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PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second and Breckinrldge VOLUME XXXINO 8 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 23 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS I HODGENVILLE Gaining nn Unenviable Ileputa- tlqii Through Welcoming Bigotry Sides With A P A Soap Bo Orator Agnlnst Respected Citizen I ItAid of Menace Invoked by Bnp- tist Minister Subscription Solicitor EXPLAINS THAT TOWNS DECLINE Several weeks ago an itinerant A P A preacher named Rev Will iam Roberts and traveling under the guise of a Salvation Army worker that Is using a uniform as near that an possible without being arrested for obtaining money under false pre tenses was the center of quite a lit tle discussion and Interest In the neighborhood of Hodgenvllle New Haven and other surrounding points his advent as Is frequently the case stirring up much religious hatred and bigotry Roberts first appear ance was at New Haven where In a house to house collection he obtained a little money from persons who were under the Impression that they were contributing to the Salvation Army his cap appearing the same as that worn by workers of that organi zation but on close inspection It was found that It read Independent Re ligious and Temperance Worker vblch proves conclusively that Rob erts was a fakir as there Is no or- ganIzation of that name and the only truth In the label was tho word worker as he worked several un suspecting persons and suckers for the benefit of his own pocket Tem perance workers as a rule are In clined to water but Roberts didnt seem to favor that plank In the tem perance platform even from a toilet standpoint as he appeared sadly In need of a bath From New Haven this tramp A P A evangelist Journeyed do Hodgen vllle where It seems ne discovered more fertile fields In other words there were more easy marks or bigots In the latter place and judging from subsequent events It appears as If ttere were more bigots In one of s tjliRgdailyisoapr bpx arangues In which he was denouncing the Cath olics In general saying that they were adlsgrace to the American flag and that everyone of them had a yellow streak up his back attention of DE RIney a prominent citizen and Catholic was called by a Protestant gentleman cqmlng Into his place of business and stating that There Is a fellow In front of your door denouncing all Catholics Mr Hlney edged into the crowd and after hearing a few of the derogatory re marks and Insults grabbed Roberts by the back of the peck and deliver ing a few well placed kicks warned him to leave town At this Juncture Rev H S Bell a Baptist minister of Lebanon formerly of Buffalo ln terferred arid took sides with Roberts and later on was Instrumental In luvylng warrants sworn out for Mr RIney and Lee Cundy charging them with disturbance of public worship and In a Police Court trial RIney was fined 40 and costs and Gundy 15 and costs both pleading guilty to the charge The Larue County Herald published at Hodgenvtlle took sides with Roberts the curbstone preacher against Mr RIney a substantial brstness man the Herald stating that public sentiment was against RIney very strong and that there was A movement In foot to punish the offenders further The sentiment of I the Herald seems to be the favorite j initheattempt Js being made to boycott Mr Rlneys place of business Since the above the Rev Bell lilted the services of the Menace Jn a letter enclosing the names of seven subscribers Bell details the atory ofI the Hodgenvllle episode and toIprejudice that filthy lying sheet In favor of the traveling A P A orator stated that RIney assaulted Roberts i because of the latters remarks In favor of the Menace Bell also stated that Rlnoy was a Catholic of the bigoted type which Is amusing coming from a man like Bell who espouses the cause of a traveling foklr whose sermons consist of bigotry and are delivered for the purpose of separating gullible blgotb trom their loose coin From this angle It seems as if the sympathy of every fair minded citizen should be with Mr RIney regardless of the religious controversy Intro duced and the fact that bigotry holds t a chief place in the town of Hodgen I villa and that the majority favor I abuse and vlllltlcatlon of their fel low citizens and taxpayers explains i to the public at large why Hodgen yillo has decreased In population from iI 825ln 1500 ito 744 In the census of t 1910 I SUMMER SCHOOL The remarkable activity In all dines of summer school life which characterized the stay of His Ex I1 cellency the Most Rev John t TJonzanoDr D Apostolic Deleagte I ct Cliff Haven during the past week 1 Was followed by a brief period of rest t after his departure This period was 1 broken on Sunday evening by the c annual summer school concert and t thereafter throtigk4heweek acowk ya n i i i 1 f d + KENTUCKY V IRISH AMERICANWE tlnuous programme of social events made bright the passing hours Tile beautiful weather conditions which1 prevailed at Cliff Haven was an In parindoor life The result was that many of the tournaments which had been postponed from earlier In th9 season on account of the hot weather were played off The ladles golf tournament for the Conway challenge cu was won by Miss Margaret Thornton and tho mens tennis doubles was won by Edward Welstead and Will- Iam Dougherty The lecture courses during the week were conducted by Arthur F J Remy Ph D of Columbls University Now York the Rev Daniel J Carney of Melrose Mass and Miss Eleanor Payez pi Brooklyn CORNERSTONE LAYING With beautifully impressive cere monies and in the presence of hun dreds of people the cornerstone of the addition to St Josephs parochialt school Adams and Washington streets was laid Sunday afternoon by the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghuo assisted by a number of the local clergy The Rev Alexander Wllber ding pastor of St Josephs acted as master of ceremonies and tho sermon What tho Parochial School Stands For was delivered by the StPeter cises began at 4 oclock when the acolytes priests and Bishop filed out oj1 the sacristy of the church and on schoolAfterbenediction of the blessed sacrament was given In the church Father Wll BIshopOmbnaghue dinner In the rectory The new building which Is a wing of the old parochial school will have twO stor let and a Jarge basement It will be built of concrete steel and brick and of fireproof construction and will cost 18000 CATHOLIC FEDERATION The August meeting of the local Catholic Federation was well at tended despite the sweltering weather that prevailed President Gaaz not having returned from the national convention at Milwaukee the chair was occupied by Vice Presi AttoneyBenedictment of the Work of his special com mittee and announced that the book lets treating on the evils of Sbclallsm were ready for distribution These gooks come In pets of six and each organization represented In the fed eratlon will receive a set to be read sUIJfe1tlon sideration of the new bylawa was deterred until the reports of the national convention were received John Doyle Patrick Weir and 9thcrs gave expression to somo excellent thoughts for the benefit of federa tion after which CCl H A Vonder helde delivered one of the best ad dresses yet heard on the subject of Catholic Unity There was a round of applause when n telegram was read announcing the election of hobIert T Burke of this city ar 01111I President at the Atlantic Jurlsdkton Y M I convention at PlttcbUrgh Several matters were referred to the September meeting which will be an important one- CHURCH OP QUIt LYIOne of the most Important a1dIenjoyable events to be held In PortILand this season will bo the monster fete champetre to be held on the I grounds of the Church of Our LadIhlrtyflfth and Rudd avenue nextI uesday and Wednesday both afternoon and evening The united societies of the parish are assisting the pastor Rev Father Connlff to make this one of the nnsl interesting lawn fetes ever held The beautiful hurch grounds will be beautifully decorated and Illuminated for the iccasion Various amusements haw j been arranged for and the young ladies of tho parish will preside at he tables and serve refreshments i passedhroughualns perfectly Intact and the pas or and his people are eagerly look ng forward to meeting their frlenda in one of the two nights when they wilt certainly bo well treated and en ertalned a ATHOLIC KNIGHTS EXCURSION Under the auspices of the Central lommlttee Catholic Knights of America there will be an excursion ver the Southern railway to Jasper nd on Sunday August 31 and tt promises to be one of the largest hat ever left this city Ben Knne- nd committees of the central body t lave perfected every detail for a ate and pleasant day and Capt Cunkel and the Catholics of Jasper roralsa a cordial reception for the ixcurslonlsts As a compliment to j ho Catholic Knights it is expected t hat at least three Knights of St j jripj1 asoball game between Krusas High antlers all Irish and Kunkels rasperines all Germans to be played in the Jasper College athletic field finis will be the lust excursion of the eason and promises to surpass alltJ ethers The round trip tickets will e only 150 children half fare TAKE EASTERN TRIP Clyde Graven of the Louisville rocory Company and Henry Nltz en Deputy Circuit Court Clerk are Waking an extended trip through the a last and will visit New York Wash pgton Philadelphia Old Point Com ort Atlantic City and other polntss k puty Nltzken will ylslt offices of aidesoiandlinK arid tiling suiteriI Iti r a C- ln k i fij NOBLESTAND Token by Honorary President o the Catholic Womens Leagues IThc Feminist Movement Leader Hold Views Decidedly Pagan Grunt Demands and Chrlstim Family Would Cense to Exist THINGS WOMEN SHOULD REALIZE The Feminist movement Is being promoted by women whose views are decidedly pagan If their de mands were to be realized the Christian family would cease to exist and womens condition would lapse Int paganism The above is the opinion of Mrs Joseph Frey Honorary President of the Catholic Womens League which was formed recently at Buffalo as an auxiliary to the German Roman Catholic Central Vereln There is Freyhastendencies and stated frankly and truthfully her convictions about the character of the more prominent leaders in the widespread movement euphoniously styled the fuller quostion life has no doubt been considerably obscured of late by the Insistent de mands of some of the sex for what they are pleased to believe are rights Woman suffrage ivi not tho only matter concerned in this move ment We believe that this Is bound to come and some time in the near future as far as Catholics are con cerned the church has issued no definite pronouncement on this topic and in places where the privilege of voting has been granted equally to both sexes members of the hierarchy have encouraged women to make use of the ballot With reference however to some other subjects and especially those that affect matri monial relations and social conditions all Christians irrespective of creed should entertain the same Views as does Mrs Froy Much of the degradation and do basement brought upon the most sacred of contracts 18 4dits inv JH small part to the Influence of the Irreligious and pagan Instincts and practices of woman without faith These more than others have robbed matrimony of the character given It by our Blessed Lord and preserved for it by his church If the stage and the street the dance hall and the bathing beach the salon and the school room present spectacles at times repulsive and Indecent upon whom rests the blame If conditions are moro deplorable now in certain quarters than they have ever been before in the memory of man to whom are they attributable If thero Is widespread criticism on the pan of those who still retain a few shreds of decency because of carnality In song dance and dress who have been the chief offenders In creating the decidedly pagan state of affairs Mrs Freys opinion seems to be sound and her conclusion that womens condition would lapse into paganism were the dqmands of thoIpromoters of the feminist movement realized Is well warranted by theIexperiences of the past few years ItIwould be well for Catholic womallII licod throughout the world to takIto heart the statement of the Hon I orary President of this newly formed league It would be well also for them and others to realize that it was not such agitation as Is now going on for suffrage nor such un bridled license in following the bout of passion or of pleasure as is current- nowaday9 i nor such utter disregard or decency conventionality and propriety as Is observable in streets lance halls and theaters that raised the sex from the mire In which it was wallowing in the garish days ofee i utilitarian paganism to the higher itnte where it was placed by ChrlsE ian virtue Christian practjce and a I Christian church- FINERTYS I I MONUMENT I The memory of Col John F Flntt rty soldierJournalist foremost imong Irish patriots of Chicago wasII onorea Saturday when many thousands r of his compatriots gathered at Jrands Park and witnessed the unveiling I by his daughter Miss Vera distance Flnerty of Charles J Tulllagns cast of a monument TO he famous IrishAmerican National f EC which will bo erected In a lEJlid1 ng park boulevard of Chicago Col a Inerty was celebrated In modern rlshAmerlcan politics and had served as Congressman during the reconstruction period following the civil war Chicago admirers of Col lnerty Including the irtembers of he Irish Fellowship Club and allla1 ocioties with Celtic jifflllatlons had selected August 15 Lady day as the I lollday event Is known in Ireland 1 md elsewhere throughout the world as the fitting date upon which to I celebrate the unveiling of the cast tint Saturday was chosen as the most I propitious data as being practically halfholiday In cHlcage I Cot FJnertys acHyltlefl in Chicago and elsewhere throughout the Unltpi f- Itates had long been recognized HP l first came into public notice in Chicago and the Middle ZVeat when he went WeetaII w war cqrrwipondept s n the employ of the Clhlcayo T1mw t o i c ho having enjoyed the confidence oj Wilbur F Storey the plctursequ editor of the Chicago Times who em him nCongressman ofGenf captureChicago creek Sask Returning uprisingsColIsm and later edited the Citizen the homesforces He enjoyed the friend ship of such men as Chance Stewart Parnell John Dillon Michael Davitt and contemporaneous characters who fought the battle for Irish liberty until Gladstone gave his powerful recognition to the cau- sePARUAMNT nl Ends Session With Ministry in a Stronger and Better Position i Liberals Weather Storm of MarI coni Scandal and Retain Control Reasons For Refusal to Exhibit at Coming San Francisco Exposition POLITICS WILL BE GIVEN A REST Hon T P OConnor M P re I viewing the political situation in Eng land cables that the end of the Parliamentary session leaves the Llb eial Ministry in as strong a position as at the beginning and much stronger than some weeks ago There were some moments so awk ward during the cyclone of the Mar ccnl scandal that even the most sanguine supporters of ithe Govern ment felt that the whole game was up and that some indiscretions however Innocent were going to drag down a powerful Ministry and sev etal great measures During thji terrible time LjoydGeorgo the mos active and popular force in the Lib oral ranks was paralyzed silent and nervous and grew dally thinner paler and older while the Liberals IIn the country saw approach with panic inegitabla election with the- elluallytinewitabledee at This being all passed away LloydGeorge filly restored to health and popular ity has already succeeded In work Ing up the masses to feverish hope and expectations of new land leglslar tlonThis session ends In almost a note of triumph For some weeks politics will be silent owing to the absence of all politicians and even the diffi cult and outstanding problems of the Eastern question can not keep the Foreign Ministers and Ambassadors from taking a rest This largely ac counts for a cessation even In Austria and Russia of the ardent campaign for a revision of the Bucharest treaty and the treaty wins the resignation rather than the acceptance of all Europe which is so tired that it can rot work or quarrel any more The action of the British Foreign Omee in refusing representation atI the San Francisco Exposition is re crded with mixed feelings especially among the Liberals and the Irish It la quite true that the impulse for such a refusal does not come from Panama but from the unwillingness of British manufacturers to send goods such a long distance at such xpense and with what they claim t ire such problematical results ItIappears that the desire to increase t trade by international exhibitions t has rather died out in England Anther t explanation of the attitude of I English manufacturers Is that trade t a so extraordinary brisk at this mo I nent that they grudge any division of time energy or money to anything I but filling their orders many of hem in great arrears Finally a 1 quarter of a million pounds sterling t seemed large in comparison with the 1 um voted by Washington There are 1 real reasons from a pure bunslness I point of view and business men ap t prove the attitude of the Govern t ment I But all the same men political hold 1 hat though business reasons thus r can be offered for the position of the Foreign Office the sum of a quarter if a million though largo Is worth 6 sacrificing rather than give the ap I icarance that England is sulking tt- over Panama The desire to avoid 1 any such misunderstanding may sug 1 Best some compromise later on such I Is a Governmental exhibit of produc I Ions of the British empire but such i project has not gone beyond mere 1 suggestion by unofficial Liberals as r yetaMOTHER PROVINCIAL J At a chapter held week before lasttIster M Margaret of St Josephs onvent Utica N Y was chosen c bother Provincial of the Order of d rjinclscan Sisters In the United thoyvaclflcestablished The election took place v n the mother house in Syracuse c- ilotherjl Margaret will betatibned t n Syracuse for an Indefinite period t Mother Margaret and her advisors b ire now considering the transfers to to made and other business of the s order Durln her term in office c he will vlsltevery school convent o ind 1opttarln charge of the Sister c other order a J f J t ts I VESTMENTS Worn During Sacrifice of tin Mass and What They Signify Church Has Retained Garment For Her Own Special Worship They itopresent Some Incident in Our Lords Sacrificial Sufferings ARE LOOKED UPON AS SACRED 0 The Council of Trent informs us that the vestments worn at mace were introduced by apostolic ordinance and tradition The Apostles purposetleat the time by Roman civilians of rank Thus for example our prose eDtday alb is the festival tunic worn empiredownturies the chasuble Is the cloak worn at the same period on Journeys or when walking When in the course of time ordinary attire underwent a complete change the church retained these garments for her own sacred worship They did not lose their original character but became the distinctive dress of the servants of the altar1 And when these garments were once adopted for liturgi cal services they were looked upon as sacred assumed a meaning In ac cordance with their use and were taken to represent some incident in cur Lords sacrlflcal sufferings The amlce was orglnally a cover lug for the head and shoulders It now represents the cloth with which the soldiers blindfolded Christ while ProphecyhoThe ayg a tunic or inner garment of linen once worn by Jewish priests and then by Christian priests from the earliest days It represents the white garment In which King Herod and his court mockingly clothed our Lord treating Him as a fool Its whiteness reminds the priest of the purity of conscience which should Adorn his life The girdle a linen or silken cord which gathers the alb at the waist was at first worn to prevent the sib from trailing along the groundItsignifies chastity and is now takxto represent the ropes with which the soldiers bound Jesus In the garden or the cords with which He was tied to the column for the scourging or the whips with which He WM iccurged The maniple a small silk ornament worn on the arm of the priest was originally used as a handkerchief Then it became a costly serviette for presenting or receiving anything be Ing folded over the left arm when it was not in actual use In the twelfth century Its use was restricted to the mass It now calls to mind the cords with which our Lord was bound The stole was once a piece of fine linen worn round the neck and used hy persons of rank for wiping the race and spread by women at prayer jver the head and shoulders falling round the body like a veil The stole I worn by ecclesiastics from the ourth century at least was bordered rlth streaks of purple and when In I curse of time its dimensions were ontracted these ornaments were r t alned as marks of honor while the t lain linen portions were cut away I ic that It was reduced to a band I hlch surrounded the neck and fell t lown below the knees on both sides t if the body It represents the crosstt ur Lord had to carry and denotes he white robe of sanctifying graoe t ilth which one must be clothed be n ore acquiring immortality The chasuble was originally the arment worn over the other clothes Ye can trace its use In the church ack to the beginning of the sixth entury It was then a very large estment completely covering the Body with only an opening at the top or the head In the eleventh cen t ury its shape was altered the slde elng opened to allow the priest ireater freedom In the use of hie ands This beautiful form of theihasuble is known as the Gothic itt i ias the only shape in use from the t seventh to the sixteenth centurion nd Is still used In many parts of 1 Europe After the sixteenth century he chasuble was still further reduced n size and was opened at the sides he chasuble represents the garments n which our Lord was clothed when le was derided as King of the Jews The colors now recognized by theroman liturgy are white red green urple and black each with its owntymbolical meaning 1 White is the symbol of puritY and oy light and glory White vesttentsare therefore appropriately r ed on feasts of the Blessed Trinity r our Lord when we are not directly t ommemorating his passion and cath of the angels and of such f tints as were confessors of the faithrFrglns penitents and widows It is t Iso the natural color for all feasts r hlch commemorate the sweet mom r ry of the Immaculate Virgin Mary j be flower of wondrous brightness 1 lie heavenly lily of resplendent eauty the spotless maiden Red symbolizes fire blood and the sitdenial of suffering Hence It IF t Red as the liturgical color for feasts i- r the Holy tthe Pasaion of hrlst the martyr Including the potties with the exception of St J tU John who indeed suffered all th pangs of martyrdom but whose chle 0f glory is the spotless purity thagained him the special friendship 01 his Master Green the color of nature II- t iin andIt t liftgreen is tho distinctive color of th andSpptuageslmawhich have no special festive or sor rowful character r Purple in the eyes of the church Is the type of penance humility earnest prayer and intense sorrow Hence It is prescribed for days of penance such as Advent Lent Vigils Rogation and Ember days for the sol dayAshSundayBlacknot of mosfittinglyla offices for the dead 10 II PICNIC An unusually good representation of the County Board delegates was present at the meeting of that Hiber atBertrandwere heard from the dfferAit divis tobeglvpnnextTuesdayTConnellYat the Interest being manifested Walter Cusick on behalf of Division 1 reported that they wee having n andPresldentTltpleted arrangements for tip handling cigarsJamesT Keaney reported that Dlvalon 2 would handle the Ice cream stand and would have a few volunteer lady workers to assist them President Hugh Hourigan of Division 3 stated that he had secured enough worker from his division to handle the b x office and gate so that there would be only a short stay on dutyfor each worker Thomas Lankan of Divis ion 4 reported that Collins or chestra had arranged a special pro gramme of Irish dance music which Included several oldfashioned quad rilles and breakdowns that are always a treat to young and 6W President John H Hennessy of DI vlHlon 4 appointed the following NtnyFreHennessy Joseph Kelly Jamts Fil burn John Callahan Leo Uellly and Thomas Farrell The Ladles Aux iliary have been rapidly selling their allotted amount of tickets and claim that they will outsell the members of the four mens divisions which is quite a boast and judging from this a banner Hibernian crowd is ex pected to throng the hull on next Tuesday eovnlng meeting old friends and acquaintances To quote a reg ular attendant at A O H affairs who paid the following neat tribute It seems that everyone kpows everyone else at Hibernian gather Ings and that more sincere friendship Is witnessed than at any other like affair Invitations have been ex tended to the city and county offi cials many haying already expressed their intention of being present in addition to many of the clergy HEARTILY WELCOSIETf Rev Francis Felten and Robert 1 Burke who were elected Grand Chaplain and Grand President of the- Y M I Atlantic Jurisdiction at Pittsburgh last week Dan J Hennessy who represented Trinity Council andI Llackin Council delegates were givenI sn enthusiastic reception at Macklns ueetlng Monday night Their reports tad the addresses of Father FeltenII Dr J A Casper and others evoked I hearty applause and stimulated a tew interest in the Y M I Besides he routine work plans were inaugur ted for the anniversary and other clebratlons which Indicate th there will be lively times at the club souse during the fall months A notable event will be the reception I and entertainment in honor of the irand officers delegates to the con cntlon and the three Falls City ounclls arrangements for which are t tow under way I CUSICIC THE TMEORt Martin J Cusick the well known tt- nercbant tailor has secured nice luarters in the new Stark building ourth and Walnut where he will lave a formal opening and exhibit L large stock of the latest and most t ptodate goods for mens wear t Incg his youth Martin Cualck has icon identified with the tailoring rade of Louisville and his roputa Ion us a cutter is nationwide Per j ome years past he has been head i If the firm of Cuslekr Kraemer f hlch has been dissolved by mutual t onsent In his new quarters he Is ertaln to continue his largo and sue a essful business WILL MAKE GOOD i The greater part of the time of the v leoting of Division 1 A 0 H c rues day night was taken up with t he Hibernian reunion and picnic toe given at Phoenix Hill Park next Tuesday President Tarpy occupied he chair and announced the duties isslgned the members of Division 1 vho responded that they would be n hero and mako good Vice Presirlent Daniel McCarthy reported the aunty Board proceedings and c irged the delegates to be present at ii he meeting to be held Wednesday Light at Bertrand Hall When the p outtno business had boon transacted t ntefesting talks were mnde bj t treasurer Thomas Keenan and Sec p etaries Walter Cusick and Joe Far a ell who pointed out the opportunity a iffered Division 1 and called upon a 11 members to tend their efforts to IIi make the reunion a success Chair J nan dleary main had no claims to- IeMl1tjleavlnga r nice sum to be lilaei d In the treasury c i J f- O Do 1 IWORK Office Yoar f 1 CAMPAIGN ii- t Progressive Committee Com posed of Former Democratic Beneficiaries A ExDemocrats Now Interested in Political Reform Admin istratioiis Col Callahan Now at the Head of McDermott Boom For Governor PFLANZ Alps PROGRESSIVES p f The local announcedtheExecutivecommittee election weriW M ofLhea l LabanPhelps StateSliUmornTyson thetIrereign for twentyseven years and four rears under Republican rule The withScottj4Haagerrule are expected to direct andmanage the Progressive campaign simply because savetinecity of Louisville from Democraticyrule which has degenerated so much since they were pulled away from the pie counter and It Is a continual mystery to the above patriotic gentlemen how the city machinery continues to go around and the tax payers prosper without their hand at f theHeraldpolitical articles as the Democrats who have been converted from the outforpromise of office In case of Progressive success Other aides to the Progressive campaign will be txPollce Capt Robort J Foster exSergt Sam Owens and several other exs of less celebrity SpringHillof Gubernatorial booms among hnm being Agricultural Commls8lyfSFJr L Newman and our own Edward 1 groomedbyrumored would contest the local c Congressional nomination with Kwagar Sherley next year but will probably be at the head of 1ov Mr tsthough9 political game Co Callahan cut his fintahed In 1911 for the Democratic State ticket attracting wide attention Judge Robert W Bingham is also be- Ing mentioned ns possible candidate for the Democratic Congressional nomination next year Coy Mc bigbarbpcuehis candidacy for the Senatorial nom ination which will be the feature race In next years August primary and the present Governor is endeavoring to form a winning combination arly In the race The PflanzFoster contest caso Is still engrossing the attention of local politicians and Judge Gordons decision in regard 10 the demurrer lied by Mr Fosters attorneys Is being awaited with interest In the meantime the Louisville Herald Is still advocating Mr Pflanzs cause toping thereby to secure campaign material for the Progressive party is the Herald in common with the Progressive leaders realises tthat heir ticket nominated recently Is entirely too light to attract the at J ention of the voters from any stand l mint Mr Pflanzs latest card has urther widened the breach between him and his former supporters who can see nothing in his contest but an effort ic Injure the Democratic party which has treated him so t clndly In the past he having been he recipient of honors at the partys land for the past twentyone years ind his plea for reform In elections comes a little late especially at the outcome of his first defeat In n party primary The Kentucky Irish American in common with other rlends of Mr Pflanz regrets his un vlsc step and has heard it unanlm insly commented that he Is making serious mistake in becoming anally of attempted wreckers of the party As stated previously this vas not the first election In which he participated inwhich thero vero evidences of corruption and it omes with bad grace at this par IcUlar time GARDEN PARTY AND SUPPEIt The ladles of St Brlgids parish Sa will give a two days garden party ext Tuesday and Wednesday on the thurch grounds Hepburn and Baxter avenue They will also servo an Idfashioned supper oil boUt eveh Igs from 5 to 8 oclock in the base went of the new church and haye repared a bill of fare that Is sure o please the inner man In addition 1 o the supper there will be a fine rogrammo of arausoirients and an J bundance of light refreshments of 11 kinds Those who attend arc sauced in advance a pleasant even 3 g by the members 6C Father rinsehs congregation who Nava a pltaUtYhecar Hnea r I t Vy r t I TUOKY YYT H A1 IEIa2Y0Al L 1- SFi2 1 II ivu G 1fIMERE6fiNBiYtMd la the Social and Moral Xdranceraeaeflt et Irish American and Cttiollci Officially dorBed by Aaclent Order of Hibernians Young Miens Institute and Catholic Knights of America I KENTUCKY h IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated PublUhari SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 56 Betrd1 ua Lrdlrm PHI ae btwedChu flatur AH reef all Cselauilcstlou to the KKNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Wet One St r LOUISVILLE KySATURDAY AUGUST 21913 4 CATHOLIC SCRIPTURES If there are any who really think that tho Catholic church forbids Ita members to read the Bible let them ask at any Catholic booksellers for a Catholic Bible Perhaps they areI unaware that the Bible has been transmitted to them by the monastii copyists of the ages before the print Ing press that the church has always striven to preserve the purity of the text and to encourage Biblical studies that Catholic vernacular versions preceded the Protestant and that selections from the Scriptures are read in church in the vernacular Catholic editions must also have the approval of a Bishop as a safeguard against errors of translation and comment FOLLOW THIS ADVICE It will soon be school time Tin vacation days will be over in lesi than two weeks The serious matter of seeing to the education of UK hearts and minds of boys and girls young non and young women willI confront parents and guardians Dont make tho mistake of letting any consideration tempt you to send those In your care to a nonCatholic school In our day and age whore and how and by whom a child is educated Is more important than evor Bend them where their hearts and souls will get consideration as well as their mental development This Is the advice given by ono of our exchanges and it would be profitable to Catholics If they followed It in spirit and letter NO CATHOLIC PARTY Archbishop Keane of Dubuque speaking on Sunday at the Federa tion convention in Milwaukee de clared that Catholic have no Inten tion whatsoever to form a politics jja r We have no friends to reward andHo enemies to punish so as to make us flock by ourselves in the pursuit of self Interests We do not desire to be separated from the great body of American citizens We are free to be Democrats Republicans or N Progressives every one according to his own convictions and we are per fectly free to follow out any purely political principle or policy now be fore the American people without lot or hindrance from anybody In the few matters which involve faith or morals we should be guided by Oath olic principles but In the wide field of public affairs entirely secular every Catholic may do and vote as he himself thinks to be best for trio public welfare We want noj athollc party and we hope that there willl by no Methodist party no Hebrew party no denominational party of any kind We Americans should tot split up on religious lines The eon stitution requires that there shall be no religious test for public office The religious line therefora should not be drawn for or against anyone Tho question to be asked about can didates should be these only Is he competent Is he trustworthy Whether he is a Baptist or a Presby terlfln a Mason or a Knight Templar a member of the Bnal Brith or a member of the K C should not be naked The principles of civil aria religious liberty should be observed and enojyed by all American citizens SENSIBLE Miss Minnie Bronson noted for her womanly sense discussing the Question Is woman suffrage a healthy thought expresses the be lief that a large proportion of thoseI who advocate woman suffrage do soI because they regard it as part ot a general political progress the lastI stage in a democratic form of gov ernment and to any one who does not allow herself to think what Is Involved in the assertion that woman is entitled to the franchise because man has secured It this view SEems sufficient for a whole hearted sup port of the cause But before such a t stupendous governmental change as woman suffrage Is accepted as a part of progress and democracy It Is wise to determine first whether It Is pro gressive In a beneficent sense of the word whether It may not be diverging Instead of progressing even though It may seem to be merely the extension of a part already tried AIM If a political principle whether democratic or not carried to Its logical conclusion lands women In a state of society which would not be it Hood state of society then the i principle even If democratic had II batter not be earned to such a een elMtoa 15 other words confining ygHttipai roobitk name and intention of progress and democracy does not establish that proceeding as salutary It is quite possible that the extension of th franchise to women with all that it Implies may have such far reaching consequences thatthoy will eon day stampede back on their track i1In an effort to undo what they hav done in a blind pursuit of progress RESUID NOT FEARED I Honest Protestants should take the Catholic church at what she professes to be In her authoritative con ffrslons not try to make her out what she is not We judge ot the law of the land by Its statutes lWe oven take its own tribunals Interpretation of these statutes Why then controvert the teaching of tho Catholic church from any but her CAvn sources She does not deceive she does not want to conceal any thing she can give a reason and the best of reasons for her faith Why then take the testimony of her ene nes about her and why in decency name permit the weeds she has thrown from her garden to speak for her life teachings or aspirations IIt is not fair Protestants want tto be fair we think Let them only consider this honest Invitation then and examine what the iCatholii church is honestly We do not lea tfe result These declarations made by our neighboring contemporary the Christian Year Ire truthful end deserve widespread publicity for the good they will effect There Is good reason to believe that Germany will not be biased by Englands action in refusing to exhibit at the Panama Exposition This belief is based on the fact that al ready many German manufacturers have given assurance that they will take part with exhibitsI With Us last issue the Toledo Record began its ninth year and congratulations are extended Man ager and Editor James Nolan The Record has well deserved the liberal support accorded it which should continue and Increase There was a large atten lance hall the Catholic churches In Louis ville on the Feast of the Assumption which shows that our people are Im bued wjth the true spirit qf religion Last Sunday Cardinal llampoila passed his seventieth birthday GARDEN PARTY WITH SLPlEK The ladles of the parish ot the Sacred Heart Retreat will give a de lightful garden party with euchre lotto and good oldtime country supper next Tuesday afternoon and evening at the residence of Mrs Boone Gardiner at Bardstown road and Gardiner lane where the Kan lucky nurseries have hen thrown open to the Passlonlst fathers and their friends Euchre and lotto will be played at 4 and 8 oclock and many valuable prizes will be award ed There will be good music and other amusements In plenty to entertain both young and old Any one who enjoys a trip to the country with the prospect of good company and a bounteous supper to make the evening pleasant will do well to attend this garden party Tuesday Take the Jefferson car to the city limits where automobiles and other onveyances will take visitors to the eautiful grounds All friends of the Sacred Heart Retreat and the lew school are cordially invited and promised a good time BUSINESS TRAINING Creagers Business School Second and Breckinrldge though not an old school takes rank with Louisvilles cost proficient educational Institutions Parents who have sons or daughters seeking a business education will find here taught tho latest and most widely approved methods Prof Croager offers courses In lookkeeplng penmanship rapid calculation the adding machine spell lng shorthand typewriting correspondence filing letterpress work duplicating and other commercial ubjects Pupils may take all or as many of these subjects as desired anI have the privilege ot paying lonlhly without being bound by ontracts Creagers graduates have attained conspicuous positions in the business community and their suo cess is that schools highest recommendation iProf Creager has prepared lor a considerable enrollment this season and will conduct both day and night sessions throughout the year CAMMED ON WILSON John J Barry editor of the New Haven Echo who has been spending the past ten days in Washington was caller on President Wilson on Wednesday He was accompanied by epreeeatatlve Ben Johnson and hadI Cite a lengthy Jrleadly conference Wiltfc the preekteat u s c ti J aaeeewaCOMING EVENTS Ancient Order of Hiber nians Annual reunion and picnic Phoenix Hill Park Aug ust 26 St Briglds Garden and supper party August 2627 on church grounds- Church of Our LadyLawn- fete church grounds Thirty fifth and Rudd August 2627 Hospital Lawn Festival For Sts Mary and EHzabath Hospital on hospital grounds August 27- Trinity Council Excursion to Mammoth Cave August 31 Catholic Knights of Amer ica Excursion to Jasper Ind via Southern Railway 31 Church of St AugustII AssisiAll day picnic ner on church grounds BardStown road September 3 NtN V4NSNNKt 11011 N1Y rsBiT71 Mrs J T Fitzgerald Is spending some time at Hardin Springs Mrs Henry Pasllck Deer Park has gone to Chicago fora visit with Mrs C E Braun Lawrence Haming left Sunday for a ten days visit with relatives at Albemarle Ky Miss WJnnifred OConnor has returned from a weeks trip to Niagara Falls and Toronto Mrs Charles Fontana 2622 Bank street was last week the guest of relatives in Chicago Will J OConnor was last w=ek a vJtltor in New York City the guest of the Hotel McAlphln I Henry J Michael Jr will return Monday from a two weeks season crest at Olympian Springs I IMrs Frank Fife Denmark avenue has as her guest for the week Mrs W Haley of Covington I IMiss Theresa Hogan was a recen visitor in Indianapolis the guest of Mr and Mrs Jeremiah Hogan I IIr and Mrs John A Doyle left Thursday noon for a trip to New York and other Eastern points Attorney Clem W Hugglns and his mother have gone to Olympian Springs for a stay of two weeks I I IMisses Mary McCann and Rosannt McCann are spending a month at Athertonvllle visiting their father Miss Virginia Cowan of Daytor Ohio Is here visiting her aunts the Mlcses ONeill West Brecklnridge street Mrs Joe App and Miss Irene ConI wily of Parkview left Sunday for Detroit to visit Mr and Mrs Edwin Bowser Mrs Michael Higgins of Oakdale Is eepnding two weeks visiting friends Ellzabethtown NoUn and Lebanon JunctionI1806 Frankfort avenue have re turned from a visit to relatives in Cincinnati Misses Llllie anti Kate Casey who have been in New York for a stay at the Hotel McAlphln are expected home today Mrs Julia Owen of Indianapolis returned home this week after a visit here as the guest of Mr and Mrs Patrick Owens Miss Irene Niooulln returnedhome lust week from St Mary of the Knobs Iud where she had spent the first half of the month Mr and Mrs John J Flynn West roadway win leave next week fir ai trip to Atlantis City NewYork anti other Eastern points Mr and Mrs Owen Sullivan and familY of Cherokee road left this teek to spend the remainder of the t ummer at West Baden Springs Misses Anabel Curran and Mary 10e Sullivan and Owen Sullivan Jr or Cherokee road are home from a ellghtful visit to Mammoth Cave Mrs Joseph Kestler of Jefferson rUle spent last week at St Mary of the Woods near Terre Haute visiting er daughter Sister Mary baurlna Mr and Mrs J C Murphy and aughtera Misses Honor Benita and tennis have returned from a three weeks stay at Sweet Sulphur Springs 11 Virginia Miss Josephine Schmuck has been the guest of the Misses Gertrude and Lorena Schmuck at Cannelton where r number of social affairs were given In her honor Sister Alexia Superior of St lichaols Convent returned this week to the East after visiting her parents Mr and Mrs T OSulllvan Seventh streetIIDr W B Hendrlcks Henry Nadorf- d wife J 0 Holllhan Miss Minnie r ay Christ and Miss Julia Deckel of this city have been spending the fleek at White Mills Miss Mamle Brennan of vVt Chestnut street and cousin Miss JuUa Dnunmy of Lexington are spending a two weeks vacation at I French LIck Spring t Miss Elsie McDermott of Dumes I nUstreetI and Miss Bessie Icler- 1jtt of Portland spent a pleasant lIeek as the guests of MrsWA- rnold at Flora Heights 1 SI T Larkin of Nest Jefferson itt- Btret has Just returned from a I u1t I vl to Pittsburgh where hp win nut g iert of his coasts Right Fez J t ONE DOLLAR atmonth keep you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection Regis Canevln Bishop of the Pitts I burgh diocese and other relatives Mrs Norah Donley whovl ltedher sister Mrs William Mandlehr has returned to her homo at Frankfort accompanied by JUss Aline Donle and Miss Mary Mandlehr Deputy Sheriff iD J Heffernan and wife and daughter Miss Catherine Grimes Heffernan and Dennis Hotter nan Jr left Sunday for a two weeks sojourn at Grayson Springs Thomas Tarpy ftnd wife left Wednesday for Vevay Ind to par ticipate In thecentehnlal h111 COm ing there and visit the friends and scenes of the tatters childhood days Misses Mary and Nellie Flnegan will leave tomorrow on a visit to their sister Mrs Peter Jennings who is located at Lake Cormorant Miss They expect to bo gone about two weeks Miss Nettle MeGulre ot West Chestnut street and her nieces Misses Mary and Rose McGulre of 823 Gray street are home from a two weeks stay at Prospect and in countryMrs J Gathof accompanied by her son Sylvester Gathof who has been spending the summer with her daughter Mrs Albert C luau at Covington is expected to arrive home today Misses Marcella OConnor art Blanche Carr who are now visiting friends In Norfolk will mako a trip to Atalntlc City New York and TicsI ton before returning home about September 1 I Miss Katherine Sullivan of this city and Miss Helen Gibbs of New Albany have been honor guests at a number of social affairs at Frank fort where they have been spending a couple of weeks Mrs William WoJfonberger and daughters Misses Birdie May and Margaret Wolfenberger 734 South Twentyfourth street have returned from Bowling Green where the have been spending the summer I Among the sojourners at Grayson Springs the past week wore Sheriff A M Emler and wife and daughterI H H Emler A M Emler Jr Mr and Mrs J Houlihan and Misses Mar garet and Ethel Gordon Mary Egan I LoulsI and sou Marshall Gathof who have I been spending the summer at Cnssa Blnuca the beautiful country home of Mrs Charles E Marshall on the Kentucky river are expected to return to the city not later than Sep tember 1 REEFS ASHOST The Louisville and New Albany delegates to tho Grand Council convention of the Y M T held at Pittsburgh last week are loud in their praises of P H Keefo former Grand President who did the honors for the visitors and saw that they wore entertained every minute dur ihg their stay and personally escorted them to thO great Heinze plant Forbes Field ball park and other places of Interest and the slogan of the local boys IB that nothing is too good for Keefe when he visits Louis ville Dr James Casper who wan one of the delegate from Mackin Council states that before his next trip out of town he Intends to Join Ute A 0 H as his experiences in Pittsburgh convinced him that U r Hibernians are the first nerd In hospitality GOOD WOMAN GONE Mrs Martin Doolan one of the oldest residents of Limerick and ai doneer member of the Dominican church died Wednesday evening at he family residence 719 West St Catherine street after a short ill ness Beloved by her neighbors ind fortified by the sacraments of the church of which she was a faith rul member Mrs Doolan pacsed to I her eternal reward after a well spent Christian life mournod by the ninny who know her Besides her husband she is survived by three daughters Mrs John J Toomev Mrs John C tell and Miss Mary Uoolan The uneral took place from St Louis tertrands church yesterday morning at 830 with Interment In St Louis cemetery INTERESTED IX PIOl mIDivision 3 A 0 H held a largely attended meeting last Monday evening with President Hugh Houri gan In the chair Much interest was manifested In the reunion and picnic to be given by tho ordor at Phoenix Hill Park next Tuesday and tho fol t wing list of representatives from vision 3 will have charge of the box office and gate John P Price chn O Hession Thomas Noohe P t T Sullivan John J Hesslon Jr 1 homas Stevens and Hugh Hourigan s Ihe Investigating Committee re ported favorably on two candidates and three applications for membership werp received FONTAINE FERRY FEATURES The excellent vaudeville bill theii i Dimming pool free open air banett concerts and other features continue t- to draw large crowds dally to Fonctalne Ferry Park Homecoming va tlonlsts are thronging this popular pleasure resort and augmenting the I1 tendance Manager Bilger will r rnake the closing weeks the best of- the most successful season the Ferry as ever experienced FORESTRY IE Is The value of the work the Govern iI 1 but has been doing for the erva s Ion of the national forests IB foecom s g generally known and appreciated ventytwo State ls lu ng Hawaii t- iw employ State for a TRANSYLVANIA EN Canada GenlI Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building MUSIC UNDER AUSPICES OF THE and A O Phoenix Hill Park Aug 26 1913 10 CTS GAYETY TH EAT E1 One Week Commencing Sunday Xatlni Last Seasons Big Success Talk iof Louisville The Call of the HearB- Y LETA VANCE With the Same AllStar Cast Headed by the Popular John Nicholson and Ann Hamilto PRICES Sunday Matinee lOc 26c aic and 60c Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Matinees 1000 seats at 25c NIghts lOc 26c 35c 60c and 76c Next Week Lavendar and Old Lace ONTAINEFERRTHE Xtragbod VaudevilL 1 1 Dc Free Concerts by Natiellos Ban DIG POOL Entirely sanitary Fresh running water KNIGHTS OP 1 I Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Elsewhere An initiation has strengthened the council at Esbon Kan About 125 are expected to tnk the fourth at E1 Reno on Sunday October 12 Great preparations are being mall for the Oklahoma State convention at EI Reno on October 13 Positive announcement has bee made that the fourth degree will bi exemplified in Cincinnati on the first or third Sunday in October Hon James Manahan of Minne apolis Congressman at large from Minnesota Is a Knight of Columbus He never before held public office Forty candidates were piloted over the road that leads to Knighthood last Sunday at Jonesboro Ark where a new council was instituted WELCOME VISITOR I Jerry Walsh formerly of this city but for many years past holding iII esponslble position in the Government Printing Office at Washington tas a caller at the Kentucky Trial erlcan office on Wednesday He- 1as en route to the nations capita Dotter a visit with his brother Attor ley Thomas Walsh to their old home ill Indiana Appearances Indicate bat Washington life agrees with Jerry who looks hale and hearty and- no older than when he set type in Loulsv111eln the eighties BOTH BARRYB HOME John J Barry the local Democratic cadcr and brother Ed Barry our popular County Assessor and their amilles returned today from a two weeks stay at Dawson Springs where this popular duo of bothers went to ecuperate after their strenuous work In behalf of George Schlegel for the County Assessor nomination In the recent primary GOES TO NEBRASKA Sister Mary Raymond of the Dominican order who has been here during the vacation period left Tues day for Hastings Neb where she taught school last year Before en ring the convent Sister Mary Ray lond was Miss Anna Hines and Isn aughterof Mr and Mrs Thomas H lines of South Sixth street whore many of her girl friends called hn ler during her stay LAWN FETE Monday and Tuesday evenings bere will be a lawn fete on the urch grounds Twentyseventh and hestnut for the benefit of St harles Borromeo cnurch of which he Rev Charles P Raffo is pastor rhe ladles of the congregation will rye supper each evening from 5 to I oclock Yhose who attend will srtalnly spend an enjoyable evening LOOK OUT FOR THEM The Kentucky Irish American find again call to the attention ts readers that any person or per ms who go around soliciting alms or charitable purposes should have edentlals from the Bishop or Vicar eneral granting them permission to 10 so Several homes have been vied recently by solicitors whose rep isentations remain unverified MIDSUMMER FESTIVAL The ladles of the Altar Society of it James church will give a mid mmer festival on the grounds of iwrence Kellner next Wednesday ternoon and evening with euchred lotto In the afternoon at 3 and p the evening at SAn elegant I itch upper will b4 served through tt the afternoon and evening Then no J CASUALTY INSURANCE BY Y M I TO L 3 N 31 Rt Fare and Cave Fee co DANCING ANNUAL REUNION AND PICNIC County Board Ladies claxttiary fO Tuesday REFRESHMENTS TICKETS MATINEESTUC Nic- wSWIMMING COLilBl Third Annual Excursion GIVEN TRINITY COUNCIL MAMMOTH CAVE VIA SUNDAY AUGUST 1913 1550 Round Trip Which Includes ilroad Dinner Tickets now on sale at Louisville Nashville Ticket Office Train leaves Union Station Tenth and Broadway at 9 A M Returning arrsves at 1015 P M- HOSPITAL FESTIVAL Benefit Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital On Hospital Wednesday 27 AFTERNOON AND EVENING ManyAmusement 59 On Guard Your Money Guarded Interest The interest and all that a part of your weekly 1 earnings would soon amount to in this safe old daysforgood paying investment or start you in a business of your own Bring us regularly a part of your earnings and I we will pay you interest on it compoundedevery six months until you are ready to use it For 59 years we have been faithfully safeguarding the peoples money andwe offer you the same protection under the direct supervision of the State of Kentucky A dollar deposit starts you Begin today It it what you save that counts German Insurance 207211 W Market Street Between 2ndand 3rd HC WaIbel Pru A P Wielder VIce Pro- cRohuuCaahiei1 Edmund RappAMtCuli John E HuKn Mgr Savins Dept JrAlfredHemy C Waited A P Wfckler 550 II Grounds August Years On Bank TRY A GALLON OlP OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAMVan- illa Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198ITHE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY grounds are located on the Bards town road near Buechel CATHOLIC ATHLETES The great International Catholic athletic society meet which will be apart of the ConstanUnlan celebration- In Rome will be held on September 88 Twelve nations will berepre BMltedby about 10000 athletes who l 11b8 received In peclal audience by the Holy Father n CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cot Third and Oreen Sts w We furnish the home corn plate om aasy payments WAtCALLA8HAN Mzr Sams U- F IrIIKENTUQK StRYSII AMERXOAN IDOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 822 AND EMBALMERSII Finest H1 1111 1 111111 11111 t THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer CITY 1221 MARKET I1I1I1 r 11111111 S r 111111 Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriage Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETm HTELEPHONE 81O t t t t t t t t s++ iIx I I II I ttrtF DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers xtoTi PHONES Climb Main 290Sn Home City zoos j 0111011111111110 + 111 1111 0110101 111 + 1111111 OL- DFORTUNArBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS Jo I ++ tl11 1111IS IIIIIIISJlII11111IJolJo + + FINE WINES AL K1OLB AGNmSII 323 West Green Street LIQUORS OIGAHS t+111111 r l 1 11 1 1 1 lIlt 1 r 1 I S I 1 1 I 1 I I 1 I I I 11 1 I I 1 1 1 Hoo o oo + oo + i DR J T CHAWK- x Veterinary Infirmary ttf 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET f TelejAwsCenb S 2991 Home City 2399 X WMHMC + 066 44Er4 oooo 4 + BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Bj 11 = All the late and saw Styles and Shape pricesCanandaee HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dbtillert and Wholesale Put n In Brands oflC a tacky Whtaktes especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN FON- DTwtlMlr M4MKHStMi7 Jr 11111 TELEPHONE 365 WEST ST 1111111 H Jo H n + JuJo i + H BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- ieleotroPa Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both PbJMes 223 sitsI you fcay aa snoM1o t tkat will prepare h m fer life ST XAVIER COLLEdfe- 1U W BtMAway IrtiUrrlll JCy JkillerCIcPr arWrr DtLarge wtmMir K3TtrII B IM Hr taM VMM ahiwete JMSU ifrr n f PRIOR ON VACATION Very Rev Father T S McGover prior of St LouIs Bertrands churcb left Monday evening on a visit to hi mother in New York City where h expects to remain for about ten day FROM OVER TIlE POND Leo Henegan ot Bradford En land arrived in Louisville the firs cf the week and is the guest of hi cousin Col toe P McGinn 613 WeB Chestnut street He is a young ma and has a number of other relative whom be will visit while there II1UIUiE OUT AGAIN J Hunter Burke the attorney is able to be out again after a four weeks illness of appendicitis though still rather weak from the effects cf the operation performed at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital SOJOURNING AT MARTINSVIKLE Roger Nohalty leader of th Democracy in the West End let Wednesday for Martlnsvllle Ind where he will enjoy atwo weeks season of rest and recreation READ FIRST MASS The Rev Father John P Stoesser ft native of New Albany and a nephew of Jacob and Herman Fein o tnat city who has just been ordalnecd for the Catholic priesthood celebrated his first mass last Sunday in St Aloysius church Chicago Jacob Felt and his brother the Rev Father H Fein of Armstrong Ind went Chicago to be present and receive ycung priests blessing DOWN IN ALABAMA James Riley Will OKcefe and William L Hines left Sunday for Mobile Ala where they will be employed for a couple of weeks on tariff reports for the Interstate Commerce Commission In keeping with the sentiment of the popular song they left on The Midnight ChooChoo That Leaves for Ala bam PLAN GREAT STATE FAIR Chairman J W Newman and Secretary J L Dent have Issued the programme for the Kentucky State Fair to be held In Louisville from September 15 to 20 From the number of entries already rncelved and the interest manifested throughout the State this will be the greatest and most successful fair ever held in Kentucky Every day and night has been made special and Friday September 19 will be IrishAmerican night with William J OHern as Chairman COLONELS GO AWAY After this afternoons game with Indianapolis the iLoulsvllle team will begin practically another swing around the whole circuit with the exception of three games at home on September 2 3 and 4 with Toledo Tomorrow the Colonels play in Toledo going from there to Colum bus and Indianapolis in turn then comes the three games at home and then a visit to Kansas City Mil waukee Minneapolis and St Paul in succession this being their last trip abroad they then coming home Sep tember 19 to play their final series with the fQur Western clubs Mil waukee closing the season here Sep tember 29 It Is practically a certainty that the Colonels will finish in the first division this being a pleasing reversal from the last three years and Owner Wathen has more than made good with the fans who have witnessed a high class article of ball by a team that did not quit until the last man was out and the appreciation of the fans has been shown by their splendid attendance which will compare favorably With cities of the major leagues with even larger populations I GRATIFYING STATISTICS Several gratifying facts regarding the condition of Ireland are contained in the report of the RegistrarGeneral for Ireland for 1912 They are stated as followsLowest annual death rate for Ireland since 1871 viz 1646 per 1000 Lowest annual death rate from tuberculous disease on record viz 215 per 1000 Increase of 1102 in population In the middle of 1912 there being 1102 more births than deaths and emigrants during tho year Decrease In Infant mortality from 94 Tier 1000 births In 1911 to 86 per 1000 in 1912 This is the lowest infant mortality recorded for Ireland The marriage rate in Ireland dur ing 1912 was 531 per 1M0 of the population being a decrease of 004 compared with 1x911 the birth rate was 23 per 1000 of the population being 02 lower than that of the preceding year The percentage of per sons who married under age Is far below the corresponding percentage in England and Scotland DOING HEROINES WORK The Hon Albarla Brodrick sister of Viscount Middleton is doing a heroines work among the peasantry of Kerry She Is living Jn a district twenty odd miles from the railroad and unprovided with a hospital Some time ago she began the con struction of a hospital but although she fold her own furniture chinn and jewelry she had to stop opera tions for lack of funds She made a public appeal for money which has now enabled her to resume her work Unlike some organizers who live on the fat of the laud through their charitable operations Miss Brodrick has reduced her living ex penses to the smallest possible sum HERO TO BE HONORED Rev James 4F McNary pastor of Ft Marys church Hamilton Ohio IB among those recommended by the Ohio Humane Society for medals because of heroic conduct during the floodJ last March STAND CLOSED There are 106 males to eery 100 females ln the limited ltatse IrTheRebuildinges Cutprice Clearance Sale Gives You n 9 s Mens 15 and 1- 8Suits I fort e 10 at t LEVYS toTHIRD AND MARKET SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I3- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice President Daniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu fckIFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far reUTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArns Henry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will iams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefe Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresIdentHugh Hourlgan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial SecretarYJohn J Hes eion Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Stree- tPresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresIdentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J jangan Recording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far enSentlnelM J McDermott Y AOL Jl MAOIQN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank O Adams First Vice PresldentGeo Thorn tonSecond Vice PresidentJohn J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording Secretary John R BarryCorresponding9ecretary Harry ff Klbbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat 4air FOR WOMANS EYE The fashionable figure shows tlje normal waistline A great deal of crochet work Is being used Just now Sashes are the mode and more for they are used on everything Lace tunics may be regarded as theory latest of fashions caprices Pale blue tulle veils are very much worn by women of rich complexions Ruchtngs of all sorts for the adorn ment of the neck retain their popular ity l Buttons seem to be the predomin ating note In waists for early fall wearThe pretty frou frou petticoat made of light transparent materlaiet still holds favor The wearing of dainty underwear Is a refinement practiced by the con noisseur In the art of dreHats with figured tulle crowns and upstanding brims of Cbantllly lace are among the prettiest now seen For youthful faces there are shown some darling sailor hats made of light tulle light shades always being selected The forecast from Paris IB that styles are to change but slightly and there Is to be nothing sensational In the coming modes Black and irhlteohtekd ooe umfi trimmed with red are for the moment among the bt liked tailor clothe and we pVMty aria tUt 0 CONGRESS IN LOURDES Official notice has been receive that the International EucharJstl Congress will be held in Lourdes nex year REPLICA OF VATICAN SanFranciscoknown as the Vatican and will be a replica of it t msnop onuiEV Right Rev Mgr M J OBrien oftetarborotheSacredouWednesdI Apostolic Delegate to Canada WORLDS RECORD YorkIrishAmerican atCelticclxtcenpound hammer a distance of 189 feet 6 Inches establishing a eventThewas made by the Olympic and worlds champion Mtttt McGrath October 29 1911 KAISER GIVES PlLlJT The Kaiser has Just added to his numerous benefactions to the church In the gnlrlcent CollegIate tchopenal gift was inaugurated In thepresence of numerous clergy and representatives of the various civil authorities The pulpit is of multi thdesigndistinguishedGerman with the historic edifice in which thirty chiefs of the Holy Roman Em- pirel have been crowned STARTS FOR VIENNA Frederick Courtland iPenfield of Germantown Pa is on his way to Vienna where he will hold down the position of Ambassador to Austria from the United States I want to make myself liked by the Austrian Hungarian people he said before sailing I want to represent tho United States with honor and dig pity and with the best Interests of both the great nations at heart byPresIdentas Consul General at Cairo his con sular reports were literary gems and he was the first diplomat to attempt style in dishing up his reports SINISTER ADVICE The exploits qf the Industrial Workers of the World in Paterson hopfieldsances in which their leaders glory are giving that organization a spe- cIes of celebrity which when the American people become thoroughly likelytovery enjoy it Their profession is love objectIsthey hate our American institutions and would destroy them if they could While they claim that their only concern is to benefit the toiling masses even trade unionism in its conventional form seems to be n antipathyThe IWthan by reference to the amazing Englishleaderducting an agitation In Paterson N platform their sympathizers he warned his hearers not to expect to derive any advantagesfromleaders and sympathizers to places legIslative sold they begin to think like other persons in power and they never help the cause of labor The worst of the Anarchists in cluding Johan Most and Emma Gdld man never offered more Incendiary counsel than this Its plain mean organl1e out the law and against the law In stead of within the law and through the law In this country the one orderly and dependable reliance for the remedy of existing evils is the ballot But this English firebrand urges his hearers to discard this re liance That is what his admonition amounts to When he advises his hearers not to elect their representa tives to legislative bodies he con demns and rejects the only peaceful agency we have In this country for executing the popular will and es tablishing political and social re forms The alternative of course is brute force Thus Tom Mann writes himself downas a deliberate fomenter of violence and champion oi anarchy The American people will not patiently endure very much of that kind of talk WHAT PAT THOUGHT A traveler was boasting vo an Irishman about the speed of English trainsWhy Pat said thQ traveler we run our trains so last that the telegraph poles look like n continu ous fence Do they now said Pat Well sir I was wan day on a train in 1fieldthen wan of cabbage and then a large pond of water we were goln that fast I thought it was broth I RAISIN BREAD Four cups flour four teaspoons baking powder onehalf teaspoon salt one cup sugar three eggs one anti onehalf cups of milk onehalf package seedless raisins Sift flour baking powder salt ami sugar soy eral times then stir In raisins Add mills and eggs to flour baking pow der sal sugar and raisins and bake one hour in a slow oven IHHVIjBAp f fenialeathan rakey V FRANK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlersl OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried It Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE I Curb b Phone West 191omePhone 1913 THE WIEDEMANN f INCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers 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SOUTHERN RAILWAY I SUNDAY AUGUST 3i4 1913II UNDER AUSPICES CENTRAL COMMITTEE C K OF A STAR BASEBALL GAME Kruscs Kentucky Highlanders vs Kunkcls Indiana Jasperines 15O ROUND TRIP TICKETS150CHILDREN HALF FARE Train leaves Union Station Seventh and River at 730 A M Sharp Ball Game at 230 on Jasper College athletic grounds x HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doinjt the Pat Week General News Notes The National Hoard convened Wednesday at Atlantic City 1 Our last report was that th are Improving and hope to be it t1e reunion next Tuesday With all the auxiliary members working for the coming reunion 1 Its success is doubly assured Our order hag been fortunate free from Illness among Its metnbe during the recent heated weather The Hibernians and Ladles Am lllary of Portland Ore will gather tomorrow at Crystal Lake Park for their annual reunion County and division omcers should assist County President Welsh in the work of compiling the history of the order in Kentucky Division 7 of Minneapolis wl give a literary entertainment anI Irish dancing contest for the benefit of the ProCathedral fund For the purpose of swelling Ufelr building fund the Hibernians of Manchester N II will hold a grnnd carnival the last week in October Rev Peter A Butler ot SUso was given a farewell reception bY tl Ladles Auxiliary of Providence 1 n I before his departure for Irelan Every division can boost 1 Ib treasury by the sale of tickets for tthe Phoenix Hill reunion This Is alf opportunity offered all members 0 do something for the order Hibernians of Rice county Mini had a successful harvest festival at Shieldsvillo Celtic aporlsnnll games baseball game and hon races featured the programme Sioux City employers of pica i tf Irish birth or extraction gave them a half holiday so that there might b a large attendance at the Hlnornli celebration at Riverside Park Members of Division 1 had a hearty greeting for Martin J Oalr on his return from French TlcJt Springs where he spent two weoles and greatly benefited his health Hibernians throughput tie city will regret to learn of the report t Illness of Thomas Shelley a pIoneer member of the order and Thom Lawler former Treasurer of Division Division 1 of New Albany held iits annual picnic Wednesday at Ole wood Park With ouchrp dancing tad other amusements features there was a large attendance and good Uqle for everybody Hudson county which include Jersey City has twentysix divisions Now Jersey Hibernians concur with the GermanAmerican Alllanc for the formation of a State organ anon that will include all tho Irish American and GermanAmerican cletles throuhgout the Stato Misses Katie Noaln Fannie Kennedy Maggie Hourlgan Bertha ICing Mary Corcoran and Mrs Dan Dough orty and Mrs James Bennett of the Ladies Auxiliary will form the Executive Committee from that society for the Hibernian reunion They are doing effective work and some surprises may be looked for The ODea history of the order will be a most valuable publication The Intention is to have a complete record of the order in every State in ths Union from the time first founded until the present date This Is ia jreat work but Mr ODea is equal to the task Officers and member can greatly assist him by furnishing lata and statistics CLOSES PICNIC SEASON The people of St Franclii of Assls arish are busy preparing for the 11day picnic the last of tho sea Bon to be given on September 3 on be spacious grounds surroundlni their church on tthi Bardstowii road gar Douglas boujevarll There will io pares and races also a fish pond to timuse the shldrcn an apron booth candy wheel and other attractions for the grown people An excellent dinner and a good chicken upper will be served by tho ladles- of the parish who have the reputation of serving meals on such occasions that are unsurpassed All I servedIdmlalon will be free and everybody Rnd their family will be welcome The Jefferson street and Uard town road cars pass the grounds TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council had ft good meet Inr Monday night and the members resent manifested interest and en lustasm when C Edward Mueller sported the proceedings of the AT iiitlc jurisdiction convention held In Pittsburgh In the absence r- Vir Ecker and James B Kelly the acting was called to order and rre Rldld over by Vise President Henry Drles1evernl interesting raportrj were submitted especially fiat of- thlt committee having charge of the ammoth Cave excursion which pre dieted that this will eclipse all pre ious trips in point of attendance id management A meeting of this coramittee was called forTVeiJnpjday illgbt when arrangements wer con cludJd for refreshments on tho rape tlalttrain asA all minor det lbi1et- rededI t 11311 I- Ic n j jii f iL ft TWIN CITY LEAGUE Old Jupiter Pluvius Interfered with the schedule of the Cathottc Baseball League last Sunday caus ing the stoppage of all games after one or two innings had been play tIncluding tomorrows games only four scheduled games remain and it appears from the present outlook thnt Capt Cleggs Champions will repeat last years performance In capturli the pennant flag their consistent playing entitling them to that honor The four leaders will meet tomorrow and the result may make quite ian upset in the first division while the same state of affairs exists in tho second division The Champions wUl play the Kentucky Oaks Shamrocks 7111 meet tiie Spring Banks these tour being first cjlvlslon teams whUp the Bruins vs Athletics and the Hep burns vs Cadets will fight for honor8 In the lower halt of the standing all games to be played at Shawnee Park Tickets are being disposed of rapidlY for the all star game and field meet which is to be held under the auspices of the Twin City League on Sunday August 31 at Eclipse Park and many of the players are now getting Into condition to compete for the prizes to be awarded the wlnnera in the class for all around events The standing of the league to date W L I- Champtoas12 4 7 0 Spring Banks10 5 666 Kentucky Oaks10 6 625 Shamrocks 7 8 466 Bruins e 7 9 4- 37HepburDs5 9 357 Cadets 5 9 357 Athletics 4 10 377 MAMMOTH CAVE EXCURSION Trinity Council Y M I lias completed all details for tho greats excursion on Sunday August 31 that over visited the famous Mammoth Cave The train will leave Union Station Tenth and Broadway at J oclock in the morning and arrhe home at 1015 at night The cost of the round trip has been plat at 650 This includes railroa tare an excellent dinner at the hotel and cave fees Both the L and N railroad and the Mammoth Cave manageemnt are lending Trin- lCoupfljoryassistanca to make tbls a memorable and delightful ex curslop Many parties have been formed and there Is a brisk d01Unnd for tickets which can bo secured at he IL and N ticket fcfflce The committee has made special arrangements for refreshments on the train returning and guarantee all a time to be pleasantly remembered RECENT DEATHS Henry Nleder Sr one ot Loul1 vines most widely known German Catholic business men and a lit long member of St Martins churc died Sunday morning at his horn 803 East Broadway Since his boyhood he had conducted the grocer and hardware business ac Shelby and Broadway and for over thirty years lad been a member of the St Jo Bephs Orphan Society and the St Martins Mens Society He Is sur ived by his widow Mrs Ellabet Krupp Nleder three sisters Mrs H Budde Mrs Henry Jansen and Mrs J C Kirchdorfer find fouT sons Frank Henry Jr William and George Nieder The funeral wa held Tuesday morning Rev Fath t Ohle being the celebrant of llil solemn high mars of reunion St Anns church lost one of its old and respected members then oseph Schoenemann 1802 Soutl eventh street passed away Monday honing Deceased was a successtu blacksmith and for twentyfour year Inducted a shop at Seventh and Hil streets He is survived by bla wlf nnd three sons Joseph George and art Schooneman and one brother rhe funeral services were hell Thursday morning wits solemn masl- of requiem at St Anns the church being filled with mourning friend and relatives Funeral sertvlces over the remains f John Luvlsl were held Thursday morning in the Cathedral and Hop tree attendance of mourning relatives and friends Indicated the wide read sorrow his death pccasluned a resident of thior many years cltY lie was prominent and respected IIi Italian social and buslnov circles nnd vas a liberal contributor to any charities Surviving him are his widow and three sons to whom Isi extended heartfelt sympathy CLOSING SUMMER FESTIVAL All is in readiness for the final closing of the summer festival and fote for the benefit of Sis Mary and llzabeth Hospital It will be held next Wednesday on the hospital grounds and a cordial Invitation is e tended to all friends of the good SsterJl and their most worthy Jnstltu ttonto attend Numerous committees ot ladiesand gentleman have been orklng energetically the prepara tlons for this festival and a successful come Is hoped for by them all be many handsome and valuable artlcle which were awarded and idlspofted of at the June fes- tlvalwlll be distributed this day- rnthe afternoon there will bIieuchre and lotto gasses and la the 88111111 as excellent ware mippvr iriilijI1l t n IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges John Carney of Tallanstown Vnr sworn In as a Magistrate at the Louth Petty Sessions The Llstowel Board of Guardians have agreed to the lighting of Ithe workhouse by electric light M Henchy national teacher ha3 been coopted a member of th Loughrea Rural District Council A meeting was held at Drumconrat last Sunday to protest against the closing of the old graveyard there The attendance at the srnnual pll grlmage to St Kelrans Well at Cornaross exceeded any of recent years past James Loftus aged about fifty principal of a school at Mcellck near Swlnford was drowned at Ennlscrori on July 28 D C Murphy of Cork has been appointed by the Oughterard Rurnl Council as well diviner for the Let termore district The cooption of F W Traynor on the Ballleborough Rural District Council has been well received In the Shercock district The Ballymahon Guardians passed a vote of condolence with the famll GI the recent death of James Lennon Chairman of the Ballymore Counci The Rev P Browne of Castle egoryhns been appointed to Cnherclveen in place of the 1 lat lamented Very Rev Canon Humpflre ORtordan The people of Ballleborough nnd district keenly regret the retirement and departure of Sergeant Lynch H r C for years stationed there and well liked At a recent meeting of the Cor poratlon the tender otho Irish Mining Companyof Wolfhllh Queens County was accepted for the supply of 200 tons of coal At the quarterly meeting of th3 Carlow District Council a resolution was unanimously adopted that steps should be taken for the public light- Ing ot the village of BorrlSv Everybody who knew the late Pat rick Fearon of Seatown learned with sincere regret of his death He was 011 ardent Nationalist and took keen Interest In the political fortunes ior his native land On his way home from Ennlscorthy William Mahon a farmer of Adams town County Wexford aged abou fiftyseven stopped the horse he wns driving Jumped from the cart and collapsed on the road He was picked up unconscious and died shortly after ward Potato blight has made its appear rice on the early crops In the Count D Limerick and even among plots which had been sprayed some time previously The attack Is but a par tlal one and the late crops are IIn teneral free from the blight the ap pearance of which has been promoted by the unseasonable weather and the abnormal want of sunshine The destruction by fire of Mount Venus three miles from Rathfarn lam village removes a building ol historic associations a house of two itories five reception rooms and ta large number of bedrooms with tine xamples of stucco work and Inlaid talian marble mantelpieces It was Iii military headquarters during the 793 rebellion In a paddock neat the house is one of the most celebrated of Irish cromlechs GAYETY THEATER The Gayety Theater which will De the popular play house here will Copen its season tomorrow afternoon with The Call of the Heart as its initial offering This play as its title Indicates Is a story of love and dev tfoh with a message perhaps a lesson for every father mother laughter brother and weotheart A company of distinctive ability each member carefully selected to fit the requirements ot hlo or her role has een assembled to surround John Nicholson who is being featured In the character of Lord Everlow Mr Icholson has had a wide experience as a dramatic actor In sterling productions put out by the foremost managers and as Lord Everlow he han a part which fits him to perfection Ably cooperating with himf- OI the success of the play Is Miss Ann Hamilton whose convincing methods as Lady Everlaw win her rmpathy from all Other members oft the cast include Corwin Lusk moor Clarence Bollalr C B Waters Helen Aubrey Wells Playter and n11l1e Shay Matinees during the 7eek will be on Tuesday Thursday nnd Saturday EUCHRE AND LOTTO The Holy Family Society of St- Anns church will give a euchre and IMto next Tuesday August 26 after noon and evening and refreshments r1U1 be serVed by the ladies of the rish The euchre will be given In tbecbool hall Seventh and Davies In enue the cars of the Sixth streetcar line passing the door Many h indtome prizes will be given and t1fOM purchasing tickets will be given UaecJlole of playing euchre or lotto f iJ J Presentation Academy N E COR FOURTH AND BRECKINRIDGE lay School Conducted by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Kentucky- A high standard maintained for eightytwo years in Culture Education and Discipline Courses include Academic Preparatory and Primary Exceptional Advantages in Music and Art Sacred Heart Academy of the Pines A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNO LADIES AND CHILDREN- Is prepared to impart a thorough education to those wishing to enjoy the advantages of an Academic Music 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