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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Louisville; St. Francis, St. Paul, Kas.; St. Ann's, Scranton; ImChicago, and maculate Conception, Our Lady of the Islo, Shelter Island, diocese of (Brooklyn. ! the Eastern States. They will go first to Providence, 'It. I., Dr. Edelen being ono of the' delegates from Kentucky to the international convention of the Ca'thollc Order of Foresters, which will be held there next week. After tho convention Great Britain and Her Allies they will visit New York, 'Boston and other cities of tho East. Must Not Abridge Our UP TO US. AGITATION For a Catholic Y. M. C. COMING EVENTS. August 2 A. Is Commerce. "Was First Guilty of Placing Infernal Machines to Destroy SPLENDID MEETING. Receiving Much Encouragement. Park. ' at picnic 2 August Spring Bank Park for benefit of St. Michael's church. August 3 Lawn fote for benefit of St. Columba's church on church grounds, Thirty-fift-h and Market All-da- y2-- Michael's church Annual at Spring Bank picnic of 3t. PASSI0NISTS M'DERMOTT Vessels. For Eight Month Our Protests llqvc Been "Without Result. HAS HARASSED OUR COMMERCE British statesmen like (Lord Crewe and Lord Robert Cecil, representatives in and for the British Government, have stated to tho British Parliament within the past ten days that tho law of contraband oras no to contraband did not maintain commerce .between neutral nations. Both of these offlolals, however, told of the efforts of the British Government to limit the commerce of the neutral nations of Europe, despite the rights of those nations to freedom of the seas for unhampered, unlimited, absolutely free commerce with all other neutral nations. Sir Edward Carson, Attorney General of Great Britain, last week moved in the Prlza Court of Great Britain for condemnation of the cargoes of several Norwegian and Swedish vessels bound from the ports of the United States, with our products, to those of their own coul-trle- s. President MaMrk Ryan and tho offlcers of Division 1, A. 0. H were agreeably surprised by tho largo attendance at tho last meeting, as many who had been absent for some time came forward with dues that helped swell the treasury. Secretary Dan O'Keefo, of tho County Board, was present with the minutes of tho board meeting, which were read and filed. It is the deslro of tho County Board that when a member of the order dies members of all divisions shall bo notified and go to the residence of the deceased In a body to reclto prayers for tho repose of tho soul of the deceased brother. "When President Ryan called for remarks acting Vice President Daniel McCarthy arose and endorsed the action of the County Board, saying It was a noble act and a holy and wholesome thought to pray for our dead. It would be, he said, a consolation to the family and friends of the deceased to see the living brothers united in paying this last tribute to tho departed.' Others expressed like sentiment and assurance thnt the desiro of the County Board will be fulfilled by Division 1. President Ryan spoko in glowing terms of tho division, the good it has done since its organization more than forty years ago, tho number of death and sick claims paid, and stands today out of debt with money In. the treasury. He hoped that during tho next five months the division would Increase In membership and finances. The business of the meeting was not concluded until every ono present was given ample time to bo heard, and before the close all expressed satisfaction with the evening's work. Btreets. HONOR THEIR PATRON. From Small Beginning Have Itnlly Draws Largo and EnthusiSpread All Over tho United The members of the Louisville astic Crowd nnd Fills conferences of the St. Vincent do States. Theatre. splendid Paul Society made a show . Yet Sweden is a neutral, peaceful is a. peaceful, nation; Norway neutral nation; the United States is a peaceful, neutral nation; all three untitled to have full. free, safe and secure commerco between nations by the admissions of the very same British officials who approve of the seizure of their vessels, and who seek to vise and limit their commerce in direct violation of their rights! What an inconsistent stand for the Government of a nation whldi should at all time's he for justice, for law, and against the oppression which 1s only founded upon iorce and might! For months the Cincinnati Enquirer has been Dointlng out the danger to the Tights of neutral the repeated ' violation of by the belligerent powers the them mining of the North Sea by Great Britain, the designation of a war area by the British Government, both illegal assumptions of authority over the free high seas, tho commercial highways of the world; tho first a crime against humanity in Its placing of Infernal machines to destroy unoffending vessels; the second a violation of the rights of every other nation. When Germany created a war rone and also placed mines on the high seas, following the example of Great Britain, she too became a violator of the rights of nations and a destroyer of the nationals of peaceful nations, flying their own Hags and entitled to safety on the oceans and seas of the globe. The United States must protest Its rights as an independent nation. Great Britain must bo compelled to abide by law and keep her hostile hands off our commerce with other countries. Germany is being taken care of by our Government, and has agreed that our flag shall be respected and our citizens and their property on our ships shall be safe and secure under that flag, and has also declared for freedom of tho seas for all neutral nations. It is up to our Government now to make Great Britain release those 100 vessels engaged in trade with neutral countries which she has seized and holds captivo in her ports. Our cotton, our grain, our meats, our metals, our farm products and our industrial outputs anust bo free to go from our ports over all seas to the ports of other neutral countries, without hindrance or limitation from or by Great (Britain or any other power. Great IBritaln exercises no sovereignty of the United States, nor does she havo the right to rule the high seas, nor say wliat shall and what shall not be sold and delivered to neutral countries, nor what shall be bought by our people and delivered to them by neutral countries. For more than eight months has Great Britain continued to Tex, harass and disturb our commerco with neutral countries. For more than eight months have the United States protests been without results. fit Is time that Washington acts Tor the interests of this country in a manner that Great Britain will realize that this is a free and independent nation, "with determination to enforce its rights on both sea and land. ACADEMY ESCAPES FLAMES. . I Fire that threatened (Bethlehem Academy, near lEllzabethtown, Tuesday morning, burned the meat house, store Toom and servants' quarters, entailing a loss estimated at not less than $3,000, with no Insurance. The main academy building was "barely saved from the flames. DELEGATES FROM KENTUCKY. (Dr. Charles A. Edelen and wife left yesterday for an extere4 visit near Oak, afternoon and evening. August 10 Euchre and lotto of Young Ladles' Sodality of St. John's Young Men Urged to Attend the church on school grounds-Augus- t Sacred Heart Iletrcat on Now- 11 Picnic of St. Aloyslus Convention of Gonzaga burg Uoad One of Their church at Pewee Valley. Union. Big Foundations. August Lawn fete and chicken supper,Holy Cross church, afternoon and evening. i August 18 Ladles' Altar Society MANY LEADERS WILL GATHER midsummer euchre and lotto, 3t, SOME EVENTS IN THEIR HISTORY James' school hall, Bardstown road and Edenslde avenue. August 26 Annual picnic of St. The present day Interest in our Ann's church atSSprlng Bank Park. To the Right Rev. M. O'Connor, boys displayed by ! ! young men and Pittsburgh's first (Bishop, the United l leading articles In the Catholic States owes the introduction of two REOENtT DEATHS. religious orders, one of women, tho press is welcomed especially by tho other of men, who from tho most inCentral Vereln and Its Junior divisThe funeral of James J. Cooper, significant beginnings In his episcoion, the Gonzaga Union. The agitawas held Wednes- pal city have increased and multition within this organization in aged thirty-thre1012, tho founding of the Junior, day morning from St. John's church, plied so wonderfully in the comparasection in 1913 and its progress in Father Schuhmann conducting the tively brief period of sixty or many States, hacked and supported) solemn services. Deceased was a son seventy years that their name and especially "by the official organ of of the late Jam$s B. Cooper and re- fame are now household words world. Catholic sided with his 'mother and two sis throughout this Western men, the tho young Bulletin, of Cleveland, has been ters at 261 North Campbell street Bishop O'Connor's first foundation to prepare leaders, until he fell a victim to tuberculosis. was that of tho Sisters of Mercy, good training who arrived In Pittsburgh from Irewho well know how to take care of Friends and relatives feel heart- land, December 21, 1843, and whose the young men, the men of tho future. The St. Paul sessions of the felt sympathy or Anthony and early history has already been Central Vereln, together with tho Nora Tlerney, 0.17 North Wadley treated In these columns. His secmeeting of the young men's or- avenue, who oniWednesday morning ond was !that of the Passlonlst ganization, will no doubt be tho suffered the loss' of their infant Fathers, who came ten years later The and founded In Pittsburgh their gathering place of many leadors in daughter Alice1 Elizabeth. this movement, and an invitation is1 funeral services' iwere held Thursday first monastery In the United States herewith extended to all who arej afternoon at St' Frances of (Rome on August 7, 1853. consideration in One striking Interested In the socalled Catholic church, attended by many friends of connection with the history of the t". M. C. A. idea to attend this conthe bereaved parents. k Passlonists, whose proper title Is vention, Tuesday nlglvt Death called Mrs. Congregation of Discalced Clerks of Tho Central Vereln, an Important GREAT RIVALRY. division of the American Federation Anna Margaret ostein Maler, widow the Most Holy 'Cross and Passion of Much rivalry Is being manifested of Catholic Societies, will hold Its! of Bernard Maler and one of the old- Our Lord Jesus Christ, is that this convention at St. est members of JSt. Vincent de Paul's order which, though not yet two between the different societies con- sixtieth annual nected with St. Louis Bertrand's ' Paul, Minn., August 8 to 12, while church, from where her funeral took hundred years old and has spread church in an effort to carry off first the Gozaga Union, tho Junior sec- place yesterdayjmornlng. Following all over the world, especially In honors of the lawn fete to be given tion of tho C. V., will meet for tho a long Illness etie passed peacefully America, is a living example of tho power of tho apostolato of tho laity on Bertrand Hall grounds next third time. All who realize that we away at the residence of her John-- . iBlady, 712 East and of what can be accomplished by Wednesday and Thursday. Tho Holy , need a better fortified laity to cope a layman Imbued with tile proper Name Society, composed of the men, with the problems of the future and Ormsby avenue.J spirit and inspired to labor for the to overcome the Insidious attacks of Is opposed by the Blessed Virgin The funeralf, of Miss Eleanor glory of God. For be It known that Sodality, the Third Order and the tho enemy of religious liberty, years old, was Paul Francis Danel, canonized as Altar Society, composed of the ladies, should use their influence to make Eisner, twentyone ana the St. Thomas Sodality, of the the attendance at the convention of held Tuesday morning from St. Jo- St. Paul of the Cross, and his tho children. Tho different committees the Gonzaga Union a representative seph's church. Miss Eisner was held brother, John (Baptist,werq founders laymen. one. Energetic young men are In high esteem by her many friends of the Passlonists, In charge are: wanted, who If necessary will mako' and acquaintances, who. tender sym- Paul was inspired withthe thought Executive Harry T. FIscheri George Hackmiller, S. J. McEllIott, personal sacrifices to attend this pathy to the bereaved father and of the foundation of, the, order audactually wrote the .rules and conLeo Meyers, M. J. O'Loughlln, convention and call It their vaca mother and slsterand two brothers Btitution'that-Eover1720'; and it.1 who survive. ShVdled. at the home Thomas DIgnan, Thomas Lynch, M. tion, although it will not be "all of horparonts7Mr?anMMFsPsul1' .hawaa'J5oinmlieioneel& in in3l7fi5 Jbft play." J. Walsh and Harry T.' Colgan. . Pope Benedict xui. to xorm tne The young men responding to the Eisner, 1430 Story avenue. "Wheel of Fortune W. J. Concongregation while still a layman, call of the Central Vereln are to bo nelly, John H. Hennessy, M. J. not tor he A in a; John J. Barry, Adam considered the Junior partners given Miss beautiful life was closed when ordainedand his brother were until to the priesthood Elizabeth Mackey, daughter of vast organization. They are Schmltt. per Benedict of and are Refreshments Edward Wagner, charge of a department supported en Mrs. Emma Mackey and sister 1901 June 7, 1727,ceremony. himself forming the couraged, advised and by Misses Mayme and Ida Mackey, Theodoro Wagner, Edward White, the Tho other thought that must senior partners. The "business" Griffiths avenue, answered the sumWilliam Reker, Frank McGrath, Dan of the that, humanly reader her Divine Creator. Central Sexton, John HIckey, Harry T. other through Vereln Is to help each mons of ono of true Catholicity, Her strike the the four isfounders of the education, organiza life was ever speaking, Colgan. In the United States, in S. Entertainment J. McEllIott, tion and legislation In matters be of devout In the practice of her relig- Passlonists a ion and the example she gavo to who accompanied Bishop O'Connor Christian social reform; to Edward White, Georgo Hackmiller, pillar of the church and of others in the community in which from Rome in 1852, might he conGeorge RIggs, Martin Mullaney, she lived. The funeral services took sidered as an unfortunate selection Robert Burns. Tho Central Vereln Is the recog place Sunday afternoon In St. Pat- and about the most unlikely instruGames Ben Imorde, C R. nized leader in this kind of organi- rick's church. ments to inaugurate and carry out a great missionary movement such zation and deserves tho Game of Cupid John T. Hogan. In the death of Mrs. Mary D. as that contemplated hy the Bishop, of the young men. The young men Press John J. Barry, C. R. in the Gonzaga Union conduct their Craig, which occurred at her home for they were all Italians and none E. .J. Cooney. affairs in the language of the coun in Jeffersonvllle, the community of them on their arrival could try and havo their own meetings. In loses an old and highly respected speak a word of English. From a MONTH'S MIND MASS. the various State unions tho young resident and St. Augustine's church world standpoint the enterprise men enjoy the same consideration' a much beloved parishioner. Mrs. seemed doubtful, but there are somo A solemn requiem high mass was and are thus trained to carry on tho Craig was of a gentle and retiring things that can not foe measured offered up Tuesday at the Church of work of the Central Vereln. nature and her many kindly acts with a world rule and this was ono tho Annunciation at Shelbyville for her to all with whom she of them. In this as in most of his The Papal Delegate will arrive aC the repose of the soul of Mr. Daniel Bt. Paul August 7 and attend the came in contact. Her funeral was other undertakings .for the spread of Riley, who died June 26, at Fall convention as in the years past. held from St. Augustine's church, God's kingdom, we now recognize River, Mass. The celebrant was Rev. Bishop Busch. of St. Cloud. M'nn., Rev. Father Halpln celebrating the that IBIshop O'Connor, who resigned John H. Riley, son of the deceased, and Henry Seyfried, of Indianapolis, high mass of requiem. Messrs. M. a see to save his own soul and died assisted by the Rev. George W. have been secured as the speakers F. Doherty, John . Drlscoll, Will- a saintly Jesuit, must have been Schuhmann, D. D deacon of the nt the young men's mass meeting, ' iam C. Pfau, Clarence Thickstun, directed from on high. mass; the Rev. John T. Hill,Tuesday evening, August 10. The M. J. Kehoe, of this city; W. JohnThese four Passlonists were later and the Rev. Robert McDon- convention sessions will (be held at son, of Seymour, and Frank O'Brien, Joined by Fathers John Dominic ald, master of ceremonies'. The the headquarters, the St. Paul acting as pallbearers. Tarlatlnl and Luke BandlnelH. They choir, with the well known sopranlst, Hotel. were at first housed In tho Bishop's TWIN CITY LEAGUE. Mrs. William P. Brown, was under The reverend clergy who have residence, and they worked, and the direction of Prof. Charles C. been so helpful to the young mon they prayed, and they studied, and Although the Spurrier. There was a largo at- organizers in the past are again' last In less than a year they were preachtendance as a tribute of respect to urged to use their best influence to- Sunday In the Twin City League did ing in English and German. They Father Riley. wards securing the delegates and to not materially chango the standing were placed in charge of St. come themselves. Societies should of the leaders, nevertheless they Michael's parish, south side, Pittswillingly pay at least part of their were given a close call In at least burgh, where the Bishop gave to PRESENT FOR CHAPLAIN delegate's expenses and should In- two of the games. Tho feature for them a plot of several acres and At the meeting of Division 4, A. sist on getting a good report of the tomorrow's contests is the meeting there on August 7, 1853, they laid O. II., on Monday evening in convention. This convention Is open of the Champs and Olympics, who the cornerstono of .their first mond Hall a little surprise was pre- to all, but to enjoy all privileges, have been rivals since the Inaugura- astery, dedicated to St. (Paul of tho pared for Rev. Father Kealty, the even to the extent of being elected tion of the league, and their meet- Cross. It was completed In time for division chaplain, who was given a to office, apply for credentials to the ing on Diamond No. 1 will draw the the admission of their first novice, little token on tho ove of taking his Secretary by submitting proof of) banner crowd. In tha other games Benjamin Feld, who received the annual vacation. President John your selection as delegate signed by Mackin will play tho Imperials, habit October 31, 1854. Tho buildHennessy requested all members to the spiritual adviser or officers of Bruins will meet Trinity and Ber-- ing was enlarged several times and bring in reports on applicants before society. Delegates to the Central trands will meet the K. of C. Tho today is the novitiate of the order, while- the Passlonists are still in the next meeting In order to prepare Vereln do not need any other cre- standing to date: charge of St. Michael's church. for the big initiation, for which the dentials to attend the Gonzaga Won. Lost. Pet. The first offshoot from Plttshurh 1 14 degree team is now rehearsing Union convention. Champs .933 11 Weekly. County President W.' J. 2 .848 was at Dunkirk, N. Y in accordance Bertrand .IMPROVING. 11 3 Olympic .780 with a promise from the Superior Connelly was present, having Just to Bishop Timon, that the 7 7 500 peneral K.ofC returned from his vacation trip, and William McDonald, one of the' Mackin 4 9 .308 second foundation would be in his complimented Choir Loader Dave 10' 4 .286 diocese of Buffalo, There St. Mary's Rellly on the improvement in his pioneer members of St. Patrick's Trinity 10 231 Monastery was established in 1860, 3 choir, which he is rehearsing at everj parish, who six weeks ago suffered Bruins 1 13 071 by Fathers Alblnus, a stroke of paralysis, Is now con- Imperials Gaudentius, meeting. John Baptist and Andrew, who did valescent at his home, 112 North' LEXINGTON. Twelfth street, to the great relief the work of pioneers in the district HOLY CROSS LAWN FETE. of his wide circle of friends and An approaching marriage of In- from .Buffalo to Erie. The third After helng stricken Mr. terest in the Bluegrass section will foundation gave to the iHudson one Tho annual lawn fete of Holy relatives. was removed to Sts. Mary be that of Miss Katherino Aloyslus of Its most noted and commanding Cross church will be given on the McDonald and Elizabeth Hospital, and since Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. landmarks in the magnificent Monschool grounds on Monday and his return home his condition has, Thomas Smith, and James W. Kelly, astery of St. Michael's, West n Tuesday, August 16 and 17, i whose engagement was announced Hoboken, N. J,, the cornerstone of shown steady improvement. and evening, and In lino with at a luncheon given by Misses Mary which was laid August 9, 1863. the past affairs will feature a and Margaret Smith. Those present With this foundation the PasslonREAL LAWN FETE. chicken 'supper for both days. This were Miss Smith, her mother, Mrs. ists celebrated the tenth anniversary supper has obtained a wide reputaKavan-augof their advent In the United States Extensive preparations have been Thomas Smith; Misses Agnes tion In the past and has been the made by the members of St. ColumNell Houlihan, Agatha Welsh, and the event was signalized by the means of bringing many, visitors to ba's congregation for the grand Sadie Dalley, Marguerite W$lah, organization of the first American the lawn fete. lawn fete1 which will be given on the Nell Lanahan, Anna Mae- BuchlnanI, Passlonlst Province of St. Paul of church grounds at Thirty-fift- h end Zita 'BuchlnanI, Margaret Gallagher, the Cross, with the Very (Rev. ON VACATION. Market streets on Monday and Elizabeth Smith, Flora Lulgart, Father John 'Dominic as (Provincial. Tuesday afternoons and nights, Aug- Genevieve McGrath, Mary Agnes I In July of the same year the first Lieut. M. J. Rawley and Sergt. Fat ust 2 and 3. During each afternoon Dockery, 'Katherlne Cavanaugh, provincial ciiapier was uem to Kenealey are enjoying their annual there will be euchre and lotto Mary" and Margaret Smith, Pittsburgh. Among a few of the (Another engagement announced other most noted monasteries that ten days' vacation, and have been games, for which many beautiful spending their afternoon at Eclipse prizes have been procured. Supper last week, was that of Miss Elizabeth have sprung from the original PittsPark rooting for the Colonels, and will be served each day, and both Geary, who is prominent socially In burg foundation are St. Joseph's, both promise to have them In the nights a spirit, of gayety will bo Danville, and John Murphy, of Lex- Baltimore; Holy Cross, Cincinnati; first division before returning to niade prevail with splendid music ington. Their marriage will be sol- Our Lady of "Good Counsel, Norduty. emnized in the early fall. i mandy, 1Mb.; Sacred Heajt Retreat, and other attractions. 1G-1- 7- St. Joseph's Orphans' Home, Central Vcrin "Welcomes Inter- orphanage grounds, Crescent Hill. on Owe Introduction to Right Iiov. est Displayed by Catholic" Wm. O'Connor, Pittshurg's August 5 Lawn fete on Bertrand Hall grounds, Sixth street, Press. First Bishop. 4-- August 4 Festival and outing for e, ,f ing Sunday morning when they gathered at St. William's church to celebrate tho feast of their patron saint, and again when they filled the Knights of Columbus iHall at tho general meeting in the afternoon. When itho (Rev. Georgo M. Connor, pastor of St. William's, ascended the altar for tho celebration of the high mass every foot of space in tho church was occupied by followers of St. Vincent de Paul, the sight being most impressive and edifying. A pleasing feature was the excellent musical programme rendered by a large choir, under tho direction of Mrs. Fred iHarlg. Father O'Connor was most happy and eloquent In his sermon. They were gathered together, he said, for a purely spiritual nilrnnaa fitirl Tia wna nt n Inoa frv words to express his appreciation. They came as an act of love for God, nnd in all their work they did ordinary things extraordinarily well, President tfohn Doyle occupied the chair at the general meeting, which was opened hy prayer by the Rev. Father Donahue, of the Cathedral, reports of the works of the con- ferences and various committees were read and were all of a gratify- Ing character. Following the re- ceptlon of new members, (Rev. ,nAHi(,r nrnwiAv n t .w nt at Louis iBertrand's, was presented, and no aenvereu an address on the duties and works of the Vincentlana that equaled any ever heard here. The members who heard him consld- ored themselveH fnnliinntA ' th nh. sentees missing rare Catholic treat. PORTIUNCULA INDULGENCE. Frank McGrath and Personal Followers Will Poll Big Vote in His Behalf.. Local Democrats Can Not Con- sistently Support Itlica and Tcrrel. JOHN O'BRIEN A SURE WINNER I The big gathering at the McDer-- j n Macauley s Theater! mott raUy nigm, tuuicu wiiu uo iiwu of those managing the local cann 1B that he n& palgn of the Lieutenant to the support of their follow) townsman. Those In the audience were representative of all walks of) llff """ business en being pre) wh ordinarily do not Interest themselves in political campaigns, but ? ,tn,s .occasion believe that his" ".i.o " to the hjSber office, and in adj h, ot "10, opinion that his "'V,0? are, ability and scholarly attainments; buouiu ub reuuswzuu uy evury xiemui crat,c voter. Every legislatlvo that Louisvillo Democrats are will receive a oplondidl testimonial vote in this district and! Ooveraon rally-Th- e et "" j' ing Mr. McDermott in his campaign and the different districts will vld with one another as to which will i those opposed to tho ProSr "SmSSS! pH"hv th,e BIU conceded" lnf McDermott candidacy that tho great Ju?y J fPnrMnnp!,!. thl LMSS ? efJt asset In his favor in Jefferson So6 artheeXt0nrSarie0s mlTl't nal vreo1UUr1Ze(V SS&- SmmuV wffse endS eSToS, ?'SS Orriinarta Z vL rnd "STr-attnorS- V ' ' $ S great-nephe- w, decS Se-t- ! irnnfin f ' mrtSgalneda?roUm Se f?rs elra and Charles H 0Jpohn L" i r ns " "emPt made to- - influence local Democrat .TiVvinfe ' Peter's. Chains. hnn ZtZ t0 support. Uiuea .r jr 'AUditon 5K.2. nSfin Sch CbeSkl' SrScT lift 5 oTenrht. Thalhclmor, t? ?.!... Sebastian William GlnrgEeGeNnorSnn tS ot. IhS! ?iviJ f ernoneVunesMeXomS; S 2 tee f this district have done sterling work ln h,s behair, the promoters, rn rtimv ..lvr nafhv?vwKisirilflffTTT Si6, I r irHiHi ... - out iar - n r,nn I fitaiU, UUVaIIK i L.ll. proached confession and holy count -- , " " l"u'r munion, and must then visit one of "," ThJ the designated churches or chapels opposition from those Democrats thp intPnHnnn f and there Drav for iuuai&DuioTiiiir-muBL'"ut: o.a ffc MAW i'l?A3r f U- Tom 1 w.v "iii"i-- i. r-- mo-euonn- rrrrri-.ut- - m o Treasurer, OVttW Ul .r?' ,""" l..s . . I Mc-Ate- e. Mc-Ate- o, the rtn,d ?ta,te may be made at any time during tho by preceding week. Communion, how- cnerntwLnnsntaXr sun! ever, must be received within tho' e? V1? nlMZl?e t5? !S2 time prescribed for the gaining o? tno indulgence. iT The indulgence, - " ,..,.,, iw which is applicable to the souls ofi should iUHWIIVlH nn ..IIaW UUl J JjULi ltllr0 f tt iuaj u 4111UIa jyuihiimij, mm Vrt nnlnnJ UQ VlbCil. rally to the11(1 support of the Lieutenant; i as the church or chapel Is visited Haiy, wecKuam, wnea, Governor. etc., turned a deaf ear to that sugTltlNITr COUNCIL. gestion, and to add insult to in- though the weather was Jury puts forward as their candldato Even J,Au. w. i, ' ', B"eSfclttt IV LI A 02J!?f ZnA? ?B' -- i"'.1: JflTT. 1 3' I S?!??8" inrftfnvinH, Counc,I ,Y- - i ed sub-deaco- n, hq tho abusice speech because at delivered of the State convention to In con- dlsposod of. The Building Commit- - select delegates to the national , In that SDeech tee reported that the new gym- - IfX"1." 1012 delivered a tirade of naslum was about completed and BhnUrfdMenrarU8e,"Vlth,n a V6r Louisville T delegates and for that, 15 ?p fS ,alS annu,nced no other reason, no support can bo near associates, full charge the basketball teams. Blven him or his Somn of thoso rn a short time he expects to start practice with a .number m!?nc of teams fall to rh composed of members of the coun- Vz ntod M- I- - " noxiourTo'hTLoilirDemocrac. ..n.iw ft?"8 fw'i '? JJdvoato tlLJ secXrrtuTry?. TUlar ba8kttba11 "taSwlde'prohiWUofln ni double-heade- rs Ber-tran- - aftor-noo- h, - Sftr0nB lam lature and If McChesney must bo nnTfc Wd..ie,T0p rnihfs3 Ll, ,W.B " "Jt Robert Muhs, Chairman of tho T Moonllght Committee, reported that "ha VoH.iBhirn Tom Rhea was! gall ?oraDSeht "SL te V0C,fe" that Same" Corner or Tuesday evening, (August 3. The moonlight ou?'y,lho other state race3 Alvin a SB.0bSrh,,2teTlSrl!r,Seki ag BtSer is S5L bL !a5!?; Clerk of the Court of Appeals, man' &.E easy win- they asked that another similar af predicting ho will be an supporters ner. while Gabe Likens' fair bo given on the new steamer. claim thatho will be the successful candidate for Secretary of State. HIS FEAST DAY. Robert L. Greene 'should bo returned, the winner for Auditor, and the-. This Saturday, July 31. Is the same applies to Sherman Goodfeast of the great founder of tho paater for Treasurer. Will Hc-ouneiy ui jeaua iguuuuB nMyoia. local representative of Matt Coa On that day 423 years ago he died rnr (inmrniiminnnr of Agrlculti In 'Homo In the year of predicts that his man will rec o h ugu. wuu uio eiory 01 uio the nomination by a handsome uib most Catholic ninrniifv in thA inoni .Trii?iMihlrt saint's conversion young men are quite familiar. Tho racea Judg0 Kay and jU(jge msIblife of St.. Ignatius Is a narration ot Bmger are still contesting for the almost unbelievable obstacles and Common Pleas Judgeship, while Bufferings overcome stop by step, jfldge Quarles and Arthur M. until wo see at Its conclusion the Wallace are fighting it out for the, triumph and wonderful growth and chancery Judgeship, the former, .,.. tii nrotrrpRs ot thn onnlntv lio find jt. founded. years torneys at the bar, while many of. He was thirty-fiv- e urn uoioio ho uobuii ma siuaies, mit the old friends and associates of the( this fact daunted him not in the, latter are perfecting a ward and pre-'- J least. "His studies were finally com- - clnct organization In his behalf. The pleted, and in 1538, when forty- - friends of John "O'Brien,, who Is seven years of age, he celebrated his candidate for the Magisterial nomlns.i wibu uuuaa iu iuo suoiorraneau atIon in the Eighth dlatrlot, have; chapel of the Basilica of St. Mary begun to call hkn Squire, and they Major in Home. authorize the statement that they ' have a good wad of the long green MOONLIGHT. to wager that he is successful in the ' primary. Next Tuesday evening Trinity Council, Y. M. 1., will take its mem- DESERVES THIS VACATIONj bers and friends on amoonllght ride up the Ohio on the Homer Smith, The (Rev. Father Hutu and give promise of a most delight - , tor of St. James' church tul time. Bob Muhs and a commit- bethtown, is spending tee nave been arranging a number at Mt. vCIemens, Mich., 01 pumaiuK icnuiicti wr uuu euier- - urai vacation since talnment of the excursionists and to the priesthood fon will endeavor to make this one the ago. HUj friends success of the season. good prlwt will en ' Leon's "mff" "!Jr M Si to !XT.7 '."S W sixty-sixt- - .t- i.ii . " .) I. .fiCETTXJOKY IBUCSH KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. el klik AnarksM sad Crtllea to the Seclal wi MhiI Mrs. J. J. Donohue and children, ot Hibernians, Yoang Un'i Offtetally Iadowea by Aaclt Order of Deer Park, were week end visitKalghU of America. IaitlUt ud CataeHc ' ors at Lebanon. PWINTINQ CO., Incorporate, KINTUCKY inllH AMERICAN Miss Mary Hogan will leave Mon SINGLE COPY day for Mooresvllle, Ind., to spend SCglPTION PRICE, ONH DOLLAR PBR YEAR AlMGE&IfclO-AJM:- - Hv4 AJrawMt SOGIETY. I cesss5C8ttS3ssssaa $5 ST. LOUIS AND RETURN AUG. 14 Seventh Street Station, 9:15 p. m. Make reservations now. City Office Fourth and Market BALTIMORE & OHIO SOUTHWESTERN R. R. PRIMARY ELECTION, AUGUST 7, 1915. Publlhf BaUro Mw tH CtlHM rt tjTWto PMMm m tha UKTUCf a..ClM fUttoc JP-2- 1 her annual vacation. CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR flOTTO 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. WISH UmSUCW, West Onea 8L was this Miss Helen ORourko week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. CBrlen at Hodgonvllle. Miss Frances Blanford left the past week to visit her aunt, Miss Mary iGleason, at Springfield. ARTHUR M. WALLACE LOUISVILLE, KY. BAITING THE POPE. Under the above heading, America presents to Its readers the following, to which there can bo no denial: Tho Allies, so they themselves say, are struggling for their existence against n shrewd and powerful foe. Time and time again they have lifted their voices to ask for the sympathy and moral support of nations not actually engaged in the war. Sympathy has been given them without stint; many Catholics, millions of them, have conscientiously thought their cause How Just and acted accordingly. long this attitude will bo preserved, however, Is hard to say. Misgivings are arising in many quarters; words of suspicion are whispered hero and there. And not without cause. For every now and then tho papers of two of tho "Allies" print calumnious articles about tho Holy Father, who has dono so much to soften the horrors of war. They misrepresent his motives; they misinterpret his words; in short, they are baiting His Holiness, doing their, very best to compromise him, striving as hard as they can to mako his difficult position doubly difficult, glad it would appear to put tho Popo in a quandary for sinister motives. Nor is this all; e countries from these two sent Insolent despatches for there aro publication in our sheets. Of late American Catholics are made Indignant by such Impudent headlines as "England Demands that Pope Retract," "Belgium Angry ot Benedict" Tho source of this disp is gusting, scurrilous quite apparent, so, too, Is its animus, so is its motive. Its effect will be tho very opposite of that Intended by the heart-breakiself-samanti-Cathol- ic clap-tra- scandal-monge- rs who give it cur- Catholics have wits and correct instincts, and Catholics will not allow tho man whom they honor as Christ's vicegerent on earth to be Ibalted by contemptible cliques whosa Imaster passion lgiatred for an lnstl- nations Have received both protection and Elory. The warring nations have established n censorship of the press; more discrimination should be used In tho exercise of the office; will come otherwise the "flare-back- " from many sources and sympathy will bo shifted with omphasts. rency. "vHWh-wthelr ANOTHER VIEW. - from the Washington correspondent of Leslie's Weekly should attract attention from the press, which can see no fault with the course of John Bull in peace or in war: While London newspapers havo jot hesitated to criticise the United States for what is described as a commercial attitude towards the war," it appears that Great Britain has had an eye to the main chance herself By holding up American bhipplng Great Britain has been ablo to replace American goods with British goods In various neutral countries. By withholding American cotton from Germany England has forced Germany to withhold. dye- stuffs from America. The announcement Is now made from London that "a considerable increase in the output of dyestuffs has finally been effected by the British Dyes Company." British export figures tell tho commercial side of Great Britain's war even more strikingly, The total value of exportB to the United States, as Invoiced through the London Consulate General, the first six Tho following pro-Engli- sh and "Mr. and Mrs. James Glenn family havo been enjoying a visit Shepherdsvllle. 13 one of the films condemned by tho with friends at Catholic Fodesation and in other Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stanton, cities hns been forced off the boards. of Jeffersonvllle, had Edward Kelly, Tho Alamo should havo some regard of Cleveland, for a visitor this week. for decency and Its patrons. Mrs. P. A. Savage had a6 her guest 'Miss Mary Joe Wlckham, who being sought for a has returned to her home at Bloom-fielSupport is proposed constitutional amendment Inserting a literary test for voters In Aline IRyan, of Misses Estelle the constitution of tho State of New South Louisville,and have returned York. from a visit to friends at Lebanon Junction. FATHER JAMES O'CONNOR. Misses Eula May and Margaret Like a pall of gloom fell tho Davorn have returned from Bedford, message Saturday morning at St. Ind., where they spent five weeks Thomas Orphanage that the Rev. visiting friends. Father James O'Connor, tho beloveda chaplain, had died of paralysis, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Connelly message that for several days had and Misses Josie Connelly and Agnes been painfully anticipated. Father M. IButler spent tho past week at O'Connor was born In Ireland Grayson Springs. ty-seven years agd, but his priestly life had been spent In tho Louisville Judge Samuel Boldrick "will leave diocese. The story of his good llfo tomorrow to Join his wife and and the noble characteristics of, daughters, who are spending the this saintly priest, who devoted his summer at Bay View, Mich. last years to the orphans, wore like unto tho Master whom he so faithMiss Edna Coll and Sirs. G. Harry fully served meek, humble and Frank, of Jeffersonvllle, have defull of charity and kindness for all. parted on an Eastern pleasure trip The funeral services were "held at that will extend over a month. St. Thomas Orphanage on Tuesday, morning, when the office for tho. Sister iM. Itoso and Miss Marcella dead was recited by a number of Smith spent Thursday of last weak ot in Bardstown when on their way for priests and solemn high mass requiem was said by tho Rev. James a visit at St. Catherine's Academy. P. Cronln, V. G., of St. Patrick's church, .who had "been a lifelong Mrs. Emmet McCarroll and chilfriend of the deceased. The memory dren, of Bedford, Ind., are hero for of his beautiful' life and gentle per- a visit with Mrs. Ella Davorn and sonality will remain as a benlson to Mrs. Kate Curran, on Soventh the boys of St. Thomas Asylum, who street Indeed have lost a father. rT1fis Anna iTJIerken. of West FAREWELL TO PRIESTS. Madison street, has returned home after a delightful vacation trip to Five hundred (members of St. Frankfort, where she was visiting assembled relatives. Boniface congregation Tuesday night at St. Boniface Hall to bid a feeling farewell to Rev. Misses Dorothy and Mary Shelley Leonard iNurre, who had been their were hostesses Tuesday night at a pastor for three years, and Rev. most deljghtful al fresco frolic In Ignatius Wllkens, his assistant, with honor of iMlss Frances McClure, of whom they part with feelings of Lexington, Blucero regret. Father Nurre, who was ordained in this city in 1870, Alexis Schulten, Mr. and iMrs. goes to Cincinnati to become pastor who havo been spending some tlmo of St. Bonaventura church. Father nt White Sulphur Springs and are Linus Braun, pastor of St. now in 'Boston, will return homo will succeed him here. next week. Father Ignatius goes to Cincinnati to become assistant pastor of St. Miss Helen E. 'Butler entertained Clement's church, and will bo suc- Sunday in honor or miss arern ceeded here by Father Paclflcus Loyal, of West Covington, and Winterheld, now of St. Clement's. IgnatluB had been In Louls-- i Scott, of Cincinnati. Father vllle eight years. Henry Rosso presided at the meeting and introduced Miss Marie Taylor left last week the speakers, among whom were i for New York and (Atlantic City, and John IF. Horlna, John CBlddle, Presi- from there will go to lAsbury Park, dent of St. Raphael's Young (Men's iN. J., to spend a month with Mr. Club, and Frank Gehr, who ' de- and Mrs. Stein, formerly of livered a tribute and presentation Louisville. Luther on behalf of the congregation. Following Father Deppen's earnest adS. J. Schaedler an- Mr. dress Fathers Leonard and Ignatius nounceand Mrs. engagement of thoir was daughter.the responded, the former saying he Schaedler, Miss Anna not leaving at his own request, as to Fred Kuhlmann, ofE. iCarrollton. had been reported, but that he went Tho wedding will take place Sep in obedience to the command of hia tember 22 at St. (Mary Magdalen's superiors. , church. SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1915 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJBMBOBBnSBBSBBBSBSBBBSs tUWUtUWHtWVMHHHHnWVMVWHWUWvmVtMVIM $ d. ' iW iJiJiiiJiJiJHI 9s t ' bbbbbHbbbbbbbbbbbW ' ' :MHK&m tijBHEraBBaV INCORPORATED -- iiJHHIlJiJH. V 8JHaBPaFsi'tn fVHCOrE5 SAILED 25w. CITY 1866. AIX XO&TA.JJL,. PHONE-SOU- TH MMMMWVMUUMMMVWUHWmHMVMmUWHMUVWVVUVI seven- CANDIDATE FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE FIRST DIVISION, CHANCERY BRANCH. l6a Mr &$Q&&$S&&$M4& ON YOUR VACATION TRIP atrip to California, or elsewhere Whether on a day's outing, on YQU WILL NEED A CAMERA Let us tell you more about it. Inquiries cheerfully answered. CAMERAS FROM $2.00 UPWARDS. 321 OCQRPOftATCD J WEST ST, JEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. make all live again the old days In friendship for tho St. Joseph's Orphans' Homo. Moonlight Excursion AUSPICES KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. TRINITY COUNCIL Tuesday, August 3. Sltomer Homer Smith. Leaven Fourth street 8:15 p. m. THE 8SkSS4-S44$kS3S- u.xc uuubAK starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else- whore. Cincinnati wants the 1916 national convention. Fifty candidates wero given the third degree at Medina, N. Y. New York leads tho Daughters of Isabella with a membership of 7,084. 5,000. German Insurance BanK Second and Market Under the Big Clock State Government Supervision. 4 $1.00 BOX DELUXE (our Saturday Special; is the most remarkable Flower value obtainable. Other BOXES DE LUXE at $2.00 and $3.00. Coupons with every purchase. Place Your Orders Friday for Delivery Saturday t$&i&$G&$$$&&$&$ Fourteen Quart Gray Enamel Preserving Kettle Given Free With One Pound Bona-vontur- a, The total registration at tho Ohio State outing at Cedar Point reached Kentucky will bo well represented at the Supremo convention at - V. Seattle. For thol next week Interest will center on the national convention at Seattle. Three hundred are expected to receive the fourth at Omaha on October 12. Syracuse Knights have inaugurated an earnest campaign in behalf of the unemployed. The Supreme Secretary's report shows a net gain of 20,000 members during the year. Tho Daughters of Isabella have 256 courts in good standing, with a membership of 22,120. A great amount of good in a local way Is being dpne by the Indianapolis on religious committee prejudice. With tho K. C. iBand society circus and a joint initiation and reception thero was a live Saturday In Oklahoma City. , Mixed Tea 60c STORE CLOSES AT JACOB SCHULZ Slnca 1873 6 P. M, DURING JULY AfiD AUGUST.' " BOTH PHONES &&$&$$&$$&$& 1323-21- 2 W. MARKET ST. I THE FLOWERS SHOr AT 550 S. FOURTH AVENUE. CITY 1700.9 MAIN 972 I MONUMENTS fl' , BUTTON BROS. I ENJOVARLE EXCURSION. de- All those who would enjoy a lightful railroad excursion and ride on tho river should accompany Company A, Uniform Rank, Catholic Knights of America, on their trip to Tell City, Ind., on Sunday, August 8, whero o. grand reception awaits them. The train will leave the Union Station at Tenth street at 7:45 In the morning, and the round bo fare Gen. will $1.65. Michael iReichert, Capt. Oscar (Maier and a capable committee have tho excursion in charge and have perfected overy detail for the comfort and pleasure ot 500 people. Tho Knights of Tell City will be hosts and several dlstlnguishd visitors are expected. This trip will also afford an excellent opportunity for any who may desire to spend a day with friends In 'Hawesvllle or Cannelton. Tho excursion given last year was a success, hut will be eclipsed by the1 one of next Sunday week. YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. HInes and their son and daughter-in-laMr. and Mrs.. D. J. Hlnes, returned yesterday from their Western trip, the former having been on a visit to Eee their daughter, Sister Mary Raymond, of the Dominican order, while the latter went to Denver on a visit to Mrs. D. J. Hines' sister. 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 Markers and Mausoleums. in the city. Delivery to all parts of city. The engagement of John J. tional organ of Kentucky, Mr. EuBeirne, Jr., and Miss Helen Llsh, bank has done more than any other daughter of Mrs. Laura Llsh, has been announced. Their marriage will be solemnized with a nuptial high mass at 8 o'clock on Wednesday morning, August 18, at St. Charles Borromco church. The groom Is a popular young man connected with the firm of Geher & Son. Next Wednesday afternoon there and pretty wedding at the Cathedral, when the Rev. Father P. M. J. Rock will pro nounce the words uniting J. Alton Kolb, Jr., and Miss Marguerite Kautt, both of whom are well known Bnd popular In the younger society Immediately following the circles. ceremony they will leave to spend their honeymoon In the mountains of North Carolina, and after August 20 will be at home at 1263 Bards-tow- n road. will be an interesting Send for our illustrated designs and prices. Large and new stock to select Always a school man, and for ten years editor of tho official educa- from all high class work. It. S. EUHANK. New Muldoon Monument 625 South Third St. 9mm9999f i QRAN W. SMITH'S SON-Co. AL. S. SMITH, PROP. GERMAN BANK I Funeral Director and Embalmeri BOTH PHONES 810. 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET;! i ..4l.MH"tt'4'l'l"t"M---I"W-l"t"I"M-W-f ( conditions Increased her exports to the United States about $6,000,000 compared with six months under peaceful conditions Thceo figures do not include the millions of dollars gained by replacing American and other commerce in. foreign ports. OAtSB FOR THANKS. nihB o 1915 was $70,616,024 Mnst $65,877,681 for the similar rlod last year. In other word?, igland in six months under war In 1918 out of eighty-fou- r candidates chosen In the municipal election two were Bull U Mooters, one Magistrate and tho aer Conatable for the same court. .Now they are fighting each other bitterly In the court', sot being able agree on the conduct of the Lucky for the citizens and rem that the whole Progressiva kaa not elected. igers of the picture houge suc-ceaa- fui ahe presentation of the ."Hypocrites" should spty houses. This tion of the Atlantic Jurisdiction Grand Council of the Young Men's Institute, which will convene In Louisville on Monday, August 16. one man to shape public opinion Tho proceedings will open with solin school affairs and to remove the emn high imass at the Cathedral, ORPHANS' PICNIC. nubile schools from the realm of after which the delegates and visitEvery detail has heen completed , politics. The measures which he has ors will form In line and march to the opening session. In the after- tfor tho picnic of St. Joseph's. proposed have proved mcapaDie ot noon the delegates will be taken Orphans' Homo which takes place uso as "political machines," and in automobiles to various points of next Wednesday on the orpnanago have heen designed always to secure-thgreatest good to tho greatest Interest throughout the city and grounds in erscent Will, and only will stop at Trinity club house for ,fftir weather is needed to insure Its number of children in the .Commonwealth. Ho knows more school refreshments. in the evening success. For weeks the St. Joseph people and more about Kentucky's Society has heen preparing there will he a banquet at the i Omhan Tusday, August 17, there will ,for this event, tho work helng dls- - public sohools than it has been any to know. be two sessions and a moonlight twlti.ttarl Amnnc a 1nitra TllimTlftr nf other man's opportunity excursion up tho river. Tho con- committees. These are headed hy His County Schcol Hoard law has vention will close on Wednesday an 'Executive Committee composed proved a true remedial measure and with a trip to Mammoth .Cave. The of Joseph Schlldt, John Tohe, has made It possible for the rural Louisville Convention and Publicity Nicholas Hosier, Seh. O. Huhhuch,' child to have tho same advantage as League will by entertain- Frank A. Kopp, Bernard Stoesser, that enjoyed b7 the city child. Mr. ing the visiting ladles at lunch and Henry Qude and Charles Staeuble. Eubank has brought higher educaSociety, tion to tho people, and they are with automobile rides and theatrical .The St. Joseph's ,Orphan parties. The delegates will be , which maintains the home, is com- - standing (behind him In his race for lavishly entertained during their POBUU VI 1,DUU JUOUIUCID W11U UB1UUH the (Democratic nomination to the stay here by special committees to twelve Herman parishes ot the office of Superintendent ot Public headed by Chairman W. 'A. Link. city and the county. The 150 chil- Instruction. dren In the home are being given a FORTT HOURS. EUCHRE JVND LOTTO. good moral, educational and physical training at' a cost of $75 a year The (Forty (Hours' Adoration will The Young Ladles' Sodality of St. each under the tutelage of the begin tomorrow morning with solJohn's Church wllr onfortnln wlfVi a Ursuline Sisters. .A real good time, together with an emn high mass at St. William's euchre and lotto on the school lawn on Tuesday evening, August 10, and excellent dinner, Is promised, as churoh, Thirteenth and Oak. Rev, have secured many novel and hand- well as a great variety of amuse-- 1 Father George Connor, the pastor, some Tirlzsfl for the oacRalnn. Tn m ments. The Grounds Committee is will conduct the services, assisted of rain the affair will be postponed doing everything possible to make by a number of priests from other the grounds appear In gala attire to parishes. uniu tne louowing day. e Seol-bach; ed Preparations are rapidly perfecting for tho second hiennlal conven- DOUGHERTY & McELIOTT Fifth and Market Sis. ii i! 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, H.B0SSES0N; Funeral Directors and Embalmers. C510 If0EDEr.R TaUvhnnn lOiV. Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH 3EHCOITE?S. Home City 20D8 H X Curab. Mala 200S.a H UltUHHl HI I'W I tI"H-H- t mmvmHuuwiuumuwuuuvuwvMHuvuvnvMMU f4,tlHiitiiH.frM"H"i-! I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y JEFFERSONVIIiIiE. J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. iMinn Utirv Ooaa. daughter of Mrs. Anna Goss, 904 "West (Front street, and a popular member of Jefferson-viiio'- o snt. and Walter vnnticfir Lunsford, of Detroit, were united in JVHiaixx marriage .Monday evening at at. Augustine's church, Rev. Father VWWVHWWWtUHWHWHHWWiU1 TTalnln nnrfnrmlnE .the ceremony. were 'Misses Anna attendants The A. L. GUNN Goss and Nora Goss, sisters oi tne SOUTn LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT BANK bride. The bridegroom is the son S29 EaLt gaureet:. i Illinois avenue. A reception for the Fourth and Central Avenue relatives lonowea at tne nome ot the bride's mother.' fTuesday the happy couple left for 'Detroit, where Interest Paid On Time Deposits We SoHcH Your Business they will make their home. I nf W onil lUrn Tntin T.unHford. 708 BAKER AND CONFECTIONER Ice Cream Maaufactarer Home Phone 6574 1104 South SereaA Street iKEXNTOTTJOY XjffclSH RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting: only firms of known responsibility. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES SHALE BRIOE Distributors Of FEDERAL TIRES FALLS VULCANIZING CITY VULCANIZING 1101-0- 3 MERXOAJX, AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. HIBERNIANS. FONTAINE FERRY "TUB PARK BEAUTIFUI." RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in tnese colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Phone City 6813 ARTHUR A. WILL What They Have Been Doing Amusements Galore! the Past Week General New Restaurant. Free Band Concerts News Notes. Dancing Many Added Attractions! Timely Record of Some Memor- able Events in the Catholic History of America. August By James A, Rooney, LL. D. 1, 1865 Parish of St. Mary Home Star of the Sea, IBayonne, N. J., established by the Right Rov. James 'Roosevelt 'JJayley, with the as IRev. Peter P. 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CO. IRON AND HEAVY HARDWARE. Carriage and Wagon Woodwork and Hardware TODD-DONIGAN THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASH 800-81- 3 IRON CO., Incorporated W. Main street. PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. CASKETS AND UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIES. (Wholesale Only.) NATIONAL CASKET CO., Incorporated Eleventh and Magazine Streets. Home Phono, City 9459 JOS. F. BOEHLER JEWELER REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY C51 South Shelby Street Between Madison and Chestnut .HOME KILLED MEATS FAIR MEAT MARKET STATE JOHN T. BARBEE & CO., Incorporated A Full Lino of Fancy Groceries 0 W. Main Street. Both Phonos Kentucky Weller, Old Barbee, Call and Give Us An Order J, C. W. Whiskies. Sole Owners Registered Distillery No. 22. Phones Main WE SELL FOR CASH 2686-City 6262. DISTILLERS. 720-73- Fay-Mu- s, ings. The Emerald Hibernian Social Club are pleased with the result of their moonlight excursion on Thursday night. of Fall River, Tho Hibernians Mass., are moving toward the consolidation of tho various divisions throughout the city. Many divisions and auxiliaries will celebrate tho 140th anniversary of Daniel O'Connoll, Ireland's great emanclpntor, on August 5. tho United into one division Hibernians of (Manchester, N. H., have $6,000 In tho treasury and property valued at over $20,000. National President McLaughlin will be the principal speaker at the Irish day celebration of tho Cincinnati Hibernians on August 15. Buffalo's big athletic event of the year, the field day nnd games of tho united divisions of Erie county, will be observed at Colunnbus IPark on August 28. iLadles' Auxiliary 1 of Minneapolis had a happy celebration of Its twenty-firanniversary Monday night, a number of the charter members being present. While entertaining their members at a party the .Ladles' Auxiliary of Olean, N. Y., was presented with a complete set of banquet dishes, tho gift of Division 1 of that city. Success crowned tho field day of tho Hibernians of Utlca, when scholarly addresses were delivered by iMayor Smith, Davenport and Attorney William Dowllng. Councilman Tom Dolan and Charles Finegan, of Division 1, and M. J. McDermott and T. J. Garvey, of Division 4, will bo nominated without opposition In the primary next Saturday. The Buffalo Hibernian Band Is having Its celebration today at Columbus Park. A hurling match between Buffalo and Syracuse, and a Gaelic football gamo are scheduled, to be followed by an Irish concert when the sun goes down. st 4 IUU Eft MILES FOR 50 CENTS -- ICft I3U On the Elegent Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wbarfboat, foot of Third street, every Sunday at 9 a, m., goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio, where the meets the return boat, arriv log home about 7 p. m. ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c 5c DRINK 5c Citra-Co-la Gee But Its Good! AT FOUNTAINS AND CAFES FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. was used exclusively by Catholic HENRY SCI1UII (Germans. 1103 South Seventh Street August 5, 1910 iDeath of tho Right IRev. Edward Joseph Dunne, Homo Telephone 2147 second 'Bishop of Dallas, Texas; Cholco Staple nnd Fancy Groceries born In TIpperary. April 23. 1848; Meat and Vegetable Market ordained In Baltimore June 29, Fine Teas and Coffee 1871; consecrated In Chicago Butter a Specialty November 30, 1893. August 6, 1845-Fi- rst meeting of GEM tho Incorporators of the (Brooklyn LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY Benevolent 'Society, .Bishop John Hughes presiding and T. C. o, CURTAINS CAREFULLY Mayor of Brooklyn, present; LAUNDERED BY HAND officers elected: Bishop .Hughes, President; W. . Peck, Both Phones C08 Secretary; James Frlel, TreasTal-madg- bration this year under direction of fhe Rev. (Andrew M. Egan, the present pastor. August 2,1781 'Death Of Father John .Claude Mathivot, Qulpician, (missionary among the Iroquois and Algonqulns and for twenty years Superior of tho seminary at Lake of tho Two Mountains, Oka, Canada. August 3, 1905 Death at Barcelona, Spain, on tho d birthday of his consecration, of the Right 'Rev. 'Francis (Mora, fourth Bishop of Monterey and Los Angeles: natlvo of Spain, camo to xAmerlca with Bishop Amat in 1855; consecrated his Coadjutor August 3, 1873; succeeded to tho see (May 12, 1878. August 4, 1907 Cornerstone laid of new Jesuit church of St. Mobile, Ala.; dedicated May 24, 1908; old church dedicated August 15, 1858, previous to waica the old church of St. John thirty-seconJo-sop- h, CH fi USUI AND LINOLEUM BUILDER Montgomery Street Home Phone Shawnee 1010 2431 FUNERAL DIRECTORS RATTERMAN BROS. LAYER 220 South THEO. Eighth St. Ed H. Rattorman, Manager funeral Directors and Embalmere Home Phone Shawnee 484 2014 Greenwood Avcnno WOLF MOTORCYCLES and ACCESSORIES AND CONFECTIONERY POPE AND READING STANDARD ICE CREAM $150 to $275 Homo Phone Shawnoo 1914 Easy Terms Special Prices to Lawn Fetes and R. L. DAVIS Picnics. Twenty-slxt- h nnil Portlnnd Avenuo N. E. Corner Seventh nnd Broadway BAKERY JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN 2325 West Walnut Street PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Homo Phono Shawnee 19 8 C SOMETHING HEW (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Heating J. L. BROWNFESLD & CO. Steam and Mot Water Heating 111 XT. THIED STKEET Homo Phono 7846 Cumb. M. 1593 THOS. J. BRODERIOK 4392-- J PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Fhono City 1000 Zano Street Homo Phono 1191 Hollenbach's Wine House KARL A. HOLLENBAOH, Proprietor Importer and Dealer In WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street urer; Patrick Haltigan, Agent. PEWEE VALLEY. WM. SHEET ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR CHARLES WILLMAN PLUBD3ER METAL Corner Fourth and Jefferson dive your boys an education tliM will prepare tnem for lira. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEQL 113 TV. Broadway, onlsvUl, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother. CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION PLUMBING CONCRETE BLOCKS COLUMNS, ART STONE Contracting Engineer, Steam Estimates on All Classes of Work Hot Water Heating and Sanitary Plumbing Both Phones Homo Office: 440 Second Street ontral Concrete & Construction Co. LOUISVILLE, KY. 961 Hamilton Avenue RITTER-IIENNING- S ID3ATING TRACTORS II. W. NEWMAN AND CON Classical, Scientific and Business Courses, Preparatory Department, Lars Swimming- - Pool, Well Equipped Qyraaa-slum- . Early Tuesday morning the Stork Terms Moderate. Bro. James, Dlr visited the homo of 'Building and William J. O'Sulllvan, 1044 ANOTnER INSPECTOR. The members of St. Aloyslus con4105 Henry Street Homo Phone City 1396 gregation, iPeweo Valloy, aro making unusual preparation for the y Homo Phono, Shawneo 1383-1204 West Market Street picnic and celebration for the benefit of their church, to bo held August 11. Thero will ho many enterHomo Phones Shawneo 592 and 593 HODAPP & MILLER taining features, handsome awards Special Rates on Large Orders and a big country dinner. Father Wholesale Manufacturers of WIE VELVET TIP ICE CREAM; CO. Edward Boes, tho pastor, Invites his Incorporated. city friends to spend tho day in tho HARNESS AND STRAP WORK IOE CREAM and SHERBETS country. Tho picnic will bo given Cumb. Phone M. 1004-$1.00 Per Gallon on tho church grounds, where the and Rowaa Interurban cars stop. 110 South Seventh Street, Louisville S. E. Cor. Twcnty-fourt- h all-daL. A South Fifth street, and left thero a fine baby boy. Since then father has been overjoyed and from all sides is receiving congratulations. the-proud HERRMANN BROS. IMPORTERS CO. Receivers and Shippers of nay and t Grain. Manufacturers of Shur y Plecz Poultry and Stock Feeds Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Incubators and Brooders LOUISVILLE, KY. PLATING Incorporated Tel. City 7147 Hi E. JEFFERSON Bronze, Brass and Aluminum Cast- Model Maklns and Machine lure. Work. Bath Boom Fixtures and Stove Casting's Nickel Plated and Polished. Brass Beds and Jardinieres All Kinds of Old Metal Ware Made New. JAMES A. McGILL, Sec'y-Treaand Gen'l Met. & s. AMERICAN BRASS WORKS Gerdes was accompanied byi Secretary Edward Financial BUILDING CONTRACTOR nis sister. Miss Mary Gerdes. who Clancy. Old had been visiting Mrs. Armbrusteij Made to Look Like New." Recording Secretary James P. and Mrs. Paulino Weckman. Barry. 810 YORK STREET SPALDING DRY CLEANING CO Treasurer Thomas Keenan. VICTIM OF FLAMES. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. PHONES 1887. Lonlsvlllo, Ky. Phono South 1753 Whllo burning weeds at her home, C. F. BENDER CO. THE CARRELL-ROGER- S DIVISION 2. 187 Coral avenuo, Wednesday mornIncorporated. JERSEY DAIRY ing, Mrs. Owen McCann hecamo en- Meets First Wednesday Llederkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. CARPET CLEANING, RUG MANU veloped In the flames and narrowly Ico Cream Manufacturer FACTORING AND WALL escaped a terrible death. Her face President Joseph Lynch. Special Prices to Churches and PAPER CLEANING Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. and body was badly burned and her Picnics Recording Secretary John rescue was due to the timely arrival Telephone City 2367 T. Both Phones o neighbors. Although In a serious Keaney. 053-5- 0 South Clay Street First and Collogo Streets Financial Secretary Edward J. condition on Thursday there was hope for her recovery. Kelran. 4 Treasurer Thomas Hannan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. Hol COUNT BONI LOSES. :eroJ2viClothes Are The Tlace Where well was reported seriously ill at his homo In CO. WATERS Now Albany, was able to bo out BOTTLED IN BOND. (INCORPORATED) within a day after he was stricken 234 S SIXTH STREET W. Main St. 833 with a fainting spell which lasted Ttlephons 1943. Phones: City 135 only a fe minutes. The Intense heat, not apoplexy, caused his IllC. H. Gerrard, Pres. & Gen'l Mgr. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. ness. John Hardy, Vlce-Pre- s. AMERICAN IKOH WORKS Incorporated VISITED NEW ALBANY. BOILER MAKEKS MACHINISTS General Jobbing Bopalrs A. O.H. The Rev. Aloyslus 01. Gerdes, Oxygen Welding, Cutting and Brazing. Work and Steel Construc- pastor of St. John's church, Middle- Plate Metal tion. DIVISION 1. town, Ohio, loit the first of tho AUTO REPAIR SHOP Main 411, East 146, City S611 week to visit relatives at Evansvllle, Second and Fourth Thursday, Lieder- Phones Louisville, Xy. after a pleasant visit to the family 524 E. Main St. kranz Hall, Sixth and walnut. of Mrs. Louise Armhrustor. 312 President Mark Ryan. R. JEUNESSE West Spring street, New Albany-FathVice President William Cushing. -- For Rent, Sale or Edward Kitzpatrlck, tho gg Exchange. known newspaper man, who CIHLDERS-&- .. BANS OVERCOME BY nEAT. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Barnds of Kentucky Whiskies, especially. Pearl of Nelson, er FLORIST CLEANER AND DYER OF LADIES' Singer's Midgets next week play AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL Cholco Cut Flowers and Designs a return engagement at the Fontaine a Specialty Homo Phono 3117 Ferry Park Theater. This will bo 1124-3- 2 RAMMERS AVENUB tho third week these abbreviated Cumb. Phone S. 1640 little people have played tho iFerry Home Phone City 7319 Seventh nnd Oak Streets Theater this season, and on this AUTOMOBILE TOPS AND COVERS return they aro said to present an X 2M entirely new programme of feature 3HC FORD TOURING CAR COVER8 acts and divertlsoments. Ford and 2121 Osngo Avenuo 19.00 Chester will offer their novel singing GUARANTEED and talklnir nklK "Tho FALLS CITY BUGGYr-- 1 82.00 PIANO TUNING S2.00 Johnnie and tho Manicure Girl," 128-13- 0 South Floytl Street REPAmiNG while "Izetta, a clever little woman. Phono City 1748 ' win entertain with tho playing of Phono Shawneo 1253 piano tho accordion. B. H. BUETER 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS ARCHBISHOP INSTALLED. SURGEON VETERINARY MANUFACTURERS HORSE SHOEING Tho MOSt IRev. Arrhlilnhnn T?ArvA Louisville Made Furnaces J. Hanna was fonmally Installed In 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET 210-22- 2 S. Ninth St. his see on Wednesday. Tho Apostolic Delegate, Most Rev. John Bonzano, Homo Phono City 2542 Homo Phono, City 2365 arrived in Ban 'Francisco the first of Homo, City 981 the week and officiated at tho in- PAINTS, OILS AND VARNlSHlib Cumb. S. 981 stallation, which took place in St. MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Mary's Cathedral after the solemn 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET Pontifical mass. VERTBEST MIXED PAINT CONFECTIONER AND CATERESS Weddings and Parties Given, STRASSEL-GAN- S NAME DAY OF POPE. PAINT CO. 'Special Attention Charles Wolf, Manager 213 West Market Street Sunday was th nnmo iinv nr 'Pope Benedict. His Holiness on &aiuraay received tho member of tho Sacred iCollego, when tho usual THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT Books good wishes of tho prelates wore FONTAINE FERRY. M. J. WALLSHIELD J. F. LINK O S XJ O t?u. First Communion - "frJ. DR. 713-71- extended. Cardinal Vannutelli, dean of the Sacred College, pronounced a discourse, which was replied to by the Pontiff. Th rPnno spoke of the war, but in view of tho privacy oi tne meeting the text of his remarks was not imade public. DRAMATIC SCENE. One of tho most dramatic scenes in tho Eastland tragedy took placo when Father David McDonald, ROSARIES SCAPULAR MEDALS See onr nqw book, "How to Get Mn.rled." Every Devotional Article here. oodo. No tronble to sho-v- T. CHAWK Ion. Veterinary Infirmary. 5 cwefr0t)t)frfr0 FALL CITY BEER Ttkfkewt-CwB- li., SOUTH SEVENTH STREET S. 299i. HM, City 2399. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Segnatura has rejected the appeal of Count Bonl de Castellane In the CastellaneiGould marrlaee case, which hnri hwn riin. posd of toy the iCourt of the Sacred Rota. His appeal was founded on an alleged misinterpretation of decrees of the Cnnerflirntlnn nt Holy Office, but the Segnatura held mat tne judgment or the (Rota, declaring that the tmarrlage was a COmnletelv valid nmv ma a nntinri exposition of the fundamental doc trine concerning matrimony, which the church has continuously hold since tho earliest times. This ends the case, which attracted world-wid- e attention, and again tho foes of Catholic marrlago are doomed to disappointment. The Apostolic Rogers Church Goods Co. All the late and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasopable prices. 129 S. FOURTH AVE. . tn Father Francis O'llrlon nnH voii,n. Joseph Pholan, of the Holy Cross uatnearai, wno had rushed to tho Clark street bridge by automobile, made their way out upon tho overRecording Secretary Thomas turned boat and administered tho last rites of tho church to the InKllleon. Financial Secretary John J. Hes- - jured and tho dying In tho boat and tho waters about It. The rain and slon, Jr. tho river waters, which had mado Treasurer O. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Kale tho boards slippery, mado tho feat particularly perilous. her. Sentinel Thomas Noone. DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. ANOTHER BISHOP PASSES." DIVISION 3. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hibernian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President John M. Maloney. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. FRANK FEHR BREWING CO XrecaPORATED Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan. Requiem high mass, attended by Recording Secretary John J. a large congregation, was celebrated Barry. In St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin Treasurer Pat Connelly. on Wednesday over the body of Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas !Far Jeremiah O'Donovan iRossa, the rell. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Irish patriot, who died on Staten Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Island, June 29. After the ceremony tho body was removed to tho Y. XL I. City Hall, where It laid in state before burial In Patriot's Corner, In MAOKIN COUNCIL. 205. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. the Dublin suburb of Glasnevln. (Rosea and her Meets Monday Evenings at Club Mrs. O'Donovan House, 344 North Twenty-sixtdaughter Eileen were among the mourners at the Cathedral. President John J. Lynn. INCORPORATED First Vice President John W. OVATION FOR BONZANO. Murphy. PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, Second Vice President Martin Five thousand Catholics gathered P. Schadd. JOHN B. FRANK at tho Union Station in Denver on Treasurer George J. Thornton. .Thursday morning of last week to Financial Secretary A. O. Link. greet 'His Excellency (Most IRev. Recording Secretary William Q. John Bonzano, Papal Delegate to the Buckel. United States, on his'way to Seattle' Marshal Harry Alberts. ,to attend the national convention of! Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. me 'juiignis or iXMumbuB. He a Outside Sentinel Harvey Plelf-fe- r. i rived over the 'Union Pacific and was escorted to the residence of Executive Committee Frank Gj Bishop Matz by the iKnlehts oC Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank: 508, 510 512 CLAY STREET. Columbus, Knights ot St. John and ' Geiler. A. W. Andrlot. John R, TMJWONe Ancient Order of Hibernians. iiOuisvUiiiK. to. Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. BURD3D IN DUBLIN. 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. WALTERS' and h, I Right Rev. Frederick LInneborn, DIshop of Dacca, East Bengal, India, died on Wednesday last ot heart failure, according to a cablegram received at Notre Dame University, whero Bishop LInneborn was formerly Rector of Holy Cross Seminary, ho being a member of tho Congregation of tho (Holy Cross, which conducts tho University of Notre Dame. No details of his death are known. Tho message was sent by Rev. Timothy Crowloy, C. S. C, and reads: "Bishop LInneborn died today. Heart failure." Bishop LInneborn is well known and fondly remembered at Notro Damo, whero he had charge of tho seminary for church students until succeeded by Father Cavanaugh, now President of the university. In 1898. Cumb. Phone Ho then became Procurator General of the Congregation of the Holy Cross with headquarters Jn Rome, and he also .taught theology in the Holy City. He was a great favorite of Cardinal GottI, at whoso Instance he was named (Bishop of Dacca. NOVEMBER .TUBDLEE., .4 ,3 Brewers and Bottlers LOTJIS"VTL7L(B3. West 191 -- KT. Home Phone 191? rnio WIEDEMANN IKCOaPOJLATED Clay Street Brewery m I BREWING COMPANY'S izmmrn Tho golden Jubilee of Sts. Peter and Paul's Cathedral In Philadelphia and of tho ordination of Archbishop iPrendergast will be eele- bra ted on November 17. Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beei at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for parity, strength, QRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, UtilsvUle, ISCJSJST'XXTOKIY IlfcXSEC AJS0O&7&XCAJSC, JUDGE QUARLBS ORPHANS' FESTIVAL WEDNESDAY, ATJG-TJS- T II f 4 It 1 1 MM lfWHHfW SONS MARKET STRICT f HERMAN STRAUS POURTH AVCNUt 4 iHCOf?P0MAreo ' J d. ; jjBaWBaBWBaa 4-- For the Benefit of St. Joseph's Orphans' Home ON ORPHANAGE GROUNDS, CRESCENT HILL. Admission 25c. Children under twelve years free. Take Crescent Hill car to the grounds. In case of ram will be postponed to following favorable day. OUR BLUE STAMPS ato We m Can be redeemed by the single, page. You don't have to wait until you fill your book. l'rlmnry Election, August 7, 1015. JULY CLEARING PROF. V. O. GILBERT ALVIN STEGER Sinking Winning Rnco for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals Nomination. Alvin Stoger, candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, was In town this past week and reports that ho Is entirely satisfied with tho progress COMMENDED BY LAWYERS. Judce of JudBe James Quarles, who has served three and a half years as who Is a Court, ami the First Division. Chancery Branch, Jefferson Circuit tlon of the Democratic to that jofflcc. subject to the candidate for party at the primary election August 7th, is commended by members or the Louisville bar as follows: dc-I- ro "Wo, tlio undersigned, members of tlio IJnr of JcfTcrson County, to, and do hereby, stato that in our opinion tho Ilonornblo Jnmcs Quartos, Judgo of tho First Division, Chancery Branch, of tho JcfTcrson Caiididnto For Olfioc ol Siipcrin. tendent of Public Iustruc iion- - JAMES QUARLES Candidate For Tho eupporters of Prof. V. O. Gilbert, candldato for the Democratic nomination for Superintendent of Public Instruction, claim that his candidacy Is nppoallng favorably to CIRCUIT JUDGE First Division, Chancery Branch. Subject to tho Action of tho Democratic Party, Circuit Court, lias presided therein faithfully, impartially, and with absolute integrity; and wo believe him to bo an ablo nnd upright Judge." Otto A. Wchie, Alex P. Humphrey, A. E. Richards, Morris A. Sachs, Henry J. Tllford, E. J. Cooney, Chas. G. Mlddleton, J. Wheeler Campbell, Churchill Humphrey, David R. Castleman, George L. Burton, Henry G. Bedingcr, Lee Hamilton, Carroll, Charles Baylor Landrum, Kendrlck It. Lewis, Thomas C. Mapother, Robert G. Wulf, Goodloe O'Neal. H. P. Reager, Jr., J. H. McChord, R. C. Logan, W. B. Dixon, Clarence Longacre, Howard B. Lee, Merit O'Neal, Richard H. Hill. John Irlck, William B. Eagles, Grover G. Sales, John Qtites, Helm Bruce, Addison W. Lee, Davis W. Edwards, Robert F. Vaughan, Robert N. Miller. Wm. HIghbaugh, Geo. It. Everbach, L. Frank Withers, J. Verser Conner, J. C Burnett, Dallas E. Furlong, W. L. Doolan, Clarence C. Smith, Edward G. Klemm, O. H. Harrison, "Wilson D. Crabb, John H. Chandler, John 8. Kelley, Jr., Alpha Hubbard, M. D. Elston, John L. Woodbury, William Furlong, Herman A- - Kesten, Blakey Helm, John C. Doolan, ' J. Parker S. Terry, Archibald B. Young. It, R. Luklns, C. C. Hleatt, James W. Garrison, J. J. Kavanagh, John M. Scott, Frank J. Dougherty, B. F. Ewlng, John M. Scott, N. T. White, Edmund F. Trabue, David Housah, Fred Gohmann, Hugh B. Fleece. J. T. O'Neal, W. A. Spindle, Ii. R. Curtis, A. B. Bensinger, Coyle, Frank Jno. C. Wlckllfte, Jr., Joseph F. Greathouse, Sam'l S. Blitz, Edward Blaomfleld, Walter 8, Mendel, E. W Ragsdale, IL M. Nettleroth, Geo. A. Schuler, Carl D. Jones, Ji Ii. McDonald, John P. Fleming, Dan'l Bedinger, II. L. Means, Boyce Watklns, II. B. Swearingen, D. Moxley, Fred Starck, E." D. Bennett, W. W. Davles, A. K. Bernstein, Joseph J. Hancock, Jas. P. Helm, Jr., Walter F. Alt. H. J. Scheirlch. Edw. C. Wurtele, L. C. Evans, T. A. Baker, Jas. Ceo. C. Burton, L. F. Speckman, . W. F. Baumeister, Harry A. Shaw, Joseph Lazarus, Wlnlleld S. Waters. T. A. Luman, L. A. Hickman, A. Leopold, Lawrence Walter S. Lapp, Simon M. Saplnsky, J. Jos. Hettinger, T. K. Helm, H. M. Denton, Heck, Jr., Louis C. Charles W. MUner, Slater La Master, W. 8. Sanford, M. Lleber, Ben F. Gargan, B. O. Harrison, Harry . Tincher, Caiman Mayer, M. Sea, Jr., Andrew Percy N. Booth, Giles J. Smith, John S. Pike, Henry Plrtle, Stephen S. Jones, Wm. F. Clarke, Jr., D. A. Sachs, Julius C. KIelnk Gilbert Burnett, J. E. Hutchlns, Sam'l W. Llch, Thos. E. Hall. Forcht, Fred G. E. Zlimmerman, Charles W. Morris, Henry W. Schrader, Otto G. Everbach, Jos. G. Sachs, Jr., Mark Beauchamp, Isaac Sherman, John O. Arnold, Bacon, E. J. A. C. Van Winkle, Carl J. Crouch, Ellcrbe Carter, James Hemphill, AValsh, nchanan. S. Lyman Barber, ' '" Thomas Cofllns, J. Caldwell Feland, W. J. Dean. Attllla Cox. Jr., Rowan Hardin, W. 8. Hamilton, Sidney Smith, Thos. A.v Barker, Ray A. Schuman, Isaac L. Stelnfleld, Geo. Cary Tabb, Lloyd W. Gates. Caldwell. Fred P. N. H. Dosker, BenJ. H. Sachs, Frank A. Douglass, Greene, Ii. D. Elliott Pennebakor. T. J. Riley. Adrian C. Humphroys, Louis Seelbach, Jr., Edmund F. Trabue, "Trabue, Doolan & Cox, John C. Doolan, Columbia Building, Attllla Cox, Jr. Ky. Louisville, "8. Lyman Barber, "J. Blakey Helm. "Louisville, Ky., May 24th, 1915. "Wm. n. Eacles. Esn.. Attorney-at-LaKy. Bldg., Louisville, "Referring to the paper which you kindly gave me the opportunity to sign, certifying Judge Quarles' high qualifications for Judge of the Chancery Branch, lawyer to me be proper to say it First Division, I desire opinion, thatonlyseems of manytolawyers, in for aform or the one as to express his humblo vienrs more fully than is done in the paper just a letter, setting forth his mentioned. I feel Justlfled In doing so, because I have for years labored for a more stable tenure for Judges, which would give to the discharge of their offlcial duties rather than to poliUcs the time tor which the State pays. "The renominatlon of Judgo Quarles appears to me very Important to the public, and, in so saying, I am making no comparison between him and any opponent he may nt any time have, but am only emphasizing that there is no political principle more mompntous than the stability of the tenure of a good Judge, nor more pernicious than the Instability of such a tenure. Of course, If an Incumbent be not a porper person for the Judgeship, he should be ousted, concluded by but tlio question of Judge Quarles' qualifications isbefore I saw It,the certificate and. Indeed, of tho leading lawyers who had signed tho paper by tho avowal of Mr. Arthur Wallace. Judse Quarles' present opponent. From nothing more to bo said In my standpoint, the letter ot Mr. Wallace leaves establishing the claim of Judge Quarles. the "The party which nominated them has no better political asset thanmenJudges who occupy our local Benches. In the face of the certificate just could tioned, no claim of cause for omiHing Judge Quarles from the ticket 1e Justifiably made, and to do so nevertheless would manifest a policy so unwise as to constitute a great reflection upon any political party. "Educating new Judges is one of the most expensive experiments any people have to make: a Judge's experience Is purchased at the public's expense to a community of the value of a Judge s and damage to litigants, and tho lossexperience Is to count for nothing at the experience is Immense, and, If the time In next election, then the Judge is forced to consume the Court's valuablethe most electioneering instead of devoting It to the cases before him Involving Very trulyour vital interest, of the people. TRADUaif Henry M. Johnson, Camden R. McAtee, Eugene It. Attklsson, Randolph II. Main, A. J. Carroll, IX A. Sachs. Jr., Robert T. Burke, Nathan Kahn, John Bryce Baskln, Chas. S. Grubbs, Inter-Southern Primary, Saturday, Aujf. 7, iBBBWpaBfft 1915 SALE IS iiNOW IN PROGRESS All Summer Merchan- iidise radically reduced. mPcssvBJBJBjBv, ' ...... JHLs1 .M BBBF JI E. S. DORSEY CANDIDATE FOR BBE&L :!8f LBBBBBf TbBBBBBBbT & "HF 1' ? ' SiJafelBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM 'BBLBBBLH bbbbbB V LbbbKiIbIW ittfiNttte IbbbbbbbH HHH FBBI of his campaign thus dicts that ho will be BBBBLH' BbbbbbMl H' 'f Jj...,J-i - - ' " gflL&J&flBH t. ir bbmbHbbbbbbV the 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 ho should bo endorsed for the position. Prof. Gilbert's service of over thirty years In the cause of education lia3 well fitted hfm for tho position to whlcn ho now aspires, serving as teacher, County Superintendent, City Superintendent and for more than six years as a member of tho Western 44th Legislative District Kentucky State Normal School. His platform appeals to tho citizens of Subject to Action of tho Democratic Party. all classes and Is as follows: "First To administer the office of Stato Superintendent as economically as It can be done, consistent with efficiency. with the "Second To of the County Superintendents State, and to aid them In every pos- M sible way in tho great work of building up an efficient system of schools. My policy shall always be to help, not to hinder. FOR "Third To make the department of education serve tho classified cities in every possible way. To this end I shall seek for ways to servo the city boards of education and city departments. In every "Fourth To of possible way with the 'boards which the State Superintendent may be a member. "Fifth To the organization of courses of study, so as to adjust the educational machinery and work of tho schools to the practical living needs of tho community at large, and to hold constantly before the chlldron examples of temperance, culture and good citizenship. especially "Sixth To with the Illiteracy commission. Tho State Superintendent is made by law a member of this commission, and I shall most heartily with Seventh Magisterial District tho commission In its great work of eliminating adult illiteracy and Comprising tho Eighth, Ninth and illiteracy in general." Tenth wards and precincts 36 to 52 of tho 'Eleventh ward. SID DOUTHITT Subject to the action of the Democratic party. Candidate for Railroad Commis- Primary, Saturday, August 7, 1015 sioner Subject to Action of Democratic Party. We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates far and prethe winner in B REPRESENTATIVE HEN tho August primary. His friends throughout tho State are working unceasingly in his behalf and have perfected a splendid organization from one end of tho Stato to the other. They claim that his strength comes from all fatclons in tho party because of tho fact that ho represents no special Interests or machine, and if elected tho policy or conduct of his ofllco can not be dictated by malign or unscrupulous influences. In this, the Fifth district, Mr. Steger has won many friends by his gontlemanlycanvass, and it goes without saying that he wlh receive a banner vote in tho primary. t: HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY Will Open tlio School Year With Increased Facilities In Its New M4444 ... i j I Ht , and Greatly Enlarged Quarters, 13S7 FOURTH SX:REJ13JT. Conducted by Dominican Sisters from the Mother House of the Order, St. Catherine of Sienna Convent, Springfield, Ky. The Academy offers thorough Primary, Preparatory, Com mercial and Academic Courses and special attention is given the study of Music and Art. Lessons in Needle Work are included in the curriculum. For information address the Academy. G. B LIKENS Making Active Canvass of Stato for Nomination for Secretary of State. After making a tour of fourteen counties in Western Kentucky, a prominent member of tho Democratic party brings back to headquarters 1 ivvvwvvvvvwvvvvwvvvvvv2 k Tip Top Bread Pure. Guaranteed 100 vwvwvwwwwwwvwwvwvwwwwvwtwwwtwwwv EVERY GARMENT Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of trading stamps, or many other useful articles carried in our premium rooms. CLEANED SEPARATELY AND BY HAND Magistrate "You Have Tried the Rest; Now Try the BEST." PALM BEACH SUITS CLEANED .ilBBBaL BY THE t LBBBBBBP& Soft Water and Olive Oil Soap Process. THIS METHOD UNEXCELLED. 50c Puis Cleaning and Dyeing' Co. "THE IJOUSK WITH THE REPUTATION." PRIMARY ELECTION AUGUST 7, 1915. MAT. S. COHEN Both Phones 2635. tho cheoring nows to Gabe Likens' friends that that gentleman can't be defeated in his raco for tho Democratic nomination for Secretary of State in the August primary. "Honest Qnbe," like Holman, of Indiana, has proven himself a worthy trustee of the taxpayers' funds through his over the treasury zealous watch-car- e of tho Bluegrass Commonwealth. From Paducah, hospitable capital of county, to historical McCracken Mammoth Cave, in good old Edmonson, every man, woman and child is "whooping things" up for Mr. Likens, who is proving himself a campaigned Many ot the first constellation. leaders in the party say that his selection as a nominee will add strength to tho ticket In November and aro active In his behalf because ot that aid to tho party. MOONLIGHT EXCURSION. 426 South Fifth St. RPW Ml) mm? V f . JAMES P. GREGORY Ih a Candidate Sid Oouthltt, of Henry county, Is receiving much encouragement in his race for tho Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner in the Second district, and claims that BE SURE TO CALL FOR For Re-electi- on as Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court CRIMINAL DIVISION Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. DAN is x jBjBjHBjK fjBjk ' J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN McRENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. MIDSUMMER WEAR A SPECIALTY. Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS UPSTAIRS STORE. BLBjBBDHHb H 'V v KnBSBBBBBHlB' w g 1 H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, I Ky. 11 1 425 W. Jefferson Street bbbbbbbVJb1HbbbbH QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE bbIbHbPTbI FOR Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics. Subject to Action of the Democratic Party. Primary Satarday. AnHat 7. 1915 a Domocrat whose devotion to his party makes him one of the best workers it has. He would make a fine Commissioner, and wherever he goes during his campaign his popularity follows and overtakes HER & SOIST 215 WEST MARKET STREET. the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, bakes perfectly and consumes the least possible ameunt of gas. It is made te last. The most popular cooking device in he will recolve a substantial plur ality in the August primary. Mr. Douthltt has been Circuit Clerk of Henry county for the past twelve years and has obtained a following' In that section, who are now boosting his candidacy tor (Railroad Commissioner. He is known all over the State to the many Democratic leaderB in every section, all paying tribute to him as an official and citizen. Mr. Douthltt Is a. man who is in every way qualified for the he seeks, die has great executive ability, Is one of the men of the day, a splendid man of afatrs, and above all he to n Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will tako Its members up the river on a delightful moonlight excursion next Tuesday evening. Committees have arranged for a number of interesting features in addition to dancing and refreshments. The new and elegant steamer Homer Smith has been chartered and will leave the toot of Fourth street at 8:15 o'clock. Trinity invites all Its friends and promises them an enjoyable trip on the river. RETURN R. IfH) M. H-H-- Ml H 1 11 f i. BANNOK, PrK.lMgr. P. BANNOH, JR., Viet Fit, ft Triu. !! t 11 iHH M 1 Hi J. H LAWRENCE VEEHEMAM, Secritirjr. f IIP. Sewer BANNON PIPE CO. tad Calvert Flee, Baaaea's Pateat I Wall CeplBif. Drain Tile. Yltrif e4 Brick. , Fire FreegBg-- Flae Llalajf, Fire Brick Grate aad Belter Tile, Creaai Fire Clay, Cklataey eps. Liiiti Flee fer Steaat Ceadaits, I best-post- ed has reRev. Charles O'Donnell turned to Notre Dame to again assume the duties ot assistant editor ALEXIAS BROTHERS. The Alexlan or Celtic Brothers of the Ave Maria, after spending are the only Catholic community ot several weeks at the California exmale religious engaged la the work position, where he read the Ode to of nursing the stele. the State, of 'Indiana on (Indiana day. him. OFFICE S28 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES OlTY X WORKS 573-1788. f CUMH. MAIN Yiiiiiiiiiiiii3iiiihmiiiiiiiiihmiiiihi,h limit 13tk Md Breok. aad Magnolia Ave., 9 507. Bet. 9tfc asd lOtk. Z