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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v S Ei U iV i c i i V f ffl r vlv M ti 4 4 7 ENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcANtitOLU- ME t V XXVIINO9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS I f SAFEGUARD Thats What Rev Father Cot ser Denominates Catho lie Press His Inspiring Words at Recent Catholic Federation n Banquet Its Building Is More Important Than the tearing ot Basilicas BOUNDARIES OF ITS USEFULNE Among the many able addresses at the National Catholic Federation at Columbus Ohio one of the most 1In- spirIng was that delivered by the Rev James H Cotter LL D or Irpnton the chief editorial writer or the Buffalo Catholic Union and Times Dr Cotter who Is a big brainy portly man with a mellow voice and delivery that commands attention said In part As controversy Is furthest from my purpose I will not discuss why the Catholic weekly is stralghtjackete In its work nor will I question the greater efficiency of the press In a restriction of periodicals nor touch I on the proposed financial and editorial greatness arising from a centralizing of scattered forces nor will I give thought to the need or the Catholic dally until greater Warrant is given for the success or the periodical Controversy is not Intellectual pepsin wherewith to digest good dinner so I will confine my thought to a consideration or the power of the Catholic newspaper and and to my mind the onlymeans ot extending the boundaries of Its usefulness The love for Journalism of his great predecessor who declared that a Catholic paper Is a perpetual mission in the family has been re peatedly expressed by the present glorious Pontiff The power ot the press Is shown by the Papal exhortation accompanied by the Holy Fathers blessing sent this Federation In Buffalo Encouragement kindred to the Holy Fathers has been otters given by the great Arch ishops==art orId with croziers thai rire Belgium and Germ ny as b llYo rBbecause the ss and to France and PortiTgW as failures where thelserv ice of the press was ignored V Bowing to the pulpiteers who bring the people nearer their altars I would dare say that in the cope and in the force of Its purpos the building of the press is more imporI tant than the rearing of basilicas Let Infamous policies destroy the buildings turn them from their de signs desecrate them and while our thoughts and feelings are outraged the faith built in our hearts accord ing to the plans and specifications or the Great Architect Christ loses nothing but rather gains in Intensity through indignation Willing hand and generous gifts will rectify th- ematerial disasters and glorify God In new sacrifices parenting new shrines but destroy the faith and all is lost tar mens minds are arid as the Saharas sands mens souls stand shapeless and graceless before heaven with not even the ivy of hope clinging to them or a touch ot poetry enhancing themrepulsive ruins symbols of despair What Is It that our press would safeguard 1 Our faith the crown Jewels of the Eternal King Himself divine truth Our faith for ourselves our all for our fathors a treasure love of which they wrote in the sacred rubrics of their lifes blood Without faith man would be bereft ot knowledge that explains life and solves death with faith he reaches out his hand for certain and salutary truths and transfgured by them knocks at the very gates ot God and with reason claims admission Our faith the inspiration of art and architecture literature music and all I the graces of learning Our faith tho reason ot science for the lights of faith are lamps In the Inner tem plo of knowledge where ever sit veiled and voiceless wonders What is true ot religion must be true in every department of mind for the truths of the coalpit cry credo to the tenets of the pulpit Our faith the glory of history the sustaining force of history the sustaining force of our wonderful republic the rich ornament of this poor world the un erring guide to a better one I And the greatest agency of pre serving the faith Is the Catholic press It keeps abreast of progress I notes this very hour of movements the varying strategies the assaults of the enemy and checkmates him with Napoleonic speed The writer of books moves slowly the editor quickly as he seizes the pointed pjeripd to meet the strain of battle In hehaU of 1ercs1 th Catholic Paper is a aittnt though eloquent wetness ot the truths splendid expression of virtue In the very haunts of sin it can go and tay where theIII preacher dare not stand It Is Jn the rumble and tumble of life con tending for the right upholding the truth closing on theories foul with immortality impudent with heresy I arrogant with atheism 1Dll SCHOOL s Ttxmcfa the Ifiicfcttul weatker oaAiiiout prevailing at pre at the Catholic Summer Befeool nuOw It 0 possible for those summering in the vicinity of Plattsburg to return in comfort to New York Brooklyn and the other large cities still many are loathe to leave hurriedly for another year environments so pleasing a neighborhood so charming The ninth week of the lectura course was opened by Rev N C Flannery LL D of Brooklyn who on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday mornings discussed Christian Platonlsts of the Early Church Rev William Martin S T L of New York City on Thursday and Friday delivered lectures on American Prose Literature in Form and Substance The evenings were given over to James J Walsh M D LL D or New York his subject being The Church and Hospital Work BISHOP GUNN 0 First Catholic Prelate to Be Consecrated In Georgia With much ceremony and I resslve Im solemnity Father John E runn pastor of the Sacred Heart hurch of Atlanta was on Tuesday onsecrated as Bishop of Natchez or the Catholic church Archbishop Jlenk of New Orleans and six BIshops assisted by thirteen other ecclesiastics performed the conse ration and thirty priests represent- Ing the parishes of the South responded in the intonations of the nass This was the first instance In which a Bishop of the Catholic hurch has been consecrated In Georgia The color and detail of the rlti urnlshed an outward form unique mong religious ceremonies Women In the congregation wore mantJllas or various hues Assistant priests were clad in black gowns and white surplices while the consccratli prelate wore purple The Blshop elect in evidence of the purity with which he enters into his office was clothed in white Bishops were clad In full pontificals and the Archbishop mitred and sceptered was ested in all the magnlifcence of his office The consecration began shortly after 9 and ended at 6 It was entirely In Latin with the exception of the sermon preached in English 1 by Bishop Kleley of Savannah After the ceremony the neW BIshop entertained the visiting clergy at dinner At night hb held a public reception at the Sacred Heart church during which he was presented with a 6000 purse subscribed principally by members or- thep rsh II Bishop Gunn succeeds tho late Right Rev Thomas Heslln his appointment having been made 1bY Pope Plus on June 29 last He was ordained in Rome on August 24 1884 and for several years 1 he taught in the Marist House of Stud- Ies 1n Washington He came ifIto tlanta as pastor of the Church or- the Sacred Heart In 1889 and Pres dent of Marlst College which he untied It was unofficially announced that Father George Rapier now President of the Marlst Colleg would succeed Bishop Gunn ias Superior of the Catholic community In Atlanta and that Father TT ulnan would become pastor of tho Sacred Heart churc- hSPIRITED DEBATE ailed on Account of Tim at Division Tours Meeting Division 4A O H met In regular session at Bertrand Hall Monda evening and held one of the liveliest sessions of its long career which was much enjoyed by the good attendance present A subject pertaining to the welfare of every membe of the order was up for discussion and was threshed out in some ery spirited debates President Honness call1ng a halt on account of the lateness of the hour and referring It to a committee of investigation composed of John J Score Thoma Lynch and L J Meaney who wll rellOrt at next meeting when it 1s probable that the members of the County Board will be present to hear- thee discussion Vice Presiden Thomas J Lynch handed In the applications of John McHugh iRT- Ford John Purtell C S Ryder and Michael Moriarty and Con OLear was obligated by President Hennessy Michael Welsh was called upon for a short talk and told SOme Imtable stories that kept the moms in an uproar and also stated tha he would prepare a speech for the debate at the next meeting on September 11- FATHER MlIUGH LEAVES IRev Father James A McHugh O P who has been spending his vacation visiting his parents Mr and- Mrs Patrick aicHugU and relative In this city left this week for Wash- Ington where he Is professor or llosophy and church history at the Dominican House of Studies Fathe McHugh Is one of St Xavlera Col- eleg boys and has already taker Igh rank in the Dominican order FOR FRIENDS ISURPRISE The many friends and admirers or- MISII Elizabeth Fletcher and Herbert r Lauscher a Wen known and popular member of Mackin Council willI receive ae a pleaelng surprise the new that their marriage will to l lemnlaed at St Boniface church or- tembrhP XI The brideelect 1el a- youac roman of rfud chaN cttra- nd x profit in her ooalt Cop itulaUoM bill be now the order IMPRESSIVE Ceremonies Will Mark Reopcn ing ot Historic Old St Josephs Apostolic Delegate Falcon io nnd Bishop ODonaghue Will AttendS Remodeled Under the Direction of Rev Brother PillR SENT OUT MANY AtiLE PRIESTS Historic St Joseph College at Bardstown once the leading educe tlonal institution of the West id to be reopened next month after hav- Ing been closed for twentyt years A celebration In which the Most Rev Diomedo Falconlo Apostolic Delegate of Washington wUl participate will mark the opening exercises The school will be under the direction of the Xaverian Brotherhood which purchased the property last March from the Diocese of Louisville Brother Sulplclus who has been engaged in educational work in Massachusetts will be DI- rector of the college The old buildings of the college have been thoroughly overhaul equipped with water steam heat electric lights modern lavatories and firefighting apparatus and ex tensive additions have been made all under the direction of ReV Brother Pius of St Lawrence Institute this city The older of tthe two structures known as the admin- Istration building was erected in 1819 and was used first as a sem- Inary and later as A college T- etherI building known from its white stucco covering as the White House was constructed In 1848 It Is to be rechrlsteiied Flaget Hall In memory of Bishop Flaget Both fthe structures are of brick and ire three stories high not inclndli he basements The administrate building Is to contain the offices and i parlors of the Institution on the nain floor and dormitories above laget Hall will have class rooms on the first and top floors with- tudysualhandrlltuaryoI a t ig tar loor The grounds ofthe college I comprise forty acres seven of which rill be set aside for athletic sports I St Joseph College will open 1Its doors Monday September 11 when he students will register The fol wing morning Apostolic Delegate alconio will arrive in Loulsvllli scorted by a delegation of Bard town Knights of Columbus who will meet him en route and the men ers of the party will leave ImmeI latey on a special train for Bards town From the station there they wUl proceed in automobiles headed bya band to St Josephs church where high mass will be said Thor w111 be a luncheon at 1 oclock and afterward the Trappist Monastery tgbteen miles south of Bardstown azarqth Academy the Lorett cademy at Loretto and St Cath rlnes Academy at Springfield be visited in automobiles willjj Tuesday night a celebration w1111 be held on the lawn in front of the colle buildings at which will be made by a number addressesI lent speakers Including tolic Delegate the Right Rev Denis Donaghue Bishop of Louisville the Rev Father OConnell of Bards town the Rev Father Raffo or I oulsvllle Cengressman Ben Tohn- leon of Bardstown and the Rev Isidore Provincial of Baltimore After the speaking the ardstown Knights of Columbus wil give a banquet in the dining rooms oft the college The special trap with most ot the visitors will return to Louisville after the banquet but the Apostolic Delegate will remain Ini Bardstown until the following day when he will bless the college The Xaverlan Brotherhood has extended an Invitation to the public to- go to Bardstown on the special train and to attend the exercises Bishop ODonaghue attended St Joseph College and forty priests now In the diocese ot Louisville re belved their education there Since the college was closed in 1889 the buildings have remained unoccupied except for a few years when they I were used by the St Thomas Orphar glum after the orphanage of that Institution four miles ifrom Bards iwnwas burned several years ago ORGANIZATION ANNIVERSARY Elaborate preparation has been made by Brooklyn Knights for the c ilebration of the twentieth ann 1 I jrsary of the organization ot the I Knights of Columbus In Now York State The event Is made of par I cular importance on the ground that it was through the establish I ment of Brooklyn Qpuncll the order- sw introduced throughout the United States and Canada The ilebratlon of the above mentioned facta will be carried on during the week commencing Sunday September 10 beginning with solemn musical vespers at the Church of St Tohn- the Evangelist For this a special ogramme SUM keen arranged under the direction of Rev Thomas uhlgg Tilevening an exem Ificatidn ot fife first and second trega wlir oe held in Pro p ct trail wbeetza clMi of 110 p WU fJJtlHl1 laltUUd ioto the ordkt Toe mplltintto of the tii4egree I tnll alto take plea JRPHal p u- i I t The celebration ceremonies will close with a banquet at the Hotel Teffer son Coney Island Saturday evening LAID TO REST Lovely Young Girl Vlctlm of Dread Typhoid never The announcement of the death of Miss Mary Joseph McKenna youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs James McKenna of Falrfleld Nelson county which was received in Louls vllle on Tuesday Afternoon shortly after her demise came as a great shock to the friends of tEe famll who have hosts of friends in Louls vllle and throughout Kentucky Miss McKenna died of typhoid fever after several weeks illness Beside 1 her parents she is survived by a brother Dr Henry McKenna who has been in New York City an Interne at one of the leading hospitals and by two sisters Misses Margaret andElIza beth McKenna Miss Mary Joe Mc Kenna was a lovely young girl ot sunny disposition She was the Idol I of her parents and of her grandI father Charles W White who lives with the McKennas at Fairfield Shad been a student at Nazareth dur- Ing the past two years and would have graduated next year had she lived Her parents and other rel tIes have the sympathy of a large number of friends throughout the State The funeral of Miss McKenna took place Thursday and the Interment was in St touts cemetery IlOME1 AGAIN 0 I 4- Rev rather M Brings Relic OConnorII I Patrick I I IThe I good people of St Michael parish and the cIty are glad to welcome home the Rev Martin OCoi nor who has been spending t esum icr in Ireland J Father OConiu brought with him a relic of St Patrick the only one in this counts which will be enshrined in St Ilchaels church and which he values only next to a relic of the true cross This relict has lain in the dust for over 1400 years but papers from tome testify to sits being a bone ot relands patron saint Father VConnor will f officiate at both masses tomorrow anti will have a ermon of unusual Interest for his eopleri i REALISTIC Will Be Chicagos pag ant Depicting Columbus Landing A pageant depicting the landing or Columbus will be given under the direction of the Chicago Knights or ColUmbus October 12 who will celebrate tho anniversary of the landini or the Genoan at San Salvador in 11492 The landing of the great dls will be the real thing For the first time the models Pinta Nina and Santa Maria which now adorn Jackson Park will be placed t the water and sailed by millionaire yachtsmen Into an imaginary San Salvador A moving picture concern has agreed to repair the models so as to flake them seaworthy and to cover them with yelloW canvas that they may appear as the real Isabella vessels A corps or eight seamen have been engaged and are now at work putting the- three craft In seaworthy conditionII ANDIDATES FOR MUESTHdOD I I IDan Walsh Jr and James Rouck twa well known and highly esteemed young men of New Albany will- next week enter St Marys College to begin their studies for the priest I hood After their preparatory studies they will enter St Melnradg Seminary at St Melnrad Ind and- both will be attached to the Indianapolis diocese Tho former is the- son of Dan Walsh Deputy Oil Ih spector for Indiana and has for- somo time past been doing newspaper work while the latter has been a- popular member of the faculty of the Nev Albany Business College A- leglonof friends will wish both- may realize their highest hopes and succeed in their holy vocation FOR WORTH CAUSK The Altar Society of ho Cathedral parish will give a ouchro next Thurs 1 day afternoon and evening at the CathoUc Womans Club 615 West I Walnut street the cftcrnoon euchre to be called at 230 oclock and the enlng euchre at 8 The committee or ladles in charge have secured I any handsome prizes for the euchre In addition will bave many beau land articles for sale The proceeds deilved wilt bo used in securing a I w fltalhed glass window for the I thedrall find the various other 00- cletles are lending a helping hand to- aidi the ladles in their worthy cause TOURING THROUGH IRELAND The Kentucky Irish American received letters this week from Owen P Canty former Grand Secretary or- the Y Me I who is at present vhllt- Jng In Ireland He wrote from Dub j1II1i where he was slush taken by the ld Parliament Houses BOW the t iak of Ireland in which It IB hoped tlleIrlI Parllameut will agaja be Iclied to meet Mr Canty will make atoltfto all i H ortnt pelnU in the IIIraN IIeMtor returning I l 1I IU AS IT IS The Finns Fight For Ireland Freedom Is Now Near at Hand Only Serious Opposition Wlll Comb From tho Ignoble Faotionlsts Irish Leaders to Educate English People on Home Rule OBRIEN AND HEALY SCORED The Dundalk Democrat one of the ablest and most reliable papers In reland in a review of tho politic situation and the course of Willla Brienand Tim Healy asserts that the final fight for Irelands freedom oust be fought not at home but In he English constituencies during the next year or two The Irish members of Parliament during the time he home rule bill will be in course or transit ought to be free to devote he entire of their time and to educating the English attentionI I to what home rule Is and he campaign which will certajnly ibe ntered upon by Orange emissaries In England to poison the electors here As things are however In roland It will be necessary at the ame time to devote some attention to the campaign which will certainly be made by factionlsts at home to nstlll poison of a slightly different Character Into the Nationalist body In the hope of creating diversion which may perhaps give strength he opponents of home rule NobodtoII loubts that his attempt will 1 made by the factionlsts They haveI been steadily working up to it for some time Whatever the form of home rule may be that will be ol ered us it will Inevitably be assailed with vicious criticism by the actlonlsts who will endeavor to convince Irishmen that it is a vicious and worthless thing because the themselves have chosen to prophet that It would be It will be necessary to pay some attention to thes gentlemen It is a mistake to allow Messrs l Brlen and Healy to pour venom 1nWtrtsh ears without supplying thi antidotes Experience has shown that constant repetition of any statement unchallenged by contradiction wlll result in that statement being wallowed by a certain number of ulllble people OBrien has to- me considerable time for Instance been prophesying the failure of the attack upon the House of Lords He has denounced it as a crazy and Insane ridiculous and impossible beyond the pale of practical pol- Itics and so on He has predicted over and over again in wouldwaswriting that the Lords and that Redmond and his IdioticII adorers would be swept out oi political existence in the failure or- their hopeless attempt to destroy the- one obstacle in the way of home rule These prophecies of OBrien iiave failed but their failure will not prevent his credulous supporters from swallowing predictions quite as crazy and insane Furthermore there is danger that a gentleman Who Indulges In prophecies will strain every nerve to make his prophecies come true OBrien certainly gave no help in the attack upon the Lords which despite his prophecy has succeeded He may be relied on to- Iwe no help to the home rule blll- for in his preconceived opinion no possible good can come from either the Irish party or the Liberals Has he1 not told us that only he can give usi real home rule by combining all parties in favor of itl I The pet subject of the Seer of MaUow for two years past has been- thes socalled breakdown of land purchase consequent on the Blrrell act of 1909 He aired Us grievances under this head In the House of Commons by declaring that act to be the biggest failure and crime In the history ot English government in I reland So long as OBrien de- these statements in Cork they escaped notice or at least contradic Hon but his ventilation of this grievance In Parliament enabled Blrrell to show that the act of 1909- did I not stop land purchase at all- that Its chlej effect was to relieve the Irish taxpayer of the liability Imposed on him by the act of 1903 to make good all the loss on the tlota- tlon of land stock amounting to- many millions sterling The fact Is- that the finance of the 1903 act or- which Healy used to speak in terms of such extravagant praise com I pletely broke down and If all the- Iland of Ireland had Tbebp purchased er that act and no relief been riven under the Blrrell act the country would have been by this- timeI in a condition of hopeless and In xtricable bankruptcy Its people In town and country would have been liable for millions of money lost by- the Treasury In floating stock that- the public could not be got to take at par 86 far from land purchase having broken down the five millions ayear which Wyndham expected would be needed io finance it have II gr awn to eight millions a year and In this very year the Treasury bas- been called upon for the greatest am untever asked for this purpoSe Thaotof 1909 whatever its ako- rcmln8 relieved the Irish tax pyer It provided for the npulwy xcquleitoa of land ii- ftqt la MrleU fte real crux x- a and It would have Introduced compulsion against the landlords who I would not sell at fair prices had not OBriens noble friends In the Haiuse of Lords destroyed these clauses ANNIVEU8ARYI Mackin Council Prepar For TwoDay Cele bration Mackln Council Y M I wUl celebrate Its eighteenth anniversary with an elaborate two days pro gramme beginning Sunday September 10 The arrangements have been perfected by a committee composed of Messrs George J Lautz Councilman Bon Sand Joseph Steltenpol A C LInk Patrick Duddy Henry Kerberg and W A Link and are perfect In every detail Sunday morning the 500 members will attend high mass and approach holy communion in a body In the afternoon the members will meet at the club house and march to St Cecilia church where solemn vespers will 1 be sung at 3 oclock Following the vesper service there will be a reunion at Mackins club house to which all members of the Y M I are cordial 0 Invited Here there will be an abundance of refreshments and a merry time is assured for all ware present On Monday night there will be a complimentary reception and dance at the club house for the members ladyIsecured from Chairman Lautz or Secretary A C T ink 603 West Main street The committee will provide refreshments and look after the comfort of all who atten- dMAMMOTH CAVE Excursion to Historic Spot Trinity Council Iby Y M I I All arrangements have been completed for Trinity Councils excursion to Mammoth Cave tomorrow and a large crowd from this city is expects to take advantage ot this opportunity to visit one of the wonders ot the world Mammoth Cave is truly named with its great auditoriums ot lofty ceilings domes hundreds eof feet high the sides formed of tier after tier of fluted columns balanced rocks and hanging rocks mighty crevices of clefts as If made by earthquakes barren underground ianyonsthat might be termed underground Streams and the Echo river Fifteen to forty feet wide on whit a good sized flatboat transport tourists for a distance of half a mill noise 1Is01 so Here the slightest Intensified a thousand times and certain tones sounded by the guides resemble the deep rich notes of a pipe organ The train will leave Tenth and Broadway tomorrow morning at 845 and will read oulsvllle on tho return trip at 1C pi m A rate ot 660 round trip iIs lade which will include railroad ire dinner and cave fee Tho committee has secured the services of John J Barry of the New Haven Echo who will go with them and help look after the comfort ol their guests Mr Barry goes to the lave many times during each season In charge of parties and is thoroughly amlllar with the trip and the committee is to bo congratulated on se wing his services GOOD NEVSII The Holy rather Is Again Able to Receive Visitors The news from Rome this week regarding the health of Pope Pius X Is most welcome and brings relief to- the entire Catholic world The Holy Father has so far recovered that he Isi again able to celebrate mass Monday morning Pope Plus received In audience Cardinal SeraphIn Van utelll and also the most Rev Martin rltschlery Cordova Archbishop of Yuc tan Cardinal Merry del Val the Papal ecretary of State who delayed his acqtlon during the illness of the Pope went to Montemarlo where he wUl stay at the Villa Bluhmensthal for the remainder ot the summer All the dispatches are of one tenor and lead to the belief that the Popes health will be fully restored TABLET TO DOXGAN Invitations have been extended to 1 State and city officials to attend the availing of a tablet on the outside ort St Peter Catholic church on Barclay and Church streets New York City to theo memory of Col Thomas ongan first Governor of New York The unveiling will take place on Oc I tober 2 and will be a civic ceremony In charge of the Now York Knights of Columbus Col Dongan wen a Catholic and was appointed Governor by James IT- INVITATION ACCEPTED Dr P S Ganz one of the K tucky delegates to the American nI eraUo n ot Catholic Societies convene at Columbus Ohio and who wa- sao present at the sessions of the ithollcb editors and publishers tendered an Invitation to the editors tq hold their next meeting and be tertalaed simultaneously wits the deration The Invitation was ac teitedanrl will bring to liouitvllle IQany noted writers from all parts of tt UrnttW States a- r- I a POLITICS ORcars Campaign Thus Far Dis couraging to tho Re publicans Gov Wlllson Senator Bradley and6 Federal Employes Not Interested Bradley and ORcar Rumored Very Much Split Over Harris Candidacy wREPUBLICANS QUIT IN DISGUST Republican politicians from all over the State are already beginningrr to concede the defeat of ORear for Governor and his whole ticket all realizing that a mistake was mado r In turning down Cox and Franks for ORear and his narrowminded AJon nightriding and prohibition proof of this look at the local situa tion Not enough white Republicans can be secured to nominate a ticket in full for the Legislative and municipal offices and then compare this with the situation of two years ago when the Fuslonlsts and oldlino Republicans were at each others throat for the nominations on thefLog Cabin ticket It also shows the caliber ot these Fuslonlsts and goodygoody citizens when it comes to seeking nonsalaried offices They can always be found wanting to work for the good of the community and elevate the morals of the citizens when there is a good fat salary attached to the office they are seeking JudgE ORear seems to bo playing a lone Hand in his canvass for Gub ernatorial honors the old guard like Gov Wlllson Senator Bradley Lieut Gov Cox and Dr Bruner be- Ing noticeably absent from the firing line Gov Wlllsons contribution to Rears campaign consisting ot canvassing the different golf grounds The large number of Federal Rev enue employes in this State are also trlelng with each other as to who can do the least for the Republican ticket they knowing that ORears drastic prohibition measures driving the distillers and brewers out of the Hate would also drive them out of laUPOsltlons they working under the good old adage of selfproservatlttn q Is the first law of nature Along with the other narrow planks of his latform ORear Is now insulting the voters to their very faces telling hem from the stump that 70000 of hem are for sale these speeches fili ng his advisers with consternation Both Democrats and Republicans are watching the outcome of the gist on the question of Robert L HarrIs aspiring for the Legislative nomination from the Eighth and Ninth wards on the Republican ticket Before his nomination Judge ORear stated in a speech of which there are several stenographic cops in existence that Harris would not run on the G 0 P ticket and now comes Senator Bradley who Is Harris friend and says that he shall The Post and the Herald are both very quiet on this Important uestlpn while Harris and his friends Just dare the Posts friends one the Republican City and County Committee to throw him down This coming week the local Democratic Committee will perfect arrangements for the nomination o- tho local ticket and will probably In- dorse both boards of the General Council with a renominatlon only a- few vacancies to be filled As tipped In these columns a few weeks age Thomas Dolan will be named tq succeed Ben Sand as Councilman from the Twelfth ward and IJit there Isi a vacancy In the upper board the 1J0st of friends of Dr H E Mechllng the former Y M C A Instructor and now President of the Swiss leaning Company are going to make an effort to lahd It for him Dr Mechllng served as an Alderman during the Bingham administration with a good record and would be a strong candidate on the Democratic ticket James Quarles has made a runaway race for the nomination to succeed Bingham and Is sure to be a winner in November Moroi announcements are expected in the Legislative races the sure nominees at this stage seeming to be Sanruol Robert son Charles Knight Peter Lee Atk ertoand William A Perry AWAY FROM HOME 1DmD not altogether unexpected news of the death of Arthur Heinz man at Danville Ill last Sunday came as a shock to his many friends and relatives In this city whore he spent his boyhood Deceased But fered a stroke of paralysis which de spite all care and skill proved fatal He Was thirtytwo years of Age and- S employed as a machinist Sur vlvlng him are his mother Mrs rulla Heinzman 2621 South Fifth street two slstersanda brother Policeman John Helnzman who wai at the beside when the end clim- IThe remains were brought here ant funeral held Tuesday aftern6oi frolD Holy Name church Rev Fathe Connor conducting the solem obsequies r CHAPEL FOR SOLDIERS The Catholics of San Antonoj Texa have donated a new chapel to the army for the uae ttheao- ldle1tl stationed at fort San v M iu tou Texas i i r i I VwLI j 1 C IRISHn A ERICAJS IIi 1 al altiKHTliGKYk IRISH y AtTctod to the Seclal and Moral Mvanceraeiaeat ol Irish Aafricaas and Catholics I Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PHINTINQ CO Incorporated Publisher r SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc 4 Qnttred at th tAutnlllo PoitoHlce u aeeondClui nattr iMrei all tommmiullm to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreea t= TNADES UNION COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1911 SUNDAY NOISES There is a growing feeling am with good reason of IndIgnation against the ever Increasing noises on all sides in our city on Sunday morn Ingo That they could bo greatly re duced all will concede and without trouble or interferenco with anyone Particularly annoying are these noises on Fourth street Broadwa and other thoroughfares upon which many churches are located Scarcely a Sunday morning passes In which the church services aro not interrupted by passing carts wagons and cars which at these points make more noise than anywhere else an render It almost Impossible to hear the sermons or even the choirs Withi out any trouble whatever this could all be obviated When pass n churches and hospitals especial- care should be taken to do so quietly and thus mitigate the nuisance for nuisance it is The local prom might well call attention 1J this matter and If that does not suffice the police should be called upon to protect the people while divine worship FOR YOUNG N For years there has been much talk with little action concerning the welfare of our Catholic you n men Consideration has been given the subject by both the clergy ax laity and resolutions have bet passed by numerous conventions and thus It stands today To all 1 apparent the necessity for au organization for our Catholic youth on lines similar to the Young lden s Christian Association which has I I been of untold benefit to Its memo bers And therefore the Kentucky Irish American would call attention1 to the Young liens Institute that has been fostered and directed by Archbishops RIordan Irelan Elder and Moeller and today looks i up to the Rlht Rev Denis ODbnag hue Bishop of Louisville as ItsJ Supreme Chaplain Founded over twentyfive years ago the Y M 11I I has worked steadily and successfully for the moral social and 1In I j tellectual uplift of the Catholic young man and the evidence is to be found In every community f ttof which the society has been encouraged I True It Is there are many societies of young met but It must be remembered they are disconnected and without unity of purpose each standing alone and soon passing away I Therefore we suggest to men Interested In safeguarding the invesUga1tionI foundation ready for the building one of the greatest and mo beneficial Catholic Institutions the world has ever known Come t Louisville and see the homes of Mackin and Trinity Councils Learn I I what this society Is doing 1In Indiana Illinois California OhioI Pennsylvania and other States and wo feel sure that it will be foundII I what has been sought for that could be desired The Ken tucky Irish- attention American would call the of the Catholic press to this subiect and trusts they willI11I I give It that consideration and publicity which It deserves There I should be Ylol I councils in every Catholic community In the United I States I LAUGH ON LORDS t London cablegrams of the past week bring some amusing though notsi altogether reliable Information Which puts the laugh on the British House of Lords The claim has been made that no new Peers would have been created even If the Lords had jailed to pass the veto bill and continues Now that the Govern nient has triumphed In its measure to curb the power of the Lords and flow that sufficient time ihas elapsed to allow a keen analysis of the pool tion taken by the opposition and the to overnment In the great veto bill IghtI England Is enjoying thew llscpmfltura the Lords with great ustfl Thisj urprtelrig tatement was afled Upon tie following The fact that white the ancient con tltutk n C i England 1wI1IDl bandiedboutlI jijwe n the a the Parliament Mil and itSa threatrof Bla kl r PIN waa supremely laughable for time ha thuncoveredan which too Govtt nment uttd Ha measure down a tilL of lrDa tIJ I I aristocracy Whether the bill stood or fell there would have been no isdI I thatIaIIe t Governments prediction of a sale addition to the Peerage would have Instructed this Ministers ItoI make attempts to bring about same ends through channels less offensive to their Lordships perhaps refusing outright to flood the Peerage and In any event delayIng his action till every other means had been exhausted So It seems that the great body of Englands nobility h- dlhad asI all its worry for nothing anI that bluff almost American In itsI Intensity has won IgIGNOltANT SCOFFERS lqNh11oI those who know no heft scoff at the confessional the factt still remains that It is the greats st safeguard of virtue that ever existed toin the world In the confession j man Is voluntarily his own setae before an omniscient just and1 atmerciful Judge Thore the sound 01-f his own voice whispering his trap gresslons In the ear of Gods repr jsentatlve must awaken humlllatlo In the depth of his soul and with it a deep seated resolve to sin no mOre testagfy against ones self In the the trlbuna1 1dof penance Is a restraint to wayr 0nrestraining power of the grace whl isGod gives those who In this way profess before men their belief lif Him and In the efficiency of hi sacramenti Parents who have In mindt selection of an academy or college for their girls and boys should by alll means consider those advertised liI n tho columns of this paper The equipment of these institutions 1is thde student life is of such a nature that the real man and woman develops Iir their environment 1The consenus of opinion amen g New York builders Is that St Pa ricks Cathedral IB one of the very few structures that may be standing 1000 years hence All of the rest New York as It stands today will be gone The Ancient Order of Hibernian will tomorrow display In their hall the flags of Germany and Ireland 1 in honor of German day This is ca tying out the movement Inauguratest jtwo years ago bytbe German National Alliance and the Anclenl t Order In an item about golf Thursday In Ifthe Evening Post the public were panet E OSullivan was This proves that Dan Is a regular contributor to the- o Post columns IThe Census Bureau has given out the statement that Bloomington1 Ind is now the center of population in the United States Enthusiasm means life and who I Is there that should create greater enthusiasm than the fact that you are a Catholic- I Ifyou quit studying when youI leave school you are certain to be an Ignoramus That is just the time toI begin Even the Post is finding It a hard matter to work up any en thusiasm for ORear and prohibition The Catholic school Is the only safe for the Catholic youthII SOCIAL CLUB ELECTS Mackln Council Social Club which has enjoyed a successful career during the pas ten years and is now at Its height slotted the following of ficers Monday night for the ytr 191112 President W A Link Vice President Wlllam nihn Secretary Aloyslus C LinkII I I HigginsMuchdue the untiring efforts of Dr J A Casper whose address upon retiring as greatly appreciated The club ill open Its tall series of recePtionI I I dances the latter part of I KOSAKX OF fCGGETS j I The offering of the Knights of olumbus to Cardinal Gibbons in I i epmmemoratlOB of till golden jubilee sa prlMt and his liver jubilee a i I Cardinal which will be officially I- Im arJ In October will bw ft rotary d of ttuggets of gold Md of rough godr jUl tltwas mined j It uBlqii rosary U iJMwork ea IJ miMT In Alaska i 1JM Qnl rtlutrlnoirnnroary of tlImlMr workman hip wit one presented to the Pope t n k i SOGIETY I I Mrs J R Richardson has been vis sltlng her sister In Murfordvllle I Miss Katie Newman has return from a visit to relatives in Frankfort I Miss Anne Elizabeth Car has gone to Estill Springs for a stay of two weeks I I Mrs M Boscho and family hav- I returned from their summer home I at Northport Mich Miss Abble D Chester of Pop street has just returned from I IGiles visit to Elizabeth InrllanapollsIOtte Is in St Pa 1 Minn visiting Chief of Police nor and Mrs OConnor I The friends of James Winn will sorry to learn that he Is serious- e 111 at his home on Sixth street I Col M J Hickey of the Falls City sojournth r at West Baden Springs the past weekl Mr and Mrs John Coll of Jeffer sonvllle will return next week fro m a two weeks sojourn at Martlnsvllle e tad Mrs John Frey Cherokee road i has been entertaining as a welcomed guest Miss Anna Murphy of Coving ton I Miss Virginia Murphy has return from New Albany after a visit to Miss Margaret Sauer Elm street Miss Margaret Brennan 12H South Sixth street hadfor her guest during the past week Miss King Mrs John Biven and granddaugh ter Miss Mary Ruth Glenn left last week to visit relatives In Nelson county Misses Margaret Dalton and Mary Filburn were last week the attractive guests of Mrs M A Sullivan IIIn Frankfort sills Alice D Hickey and John Crotty were among the Kentuckyy visitors registered last week in New York City i i I hMisses Frances and Eleanor Me Kenna of Fairfield were welcome- n visitors to a number of friends her Isthe past week I Miss Margaret Anderson who Rapierhe of friends in Lebanon I Misses Mary Joe Luckett Agnes Foley and Margaret Leonard were recent visitors to relatives andI islands at FairfieldII William A Hennessy of 2119 South First street has been Islanding treat this past week a big boy arriVe ing at his homo last Sunday I Mrs Charles Fitzgerald and Altt bany are home from an enjoyable visit to relatives at Marengo Sojourning at Grayson Springs th past week were Misses Edna OBrienI Katie McHugh M Sullivan an Lillian Hughes all of Louisville Misses Julia Doyle and Ida Dies bold have returned from a most en joyabe vacation trip to Niagara pointsr of Interest After an absence of three weeks In Rosedale Mich John T Malone has returned Mr Malones family will remain at Rosedale until Sep tember 16- 3isses I Inez and Frances Gleeson of West Broadway lave been spending the week at West Point the guests of Misses Marie and Catherine I CoggeshallCounty Indexer Joseph W Byrne and wife are enjoying a short season of rest and recreation at West Baden Springs They will be homo next week I tMrs J P Dant and daughters s Misses Louise and Marie Dant and 1Mrs Elam Perkins were among th tnumber spending the past week a Grayson Springs Mr and Mrs D J Z none ofr Memphis have just returned to their I I home after a pleasant two weeks I visit here as the guests of Miss Dominica Blanford Miss Mary Jewel Quinn daughter of Mrs Mayme Quinn has return from Georgetown Ind and will nex J week resume her studies at St Benedicts Academy IfoIr and Mrs D W Cunnlff left Tuesday for Martlnsvllle Ind where they are expected to spend ten days before taking an extensive trip through tho Northwest Many friends and acquaintances qFq beth when they visited Bhelbyvllle their old home last weekIl Mr and Mrs Edward Wentzell have returned from Owfnsbbro where they visited friends and rela lives and were entertained at a number of social gatherings Louisville people In Nw York the past week were G W Leaky L IDonnell Thomas A Bohan W I lannan J Hannan E Whalen and Mr and Mrs F1orcl1tJrQ kIThI gaveotillon last week in honor of k- Misses Mary and Annie Fllzglb ons who were guests of Mkw Mary May and otfa r visitor in the city Ixr and Mrs John C GraVw rt- OTMd this wtiak from a tlMt to C ealOXUnkftuaclJIoJa flu I+ae tOI bbe l tUr pteM aieetlak TJatJaerj I who is a well known Louis IcrearY 1 i IfV many friends of Mr and Mrs 1E J Maun will be sorry to hear o f- vthe serious illness of their ttve yea old son Raymond JUs Illness was contracted from a serious case of whooping cough lIeptson Thornton and daughter Angela left today on o visit to St Louis where their daughter Mary has be visiting for the past month re31r and Mrs Henry C Moeller an nounce the engagement of their I daughter Miss Evelyn A Moeller to William J Baldwin Their marriage Septembera 20 ck tin tho morning CaspernI are apen I ten days with their sons Dr Mlchae Dboe accomIyi visit to Grayson SpringsI A pretty marriage was solemnize Wednesday morning at Holy Nam10 church when Miss Kate Black became tho bride of T J Golden Rev Father OConnor was the celebrant of the nuptial mass and performed the marriage ceremony which was- i i i witnessed by many friends of the worthy couple Following the wed ding breakfast tho bride and groom left on their honeymoon trip Aft September 10 they will bo at heir- at 381G Grand boulevard eaMACI1N COUNCIL Largely Attended and Splr= Ited Meeting Monday Nightp s I Mackin Council met Monday night with an unusually large number of members present President Robe son occupied the chai and there w not a dull moment from the opening till the close The Visiting Com mltee reported Conrad Schaefer George Koertner Raymond Ridd J and Clyde Graven who are on the recoveryJAII much enthusiasm when he reported the results of the Niagara Falls cxcii r satisfactoryIrP other similar excursions this but that onethird of al the people- e lt who visited the Falls accompaniedI the Mackin Council pajty TWO new members were elected expectated already largo class awaiting inltl- I tlon early In the fall In response to an Invitation from the Catholic Womans Club the council tendered1 the services of Its members for the bazar to foe held In the near future During the session there was an address 1 on the Y M I which brought out points thatwere warmly IMISSION applauded AT ST COLUMUAS I atcornLt Renting Sunday September 10 the 930 oclock mass and continuing thqethedat 8 oclock preceded by second part of the Rosary On week days tber wIll be short Instructions after the C oclock mass and a sermon after tho 8 oclock mass The exercises In the evening will consist of Rosary 1in- struction recitation of third part the Rosary and sermon at 73 oclock Confessions will be heard n the morning from 540 to 7 oclock 330 to 6 In the afternoon and 9 to 12 at night IJEFFEItSONVILTJE Father John OConnell of Stl Augustines church In Jeffersonville this week united in the holy bonds marriage four widely known and popular young people of that city led Monday to the morning altar Miss Patrick Alice r1cOannIjI the ceremony being solemnized with a nuptial mass In the presence of a large assemblage of friends and relatives The second marriage took place Wednesday morning when Miss Catherine Doyle becamethe bride of Receptlonsfollowedt parties were the recipients of many congratulations RETURNS FROM EUROPE The Rev Michael Jaglowlcz President of St Marys College has returned from Europe and will be home for the opening of that noted Fathetr abroad and upon his arrival at New York last week left for a short visit I to relatives in Canada The facult- and I students will have a hearty wel I come for hIm SETTING STYLES The latest from Carlsbad Is that t American women as usual are the of fashion at that place Among famousII have been especially Mrs Milton H Smith of this city wife of the President of the Louis 1 villa Nashville Railroad Company Already this season the number of arrivals at Carlsbad has exceeded 70000 I GOING SOrE CelJoe McGinn and William T leehan are wing the sights in New York the cuMti of rapt Michael of Brooklyn WbQ48 well 1 cnown here They are going some IP in the clouds one hour and not mowing where they will be the next HERB NEXT WEEK I I StXilrlare rl 1in- Belglaap tie headquarters f tW jJCawJaa BreUwkeod trill ba7tbatqtIa tetUr part ot ninet weak II- r Grand Excursion to Ferdinand GIVEN UNDER AUSPICES O- F1CONCQRDIA SINGING SOCIET SUNDAY sisiiparjMiBE 3 1011 enTrain leaves Union Depot Seventh and River at 7a m sharp Returning leaves Ferdinand at 730 p m arriving in Louisville at 11 oclockIRound Trip Tickets 150 Children under twelve years half fare under five free KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS I Late News That Will Interest I JdfMembers Here and Else I where aThereI will be a fourth degree exemplification at Nashville on Colum bus day I With the election of officers ot local councils changed from Decem her to October a renewed Interest everywhere In the work of the order can now be expected Because councils that have been dormant for some time will Initiate large classes and many new ones are being formed the outlook for the year looks very promising ippolntedIeI ville member of a committee to purchase what Is needed for a room In St Josephs Infirmary that Is to be furnished by tho council I The Indiana Catholic makes a strong plea for a general observance of the first Columbus day in that it State The Knights of Indianapolis have started well by inviting United States Senator OGorman of New York to be the orator there on Oc tober 12 telCARNIVAL Will Close Columbia Ath Air1eI I ISeasonA grand open air carnival and vaudeville entertainment will be con ducted by the Columbia Athletic 11Club on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of next week on the club grounds 1218 Logan street between Oak and Rupp This organization has members from all sections of the city and Is constantly growing in- he strength The committees have are ranged for a change of programme and special features each night and headliners on the bill will be little Aline Ducker the child wonder and Ben Speaker and Jacob Graft who will render oldtime plantation mel odies All who would spend a really pleasant evening should visit the carnival on at least one night IIlEARTS UNITED Mrs B Gerst announces the mar rlago of her daughter Ella E Gerst to Matt P Corcoran Jr The wed ding was quietly solemnized Tuesday morning at 6 oclock at St Anthonys church Tho ceremony was followed by a breakfast at the home of the bride at which only the Immediate families assembled Mr and Mrs Corcoran left for Chicago and other- e groomhavetend congratulations for a long life of wedded bliss EDITORof0Tho Southern Guardian of Little Rock gladly notes the following well merited honor conferred on Right Rev MonsIgnor Lucy Its ablo and fearless editor One of the last acts of tho late Gen G W Gordon Com manderInChlef of the Confederate Veterans before his death was to ap point Right Rev Monsignor J M AssistantofChaplain General of the Confederate Veterans GRAND GIFT Archbishop Ireland at the close of the annual fourday retreat of the Catholic priests of the diocese at the St Paul Seminary last week was the recelplent of 100000 pledged by the 260 priests of the archdiocese The Rev Thomas J Gibbons of St Lukes church made the presents tion speech to the Archbishop offer Ing him this amount as a token oft the esteem love and reverence 1In which he is held by his associatesI SURPRISE FRIENDS Many friends of Miss susanne CorrIgan daughter of Mrs Fran ansW H Rateau two of the most popular and well known young peo ay6received6 Iat Cincinnati tho ceremony being performed in St Xavlers chqrchCC The groom Is a well known sa tor the Dow Wire Works Company IVISIT Albany have SISTER been AGNESII in St Louts where visit their daughter who is stationed In a convent In the Mound City JJORD CHANCELLOR BARRY Monday In London announcement AtItorney NOW A LAW I The bill passed by the last Legls ture which prohibits the theatrical prjMtentation of a living character the rote of a divine being became ateotire Ila4 Nt F York State ywUr ly Ottw Stat will adopt the atllaw II II- n C D n i 1I550 ROUND 1DinnerSUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1 1911aAuspices 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 City Ticket Office ao Bigger and Better Than Ever a NINTH ANNUAL Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE SEPTEMBER 11 12 13 14 15 16 1911 ILL BE THERE WILL YOU THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY RACING LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES GOOD MUSIC CLEAN MIDWAY EDUCATION HEADON COLLISION SATURDAY MORE CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER For Information or catalogue write to SecretaryQp QCd GREflGERS BUSINESS SCHOOL SECOND AND BRKOklNRIDOm SOLICITS THE PATRONAOE OF THE READERS OF TIle 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 you will appreciate the claims we make DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES THE YEAR AROUND J D CREAGER Principal Charlie y hitei THE COW BOY HERBALIST ole Owner and Originator of COM CELSAR and SCIENCE SOPE andIHerbs Home Office and Laboratory 37293731 Broadway Louisville ky DEPTH Vacation Pictures Are a source of pleasure to you and friends tell the story better than words DONT FAIL to take I a Camera with you on your whether it be a days outing or a trip abroad We will gladly give further particulars 321 West Jefferson Louisville w+ w www iThestDo ar Jl 1m startedallThat you spent for something you did not NEEP have m SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED I twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST 1 must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the m dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming IIIKy Title Savings Bank okm Fifth and Court Place I RUOpen Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays UntU 7 p m Hi fm iIiim im M TflINOPrat4- PgF BasBon Sewer Pipe Co Salt Pipelessonsiie for Stem Condaita trickFireGrate ClayCkiaasey Sidewalk Erick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBtEPHONB S73 WORKSiathandUxlagtonaadMafHolIaAve Bet pth asd loth TJ3LBPHOMB 2833 OF OCEAN The deepest part of the Atlantic Id1eeandwidohIs n1- L t L constant your Pictures trip would DOLLAR BORE THROAT CURE andbakacre for a sore throat If eaten be fore retiring S Wvfe ra 7 4 j r vr SV V lJ r Tc rtt ECY NTIIOIZI IRJSg A1 BiIi CA117 EEIBE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE IH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kyf 1 j D J DOUGHERTY S I McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREETi u t f tt HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SS8 East Mafia Street Oran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 FOR Furniture0t at the Lowest Prices 90 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 1O77 All the late and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us ROBERT C MBRIDE With J W Bellstein Co FIRE INSURANCE Cumberland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 Columbia Building Fourth and Main BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses EtcoCemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HERRMANN BROS UUOTJU1SO PANS WINESANDLlgUOItS Dfetlltoni and Whokwk Deal Ms Ia PlaNt Brands of Ken 4 ky WhllklelMJI8- OJUypearlof Nelsonr 0 BOTTLXD IN BOND TtlitlmilHt M4 SIXTN ITMOT u PITTSBURG COAL 375 i PER TONEE TELEPHONE Dougherty sLannins COAL COMPANY INCORPORATED FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA I I I ICE i I 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 quaatity j AMERICANIce i i INCORPORATED CoIIN Eo Cor Pearl and Floyd j OMNi Catholic Order of Foresters Oreatest Catholic Fraternal Insurance Order In tthe World Members In flood Standing 150000 I Depth benefits paid since organized 13852000 JOIN NOW I WMCALLA8HAN I State Organizer 2710 W J- effGlidsfi Rogers sea BOOK GO PRAYER ROSARIESr To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Inks Migizims and fields Articles or tovssar nseoaxrrzotr 434 West Jefferson Street ftEKKSr tIUNOLD- st tln IN StaplllldFlllyGrlclrlIsA IN OIfUflCJItH tilts W1iiIikJeeIpsk1tr t1e 6ZWkWAtIiIT s rI t1 t D BAZAR JI J For the Benefit of the Catholic Womans C1ub Jimug 4 uratcd Plans Formulated to Discharge tIle Present Indebtedness of Club Dfflccrs and Committee Chairmen chosen At Meeting Mon day Night MISS JUDGES GENEROUS OFFER At a largely attended meeting of friends and members of the Catholicl womans Club last Monday evenln concerning the present financial Indebtedness of the club for its newi home it was determined to give bazar for four days beginning Wednesday October 18 at Lleder kranz Hall and endeavor to raiset enough funds to discharge the debt of 11000 The meeting was called to order by the Rev Dr Schuhmann and the following officers were electedPresldentCF Taylor General Manager Jacob HubI ouchSecretary and Treasurer Al S SmithChairman of Ladles Committee Mrs John H Buschemeyer As a preliminary announcement- Miss Maggie Judge former Presiden- of the club and a generous bene factor offered to add the sum o 2000 to any amount over 5000 raised at the bazar This was received with much enthusiasm and will serve as an incentive to the members and workers for the club Rev Dr Schuhmann donated 25 In gold as a starter for the treasury The following committees were ap pointedExecutiveCommlttooCharles F Taylor Chairman Rev Dr Schuh mann Daniel F Murphy Dr John H Buschemeyer B J Janslng M J McCluskey Thomas Walsh Al S Smith and Jacob Hubbuch PressJohn J Barry Chairman John P Cassllly and Camden R McAtee I Wheel Raymond T Barrett JILovettI SchnellLinen and handpainting booth Mrs John H Buschemeyer Chair manNovelty and doll booth Mrs Robert G Loran Chairman I j I CandY and fishpond boothMIss Stella OConnor Chairman Country storeAirs George Hoertz Jr Chairman Miss Kate CollinsDiningroomMiss I Myra L Burns Chairman Mrs William Callaghan POIDantI Refreshments Mrs H Schlmp eler Chairman I Bean board booth Miss Blanche Gordon Chairman Miss Elsie Burns Miss Anna Burns Combination books Jacob Hub buch Chairman Miss Margaret Leonard Secretary Thomas Walsh Miss Kate Collins Mrs William I Callaghan Robert G Loran Euchre Mrs Minnie V Bosche I Chairman Mrs John C Graves Mrs David Welsh The next genera meeting will behold Monday evening at 8 oclock in the club house and everyone inter ested in the success of this undertaking and the welfare of the club is Invited to attend At this meeting the Chairmen of the different com mittees will announce the complete roster of their respective committees CARDINAL GIBBONS FAVORED The recent illnes and alarm felt for I I the life of Pope Plus X started a discussion in Rome over his possible successor In which the opinion has been expressed that as no European could be chosen without arousing un pleasant Jealousies the selection must take place outside the old continent Now that Cardinal Moran 1 ia dead the only alternative is Cardinal Albuquerque Cavalcantl of Rio Janeiro who by ArchbIshopII I staying at the same monastery at Elnselden as Cardinal Rampolla or Cardinal Gibbons the Archbishop of Baltimore It tbe idea of having a foreign Pope prevails the probabilities for Cardinal Gibbons are almost equal toa certainty as he en Joys the respect and admiration of the whole Sacred College which is especially taken by his wisdom so abundantly displayed in the last con clave when he was one of the chief electors of the present Pontiff EXCURSION TOMORROW The ConcordIa Singing Society will give Its annual excursion tomor row to Ferdinand Ind the train leaving Union Station Seventh and river at 7 oclock in the morning and returning home at 11 This excur I I sion is one of the events long looked for and promises to surpass those of I the past The Concordla will give a concert on the grounds at 3 oclock and the programme Includes amusements that will please both young and old Already there has boona large sale of tickets which assures a successful and pleasant day The Concordla Singing Society Is one of the oldest and best known of its kind In this country many prominent citizens being members CLYDE GRAVEN BETTER Clyde A Graven a salesman for the Louisville Grocery Company and popular member of Mackln Council who was badly injured in a runaway accident at Mt Washington Myerall WMM afro IIB BOW Improving at the residence of hili father J M Graven Lmi West Broadway r ttoDL THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 ill nlgbLCarriKe 1225 W MARKET ST MONUMENTSWe carrgspring trade the largest and best assortment we have canaoffer at a bargain Please give us a call MULDOONMonument 813 W Green St Louisville Ky JLBrownfieldGo STt rfr STEAMandHOTWATER1 HEATINGIDont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 7846 AWAKENED Health DcpartmcntMokcs Startling Cold Storage Discoveries J The people of Louisville are at last being awakened to the dangers that threaten them from Impure foodstuffs that unprincipled dealers I would sell them without regard to the injury to health and life that 1 would follow their use For this the city administration and its health I department deserve commendation t watchIhave been made About 12000 pounds of fish consigned to Louis rifle firms and kept in one of the local ice storage plants was declared 1 unlit for use by Inspectors of theII Health department and ordered de stroyed by Judge Gecko in Potlcejj Court where the eight cases were presented without any of the defendants J appearing in court Nearly J 8000 pounds of the fIsh had beenI consigned by Booth Company The remainder was consigned to theJJ Pennsylvania railroad Adams ExIpress Company and William Keiper Some of the fish had been in storage since 1908 Dr Kurk declared that he had examined samples of the fish in the laboratory and found that iti- I was decomposed and unfit for use RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Charles A Flood whose death shocked his friends took place Sunday afternoon fromI St Cecilias church Rev Father Brady offiicatlng at the solemn obsequies The deceased was thirty five years of age but for some time had been despondent over his 111 health and this it is thought affected his mind IThe funeral of Edward Meyer oneI of the oldest and most highly re II spected residents of Navillton Ind1 and well known in Louisville took place last Friday at St Marys church In Navillton where he resided for thoI past fifteen years Deceased was the father of J Henry Meyer the assistant manager of the Louisville Glaubensbote IFuneral services over the remains of Mrs Mary Gagen the aged mother of Patrolman James Gagen were held Tuesday morning at St Louis Ber trands church Mrs Gagens death was the second one in a week in thei family following that of Mrs Sophie Sweeney who died of peritonitis Also surviving her are one daughter Miss Catherine Gagen and Stepheni Gagen both of this city The body of MIss Mary Cunning ham who died at the residence of her aunt Mrs M V Armstrong 3107 Bismarck avenue was taken to St Charles church Mondayunornlng and there at a solemn requiem massI celebrated by the Rev Father Raffo received the last blessing of th I I church Fora year the decease I was a patient sufferer and tho belie- that t she was to soon again seeber father and mother the late ThomasI Iland Mary Cunningham was suffi dent to make her last hours peaceful- and happy She is survived by on brother William Cunningham Mrs Bridget Donahue aged sev enty died Sunday night at her home 511 South Thirteenth street after an lllnesa of eighteen months Irs I Donahue was born in Ireland andl came to Louisville at the age of six lnOf an klmable character ih bwti widely known in connection her church work having been a member of the St Patrick church for fiftyfour years aShe brae the I moth rMw iof P To MoCrory and 1 KverettusJames IV and Thomas T I and Mrs IfoCrory fibs funeral too DUiae Rttwda aotmlag frontBLPat rick rokaJut was largely at Le4ii 11111111 y wDDi t WATERFORD County Full of Beautiful Rivers arid Historic Towns In Ire land Ancient Domain of tlio Dcsll Fainih Is Now Homo of tlio BercsfordSr Llsmoro Castle and Mount Mellernj Abbey Among Show Places SCENERY IS QUITE DIVERSIFIED Waterford is one of the most southern counties in Ireland The Atlantic ocean stretches along Its entire southern boundary To the north is Kilkenny and TIpperary while on the west is Cork and tp the east is Wexford The county is fifty miles long and twentytwo miles broad and has an area of 721 square miles The population is in the neighborhood of 112000 A broad district extending east and west from near Portlaw to Macollop is al most uninterruptedly mountainous in the middle this mountain chain stretches across almost the entire county from Clonmel to Dungarvan lyingsouthis a mixture of gentle hills and dales For the most part the coast line of Waterford is rocky inhospitable and dangerous Several sandy bays and stretches of sandy coast interrupt the rocky margin but the cpast Is on the whole not much indented by bays and harbors Waterfbrd harbor separates Waterford from Wexfo d- Off this is Dunmore Bay with cliffs pierced by numerous eaves Water ford is well watered by rivers and streams Among them are the Blackwater the Tourlg the Owbeg the Bride the Glenmore the Owen nashad and the Glenshelane rivers Bally Lough about half a mile long lies between Waterford harbor and Tramore Bay It is the largest of many lakes in the county Coum shlngaum one of the grandest lakes in Ireland lies In a chasm on the side of the highest part of the Comeragh mountains On one side of the lake is a wall of rock 1000 feet high The two Comeragh Loughs and Crottys Lough are quite close at hand- Waterford is rich In minerals and the copper mines of Knockmahon at the mouth of Mahon were worked long and successfully They were very productive but English laws long ago forced the abandonment of work on the mines When Ireland gets home rule there is no doubt that the mines will be reopened Waterford from which the county takes its name Is the largest town and is noted for its beautiful quay It has a population of 20000 Other thriving little towns in the county are Dunmore Carrlckbeg Passage East Cappoquln Tallow Llsmore Dungarvan Kllmacthomas and Tra more Llsmoro is situated In the midst of splendid and beautiful scenery with Llsmore Castle beside it on the top of a cliff over the Blackwater It has a population of 1800 TJIe town dates Its origin from a monastery founded there in the sixth century by St Carthach and It became one of Irelands most Important religious centers On the slope of the mountains over Cap poquin Is the famous abbey of the Trapplsts Mount lIell ray Waterford formed a part of the Ancient subkingdom of Ormond The country of the southern Deal anciently Included nearly the whole county of Waterford as it extended from Llsmore to Credan Head and from the Sulr southward to the sea Its name is now preserved by the two baronies of Declcs Only a short time ago Lord Decles an Irish Peer married a daughter of the Gould fam- Ily in New York One of the splendid show places of Ireland is the magnificent demesne of Curraghmore It covers nearly 5000 acres of ground and is the seat of the Poems or Beresfords the Mar quises of Waterford The mansion on the demesne was erected In the year 1700 on the site of an ancient castle of the Ormonds iLlsmore which in English means tho great fort was one of the most noted seats of learning In Ire land when that Island was the great school for all Europe It was there that Alfred the Great King of England was educated The principal feature of the place today is the castle which stands on the site of a famous university Tho old castle still stands on the bank of the Black water and is at present owned by the Duke ot Devonshire WEATHER IN GERMANY Berlin is stewing in a sauce of heat The Kaiser has taken to his yacht the poorer Classes to the roofs and the bourgeoisie to the hills The theIenveltoped that city seventysevenyeare Everywhere the suffering is Intense Streets of molten asphalt trees burnt to a chide and long rows of dwellingecaresses of the sun bring the ther mometer registrations up to tho 100 mark and past dally and make life in the city almost unbearable as ares idence A pros failure semis im minent Even the fertile valley of the Rhine has been stricken and in the outlying district Government returns report damage to this extent ot many millions of mark RETREAT ENDS THIS EVENING a The retreat which opened Mon day at St Boniface Convent for orderkthisnarening EdmoM Klhu O 1 W competed the retrwt tvbloh wM attended by tpstfrtetglftI priftftU aRa brother k t FRANK FEHR BREWINri INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottler LOUISVILLE KY OUR S SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMANB- REWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Curnb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light 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Jeffersonville Ind Phone 655 DR J T CHAWKJ Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Celled For ant DellYerad se4h 1henea 23691 oPPlce AND POROe aJIu 7137J5 SEVENTH STRFET i H t f tO tit ItH f f Of f f t II WIJfIll jw OJlAJIPO1 1 345 witst Grn StrtI orAUJ XI j IifPnl1 Dr HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Note State Secretary Foley reports that a number of new divisions will bie established in Indiana this fall The regular meeting of Division i3 will be held Monday night when theI proceedings promise to be interest ingThe Hibernians of Pueblo Col are looking forward to the vllst oft National President Regan in the near futureMembers of Division 1 are urgedI to attend the meeting Tuesday nigh at Falls City Hall The business witII be important A feature of the Hibernian fieldI day at Boston next Monday will bi the prize drill between several crac military The companiesItho big attraction at the field day and athletic carnival of Division 19II of Waltham Mass on Labor day Division 2 may decide Its neW quarters at the meeting Wednesday night President Ford wants every member present to aid in the selection The Ladies Auxiliary expects ia big turnout of members Wednesda night There will be something do ing pleasing to all and for the good of the order With pipers dancers baseball field sports and euchre the Hlber mans of Terre Haute made a brllllan success last week of their first an nual Irish day Besides the ball game picnic din ner music by two bands and ia reception end dancing there was ia big baloon ascension at the Hibernian celebration Wednesday at Fort Wayne had- President D J Coleman has called a meeting of the County Board foir next Friday night at Bertrand Hall when It is expected a complete re port of the Rlvervlew Park celebra lion will be made In Boston it is reported that over 500 candidates will receive the several degrees at Fanueil Hall o Sunday October 15 when the monster class from the Suffolk County Auxiliaries will be present Waltham Cambridge Lynn New ton and Lowell Mass will have Hibernian buildings before manyr months Brockton Marlboro Wor cester Springfield Lawrence andI Quincy already own handsome build ings devoted to the needs of thet Ancient Order Though Connecticut is one of the smallest States in the Union geo graphically it has the distinction of being the fourth largest in point of I membership The State Board will make an active campaign during I greatIl the States in membership Montreal Hibernians are con gratulating themselves on tho appointment of Rev R E Callahan to the position of County Chaplain of the order It was to the efforts of Father Callahan that was largely dun the successful issue of the con troversy which arose owing to the removal of the monument to the ship fever victims Replying to the communication t Mrs P H McNeils of Indianapolis and the Hibernian Committee on Irish History Rev Father John OConnoll of St Augustines church IIin Jeffersonville gave the welcome Information that Irish history had been taught for the past two years In the parochial schools of Jefferson vlleGood for Father OConnell I and the Hibernians of our sister city AVENUE THEATER With Morton Shaw as its manager the Avenue Theater opens Its seaso tomorrow with the Denver Ex press an exciting melodrama presented by a company of carefully selected players The play Iran ibeen equipped with an excellent series of new scenes and the grand ball a the Palace Hotel San Francisco provides a society element that en tirely removes the suspicion that this Is a wild and woolly Western drama The return of the Avenue to the melodramatic field is blot going back to its policy of several seasons ago The theater has been thor oughly renovated and looks as bright as a new pin and from the great amount of advance Interest which has been shown in Its opening the coming winter should see things booming Popular prices will pre vail ranging from ten to fifty cents lIt night and ten to twentyfive cents for matinees INJURED ON TRESTLE Patrick J Newman fifty years of age night watchman for the Byrne Speed Coal Company and wellI known in the West End sustained serious injuries Monday night as the result of a fall from the high trestle at Floyd street and the river When the 12 oclock ring failed to come in from the coal companys property the Western Union Telegraph Company sent Robert Schnel I der a special policeman to the place tt- to see what the trouble was 11tOrmjI elevation near the river bank He I was badly cruised and cut The un fortunate man Was at once removed to his home 624 North Twenty 1 seventh street where too received t medical attention and is recovering from his Injuries ENLARGING Another story Je being added to- At Catherine parochial boolatN- e1f Haven w d other improvements math A two Cory porch oa each 1de will greenly Improve the ap vwiranc f tM building J a SOCIETY DIRECTORY e A O I3- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en Fir and Third Tuesday PresidentWilliam Murphy Vice President Anthony Tom kins Recording Secretary Joseph EIII Farrell Financial SecretaryThos Dola- nTreasurerThomas P Lawler SeigeantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway FordIVice PresidentErnest Smith Recording Secretary William T Meehan SecretaryJohnk J Treasurer James Welsh SergeantatArms W S Nally DIVISION 3 Meow First and Third Mondays Ilnoteenlh and Portland President D J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thomas Stevens Financial Secretary J G He elon TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens SentinelThomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial SecretaryI D J Reilly SergeantatArms William Cal laghan Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Siesta First and Third Wednesday 1At Elks Hall County President Lawrence Ford PresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Di Grody Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArmEMlchael Ga rltySentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y ki x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice Presidents Joseph JHan cock A C Link Financial SecretaryF G Adams Recording SecretarYR Corresponding SecretaryH Ke berg Treasurer W A Link Inside Outside MarshalJ Sentinel Sentinel H SheehanII IfJ1t1t I i 1IWesley Iowa March 17 19101 WILl a total wreck had an attack of apoplexy and was over 6 months help less could not eat nor sleep Any trifle matter made me nervous I would cry and Lad a desire to be alone Ha I taken 8 bottles Pastor Koenlga Ner a good appetite and feel so well that 1 can do my days work I am very with the and willl cantrecommend it wherever II am happy and healthy write Mrs B YI Ill 395 WaaMCCltiOtQulnIngton the suffer cured her Mrs Dan Leach writes from Coy vllle Kas Jana 27 1909 Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic aid my daughter more good than all the doctors I IFREE ttllrsl I1pbJ han totValuable BOOK on Her Diseases and a I ttllt to any address Poor parcel r1Preparec1I Wayne Ind alnee 1878 and now bythe KOENIQ MED CO Chicago lilt I lOB Lake Street Sold by Dranlits at 1 per Bottle 6 for fLarge Size J17BJ B Bottles for 8 I MOTION PIOTURESII i Some unusual pictures will be shown at the Casino and Orpheu next week The pictures will be thorough keeping with those which have been presented during tho past month and which havo been unex- celled by any ever exhibited In this city These houses lead In the pro duction of the newest and most Interesting pictures I FONTAINE IERRYII I Tire success which has attendedI Fontaine Ferry this season still con tinues and for this reason the vaude villa bill for next week promises to 1 I be one of the best of the year The air concerts by GreggatmperlalI c I Band give as much satisfaction as any yet heard here and will continue until the park closes Fontaine Ferry is now more popular with the public than ever before in its history III LABOR DAY FJONIC I r Unity Council Y H I at flaw J Albany will give a big 1Ilcnlot Glenwood larkon labor day at a which a large attendance expected t The eommlttM in charge have madeI extensive arranjpincnti for this event and tiroratee an Saterenting and ao oyeble prpcrftwrn c 7j IRELAND Record of the Most Important ofI the Recent Events Culled Exchangest It Is said that the coal nilne of- p Kilkenny will soon be worked on a- very extensive scale The licensed premises of ulea Hannah Manning at Gorey were de strayed by a fore It Is proopsod to add A tower and spire to the Catholic church at Bollaghy County Derry Alderman JoHn McCarthy has been appointed Superintendent of the Kilkenny Labor Exchange The people of Navan are much IIn terested In the discovery of what IIs supposed to be a deposit of alluvial gold Genuine regret Is felt In Dundalk and County Louth at the announcement of the death of Dr J C Bellars Considerable damage was caused by a fire which broke out In the remises of William Calvin baker and confectioner at Omagh The shortage of water supply at Holywood County Down has neces sltatec the limitation of the service to five hours per daytwo In the- s morning and three In the evening Paul Knabenshue American Vice Consul at Belfast has just been wedded at Holywpod parish church- to Miss Katherine Olive K Parr a member of a well known Holywood family Much damage to crops was done 1In County SlIgo owing to the recent thunderstorm and heavy rains and the River Owenmore as usual iIs playing havoc with the crops along Its banks TJie following have been Sleeted Harbor Commissioners for the Port of Drogheda Messrs P Lyons W B Hill J T Fay Thomas Callan L Moore P Rellly W Bannon R Murdock and P Mclvor At the monthly meeting of the Committee of Management of the Klllarney District Asylum the Most Rev Dr Mangan was unanimously elected Chairman David Moriarty be Ing elected Vice Chairman The news of the death of Patrick Power of High street Waterford has been learned with much regret in that city The deceased was con- c nected with the fowl trade and was well known In the Southeast of Ire landMrsKate OLeary of Queens- r town has given birth to triplets The death occurred at the Presen tation Convent Fermoy of Mother Mary Frances Hurley In her eighty eighth year and the sixtyeighth of her religious life While Mrs Rudden of Orney County Fermanagh was driving to Knnlskljlen her horse which was frightened by a motor car cleared a ditch throwing Mrs Rudden out of the car and Inflicting injuries which necessitated surgical treatment namedefortyryears were after more than a weeks dredging in the deep waters around Cong picked up in a good state of preservation Sweeney was for years employed at Lord Ardtlauns saw mills at Congo Being unable to obtain the neces sary number of farm laborers some farmers In South Wexford districts have been obliged to go to New Ross for them and besides paying them have to take them into town by cars each evening and go tor them in the mornings a distance of six or seven miles TRANSFERRED GAMES The Louisville club will play at Toledo again this afternoon and originallyVetransferred to Toledo In exchange for the games of September 12 13 and 14i1 Louisville then closing heir sea son here Instead of September 11 theedIV past week has been very pleasing to Iethe fans and awakened interest which has been shown by the good attendance the only pity being that It this same game had been played six weeks ago the team would have been a pennant contender This sort baseball pf trying today and not trying tomorrow leaves a bad taste the mouth of the fans and Man Iin Grayson has their sympathy in to contend with such shirkers a little early to talk of next aDear but to renew confidence In the club tho management should dis tribute a bunch of blue envelopes and hold as a nucleus for next season Hughes Hearne Pfelster Hulswltt HaymIIden and Lennox if possible And a popular move would be to make Judy Hulswltt field captain POLICEMEN ON VACATION Sergeant Jerry Quill of the First and Statlonkeeper John 1district two of tho stalwarts of the Louisville police force have been having tho best vacation of their lives Others who are doing likewise are Ambrose Murphy District Detective John Enright Lieut Mike Leamy and George Donnella who visited out in the State All will be on duty next week GROWN THEATER The latest addition to Louisvilles amusement houses is the Crown Theater on Seventh near Oak street Just erected it is one of the most modern best venllated and beautiful picture and vaudeville houses south of the Ohio river It will open with matinee tomorrow with aa atoof tractive programme The manage meat will cater to the people of that section presenting shows always in structive and entertaining and without say objectionable feature il u LALill t Save Money yHalng Apparel tIe ned Here Both Phones 2207 617S fourth Ave PRESENTATION ACADEMY FOURTH AND BRECKINRIDGE STS An excellent school for girls young women and boys not over fourteen Specialattention given to music and artcSTa MARYS COLLEGE ST MARY MARION COUNTY KY Commercial Course with Business College features pharmacydentalCollegiateCourse preparation for seminaries and universities t New Gymasium with instructor For catalogue address REV MICHAEL JAGLOWICZ C R President St Mary Kentucky LORETTO ACADEMY h Loretto Marion County Kentucky f FOUNDED IN 1812 CHARTERED IN 1829 Conducted by the Sisters of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross M Charming location Healthful environment Primary inter mediate and academic courses thoroughly taught Special attention to languages music arts and to the details of a refined education for girls For illustrated catalog address- DIRECTRESS OF ACADEMY Nerinx PO Kentucky COLUMBIAN COLLEGE A CATHOLIC BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS Expense lower than average Write for catalog Railroad fare from Louisville 2 70 Preparatory business high school and college courses Health developed by physical training and instruction Open air athletics under director Morals safeguarded Idle intractable or vicious boys not retained Homelike arrangements in matters of table clothing illness and the like For Catalog or fuller information address Owensboro Ky JOHN M COONEY A M Pres R+i00 Oa ONNN +NNNW N QN For Your Furniture Wants 1 e I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best I JAMES GREENE l Streetl1911 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1911 JAMES QUARLES CANDIDATE FOR Judge of the Jefferson Circuit Court CHANCERY BRANCHFIRST DIVISION Sublect to the Action of the Democratic Pa- rtyWM R STELTENKAMP t CANDIDATE F- ORCONSTABLE Fifth Magisterial District Composed of First Second and Third Wards Subject to Action of the Democratic Party JOHN CAMPBELL Practical Horse 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