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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 C F ls Itrt 3 NTUKY IRISII AMERICAN VOLUME XXVIINO 8 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 26 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS YM- w IL k Bishop ODono hue Grants Ills Approbation to Grand Council Catholic Young Men Hold Suc cesstul Convention at Carrollton d Adopt Measures For Establlsh wont ot Many New Councils J OFFICERS FOR TILE NEXT YEAR Grand ChaplainRev George M Conner Owensbor- oPresidentVlcIC Ecker of Trin ityCouncilFirst e President W A Link of Mackln Second Vice President George A Lawo of Chickasaw Secretary Chas Barbour Sarto TreasurerLawrence Framme of St George MontIgomBoard of Grand Directors James B Kelly of Trinity Albert Oberst of Sarto Henry Bezold of Phil Sher idanNext convention Owensboro Officers delegates and visitors to the Fourteenth Grand Council Y M I Kentucky Jurisdiction received a hearty welcome to Carrollton the city named after the bravest of the signers of the Declaration of Inde pendence and the consensus of opin ion is that this convention will be productive of more satisfactory results than any in the history of the organizationMonday the delegates at tended a high mass celebrated by the Rev Father Bocklage after which the convention was opened with prayer In the hall of St George Council Grand President George Lawo occupying the chair The Cre dentials Committee composed of William M Higgins George Dlchtel and George F Slmonls reported the councils represented and the follow ing delegates entitled to seats In the conventionMackin 205 William M Higgins Samuel L Robertson W A Link George Simonis Ben Sand George J Lautz 1 Trinity 230 James B Kelly aymondueller W ExJvqWJ Phil Sheridan 206 Charles T Brooking Sarto 214 William Carlton Montgomery 600 Louis E Car ricoSt George 677 Andrei Westrick Chickasaw ICO George W Dlchr telThe following approbation of the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville presented by Supreme Vice President Robert T Burke caused rounds of applause and evoked a spirit of enthusiasm and interest that will be of untold beneit to the Young Mens Institute and our Catholic young men Louisville August 17 1911 Mr Robert T Burke Supreme First Vice President Young Mens Insti tute Louisville Dear Sir I heartily approve and recommend the Young Mens Institute as a society for Cath olic men I have been associated with the Institute almost from Its foundation and have noted with pleasure Its growth and the good work It has accomplished Among the Catholic societies of the country the Institute ranks hrgh and has become well and favorably known for Its good work In these days the country Is Honeycombed with societies of all kinds some indifferent some bad and some strictly forbidden to Catholics This condition shows the necessity of good Catholic societies where young men may associate themselves for mutual spiritual and material benefits and avoid the danger of joining associations that are suspicious or dangerous to faith and morals I hope that the Young Mens Institute long ago established in the State of Kentucky may grow In strength and number and produce the good results for which It was founded Very respect ully YOUrs D ODonaghue bishop of Louisville Supreme Chaplain Y M1 President Lawo called A F Mar tin to the VIce Presidents chair and announced the following committees Laws and Revision James B Kelly SrL Robertson Andrew Westrick B J Sand State of JurisdictionGeorge J Lautz William Carlton C Edward Mueller L E Carrico Albert B ObeVfitriaalTco William A Linke Jo jeIY AC ssldY Joseph C Klrch tOrter 1Resolutions Charles Brucklng Raymond CEyl John J Barry Frank aAdams William Carlton Upon motion of Delegate Higgins the convention knelt In prayer for the welfare of Pope OPlus X and the Grand officers were Instructed to send greetings to tho American Federation of Catholic Societies att Columbus Ohio and inviting that body to hold Its next annual convex lion In Louisville Reports ot officers was the next order of huine The President itat d thatthe councils now existing I Were la good condition Though two councils pawed out of txUUnec Jthe mftH b Mifalp fcM brai increased Sp4dsl attention wee eyed to the f j 1j ff i excellent work they have done during the year In closing Grand Secretary Barbour was commended tor his faithful services The report was referredChairman Frank G Adams sub mitted tho report of the Board of Grand Directors reviewing the work of the past year Many suggestions were made that later Were approved Every council has gained In membership and Phil Sheridan Council bas purchased Its own home Printed copies of Grand Secretary Barbours report were distributed Grand Treasurer Vic K Eckor reported all bills paid and a nice sum in the treasury Communications received from President Glnnochio of Barry Coun cll and John B Shannon were re ferredSupreme First Vice President Robert T Burke in a statement de tailed the work of the Supreme Council and In concluding made suggestions that will bear good fruit Adjournment was taken the after I theICommltteeIonganization and increasing the membership There was an Interesting discussion and a decision to continue for another year the policy Inaug urated by the present administration The convention also decided to continue the publication of the Y M I Journal which will be issued j hereafter each month Those having charge of this publication were com- mendedI for the good work done dur ing the year A number of recom mendations were approved after which adjournment was taken to Tuesday morning Tuesday morning the convention was opened by the Grand Chaplain Rev George W Connor of Owens boro The Grand Chaplain In his fourth annual report expressed his devotion to the Y M I to the young men who are the parish priests great concern Y M I councils he said should be welcomed in every parish Called attention to the Holy Fathers wish that all should receive holy communion frequently and commended closer relations and alignment with the Holy Name Society Hoped that the coming year would outshine all others The Grand Council approved the suggestions of the Grand Chaplain Louis E Carrico delivered a stir ring address upon the subject of or ganization and the Catholic press urging Its support William E Link submitted the report of the Finance Committee which was concurred in the per capita tax remaining un changedA from President Glnnochio and Barry Council elicited great applause Rev Father Bock lage was given a hearty welcome and responded and c kind word 1lW iwltjfeeling rJlT r X The final session was held Tues day afternoon when the officers named above were elected and In stalled William Carlton invited Grand Council to meet In theII which was accepted by voteTelegrams of greeting were re ceived from Trinity Council Presi dent Sam Robertson and others The newly elected officers were Installed by Deputy Supreme Presi dent Martin and the fourteenth t Grand Council adjourned sino die UiNYIEYDING Attitude of the Church Toward Morganatic Marriage Much misunderstandings exists about tire attitude of the Catholld church toward morganatic marriage A morganatic marriage simply means a marriage secretly contracted by a prince with some person of such conditions that she could not be publicly acknowledged by the royal fam ily or could not with propriety become QueEn on lets accession to the throne If this furtive marriage has been valid according to the laws of the church the church can not sanction a second marriage and will never do so and has never done so notwith standing statements to thd contrary Of course if the morganatic marriage has an invalidating flaw in it the church can and must acknowledge this flaw For instance a clandestine marriage Irr a Catholic country was always Invalid since the Council of martracted in the clandestine manner But when once a marrfage Is valid churclfilostrather than give In over this pplnt slid she would be ready to lose any ether country rather than ylehlI TOOK THE VEIL t The following from the New Haven Echo will interest many Louisville people Mr and Mrs Sylvester Rapier and daughters Mrs Sam J Dant and Miss Mildred Rapier wero at Loretto Academy Tuesday to b9 present at the ceremony when Miss Alice Rapier who will be known herer 111vestedettlnE order The fair postulant has frequently visited here and the numerous friends she made will pray that Sister Marie will win Gods choicestl blessings in her new life COVINGTON 1 Sister Walburga for the Pat- I twentythree yearn Mother uperior- of St Walhurga AentUmy Convent on East Twelfth street Cavlngtoi hM been eboMft by the tr Sot aaotter JJtermsm fuprtor ot Utpfcsdld iMtttifttoii r I Ji f t 1 n i N tj r i 0 Iioil 7h 1 1OFFICERS ELECTED BY THE YOUNG MENS INSTITUTE V K ECKER GEORGE LAWO CHARLES BARBOUR Grand President Second Grand Vice President Grand Secretary ELATED IrishAmericans Much PleasedI Over Last Mondays Ccle bration Large and Appreciative CrowdL Present at Rlverview Paris I Limerick Defeats Portland inI An Exciting Tug ol War WILL MAKE IT ANNUAL AFFAIRl One of the most representative I Irish and IrishAmerican crowds seen In this city was that gathered at Rlvervlew Park last Monday after enoon and evening in honor of th I IrishAmerican day celebration an the Ancient Order of Hibernians The chief promoters can not bu t feel proud of their efforts it being a success socially and financially Every family in Louisville of origin was roprejesnterby some on and they min l d togethgrlike one Ig TaTnTiy bn aVoutl TByishW dren kept the shootthechu es miniature railway merrygoround and other devices busy while their elders enjoyed themselves In the dance hall or listening to the of Irish airs arranged especially fo the occasion The special feature of the evening was the much advertised tugofwar between John Hennessys Limerick team and Thomas Dolans gallant tItracUnggave the contestants room at the start to do their level best but when the space was cleared and the strug gle started the spectators saw a contest that was worth going mile to see First the Portland boys would have the advantage then Limericks amid loud cheering theII adherents ot both Finally the nessy team gave one mighty pull and drew the Portland team over the line big Martin Joyce of the vic tors urging his teammates to pull them In the lake A big crowd gathered at the wheel of fortune not so much to try their luck with the fickle goddess as to hear the melodious spieling of Sergeant Jack Maloney who kept the crowd In an uproar with his allusions to the various articles and what part Ireland they came from etc orI ng intermissions he would snatches from the old Irish folk songs and it was the general opinion of those present that Andy Kast who has had the reputation of be ing the best wheel spieler in town will certainly have to look to his laurels The band under the leadership of Prof Slrlgnano played all the new and old Irish favorites Klllarney EndearingYoungkWhere the River Shannon Flows Wearing of the Green and others the crowd showing Its appreciation by hearty applause and encores Loulsville8 IrishAmerican peace guardians were well represented among their number present being Capt M J Hogan Lleuts M J Leamey and Edward Callahan Sergt John Maloney Patrolmen Tom Fitz gibbons Rpt OHearn John Kilcen Mike Qflarq John Hession William Lawler Edward Colgan and others All In all President Coleman and all of the County Board members are much pleased with the IrishAmeri can day celebration and intend to mako it an annual affair CLIFF HAVEN While Cliff Haven where the Catholic Summer School Is1telngI held Is a Salopian field of pleasurable sociability of exhilarating sports and wholesome amusement the assembly loves to pause from time to time to auspend all other engagements white she with a fine Rente of propriety pays a jutt and proper tribute to the memory of brholy dead The lat two weeks at Cliff HUH leave bees crowded wjtfe treat meceMftil arcnt eduet Uul aoe4al and athbtltand1 yet HM keeueet intorMt were abowa iuD J j I day evening when at the Audi torlum the solemn memorial servicE I to honor the emory of Monslgno J F Lpugjninj D D of Philadelphia was held Roy D J Hickey LL D President of the school was Chair wlUiIa appropriate as to high priestly character of Monsignor Loughlin his manliness and schol arly attainments Rev D A Bogan of Piainfleld and C A Webber of Brooklyn In turn dwell happily and earnestly on his great work for all forms of young men Catholic societies In which they werE associated with him In the past ThE eulogy of the evening was in tin masterly hands of Very Rev John P Chad wick D D President of St Josephs Seminary LIFES YORK ENDED Ij father Thomas S Major Called to Eternalu Reward Deepest gloom pervaded Frankfort and the Covlngton diocese Tuesday when it was learned that the Rev Thomas S Major pastor of thE Church of tho Good Shepherd had harddfight for life Follower Churchtho was soldier to and patient Jon spite of suffering Death had been creeping on him theesun was climbing L14Ankl rJl W1WitolUng ofatJu ygh In the Catholic church sounded it the early morning and carried the sad tiding of death to the people The funeral of Father Major was held Friday morning at 9 oclock thermen of the parish and the Knights of Columbus the body of the dead priest was taken to the church at 330 oclock Thursday afternoon thero to lie In state until the funeral service the next morning Members of the Knights of Columbus acted as guards of honor during the night For the afternoon service the school children gathered In the school yard at 230 oclock The Right Rev C rosquiem mass which was attendol by peopleIfuneral cortege to the cemetery where the body was interred Father Major was born In Paris Ky on July 13 sixtyseven years ago being a son of Dr F W Major The family moved later to Coving ton where they lived for many years There were four children of whom only Mrs Charlotte Auld of Indianapolis a sister of Father Major survives Father Major was born and reared a Protestant andI was converted to the Catholic belief while In h Catholic hospital in Cincinnati to which place ho was taken after ibis escape from the Federal prison at Camp Douglas He was a priest for thirtysix years of which time he spent seventeen years in Frankfort in charge of the church there Father Majors lecture From the Army to the Altar was widely de livered and attracted much attention all over the country He made his fame as an orator with that lecture PARISH MOURNS The sympathy of a host of friends and relatives Is extended to John Lopping and children of St Marys parish upon the death of his wife who died Saturday morning following a surgical operation Her Illness was not generally known and the an nouncement of Mrs Lepplngs death clime as a shock to her wide circle of acquaintances among whom she was beloved and popular The remains were removed from the hospital to the family residence 417 South Eighth street where there was a constant stream of callers until the funeral Monday morning A solemn requiem FatherWestermanto his devoted parishioners memory and acompanled the remains to SS Louis cemetery RETREAT Rev Father Edmund O F M Is here to conduct retreat for the Fran ciscans that will open Monday at St Boniface Convent Jackson ands Feht avenue continuing1 until the following SaturdayI Makin tie r t trwin fre about twenty prtoUi tx er ettnt hrbtbM r II 4 J i il a J HAPPY Wore Religious and Soclol Features This Week at t Carrollton Words of Wisdom From Itev Fathers Bocklagc and Conner I Outing Fish Fry and Banquet For Grand Council Delegates ELOQUENCE AT THE BANQUET I Never In Us history has the Ken tucky Grand Council Y M J received as hearty and hospitable a welcome as that tendered the convention held at Carrollton the first half of this week The citizens gen erally vied with th officers and members of St George Cauncll i Y M I and the treatment bestowed upon the delegates and visitors will ever remain a pleasant memory And greater If possible was the recep Fat1rlBpastor of St Johns church I Sunday the Grand officers dele gates and visitors were met by com mittees and escorted to St George Council Hall where Casper Hill made the address of welcome ex pressing appreciation of the honor and pleasure at the presence of the Y M I in Carrollton President Lawo responded for the Grand Coun cil declaring it was good for the Young Mens Institute to meet in Carrollton All were then escorted to the Rlphlarfd Hotel which had been selected for headquarters for the convention The afternoon was spent pleasantly in Kirkpatricks Grove where all had opportunity to become acquainted partake of a light luncheon and receive Instructions for the religious and social features so well arranged by Chairman Law rence Framme and Messrs Casper Feller John Glauber Casper Hill John Halmes Andrew Westrick and Herman Jasper who were ably as sisted by James Monahan Peter Hill Louis Neuwlrth Henry Heuser and others In the evening at 7 oclock all assembled and marched in a body to St Johns where Rev Father Bocklage celebrated solemn vespers and preached as eloquent powerful and patriotic a sermon as was ever heard In that historic old church Father Bocklage took for his text In Unity There Is Strength tell- Ing his hearers of the priests joy and pleasure when they thus see men In church for the honor and glory of God Reason teaches he said I that the well directed effort ot many combined accomplishes much where ono alone does but little The work of the Apostles for whom the Saviour prayed for unity was the most striking and noteworthy exam pIe They gave the church a unity that the powers of hell can not de stroy a unity not local but world wide singing forever the glory of God and our Redeemer We should be actuated said Father Bocklage by a desire to aid our fellowman and pr serve this country Here high tribute was paid to those true heroes the signers of the Declaration of Independence and especially of Charles Carroll for whom the city was named and they had reason to be proud Quoting the motto of Kentucky and the Y M I attention was called to the unity of the naked and footsore Continentals who won the admiration of the world and for Americans the liberty they enjoy Without unity how do we know ho asked that John Bull would not it he could undo the work of our heroic forefathers From the Atlantic to the Pacific we are one grand and reunited country and the fifty millions of Catholics enjoying the protection of our flag will follow the example of the Apostles In preserv ing that unity and continuing thisl the best country on earth In conclusion he urged the Catholic young men to ibfr true to God and country and totttake some of the ginger label- edYI After the sermon there was nedletlon following which raaay railed at the rectory to meet vV 1 l x LnaR and congratulate the eloquen soggarth Monday evening the delegates and visitors were taken for a trip up the Ohio landing ata point known as White Gravel where an oldfash ioned fish fry was most thoroughly enjoyed and during which every one present was called to make a speech or toll a story The climax to the social features occurred Tuesday night when aboutt 200 many being ladles were seated to a bounteous banquet presided over by John Glauber who was happy In his Introductions After Justice had been done the toothsome menu the Rev George M Conner Grand Chaplain In words of burn Ing eloquence pleaded for a spread of the atmosphere of the Y M I declaring If there had been no Grand Council they would not have had the untold pleasure of this happy gath ering In closing Rev Father Con ner paid feeling tribute to the women who have done so much to knock the rough edges off of men Rev C J Bocklage responded to tho next toast and while delivering a forceful address he was at all times witty and his hearers were fre quently convulsed with laughter The other toasts were responded to by James B Kelly Albert F Martin William M Higgins John J Barry and Bon Sand All had words of praise for the hospitable treatment received at the hands of the members of St George Council and the people of Carrollton and left for their homes with the hope that they may be again called upon to meet in that city POKTUGTJAI Now Realizing That Revolutionists Mistreated Religions There has been a marked change of late on the part of writers who a few months ago were claiming that the reason detre of the Portuguese revolution was to cast oft what they then called the clerical incubis During the past few weeks there havo been decided indications of a realiza tion of the churchs side of the question and a feeling that everything Is not explained by denouncing Jesuits or clericalism or even monasterlal Intrigues and seclu- sions This is something to the good nndCrom this tendency may at last spring a sense in the noniOatholIc minds that monks and nuns and even priests are also human beings with certain elementary human rights such as being heard In their own defense before condemnation In antiChris tian eyes of course their offence Is their existence But fortunately thero Is a conviction In such countries as our own and England and GermanYIthat the worst criminal i a TIt thatUudYalrni should only follow positive proof of guilty acts Writers who are not blinded by prejudice are beginning to admit that tho Portuguese religious who are tried and condemned by Freethinkers were guilty of no crime but Christianity The manner in which the sentence was executed betrays its vindictiveness Of all the millions In Portugal these few hundreds were alone found unworthy to continue In the country not because they wero criminals or enemies to social well being buy because they were the fore most professors of the Catholic faith and because they were supposed to possess wealth which the promoters of the new regime covet Since the disclosures regarding the dishonesty of Ferdinand Duez who admits steal ing 41100000 realized from tho sale of church property In France shrewd Americans are beginning to take with a grain of salt Latin politicians protestations of love for the i common people Duez used toII describe most eloquently the benefit that would accrue to the people when the churchs possessions were sold His blood boiled when he saw the peoples patrimony In the hands of the church With WaldeckRqus seau Brland and Combes he under took to bring about the mHlenlum The result of It all has been an epidemic of grafts and thefts that would make the worst type of Ameri can politician look like what our sporting writers call a piker Really ns some one has remarked hIt Is to laugh S- Will TS PATRICKS Remain Holy Day Not Affected by Mortu Proprio v Although the Mortu Proprio of Pope Plus X limits the numbei ot holy days to All and every Sunday Christmas Circumcision Epiphany and Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ the Immaculate Conception and Assumption of Mary Mother of God SS Peter and Paul and lastly All Saints still It contains a clause by which Irelands national holy day will still remain a holy day Clause III of the Mortu Broprlo reads The feast days of patrons are not subject to the ecclesiastical precept spoken of above But the Bishops can transfer the exterior solemnity to the next following Sunday Hence unless tho Bishops of Ireland wish to make the change St Pat ricks day will continue to be ob served as in the past FORTY nouns PRAYER St Frances of Rome church In Clif ton has been appointed for the beautiful end Impressive Forty Hours prayer which begins with the hlgW mass tomorrow morning and closing with solemnity next Tuesday Rev Thomas Willie thE pwttpr will eon duct the devotions and will 1Hta elated by a slung priettta njtbejpr n ENGLAND John Redmonds Nephew Says the Irish Head the British Umpire Facts Show Capability ot Race to Ituleiho Affairs ot Nations Prominent In Parliament in Literature in Arts and Science ARMY AND LAW LEADERS Writing In London L G Red mondHoward nephew of the great Irish leader tells this Interesting atory Dozing the other day In one of the club rooms of the Inns ot Court tho London law schools I felt myself suddenly awakened by the closing words of a political discussion- Of course said the voice I ad mit you Irish have all history upon your side that politically selfgov ernment Is the most elementary right of a nation and that economically home rule would be the salvation of Ireland but Yes I exclaimed You are incapable of ruling your own affairs concluded the voiceUnable to manage our own af fairs I gasped Why Irishmen rule the English empire The speaker did not mean to be offensive I could see that Ho had merely succumbed to what I might call the original sin of English pol iticsTo begin with the army there could hardly be found in the last twentyfive years a more brilliant trio than was formed by the late Sir William Butler the man who could have saved the nation from the Boer war had his voice of warning been listened to Lords Roberts of Khandahar and Kitchener of Khar touma man of steel and the Eng lish Bismarck Yet each of them In herited Irish blood Then take the navy Who so typical of the breezy popular English tar as Lord Charles Beresford Yet what family has taken a greater part In Irish history than that from which as second son of the fourth Marquis of Waterford he takes his name ttbI again stands today John Redmond The Dictatorthe present leader of the Irish Nationalists a party which as a party well deserves the reputation it has acquired of being tho strongest and best equipped fighting unit in the House of Com monsIn the sphere of lawMt would be hard to single out among the hosts of brilliant Irishmen one who can represent his race more efficiently than the rest but we may mention men like Sir Edward Carson and Gill two of the leading K Cs while on the benchwo may point to Lord Ashbourne an Irishman In the whole past century there have been few if any more prominent at the bar than the llate Lord Russell of Killo won In church matters the question Admits of many sides according to he color of ones own belief but hatever they be few will deny that Ireland is a nation of churchmen to day just as much as when Celts were the missioners of the West Cardinal Moran Cardinal Logue and Cardinal Gibbons representing Australia Ire land and America are as brilliant figures as any In the Sacred College- In science if anything a test ot capability there Is no name which Is more known and respected In foreign universities than that of Sir William Thomson the late Lord Kelvin Yet he was an Irishman from Belfast and during the whole of his life devoted a great part ot his In terests to the furthering of Irish edu cationGoing on to the application ot science to invention Castlebar In Ireland can boast of her Louis Brennan the originator ot the cele brated torpedo Superintendent of a Government factory called after hli4 and the producer ot the gyroscopic mono rail system of transit As to Marconi son of an Irish mother and married to an Irish wife I say nothingAs playwrights there is only one Bernard Shaw not only in his own opinion and that of English playgoers but also in the estimation of many foreign critics i As soon as one touches the de partments of literature the names occur in their thousands I take them at random Frankfort Moore the novelist Justin McCarthy the veteran historian of our own times and playwright and novelist as well Do Vero Stacppole Bram Stoker L T Meade George Moore and others V In music few men have so caugW the popular ear aa Sir rthurSul1 T Van the collaborator with Gilbert IMPROVING uirbeorgotondent ot St Louts centerrwhowas removed to St Joseph ITI firmary following an operation last tUanaRi1fTuesday his condition war regarded ac critical but afpee4sberdI JiIUl been aeHwd a dfcWed efcanfe and nls re fI1s- e h tIIr lT v- t t t 7E l t I K N Kir JRISHA ERICA J r J i rr KBtiTU6KY1RISti ftMERlGflli noW to the Sociallad Motel advascewetxeetet Irish atricalll and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of HibernIan Young Meris Institute and CatboUc Knights of America NTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO I eotporated t Puytlshrrs SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc BnUrsd of t6 Locltvllt Poitottlc u SccoadCliM flatttr AMrm all CoBmBalciHoai jo the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greet St UNION rTRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 26 1911 IRELAND REJOICES The people of Ireland must Tejolce that the veto bill has passed that tthe power has be jn taken from a handful of Tories with handles to theIrI names to permanently block legislation and more especially tbat piece of legislation which will reshueI to Ireland the right ofself government This veto bill removes ithe one Insurmountable obstacle to Itbe passago into law of a home rule bill The Government has pledged itself to introduce such a bill next year Its passage through the House of Com mono backed by the Liberal Labor and Irish votes is certain and when it has so passed In three successive sessions of Parliament It becomes aI law though all the titled noodl and nonentities that sit in the tso called upper house should howl themselves black in the face It la largely to the firm and uncompr raising attitude of John Redmoi and his followers that this great measure of constitutional reform s due and whITe they are entitled to the gratitude of every lover of freedom and democratic government they are entitled especially to that of their own people to whom this measure means the opening of the portals that lead to freedom SEEING ARIGHT Many dissenting brethren now acknowledge that Catholics occupy the true position upon the dlvor question and see the black clouc1 that threatens the destruction of the home In this country Dlshop Greer of the Anglican communion New York is quoted as thus commenting on a proposed marriage that is looked upon as scandalouS Rest assured of one thingno Episcopal clergyman in the diocese of New York will marry Col Astor and Miss Force I will not allow I1It The position in life of Col A Gen a or Capt C or his wealth or standing In society would not weigh tPtlatsuitw none se day our church like the Roman Catholic church will not recognize divorce or any marriage after divorce The whole foundation of 0 our social system is threatened I believe by this divorce evil Respect for marriage gone respect for motherhood goes with it and my mind stands appalled at the prospect Bishop Greer sees aright but the pity is that there are socatle ministers who lend themselves Itto marriages which decent socIety should not tolerate CATHOLIC SOCIETIES During the past year thousands of dollars have been paid out by Catholic fraternal orders to the widows of deceased members Noting this fact the Mllwauke I manIInstances celved at a time when its need was greatest has saved a home from disruption The bereaved mothe has been enabled to retain her chll dren from the charity of the orphan asylum or the State The fraterna order too saves the Catholic public from the burden of not a fev orphans who would otherwise clamp the shelter of thfe Catholic asylums In this way it is not only doing a great private good but also a great public good No man who pays his dues Intc the fraternal order misses the money His insurance dues are It no instance so heavy as to prevent his keeping an account in the savings bank or building for hImself a modest home The feeling of fra- n rlAnlty engendered and the social life of the order alone are worth the Insurance dues collected by any f Catholic fraternity from the Individual member For these rea sons all our Catholic fraternities deserve a good word They deserve cordial recognition by the clergy and the Catholic press They deservet increase of membership It Is to be- hoped that they will reach out for new members and that their number will swell Undoubtedly they bring a knowledge of the benefits of Insurance to thousands of people who Sptherwlwr would never think of tak t I igaprlicy In an old line jBuranCe company They educate la prov idence and feonoiny And every communityeplrit wherethY cultivate a Catholic TOUR AMD TROTH J The Roebeeter tiMMtUc CHiwn urges that youth of today be l htlbaeda with the truism that truth is 1 theI only plane upon which men can deal successfully with one another It there be not truth and falrnesll there will be neither justice Ir r honesty and all dealing has to come to an end The poet tells us an honest man is the noblest work of God This is truth personfied not only In word but in principle and represents tho whole man How many a character otherwise pure and spotless Is blemished by the habit of untruthfulness Some little deceit some small subterfuge which could be so easily avoided it one only made up his mind to be strictly truthful In all things and under all circumstances If there be any distinctive American virtue truth is that erne coming down from the great father of his country who could not tell a lie It should be the pride of every true American to keep that record a national heirloom to pass down to his childrens children Parents should be particular never to tell falsehoods for their children will learn the habit and practice It against them They will lose respect for their parents and will cease to confide in their word In losing respect we may say children lose their parents and floct out on the sea of life without that feeling of security which comes of having had upright and true parents In Ireland Catholics number more than three to one after three centuries of persecution and misrule tho persecution being for more than a century directed avowedly to the object of exterminating thlrI ancient faith and its adherents on Irish soil I The Catholic world rejoices to learn that Pope Plus X is recoverIng from his illness His physIcians jhave Issued encouraging bulletlt this week which have Produced ivecywhere a feeling of relief J Coasting 1s not indicative c of greatness BIGOTRY When the term bigot Is used mong us It Is usually attributed toward our dissenting brothers Docs It ever enter Into some beads that we have bigots In our own com aunlon Bigotry is a shameful and detestable thing Catholics who have I uttered from bigotry should abhc and shun it It snould be their hope and prayer that the members of different religions should learn the lessons of brotherly kindness cha Ity and friendship which their DivIne Master taught To make a condition of the religion of a man shIverIng wIth cold without food io eat when he asks for alms Is not charity It Is a mockery of religion A man sking employment why should his I ellglon Interfere with his getting a Ituatlon With fairdealing Christians it should not be a question of religIon but of fitness and worth I less To make religion a dlsqualtf atlon for office is not only opposed to the principle of religious equalit and that liberty so much lauded and so little practiced but is persecution for conscience sake All this iIs I bigotry which is as contemptible as Itt Is unjust and It forms no par whatsoever with Christianity Bigotry is a proof of ignorance and vulgarity It marks the lowest typo of the man and at the same time the lost Ignorant That which we so I despise in others should have no par with us Plttsburg Catholic SCIENCE AND RELIGION The greatest scientists in prac UCally every department of recen ilenco have been the firmest be levers This is no mere assertIon unded on a few scattered exam I pIes but on the contrary represent tie true story of the position of Bclentlstsn this matter very thoroughly There is not a single department of nineteenth century Bclenco In which representative dIs- coverers were not faithful believers RESIDENCE IN IRELAND London corespondents of the New- IYOrk dallies are Tespdhslble for the that King George and Queen Mary are planning to have a royal resIdence in Ireland Of course they w ould be perfectly at home in Dublin Castle but it is averred that they prefer a Castle in the interior CATHOLICS HONOR MINISTER The Rev Dr FClareDaldwlnp- astor of Calvary Methodist church EastOrnge N J was lately elected to honorary membership In the Holy Nam Society WOWI wow- ldaudleThat horrid old eat told- Claudie that I WM fortJyeera old Mamie Tb mean ihtng Buhhe- mlhlLve Hone wore Maudta How 1 xasWeUl1atoldI D NIGHT f 0 holy NIght within thy shrine t cast my baffled soul Lost hopes ambit+ na vain into Oblivion now roll Let earthly cares and sorrows sink Into the dark abyss Upon my brow 0 holy Night Impress thy silent kiss All faint my broken body seeks A blissful sweet repose Dark fear and grief both vanIsh now- y heavy eyelids close Alone with God in solitudeI iMy soul His wisdom seeks Through aeons of eternity The Great Infinite speaks Julia C King lS0GiETv 1 O Miss Mary Ridge of East Droad way is visiting relatives at Bedfp rd Ind Miss Annie Callahan of Pulaski Tenn Is the guest of Miss Norma Keiran Miss Clara McLaughlin Is home from a three weeks visit to retatlves In Plttsburg Misses Margaret and Anne Iorlar fay returned last Sunday evening from a trip to Canada Mrs Lillian Dalton and Miss Rosa Dalton are In St Louis the guests of Mrs Mrs Ruel DeasonI3ast have been spending the week at West Baden Springs BroadI Miss Bertha Weiss of West way is spending her vacation friends In Memphis TenD WithI Miss Lucy Whalen Is home from New Haven where she visited her aunt Mrs Sylvester Rapier Miss Nell Mooney of Nashvflle who ids been visiting Mrs Paul Rodma eft Monday for Springfield Miss Josephine Schmuck of the Highlands has returned home from a pleasant visit to Cincinnati In honor of IrJshAmerlcan day the stork left a baby boy at the home of Mr and Mrs John J Barry Mr and Mrs Thomas Lynch and son have returned from a visit to Irs J M Lynch at West Point p Misses Annie and Mary Fitz gibbons visited Mr and Mrs George Gordon last week at Central City Mr and Mrs Joseph Treasy spent ast week in New York City being eglstered at the Hotel Woodstock Miss Katie Gleeson and Miss Iary ulllvan will return next week from a trip to Atlantic City and the East MiFs1 AniTarMurnanerwas among he late arrivals last week at the Manhattan Beach Hotel New Yor Miss Norma Keiran has returned from Pdlaskl Tenn where she has been visiting friends for the last two reeksMisses Josephine and Virgin Byrne have been spending the past week visiting In Cincinnati and Cov Ington Mrs T J Leahy and Miss Florence nderson have been spending a pleasant week visiting friends In Spence county Mrs Mannah Dignan of North Se nteenth street left Monday ror oston Mass to spend a month with relatives Mrs Patrick Hanlon who was with her sister Mrs A T Day In New Al bony has returned to her home iIn Lafayette Misses Fannie and Llllle Cuhnlff of Baxter avenue are at Worthln outh Dakota visiting Msr W D yndman Mr and Mrs Edward A Wentzel are In Owensboro for a two weeks fait with their sister Mrs Aloyslu lattlngly Mrs George Burkhardt her son serge and Master Walter Maye w111 leave tomorrow on a visit to enderson Miss Mary OHern of South Louis v111e leftlast week to spendher vacation at Indianapolis Chicago am West Bad nll Judge Samuel Boldrick and wlte- ond daughtersjf Misses Mary and Elizabeth Boldrick are sojourning at- Estill Sprlngs F Mrs WllHana Murphy SouU Loulsv111e had as her guest thIs- week her nieces Miss Luella Anderson of Paducah Miss Mamie Earley of 2225 Grlf flth avenue left Tuesday on a visit to her sister Tire D Oliver Patton at Douglas Ariz Mrs Edmund Steinbock 1l1drlwo- Bons of 1626 West Market are home after a most delightful visit to friends In Cincinnati and Covington Miss Mamie Weir who has been spending the vast two weeks at Nlagarl Falls and in Canada will arr- Ive home tomorrow evening Miss Hallie Lillle who was the- guelt of Miss Mary Brcckel at St tthews and was extensively nler- talned has returned to her home at lalrfielcl MhMMB Margaret iMaleyaot Anna iddea have returned to the hose hi New Albany after 1IP4 ndtepa week at It Marys of the Wools nfiar Terre Ha I ateIra f M iC01l11aIj opth uiwille 0- a I had as guests last week W M Donlon and family Mrs Miry Whalen and son William rand JUss Corlnne McNallyy George W Murphy Who has b en spending a month wlth1ls parent at 926 South Second street left Sunday night for St Louis and the West on an extended business trip J Mr and Mrs Owen Sullivan i andIMisses May Sullivan and Annabel C ran will return next week from AtI lantlc City where they have been spending the month of August v Deputy Sheriff D J Heffer and wife accompanied by theIr daughter and son Miss Cotherlne and Denny tleffernan Jr are spend- Ing a ten days vacation at Flsber v111e Harry J Flynn of the I C railroad loft Wednesday for an extenden Easorn tour lie will visit Ne York Boston Philadelphia Wash- Ington and Niagara Falls before 10 turning Charles Osterman entertained with a stag supper on Wednesday In honor of his birthday The Old Hickory Quartette Frank Quinlan A J RawleyA C Hlcken and N JIuever entertained the company I Miss Marie Costlgan and her guest Miss Alice Hoffman of Indlanapol returned Saturday from a visit to friends in Hardin county Miss Hol man left for her home on Tuesdi accompanied by Miss Costlgan The marriage of Miss Mary Rosl Kerr and George E Blandford vlll take place Tuesday afternoon September 12 at 4 oclock at St Louis r Bertrands church and after the eremony a reception will be held at he brides home on West St Catherine street The following composed a prlvate picnIc given at Shawnee Park thIs past week Misses Lillian Score Nell Burkhardt Frances Humphri Elizabeth Keating Ida Bohne and ilessrs Garland Strader Joseph Lawton John Jansen William Hall and John Lynch A party of young ladles compos of Misses Julia Mullen Anna Con nelley Marie Davis Nell Hill Mar aret DIxon Emma Kennedy Katle ichnatterer of Jeffersonvllle and Mss Elizabeth Webber of Chicag I thaperoned by Mr and Mrs A JD Lewis of New Albany and Mr ond Irs Edward Corcoran of Cincinnati eturned home Saturday after a two woks trip to French Lick Springs Miss Norma Keiran entertained Wednesday evening In honor of her I guest Miss Annie Callahan of Julaskl Tenn Those present were Misses Margaret McGrath Iatle Juzskowsky Lilly Keiran Edna JrcI math Grace Padue Clara Guzshoi sky Annie Callahan Norma Kelrai Messrs Leo Meyers Val Schneider Will MoLaughlln Harry Stone I Henry Heebs Urban Bailey Charl Mitchell Walter Godfrey Mr and Mrs J H Scales Mr and Mrs C1 M Lynch and Mrs Owen Kelra NIrop T I IThe cornerstone of the new St Francis de Sales church at Cote trllllante just outside Newport wlll be laid tomorrow with Impressive ceremonies Right Rev Bishop CI P Maes will have charge of the servIces which will be preceded byt a parade The formation of the parade wlll be as follows Grand Marshal and staff battalion KnIghts of St John Right ReV Bishop C 1 P lacs and clergy in carriages Holy fame Baseball League St France Sales school children In autos St Francis de Sales members The division will comprise theIsecond county churches and will form on Eighth street east of Saratoga The third division will comprise the Campbell county churche and will form on Eighth street westI oft Saratoga CALLED TO TiER REWARD It Is with sorrow we chronicle the eath of one of St Louis Bertrand best and most beloved women In the I person of Mrs Mary Frances McGIl wIdow of Samuel B McQIll and I other of Rev Father Harry McGlll O P and Miss Nellie McGill Irs before her marlage was MISS IMCG1llFrances And and was a natlv oft Bardstown Her death duo to the InfirmIties of old age wias not unea acted Surviving her ate two sisters Irs Elizabeth Curry and SIster alerla of the Dominican order at ashville Tenn The funeral was held Monday morning with solemn requiem mass when loving tribute Was pald by many sorowliig friends MANY INTERESTED Trinity Council Y M I is re- ceIvIng many inquiries in regard to Itsi excursion to Mammoth Cave 01 Sunday September 3 and It Is expected that a large crowd fron luisvlllo will take advantage of the 10 w rate to this historic cave whIch Is one of the real wonders of the- world The train will leave Union Statlon Tenth and Broadway atI 845 a m and the rate will be 550 for round trip which includes raUroad fare dinner and cave fee- The train returning will arrive at luisvlllo at 10 oclock p m STRONG CANDIDATE Charles H Knight of the firm of- Henry Knight Son has announced hImself as a candidate for Represen tatIvo from the Fortyfifth Legislative districts subject to tho action of- the Democratic party Mr Knight is a prominent young bistneSfJn1at1- being a Director in the Louisville vision Company and has boon- urged by the business people of that district to announce for Legislator to succeed John Let erle deceased POSTPONED I rho regular monthly meeting of tRet- lOOal FftdertUw of Catholic 86ciIU8s- liubMn postponed until ThUr dajj umber14 loulevlll s dlcw- lllthelll submit a detailed ffporfpf proeeedingeL u a BAZAR X To Be Given at Catholic Womans Club in October A bazar for the benefit of ithe Catholic Womens Club will bo given at Llederkranz Hall Sixth and Walnut streets for four days beginning Wednesday October 18 and Its members are endeavoring to imllst the entire Catholic people as workers for the benefit of this worthy enter prise The Catholic Womans Clb was organized eight years ago at 315 West Walnut street but a few years later was compelled to move and secured tho present home at 615 West Walnut street where they have handSomo quarters which have not entirely been paid for and hope with this bazar to raise enough funds to make complete payments The Board of Directors are Rev George W Schuhmann Spiritual Director Miss Maggie Judge President Mrs Charles Smith Vice President Mrs B J Janslng Treasurer resdames D F Murphy Mary Cross John Buscbemeyer M J McOluski George Hoertz Jr William Nether land Henry Schlmpeler Wnllam Callahan Minnie iBosche MinnIe Werst and Kate Collins Tho Advisory Board are Judge Matt ODoherty E J OBrien John Malone P H Callahan D F Iur phy Al Smith Thomas Walsh B J Janslng and Jacob Hubbuch RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs CatherIne Becker beloved wife of ChJ3rles Becker took place Monday mornln1g from St Philip Neds church Rev father Ackermann as celebrant of the solemn mass of reoulem Mrs Becker died at the family residence 11405 South Preston street and her friends regret her taking off at a time when life was full of hope and promise The funeral of Miss Regina itewart daughter of Mr and Mrs atrlck Stewart took place from St leclllas church Tuesday morning at 9 oclock The deceased was only Ixteen years of ago and was a general favorite with all because of her weet and lovable disposition Interment was in St LouIs cemeter Many friends and relatives murn ho death of Mrs Margaret ONel beloved wife of Michael ONel which occurred Tuesday night at the amlly residence 1216 Westpak treet The funeral took place yes erday morning from St William church and the large gathering at ested the high esteem in whIch he deceased was held and the sympathy felt for tho bereaved famil SOCIAL GARDEN PARTY St Anthonys Hospital Sewing Si iety will tender a social garden part to the friends of the hospital and society next Wednesday afternoon and venlng sumptuous supper vlll be serveIs the usual games layed It will take place at the beautiful home and grounds of Mai lthew Poschipgor corner of SyCamor I1qd VBffion avenues In dittoI re iched by the Crescent Hill and Story avenue car lines The proceed will be for the beautiful new chapel I MISINFORMED Miss Mary Sheridan formerly Supreme Treasurer and now DIstrict Deputy for the Catholic Knights and ladles of America stated this week hat she had not resigned her pos Ion and that the Kentucky Irish American had been mIsinformed relative thereto This correction I1Is heerfully made Miss Sheridan has been and is still doing excellen work for the Knights and Ladles and has In process of organization several more branches GERMAN DAY ADDRESS The German societies of Newpor and CovIngton are preparing for a great celebration of German day eptember 3 Among the orators tor the occasion are Gov Willson ani Hon Edward J McDermott who has- for his subject The Germans the Best Friends of the Irish Excursions have been arranged for and It is expected Louisville will send 3O0 of its German citizens CHANCES FOR RECOVERY I Miss Marie Murray aged twenty years daughter of Patrolman Will lam Murray who sustained a fractured skull Tuesday night at Frank tort and Galt avenues is in a serIous condition at St Anthonys Hospital but physicians attending her say she- has a fair chance for recovery Mis urray resides at 1049 East Main stroM MAJOR HAD VACATION Major Pat Ridge Night Chief of Pollee is back at hIs desk after a- two weeks vacation during which ho was on a visit to relatives at Bedford Ind The genial Major is a- big favorite around the City Hall especIally with newspaper men who- are always Indebted to him for many courtesies J FOR WOMANS EYE More fancy feathers and less plumes are worn iI Widowale diagonals will be much used In tailored costumes Threequarter length coats prevail In Paris tailored costumes I Taffetd has a stronger place in fashion than for many years I I Velevetcena and corduroys w11- 1make up many handsome skirts I I All fashion indications point to a- stll1 larger use of embroideries I The large collar has evidentlyI come to stay as well as the side frl11The 1 wider skirts now have the authority of the great costumers at- Parlis Tailored skirts are to be oth- gored and plaited the Jatterlnc- luiters nisar th foot v iTiier W a distinct trend toward 1 pad empire styles and mamy are three flounced akirtfl P i i d trip to Mammoth Cave 1 550 ROUND TRIP Including R R Pare IDinner and Cave Fee SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1911 Auspices Trinity Council Y M I Train leaves 10th St Depot 845 a m Returns 10 p m Refreshments on train Tickets now on sale at L N Ciy Ticket Office GREflGERS BUSINESS SCHOOL SECOND AND BREOKINHIDGE SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OF THE READERS OF THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN This school is fortunate in having both the best Bookkeeping and Shorthand systems taught in Louisville We would be glad to have you call and see us and we think Iou will appreciate the claims we make DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES THE YEAR AROUNDl D CREAGER Principal Charlie White=Moon THE COW BOY HERBALIST Sole Owner and Originator of COM CELSAR and SCIENCE SOPE f Exponent of Gods Medicines Roots and f HerbsHome and Laboratory 37293731 W Broadway Loulsillle ki M J BANNONIt P BANNON JR- Vlci H M WOLTBIHC Puss Mgr Pru Si Treas Secretary F Damon Sewer Pipor Salt Glazed Sewer and Calvert Pipe Bannons Parent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain TilVitrified Street Paia Erick Fire Proofing Flee Pipe Flue Lining Flre Brick Grate and boiler Tile Ground Cia Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 873 WORKS lath and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and toth TELEPHONE 2833 LLOJ KNIGHTSi OP COLMDl1 8 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere More than 400 will receive the fourth degree at Des Moines on Labor dayBishop Tlhen of Lincoln will del- Iver the oration at the initiation Omaha on Columbus day atI PermissibnI has been given CovlngI ton Knlghts to Incorporate for the purpose of building a club house The Knights of Dubols Iowa will celebrate Columbus day with a purad that will see several thousand men 1In lineNevada has now a State Council The third degree was exempllfie for a large class last Sunday at Colorado Springs The next council to be instituted iIIn Indiana will be located at Jasper The State Deputy will endeavor to have Supreme Knight Flaherty there tor the ocaslon which will take plac early this fall DIED Ilj TEXAS With widespread regret news of the death of Mrs James B Dillon a native of Louisville who has been living in Galveston Texas where her husband is chief operator for the Western Union Telegraph Company was received Wednesday by relative In Louisville Before her marriage Mrs Dillon was Miss Sadlo Scott She was thirtythree years of age Mr Dillon formerly was employed as nq of the chief operators for the Western Union in this city Beside her husband she leaves a number of relatives in Louisville The remaIns were brought here but the time of arrIval and hour of funeral had not been arranged when this wai written URSULINE ACADEMY The Ursullne Academy a day chool will reopen its classes on Jonday September 4 This well mown institution connected with ho mother house of the Uraullnea is Ituated on Shelby and Chestnut treets Tho course of educatiOn In his academy insists strongly upon the general moral and intellectual raining of the students its aim be- Ing to form women who will grace oclety with their accomplishments nnll honor and edify it by their virtues In short it aims at the traIn- Ing of the heart as well as the mind The academy offers a thorough rlmary Intermediate preparatory ommerclal and academic course and a conservatory of music Special dvantages are also given in plainl awing and fancy needle work Further information may be had by applying to the Mother Superior GERMANS FOR MISSIONS t i The number of young men in Germany giving themselves to the work of Catholic missions Is on the Increase The missionary congregation of the Fathers of the Divine Work at Steyl alone have 1200 students in the schools of Germany 400 of whom are studying philosophy id theology I JEWISH CHAPLAIN Rabbi Abram Blum took office as- a Chaplain in the New York Police partmerit last Saturdays He Ii tDe- flrllt Hebrew to be appointed to auc a position thee appointment being ia cognition of the Increased repre station of the H brew fae OB the IIt o x- Sf I 1 HMENSH I1 Hart Schaffner Marx 2528andsome 3- 0SUITS 1275 Quick if You Want One LEVYSThird The Bright Spot in Louisville THOMAS KEENAN s Feneral Director and EmbalMer TELEPHONE 366 All calls promptly attended to day or night CarrUgei furnUbed for all occatioo 1225 W MARKET S- TMONUMINTS We are now receiving from Barre Vermont three car loads of Monumentsfor our spring trade the largest and best assortment we have ever carried which we can offer at a bargain Pleas give oa a c- allMULDOON Monument Cpmpany 813 W Green Si UulSyliltky once Tkweare If6 H grsxs ffleers and patrolmea IL 1h forks police aratyof 18teoO lea c n i u w- I c 0 GY iiT T T m u 0 TUOK IRISH AMEiRXOAN Id I T BE SURE TO CALL FOR IIT I ru cRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield H g iIR I J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT OUQHERTY McELLIOTT Pursers Directors and Embalmers oth Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day err Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t t t t t t t t t t t t t t tt HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 1 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS U AND EMBALMERS S3S East ltIain Street Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnlsfaetf for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETp TELEPHONE 810 III 44 4 + 4444 ItIc + t + 4 + tIs + III till It 444 0 441 FOR Furniture L I Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1677 All the late and new Styles and Shapes pricesCall ROBERT G MBRIDE With J W Bellstein Go FIRE INSURANCECum- berland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 Cilumbia Building Fourth and Main BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty s o REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ 1 THE FLORIST 1550 S FOURTH AVE Both PhOHes 223 HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS untWINES AND LIQUORS Dletlllrs and Whtaiale Deal era IB Final Brand of Hen J tueky Whtekl e MpeUIly Pearll of Nelson MOTTLED IN BOND fllcffcM i IIMf 214 SIXTH STRICT Jo Si IlII- J ar PITTSBURGl COAL 375 PER TONTELEPHONE Dortrty Laimin2 COAL COMPANY INCORFORATUD FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA rici3I FOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Book and save 5 per cent on your ice bill Our ice is made from distilled water only Family delivery will be prompt and satisfactory We are prepared to furnish ice quantity i AMERICANIce ZINCORPORATED NE Car Pearl and Floyd Street f st ON M NO NN01N Catholic Order of Foresters Greatest Catholic Fraternal Insurance Order In tbe World Members in Good Standing 150000 Death benefits paid since organized 113852000 JOIN NOW WM CALUQHAH Stale Organizer 2710 W Jifff HENRY flliNOLDBHA- LXR IN Staple and Fancy Grocirhs s A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old WbUklet a Specialt- ygsie lHIae4JH 524 W WALNUT J1ii LBrownfieldGo 553 THIRD ST t- Enginnr and Contractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 7S46 uAllhats are rather email Lu ic If- IJ n- a p 11 TUB HOLY HOURS f 1 0 Saviour I would spend the hour Canonical with Thee As tolls the clock from yonder towers Atnine and twelve and three At primes and lauds and matK bell And compline rise and pray And toll my blessed Rosary At the decline of day At Vespers and at nocturns late When suns have ceased to shine On my devotions dialplate Still shed Thy light divine And as the holy vigil yields In turn to holy dream Oh let my Saviour be through all My glory and my theme FATHER KELLEY Seeking Jobs for the Un employed His Great Work Father Edward Kelley of Dooley fame and at present the belved pastor of St Anns church Chicago once on a time made a trip around the world during the course of which he strayed Into Mecca only to be run out of the city at the point of a soldiers bayonet Fortunately for him an Egyptian cooks guide who happened to be in the place took him in charge and placed him on board the first train going back to Medina He still draws a long breath when he thinks of that experience and earnestly ad vises prospective globetrotters to cut Mecca off their visiting list When at home Father Kelley spends most of his time getting jobs for downandouters and tho parlor of his rectory In the morning hours re sembles nothing so much as an em ployment agency His interest iji people out of employment has greatly endeared him to the poor of his parlsi and Chicago In general Ask any policeman where Father Kelley lives and he will tell you without a moments hesitation Father Kelley is content to make this securing of jobs for poor fel lows out of employment his lifes work and he feels certain that in doing this he Is rendering religion In general the greatest possible service USES FOR SODA One heaping tablespoonful of soda to a pint of boiling water will clean the ugliest burned pan by letting soak a few hours itI In boiling clothes a few table spoonfuls of soda in the water will eradicate stains from clothes and lend a snowy whiteness It will not injure the material I To clean a coffee or tea pot made of granite or lined with porcelain fill up the utensil with cold water I set on stove to boll and add a lump of soda as largo IBS a hazelnut to the water It cleanses perfectly In tact sweetness is insured after Its usage In every Instance TRAVELED AMERICANS A number of tourists were recently looking down the crater of Vesuvius An American gentleman said to his companion That looks a good deal like the I infernal regions An English lady overhearing the remark said to another I Good gracious how these Americans do travel USEFUL HINTS Tomato catsup will not mold if a I few whole cloves are dropped on the top before sealing I After shirtwaists are Ironed put them on waist hangers to keep them in shape and hang these on the broom or other stick suspended from two chairsIII If silver Is washed In hot suds to which a teaspoonful of ammonia has I been added dried with a clean towel then rubbed with chamois It can be kept brilliant without use of the powders usually employed I White silk should never be hung In tho sun and when it has been rendered yellow by this means it should be washed again and hung in a shady place and in the water should be placed a little turpentine The experienced laundress never sprinkles her table linen She dries it thoroughly In the air then dips It in boiling water and puts It through the wringer After it is rolled a couple of hours she irons it perfectly dry with hot irons- SECOND SERVING Instead of serving roast beef on its second appearance cold prepare it as follows Lay the slices of cold beet in a dressing made of a salt I spoonful of white pepper twice as much salt two tablespoonfuls of I vinegar and three tablespoonfuls otII olive olllUx well and pour the beef Leave for an hour drain each slice dip into a thick fritter batter and fry in deep fat to a golden brown Serve very hot THREE HINTS Crumpled newspapers solidly packed on top Ice surrounding the freezer when making ice cream will economize the ice In making toast or milk gravies salt should not be added till after tho milk has been thickened In this way the salt does not curdle the milkIn steaming dumplings or pud dings a cloth should first bo placed over tho steamer before the lid Is put on It prevents moisture from settling and Insures light puffy dumpUngsc SPONGE DROPS Beat together until smooth and light the yolks of three eggs and one and onenaif cupfuls of powdered sugar Stir In lightly two eupfutaot flour two totBt uPOoofultl of bakes Inv powder sifted together Add oa hU cuPful of oqM water and Uwb tuice of bag legion G rare MM a4 drop batter la teaitpoeafulB Oe t tfciw fcMk r apMt Hakp to a qutk ens l J 1 II 4 1 PETER M I AHDRIOTQ SONSI WAGON MANUFACTURERSC- arriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET TYRONE Is the Ancient Home of the Owen and OXell Famllleaiu Erin I Something About This Historic Old County of Lofty Hills Dungannon Was the Scene of Meet- Ing of Irish Volunteers In 1782 RESIDENTS ARE YET PATRIOTIC Tyrone is onb of the northern counties of Ireland It was in TirOwenIwas tho son of King Niall of the Nine Hostages From the mouth of the Blackwater at iLough Neagh to the western point near Carrlckaduff bill the county is fiftyfive miles long and from north to south it is thirtyseven and a half miles broad It has an area of 1260 square miles and population of 195000 All the northern border is a continued succession of mountains some of them very lofty There Is also a range of mountains in the south but the central part of the county is an endless succession of fertile hills and undulating plains That por tion of the county bordering on Lough Neagh is a flat meadowy dis trict Interspersed with bogs On the whole Tyrone is a hlly county But the mountains plains and valleys of Tyrone are plentifully watered by rivers and streams The Finn the Foyle the Burn Dennet the Qlenmornan the Mourne the Blackwater the Derg the Strule the Llgsan Water and the Ballana mallard are a few of the rivers that Irrigate the valleys and plains of Tyrone Lough Neagh forms par of the eastern boundary of Tyrone There are no other large lakes In the county but there are many small onesDungannon the assize town is altuated In theeast of the county It has a population of about 4000 It Is an excellent business town and in old days was the chief seat of the ONeills Other thriving towns in Tyrone are Strabane Seeln New ttown Stewart Omagh Dromore Castleberg Cookstown 3foy Charle mont Caledon and Clogher North of Dungannon and around the village of Coal Island is a coal field which though small Is the richest In Ireland Along the shore of Lough Neagh south from Wash Ing Bay Is found lignite or wood coatIOungannoh or Gannons Fort was the earliest seat of the ONeills and continued In their possession until 1607 The ONeill Castle stood upon a hill crowning the town but was destroyed by Gerald ninth Earl of EClldare and scarcely a trace of Itls left remaining From the noble tendencies of this warlike race it was exposed to the constant vicissi tudes of war There Shane known In Irish history as John the Proud held sway for years and was virtually ruler of Ulster until his treacherous assassination at the Instigation of the English lord dep uty and this historic locality was the scene of many of the exploits of Hugh ONeill and Sir Phellm the leader of the Insurrection of 1641 U was In the parish church of Dun gannon that the delegates of the Irish Volunteers met and Issued their declaration that only thtt King Lords and Commons of Ireland possessed the right to make laws for Ireland The town of Dungannon the Manor House at Benburb Benburb Castle and the bridge at Moy are among the show places In Ireland The people of Tyrone are Just as staunch for freedom and home rule now The ancient principality of TlrOwen the Inheritance of the ONeills Included the present coun ties of Tyrone and Londonderry and the two baronies of Innlshowen and Raphoe In Don ga1 SWISS STEAK Thirty cents worth of good round steak cut a good two inches thick I withII until flour is worked in a goo tablespoonful of lard into a fryin pan When hot fry steak quickly a oleo brown on both sides then al- I most cover with hot water and let sinner slowly for one hour and a half or two hours Just as good asI roast toeef and much cheaper Gravy is very nice I CORN OYSTERS IITake young sweet corn cut fro the cobs Into adlhTo one pint of torn add one well beaten egg aalnal- Iteacuhtul 1 I of flour onehalt gill o- sweet r- I cream onhaU Mpooful of Ii I i mix well Try like oysters toy dropping untoI fcot butter by spoon fuls about the 11ae01 an crater u 1 a F TilE IRISH OIRi y Dear Irish girl with eyes of blue Long silken hair of ebbnhue With virtues many faults so few Shes full of nerve and pluck and grit She holds at will a wealth of wit Of sweetest blarney Just a bit A tender trusting heart has she With charm of quaint simplicity Yet wondrdus over she can be This Irish lassie wild and gay Like redlipped redcheeked laugh Ing fay awaySShell rattle off a lively tune Or hum some old old ducet croon She brings a brightness Into life A strength somehow unto thostrlfe And faith renews when doubt Is rite Fond heart true heart wherer she goes She neer forget the Joys and woes Of home home where the shamrock grows As daughter she stands fresh and fair As wife unfolding love deep rare As mother aye beyond compare That time nor fortune can not mar Poor helpless Erins one bright star Loved Irish maiden true you are New York PIvsoNew Orleans Picayu- nePROSPEROUS I t Congratulates Members On Growth of Ancient Order James J Began of St Paul who has just completed his first year as National President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians states that the order is flourishing He states that in many of the principal cities large classes are being initiated and that the society has completed the sixty first year of existence in America with a record which has not been equaled by any other Catholic society in the country President Regan has traveled widely In the East and South during the past year and doubtless knows better than any other man belonging to the order the actual condition in which it is His words of congratulation may therefore be accepted by the members of the A O H as a sure Indication that their society is continuing to enjoy a rapid and vigorous growth I CAUSE FOR THANKS Small Elmer who had just received a severe scolding said Am I really so had mamma Yes Elmer she replied you have been a very very bad boy1 Well rejoined the youngster after a moments reflection you ought to be thankfull that I aint twins Chicago News What are those queer noises asked the stranger who was crossing the bridge at Hilt Bullfrogs mister elucidated the freckled face lad on the rail Hm And are they alwaysdoprohibiion tailers Review- HOUSEHOLD SUPERSTITIONS If you sing while making bread you will cry before it Is eaten cotteepot giftIftloorItseeyouIt washing dishes you forget an article It is a sign you will hear of a wedding To accidentally place the tea kettle towardthecompanyIf thebroomthatdayMANY USES newspaperssaysa LifeFirstWIpethethe generallyI 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make your selection by Investing a small amount of cash as first payment Our oneprice policy must convince even the most doubt Ing of our superior service in treating one customer the same as another and Is a point to he well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite inspections and comparison MONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated 6128680 POiJWTU AVBNUB 1 GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with my New Blend Coffee at 2 t12 Ibs 65c Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY a Hoot Phon ijaj Q18 Var IARKET STREETga JAs J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons PharmacyPres- criptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only r Telephone Us arilWe Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS WEWANTYOURWORKIWere R l UIIWere IandI H PRINTING-s Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc J Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 319 VEST GREEN STRI TIT NNN N DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the ENDCJSE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER V JIANXJFACTURBU BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated ii- Plrat and River Both Phones S237 Also operating Hoosier Wall Plaster PlantoLoulirllle K JeffersonvUle Jnd Phone II5II DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse She iniForie SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE JSHOEING flerae6 Calked For sxd Delivered b IItPIe 2891 opptceAND1fJOR rl137S SEVENTH STRFET 4 n I ft fl In H I I 11 f rills m OliJnAiDIiI 9 LK04Bta 345 West Green Strset tMtllOM mAU It t f I1IDE MANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Milwaukee Hibernians are prepar- Ing for a fall initiation Division 1 of Nashvllla has pulle ort five Initiations this year About 3500 people attended the annual outing in Indianapolis last weekDivision 4 will be the only division to meet next week They meet Mon day night Prospects in West Virginia are for an increase of 1000 during the Jubilee year The Hibernians of Yonkeiv N Y propose forming a cfedet corps and band this fall The Washington District Board has arranged for a class initiation of 200 or more In November As a team of graceful dancers Teddy OToole and Martin Sheehan would make good in vaudeville Thirtyeight divisions and thirty three auxiliaries are represented on the Chicago National Convention CommitteeThe crowd at the Irish American day celebration was representative one and a credit to the rlsh race The new anvertUlng circulars got ten out by the County Board ought to bring in new members Get them from theSecretary Resulting from National President Regans islt plans have been stnrte for the organization of three divisions in Alabama The division at Dunkirk pave an entertainment last week In honor of its chaplain Father LInus Monohan who has been transferred to parish vrhe jolly police quartette Tom1 Fitzglbbons Pat OHearn John Klleen and Mike OHare were mud In evidence at the Rlvervlew Par celebrationElated the recent initiation of 942 new members at Plttsburg the County Board has decided that the campaign be continued without any letup until the year is ended As an untiring and faithful1 worker County President D J Coleman is certainly In a class by himself The originator of Let George Do It must have had Dennyin mind With the celebration of the thirtieth anniversary bf Division 10 of Philadelphia Maurice McMamee rounded out twentyfive years asI President and was presented beautiful gold watch Through the efforts of Prot Rohan and the Irish History Committee hun dreds of schools and thousands of children will next month be added to the number that have embraced theJJ study of Irelands history Granting his approbation for th study of Irish history in the parochial schools of Indianapolis Right Rev Bishop Chartrand wished success to the movement and expressed the hope that children of Irish extraction In America would never forget what b their ancestors had suffered for the faitht FEDERATION Next National Convention Will Be Held Here II With the election of officers and I the selection of Louisville as the convention place next year business sessions of the American Federation of Catholic Societies at Columbus came to a close Wednesday President Edward Feeney oftBrooklyn was reelected TSecretaryLouis Treasurer C H Shulte of Detroit Marshal J West of Kansas City and Colorbearer Chief Horn Cloud of the Slopx Indians South Dakota The Vice Presidents chosen are J B Calkers Newark N J T P Flynn Chicago J A Co11erscI Shakopee Minn J J HynesK Buffalo J J Regan St Paul bifnnmJ W Phelps Dallas Texas Those named for the Executive Committee are the Most Rev S J Mesomer f Mllwaukea Right Rev J A MoFaul Trenton T J Cannon Chicago I Nicholas Conner Dubuque T W Immehur PlttsBurg Daniel Duffy Pottsville Charles Denechaud New Orleans John Whalen New York F W Heckonkamp Jr Quincy H = D Cunningham Boston and C W t1WallaceBirminghamAla fSeveralattended the banquet at which the Rev Dr John Cavanaugh President f Notre Dame University was the principal speaker His subject was Our Catholic Schools and Colleges The convention voted down tho NarSttlonalt adopted a substitute resolution which ever does not mention the Educational AsII sociatlon but which criticises In ajhq general way all organisations which be stand against Government aid for religious education t I This was the largest convention yet held by the Federation the bust ness covering a wide range of aiib tests The official reports will note the n lved until next week Dr be Peter oGauzand Eugene Cooney are elated over the results and tho great this victory they scored for LoutevIll not Fair HOPKINS THEATER The Hopkins Theater will present next week a bill certain to please will lovers ot good and vh tHoiRe iyaiide vllle For the part month Mjrtg r apex Wraon NM been rioiinr hec the iMdtBC artl4 of the MHl4til1 ftliioh ta be sale nsa vrlthelr r that J iZZ jj 1 o r r E SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O III- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en Firsttj and Third Tuesday I President William Murphy I TompdI Recording Secretary Joseph Farrell Financial SecretaryThos Dolan TreasurerThomas P Lawler Sei geantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 MeeU First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresidentC J i I Vice FordII Recording Secretary William T Ale ban Financial Secretary John J Keaney Treasurer James Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays i Ilneteenlh and Portland PresidentD J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFInancial Secretary J G Hes slonTreasurerD Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 MondaydRertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry JrLanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rellly CalklaghanSentlnelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc Grody N Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Gar rlty SentinelThomas Gleason MarshalMichael Noon Y Te MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Clu House 34jl North Twentysixth ePresident=Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Hancock A C Link Financial SecretarYF G Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH Ker ergTreasurerW A Link Marshal J H Sheehan I Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart I tI OEtllqt S I A Mlrnenlona Medicine 7 I Mrs Kath Hlldman writes from Wesley Iowa March 17 1910I warn total wreck had an attack of helplesscould trifle matter made me nervous I would ry and lad a desire to be alone Have taken 6 bottles Pastor Koenlgs Nerve onic and I now can sleep and have feet sImuch pleased with the Tonic and will recommend It wherever I can I am happy and healthy write Mrs B McCabe Quincy Ill 305 Wash- Ington St Sept 1 1910 She suffered fewbottles t t1IIrsI Kas Jan 27 1909 Pastor a oenig n Nerve Tonic did my daughter ore good than all the doctors I IFREEA JrorfIE Nerlvousireprepared11WayneKOENIQ SlOBSold by Druggists at SI per Bottlt 6 for 9b Urge sIze J176J 8 Bottle for SB 1 programme will embrace an un usually meritorious list of turns Charles Reinhart the popular tenor ill render the newest vocal soleo STATE FAltt HORSE SHOW Nominations already made In the Commissioner of Agriculture saddle I horse stake for the coming Kentucky ate Fair indicate that more Inter t will be taken in this class than before The nominations of stables Indicate that such well known as Theodore Roosevelt will seen in the ring The purse ot 500 hung up by the Commissioner I ITItheI ITI night horse show this year will free to those on the grounds means that many thousands will see big nightly feature who haVe seen it in the past The State will open promptly at 11 jclock on the morning of Monday Sptemb r 11 Col M C Rankin President of the State Fair Board preen the button at that hour vhlca will trt tb SMfclnry The will be oa in earnest from that alnuts Day nil sight there will tie entrtataiB nt and instruction lurlaff irety lour at ratr wtk the c t IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Harvest operations are on and are not at all disappointing opeteE4 warDundalkthe dryweatherfamine in Ballyconnell and district John McFall an old ago pensioner who had been under medlcal car for some time tell dead In his house at Magherafelt IDuring a terrible thunder storm one of the small spires on tl church tower was struck by llghtnin- and knocked off CamloughdestroysbycompensattoforhaRbeenlOdged LOrPoweracourtChancellhasNational school teacher Tinahely t the Commission of the Peace A popular figure in iCounty Kerr has been removed by the death of F OConnell Chairman of the Li towel Rural District Council De ceased was in his seventyfifth year LaurencFlynngret in the district Deceased was sometimet hoatroubleThe County Galway Agricultural1 Committee unanimously elected the Most Rev Dr Gilmartin Chairman The Most Rev Dr ODea was elected Chairman of the County Technical Committee Frank Kelly a carpenter was at a special court held In Mountbellow eI theAsslzcs anherThe presentation recently made t the Very Rev Dean Kavanagh New Ross from his I amounted to over 1300 Dea Kavanagh intends devoting that sum toward the decorating bf the church Four rifle shots were fired at Patrick Ryan a caretaker of a far at Ballyharrahan concerning whit there was litigation last year as he was walking on the lands None of the shots took effect Ryan wa severely wounded earlier in the year Rev Patrick Bennett a native o Queens county ha4 recently been or dained at the Carlow Cathedral The BIshopFoley diocesebThe diocese of Ferns bias lost Its oldest veteran in the priesthood b the death of neveP Kenny o Oularh Father Kenny was born 1 Craanford parish about eightyfive 0 years ago and bulart was his firstt curacy the appointment being mad In 1853 It is stated the extra police fore In County Roscommonls about being reduced to fortyfive men There are three leaving Castlerea district The county is In a most peaceable condition at the present time and fit is anticipated that the whole of the extra police force In the county will 1 be dispensed with in the near future MIAKEUP Needed in the Prrsent Ros ter of onelsJManager Danny Shay and his Kan as City warriors will make their farewell bow for this season in a doubleheader tomorrow the first game to be called at 2 oclock The games are sure Jo be closely contested as the Colonels can always depended upon to give two teams run for their moneyKansas City and Indianapolis As loyal support ers of a team Louisville fans will have to be given a top notch position- as indicated by the attendance at the tlastseason Nearly 6000 people at last game and 2000 at TUe- sdays speak volumes for the fans loyalty and places Louisville In the front rank as a good baseball town As a move to compensate tho public Manager Howard should give the team a shakeup and put in a lineup that will at least try The following would about please Hughes catch Grlmshaw first base Hulswlt soc ond base Stansbury short stop Lennox third base Hayden Stanley and Howard in the field The public would appreciate the above and would be sure of seeing a nine that was endeavoring to do something besides drawing their salary MOTION PICTURES I Especially Interesting and elaborate moving picture programmes are her aided for the Casino and Orpheum for the coming week There be pictures of the dramatic and and stlrlnp comedy all re ete with action arid picturesque scenic environment FONTAINE FERRY- Foataiao y I Ferry maintains Its hold ipon the people as an amusement resort being crowded nightly Park patrons were glad to welcome the return of Greggs Imperial nand rhick has been rendering musical lumbers as classic and catchy as any heard this season For next week management promises a star vaudeville bill all the turns being of highest order J 1 mt qr 1 l C Save WeApparell Both Phones 2207 617 S Fourth PRESENTATI ACADEMY FOURTH AND BRECKINRIDGE STS andnotSpecial attention given to music and art ST MARYS COLLE ST MARY MARION COUNTY KY Commercial Course with Business College features pharnsuniversiNewREV MICHAEL JAGLOWICZ C R President St Mary Kentu LORETTO ACADEM- y Loretto Marion County Kentucky 1sConducted by the Sisters of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross Charming location Healthful environment Primary in mediate and attestaseducetDIRECTRESS OF ACADEMY Nerinx PO Kentucky COLUMBIAN COLLEG A CATHOLIC BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS RailrofareHealthtiathleticsnboys not retained Homelike arrangements in matters of table clothing illness and the like For Catalog Or fuller information address PreshNNNOONNNNN1eNOdN N Nm iFor Your Furniture Wantslt 1 TRADEtI I Pricesy T bestn I JAMESI GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street IfN NN bNN N N N N OWNN ONONN N 1911 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1911 JAMES QUARLES CANDIDATE FO- Rudge of the Jefferson Circuit Court CHANCERY BRANCHFIRST DIVISION Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party WM STELTENKAMPCANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE T i Fifth Magisterial District Composed of First Second and Third Subject to Action of the Democratic Party JOHN CAMPBELL Practical Horse Sheer Toe Cracks Split Hoofs Corns Con tracted Feet and All Ailments of the Feet Properly Shod Rubber Pads Hand Made Shoes Driving Horse Shoes of All Kinds HORSES CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED HOME PHONE 5283 525 13th St Butt Walnut and Madisid 1 GEnE RsQ215 WEST MARKET STREBrTt 6x11 TUB CKISBRATKD HNORTH STAR REFRIGERATI The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are eOMldwad dMlr RangThe BQUAU It MttlHtkHaolU1bUe t 2 il n J 1