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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f T KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN IIV04 ME XXXNO 9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 31 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS RACTS Tories Report to Custom Tim Originated in Famine Tina s All Founded on the Basest ant1l j rpst ContemptlhleArgument Ireland Not Nation of PauperI These Tory Gentry IntngneN- ATIONALISTS TRUST REDHON Tract dropping is held in poor esteem in Ireland Sixty Years ago when famine and pestilence were sweeping tens of thousands of people Into untimely graves this delight ful practice had its origin It was carried on side by side with the soup kitchen and the birds nest campaigns by ultrapious ladles who were unwilling that Irish Papist- should go to heaven by the road of their own choosing It is carried onI yet in some places But as a rul- tract droppers have learned tha the pastime Is unpopular and unhealthy Besides they have fairly well made up their minds that it lia a hopeless task to pervert more that one In every million of Irish Cath olics These tracts are four iitn number and would mislead the people as to homo rule taxation lan purchase etc They are shattere- by the Dundalk Democrat whic- thus deals with them We have before us a bundle of political tracts printed in red whit and blue and posted to a representative Nationalist in this county Thei envelope In which they were posted bears t the postmark Blackrock and the handwriting of that retired Colonel I of artillery whoso easy acquisition of a big slice of Park was brought under the notic- of Parliament the other day The gallant Colonellike the old ladles of the famine times and after has taken up therole of tract dropper If he Imagines that he Is going to pervert the Nationalists of this coun try ho is as badly mistaken as were his fanatic prototypes in petticoats All four of the tracts before us are foundstidon ti one argument ==the s bftJKWfI ffet l tip arsuments andthTvery onerHhat the soupers of sixty years ago relied onthe argument of personal pecuniary gain The compiler has evidently a poor opinion of Irishmen The plain Nationalist who distrusts tracts and puts his faith in John Redmond will be consoled by the recollection of Redmonds words on the finance of the home rule bill Every penny of Irish taxation no matter from what source is to be expended on the government of Ireland And in addition to that Eng land is to provide for an indefinite number of years at least a million and a half a year out of Imperial sources with in addition a sum by way of surplus of Irish revenue over expenditure commencing at two mill Ions and at the end of eight years reduced to 200000 a year which will be a permanent sun The plain man will further conclude that the taxes raised by the Imperial Parliament will provide for Imperial services which we at present have to pay for and can not escape and in addition for Irish services at present paid for by the Treasury These latter will be henceforth under the control of the Irish Parliament that is of the Irish I taxpayer himself in his capacity as servIIcesI representative to look to And in the future unlike the present the Irish taxpayer will govern these mat ters through his representative At present these services are controlled by English Ministers whom Irish taxpayers can not touch In the future the Irish Parliament will control them and the Irish tax payers will control the Irish Parliament The Irish taxpayer in fine need not fear extra taxation unless he is convinced that it will be for the benefit of his country I A complaint that crops up twice In tho tract before us is that England will keep Irelands purseI under home rule She keeps It now I and keeps it at her own sweet will I She can tax our stirabout as Tim I Healy Inn heroic moment foresaw and she can spend the resultant I revenue as she chooses She wont be able to do that in the future She may keep the purse but she will have to pay over under the act the I specified sums for Irish uses Pro vided she does so it does not V ryII much matter who keeps the purse It is the money in the purse that matters and Ireland will get her due share of it Alt these tracts as we have said appeal to the supposed cupidity and selfishness of Irish farmers They are exhorted to sell their principles fora Tory bribe not even for hard 1TheyI names they bear names of men who freeIdomland will continue to dole out to them the pittance given to a nation of paupers will graciously pay the cost of this or that Irish service so long M Ireland grovels im the dirt at Englands feet and begs for theIscraps from titerichI mans table I tithe policy of lOuperilm ores ti o again But Ireland wants none of this Irishmen are not afraid t0 shoulder the responsibility of ad ministering the affairs of their own I satIcountrytno We are not the nation of paupers these Tory gentry seem to Imagine us to be We are going to accept the direction of bur own destinies without fear or misgiving As then were poor creatures who took th soup in 47 so will there be blood less things of Irish birth who wilI grovel before the Tory tract drop pers But the Irish nation Is made of other stuff and it is the Irish nation the Unionists have to deal1 with ARRANGEMENTS Being Made to Entertain Delegates to A 011- ConvenUono The Jefferson County Board I Ancient Order of Hibernians met i Tuesday evening and heard report from the different committees plan Ining for the A O H State conven Mondalandy The Hall Committee composed o f 1 John J Barry Thomas Lawler andI hassecured the Galt House for the con d III I ventton sessions and that the Ladies thee CusicktThomas Walsh and John T Keaney of the Entertainment Committee re ported that they recommended a dance at the Gait House for Monday evening and a banquet the following night at the same place Jji addition the visiting delegates will be met at the depot Sunday afternoon and es I hallsd+ nervedhi Mary nedy and Mary Butler were present and assured County President Dolan and the other County Board members i that the Ladles Auxiliary would en 1 tertaln the lady delegates A complete programme of the arrange I merits will be announced in detal iinI these columns next week ANNIVERSARYe Mackin Council Arranging g Por a Lively Tall Season I meetingiJ fl1ghaWf a t Adams named A 0 Link Shane Cuhlff John Hertel Guy Nevin and George Thornton to arrange for an entertainment and anniversary cel bration on September 15 The pro gramme will include a big initiation a class of forty now awaiting the degrees After some discussion n Mackin Council took preliminary steps for the formation of a HUsrary society that will promote the educa tional features of the Y M I and prove interesting to the members For this purpose Robert T Burke Rev Martin Weitekemp George Thornton Will A Cassin and A C Link were appointed a special committee and it is expected they will submit their recommendations at the meeting to be held next week President W A Link announced that the social club which had just closed its most successful year would meet Friday night and eleo officers for the year 191213 and begin work on the winter pro gramme Before the meeting closed Will A Cassin was called upon and delivered an address that contained many excellent suggestions and wan I pronounced the best heard for some time past I ICIIARlTIES President Tan Will Accord Conference Delegates Receptlon The full programme of the ap proaching meeting at Washington 011JI the National Conference ot Catholc Charities has just been published Wo find in it the announcement that President Taft will accord a recep Lion to the delegates on one of the toIcall the Interesting reception by President Taft at the conclusion of i Iits labors and the high appreciation which he expressed for the achieve TheIa buffet luncheon on September 23 and 24 all delegates from a distance In attendance at the conference Delegates are advised to obtain re celpts when purchasing railroad tickets as there Is some prospect of obtaining a reduced return fate The thoroughly representative character of the conference may be seen in the full list of speakers who are from all parts of the country and are of the very highest standing STATE FAIR State Secretary J L Dent and his force are dbing splendid work for the Sfate Fair to be held here Sep tember It to 14 The number of ex hibits already largely exceeds those of any former year and the best lair ever held in Kentucky is promised Thursday September 12will be Louisville day which will be made a half holiday One of the big nights will be IrishAmerican night for wlilch William J OHearn has been Greene and County President bliHlgginIhoMM DOt alt M commItteemen SICKENING Baptist Western Recorder lUIH represents the Catholic Federations Makes Statements That Its1211 tar Knows Are Untrue Evinces a Prejudice Or Ignorance That Astonishes Chlrtians WHAT BAPTIST WORLD SAY There are two Baptist papers published in Louisville the Baptist World and the Western Recorder tine last named permeated by a prejudice or ignorance and hatred of Catholic Ity that Is sickening In its curren t Issue the Western Recorder makes ai1 attack our the American Catholic Federation thai lacks any semblance of Christian spirit and is as surprls Ing as It is untrue The Kentuck Irish American challenges the West ern Recorder to make good anyonel of the statements In its Limited Divorce editorial which is here given In full The Committee on Laws of the American Federation of Catholic So cietles recently engaged in a spectacular celebration in Louisville recommended that there be aIimite i divorce for members of the Catholic church who were not content with their marital relations And this leadsus to remark that Romar Catholics have long played fast andt loose with the question of divorces our time we have often heardi Protestants say We believe that Catholics are right about divorce Such belief among Protestants arises from a total misunderstanding of thoI Catholic position on the question When Catholics boast that they nave permit divorce they advertise the fact that they are at variance wit the Scripture teaching on this sub ject The New Testament clearly authorizes divorce where the scrip neverIo not deny that this Is the teaching of iScrIpturabuttheyclaimithaHisian tl rrifl iffiti Im1c1fld Wr suiythemselves which It goes without saying they have not failed to do tet Catholics would permit divorce Instead of the satanic subterfuge of I disannulling a marriage For ex ample if a Catholic has money and wishes divorce he may be lucky declareIthati 11 occasions The effect of declaring a marriage null and void is to render t In the eyes of the Roman church the children Illegitimate and to blast I the life of a mother But this is small thing in the opinion of the Pope when properly approached b one of the financially faithful Should the report which has beent recommended by the Committee o Laws be granted by the Old Man o the Sea1 It will amount to what In law Is known as divorce from be and board If Romanism was not a crime It would be a Joke As against this diatribe we take the fol6wlng from the Baptis- World which sees no danger from Catholic growth and progress Again one was impressed by the exceedingly liberal and fraternal ex pressions with regard to Protestants Not one slashing attack was made a Protestantism The i Bishop of Louisville in his address of welcome was particularly liberal One could utterjancekj are said in these and other lands verylargeof the social and economic questions of the day was Impressive The social evil the white slave traffic child- labor women in industry hours and a living wage the rum traffic the low theater all receive- earnest I and Intelligent treatment I was here that the Catholics showed undoubtedlyi bodyinI annual meetings so thorough a dis mission of these questions Their I enthusiasm for the service of hu r manity Is the Catholics strongest point So far as the addresses were I reported in the papers there was not a political utterance during the KentuCkYjInIj to the doctrine of religious freedom and ugbttoj societieshave t as is ggehorally believed among Protestants they were carefully hidden In Louisville Their faith in their future and theirl missionary zeall were ah inspiring example to us They intend to win AmerIca and fre Quently and frankly said 90 It IisI serviceTheyt faith and zeal Doubt and hesitation do not characterize the CatholicI propaganda CAUSED PROPOUND SORROW profound sorrow was caused tlaI Louisville and tlirquja uttlietataI on Wndneiidaywhen telo=rpu an aFI nounced the death at Maysvllle Miss Irene Kehoe Miss Kehoe wi f twenty years old and the daught of Hon James N Kehoe She was one of MaysvllleB most pOP lar girls and her death from co sump tion cast a gloom over the entire city Friends here and elsewhere 0 tender deep and heartfelt syinatllY to the bereaved paren- tsREJOICING TArd Catholics of Centrali City Over New St Josephs Central City citizens on Wednesday celebrated the completion an dedication ot the most elaborate Catholic edifice over erected iIn Muhlenberg county by dedicating t0 JosephSP s Denis ODonaghiieJ conducted the ceremonies and ai least twoscore of priests were in aitc ndance The Rex Patrick Monaghanfof this city th first one to be ends ined a priest from Muhlenberg count whose parents reside nt Central iJ3 ty had the honor and pleasure of being the celebran of the dedicatory high mass To the untiring efforts o the Rev A GI M yerlpg the nee or is due the completion of thlsj Jeautlful house of God With only at small cpngresal fayt from rich and located in the raids of a nonCatholic settlement the nearest Catholic church being thirty five miles distant ust the though of building a nett church asso momentous that The members scarcely dared to entertain it How ever with their eriergetlc pastor to upiseemed heavy siicjjess has at last crowned both hjif and their effortsI The church Is built of white brie 1and stone and starts at least seven tyfive feet in hljjjht at the highest point of tho towr A largo cras- as a matter of cburaej surmounts the tower The walla are handsome I frescoed and theKalle y for the choir Is amply larger wj contractor Iin building paid gre attention to Ute acoustics The loyitlon of the new I church is so Drorintthat for mile s around the tQwrrr visible The thhI Catholics In sett i1CIty has apnea d col not on13 t ia hg the members of the churctfi Iu all denotltln a Lions for no Cat tics rallie I to ttheir assists i1 good will PROf IONi Deslgnatets Monday a General Holiday Mayor Head on Wednesday IssuedI his annual Labor day proclamation designating Monday as a generali holiday The Mayors proclamatlo- and tribute Iis as follows In honor of Labor day I hereby proclaim Monday September 2 1912 a general holiday Labor day deserves recognition at the hands of tali classes The earner of wages is onae who tolls is a part of the foundation whoyday after day struggle with their hands and their brains to gain a livelihood deserve encouragement allfTherefore it Isa pleasure for mem citydto pay this deserved tribute to organized labor DEATiIStThe funeral of Miss Katie Cor coran who died Saturday afternoonI of pneumonia at her home 151 g Bank street was held Mondaymorn Ring from St Patricks church with burial in St Louis cemetery lils 1 Corcoran was in her fortieth year She leaves two brothers and two slaters jThe funeral of William Otte fortynine years of age a grocer at Shelby and Mulberry streets wh died Sunday morning was conductedt Wednesday morning from St Eliza beths church with Interment in St Gert many he had been a respected res ident of Louisville twenty years He MrstWilliam Stark Mrs Frank Royer and Mrs Anthony Hellman Bartley fuiaged seventy six a retired rlverman died sud denly Monday morning at his home 2331 Duncan street He arose early aboutt tl upstairs to his room and halt an hour later his lifeless body was stretched out on the bed H Ijfound native of Ireland but hadI in Louisville the greater part DridgetlheAnthony Michael and Leo and twoI daughters Miss Kate McQuire and I Mrs Joseph Hellman His funeral1 took place Wednesday morning tromjj I St Cecilias church of which he one of the oldest members I ENTERS NEW FIELDII Richard D Ltngun will sever I connection with the Keatucky Titl 8eptembeand r Held being connecter with P VlglinlI ft Company 138 South Filth street Mr Langan line been with the Title Company for the past ten years and his unveiling courtesy and treatment of patrons have won hits many new friends taro together with Mil old ones pier hiss success lnhn811 ntlrrl tt- Q erFIRST MASS Large Congregation AHsisslctl aIt St Anthonys Church Sunday Fattier Antimony Leo Hodnpp i Entry Upon Priestly Duties Vnn Ordained Saturday by thci dUltlt Rev Bishop OPonaghue FATHER LEO PREACHES SERMON eRBy Anthony Leo Hodapp win was raised to the dignity of priesthood by Right Rev theI ODonaghue Bishop of last Saturday morning celebrated 1 hht first holy mass in St Anthonyss church Twentythird and Market Sunday morning In the presence of s large congregation Long before the3 j r II hour announced crowds of worship ers friends relatives schoolmates iI I and neighborsflocked tothechurch until the seating capacity was taxed to its utmost It was truly a11I day of exultation and Joy nott alone for the young priest his par ents and relatives but for all who shared In the blessing of Father Hodapps first mass The altar was IIIi bower of plants ahd flowers and In tine sanctuary were many priests whose prayers were for a long andI successful career for Father HodanpI I as a laborer in the vineyard of the Master I witsI be called was escorted from they Franciscan convent by FathersI Raphael Engelbert and Victor who were his assistants at the mass thirty altar boys in their black andIIII socks and white surplices children representing Faith HopeI Charity and a little girl who actedI j e as bride depicting the marriageA t I tho young priest to the nl augmented choir of twentyfive I voices sang Haydens Third mass under the direction of Prof LeoI Kollross At the offertory Handels Hallelujah was sung The VeryI Rev Leo Greullch of Syracuse N- YiroLlletal of Jhe Order Clilno- env lnttu IB il1 for ier alto 0 purpose do leered an eloquent dis course on the priesthood in which he said With the command of the Master to teach all nations ringing in their ears and the fires of Pentecost rest ling upon their heads Christs poor apostles started out to spread the gospel over all the earth For more theiraI successors have been perpetuating the work and today the church still Is sending her young priests to preach Christ crucified with the Holy spirit Infused into them through ordination From every tribe and nation under the sun and from every walk in life she Is recruiting the ranks The splendor and the glory of kings fade into nothingness before I Gods priesthood for the priests to stand in the court and the I sanctuary of the King of kings and Lord of lords and at his j command the great God of heaven and earth comes down upon the altar to be the food of the world and to dwell with us as He promised But with this awful power this Incomparable j dignity there is another side The deacon as he stands before the Bishop to receive the Holy Ghost through the imposition of hands hasI IIworldI I II I tirosI Masters voice and given all for 11IsI blessed service Father he is to be Indeed father to the poor and the orphan friend to those who have no other friend rebuker of the sinful and unjust guide of erring souls and trouo ble No night is too dark no storm too great no danger too threatening no disease too loathsome to keep him back when he has been called to tho bedside of the dying Disturbed from his sleep probably when his body Is racked with pain he hears some member of his flock or prob ably for ono whom he has never numbered as his ownis near to death Quickly he dresses steals into the silent and darkened church where the little lamp only is keeping watch before the tabernacle quick y taking the Prisoner of Love from his cell he hurries through the sleeping city with the precious burden That Is where the reality of our faith is shown The dying man who probe ably has forgotten God for many pours his sins and sorrows intofours of the priest only to lie comforted and assured that the Goof d love is ready and willing to for give all When the words of abso 1IUtion have been spoken he places the Viaticum on the parched lips and saved soul departs with Jesus1jthe mediator aa a pleader at the prlestslife torhimwith him as really as Iiewaa with eriff disciples on the road to Damas cus aAl tbf close of the maw the young priest officiated at benediction of th4 jnont blessed sacrament after which he imparted rtel blessing t the hundreds present Jn the after noon there was a receptionat the boats of MB father John Hodap the Well known barytone singer of Louis ville Father AntHonf tdbX kta course of G r studies in the school of the order at Syracuse N Y Trenton N J and Montreal Canada He will leave a IIn few weeks for Syracuse to be as WhilIinIet staying St Anthonys convent but visits his parents dally FIELD MEET Por Ben 1Ito1 the Catbollc Church League Sun day Afternoon I The big allstar game and field meet to be given by the Catholic Church Baseball League at Eclipse Park tomorow afternoon promises to be one of the most successful affair of Its kind ever held here Pat OConnor St Charles star second baseman will captain the Reds while Frank OHara manager of Hoi Trinity will lend the Blues Th lineup follows RedsHines or Gates c Schaa or Qrauel p Ohlle s s L HarrlI gan lb OConnor 2bDeekenSam Pontrich 1 f Lovett 01r 13b c f Ruf or Pfeffer r f Dlues Senn or Kaiser Co Brow- bold or R Harrigan p N Murphy OHare13b1 c f OKeefe or Eschman r fUmpire Steve Kane has volun teored his services for the game The field moot will start dm mediately after the ball game Th following events will bo decided Fastest to first circling the bat100 yard dash fungo hitting long distance throwing accurate throw Ing Two events that will bring u P a large amount of rivalry are tIle speed tests and the distance throw ling Pontrich Horn HInes Deeken Sheehan E T Mnttingly e extremeljfastning events ladIpitted against such stars as Loeffler Schaaf Fries and Deeken and iIIi thoIIten II- gameIprotpermanent organization and tHe AasoclaIlea enjoyable afternoon of good clean Interesting sport ENTHUSE llIifrwj l ill Are Trinity Council Menf f bers Over Mammoth Cave Excursion Robert Muhs presided over a big Mondaynightsent because of illness Committees arranging for the excursion to Mam moth Cave tomorrow aroused much enthusiasm when they reported every arrangement perfected and tthat the sale of tickets already assured a large and Jolly crowd for this Interesting and happy trip An nouncement was also made that there would be plenty to eat Valid refreshments on the train returning pleasingfeature forItheCompanya mostIwino will make this trip which 1 In likely to be the last of the season A number of applications for membership were received anti iIt lglnlUationtober The picnic committee was not prepared to make Its final report but was able to state that tho net profits would considerably In crease the treasury Commute were named to arrange for the fallt euchre and lotto party and tao winter series of dance social that have been so popular in the past UNIONISTS Willl TomorrowAttend Ves pers In St Patricks- Cathedral On Sunday evening September 1 the eve of Labor day all the labor unions and workingmen generally inf the archdiocese of Now York will attend vespers at St iPatrick8 Cathe dral in New York City at 8 oclock After vespers a sermon will be de livered by Right Rev MgrM J Lavelle rector of the Cathedral o The Rights and Duties of the Work Ingman Monsignor Lavelle i speaking of the Innovation said The church has always been protector of the laborer and it fIs hoped the members of the various organizations and workingmen gen erally will accept the invitation Cardinal Farley If his health per mits wlll speak Thes are signed by off care and representatives of n9arleall the great trades Unions of metropolis LABOR WAY EVENT The annual picnic of Unity Council Young Mens Institute in New Albany which will be held at Oren wood Park next Monday will be the chief Labor day event in New Alt banaad 1la expected that there Thocommittee In charge has arranged d for all sorts of attractions for the entertainment of the Crowd includ ing baseball bowling dancing I mute motion pictures and many other features 1 CAMPAIGN 0 Started by Democrats For Rous ing Majority in State 6f r Kentucky Scott Bullit For Campaign Head Popular Selection In Fifth District Passing of Beckham and His Man Friday Haly In Dente t tnt tic Party ROOSEVELT SFBENGTH A JOKE The appointment of County Attor oftheCampaignn totheas his popularity with Democrats of all fac tions is too well known for repetition here Mr Bullltt will endeavor to raise a campaign fund of 10000 by considersethat amount sufficient for campaign purposes in this district as the hope Jessly split condition of the Republl realPRepublicans are tickled to deatly that the Roosevelt Bull lfoose party Proeboasted tthe onlydthose can be figured as colored Re beithustheleaving theirstrength out of the remaining 4000 and a scattering vote of the Inde masktheir Index revengeThevlllo Herald has Just discovered two facts which were mentioned in these i thatOovcandidate for United States Senator and the other that the passing of ckham nsa tllMuckyH todroppedand other leaders who decline to support Beckham for the Senator ship with Beckham will go his man Friday Percy Haly who stood sponsor a for Dan OSullivans appointment as Prison Commissioner and who will be given a chance to exhibit his prowess as a successful politician without a powerful administration- to assist him by placing the distri bution of political pie In his hands So Its good bye to Beckham and Haly who were always a disturbing x KentuckyDemocrac bill or some other discordant note As the Democrats are assured of a walkover In this district in the com ing election several of the politicians are casting about for a soft place to land in the big August primary next year It is rumored that the r Mayoralty field will Include several starters among them being DrttBuschemeyer John Wakefield W JBaird Owen Tyler and Tax Receiver MlUIken Charles Cronan Dan Rus sell and Phil Igoe will probably try for Sheriff Pres Ray and Charles P Weaver are mentioned for County Clerk Joseph Timmons Edward Brennan and Joseph Flynn are rumored entries for County Assessor Over In the Police Court there is a regular harvest of candidates for Judge the present Judge Samuel Boldrlck James Reedy and Harry Il Robinson being discussed In the Prosecutors race Robert J Hagan Hunter Burke and the present in cumbent Harry Robinson are spoken of For Bailiff William G Harding the exSergeant detective is getting the call For Clerk of the court a battle royal is promised as the present Clerk larry Nehan Will Hollby Alf Oldham Ben Brum leve Squire Joseph Keyer and Carl Senning are looked on as sun jj entries while Tom OConnell is be ing mentioned as a dark horse Look for other announcements in the next few weeks HAPPY UNION willnbe witnessed by a large company of atnSt Josephs church next Wednesday leadato the altar Miss Mayme Nibbericb the attractive and accomplished daughter of Lawrence Nlbberlch the grocer at 1632 Lloyd street The groom 1s the son of Air and Mn James W Klnnarney and a valued member of tho Louisville police de theeA legion ot friends extend heartiest worthyoopple LEAVES WEDNESDAY SupretueDeleBatoelect trtninlHtuteWednesday for Santa Cruz Cal vrlllebo held Mr HeHHeesys selection at the Kentucky Grand Council wad bt 11 declamation and tMber of tkla Jurisdiction e nZNt assured that they will have aa able repr MiUtlT a In the Goldrftf State C o r I ttp I KENTUOKY XRJ8H AMERIOAN 1flMRiGfifti0 1 1 Atvete to the Social end M eral AdTanceaetaeBi ol Irish Aaerltaiic and Catfceilct Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CathoHc Knights ot America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY BC BuUr d at the LcaliVIH Poitotflc in Seeoad Clue HitUr L hut all CoanoiUttloai to IhrI KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oren St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 3119121 CATHOLIC FEDERATION For the benefit of those who do not know or are skeptical we presen t the following undisputed facts abou t the Catholic Federation with thi request that they paste them In their hatsIThe American Federation o l Catholic Societies is an organlzatioi 1I of the Catholics of the United State for the purpose of advancing their civil social and religious interests It is not a political organization andt does not control the political affiliation of Its members it asks no favors or privileges but openly proclaim what Is Just and fair its purpose Is to Impress Christian principles 01 the public mind to the end thatt these principles may become tha basis of all moral civil social and business dealings The alms of th Federation are religious and patri otic they are the interests of all th J American citizens and especlall thoso who believe in a Divine law giver and In the revelations of II Divine religion through the Christ EDITORS DID THINGS The venerable Father Cotter o l the Buffalo Catholic Union andI Times one of our ablest editors and writers certainly believes in the Catholic Press Association Hear him The convention of the Catholi Press Association in Louisville Ky was an undoubted success Per mauency has been given to the1 purposes of the association andit iI- x ISI no longer in the experimental periodI The years are lovingly regarded toI correct the faulty in all first beginnings and to add to the roll cat11 great names which will add more lustre to the galaxy of the association For ourselves we can trulyr say that the only grand gathering oft the year is the meeting with the kindred spirits whose names spelI 1I out this now and powerful organiza tion There frtheI greeting with our fellows in Journalism some ng a of the sympathetic to be met withI nowhere else Fellow feeling make t us wondrous kind and so the gath erlng at Louisville was a veritable eI love feast May the day be close when atone I band of brothers every editor of every Catholic paper will be Identified with our new and certalnl progressive movement INDORSE TIlE POST But they the Catholics areI dangerous to our public schools and to our evangelical religion So fa as we have been able to observe only one of our dally papers has protesterdI against this open attack upon public schools What is the hold oIt the Catholics upon the dally press We must not Jet ourselves become s0 excited over political fearsas tio neglect our duty to evangelize- Catholics as well as others The paper in question which the Baptist World refers to as protestini gainst the attack of Catholics on the public schools is the Evening Poht which stated that the Brot est nt Bible had been forced out of the public schools on account of Catholic protests When and in what schools is this the case Mr Knoft and why did the National Catholic Federation go on record as still protesting against Bible reading In the public schools POOR SERVICE rk I The Board of Trade now reports hat the Kentucky Irish American tated some time ago that the localI I oat Office is furnishing the Worsti service of any in the country InII comparison with cities the size of Louisville The gentleman in theI Louisville department are too busy promoting the Guardians of Liberty und playing politics to imprpve the mall service Th National Ice Cream Company has been warded the contract by 11the city Ion furnishing the City Hos a pital milk for nine cents a gallon I for the next six months Contrast this prlewlthwhat people pay for I r milk at their homes and there is good cause for linquiry asto theII reason for the wide difference price Certainly one or the other ads1 I being mulcted and it is safe to say Itvii not the City Hospital What say our milkmen who charge their customers nearly three times this price 7BuU1aonr paptrs arefflaklng much OTff th preoiwo Aooseyelt at the shyer ot11eOdoreJ J celebration of JUnr 7i tl- n Curran of Wllkesbarre one of the best known priests in Pennsylvania Father Curran has labored earnestly for the uplift of his people and has been most successful which explains why his jubilee celebration was one of the biggest over held in that sec I tlon of Pennsylvania The efforts of tho Evening Post to make political capital out of ths event are futile Candidates on the Ohio Republi can State ticket refuse to agree to the request of Harry M Daugherty Chairmen of the State Executive Committee that they run on a straight Republican ticket as de clared Taft men and decline to 1accept nominations on the Pro gressive ticket This points to a sweeping victory for Wilson and the Democratic ticket in the Buckeye1 eState I Congressmen Swagar Sherley ofI Louisville and John J Fitzgerald of New York are receiving praises from all parties and all sections ott I the country for their great work during the Congress Just closed I Through their efforts many good flaws were enacted and a saving of 30000000 made for the Govern oment I IThe alleged plan for the assassin I I I JohnsonIa j In Washington There should be a thorough investigation and no letup until punishment is meted out all1 connected with the dastardly scheme I England still protests against the Panama canal bill and threatens t appeal to The Hague tribunal for arbitration Our State department officials do not believe Great Britain can make out a case to carry before that tribunal IIEmperor William of Germany iis everagalnLinewsthatds Only a slight hoarseness betfay 1I I recent llness and the great anxiety I Concerning his health has disap peared- iII I The Republican County Commit Stee of Nassau where Theodore e I Roosevelt lives has Indorsed Presi dent Taft by a vote of thirtytwo toy four The Jury of the vicinage conveys cold comfort to the Bulli Moose I The Evening Post for Wilson andI Marshall in the Fifth district urges voters in the Eleventh to cast their ballots for the pull Moose candidateI for Congress This Is a fair samplel t Irof that papers consistency I i There are still many comments on t tho big Catholic federation parade and the prediction is freely mad beautyeI I will not be equaled for many to comeIi Parents owe it to their children to know that they receive a education This is a duty they owe God and the State and when j properly performed will bring a rich I IThe reward I I I schools open next week Parents who would give their children iI a Christian education need notl be told where to send them Our exchanges are teaming with praises for Louisville and the Ken tucky hospitality bestowed upon the Catholic Federation I I I i IJoin the toilers at Phoenix Hill Park next Monday and help them celebrate Labor day- NOTABLE WEDDING Mr and Mrs Patrick J Burke ot 1301 Highland avenue announce the marriage of their daughter Miss Alice M Burke to J F Jacques of Chicago Ill The ceremony took place in St Pauls Cathedral at St I Paul Mine last Monday and was I performed by the Most Rev Archbishop I John Ireland assisted by the Rev Father William Finley The attendants were Mlfs Mamie E Bren 1l nan of Louisville and Gt W Sliee han of Chicago NQWS of her mar riage will come as a surprise to the many friends of the bride who has been quite a favorite in her social tt- Nt CHURCH OF OUR YII The Sisters of Mercy who are I noted for their ability as tesiisars of chlldrerrili during the coming year have charge of the parochial school connected with the Church of par Lady In Portland of which Rev J J Cunnift Is the aealout pastor Qlawe will b formed and the school tossednextwek t JOHN ODONNELL AT THE WALNUT THEATER I I L The attraction at tho Walnut street Theater next week will be Rollicking Shannon a new Celtic play presented with excellent stage embellishments In regard to scenery and properties the scenes used being taken from the district of Killorney- t It will also introduce John ODon nell the young Irish actor and tenor singer as the jolly romping Irish lad with his heart full of love and song Mr ODonnell possesses a rich robust tenor voice which is heard to advantage in the old melo I songsItion The play Is said to offer him opportunities for the display of his special talent as a romantic actor It tells a patriotic story which is I rJI SOCIETY II I QIII oMime Viola and Estelle are visiting in Chicago A L Lynch of Lebanon was herI for several days this week R 0 Fitzgerald of Danville was a visitor here the first of the wee I John L Qiiinn of Bowling Green wcedI l fJp1Irn esare vistlng friends in Fairfield and Bloomfield Miss May Hayes spent last week in Cloverport visiting Mr and Airs Dan Phelps Miss Lula Fackler of the High Rude has gone to Rome Ind foran indefinite stay stases Marcella OConnor an- i Edith McDermott left Tuesday for a trip to Petoskey Misses Nellie B and Margaret C Hannan are visiting friends and rela lives in Indianapolis Miss Edith Newman has been vIe lUng at Bardstown the guest of her aunt Mrs Ben Talbott I Miss Catherine Corrigan left las week to spend a month with friends In Chicago and Michigan eMiss Margaret Kautt of the High lands will leave next week to resumes her studies at Nazareth Miss Mary Louise Murphy left Sunday for a twoweeks visit to rela ChicagonWilliam J OHearn and niece Miss McCrann of West Broadway spent Sunday at Mammoth Cave IMiss Ethel Peako has bedn spend ing the past week with her sister Mrs John Hagan in New Haven Mrs James Rellly and son Sam of Lagrange have been visiting the Charles Reilly family at Ludlbw IMiss Kathleen Reagan of Lexing ton is visiting her cousins the Misses Hannan in the Highlands Mrs Michael Welsh and baby vitiI Ited in New Hope last week the guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Cecil Judges Frank E Daughorty of Bardstown was here fora short visit and registered at the Seelbach Misses Corinne Lyons and BessI t Rogers are spending the weekend at Bloomfield the guests of Miss Maxie ordhara I Mrs P F Lally and son have returned to Paducah after spending a J few days with Mr and Mrs Thomas Hannan Misses Margaret and Anna Daley left Saturday to spend two weeks- visiting friends in Cincinnati and Covfngton Mrs Frank Hoffman has returned J to her home in Chicago after a two weeks visit to her mother Mrs K i C Costlgan i i9hanleyare home from ji visit to Atlantic City Mrs Anna HenderMh and Mies Nora Breenaban of Bowling Greta t were weekend fusels rKrt C i Ryan And XnS W MeDantel in utIJola1i1ko a = I always in evidence yet it is carried to its culmination In a comedy vein Heart Interest and intrigue are in troduced in a consistent manner and a company of excellence will appear in the difefrqnt characters Among them are Fannie Simpson Lisle Moran Bloodgood BHazbeth mar William T Sheehan Valdii Cole Dan Morris Sullivan C Davis Frank Boyle Frank Her som Vllllam Lowther George Mc Cleary and the champion piper of County Leltrlm Hugh McDougal Mr ODonnell will in his rich tenor voice render several numbers during tho action of the play and McDougal1 will be heard on his famous bag pipe The young actor is a native of Cincinnati and a St XavIer boy Miss Annie the Evening Post Is carJot vacation at Asheville NAC of Miss Kate FergusonVx M Mrs H Schwelters and daughter- h Mary Alma Schwelters left today for Petoskey and Northern points to spend several weeks Albert J Dleb td one of our popular letter camlers left Sunday to spend a two weeks vacation at gakMiss Anna Cla of Marlon Ohio vas here thlspasFweok as the oknl h F u ha pue i terHisses Lucille and Dorothy Hackett of Eastwood lost week enjoyed a pleasant visit to friends andI relatives In Now Albany I John J Crotty was one of the Kentuckians much sought this week In Gotham where ho was represent ing too John C Lewis Company II lIssdMary of Montgomery Ala are for a visit to their aunt Mrs 0 Kast Clara avenue in the Highlands Miss Maym Brennan of 1212 South Sixth street has returned from an extended tour through the West Northwest and Canadian Rockies I Miss Mary Clohesy of Lexington on her way home from Benton Hart bor Mich spent a few days visiting the Misses Everln of Third avenue Mrs Thomas Fitzpatrick West I Madison street lead as her guests the past week Mrs Stella Peyton andI daughter Alberta of Logansport End II Miss Anna Clary and her sister Mrs Martin McGinnlss left Thursday for Stewart Tenn where they willI I be the guests of their brother Joseph ClaryBaby I Mine Is now Jerry Dris colls favorite ditty a little girl arriving at 1202 Benton avenue the family residence Thursday afternoon Mr and Mrs Frank SlcGrath returned Wednesday from Atlantic City and other Eastern points where they had been visiting for the past ten days Mrs Edward P Farrington arrived last week from Chattanooga to spend a month with her parents Mr and Mrs John J Sullivan 1201 East Breckinrldgo street I Mrs Mary Leonard announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Jennie C Leonard to George A Klrchdorfer Jr The wedding will take place in September Mrs Sarah Sullivan of 2803 South Fourth avenue entertained last week as guests her sister Mrs Rebecca Dearinger of Indianapolis and Mrs L Julian of Springfield Maw Mrs R E Graves of Nashville la visiting her mother Mrs M J Walsh ot 1011 East Market street Mrs Graves is accompanied by Miss Mary Clare Breen also of Nashville Friends here have Just received tidings from Miss Julia Flynn and her niece bites Florence Barrett who are traveling through Ireland and report an enjoyable time in the little green isle across theoceaa Mr and Mrs E D Hannas and J family of Paducah motored to Loulavllle and after spending ten flays with their parents Mr and Mrs THorna HaJJn n 1320 Bardej town road returned Aome yens I much pleaeedw1th the trip J r n4MjP Crawler an- a 1i K WALNUt ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Sept I The Magnetic Actor and Singer iROLLICKINGi Hear Him Sing 0d and New Irish Singi II Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mati 50cii I EONTAINE FERR The Park Beautiful I XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE Daily Matinees including Sun day all seats SOc Night 10c and 20e Free Concerts By Natltllos Band MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS THE BIO PARK RIVERVIEWThe Open Day and Evening With a variety of amusement affording a huge treat to the thousands of men women and children of Louisville Free daily concerts by Don Phlllpplnl and his band of thirtyfive SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS i5oi On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Thiid street every seventyfive gbomeROUND TRIP ONLY 50c Universityt off Notre Dame Notre Dame Indiana HOMB INFLUENCE THOROUGH IN STRUCTIONFIVE COLLEGES Depart JlIstoryPoliticalBiology Chemistry Pharmacy Civil En gineering Mechanical Engineering Electri EngineringMining fromfCO a bust IAtSCJOOLJ Ict ST EDWARDS HAW for younger boys HBV JOHN CAVANAUGH eS D D Presid- entAScapular Medal Free Scapular medals have been au thorized by the church to be worn Instead of scapulars We will send you one free If you subscribe for the Child Apostle a slxtoon page chll drens monthly costing only twenty five cents yearly It is edited by ia priest especially for little ones and tilled with instructions short stories and pictures Stamps will do Ad dress The Child Apostle 1JM Me- Cormlck building Chicago iii CB THOMPSON FLORISl6TONLY ONE STORK Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE IBoth Telephones 1050 attentionLand nounce the marriage of their daugh ter Alice Lyle to Lieut D P Bran son of the Philippine Islands The ceremony was performed by the Rev Charles P Ratfo of St Charles Bor romeo church Tuesday morning The marriage of Miss Emily L McAteer and Hary R Downes was solemnized Saturday morning at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs John McAteer East Walnut street Mr and Mrs Downes left 1In the afternoon for a trip to Atlantic City and other points In the East lOne of the most delightful enter tainments ot the season was the watermelon cutting recently tendered her friends by Miss Sherrlll McCrann at her home 2435 West Broadway The yard surrounding the house was Illuminated with lanterns and pre sented a unique and pretty scene Her guests were Misses Frances Gleeson Margaret Higgins Helen Leonard Lucille Allen Dorothy and May Virginia Edelen Margaret Ethel and Dorthy VanBuskirk Mar gar t Henriott Thelma and Gladys Fisher Louise Fiho Beata Smith Mary Mactpsh Beilah and Clifton Hollls Inez Gleeson Kate Dalton Maymo Kelly Molly OHearn Messrs and Masters Alvin Price Clarence Wright Oarr King Charles Edelen Deforest Parrot Lealle Jarvis Raymond Parrot Armond Fisher John Conniff Raymond Van Buskirk George Allen Ralph Leonard Thomas Clines Dr and Mrs King Messrs and Mesdames Fisher Long P Gleeson Hollls VanBus kirk Higgins II Weber J Leonard- J McAtee Johnson J McCrann and W J OHewi CLOSES TODAY atCIrfmost pu eeMfttl BeMOM Trip to Mammoth cii1 SUNDAY SEPTEMBER1 1913 11550 Roped Trip Including Railroad Fare Dinner and Cave Fee 550 I Te1hstreetDepot I GIRLSi SCHOOLSH0 AT CUT PRICES IN OUR GRE- ATREMOVAL SALE NOW GOING ON BOSTON SHOE COD INCORPORATED BOSTON BUILDING 441443 FOURTHII THE LAST SALE AND THE VERY BEST ONE S1OOOFOR S2500 2000 AND 1800 SUITS We wont take time for description of these fabrics Come in and se- eCUNNING LEWIS BROTZGE N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON 1UDflKU1ftEvery t Professional Pbotograpbers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING fi 321 un feWJJt f IcaltrlHi TllTHERE IS A REASON FOR flTrnwfl- iPrse Minim The great popularity and demand for the celebr tcdfQUICK MEAL GAS RANGE fis due entirely to its great effici ericy durability and great saving k quality Sold on easy payments and connected fre- eGEKER J eSON i215 Market St near Second t NN rifibl The Last Dollar 1 3 f JJThat you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank tp bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR I f thofl I Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m 1WM ilii rM Wf J A Mgr IMANtfOH J- RYPres asdTreas I ISetary Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCOprqRAT- EDMJSUPAGTUREHS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways Offlii 521 WutMirsMStrtit WlIks Mesh Aye Ietrth slid lothii TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 122 o Ji f II I I geNXUO tISH A1tIERIOANt un f ii NOW t c FOR GAS STOVES LOUISVILLE GAS CO At AWNINQSAND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for saic or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates clteerully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Cot BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST I BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE IH McKenna M Distiller Fairfield Ib D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT a DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT g Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calla Answered Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREETit + II st44iI + + t + + Ittt+ It tit + 444UttttI + ttttiti+ L 9- M ran yv rSfflillirs Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East M a31n S1reet A TRIAL WILL PROVE WHERE OTHERS FAILED THAT KampfmuellersE RHEllflTIG Remedy Is the BEST and SUREST rheumatic remedy on the market It is recommended by PHYSICIANS and praised by thousands For sale at all uptodate drug stores Did It Ever Strike Your That For 15 Years We Have Made Old Hats Like New National Hat Cleaning Works CON J KOLB Prop PANAMA AHD STRAWS CLEANED and BLEACHED Home Phone 5161 533 West Market Street alve jour toy MI education that will prepare tfem for life ST XAVIERS COLLEQfc f 113 W Broaaway LonlivlU Xjr Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother Classical Scientific and Business LargeBwlmmtngSlUM Term Moderate Bro James Dir HERRMANN BROS IM7ORTKSS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS JJtatlllera and Wbolwsle Deal ente Finest Brands of Ken txeky WblcktM especially Pearl of Nelson n BOTTLED Itf BOND tofutMim 2SHm TAuT n O o I j THOMAS KEENAN Funiral Director ant Eiballlir TELEPHONE 365 ill elks promptly attended to day or sight Carrtage amUhed for aU oeealouti 1225 W MARKET ST HBOSSE Funeral SONs and Embalmers 110tFZ HR AyJtNLTE- T L bae10Z21 I L HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past 1VeekOeneral- News Notes Fully 1000 visitors attended th Iowa State convention held at Ceda- Rapids New York State has suffered loss of seventeen divisions and 838 members during the past two years A feature of the Wisconsin Stqt convention at Milwaukee this week was the initiation of a class of ninety Hibernians in Ireland are elate over National President Regans let t ter to John Redmond and the Nationalist party About 300 delegates attended the Wisconsin State convention repro seating a largely increased member ship during the last two years The annual field day and athletic tournament of the Ancient Order of Hibernians attracted thousands apollsHibernians the State Fair grounds at toIi of Pueblo gave Rev Father Wolohan a hearty greeting upon his return from Chicago State elected convention him delegate to the andII Division 2 meets Wednesday night for the purpose of electing its representatives to the State convention President Ford says It Is important that all members be present Fort Wayne Hibernians held their annual Irish day celebration Thurs day when all those of Irish extraction in that section of Hooslerdom attended and crowned the day with successMonday night Division 3 will meet and name delegates and alternates to the State convention As their was but one meeting this month there will be quite an amount of business to transact Wednesday night there will be large meeting of the Ladies Aux mary The programme for the State convention will be made known anti also the arrangements for the Initiation and banquet President Cusick calls upon every member of Division 1 to attend the meeting Tuesday night Delegates and alternates to the State conven tion will be chosen and questions presented that are of deep interest Miss Fannie Kennedy will head a large theater party of members of the Ladles Auxiliary to see John ODonnell In Rollicking Shannon at the Walnutstreet Theater next Monday night They will occupy at least two rows of seat- sUNYERIFIED Rumors ThatAnother Americans to Be Made Cardinal Thursdays Associated Press dis patches bring Intelligence that the fopeJaahputio nrphte a mere American Cardinal who Is to reside In Rome according to a special dls patch received In Paris The American Cardinal will occupy a similar position to that of the prelates rep resenting France and Spain In Rome It Is also stated that the Pope will later create a Cardinal in Central America probably Mexico Nothing In the foregoing however has been verified from any source Catholics deem authentic MOURN TIER DEATH A Vide circle of relatives and friends mourn the death of Mrsjj Mary Krippenstapel widow of the I late George Krippenstapel which j occurred Saturday morning after an 1 1 illneesof only five days duration Mrs Krippenstapel was prominent In church musical circles and was a I member of the chorus that sang at the Armory during the convention of the Federation of Catholic Socie ties She sang there Monday nght but the next day she became ill and Friday morning her condition be came so grave that she was sent to St Anthonys Hospital where she died When her husband died Mrs Kripepnstapel took up his work as editor and publisher of the German town News and she was remarkably successful She is survived by six children Arthur Sylvester Al berths Alma Marcella and Paul I Krippenstapel two sisters Mrs I George Twlckler and Mrs William Wempe and one brother Henry Holtmari Her funeral took place Monday morning from St Vincent de Pauls church of which she had 4 long been a faithful member For the bereaved children and relatives the most sincere sympathy Is ex pressed i TAKES LOVELY BRIDE i The wedding of Miss Bertha Rapp 1 to Theodore B Stolz of Paris Ill was solemnized Wednesday morning at the Church of St Frances ot Rome the Rev Father Jerome A Rapp brother of the bride officiating The bride wore a gown of white French I voile made with a court train and trimmed with pearls and crystals Her tulle yell was held In place with a spray of orange blossoms and she I carried a prayer book Miss Eva t Llebel the maid of honor wore blue French voile and carried the brides i roses Miss Llllle Mae French the bridesmaid word a gown of pink I French voile and carried pink roses Carl Waller of Paris Ill a cousin 1 of tho bride and groom was best I man After the ceremony a recep tlon was held at the Jiome of the brides parents Mr and MrsH T 1 Rapp Mr and Mrs Stolz will make I Paris their future home jI ENTERPRISE CLUB EUOJrnEIj glven1underI Club next Monday afternoon and evening atSt Charles sehsol hall 1 Twentyseventh and Chestnut Btreeta Thin popular cl1iblrellutaiJj tion u an entertainer la an advance I guarantee of an enjoyable afternoon I and evening for those boatteadl Oames jtttl be called t3 and 81 oclock iv I J c MONUMENTS Having purchased the enll stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company thersame to parties wishing to 1 a im prove their cemetery lots at veryif low prices ryarerooms 318320 West Green St L j 1Hew Muldoon Monument Go i Homs Phone 5687 Cumb Mien 567 HENRY FUCHS FLORIST I j Store 560 Fourth Avenue i IOPPOSITEPOSTOFF1CE Streets I SEE iff I t I leiierFORIPicnic Banners anaShow Cards 126 S FOURTH AVENUE Opposite Vienna Bakerycc I WE FURNISH WALl PAPER AND HAND ISFOOT ROOM SIDES AND CEILING FOR I 350GULLEY WALL PAPER STORE Seventh and Oak Sts Dumb S 2692A Home 6225 HEIRT JUI i PPULSU I DYER ANDl CLEANER r r t ladies udGuti Wearing ApnnlII 7 WORKTUARANTE D Phoaiabjg 528 Fifth Strut J CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated I N W Cor Third and Oreen Sts We furnish the home c m plete oa easy payme1bI WM CALLAOHAN Mir Slice uepi FEDERATION PARADE PICTURES S The Royal Photo View Company 309 West Market street the official1 photographers of the recent Catholic Federation convention has placed o view the most complete set of plci tunes ever made of any public even In this city and they are attracting much attention They number over 200 pictures and include all the floatc and societies In the great par ade the Catholic Press Association Ii the Federation officers delegates and visitors the banquets and every phase of the great Catholic gather Ing The work is high class and a copiesAnyi Invited to call and see the entire number CONVENTION DELEGATES At the regular meeting of Division A O H Monday evening In Ber trand Hall the following wornI chosen as delegates to the State coni ventlon which will be held at the I Gall House on September 9 and 101S J McElllott and FT Mbone y t representing President John Hen nessy and Financial Secretary TTLangan who are County Board offs t cers Thomas Lynch John J BarryII and Thomas Downey The following wore chosen as alternates Tames Curran Thomas Callahan M J Me ThomaFdrrelle B next meeting of the division on Sunday evening September 8 at 8 oclock on account of the regular meeting date being In conflict with I I theState convention I t ADDITION TO AOADEMY J preparatodepartment ry emy grown of late that the Sisters e 1 eniargandventilated room has been added for I the seventh and eighth grades The Sisterjj I opening of the school year next week i I CONSECRATION I I ReMonsignorv General of the archdiocese and per i raanent rector of Our Mfttker o Sorrows church as Titular Arcbishop e pl Petedr rQ 0- fr n SKNIUHTS OP COLUMUUS Late News That Will Interest reMembers Here and Else where r The Institution of a new council will take place tomorrow at Ontario Ore The Knights of Kenosha Wls have Increased their building fund capital stuck from 25000 toe 50000 The magnificent club house of the Dubuque Knights one of the finest of its kind in the West Is almost ready Last for occupancyII Council at Fern Grove was largely attended and greatly enjoyed by members and their friends Colorado Democrats want State Deputy W M Purcell who Is also Master of the Fourth degree to be GovernorI I day a great parade military and naval and civic in which it Is expected the Knights will have 50000 men in- line New Albany Council gave a pleas ant outing Thursday afternoon and evening with the children of the parochial schools as their guests There were all sorts of amusements the little ones and a euchre and Ifor for their elders j The biggest celebration of Colum bus day that Boston has yet seen is planned for October 12 when It is proposed to have a great aggregation of singing societies on Boston Com mon to sing the national songs of the various peoples that have built up this nation BOWLING GREEN Convent and School Build ings BlessedWith Great Ceremony The convent and school buildings on Church street Bowling Green ad joining St Josephs Catholic church were dedicated Thursday morning by Bishop ODonaghue of Louisville who made an adress on Education Father T J Hayes rector of St Jo sephs church entertained the vlslt ors at the rectory In the evening an entertainment was given In the new school hall and a programme of music and addresses delivered Father Raffo of Louisville was to have made the principal address but on account of Illness could not be present Short addresses were made by Fathers John OConnor of Bards town Dr J N McCormack Secre HealthIWestern Kentucky State Normal School and Col R F Dulaney Among the churchmen who attended the exercises were Bishop ODonag Ihle and fathers PlB Monaghan J12 Cronin T Y1lY hitsi l Melody of Louisville rdhn OConnor and C J OConnell of Bardstown Hugh Daly of ElIzabethtown J A Hogarty of Lebanon Edward J Lynch of Henderson and J N Dre vllle of Russellvllle as well as sev eral professors from St Marys CollegeSURE ENOUGH THIP Louis L Welssgerber and wife have just returned home after an extended trip to Chicago Milwaukee and other Interesting points along the Great Lakes Louis is cashier of the Frank Fehr Brewing Company and very prominent in Louisville In order to appreciate how he enjoyed his trip one must hear him tell of It He said of course Chicago is known as the Windy Citywell the wind certainly blows fast but a ball Chicagonwas some fast playing And then again Louis witnessed a motorcycle- t race in which they were doing some lust riding but the best of all was on one evening while taking a stroll he happened to spy an illuminated pin hanging over the sidewalk He could not resist the temptation had to go in and bowl a few games and talk about fast things Those alleys had the motorcycles beat a block it Just seemed as though the pins and ball would meet In the center j e of the ahoynine straight trlklsIi He said know how It bap pened because I didnt Introduce myself to the pins as a Kentuckian never carry a gun but they all fell to me I am sorry It was not near Thanksgiving day or I would haveII brought home a turkey And say everythingGerman everytimethey always remarked Sic slnd auch eln Deutcher Naturally I Just said beertowncounts Mr and Mrs Weissgerber certainly enjoyed themselves PUItDING FINE COLLEGE Work on the first of the magnffl cent group pf now buildings to be erected for St Martins College at Lacey Wash will commence next announcementby thetotalwillbeSUPERB MODERN SCHOOL September 2 there will be opened AngelaIstructure which has Just been com plated at a cost Including Its fur nishlngs of more than 200000 and one that will offer facilities for 175 boarding pupils and 326 day pupils IUVE OLD MAN T Sullivan of Williams Bay- r Wis is the oldet Irishman In the yearsf orhthe Celtic American Societies dam mbe rer t1 t iIj l RANK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING GO I Brewers and Bottlers ILOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- s Ieveryolie SENNACKERMANBREWING INOOBPOHATBD LOUISVILLE HY 4 JOHN E PRANK WALTERS 1 Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPIIONE 209 LOUISVILLE d 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 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Li- ghtJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATIIOBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERa 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 191 LOUIS VI ULK Cl t Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 el THE WIEDEMANNtiINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity 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valuable iinformationf are contained in au attractive booklet which wilt be sent free upon request JItyou have any trouble getting MOLESOFF send one dOllar direct to the undersigned rOne hundred dollars IB gold will be paid to the party maUlagtouiaC picture of themselves before and after using MOLESOFF the pictures ot D apcepted and peed byes for advertising MOLESOFF One mil Mon people will see your pteture with and without an ugly growth on- o nyearpersonFLORIDA DISTRIBUTING CO Dept A 2Q Ponsacola Florida tl n L- Io u THE MAGNETIC ACTOR AND TENOR SINGER JOHN ODONNELL In Soul Stirring Patriotic Play ROLLICKING IA OLDSONGSTHE ST XAVIERS Will Commence Its Forty Eighth Year Next Tuesday St Xaviers College will corn mence Its fortyeighth annual session next Tuesday September 3 when holy mass will be celebrated In the college chapel by the Very Rev Louis G Deppen Little needs be said of the admirable work of this institution For almost halt a century St Xaviers College has been carrying on its splendid and noble work of educating boys and young men and fitting them for life s duties She counts among her alumni priests lawyers physicians and merchants men of worth capac- Ity and usefulness who leave their Impress upon everyday life The Xaverian Brothers who con duct the institution are men whose lives are consecrated to the upbuild ing of youth Their whole time 1is devoted to the welfare of their students That they keep abreast of the times is evinced by the fact tha hel graduates are sought by the prominenjt business houses of our IIy and by the creditable distinc dons attained by her students who enter the universities The courses offered by the college are the classical the scientific and the advanced English and business course The business course Is com prehensive and modern and em braces besfdes bookkeeping short hand typewriting and kindred subjects a full course In English the higher mathematics and physical sciences thus giving the student the knowledge and acumen which wilt enable him to advance in the com mercial world While the mental and moral train- Ing of the students Is the chief de sign of the college the physical development Is not neglected For this purpose an experienced instruc tor is employed to conduct the classes in the gymnasium a room 120x28 feet completely equipped with excellent and suitable appar atus Aside from this is a swimming n with ntcnpaclty1f 3000 gallons Shower baths lockers etc are also provided By the Catholic- of Louisville and vicinity the exist ence of such an institution cannot be overestimated as it affords them the opportunity of giving their sons a liberal and Christian education an At the same time their parental care and guidance ICATHOMC BASEBALL LEAGUE The St Charles team by defeatln- St d Anthony last Sunday its hold on the pennant in the Catholic Baseball League while St Will lam in losing to St Louis Bertrand imperiled their hold on second nlace Holy Cross continued in the tight for a top position by defeatia- Cack Barretts St Brlglds colts an Holy Trinity had easy sailing with the St Martin club The schedul- for tomorrow 1Is as follows St Will lam vs Holy Cross St Charles vs St Martin at Shawnee Park St Louis Bertrand vs St Anthony at Spring Bank Park and St Brigs vs Holy Trinity at New Albany The standing to date Clubs W L PctI St Qharles 15 2 88 St William 11 7 61 Holy Cross 10 8 656 St Louis Bertrand 9 8 529 St Louis Bertrand 10 8 556 St Brigld 512 294 St Martin 1 17 56 OUTING AND PICNIC A All preliminary preparations have been completed for the allday old fashioned country picnic for tho benefit of Father Thomas Whlt s church in Clifton which takes place next Monday September 2 This picnic will be given on the big and shady lawn at the country residence of Mr and Mrs Charles F Breckel at St Matthews Excellent home cooked meals will be served on the grounds for dinner and supper and therefore no baskets will be required There will be euchre and lotto in the afternoon and dancing In the evening and a number of other amusements The public Is malted and for their convenience wagons will meet the cars at the end of the Crescent Hill line Thickly carpeted with grass the handsome lawn is shaded by a score of mag nificent forest trees This will be found a really pleasant place to spend Labor day- IIIVERVIEW OFFERINGS Large crowds continue to take advantage of the cooling breezes the pleasant walks and the variety of amusements afforded at Riverview Park The swimming pool which 10 large enough to accomodate all who care for a dip the dance pavlloa with its Ideal location sod the sure of Prof Henry Schoeaa music the scenic railway the doctor joyride the shootthechutM and the merry goround with Jts Jumping horses are rivals iifor honors among the parks visitors A free openair attraction is presented every after noon and evening in the original jubilee minstrels and oakewalkerg I who are heard In Bon thtrn planta tion melodlae and seen la buokand wlnj1 dUtar i- U dI CUSCADEN GIVES Green Trade Stamps With Family Orders For ICE CREAMPHONES 518AND 584 Factory 309311 S Second Streett FOR- t Furniture Of 411 Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to K WM F1 MAYER I 419 W MARKET ST H I SOCIETY DIRECTORYI a o s- TQ4T ci sWeetJat Falls City Hall a Firet and Third Tuesday President = Martin J Cusick Vice President Charles J Flnne gun- d Recording SecretaryAnthony Tompkins Financial SecretaryJoseph Far 1 roll Financial Secretary Jos E Farrell 1808 West Market LawlerdSentinel Henry McDermott DIVISION 3 sleets first and third Wednesdays Odd Follows Hall Sixth and Wal nutetreetedPresidentCon J Ford SullivaneTreasurerJames Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel CKeefe Financial Secretary John J Keauey 1607 Dumesa- lLSergeantatArmsJ Charles Obst SentinelEdward Brennan 2DIVISION I Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President J M Maloney Recording Secretary Thos Stev ens SecretaryIoh1GHesalo1i1 TreasurerD J Doughert- ySergeantatArmsrJames Stevtns Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertratfd Hall Sixth eet- PresidentJohn H Henneeey Vice President Thomas1 Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn J Bar ry Financial Secretary Thomas J Langan 807 West Oa- kTreasurerThomas Downey SergeantatArmsJohn Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott ST M I MAOKIN COUNCIL 285 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North TwentyBirth PresidentFrank G Adams First VIee PresidentA O Link Record Vice PresidentWilliam- alha Financial SecretaryWm LinkIRecording Secretary Robert OS bora Corresponding Secretary George J LsidtsTreaourerRobert I T Burkett RohnlerIaaldd Aadrlpt I taille Beafelitf Jbflepa HlgsJa SISTERS TAKE jaiThe Sinters of Mercy 1172 Bast Broadway wilt have chL ge9fItAloyslui paraealal school this year 1 There has been a steady growth la Father OGrailys parisk during tkit past year and In consequence the lariat aphoo attendance yet recorded la looked for fetel year fJ r APPRECIATION PaldStBcnedlctsColleKe by a NonCatholic JournalI The Kentucky Irish American would call attention of parents to St Benedicts Academy and the follow- Ing appreciation from the Atchlson GlobeSt Benedicts College in Atchison Kas is among the pioneer Institutions of higher learning in the State having had Its beginning fiftyfour years ago at Donlphan then regarded as a promising Kansas town But it was soon apparent that Atchison was to leave Donlphan behind and the college was moved here in 1859 There wasnt n great deal to move at that time But since coming here the college has grown with the years and it is stllljjrowlng The administration building Is as good as skill and money can make it fireproof throughout and modern and sanitary In every particular This building however is but one of eight new buildings which the college contemplates erecting in the near future All told these building plans repre sent an outlay of upward of a mill ion dollars and will give the school additional room which is about all the college needs The site is comandlng bluff overlooking the Missouri river as far as eye can see up and down and a wonderful par- orama of fertile valley wooded hf and rolling prairie country which tis a scene to delight the eye of poet o landscape painter and which non e other can fittingly describe and even these must fall something short the pleasing reality IBut St Benedicts is entitled t distinction for other things than th honor wTilch comes with the years rheBenedictineInstitution are educators in all tile I higherIi stooltSed dictininstructors e malbethat they have learned that subMp thaJfrom printed lore or laboratory experiment which makes men out of boys No higher tribute need be paid to any educational institution and we doubt If fqundThe St Bene- dicts College will be found f another column I FIREMAN BADLY INJURED r While exercising horses Monday morning William Murphy drive- for the No 2 hook and ladder company was badly hurt and may b off duty for some time Y riding one horse and leadln Jthe other when they became frightened by a piece of paper and ran away HesWas thrown to the ground stirrupThe erable distance and probably would EmmettIoorerescue He was carried to the fire wafounds rib serious bruises and probably in ternal Injuries The injured man was removed to the City Hospital He lives at 336 North Twentysec ond street with his father a member of the police department TOLEDO TODAY Manager Jack Hayden and his Colonels will begin a four game series all Toledo today and from there go to Indianapolis for the returnIng ColumbusSaturd e exception of a short trip to othemajority of fans here believe that a change at third base for an experi Improvethe diamood entirely while the rest of the Infield theAssociation GOOD WEEK anothergood weekAcmeover the country are on the pro fromtbbband concerts will continue with andbesidesspecial features t Ii CONGRATULATIONS I iA hearty greeting awaits Council nisi Charles Jr Flnegan and James P Barry at the meeting of Division next Tuesday night The Stork was a recent visitor and left a girl and boy at their respective homes and their Hibernian friends propose tot this opportunity ot extending oongrktulationi o j 4 t 1 a I FREEFOR 50 RED AND WHITE LABELS OFF ROSA BREADUNION MADE You can get a Silver Tea SpoonRodgers Bros Make BAKED IN A NEW AND SANITARY BAKERY BY UNION BAKERS NEW YORK BAKING CO OPENS SEPTEMBER 10 ST BENEDICTS COLLEGE ATOHISON KANSAS The Leading Catholic Educational Institution ConductedeCoursesPreparatory Academic Collegiate and Business LocationItcatalogeACADEMYeFOUNDED IN J8J2 LORETTO MARION CO KENTUCKY Conducted by the Sisters of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross Chartoing location healthful environment A high standard maintained for one hundred years in cultured educati nand discipline Special attention to music art languages rta i d j p r pTI y fmRECTR 1 1 FAtt 1E tYr ofNerinxPO Ky Academy of the Sacred Heart CRESCENT HILL LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY CONDUCTED BY 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