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Kentucky Irish American: August 21, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915082101_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: August 21, 1915 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. QUALITY BICYCLES "Every Mnko" CENTURY CYCLE CO. INCORPORATED. 405 West Broadway Kentucky Irish American NO. 8. workings of the Young Men's Institute meet my hearty approval," he Bald, among other things. "I was twenty Initiated something like years ago in tho city of Indianapolis, which city, by the way, I helped to put upon tho map. And I am still a member and Intend to continue to bo a member." Ths business of the convention was concluded late Wednesday afternoon, when $2,000 was subscribed for organization work. The changes In the laws wero only minor and made in order to make them more uniform. Memphis, Scranton, Indianapolis and Richmond, 3nd., were In the field for the next convention, which goes to the last named city. In recognition of "his faithful services Robert T. iBurke, of LouisGrand Presiville, was dent without opposition. Other officers elected were the "Rev. Father Francis iFelten, iLouisville, Honorary Grand Chaplain; the Itev. Morris O'Connor, Terre Haute, Grand Chaplin; Philip M. 'Canale, Memphis, Grand "First Vice President; (Patrick King, Cumberland, Grand Second Francis Carroll, Vice President; Brazil, ilnd., Grand Secretary; William C. (McKenzle, Pittsburgh, Grand IP. Stokes, William Treasurer; Scranton, Grand Marshal; V. K. Ecker, iLouisville, G. lA. Land, Terre Haute, and John Pontrich, New Albany, members of tho Board of Grand Directors. INDIAN . MOTORCYCLES Master of Them All CENTURY CYCLE CO. INCORPORATED. 105 West Broadway VOLUME XXXV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Father Cauvln Introduced tho Sisters of tho Poor of St. Francis, who on May Y. M. I. Atlantic Jurisdiction Grand Council Convention Docs Good "Work. MEXICO. Transit Missionary's Slauderous Description of Mexican People. Blames Catholic . I behalf of the welfaro of tho community at largo and Induced them to ngreo to a meeting. Saturday night and Sunday tho representatives failed to reach an agreement. Father Domnsey Sunday hieht aDDearcd be fore tho striking) teamsters and recalled to them tlo fatalities of tho last teamsters' strike in St. Louis, nearly ten years ago. A few minutes later tho strikers voted to accept tho offer of the Team Owners' As- ' soclatlon. HOBOKEN First Church Has Grown Into the Passionist Monastery of St. Michael. Noted New Jersey Shrine Founded by Father Anthony Cntivln. Action Taken That "Will Broaden Scope and Increase Its Strength. Greetings From Bishop O'Don- aghuc Presented by Father DrLscoll. Church Fori Present State of Anarchy in That Country. FEDERATION Deserts His Field When Needed Grentest Catholic Gathering of Ono of the Three Priest Brothers Who Long Served the Most by His Workers and the Year in Convention at Church. Followers. Toledo. NO ABANDONED SECEIVE KENTUCKY WELCOME CHILDREN THERE Papal Delegate, Archbishops, Bishops and Thousands Attended Sessions. f SECURED MANY RARETREASURES St. Mary's lato Mayor Gaynor, of Now York, was a patient at tho time of the attempt on his life. Father Cauvln made a passable school out of an old stabio and in Of State Democrats to Be Held 1861 he opened his first parochial Here On Tuesday, school In a now building. The August 31. teacher In both was Miss Sarah Mahoney, who afterward became a Sister of the Visitation. After more than a quarter of a century of such labor Father Cauvln, Republicans Will Present a resigned his parish July 1, 1873, United Front in Coming having accomplished things that exCampaign. erted a permanent Influence on Catholicity In tho diocese. To the great regret of his people ho Bailed on August 9 for his birthplace, whero lie lived for twenty-nln- o j ears Louisville Times Begins Boom of Judge Grccno For ever faithful and strictly conforming to his religious duties. He survived Mayor. his whole family, His brothers and sisters, and died 'May 26, 1902, having attained the remarkable age of more than four score and ten DR. BOARD A STATE LEADER years. Hospital, 6, 1866, opened ,in which the CONVENTION The second Atlantic Jurisdiction Grand Council convention of the Young Men's Institute concluded its three days' work Wednesday ovenlng, with results that should prove most gratifying to tho 15,000 members.) of this moat worthy Catholic society. Tho Grand officers, delegates and visitors began arriving Saturday and when the Grand Council convened Monday morning the number ran into the hundreds. Before tho first session the delegates, visitors and ladies and members of Trinity, Mac-ki- n and Unity Councils assembled at tho Tyler Hotel, which wero the headquarters, and then proceeded to the Cathedral, whero tho Rev. P. M. J. Rock sang tho high mass and preached a sermon that struck homo to all who heard him. Father Rock, who was ono of the first chaplains of tho Y. M. I., said they wero welcome, thrice welcome. Tho members, ho said, should live for their motto, all being bound to work for God and country. It was their duty to exemplify upright, chaste and Christian lives, and those who work for God work for their country and all that Is Tight, just and proper. Tho music of the mass was rendered by a Bolectcd choir and was most excellently rendered. After tho mass the convention was called to order in the Italian room of tho Tyler Hotel by President Robert T. Burke. City Attorney Pendleton Beckley welcomed the delegates on behalf of the city, M. J. McCrea, of Scranton, making tho response. President Burke appointed Patrick as Marshal, B. King, of Maryland, New Havenr'as "and Johir JBarry,-o-f Sentinel. The roll call showed all tho officers present together with over 100 delegates. President Burko announced tho following committees, after which adjournment was taken: Crendentlals John J. Moonoy, Jr., Chairman; Fred Kramer, Frank Hahan, George F. Malloy, George P. Zullnsky. HP? tt VfH ROBERT T. (BURKE, Elected Grand President of Young Men's Institute. INTEREST IX MEETING. When President Mark Ryan called to order jthe. jegular meeting of Division '"IPX 6. H., many faces were seen who had been absent for some time, and it was a source of much pleasure to witnes tho interest and enthusiasm manifested in the proceedings. Because of the resignation of James P. Barry a new Recording Secretary had to bo elected and Daniel McCarthy was unanimously chosen for the position. O'Connoll and Thomas David Keenan spoke on the past, present and future of the mother division, tho good It has done and the continuing of Its laudable mission of knitting together tho members in the bonds of friendship, unity and Christian charity. The Treasurer was pleased with tho receipts from dues In addition to the deposits in the treasury. James Dolan, of 181G High street, was reported on tho sick list, tho first for some time past. Before adjourning many expressed themselves pleased with tho meeting. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. Laws Philip M. Canale, Chairman; V. K. Ecker, Joseph P. Connolly, Leo X. Smith, D. O'Brien. State of the Ordor William J. Clark, William Conway. Edward F. Ivonginotti, Patrick S. King. William Stokes. Finance W. S. McKenzle, Chairman; Michael Lane, John W. Murphy, James O'Hara, Leonard Moun-ha- n. Organization James B. Kolly, Chairman; G. A. Lang, J. J. McNeills, the Rev. Francis Felten, C. B. Edwards. Rov. Morris Resolutions Tho O'Conner, Joseph Regan, Timothy Byrne, Charles H. Barbour, A. G. Moloney. Press M. At night an elegant banquet was served at tho Seelbach, presided ovor by W. A. Link as toastmaster. Rev. Father Daniel A. Drlscoll, Secretary to the Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghuo, presented the Bishop's greetings, and Rov. Francis Felten, pastor of St Augustine's church, responded to City," the toast, "Our Convention taking the place of the Mayor. Father Felten said Louisville Is his third homo. His cradle stood In Berlin. His next home, he said, was in Vienna, and now Jt is In Louisville that he hopes his Hfo will terminate. "If after living In two of Europe's greatest cities I am content to live In Louisville until I die, I hope tho visiting delegates will be able to enjoy a few days hero," said Father Felten. Tho others responding to toasts wero Philip M. Canalo, of Memphis; Past Supreme President Willlnm Fogarty, of Indianapolis, and Grand President Robert T. Ourke, all of whom advocated strict loyalty and united offort to increase the membership to 50,000. Tuesday two sessions were held, the delegates getting down to earnest work. Both were concerned with the reports of committees and the recommendations of Grand President Burke, providing for tho adoption of a new ritual and tho publishing of a monthly periodical as tho official organ of the organization, and revision of the connecessitated by stitution and tho separation of the Grand Council Into the Pacific and Atlantic Jurisdictions, all of which were given favorable consideration. Tho financial statement showed the organization to bo in good shape, having a Burplus of about $1,000 after providing for all the expenses of the meeting. During the afternoon session the convention was addressed by the Rev. Cletus Brady, of the Sacred Heart Retreat, and the Rev. James Ryan, of Henryvllle, Ind. Before adjourning It was voted to make the age limit to sixteen to eighteen years and to Issue an official monthly Journal. Bishop Dents O'Donaghue, of the diocese of Louisville, attended the convention and delivered an address Mist aroused great enthusiasm. "The by-la- George J J. Thornton. McCrea, John Pon-trlc- h, The monthly meeting of the CenC. of A., was tral Committee, hold Friday night at St. John's Hall, tho branches being unusually well represented. President Ben Kruse occupied the chair and the proceedings wero full of interest. Much routine, business was transacted and a programme outlined for the excursion to be given to Jasper, and Ferdinand, Ind., on Sunday, September 5. Major Gen. Michael (Reichert, State President Score and Secretary W. T. IMeehan were present and gpoke of the coming State convention, after which it was voted that the Central Committee wuold assist in entertaining the delegates and visitors. Several branches reported that a number of applications had been reeclved and Louisville would eoon show a marked gain in memDelegate Charles Falk exbership. tended an invitation to tho delegates and their branches to be present at the reception and card party to be given by Branch G at St. (Martin's Hall on August 30. J. nOLY ROSARY ACADEMY. The two buildings on the northeast corner of Fourth and Park avenue, recently purchased by the Dominican Sisters for Holy Rosary Academy, are being rapidly converted into what will bo one of the schools In the most commodious State. Tho remodeled building will provide an Ideal location and ample facilities and will be ready for classes when the school season opens next imonth. RAILROAD EXCURSION. missionary, writing A Baptist for the Baptist Quarterly Magazine, in discussing the present and future prospects of his church publishes the following slnnderous untruths about unhappy Mexico and goes out of his way to attack tho Catholic church. Ho says in part: Our missionaries find among the people of Mexico almost a complete dlvorco between morality and religion; it does not interfere with the average person's conception of religion to drink, gamble, desecrate tho Sabbath, lead an immoral life, or oven murder or rob; ono can do these things and still bo religious If only outward conformity to tho church is kept up. When Romanism took possession of the country the Indians did not give up their old Idolatry, but simply transferred their worship from their old Idols to Christian saints. In their case some-on- e has said: "Paganism was baptized, Christianity was paganized." Let those who look upon Romanism as Christianity see this country, where sho has had every chance for centuries, and see what has really happened. In some parts of the country our missionaries have been compelled to abandon tho work for the time being and much of the work which has been dono Is seemingly destroyed. During tho past year tho workers of tho Southern Baptist convention had 194 baptisms on some of their fields. The missionaries being compelled to leave, and tho work being wholly In tho hands of the native workers, only partial reports of the work have been obtained. What tho final outcome of the present turmoil in that unhappy country will be no ono can foretell. There is only one thing which will solve the troubles of Mexico, and that is Christ. Romanism with its has tried and failed, and only the puro gospel will lead them out into the light. The writer by his own confession has deserted his post just when the 194 converts would need him most and left thoir future salvation in the hands of native workers. Tho superstition referred to is tho sacrifice of the mass, by which the church keeps In the heart of tho Indian roverenco for God. It is no moro superstitious In Mexico than in tho United States. Stanley E. Bowie, in a recent letter from Mexico City, says, that what impressed him most was the rapt attention of tho rich and poor In the Cathedral of that city. It was tho tremendous democracy of Mexican Blnners that seemed to say, "O Lord, be merciful to mo a sinner." The thousands of masses they had attended bad brought no callouses. Time had but augmented that august mystery. "They seemed to see but only ono Jesus." In any country that is only 16 per cent, white blood will you find such reverenco for God? Now organized atheism, sharking up followers from the 84 per cent, remaining population, from tho red men and the black men and tho mixed breeds, have made war on religion; bo now that they quaff their cognac from the 6acred chalices and sing ribald songs In the churches. And tho world looks on and says, "See what the Cathollfc church has dono for the Mexicans." An American lady traveling in Mexico said: "You Mexicans aro very barbarous in allowing and enjoying those horrible bull fights." "Ah, feenora, you have, they tell mo, In your country orphan asylums of abandoned children? Is it not so? Senora, we have no such asylums in our country. No, senora, we have no such Institutions here wo don't abandon our children." After all, which Is worse, abandoning bulls to tho arena or abandoning children to the streets? Judging by his writings tho missionary evidently approves of Carranza, Villa and the rest of leaders who aro following out his ideas and trying to crush out the Catholic church and religion In Mexico, and has certainly overlooked an opportunity In joining tho ranks of ono of these noble (?) . .where he could enjoy himself to his heart's content in seeing priests persecuted and nuns outraged. semi-paganis- m non-Cathol- ic cut-thro- at Hon. John Whalen and Anthony Matre Again Head Great Society. i MEET NEXT IN NEW YORK CITY With Pontifical high mass in St Francis de Sales Cathedral, tho fourteenth annual convention of the American 'Federation of Catholic Societies opened Sunday in Toledo, Ohio. 'Most Rev.i John Bonzano, Papal Delegate, was the celebrant of the mass. The parado from St. John's College to the Cathedral was by the Boston Band. The led Polish of formation consisted Lancors, Knights of Columbus, PolRifles, Hibernian ish Knights, Knights of St. John, tho Most Ray. Bonzano, Bishop Schrembs, visiting prelates and delegates. The parade ivas tho largest Catholic demonstraBishop tion ever held in Ohio. Schrembs extended tho greeting to the Papal Delegate, speaking of the place in the hearts of tho peoplo which the Pope held and the loyalty and love of tho 4 Catholics for tho Pontiff. He spoko at some length on the work of th delegates for the benefit of the. church. Ho also -- welc&meHL-to tho visiting prelates and delegates to the convention. Bishop Gallagher preached tho sermon at tho mass, decrying tho abenco of action in the outrages against priests and nuns in Mexico and also speaking against the evils of dlvorco and lack of organization of the laity. Apostolic Delegate John Bonzano was Introduced at the night meetThe pering by Bishop Schremhs. sonal representative of tho Pope In America thanked the people for their Ho said In part: cordial welcome. "I am a simple man. But 1 want to say Just a word about tho Catholic Federation of America. The federathe army of the tion represents Catholic church. I do not mean the generals, but tho soldiers. This opinion springs naturally from the learning of tho catechism, for from that moment you are affiliated with the American Federation of Catholic Societies. Let you ally yourself with the great army. There is work There Is so much for everybody. good to do and so much evil to remedy in this society that you all should take a part." Tho second day reports were read and an address on peace was delivered by Presidont Whalen, who said tho Catholic world looked to this convention for that leadership and counsel which makes the people contented with their station in life and gives assuranco beyond any doubt that, come what imay, tho Qathollcs, the country ovor, will never forgot their country and their (lag. three brothers, priests, officiated at tho solemn mass of celebration. Tho Rev. Slxtus Cauvln, aged eighty-twwas the celebrant; tho Rev. Eugene ninety, was the aged Cauvln, deacon, and the 'Rov. Anthony year, h Cauvln, in his was the 'It must have been an Inspiring spectacle for tho pious people to see these three aged brothers, all natives of their own village, and known and beloved by everybody, officiating together at the samo altar. It was the first time they did so since tho return of tho youngest brother from America, who only tho year before had come back to his old home and his own people to spend tho remaining years of his life with them. He was one of the most modest of men and he may not even then have told them of tho great things ho accomplished for God and the church during tho imany years of toil he had spent in the sacred ministry country; hut It was ho in a far-owho founded the parish and built tho first church In West Hoboken, which has since grown into the Passlonlsts' great monastery of St. Michael, and he, too, who founded tho parish and built tho Church of Our Lady of Grace, Hoboken, from which ho retired to pass hi3 declinr ing years in his native village, whero ho lived to bo .over ninety years of o, sixty-fourtsub-deaco- n. ff iBy James A. Roonoy, LL. D. On the morning of August 18, 1874, the feast of St. Helena, mother of lOonstantine, the titular of tho parish church In a little hamlet called Sclos, near Nice, France, then In the kingdom of Sardinia, V. K. ECK1HR, Elected Grand Director of Young Men's Institute. WITH OPEN ARMS. Louisvlllo received the officers, delegates and visitors to tho Y. M I. convention with open arms, and when they left for their homes they carried with them tho feeling that, Kentucky excels for hospitality. During the four days of tho convention, there was not an hour not devoted, to business that was without Its entertainment feature. Sunday after- cratic Stato convention, and delegates to that assembly will bo elected in precinct mass conventions, which will be hold all over tho Stato next Saturday, beginning at 1 o'clock In tho afternoon. The delegates will then meet in this city on tho following Tuesday, August 31. Representation in tho convention will be on the basis of ono dolegato to every 100 votes cast in tho last Presidential election or for every traction over fifty. There will bo 2,196 delegates In tho convention, 243 of whom will represent Louisville and Jefferson county. Harmony will be the keynote of the convention, the overwhelming victory of tho Stanley and James faction having put the quietus on Percy Haly and his followers, who wore expected to dominate the convention in the. event of a McChesnoy victory or stir up trouble for tho party In case tho result had been close. Speaking of Haly followers, one of his associates and companions for years will bo prominent in the convention because of his espousal of the Stanley cause, and that Is Dr. Milton Board, who split with tho machine after the betrayal of Louisville and Jefferson county. It is also a certainty that many other Haly-Beckha- m Haly-Beckha- The next event in State politics will be tho holding of tho Domo- - m age. Father Cauvln was the ninth of tho ten children of Glacomo and Margharlto .Cauvln, pious, educated, God-feari- (Immigration in all its phases was discuscd in the mass meeting Tuesday night, tho speakers being the Rev. Frederick Siedenburg, S. J., dean of the School of Sociology, Loyola University, Chicago; Charles of tho Fay, of Boston, President Common Cause Society: the Very Rev. Francis Clement Kelloy, LL. D., Society, of Chicago. Ambrose Roach, of Monsignor Boston, struck a blow for the work-Ingmat the morning session. Ho assorted that tho State does not President of tho Church Extension an protect its working people, and that It never will until forced to. Men and women, he said, as well as children, are being mado slaves to commercialism and sacrifices to mammon. New PRIEST ENDS STRIKE. The strike of 1,500 transfer company teamsters and chauffeurs, which began in St. Louis last Friday, was settled Sunday night. The men were granted a general wago increase of fifty cents a week, a reduction of about one hour in the working day and better working conditions. The Wage increase, according to the team owners, will aggregato $60,000 a year, whereaB the original demands of the strikers called for Increases totaling $160,000. The settlement was brought about by Father Timothy Dompsey, a Catholic priest. He, pleaded with leaders of each side on annual excursion of the Catholic Knights of America this year will be given to Jasper and Ferdinand, Ind., on Sunday, September 5, over the Southern railway. This has always 'been the big excursion of the year, and committees are working to make it surpass any yet given. As R takes place Just before Labor day there will be opportunity for all to make the trip. The train will leave the Seventh street depot at 7:45 in the morning, returning about-11- ' o'clock in the even- The Archhlshop Thomas O'Shea, of Zealand, spoke briefly and said that Now Zealand looked to tho Catholics of America to show them the way to solve the problems that confront them, their problems being much the same as those confronting the American people. At Wednesday's session Bishop James A. McFaul, of Trenton, N. J declared against tho establishment of a Catholic dally press. He said newspapers today were purely a commercial enterprise and that conditions within the federation were not favorable at present for the promotion of such a project. John Whalen, LL. iD.f of New President, and fork, was AwHinnv IMatrfl. of CihlCBZO. WSS chosen for his fourteenth consecutive term as National Secretary. Neither had, "opposition, The 1916 convention will be held In New York City. Other cities . that contested for the next convention were San Francisco, Kansas 'City, (Buffalo and Chattanooga. three of their sons ordained to tho tlon and elegant luncheon at Trinity priesthood. He was born on Aug- Council's homo. At night tho grand ust 23, 1810, and made his studies banquet was held at the Seelbach. at Avignon, Turin, and in the Tuesday thero was a T)ounteous dinof his brother Slxtus at Monaco. ner at the American, a theater party He was ordained by Cardinal and luncheon by tho Louisville PubBrlgnoli-SolOctober 12, 1834, and licity League at Fontaine Ferry and, after a short service as chaplain for at night a moonlight excursion up the notorious Count Cavour and tho rlveron the Homer Smith that years of parish work, he decided to all enjoyed. While the delegates come to .New York to labor amone were engaged in the closing work his icountrymen. iHe was assistant Wednesday the lady visitors wero at St. Vincent de Paul's, then in again guests of the Convention and Canal street, then at Cold Spring Publicity League at a delightful and West Point, when Archbishop dinner at tho Vienna. When tho Hughes assigned him to establish a convention adjourned there was a parish comprising the territory trip to the wonderful Mammoth lying hotween tho Hudson and tho Cove that attracted a largo delegaHnckensack rivers and extending tion. Many of tho women visitors from the Jersey City line to tho made their headquarters at the Vis nortnern boundary of Hudson itation Homo for Working Girls, county. This included tho Hobokens, whero the treatment accorded them whose Catholics had to go to mass won their lasting friendship for the in St. Peter's, Jersey City, or In old Sisters and all connected with that St. Peter's, New York. splendid Institution. Before leaving A plot of ground had been doIt was the consensus of opinion that nated to the Archbishop by Andrew Louisville can got the Y. M. I. conCarrigan, near tho present St. vention merely or tho asking. Michael's Monastery, and thero Fathor Cauvln built a small church MAKES LARGE GAINS. and rectory and enclosed the plot by a fence. It was dedicated November The Catholic Young Men's Na 23, 1851, under tho patronage of tional Union opened Its forty-nrs- p Our Lady of Mercy in compllmont to ' annual convention Monday in- - PittsCardinal Brlgnoli, who sent from burg with delegates from all parts; Rome a present of an oil copy of the of the United States present. Before, painting of Our Lady of Mercy of tho first session the delegates ntJ Rimini, painted by Nicola tended a solemn high mass in St. Hero Father Cauvln Paul's Cathedral. A public meeting; labored for ten years besides visit- was held Monday night, at which. ing Fort Lee, Bull's iFerry, Hacken-sac- k the principal speakers were Bishop and Lodi, all of which now have J. F. Regis Canevin, Pittsburg; their own churches and congrega- Michael J. Slattery, President of tho, tions. Father Dominic, Provincial union, and the Rev. Father Joseph, of tho Passlonlsta, with Father M. Corrigan, both of Philadelphia. Vincent and (Brother Lawrence, arJ The reports submitted showed that rived In 1861 and on April 21 tho the union had mado largo gains durparish was turned over to tho caro ing tho year, especially in the East- of that order. ern part of tho country. . Two days rl A A Ar 4 A A But years before when Father Tuesday Cauvln had the parish In good run- vontlon, which adjourned ning order he began to lay plans for evening. M. J. Slattery, of Philadelphia, another church in Hoboken and he Presidont; tho Right secured the original ground of the was present Church of Our Lady of Rev. Bishop Thomas Shahan, of Grace, which was enlarged hy sub- Washington, D. C, was again chosen sequent purchases so as to lncludq Spiritual Director. Tho other offl- the entire block. Tho original out- cers elected aro: First Vico Prosl- lay was $2,600. Bishop James UUUb, llUUil Alt &JUUU1, 1 ibipuuiljil, Preslden, Edward Roosevelt Bayley, who was con- Second Vice Pittsburgh; . Secretary, secrated October 30, 1853, and had O'Connell, assumed chargo of the new diocese, Sylvester Hauck, Philadelphia, and of Newark, laid tho cornerstone Sep- Treasurer, Harry P. Murray, Philatember 4, 1854, and preached to a delphia. large congregation and, June 24, the next year the church was dedicated. LAST CHURCH 1'IONIO. Among its treasures Is a magnificent altar piece, a copy of Raphael's The annual picnic of St. Ann's Madonna dl Follgno, painted by church will be given at Spring Bank Ansaldl and presentd by the Duke of Park next Thursday, and as this Is Genoa; a painting of the crucifixion tho last church picnic of tho season preesnted by Henry IL. Hoguet, of a banner crowd is expected to bo in New York; a diamond-studde- d crown attendance. A euchre and lotto will from the Duchess of Genoa for the bo hold In tho afternoon, games to statue of Our' Lady and a valuable be called at 3 o'clock. The ladles of monstrance from Napoleon UTI. the parish are preparing to servo an During a visit to 'Rome in 1856 appetizing chicken supper and exFather Cauvln was presented by tend an Invitation to their friends Plus IX. with the relics of St. throughout the city to be their Quietus, which had been discovered guests on this occasion. The pron the catacomb of at. Praetextatus ceeds of the picnic will be used in in 1849, These were solemnly en- defraying the expenses of the imshrined June-1- , 1856, la an altar provements to the school. The Oak under- the patronage of the saint by street oars run past the Spring Bank iBishop Bayley. The same year Park entrance. col-lego peoplo, who lived to see noon was devoted to a sight-seein- g trip around the IFalls Cities, with a. reception at Unity Council In New Albany and a buffet supper and inspection at Mackin Council club house. Monday afternoon thero was a special automobile ride for ladies and members, followed by a recep-- i e, Pacl-Ippoll- tl. ! I I fcv A A 9A A4A & A T 1 HA A 1 , tures new for political prospects, as the awful blow sustained shows that? tne macnine strength was over- -j estimated and that, as contended in,! rnese columns oerore, Haly was an overrated politician, tho last victory for which he clplmad-cred- lt tha election of IBeckhsnri. being a flukq pure and simple and resulted from what they term In baseball a "bone-heaplay on tho part of victimized supporters In this district. The campaign promises to bo quite a lively ono, as both parties will have a united strength, tho Democrats having no factional fights over5 tho primary results, while the Republicans have a united party for the first time In four years, the Progressives with tho exception of, Louisvlllo having gone back in tho, G. O. P. ranks. The Bull Mooso vote in the entire Stnto dwindled from over 102,000 In 1912 to 3,968 last year, tho party with Drexler as tho nominee for Governor this yearnot expecting to surpass tho latter, vote. That tho propects of the Bull Moose party aro not very bright is shown by the actions of the Louisville Herald, which Is a reminder of the boy trying to slip under tho circus tent, tho Herald trying to slip Into the Republican ranks unseen. Every move of tho G. O. P. Is carefully noted in its columns and no more aro the readers treated to rousing editorials In reference to tho plutocrat leaders of tho (Republican party or attacks upon Penrose and Cannon. Then again former local Bull Moosers are seen idling about the Republican headquarters nnxlously awaiting a chance to show that their repentance has been sincere and that they will perform any work, no matter how menial, to get in the graces of the Republican leaders and candidates. The attempt of the Louisville Times to stir up trouble in local Democratic circles Is still attracting attention, not only locally but thirviiehoiit tho State, and the robuke of Urey (Woodson in tho Owonsboro Messenger this past week was Justly deserved. Editor Woodson Inferred that the selection of the Mayor hero two years hence may be tho cause the Times' antagonism, which ssms logical when its columns are being' tilled with fulsomq flattery of County Judge Greene, who appears to be the Times' selection for the Democratic nomination for Mayor. The assertion that the appointment a. fair of fifty deputies insured primary Is the vorlest bosh. If anything, that action was enough to start a Tlot, the average citizen! riofc relishing being dictated to by some speplal policeman that he may have, seen spending tho bulk of his time sitting on tho Court House rail waiting" for something to turn iip. The attack on James B. Brown seems to be part of the plot, simply because his name has been connected, with Mayoralty rumprs, and it would not be surprising to see the same tactics pursued with other prominent Demo crats who might be, stronger tnan tne Times present selection, as mi tho rumor that tho Times would BeJ cure control of tho City and County Committee, that can be put dowtw as tho veriest rot, as the control committees and conventions can or be obtained with a following strength in the partyv and strength is not an d" - followers will seek pas- Ttaes a3t POPULATION. - According to estlmi ictuaries of the Trj ment, the population states on July 1 t I JHCBJNTXJOKY K&NTUGKY PUBLISHED XiBULJSiXX AMEIO-ajSJ- KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. IRISH AMERICAN. PARISH SCIIOOD. Two. little nuns are teaching school Near by, on 'Cozy street; pass each morning as a rule, And now and then we meet. The humble home is small and low;" (Its walks are rude and bare, And yet I loiter by, for, oh! It seems so paceful tljere! t , attendants being Miss .'Barbara Kress and William Armour. EVERY SATURDAY, 'svetee te the Seclsl sad Meral KiiaBcmemwl el Irish AaerlcaM ud Caflwllts 016c"ally Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians, Youne Men's Inatltuta and CataoHc Knight of Aoetict, KINTUCKY IfllSH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporated, PublUhTB SINOLB COPY gc SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR J nttr. Eotmd at tin LenhyHU Poit.Hlt. i 8fOQdd-CI- rfrtMeUConnaasiaHsai the MNTUCKii IWSH i. WKWCAN.JW-2- - ... 1 i Wait (ken St. ( nim never liked to go to school, J'd always rather play; hated any kind of rule, And sometimes ran away. 3 pass that little door And breathe that holy air, want to be a boy once more And learn my lessons there. But when (TRADESTfJCOUNCIL)l little nuns with wimples white And hearts of purest gold, My soul is troubled sore tonight, My heart is growing cold. the legislators themselves there was HAVE CARE. such au overwhelming sentiment Tho lime approaches for the re- (.gainst the Iniquitous bill that the Oh, little nuns of sable dress, As of drifting snow opening of school. Catholic parents wonder is how any member of tho Teach soulsthe way me of righteousness, , their youth be legislative body could have ever And I can learn I know. should see that with every facility for dreamed of framing such a measure, Albert Blgelow Paine. provided obtaining a sound Catholic educa- much less of submitting it for conParentB who neglect this sideration and enactment. The bill tion. vitally important duty to their was introduced by a representative confess their named Veazy, who acted for others offspring virtually defection from their church. who wished their names kept secret. The Augusta Chronicle thus stigDISGUSTED. matized the measure: "That this Miss iMary Downs spent last week with Mrs. Kate Mart at Bloomfleld. A Baptist minister, who had been idiotic and deliberately Insulting lecturing his flock and advising them measure Introduced in the House Miss Margaret Condron has gone to vote for McChesney, the Prohibi- without any hope of Its passage, or to Atlantic City on her annual vacation candidate for Governor, Is plum even serious consideration Is an tion. disgusted with his success, as is seen outcome of the vicious crusade n Sergeant has been joying his Tom IFltzgibbons is by the following: "There are some against Catholics which ten days' vacation carried on for some years by that Detroit. Baptists who would not attend a circus or county fair, yet they line arch apostle of slailder and hate, Miss Anna May Whalen spent last up and vote for servants of the liquor Tom AVatson for what he' gets out of it Is altogether apparent: thus week with Mrs. Thomas 'Barry In Baptists powers at every election. doubly stigmatizing both the bill Beechmont. Dy the hundreds voted for saloons to and its author." Joseph F. Dannenhold, Jr., Is continue their hellish work." Evihome from White Mills after a two With a nuptial mass the marriage Immensely. dently our above brother Is disgusted Oklahoma City Knights expect to weeks visit. of Miss Lady Heffernan and William PIiEA FOR THE BOYS. with the Baptist voters who wouldn't make B. Hamill was solemnized Tueday and Columbus day a holiday for all have tho as well follow his advice. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kelly and morning at St. Anthony's church, The opening of the school year is Miss Marguerlof 'Kelly are sojourning after which they left on a bridal as their own members interested In near at hand. It is not too late to at Hardin Springs. trip to the Northwest. Tho bride is the celebration. GER3IANY. decide that the boy who has comThe Shrlners of Seattle, in return a sister of James iE, Heffernan, well " I "4 I VF mlrmiii "in grades and who Is J. F. Danenhold, Jr., was one ot known in Typographical Union cir- for courtesies during Shrlners week The' publication of a statement by pleted the there, expressed to asthe German Chancellor, Dr. Von anxious inhis own boyish way to the recent arrivals registered at the cles, and Is a young lady of many sist in every way their desire making possible in accomplishments. Bethmann-Hollweregarding tho "go to work" shall have the ad- White Mills Hotel. the national convention a success. Miss Ella .Flaherty has returned SISTERS RETURN. terms on which the Kaiser would vantage of at least another year's visit with relatives RECENT DEATHS. consent to peace negotiations has education. He may not be able to from a week-en- d 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, The Sisters of Providence teaching brought only angry comments from see the benefit of it now. He wants at French Lick Springs. Monday morning after solemn In the parochial schools of Jeffersonthe Brtiish press. The Allies will to take his place in the busy world Mrs. Ruth Mahoney has returned vllle and New Albany returned requiem mass at Holy Cross church make peace on their own terms, It is and to earn money even though from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tuesday from 'St. Mary's of tho the mortal remains of Mrs. Anna Woods, near Terre Haute, where Krull were laid to rest in St. Louis Perhaps so. But he the wage bo a small one. He forgets Pottlnger at Gethsemane. asserted. they had been attending the annual cemetery. Mrs. Krull was a neighwould be a rash prophet who would that his lack of education will Misses IReglna Keely and JPKCOISJBJSS. retreat. Impressive and were bor of and dare to predict now that Germany probably lead him into a "blind beth Hogan are spending their Eliza- held at St. Mary's exercises twenty enjoyedgentleesteem kindly natureknew vacathe when of all who can be crushed into submission. A alley" occupation which offers no tion in Southern Indiana. Homo City 200S Climb. Main 2908-- a women took the final veil, sixteen her. .L year ago such talk was popular. But opportunity for promotion. He is the white and thirty the black. Tho "By the death of Lorena Augustus, Misses Anna O'Keefo and Anna exercises were conducted by Bishop for life to starvation a year of terrible war has at least condemned May are the guests of wage 'because d parents Mary Whallen In (Frankfort. of (Miss Silas Chatard, by Indianapolis, who beloved wife of James D. Augustus, dispelled some illusions. was assisted a large number of St. iLeo's congregation in Highland J1AVVVVVWVVMAVVVVVVVVVVVVVV-VVV'VVViV-'iPowers have allowed him to have his own clergymen of the diocese, follow- Park loses an exemplary and conHOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y HOSTILITIES INEVITABLE. choice, when ho was hot competent Mrs. John J. Morltz and little ing the services Bishop Her funeral was Chatard sistent member. to make a wise one. "We have met daughter, Sara Marie, are spending designated the fields to which the held 'Monday morning with requiem This week the Mexican situation many- - men who high expressed regret some time with relatives in Indiana. various Sisters will be assigned. It ering mass, attended toy a large gathis thought 900 Sisters were present. 'continues more threatening than that Jney were of friends and relatives who unable to receive a Miss Cella Laven will leave today The retreat closed Monday evening mourn her death. ever, and despite all that has been good education. Same of them suc- for New York City and be registered and the Sisters will depart for their seem ' inevitable. stllUies ceeded ill spite of this "drawback. at the Hotel Latham for two weeks. various stations. Tobias and Verena lHauck, 310 Recent events prove that the Mexi South, Wenzel street, have the symTheir strength of character, pluck can brjgand leaders pathy of the community In the loss RUILDS MOUNTAIN CHURCH. hold the Mrs. J. A. Dugan and Miss O. M. perseverance made up for their of their infant daughter Clara McClosky were among the iLoutsville authority of the United States In and The new Rocky Mountain National Louise, "whose death occurred last &2&S: contempt. Aa (the True Voice says, educational shortcoming. Still they visitors seen In New York City the regretted that the opportunity for past week. Park In Colorado Is to have a Cath- Saturday morning, following a brief VVVWWUWVWUVUUUiiUiiHWWWrtWWWWHWWWWWW it is not pleasant to contemplate gaining olic church. Rev. (William u. How-let- t, illness. The funeral took place an education was gone forarmed Intervention In Mexico. ever. We have yet chaplain at Mr. and Mrs. E. iD. house Sunday afternoon, when and to meet the man children were recent IBroderlck Fair- of the Sisters of the motherNerinx, were tenderly laid to the remains Especially is it sad to realize that rest In St. visitors at who regretted the time he had spent field, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. this State, who Is Loretto atthe sum- Louis cemetery. That an angel spending our present prdicament is the result in getting an education. That was Hilary Bell. mer In 'Colorado, where for years he awaits them In heaven Is consolation, "TUB PARK BEAUTIFUV of our own action toward Mexico. Men's to the bereaved parents. was a pioneer priest, is superintenda possession more prized as tho We forced Huerta out and in doing years ing the construction of a chapel for Police Capt. M. J. Hogan, of the Many Added Attractions! sped on. Do not condemn so we, forced Carranza All-woFirst district, Is on his ten days' the use of the tourists who anIn the passing of Mrs. Margaret and Villa your son to a Amusements Galore! lifetime of upon Mexico. Now they turn upon vacation and 'has gone to 'Cedar nually visit the National Park sec- Klmbel, wife of Charles Klmbel, toil and the bitterness Point, Mich. tion. Mass Is now celebrated in 519 North Twenty-firstreet, who us and defy us to make them cease New Restaurant. Fres Band Concerts. Father Howlett's cottage. succumbd to an operation at Sts. Dancing their career of loot and murder. of vain regrets for the opportunity Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, the Miss Katharine Turney left yesterThey have brought anarchy upon that has foolishly bee"n allowed to day for Detroit, Mich., to visit her SURPRISE FOR PASTOR. community loses an estimable slip away. Give them an education. High Class Vaudeville. brother, Dan Turney, formerly of woman, who was hold in high esthe nation and they will have to be We plead particularly for the boy, New Albany. y A euchre and lawn fete teem by all who knew her. She was Largest and Most Sanitary Swimming treated as anarchists before they will be given August 24 and 25 on twenty-eigyears old and apPool in the South. can be brought to time. "We may because usually girls in the family h Miss Winnie A. Spelman, is in De- the church grounds at pendicitis caused her death. Her given every opportunity Reserved seats on sale at T. P. Taylor comthank Lind and Sllllman and other are and Chestnut street by the funeral was held Monday morning troit, Mich., being the Drug Co. No. 3, Fourth near Walnut. mensurate with parental means to and Mrs. D. T. Turney, guest of 3r. war advisers for tho situation formerly of members of St. Charles Borromeo fiom St. Cecilia's church. that acquire an education. Too often it New Albany. church. The affair has been planned we now are facing. For K and arranged as a surprise t'o their run? toward art, music and litd Miss Mary O'iReilly, the OtHern and Miss pastor, the Rev. C. P. Raffo, who has Mrs. Dennis erature, rather than toward more daughter of Henry and WATCH FRATERNAL PARADE. are been out of the city for a vacation, Elizabeth O'Reilly, 423 North TwenElla O'Hern, of Jeffersonvllle, useful accomplishments of visiting Dennis O'Hern, Jr., now at and as a means of meeting bonds on tieth street, was claimed by death AND SO VERY CHEAP The fraternal parade which will J3ut (this Is not the place Hammond, Ind. the church which fall due in Sep- Monday afternoon, leaving a void be given next Saturday, mainly to dwell upon the shortcomings of tember. among her friends and associates MILES FOR Adam Dlttmeler Is setting 'em up under the auspices of the Junior our schools for girls. The point Is that will be long felt. Funeral servto tho boys because of the arrival 50 CENTS INSTALLING ELECTRICITY". ices over her remains were held Order of United American Mechani- that tho education of the girl is home on baby Wednesday afternoon at St. (Patc's, will be watched closely to. see If attended to, while the boy Is set to of a littleavenue. girl at his On the Elegent Steamers Garland Electric lights are being installed rick's church. To the bereaved M In the their banners, placards, etc., will earning money for himself or for In St. Lawrence Institute, the home parents is extended tho sympathy of not contain a rebuke to those Bap- the family. Give him a chance, and Col. Matt Winn and his five for working boys conducted by the neighborhood where they reside. City Louisville m if he has the right stuff in him he daughters, who are summering In Brother iPius. Seven years ago Great tist ministers who previous to tho York, occupy avpl9asant apart- Brother iPlus came to (Louisville, GYMNASIUM AT ST. XAVIER'S. City election got together and adopted will repay the cost of his education New on Itlverslde drive. ment when the home was started. The Cut Price resolutions requesting every member in a more useful life. oepnlng took placo October formal One of the above steamers leaves A new gymnasium is nearlng comof their church and church ipaper to Miss Mary Kelly, general delivery 24 of the same year and since that pletion on Jacob street, on the rear the Wharfboat, foot of Third street, In the New Albany Postofflce, time It has with few exceptions acClearance support McChesney for the Demoevery Sunday at 9 a. m., goes about Addressing the Knights of Colum- clerk end of tho lot of St. Xavler's Colhas been spending a two weeks' commodated Inmates to its capacity lege, for the benefit of the, pupils seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio, cratic nomination for Governor. One bus, Archbishop John Sonzano vacation in the country. and has saved many a boy from ruin. of that school. It will bo equipped where she meets the return boat, arrivof tho first principles of the Junior declared that 'nhe American consti ing home about 7 p. m. with the latest devices and will be and little Order is a declaration that the order tution is sacred to you and second Mrs. Mary Savago PRESENTATION. much enjoyed by tho pupils. ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c is utterly opposed and will strenu- only to the constitution of God as granddaughter, Mary William Savage, have returned from a visit to The formal presentation of the ously resist tho interference of any outlined in tho Gospels." Can those FATID3R WESTERMATfNf laundry plant Installed at St. relatives near Bloomfleld. lurch; of whatsoever nature or who oppose tho 'Catholic church First Communion Books Thomas 'Asylum through the gener(Father Westermann, pastor Misses Maggie and Mary O'Neil, osity of Owen Sullivan will take of Rev. Mary's church, is still at St 'nam, with the a'fairs of tho coun Improve upon this sentiment? St. West "Breckinridge street, will re- place tomorrow afternoon. It is ex- Joseph's Infirmary, attended by Dr. try or State. In connection with the ROSARIES I hird and Market. turn the first of the week from a pected tBisBop OlDonaghue will bo Bernard Asman. While his illness parade it is a funny coincidence that Catholics believe In a free press, ten days' trip to Chicago. In attendance, and all members of Is SCAPULAR MEDALS serious there Is yet hope for his while the leading promoters are all but not in a foul press. tho Catholl Orphan Society and their recovery without having to undergo deelgaated as representing different Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Barry friends are Invited to be present. See our new book. "How to Get an operation. (Pay your deb's and others may and son Thomas wore visitors in fraternal organizations - nevertheQlvo your boy an ancation that will Ma.ried." past weejt as the EDWARD'S PICNIC. prepare tbtm for life. Frankfort th's ST. pay theirs. less they a,ll belong to one society AUXILIARY DANCE. Every Devotional Article here. guests of M'ss Mary Powers. the Junior Order. It is also hoped ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE No troable to show goods. The annual picnic of St. Edward's The Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H., that tetf full membership of the FATnER YORK BETTER. Miss Kathryno Hlckey has gone to church will take place on the 112 W. Broaaw&y, :&oalsvUle, Xj. at Sen- West Virginia and will spend the grounds adjoining tho church next will entertain with a dance evening, latter organization will be In line, Conducted by the XaverUn Brother. Rogers Church Goods Co. Tho friends of iRev. Father remainder of tho Bummer with her Wednesday, August 25, with a big ning's Park next Wednesday will want to as tho general public Scientific! BUsinsw and Classical, Blue-fielThomas York, chicken supper for a feature. There and tho Committee of 'Arrangements Courses, Preparatory Department, tiara get So good view of the saviors of church, Jacksonpastor of St. iPaul's sister, Mrs. Harry Douthal, at guarantee a pleasant evening to Swimming Pool, 77611 Equipped Oymca-Itf129 S. FOURTH AVE. will also be music and other and Kentucky, and our country and flag (in times ot they are every one 1n the parish Terns Modern ia. tiro, James, Dlr Take for old and young. picnic their friends who may attend. peace). Following last year's fizzle and many out of it, will be "rejoiced Misses Mary iLee and Regina Jefforsontown cars to the AGED FATHER DD3S. of iFalrf leld, came to the city grounds. VISITS AGED MOTHER. parade the official organ of the to learn that he la recovering from his Illness indignant because brate mass and may be able to cele- the past week to be the guests ot promoters was of News was . received Monday DESERVED. In the PROMOTION this Sunday. Fervent Miss Elisabeth Campbell Major Patrick Ridge, Night Chief me ueaui ou ouuuay mis ot the members hid behind prayers have been going up for his Highlands. nnwut, or. . ronUrn ,.,,." fho flr)lf f ho w(,i ' fathor Funeral Directors for J., of John O'Hara. tho telegraph poles InstcAd of being in complete restoration to health. Sergt, Daniel J.aforlarity, or tne James O'Hara, the well known New for hiB old home at Bedford, Ind, . msmber twenty years Mrs. Sallie Meehan, accompanied the line of inarch. been the by her nieces, (Avis, "Mary Catherine Louisville police force, was last Albany letter carrier. The deceased For years past It "has NOTRE DAME. Embalmers. to spend his vacation, and Margaret Dear, left Monday for Saturday promoted to be Lieutenant, was born in Ireland over eighty Major's custom mother and visits to DEFEATED IN ALABAMA. with his aged A department of sociology has Fairfield, lo remain on a visit until a re.ward earned by faithful and years ago, but since his ear'y manxracraxe younger days. Durthe efficient service. "The (Lieutenant hood had 'been an industrious and ing scenes of hid inspection bill has been been established at Notre Dame Saptecaber 1. "his A content absence Capt. Maurice. University and IRev. John C. McGinn Tyler's appointees respected resident of Newark. was one of Mayor T4ae 16iV. OIHearn is acting as Night Chief. ated in Alabama. The unjust has ibeen appointed dean, The head Mrs. Sdward J, McDermott and and later received promotion under .unnecessary measure Was killed of the new department is now visit- daughters, Misses Katherine MdDar-mo- tt Wayor Bingham and Mayor Head. AWAY FOR REST. FATHER TAAFFE INJURED. and (Susan McDermott, have Senate commRtae, thus meet- - ing Washington, JJalttaore, New and several manufacturing gone to Graham Springs to spend VETERANS' REUNION. The Rev, William iP. Selbartz, the - Yorl the signal defeat it de- cities in New 'England The Rev. Father J. J. Taaffe, pasenergetic and hard working pastor and also a Beveral weeks. be best people of Alabama, number of universities maintain The Grand Army of .the (Republic of St. Mary's church In Tsew Albany, tor of St. William's church at Will- that uwere departments of Sociology. nd John A. .Armour and brlue, who will hojd its annual encampment, Is spending his vacation and enjoying lamstown, In the Covington diocese, The study is not new at Notre Dame as was Miss Alice Kress, who have bean which may be the last, In (Washing- a needed rest, in Noruiern (Indiana-Durin- b'ecanie ill Wedn'eeday'as he stepped .roused against the bill, ..: iifif- - t ji It. has been carried 1n connection the ton in September. Great urenarai Ills absence the Iter. Fathev from an automobile and fell, striking unjuet M it NORTON 9UILDING with th college of history and Bast, will return ?th fJrt,of tkms ra under .way to make the 4ndrey, qf 'St. Mslnrad's Abbay, ?, his head. 'It is feared 'he was inA Ma a Alabesna preM alianMA aIm nf tin A ternally hurt. He was unconsolous N, W. Cmier Fawrth mi Jeffirsti reunion mentofafchi for the aged Its growing importance week. Their marrlajca was ft, a . for many hours. asMM baa lad the faculty to eraata a sap- - emfttsed at Bt. (Patrick' ahnrcli . parlsl. retaraaa. I LOUISVILLE, KY .. .SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1915. Oh, en-i- September 22 has been set as the date for the marriage of Miss Mary Malone and Edwin J. OTBrlen, Jr., Late News That Will Interest which will be one of the big society Members Here and Elseevents of tho seasdn. where. Postmaster E. T. Schmitt, Henry Hunold and Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Seven thousand were registered Metcalfe were among the lioulsvllle visitors registered at West Baden at the Seattlo convention. OJVSprings the past week. There were 150 candidates in ,the class that received the fourth at Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dannenhold Seattle. announco tho engagement of their Six new charters have been redaughter, Miss Jeanette Mary Dan- cently granted and six councils innenhold, to Henry J. Mazzoni. The stituted. wedding will take place in October. AH rights reserved. The Seattle Chamber of Commerce Boats leave foot of Fonrth St. 5:30 p. m. appropriated $8,000 to assist in enMrs. Margaret iPhelan and daughtertaining the national convention. ters, Misses Margaret and Nell repre- e$$$K$$3$xSKs$ Loulsvlllo Phelan, who have been spending ton sented at the will bo well Alhambra convention 8-days at French Lick Springs, will go Gray Enamel when It opens Monday at to Northern Indiana' to visit for several weeks. Berlin The council at Tonopah has Just Mr. and Mrs. J. Alton Kolb, Jr., paid the last Installment on Its cost which home, who have been In North Carolina on magnificent their wedding trip, have returned $30,000. August 30 has been designated and aro spending a few days with With One Pound of Mixed Mrs. Kolb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. "donation" day for St. Joseph's Tea at Kautt, before going to housekeeping Orphanage by the Knights of OklaSTORE CtOSES AT 6 P. M, DURING JULY AND AUGUST, homa City. on the Bardstown road. The Knights of Columbus made w gBHKdljBiylHr Mrs. Nora Donovan and daugh- Saturday one of the memorable ones BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 W. MARKET ST. ter, Miss Nellie Donovan, of New In the history of the San Francisco Albany, left last week to visjt rela- Exposition. S3xS3K$4SK3K$S$ tives at North Adams, Mass. They Hon. Daniel J. Griffin, member of were accompanied as far as Indian- Congress from New York, conferred apolis by Miss Mayme Donovan, the third on a large class last week . who spent several days there with In San iFranclsco. relatives. Sunday there was a fourth degree initiation at San iFranclsco, followed 'Sister Mary Agnes, of the Domini- by a banquet attended by the can order and stationed at Water-tow- Supremo officers and delegates. Mass., passed through the city Minn., The AL. S. SMITH, PROP. this week en route to St. Catherine's gave a Knights of Little Falls, Prairie picnic Sunday at Belle Academy at Springfield, where she for the benefit of the Academy of will spend a short vacation. Sister Our Lady of Angols at that place. Mary Agnes Is a sister of The camp on the Kentucky river Mrs. Annie Henchey, 1730 South near Frankfort is proving quite Fourth street, with whom she made popular. Last week many Knights a short visit. BOTH PHONES 810. and their ladles enjoyed the outing Sunset and Vaudeville BY MacKin Social Club -- STEAMER HOMER SMITH SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1915 Qt. Blng-hamto- n. French Kettle FREE 30c JOKTNT M. MJLVJLVO Y i'GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Funeral Director and n, Embalmeri STREET! 4 4 809 WEST JEFFERSON 4 4 4I 4 g, JJUUtdiUUI & JMLLIUM Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH "I- I j.fr.I..M"l-M"t"M-i"'HW"M- short-sighte- V J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. '' L I Bast Malax. Sttnroet. I FONTAINE FERRY ll unre-muneratl- ve 1 st two-da- ht Twenty-sevent- I Suits I thirteen-year-ol- SIMPLY CHARMING home-makin- g. ItDUal t1150 S 150 of S I of Cincinnati (levysI I d. enter-talnmo- ts a, H.BOSSESON and I M io AVBNOS FRED ERHART ARCHITECT -- g l. wi 1 r rnM KBPtfTTTJOKlY Xj&ISIX AJSKEXLGAJS:t RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Coral ENTERS UPON NEW DUTIES. Miss Rose K, Golden, of Grand Rapids, Mich., recently appointed by the iLouisville Board of Public A. 0. H. Safety to the office of Superintendent of Nurses of the City Hospital, arrived in the city Friday last DIVISION 1. to enter upon new duties. The Second and Fourth Thursday, Lioder-kran- z training school of which Miss Go den Hall, Sixth and Walnut. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. SPOUSES FOR CHRIST. Not all of our separated brethren, 2525 West Walnut Street Home Phone City 4392-- J are heaping filth and abuso upon us PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY days of the in these 1000 Zane Street Homo GPhono Shawnee 198C panic propaganda." Even some of tho "evangelical" type, now and Home Phone 1191 HENRY SCHUII then, say a good word for us. Though; AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING called a meeting of neutral Car- her. 1103 South Setenth Street mey seem to como iew ana rar beFoundry and Machine Shop. Sentinel Thomas Noone. Hollenbach's Wino House dinals and Bishops to "be held in COMPANY tween, It Is moro tho pleasure to Home Telephone 2147 Switzerland for the purposo of dis GRAINGER & CO., record the following tribute by thq Choice Staple nnd Fancy Groceries KARL A. HOLLENBAOH, Proprietor 114 West Markot Street cussing peace plans among the DIVISION 4. Incorporated Importor and Dealer In Home Phone, City 6381 lonisvllle, Ky. European belligerents. In his state- Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Baptist Advnnco to the church for Meat and Vegetable Market Its concern for childhood: Tenth Street, Louisville, Ky. Old Shoes Had New. Work Son ment Cardinal Gibbons, who was at WINES AND LIQUORS Fine Teas and Coffee Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. Wnllo Yon Walt. "When God throws a child out; Southampton, L. I., said: Butter a Specialty 144 South Third Street President John H. Hennessy. Into the world He is mighty anxious "Tho dispatch published In the IRON AND HEAVY THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. Vice President Thomas Lynch. that It gets a right start. The morning papers in whicli my name GEM Financial Secretary Thomas J. Roman Catholics are right when HARDWARE. INCORPORATED CHARLES WILLMAN Is mentioned in connection with a Langan. they say, 'Give us the children until LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY Wagon Woodwork Carriage and projected conference of prelates to Distillers Of Recording Secretary John J. they are ten years old. and wo don't PLUMBER and Hardware be held in Switzerland is without Barry. CURTAINS CAREFULLY caro who has thean after that.' Tho OLD PORTUNA SOUR MASH foundation." HION CO., Homo Phono City 1396 "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE Treasurer Pat Connelly. Catholics are not losing any sleep LAUNDERED BY HAND According to London dispatches Incorporated Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far-- about losing men and women from 3 W. Main street. 1204 West Market Street Louisville, Ky. the two Cardinals had invited roll. 528 W. Main St. Both Phones COS their churoh membership. It is the in Catholic Roman authorities only church that has ever shown us Sentinel M. J. McDermott. GASKETS AND JOS. F. BOEHLER neutral countries to a conference Home Phones Shawnee 592 and 593 tho only sensible way to reach tha which it was asserted, while not ofWM. ISGRIGG JEWELER UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. children that is by getting hold oC Special Rates on Large Orders Y. M.I. by tho Vatican, had ficially tho children. That is the only way SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR TnE VELVET Til' ICE CREASI CO. REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY received Inspired (Wholesale Only.) an unofficial recognition. on God's earth you will over solve Incorporated. 551 South Shelby Street MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. NATIONAL CASKET CO., 4105 Henry Street ICE CREAM and SHERBETS Between Madison and Chestnut Meets Monday Evenings at Club the problem of reaching the masses." INTO TID3 NAVY. Incorporated Homo Phone, City 9459 House, 344 North Twenty-sixt$1.00 Per Gallon Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-Eleventh and Magazine Streets. DIES IN ROME. Allen Riley, who lives with his S. E. Cor. Twenty-fourt- h President John J. Lynn. and RoWaa father, Leonard Riley, at iFlfth and HOME KILLED MEATS First Vice President John W. DISTILLERS. Cardinal Seraflno Vannutelll, & MILLER In the United G streets, enlisted B. H. BUETER HODAPP Dean of the Sacred College, died STATE FAIR MEAT MARKET States naVy on Monday. He is sev- Murphy. JOHN T. BARBEE & CO., Second Vice President Martin Thursday In Rome at the ago of Incorporated VETERINARY SURGEON enteen years old and will become on P. Schadd. Wholesale Manufacturers of A Full Lino of Fancy Groceries eighty-on'Cardinal Vannutelll was 0 W. Main Street. apprentice seaman. HORSE SHOEING Treasurer George J. Thornton. one of the most Influential of those HARNESS Both Phones AND STRAP WORK Kentucky Welter, Old Barbee, Financial Secretary A. C. Link. members of the Sacred College Call and Give Us An Order J. C. W. Whiskies. Sole Owners 116 SOUTH FIRST STRDET UNIQUE INCIDENT. Recording Secretary William G. eligible to the Papacy. He was one Cumb. Phone M. 1004-Distillery No. 32. Phones Main WE SELL FOR CASH ; Buckol. City 52G3. of the six Cardinal Bishops who 110 South Seventh Street, Louisvlllo Home Phone, City 2365 What is called by one of our esMarshal Harry Alberts. take their title from Home, City 981 Cumb. S. 981 Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. sees of Rome. He was the suburban CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION PLUMBING AND HEATING CON teemed contemporaries "a probably M. J. WALLSIIIELD Bishop of TRACTORS conunique Incident" Is reported in Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfelf Porto, Santa Ruflna and Ostla. He MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF CONCRETE BLOCKS H. W. NEWMAN nection with the consecration of fer. was created and proclaimed Car- CLEANER AND DYER OF LADIES' COLUMNS, ART STONE 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET Contracting Engineer, Steam and Archbishop iRoche for the see of St. Executive Committee Frank G. dinal by Pope Leo XIII. 'March 14, AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL Estimates on All Classes of Work Hot Water Heating and CONFECTIONER AND OATERESS John's, Newfoundland. Among the Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank 1887. Homo Phone 3117 Both Phones Sanitary Plumbing priests present on tho occasion was Geller, A. W. Andrlot, John R. Weddings and Parties Gives Homo Office: 440 Second Street Cumb. Phone S. 1640 the clergyman who married th Barry. antral Concrete & Construction Co. Special Attention MUST WAIT LONG. Archbishop's parents and baptized LOUISVILLE. KY. 961 Hamilton Avenue Charles Wolf, Manager Seventh nnd Oak Streets the Archbishop himself at his birth. Wo seek to make America CathCOMING EVENTS. Ho Is tho 'Rev. Father Vereker, who S CO. A. L. GUNN SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND olic, but at tho rate we are going at that time was curate at Placen-tl- a Receivers and Shippers of Hay and (BAKER AND CONFECTIONER August DEPOSIT BANK and Is now parish priest of Auxiliary, 25 (Dance, hy Ladles' Gabriel will blow his trumpet before Ostigo Acnue 2121 Grain. Manufacturers of Shnr-Plcdone. There ., at Senning's the task Is A. O. Ferryland. are about 80.000,000 Poultry and Stock Feeds ICE CREAM Park. Fourth and Central Acnae GUARANTEED August 26 Annual picnic of St. In the United States. About 40,00i Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed $2.00 PIANO TUNING S2.00 CATnOLTO EDITORS. 81 Per Gallon, All Flavors Interest Paid On Time Deposits Ann's church at Spring Bank Park. converts enter the Catholic church Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo REPAIRING 1104 fcouth Seventh Street Wo Solicit Your Business Incubators and Brooders August 28 Mackln's Social Club In this country every year. If the Catholic editors of tho counThe Phone Shawneo 1253 Phono City 6574 try began their annual convention in sunset excursion and vaudedvllle on population stood still In point of LOUISVILLE, KY. numbers, it would take us at our C. F. BENDER Toledo following tho adjournment steamer Homer Smith. 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS present rate of progress 2,000 C. H. Oerrard, Fres. & Qen'l Met. of the Catholic Federation. There August 30 'Branch C, C. K. of A., to convert the whole country. years JERSEY DAIRY John Hardy, That's MANUFACTURERS were about 150 editors and attaches euchre and lotto party at St. Martin's AMERICAN IKON WOSES Ice Cream Manufacturer a long time to wait. A good many Incorporated of Catholic paoers present, repre- Hall. Special Prices to Churches and Louisville Made Furnaces things may happen In the mean- -, BOILER MAKERS MACHINISTS "Tho Placo Where Old Clothes Are senting nbout 125 publications. The Picnics September 5 Catholic Knights' General Jobbing Bspalrs was excursion to Jasper and Ferdinand, time. Anyway the country Is in no 2 S. Ninth St. Made to Look like New." Oxygen Welding; Cutting and Brazing. question of a Catholic daily Both Phones Immediate peril of becoming Cathdiscussed, but the majority took tho Ind., via Southern railway. ConstrucPlate Metal Work and Steel Home Phone City 2542 First and College Streets olic. Catholic Columbian. BPALDDN'G DRY CLEANING CO tion. view of iBlhop QIcFaul, that tho September 1G 'Euchre and lotto AUTO REPAIR SHOP weekly press is doing tho work and PHONES 1887. Phones Main 411, East 145, City 8611 at St. Augustine's Hall. 1308 .West SACRED COLLEGE. should receive better support. 624 g. Main St. Sonlivllle, Ky. Broadway, afternoon nnd evening. The Sacred College, which should CO. W 'V W 'I' THE CARRELL-ROGER9 ' WV V ' V COLORED SCHOOLS. R. JEUNESSE consist of seventy Cardinals, has Incorporated. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. now but members. Pope Tho Catholic colored schools In the CARPET CLEANING, RUG MANU BUILDING CONTRACTOR XJtWaFORATEn Benedict has as yet created country number 165 schools, in FACTORING AND WALL Piping Is a very fashionable trim- and death threatens to furthernone, rewhich negro children are taught ming Just now. PAPER CLEANING duce the number before another con810 YORK STREET love for God and love for America. Telephone City 2357 (Buttons are to be largely used as sistory can be held. 053-5- 0 dress trimmings. South Clay Street Phono South 1753 Louisville, Ky. CHANGE IN ACTION. APOSTOLIC DELEGATE. There Is nothing smarter than tho may be gratifying to young plain tailored skirt. It JOHN B. FRANK women to shine as winners of Skirts are to bo a trifle longer thoThis Is tho silver Jubilee year of ordination to the priesthood of trophies at lawn tennis, gold and but as full as ever. his excellency, tho Most (Rov. John other outdoor games, but their proBig Quaker collars are now made Bonzano. D. D., Apostolic .Delegate fessional faces in action, as shown In many materials. to tho United States. During his In tho average public print picture, Sleeves are long and In the shirt nearly four years here Archbishop are not) at all winning. waists lightly gathered into a tight Bonsano has won tho confidence and respect of the better element of all cuff.. CRUCIFIX. BEAUTIFUIi Tulle and muslin have superseded Christian denominations. crucifix over tho nearly every other fabric for dance 508, 510 The 512 CLAY STREET. WARNING TO OTHERS. Archbishop's throne in St. Patrick's frocks. TELEPHONE 2W new Sleeves on some LOmSVILMB. KT, Cathedral, New York, Is made en- ings frocks are no o' the than evenThe Dunkirk, N. Y., correspondent more little tirely from olive wood from tho of the Buffalo Catholic Union ar.d Garden of Gethsemani, and is the ruffles. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE iBrald is evidently to be a Times sent the following to last work of priests and religious. The week's Issue of that paper: is also of olive favorod trimming for tho fall and figure of Christ There died this week In this city winter. wood; the cross Is Inlaid with foura man who had tho unenviable disAutumn will usher in nothing tinction of having first wMaIv Mr. teen medallons of mother of pearl, LOXJTSVXL.LB. ICY. taken from the ground on which revolutionary so far as fashions are culatqd the mythical story of the SATISFIES THAT LONGING. our !Lord stood during the Passion. concerned. famous underground passage in They represent fourteen Stations of Smocks made of jersey cloth are Dunkirk. The story the Cross. delightfully soft and supple in spite devout convert to thowas told to a church with of their fulness. tho ostensible purpose of perverting INCORPORATED are her mind from the religion she had IRELAND'S FIRST CARDINAL. IPlaln untrlmmed felt hats PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY. gaining favor. They are made in embraced. As an exhibition of His Emlnenco 'Cardinal Loguo, numerous colors. Ood's wrath, the man temporarily Primate of All Ireland, is now In lost his reason and for a long time THE $1.00 BOX DELUXE THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT his seventy-sixt-h year, having been B languished In an insane asylum. His PRAYER BROUGHT BETURN. year In which his born in 1840, tho demise ought to bo a warning to present Cathedral of Armagh was (our Saturday Special)" is She had been paying visits most mners or nis. type who seek to begun. His birthplace was Carry-gar- t, of the afternoon, and on reaching the characters of saintly men the most remarkable Flower in Donegal, in tho National homo and putting away her wraps and women. God shows his dlvlno school of which he received his she discovered that her e value obtainable. wrath in many unoxplalnable ways. primary education. Even then he was missing. In It had been a dollar gave evidence ot those talents which or two, her cards and a certified Other BOXES DE LUXE CHVPEL FUND GROWS. at $2.00. and $3.00. wore more fully developed later on. phoplr fnr $200. which shn had ln- Markers and Mausoleums. Coupons with every pur Boforo he was yet a priest he filled tended to deposit, but (had been too The chapel that the stenographers chase. iue cuaire ot meoiogy anu Deues jat6 for ner bank. of America aro working to orect In . Send for our illustrated desiens lettres In the Irish College, Paris, ''Heavens," she exclaimed, "shall a missionary Place Your OrtltrS Friday for waero no "was ordained in I860. I ever see It again?" and sat down wise would district, which other- and prices. Delivery Large and new stock to select Returning to his native diocese of In her despair to think over every- ing Interest be churchless. Is arousIn many circles. The Raphoo in 1874, ho was consecrated where she had been and might have fund Is growing, and will bo keDt from all high class work. All the fate and aew Styles and Shape Its Bishop five years later. The left It. Suddenly the telephone bell open until $5Q0, the sum required. Fifth 'Eunan in ex be feuad here at reasonable price. chair of St.utBie BOttL the early 80's rang, you win nave been collected. Thero are New Muldoon Monument Co. naa au Shea 1S73 ul leamiuKr Miss Blank, and have many stenographers and other busi 'Are 652 South Third St. leisure ' ;or us occupant, and for you lost anything?" inquired the ness women who aro welcome to conTHE FLOVVERS SHOP AT THE DATE SET. his, flock In famine times he In one person at the other end. tribute to this fund. Who nrnhnfilv SSO S. FOURTH AVENUE. year collected close on 1150,000. He "Yea; I have Just discovered the have long cherished the Idea of do- Governor, who is usually, it not alThe tentative date Bet for the was chosen as Coadjutor to Arch- - loss of my ing something tangible ways, the standard-beare- r of that solemn and impressive ceremony ot bishop MeQettigan in 1877, DRINK was said HERRMANN BROS. the consecration of Very Utey. M. J. came seven naonth later and be-- "Whatcards, in It?"money,the voice,- stantial for the missions: and sub- party in the Congressional contest. and this Arch-- 1 "My some a csrtl- Is Indeed a Gallagher, V. G., thereby elevating bishop of Armagh and Primate of chanra t.n in The party still promises milk and INCBRTERS the beloved pries-- to the episcopal All, Ireland. His elevation to the fled check tor $200 and, oh, yes! a something lasting and much needed honey In its platform, but the little dignity ot Coadjutor Bishop oC Cardinalate in 1893 was a dignity you prayer on a slip of paper. Did lor tnoso specially blessed workers attitude of the voters belle that old FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. see that!" In God's church the missionary sentiment of P. T. Barnum's, "that Grand Rapids, with the right ot before attained In the line of "Yea," said the voice: "I picked priests. Vonatlons may be succession, to that see, has been fixed i?Sye Primates from St. Distillers and Wholesale Deal108 snt to the American people llko to bo Patrick. He the for Wednesday, September 8. It ia labored strenuously for the com-- you ease up. And 'Just let me tell the Catholic Church Extension So- humbugged." ers ia Finest Barpdi of (hat It was that prayer that has ciety. whj?e offices are located now, settled that the venerable pletloH of hla Cathedral, the memor- - brought your property Whkktei, sspsoially. bask to you." the MeCormlck building, Chicago. in Bishop, H4nry Joseph RIchter.'D. D able SAVBS FKRN COLOR. consoeratlon of, which took e The' owaw heaved a will officiate, a the eonsscrator, birt Plac U 19ft4. Cardlaal Logue to jgh t relief and thdlight how lueky the prelates who will take ,part in aa OLD NOMINEE. When your fern turns yellow slice Kd' Gee WM ItSi BQ?TLUf QNp. that a OikbolK friend t$ etHUMemtierf eeraiaoales have not a raw potato aud put it oh top of the yet been made public. olallsts soil. hav 'This ntll draw out the Mtainated mu part to politic. Into her a laet mnnw. abbs, ot this elty, for worms. "antl-CPapa- li TODD-DONIGAN pupil nurses and five Clay Products Co. Vico President William Cushing. graduate nurses. .Miss Golden is a Secretary Financial VULCANIZINQ Edward are the family of educators Claacy. member of a BEST BRICK MADE IN PALLS CITY VULCANIZING CO. (Michinoted throughout the State of Recording Secretary James P. " 1101-0- 3 JMFFERSON, COUNTY East Broadway gan, three members of 'immediate Bldg. family having consecrated them Barry. Sales Office: 1010 Intcr-SoutFREE SERVICE Treasurer Thomas Keenan. selves to the religious life, One of Sergeant-at-Arm- s Home rhone'shawnee 1721 CELEBRATED Thomas Tarpy. these, a sister of Miss Golden, EXTRA BRAT AVURST P. I. BURKS & COMPANY Mother M. Patricia Golden, is at (INCORPORATED.) WEDNBSDAYS AND SATURDAYS DIVISION 2. present and has been for the past MANUFACTURERS Of I.. P. BOBITWASSES CO. lve years the iMother Superior of Meets First Wednesday Llederkranz Incorporated PIANO PLAYERS Hall, Sixth and Walnut. the Convent of the Good Shepherd, 923 GEIGER STREET Modern Player Built In Your Own Piano, and IBank streets, one Borne Phone 1802 and 377 President Joseph Lynch. Pianos and Piano Players Repaired and Tuned Twenty-thir- d Cumb. Phone Main 377 1000-100conducted Vlco President Daniel O'Keefe. 8 West Walnut, Louisville Of tho largestofand best city. ASK TOUR ZHSAZ.ES TOR IT 'Miss Institutions this Recording Secretary John T. ENGRAVERS PAINTS, OILS AND VARNlSIIfcb Golden comes highly recommended Keaney. from different cities In which Bhe Financial Secretary Edward J. has filled similar positions ot Kelran. SCHLICn ENGRAVING COMl'ANX PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Superintendent, and has had a wide Treasurer Thomas Hannan. ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS VERIBEST MIXED PAINT range of experience in nursng and Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. Hel ELECTROTYPERS teaching, and there is no doubt but Ion. STRASSEL-GAN- S PAINT CO. AV. Main St., Louisville, Ky management tho nurses 885 under her training school at our magnificent Homo Phone City 6674 213 West Market Street DIVISION 8. new $1,000,000 City Hospital will 3rd take rank among the very first In Meets 1st and 1818-182- Monday at HiberBAGS. "SOUTHERN STAR" 0 nian Homo, Portland. Manufacturers of Sacks for Flour Mills, the South. SLICED BACON Grain Dealers, Produce Men, Fertilizer, President John M. Maloney. Your Griddle In the Dried drain. Ice, etc Write for price "All Ready for Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. FAKE LONDON NEWS. on anything you may want In the Sack alornlng" Recording Secretary Thomas line. SAUSAQE HAMS, LARD, Cardinal Gibbons, in a statement Killeen. J. S. WALKER & Co., LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Financial Secretary John J. Hes-slo- n, 211 W. Main Street, Louisville, Ky. over his signature, last Friday gave (Incorporated.) Long DlBtance Telephone Connections an emphatic denial lo London disJr. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. patches which stated that he and SHOE REPAIRING Sergeant-at-Arm- s STRUCTURAL IRON WORKS. Martin Kale- Cardinal O'Connell, of Boston, haa Ridge eighty-on- e h. Distributors Of FEDERAL TIRES SHALE BRIOE MADE BY takes charge at present numbers President Mark Ryan. BUYERS Following tho close of the ten days' retreat at tho Sacred Heart Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly Academy, on Cherokco drive, last urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements Wednesday, tho beautiful and Impressive ceremony of profession and they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readInvestiture took place, Bishop ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. O'Donnghue presiding over tho services. Sixteen young women received tho veil of tho Ursulino SisARTHUR A. WILL terhood and thirteen mnde their pro Home Phone City 5813 fession. Those who received tho veil were MIbscs Elizabeth Durbln, Calhoun, Ky.; Louise Jenne, Louisville; 2131 Montgomery Street Mario Miller, Cumberland, Md.; Mary Ischanski, Cumberland, Md.; Home Phone Shawnee 1010 Agnes Dugan, Louisville; Clara Becht, Louisville; Leah Fowler, FUNERAL DIRECTORS Hardinsburg, Ky.; Aloysia Wheeler, Louisville; RATTERMAN BROS. Heinlger, Gertrude LINOLEUM AND Louisville; Katharine Snyder, Celes-tin- CARPET UYEI Ed H. Ratterman, Manager Ind.; Clementina Nonte, LouisFuneral Directors and Embaliaers ville; Katherlno Dlttmelor, LouisHome Phone Shawnee 484 220 South Eighth St. ville; Katherlno Burns, Cumberland, 2014 Qrcenwood Avenue Md.; Edith Stanton, Cumberland, Md.; Florence Mountrey, Hoboken, THEO. WOLF SOMETHING NEW N. J. Following are tho novices who made their vows of profession: Sis- BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Heating ters Marie Bannon, ICE CREAM Theothnnla J. L.' BROWNFIELD & CO. Wucreh, Cordelia Fleckenstein, Homo Phone Shawnee 1914 Josetta Bunn, Paschallna Dunn, Stcnm and Hot Water IIcaUBg Special Prices to Lawn Fetes and Ktholreda Payne, Gllberta Bclshoff, 111 K. THIRD STBEET Rita Hutmacher, Armella Wuersh, Picnics.h Twenty-sixtCumb. M. 159X anil Portlnnd Avenuo Homo Phone 7846 Eulalla Fisher, Lawrence Olges, Bernard Schleman, Edmund Reh. JOHN B. WATHEN THOS. J. BRODERIOK FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER BAPTIST TRIBUTE. PLUMBING, GAS AND e, RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL i BUILDER 1 WAGON OR VAN SEWER AGS 800-81- h. L. 720-73- e. Fay-Mu- s, Reg-Hter- A J5S6-A- RITTER-HENNING- HO RJVUNG ez one-ten- th cs -- Vtoa-Pre- a. 210-22- S WV W "I" "I FRANK FEHR BREWING CO fifty-eig- ht WALTERS' and Clay Street Brewery ten-fo- ot OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER Brewers and Bottlers JOHN F. OERTEL CO. MONUMENTS GERMAN BANK. de-ta- card-cas- Sat-arda- JACOB SCHULZ I and Market Sis - -- 5c 5c card-case- ." -- God-sriv- en . t Ken-tuc- ky Citra-- C But Pearl of Nelson, wn card-cas- mtimmm ii1""1 ,.rc. r eard-cae- AT FOUNTAII JKiNTOncrOKlY IRISH -- MraIO-AJNT. PRESENTATION ACADEMY Norllienut Corner Fourth nnd Breckinridge Streets. A Day School conducted by the Sisters of Charity of Naxareth, Kentucky. The aim of the Institution Is to give an edncatton at once religious, solid and refined. Classical Literary and Special Courses Latest methods In Voice Culture, Piano, Harp, Violin, Cornet, Harmony, China Palatini, Painting in Oil, Watsr Clon, Emoroldery, Plain Sewing, etc. School reopens Tuesday, September 7 Why Save Blue Stamps? Because There's Money in the American National Bank to Redeem Every Stamp Your Dealer Gives You. BLUE STAMPS CAN NOT FAIL. zivfflMr4T?6z 'H'HU Ullllll n miu rouRTH AveNue Herman ' Straus wcoxpofAreo fh m sons ' MARKeT STREET J i i A 4 " "" " m a ,r HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY X&ST HIBERNIANS. News Notes. AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. Timely Record of Somo Momor- - I This IRELAND. tecord of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. The death Is announced of iMIchael Curran at Edenderry. He was at one time Master of the Celbridge Workhouse. Miss Susan Carroll and Miss Maggie iFerguson, both of Clones, have been appointed rural letter carriers In that district. The Newry Urban 'Council electeu John AlcCourt, of Needham Place, as Shops Inspector. There were three candidates. At the County 'Fermanagh Assizes, held in Ennlsklllen, Judge Madden was presented by tho grand jury with white gloves, there being no criminal cases. Tho death Is announced of the Rev. Edward Loughrey, Dunglven. He was a native of Donegal, and had been parish priest of Dunglven for over twenty years. iDundalk Jail Tins been cleared ot prisoners, all of whom have been transferred to Armagh, and tho prison has been converted into an hospital for wounded soldiers. The Guardians of tho Rathdown Union havo decided to use Irish coal. 1 A sample supply recently tested was found to be of better quality than tho coal Imported from Wales. At the (meeting of the Joint of Management ot the County Infirmary, Rev. P. Daly, Castlepollard, was unanimously Chairman of the Infirmary Com-mltteo Is Interesting News For Hotels, Restaurants 4 ana nouseiceepers. Will Open tho School Year With Increased Fncllltlcs In Its Now What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General and Greatly Enlarged Quarters, able Events in tho Catholic History of America. By James A. ftoonoy, IjL. D. Conducted by Dominican Sisters from the Mother House of the August 22, 1870 Tho iRIght tRev. Division 1 will meet next ThursOrder, St. Catherine of Sienna Convent, Springfield, Ky. Amadeus iRappo, first iBishop of The Academy offers thorough Primary, Preparatory, Com- day evening. Cleveland, resigned his seo after rePlvlslon 3 held an old time an episcopato of twenty-thre- o mercial and Academic Courses and special attention is given the union meeting IMonday evening. years and retired to the diocese study of Music and Art. of 'Burlington, Vt., whore he perHibernian day, next IMonday, is Needle Work are included in the curriculum. Lessons in formed tho labors of a missionary tho absorhing topic in Baltimore. For information address the Academy. until his death in his seventy-sixt- h Since the middle of April three FOCRTH STREET. STRAUS' AUGUST SALE OF ANNUAL The last Initiation at Kansas City now members to added thirty-seve- n tho order. Division 11 of Utlca Is doing some excellent work and Increasing its membership. 1913. The biennial convention of tho order In Ireland opened on Wednes- August 25, 1849 Brothers Peter and Dorothy, of tho day in Dublin. Christian 'Brothers, arrived in St. The .Ladies' Auxiliary dance will INCORPORATE) '.Louis and took charge of tho take place at jSenning's Park next Cathedral parochial school; ChrisWednesday evening. tian Brothers' College opened, Tho Hibernian iRlfles of San Franwith (Brother Patrick as PresiPHONE-SOU- TH 25w. CITY 1866. military cisco will hold a great dent, May 21, 1850. wwwwwwwwuvwwwwmwwwwwwwwwwwwm tournament tomorrow. still goes August 26, 1650 IPassago by the The work of extension General Assembly of Maryland of on In Maryland, all divisions reportiLord .Baltimore' celebrated toleraMAIN 073 ing a steady Increase In membership. CITY 1700.7 tion act, "being tho first In the 4 will meet Monday Division annals of mankind," according to evening and hear reports of the big (Bancroft, the historian, "to make religious freedom the basis of tho Initiation to be 'held the first meeting In Septembor. State." Despite threatening weather moro August 27, 1847 The Right iRev. than 6,000 people were entertained Sebastian G. Messmer born at at tho Irish day celebration of tho Goldack, St. Gall, Swltzerand; BROOK AND MARKET. Milwaukee Hibernians. ordained at ilnnsbruck July 23, 1871; professor of theology in tho A Try Ivory Flour. None better. Quality guaranteed. tionallarge gathering greeted NaNewark diocesan seminary and of President McLaughlin last Prices always the lowest of any first class flour. canon law in tho Catholic Uni- Board. Sunday at the Irish day celebration versity; consecrated 'Bishop of Can save you money on all purchases of Groceries, of tho Cincinnati Hibernians. Most Rev. Dr. iHoaro was, at the Green Bay, Wis., March 27, 1892; quarterly meeting of tho committee, National Secretary Sullivan comMeats, Bakery Goods. Give Red Stamps on all cash or mends Division 2 of Washington, of appointed Archbishop of Mil- unanimously Chairman ot waukee November 28, .1903. C. O. D. orders. Delivery to any parts of city or suburbs. which Patrick J. Haltlgan is Presitho Joint Board of Governors of August 28, 2823 St. James church, Longford County Infirmary for the dent, for its largo membership. Brooklyn, dedicated by tho IRIght ensuing year. Indianapolis Hibernians had a $x$$4h$$ great and successful celebration, 'Rev. John Connolly, Bishop of Balllngrown House, the residenco New York; sermon oy the Very of Major John McGilllcuddy, . . ... Wednesday at (Broad Utipple Park. near r (If y"1 ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account we uive and1 Tk Redeem Frorit hhannn Rev. John Power, V. O.; the old- Tralee, has been destroyed by fire. No meetings were held that night. with this safe, conservative, est original Catholic church build- A. lot of furniture, plate, etc., was National President McLaughlin 1' f I ; I ft f t g H ing in tho State of Now York. Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more also consumed, tho total damage beaddressed a great (Hibernian meetany time. We add absolute safety and 3 ing estimated at about $35,000. at ing In Toledo, where ho was a deleTWIN CITV LEAGUE. gate to the Federation convention. per cent. No cost to you whatever. was SWWWWMMMMMVHWMMMMMWVWiWIiVMiiMMVWWWWW Patrick Casey, an to six months' ImprisonA Prince Albert suit and silk hat same courteous attention eiven the The The victory of the Champs over sentenced Waterford for having at ment at wore tjie prizes ior attenuanco at depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. the meeting of Division 1 at Mobile Bertrand last Sunday .In tho Twin Pethard, TIpperary, used language .SB Similar prizes are awarded each City League clinched tho flag for tho likely to prejudice recruiting. Three military men gave evidence against month. him. &vi Under the Big CIocU Second and Market Division 1 of Bridgeport, Conn., 'It is' announced that tho status of will make a big event of tho lnltia-- t Slnto Government Supervision. the Castlebar prison has been re tlon to be held next month; when 8S$$SkSS$33kSk8 duced to that of a minor prison, Mfty candidates will be given tho and that In future It will only bo three degrees. utilized for committal cases and the Thursday evening of last week tho Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of DAN J HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN receipt of prisoners having to serve Ladles' Auxiliary of Olean, N. Y., trading stamps, er many other useful articles carried only short sentences. 'admitted a class'io membership-ariMIDSUMMER WEAR A SPECIALTY. Patrick Byrne, BalUncarrig, was 5 then entertained their men friends in our premium rooms. tried at tho WIcklow "Petty Sessions at a basket picnic. tMtUHMUMVHMMMWMUHMMMHMWmmmmHMMUHM for shooting John Dolanoy. Tho Evidence of the prosperity of tho evidence showed that the two mien order in Mobile was made through went out for a- walk, Byrne taking a EVERY GARMENT CLEANED SEPARATELY AND BY the initiation of five candidates and HAND gun. In firing at a rabbit Bvrna tho reading of several applications accidentally shot his companion. The at tho last meeting. "You Have Tried the Rest; Now Try the BEST." HBPV T- - jSIPSML? ' case was dismissed. Twenty-fiv- o thousand invitations iRev. Patrick Glbney, a native ot wero sent out in Central Ohio for Drumbess, was recently ordained In UPSTAIRS STORE. colobratlon held. 425 W. Jefferson Street tho Hibernian tho Irish College at Salamanca. fin Wednesday at Columbus, which his return homo ho was warmly closed with a great mass meeting In CLEANED BY THE received. Ho was mot at Arva by a en evening. 55gg-gggs crowd who escorted him to his Soft Water and Olive Oil Soap Process. Chester iHlbernlans have dedi mother's residenco. He celebrated cated their new building, one of tho his first mass In St. Bridget's finest In (Pennsylvania. Itev. Father THIS METHOD UNEXCELLED. ' wSBaBaiaa church, Kllleshandra. BVaflBaJM-- ' . Qullday, of tho Catholic University, Michael TIerney, farmer, aged and Mayor William Ward, delivabout fifty, residing at Borriso-lelgThat you spent (or something you did not NEED would have started a $( ered addresses. j was returning homo from Minneapolis and St. Paul HiberSAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED jttj Templemoro fair. At an awkward nians imado a display in the Central "THE HOUSE WITn TOE REPUTATION." bend In tho lane leading to his house, twice a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" jjj Vereln convention parade that the man was thrown out, the carfc Both Phones 2635. public compliment. They spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the J54I evoked must be 426 South Fifth St. falling on him, and ho received such wero led by Hon. Daniel W. ILawler )' and serious Injuries that ho riipri QhrM dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. President Regan. afterward. me wmow oi tho late Capt. me community of thn rProoonfn. Thomas J. Hargadon, the well tlon Convent, Youghal, and the known Louisville fire fighter, retownspeople generally, are deeply ceived $1,000 from the Minnesota JOSEPH P. IHINES, regretful at the death of (Mother M. Hibernian State Life iLeague Star Who Fund. Many here did not know that Twin City Ankle iLast Sunday. .Broke Joseph Power, which occurred in His tho convent. Tom held memhershlp in the order. Mother Power had two Hundred members attended former, winners In a C to 4 game reached her seventy-eight- h year, Fifth and Court Place. had spent no less than fifty-tw- o and the meeting of tho Ancient Order in in Open Daily Until 3 p m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. aioDuo last week, when iRIght Rev, mainly through tho Injury to HInes, tho Presentation order. Trim .uisnop Allen was tho principal nnn of fhA Tlortriuirt nfnro speaker. Others who spoke woro broke his ankle in the first inning, OWENSBOnO. Rev. Father Eaton, Hon. Michael J. his hitting and fielding being sadly missed through the rest of the Sunday at Owennhnm Last MoDermott, John C. O'nnnnRii. jt Frank J. Thompson, M. J. Duggan gamo. His substitute failed to hit and Mrs. Andrew jQberst, old pioneer Champs' pitclior at all, while coiuuiiw oi mat. city, neld a happy tho and (Roger Hannigan. Hlnes has always batted at a 400 family reunion at their home on clip of the same twlrlor. Mackln West Fifth street, the occasion beFONTAINE FERRY PARK. trimmeu Trinity in a 7 to 4 gamo, ing probably, the only one upon Commencing 'with the onatlnea tho latter losing through errors. which all tho members of tho famSuday Singer's Midgets enter upon Bruins trimmed the lowly Imperials ily could assemble together. Mr. 6, the K. thojr The most popular cooking device in the sixth and positively iMIss last 18 to out while Olympics ofInC.a justtodid and Mrs. Oberst aro tho parents of nose 5 4 Hon. Albert the week in this city. B. Oberst and Miss Adelo game, although the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, MOraW hnS TlROn mnlnnrl an.T ,,,111 Bohannon, of the Mary Catherine Oberst, who left this bakes perfectly and consumes the least offer a number of new and catchy rorJner ,team, fanned seventeen men week for Pittsburgh to enter the .. tni bungs, me uorangeots have also and only allowed sevon hits. The Passlonlst Sisterhood. possible amount of gas. H"M.frH i 44"H last Sunday was the, H been retained ad will offer ihn intpnt attendance steps In terpsichoro. On the band- largest of the season, over 11,000 M. J. 6ANN0N, AT MILWAUKEE. LAWRENCE P. BANNON, JR., J. VEENEMAN, It is made to last. stand little Miss Dawson, who has people being present. Tomorrow Prei. & Hit. Vice Fret, t Treat. Secretary. Bruins been captivating .tho nark natrons tho schedule is as follows: The iLouIsvllIe team will begin a T IC r c- - MackIn VB- Olympics, o since sho opened her engagement. X?' series at Milwaukee Imperials and (Bertrands aiiernoon and should havo this will bo seen as tho special atlrac- - ChamP8 no tlon all next week. As to tho pictures vs. Trinity. The standing to date: trouble In winning a majority of 215 WEST MARKET STREET. Won. which aro presented every evening Lost. Pet. the series there, as the Brewers 1 .17 .944 have slipped badly and will finish in tue park, a number of new and Champs Sewer and Calvert Pipe, 13 3 .813 about sixth In tho race, which is a attractive ones have been "booked" Bertrand JrTTlrf'i"1itWllWtlw01lL)Ci4B loaiumi vXKKX"K"H'-Sanson's Patcat Lidded Fine for Steam Cemdaits. 12 5 .702 big drop foil pennant winners of tho and will bo offered for the approval Olympics ams. Ill ."9 8 .529 past two seasons. K.ofC of tho "movie" lovers. Wall Coping, Draia Tile, Yitrified Brick, After this series Mackln 10 .375 the Colonels Jump ,.G to Minneapolis, fire Freeang, Use Lining, Fire BrtcK Bruins 5 .313 whero thoy will do well to break II MUSICAL FATtEWELL. Grate and Boiler Tile, Greaad Fire Clay, Chimney Tens. 13 4 Trinity .235 even, as Cantlllon's club Is making 1 16 .060 a Garrison finish for pennant honCenturies old music blended with Imperials..., OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON ors, bearing out tho prediction made modern compositions of a sacred UNIVERSITY OP OKLAHOMA. In these columns Just six weeks ago character was rendered before a CUMB. MAIN 507. q HOME PHONES CITY largo audlenco In Washington Hall, that tho Millers would be thoro at On September 9, 1915, the WORKS 13th end Break, and. Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and lOth. Z the finish. .Many o the ulvorslty theater at Notre Dame, University of Oklahoma, an in- - newspaper critics whotho association 713-71- 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET by the brothers' choir on (Friday awarded the M"I"H"1"M-1"H"K"H Hi pennant to St. Paul a """" evening last. Tho choir was trained , higher learning " TttytoMS-CM- b., ano S. 299a. Hmh, CHy 2399. and empowered by are now looking around month alibi and directed by Itev. Uohn B, the State for an & of Oklahoma to grant de because of the easy victories regis- Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 Delaunay, . S. C, of Koly Cross grees and diplomas, will open its tered by the Millers over St. Paul THE College, Wahlngton, D. C. Music doors to prospective students. The this past week, which cut down tho lovers from neighboring towns were university building y A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of Is a very much entertained and 'In latter's lead. With Corrldon back by the contrast existing be structure, 220x70 feet, covering a in the lineup and the pitchers going structed Boor space of approximately 70,000 as .they are the team looks better tween the ancient and modern styles square throughout than it did any time this season and feet, of music, as moat of them had ' Etcoaro RATED rW i,0Q7-r- fhc vorr annUnt TOi with a capacity of 400 students. It should moro than hold its own on ot the church. The concert was In ,'8 ?ulltx ,ln th? but,fut11 T"dor the road. It was suggested In these the nature of a farewell to twenty-- . Gothic style and contains all modern columns last week that with Peerless Common Ira Pale Lager Located only three- five", young brothers ot the Congrega- - conveniences. return Mldkiff should bench ilon of the Tloly Cross who were Uarters or- a mile rrom tne city himself In favor of Stansbury, this the grat. demaad we are now BOTTLING COMMON, about to leave for the first tlma to ,'"njiw or Boawnee, u is suuaiea on suggestion beng commended by a i,"i-'ith bb. ..v tnvilff .? urni- ..'iiuiiiin &n emlHiHiGe.- h ' hlstiest in the ran from waverly Hills, and glad to Md at all leading bars aad eafee. Renowned for purity, strength, exeeHeatSMW nnw up nuin abmmuvd ive tried the rest get the BEST. ,wmii)ub oc ae reiate, inw suggeettoa has beea bu In various schools ithrougikl the vicinity, QRUBER A DEU5ER, Managers, Leulsvllle, Ky. hundred aeree. and 59. 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