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Digital page images are linked to the text file. de i ri E IUCKY IRISHwtI IIVOLUME XXlXNO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1912 PRICE FIVE CENjSSill i HIBERNIANS IloldGrnBiennial Convention Here will piicir With Solemn High Mass Monday at St Patricks Reception Ball anti Banquet For Entertainment off VisitorsE- SSiONSfWILLS COYER TWO DAYS The Ancient Order of Hibernians the oldest fraternal Catholic organi zation In existence and with tho largest membership of one nationality and faith the world has ever known will convene in this city In biennial convention Monday morn- Ing the business sessions covering two days For several months past the four local divisions and the Ladles Auxiliary have been prepar ing for this event with the result that a programme has been prepared that will surpass any in the history of the order in this State From as surances already received the con vention will bring about 500 delegates and visitors to Louisville Final arrangements for the con vention were completed at a meeting ot the County Board held Thursday night at Bertrand Hall when President Thomas Dolan appointed a number of members to act as a reception committee and meet the Incoming State officers delegates and visitors at the depots tomorrow morning After attending mass and registering at the Galt House they will be escorted to Nelllgans Hall Nineteenth and Portland avenue where open house will bo kept for all members of the order with a social session where they may become acquainted Monday morning the Hibernians and their friends will assemble at St Patricks church where the solemn high mass that precedes the business sessions of the convention will be celebrated by the pastor the Rev J P Cronin V G who Is County Chaplain of the order It was ex pected to have present the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue tho State Chap hilri bu bhismanifolddutiesYreiqte v tsftblS1 fiI a stanch friend of the A O H and will welcome them to the city and preach the sermon Following the mass the conven tion win be called to order in the convention hall of the Galt House by State President Donnelly After the appointment of committees there will be an adjournment for dinner and In the afternoon the real work of the convention will begin In the eveping at the Galt House there will be a grand ball anij reception in honor of the visitors to which all members of the order and their friends are invited This should prove a largely attended and pleas ant event where young and old former members and their successors may have a happy reunion Tuesday will be devoted ex elusively to business concluding with tho election and installation of officers The election of State Presi dent Is exciting considerable in- terjest the prevailing sentiment being the time has arrived to place a wire In that Important posi The convention will close day night with n banquet at the House when covers will be laid for several hundred County Presi dent Dolan will preside as toast master and with him are expected to be a number of the local clergy in cluding Fathers Cronin of St Pat ricks OSulllvan of St Louis Ber trands and George Connor of St Williams who are chaplains of local divisions There will be a number of toasts responded to by Thomas Walsh W P McDonogh Rev George M Connor and Lawrence J Mackey to be followed by im promptu remarks by others Simultaneously with the divisions the Ladies Auxiliary will hold a convention in the Galt House parlors and for their guests will have a special programme of entertain ment Delegates and visitors are expected in large numbers from New port Covington Ashland Paris and other cities and for all there will be a hearty welcome Mrs James D Bennett of this city is State President of the Ladles Auxiliary and under her administration the order has en joyed a steady growth increasing in strength and influence wherever the organization exists Mrs Bennett will preside over the deliberations ot the ladles who are sure to be grati fied when her report is submitted APPOINTS A CATHOLIC After many weeks during which there has been considerable sur mise and speculation as to who the successor of the late Justice John J HcDonough would be Gov TOM sent to the Executive Council the name of Edward F Hanify of Fall River 1a8l8 Judge of the Second Die trict Court of Bristol Judge Hanjfy Rae born in Tall Rives In 1881 He is a graduate of Holy Cross College and HarvardLaw School His tint practice as a lawyer was taken up IB the office of Thomas F Higgins r now Mayof and heiraaoonaditrtt tea to partnership under the firm Jo rR z I 4I name of Higgins Hanify This partnership was only dfssolved when Mayor Higgins selected him as City Solicitor The appointee is married and Is devoted to his home his books and his profession WILLIAM J CONNELLY State Secretary of Ancient Order of Hibernians GENEROUS Support For County Board andlrilbernlafn State- Convention Division 1 showed the real Hibernian spirit Tuesday night when the large number present by unanimous vote authorized President Martin Cusick and the officers to draw on the treasury for any sum necessary for the proper entertainment of the State convention that meets in this city next Monday The members were urged to bring their friends to the reception and ball oil Monday evening and to the banquet the fol lowing night both at the Galt House President Cusick reported for the County Board and County President Dolan outlined the programme for next week Thomas Tarpey spoke for tho State and County Boards and made suggestions that met with unanimous approval especially that Instructing the delegates from Divis ion 1 to place the County President In nomination for the State Presi dency One application was filed and Matthew Clare was elected to mem bership Walter Cuslck James KI1 kelly Thomas Tarpey John Keane nJitU e glri p alternate delegates to the State con vention The report of the Visiting Committee that no member was on the sick list was the cause for good feeling THOMAS JjAWLER Member Hibernian Entertainment Committee FINE WOMAN DIES Her numerous friends in Louisville and Kentucky and Tennessee learned with the deepest regret of the death of Mrs Emma Bundschu widow of the late F L Bundschu which sad event occurred Saturday evening at the residence of her daughter Mrs David B Garvey 2319 West Main street Two months before she contracted a severe cold and all the care and attention that medical aid could bestow was given her but it proved unavailing Mrs Bundschu was born In Germany seventyseven years ago coming to America when ten years old She is survived by four sons Capt Frank A Bundschu of the Louisville fire department Christ A Bundschu of Chattanooga Tenn Edward F Bundschu of Knoxvllle Tenn and Philip Bund schu connected with the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company of this city Two daughters Sirs Ralph Bloom ot Detroit Mich and Mrs D B Garvey also survive Mrs Bundschu possessed excellent traits of character and a commanding personal appearance ShewaS affable courteous and charitable a devout Catholic exemplary wife and mother and beloved by all who knew her The immense con course of people who attended the funeral at St Anthonys church was evidence of the esteem she was held In HIS BROTHER ILL Rev Father Drury was called away from Loretto last week because of the serious llUess of his brother Father James C P of the Sacred Heart Retreat this city IB taking his place during his abeeuee C- Ia i C DEMOCRATS Should Prepare For Government Positions Through Civil Service Another Post Office Employe and Enemy of Catholics Goes Wrong Roosevelt Strength Now Composed Entirely of lilowmill Bluster DEMOCRATS ALL ENTHUSIASTIC Another chapter was added to the series of Incompetenclea pertaining to the management of the local Post Office when on Wednesday Edgar Miller a carrier was arrested on tho charge of rifling letters being caught in the act of taking money from a decoy letter Miller was arrested by Postoffice Inspector William 0 Ela of the Cincinnati division and when taken before United States Commissioner Henry C Cansin was held to answer before the Federal grand Jury In the sum of 300 bond Abe Field a Postoflce clerk becom ing his surety Miller is the samo gentleman who presided over the Roosevelt meeting at Pfelsters Hall recently and has taken quite a lively interest in Republican politics tho last several years serving as election officer In 1910 electioneering out side the polls with a big Republican badge on last November and never seeming to fear being called by his superiors for a violation of the civil service regulations In addition to his political activities Miller has been an Industrious promoter of the Guardians of Liberty and was very I outspoken in his denunciation of Catholic employee of the Govern ment It is presumed that this lib ertyloving citizen will be aided by his local A P A fellows who can see no wrong in rifling mall but heartily oppose any fair treatment CatholicsThe of ODonnell ofII suicide of a clerk who was short covering up of another defalcation and the finding of the Board of Trade Committee that we are getting Incompetent postal servlyo all em phasize the contention ln these Col radicaleliaag i elecI line should take a civil examination In preparation for that end as in all probability the civil service list comIposedG O P The Democratic headquarters in I the Tyler Hotel are being visitedII dtflly by hundreds of Democrats from all over the State and Judging from their enthusiasm and confidence the National Democratic ticket will receive a majority even In excess of that of Gov McCrearys of last November Traveling men report the same enthusiasm among Democrats from all parts of the United States and a Democratic President seems to be a surety by one of the largest majorities In the Electoral College In years No sane person for a minute believes that Roosevelt and his bluster will cut any figure in the closeIncsSHouse of Representatives being the I remotest posslbllty Well posted political critics hardly concede a State in the Union to the Progressive I party and It is predicted they will run behind the Prohibitionists and Socialists RABBI Repudiates Guardians of Liberty and Their Cause The Guardians of Liberty are be Ing found out and repudiated Rabbi Joseph Silverman whom they named 1 as favoring this latest aggregation ofIj I bigots writes Cardinal Gibbons thatII the use of his name was unauthorized and further declares that he has neither affiliation nor sympathy with them Here Is his letter My Dear Cardinal My attention has been called to the use of my name in public print as a member and officer of the Guardians of Lib tOlltatetoI use of my name was without iny knowledge or sanction I am In noII way affiliated with the Guardians of Liberty and am not responsible for any of its acts and have no sym pathy with the campaign it is wag- Ing If you think well of It I trust you will instruct your secretary to communicate the contents of this letter to the Catholic press in order repoJtthatmayhaVeb no Jew is associated with the Guardians of Liberty and I do not anyfollowersgreat esteem Yours sincerely StlvermanRabbiatee the unwarranted use of his name by the Guardians of Liberty 1 Is rabbi of Temple Emmanuel holds a teasing portion in New +York anti tl 0 JJ in n throughout tho coinCry and enjoys International refute among his Hebrew brethren pahavb no doubt that in this matte hi represents the general attitude oikls people IRISH SIGHT tt Will Prove tilt lHg Event at the Kciitilcky State FI iIWI Will IJca SicTalililuiuliiationi anti Classical Celtic Mule j m Amusing and MyHtqrlous Part For Well Knpvm Young People COL WHALLENf IN FIREWORKS The Kentucky JState Fair opens Monday and everyj exertion has been put forth by SecretaVy Dent and the managers to mak it the most at tractive exhibition in the history of the institution if Is conceded by all that this State Fair will surpass in magnitude and attractiveness any other held in this section of country Each day and night will have its special features but It Is expected that IrishAmerlcarir night set for next Wednesday will be the biggest event connected with the fair Col William J OHearri is Chairman Frank McGrath is Treasurer and James Greene Councilman Thomas Dolan and William M Higgins are the other members ql the committee charge that night Arrangements Iin been made with Secretary Dent a special illumination with green lights and tirea 11 Signor Liberattls band will repdetf a selected pro gramme of Iris music The committee has also arranged with the fireworks people for a large set piece similar to thallSfJa thelamented Patrick BapnonjBSgwn some years WhanenIand Secretary aye on the Colonaltao been lending his best effortdiiBd assisting the committee In plJjSbife features to take plate In csJ geMriiWith this night One tli II attract wide oM si- camusemen will be ufriishedby the young people whose pictures are partially given in this issue The other parts will appear In the daily papers All may be put together and used for the purpose of Identifica tionFirst two of Louisvilles most beautiful girls have been selected and two local young men and It Is this quartette that local folks must go on a still hunt for Identification of any one of the four means money to the finder as there have been cer tain amounts of gold money offered for the successful ones Photographs of the two young men and women will be published In the local papers These will be for reference and aid In identifying the mysterious four who have promised to bo as elusive as possible although they are well known In the city On a certain day the date of which will be published tomorrow the four will pass out Fourth street in automobiles between the hours of 2 and 4 oclock In the afternoon Another day the four will visit certain department stores in fourth street and Market street also between 2 and 4 oclock p m IrishAmerican day at the State Fair is Wednesday September 11 On printed programmes the different points the mysterious foutwUlvisit will be named The gate they will come in will be designated Tho different exhibits shows stands or booths they will visit and the time for each visit will be stated on the programmes They will visit these various places until dark In the evening on IrishAmerican day the quartet will visit either together in pairs or singly the fireworks exhibi tion or the live stock pavilion until 10 oclock giving everyone a chance to Identify them For identifyingany one of the any person will be given 10 in gold Pen identifying any two 20 for any three 30 or for the whole four Jit The samo offer goes before the big day at the fair If any or every one of the four are Identified before Irish American day the committee will give the same prizes Thus It Is seen 80 in gold is offered for acuto observers or amateur detectives picturesand the descriptions There will be no names given Chance Is given everyone to find and identify members of the quartet on the street In certain designated stores or at the numerous places at the fair CATHOLIC KNIGHTS The Kentucky State Council of the Catholic Knights of America will meet in State convention at Hender havingbeenLouisvillebrandelegation importantrgetrcHtatgreat order and the result will bill awaited withJmWmt LT o r J o I IGN BARRY Now Commamln Eastern Divi sion olrtiie United States Army illsIlise to Fame and Fortune Example For Our Boys Inaugurated Many Improve ments nfcSyest Point Mill tart Academy ARCHBISHOP COMPLIMENTS HIM Major Gen Thomas H Barry U S A who Is the first New Yorker to command at Governors Island in more than a generation assumed command of the Eastern division of the army with headquarters on Governors Island last Saturday afternoon At the same time that Gen Barry took over tho command Col C L Townsley of the Coast Artillery Corps succeeded Gen Barry as Superintendent of the Mil itary Academy at West Point he being the first Coast Artillery offi cer who has ever held that place Gen Barry who is a native born New Yorker succeeds Brig Gen Tasker H Bliss the position which he assumes ranking next to that of Chief of the General Staff the most Important in the gift of the Presi dent As Superintendent of West Point Gen Barry inaugurated numerous Improvements in that institution and he leaves to Col Townsley the largest corps in point ot numbers In the history of the academy Gen harry loaves West Point with the keenest regret and the academy has never had a moro popular Superintendent- Gen Barry is the third youngest of the Major Generals now on the activo list of the army Gen Barrys rise to fame and position Is often pointed out as a brilliant example of how a poor boy without fortune and influential friends can go to the front in this country Born in the old Greenwich Village section of New York he was forty years ago known as plain Tom Barry who was distinguished In his immediate circles as one of the brightest boys In the public schools and also as one of the handsomest Qen Barry rtiIf relI1pmbAredb Ir on not In the army as7 the commanding General in Cuba following the sec ond occupation of the island by the United States It was while he waa In Cuba exercising that command that Gen Barry was furloughed to come to New York as Grand Mar shal of the Catholic Centenary parade Archbishop Farley on that occasion patted Gen Barry on tho shoulder and called him his big brother and Intimated that if ever he needed any physical assistance the Generall would be the man he would like best to call upon for aid In 1877 Gen Barry was gradu ated from the West Point Academy as a Second Lieutenant of Cavalry and his promotion followed In quick order to a First Lieutenancy and passing through all the grades Gen Barry In August 1903 Just twenty three years following his gradua tion was a Brigadier General of regulars He became a Major Gen eral In April 1908 As Is the cus tom at West Point when the Super intendent is detached the Corps of Cadets was paraded in Gen Barrys honor Saturday morning Lieut Col Frederick W Sladden the Com mandent of Cadets commanded the corps Gen Barry reviewing the marching youngsters from in front of the Superintendents house on the eastern side of the West Point Plain After the review Gen Barry had a farewell reception BASE BALL Catholic League Scores Success and Perman ent rooting Sunday afternoon about 1500 people assembled at Eclipse Park to give encouragement and witness tho allstar ball game and field meet which were given by the Falls City Catholic League to signalize the cul mlnatlon of its first season a success In every way Great Interest was shown in the ball gamo and in the event In the crowd were numerous young women whose presence lent charm to the occasion and from the beginning tho conduct of the athletes was most orderly reflecting much credit on the organization The game was won by the team known as tile Blues who were captained byFrank 0 Hara third baseman of the Holy Trinity team of New Albany They defeated the Reds captained by Sec ond Baseman Pat Connors of St Charles team the score being 11 to 3In the field events the 100yard dash was held first C Smith of St Williams was first G Ruf of St Martins second S Grauel of St Anthonys third Time 12 seconds Accurate throwing was won by Frank OHara of Holy Trinity Circling the bases resulted in a tie between S GraUel of St Aataonys and G Rut ot St Martins Tlmey rtIsuUedltsUntY C Smith of St Williams o e1- I s S Grauel of St Anthonys and W Hogan of St Louis Bertrands Time 3 seconds In the long dis tance throwing a pretty fight between Hogan of St Louis Ber trands and Schaaf of Holy Trinity was a tie but in throwoff Hogan won making the remarkable dis tance of 338 feet Between 1600 and 1800 tickets were sold and the Falls City Loaguo obtained funds to continue its organization THOMAS WALSH Will Deliver Address at Hibernian Banquet at Galt Hous- eORATORY And Election by Division 3 A O H Enliven Meeting The election of alternate delegates to the State convention the reported splendid condition of the society and timely addresses by L J Mackey Edward McDonald P T Sullivan and others made quite Interesting the well attended meeting of Division 3 A OH held Monday night Secre tary Stevens reported the County Board proceedings and the arrangements made for the State convention and all necessary financial support was pledged The alternates elected were Tom Quinn John Riley Martin Sheehan Michael Keaveny and P T Sullivan All members were author ized to invite their friends to the ball and reception Monday night at the Galt House and also to the ban quet Tuesday night in honor of the State convention The quarterly report showed the division In splendid condition Thomas Kennedy and Con Crowley weA placed on the sick list while Patrick Cunningham and Patrick McManaman were reported Improving Members out of employ ment were directed to James Brod erIck who knew of prospective places for a number of men THOMAS J LANGAN Member Hibernian Entertainment Committee HAPPl GOLDEN JUBILEE Last Monday Mr and sirs Henry Kleier Sr of 809 East Chestnut street celebrated the golden Jubilee of their marriage In St Martins church where they plighted their troth fifty years ago and twentyfive years ago observed their silver an niversary Hale and hearty notwithstanding their advanced the old couple repaired to tho church Monday morning accompanied by their immediate family where they assisted at a special mass sung by the Rev Father Louis C Ohio the pastor Mr and Mrs Kleier both have been devout members of St Martins parish which they have seen grow from a struggling church to the largest German Catholic con gregation in Louisville Mr Kleier Is a charter member of the Poor Souls Society St Vincent de Paul So ciety St Martins Mens Society and St Josephs Orphanage Society Nine children were born to the couple six of whom are living They are Mrs Peter Hoffman Henry Kleier Jrand Misses Katherine Josephine Rosa and Mary Kleier There are nine grandchildren In the evening at their home a golden wedding sup per was spread CONDITION tylPROVED During the past few days there has been a marked improvement in the condition of Dr Frank Corrigan who for a time was thought to be In a dying condition resulting from a fall from a street car nearly three weeks ago Dr Corrigan is sixtytwo years old and a widely known physician r- r f- DL ORANGE Threats of Rebellion Not New niid They Only Excite- Amusement t Five of the Nine Ulster Jpun ties Favor Homo hulal Correction of Inaccurate Reports and Erroneous Impressions Made REAL CONDITION AT PRESENT Ulster is not opposed to home rule Instead a majority of the people of Ulster have declared in its favor at every election since 1885 when the household suffrage law was passed This Is a fact not withstanding the cabled reports resisthomeThethreatgovernment arms against the forces of the British empire Is overypersonconditionsthereconditlonsUlster s andIsParliament During seventeonUnionists From 1886 until 1892 HomeRulersat present the representation Is seventeenUnionistssltuatlQnfurthercounties Donegal Tyrone Ferman a aghCavan and Monaghan aro whilebutcorrespondinglyUnionist practically equally divided on the question In the five Nationalist counties there are but two Unionist districts while In the three Unionist counties four districts are represented by Home Rulers oppositiontobe denied but the opposition Is confined almost entirely to the andyDowntogether DerryWhat numbersvociferous protests against an Irish Parliament It does not hesitate to proclaimIng a government in Dublin All this of course is designed to arouse the sympathy of the English electors and thus defeat the home rule bill Tho threats deceive no one how ever The English as well as the Irish people have grown accustomed tQ them They are no more serious than those of 1869 1886 or 1893 When Gladstone proposed tho disestablishment of the Episcopal church in Ireland in 1869 similar r threats were made One reverend gentleman declared the Orangemen would kick the Queens crown into the Boyne if she dared to sign the disestablishment bill The bill be came law and neither tho Queen J nor her crown was molested In stead the law was obeyed and all hands now concede that it was a beneficent measure for church and country alike- Gladstones first home rule bill in 1886 was received with a storm of execration in Orange circles Threats of rebellion were openly made Lord Randolph Churchill father of the present War Minister crossed over to Belfast and urged resistance He declared Ulster will fight and Ulster will be right apparently blissfully unconscious of the fact that at the moment eigh teen ofj Diatom thirtythree mem bers were Home Rulers William Johnston then leader of the Orangemen talked of lining the ditches north of the Boyne He said they would go Into battle with a Bible in one hand and a sword in the other When later their mis guided followers threw Belfast Into turmoil wrecking and burning bus ness houses the leaders left them to their fate Again in 1893 when tho second home rule bill was before Parlia meat similar scenes were enacted The rioting thin time was curbed In a brief period and comparatively little damage was done With the introduction of the third home rule bill came a recurrence of tho bluff and bluster so frequently heard in the past LOUISVILLE MAN TREASURER Between 40000 and 50000 Cath r alien from all parts of the United States and Canada are expected to flftyseventh1conventionot x Central Vereln to be held in Toledo tNuethingurer HELPED BOOTH START The death of Gen Booth head of the Salvation Army recalls the fact that when he started his wont the first man In England to glee him encouragement was Cardinal c Man ning for whom the Generalsyer entertained a reverent regard 0 0c 0 PIBIP IrKENTUOKYXRrSH AMERIOAN iIMRI6fiNSiesvekd ito the Social sail Moral AdTinceiKBeat el Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young MensIInstitute and Catholic Knights of America f KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers R SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY sc Entered oe the Lerbvlile Poitottic as 8eeoo4CI Hitter i44teas all CoMBMltsUaii to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3 1921 writ Greta St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1912 SHOULD INVESTIGATE The dally papers published a story this week to the effect that a WestI End grocer followed his soninla- to Mackln Council Y toI clu rooms and forced him at tho point of a pistol to swear to support his wife In tho future and further that the soninlaw was a member of Mackin Council On Investigation itof was proven that the affalf happened In front of Mackin Councils club house and the young man was not member of Mackin Council now pr at any time In Its history The Evening Post was a special offender In this case publishing the article in question two straight days and unneces sarily repeated the name of Mackln t Council in the story The slightest investigation of this story woul have avoided this mistake SOCIALISM The Chicago Inter Ocean makes no mistake in Its conclusions upon Socialism and they are worth careful readingThe r hostility of Socialism t Christianity is inevitable because of the fact that Socialism is not merely a political method but also a philosophy of life whose assumptions and alms are purely materialistic directed solely to the attainment of Ideals of comfort as lifes greatest good Marxian Socialism the only kind that 1s militant and seeks = political revolution and so dbunts in effectrefuses to concern itself wit J anything beyond the present life an this world It has no answer It a e even denies the need of any answer to the perpetual question of the soul If a man die shall he live again Socialism professes to leave every man free to thInk ae he pleases on that subject In realit it discourages thought on It a unimportant Most of the foremost Inn pnta of Socialism have been and1 are avowed atheists denying o I the existence of God and the Immor tality of the soul At best the attitude of Socialism toward religion Is agnostic It says to the eternal1 question We dont know we cant find out It isnt worth while to try Denying the need of any religious sanction for morals Socialism de grades those human relations which Christianity because of their funda mental character In dlstlnguishin men and brutes has clothed with an especial sacredness Marriage for example is regarded by Socialism as purely a civil contract and as lea binding upon the parties than a contract for the purchase and sale o commodities Wherever Socialism ir has obtained power in government as In France today that power i I exerted to eliminate the Christian religion as an Influence and factor iin the conduct of human life The pub lic schools of France under Socialistic control teach morality Indeed but it is a morality without God andI repudiates the need of any sort of sanction for Its teachings beyond thei finite human reason and will Noi real Christian can be a SocialIstifif he understands Socialism The twoI systems are wholly antagonistic andl mutually destructive Socialism recognizes no higher power In th universe than man himself t GREATEST DEMOCRACY The Catholic church is the greatest democracy the world has ever t known Within the bosom of tho church all peoples and tribes and nations and tongues have a home In her eyes all men are equal and the interests of the poor Hottentot or the barbarian Kaffir are as dear to her as that of the monarch upon his I throne of the prince among his i peers Man endowed with an immor Jtal soul made unto the Image of God is her birthright her heritage she is the mother of souls all men are her children and at her altars the king kneels beside the peasant the humble slave has the same rights 11and privileges as his lordly master t She iIs the church of the masses The f storms of two thousand years have or raged about her empires and king dom have risen and fallen soon arch have yielded her allegiance and monarchs have risen against her whole nations have turned away and nations are returning and she remains the same She stands today as c gtJ tfie oppressed the assured safeguard of the ilUrilwl of the peopla he acpromoterz obodiellee to eoncUtuttd autho the representative of those social principles of justice to all men whether of high or low degree which are born of God She remains and powerfulbforce for the good and the better ment of mankind that the world has ever known or can ever know The church is the custodian of the truths of faith the mother of civilization science of learning of education of art of charity and of love of the poor She is the teacher and upholder IIof fraternal union She is with the people in their joys and in their sorrows In prosp rltyand in ad versify Her laws are the same for the king upon his throne as for the peasant in his hovel She seeks to unite all in the spirit of Christ to assimilate all nations and climes In LIone homogenous family under her eternal banners and to bring them to the observance of law and order and Justice and brotherly love and a sense of God She is democratic yesterday today and forever with the democracy of her Divine Founder Jesus Christ oSUGGESTED TO BAPTISTS To the reverend editor of the Western Recorder we suggest a calm and careful reading of the following- e public utterances of Archbishop Messmer and ask him to compare them with those expressed by him in the Recorder in its late issues We are Catholics and Americans and we are guided by the American andhspecial privileges for none We do tlnot beg we demand our constltu tional rights of worshipping God as our conscience dictates but we will never tread upon the rights of our fellowChristians to do likewise for their rights like ours have been granted by the constitutIon I would to God that all men here In America ofysome church instead of maligning IIthe Catholic church while they fol low no church themselves We want no religion in politics in the party HI bring our religious principles of right and wrong and honesty and duty into our citizenship as well as all of our dally life I would rather vote for a good Protestant than a bad Catholic any day and I have lions it thank God many times- Archbishop Messmer speaks as a true Christian and American and our Baptist friends should emulate his spirit and example I I Chief LIndsey and his men can soon end automobile speeding if the Police Court will only punish those proven guilty of violating the law- S Judge Boldrlck is altogether too lenient with those Joy riders who- f apparently care nothing for human life The Chiefs statement few days ago was a disagreeable surprise- S even to the Judges most ardent supporters The British press has grown hysterical over what it calls Presi dent Tafts broken faith in signing the Panama canal bill quite ignoring the fact that Great Britain has set many a shining example and leads all nations in faith breaking Behind closed doors Wednesday night the Bull Moose District Corn mittee met and named candidates for Novembeer election excepting only the Council men from the Eleventh and Twelfth wards Messages continue to be received from Rome indicating that Mon signor Thomas F Kennedy rector of the American College in Rome and I formerly of Philadelhpla soon w111 be elevated to the Cardinalate Roosevelts tirades against bosses read like a joke as he has been ands yet the most arrogant and objecCt tionable typo of boss we have ever had Woman suffrage received an awful setback in Ohio for which women everywhere should be thankful The Vermont election brings no feeling of comfort tb the Republicans Progressives t hofh SACRED HEART ACADEMY Mother Angela and Sister Domin AOaaemyCrescent the Catholic TJnlyeralty at hlngtonJwher they took special courses for seven weeks during the summer school term This splendid lweeksiDDeds i all the modern apPlllnc7II f n THE FEDERATION PARADE Behold the mighty multitude The glorious pageant grand All honest faithful citizens Of this free and bounteous land They profess their faith and freedom- In these loyal ranks today While in their meek and upright hearts Gods blessings on our land they pray As we gaze upon the spectacle Till Its wearisome to the eye We observe the nationalities- In the parade as they pass by All patriots and true Americans And professing one great creed What a power and aid to goverame In this land in time of need The true guardians of liberty Are in the rank and file todayI Will uphold the constitution And good government alway No Socialist or anarchist Nor bigots of small soul breed Can be found in the Federation- Of our societies Indeed The man who devised that parade Without a flaw to mar pleasure Must be a genius of high grade And courageous beyond measure Honor to whom honor is dueOld saying will live forever Col John H Whallen It Is true Wins all praise that none can sever In years to come when we are old And history truoll be written Federations work will be extolled While false evil works are emit ten Col John H Whallens big parade Will be lauded In historys pages His name and fame without degrade Will be read In future ages Daniel McCarthy THEY ARE HERE Four Young People Who All Will Seek Next Week HAPPILY WEDDED One of the most beautiful of the early fall weddings took place Wednesday at St Josephs church when Miss Mayme Nlbberlch became the bride of George T Klnnarney The bride waslJeautlfully attired In a white satin wedding dress and tulle veil carrying a bouquet of Bride roses She was attended by Miss Lena Strattman as maid of honor bridesmaidandcousin of the groom as flower girl The maid of honor was tastefully dressed in blue satin with an over dress of white lace and the brides was effective in pink satin with an overdress of pink marquisette both carrying bouquets of Bride roses The flower girl gowned in yellow satin preceded the bride scatIterlhgyellow roses in tier path The groom was attended by Frank Kramer of Cincinnati Following the ceremony at the church which I was performed by Fathers Alexander I Gallagher and Schuhmann a recep I ion was held at the home of the bride 1532 Lloyd street After a r trip East they will be at at 1532 Lloyd street The best wishes ot a legion of friends follow 1 the worthy couple into their new life VISITED PARENTS t Sister Mary Alice of the Dominican order this city has returned from Dayton Ohio where she visited her pare t Mr and Yrs P J KerN of South Main street Sisters of other order who have hoes vtolttng relatives or taking special eucational courses are all back a- tcey t U G J rIs r SOCIETY 1 Q Miss Julia Corbett IB in to spend several weeks with relatives Miss Mamie Dillon Is home from six weeks trip to California and the WestMartin McGce and wife visited t Patrick McGee family at New Have last week ottHighlands are an extended visit I Miss Mary Julia Quinn has returned to Cedar Grove Academy to remain a year Miss Carrie Spalding has returned from a visit to Miss Josie Dugan at Lebanon Junction Mr and Mrs George J Lynch are now at home to their friends at 926 South Third street Richard Shlrcllff and wife have returned from a Visit to friends and relatives at SUtbtonIMiss Blanche Tierney is spending several weeks visiting friends in Cdn cordia Meade cou tyIMisses Marcella OConnor and Edith McDermott are at Mnckinac for a stay of two weeks Mrs Mamltf Murphy of South Louisville is visiting her son Harry Murphy at Atlantic City John Ck Schildt has returned from a weeks trip to Cincinnati where his family is visiting rlendsIWilliam Rennott of CharlestonnI onma visit to friends and relatives Mrs Delta Thlckstun and daughter l Miss Kate of Jeffersonville are visiting relatives In EminenceI The wedding of Miss Jennie C Leonard and George A Kirchdorfer Jr will take place September 17II Miss Stella Buckley has been enjoying a delightful visit with her aunt Mrs T J Brlslan in Frank tort I Misses Margaret Keegan and aiof McCarthy were g eats last week Mrs J P Stone at Lebanon Junction 1 I Miss Eleanor M Sullivan of the New York Store was among those from this city who spent last week 1In Gotham 11Miss Agnes Fly who was th guest of Miss Ruft Osborne in Jef fersonvllle has rerorned to her horn at Lebanon I Misses Margare and Anna Dalley have been spendmg a week in La ti t i MLIhrlg Dlnmore Parkf iii- ilOlllo nI Kuhn of Frankfort Is here for a two weeks visit with h cousin Mrs E T Murphy 192 West Math street Misses Grace Pflanz and Marie GIbbs have returned from a very enjoyable visit to Miss Elizabeth Neale at Springfield Misses Mary and Elizabeth Byrne are home from an extended trip to Niagara Falls Cleveland and th Northern Lake resorts Miss Marguerite Perrot of Bank street has Just returned from an ex tensive and delightful tour of th principal Eastern cities Miss Julia Flynn and Miss Florence Barrett who have been spend ing the summer in Europe will re turn about September 15 Miss Josephine Tierney of 111 I West Broadway left Saturday fo Loretto Academy to resume her studies for the coming year Mrs Joseph D Grimes and Mrs I Ed CrumoJr are visiting in Eliza bcthtown the guests of Mrs B I Crump and Mrs J B PayneIII Miss Margaret King and Kathertn- Welch who have been spending th t summer with relatives in Frankfort will return the latter part of tht I month Miss Beatrice McGovern of Flora Heights was given a large and delightful I surprise party last week In celebration of her birthday anni versary I Mrs P Sweeney and daughter i Viola of South Louisville have been j visiting relatives In Nashville this week They were accompanied byII Fred Sweeney Misses Rose and Nell Kehoe East Eighth street New Albany have I been spending the week in Indian t apolis visiting relatives and attend ing the State FallcI Mrs Ora Buren and family will return to Louisville about the first ofeOctober after a pleasant visit to parents Mr and Mrs L Brown Concordia Meade countyr Misses Eloise and Cartmel Bland ford of Central City were here to spend a few days with their aunt Mrs J M Breathltt on East College street before returning to school at Nazareth Yr and Mrs Frank J Burke ofII East Kentucky street are expected to arrive home today from their visit to Chicago and Milwaukee where they have been sightseeing for the put ten days ci 1920West toherat Milwaukee iaoV relatives in Elelne tiffs I tI f I Pat ConoRVjiWMri the well knows i J 11rlf L and N engineer has returned from a two weeks rest at Martlns villo Ind greatly benefited In health and ready and fit for the duties of his responsible position rtIlssI Hermlnia Octkon sister of John Oetken of New Albany who has been spending the summer in Germany sailed last week from- a firemen and will arrive homo within the next few days Miss Margaret MarIe Daly 1059 East Washington street gave a thea Inter party at the Walnut on Tuesday night in compliment to Miss Mary iI Murray of Covington whom she has been entertaining this week Mrs Edward Farrington and son I Edward of Chattanooga are here visiting relatives and friends Be foro her marriage Mrs Farrington I was Miss Geneva Sullivan and Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs John J Sullivan I I I ofSouthtalned a house party that Included BirdieDonnellyI Louey ill of Cincinnati who were en route home from Nazarethi Miss Mary Murray of CovIngton will leave atwoTamesLandersother friends who entertained quitei extensively in her honor Miss Mur manyfrIends HIS UNTIMELY END The death of John H Wrocklage 537blnzeryovth and promise came with a great shock to the many who knew and loved the young man for hisI qualities Since graduating from St theFrankI MartinsSocietychurch Besides his mother he Is JHenryj I I GWrocklageBaron Jr His funeral took place Monday morning with solemn mass beingthrongedassociates If the many young men who mourn his loss will imitate his willhaveremain May God rest his soul j ANNIVERSARY 1The StPetersSouthgate streets organized by the men of that parish fifty years ago solderJubileeand religious ceremony In thee morning there will be a Jubilee high solemnecelebrationbounteousbanquetLieut Gov Edward J MoDermott atifedressr TROSS LACHER In the manyperick younglIlunited in marriage Tuesday morning eelsbrattng performingJSchultenwere the attendants Hollowing the wed ding breakfast groometripwhichandtheSISTERSeRight hasselectedtheConvent EastBroadwaylarge Holy Family parochial school In J SistersJThusdayrCENTRAL COMMITTEE The Central Committee of the Catholic willdMarysHproceedings arrangescompleted for exton September 15 and other business transacted aIlarge attendance of delegates WILL DEDICATE SOON The new Holy Name church which Rev erectlagnearingcompletion haveitmonthIFather ful work In South Louisville and his byanyAPPREOJATEDI atthecation of Father Eugene Bartells appreciatedbyandicinityat the dedication which was attended by people from all the sur- ounding country The young Louis ville musicians made whit and are accordedthem GREETING FOR REDMOND Jssuedthespecll1l greatIrishCarnegieHall theHonmemberprinipalcommitteemostrepresentativePromineut people both layand f clerical have signified their inten tioh oftaking part in the demonstra on Above 500 invitations have been lamed by the special Invitation oomiBtttM JbJlMiMMnm IJ C u 4 Kentucky State Fair 4D 6 BIG DAYS DAILY RACES SEPTEMBER 9 10 11 12 13 14 1912 LOW RAILROAD RATES FARMER BOYS SCHOOL ENCAMPMENT- For Information Entry Blanks Catalogue address OJLCENTSEC GD 320 PAUL JONES BUILDING LOUISVILLE KYLJ 1111Mens 15 Suits For 11- 11S 775PURE WOOL WELL MADE i Two and Threepiece Suits AHl Sizes lIVYSTHIRD AND MARKET I SPECIAL OFFER For a limited period the Kentucky Irish American will present FREE with each paid subscription either new or olda copy of C A Vindles interesting pamphlet Is the Catholic Church the Peadliest Menace to Our Liberties and Civilization The writer is a nonCatholic and Editor of the famous publication Branns Iconoclast Dont fail to take advantage of this offer tNWOrq r WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Sept PAUL J RAINEYS MOTION PICTURE EXHIBITION Five Months at N Y Lyceum Theater The great African bunt shown nearly every animal which Noah too into the Ark in its native haunts Two hours solid entertainment Every foot of film explained THE BIG 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 dally concerts by Don Phllippinl and his band ot thirtyfive University of Notre Dame Notre Dame Indiana HOME INFLUENCE THOROUGH IN STRUCTION FIVB COLLEGES Depart ments of Ancient Claulcs Letters History I Journalismniologq 1 gineering Mechanical Engineering Ulectri cal Engineering Chemical Engineering Mining Engineering Architecture raw PREPARATORY SCHOOL Students from every tate In the Union Variantcour es COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Practical bust cress course ST EDWARDS HALL for younger boys REV JOHN CAVANAUGH C S D D President A Scapular Medal Free Scapular medals have been authorized by the church to be worn instead of scapulars We will you one free it you subscribe for th Child Apostle a slxtetm page chil drens monthly costing only twenty five cents yearly It is edited by a priest especially for little ones filled with Instructions short and pictures Stamps will do Ad dress The Child Apostle Il1f1 Mc Cormlck building Chicago Ill NICE SUNDAY TRIP I Under the auspices of the Central Committee 0 K of A an will be run to Jasper Ind excursionI day September 15 which only one this season The trip be over the Southern railway and there Is every assurance that It will prove an enjoyable one as Capt Oscar Mater and his committee pro 1KnIght1 will leave the Union Depot Seventh and river at 730 in the morning the round trip tape biting 150 o 8FOR Furniture Of All Kinds LowestkPrices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST MONUMENTS Having purchased the entire stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are In a position to offer the same to parties wishing to im prove their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Go Give yoar boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 113 W Broadway tonlavlUo Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers BusinessCoursesSwimming Pool Well Equipped Gymna alum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 1Distillers and Wholesale Dealv era In Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of NelsonBOTTLED IN BOND TtteptoM 1948 234 SIXTH STREET BK AIJIA J PPOLS t DYER AND CLEANER a Issl9Nd Qeilftt Wiitdll EAarl WORK GUARANTEE t rrrasb 521 Fiftk StrMfc u tI p 0 1- tr A lJ ENiUOKY asalA RiOAN l INOW I 1 GAS STOVES t I LOUISVILLE GAS CO 1 tN ttI BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS 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ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUES Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attentioi and satisfaction guaranteed WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND HAND ISFOOT ROOM SIDES AND CEILING FO- Rx60 GULLEY WALL PAPER STORE e Sn asi OaJt15 Ottob S 2I12Ay NM 1225 r LiS t dig THOMAS KEENAN Fininl Dlrictir and Eilalur TELEPHONE 316 Allella promptly attended to day or night Carriage fornlihtd for aU oocaitona 1225 W MARKET ST = GEftTRAL FURNITURE CO incorporated N W Cer Tklrd red frMW Sti We furnish the home oem plate OK eAsy pyBMt WMCAuA lHJSIta Bt Q ws Sy KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Intcres Members Here and Else where The council at Unlontown Kyi will erect a 10000 twqstory brick buildingThe Knights of will build a 40000 club hose in Ham ilton Ont The membership has been increas- Ing annually at an average of more than 20000 for the past ten years There was a great exemplification at Toronto on Labor day when Na tional Director Daniel Griffin con ferred the third degree Little Rhode Island has twenty three councils They will unite in a great parade In Providence on Columbus day October 12 Niagara Falls Knights have paid 8000 for a cite on Walnut street facing the head of Fifth upon which they will erect their new home building Wichita Knights will confer tho degrees on a large class September 18 On account of the presence of Cardinal Gibbons it will be known as the Cardinal class Toledo Council will be hostagain next year at Cedar Point This year about 2500 Knights enjoyed the outing and registered at the popular resort near Sandusky AGED RESIDENT GONE Th death of Michael Reardon early last Sunday morning at the family residence 808 Oldham street marked the passing of one of the pioneer residents of St Louis Her trands church parish Mr Reardons family being one of the first to settle Jn that section He earned the re spect and good will of that neighbor I hood by his clean honest and up right life Besides his wife he Is survived by the following children Mrs Daniel Moriarty Mrs James Kenealey Mrs Annie Ross Mrs A McFarland Dennis J and Michael Reardon The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrand church Tuesday morning BANQUET FOR MRS JOLLY Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly the newly elected NatiQnal President of the Hi bernian Ladles Auxiliary will be tendered a grand banquet at the Elysiun ln Providence R L on Sep tember 25 that promises to be an event long to be remembered in the Hibernian annals of Rhode Island Fully 400 guests have signified their Intention of being present among them Right Rev Mgr Doran V G Gov Aram J Pothier Mayor Henry Fletcher exGov Higgins National President James Regan and Congressman j George F OShaughnessy JOINED CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev William Jurney aged thirty five of 160 West Sixtyfifth street for two years assistant pastor of St copallchurthy3outhB- rooklyn has resigned and joined the Roman Catholic church The clergymans intention is to become a priest and he will take a six years course of study He is a graduate of Johns Hopkins Unlyersity Public announcement of his assistants con version was made on Sunday at St Pauls by the Rev William Wilson the pastor PINCHES OF POVERTY Catholics will learn with pleasure that Miss McCarthy the devoted daughter of Justin McCarthy who recently died has been placed on the civil list with a pension of 350 per I annum This announcement came almost simultaneously with that of the dead authors will The generous friend of the Irish cause and of everyone in distress had little to leave Despite the success of hs many works his estate is valued at 2250 for McCarthy spent generously while he had it for his party and for private charities and during the failing years of his life serious illness and other expenses ran away with his savings FINE IRISH PLAY John ODohnell and his excellent company scored a decided hit thisI week at the Walnut Theater in theI typical Irish play Rollicking Shannon The production is clean aud meritorious and the scenery showing tne ruins of ancient castles and plc turesque mountains is far above the average All who witnessed the play will welcome a return engagement DESIGN OF JESUIT The new Instruments designed PhiliPIpinesI nava11vessols classes of ships before the opening of the Panama canal I HINTS FOR HOME When paint sticks to glass it can be removed with hot vinegar When soaking mackeral or other salt fish see that the skin side is I uppermostIced In a pitcher will keep much longer if a paper bag is placed over the top A cloth dipped In ammonia will often remove stains from the collar of ah overcoat To polish zinc rub briskly with a cloth dipped in kerosene and rinse off with boiling water A good black ink mixed with white of egg will restore the color of kid shoes and gloves A porcelain tub or sink may be thoroughly cleaned with a fi dIpped in spirits of turpentine Keep the wax coated bones In which crackers are packed for they make excellent polishers for Irons Save lapic if you have a garden far they form a very u manure for flowers shrubs and vegetables j shoo1 f7 t tlt SEE US FOR FIRST CL- ASSPRINTING GOOD WORK UNION LABEL SEE PfefferFOR Picnic Banners Signs and Show Cards 126 S FOURTH AVENUE Opposite Vienna Bakery PETER M ANDR10T SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GfyEEN STREET CUSCABEN GIVES I ree ra m With Family Orders ForI I ICE I CREAMPHONES I Factory 309311 S Second Streett I II RECENT DEATHSIIIII The funeral of Peter A Karins took place Mondayf afternoon from the Cathedral His occupation was l that of art glass worker and he was well known Besides his widowed mother he leaves one sister to mourn his death II Many friends and relatives In Holy Cross parish mourn the death of I Jacob Seidel 3415 West Chestnut street which followed a long illness of brain trouble Besides his bereaved widow he leaves three young daughters for whom there is felt tho most sincere sympathy Tho i funeral was held Sunday afternoon- at Holy Cross church with the interment in St Louis cemetery I Many warm friends and relatives were saddened by news of the death of Miss Mary A Whalen daughter 1I of the late John and Catherine Whalen which occurred at the res idence of her cousin Dennis Whalen 749 South Eighteenth street with I whom she had been making her- r home Retiring in disposition life was an exemplary one ending as she had lived peacefully quietly calmly Her funeral took place from Sacred Heart church Sunday after noon Rev Father Patrick Walsh officiating I HONOR FOR BRADY James H Brady former Governor- of Idaho was elected President of the TransMississippi Commercial Congress at Salt Lake 1 ADDRESS LOYAL LEGIONS On November 12 Archbishop Ireland will deliver the address at the banquet of the Iowa Commandory of the Order of the Loyal Legions of United States In Sioux City t I DUBLIN I The population of the city Dublin Ireland according to tho recent census is 304802 I TAKES OUT STAIN I 11A teaspoonful of salt to a sill of milk makes a mixture which will remove most inkefalns from clothing I FTV QTJAHTS BACH IIOauI Aoorage ey ytdetofIi ofiloerereatn a year u j INDULGENCES Essentla Is That Are Necessary and Their Benefit Many people have a rather vague idea of tho Catholic doctrine of indulgences and remission of sins For instance the following item was published recently It was an nounced Saturday that plenary Indulgence in the remission of sins will be granted all Catholics Who have attended the evening hours of I devotion during the I Eucharistic I communionIII a prayer for the Pope To receive plenary indulgence all four of these requirements must be fulfilled Now as a matter of fact the church I teaches that sins are forgiven only through the sacrament of penance when that sacrament is available to the penitent or by an act of perfect contrition when confession to a duly authorized priest is impossible The essentials of the worthy recep I caretulIpurpose never again to offend God confession to a duly authorized priest and the performance of the penance Imposed by the confessor When these esesntials are complied with the guilt of sin and the eternal punishment due to it are remitted there remains however the debt of temporal punishment I to be discharged A similar result follows an act of perfect contrition in case sacramental confession be impossi ble An indulgence is the remission of the temporal punishment due to sin and Is obtained by the perform ance while in a state of grace of certain good works enjoined by the church Indulgences are either plenary remitting all the punish ment or they are partial when only a portion is remitted The infinitei merits of our Lord and the works I of superogation performed by the saints have created an immense surplus in the treasury of the church and an indulgence is simply a draft on that surplus drawn by the Pope In favor of the person I gaining it The Pope makes the draft by virtue of his office as the I whomIloose on earth it shall be loosed in heaven GOOD POTATO CAKE Mash six mealy potatoes while they are hot and put thorn aside to get cold You may if you like beat into the hot mass a tablespoonful of butter If you do not melt tho but ter when you are ready to make tho cake and beat It well in To two cupfuls of mashed potatoes allow a cupful of flour which has been sifted twice with a scant teaspoonful of baking powder Soften the potato with a cupful of milk worked in gradually Salt to taste and work In the flour until you have a dough Jusi BiJdltaiQtich to mold into bia cults Roll into a shed Inch thick cut with a biscuit dutter and bake quickly Sometimes when wish them to be particularly nice beat in an egg but they are very good without this Tear open while they are hot and butter I LATEST IN STYLES t Some of the new shadow laces have their patterns outlined with a thread of metal Young girls are wearing the large shepherdess hats with streaming ribbons and dainty flowers Extremely deep frills of the sheerest laces set into elbow sleeves are much the vogue in Paris Among the first felt hats small shapes are dividing the honors with large soft droopy shapes Tho fashionable prelate sash is made of soft satin and the square flat ends are embroidered Fashion favors small ribbon ruches and bows of picot edged rib bons for millinery purposes Perlslan embroideries with bro cade and a good deal of silver will be used in evening models The new Medici collars with ex tended ruffs in the back are likely to be warmly welcomed this fall White dresses for afternoon and evening are charming with bright green red and amber trimmings Dark blue coats and soft felt hats of the same shade are perfect with white net blouses and white linen skirts Some of the new dreses are madeI of two toned corduroy combinedl with silk charmeuse or chiffon In- Iplaln I color If one can have but one elegan- gown let it be a black and whiter combination It can be worn oftener than anything else without becoming tiresome 1 LISTEN TO MOTHER Girls listen to your mothers you will never regret It No matter what your advantages are above what hers were you are no better You can rest assured that It is no book learn ing or knowledge of fashion that will keep your feet away from the many pitfalls that sue can warn you prom in a tender loving fashion that you would do well to heed No matter how mothers may speak you may rest assured their hearts are in the right place and that they want their daughters to be innocent and good- Ie rather than fashionable WHICH TYPE YOURS If gentle speech and kindly views fotllte and people it attractive man ners and sympathetic and loving habits of thought are to obtain 1 in old age they must be practiced In early Ute Wo do not suddenly be come transformed The critical fault finding carping severe old woman is a creature to be avoided by men women and children The i kindly patient companionable old I lady Is a Joy and a comfort to all 1 who know her Which type do you think you have begin to emulate jla only a little step from youth maturity ao r FRANK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING CO I Brewers arid Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by everyone who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KTi JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY- CO1FALLS CITY BREWING k ft INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Famify Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wisi 69 1 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHNFOERTELCOvINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 14pV AvenueBOTH PHONES 891 fcv LOtrisvlLLB Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 191S e THE WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellentflavte ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville K- yFORTUNA 0 LD BOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO 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Market Street JA NAUGHTONS x PharmacyxPrescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS L + ONN+ NNOSHN + KOOvNN 1 THERE IS A REASON FOR IT j The great popularity and demand for the celebratediQUICK MEAL iGAS RANGEi- s due entirely to Its great effici ency durability and great saving quality Sold on easy payments and connected fre- eGEHER SON 215 Market St near Second 4t NH91NOta4wN6100 HN e I OUT OUT THIS AD MOLES AND WARTS- MOLESOFFS for the removal of MOLES and WARTS without pain and leaving neither scar nor mark is the same remedy that we sold your grandmother and has since its first appearance upon the market carried with it the UNANIMOUS INDORSEMENT of MAN and WOMAN MOLESOFF was the bcsti pioneer days is still the best today Our long experience protects you We guarantee Letters from personages we all know together with much valuable information are contained in au attractive booklet which will be sent free 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delegate to the State convention will stay over to take in the State Fair St Paul Hibernians had a great field day Sunday afternoon attended by nearly 100000 people The Thomas Howards senior and junior will lead a delegation from Ashland tQ the convention The Venerable Right Rev John S Foley Bishop of Detroit continues as State Chaplain of the order In Michigan Reports at the State convention of the Ladles Auxiliary show the order to be In a flourishing condition In MichiganThe Auxiliary has an ex cellent programme for the entertain ment of those attending their State conventionPennsylvania Hibernians plan the endowment of a chair of Irish language and literature in the Duquesn University at Pittsburgh sick and funeral benefits and IFor purposes the Hibernian of New York disbursed over 8000 since their 1910 convention- A notable feature of the Fort Wayne Irish day celebration was the address of the State Chaplain Rev Michael J Byrne of Lafayette Nearly 10000 men marched in the Connecticut State parade at Bridgeport when the State convention met there Mayors of five cities were in the line Division 4 will meet tomorrow evening at 8 oclock In lieu of their Monday night meeting which haS been changed on account of the State conventionToledo Hibernians will form a division in tho German Catholl Central Veroin parade at Toledo i In honor of the Papal Delegate Most Rev John Bonzano National President Regan is be- Ing urged to enter the race for the Democratic nomination for Congress I In St Paul His entry would makeI three seeking tho honor All memebrs of the order may in vlte their friends to the reception andl ball to be tendered delegates andl visitors to the State convention Monday night at the Galt House Through Its State President the- NeW York State convor4io caqled John Redmoqd and t sh plrty toiiltUr they have waged for Irish themThe New York City delegation was unseated at the State convention because of indebtedness to both State and national organizations Neither was this great body represented at Chicago One hundred delegates attended the Colorado State convention at Glenwood Springs Father 3Volohai and tho new State Board expect to greatly Increase the membershi during their term of office Right Rev Bishop Conroy of Ogdensburg honored the New York State convention with his presenceI and in his address congratulated the order on the generosity it had shown in all matters pertaining to the church 3ATHOUO BASEBALL LEAGUE After tomorrows games in the Catholic League only one schedule series remains the games of Sunday September 15 being the last of the eason The positions from second to sixth place are closely bunched only one game difference between five clubs The St Charles team In winning thepennant has proven it self the class of the league and their success in a measure can be atI rlbuted to their modest but hustling tanager William J Stammerman who had the leaders playing tot notch ball all season The scheduli for tomorrow is as follows St Will lam vs St Martin St Charles vs Holy Trinity Holy Cross vs St Louis Bertrand at Shawnee Park and St Anthony vs St Brigld at Sprint Bank Park The standing to date Clubs Won LostPct St Charles 16 2 889 StL William 11 8 579 Holy Cross 11 8 579 st Anthony 10 8 656 Holy Trinity 9 8 529 St Louis Bertrand 10 9 j526 St Brlgld u 5 12 294 St Martin 1 18 053 RIVEIIV1EW Manager Lum Simons announcesI that Rlvervlew Park will remain open during September with all the amusement devices in full operation The jubilee minstrels and singers have had their engagement Indef- Initely extended They have proved a novelty which has scored heavily with the park patrons bltauseof tHeir unique form of entertainment which includes ragtime coon songs lurd buck and wing dancing The feature of the programme Is an old fashIoned cake walk In which one halt of the company takes part Special preparation has been made to- care for and entertain outoftown Visitors during State air week GONE TO REST Martin iKehoe one of Jefferson vlUes oldest and best known citizens dled Monday morning at his home OB Ohio avenue following fan lllneea of- long duration The daoeaeed was rn in Ireland about eighty years Ill jQarid ynuf a IOIIofKrandKrsI 0- n u uC SOdE DIRECTORY Xj oja I DIVISION Meets at Falfe City Hall ea Jllut and Third TueadaI President Martin J Cuslck PresidentCharles J Finne IVlce Recording Secretary Anthony J I TompkinsFInancial Secretary Joseph Far I rell f Financial Secretary JOB E Farrell 1808 West Marke- tTreasurerThomas P Lawler SergeantatAras Louis Roller Sentinel Henry feDermotL- DIVISION 8 fleets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and WalC nut streets President Con J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan TreasurerJamesWelshI I Recording Secretary Daniel J CKeefe Financial Secretary John J Keaney 1607 DumesnlL Sergeant = at Arms J Charles I ObstISentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION 1- Ueeu First and Third Mondays Ilneteenlh andPbrUandIPresidentHugh Hourlgan Vice President J M Jlalonay Recording SecretarYThos Stev ensFinancial Secretary John G Hesslon 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevtn SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Honda Bortrand Hall Sixth iStreet President John H Hennosey Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial Secretary Thomas 1 Langan 80 West Oak- TreasurerThoJDas Downey SergeantatArma John Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott Y IWI Ia MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth Presldeht Frank G Adams First Vice PresIdentA C Link Second Vice President Wllllai Rlbn Financial Secretarywm Link Recording SecretaryRobert Os borne Corresponding Secretary Georg J Lautz JJTreaBifrei Robert T Burke MarshalfFred Schuler Inside Sentinel Peter Andriot Outside Sentinel Joseph Hlggln lJohn KtpJie He came to America during tVf civil war and located I1 In Jefferson l11e before its close For many ye4rs he was employed as a railroadvnant Ki last position bein g Lhattgfi lagman nor the Penney min e1T 1ioev1UIm rrled- about fortj fivq years ago to Miss Anna Doyle who survives her husband with two sons and three daughters as follows Archie M Kehot John Kehoe Mrs James Horan Mrs Jacob Klnimlck Miss Bridget K hoe One brother Patrick Kehoe lives IIn Jeffersonvllle and there is another John Kehoe residing in Pennsyl yania FITZ AND BUCK Emmet Fitzpatrick erstwhile pro prletor of the cafe bearing that nam at Twelfth and Garland avenue half I just returned from an extended tour of the East in which he was accora panted by his aidedecamp andI bosom friend Capt Danny Buck ThY visited Hot Springs N C At antic City New York Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington and re port that they had a most enjoyabl time Capt Danny was much im pressed with the grandeur of the National Capitol but could not bf Induced to go up in the Washington monument under any pretext Has a collection of amusing stone 1and incidents to tell his man Friends and claims that next summe be will visit the home of the Kings dear old Ireland MAYSVILLE The will of the late John Mc lvalneyr of Maysvllle has been med for probate After making a number of bequests among which were 1200 to the Catholic church of the city he also bequeathed to the Wil son Memorial Hospital 1000 inI cash and further directed that after aU his debts and bequests had been aid that the residue of the estate should go to the trustees of the hospital for the purpose of establishing a free ward for the benefit of chU1 ten whose parents were too poor to- iy for their treatment The trustees are to be the sole judges as to who shall be admitted to the ward jREPRESENTS LOUISVILLE Vincent C Burke President of the loulsvllle branch of the National Federation of Postoffice Clerks is In Salt Lake City where lie went as elegateto represent this city in the attonal convention that met Monday Last year ho was delegate to the convention held at Des Moines when he was elected Vice President ofF the national organization PrcwIll- dent Burke is an expert distributer n the Louisville office and with his wl knowledge of postoffice affairs and the federation In general Branch 4 has been represented with honor and dignity His home is at 128- WestHI11 street where ho resides with his parents SILVER POLISH tBlend together equal parts of cream of tartar and precipitate of tlkaad wet to a thick pasts with coldwat4tr If the silver be badly tn1Ued allow the paste to dry poi itJtakn polish gtntly wlta a IOftlo peed ln dry chalk t n n e n a fl IIRELAND Record of the Most Important o the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A company is being formed to work the electric light scheme for BallybayOwen Duffy of lIonaghanhas been appointed Assistant County SurveyorThe appearance of hailstones in midsummer was witness on August 1 in West Wicklow Hundreds of acres of land along the course of the twenmoro river are rendered useless by flooding- J M Darby of Carlow died suddenly from heart failure Ho leaves a widow and nine children to mourn his loss T W Delany was unanimous reelected Chairman of the Longfor AgriculturAl and Technical Instruction Committee James Magulre of Cavan and Mr McCaffrey of Tempo have beon sworn In as Justices of the Peace for County Fermanagh Nicholas Cruddery stated to come from Ktlanny was seriously Injured while cycling near Louth being struck in the back bytho shaft of a cartThere was not a single case of drunkenness at the recent petty sessions at New Ross out of a large district which comprises a population of up to 30000 Much regret was felt In Galway at the death of the Rev Peter NeWell of Castlegar The deceased vas one of the best known and most popular priests in the West of Ireland Peter Byrne Innlskeen receive somewhat severe injuries to his hands inn collision between a motor bicycle and his car at Blackrock Ion Thursday He was removed to the Louth Infirmary The result ot the election for tho vacant Councillorshlp of tire Dock ward on the Limerick Boroug Council was P OFlynn 428 T Cuddihy son of the late Con clllor 180 P Melnerny 122 Whilo a farmed named Thomas ONeill aped sixty was driving Into Limerick his horse shied at a pee- Ing s train near Ballinanty and when he jumped off to quiet it he was badly kicked Ho died some hours laterThe Lord Chancellor on the rc ommendatlon of the Earl of Meat His Majestys Lieutenant of tho County of Dublin has appointed Charles Clifford of DonnybrooTt and late Chief Locomotive Engineer ot the G N railway a Justice of the Peace for County Dublin A mysterious early morning fire occurred recently in Greencastl Catholic church and the contents and roof of tho vestry were badly dam aged but the fire brigade prevented the fire extending td the altar The Sunday evening devotions took place as usual and when the church was locked up everything was In order Tho Dublin dames reproduced photographs of two orphan boys Edstard 1Jdia SesjCjajj JiJ gJ Ardee who have come In forCun of 100000 and have started for the United States to be educated iiIn one of the leading colleges thor Their father was to have sailed wit its boys on tho Titanic but was taken ill and died a month afterward The death of Timothy Gleeson of Lisqulnlan which has just occurred recalls one of the earliest fight with the authorities when the Gael League was making its first struggle for existence Thady Gleeson as I he was better known put his name Iin Irish on his cart and was prose cuted and fined He sturdily refuse to pay the fine and went to prison t The stand then taken by him estat shed a principle since respected PENNANT CONTENDERS fManager Bill Friel and his pen ant contenders the Columbus team vlll be here this afternoon for 1 series of three games and Manage Jac1 Hayden will have to start thi Colonels at top speed to stop their ush as the Columbus contingent ire still figuring to catch Mlnne polls before the close being only Irive games behind them now and have twothirds of their reraainint Tames with Indiunapplis and Louis vl11e who have been comparatlvel easy picking for them all season pile Minneapolis has the same pro portion with Kansas City and Milwaukee who will at least be sure of- an even break The superiority of loulsville as a baseball town hat again been demonstrated by the small attendances the leading Asso lotion teams are having just now aqd which do not begin to cqmpan with this town which if in the first division would outdraw any town In tM Association WALNUT STREET THEATER At motion picture exhibition which drew large houses for nearly five oaths at the Lyceum Theater New York continuing through the entire turner must be considerably out at the ordinary Paul J Ralneys African hunt as disclosed by the cinematograph Is that rarity It- will I be brought to the Walnutstreet I heater for a weeks engagement starting Sunday afternoon Nearly every animal which Noah took Into the Ark is to be seen In its native haunts acting exactly as it is natural or it to act when it does not know that man is nigh These motion pictures are so replete with interesting detail that an experienced lecturer is- rept busy explaining every foot of- rum for two solid hours r COLESBURG A wedding of much interest will be solemnized next Tuesday at St- Claros church in Col burg when Miss Mamie French the lovely and popular daughter of Tom French will become the bride of Jerome BrIan one of the best known and mo highly esteemed young men of- that section Both have a wide ac q ialntance and a large gathering f- trrltI will witnwM their marrle I BOYS AND GI- RLSSCHOOL SHOES AT CUT PRICES IN OUR GRE- ATREMOVAL SALE NOW GOING ON BOSTON SHOE C0D INCORPORATED BOSTON BUILDING 441443 FOURTHII 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 ATCmSON KANSAS The Leading Catholic Educational Institution Select 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