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Kentucky Irish American: July 10, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915071001_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: July 10, 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 INCORPORATED. CO- - 405 West Broadway Kentucky Irish Ameri NO. 2. TRIBUTE OP ItESPECT. The daily papers of Fall River, Masa., and Providence, R. I., paid high tribute to the late Daniel Riley, of Shelbyville, whoso death at Fall River was briefly noted in MOTOR! N ni Master of The CENTURY CYCL1 INCORPORA1 405 West Brpndwd VOLUME XXXV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1915. PRICE FIVE CEWti was summoned 0 Rome to take tho chair of theoWgy in the Roman College. Hewaa appointed by Leo XII. a of the Congrega-V,"ftraordlnary Ecclesiastical Affairs ajfd of Bishops and Regulars. Su 8p5 hls declining years In the Coeducation Is Experiencing ChurcJt of tho Jesu and died of Sad Fall From Grace Pneumonia. Anril 11. 18SR. MACHINE Prohibitionists and Preacher Politicians. MISTAKE COMIXGjKVENTS. Corona. July 13 MooSjTght excursion by Hibernian SocIaljfGlub on steamer NEW YORK SCORED Jm - men-foo- r Ifanvcs McChesney Campaign to our last issue. .- -' "Word Gone Down the Line to Save Klica and Tcrrcl at Any Cost. Other Candidates Being Busy With Alibis Against Machine Support. -- - Tho Rev. Fatne? Angelo, C. P., one of the noted( priests of New WORD OF WARNING AND ADVICE THE FOLLY OF THIS MOVEMENT York, arrived hero Saturday and BROUGHT NlM FROM IRELAND LOCAL, DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES spent several days? as tho guest of) the Rev. J. J. Fitzgerald, pastor of! St. Leo's, Highland iPark. Sunday) Angelo w celebrated twq Coeducation, formerly tho pride In the last issue of America there Father As foretold in these columns By Jajjieg a. Rooney. iLL. D, and Joy of educational was a timely communication from masses and preached an eloquent several weeks ago, the machlno sermon. The twoTprlests have been Following ig an extract from a institutions, is experiencing a sad Hugh L. Hanly, who writes: polltclans have turned their back on ' letter bearing date of November I, warm friends forjmany years. fall from grace these days. Even in The fear that some of our readers the McChesney candidacy for the, those circles where It found its" 1808,wrltton to tho Most Rev. F. may not properly comprehend the GovIMPROVING. nomination for Democratic staunchest defonders In times past of tho movement to hold "AmeriWilliam Strickland, London, by the doubts have been expressed as to Its ernor, leaving his campaign to be Roy. Anthony Kohlmann, S. J.: canization day" ceremonies throughitable work among the poor and The and handled by the preacher politicians out tho United States on the Fourth Father clergy anSJfrlends of (Rev. "Your favor of September 6 was devotion to her religion tho mass desirabilitybeen in some instances It Westermaiin', pastor of St. has n openly attacked. In Leaguers, who hail him. and of July Impels me to dwell, on the Mary's delivered to mo at the beginning ot was attended by a largo number of this oven who church on "ffiiehth regard it Is running tho same from other sections but look ton dangers underlying this proposition. is at Mt. ClemensJiMlch, street, threo1 October In the City of New York, friends, who will pray for tho repose for a gaunlot as easy money In Kentucky because of education, QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. It seems at first glance a good thing, where our Right Rev. Bishop Carroll which had been enshrined beside the large distilling Interests. It is but when we look deeper there are weeks' treatment for rheumatlsrl has thought proper to send me In of her soul. uh siuu to luitrn mm. nis consul, the capacity of coeducation In the "liberal" eduevident that Haly and nis wrecking rector of this imThe regular meeting of tho several grave mistakes In the move- win VISITATION HOME OUTIXG, cator's esteem. crew have become scared of losing Queen's Daughters, held on Friday ment, which happily some of our tlon has changed for the better. jBur-in- g mense congregation and Vicar Genhis absence his place isbeing But a short time ago Provost Edthe nomination of Tom Rhea fori afternoon of last week, was well at- New York newspapers have already eral of this diocese till the arrival (Much Interest Is being taken In ward Smith, of tho udltor and Claude Terroll for Treas- tended and full of interest for the perceived and have commented on filled by tho priests of St. Anthony's of the Right Itev. Richard Luke of E outing to be given for the Pennsylvania, declaredUniversity obchurch. urer, the State being placarded from, members. that his Mrs. Joseph J. EJhafer editorially. It Is all very well to Concanen, Bishop of New York. Tho the benefit of tho Visitation Home for servations and investigations led him one end to the other with glaring was elected Chairman of the Fi- seek each year to Impress citizens congregation chiefly consists of Working ST. LOUIS BERTRiys. at to believe that coeducation was a posters telling of what admirable nance Committee In place of Mrs. with the solemnity of their obligaIrish, some hundreds of French and Summer's Girls next Tuesday Park. two would make for Elizabeth Janslng, whose death oc- tions to their country, but certainly officials these as many German, in all, according to Home Is ono of The Visitation failure. "Tho presence of women In With the booths! assigned to tho the common the great common people, etc., but; curred recently. 'Miss Elizabeth we must agree that there should not estimation, of 14,000 charitable Institutions the of deserving lecture rooms had a disturbing eftho city, fect," according to a review of his in none of the flattering notices is Walsh was placed at tho headof the bo any distinction mado between dif- different socletlesfarr&ngemcnts for souls. I have brought along thero a mentloa of how the machine! Educational Committee and Mrs. ferent classes of our citizens. Ab it the lawn fete to bjneld August 4 four young masters of our society and Its friends nnd well wishers are statements, "and their proximity dls- would bo delighted to have them on, William fBannon of the Employment Is, many of our native born aro fit and 5 on the groins 0f St. (Louis to erect a college In the city, and expected to turn out In large num- - traded male students from their Bertrand school jfr0 being pushed with the Board of Valuation. In thq Committee. Tho reports ot tho subjects for the Divine assistance .1 hope tunity to spend the day In a pleas- studies, while tho social features of desperate effort to save Rhea and Juvenile Court Committee were ex- of them acceptsuch lecturing; some with vigor. Folding are tho com- we shall succeed." couego life, through the admission milch too lightly the mittees, who yriifi report away ant at the Terrell, McChesney has been lost la cellent, showing many cases wero rights for Which their forefathers detracted from tho never and grove, of tho from tho turmoil or women, Concanen But 'Bishop city. Committees heat the shuffle. The only and last movq being looked after by Mrs. John shed their, blood. Nowhere In the next meeting ot In Press anJK prin'flngTohn Barry, reached his see and the burden ad- of earnest workers have been ap- studlousness necessary for men obnow being made in his behalf is to Thomas and her universities." The constitution or In our scheme of govdiocese of where there la Visiting 'Committee, ChalrmanjEugenotj. Cooney, Camden organizing the affairs felland Father pointed to superintend the various jected to these The men students have the Republicans In charge of views of tho provost, ministering its on R. MgAtee. booths and features and will see to no registration vote for McChesney Miss (Maggie Judge, reported on a ernment is thero any distinction showing, (Cohlmann's the armade between native and naturalized DUckpond John Morlarlty, Jr., rival of Now shoulders until Bishop, It that all who attend will enjoy thereby newspaper declares a well on the Democratic ballot, and this visit to the Parental Home, work known which comments York's second last does not require much coaxing at the School ot 'Reform and visits citizens save In the one Instance, the Chairman .Rrankl Meagher, Ben the iRIght Rev. John Connolly, No- themselves. Summer's Park can be on tho case, that in reality tho proqualification for President. By the Imorde, Wlllianijgimorde, Joseph vember 24, 1815. During that tlmo reached via tho Fourth avenue car vost was correct. from the Republicans, as they real-- ; to tho Almshouse, at the latter very fact that wo gathor together .uorinorst ana, Joiin Hardy line and Is situated at the entranco ize the nomination of (McChesney place 300 Catholic magazines having Dr. Gertrude Walker, speaking at our naturalized and lecture them as Wheel of Fortune William J. ho reorganized St. Peter's parish, of Jacob's Park. Mr. Al Smith Is would mean certain election of Mori been distributed. Several new apart from tho main body, nnd Connelly, Chalrmih; John Burke, built St. Patrick's Old Cathedral, Chairman of all committees, and tho alumnae dinner of tho Women's class row and the entire Republican State members were enrolled, and It was College, reiterated Provost founded the New York Literary Inpropose to do this every Fourth of Georgo J. Hackenihyier. A the heads of other committees are Medical views. She ticket. number decided to have the next meeting In Smith's the declared that campaign September, foregoing the August July in every city and community of ladles have beeAt"' secured t na. stitution,diocese,first collegiate school as follows: Another phase of the of the coeducation was harmful In many and Introduced tho Large- rotary Mrs. J. P. Dant. will abo iTrshllne nuns from Ireland. which shows which way the wind la meeting, as so many members will throughout the country, are wo not slst this commltteeyvwhlch ways to women students, particularly Father Dining room Mrs. Ella Nether- - In blowing Is the rush of candidates be , out of town. Bach member fostering a dangerous political divis- have chargo of thtffcandy wheel. Kohtiunnn was born In Kalserburg, medicine. "There aro Indications Ball Throwing! Devices Leo near Cornar, in Alsaco, July 13, land. for the other offices on the Statq pledged herself to have ready for the ion of our citizen body Into in things like this," says tho Indian" and Meyers, Chairman, Candy rotary Mrs. David Welsh. apolis ticket to the front of the stage tq nest meeting two garments made 1771. Me was educated at Fribourg, News, "that tho whole subSoft Drink Stand Frank Apron booth fMrs. William Caw- deny that they are candidates of tho for the school children. Switzerland, In a Wijloge founded by ject of coeducation Is coming to be etc., Is but a step re(John Hlckey, 3t. Peter Canlslus, ari was Chairman thon. machine, all of them now being ordained regarded moro critically and less moved. Nowadays we hear and see Dan Sexton, Joseph C. Overberg, there In 179C. ,He Euchre Mrs. Lorenz. afraid to appear In the company. pi GONE TO REST.. received sentimentally than lrfcis when em- so much about tho gravorrienaco of William iReker,-Joh- 5 Conway, Jo- Into the Society of Jesus, Juno Di, Lotto Mrs. Dan. Halyand his fellow machinists unrKea on. ' or 'MO'il'm ccOTRPtm Kitchen Mrs. Charles Smith. In seph (Tsert and Thomas Mullaney. of tho wave of public opinion 1805, at Duneburg, 'Russia, and beBrother Just, C. S. C. for fifteen tho "hyphenated Americans." favors tho plan, but In tho faco T? Soft drinks Frank Kalleher. Vaudeville Show and "Entertain- fore he had competed his novitiate sweeping against the gang. At' tho years prefect of Carroll Hall at what way shall wo moro surely make this there Is growing doubt whether outset of the campaign there werd. Notre Dame University, died of stom- this sort of Americana than by ment Stephen J. McEHIott, .Chair- he was sent as a missionary to the It should not be curtailed where fomenting an unnatural and artificial man; Edward White, .George J. United States, his long career in BISHOP OF EL PASO. several candidates bargaining for ach trouble and was burled Friday thoro Is no real necessity for it. And the machine support and one or two morning, July 1, In the community demand for naturalization, and tho Haekenmlller, Martin Mullaney and which was begun In (Philadelphia there Is the further doubt whether T A.iMifn.r Cnrtiiln. Rev. proud'y claimed that they had thq cemetery after services in Sacred building up of this class distinction? Jeorge 'Rlggs. " Father John " Boosting Committee .Harry. J. and Baltimore. of WhenPeter's, asked rector "of tho Sacred Heart church i f?"1,1 1.. ,thrwn together machlno O. IC, but now they all Heart church, Notre 'Dame. Brother This "Americanization day" scheme pastor Byrne, adolescence because (s simply a wave of hysteria Impelled Fisher, Chairman; S. J. (MoElliott, to be allowed to St. In Denver, ) Penod Colo., appointed first ' flatly deny it and the voters are Just was In his ff year, and by a few persona withdraw, iBIshop who might better J. H. Hennessy, Thomas J. Lynch, Carroll selecfed Father Kohlmann as Bishop or the new diocese of El doing a little investigating on theii-ow- had been a member of the Congre"Vf "u"ul ""," Ul u,,a apecai ume to real education I devotion hook, the result of which Is surq gation of the Holy Cross since 1891. Inoculate Into their own systems a John F. Burke, Loo Meyer3, Edward rector and administrator of tho Paso, Texas, vice Father Brown, 6ec'usln and separation of the needs sexes to be announced before many days. His name in tho. world was Robert truer sense of patriotism; It smacks While, M. J. 0'iLaughlln, Thomas diocese of Now York. who was appointed but declined the As In was reared ratner than a commingling. Outside of (McChesneyi iRhea and, Garrett. Before entering religion ho of paternalism; tho very idea of Kelly, Adam Schmidt, Eugene J. With him came Father J. B. office owing to Terroll, It Is rumored that Black was Captain of a ship, as are three telling tho naturalized that they Cooney, nrry T. Colgan, Thomas Fenwlck nnd they set to work to In Colorado and is ono of tho best ou,r, 0XPanded civilization, wo are will receive the machine support fori of his surviving brothers, ono of 'must do what they have already P. Dignan, William J. Bennett, S. Introduce needed reforms nnd to known priests In tho State. 'He is taIflnS broader and more serious IUUIly lmnKS. ana it is not years old. He has served ' taken an oath to do is insulting1 to Nicholas Gathof and Charles Byrne. revive religion, preaching In English, forty-si-x Lleutennnt Governor, Hamlett fori them being In the Government say the least. Assimilation, which In El Paso. Ho for many years iio unlikely that cominir years Will ROO Secretary of State, Cohen for Com-- i French and German every Sunday, at Panama. A fourth brother Agriculture a very Intimnto PKEPARIXG FOR COXVEXTIOX. organizing catechism classes and re- been mlsslonor of and is Brother Hilarion, assistant stew- Is the goal sought, can never bo acfriend of such views prevailing in education." such views have been prevailing In Bishop Matz, of the diocese of Dencomplished Keenon for Clerk of the Court ofl ard at Notre by these pernicious ligious confraternities, and soon tho Dame University. Appeals. Several of the candidates Brother Just was also at different methods. Committees from Trinity, Mackin. effect was perceptible In Increased ver. Father Schuler was born In Catholic education for many, jnnny for State offices aro receiving the! times a teacher at St. Columbkllle's Then, too, the furtherance of and Unity iCouncll aro preparing attendance at divine worship and In Pennsylvania in 1869 and camo to years, views which cause tho Cal .bitter opposition of the 'Haly inai school in Chicago and in Sacred movements to cause our alien for an elaborate .entertainment of the number of communicants. His Colorado with his parents when an institutions to bo pointed at today are b chine simply because they refused Heart College, Watertown, Wis. Ho population to seek naturalization tho delegates and visitors to thq next thought was rfw another chureh j'?toa the family home being in, to allow their office appointments tq is known to thousands of Catholic can have but ono result, the stirring second biennial convention of thd to be used as a Cathedral, and on the Georgetown district, He first nlng to seo tho folly of their vl be used in bolstering up the powen young men all over the United up or an artificial and unnatural de- Atlantic Grand Council Jurisdiction Juno 8, 1809, he laid the corner- camio to Denver In 1885. After his mere is a word of warnlnsr and! of the machine. mand for naturalization. Citizenship of the Young 'Men's .Institute. At stone of St. Patrick's, to which his ordination he spent nine years at vice In this wholo mattor for Rttholil States. , to sendl Just as a prominent Democrat Is a privilege, not a right. It should torney Robert T. Burke, of this city, people objected to at first because It tho (College of the Sacred iHeart and parents who aro Inclined snhnnlR stated the other day, "there Is no bo Bought by tho alien himself with- is tho Grand President and will was too far out of town, too large for three years was President of ' their children to NATIONAL SHRINE. gratitude or feeling for the rights out any urging by foolish "reform- preside over the convention. Tho and too costly. But he went ahead that Institution. Father Schuler Is and colleges because of "broadening" and opinions of others In the ma-The efforts of our Catholic women ers." Tho man who Is practically convention will open Monday morn- and built it, and It Is worthy of note the rirst Jesuit to be called to serve mnuences or such places. These In-chine makeup," anyone not licking to build on the grounds of tho Cath- dragged In by tho heels and urged to ing, August 1G, after high mass at that this Jesuit priest from Alsaco as Bishop in America in more than stltutlons are bullded on a false basiij and are teaching a false and ur the boots of the leaders being cast olic University a noble temple In renounce allegiance to his native tho Cathedral, and In the afternoon placed the future archdiocese of fifty years. aside. As an example of gratitude honor of Mary Immaculate aro meet- country Is not accomplishing his there wll be an automobile ride overt Now York under tho patronage of natural education. Even In "pracj the case of 'Beckham can be pointed ing with great success. It is hoped naturalization In tho way we desire. the city, with a stop at Trinity club; St. Patrick. ileal matters," in the superiority LAKES HAVE FALLEN, out. Saved by liquor men In thq that within two or three years the Better that foreigners should never house for refreshments. At night which they greatly prided then Tho four "young masters" menAugust primary and saved by tho crypt or basement of this beautiful loin our citizen body than that our there will be a banquet at the Seel-- tioned in his letter wore James St. Joseph's lake at Notre Damo selves, they have found that theyl vote of Louisville In November, ho may be begun and standard of citizenship should be baefh. Tuesday there will be tw0 Wallace, Michael White, James Red- University, from which the great have been In error, as this case ofi turns on the first named as soon as Gothic edificecontemplated, the crypt lowered by tho naturalization of sessions and a moonlight ride up the; mond and Adam Marshall, Jesuit Institution takes Its name of Notre coeducation Is gradually proving. opened. As elected and then to spite the Louis? C. B. of C. V. In men who are not thoroughly familiar river. Wednesday the convention) scholastics, and with thorn as a Dame du Lac (Our Lady of tho would be about thirty-tw- o feet vlllo crowd who wanted McDermott height its business, and would furnish accommo- and in accord with our institutions will close for a trip leaving In tho teaching staff and with Father Fen- Lake), and which furnishes tha In bringing out for Governor he aids to JMammoth, wlck as President, he opened a class- chief water supply of tho uni IRISH PRIEST IN CHINA. 1,000 students. The and to whom the oath of allegiance evening McChesney. Then again every voter dation for to the abovq ical school known as the iNew York versity, has fallen so much during of the means merely tho road to pecuniary Cave. In addition beautiful plaster model of either party knows that the The universality of the church J gain. The acquirement this sort programme tho Louisville Conven- Literary Institution, near St. Pat- - tho last year and a half as to give sacrifice of Lieut. Gov. McDermott shrine, now exhibited at tho San ot citizens threatens of the very tion and Publicity League will en- rick's, and later removed It to Elgin, serious concern to tho university best shown by turning to tho Francisco fair, is attracting much atIn 1911 whon he offered for tha tertain the visiting ladles at lunch a suburban village, now authorities. Approximately 70,000,- - slons for an example. We h nomination of his present position tention nnd meets with general ap- foundations of our liberties.Is an In- on Monday, at summer vaudeville atj St. Patrick's Cathedral on tho site of 000 gallons of water have dlsap- - heard of priests, anostly Frenl "Americanization day" Fifth ave- proval. Indiana has a branch ot the saved the Democratic party when it Ferry on Tuesday poared from the lake. Whether who have received decorations organization for the sult to thoso who acquire citizenship Fontaine and atPark of the coun- nue. was doomed to defeat. The machine; women's ono Through the Rev. (Father Belagh, ' tnIs shrinkage has been caused by researcn wont, dui tno one wl through altruistic motives; it needs afternoon, Kentucky shrine, and Is now showing Its gratitude by blt-- i national try clubs on Wednesday afternoon a famous worthy attd he. secured a lfl snonage or precipitation or oy seems to be moat Impress terly opposing his nomination for women should also help this worthy no ceremony to privilege upon such The Tyler Hotel has been selected foundation IrlBh Jesuit, ursuline nuns the boring of numerous public wells ' tlon just now is an ilrlshof prld or the people tho lilgh they have as official headquarters Is common movement. Governor, although It and the con- from the convent at Black Rock, In the town of South Bend nearby, Father Kennolly, S. J., who Is ccl attained. On the contrary, no knowledge that a prominent leader vention will be held in the Itnllan Cork, and 'Mother Mary Anne Fagan, wnicn may nave tapped the veins necteu witn a mission of Shaughl amount of "Amerlcanlzatioa" cere- rpom. A. O. II. MOOXLTGHT. of the machine had stated that hd the and Sisters Frances de Chantal wnicn supply tho lake, or by.... tnina. He nas a. brother who. monies, eltheV before or after . . . would support iMcDermott in 19154 Welsh and Mary Paul Baldwin ar- construction or. a aramage ditch, parisn priest in Australia, Cndr tv " aaturullzatlon will truly Americanize Tn the local contests entries Tho Hibernian Social Club will blm who acquires citlieushlp LEXINGTON. across the Michigan lake, to which sisters members of tho Sisters rived April 7, 1812. They opened inclosed the other day, the Democrats' give their annual moonljght ex- differently an academy In a pleasantly located Is attributed the fall of Barron Mercy of California. They belol or through ulterior having three Judgeship contestsj cursion on the steamer 'Corona next St. 'Peter's church In Lexington, house which they supposed was tho laKe ten miles from Notre Damo In to a North Kerry family In Irelai viz.: Judge Quarles against Arthur Tuesday evening, and judging from motives. was thronged Monday morning for gift of Stephen Jumel, but for which ancnigan, has not yet been de- - This Chinese-Iris- h prleet spel Wallace. Judge Ray against Judge! the Increasing popularity of these the funeral services of Judge James later ho 'demanded ot its terminea. ut is still hoped that tho cngnsn, rrencn, Spanish, Itall BISHOP'S JUBILEE. Welsslnger and Judge Gregory affairs given by this West End orHilary Mulligan, author of "In Ken- value. Two years later, as they lake will refill. St. Mary's lake, several Chinese dialects and Is pr against Harry Robinson. tucky," For thq ganization a banner crowd Is exformer States. otro Dame, only fifty yards from oi nis Irish accent. The formal celebration of the sli- Consul and Samoa. United friends could not raise the required money Board of Aldermen some one Is got pected to take this trip with the to Many and as no novices joined them, they Bt. Joseph's, has fallen also, 'but only ver JUblloe of tho ordination to the and Ing to find thirteen unlucky, Thomas boys of the A. O. H. Tho proceeds DOUBLE GOLDEN JUBILEI admirers of the famous about two feet. St. Joseph's lake relinquished the undertaking. the Right Rov. Charles J. Campion being added to tho will be used in defraying the ex- priesthood of Bishop of all creeds In pay-acres. It was during his ministry In New covers twenty-thre- e J. O'Reilly, of Baker Cfty, Ing a, last tribute to Joined memory present list who are candidates for penses attached to the purchase of his A priestly golden Jubilee unr Inentry la the Hlbornlan 'Home on Portland took place last Sunday, A solemn Requiem high mass was said by the York that Father Kohlmann was of now Tho loled In any American city wal CONSTANTIXE APPOINTED. high masa was celebrated Rev. Father William T. .Punch, whq strumental in having the sanctity popular with a wldo following and avenue, and 'the friends ot the order Pontifical recoguouDio celebration on July 2 ofi tho confessional legally he la sure not to be the "also ran." can assist them in their laudable in St. Francis Cathedral by the spoke briefly on the life and char- nized. He had received some stolen pasto Mayor Rauth last James J. McCabe, dioAs predicted, Senator Hlte Huffakeij enterprle In addition to spending jubilarlan, attended by 'many acter of Judge .Mulligan. His death property through the confessional Saturday Ernest W. the anDoint- - the sacred Heart church. announced cesan priests and other dignitaries was sudden, resulting from a no opposition for the Senatorial an enjoyable evening. has The boat stroke, and as the case later came Into court ment of William G. Constantino as Michael J. McCabe, pastor' i 'nomination, wnlle George B. Bar1' will leave the foot of Fourth street of the church. At 1 o'clock a ban- of apoplexy, and the news was a, he was summoned to testify. St. 'Louis. He the successor of Capt. John B. Mur- - Michael's, The quet was tendered visiting members shock to his friends In this State refresh-mearett and the three "Wills," Perry at 8:30 o'clock sharp and begged to be excused, urging that phy of the iBoard pt .Metropolitan . brothers, who were ordain of the clergy at Bishop O'Reilly's and throughout the country. will be served on board. HcNally and Duffy, have no opposK he could not be required to divulge Police Commissioners for Jefferson- - gether from the Sulplcian tlon In their respective Legislative Dance music will be furnished by residence. The big event of the day matters known to him only through vine, rne appointment is for the,'" iiammore ijtty years as was the reception at the Baker districts. John Drescher, E. S, Collins' orchestra. TRINITY'S ANNUAL. the r, y of confession. The question unexpired' term and his salary will I only one classmate living.. Theater, a which Mayor C. Ij. Dorsey and L. C. Owens are opcamev'jefore De Witt Clinton, then be $100 per year. Upon all sides the venerable Archbishop Palmer, other city officials and ponents In trie PEWBR VALLE1'. Jo" now Trinity will hold prominent citizens of Baker City took Its innualCounell, Y. iM. I., outing ab Mayort who decided In Father are heard expressions commending Keane, of Dubuque, seph Schmltt, Fred Horn and A. excursion and Koblnunn's favor, and tho principle the selection. The late Archbishop J. J. Spahn in the Forty-sixt- h The people of .Pewee Valley are part. Willand next Wednesday, tha of the sanctity of the confessional Fern St. Louis, was also Re'assma taking lively Interest In the picnic iam A. Kuh and T. A. Fannelly Corona .Making two trips, leaving the, was incorporated In the laws of the CATHEDRAL DEDICATION. to be given there on August 11 for TOOK LONG TRIP. are the other con-the foot of Fjret street at 8:15 in thai State, December 10, 1828. HUNDREDS IN RE1 teetants. The 'Republicans filed, Uhe benefit of the new St. Aloysius morning in the afternoons Father! Kohlmann was recalled The of St. Mary In Bishop- - McGovern, of Cheyenne, The tickets are twenty-fiv- e thalr list of possible nominees, only! church, or which the 'Rev. Bdward by his superiors when Bishop Con- - Minneapolis will be solemnly dedicents, Three hundred one or two changes being made in! Does Is the pastor.' A feature will Wyo., 'recently visited the parish of and as Trlnltr's affairs are always nolly wasexpected to arrive, and he cated on the afternoon of the slate, among them, Joe ConkHntf be the' big country dinner that will Thermopoils, adjoining the Yellow- ,well oonduoNd and enjoyable a arrived in Washington, January 17, August 15, the Feast of Sunday, Congregation ot tl the As- tended the annual being switched from Criminal Judge, be served especially for people from stone National Park on the east. He large attendance is looked for. There 1815, and two years later he was sumption of the iBlessed Virgin week in the Sacrel returned to Cheyenne by way of will be dancing, nthletlcoontests and appolntedv Superior-GenerCommon .Picas. Third division, la the city, There will ba entertainof the Mary, patroneee of the church. The Notre Dame Unlv S vor of 8. A. Jutae-ton- , a new- ment lor- both young-anold and op- Billing!-,- , Mont.; Sheridan, Wyo., and a oall game beiwn the and entlrtPJesiiit treat preacher wal comer in the elty and a newcomer n portunity to enjoy a really delight- Denver, Col,, making a trip of 1.000. Trlplty teams ' of the Mackin City in Washingtonmission and professor Informal opening of the Twin aemlmvy. He filled took place . on May 31, Nugent, O, M., head ful day in tha country. Republican poUtlM.' miles to visit oue parish. League. a both positions until '1i14, when' he 1914. community in Nev nou-Cathol- lc The correspondent of the Providence Journal thus describes the funeral: Danlol Riley was burled from his late home on President avenue and a very large attendance of mourners nnd clorgymen assisted at the solemn high mass of requiem which was sung for tho repose of his soul at St. Joseph's church, with Rev. Bernard Boylan celebrant; Rev. John W. Quirk, of Taunton, as deacon, and Rev. Francis Bradley P. Rev. Thomas Doherty was master of ceremonies. Right Rev. Daniel F. Feehan, Bishop of Fall River, recited tho last pray ers at tho church, being assisted by Rev. Timothy P. Sweeney nnd Rev. James R. Burns, of New Bedford. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery nnd at the' grave tho commltal service was read by Rev. Peter J. Malone, of East Greenwich, assisted by Rev. Fathers Burns, Carr, Morris and O'Connor, the latter from Taunton. Tho bearers were Jeremiah, Robert, Daniel and James Riley, James Kenyon and William F. Flynn, all relatives of deceased. Besides tho Rev. Father Rile?' another son, Daniel W., and a daughter, Miss Jennie L. Riley, survlvo sub-deaco- n. festival for Sts. ary and Elizabeth Hospital, on hosjtal grounds. Fostering a Dangerous Political ' July 29 Moojplght excursion of Was Administrator Until the Ai ameraiu HibernnK' Social Club on Division Through America-intlo- n rival of the Bight Itcvv Homer Smith. Day. Augu&t 5 ffcwn fete on John Connolly. Hall grouniie, Sixth street, near Oak, afterriaan and evening. August 11 pfiBlc of St. Aloysius Citizenship Should Bo' Sought by church at PeweejValloy. Placed tho Future Archdiocese 4-- HIj and Park. To Mnko DIstlncton Between Loos church,June 8 Monday, Summer fes- - What Father Kohlmann AccomDifferent Classes of Our plished For Diocese in Its tlval on St. Jams f school sounds, a uaenside. Bordstown road Citizens; Early Days. July 9 A ual lawn fete and 28-2- July 22 Gran- picnic for St. a AGED WIDOW DEAD. These Days. -- CBer-tra- tho Alien Without Any Urging. VELCOMKj, VISITOR. Under tho PntroifriirQ St. Patrl Qf re-j- ult Tuesday afternoon Almighty God Issued the Inevitable summons to Mrs. Nora Sullivan Heffernan, widow of David Heffernan, who served her Divine Creator well and faithfully throughout her life. Mrs. Heffernan was bom In Cork, Ireland, eighty-si- x years ago, but camo to Kentucky when a young girl and hero her life had been spent. Sho wns a sister of tho late Frank Sullivan, who was for years a respected resident of Frankfort, and was tho only surviving member of her family. Her relatives hero are three ncjphews, John F., Timothy J. and Frank L. Sullivan, and four nieces, Mrs. W. J. Newman, Miss Hannah Newman, Mrs. B. A. Warren and Mrs. J. D. Beard, 1769 Boiling avenue, with whom sho mado her home. Besides these she leaves several nephews and nieces In Rhode Island. Her funeral was held Thursday morning from St. George's church, and because of her well spent llfo, char- Catholic rdcas Aro Coming to Do Accepted and Will Prevail. Provost Edward Smith and Dr. Gertrude Walker Express Views. Anti-Saloo- ... & - "Native-America- n" Naturalized-American?- "German-American- ," "Italian-Am- Mc-Grat- h, erican," w-- s se . "J?88 th -- I eir-plo- y "', non-Cathol- ic t , J ) . ' .! m .. m two-thir- Ken-tuckl- an j ts Forty-fourt- h, " Forty-seven- th " aii.-ltl- ral al - ,. I ?j it-X- - s jy.v-- j - A m jCBorajoxrsr ijricixx U6KY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ambioax. and Jf r t the SocUJ aa Meo! MvaCiMMtf!rlili OtscMlT Iwlowe by Aaetemt Order o Hike aiaai, Yevar. Mea'i Intttte aa Cataaac KalghU of , aerlc. ITUOKY IHiaH AMERICAN PWtNTINQ U$CR1PT1QN PRICg, ONH DOLLAR PB YEAR Batefaa at aa. CttHn PiriiUahere oo ST. LOUIS THE ( return JULY 24TH rhms 1134 CASINO AND ORPHEUM 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. Leave 10th and Broadway 9:jt p. m. and return July 26 City Ticket Cfflci 4th Md Mats, COconw. rtfJl 8tNOCB COPY Wait ,e Si. Miss (Margaret O'Brien Is spending tho summer with friends at Miss Regina Constantino, of to Chicago. tat UbMtjH ".., u r-i- " "- - U tbt UNTUCtTT . PHci at eBd'.CJi,flHHf. HKSH AMERICAN? dm American National Bank AND THE ....MOONLIGHT EXCtfRSJQN...; --- -' ... al ' 10, , JU15 LOUJSVIDLE. .KY GRATIFYING PROGRESS. SATURDAY, JULY has returned from a visit i Gratifying evidence of earnestness, of solid progress and constant improvement in Catholic education, was shown in the reports of its delegates from all sections of our country at the twelfth annual meeting of the Catholic Educational Society, held last week at St. Paul. Tho general Impression that tho delegates seem to have taken away with them Is one of optimism over the outlook for Catholic education. The many dangers that confront the were all well Catholic schools upon by men marked and dilated whoso names stand high on the list. of educators. A feeling was mani- fest of a tendency rather to build ""iip the Catholic schools than to seek to discredit the State institutions; Comparisons were introduced by way of lending strength to an argument; rather than for the purpose of be1 llttling the opposition. The prac-- j tical nature of the deliberations and of tho various questions that came, In tho Is shown up for discussion resolutions adopted. POLITICAL ACTIVITY. Gen. VIctorlana Huerta and Ge Pa-cuOrozco at El Paso, and Miss Addle Hannon, of Jefferson- vllle, has been spending the week In Southern National Bank Mrs. John Shanley and children. aud, plnd.er.oraxuJned- - nptliua Shanley and Master Why Impede Huerta and give the John Shanley, who wero visiting Mr. and Mrs. William J. Receveur others a free hand? In New Albany, departed Saturday for their home in Indianapolis.. Tho sweep of the Austro-Germarmies through Gallcla Is one of the Dr. M. and Mrs. Casper, 1939 most striking developments of tho West Broadway, have returned from, great war. It can be compared only a month's trip to the West and tho ?, v, MEXICAN ATROCITY. En "route homo to the drive toward Paris last two expositions. they spent with Every day seems to bring with August. iReports from London say Mayo familyseveral days Mlnn the; at Rochester, it the new-- of somo new act of that English Journals betray anxiety infamy by the Mexican bandits that greater than at any tlmo since the Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. JHines will arouses the indignation and horror war began. There is a reason for leave Sunday for a Western trip. They will go Hastings, Neb., of all honest men. Tho news, hero it. Now that Russia has been driven to see Sister first to Raymond, Mary and toforo suppressed, that Oarranzlstas from (Austrian territory a now will then visit Mrs. Margaret Pur-ce- ll destroyed the college at Tlaxcala drive toward the west may be exIn Denver, who will return with lurdered the aged Bishop pected. And then? Time alone them. years) and can tell what may come during tho lena (eighty-fir- e A very pretty wedding was solpriests shows that all profes next few weeks. Wo hope It will emnized Thursday at St. Joseph's of regret and expressions of bring the war's end. church, when Miss Mary Catherine Bertrand became the bride of rralnation to eliminate the evils Andrew The policy is ceremony B. Schneider. tAfter tho l brigaulage by Carranza and his the happy couple are Insincere and offered for played out. If we, do not defend an Eastern honeymoon trip. left for Headers our rights they will be taken away of temporarily assuag ing our indignation. While our from us. The wedding of Miss Emma Madeline Carraro and "Russell J. light to intervene may be Justified The motto of the local Board ol Jones took place Wednesday morn:ily on the grounds that the righto ing at 8 o'clock. St. Mary our citizens In Mexican territory Education seems to be "no home church, Brook and College The Rev. William Gause-postreets. ive been violated, yet the slaughter talent need apply." performed tho ceremony. lot Innocent men and women by HAVE NO HOPE, responsible brigands ought to ap- Jesse Hilton, son of Eugene bal to the chivalry of the nation Hodo for the recovery of Arch Hilton, and Miss iRuth Overton, Id justify it in an attempt to bishop Quigley, who Is at the home daughter of Frank Overton, were abllsh a stable and responsible oi nis Droiner m Rochester, has quietly married Tuesday evening by Very abandoned. The Ivernment. ilf the European na been that he was hnlnc last report tho Holy Rev, Father Curran, pastor was Unnf nllvn of Trinity church, New Alns were not at war, it is safe to by tho use of stimulants, but that bany. Tho bride and groom, who that they would insist upon the end was looked for at nnv mo aro quite well known, will reside on East Oak street, near Vlncennes. lorous action by the United ment. ites for the protection of their A very delightful surprise party CONDITION UNCHANGED" pectlve citizens In Mexico. In was given to Miss Nelle Delaney, absence of such action they .From Lexington comes word that who has recently returned from Mis luld demand the suspension or tho Rev. Father G. A. Van- - souri, where she attended boarding who was injured school for the past year. An Italian, Lndonment of the Monroe doctrine troostenberghe, furnished music for the 111 and at St. thej might enter and from the somo months ago there.is Is making orchestra Those present were Mes- dancers. Joseph's Hospital aos of revolution bring forth only slow progress toward recovery. dames W. It. Ackley, iR. Doyle, M ler and justice, as the Boston ramer van is still confined to his Doran, W. Conway, C. Lindsey: I em Ian forcibly says. There is room and Is nulte weak, but It la Misses Nolle Delaney, Mary Doran, Jane Doran, Mary Connors, Mary) gratifying to know that jrlrtue In longer temporizing. The ing pnyslclans expect his attend Healy, Mayme Gaerlng. Rose Dona ultimately Riled Mexican leaders of today good results. hue, Lorreto McCue, "Florence iRlhn, Inot equal to the task of Anna Mayer, Bridget Cleary, Margaret Grimes, Rose Delaney; Messrs flcatlon. GARDEN PARTY. and The moral s. AcKiey, Harry ACKley. Kenueui rial support of our Govern- The DUbllc is Invited ririrl a larva Ackley, John Connors, Dan Smiths given to a strong should be attendance Is looked for at the gar- - Cbalmer Bowles, Charles Lindsey, In Mexico If we are fearful of uen pariy to De neia next Thursday Joseph Greany, Bernle Sheridan, C. Case 1p. Elmer Ames, Leo Glmple, m rmd intervention. That afternoon and eveninsr at th man can be round we have gant home of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Thomas iBarry. roscninger, Vernon and Sycamore lubt, If the resources of our avenue. There RAISED ON CHURCH. will be numerous - games monal bureau of inlormaand refreshments of all Independence day was fittingly called upon to furnish such kinds. The proeeeds will go to the fund for the euDnort of St. An observed attSouth Boulder, Col., on thony's Hospital. Monday. A large new flap was ILF WAY OXLY. raised for the first time, eiidst Impressive ceremonies, on th fifty-foHOSPITAL FESTIVAL. f laghole of the Sacred Heart ither Gannon, of the Trus The Slaters and friends of Sta. church. fho keep cIom wateh over are can situation, notes that at Mary and Elizabeth Hospital K GIVEN INTO GOOD FNDS. days arranging for jlted States Government bwy these and summer festival the lawn fete for ed that, so far as it oaa the benefit of that deserving instituPope Benedict, In complfftnce with shall be no further tion. Regular meetings are belne a request sent to him by the members rrnents la Mexico held and well attended, the reports of the Mexican hierarchy, (has temindicating that with fair weather this porarily entrusted the affairs of the territory at any year's affair will be a grand eucceee. Apostolic Delegation to Mexico, ised as a base for This fete and festival will be held on whioh is bow vacant, to Archbishop This fc 41m the hospital grounds on July ,28 and Bonzano, Apostolic Delegate to the J United States. the 'arraat of 29, both afternoon and Areola. V ., i VJiEb'-VAnam an s Mag-delene's hl ot From time to time it Is charged by tho 'Menace typo of press and bunco, patriots that tho Catholic church la active in politics, and one of tho preambles of the Junior Order states that that society will bitterly opposd any church activity in politics. Tho following is taken from a local Baptist paper and speaks for itself:! Whereas, The dominant issue at) present in Kentucky politics Is State-wid- e prohibition; and Whereas, The number of Baptist voters In tho State exceeds al Protestant voters combined; and Whereas, If these Baptist voters, are aroused they can carry the State In favor of this dominant issue; therefore be it Resolved, That we pledge our support and urge our Baptist papers of he State w use their editorial AMgmfc prthrsry lection in favor of those candidates pledged to the support of State-wld- o prohibition. Thos. H. Plemmons, President. N. T. Barnes, 'General Manager, forms the ground for strict surveillance now being maintained by) agents of the Department of Justice on Gen. Felix Diaz, Mondragon, Blanquet and iFellpe Angeles, and, other Mexicans of prominence now) living In the United States. What a pity that this attltudo was not taken at the beginning of. revolutionary troubles! Mexico's There might then have been a different story to tell regarding the factions in that unhappy country. At last accounts there wero six dis tinct revolutionary factions fighting each other and ravaging the country. How many of their leaders have crossed the border from the United States, provided with Ameri can arms and ammunition with tho consent of our tolerant Government? Now it seems we have come to tho conclusion that tho Mexican situation should not be further complicated by the addition of more factions stirred up from this sida of the 'Rio Grande. Undoubtedly another factor in our attitude toward Huerta and his possible1 activity in Mexico is the fact that our Government, not long ago, had an unpleasant experience with him. It would be rather uncomfortable to be compelled to treat again with the man who refused to salute tho American flag as President Wilson, demanded. Wo scarcely believe that Huerta plannod to start another revolution in Mexico. While that country has had to suffer untold misery at the hands of Huerta's enemies, he could scarcely hope to gain the ascendancy there again, or to bring peace to his people. His entrance Into Mexico could mean only added miseries for the victims of the revolutionaries. iBut what does President Wilson propose to do to relieve the present situation? It is well to keep Huerta out of Mexico. Why not compel the other bandits down there to cease t'hoir slaughter Nashville. Mfls Lorine McEvoy has spenVling the week with Miss Ray kt Lebanon Junction. Miss Vlezzlo been Mary been COMBINED The Largest Deposits of Any Bank in the State, Totaling Seven Million Dollars. LOCATED AT 322 WEST MAIN STREET, BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH. Tuesday Evening, July Dancing - Hibernian Social Club On Steamer Corona 13, 1015. Bont Leaves Foot of First Street 8:30 Sharp. nNDBR AUSPICES OH , Refreshments Tickets 25c. Bpendinga week in Chicago, the guest of 1Is8 Mario (Walsh. Mrs. Charres O'Brien, Speed aveentertaining Miss nue, has bee Bailie Talbott, cf Bardstown. Hannan has EXCURSION AND OUTING -- Judge Sam Boldrick went to Bay View, Mich., wlthNhls family, who will spend the summeNr there. vllle, spent the past weet in New Albany, the guest of Mrs. Charles Mrs. John King spent the Fourth with her sons, John J., iHarryVand Clay King, at the Frankfort HMel In Minn iMnrv Hocrnn. nf!niith Tamils Coy. Frankfort. This Imndsonio building, now occupied by tho Southern National Bank, built in 1834 and used continuously sinco for banking purposes, is ono of the most commodious and attractive banking houses in tho city. Tho officers and employes of both batiks nro retained and our customers will liuto opportunity to transact business tilth, their old friends as usual. Checks drawn on the Southern National Bank or on tho American National Rank will bo promptly honored as in tho past use 'either book. You will appreciate tho advantage of our increased facilities for meeting jour banking requirements. Wo Invito jour business upon tho assurance of safety,' reliable service and uniform courtesy. OP- TRINITY COUNCIL, No. 230, Y. M. I. Fern Grove, Wednesday, July 14, 1915. Boats leave foot of First street at 8:15 a. m. and 1:15 p. m. Tickets 25 cents. REUNION AND OF OUTING Miss Minnie Murray, or Clifton, was last week the guest of her brother, Eugene Murray, and Mrs. Murray, at Newport. who has Mrs. Corlnne Doane, been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jerry O'Connell, Denmark avenue, has returned to her home in New SAVINGS DEPARTMENT This bank has n well organized Savings Department, which Natlonnl Banks aro now authorized to operate under tho Federal lbeservo Act. For the first tlmo in tho history of banking 'Savings DcWslts have been specifically authorized by Congress, thus affording Government supervision. Tlirco per cent, interest is paid on Savings Dcioslts and tho bank is opcnVrom six to eight o'clock on Saturday nights. Visit ,our modern Safety Deposit A'ault Boves for rent Three Dollars anu upwards. . HENRY THIEMANN, EARL S. GWJN, Pres. com-pound- cl semi-annually At Fern Grove, MACKIN COUNCIL Tuesday, July 20 Thomas Hines and wife, 1023 South Sixth street, leave tomorrow tor Hastings, Neb., to visit their daughter, Sister Mary Raymond, who was Miss Anna Hines. Miss Frances Richards, daughter of Peter Richards, North Pearl street, New Albany, underwent an Vlcc-Prc- s. jxss3xmxsxss'm BOATS LEAVE FOOT OF FIRST STREET AT 8 A. 3L AND 0 A. M. AND t P. M. AND 3 P. 31. TICKETS 25 CENTS. Right to refuse admission by rcfund-in- i; price of ticket. Children, under 0 years of age, accompanied by parents, free. A Diamond Ring gicn ns n pri7o to tho oung lady cashing up the highest amount for salo of tickets. Ring on display at Ed tv. A. Krekcl, Jeweler, 5t8 W. Market street. PRIMARY ELECTION AUGUST 7, 1915. operation for appendicitis Thursday at St. Edward's Hospital. Miss Ethel Greeley, daughter of. .Mr. and Mrs. John F. Greeley, la upending her summer vacation at Grass Creek, Ind., as the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Jane MoDonough. C. 'LV&'B. and JAMES P. GREGORY In a Candidate For as announce the engagement of theAs daughter, Miss Adelaide AdeJ&Vell-Ingtoto Burchel Bermyrfi Kolley, of Paducah. The weMTng will take place in August. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wellington n, BtlRSCHBAUM t Genuine Palm Beach Suits GUARANTEED TO FIT CORRECTLY WITH-OUA BUNCH OR WRINKLE. T Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court CRIMINAL DIVISION Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. ON YOUR VACATION TRIP atrip to California, or elsewhere Whether on a day's outing, on When it comes to Palm Beach Suits we tell you that these Kirschbaum Clothes that we are selling at $7.50 can't be beat. 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FONTAINE FERRY "THK PARK BKAUTIFUV mxm. 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. Dome Phone City 6813 ARTHUR A. WILL Lato News That Will Interest What They Have Been Doing Amusements Galore! Members Here and Elsethe Past Week General New Restaurant. Free Band Concerts, where. News Notes. Dancing Largest and Most Sanitary Swimming to Fifteen members have been added the council at Niagara iFalls. cbnvention at iliddletown. Pool in the Soutn. Boston Knights are making plans Reserved teats on sale at T. P Taylor for the erection of a $500,000 buildWith two new divisions there will in Brooklyn. be twenty-nin- e Drug Co. No. 3, Fourth near Walnut. ing. The Ladies' Auxiliary continues pieces is A band of thirty-fiv- e everywhere. to ,lncreaso in numbers being organized by the council at President .Maloney, of Division 3 Oswego, N. Y. never stops working for the order. Work will soon commence on tho night workers' division The Boston now hall to be erected by the AND SO VERY CHEAP is one of the most progressive in the Knights of Neola, (Iowa. city. MILES FOR Fifty candidates were given the The meetings of Division 1 con- SO CENTS second and third at Shellsburg, to show a marked increase in tinue Wis., the lust Sunday in June. On the Elegent Steamers attendance. There were many Knights in making steady City Division 3 is Trinidad last Sunday, when fifty Louisville progress in reducing the debt on its, candidates were given the highest club house. degree. City given the Thirty candidates were The Knights of New Washington, degrees at the county initiation at One of the above steamers leaves Ohio, gave a happy reception to Indianapolis. the Wharfboat, foot of Third street, Rev. Leo Miller, D. D upon his Division 4 will have tho largest) every Sunday at 9 a. m goes about return from Rome. class ever presented here for tho seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio, Tho Wisconsin Knights' lay where she meets the return boat, arriv men's retreats next initiation. have grown to such log home about 7 p. m. A new division at Beloit, Wis., proportions that four, instead of has "been organized, starting with ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c two, will be given this year. thirty members. Denver Knights are urging a na (Division 4 meets (Monday night tional campaign to have the order and the officers request that do for Catholic young men work attend. Bimllar to that of tho Y. M. C. A. What are our State officers doColorado Springs Knights have DRINK ing? Nothing has been heard from bought the lot next to the home of tjiem for some time. tho Sisters of Loretto, where they plan tho erection of an elaborate Division 1 of Bridgeport, Conn., building. at its recent initiation conferred the degrees on fifty candidates. ILast Sunday Archbishop IHanna (Members of Division 1 were, dedicated the new home of tho Knights of San Mateo, Oal. During elated oevr the last financial state- tho afternoon the second and third ment of Treasurer Keenan. degrees were conferred. Louisville has ono of tho strong est and most energetic Ladles' Auxi GoodI AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. Gee lllaries in tho entire country. The carnival and field day of Division 72 on Monday was one of tho greatest over witnessed in Bos AT FOUNTAINS AND CAFES Timely Record of Some Memor ton, i able Events m the Catholic Father P. J, Madden addressed a History of America. meeting of men Interested in the forming of a division at Westfield, Mass. By James A. Rooney, iLL. D. President Joe Lynch and the July 11, 1820 Erection of the dio members of Dirlson 2 will endeavon cese of Richmond, Va., with the to have a good class for tho next Right 'Rev. Patrick Kelly as first initiation. NORTON BUILDING iBlshop, consecrated in 1821; and Hibernians everywhere mourn the that of Charleston, S. C, with the death of Hon. John T. Keating, N.W. Corner Fourth and Jeffersoo Rlglit Row John England as first twice National President of the Bishop, consecrated September 21, Ancient Order. 1820, in St. iFinbarr's Cathedral, A. L. GUNN Division 1 of Omaha entertained 'Cork, Ireland, refusing to tnke the the County 'Board and mcmibera oath of allegiance to tho King of BAKER AND CONFECTIONER from South Omaha at a big meeting England. Tuesday night. Ico Cream Manufacturer July 12, 1868 The Right Rev. Beautiful gold lockets wero tho iBernard J. McQuald consecrated Home Phone 6674 prizes given by the Ladles' Auxfirst Bishop of Rochester, New iliary for the study of Irish history 110-South Seventh ..Street parochial York; founded the by the young girls of Indianapolis. school system of the diocese, St, The Hibernians of San Francisco Andrew's Seminary In 1870, and St. and vicinity hold frequent public SOCIETY DIRECTORY. Bernard's Theological Seminary meetings. iLast week at San opened September 4, 1893; died Mateo the Rev. P. Foote, S. J., adJanuary 18, 1009. dressed a large gathering under the July liy 1852 Central bulding of auspices of Division 1. A. 0. H. Holy Cross College, Worcester, Mass., destroyed by fire, entailing PICNIC AND OUTING. a loss of $50,000; rebuilt, enDIVISION 1. larged and reopened October 3, Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder-kran- z Rev. Father Fitzgerald and the 1853. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. people of his congregation are mak July 15, 1845 First commencement President Mark Ryan. ing elaborate preparation for the en St. and first degrees conferred-a- t Vice President William CuBhlng. tertainment of one of fhe season's John's College, Fordham, N. Y., Secretary Edward Financial largest gatherings at the annual after which the college was compicnic and outing for the benefit of Clancy. mitted to the caro of the Fathers Recording Secretary James P. St. Leo's church, Highland Park, to of the Society of Jesus with the be held on the spacious grounds ad- Barry. Rev. Augustus Thebaud as PresTreasurer Thomas Keenan. jacent to the church on tho afterident. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. noon and evening of Thursday, July July 16, 1816 Cornerstone of St. tz. An interesting programme of Joseph's Cathedral, Bardstown, amusement features will be pre DIVISION 2. laid by iBishop Benedict Joseph sented, together with an abundance Meets First Wednesday Llederkranz Flagot, the Rey. John Baptist of everything good to eat and drink. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Mary David preaching the serThose who attend are certain to enmon; built on plans drawn by President Joseph Lynch. joy tho day. John Rogers, a Maryland archiVice President Daniel O'Keefe. tect; dedicated August 8, 1819. T. Recording Secretary John CHURCH AND LABOR. Keaney. July 17, 1864 Church of St. Mary Secretary Edward J. Financial or the Mountain, Virginia City, one' of Kelran. "The Church and Labor," Nov., built by the Rev. Patrick a series of sermo.us preached by Monogue Treasurer Thomas Hanpan. at a cost of $20,000, Right Rev. Austin Dowiing, Bishop Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. Hel- dedicated by the Right Rev. eg Des Mojnes, during the last Ion. -- . Eugene O'Connell, Vicar General Lenten season, has been recently of Marysville. published by tho Central Bureau of DIVISION 8. the Central Vercin of St. Louis in WERE MARRIED HERE. pamphlet form. It is ono of the best Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hiber0 Portland. nian Home, of the popular publications of that Elliott B. Mason, an attorney, presentabureau, being a clear-cPresident John M. Maloney. and Miss Margaret McDermott, both, tion of the Catholic attitudo in the Vico President Matt J. O'Brien. of Owensboro, came to Louisville, Secretary conflict between capital and labor. Recording Thomas Wednesday and were married by thq particularly commendable in Killeen. It is Very Rev. P. M. IRock, rector ol that it is truly constructive in its Financial Secretary John J. Hes- - the Cathedral of J.the Assumption ideals and programme,' Bhowlng tho slon, Jr. Mr. Mason is well known in Daviesa evils of liberalism as well as those Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. county, having as Prosecuting Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Kale Attorney there served frequently has; of Socialism, in an attractive and nnd concise manner that will appeal to her. occupied the Crimlnnl bench. Ilia any class of readers, whether they be Sentinel Thomas Noone. bride is the daughter of Michael students or otherwise. Tho pamph MaDermott. Mr. and IMrs. Mason! let is sold for two cents per copy. DIVISION 4. remained in Louisville several daya to make Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, before returning their home In Owensboro. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. VALUE OF THE MASS. Wool embroidery is still used on! Vice President Thomas. Lynch. cummer frocks. At masses Financial Secretary Thomas J. you the hour of death the greatest have heard will bo your Divided skirt' (bathing suits aro Langan. among the new models. Secretary John J. consolation. Recording Every mass will go with you to Organdy figures less conspicu- Barry. Judgment and plead for pardon. ously this season for child wear. Treasurer Pat Connolly. At every imass you can diminish Sergeant-at-Arm- s l. Thomas Black and white is more efthe temporal punishment due to fectively used than ever before. your sins, more or less, according to Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Never have been bathing fashions your fervor. so audacious and so varied as this lAssistlng devoutly at mass you Y. M.I. season. render to the sacred humanity of Stripes aro more popular for Our Lord the greatest homage. JIAOION COUNCIL, 205. child wear than they have been in Ho supplies for many of your a long time. Meets Monday Evenings at Club negligences and omissions. House, 344 North Twenty-sixtCotton voile of fine quality la The power of Satan over you Is considerably used for small girls' diminished. President John J. Lynn. You afford the souls in purgatory dressy frocks. First Vice President John W. tho greatest possible relief. It is a matter for congratulation Murphy. Ono mass heard during your llfo Vice President Martin that the custom of motoring bare Second will be of more benefit to you than P. Schadd. headed is losing vogue. many heard for you after your Treasurer George J. Thornton. Points are much used in the new Financial Secretary A. C. Link. death. frocks there are pointed tunics, and You are preserved from many Recording Secretary William G. skirts cut in deep points at the botn dangers and misfortunes which torn and points in some form appear Buckel. would otherwise have befallen you. Marshal Harry Alberts. on many bodices. You Inside Sentinel Edward Oratzer. every shorten your purgatory by autPrediction is made that for mass. Outsldo Sentinel Harvey Pfelf-fe-r. umn wear voile and etamlne In. Every mass wins for you a higher heavy, coarse weave are to bo featExecutive Committee Frank G. degree of glory in heaven. ured. These are both desirable You receive the priest's blessing, Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank fabrics, for they have an element A. W. Andrlot, John R. which our Lord ratifies in heaven. oQ durability that makes them eco-- i Geller, You kneel amidst a multitude of ' Barry. aomical. holy angels, who are present at the Lacings appear in some of tho adopble sacrifice with roverentlal new frocks and blouses. Sleeves are held by that popular society. Com- awe. prosometimes laced from the elbow to mittees are busy arranging a You ar hl;jed in your temporal the wrist, sometimes from the gramme of, amusements that will good id ""af fairs. shoulder to the elbow. ILacIngs ap- interest everybody. The tickets will When we hear mass and offer the cents. ' pear down the front of blouses and be twenty-fiv- e holy sacrifice in honor of any parat the collar. The lacings are of ticular saint or angel, thijBJtag God HONOR, FOR 'HOGAN. Contrasting color usually. for favors He bestowed cHkn, we anora mm a great Ohio University has conferred the Joy and happiness, degrecfenpr, MACKIN'S REUNION. and degree of Doctor of Laws upon Hon. special love and protectio: Timothy S. Hogan. This Is the first The annual reunion of Mackin Every time we assist a Council, Y. iM. I., takes place this time that this dezree has been con should, besides our other year at Fern Groye on Tuesday, July ferred upon a Cataolk in the history offer H in honor of the s; 20, and promises to surpaaa any ever, ("of that uaiveraitx'. day. Connecticut will hold Its Many Added Attractions! MADE BY High Class Vaudeville. East Broadway FREE SERVICE VULCANIZING VULCANIZING Clay Products Co. are the BEST BRICK MADE IN CO. JEFFERSON COUNTY Bldg. Sales Office: 1010 Inter-SontCoral h. Ridge State CELEBRATED EXTRA BRAT WURST Incorporated 998 OEIOEU STREET Home Phone 1802 and 377 Cumb. Phone Main ABX TOUB XXEAUES TQB IT ENGRAVERS WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS . P. BOBsTWASSZB 00. 877 Home rhone Shawnee 1724 P. I. BURKS & COMPANY (INCORPORATED.) MANUFACTURKRS OF SIMPLY CHARMING ID HPfl IKD BAKERY Modern Own Piano, Wanes and Piano Flayers Repaired and Tuned. 1000-100- PIANO PLAYERS riayer Built in Your -- 8 West Walnut, Lpulsvilio tEfl I3U icn I3U I BUILDER 2481 Home Montgomery Street Phone Shawnee 1010 BROS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS RATTERMAN LAYER LINOLEUM 220 South THEO. Eighth St. Ed H. Ratterman, Manager funeral Directors and Embalaten Home Phone Shawnee 484 2014 Greenwood Avcnne BCHLICH ENGRAVING COMl'ANK ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky 830 W. Main .St., Home Phone City 5674 AUTOMOBILE TIRES I EC Puncture Proof TIREC LLL Pneumatic I IKL J 700 W. BROADWAY BAGS. of of Cincinnati WOLF MOTOROXCLES and ACCESSORIES AND CONFECTIONERY POPE AND READING STANDARD ICE CREAM 8150 to $275 Home Phone Shawnee 1914 Easy Terms Special Prices to Lawn Fetes and R. L. DAVIS Picnics. Twcnty-slxt- h and ForUnndAYCnno N. E. Corner Seventh and Broadway JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER nnd PACKER WAGON OR VAN 252." West Walnut Street PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home Phone Shawnee 198C HENRY SCIIUII 1103 South Seventh Street Home Telephone 2147 Choice Staple nnd Fancy Groceries Meat and Vegetable Market Fine Teas and Coffee Manufacturers of Sacks for Flour Mills, Grain Dealers, Produce Men, Fertilizer, In tho Dried Grain, Ice, etc Write for price "All Ready for Your Griddle on anything- - you may want in the Sack Morning" line. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE J. S. WALKER & Co., PROVISION CO. LOUISVILLE 211 W. Main Street, Louisville, Ky. (Incorporated.) Long DIstanoe Telephone Connections SLICED BACON "SOUTHERN STAR" 5c 5c SOMETHING .NEW (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor HcatiBg J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. Steam and Hot Water Heating 111 JX. THIRD STBEET Home Phone 7846 Cumb. M. 1502 STRUCTURAL IRON WORKS. Foundry and Machine Shop. i,, t, ' GRAINGER & CO., Incorporated Tenth Street, Loulsvlue, Ky. Old Shoes Made Hew. While Ton Walt. SHOE REPAIRING AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING COMPANY 114 West Market Street loniavllle, Sy. Home Phone, City 6381 Work Done CO. THOS. J. BRODERIOK 4392-- J Citra-Col- a PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Phone City Butter a Specialty 1000 Zane Street Home Phone 1191 IRON AND HEAVY HARDWARE. Carriage and Wagon "Woodwork and Hardware TODD-DONIGAN THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED But Its GEM LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY CAREFULLY CURTAINS LAUNDERED BY HAND Hollenbach's Wine House KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprietor Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBACH" C28 W. Main St. SOUR MASU PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. 800-81- 3 CO., IRON Incorporated W. Main street. Importer and Dealer In WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street CASKETS AND JOS. F. BOEHLER JEWELER WORK A SPECIALTY 551 South Shelby Street Between Madison and Chestnut Home Phone, City 9459 FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Both Phones WM. SOS UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES, (Wholesale Only.) NATIONAL CASKET CO., Incorporated Eleventh and Magazine Streets. REPAIR ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR CHARLES WILLMAN PLUMBER v SHEET METAL 4105 Henry Street Homo Phono, Shawnee 1383-- L. Home Phone City 1396 1204 West Market Street DISTILLERS. & CO., Incorporated 720-78- 0 W. Main Street. Kentucky Weller, Old Barbee, Fay-MuOwners J. C. W. Whiskies. Sole Phones--Mai- n Registered Distillery No. 32. J586-City 6253. JOHN T. BARBEE s, STATE HOME KILLED MEATS FAIR MEAT MARKET A Full Lino of Fancy Groceries Both Phones Call and Give Us An Order WE SELL FOR CASH AND HEATING TRACTORS H. W. NEWMAN CON Home Phones Shawnee 592 and 593 Special Rates on Large Orders Wholesale Manufacturers of THE VELVET TIP ICE CREAM CO, Incorporated. WORK HARNESS AND STRAP ICE CREAM and SHERBETS -- 7Cumb. Phone M. 1004-- A $1.00 Per Gallon and Rowaa 110 South Seveiita Street, Louisville S. E. Cor. Twenty-fourt- h HODAPP & MILLER CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION PLUMBING M. J. WALLSIIIELD CONCRETE BLOCKS COLUMNS, ART STONE Contracting Engineer, Steam and Estimates on All Classes of Work Hot Water Heating and Both Phones Sanitary Plumbing Homo Office:' 440 Second Street Construction Co. Ventral Concrete LOUISVILLE, KY. 961 Hamilton Avenue RITTER-inSNNING- S J. F. LINK CO. Shnr-Plee- Receivers and Shippers of nay and z Grain. Manufacturers of Poultry and Stock Feeds Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Incubators and Brooders LOUISVILLE, KY. AMERICAN BRASS WORKS & For Rent, Sale or Exchange. CHILDERS & AVATERS CO. (INCORPORATED) EANS CLEANER AND DYER OF LADIES' FLORIST AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL Choice Cut Flowers nnd DeslgHS n Specialty Home Phono 3117 ' 1124-3- 2 RAMMERS AVENUE Cumb. Phone S. 1640 Home Phone City 7319 Seventh nnd Onk Streets AUTOMOBILE TOPS AND COVERS FORD TOURING CAR COVERS ' 2121 Osage Avcnuo $9.00 GUAHAKTJEBD- iALL- S- C1TV BUGGY PIANO TUNING $2.00 J?2.00 128-13- 0 Soutli Floyd Street HORNUNG REPAIRING Phone Shawnee 1253 & - S33 W. Main St. Phones": City 135 Phone City 1748 B. H. BUETER SURGEON VETERINARY HORSE SHOEING 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET Home Phone, City 2365 Cumb. S. 981 Home, City 931 MgT. PULTISO C H. Qerrard, Preo. & Gen'l Vice-Pre- s. John Hardy, AMERICAN IRON WOBXS Incorporated Incorporated 144 E. JEFFERSON Tel. City 7147 BOILER MAKERS MACHINISTS Bronxe, Brass and Aluminum CastGeneral Jobbing Repairs ings. Model Making and Machine Oxygen Welding-- , Cutting and Brazing. Work. Bath Boom fixtures and Stove Casting's Nickel Plated and Polished. Plate Metal Work and Steel Construction. Brass Beds and Jardinieres AUTO REPAIR SHOP All Kinds of Old Metal Ware Made New. Phones Main 411, East 146, City 8611 JAMES A. HcGILL, I.onlavlUe, Ky. Sec'y-Trea- s. 634 E. Main St. and Gen'l MgT. 0. G. STIGLITZ SONS MANUFACTURERS Louisville Made Furnaces, 210-22- 2 S. Ninth St. Home Phone City 2542 PAINTS, OILS AND VAItXISIIEb R. OEUNESSE PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS VERIBEST MIXED PAINT STRASSEL-GAN- S MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF The Place Where Old Clothes Aro Made to Look Like New." DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. SPALDING CO BUILDING CONTRACTOR PAINT CO. 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET CONFECTIONER AND CATERESS Weddings and Parties Gives , 810 YORK STREET -- -. 213 West Market Street THE BEST $1, $1.50, Special Attention Charles Wolf, Manager Phono South 1753 CO. O. Louisville, Ky. $2 HATS AT THE OARRELL-ROGER- S Incorporated. CARPET CLEANING, RUG MANU FACTORING AND WALL PAPER CLEANING Telephone City 2357 053-5- 0 South Clay Street F. BENDER First Communion Books ROSARIES SCAPULAR MEDALS See onr new book, ''IIov to Got 1818-182- JERSEY DAIRY Ico Cream' Manufacturer Special Prices to Churches and Picnics Both Phones First and College Streets ut 1 FA ) 9 " (AUU iCsl Mn.rled." Every Devotional Article herew No trouble to show goods. DR. 713-71- J. T. CHAWK STREET I Rogers Church Goods Co.! Ail the late and new Styles and Shapes ctn be found here at reasonable prices. 129 S. FOURTH AVE. 5 TtteffetMS Veterinary Infirmary. SOUTH SEVENTH - CM., Hm, S. 299a. FRANK FEHR BREWING CO JJMBORPORaTED City 2399. Far-rel- A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. h. ; . ,, IN BOTTLES 'FOR HOME USE , OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Brewers and Bottlei LOXJISVITiTK. KY. Cumb. Phone West 191 Heme Phone. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, JOHN B. SHRANK WALTERS' WIEDEMAN BreORFOKATFD Clay Street Brewery 503, 510 and 513 CLAY STREET. tblbmwhc i --3 BREWING COMPANY'S (jeieoratea uraugnt ana at all leading bars and cafes. QRUBER DI boctm m ' ' louisviljlij. jkt. ., JBZEIVTXJOHCY IStLH Candidate For AJS00&J&XOAJSP. ALVIN STEGER Making Winning Rnco for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals Nomination. 11 BACOH a SON' INCORPORATED PROF. V. O. GILBERT Candidate For OHioe oJ Superin tendent of Pnblic IoHtruc tion. Prof. V. O. Gilbert, present Asof 'Instruc' sistant Superintendent tion, Is receiving many Indorsements throughout the State for tha office of Superintendent of Fubllq I'rimarr EIccUoh, 'August 7, 1015. II I M II 1 1 II M I Mi 1 11 111 1 1 1 11 m 111 m; JAMES QUARLES I HERMAN STRAUS FOURTH AVCMUB SONS MARKET evCOfPGtoVeO STMIT r CIRCUIT JUDGE First-Divisio- We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. Vacation Time Is Here! GET READY FOR IT NOW. ssssssssssssssssssssP! lBsssssfvBHSB jIssMbsV SUITCASES, TRUNKS, BAGS Matting Sultcasei ; cloth lined; brass lock and clamps; enpeclally priced nt Fiber Matting1 Bnltcaiea; steel frame; cloth lined; straps all around; excellent value CI Pjll 98c Xaratol Suitcases; steel frame; linen lined; hand sewed swinging handle; a splendid GO case for Cowhide Suitcases; steel frame; linen lined; shirt fold; hand sewed; (JX excellent bargain sssssssfsssKTV'issK ,HrW'jTI BBBBBSraill BSSSSSHBSSM 'flssssssssssssssl ' 2 TflsV 'HsLHL ISi (( Kja,JJ Isssssh ff OtJ.JJ W'""! I CHAMPION TENNIS OXFORDS uppers; They have white or black soles; priced, per pair, as follows! to 8, M and Women's Sizes, 2 and P width and Misses' Sizes, 11 to 2 some to Black leather Bags; English frame; new patent catch; Inset lock; worth $5.50; sale CJ 7K &'.?!! IJ price Canvas Covered Trunks: Iron bot Slatlese Trunks; veneered box; tom and Iron bound; brass lock and bumners: extra dowels; all covered Iron bottom; brass bound and brass tray; heavy.straps over top; size 3C bumpers; heavy straps; has extra tray; Inches; a splendid trunk 2K Kfl dress price worth $11.00; QQ sale for the price swinging handle; regular riber Suitcases; linen lined; steel frame; shirt fold; hand sewed $3.00 ff MHuim "' & 1ft. l7 "' m .1 sssssssssssT 9 'Kx.Ljissssssssk. J '' S2.25 Or' of them have white rubber 11 to 2, Children's Sizes, 5 60c 60c 75c 65c Youth's Sizes, heavy soles heavy soles Boys' Sizes, 2 10VS to C, 50c 60c 75c - Rub Tennis Backets; has mahogany throat piece and checked handle; strung with white gut; this Is the most popular low priced racket; sizes 12 to 14 ounces; CO flfi each Wright & Dltson Star Tennis Balls. Tennis Rackets and with splendid Backets; made white ash frame; small size head and strung with Oriental G1 fK OXtiWt gut; price Tennis Bolls; we have quite a varied line of tennis balls ranging In prices from 50c down 2nf ffKS4K3KS$$S$4$ The Day's Begun Right X liWSSsBSSSsi 1-- 2 When You Daink Good Coffee. ix IHilBIB Vw'cjaaKjXKiiafaTaSBBBr L.bs. New Blend Coffee good AT with special STORE nbaU ticket CLOSES for 10c In tradt, 65c 6 P. M, DURING JULY AND AUGUST, JOHN 3MC. JVIUIvIO Y BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 W. MARKET ST. 4$$mSSSSSxJ43s3x$ WWVVVVVWWW INGOREORATKD. 5 WHOLBSAtB AND RETAIL. PHONE-SOU- TH ?VVkWvWVVVVfcWiWiM EVERY GARMENT 25w. CITVT 1866. Instruction, for which he Is a candidate, subject to the action of tho Democratic party In the primary of) August 7. Prof. Gilbert's friends; and supporters aver that because of his experience gained In his present) posltoln he Is the logical candidate; for the office and that his good lecord Is deesrvlng of promotion the. samo as In any other business or, walk of life. Ho has been con-- i nected with the public schools ln different capacities for over thirty 44th Legislative District years and during that time haa, served as teacher in county schools Subject to Action ot the Democratic County Superintendent, City Superi Party. lntondent, and for more than six years a member oi tne tacuity or tne wesw J em Kentucky State Normal School. Prof. Gilbert's platform Is one that appeals to the citizens of all classes and Is as follows: "First To administer the office of State Superintendent as econom ically as it can he done, consistent with efficiency. FOR "Second To with the County Superintendents of the State, and to aid them in every possible way in the great work of building up an efficient system of schools. My policy shall always be to holp, 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 servo the city boards of education and city departments. "Fourth To in every possible way with tho 'boards of which the State Superintendent may oe a member. "Fifth To the organization ot courses of study, so as to adjust JAxe educational machinery and worjt ot the schools to tho practical living needs of the community ,dt large, Soventh Magisterial District and to hold constantly ,beforo the children examples of temperance, Comprising the Eighth, Ninth and culture and good citizenship. Tenth wards and precincts 3G to 52 e "Sixth especially of the Eleventh ward. with the Illiteracy commission. Tho Subject to the action of the DemoT State Superintendent Is mado by law cratic party. .' a member of this commission, and I Primary, Saturday, August 7, 1015. shall most heartily with tho commission In its great work of eliminating adult illiteracy and VOTE FOR illiteracy in general." Judging from tho expressions of opinion of newspaper men and political leaders throughout tho Chancery Branch. State Alvin Steger, of Owenton, has Subject to tho Action of tho mado a runaway race of it for tho Democratic nomination for Clerk of Democratic Party. the Court of Appeals, ho being popular with all factions and organizaPrimary. Saturday, Aue 7, 1915 tions in tho Democratic party. Mr. Steger has long served as Clerk of the Owen Circuit Court, being eleven years in ofllco, and this experience in the opinion of many has CANDIDATE FOR woll fitted him for the offlce to which he aspires. In 1913 ho was elected President ot the Kentucky Association of County and Circuit Clerks and tho members of this body throughout the State aro now his loyal and staunch supporters. Mr. Steger has made a canvass of the State during tho past few weeks and is more than pleased at the many kind offers of support which have come to him unsolicited. In this district, the banner ono of the Stato from a Democratic standpoint, it is expected ho will receive a handsome plurality, having mado many friends here among the Democrats in (111! E. S. D0RSEY JULY CLEARANCE G. B LIKENS Muking Active Canvass of Stato for Nomination for Secretary of State. G. B. Likens, candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Secretary ot State, was in this city tho past week and expressed himself as being satisfied with the roeult of his canvass in the different State districts. Many offers of support have come to him unsolicited because of his record in tho Auditor's ofllce during the present administration, and Democratic leaders and officials say that he would, make an excellent asset on the ticket for the November election. Mr. Likens' past record In the Democratic ranks entitles him to favorable consideration, belonging to what might bo called tho Wood-roWilson typo of Democrats, beginning his career as principal of the High School at South Carrollton, serving there for two years before venturing on a political career. Ho Is popular alike with all classes, his Democracy being sound In every way, this attrlbue giving him a large following In his native bailiwick, Hartford, where he has served as Chairman of the Democratic Executive Committee of Ohio county for four years. His friends assert that he will be given a record breaking vote in tho coming primary. w SALE IS iiNOW IN PROGRESS All Summer REPRESENTATIVE radically reduced. We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates I l Magistrate SID DOUTIIITT Candidate for Jtullroad Commissioner Subject to Action of Democratic Party. H. M. Froman of Ghent, Carroll County FOR THE b4 VOTE HHM(HHHHHMIIHIi ' FOR -- Toco-operat- Democratic Nomination For CLEANED SEPARATELY AND BY HAND TWIX CITV LEAGUE. "You Have Tried the Rest; Now Try the BEST." PALM BEACH SUITS CLEANED BY THE Soft Water and Olive Oil Soap Process. THIS METHOD UNEXCELLED. 50c Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing Co. "THE nODSE WITH THE REPUTATION." Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. O.NK uuuuak starts a Savines Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old German Insurance BanK Under the Big Clock Second and Market State Government Supervision. QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Another banner crowd attended the Fourth of July games of tho Twin City League last Sunday and were rewarded by witnessing some exciting contests and sterling ball, tho feature game between the Champs and Imperials being spoiled by the action of Manager Eschmann, of the latter team, who withdrew his club from tho field in tho seventh inning because of a decision of tho umpire, Injuring not only the chances of his team but giving a black eye to tho league's slogan of "clean ball." No one admires a quitter in any sport or walk of life and there can be no defense for the action of the Imperial manager. The game resulted in a 7 to 5 victory for tho Champs. Bertrand beat Trinity 9 to 4, K. of C. won over tho Bruins 10 to 8, and Olympics vanquished Mackin in a 4 to 2 game. Every player in the league is interesting his friends in the annual field meet, which takes plate at Eclipse Park next Sunday, and it Is tho duty of every fan or fannetto to support this meet in a financial way as part re turn for the splendid ball furnished this season. Ono hundred and fifty dollars in gold will be awardod on that date as a special feature. Man ager Clines, of the K. of C, promises a surprise tomorrow for the Champs, having secured Bohannon, the star twlrler, against tho Champs. Trinity vs. Imperials, Bruins vs. Mackin and Bertrands vs. Olympics are the other games. Standing to dato: 1 11 Champs .917 Olympics MONUMENTS Sid Douthltt, of Henry county, Is receiving much encouragement In his race for the Democratic nomination for Kallroad Commissioner in the Second district, and Claims that; he will receive a substantial plur ality In tho August primary. Tula district is composed of, the following counties: Adair, Anderson, Bullitt, Boyle, Casey, Carroll, Clinton, Cumberland, Fayette, Franklin, Gallatin, Garrard, Green, Henry, Jefferson, Jessamine, Lincoln, jMarion, Mercer, 1915 Nelson, Oldham, Owen, Pulaski, Russell, Scott, Shelby, Spencer, Practical Farmer and Friend to Labor. Washington, Taylor, Trimble, H Wayne and Woodford. Mr. Douthltt has been Circuit Clerk of Henry; county for the past twelve yearB and has obtained a following in that section who aro now boosting his; 418 WEST OKMSBY AVENUE. candidacy for Railroad Commissioner. Ho is known all over thq Conducted by Dominican Sisters from the Mother House of the Stato to tho many Democratic leaders in every section, all paying Order, St. Catherine of Sienna Convent, Springfield, Ky. The Academy offers thorough Primary, Preparatory, Comtribute to him as an official and citizen. Mr. Douthltt Is a man who mercial and Acaddmic Courses and special attention is given the CANDIDATE FOR Is In every way qualified for tho; study of Music and Art. position he seeks. He has great) Lessons in Needle Work are inc'uded in the curriculum. executive abljlty, Is one of the For information address the Academy. men of the day, a splendid From the 46th Legislative District man of affairs, and above all he is, composed of the 2d and 3d Wards. a Democrat whoso devotion to bla DAN J. HENNESSY EDYV. A. AXMAN HOME PHONE CITY 3238 Subject to Action of the Democratic party makes him one of the 'best; Ho would make aj Party. workors it has. Spring Styles Now On Display fine Commissioner, and wherever hej goes during his campaign his popularity follows and overtakes FRED HORN Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics. Primary Election Saturday, August 7th, HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY Representative 'a best-post- ed him. i nOLY ROSAHV ACADEMY. Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS 425 WJeffers3n S'rect MART GEHER & SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET. II 1111 possible amount of gas. It is made to last. The most popular cooking device in the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, bakes perfectly and consumes the least K.ofC Bertrands ..9 8 6 3 2 1 2 2 S .818 .800 .5(5 Trinity.. Imperials GOOD Rrulos Mackin Markers and Mausoleums. Send for our illustrateddesizns and prices. Large and new stock to select from all high class work. 3 7 7 fl 11 .300 .300 .182 083 property at the northeast corner oC Fourth and Park avenue, extending 13C feet on Fourth and 190 feett deep, and will erect thereon a school building that will rank with tho finest in the country. Holy Rosarji has educated many pupils of this) city, and the increase in numbersi necessitates the larger school. MEET MILLEKS. Holy Rosary Aca'demy, now located at 418 West Onrnsby avenue UPSTAIRS STORE and presided over by the Dominican Bisters, has purchased the splendid AMERICAN BOTTLING WORKS J. ENOLERT, Proprietor. LEMON SOUR ORIGINATORSSeltzer, - FElUtr BILL. Ut j. 11111 mm, I Mff. O Tm. Mill IUIHIIIIII P. J., Viw tit, t Trm. BANHON, 1 H'H-M-- H LAWRENCE J. VEENEM AN, ? Stcnter. BANNON 4 Cvlvart ripe, PIPE CO. ' Kaunas' fatent LM4mI Pijw forSteaa Ceatfvlts, Wall Capi.tf, Draia Tile, Yitrli Brick, Froefin', Flae Liain', Fire IrlcK rat and Baiter Til, Graaai Fire Clay, Ckiaaar ftps. Office S28 west jeffbrson 6. Theater beginning with the matinee tomorrow afternoon. Others on the excellent bill are the Pantzer Duo, Max Lairbe, Lou Lrockett and Jack Waldron and Selma Braatz, a comely female Juggler. With the coming of tne sultry summer days there is a 'continual Increase In the attendance at the park. Not only proving more are the device popular with the paifQ.n'V bujj tho swimming pool Is perhapsSf'-owlnthe moat noticeable increase in busi ness, and the management is highly it elatedB this fact, feeling as and does months of July prove banner ones for rerry. g comeThere aro many black-fac- e dians on the stage today, but there is only ono Bert Sword he of min-Btr- el fame. Dear old comic and entertaining Bert will be In our midst next week, opening an engagement at the Fontaine "Ferry Park New Muldoon Monument Co. Tho Louisville team will play Joo Cantillon's fast coming aggregation tomorrow, Monday, Tuesday and 625 South Third St. columns are due for a battle royal, the wily veteran having a rejuven- aieu team, wuicn ngures to Do a first division contender, despite many wiseacres, who hurriedly selected Minneapolis as cellar place contenders. After leaving Minneapolis the Colonels will go to Kansas City for three games, then to Milwaukee for four games, returning home July 23 to open up with their hoodoo opponents, the Cleveland aggregation, which to date has beaten Louisville nine out of fifteen games. The fans are glad to see "Red" back in the lineup, his presence making the team 25 per cent stronger, and If tho annual award of merit was givon at this time the little sorrel top would rank first easily. Most pleasing to the fans and Fifth public in general was the generous attendance at the Indianapolis games chaplain on bia staff. The Bishop and for once Owner Wathen got has served with Govs, Johnson and more than an even break with i Jupiter Pluvlus. Ebarhart. Cola, Phosphate, 222-22- 4 Ale, SOUTH TWELFTH STREET. Ginger Etc. Wednesday, and as piedicted in these Home Phone City 1355. GERMAN BANK BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA Cor-rid- on WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. JHthe 111 and Market Sts. BVHONKlflTY 573-178- CUMH. MAIN 507. , lolia Ave., Bt. 9tfc ad lOtb. o IIIMIIMHIMMIIli ISHOP IiAWLBR. H V McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky lamtnond. of Intedi Bishop iLwlr w Minnesota, O (1 1 I