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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w i J PATRONIZE CR EAGER1 S- BUSINESS SCHOOL Second and Breckjnrliige VOLUME XXXI NO13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS 11 I f CAMPAIGN Opening of Democrats Mark Finish of Misfit Progressive Ticket Largest Attendance Present In History of Local Cam iaIgiis- BiiscIineyer Throws Doiiiti li Gamp of Hull Moose Ag gregation r HAAGER AND TYSONS BOOBS If there was any doubt about the success of the local Democrat ticket in the coming November election that doubt was dispelled by the magnificent crowd that was present at the ocpning rally In Hopkins Theater Wed esday night the at tendance being the largest in the history of local campaigns about 3000 people being crowded In the theater and over that number being on the outside at an overflow meet ing many returning home on ac count of not being able to get near either the outside or inside speak ers Stirring and splendid ad dresses were made by L16ut Coy McDermott Judge Henry S Barker Gen W B Haldeman Mayor W O Head Judge Samuel Greene and Dr John H Buschemeyer on the IIn- side and Joseph Huffaker Sam Robertson Charles Mllliken Will OConiior and others on the outside Enthusiasm was rampant and many are predicting a regular landslide for the entire ticket on election dayThe feature of the evening was the expose of the aggregation com prising the Progressive ticket by Dr Buschemeyer and who as charged In these columns before were hiding their weaknesses behind the folds of the Herald which has been preach ing civic reform and neglecting to give the public a line on their pro posed saviors of the people Dr Buschemeyer said in part speaking of the comparison of the Democratic and Progressive tckets Against Gen John B Castleman Louis Seelbach and DF Murphy Democratic nominees for the Parkjj Board the AxtonVance machine basI p lI 4AvlYe rBhL1 bltlonlst and Leo Bernhelm If whisky distiller For the General Council they haveI nominated Benjamin Hirsch a blender of the Bernhelm distillery and Theodore Diehl a beer driver for the Schlitz Brewing Company who distributes beer throughout tho redlight district And who is coupled with them as a running mate for the Council None other than ourold friend Charles B Nordeman the General Secretary of the AntiSaloon League Here Is a letterhead of the league and the city directory which bear out my state ments Think of the spectacle of an AntiSaloon iLeaguer a distillery blender and a beer wagon driver oc cupying adjoining desks in the Council and shouting In chorus for re formFor the Legislature they have nominated E W Elliott a Prohibi tionist preacher and Edward Volz a bartender In Herman Ohmanns saloon Whata sight it would be for the good people from the rural districts of Kentucky to see these two legislators from Louisvlll6 strolling arm in arm through the State Capitol at Frankfort Elliott carrying Bible and Volz carrying a bottle I For County Clerk Charlie Hess was the choice of they AxtonVance machine This is the same Hess who you remember got Into such a row while in Mayor Grlnsteads Board of Aldermen in regard to a diamond ring which Contractor Lee Figg gave him The Democratic nominee for County Clerk is P S Ray Which is the product of n machine and which the choice of the people For Magistrate we find on the AxtonVance ticket Charles 1rdcl son a policeman who was discharged for drinking and lolterlpg In a bar room who is now a janitor at one of Axtons headquarters For the Legislature they have nominated Dr Sebastian whom Axton choked and threw na bed lit a fight over who disclosed the secret antinegro rule of the Axton party Going a little further cotqpar Will Holley Democratic nominee for Police Court Clerk with Albert Eisenmenger the AxtonVance non ineeCompare Andrew M Sea the well known Confederate veteran and nominee for City Tax Receiver with G A Miller the AxtonVance nom- Inee Compare William H Meffert Democratic nominee for City Aud- Itor with A H Remmet of the AxtonVance ticket for the same office Think of comparing Judge1 ilplit rIck with that AxtoniVanco leader an aspirant for the Police Court bench William Holbo rn Compare Adolph Schmltt for City Treasurer with Will Poll And last but not least compare Samuel W Greene Democratic nom- Inee for County Judge with Mattl Holt who has now made peace with Axton and the lion anti thet lamb now lie down together Tell me which Is the machine ticket The Democratic tfckt ofr MeffertjRnd GreCne pf Boldrlci KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Ti Sea and Jim Camp chosen by 16000 voters participating at the Demo cratic primary or the slate made up of Hess and Axton Steffey and Volt and Diehl In a little room lighted with a dark lantern presided over by Burton Vance and Bud Ross and guarded by expolicemen Andy Miller Sam Owens Mart Donohue andBlll Smoot Will you vote to allow such In struments as these to control the city government of Louisville Who are the men back of Mr Axton Who are running his or- g plzatlon I propose to tell you some of the most notorious of them now Here are other men whom Burton Vance says put principle before office Here are his Instruments of reform Do you think they w uldbe working for lAxton and Vance unless they had been promised office In return for principle In the First ward there is Dr Hugh McCullough one time Cor oner He wanted to be Coroner again but because Dr Ellis Duncan got the Democratic nomination Dr McCullough has joined the Axton Vance machine and is now managing their campaign In the First ward He expects to be Health Officer in place of Dr W Ed Grant If Axton should ever be Mayor Imagine the reforms Dr McCullough would In augurate In the Health Office There are expollceriien Dick Murray Andy Miller and Sam Owens Mel LaPallle Phil Boro Jim Gorley Martin Donohue and flU Smoot They are worKing night and day for Mr Axton and make his headquarters their headquarters Sam Owens Is slated for Chief of Police and Donohue for Chief of Detectives and Andy Miller for Police Captain The others expect to be made Captains or Lieutenants of Police at the hands of Mr Axton Dr Buschemeyer might have added that the above list of sup porters who are being led around by the nose in the custody o Jake laager and Fllmore Tyson would do well to watch their leaders who itt ray moment may give them the doublecross as In the 1909 campaign when these twp attempted to sacrifice Grinstead and his followers in the eve of that election and who ire now laughing in their sleeves at the boobs who are following themII blindly and who may be left in the lurch whenever Messrs Haager and Tyson see an opportunity to benefit themselves GREAT EDJTOU CALLED Patrick Ford editor Of the New York Irish World died Tuesday ut his home In Brooklyn For a generation he had supported with speech and pen Irish opposition to English rule organizing in 1879 and the few years following somP 2500 l nt1iff rl iIi reKift1th J reasurer of which In Ireland heII orwarded half a million dollars hrough his paper Patrick FordI was born in Ireland in 1837 aOlII migrated nine years later to Amer IIca entering journalism in Upston in 1855 He served In the civil warI afterward settling in Charleston S CI whore he founded the Charleston Gazette Several years later he Is slued the first copy of the Irish World He was a close friend ot Tames G Blame whom he supported for the Presidency Editor Ford had established a great newspaper and was honored and respected for his mnor and integrity His death eaves a void in IrlshrAmerlcan jour lallsm that will be long felt BRIGHT PROSPECTS At the meeting of Division 4 A O H Monday evening in Bertrand Hall a report on the recent organization of the social club which is Intended for the benefit of the rounger members of the division rimarily was made by L J leany and James McTlghe they nnofinclrig that their first affair would be a dance at Utopian Hall on Wednesday evening October 8 and extending an Invitation to all ocal members to be present County President W J Connelly who was present congratulated the division qn Its enterprise and predicted that encouragement of tho social club would tend to advance cent of the order The attendance md financial receipts were the arrest of the year President John- HdiIncsbsateij tliat he and VIce resident Thomas Lynch had corralled a number of applicants for the next meeting DOYLE DOLAN Their ninny friends will be inter sted to know that the date for the marriage of Miss Mary Doyle and fohnDolan widely known and pop jlar young people has bfeen set for riiesday morning October 14 The ceremony will take place in St Augustines church Joffersonvlllo ho Rev John OConnell uniting the happy couple and celebrating the nuptial mass Miss Margaret Kennedy of Jeffersonvllle and John Finn of Jeffersontown will be the attendants A wedding breakfast at the grooms home will follow the church ceremony after which the couple wilt leave on a wedding trip to the North and West- yEFFEitSQNqTTE Many reJatlves lndlrlends wer rosen early Wednesday morning at 81t Augustines church In Jefferson vUlo tp witness the marriage of Frank A White and Miss Emma iBrennan opular young people of Howard Pltrc Rev John OConnell was tieI cele rant of thef nuptial mass and exformed the marriage ceremony F 1JoWJnga sumptuous wedding leaWast the happy couple departed ffct New fork an their bridal trip The bridegroom Is a sori of Mr andI Mrs It D IWIhlte and jibe brld Isa laughter of ir and Mrs Jame- Sirnan pp s EX= PRIEST CROWLEY I JII Junior Order Arranging to Bring Nbtorius Disturber toLiOuisYille ill Aid of the Progressive Campaign I 4 ItJ 4 If Axtou Followers Paving Way For a Repetition of the Disgraceful rII and Infamous Bloody MondayII I SKETCH OF THE LATEST JUDAS ISCARIOT Hr The local dark lantern society the Junior Order of UnhtidAmerz can Mechanics Which copiprlses all1 the leaders and 90 per cent of ho candidates on the Progressive ticket have been endeavoring to bring exPriest Crowley here to lec I ture principally as an aid to Axton and the Bull Moose ticket it being rumored that W W Davless one or the leaders has been absent from the city for the purpose of nego tiating with Crowley The Junior Order which is Wood Axtons anti the Progressive tickets advance agent is attempting to secure Macauleys Theater for the lecture thereby hoping to arouse religious prejudice against Catholics On account of the storm of indignation and protest from all fairminded ritlzens this past week the Louis yule Herald attempted to pave the way for these I lifters of mobs and disorder to cancel the lecture although the Herald editor and other Progressive leaders have been urg ing the above class of fanatics to renewed hatred against Catholics for the sole purpose of promoting Axtons hopeless campaign for Mayor If Axton was the caliber of man as clalmed by his organ he would Issue a statement denouncing the attempts of his followers to promote another Broody Monday This exPriest Crowley has been denied a hall or theater In many cities because of his vile abusive I lectures and In several towns here ho was permitted to speak his Incendiary remarks were the cause if riots in New Lexington Ohio the militia being called out to quell the disturbance In every instance the Junior Order of United American Med anlcs has promoted the Grow rrl fll i lly rQ ntlylk committee from this order was turned down by the Protestant city officials at Charlotte N C after in attempt had been made to secure a public building jinder the guise of what the Juniors termed was an educational lecture Here they will probably designate this traveling llsturbers subject as an Axton lec ture and distribute Bull Moose literature and Axton pictures as is now done at their meetings A word is to Crowley whom they are endeavoring to inflict on the citizens jf Louisville The saddest of all things is the slglit of a fallen prlestn priest who has stumbled from the altar Into the gutter But when the Fallen one remains in the gutter and slings mud at the church that edu ated him then one Instinctively thinks of Judas selling his Master for money Poor fallen Crowley He has gone the limit and hooked himself to the infamous Menace thus bringing down upon himself the scorn of all selfrespecting Americans irrespective of creed ifflllatlon Crowley is after the coin and as his dastardly attempt tit blackmailing failed him he now turns to the polecat of the American press We are indebted to Father Nell of Indiana for the following penpicture of the fallen priest h TKIXITVB MEETING Trinity Council Y M L had a wrgely attended meeting Monday venlng at which a resolution was mssed denouncing the present day methodsandsl oh dances as the tango lame duckturkey trot nd others of similar character In addition to regular routine work ipveral applications were received fhe Membership Committee an tounced that they hoped to bavea arge class for the coming jbtnt initla lIon for which Trinity recently ap jolnted a committee to confer wth tlackin and Unity Andrew Kfeffer who has been HI In St Louis sent 11 communication statins that he had ally recovered therebjr leaving only 1TbeiterarycouncU that a programme vas lielns arranged for the fall meetings Which would Include a number of llectures and debates The Euchre Committee reported that they were making good progress for the euchre and lotto party to take place early In November GQiETO REST Mrs Mary Dillon an aged and highly esteemed woman widow of Col Patrick Dillon a former City Marshal of Louisville and mother of former FJre Chief Ben Dillon who was killed In ah accident whjlle en route to a fire nearly four years ago succumbed Monday evening at her home 2115 Cherokee narjcway fol owing an illness of two weeks She yas a native of Ijouisyille and was formerly Miss Mary Keal She Js sur vved by a pbri Patrick Dillon a daughter XIss Mamie plllonanilI four grandchildren The funeral waS H I I lJeremiah CroWl y was born in County Cork Ireland November 20 18G1 pursued a course of studies for the priesthood add was ordained in Ireland June 188G Toward the end of Ithe same year he came to the United States and was assigned a place as assistant in the city of Manchester New Hampshire where he remained sixteen months then returned to Ireland Soon after he was imprisoned for seven months In Cork Our charity will suppose that he was unjustly jailed In 1896 Crowley returned to tip United States and Was given a charge by Archbishop Feehan ol Chicago For nearly three years ho was assistant at the Church of the Nativity then transferred to the parish at Oregon 111 He was here less than two years when his con nection with the Chicago diocese ceased He was In this country less than five years nQt long enough to become incardlnated in the diocese even if the Archbishop intended to keep him yet he would write a full and authentic history of the sad condition of the Catholic church in the Archdiocese of Chi cage Crowleysbwn words Knowing the motive which livompted Crowley to rebel and to wield the muckrake arid kriowlng that his contemplated action would result In no good but In great harm to souls whpm It would scandalize his ecclesiastical superior warned him under threat of excommunication against carrying it out Crowley remained obstinate and was formally excommunicated Later this ban waR lifted but Arch bishop Feehan refused to allow him to work In the Chicago diocese bOlhbeca heasnota subject rJh lrJl Ae 9Jt9 J scandal which lie had given After leaving Chicago Crowley married a woman of Schuyler Neb She was not a Catholic He lived with this woman in Seattle While in the West he engaged in the real estate business mid also was a floor walker In a department store He attended a Protestant church during his sojourn In the West Crowley has published two books the first 1905 entitled The Parochial School a Curse to the Church a Menace to the Nation t the other wasjsgued quite recently 1912 and is called Romanism a Menace to the Nation In the first production Crowley pretends to deal with the Archdiocese of Chicago only whilst in the latter volume he Incorporates the first book and then recounts all the evils which prejudiced writers have ever blamed the church for Only one effect Crow leys book can have and that Is- o make the bigoted more bigoted The man who knows a little about the Catholic church would be Inclined to distrust the whole work because of its evident exaggera tlons because it says too much because every charge Is expressed in the superlative Crowley contends that he Is not an excommunicated or unfrocked priest and makes much capital out tonducted Thursday morning irom lthe Cathedral of the Assumption of hlch she had been a lifelong devout ember FCOVINGTON iit Sunday afternoon following tin I trade of the Catholic societies and nany commanderles of the Knight of St John a large concourse of leOi ile Witnessed the cornersttone layini ol1tei nlMSt Augustine church enroll avenue and Nineteenth streets Covington The building will cost between 5OQQ end 100000 the Interior being of Italian renais sance design constructed of roughed rake brick with terra cotta trimmings copper cornices and rose windows The Interior will be Ro manesque with mosaic arches cIa vated floor Vestibule bhdalsles laidI tiling Thom will be three altars Iin and two side altars and the rcb will seat about 1000 persons Right Rev Bishop C P Moos offlcl Lied at the faying of the cornerstone tad was assisted by thoclergyof Cpvlngton Wo also delivered a ser hlon In English and Rev Father VIlllam flees one In German Prof Eifert and choir of the St Aloysius hurch1 rendered Jhemuslcal pro ffamm s An especially i prepared parchment was placed in tie corner tOne on which was inscribed a red ord of the event IlndrUionames ol the church And governeront author- Ities ASHLAND The Rev Father Gowlln pastor of the Holy Family church at Ali land da having that edifice rein ovatftd and bwtutlflwl About J600 will be expended on the work I of this He offers 5000 to any one who will prove that he Is not a priest in goodv standing of the Archdiocese ofI Chicago This IsI baby play for- FirstCrowley J has not theII 5000 SecondCrowley never was received I Into the diocese of Chicago ThirdNeeded no excommunica tion after he attempted to marry i even a lay person who marries out of the church Is excommunicated i by his very act I Crowley was formally excommunicated and all Chicago was i notified about it but the excom I munication was lifted by Cardinal J Martinelll when It was believed ho would go West and desist from his scandalglVing crusade For him to state that he Is still a priest in good standing of the Archdiocese of Chicago because lie did not leave thett diocese under excommunication is ridiculous Crowley is doing theII dirty work now only because he can not make a living In an hon orable way Had he a living he would be behaving himself now asII the following incident will sbowII On October 7 1911 he called on I Bishop Muldoon at Rockford unllerI the assumed name of Mr Brown I In this interview he offered to sell plates and manuscripts of his old I bpok and the manuscripts of a book which he threatened to publish re fleeting on the church and the Olin isters of the church unless a money consideration would be given him He said that his proposal was a cold blooded proposition that he needed the moneyIt would put him on Easy street as he ex pressed It In his interview he vehemently denounced his former tisand coconspirators as scouni ffij7 llll ir Tiisml 11 liars and fools who had Induced hjm to do his mean acts and had now deserted him He said that one object he had in publishing the new volume was to show up his former friends in their true light the other was to obtain money from the publication Unknown to Crow ley there was a witness to his con versation and proposition and this witness the Rev J T Flanagan herewith solemnly makes testimony as to the blackmail- I J J Flanagan a Catholic priest of the diocese of Rockford do solemnly testify that on October 7 1911 I saw J J Crowley and heard him make a proposition to Right Rev Bishop Muldoon The proposi ion was to the effect that he J J Crowley for a consideration of 50000 would turn over to Bishop Muldoon and refrain from publish- Ing certain plates and manuscripts the purpose of publishing which was to defame the Roman Catholic church and the ministers thereof I also heard the Bishops rejection of J J Crciwleys offer I heard tho Bishop tell Crowley that he was a blackmailer and an extortioner and that he would not give five cents for all the rubbish which J J Crowley cpuld collect in a thousand years Signed J J Flanagan IMUESTS KTimKE The Very Rev Dr Gregory Beoh old D D O S B rector of St Jelnrads Ecclesiastical Seminary at 51 Melnrad Ind and one of thu most learned priests in this part of I the country on Monday celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of hisI irdlnatlon to the priesthood In I Jreeling with his wishes the celebra ton was rather a spiritual and family flair than a great festivity Thin lonastery will celebrate Dr Greg orys silver Jubilee October 15 ail- well as those of the Rev Dominic inrthel O S B rector of thet Teparatory College and the Rev Vincent Wagner O SB professor att music and organist at the Abbey Father Dominic was ordained No ember 25 and Father Vincent September 29 1888 OCTOBER WEDDING Miss Loretta Maloney daughter of kfr and Mrs J W Maloney who ms been spending the summer with her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs T J Maloney of Waldwick N J- hRs returned home to Covington to repare for her marriage to Charles L Glldea assistant manager of the vorlllard Tobacco Company Jersey ity NT Tho wedding will be solemnized at St iMarys Cathedral In October i CHIEF JUSTICE CULTENV T The impeachment trial at Albany 111 jllrect tine attention of tho pod pIe of tho State to Judge Cullen Iits presiding Judge puiingr a long and itul life he has rel1deredcon ipicuouB service to the nation asagaUI itofficerand to the State as a I Judge of long service Modest and t jJ ci unassuming in demeanor deeply learned In the law courteous to listen lut decisive to rule when counsel have presented their views he Is re spect rl and beloved by the entire bar of the State Happily an opportunity Is now afforded Judge Cullen to render another great public serv ice just on the eve of his retirement It iis fortunate that the State can command the service elf such a man in so great a matter- KNIGhThOODI FOR NEIIUASKAX The Omaha True Voice was first to give out the news that JOhn P Sutton of Lincoln been appointeed cbkhadby the Pope of the Order of St Gregory the Great The honor IB one of the highest conferred by the Pope upon a layman anti is given 1In recognition of ndtable services ren rfered the church An appropriate decoration goes with the appolntmen consisting of a large doublepolntei golden star suspended by a rlbboi and to be worn on the breast It IIs expected that this decoration will be brought tto Lincoln by Bishop Tihein- on hte return from Rome and that 1It will be conferred at a public function soon afterward Mr Sutton who IIs sixtyeight years old lute been sa resident of Lincoln for many years He saw service In tine regular army operating against the Indians in the West In the late sixties On his retirement from the army he enterec business He was for several years National Secretary of the Irish Lane League in America when the late John Fitzgerald of Lincoln WUA President Mr Sutton has now thpI honor of being tho only Knight of St Gregory In Nebraska The lateI Count CrelgMon held that honlir but since his death it has not teen held by any laymen In ebr1sknIj KATJIKS ILAXNKD Three hundred representatives ofjj the various Irish societies in the five Boroughs of New York meeting InI the hall of the United Irish LeagueI or Friday night completed arrange ments for a home rule night October r at Carnegie Music Hall This will LPt the oepnlng gun of what is hoped to be the final campaign of the Irish in America In behalf of the Irish Par lamentary party Similar demon strations are planner to be held this fall and winter under the auspices of the league in every large cityI Michael E Corbley President of Municipal Council of the United Irish League was Chairman It was announced that Congressman James rIGraham of Illinois and John Purroy Mltohel Collector of the Port will be two of three or fcftir speakers on that occasion Lieut Gov Glynn has in formed Patrick Egan former Minis ter to Chile that he will make an bffort to attend tTRiS1ATiilOll1hiViNClO- Donovan Rossa the Fenian leader long exiled from Ireland who was elected to the House of Corn lions while In prison under a life tentenco for treasonfelony Is at 3t Vincents Hospital West New Brighton Staten Island and very III He Is elgbtytwo years old Mr Ftpssa had been ill and confined to- Us bed for three years when he was aken to the hospital about three ceks ago His wife hind become too III to care for him An effort is to- Lf made to persuade her to let the iged Irishman be transferred to St Vincents Hospital in Manhattan Tim Staten Island institution will not keep patients incurably Ill as Rossa I said to be About a year ago Justices GenT and Cohalan of the Supreme Court raised 800 among New York Judges and lawyers for he old mans aid and some hundreds uore have since been collected by ublle subscription MAOKIN COUNCIL t There was a marked Increase In the attendance at the meeting ot Mackln Council this week which Was full of Interest Besides the usual routine a committee was appointed to confer with Trinity and Unity Councils and arrange for the joint Initiation to take plaqe in the near future Two teams wore named to conduct a membership contest which It is hoped will secte another hun dred members Announcement Was made of the Social Club semimonthly reception dances an Invitation being extended the members and their friends to attend the first on Thursday night 1C OF C IX 1AUAPE The members ot the local coimcll Knight of Columbus have been In itructed to meet at the club house Iext Tuesday evening at 7 oclock anti lie prepared to take part In the Perry itnteanlal parade each member be lug requested to wear dark clothes md carry a small American flag on te lapel of the coat this to be fur lished at the hall Grand Knight f H Callahan ureeff every member toe present without fall and assist in doing glory to the celebration RETURNS TO COLLEGE Pierce Dlxon sop of Patrick DIxon nd a popular Jeffersonvllle boy left his week for St Melnrads where Incas I completed six years of study for the priesthood Young Dlxlrn who isI he only student for the priesthoodl from Jeffersonville always spends hisI lacatlon wth his parents It wlllre luire five more years to complete his ourse and his many friends prar that they may be spared to assist at his first mass HOME NEXT WEEK Col John H Whallen whp has been abroad for two months andr has been spending the past week New Ydrk is expected to arrive inI Louisville within the next few days l 7 c YWE DO- PRINTING 1 FIRST CLASS WORK Give Thin Office Your Next Order NOT YET 1 Has Any Decision Boon Itcncltcd Upon Lord Lorc1iurn Proposal j Nationalist Iami Liberals Stand ing FlrnVForTlielr Homei Itiilcllill Carson anti Ills Ulster Follow ers Confess Their Acts Unlawful I PROPOSAL MEETSTO DISSENT It is a curious fact cables T P OConnor that side by side with the fierce opposition to home rule for Ireland which id going on at this t moment there is running a stream of tendency to a solution of the difficul ties of the British empire which nec essarily Involves home rule for Ire mud Party loyalty though is so itrong in the present House of Com mons that Premier Asquith wHl probably be backed by his supporters In whatever line he takes and they will not consent to embarrass him or to embarrass home rule for Ireland fa It not a strange topsyturvy phe nomenon that Ireland today Is the chief concern of the Liberals in Eng land Scotland and Wales that this Issue which formerly weakened and divided and exiled from power tor nearly a quarter of a century the Liberal party should today be the hon clamp which keeps them to ether i Reviewing the effects of Lord Lore turns proposition another correspondent cables the following from London So far as utward appearances go the position of affairs In Ulster has not changed during the ten days that have elapsed since the appearance of the memorable letter of Lord Lore burn tine former Lord High Chancellor Inibe Times In which he sug Sested i conference of leading repre sentatives of all parties interested In the Irish question but as Sir Edward Larson the leader of the Ulster bnlimiste has said the question canto longer stand as it did before the appearance of that letter It is both aturnl and necessary that the pre liminary stages of the discussion in hlch such Issues are Involved lie private Ko onejjven jpew pre clida folllknowwh eftbara i nottthO inggested conference will be held for Iti Is certain that no decision either or or against the holding of such a fleeting has as yet been made Although the proposal as is only tatural has evoked a storm of angry dissent from both Unionists and home islets It is nevertheless being serl msly and dispassionately considered Jo one however has as yet evolved ai balls on which such a conference ould meet with any likelihood of isuccessful issue to the deliberations Sir Edward Carson and his Ulster men refuse to budge a jot from their determination to be governed only by an imperial party and nn executive who will ho responsible to It The Irish Nationalists are equally firm in heir adherence to the cry for a sop rate nationality Thus the obstacles to any settlement by consent are fatal- On the other hand the sympa hizers with Lord Ioreburns scheme profess to find some ground for hope The Times is encouraged by what it calls the new spirit which Ireland tas developed In thelMt twenty rears as shown In the working of tie local government act Lord Grey who is a stout home ruler is In hopes hat tIne conference will be held and that it will evolve a scheme of led irallsm which will cover the minima demanded by the Ulster Unionists and the Nationalists respectively But when all has been said and done no ono seems to venture mere than a omewhat feeble hope that a confer ace may be held and the still more feeble hope that It will be successful In attaining Us object Meanwhile Sir Edward Carson and IIIs followers in Ulster are going on wltlt their plans without secrecy or ubtorfuge Sir EdwaVd openly con eases that their proceedings are legal He says the drilling of the nen Is illegal the volunteers themselves are Illegal and the Government knows they are illegal but do anot fare to Interfere The Dally Tele raph says that arrangements for the ormation In Ulster by a council of Ive of a separate constitution erie apparently far advanced and that an ann uncemnent to this effect may be nade In a few days FATtIER HOWM3TT COMING Rev W J Hewlett who for thirty even years has labored In Colorado ill leave next week for Loretto Ky here he will be chaplain at the iother house of the Sisterb of Lor etIto Father iHowlett has been in Colorado since 1S65 He wad edu ated and ordained in Paris hi 1876 for the Colorado diocese and labored hero with Bishop Maohobeauf being ne of the pioneer priests who helped p establish the Catholic faith lathe Rock Mountains WOMENS Am SOCIETY I The Womens Aid Society of t Marys church New Albany has elected the following officer iMrst William Soerge Pfesldentlf8-I Paul Reisins Vice Pr sldellt Mrs S llllam petllnger fecr Uryj and- Tin Frederick iLampke TreMttMr ci sl TTi70S3Z YY I AM RICAN KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN to the Social and Meral Adv ceweaeat el Irish American and CaAelkae ttUv1d Indorsed by Ancleat Order of Hibernian Young Mens y Institute and CatnoHc Knights oJ America J KBriTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 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tho people I KNOXTS HYPOCRISY In reply to his attitude in the exPriest Crowley lecture Editor Dick Knott made an uncalled for attack on the Kentucky Irish Ameri thiopaper to that of the Menace We only desire to make one point 1 in answer to that of the smug hypocrite who edits the columns of the Even Ing Post While he is busy In his pretended defense of Catholics answering card writers whose name- do not appear In the city directory his partner and business manager of the Evening Post was present at the meeting of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics In their ball last Sunday afternoon when the question of bringing the apostate priest to Louisville was being discussed Nut sod- PATRICK FORD The Catholic press suffers a dis tinct loss in the death of Patrick Ford the able and patriotic edltoij of the Irish World His life was devoted to the people of hIs race an religion both In this country and the old land Fearless and honest Pat Ford was Just to all and the Irish people the world over will mourn his death and pray for the repose of his soul Pity tis hat he was not spared to see his lifes hope realized and Ireland free To those relatives who survive him we extend our heartfelt sympathy in a toss that n us Is next to personal IGNORE CROWLEY Jeremiah Crowley the aposta- taridexpriestvhose e unsavory record appears In this issue is reported comliig to Louisville to deliver hs Infamous lecture on October 12 As one of our exchanges Haysn referring to him developments In various places throughout the coun try within the past month prove conclusively that the business of the expriest the exnun is played out The walls separating Catholics from their nonCatholic fellow citizens are falling walls reared by Ignorance and bigotry and built upon by the apostate and the renegade Tub sensible Protestant living side by side with the Catholic knows that the religion which makes of hs neighbor a good citizen an upright mann faithful friend could never Inspire or tolerate the Infamy as cribed to it by these unknown speakers or writers while the re flecting mind will Always regard with suspicion tho denunciations of the friend turned foe When Crowley lectured at New Lexington Ohio he caused so much commotion that the Mayor deemed It necessary to call out the militia The lecturer received the benefit of the advertising and Illfeeling was stirred up that will not abate for months So much for that method of dealing with such disturbers But how different when Crowley visited Wheeling the week before There his reception was different and the results far more satisfactory The Board of Trade Auditorium lad been rented for the lectures which had been advertised as educational and inspiring Catholic societies then got busy They knew how edu cational and Inspiring the lectures w uldbe They approached tho lessors of the Auditorium who when the character of the lectures wasII explained to them promptly canceled t the engaement and returned the money paid in advance Friends of the spouter were refused other halls and lecture rooms including the Lutheran church Finally the Mayor and Chief of Police Informed him that they would promptly arrest him it he adopted the soapbox plan and raised a disturbance In the streets He and his henchmen con sisting almost exclusively of the riffraff of the city were thereafter under close observation from the time he struck town till lie departed a looked beateR and disgusted lecturer drtbe two methods here exempla fled of dAlIrig with thus lOwer of diteord in hitherto peaceful coin munltiM the reader can readilyy eoHciude that the s oomd Is the more effective Should Crowley persist Ia KPftriiiK ia Kemtuokr the Chrk = tln people fcotild ignore ato This fr r course will preserve the good feeling prevailing hero and administer a frost to the bigots who are resppn dole for his coming A STEP NEARER I i And now the high church clergy men of the Protestant Episcopal denomination are considering mak ing a petition to their Board of Bishops for the right to administer extreme unction to the dying notes Father Cotter In the Catholic Union and Times When the general con vention of the Protestant Episcopal church meets next month In New York there may be granted legisla tion permitting the church to anoint the sick with oil It Is another revolution of the wheel which will eventually lot us hope bring the Breeders within the true void which tlley unwisely left over four hun rememberdhearing a high church clergyman a brilliant graduate of Cambridge England complain of the prejudice of priests who when visiting old historic English churches while sightseeing through tho country did not genuflect before the altars I always do so in a Roman Catholic church because I believe truly In Englishsclergyman Wo cxplained it was not disrespect that made Catholic priests not honor the real pres once on a Protestant altar but the posslbllty or paying idolatrous worship adoring that which had ordainedspriest of the Holy Roman Catholic Church But the courteous pious Cambridge man found It difficult to accept the explanation so con firmed was he In his own belief that the Episcopal church possesses the divinelydelegated right to ordain and consecrate Onefifth of the Kentucky Methodist Conference voted to change the name of the Methodist Episcopal Church South to the Methodist Episcopal Church of America Our separated brethren are much troubled over the titles their de heardThe annual freshrtihn sophomore fight known as the tank scrap at Purdue University Lafayette Ind which occurred last Friday night resulted In the death of a student Such features as this never occur in our Catholic colleges or universities Major Gen Nelson A Miles U S A retired and drawing a nice salary has announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Congress from the Third district of Massachusetts The Republicans will find hint too heavy tocarry From Rome come numerous reports that after the Constantin Ian celebrations have closed there will be held a consistory at which several Cardinals will be created There are devils In all walks of life Sooner or later the Satan within them Is bound to show himself KNffillTS OF GOLlin Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Pueblo Knights are talking about erecting a new block The Columbus day parade at Providence will comprise five divis ions The Philadelphia Chapter has con tributed 3000 to the Archbishop Ryan memorial fund The consolidated councils of Syra cuse wilt have a big third degree exemplification tomorrow Great preparation is being made for the formal opening of the new home at Batavla N Y on October 15 With a number of State officers present the three degrees were ex amplified last Sunday at Greonsburg IndLast Saturday Toledo Council opened its new club house located at Jefferson avenue and Sixteenth street An effort will be made by each council In Wisconsin to build Its own club house within the next three years There will be a big Initiation at Terre Haute on Discovery day The observance will open with religious services at St Benedicts church the Knights wearing carnations Milwaukee Knights have invited Vice President Marshall Speaker Champ Clark and Senators OGor i man and Walsh to address their j patriotic celebration on October 12 The New York Chapter will cele brate Columbus day with a great public demonstration In Carnegie I Hall Right Rev Bishop McFaul I and Attorney General Thomas F t Carmody will be among the speak I ere WANT NEW NAME t The High Church IJplscopaltamfi 1 dill want to get rid of the Protestant tt- lit their name and to call themselves fethttlics It ds funny to Marof Episcopalian Catholics Next we may t- tr told of JCethodtet t Catholics Pees 1 lyterten CathollcMormon Ctfeolios 1 Ihrtetten Silence Catholic and AOOO all the way down through the fifty seven varieties It U to Uughrr rathojlp Columbian I v v t Flaift and valour are pweh need r or ebtldrpltata bk I ONE DOLLAR a month keeps you 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Deer Park xMaMrs Lee Young of Lee street entertained rs A Winterhal und Miss Josephine Godfrey last Tues day Mrs W T Dolan of Jefferson vllle has returned from a two weeks visit to relatives in Qhi cagoMiss Myrtle Score daughter of Mr and Mrs J J Score left Tues day to attend St Agnes Academy at MemphisMiss Lillian Mazzoni will leave next week for Cincinnati where she will attend the Sacred Heart Doyle of Marydale had as visitors the past week Misses Eva Payne and Mary Henry of Irvington Mrs Alvin D McCloskey of South Seventh street entertained Thursday In honor of Mr and Mrs Lee Young and children Misses Nellie and Mary Finegan are home from a most enjoyable visit to their sister Mrs Peter Jennings at Modoc Ark Joseph Fallon and his mother lire Catherine Fallon are visiting Pittsburgh New York and other Eastern points Mrs John Moran of Frankfort has been here for a week visiting Mr and Mrs SEverln and family South Louisville Dr Charles A Edelen and wife md daughter have returned from a- LG110 mile automobile trip through he Western States James and Edward McGrath sons it Mr and Mrs Frank McGrath crt Wednesday to attend StJo ephs College at Bardstown Editor Ed D Shinnlck of Shelby Mlle has been spending the week In InclnnatI visiting his sister Mrs i1 P Mooney and other friends Miss Nellie Falk and little deco Catherine Davern were the nests of Mr and Mrs William Falk at Bedford ndfor a week Mrs David ONeill and son Wlll im of Richmond and Mrs Eo C leller of Paris were recent guests f Mr and Mrsll Foley of Third venue Misses Mary and Angela Flynn f 303 East College have returned rom St Louis where they spent Free months and were extensively itertalsed hisses Margaret and Anna New lanot Portland had as their State air guests the Misses Helen oulse Kathryn and Margaret Finn f Lexington I Mies Isabelle tafiltb of New Al c any departed Tuday for Nazareth i Mpter the NasarKhAcademY 8h II M aoouwaaldby 1aWMQtJwir rHJoOBDJH4I 4 TRANSYLVANIA EN Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner 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railroad Miss Mary Fisher has been enter taining Miss Anna Lonergan of St Louis Friday of last week she gave a theater party at Macauleys and on Saturday the fair visitor was honor guest at a theater party at Keiths and luncheon at Klein s The Young Mens Social Club will give the third of their series or dances at Utopian Hall next Thurs day evening and the folowing Recep tion Committee will be in charger Leo P Reilly Joseph B Burke John Baldwin Raymond Owens and Mar tin Mullaney Miss Mary Mathdias entertained at her home on the Highland boule vard Monday evening with the fol lowing guests present Misses Rose Denzinger Flora Denzlnger Rosalie Bchwierman Mary Schwlerman Anna Lillie Mathdias Messrs John Bchwierman Guy Brady Charles Doolin Melvin McCann and James Meadis Miss Bessie Roller of Lebanon Junction and August H Smith of marriageWednesday Borromeo church Rev Father performingtheArthur Thompson were the attend ants Immediately after the cere mony the newly wedded couple left for 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H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Hb All the late and sew Styles and Shapes priCNCan HERRMANN BROS nsroRTss PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dlttllton sad Wholesale Deal on la Flneft Brands of Kea t eky Wkteklea especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLKD IN BOND HdakM 1IM 314 HKTH STNCT y o BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FURTHAVE Beth PkMcs 223 tHy 1er bear w uaetea tHt will preyeee ehsi for lire ST VIER COLLEGE lUY 1tNiwIor mlrriiU icy vet7 the XaveMa BreUaen- ClHtca1 JMeaUfle ass Bateee DeMvtseeatLergsBw1Ri A4aeq 1 ales Mr CUMMINGS Overhauls Dishonest and Disrci tttnblc Exponents of Itelig Ions Bigotry insnnc Ravings of Bogus Pntr ots Like Mail WnVcs of Ocean For Vast Number of Honest Pei pie Who Are Honestly Prejudiced HAS PITY FOR MENACE VICTI Catholics and nonCatholics have read with such interest tho unan swerable DeWald letter of that fearless and able Pennsylvanian Dr Charlso Cummings of Williams port that we feel forced to prInt for them this week its concludin chapter which follows We realize that Walkers Menace Watsons Jeffersonlan Magazine and similar publications are dlshoncs and disreputable exponents of religious bigotry irresponsible dls semlnators of the vilest of religIous slanders Many advise that the should be Ignored That to nolle them is but to advertise them Thl has been the mistaken policy too long We are forced to a realization that a vile slander repeated over and over again without successful challenge and contradiction ulti mately and surely leaves its evil Impression and poisonous contamln atlon upon susceptible minds Our special concern Is not for the Cath olio chprch She needs no defense The Insane ravings of these bogu patriots affect her no more than do the mad waves of the ocean the adamantine rock of Gilbraltar These slanderous publications will take 10 per cent of harmless fact and around this will build 90 percent of horrible lies and pUblish tho whole as a vile slander against people or matters t Catholic When traced to its fountainhead and proven false it matters not with them they keep right on publishing It It is therefore we repeat not to them we address ourselves but to the vast number of honest people who because of misinformation are honestly prejudiced And the St Bartholomew mas acre Here Mr DeWald Is ar ancient lie that will not die This unfortunate occurrence has fur nished the fuel for the fiery furnace of bigotry for more than 400 years A morsel of slander that rolls most deliciously under the tongues of Walker Watson Sims Co The Catholic church was not responsible for that massacre It was civil not religious A few years ago In ono of our great States men elected bj the great Republican party robbed the people of many millions of dollars The Republican party ol course was opposed to such a thing and no reasonable man would accuse It of such a crime because those who claim membership In that part were the grafters The massacre was the evil fruit of pentup relig Zeus feeling The Catholic church opposed it just as the Republican party opposedthe pilfering of those grafters Any Catholic who tool part in that crime was a fanatic and hence no doubt a Catholic only In name and therefore one whom the church could not control It Is dishonest to hold the church respon sible for that crime and little short of damnable to charge that she ordered it I see the thought rising in your mind Mr DeWald and you say to me Dr Cummings I have from childhood held an entirely different opinion of the Catholic church 1 Save many times heard precisely thn same charges that the Menace hat made and I have never until now heard them contradicted I can readily believe this Mr DeWald And further I believe that there are at least 60000000 people in United States who from childhood like you have heard only the severest adverse criticism of the Catholic church They have heard It slandered vllllfled and lied about but they were not to blame or not accepting these things ai slander villiflcatlons and false hoods when they never saw a suc essful contradiction of their truth Mr DeWald that has been too long the mistaken pojlcy of those Cath olics who have the ability and fit ass to correct such abuse They sat serene in their consciousness oi right paying no attention deluded by the thought that such slanders could not be believed It was ex actly this same Indifference to the abuse and slander hurled at the church and permitted to continue unchallenged by those In authority that so poisoned the minds as to arouse the mad passion of the America for Americans until It aused them to destroy Catholic life and property less thana hundred rears ago Just so have we seen this same indifference to the mad ravings of these modern Robes plerres of the south of Europe For forty years they permitted to go unchallenged these lying slanders against church and God until a people normally Christian have grown raving mad and have actually penalized their God and tailed Him from the home of his Inheritance And this in cultured Europe in this the dawn of the twentieth century In the very land whose people hurled back the Invading Moore and where Otirls tlanlty won Its first great triumph over paganism And finally Mr DeWald I repeat that I have no hope of changing the tactics of these Journalistic reptiles of the American prose so long as they can find Ignorance and prej udice to coin into gold Having however dean with snakes before L fully realize that I can not change their str lpeor prevent tbelr yletotM Maultii 1 eau and will however j ixtrafit their futfC sad thus ne1ltralU Y BOM of thai r at 1 o j c Still a Little Tore Up With ReBuilding I the Annex I and Renovating the Whole House Buti r READYWith I NEW FALLGOODS GOODSAll the House I LESTHjDAND t jSOCIETY DIRECTORY A O XI- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDanIel McCarthy Recording Secretary Walter Cu IckFinancial SecretarYJoseph Far tellTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArnsHenry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keani DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefe Financial Secretary John T Keanoy Tr asureriJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourlgan Vice PresldentJohn M Maloney PIPrIceI I Financial SecretaryJohn J lies Ion JrITreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets 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 eliSentinelM J McDermott Y i I MAC1ON COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank O Adams First Vice President Qeo Thorn on Second Vice PresidentJohn J Lynn Financial SecretaryA 0 Link Recording Secretary John R Barry Corresponding Secretary Harry 11 Kibbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat Ir 50000 CATHOLIC CHILDREN are How reading the Child Apostle It Is a monthly magazine of twenty four pages of stories pictures etc Just for the children It costs only twcntyflvo cents a year Isnt your boy or girl worth having a little magazine all their own Sand twentyfive cents in coin or stamps tor a years subscription or ask for a sample copy Address THE GUILD APOSTLE 1188 McConuick BMg Chicago 111 ack This Mr DeWald is exactly what I have done with your friend the rattles from Missouri The Quarantine is still In force plenty if disinfectant in store and an abundance of antitoxin ready for ImmedIate use I hardly think however this Will o the Wisp from Aurora Borealls will come my way gain I II give you my positive assurance DeWald that I hold toward you DO animosity whatever I am truly sorry for you as I look upon you 18 one of this villains victims God lty you If In your prejudice oil- wJ11not forever exclude this Menace lolson from your heart your hand tad especially your friends GLASSWARE When washing glassware do not put tIn hot water bottom first as It Is liable to crack from sudden ex wnsloHj Hven deltoate glees dan be safelywashed fa hot water 1- 8Upptd im U iI r I osII HORRIBLE SocIallsUProimgnte Evil Whit Ruins Nations and Degrades Marriage The Deception They Are Pra tlcingOii the Unemployed Comrades l Not Being Done by a Chanci Advertiser In Socialistic Organ THEY PRACTICE RACE SUICID Some time ago Soeall UJemocrac in Germany issued the slogan No children for the present State 1 Ie the slogan remained a mere phrase as so many Socialistic phrases docue might pass it by without furthe comment although it is an exhorta lion to race suicide pure and simple But the comrades are not content to permit it to remain a mere slogan The Soclallatlc Fraenklsche Volks freund appearing In Wuerzburg In Bavaria recently published an advertisement offering unemployed comrades a decent Income upon application to the Socialist Working mens Secretariate Upon application Socialists wore told that this decen Income could be secured by selllni Instruments and remedies by which the number of births can be reduced- It will readily be realized that MIt loquires a remarkable set of ethic to designate money so obtained as iJ decent Income and to encourage race suicide In this manner And this mind you is being done not by a chance independent advertiser In a Socialistic organ but by the Socialistic Workingmans Secretarlate a So clallstlc party office In p party organ The Secretarlate directly advises and encourages the sale of these instru ments and remedies This Instance forms a parallell to the publication by the chief Socialist party publication office at Munich In Bavaria of a book on the same sub Ject and the advertising of it in folu Socialist Post published in the city named But the German Socialist ore not much more liberal ih their views than are their American com MldesOnln few weeks since the Socialistic St Louts Arbelter Zeltunf issue of August 16 contained the following advice In the nature of a reply to an Inquiry front a reader Mrs I4S 6 We have a bool on sale on the subject How Can I Guard Against Too Many Children In a healthy manner written by ar experienced practitioner Only for adults and morally mature people of the working classes Price twenty fIve cents thirty cents by mall It Is just about what you desire and Is much cheaper than the other In this manner Socialists In this conIand degrades marriage ClB- IN VAUDEVILLE Patrick G King well known In amateur theatrical circles has been given a role In a oneact farce on th Keith vaudeville circuit Pats friends here hope he has been gIven an Irish character part as he usc3 that brogue freely no matter whethe In a Hebrew Gorman negro or any other role FOREST FIRE TOSSES With the middle of September the Pre season on the national forest came practically to an end with leas damage than ever recorded Call fornla Arizona and New Mexico suffered racist during the season Tin area burned this year is about dO00 acres as against 230000 acres In 1912 and 780000 in 1911 DESTRUCTIVE SUFFRAGETTES English militant suffragettes sot fre early Tuesday to Seafleld House at Seaforth four miles northwest of Liverpool causing 400000 damage The members of the arson squad left a quantity of suffragette literature strewn about the lawns Tin building was formerly used as a con vent and was undergoing reconstruct- Ion at a cost of 1130000 It was to be turned Into a hospital for in vallds The entire property Is valued to 13000000 LATEST IN STYLES Persian effects vflll be seen 01 the new autumn gowns Wash frocks are best for the little girls first days of school Wool brocades are being used even for young girls suits Wide moire ribbon Is being used for millinery trimmings and sashes Inexpensive bead necklaces are much worn to complete the color scheme of a costume The new silks are nothing short of splendid with their interwoven gold threads and brilliant colors Wool plusha silk and wool1 fabric which is pliant is admirable for tailored suits of the elaborate typeFor a cloth dress It Is often better to choose white satin or embroidered linen for the collar rather than lace Coarse darned net is also a good collar material Clotdllwalklngdree of ratln and whipcord are made simply depending on a long line of buttons or braiding for decorations Such dresses have long sleeves Invariably EDITORS SAVINGS An editor who started about wcBty years ago with only iflftyflv ants Is now worth 100000 file accumulation of wealth is owing to ill frugality good habits rtrtet at ttntloh tobulinat1dthe Met that s Jt uneie died and edit hnt99iU- 14ItOt aid Tlbhehr 1kR 1 f t fI FRANK FEHR BREWING CO IINCOnrORATED I Brewers and 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THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPAN EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY F yl ft0it Oii i46GFOR GOODNESS IEAT SAKE I MOTHERS BREAD T 1 I i inif i the South M t t For Your Furniture Wants i 1 WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best y JAMES GREENE I 425 427 and 429 East Market Street I II I I III t III I I I 1 I SuI 1 II H 1 11 1 to 1 1 1 1 11 1 I 111 1 1 1 I 11 1 I I II NOWIS BETTER TH- ANWHENH GAS STOVES Sold now can beco nnected now but when bought in the rush season we can not tell just when we can get to your particular order pLOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY r air IS Time For StovesFirst ThoughtCold weather is coming Second ThoughtWe need a Stove Third ThoughtGeher Son The best place to buy a Stove or Range is where the assortment is large and the prices are reasonable Therefore it is to your own interest to call on the old and reliable firm of OEHER SON215 W Market St Bet Second and Third DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO n INCORPQRATHD FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE Now is the time to fill your seal bin with our freshly jnihfd Star Block Coal SNOOPER TON 2000 POUNDSo1- lPlioaeclfr 1o1t Crs1Seyfkl Bt3y Ci Americas Fleetest horses in Six Rich Races Daily Under Auspices DOUGLAS PARK JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN MEETING OF ELEVEN DAYS From 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 anda gold loving cup to the owner of the winner Saturday October 4 First Race at 215 P M Admission 150 and 100 Reduced Railroad Rates HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolri the Pat WeekGeneral- News Notes Pennsylvania lends with Juvenl divisions New York being second Kentucky has none Now that the cool weather hls come there should be an Increase attendance at meetings Division 20 of Pittsburgh will give a SO diamond as first prize at 1Its aununl diamond euchre next mont The Ladies Auxiliary meets next Wednesday night There will be some interesting reports and the officers look for a largo attendance There are now eightynine organ- Ized juvenile divisions with applies tions pending for seventyone cha ers with ninetysix mclre la prospect Indianapolis Hibernians will hold i county Initiation October 119 This will be made an event of Statewide Interest and there will be a very large ulna The Hibernians and Ladles Am lllary of Portland Ore have raise JliOOOO tar their new building on Russell street Its erection will IK pin next week r A proposition that will surpris the members of Division 1 will be submitted at the next meeting Members are urged to remembe this and be present Pueblo Hibernians had a very sue ressful public meeting last Sunday I Rev Father Burke and John Me t Gaumn the best known Irish orator I lii Colorado were the speakers Mrs Mary Arthur State President I ot the Indiana Ladles Auxiliary was given a happy surprise on the occa son of her birthday when she was presented a beautiful slIver spoon set Division 2 will meet next Thurs day night at Thirteenth and Oak and it is the duty of every member to attend The business to be trana acted will be important and Interest trig The opening of the new hall beln erected by the Hibernians of Port land Ore will take place next St Patrick day when It Is planned to have the largest celebration in the annals of the city Permission has been granted tor the organization of a Ladles Aux lilarv In the Cathedral parish of Pittsburgh The County President Is forking hard for a membership of 2000 before the end of the year The new division recently insti tuted at Lakevlaw Ore is In sa Halving condition and is conducting i lively campaign to liquidate the debt on the local church having al ready contributed fl500 for that furpose The divisions of New Haven Conn Are arranging for the largestl class Initiation ever held in the State IIt- llis expected that the National State and County officers and also members of the order who bre In Con gress will be present The National Hibernian says the coming fall winter and spring will see the Ancient Order of Hibernian In America and the Ladles Auxiliary gain thousands of new members and develop an interest in many com nmnltles that will attract to Its ranks an element of citizenship not hereto fore affiliated with the order Let the Falls Cities get busy and take high plae READY FOR ART WORK W T Meehan tor many years with Klauber and head of his art room work has taken over the en tire stock fixtures etc of the Bach mann Art Company and will con tinue the business at 321 West Jef ferson street in the Tyler building Mr Meehan is fully prepared to do framing and hanging and arranging of pictures cleaning and restoring paintings roplatlng mirrors and all kinds of gold gliding His long ex- perIence with the Klaubers Isn guarantee of efficiencyl and reliability Mr Meehans work is in evidence 4n all parts of the city and in business for himself ho should be very sue cessful LEAVES LARGE FAMILY Mrs Mary C Sullivan beloved dfe of 2J O Sullivan a woman of many virtues and respected by all who knew her passed to her eternal reward Monday night at her home 129 South Broadway Park Lexlng on Mrs Sullivan Is survived by xer husband and ten children six boys and four girls The sons are lessre Timothy and John of Lud ow William of Birmingham rall way Alabama connected wIth the Frisco lines Edward and James of anvllle and Bartholomew The laughtersj Mrs M J Toner of Manhattan Nov and Misses Mary Nora and Ella of Lexington 1IOTA CROSS Tuesday morning the rarrlaRe of llles Edelln and Mlas Eloanora Cis ell prominent and popular residents of Holy Crow Marion county was lemnlHd at Holy Cross church in se presence of fI large number pt hefr friends Iran Father Zoeller actor elf JlotY Cron was the oele rant of tie sapttal klfb mM sad t e 1 cr performed the ceremony The groo1 Iir a son of Mr and Mrs Robert r lelln and is engaged in the eawmi business OKEAT SEASON With the coming of the Mil waukee team tomorrow for four games in two days marks the closing of the 1913 association season and incidentally the first real taste of baseball Louisville has had sine the pennant was won in 1909 foi which Owner Wathen has earned the everlasting support and gratitude or the fans in general LcAiIsyilles de lent ot the Minneapolis aggregation this past week in two out of three games pretty nearly decided the pen nant race as Milwaukee need only make a fair showing here tojnorrov and Monday to punch the flag Man ager Hayden should use every en deavor to secure the victories injustice to the Millers who faced tho cream of Louisvilles pitching start Next Tuesday the Pittsburgh Pirates headed by Fred Clarke Honus Wagner and other loca favorites will play here the receipt to be given to the local players as a benefit game and the fans should turn out in great numbers CAPITAL ACING Ideal weather and exciting sport large fields and close finishes have characterized the fall race of the Douglas Park meetlngII and have served to bring gatherings every day On the whole the crowds have enjoyed this meet- Ing as neevr before Todays card Is an excellent one each race present ing a field well filled and well balanced The feature of course wit be the Beechmbnt Stakes for whicf the cracks of the country are en teredoiFor next week there is ar excellent programme for every day with the big event of the meeting the Louisville Cup race to be rut on the last day October 4 Manage Hachmelster has scored the greatest success in the history of Douglas Park WALNUT THEATER street Theater which bAs benenjoy ingJ asuccessflil sea sion liiriderHhe direction ot Manager Hilton announces a change that will please its patrons and greatly add to its popularity Manager Hilton will from now on present dally a high class vaudeville bill in addition to the feature photo plays There will be no change In the price rt admission which will remain at en cents The Walnut Theater hows are all clean and high class GAYETY THEATER For next week the Gayety Theater announces the sensational drama The Cost of Living William Anthony McG Hires latest production which has never been seen In Louisville This play presents ex iting and astounding present day situations and Is full of Interest Tlc ast is said to be an exceptionally strong one There will be matinee Tuesday Thursday and Saturday VISITIXO EASTERN FRIENDS The Rev John J Fitzgerald pas tor of St Tens church Highland Fark left the first of the week for a teat to friends and relatives In New York and the East Father Fitz erald has 1Jcenan indefatigable and uccossful worker In this diocese for ears and his parishioners are glad hat hq is taking a needed and well earned rest During his absence the asstonlat fathers from the Sacred fiart Retreat are ministering to tbj ants of the congregation Father Itzgerald will return In about two ieeks AITAIl SOCIETY PARTY A pleasant event for Uio benefit 01- Sott Cecilias church will be the after noon and evening euchre end lotto arty to be given by the Ladles Altar day SoCiety in St Cecilia Hall on Tues Octobgr 14 The ladles of the pnrlilh are preparing for a big affair IJnd will award many handsome lrlzeJI They invite nil their friends to be with them tind assure them an ijoyable time HAPPILY AVKDPED The marriage of MissI Clara Schwlerm nand Jacob Link was ilemnlzed with a nuptial mass Tuesday morning at St Leos church Ighland Park The bride Is the at active and popular daughter of John ihwlwraan residing on the Ash Bot- tomroad and the groom is a pros pqrous young farmer of that section An evening reception was held al the- homeot the brides partials when- the happy couple WeN showered I with congratulations Eucimp ANn TOTTOii Thfe Altar Society of St Loos rhurcl1 Highland Park will entertain with a euchre and lotto party at Trinity Council Halt Baxter and Morton Ienueon Thtirsday afternoon andl IYvenlng October 9 Nothing will bo 1 let1 undone that would add to thei- aeure t I ot the creation and a large tQ endan e lel looked for Games will J called at 230 ad 8bc ockand- use I unique kad bttactapme stress I will be dIrtribttIS4 1 r I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Townley FJlgate Secretary of the Louth County Council for near forty years died rather suddenly- Dr Gerald Kennedy has been unanimously elected by the Nonas Guardians as medical officer of the Lllvermines dispensary district The Strabane Urban Council unanimously accepted the IDuke tot Abercorns otter to hand over Stn bane Glen to the council for use as a public park A Galway centenarian aged 108 years Sassed away in the Person of 1 Rooney of Bohermoro He was iale and hearty to within a couple of lays of his death The Local Government Beard under sealed order have appointed tho Rev L H MoNaniara rector of St Marys Athlone chaplain of the Workhouse in succession to the lato Dean Campbell- At a special meeting of the iMldli ton Urban District Council the ole ton took place of a rate collecto John Brady son of the Vice Chair man was declared elected by the majority of one vote The people of LIstowel are makln arrangements for the presentation of an Illuminated address to Rev 1 P Sheehan cm his dopartureto Ratt tore after eleven years zealou ministry in that town Mstowel Pound was broken Jntoat rightrind live head of cattle th property of Patrick OSullivan Tulle note near Llstowel which has been seized for rent due to Lord Ormatli aite were taken from It The death of J F Smlthwlck who was member of Parliament for Kil ktcnny county from 188G to 189611Is nuch regretted He held the oflic ot Mayor of Kilkenny City and was np to hU death a County Councillor A farmer named Comiskey who esldes at Carnngh County Cavan was struck liy Ugh tnlng while ac- enipanyinga funeral to Gownol emetery He was carried home un onscloiifi but revived during Ute ivening John Norris a CarrlckonSui oatman at great personal risk res r ued from drowning a little gir irmed Mary Healy who fell into th iir She was carried toward the enter ct the river and orrlshad great difficulty in teachlngher Joseph Duffy a young man is under treatment in Monaghan Count Infirmary for serious Injuries to the ace and especially to the eyes sus wined by the premature explosion of diynaniite in a quarry In which he wag ngaged in blasting operations The death took place at the par chlal house Brookeborough of Rev Patrick McKenna Deceased was ia atlve of Errlgal Truagh and was ducated at St Macartens Seminary tonaghan and later at Maynpotl College where he had a distinguished curse The success of the Hibernian ouch parade in Monaghan on Sun dar under the auspices of the local Jvlslon exceeded the anticipations ol the most sanguine It can safely be- sld that it was the largest muster of tbernlan forces ever wHnessed In- tile county An old man named John Orlsooll residIng at iDunour near Bantry WillS recently sought to be evicted for the fourth time within a few years tot nonpayment of rent He had been roseouted several times for retaining forcible possession The Sheriff pcrty and the police now found him 111I In bed and the doctor certified that he could not be removed He was icordlngly left In a room upstairs HEART ATTACK NATAL Timothy Leonard flttyseven years rt age an engineer for the Louisville Nashville railroad died suddenly t a heart attack Sunday evening at 1111 home 217 North Seventeenth reet He was stricken while in the rear yard and was found by his wile iio was attracted by his groans He pared a few minutes after he was arrled to the house Besides the be ayed wife three children survive fhe funeral was conducted Wednes fay morning from St Patricks arch BENEFIT OF SCHOOL St Anns Society ot St Patricks hurcn will give a euchre and lotto extFrlday afternoon and evening at hei school hall Thirteenth and Mar t t streets the proceeds to bo dot- atel1toward the fund being raised or the building of St Patricks s new ichoo The atterncon games will called at 23i0 oclock and the venlng games at S15- RECOVERING i ergeant Mike Cross and Patrol- nan John Donahue of the local Ice force who have been sick and- Jtt duty are recovering and W11- 1loon be again making their poets ties Maloney who was seriously rt several months ago when his- lorN feif with him fs still confined 0 hit home and slowly improving n II j Q i oJ 11 ++o1ooU 1 i IItoHllIu I IIJ U i 1014011 11111111 Hill III I BACON a SOMe INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons Red Goose School Shoes The Finest and Beat For Children Sold Here Exclusively in Louisville Red Goose Shoes For Misses and Children Made up in patent leather gun metal and vlcl kid i priced according to size Sizes812 to 11 pair S17G Sizes 11 12 to 2 pair S200 Sizes 2 12 to 512 pair S250 Second FloorJ Bacon Sons IHHH t 1111 100 H+IZ 1 I t+ now Phone IJ2JI Delicious Quality accident which makes choice good dressers They been the fashion leaders the and today acknowledg best footwear SHOE THE Suits 16 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