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PATRONIZE CREAGEBS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second and Brecklnrldge VOLUME XXXLNO 12 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS CUMMINGS Takes Up Liar Walter Sims and Administer a Merited Castlgatloii Confronts Him With Challenges That Matte Menace I Wince Ills Letter to Walker Has No Nor Ever Will Be Answered OFFER OPEN TO ANY BIGOT r This week space is given to more of Dr Charles Cummings letter to a bigot In which he renews his chal lenges to Rev Ted Walker and administer a severe chastising to an other bigot Walter Sims who halls from flay City Mich from which Is extracted the following My popularity must be increasing with the guardian of bigotry As I write I am handed the Christian a publication inflicting itself on an al ready sorely tried and overworked army of bigots Its author Is one Walter Sims a liar from Bay City Mich Now Walt Is not as decent us Ted Ted calls his what it Is the Menace But just listen to Walt na displays an adamantine cheok in calling his literary abortion the Christian If Uncle Sam does not take a care the health authorities will order ai quarantine on his Post office Department and he will be compelled to establish a disinfectant jlant in all of them Now Christ was neither a fraud a hypocrite or a liar Sims is past master In all these Satanic accomplishments His Chris tian Is a lie from cover to cover and displays jut about as much Chris tianity as we might expect if the devil was its editorinchief Jt Is very evident that WaltI thinks Ted la getting too great a monopoly of coining prejudice and ignorance Into gold and is trying to nose into tho business Just a glimpse at one ot his little old dried up chestnuts Walls ys the Pope blessed and took Hide with the Confederacy The Popes have always showered their blessings upoall natlons anJIipedple Protestant and Cathollcfmike and it 11 w1illr ii Y bat dJt1J e t South as no doubt he blessed The North He of course took no sides AP there were ten times as many Catholics residing In the North as in the South and ten times as many Catholics soldiers enrolled in the Northern army as in the Southern ddnt you think that lie falls of its own absurdity yaw it Sims think my diagnosis of his character Is not absolutely correct let him come to the rescue of the Rev Theodore Walker editor of the Menace and accept any one of my three challenges and I will prove it to him Now Mr DeWald if you think the Menace is not a foul lie as I have charged why dont you accept one of my challenges Walker and Watson have no monopoly on tie right to accept them They are open to any bigot in America Walker did not accept my first challenge as iit would be distasteful to a man of reverend cloth to have to sign and pub lih that horrible confession of guilt He did not accept my second challenge because the penalty for each proven lie of the Menace would mean a month in Jail The execution of such a penalty would not only require the remaining days of the reverences life but the combined lives of all those dear patriots on the firing line to carry out such a sentence Ho did not accept my third challenge which had especially to do with those lying books ho advertises under the caption Books You Should Read This challenge is open to the auth ors of the books if they are living or to the readers or disseminators of the same Neither they nor Walker has or will accept this challenge as the penalty of defeat provides that the one defeated shall walk the streets of his respective city one hundred days of ten hours each dressed in a convicts garb and wearing upon his breast any den nc1a tion the victor may choose to dictate and then exile himself forever from America Walker goaded by Branns Iconoclast and the Western Catholic did work a bluff at accept ing my first challenge My reply to this pretense of accepting my first challenge a copy of which I enclose you under separate cover was full and complete and railed up every avenue of escape This letter was handed to the Men ace by no less a personage than Uncle Sam in Its office in Aurora on December 5 1912 In the Menace of December 71912 the reverend editor prints his letter to me and says he has not heard frpm me He repeats this lieon December 14 1912 Several times since this cowardly character assassin has printed iintimations like thistlLet Dr Gumming come Across This he does to keep the dust in the eyes of his dupes When he did nbt reply or print my letter to iblmI had It pub lished elsewhere See Western Catholic and the February Iconoclast This letter has never been an swered will never be answered The reverend edlor of the Menace stands today June 18 1913 k whipped and cringing cur and hla creation the Menace an indelible Vtaln of blood and greeulJIlhlm- acoffa America The HngJlBh lah tuagt Is not strong aaongh to giver r 4ff 1 t 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN dr adequate description of the 1 villainy of the Menace The mOt vivid passage in nantes Inferno shines like a description of Paradise In comparison If this Menace crowd were sired by Satan damned by Syccorax and born in hell the would be A disgrace to their parent and a dishonor to the place of their nativity Indeed His Satanic MaJ estey has qt last found his master In kind and should by common consent resign in favor of Walker Brown f Company LOSS TO THE POOR Big Tim Sullivan the idol qf the New York East Side and friend of the poor was killed by a railroad train August 31 after having es caped from those who were guarding him on account of a mental disorder and it was by the merest accident that the body was Identified last Friday His funeral took place Monday and is thus reported by the Associated Press Big Tim Sullivan passed through the streets of the East Side for the last time today His body was taken this morning to the old Cathedral of St Patrick a short quarter of a mile from the rooms of the association bearing his name where It had lain in state since Sat urday afternoon Tens of thousands of men and women from every sec tion of New York had gazed on his features there and a throng such as only the East Side can furnish fol lowed It today to the Cathedral and to Its last resting place in Calvary cemetery Brooklyn A delegation of Congressmen headed by Repre sentative Klnkead of New Jersey led the mourners Behind this delegation marched the longest funeral train the East Side has ever seen The streets through which they passed were somber with crepe draped on the shop windows The Timothy D Sullivan Association sent its thousands to march behind the body of its standardbearer each man with a bit of crepe on his sleeve over the long dusty way to the cemetery Dozens of other East Side organizations and the army of the Bowerys poor were also in the line Seldom has the East Side mourned more eloquently In the army that passed by his bier as the body lay in state men in silk hats rubbed shoulders with Bowery tramps and women In silks and furs mingled with their poorly clad sis ters from the tenements Many wept as they passed the coffin Among those attending the funeral was Senator Ollie James of Kentucky When Big Tim was a member of Congress about ten years ago he and Senator James occupied seats In the House side by side and became fast personal friends Tho big Kentuckian was greatly shocked iat3has1t8C4ltiUti ke dltt afrJSout van and quickly accepted appoint ment on the Congregational Commit tee selected to attend the funeral Elected a member of the present House last November ill health prevented Congressman Sullivan taking the oath of office WEDDED FIFTY YEARS Mr and Mrs Joseph Elder aged and respected residents of Spencer county last Saturday had the happiness of celebrating their golden wedding at their home in Reasor ad dition Taylorsvllle Their son the Rev Father Spalding Elder of Ohio was the celebrant of the jubilee mass in All Saints church at Taylorsville Ben Elder hnd Jo seph Elder Jr of Louisville the Rev Spalding Elder of Ohio G R Elder and William Elder of Bloom field and John Elder and Miss May Elder are the living children of the venerable couple and they were present with them on tills happy oc casion Other guests besides grand children nieces and nephews were Mrs Elders only brother Spalding Doncaster and Mrs Doncaster of Louisville Mr and Mrs Elder wero the recipients of many beautiful presents DEATH A SHOCK God called to his eternal reward Sunday night Joseph P Clemens a member of the Knights of Columbus the Elks the Board of Trade and a staunch communicant of St Louis Bertrands church He was taken 111 Friday at his home 114 West Oak street and the news of his death Sunday following an operation was an awful shock to all his friends He was fiftysix years old and space coming to Louisville In 1895 had been manager of the Fleischman Malting Company Mr Clemens is survived bY Tils wife two daughters the Misses Mary Agnes and Clara Clemens three sons Raymond and Norbert Clem ens of Louisville and Francis J Clemens of St Louis and five brothers The remains were taken to Cannelton where the funeral was hold Wednesday morning SAIL FOR HO3IE Col John H Whallen and his two nieces who left Louisville early In August and have been spending several weeks in Ireland sailed for home last Saturday The Colonel took a slow vessel In order to reap the benefit of the ocean voyage and will arrive here about Qctober 1 His party enjoyed the trip and are In excellent health CATHOLIC SISTERHOODS Rev Father Ambrose O SB- of Corbin Ky has Issued a Very neat little pamphlet on Our Cath olic Sisterhoods It is replete with valuable Information about all the great orders of wpmeri In the church and fehbuld do much to ens subsect counteract the evllaiaauHs being raude IB the antiCatholic pniae oil our Catholic iUrfiofldi CONfERENCE Ailvocntcd by Lord Lorclmri For Hcttlcineiit of Home Utile Question Further Opposition Will Take Government Into Serious Trouble Proposal Stirs Up Sir IStlwnn Carson mid Ills Ulster Followers TUMULT IF THE BILL fAILS Cablegrams from Condon assert that Lord Loreburn has thrown a bomb into the political camps by ibis proposal that the Irish question be settled by consent at a conference of the leaders of both parties Lord Loreburn believes that the passage of the present home rule bill will be followed by serious rioting and civil disturbance more widespread anti more violent than on any former occasion during our times in tile north cl Ireland Order sooner or later will be restored by force if neces sary but the spirit that prompted the outbreak he argues would remain and the chance of bringing about a cordial partnership in selfgovernment between Protestant and Roman Cath olic Ireland would be seriously impaired IiWhat Is more Lord Lore burn thinks that there would be is touch and probably more tumult If the home rule bill failed to become a law The choice as he sees it is not between two paths one lleading to fury and bloodshed and the other to tranqulllty What the exLord Chan cellor invites the nation to consider laI that further persistence with the home rule bill must take us Into serious trouble This he argues lea prospect Injurious to the interests of all parties no matter what Government is In power or whether the home rule bill Is passed or rejected Lord Loreburns proposal Is thn sole subject of discussion in political circles The party leaders are naturally reticent and are likely to take days for reflection and private communications before expressing an opinion on so momentous a proposal fn the meantime Lord Grey supports Lord Loreburn in the belief that the best and perpmnenintertstapf Itkci British Isles and of the empire call for a joint effort by both parties In the Liberal press Lord Loreburns exposition of the dangers awaiting the Governments policy are on the whole received with the respect that would naturally be accorded the veteran Liberal stalwart but on the feasibility of a conference and the likelihood of any useful result there IP a divergence of opinion The Unionist newspapers are sympathetic toward the proposalJ but they realize the difficulties of a conference at this stage Some agree that the opposi tion could not well refuse to join Bicli a conference but say that the Invitation must come from the Government Sir Edward Carson leader of the Ulster Unionists said in a speech at Durham Saturday night that Ulster would never abandon the principle for which she hrtd fought that of be ing governed by the Imperial Parliament with an executive responsible to that Parliament This statement was made with Reference to the pro posal of Lord Loreburn that a con ference be held between the great political parties with a view to a settlement of the Irish question by consent Sir Edward said that the very proposal showed that thinking theIadded between those he represented end Redmonds party there was a gulf no conference could bridge William OBrien Irish Nationalist member of Parliament for Cork City si ggests that King George participate in the scheme of Lord Loreburn who recently appealed to the great political parties to confer with a view to settling the Irish question Neither the Liberal tho Unionist nor the Red mondlte party can or will refuse to join In the conference if invited by the King is Mr OBriens comment on the widespread opposition to the proposalCarsons utterances are received as buncombe by press and public they being so ridiculous that even tha Unionists now give them but little notice BISHOPS MEMORY The fourth anniversary of the death of the late Bishop McCloskey was observed with solemn cero monial Wednesday moaning at the Cathedral the services being attended by many priests and a large BishopODonaghue Pontifical high mass assisted by Rev P M J Rock qf the Cathedral with Fathers Ohle and White as deacons of honor Fathers Hill and Monaghan were the deacon and sub deacon of the mass and Father Donahue the master bf ceremonies FLAMES DEVOUR CONVENT Mount Saint Maryfs Convent mother house pf the Slaters of 5tt Joseph of the diocese of Wichita vas entirely destroyed by fire on Sunday September 7 The Sisters lot every thing anhlare now without a home but the orphans kept In the iMtttu tten are for the present distributed among the famiUee JIn thqcity The f o Sisters have been hospitably receive d In the homes of other religious com munltles This grand old landmark Ilt now a mass of charred and twisted ruins and the loss is estimated att 55000 For the shelter of the Sisters and orphans from the winter e cold the convent must be rebuilt without delay and therefore the Catholic Advance has opened a subsorlp tlon with a donation of 100 RECENT DEATHS The last sad rites over the remains of William Higgins took place Wednesday morning at St Cecilia church Deceased was fortyeight years old and a brother of SIrs James Dillon 2049 Lytle street Mrs Kate Monlcke of St Louis an aunt of Mrs John F Chester uf this city died Thursday afternoon after a short illness tho funeral taking place this morning The de ceased was well known In Louisville where she had many friends who ex tend their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family Elizabeth Keller an esteemed member of St Anthonys congrega tion succumbed to a complication Monday evening and was Interred Thursday morning in St Michael cemetery Funeral services were held at St Anthonys and were largely attended The deceased was a sister of Mrs John Gruesser 2406 West Market street Tuesday afternoon at hfr home 726 Zarie street occurred the death of Mrs Annie Brophey Carroll be loved wife of Patrolman John Car roll Mrs Carroll was apparently In good health but suffered n stroke of apoplexy and fell on her own doorstep Sid was thirtynine years old and besides her husband leaves eight children All her life she has been an active worker for St Louis Bertrands church and was highly respected by all who knew her The funeral took place Thurs day morning The death of Miss Carrie Kelty beloved daughter of Emma C and the late J W Kelty and sister of James C Kelty is a sad affliction to her relatives and friends Miss Kelty was a woman of lovely dispo sition and a heart imbued with strong devotion and all who know her recognized her worth Her funeral took place Wednesday morn Ing from St Johns church where she was a regular communicant from her girlhood days r For the aged mother there Is felt profound sympathy In1 her bereavement LAST SUMMER CALL ummer fun be I1helasLcalldor the pumpkin tff helshooktlwomc j from the Altar Society of Holy Cross church The time is next Mon day afternoon and evening and the place the beautiful church grounds at Thirtysecond and Broadway when will be held the annual parish lawn fete euchre and lotto festlva and everyone is invited from far and near Such a plan of general Jollity was never planned before and Alderman Barney Campbell Jr Deputy Assessor Edward Brennan Magistrate George Berry John Weiss and other are straining their scheming brains to devise pleasures for this lawn fete Tho ladies declare this will be the mas terpiece of parish summer reunions and a grand holiday for the friends and loyal parishioners of Holy Cross Many handsome prizes will be awarded and there will be fun for young and old with special delights for those of unconfessable age WITH THE SICK Col Joseph McGinn who has been 111 for two weeks at his home on Chestnut street threatened with blood poisoning made his reappear ance on the streets Thursday to the great relief of his friends and pa trons many of whom were unaware of his serious condition He has discarded his crutches and says he will never again need them The many friends of Attorney Jo seph M Keyer will be rejoiced to learn that he is recoverivs from n serious illness of typhoid fever at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital His condition has greatly improved within the past few flays and It Is now thought he can return home next week NARROW ESCAPE Agnes Mullen and Thomas Garry and wlfo and two children had a nar row escape from death by fire late Monday night when the building they occupy at 502 North NJneteenth street was destroyed The fire orig hhInted from some unknown cause and the flames toad reached the living apartments before the occupants were aware of their danger Miss Mullen was carried to the street through clouds of smoke while the members of the Garry family were warned not to Jump and made their escape when twentyfoot ladders were placed before the windows The Garry gro cery and Mullen dry goods store were badly damaged the loss reach Ing several thousand dollara But for the promptness of the fire department there might have been a serious con flagration FAVORS LABOR UNIONS Cardinal Gibbons In a recent in terview was emphatic in his declara tion in favor of labor unions I have been advocating labor unions since 1887 he said in reply to a question The laboring man has a perfect right to cooperate with his fellows for their mutual advan tags ai is the capitalist Bat no Injustice should be done 4n his effort to better hie condition His eosrse aught ta bo gHldad by tMpot for law rs J SOCIALISM Is Not the Hope or Iteform the Workman Has Been Look Ing For Unjust Because It Denies the People Rights of Private I Property t 1 Systeii Rests on Assertion Tim Human Nature Is Same In All HAS FAILED WHEREVER TRIED Thomas B Hogan In a lengthy article in the Holy Name Journal on The Workmans Hope deals fairly with capital and labor and warns both against the evils cloaked under Socialism Here are some of the strong points he makes Do not ask for a scientific definition of Socialism Its friends say it Is too big a thing to starve down to definable form But definitions or the lack of them have little meaning In the propagation of a large move ment And that is what Socialism Is It is an economic movement which alms at taking all the means of production and distribution from the hands of the Individuals that now own them and turning them over to the State This means that all our factories all our mines all railroads all our stores are to beI owned by the State And conse quently every one will be in the employ of the State The State will produce all the economic goods by which we satisfy our wants and the State will send them around to your back door This Is the plan around which they group all the other nice things which they promise to dolor you In these things they say you will find the reform for which you are looking In the things of Socialism you will find your hope Listen to some of them They sound like a description of heavenYou are to have plenty to eat plenty to wear your children are to have a good education and you will have pelnty of time to spend with them or away from them Just as the State wishes for In the long run you are to do Just what the State shes 1 Abovt all 1111 no onerd is go glltH any better off than you are This seems to be the strongest feature of the Socialistic hope Even if It doOT not succeed in elevating the condition of the worker in raising him up to a higher plane It Is going to make all men become equal by pulling the other fellow downso they say And how are they going to accomplish all of this By the simple operation of turning all the means of production and distribution over to the State Is It not a beautiful thing Will we not all SoclalIlsmhope for which the laboring man has been looking It Is not Why notLel us pass over Socialism on the ground of Its antagonism to re ligion its opposition to the family Its denial of authority neither let us go into the deep economic argu ments with which Socialism is shown to be an impossibility It is impos sible on account of all these reasons but there are just one or two more glaring faults which we must keep clearly in mind Socialism is not the hope of the workman or the re form for which he has been looking becauseFirst It has failed wherever it has been tried Moreover wherever It has seemeu to succeed for even the shortest length of time It has been because It was based on the religious life and the religious feel Ing of the people In the colony Jn which it was tried Second It is unjust because it formally or virtually denies the right of privateproperty The right of private property is based on the right to live on the right of the father to provide for his family after he has passed away In seeking to deprive the owner of his factory they are depriving him of his natural right which either he or his an cestors have earned in the sweat of heir brows In this it argues that labor alone is the whole cause of the product and that labor alone is the whole cause of capital This Is not true Ifyou go out and shoot a rabblt which is the cause of the death of the rabbit the bullet or tho gun Both are necessary and it is Impossible to say that one alone Is the whole cause of the product Third It does not understand human nature and It promises what It can never fulfill Its whole sys tem rests on the assertion that hu man nature Is the same In all men and that this human nature is some Ideal dead sort of a thing that can easily be bent this way or that Furthermore it gives us no assurance that it will be able to fulfill the promises it Is making The American workman wants something more than promises before he is go Ing to throw himself into the Socialistic current Be Is not as easy as the man who went to Washington recently rand bought the Washington monument or the stranger who bought the Brooklyn brlJgeUndel Socialism you will stilt be workers You will have a wore boss- FNf4TRU0Tj3 SPANISH MINIST1tC- RTheKingof Spain has instructed the Spanish Minister at Washington repreiI Diego Cal on September 27 of the cross in memory of Father Juniper Serra founder of the old missions of California and the dedication there of the statues of iBalboa and Cabrlllo 1 CONNELLY WELCOMED Though the meeting was not largely attended President Taroy and the members of Division 1 A 0 H gave County President Will lam Connelly a most cordial wel come Tuesday night The routine business was quickly dispatched the Secretary being Instructed to notify all members to attend the next meeting ExTreasurer Thomas Lawler who has been seriously 111 was reported Improving Wlen In troduced County Preslednt Connelly said he was now visiting the divis ions and was interested In the suc cess of nil Paying tribute to the officers of Division 1 he declared they deesrved united suppbrt The season of activity was now here and he looked for a fall and winter of great activity It was the duty of members he said to attend meet- Ings and help strengthen the grand old order In concluding lie ex pressed his appreciation of the ef forts of Division 1 for ihe success of the annual reunion President Tarpy and Senator Mark Ryan re sponded and pledged earnest support to President Connelly and the County Board FRANK MARTIN SCORES Frank J Martin son of Mr and Mrs Albert F Martin who Is a student for the priesthood in St Marys Seminary at Baltimore scored a great hit Monday1 night when he lectured at Trinity Council Y M J The young theologian took for his subject Pope Gregory dwelling at length upon his time from 1040 to 1073 and reviewing the history of the Catholic church for the past thousand years He was heard by a large and appreciative audience and upon all sides his lecture was pronounced one of the most In structive and Interesting ever delivered within Trinitys walls Young Martin gives much promise of be coming a great orator to the great tellght of his many Louisville friends and relatives He left this week for St Marys where hp will pursue his studies for four more yearsTrinity received a number of ap plications and transacted the usual routine business giving all the time possible to the reception of tho lecturer and his friends CATHOLIC FEDERATION v UI4TJieiCaairaHc Fedir t I well attended meeting at the Cath olic Womans Club with David OConnell presiding Thomas Bohan of the Library Committee submitted an interesting report of the work being done Dr Peter S Ganz President of the Federation and delegate to the Milwaukee conven tion told in detail the proceedings which were a credit to Catholic faith The gathering he said wan a splendid one with delegates from all parts of the United States Can ada England and faroff China His report was replete with statistics and Information and was given close at tention Peter J Dowling v sug gested that the Federation arrange for n series of free public lectures Much was said in its favor and a decision will be reached by the Ex ecutive Committee to whom tho matter was referred Before ad journing Thomas Bohan announced i the part the Knights of Columbus would take In the Perry centennial celebration Remarks by Benedict Elder Daniel McCarthy Lawrence Mackey Patrick Weir and David OConnell enlivened the session CAlT KREMER DEAD Capt Theodore Kremer one of the oldest retired police officials In the city died at his farm two miles beyond the city on the Ash Bottom road He was sixtyeight years of age and a native of Louisville Ap pointed to the police force April 6 1868 he served continuously until January 1 1905 when he was re tired on a pension He had watched In every police district of the city i but during the greater part of his career was an officer in the business district One brother Andrew I Kremer survives him His funeral took plae Sunday afternoon from the Cathedral attended by many of I his oldtime associates and friends I EFFERSONTOWN Tomorrow afternoon at 3 lu7 oclock there will be both beautiful and Im pressive ceremonies at St Edwards church In J fforsonrtown of which the Rev TheoH Reverman Is the pas tor At that time will take place the blessing of the handome chapel to be followed by the blessing of the statues of Our Sorrowful Mother and St Joseph both works of art Following are the awards of prizes awarded at the picnic held recently Purse Mrs Celia Brentlinger shirt waist box George Cole doll Mary Tereso Han g calf Mrs Elmer Keller The number that won the watch was 2590- NOTES I IMPROVEMENTS PhilSoden tits well known local locomotive engineer has just re turned from a three weeks visit to New York City and states that the great metropolis Isslll1mnklnitmany building Improvements and that In his visits which are made annually he notes marked changes Phil ilsro states that the inhab itant will never get over Ute Idea etNYorkII t- j PJ DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order PROGRSSIVSY c Losing Ground Daily Despite the y Frantic Effort of Louisville Herald Axtons Employes Draft Resolu tions Indorsing Their RosstxCandidacy Some Unpublished Planks of the Platform of Progressive TicketB- OSCHMEYER CARDS PREVAIL I This past week in local politics marked the fast dissembling of the Progressive forces In spite of the fact that the Louisville Herald and Col Haagers corps of discharged police and firemen have been mov ing heaven and earth to uncork some enthusiasm among the Bull Moosers the Herald giving an en thusiastic description of how some of the tobacco workers in Wood Axtons employ endorsed the Pro gressive candidate for Mayor in laudatory resolutions prepared in advance by the Progressive leaders Ills being rumored that the Com mittee on Resolutions will be given a raise in salary for their splendid work In addition the Herald has about exhausted Its efforts In es pousing the different planks of the Progressive platform and It has been suggested that the following unpublished but understood planks thoHeraldswriter We believe that the Louisville Herald should be given the city printing We believe Wood Axton the proper candidate for Mayor because of his cam paign barrel We endorse Jake Haager and Fit Tyson for Police and Fire Chiefs for life be cause they like the jobs We believe in ostracizing our fellowcitizens on ac count of political or religtious beliefs No negroes need apply r We are in favor of rein stating discharged police iqwherTo o t r dismissal- It Is believed that the above list would be fertile subjects for the Progressive spouters especially that referring to Haagers flying brigade who make their headquarters in the neighborhood of the InterSouthern building their days work consisting of trying to locate some exstreet cleaner who lost out because of alleged unwillingness to wear a Buschemeyer button or similar chargeA incident of the pop ularity of the Buschemeyer campaign rr- is shown In the district comprising Fourth to Tenth street and Walnut to Hill street thousands of the a Democratic nominees likeness being In residence windows while one lone picture of Axton Is exhibited in that broad territory that being on Sixth street just north of Broadway and it is believed that one resident will join the Democratic fold and make It unanimous In addition the Democratic organization and ward dubs are more united than ever this relng plainly evidenced by the enthusiastic meetings heM In every precinct The opening rally at Hopkins t Theater next Wednesday nightx+ vill serve to put a quietus on any doubt existing as to the result of the coming election the ticket being a strong one from every standpoint each nominee having a host of friends and followers who are inter ested in a continuance of the present administrationIncontrast to the strong Democratic ticket there is still an air of mystery as to the identity of the null Moose nominees not a single candidate being familiar in name or person to the average voter and many are wondering if the ticket is really comprised of residents of Louisville or Jefferson county The Democratic candidates for Legislature and State Senate have expresesd themselves in public print on their views of public questions and issues and the Republican nominees are available to secure their expressions hut nary a word from their unknown opponents on the Progressive roll who evidently believe in hiding their light under n bushel or letting the voters purchase a cat in a bag SURPRISED Mr and Mrs Philip Herbold were pleasantly surprised with a musical entertainment Tuesday night when covers were laid for the following w Misses Carrie Flnke Nellie Simon Margaret Flnke Lorena Weiss Lillle May Mathee Delia Purtell Blanche Tlerney Marie Schwartz Elizabeth Kuhn Alma Kuhn Ada s ONeill Clara ONeill Mary Nlcoulln HelenRerboidMeaers Charles Baclgalupl John Walter Simon Louis Nlcoulln Ed ward Kuhn Clarence Simon Law rence Dillon Kenneth ONeill and MeedamesEdward PhilipHerboldMeedaine Simon A Schwartz and George IP o IHlida hF ln tt- i pT II KENTUOKYL X8H a AMERIOAN = 11w r t1TIrK WSfl flMERlGflN lsvetedta tkc Social nil Metal UucittelllrI1I AaMricaai and CstB9 ci- Orficlally Indorsed by Ancient Ordw U Hlberalans Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America 1RiNTUCKYIA16H AMERICAN HlNTtNQ COIa Orated Publlshrs DESCRIPTION PRICfc ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC BaUnrf jot tb UuliTlIU PortotHc M tsadCtaa n tm W4rtll all Commealutlons ttt the KHNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN JW21 Welt Ofeei St LOUISVILLE KySATURDAy SEPTEMBER 20 1913 Democratic Ticket I I For Mayor John H Buschemeyer For Police Judget Samuel J Boldrlck For Prosecuting Attorney of ollce Court Harry W Robinson For Clerk of Police Court l William E Holley For Bailiff of Police Court Edward D OConnor I For Tax Receiver Andrew M Sea For City Auditor William H Meffert For City Treasurer Adolph Schmitt For Park Commissioners John B Castleman Daniel F Murphy Louis Seelbach r For Aldermen James B Camp John M Clifford t J William Miller Joseph Overberg Trod Sehwenker R Guy Parker B J Campbell Jr Richard W Hutchison C W Schmltt Fred J Leezer James Treasy George B Coder For Councilmen W P Graves John Neuhauser Charles Mann Wdlllam H KIUSt W R Ward Wm H Booher Jerome King AMu Rosenberg r B H Benson Thomas J Garvey James Norton Rioh Whittyy OQke Leone Edward J parker Thos E ILawrenceT J Morrow Jr D no Coleman Edward White Albert Stelger M J McDermott 4n Thomas John P Grleb C J pnegan Thomas J Dolan For County JUlgcJSamuel W Greene For County Attorney A ScoUt Bullittx For County Clerk P S Ray For Sheriff Charles J Cronan t For County Assessor George Schlegel For Coroner c Ellis Duncan For County Surveyor J Russell Gaines For Jailer Charles C Foster For County Superintendent Orvllle J Stivers For State Senator Thirtysixth Senatorial District Charles H Knight- ThirtyelgPubh Senatorial District Samuel L Robertson For Representative Fortyfourth Legislative District John iDresher Fortyfifth Legislative District George D Barrett Fortysixth Legislative Dlstrlcrt Adam Spahn Fortyseventh Legislative District William J Kuh- Fortyeighth Legislative District S Mayzck OBrien Fortyninth Legislative Dlstrlct William A Perry Fiftieth Legislative IDlstrlotW T McNally Fiftyfirst Legislative Dlstrlct vdlliam Duffy For Magistrate r First Magisterial District Rober 0 DorseySecond Magisterial District Charles C Wheeler Third Magisterial District Henr E Crawford Fourth Magisterial District Jo Bejih Muenningtooff Fifth Magisterial District Franl Dacher Sixth Magisterial District Bei Schulman r Seventh Magisterial DistrictP T SullivanEighth iMaaglsferlal District George IW BerryFor FIrat Magisterial District Qbarlei tabor n- Second Magisterial District Phi lG rDanJr Third Magisterial District J L Warren fourth Magisterial DlstrlctrTohi J gtndera Mfth Magisterial District Will lam JR ateltenkamp sixth Magisterial plBtrtet t Seventh Magisterial piMrlctHEa ysard Bbrrett IMlMh Magisterial OMttrlet Janet Duddy iPor Police Judge of Oakdalc- Srhe t N liters For Police Judeof Jlfenjand Park Dwrtd R Speebt- OWTI ADVBWH8B THBM J We Strongly uapr eU the thraet Inlot notoriety upon anttCaUoll lecturers by Catholics In any community they may choose to vIsit It Is a severe test of patience to remain passive under calumny and abuse Yet we should not torget that selfrespect forbids a quarrel with a skunk There are effective methods of getting rid of such disturbers without advertising them bl demonstrations They are seek Ing for notoriety because It pays TABOOED The Board of Park Commissioners have had enough of the promiscuous speaking In our public parks There has been constant abuse of the privilege granted notably the feeling aroused on Labor Sunday by Socialist Charles Dobbs who viciously attacked the Bible and tho ministry All good citizens pprove the resolution introduced by Commissioner Brumleve arid adopted by the board It was a foregone conclusion that it would not be long before those who were Injecting politics and religion into the meet- Ings would be tabooed SENATOR OLLTE JAMES President Wilson exercised both Judgment and foresight when 1he turned to Senator Ollie James to get behind the promises the Democrat party made the people Senator James fought every lash of the ground has battled like a demo and in the end secured everything the platform pledged in the way pf tariff revision downward A little more than a boy in years he is a man among men eloquent logics powerful and withal a mental giant The great State of Kentucky hnf given to the world her full share of statesmen but few men living ur deed have accomplished more In a lifetime than has Senator Jamea since becoming member of the Federal Congress CLOSE TUEMr vi t I The General Council did well I111 passing the ordinance prohibiting the sale of Intoxicants In chile parlors without a saloon llcens Mayor Head affixed Ids slgnatui and the ordinance became a law Wednesday It Is thought many of these parlors which aIe notoriously evil resorts will now be driven out of business TheN never was any real necessltytor them and It would be better muc better if they were closed altogether CLEAN TilE STAGE Public sentiment in New York City has been aroused in an exceptional degree by the movement Ito uppress two sensational plays now on the boards In that city One nIf the leaders in the movement 1 Is Magistrate McAdoo He attended a lerformance at the Maxine Elliott heater to Judge of Its charact r for himself and the result was that he Issued warrants for the arrest of be producers of the play Most ot the dramatic critics of the motrop oIls agree with Magistrate McAdoo vIew From all accounts one ot the acts of the play is as bold a launting of immoral suggestions as has been witnessed on the New York tags in many a day What seem to be as audacious as the play itsel Ist the pretensealways heard In such cases that it has been wrlttei and staged for i the purpose of teach- Ing a good lesson If we are to judge from the opinions of the crItIcs this Is sheer nonsense The simple fact is that vice Is glided In ho play with its alluring scene from the interior of a disorderly house Of course the playwright lakes the usual effort to prove that Immorality doesnt pay but the oral is lost slgbtof in th alaclous trappings and suggestions of the play Uself Manifestly the social reformers who have started out to suppress both plays are In- dead earnest and if one half oft hat is said of the wickedness of the plays Is true it is sincerely to- be hoped that the movement will be uccesaful HOPBUJ6S ANYWAy Like Father Gannon of ftie True Voice We believe that many an ipllned to magnify and to bewail ImmoderatelY the present wage of itlC tholic bigotry that dteturto t1ie HBiial calm of Amafloan relig 1e8 toleration Such movMnenti rrely 4o vny grwit harm They- IkeOatbollea ssPre Catholic grit tkay direct tlttattdtttok ofmanyIQ- S skunk who otherwise would r rj l e I never have their interest awakened The only ones really harmed are tbe bigots themselves and their case Is hopeless anyway K OF 6 OATH Local fanatics are busy circulating the Im osslbleand preposterous Knights of Columbus oatfi whlcn I tells of the solemn bound oath of members of that society to hangII burn waste toll Hay str bury alive Protestants rlp up theII stomachs and wombs of theIr I women and crush their Infants heads against the walls in order 1 to annihilate their execrable race Tho above has been proven a fake time and time again but dupes llke suckers seem to be born everyII minute The sampji being clri culated here is the product of a scab printing office- NONUNION PICNIC The vCourlerJournal Job PrlntlnlI Company one of the largest non- unIon plants in this section is gIvIng an all day outing its employes toda The C4 probably feels that in outing Is due the strike breakers hey were compelled to lodge and eed in the plant when the prInters were on strike r SOQIETV 1 K Miss Serena Noonan has returned tromn visit to friends at FairfIeld Bernard Connlff was a weekend teitor with his parents near Lebanoil unction Mrs Frank Ryan of Marydale vIs- Ited MissO Daly Florence place ant week Marnell Slack and wife have been pending a week with relatives at wensboro Miss May Shaughnessy has rre- turned from a vacation spent at White Mills Miss Fanny Conway has been lslt ng at Frankfort the Rues of Irs ames Newman Miss Helen Gorman of Portlari Is visiting relatives In Chicago for an extended stay Jlrs W W McGee had Mrs W T ynch of Clark as her guest for sev ral days last week Mrs Thomas P Corcoran ami laughter of New Albany are visiting rlends in Covlngton Albert Herrmann will leave next eek for Chicago to finish a course In the brewer institute Miss Bezzie Hannan has return from a two months trip to Italy Switzerland and France Miss Marguerite Connelly has re urncd from a visit to her cousin Mr Mrd Lllley alt Bardstown Mrs Helen Schultz was a rpccnt visitor at Lynnhurst the guest of hel slighter Mrs M iDavern Miss Julia Kyle left Monday tol Springfield to attend school at St Catherine of Sienna Academy Misses Edna and Dorothy Shii of akdale have returned from a week Islt to relatives In Jeffersonville Miss Susie McFarland spent 1 last week at Mt Washington the guest of her mother Mrs Mary McFarland Miss Anita Thomas of Mayflelt rived here Wednesday to be tho rest of Miss Mae Adams Lincoln Miss Alice Curtin of Crescent Hill haa returned from a visit to Tier si t r Mrs Lyne Smith at Covlngtin Miss Mary Helen Michael wad ostess at ti card party Wednesda In honor of Miss Clara Dannenhold + I Misses Regina and Christine Curra have been visiting In New Haven the guests of Mr hnd Mrs Thomas Cur ran Mr and Mrs Will Glenn Sr and Miss Katherine and Lee GlennJf akdale are home from Crab Orchard Springs Patrick Rogers with Herman Straus Sons spent last week iIn lelbyviille his former home vlsltln old time friends Henry Pasllck and Roy Wharton lere this week sojourners at Wes aden Springs enjoying a season o rest and reoreatlpn- Mr and lfrs Edward Sullivan If mth Txjuisvllle have been entertaining J C Sego of Miinfordvllls Mrs Sullivans father Miss Rosa MeIsner and Williai r jlbert of St Matthews will be mar rled October Iii in the morning at- RQly Trlnltychu h John Keefe and sister Miss Elizabeth TCeefe have gone to French Lick Springs to spend ten days In- reSt and recreation Hugl Able and bridewho was Miss- TateMI Connelly have returned from thelr honeymoon trJp arid are at- bQnieat 60 2i street Mrs EB Sweeney and son JPf- weEmpy of South Louisville are via ng Mrs Sweeneys Mater Mrs E ShJ1amore Jini TndJinapolIi- Mra Wil Kaltenbacker who has returned from Olympian Springe ha I ashen gueet this week her niece Uw Cornelia Sullivan of Shelby 111Ie I 44sad ifwii Thomajratb ONE DOLLAR a month keepsJ you on the payroll In event of disability caused by sickness or accident Can you afford to be without this proItectlon I TRANSYLVANIAE 4 1 1 1111I1I1 I t t 11111111111 t 1 11 1 r r J II tmmamr r 11 HERMAN STRAUS li SONS g fOURTH AVEHUB ovCavPOF Q MARKET STREET FAVORED SILKS FOR FULL BROCADED TUSSAH SILKS In a beautiful line of new fall patterns colors white pink light blue Copenhagen gray peach roser navy and black full thirtysix inches wide 49per yard C BROCADED GRENADINE The new lightweight material for evening gowns colors white pink light blue lavendar tan rose light gray and Copenhagen gray 40 inches j f ffwide per yard tpleUU BLACK MOIRE Extra heavy quality suitable for the new j o fallcoats full yard wide per yard pliJBROCADED VELVET In all the new fall colors of reds navys browns 50any1 We and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates +1 1111 r 1 101011 r t u ft4i + rr1t IJ ++ S HI anI Inl1ll of Fourth street have left for a visit to their daughter Mrs W J North and Mr North In Detroit Mich Mr Henry Michael announces the engagement of this daughter l1I8S Mary Helen Michael to Leo E Sohul ten The wedding will take place 111 January Miss May M HecRel of New A bany has JuStt returned from a three weks trip to New York an Brooklyn where she was the guiest of friends Sojourning at Olympian Springs the past week were William Kalte bacher and wife and children Ml ss Mary Becker and Miss C Sullivan allot Louisville Mr and Mrs John Weiss announ the engagement of their daughter Miss Bertha Weiss to Jal1UnC Weber The wedding will take place early In November Mr and MMNjT Carmody celebrated their wedWlngi anniversary with a delightful entertainment for a nun1 ber of friends at their home in Southern Heights Gilbert Renfro and sister I1SB Eflle May Renfro of Eastover returned home this week after spending six weeks at Petoskey Mich New York and other Eastern points Edward J Hackett and daughte Miss Lucille of New Albany left Monday for New York Returning tkey will visit Washington whei SUss Hackett will enter school Among the Louisville people regli tered at the various hotels In Now York last week were Mrs Walter 1E Glover and Miss Glover Mrs Johll Coleman D Scanlon W Galvin IC Shane and J F Shane Misses Shirley and Sarah Dundon the attractive and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Dundon of New Albany have gone to Redlande Cal where they will attend school and visit their aunt Mrs Mary S Harding SAVED BY MONKS Monks guided by the barkings q their St Bernard dogs last Friday rescued a young American named G Dawson from a precarious position In a ravine into which he had fallei during an Alpine climb In Switzerland Dawson had attempted to cross a pass without a guide and fell into the ravine He was 110t Injured except for a badly sprained ankle and shock but the ravine was off the usual travel route and it Is Impossible to tell how long he mIght lave laid there had not the dogs brought the monks to the rescue- CONSOLIDATING f The movement tor the consolidation of the six Y II T councils of Indianapolis into one strong central ody got quite a boom at a district meeting held last week After ia free exchange of views by men who lave the best interests of the organization at heart the whole mat ter was placed in the hands of ia lommlttee which will confer with eiach council SELECTED DATE HAPPILY In fixing upon September 25 as he date for the formal onenlna oftbe Panama canal the United States Oovernment has happily and ilcturesquely the four hundredth anniversary of the great day Sept mb r25 1913 when Vasco lunez de Balboa the crest of the ridge of the Panama Isthmus nd beheld for thefirat time that ilghty waterway which the Span urds teatatively christened The- eaoftheSouth CONTRAllIBS This la funny country com tented the perplexed foreigner You celebrate ouriLabor day by l eking a ret Mail your Saadayj rhleli you will fyis r day of reset 11- fJe ls day when everybody works the ardetU p Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building Nell Give selected reached KNHfflTS OP fifllllMBllS1 I Late News That Will Interei Members Here and Elsewhere All councils will elect officers next OctoberTomorrow the three degrees will be conferred at Greensburg Ind Preparations for the reception of It large class are under way In JI1o waukeeSeattle is bidding for the 1915 gathering and IrI being helped by San FranciscoThere will be a general reunion and Initiation at Albany Ore IIII celebration of Columbus day The fourth degree exemplification which was to have been held at EI Reno Okla has been postponed fIn definitelyAfter trying for two years the required number has been secured aJd Cincinnati will exemplify dogrqe October 19 thetourthI Public Printer Cornelius practical printer member of the Typographical Union and Knights ic Columbus He has the confidence iot the Washington printers The membership Is steadily Increas- Ing In Central New York Oneida con ferred the degrees on twentyfive last week and Syracuse will have many for the third on September 28 Thirteen District Deputies met Sunday In Indianapolis and dlscusse plans for the uniform observance cot Discovery day Joint Initiations durln the fall and winter and arrangement for Abbe Dom Gasquets lecture tour ARMY CHAPLAINS BOTH In an interview with the Couran at Hartford Conn the Rev Dr Joseph H Twitchell describes this licldent at Fredericksburg 1One of my brother Chaplains In the brigade was a Catholic priest n fine fellow Father Joseph OHegan We were great friends and one when we had leave of absence to gether he visited with me at my fathers home in Southlngton I re member the night nf the battle of Frederlcksburg We had been activi for hours and at midnight both of us simply had to have sleep Wi went oft to one side of the camp and lay down under the blue skies Eacl had a blanket After a while lie called to me and asked if I was asleep No I answered its so cold I cant get to sleep Neithei can I said hot Lets club our blankets And we did lying side by side with the two blankets In stead of one apiece Suddenly I felt him shaking and asked bine what was the matters Im laughing it this scene I couldnt see anything in the scene to laugh at for there were hundreds of dead ant rounded soldiers within an acre of ground What do you mean 11 eked Im laughing at this scene moa Jesuit priest and you a Puritan parson snuggled up here side bj ildo under the same blankets he eplled and a moment later he looked up at the sky and said in n ow vojcq But 1 shouldnt wonder If the angels rather like to look at I t4- Bishop u flUFFY RECOVERS Bishop Dotty of Kearney Neb who was ill for three weeks and underwent an operation for appendicitis 11 i Denver has fully recovered and Is again able to resume his many duties efore leaving St Josephs Hospital byArchshoplard McGovern and Matz all vlslt Ing Denver the same week EDITORS ABROAD The venerable Father ID S Phelan dltor of the Western Watchman and Rev John W Maher D p editor of ie Catholic Advance are now in Grope Both will ytelt Rome and irry some time in TrelandiHON6n TfOLY NAMB Lfttle Provitteaee H Jibldl fair 10 rival Mr Brooklyn ia the Mttvity t co Kentucky State Fair SEPTEMBER 1510 20 1913 The Kentucky State Fair will offer to the farmers and livestock exhibitors an opportunity to exhibit the best products of their farms and best specimens of livestock and to the women an opportunity to display their handiwork and cookery at the 1913 Fair for which liberal premiums are offered 30000 in Premiums 6BI6 DAYS6 CASUALTY INSURANCE Rates Information Entry Blanks Catalog Etc llFor BUILDING J L DENT nddressI 59 On I Your Money Guarded InterestP The interest and all that a part of your weekly I earnings would soon amount to in this safe old bank willcome in mighty handy one of these days for helping you to buy a new home pickup a good paying investment or start you in a business Iof 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 and we offer you the same protection under the direct supervision of the State of Kentucky- A dollar deposit starts you Begin today It is what you save that counts German Insurance Bank 207211 W Market Street Between 2ndand 3rd H G Walbeek Prep A P Winkler Vice Prep JCRobbertGahler Edmund RappAtttCuli John Eo Hutn Mgr SaVing Dept iKRECTCRSHemyAlmrtedl Chat ScholtrJr Alfred Struck Edw F Peter Ceo Kopmeler Henry C Walbedr AP Wn11er Suits and- Overcoats X16 Up Reduced Railroad On 425 W UP STAIRS STORE i51- IIII The Last Dollar III would have started aNEEDThat you spent for something you did not SAVINGS ACCOUNT with tills bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR something DO NERD The SAVING now of the must be spent for you dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m Ii lIlaE 004 or its Holy Name Societies Twenty five thousand men are expected to parade on September 28 In the Holy Name parade And not a Socialist among them As great as our own numbers are it is a sad reality that many big cityparlebesbavent 10 per cent of their eligible men enrolled iu this splendid organization Whose ilit the fault Brooklyn Tablet PLANT MARY TREES Two million trees will be planted- on the national forests in Utah Nevada and Southern Idaho during 1914 TWO OOUPLW WM Anaoanceatea6ofthe approaching saarrlage ofMlflB Lucy Spalth and Baoad 0Brtea and of Mix XI 1- a I Years Guard Home Phone City 3238 JEFFERSON t GAYETY THEATER Ion Week Cojaiaenclaff Sunday Matln 9 GOOD ILLUMINATING PLAY Little Lost Sister Lauded by Press and Public The play deals with Ufa In Chicagos levee district written by Miss Virginia Brooks and staged by E R Rose PJUOBI Sunday Matinee lOc I5e SSo and BOc Tuesday Thursday and Satur day Matlneea 1680 seats at 25 x Night lOc ass S6c 50e and 760 aora Cecil And Mlles Sdelen well known and popular residents Qf the New Hope neighborhoodl was made tut week 1 h U 4U+ II 7 ENiUCXY UUa a1 ffElUCAJIT i- I HOME PHONE S8 CUMBERLAND 123 i J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS v X22 past Main Street 111 11lr41rrrlIIIII lrllll lr 1 1KEENINFuneral and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 1221 WEST MARKET ST IIootofbran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 id Flitbt DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES Cumb Main 2998aJifomoCity 2008 OLD FORTUNA fBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS 111 111 II 11111111111111 i I S IIIIH 11111 I InSI 1 I o FINE WINKS CHAMPAGNES I AL K1OLB323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS tt- 4Jl1 I llII+ lllIl 4IlJIIIIIIII11111 1 11 + 1111t +Y + ox DR JT dllAwK1iV- eterinary In fiX713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TelephonesComb S 299x Home City 2399 X t o + t i BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Iiy A All the late andw Styles and cctm be found here at reasonable Paces can and ee ns HERRMANN BROS niPOKTXM PINE WIPES AND LIQUORS I fullers Wholesale Deal ers in FliNt Braa4t of KM tacky WktekiM Mpecially cPearl o Nelsoncc BOTTUID IN OHpt 1e1Mine l4t1 iM M f11 liBti- d BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOBSCIIULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pkiites 223 11178111 1ten frt WasMea WU tut Uf ST XAVIER COLLEGE 11aW1loMwaa + X7 y1I1AaJ5R d HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Don 1I tile paot WeekGeneral- News Notes Members of Ladles Auxiliary 8 of- SSyracuse are conducting ameml shIp contest for a prize of 5 in gold The New Hampshire State Board net Saturday at Manchester Reportil prom over the State were very sntls actdry New Hampshire was the first State Lo pay the third installment of ithe oer capita assessment to NatIonal Sec etary Sullivan Division 4 has now a promisl octal club Give the young m3n hearty support and tho results will be most gratifying Members of the order will regret to learn that Thomas Lawler of vision 1 is still on the sick list and confined to his home The Hibernians and Ladles Aux llaryot Iowa are again offering two cluable scholarships for proficiency In the knowledge of Irish history Many divisions throughout the ountry are arranging for open meet- Ings through which it is expected to reatly increase their membership The Minnesota Ladles Auxiliary Insurance order has nearly 100000 In the death fund Over 1000 mem bers were added during the past ear Ladies Auxiliary 1 of Indlanapo hold an Interesting open meeUng Vednesday night Many not mem bers were present and enjoyed the rogrammeThe Auxiliary of Dulut lUlm has inaugurated a spirited lembershlp contest the winning side to be given a banquet at the lose of the year Division 4 meets Monday night and will be visited by County PresI- dent Connelly All members I1re urged to be present as the session will be an interesting one At Kilmanock Scotland last week the Hibernians held a great Cathol union attended by delegates frOD all1 parts of tho country fany brought new banners with them and- also pipers Kentucky must not be behind when Its repbrt Is made at the close oft this year Every member should secure at least one candidate and thus put the State in the front rank att the Norfolk convention With visitors present from all the irroundlng towns Ladles Auxiliary 11I of Utica N Y had a delightful celebration of its tenth annfversai In St Patricks Hall last week Amor the guests were many county officer The Hibernians of Manchester N H will assist the Knights of Columbus in the observance of Columbi day They will have a great parad and the memory of the great disco erer will be honored as never befoi In New Hampshire Everywhere the membership la IncreasIng and it behooves Louii v111e and Kentucky to get busy The season has arrived when activo work can be done and with a united effort the number in the Ancient Order can be doubled before next St Patricks day INVENTED MUSIC NOTATION How few of those who in this age are devoted to music and regai It as largely a modern accomplish ment ever give a thought to the fact that to a monk of the Benedictine order they owe the syetem of station which obtains to this day Guido Aritlno a native of Arezz was born in the tenth century and In early manhood entered aBenedl Une monastery where his remarkable genius for musical composition was cultivated and developed The- old system of learning music was extremely crude and tedious and required years of patient study Guido We are told undertook to simplifY the problem and evolved from his own brain the system which after lapse of900 years still holds sway His piety Is manifested in his selection of the first syllables of a Latin hymn to St John as names fof the- notes I viz do re me etc It shouldI also be recalled that to the patronage of a Pope John XVIII theI word bwes it that Guido systemI came into general use and this dur- Ing its authors lifetime Guido wasI Invited to Rome and every facility and encouragement given him in perfecting it The gamut says 1 odern writer was Guides Invention and from the Vatican resound- edIl the first chants of classic melody reduced to a popular study by the mious of the humble Benedictine HELPS THE STATE Eleven newparochial schools were opened In Greater New York this term The attendance of pupils shows an increase of 12000 over last year Then 140000 were rat Istered This year the registratlo has already reached 152000 yREUNION AND JUBILEE The alumni of St Marys Seminary near Cincinnati will hold 3 reunion banquet and celebrate th I golden jubilee of Mgr J13 Murra oni Thanksgiving day November 21 Five Bishops will deliver addressesJ NOT SO BAD A news item in a Protestant con I mporary reads The Catholics arE rapidly adding high schools ito tihe laToohlalschool systems New Yor being the latest Its Catholic HIg School will cost 600OW Not s- ba4for a church that Is supposed t 10 an enemy of educatl6nreh Sacred Heart Review BOSTON CATHOLIC CENTER A hundred years ago the HuboIf the universe had but one priest OH church and a little handful of CatliL I onOfl who easae from distances tha- are now covered by one arehdioces a Cardlnalate seat and seyai ffragan seee In the diocese 0- Doston alOHe there are 692 prlestiB It Is the most Catholic city in thee itted Mates Sixtyfive per eenltofthe InbAbitanta of ttilI great Ipeiii ter wkk Ite SlftiSiO ei0 tlIIarembers of the Cfttholk i ehnroiY SOCIETY DIRECTORY IA O IID- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu IckFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rollTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArosHenry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keane DIVISION Meets First Thursday at St Will- Iams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKaefoFinancial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSenUnelThomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice PresldentJohn M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes Ion Jr TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4- Meeta Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far ellSentlnelM J McDermott Y N I MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 sleets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Frank G Adams First Vice President Geo Thor onSecond Vice PresidentJohn J Lynn Financial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R carry Corresponding Secretary Harry tr KibbeyTreasurerSebastian Hubbuch Marshal Fred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat +r MREICHERT FOR LOTH GLASS OR ANY KIND I Of SIGNSArtistic Decorations Etc Call Home Phone City 2905 CENTRAL FURNITURE GO incorporated N W Cor Third and Green 1 We furnish the home complete on easy payments 11WAt CALLAdHAN Mr SUM punt 50000 CATHOLIC CHILDREN are now reading tho Child Atfost It Is a monthly magazine of trent our pages of stories pictures etc Just for tho children It costs onlJ tVent five cents a year Isnt yom boy or girl worth having a Uttl Imagazine all their own Senl1 wentyfivo cents in coin or stamp tor a years subscription or ask tOi at sample copy Addr- essrTHE t CHILD APOSTLE 188 McCormick Bldg Chicago nl lathollcs hold positions of proml ence In the State In education roles and In business actljltles II Is hardly necessary to mention thE name of Its loyal Catholic Mayo the Hon John F Fitzgerald FOR WOMANS EYE Much wool embroidery Is used eI the new fall costumes There are many scarf trimm hats among the new models Printed silks are a favoritemn anal for afternoon costumes The newest draped skirts arE aised short In front and wldenr olds toward tho hips Lace used as Inside revers is feminine touch which has be r given to some waistcoats The plainest of wash frocks 11- J iven an air of dressiness by a frll round the neck or outlining tl opening of the blouse from throat Itc eltBlouses with drop shoulders art cutout from a single breadth kwldematetlal r and form the upp part of some of the smart one pleci- o gownsFaablonseems to haye BWUI o round again to the separa aokets and separate skirts and thl election of contrasting colors mu be harmonious For the young girl there ar smart little frocks pf serge chit fo broadcloth charmeuie and woe brocade Some of them have quail Lt Ittle Eton Jackets opening ove- Elvests of softly gathered net an hiffon PQNT DIVORCE TIIWM Kduoatlon and religion BboH never be dlv6r dTakeaway r4 8 1 I i1n gad a4eoetlon sea but 1 eo olplate f IRELANDI j Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death is much regretted or Thomas fioogan a prosperous merchant of Portadown The New Ross Gaelic League has made a valuable presentation to Treasurer J Hearne on the occasIon of his marriage Cardinal Logue blessed and laid the foundation stone of the new Catholic church to be erected at Pomeroy County Tyrdne The Naas SubCommittee of Toe nlcal Instruction has recommended the appointment of Miss Agnes M A Hanly of Dublin as teacher iof French in Naas Technical 1 School P OToole who has been stor 4 keeper1 of Galway Workhouse for twelve years was elected Master by thirtyones votes to twentynine given for L Lardiner In the final poll Patrick Brett of Charleston was bathing at Ennlserone and while resting on the pier after leaving thoI water he fell dead He had been spending his holidays at UHf seaside 4 While cleaning the spout at thp Croom mill County Limerick P OLeary of Meelln was caught 1In the machinery and was almost Instantly killed his body being fearfully mangled The Meath County Council hasjj unanimously elected Michael Dunn Carlanstown as rate collector IiIn Cells district Patrick Reilly who had resigned was granted superar nuation allowance The Duke of Abercorn has Intimated to the Strabane Urban Cour ell his willingness to purchas Strabane Glen from his own true tees and hand It over to the Council to be used as a peoples park Glengarlff Is threatened with n water famine and the Rev W OConnor attended q meeting of the Bantry Rural District Council to point out the danger to health by want of a proper water supply The Most Rev Dr Naughtoi Bishop of Klllala has transferred tev P J Glblln Clerical Examiner Torn KilmoreErrls to Aughoos Deep egret is felt at Father Glblins departure as he was extremely popula with his parishioners Workmen engaged in erecting n new store at the bakery premises of Arthur McCann in Newry while ex avating for foundations unearthed a great number of human bones On he site there formerly stood ia Cistercian Abbey founded in 1157 A meeting attended by thre bands and delegates from Nenagh Sllvermines Borrlsokane Clough loradn and Toomevara was held rt ECllruane to protest against the eviction of a widow named Behai md her son from a houso the fam- Ily had occupied s for close on a enturyOn motion of Councillor Byrn ai resolution was adopted at a meet- Ing of the Dublin Corporation requesting the Town Clerk to cdra nunlcate to the governing body of Mount Jerome cemetery the willing less of the Council to provide a iiiltable site indoor for tho Thomas Davis statue now practical ildden from the view of the genera mblte In the mortuary chapel or- tfount Jerome and that the committee be requested to hand the statu over to the Municipal Council to be erected in the Rotunda of the Cit Hall or some other suitable site ope to the public WRITE TOME When the son or daughter leave home one thing they should sieve neglect one thing there is with which no duty or pleasure shout Interfere Jt Is the letter to mother I It is not enough that they send in postal card Very busy Will writ soon Mothers letter should ba a budget of dally even hourly hap enlngs It should be as far as possible a reflection of every though and action in the new surroundings Mothers box of letters I What a reasure house of love How sbe uards It How she dreams over 1I- Ind ItI cries over It Itts hard Jor i1 nether to let her child leave thi home nest so critical a moment it 1Is In the latters life They shout strive to make the wrench less cruel There are hours at home after they are gone that are happy or disma accordIng to whether they have beep faithful or careless in mothe bought Never delay writing the otter home It is the call supreme Do nil that you can to please your leloved and devoted mother None will ever be so appreciative so ympathetrc so forgiving so under l standIng No heart will ever bea pore true WIDE OPEN SECRECY Every Catholic church Is wide open early twenty hours out of the twen yfour there is not a priest any rherA who will not gladly explain athollc dogma and doctrine at almost any time and still the Bom sstes Furlosos of bigotry condemn the church for her secrecy and dart aysUnion and Times i PEACH PUDDING Mlxtogether two cupfuls of flour two and onebait teaspoonfuls of b aking powder halt a teaspoonful of salt and onethird cupful of sugar tub through a sieve and add two thirds cupfuls of milk one wet eaten egg and three tablespoonful of soft lard Spread this hia shal ow greased cake tin Cover the top of the dough with canner teaches sprinkle with augarand take in a moderate over for half Fir hour Serve with cream and sugar regg sauce SWEET SANDWICHES ES Bake bananas in their skins until tender Strip skin off and sprlnklt with a few drops of lemon and range juice Add also a sprinkling oraugar mash and spread on thldl d clit bread and butter Before put Jne together M sandwiches ooVe- hfr maRked Wniijia with crate Inupple 1 FRANK FEHR BREWING CO 1INCORPdHATED j Brewers and Bottlers ILOUISVILLE KY e OUIhSPECIAL BREWI- s a Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 y SENNACKERMANBREWING COMPANY 4 ENOOHPORATJCD LOUISVILLE KV3 umb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNsrconroaerED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellentfiftTtf GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordi shs- ha Case for Your Home t TELEPHONES Nome 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iSON Funeral1 Directors and Embalmers JF ISiEfR AV SIT1110 uTeietieear11tY p en t THE 2 FAVORITES of Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL IIOc Cig- arLITTLE A Jp Sc Cigar The cigars without an jnnflrmjuaUty and flavor Homemade Unlonmada and the bestmade for the money Per sale at all dispensers of smokers T WTARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS We have just received five carloads of Monuments ranging to e price from 7500 to 20000 an4 which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us ai call at our warerooms 31833 West Green St Now Muldoon Monument to CB THOMPSON FLORISTONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTHAVENUL Both ToIcph ritt sOle All vrdeis receive prompt ttetto se- dad satisfaction sraaranted Delightful Smokfipi- kJNB crry aS io VGK CEKOPATItA k 1S GONDOLA 0 r h jU A L B0MEOKjlLry fikwat 5 4- c v t II d tOW tLTCKX X + H AIVZERIOAI IIi x New Fall Clothes Read WE ARE SHOWING THE AUTUMN SUITS AND OVERCOAT The favored models from the work rooms of the best makers Priced from 1000 to 3000 Cunning Lewis Brotzg N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON Mens Exclusive Clothes Shop Hens and Young a Do You Realize What a Nicks Green Label I Means to You L If not listen It means double premium value at GREEN TRADING ST UV1P for our store or one each GREEN LABEL Also if youd rather one eachProfitGREEN LABEL and above all the BEST AND k BIGGEST LOAF ON THE MARKET- Be sure and get NICKS BREAD Its made under the strictest sanitary conditions by Nick Warisse Baking Co 13 TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAM Vanilla Strawberry Chocolate Orange K Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPAN f EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY il 0M49t ifitMMiltll 60 piNlNoil +tNai+ tlOftt FOR GOODNESS SAKE IEAT BREAD1Madein the South wooseaaoese set + + e o et8k For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE l 425 427 and 429 East Market Street- J u S I 1 11 S 11111 11111111 ++i++ 1111111 z++oIoI1o NOWIS BETTER THAN WHENt GAS STOVES Sld now can be connected now but when bought in the Tushlealon we can not tell just when we can get to your particular orderLOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY DOUGHERTY LANNIHG COAL CO INCORPORATED FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE M w is the time to fill your tpalIbin with our freshly iml 9 i Star Block Coal i40qPBR ITQN 2000 POUNDS HnM P1saCity 1101Cnlnb SeRtk tHf8 j Ho c Americas Fleetest Horses in Six Rich Races Daily Under Auspices DOU6LAS PARR JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN MEETING OF ELEVEN DAYS Front Tuesday September 23 and Ending Saturday October 4 FEATURE EVENTS Douglas Park Inaugural opening day Beechmont Stakes Selling Saturday September 27 Louisvile Cup at two miles value 3500 and a gold loving cup to the owner of the winner Saturday October 4 First Race at 215 pM Admission 150 and 100 Reduced Railroad Rates CATHOLIC KNIGHTS The monthly meeting of the Central Committee Catholic Knights of America at St Marys Hall wal well attended Though enthusiasm prevailed there was a general feel- Ing of regret when the Illness of 1 Co Joe P McGinn was announced as the reason for his absence Chairman Ben Kruse made the final report on the Jasper excursion which was pronounced success With all expenses met there was a nice sum to be put In the treasury President Schalda complimented the committee for its good work and some nice things were said about Carroll Burch of the Southern railway The Organization and Membership Committees will soon begin a round of visits to the local branches for the purpose of arousing interest and Increasing the membership Attention was called to the promptness with which beneficiaries are now paid by the Supreme officers not more than from six to ten days elapsing before full and complete settlement 1S made Notwithstanding the great expense the Central Committee incurred dais year it remains in excellent condition and able and wing to assist any of the local branches DOUGLAS PAUK RACING Manager John Hachmelster Jlnd his assistants have everything ready for the Douglas Park Jockey Club fall meeting which opens next Tuea day and continues eleven days The stakes to be run off are the 3500 Inaugural Handicap the 5000 Louisville Cup and the Deechmont Stakes to which 1500 is added There have never been as many great horses in Louisville at onetime as will race at the coming fall meeting and for the first time In the history of the local track there are quartered here two threeye olds that stand unbeaten so far this season they being Horron and Helois Manager Hachmeister looks for recordbreaking crowds not only on days like those when the stake events will be decided but at all other periods during the meeting The racing at Douglas Park this 1ffall will compare in class and brilliancy to any meeting ever held In this country at any season of the year There will be six races dally and for each there will be a large field ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION At the meeting of Division 3 A- O H on Monday evening it was decided to celebrate the division anniversary with an open meeting and entertainment on Monday October 20 the Committee of Arrangeme to announce the programme at a later date County President W J Con icily was present and complimented he downtown boys on their con Inual efforts to upbuild the order a1t1 eferred to the recent suctess of 1thE picnic President Hugh Hourlgatl obligated one candidate and one WI1E avorably reported on by the Inv s Igatlon Committee MOURN HER DEATH Many friends and relatives mourn he death of Mrs Mary McCrory who succumbed to paralysis at her home 104 East Brecklnriflge street following an illness of three months She was the widow of Joseph Me irory who was a machinist employed by the Louisville NashvillE allroad Company Three daughte Marguerite Regina and Oertru IcCrory survive her Her funera1 was held Sunday afternoon from ISt Mary Magdalens church of whicl1 he had long been a faithful member FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours Adoratl wlll take place tomorrow at thE hurch of the Blessed Sarframei East Washington street Fatbel anjel 0 Sijlllvan the pastor haE made every preparation for thesE olemn but beautiful devotions ai wlll be assisted by members of thE local clergy They will open witl high mass tomorrow morning and include Tuesday PARISH REUNION Next Friday afternoon and nlgh1 at the school hall Thirtyfifth and Market the people of St Columba church will hold a euchre and lotto partyror which great preparation has been made and many handsome prizes secured This par y wUlbe made the occasion of a parish re union and members oj the congre gatlon invite their friends from all sections of the city OPENING DANCING SCHOOL Miss Blanche Mitchell will open lier season dancing classes at the ilverslty School on Tuesday after 1100n September 30 arid at King HalJ on Thursday October 2 class d yj to lbe Tueeday and Saturday at- the former and Monday and Thursda H the latter SUCOEEDSllfOKLAH01lA Patrick Henry Nolan of the Okla ma State Corporation Compile slonWal tact week made exper constant of the department at iI lary of JIOO per year iPatrlel H rar U am old Bewllnr 3rem bo and UhMn coonwted with th Corporation Commission for the past two years TWIN ciTY LEAGUE The Catholic Baseball League closed Its season last Sunday with the usual large attendance present the flog being captured by the Champions by a nice margin but were given a battle royal by the Shamrocks only two hits apiece being made and no errors Brownfield striking out fifteen of the Sham rocks and Haragan fanning thlrteenI ot the Champions but the latter won to 0 The Kentucky Oaks nosed out the Spring Banks for second place In a game between these 1 two the feature being a triple play by the Holy Cross boys The Hepburns defeated the Athletics mainly through the star pitching of Pike and the Bruins were given a forfeited gam over the Cadets The final standing W L- Champions15 Pet 5 750 Kentucky Oaks13 7 650 Spring Banks12 7 630 Bruins 11 9 lSO Shamrocks 9 10 474 Hepburns 6 12 331 Cadets 6 13 16 Athletics 5 14 263 G YETI THEATER Honest for Its appeal and far reaching in its moral is said to 1I The Little Lost Sister the lllumln atlng play which comes to the Oay ety Theater next week Every member of the company spent the sum niter In Chicagos levee district studY- Ing conditions before the play was produced The play has been lauded by press and public THE LAST DAY This Is the last day of the State Fair the best ever held In Kentucky The big night of the week was IrishAmerican night the grounds being thronged with people If there are any who have not yet attended they should not fall to rO today The exhibits and attractions will prove an agreeable surprise being the largest and most complete In the history of the State Fair iand reflecting great Credit on Chairman Newman and Secretary Dent STITHTON WEDDING Carl Pike a well known young farmer and Miss Lorene daughtar of L D Calvin a prominent citizen of Stlthton were married by the Rev R C Ruff pastor of St Pat Icks church Both the young peo pIe are members of prominent fam lies of that section and they ma- l reside at Stithton- YANDWATES FOR PRIEST OOD- With solemn and impressive cere lonlal five young novices of iIthE I asslonist order were professed at- ll he Sacred Heart Retreat on thE I Newburg road Monday afternoon They have now entered upon thel ecclesiastical studies preparatory t entering the prelsthood of this greal order l It OF O GROWING The Knights of Columbus no 11 consists of 1630 councils in Ithi United States with a members for the year ending June 30 02074 this being an increase 0 9326 over last years report Since 1909 the order has increase In membership over 75000 which 11 ulte a phenomenal growth LAID TO REST Sister Frances Clare aged forty three years died Wednesday moral at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hosplt blowing an Illness of one month uratlon She was a native of Ire land coming to Louisville fron ellaire Ohio Her remains wer taken to Nazareth where the funera and Interment took place BENEFIT EUCHRE l Miss nate Fitzgerald 3039 Gras avenue will entertain with a euchrE and lotto party for the benefit 0- 1Ule Catholic Womans Club or Wednesday afternoon Septemb 24I Play will begin at 230 ocloc and for those who attend there wll bei a very pleasant time LESSER SACRAMENT MISSIO Dominican missionaries from St- Louis Bertrands Convent have bee11 secured by Rev Father OSulllva to conduct a weeks mission at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament East Washington street The mission will open November 2 and close 01- 1the Sunday following RETURNED TO NEBRASKA Dr W J McCrann Jr who for- the past year was an Interne at the- City Hospital here has returned to Nebraska He will locate In Soutl Omaha and take up the practice 01- hisi father in thai city Many remember the elder Dr McCrann whe- years ago was a prominent figure 1ii Louisville Catholic and IrlshAmerl cancircle A tavorjte fabric for aittenob d1eeHfI IBi net lnall welghte and iII sany combln tteBs It te wash i ableI cool iBexHMir a1I sew MACKIN COUNCIL Jlackin Council club house was thronged Monday night tho odcaslon being its anniversary celebraUon Many were there who had been 1long absent and the most intense enthusiasm prevailed Tho musical entertainment was greatly enjoyed and was classy throughout Re Father Francis Felten and Robert T Burke represented the Grand council of the Adantlc jurisdiction anft were called on for addresses TheIr remarks evoked rounds of applause as did also the response of Charles Raldy who spoke for Mackin Council The feature of the evening however was the Dutch lunch to which all dilli Justice pronoun lng it far ahead of any over served In Snltzelberg or Germantown Thi Is the beginning of Mackins wlnte series of events which will be augmented by the dances to be given under the auspices pf the social club Among the officers and members there is a growing sentiment for another initiation and banquet before theend of the year BASEBALL FINATS After tomorrows game withs Kansas City the Louisville team will begin a fourgame series with Joe Cantllions Minneapolis warriors iand the results of these four games will go a long way in deciding the pennant race and at the same time give the local fans a lino on the finish of the Colonels There is no question but that Louisville andColum bus are playing a better article or ball than the leaders and it woUld not surprise many to see either Milwaukee or Minneapolis finish in third position the former having their long predicted slamp Just now while the latter is playing erratic ball Through the kindness of President Wathen next Friday has been set aside as Osborne day iand the fans are expected to turn out In large numbers in appreciation of the sterling work of our centerfleld whose consistent hitting is responsible mainly for the teams good showing A winning team is n- splendid advertisement for the town therefore It Is up to the piub lie in general to reciprocate Tickets are pow on sale at Ostermans cigar store In the InterSouthern bultdlng NEW OIL COMPANY Subscriptions for the capital sloc1 of the Acme Cotton 011 Company art sow being solicited the new company having Just purchased the property formerly owned by the Victor Cotton Olt Company The organizers areal1 oval men who have been IdentlfletJ with that Industry for years ThE men interested in promoting the I ilev ompnny are R C Waggener whCl for thirty years has been In the reo Inlug business C J Murphy an tVIlllam P Hannon who have beetl III this line for fifteen years and ih refining Is to be done by Thoma toss who has been associated witt Mr Waggener for twent fie years Hint C McClarty well known lr financial circles Is also interest The new refinery will have a capac ity of 1000 barrels daily and astor age capacity of about 30000 bar 1els SOCIAL CLUB DANCES Tho Emerald Hibernian Socia MUD composed of the younger element of Division 4J A O IL wlt give a season series of dances at Itht Jtoplan Hall Twentysecond am Garland avenue beginning Wednesday evening October 8 and are plan ilng to conduct high class affair nat will rebound with credit to themselves and the A O H in general ALTAR SOCIETY EUCHRE Th Altar Society pf St Johnj hurch will entertain with a euch arid lotto at the residence of Mrs ohn Donnelly 1221 East Breckl Idge street next Tuesday afternoi Ilnd evening the afternoon games t e called at 230 oclock and thl vening games at 8 NEW ALBANY Preparing for the centennial to 1bE tlehrated in New Albany the Boat ot Trustees of St Marys church hai contracted for a granitoid pavement In front of the church property ThE centennial occurs next month and- Frank Fongerousse the contraoto expects to have the work complete l before that event which will surpass anything In New Albanys history FOURTH DEGREE- Exemplltications of the fourth degree for the Knights of Columbu on October 12 are announced as follows Louisville Ky Robert A Watson Master Austin Texas Gen W R Hambly Master Concord N H John F Crowley Master ETIZABET TOWN The date for the wedding of lI1ft- Ada McDermott and Demon Coope r- has been set for Thursday Octobe 9 at 9 Q dock In the morning at SH JamM church In1 BMzabethtown Ii- wUl be a firlHIant social event a oar promlaent and popular J +11111111 U 11 ZJ 11 U II tot II U II Up I S II S 111111 1 JI tin BACtSTABHSHEb N SON INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons Red Goose School Shoes The Finest and Best For Children Sold Here Exclusively in Louisville Red Goose Shoes For Misses and Children Made up In patent leather gunmetal and vicl kid priced according to size SlzesS 12 to 11 pairSI76Si-zes 1112 to 2 pair8200Si- zes 212 to 512 pairS2G0 Second Floor J Bacon Sons oMol t 1 1 1011 1 1 101 1 1 + 101 101 1 11 Hi There may be different makes of shoes there may be higher priced shoes for children but none are to be compared with the Red Goose School Shoes In the 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