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KKNTUOK jfilJSII AMERICAN.
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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN.
ti4 to the Social Mi Msrel Mvsitceaiemee' Irlik America's and Cathodes
Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian, Young Men't
Institute end CathoMc Knights of America.
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LOUISVILLE, KY ....SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1912
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
FOR PRESIDENT,
WOODKOW WILSOV,
OP NEW JERSEY.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
THOMAS H, MARSHALL,
OF INDIANA.
VIXCEXTIAXS.
cost of living, and widen the door
of opportunity If you want true,
safe progress without undermining
your venerable and splendid const!
tution and without degrading your
courts you must vote for Wilson
and Marshall. We stand for real
progress, for greater industrial
liberty, for liberty regulated by law,
for equal Justice to rich and poor
alflte. We mean to remove the arti
ficial nourishment which our'Govern-
mnntal bounties have hitherto given
tol the trusts. We shall not create
great monopolies by law, and then
puzzle our brains to find a proper
and efficient curb for such monsters.
(n other words, we want to restore
the principles of our forefathers
A ii rdoi1 Wllann anil faraho11 TTnfottAr
tk .!. ii nlenmira to Say a worui -
in behalf of the St. Vincent de Paul our limbs and let ua live and work
Society, which for many rears has
PLAYS SAFE.
The following little fairy atory is
taken from the poor old Western
Recorder (Baptist), which is always
busy publishing anti-Catholic mat
ter, but plays safe by leaving out
.inna mich sDlendid work in Louis
ville. It is a Catholic charitable or
ganization, with branchea in nearly
every parish in the city, which does
real charity work. Its funds are
expended In relief work not in sal
aries for Its officers, and its membera
work unselfishly for the spiritual
and temporal welfare their fellow-
men, (names and dates, and usually gives
The St. Vincent de Paul Society of the location at the other end of the
Louisville Is now preparing ior R world: "A patient in a hospital in
winter work, and funds will be Argentina was reading a Bible when
needed to carry it on. Those who the Catholic attendant took it from
have the means should make their ( him and threw it out of the window,
donations now to this society, and it struck a passing soldier, who took
thus help succor the needy when in took It up, carried It to hla home and
sickness and distress. This charity
will bring its own reward.
and be glad in God's blessed sunshine
with the old flag and the old const!
tution over us."
AYOMEX AXD THE BALLOT.
The New York World criticises
the views of Cardinal Gibbons on
votes for women and says: "Women
to the number of millions have had
to create homes for themselves
without masculine assistance, and
their demand for the ballot is based
on a desire to have the same protec
tion for their interests that is
accorded to man." ,
mnmmfrmm tr ic--1 wa .:
of votes for women If they were
read it and
Christian."
was made an earnest
- The address of Chairman Camden
at the complimentary dinner ten
dered the Kentucky editors laBt
Saturday stamps him as the man to
lead the Democratic hosts in Ken
tucky this fall. It was given wide
publicity in the daily press of the
city and should he given careful
reading. It abounded in facts that
can not be controverted and should
help Wilson and Marshall in every
district in the State.
The following resolution
wan adopted at the Hibernian
State convention:
The committee unanimously
endoraea the Kentucky Irish
American for IU valued and
efficient support of the
Ancient Order of Hibernians la
Kentucky and Catholic Inter
est in general.
Thomas Walsh,
Jamea Mcllreen,
J. J. Sullivan,
Chas. J. Finegan,
Resolutions Committee.
KMLHTN (IP tmitroi
Late Newt That Will Interest
Member! Here and Elsewhere.
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SOCIETY.
Miss Blanche Carr is in St. Louis
visiting Mrs. Frank Mullen.
Miss Mary Ida Zook has as her
guest Miss Mary Doyle, of Covington.
Miss Maggie Smart spent last week
at New Castle, visiting Mrs. William
Carroll. .
Miss Mabel Waters, of Frankfort,
Is the guest of her aunt, Miss
James Gibbons, In Clifton.
Miss Mary E. Clarke, of Enid,
Okla, Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
S. Everln, 2933 Third street.
The Fourth degree Knights will
head a division in the parade at the
dedication of the Denver Cathedral.
The memorial tablet to Dr John
Gllmary Shea will be unveiled at the
Cathedral of Newark 6n October 12.
Apostolic Delegate Bonzano de
clares the Knights stand for the same
principles for which he la in the
United States.
The first fall initiation in Indiana
will take place at Hammond on Oc
tober 20, when a large class will re
ceive the degrees.
Chicago Chapter has perfected
plans for a reproduction on October
12 of last year a pageant on the shore
of Lake Michigan.
Bishop Carrell Council of Coving
ton has decided to make improve
ments on the council home that will
cost about 11,000.
Churchill DownsFall Meeting
Oct. 7-0ct. 16
9 Days Racing
OPENING DAY riONDAY, OCT. 7
KENTUCKY ENDURANCE STAKES OPENING DAY
FIRST RACE AT 2115 P. M.
IMMORTALITY OF THE ROIL.
A worthy old schoolmaster used to
seize every occasion to warn his
pupils against materialistic doctrine.
Taking his watch from his pocket
one day, he held it in his hand and
called the little ones around him.
"What iliol this il.h An nhll-
The Knights at Seymour, Ind., will drPnf'.
use their new initiatory outfit for the ..It ,avs tick-tack, tick-tack." said
i.rsi ume yciooer z, wnen me urst tne rlrgt ..,t taj9 tck-tac1t, tick-
6"-"- tack," said the second, and the third,
The two New Orleans councils and and so on through the class.
Fourth Degree Assembly liave de- Then the master took the works
elded to celebrate Columbus day by from the case, and holding the works
a public patriotic celebration. in one hand and the case In the
Denver Council's baseball team other, he said: "Listen to the easel
won the first four games played and Listen to the works!"
is conceded the pennant. There There was silence from the case,
were twelve teams In the contest. aq,d from the works the same "tick
Calumet Council of Chicago, the tack."
I largest in the country, will alve a "Now," he said, "which of the
Jerome Ohliaschlager left last fall carnival Thanksgiving week for two 18 the watch?"
week for Washington, where he will the opening of its new $90,000 home. 'That which says, tick-tack," said
enter the Catholic University. , I the children, pointing to the works.
- i FIRE CHIEF SICK. 1 iou are rigm, nine ones. Ana
Miss Margaret Newman, of'Frank- J"" ee the watch Is a watch even
fort, was here this week visiting her Fire Chief Tim Lehan is confined wen it nas no case; arra tne soul is
brothers, W. C. and Thomas B. New- to his home suffering from cold and 80,11 wnen u ha8 no body."
man. neuralgia mai mis wees: tooK quite
a serious turn. Tuesday he was A aitmi
Mr nnrl Mr. J Dpnmnnd O'Con- stricken at headquarters and was -
nor will soon move here from Frank- removed to his home, where he is We Dominican Sisters, formerly of
fort to make this city their future under the care of Dr. D. T. Roberts. Portugal, who some time ago asked
home. At laat accounts his condition was help to build a hospital in Ontario,
somewnat improved, though he will uregon, are again in neea oi aia
Mrs J T O'Neal and family have not be able to leave the house for "oiy Kosary Hospital is open, out as
Classik Shoes I
Boys arid Girls I
closed their summer home at Pewee another week.
Valley and returned to the city for
the winter. CATHOLIC
KXIGHTS.
Mrs. Ed O'Connell. Highland Park, The regular monthly meeting of
has had as her guest for the past the Central Committee, C. K. of A.,
week Mrs. A. L. Daniels, of Okla- next Friday night at St. Mary'a Hall
horaa City, Okla. . W'R be interesting and important.
ana me representatives or all
Mrs. John F. Chester and dauch- branchea are urged to attend. Be-
ters Mabel and Margaret are visiting aides a winter programme to be
in St. Louis as the guests of Mrs. mapped out there will be much new
Maggie Stewart. legislation. Besides an attempt will
. oe maae to outline tne membership
Mrs James Gibbons, of Clifton, movement proposed by the State
has been entertaining as her guest Council officers. i
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this week her niece.
Waters, of Frankfort.
Miss Mabel
GOES TO TELL CITV.
yet the income is not sufficient to
cover the daily expenditures. We
also have a heavy debt on which to
pay interest. To add to our diffl
cultles, two of our little band have
become invalids and are no longer
able to assist materially in the work
Other Sisters, who have waited
vain in unhappy Portugal for
liberty to live according to our holy
rule, wish now to join us here, but
have not the money necessary for
traveling expenses. Once mo:
fore we earnestly entreat our friends
to aid us by sending donations, how
aver small, to Mother Superior of
Holy Rosary Hospital, Ontario,
Orfegon.
Miss Martha Kearns. of Covington, The honors of the Indiana State
has been visiting in New Albany, the convention of the Catholic Knights of
guest of her sister, Mrs. P. F. Gobs, America went to Tell City. Norman
128 Vincennes street1. Patrick, of thati city, was elected
1 ) : .1 . ,ii . .
- rmiuoui oi me staie council, ana
BOGUS PRIEST JAILED.
Charles H. Karmappel, who is said
to have secured several hundred
dollars in the last few weeks in WeBt
ern New York from priests and hotel
VorW In th. nctv iloor Vr nnrl Mrs Rev. Father G. H. IMorh was elected
w vt vrnAinhin niir) riantrhtor Minn state ChaD la n. The Tell Pitv proprietors wnne representing nini'
Carolyn McAlphin will leave Frank- branch won the setond prize offered aelf to be a PoliSh priest, pleaded
fort to make theif home here. by the Supreme Colincil for the larg- guilty in the Police Court at Albiod
Albert J. Beveridge, Progressive
candidate for Governor of Indiana,
urges legislation that will provide
HANDS IT TO TEDDY.
matter of free books.
enabled to "create homes" without
votes why should they not be able ,
to continue to do so in the future as free text books for all school chil
they have done in the past and still dren for the parochial school and
havn their interests protected? . the public school alike. This gives
There are "women to the numbers him the distinction of being the first
of millions" who are absolutely , public man in Indiana to advocate
u,inof viiti hecmian thev are con- treating all schools alike in the
vlnced that they can do more ior
their cause through home influence
by having their brothers, husbands
or sweethearts to look after their
interests, while they give their time
and attention to affairs of the house
(which is woman's God-orda'ned
Bphere) rather than by taking away
time and attention from little sister,
brother or baby and giving It over
to political club meetings, primaries
electioneering, stump speaking, vote
watching or counting or casting
vote, and let the pot boil over or the
biscuits burn. Woman in politics Is
woman out of place, and this truth
will soon become apparent in Ken
tucky.
Columbus day will be extensively
celebrated this year. Catholics and
Protestants are combining to give the
tribute of their respect to the dis
coverer of America on the anni
versary of his great achievement.
This la a good time to subscribe
for the Kentucky Irish American.
CHORAL CXION.
The recently, organized Catholic
Choral Union, composed of aingers
who participated in the concerts
given recently at the annual meeting
of the Federation of Catholic So
cieties and of business and profes
sional men of Louisville, has elected
the following Directors: Fath
Ignatius Wllkens, Frank A. Geher
K. J. Oooney, Dr. P. F. Ganz, Col
John Whallen, Henry Bosse, Oscar
Stutz, Jr., Joaeph F. Hubbuch, Al
bert Herrmann, J. J. Mueller, John
A. Grueffer and Burnett Demplnger,
Officers were elected as follows
Frank A. Geher, President; Dr. P.
Ganz, Vice President; J. F. Hubbuch
Secretary; Oscar Stutz, Financial
Secretary; Henry Bosse, Treasurer
Albert Herrmann, Librarian; An
thony Molengraft, Musical Director.
The first regular rehearsal was held
Thursday night at Baldwin Hall
South Fourth street. Several bun
dred aingers are members of the
choir.
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ept new membership in
Stales
EUCHRE AXD DAXCE
the United to having passed a wortniess cnec
jejrA-nstr9--icr--Dnshee, pepritorofJ
.tne Orleans House, ior iid, ana was
sentenced to 100 days in the Monroe
county penitentiary.
MiBb
East Bfeck
Next Wednesday afternoon and
Sullivan, 1201 evening the alumnae of Holy Rosary. -
left Sunday to Academy will entertain with a euchre
IRISH ROSE WIXS MEDAL.
spend the weelTin Lexington visiting and lotto party at Bertrand Hall, and After two years or experimenting
her cousins, the Misses Driscoll. an enjoyable time is assured all who an Irish horticulturist has Just sue
. attend. The grames will be called at ceeded In producing a terra cotta
Mr. f.nrdnn Alexander whn has 2:30 and 8 o'clock. Much interest rose, which made its debut at the
been visltina her mother. Mrs. E. J. ia being taken in this euchre and National Rose Society's autumn show
Wentiell Pnrtland nvennn has re- many handsome Drlzes will ' he at Horticultural Hall in London
turned to her home in New York.
awarded.
Paul Doherty, son of Dr. W. B.
Doherty, left last week for Ann
Arbor, where he will resume his
studies at the Michigan Law School.
the authorized dramatization of
Robert W. Chambers' sensational
Mr. P. H. Callahan, President of work of fiction, which In book form
the Louisville Varnish Company, and baa more than topped the million and
John Callahan were registered this a quarter mark and continues to
week at the Waldorf-Astoria in New charm novel readers with its uncon
York City. ventlonal story concerning marriage,
will be presented, and in adapting
The Misses Foley, of Pewee Val- me common Law" for stage pur-
ley, had as guests last week Misses poses all
There are only a dozen blooms of the
hew flower at the show, and the cul
tivator, Mr. McGredy, of the Royal
Nurseries. Portadown. Ireland, will
At the Walnut Theater next week 8fi" tbem for not less than $5 each
"THE COMMOX LAW."
His stock of forty plants he would
not part with for $15,000. The new
rose was awarded the Rose Society's
gold medal.
TESTIMONIAL TO ARCHBISHOP.
Cora Wallace and Mayme Barrett, of of dramatic action have been utilized
this city, and John Ryan, of Pled- In the direction of offering such
mont, W. Va. , scenes and incidents as are sure to
piease me audience. I
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Laverty,
The citizens of St. Paul. Minn
Irrespective of religion, have begun
of the necessary qualities a campaign to raise $100,000 for the
K. OF C. ELECTION'.
Lieut. Gov. Edward McDermott, In
an able and patriotic speech at Mid
dlesboro last Tuesday, dealt with the
tariff and national issues and showed
how powerless would be the Bull
Mome if elected.
' "Mr. Roosevelt, he aald, "if elected
would be unable to promote the
laws or changes whlcH ha has most J
strongly advocated. In the first
place, Congress would be against
him.. In the second place, most of
his proposed reforms. If feasible at
all, could only be carried out by the
Legislature of a State, not by the
National Government at all. In fact
most of the platform consists of
mere plausible, alluring generalities
that sound, well on the stump, or
rfad well In the newspaper, but that
have never yet been embodied in the
legislation of any. country at any
period of the world. If he couldn't
do anything practical )n that direc
tion during the seven and half
years he was President, how can we
believe that he will do It In the next
four years? Has he suddenly be
come a magician, a wonder? Can he
now work miracles that ha could
not work before? If he were to diej
tomorrow his party would dissolve i
and disappear 'like a brlgh exhala
tion in the evening,' and be heard of
no more. Fortunately for the
renutillc ha has no chanca to be
. . , 'n China there are no forests. The
eiectea. great plain never had forests, boln
Iu concluding he drove home some entlreiy of aeita formation, and the
umlt tilablu truths when he said: If , mountainous renluus to the north
At the annual election of officers
Wednesday evening of the local
council. Knights of Columbus, the
following were chosen:
Grand Knight P. H. Callahan.
Deputy Grand Knight C. W
Decker.
Chancellor Thomas B. Leahy.
Keiording Secretary L. J. Veene-
man.
Treasurer Robert A. Watson.
Financial Secretary and Custodian
Henry B. McBride.
The newly elected Grand Knight,
Col. P. II. Callahun, is an enthusi
astic worker for the order and Cath
olic Interests in general. Col. Calla
han is a member of Gov. licCreary's
staff and was a conspicuous figure
at the recent Democratic natloual
convention.
W ITHOUT FORESTS.
you Uaiit lower taxes, if you
to rtmove the Inequalities, absurdi
ties ami unjust burdens of the pres
ent tariff If you want to lower the
i 1
want ' and west were denuded of their trees
centuries ago. The surface soil has
beeu waahed away, and to referent
it would involve uikuj tainty, much
, time and great fortunes. I
of Syracuse, N. Y., arrived Wednes
day for a visit to Dr. Edward C. '
Laverty and Mrs. Laverty at 406
East Ormsby avenue.
SUCCESSFUL RACE MEETING.
placing on the new Cathedral one of
the most magnificent domes of any
public building in the country. It is
to be a testimonial to . Archbishop
Ireland and to show the high esteem
in which he la held by all the citizens
of St. Paul. Twenty-seven thousand
dollars was subscribed the first day,
LANDING DAY CELEBHATIOX.
The Douglas Park Jockey Club
will this afternoon bring to a close
one of the most successful fall race
Mrs. Edward Farrington has re- meetings yet held In Kentucky. With
turned to her home in 'Chattanooga, ideal weather and splendid fields, Landing day, next Saturday, Octo-
after a six weeks' visit to her par- the sport haa been high class. The ber 12, will be observed by the local
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sullivan, feature event thla afternoon, the council of the Knlghta of Columbus
1201 East Breckinridge street. Cardinal stakes at a mile and an wltn open houBe in the afternoon for
eighth, will bring to the barrier a the members and their families and
Harry Gleeson, West Broadway, number of the best horses on the a reception and dance'ln the evening,
has returned from a viBlt to Chicago, turf, and should attract a large at- On account of the large membership
where he was-the guest of hla aunt, tendance. , of the council both afternoon and
Mrs. T. J. Leonard. His sister, Miss , . eveulng entertainments will be con
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i according to our own specifications. They are abso-
t lutely all solid leather throughout; no cut off vamps;
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FOR BOYSi:
Sizes 10 to 13 1-2, $1.50 ;
Sizes 1 to 2, $1.75.
Sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2, $5.00.
FOR CHILDREN
Sizes 5 1-2 to 8, $1.00 and Sizes 8 1-2 to 11, $1.25
t $lb. and $1.50.
f Nature Shaped Lasts Insuring Freedom of Toes.
FOR GIRLS
Sizes 11 1.2 to 2 at $1.50
and $1.75.
Sizes 2 1-2 to 6 at $2.00
and $2.50.'
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You'll be more than satisfied with this or any other grade we
handle. Phone your order. Home 510; Cum b. S. 1058-Y.
Yards First and A, Pope and Payne, Fifteenth and Magnolia
SOUTHERN COAL AND COKE CO.
INCORPORATED.
1DR. J. T. CHAWK 1
BOTH PHONES 2399,
Veterinary Infirmary
SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL
Horses Called For and Delivered.
OFFICE 713-715 SEVENTH STRE
WALNUT ST. THEATER.
Starting Sunday Matinee, Oct. 6
GREAT MARRIAGE DRAMA. .
The Common Law
A dramatization of the most
talked-of novel of the century.
Tuesday. Thursday Saturday Matt-
neei 25c.
NiebU and Sunday Matinee. 25c. 35c.
50c.
vassing through Western New York,
the object being to secure funds
wherewith to start a paper in the
interest of the Holy Name Society.
They claim to have been aent out by
the Dominican Fathers of New York.
They are frauds and ha'l from New
York City, as la easily discovered by
their conversation.
WITH BIQ FOUR.
I. A OIKS' SODALITY EUCHRE.
fined strictly to membera and their
families.
Inei Oleeson. will remain in Chicago
for several weeks.
The Ynunr Lariia' Snrinlltv nt fit I
Mra. Zach Wheat (nee Forsman) John's rhnrrh win riv .nh..l
la here on a visit to her family and afternoon and evening, Tuesday,
will be Joined by her husband at the October 29 and n uddlilnn will
close or the National league base- , rve refreshments of all kinds. The Joseph's church. Kaat Washington
ball season, Mr. Wheat being a mem- committee of ladies In charae are street, will tomorrow celebrate Its
ber of the Brooklyn club. , working earnestly to make thla he anniversary with beautiful religious
I V n auah. . . v. upvl.o. T Vi i mrf I tit v ! .Amnnsufl fit i
Mr. and Mrs. Edward MfGivney
announce the engagement of their
GUARDIAN ANGEL SODALITY.
The Guardian Angel Sodality of St.
J. X. Klnberger, the well known
local railroad man and globe
trotter, haa accepted the position of
Soliciting Freight Agent with the
Big Four railroad, with offices In the
Todd building.
ST. PETER'S CHURCH.
JOIN'S HUSSION HAND.
daughter. Miss Mayme A. McGivney,'
to John C. Ernst. The marriage will Rev. pa,hPr 0 ll fnrnmrlv t.rn-
be solemnized on the morning of feBgor In Aauinaa Oilleea at fnlnm-
Wednesday, October 9, at 9 o'clock, oug ohl naa come to Loulavilla
at St. Martin a church, Shelby street. and )a nnw . mn,her nt th. I)mi,.i
ran missionary band stationed at St.
was Lmila HHrfranri'fl Prinvunt nn Kivtti
The Rev. Father A. Block, who has
been stationed at 'Holy Trinity
society is composed of cnurcn m inaianapons, arrivea nere
ui wees, una nas euiereu upon nis
duties as assistant to Kev. Edmund
Kaiser, pastor of St. Peter's church.
Seventeenth and Garland avenue.
services. Thii
the school children of the parish and
has a splendid membership. There
will be an anniversary high mass, for
which the sanctuary will be bril
liantly illuminated and decorated.
TARISII SUITER.
James Orr and bride, who
Miss lary Lott, have taken up their street
residence at 654 South Twentieth ability and eloquence as a pulpit
street, where thry are at home to
their friends. They were quietly
wedded at St. Patrick's church, Rev.
Father Cronin performing the cere
mony.
orator.
The ladles of St. Anthony's con-
Father O'Neil is noted for his gregation. Twenty-third and Market,
are busy making preparations tor a
parish supper to be served in St.
Anthony's Hall next month. It is
hoped to make this the lurgest and
best affair of the kind that has yet
taken place in Louisville.
riCTURES FOR ACADEMY.
EMBARKS IV III SIVKSS.
The Stork haa left a lusty young
bowler at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Adam Dlttmeier, Twenty-second
street, and the bowlers have been
avlng week s celebration in hla
otior. Already the new arrival nas
been offered the captaincy of a num
ber of teams.
Miss Anna C. Brennan, formerly
with Mlm C'onnaughton, has opeueit
a dressmaking establishment at 44 4
South Fourth avenue, where she is
prepared to equip ber friends with
ladles' and misses' coat suits, gowns,
evening dresses, etc.
DEPARTS FOR MONTANA.
CHILDREN ENROLLED.
The Superintendent of the St.
Louis parychlul schools reports
0,011 children enrolled, besides ZOO
in tliu Catholic free high school.
FOR AFTERNOON TEA.
A loaf of cube sugar rubbed over
the surface of an orange will retain
the orange flavor by absorbing the
oil. SuKr thus prepared and used
in tea linimrW to the latter a most
delicious flavor, suKesttng oranpe
pu hoe,
Rev. Father Cyril, of the Sacred
Heart Retreat, who has been in
charge of Holy Trinity rhurch during
the absence of Father Berreshelm in
Europe, will soon open a aeries of
missions in Montana. Father Cyril
is one of the great preachers of the
1'ssslonist order.
The Curdorue Academy, near
Georgetown, in the Covington dio
cese, has Installed a moving picture
apparatus for the entertainment of
the girls and young ladles being edu
cated there.
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of Louisville's Particular Smokers
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sale at all dispensers of smokers. ,
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To suit every taste. Give ns a
call and inspect our line of
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tb?!r kind in the city.
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SMOOTH FRAl'DH.
Recently 'a couple of gentlemanly
,'"I!D appearing fellows bave been can-
Next November St. Peter'a church
at Pougbkeepsle, N. Y.. 'will celebrate
its diamond jubilee, and at the same
time will be kept the go'ilen jubilee
of the establishment of tihe Sisters of
Charity in the parish. His Eminent'
Curdlnal Farley will attend.
SI'LENDIU OINTMENT.
All housewives possess In their
larder the finest ointment yet dis
covered for all sorts of bruises, cuts,
chaps or roiiKhuess of the skin. It
Is butter. The soothing qualities of
the cream with which butter is made
Olve you boys aa edaeatloa thai wut
prapare tl iam fas Ufa.
ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE
Ua W. Broadway, onlarlU, .
Conducted hv tha Y.v.ri.. !,.
Classical. gclominn .n.i u.i
Cour Preparatory Department. l.ar.
. ' ' iiuippea Uymna
slum. Ttiih Moderate, bra Jamea Dir.
A Scapular Medal Free
Scapular medals -have been au- '
thorized by the church to be worn
Instead of scapulars. We will tend
you one free If you aubscrlbe for the
Child Apostle, a sixteen page chil
dren's monthly, costing only twenty
five cents yearly. It la edited by a
priest especially for little onea, and
filled with Instructions, short stories
and pictures. Stamps will do. Ad
dress The Child Apostle, 1133 Mo
Cormlck building, Chicago, lii.
are such that even the worst bruise-
will vanish under its application.
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