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Kentucky Irish American: July 3, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915070301_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: July 3, 1915 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. QUALITY BICYCLES "Every Make" CENTURY CYCLE CO. INCORPORATED. 405 West Broadway Kentucky Irish American NO. 1. them mi Master of Them CENTURY CYCLE INCORPORATED, 403 West Broadway! VOLUME XXXV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1915. PRICE FiVE CE1 arrived September 28, 1843, and on tho following November 2 began the work of education which has since borne such wonderful fruit. Bishop Fenwick appointed Father Fitton pastor of tho Church of tho Most Holy Trinity, East Boston, In 1855, and there under the same Has No Worries For Candidates patronage as that of his first parish in the Republican lie celebrated his sacerdotal golden Contest. Jirblloe In 1877 and thero he died the death of a saint September 15, a minor engagement, and 'Neuve Chapelle" a fiasco, in that the gain made was not In proportion to the opportunity or the loss of life. "Never mind," say tho English complacently, "John Bull may be Blow, but he Is sure. We took ten Boasts Arc Bigger Tlinn the years to beat Napoleon. Wo will take as long, If need be, to crush Army According to Paris Germany!" Correspondent. "What!" exclaim tho French. "Do you think we are going to wait ten years, with all our manhood on the battlefield, all our nation smitten by Miles of war, while you get ready to fight the Hold Only Thirty-On- e Germans?" Front Out of Lino of ENGLAND'S SUCCESSFUL Annual Convention of Catholic Educational Association at St. Paul. ! COMING EVENTS. July picnic-on 5 Fourth of July orphans' orphanage grounds, Payne FATHER FITTON Name and Fame Illumines Pages of New England Catholic PRIMARY and Cavewood. July 13 Moonlight excursion by Hibernian Social Club on steamer Corona. Largo Attendance of Delegate! and Many Important Matters Discussed. Holy Father Sends Ills Blessing to All AVho Work For Over GOO. ONE OLORIOUS DAY. Unless all signs fall the Fourth of July festival and celebration for the benefit of the St. Vincent and St. set for Thomas Orphan Asylums, next Monday on the well shaded and extensive grounds adjoining St. Vincent's, at Payne and Cavewood avenue, promises to bo a big success. The final meeting to perfect plans, held last Monday night and attended by large delegations of influential and enthusiastic members of nearly every city parish, disclosed the fact that all the committees are working lalhfully and diligently to the end that the various departments entrusted to their charge may be exceedingly attractive and each and every one yield an abundant harvest. Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue and numbers of the clergy were present and gave commendation to the work of tho Catholic Orphan Society and Its officers, who have succeeded in making many needed Improvements at both orphan homes. Good music through the day, athletic sports and amusements without number, that Include dancing on the green, are among the features of the programme. Everybody Is Invited to come to this picnic for the orphans, st wlilnli thoro will ho nn PYPollent and supper and refreshments oi all kinds. The committee in charge Is composed of gentlemen who havo on former occasions amply demonstrated their ability to make affairs of this kind great successes. They report that they have left nothing undone to outdo and surpass their former record, so everybody may feel certain of a grand time. It is expected the number at least will British Officers Are in Command Bccuuso of Family Connections. JOHN BULL NEWSPAPER FIGHTER Education. ARCHBISHOP IRELAND PREACHED July 22 Grand picnic for St. Leo's church, Highland Park. Monday, June 28 Summer festival on St. James' school gounds, Bardstown road and Edenslde. 9 July Annual lawn fete and festival for Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Ho3pltal, on hospital grounds. July 29 Moo'rjllght excursion of Emerald Hibernian Social Club on Homer Smith. d August 5 Lawn fete on Hall grounds, Sixth street, near Oak, afternoon and evening. August 11 Picnic of St. Aloyslus church at Pewee Valley. 28-24-- History. Growth of the Church in Strong hold of Bigotry and Intolerance. 1881. . Monday announced tho death of Police Commissioner John B. Murphy at his home a pall of gloom Stato Machainc Looking For Son Spot to Drop When tolling bells at midday on GOOD MAN GONE. Mc-Chcsn- Ber-tran- CARcliNAL i ' 'v. Paul Scott Mowrer, the Paris correspondent of the Chicago Dally News, exposes the British claims In regard to their part In the war and in the following article riddles their to Bavlng the claims in regard French, etc. He says: I sincerely believe that If neither the Belgian nor the British armies had taken the field the results would have been about the same. It is possible that at tho very be- rlnnlnir ivlilln TtVnnrn WflR still half paralylzed with surprise, the Belgian. defense or Liege anu me conuuti 01 the British at Mons did really seriously retard the Germans' march. But I doubt It. Since then, in any case, the part played by the Belgians and British, while certainly brave, Has been of ever dwindling Importance. On a front nearly six miles lone the Belgians today miles, occupy seventeen and and one the British thirty-on- e miles. The French not only hold all the rest, but they have more than once been obliged to support both their allies with troops and artillery. As there Is no lack of reserves In the French depots, it would at any time be quite possible for tho French to take over the en- 15,000. reason tire front. And there Is no by a. tho to suppose that points hold weaker than points held French are The w by the British and Belgians; quite the contrary. The story of how the Walter, British fought the whole German daughteij army at Mons went all around the Victor I world. But In truth the British did of the nothing of the sort. I have been at was sol some pains to study that opening St. Mai. campaign, The Rattle which the Eng Louis cfaJetowd. Mobs -yaft J -aoay as Rev. Roman battle stretching from Muelhausen In assisted by Rev. Alphonse Kramer as Gasser Alsace to Mons in tjeigium. mo num- deacon and were The attendants ber of French engaged must havo one million. The British Frank E. Walter, brother of the approached of had considerably less than one hun- bride; Louis N. Ecker, brother dred thousand. The Allies were the groom; Matt Seller, J. Edward Robert fairly beaten. And the resistance Qnnu, John J. Rltman and thronged offered by the British was no finer Muhs. Tho church was with than that of certain French corps. organ relatives and friends when the tho wedding There were French troops still fight- march, pealed forth mass an aug for tho Sambro, outflanked and iuu ing on the exhausted, after tho British had be- - mented male choir was in attendance. "- guuru muu me unuu, uuicmib uun to retreat, me rear of the British at Landrecles and Le wore a "beautiful the skirt of walking momiv similar r.fo nf.no the French at to the tulle robe,She wore an Imported Guise, length. ctnnrt n and Venetian lace picture hat, ana carwith a ried a pearl prayer-boo- k dozen other places. half a of white k or the retreat of the dnrni shower Speaking valley. Follow German Gen. Von Kluck from Paris roses and lilies of tho breakfast was the writer laughs at the claims of ing the ceremony Immediate fam tho British that they had saved ;nrvn.i fnr tho twoof the bride. At Paris, and in tho following tells of ilies at the homo noon Mr. and Mrs. Ecken left tor an the number of troops engaged: upon number of Germans engaged extended bridal tour and home their The with 1,600,000; of French, return will make their was about British loss than the bride's mother, Mrs. Mary 1,200,000, and of 60,000. At that time there were Walter, 514 South Clay street. many French people who really ORDAINS SIX PRIESTS. believed that the British had "saved Paris." Partly because of of Eight hundred people In the body because the censor, partly which the of the church and sixty priests In into muddle tho the the sanctuary witnessed the ordinathrown had mobilization press, and partly because of tion of six priests of the CongregaFrench the extraordinary partisan activities tion of the Holy Cross on Friday, of the of the correspondents with whom the Tntio 2K. in the Church Uni British press flooded Franco, the Sacred Heart at iNotre Dame josepn Herman facts wero not known. Tho Parisian versity, Right "Rev. of Fort Wayne, papers, having no news of their own, Alerdlng, Bishop The Innocently reprinted the bombastic officiating at the ceremony. dispatches of their London con- young clerics had all been students temporaries. The commonest BrltlBh at Notre Dame, where they received Tommy was cheered In the streets. tho degree of A. tB., and later made university ihnir There was nothing too good for him courses theoloeleal and University at the Catholic In the eyes of his French hosts. I desaw a good deal of tho British in at Washington, there taking tne ornewly S. T. those days. Tommy Atkins naively gree ofpriests B.areThe Thomas Rev. accepted this homage as his due. His dained William commonest remark was, "I wish tho Leahy, Michigan City; dtev. Milwaukee; Jtev. Peter French would buck up a bit." A visit Carey, Wexford, Ireland; Rev. John apprised me to England in September Rev. William Dover8, Scranton; that this feeling was also the prev- Mlnnlck, New York City, and (Rev. alent one there. It was felt that if Angus 'McDonald, Dotrolt. Shortly the French had only done as well as after tho ceremony they all ileft to the British the Germans would al- say their first holy mass among ready have been' beaten. relatives. There are two particulars In which friends and consistently tho British have been ST. PATRIOICa weak. Tho first Is their officers. An officer Is the brains, vitality and the The following ladies will be will power of his men. The average hostesses at the euchre and lotto to British officer holds his rank not be given in St. school hall, through special fitness, but through Thirteenth and Patrick's on Tuesday, 'Market, family connections. Meantime Eng- July 6, at 8 p. ra.: Mesdaanes M. land's allies are getting Just a little Mayer, VT. J. Keane, Walter 'Miller, bit Impatient. It Is comprehensible. Charles T. Boyle, Walter Morrln At sea England has been invaluable. and Michael Fleming. At the same Belgium and time and place as above stated tho On land England, Bervla are on about tho same footing. fine china cabinet held over from But Belgium and Servla are small the picnic of June 22 will be nations, both of them utterly ruined awarded. All the friends of St. Patby the war. Britain la the world's rick's congregation are invited to ernotpst emnlre. on whose shores no come and are promised a pleasaSt yet set foot. A saying time. Tallies will be only fifteen Invader has has come out of Ttussla: "England Is cents. prepared to fight to the last drop of Russian blooai" it can not ue RECEIVES SAD SUMMONS. that the French feel much the same way about it. The French are The Rev. Father John H. Riley, getting- - rather tired of the boasting of Shelbyville, was last Saturday of the London press. "The greatest summoned to his boyhood home in battle in history" has been fought on Fall .River, Mass., by a telegram the tiny British front Just a few announcing the death of his father, eighty-tw- o aged times too often. They see their own Daniel Riley, lines going forward and the British years, long a resident of that city. standing still or going back. "Hill Father Riley's last Eaatgrn trip 60," about whlfMhe English newi- - was on account of tliefttos and naners talked Mtaeetned to death of hi venerable hun-Hro- rt one-ha- lf one-quart- er For tho first time In tho history of tho Catholic Educational Associa- Says That Vote Would Soil tion the annual convention was held Woman By Political In the Northwest, In tho city of St. Dust. Paul, Minn., the metropolitan see of Archbishop Ireland, who took personal charge of tho arrangements there. Catholic educators from all Once and For All His over the country were in attendance, Settles Position on Suffrage and matters of Import to Catholic education received careful discusQuestion. sion. Tho delegates arrived In St. Paul as early as June 2G, and the work was taken up of the convention Monday afternoon, with the meeting - n. BIgny-l'Appay- e, Novlon-Porole- '1 ir "" book-marFor-rest- al, 'aHMHiwsc ja Cardinal Gibbons, In tho hope of Bottling once and for all any question of his position on woman suffrage, has addressed an open letter to James R. Nugent, former City Counsel of New York and a Ooraocratlc leader in New Jersey. In the utsalgn now being waged In Jersey; New York, PennNew sylvania and !MU3achusetts, where cablegram the queston of woman suffrage will er, Bene- - be voted on In the fall, mau,y conof the trary and divergent statements have ved con- - appeared, all supposedly reflecting thanks the attitude of .Cardinal Gibbons. It ,of loy- - has not been ah., unusual sight to used in one to the see the prelate's-'namfor educators there assembled and to all city as a proponent of "votes opwho take part in the noble work or women" and. In another city as many Catholic education. His Excellency posed to the question, and Most Rev. John Bonzano, the Apos- newspapers also have quoted him manner. The of. erroneously iu this tolic Delegate, sent a message encouragement to the assembled Cardinal's letter to Mr. Nugent is delegates. Tuesday afternoon was as follows: "I still hold the same views on given over chiefly to department woman suffrage, already so often meetings. ballot would Thero was a general meeting, expressed, that the her domestic from open to the public, in the assembly drag woman politics and hall of the St. Paul Hotel on Tues- duties Into tho arena of her charm, day evening, when Right Rev. Msgr. rob her of much of of Philadelphia, goodness and true influence. She is P. R. McDevitt, n address Indeed a princess, but her gave a thought-provokin- g in domestic and tho State." The rulo should lie ways. on "Education and We all beby (Rev. J. A. gentle fields and was discussion lieve that sho has been so successDunney, of Albany, N. Y. Wednesday was one of the busiest ful in her work there that we fear and most important days of the con- any change by the carrying of her All departments and sec- government into the political field." vention. Supplementing his letter to Mr. tions held meetings and papers of vital Interest and wide scope were Nugent, Cardinal Gibbons further read by prominent educators. Para- says: "Equal rights do not imply that mount in Interest was the paper at session Wednesday by both sexes should engage promiscutho general but Rev. Edwin V. O'Hara, of Portland, ously in the same pursuits, disOre., who had for his subject "Edu- rather that each sex should are cation and the Social Question." As charge those duties which Chairman of the Industrial Welfare adapted to Its physical constitution Commission of the State of Oregon, and are sanctioned by the canons of Father O'Hara was eminently quali- society. To some among the gentler fied to discuss this question in all sex the words 'equal rights' have Its bearings and he was heard with been, it Is feared, synonymous with close attention by all present. Other 'similar rghts.' "To debar women from certain papers that drew the close interest of delegates were thoso in tho pursuits is not to degrade her. To Wednesday morning meeting of tho restrict .her flold of action to tho gentler avocations of life is not to , college department. e God-give- of the Executive Board at the Hotel the evening at 8 Bt. Paul. In o'clock there was a reception to tho members of all departments and sections in the hotel parlors, after which executive committees took tho opportunity of meeting and concluding arrangements for the contention. Right Rev. James McGolrlck, Bishop of Duluth, Minn., was celebrant of the Pontifical high mass Tuesday morning, and Most Rev. preached a ArchblshoD Ireland s sermon, foi- forceful and ho tic' regular tlon was neiu r,f thn O.nrti.- '" "'" W"W. ress by RlEht Lie (President reports and Endowed With a Sacred Influence in Her Own Proper Sphere. STILL HOLDS THE SAME VIEWS ioners and the city loses a citizen of the very highest character. Capt. Murphy was born of iJrlsh parents In years ago, coming THE SON OF A CONVERT MOTHER Toledo sixty-thre- e to Jeffersonvllle a young man and JOHN working up to the position of General Yardmaster for tho Pennsylvania railroad. Capt. 'Murphy was By James A. iRooney, LL. D. With the withdrawal of Or. Ben, active 1n the councils of the Demosome surprise cratic party and held political office Bruner from the contest for tho Ht is a matter of that those of our separated brethren several times, serving through Republican nomination for Governoj reviling three terms, from 1890 to 1900, as and tho fact that there will he bu who waste their time In the church and denying her doc- member of the City Council from the one or two contests for minor of trines can not see some significance Fourth ward. In 1901 he was ap- fices on the State ticket, attention la In her wonderful growth, par- pointed a member of the Board of now turned to the attitude of tho J ticularly in old settled sections of Metropolitan Police Commissioners Progressive party, which throughJ the country where bigotry was al- by Gov. Durbin. He was repeatedly Its chief mouthpiece, the Louisville most a creed and hostility to the reappointed, twice by Gov. Hanly, Herald, is trying to give an imita-- j church a duty. Take for Instance once by Gov. aiarshall and later by tlon of a real political party-- ir the city of Worcester, 'Mass. Us Mayor James E. Burke and Mayor- campaign time, but which is a poorj town records say that in 1825 Ernest .Rauth, when the appointing Imitation to say the least. To beglr there was not a Catholic among Its power towas transferred from the with, there are not enough support the municipal chief execu- ers of tho Bull Moose party left In inhabitants and that the first Cath- Btate of the the State to even attract attention, olics, who wero Irish emigrants tive. He was President attracted to the place by the pros- board at the time of his death. Hisn, the Bull Moose party in its entirety being confined to Louisville, and pects of work on the construction of life, lived as a truo Catholic gentlo-maever faithful to the teachings' this strength dominated by Wood canal, arrived In the iBlackstone of his holy religion, is worthy of Axton, with Fred Drexler and 1826. What Is the condition of things emulation by all who had the good Burton Vance as his aides. It Is Catholic there today and what sig- fortune to be numbered among his rumored that the "also ran" candinificance has the contrast? There numerous friends. In parish work date for Mayor Is not vitally inter are probably not less than 50,000 ho always took an active interest ested in the principles or future of Catholics In the city of Worcester, and his kindly advice and counsel the Roosevelt party, but is waltlnj tor seventeen churches are required were sought and followed in all mat- with his snlckersee to oven up to accommodate them, and this ters connected with tho upbuilding scores with the Republican leadj Besides who failed to support his cause. week they will celebrate the eighty-fir- st of tho church and school. anniversary of the foundation his wife the following children sur- 1913, and Is now ready to dont of their first church, then called vive: Mrs. Frances Louise Kopp, mantle of the late 'Booker (Reed, Christ church, now St. John's, and wife of George C. Koop; John B.y, was known as "Old Revenge local politics because of set the man who laid the cornerstone Murphy, Jr.; Mrs. "Genevieve wife of John R. Glllooley; given his (Mayoralty aspVratl was none other than the famous Mrs. Mary Clem, wife of Joseph The Republican leaders both New England missionary. Father James and out in the State predict tB James Fitton, who performed the Clem, all of Jeffersonvllle; P. Murphy of Lojlsvllle. Tho fu- Morrow and his ticket will swd ceremony July 7, 1834. It was not only the first church neral was held Wednesday morning tho State and are not worrying church, when the prospects of the Progress In Worcester but It was also the from St. Augustine's The situation In the first church within tho limits of solemn requiem mass was celebrated tho present diocese of Springfield, by Rev. Father Michael Halpln. .ranks remains unchanged whMu lUz'icl only established In Delegations from the Ancient Order still flying thick and fast tbi 1870 now boastc of a Catholic of Hibernians, Catholic Knights of Bosworth or McChesney vl to America and Knights of Columhus, draw from the Gubernatou population of 330,000 by over 300 priests liBhfcver 200 of which he was an test,'nelther of whom seenl missionary x iciti 'iuat uxccnueu had spent a long and useful life. His Word Being Passed to Save Ithcs death, though not unexpected, reFrom Boston to New and Terrell at Any moves from St. Augustine's church York. one of its most exemplary parishCost. O'BRIEN'-HtVKMIDIOjTE overspread Jeffersonvllle, where he S - GI11-oole- churches actiyjjajr, In the languago and literature, section tho general topic Wednesday morning was the writing of English. Two papers of more than usual Interest were read at the meeting of the local and visiting teachers and representatives of reThey wore ligious communities. "Tho Present Condition of Catholic Secondary Education in the United States," by Very Rev. James A. Burns, C. S. C, President of Holy Washington, D. C, Cross College, and "A Taste for Reading, Jts Cultiin Character vation and Function Development," by Rev. James J. Daly, S. J, Great interest centered in the public mass meeting on Wednesday evening in the big St. Paul Auditorium. The hall was crowded to its capacity, and the addresses were given marked attention. ' ! ue-nl- ed Thursday witnessed the close of the convention and the departure of delegates for their homes. The different departments met mainly to elect officers and adopt resolutions, though there were some papers read, notahly In the parish school department, the seminary department and at the teachers' meeting. iRev. F. V. Corcoran, C. M., of Kenrick Seminary, St. Louis, Tead a paper of special value at the Thursday morning meeting of the semBrother John inary department. Waldron and Rev. E: F. Garesche, S. J., were the speakers 'at the concluding meeting of the local and visiting teachers. In point of attendance and the value and weight of matters discussed, the twelfth annual convention was one of .the most Important ever held. The delegates were most cordially received and entertained by the priests of the Twin Cities and left with a most favorable Impression of the big and thriving Northwestern cities. tetter her aspirations after the higher and the better. (It is, on the contrary, to secure to her not equal rights but those superem-Inerights which can not fail to endow her with a sacred Influence In her own proper sphere; for, as soon as woman trenches on the domain of man she must not be surprised to find that the reverence once accorded her has in part, or wholly, withdrawn and that she Is destined to besoIled by the dust of the political arena. "The insistence on a right of participation in active political life Is undoubtedly calculated to rob woman of all that is amiable and gentle, tender and attractive; to rob her of her innate grace of character and give her nothing in return but masculine coldness and effrontery, fts advocates are habitually preaching about woman's rights and prerogatives and have not a word to say about her duties and responsibilities." nt MACKIN COUNCIL. The meeting of Mackln Council this week was well attended and the business quickly transacted. Announcement was made that the advisory Committee had agreed upon plans for the Improvement of the club house, the work to be started this week. Following the two successful moonlights the members are now turning their attention to the outing, and picnic to be held at Fern Grove on July 20, which will he in the nature of a reunion for the members and friends of the council. Members are now enjoying the tennis courts adjoining the club house, and already there have been Tuesday several hot contests. night's excursion attracted a large party and won praise for the com mittee. name and and JJWvuIgTouTWiBMpRiy tlon, but the lormer, It nor fame Illumines the pages of New Goes out in the loss of onTHJJnd'a would 'bo the strongest In Nol history, visited most faithful and devout servants. ft can not be denied that England Catholic take a strong candidate to Worcester early in 1834, while pasST. LOUIS BERTUAND'S. Morrow in Nevember, and fa tor of Holy Trinity, Hartford, and cause of hard times, Demi after saying mass occasionally for a Arrangements for the lawn fete prohibition agitators, etc., the time In private houses, purchased the plot on which now stands St. to be held August 4 and 5 on tho date to win needing to have a John's church. It was with no grounds of St. Louis Bertrand's party for support. While the McDermott, little difficulty that he secured the school, were completed this week, property, for he. had to buy it the various booths being assigned to and Bosworth supporters each! through the friendly offices of three different societies and church or- - their man to be the stronge Protestant gentlemen not of the ganizatlons. As usual, the Holy November, a consensus of their Puritan stripe. They were Francis Name Society furnishes the General ions will disclose the fact th being ap-- 1 agree that the nomination o P. .Blake and Harvey Pierce, who, Committee, the others perhaps for their kindly act, word pointed by President William P.' Chesncy would bo a calamity, later granted the gift of tho faith, McDonogh. The country store will defeat being assured In adv and William Lincoln, whose brother bo in charge of the ladies, as will while ho would drag other and md was afterward Governor of the the refreshment stands, ice cream worthy candidates down to defeat! State. Three years later the little booths, grab bag and fish pond, but November. It has been rumor church was finished and occupied Rev. E. F. Lyons, O. P., the Spiritual that while Beckham was slncero and Father Fitton soon became the Director of the Holy Name Society, the bringing out of McChesney aal resident pastor and remained in Is quite confident that when the re- candidate. Haly was only staging charge until 1483. Today In the six turns are counted up his organiza- huge bluff to frighten off Stanley! New England States seven Cathedral tion will 'be found leading the and that he expected to withdraw spires pierce the clouds and seven Sodality, Altar Society and Third. him before July 1, but McChesney tho latter and filed mltered prelates, including a Car- Order of St. Dominic. sway where his nominating papers without condinal, hold spiritual NEW ALBANY. suiting the leader of the State this humble priest once wandered machine. saying mass and preaching to the Last Sunday afternoon after the Another prediction being freeli wherever he scattered Catholics vesper services nineteen young girls made is that Haly, seeing the pos-could find them. Father Fitton was born in Boston, were received Into the Sodality of Bible defeat of Rhea for Auditor the son of a convert mother, April the Blessed Virgin Mary at Holy and Terrell for Treasurer, willl 10, 1805, and ho was baptized the Trinity church, New Albany. The sacrifice nil to save these two and same day by Dr. Francis Matignon. now members were presented by the control of the Board Of Valuation will be He and William Tyler, afterward a President of the sodality, Miss Anna meaning that 'McChesney convert and still later Hartford's Madden, and were received with left with the support of tho pruhlbl- first Bishop, were classfellows In a Impressive ceremonies by tho pastor, tlonlsts while the machine vote will school in Cleremont. N. H., taught the Very Rev. Charles P. Curran, bo thrown to McDermott or Bos- -j J oy another noted New England con who was assisted by tho Stev. Albert woth to insure the defeat of Stanley, Ho G. Wicke, assistant pastor of Holy Haly realizing that oven the nomln vert, Virgil Horace Barber. (earned his theology from the Hps Trinity and chaplain of the sodality. atlon of the latter would mean tl into the sodality end of his reign as dictator. Otl of Bishop Fenwick, of (Boston, and Those received offices he and Father Wiley shared the were Margaret O'JIara, Agnes Tighe, candidates for State honor of being tho first priests or Helen English, Edith Schaaf, Irma claiming the machine support, ?l Margaret Qulnkert, those claimants outside of the; dalned ly iBlshop Fenwick In 'Bos McLaughlin, Viola Hurley, labove mentioned lata being Freda Thornton, ton. December 23. 1827. Mary Howe, bricked, and a line on this cat He then' began a missionary Catherine Carrick, career that lasted for a quarter of Amanda Howe, Antoinette Parker, obtained by keeping tab on III a century, having for his field of Lillian Atz, Mary Houghton, Anna local campaign manager, who Bocard, Agnes a State appointment, the latte labor, as he says In his "Sketches," Wooten, Frances Burke, the district lying between Boston garet (Margaret Skelley and Mar- Betting In the works for iRhc Connell. Terrell, covering tho district occasional and New York, with oughly in tho Seelbac'h Hotel lo visits to New Hampshire, Vermont BLESSING OF STATIONS. Lieut. Gov. 'McDermott has He traveled and Rhode Island. making an active speaking can through the New England States as Last Sunday evening the beautiful the past two weeks with gr&tL often on foot as in the vehicles of the day, carrying a valise In wht,ch. chapel of the Sisters of Mercy at the results, being given a sple&dfd were his vestments and tho sacred Sacred Heart Homo on College ception at an points, and tm vessels and other necessaries for the street was the scene of a very inter- Instance the business men and servatlve leaders have become act celebration of mass and the ad- esting and Impressive ceremony ministration of the sacraments. To the blessing of the Stations of the ive supporters in his behalf. Alvin Steger, candidate for Cleric him is due the credit of having Cross. The chapel was thronged celebrated the first mass in many with friends of the Sisters at 7 ef the Court of Appeals, is still when the Rev. Father making an aotlvo canvass despite the of tho towns and villages of New o'clock, England, Including among others Wilkens, O. F. M., performed the fact that all agree that his success Btonlngton, Waterbury, Norwich, ceremony, after which he preached a Is assured, the same applying to" Bridgeport, Norfolk, Mlddletown, sermon that appealed to his hearers O. B. Likens for Secretary of State. Westerly, Plttsford, and made a lasting impression, tho Prof. V. O. Gilbert Is also enlisting Nprthfleld, services concluding with "benedic- many leaders In his behalf for Super Chlcopeo and Springtield. pleasing He succeeded Father Bernard tion. A programme feature was the intendent of Public Instruction. rendered under In tho loqal races Judge Jam O'Cavanagh In the pastorate of musical Quarles for as Char church, Holy the direction of 'Mrs. Fred Harig. first Hartford's cellor and Judge Jumes P. GregoryJ Trinity, October 27, 1831, and reVINCENNES. as Judge of the Cri, for mained there, at the same time minInal Court are making active caj istering to the Catholics of that Mrs. J. J. Murphy, whose death vasses. rare a part of Connecticut until April 18, 1836, when he assumed the pastor- occurred recently at Vincennes, Ind the Democratic nomination to ate of Worcester, Mass. There In was the first lady to be admitted to ceed the late Squire P. T. Su'J his little seminary of Mount St. practice law in Knox county. Mrs. In sight. Squire A. W. Doll James lie laid the foundation of Murphy, who was the daughter of Governor s appointee, ia a cq what Is now the largest Jesuit col- P. R. McCarthy, of the Vincennes P. J. Welsh, of the Counti lege in the world, Holy Cross, This Galvanized Iron Works, was a grad- office, Is a candidate, as was In 1840. and two years later he uate of St. Mary's of the Woods and O'Brien shied his hfrt In th deeded the property comprising a lady whose many accomplishment Thursday. This week a All her life she sixty acres to Bishop Fenwick, who attracted notice. In 1843 Invited the Jesuits Vo take had been a member of the old Cathe- club for the Sixth charge vlth Father Thomss T. dral parish, where she is sadly was organised byi Deputy Clerk of tt Mullady and his small staff. They missed. & tev&lhlc Father Fitton, whose ) I I double-crosse- d - " j three-corner- ed 0 tfqpfc! IRISHES 'Jk3MUE-tiOLCA2- ' erected through the aid ot the Catholic Church Extension Society in the brief decade of years of its existence, still there are onany places anxiously awaiting the great boon of PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. a little church. Any donations sent of the IHed Is ta Social tatf Mwal tuccimbhi el Iriek Aarerkaa aa4 Cwhellr.s Marydale, is In the offices Society, Catholic Church Miss Mary Joyce, of McCormlck Extension by Ancient Order of Hlberalant, Yoang Msb'b Oftelally Indonxd now in Michigan. building, Chicago, will be gladly and CatboKc Knights of America. Institute forwarded for the erection of other Miss Mary Beirne was last week ICKY IRISH AMERICAN PHINTINQ CO., Incorporated, PuHlahare the guest of Mrs. P. Kelley at Park- needed churches. SINQLB COPY gc view. DR. DOUGHERTY. JBSCKIPTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PBR YEAR HTuGKY IRISH AMERICAN. S0G1ETY. I CASINO AND ORPHEUM Men's THEATERS 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. T Eoftti Udre all CwauiUsMeas UatoylHe PtIHc M 8moh-C- U to tba KINTUCKy IMSM AMEWCAN, vrf fUtttr. JB-2- 1 West One St. partment, vacation. i D. J. Mines, of the local fire Is de- enjoying a ten days iTTRAMMcOUHcTLk LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1915. ANNIVERSARY. With this flrish Issue the Kentucky American begins Its eighteenth year. Thanks are tendered our iders and friends for their gen- rons support, which the editors and publishers hope will always con tinue. PATRIOTIC. Tho movement started In Fhlladel I not a free country, then what are we to defond? We haven't ' even a promise of freedom, then why go fight the Germans, who have done nothing to us and who from all accounts want nothing from us? It is Letters from Irish business men in are so busy trying (without result) tc get men and boys to enlist, while in three or four stations In this country they have over 10,000 trained men. I can not understand why they don't send them to the front." YOUR CHILD. Mace Goss and wife have returned elected President for another year. tram an enjoyable sojourn at West Baden Springs. JOSEPH BOSLER. Mahoney had as her Mrs. Ruth Thursday afternoon the attending guest her daughter, Mrs. Joseph physicians expressed hope for the Pottinger, of New Haven. recovery of Joseph iBosler, the son of NIc Bosler, of Miss Eleanor Newman left Sunday the Tyler Hotel. Young IBosler was for Frankfort, to visit her grand- Injured while playing ball at Fern mother, Mrs. Mary Newman. Grove, 'but it was not until several days afterward that his condition Miss Helen O'Rourke, Parkview, became serious. has been entertaining Miss Margaret Hendricks, of Bowling Green. CATHOLIC ICNIGHTS. fifteen-year-old sion held its annual meeting In Frankfort on Tuesday. Dr. William B. Doherty, of iLoulsvllle, was re- The Kentucky Library Commis- STRAW HATS now at ON YOUR VACATION TRIP atrip to California, J llKr y Whether on a day's outing, on or elsewhere ft liilliwiii 911 1 I'BBBBBBBsT YOU WILL NEED A CAMERA Let us tell you more about it. answered Inquiries cheerfully CAMERAS FROM S2.00 UPWARDS. Prices $2 $3 $4 $5 321 WEST ST, ' sssiP pSE Konroiuii V JEFFERSON liavlng for its object the singing of the rational anthem. 'Tho Star Spangled Banner," throug'hujt tho entire nation at noon on July 4, should meet with hearty accord. Let arganlzatlons and people everywhere enter into the spirit of this noonday Fourth of July movement. Boost up the project. Whether at home or abroad, lift up your voices In unison with all true Americans In saluting Glory" by singing "The Star l Spangled Banner." Old Laurence Scheldell and bride, who Next Friday night the Central was Miss Carrie Weixler, have re- Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will meet in monthly turned from their wedding trip. session at St. John's Hall. Besides Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nadorf were the routine business action, will be recent visitors at West Point, tho taken relating to the coming Stato guests of C. F. Ferreo and family. convention. Charles 'Hill will leport the arrangeemnts made for the anof (New nual excursion to Jasper, And., Miss Marie IMcConnell, Albany, Is home from a visit to rela- which has been set for the Sunday tives at Bloomfleld and Indianapolis. preceding Labor day. Mrs. F. O. Harprlng and children, of Deer "Park, have gone to Bayvlew, Mich, where they will remain for the ST. ANN'S CHURCH. City Building Inspector O'Sulll-va- n on Tuesday Issued a permit for summer. the erection of a frame addition to Miss Jessie Bannon has been en- St. Ann's church, lfill South Sevtertaining her cousin, Miss Elizabeth enth street. It will cost about Campbell, at her home on the Bards-tow- n $2,000 and work on it will be Straws Straws Straws Panamas .. $1.45 $1 75 9 SpSjF 3BSHff l'RIMARY ELECTION AUGUST 7, 1015. $2.45 .$3.85 JAMES P. GREGORY Is a Candidate For Re-electi- an LEVY'S Third and Market KNIGHTS OP (10LHBII&. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court frlglglHgSrjgig flBK 9BWyiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBvJgBBBBBBBBBBBl The school year Is finished and vacation is upon us. Children, freed from scholastic restraints, are seek-ln- g means of amusement and recreation. Parental supervision Is more recessary at this season than at any other time of the year. Many a promising career has beer? spoiled by one .vacation. Let the children play, but Bee that their play and their companionship is clean and wholesome. f'gtBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsW !jgggggg)jgggBn CRIMINAL DIVISION Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. HHWHWCe)JJM EARNEST IRISH PATRIOT. NOTHING RUT TWADDLE. Seattle Council has 1,000 memJeremiah O'Donovan Rossa, noted bers. BOTH PHONES 810. as an Irish patriot and writer, passed With each additional country The Seattle club house cost rest Tuesday evening" added to the conflict talk of peace to his eternal $110,000. in St. Vincent's Hospital, Staten breaks out. Peace societies announce this month The membership passed the 378,000 mark. Island, where he had been 111 for tho a decision to meet with the samo past year. Born In County Cork, calmness that a European country A large class received the three degrees at Elllnwood, Kas. Ireland, in 1831,. and while still a decides to enter the war. Matters VACATION IN ROCKIES. a prominent have now come to the point where sfarf aaVT Jl. Tifli Afc boy Rossa became About 600 Knights participated u aaja.s. Mf lUTTarfrit ?saTiTtsTi ati J itnti its iti iti af William F. Koster, tho popular In conferring the three degrees at t, The Rev. Father William J. iguro in the Young Ireland move- - either aide Is sure of rejecting what letter carried, is on his annual vacaOshkosh, Wis. chaplain of unt, and to his country'8 cause he the other side proposes and tho tion and will spend two weeks on ters at Loretto, the Lorrettlne SisSeventy-fiv- e arrived in Denver were candidates being associated ' rejection of peace offers by any a fishing trip to Knox Creek. foted his life, last week, en route to Rocky given the three degrees last week at ' ll. uuuil iixikiiai, it.nn(Hattlfl. Tl intjidnl biv.tvww. tt nation seems to rest entirely upon Judge James W. iFortune and Mrs. Mountain National Park, where he Fort Wayno, Ind, v. U present Mayor Mitchel, of New which side proposes to talk peace. Fortune, of Jeffersonvllle, departed will spend the summer. Father Master SJnrSrd MHniitiiteOuiying x 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, example of the last week for San iFranclsco, to Howlett Is the author of three val- 300 cciuidates rk City. Rossa spent the last halt The strongest uable historical works, the latest Ihls life in the United States, belligerent attitude of a nation was spend a month on the Pacific coast. being the "Life of Rev. Charley g"e at Omaha The KnlgbJ tonty years of which were passed revealed at The Hague conference, , entertained her Nerlnckx." Mrs. H. Bach will give a ft from when the women of the foremost euchre club at her new home. 4804 der an edict of banishment band, whlclj CATHOLTO FEDERATION. Britain and any of her pos- - nations interested, namely France, Grand boulevard, and at the close of them to Sen X 1TX DPHOKTJG5S. and England, the games a delightful luncheon Though granted full par- - Germany, Belgium The KnJ The. .regular anonthly meeting of was served. aro prepoi FQueen Victoria for his rovo- - displayed as much fighting spirit as Homo City 200S Z Louisville Catholic Federation the sllveJ Miss Margaret H'oS.'snd toaster will be held next Thursday night at Dllly, pa actlvltles In "freeing the men of their respective nations. - - - -i - - -ii' r M"1h a quarter of a century The women ought to reflect the Thomas CllnP9 will leave soon to tho Knights of Columbus hall on there. spend thjyriummer vislttng relatives Fourth street. The programme for rtr "" people at nome, and in le Fenian uprising, he rc- - Til TheJ In nia Toledo convention jij lnJi.ri nliitfiiMJ mroTifi.o xt v tl, Buffalo, Syracuse and tho received, national action maywill ceiveiru covei 4 ftcu lUVTTIrH-- ' be and be ttviu luu iwtw i Ullk.U .1. Knights in the form of sixteen bound repretaken regarding iLoulsvllle's HOME PHONE 88 to British rule. Some years walaMMPffiT either side Is ex CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y volumes of tho Catholic EncycloPeace talk at present Frank Martin, who Is studying for sentation. 3 returned to Ireland and held hausted. pedia, for which the Trustees are the in Cork, but his love for freo- - seems nothing more than twaddle. on priesthood at Baltimore, Is home most thankful. J TOOK WinTE VEIL. a vacation and visit to his parknd the United States made his ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Martin, of KNOWS BRYAN. RECENT DEATHS. Among tho eighteen novitiates or If short duration. While there East Chestnut street. the Sisterhood of St. Francis who not always agree those who did Rev. Father Maher, who edits the Tuesday morning the funeral ol Mr. and Mrs. John T. Malone have took tho white veil Wednesday at Ihlm, nono ever doubted his Catholic Advance, hands out this nnnntmnod tlio onfrnirnmont tt tTialt St. Elizabeth Hospital at Lafayette, Thomas McGaff, aged Hty and love for his native land, pertinent question and answer: Ind., the mother house of the order took place from the Church of the daughter, Miss Mary Malone, to ' win J. Sacrament. Ho was a well Iidopted country. O'Brien, Jr. Tho wedding In the United States, was Miss Agnes Blessed bricklayer What is a pacificist? Well, ho and had ibeen a Birr, of New Albany. The Right known win lane piace in tne ran. an individual that wants this country Rev. iBIshop Alerdlng, of Fort resident here for several years. His MISINFORMED. sudden tfeath Sunday evening at his tc throw down its fences, sell its Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Klefer, Sr., and Wayne, presided at the ceremony. home, 1057 Washington street, was Idglng from some of the Euro- - ships, stop making powder, melt its Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Klefer, Jr., of a shock to his family, and friends. LOTTO PARTY. Indianapolis; Mrs. Al J Geiger and 5 papers that we nave been cannons into plowshares and automo- daughter, of Cincinnati, and Mrs. His wife and ten children survive. lading lately the idea seems to be biles, and let the world about come Horace Jessup, of Bellevue, canio, to A lotto party to which all are St. Columba's church lost another William attend the Walter-EckDRINK revalent, especially In continental Ir and take all wo have. Invited will be held at the home of nuptials. Joseph Dlscher, on the Taylorsville of Its old and respected members juntrles, that people of tho United Jennings Bryan wants to be the Gen. 2"rlwCF'S'T ? 3V 7? 49 when Tavid aiattlngly succumbed to Edward and Phyllis Slnkhorn, road, on Wednesday, July 7, after- Brlght's disease at his home, States are divided on racial lines Miles of tho pacificists, and Bryan, it 3417 1046 East St. Catherine, are rejoic- noon and evening, the proceeds to is no spirit of unity must be remembered, was a square ing over the arrival of a fine baby be for the benefit of St. Francis of West Walnut street. For years he and that there or patriotism among Americans. We peg In a round hole. boy, who was christened Edward Assist church. In addition to the followed the carpenter "business and was widely Charles when friends and relatives games there will be an excellent by his wife, known. He Is survived are also supposed to bo a nation of Mrs. Martha Mattlngly; lunch and refreshments. Take It will be a great day for fun and gathered to congratulate the proud timid souls and money grabbers four sons and two daughters. cars leaving Interurban Funeral frolic Monday at the orphan picnic. parents. services were held Tuesday with no desire to fight, however ttatlon at 2:20 and 7:20 p. m. afternoon, Rev. (Father Kalaher offiigreat the provocation. Our conduct Go with the Catholic Orphan SoAnnounceemnt is made of the ciating. Good! Gee WITH FIELD MASS. Mexico is cited as proof of ciety and have a delightful time. engagement of Miss Mary A. King, toward There will be so many things to the amiable and popular stenograSunday morning iMrs. Victoria this. While it is quite true that as (Lexyou that you will not feel pher in the County Surveyor's office, The Knights of Columbus Bchmltt, 1103 Rammers avenue, AT FOUNTAINS AND CAFES 'a nation Americans aro not looking divert passing whllo assisting tho and Fred J. Enders, a well known ington and Frankfort have of leased succumbed to a long illness, borne time the for trouble, but are even anxiously greatest charity traveling man and resident of tho the Capital Fair Grounds for a with patience and fortitude. Beknown. West End. Their marriage will summer outing camp and will In sides her husband, Benedict Schmltt, Fifth Jrying to avoid It, we have no augurate the season tomorrow with four sons, take place in the fall. THE $1.00 BOX DELUXE saying that if the na hesitancy In While Louisville Catholics would a field mass conducted by the Rev. and Henry Frank, Toney, Joseph Schanltt, and three tional honor were Insulted and bo loath to lose the Rev. Father Mrs. Thomas Howard Jr., State Father Wiersma, of Lexington. The daughters, (our Saturday Specialj is satisfactory redress were refused, George W. Schuhmann, D. D., tho Treasurer of the Ladles (Auxiliary, fair grounds are located on tho Mrs. Teresa Mrs. Mary Schwartz, Stengel and Mrs. Anna tbe most remarkable Flower all the pacifying propaganda in the eloquent pastor of St. John's, thero A. O. H., and son Thomas III., of Kentucky river along the Lawrence-bur- g ureunlng, and twenty-tw- o grand Ashland, pike, a mile above (Frankfort, children survlvo her. The funerai value obtainable. World would not keep America out is not one who would not rejoice to and Mrs. and Mrs. M. J. Finnegan John Charlton, of Coving- and boating, fishing and n fight. The former Secretary of see him named as the successor of ton, have returned after a pleasant sports will bo chief pastimes. athletic was held Tuesday morning from Other BOXES DE LUXE Holy Trinity church, of which she hobbies and Europe the late lamented Bishop Maes. at $2.0Q and $3.00. jte has his visit with Mrs. 'Mamie Eady and Mrs. was long a member. Coajioas with rvery par. Peter Campbell. Whllo here there have its opinions, but facts are BOWLING GREEN. chase. were several social gatherings In Mrs. Margaret Kimbel, a devout insists the Catholic Advance. MILITARY REUNION. their honor. Patrick McNaonara, aged seventy-tou- r member of St. Philip Nerl congregaPlace Your Orders Friday for bever wants to find out of what and a respected citizen of tion, passed away Sunday afternoon Delivery Saturday. Company A, Uniform Rank, CathMr. and Mrs. Charles Ebrenz an- Bowling Green, died at his homo at her home, lie Sam Is capable has only to 115 West Barbee tl on the tail of his coat without olic Knights of America, has secured nounce the engagement of their there Tuesday night of acute in- street, following an illness of four Springbank Park for tho annual daughter, Miss Florence Ebrenz, to digestion. He was born in County weeks. She Is survived by three ig: "Excuse me." reunion and outing of its members Walter Johnson. The wedding will Clare, (Ireland, and came to the sons, William S., John IL. and Joand Mausoleums. Sine 1673 and friends, which will take place take place July 14 at tho rectory of United States in 1855 and to seph J. Kimbel, and four daughters, Markers IRELAND AND GERMANY. on Sunday, July 11. 'Those hereto- Holy Name church. The ceremony Bowling Green in 1861. Ho leaves Mrs. Christian Lauffer, Mrs. CathTHE FLOWERS SHOP AT Send for our illustrated designs Rev. fore given have been most enjoyable, will be performed by Mrs. Josoph and prices. 5SO S. FOURTH AVENUE. rhat Ireland's heart is not In the an'd for this year's event there will O'Connor, after which tho and John four daughters, 'MlBses Ella, Nora, erine Rohlander, Mr. Mrs. Kate and Mary MoNamara, and Bchrecker and IMrs. Anna Darllng-hauLarge and new stock to select kent war none can longer deny. be a great dinner. It Is hinted that Jobson will leave in their motor car three sons, James and Thomas (Funeral services were held from, all high class work. 50 why the officers of the Crown Gen. Michael Relcbert and several for a bridal trip through the State all of that city, and R. Tuesday morning, Rev. Father of Kentucky and will be at home to Emmett McNamara, suntry throw an Interesting officers of his staff will be present of Elizabeth-towAckermann celebrating the reulemq New Muldoon Monument Co. on the attitude of the Irish as honor guests. Tho company has their friends after August 1 at 2525 mass. people in the present war. In one also announced an excursion to Tell West Oak. 625 South Third St. Funeral Directors City, Ind., for Sunday, August 8. CONDITION HOPELESS. Friends of Thomas Gilchrist, the writer states that the. Irish refuse (Miss Mary C. Ridge and Albert J. engineer at the County Jail, and to enlist to fight the Germans, whom Herrmann were united In marriage . Physicians and relatives of Arch- they are many, learned with sincere who enjoyed his acquaintance. His Embalmers. LAUDS THIS IRISH. at St. iBrlgld's church Tuesday bishop Quigley, now at the home of regret of the death of his beloved illness was borne with cheerfulness they regard as their friends. No fThe part the Americans of Irish morning, Rov. father A.VK1VUE5 Jansen per- his brother, Chief of Police Joseph wife, Jennie Gilchrist, which oc- and resignation to the will of his eeio Inducement that England can offer TaUabeae 10U. present entice the young birth and descent have taken In the forming the ceremony. 'Miss Louise Quigley, in Rochester, N. Y., an- curred aionday morning at, Sts. Mary Creator, whom he served faithfully will at Herrmann, sister of the groom, great and iBliaabeth Hospital. Mrs. Gil- and well. 'His father. John (Rodgers; Wednesday defense and upbuilding of They country was tho general theme ot this Coleman J. Ridge, brother of and nounced was sinking. that the irishmen to Join the army. an the prelate All members christ was a devoted wife and two daughters, Mary Margaret and feel that this is not their fight and address delivered by Patrick J. bride, were the attendants. John of the family were at his bedside, mother, and will be missed not only Clements Rodgers; a son, Charles Ray ThomaB brother, a iat,if England needs assistance she Lennox, of the Catholic 'University M. Hennessy and while N. Herrmann and Wednesday afternoon the Rev. In the home circle but by a great Rodgers; were the ushers, sisters, Mrs. of America, Master John Rodgers, and aonld 'send to the front hundreds of tery, when at iMount Olivet ceme- M. Barry was the ring bearer. After Edward Hoban, Chancellor of the number of friends and neighbors. Maymo Brogan, three Arch iBrower Mrs. archdiocese of Chicago, reached Besides her husband she leaves one the graves of deceased thousands of English soldiers who members of the the ceremony a wedding breakfast the city. It became known that the eon, James J. Gilchrist. Her and Mrs. M. T. Gallagher, survlvo ire stationed in Ireland before she Union were decorated. "Although was served at the Seelbach, at the Archbishop Is suffering from o, com funeral was held Wednesday morn- him. The funeral was held Friday of which the young bined attack of heart trouble and ing from St. Charles church, Rev. morning from St. Patrick's church, touM ask the Irish to enlist. Here praying that God will guide us safe conclusion NORTON BUILDING through the present crisis, if Prov couple left for an extended Eastern paralysis. Paralysis followed the Father (Raff oconductlng the solemn Rev. Father Cronln celebrating the paragraph from the letter: atidence ordains that the United States bridal tour. requiem high mass, which was heart attack, and already is said to obsequies. N.W. Carrier Fourth and Jefferstt comes to forcing the young bo drawn Into the grave struggle, J have affected the left side. Hope tended by many sorrowing friends. join the army there will be say without fear of contradiction for his recovery "has virtually been CHURCHBS. FOR MISSIONS. After an illness of six weeks of Ire your toys aa eaacatton that wtH NARROW ESCAPE. abandoned. heart trouble and rheumatism Alo bme times, as a great many (hat the Irish will lie found among jirtpax t&cai far life. (he first, most eager and bravest mighty God Issued the inevitable The generous gifts of $500 so sfer to die on the hillsides defenders of the United States," he frequently given KEEP UP FIRE. Muldoon narrowly es- ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE building of summons Wednesday morning to Thomas Jor the enlist and fight for Xtog- - said. "The United States has done cburehes in poor districts are bearJohn T. Rodgers, beloved husband caped serious Injury last Monday 111 W. Xre4wr, 1stUI, Xy. Is no much for the Irishmen, but there is ing abuudant fruit. although there It has meant A man's reputation for efficiency of Mrs. Mayme Foley Rodgers, 1925 afternoon at the Muldoon MonuConducted by tka Xavrlan Brothers. eference under the ai tendency in some quarters to the conservation of the faith for will not get him far unlees he keeps' Bank street. Deceased was one of ment 'Company when a heavy pieces CMMieai, Sol n tile ( aad Buataeaa. Irishman lias abandoned Catholic set- - fire under the boijer. (It is Hot the best known printers in the city of timber fell on his instep. He partmeat, Lwe- raes. Freearator yet air feel that ieny the part the an1 mlnlaliiln'tf many yoor, ollinu eVi avah aOaWArt In tulnnlnv (and f ai0 a l nu what he has done, hut what he earn and had spent his life In the West now aWkllinp about and expects roei. ai9p4 Qyawa mmiar r war. We hve j tfa liberty of this country." t o, jaaM. ua. aUun.Teri ults. Knd, respected and popular with all wnd of these ehpel b&vt bm ao, mat counts. started immediatey. Father John T. Hill is the pastor and has made P. J. Hanlon and family have many imprivements. taken possession of their cottage at BENEFIT FOR ORPHANS. Bay View, Mich., where they will spend the summer. The annual picnic and outing of y ihe St. Josoph Orphan Society, one, Michael McDermott, Jr., Is convalescing from an attack of of the greatest Catholic events of the typhoid fever at Sts. Mary anil year, will take place August 4 on the orphanage groundB on Crescent Elizabeth Hospital. Hill. This society supports the asyThe Misses Mary, Julia and Helen lum and its hundreds of orphans, Winn have been spending the past and the entire proceeds will be for week in New York with their father, this most worthy charity. Col. Matt J. Winn. road. rap-IdliHow-let- 'GRAN W. SMITH'S AL. S. SMITH, PROP. SON--I Funeral Director and Embalmer;; I J S 809 WEST JEFFERSON 1 Tl sTssTfiT iTl iTi iTi mTssT STREET! Tm nTwtwfliwTi 'Hi . DOUGHERH & McELIOTT I ' ctors and Embalmersl r - Lc is - hhk hh h4 I rii " rvvwvvyy Je BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. sixty-thre- e, I GERMAN BANK y MYYMVlVVV 5c 822 Bast Maiix street. 5c er Citra-Col- a But Its ' and Market Sts. MONUMENTS JACOB SCHULZ s. ra, n. H.BOSSESON and fbhr FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Uriah-Americ- an 1 wt 4 1 V 0 y KENTUCKY IRKS! iklktEIOAJV. cok a sqn1 sICORPORATED " PROF. V. O. GILBERT Candidate For Olfioc Primary Election, August 7, J 015. ALV1N STEGER Candidate For Office For Clerk of the Conrt of Appeals. Democrats 1 tendcnt of oE Superia. Pablio Instrnc JAMES QUARLES Candidate Fore-electlop MIHMMHMMHHMIMIIMIHfimW HERMAN STRAUS SONS j1 1 fOURTH AVCHUe tlOH. wcaffPgPArero MARKET STREET - te and Redeem 5urety Coupons. Prof. V. 0. Gilbert, present Assistant Superintendent to the Superintendent of Public Instruction, Is Time Is Here! Y FOR IT NOW. kllnen TRUNKS, BAGS Sultcaien; steel frame: K?"..1 Xaratol lined; hand sewed swinging HHrawts KZXt.v 'aanW am " $H 32.00 V- awhlde Saltcaaei; steel frame; .lined, shirt fold; hand sewed; int bargain sjk iwi wr aW XL if English Baffa; .leather catch: Inset iock; patent .""' straps; 54.75 nnka; veneered box; kass bound anu urass L?"r.:..s!).uo has extra throughout the State are rallying to the support of Alvln Steger. of Owen county, candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, First Division, subject to the action of the Democratic party at the coming primary, Chancery Branch. August 7. the majority of leaders Subject to the Action of the and voters believing that his nom- Democratic Party. inatlon means strengthening of the ticket In the November election. Mr. amiity anu Primary. Saturday, Aujr 7, 1915 sieger s office are wellquaimcauons known, his for the fame as an efficient and capable clerk being attested to two years ago when he was elected (President CANDIDATE FOR of the Kentucky County and Circuit Clerks' Association, which is Indeed n signal honor. Ho has served for more than eleven years as Circuit Clerk of Owen county, giving universal satisfaction regardless of political party or affiliation, and the request that ho announce for Clerk HlaHIIH? aaaVaaal of the Court of Appeals came from .bsbsbbsbss all sections. Mr. Steger Is a tried and true Democrat, loyal to the party at all times, and it is believed that he will be given a record breaking vote at the coming primary. ' CIRCUIT JUDGE I ( E. S. DORSEY :ORDS white rubber QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE dMSSjBSBBl 418 WEST OICMSBY AVENUE. cratic nomination for Secretary of Conducted by Dominican Sisters from the Mother House of the State, and they also believe that of Sienna Convent, Springfield, Ky. his selection will redound to the Order, St. Catherine tflK" Tho Academy offers thorough Primary, Preparatory, Comof; the party, being sure credit to IPl add strength to the ticket in the mercial and Academic Courses and special attention is given the November election, bringing votes study of Music and Art. department from all classes. Mr. iLlkens record erve the classified Lessons in Needle Work are inc uded in the curriculum. as Assistant Auditor was a splendid y possible way. To this For information address the Academy. one, and those with whom he came seek for ways to servo FOR In contact are now his ardent sun- boards of education and city porters in, the epartments. DAWt-HBNSS H0MBPK0NR HLTY 3233 INCORPDRAT urourtn To eiement nopea to see him chosen as In every a (Democratic standard-beare- r possible way with the 'boards of with Spring Styles Mow On Display a substantial plurality on August 7. which the State Superintendent may PHONE-SOU- TH 2Sw. CITY 1866, He is a native of Hartford and bo a member. served as Chairman of the Ohio "Fifth To the organization of Seventh Magisterial District WWWHWMWWWWWVWWWMWMViMMmVWVtV County Democratic Committee for courses of study, so as to adjust the Comprising the Eighth, Ninth and four years, his ability educational machinery and QARMENT CLEANED SEPARATELY AND BY HAND the schools to the practical work of Tenth wards and precincts 3G to 62 ganizer being a big aid to as an orEVERY living the party In that section. needs of the community at large, of the Eleventh ward. "You Have Tried the Rest; Now Try .the BEST." and to hold constantly before the Subject to the action of the DemoTWIN CITV LEAGUE. children examples of temperance, cratic party. UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Slreet culture and good citizenship. It was hard to find a man or "Sixth To especially Primary, Saturday, August 7, 1015. woman, boy or girl, within tho conwith the illiteracy commission. The CLEANED BY THE fines of St. Louis Bertrand's parish MMHWtWiUVViWVVtWWnUUHVVVWVWWWW State Superintendent Is made by law Soft Water and Olive Oil Soap Process. last Sunday evening that wasn't a member of this commission, and I wearing the smile that won't rnme shall most heartily with off, all because the boys from Limthe commission in Its great work of THIS METHOD UNEXCELLED. erick had done themselves proud by eliminating adult illiteracy and Illiteracy In general." giving tne ucamps their first defeat of the season In the Twin City League, tho score being 7 to 4, and PLAY FOUR GAME?. to aaa insult to Injury drove the "THE HOUSE WITH THK REPUTATION." heretofore invincible Drownfleld The 'Louisville team arrived home from the Tjox. The features of the Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. from Indianapolis this morning and game were the battery work of will renew their battles at Eclipse Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of Haragan and Higgins for the Park, the Hoosler team being here eMBBBBBBBBBnaw trading stamps, r many other useful articles carried and the batting of urran for for four games, a morning and the Champs. The Champs' noisy V iBBBBnBBBBQIIjr o.Nts DOLLAR starts a Savines Account in our premium rooms. afternoon game being played next brigade of rooters found very little Monday. The Colonels have a with this safe, conservative, use for their g chance to cut down the lead of their utensils Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more and sat thero in a daze after the opponents by winning a majority of at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 first fev; innings, smelling salts bethese games and then both will ing needed to revive Bob Loran and per cent. No cost to you whatever. Btart on their Western tour on an Loo Osterman. Bruins beat tho even footing, both "being away from The same courteous attention eiven the FOR Imperials 13 to 3 in easy fashion, nome for nearly three weeks. A depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. A. large stocks of teats en hand, for sale or uiymuics won a mutant pennant raco can be Judged pretty from the K. of C. by 12 to 11, and rent. We de more and better work titan any closely about July 4 and the flag Mackin beat Trinity In a 7 to 3 from present Indications lies be one here. Orders by mall promptly attended game. Tomorrow's schedule is Seventh Magisterial District tween Indianapolis and iLouisvIlle, Under the Hi Clock Second and Market to. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Mackin vs. Olympics, Champs vs. the former being a shade tho Comprising Eighth, State Government Supervision. stronger on account of pitchers and Tenth wards the precinctsNinthto and Imperials, iBertrands vs. Trinity and 36 52 Bruins vs. K. of C. and The standing to their continued luck of having no of the Eleventh ward. KENTUCKY GO. date: Injured or ailing players. With anSubject to the action of the Demo- Champs 10 1 other dependable nltcher .909 and IV. OPBtXItO Olympics 8 catcher the Colonels may Jump into cratic party. 2 .800 Bert rands tho lead, and anyway are strong Primary, Saturday, August 7, 1015 2 j .778 ' Anmiph H nraaant K. ef C S '5 .500 ..wD. nf fivaun its T.i1l luuil l.t uuiu .!.. Bruios fi 3 11 and his many friends and followers throughout the State are very active ''--, c$l!IH In his behalf, believing that his ex- - HHBnftr M Jar present position oerlence in his present plsition In his porlence would make him a valuable man for the place. Prof. Gilbert has been connected with our public school system for over thirty years and during that time has served teaching In county schools, as County Super intendent, City Superintendent, and 44th Legislative District for more than six years a member Subject to Action of the Democratic faculty of the Western Ken- of the Party. ucky State Normal School. During If of these years Prof. Gilbert has de a study of the conditions and s of our public schools and It is ed that his election as State .ntendent of iPufbllc Schools ean much in the advance- education In Kentucky, e has been given so much the press and public this connection atten- FOR an- o the platform Prof. Gilbert, in s imany valuable e conduct of the if adopted, will building up of Seventh Magisterial District stem. Follow- gestlons con sort's announce- - Comprising J,ho Eighth, Ninth and L.. Tenth wards and precincts 3C to 52 t r the office of the Eleventh ward. s econom- Subject to' the action of the Demor Krconslstent cratic party. Primary, Saturday, August 7, 1015. the if the maklnK a lively canvass for the Democratic nomination for Superia tendent, to succeed Prof. Hamlett, FULL LINE Embroideries Laces and i Ribbons v NOW READY FOR CHILDREN'S G. 15. LIKENS t Leading Candidate in Contest for Democratic Nomination for Secretary of State, Democratic leaders throughout the State are unanimous in the opinion that G. B. Likens is leading the field In the race for the Demo- - Confirmation AND REPRESENTATIVE " in- - 1 First Communion Outfits mer year. Our stock in these lines surpass that of any for- - Magistrate Here you will find Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons and Dress Goods in endless variety and embracing t all the latest shades and designs. Everything that goes to fit one for first commu- nion and confirmation will be found here. 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Tltrlle Brick. rr m4 Calvart Hp, Fatcat improvement Minneanol is Rhnnlrl nnisii in the next hole. The others BROTHEIt CELESTINE HETURN. don't call for much, with the odds Brother Colestlno, C. S. C, who in favor of Columbus finishing In the cellar because of Its mediocre will be remembered as James Cassin, a former widely known Hne-uresident of Louisville, has returned to Notre Dame for the first time in TELI CITY TKIP. two years, having traveled continuously since tho summer of 1913 Officers and members of Comnanv tor tho Ave Maria. He came to tho A, Uniform Rank, C. K. of A., arj university from California, is now now busy preparing for their trip to making the and Tell City, Ind., on Sunday, August , little time retreat takingwill rest a up any before 8, when thero will be a Joint celebra expect work. His tlon of tho Kentucky nnd Indiana further him here thisrelatives seo earamw?, Knights. Capt. Oscar Maior, Charles to Hill and Henry Schulten have the COMES OUT EARLY. affair in charge and are being assisted by every member of the com'Bernard A. Coll, of 'Jefferson-vlllpany. Tho trip will Include a river has decided become a candiride, and it is expected that there date for the officetoof County Treaswill be several hundred excursion- urer, having filled the office for two ists, as those who wont laBt year terms and leaving the best record of. declare they will make this trip. any wno ever nem xne place. Tne primary takes place next March and DIAMOND RING CONTEST. the election the following November. p. K2rtf n H.-- I I- 1 1. ja'ftg," . , -- d ce- i- uta Imperials . Trinity Mackin . 3 2 1 R 8 10 .331 .333 .200 .091 AMERICAN BOTTLING WORKS J. ENOLERT, Proprietor. FOURTn AT FERRY. e, specialty, while tho Aerial Budds will conclue the bill with an aerial act said to be novel. A programme ui nuiriouc numoers nas neen arranged by Slg. iNatiello for Sunday and Monday. INDORSE M'DERMOTT. As a headllner for next week In the theater at (Fontaine Ferry Violet Dale will present her Impersonations of stage celebrities. Tdlss Dale Is said to be a capable mimic and Cola, her act Is one which should be 222-22- 4 warmly received here. A musical novelty is promised in the offering of CJervo, the piano accordeonist, Home Phone City whose selections on tho acaordeon. range from classic music to ragtime. Helen Davis will be another feature and will present a conception called "Past and iPr.esent." Del, Baity and Jap will offer a comedy LEMON SOUR ORIGINATORS- Seltzer, w Phosphate, 1355. Ale, SOUTH TWELFTH STREET. Ginger Etc. BE SURE TO CALL FOR rN McKENNA PrMtotf, F1m List, Fire Brick ftrata aa4 toiler Tile, Sreui fire Clay, Ckiaaey Tepe. OFFICE 536 WEST JEFFERSON , PHONBOITYS7S-17ta- . OUMB. MAIN ttatfc mm& BrecJc. a4 Magewtta Ave l S07. mtt. 9 tb mm tOth. lIMIIIIIMIMMI I The Emerald iHlbernlan Social; Club have offered a handsome dla- -' mond ring to the girl selling the highest number of tickets for the moonlight excursion to be given on the steamer Homer Smith on Thursday, July 29, and on next Monday evening will distribute the tickets to the different contestants at Der- trand 'Hall. Any young lady de- sirous or entering can be present at The local union of teamsters, chaffeurs, stablemen and helpers The Ladles' Sewing Society ot went on record this past week as St. 'Anthony's Hospital will give indorsing the candidacy of Llemt. their annual garden party at the Gov. McDermott for Governor, stathome of M and Mrs. Math ing that his election would mean the Posohinger, Virnon and Sycamore advancement of .the State and its enavenue, on Thli rsday, July 15, la the terprises. The committee drafting afternoon an evening. The entire the resolution were iM.,J. O'Neil, proceeds is fi the benefit ot St. William J. Qulnn, Joseph Murke and ' Anthony's pltaL ; ' Richard Hlte. 0 GARDEN PARTT. WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. HcKenna, Distiller. Fairfield, H. H. A. Y JBCBKOMJOK:" JCj&ISEC "TUB PARK BKAUTIFUV AMl:ifcJOAl!S. IRELAND. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BI Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are ears urgea to patronize advertisers whose announc iney una in tnese coiums. we aim to protect crs uy accepting oniy nrais oj Known respons Home Phone City 6813 AIETIIU1 IIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patrbnlze advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES SHALE BRIOE Distributors Of FEDERAL TIRES MADE BY HIBERNIANS. FONTAINE FERRY Many Added Attractions! What They Have Been Doing Record of the Most Important of Amusements Galore! the Past Week General the Recent Events Culled New Restaurant. Free Band Concerts. News Notes. Dancing From Exchanges. High Class Vaudeville. -- lMlttTttMvfHtTtH'nTMli Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Contracting Engineer, Steam and cured Sulzer's Harlom River Park Estimates on All Classes of Work Hot Water Heating and for a 3ummer's night festival that Sanitary Plumbing Both Phones will continue through the first week Homo Office : 440 Second Street In August. Ventral Concrete & Construction Co. LOUISVILLE, KY. 961 Hamilton Avenue 'Hibernians from all over the State are expected In Denver, when, S CO. the order will havo one of the largest Fourth Rent, Sale Receivers and Shippers of Hay and vojg) f For Kxchange. or ever held there. of July celebrations Grain. Manufacturers of Shur- Twenty new members were last PlaezJEaaJtryjuMl StockuJKjteda. GUILDERS: WATERS CO, week added1' to" the'Ladlos' Auxiliary Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed (INCORPORATED) at Qulncy, 111. The luitlatlon was Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo by Mrs. Mary McWhorter, Incubators and Brooders 333 W. Main St. conducted President. the State Phones: City 135 LOUISVILLE, KY. Division 6 of Jersey City donates a book to the proposer of each canAMEBICAJf tt PLATING C. H. Gerrard, Pren. & Gen'l Mgr. BBASS John Hardy, didate secured, and In this way had WORKS AMERICAN XBON WOBKS Incorporated seventy-eignow applicants proIncorporated 144 E. JEFFERSON Tel. City 7147 posed and accepted. BOILER MAKERS MACHINISTS Bronze, Brass and Aluminum Cat- The death of Capt. John B. MurGeneral Jobbing1 Bepalrs lass. Model Waking1 and Machine Oxygen Welding; Cutting and Brazing. phy has taken from the Jefforson-vjll- e Work. Bath Boom rixture and Stove Plate Metal Work and Steel Construe-- . Costing's Nickel Plated and Polished. division one of its leading tlon. Brass Beds and Jardinieres spirits, one who put the Ancient AUTO REPAIR SHOP All Kinds of Old Metal Wars Made Now. Phones Main 411, East 146. City 8611 Order before all others. JAMES A. McOILL, Louisville, Xy. 524 E. Main St. and Gen'l Mfrr. Thomas Kennedy and Martin Gilmore were obligated by PresiR. JEUNESSE dent Hennessy at the meeting of Division 4 on Monday evening, and BUILDING CONTRACTOR B. F. Toomey was elected to memThe Placo Where Old Clothes Are ' Mado to Look Like New." bership. 810 YORK STREET SPALDING DRY CLEANING CO INTENTION FOR JULY. PHONES IS 87. Louisville, Ky. Phono South 1753 Our Holy Father has recommended the members of the Apostleship of THE OARRELL-ROGER- S C. F. BENDER CO. Prayer to pray during the month of Incorporated. JERSEY DAIRY July for tho victims or the war. CARPET CLEANING, RUG MANU Ice Cream Manufacturer Never, we believe, in the history of FACTORING AND WALL mankind have there been so many Special Prices to Churches and PAPER CLEANING victims of war among civilized naPicnics Telephone City 2357 tions. Millions of moil nrn nnrncrorl Both Phones 053-5South Clay Street in deadly combat on the battlefields First and College Streets oi Europe. Tne wounded, many of them maimed for life, are numbered "M $ 04) C 'MK"Xfrfr?"X- by the hundreds of thousands. Who can think of the awful sufferings on the field and In the hospitals without Jolninsr in tho Holv Fnthnr'a rec ommendation to pray for them? Again wnai snail we say of the sad fato of the other hundreds of thousands who are prisoners of war in foreign countries, far from their homes and their loved ones, in the 713-71- 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET 3 midst of people who find it hard to conceal their bitter hatred nnd who TritftoHS-Cn- a., S. 298i. Hmw, CKjf 2399. look on these men as enemies, now Decorae an additional burden? Most of all are our hearts moved with pity for the countless widows A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case m( and orphans, who are now obliged to face life without the protection and RITTER-HENNING- Largest and Most Sanitary Swimming Clay Products Co. Division 2 will meet Wednesday Tho Rev. Patrick J. Moran, adevening and Division 1 on Thursday Pool in the Soulb. are the ministrator, Llscannon, has been VULCANIZING Reserved seats on sale at T. P Taylor appointed pastor of Claregalway. evening. BEST BRICK MADE IN FALLS CITY VULCANIZING CO. Division 3's meeting will be post- Druff Co. No. 3, Fourth near Walnut JEFFERSON COUNTY 1101-0- 3 East Broadwny James T. McGeo, Roodstown, was Bldg. poned next Monday on account of Sales Office; 1010 Inter-SoutETREE SERVICE n member of the Louth the holiday date. County Council in room of James 1724 Home Phone Shawnee CELEBRATED The Ladles' Auxiliary of Duluth Halpenny, Ardee, who resigned. P. I. BURKS & COMPANY EXTRA BRAT WURST at the bazar will conduct a booth Tho New lions Urban Council (INCORPORATED.) SATURDAYS WEDNESDAYS AND for Qt. James church. AND SO VERY CHEAP nnnmxt n vntfl of HVmnathV with the MANUFACTURERS OP X. P. BORITWASSEB 00. Dave Rellly's augmented choir Is Right Rev. Dean Kavanagh, New PIANO PLAYERS Incorporated MILES FOR Improving rapidly and will make a 923 QEIGER STIIEET Ross, on the death of his sister. Modern Player Built In Your Own Piano, ' at tho next initiation. 77 Hobib Phone 1S02 and Pianos and Piano Players Repaired and Tuned. hit 50 CENTS Keen regret Is felt in TIpperary Cumb. Phone Main 877 1000-100- 8 apState Secretary John Hayes West Walnut, Louisville On the Elegent Steamers ABX TOUB DBAXES POB XT at the death In his eightieth year of peals for an Increase of QO per cent. John Fogarty. iHe was one of the In Indiana's membership. ENGRAVERS local Fenian leaders In the sixties. of sister Visits from members Emigration to America has again SCHLICII ENGRAVING COMPAJN always add Interest to the divisions started In Mayo. Over fifty young Puncture Proof proceedings and meetings. I ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS One of the above steamers leaves men between the ages of eighteen I State President Callan and degree Pneumatic ELECTROTYPER8 county Milwaukee , Initiated the Wharfboat, toot of Third street, and thirty recently left the team from Louisville, Ky S35 W. Main St., twenty-tw- o candidates at Oconto, every Sunday at 9 a. m., goes about for the United States. 700 W. BROADWAY Home Phone City 5674 seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio, and Thomas Daniel Rortayno Wis. mem' The New York County Board al- where she meets the return boat, arriv Cummlngs have been BAGS. '"SOUTHERN STAR" Urban bers of the Queenstown ready has arrangements under way lag home about 7 p. m. Manufacturers of Sacks for Flour Mills, SLICED BACON day celebra- ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c Council In the places of Sir James Grain Dealers, Produce Men, Fertilizer, for next St. Patrick's Long and Clayton Love. Ready for Your Griddlo In tho Dried Grain, Ice, etc. Write for price tion. "All on anything you may want In the Sack Morning" On the occasion of his taking over The carnival of the St. Louis line. charge HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Castlecomer Ladies' Auxiliary, held this week In SOCIETY DIRECTORY. the pastoral Rev. L. of Belrne was J. S. WALKER & Co., the Very LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. 211 W. Alain Street, Louisville, Ky. Hibernian Park, was a pronounced waited on by the teachers of tho (Incorporated.) Lone Distance Telephone Connections success. parish, who presented him with an A large addition was made to the A. 0. H. SHOE REPAIRING address. ITRUOTURAL IRON WORKS. Ladles' Auxiliary at the recent semiiMrs. Kate Kelly, Stapletown, died AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING annual conferring of degrees In suddenly while marketing in Naas. Foundry and Macbino Shop. Chicago. DIVISION 1. COMPANY St. Clair county, 111., Initiated Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder-kran- z She had suffered from heart trouble, GRAINGER & CO., and her death is believed to havo 114 West Market Street two classes recently and increased Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Incorporated been hastened by the intense heat Home Phone, City 5381 SoulsvUle, Ky. the county membership about 20 Ryan. President Mark which prevailed. Tenth Street, Louisville, Ky. Old Shoes ac&d Hew. Work Done per cent. Cushlng. Vice President William Walls Ton Walt. The old parish church at Bally-scullio-n, There are now over fifty candiSecretary Edward Financial which stands close to awaiting initiation in Division Clancy. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. dates IRON AND HEAVY well Church Island, Lough 'Beg, 4. about half of whom have been Recording Secretary James P. known place of pilgrimage, is abein INCORPORATED HARDWARE. obligated. Barry. restored by .Rev. Father McNam Carriage and Wagon Woodwork Distillers Of Through the efforts of the Treasurer Thomas Keenan. and Hardware Sergeant-at-Arm- s Ancient Order the Irish history Tarpy. Bellaghy, County Derry. Thomas OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH Very Rev. Gabriel Purcell IRON movement has mado great progress CO., "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE been appointed of Prior Incorporated In Philadelphia. DIVISION a. 800-81- 8 Carrmellte order at W. Mala street. Louisville, Ky. 628 W. Main St. The Hibernians of Utlca, N. Y., Meets First Wednesday Llederkranz coming triennial Loughrea period, will have their big field day on July Hall, Sixth and Walnut. GASKETS AND JOS. F. BOEHLER of Very Rev. Joseph Coei 15. For this event they havo seSuperior of St. Mary's, Dj President Joseph .Lynch. JEWELER cured Utlca iPark. UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. The death Is annoui National President McLaughlin REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY (Wholesale Only.) Recording Secretary John T. Rev. iPeter Everard, has been Invited to make tho address Keaney. 551 South Shelby Street was in his elghty-sevNATIONAL CASKET CO., at the annual Irish day celberatlon Between Madison and Chestnut Financial Secretary Edward J. Ing his long life he Incorporated at Cincinnati on August 15. Home Phone, City 9459 Kelran. worker in the vine; Bleveatb and Magazine a Streets. Division 4 donated a Treasurer Thomas Hannan. and his popularlt: gold piece to its chaplain, Rev. Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. Hel-- years, HOME KILLED MEATS DISTILLERS. Father Kealty, for his booth at the lon. The dead bi STATE FAIR MEAT MARKET St. Louis Bertrand lawn fete. JOHN T. BARBEE & CO named iPatrlcl Tho Ancient Order and Ladles' Incorporated DIVISION 8. dra, has bee A Full Line of Fancy Groceries Auxiliary presented 720-78- 0 their Stato W. Main Street. Lake. Ho wa 3rd Both Phones Chaplain, Rev. J. J. Connoltyr Vof Meets 1st and 1818-182- Monday at Hiber- some time, a: s, Kentucky Weller, Old Barbee, 0 Portland. nian Home, Give Us An Order Call and Fetersburgh, ill., an automobile. J. C. W. Whiskies. Sole Owners tor the pre Distillery No. 82. Phones Main President John M. Maloney. President Tom Quinn and his asWE SELL FOR CASH return. J586-City 5253. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. sociates of the Hibernian. Social The dei Secretary Recording. AND HEATING CON Club are working hard for. the sucThomas gret CONSTRUCTION rLUMBING TRACTORS CONCRETE ofj Killeen. cess of their moonlight excursion. CONCRETE BLOCKS Financial Secretary John J. Hes-slo- of the H. W. NEWMAN New York Hibernians have senunSi COLUMNS, ART STONE Coral Ridge BI h. id SIMPLY CHARMING I0U E lll'Ef UNO LINOLEUM JLJL I 2431 Hon icn I3U LAYER 220 South Eighth St. THEO. IJAKERY AUTOMOBILE TIRES EC Tinpc City of Louisville City of Cincinnati WOLF LLL IKLJ ed AND CONFECTI03 ICE CREAM Home Phone Shawnee Special Prices to Lawn Picnics. Twenty-slxt- h nnd Porti . JOHN B. WJ wiinviTimP! urnvt WAGON 2523 Westi PIONIC PARI Home 'PI MO? Choice i TODD-DONIGA- N e. ten-doll- ar Fay-Mu- Reg-htfer- n, Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Jr. N. D. J. Dougflerty. Martin" Moaj fot James her. Sentlnol Thomas Noone. EANS Vice-Pre- o. ht Sec'y-Trea- s. 0 DR. J. T. CHAWK i Veterinary Infirmary. FALL CITY BEER IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE EUDOOrt of In vino- - hliRhnmln Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. n OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED fathers. Their cries and their pray ers are going up to heaven, pleading for pardon from God for those who are resnnntiihln fnr tho Hronrlfnl carnage and all the other calamities mac iomow in tne wake oi war. Shall we not heed the .Pope's request and with all the earnestness of our hearts join with our brethren of tho Apostleship all over the world In fervent prayer for these victims? Let us pray to God, our Father; may grant them grace to bear their woes patiently and Inspire them to offer themselves as victims of expiation for the sins that have brought such punishment on the nations. The thought of their sufferings will urge us to redouble our prayers for peace. JOLLY CHILDREN'S GAMB. nnd PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, JOHN 3D. RANK WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. m f LOUISTTLJLB. XT, Here is a game in which all may participate: Select ten small articles, say nuts, eorn kernels, wrapped bonbons. Seat the players In two lines opposite each other, and at the headof the line and the foot place a table or taboret. The game is to pass the articles, one at a time, to each player until all are on the table, the other side to pass them back down the line. This must be done rapidly, the side making1 the best time having the prise. This is loads of' fun, and children love X. -- the Vicars General of r Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. Kllmore tintl nnrlah nrlpo? Hennessy. President John H. Its most important parishes, Vice President Thomas Lynch. $2.00 PIANO T( While cycling home from 0 South FloTa Street Financial Secretary Thomas J. REPAIRING Rev. Father J. McRory, Langan. Fhone City 1748 Coleralne, ran Into a number of Phone Shawnee 1253 Secretary John J. cows on the roadway and was Recording Barry. thrown from the machine. He was B. M. BUETER C. G. STIGLITZ & SONS Treasurer Pat Connelly. injured about tho head and shoulSergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far-rel-l. ders and is at present confined to his SURGEON VETERINARY MANUFACTURERS room. i HORSE SHOEING Louisville Made Furnaces Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Tho death of Patrick Brick, 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET Tralee, Is much regretted. In his 2 S. Ninth St. Y. M.I. younger days h amassed a con- Home Phone City 2542 Home Phone, City 2365 siderable fortune In Africa. The Home, City 981 MAOIUN COUNCIL, 205. beautiful residence which he built PAINTS, OILS AND VAUN1SHKS Cumb. S. 981 Meets Monday Evenings at Club at the Kerrles was a landmark MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS where he dispensed true Irish hosHouse, 344 North Twenty-sixt963 SOUTH THIRD STREET pitality. President John J. Lynn. VERIBEST MIXED PAINT CONFECTIONER AND pATERESS First Vice President John W. Weddings and Parties Given CONSECRATED. STRASSEL-GANMurphy. PAINT CO. Special Attention Vice President Martin Second Charles Wolf, Manager The Most Rev. Edward Patrick 213 West Market Street P. Schadd. Roche, D. D was consecrated as Treasurer George J. Thornton. of the Newfoundland Financial Secretary A. C. Link. Archbishop Recording Secretary William U. diocese at St. John's on Tuesday. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT First Communion Books' He Is said to bo tho youngest ArchBuckel. bishop in the Roman Catholic Marshal Harry Alberts. ROSARIES Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. church and is the first to be as Archbishop in NewOutside Sentinel Harvey Pfelf-fe-r. SCAPULAR MEDALS foundland. He was In born years ago. G. Piacentia forty-tw- o Committee Executive Frank See onr new book, ''Dow to Get Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank HELL SERVED WELL. Mn.ried." Geller, A. W. Andrlot, John R. Barry. Every Devotional Article here. The great bronze bell thnt rang No trouble to hIiow goods. out the end of English supremacy in AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. tho Mississippi Valley when Gen. Georgo Rogers Clark, of (Louisville, Rogers Church Goods Co. seized Old Kaskaskia, July 4, 1778, All the late and new Styles and Sbapei Timely Record of Some Memor will probably become the property 120 S. FOURTH AVE. of the Illinois Historical Society. oin be found here at reasonable price able Events in the Catholic King Louis XV. presented It to the History of America. church at Kaskaskia. It was cast In 1741 and placed In Kaskaskia church In 1742. July 4, 1830 Cornerstone of the first college of Spring Hill laid FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Umso&PORaTEP by tho 'Right Rev. Michael Portler, iBIshop o.t Mobile, Ala.; college The craze for stripes grows more opened for students following pronounced as the season advances. November. Stockings with stripes running July 5, 1679 First mass within limits of present city of Buffalo round are one of the latest revivals. Whole collars of cretonne are exby Father Louis celebrated Hennepin, Recollect, on board the tremely attractive on blue and pink A Griffon, the first vessel to sail linen blouses. the lakes, then moored In Black Never was women's footwear so Rock harbor, near Austin street. freakish and so lamentably abused July 6, 1851 Jesuits' Church of as this season. St. Francis Xavler, West Sixteenth The fall will be a season of fancy street, New York, dedicated by gloves, as the spring was a season Archbishop Hughes; College of of fancy shoes. St. Francis Xavier opened in SepThe revival most enthusiastic is tember, 1851. July 8, 1756 Death, of Father the revival of organdy, with the plain sheer white leading. Hlppolite Collet, Recollect; arlatest rived in Canada as amissionary in Is The fad manipulation of fashion for 1741; chaplain at Presqu'ile and we the had full skirts, tho fullesb have for ever so long. aux Eoeufo; silver Riviere For the many outing occasions, chalice, supposed to be his, dug up in 1804, near the ruins of the travel, camping, sports, the blouse old fort and purchased by Mrs. and skirt offer many attractions. to save it 'Van Kirl, a Catholic, There is no end to the vogue of the blouse, the matter of fit and adfrom profanation. July 9, 1851 Academy of the justment being easily accomplished. Home Phone 11 Cumfc. Phone West 191 Sacred Heart, New York, Incor- An altogether admirable simporated; originally located at plicity characterizes the special Houston and Mulberry streets, invented for little girls nowaAfterward St. Catherine's Convent days. of Mercy; moved to Astoria in 1844 and to IManhattanville In POTATO DOUGHNUTS. 1847; first Superior Mother WCOBFO RATED Elizabeth Galltzln. Two cups of mashed potateesf July Sulpiclan when cold add one and 10, 1791 The eups Fathers (Francis Charles Nagot, sugar, two eggs, one soant oup x milk, (Anthony Oarnier, MIohael three teaspoons creaei (or and John Tessler arrived in melted butler), one teaspoon salt, Bi purchased the "One one Baltimore; teaspoon it lemon, Mil Tavern," where later they teaspoon nutmeg grated (small), JUM at all tadtag bars and cafes. Re&owaed for purity, strengtbi opened St. Mary's, toe first four teaspoons baking powder, flour DBOSER, Managers, LouisvtlW GRUB&R , imerlean Semlnrr. enough im roll. Port-stewart. DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, evoko widcsuT Ho had been for n l 128-13- 210-22- h. S con-iccrat- ed I FRANK FEHR BREWING CO Brewers and Bottlers LOTJISVITiliEJ. KY. de-Big- ns WIEDEMAN BREWING COMPANY'! Celebrated Draught and Bottled J one-ha- lt (Leva-dou- one-ba- I Ti