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Kentucky Irish American: July 17, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915071701_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: July 17, 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 JIako" CENTURY CYCLE CO. INCORPORATED. 405 West Broadway Kentucky Irish American NO. 3. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1915.1 INDIAN MOTORCYCLES Master of Them All CENTURY CYCLE CO. INCORPORATED. 405 West Broadway VOLUME XXXV. ui sa PRICE FIVE CENTS. and Fred Horn claim thoy will beat; tho present Incumbent in the Forty-sixth, bishop P. A, Feohan. Tho news of the elevation of her son to tho position of head of ono of tho most important dioceses of tho country camo to Mrs. Qulgley when sho was years old. nearly eighty-thre- e "Build the churches and the Quigloy Passes schools" was his order to tho pastors First Superior ,of tho Sisters of Archhlshop parochlr.l result Is Charity in Now York a Away at Home of Ills Brother and tho of Chicagothat theadmittedly aro schools Convert. representative of tho country. Charhi Itochcstcr. ity played an important part in his Tho home for orphans at work. Boys' Feehanvlllo, tho Working Homo End Comes After LongFightFor tinctly and numerous other dis-a Was tho Associate of Mother Catholic charities received Scton and Earnest Worker IAfohy the Distinguished major portion of his attention. Thq For Charity. first Catholic Congress, held in Churchman. 1908, marked tho culmination of another feature of tho Archbishop's work since his advent in the Chicago Cemetery at This congress was atFuneral Services Held Thursday archdiocese. delegates from all over Her Itcmalns Lie in tended by St. A'inccnt on tho Mt. In lloly Name Cathedral, the country. The Catholic Church Hudson. Chicago. Extension Society was also one enterprise which Archbishop Qulgley fostered. Ho was one of the hardest of hard workers, and to this his death is attributed. JOINED CHURCH EARLY IN LIFE WAS INDEFATIGABLE WORRKER INTO REST MOTHER BOYLE COMING EVBNTS. 5 Qrand for St. Leo's church, Highland Park. Anriualflawn feto and 9 July festival for Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, on hospltaljfgrounds. July 29 Moonlight excursion of Will Inspect Returns Carefully Emerald Hibernian Social Club on From the Mountain Homer Smith. $& Districts. August 5 Laws" fete on Hall groundsffcj Sixth street, near Oak, afternoonjand evening. August 11 Plcnlwof St. Aloysius Sure Defeat Aliend If Republican church at Peweo Valley. 22 28-24-- July T'i picnic DEMOCRATS i RADICALISM Spreading Among Students in States and Protestant Institutions. Non-Sectarian AWFUL DEATH. Ber-tra- nd CATHOLIC ORPHAN SOCIETY. The final meeting of James Edward Orphan Society Picnic. the Catholic Committee was held Monday night, and there was much enthusiasm when announcement was made that tho proceeds exceeded those of last year by over $1,500. Some of the Chairmen being unable to make complete reports, arrangements were made behad been ill nearly two months, May whereby all business pertaining to In Washington on ing stricken to tho celebrction will be cared for by 5. On Juno 1 he was taken con- President W T. Meehan and Joseph City, and although his Atlantic A. Hoerter at 321 West Jefferson dition was still serious on Juno 25 street. A detailed statement of rereturn ceipts and expenses his physician sanctioned his Accordwill bo pubto Chicago by easy stages. lished as soon as tho reports are subing to the outlined itinerary ho was mitted. A vote ot thanks was to stop first in Rochester, go on to tendered tho local press ond the genBuffalo, his old home, and proceed eral public for their int,erc.it in tho thence, when anle, to Chicago. The picnic, and also to tho Knights of first stage of tho Journey overtaxed Columbus for the use of their hall. hla Btrength, however, and though Boforo adjourning present he made a bravo fight nis death bad arose and gave three those for the cheers not been unexpected. officers of the committee and tho The body of the Archbishop was ladles for tho faithful services renreanovod Sunday from the homo of dered. The success achieved eshis brother to St. Patrick's Cathethis picnic and celebration dral in Rochester, whore it romained tablishesorphans an annual affair in Monday afternoon, for the in state until tho With tho handsome when a special train took the re- sum future. tho society realized will bo endelegation of Chicago, a mains to to mako further desirablo imtho Rochester Knights accompanying abled Monday provements at both St. Vincent's and them as a bodyguard. morning a solemn Pontifical requiem St. Thomas' Asylums. mass was celebrated in tho .Roches-to- r DEATn a snocic. Cathedral, .Bishop Hlckoy officiating. Over 300 members of the Friends and relatives were deeply clergy, including a delegation of and fifty from grieved when they learned Tuesday 100 from Chicago death of Buffalo, assisted at tho services. morning of the sudden Upon Its arrival In Chicago the body Mrs. Mayrao Popo Maloney, beloved was taken to tho Holy Name Cathe- wife of John Maloney, following a dral, where the funeral, tho most surgical operation at St. Joseph's imposing ever witnessed in that city, Infirmary. Mrs. Malonoy was ono morning. of the prominent workers in Catholic place Thursday took Archbishop Hanna, of San Francisco, charity circles and was active at tho Saturdayshe' 'bc- preach'etT'the'" funeral sermon, arid Orphans1 picnic. present were high church dignitaries camo ill at her home, 1246 South and priests from nearly every dio- First street, and though everything cese In the country. The tribute possible was done for her she passed paid Archbishop Quigloy was one of peacefully away Monday night. Mrs. tho greatest and most Impressive Maloney was a native of Springfield, ever witnessed in the United States. but this city had been her home Surviving her aro James Edward Qulgley was born since childhood. Ontario, her husband and a son, John; two In tho village of Oshawa, on October 15, 1855. His parents, daughters, Misses Mario and Louise; Edward Pope, of Thomas and Ellon Quigloy, camo to flvo brothers, Ireland In 1847. Louisville; George R., of Denver; from America When "Jimmy," as he was known In Col. Henry L., of Charlestown, Ind.; Joseph C, of Chicago, and A. Kenboyhood, was an Infant in arms the youngest but ono of seven chil- ton Popo, of Los Angeles, Cal., and dren his parents moved to Lima, a sister. Miss Flora Pope, of Louisfor three ville. Her funeral was held ThursN. T., where they lived years, and then moved to (Rochester, day morning from St. Louis church, tho large attendance where Mrs. Qulgley resided until her death in 1008 at tho ago of eighty-eig- being a testimonial of esteem and years. The father of the respect. churchman was for years a leading WINS EXPOSITION TRIP. contractor and builder of Rochester. Ho died in 1899, shortly after his Fred Doyle, of Chicago, son of son had been consecrated Bishop of Throughout her life the Mr. and (Mrs. John A. Doylo, tho Buffalo. Archbishop's mother romained his former the President of tho St. Vinclosest friend and the pivot about cent do Paul Society in this city, which all his Ideals, ambitions and won ono of the trips to the Caliaspirations revolved. Sho set her fornia expositions given by the heart on "Jimmy" becoming a Selig Film Company to three persons writing tho foest account of any priest. (Completing his preparatory course picture show he had seen. Doyle of selected as his subject the film ot schools in tho parochial Rochester, younr Qulgley. went to "Fanchon tho Cricket." "While in 8t. Joseph's College in Buffalo, California he will visit his uncle, where ho graduated in 1872 at the Father Anthony Harig, who Is now In that year a at St. Patrick's Seminary, Menlo head of his class. competitive examination was held in Park. Father Harlg for many years Catonsville, Buffalo for a West Point cadetshlp, was at St. Charles, and young Qulgley was chosen by teaching at the seminary there. tho faculty to enter tho lists for the DELEGATES. FEDERATION college. He won. A cadet's unifor tho form had no attraction seventeen-year-ol- d A splendid meeting of the Jefferboy, however, and he declined the profferod honor at son County Catholic Federation was a word from the mother, who saw held at the Knights of Columbus but ono goal for her boy. The next Hall, at which there were several adyear was spent In the Vlncentian dresses looking to an increased Quito an amount of Seminary of Our (Lady of Angels at membership. By a peculiar coincidence routine business was transacted. In Buffalo. It was through tho efforts of the response to tho call of the National tho following wore late 'Bishop IRyan, of Buffalo, whom Federation years elected delegates to tho Toledo conho was to succeed twonty-fou- r later, that a "burso" in the Uni- vention, which opens August 15: versity of Innsbruck of the Austrian President and Mrs. Peter S. Ganz, Tyrol was obtained for tho future Councilman Thomas Dolan, Jaeob prelate In 1873. From there he Hubbuch, Lawronco J. Mackey, Col. wont to the College of the Propa- H. A. Vonderheldo and L. H. Rapp. ganda at Home. There In 1879 ho TAKING THEOl ANNAUIi. attained the dignity of Doctor of Theology. Earlier in .the same year Lieut. William Conlifte, Sergt. J. he had received holy orders at the hands of the Cardinal Vicar of M. "Ridge and Patrolmen Tom James Hershey, J. B. Horan, Rome. On his return to America Father Mike Russ and R. J. Tennelly, of the was at local police force, havo been off this Qulgloy's first pastorate Attica, N. Y becoming Tector of the week enjoying their annual ten days' Buffalo Cathedral In 1884. Two vacation. Following their return years later ho becamo Irremovable to duty Lieut. M. J. iRawley, Lieut. rector of St. Bridget's church there, M. J. Loamey, Sergt. (Pat Kenealy and the following year was con- and Patrolmen A. C. Connelly, W. J. secrated JBIshop of iButfalo to suc- McGratfl, John F. Connelly and ceed hid friend and benefactor, Frank Pasllck will leave for various Bishop Ryan. In tho diocese of places to seek enjoyment and reBuffalo he built new churches, re- cuperation. vised tho parochial school system, MISS DUFF3T ITORT. and placed the (Buffalo church on a business basis. This work he carried eighteen Miss Dorothy Duffy, on In Chicago. He would stop and chat with a day laborer or a banker years old, who suffered serious in without a change in manner. At juries when she was run down toy an automobile heart ho still was the "Jimmy" of Twentieth-an- last Saturday evening at Broadway, and has his schookQat.ee' memory, and lis personality asserted Itself to win a since been at Sts, Mary and Elizabeth Hospital unn'eiN.the care of Dr. wide following. On December 15, 1902, the Con- M. Casper, has leen pronounced out gregation of the 'Propaganda at of danger and will be able, to be reRome selected the young IBiehop of moved to her home, 2432 gt.vXarer Buffalo as the ueeoMor of Arch street, the first ot next week) Qulcley, the able and distinguished Archbishop of 'Chicago, was released from earthly suffering and passed Into tho heavenly realms Saturday evening at the home of his brother, Chief of Pollco Joseph M. Qulgley, In "Rochester. Archbishop Qulgley Tho (Most Rev. -- asylums-andrjjhanag- Ber-tran- d's ht Mc-Go- ff, - Candidate. plain Sister of Charity Mother Elizabeth served humbly and willingly In tho Prince j street asylum asylum on and in tho Expected Eleventh street untuTin 1851 she Logan County Hardly to Do So Wecl For Machine wns appointed Superior of St. Patrick's male orphan asylum, over This Year. which Bhe presided for ten years and where sho passed to her reward June 21, 1SG1. Her remains He in tho cemetery at Mount St. Vincent CHOICE George Dodt, Cheyenne, Wyo., and '' KEENON A MACHINE on tho Hudson. Charles Dodt, San Francisco, and two sisters, Mrs. John Graham, of RECENT DEATHS. Buffalo, N. Y., and Miss Carrlo Dodt. on The remains were prepared for burial (It is now generally concedod Death called Sallfo Cherry, sister Jjy James A. Rooney. LL. D. street, the machine behind by Undertaker Bosse and the funeral It is not yet ono hundred years of John Cherry, 720 Fulton widely all sides thatfor tho Democratic was held Wednesday morning from McChesney White, Cecelia late Monday night.' JSho was since Sisters Rose known in the Eastern section of the nomination for Governor is pinning St. Vincent de Paul's, attended by a O'Conway and Fellcita Brady, three i city, where for years s'ho had been Its hopes on the Tenth and Eleventh largo concourse of mourning friends. Sisters of Charity, were sent to Now a xriena oi tno poor, anu suiiering. districts In the coming primary, tho mother Her funeral took place Thursday constant bombardment from thq SHOWED CHRISTIAN SPIRIT. York from St. Joseph's Mother morning from St. John's church, press throughout the Stato having by house, Emmltsburg, Bishop Rev. Father Schuhmann officiating Tho Rev. Dr. Charles C. Albert-BoSeton at the Invitation of driven tho machine leaders to con- Connolly, for they reached the city at the mass of requiem. formerly pastor of Central sorting with the Republicans for Presbyterian church In Rochester, Juno 28, 1817. Now their sucMcChesney votes. cessors, hundreds in number, are Funeral services over tho remains The Eleventh district, which is and now of Brooklyn, who was visteaching in parochial schools and of Mrs. Sarah Durbln, wife of Jona Republican In general elections, has iting friends In 'Rochester, called at academies and in charge of orphan- than Durbin, 865 South Twenty- - always been a favorite spot for thq tho Qulgley houso ono day the week ages all over the diocese. These fifth street, woro weld Thursday Haly type of politicians, the ori before death entered there. Unex threo Slaters were members of morning at St. Charles IBorromeo dlnary mountain voter not having pectedly he took the htnd of Mrs. Mother Seton's original 'band of church. Mrs. Dur.bin was forty-fonnv nreforence In tho primary for . Margaret Normnn, Archbishop Quig- eighteen who made their vows with years of ago, and was resigned and elther party, and Is usually per- - ley's sister, and offored a short and their sainted foundress on tho feast prepared for the summons that re- suaded by tho machine leaders to devout prayer on the side doorstep of St. Vincent de Paul, July 19, leased her from hor earthly suffer- vote for the slato candidate in tho or tho Homo. iGreat friendship ex1812, tnd New York wns tho second ings. Besides her husband she leaves Drimary on the Democratic ballot, Isted between Dr. Albortson and tho offshoot from the mother house. several children, far whom there is This is tho situation in every Statq Archbishop. During the great Two years after Bishop Connolly ar- felt sincere sympathy. election, tho machine leaders rolling strike of longshoremen In Buffalo a ho opened an rived In New York vote (through tho number of years ago they worked up a large orphan" ?ylum in a small wooden shoulder to shoulder. of Republicans) and Tho funeral of Miss Mary Mullen, streets whose death resulted from heart dis- courtesy holding It up a day or then Franklin J. Kennedy, Jr.,The Rev. pastor of house at Prince and Mott two, usually to, with thirty orphans, and It was Hill Methodist Episcopal morning to see jf the amount was enough tq Corn ease, was held Monday1 Important take caro of tug first parochial from St. Patrick's church, the re- Insure a majority against tho church, ono of tho school In tho city. In the basement quiem mass being attended by many lenltlmate vote In other districts, churches of Rochester and vlctalty, of St. Patrick's Oli, Cathedral, tho friends and acquaintances. Miss That a repetition of this Is intended was another Protestant minister pioneer of tho present magnificent Mullen was aged e years, can be judged by tho warning or a who solicitously Inquired for tho system,,, that ho and school parochial with hor sister, Miss Annlo Circuit Judge In that district tho latest report from tho sick room. Invited tho Sisters of Charity to his Mullen, resided atJCA8 North Seven- other day. who Intimated that diocese. teenth street. 'She faaJHong been a crooked work in his district would HOSPITAL SUMMER FESTIVAL. On the death of Mother Seton, resident of the West End and was be Investigated by tho grand Jury, January 4, 1821, Sister Roso was held In high esteem 'by all who finew Tho Sts. Mary and Elizabeth anDemocrats throughout tho Stato chosen as her successor In the office her. know absolutely that if a fair votq nual summer lawn fete and festival, of Mother Superior, and sho it was Is talcen, and tho Republicans kept to bo held on the hospital grounds who designated Sister Elizabeth In tho selection on July 28 and 27, both afternoon Friends and relatives extend sin- fmm narticlDatinK Boylo to carry on tho work in Now cere sympathy to Philip Gagel, 319 of Democratic nominees, McChesney and evening, is expected to be ono romained, with West L street, who on Tuesday York. There she associates on the of the most elaborate society vents fefKaw two brief Intermissions, until her evening sustained tho loss of his be- and his ticket tw.11 be nadiy neaten. oi me season, juany or tno men anu machlno seventy-fdeath, Juno 21, 1801, In hor stato ' women who aro working for Its Josephine Gagel, of year, either as Mother lovedn wife, years. 'SlMrs. Gagel aged Followers MivtheAmachlno irst nroHenendim: on cess stand on the ton rung of the was tiinf Superior, founder and manager ,u womaQ of nWKvirtues and hor tho Tenth and Eleventhvdlstrlcts for ladder in local social activities, and i andoXjOld isaepTy-SSotirne- d' i..a.iil1m tnnr. Ttiravr in -g' nirnaanm rr mmtatr 'vma dn uiiz hftinw uruTtn BirenCln curt4.rt Mount St. Vincent's mother house neighborhood In which she lived and thoy will anaDyazeiU nominate MoChesney with shown all over 'the city In thlB year's and academy, then at MoGowan's was known. Her funeral was held tho aid of tho mountain Republl fete. There will bo euchro and lotto Pass, where tho first commence- yesterday morning from Holy Name both afternoons and for the evening ment was held July 18, 1849. Mother church, ot which she was a devout cans. IfWoe be to the Democratic there will be an elegant supper, Darty this result should develop Boyle was bom of ProtElizabeth as tho eyes of every Denlocrat In music and numerous attractions. estant parents In Cecil county, Md., member. tho Stato will bo on the returns was October 16, 1790, and she years from the mountain districts on th HIBERNIAN MOONLIGHT. Richard Boylo, twenty-eigconverted early In life, and waB old and a popular resident of the night of tho primary, and If those baptized by Father John Francis 13 McChesney Tho Hibernian Social Moranvlllo, pastor of St. Patrick's West End, succumbed to an Illness returns show that by a falso vote Club IsEmerald making extra preparations Monday night at church, Baltimore, afterward one of of typhoid fovor mothor, Mrs. Mary given tho nomination from that section then It Is good-by- o to entertain tholr friends on tho tho most earnest and zealous friends tho home ot his to the chances of tho purty In moonlight exccurslon to bo clven of tho Sisters of Charity. 'It was he, Boyle, 1811 Duncan street. Before of Morrow Thursday evening, July 29, on tho his Illness ho was connected with tho November, tho Plecllon also, who introduced hor to Mother community sho Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company. and the entire Republican ticket; steamer Homer Smith, and to that Seton, whose Infant suspicious assured dance Joined on St. Patrick's day, March Surviving him aro his mother, ono being an returns iact.August when end aro preparing a special programme, which is sure to bo last brothers, one of woro the 17, 1810, in the old farmhouse at sister and flvo Beckham was the beneficiary of a pleasing The committee is offering St. Joseph, Emmltsburg, which had whom Is Patrolman William Boyle. big plurality o'er Stanley and a handsome diamond ring to tho only just been acquired by the Sis- The funeral took place Thursday this district (insuring Beck- lady selling tho most tickets and ters. Thus she becamo one of tho afternoon from St. Patrlok's church". ham's nomination and I: has been will have a meeting of tho contestoriginal community, and In 1814 d Death sudden and unexpected a mystery In the past why so many ants next Monday ovenlng at sho was chosen Assistant 'Mother. Hall, when It Is expected two Later for a brief time she was In camo to Mrs. Virginia Wilder thousands of Democrats were found districts chargo of St. Joseph's Asylum, Hagan, widow of tho lato Capt. In tho Tenth and Eleventh when thq more young ladles will enter tho contest. Philadelphia, whero ono of hor Prank Hagan on Saturday evening to voto In the primary, but orphan boys was Francis Gartland, at the Victoria Hotel, where she general election rolled around tho went to meet Mrs. William Under- district was overwhelming RepubllKNIGHTS AND LADIES. afterward Bishop of Savannah. Mrs. can. Thls is no longer a mystery, On Christmas eve, 1822, she ar- wood, of Blrminghdm, Ala. as all understand tho machine barThe Catholic Knights and Ladles rived In (New York and took chargo Hagan suffered two strokes of parof tho young community and of St. alysis within an hour and passed gains wtlh iReDubllcan leaders to, of Chicago, where there are many an uo brancnes, celebrated Patrick's Orphan Asylum, and she away without regaining conscious- swing tneir rouowers primary the sliver served under Bishops Connolly, ness. She was the stepmother of their candidates In thoseveral of tho ubllee of the ordor Jn that clty on As stated before, Monday and TUCgday. The Rev. Dubois and Hugheo. Through the Robert J Hagan and mother ot are de-Raffo of th!a clty exertions of Father John Power, Egorton Hagan, both well known candidates for Stato office up wltb CharIes Supremo SpiritUal Director and one then administrator, the old building attorneys. The funeral services wero nying that they are lined two machlno, the noj of pre. was replaced fcy a brick structure, held Tuesday morning, the interment founderB of the ordor being able to deny it on account 8lded at the colobration, which was which had to be twice enlarged, and being in Cave Hill cemetery. past association, Messrs. Rhea and curtalled because of the death ot years later sho led tho orphans to Terrell for Auditor and Treasurer their now homo in a bettor building The first Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy, widely and from present indications these Arjnbf8hop th(jQU!giey. organlzat,on was ln at Fifth avenue and Fifty-firknown and highly respected in Cath- two will go down to defeat if thq bnmch Qf street. By this time the work of olic circles, died Tuesday at her - Btitutcd ln Father Raffo's parish in the Sisters had so broadened and so home, 851 South Fifth street. Sho mountain districts do not como for- 1890, and thero aro branches now many more were noeded than Em- was well and around until stricken ward with a banner voto. It la in fifteen States mltsburg could supply that Bishop the preceding Friday. The funeral hardly expected that Mr. Rhea'a will Hughes decided on the necessity ot took place yesterday morning with homo county, Logan, year, do as. HOME FROM CAMP. when handsomely as last an independent mother houso for high requiem mass at St. LkjuIb d 2,291 votes out ofi Beckham received New York. Ho gave all tho Sisters The Rev. Father Baxter, of St. church. Mrs. Murphy is suryoi. the cholco of remaining with him vived by her husband, (Nicholas J. 3,097 cast In i tho primary, oast Louis 'uenruuu a, and his twentyiq-innlv or of returning to Emmltsburg and Murphy, formerly a hrick conspent ten days Wilson for Pwii-- I in ht altar boys who Springs, near 697 votes thlrty-the- e eelcted to cast In their tractor; by two sons, W. J. and J. camp at Walcutt ,m 8JiSriBtJlt-"-,S?i,Now Tork community N. Murphy; by six grandchildren and ?!BK lot with tho Frankfort, folded their tents Tues- and continue without interruption by her sisters, Mrs. Ida B. Maclellan, EVi-Shomo that t, - hu .r.ei,Iay d arrived had rainy ovenlng. tho good work In which thoy had Mrs. Kate Blanks, Mrs. Alice weather tor iBeckham Is being rewarded bl Although they portion of their stay been so long engaged. for tho greater Stevenson, of Little Rock, Ark.," MJss his selection as the At the first election, December 8, Annie Smith and Miss Georgle and carried home sunburned arms, 1846, Sister Elizabeth was chosen Smith. blistered backs, they were a This dlstricT it is rumored In Mother Superior, and tho (Rev. Will O'Sulll happy lot of youngsters and said selected Dan that Haly has thTmachhTe iam Starrs was appointed superior they time tho MUTUAL STAMP COMPANY. interests only had the foelng of tholr lives tlmd van to General. On April 30, 1847, Mother regret and in the event of success he will allotted had come to thatendthe soon took possession of the Elizabeth an so Company, bo appointed Auditor's Agent by The Mutual Stamp first Mount St. Vincent's at mother which is putting out the new bluo Mr. Rhea. Another machine selec-- t Pass, whero the HELPING THE ORPHANS. Is a home enterprise, house waB established and St. Vin- trading stamp,controlled by repre- tion Is Rodney Keenon for Clerk ofi of Appeals, whose chances was ownc4 and the Court cent's Academy for girls Preparations are under way for opened. On May 2, Bishop Hughes, sentative business of Louisville. Its to boat Alvln Steger for tho nomina- the annual picnic for St. Joseph's officers are Fred J. Dollo, S. N. tion are very slim, and Percy Haly chap-lalassisted by tho Sisters' first will occur on shown bettor political Orphanage, which Father Daniel Wheeler, whose Gathof, M, J, Gathof and Fred Hoff- could havo by keeping 4, on with the .judgment this entry in) Wednesday, August year tho orphanjiomo was a little houso in tho gar- man. By arrangement age grouhds. This thero will bo den, celebrated the" first mass In the American NationalIs Bank tho safety the stable. The macnine win aisq a good time for yeung and old and parlor, which had been of the bluo stamp assured, as cash probably Indorse Hamlett for Secre- plenty of chances for each and every ?outhwest as a chapel. On June 20 for their redemption Is deposited tary of State. For the latter office G. D. Likens and Charles W. MI1H- - one to contribute his mite for tho the now institution Teeeived the before the stamps are issued. ken aro both making an onorgetlo benefit ot tho orphan children. Full approval of tho Holy Father and on will soon bo given the publico. canvass. Matt uonen, of APPOINTED COADJUTOR January 23, 1849, they were legally trn annnnnnno that ha 1ft itllA pnnrilVl incorporated under the title of "The DEMOCRATIC CLUB OUTING, was made on date of nonaction for Commission Anueuncement Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul." Ten years later the prop-eit- y Saturday at Grand Rapids, Mich., of of Agriculture ana is running upon The Shelby" Democratic Club will was taken Ty the city and is the appointment of iRer. Michael J. his record. In the local races Judge Quarles entertain their friends with an outnow Included in Central Park, but Gallagher, "rWr General of the nothing remains ot the old build- Grand RapJdsXdiocese, as Coadjutor Is making a dignified canyass foe ing tomorrow afternoon at the Klonand Is indorsed by many dike Outing Club with amusements After his ings, except the simple wooden altar Bishop of the Mloceee. and games of all kinds for their on which the first mass was offered consecration, A Is said, Bishop of the lawyers ot the local Gregory has also begun an guests. To reach the camp take and which is now preserved at Gallagher will bwonie the practical as Bardstown road car and get off at Mount St. Vincent's on the Hudson, head of the Grand Rapids diocese, active canvass for where the mother house and St Inasmuch as Bishop Henry Joseph Criminal Judge and Is visiting the! Seaton's Ejtatlon, where conveyances RIchter, because of advanced age, local organizations ana gihdb. in Will meet the guests. The proceeds Vincent's College are now located. 8, 1849, Mother expects to retire from a large part theiLeglslative contests B, S. Doraey, derived from the outing goes to the On December Elizabeth retired to the ranks, de- ot the active work. 'Bteaop Gallagher brother of Squire Dorsey, is proving Christmas tree fuud celebration years old and was born a strong candidate ln the Forty- - j which te given every year for the clining a and being suc- Is forty-nin- e fourth district, while T. J. Schmitt poor children. ceeded by (Mother Jerome. As a near Bay "City, Mich. half-orph- an n, ur W -- Aid Nominates tho Maehiuo Without warning death sudden and terrlblo came to Benjamin Dodt when tho powder mill located near Jeffersontown was destroyed by an explosion that caused the loss of three lives. Tho causo ot the awful catastrophe has not yet been learned, though Investigation is being made by tho Coroner. Ben Dodt was a widely known and representative Gorman Catholic, tho son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dodt, pioneer residents of tho city. Before going with the Powder Company he was engaged In tho carpenter business. Ho was a member ot tho St. John's Benevolent and other societies of St. Vincent do Paul's church, of which ho was a lifetime member. Besides his wlfo, for whom is folt the deepest sympathy, ho leaves threo brothers, John Dodt, of Terro Haute, Tnd.; Intercollegiate Socialist Party Reports Progress During Past Year. Vassar Shows That Movement Is Not Confined to Men Alone. SIXTEEN NEW GROUPS REPORTED . . - flfjty-thre- suc-hntri- iv forty-seve- e the .j -- TrnTtteii-Hi- iui ht Mc-Creo- Ber-tran- Haly-Beckha- m groups "Sixteen undergraduate for the etudy of Socialism havo been added to tho list of the chapters of the Intercollegiate Socialist Society In tho past season, according to Harry W. Laldler, Organizing Secretary of tho I. Q. S Jn his report of tho year's wtork, Just published. These include the New York Law School, Vassar and Syracuse in New York, Bates and Bowdoin In Malno, Pittsburg, Carneglo Instltuto of Technology and Temple in Pennsylvania, Howard in Washington, D. C, Oberlin ln Ohio, Albion ln Michigan, University of Utah in Utah, Northwestern in Illinois, LaCrosse Normal ln Wisconsin, and Fargo Agricultural and tho UnU versity of .North Dakota ln NortlJ Dakota. Tho number of I. chapters now in existence ln colleges Is between eTUy. Portland, Seattle and WllkeS Barro alumni chapters havo also been added, within tho last few months. "The Vassar group was tho largest that applied this year. It has a membership of eighty-siThe Yale, Harvard, Columbia, Union Theological, Radcllffo and other chaptors wero most actlvo throughout tho season." These details emphasize ln a very decided manner tho fact that radicalism is spreading among college students, and the statement in regard to Vassar shows that this movement is not at all confined to mo uiun. 11 win not De onougn, as nas Deen sam on otner occasions, for mo uatnouc people merely to decry this development. Tho present son ciai regime, containing ln itself so many ideas contrary to Christian social thought, drives many thlnkH lng men and women, without the! proper ethical outlook, to even more severe and destructive principle ana moasures. It Is for Catholics, particularly of tho educated classes, to uphold in word and practice the ideas ot true conservatism. This requires .a greator activity and dlligenco in aljl walks of life than has hitherto been shown. c. B. of C. V. Bays: several years the InterSocialist Society has been winning college and university students to the doctrines of the social through tho revolution medium ot the various branches which it establishes In such institutions. Tho Central iBureau of the Central Vereln at least twlco during tho past year pointed out to tho Catholic public tho progress which this organization was making among Stato, and Protestant) places of education. Wo now learn from tho latest report of Harry W. Laldler, the Organizing Secretary of the society, that tho season which has just closed was productive ot still further gains. Tho New York Evening Post, ln its Issuo ot June 30, gives us this information. It For collegiate non-sectari- an slyj x. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. st Ber-tran- ,'" . S; .... - tL S l Haly-ffleckha- President Ben Kruse occupied thl chair at a live meeting Friday nlgl or the Central Committee, C, K. A., at which it was voted to assls in every way possible in tho enter talnment of tho Stato convention which opens here August 14. An-- ; nouncement was made of the death of Delegate John B. Murphy, ant upon motion a committee was ay pointed to prepare resolutions, whi'l wero adopted by a unanimous vol! Capt. Oscar Maler reported that Uniform Rank would given an curslon to Tell City, Ind., on Aui ust 8, and the Central Commute voted to render all assistance pos sible. Preparations aro under way for a series of initiations, the first to bo held by Branch C, which will bo made quite an event. Progress was reported ln the organization of tho ladies' branch, only a few more names being necessary to secure for it tho $100 premium. LEAVES FOR FRISCO. Rev. Father Edward J. Lynch, i pastor of Holy Name church, Hender son, loft Monday for San FratacIscoJ whero ho will attend the Nallo Purity Congress, having beenv pointed a delegate for Kentucky Gov. McCreary Father Lynch wl address the congress next Thut day, his subject being "The Far and Its Influence for Purity. fore returning he will vlsjt the cipai poiuiH oi uavnoiic mien: the Far West, , n, bar-Jud- RESTS TIP NORTH. ,i Rer.tfFather WHllal pastdr of St. MarJ church, has gone Nd weeks ot Test at on his absence tl han, the Bid administer tj -- . V "x .fiCB'arTJOKiY Ilfcl H AJSJEXiLl&AJH: KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 'ive U tke Social aad MmiI AiTMceeit el kik fmttkm aad CTJk OtiMaliy Iadorwd by Aaelaut Ordar of HlBeraiaas, Yeaag Mca's Iutirai aad CataoMc Kalf nU of America. KBMTUOKY IB1H AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporated, PubUhra S1NQLS COPY $C MBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR mg natttr. 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By arrangement with tho American National Bank, tho bank will pay you 10c in cash for overy full pago of 50 stamps you present for redemption. Should you prefer, take your stamps to any dealer who handles Blue Stumps and he will be glad to redeem them for you In either cash or merchandise. g tjt APES LUK3VIDL1, KY AltCHMSHOP QUIGLEY. ffl COUNCIL SATURDAY. JULY 17, 1915. much your duty as your interest to practice 'both. PO&op&CtCflW3CK83t&itOi60JOK8CRt In Archbishop Qulgloy's death tbe church loses ono of tho greatest In the American hierarchy. His labors covered, through tho work of church extension, tho wholo of tho United States, extending even beyond our own country. His life was a busy one. His entire time seems to havo been consecrated to tho work of developing tho church throughout the archdiocese and tho fostering of the missionary spirt at home. In his client but effective way ho did all things well, and all who knew him Archbishop Qulgloy loved him. worked himself to death to servo religion and ho endeavored to ba Just to every man under his charge, "What more could any man uo to serve God and man PARAIiLElJ CASE. I SOCIETY. fSaai ikBaaaiiBalHk aE 4 1 1 W ' aaar ii aTfcftvfwi.Jat Kt Miss Alice Casper visited in Can-i.eltthis week, tho guest of (Martin F. Casper, Sr. J on Nellie Mansfield. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Murphy, fleer Park, nave been entertaining Bliss Ask Your Dealer For Blue Stamps Mrs. T. P. Curran, of Flora Heights, ha's been visiting friends in Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. T. 'P. Curran, of Flora Heights, has been visiting friends In Birmingham, Ala. MUTUALSTAMP CO. INCORPORATED. R. D. Welsh left last week for Leltchfleld to visit tho family ' of H. H. Roberts. "Mrs. GEO. THORNTON Mackin RAY HARAGAN Berttand "BUD O'BRIEN Champs JOHN KENEALEY I 424 WEST MARKET STREET. K.olC. MHWMWHIMHttfflfflfflfflSffl England excuses Its blockade of American shipments to neutral countries by stating that she Is willing to pay for tho cargoes or any loss incurred. This Is a parellel case to that of Germany offering to pay for any loss Incurred by tho passage of German troops. Tho cotton men of ho South are organ-Izln- E and will petition Congress to lay an embargo against tho munition shipments to tho Allies, and by this method expect to bring John Bull to time. Bel-glum Ebrenz-Jobso- The little arrival at tho Jinmn nr Miss Chrlstluo Ebrenz, of Charles-tow- n, Mr. and Mrs William Hoffnrnnn wno S. C, was here to attend tho christened Mary Elizabeth Heffer-na- n wedding. last Sunday afternoon, and following tho christening supper was served at the homo of tho grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Heffer-naof 2619 West Chestnut street, at which tho following were tiris-ent: Messrs. and Mesdames William Tross, William Wilson of Elizabeth-towThomas Grimes, John Cannon, Patrick McCormlck, Thomas Misses Louise Granev. VlriHnin Murray, Mary McCoy; Messrs. Harry and William O'Donnell of Cincinnati, Jeff Thompson, Charles Casey, Will iam wines anu Thomas P. Weber. Dig-nan; CASINO AND ORPHEUM HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR nOTTO 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. Misses Mary and Alice Everln, of South Louisville, were visitors In Frankfort tho past week. Tho Misses Julia, Mary and Helen Winn are in New York with their father, Col. Matt J. Winn. Will Open the School Year With Increased Facilities In Its New nnd Greatly Enlarged Quarters, n, loacr xrourexKt ocri3j:et. n, Edward J. O'Brien and daughter enjoying a delightful havo been sojourn at French Iilck Springs. .Miss Ojiiuan nas re Mescneue turned from a pleasant visit to friends In St. Louis and Kansas City. REUNION AND OF " V OJJTING - Conducted by Dominican Sisters from the Mother House of the Owier, St. Catherine of Sienna Convent, Springfield, Ky. ' The Academy offers thorough Primary, Preparatory, Commercial and Academic Courses and special attention is given the study of Music and Art. Lessons in Needle Work are included in the curriculum. For information address the Academy. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings 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 $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old TOO BUSY. umns last week to the fact that resBapolutions had been adopted by a pledging tho support tist conference of the Baptist church and Baptist press to tho candidacy of McChesnoy Yet more nas oeuu kfor Governor. protest from tho Junior Order 10 katrlotB concerning church polltcal Zpsslbly tho latter have W W1V"CMia .. ousy wuu mu uuuua. Been too ternal parade. . ,'j mm. Attention was called In these col- iarjy tnis ran a nosKcouncll will 'Mrs. John Sullivan, of Shawnee do organized at satom, Ohio. Terrace, will be hostess to her A council recently instituted Wednesday afternoon Euchro Club at Little Fails, asMinn., when about on July 20. forty were Preceding, tho formal oepnlng of Miss Sallie Clare and Halpln tho Seattle convention there will bo Fitzgerald, of Marydalo, have re- a grand turned from a visit to relatives In degree. exemplification of tho fourth Indianapolis. returned from Frankfort. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and ElseMr. and Mrs. Conway Samuels where. S and children, of Jeffersonville. havo resort. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDevltt havo reurned from White Mills after a week's stay at that popular KNIGHTS OP CfiLMBlfS. a visit to friends In r At' Fern Grove, MACKIN COUNCIL Tuesday, July 20 s-- newnembers initiated. ing prlco of ticket. Children under 0 years of age, accompanied by parents, free. A Diamond Ring given as n prlzo to the young lady ensiling up the highest amount for sale of tickets. Ring oit display at Edw. A. Krokel, Jeweler, G18 W. Market street. BOATS LEAVE FOOT OF FIRST STREET AT 8 A. M. AND 0 A. M. AND 1 P. M. AND 2 P. M. TICKETS 25 CENTS. Right to refuse admission by refund- German Insurance BanK f3S$ Under tho BijJ Clock Second mid Market State Government Supervision. FARMERS WILL BENEFIT. ON YOUR VACATION TRIP Mobile Council paid a visit to Whether on a day's outing, on atrip to California, Will Osborn, Southern Parkway, Pascagoula and assisted In the initiaor elsewhere was last week the guest of tho tion of forty candidates. Tho party Misses Marie and Madello Sympson numoerea zuu. YOU WILL NEED A CAMERA Discovery day has been selected at Bardstown. for tho next Initiation at Columbus, Let us tell you moreabout It. Inquiries cheerfully THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1015. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'iConnell Ohio, when It Is intended to havo answered. son, James Murray O'Connell, 100 candidates. and CAMERAS FROM S2.00 UPWARDS. havo been spending tho week at The programme for tho Supremo Dawson Springs. Council convention at Seattle has 321 WEST been completed, and provides for enMamlo tertainment for five days, beginning Misses lAnastasia and JEFFERSON 1ST, vcanrewfB Welch and Maude and Elsie 'Beam August 2. have returned from a pleasant visit Eight Knights aro on tho comSpecial Vaudeville in Theater, Free Cencert in Park. at Taylorsvllle. mittee to whoso care Philadelphia JWWWWWWWVtWWWWWVVWWWWWWVWVWVWVMWM Grocers visit the Country Store. Better bargains entrusted tho Liberty Bell on its Miss Mary Virginia Howard Is In Journey across the country to the 3E than ever before.' Evansvllle, where she will spend Ban Francisco oxpositlon. guest of Miss several weeks as tho His Graco the Most Rev. AlexGet a Barrel of Flour or Load of Coal for 10c. Helen Pecklnpaugh, ander Christie, Archbishon of A 1915 Ford Touring Car will be disposed Oregon, will preach the sermon at The latest arrival at the home of tho Pontifical high mass opening the 10c. Ask your grocer about it. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Chester national convention at Seattle on Joseph Daniel August 3. was christened Get free admission tickets from your grocer. Chester last Sunday. uenver Knignts assisted in marshaling tho school children who 'Misses Nancy and Maymo McCuo participated In tho Liberty Bell Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of are In iLexlngton. visiting thoir aunt They also furnished autotrading stamps, er many other useful articles carried and cousin, Mrs. 'iM. Krlegcr and mobiles for tho Philadelphia officials in our premium rooms. Mrs. Edward (Waters. accompanying the bell. FOR THE BENEFIT OF V VVViVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVViVtVVVVWVVVVVV Edward J. O'Brien has gone to VINCENTIANS. Bay View, Mich., where he will be STS. MARY AND ELIZABETH HOSPITAL tho guest of Mr. and airs. John T. t I Tho annual communion and quarMalone at their cottago. ON HOSPITAL GROUNDS terly meeting of tho St. Vincent do Miss Loretta Schunicht has left to Paul Society takes place thi3 year Wednesday and Thursday, July 28 and 29, Afternoon and Evening spend sevoral weeks visiting friends on Sundny, July 25. In the morning Lotto and euchre in the afternoon and an excellent supper both NxVriONAIi MORAMTr. and relatives at St. Louis, Kansas out the various conferences throughthe city will assemblo at St. days. In the evening there will be an electric illumination, music, flltv nnrl firnnrt Tnlnnd Ttfnh . , . . ., . William's church, Thirteenth and refreshments and numerous entertaining attractions. oy A sauou is a vuoio iuuuu uji A, . AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Oak, tparts. Just as aro these parts, atr Mr. and Airs, Joseph T. Dugan, proachwhen tho members will apholy communion at the 7 dll be the whole. Now men pds- - or Bocas, Panama, arrived here last 0 clock mass. Father George ConPRIMARY ELECTION AUGUST 7, 1015. wcok una wui spena a monxn wtin nor and tho sn,.i. w " is aoA Mm Tliitrnn'n Tnnthnr. Mm wwu uu St William Conference uuuiviwi Tolin . . vw, ". . ... ... . O will accord a cordial welcome to tho intellect, ana ireo win, mu&e up McDonald. rim gathering, which is expected to be ke parts of a nation. The contact BOTH PHONES 810. very large. Tho general meeting Registered at the Hotel creates a one with tho other In New York this week wore will bo held In tho afternoon at 3 sphlt which leaves Its Impress on the Albert M. "Herrmann and wlfa and o'clock In the Knights of Columbus Is a Candidate For Hcelectioe as nation. If this spirit bo corrupt, it V, K. Ecker and wife, all on their Hall, when tho Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, O. P., of St. Louis will Inevitably destroy the vitals of honeymoon tour. will deliver the address, the body politic. 'National death 1b Circuit Court Miss N. D. O'Sulllvan, of 1056 which will bo ono well worth In store for the only result. This is South Soventh street, has been visitevery land that disregards Teligious ing in Chicago the past two weeks as CRIMINAL DIVISION TOOK A REST. education, (For religion Inspires the guest of her unccle and aunt, supports morality. Moral health Mr. and Mrs. J. J. O'Connor and and Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. Because of tho absence of many means prosperity, for & nation. So a family. members those present for the meetcountry that sees to the careful ing of Division 1, A. O. H., on Thurs- C1TT 1700.9 MAIN 072 religious training of its citizens has to Her (many friends will be reiolced day night of last week deferred all 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, learn that 3Jiss Agnes Jacques is business matters until the last meetreasonable certainty of its well- - at her home on St. Xavier street, ing of this month. 'President Mark being. Thus speaks the Catholic after undergoing a. delicate opera Ryan and those present, however, ii tion at St. Anthony's Hospital. Her spent an hour in Informal talks and ildn and Times, and history proves speedy recovery Is now hoped for. a. number of suggestions were made .truth of Us every word, reproduotlve BROOK AND MARKET. z Jp I ; The marriage of Miss Florence that will becarried out. of good J3O0PHC 3EHO0W235S. sults when BUOAD SCOI'E. Ebrenz and "Walter Jobson was solor come to the store. Climb. Mala S00S-- a When needing Groceries, Home City 2098 emnized Wednesday at Holy Name AIDING OATnOMO MUSIC. We carry & complete line of New and Fresh Staple and 44"M"MI"HI"M"l"I'l-l-M-I-4'H''I"l"M"h''l-'I--Ile Catholic Cittsen, which speaks church, Itev. Father Brey perform'experience, a&ys the religious ing the ceremony. Bride and groom !For the purpose of fostering are on a. honeymoon trip through jr. confining Itself to purely Eastern Kentucky, and on their re- muslo In Holy Trinity and St. Mary's ery. Our Meats include fresh and smoked and the best :.-- . m.i .. i- .-?h news, church societies and turn will be at home at 2525 West churches, New Albany, and aiding ii HOME PHONE 88 financially the training and develop- in me cuy. we ivcij iu at ijhiib ui iiy. CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y Ih Interests, dees not hold the Chestnut. ment of their choirs, plan are under F way for the organisation of a Cath it must mwreec iweu in iue Slve your feoya as duotfoa t&at will Registered at West Snrlnes tthfl secular world a well. this week were Rev. Baden Crowley, olic Choral Club In that city, Prof. prcp&is 4fc,is for life. (L. T. the of the home, the Mrs. E. N Hagan and Misses Adele John B.inHoffman being one of disthe movement, and the elev- - Cast, Margaret Collins, Mary Furey, leaders organizations the Three tinct Catholic ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Funeral Directors Mary Kelly, Annie Kennedy, Alice, Male Chorus, the 'Catholic ang to the scope Ladies' uena and Anna Cabin Mattle Scott, Chorus and the Catholic Orchestra 1U "W. are ray, XgabnrlU, Xy. Josephine Perry, Gertrude Norton, will be first perfected, and when Embalmers. XaverUa Bretfeara. Goaduetvd by Bnalataa Anna and He'en (Ryan, Lena iBonlfer, their members have been sufficiently ClMleJ, Sa lie ma janner are Johanna Zoelman Court. FrMn ry Dprtmat lurtr SIO V9H1I Mamie trained these will .he merged into the wimmliur PeoL rail and wpm mrnana id it Is m Stretz, all city. tame Terma Me4 it. jro. jaaoa, wi New (Albany Choral iClub. lttf. rrho prospects are that with greatly diminished crops in all tho nations now at war, the food problem In a few months will become ono of the greatest gravity In Europe. It was generally supposed that Russia would be least affected on tliat score, as her normal production has always far exceeded her home consumption, but she is not likely to havo any great surplus wherowith to relieve the wants of people outside her borders. From tho present outlook therefore the prices for food of nearly every description, and especially of cereals, aro liable to be exceedingly high tho world over In tho immediate future, and fortunate Indeed will bo those countries that are blessed with bounteous harvests this season. Among those that will bo exceptionally benefited is the United States, where tho acreage for most of tho staples has been largely In creased this year. It Is Bafe to pre- Idlct that a profitable market will be pund for every bushel of grain that ns raised. ALL-DA- Y OUTING FONTAINE FERRY PARK ' offer Tip Top Bread Pure. Guaranteed 100 J1 par-ad- o. Lawn Fete and festival I1QRAN W. SMITH'S and SOISHl 9 I ...tr.rni I Funeral Director Embalmer in JAMES P. GREGORY Judge of Jefferson Der-trnnd- 's, 1809 WEST JEFFERSON STREETJ DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH Directors - I BUTTON BROS. phne Funeral and Embalmers ; I rk.f m. -- :.. JPAVVVViVWVVVVV os BARRETT'S 50NS H.B0SSES0N J. J.FUNERAL DIRECTORS ."' AND EMBALMERS. and SM3 a.t Main Slteot. AVKC y iViVfcVVAVWWMW i y Jo: RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES :ish "THK PARK BKAUTIFOI," JMCEXEKICX AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. Timely Record of Some Memorable, Events in the Catholic History of America. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing tho Past Week General News Notes. FONTAINE FERRY Many Added Attractions! Amusements Galore! New Restaurant. Free Band Concerts Dancing RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL s Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to prdtect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. ARTHUR A. WILL Distributors Of FEDERAL TIRES FALLS VULCANIZING CIT1 VULCANIZING 1101-0- 3 CO. P1REE SERVICE East Broadway CELEBRATED VURST EXTRA BRAT Incorporated 923 GEIQER STREET Home Phone 1802 and 877 Cumb. Phone Main ASK TOUR 9EAISB TOR XT ENGRAVERS WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS . P. BOXKWASSEB 00. 877 on Monday evening. MANUFACTURERS OF Divisions 8, 21, 24 and 32, of PIANO PLAYERS Chicago, have Instituted a joint Modern. Player Built in Your Own Piano, Pianos and Piano Players Repaired and Tuned, movement to double their membership. vision 4 1000-100- IBy James A. Rooney. iLL. D. July 19, 1813 Mother Seton's Home Phone City 8813 Divisions 10, 15 and 1G of Brook'Daughters of Charity being apLargest and Most Sanitary Swimming Coral Ridge Clay Products Co, proved by Archbishop John Carlyn have established a joint labor fool in the South. are the roll, she and eighteen of her asbureau. Reserved seats on sale at T. P. Taylor BEST BRICK MADE IN sociates made their vows, a regDivision 1 meets next Thursday, Drug Co. No. 3, Fourth near Walnut. JEFFERSON COUNTY ular novitiate was opened and tno J night and It is important that every Saleg Offlco: 1010 Bldg. community duly organized by the member attend. election ot Mrs. Soton as Superior. Home Phone Shawnee 1721 1 County Secretary Dan O'Keefe July 20, 1687 Massacre of Father was a visitor at the meeting of DiP. I. BURKS & COMPANY MADE BY SHALE BRICK High Class Vaudeville. BUILDER 2431 Montgomery Inter-Sout- h. 0 Street 1010 SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP rniii Home, Phone Shawnee RATTERMAN (INCORPORATED.) BCniilCII ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky 885 W. Slain St, Home Phone City 6674 "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddle In tho Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) ITRUOTURAL IRON WORKS. Foundry and Machine Shop. GRAINGER & CO., Incorporated Tenth Street, Louisville, Ky. IRON AND HEAVY HARDWARE. Carriage aad Wagon Woodwork and Hardware TODD-DONIGAN 800-81- 3 IRON CO., Incorporated W. Main street. CASKETS AND UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. i (Wholesalo Only.) NATIONAL CASKET CO., Incorporated Eleventh and Magazine Streets. DISTILLERS. T. BARBEE & 00 Incorporated 720-73- 0 W. Main Street. Kentucky Weller, Old Barbee, Fay-MuJ, C. W. Whiskies. Sole Owners Registered Distillery No. 32. Phones Main 1686-City E263. JOHN s, CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CONCRETE BLOCKS COLUMNS, ART STONE Estimates on All Classes of Work Both Phones ontral Concrete & Construction Co. 961 Hamilton Avenue RITTER-HENNING- S The degree team of Division 4 Is being rehearsed weekly and tho AUTOMOBILE TIRES guards are being drilled by County Vice President Maloney. National President McLaughlin I EC Puncture Proof has been invited to deliver the adPneumatic dress at the Cincinnati Irish day celebration on August 15. 700 W. BROADWAY Baltimore divisions are making a lively contest for tho silk flags doBAGS. nated by National (President McManufacturers of Sacks for Flour Mills, Laughlin and 'William I O'Connor, Grain Dealers, Produce Men, Fertilizer, of that city. Dried Grain, Ice, etc. Write for price on anything you may want in the Sack Treasurer Thomas Hannan has line, been building tho treasury of DivisJ. S. WALKER & Co., ion 2. Ho Is one of the pioneers of 211 W. Main Street, LoulaviUe, Ky. Long Distance Telephone Connections tho order, and his experience is most valuable to the division. The Hibernian Social Club had a SHOE REPAIRING banner AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING excursioncrowd on their moonlight Tuesday evening and tho COMPANY committee will make a complete report next Monday evening. 114 West Market Street It has been suggested by tho Xiouliyllle, Ky. Home Phone, City 5881 Old Shoes Mad Hew. Work Sons County Board that at tho death of While You Walt. a member all divisions attend and retho suggestion THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. cite tho rosary, by the divisions. now being voted on INCORPORATED Mayor James Curley, of Boston, who is vlistlng tho Panama-IPacIflDistillers Of Exposition, was tendered a great OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH public reception Saturday night by "HOLLENBACH" PURE RYE the Hibernians of San Francisco. Loulsvillo, Ky. 528 W. Main St. President Mark Ryan and tho officers will have some interesting JOS. P. BOEHLER news for tho members of Division 1 at the meeting next Thursday JEWELER WORK A SPECIALTY night. All who can ought to bq REPAIR present. 551 South Shelby Street Monday night tho members of Between Madison and Chestnut Division 3 will meet in tho HiberHomo Phone, City 9459 nian Homo on iPortland avenue. President Maloney looks for several HOME KILLED MEATS committee reports that will be a STATE FAIR MEAT MARKET pleasant surprise to the members. Tho Duluth 'Ladles' Auxiliary enA Full Line of Fancy Groceries tertained nine State officers for three days tho first week of this Both Phones month. Mrs, iMary Daly compliCall and Glvo Us An Order mented tho members for their InWE SELL FOR CASH terest and tho great progress they PLUMBING AND HEATING CON were making. (Martha Washington Division of TRACTORS the iLadics' Auxlllnrv of Rnn i?r U. W. NEWMAN Contracting Engineer, Steam and cisco celebrated its nineteenth an niversary with a banquet that will Hot Water Heating and be long remembered. TJinir tinnm Sanitary Plumbing guest was' Mrs. Hannah Molloy, tho Homo Offlco: 440 Second Street 8 West Wolnufc, Louisville inn IUU MILES FOR 50 CENTS ICf! IwU On the Elegent Steamers LLL Tincc IKLJ City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat, foot of Third street, every Sunday at 9 a. m., goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio, where she meets the return boat, arriv ing home about 7 p. m. ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c 5c DRINK 5c Citra-Col- a But Its Fort Crevecoeur (near Peoria) 220 South Eighth St. accompanied and vlth whom descended tho 'Mississippi. 21, 1912 Sixty-fiv- e American THEO. WOLF Catholic boys and offlcors of tho training ship Massa- BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY United States ICE CREAM chusetts received in audience by the Holy Father. Home Phone Shawnee 1914 July 22, 1741 Father Anthony Special Prices to Lawn FeWs and Feucher born at Fort Qulnatenon, Picnics. near "Lafayette, ilnd. (now entirely Twcnty.slxth and Portland Avenue obliterated) ; first nativo of tho JOHN B. WATHEN Stato to .be ordained to the priesthood. FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER July 23, 1853 Northern peninsula WAGON OR VAN of Michigan and adjacent Islands 2323 West Walnut Street erected Into a Vicariate Apostolic under the care of tho Right Rev. PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Frederic (Baraga. Home Phono Shawnee 198C July 24, 1767 Death of Father HENRY SCHUII John Baptist Lajus, Superior of the Recollects in Canada, South Seventh Street at Ste. Croix and Home Telephone 2147 and chaplain of iFort Niagara and IFort St. Frederic at Choice, Stoplo nnd Fancy Groceries Meat and Vegetable Market Crown Point from 1732 to 1759. Fine Teas and Coffee Butter a Specialty GROCERS' ANNUAL. mis-slona- ry Lot-blnle- ro tq he he July Zonoblus Membro, Recollect, with his companions in Texas, whero CARPET they had 'been left In charge of a fort by La Salle, whose expedition FUNERAL DIRECTORS LAYER fli LINOLEUM BROS. Ed H. Ratterman, Manager funeral Directors and Embalmer Home Phone Shawnee 484 2014 Greenwood Avenue MOTORCYCLES and ACCESSORIES POPE AND READING STANDARD $150 to $275 Easy Terms R. L. DAVIS N. E. Corner Seventh and Broadway SOMETHING NEW (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Heating J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. Steam and not Water Heating 111 ST. THXBD Home Phone 7846 STBEET Cumb. M. 1592 THOS. J. BRODERIOK 4392-- J PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGB Home Phone City 1000 Zano Street e LOUISVILLE, KY. ouo Irish-Americ- CO. Shnr-Ploe- Receivers and Shippers of nay and z Grain. Manufacturers of Poultry and Stock Feeds Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Incubators and Brooders LOUISVILLE. KY. AMSBXOAK BRASS & Vtce-PreWOSK3 AMERICAN IRON WOKKS Incorporated Incorporated Tel. City 7147 tH E. JEFFERSON BOILER MAKERS MACHINISTS Bronze, Brass and Aluminum Cost-tnjrGeneral Jobbing Repairs Modol Making and Machine Oxygen Welding, Cutting and Brazing. Work. Bath Boom fixtures and Stove Castings Nickel Plated and Polished. Plate Metal Work and Steel Construction. Brass Beds and Jardinieres AUTO REPAIR SHOP All Kinds of Old Metal Ware Made 2Tew. Phones Main 411. East 146, City 8611 JAMES A. McGILL. Louisville, Ky. Sec'y-Trea624 E. Main St. and Gen'l Mgr. s. o. a. PiATINO C. athletes of the r Athletic ninh For Reat, Sale or New York City will contend In the monster atnieuc gathering of tho Exchange. Hibernians of Minneapolis and St. CHILDERS & Paul, which takes nlace tnmnrmm nf WATERS CO. tho Twin City Motordome. 7 vir 'Sv (INCORPORATED) 333 W. Main St. BENEDICT URGES LOYAITT. Phones: City 135 The London Daily Nowb pubII. Gerrard, Pres. & Gen'l Mgr. lishes a Rome dispatch saying tho John Hardy, BANS The record-holdi- ng German-America- n jfr-fr$'vxx:"X"X-sfrf- of Cincinnati nni run. waukee and the Bishop of Toledo had appealed to tho Pope, urging his intervention to avert tho war spreading to America, and suggest ing mo meuiation or the Holy See with tho object of preventing tho normon. threatened Tunturn in R. JEUNESSE American relations. Tho Pope ro- puea, recommending the prelates to rely on tho wisdom of tho Proaiitinf BUILDING CONTRACTOR The Place Whero Old Clothes Arc whose peaceful intentions were well Made to Look Like Now." Known. At tno same time the Pope 810 YORK STREET SPALDING DRY CLEANING CO strongly urged upon loyalty tn fholr nHnnrrwl PHONES 1887. Loulsvillo, Ky. Phone South 1753 country. CO. THE OARRELL-ROGERC. F. BENDER ANNUAL SUPPER. Incorporated. JERSEY DAIRY CLEANING, RUG MANU CARPET Tho Men's Club of St. nrirtrVa Ice Cream Manufacturer FACTORING AND WALL congregation will have their second Special Prices to Churches and PAPER CLEANING annual supper and lawn fete on tho Picnics Telephone City 2357 Church grounds next Tuesday afterBoth Phones 053-5noon and evening. .Last year's afSouth Clay Street First and College Streets fair WaS a decided HlirpPSn TVmnn who attended then will be on hand again, ana to it will be a revelation, as tho men In chargo are certain to acquit themselves handsomely. German-Americans Catholic Arch-bisho- ns S 0 r new-come- rs DR. 713-71- J. T. CHAWK I Veterinary Infirmary. 5 TOTALLY WRECKED. at Ludlow, in tho Covragton storm The handsome St. mnnJfnpo nVmr.ii dio- Xe SOUTH SEVENTH STREET T!staj Can., S. 299a. Homo, City 2393. cese, built about twenty years ago, was totally wrecked by the violent Section last Week. "NVvrf n tho Inea of life the most distressing feature ia mm iae eamce was not paid lor that did dread damage in that tho congregation in A Case of Qood Judgment. Order a Case f and engulfs further debt. FALL CITY BEER Peerless Common CONSECRATION. Extra Pale Lager Father Tho consecration A. Due to the ereat 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. of El Paso, which will probably tako place in Denver, will mark tho second time this magnificent ceremony has occurred In the Colorado rnnltnl The ceremony will be performed by jugni iter, uisnop Aiatz in the early days of September. COLONELS HOME- FRIDAY, J. Schuler, S. J., as Bishop nf tho TJmr IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Tho Louisville club will play at Kansas City this afternoon and tomorrow, then going to meet their old rivals, tho Milwaukee team, for three SATISFIES THAT LONGING. games, after which they come home, opening hero next Friday afternoon with Cleveland, when it is hoped the presence of thousands of kids as INCORPORATED Wathen's guests will cheer PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, Owner up them after their disastrous road tour. The fate of the Colonels was JOHN E. FRANK also the fato of the other Eastern teams, neither of the four making a creditable showing, all of the Western teams having struck their stride, which in itself Is a good thiug for the association race. It was predicted in these columns the last two successive weeks that the Minneapolis team was sure to be a first division contender, this' being amply verified by the ColSOS, 510 512 CLAY STREET. onels' showing at that place The n TMJHtONB LOUIS VTULX XT. St. Paul spurt can noc, however, he OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL GO. Clay Street Brewery m and WALTERS' Home Phone 1191 OEM Tho annual outing and picnic oC tho (Retail Grocers' Association will Hollenbach's Wine House LAOE CURTAIN LAUNDRY bo hold at Fontaine Ferry Park next Good! Gee KARL A. 'HOLLENBACH, Proprietor Thursday. Tho committee Jn chargo CAREFULLY CURTAINS consists of Joseph C. Overberg, Importer and Dealer In LAUNDERED BY HAND B. AT FOUNTAINS AND CAFES Chairman; John Keller, D. WINES AND LIQUORS Porklns, John Burgy, Martin J. Both Phonos COS 144 South Third Street Doll, Pete F. Koch, Joseph Morthorst Lee Schulz, who will fie assisted and WM. ISGRIGG by tho members of tho City SalesCHARLES WILLMAN men's Club as well as the local jobSHEET METAL CONTRACTOR PLUSD3ER bers. Great Interest is being manifested, especially as the association 4l6s Henry Street Home Phono City 1396 has offered an automobile as one of Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-tho attractions at tho country storo, 1204 West Market Street Sack, egg and potato races for tho NORTON BUILDING youngsters, and a baby show for the Homo Phones Shawnee 592 and 593 HODAPP & MILLER N.W. Corner Fourth and Jeffersao mothers are among the features on Special Rates on Large Orders tho programme. Tho park management has promised to have an espeWholesalo Manufacturers of THE VELVET TIP ICE CREAM CO. A. L. GUNN cially attractive bill in tho theater, Incorporated. WORK AND STRAP In addition to tho free concerts In HARNESS IDE CREAM and SHERBETS BAKER AND CONFECTIONER the park given by tho Hawaiian Cumb. Phone M. 1004-$1.00 Per Gallon musicians. Ico Cream Manufacturer and Rowaa 110 South Seventh Street, Loulsvillo S. E. Cor. Twenty-fourt- h Homo Phone 6574 FONTAINE FERRY PARK. M. J. WALLSIIIELD J. F. LINK 1104 South Seventh Street Occupying the headllno position at CLEANER AND DYER OF LADIES' FLORIST the Fontalno Ferry Park Theater AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL Choice Cut Flowers nnd Deslgss next week will bo found Bryand n Specialty Home Phono 3117 SOCIETY DIRECTORY. Cheerbert's Marvelous Manchurlans. t 1124-3- 2 RAMMERS AVENUE Cumb. Phone S. 1640 They should prove a distinct novelty Home Phono City 7319 hero, as this troupe of Celestials are Seventh nnd Oak Streets presenting an act tho like of which A. 0. H. AUTOMOBILE TOPS AND COVERS has never been done by any other troupe. Ethel Klrko and Billy FORD TOURING CAR COVERS DIVISION 1. Fogarty will also occupy an Im2121 Osago Avcnuo 59.00 Second and Fourth Thursday, Lloder-kran- z portant position on the now bill and GUARANTEED FALLS CITY BUGtJY will present a bright melange of Hall, Sixth and Walnut. $2.00 I IANO TUNING $2.00 song and patter. Doing a clever bit 0 South Floyd Street President Mark Ryan. REPAIRING of character acting in portraying tho Vice President William Cushlng. Phone City 1748 Phcno Shawnee 1253 types of men, Secretary Edward role of two distinct Financial George M. Rosoner will entertain on Clancy. B. H. BUETER C. G. STIGLITZ & SONS Recording Secretary James P. tho now bill, and tho "Variety Girl," Queenlo Dunedln, will offer Barry. SURGEON VETERINARY MANUFACTURERS her specialty of dancing, tumbling, Treasurer Thomas Keenan. HORSE SHOEING bicycle riding and wire walking. Tho Sergeant-at-Arm- s Louisville Made FurnacesThomas Tarpy, bill will bo closed by McLlnn and 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET 2 S. Ninth St. Sutton offering their balancing bar DIVISION a. Home Phone, City 2365 City 2542 act, said to bo quite a novelty. Tho Homo Phone Meets First Wednesday Llederkranz troupe of Hawaiian singers and Homo, City 9 8 J. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. players open a week's engagement at PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES Cumb. S. 981 MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF President Joseph Lynch. tho park today and three concerts AND WINDOW GLASS Vice President Daniel O'Keofo. will be given each evening. 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET "Recording Secretary John T. VERIBEST MIXED PAINT CONFECTIONER AND CATERESA Keaney. CATHOLIC PRESS SUNDAY. Weddings and Parties Given Secretary Edward J. STRASSEL-GANFinancial PAINT CO. Special Attention Kelran. In recognition of tho beneficial Charles Wolf, Manager 213 West Market Street Treasurer Thomas Hannan. influence of the Catholic newspapers Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. Hel- - and their work, Cardinal Gibbons lon. has recommended that tho first Sunday in August bo designated as THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT First Communion Books DIVISION 3. Catholic Press Sunday. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hiber ROSARIES OWENSBORO. 0 Portland. nian Home, Maloney. SCAPULAR MEDALS President John M. Tho funeral of Richard Monarch, Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. who died on Friday night of last Secretary Recording Thomas week as a See our new book, "How to Get result of a stroke of Killcen. Ma.rled." paralysis, was held Monday morning Financial Secretary John J. Hes- - from St. Stephen's church. Six of Every Devotional Article her. slon, Jr. tho nephows of tho deceased were No trouble to hIiow goods. D. J. Dougherty. Treasurer tho pallbearers. had Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Kale for years been a Mr. MonarchOwons- resident of her. KMMmHP' ib I'M boro, and was recognized as one of llt! Rogers Church Goods Co, Sentinel Thomas Noone. its foremost and most highly re All the late and new Styles and Shapes spected citizens. 129 S. FOURTH AVE. oan be found here at reasonable prices. DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, CONDUCTS RETREAT. Bertraad Hall, Sixth Street. Tho Rev. Father Edwin, C. P., of President John H. Hennessy. tho Saccred Heart Retreat, gavo a Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. retreat this week for tho Sisters of tho Good Shepherd at tho convent on INCORPORATED Langan. Secretary John J. Eighth street. Recording Barry. ADMITS RIGnT. TreasurerPat Connelly. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas (Far-re-ll. Maxmilian Harden, tho famous writer, admits tho rights of AmeriSentinel M. J. McDermott. can ammunition firms to sell to tho Allies, but sensibly obIcs If tho right Y. M.I. Is worth the price of a rupturo of friendliness and biaoiun couNcn, 205. understanding. Meets Moriday Evenings at Club Twenty-sixtHouse, 344 North EUCIIARISTIO CONGRESS. President John J. Lynn. ConThe Canadian First Vice President John W. gress was opened Eucharlstlcevening Tuesday I Murphy. In Montreal by Cardinal, Begin, of Vice President Martin Quebec, In Notro Dame church. Second P. Schadd. Thero were present twenty-fiv- e Treasurer George J. Thornton. Bishops and many hundreds of Financial Secretary A. C. Link. priests and lay delegates from all Recording Secretary William G. parts of the Dominion. Tho congress Buckel. was in session Wednesday and Marshal Harry Alberts. Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. Thursday. OutBlde Sentinel Harvey Pfelf-fe- r. FORCED TO RETURN. The war in has forced fivo Executive Committee Frank G. young priests Europe Congregation of tho of Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank 191 Home Phone' Geiler, A. W. Andrlot, John R. the Holy Cross to quit their studies Cumb. Phone West rum in Rome and to return to Notro Barry. Damo University. They are Revs. Georgo Finnegan, Charles Millner, taken seriously, as it is an even Richard Confine, Charles Marshall money bet that with the present and Christopher Brooks. They were lineup they will not finish one, two, studying at the Minerva, but the INCORPORATED three, and will be lucky to finish in number' of students had fallen off the first division. Despite their poor l,t such an extent owing to army road showing the Colonels and drafts and other causes connected Hooslers will figure as the real con- with the war that their college had tenders when the 'f'ht is drawing to close its doors aS least temBj to a close. After the Cleveland porarily. The young priests report series these two will get together that practically no students are now SM at all leading bars aad cafes. Renowned for purity, strength again and sortie real baseball may be In Rome .from France, Germany, DEUSER, Mnxers,, Louisi QRUBER expeetea, ,r j. 1" Austria or Belgium. f t, FRED ERHART ARCHITECT L. A a HORKUNG 128-13- - 210-22- PL-AT- S 1818-182- FRANK FEHR BREWING CO - German-Amorlc- an h. Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVTXiLB. KY. WIEDEMAN BREWING COMPANY'! Celebrated Draught and Bottled Q ireis: S. COHEN, LABOR'S FRIEND AND ADVO CATE, POPULAR WITH ALL CLASSES. PROF. V. O. GILBERT Candidate For Offioe o Superin- I'rlmary Election, August 7, 1015. ALVIN STEGER Making Winning Race for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals Nomination. opinion tendent o( Pablio Iastrno. tion. JAMES QUARLES Candidate For CHAS. W.MILLIKEN Has Made Life's Study of Scientific Mating of Stock and Cattle. candidates who .are letting the other man know they ar.c running is the Hon. Jtfat. S. Cohen, of Lexington. Mr. Cohen desires the office of Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics, and see3 no possibility of defeat. No man in the State is better known or has more friends than Mr. Cohen,, who stands at the very head of one of Kentucky's pet industries the breedstudy of ing and mating of fine stock. lie has made a this work ; he has lectured upon the subject at many of the leading colleges of the West ; he tias bred, trained and shown some of the finest horses ever, seen in the country, and is, moreover, a fine agriculturist, who is a friend and brother of all the farmers Among tlife life-lon- g Prof. V. O. Gilbert, present As of 'Instruc slstant Superintendent tion, is receiving many indorsements throughout the State for thq officeflf Superintendent of Publics lwjV BSfe' ssssflwdx t "' tKa JftssssssssV ""a f s '""i sfli jNPV.1. 3 it' 1 " Tf j jiajlfmnn. jiiiiii nij i'M- ',B' ll .s , M n 'JjL LiB si)!. 4 jJy 'It&SHsssssssssssssW ' nBhII vflESErassssssssssssssssssssssssssssssHsl MAT. S. COHEN. throughout the State. No man, is better posted as regards tho duties of the Commissioner's office than he. He is popular with all our agriculturists and stock men. He knows tho needs and advantages of every county in our borders, and would glory in making his office one of the best of our State departments. Mr. Cohen is a thorough Kcntuokian in manners and speech, and would have to use a. cash register to ring up all his friends. Every one who has ever met this gentleman desires to see him win, and looks upon him as a Democrat who would not only make a fine official, but certainly deserves the recognition at the hands of his fellow citizens of Kentucky. ?48HSSSS8S4xS3 Instruction, for which ho is a candidate, subject to the action of the Democratic party in the primary ofi August 7. Prof. Gilbert's friends and supporters aver that because of his experience gained in his present posltoin he is the logical candidate! for the office and that his good lecord is deesrving of promotion the same as in any otner Dusiness oi, walk of life. Ho has boen connected with the public schools In) different capacities for over thirty 44th Legislative District years and during that time has; served as teacher in county schoolsi Subject to Action of the Democratic County Superintendent, City Superi Party, Intendont, and for more than six yeara a member of the faculty of the West em Kentucky State Normal School. Prof. Gilbert's platform la one that appeals to the citizens of all classes and Is as follows: "First To administer the office of State Superintendent as economically as It can be done, consistent Judging from tho expressions of 'of newspaper men and political leaders throughout the State Alvln Steger, of Owenton, has a runaway raco of it for tho Subject to the Action of tho made Democratic nomination for Clerk of Tarty. Democratic tho Court of Appeals, he being popular with all factions and organiza Primary. Saturday, Aug. 7, 1915 tions in the Democratic party. Mr. Steger has long served ns Clerk of the Owen Circuit Court, being eloven years in offlce, and this ex perience In tho opinion of many has CANDIDATE FOR well fitted him for the ofllce to which ho aspires. In 1913 he was elected President of the Kentucky Association of County and Circuit Clerks and the members of .this body throughout tho State are now his loyal and staunch supporters. Mr. Steger has made a canvass of tho State during tho past few weeks and Is more than pleased at the many " kind offers of support which havo' ", llslswBii ,.$Ff como to him unsolicited. In this district, the banner one of the State' pssssssMbVIi?' from a Democratic standpoint, it is expected he will receive a handsomo plurality, having made many friends here among tho Democrats in CIRCUIT JUDGE First Division, Chancery Branch. E. S. DORSEY iss! ?iafllHH G. B. LIKENS Making Active Canvass of State for Nomination for Secretary of State. G. B. Likens, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Secretary of State, was in this city the past wcok and expressed himself as being REPRESENTATIVE CANDIDATE FOR Subject to the Action of the Democratic Primary, August 7, 1915 I adopt this method of thanking my friends and supporters throughout the State for the magnificent support they have given me in my race for the Democratic nomination for Secretary of State. If the same loyalty and enthusiasm is manifested in the next four weeks as has been shown in the past, I feel confident that we shall win a great victory on August 7. Yours for Democratic success in November. CHAS. W. MILLIKEN. SECRETARY OF STATE d Set of Four Granite Bowls ; mem S-- t f I Wmm WITH ONE POUND iaWMHttSSf illliB $&$&$S$$$&S Mixed Tea 60c STORE CLOSES AT 6 P. M, DURING JULY AND AUGUST. JOHN M. MTJJtVXO Y BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 W. MARKET ST. VMVlVtVVVVlVVWlVVtWVWtV1,VVWlVtVt SlWA isSV 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 help, not to hinder. "Third To make the department of education serve the classified cities in every possible way. To this end I shall seek for ways to servo tho city boards of education and city departments. ' in every "Fourth To possible way with the 'boards of which tho State Superintendent may I bo a member. "Fifth To tho organization of courses of study, so as to adjust tho educational machinery and work of the schools to the practical living needs of the community at large, and to hold constantly before the children examples of 'temperance, culture and good citizenship. especially "Sixth To with the illiteracy commission. The State Superintendent is made by law a member of this commission, and I shall most heartily with the commission in its great werk of eliminating adult illiteracy and illiteracy in general." MAOKIX'S HEUNIOX. with efficiency. "Second To ii FOR HWHmHHnWMMtWttWtHHmHK HEFMAH STRAUS SONS J FOURTH AVENUE IHCaP0ATCD MARKET STREET t r eJjfc W IP.. BANNON PIPE COJ ii prove of the greatest intertest to its friends and members. The various I committees have given the tasks assigned their ample study, and not INCORPORATED an element that would contribute to WJHOryEJSAXEC A3VJD 7EZ.&TA.TJL,. tho day's enjoyment has been overlooked. There will be music and PHONE-SOU- TH 2Sw. CITY 1866. dancing on tho boats and at the Markers and Mausoleums. SID DGUTIIITT grove, neid games and otner conSend for our illustrated designs tests, and also plenty of refreshments. The committees are deter- and prices. EVERY GARMENT CLEANED SEPARATELY AND BY HAND mined to wrest from all tho laudaLarge and new stock to select Candidate for Railroad Commis tory words, "Well done, ftlackin!" from, all high class work. sioner Subject to Action of "You Have Tried the Rest; Now Try the BEST." Boats will leave the foot of First Democratic Party. street at 8 and 9 o'clock In the New Muldoon Monument Co. morning and 1 and 2 in the 625 South Third St. Sid Douthitt, of Henry county, is receiving much encouragement in CLEANED BY THE CONVALESCENT. his race for the Democratic nominaSoft Water and Olive Oil Soap Process. tion for Railroad Commissioner ip II Tho Rev. Father Martin Franbon-berge- r, the Second district, and claims that; I assistant to Father Ohio at he will receive a substantial plurTHIS METHOD UNEXCELLED. St. Martin's' church, who has been ality in tho August primary. This ill at St. Joseph's Infirmary since district Is composed of the following July 5, is now convalescent and able counties: Adair, Anderson, 'Bullitt, to leave his bed. Members of his Boyle, Casey, Carroll, Clinton, Cumparish will be glad to learn that it berland, Fayette, Franklin, Gallatin, "TUB HOUSE WITH THE REPUTATION." Is expected ho will be able to leavo Garrard, Green, Henry, Jefferson, the Jessamine, Lincoln, iMarion, Mercer, Both Phones 2635. '426 South Fifth St. days. infirmary within tho next few Owen, Pulaski Oldham, Nelson, Russell, Scott, Shelby, Spencer, VISITING BROTHER PRIESTS. Washington, a Taylor, $ i ii.MM..H.H Trimble, I't Wayne and Woodford. Mr. Douthitt! M. J. 8ANN0N, P. BANKM, JR., UWRDttE 1. VEEHEIUM, The Rev. Father Austin Fox, of has been Circuit Clerk of 'Henryt We Give and Redeem Profit Sharisa Certificates Vice Frtt. & Trias. X Prw. & Hfr. Secretary. the Franciscan Mission Band of tho county for tho past twelve years and; Catholic University at Washington, I IMMMt 8 has obtained a following in that) HtM MO who conducted the spiritual retreat e now boosting hla, section who at tho Sacred Heart Academy, has candidacy for Railroad CommlsEDW. A. AXMAN HOME PHONE CITY 3238 boen spending the week as the guest Fifth sloner. Ho is known all over thq DAN J. HENNES3Y JHarkef of Rev. Seraphim Scchlang and tho State to tho many Democratic leadMIDSUMMER WEAR A SPECIALTY. Franciscan fathers at St. Anthony's ers In every section, all paying! Sewer and CBlrart Pipe, rectory. Ho will leave during the tribute to him as an official and, Bannoa's Pateat Lidded Pipe for Steam Coadaits, THE $1.00 BOX DELUXE coming week. citizen. Mr. Douthitt is a man who Wall Copiah Dr&iB Tilt, Titrlfiei IrlcK, is In every way qualified thai Fire rreoHBg, Flae Liaiag, Fire BricK (our Saturday Special) is position he seeks. He has forgreat; INTERESTING EXPOSITION. Grate aad Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Ckimaer Yeps. is the most remarkable Flower executive ability,the one of the day, a splendid; men of Next Wednesday evening at tho OFFICE B28 WEST JEFFERSON man of affairs, and above all he la meeting of the Knights of Columbus value obtaiaable. a Democrat whoso devotion to bl UPSTAIRS STORE. S. II. Hardman, Chairman of tho 425 W. Jefferson Street HOME PHONES CITY p Other BOXES DE LUXE CUMB. MAIN 507. party makes him one of the ibest Educational Committee, will submit at $2.00 and $3.00. workers It has. He would make a complete report of the result of WORKS 13th end Breck. and Magaolia Ave., Bet. 9 Hi and lOtli. GoHpoBB with every par. fhie Commissioner, and wherever he; the educational features of the past chase. goes 1 during his campaign his which has been WW l H- season, and beneficial to most satispopularity 'follows many boys and overtakes factory Place Tour Orders Friday for CALL-FOR him. Delivery Saturday. and young men. Chairman Hard- man will also glvo an exhibition of PATHEB mRISCOHf. the work of the bookkeeping class and other work. The Rev. JPather TJrlscoll, recently Sine 1873 ordalneQ, is for the present sta ItETREAT, THE FLOWERS SHOP AT tioned at St. Thomas Asylum, taking Since Monday a retreat has been the place of (Father James O'Connor, S50 S. FOURTH AVENUE. In progress for the Sisters of Charity who la ill at Sts. Mary and Eliza, The most popular cooking device ia at Nazareth. It is being conducted beth Hospital. BROS. by one the and the world. Easy to clean, cooks quieklyj concludeof next JesuItJCathers, feastwill HERRMANN Monday, THREE FROM UNITY. of IMPORTERS bakes perfectly and consumes tke least St. Vincent de Paul. the Unity Council, Y. M. I., of New fine Wines and liquors. possible ameunt of gas. by Albany, will he represented IIENDHItSON. Distillers and Wholesale DealIt is made to last. three delegates at the Atlantic ers ia Finest Bernds ef Ken Jurisdiction Grand Council convenThe Rev Father Alphonsua, C. P., tueScy Ynlskles, especially. tion to he held here next August. of the Sacred Heart Retreat, has They are John Fontrich, Carl iFenger gone to Henderson, where he will JL JLKMU J-AUUUI1U and James O'Hara. The alternates officiate during the absence of w BOTTLED IN BOND. are Fred C. IReisz, Merlin Corcoran Is now la CaliFatheq Lynoh, who 1 234 S SIXTH STKET and Fred Stumler. !15 WEST MARKET STREET. fornia. e' TWMl9. -- Mackin Council, Y. M. I., for its annual reunion at Fern Grovo next Tuesday is most assuredly composed of itqms which at Jhis time must The programme arranged by satisfied with the result of his can vass in tho different State districts. Many offers of support have come to him unsolicited because of his record In tho Auditor's ofllce during Seventh Magisterial District and tho present administration, Democratic leaders and officials say Comprising the Eighth, Ninth and that he would make an excellent Tenth wards and precincts 3G to 02 asset on the ticket for tho November of tho Eleventh ward. Mr. Likens' past record election. Subject to tho action of the Demo- In the Democratic ranks entitles him cratic party. to favorable consideration, belonging Primary, Saturday, August 7, 1915. to what might bo called tho Wood' row Wilson type of Democrats, his career as principal of tho High School at South Carrollton, serving there for two years before venturing on a political career. He Is popular alike with all classes, his Democracy being sound in every way, this' attrlbuo giving him a large fol lowing in his natlvo bailiwick, Hart ford, where he has served as Chairman of tho Democratic Executive Committee of Ohio county for four years. His friends assert that he will be given a record breaking vote in the coming primary. Magistrate OUR JULY ng MONUMENTS IlltliUI SALE IS I: VVVVVVkVVVVVVVVWVi PALM BEACH SUITS 50c GERMAN BANK NOW IN PROGRESS All Summer Merchan Puis Cleaning and Dyeing' Co. nun ''" unwun dise radically reduced. f - n18M8a I and Sis. best-post- ed Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS 573-178- 8. !! I - QXJICK MEAL GAS RANGE BE SURE TO -- JACOB SCHULZ McKENNA WHISKY. HER & SON Pearl of Nelson, ff U ftfoKaitna RicHllar. Faiofiald Kv IUIUlb .; IT IS ALWAYS PURE.