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INCOnPORATKD. i 000 8. Fourth St. VOLUME XXXV. LOUISVJLLE, SATURDAY, SEPEMTBER, 4 1915. & PRICE FIVE CENTS. .) tho altar: "At one end of the church four timbers were fastened in tho ground, the upper ends at the height of the altar; on these were laid other beams and on .,tketaftwerej miuu mo or xnreo layers otoarx from the Anniversary of the Foundation was Dominican Missionary Spent ered with trees. of The bark mats cov- Pleased With Proceedings one the best and and of tho Slsto'r&pf'Mcrcy in lastly a strip of linen or cotton Life Among "Wildifndian Itcsult of Their State served as an altar cloth, finnrilo Brooklyn. Tribes. . sticks were made by cutting a piece Convention. of bark In a circle, half a foot In diameter for the foot; another piece ' rollod cylinder Mother Superior Trained Under hold tho Founding of St. Clara's Convent candle1" Into., a tho shaft,to and this State Campaign This .makes Year Will Of tho Saintly Foundress of maintain a large and prosperous inInstitutions Despite Boosting of fitted Info tho foot and the candleHis Crowning AchieveBe Conducted On High dustrial school and a school and Outjby Cardinal is complete." 'tho Order. Pointed stick Press home for destituto and orphan chilment. Ho tells "of his various mission Plane. Maiming. dren in the Willoughby avenue instations, hundreds of miles apart, stitution; the Angel Guardian Home mand of his many church buildings, on Twelfth avenue, whore being the first ch'urch Labors Still Prosecuted Under small children are cared for; a .1,100 Promoters Realize That FraterPrepared For His Ordination .at' amoilg them and rtlreon Bay. (He tells Stanley Lenders Played counIn 'Dubuque Smart Lesson OnEEducation For Direction of Mother Mary try home and farm for small boys nal Societies Draw Line of "his work among the Menomlnees, the Dominican Convent Politics in IJewarding at Syosset, L. I., and a vacation rest CathollcfiParonts in the Ottawas and the Wlnnebagos Ursula,, Somewhere. ', at Somerset;!; Ilnldcman. retreat for tho Sisters at East and their physical and moral condiAmerica. Moriches, L. I. They also have tion, about his visits to Father charge of tho parochial and Sunday-schooBaraga at Arbre Croche; of Bishop idii, iu iinu unu ais aeacn FRIENDS OFTHE SICK AND POOR Heart, of St. Patrick's, the Sacred SPECTATORS ARE MUCH AMUSED HOW THE INDIANS DUILT CHURCH at""" St. Brigld's, St. Jerome's, St. Canton on his way homo; of hear- SOME ORIGINAL STANLEY MEN Tho First Principles and Maxims Grogory's and St. Lucy's parishes. ing confessions through an interBesides all these cares tho Sisters preter; of his accompanying tho of Catholicrenchlnjr Arc never neglect their visitations of the muians on tneir iisning voyages Extinct. Tho Right "Rev. John Loughlin, sick and the poor in their homes and Last Saturday marked the second and their anodes of fishing; of his By James A. Rooney, LL. D. Democrats throughout tho State Bishop of 'Brooklyn, had been con- tho unfortunates in tho prisons, jail attempt to Inaugurate a (Fraternal translating the catechism into the aro pleased with the proceedings of Thanks to Sister Mary Benedlcta Winnebago language; secrated less than two years and and in tho Marine Hospital, a work day celebration in Louisville and the of the early tho State convention of last Tuesday Kennedy; O. S. D of St. Clara's history and foundation had not progressed far In the or- of mercy whch was Inaugurated by three Falls Cities, and as before "was Dubuque, and all predict ganization of the diocese when ho Sister EvariBta Cornell and which is disappointing to tho promoters, the. POINTS OUT INSIDIOUS ERRORS Convent, Slnsinawa, Wis., the found- Galena and other nowofprosperous displayed at that that the harmony gathering presages ing of which in 1847 was one of the cities; of the creation of recognized the need of nuns to aid always faithfully carried out by her much advertised parade being even thq a big victory in tho November elec3BT crowning achievements of that Bishopric of Dubuque him In his charitable undertakings, successors. The instruction of con- worse than the pitiful line of marchtion. Party of great Dominican missionary, Fathen tho only priest there towhen he was aro united ln leaders that prominence in the care of the poor and thp verts is another phase of the Sister's ers that straggled through the saying welcome its they never orphans and in the education of the, work that has proved most fruitful. streets last year. By actual time Within a few f.days the school Samuel Charles iMazzuchelli, we first (Bishop, Monsignor Loras, and saw a gathering ln which thero was young. While pastor of St. Pah Tho Rev. Mother Vincent Halre, the line of march only consumed season will agaln.be opened. Catholic have now at last In an English of other incidents that altogether less contention or friction, tho nearrick's Cathedral and Vicar General the foundress, labored .as Superior eight minutes in passing a given parents In this, country might) dress his hitherto little known make tho "Memoirs" a veritable est semblance to the latter being of New York he had heen brought In for nearly thirty years and lived to point, and without tho extra feat profitably take totheart the words Italian "Memoirs," printed by thq romance of the missions. tho sour-graspirit displayed by close contact with the Sisters of see tho realization of her hopes for ures in line advertising a moving of tho great Cardinal Manning on Ddmlnlcans in Milan about 1844. uecKuam just oerore the. adjournMercy, who had been introduced tq the extension by her Sisterhood bf picture show, amusement park, etc., the dangers of Tho gifted translator gives to us a ment. It was the first Democratlo CARDINAL SEES PRESIDENT. educathat diocese by the Rev. Mother their manifold works of mercy. She the averago traffic policeman would tional institutlonsjjnd on the neces- faithful and vivid recital In his own convention ln years that had nofl Agnes O'Connor, July 14, 184 G, and Is lovingly remembered by the Sis- not have known that a parade was sity of a Catholic";, higher education. words of tho travels and labors Cardinal Gibbons on Thursday been dominated or controlled by he had been greatly Impressed with, ters whose labors are still prosecuted passing through our streets. Tho The ideas of the Cardinal's great among the wild Indian tribes of presented to 'President Wilson a tho machine,, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa and message from Popo iBenedict re- say tho least It would have and to their work among the poor. Ac- In all their pristine fervor under line of march was headed hy Ser- contemporary arid t, been cordingly on August 24, 1855, he the direction of her successor, the geant John Maloney and his mounted John Henry Newman, on this sub-- ; Illinois of that apostolic man whoso garding peace in Europe. Later ho good politics to bow to the wishes ofl applied .to St. Catherine's Convent, Rev. Mother Mary Ursula. police, then came Grand Marshal Ject are well known; but to Man- humility forbids him to once men- saw Secretary Lansing on the the present majority, or for that; Houston street, for Sisters to found Beckham Overstreet in all his glory ning's expressIonsYsuch widespread tion his own name or use tho per- same subject. After his conferencq matter show a sportsmanlike ata house In .Brooklyn. on a fiery charger, his Imposing attention has not (been given. sonal pronoun throughout his long at the White House the Cardinal an- titude by appearing in the light ofi WEDDING JUBILEE. appearace leaving the impression Tho founders comprised tho Rev. and Intensely Interesting story, for nounced that Tie had discussed the a good loser, as was done by Mc- in ins essay onj'The Work Mother Mary Vincent Halre, Sisters, Chesney, tho machine Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Lopp, of New that ho was leading an enormous Wants of the cAlinlic r.hnroh in he refers to himself as "the priest" possibilities of peace with the Presicandidate, Mary Bernard Clarke, Mary Joseph Alhnnv pnlnhrntnil V10 twontir-flff- li array of marchers. It is rumored Engalnd," originally published in or "the missionary." The "Memoirs" dent. He said that he had conveyed who mado many friends In his good Shine and Mary Francis McKenna, a anniversary of their marriage last that Mr. Ovorstreet's friends had the Dublin Review of July, 1863iCOV0r nis remarkable experiences a message from the iPope on tho naturod speech, in which he promnovice, sisters ZIta Mullen and Sunday with an y receDtion. figured that the prominence given tho Cardinal takes' up the arguments. only during the fifteen years from question, but could not reveal its ised to tako off his coat and Mary do Sales Walsh assisted them Tho table was beautifully decorated him as leader of the Fraternal day in regard to the establishment of a his arrival In America In 1828 until exact contents at this time. Car- up his sleeves for the success of roll thd for a time, while they were estab- with white flowers and ribbon. The celebration would servo as an Im- Catholic University Jn England, at 1,ls departure for Milan, in dinal Gibbons. declared that tho set- ticket ln November. Lieut. Gov. lishing themselves, and then re- guests enjoyed themselves with petus for a future boom for political Dany w,th (Bishop Chabrat, from tlement of tho submarines Issue be- MoDermiott and Senator (W. A. Byron time the subject of much dis- -' turned to New York, where Sister music, refreshments and other en- honors, but this was sadly dis cussion. He points out in par- - New York In 1843. There he sub- - tween tho United States and Ger- were both given an ovation after ZIta died on November 9 of the fol- tertainment. "" uutuum, ui ms mug unu many had greatly aided the cause of their splendid speeches in behalf of Those present were pelled by the sorry array in lino, ucuiar ana witn great emphasis thq "1,l"-clowing year. Sister do Sales was tho Messrs. and Mosdames S. S. Ray and hardly enough being mustered to insiuious errors which are taught in aluuuU!i mewuruuiiip io ins superiors peace and had placed the United tho State ticket and every delezate accomplished daughter of Robert Margaret Peters, of 'Fredericksburg, make a showing In over two preStates In a very advantageous posi- carried away a good impression olj universities Jn England ln Romo Walsh, an eminent author and law- Ind.; George Hardin, C. A. Emrlch, cincts during election time. and which are almost Inseparably! Father Mazzuchelll was the son tion to be of service ln brlnElne to these splendid types of Democratlq yer of Philadelphia, who served as Edward Joy, Frank Akers, James Following tho Grand Marshal connected with such places. Tho of wealthy parents and was born in an end the conflict abroad. He said gentlemen. United States Consul In Paris, Lay, Marshall Congressmen Stanley, Judging Smith, Edward came tho Humboldt Lodge of the Idea which he (expresses several Milan, Italy, November 4, 1806. At ho had Informed the President that Prance, from 1845 to 1851. from his address, intends to pitch She Mehllng, Shelby Hancock, George Odd Fellows, which by tho way was times, and which ,1s well applicable tne aB ot eighteen he entered the he believed this to bo true. accompanied her father abroad and Wood, at novitiato While tho Cardinal would not go his campaign on a high planq, and Santa D. A. Peters, Ray Lopp; the largest assembly in line, num- to conditions In our own country at 'Dominican finished her education in Paris, but Misses Mary Emrlch, Olive bering about 275 In all, their num- t'ho present day, is powerfully Sabina in Rome and it was while Into details regarding his message In this will bo followed by his asreturning to this country she chose by several stated ln the following paragraph ti there that he was Inspired to from the Pope, it was indicated that sociates on the State ticket. In tho Amelia Mehllng, Loulso ber being augmented the lowly life. of a Sister of Mercy Armstrong, Emma Koetter, Mayme carriages containing the older memcopious and manifold source voto llls hte to the American mis-o- f It was In the nature of a suggestion opinion of all tho Indorsement ofi to the brilliant social career whtch, bers and their ladles. After this that noutral powers Join with the President Wilson's administration, danger is :the slns during a visit of Bishop Kent, Ina might have been her portion. Sho Koetter, Cora Mrs. Mary Kent and one delegation of tho Odd Fellows the Germans would, w,ck ot Cincinnati, to the convent, Vatican In making further efforts to which gives Kentucky Democracy Leila Lopp; Allen, of 'and. Catherine Josephine Seton, Sellorsburg, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. came a small number of the Knights call it tho restore peace. The Cardinal said tne role of pioneer in thaLJIno, will or. tho domi Tho 'Bishop described his vast daughter of the foundress of tho S. D. Lopp. of Pythias, about fifty In all, many current of thought and action ccse told of'ihe scarcity o churches that the plan In mind was along the be one of the sreatesiW5B0iynt' tlf Sisters of Charity, were the. first of whom seemed disappointed that which pervades the age and society and the greater scarcity of priesta general lines of recent public dis- coming campaign and will serve td postulants of the Now York convent. no more of their number were in In which we are born. No ono and the need of missionaries for tho cussion of tho question ln news- enroll many supporters in behalf ofi UNITED IRISn LEAGUE. Tho Superior, Mother Vincent, line. Then came a wagon bearing wholly escapes its influonce; most Indians along the Great Lakes. Tho papers. Cardinal Gibbons was with the ticket, especially from tho great was one of the original band of Sis President nearly Tho rapidity with which tho tho Daughters of America Lodge, aro deeply penetrated by it. Wq young ecclesiastic, who had received the was accompanied half an hour. ranks of Independent voters. ters to arrive in Now York. Sho was United Irish League in Ireland is which is a branch of the Junior doubt whether it was so dangerous: deacon's orders at the hands of Leo He Judge S. W. Hagor, Chairman ofi by Monslgnor a novlco when she left Ireland and boing reorganized and tho en- Order, these looking mighty lone- to Catholics .before the emanclnatloni XII., secured the permission of his William T. Russell, rector of St. the State Campaign Commilttoe, will had been tralnfed under the eye of thusiasm which pervades the meet- some in their big express wagon as it Is now. Jn those days the di- - superiors to volunteer for the work Patrick's Catholic church. After start tho ball rolling Monday mornthe sainttly foundress of tho order, ings show that the Irish people are float This was followed by tho rect action of persecuting lawa, and after a farewell visit to his leaving the President, tho Cardinal, ing by appointing his Mother Catherine McAuley. She fully alive to their duties and have Bame little old stereotyped float of, ground down or bore down tho cour- - parents and family in Milan, ho Bet his faco wreathed In smiles, greeted tees, among which will bo speakers'1 had the distinction of being the first a keen sense of the possibilities of, the Juniors, tho little red school ago of multitudes. But the allure- out with the (Bishop for Lyons, Inquirers and without being ques- committee, with the Intention of Sister of Mercy professed In Now the future. Is Is worthy of noto house, with a burlesque character of ments of English society and Eng- whore ho was left to shift for him- tioned, said that he had discussed sending speakers ln every highway York. The Sisters were then resid- that both tho British Labor party Uncle Sam reading the iBIble at the llsh public, opinion had little power self. Oo found a welcome at tho peace with tho President. and byway throughout Kentucky, ing in their first home, West Wash- and tho 'British Radicals hall tho school door, no explanation being They were hostile, harassing and seminary ot St. Nicholas, where hq "Our talk was highly satisfactory their chief slogan and petition to ington place, and tho ceremony took reorganization of the league with offered why the Catholics, Jews and repulsive. Now they aro far morq perfected himself in French and and I am very much pleased with my the voters being "Endorse Woodrow placo in St. Patrick's Old Cathedral, unbounded delight. They are in- others should bo taxed to have re perilous; being bland, insidious and finally sailed for America October reception from the President," Wilson and his administration by April 27, 1847, with a Pontifical flexibly opposod to conscription, ligion opposite to theirs taught in seducing. iPubllc opinion Is Prot- 5, 1828, and arrived In New York, said tho Cardinal. "We went over voting tho Stnte ticket." mass, celebrated by Bishop Hughes, but they know that the effective op- the public schools. Another prom- estant, and Protestantism the entire situation, but I can not Tho Republicans on the other is for-- i November 14. to pitch their and as it was tho first ceremony of position to a proposition of that inent float was the child's express many opposed to tho Idea of a, He tells an interesting story of reveal the details of our conversa- hand aro expected the kind In tho city tho Cathedral kind must come from the Irish wagon float, which is supposed to church divinely constituted and on- - his Journey to Cincinnati and tho tion at this time. Probably morq campaign on an equally high piano was crowded with a congregation party, and this party will carry hnvo been one of the handsome and dowed. The first principles and dlfflpultles he encountered by reason will bo made public in the near and will have for their motto "Voto i tho Republican ticket for the full; representing every denomination to their point If it has the support of gorgeous floats spoken of so much maxims of Catholic education such of not being able to make hlmsoH tuture." programme) dinner pall." This witness a solemnity'so new to thom. a powerful organization. At any by the press agents In advance of the as submission to a teaching authors understood in English, hut lie had should serve to eliminate tho usual Uy, fear of error, mistrust BISHOP WILL RECOVER. Tho first membor of 'theJJrooklyn rate, the reorganization of oun kind traveling companions and ho of the celebration. amount of mud slinging, and with community to be professed was. Sis- league has put conscription out of Last but not least came tho chief own Judgments aro extinct. This arrived at his destination In duo ter Mary Francis McKenna rind ,tho question as far as Ireland is promoters of the Fraternal day spirit begins ln our schools, pervades, ' season and was warmly welcomed The Right (Rev. Patrick R. Heff-ro- the liquor question out of the way 'Bishop of tha Diocese of tho reform fakers and hypocrites Bishop Loughlin officiated at that concerned, and it also Is an ef- celebration, "the Junior Order, and our universities and animates thq by Bishop Fenwlck, who had ceremony. She was tho sister of the fective answer to the noisy handful surprising to say, their number was, of English society. We can, ceded lilm. He tells how ho was Winona, was shot last Friday as ho who advocate prohibition for pout Rev. Mother Mary Augustine Mc- of dlsriiptionlsts and croakers who, even smaller than that of last not draw breath without Inhaling U? Impressed with tho sacred eloquence was celebrating mass In a private cal purposes alone will have to con Kenna, who died at tho Slstors' coun- under tho cloak; of an "advanced" year. (Following the parade of last and the effect of It is visible upon; of tho Irish preacher, Father James chapel at St. Mary's College by a fine their activities to the Bull try house at Balmvlllo on tho Hud- patriotism, aro tfcing their utmost to year tho official organ of the order men who do not suspect .themselves, I. Mullen, and ho at once devoted crazed priest, named Lesches, who Moose ranks, that party grasping Bishop Heffron was that issue as a drowning man grasps son, August 2, 1883, after celebrat- provo to tho world that the Irish, charged that many of tho members of any want of Catholic instinct. It) himself to acquiring command of the was arrested. visited In the midst of mass when Lesches at a straw. language. ing her sliver Jubilee; also of tho because of disruption and dissen- were ashamed to be seen In line and has become unconscious: and what English Ho The only mistake (made In the were guilty of hiding behind tele- strikes and offends foreign Catholics Bardstown and tho Dominican con entered the chapol and In tho half-ligRev. John McKenna, who died pastor sion, aro unfit for home rule. of the was able to creep forward to convention, in the opinion graph poles along the lino of march. Is hardly, or not at all, perceived; vent at Somerset, where he prepared of St. Michael's, Flushing, January 6, 1892. If this same practice was indulged by thoso who aro born Into this! for ordination, which ceremony took, the side of the Bishop and fire one majority of delegates and well wishHer profession took place FATJIEU LORENTE PARSES. place in Cincinnati, September 5j shot from a small caliber revolver ers, was that In which the OrganizaJanuary 23, ,1858, in tho presence In this year there was hardly enough, atmosphere.". He shows ln a clear-cbefore his presence was noted. The tion Committee unseated National of as many friends of the Sisters as was poles to go around, as many of those manner 1830, tBIshop Fenwlck officiating. Tho heart of New Orleans could be accommodated in tho con- inexpressibly shocked on Wednesday who took part last year were con- how this spirit and Its logical ouN At that time the diocese of Cin- first shot hit the Bishop in the left Committeeman Urey Woodson: in vent chapel. Of a frail constitution, morning, when In the early dawn, spicuous hy their absence. Tho come, "the modern spirit of cul- cinnati comprised not only the thigh and Inflicted only a slight favor of the Times editor, W. B. she labored in tho community for It becamo generally known that the Junior Order leaders, who rode ini tivated unbelief, in the form of State of Ohio, but Michigan and the wound, the bullet later being re- Haldeman. This was done possibly has not Territory of Wisconsin, and tho moved with little difficulty. As as a return for the support of the nearly ten years. She was of a Very Rev. Thomas Lorente, O. P.. carriages looked dolefully out at criticism and philosophy, winning disposition and was much Vice "Provincial of the Spanish tho spectators, who were having only entered but established Itself Bishop decided to send tho young Lesches fired the first shot thtf Haldeman papers, "which deserted tho Lieut. the (in tho educational institutions), sq priest to tho point where tho need Bishop turned and faced the priest, opening Gov. McDermott aftor the beloved by tho poor, to whom she Dominicans In America and rector much amusement "kidding" of the campaign, and hap- who then fired a second shot, the was known as the "Sister with the of St. Anthony of Padua's parish in "bum parade," aB it was termed, as to bo the predominant In- seemed most urgent, which sweet voice." She died January 23, that city, had answered the final while one could hardly help but feej tellectual tendency of the moro pened to be MIchlllmacklnac (Indian bullet lodging back of the left lung. Stanley leaders preferred to unseat Woodson aa National Committeeman 1864. By a Strang coincidence her summons. Young, gifted, and en- Borry for the poor little straggling studious membors of the uni- for Turtle Back) or the Island of Leaning on the arm of an assistant to present that of unseating nleco, Mary Frances Rooney, who dowed with indomitable energy, bunch who followed In the wake oli versities." At the conclusion of, Mackinac, where he was to make hla Bishop Heffron was able to walk to local Democratic City the County and his work he. says: "And wo can not headquarters, and on the rocky sum- his residence nearby. had by tho Sacred and with a great future rich in the vehicles, looking for all tho They reasoned thus: Committee. Lqsches from his Heart Nuns at Manhattanvlllo, promise stretching out apparently world as if they were attending the doubt that every year this unbelief mit of which, a tablet was recently rambling statement cell issued de-a That Haldeman would be pleased It was jolnod the community as Sister before him, the sudden and unex- funeral of one of their dear friends, will bo more widely spread, and placed to the memory of John standing-applicaMary Agnes, January 23, 1861, was pected death of Father Lorente, who not a man or boy in lino wearing a that the two universities will bq Nlcoletr Thla was 800 miles away clared that Lesches for several wlfh either, having been a place for for Woodson's professed January 23, 1863, and died watv widely known and deeply loved, smile on his countenance and nona thoroughly pervaded by it. Instead and Father IMazzuchelli tells us that years had been mentally unbalanced, years; while Judging from later dej bellevo cast a pall of sorrow ovor that city walking with' the proud step that therefore of implicating ourselves In to reach It he crossed the entire but the Bishop refused to priest's! velopments the samo Stanley leaders March 1. 1865, in her twenty-firespecially the old French all marchers are accustomed to, bub a sinking wreck, it Is the prudence State of Ohio to Lake Erie and that he was dangerous. Tho year. and State, wore playing either very smart as well as the sailed 250 miles further to his brother was shot while serving as a very stupid politics, Mr. Woodson or Tho Sisters at onco took up the section of New Orleans, in which he Instead the slow dragging step ofi of common-sens- o in July and he private, whiqh he became Just a few his of Cathollo duty to keep mission. .He arrived ln activities ror which they are noted had labored since his coming to the men about to he taken out and shot. statement The utter failure of the Fraternal ourselves free,, not only from all gives a graphic description of that) months after being ordained a tho latest convention contending that with tho zeal and devotion of United States from tho Philippine had no jurisdicState day celebration Is all the more entanglements with it, but as far aa once great market of the fur traders priest. The Winona priest brooded pioneers. Besides, their unflagging Islands after the American occupaover that loss, Ms friends say, and tion, and in this It appears that he Spanish remarkable when it Is considered possible from the vortex which lb as "he saw it on his arrival. Of distinguished attention to tho poor and the sick, tion. will be this Throughout his entrancing ac- to this is attributed his derangement vantage uphold. iFrom smart point of whom they visited in their homes, lineage, a profound student, doctor that the dally press outdid itself In makes in going down. We earnestly PQilUca, it would seem of theology, philosophy and canon giving free space to tho affair, the hope that Catholics, while they count of his various Journeylngs and and loss of mind. and the comfort and consolation Tho last reports were that Bishop on the part of the Stanley managers, missionary labors, through primeval master of languages, a priest press agents repeatedly telling us manifest to their they brought to tho Inmates of tho law, a condition was less critical as 'it stands to reason thai; OUIe city prison and the penitentiary, of God, as pious and faithful as he that numerous fraternal organiza- tho largest social charity and the wildernesses, on foot, on horseback, Heffron's ho would recover. lames would not have stood by ,so tions and societies would be In line. truest public fidelity, will keep by sled and bark canoe, the con- and that they taught St. James' first parochial was intellectual and learned, the quietly and handed to promoters are open to convic- themselves from all contact with clusion Is clear that It was Intended school In poor and Inconvenient death of Father Lorente, In the If the his friend Woodson. To sum it all EXCURSION TOMORROW. soprimarily for the information of his quarters adjoining tho Episcopal prime of vigorous manhood and use- tion they can but realize how great tho traditions of Every preparation has been mado up, they have appeased the appetite sentiment is education. (Wo repeat brother Dominicans and perhaps to residence. In 1857 Bishop Loughlin fulness, removes one of the most public which attempts opposed to an clety and an piece editor "with to ostracize again that education deprived of stimulate interest among his own for tho. Catholic Knights' excursion of the Times'not belong to athem. of conspicuous and prominent figures order secured an extensive property oh and Ferdinand, Ind., plo that did in the life of the church in Louisi- all foreign born citizens, although the light of faith and the guidance, countrymen in the far away Ameri- to Jasper Debevotso place, near Dekalb aveIn tho event of Stanley's election Seventh-strenue, and after ground had been ana, a leader and worker whoee loss judging by the names 'of the lead- of the church is essentially antii can Indian missions. iFor instanco which will leave the highly as Governor, which seem great and whose place will not ers none of them are descendants of Catholic. Here there can be no In one chapter he tells of a church, depot at 7:45 o'clock tomorrow probable, therq aro several pieces of broken there for a convent other is the American (Indians, who are the neutrality: 'He that is not for Mo built by his Indians. 'He says: morning. For several weeks com counsels prevailed and the building be easily filled. only real Americans. Worse .still, Is against iMe.' There is but one "They set firmly in the ground mittees have been working for this political pio to be nanaea out was not finished, but this fact gave Ms original supporters here, and many of the prominent Junior Order safety for us: gentlre cum slender poles eight or. ten feet long, event and expect to make it the best they do not receive them persona ALHAMBRA. the name to a new parish, that of railleaders are noted for. their broken ln the whole extent of faith, set about four feet apart The ever taken over the Southern ' Our Lady of Mercy, the church of a long The national convention of the English dialect and cause much excursionists arrive their word will go friends. way which, built by Fathers John Mc- Order of the Alhambra, held last amusement by their denunciation of discipline, worship, custom and In- upper ends were brought over from way. When the will be ,Amo ward helping their received by stincts the most Intimate and the sides and fastened, thus making at Jasper they Kenna and Thomas Taaffe, was week In Binghamton, sent a telegram "those foreigners." The them Hue filial fidelity of intellect, heart and an arch. The whole was held firm the Knights ot that city, and at Squire. are Senator Dacber,Huftak M afterward demolished to make way to President Wilson, assuring him of and A. P. A. sentiment for years will to the livlag voice of thq by small poles laid horizontally, and Ferdinand a grand picnic will be Phythlan, Frank Rogor for the new bridge approach. It Is the support of the Alhambra in any has been fostered by thte same church of God." with a given in. their honor. Branches of Rock, Dr. Charles Nohalty, Loi C. (B. of C. V. waB roofed tho structure replaced by the present magnificent future course he or Congress shall class, and when an .Edoleu, is to be goodly number of mats, leaving two other Indiana towns have been in- Leachman, Michael church on Schermerhorn street. decide upon. William J. McMahon, exploited or some will be plenty others. County Judge Carrol or three openings in the roof for vited, and for all there ,8a A more eligible Bite" for the new of Albany, was elected Supreme agitator encouraged they will be windows and for letting out thq to eat and drink, amusements of all eonvent was secured In St. Patrick's Commander for the ensuing two found' playing the role of the - smoke. The rich marbles of Italy kinds and brass band music by the also. teoK, a prominent: ipi The Meet Her. Cefeaettan G. Memfurthering of the Stanley garish, which had been founded by years, and John P. Hanley, of Louis- "nigger In the woodpile." This, mer, Arebfclebo of:lMlwaukee and This Is the opporBooster not Father Hugh Maguire. The Blefcop ville, was an uB&ahaeus euoiee for then, sums up the reason of the one of the fouaoen. ot the American were was needed for a, pavement; tunity ofBand. year to spend a good It Is believed that this perfectly supplied by the the that keep hie hand In begged the hmmmnt to lraild It fyraeHM will Fraternal day failure and explains Federattoa H.Beri! of of f Catholle SoeietiM, green grass In summer and by the day In Indiana. Returning the train ar 1917, when it Isfor made th Meters a present of atertaia the eoareatioii fta why the laboring organisation as- was ttety-eigyears old last a hard frosen ground in winter." will arrive here la time te counsel be the Courier-Jou- r The convent on Its pre- - H17. sembly refused to affiliate, why .This is the way they fashioned with all street car lines. candidate for Mr SIXTIETH Classon, was dedicated December 3, 1862, and tho Sisters took possession. An addition to accommodate the increasing number of orphans and destitute children was built In 1883 and a new and beautiful chapel was erected in 1894, being dedicated Of LastJYcar's Failure Was the September 24 of the same year. Fraternal Day CelebraTho Sisters always found a firm tion. friend and a wise counsellor in the Right Rev. Monslgnor Thomas Taaffo, pastor of St. Patrick's since 1872, coming there from tho parish T! Tiaml ah ! Vyll IlltlUVl of Our Lady of Mercy. Tho Sisters Irt'fiTi CltinltnH ilUUlUUl III XJlllfJ REPETITION other societies jxofused to take part all because jr .the policies and principles of the tunior Order are andwhen encouraged are a dotrimontjwto Christian or fraternal feelingbetween men or women of all religions. MEMOIRS DEMOCRATS DANGERS lb Non-Cathol- i - r ls w. .- pe .non-Cathol- ic Haly-Beckha- m fellow-conver- all-da- i com-t'h- at non-Catho- Wels-slnge- r, . do-"O- antl-Cathol- Io time-Spir- it' dlo-ina- nt t-' - i ! ! ' n, pro-who- le t ' , ht ut been-educate- nt st on fellow-countrym- en see.-aiomo- anti-Cathol- ic - et Ec-cles- antl-Cath-o- llc 1 -- ex-pri- anti-Catholi- c WXTY-WQII- T. ad yikf. 6,i. w ar. K, Y MSp&XiTTJCIXrK' September 5 Catholic excursion to Jasper and (Ferdinand, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, Ind., Yla Southern railway. September 8 Euchre and lotto veted te tkc Soda) sad Moral Advasceawawat ot Irish AmrlctuM and Cwkellea at Sts. tMary and Elizabeth Hospital, Yoaag Mn's OlSclaliy ladorsed by Aactent Order ot afternoon and evening. InHtat8 aaJ CatboHc Kalghts of America. September 14 Euchre and lotto dt St Michael's church, aftornoon IWI8H AMKHICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporated, Puhll.hare and evening. ABNTUCKY September 14 Fall festival and SIMILE COPY gc PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR UBSCRIin-IOchicken Bupper on St. AloyBlus th LItHU PotaWc M fleoadCIJj flttUr. BnUrd church grounds, Pewee Valley. September 16 Euchre and lotto to tfet MNTUCKjY MtSIl AiWRICANJ-2- l West dreea SI. jarrtnCi.nUtloni at St. Augustine's Hall, 1308 West uroaaway, aiternoon ana evening. September 24r Euchre and lotto at Bertrand Hall, afternoon and 7-Hlse-ralam- IIISBC 'AIMTOIfclCXAJS- - KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. children have been the guests of Mrs. Willie Parrot and family at Knights' Springfield. Miss Edna Welsh, of Walton, who has been visiting her cousins, Misses Mary and Josephine iMInogue, for the past several weeks, has re turned home. GERMAN BANK Catholic Knights Excursion TO JASPER AND FERDINAND, VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY IND. have announced the' engagement ot their daughter, iMlss Edna, to Dan J. Sullivan. The wedding will take piace in October. Mr. and Mrs. Edward, T. Tlerney SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1915 tHHHsKBli3f RHjUPplfi Baseball, Music and Varied Amusements. Seventh-stree- evening. last Friday to a number of friends in honor of Misses Lou1bo Connell and Virginia Dundon, of Paris, and Miss Anita Sower, of Frankfort. Mrs. John P. Hanley was hostess Train leaves tickets $1.50. t Depot at 7.45 a. m. Round trip LOUISVILLE, KY. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1915. C8K8C83C8aOuC8S3C8SSarcKSW still maintain them in tho condition that fully justifies the existence of the Commission on Industrial Relations, and also the alleged objectionable methods of Chairman Walsh. The commission does not exist for tho purpose of giving the opportunity to Rockefellers an clothe themselves in summer garments of whitewash. It Is not at, all difficult to understand why tho Eastern papers have turned against Chairman Walsh. He has been, showing up special privilege; he has dared to call attention to the blightj of landlordism. He has thus attacked the very inner temple ot privilege, the holy of holies of those who exploit industry and ore responsible for industrial unrest. That is an unpardonable crime in the eyes of special privilege. The owners of privilege know what is wrong, but they don't want the' people to know what Is wrong. Frank P. Walsh wants the people to know. Hence the denunciations of him. CHANT HIM FAITH. Tho people or the United States have every faith In President Wilson in this day ot his trials. Wo owe him something more than lip service for the calm deliberation that holds tho dogs of war In leash. If ho had I SOCIETY. Tho marriage of Miss Elsie Ron- nelsen and lEdgar w. Norton took place Wednesday afternoon at tho rectory of St. Brlgld's church, Rev. Father Jansen performing the ceremony. Fifth and Market Sts. $5.00 ROUND TRIP ST. LOUIS MONUMENTS SPEND SUNDAY AND LABOR DAY THERE. Leave Seventh Street Depot SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. Good returning any train up to and including 9:45 p. m. Monday, September 6. Coaches, reclining chair cars, Pullmau sleeping cars. listened to Henry Watterson and every hotspurt who prated about maintaining the honor of this country we would have been tangled In a most Inglorious war, and while resentment may have its place In politics It does not outrank Judicial reasoning. . In these perilous times It behooves all good citizens to pray to God to illumine, direct and strengthen the President that he may pilot the Ship of State safely through the lowering storms. Upon his coolness, courage, clearness of vision to see the light, firmness and patriotism depend the welfare of tho republic. May the Holy Spirit bo his light and his Inspiration! HOW A HE iMrs. Fred Hamilton and daugh ters, Misses Veronica and Frankle, have returned to their home in Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Burke Florida, after a visit of Beveral son have gone to Ashevllle, weeks with her sister, (Mrs. Michael and little N. C. Burke, 1015 Second street. iRev. V. G. Cleary, O. iP., was visitor at West Baden this week. SOUTHERN Markers and Mausoleums. RAILWAY H. Hnchmelster has :Col. John Misses Annabelle and Marie Cox, returned from Saratoga and New Miss Margaret Condron and Miss York. Nellie C Fahey, who have been visiting relatives Jn Washington, Mrs. Irvlngton .Earl, of Portland, are now In Atlantic City, and will from a visit to friends return the first of next week. has returned i PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH. Thomas Cllnes, for the past three weeks, will leave today for her home In The Bertrand Club will give an Syracuse. During her visit many Invitation danco next Tuesday even- delightful social functions were ing at their club house. given In her honor. Springs, N. C. Send for our illustrated designs In (Lexington. and prices Miss Marie Lynch, who has been Large and new stock tp select Miss Grace Villier and mother, the guest of her cousins, Miss Hat-ti- e from all high class work. HIgglns and Mrs. Mrs. Villier, have returned from Hot D. CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Loading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the standard prodnctlons, historic, dramatic and comic. - New Muldoon Monument Co. 652 South Third St. WE TO GET OUT? an appeal for To the peace which has been sent to prominent men In Mexico, Francisco Villa has telegraphed his acceptance, but a number of the Carranza men have replied that only the "First Chief" It authorized to make answer for the CarConstitutionalists. ranza himself has moved from Vera Cruz to Mexico City and from there he 13 expected to refuse any cooperation with outside Influences, to denounce any Interference In Mexican affairs, and to Insist that he be recognized as the de facto ruler ot the country The reverend editor of the True Voice, who has followed closely the situation in Mexico, said last week that he expected no other result from the appeal. Such homilies make no Impression on the men we have cncourgjEd .in .their lawlessness for two years past7 Wo have now got into a nice predicament in regard to Mexico and we have only ourselves to blame for it. How we snail get out is the question that Is now puzzling our statesmen In Washington. The situation is not improving any, either. Reports from Washington Indicate that Carranza will insist upon recognition by the United States. There Is little likelihood that it will be accorded him or his faction. All along our Government has been more inclined to favor Villa than Carranzaz. Wo think there Is little choice between them and neither of them is fit to be entrusted with control of conditions in Mexico. But we shall soon have to choose between the bandit who fawns upon ub and o bandit who defies us. PREJUDICE. Prejudice and hatred assume various forms, but tho expression of bigotry is recognized by the same extremes of thought and action which at the present time so shamefully characterize the State ot Georgia. Georgia contains a population of approximately two and a half million. Out of that large number of people there are no more than, eighteen thousand Catholics, counting men, women and children. It la, absolutely certain that If the religious etatistics wore reversed the namo of Georgia might not be spojten with by all the dorlslon papers throughout tho country. CATHOLIC Miss Stella Buckley has been visMiss Sophie iHlllJs was the hostess iting in Frankfort, the guest of her at a theater party followed by a aunt, Mrs. T. J. Brislan. dinner at Fontaine Ferry Park. Miss Hlllis' guests were Misses Edna Miss Catherine O'Dea and Mrs. S. Doerhoefer, Grace Adams, Kathryn L. (Wickham spent the past week Tlerney, Vlrglo Lyons, Gertrude visiting friends In St. Louis. Collins, Mayme Klley, Kathryn NORTON BUILDING Evelyn Hetherlngton, Shrader, Miss lEUa O'Connor has returned Essie Goldberg, Sallle Crawford, N.W. Corner Fourth and Jeffcrsei from Now York, where she has been Mary Riley, IBessIe Crawford, Joattending Columbia College. sephine Klley, Dollle 'Rodde. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT 00 INCORPORATED iMrs. C. J. Miller, of Augusta, has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Patrick Burke, In Jeffersonville. ENTHUSED. H.BOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. TiaBa IBS. tliem for life. We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. County Attorney Scott Bullitt has gone to White Sulphur Springs for a season of rest and recreation. of New Miss Martina Bowling, Haven, has been the guest of her uncle, Martin iMcGee, and family. Loulsvllllans registered In IFrankfort last week were James Mooney and J. P. Cummins. Among tho Marguerite Phelan Is home from Bloomlngton, Ind., after a week's visit to Mrs. Mary Waldron. ,Mrs. the render of the Catholic Bulletin (Mrs. M. C. Mrs. J. N. Farrell and or St. Paul asked this question: "If ir Wuersch were among those visiting ance, a person is dying with diphtheria or In New York and the (East the paBt ylMI.WX OF COLUMBUS. any other contagious disease, can a week. PICNIC AWARDS. priest go and give him tho sacrais again at Miss Is the The following list ot ments?" And here is the reply: "A home in Kathleen Ford after an enJeffersonville, articles awarded at the recent Late News That Will Interest priest is not only free to administer joyable visit with friends in Indian- picnic of St. Ann's church given at Members Here and the necessary sacraments to one apolis. Spring Bank Park and the list of persons and their addresses to whom dying from a contagious disease, but Mrs. John Egan and children, Miss the awards wero made: he is obliged to do bo, oven at the Bess and Master Edward Egan, have Barrel of flour to IMr. St. risk of his own life. It is not un- been visiting relatives at Washing- Third and Broadway; barrel John, The Increase In membership last iDolly known that priests who administered ton, Ind. Varden flour, to "Mrs. Edward year was 20,259. Spleth, 64 C Shipp avenue; load of Three teams are engaged In a the sacraments to people afflicted iMIsses Helen Meyers, of Indiancoal, to J. Selbert & Son, 130G (West membership contest at Owensboro, with contagious diseases have thus apolis, Welsh spent sev- Market street; umbrella, to Mrs. E. which will end October 12. and Marie acquired the disease and died; but eral days last week with Miss Stone, 716 West St. Catherine; rug, Col. 'P. even though a priest were certain Eleanor Morltz. to Mrs. E. iRoss, Montgomery, Ala.; ber of H. Callahan, now a memNational Board of Diinl. thfif ouvi, n ...ini.l, .m.l.1 JUtt-.- .. JUiM' allk quilt, to Jack Jamison, 1468 Directors, the expected I...UI. ICOUU WUUIU IUI1UW is home next Grainger was Col. IMatt Seventh street; n silver weok. visit to the sick, he would consider Winn's guest last Saturday In New spoons, to R. Westfall, 1607 Fifth his life well spent In giving spiritual York City and spent Sunday, at street; picture, to Mrs. C. lLuckert, Tomorrow will be a great day for aid to tho dying." 1474 Seventh street; rocking chair, tho Knights of Marysvlllo, Kas., to Nick Snrnnk. 131R Ollvo Htrent: whon they will exemplify the three Almost every day we read of some of wasi, wrlueer. to Father iRaffo: lace degrees. Misses priest who has risked his life to save Portland, Katie and iB. Riordan, St. have returned from 'curtains, to Father 'Raffo; lady's The Daughters of Isabella havo that of another person; Indeed It Is Vincent, where they visited Miss waBt. to John Mature. 436 Camp been organized in Indianapolis and frequently to be noted that the priest Lizzie Cunningham, street; sofa pillow, to John O will havo tho first initiation early canary in October. Duvall, 1427 Ninth street; has sacrificed himself for the sake Miss Mary Ttose Kelly is expected bird and cage, to Miss May Hofe-llcof one in danger. The Catholic Denver Knights will elve a basket COMES FROM GREAT BRITAIN. home from New York 'City next Seventh street. priest, to all appearances, has abso week, where she has been visiting Morris1529 will be presented to The picnic .Monday for members and No. chair (When Russia, the present ally of lutely no fear of death. In emer- as the guest ot relatives. 574. The picnic was a great suc- their families and tho boys of St. cess, and the pastor and people of Vincent's Orphanage. England, decided to make cotton gency he will take any risk for William D. Curley, Mr Former .President Theodore contraband in 1905, (Britain's another. It Is his duty so to do and West .and Mrs. have been enter- St. Ann's wish to express their Roosevelt will toe Broadway, thanks to the the principal was voiced tin a protest in he never shirks. And how do we taining as their guest Miss Annie city who their friends all over and speaker at the Discovery day cele by their donations no uncertain terms, as the following regard the anointed one who will do Malloy, of Central City. their presence at the picnic helped bration of tho New York Chapter., note delivered to Russia by Great so much for us who Is doing for to bring about this result. Leadville had a successful exMIbs Ella Wathen, who has been emplification of the three degrees, us every day? We meet him on the Britain shows: with, her Bister, spending six weeks by a banquet. Visitors followed STATE PAIR. "Tho quantity of raw cotton that afreet and pass him by, just as If he Mrs. Andrew Corcoran, In Belleville, wero present from many Colorado might be utilized for explosives wero one of the common crowd; we Ont., will return next week. From present Indications the com- councils. would bo infinitesimal in compari show him no mark of respect; oftening Kentucky State Fair will excol The Knights ot Peru, Ind., honMiss Viola Kammerer entertained any ever held here. Secretary Dent son with the bulk ot the cotton: times we fall to recognize the cloth. Friday evening in honor of her vis- has had a largo force of men at work, ored .Rev. William Arnold, United exported from "India to Japan tor This is not right. The priest should itors, (Misses Margaret Klein and States artillery chaplain, with a de- and the grounds and buildings are ngntrui rareweii reception before peaceful purposes, and to treat have our deepest regard. Possibly Nell Sheridan, of Cincinnati. now ready ifor tho opening. The his departure for Manila, P, I. harmleea cargoes of this latter wo may not be personally acquainted entries already received exceed those Jlev. M. W. Lyons, of IRushvIlle. Miss Melon iRyan, of the city, and of past years, and with the many description as unconditionally con- with him, but we know him to be Miss Craqe Funk, of iWest Point, amusement attractions offered and Indiana State Chaplain, stopped over traband would be to subject a one of God's anointed and he is spent the past week with Mrs. In Denver to witness third defair weather prevailing there should gree exemplification the Congress"by 'Branch of innocent commerce, which entitled to our salute. When you Durrltt Oglesby at 'Prestonia. be a record breaking attendance. The man Daniel Griffin, of Brooklyn. is gpeelally important in the Far pass a Catholic church you raise fair opens on Monday, September 13, Tomorrow Archbishop iHanna will Miss Marguerite Kelley, who was and will continue throughout Bast, to a most unwarrantable lnT your hat; you do so because you the here visiting Mr. and Mrs. rrhomas made dedicate the costly memorial to the terference." know the Blessed Sacrament Is Kelley, Crescent "Hill, has returned week. Friday night has been Judge late Archhlshop Patrick W. 'Riordan, night, with Tea years later, ,in 1915, Qreat within the tabornacle. Do you not to her home at Rushvllle, Ind. Matt O'Doherty as Chairman. This which has 'been erected in the United States realize that tho priest is the only Britain declared will doubtless be one ot the bjg Knights of Columbus building In San Francisco, IMrs. E. Buckley, '418 Culbertson ulghts of cotton contraband. The difference one who may handle the Sacred the, week. Albany, had for- her wae this: 'Russia's crop came In Host? Surely under the conditions avenue, Now guest the past week her daughter, CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. FEDERATION. great quantities from India, there- he is entitled to the recognition Mrs. M. J. Hanley, of Chicago. (England's products were which his office should Inspire. Next .Friday night the Central fore The regular monthly meeting of Committee of the Catholic Knlghta of South Mrs. Mary affected. American protests matter, Gentlemen, when the priest passes y the Catholic iFederatlon takes place ot America will meet In regular Seventh street, is recovering little, iBngland has decided cotton, you on the street raise your hat. from her recent Injury and will next Thursday night at the hall ot monthly session at St. John's jHall, Knights of Columbus, Fourth Clay and Walnut. Much interest atJ b contraband. shall the be able to be out In a few days. avenue. At this meeting the Presi- taches to this meeting, as the proseparate American passengers, Louisville business people seen in dent, Dr. Peter S. Ganz, and the gramme for the entertainment ot RESENTS ATTACKS, from British ammunition. Trouble New York City the past week In- Kentucky delegates, will submit full the State convention will be sub will not follow this course. cluded M. J. Gathof, IB. Kaufman, reports ot the proceedings of the mitted, and also the report ot the The 6a Francisco Star, reseating Toledo convention, and this Is ex- result ot the Sunday excursion. T. H. Rellly and O. W. Owehs. on tmairman ifranK be attaKS pected to 'brjng out a full attend- President Ben Kruse calls upon all MEMORY OP COUSIN. alsfV, of the Commission on In- delegates to be present. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. O'iBrion and ance of delegates. Isirial Relatione, wants the facts Beautiful and tender was the daughter Winifred, who visited Mrs. KNIOnTS OP ST. .TORN. SHELBYVIIiIiE. H. Harris, iPIora Heights, have relout the industrial unrest in this thought of two prominent mtry. The facts are more im- - ollc gentlemen of New Orleans, that turned to their home at Cairo, 111. candiThursday night thirty-fiv-e memory prompted The (Rev. .Father John H. iRlley, of taut than the feelings of John of a dear them to honor the .been much In dead Catholic relative by; James Cody and slater, Mies Mar- dates received the three degrees and Shelbyvllle, Rockefeller, Jr., and should be a generous gift given to a cause that garet Cody, who were gneets et Mr. were Initiated Into St. Edward's disposed for several weeks, and who St. it out, even if the 'bringing of they knew would have touched her, and sMra. T. C. Mapother, have re- Commandery of the Knights of en became seriously 111 while celebrating the early mass two weeks ago, aut raises goose ftamp on gentle heart the' care anil protee- turned to their home in New Albany. John In the presence of an young girls. Such a gift was, thusiastic gathering at Holy Trinity has been compelled to temporarily some of our more timid1 tlon of Following the relinquish his prleetly duties. TJpen quietly and iinpeten'tatlouelr made Mrs. M. J. MeClusky, of this city, Hall, New Albany. le testimony of- Ivy Lt; few months ago Jby Msrs'. Thlllip, aad (Mrs. Charles Llehty, of Birm- ceremonies there wae a social hour the' advice of. his physician Father press agent in the and jParWam Werlelp, ot the big ingham, Ala., attended the fair and that al present greatly enjoyed. To- Riley notified (Bishop O'Donaghue in Shelbyvllle last morrow a large delegation from St, of his condition and was grafted. how muelc Urm, in loving memory of Visited friend uniea, shows te permlMloH to go to .his old heme-a- ; Howard's Commaadefy will-g- e. their Caroline have in the'eeushi'i Mfew keautrWl Werleln, .other Interest shape t a Leaeeville to attend the initiation ot Fall River, Alaas,, where ft Js earufano to relations in this the Catholic "Woman's Club into the conh nestly koeed 'he will - mob fee; re New Methane a elaae of forty-eigMr. and Mm. THemee condition end Orleans. i'and Mr. and Mr. Will McBbane and mandery there. Tbeiwrty' will leave ' stored to perfect health. In A Else-where. 4 PRIEST. Miss Marguerite Edelen had been at New Haven, tho guest ot Misses Flora and Corlnne iMahoney. visiting At the regular meeting of Division enthusiasm was manifested by the members in the welfare of the order in general and wero gratified over the announcement that there was no one on the sick list. The report of Treasurer Kecnan and his stirring speech were very pleasing and bespoke bright prospects for 'Division 1. Thomas Cleary also spoke pointedly for the welfare of the Ancient Order and the duty devolving upon members. President Mark iRyan, before closing the meeting, expressed In laudable words bis concurrence in the sentiments of the speakers, and his gratitude for the good work done and present high standing, officially and otherwise, of the division. Tho next regular meeting will bq held Thursday night, when it is expected there will be a large attend1, A. O. ill., COMFORTS, BLANKETS BEDSPREADS will Sir your boys aa dneatloa that prepare At Prices to Interest COMFORTS; silkolinq in Hoinemakers P ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 112 W. BroJtdwaj, onliYlU, Xy. C!il n lit. rtll V Yavsrlavi TlKAthAfa fllfUtflirfiV mrtA ftnfnntlflf DnaU.ai Vi signs; $2.25, price,' each, $2.00, pretty floral $1.50, covered with de- $2.50, $1.25 $1.00 Courses, Preparatory Department. Lars oniuumuB rooi, wen .uquxppea uyroaa turn. Terms Mndrt. Bro. James, Dtr and COMFORTS; stable at G:30 o'clock morning. G win's covered with sateen and filled with good white cotton; price, each, BLANKETS; in gray, white or plaid; large size; per pair, $2.5Q and $2.9 WOOL BLANKETS; in gray or white plaids; sale price, WOOL-NA- per pair L 1 or half-doze- top cover of beautiful figured satin, under cover of silk mull; make lovely wedding presents; prices $7.98 and ., , $6.98 ; pair $5.00 COTTON BLANKETS; in gray, white or tan; single BEDSPREADS; hemmed or bed size; sale price, per scalloped; large bed size; pair 75c prices, $3.50, $3.00, $2.50, COTTON BLANKETS; large $2.00, $1.50, $1.25, $1.Q0 bed size; in gray or white; and 89c price, per pair $1.50 BEDSPREADS; scalloped or WOOL - NAP BLANKETS; fringed; large bed size; sale white or gray; with prices, $3.98, $3.50, $3.00, silk binding; per pair . .$2.98 $2.50, $2.25, $2.00 and .$1.75 BiKMiKiwwarMmtwMiaBffioaggiBa $3.98, $3.50, $3.00 and. .$2.50 HANDSOME COMFORTS; ALL-WOO- vof difife'rehtxolored. plaids; prices $6.50, $5.98 and $4.98 WHITE WOOL BLANKETS; with silk binding; extra large bed size; price, per a variety $3.98 BLANKETS; in Healy's-by-the-Se- a. h, SCHOOL SHOES FOR CHILDREN. As school opens next week you'll need new Shoes all around. If ever the kiddies need good Shoes it is now-wi- nter coming on weather liable to change any moment. Bring them in at once. Here are two "specials" that mean a distinct saving for you. BUTTON BOOTS (MEZZANINE FLOOR) For boys and girl. Boys' in gun metal calf and girls' in vici kid with patent tip $1.45 Boys' Bargain Basement. pairs A dandy lot of Boys' Box Calf Blucher Lace Shoes on sale. An unusually good buy at this price. It will pay you well to buy one or more t 4 Irish-Americ- an , ... - "Hack-mille- r, Mercerised Lisle Hose; white,! 0 ' Kouad Ticket," guaranteed XMKj toe and heel; all sizes... ..... black and tan; fflltlzes CHILDREN'S SCHOOL HOSE Oft 0j rap-Idl- -- 417-41- 9 FOURTH AVENUE. essaggssigss non-Cat- hJ who-ha- d DR. 713-71- - 'ii'e'H'otit J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. BOUTB:SEVl!!THSa3UBT X - 5 ht .fe.. ftMIMMUtHMIiMMIMtMMHMMiMIIMll &zj&jx:rrxjcTBzrsz RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS RECENT DEATHS. xja&isn JkMB:KxoA2sr. PARISH SCHOOLS. A wide circle of friends sincerely The parish schools will open for sympathize with Joseph and Grace registration and classes on .Monday, Readers of the Kentucky Irisii American are earnestly Hepp, 1008 Fehr avenue, because of and it is confidently expected that A. O. H. urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements the death of their infant daughter all parishioners will xecognlzo their they find in these colums. Ve aim to protect our read Ellenora, who passed away early sacred duty to their children and Wednesday DIVISION 1. morning. The funeral ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. see to it that they go to a school ; AL. S. SMITH, PROP. was held Thursday with interment Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder-kran- z where their faith will not only not AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES in St. 1ouls cemetery. be endangered, but will be strengthSHALE BRICK Hall, Sixth and Walnut. ened, made to bo not a thing releDistributors Of MADE BY President Mark Ryan. Sympathy of the members of St. Vice President William finnhlne. gated to but one day of the week, Coral Ridge Clay Products Co. FEDERAL TIRES Paul's congregation is extended the Secretary Financial Edward, Dut a Power for good In their dally are the VULCANIZING Oereaved mother, Mrs. Catherine Clancy. lives. Our friends are BOTH PHONES 810. BEST BRICK MADE IN CO. PALLS CITY VULCANIZING 449 East St. Catherine Miller, Recording Secretary James P. awakening to this great need: EduCOUNTY 1101-0- 3 JBPPERSON street, and the relatives of William Barry. East Broadway cation divorced from religion is Bldg. J. iMilier, aged twenty-tw- o Sales Office: 1010 yearri, FREE SERVICE II striking at tho very root of morality Treasurer Thomas Keenan. morning. HIb who died Tuesday Sergeant-at-Arm- s Home rhone Shawnee 172i Thomas Tarpy. and undermining tho basic principles CELEBRATED funeral wis held Thursday morning on which this country was founded. P. I. BURKS & COMPANY EXTRA BRAT WURST fM2 n'ith solemn mass of requiem at St. This sounds very Catholic Indeed, (INCORPORATED.) DIVISION 2. WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS Paul's church, Jackson and Kenbut it came from a conference of our MANUI'ACTURHRS OP . F. B0B1TWASBSB CO. Meets First Wednesday Llcderkranz Methodist brothren. .But It Is true. tucky. PIANO PLAYERS Incorporated Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Lot our Catholic fathers and moth- V 923 GEIGER STREET Modern Flayer Built in Your Own Piano, Friends of Bernard Schuhmncher, President Joseph Lynch. ers mnko every sacrifice to give Home Thone 1802 and 377 Pianos and Piano Players Repaired and Tuned 877 Cumb. Phone Main with and they wero Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. their children an education not 8 West Walnut, Louisville sincere regret of many, learned TuesASK TOOK DEAX.EK POB XT his death on Recording Secretary John T. divorced from religion, an education of tho truest, highest sort. In ENGRAVERS PAINTS, OILS AND VARNlSIIKh day. Ho was one of the oldest mem- Keaney; bers of St. Vincent do Paul's church Secretary Edward J. scholarship our schools are second Financial and for many years was with the Kelran. to nono. and from all over the SGHLICn ENGRAVING COMPANY PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Louisville & .Nashville railroad. His country we have reports of a largo Treasurer Thomas Hannan. ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS VERIBEST MIXED PAINT Sergeant-at-Arm- s widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Schuhmacher, John P. Hel percentage of our graduates acquirELECTROTYPERS 1229 Logan street, and several chil- Ion. ing scholarships In all the leading STRASSEL-GAN- S PAINT CO. Ky Louisville, S3G W. Mala St,, dren survive him. The funeral was colleges. Make It a matter of conconducted from St. Vincent de Paul's science that your children go to the Homo Phono City 6674 213 West Market Street DIVISION 8. church Friday morning. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hiber parish school. BAGS. "SOUTHERN STAR" 0 nian Home, Portland. Tho untimely death of Gustav Manufacturers of Sacks for Fktur Mills, Climb. Main SOOS-- a ELECTION OF OFFICKRS. Home City 209S SLICED BACON President John M. Maloney. Grain Dealers, Produce Men, Fertilizer, Gottbrath, son of Henry Gottbrath, Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. Ic, may want In the Sack "All Ready for Your Griddle In the Dried Grain, you etc. Write for price Br., removes from St. Mary's parish (Tho annual election of officers on anything Recording Moraine" Secretary Thomas was held at the annual meeting oB a member who was well known and line. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Killeen. nopular among the young people of New Albany Council J. S. WALKER & Co., Knights of Financial Secretary John J. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. 211 W. Mala Street, Louisville, Ky tho congregation. IHe was twenty-fou- r Columbus at Its hall at Vlncennes ( Incorporated.) DOME PHONE 88 Long Distance Telephone Connections Jr. years old and was associated In CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y and Oak streets Wednesday night. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. business with his father at Eighth The meeting was largely attended Sergeant-at-Arm- s SHOE REPAIRING Martin Kale- - by the members. ITRUCTURAL IRON WORKS. and Mnrket His death followed a Officers elected were as follows: iFrank Zoeller. Jr., AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING abort illness that developed double her. Sentinel Thomas Noono. Foundry and Mftcblao Shop. pneumonia. Besides his father he Grand Knight; James A. Thornton, COMPANY leaves four brothers, Henry, Frank, Deputy Grand Knight; Carl Muller, GRAINGER & CO., Raymond and Aloysius Gottbrath. DIVISION 4. 114 West Market Street ReChancellor; Anthony Zoeller, Incorporated LonJavlIle, Ky. and two sisters. Misses Theresa and Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, cording Secretary; Herman Vernia, Rome Phone, City 5881 Louisville, Ky. Tenth Street, Old Shoes Made Hew. Work Sons Louise Gottbrath. The funeral was Financial Secretary; Cletus Endris, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. While Ton Walt. morning from St. held Monday Treasurer; Alfred Dowd, Advocate; President John H. Hennessy. John Burke, Warden; William THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. Mary's church, Eighth street. Vico President Thomas Lynch. IRON AND HEAVY Financial Secretary Thomas J. Soergel, Jr., Inside Juard; John INCORPORATED HARDWARE. passed away In this city Langan. There Winn, Outside Guard, and William WVHWWWUUMMUUtMHWWUMMMWHmVWWtWWI 1Mb week a most estimable and beCarriage and Wagon Woodwork Distillers Of Recording Secretary John J. Recevour, Trustee. person of (Mrs. Barry. loved woman in the and Hardware OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH of widow Borntraeger, Bophia GOOD WOMAN GONE. HION CO., GUIDE Treasurer Pat Connelly. "HOLLENBACH" BUYERS PURE RYE Martin Borntraeger, for years PresiIncorporated Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far-8 many friends of Mrs. Anna Louisville, Ky. dent of the Anzeiger iPubllshlng rell. W. Mala street. W. Mala St. 528 The Renders of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly was Company. Mrs. Borntraeger Muonnlnghoff were shocked to hear Sentinel M. J. McDermott. eighty-thre- e years old and her life urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements CASKETS AND P, BOEHLER JOS. of her sudden death Thursday noon, had been one of deep piety and unresulting from an attack of heart they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readJEWELER UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. Y. M.I. bounded charity. She was held In failure, following an Illness of only ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY the very highest esteem by every one (Wholesale Only.) three days. She was the widow of MAOIQN COUNCIL, 205. 551 South Shelby Street who had the good fortune of her George Muenninghoff and is surNATIONAL CASKET CO., acquaintance, and her death leaves Meets Monday Evenings at Club vived by three sons, Magistrate JoBetween Madison and Chestnut ARTHUR A. WILL Incorporated House, 344 North Twenty-sixta void that many will feel. Her seph Muenninghoff, Louis and Aug- Home Phone City 5813 Homo Phone, City 9459 Eleventh and Magazine Street. funeral took place Tuesday afterust Muenninghoff, and one daughter, President John J. Lynn. noon from Holy Name church, Rev. First Vice President John W. Mrs. Frances Schmaltz. The funeral HOME KILLED MEATS DISTILLERS. Father O'Connor conducting tho Murphy. took place from St Peter's church FAIR MEAT MARKET eoiemn services. STATE 2431 Montgomery Street JOHN T. BARBEE & CO., Second Vice President Martin this morning, where she had been Incorporated a long and devoted member. The P. Schadd. A Full Llao of Fancy Groceries Home Phone Shawnee 1010 In the death of (Mrs. Brlgld family have tho sincere sympathy of 726.780 W. Mala Street. Treasurer George J. Thornton. Both Phones Borden St. (Patrick's parish loses Kentucky Weller, Financial Secretary A. C. Link. their many friends during their hour Old Barbee. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Call and Give Us An Order 3. C. W. Whiskies. Sole Owners Reganother of Its oldest and most highly Recording Secretary William G. of misfortune. istered Distillery No. 32. Phones Main respected residents.- Glrs. Borden Buckel. WE SELL FOR CASH RATTERJIAN BROS. 15SS-City 6263. was the widow of fThoanus Borden . Marshal Harry Alberts. GBRPET EXCITING SERIES. AND LAYER Ed H. Ratterman, Manager years had conPLUMBING AND HEATING CON and for twenty-fiv- e Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. CONSTRUCTION CONCRETE Funeral Directors and Embalmers TRACTORS ducted the grocery at Seventeenth e Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfeif-fe- r. A series has been arCONCRETE BLOCKS was a and Portland avenue. She Home Phone Shawnee 484 H. W. NEWMAN 220 South Eighth St. ranged between the Champs, penCOLUMNS, ART STONE Contracting Engineer, Steam and native of this city and had always 2014 Greenwood Avenne Executive Committee Frank G. nant winners in the Twin City oeen ready to assist the needy poor, Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank League, and the Bertrand team, who Hot Water Heating and Estimates on All Classes of Werk THEO. WOLF Sur- Geller, by whom she will be missed. Sanitary Plumbing SOMETHING NEW Both Phones A. W. Andriot, John R. finished a bang-u- p second, the first viving her are three sisters, Mrs. Barry. Home Office: 440 Second Street game to be played at Eclipse Park BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY antral Concrete A Construction Co. (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Heating Catherine Thorp and Mrs. Joseph LOUISVILLE. KY. tomorrow afternoon, to be called at 961 Hamilton Avenue ICE ORBAM Andriot, of this city, and 'Mrs. Perslco 3 o'clock. J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. These games wero arHome Phone Shawnee 1914 Michael Gannon, of St. Louis, and a fighting and Count Venler, who aro ranged after a conference between A. L. GUNN CO. S with the Italian army. Steam and Hot Water ncatbag Special Prices to Lawn Fetes and Morgan J. Parlln. Tho brother, Manager Henry Coleman, the "Con 111 JT. THTBD STBEET Receivers and Shippers of Hay and BAKER AND CONFECTIONER funeral took place Monday morning nle Mack" of the local amateurs, and Picnics. EXPECT GOOD CROWD. Cumb. M. Grain. Manafactnrers of Shar-Ploof hor nleceiMrs, Twenty.sixth and Portland Avenue Home Phone 7846 from raanag Manager Ray Haragan, the ICE CREAM Poultry and Stock Feeds Balrd 1705 Sheehan, Thomas of Bertrands and JOHN B. WATHEN THOS. J. BR0DERI0K street, with solemn requiem mass at be Another delightful card party will twlrler In the city. the best amateur Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed Both teams have $1 Per Gallon, All Flavors held in St. Michael's school hall, Bt. "Patrick's church. Chas. A. CypherB New Buffalo Brook street, on tho afternoon and a large following of partisans nnd a FURNITURE MOVER nnd PACKER PLUMBING, GAS 1104 South Seventh Street AND SEWERAGE Incubators and Brooders WAGON OR VAN evening of Tuesday, September 14, big crowd of the Shawnee Park fans SEPTEMBER INTENTION. Phono City 65?4 LOUISVILLE, KY. Is expected to be on hand tomorrow for the benefit of the church. Euchre, Home Phone City 4392-- J 2325 West Walnut Street favorand C. H. Gerrard, Pres. & Gen'l Mgr. general Intention recom lotto, wheej and refreshments will ites. root for their respective will Tho PICNIC PAJRTIES A SPECIALTY be Brownflcld and Hack John Hardy, 1000 Zane Street mended by Pope Benedict XV. to bo the attractions. The various tho Champs' battery, while Haragan AKCBXICAX XKOIT WOKKS Home 'Phone Shawnee 1986 committees are composed of zeal members of tho League of tho Sacred ous Incorporated workers, who are leaving no and HIggins will represent the BerBOILER MAKERS MACHINISTS Heart for September Is Catholic Homo Phone 1191 HENRY SCinjII "The Place Where Old Clothes Are stone unturned to mako the affair trands. General JohhUifr Sepalr physicians. "Made to Look Like New." Oxygen Welding, Cutting and Brazing. 1403 South Seventh Street a gigantic success, and from present Hollenbach's Wine House The responsibility of the physician Plate Metal Work and Steel ConstrucHome Telephone 2147 is very great. As the caro of the indications that result will be ob- JOINS FRANCISCAN BROTHERS. BPALDING DRY CLEANING CO tion. KARL A. HOLLENBAOH, Proprietor AUTO REPAIR SHOP Choice Staple nnd Fancy Groceries soul Is confided to tho priest, tho tained. Phones Main 411, East 146, City 8611 care of the body belongs to the phyH. W. Kerberg, a well known PHONES 1887. Importer and Dealer In Meat and Vegetable Market Xionlsvllle, Ky. 34 S. Main St. resident of the West End, will leave OWENSBORO. WINES AND LIQUORS sician. The difficulty of diagnosing Fine Teas and Coffee today for Cincinnati, to enter the CO. 144 South Third Street tho ills to which the body is Butter a Specialty THE OARRELL.ROGERS R. JEUNESSE novitiate of the Franciscan Brothers The marriage of Miss Ruby consequences i and the terrible Incorporated. at the Franciscan college, Mt. Airy. and Bresler was in treatmont Atee, volved by mistakes OEM CARPET CLEANING, RUG MANU BUILDING CONTRACTOR Mr, Kerberg spet three CHARLES WILLMAN make It the sacred duty of a phy- emnlzed Tuesday morning at the college and now returns years at thia FACTORING AND WALL to enter tho LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY sician to be well prepared for his parsonage of St. Stephen's church religious life. He has a host of PLUMBER PAPER CLEANING 810 YORK STREET profession and to have a profound at Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Bresler friends here who hope that hia CAREFULLY CURTAINS Telephone City 2357 Ignor- left at once for a wedding trip to sense of the dangers which Home Phone City 1396 LAUNDERED BY HAND 053-0- 0 Louisville, Ky. ance, rashness or recklessness may Louisville and Cincinnati and will vocation may be a successful and; South Clay Street Phoue South 1703 return and reside in Owensboro. happy ono. 1204 West Market Street create. Both Phones 508 The Catholic physician is taught Both bride and groom are popular In ST. CHARLES BORROMEO. by his faith to look on the body not society circles, and their marriage Homo Phones Shawnee 592 and 593 IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE WM. 1SGRIGG as a mere mechanism, but as tho In- came as a pleasing surprise to their Special Rates on Large Orders Monday night tho people of St. strument of a soul that Is endowed muny friends. Charles Borromeo congregation will SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR TIIE VELVET TIP ICE CREAM CO. Imwith Intelligence, free will and Incorporated. entertain with another of their enCOMBINATION AWARDS. mortality and as destined one day to 4105 Henry Street joyable card parties in St. Charles ; IDE CREAM and SHERBETS rise from the tomb and share in the h and Chestnut. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. There will be a euchre and lotto Hall, $1.00 Per Gallon Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-bliss of heaven. This begets in him Euchre and lotto will be played S. E. Cor. Twenty.fourth and Rowaa a love and reverence for the body at St Mary and Elizabeth's Hos- fine prizes awarded. Games will nnd beof which atheists and materialists pital next Wednesday and Thursday gin at 8:15 o'clock. B. H. BUETER HODAPP & MILLER have no conception. It teaches him afternoons and evenings to dispose INCORPORATED to ask the aid of the priest, so that of the many handsome prizes left PRIESTS END RETREAT. VETERINARY SURGEON PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY. the troubles of the soul, which react over from the recent lawn fete. In Wholesale Manufacturers of HORSE SHOEING so strongly on the body, may be connection with this affair the Tho retreat of tho priests of the healed, In order to give the body a awards of the combination book archdiocese of Chicago, In which the HARNESS AND STRAP WORK 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET Cumb. Phone M. 1004-chance to be cured of its ailments. prizes will be made and an- Auxiliary Bishop A. J. McGavick took nounced on both days. The afterHome Phono, "City 2365 He knows the might of the part, closed August 27. The 110 South Seventh Street, Louisville noon and tho power of prayer in ob- o'clock euchres will be called at 3 was held at the University of retreat Notre Homo, City 981 and the evening euchres at Cumb. S. 981 help for those who are ill. taining M. J. WALLSHIELD ' Dame, the priests occupying students UiCGSlPORATED MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF We aro asked to pray this month rooms in the various residence halls CLEANER AND DYER OF LADIES' that Catholic physicians may always 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET Rev. of the university. John AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL COL. CALLAHAN HOME. be true to the high ideals held beO'Rourke, S. J., who preached the CONFECTIONER AND CATERESS fore them by the church, that our Home Phone 3117 by retreat, was highly Col. T. H. Weddings and Paroles Given medical students and our physicians home this week Callahan arrived the clergymen for commended his successful Cumb. Phono S. 1640 from an extended Special Attention may bo well equipped for the practrip to California, Hawaii, Alaska efforts. Charles Wolf, Manager Seventh and Onk Streets tice of their profession; that their and other points. Mia friends exlives may be conspicuous for purity HAD BUSY DAY. arrival In take SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND and that pected his part In the time to camand disinterestedness; reqent Catholics tn general may be solic- an active he was detained on acDEPOSIT BANK paign, but Last Sunday Most Rev. ArchOsage Avenue 2121 itous to have at the bedside of their count of the Knights of Columbus bishop Moeller visited Dayton, Ohio, sick physicians who are sincere national convention. Fourth and Central Avenue GUARANTEED for the purpose of dedicating three ' Catholics. $2.00 PIANO TUNING $2.00 new parochial school buildings that Interest Paid On Time Deposit REPAHUNG They were GIVEN FRANCISCAN HABIT. cost about $160,000. VISITED NAMESAKE. We Solicit Your Holy Name, St. Anthony's nnd St. Phone Shawnee 1253 Following the recent retreat in Mary's, the latter erected at a cost of C. F. BENDER The Very iRev. J. P. O'Mahoney, Bit. Anthony Monastery at Mount $65,000. 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS D. (D., C. S. V., President of St. Airy, Ohio, JERSEY DAIRY young men, eleven Seminary, graduates of St. (Francis Seraphic Viator's iCollege and MANUFACTURERS AGED FATHER DEAD. Ico Cream Manufacturer 111,, was ,BourbonnaIse, here for College, were clothed with the habit Special Prices to Churches and Michael J. Hogan, the well known Louisville Made Furnaces days the past week, tho of St. (Francis. Two of them, Francis telegraph operator, several iFrlday rePicnics guest of (Rev, (Father J. P. Troklus, now Father Gregory, and ceived the sad news lasttho death of S. Ninth St. of Both Phones During O'Mahoney, of tho Cathedral. Rudolph Schaefer, now (Father his aged father, iMIchael D. Hogan, Home Phone City 2542 First and College Streets his brief stay the distinguished Angelas, are from (Louisville. In Indianapolis, whero he had long educator met many of the clergy been a resident. Besides two sons LOTOSVTXiIjE. and was well pleased with his visit. SCHOOL BUILDING BURNED. tho deceasod leaves two daughter. THE $1.00 BOX DELUXE The funeral was held Monday morn- First Communion Books SUFFERS FROM ANXIETY. The old frame school building of ing, attended by many relatives THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT (our Saturday Special)" i Holy Cross church, d from Ohio and Kentucky. ROSARIES Rome dispatches received Wednes- and Broadway, caught fire early the most remarkable Flower day state that Pope Benedict's anx- Thursday morning and DRINK was deHONOR ARCnBISnOP HANNA. SCAPULAR MEDALS value obtainable. iety over the war has reached such stroyed. It was a build-- i Next Tuesday has been set as the a. point that he is restleee and suftng, hut; for some time had not been date when the citizens of San FranOther BOXES DE LTJXK See oar sew book, "How to Get fers from insomnia. However, he Is In use. cisco will do honor to His Grace at $2.00. and $3.00. Ma.rled." tireless in his endeavors to mitigate Archbishop Hanna on his recent eleCoupons with every the horror qt the conflict and bring Every Devotional Artlule here. GREETED FATHER VALLELY. vation to his present exalted office. about a situation where hie effort The Rev. John IP. Vallely, O, P., The, banquet Hl take place at the Ne trouble te show aoda. i Place Year QrtUrS Friday fo in behalf of yeaee will be likely to of St. Louie Bertraad's, a former Palace Hotel. . lietivery aatarday. have some chance of success. The resident of (BIHeoMvlUe, N. Y cele Pontiff dally receives a large number brated the late mass and preached EDUCATOR QN VACATION. Rogers Church Goods Co. of, reports concerning the situation, in (Holy Name ohureh there Sunday Rev.i Dr, Cavauaugh, President of Good! these reports being, of,. diplomatic. week. After the 'servteea he wae ftetre Dame University, la in WJs-- $ Gee 12? S. FOURTH AVE. i f,t r r economic, flnanelej and. even, military tendered on lBforjrreepttaa by INCORPORATKDi Mia taking a week's vacation, the AD the 1st aid uw Style ani ah character-- , H frequently get- let THE FLOWERS SHC e' oldest weather C ike oongre-- i first real, outing the heavily bur time, He left the university equipped WW MI M tMMHNl prfeM. ters from his nephews, CouniJiatioB, AT FOUNTAIN AND CAFSS dened educator has had for a long I for reughias It in the wilds. SSO S. FOURTH ii 1 SOCIETY DIRECTORY. IYiRAN W. SMITH'S Funeral Director SON-J- ! and Embafmer I non-Catho- Inter-Sout- h. 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET aW rsui"n-i"w4.(I"I.I.II-:t,,2,i,;,;,,;,I..;,...J.,...- t 1000-100- DOUGHERTY & McELUOTTii and Embalmers Funeral Directors 1818-182- BOTH rHOIJ3JS. 4'W'W-"'l-4'a"l'M-'4'4'til.ti.t4i44...it.4- Hes-slo- n, VtHWVWWVVWWVWVWV FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. N J. J. BARRETT'S SONS &22 JBa.st JVXciiix $M:jeoet. TODD-DONIGA- N RELIABLE FOR CAREFUL 800-81- h. Fay-Mu- s, - three-gam- i ism LILEI BUILDER RITTER-HENNING- ez the-hom- e Vloe-Pre- s. X. Jn Mc-so- l- OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER Twenty-sevent- L. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. FRANK FEHR BREWING CO r A sapra-men- ts mm) HORNUKG Bus-lnee-s Brewers and Bottlers ky. 5c 5c 210-22- 2 Thlrty-sepon- five-roo- m Citra-Col- a par-ehas- e. But Its JACOB SCHUL ft - JKETXJOJKY IRISH THIRTEENTH ANNUAL AJSdnBT&XOAJBm HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. KENTUCKY STATE FAIR 1915. Louisville, Ssptember BIGGEST SADDLE HORSE SHOW IN THE WORLD 13-18, I jl 1 Men's All-Wool I 1 IRELAND. i: Jecord of tho Most Important of the Recent Events Gulled From Exchanges. The death took place of (William Wilson, Town Clerk and Surveyor of I (itHH"HMHMtmnt Mumim hiumh HERMAN STRAUS FOURTH AVCKUg $10 Dlvslon 2 met Wednesday evenFine exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field ing. and Grain, Horticulture, Women's Handiwork, Students' Seed (Division 3 will meet next Monday Judeine Contest, Farmer Boys Encampment and Baby Health evening. Trotting and Pacing Races each day, Clean Midway and Contest. Division 4 will meet next IMonday Grand Fireworks Display. For catalogue address evening, September 13. J. L. DENT, Secretary, Division 1 will have an Important 795 Paul Jones Building. Louisville, Ky. night. I SUITS I I 1 1 wcafiPSffArco SONS ' (gji MARKCT STRCgT $5.50 New OPENED 11)03 COMPLETE EQUIPMENT COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT HOLY NAME SCHOOL 2529 FOURTH AVENUE. Resumes September 7. Terms Two Dollars Per Month. Full course in book-keepin- g, stenography, typewriting. PRESENTATION A Day School conducted ACADEMY Northeast Corner Fourth and Breckinridge Streets. by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Kentucky. The aim of the Institution is to give an education at once religious, solid and reffned Classical Literary and Special Courses Latest methods In Voice Culture, Piano, Harp, Violin, Cornet, Harmony. China Painting, Painting in Oil, Watsr Colors, Emoroidery, Plain Sewing, etc. Scbool reopens Tuesday, September 7. 2 1.2 lbs. Nov Elend Coffee vlth pec- inl rebate ticket good for 10c in trade CK QUI Roasted Fresh Every Day and Sold Direct to Consumer. OPEN SA.TOHDA.Y UNTIL 9 P. M. The Mnlloy man is in your neighborhood every week Phone m and have him call. Y JOH2ST 3MC. MTJXXvOST. W. MARKET DOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 CITY 170C7 MAIN 072 BROOK AND MARKET. Try Ivory Flour. None better. Quality guaranteed. Prices always the lowest of any first class flour. Can save you money on all purchases of Groceries, Meats, Bakery Goods. Give Red Stamps on all cash or C. O. D. orders. Delivery to any parts of city or suburbs. yVMtyjvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old BUTTON BROS. German Insurance BanK Second and Market Under the Big Clock State Government Supervision. 3$3$SkSS$3SS$ DAN J HKNNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN MIDSUMMER WEAR A SPECIALTY. Hennessy UPSTAIRS Axman 425 W. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS STORE. meeting next Thursday Fall Goods. The Hibernian Social Club will have a fall series of euchres and Men's Fall lottos. the advent of cooler weather 'With tbe absentees should now attend regularly. DlvlBlon 33 of New York City will Initiate 200 new members next Tuesday night. Tho (Irish fair day of the HiberMen's Fall nians of New dlaven, Conn., was a glorious success. There aros forty divisions of the Ladles' Auxiliary In Chicago and Cook county, III. Division 2 of San 'Francisco glories In the title of being tho banner division In California. County Vice 'President Maloney Is busy weekly drilling guards for the "big initiation of Division 4. Two hundred new anembors will receive the degrees next Tuesday night in the hall of Division 33, New York City. Third and Market. Division 2 of Syracuse has a strong and active Ladles' Auxiliary, and will organize a juvenile division in the near future. AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. For his services to the order Charles Regan, of the .St. Paul Reporter, was presented with a gold watch by the Hibernians of St. Paul. Timely Record of Some MemorlAttendlng tho Catholio Federation able Events in the Catholic convention were about 100 repreHistory of America. sentations from the State and county organizations of the Ladies' (Auxiliary. By James A. Rooney, LL. D. entertainments Two delightful were given toy the Ladles' Auxiliary September 6, 1868 The IRlght Rev. Michael illclss, President of St. of Minneapolis to tho members who Seminary, Milwaukee, Francis were delegates to the Fraternal consecrated first Bishop of La Congress. Crosse, Wis.; appointed Coadjutor Divisions 2 and 8 of Syracuse to Archbishop Honnl, of Milhave amalgamated. This w.ill make waukee, and succeeded him Sepnew body, to bo known as Dithe tember 7, 1881; founded the sem2, one of the leaders in vision inary in a private house and built Central New York. first church in Milwaukee in President Mark Ityan requests 1846; died March 26, 1890. the presence of all members at the meeting of Division 1 Thursday September 7, 1795 The night IRev. Michael iPortler born at night. The business will be of by France; ordained more than usual Interest Bishop Dubourg at St. iLouis in iNew York Hibernians are having Bishop of 1818; consecrated their reunion and celebration, today Oleno and appointed first Vicar at Sulzer's Park, and expect "to exApostolic of Alabama and the cel any ever held by tho order dur5, November 1826; Florldas, ing the long years of Its existence. Bishop of Mobile Bay, May 15, The County Board, representing 1829; died May 4, 1859. the entire membership of tho order in the city and county, assembled on September 8, 1900 Jesuits' Church of the Sacred Heart, Galveston, Friday night of last week at Texas, and many other churches Hanna's residence to convey and institutions wrecked by tidal to His Grace the congratulations of, wave, storm and flood. tho order on his elevation as Archbishop of the archdiocese of San September 9, 1672 Death at FlorFrancisco. There was a large atence, Italy, Wof Father Francis tendance filling the parlQrs of tho Joseph Bresani, S. J.; born In residence. Archbishop iHanna reRome May 6, 1612; entered Soceived the County Board most ciety of Jesus August 15, 1826; graciously and was introduced to sent as a missionary to Canada in each member by P. B., Mationoy, 1642; tortured and mutilated by County President. tho Iroquois; was In iNew York in 1644, but found no Catholics DON'T MISS THIS. there. at St. The fall festival and country September 10, 1890 ofDeath Sisters the Michael's Convent chicken supper for tho benefit of St. of St. Joseph, Springfield, Mass., Aloyslus church, Pewee Valley, will of the Rev. Mother Mary Cecilia, on the church grounds on be given first Superior, founder and builder Tuesday, September 14. All who of many convents and schools in have attended the outings at Pewee Now England. Valley in tho past know the enjoyable time spent and tho splendid September 11, 1863 Mother Augustine, of tho Sisters of Charity of service rendered by tho members of St. Augustine, appointed first the parish, who excel when giving a Superior of the charity hospital, chicken supper. The lnterurban Cleveland, which was dedicated cars leavo tho Green streot station October 10, 1865. overy half hour, and Father Edward Boes will be pleased to meet nil his TWIN OITV FINISH. friends on this occasion. 1 I HATS J f 1 SHOES $1.89 I 1 (levy'si Portadown. Not since the early fifties has there been such a boom in the herring fishery at Ardglass. Most Rev. Dr. Mangan blessed and opened for public worship the new church erected at .Valentin Island. At tho Ennlsklllen Guardians, W. J. 'Brown, J. P., said Ireland was not loyal and that was why conscription was opposed. Rev. M. Battle, of the diocese of LIsmore, iNew South Wales, after an years, Is on a absence of twenty-tw- o visit to his relatives in Sligo. Tho death has occurred at the Convent of the iHoly (Faith, Skerries, of Sister M. Francis, daughter of the late Francis OIBrien, of Dungarvan. Tho death is announced of the Very Rov. Charles Flynn, Manor- hamilton. Wis death is regretted throughout tho diocese of Kilmore. Three ladies named Miss Kate Buckley, Miss Hannah McCarthy and Miss Nora Buckley have been appointed as lady postmen at Ken-mare. Colored Wash Fabrics I THAT APPEAL ESPECIALLY TO i Mothers With School Girls! 1 19c Fancy Scotch Plaids 12 l-2- c. Fancy Scotch Plaid Suiting In a good wool finish; quality suitable for making pretty school dresses. The regular prlco of this suiting is 19c; special, per yard 12&c Manchester Percales 12 L2c. very best to be had; the colors are strictly fast. Wo have a large line of new shirt nnd dress styles; both dark and light colorings; all Hrst quality; sale price, per Manchester Percales are the J ', ', I 40c Waffle 36-in- Cloth Suiting 25c Fancy Suiting 12 25c. yard 12J5c l-- 2c ,. ; ', Suiting In a beautiful lino of fancy check de-Splendid weight for fall signs. and winter wear; sells regularly at 40c; special, per yard. . . .25c "Waffle ;: Otont-brlso- n, Arch-blsh- on Jefferson S'reet UOG-- T IC. OF O. ELECTION. Homa, City 3101 Cuiub. South DOUGHERTY & LANNING INCORPORATED. COAL CO. mously Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue QUICK MEAL QAS RANGE MB0bBbs1 this being only the third case of Its kind in tho seventeen years' history of the local council, tho other two Knights chosen to succeed themselves being Matt J. Winn and J. William officers Klapheke. The other elected were John P. Cassllly, Dop-ut- y Grand Knight; li. J. Veeneman, Recording Secretary; Henry tB. Financial Secretary; D. A. Mapother, Chancellor; (Robert A. Watson, Treasurer; Ray Schuhman, Advocate; John J. Flynn, Warden; E. L. Andrlott, Inside Guard; Al Brand, Outside Guard, and Thomas A. Bohan, Trustee. Mc-Brld- e, At the annual election of officers of the local Knights of Columbus held last "Wednesday evening Grand Knight Frank A. Geher was unani s'2" I Ur The Louisville ball team will finish their series with Columbus this afternoon, being tho last meeting of the two teams this season, and before leaving Manager Midklff should, on .behalf of Louisville, give the Senators a rising vote of thanks far their continued generosity, tho Colonels having won fifteen out of. twenty games played here and there. 215 WEST MARKET STREET. This is a better showing than either of the other two leaders, Minneapolis having only won eleven out JOHN B. ITRAJSnC of sixteen, St. Paul ten out of. eighteen, and Indianapolis thirteen from tho out of twenty-on- o tallendera. If tho pennant 1b lost to Louisville It can be charged especially against our showing with the Cleveland team, which won fourgames, teen out of twenty-fou- r while tho same team was easy money for the three abovo referred to, 508, 510 512 CLAY STREET. Minneapolis winning fourteen out T8LEPM0NS 2t out of LOUISVIUB. .KT. of nineteen, St. iPaul twelvethirteen nineteen and (Indianapolis out of nineteen. Incidentally the A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of same proportion was won by every other team In the league from Cleveland, but try as they may he Colonels qould not beat this misfit aggregation regularly. After leaving Columbus the club wlll play focx, games, Including two Monday on Common Peerless JExtra Pale Lager day. Neit Labor account of Wednesday the Minneapolis club will to the great demand we are aow BOTTLING COMMON, be here to play a series of four games, which should prove interesthave tried the rest get the BEST. ing with" our best lineup bow in lome Shawnee 56 and 59. Cumberland West condition. GEHER & SON WALTERS' and the world. Easy to clean, cooks auicklv. bakes perfectly and consumes the leas'l possible amount of gas. JlEfi It is made to last. The most popular cooking device in FINAL IIOME SERIES. Clay Street Brewery fATX CITY BEER 6. Louisville friends arc cordially ini vlted. A fish fry held at thq camp August 26 proved a great sueOFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON cess, and the chicken supper is cerHOME PHQNES CITY CU M B. MAIN 507. tain to be more enjoyable. A bargo TAKE 'LONG TRIP. will leave the Frankfort Custom WORKS 13th end Breck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and lOth. X Martin J. Gavin and wife, "West; .House wharf at 7:30 p. m. to conBreckinridge street, leave tonight duct the crowd to the camp grounds. for an extended "Western trip. Before After tho supper there will be a returning they will visit Denver, boat ride and dancing. Cumb. Phone Wst 191 Home Phone 191.? Yellowstone Park, Salt Xke City, jyma Los Angeles and the San Diego and receives man approval. Panama Expositions. "While in San" In his report to the United States Francisco Mr. Gavin will attend a number of meetings of the Ancient; Government on the military departOrder of Hibernians, of which order ment of the University of Notre he is one of Kentucky's pioneer; Dame, Capt. J. F. Robinson, of the WCORPORATBD General Staff, testifies that the genmembers. eral appearance of the cadets and MADE TtBFRHAT WSKB. the degree of zeal with which military duty is performed are "very The Rev. Fatfcer Osmund, O. F. good," He also reports that the ofM., assistant pastor of St. John's ficer on duty st this institution is church, Cincinnati, has been spend- - cordially supported by the faculty SeU at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, ntrrnEth.eicotloatllaem Ing the week here In retreat at St, in the matter of military Instruction DBUSER. AWarrs. Laulsvllle. Ky. ORUBER Boattece Conv J and discipline. 573-1786. The Twin City Catholic Baseball League clostfd its season last SunHenry day afternoon, Manager Coleman's Champions again finishing in front, and in the opinion of many were justly entitled to tho flag, having played consistent ball all season, their specialty being team work. The Bortrands finished a good second, mainly through the splendid twirling of Jtay Haragan. Next in ordor came the Olympics of with practically tho same line-u- p former years, but a little short on "pep." The K. of C. improved their standing of past seasons by finishing fourth, and would have dono bettor with team work. Mackln just nosed out Bruins for fifth place at the close, and if tho club had kept up its slugging of early season the leaders would have been dethroned. The iBrulns were in and outers, playing top notch ball one day and miserable tho next tlmo out. Trinity never seemed to strike its stride for some unknown reason, the team looking good on paper. The Imperials, although finishing last, closed In a blaze of glory by trimming the Champs, their second win of the season. Although considered a bad year in baseball, and other amateur leagues finishing on three legs, so to speak, if finishing at all, nevertheless the Twin City had its most successful season, the attendance averaging away abovo other seasons. This success is due to the untiring work of tho officers led by President "Capt" Itelchert, who worked early and lato for tho league's success. shopkeeper and farmer In the village of Loughlll, County Limerick, took place quite suddenly. Though past his prime he seemed until quite recently, when he began to complain of weakness, to be in tho enjoyment of good health. The remains of the late James years, aged forty-fiv- e MaKeown, who was killed accidentally on the Great Northern railway lino near Dunleor, were Interred in Dromln. His father was killed crossing a river In a cart, and his grandfather was also killed while working In a quarry. Tho Ennls Guardians adopted the n Dublin City Hall Conference of protest against conscription. Michael Joseph Healy and John Sullivan, Youghal, are missing, and fears are- entertained that they have been drowned. Both men were out In a punt fishing and the boat was found drifting in the harbor bottom reso-tlo- citizens. Tho death of Michael over thirty years. The departure of Itev. Michael Crowe from Birr, where he took a deep Interest In tho National moveLinon Cheviots Danish Poplar Cloth 25c 12 ment, is deeply regretted by' all 10c. King's county Gaels. Danish Poplar Cloth is a half Shirting Cheviots, extra strong wool material and 36 inches wide; In North Roscommon a parquality; suitable for making boys' makes warm and comfortable ticularly bounteous harvest Is pros-lseThe farmers have given a T waists and shirts; all fast colored dresses for the children. We have stripe patterns; sate price, per a full rango of shades if or your much wider area to tillage this year yard 10c selection; sale price, per yard. 23c many years. than for religion Miss Mary Boyle (In 10c Shepherd Check Suit New Amoskeag Dress Sister Mary Imelda Joseph), second Ginghams 10c. ing 15c. daughter of "W. H. Boyle, Gilford, n was solemnly professed at the Bookfold Shepherd Check SuitJust received our new fall lines ing; in black and white; also of Amoskeag Dress Ginghams, in tof Mercy, (Lurgan. fancy combination colored checks, a beautiful assortment of new The Lord Chancellor has aph quality plaids, checks and stripes, In an In a splendid pointed Michael J. Monaghan, of Ballybay, to tho Commission of the that sells regularly at 19c; sale endless range of pretty colorings; price, per yard 15c sale prlco, per yard 10c Peace for County Monaghan. He is a prominent Ballybay Nationalist. reGrave fears are entertained We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates garding the harvest In tho Granard district owing to the continuance of the wet weather, and the hay crop particularly Is suffering severely. (At a meeting of the Baltlnglass iVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVJ Board of Guardians the resolution against conscription, passed at a meeting held In tho (Municipal Chamber, Dublin, was Council unanimously passed. IRev. Aldan Forrestal, Newtown-barrhas been presented with a beautifully Illuminated address by his late parishioners in as where he (ministered curate for many years. Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of The sudden death of' James J. Pholan, Waterford City, 4s much trading stamps, er many other useful articles carried $ regretted. He was principal of the in our premium rooms. firm of Messrs. P. and S. Phelan, O'Connell Street Mills, and was one MHUmmumWMMVWWMHHmMMHWMnWMMWHUHVMVi most representative Waterford's ', Itev. M. T. Taylor, O. iP., Black Abbey, Kilkenny. He was connected with the Kilkenny House "for The death is announced of tho 2,000JYards of Gingham Remnants 8c Now Fall Dress Ginghams, in short mill lengths from 2 to 8 yards, and largo variety of plaids to select from; values up to 12 c; sale price, per yard. . . .8c l-2c Your cnoice oi one lot or Fancy Suiting, In fancy Scotch plaids and stripes; also some plain colors. Splendid weight and quality for making school dresses; values up to 25c; sale price, per J yard Kiddie Cloth 15c. 12c i ' ; This is one of the strongest and most durable wash materials for making school dresses and waists. Comes in a large variety of stripes and plain colorings; sale price, per yard . ., 15c ! '. d. Con-ve- wool-finis- f iiinMMiiWHwuHmtHm)mnom i y, Black-wate- r, Tip Top Bread Pure. Guaranteed 100 18 BAT i i O'Shaugh-ness- y, WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS 6 99 THE MASTER CLEANER AND DYER $1.00 liadlcs'ISuIts Cleaned niul Pressed Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned and Pressed 1.00 Gentlemen's Palm Bench Suits Cleaned and Pressed. .50c Gentlemen's Suits Sponged and Pressed 2fe Puis Cleaning and Dyeing' Co. Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. BE SURE TO CALL FOR up. EUCintE AND LOTTO. Plans have been practically completed to make the euchre and lotto party of St. Augustlno's parish tho most notable of Its kind In the annals of that congregation. This event will be held in St. Augustine's Hall, 1304 "West Broadway, on Thursday nfternoon and evening, September 16. From tho nmount of enthusiasm evinced this party will atsuccess never hitherto tain a achieved in the parish. The object which is to of this. entertainment, include a splendid supper, is to augment tho funds of St. Augustine's church in order to carry out the numerous charitablo and other works that rest upon tho Rev. Father Francis Felten, the pastor. FRANKFORT. Club, composed of members of Frankfort and '.Lexington Councils, Knights of Columbus, will give a, chicken supper at their camp grounds, near (Frankfort,- - next Wednesday night, to which their McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. M fi. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. M. J. BANNON, f4llIfll14"l-l"iMtnt8Illilll.H-4HH-tPres. t Hf r. P. BANNON, JR., Vlci Pret. Trtis. LAWRENCE t J. VEENEMAN, SecnUry. " Tho Kentucky Central Outing P. BANNON PIPE CO. J Sewer and Calvert Pipe, BaaneB's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steass Ceadaits, Wall Coping, Drala Tile, Titrified BrlcK, Fire Proofing, Flae Lining, Fire BrlcK Crate and Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney Topi. WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers.