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INCORPORATED. 405 West Broadway Kentucky Irish American NO. 6. number of armies and a formidable zone of fortresses. isMit is tho cry of peaco which sues from our supreme soul this sad invites tho true day, and which friends of peace in tho world to extend their hand to hasten the end of a war which for a year has transformed Europe into an enormous battlefield. May Jesus in his pity, by the Intermediary of tho Mtoher of Sorrows, end the terrible tempest and cause to arise a radiant dawn and tho quietude of peace formed in his own divine image. May hymns of thanks to the Most High Author of all good things soon resoundl Let us hope for tho reconciliation o? the States! May the peoples once again become brothers and return to their peaceful labor in arts, learning and Industry! May once again the empire of justice be established! May the people decide henceforth to confine the, solution of their differences no longer to the sword, but to courts of justice and equity, where the questions may Joe studied with necessary calm and thought! "This will be the most beautiful and glorious victory. In confidence that the tree of peace will soon allow the world to enjoy again its fruits which are so much to be deour Apostolic sired, we bestow benediction upon all those who are part of tho mystic flock which is confided to our keeping, even aslq upon those who do not yet belong to tho IRoman church. Wo pray the Holy Father to unite 'Himself to us" . by bonds of perfect charity." tho INTO ETERNAL REST. Dr. Thomas X.. IMoDermott, member of the Board of IPubllc Safety, brother of Lieut. Gov. Edward J. McDermott and one of tho best physicians in Louisville, known peacefully away Sunday passed aoon, following Illness that extended His death is over two years. cially by the poor, to whom he was best known for his many charitable acts. "Dr. and philanthropic was born In Louisville, Sep-- 1 tembor 6, 1843, and was tho son of William and Catherine Byrne MciHe received his early Dermott. education at St. Joseph's College at Bardstown and later was graduated from tho Bellevuo Medical College In Now York City. He was a member of tho American Medical Society and the various medical societies of Louisville and Kentucky. Dr. Mc Dermott was public spirited ana lor many years naa oeen actively engaged in the civic and y lltlcal advancement of his native city. He Is by his wife, Mrs. Clara survived Augusta McDermott; two daughters, Misses Alma and Blanche McDermott, Jr., and a brother, Lieut. Gov. Edward J. McDermott, to whom the people of tho city tender their sympathy. The funeral was held Tuesday morning from St. Louis Bertrand's church, where for years the deceased naa oeen a iaun-fcommunicant, and was attended juc-Dermul INDIAN MOTORCYCLES Master of Them All CENTURY CYCLE CO. INCORPORATED. 405 West Broadway VOLUME XXXV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. at their hall, a "bundle party" near future. The be- THE WAR Holy Fnthcr Appeals to Belligerents to End Horrible Conflict. OUTRAGE Instigated by Rev. Dr. Lyman Becclicr Eighty One Years Ago. -- COMING EVENTS. Implores Cessation of Carnage That Dishonors European Nations. Hopes People May Soon Become Brothers in Peaceful and Edenslde avenue. Lawn August fete and chicken supper, Holy Cross church, Partial Repartition For Burn afternoon and ovenfng. Lieut Gov. McDermott Should August 17 Genuine picnic and ing of Catholic Sisters' Be Chosen as Democratic supper on iPark grounds of St. Convent. Nominee. Francis of Asslsl church, Bardstown road and Carter avenue. August 26 Annual picnic of St. Ann's church at Spring Bank Park. Was the Only School For Girls His Nomination Means Success : ! 16-17" August 10 Euchro and lotto of Young Ladies' Sodality of St. John's church on school grounds. August 11 Picnic of St. Aloysius church at Poweo Valley. August 16 Ladles' Altar Society midsummer euchro and lotto, St. James' school hall, Bardstown road PRIMARY At Hand AVith Three Candidates in the Gubernatorial Race. ing tho feature, which was heartily enjoyed, and in response to many requests another will be given in tne Committee reported that the recent picture show entertainment was a financial success and that they have In contemplation a dance, the exact date and place to be announced later. ' The auxiliary is growing in hoping to have another big initiation before fall. CALLAHAN A DIRECTOR. "SINJUN" f Entertainment "(."uum vnu ui umiuunt Gifted Irish Families of Louisville. ' membership and tho officers are Father St. John O'Sulllvan Has Rode Parish Limits in in the Vicinity of Boston, Muss. $ Pursuits. SAD of the outrage Instigated eighty-on- e years ago by the 'Rev. Dr. Lyman Beecher, under whose auspices he spoke, albeit he did so without that For Party in November Election. RHEA AND X? TRANSMITTING HERITAGE FOUNDATION GIFT OF CONVERT divine's "knowledge or consent." ItECENT DEATHS. OPPOSE TERRELL The Associated Press of Saturday gives the text of the peace appeal Just Issued by Pope Benedict, which reads as follows: "When we were called to succeed to tho apostolic throne of Pope Plus X., whose upright and exemplary life was "brought to an end which by the fratricidal struggle broke out in 'Europe, we, too, felt after gazing fearfully upon the bloody battlefield the despair of a father who witnesses his home torn asunder and ravaged by a furious tempest. Wo thought with inexpressible sorrow of our young sons cut down by death; wo felt in our heart, enlarged by Christian charitableness, the great unspeakable sadness of mothers and of wives made widows before their time, and the tears of children deprived too toon of parental guidance. Participating In our soul In the fear and anguish of innumerable families, and well knowning the Imperial duties imposed upon us by the mission of peaco and lovo with which we have confided during these sad days, wo adopted a firm resolvo to concentrate our whole activity and all our power to tho reconciliaat war. We tions of the peoples promise to our made a solemn Divine Father who wished with tho price of his blood to make all men brothers. Words of peaco and love were the first wo addressed to tho nations and their chiefs as the supreme guardian of their souls. Our affectionate and insistent counsels as father and friend were not heard. This increased our sadness, but did not shake our resolution. We.continue with confidence to appeHWo the All Powerful, who holds hand the minds and hearts of Rets as well as kings, Imploring In. G to end the great scourgo. Jr humble but ardent prayer we 'want to include all the faithful, and to make it more effective, we have taken care that it bo accompanied by works of Christian penitence. "Today, on the sad anniversary of the terrible conflict, our heart gives forth tho wish that the war will soon end. We raise again our voice to utter a fatherly cry for peace. 'May this cry, dominating the frightful noise of arms, reach tho warring peoples and their chiefs and induce kindly and more serene, Intentions. In the namo of the Lord God; In the namo of the Father and Lord in heaven; in tho name of of Jesus the tho Blessed Blood price of the redemption of human- -' Ity we implore tho bolllgerent nations before 'Divine Providence henceforth to end tho horrible carnage, which for a year has been dishonoring 'Europe. "Tills Is the blood of brothers that Is being shed on land and sea. The onost beautiful regions of Europe. this garden of the world are sown with bodies and ruins. There, where recently fields and factories thrived, cannon now roar in a frightful manner in a frenzy of demolition, sparing neither cities or villages and spreading the ravages of death. You who before God and men are charged with the grave re-- i sponslbllity of peace and war, listen to our prayer, listen to the fatherly voice of the vicar of the Eternal and Supreme Judge to whom you should givo account of your public work as well as private action. Tho abundant riches which the 'Creating God has given to your lands permits you to continue the contest; but at what a price, is the answer of thousands of young whose lives are lost each day on the battlefields and of tho ruins of so many cities and villages, so many monuments due to the piety and genius of our forefathers. The bitter tears flow in tho sanctity or homes and at the foot of altars, do they not also repeat that tho price of the continuation of tho contest is great, too great? lAnd it can not he said that the immense conflict can not Tie ended without vlolonco of arms. May this craze for destruction be abandoned; nations do not perish. iHumiliated and carry oppressed, they tremblingly the yoke imposed on them and prepare their revenge, transmitting from generation to generation a sorrowful heritage of hate and ven- mourned throughout the city, espe- j lnE the city oinciais, pumic ooaras and a vast concourse of people as a last tribute of respect for one whom all respected. by ST. ELIZABETH'S DEDICATION. i , , i Snirltual Joy and happiness will reign throughout St. Elizabeth's parish tomorrow, when tho new and handsome Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary, East Burnett avenue, will be solemnly blessed and dedl- -l catpd to the service of God. The dedicatory ceremonies will begin at 10 o'clock, when Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue will bless the eamce. Solemn Pontifical mass will follow Immediately in the presence of the. Bishop, who will preach tho sermon. In the evening at 7:30 o'clock there will be solemn vespers, when tho sermon will he by the iRev. Father Keller, assistant at St. Vincent de Paul's church. There will present and the bo many clergy and Imservices will be brilliant pressive, and in addition tho musical programme will he one of the best ever rendered in this city. The now St. Elizabeth's is a most imposing church structure, taking rank with tho largest in this section of the country, and will stand a fitting monument to the energy and zeal of the iRev. Father James Assent, the pastor, and his devoted people. LEXINGTON. . John Houlihan, formerly of this city and a widely known insurance man, died at his home In Lexington last Saturday night, following an operation for appendicitis, leaving a wide circle of friends who mourn his death. He was stricken at hla headquarters at Fort Wayne, and on his arrival at Lexington was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. Houli years old, and han "was twenty-seve- n married Miss Ethel Carr, daughter of Frank B. Carr, district passenger agent at Lexington of the Louisville & Nashville railroad. Ho Is survived by his wlfo and two children, John J., Jr., three years old, and Frances, sixteen months old; also his father, and mother, Mr, and Mrs. Edward T. Houlihan; a brother, Edward T. Houlihan, Jr., and a sister, Miss Nellie Houlihan, all of Lexington. geance. "Why not now weigh with serene the rights and Just aspirations of the people? Why not start with good will a direct or indirect exchange of views with the object of considering as far as possible these rights and aspirations and thus put to an end the terrible combat, as has been the case previously under circumsimilar stances. Blessed be he who first extends the olive branch and tenders his hand to the enemy in, offering him reasonable conditions of peace. The equilibrium of world progress and the security and tranquility of aations repose on mutual g and respect of the right and dignity of others, more than on conscience well-bein- FEAST OF ST. DOMINIO. There was an 'impressive observance of tho Feast of St. Dominic on Wednesday at St. Louis Bertrand's church, Sixth street, when solemn high mass was sung by the Franciscan fathers from St. Boniface church. To commemorate the warm friendship which existed between St. Francis Asslsl and St. Dominic, the two orders exchange courtesies on the feast day of their respective patron saints. The Franciscans at the Dominican churches on the feaBt of St. Dominic, and on the feast of St. Francis of Assist the Dominicans conduct the services at the Franciscan churches. Monday Death's angel entered the homes of Harry and Mary Byrne, James A. .Rooney, IL. D. 1875 Letterlo avenue, and Patrick Dr. George Whalton Pepper, ot and Mamie Catn, 2830 Fourth avePhiladelphia, formerly professor of nue, taking from the former their law in the University of Pennsyl- - infant daughter Mary, and from the vania, not long ago delivered the latter their baby son Thomas fifth lecture in what Is known as Aquinas, both of whom wore tenderly the Lvman "Beecher course before laid to rest in St. Louis cemetery. tho divinity school of Yale Among other interesting Otto Kessolring, son of the late toDlcs he referred at some length Emtio and Bridget JCessclrlng and system of education, nephew of Mrs. James Curran, 321 to tho Catholic Its North Twenty-fift- h paying a remarkable trlbuto to street, died and commending Saturday night ot cerebral congesvalue, admitting of tho method of tion. He was seventeen years old, tho excellence Catholic training and assorting thatl of excellent character and popular it was the best system yet devised. with his associates His funeral was Ho oven ventured the prediction held Monday morning with high that sooner or later the other re- - ' mass of requiem at St. 'Cecilia's bo forced to church. llelous bodies would follow the example of the Catholics. All of which is as it should be. It St. Patrick's parish lost another was a cenerous and spontaneous of Its faithful members when God expression of a candid opinion and summoned Mrs. Ellen Heffernan, not whose death occurred at tho home though Is very gratifying, strictly news to us Catholics who for of her son, James J. Heffernan, years have been supporting our own 1426 West Jefferson street. Her Bchools, academies and colleges be- -, funeral was held Monday morning sides contributing in taxes to tho at St. Patrick's church, attended by education of tho children of our a large number of old friends and Protestant neighbors. acquaintances, whom she was alBut If the Lyman Beecher, In ways ready to assist in sickness or whoso honor this lecturo course is misfortune. named, is the same Bev. Dr. Lyman bigot,' Heart trouble superinduced by the Beecher, tho New England who instigated the burning of tho extreme heat of Saturday caused the Ursullnes' convent school at Mount sudden death of Miss Eva Bertram Benedict, Charlestown, Mass., on at the home of her sister, Mrs. the night of August 11, 1834, It oc- Catherine Meohan, 1917 Magazine curred to me that tho dry bones o street. Shortly boforo noon Miss that Congregational divine, smolder- Bertram complained of dizziness ing In his Brooklyn grave since from the heat, then became uncon1863, must have had the rattles at scious and died before physicians the more suggestion of connecting reached her. The funeral services his name ever so remotely with wero hold Monday morning at St. praise ,of anything "ilomlsh." Anthony's church. ' - Mount Benedict was a secluded retreat, admirably adapted for a iFrlends and acquaintances feel convent school, on the slope of one the most heartfelt sympathy for of Charlestown's hills, with a four-sto- William and Stella Murphy, 856 brick building in tho center South Twenty-thir- d street, whoso of a well-kefarm of twenty-seve- n home has been rendered desolate by acres. It was the only school tho death of their son for girls in the vicinity of Boston Edward. The little fellow was the; and was patronized by the better favorlto In tho neighborhood and class of tho Puritans and Prot- bright beyond his years. The funeral estants, who admired tho discipline was held Tuesday morning from the of the nuns and their system of Sncred Heart church, Rev. Father teaching. It was Benedict Joseph Walsh celebrating tho inas3 antl Fenwlck, 'Bishop of Boston, who had speaking words of consolation to secured this delightful location for the bereaved parents. , tho school and installed tho Sisters July 17, 1826, and that's why there TWIN CITY LEAGUE. it was named Mount Benedict. The Ursullnes began their work in Fed Tho Bertrand-Knlght- s of Columeral street in thoir foundation bus contest last Sunday will go down being promoted through a legacy (n local basehall circles as one of the left by Father John Thayer, himself best amatour games evor pulled off, a descendant of Puritans and. tho being repleto with sensational ball first native New Englander to be coupled with s pitching. raised to the priesthood. After Ray Haragan, of tho Bortrands, years of missionary work ho died In struck out nineteen men, allowing Ireland on February 5, 1815, leav- eight hits, while Bohannon, of the ing his private fortune to found a K. of C, fanned twelve men and Catholic school in Boston. allowed ten hits, the game During Mount Benedict's eight! eleven innings, the Bertrands going winyears of existence everything was ning 1 to 0. peaceful and tho number of pupils with a yanlganAnother feature game score was tho victory had Increased to fifty-fivwho at over in a lho date of the outrage were In of Mackln finish, tho Imperials being charge of ten Ursullnes under exhausted from tho fielders chasing long hits. Mother Mary Edward St. George. She was a Miss Grace OTBoyle, an Tho Champs continued their record while Irish lady of fine Intellectual at-- 1 by walloping the Olympics, Bruins talnments, of a commanding pres- -' morrow put It over on isTrinity. Toas follows: tho schedule enco and a dauntless soul. This was tho happy convent home of a K. of O. vs. Imperials, Champs vs. cultured community and their pupils Trinity, Bertrands vs. Mackln, and Bruins mat was sacitea, desecrated and to date: vs. Olympics. Tho standing burned to the ground on tho night Won. Pet. Lost. of August 11, 1834, largely through 15 1 .937 tho incendiary harangues of the Rev. Champs 12 2 .857 Dr. dayman Beecher, of tho Hanover Bertrand 11 4 .733 street 'Congregational church, Bos- Olympic .466 7 8 ton, a graduate of Yale, who had K.ofC 9 5 .357 come to Boston In 1826 to combat Mackln 10 2S6 4 the errors of Unitarianlsm, but later Bruins 11 4 .267 turned his batteries against Cath- Trinity 14 1 .067 Imperials olics. In a statement made by Mother O'Keeffe she said: "Our ST. LOUIS BERTUAND'S. convont was attacked and destroyed by a ruthless mob goaded on by Dr. Nice progress is being made with Lyman Beecher and tho Protestant renovation and remodelministers of Boston and Charles-town- tho work of Louis Bertrand's church of William A. (Leady In his ing SixthSt.street, which it will take "History of the Archdiocese of on months to complete, Boston" says: "The preachers several one of the handsomest when it houses will be headed by Lyman Beecher harangued their audiences and the of worship in tho West or South. and will bo lower classes were worked upon by The choir loft sanctuaryenlarged will railing a now marble placards." Subsequently the ringleaders of replaco tho present one. Around the the mob, not Including Beecher, upper walls and eframed in gothic portraits ot were arrested, tried and acquitted by arche3 will bo a Boston jury and their sym- fourteen groat saints, followers ot pathizers fired a salute of fifty guns the rulo of St. Dominic. They aro In front of Bunker Hill Tavern In St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Louis Berhonor of the event. Only one poor trand, St. Dominic, St. Vincent Clare, boy of seventeen was convicted, 8t. John of Cologne, St. Antoninus, Malvln Marcy, who had nothing to St. Hyacinth, St. Raymond Ponne-for- t, Popo St. Plus V., St. Catherine do with the affair, and he was pardoned at tho petition of Bishop of Siefana, St. Rose of Lima, St. Fenwlck. Nor wero the Ursullnes Catherine de Rlcci, St. Catherine ever reimbursed for the damage Raconlgl and St. Agnes of Mount done their property and the black- Tulciaho ened ruins were allowed to stand HOLT CROSS. for forty years as a monument ot reproach to the citizens of MasCommittees of Holy Cross congre- sachusetts. So that Dr. Pepper, gationVare busy with preparations who in this year of Our Lord, 1915, for the monster lawn fete to be held went out of his way to say a good August 2ipn the church grounds, NuJBroadway. word for us Catholics and our system of education in the Lyman, merous neW amusements will 'be proBeecher course, should he con- vided and anotheipf the dinners for gratulated for what may be accepted which this congregation has a repur as a partial though trdy reparation tatlon will be served by the ladies, IBy TJni-versit- y. , 1 I The final speeches have been made In the Gubernatorial contest for the Democratic nomination and It is now up to the voters to decide between McDermott, Stanley and McChesney tor the standard-beare- r, most of whom have had their minds made up for some time, the only changes being those who had been followers of Bosworth. it was predicted In these columns at tho tlmo of Commissioner Newman's withdrawal that Bosworth would be the aext, and that seeing he was not cutting any figure In the campaign would bo sure to withdraw in preference to finishing a distant trailer. That ho was sure to withdraw was yet wlien that conclusion was published Mr. Bosworth hastily wrote to the Kentucky Irish emphatically American and stated that he wished that statement denied, that ho was in the race to win and would be in at tho finish. The close of the campaign finds much dissension and bad feeling In the Democratic ranks because of Indulged in betho personalities Stanley and MoChesney tween camps, the latter being indignant at tho hypocritical campaign conducted m machine, by the which has been endeavoring to enlist a following of fanatical preachers and alarmists to boost their rubber stamp candidate into office on tho hypocritical platform of prohibition. Jt has been charged and never denied that Percy Haly has boasted that ho will have his preacher followers ringing tho bells of their "hours and nTinrniina rinrlncr nlpp-tloself-evideHaly-Bjckhan ry pt four-year-o- ld iia, high-clas- I ' e, j 23-to-- crowding prohibition suffragettes about tho polls to intimidato men in In the tho cause of McChesney. event of Stanley's nomination it needs no prophet to tell that Haly bo found and his followers will knifing tho Democratic ticket In tho general election. On the other hand It is a foregone conclusion and an absolute certainty that if McChesney is given tho nomination tho Democratic ticket will be given the worst defeat in years. And with tho defeat of tho State ticket will go every Democratic city and county ticket in the State of Kentucky. The only safe and sane remedy and salvation for the Democratic party is the nomination of (Lieut. Gov. McDormott, who emerges from this bitter campaign with a clear and unsullied record, his dlgnlfiod and earnest campaign having en titled him to the support ot every thinking Monr.lip.id pel nnd fair Democrat In Kentucky. (Lieut. Gov. MoDermott stands head and shoulders abovo any other man in the Governor's race in either party, and his nomination and election would mean the advancement and assurance of a better and greater Kentucky. If given tho Democratic nomination tho election of the ticket would be assured In November by a largo plurality, his selection bringing to tho support of the party many usually vote independent in general elections. This tact snouia De given consideration by tho Democrats of every faction and there should Ao no hesitancy in rallying to his support, as the nomination of Lieut. is equivalent to Gov. MoDermott Right here olection in 'November. in this district the friends of tho Governor have beon Lieutenant working early and late to secure a banner vote and it is believed when tho returns aro in Saturday night that they can naught but feel proud over the result. (During the past week the machine has been forced to leave the McChesney campaign in the hands ot the prohibitionists, while Pernv has broucht a oulmotor Into service to revive interest in the campaign ot Rhea and Terreu, uotn being groggy under the severe blows administered by Bob Greene and While many Sherman 'Goodpaster. throughout the fitato Democrats have been fooled by the prohibition agitation, yet tho majority can seo the nigger in tho woodpilo when tho machine advocates support of Rhea and Terrell on tho grounds of a "better Kentucky," etc., and Percy's favorites aro marked for defeat. There has been an attempt to hoodwink tho voters of this district into supporting fho two machine choices, but the attempt has been a failure, no power being available to wean them away from support of Greene nnrt finnrtnnutnr. Another ftntl-mchine candidate who will receive a big vote hero is Alvin Qteger, candidate for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals, his opponent being brought Haly-Beckha- With 5,000 visitors present the natlonnl convention of the Knights of Columbus at 'Seattle was opened with high mass1 Tuesday morning In St. James Cathedral, the church" being too small to accommodate the throng that sought admission. That night a public reception was tendered Archbishop JoTin Bonzano, Papal Delegato to tho United States. Tho Apostolic Delegate addressed the delegates at the first business session on loyalty and cosmopolitan-Isurging members of the order to emulate the knights of old in standing for the right under all circumstances. He began the fight of the order against Socialism. "No worldly Interest," said Archbishop Bonzano, "must prevent a Knight of Columbus from openly. proclaiming himself a Catholic, proud of tho glory of being a member of tho great church of tho ages. Recent history shows that all your aspirations, even your patriotism, may bo sus pected because of your religion. But be not afraid to stand up and say that your religion is its own defense. That in the principles of your Catholic religion lies the very strength and vigor "of your loyalty and devotion to your country; that a Catholic's fidelity to his religion is the measure of his citizenship; that the American constitution is sacred to 'you and second only to the constitution of God as outlined in the gospels; and, that while you bow respectfully to that authority that guides the eternal destinies of your Immortal souls, you thereby all the moro submissively bow to that authority that directs your material welfare. Foster the spirit of cosespecially In this mopolitanism, country, mado up, as it is, of men of all nations nnd from all climes. Combat racial distrust and racial division. Foster the spirit of solidarity, tho spirit of brotherhood. By this the weak are strengthened and tho strong are encouraged to greater effort. Aim to destroy those evils that threaten modern society. How nobly and well have you fought the cause of right against Socialism. Against this and its associate ovils go forward to do and die." Wednesday James A. Flaherty, of Philadelphia, now serving his fourth term, was the unanimous choice for Simreme Knight. The other Supremo unopposed, officers were as follows: Deputy Supremo Knight,-M- . H. Carmody, Grand "Rapids, Mich.; Supreme Secretary, William T. McGlnley. New York; Supreme Treasurer, D. J. Callahan, Washington, U. C; Supreme Advocate, C. Pelletler. Boston; Supremo Physician, Dr. E. W. Buckley St. Paul; Supremo Chaplain, the Rev. P. J. McGlvney, Bridgeport, Conn.; Supreme Warden, Thomas J. Newark, N. J. These members of the Supremo Board of "Directors were chosen: W. P. Larkln, New York; William J. Mulligan, Thomasvllle, Conn.; John F. Martin, Green Bay, Wis.; Jo-so- ph Kentucky. Officiated at Marriage of Llttlo Mary Pickford and Owen Moore. LOVES HIS SOUTHERN HOME Many will be interested in the following from tho Syracuse Catholic Sun because of its local bearing. The Father O'Sulllvan referred to is tho son of Patrick O'Sulllvan, who for years conducted a shoo shop on Fifth street, opposite the Cathedral, and Is a brother of Building Inspector William O'Sulllvan: Everybody feols an Interest in tho fact that "Little Mary Pickford" became a Catholic, and that she and her husband, Owen Moore, were married according to the rites of tho Catholic church, in tho ancient and historic monastery of San Juan P. report of the Committee on ious Prejudice. Callahan, Louisville, Ky. Much of the 'day's first session was occupied by discussion of the P. H. Relig- J. McCarthy, Toledo, Ohio; Col. DON'T FORGET THIS. hualnana nnd nrnfpqnlnna. men who ' m Tho Uniform Rank, Catholic Knights of America, expect that their excursion to Tell City, which takes place tomorrow, the train lenvlng the Tenth street depot at 7:45 in the morning, will eclipse any that has left Loulsvlllo this (Both here and in Tell City committees have been making elaborate preparation for this event, and a royal welcome awaits the excursionists In the Indiana City. Tho Knights of Tell City will meet the Louisville people and escort them to the public park, whore the reception will bo held. The trip from Hawes-vlll- e will be by boat and will bo a nice ride down tho river. Any who desire may spend part of the day in Hawesville, Cannelton or Tell City. The Tound trip faro will bo only sea-Bo- n. $1.65. CHANGES AMONG PRIESTS. ." Announcement was made Saturday of several changes among tho elorgy of the Covington diocese. Rev. Father TSnnls, who has been Caplstrano, California. Perhaps tho marriage thus solemnized In such a hallowed sanctuary gives a brighter glow to the general admiration turned on Mary Pickford, and of course we rejoice that applause and the gaiety of filmland have left her so unspoiled and unworldly wise. But our Interest reaches beyond Mary and Owen, her husband, and fastens on the slight figure of the parish priest, Father St. John O'Sulllvan, wo called him, Father "Slnjun" whose frail body could not withstand the Intensity of the flame of the soul and who was sent how many years ago to balmy California, to breathe In healing to his poor lungs from overy sun ray, fragrant breeze and ocean air? Youngest son of one of the most gifted families In the South, brother to two other priests who rodo the parish limits In Kentucky Catholic fields, who wero not only priests, but legal advisers and trusted medicos, whose word was the last resource in any argument. A member of a gifted family was Father St. John. Ond wont aibrT and was heard in the royal courts as a , famous piano vlrtuso, his "Islandaise" forming one of tho most compelling suites of melody ever dedicated to tho glory ot Ireland. One, a priest, was widely known, under a pen name, ns an author of the folk lore of Kentucky; ho was a regular contributor to the Midland Review In tho days when Dr. Charles J. O'Malley made that Loulsvlllo weekly a center of nearly all tho Catholic literary talent of the South. Another brother was abroad, studying the organ and eager and wild with tho wistful music that surged In his soul for expression in the reeds and sweeping cadences of the might lest of instruments. How llttlo heard In these days of tho seraS arian! Now, whore are all thol kindred souls whoso names are in tho mists of tho past? They start Into a clearer vision at the reading of the name of the parish priest of San Juan Caplstrano. It is ho who Is as much at homo In tho Spanish tongue as In his own; it Is ho whoso lovo of music has made him an interpreter ot tho songs tho Spanish hombre sings in his adobe hut to his wife or children, or is it to his sweetheart? Fnthor O'Sulllvan understands them nnd their real life is his. fn the old monastery are chests of documents that are unknown to tho rabid historical writers. Yet therein aro facts that would interest the whole world, and Father O'Sulllvan reads them. So Father O'Sulllvan' the parish priest of San Caplstrano, married Mary Pickford to Owen Moore? Mary, you aro an honored girl, but we are afraid you did not know that you wero being blessed by a priest whoso knowledge is so profound that it Is a wonder his frail body can support so much. Nor did you know perhaps that his name is about as proud a one as tho Irisiu race knows; nor did you know that us much as ho loves his monastery, ho ioves moro his Southern home, from which ho is an oxilo on account of health. We feel that Mary Pickford has touched a golden marking along tho pilgrimage of her life. KAUTT KOLB. life-siz- assistant pastor of St. Paul's church at Lexington, goes to the Cathedral In Covington, while iFather Fay, of tho Church of the Immaculato Conception at Newport, wlll succeed him at St. Paul's. Rev. Father Curry has been transferred to RichIRev. mond to succeed Father O'Brien, who becomes pastor of the Covington Cathedral. a- HrtPntlKA mil of flik nlovantli hmit Steger would not bow the knee to Haly. BUNDLE PARTY. Thlrty-secondya- nd The Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H., furnished a novel entertainment for lU members following the' regular business meeting Wedneday evening One of the prettiest of tho midweddings place took summer Wednesday afternoon at the Cathedral, when the (Rev. Father Rock pronounced the words uniting Miss Marguerite Kautt nnd J. Alton Kolb, Jr. Immediately after tho ceremony tho young couple left on a wedding trip to North Carolina, followed by ST. ALOYSIUS PIONIO. tho best wishes of a legion of friends , for a long and happy life. Upon Next Wednesday is the date of tho tneir return tiiey wm do at name k annual picnic ot St. Aloysius church 1623 Bardstown road. of Poweo Valley "nd many citizens of this section will attend, having in NEW ALBANY. mind tho splendid Treatment and engiven in the past. An tertainment The funeral of Thomas Egan, an elegant country dmner and supper old and respected resident ot "New i will be served byVho ladies, and Albasy, was held Tuesday mornlnj their guests will be more than satis-fle- d at Holy Trinity churca, of whichwith the bountiful repast which was long a regular commnn years is to be spread in country style. In Mr. Egan was sixty-si-x addition to spending an enjoyable and is survived hy a son, day those from tje city can rest Egan, and three daughtj assured that theyjwill be performing Mary Egan, of "New Al a worthy act of charity in attending Sister Mary 'France! and contributing! their mite to help Pauline, of St. Mary's thjs struggling little parish. near Terre Haute. - h ' JSCEXKC'INCrOEtY IXISiH A3J3ET3Z.$JkS3. AND KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHEDBVERY SATURDAY. Dm3C6390m8S3SC8SS8Saeea sve4ed te the Social and Moral idvaacementMt ol Irish Americas and Caibollca Miss Anna O'Dea left Sunday for Officially indorsed by Ancient Order o HltoeraUns, Young Man's a trip to Atlantic City and Now institute and Catholic Knlghtx of America. York. KENTUCKY IRISH AMKWIOAN PRINTING CO., Incorporated, Misses Anna and Lucy Lynch aro S1NOLE COPY SC among PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR the Louisville visitors at AtBecqd-CU- ii lantic City. PoitWc fletf r. tk Bntered le-ltT- IS SOCIETY. 1 $5 IMTS ST. LOUIS OP COLUMBUS. I RETURN AUG. 14 Seventh Street Station, 9:15 p. m. Make reservations now. City BALTIMORE & OHIO SOUTHWESTERN R. R. See Men's All-wo- ol B Office Fourth and Market U rets all CoMHctloBS to the KINTUCKX IMSH AMBWCAN, 319-2- 1 Weit Orea St. from a visit to Mrs. W. C. Bland at News Mrs. Anna Murphy has returned Lato uniontown. q That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. pSRAN W. SMITH'S S0N AL. S. SMITH, PROP. tR APES ftffigTJ COUNCIL LOUISVILLE,, KY M'DEKMOTT HANKS SATURDAY. AUGUST FIRST. 7,-19- (he cosmopolitan American popula tlon, will be represented among th Lieut. Gov. E. J. McDermott delegates. "This movement being - .g ". - - stands shoulders above any other strictly American, it is earnestly Demo- wished contestant In tho race for the that it may contribute to a f'WTrTTTTTT'l cratic nomination for Governor, his continuation of tho peace that has executive ability and statesmanship blessed this country. being recognized by all. His opBRAINS AVILL FIGURE. ponents and all recognize that ho has an admirable Lieutenant Govmade Tho Catholic Advance notes the ernor, that he Is a model citizen, encouraging and significant fact that 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, and that ho has always been In tho In planning his naval advisory and Torefront of any movement for the paid of tho State. board Secretary Daniels has not good or betterment other any attention to the political bias unselfish services deserve Hla of the distinguished scientists and A gratitude and recognition, and this IIION:23JS. Inventors whom he has under should come first from the DemoThis is a for members. 90S-- a Climb. Main Homo City 200S cratic party. body where brains and high technical .H'."I!IHM'H"HWM-IM1:I"I"1"- I knowledge should be the chief PRAYS FOIt PEACE. qualifications in thoso seleated and Archbishop John Donzano, Papal partisanship should not be permitted HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3D71.y Delegate to tho United States, while to cut any figure. declining to be Interviewed by the The Socialists have given Charles Western papers the past week, gave following tsatement to the press Dobbs, their standing candidate, the the Third and Market will about the war, which plainly states nomination for Governor. This not effect the other parties. With the Catholic position: peace. The most that Dobbs leading tho Socialists for 'T pray for to Miss Adelaide SHERMAN GOODPASTER. many years and always seeking self Wisconsin to be Crush has gone Miss wo can do, we of the church, is to the guest of AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. may come, It I? tho advancement, that party has steadily Katherine O'Brien at her summer JML&Ixl pray that peace Sherman Goodpaster, of Owlngs-vlllDelavan Lake. present 'State Inspector and fervent wish of every Catholic letrograded and lost the little stand- home at once Examiner, candidate for the nomina- Timely Record of Some Memor churchman and is the sentiment of ing that its early members Mrs. Harry Clifford, of Chicago, tion body. boasted. able Events in the uatiiouc arrived last week for a visit to her well of State Treasurer, has been the whole Roman Catholic Tecelved by Democrats in History of America. sister, Mrs. M. J. Bannon, at her With the causes of tho war, reSomebody with a desire to make home on tho Bardstown road. sponsibility for it, recrimination men ridiculous has Invented a sort concerning it, we c?n not deal, What XPeoftportATED By James A. Rooney, LL. D. W. Mr. and It low necked male shirtwaist. It '3 have returnedMrs. their G. Fitzgerald e5HW v to homo in St. Vo caS C ind are doing is to pray surprising how many otherwise sane August 8, 1852 (Death of the (Rev. H- - ' pleasant after John Walsh while pastor of St. for a cessation of the fighting and a men, young and old, have fallen Louis mother,a Mrs. J. T. visit with Fitzgerald. their Paul's church, Harlem, N. Y.; marching letlons to return of the appointed pastor of St. James' victims to the fashion maker's snare. imI think' it peaceful pursuits. Mrs. M. Daly has returned to her church, Brooklyn, June 2C, 1829. the WelssIngerGaulbert, and Is regarded as the founder of proper to discuss the Issues concern The only way to stop the murder- home aatthree weeks visit to her that parish; labored thero and Ing the governments of this and ing in Mexico is to give Gen. after daughter, Mrs. J. E. Waller, of throughout Long Island until countries at this time. But it Funston a free hand. other Lexington. 1841. & gratifies mo to express confidence August 9, 1868 The Right (Rev. JXtt May Hartmetz, daughof President Wilson, Miss Clara CORRESPONDENT'S TRIBUTE. in the wisdom Louis (Lootens consecrated at VI ter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Carl Hartmetz, San Francisco Titular , (Bishop of in the sincerity of his desire to preA war correspondent of the Satur- has returned from a five weeks' visit every district, Castahala and appointed first who see in him a serve peace and of the earnestness at Oklahoma City, accompanied by Vicar Apostolic of iBoIse, Idaho; valuable asset for the Democratic for the good of all day Evening iPost, and who is a of his efforts resigned July 1G, 1875; died Janpays the following tribute her aunt, Miss Ethel Wallace. believe that he should bo ticket and humanity." uary 13, 1898, in his seventy-firMr. primary. the priests and nuns selected at to the work of the While visiting in Frankfort Misses year. is one of the best known In the European war: Rose and Anna DIerken were enter- Goodpaster younger FEDERATION PRINCIPLES. and Is a August 10, 1834 Now chapel on France and (Belgium were suffer- tained at a delightful card and danc- of the of Bath Democratswhich has. tho grounds of the New York county, before ing party given in their home by native eaerauon ui ing from a wave of atheism In diocesan seminary at fho American the Miss Elizabeth and Bernard Schroff. given a nice Democratic majority in the war. There comes a time dedicated by the Very tho last several elections. Mr. Good-- 1 Societies, which will hold existence of nations, as in the lives Catholic Rev. John Power, V. G.; celebrant paster has served twice as County at of individuals, when human enTo visit relatives and friends until Its fourteenth annual convention of the mass, the Itev. JosepTi A. apwhen the September, MIssea Agnes and Helen Attorney, resigning to accept useless, Toledo, during the week beginning deavor seems Schnellor; sermon by the (Rev. wrtrlil and the thlnES thereof have Cronin. dauchters of Mr. and Mrs, pointment by Gov. McCreary as State John McGloskey, of the faculty, KY". August 16, and at which the Louisthe times nations and .Daniel Cronin, C15 Indiana avenue, nsepctor and Examiner, the office failed. At such In latter afterward Cardinal. ville Federation will be represented, individuals alike turn ut last to a Joffersonville, left Monday for New he now holds. capacity he has been most energetic August 12, 190G Death of John Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone is an organization of Catholics in Higher Power. France Is on ner York, Oliver Hobbes (Mrs. Pearl Mary In compelling settlements with the are -Her churches THE! tho United States for the purpose knees today. Teresa Craigle), convert, novelist Btato and requiring the proper and Not perhaps since the Thomas Lynch and dramatic author; of advancing their civil, social and crowded. chivalry, when men were to Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday to went economical handling of the State born In days of Springfield visit Boston, November 3, 18G7; bap at is not a shriven In tho churches before going religious interests. their niece, Sister Helen Marie, who funds. courageous attitude ln regard tized ln 1892. political organization and does not to hattle, 'has France so generally tnnlr hpr flnnl vnwn nt thn r.elAhrn- - . His of financial 1839 The Most iRov. political affiliations of knelt and bowed her head but it is tlon ln honor of the feast of St. to the and county administration de August 13, Augustine control the officers and Btato Michael Corrlgan born prays. INCORPORATED the God of Battles ap- its memhers; it asks no favors or to On her battlefields that she priests Dominic. partments was recognized with In Nowark, N. J.; ono of tho first the AP(nalnn ntAvn1 nn inftfa Minn nn proclaims privileges, hut openly students in the North American slcnally distinguished rr.vnM, Tin,,., Afn-linve most of Syracuse, nUring'the 1914 session of the Gen- College, Rome, where he was what is just and fair. It alms at the themselves. Some have exchanged b snendlne the summer hh ordained by Cardinal Patrlzl, Sepieatlon of sound public opinion on Beers,, tember 19, 18G3; Vice President to vlslt her Important topics of the day; It havepress has State and President of Seton Hall and ers, like the priests who stood nrm willlam M. Higgins. and family, 732 Assembly the frequently commented editorially on Vicar General; 'stands for the Christian life of the In thn midst of Jordan, have carried consecrated Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent Si,w. rrr.Lfr.,,rth 0,00t Bishop of Newark, May 4, 1873; his capable management of the afnation itself; for the proper observ- their message of hope to the dying QRUBER & DEUSER, Managers Louisville, Ky. 'Archbishop of Petra and Coadfairs of his office, anr his reports on ance of Sunday; for the Christian into xne weuuma. announces tho various iState institutions were Mr8 Ciara A Bwlng jutor to iCardlnal McCloskey, No article on tho work of the Red youth; for tho TOarrlage of iier daughter, Miss used extensively by the last Genoral of education October 1, 1880; succeeded to see JOHN B. FRANK without ref- immorality; for the Cross can bo complete tlieBe prjests, NaddIne to Burko M Hyd0( on July Assembly ln obtaining information stamping out of of New York, October, 10, 1885; erence to the work of 29 the RoVi wmam jauBpohl died May 5, 1902. sanctity and perpetuity of Christian perhaps affiliated with the so- - fjciatjng Mn end Mrs, Hydo ar0 regarding the management and cost August 14, 1839 Death of Father marriage; for the safeguarding of cloty, but doing yeoman work of flt home at C04 South Fortieth of conducting name. Tho State Treasurer by virtue of Patrick Foley, second pastor of the Christian home. It asserts tho service among th wounded. They 8treet ' his office is a member of tho Board Ogdensburg, N. Y.; completed are everywhere. In the trenches or i Anspnqmnnt v, thn necessity of Christian principles In nf .Vnlnntlnn and stone church on site of present ... ., at the outposts, ln the hospitals and Lyons, of New AT ' . . tne social and public life, in the State, hospital trainsin hundreds of small baenttaInedtheVrto literary Cathedral begun by his predeceshS sor, Father James Salmon, and etJSZ ?.ri?,t,nB Commission, the importance in business, in all financial and villages, whore the entire com- by Bishop (Dubois; dedicated 512 CLAY STREET. industrial relations. It combats all munlty plus Its burden of wounded ' of an inieresuni, PJl'er read by ? 508, 510 tlcularly the Dunea under old church. turns in tne cure ior everyuung, g J.Gardner and Mrs. Charles an, Aaasment IBoard of Valuation errors which are in opposition to "aving a direct ' TELEPHONE 20 advice to the sacrament. LOOTSVTiIa fiohmann contrnjut0(1 one on church tluence on the one vital function, of Christianity and threatens to underCATHOLIC KNIGHTS. prostrate Belgium the demands ' our State Government, wWch is well mine tho very foundation of human on the priests have been extremely ,18tory' - uuwu to uvory uiuzou oi xue -- hub, Next Friday night tho Central hfi.ivv. Suhlficlod to nsult. inlur? society. It Is willing to Miss Rose iC. Henley has returned necessitatine the selection of mm. Committee, Catholic Ohio, where she ' Detent and efficient men for the America, will meet Knights of with all loyal citizens and with all and even death during the German from Columbus, "TUB PARK BKAUTIPUr," ln regular Invasion, whore ln one diocese alone spent the months of June and Vluly board. cIyU qnd social energies which work If nominated and elected monthly session at St. John's Hall, thirteen were put to death their as the guest of Miss Elizabeth Mr. Ooodpaster Many Added Attractions! would surely give a Clay and Walnut. Tho meeting will or truth and virtue, lit exposes churches destroyed, or used as bar- Schodorf, who with other friends and painstaking account and be interesting Amusements Galore! falsehood and injustice, whether in racks by the enemy that which was gave a number of elaborate enter- - fathful without prejudice or bias, committees will and would, COME WITH US TO nrmn.- to chaos misrepresentation of history, doc- their world has turned remained tainments ln her honor. endeavor to see that the assessment ments made for the annual excursion New Restaurant. Free Band Concerts. about them. Those who of property, which by law is as- - to Jasner. Ind. trine or principles of morality. The with their conquered peoplo have Dancing Alice Wlansatt has an Bessea 07 me oaru 01 equalization Mrs. alms of tho Federation therefore done their best to keep their small nounced tho engagement of her Assessment, 'be done in strict High Class Vaudeville. REJOICING. arejreliglous and patriotic; they are communities togethe- - and to look daughter, Miss Lou Alma (Wimsatt, ' and conformity to the laws enacted for which their material interest of all American citizens, afterIndeed been tho lot needs priests a popular school teacher, to Mark that purpose, without fear or favor. 'the Largest and Most Sanitary Swimming -- j wta T.niit.viii- - -of the SUNDAY, AUGUST 8 has Bridges Chandler. Their marriage Pool In the South. Members and especially of those who hellevo of d Flanders for many will be solemnized noxt "Wednesday from ,thls of the General Assembly friends this week received news that district hi particular, and Walter J. Naber, a former resident Reserved seats on sale at T. P. Taylor in a Divine Lawgiver and in the generations. at St. Mary Magdalene church. those official business in 0f this city and star in tho Twin City Uniform Rank, C. K. A. Drug Co. No. 3, Fourth near Walnut. Others havo attached themselves revelation of a ditjine Religion Frankfort, aro loud In their pro bob League, but now with tho American lAll the to the hospital service. through Christ our Saviour. Mrs. Wilot Palmer and Miss Clara ??oapjy?ter B. 1e5flclnt Tobacco Company ln New York City, Belgian trains of wounded aro cared Train leaves Tenth and for solely by these priests, who per- Corhett, of S. Louis, and Miss Nellie handling of the office of State In- - ,8 roJoiclng over the arrival of a fine xam,ne and Jefferson baby girl at his home, FRIENDS OF PEACE. Broadway 7:45 a. m form! every necessary service for Corhett, of Cincinnati, came to New their men, and who, as II have said Albany to attend tho wedding "of county, the banner Democratic dls- Round trip tickets $1.65. The Friends of Peace, a federa- before, administer the sacrament their sister, Miss Ruth Corbett, to trlct of tho State, Is sure to give him AND SO VERY CHEAP SODALITY EUCHRE. & nice Children half price. tion of numerous affiliated American and make coffee to cheer the flag- Dr. Conrad Broeker, which was sol- primary. testimonial vote In the This also applies to other MILES FOR voiinc Lndfps' qminiiv organizations, originating in New ging spirits of tho wounded, with emnized at St. Mary's church Tuesday morning. with'a equal courage and resource. York and San Francisco, have issued 50 CENTS in tno state press, and Irom present Communion Books e,ect,on SroCunds,anciay0tta0nd nn tim .KSfi First a 'call for a national peace conven- G00dpa8ter'8 A pretty wedding was solemnized TITLES WITHOUT NUMBER. Walnut On the Elegent Steamers at St. John's church Wednesday tion to he held, in Chicago on SepaBBUrfaj next Tuesday afternoon and evening, ROSARIES Assumption, morning when Miss iFrances West, The feast of the the ga,mes in the afternoon to be tember 6 and 6, culminating in a O'BRIEN'S POPULARITY. City of Louisville and Mrs. T. L. weeks daughter of which will be observed called at 2:30 o'clock and the evenSCAPULAR MEDALS grand peace demonstration on Labor from Sunday, August IB,two a day West, becameMr. brldo of Jacob N. Is the ing games at 8:30. day. The immediate object of tho dear to Catholics The friends of John J. O'Brien are City the 'world over. Gentele. There was a large gather- Sou oar new book, "Hour to Get convention, it is stated, will be to Many and diverse, even as the tastes lng of friends to witness the cere predicting a big majority ln his FEDERATION. race for the Democratic nomination Mn.rieil." One of the above steamers leaves protest against America's entry Into and the necessities of men, are tho mony. "which was performed by the tor Magistrate lin the Eighth Marfs the Wharfboat, foot of Third street, Every Devotional Article here. under which The monthly meotjng of the Caththe war, to appoint committees to titlesblessed Virgin, Catholics honor Rev. Father Schuhmann. terlal dltrict, and it is related that every Sunday at 9 a. m goes about ,A few of such, the No trouble to show fiool. one of the organizers for a bertaln olic Federation will take place next visit the belligerent nations In tho not widely known perhaps, are Our seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio, TOOK TnE VEIL. Thursday night ln the hall of the Gubernatorial candidate reported at Knights where she meets the return boat, arrivhope of bringing the war to an early Lady or tho TJeadL Our (Lady of the as this of Columbus, home about 7 p. ra. of his headquarters that it was useless will be the last meetingand Miss Reglna Kelly, daughter Health, whose fast is celebrated termination, and to urge a special In before tho Rogers Church Goods Co. ing Venice; Our (IJady of Bethlehem, Mrs. .Henry Kelly, 212 West Sixth to canvass In the south end (of tho delegates leave for the national con, ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c .session of Congress to consider the of whom there .existed a famous street, New Albany, on Tuesday be- Eighth, Ninth and Tenth aa 129 S. FOURTH AVE. vention Ivisabtlity of placing an embargo shrine ln Prance; Our Lady of Para- came a member of the Benedictine they were Interested In only one urged toatbeToledo all members are present. Qlva your toy as duoon that will Ind., where candidate, and ithat was O'Brjn for The conven- - dise, whose feast occurs early ln Sisters at Ferdinand, .all war supplies. LEAVE FOR COAST. (or Ufa. Magistrate. prepare Our Lady of Fair Love, the Slaters conduct an academy. ?U1 be attended by delegates November; FATHER RICnARD MURPHY. who is venerated toy the Luchese; Miss Kelly had been attending the El parts of the country, and it C. Y. M. N. L". The (Rev, Father IRlchard Murphy, .A. J. Diebold, tho well known ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE while as to localXdedlcations such as school for several years, and some O. M. C, of St. Anthony's church, letter carrier, and Frank Twickler to be one of the largest those of the celebrated Madonna of time ago announced her Intention 112 W. Broadway, KotU1, 3Cy. The forty-firannual convention will spend his month's vacation at and Tom Eastln form a party that ever held in America Llmerk'k, of Trim or of Aberdeen, of Joining the order. A number of Conducted by the XaverUa Brothers. Saturday for California and a of the Catholic Young Nahis old homo at Trenton, N. J. left aad Bualaean Sctentlfla mssleal. cal party, religious de not to mention thofee at Lourdes, other young women .took their vows tional OJnion will be heldMen's h in Father Murphy has Tjeen a bard vial n the two expositions. They Course, Preparatory Departmemt. Lars at ,1116 same time that Miss Kelly Blnsledeln, iGenazzano and of ad organisations on Sunday. Monday and Tue- - worker, and his Louisville friends will be gone until Beptesnber and preparatory to tak ii thay are practically number- received the veil , alum. Terauo Moderate. Bra. Jum, Dtr. i day, August 15, ae and 17. will tour the Far West. hope he will benefit hy the rest. going to make up less In the Blemed Virgin's honor. ing her final vows. -- Iowa has fifty councils. There are 3,100 members In South Dakota. Leo .Schulten and wife left last Fifty-fou- r memhers from Portweek for a motor trip and ten days' land, Ore., made the trip to the stay at West Baden. Seattle convention. Nominations will be made this Miss May McGrath has returned from Stlthton, where she visited month, elections in September and installation in October. Miss Catherine Mueller. EncycloA set of the Catholic Miss Anna Mao Everln, South pedia has been presented to the Louisville, has returned from a visit Public Library by tho Knights of Olean, N. Y. to rolattves at Lexington. Nine hundred peoplo enjoyed the of Chi- annual joint reunion of tho Knights Mis3 Anna .McLaughlin, cago, is the guest of Miss Margaret of 'Duluth and Superior 'Councils at McLaughlin in the Highlands.. Fond du Lac. Oraajjft Knights have bought adThe Misses Foley, Pewee Valley, ditional ground for their new build (Misses iDora, ing, which will have a frontage of had as guests last week Katie and Nellie (Barrett, of this eignty-si- x rect on Dodge street. city. iHons. John 'R. Hunter and John H. Overton paid glorious tribute to Miss Irene Stack, of South Louis- Catholic patriotism and devotion to ville, has been visiting in Shelby-villthe flag at the banquet of tho the guest of John M. Casey and Knight s at Alexandria, La. family. With fervent prayer and brilliant addresses tho home of Santa Maria Stafford Henry and .Miss Mary Council of New Orleans was dediHenry were in Cloverport last week cated. iPreesnt were Mayor Behr-ma- n visiting their uncle, the Rev. J S. and many leading oitizens. Henry. Oklahoma City Knights are making preparations for a grand Mrs. Martin J, Lawless and on daughter, Miss Mary Lawless, have hope to have 'Discovery day. They the entire been spending two weeks In Atlantic ested and have already city Interbegun to City and the East. arouse enthusiasm. Bowling Green. e, cele-bdatl- Miss Mamie Boland was last week the guest of Miss Frances Clark at J I Suits) I 809 a I ! Funeral Director and Embalmeri BOTH PHONES 810. WEST JEFFERSON STREET.;! ,$7J5 DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH t and Embalmers I igood VWtVMVVlWVWWVkVVMVVWVWV JLEVYSj J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS f Funeral Directors BOTH t FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. e, (Street. 822 Est WMWHUWMWiMMWVmMWWMWMM PRANK FEHR BREWING CO tl 'Hlffi I non-Oathol- lc, st Nyack-on-theJHuds- on Brewers and Bottle; riOUISVXDLB. li WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled I ln - rSJssi&-js'7SMs. p qh, I i of-n- ot ( WALTERS' and . jt i"!?6.. , . f Clay Street Brewery m . EI. - "..'. niti, RAIL AND BOAT FONTAINE FERRY EXCURSIGN! CITY, IND. TELL 1 battle-scarre- av' ad SIMPLY CHARMING JoK 150 150 ta2d,Mr- of Cincinnati , I . wak-ds- tm st . Campo-c&vall- o, (PK&-burg- I I JKBOTTJOiKlY 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. i AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Distributors Of vXjfexSJEX MEXEfcXOAKC. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing (I the Past Week General News Notes. IRELAND. Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled FOR 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. Home Phone City 5813 ARTHUR A. WILL SHALE BRICK Division 4 will meet next Monday Clay Products Co. evening. are the Division 1 will meet next Thurs CO. BEST BRICK MADE IN day evening. JSFFERSON 'COUNTY Bishop-eleGlass is a (member of Bldg. Sales Office: 101J8 Intcr-SoutCoral Ridgo h. ct From Exchanges. MADE BT FEDERAL TIRES FALLS f VULCANIZING CITY VULCANIZING 1101-0- 3 Eas Broadway FREE SERVICE Incorporated 923 QEIQBR STREET Borne Phone 1802 and 377 Cumb. Phone Main ASZ TOUR IKEAIES FOB IT ENGRAVERS WEDNESDAYS AND . SATURDAYS X.. P. BORJTWASSEB CO. 377 CELEBRATED EXTRA BRAT wurbt Home Fhone Shawnee 1721 P. I. BURKS Plate Metal Work and Steel Construction. Burkhard Recktenwald, President AUTO REPAIR SHOP Phones Main 411, East 14S, City 8611 of the Recktenwald Hardware Com pany, 2512 Portland avenue, and 524 r. Main St. lonlsvllle. Ky. one of the most highly esteemed OARRELL-ROGER- S CO. THE R. JEUNESSE residents of the West End. met an Incorporated. awful fate on Friday morning of las(. , CARPET CLEANING, RUG MANU BUILDING CONTRACTOR wucn., wueu iiu ien neau roremost FAOTURING AND WALL Into a tank of coal tar, where his PAPER CLEANING lifeless body was found by Eugene 810 YORK STREET McLaughlin. Telephone City 23B7 Tho unfortunate man 053-5- 0 Louisville, Ky. left his home, 2618 Bank street, at South Clay Street Phone South 1753 6:15 o'clock to open tho store, and when discovered less than an hour the body was still warm. Soon THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT Primary, Saturday, Auj. 7, 1915 later news spread the over the city and everywhere was received with expressions of deep regrot. Relatives SPALDrNG DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. OO N James church bazar. The State parade and convention to be held at Middletown wllll bo "SOUTHERN STAR" BAGS. the greatest yet held vin Connecticut. Manufacturers of Sacks for Flour Mills, SLICED BACON The Hibernian Rifles of San Grain Dealers, Produce Men, Fertilizer, "All Ready for Your Griddlo In the Dried Grain, Ice, etc Write for price Francisco will hold a. great military on anything you may want in the Sack tournament at Glen Park on August Morning" . line. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE 22. J. 8. WALKER & Co., LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. living The three 211 W. Main Street, LoulsviUo, Ky. (Incorporated.) Long Distance Telephone Connections Presidents are James ID. Dolan, Matthew Cummings and James J. SHOE REPAIRING STRUCTURAL IRON WORKS. Regan. AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING The Hibernian Social Club will Foundry and Machines Shop. entertain with a euchre and lotto on COMPANY the club house grounds next TuesGRAINGER & CO., 114 West Market Street day evening. Incorporated Ky. SoulsvUU, Twenty-fiv- e Home Phone, City 6381 Tenth Street, Louisville, Ky. Work Done women attended hundred men and Shoes Made Hew. Old the While Ton Walt. . annual reunion of the Ancient Order IRON AND HEAVY THE PHIL. HOLLENBACH CO. at 'Portland, Ore. The Ancient Order is organized HARDWARE. INCORPORATED in forty-tw- o counties in New York Carriage and Wagon Woodwork Distillers Of and another will be added before the and Hardware close of the year. OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH IRON CO., .Mrs. John Arthur, State President "nOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE Incorporated 8 W. Main street. Louisville, Ky. of the Indiana Ladles' Auxiliary, Is W. Main St. 528 recovering from a stroke of paralysis suffered two weeks ago. CASKETS AND JOS. F. B0EHLER Ladies' Auxiliary 1 of Minne JEWELER UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIES. apolis, the oldest in the United REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY States, had a great celebration ot (Wholesale Only.) their anniversary on July 26. 551 South Shelby Street NATIONAL CASKET CO., The "Hibernians of Portland, Ore., Between Madison and Chestnut Incorporated had an appropriate celebration last Home Phone, City 9459 Eleventh and Magazino Street. night of the birthday of (Daniel O'Connell, the Irish Liberator. HOME KILLED MEATS DISTILLERS. At the meeting of Division 3 on FAIR MEAT BIARKET; Monday, August 16, the (EntertainSTATE JOHN T. BARBEE & oo Incorporated ment Committee will he in charge, A Full Lino of Fancy Groceries with refreshments, music, etc. 0 W. Main Street. Both Phones Kentucky Weller, The New York 'County T3oard has Old Barbee. Ub An Order Call and Give 3. C. W. Whiskies. Sole Owners Regbeen receiving reports that new Distillery No. 32. Phones Main istered members are coming In at all dneet-InWE SELL FOR CASH X686-City 5263. and the divisions are all im-- ' CONSTRUCTION PLUMBING AND HEATING CON proving. CONCRETE TRACTORS iHou. P. iH. O'Donnell, the great CONCRETE BLOCKS Chicago orator, will be the principal II. W. NEWMAN COLUMNS, ART STONE Contracting Engineer, Steam and speaker at the Irish day celebration Estimates on All Classes of Work of the Indianapolis Hibernians on Hot Water Heating and Both Phones August 14. Sanitary Plumbing Home Office: 440 Second Street Central Concrete & Construction Co. When Division 1 of Detroit cele-- i LOUISVILLE. KY. 961 Hamilton Avenue brated Its thirty-fift- h anniversary there were present seventy-tw- o who CO. have been members for thirty-fiv- e years and Receivers and Shippers of Hay and For Rent, Salo or Division longer. IBoston 25 of increased Grain. Manufacturers of Shur-Plelxclinnc. its membership at a meeting last Poultry and Stock Feeds GUILDERS & WATERS CO. week when the standing of the Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed division was reported and (INCORPORATED) wero delivered by county addresses Chas. A. Cyphers' Now Buffalo officers. Incubators and Brooders 333 W. Main St. Hon. Timothy S. Hogan will bet City 135 Phones: LOUISVILLE, KY. the orator at the Irish day celebration of the Hibernians ot MontC. II. Gerrard, Pres. & Gen'l Mgr. gomery county, Ohio, which takes John Hardy, place at the Country Club near AMERICAN XBOH WORKS Incorporated uayton on August 26. "The Placo Whcro Old Clothes Aro BOILER MAKERS MACHINISTS Oeneral Jobbing Kepaira Made to Look Like New." AWFUL DEATH. Oxygen Welding, Cutting and Brazing. 700 W. BROADWAY thirty-seventh TODD-DONIGAN SCHLICH ENGRAVING COMl'AN ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky 885 W. Main St., Homo Phone City 5674 schools. MANUFACTURBKS OP Vice President Thomas Lynch, of TLVNO PLAYERS Division 4, is enjoying 'Ills' annual Player Built In Your Own Piano, vacation. Modern Pianos and Piano Players Repaired and Tuned. With all united into one division 1000-100- 8 "West "Walnut, LouisvIHo there are 900 members in (Manchester, N. II. New Albany Hibernians had a most successful reunion on Wednesday at, Qlonwood Park. Puncture Proof The Ladles' Auxiliary of Duluth Pneumatic will conduct a booth at the St. & COMPANY (INCORPORATED.) the Ancient Order. Albany Hibernians have declared for the study of Irish history in the AUTOMOBILE TIRES LEE TIRES Dr. Donohoe, Klltegan, has been y appointed Medical Offcer of dispensary. Rev. Father Fitzgerald, Oughter-arhas been appointed parish priest of Kllbeacanty Tho. death took placo recently at tho Navan Workhouse Hospital of John Mitchell, at the great ago of CARPET 107 years. LINOLEUM AND LAYER Dr. J. Brennan has resigned the medical offlcershlp of Cooleycase? 220 South Eighth St. dispensary district, after thirty-eigyears' service. Sil " 11 The Killarney Asylum Committee THEO. WOLF Healy, have appointed James BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Killarney, engineer. There wero four other candidates. ICE CREAM At a meeting of the Athy Board Home Phone Shawnee 1914 of Guardians a resolution of symSpecial Prices to Lawn Fetes and Seventh Magisterial District pathy with Father Nolan, on the Picnics. death of his father, was passed. Tucnty-sixt- h Comprising the Eighth, Ninth and and Portlnnd Avenue On his transfer to MIdleton Rev. Tenth wards and precincts 36 to 52 Father D. J. Dennehy has been JOHN B. WATHEN of the Eleventh ward. presented with an lllumnated adSubject to the action of the Demo- dress by tho parishioners at Charle- - FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER cratic party. WAGON OR VAN vllle. Primary, Saturday, August 7, 1015 At a meeting of the Carlow Dis 2525 West Wnlnut Street trict Asylum a resolution of con- PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Primary Election, August 7, 1015. dolence with Dr. MoKenna on the Home 'Phone Shawnee 19 8 death of his father was unanimously ' Rath-vllld, i BUILDER Montgomery Street Home Phone Shawnee 1010 2431 KlEfi FUNERAL DIRECTORS RATTERMAN BROS. Ed H. Ratterman, Manager funeral Directors and Embalen 2014 Home Phone Shawnee 484 Greenwood Avenue ht HI Magistrate SOMETHING NEW (Fuel Snving Device) Vnpor Hcatlag J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. Steam and Hot Water Heating 111 XT. THIBD SX8EET Home Phone 7846 Cumb. M. 1592 THOS. J. BRODERI0K 4392-- J PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGR Home Phone City G 1000 Zano Street Home Phone 1191 passed. ' JAMES QUARLES Candidate For CIRCUIT JUDGE First, Division, Chancery Branch. Subject to tho Action of the Democratic Party. 800-81- SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. Second and 0. H. Lleder-kran- DIVISION 1. 720-78- Clancy. Fourth Thursday, Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Vice President William Cushlng. Secretary Financial Edward z Fay-Mu- s, gs Recording Secretary James P. Barry. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. DIVISION 2. Meets RITTER-IIENNING- S BANS Keaney. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Joseph Lynch. Vice President Daniel O'Keofo. Recording Secretary John T. Secretary Edward J. First Wednesday Llederkranz cz ; Vtce-Pre- s. E. S. DORSEY CANDIDATE FOR All the late and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices. BHsHSSBS HHB J- ts BKMBggjHiBissM iSBsBISSSHsSSH 5c DRINK 5c BBBBBB '- ?'y .BlE2flBlBlilH kHHIHlSsssssH j 'viBsssssssH HBM& BBVKBKBraVtffrdi IBiBSBiBBBiBBiBBiBBl and friends expressed the belief that while making an inspection of the tar and oil tanks he was stricken with heat prostration or dizziness and fell head foremost into tho tar. Mr. Recktenwald Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Johannah Recktenwald; his father, Michael Recktenwald, a retired hardware man; three sons, Otto, Anthony and Edmund Recktenwald; three daughters, Misses Clara, Cecilia and Rita Recktenwald, and three brothers, the Rev. Father Otho Recktenwald, of Grand Rapids; B. A. Recktenwald, of Pittsburgh, and H. A. Recktenwald, with whom he was associated in business. Ho was a member of St. Cecilia's church, from where the funeral took place Monday morning. PETER'S PENCE. Citra-Col- a Gee But Its Good! AT FOUNTAINS AND CAFES MONUMENTS Markers and Mausoleums. Send for our illustrated designs and prices. Large and new stock to select from all high class work. New MbUmi Moiti&eit Co. 625 Seuth Third St. Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue nas issued an appeal, and tomorrow SALLIES E. DURBIN. the annual collection for tho Holy FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Father, known as the Peter's Pence, Sunday morning at Stlthton death will be taken up at the masses in all season's the churches of the Louisville dio- Is Of all the popular. hats the sailor claimed Miss Sallie E. IDurbln, who the most for eleven years had been itho house cese. Announcement of this collecTho warm weather brings an enor-mokeeper for tho Rev. Father iR. C. tion "was made by the pastors last Ruff, Miss Durbin was the niece showing of cottons. Sunday, who stated disadthe Of all white wash materials tho of the Rev. Ellsha Durbin, one of tho vantages that surround Porte Bon-edi44th Legislative District because of the Europ.ean war white pique is tho most satisfactory. pioneer priests of this diocese, and Subject to Action of the Democratic and urged the people to respond to White shoes in the city wero onco her amiable disposition and kindly Party. the appeal as generously as possible. considered In bad tasto, but not so nature won for her the respect of all who met her. Sho is survived now. by ono sister, who resides atjCecllla, ENLARGE FACULTY. AUGUST INTENTION. Tho soft, low collars come in as and two whose homes aro In Misa benediction after the souri. Her remains were brought to Five priests have been added to I The general intention recom- stocks. Louisville and Wednesday morning the faculty of the University of mended by Pope Benedict XV. for The most bewitchclng ot all the Notre Dame for the coming year. the League of tho Sacrod Heart new sunshades are those of lingerie a solemn requiem mass was sung by Father tttuff at St. Vincent de Paul's They are Rev. William Carey, Rev. during the month of August is tho and lace. I ch,urch, thp Jntenment being in St. Thomas "Lahey, Rev1. John Devers conversion of Protestants: Our Holy The newest hats, for eccentricity's Louis, cemetery. and Rev. Angcs, McDonald all of Father points out to us the duty of whom wero ordained on June 25 prayer, During this month of Aug- sake purely, aro made of silk or SACRED TIEART ACADEMY. fc and Rev. James O'Brien, assistant ust ho bids us offer up all our pray- even velvet. Sunshades of plain sheer organdy1, pastor of St. Patrick's church, ers and works and sufferings that The second retreat for the South Bend, All aro members of the God may hasten the day for the re- white or tinted, are pretty accom-panlmefor organdy hats and Ursullne Ststera will begin aionday Congregation of tho Holy Cross. The turn of all Protestants to the Cathat the Sacred Heart Academy, Cresnew teachers spent four years at the olic faith, that was deserted by their frocks. Late-seaso- n Catholic University after finishing ancestors. hats show many cent Hill, and will be followed by Catholics can help by their colleglato studies at the Uni- giving to their feather trimmings, but flowers and . me annual reception and profession, neighwnicn wnj taice "place lAugusf 18. It versity of Notre Dame. Rov. George bors the example of holy lives, by Is exnected thero will ha nlvtacin MoNamara, formerly the popular being ready to explain their religion, trimmings. to receive the fourteen rector of Walsh Hall at Notre Dame, and by Gloves are indispensable, and be profeased. habit and has been to with the CathThere a has been appointed Viee President olic pres in the spread of, Catholic despite all fads for' freak gloving large of St. Bdward'a College, Austin, books, Cathplic magazines and Cath- nothing ig mor,e attractive than the School attendance at the Summer at this academy, abojt 227 r 'fWM. olic papers. wash white guv M. Bisters taking the different ccirses. Thomas Hannan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. Hel bodies. , GUARANTEED Ion. Patrick Scott, Balintubber, was $2.00 PIANO TUNING S2.00 discovered in an unconscious state REPAIRING by neighbors in his garden, where DIVISION 3. Phone Shawnee 1253 Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hiber he had gone to cut a stick, being opparently in his usual good health 0 nian Homo, Portland. C. G. STIGLITZ & SONS SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND up to that. Death supervened bePresident John M. Malouey. DEPOSIT BANK fore medical aid arrived. MANUFACTURERS Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. The parishioners of Lahardano Recording Secretary Thomas have prepared an address of conLouisville Made Furnaces Fourth and Central Avenue Kllleon. gratulation to be presented to Dean 2 S. Ninth St. Financial Secretary John J. Interest Paid On Time Deposits Kelley on his appontment as Dean Jr. We Solicit Your Business of Killala. It was proposed to make Home Phono City 2542 Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. a suitable presentation also, but PAINTS, OILS AND VARNlSIIbb Sergeant-at-Arm- s C. F. BENDER Martin Kale- - me oean rerused to accept it. her. JERSEY DAIRY PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Sentinel Thomas Noone. DOUBLE IIEADEU TOMORROW. Ico Cream aianurncturcr VERIBEST MIXED PAINT Special Prices to Churches and DIVISION 4. The Colonels close their present Picnics STRASSEL-GANPAINT CO. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, pedes with the Milwaukee team In a Both Phones Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. double header tomorrow, and then 213 AVest Market Street First and College Streets r comes the crucial test as to whether President John H. Hennessy. tho present leaders, tho St. Paul Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. team, are to continue their present THE $1.00 BOX DELUXE gait for tho pennant flag or will tho Langan. Recording Secretary John J. Colonels put a crimp in their aspira(our Saturday Special is tions. The Louisville team Is now Barry. In a fair way to get within a striking the most remarkable Flower Treasurer Pat Connelly. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas' Far- - distance by taking three out of four value obtainable. ' from the Saints and will have the rell. advantage of meeting them again Sentinel M. J. McDormott. Other BOXES DE LUXE for three games at St. Paul and ot $2.00 and $3.00. e. y. m. i. three hero just before the season Coupons with rvery closes. In the opinion of many Kelly's aggregation does not figure MAOKIN COUNCIL, 205. Placo Yonr Orders Friday for as strong Meets Monday Evenings at Club (.ouisvillo as Minneapolis, with whom Delivery Saturday. made a good Bhowlng, and House, 344 North Twenty-sixtthere is no reason why tho samo or President John J. Lynn. better showing can not be made First Vice President John W. with Kelly's club. Incidentally Murphy. Minneapolis was picked as a pennant Sines 1873 Second Vice President Martin contender In these columns the first THE FLOWERS SHOP AT P. Schadd. part of June when that team was Treasurer George J. Thornton. 550 S. FOURTH AVENUE. flirting with seventh place, and judgSecretary A. C. Link. ing from their present showing are Financial Recording Secretary William G. sure to finish in the first three. Bucket. There Is no denying the fact that Marshal Harry Alberts. Louisville would have been bet Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. ter position at present if not in amuch so OutBlde Sentinel Harvey Pfelf-fe- bad luck had been encountered in way of injuries to players, tho Executive Committee Frank G. the Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank heaviest in the locals' history. Any way the proud and haughty Hooslers FOR Geller, A. W. Andrlot, John R. have slipped at a faster gait. Barry. Agriculture, 1818-182Hes-Blo- n, 210-22S ! Financial Kelran. Treasurer Trim Guardians have passed a 1103 South Seventh Street resolution of protest against Sir Home Telephone 2147 E. Carson's Government appointment and the proposed appointment Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries of iMr. Campbell. Meat and Vegetable Market Fine Teas and Coffee Messrs. D. CSarahan and Peter Butter a Specialty Farrell were Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Ballymahon GEM District Council at tho annual meeting of that body. LACE OURTAIN LAUNDRY stained-glas- s Two magnificent windows have been erected In tho CURTAINS CAREFULLY local parish church at Abbeyfeale, to LAUNDERED BY HAND perpetuate tho (memory of tho late Dr. W. McCarthy. Both Phones 508 A young girl named Nora Lacey, aged about ten years, of Cleggan, WM. ISGRIGG while bathing her feet at Clifden slipped into the sea and was SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR drowned. The body has been recov, ered. 4105 Henry Street ot Dr. M. J. Ahearn, Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-John O'Dowd, M. iP was at the meeting of the Swinford Board of unanimously Guardians elected HODAPP & MILLER Medical Officer of the Lowpark dispensary district. Wholesale Manufacturers of Tho death of Thomas Alcock, Ballymote, has caused deep regrot In UARNESS AND STRAP WORK his native district, and tho repreCumb. Phone M. 1004-sentative attendance at the funeral was a fitting tribute to a irnan 110 South Seventh Street, Louisville universally respected. J. WALLSHIELD Peter FInnegan, Chairman Council, has Informed CLEANER AND DYER OF LADIES' the central recruiting organization AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL that 'he can not take part in any meeting having for its object the Home Phono 3117 promotion of recruiting. Cumb. Phone S. 1640 J. J. Hanafin. who was the only Seventh and Oak Streets applicant, has been elected clerk or tho iLoughrea District Council and Board of Guardians J. P. Kelly, son of the late P. J. Kelly, J. P., was 2121 Osage Avenue elected assistant clerk to both son-in-la- w L. HENRY SCHUH Hollenbach's Wine House KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprietor Importer and Dealer In WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street CHARLES WILLMAN PLUMBER iHomo Phone City 1396 1204 West Jlnrket Street Home Phones Shawnee 592 and 693 Special Rates on Large Orders THE VELVET TIP ICE CREAM CO. Incorporated. IOE CREAM and SHERBETS 11.00 Per Gallon S. E. Cor. Twenty-fourt- h and RomUk AUTOMOBILE TOPS AND COVERS FORD TOURING CAR COVERS $"9.00 FALLS 128-13- CITY 0 BUGGY TOP CO. A South Floyd Street Phone City 1748 B. H. BUETER it VETERINARY SURGEON HORSE SHOEING 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET Home Phono, City 2365 Cumb. S. 981 Home, City 981 HO IfclSrXJGr MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET CONFECTIONER AlND CATEItl Weddings and Parties Given Special Attention Charles Wolf, Manager MAT. S. COHEN pHr-ohus- h. JACOB SCHULZ GERMAN BANK r. Commissioner of Labor and Statistics. REPRESENTATIVE Subject to Action of tho Democratic Party. Priiunry Sntnrdny. August 7, 1015 PICNIC AND SUPPER. ur ct A genuine picnic and supper will take place on tho beautiful grounds of St. Francis of Assisi church, Bardstown road and Carter avenue, 17. Father on Tuesday, August Rothheut and his people will give those who attend a hearty welcome. Social entertainments, fine booths and music and refreshments will bo features. BRENNAN'S CHOIOH, iM1. J. Brennan, the well known and popular Democratic leader, is handling the local campaign of H. M. Froman, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Commissioner of Agriculture, and is enlisting his many friends in behalf of the man from Carroll county. Fifth and Market Sh H.BOSSESSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. S10 33135 -- TelaBheaa 13iVr. HR AV13CJVIXB ns FRED ERHL ARCHITEI Bl non-Cathol- ic CLARIFIES DRIPPINGS. NORTON To clarify drippings slice a raw potato into the fat whllejndering. N.W. Corner ft This will absorb all Iri lee. JKZJBMXrODXJOJKlY PROF. V. O. GILBERT IRlSl AJbXEI&XCAX. ALVIN STEGER Making Winning Race for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals Nomination. Alvln Stegor, 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 1 1111111111 . MUIK WEISSLNGER Milking Active Canvass for Nomina- M H I MM I Set of Four Granite Bowls! T fw1-- ' ,'.,fi"-)- t H HI 1 1 M 1 1 III 111 M Candidate For OHIoo of Superin- V'MVK B Given Free With One Pound tendent of Public Iu(rnc-tio- a. tion of Judge Circuit Court, Common Pleas Branch. ii IHERMAN STRAUS SONS nrtnnsi aincci ' J J Mixed Tea 60c STOfiE CLOSES AT 8 P. M, DURING JULY AND AUGUST. JOHN JMC. MUIvJLVO Y i BOTH PHONES 1323-21- The supporters of Prof. V. O. GilExtremely fortunate are the bert, candidate for tho Democratic Democrats of Louisville and Jeffernomination for Superintendent of son county In tho person and charPublic Instruction, claim that his acter of (Mulr Welsslnger, a candl- candidacy is appealing favorably to This Is Interesting News For Hotels, Restaurants and Housekeepers. 2 W. MARKET ST. $yS4yJ&K84S4KjS CITY 1700.7 MAIN 072 BUTTON BROS. BROOK AND MARKET. Try Ivory Flour. None better. Quality guaranteed. Prices always the lowest of any first class flour. Can mvA vnn mnnpv on all Durchases of Groceries. Meats, Bakery Goods. Give Red Stamps on all cash or C. O. D. orders Delivery to any parte of city or suburbs. Km jm "m 9RP jfr ?asalaVaBsiBT S T I! A I S' AUGUST SALE ANNUAL OF date who solicits their support for his nomination to the Circuit Judgeship of Common Pleas branch, Fourth division, in tho Democratic primary, August 7. He comes from a line of able lawyers, capable Jurists and staunch (His grandfather, IP. B. Democrats. Mulr, for years occupied tho Circuit ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account the voters in every section of the bench in this district, being the Pleas State and are unanimous In saying first Judge of the Common IMuir, with this safe, conservative, iHIs uncle, 00 or more that his record as Assistant Superin- branch. two terms asUpton iW. of the Bank, to which you can add $1 Judge tendent entitles him to the nomina- during at any time We add absolute safety and 3 and tion, believing that he should bo en- Circuit Court added credit (Not dis unto per cent. No cost to you whatever. dorsed for the position. Prof. Gil- tinction of the bench.distinguished worthy The same courteous attention eiven the bert's service, of over thirt7 years In ancestors is these tho present candidate. depositor of $1.00 oj the depositor of $10,000. tho cause of education has well called after fourteen years of fitted hfm for the position to which orable and successful practice athonthe he now "aspires, serving as teacher, r&& County Superintendent, City Super- local bar to the bench of the County Court, whore himself Second and Market Under tho Bid Clock intendent and for more than six with honor andho acquitted friend of merit. A years ns a member of tho Western State Government Supervision. Kentucky State Normal School. His the needy, he secured the erection comfortable County Poor House platform nppeals to tho citizens of of a tho for unfortunate a true servant all classes and is as follows: of the taxpayers, he with To administer the office others foiled an attempt ofthe aid of AXMAN EDW. A. "First HOME PHONE CITY 3238 DAN J HENNESSY the State of Stato Superintendent as economically as it can be done, consistent Board of Equalization to lay an ad MIDSUMMER WEAR A SPECIALTY. ditional burden of i$300,000 on the with efficiency. property holders of this county; a with the sincere lover of dependent children, "Second To County Superintendents of the helped .by others he led the fight State, and to aid them In every pos- which ensued in tho establishment sible way in the great work of build of the Parental IHome for Orphans ing up an efficient system of schools. Neglected Children at Ormsby My policy shall always be to help, and Station, . Jefferson county. Such in not to hinder. "Third To make the department brief Is tho honorable ancestry and UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Sreet of education serve the classified proud record of IMuir Welsslnger, a cities in every possible way. To this "terllng Democrat, over supporting his end I shall seek for ways to servo an party's candidates at the polls irequentiy the city boards of education and city the stump; suchrighting for thorn on Is Mulr Welsslnger, I departments. a broad-minde- d in every be swayed by citizen too fair to "Fourth To blind prejudice or posslblo way with the 'boards of for which tho Stato Superintendent may partisan zeal. Vote therefore him; place In line for tho Judgeship be a member. of tho Common Pleas branch, Divis"Fifth To the organization of courses of study, so as to adjust tho ion four, a man noted for "honesty a determined foe of educational machinery and work of and Integrity, bigotry unholy which arrays the schools to the practical living that against race, raco which puts creed needs of the community at large, In opposition ot creed. His nominaINCORPORATED and to hold constantly before the tion will children examples of temperance, energy to add weight to the ticket, the campaign and help inculture and good citizenship. sure success to Ills party In tho "Sixth To especially November PHONE-SOU- TH 2Sw. CITY 1866. election. with the Illiteracy commission. Tho Stato Superintendent is made by law WMWMMMUtMMMUMMUUMMMiUUMMMWWMMHUHv ROBERT L. GREENE. a member of this commission, I Sixty-one-year-old 'aaaaBssiBv Vii fc.J xfe&!'''BBBBBBBBBW' HOUSEHOLD German Insurance BanK Hennessy Axman the August primary. His friends throughout tho Stato aro working unceasingly In his behalf and have perfected a splendid organization from ono end of the State to the other. They claim that his strength comes from all fatclons In the party because of tho fact that he represents no special interests or machine, and If elected the policy or conduct of his office can not be dictated by malign or unscrupulous influences. In this, the Fifth district, Mr. Steger has won many friends by his gentlemanly canvass, and It goes without saying that he wlh receive a banner vote in the piimury- - of his campaign thus far and predicts that ho will be tho winner in LINENS Tablecloths, Napkins, POPULAR PRICE TAILORS G. B LIKENS Making Active Canvass of Stato foi Nomination foi? Secretary of State. After making a tour of fourteen counties in Western Kentucky, a prominent member of the Democratic party brings back to headquarters vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvw Damask and Table Sets. Miiimmmiiiiin iiiiimhhw HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY 13SC? We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates J Will Open the School Year "With Increnscd Facilities in Its Now and Greatly Enlarged Quarters, FOURTH SXJCISEST. lSSS The SkSK1 BaSSfggrSjfgjj Last Dollar and shall most heartily with From present Indications and rethe commission in Its great work of ports ..heard' froftT different sections eliminating adult illiteracy and of tho State Robert L. (Bob) Greene Illiteracy in general." Sisters from the Mother House of the Order, St. Catherine of Sienna Convent, Springfield, Ky. The Academy offers thorough Primary, Preparatory, Commercial and Academic Courses and special attention is given the study of Music and Art. Lessons in Needle Work are inc uded in the curriculum. For information address the Academy. Conducted by Dominican That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" must be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming, .1 SID D0UTHITT Candidate for Railroad Commissioner Subject to Action of Democratic Party. receiving much encouragement In his race for the Democratic nomination for Railroad Commisslonor in tho Second district, and claims that Sid Douthltt, of 'Henry county, 1b XWWWMWWWWVVWWVWWWVVMWVWHMM k SaiJBJBJBM j&sB&lBBBBBBlilBMfe jlffl 'j IbBBBBBm I Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Tip Top Bread Guaranteed 100 l?ure. at trW'nHBWF sHv,"ri Vwp HrBBBBBn BBlBBBBBvi .JBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW HJHHMsv J1H .? Saturdays Until 7 p. m. jjjj C- DR. WMF? jfj&mM BBBBkBpISbBBBBs 713-71- J. b., T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TilHtoMt-Csn- QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE " iftS.fr03rX"X"X'$3 S. 2993. Horn, City 2399. GEHBR (FALL Extra Pale Lager possible amount of gas. It is made to last. The most popular cooking device in the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, bakes perfectly and consumes the least fc SOINT 215 WEST MARKET STREET. Order a Case of A Case of Good Judgment. CITY BEER Peerless Common him. Henry county for the past twelve years and has obtained a following In that section, who ore now boosting his candidacy for Railroad Commissioner. Ho is known all over the State to the many Democratic leaders in every section, all paying tribute to him as an official and citizen. Mr. Douthltt is aman who is in every way qualified for the position ho seeks. Ho has great executive ability, Is one of tho best- posted men of the day, a splendid man of affairs, and above all he Is a Democrat 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 overtake FONTAINE PERRY PARK. Mammoth will bo returned the winner in tho son, every Cave, in good old Edmoncontest for the Democratic nomina- "whooping man, woman and child Is things" up for Mr. Likens, tion for Auditor, and this result Is a who is proving tribute to tho personal popularity of of the first hlmsolf a campaigned Many constellation. &&&1? this capable official, who by his con- leaders bv1bbbbbbbsbm& f .bbbWbbbbbbbIbHbMlthat rm' JSfwf m duct as a citizen and public official selectionIn tho aparty say will his add has won many friends from every strength toastho nomlneoin ticket I .bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbs. November QHKjf HbbbbbbbbbV part of Kentucky. "Bob" Oreeno is entirely too well known to the and aro actlvo In his behalf because people of Kentucky to cause the of that aid to tho party. necessity of any extended IntroducR. S. EUBANK. tion, having been connected with the Clerk of tho Court of Appeals office He for tho past twenty years, being head are Is tho man whose sympathies ot that office since January, 1912. est with children, and whose greatactivities have been exercised he "will receive a substantial plur In selecting Mr. Greene as a standard ality In the August primary. Mr. bearer the party will mako no mis Douthltt has been Circuit Clerk of take, as lio is suro to add much B& jbbbp r S Si Labels good for picture show tickets, anv kind of the cheering news to Gabo Likens friends that that gentleman can't be I trading stamps, r many other useful articles carried defeated in his race for the Democratic nomination for Secretary of j in our premium rooms: State In tho August primary. "Hon tutmmmmvimMmvMMMituHMwmtMMMimuiUM est Gabo," like Holman, of Indiana, has proven hlmsolf a worthy trustee EVERY GARMENT CLEANED SEPARATELY AND BY HAND of tho taxpayers' funds through his zealous watch-car- e over the treasury "You Have Tried the Rest; Now Try the BEST." of the Bluegrass Commonwealth. From Paducah, hospitable capital of to historical Mccracken county, PALM BEACH SUITS CLEANED BY Soft Water and Olive Oil SoaD Process. THIS METHOD UNEXCELLED. THE 50c Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. "THE HOUSE WITH THE REPUTATION." Both Phones 2635. Ill 426 South Fifth St. strength to the ticket in the November election and his ability as an organizer will aid in insuring an old time Democratic majority. ARTnUR M. WALIiAOE. BE SURE TO CALL FOR m IBH 2LliiiVMHlMiViiiiiVk McKENNA Democrats from ovcry section of the city are rallying to the support of Arthur AI. "Wallace in his race for the Democratic nomination for Judgo of the First division, Chan cery branch, Jefferson Circuit Court, and his candidacy has been indorsed by many ward clubs and precinct organizations. Judge Wallace's long service as a campaigner and worker in itho ranks of tho party entitles him to tho honor ho seeks and his friends are leaving no Mono unturned to lnsuro his olectlon. K. OF & OUTING. WHISKY IT JS ALWAYS PURE. HL u LMHHHI McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. M imMHHHHHK I"ii"liHM-H'tH"HH"I"lM. Singer's Midgets' are to remain another week in Louisville. ComDue to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, mencing with the matinee tomorrow at .the Fontaine 'Ferry Pnrk Thetpr 'and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. they open the fourth week of their; engagement. A number of changes PHONED Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. will "be found in the programme and the songs which were so pleasingly sung last week have been changed IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE and a new repertoire will be offered. The management has been offering two high class Orpheum acts In addition to the Midgets and this week Louis London and Marie Kenning SATISFIES THAT LONGING. will oocupy the positions. tA. new programme ot free outdoor moving pictures wU be offered in the park, and Bra Korb Oleason will open a IHOORPORATKD weak'? engagement as the speoial aw. LOUISVILLE, KY, bandt'MJul attraction. TEL BREW CREAM BEER N F. OERTEL CO. The annual outing of the local Knights of Columbus will take place at Fern Grove on Thursday, August 19, two boats to leave in the morn ing at 9 and 9r4G o'clock. In order to confine the affair to members and their families tickets will be sold only at the club house and none can be had on the morning of the excursion at the boat or on the wharf. anTarpy Chairman Thomas nounces that this is done in accordance with a resolution adopted to confine the excursion to members and families, the outings in the past few years being distinguished for the number of outsiders who absorbed all the prlrieges to the exclusion of the members. schools. In improving educational conditions for tho country child. His County School Board law has made posslblo uio education of country children, through the county high school, while residing under their parents' roof, and It conserves tho people's money by bringing educational opportunity to them. This law has done more to remove the public schools from politics than any other one law on the statutes. The people are with Mr. Eubank in hla race for the office of State Superintendent of Public Instruction, because his heart Is with them, and his best efforts have "been directed in their behalf. He has used his' own time and paid his own expenses while securing the paaeage of measures which, have benefited the public i. BANNSK, PfW. I Up. Vice P. BANNON, JR., Pre:, Treat. LAWREHCE t J. VEENEHAN, SKntiiy. P. BANNON PIPE CO.;; X Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Batmen's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Ceadaits, Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Titrlfie Brick, rire rreoaag, viae Liaiag, tire BrtcK Grate and Beiler Tile, Greand Fire Clay, Cklaaey teas. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY WORKS 573-1786. CUMB. MAIN 807. ihi n 1 11 13tk Md Braetc. cad Magnolia Ave., Bat. Stk aad lOtk. Z 1 1n n t n11n 111 1 1 n11 ni 111mi rm m m