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Kentucky Irish American: August 14, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915081401_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: August 14, 1915 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I QlMlTY BICYCLES "Every Make" CENTURY CYCLE CO- - I INCORPORATED. 405 AVcst Broadway Kentucky Irish American NO. 7. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1915. August 16 Ladles' Altar Society midsummer euchre' and lotto, 3t. James' school hall. Bardstown road and Ederislde' avenue. -- Lawn 7 August fete and chicken supper, Hbly Cros3 church, Friend Who Came to Mother Scton's Assistance in the afternoon and evening. Long Ago. August 17 Genuine picnic and supper on Park grounds of St. Francis of Asslsl church, Bardstown j road and Carter .avenue. Favors the Unsound Single Tax August 20 Eufchre and lotto, n miicLSutherland Cooper Helpafternoon and evening, on Bertrand Doctrine of Henry ed tho Education of Poor ). Hall grounds. George. Children. August 25 iDance (by ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. II., at Sennlng's ; Park. August 26 Annual picnic of St. Ordained In 1815 and Labored Catholics Should Apply ThemAnn's church at Spring Bank Park. selves to Study of the Social Virginia, Georgia 16-1I - I INDIAN MOTORCYCLES Master of Them All CENTURY i CYCLE CO. INCORPORATHD. 405 "West Broadway VOLUME XXXV. PRICE FIVE CENTS. terities were so extreme as to bq almost beyond the power of human;' unuuiuutu iiuu u la lujiuiuuuu luij sanctity was widespread. He visited, Europe In 1830 and after a pll-grimage to the holy places In Pales-- j tine he entered the archdiocese oC Bordeaux under Cardinal Choverusj formerly Bishop of Boston, who died; In his arms July 19, 1836. He died, there himself December 16, 1843J leaving what little he possessed tq the poor. ) j IGNORANCE And Narrow Minded Bigotry Shown ly a Minister of tlic Gospel. . more In accordance with actualities and see men more an they ere. Tumulty, so far as you know or as we know, Is a decent, upright man, from whom the same sort of behavior Is to bo expected as from any upright 'Presbyterian. But hero you are suggesting that he must bo a Noted United States Sanitary sneaking rascal because he Is a Officer Dcclnrcs For Itadi- -' Roman Catholic. Cleanse yourself, cal Measures. brother, of such attitudes of mind. They are not sound and certainly E. 6. 01. not worthy of you. 60RGAS COMING EVENTS. CONVERT ELECTION Results Spell Disaster For the Political Haly-Bcckha- m Machine. convened Monday mornfng when addresses Pittsburgh, National wero the made by Overlooks Fact That Cabinet Is President, the Very Rev. P. J. O'Callaghan, of Chicago; First Dominated ly Men of One Vice President, the Rev. John G. Faith. Vice Second Pittsburgh; Beane, President, William H. Cuddy, oi Boston, and Third Vice President, of Kansas Miss Kafherlne Kelly, ANSWERS City. Father CCallaghan told of LIFE EDITORS OF the wide growth of the temperance movement and declared "there Is a great dominant sentiment that tem about to In the latest Issue of JLlfo, pubi perance is Vice President ourst into Cuddy op llshed in New York City, the follow- triumph."combination of the union example of prejudice posed a ing is an arq with either the Catholic Prohibition which exists among men who but) party or the Catholic. above the average In education, League on .the gr unds that they who are bigoted enough to attempt were political in their activities to create feeling against the Cathn rather than religious. The annual meeting of the Priests ollc church and are not disposed to League of the even grant the members of that Total Abstinence church personal liberty. The follow-- j United States and Canada was held of the corre-- In the afternoon. The following Ing is a reprint which passed between officers were elected: President, the spondonce this blcot. who preaches Christian Very Rev. M. A. Lambing. Scottdale. I, Pa.; Vice President, the Rev. Henry oharltv. and the editor of Life: Our good friend a .Protestant mis- - j, Rellly, New York; Secretary-ReJoseph M. nlonarv In South America thinks that Treasurer, the some sentiments ahout tne uoman o'Hara, Philadelphia. The Very Rev. Peter J. O'Callag-Lif- e Catholic church lately expressed In are hardly stiff enough. He han, of Chicago, was says in part: President of the Catholic Total "About the confessional. It is very Abstinence Union of America at the temporal- - closing session of the convention closely united to tho Well, why? Tuesday night. The other officers power talk always. Take a case. President Wilson says elected were: First Vice President, that Tumulty is his Private Secre- - tho iRev. D. J. Kane, JIazelton, Pa.; tary and It's nobody's business what Second Vice President, William H. Now suppose Cuddy, Boston; Third Vice PresI-thhis religion is. Tumulty is left with all the dent, Mrs. Delia Hackett, New York; care of all of President .Wilson's Secretary, Thomas E. McCloskey, correspondence, and Is even left to Danbury, and Treasurer, the Rev. J. At the take care of things while Wilson Is V. Moylan, Nantlcoke. some tlm afternoon's session Teports of subnot in .Washington President. pro tem, as It were. Sup ordinate unions and the Secretary pose Tumulty is a goou uatnonc ana Treasurer were read. The Sec-o- f Columbus who retary's report showed that the or and a Knight wants to make America Catholic. Is ganization's membership now num- ho a Jesuit? Well, quien sabe? If bers approximately 50,000, of which he Js a good Catholic we will sup- - the Philadelphia union haa 16,930 Suppose ho be- - and Scranton 10,486. The principal poso he confesses. Heves that he must confess overy- - speakers wero tho Right Rev. P. J. thing. Suppose ,that he and tho Donahue. Bishop of Wheeling, and priest to whom he confesses have the Rev. Charles Scanlon, of allegiance to Romo, and that . burgh, JGeneral Secretary of the Rome claims power over every body Board of Temperance of tho will !'qrlajrjjhur.chv TheJUghtjReVt J. F. "Tumulty arid the priest use wh'a't he Regis Cafievln addressed""lhe nlgtit . ... Union In Anti-Saloon Bnsc Insinuations Against Tu TEMPERANCE WORKERS. nmlty, Secretary to Presiannual convention The forty-fift- h dent Wilson. of the Catholic Total Abstinence r 1 M. I. Question. In and through are. AMELIORATION OF PRESENTEVILS study what these ideas C. B. of C. V. . South Carolina. LEFT HIS ALL DIFfERENGE. England More 'Arrogant Insulting Towards' Us Than Gcrhiauy. TO THE POOR Mackln, Trinity and Unity Coun ells have everything In readiness for the second biennial convention of the Atlantic Grand Council of tho Young Men's Institute, which will be hold here August 8 and will bo presided over by Grand President Robert T. Burke, of this city. Tho Tyler Hotel has been elected as official headuarters, the business sessions to be held in tho Italian room, which nil members are invited to attend. An elaborate entertainment programme has been outlined by 15-1- McOermott's Vote Xot Real Test of His Strength With Voters, Courier-Journ- al and Times tempting to Wreck tho Local Democracy. At- A STRONG DEMOCRATIC TICKET " The work of Col. William Crawford GorgaB, Surgeon General of tho United States army. In the direction of the sanitary campaign car ried on in the Panama Canal zone Is known today throughout the world. Tho application of scientific methods to tho work of sanitation lea to a great reduction In tho mortality of that district. In 1904 Col. Gorgas was made Chief Sanitary Officer of the Canal and In 1907 was appointed as a member of the 'Isthmian Canal Commission. In 1914, In recog- J ""? Juggles VarlousjNatlonal Sentiments With aRapldlty That Startles. i i v. i , at (Pitts-swo- rn meeting. i Knows; It is a pleasure to answer this Inquiry. Tumulty will use what ho JEFFERSONVILLE. knows for Wilson, Tumulty, tho Relatives Democratic party and tho people of and friends were The priest shocked Monday when telegrams the United States. anything about the brought news of the death of Ed- won't know President's correspondence. Tumulty mund Coll, son of Mr. and Mrs. won't tell. 'If Tumulty goes to con- - j Maurice Coll, at Laporto, Ind he will merely confess for lowing a paralytic Btroko that not for Wilson. .If ho veloped fatal typhoid fever. Edmund years of ago and should form a habit of confessing ' Coll was thirty-flv-o 1... ...l f In. 'I.TllnAn uv nuu.u In.A Lie jvu. . hrn . n.A ui mo iuubi iiiuniy resDecieu. uo uu . iyjjduu iubo hid 4ftn Our friend Inquires If Tumulty Is a men who ever left Jeffersonvlllo, Jesuit. Presumably not. (Ho seems whore he resided until five years to be a laymian, and Jesuits, as we ngo. A native of Jeffersonvllle, he understand it, are usually priests. received a good education, and upon Anyhow they are celibates. Tumulty leaving school he became a book- is credited with a M'lfe and lively keeper at the First National Bank young family, which would cm-- ! Later he went to Louisville and then . 9 AW t.nMHf.H a. TAn.lt I ilAllnnA tj . uuiiusa n ocouii. ui vumao illre- - i io ianorte. we is survived .hv hH may be faked for political or parents and the following brothers ! llglous purposes, but that is notUnd sisters: Bernard A. Coll. John llkely. As to the suppositions in v. coll, Charles J. Coll and Ernest which our missionary brother writes Coll, of Jeffersonvlllo; George E. us to participate, we can only Join Coll. of San Antonio: .T.iitib Hnll him in part. It is supposable that 0f Chicago; Mrs. Anna McNamara, of Tumulty is a "good Catholic" and Keokuk, and Mrs. Charles A. Edelen, -- .... .... -- . w.. , - U1 uomsviwe. uu.wUUr xno Doay in he must confess everything he knows ! Jeffersonvllle on Tuesday arrivea was or has "sworn allegiance .to Rome." taken to tho Coll residence and 810 TumuUyllvesin Now Jersoy, doesn't East Chestnut street, whereat it re-hWhy, then, should he swear malned tho funeral allegiance to Rome? What does raornIng until st. Augustine'sThursday at church. ii ir1l -, 1 T W. -- Rome want of ,1,1m, or he, ma ' a Jersey ' ReVf il0I2 clatniB and what It gets. Its claims ,jeath. may uu uh iiu nay a. we uuuersianu taction Zdf0Ulii,nfak?ma5o of the requiem high mass, the church b0,n8 thronged with former frl.ends and ns80cIateg who mourned his pather Halpln was celebrant that, having accumulated for a thousand years or more, they cover UlUBl Ul WMUt IB 111 BIBUl, UUX U1UBI. FEAST OF ASSUMPTION. mt, i - A. ...- - t -- anl ??! States? Go chase 5.1.ot??r.un..to heaven jourself, dear anan; nothing of the Christ is the first and Mary is the kind! The Tumultvs no more wish second to experience tho glory of Falling on Sunthe Popo to rule the world than you the resurretcion. want the Presbyterian (Board to rule day, August 15, this feast will be it. You don't, do you? Isn't Dr. solemnly honored throughout the Wilson as much of the Presbyterian world, but especially so at the Cathechurch as you would care to havo dral here, which is a monument to govern this country at this time? this beautiful mystery taught by the Isn't the present Cabinet Just as church. The Cathedral celebration nearly a Presbyterian Hoard as you is always on an .elaborate scale, with floral decorations and could bear? Surely! You may bet special your next month's salary that that brilliant illumination of the sancIn all the other churches Is Just about the way the Tumultys tuary. feel about the Roman Catholic also there will be solemn celebration church. Don't Imagine that they of this feast are to put it ilbor alles. They want ,to say .their prayers tho BARDSTOWN. way they are used to; but beyond that, how much? Are they happier The Very Rev. IFather C. J. O'Con-nel- l, pastor of St. Joseph's church & In countries where there are more Catholics? Are they better prospered Bardstown, was able to be out again In those countries? You see, the past 'week, after an illness that brother, the Pope to the, Tumultys confined him to the rectory and TPatltai . a habit v.. mind, like the Board to . PAilfitart imcnav fpallne. MVmw. w....0. you. You were raised to Tegard tho Is one Connell ...H of the moBt popular priests In the Louisville diocese, and Board, they to regard the Pope. But you and Tamulty both have other the news of hla recovery was everyhabits allegiance !to TJnclo Sam, where hailed with expressions of dereaped for ihe police, obedience to light. your family's true head and Just as your Board habit has to accomnKALTIT BETTER. modate itself 'to all these other The "Right. Rev. Cornelius Van de, habits, so likewise is it wHh his Ven, (Bishop of Alexandria, who waa Rome habit. seriously 111 at Shreveport, has rei linear Presbyterian brother, there turned home. Mis heath is consld wrdly r'?gMp? it In 'your "rev- erably, improved,, thou Ka it, may be erend belfry7 Ton should' try w g& ftevenri weeks .before he eaa resume thwa, but, d Wat you earn think bis aplMopal' duties, over-riorlo- by over-eag- er -- , nition of his work, he was made Surgeon General with the rank oi Concerned in Gqttlng Us Entan Brigadier General. Is- Interesting to noto that this gled In tho War For Her It man, who is beyond doubt well Bciifcfit. versed in his particular work, should highly commending the generous have declared "himself recently in proposition of his wealthy student, favor of tho radical and unsound said he would speak to Mrs. Feton doctrines of Henry George. The occasion for his remarks was a meeting JACK THE RIPPER OF NATIONS about it, but told Mr. Cooper to seo him again after taking a month to of single taxers In tho city of Cinconu'der maturely the step he concinnati, and his address waB pubtemplated and in the meantime to lished in pamphlet form by the Josay nothing to Mrs. Seton about It seph Fels Fund of America, which In its last issuejfiho Boston (HiberOn has been established by the well nian prints an .editorial on our ceiving tho sani" morning, after reholy communion, Mrs. Seton, known soap manufacturer for tho situaspreading of tho single tax pro- relations to tho European war peace the foundress of the Sisters of Charity, who had arrived in Baltipaganda. In his address Col. Gorgas tion that conservative and loving people will approve, at seems more the previous June and had not said: i "Sanitation in my mind has been more than passing strange, it says, yet begun her life work at Em"mtts-- a Very closely associated with single that while tho greater part of tho burg, but was then conducting on1 tax. il am a single taxer, I think, American press condemns Germany boarding school, also called Father Dubourg, her spiritual ad because my life work has been that for vlser and one of the chief lnstrm of sanitation. Sanitation is most It has no words of denunciation needed by the class of people who England, which is by far more ments In the foundation of her would be most benefited by tho arrogant and insulting towards us community. She came to consult to single tax. That poverty was the than Germany has been throughout him as poor ways and means of edu-- t eating children, saying that she greatest single cause of bad sanitary tho whole unfortunate war felt a strong desire to dedicate heiM was very early Impressed conditions We should not forcet that self ,to such work. 'She added that) upon me. .If I should again go into when our Governraenl.suggested the tho support of somegonerous friend a community, suchas Cuba or nma''and.venT" allowed " to select" purchase of' lntened7German' ships' would-- be needed 1; andStthataas&she!. only one sanitary measure, but wore for tho purpose of carrying on busi know Mr. Cooper to be rich she wonJ at the same time given power to ness with other countries, England dered If he would bo willing to give choose from all sanitary measures, I objected. When we sought to es- some of his money for such a purJ. would select that of doubling wages. tablish cortaln rules relative to pose. "That's strange," said Father In our tropical possessions, in Cuba, seizure and search, England objectDubourg to only this very Porto Rico, the PhllloDlnes. Panama. ed. When wo began shipping morning )Mr. her, "fortold me of his Cooper tho result has always come about certain products to (Europe, England he possessed that we havo largely Increased ' objected. In fact we can do no busi- desire to give what children, and tori h wages; the result lias also come ness on tho high seas without the tho benefit of poor about that In all these cases wo have consent of England. Our notes have asked me if I thought you would b I Kreatly Improved sanitation. At been Ignored or, if answered, the billing to undertake the work. Panama tho Commission found that' reply to each has been an insolent told hlra.what I now toll you, thati Is, to consider the undertaking fon In order to attract labor, and keep "" one month without speaking to him n on tne z,one, xney nau to increase superiority that deplores the vul-- 1 about it, and then let me know your and, within a very few months, garlty of our e diplodouble .the wages of the manual macy." Our very boldness in as determination." When tho month had expired and laborer. It does not take onoro than sorting rights where both marine a moment of thought to show to you Britannia concedes she rules, is the him Mrs. Seton and Mr. Cooper told that their desires In tho matted, how such a measuro acts and reacts. height of national folly. She is more remained tho same, Father Dobourg Hesults tako place in many concerned in getting us entangled in but particularly with regard the present war for her benefit than recognized the finger of Providence,! to Increasing tho ability of the peo she Is, by conceding anything, de- and securing tho approval of Bishop; ple to live well and get better food sirous of preserving our neutrality. Carroll the transfer of the money, said to bo about $8,000, was speed-and clothing. "While dwelling upon Wo do not say this from mere thoughts such as these, 1 came prejudice. Our opposition is not fly arranged. Father Dubourg anado little delay across 'Progress and Poverty.' 1 was against Englishmen. Wo are not farm," with its in purchasing "tho small stone house aa, greatly impressed by tho theory and speaking of the individual, but ot an elegant site tor the convent, a was convinced that the single tax England the State. We havo met of the village ol) would he tho means of bringing many Englishmen and found them half mile south spot Emmltsburg, the still about the sanitary conditions I so to bo very companionable persons. by ithe mother house of theoccuplodj Sisters, much desired and was striving for. Wo know them to be brave, court Charity. It was 'Impressed upon me in a con- ageous, generous, and not in sym- of Samuel crete form everywhere, in the pathy with their Government's treat- through whose Sutherland the Cooper, generosity Slstersj United States, in the tropics and ment ofi Ireland and other nations. secured their original property, was) particularly In Panama tho great When therefore wo condemn Eng- 6orn In Norfolk in 1769, and he benefit that some such scheme of land wo do so because we know that amassed a fortune as a shipping; taxation would confer upon sanlta-- i the Government Is rotten to tho merchant in Philadelphia, command-tlon." core and that the average English- Ing somo own shlp3 in thd This statement of Col. iGorgas Is man who boaBts about the liberties East Jndla of his trade, jfo moved in thd but another confirmation of the secured under that glorious scrap of best society, was handsome and well fact that thinking men are, seeking paper, tho Magna Charta, .has about educated and followed the fashion earnestly for some solution of tho as much freedom in directing its of the day, though in; social problems which are at present policy as the Fenian Brotherhood. and culturematters a pronounced religious so urgent Without proper founda- Wo Judge of England from her past skeptic. One of his associates In, tion in fundamentals, they often and the cumulative evidence proa shipping prasr at tho first theory which pre- duced from every part of the globe business, alsoMontgomery, merchant) was William a Presbysents itself to their view. Thus proves her an and terian, whoso wife, Mrs. Rachel 'Progress and Poverty' falling into International of na- Montgomery, the daughter of Samuel tho sanitary officer's hands Just at tions. Harvey, another wealthy tho time that he had been awakened In the present war she juggles the had been converted to thomerchant faith hy to the close connection between ex various national sentiments with a Father Michael iHurley, O. S A.) treme poverty and poor sanitation, rapidity of motion that causes us to and was baptized by him in St won him to tho cause ot single tax marvel at her professional skill. For Augustine's old church, February 2t Had ho gone farther he would have Instance, today she flatters atheistic 1805. After was a constant seen the futility and fallacy of tho France and Italy by ridiculing the attendant at that she the church. She also! doctrines which he championed. Kaiser's confident and implicit faith had charge o the Care of the sancSocialists also claim to havo seen In in a Supreme being. "He und Gotf tuary and altar, as her residence was tho work of thd P&nariia iCanal proof has been the flippant and Irreligious near by, at 128 Arch street, wherq of the. correctness of their conten- - j paraphrasing in English prose and sho died In her year, ad h tlons, and Orago in his book on the poetry of the Emperor's "God be she was born August 11, 1763. national muilds" quotes It as ev- with us!" Wo are sorry to seo that jMrs. Montgomery took an interest) idence of the soundness of his some of our Catholic papers refer In Mr. Cooper and his skepticisms, theory; sarcastically and frivolously to this and it was she who was responsible All of these things In reality but expression of sublime faith. To- for his conversion, not only by her show- the great necessity for Cath- morrow Bhe turns to Catholic (Bearguments, but by furnishing hlmj olics to apply .themselves to the lgium and with Pharisaical horror with Catholic books and by introduci study of tho social question, in order, cries out against the German Ing him to Father Hurley, who put as Pope Plus so well said, "to bring profanation of Cathedrals and him under instruction and baptized forward their own propaganda." In desecration of sacred things. The him in 1807. He then entered 'Sty Catholic social teachings lies the hollow mocking of pretense reaches Charles' (College, where ho pursued sure and sound foundation for an its perfection under the benign in- his studies for the priesthood, and amelioration of presont evils. It, was fluence of English hypocrisy. The lit wjas while there that he was ia4 not Col. Gorjjas who discovered, for Belgian atrocities attributed to Ger sptrea to come to tno assistance ot example, that ioor living conditions many, generous, Mother Seton. He spent some time1 through the ana Dau sanitation are bound up mendacity of England, have been In Rome and on his return was or--j intimately with the question of poor time and time again, proved untrue dalned by Bishop Mareschal, Augwages, That has been recognized for Notwithstanding all the evidence of ust 15, 1818. long" ''by Catholic writers on social deception and had faith on the part (He ministered for a time at old topics. And the remedy which they England we, who oppose her, are Bt. (Joseph's and at St. Augustine's, propose Is not Ibound up "with such accused, by interests the main altar of which, in tho a destructive principle as single of being Irish revolutionists. florid Corintlhan order, he pre-tax, but aims at raising the wages factitious discontents and German eented to the church. 'Hla zeal oar-ef the. workers through, organization price-pai- d rled him to. the missions of Vir-- ) emissaries. when possible, and through legislaAs between German, militarism glnla, ..Georgia and South Carolina; tion when that method falls. Cath- and English brigandism, the former In, which latter State he labored un-- j olics should hasten to. brlsg forward appeals to us as the. lesser evil. ''If der (Bishop England In 1821, Jn cosnr their Ideas, on these matters, and of this be treason make the most of pany with the Rev. (Robert BrownJ course they should .first kaow it" O. S. A, There his lasts and aus- con-trover- By James A. Rooney, LL. D. One morning In December, 1808, while 'Father Louis William Valentine Dubourg, afterward 'Bishop of New Orleans, was President of St, Mary's College, 'Baltimore, Samuel Sutherland' Cooper, a recent convert and once a prosperous merchant, bub then one of his students in the college, preparing for) the priesthood, called on him and. expressed a desire to devote some' portion of his ample fortune to the education of poor children. He said he had heard of the work being done by Mrs. Qeton, then recently arrived from New York, and he askeq Father Dubourg to see if she couldn't be induced to undertake! such a work, Father Dubourg, election results last and the convention committee, which Saturday, while disappointing In a nnonn with n rpoonfinn nt trin, nleni?ln& as a bouse, New Albany, Sunday after- whole, principally because of tha ...' ..if I.. j ... .. U" , .nU,rLh' sustained by the Haly- Foils' 5?"" i. at entertain tho visiting ladles at lunch on Monday, at summer vaude--1 vine ut I'oniuiue r urrj- ravn. on Tuesday afternoon, and at one of tho country clubs on Wednesday afternoon. - 4?rU(1, Monday morning win ITh the will open after "5 mass at the Cathedral. In the HaJy.s p t measure 'of proh,b0lt,o " afternoon there will be an auto- - waa given the worst drubbing ever mobile trip for- - the delegates and administered In State politics, while Tom 'Rhea the "freshments, and at 8CCond choIces Claudemachine, were r n ght there will be a grand banquet relegated to the the ranksand for the at the Seelbach Hotel. Tuesday flrst tlme ,n many 'ars will be taken up with morning and have no representatives on the State afternoon business sessions, the Board of Valuation, nor- will Dan night being devoted to a moonlight oftulHvan be appointed aa, Auditor's rido on the river on the Homer Agent for this district' To prove the Smith. The convention will end unpopularity of the with business sessions Wednesday machine In Louisville is shown by morning and afternoon, when the the results of the Auditor's and eelction of officers takes place. After j Treasurer's races. For some un-tfinal adjournment there will be known and unfathomable reason a trip to Mammoth Cave, returning many of the regular Democratic or-t- o Louisville Thursday night In ganizatlon In this district were to the above tho Louisville suaded at the eleventh hour to ally Convention and Publicity Leaguo themselves with tho machine candl-wl- ll Mackln Qouncil. I a reception and buffet supper Z nlS'"!' r whlh'ct IrVhn1 f JUlf Sf' J?, Haly-Beckha- rolnol tS ad , he per-addltl- on FAVOR PEACE. . Resolutions indorsing tho peace 6 hp hold In Chicago artd-vloc- county, the voters balking at swallowing tho machine pill, having in mind Beckham's ingratitude of last e Democracy, coupled with the fight uiaue on muse two in tne columns of tlie Kentucky Irish Amorlcani Rhea and Terrell wore only able to secure a few hundred majority In the entire dates, but to the credit of local I i "shIrt-Bleev- dlrec-tlon- s, ) Beptember 5 and' JKynd reMmm. organi- - Hcan one. The friends of Lieut, Ing that tho State affiliated with the' H; Central j Gov. McDermott realize that the re- zatlons verein senq oeiegates to tne uneei-- nun um nut snow a goou test of his man muuaanu voters o ing to proieBi against ine conunuwu ( persuanea to vote lor Stanl Ehlnmont Of munitions EuroDe ..were adonted by tho . Natlonali .bellenmrtHiftTie was the stro . .. ' "" " me eve oi tne election, due; of German-America- n Federation Catholic Societies in annual conven - f the fact that the liquor peoplrj tlon at St. Paul. "Every American nau centered their strength behlnc This wa deplores tho war," said 'ho citizen President JosoDh Frev. of New York. I amply shown In districts whero M "and as American citizens they McDermott Is unusually popular, th should protest against any activities returns iurnisning pig majorities t will havo a Stanley, and this case can be applle 1 bv Americans which tendency to prolong the war. This ' 'n many places where voters believe 1 certainly Is not a religious, political that ho was the best man for Goj-o- r Info luT,01"'. but vero hamboozled national question." Introducing Archbishop Bonzano, ' believing that McChesney had untold Apostolic Delegate, President Frey ' strength. With McChesney and tho prohibition suggested that a fund of $1,000 be Question of State-wid- e raised and forwarded to Pope Bene-- 1 eliminated Lieut. Gov. -- McDermott diet to aid In carrying on nis wont ,""""' ""' j""".' ol'V' In the countries Involved in the war. for tno nomination, and If nothing can be charged against; the drn approved the Archbishop Bonzano that they have kept Kentuck m.o Pnno n,i,ii,r , selecting the best (Governor in himself is a "war sufferer." Tho re- - its history. Louisville and Jefferson Arch- -' T?nmo f, LinnH tfl tn ho made a county can well feel proud of tho mi, support given him here, being loyal rnrdlnal was referred to by several ! 'of-war- '.Taknas. a w,lole the Democratic ip"s , ww, A,- A ." n.. ?f ' tw ' see man descent In America hopes tonayArchblshon Ireland made a dlnal," dcclarod ono speaker. The work of the Central Vereln was praised by Archbishop Ireland, who declared ho always had advocated organization among Catholics, becauso It makes for zealous ana at nLla"y- IIIO UUBlUCStn ! ) tho Federation has grown from membership of 31,000 at tho St. Paul meeting of 1899 to a membership of 132,000 at the present meeting. FEDERATION CONVENTION. ,. v.. AI'Plrlns orao,."" a ,'"' ' or Jack-the-fftipp- er fifty-sixt- - h ) j Tho programme was announced the first of tho week for the annual convention of the American Federation of . Catholic Societies, tho largest .. i..MaH In ilia TTnffon States. The convention, which will t.n .H n nVilorln August 15 to 18. will bo attended by a throng of churchmen and laymen from all Barts of tho country. The l'apai Delegate, iMost Rev. John fBonzano, open tho convention with Pontifical mass. Among the pre- lates who have already promiseu to bo in attendance aro Archbishop Messner, of Milwaukee; Most Rev. Joseph Weber, C. ill., oi umcagoi Archbishop Moeller, of Cincinnati; Bishop McFaul, of Trenton, N. J.; Bishop Muldoon, of Rockford. 111.; Bishop Alerdlng, of (Fort Wayne, fnd.; Bishop Hartley, of ColumbuB, Ohio, and Bishop Rlchter, of Grand Rapids. 'Mich, In addition to tho convention proper, two mass meet ings will bo held, at tno nrst ot which, on Sunday, the principal speaker will bo F. Mansfield, of Boston, former State Treasurer of Massachusetts, who will speak on "Divorce," At tho second mass meeting, which is scheduled for Tuesday, Charles E. Fay, President ot of the 'Common Cause Society, Boston, will be one of the speakers to discuss the "Immigration question.'1 The business sessions of the convention will he held in Memorial Hall beginning Monday, August 16, and will be presided over by Hon. John Whalen, of New York. Immediately atter the federation cpnven-tlo- n there will be a meeting, of the of the Catholic Press Association United States! presided over by John Paul Chew, of St. Louis. I 1 " l" " voters away. Speaking ot Louisville and Jefferson county. Democrats here are disgusted with the actions of tho Courier-Journand Times 'It was enough to desert Lieut. Gov. McDer mott In the middle of the campaign, everyone realizing the motives such action; the Influence of the liquor trust, coupled With thej underhanded methods ot Henry Watterson, who on the Saturdal preceding the .primary Injected rq llgion Into the campaign, this ncj coming as a surprise to many, this is following out the policy Prentice, who as one of the Courhi founders was responsible for Knownothlng outrages of 1855. Times and Courier-Journhave use for the present leaders of I city local Democracy or th ministration because the jatto not wllllnc in dn their tilrhlkvt follow their dictation Mindly 3" tho case in former years. To fol their lead and betray Lieut. (Gov. McDermott would have met with proval, and blind with rage the Times Is now attempting to stir up; trouble In (Democratic circles, complimentlng Judge Greene because ot hla appointment of fifty deputies- to Insure fair election, which was en-tirely unnecessary as results proved! but tho Times has never published, statement or explanation as to whs these same .deputies cost tho innd cent taxpayers. The local Democratic ticket fro top to bottom IB a strong one ai deserves tho support of all votel the Judicial nominations being collent, while the legislative aJ municipal nominees all deserve to Ben Washer, .Ray (Blzl and Dr. George Simpson will ad strength as Park Commission nominees, while Joe Huffaker aa Attorney commonwealth's Frank Dugan for Circuit Clerk do incentive enougn lor aiioitiiei Democratic workers and boys. II trenches to get out and roll J big majority for tho ticket, ,An popular nominee Is John O'j who was selected aa. Candida Magistrate ' In the Elfhtt Tenth and part . of thi warus, aeieating ratric a good' natured oonU already being at O'Brien and th. tu in-t!- 11 al J J ap-w- lll - - J 1 jeCBTFXJOKY native land, so dear to me, How sadly now I turn to thee, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Fair Belgium, tho land of loro Through ages past, a light no more; tfce Social tad Morsl A4vtceeaKit et lrlt A:rCMs and Cathellca 9tviHd ie For ruthless war his pall has spread Officially Indontd by Aacleat Order o Hlberalani, Young Mtn's To fill this land of peace with dread. Institute and CatboKc Knlghtt of America. I hAd once mora to tread thy sod Before my soul should rest in God; AMBHICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporate Publlhf But had I health to seek thy shore KHMTUCKY IRISH SINQLE COPY s I'd find thee changed and not of W1SCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR yore. Hitter. IB LaatorlH PaittMU M SmiM-CUWith brothers dear now fighting BnUrad there Wait flmi St. .C4rtitl CommaaliatloRf to th KINTUCK-- 1MSH AMBMCAN, I link today my fervent prayer, That soon tho dove of holy peace Descends to bid tho warfare cease. Rev. G. A. Vantroostenberghe TWADEs(ScduNCrLl St Joseph's Hospital, Lexington, Ky. August 1, 1915. My JU-2- 1 XBtX&iXX AJSaj&XtXCAJ&C AND KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. BELGIUM. $5 nounce rlnu Tf ST. LOUIS RETURN AUG. 14 Seventh Street Station, 9:15 ' p. m. Make reservations now. City Office Fourth and Market BALTIMORE & OHIO SOUTHWESTERN R. R. have returned to their homo at Central City, after a delightful vtelt with Mr. and Mrs. James Tighe at their homo on Cecil avenue. Mr. and Mrs. FONTAINE FERRY "TUB PARK BKAUTIPUI," the engagement Frank Happoll of an- High Class Vaudeville. Homelster of their Lartrest and Most Sanitary Swimming SATURDAY. AUGUST 14, 1915 LOUIS VIDLE, KY to Pool in the South. Milton S. (Michaels. The wedding ALL. Reserved leats on sale at T. P Taylor from tho beginning. The Liberals 1 CHURCH IN POLITICS. will take place in tho early fall. Drug Co. No 3, Fourth near Walnut and radicals opposed it, so did ther Far particulars call D J Hennessy, City 3238. primary Irish Nationalists, who warned thq &83S2C8S3CeC8S3SSS23SSaa Preceding the recent Touring through tho New Eng- ,land States by automobllo last week election a committee of Baptist Government that they would voto ana Mrs. cnaries a. .T. niceson has been on a vaca-- . were ojr. leaders adopted ros61utlons request- against it. But conscription hus Edelen, who attended the Catholic paper gained many friends among the) Hon tho past two weeks. ing every minister and church Foresters' convention at Providence. AND SO VERY CHEAP In Kentucky to work for H. V. f Mc- - radicals lately. Military leaders aro, Misses Mary and Nell 'Fowler are Mr. and Mrs. "George Wallbaum Chesney for the Democratic nomina- seriously considering it. And some visiting relatives In at. Louis. MILES FOR announce the engagement of their tion. In Its last issuo before tho of tho papers which formerly op50 CENTS Monday Jaufhter, M'BB Johanna Elizabeth TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 17, Miss Nellie Kerberg left election the Baptist World contained posed it nre now declaring that to eofse F. Becker, Jr. , Wlnllbaum' for a visit with relatives at Orell. a card of the Rev. John R. Sampey, conscription must be adopted or the, On the Elegent Steamers The marrlago will take place in In honor of delegates to Y. M. I. Convention. Friends of Mackin, wimfiiB. of the Baptist Theological Seminary, war will be lost. nf Mich- - October. ttio- - nfnrnoiin Trinity and Unity Councils invited. Louisville City In which he condescendingly selected land Park, is visiting at Fulton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Bacigalupl Boat leaves foot of Fourth street 8:30 p. m. sharp. in. ONLY BANDITS LEFT. his choices for tho entlro list of State announce the engagement of their City of I modestly stated that offices, and Miss Florence "Reilly left Monday daughter, MisS Ella Rose Bacigalupl, There is littlo likelihood that any; armur acnumann. uno "some other good men are candi of tn nnend two weeks at Harrods lu One of the above steamers leavei tho revolutionary leaders nowj Creek. W.e!din.e'w"i tako p,aco th0 latter the Wharfboat, foot of Third street, dates but the list selected Is worth Btrlvlng for tho mastery In Mexico i kroner. imii cvery Sunday at 9 a. m goes about more because he indicated jjja ever be recognized by this. seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio, Will Open the School Year With Incrcnseil Facilities In Us New Miss Ann O'Keefe Is visiting In choice." What a howl would go up win Miss Mario Lynch, of Syracuse, nr. t..v,..i, m.tc h irn hn.t orrtu as the guest of Miss Mary rived and Greatly Enlarged Quarters, here Thursday evening from a in$r home about 7 p. ra. rfim T?ntr Qnrrmnv nnil ila fnllnwfirfl Government. iPeace in Mexico wlU Frankfort BUch leaderB- They, Powers. e mnntfl'a nrleU flLI rtn. J X&arz If some Catholic priest had dared to ' two weeks here as ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c Miss Angela Nalley, of Portland, ad wl !? do the same thing. Incidentally out ?"" Conducted by Dominican Sisters from he Mother House of the has been visiting friends at Coon "!e suest of Miss Hattlo Hlggins and of eight candidates selected six were rs: Thon"is D. Cllnes, Audubon olTd yonr 0ya an .aucatton that wllJ Order, St. Catherine of Sienna Convent, Springfield, Kv. j.utJ4l7 lO UUIUIU5 IVlb 111U1U Hollow. defeated, which should Induce the toiwu... prepare mem xor uie. uio.. The Academy offers thorough Primary, Preparatory, Comi recognize but bandits, and no self reverend gentleman to stick to his respecting government Mr. and Mrs. John F. Oetken have Miss can afford to, taken an apartment at the Margaret COLLEGH mercial and Academic Courses and special attention is given the Hlggins and ST. XAVIER'S knitting in the future. study of Music and Art. Tnomas D. Clinei , Jr., who spent tho lend countenance to them. 113 W. Broadway, oolsvWe, Ky. Lessons in Needle Work are inc uded in the curriculum. month Of JulV with rplntlvna In Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother. FLANS FOR PEACE. For information address the Academy. JUNIOR AFFAIR. Mrs. Wallace Renfro, Crescent Buffalo urn nni vlalMnn- In y a: Classical. Businew and Sclentino Hill, spent last week with relatives CUse, tne guests of their aunt and Courses. Preparatory Department. Lars Wednesday's press dispatches from cousin, Mrs. An: ia Lynch and Mrs. swimming rooi, wen isquippea uymna. The Fraternal day to in Indianapolis. alum. Terms Moderate. Bro. James. Utt Thomas Rafferty Rome bring Intelligence that Pope bn held tho lnilfr nnrt celebration nf hlo mnntVi Benedict has determined to make a Doi, ., Misses Nell and Jane Bilor left .. mum . u u ui cuieurauon ja8j week for two weeks' stay at iFrank J. Martfin Is vis tin ir at KNIGHTS OF new appeal for peace. According to iuiuv.n.o cij. C0L1IBUS. or tne Junior Northeast Corner Fourth and Breckinridge Streets. i Payne, Ohio, asYthe guest of Leo the newspaper Roma the Pontiff Is can Mechanics,Order of United Ameri- Lake Toxaway, N. C. Brady, and froii there will go to the officers being A Day School conducted by the Sisters of Cbarlty of Nazareth, Kentucky. resolved to use every means within prominent iMIsr lOpnovlfiVfi iT)nwllnir was in ura"a uipias, .Mien., to visit Mr. Tbe aim of the Institution is to give an education at once religious, solid in the latter order, and to his power to bring about tho doslred Bardstown the past week, visiting an,?, Mrs. Edward Tobln. Mr. Martin T t New xaai, wiu interest and refined. make It more so the speaker of tho Miss Beatrice Mann. to his studies at 51! result. Ho will ask the help of the day will be Classical Literary and Special Courses Members Here and Else Baltimore tho middle of September. the National Councilor Latest methods in Voice Culture, Piano, Harp, Violin, Cornet, Harmony, Episcopate, and the newspaper asATIb where. h'nTinfo Ponrv la vlolfln nt of the Junior Order. China Palntinsr, Painting In Oil, Water Colors, Emoroldery, Plain Sewing, etc. serts is even considering tho convocaNew Haven, the Kuest of bsr aunt. ' M1!? Agnes Renn, of New Albany, School reopens Tuesday, September 7. and Edward Frelberger, of Floyd tion of a universal council of tho As a change, why not prohibit the Mrs. W. M. Hatfield. i jviiuus, were umcea in marrlago church at Rome. The Roma, which salo of nrmn in nnr rnvn nlflona? has thirteen District Wisconsin Mrs. James OUIara. of New Al- - T,uesd.ay morning at St. Joseph's . mnr(,ors pnpa nn ,n. does not give its authority, claims to Tho numbe norm or New Albany. Both "" V" bany, is in 'Louis visiting her ?aurcn. havo Information to tho effect that croasInB and thore Ja no appoal frQm sister, ?.Irs. St. havo a nost of friends, many of The first degree was exemplified iHarvey Gorman ' whom gathered at the church Pope has made a personal appeal tho fontnnd. to for a largo class last week at the , pnn hara . .Misses Pearl Jud and Katherlne witness the ceremony and offer con- - Syracuse. to the President of the United States, ' Hmoa mnr Hetherlngton left Wednesday to gratuiations. . .... ........ .. Ten of the victims of tho Eastland . fhA PrABl.lAnfs nf Switzerland and of iuo uuhbu oiuiua xnan in any spend a week In Indianapolis. disaster wero members of the order me vjenira. ana ooum American othw country of the globe, PREPARE FOR CROWD. ln Chicago. 'TCbsmZSiiSh l, The most popular cooking device in republics, as wen as to ine ivings oi Misses Bona and Alice Cahlll have Wichita Knights are now in their Rev. Father Rothheut and the the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, Spain and the Scandinavian counWhere is your noy going to school gone to Hendersonvllle, N. C, to people or new home and will endeavor to make St. Francis of Assisl their council the Ibest in Kansas. tries, asking them to Join with him this fall? Parents should bear in spend the rest of the summer. bakes perfectly and consumes the least I church have prepared for the enter- Forty members in an enon to ooiam at ibubi a mina tne met that Catholic educa tuinment of a groat Catherine next van of Syracuso of Navarre Carapossible amount of gas. fTtaa fTfVlA TtswA jt Tn41nrt will attend the truce preparatory to the opening of tlon Is complete education, and has been visiting In Lexington, the 'A,uead,ay at tho Dlcnlc and suPPer on It is made to last. peace negotiations. While tho lore-- thero are excellent Catholic educa- - suest of Mr. and Mrs. John Burke. ""L church grounds, Bardstown road Alhambra national convention at Binghamton, uu wiuBi uyuuuti ne a inere win irplngis not authenticated, the world tlonal Institutions everywhere Edltqr Desmond and the Catholic IMlss Virginia Meagher, who has dlveisity qf amusements, Including latrtne ropes pence ei- lino uooms, music ana refreshments. Citizen are needlessly worried over been in California for the last (His charge and its STATUS OF nOME RULE. fforts may bo crowned with success. seven months, will return August 15. A cordial welcome awaits nil who the orderKnights future. that the lack leadership and attend. 215 WEST MARKET STREET. initiative seems rather silly. The provisions of the suspensory RETURNING SANITY. .Master Eugene 'Henchey is in In- .. .. .. -. Rev. Father J. P. Mahonoy jr will MOONLIGHT EXCURSION. HES-wuica tne operation or nome dianapolis visiting his aunt, Mrs deliver a lecture on "Tho Church i against religious rule lor Ireland has been and is Georce Mitchell, at the Clermont Tho appeal Tuesday night there will be a de- and tho Bible" to tho members of Intolerance, recently Issued by one held up, are generally mistnter-- . Club. lightful moonlight excursion on the the local council Knights of Columof Buffalo, is a proted. The popular view Is that the i ATfacx Pnoa Pntitilnarinm l niifnif. Homer Smith in honor to liindred citizens bus next Wednesday evening, which niPnQlirn nnatnnnna tVin noloVtllolimnn the and visitors to the Y. M. I. Bubject is sure to prove both enterforcible reminder of tho disastrous of an IrlBh Parilament untll after tho (ng her annual vacation at New effects in any community of the war, whereas the fact is that It does Fork, Atlantic City and other East- - convention. The boat leaves the foot taining and instructive. Tho annual of Fourth street at 8:30 o'clock, outing of the council for tho mempassing craze fomented oy anti- - nothing of the kind. What the sus-- . em points AL. S. SMITH, PROP. and all friends of Unity, Trinity bers and their (families will tako Pensory act does is this: It forbids fcathoHc hlcots and deslenlnir noli- - and Mackin Councils are invited to place next Thursday at Fern Grove, of any steps until after Miss Annie Mines and niece, Kath.he tak,nS ticians. The movement was siartea Soptember 16 next t0 put tho nome priYlA lAf iTTinp hnvA ennn in drtonrl enjoy the river ride. There will be the boats leaving at 9 and 9:45 a. by a (Protestant minister and half rui0 net into operation. It declares the remainder of the summer in music and dancing in addition to m. Members must secure tickets other features. from the Secretary at the club house. i that signers are the after September 18 next any Atlantic City. dftte uffalo for two years past has been Oil may be! fixedVlOby order In coun- - ' MlottOQ FATHER VOLK'S JUBILEE. BOTH PHONES 810. .. ROSE OF LIMA. t mln 'Mrtrtri OM VlAmn Kllln nut fni Till .iml AfofV cam- - . . a center of the . ,f ." "'" "" 'a "nt, .pnoa .mn fn.nv tn The golden iubllea of tho palgn. at has been carried on with tho dat0 to bo B0 flxedby order ln spend a vacation at the Michigan On Monday, AugUBt 30, comes the Father Paul Joseph Volk, founder of feast of our American saint, Rose of bitterness and an unscrupulousness council shall not bo later than tho Lake resorts. 8t. Joseph's Academy at Owensboro, Lima. This holy child of South m i that created distrust botween neigh- - ond of tho present war. These pro-- 1 was happily celebrated on Tuesday. American became a Dominican and ) 'Miss Margaret Klelnjohn will re- bors and seriously affected tho visions clearly and unmistakably in- More than twenty Kentucky priests practiced the most terrific penances, U1UUIU oumiuu; num u rule. WOlfare Of thO City. I,nf In me SiatUS OI UOmO l. . ', SO wppUr' visit in MIrb MaHa nrnttv wu gathered to take part in the celebra- - but the saints .who mortify them- - fcHM-MH- "i In Mt r (After reciting and deploring the, tended to DoatDone oneratinn of tho Minneapolis. A., de from the celebratlon of selves the most are indeed the hap- n.on . : 7the jubilee ten VOUnc Women worn nlnst. Itnv Ond In tint ntitrtnno In ... W. W.W patent aennquencies or tho bigots measure until this conflict has i ..WV WHW..V ths Ursullne Sisters, generosity. St. Rose had tho true Miss Mary Shafer, of Lafayette, !?Y? and urging all to abstain from any ceased another suspensory act would Volk was Instrumental ln the Idea of things. She realized how fnd., is here to spend two word or act that would create ill-- 1 bo, legally essential, or the home the guest of Miss Loretta weeks as ' f atnf f TIgho, round"S of St. Joseph Academy foolish it Is to live for anyone but lrul? act ltself 8hould be leEa"y re Cecil avenue. i years ago. God In this poor life, which soon .. cj ww0n w...- - vu 2Joro tna,.n thirty-flv- o peajea. years Father cry, "wero she cioses witn regret "ior any ana all 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, vrirf: tn0.last few missionary to ends. "Alas,"would wouldthrough the .been, a, go it possible I Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Esterle and causes that havo led up to tbe presTRIBUTE TO SISTERS. hair-da- y :r111' Tetnilng last (May to Ken- - streets barefooted, clothed in little daughter Corlnno left Wednes- ent conditions and we express our; , y t?,.Bpen$r the, remaining years cloth, cross ln hand, to call tho Qlr. and Mrs. J. J. Groff to In hope that out of the experience of; posed a recent article on the pro. in New visit a. as served nrty world to penance. I would say: Orleans. erection of a memorial jv.u.o iu mo pnestnooa. past wo may learn wisdom for 'Nun of the Battlefield," llrs. to the Think of it. Lost for eternity." Ellon fhe Bt. Rose had a great lore for sinners future. Wo urge our follow Ryan Jolly, National President of John Meohan. of Shelbyvllle, left VALUABLE PRIZES. and prayed and did much penance kltizens in carrying out this appeal tho .Ladles' Auxiliary to the Ancient last week for tho Panama Exposl- X Cuinb. Main 2008-conversion, Homo City 200S exert every onergy in fostering Ordor of Hibernians, ipays the fol- -, tlon, Yellowstone Park and other In order to dispose of the many tor their tawing trinuio to tne sisters or .points or interest. aong us a spirit of loyalty and de Charity of Nazareth of Kentucky: handsome and valuable prizes left PREDICTED FOR CARDINALS. lion to our city's welfare." "The main body of tho Sisters of Miss Mary Virginia Howard, who over from tho recent lawn fete the ... . . . of St. Louln BortmnH'o Charity ine experience of Buffalo should, votion towero not alone ln their de- has been the guest of Miss Mary H- members entertainment Committee Prom Homo tho Associated Press JVWVVVlV'V'VVVVVVVWVVWVtWVVWWWWWM the sick and wounded Peckinpaugh for a month in Evanscables that tho next consistory will HOME PHONE 88 jesson ror. other cities in which CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y ii I p",Lgi ve e,ucnre an,d loo next be followed by a Council of Olshops insane hatred has been fosi soldiers. During the trying days be- vllle. returned (Friday. n th0 'awn sur- - ttt which Popo Benedict will create tween 1861 and 1865 no foody of eT!nIn.B I rn,vt HalI the games several new Cardinals, says the It can do only harm to any men or women did more for suffer ngi, Miss Mary Hogan and nieces, ' at .8:30 sharp. The Agenzia Archhlshop To divide its citizenship into. ing humanity than the patient, zeal- - Margaret and Mary Hogan, and Nazionale. reporea tnat Btlons "bitterly opposed to each 1ud ojoiuic. oi Tjuuruy, men ana now Teresa Butler havo been spending """""eo rrom tho about $2,000 Ireland, of St. IPaul, iMinn., ana of Bardstown, Ky. A score of V"8. reazea lawn fete and Monsignor SBeccaria, private chap- the week at ilooresville, Ind. other Is to Invito misgoverament of aesiro to express their appreciation tain of King Victor Emmanuel of in that community offered the worst type. It is tho experience; themselves and their services withIMIsse3 Lucy Riley and Ada Price, ' tnose w,no assisted in making it n Italy, It Is reported, will be among In addition to tho euchre those a'dded to tho College of of every city that sroes through a out pay and without hope of earthly of South Louisville, have been . BuCIcflttho past week visiting i "J I,otto next Friday evening there dinals. campaign of the crazy bigots. rewnra oi any cnaracter. It was In . the spring mu1l)0 music and other entertain-- , JVtc&lxx Buffalo has learned its lesson alter Martin John of 1861 that Bishop relatives and friends at mentS. ThO combination hnnV Spalding sent a formal TmTrnn nw ormrr.n ' MuwmtmmvmiuuuHMMvwMunwtuMWvmuvuM a Wtter experience. Other cities communication to Miss Katherlne liawler, of this awards will be announced that oven- Gen. Rofoert Ishould profit by its example. Anderson, of .Fort Sumter fame, then city, and Miss Nellie Lillis. of Frank- - ns' Faille is foelng pushed again. . . . 9 IU T t i. There is no doubt that the anti- - in vummana .Piquant little feather toques fignoxoits Bisnop. oraze is diminishing rapidly Kentucky, tendering the services of week of Olrs. Denlns Ryan at Shel-th- e ure conspicuously. pathollc Sisters of Charity of Nazareth to byvllle. this country during the past few; nurse tne sick and wounded sol Fashionable petticoats must flare; In all profoabillty the first apedges, i nths. Its fomenters aro at their dlers. Their services were willingly Funeral Directors Miss Hattle Hlggins will entertain pearance of. Dr. Joseph S. Glass, at the ower Nono of tho autumn clothes modes Hts' end io find means to keep it accepted and the understanding was this afternoon at her home, 732 Bishop-eleof Salt iLake Gity, as a show any Tadloal changes. street, ln honor of "citizen" of Utah, will ing. Ia the nature of things, it that the Sisters wore to work in tho Twenty-fourt- h Embalmers. hospitals in and around Louisville. her cousin, Miss .Marie Lynch, of Utah day exercises at thebe at the sailor hat will The San Diego Must long. All such crazes Three largo manufacturing in not Exposition. Dr. Glass, who is one figure in autumn millinery. Syracuse. estabCIO XTC3EXR AVKISrUES le and quickly and usually a reac- - lishments in the city of jLouisvllle or the most brilliant orators on the Advance models show effort td TeUcaeaa 181k, had been placed at tho service of lon follows them. We do not expect Mr. and Olrs. John Hession, 803 , coast, has foeen Invited by Gov. Spry again force the long coat suits. f street, have to bo one of the speakers at the leligious prejudice to disappear the Government and were being used feouth Thirty-secon-d The dark blue taffeta makes an entertaining Mrs. Thomas Utah day exercises in San Diego and excellent frock for street wear. ) rom this country for many years to as nospitais e at that time. There been First Communion Books were twenty-threSisters in tho Anderson and Miss Nellie Anderson! m u9 erC1Bea oi tne The liking for black ln all sorts! ome But its peculiar and violent three hospitals, in charge of an of Chicago) ' to become his 0f material shows no sign of , State which is soon Markers and Mausoleums. lanifestations during political oam- - array surgeon, .and they worked . Kniaats of Columbus o in. ROSARIES Send for our illustrated designs tlgiiR are always short-liveMrs. 'William iLeahy, of Sullivan', rL,s Angeles are planning to escort Ranitvi faithfully from their entrance Into newftBt tea jacKet 1naf aa; a ha is the hospitals until the close of the Ind.. whriiiiau been, vlsltlne Mr. or.,i him when he Imv iha .noaf itv SCAPULAR MEDALS we ror tne fttreet as Xor tn aad prices. is to most of the victims and war without a cent of compensa- - Mrs. Hunger Brucker" , ?" in the High- ?or Salt Xake City. Large and new stock to select again go their way sadder, hut; tlon." I WBK. lands, is the guest of her father, Dr. See oar sew book, ''How ie Get The new style hats are small In) from all hi eh class work. for their experience. IOB CRBAK PBSTIVAL. J, W. (Fowler. Ma.ried." closely Blze and follow summon ERECTS INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. New Muldoon Monument Co. Every Devotional Ariiole here. CONSCRIPTION. The conareaatlon of the Church nf Hnee Mrs. M. (Lawless. Miss Mary Law No trouble te ahtrw ioodm. A magnificent new industrial less, Mrs. T. McHugh and Misses the Blessed Sacrament will entertain Apparently fur is to he as much) 652 South Third St.. tlon ln Great Britain school is being erected at Whyte'et Mary and Agnes Mdllugh have ra ith an ice cream festival on the U8ed ror trimming as It was las Ferry, Buchanan and Winter. a matter of the aear, oeee "Wyoming oouatr. Ay lb a dloj turned from a triD ta Ailanlli (fm-- oturch erounds. of Seranton. The ma&M will and (Philadelphia. ' Taffeta is promised a contlnua-- t Rogers Church Goods Co. Washington streets, next Wednesday ' Duvetyn will have greater vogue Tory yi&itT kava oost In the iMigkfborli oB evening, and a good time is promised than it had last season, both fori tlon for evening frocks . and iM 129 S. FOURTH AVE. malltanr servlcsj $160,000. Mrs. ,Van O'Daniel and children i1 who attend. ' trenendously practical for suob. usel Cl'tlf! salts and eoatfl. g! Free Bertram',. Monne. The wedding New ReitaurantDancing Band Concerts will take place In September. rtrtoo .flAnatrlva TTnnnall their Many Added Attractions! Amusements Galore! tn TRIP TO MAMMOTH CAVE TWO DAYS, AUGUST TWO ROUTES. 18-19. Y. M. I. SOGIETY. SE Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,S.VS"1, I SHEGIAL TRAIN. LIMITED NUMBER. EXPENSES $9.75. SIMPLY CHARMING I Y. M. I. MOONLIGHT HOMER SMITH 150 150 of yue Cincinnati HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY FOURTH STHBI3T. 'ot , ,7 thh """ , - T T" tLl.Tt -.. Pa I - 1 I I PRESENTATION ACADEMY I ren I ,.,. . ' ! I . QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE II . , GEHER & SONi'QRAN W. SMITH'S SONFuneral Director lL 1 W(HlHllBmltIHtWWi and Embalmer dele-gct- es ! . -- ..-anti-Cathol- ic .;'t " ttt 809 WEST 1EFFERSON STREET ' ...... -- ....i , ' l,l.i t "" frwt ... . ... -- -- W f,u iH,. DOUGHERTY & McELUOH Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONBJS. n p' ". . $4HMM"HMIl"wo'"I"II..tlIl.illl, . :,ai,efl?"n - J. J. BARRETT'S SONSf FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Sis-to- rs I Car-spendi- ng Terre-Haute- I " 822 3Ed(st Streeta I .. -- I I 1 I MONUMENTS H.BOSSESON and ct wide-brimm- ed wan-residen- ce. d. I I i ; kjskttxjojk: Surrounded by friends and enjoying a pleasant evening at her home, Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly Mrs. John M. Colemnn, of 2713 "West urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements Chestnut street, was stricken with they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readheart disease Monday night. Mrs. Coleman was host to a number of ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. friends and neighbors, and up to AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES the time of the attack during the last SHALE BRIOE g was aphour of the Distributors Of MADE BY parently in no danger of illness. Coral Ridge Clay Products Co. FEDERAL TIRES Suddenly she sank to the floor, surare the VULCANIZING rounded by her guests, who tenderly BEST BRICK MADE IN FALLS CITY VULCANIZING CO. bore the prostrate form to the 1101-0- 3 JEFFERSON COUNTY East Broadway peacefully bedroom, she where Bldg. passed from this life. Mrs. Coleman Sales Office; 1010 FREE SERVICE and had a wide acquaintance Home Phone Shawnee 1724 CELEBRATED Throughout St. Charles parish her P. I. BURKS & COMPANY EXTRA BRAT WURST death is sincerely mourned. Be(INCORPORATED.) WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS sides her husband she is survived MANUFACTURERS OP &. J?. BOaiTWASSEB 00. by two daughter, Misses (Marie and Incorporated PIANO PLAYERS Margaret three- sons, Coleman; 923 GEIOER STREET Modern rlaer Dullt In Your Own Fiano, Home Phone 1802 and 377 Flanos and Fiano Flayers Repaired and Tuned. Frank, Henry and Donald Coleman; Cumb. Phone Main 877 8 AVcst Walnut, Louisville a sister, Miss iLottle McDonald, and ASK TOUR DEALER FOR XT three brothers, Thomas, Charles and William McDonald. Her funeral ENGRAVERS AUTOMOBILE TIRES was held Thursday morning from St. Charles church, of which she had SOHLICH ENGRAVING COMPAN been a devout member and one of I EC Puncture Proof ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS Its most earnest workers. The high merry-makinInter-South. Xj&x&jec &jMnE&RXOA2sr. BUYERS The Catholic Orphan Society and Its officers are much elated over the Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly success of the Fourth of July picnic, urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements which cleared over $5,000, an they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readamount sufficient to enable the society to continue the many imers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. provements already begun at both St. Vincent's and St. Thomas' Orphanages. One of the most ImARTHUR A. WILL portant of the improvements is the Home Phone City 5813 modern laundry, the gift of Owen T. Sullivan, President of the Home Laundry '.Company and one of the 2431 Montgomery Street few Hfo members of the society. Tho machinery and equipment, stationed Home Phone Shawnee 1010 at St. ThomaB Asylum, has been tried and found perfect in every detail. It FUNERAL DIRECTORS has been planned to make the formal presentation to 'Bishop O'Donaghue RATTERMAN BROS. on Sunday afternoon, August 22, at AND IINOU LAYER Ed H. Ratterman, Manager 3 o'clock. Every member of the soFuneral Directors and Embalmers ciety Is urged to be present and a Home Phono Shawnee 484 220 South Eighth St. oordlal invitation Is extended the general public. Take the Bardstown 2014 Greenwood Avenuo road cars to Carter avenue, from THEO. WOLF SOMETHING NEW where Jt Is but a short walk to St. Thomas Orphanage, where th BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor UcMiBg presentation will take place. ICE CREAM J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. Homo Phone Shawnee 1914 BURNS PROVED FATAL. Steam and Hot Wntcr Heating Special Prices to Lawn Fetes and 111 27. THIRD STKEET With regret we announce the Picnics. Twenty.slxth anil Portland Avcnuo Home Phone 7846 Cumb. M. 1692 death of Mrs. Catherine McCann, beloved wife of Owen iMcCann, which JOHN B. WATHEN THOS. J. BR0DERI0K occurred Thursday morning at tho family home, 187 Coral avenue. Her FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE death resulted from burns suffered WAGON OR VAN sixteen days before when her cloth 2525 West AVnlnut Street Homo Phone City 4392-- J Ing ignited while she was burning rubbish in the rear yard of her PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY 1000 Zane Street home. Mrs. IMcCann leaves her husHomo Phone Shawnee 1986 band and four sons, Owen M Jr., Home Phone 1191 HENRY SCIIUH B. Huntoon, Shay and Warren McCann, and four daughters, Misses 1403 SouUi Seventh Street Hollenbach's Wine House Rosana, ' Catherine, Nellie and Home Telephone 2147 Verna iMcCann. She wan a memhsr Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprietor of tho St. Frances of Rome church, Importer and Dealer In Meat and Vegetable Market irom wuero the funeral took place. WINES AND LIQUORS Fine Teas and Coffee Butter a Specialty 144 South Third Street CARDINAL GIBBON'S DAY. ORPHAN SOCIETY ELATED. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS DEATH 'A SHOCK. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. 0. H. DIVISION 1. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lieder-kran- z Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Vice President Claacy. RELIABLE GLIDE FOR CAREFUL President Financial Mark Ryan. William Cushlng. Secretary Edward Recording Secretary James P. iBarry. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. DIVISION 2. Meets II Iffl BUILDER - 1000-100- Keaney. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Joseph Lynch. Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. Recording Secretary John T. Secretary Edward J. Hel- - First Wednesday Llederkranz Him ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky S8C W. Main St., Homo Phone City 6674 LLL Pneumatic TinpC IKL J Financial Kelran. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s 700 W. BROADWAY BAGS. Manufacturers of Sacks for Flour Mills, Grain Dealers, Produce Men, FerUUzer, "All Ready for Your Griddle In the Dried Grain, Ice, etc. Write for price on anything- you may want in the Sack Morning' line. SAUSAGE HAMS, LARD, J. S. WALKER & Co., LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. 211 W. Main Street, Louisville, Ky. (Incorporated.) Long Distance Telephone Connections SLICED BACON "SOUTHERN STAR" TRUGTURAL IRON WORKS. Foundry and Machine Shop. GRAINGER & CO., Incorporated SHOE REPAIRING AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING COMPANY 114 West Market Street lonlavUle, Xy. Home Phone, City 6381 Old Shoes Made Hew. Work Done While You Walt. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. INCORPORATED Tenth Street, Louisville, Ky. ' IRON AND HEAVY HARDWARE. N Carriage and Wagon Woodwork and Hnrdwaro TODD-DONIGA- 800-81- 8 CO., HtON Incorporated W. Main street. CASKETS AND UNDERTAKERS', SUPPLIES. (Wholesale Only.) NATIONAL CASKET CO., Incorporated Eleventh and Magazine Streets. O'Donaghue for the past several years, has been appointed Chaplain OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH at St. Thomas Orphanage, to suc'HOLLENBACH" PURE RYE ceed Rev. Father James O'Connor, Louisville, Ky. who died last month. Rev. Daniel 028 W. Main St. A. Driscoll, who was ordained In St. Louis on June 11 and read his first JOS. F. BOEHLER mass at St. John's church the SunJEWELER day following, has been nppolnted to REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY succeed Rev. Father Monaghan as Secretary to the Bishop. 551 South Shelby Street Between Madison and Chestnut COLESBURG PICNIC. Home Phono, City 9459 Distillers Of esteem in which 'Mrs. Coleman was lon. held was attested by the many present at the mass of requiem and DIVISION 8. the feeling tribute paid her memory Meots 1st and 3rd Monday at Hiberby Father Raffo. nian Homo, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President John M. Moloney. FATHER WESTERMANN. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. Recording Secretary Thomas The Rev. Father Westermann, the venerable and beloved pastor of St. Kllleen. Financial Secretary John J. Hes- Mnrv'a nhnrMi TMcrhth atroaf 4a oMl! confined to St. Joseph's Infirmary. slon, Jr. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Father Westermann has been a sufSergeant-at-Arm- B Martin Kale- ferer from rheumatism for several years, and while his improvement is her. Sentinel Thomas Noone. rather slow his congregation and friends will be glad to know hlscon-dltlo- n DIVISION 4. has changed slightly for the i better. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. CLERGY APPOINTED. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Rev. P. M. Monaghan, who has Financial Secretary Thomas J. been Secretary to iRIght Rev Bishop Langan. Thomas Hannan. John P. DISTILLERS. Incorporated W. Main Street. Kentucky Weller, Old Barbee, Fay-MuRegJ, C. W. Whiskies. Sole Owners Main istered Distillery No. 32. Phones 2E86-A- -, City 5253. 720-78- JOHN T. BARBEE s, & CO., St. Clare's church at Colesburg HOME KILLED MEATS will hold its nnnnnl fnatlvni now Murphy. STATE FAm MEAT MARICET Baturday In the beautiful grovo near Second A of the Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition have requested Recording Secretary John J. Cardinal Gibbons to set a date for a "Cardinal Gibbon's dnv" nt tho fnii Barry. The general esteem in which tho Treasurer Pat Connelly. Sergeant-at-Arm- s is churchman Thomas Far-- uaiumore held prompted tho officials tn not nnMo n rell. day In his honor. A special car was Sentinel M. J. McDormott. offered him to travel across the country, so that ho would not be disY. M. I. comforted In the least. While the Cardinal appreciated tho honor it MACK1N COUNCIL, 205. was proposed to pay him, ho has not Meets Monday Evenings at Club reached a decision accepting the inHouse, 344 North Twenty-sixtvitation. President John J. Lynn. First Vice President John W. TOLEDO IS READY. h. Tho officials OEM LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY CURTAINS CAREFULLY LAUNDERED BY HAND CHARLES WILLMAN PLUJD3ER Home Phono City 1396 1204 Both Phones 508 WM. SHEET ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR 1383-- L. West Mnrket Street METAL 4105 Henry Street Homo Phone, Shawnee Homo Phones Shawnee 592 and 593 Special Rates on Large Orders THE VELVET TIP ICE CREAM CO. Incorporated. ICE CREAM and SHERBETS $1.00 Per Gallon S. E. Cor. Twenty-fourt- h and Romaa Vice 0 Full Lino of Fancy Groceries Both Phones Call and Give Us An Order WE SELL FOR CASH CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION PLUMBING CONCRETE BLOCKS p. m. COLUMNS, ART STONE Contracting Engineer, Steam and Executive Committee Frank G. Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank Estimates on AH Classes of Work Hot Water Heating and THIRTEEN NEW BRANCHES. Sanitary Plumbing Geiler, A. W. Andrlot, Both Phones John R. Homo Office: 440 Second Street ISunreme President OnniHn nt fhd Barry. Ventral Concrete & Construction Co. LOUISVILLE. KY. Catholic Knlehts of Amnrlrn In Tilq 961 Hamilton Avenue RITTER-HENNING- S AND nEATING CON TRACTORS II. W. NEWMAN Refreshments, P. Schadd. nf nil bimia fnr Treasurer George J. Thornton. the entertainment of visitors. The Financial Secretary A. C. Link. Recording Secretary William G. ladies will serve a fine country dinner for twenty-fiv- o Buckel. cents. Half-far- o rate Can be ohtnlnnri frnm TnnlaTrllln Marshal Harry Alberts. train leaving Tenth and Broadway at Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. b:o a. m., returning arrives at C:55 Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfelf-fe- r. uooin-- s music and station. camps President Martin CO. A. L. GUNN Receivers and Shippers of Hay and (BAKER AND CONFECTIONER Manufacturers of Shur- - ICECREAM 's ' Grain.1'oultry anaStock --Feeds Plecz Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed SI Per Gallon, All Flavors Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo 1104 South Seventh Street Incubators and Brooders Phono City C574 LOUISVILLE, KY. Gen'l Mgr. Gerrard, Pres. John Hardy, Vtce-PreAMERICAN IKON WORKS XTOXJJNTJO Incorporated BOILER MAKERS MACHINISTS Old Clothes Are The Place Where General Jobbing1 Repairs . Oxygen Welding, Cutting and Brazing. Mado to Look Like New." Plate Metal Work and Steel ConstrucSPALDING DRY CLEANING CO tion. AUTO REPAIR SHOP Phones Main 411, East 145, City 8611 PHONES 1887. HouUville, Xy. 534 E. Main St. C. H. & s. August letter announces that since AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. nay 1 tnirteen new branches have been organized. Reports from many States indicate that there will be a remarkable imt InnrpARo in momimr. Timely Record of Some Memorship during the last naif of the year, able Events ii? the Catholic BISHOP AUTOMOBILE TOPS AND COVERS FORD TOURING CAR COVERS Toledo Is now ready for tne conWholesale Manufacturers of vention of the American Federation $9.00 of Catholic Societies, which meets HARNESS AND STRAP WORK FALLS CITY BUGGY TOP CO. there August 15. This promises to 128-13- 0 South Floyd Street Cumb. Phone M. 1004-- A be the largest convention yet hold, as nearly all the Catholic Phone City 1748 national 110 South Scvcnta Street, Louisville organizations will be represented by M. J. WALLSIIIELD their officers, as will also about B. H. BUETER thirty Catholic institutions of naCLEANER AND DYER OF LADIES' tional Importance. Practically all SURGEON VETERINARY the Stato and diocesan federations AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL HORSE SHOEING will semi delegates, those from Home Phone 3117 Louisville being President Peter S. 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET Cumb. Phone S. 1640 Oanz and Mrs. Ganz, Councilman Homo Phone, City 2365 Seventh nnd Oak Streets Thomas Dolan, Jacob Hubbuch, Lawrence J. Mackey, Col. H. A. Home, City 981 Cumb. S. 981 Vonderholdte and L. H. IRapp. HODAPP & MILLER - GIVES ITS SHARE. HORWUNG 2121 Osage Avcnuo GUARANTEED $2.00 PIANO TUNING $2.00 MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF SCnULER. The consecration nf mlnhnn.olwt Schuler, of the new dioceso of E raso, win taKe place early In Sep tember In the Denver Cathedral The Archbishop of Bante iPe will be. the consecrator, assisted by the Dishop of Denver and other dlgnty ' taries yet to be chosen. STUDENT FROM MALACCA. THE OARRELL-ROGER- S CO. Incorporated. CARPET CLEANING, RUG MANU FACTORING AND WALL PAPER CLEANING Telephone City 2357 058-5- 0 South Clay Street JOHN B. WALTERS' TELEPHONE 2W A student from Malacca, Straits Settlements, lately arrived at the R. JEUNESSE American Foreign Mission Seminary, Ossining, N. Y. Ho is a Euraslnn, BUILDING CONTRACTOR about seventeen years of age, speaks English as his native tongue, and 810 YORK STREET has passed successfully the Cambridge University preparatory exLouisville, Ky. amination. This youth traveled Phono South 1753 Borne 15,000 miles to reach where he desires to prepare FRA2STS tor the priesthood anil return to the Far East as a mlssioner. Mary-knoll4 CATHOLTC PRESS MEETING. will hold its fifth annual convention at Toledo, Ohio, immediately following tbe adjournment of the American Federation of Catholic Societies. Bishop Schrembs will attend and Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. LOUISVILLE. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE The Catholic Press Association KT, deliver an address. The convention will open August 19 and continue tor three days. ARCimisnop's OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. popularity JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. THE t LOUISVILLE, KY, THE BEST $1, $1.50, $1.00 BOX DELUXE $2 HATS AT (our Saturday Special i the most remarkable Flower value obtainable. Other BOXES DE LUXE at $2.00 and $3.00. ConpoBB with every par-olias- e. Place Year Orders Friday for Delivery Saturday. JACOB SCHULZ Sbitt 1S73 THE FLOWERS 8HOP AT All the late and new Styles and 3bapei can be faund here at reaioaable prices. SURROUNDED BY KENTUOKLYNS, Some time ago Gov. Hammond, of Minnesota, received an invitation from the General Committee of the Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition at San Francisco to designate the greatest living citizen of the Stato of Minnesota in order that the exposition might honor him on a day to bo set aside later. The Governor appointed the following committee to make the soletclon: Hon. T. D. O'Brien and Henry Von'der Woyer, of St. Paul, and John McLaln, Rev. J. E. Bush-nel- l, and Dr. Frank Nejson, of Minneapolis. The St. Paul Pioneer Press, with permission of the committee, opened a popular contest to allow the citizens In general to indicate their preference In the matter. The committee of course Is not bound by this popular vote. The result of the contest, which closed Saturday, July 24, showed that the first and second places were won as follows: Most Reverend Archbishop Ireland, 49,904 votes; Dr. Cyrus Northrop, President emrltus at tfie University of Minnesota, 40,163 ' votes. CATHOLIC UNIVERSITIES. t 550 S. FOURTH AVENUE. HERRMANN WPIRTUS BROS. LIQUORS. FINE WINES AND DUtlers and Wholesale Deal- ers In finest Barnda of Kentucky WhLfttM, especially. IN BOND. Pearl 6f Nelson, ? BOTTLED "as President Wilson is pretty well surrounded in bis coming in and out by Kentucklans. A hetty young man who bails from Hopkinsvllle Is the secret service man who shadows the President on any particularly demonstrative occasion, and one of his naval aides is ILiaut. Berry, of Newport, while the President's pastor? Rev. James (H. Taylor, is attached to Kentucky by many strings, one of which is a recently conferred degree of Doctor of Divinity from Central University of Danville. The leading Catholic universities In the United States last year were Georgetown University, with 196 teachers, 1,628 students; Marquette University, with 240 teachers, 1,670 students; St. Louis University, with .252 teachers, 1,471 students; iFord-haUniversity, with 154 teachers, 1,626 Crelghton Unistudents; versity, with 150 teachers, 1,232 students; the Catholic University, with eighty-fiv-e, ra studenta; Notre Dame UnlvajUy, with ninety teachers, 1,150 aMHratg. teac'hera, 1,307 The parish of the Holy Family; Oldenburg, Jnd., comprises onltf 212 families, but In the work for tho Church and State it compares favorably with any of Its size. It; By James A. Rooney, iLL. D. August 16, 18G8 The Right Rev. has given tho church one Bishop, members James (now Cardinal) Gibbons, nine priests and forty-si- x consecrated Bishop of Adramyt-- ) to the Franciscan Sisterhood. Of, turn and appointed first Vicar these Sisters, five have celebrated Apostolic of North Carolina, com-- their golden jubilee. prising the entire Stato, which, BOGUS PRIEST JAILED. had been separated from the dlo! cose of Charleston, S. C. A man giving the name of WillAugust 17,, 1854 Tho Rev. Francis McNelrny ordained by Archbishop iam Bell, of Eddystono, Minn., who Hughes; appointed successively was arrested some weeks ago, acchaplain, Chancellor and Secret cused of collecting funds while representing himself as a priest, tary; consecrated Bishop o Rheslna nnd Coadjutor of Bishop pleaded guilty last Monday before Conroy, of Albany, N. Y., April 21, Judge Ralston, In tho Quarter Ses1872; succeeded to the see Octo- sions Court and was sentenced to ber 16, 1877; died January 2t the County Prison for eighteen months. 1894. August 18, 1640 D. (Bernardino dq MAY LEAVE HOUSE. Cardenas, O. S. F., preconized IBlshop of Ascuncion, Paraguay; Political experts who have been consecrated 1641; transferred to see of Santa Cruz de la Sierra watching tho New York Stato situaDecember 11, 1668, and succeeded tion are Inclined to believe that Repof by D. Gabriel de Gulllestlgui, O. resentative John J. Fitzgerald, S. iF., Commissary General of thq Brooklyn, N. Y Chairman of tho House Committee on Appropriations, Franciscans In Peru. ' August 19, 1753 Death of the Rev,1 has a :falr chance to leava tlm Timmn Joseph Greaton, S. J., first res- and become a member of the Su preme of tho ident priest in Philadelphia. Hq York. CourtFitzgoraldState of New Mr. is prominent bought the ground on which the In tho councils of the "KnJphfn n- first chapel was built on the site; Columbus. of old St. Joseph's church, BtlH. standing, PRIEST'S MILITARY HISTORY. August 20, 1876 ,The Right (RevJ James O'Connor consecrated; The colden sncnrdntnl liiTillnn nf Titular Bishop of Dlbona and avt pointed Vicar Apostolic of Omahaj Rev. E. W. J. Lindesmlth, which Neb.; appointed first IBlshop of was recently celebrated In CleveOmaha on the erection of that land, serves to recall the faot that history of the vendiocese, October 2, 1885; died the military erable nrlest'a f.lmllv In nnrhnna tha May 27, 1890. August 21, 1869 Cornerstone of; most remarkable in known American e A Dortralt of rthe Newark, N. J., Cathedra annals. Chapel of Our Lady and St, Pati Ffether (Lindesmlth nilnrno iha arn11n rick laid by the Very "Rev. Dri of the main building at Notro Dame Corrlgan, then administrator of; University. A brass plato attached to the frame records tho following: , the diocese. Father Lindesmlth was a chaplain in the United States army; ho is a ERIN'S PRroE. COUSin of ntnetenn snlrilnra nf fhn Years may come and years may go, civil war from a brother- Rippling waters cease to flow, oi a soiaier or the civil war; KHIarney's verdue change Its green, tho of a of the The lakes refuse their silvery sheen; Civil brotherson of Lieutenant nnlrflnti a volnntPAr War: No matter whatso'er botlde, of the grand- Indian There still remains fair Erin's pride. nepnew Seminole soldiers war;tho war or two of of grandson of a soldier ofl Staunch and sturdy still he stands, uie 1812;oi war granunephew lsia; His fame o'ershadowing other lands, of two soldiers of great Revolutionary! the St. Patrick, patron saint: We sing war, and a maternal grandson of a Your praises while tho church bells soldier of the war of 1798. Thid ring; portrait Is one of tho may your memory llvo to chide DalntlniTS at Nntrn Tlnmomost prized And tiav TnVin All that defame fair Erin's pride. Cavanaugh, President of the' great university, was oaptizea ny Fathen SIXTY YEARS. Lindesmlth, and preached the serRight Rev. John J, Milan, mon in Cleveland on tho nciDolnn if The Bishop of Hartford, Conn., on last his golden Jubilee. , Sunday celebrated his sixtieth birthday anniversary. (Bishop Nilan was CLEANING OLOTnES. ordained on (December 21, 1878, and was consecrated April 28, 1910. !For cleaning white clothes of any There are over 442,000 Catholics In kind, especially white wool, use the the diocese, served by 389 priests. common block magnesia. ILay garment on table and rub magnesia into EVER THE SAME. It thoroughly; roll up and lay away The Catholic ehurch Is always a for a few days. Then shake out and house of worship and never a politi- brush with clean brush. It will cal rostrum. The priest who would look like new and save many a dry so far forget his sacred calling as to cleaner's bill. Now that the sason preaoh a political sermon would of white clothes la here It is quite spieadily 1 taken to task by his necessary to know hew ts clean Bishop. theaa garmeate at hone. 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET CONFECTIONER AND CATERESH History of America. REPAIRING Phone Shawnee 1253 Weddings and Parties GTvcT Special Attention Charles Wolf, Manager SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT BANK C. G. STIGLITZ & SONS MANUFACTURERS Louisville Made Furnaces S. Ninth St. Home Phone City 2542 210-22- 2 Fourth nnd Central Avenue Interest Paid On Time Deposits Wo Solicit Your Business C. t I'AINTS, OILS AND VARNISIIlib F. BENDER PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS VERIBEST MIXED PAINT STRASSEL-GAN- S PAINT CO. 213 West Market Street DAIRY Ice Crcnm Manufacturer Special Prices to Churches and r" Picnics Both Phones First and College Streets JERSEY PRANK mill BREWING CO XNCCHPORaTED J life-siz- Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE, KY. 5c DRINK 5c 1861-186- 5; GERMAN BANK in-la- w Citra-Col- a Gee But Its Good! AT FOUNTAINS AND CAFES POTATO MUFFINS. muffins, boil To make potato d white potatoes; put three them through the colander, and add to them a tablespoonful of butter and a teaspoonful of salt. When this has been beaten well, blend with cup of snllk and add two It eggs beaten well withdut separating. To these ingredients add enough flour to make a soft battex, about two cupaful, In which one teaspoonful of 'baking powder hac ben sifted. Bake In muffin Tinge, good-sizeone-ha- lf Fifth and Market Sts. N FRED ERHA1 ARCHITECT NORTON BUM N.W.CtmrFwrth iCETXjpifcY IRISH AHraXIOAl?. T3TS! 441 't"t"M"l "!"M"M Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge! N. WH fl t''Wl-"H"1''- l"H"M-- "I- ! Ht" A BOOK FILLED WITH ;niiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiniMinnmmnnKHMn I W.COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON. Manager Bllgor announces the engagement of Miss Pearl Dawson, a ragtime singer, well known In the ' East, where she is said to have been every conceivable attri- Here are Suit that, for featured with a number of blgV Doing musical productions. A now pro- Record of the Most Important of bute of style, cut, fabric and finish, are unrpproach- - ;; What They Have Been ;; gramme of tho free outdoor moving the Past Week General the Recent Events Culled : able, even at their former prices pictures will bo offered each The further reduc- - : News Notes. BIG SAVINGS Suits $12.75 t fcftatei Will Open an Account at the American National Bank. They're Good as Gold. I l BLUB STAMPS week- - Iherman Straus rcopawo rOURTH AVCHUe sons ' MARKET STREET HIIDCKIIrtlliJ. RCDM AWQ This Is Interesting News For Hotels, Restaurants IRELAND. and Housekeepers. t : ;; tions now announced make the moment powerfully ..I opportune for your purchasing. From Exchanges. I ii ' ' '. ; ; Formerly Sold at S18 and $iO A splendid collection of Suits, showing in Fancy Worsteds, Tweeds, Vicunas and Home-'- , spuns. This collection means easy choice to young fellows. Palm Beach $4.75 NOW AT TWO PRICES. have 1,200 members. Connecticut has now seventy-tw- o j; with a membership of divisions ;; 9,500. Formerly Sold at $22 and $25 The big initiation of Division 4 will take placo on Monday, Septemgrouped so Hundreds of Suits as to include Fine Foreign .. ber 13. .Ladies" Auxiliary will enter-fai- n The Woolens in most wanted pat- - ;; with a dance at Sennlng's Park terns on August 25. First glance shows ex traordinary va ues. Hibernians of Elizabeth have practically agreed upon a site for their new home. The Terre 'Haute .Ladles' Aux" i iliary will have a big Irish day cele- The Connecticut Juvenile divisions TWIN CITY LEAGUE. On Diamond No. 2 at Shawnee Park tomorrow afternoon will bo staged a battle which promises to make baseball history In amateur circles, it being the third meeting of tho Champs and the Bertrands, each having won one game, the Champs winning the first 1 to 0 and Bertrand being returned the victor on their last meeting 7 to 4, being the only loss marked up against tho Champs out of fifteen games. Tho other games In the league Mackin vs. Trinity, K. of C. vs. Olympics and Bruins vs. Imperials. One of the features of tho league this season has been tho free distribution of an upMo-daBonre card containng all of the lineups and photos of prominent players, which has made a big hit with tho fans. Tho card is issued by Dolan & Co., the retail leaf tobacco firm, and was designed by Thomas F. Dolan, ono of tho league's roremost boosters. The standing of the league to date: n- -e te STRAUS' AJNTNTJAT, OF Suits $15.75 Outing Suits! $6.75 ! Formerly Sold at $0 and $7.50 Formerly Sold at $S and $10 Palm Beach Outing Suits wash like linen, but are as dressy as your spring worsteds. Many varied shades and pat-- ! terns tailored into handsome Norfolks and Sacks. f X bration next Thursday. The order In Ireland is enrolling new members at meetings every- where throughout tho country. The Omaha Ladies' Auxiliary uas a pleasing custom of occasional meetings at the homes of its members. FINE TROUSERS ; , At cost of material. An event that never lacks in interest each half year it is patronized with renewed vigor. - Canada's 1916 convention will bo held in .Ottawa, when between 300 and 400 delegates will be In attendance. Utlca Hibernians will take leading Champs part in the parade and laying of the cornerstone of St. Elizabeth's (Hospital. James McTighe has been appointed on Division 4's degree team to succeed William McDonogh, who reJohn O'Brien, of Division 4, renomination ceived the Democratic tor Magistrate in tho primary last Mackin Bruins Won 16 13 12 Lost. 1 Pet .941 .867 .750 500 .332 267 .250 063 Olympics Bertrands ) Men's and Young Men's Specialist Clothes Shop. 4"H"M-H'l K.ofC 2 4 8 5 4 8 10 11 12 15 ' LnfH' IIIHHI1 llllll l- -t 11 Tmity 4 1 signed. Imperials RECENT CROCKERY TEAPOT X DEATHS. MF1 wSJKfflMsBBBBBS. 4 HtBHl at With One-hal- FREE f AT Pound of Tea www Qflp Walter Gray, President of tho Sunday. Bricklayers' Union and for years a The national convention of tho prominent figure in local labor cirW. MARKET ST. BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 order in Ireland, which takes place cles, died Sunday afternoon at his August 18 and 19, promises to be home, 1538 South d one of the largest and most im- street. His death was the result of portant ever held. a fall sustained six weeks beforo at MAIN 072 CITY 1700.7 Detroit Hibernians had a success- - the Emmet Field school. Surviving ful celebration O'Con- - him aro his wlfo, five brothers and of Daniel nell's birthday on August 5, when two sisters. The funeral was, held Tuesday afternoon, the largo attend-lone- d were unveiled. Irish amusements of the ance being a marked testimonial of sort were featured. A deputation from the people-of- l For the entertainment of mem- - respect. Castleisland, Cordal and Scortaglln1 bers and their families Indianapolis visited Newtown and preesnfed th"e" Funeral services over tho remains Rev. M. Keane with an Illuminated Hibernians and the Ladles' Aux BROOK AND MARKET. Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of iliary will have a basket picnic out- of Mrs. Margaret Kllmeier, of 547 address appreciative of his labora East Market street, were held among the people of these parishes. ing next Wednesday evening. trading stamps, er many other useful articles carried Try Ivory Flour. None better. Quality guaranteed. Division 3's meeting next Monday Wednesday morning at St. John's Twenty-eighead of cattle and in our premium rooms. will be strictly a social one and church, Rev. Father Schuhman cele- fourteen horses on tho lands at bs always the lowest of any first class flour. brating the maBtr"of requiem. Mrs. Spanishpolnt, Miltown-Malbareunion. The Entertainment ComCan save you money on all purchases of Groceries. mittee will serve ro'reshments and Kllmeier was the1 widow of Herman on the hands of the Congested now DisKllmeier, and had suffered an illness triots Board, we.re removed from tho Meats, Bakery Goods. Give Red Stamps on all cash or furnish a musical programme. lasting over six months. She is sur- lands and driven through Miltown- - EVERY GARMENT CLEANED SEPARATELY AND BY HAND Division 2 of Syracuse Is moving C. O. D. orders. Delivery to any parts of city or suburbs. forward. Half a dozen applications vived by a son, John J. Kllmeier; a Malbay, where they were Intercepted "You Have Tried the Rest; Now Try the BEST." were presented at the last meeting, daughter, Miss Estelle Kllmeier, and by the police. Tho death of the Very Rev. Canon and it Is expected to have a big en- a sister, Mrs. Nellie Burke, of Chicago. rollment in the near future. A. iRogers, Ardee, Is much re-- ; ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account gretted. He was a native of Rog-- j Folk lore, dancing and traditions Confined to his homo for over a erstown, County Louth, where of old Ireland were revived at the year, he with this safe, conservative, J. Henry Hoertz, one of tho CLEANED BY THE Irish picnic of the Milwaukee most widely known men In this city, was born In 1848. After fllllnc Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more Hibernians. Hon. Patrick H. O'Don- - was released from earthly suffering conracies in Loughglll, Dungannon Soft Water and Olive Oil Soap Process. at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 and Ardee he was made pastor o? nolU of Chicago, delivered the Tuesday night, leaving a wide circle the latter parish. per cent. No cost to you whatever. , oration. of friends who mourn bis death. THIS METHOD UNEXCELLED. The same courteous attention given the Tho annual report of tho RegisGov. Walsh, Fitzgerald, Prominent In politics, he was tho depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. District Attorney Sullivan and Rep- first Secretary of the Board of Pub- trar General for Ireland confirms IE previous reports showing the huge resentative, Sherry were among the lic prominent personages at the lawn Gas Works, and had served as City decline in emigration from Ireland, Inspetcor and Whnrfmaster, last year. The actual figures aro party of Division 11, of (Boston, leaving an excellent Tccord. Surviv- for 1914 20,314, as "THE HOUSE WITII THE REPUTATION." Second nnd Market Under the Big Clock Thursday evening. ing him are his daughter, Mrs. 30,967 in 1913, and compared with 30,073, Supervision. the, Both Phones 2635. State Government The thirty-si- x divisions of Brook- Charles Goltien; his mother, Mrs. average 426 South Fifth St. for the ten years 1905-1lyn had one of the greatest summer Louisa two &QQ4S$&SHG&i4M outings in their history at Ulmer Fred A.Hoertz, and Mrs. sisters, Mrs. or anore than 10,000 less than even Nobbe and Thomas A. left the Bhores of Ireland In any Park last Sunday. .Rev. Robert F, T3aTift ! Ttio fiirini1 rtlntn 17il DAN J HENNESSY O'Donovan, assistant County Chap- - day morning from St. James' church, year since beforo tho famine. HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN lain, refereed iuu (uuiuuii maicn, Pnv KVitlior Wlllntf pnnrtiirHnr. tho COXO HAT UIj AT JON'S. and National President McLaughlin solemn obsequies. MIDSUMMER WEAR A SPECIALTY. presented me prizes, William C, Brohm, Vice President MACKIN COUNCIL. of Grainger & Co., who "was shot last ST. ANN'S 1'IONIC. week, is now able to ho out again Tomorrow, evening Mackin and Is busy receiving tho congratuThe members of St. Ann's, parish will entertain its members and lations of his are busy making nrenaratlons for their lady friends with a buffet sup acquaintances. many friepds and their first annual picnic, to bo given pfr, the occasion being tho opening at Spring Bank Park on Thursday. ' of the newly renovated club house SUl'i'ER. A FUATUMS.. August 20, and aro busy Inviting and reception to delegates to tho UPSTAIRS STORE. from a11 over tne clty Grand Council convention. All mem-t- o W. Jefferson Street 425 "i!ends Tho be their guests on that occasion, bers are urged to attend and Inspect given chicken supper which is to be connection with Holy supper will the new Improvements that have churchInlawn fete lext MondayCross lu upiieuzing cnicxen and be prepared, refreshments Will ha linen mailn ami nlan miPt tho vlnltlntr Tuesday WWWWWWWWWWWWWWimUWWiHWWWMWWW is sure to be a drawing served and various games for the delegates. 8S The suDDer will bo card, this feature each year attractamusement of nil. lA euchre and served at 6:30 o'clock. On account ing visitors from every part of the lotto will be held In the afternoon. of the convention there will bo no city, as the ladles in charge guaranThis will be one of the last church meeting Monday night. tee , a bountiful chicken renast. picnics of the season, so a cordal There will be a euchre and lotto In Invitation Is extended all to come IiAWN FETK. the afternoon and 125 prizes will and enjoy themselves. The probe awarded tho winners. The games 1 iL -l aj VM ceeds will be used In defraying tho Tho final preparations are now be expenses of the Improvements to the ing made for St. William's lawn will bo called at 3 o'clock sham. The proceeds will 11 i 1 1 I H HI 1 II HI 1 1 II 1 1 H 1 1 I school building. JIM H-fetq, which will bo given on both ing the expenses be used In defrayof the new ano M. ). BAHN8W, p. BANKON, JR., LAWRENCE J. VEENEMAN, 'X INCORPORATED afternoons and evenings of August handsome school. T TAKE TEN DAYS. 18 and 19 on the church grounds at 1 Fre. & Uv- We tnt. I Tna. StcriUry. VCHO&DSAXyE Thirteenth and Oak streets. Euchre LONG ROAD TRIP. Members of the police force now and lotto will be played In tho afterI PHONE-SOU- TH 25w. CITY 1866. enjoying their annual ten days' va- noons and there will be a diversity This cation include Capt. J. M. Adams, of attractions in the evenings. De- - games afternoon and tomorrow's IWWVWMVWWVWWWMWWVWWWVVVtVWWVVHMWMW with Columbus will be the uiBiu. oiiawara Callahan, JLIeut. G. Ughtful refreshments will be served Clifford, Lieut, I.. Hutchison, Sergt. and a cordial invitation is extended last on the home grounds until SepSewer aad Calvert Pipe, J. J. Carroll and Patrolmen Edward to all friends to como for an en- tember 8, tho Colonels leaving toBatmen's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Ceadalts. morrow for Kansas City, where they Kennedy, John (Morris andd Michael joyable outing. will open Tuesday, and from there Wail Coping, Draia Tile, Vitrified IricK, Mayer. Upon their return to their will go over the entire circuit, beposts ten days will "bo taken by rire rreoHBg, jpme Lining, rire BrlcK CONDITION UNCHANGED. ing their longest road trip of the Sergt. P. O'Hearn, Corporal C, Grate aBd Keller Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney Tees. year. Luckily they will bo in better William, Lawler, Stevo L. His friends throughout tho diocese Wlckham, p. j. Monahan, Maurice will regret to learn that there is shape on the road than they have OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON been at Corridon and Doollng and C. W, Ruf. slight change in the condition of Rev, demons to home, bo again In the lineun. HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. Father Vantroostenbergho, who suf and with the pitchers continuing 9 PONTAINE FERItY. fered serious injury from a fall and their present gait the team ought to ureck. and Magaolls Ave., Bet. 9tk and lOtb. 13B wohrs 713-71- 5 tfr mnntTiu Tiaa h.an MV Ml.. WVOWf. o more than SOUTH SEVENTH STREET .. Wlt at. Qt Tnennli'a ... .. .. "VW own, Tho fans rt ommuncing wun tne matinee to- - Hospital In Lexington. Wo learned had a good hold its S. 2991. Hmm, City 2339. It It 1 1 H III H H U 6 H H THhh-C- h., H opportunity to size up anageis Wednesday that Father van Is a the St. Paul club this past i"vun ouiKers positively enter upon , very week, and rnaii fifth and last week sick man and is gaining. It Is the consensus of opinion that Ctimb. Phene West 191 Home Phone 1913 as the attratclon extraordinary ot strength yery slowly. the strongest team Is not in front, the Fontaine Ferry Park Theater two of the games won here not, beA Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f this season. As to the two acts to WITn NUPTIAL MASS. ing deserved, the first boine nre- bo presented in addition to the Mid. sented at the end of fifteen innings jjets, Adele Moraw, "the InternaA pretty midsummer wedding will by a league umnlre. while tho tional comedienne," will occupy an take place. Wednesday morning at secondbush the double-headof was Important position, while the 8:30 o'clock at St. Charles Borromeo won on a fluke. CrOOBFO&ATEB w(ll entertain with their church, the contracting parties be- have been lost with Neither would Corangeots Corridon in dancing specialty. Miss Moraw In ing John J; Belrne and Miss Helen games. In tho opinion of many the it Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager addition to her ability as a comedi Lian, ootn popular in uatnonc so would be a good move to shift enne le a gifted singer and will ren cial circles. .The Rev. Father IRaffo Stansbury to third when Corridon ' ito the great demand we are Hew BOTTLING COMMON, der several pleasing vocal selections, will perform the ceremony and eele-- returns, allowing lMIdklff tn art a The Corangeots give a nleaalnz brate.the nuptial tbm. and the at- - utility, that lineup appearing to be have tried he rest set the BEST. W at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity,trengtk,scHeat Amm pantomine dance novelty. As a tendants will be'!Mj. Nellie BMrse the strongest w have had this 8 and 59. Cumberland West 69. 1om 5fciy$M soyon, ORUBER 8aial'bBdatait4 attraction for this I and Jokk D. Koran, DEUSER, Managers, Lwikvilte, Ky. jomsr m. mxjjmco y STORE CLOSES 6 P. M, OURING JULY AND AUGUST. Saturday. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Utica in- creased its membership at the last meeting, initiating three and recelv- Ing two applications. Minneapolls and St. J'aul Hlber- nians fonmed a fine division in the monster parade of the German Catholic societies at St. Paul on The 'funeral of little Elmer Mur- nhv. son of William nnrt Amv Murnhv. 1102 Bardstown road, was held Wednesday morning from St. Aloyslus Rev. church, Father o'Grady conducting tho sad ob- sequles. To the bereaved parents many friends extend their sympathy. Thirty-secon- BUTTON BROS. By ten votes to six for T. DugganJ the Limerick Harbor Board elected James MdDormott Assistant Clerk to, the Secretary at J500 a year. fire occurred in A disastrous Waterford, the promises of Michael Rockott, grocer and vintner, Patrick ) street, being completely gutted. Cardinal Loguo has appointed thd Rev. 'P. Lyons, S. T. I., of DundalkJ parish priest of Ardec, in succession to tho late Very "Rev. canon "Rogers. The death Is announced of Sister Mary Teresa Rafforty, Convent ofl Mercy, Loughrea. She was In the, year of her religious Hfe4 h Tho Most Rev. Dr. O'Donnell was reappointed Chairman of the Done-gal Committee of Agriculture, and Joseph McArthur was appointed! Vice Chairman. The Most Rev. Dr. Foley at Car-- ) low College ordained to priesthood, tho iRev. P. Doylo and tho Rev. Will lam Kelly, for the, dioceso of KUi dare and Loighlln. The death took place recently oil J. P.. iDegan, Athy. He was for many years a member of tho District! Council and was deesrvedly popular! throughout South Klldare. 'Patrick Grew, Clones, aged about forty and unmarried, was run down by a train and instantly killed when going to work with a repair squad on the lino outside Clones. Dr. O'Brien, ILocal Government) Board Inspector, in a report severely criticized the sanitary condition of Portadown, and says many housea ' are unfit for human habitation. The Rev (Father 'Lynch, of has provided a school van in young which as many as twenty-tw- o sters living in outlying distrlctal travel daily to and from school. We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates Owen McGahon, a farmer, aged, eighty years, died suddenly at his residence, Drimalllne, near EnnlS7 keen, after attending the funeral oC his brother. Ho had suffered from JWWWWWMWWMMMVmVWVMMWiWMiWiWWMVMMWmW heart disease. 5 Tft A. At St. Mary's church, Llmavady before a crowded congregation, two; beautiful stained glass windows, the) gift of Mrs. Kennedy, of iBelfast, In,' memory of her father and mother AUGUST SALE fifty-nint- HOUSEHOLD ) LINENS Tablecloths, Napkins, Clon-drohi- d, Damask and Table Sets. T MMNH'HmtHMninniimnMiiiiiim J ld-fash- Tip Top Bread Pure. Guaranteed 100 ht - Sixty-one-year-o- ld PALM BEACH SUITS 50c German Insurance BanK Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. BE SURE TO CALL FOR 4: Hennessy Axman McKENNA IT POPULAR PRICE TAILORS WHISKY HIW ALWAYS PURE. nygriiftCi F1 H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Hy. 1 AND RETAIL. f HP. i BANNON PIPE C0;ii t ::: i DR. J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. n, 573-178- 6. ca ! iA,..i44 1 i Hit I ALL CITY BEER er WIEDEMANN Celebrated Draught and Bottled. Beera. BREWING COMPANY'S - Tt 'V