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INCORPORATED. 405 West Broadway Kentucky Irish American NO. 4. iCatholic women and children: havo suffered and have labored with others for the domestic peace and for the preservation of home. Catholic, priests and religious havo given to tho immigrant, care to INDIAN MOTORCYCLES Master of Them All CENTURY CYCLE CO. INCORPORATED. 405 West Broadway VOLUME XXXV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULYg24, 1915. AnnualTlawn fete and 9 July festival for Sts, Maryland Elizabeth Hospital, on hospital grounds. July 29 Moonlight j excursion of Emerald Hibernian Sooial Club on Addressed tho "World's Purity Homer Smith. August 2 Annual Splenic of St. Congress Thursday at San Michael's church at GSpring Bank Francisco. gp . Park. y 2 picnic at August .Spring Bank Park forjbenefit of St. Accorded Hearty Welcome Upon' Michael's church August 3 ,, , Lawn eto for benefit . 1 nxrivui in mu vxwmun of St. Columba's church on church d .grounds, Market City. streets. aw August 4 Festlvaland outing for St. Joseph's Orphans Home, on Hl9 Subject Was "The Family orphanage grounds, (trescent Hill. d August 5 Lawnjffete on and Its Influence For Hall grounds, jjSlxth street, Purity." near Oak, arternoonahd evening. August 11 Plcnlajbf St. Aloyslus church at Pewee Valley. August 18 Ladles Altar Society HEARD BY A LARGE AUDIENCE midsummer euchre- fjand lotto, St. James' school hall, Bardstown road and Edensldo avenue! August 26 Annual, picnic of St. The Rev. iBdward J. Lynch, of Ann's church at Spring Bank Park. Henderson, Kentucky representative, is to the IPurlty Congress at San Fran- the parents whom they should love and esteem, cisco, was given a cordial welcome nnd what kind of moralltycan be expected of upon his arrival there. (Father the offspring of such parents, can one suppose Lynch Is Chaplain cfctho Knights of purity In them? Must net one expect that Columbus at Anderson, and there fore tho Rev. Jchard Ryan and expect that they will bo as bad as Uielr par the William 0". Ahern were appointed a ents, menacestheand traps toscoffersunwary, licentious,' ,, rfinr(Bnnt with at chastity. f wn,f n Besides support and ordinary education, during the stay of must Instruct their offspring If they would California Council 28-2- PRICE FIVE CENTS. readers of tho dally papers are not confronted with tho following sample announcement: "Mr. ho is backed BIGOTRY Dr. John G. Coylo Makes Annly- sis of Clinrgcs Against American Catholics. land. FATHER LYNCH COMING BVJiNTS. POLITICAL Surprise Is tho Attempt to cure Machine Support Here. Se- CALIFORNIA ests" (meaning wishes by any iHaly-iBeckha- to deny that special interin- In the local races Judge James Edwin Mnrlilinm's Appreciation. Quarles .Is making a dignified cam of Scrra and Franclscian vass for Chancery Judge, having the Followers. Indorsement of many attorneys at the bar, who wish to see him reelected. There are two three-cornered races ifor 'Representative, E. S. llaly and Beckham Attribute Dorsey, John Drescher and L. D. Writer on Early Four Main Points Used liy Lendh Owlngs Jn the district, Missionaries of tho Far Short Memories to Louisville ers in Opposition to while F. Joseph Schmltt, Fred Horn Democracy. West. and A. Spahn are contestants in Church. the Forty-sixtMr. Schmltt claiming that he will defeat both in the latter, and says that the law forFormer Furnished Issuo While bidding the giving away of street Great Bronx Statue of Fraccis- Cntholics Have Shed Their Blood car transfers will defeat Spahn, who can Stands in Golden Gate Later Furnished the was the father of the measure. The For Prcservntion of This Candidate. Park. friends of John O'Brien, candidate Country. for Magistrate ,ln the Seventh Magisterial district, claim he is a sure winner, basing that claim on the fact that he will receive the bulk) MEMORY IS HELD IN ESTEEM O'BRIEN'SMAGISTERIALCHANCES ASK ONLY FREEDOM AND JUSTICE of tho vote In the south end of tho Eighth, Ninth and Tenth wards) which section was the banner one In campaign About the nerviest and most the municipal Buschemeyer of 1913, Edwin Markham, the well known giving Mayor and the Unfounded beliefs that Catholics thing in State politics, and ticket a splendid majority, Mr. writer, author of "Tho.Man with tho brazen were to turn over the Government adverse O'Brien being one of the preoinct Hoo" and other poems and articles, which has created much to the (Pope; that tho church favors BIRTHDAY OP CARDINAL. comanent, is the attempt of the leaders in that organization. a "closed Bible;" that Catholics Inhas recently written a volume on machine to come into tho and tend destroying Protestantism "California tho Wonderful." dealing anYesterday the eighty-firFifth district and persuade the CHURCH LAWN FETE. to abolish public schools, were given niversary of was birth of His Eminwith the history and achievements tho voters to glvo their Democratic by Dr. John G. Coyle aB the causes Gibbons, considered support to Tom Rhea for Auditor bigotry in the ence Cardinal greatest living Much good natured rivalry Is be- and natural beauties of that State. of Ameri and Claude Terrell for Treasurer ing manifested in the lawn fete to be As must be done in any story of the United States in an address at St. by many the great against Robert L. Greene and Sher- glvon Western country, tho Gabriel's church, Brooklyn. The ad- can, ana irom an quarters or for St. Louis Bertrand's author Far necessarily alludes to tho man Goodpaster for the same ofdress was the feature of tho quar- gratulatlon and expressions of good many, church on Bertrand Hall grounds, work of the Franciscan missionthe province of the terly meeting of the Diocesan s Prancj8C0. be faithful to the orlglnalfplan, larrlage In has fices. This, In the opinion of un Sixth street, near Oak, Wednesday h, L h plan,near tho limit Branch of the American Federation will. It has been said that no more J delivered his address divine no change in It, th must and God their la nrettv If nothing else, andInproves and Thursday, August 4 and 5, tho aries who laid the foundation for made Instruct of California. of Catholic Societies. After- having fveThl before a large and appreciative aud& children In Purity and what pertains thereto. pudence, '.. "Jm l members working with a zest to cap- the antMBeckham Markham does not agreq with tha reviewed the various outbursts of enco Thursday afternoon, his subject I do not mean here that pfcase of Purity which the assertion euc- - ture flrst honors for tho booth of St. Paul and St. John (i. Cor. xiv) last wIS01? ihB? ? bigotry in this country in 1775, ?r being "The Family and Its Influence, exalt so highly, no, I mean thevii. adoc purity men Qnd year that crazed withgiven their respective societies. Tho Holy beliefs of these sons of St. Francis; kind power example, believe drunk with 1834, In 1852, in 1887, and in our Fatherynch spoke as that protects generation. IThe virtue of purity ces3 UrOUgn COIlirOl theOl 1116 State Name Society men claim that they he does not, forthey preached to In IriusanisAtrC!nhoua of the tho hell which noi.t ha In.Hll.H Int nltis'ml.i.1 n.l ....I r.t the MUl day, Br. Coylo made bis analysis of will capture flrst honors and shatter Indians, 'but he nevertheless can not pulpit oration, "Church and Age," Mr. Chairman, ladles and Gentlemen: machine child from babyhood up; the child must be Board of Valuation, tho the various points taken by the before tho great and Imposing taught purity of word and action, taught to dictator and leader has begun to the idea that women make the best refrain from praise for tho work It Is a pleasure to be with you on this oc- -' forces of bigotry, and answered pictures, and readings Is and the Baltimore Cathe- caslon, you the .pleasuretogetherthe Ingreatercause avoidcontrary to companions to abhor them that bellevo that he can "bamboozle tho hustlers and solicitors for church which they accomplished and thq are them in turn. Dr. Coyle said in assemblage Inoccasion of it, taught dral on the the silver of Purity. are banded jou, respectthefor my to fly from them as torn scarlet fever and Democrats of any district and at any affairs. The women of tho Altar So- spirit In which this work was done. or part: t Respect for ciety and girls of tho Blessed Virgin By the the character Kentucky, by a return Bartolomo de las Casas he calls "The Catholic is charged with Jubilee of the Cardinal, who said In1 civil superior, the Governorin ofBan rancisco, smallpox. particular way.vwhat is of the stable time. As support for the good of- Sodality say that the men will be disof jour nurse' what whose appointment i am of imany Demofices and "a soul toucned with holy anger, wishing to turn over the country to part reverence for the angelle boy with whom your child will associate notstill, "Gibbons of Baltimore T can but creater nre organized to promote, demand withstanding close supervision, what of the crats In Louisville and Jefferson; tanced, while tho boys and girls of a true priest of tho Lord. Ho had the1 rule of the IPopo, although Tlrtue yu the give booth are working Language and handlings which of in although Catholic American has shown in not heart.to imy words the warmth Its candor, ideas put In many things I shall but playmates? youngster does not suspect of evil county by tho primary, ofsupple- - tho children's all of the older folks In him the stuff of heroes conquietly to put While the Innocent Beckrepeat forward by others. I shall give to them united support mented secration to humanity, long pawars against Mexico and Spain that my background. the The name Cardinal not claiming sacramental power and it will iuii, at uiiui " nnuitu 'SBCf-SL.'- S ho is a true American. The Cath- sincerity. lights tho page of of nearly not be treated In this address the World's "",? p.cV.?a j taioj "ES?. language tuiiubu ham and his ticket In November, ana in the havo been Issued Combination tience." But it Is properly to tho mil uv Gibbons books containing a great Junlpero Serra, "tho ardent," machine Insults learned Purity Federation labors to promote purity In that it win be hard to break, olic is charged with wishing to have every forgotten, about women and that win which Democratic list of valuable prizes to be awarded, as he calls him, that his most genand deed a 'closed Bible,' although the Cath- social book politicaltreats of modern, thought, word to throw its In men, force against generation not be befori theand muchmind Is slaps In the face every lending Imbibed child's y.v united questions. Tho children; and Tlco which Insults Uie Almighty prepared for its solemn truths and dignity. and aid while tho different societies aro con- erous tribute is paid. "This great votef in th'S. olic church was tho custodian of the rippllngs the contrary speof their fanatics The child, indeed, should tho degrades Tour New Testament. Catholic priests fluence cross Cardinal Gibbons' In- and eminently the human race. field Isobject is functions of generation "ad be Instructed on and to the prohibition Kentucky's In an centrating to bo strength on one each yet gentlo spirit who took the fato dangers busl- - cial prizo worlddisposed of at of the the effort to destroy of California upon his resolute and religious preserved the Bible Vatican. Tho tho threshold Cardinal an and my noble one,"The Family and Its tho abuses the lnstlnctt on the generation is open subject, wide, work anu which would do booth. shoulders" he speaks of as follows; from destruction when barbarian Gibbons forms an epochof Influence for Purity," but one of the avenues to, but this instruction belongs to parents and "es, ""ftfesis, histo LOUISVllIO in in tho harm they cannot conscientiously evade It, much less IncalcuablO "As an orator, ho was singularly of work. hordes overran Europe and plun- tory of tho church in- leave it to the small boy playmate on the particular. America. pro Ho in This act of base Parents are EXPECT GREAT OUTING. modest, deploring his lack of tho dered and burned cities, churches has made known as no one before create children, not mere functionaries to cdu street. Some shelter themselves behind the feed, clothe and secularly gratitudo even disgusted some of the 'internal fire that other speakers and monasteries. Catholics Issued him did Mia rhnrrh fn t'hp nnnnln nf , te them, and otherwise and afterwards leavo me assert with all the emphasis I am able to z.t the use, that the Catechlsmlclass and the Sunday lya supporters If the weather Is fair there Is flung out 'to make men burn foe over 800 editions of the Bible be- America, no Dr. of their very naturo public, are to indeed, these fore Luther mado his revolt. The WitneS3 Of the has demonstrated tho i,avogreater dutieswhich the but as a means de- - School, beingfor this work; lessons of this kind ham policies, among them being Mc- - every prospect that the annual picnic Christ.' He might have stayed In Incompetent Creator Itlmself end church for Milton- Board, ho now opposes first closing of tho Bible in the the natural alliance exlstlne America, the the orphanagq Europe and risen to high place and and outing on God created man for a cannot be delegated, parents themselves aro Uio signed for mankind. between glorious destiny, made him for a never ending uiiij flt uv yiVlJVt tiwiiubivid) nM tvllh.inr.,1. - CllCSnGV aiTUlIS baCKOrS. !,. .,,,1 English speaking world was by tho ln.rfnr. mwt In class. grounds on AugUEt 4 for tho benefit power as prince of the church. But t J church wun tno Ing any equipment In a staff who teach a.kusnowing inuuo of St. Joseph's Orphans' Home, Serra did not seek this sort of dispeace, contentment ana happiness Aiier XU9 aumirauio Henry Vin. of England when he had modan Innate sense Himself and his after democratic nMn-n- ri p0i,nii J nnv.nii. Ul 3 TMinilfrTi Tlj An4tn 4li t nnnlnn ntrrt Lord earthly pilgrimage; angels In heaven for a The ordinary Ischild has shocked and ho ofshould by Louisville Democracy last Novem- Crescent Hill, will' bo the largest tinction, since he belonged to that J esty which easily VUkUUtlL.0 destined him his fllq affair of tho kind that has taken higher order of souls to whom urged by their Supreme IPontlffs to fallen from the eyes of bliss rilled as a vessel is filled to Its ca- not bo unnecessarily taught things lie is too ber the leaders and rank and tho oung to know. Perhaps some will say that naturally expected Beckham and his place pacity, not a drop wanting; and to fit man for read tho Bible, dally and promised this year. Plans are perfected honors and station and power In prejudices have vanished. this the Lord made man like to Himself. The as the child must know them some time, why followers to support iLIeut. Gov. are nothing nothing be'- spiritual rewards for so doing. a always great churchman, is tho spiritual part, the soul endowed with under- not now? The soonerjis not not be tho bet- McDermott, Jefferson county's can- for giving everyone tho good time and themselyes aro vaiuaDi allowed Interest which cause they a fine supper, and "The Catholic believes in n Su- Ho, tho ter; small children should standing, free will and aptitude for everlast citizen. Church and country ing lire. Is Incorporated In a body mat among razors as playthings, nor are they taught the didate for tho Democratic Guberpremo Court on the meaning of tho great In Is manifested Is greater even than in In helping us to serve tho good, to power In production is root tho Bible. Every new Christian creed uniteunionhim and the magnetism Of! other powers of Us own kind given the faculty cube mannerbefore there multiplication table.mind, natorial nomination, and wore sur- past years, At the preparatory Bervo God and the people. To seo development of as Is like It Is a pervades tho whole land,L of reproducing prised when Haly and Beckham meeting held Monday night an- this truth Is to get a glimpse' of tho has beon based upon some iman's the i.i that much resembles crcatorshln: and God per- - of observation, of ability to know the relation -i i ii j ,ects ,hls wwdncttoi by adding an Immortal of cause and effect, the prudent parent will withheld their Indorsement, this sur- nouncement was made that there spiritual fact of our existence, is to5 interpretation of tho BIblo and his 7 " " tlSSinJ with take seasonable opportunity to Instruct the off- prise being Increased when McChes-ne- y P6!?0?.' ..tea?h,?S well deposed soul JIn every instance. This following out of his lnternretatlon. will bo numerous booths for tho sale get a senso of life's true values. And must future this to trust the church. the Deity in giving existence to somethinglnhabl spring. Language of must kind grave be grave was shoved forward as their of fancy and useful articles and Junlpero Serra had this deep InAs Individuals in States must take I be and firm tants of earth and heaven Is need not tell the qualities of mind and exalted, a vocation t& be honored by holy and modest, reproof after- amusement features that will delight sight Into "the things worth while; tho even to corporal chastisement If necessary, tho representative, It developing their interpretation of tho laws and and heart which havo brought tho personally public and the individual; it is a prlvllego that language such as will hold the child pure and ward that Beckham to commandments of tho State from safeguarded against everything give reverence for the matter treated. Human selected McChesney as the machine tho hearts of young and old. The so wo find that he had no self ought to one authorized body, tho courts, and reward of success to the labors ofj that would be dining tables will be under tho serve, and that he longed only to derogate from Its dignity, frustrate generation or whatever relates to it is no Gibbons the nation knows" its object, or impair the fitness of the human Joking matter, the affair Is a sacred, a function candidate while Haly, the lover of must obey tho decisions of tho CardinalHe Is charge V. Wellington and a spend his days In the service of his them. Hid agents. It should be carried on along the lines ordained by God; and if purity is to bo safe- the sensational and anxious to corps of of chefs, who courts as to the meaning of the vision can not be experienced and to find his ono narrowed to a of responsibility to the Creator and the guarded and fornication and adultery guarded startle the voters, regardless of promise to set a tempting and sub fellows, good accomplished." reward laws, so the Catholic takes tho mean the nothing Money against OFFSPRING, consideration of men or was made forand for but man lower.made for ought to children advancing in meir "teens whether It helped or hurt tho party, stantial repast beforo their guests. In Of Serra In .the long trip which was man, be taught that abuso In youth or maing ui iuo .ujuie as given Dy nis,,,,. He is Hla onto turity cripples and endangers the functions of tacked the prohibition Issue Is expected that many persons led the beginnings of his missions, uvuy Ul tUQ sympathies are limited by the heaven. .wui I, Clio icauuiug As Adam's body was built of already created married life. McChesney, tho latter being willing It take advantage of the oppor- ho says: "Father Serra, the leader Catholic church that extends in frontiers of humanity will and finished matter, and Eve's body from it, Modesty, decency and decorum of language, to run on any old platform. careless of so mankind must be continued from, finished The tunity to enjoy a dinner and supper of ono pilgrim band, insisted upon unbroken lino back to the Apostles manners are traits of every urn ugbl uuuviues iu from entire humanity that is Irom man and dress and family; indelicate subjects will not selection of McChesney and tho in.t.- - u - ,m"i wuuv wu, VfW nPrtrtrl sf Atl.A. nn Tin In ictiu iui woman, ."tiaie- hdu leniaie.iie - creuiea .uiem;. be discussed promiscuously in the family cir- jection of tho prohibition Issue was In tho open air and will arrange to sharing the hardships, so he walked iuu .M. j UUUDli hIQ .thA btiru isub ..j i .!fc"v vi grounds on all the way. We see him leading his niB teacningS. Tfte men Who were every noblo uiuvio, uiu io saying: "Increase and cle, and nauseous, silly and scandalous books not the result of hasty action, but of eat on tho orphanage blessed work. patriotic. In- - and God and flU them,face of charged to 'Go forth, teaching all tellectual social muIUP'y pilgrims into the Far North, see him tha suggest the lewd, publications and plays " ""&" tho pnnanuiropic, na was 1M8 flrst marrIage th foundat on of This that detail the nasty attachments and grounds conferences participated In by Beck- that day Instead of at home. nations,' are tho first SuDremo Court wel1 aS going barefoot except for sandals, of rellElns and in tho 'first family, for the family consistsfamilyparents Uiatdivorce suits are destructive to purity and ham, Haly, Rhea and Dr. Palmer, of OH tne 1J Die, and tho court has never dressed in a coarse gray robe with FRANCISCAN PROVINCIAL. must should bo excluded by parents who take con- and Adams of the Prohibitionist and nrosecutlon nf It ho lolrm hnndo with and children: the head of the been Without US full quota Of mem- - , lahnrnr nnil tha nrmlfnllnt with' command his children and his household after cern about tho chaslty of their children. hood and hempen girdle, and pickall, Leaguers. In him to keen the nay of the Lord, and do c For proper correction and direction of the Tho Very Rev. Father Rudolph ing a way for his company over tho a,t,dythe white mn and with the black Justice and Judgment Here are union, the oung and maturing, parents need the full con- probability the question of gratitude, .. The is charged with . Bonner, O. F. M., master of novices bleak and broken desert land, 'a must know the wlth the Catholic, Protestant command to bear children and to fit their offof their tending to destroy Protestantism. and the Jew. Cardinal Gibbons, tho spring for heaven. This is a vocation grand fidenceproclivities children, they of their young, or fairness to Louisville and Jeffer of St. Anthony's Monastery, Mt. land that Is lonelier than ruin.' " and associates alms, considered in, enough for. any man's son or daughter, a future proper son county was not ."T1,1"" Unless the teaching of his own creed most outspoken of Catholics, they love their children At tho conclusion of a descriptho for which due precaution ought to be taken and and If on the parental office, and place urge the conference and the betrayal of Airy, was on Thursday elected these will value and its legitimate extension by mis- - most loyai Provincial of the Cincinnati prov- tion of Father Serra's labors we - the Democrats from the Fifth Soof the Popo preparaUon made. them home whensoever conditions permit. roc- nf Bdnw in thA Amnrron nf AmAr True to this purpose, there were large famo.uua.jr His Jurisdiction extends over read this: "For over thirty years uin. will ueswoy clubs and nnoon teas have their tHct who a,ded Beckham WM gQ ince. was consecrated to the service estantlsm, the charge is absurdly cans. 'I desire to accentuate his ilies In times gone by. Although we know that b?ywhafsodX"snifwoyrenuU.tas,, down in 'Kentucky political history, all Franciscan monasteries and res- Serra Indians. Sixteen of these some are barren, and no blame attaches thereuntrue. Without meaning to be American patriotism, ifor It has been for, we ask in consternation what has become idences In Ohio, nndiana, Illinois, of tho formed In partnership with as tho basest of its kind. they offensive, the Catholic responds that a wondrous factor In his victories." of the families of from four to a dozen chil- one Deity themselics years wero spent In California, f it comes first, the outside lady or the There Is an old saying to the Michigan, Missouri, Kansas, New ho need not make an effort to dedren we were accustomed to see fifty years nlno great missions, snfaTiTo'ufS' effect that If someone deceives and Mexico, Arizona, Kentucky and thq building up ago? A former President of the United States stroy Protestantism, for the Thq whero 6,000 Indians were taught tho province of Ontario, Canada. called It "race suicide," and some intentionally the finger of scorn point to a profligate son or robs you that is not your fault, but CALLED TO HER REWARD. of Protestants Is doing that. d Provincial for two rudiments of religious doctrine and and flagrantly unsex themselves to escape the a dissolute daughter; anu can tne negligent par- - if it happens the second time then it an . .. thA Empty churches, great appeals for motherhood, more trivial ?nm Early Tuesday morning there duties of Nature revolts some for abuso of the Hut what of the ruin honnM.nh fnrwroughtlilll. ' Is your fault. This being the Bltua1 years taught philosophy at St. Boniface wore trained In tho beginnings ofTho reasons. In against may have an occasional 'go to church Sunday,' passed to Its' Teward Monastery In Louisville. As Industrial and ordered life. of generation, if the the other man at family, what exenango work must or pulpits, sensational PlfliAiilna tnitfinntinli soul of Mrs. power destructive effects not In the act, andleast another man's maintaining inof degredatlon; the tlon at tho present time, the innt half on the crowd 'believing vitlr ft In Its This has been shown the person said child he Is child Is as good as his, be he that Vice Provincial, the Very iRevj certainly of this mission admiration! command tho race. ' Eugene and strongly m?"f," Cavanaugh and mother of Mrs. In argument and invective during sessions of other man's Louisville Democrats are easy, aro elected. iButtermann, O. F. M., was nf nil nnrsona. whatever their creed. Mn he peasant. The Very (Rev. Father " l" Jsle Todhunter and Andrew J. Cav- - tnis Federation ; divine law, both In Holy Scrip prince or be the family is not always at home; now trying to pave the way for supHowever, decay of Protestantism. to admire at least anaugh, Inspector for tho Board Of '"" and the living voice, has Inveighed against Its members meet others on the street, society, port of Rhea and Terrell, the first Peter Baptist Englert, O. F. M., of No ono can fall service rendered by "The Catholic is Charged With alnr i. r, i it: God cave the married counle the command business or at homes; and in these i. m was Louisville, Is a member of the Board the great social patient friar. When being when the town not he option, mutlply; the tirrmimllni"! there Is dancer to purity. intimation desire to abolish the public school. Jl T.nlorl sibuij-ih-tno .. this earnest and nt.h-f."" It," posters (printed In of Deflners. race u&u, """". do "we Catholics themselves were nmnnel coming to Louisville whenjwdyoung duce suicimsfs say abortionwon't a heinousTocrime Parental concern should accompany the ma- - billed with Rhea In 1784 ho passed on the rewards of procure or Is a for they win pe uirown wiu nuiusu Cincinnati) telling of hs fitness for the first to establish public schools, . airalnst God and ha rhlld Mmt onll K mur. n.h.A' another life, ho left hebind him i and ripnnrtment Drovokes sensual the oflce j VINOENTIANS. cit.. Uer' Temporal disgrace .. "Which grew up around the monas- - ' or ,, ., tho' . of Auditor, then. , special picturesque buildings to tak mahe foresight and had amassed a fortune do not minimize it one or village comment ihnin.h(. be met are allurements toforvice; uiq female nonces oi rerreu uppeureu in iota, Some women men may nothing -- m, ni.nit. iii-...- . who care e huts of reeds Tomorrow the members of the places of the Do- - should dread lest they provoke their husbands Jf Jit 1t. t Zi estimated ns high as $300,000. orchards or already married state Inveigle unsuspecting " """ Prm,e """ i0Ved there Was going to be an various conferences of the St. Vin- and mud left gardens and women to ruin, nowerer, j parents and attemptthat bamboozle the voters as cent de Paul Society will hold their and granaries and flocks and herdsl "" time ?"2? management ?.el"H? to ThA fnmllv ril VntrmtnrA imifAoiilUn a af o now undor 'Protestant control. Tho were candid with their fampull Haly annual observance In honor of their to take place of tho lmproviaence Stricken about have no links to each open confidence in Catholic American does not wish to fairs until Cavanaugh was a month people whomero """'ring to bind them together would speak with acquaintances many theheart- a wholesale and help to giving him patron saint, tin the morning at tho Ind ans that canea aown nungei a g ago. Mrs. and dining o"ier' n? a ily circle of their many Chestnuts out of tho fire, destroy the public school. Ho does momber . . . With ceaselsuffering. the Is terminable at the breaking condition, especial of St. Patrick's church, where whim association of one or other indi- a life burden would many a ruined girl, favorites on the State 7 o'clock they will attend mass at and lahors and In fewer than sq mere or Interest bO avoided. protest, and rightfully, that public where St. William's church, Thirteenth and less onerous Indeed, vidual; tii rtntiM of narents areacquired without Board of Valuation, which has been Oak, where Rev. George Connor, tho entv years. Junlpero Serra and h schools, paid for 'by all denomlna-- devotionher unobtrusive charity and unit, a no, the family Is an organic and legal h.,t is natural corporation of parents and his friends for to the beVth of tlons, should not be conducted sq wore known the cause of religion children; It is held together by authority and labor;nht worth while wealth and posiUon, years. True, many of must tho Fifth pastor, will accord them a hearty circle of fraters built twenty-oji- e strive for people Indeed, and greatly appreciated. obedience, sacrifice and loyalty, love and con- as to offer Insult to the religious for power and prestige and If successful welcome. It Is expected that the great missions, whero tens of thoudistrict Democracy look easy to turn-oIt is bound together by bonds that count the labor as well spent; some make beliefs of any of tho denominations Her .funeral was held Thursday will be tho largest that has sands of Indians came under thflr may cut but It cannot kill. It has a tng Sacrifices to be classed with certain others; Percy and his gang when support morning, Vicar General Cronln bewhoso children attond. A public ing community of blood and aspirations, of hopes j,ut what society can balance one's own happy caro and tho property lands, floqksi1 Is asked after tho yet taken place. Tho general meetschool curriculum or practice which, mass tho celebrant of the solmn and Interests; its virtue and honor are shared family, what rope of Jowels so valuable as a for the machine year ing will be held In the afternoon at and harvests ran up into millions rejecof and tho after which the by all In due proportion, and the moral tone string of manly sons and womanly daughters; betrayal of last teaches history or uses reading mat- body wasrequiem, rest ... 3 o'clock in tho Knights of Colum- - of dollars." . descending as old the family laid unit of Lieut. the parents beside that of and ter that directly Insults and offends ffer husband intoSt John's cemetery. of The love of makes a strong wife mustaction.ex- - peoplewhen the grave whatareworldly happiness is tion ofdistrict Gov. McDermott as the) bus hall, when the address will bo As to working conditions m tno husband and be to candidate. Fifth clushe, it must shut out sexual commerce and so unalloyed as that their children surround the religious sonslbllltles of any missions, the Indians, he tells us, The Evening Times on Thursday delivered by the Very Rov. T. L. "wero required to put in only six its approaches with every other person no mat- - them, and grandchildren, the fruit of unblem-te- r citizens Is, in Itself, contrary to tho Crowley, O. P., of St. Louis Berwhom nor why; no pretext, no Inducement lshed purity, play around their knees. Health verifies the statement mado in theso GREAT CnUROII FEAST. freedom of worship and the equality Crowley can condone, minimize, is a fin- hours of work In winter and sevenand metal end with this palliate and The feast of St. Ann, which falls matrlmnnlnl InflrfaHtv. It laexcuso- or i),Mn.M and power ilia fame nf descendants, being re columns three weeks ago when it trand's.andFather ".! lmmnr.1 bofore the law expressed or Implied scholarly speaker, and to hours in summer, and this long benuuu, ).. """,.7. says that Judge J. D. Black Is the ished .,"..-.- ; .. oleht-hooamnaoio in women, damnable in men; a united to tneir poaies a. we unumwiv., " day was neara in our statutes fnrn and constitutions. on Aiunuay. win oe ODServou TVltn, 7" machine candidate for 'Lieutenant hear him will be a real treat. Presi- nf or tho thought of." The fraiarl no criminal The Jew lifts up his voice to pro- Impressive services In the morning wlie "dultery is in Itself that more husband's last forever. even a Auuior or sex P"0 being rumored that in dent John A Doyle urges all who Governor, it test when his faith is insulted or and evening at St. Ann's Church, adultery. The same Is true of fornication. In this arrangement took Into con-- i LONG CANOE TRIP. the mountain districts tho McChes- - can to attend this meeting. Sol- - liberate language and action, even thoughts and Daviess avenue. belittled in the public schools, and slderation the well known aversioni are, noy and Black announcements kiI against and rightfully. Both tho Catholic and emn high mass will be sung by tho ?nd. dcslres ot U"1' militate deliberately purity and of the Indians to any kind of work.l SANATORIUM OPERATIONS. Rov. Cornelius Hagerty, professor J ono and the same. Ono of the can iTnhn T. Hill, ii,. pastor, When Icssly entertained, Enough has been quoted from the the Jew find It necessary to suppleoften iduce the extreme offenses. "Thou ahalt or didates receiving the hitter opposl-,t the university out in uaiw ment the public school education. Rev. Oscar Ackermann, of St. Philip not covet thy neighbor's wife." There never nf nhiiosnnhv in company wim wu uon Tho "Board was a woman without a fallen man. Notre Dame, i"e naiy macnine is Alvln' pital has madoofaTuberculosis Hos- work ot Markham. of Serra and hij "en " memory Both havo tho unquestioned right to JNerrs, Will preach the senmon. and the dlTlne ,aw wtn adultery, the law vory students, Jack Callaahn and Everett steger, candidate for Clerk of th"e( port on the operations favorablo re- fornla tho la .today hold in the es suggost alteration in Its teachings, Solemn veanars will DB mnf in tnO Balnst fornication. laws ralr.at nvervlhlne.. . , of Waverly followers aoltTr ,.,i i. UU.VU.VJ fhlu Court of Appeals, principally be-r i.w to demand alteration when tho pub- evening at 7:30 O'clock, at Which else that is lmDure.' make no distinction ef serj K WIrmHn. a WLL LllU 600 miles down cause Mr. Steger organizod and car-- i Hill Sanatorium and tho Free Dis- teem which It deserves, long after of trip no' lic school teaching violates freedom Father Hill will deliver the sermon tha law hssuntil t bwn repealed and win not week for iMexlcan Government ha and day Owen county against Beckham pensary on Chestnut street not the doom. God "Pld He should lieof or the son ofIsman Ohio Kankakee, a the Wabaash will rled year, and this opposition should past six months. During that for the avaricious the missions and selzd of worship or religious equality, or on the Tiatron saint of ttin cnulr,- period desnolled an that They last fivers in canoe. decent observance of neighborly con- The feast of St. Ann may almost ba that He should bo changed. receiving a big the deaths from tuberculosis num- unon the sroods which the friars The love of upright consorts will hold across portage from the Kankakee to the result in Mr. Steger Mary, for how said to be a feast of ,.,. eighty-ninsideration of feeling. but undor gathered in these places for tho win Theit, trip nV.t ena ai me vote in tnis ai&trici aiong wun mo bered only on !. tha - niruuj in.. IlBl the broadest ocean, novertv will but cause them Wabash. , IUVO '""" July 1 were 690 dlan'fl welfare. The anniverearj 'The Catholic American has .In nltfh thtt rest of the candidates, treatment """Vto "UDl- her Chll- - will ln show thelJloyaty lfena intensely; yet J 11 t...k.r more n,1 unm have Justified his share in American mother End desire but river, On the way ine Ajother statement made recently in' (patients. Among those who have Serra's burial la a. legale iollda of all in spite of liberties Tiy offering to his country dren love her! There is not much in spite mutual this inseparability, of the holy Mississippi visit the historic spots ILese columns Is lielng verified, and rendered valuable assistance In this the state of uamornia, ana party will devotion, in spite this all that men can give. He has shed known concerning tho life of this " 1 Is the candidates there is one thing that for minor humane work is the St. Vincent de bronze statue of the JTrj and Terre Haute Gate his blood, ho has given his treasure, xreat Bunt, but we can well oeiieve wU1 asof.. B,arri, lhelr hearts apirt aii about Vincennes Catholic settlements, that ,t wero MW State offices are denying em- Paul Society, which paid rent for stands in Golden Mrs. a cold na.?tnerr 'L he has given bis labor, effort and that all the virtues shone forth win drive, as it were,cleaver is wedge or steel Faather Hagerty is a bold ana phatically that they are backed by five families, supplied groceries for Franclsoo, while, a gt adultery. And sacrifice for the Upbuilding and brightly in her life. The greatest .between them, and the had families, coal to five pert cano,e,,st' He nd tne the machine, all realizing that the twenty-thre- e we can say about her Is that to hfan --?" preservation of the country. Cathhave proyta om and a small tent support of the machine means dis- families and clothing for three ment oreeted SS5arSr olic soldiers hav defended on thtf shaisthemothorofthelmniaculata aster. Hardly a day passes when patients. i 0o wul knew ef K, taw of t&e dtebosw uf along wun laom. ffald of honor the Hbsrtles of the Virgin. r the infirm, shelter to the destitute, relief to tho aged, comfort to tho sick, alms to tho poor, protection tc( the orphans, burial to the dead. "Tho Catholic American is a mom-bof a faith which numbers over 16,000,000 people, who go to church every Sunday. In their great act of worship, the mass, the priest and tho people pray for the preservation of authority, tho continuance of tho rulers. No faith in the country can match that spectacle of 16,000,000 people on their knees in prayer foil tho safety of the country. No faith In tho country can duplicate tho unchanging devotion of the Cathollo faith to the protection of the marriage tie and the preservation of tho home. The Catholic American asks only freedom for his faith, Justice from his neighbor and 'for all Americans to Join with him to mako fhls land one of mutual toleration and mutual respect, of mutual sacrifice and effort, that all may share In a common destiny of glory for a free United States of America." er ij terests). 'All-da- -i Non-Cathol- 1 ii v. ic 2-- IForty-fourt- Thlrty-fifthjfan- h, 4-- Ber-tran- - -- Haly-Beckha- m st antl-Cathol- lc w,m( l3JgXfo? rs par-ni- ts - 'trlS TLJPAfnZul PT,br rufK I '' . ..h. after-civilizati- j Haly-"Beckha- ,' ,ntif "."' - Halv-Bec- k- I I KL.?S Vi -x- r, , mi -- non-Cathol- ic, non-Cathol- large-minde- d. i one-sid- ed large-hearte- d. -- i,mi ,i,-i- I i i , Anti-Salo- - . dls-cletl- es, -- Indlf-foren- ce aSi.''iS&'SlJa nowly-electe- Haly-Beckha- m T SJJEL, ' A? I J I ""uu ,,.. '""'"" many-i,io- ,i .,,, old-tim- vfrsKsTturolncluS 1 &" ! life-lon- i th ut I "". ... "; "-.:- -" ..-- in ur use-Tt- f - - - --- T)e " e, in-,.- - i- -. anti-machi- ne tt ex-thi- ng J,h!SJXfT!!Wta VJ1LVL XCBJNHFOOKY IRI&XI AMJBRIOJIlBJ:KENTUCKY IRISH PUBLISHED - MERI6M aal CHes lfaa'i ftTto EVERY SATURDAY. NhiI AiYMCBit et kltk AmrkatM OiSetally Indorsed by Aacleat Order of Hibernians, Yenac Iatltat md Catholic KalghU o( America. tht Social Hd $5 oo ST. LOUIS AND RETURN JULY ud Mala. 24th Phenei 1134 Leave Tenth and Broadway 9:30 p. m. and return July 26. City Ticket Office 4th 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. KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING: CO., Iacotporrttd, FwfalUhf SINOLB COPY f SBSCKIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Buff AMmt H U th to L4THt th CemiaMUiMeH flatter. PoM'We KWOUCIgr iWSH AMSMCAN, JM-2- 1 gi-C- If 8y ORPHANS' FESTIVAL . Wt t APES Iffiim COUNCIL MOONLIGHT EXCURSION For the Benefit of St. Joseph's Orphans9 Home JULY 24, 1915. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4 ON ORPHANAGE GROUNDS, CRESCENT HILL. UNDER AUSPICES OF LOUISVILLE, ANOTHER KY CHOP FAILING. .,. .SATURDAY. American liberty I never either saw V Jn Simpson- after not vllle. spending a week ON HOSPITAL GROUNDS of a real Mr. and Mrs. Alexis Schulten have Wednesday and Thursday, July 28 and 29, Afternoon and Evening BAPTIST BOAST. returned from a visit to Boston and Lotto and euchre in the afternoon and an excellent supper both FOR ST. PAUL'S R. C. CHURCH To further emphasize the part takThe present year is proving one of the East. days. In the evening there will be an electric illumination, music, politics heavy death toll among the American en by the Baptist church In MIsss Ma Jim e Boland has returned refreshments and numerous entertaining attractions. the local Baptist organ says editorial- hierarchy. from a visit to Miss Frances Clark ly In Us latest Issue that tho editor at Bowling Green. INIHTS OF COLUMBUS.; GRAND UNION ORCHESTRAL MUSIC. Hero's safety first: American has in his possession the following Mrs. James E. Barry and Miss promise from a Democratic candi- ships for American people. Levy's Stella Barry aro In Owensboro for a Euchre and Lotto, afternoon and evening:. All kinds of amusedate for Governor: stay of two weeks. ments and refreshments fur young and old. M X Special RECENT DEATHS. say that If I am elected Late Now8That Will Interest "I wish to .Twenty valuable awards for ticket holders. Admission 10c. Miss Annie Murphy, of Covington, Members Here and Governor, I will sign any prohibiO'SulIivanized Margaret is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. John 'Mrs. The funeral of tion measure that may be passed by Smith, who died Saturday at her Frey on Cherokee $3.50 road. the Legislature, and it the matter of home, 1928 Portland avenue, was From noon until close at night. The picnic at which mothers and Men's M State-wid-e prohibition bo brought up held Tuesday morning from St. PatJerry Halllhan, Jr., and Mark children always assemble for a day of real pleasure. rick's church, where for years she Price have returned from a visit to The Alhambra will confer tho deby my party I will use my influenco had been a devout communicant. gree on 150 candidates at Bingham-to- n ta have such a measure made a law." Surviving her are1 two sons, William Con Halllhan in Chicago. next month. This candidate referred to Is and John Smith, and one daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Victor K. Ecker The order mourns the death of ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account candiMary Smith. the have returned from an extended trip Justice John J. Delany, tho real with this safe, conservative, Governor, and proves that to the larger Eastern cities. date for founder of tho order in New York many years Patrick Bank, to which you can add $1 00 or more State. the Baptist church has gone Into a respectedCorcoran, for this city, resident of at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 Miss Anna DIerkin, of 2347 West Several of the delegates to the vengeance. Yet died Sunday morning of apoplexy at party polltcs with a Madison street, is spending her vaca- convention of tho n per cent. No cost to you whatever. this same editor is constantly charg- the residence of his daughter, Mrs. tion with relatives in Frankfort. War Veterans were Knights of The same courteous attention given the Mary Ridge, 317 North Eighteenth ing the Catholic church and Its clergy Columbus. depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. street. Besides Mrs. Ridge another Miss Helen Sullivan, of the Highpolitics. with being active In The Knights have placed a leather daughter, Mrs. Margaret Debach, lands, has been entertaining Miss bound set of tho Catholic Encycloand two sons, William and Matthew Margaret O'Connell, of St. (Louis. HEAD VS. HEART. pedia in the Public Library at Dans- Corcoran, survive him. The funeral vllle, N. Y. Under the Big Clock Second and Market services were held Tuesday afternoon Campbell, Miss Elizabeth of When we Americans realize that from St. Patrick's church. The Knights of Columbus retreat State Government Supervision. Windsor Place, left Thursday to "tho education of the heart is for tho Catholic laity of. Wisconsin visit the Misses McKcnna, of Gun-metCalf was conducted by Rev. Father Johnabove the education of the head" John A. McMahon, aged thirty-eigston, S. J., of St. Louis. we shall be a nation regenerated. years and all his life a resident Shoes; lace and Tho biennial supreme convention For if there is any one thing that of tho West End, died Saturday Miss Dorotny Thornhury, who has VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVvvVVVViVVVVV of tho Alhambra will be held in button, with morning, following a week's illness been visiting Miss Hattle Burkel, is causing corruption and discord in Blnghamton, beginning August 23 a has returned the country today It is tho enlarge- of appendicitis. For In number of gomery, Ala. to her home In Mont- and continuing three days. years he was engaged tho practice ment of head given toy purely nf law, but latterly he had been Bishop Matz and tho Knights of secular education. In proportion as manager for the Parker Transfer Mrs. John Mullaney and children Denver accorded the Most Rev John The Service With the Largest List of Connections in tho head swells the heart shrivels. Company. Surviving him aro his have been visiting at (Bardstown, the Bonzano, tho Papal Delegate, a coralready attached. 37S1 guests of Mrs. "Will Coomes and dial reception in Denver on ThursSo that today we find beings, es- vlfe, Mrs. Mary McMahon, Louisville and Suburbs. day. Western Parkway, his mother and other relatives. sentially spiritual, absorbed in two sisters. His funeral was held All Service Unlimited. Efforts are bolng mado to havo things material. We see cold, Tuesday morning from the Church Mr. .and Mrs. J. M. Farrell and Joseph P. Tumulty, Secretary to ' matter-of-fareason prompting of Our Lady, Rev. Father Connitf daughter, Miss Alice Farrell, are on President Wilson, deliver tho address a trip to San Francisco and other at the fourth degree exemplification pnuantnropy; not a heart warm celebrating the requiem mass. Far West points. j at Wichita next October. , with love for a givTo All Points of Importance to the Louisville Trade. The death of 'Mrs. Mary A. Colorado Springs Knights last ing all. We see our youth Third and Market. Misses Cornelia and Alyce Sulli- week entertained their men friends Tjeloved wife of John T. Lowest Rates. frafRWlorTIauEht else but (material whlcn occurred early Thurs- van, of Shelbyvllle, were here the at a largo meeting, at which tho prosperity. The Importance of the day morning at the home of her past week for a visit to their aunt, of Rev. Edward Clark, Rev. 333 Mrs. Will S. Kaltenbacher. head is greatly Impressed upon mother, iMrs. Kate 'Baldwin, Father Carey and Rev. Father Raoer removes N'orth Twenty-sixt- h street, much enthusiasm. them; while that without which tho THE $1.00. BOX DELUXE Miss Elizabeth Mandlehr and aroused a from the homo one who head would be of no avail is per- devoted wife and mother, had heen brother were this week the guests of from the BANQUET DINNER. mitted to rot. Our Community a valued member, and their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. educa(our Saturday Special) is INCORPORATED tional system today Is simply a from St Cecilia's church one of Its Jerry Brislan, at Frankfort. Next Wednesday tho annual re- the most remarkable Flower Mrs. McQuese case of "a little knowledge is a best 'parishioners. union and outing of St. Paul's conMiss Minnie Murray, of Clifton, gregation will had been 111 for three months, but be held at Phoenix value obtainable. dangerous thing." bore her sufferings wiltn the patience and niece, Miss Luclllo Murray, of Hill iPark, for which Rev. Father Other BOXES DE LUXE and fortitude of the true Christian Latonla, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. York and his people e 111 K'i"H";W"i'H"MwH-W"have mado UPHOLDS CATHOLIC EXA5IPLE. woman, (fortified by the sacraments J. J. Groff In Now, Orleans. at $2.00 and $3.00. every preparation. conceivable M. J. BAHNOM, P. BANNON, JR., LAWRENCE J. VEENEMAN, Coupons with every pnr. of the religion she practiced with Euchre and lotto will be played both Pre;, t Ngr. elintie. Vice Prti. & Treat. Addressing a body of his fellbw devotion and piety. Besides her e Misses Mary Gallagher and SecnUrjf. afternoon and evening, and In addiKcarns, who for two weeks Methodists in Baltimore recently, husband and mother sho Is survived Place Yonr Orders Friday for G wero the guests of Miss Mary Lee tion there will bo all kinds of amusements and refreshments for young tho Rev. Dr. Eckman paid his re- by two sisters, (Mrs. Joseph IRlttanan Fraloy, have Delivery Saturday. returned to their and old, with grand union orchestral and Miss Catherine Baldwin, and a spects to modernism In religion, brother, John Baldwin. Funeral homes in Lexington. music. The admission will be only and made a plea for authority In services will be held at St. Cecelia's ten cents, with twenty valuable "religion, holding up tho Catholic church this Saturday morning with Mr. and Mrs. John W. Barr, Jr.; awards to tho itlcket holders. The Sewer and Calvert Pipe, were hosts Saturday evening at din- big feature will ho Sines 1673 the burial In St. Louis cemetery. church as an example worthy to bo Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, tho 'banquet dinner at the Louisville Country Club ner THE FLOWERS SHOP AT will followed. Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick, "Modern tendency," Dr. in honor of Miss Susan McDermott until that close be served from isnoon HOSPITAL FESTIVAL. the at night. This one 550 S. FOURTH AVENUE. Fire Proofing", Fine Lining, Fire BricK Eckman declared, "had been to go and Miss tflo.'ence Joyes. of the picnics at which mothers and Grate and Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney tops. ovor the Junk pile of discredited Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital children always assemhle. This heresies and to select from anything grounds will be the scene next A. Miss Mamie L. Lagle and Courtney year's affair should attract a record OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON Gast were quietly wedded that was novel." "New thought" ho Wednesday and Thursday of a grand day afternoon, tho marriage Satur- breaking attendance. cerereunion at the annual lawn fete and mony taking place HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. to sccored vigorously, declaring In the rectory of that festival for the benefit of fhat most ST. MICHAEL'S "to say it is new is to forget yester- worthy charity 'nstitutlon. which St. Louis Bertrand's church. WORKS-- 13th ead Brcck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and lOtli. day, and to say it is thought is promises to attract .thousands from y picnic and The annual Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cummlngs and ridiculous.' "Christian Science," ho all parts of the city and county. Mrs. M. Hoban and daughter, Miss outing of St. Michael's parish will Arrangements aro 'complete and an be held on Monday, August 2, at eald, "robs Christ of both his cross ideal fete will mark the Mary Hoban, havo returned from a Spring Bank Park. The has and his crown and puts tho fool's occasion, the greatest ever hold by pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. F. T. boen planned along more affair oxtensive or the good Sisters of Weiss nt Ravenswood, Chicago. cap upon tho brow of reason." tno inenas lines this year, In order to give tho eale young and old pleasant entertainTurning to a consideration of Chris- Charity,indicating of tickets and reWalter ports the enthusiasm spending M. Higgins, who has been ment away from the city noise and tianity in general, he declared that manifested over this a lew days hero visiting his dirt. Spring Bank with its onany y event of recent years there had been too A splendid programme has been ar- parents, Air. and Mrs. William M. shady trees Is an ideal place for the Markers and Mausoleums. much of a tendency to build Up tho ranged, which will include euchre, Higgins, 732 South Twenty-fourt- h euchre and lotto games that will beAL. S. SMITH, PROP. Send for our illustrated designs both afternoons, to be street, left Thursday night for his gin at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, church on "efficiency lines" to the and lettoby a "bounteous home in Mobile, (Aila. and prices. followed supper. At while in tho field there will be a forgetfulness of tho life of religion night there will be music Large and new stock to select and nubaseball game, and also sack and JMlsses Henrietta Biles and Marmerous new and novel attractions, itself. "Tho church," ho said, "has hurdle races for all over sixteen from, all high class work. leveled Itself down a little bit too while In the booths will he found for guerite Hammond, after spending years old. Music and other enterseveral weeks at much to adjust Itself diplomatically sale useful and handsome articles the guests of Petersburg, Va., as tainments are abundantly provided New Muldoon Monument Co. BOTH PHONES 810. MIbs Marguerite for, and suitable for holiday gifts. Mother with the world. It has adopted too Huberta and the Sisters extezd a Wilkinson, have gone to Virginia ladles of all day and evening the 625 South Third St. the Altar Society will serve much of an apologetic air and too hearty welcome to everybody tq Beach for a short etay. an excellent meal. Rev. Father visit the hospital grounds next 'llttlo an air of auhority. It would At the homo of Miss Florence Martin O'Connor, the pastor, promand be more triumphant if more dog- Wednesday the Thursday and par- Rlhn, 1910 Rowan street, a largely ises a hearty welcome for the old ticipate in merrymaking and enfriends of St. matic. Protestantism could take a joyment afforded by the ladies and attended and delightful party was members and given in honor of her birthday. The Michael's. gentlemen In charge. lesson, from tho Catholic church In H"I' I evening was given over to vocal and ; upholding the rule of authority. All SUCCUJIBS TO APOPLEXY. instrumental music, dancing and a IHBERNIAN MOONLIGHT. persons down in their hearts believe dainty luncheon. Richard C. Nugent, member of tho in God, but most of them now believe-Hiii Tho Emerald Hibernian Social firm of R. il. Nugent & Mrs. Nicholas to be one who was a lenient Club will entertain with a moonlight Gathof and sou widely known in ibuslness Co. and circles, Father, not particularly concerned excursion on tho handsome steamer Marshall and niece, Miss Leone died suddenly of apoplexy WednesMilllgan, will leave the first about the particulars of morality, Homer Smith next Thursday evening ust to visit Mr. and Mrs. of Aug- day night at his home on the New-bu1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Charles and aro preparing to furnish a speroad. In tho city all day in wherefore the outgrowth of the cial programme of dance musia E. Marshall at their beautiful and t T)UBiness he be for connection with Tuis comfortable substitutes for the thoso caring to trip the light hospitable homo on tho Kentucky came in aner arriving home about : Christianity of old." In conclusion fantastic toe, with a medley of Irish river in Henry county. 7 o'olock and passed away before a airs intermingled to please the older physician could reach his side. Mr. Dr, Eckman painted a word picture Miss Dorothy Fegenbusn folks. This boat is considered the enter Nugent was twenty-on- e years old oC the revival of the vigor of Chrisat 600 at her home on the and was a law student at the Unihandsomest excursion steamer on the tained tianity after its various dark periods Ohio river, and those who have Bardstown road In honor of Mlsa versity of (Louisville. Surviving him X Climb. Mais 290S-- a Homo City 200S and predicted that a time was about not had the pleasure of a trial trln cssie Bannon ard her visitor, Miss are his mother, Mrs. 'Florence C. Fifth Avis Jones, to come when Christ would again would do well to take advantage of Invited were of Hot Springs. Thoso Nugent, and two sisters, Misses Misses Jessie Bannon; Marion and Elizabeth Nugent. this opportunity, The Committee of dominate the world. Arrangements are James S. McTlghe, Avla Jones, Verna Lee and Helen L. J. Meany, Thomas Farrell, Pat Coumey. IIOXOR FOR BOSLER. Yesterday was the eighty-firHOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y Connelly and James Fllben. The ST. BONIFACE CHURCH. anniversary of the birth of His boat will leave the foot of Fourth Last iFrlday news was received Beginning next week tho bells in here that the 'National Leather and LKminetioe Cardinal Gibbons. All street at 8:15 sharp. Funeral Directors the belfry of St. Boniface church Shoeflnders Association, In annual lerlcn, extending him congratula- will be rung by electricity. Up to the convention at San Francisco, had ARRANGING RECEPTION. Embalmers. . prays that God grant him many present ropes have been used. Re- elected Edward J. Bosler, of 'Bosler rears in his service upon earth. The Catholic people of Salt Lake cently Rev, Leonard Nurre, O. F. M., Brothers, this cKy, to the Vice Presi- SIO FXCH3H A:rEcwroT6; City, Utah, are making arrange- decided upon the change, and St. dency of that body, despite the fact .the great John Randolph; ments for, a 'banquet and public re- Boniface will be the first church in that he was prevented from "being in Glass. His Louisville to install this method. attendance. When the leather men who Mid: "I haye seen ception for Bishop-elemet here won tham, and since Ihen Tie has been 1912 Mr, it, will only take place in naara ov DiacK consecration will iLoe Angeles, onfit. Hereaftera button in the be necessary the lastinglii friendship (Bosler dele-- 1 continued a member of the national lw and sacristy to of the a to push Vincent's church, Irish . opponent of date to b hL hospitality extended board of officers. make the bells ring forth joyously, gates byta u Tho editor of the Menace woefully tells his readers In his latest Issue that his publication lost 4,208 subscribers last week, which proves that the vegetable crop Is not the only one In danger, tho sucker crop giving promise of not living up to Its record of "one born every minute." or heard of." What has becomo of tho crusado against automobile speeders? These pests aro constantly dashing past street cars which have stopped to let off passengers. Religious intolerance enter into the make-u- p American citizen. does Lrj Miss Mary Doherty Admission 25c. Children under twelve years free. Take Crescent Hill car to the grounds. In case of rain will be postponed to following favorable day. Emerald Hibernian Social Club On the Beautiful Steamer Homer Smith. Lawn STS. MARY Fete and Festival FOR THE BENEFIT OF THURSDAY, Tickets 50c. JXJJLVY SO, 1&X& has returned AND ELIZABETH HOSPITAL Boat leaves foot of Fourth street at 8:15 sharp. AllDay Picnic and Outing Phoenix Hill ParK, Wednesday, July 28 I 1 I BANQUET DINNER Haly-Beckha- m ) Shoes I I fr 1 Sixty-one-year-o- ld Spanish-America- ($2.65 al German Insurance BanK ht $3,$$$kSSn3 O'Sullivan Rubber Heels HOME TPI PDHHIVCI i ct LEVY'S Long' Distance Connections fellow-creatur- e, Mc-Que- qf-l- ts Mc-Que- es THE liOUISVHiLE HOME TELEPHONE CO. m fcVkWvWWvV mHHwutmiH 1 Jean-nett- JACOB SCHULZ P. BANNON PIPE CO. MONUMENTS 573-178- 6. I all-da- out-do- or HH .two-da- 'GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director I Funeral and Embalmer 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET GERMAN BANK rg mmwi DOUGHERTY & McELUOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers mmm and ! BOTH PHONES. and Market Sts. st H.B0SSES0N iMMMw4frwi' KVWWV.WVWVVVWWVtVV J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. ct . c Eat JMLalxx street. AVSViVVVVtAVA3 KB'araroKTsr- - jcjkisec RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colunis. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. SHALE BRICK AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Distributors Of FEDERAL TIRES PALLS VUIiCANIZINO CITY VULCANIZING 1101-0- 3 rjMo&Rxo-jzfcsif- t HIBERNIANS. FONTAINE FERRY "THB TARK BBAUTIFHV AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. Some Memor- - RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these col urns. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Home Phono City 0813 ARTHUR A. WILL What They Have Been Doing Amusements Galore! the Past Week General New Restaurant. Free Band Concerts Dancing News Notes. Many Added Attractions! Timely Record of able Events in tho Catholic History of America. MADE BY East Broadway FREE SERVICE CELEBRATED EXTRA BRAT WURST Incorporated OEIGER STREET WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS I,. P. BOBJsrWASBEH 00. 923 Clay Products are the I 1. BEST BRICK MADE IN CO. Divisions 3, 4 and 7 of Washington COUNTY JEFFERSON BIdg. are planning to organize a dramatic Sales Office; 1010 Inter-Soutsociety. Home Phone Shawnee JI72 The .Ladles Auxiliary of Rochester P. I. BURKS & COMPANY new memhers has taken In forty-tw- o Coral Ridge Co. A gain of 4,000 memhers has teen made In Pennsylvania since January h. Home Phone 1802 and 377 Cumb. Phone Main 877 ASK TOtJB PEA&EB rQB IT ENGRAVERS BCHLICII ENGRAVING COMPAN ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky 8S5 W. Main St., Homo Phone City 6674 "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddlo in tho HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) Morning" ITRUCTURAL IRON WORKS. Foundry and Machine Shop. mp GRAINGER & CO., Incorporated Tenth Street, Louisville, Ky. IRON AND HEAVY HARDWARE. Carriage and Wagon Woodwork and Hardware TODD-DONIGA- IRON CO., Incorporated street. 800818 W. Main N GASKETS AND UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. (Wholesale Only.) NATIONAL CASKET CO., Incorporated Eleventh and Magazine Streets. DISTILLERS. & CO., Incorporated 720-73- 0 W. Main Street. Kentucky Weller, Old Barbee, Fay-Mu- s, J. C. W. Whiskies. Sole Owners Registered Distillery No. 32. Phones Main X5S6-City 6253. JOHN T. BARBEE CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CONCRETE BLOCKS COLUMNS, ART STONE Estimates on All Classes of Werk Both Phones Control Concrete & Construction 961 Hamilton Avenue RITTER-HENNING- S Co. CO. Receivers and Slilppors of Hay and Grain. Manufacturers of Shur-Pleez Poultry and Stock Feeds Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Incubators and Brooders LOUISVILLE, KY. AMERICAN 144 E. Incorporated Tel. City 7147 JEFFERSON Bronze, Brass and Gait-tag: Model Making1Aluminum and Machine Work. Bath Room rixtures and Stove Casting's ITlckel Plated and Polished. Brass Beds and Jardinieres All Kinds of Old Metal Ware Made New. JAMES A. McGILL, Sec'y-Trea- s. and Oen'l Mpr. BRASS WORKS & PLATING Tho Placo Whcro Old Clothes Are Made to Look Like New." DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. S SPALDING CO this year. OP MANUFACTURERS Tho only meeting In Louisville PIANO PLAYERS next week will "be that of Division 4 Modern rlayer Built In Your Own Piano, Pianos and Piauo Players Repaired and Tuned. on .Monday night. Sixty children headed the parade 8 West Walnut, Louisville that preceded tho outing of Division 9 of Flushing, N. Y. AUTOMOBILE TIRES The recently organized Ladies' Auxiliary at San Mateo, Cal., has beI EC Puncture Proof TIDCC come a great success. Since January 1 there has been an LLC Pneumatic 1 average gain of 25 per cent. In membership In the New 'England States. 700 W. BROADWAY as President, Is (Dan Harnedy, making Division 9 one of the liveliest BAGS. and most successful in San FranManufacturers of Sacks for Flour Mills, cisco. Grain Dealers, Produce Men, Fertilizer, Dried Drain, Ice, etc Write for price 'Hibernians of Brockton, jMass., on anything ,fou may want In the Sack have been making their meetings Inline. structive and Interesting by a series J. S. WALKER & Co., 211 W. Main Street, LonisriUe, Ky. of addresses. Long Distance Telephone Connections Indianapolis (Hibernians will have a great celebration on August 15, SHOE REPAIRING the anniversary of the battle of the AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING Yellow Ford, 1598. Andrew Troy, President of DiCOMPANY vision 7 of Brooklyn, has been ap114 West Market Street pointed head of the Street Opening Soolsvlll, Ky. Bureau, the salary being $5,000. Home Phone, City 5381 Hew. Work Bon Old hoes Mad There should be a good attendance Whila TTou Walt. at tho meeting of Division 4 Monday THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. night. (President iHennessy says tho business will be of much interest. INCORPORATED Forty-tw- o divisions of the Ladles Distillers Of Auxiliary were represented at the Middlesex county convention, tho OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH first ever held at iPepperell, Mass. PURE RYE "HOLLENBACH" The Ladles' Auxiliary, through its Lonlsvlllo, Ky. 528 W. Main St. national officers, is taking a lively interest everywhere In bringing JOS. P. BOEHLER about observance of Lady day, AugJEWELER ust 15. REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY The New York State Board has arranged for an energetic member551 South Shelby Street ship campaign in the early fall, in Between Madison and Chestnut which the national officers will parHomo Phone, City 9459 ticipate. The Ladies' Auxiliary degree and HOME TOLLED MEATS drill teams of Indianapolis conSTATE FAIR MEAT MARKET ducted a grand Initiation last Sunday at iLafayette. Nearly all the State A Full Line of Fancy Groceries officers were present. Both Phones Niagara Falls Hibernians deplore Call and Glvo Ub An Order the shipment of arms,' ammunition WE SELL FOR CASH and other war munitions to tho nations now at war place an PLUMBING AND nEATING CON embargo on such and would barbarous traffic. TRACTORS Division 2G of Brooklyn has proII. W. NEWMAN gressed rapidly during tho past Contracting Engineer, Steam and year. The last meeting was adHot Water Heating and dressed by Rev. Patrick Manton and Sanitary Plumbing Rev. Jeremiah King, when every Home Office: 440 Second Street seat was taken. LOUISVILLE, KY. Father Kessler has Invited the Hibernians of Columbus, Ohio, to attend the cornerstone laying of For Rent, Snle or new church on Sunday, August his 1. Hxcliange. Tho sturdy Hibernian Rifles will CHILDERS & head the contingent. WATERS CO. (Division 3 had a rousing meeting (INCORPORATED) Monday night. President aialoney 333 W. Main St. has had great success In keeping Phones: City 135 alive Interest In the numerous undertakings of this body, especially C. H. Gerrard, Pres. & Gen'l Met. the Hibernian home. John Hardy, A3SBRIOAK XBOZT WORKS .Brooklyn 'Hibernians were prinIncorporated cipals Jn presenting Rev. Thomas S. BOILER MAKERS MACHINISTS Duhlgg an order for an automobile General Jobhlncr Renalrs Oxygen Weldlnp, Cuttlne and Brazing. and a substantial sum in gold on the wovMW rittlO OiBUIl HUI& M4U DKCI thirtieth anniversary of his ordinatlon. tion to the priesthood. SHOP AUTO REPAIR C of Washington Division Phones Main 411, East 145, City 8611 preHonlsvllle, Ky. 624 E. Main St. sented Rev. Father Carrick. recently ordained at the Catholic 'University, R. JEUNESSE with a handsome traveling satchel. Father Carrick will spend two BUILDING CONTRACTOR months in Ireland and then labor In the Archdiocese of San Francisco. 810 YORK STREET 1000-100- (INCORPORATED.) IKLJ By James A. Rooney, LL. D. July 25, 1846 AVllliam Henry Hoyt, Episcopal clergyman at St. Largest andMost Sanitary Swimming N. Y., baptized at Montreal Pool in the South. hy the Rev. John Richard, himself Reserved seats on sale at T. P Taylor a convert. Drug Co. No. 3, Fourth near Walnut. July 26, 1SH7 The white veil conferred on Mrs. Virgil Horace Barber, as Sister M. Augustine, "by Archbishop "Marechal In tho Visitation Convent, GeorgeAND SO VERY CHEAP town, (D. C; sermon of the day delivered by the Jesuit (Father John MILES FOR 4 Baxter. July 27, 1848 Thirty acres of the 50 CENTS Alsop farm, Queens county, N. Y., On the Elegent Steamers which had been purchased by the Right "Rev. John Hughes, Bishop Louisville City of New York, olessed by him as Calvary cemetery. City July 28, 1837 Dioceses of Nashville, Tenn., and Natchez, Miss., One of the above steamers leaves established, the former with the of Third street, the Wharfboat, foot Right Rev. Richard Plus Miles, every Sunday at 9 a. m., goes about consecrated at Rardstown, Sepseventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio, tember 16, 1838, and the latter where ahe meets the return boat, arrlv with the Right Rev. John Mary ing home about 7 p. m. 'Joseph Chanche, consecrated at ROUND TRIP ONLY SOc Baltimore, March 14, 184V, as the first Bishops. July 29, 1865 Death of the Rev. iPeter Joseph Arnoudt, S. J., author of "The Imitation of the Sacred Heart of Jesus," one of the DRINK greatest ascetlc'al works ever wrlt-t- e In this country; ordained by the Right Rev. Peter Richard iBishop of St. Louis, September 23, 1843. July 30, 1850 Cornerstone of the Cathedral of St. John and St. Finbarr, Charleston, S. C, laid by Bishop Ignatius A. 'Reynolds on site 'selected iby his predecessor, the Right Rev. John England; Good! Gee sermon by the Very Rev. P. E. Morlarty; Cathedral consecrated April 6, 1854, by the Right Rev. AT FOUNTAINS AND CAFES Francis X. Gartland, Bishop of Savannah. July 31, 1837 The cornerstone of St. College, Charles Grand Couteau, La., laid by the Right Rev. Anthony Blanc, Bishop of New Orleans; destroyed toy fire High Class Vaudeville. 's, SIMPLY CHARMING ICft lUU con-vo- rt, id inn CARPET AND BUILDER 2431 Montgomery Street 1010 Homo Phone Shawnee RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS BROS. -- I3U Eft LI1E1 Eighth St. LAYER 220 South THEO. AND Ed H. Ratterman, Manager Kuncral Directors and Embalmera Home Phone Shawnee 484 2014 Greenwood Avchho of of Cincinnati WOLF MOTORCYCLES and ACCESSORIES CONFECTIONERY POPE AND READING STANDARD ICE CREAM '$150 to $275 Homo Phone Shawnee J.914 Easy Terms Special Prices to Lawn Fetes and R, L. DAVIS Picnics. Tncnty-sixt- h and Portland Avenuo N. E. Corner Seventh and Broadway BA1CERY JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN PICNIC 5c 5c West Wnlnut Street PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home iPhone Shawnee 198C- 2525 SOMETHING NEW (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor HcatlBg J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. Steam and not Water Heating 111 IT. THIRD STREET Home Phone 7846 Cumb. M. 1692 Ken-ric- k, Citra-Col- a HENRY SCHUII 1403 South Seventh Street Home Telephone 2147 Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries Meat and Vegetable Market Fine Teas and Coffee TH0S. J. BRODERIOK PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGB Home Phone City 4392-- J Butter a Specialty 1000 Zane Street Home Phono 1191 GEM LA0E CURTAIN LAUNDRY CAREFULLY CURTAINS LAUNDERED BY HAND But Its Hollenbach's Wine House KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprietor Importer and Dealer In WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Corner Fourth and Both Phones 508 WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR CHARLES WILLMAN PLUJD3ER Home Phone City 139 L. SHEET METAL July 8, 1907. NORTON N. W. BUILDING ELECTED BY NURSES. 4105 Henry Street Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-- 1201 West Market Street CLERICAL CHANGES. Buslnem and Classical, Scientific Courses, Preparatory Department, Lars; Swimming Fool, Well Equipped GymnaTho sium. Terms Modern re. Bro. James, Dlr. ington, Rev. Francis B. Lehr, of recently assigned to Tho Kentucky vAssociation of Home Phones Shawnee 592 and 593 HODAPP & MILLER Graduate Nurses held ithelr convenSpecial Rates on Large Orders dive your toy an taneatloa tbat will tion in Owensboro, the sessions beprep or thorn tor life. Wholesale Manufacturers of 1TIE VELVET TIP ICE CREAM CO. ing very interesting. After electing Incorporated. Miss Joe O'Connor, of this city, to ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGh the (Presidency, the convention ad- HARNESS AND STRAP WORK ICE CREAM and SHERBETS Cumb. Phone M. 1004-journed Saturday afternoon. $1.00 Per Gallon 113 "W. Broadway, KoulsTllle, Xy. and Rowaa 110 South Seventh Street, Lonlsvlllo B. E. Cor. Twenty-fourt- h Conducted by the Xuverlan Brothers A Jefttrm M. Cov- J. WALLSIHELD J. F. LINK A. L. GUNN BAICER AND CONFECTIONER EANS Ice Cronm Manufacturer Home Phone 6574 1101 South Seventh Street SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. O. H. DIVISION 1. Second and Vtce-Pre- s. Clancy. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Vice President William Cushlng. Secretary Edward Financial Fourth Thursday, Lleder-kran- z Recording Secretary James P. Barry. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. DIVISION 2. account of the field meet double headers will be played In the CO. C. F. BENDER THE OARRELL-ROGERTwin City League tomorrow, tho Incorporated. JERSEY DAIRY . games of last Sunday being scheduled CARPET CLEANING, RUG MANU Ice Cream Manufacturer first and will be as follows: Mackin FACTORING AND WALL vs. Champs and K. of C, Bertrands Special Prices to Churches and PAPER CLEANING vs. Bruins and Imperials, Imperials Picnics Telephone City 2357 vs. Olympics and Bertrands, K. of C. Both PhoneB 053-5- 0 South Clay Street vs. Trinity and Champs. First and College Streets Although not a financial success because of bad weather, f threatened an Innovation tothe field meet was the followers of amateur baseball, everything being conducted- - in Order, With a rattlintr irnnrl fmmn tween the stars as a finale. Despite mo uua weainer nearly 3,000 attended, but sad to relate there were many absent who are regular attendants at Shawnee Park and their absence can only be figured because of 713-71- 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET X parsimonious reasona. Tho atnnfn. to date: TlltftfcwMi CMli., S. 2991. Kmm, City 2399. On Phono South 1753 Louisville, Ky. TWIN CITY LEAGUE. Meets Keaney. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Joseph .Lynch. Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. Recording Secretary John T. Secretary Edward J. Hel-lo- n. First Wednesday lilederkranz Financial Kelran. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Hannan. John P. o4xk:X'xi J. T. CHAWK DR. Veterinary Infirmary. 00$fr first-cla- ss , Champs Bertrands Olympics Brains Mackin 12 1 A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of K.efC FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Due to the Trinity Imperials 9 g 6 4 3 3 1 2 3 6 7 8 9 12 .923 .818 .750 .500 .366 .255 .250 .077 Peerless Common COLONELS' JONAHS. ing tho balance of tho series. Up t'o yesterday Cleveland had beaten IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Louisville nine out of fifteen games, while Indianapolis had won tweive out of sixteen from Knight's club. The St. Paul team to date has defeated them six out of ten, showing that they are the stumbling block of SATISFIES THAT LONGING. theColonels alone. Although finishing in second place last season while Cleveland finished fifth, the best Louisville could do was to INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, break even with them on the season, winning twelve and losing the same amount. Following the Cleyelands JOHN B. e FRANK Indianapolis will come for a series, and it Is hoped that the Colonels will come out of their present slump and get the edge on the Hoosiers, who have also been on the losing end for some time. For the sake of Owner Wathan, If nothing else, the fans are pulling for the team to again become a pennant contender, this not being such a hard 512 CLAY STREET;. 508, 610 task, as the race Is still a close afTHJPH0N6 LOUIS VHjUB. ET. fair all around. great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, surely tho Colonels' Jonahs, will play here again this afternoon and tomorand if you have tried the rest get the BEST. row, and the fans hope that the locals will atone for the past by capturHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. PHONES The Cleveland team, which is OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. WALTERS' and three-gam- Clay Street Brewery m 129 S. FOURTH AVE. Secretary Recording Killeen. tho Theater Financial Secretary John J. Hes next Fontaine Ferry Park laughing week, presenting their slon, Jr. comedy skit, "A Shine Flirtation," Treasurer iD. J. Dougherty. which is a conglomeration Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Kalo-- t of bright said to becomedy and song. chatter, her. X1CQ21PORaTED Another underline will be the Doris Sentinel Thomas Noone. Wilson Trio, presenting their singing surprise, "Through the Looking DIVISION 4. Glass." Arthur Stuart and Hazel Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Keeley will offer their dancing speBertrand Hall, Sixth Street. cialty and will introduce many novel dances, in addition to an elaborate President John H. Hennessy. display of beautiful costumes. Val ;lri " Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Harris and Jack Manion, presenting "Uncle Jerry at tho Opera," a singLangan. Secretary John J. ing absurdity, and Kremka Brothers Recording are also on the bill. In addition to Barry. Its already large list of attracions, Treasurer Pat Connelly. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far. free outdoor moving pictures will bo greatly appreciated by the patrons. relL Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Four reels will bo shown each evening and tho pictures will bo changed Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Tho Y. M. I. Hawaiian Singers and Players, who have made such a favorable impresMACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings at Club sion on local people, have been reengaged for another week. House, 344 North Twenty-sixtPresident John J. Lynn. COVINGTON. First Vice President John W. Murphy. Miss Sarah Harrington, daughter LOTJIS"VTX.LTiJ. Second Vice President Martin of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Harrington, P. Schadd. of Sixth street, Covington, on MonTreasurer George J. Thornton. Home Phene I9i3 Cumb. Phone West 191 Secretary A. C. Link. day tookofthe veil of the Sisters of Financial Nazareth at the convent i- Secretary William Q. Charity Recording In Nazareth. The family are memBuckel. bers of St. Patrick's parish, and Marshal Harry Alberts. Is a graduate of St. Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. Miss Harrington Patrick's school. Sho entered the Outside Sentinel Harvey Plelf-fe- r. convent last January. JHCORrORATBD . Executive Committee Frank G. NEW ALBANY. Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank Geiler, A. W. Andrlot,' John R. The Rev. Albert G. Wlcko, assist' Barry. ant pastor of Holy Trinity church, Be New Albany, returned Tuesday from Separate wash blousfts are ever a visit to his mother in Loogotee, SaM at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, the standby of the woman who Ind. Father WIcke will leave soon QRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, LouUvill dresses ,Jor mimmer comfort. for an extended Western trip. DIVISION 3. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hibernian Homo, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President John M. Maloney. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. LADIES' FLORIST St. CLEANER AND DYER OF John's church at Carlisle, arrived AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL Choice Cut Flowers and Design there this week and has taken charge a Specialty Homo Phono 3117 of the parish. (Father Lehr succeeds 1124-3- 2 RAMMERS AVENUE Cumb. Phone S. 1640 tho IRev. John Adelsperger, who reHome Phono City 7319 turned to ICovIncrtnn nffnr corvlnn Seventh and Oak Streets of several years as pastor at Car AUTOMOBILE TOPS AND COVERS lisle. FORD TOURING CAR COVERS 2121 Osngo Avenuo $9 nn s-- CinOKEN SUPPER. .- GUARANTEED FALLS CITY BUGGY TOP Rev. Father White's people, are $2.00 PIANO TUNING $2.00 128-13- 0 South Floyd Street hard at work In preparation for the REPAIRING lawn fete and chicken super to be Phone City 1748 Phone Shawnee 1253 given Tuesday aftersoon and evening on the beautiful grounds of St. B. H. BUETER C. G. STIGLITZ & SONS Frances of Rome church, Payne and Cavewood avenue. Games and reSURGEON VETLRINARY MANUFACTURERS freshments and handsome and useHORSE SHOEING Louisville Made Furnaces ful articles will bo in plenty, and the reputation enjoyed for pleasant 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET 210-22- 2 S. Ninth St. social affairs will oo upheld If not Homo Phone, City 2365 surpassed in this event. As the Home Phone City 2542 price of tho chicken supper Is placed I'AINTS, OILS AND VARNlSIIfcb Cumb. S. 981 Home, City 981 at twenty-fiv- e cents, with no charge MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF for admission to the grounds, the PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS attendance should be largo. 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET VEREBEST MIXED PAINT CONFECTIONER AND CATERES.1 REGISTRATION. Weddings and Parties Glvea STRASSEL-GAN- S PAINT CO. Special Attention Complying with th6 law that proCharles Wolf, Manager 213 West Market Street vided a sneclnl TnelstrnHnn nlmll ho. hold fourteen days before the primary in tne ornco of the County THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT Books Clerk, and in order to comply with the statutes a special registration will be held Jn the basement of the ROSARIES Court House today for he registration of those entitled under this law SCAPULAR MEDALS to vote in the coming primary. Announcement was made hy County See our new boob, "How to Get Clerk P. S. Ray that tho office will Ma.ried." be open from 6 o'clcok this morning Every Devotional Article here until midnight for the accommodation of voters who desire to register Mo trouble to show goods tn order to vote In the primary. HORKUNG First Communion FONTAINE FERRY. uanmtxkxsk Rogers Church Goods Co. All the late and new Styles and Shapes Walter Shannon and Thomas will occupy the headlineMarie Annls can be found here at reaionable prices. position at FRANK FEHR BREWING CO 11- h. Brewers and Bottlers ly. V I WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled the 5 rv H XCETTXJOICY IKtlSHC PROF. V. O. GILBERT i"5iiS -- LdCEJIOL3V. SID DOUTHITT Candidate for Railroad Commissioner Subject to Action of Democratic Party; ; Primary Election, August 7, 1015. mi BE REDEEMED stamps Is MinminiiHiM I Candidate For Offloe of Superintendent of Public The supporters of Prof. V. O. Gilbert, candidato for tho Democratic nomination for Superintendent of Public Instruction, claim that his candidacy Is appealing favorably to JAMES QUARLES Candidate For tmi J ;! j HERMAN STRAUS -- " SONS ---- CIRCUIT JUDGE First Division, Chancery Branch. Subject to tho Action of Democratic Party. tho The Stamp That Can Not Fail Guaranteed Cash Value CAN Sid T. Douthitt, of Now Castle, Ky., is a candidate before tho Demo- A crats of the State for tho important ofllco of Railroad Commissioner, and It is with a feeling of pleasuro that 4. IN CASH, GROCERIES, MEATS OR OTHER MERCHANDISE. Primary, Saturday, Aug. 7, 1915 BBSBHSbSBltJBSV'XlSsBBSa I, ' . OUR 11 E. S. DORSEY 4 mH HBr ilk The best security that can bo given is cash money. That what the security Bluo Stamps give. Before wo can Bell stamps to any merchant, wo must doposit with the American National Bank ?2.00 for every thousand stamps wo get. This Is tho full cash redemption valued This money is beyond our control, it belongs to tho people who collect the stamps, and tho bank will pay It out only to redeem these stamps. This arrangement will make it clear to you that you can't lose if you save Bluo Stamps. By arrangement wjth the American National Bank, tho bank will nay you 10c in cash for every full page of 50 stamps you present for redemption. Should you prefer, take your stamps to any dealer who handles Bluo Stamps and ho will bo glad to redeem them for you In either cash or merchandise. CANDIDATE FOR "if""""""""""""""""""! BtHsHtttfl fffH"BBuft. pe' , ifffffffffffffHHHi I wttMMffV tho voters in every section of tho State and are unanimous in saying that his record as Assistant Superintendent entitles him to tho nomination, believing that he should bo endorsed for tho position. Prof. Gilbert's service of jover thirty years In the causo of education ho3 well fitted hfm for tho position to which ho now aspires, serving, as teacher, INCORPORATED. County Superintendent, City Superintendent and for more than six years as a member of tho Western Kentucky State Normal School. His agaiaaaaBgEsaaH 44th Legislative District platform appeals to the citizens of Subject to Action of the Democratic as follows; all classes and is Party. PRIMARY ELECTION AUGUST 7, 1915. "First To administer tho office of State Superintendent as economically as it can be done, consistent with efficiency. "Second To with tho County Superintendents of tho State, and to aid them In every posas Is a Candidate For sible way In the great work of build- (I ing up an efficient system of schools. Ji My policy shall always bo to help, Circuit Court not to hinder. FOR "Third To make the department of education serve the classified CRIMINAL DIVISION cities in every possible way. To this end I shall seek for ways to servo Subject to the Action of the Democratic Partv. the city boards of education and city departments. DAN J HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN "Fourth To in every posslblo way with tho 'boards of MIDSUMMER WEAR A SPECIALTY. which tho State Superintendent may bo a member. "Fifth To tho organization of courses of study, so as to adjust tho educational machinery and work of the schools to tho practical living needs or tho community at largo, and to hold constantly before the children examples of tempcranco, UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Slreel culture and good citizenship. "Sixth To especially with tho Illiteracy conumlsslon. The m3$$NSssSH State Superintendent Is made by law a member of this commission, and I shall most heartily with. me commission in its groat work of Seventh Magisterial District eliminating adult illiteracy and Given Free jWith One Round illiteracy in gerieral." Comprising tho .Eighth, Ninth and Tenth warda and precincts 36 to 52 of tho Eloventh ward. G. B. LIKENS Subject to the action of tho Democratic party. Making Active Canvass of State for Primary, Saturday, August 7, 101C STORE CLOSES AT 6 P. M, DURING JULY AND AUGUST. Nomination for Secretary of State. Ask Your Dealer For Blue Stamps HI! IS MUTUALSTAMP CO. 424 WEST MARKET STREET. REPRESENTATIVE JAMES P. GREGORY Re-electi- Judge of Jefferson Nil Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Six Colonial Ice Tea Glasses Magistrate Mixed Tea 60c JOHN m. mxjieoy BOTH PHONES 1323.-21- 2 We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates corruptible honesty and strongly and Inherently grounded In Democratic !3 tfrflSOii t principles, his candidacy is hailed with favor in both tho cities and rural districts. Mr. Douthitt is at present the President of tho County and Circuit Clerks' Association of the Stato of Kentucky, and as Its "Will Open tho School Year "With Increased Facilities in Its Now President ho has endeared himself to and Greatly Enlarged Quarters, his follow-clorto tho extent that nearly all of them throughout this JTOUJRTII district aro enthusiastically at work In their respective counties for his Conducted by Dominican Sisters from the Mother House of the success. It is conceded by every ono that Mr. Douthitt is ono of the Order, St. Catherine of Sienna Convent, Springfield, Ky. The Academy offers thorough Primary, Preparatory, Comstrongest vote getters now running for any office within tho gift of tho mercial and Academic Courses and special attention is given the people at tho coming August primary. study of Music and Art. As a citizen, as an official and as a Lessons in Needle Work are inc'uded in the curriculum. Democrat Sid Douthitt Is a credit to For information address the Academy. the good county of Henry and we predict his olectlon In tho coming primary, as a result of which tho Stato Democratic ticket will bo greatly strengthened. tion. A man of wide and varied experi ence, he has a broad and sympathetic understanding of tho needs of tho people, and In tho ofllco of Railroad Commissioner he can and will do much to protect tho public from any and all forms of injustice. Of In- recommend him to tho readers Ho Is a Democrat of tho unwavering and unterrifled caliber and has always worked in tho interest of tho candidates of his party. Born and reared on a farm, ho began his career as a young man as a clerk on an Ohio river steamboat, in which position ho rapidly widened his circle of acquaintances and friends. 'A man of generous impulses and magnetic personality, his fealty to Democratic principles and his ability soon gained him recognition and he was elected to ofllco In his own county of Henry by tremendous majorities. But his sphere of Influence does not only extend to his own district, but all oVor tho State, whero his many warm friends havo literally thrown off their coats and are earnestly working for his elecwo of this paper. lndo-fatigab- ly tl; SALE in progress!! -. JULY nt I NOW All Summer Merchan-i- ; dise radically reduced. 4"K,3l"m''H HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY 1327 STREET. ks e W. MARKET ST. Q&S&&S&&&$&$&$Q JtWMHWMVMWMWWWH J INCORPORATE) After making a tour of fourteen counties in Western Kentucky, a prominent member of tho Democratic party brings back to headquarters MAT. S. COHEN ALVIN STEGER Slaking 'Winning Race for Clerk of the Court of Appeals Nomination. Alvln Steger, candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals, was in town this past week and reports that ho is entirely satisOed with tho progress Tip Top Bread Pure. Guaranteed 100 Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of 5 trading stamps, er many other useful articles carried in our premium rooms. tiMMHHHumwtwwwmvMwmvwwmvMWVMUMiwv ON cllrBHi LrS?! V,. :smJf. , - . I J. '' YOUR VACATION TRIP atrip to California, WHOLESAIE AKD RXAir,. PHONE-SOU- TH Whether on a day's outing, on or elsewhere 25w. CITY 1866. 4vmvnvmmMmmuMmuuvmvMHHHMmvMmuuut CITY 1700.0 YOU WILL NEED A CAMERA Let us tell you more about it. Inquiries cheerfully answered. CAMERAS FROM $2.00 UPWARDS. 321 WEST ST, MAIN 072 the cheering news to Gabo Likens' Subject to Action of tho Democratic Party. friends that that gentleman can't bo defeated in his raco for tho Demo Primary Saturday, August 7, 1015 cratic nomination for Secretary of State in tho August primary. "Honest Gabe," like Holman, of Indiana, KODMAN KEENOfl. has proven himself a worthy trustee of hla campaign thus far and preEVERY QARA1ENT CLEANED SEPARATELY AND BY HAND of the taxpayers' funds through his District Candidato for dicts that ho will be tho winner in zealous watch-car- e over the treasury Tho Eighth tho August primary. His friends "You Have Tried the Rest; Now Try the BEST." Clerk of tho Court of or tho Bluegrass Commonwealth. throughout tho State aro working Prom Faducah, hospitable capital of Appeals. unceasingly In his behalf and havo Mccracken county, to historical perfected a splendid organization Mammoth Cave, in good old Edmonof Rodman "W. from ono end of the Stato to the Tho friends son, every man, woman and child is other. They claim that his strength CLEANED BY THE "whooping things" up for Mr. Likons, Keenon, of Harrodsburg, aro con- comes from all fatclons in tho party who Is proving himself a campaigned tending that ho is the logical candi- because of tho fact that he repreSoft Water and Olive Oil Soap Process. of the first constellation. Many date for the Democratic nomination sents no special interests or maleaders in the party say Ctiat his for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals chine, and if elected tho policy or THIS METHOD UNEXCELLED. selection as a nominee will ndd for several reasons, tho principal conduct of his office can not bo dicstrength to tho ticket In November claim bolng that ho Is an aspirant tated by malign or unscrupulous in and aro active in his behalf because for Democratic honors from tho, fluences. In this, the Fifth district, Eighth district, and If chosen as tho Mr. Steger has won many friends by of that aid to the party. nominee will be a strong asset to tho his gentlemanly canvass, and it goes nOUSE WITH TUB REPUTATION." "THE ticket In tho November election. without saying that he wlh receive LEAVES GOOD RECORD. They further claim that his exporli a banner vote in the primary. Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. Sergt. George w. Sang, aged e?CQ s Deputy Clerk of the Couri? Appeals entitles him to further NEWPORT IN 5IOURNING. and a veteran of the giving tho public Louisville police force, died Tuesday cons deration, at his home, 1902 South Fourth ' ",clent srv!co If elected and asThe Rev. Father Jr.mes 'McNerney, street, leavlne a. wide circle of Bunng in aavanco a record in oince. for forty years pastor of the Church Conception friends and acquaintances who that will redound credit to the of tho Immaculate at mourn his death and sympathize Democratic party. In this district Newport, succumbod to a lingering Mr. Keenon'a campaign is being Illness last Tuesday, and since that with the bereaved wife and six children who survive him. The de- handled by William G. "Baxter, who; olty has been in mourning for tho ceased was appointed to the police Is enrolling many friends and sup- loved priest. Father McNerney only two weeks 'before celebrated tho fifThe most popular cooking device in force In 1896, and his faithful serv- porters in his interests. ices and won tieth anniversary of bis ordination the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, promotlpn. 'good record years him Thirty-fiv- e INTO ETERNAIi REST. ago to the priesthood, but the arrangebakes perfectly and consumes the least George Sang married Alias Theresa ments were greatly curtailed beThe Jlev. Father Stephen O'Keefe, cause of hla illness, the observance Metzler, their children being Edward possible amount of gas. W., George F., Albert R. Sang, Mrs. for years a devout member of the being only reMglous dn character. It is made t last Mary Graviss, 11188 Florence Sang, Order of Reformed Cistercians,' was Before coming to. Newport Father ffle called to his eternal reward on McNerney had Jbeen pastor at Paris, all of Louisville, and 'Mrs. Gentry, iBrooksvllle. of Chicago. The funeral Tuesday at the monastery of Our Falmouth and His Geth&emani. of Father funeral was held yesterday morning, was held .Thursday morning from Lady years old. attended "by priests from all parts of Holy .Name church, of which the de O'Keefe was seventy-fiv- e ceased was long an exemplary mem' Hie remains were interred in the Kentucky and many from other' 215 WEST MARKET STREET.' ( Trappiet burial plot Gathsemani. States. 'ber. BROOK AND MARKET. When needing Groceries, phone or come to the store. We carry a complete line of New and Fresh Staple and Fancy Groceries, and Bakery Goods from our own bakery. Our Meats include fresh and smoked and the best in the city. Delivery to all parts of city. BUTTON BROS. Zf . I FOR ' WCOKFOIWI. JEFFERSON Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics. 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