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Fourth St. Kentucky Irish American NO. 11. bread of llfo to China, or send a clergyman In tho name of their common dlsclpleshlp to minister to the wounded and the dying In trench and hospital. Thoy can do almost everything else together; but this one thing which the Lord Himself prayed that tho disciples be, thoy havo not become they havo not made their unity so visible that the world, seeing It, may believe In their Christ." The reverend doctor Is right In his Indictment, he is right In pleading for church unity as he does, but ho Is wrong, exceedingly wrong, in not seeing tho source, the only source, of that unity; In communion with the chair of Peter and in unswerving conformity to the doctrines of tho Catholic church. This Is tho only "International Christianity supernatlonal Christianity" which has existed from the beginning and which will continue to the end of time. Only in embracing It can the members of the Protestant churches hope to influence the world's history for Christ, C. B. of C. V. INDIAN MOTORCYCLES Master of Tlicm All CENTURY OOO CYCLE S. CO. INCORPORATED. Fourth St. VOLUME XXXV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPEMTBER 11, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. MINISTER "Who Points to Strength or the Church as Force For Peace. Noteworthy Contribution From Pen of the Itcv. Newman Smyth. "Weakness and Disunity of Pro tcstant Churches Drakes Them Powerless. MAKES PLEA FOR CHURCH UNITY ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. "The Constructive Quarterly" Is a publication devoted to the expression of "constructive Christianity" by the representatives of the various ChrisThe distintian denominations. guished personnel of Its editors and contributors and the Interesting na ture of many of its articles gives to It a position and prestige more than ordinarily attaches to a magazine In Its latest issue a particularly note worthy contribution is included, from the pen .of Rev. Newman Smyth, D, a Protestant D clergyman, on "Christianity After the War," in which the power and unity of the Catholic Church and the weakness and disunity of Protestantism in the face of the present crisis are pointed out and strongly commented upon "The real test of Christianity," declares Dr. Smyth in opening his article, "Is to come after the war," and "the critically hopeful question of the present hour for the church Is after the Avar shall there be a new epoch of International Christianity?" Ills answer is in the affirmative: "The final security of the world'p peace shall be International Christianity. Greater church unity is a necessary condition for that." But tho Protestant churches, he laments have given evidence from the beglp- nfirgoi a mosi irriiaung aisujnty Icnrlias stood The CaTfioffechurch solid and united .in tlfG fact of all the crises of the worM'a history. "There Is one church," wo read, "that stands always ready. For centuries there has nover been a day when It has not had power, for better or for worse, to speak Its own mind with authority; and It has led Its own following. At any time of need It has not to wait. In tho morning Its volco may go forth to the ends of the earth. At midnight It may speak; and as the sun rises tho whole world round the people shall listen. Before the powers of the world it can appeal for millions of people and In every tongue. It retains no temporal sovereignty; It can not command the war to stop; yet Its appeal has gone forth for the love of Christ's sake in behalf of the sufferers and tho prisoners. The Church of Rome has a voice, and it can make it heard even amid the storm of war. Tho Protestant churches can not. Tho voice of the Roman church Is as one voice, the volco of many waters; there Is none to declare tho mind of the churches, though all Protestant would hear It spoken. Its voice Is as the murmurs of running brooks from distant sources." "That," he continues, "Is the outstanding fact which confronts the Protestant churches their lndepond. ence of one another has left them powerless to act, oven when they ought to act together In their power as a whole. They do not, they can not, stand up as one solid force to confront an Impious wrong; they can not rise at an hour's summons to meet an emergency; nor can they minister as one body for Christ's sake to the urgent suffering of any land. They are not united or oven practically federated sufficiently In any city to do the greatest possible good which they have the men and means, the mind and heart to do." This confession is all the more striking because of the fact that Dr. Smyth still ifears "spiritual absolutism" and lauds "free church democracy" as exemplified In Protestantism; not understanding that doctrine can never be democratic in its creation or dispensation, because It is from God and necessarily theocratic, and that the real "church democracy" actually exists in Catholicism in that It has reached all tho peoples and has never become a representative of any faction of the peoplo or allowed royalty or State to control Its laws and regulations, as have many of the Protestant denominations. Ho hopes in a vague way that Protestantism, at least In America, will be able to get together In a positive and productive way; but in expressing this hope proves its futility In showing how far apart tho sects are today. He points to tho Protestant Episcopal and the Congregatlon-alls- t churches as examples, because In history and In many ways In doctrines these churches havo a common ground. But they are far, far apart In actual practice and in their estimation of each other. They do send their money to the sufferers under the "religiously neutral sign of the Red Cross," but "charity," he emphasizes, "is not all of Christianity; their religious faith and hope they do not give together to the world." "With all their mutual helpfulness and 'benevolence, these two churches lack one thing needful the one thing moat Christian they can not do; according to their canons and customs they .can not, consecrate, each far th ther, the came cup of communion; they do not, and can .not, in one Joint act of ordination, cttttnniseioa to carry ih J. 'Reardon, of Seventh street, celebrated the twelfth anniversary of their marriage last Sunday with a reception both afternoon and evening, when they received many congratulations. The table was beau tifully decorated with pink and white tosos. The guests enjoyed thamselves with music, refreshments and other entertainment. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Reardon, Thomas iPitzglbbons, R. Lawler, 'A. Tloss, J. Jtear-doMisses Winnie Spollman, (Mary Maloney, 'Josle and Wary Lawler, Lucille iReardon, 'Mary, Margaret and Anna Louise 'Robs, Ruth O'Leary, iChrlstine Uest; Masters Dennis Keanely, d James and 'Ross, Babe Best and Milton iMr. and Mrs. D. 1027 'South Mes-dam- es n; Ber-tran- O'Leary. Newport. Mrs. Mary Anno Connolly, seventy years old, mother of Dr. John J. Connolly, of this city, died at her home In Newport last Sunday. Mrs. Con- was one of Newport's most prom lnont women and a devoted member of the OthqUft ChuFchra her spjvflerald J. Connollv. was or- 3uined a deacon In the Catholic church. She attended tho ceremonies and her happiness In seeing her son crown his studious life was beyond expression. She then expressed the wish that she might live until ho preached his first sermon. At 10 o'clock Sunday Father Connolly preached his first sermon In the Church of tho Immaculate Conception. Tho mother was unable to attend, but Father Connolly read his sermon to her at her bedside. A few hours later she passed away. Besides Dr. Connolly three, other sons, a daughter nnd three brothers survive. MISSIOXS IN KEXTUCKV. The Rev. (Benedict Hanloy, C. P., formerly of tho Sacred Heart Re treat on the Newburg road, but now stationed at Des Moines, where he has founded a new (Passlonlst monastery, has been giving a series of missions In the churches under the caro of the Rev. Louis Bornatto, pastor at Leitchflold, In Western Kentucky. Father Hanley has conducted many (missions In Kentucky that have been the means of bringing members into tho true fold. When he returns to DeB Moines he expects tho foundations for tho new monastery will be completed. MACKIX SOCIAL CLUB BANQUET. iMackln Council Social Club mem bers held their annual banquet Wednesday night at the Seelbach, and for the forty members It was a gala event. 'President L. Sherley Cunlff acted as toastmaster and was happy In his introductions, not overlooking a memher. Tho club was given much praise, the past year being marked hy success socially and financially. After the talks the following officers were elected for the year 1915-191G: ed Secretary Roger Leet. The club will Inaugurate its social season September 28, when Presi dent Buckel hopes to continue tho success or his predecessor, u. 8. Cunlff. (President 'William G. (Buckel. Vice President Eugeno !Leet. PEWEE VALLEY. Edward Boes and tho people of St. Aloyslus congregation, Pewee Valley, have made extensive ar rangements for tho fall festival to be held on the church grounds next Tuesday aftornoon and evening, and they look for a large number of vls- istors from the city. There will bo numerous amusement attractions, but tho big feature will be the country chicken supper, at which there will be an abundance of all n that tho market affords. The cars will stop at the grounds every half hour. This is an ex cellent opportunity to spend an en joyable day In the country. IRev. inter-urba- JBFERSONVILLE. Excavating has been begun on the school lot back of St. Augustine's church at Cheetnut and Locust streets, Jetfersonvllle, for the new boys' school to be erected and prom ised by the contractors for the first of the year. The Totten house adjoining the rectory, recently purchased by Father Halpln, will be used for the boys until the new school Is completed. ANOTHER CARDINAL CALLED. The death of Cardinal Claudius Francis Vaaxary was announced In a dispatch to the Central News from Ariwiterdam last SatarSar. suaged animosities and had proved by his wise administration and the Increased number of priests, churches and Institutions that the State had nothing to fear from the spread of Catholicity. Ho laid tho of his Leaders Should Muzzle Henry Publication Now On Cfrill of First Bishop of Diocese Embrac- - Cathedral of thecornerstone Concep- Scourge Now So Common Immaculate Tha Watterson and Urey Press of Entire United May 31, 18GG, and construction ing Maine and New Hamption It Is Mentioned Without was well under way when In the disWoodson. States. shire. a JLtlush. astrous fire of July 4 of tho same year It was leveled with the ground, together with tho episcopal resiControversy Only Of Benefit to Itcsult of Frank Case Attributed How He Connurcd Bigotry and dence, the Sisters' house, schools and Indigestion Is Itnmpant academy. Two years later work was and Acto Mouthlitgs of .Georgia the Republican Campaign Intolerance 'In New resumed and the Cathedral was dedcompanies Its Victims icated September 8, 18G9, tho Very Manngers. Bigot. England. Through Life. Rev. Isaac T. Hecker, tho founder of the Paullats, preaching tho sermon of tho day, and "tho loftiest spire in Democratic Ancient History and Watson's Magazine n Tjpc of His Good Judgment and Unas Portland crowned the finest church in K. Christlch Points to Condition Maine." the Villainous A. P A. Beckham's Past Not Insinning Courage Disarmed The Bishop's labors and frequent That Disgraces Christian and distant visitations soon underPublications. teresting. Prejudice. Civilization. mined a never too robust constitution and In June, 1874, ho sailed on his last Journey to Rome In company STANLEY MEN SEE MISTAKE SHOULD BAR FROM THE MAILS BUILT PORTLAND'S CATHEDRAL with his old friend Cardinal McClos-ke- WOMEN ARE HELD RESPONSIDLE Arriving at Brest ho was too weak to proceed further nnd In the naval hospital ho awaited the return f of the Cardinal. Then the dying II the final ending of the Prank By James A. Rooney, LL. D. Democratic newspaper men and Treating on tho subject of "Grace Bishop was tenderly carried aboard leaders throughout tho State are case, which resulted In the lynching When Bishop Hughes decided In tho ship Perlore and on Its arrival in versus Gluttony," E. Christltch by a 'Georgia mob. had nno vnnA tho summer of 1841 that the Cath- - New York November 5, 1874, ho was writes that nowadays the scourge unanimous in the opinion that, the feature, of it is tho that entire """ first duty of the State Democratic r.lilt "ao t.. "Bfact.!.- - cauea """ h i. biuu .uu transferred to St. Vincent's Hospital, Indigestion has become so common weauon ...".to capacity of both St. James' and St. where he expired In a few hours. "u" Committee Is to put a quietus on Iho that It Is mentioned without ;f1u? ntlJCathe Paul's needed a was unnecessary controversy between Jefforsonlan, edited by Tom. Watson, church, and that they tho good thirda lynBishop Bacon 15, born In Brook- blush, and the advertisement col-a ho recalled September 1813, the son of umns the Menace and iAmerioan r.lt- - rii..,r Urey Woodson and Henry Watter-Boof tho dally papers reveal a ,i., i... .,. William and Elizabeth Bacon, and he both of whom seem .to have lost seveVal was baptized In Old St. Peter's. Now condition of things whoso existence Tng, f?r only a 1,U, more than two years LU ,,n da,ned and jU8t thon ministering to' York, by Father Benedict Joseph is a disgrace to Christian civilization. sight of the Idea that victory for the vil? and vers hn B What man reads, ftS the Cathllcs ot Belleville. N. J., and Fenwlck. S. J. He was educated at seems aImmaterial so thinks or does, ticket in November should be the lohg as ho Is h.e 8mmoncd h,m to take charge of .Montreal and Emmltsburg and was ?L first consideration and that the av- Catholic church nothlnJ the Brooklyn undertaking. This was ordained by Archbishop Ecclleston In careful of what he eats and drinks. thf erage Democrat cares not a whack for Father David William Bacon, born in' Baltimore December 13, 1838. He On one side wo have vendors offering publication about the ancient history In politics U"ca and then t0 combinations of delicacies to tickle 18,13' andiwa flr? 8entJ two in""11. S?p!emir of either Woodson or Watterson. In years ,n the appetite, and on the other healago i ers offering remedies to counteract his statement Issued Thursday Mr. the FederalWatson was Indicted by U flUTUU Z UU LUC 11U11L J II .,. I ., lH H W . w. .., I1T1T1I ROnr .. LIIH Vlll OL. Jlllltm w u..va uvii excess. grand Jury for vile and HKht nlace IU las pastor of St. Peter's church. Woodson says In reply to an ediGluttony Is rampant ln torial of Watterson's: "d am pre Jury In Its finding tain,7 "m". t i.I ' . "ls pansn was t0 D0 on tno Ea8t "euoviiie, w. J., where he was when It originates In the home, all classes. It Is nurr.iS rlve.r Ir.ont ".' u '." casting about for called to Brooklyn. His remains rest tured ln pared to give details never before matter was so Indecent that It tho schools, and It accoma site ho a strange kind of under tho altar of the Portland published about the debauchery) not be mentioned In the Indict nftllinfllKA nnoticedm.m panies Its victim through life. ! 1T J vuiuuuiui, uui uiuru .f ovi uwiuic ul 4Vin luiucr ui luin uuu On MinJanl U..1 ll. .u is u memorial lo iuc upon your Initiative, of the General ment." ' Jay streets, apparently used as a him In New York In tho bronze altar Woman's application to tho cooking dn the Leo (Frank case ha . Assembly of 1908, hy which a Re stove has resulted not only In prevpublican was sent to the United dulged ln every vile epithet ho could baicuiui ouuj. xio OLUjpcu lit UJIU " "" tjm;icu X1CUIL 111 OL 1'UtriCK 8 alent gastronomic evils, but It has Introduced himself to Jonathan Rog- - Cathedral, erected by Cardinal Mc- Btates Senate." Further along ho command and worked unceasingly had tho more deplorablo results of says: "How about your race for to create racial hatred against the ors, the carpenter, who told him that Closkey in thanksgiving that the life stunting tho capacity for grasping Governor In 1903, and who was It Jewish residents of t that section, tho place was all that was left of an of his old friend was scared until he higher things and of deadening tho that saved you from that supremo along the same Ilnesi he had been Independent Catholic church which could die ln his native land. desire of the only knowledge that piece of folly?" Mr. Woodson also working for years in an effort to Father John Farnan had attempted can satisfy immortal creatures. ElabCHICAGO HONORED. says that .the CourlerJournal, by ltd havo a Tevlval of the (Bloody Monday to build about ten years before while orate dishes and complex bills of under ecclesiastical censure It np- .tijnes. When tho Catiollcs News of a posthumous honor fare spell decadonco as surely aa this class of abusive pears that when Father Farnan subdefeat that the Democratic party has bad plays and novels. which would havo mitted suffered In twenty years In Ken- publication baxepd from .the United c,lcd to to obedience and was recon- Archbishop Qulgley,elevated tho Inte Usage condones juvenile greediness. tho clurch authorities he of Chicago, to tucky and that he Is prepared to "go States malls they i2t with serious Hampers and aro a rank tho route" In n controversy or fight) opposition from many"? rant whom abondoned all attempts at building ad he next to that 6r a Cardinal popular form In which affection tho Is a with Watterson and his man Friday they least expected, among thefiKbe- - ahd Stephen Whitney, ,n New York message lived to receivo tho Papal demonstrated. Even religious feasts was received there Monday, Brooklyn, Ing ministers of the gospel whdrtK mercnant who llve(1 (referring to Haldeman). havo become Identified with gartitle accorded head foreclosed a In tho first place Democrats do one would naturally expect to be on Placfc.. The mortgage he held on the The archdiocese of the late was of gantuan meals. When overfed conChicago unfinished basement tl10 tho side of purity and Christian not want a revival of that maudlin stitutions walls ee roofed over by Rogers slstant at the Pontlflclal Throne and cures are gl'e trouble temporary to their follow man ijush about Beckham being robbed effected, but there Is no 'termlna- - and no had .used It as a carpenter Count of tho Apostolic Palace. By The awful and dastardly of his seat in 1908. Granting for me.ssago Kev- Dr- - Francis restriction of renewed Indulgence. over s!nctSN Vsa,mo tho sako of argument that he was Hon of the Frank case has revived sllP that opposition from anothor source, ' Father Bacon snw that it was In J deprived of the United Btates 'l0' of Chicago. President of Tho cult of tho . esh and fleshly enjoyment in youth is so Ineralnnrt the Catholic Church Extension then, he has slnco achieved judging by newspaper expressions Just the right locntloRvnearly ln Jhe "W$-Bts3t3 Pr&tfiinrtrrifry j.Uint ltjian not be eradlcntesJn tho the country, tho follow- -' center of the proposed that honor by tho support of Louisville, obtained under false pretenses Ing being a sample from the ho secured the property and finished Apostolic, a rank next ln order to adult. Shall bo blame the man" tho building, which was dedicated , tnat of a Bishop. Both honors were ignores tho life of the soul if those in a primary, and if ho was robbed Philadelphia Record: primary responsibility for the June 10, 1842, as the Church of thefuue t0 roller work done by tho re- - around him have In infancy pandered The of his rights seven years ago he la now the beneficiary of a fluke vlc- muraer 01 iLieo JM. iFranK must be Assumption, it soon grow to he a clplents for the dispossessed priests to his carnal proclivities? The first step toward inculcation y lodged with the tory, the returns last year In tho news- - populous and prosperous parish, and ana sisters or Mexico of morality is in tho Senatorial Taco looking mighty paper, devoted to tho dissemination Father Bacon remained Its pastor for matter of food. As soon as reason CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. questionable, and Judging by thq of the seeds of racial and religious fifteen years, and besides ho had awakes a child can be taught to sit strength of Stanley shown this year hatred, which led the hue and cry nearly completed another church in Tho seventeenth biennial conven- before his plate 6omo time without Beckham, Haly, etc., against Frank, worked up the South Brooklyn, tho Star of tho Sea, Woodson, Rhould be thanking tholr stars that frenzy of the rabble and caused tho when ho was appointed tho first tion of the Kentucky State Council touching it; later to repress his Beckham was able to slip in last destruction of a prohably innocent Bishop of tho newly created see of of the Catholic Knights of America animal appetite for the sako of a felyear. As far as Watterson Is con- llfo under most revolting clrcum- - Portland, Maine. He was consecrat. will be held In this city on Tuesday low creature; to blush for transgresstances Just as directly and Just as ed by Archbishop Hughes In old St. of next week, opening with mass at sion In eating or drinking as ho corned, he and .the Courier-Journa-l Times combination havo no standing certainly as If the editor himself 'Patrick's Cathedral, Now York, April tho Cathedral. This great Catholic would blush for a theft or an unfraternal order has a largo member- truth. Only the boy who considers or following In the Democratic had drawn the rope that swung tho 22, 1855. party Democrats of rank and file hated Jew Into eternity. Tho new diocese at that time corn- - ship ln Kentucky and will bo repre- gluttony as loathsome nnd inexThere are in, tho United States prised the States of Maine and New sented here by about fifty delegates cusable has a chance to overcome realizing that In a contest the Wat policy has always too many foul and licentious publl- - Hampshire, which had until then and many visitors. The Tyler Hotel other temptntions of tho flesh. Early like tho one In been under the Jurisdiction of the will be the headquarters and the discipline Is tho foundation of virtue, been to "let tho other fellow do it," cations which, sessions will be held ln the Italian and the best available field for disnever having even the semblance ofj Georgia, professing to exist for the Bishop of Boston. Though the room. Col. John J. Score Is tho cipline is the family board. Polite of narrow religious ends, tory had been blessed by the an organization or following, and derive a livelihood by prey- - lstratlons of such apostles of the faith Stato President and will preside over usage decrees that the choice viands have been honored nnd rewarded with political prestige and plo for Ing upon tho gullible and the ignor- - as Bishops de Cheverus and Fenwlck the convention, which Is expected to around which men lovo to congregate enact some Important legislation, should not be tho topic of conversayears on a mlstakon Idea of political ant. What influence they possess is and Fathers Clquard, Thury. afternoon tho delegates tion. The enforcement of this rulo by the publication of false ieaux, O'Donnell, strength. It Is safe to say that that, Ryan, French, Tuesdaygiven an automobile ride and In tho nursery would bo a powerful oamo combination could not com- and Inflammatory statements, to fanBapst, Demeller and other pioneers, will be mand enough following of ability to the flames of religious fronzy; to Maine remained one of the strong-ge- t a reception at tho Falls City Brew- deterrent to gluttony ln after life Passions may bo modified, If not neighbor against neighbor by holds of Puritan hostility to the ery, ,to be followed by a luncheon. man three precincts In time of elecbreeding distrust and suspicion, and church, and tho Bishop had to face a Tho Central Commltteo met last always held In check. They aro tion. night and hoard reports for the en- difficult to quell whoro tho chief featTho Stanley leaders, and they aro to Incite deeds of rapine and dead wall of prejudice and upon the part of innocent ance, and this notwithstanding tho tertainment of the State body. Tho ures of dally routine are the satiatalso the State campaign leaders must acknowledge their guilt In be- dupes whose credulity they abuse by fact that Malne waB one of tho few convention will probably be In ses- ing of hunger and the assuaging of thirst. But when cravings of an. .o iieruuuu aim reiierauon 01 sec- - stateg whosQ conBtitution, adoptod in sion until Wednesday evening. ing Instigators of this unnecessary Intellectual and charitable nature controversy, and they owe it to ilUJUll DJUUUOIS, WllIUIl UUVt? I1U I11UIC3 1819, never discriminated against are given scope tho instincts of tho Oltl'nAN SOCIETY. themselves and tho party to call i basis or truth than the nursery Catholics. Thanks to Edward brute tend to disappear. We know halt. When Haldeman was chosen version of the origin of the man in statesa Catholic The organization of anothor that repression of tho animal is the as National Committeeman, deposing the moon. man, the Maine constitution con- strong branch of the Catholic alpha and omega of Christian educaThe guilt of the Georgia news- tained tho clause: "Nor shall any reWoodson, the fat was In the fire, so to speak, and the fault lies with the paper In the lynching of Frank Is ligious test be required as a quali- Orphan Society was completed at a tion, but we should not expect it men who controlled and dominated so clearly demonstrated by an ex- fication for any office or trust under meeting held the past week, when from factors specifically set apart to the following officers were elected: foster animal appetites nnd develop utterthis convention. As stated before amination of Its this State." (President George W. iBerry. tholr growth. the controversy Is entirely negative ances that It should servo to call Some of this opposition and blg- -' Vice President John L. Sullivan. We women are too aptto rail at of Interest to the Democrats, and sharply (to the attention of the otry Bishop Bacon was forced to en-- I Secretary B. A. iLlnneman. ln Georgia the unbridled passions of men when and else- counter in his early days. He was outside of airing the personal griev-- i authorities Treasurer Edward Ratterman. we are often ourselves to blame. ances and aspirations, past and where tho necessity of drawing dis- inducted into his see in old St. DomTrustee B. J. Campbell, Jr. Any incitement to, or condemnation present, of Woodson, Watterson and tinctly the lino of decency In mock inic's church, Portland, one of the This branch has already a good of gastronomic indulgence is harmHaldeman, is of no concern to any- journalism. If existing laws are In- many built by Father Charles French, one except those managing the Re adequate to cope with tho activities the Dominican pioneer, nnd the In- membership, which will be rapidly ful to a growing boy. With the Only a few parishes emancipation of women Increased. press, and to publican campaign and who are of the from the delivered by seeking political capital. Mr. BtanA restrain the propaganda of religious stallation sermon wns Boston. Tho now remain to be organized, and It task of providing any but the simBishop Fitzpatrlck, of Is expected they will soon have their plest, plainest form of aliemonur-tloley has won a well earned victory in and raco hatred, then new laws mass was none other corporal wants will sink Into the primary along with his asso- should he framed to deal with the celebrant of tho same Jesuit, Father branches. very their proper, inferior place, and ciates on tho ticket, and the pros- subject. It Is high tlmie to scotch than that newspapers that John Bapst, who only the previous EUCHRE, LOTTO, SUPPER. pects of party victory In November the rattlesnake d health will go with profitable business of October 15 had been subjected to the virtue Every day, lot us hope, adshould not be spoiled by men whq make a most shameful treatment by the bigThe euchre, lotto and supper to be vances tho release of woman from still lay claim to being Interested in sprendlng poison through the com- ots of Ellsworth, was dragged from given next Thursday afternoon and thraldom of serving the flesh, and that success. Party success In No- munities that tolerate them. his house, tarred and feathered and evening for the benefit of St. brings man nearer to appreciation of vember means much next year- when carried through the streets of tho Augustine's QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. church, 1308 West tho feast of reason, and tho flow of tho national ticket is chosen, and thd town astride a rail. Broadway, promises to be one of the soul toward his Creator, that sHall attention of these same posslblo The Bishop began the difficult task most enjoyable events of the kind supersede tho carnal pleasures The first fall meeting of the party wreckers should be called that fact that If they aro Interested In Queon's Daughters was marked by of organizing his diocese with only held this season. Father Felten and drag him downwards to tho pit. six priests and eight churches his assistants have been busy for President Wilson and his polIcIes enthusiasm and the addition of throughout Malno and Now HampReports of three weeks making preparations as they have heretofore loudly pro many new members. MALONE O'BRIEN. claimed, the time Is at hand for: the work accomplished during tho shire and what progress he made was for this entertainment, and the prolawith gramme contains some very novel them to drop their factional fight, summer were very gratifying, the attended many tho most arduous Mr. and Mrs. John of the discouragements features. This congregation has a have Issued Invitations toT. Malone letting Woodson go back to ancient Sewing Commltteo having colleoted bor and the marquite a lot of clothing, Miss Penny and open insults which wero the lot reputation for its excellent suppers, riage of their daughter, Miss Mary history of the democratic party and Qaffrey was elected Chairman of of the missionaries who had preced- and for this occasion the most Malone, to Edwin J. O'iBrlen Jr., Watterson hack to his Tavlngs oven Committee In ed him. Only six months after his palatable viands have been secured. which will take place at 9 o'clock s. tho Entertainment tho Hapsburgs and tho arrival when, on Novembor 18, 1855, There should be a largo attendance. the morning of Soptember '22 at St. place of (Mrs. George Hoertz, 6r., on ho visited Bath to lay the cornerJames' church. This will he one of The 'Evening Post Intimates that who Teslgned. A AMONG "ALSO RANS." the season's most notable weddings, .followers will again music is to be headed by (Mrs. iFred stone of the Church of the Immacthe Haldeman attempt to seize the party committee" A, "Harlg, and another on refresh- ulate Conception, to replace the one and will bo attended by many next year, and It la rumored that It ments by Mrs. H. Schlmpeler. An burned by the Knownothlngs on July Among the list of "also rans" ln friends of tho bride and prlvon control the next year will see" entertainment will he given ln six G of the previous year, he was con- the recent primary is W, H. McDongroom, who are wjldely known. or two months, the plans and fronted by a mob which prevented ald, editor of the Mountain Advocate tho following as candidates of that weeks BACK FROSI Oino. faction: For (Mayor, Sam Greene? details of which will be submitted him from performing the ceremony. and the Republican Circuit Clerk of On April 27 of the following year St. Knox county, and who obtained a for Sherifflake fHaager; for County" at the next meeting. Joseph's church at Ellsworth was wide notoriety the past year or two (Mother (Mary iBernadlne, Herk, (Hunter Rom; for Judge Po Super also burned to the ground with every by his uncalled for attack on the loress of the Sisters of Mercy, 11; INDIANA WEDDING. Hce Court,NIel .Funk: for City Indication of Incendiarism. Trpasprer, John TJuechel; for City Catholic church, Imitating as much: East (Broadway, has returned, frj But the Bishop's good judgment as possible the vile and filthy Columbus, Ohio, where she ac The Rev. James J. IRyan. pastor of Auditor. George iB. Coder; foi Xavler's ' church at and unassuming courage, together Menace. In hts latest editorial wall panled several Sisters who "wljl Bailiff iPollce Court8am "Bttensona Bt. Francis Henryvllle, Ind., on Thursday offi- with his lucid explanation of Cath- he raves about his defeat, but does ln the Holy Family pairoctn- for County Assessor. "Lee Zweydoff for Jailer. John R. iPflanz; for City ciated at the marriage of (William olic teaching, gradually disarmed not seem to understand that maybe This k a large school, ur AttarDayJCarion iRIpy: for Btate Jj. "Davis, a youn farmer of Otlco, prejudice and before the close of his his setback from the Republican direction of Mother Marg long episcopate he had won golden party came "because of his lA, P. A. formerly Mother Superis Boaters. 'Laban Phelps and JLouid and Mlae Mtna tLantz, of opinions from all classes, had as- -' ravings.. Bummara, oraer nere. , CAMPAIGN WATSON BISHOP BACON GLUTTONY y y. rr -- y """ -i, mis-an- n, -- I.. Whm-Mn,n?uls,n- I 1 chiSolSMllia8SnS -- ,? ,...'" " """-""- 111 U. 111 -- rrTl."J.T"8. r 1' K 1 i -- endeav-oredto-'ha- ve m tuck-box- es i . - lp I - blood-guilt- self-restrai- nt - ! terson-Haldem- an terrl-promotlmln-vltal- ly Call-exert- ed . lntoler-vlolen- ce Kav-anag- h, 'far-seei- blood-lustf- ul I pseudo-rellglo- us n, hand-ln-han- tc-th- Hohen-eollern- out-of-to- iciSJNnFXTOKY xifcis;JB jkJsaa&xtxcABz KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGfUt. EVERY SATURDAY. Urvfed te the Social sad Moral iivMcesemeat el Irish AbwIcm aad Gtftotlc Officially Indorsed by Aactont Order ot Hibernians, Yeane Men's iBstltttte and CuthoHc Knight of Amerk. PUBLISHED Incorporated, OPENED 1003 COMPLETE EQUIPMENT SOCIETY. ks3mQ3s3C8SKesssafl Miss Louise Dant is in Bardstown, visiting Miss Mamie Wheeler. Miss Mary Brannlgan left Satur- day for New York and Baltimore. J COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the standard prodnctions, historic, dramatic and comic. HOLY NAME SCHOOL 2529 FOURTH AVENUE. Resumes September!?. g, Publish KENTUCKY 1HIBH AMEIUOAN PHINTINO CO., SINGLE COPY 5 PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR Full course in book-keepinMBSCRIPTI0N stenography, typewriting. Miss Clara Angemeier left Monday Swwud-ClfUtUi. Bntr4 t tklmyJIU PottiWc M to resume her studies at Nazareth. brother, Conductor Mike Hackett, of Wat (ktea St. iMreasaH CoibbmIhHom to tktf KIKTUCKpr IWSH AAKWCAN, THIRTEENTH ANNUAL Miss Mary Kelly, of Marydale, has the Monon railraod. a visit to Cleveland. returned from Olisa Dorothy Hackett, of Now Albany, spent a week visiting in Jt Mrs. Jack Laffan has been visiting jfot apes (pgy council ; beforo going to Ferdinand ,if$m&&?'G'&i!:, ftS&SSfc ihSt. Louis, the guest of Mrs. T. Evansvllle school at the Academy of to attend ar?SSK,fol. & wjJNrswaas Sweeney. Louisville, September 13-11915. fidfSSSrJK S rJrff xeSfc.'W? tho Immaculate Conception, l.tvatfe 11, 1915. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER LOUISVILLE, KY Miss Clara Harlow spent last week BIGGEST SADDLE HORSE SHOW IN THE WORLD of Miss Helen Wall, daughter as the guest of Mrs. Virginia Cole at Chief of Police Mike Wall, of Fine exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field remembered that no foreign nation Brandenburg. ARE 1'KOVIDED FOK. and Mrs. Wall returned Seed and Grain, Horticulture, Women's Handiwork, Students' could put men on our coasts faster Lhomo Saturday, after a two months' Judging Contest, Farmer Boys' Encampmenf and Baby Health Miss Minnie Blanford is home from visit to relatives in Cincinnati. Catholics of Louisville are amply tnan we coul(1 tran men for defence, Springfleldd, where she visited Miss Contest. Trotting and Pacing Races each day, Clean Midway and educational nenCQ tnQ necesslty of a hUB0 and with provided for Mary Gleason Misses Catherine Kelly, of St. Grand Fireworks Display. For catalogue address "Hero expensive military establishment is facilities for their children. Louis, and Nell Morrlssy and Mary J. L. DENT, Secretary, they nave one conege lor Doys, six not apparent. Better go slow In Miss Edith Callahan will go Tlmony, of Danville, were the guests 795 Paul Jones Building, Louisville, Ky. thirty-eigu!rrwsjwRWfrjj)h? academies for girls and of Miss Durrett Oglesby the first- of this matter, sinco it is one that New York this month to attend parochial schools. All are up to can not fail to affect the future of school of music. the week at her home at Prestonla. date in every department and be- the nation to an extraordinary Miss Rose Dolan, of Portland, has Sts. John Kj. Driscoll Teturns today to Fifth sides giving a 'Christian education extent. been the guest of Miss Grace Hanne-phi- n resume his studies at Washington are unsurpassed in the secular at Oakdale. and ILee University, after spending SINISTER, MOTIVE.- branches. tho'summer with his parents, Mr. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS' AT Miss Geneva Ford, of Portland, has and Mrs. J. D. Driscoll, in the Did the CourlernJournal manage- returned from a visit with relatives BRITAIN'S FAILURE. ment really think the Hesperian at Jeffersontown. Misses Elizabeth and Ella Kustes, Now that the (Federal Government catastrophe necessitated the issuing Miss Bertha Mahoney, of Oakdale, trip for has turned its attention to the of an extra on Sunday afternoon, or was in Waddy the past week for a of Highland Park, are on a and San As the schools have opened, you'll need new Shoes all San Francisco, Los Angeles dislocation of our foreign trading by was It done to embarrass the mem- visit with relatives. , Diego. They will also visit San Anaround. If ever the kiddies need good Shoes it is now the (British Order 'in Council It is bers of tho to tonio, Texas, before returning State winter coming on weather liable to change any moment. Mrs. Marie Snider had as her guest Kentucky. gratifying to find that Great Alliance who were in session here? the past week her niece, Miss Emily Bring them in at once. Here are two "specials" that mean Britain shows considerable alacrity Murphy, of Bloomfleld. Mrs. William T. Speak, formerly In trying to meet us half way. Of a distinct saving for you. nf this cltv. has returned to her course It would be Idle to protend Mrs. Nellie Neighbor had as her homo in iindlananolis. after a visit A writer to the iNew Yorf Times guest over Sunday Mrs. J. R. Neigh- - here as the guest of her daughter, that Great Britain Is moved by any bors, of Ellzabethtown. Iurs, q, Wayne Rankin, 4819 Grand All the late and new Styles and Shapei real Bense of Justice. iFar from it. sarcastically comments on the papers, spf the boulevard. can be found here ' reanonftblt- - orlcc. Her sole reason for conceding much (MEZZANINE FLOOR) Miss Mary Virginia Campbell has . of which there are a great many in that we 'have asked arises from her returned from a delightful visit to '"jCmrs. S. N. Gathof and son For boys and girls. Boys' in gun metal calf Lida LItsey at Bardstown. fears. British organs of public this country and none more bitter 8hall, of 514 West 'St. Catheme First Communion'Books street, after a very and girls' in vici kid with patent tip opinion and their echoes on this or prejudiced than the Courier- Peter (D. . side have exhausted every means Journal. The writer commented as sonvllle fire Madden, of the Jeffer- pleasant 'E. visit to at Mr. and Mrs. ROSARIES department, and Mrs. Charles Marshll their home en to force this follows: within their reach Madden are visiting in Indianapolis, the 'Kentucky Tlver. How many times were the Balkan SCAPULAR MEDALS country 'Into war with Germany. States reported to be on the brink Mrs. W. G. O'Rourke, Parkview, Miss Florlne Broderlck has reThe Lusltania and lArabic cases of war, ready to Join the Allies? A dandy lot of Boys' Box Calf Blucher Lace Shoes See onr new book, "Bow to Gel upon as furnishing How often was Austria reported to had for her guest last week Mrs. turned to Presentation Academy to were seized on sale. An unusually good buy at this price. McAulIffe, of Memphis, Tenn. continue her studies after spending Ma.ried." John sufficient cause 'for war. These have sued for separate peacej How Every Devotional Article here. the summer with relatives in ChiIt will pay you well to buy one or more often were the Turks reported to oases having been practically dis- try Kathryn Kearney cago, Rock Island, 111., Davenport Miss No trouble to show goods. pairs the same thing? And lately the TuesdayAlmaattend school at left and Iong Grove, Iowa. to St. posed of without a rupture of our news came ifrom "highly responsible friendly relations with Germany, quarters" that Germany had sound- Catherine's Academy at Springfield. Miss Marguerite Laffey entertained Rogers Church Goods Co. leaving us free to Insist that Ameri- ed Russia for separate peace. It was Misses Nellie Lacey, Lillian Nor- - last week for Misses Mary and given prominent space, commented Mercerized Lisle Hose: white,! Cn ' Pound Ticket," ouaranteed can commercial rights must be reand Mayme Joyce returned 129 S. FOURTH AVE. &vj j black and tan; all ilzcs J.U1 toe and heel; all sizes upon editorially, and a few days from a most enjoyable have to CIncIn- - rletta Thornton, of Kankakee, 111. trip spected by Great (Britain as well as later it turned out to have been a Those present Included Misses Agnes Skelly, Lorena Glanville, Catherine 01v your boy an education by Germany, Great (Britain has fake. Official Germany, (Russia and natl. that wlU Laffey and Reglna Skelly; Messrs. prepare them t,Alf2, backed down with as much grace Denmark denied the report. Miss May .Boyle, of Jeffersonville, John McManus, Cletus Laffey and You certainly know, sir, that as,, she could afford under the dis" returned Friday from Boston, where Maurice McManus. ST. agreeable circumstances, lit Is cer- every once in a while the Turks she spent the summer visiting against the German officers revolt 112 W. Broadway, XiOulBvllle, Ky. Judge Walter P. Lincoln and tain 'that Great Britain counted on and shoot them or get shot. You, Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother Mrsv Lincoln, who had heen visiting pur going to war with Germany, and most certainly, have not forgotten Scientific and Buslneu Edward F. Toorney, the contract Charles S. NIeld at Wilton, returned Classical, Preparatory Department, Lar Courses, s confidently expected that In that your reports that tho Bavarian and ing painter, is celebrating the Miss Mae Adams Lincoln, Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Oynua troops fought battles against 417-41- 9 FOURTH AVEN1 case we would be likely to overlook Saxon U1 tt "l" ' a visit to miss uiuaoew .brown lum. Terms Modemt. Bro Jmc. Pi' I """ b"' alter the Prussian troops In Belgium and (Paris, returned Sunday, accom- ,.-- ' at e. the Injury to our trade by her en- France, thus revolting against SSSffifiiMBa eaKasEEESSiaSSSSEHSESagiSga " J panled hy Miss Brown, who is her forcement of the Order in Council. cruel Prussian masters. Nor can Mrs. iU. Wayne 1i5.an.kin is home guest that the Ger-- 1 She now sees, however, that we have you have iforgotten mans ami Austrians whenever thev trom a Bhort stayvith her parents,not forgiven her for meddling with Speak, in IndianA pleasant social event of the past not jQlir.tfift.de. Uiat we are Ihe Russians', week was the informal danco ten- 'Inuulged 'lh free'i 'apolisj.,... ,r dered her young friends by Miss termined that "her meddlesomeness fights amongst themselves, losing Allle and Mamie McLaughher homo on must cease. She realizes that an many wounded and killed. One of lin,Missesthe Highlands, have been Mario Dougherty at Miss Dougherty of the most amusing reports was the spending two weeks at Dawson West Market street. opportunity of going to war with BROS. was assisted in receiving by Misses HERRMANN one that told of serious differences herself would be hailed with delight between- the Austrian and 'German Springs. Ella Keane, Stella Wallace and IMPORTERS Estella Dougherty. by the overwhelming majority of General Staffs last spring, at the Mr. and Mrs. James T. iLarkln are FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Americans, and hence her haste In time the Russians stood a few miles home from (Frankfort We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. and Alice, Elizabeth Misses after a pleasacknowledging that In the heat of from Crascow. The report said that ant visit to Mr. and (Mrs. W. J. Gladys Pope, who were guests of Distillers and Wholesale Dealthe Germans wanted to defend Kennedy. tho moment her Order In Council Cracow, while the Austrlans wanted ers in Finest Barnds of KenMr. and Mrs. Oliver P. .Hartman, in tucky Whiskies, especially. New Albany, have gone to Knox- went further than she Intended and to evacuate it, merely protecting Dr. John J. Crotty visit their that she was willing to mako tho roads to Vienna. This was less were among the and W. G. Owens vllle, Tenn., to President oruncle, uni tne Xioulsvllle buyers Brown Ayers, organs than five months before the fall of eagerly sought in New York the verslty of Tennessee. Later they amends. How our f. And only lately came BOTTLED IN BOND. regard this sudden change of front will resume their studies at Naz- Tilephons 1943.! the news about the crushing defeat past week. 234 S SIXTH STREET on the part of Great Brlttln may be of the German fleet in the Gulf of areth Academy, at Nazareth, Ky. Judge Thomas Gordon and family, learned from the opening sentence Riga, which the papers commented who have been spending summer Mrs. M. J. iReedy entertained the KNIGDTS DP CObWUS. of an editorial In the Times: "The upon editorially in such an able at Anchorage, returned tothe Sewing Circle with their home manner. One proves editorially, at Germans must move quickly or they least once o a card party at her home on a week, that von Hindon-bur- g here on Saturday. will find themselves outdone in avenue. Those present were and Mackensen are all wrong, BLANKETS; in Marguerite and Mesdames J. W. Sellman, J. Baldez, Late News That Will Interest COMFORTS; Misses Mary, covered with WOOL-NApoliteness toy the Britons." Very and that both of them had no busiBlanche the gray, white or plaid; large silkolinc in pretty floral de pretty, isn't It? Well, let it go at ness to fight against the Instructions guests Sheehan were amongRoyal L. J. Engler, Charles Esweln, IL. Members Hero and ifor tho week at the L. A. Blandford, Charles newsof the editor. An American $2.50 per signs; price, each, $2.50, pair, size; that. Breckel, Charles (R. Wood, Thomas paper declared on tho day cotton Inn at Lagrange. $2.29 and $2.25, $2.00, $1.50, $1.25 (Misses Emma Renfro, John Morltz; was declared contraband that EngWOMEN DEFEND TRUTH. regisAmong the (Louisvlllians $1.00 WOOL BLANKETS; in gray and Wood and Maggie Connelly. land made a mistake in not having done that at the beginning of the tered at West Baden this week were Louisville Council will install its with covered COMFORTS; or white plaids; sale price, Canon; McNabb, O. P., who feels war. Talking of editorials, please George J. Butler, Peter 51. O'Reilly HAPPY FATHER. officers at the first meeting in sateen and filled with good $3.98 per pair friendly toward woman suffrage, don't forget, sir, that the news- and W. E. Dannenhold. October. white cotton; price, each, John B. Nadorff has been recelv- (There is consideration of the insists that the history of work done papers of New York City are workBLANKETS; in Mrs. P. G. Harprlng and family, since Monday. Daughters of Isabella at fTerre $3.98, $3.50, $3.00 and. .$2.50 by women in the Catholic church ing hard to convince the public that who have been spending the summer ine- rnmrratulatlons a variety of different colored every German victory over the when the Stork visited his home, Haute, Ind. COMFORTS; HANDSOME would bo a history of tho Catholic Russians, every conquest of a n at their cottage at Bay View, Mich., plaids; prices $6.50, $5.98 G7C (Lincoln Court, and left there a fThe of . lovely top cover of beautiful figbaby girl. For the bers at big initlaton Ind., new memd church. During the last century $4.98 fortress, Is void of real and arrive dhome this week. and will take Broojville, , friends, and relatives there will bo ured satin, under cover of nothing hut the priesthood has strategic Importance. Whore is the place the latter part of October. Mrs. William J. .Barry and son, a big celebration when the chrlsten-Watt- 8 silk mull; make lovely wed- WHITE WOOL BLANKETS; surpassed womanhood in defending American to whose sense of humor Tho Knights of South Bend, Ind., Barry, of Kansas City, have jng takes place. the strategic ability of Grand Uuke silk binding; exwith ding presents; prices $7.98 bowling league, and spreading Catholic truth. He Nicholas does not appeal? Still the neen nere tnis past weeic on a visit have a tra large bed size ; price, per and in addition have a picked team $6.98 and especially when It was American public is fed with edi- to friends and relatives. felt this iVLTAIl BOYS' OUTING. $5.00 in tho City League. pair presented, to him on a gigantic scale torials about his wonderful ability. in COTTON BLANKETS; (Rapid progress is being made toHenry Frltsch, a well known and Show me the editorial, sir, which Preparatory to their Teturn to in the United States, dn this coungray, white or tan; single BEDSPREADS; hemmed or popular member of the printing ward the early completion of the Germany try, which does not give a penny of points out clearly that(Russia toand trades, now located in St. (Louis, was school Miss Rose Burgy and a num a now home of 'Archbishop Elder scalloped; large bed size; bed size; sale price, per a young ladles gave Austria are licking ber of other public money for denominational standstill, while they hold their lines a visitor hero this week. Council of Cincinnati. prices, $3.50, $3.00, $2.50, 75c pair most enjoyable picnic at Shawnee Denver Knights and their families education, the education of the with very much weaker forces than Park for tho altar boys of tho $2.00, $1.50, $1.25, $1.00 large COTTON BLANKETS; has Miss Alice iB. Hlckey f" Sacred Heart church, of whom there and friends spent Labor day at 89c elementary schools has been almost their enemies can boast of, against and bed size; in gray or white; turned .from San Diego, where she wer0 forty, There were numerous Maroney's ranch, where they entirely In the hands of rellglouB French, Belgian, English, Italian visited !Mrs. W. Harrison Frltts, and $1.50 BEDSPREADS; scalloped or all kinds of sports. price, per pair and Serbian troops. The Turks, spirited contests that eames women. Even now there is prac- under German leadership, hold tho Is staying at 934 South Sixth street whetted and youthful appetite for the The daughters of Isabella have tho fringed; large bed size.; sale BLANKETS; WOOL - NAP tically no career for a secular master Dardanelles, the (famous strait, grown in two years from 15,642 to luncheon that followed. prices, $3.98, $3.50, $3.00. UCjMrs. iRichard white or gray; with of Schuhimann, 22,120, and there has been an inor mistress in a Catholic ele- which was so often reported to have $2.50, $2.25, $2.00 and .$1.75 2 sixty-tw- o silk binding; per pair . .$2.98 fallen, while German submarines meaaowuruuK, uuu us vimiurts mo CONSECRATION ANNIVERSARY. courts 'In the crease of mentary with its purely voluntary scoro success after supcess against past week Misses Julia Mooney and same time. sources of income. Th8 slender English merchantmen. Marguerite Beuchart, of Bloomfleld, Father Wynne reports that In ten September 15, 1915, marks tho Ind. salaries that can be given could not fifth anniversary of the consecration months 9,600 out of 10,000 sets ot The New York constitutional conspeeclal ensure a livelihood except (or those Rudolph Harpring, of St. Louis, of the Right Rev. Joseph Chartrand, the Knights of Columbus who have handed themselves to- vention has shelved the proposed will arrive today to he the guest of D. D., who was consecrated Coad- edition of the Catholic Encyclo gether hy community Ufa and vows literary test for voters. The ability his parents, Mr. and iMrs. IF. G. jutor Bishop of the diocese of In- pedia were sold. has been Attorney dianapolis, the right of, poverty. Humanly speaking, If to Tead and write the vernacular is Harprlng, at their home on Douglass sion, by with Apostolic of succes- reappointed Thomas Walsh (Louisville Delegate, Lecturer of the nothing like a guarantee for the boulevard. the Catholic church lives and flourArchbishop DIomede Falconlo, now Council by Grand Knight IFrank ishes dn tho United States it Is due intelligent use of the ballot. Sojourning at West iBaden the Cardinal, assisted by Right Rev. Geher. A more popular selection of could not be made. Bishop first of all to the annolnted minispast week were (Rev. Father J, J. Dennis O'Donaghue, The most popular cooking device in If the nations in Europe will insist Conniff, of the Church of Our (Lady, Louisvlllei and R'ght Rov. Herman The Knights of Trinidad, Col., ters of God's sacraments, and secAlerding, Bishop of Ft. Wayne, Ind. will take up a new line of work on fighting, let them fight with their and the (Rov. Father G. A. the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, ondly to the unparalleled zeal of The peoplo of his diocese and the among the boys there, who will have bakes perfectly and consumes the least women. In view of this it has own resources. Wo can not afford State of Indiana pray that Divine the privilege of their club rooms to act as ally to either side. And spare him to them eveTy Friday afternoon. possible amount of gas. to him that the time has Providence will seemed Miss Corlnne Esterle, who come when women's work shall ho what but this are we doing? an operatiou at St. Joseph's In- for many years to come. It is made to last. GOOD 3MAN DEAD. firmary, has almost entirely a collective effort based on NOT KNOWN YET. A little more honesty and a little to the grea relief of her counsel. Michael Jenkins, and 'friends. less of the hysterical will operate as banker and philanthropist, died definitely Is Though nothing oil upon the troubled waters. on Tuesday MAKE JIASTE SLOW. iMrs. OPred Harlg and Miss Mary known as to tho selections for the at his home In Baltimore seventy-tw- o 215 WEST MARKET STREET. Theresa (Harlg and Master Anthony vncant Sees of Covington, Chicago, of pneumonia. He was was one of We hear a good deal nowadays of old, Mr. Jenkins It is a very easy matter to note the Harig, who spent a month at Fern Buffalo and others, there are persist- yearschief owners of tho Atlantic American unpreparedneea for war difference between a Jingo and a Creek, have returned to their home ent rumors that the Rev. Georgo W. tho Cumb. South OOO-Schuhraann, D. D pastor of St. Coast Lino Tailroad and was Chair- Horn, City 3101 on Second street. and the necessity of bestirring our- John's church, this city, may bo ole. man of the Board of Directors of tho Ives In the matter of a larger Mrs. George W. Kreraer and Miss vated to the Bishopric ot Covington, Merchants & Miners Transportation ay and nary. Now while we hold & TITE DATE SET. Elizabeth Kremer have returned While the Catholics of the Louisville Company. He was a Trustee and to part with Treasurer of the Catholic University Th,e date for the consecration of from Butte, Mont., where they spent diocese would regret .it is tbr duty of the nation to INCORPORATED. bpared for eventualities, we do the' Bight Rev, Anthony J. Schuler, the summer, the guests of Mr. and Father Schuhmann, there is no one of America at Washington and was but who would rejoice over this great knighted by Pope Plus X. for his of EI Paso, Texas, Mrs. W. M. Tuohy. e onr yea io the fact that a S. J., Bishop-eleCoal. honor and recognition coming to services to the Roman Oatbollo for a menace to peace. has been definitely set feast Tuesday, (Miss fannle Riley, of Indian- him. But not until the Holy Father church. Mr. Jenkins wife died sevli September 21, the of St. vs wrohject leaeon Matthew, The ceremony will take apolis, has been amending ihe week. makes the appolntmeate will they be eral years ago. They left no Office anil Yard FsftMRtk and MagMlift Avcau K muat 1m place In the Denver Cathedral. his. ONWdes i here visiting the family of her knowH. w Terms Two Dollars Per Month. JW-2- 1 GERMAN BANK . KENTUCKY STATE FAIR 8, rflREII silitiK ht - SSsSi S3z" and Market i I SCHOOL SHOES FOR CHILDREN. German-America- n n. , one-sidedn- es I pro-Engli- sh BUTTON BOOTS Boys' Bargain Basement. Mar-Mi- ss ( have-returne- $1.45 $1.45 CHILDREN'S SCHOOL HOSE On w xavIe6's collecu , ii.i-.uom- ""' v. 3Jr but-.rathe- r Jv. J ' I - bacon & SON1 BEDSPREADS P pro-IBrltls- h Pearl of Nelson, COMFORTS, BLANKETS At Brest-Litoes- Clifton-Cresce- nt Syca-mor- Prices to interest Homemakers Mc-Clo- y, , ALL-WOO- L Ru6-sla- nine-poun- four-tea- m . en-Joy- ed t$4t4frHH46tM;3hM4'44' QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE - col-,lecti- ve multi-mullion-ai- ro GEHER & SON Y DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO. ct Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico . f JECBGDOJECY RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS . Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. ACCESSORIES Coral CO. XRISH MERXO-AJ- N OPEN FOR INSPECTION. AUTOMOBILE Distributors Of FEDERAL TIKES FALLS VULCANIZING CITY VULCANIZING 1101-0- 3 East Broadway FREE SERVICE SHALE BRICK MADE BT Clay. Products are the BEST BRICK MADE IN Ridge CELEBRATED EXTRA BRAT WURST Incorporated OEIQER STREET Borne Phone 1802 and 377 Cumb. Phone Main ASK TOUR XXEAXEB POB XT ENGRAVERS 923 WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDATS I,. P. BOBZTWASSEB 00. 877 Send for our illustrated designs able housework, good home, reasonwages. Address 1100 Baxter Home Fhoue Shawnee 1721 and prices OPENING OF SCHOOLS. avenue or call City 9510-P. I. BURKS & COMPANY Large and new stock to select (INCORPORATED.) With religious services the from all high class work. NUNS' HEROISM. MANUFACTURERS OF thirty-eigparochial schools of PIANO PLAYERS Louisville were opened the first of New Muldoon Monument Co. A fire which destroyed the St. Modern Player Built In Your Own Piano, Francis Girls' Directory, a Catholic Pianos and Piano Players Repaired and Tuned the week, and at all there was an was very gratifying 652 South Third St. orphanage at San (Francisco, last 8 West AVnlnut, Louisville enrollment thatand to the pastors teachers. There Snturady, caused at least five deaths. was numIncrease h. Sales Office; 1010 JBFFERSON COUNTY Intcr-Sont- tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 5 'The Rev. Father, Thome, the pastor of St. Vincent de Paul's, has good reason to feel proud over this home for his parochial school Bldg. teachers. Co. o'clock. The new home for the Sisters teaching at St. Vincent de Paul school, Shelby and Oak, Is rapidly nearing its completion. The building will be ready for occupancy the last week, of this month and will shelter from twelve to fourteen Sisters. It is called St. Ursula Home. It will be open for public inspection MONUMENTS FORTY HOURS. Tho Forty Hours' Adoration in this city takes plage next at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, East Washington street, beginning with the high mass tomorrow morning and ending on Tuesday. The beautiful devotions will be directed by Father O'Sulllvan, tho pastor, who will be nsslsted by priests from other 'GRAN W. SMITH'S SON- AL. S. SMITH, PROP. 1 churches. Funeral Director and Embalmeri is HELP WANTED. BOTH PHONES 810. gen-oral Markers and Mausoleums. White woman to help with J. 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 11TTTTWT1TTWTWIT1ffTWTffTTTTTlMWirf f 1t99W99$9$94. ht 1000-100- PAINTS, OILS AND VARNlSHliS 8CHLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky 885 W. Main St., Homo Phono City 6674 PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS VERIBEST MIXED PAINT STRASSEL-GAX- S PAINT CO. a marked in the ber of pupils in those schools which departments, alhave commercial most etlrely duo to the success of those who have been graduated therefrom. VISIT THEIR HOMES. H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embaimers. TalavhBD- - 213 West Market Street "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddle In the Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (In corporated.) The Very .Rev. T. L. Crowley, O. SHOE REPAIRING P., iPrlor St. Louis Bertrand's AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING church, thisof city, and (Rev. Father COMPANY 114 West Market Street Home Phone, City 6S81 loniivllle, Ky. Old Shoea Mad New. Work Son While Ton Walt. C. F. Christmas, O. Ros,e Convent, near JOHN F. OERTEL CO. FRANK FEHR BREWING Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE, Cumb. Phone West 191 TOE TTX". to the natlon'R Wnifnm the Manley report of the InINCORPORATED dustrial Relations Commission charFoundry and Machine Shop. BARRET'S GOOD WORK. acterizes the $100,000,000 RockeDistillers Of NORTON BUILDING feller foundation and its entrance GRAINGER & CO., Hon. George B. 'Barrett, legisla OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH Incorporated into field of tive representative from the Forty- - N.W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson This tno the third Industrial elations. "HOLLENBACn" PURE RYE is and last section of Tenth Street, Louisville, Ky. fourth district, headed a delegation tho report. The lives of millions of Louisville, Ky. that waited on the (Board of Public 528 W. Main St. wago earners are subject to the Works this past week and acted as CASKETS AND dictation of a relatively small numJOS. F, BOEHLER spokesman for the project of having j ber of men, says the report, and this JEWELER UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. Payne street improved. Tho Board control is being extended largely REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY members promised to act favorably (Wholesale Only.) through the creation of enormous and the residents of that neighbor fS.fl South Slinlhv Ktrwt . privately managed funds for innanunuj uastuii vu.( appreciation definite purposes. eiwee, Icorporated J. byWTofthVwork of the Home Eleveath id Magazine Streets. statesman from .the First ward. DIRECTORY. NEW YORK CHURCHES. HOME KILLED MEATS CONORETfe CONSTRUCTION HAPPY PARTY. Plans for two new churches and y CONCRETE BLOCKS STATE FAIR MEAT MARKET a parish house to be erected in the A. o. H. iM1ii (Margaret McCarthy was COMNS, ART STONE Borough of tho Bronx at an aeere- A Full Lino of Fancy Groceries hostess at a delightful party given Bstlmateaf on All Classes of Work jgate cost of $160,000 were filed last . DIVISION 1. at her home on Friday evening. Both Phonos Both Phones Music and dancing was a feature. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder wic" in new lorK. ji'or the St. Call and Give Us An Order Rita7fi parish, the Rev. James P. Construction Co. Concrete A Those present were (Misses Mary kranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. WE SELL FOR CASH O'Brien'' pastor, an edifice to cost 961 Hamilton Avenue McCarthy, Virginia Kearns, Cecilia $70,000 wi.'kbe erected on a plot President Mark Ryan. MoNally, Nanine Rellly, Mary .BaldVico President William Cushlng. 100x151.3, attbe northeast corner CO. PLUMBING AND HEATING CON win, Clara Thome, Catherine Fllben, S Secretary Financial Edward of College avenuetnd 145th street. TRACTORS Celeste Duane, Lorelto Hagan, Anna Receivers and Shippers of Hay and For the Church of Our. Lady of H. W. NEWMAN May Garvey, Winifred iRellly, Evelyn Clancy. Grain. Manufacturers of Shur- Recording Secretary James P. Mount Carmel, the Rev.ND Burke Contracting Engineer, Steam and Rellly, Margaret Duffey, Catherine Ploez Poultry and Stock Feeds pastor, a church to cost $70,'C$Q is Hot Water Heating and McCarthy, Ruth Cullan, Mary E. Barry. Hay, Grain, Flour arid Mill Feed planned for the northeast corneKof Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sanitary Plumbing Toomey, Mary IR. Burns and MasSergeant-at-Arm- s Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Thomas Tarpy. Belmont avenue nnd 187th street,-anHome Office: 440 Second Street ters James Ross, John 'Rellly, James Incubators and Brooders a brick dwelling costing $20,000 LOUISVILLE. KY. McCarthy, Clarence Iteilly and Richhas been designed for a site on LOUISVILLE, KY. DIVISION 2. ard Cullan. A. L. GUNN Meets First Wednesday Liederkranz 139th street, near St. Ann's avenue, for the Rev. John J. Boyle, pastor MACKIN COUNCIL. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. of St. Luke's church. BAKER AND CONFECTIONER President Joseph Lynch. Monday night there was a good Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. ICE CREAM The Place Where Old Clothes Are OLDEST PARISH. attendance at the meeting of Mackln Recording Secretary John T. New." Made to Look Like Council, when a number of new ap- Keaney. SI Per Gallon, All Flavors This year plications were presented and re8PALDTNG DRY CLEANING CO Financial Secretary Edward J, niversary of marks tho 350th an1104 South Seventh Street th.o founding ferred. President John Lynn and Kelran. of the PHONES 1887. City 6674 Phono first 'Catholic church in Florida by the officers are making a splendid Treasurer Thomas Hannan. the Spaniards in what Is now the record, and are directing two teams Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. city of St. Augustine. The parish R. JEUNESSE ". that are waging an earnest member PRINTING ARTISTIC of St. Augustine, by far the oldest ship contest, to 1)0 closed with a big in the land, has had many viclssl-- i initiation and banquet in the fall. "FIRST CLASS WORK BUILDING CONTRACTOR DIVISION 3. tudes In consequence of frequent MeetB 1st and 3rd Monday at Hiberchanges of flag. The first colonists Give This Office Your Next Order PROF. ROONEY ILL. 810 YORK STREET 0 came from Spain in 15G5, more than nian Home, Portland. 317 W. GREEN ST. ' half a century before tho Pilgrims President John M. Malbney. Readers of the Kentucky Irish Telephone City 946 Ky. American will regret to learn of tho Phono South 1753 Louisville, Vico President Matt J. O'Brien. landed at Plymouth. The Church of Recording Secretary critical illness of iProf. James A. Thomas St. Augustine was fully organized at that early period, and it is its Rooney, whose contributions to the Kllleen. Financial Secretary John J. Hes- - unique privilege to have a full set IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Catholic press "have been a valuable of records of baptisms, marriages, feature. Prof. Rooney suffered a slon, Jr. etc., from the year 1594. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. stroke of paralysis, thus interrupt Sergeant-at-Arm- s ing his work on the "American Martin Kale- BISHOP RICHTER. Catholic Chronology." Tho prayers her. of all for his recovery are requested. Sentinel Thomas Noone. The venerable iBIshop iRichter, of Grand Rapids, who recently celeDOUGLAS PARK RACES. DIVISION 4. brated tho fiftieth anniversary of SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, his ordination, has been appointed Col. John iHachmeister, Manager Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. by Benedict XV. assistant at tho of Douglas Park Jockey 'Club, and President John H. Hennessy. Pontifical throne. Bishop Richter his assistant, Frank iBruen, havo Vice President Thomas Lynch. was consecrated in the Cathedral on returned from the East and are getFinancial Secretary Thomas J. April 22, 1883, by ting everything in readiness for the Archbishop INCORPORATED Elder, assisted by Bishops Borgess Douglas Park fall meeting, which Langan. Recording Secretary John J. and McCloskey. Of the nine Bishops PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY. opens Monday, September 20. Tho Barry. present on the occasion all are now meeting will last eight days, and Treasurer iPat Connelly. dead excepting-Bishowill attract ithe most noted horses IRichter. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far- on the American turf. Col. rell. OPENED NEW HOUSES. says that everything points Sentinel M. J. McDefmott. to a most successful fall season of Tho Domlncan racing at Douglas tPark ond that Sisters have Y. ILL opened two new houses of the order everything is in readiness for the KMSRPORaTED this summer at Ossining, N. Y., start. The list of entries is the best and iBraddock, Pa. Ten Sisters have MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. lever recorded and every race will furnish a spirited contest. Besides Meets Monday Evenings at Club gone to tho fonmer place, where they will conduct nn academy, and the Inaugural Handicap the Beech-moHouse, 344 North Twenty-sixtseventeen to tho latter city, where Stakes and the lioulsvllle Cup Lynn. President John J. they will school. will be attractive features. First 'Vico President John W. This is theteach a parochial Dominifirst convent of Murphy. to locate In PennFAREWEIi RECEPTION. Second Vice President Martin, can iSIsters sylvania. P. Schadd. Tuesday evening the Right Rev, Treasurer George Thornton. Bishop Thomas F. Cusack, D. D., the , Financial Secretary J. A. C. 'Link. KEPT BISnOP BUSY. Bishop of Albany, was tenincoming Recording Secretary William G. Blshop iLenlhan, of Great Falls, dered a farewell reception by the Buckel. Mont., has dedicated in the last parishioners of St. Stephen's church, Harry Alberto. Marshal Now York City, where tho Bishop Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. few months eleven churches in the has served as pastor for the past Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfelf- - southern part of his diocese. twelve years. Wednesday afternoon fer. JAPANESE TO BE ORDAINED. the priests of tho Now York archdioExecutive Committee Frank G. cese assembled at St Stephen's to Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank Thirty-on- e native Japanese will tender a farewell to the Bishop, who Geller, A. W. Andrlot, John R, soon no ready for ordination to the left Thursday morning for Albany on Barry. Catholic priesthood. the Empire State express. STRUCTURAL IRON WORKS. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH P., Prior of St. Springfield, left this week for the East, where they will enjoy needed rest and a visit to their homes. Father Crowley goes to 'Boston and iFather Christmas to CO. Providence, R. I. lOli. AVENUE FRED ERHART ARCHITECT search of the ruins disclosed the body of Elizabeth O'tBrien, four years old; her sister Katherine and three others. When tho fire was discovered the children were marshalled by Sister Mary Agnes and Mother Superior Margaret and inarched out of tho building. They were quartered In near-b- y homes. Fifty-tw- o children and several blind aged women were housed in the and y frame building. Only the heroism of the rfuns prevented greater casuallties. A four-stor- D0UGHER1Y & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors BOTH X and Embaimers! Homo City 2908 ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION. A menace Is how k $WV, Climb. Main 2008.it rnori3;s. . nnimnYTntnn uuiitujinuMlliOa UUAIUJWLAND MAIN . 3971-- y - . J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 3BaLSt J J -- HUtmMHMWUMMMUUMUMHHVtMHUMtlWMUUHIM 82S Alalia JSareet. Tfzt -- silver-tongu- ed mm RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Home Phone City 5813 ARTHUR A. WILL jf RITTER-ID3NNING- d i 220 BUILDER MM x. 2431 Home Montgomery Street Phone Shawnee 1010 FUNERAL DIRECTORS RATTERMAN BROS. Ed H. Ratterman, Manager Funeral Directors and Embalmert South Eighth St. Home Phone Shawnee 484 2014 Greenwood Avenue THEOY WOLF BAKERY AND cWfECTIONERY SOMETHING NEW Hel-lo- n. Picnics. (Fuel Saving Device) Vnpor Heating ICE CREbUI J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. Homo Phone Shawftfle 1914 Steam and not Water Heating Special Prices to LawflvFetes and 111 IT. Tncnty.sixth nnd Portland Avcnuo Home' Phone 7846 THOS. THIRD STREET Cv JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN J. BRODERICK 4392-- J 1818-182- PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGK 2325 West AVnlnut Street Home Phone City PIONIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home Phone Shawnee 1986 HENRY SCIIUII 1403 South Seventh Street Homo Telephone 2147 Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries Meat and Vegetable Market Fine Teas and Coffee 1000 Zane Street Home Phone 1191 OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER Hollenbach's Wine Home KARL A. HOLLENBAOH, Proprietor Importer and Dealer In WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street Butter a Specialty GEM LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY CURTAINS CAREFULLY LAUNDERED BY HAND CHARLES WILLMAN PLUMBER Home Phone City 1396 1204 AA'cst Both Phones 508 AATO. Market Street Hach-melst- er Ca ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR 1383-- L. SHEET METAL 4105 Henry Street Homo Phone, Shawnee Home Phones Shawnee 592 and 593 Special Rates on Large Orders TnE VELVET TIP ICE CREAM CO. Incorporated. ICE CREAM and SHERBETS $1.00 Per Gallon S. E. Cor. Twcnty.fourth nnd RottaK B. H. nt h. HODAPP & MILLER Wholesale Manufacturers of BUETER AVORK HARNESS AND STRAP 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET Cumb. Phone M. 1004-- A 110 South Seventh Street, Loulsvlllo Home Phono, City 2365 Cumb. S. 981 Home, City 981 M. J. AVALLSniELD VETERINARY SURGEON HORSE SHOEING CLEANER AND DYER OF LADIES' AND GENTS' WEARING MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET APPAREL CONFECTIONER AND OATEREBI Home Phone 3117 Weddings and Parties Gives . Cumb. Phone S. 1640 Special Attention Charles Wolf, Manager Seventh and Oak Streets SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AN DEPOSIT BANK INCREASE IN STUDENTS. WIEDEMANN tltCORrOJUTED BREWING COMPANY'S SsW ' Holy Cross Hall, the ecclesiastical seminary at tho University of Notre to acbe Home Phone ISflS Dame, will the taxed this fall of stularge number commodate dents expected. The increase over last year so far as already known will bo about twenty-fivThese young men all hope to Join the Congregation of tho Holy Cross who conduct Notre Dame University. Father Thomas Irving is rector of the seminary. e. A mission was at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity'strength, excellent ftww held most successful at St. Ambrose last week church at Cecilian, conducted by GRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. , the eloquent Paullst missionary, Rev. Father Allard. (Right (Rev. Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. CECILTAN. JOHN B. FRANK WALTERS' Bishop O'JJonaghue also made the church a visitation, during which a class of fifty received their first holy communion. JAMBS WmTCOMB RILEY. Indianapolis is planning to honor James Whltcorab Riley on October 7, the anniversary of the Hoosier poet's birth. Many of the foremost litmen and women in Amerloan erary and public life will be invited to the celebration. Clay Street Brewery 608, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. 2121 Osago Avenue IITNTS ON STYLE. Fourth and Central Avcbu GUARANTEED Funeral services over tho remains 'Chinese silks and are 2.00 PIANO TUNING 2.00 of Mrs. Catherine Feeney, who died recevlng .great favor. brocades Interest Paid On TJmo Deposit REPAIRING Tuesday, wore held at St. Patrick's for, We Solicit Your Business church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. estTho fad rightsashes is at its highPhone Shawneo 1253 vogue now. Feenoy was thirty-qin- e years of ago O. F. BENDER The full skirt is evidently with us and resided at 1628 Columbia street. 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS JERSEY DAIRY Sho had many friends who were for a cosiderablo stay. MANUFACTURERS Beads aro to play an important deeply grioved over her death. Ice Cream Manufacturer part in the season's trimming Special Prices to Churches anf Louisville Made Furnaces schemes. Patrick Connelly, for mnny years a Picnics S. Ninth St. Fur1 trimmings havo grown so respected and industrious Resident of Both Phones of the West End, succumbed to pneu- popular that they are used all tho Home Phone City 2542 First and College Streeto monia Sunday morning at his home, year round, 2029 High street. His funeral took The long waist lino Is plainly place Wednesday morning from St. both in front and hack in THE $1.00 BOX DELUXE Cecilia's church, attended by many autumn wear. mourning friends and neighbors. Handkerchiefs of crepo de chine (our Saturday Special) DRINK and china silk are still enjoying Wednesday morning the funeral of great popularity. the most remarkable Flower Mrs, May Meyer, an aged and reThe skirt length is to be pervalue obtainable. spected resident of South Lousvllle, ceptibly longer, though not too long was held from Holy Name church, for comfort and grace. Other BOXES DE LDXK While crowns aro higher, brims Rev. Father O'Connor officiating. at $2.00. and SauMu Moyer was the widow of Philip may foe narrow or flaring, but the Mrs. Coupons with every Meyer, who died two years ago. hat ntfust fit comfortably on the Three sons, throe daughters, thlrty-flv-o head. Place "Your OrdarS Fr3 Pockets persist In fashion. They grandchildren and six greatDelivery Saturday. are employed on many frocks, even grandchildren survive her. on those of Jthe thinnest and sheerest material. TRBLAND'S INCRBASH. Good! Gee pussy For separate The population of Ireland in- willow taffetas blouses the favored, mCORPORATJ are raueh creased last year by 5,000, the first both the plain, the plaid and the THE FLOWKRS many years. annual gain la figured finishes. AT FQJJNTAINS AND CAFES . 210-22- 2 RECENT DEATHS. HORKUKGc 5c 5c i Citra-Gol- a pmr-chas- e. But Its JAC0BSCHU1 "m r"""i XtETPXJOICY IRISH AME)RIGAK. ... i I ,l.M.l.l.(,.i.MMM,,i,....tt.'M:"'H BE KNOWN AS A WELL;; DRESSED YOUNG MAN THERE'S A DISTINCTIVENESS AN INDIVIDUALITY PECULIAR TO A ............................................ ............ .0. i DOUGLAS PARK JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN MEETING OF EIGHT DAYS Beginnine Monday, September 20 Ending Tuesday, September 28 Inaugural Handicap, mile and a sixteenth, $2,000 added, Monday, September 20. furlongs, Saturday, Beechmont Stakes (Selling), $1,500 added, five and one-haSeptember 25. . o UUU1BVI11C "... S") 500 added, two miles, Tuesday, September 28. Ufj l 11C i .:..:ii Admission $1.50 and $1.00 Reduced Railroad Rates 'FiratRaceat2;15P. M. lf I HERMAN STRAUS fOUBTH AVENUE. SONS HARKCT STREET tvcavPOHAreO (J : ' STKE DATES. Colored Wash Fabrics THAT APPEAL ESPECIALLY TO X II KIRSCHBAUM ! $15 teed pure woolens up-to-da- te .00 tl. Mothers With School Girls!; 19c Fancy Scotch Plaids 12 l-2- HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. The Ancient members In ilreland. In four years the membership In Ireland has Increased over 29,000. The three divisions of Taunton, Mass., are considering the movement for their consolidation. Out of a population of 4,000 about 3C5 are members of the Ladles' Aux iliary at Lawrence, Mass. Increase In mem A substantial bershlo In the Ancient Order Is reported from South Africa. The Hibernians are preparing for the conferring of the three degrees on a large class next month. Ten thousand people packed West End Park when the Baltimore Hiber nians held their annual celebration. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Duluth conducted a most successful booth at the bazar for St. James church. Portland Hibernian's went to Lakovlew, Ore., on Labor day and conducted the initiation of a largo Order has 234,500 I Suit Which It Is Impossible to Find In Other Makes. The care exercised to select only the finest grade of guaran- has gone to Minnesota, where he will have a pastorate under Bishop Trobec, of St. Cloud. COMING Father Berreshelm at Moly Trinity church, East Kentucky street, to Manchester Percales 12 1.2c. Manchester Percales are tho very best to bo had; the colors are strictly fast. Wo have a largo line of now shirt and dress styles; both dark and light colorings; all first quality; sale price, per yard IRELAND. Xecord of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled c. EVKNTS. Fancy Scotch Plaid Suiting in a good wool finish; quality sult- for making pretty school dresses. Tho regular prico ot this suiting is 19c; special, per yard 12&c September 14 ity apparent in every design the scrupulous attention paid to d every detail in each model immediately declare you an exceedhand-tailore- the original- ingly ii well-dresse- d young man. Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge j N. W. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON. Mea'a and Young Men's Specialist Clothes Shop. ! X il t4W&Hf1M1rtWWfryW'll4 Northeaat Corner Fourth and Breckinridge Streets. class. One of the features of the Hiber nian celebration at Daltlmoro was, A Day School conducted by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Kentuoky. tho reception given Mayor Prsaton The aim of the Institution is to give an education at once religious, solid In the evening. and refined. There Is a renewed activity among Classical Literary and Special Courses. the Hibornlans of JeSersonvillo that Latest methods in Voice Culture, Piano, Harp,. Violin, Cornet, Harmony, Is expected to a marked China Painting, Painting In Oil, Watsr Clors, Emoroldery, Plain Sewing, etc. In th'member8hlp. School reopen Tuesday, September 7. Ther-'wa- s an Immense attend-ancjxi- ft PRESENTATION ACADEMY j" tjio so &$&$4&$&&G&&&&&$ ''V ftr; u'ir.i .. Ijl. 4 t iz .inn. now uiouu uuucu wiiu bjici;. win Sir good for lOointrnde Uljflj lal rebate ticket .. . a. 1 ff E"i ? ?. Roasted Fresh Every Day an$5old UllCUl. IL OUU3UIUC, Ol'KN SATURDAY UK'tlL 9 P. M. The Mnlloy mnii in in Tftur neighborhood every week Phone ut, nnd hove him call. BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 W. MARKET ST. .e4K$KSxs4$$3KSSHS CITY 1700.7 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 ail 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. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savines 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 eiven the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old BUTTON BROS. hfifd Saturday at Sulzer's Harlem 'Uiver Park, New York City. When Division 4 of Medford, Mass., had Its annual outing at Pine-hur- st the guests were Mayor Haines and members of the city government. Right Rev. John S. Foley, Bishop of Detroit, attended tho biennial meeting of the Michigan Hibernians at Grand Rapids. Ho Is tho State Chaplain. Division 10 of Lynn, Mass., kept open house last Sunday, when members and friends were royally entertained after addresses by visiting State nd county officers. On the platform when Division 4 of West Chester, Pa., celebrated 'its twenty-firanniversary wero a golden harp on a background of green, one Irish flag and nineteen American flags. Jeffersonvlllo Hibernians will be represented by John Kinney when st the 'Hibernian celebration dianapolis. Though not a candidate for any ofllce, ho would add strength to the State Board. Rev. J. iMcCafferty, of Lctter-Icenn- y, and Justice J. J. Scannel, of Dublin, have been elected Na the State convention meets at In- tsl JH Second and Market iS3JMw Under the Bid Clock Smto Government Supervision. German Insurance BanK 1 i&&S$4Q&S4&$S&$&M '! t HW!"W'iKHHHTHTl DR. J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. 713-71- urer. They point with pride record when he held that which surpassed that of any predecessors, and they wero than a few. cers. Division 1 leads in the membership contest at Bro'ckton, Mass. Seventy-five now membeis, every one years, have been under twenty-thre- e rated in since the campaign started. Brockton, The Hibernians of Mass., will have a ladles' night early next month. The Hibernians of Jeffersonvlllo, who know his real worth, are solid for Barney Coll for County Treas- tional Trustees for Ireland, succeeding Father J. C. Cannon and Alder man O'Donnell, both deceased. Division 1 of Brockton, Mass., or ganized fifteen years ago, has still eight charter, members on tho roll. Its anniversary celebration Monday night was a notable affair, and was attended by State and county offi- to his ofllce, moro of his Deep regret Is felt in Tlpperary at the death of John Cranley. He took a prominent local part in the and winter wear; sells regularly '67 rising. at 40c; special, per yard.... 25c Edenderry At a (meeting of tho Board of Guardians the Dublin 2 2,000 Yards of Gingham yard was resolution Kiddie Cloth 15c. Remnants 8c unanimously passed. ovenlng. This Is one of the strongest and Now Fall Dress Ginghams, In 'County Council elected Leltrlrn short mill lengths from 2 to 8 most durable wash materials for Cornelius Keaveney and John Rellly AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. yards, and large variety of plaids making school dresses and waists. rate; collectors for the Balllnamore to select from; values .up to Comes in a large variety of stripes and 'Manorhamilton districts. 12 '6c; sale price, per yard. . . .8c and plain colorings; sale price, lAt a meeting of tho Callan Board per yard 15c Timely Record of Some Memor of Guardians the resolution passed Linon Cheviots Danish Poplar Cloth 25c X against conscription at a public X 12 able Events in the Catholic meeting in .Dublin was passed. 10c. History of America. Danish Poplar Cloth is a half The 'Interment took place at Shirting Cheviots; extra strong wool material and 36 inches wide; Olenamaddy of the Rev. iP. Keaveny, quality; suitable for making boys' makes warm and comfortable whose sudden death occurred while By James A. Rooney, LL. D. waists and shirts; all fast colored dresses for the children. Wo have friends. stripe patterns; sale price, per a full range ot shades for your Soptember 12, 1855 Convent of St spending .a holiday with his ' i: 1QS Jrtlin J. -. Francis of Assist, first convent of TTno yard. 25c liaan imnntmnitflltf JinnnltltP.dT the Sisters ot Mercy In Brooklyn! Dress SuitNew Amoskea County Na10c Shepherd Check N. Y., and first offshqo-ifrothe Clerk to the Queen's mother notice fn New York, tional Health Insurance Committee. Ginghams Wc. ing 15c. foundejWtf small brick house at Another election for the Foynes Just received our new fall lines Bookfold Shepherd Check SuitJayfthd Chapel streets, by the Pnttv Sessions Clerkship was held ing; in black and white; also of Amoskeag Dress Glnbams, In of J. Tlev. Mother Mary Vincent Halre, rnppntiv. whoti P.elected Ryan, five fancy combination colored checks, a beautiful assortment of new by Mary Bernard Foynes, was again with Sisters h quality plaids, checks and stripe?, In 'an in a splendid Clarke, Mary Joseph Shine, Mary votes to two. that sells regularly at 19c; sale endless range of pretty colorings; ' Zlta Mulled, Mary de Sales Walsh P. J. O'Loughlln, Borough Sur15c sale price, per yard price, per yard and Mary Francis McKenna; veyor, Athlone, was unanimously Mary Agnes elected engineer to the Athlone Hrst novice Sister Rooney, received January 23, Rural Council. There were two We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates 1861. other candidates. t A special court at jCastlebar sent September 13, 1803 Death In Philadelphia of Commodore John Bar- Driver P. Conroy, whd was wounded ry, "Father of the American In France, for trial, on a charge ot EDW. A. AXMAN HOME PHONE CITY 3238 Navy;" born at Tacumshano, attempting suicide by cutting his DAN J HENNESSY County Wexford, Ireland, In throat with a knife. 1745; first naval officer of the The Traleo Guardians have passed MIDSUMMER WEAR A SPECIALTY. Continental Congress and com- a resolution demanding that homoJ captain of the "Lex- rule be put in operation, and promissioned as ington," December 7, 1775. testing against the partition of September 11, 1833 The Rov. John Ireland in any form. church, Cork, IColly ordained by Bishop Dubois; lAt St. Finbarr's offered the first mass In Saratoga Most iRov. Dr. Cohalan, Assistant In the house of John Costlgan In Bishop of Cork, conferred the order 1834; sailed from Baltimore as of priesthood on Ttev. Patrick 'Murmissionary to Liberia, Africa, phy, Togher Castle, Dunmanway. UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Slreet with Fnther Edward Barron, A detachment, of tho Inniskilllngs December 211841; pastor of St. arrived recently in Ennlsklllen, and Peter's church, Jersey City, from In spite of strenuous efforts to get WMMUWWWMMtMWWVVVMWMWWVWW November 12, 1844, until his recruits to fill tho gaps In their death, April 28, 1866. ranks, recruiting has proved a failSeptemher 16, 1906 The Right Rev. ure. At Granard Board of Guardians' Andrew Segura consecrated Bishop Of Tepic, State of Jalisco, in meeting a vote of sympathy was the Mexican mountains, 3,146 tendered to the Chairman, Peter feet above sea level, once the Kiernan, on the death of his mother, stronghold of fierce Indian tribes and the board adjourned as a mark who were Christianized by Father of respect to her memory. Tomas do Solchaga, S. J., In 1716 The death has taken place at September 17, 1696 Unlco Wil- Moygara of l.Mrs. Mary McKeon, who Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of liams, convert, daughter of the had attained tha remarkable age of was a fluent Irish trading stamps, r many other useful articles carried $ Rev. John Williams, boin at 103 years. She her Deerfleld, Mass.; captured in tho speaker, and up to the time ofday's in our premium rooms. on tho town by tho French last llless had never suffered a attack UtWMMWWWWMWWVVMVVWWWiVWWWWWVWWVWW dlclcncss and Indians under Hertel do Stephen Mulvey, Little Bray, February 29, 1704, and Bray carried to Canada; became the saved a child from drowning in WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS girl wife of the Indian Amhroiso, was harbor. The child, awater, named when baptized a Catholic and lived to Naylor, fell into tho Mulvey Jumped off tho bridge at 99 46 a great age. the harbor, a height of thirty feet, September 18, 1862 Death of the Rev. Joseph M. Schneller while and rescued her. announced of tho The pastor of St. Paul's church, Very death is Murphy, Macroom. Rov. Canon Brooklyn; born In Austria; or Tho Fermoy Guardians adjourned by Bishop Dubois, Decem dained their meeting as a mark of respect ber 24, 1827; labored in Now to 'tho onemory of P. Lombard, $1 .00 Lnclies'ISuits Cleaned and Pressed Brunswick, N. J., Albany and Killathy, who was killed by a pass1.00 Gentlemen's Suits Gleaned and Pressed Brooklyn; with the ReV. Thomas ing train near iBallyhooly. Gentlemen's Palm Jieach Suits Cleaned and Pressed. .50c C. Levins edited the Weekly Reg out'Richard Power was drowned 25c Gentlemen's Suits Sponged mid Pressed ister and Catholic Diary, October side iDungarvan. While bathing he 5, 1833. got Into difficulties and called for help. A boat put out 'to his assistTWIX CITY STAR. ance, but arrived too late, for he had disappeared from the surface y 426 South Fifth St. Both Phones 2635. of the water. Me was a Maynooth Btudent and was home on holidays. He was a son of John Power, trCTfli'3tfr7rftsiftJHl M .all Leckdoran, and a brother of the rGSW3g33WtMMC36S iWi t JWWW U L U L , reRev. Thomas Power, who was cently ordained for the Brooklyn Septemher 14 Fall festival and supper on St. Aloyslus chicken church grounds, Pewee Valley. September 16 Euchre and lotto at St. Augustine's Hall, 1308 West Broadway, afternoon and evening, September 24 Euchre and lotto at Bertrand Hall, afternoon and of St. Michael's and evening. Euchre church, and lotto afternoon From Exchanges. I 40c Waffle 36-in- ch Cloth Suiting 25c Fancy Suiting 12 25c. 12c l-2c Waffle Suiting in a beautiful line of fancy check designs. Splendid weight for fall Your choice or one lot of Fancy Suiting, In fancy Scotch plaids and stripes; also some plain colors. Splendid weight and quality for making school dresses; values up to 25c; sale price, per J 12c l-- 2c ) ) ! ! 'Hfgginsr-ybOlSlk- r- eJoctJoft;-e&tepplce.- er m wool-finis- I Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Tip Top Bread Pure. Guaranteed 100 j Rou-vill- e, - THE MASTER CLEANER AND DYER .. Puis Cleaning and Dyeing' Co. . KANSAS CITY TOMORROW. mission. STATE FAIR. tetvb Dollar The Last n'rfv-wg- .j J, ' sK f&Nil.Hi - 5 SODTHSEVENTH STREET Ta!iplM$ Comb., S. 299a. X ; Horn, City 2399. ' t 4 l - M. J. BANHON, il - tii - lM 4'H - - X Fr. &zr. P. BANNON, JR., Vict Frit. & Treat. 4l'l'I' LAWRENCE KXK"e-- - J. YEENEMAH, Secntirv. - IP. N BANNON PIPE CO. 3. T Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Maaaea's Pateat Lidded Pipe fer Steaat Coadaits, Wall Coping Praia Tile, YitriSe BricK, Fire Freeing, Flae Lining, Fire SricK Grate and Seller Tile, Groan Fire Clay, Chimney eps. OFFICE 628 WEST JEFFERSON T at X wpjJKS t num 44 11'Hl H H-H"- wuivib. MAin au i IStkMdBreck. attd Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9tk and lOtb. H1U1I H lllii'tiH HH I 1 1 H-t- i H t'l I A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef IX CITY BEER ixtra Pale Lager ao the great demand we PeerlessfCommon are sow BOTTLING CQMMON, .have tried the rest set the BEST. .wnee 58 and 59. Cumberland Wt 69. ' With favorable weather conditions It Is exnected that Monday, the open ing day, will set an attendance record for the Kentucky State Fair. The rate to the gate, Hinnodromo entertainment and horse show In the pavilion and the rate to all Midway attractions maic-ln- g the day of especial Interest to both city and State patrons. But It is on Louisville and Eastern Ken tucky Day that tho full efforts of the fair management are centered, and It is to tho civic prldo of each and nvorv citizen that the management makes urgent appeal for toward making this tho banner day in State Fair history. Tho unprecedented entry lists and the general in terest in the coming event argue a splendid celebration. The fair will be distinguished by many Individual features, with Ruth Law, the girl avlatrix, as tho star attraction. It Is MERLIN HOGAN, the intention of the State Fair manWho Led the League In Stealing of agement to make the special days Bases. and nights of fair week as Individual as possible this year, and appoal Is OPENS DAY SOnOOL. made to every individual, class or organization honored by these dates Yielding to urgent solicitations to make every effort to encompass and requests, the Ursulihe Sisters their success. have opened & day school at Sacred boarding RECOVEItlNG. Heart Academy, their school at 3451 Cherokee drive. The same high standard that has characWord has been received at Bhelby-vlll- e terized the boarding school will be that the Rev. Father John maintained In the day school, the Riley, who is ill at Fa)l River, primary, grammar and academic Mass., te recovering only slowly. courses being taught, as well ae Father jRUey has not been Well for wbst. muele and the language. Any" In- some time and We parishioners and i,. hmwuv! Wiwmrlner. for formation detftrefl' may be had by friends in Kentucky feel quite anx-loaddressing the DtreetreM. over his condition. tome time paet the popular aealetuwt three-gamten-cent The Louisville ball club will close Its series with Joe Cantlllon's fight ing Millers this afternoon, their last meeting of the season, and will be followed by tho Kansas City club, e who begin a series hero tomorrow. The Minneapolis team showed the fans here in the closing Beries why they are in front and pretty certain pennant winners, aggressiveness being their chief asset and being more striking in comparison with the taono policy of the Colonels, who have not been inspired to fight for every point under Mldklff's timid management. It is a known fact that strenuous kicking against a close decision of tho umplro always merits and receives the benefit of the next one, this being worked to a fino point by tho Cantlllon crew In tho games here, while tho protests of the Louisville team against especially outrageous decisions of Owens were of kind possible, Mldklff leaving it to the fans to furnish the protests. Although the season of 1&15 has not been the hest Imaginable in the eyes of the local patrons, yet It has not been the fault of the management, Owner Wathen making every move and sacrifice to give tLoulsvllle a pennant contender, contending with the worst array of had luck and accidents that could befall a team, it 1b the duty of every fan and the puhlto to show appreciation by giving liberal support the balance ef . the Mhedule. the-tame- $ ten-ce- nt That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COME a time whea your "LAST DOLLAR" must be spent for somethiag you DO NEED. Tho SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. J M five-ce- nt Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. BE SURE TO CALL FOH McRENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. iaar for H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield. 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