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ICIIVf UOIZTV XiIII AMERICAN.
KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGfEF?ISLRRY ONE DOLLAR month keeps stSTRANSYLVANIASSBBCO. you on th of disability ... It tat Social M' Maral Ufaaceeaciatai si Irish Aieerlcaaa sns Csraolks Officially Indoreed by Ancient Order ot fUberaUu, Young Men's i (netltuta and Catholic Knights ot America. glWTOCKY IWISH AMIIIICAH PHINTINQ CO.. lnwnw'H Put-Uaf re Subscription price, onb dollar per year sinolb copy s Xtrngood Vaudeville m DAILY MATINEES 1f)r lUC ALL SEATS , IUU Free Concerts by Natlello s Band ness or acclu afford to be without this pro tection? L N Canada. Ccn'ISupt. Ben L Bruner, President. Sixth Floor, Paul Jones Building GRAND ALL-DAY PICNIC FOR THE BENEFIT OP ST. PAUL'S CHURCH PHOENIX HILL PARK, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23 COUNTRY CHICKEN DINNER. Eucbre and Lotto Games at 3 and 8 o'clock with many handsome awards. Amateur night for singers for prize of $5 in sold. Amuse I Herman straus sons j ii I pousth avgwut mnraamreo maswpt STSftT j BIO NEW SWIMMING POOL teraS t tfce fttn e-CIa Hett . At4. tnc.oitio.i to tvnvcu wsn amemck.imi w..t ocs t. Entirely sanitary. ter. Fresh ruoalng LOUISVILLE. KY .....SATURDAY. JULY 19, 1913. COMMENDS ACM NO CJOVEIlNOIt. Vpon all sides are heard words of commendation for Lieut. Got. Ed ward J. McDermott for tala firmness and wisdom In the settlement of the differences between the Lexington ' Kallroad Company and lta striking employes. Instead of calling out the State troop and Incurring an enormous expense, the Governor pro ceeded to the Bluegrass capital and reviewed the situation for himself. Without any hesitancy he called to gether the representatives of the ...h.h nd its employes ami pointed out the duty they owed the city and State, being firm and lust to each side. The gratifying result was that the strike was called off, arbitration was agreed upon, the men returned to work and all Is again harmonious, altogether due to Gov. McDermott, who would make most excellent Chairman for Presi dent Wilson's new National Board of Mediation and Conciliation invested in their educational prop erties in this country $100,000,000, and are contributing another f 10.000.000 annually for the main tenance of the samo. Their educa tional institutions have a population of over 1,250,000. OCtSKKKKt SOCIETY. Miss Margaret Orogan has gone to Chicago for the sumwer. CARDINAL GIBBONS. His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons will celebrate his seventy-ninth birthday next Wednesday. The Kentucky Irish American Joins with the American people and tenders Us hearty congratulations, praying that Cod will prolong his earthly life for many years. Cardinal Gibbons was ordained fifty-two 'years' ago and twenty-seven years ago became n.mw nf the Sacred College. This great American churchman now stands second In seniority In the College of Cardinals. HIT DOG YELPS. The Kentucky Irish American is in receipt of an anonymous com munication disputing the expose in these columns of the Menace's favorite take story that the assas sins of Presidents Lincoln, Garfield McKlnley were Catholics, but v w nnv nrnnf to the COn- . ...... ' - - -- a M trary. I Our data gatherea irom Protestant sources must have cer tainly iurt the feelings ot some Menace adherent in this neck of the woods. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome J. Driscoll are visiting at Newcastle, Ky. Mr. aifd Mrs. Merit O'Neal sojourning at Grayson. Springs. are John Conniff has lust returned from a ten days' visit to Chicago. Mlsees Mary Byrne and Adelia Stewart left Monday night for Ashe vllle, N. C. Misses Ethel Greely and Irene Ross are visiting relatives at Grassy Creek, Ind. John Silk is home from his vaca tlon, having made a two weeks' tour cf the West. Miss Mayme Barrett was a recenl visitor to the Misses Foley at Pewe Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Alexis Schulten have gone to New York and Brooklyn for a two-weeks stay. AMOUNTS' TO NOTHING. The House of Lords, after defeat ing the second reading of the home rule bill for Ireland, adopted a reso lution to submit the measure to the judgment of the country. This amounts to nothing and will not alter the determination of the Gov ernment to grant Ireland her free dom before this time next year. The showing made the past year by Catholic educational Institutions conducting medical departments has been most encouraging. Graduates of all schools must undergo examina tion before being granted license to practice medicine. From the Journal cf the American Medical Associaties we learn that the St. Louis Uni versity leads all the large Institu tions in this respect in this country, with a record of but three failures out of ninety-one examinations. This surpassed Columbia, Harvard, Uni versity of Pennsylvania, John Hop kins, Rush University and others equally large. The ninety gradu ates ot the St. Louts University class ot 1910 were examined without single failure. These are facts worth knowing by Catholic young men who contemplate following the medical profession. Now that they can rote, women "bosses" are beginning to loom up la Chicago. Hull House Miss Jane Adams, who stumped the country for Roosevelt, will be prominent and will be followed by others of hardly less Influence. Strange to say, but nevertheless true, there are women loaders who are supporters ot Hlnky Dink" Kenna and fBath hoose" John Cougblln, the Aldermen who have given the First ward and Chicago much notoriety. The women are now dividing into opposing fac tions that presage little Influence tor their movement. The time has arrived for parents who intend to send a son or daughter away to school this' year to familiar ize themselves with ths advantages the various institutions have to offer. Instead ot barring motorcycles from the streets, how about tovtiug the sanity ot some. of the riders who say they ride motorcycles for pluas " re, v x-r is no gainsaying that Cath-v-or education. They have Miss Mary Curlny want to Ctnlral City last week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mallory. Misses Catherine and Mary Flnne gan have gone to Buffalo, Vhere they will remain until fall. Miss Irene Stack is spending her vacation in Shelbyville, the guest of John M. Casey and family. Mrs. S. Everln, Third avenue, ha1 been entertaining Iher cousin. Miss Maria Clark, of Cincinnati. Misses Joe Kelly and Elizabeth Brady are homo from Aurora. Ill, where they spent two weeks visiting friends. Mrs. A. M. Scroggln, housekeeper at St. Leo's church rectory, Is home after a two weeks' visit to Grayson Springs. . Harry Welsh, of the Illinois Cen tral freight department. Is spendln his vacation with relatives in South' ern Indiana, Miss Catherine Clark, 1130 South Seventh street, is home from a two weeks' vacation spent in the large Eastern cities. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Sullivan and family, of Cherokee road, have ro- turned from a motor trip through the Bluegrass. -. Misses Mint le Kellner anil Ellia' beth Weitzel are home from Frank fort, whe.ro they visited Mrs. Will lam fj. Weitzel. . Mr. and Mrs. Pat Egan and chll dren, of Memphis, were . recen guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Flood at Eastwood. . Miss Abbie C. Chester and brother, Edmund Chester, are visit lng in Demlng, New Mexico, as .the guests of relatives. William Olberman and his mother Mrs. Lavlnlg Olbermiif, are vlsivln In Frank. 'on, the guests of Mrs, William Weitzel and Mrs. Tl'.omas Heffner. PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season. ROW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnic? , Socials, Outing. Thl beautiful Fark has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout. Societies aad parties mould consuu me iuk""cui of Phoenix 4111 before closing toutracts. lAKKV DJilK.I!.K, Assistant Manage!. ments for young and old, and latest music by Collins' Band. Grand prizes on the entrance tickets, which are only 10 cents Henry Zaepfel, Albert Thornsberrv, Vernon Sumter, Ed Score, Alfred Hlttinger, Jack Woolfort, Joe t,un ther, Will Strubel and Ted Anderson. Miss Marsaret -Wiggins, 732 South Twenty-fourth street, entertained at dinner Thursday evening in nonor Miss Imelda Cowan, or Dayton, Ohio, who is visiting her aunts, trie Misses O'Neill, West BrecKinriage street. Misses Mary and Angle Flynn are in St. Louis to spend the summer and are attending a house party given bf Mrs J. W. Corcoran, 6053 Fage boulevard. ' Mrs. Walter Dorsey," East Chest nut street, Jeffersonville, had as her guetss this week Miss Helen. Burke, ot Louisville, and Miss Ermine Jacques, ot Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. North, of De troit, are visiting .relatives here. Mrs. North will remain for several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles MeOrath. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Calendar and Miss Beatrice Ready, Who visited frlende here last week, returned to their home In Frankfort, accom panied by Miss Ballle and Robert Harreld. MlssSlary Brannlgan left Thurs day for an extended European trip. While abroad she will visit Koine, Dublin, Loudon, farts and other points of interest, returning the lat ter part of September. Miss Bessie Settle, who has been the guest of Hlu Mary Forst for the paxt month in South Louisville, has returned to her home in Maud, Ky While here she made for herself a wide circle of friends. ' lira. F. C. Zettel chaperoned the lowing ' at an outing Riven lsit uday on the River road: Mlnuea Marin Hltt'.nser. Hosalle Wemue, uthilda Steier, Josephine Zaepful, I Ulan St Her, Adeie Wempe, Olivia ftipe, Josephine lllniner, M.ym lnr, Josi'i'blue tollel; Messrs. Mrs. M. J. Tlerney and daughter Lulle, accompanied by Miss Ella f-roll, of New Albany, have left the city for a Southern trip and will visit relatives and friends in Mem phis. Texarkana. Honey Grove and St. Louis.,! RETAIL GROCERS' ALL-DAY OUTING Fontaine Ferry Park, Thursday, July 24 SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE IN THEATER FREE CONCERT IN PARK v Better Bargains than ever at Country Store. Noth ina over ten cents. Get a Barrel of Hour or a Load ot Coal tor ten cents. An Electric Scale, value $185. 00, and a Section of Walker Bins, value $35 00, will be disposed of. Come early. Watch the swimmers in the big pool Bring your lunch. Tables free in park Mrs. Andrew J. Corcoran and sister, Miss Ethel Wathen, left last week for Bel'.evllle, Ont., where Mrs. Corcorsn will reside in the future Mr. Corcoran left several week? ago to take charge of large business interests in Canada. Miss Margaret Sullivan, South Louisville, has had' as her guests Misses liene and Marie Reardon, of Cincinnati. They were entertalne-1 at a lawn party given In their honor by Miss Catherine McAughan, 3100 Third street, when covers were laid for nineteen. TWIN CITV LEAGITC. Some enthusiastic. rooting can bt expected in the "Catholic Baseball League tomorrow morning when the Spring Bank and Champions meet, both teams having a large following, and this game will decide the t-m porary possession of first place. The Hrulns will meet the Hepburns, the Shamrocks will play the Athletics, while the Kentucky Oaks, will Jour ney to New Albany to meet . the Cadets. The standing to date: W. L. Spring Banks 8 3 Champions 8 4 Kentucky Oaks 7 -5 Shamrocks. 6 - 5 Bruins 5 7. Hepburos 4 6 Cadets 4 7 Athletics 3 8 RECENT DEATHS. Pet 727 .667 .583 .545 .417 .400 .364 .273 George J. Murphy, a well known member ot the police force, died Wednesday morning at his home, 1923 Bank street, following a brief Ulneee of pneumonia. He was forty. two years old and Is survived by his widow and three . daughters. The funeral was held Friday mornisg from SL Patrick's church and was largely attended. The last solemnities over the re mains ot Daniel Sweeney, for a num ber of years the baseball idol ot the West End, who played in the Na tional League under Manager Joh'i McCloskey, were held Monday morn ing from St. Patrick's church. Sui vlvlng him are two brothers, J. J, Swteuey, Superintendent of the fireenbrlei distillery, and Thomas Sweeney, and two sisters. Danny Sweeney was a favorite with the ball players of the old days, who sent many messages of condolence wben they learned of his death. DKUGHTFIL MOOXLICHT. The moonlight excursion of the Hibernian Social Club Monday night was a most delightful affair. Long before the time for the pleasant river ride ths boat was crowded with ladies and gentlemen, who never spent a more en toy able evening. The members of the committee saw that all were cured for and had a good time and thereby added to their already great popularity. Those who could not go express the hope that the Hlbernlaii Social Club will soon give auother. MWwUtWWVWVWVWWWMWWWHWWWWWWVWW PICNIC KOIl ST. l'ACL'S. All who attend the picnic for St. Paul's church next Wednesday at Phoenix 11111 Park will enjoy a day long to be Temembered. Features will be the cnlcken dinner, the ama teur singers' contest and the eucbre and lotto games. Many handsome prizes will be awarded ticket-holders and players, and for all there will lie an interesting and enjoyable pro gramme of amusements. HCNTKIl W KKK ItKTTI'K. Attorney J. Hunter Burke, who underwent an operation for appen dicitis at St. Anthony's Hospital, stood the ordual well and will re cover. It is thought he can soon be removed to his home, 65 South Thirty-fourth street. TOASTS TUB LADIES. At a dinner of firemen recently the following toast wan offered; "The ladles1 Ttnlr 'eyes kindle the only flume which we tn not ex UiiKiilah and against wbiih brr- I" no insurance." NOTICE TO USERS OF OAS AND ELECTRICITY Contracts have been let for the construction of a pipe line to bring natural gas to Louisville. Pending the arrival of natural gas, the artificial gas now sold by this company will be furnished at the following prices: GAS USED FOR LIGHTING PURPOSES $1.20 per thousand cubic feet, with a discount of 20 cents per thousand for prompt payment. GAS USED FOR HEATING PURPOSES 72.2 cents per thousand cubic feeet, provided the Consumption Is as much as 1,400 cubic feet each month. Whenever tne consumption of gas for any month falls short of 1,400 cubic feet, the price or gas will be as follows: . For 100 feet or less 44 cents For more than 100 feet and less than 300 feet 06 cents For more than 300 feet and less than 700 feet. 67 cents For more than TOO feet and less than 1 10O feet 78 cents For more than 1100 feet and lees than 1300 feet. v 80 cents Ten per cent), discount will be allowed on all these charges, pro vided the bill Is paid within the discount period. It will be observed that the price of 75 cents heretofore charged by the Louisville Gas Company for gas used for heating purposes has been reduced to 65 cents, the price heretofore oharged by the Ken tucky Heating Company. - As soon as the work can be done, the city will be redistrlcted In such a way as to make bills for gas, electricity and other service rendered by this company fall due on the same date in each district. Pay stations will also be established St places convenient to our cus tomers, where bills may be paid. Bills for electricity, both for light and power, will be rendered in accordance with the contract' between the City ot Louisville and H. M. Byllesby ft Company, which contract ties been published and has been assumed by this company. Wherever persons, firms or corporations have contracts for def inite terms with either the Louisville Lighting Company, the George G. Fetter Company, the Campbell Electric Company or the Kentucky Electric Company, such contracts will be respected and carried out by this company. . The collection of bills at the office of the Kentucky Heating Com pany, at Seventh, and Ormsby, and also at the office of the Kentucky Electric Company, on Fourth, near Chestnut, has been discontinued. All bills payable at either of these places may be paid either at the office of this company, 311 West Chestnut street, or at one of the pay stations Indicated on the back of the bill. Louisville Gas and Electric Company By DONALD McDONALD, , Vice President and General Manager. KODAK SUPPLIES Ever Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers. Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CAR9S. PICTURE fRAMINO. We Give and Redeem Profit-Sharing Certificates 121 Jiffsri.ii ItiHtvlitt NOTICE TO VOTERS. , Tbe Supplementary Registration for the Primary Election to be held August 2, 1913, will be held in the County Clerk's Office, Court House, on Saturday, July 19, 1913, between tbe hours ot six () a. m and twelve (12) o'clock midnight. The following persons and no others shall be entitled to regis ter at said Supplemental Registration: First Any persons who were absent from the City or Town of their residence during tbe entire time of the Registration of the preceding year. Second Persons who were prevented from registering by rea son of their own sickness or by death in their immediate families. (In case of illness physician's affidavit is required.) .Third Persons who moved into tbe City or Town of their pres ent residence after the latest date that would enable them to regis ter for tbe purpose of voting in tbe last regular election, and who have the qualification of voters in tbe precincts in which they reside. Fourth Persons who have become of age sinc-J the last election sod have the qualifications of Electors. Fifth Persons removing from one precinct to another since the last regular election after having registered at bis former resi dence and precinct. KAY, Lierk jertcrson county court. lEHuitlHL THEP-.OHTJ aBIHGCO. rm. "The Only Stamp With m Cash Value." PROFIT-SHARING CERTIFICATES have a cash value at our store of 10 cents per page or 12 1-2 ;; cents per page in merchandise, which is equivalent to $2.00 in cash, or $2.50 in merchandise for every ' $100 purchase. But you do not have to wait until your purchases amount to $100, as we redeem a Z single full page of PROFIT-SHARING CERTIFI-?CATES. PROFIT-SHARING CERTIFICATES will be I issued on charge purchases when bills are paid on or t before the 10th of the following month. 59 Years On Guard" A w I j u Your Money Guarded On Interest The interest and all that a part of your weekly earnings would soon amount to in this safe old bank will come in mighty handy one of these days for helping' you to buy a new home, pick up a good paying investment or start you in a business of your own. Bring us regularly a part of your earnings and we will pay you interest on it compounded every six months until you are ready to use it For 59 years we have been faithfully safeguarding the people's money and we offer you the same protection under the direct supervision of the State of Kentucky. A dollar dtpotit Btartl you. Begin today. It it what you tav that counts x o x German Insurance Bank 207-211 W. Market Street Between 2nd and 3rd KCWJU4IW: A. P. WinkW. Vice FW J. C IWxrt. CuhiM. EdmaadRapp.AMt.CMh. Jobs E. Huha, M(T. Smtos Dpt 0 DIREXTORS-HuuvAlnuudt, CW Scholu, Jr AUrad Sovck, Edw. F. Ptmt, Cm Ko promt, Hniy C Wetback, A. P. WinLUt. mm 10) REAL COUNTRY PICNIC FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH AT PEWEE VALLEY Wooldrldgo's Grove, Wooldrldgo Station Tsk Luultvlllasad Esstara Lagraogs Electric Cars TUESDAY, JULY Sli, lOltt IICKCTS 10. . MEALS 25c. Every tkket eotitles bolder to s cbecct on Fine Kitchen Cabinet. In addl tion the followiug priw will be awarded; Sow with young ones; a beautiful band-ru.de Lece Bed Covering, coniUtlng of prd. boltier cover, etc ; a Life. Hied Ureawd Dull, and a Fine Umbrella to tbe candidate for public omce polling tbe uioit votei in tbe popularity content. Music. Kefreibmenta.