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KENTUCKY rjfitII AMERICAN.
jENTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. A U t Saclal'sss Marat aavssctesawst at Irish American and CsAollcs V Officially ladorsad by Aoctont Ordar ot Hlberatsns, Youof Man's Institute and CattaoMe Knlft-hts nf Amtrica. 1 1TUCKY IRItH AMIRICAN PHIMT1NQ CO.. twwrpwtM. PaallaHars CRIPTION PRICE, O.NB UOLUAK PER YEAR tilNQLB COPY Bwttm M tk LtatavllMl hwlllM CI flattof . rMaaUCMiMriMaMMt M M KINWCKT rfRADES !)UISVILLE. KY la Saturday Kentucky li noia- ... . i ..i n.in. g Ver Iirst primary cietnuu un-in le State-wide primary Jaw. Under le new law all men are placed upon qual footing and may become the andidate of their party, it bring no longer possible to bar them by aklng entrance fees that are pio- llbitory. For years the tate-vnae primary has been demanded, ana erefore all who aro registered ana titled to vote should today tIsU the lling place and cast their ballot. e people have now the nomination Jf candidates In their own hands, hd they owe It to themselves, th ty and State to vote today for the Lst men. Democrats especially, jelng the leading party, should take Vitereat In this primary and present A strongest tlclcet ever offered in Louisville and Jefferson county. COMMENDED. When the Board of Commission ers of the city of Lexington met last week that body by unanimous vote adopted a resolution tendering the thanks of that body and the people of the Bluegrass capital to Lieut. C ior. McDermott for his good offices Jjn terminating the strike of the fitreet car motormen and conductors in that city. The Building Trades Council also passed resolutions thanking the Lieutenant Governor and comemnding him for hia kind Offices and good judgment in bring Jabout an amicable settlement of the strike without recourse to force or the mllltla. The Acting uovernor set an example that has been every where commended and that all State Executives might well follow. REAL LOS8. v Irishmen and friends of Ireland everywhere are grieved over the deatbyof John O'Callaghan, which tarred In Boston on Sunday after nines of two days. The de- earnest workers for the Irish cause, and had been Secretary ot the United Irish League of America since its founding in 1901. For years Mr. O'Callaghan had been con' nected with the press ot Boston and was always prominent in every movement for the advancement of his race. He was forty-eight years of age, and certain It Is that his loss will be seriously felt. SHOWS II Ell COLORS. The BrltlBh Government has in' formed the American Ambassador that Great Britain will not particl pate in the Panama Exposition ot 1915 How la that for "hands acrosa the sea?" Advocates of alli ance with Britain and the celebra tion of one hundred years ot peace car; not longer deny that England' spirit of hatred tor the United State still exlBts. the canny Scotsman's ehulitlons to the contrary. England has again shown her colors. HUMBLE JOHV BULL. The London Daily Telegraph, confessing that It was only through Irish players representing England that OK cup was won at Melbourne la the tennis championship games. now draws consolation from the fact that America wins the cup through the playing of Maurice McLoughlln, ot Irish stock. Though claiming American cltizon shlp, Andrew Carnegie, whose home 1s at Sklbo Castle, la a Justice of the Peace for Sutherland county, Scot land. The wily Andy wants to succeed the late Duke of Sutherland as Lord Lieutenant of the county. What more Is needed to demonstrate his preference for England tt the United States? Kentucky spent just 112.70 to settle the Lexington street car strike. That sum covers the ex penses of Gov. MoDermott, Attorney General Carnett and Senator Farrls. With others in power how different would hive been the result. Evansville labor leaders made themselves ridiculous when they In vited Martin MuHiall, former lobby ist for the Nutlonal Aspoelatlon of Manufacturers, to conn to their city. on September 1 and deliver the Labor day address. How about the Jubilee in dulgence? When are you going to gain It? You can repeat the exer cise and gain most of the graces. With an approximate membership IWSN AMERICAN, J19-2I Watt Omta St. T COUNCIL! SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1913 o 300,000, the Knights of Columbus are Indeed a slroag Catholic force. NAME CHANGED ONLY. The Enoyclopftdla Press, incorpor ated, is the name which the publish ers ot the Catholic Encyclopedia have adopted in place of Robert Applcton Company, the namo under which they were Incorportted in 1905 for the special purpose ot pub lishing the encyclopedia. The new name has been chosen to do away with the confusion that had grad ually arisen between the former name and that of the older house of D. Appleton & Co. This rhange of namo does not mean that the com pany itself will be changed in any sense, as the directors, officers, the board of editors, the administration and the policy of -the company will remain the same. Condo B. Fallen is President of the Encycloportia Press; Arthur Kenedy, Vice Presi dent and Treasurer, , and Walter Magee. Assistant Treasurer and Secretary. In choosing their r.ew title, the Encyclopedia Press, they have chosen one that suits the char acter of the publication already completed, whilst it will be suitable for other similar publications which they are urged on ell sides to under take. MISS LEAHY'S GOOD WORK. Mis Anna Leary, Papal Countess, of New York, has announced that the ha made plans to have every battle ship and armored cruiser of the United States navy presented with life membership In the Naval Relief Sooletv. The certificate will be presented to the fleet commanders In the fall, and they will be asked to dis tribute tihem among the vessels. She has also endowed a "navy bed" In St. Catherine' Hospital. Brooklyn lor the wives of enlisted men of the navy and marine corps. RETAIL GROCERS' OUTING. Because ot the bad weather, which prevented many grocers and their friend from attending the outing ot the association at Fontaine Ferry Park last week, the Executive Com mittee has decided to give another outing at that pleasant resort on Wednesday. August 20. Arrange ments are also being concluded tor a baby show, together with contests of skill and strength, to be partici pated in by the children a well as the "grown-ups." Of course the big country store will be a feature. LOTTO PAIITY. The second of the series of lotto parties given by the St. Rita Guild for the benefit of St. Aloysius church at Pewee Valley will be held next Monday night at Clambrlnuh Hall, Shelby and Roselane. Games will be called at 8:30 o'clock and many valuable prize will oe award ed. There will also be music and for those who desire refreshments will be served. FONTAINE FEKIIY. Fontaine Ferry 1 an Ideal place to spend an enjoyable evening. For next week Manager Bilger has se cured a high class aggregation for the vaudeville pavilion, when a varied bill of comedy, musical and novelty features Is to be offered. The free concerts by Natiello and hia band and the swimming pool at tract large crowds that attest their growing popularity. The season ai the Ferry Is now at Its height and very day sees an increased attend ance. DATES CHANGED. The lawn fete to have been given by the Church of Our Lady on Aug ust 19 and 20 has been changed to Tuesday and Wednesday. August 28 and 27. and the ladles or tnat pop ular little parish are arranging a first class programme or onteriain- ment and refreshments for the occa sion. The affairs will be given on the beautiful lawn adjoining tne church grounds. RECENT DEATHS. Theodore Eberle, son of Mrs. Tillle and the late Adam Eberle. died Mon day morning, following an operation for awendicltls. Since nis rawer death he bad been conducting th laloon at 1274 South Shelby street for his mother. Young pberle was a member of the Knights of St. John, and was popular In German Catholic circles. HI funeral was held. .. . i I . a. Vlnnanf ' vv euuebunj njuruiug irvm di. mv.m de Paul s church. Following s lingering Illness, Mrs. Margaret Stanton, 2928 Blevln street, widow ot the late Thomas Stanton, passed to ber eternal reet Monday morning. She was fifty-seven years old and Is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Harry bpsiaman. Funeral serv. Ices were held Wednesday more In with a solemn mass of requiem at St. Cecilia's church. By the death of Mrs. Scholastic! Schneider, aaert eighty-one St. Itonl- face churob lost another of Its oldest and most respected members. A native of Germany she came to Louis ville when a girl of fifteen years. Her husband, Wendllo Schneider, died wenty-six years ago. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Christ Volpert and Miss Fannie Schneider, and two sons, John and Frank Schneider. Funeral service were . held Monday morning, many assisting at the mas ot requiem for the repose of her soul. I i L i n i i j. i iu-i , H j SOCIETY. J vaa.bCfl.aJsiOifl.a.aaadiCffi. Mis Irene Stack has returned from Shelbyvtlle, where she visited John M. Casey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alexia Schultea have returned from a two weeks' trip to New York and Boston. Miss Margaret King is In Frank fort visiting Mrs. Patrick O'Brien and Mrs. John J. King. Miss Mary Agnes Monahan has been enjoying a delightful visit with Miss Anna Ford, near Maysvllle. Miss Anastaala Wlckstead, Park, has been entertaining Helen O'Bryan, of Owensboro. Deer Miss Mrs. D. P. Dougherty, of San An tonio, to the guest of her sister, Mrs. T H. Sutton, in the Highlands. Misses Lula and Teresa flaming are spending the week with friends at St. Mary's on the Knobs In Indiana. Mlssss Margaret and Angela Otte were delightful entertained at a reception given in their honor by Mr. D. Foley. Patrick Connaugliton, engineer op the L. and N., and his wife have gone to Martinsville, Ind., for a stay of two weeks. Mrs. Bernard Marthorst, Who has been spending some time In Canada. Is now In Cleveland visiting Mlsc Jane Dlernert. Miss Florence Kelly, who waa the guest of Mrs. Redmond Stanton In Jeffersonvllle, has returned to her home In Cleveland. Miss Barbara Schaub, of New Al bany, has returned from Evansville, where she visited Rev. Father Schaub and Miss' Rose Schaub. Mrs. Jack MoAullffe and niece, Margaret Smith, of Memphis, Tenn., have been visiting W. G. O'Rourge and family at Parkview. Miss Mamie Kelly and her nieces, Misses Ines and Mamie Gleeson have returned from a delightful visit to friends In Cincinnati. Joseph E. Sparks and bride, who was Mies Eva Forsting, will return from their honeymoon trip Thursday and be at home at 1809 Deerwood. Miss Cleo Donahue, of Covington, has been spending the week visiting her 'grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Donahue, of Third ave nue. Miss Florence McGiiinl and Abbott McGlnnls, of Salt Lake City, have been enjoying a delightful visit at Fair field as the guests of Miss Margaret McKenna. Miss Pearl Melton, of Henderson has been here visiting ' Miss Marie Zimmerman, and many little celebra tions have been given in honor of her visit. Mrs. Kate Garvey and eon and daughter. James and Anna May, have just returned from Indian apolis, where they have been visiting for the past two weeks. Mrs. Margaret McAndrew and her daughter Margaret have. returned to their home in Decatur, Mich., after a month's visit with her mother. Mrs. Margaret Kennedy, and Mrs. Jos. I Otte. . Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dannenhold, Misses Clara Dannenhold and Jean Dannenhold and Messrs. Will Oran Dannenhold and Will Kempt have gone to White Mills for a stay of several weeks. Mrs. A. B. O'Flaherty and two daughters, Letty and Mary Elizabeth, who were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, T. H. Sutton, on Sherwood avenue, have returned to their boms at Corpus Curlsti, Texas. Mrs. Thomas Bohannan and chil dren left Friday for Wequetonslng, where they will spend the re mainder of the summer. Mr. Bohan nan will be at the Louisville Coun try Club during his family' ab sence. After a most enjoyable visit to relative and friends In Kentucky, Mrs. William E. Merkley. formerly of Lebanon, has returned to her home at Shawnee, Okla. While In this city Mrs. Merkley was the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. J. Scbranz, 923 South Second street. Mrs. Edward J. McDermott, wife of the Lieutenant Governor, who was operated upon at St. Joseph s In firmary, was able last weea to re turn to her home -on Ormsby ave ¬ nue. Her many inenos win rejoice to learn that Mrs. McDermott's re covery will be complete and her health better than for years past. SUCCESSFUL OPERATION. Many will be rejoiced to learn that young Gilbert Renfro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Reufro. v.ho last week underwent an operation for throat trouble, ha been pro nounced out of danger and on tn road to recover. The operatiru wax performed by I jr. Adolph Pfliiigst and was successful. T1UMTY COUNCIL. Monday night Trinity Council -ie with somewhat less than the regi'lr' attendanee, due to the extremely lint weather aud the lack of urjeent laihi neBS. The requlur order wh qutculy dispatched and then encouraging re ports were received from the cot-, mittees aranglng for the Mammoth Cave excursion on AugiiHt HI. , RKLIGIOl'S CENSUS FIGURES. Accordln to Dr. II. K. Carroll, late Special Aamit for the United States Census Office, and published In the Christian Advocate, there are In the United States 12,783,234 Roman Catholics and 22.847.0S4 Protentants. ONE DOLLAR a month keeps you on the payroll In event of disability caused by tick ness or accident. Can you afford to be without this pro tection? Riaf U Jloma Fhoaa-CKy 20O5. Reichert Sign Will Call Oa Tea at Toar Plaea el Baaiaeaa and Talk to Toa Oa SIGNS OF ALL KINDS Stage Scenery, Birds-Eye View of Your Factory, Interior Decorating, All Kinds of Banners, Etc. KNiCflTS op ro minis. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where. New York State leads with 43.00J members. The total membership to be re ported at Boston will bo about 300,000. Fifteen candidates received the first and second Tuesday night at Trinidad, Col. New York has voted to establish ten scholarships In Cathollo colleges of the value of $100 per year each. Members of Eastern councils will charter trains to convey their mem bers to the Boston convention. The council at Marshfleld, Ore.,' or ganized some years ago, held its first initiation last -week and received twenty-five members into the order. Loras Council of Davenport, Iowa, has purchased the 80x150 lot at the corner of Fourth and Scott streets and will erect a handsome stone and brick building. The Knights of Little Falls, N. Y., celebrated the winning of a loving cup and victory over the Hibernians by a procession with 'a band and a serenade for the partisan of both baseball teams. FORTY HOURS' PRAYER. The Forty Hours' devotions for this coming week will be held In Holy Cross church, West Broadway, beginning at the high mass tomor row morning and concluding Tues day. During these beautiful serv ices Father Brey, the pastor, will be assisted by a number of clergy from other ehurcb.es, , FiMILY PICNIC. Members and friends of the Con cordla Singing Society are in receipt of postal Invitations to a basket picnic to be given by that popular organization at Senning'a Park next Tuesday. The committee has ar ranged an excellent programme and promise those who respond to the invitation a pleasant day. MISS BURKE HlllT. Miss Katie Burke. 603 East Chest nut street, Jeffersonvllle, is recover ing from the injuries she sustained last Saturday. She was at her home and while descending to the cellar he steps gave way, precipitating her to the 'bottom. While she was bruised and badly shaken up, no bones were broken. CATHOLIC LEGION. At a meeting of the Indiana State officers of the Catholic Benevolent Legion, held at Logansport on Wednesday, It was decided to hold the next national convention of that order in Logansport on August 10, 1914. TOOK THE VEIL. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Gobmann, Miss Catherine Gohmann and Miss Helen Moritz, of New Albany, went to Oldenburg, Ind., the first of the week, to witness Miss Magdalene Gohmann-reecive the white veil of the Franciscan Sisters. SISTER P1EROLINA BITTER. SlBter Plerolina. former Sister Superior of the Sisters of Providence iu Now Albany, and at one time principal of the Holy Trinity parochial school, who has been criti cally ill at St. Mary's-r.Mho-Woods, near'Terre Haute, la reported to be improving. OUR OLDEST MAN. James Moran. of Grundy county. 111., celebrated his 110th birthday an niversary with a family reunion on July 23. He Is known, aa the "King of the Wappecan." When in his prime he was s famous athlete. Moran was boru la County Mayo, Ireland, July Z3, 1SV3 Ha came to Illinois With roe eany seiners, ana is saia 10 vm the oldest man now living in tne United States. WILL REPRESENT rOPE. Very Rev. Francis C. Kelley, D. D., President of the Church Extension Society, Chicago, has received word that Monelgnor .Bonsano, Papal Dels- gate, has been appointed to act as the pope s representative at tne second Oat hoi in Mlnslonary Congress, to beld in Boston, October 19 to 21 be PERTINENT QUESTION. Ths Parish Messenger, organ of th Episcopal church of Omaha, NeY, speaking of the Menace lies of Cath olic sisterhoods, recently remarked: What ba become of our American iTRANSYLVANIASBBCO. L N. Canada, Cen'l Supt. and Art Co. KODAK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers. Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS. PICTURE FRaMINQ. S11 Jtfftrtrn Leltrll! VOTIJ FOR A. B. KILKELLY CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE Eighth Magisterial District, composed of the First to the Ninth Precinct of the Eleventh ward and wboleof the Twelfth ward. Subject to the action of Demo cratic party ONTAINEFERFT THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Xtragood Vaudeville 10c SH?88 10c Free Concerts by Natiello's Band BIO NEW SWIMMING POOL Entirely sanitary. Frcsn running wa ter. PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season. NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics, Socials, Outings, This beautiful Fark baa been greatly Improved and la furnished with perfect equipment throughout. Societies aad parties should consult the management of f noenlx tllll Detore closing eoutracts. HARRY DECKER, Assistant Manager :FOR: A LITTLE DIFFERENT AND A LITTLE BETTER Furniture For Less Money go to WM. F. MAYER, 413 W. MARKET ST. CENTRAL FURNITURE CO. In corpora ted N. W. Cor, Third and Oreea Si. We furnish the home com plat oa easy payments. WM. CALLAOHAN, Mgr. Saws Ocpi manhood that It can stand by un touched with Indignation; that men, )tueo t0 American prlnclpl pity n(j manly honor, ah es of fair should maju I uuerade In lt nama to rnh wnmnn at their fair nam? OFTEX SET TYPE. The Archbishop of Adelaide, Most Rev. John O'Relllv. whit bus limt rala. brated his aolden lubilea. la an all around newsuauer man aa wall aa rat Bishop. He had years of journalistic experience as editor of ltfc. Went Australian Record, and In addition often set ths tvna himself. AGENTS WANTED. Agents wanted everywhere to sell our beautiful line of Sacred Pic tures (Catholic), Fruit and Flower Oleographs, for framing and post cards. Tou can earn 15 dally. Im port Distributing Company, 16 West Forty-second street, Nw York City. Ben L Brunei, President. HERMAN STRAUS SONS J il f outh avenue mncofwnreo market stsctt I We Give and Redeem!! Profit-Sharing Certificates THE PflOFIT SHARING CQ -a. si is. mtTJTt rtJJ, aT -L! "J "The Only Stamp PROFIT-SHARING ;; value at our store of 10 cents per page or 12 1-2 ;; ; ; cents per page in merchandise, which is equivalent '. ; : I 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 " I single full page of PROFIT-SHARING CERTIFI- X CATES. PROFIT-SHARING issued on charge purchases when bills are paid on or I before the 10th of the following month. 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