Newspaper Page Text
110)1 E HULK.
Orange Tale Too Much
ror Gravity of Impnr
tla I Residents).
PRANK FEHR BREWING CO.
United Irish Leagne Of
America Aids Home
I LOUISVILLE OAS CO. II
M BE SURE TO
IT IS ALWAYS PURE.
in. ncnenna, uisuiier, rairiieiu, iyf.
D. J. DOUGHERTY
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS
All Call Answered Promptly, Day er Night.
1231 WEST MARKET STREET.
f Gran W. Smith's Son,
i Funeral Director
wamagea rurmsnea lor ah
wi mm a a
809W. JEFFERSON STREET.!
Wf ft Mt
HOMI PHONE 18
J. J. BARRETT'S SONS
SQfS East Molrx Street.
A TRIAL WILL PROVE
WHERE OTHERS FAILED THAT
Kampfmueller's RHEUMATIC Remedy
Is the BEST and SUREST rheumatic remedy on the market. It is
recommended by PHYSICIANS and praised by thousands.
For sale at all up-to-date drug stores.
FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS
NEW FALL SHAPES NOW READY.
Bring Your Fell: and Beaver Hats
From last season and we will clean, dye and reblock them in the lat
est styles to look like new. With tba most modern equipment we
guarantee first-class work. Thirty yeara In business ia our record.
Banister & Co., Props. 713 W. Jefferson St.
.mi) mciiK A.vicivui5
CENTRAL FURNITURE CO.
N. W. Cor. Thlrs and Ora Sis.
We furnish tba home com
plete on easy payments.
WM. CALLAOHAN, Mr. Sal Baat.
S. J. McELLIOTT f
and Embalmer I
t r a ..a. Bkt a
occasions on snort ryouce.
Every Requisite For Amateur and
Photographic Developing and Printing
SOUVENIR POST CAROS. PICTURE FRAMINO.
Olv. roar boy. aa .dnoetloa that will
prepare tb.ni (or Ufa.
ST. XAVIER'5 COLLEGE
US W. Broadway, I,oulvUle, Ky.
Conducted by the Xav.rlan Brother..
Claaalcal, Bul.ntiAo and Uuiitiieas
Cuuraaa, Preparatory Department, Lar.
Bwluinilns l'ool, Wall Uuulppad Gymna
sium, T.rma Moderala, Bra. Jamsa. Dir.
WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND
HANu 15-FOOT KOUM, SIDES
AND CtlLINQ FOR
CULLEY WALL PAPER STORE
Seventh sad Oak Sts.,
Cume. t. HSI- Hon I31S g
What la thought to be the laat
national convention of the United
Irish League of America ere Ireland
oc u r ps home rule convened Monday
In Philadelphia, with delegations
present representing a'l sections of
the United States. A fund of
$21,357.95 to aid the cause of home
rule for Ireland was raised Monday
night at an enthusiastic mass meet
Ing under the auspices of the United
Irish League for America. William
H. K. Redmond, member of Parlia
ment, who made the principal ad
dress, and two English statesmen,
Sir Croydon Marks and Sir George
McAlnlne. declared that home rule
In Ireland would be an accomplished
fact before the next meeting of the
league In 1914. Gov. Tener, of
Pennsylvania, presided at the meet
ing, and Mayor Blankenburg, or
Philadelphia, and many other State
and city officials occupied seats on
the stage and In boxes. The conven
tion on Tuesday beard reports and
devoted the day to the business of the
league. Speechmaklng took up al
most the entire time of the convex
tlon Wednesday, home rule for Ire
land being the theme of all the
It is pretty well assured that the
home rule meeting at Carnegie Hall,
to be addressed by W. II. K. Red
mond Sunday night. Is going to be
one of the greatest Irish meetings
ever held In New York City. Proml
ent Americans of all political faiths
have pledged their support.
"The Confession," from a success
ful run at the Bijou Theater, New
Vnrk mt.v will be presented at the
Shubert Masonic Theater for an en-
scene from "The Confession."
gagement of three days, . Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, October 3, 4
and 6, with a matinee every day.
The story is of a young man,
Thomas Bartlett, who is accused of
killing the brother of Rose, the girl
to whom he is bethrothed. It Is
said that the men had been mixed
up In a barroom brawl, and the
latter killed his friend. His
brother, John Bartlett, is a priest,
to whom Joseph Dumont. a French
Canadian, has confessed that he did
the killing to satisfy a long standing
grudge. Circumstances point to
Thomas Bartlett as the murderer,
and In due course he Is convicted
and sentenced to death, despite an
elaborate and earnest defense. His
brother, the priest, has ample oppor
tunity on the witness stand to tell
what he knows would free his
brother, but the fact that his
knowledge came to him through the
confessional seals his lips, and de
spite his mental anguish he must
see his brother convicted. Reprieves
are granted, but they are all In vain,
and the day Is Set for Bartlett's ex
ecution. At the last moment an
appeal la made to the Governor by
the condemned man's family, but
there is nothing the Governor can
do as he reads the law. The Gov
ernor, however, remains steadfast In
his position, and apparently all hope
la lost, when Dumont Is brought
dying Into a room. He had been
sentenced to prison for perjury In
connection with the trial and at laBt
his conscience got the better of him,
and before death left his body he
whispers to the Governor the fact
that he killed Crelghton, thus estab
lishing Bartlett s Innocence. This
great drama will be played here un
der the auspices of the County
Board, A. 0. II., and the Ladies
A cable message was received
here this week telling of a special
audience granted by His Holiness
Pope Plus X. last Sunady to E. J.
O'Brien, the well known tobacco
man, and his son, James B. O'Brien.
In addition to this great privilege
the Messrs. O'Brien had the good
fortune to be In attendance at the
Kucharistlo convention In Vienna.
MOURN HER DEATH.
MIbs Helen Eugene Doherty, aged
eighteen, died at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Margaret Doherty, 1519
East Spring street, New Albany, on
Monday night after a short Illness.
She Is survived by two sisters, Misses
Eva and Estella Doherty, and her
mother. Her father, John B. Doherty,
who was County Surveyor of Floyd
county, died three years ago. Tis
. i a mi
I If sX?! .
f ' 5
Of All Kind
at the Lowest
Prices, go to ..
WM. F. MAYER,
419 W. MARKET ST.
Having purchased the entire
stock of Monuments of the late
Muldoon Monument Company,
we are In a position to offer the
same to parties wishing to im
prove their cemetery lots at very
dive us a call at our ware
rooms. 318-320 West Qreen St.
New Muldoon Monument Co.
THE 2 FAVORITES
of Louisville's Particular Smokers
The cigars without an equal in quality
and flavor. Home-made Union-made
and the best-made for the money. For
sale at all dispensers of smokers.
T. W. TARPY a CO.
SEVENTH ST., NEAR MARKET
(Cemetery W irk a specialty)
REASONA IE PRICES
550 S. FOURTH AVE.
Both Pbanes 223.
HOME PHONE 3924
Fred. f. Heffernan
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS
CIQARS AND TOBACCO
N. W. Cor. 35th and Madison
Come and see the Ball Game
Every Sunday Heffernana and
Best Amateur teams in the city.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
A FIRST-CLASS SAMPLE ROOM
Old Whiskies a Specialty.
Hsm. Pksn. 4SS0. 524 W. WALNUT.
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS
Distillers and Wholesale Deal
ers In Finest Brands of Ken
tucky Whiskies, especially.
Pearl of Nelson,
BOTTLED IN BOND.
tsltpkens 1941. 1J4 SIXTH STREET.
A Scapular Medal Free
Scanular medals huva haan an.
thorlzed by the church to be worn
Instead of acanulara. Wa aiill unil
you one free It you subscribe for the
unua apostle, a sixteen page chil
dren's monthly, costing only twenty-
flva cant, vnarlv. It la ariltarl hv a
prleBt especially for little onea, and
filled with Instructions, short stories
and pictures. Stampa will do. Ad-
drea. Th Child Annntla 11 VI
Cormlck building, Chicago, im.
funeral took place from Holy Trinity
church Thursday morning. Miss
Doherty was a devout member of the
sodality connected with that church
and was a favorite la Catholic so
During the past week members of
the St. Vincent de Paul Society, un
der the direction of Father James P.
Cronin, V. G., have been taking a
censua of St. Patrick's parish. There
are fourteen districts In this pariah.
With two census takers for each.
Despite the encroachments of busi
ness houses, manufactories and rail
roads, St. Patrick's continues one of
ths strongest puisnes la toe city.
. From Dublin comes word that the
home rule fight Is not without Its
comical element. The Orange tales
are sometimes too much for the
gravity of the Impartial resident In
this old Isle. Here Is one. Never
was Ireland so crimeless as today.
Political disorders have disappeared
along with ordinary crime, even In
the South and West. Only In "loyal'
Ulster Is there any defiance of law
and order, or any persecution of
members of other religious bodies.
WlHh the utmost gravity Orange
leaders declare this Is a NntlonRllst
"put up Job:" the order having gone
out from Redmond's headquarters
that crime Is to ease so that South
em Ireland may contrast sharply
with Ulster. As a second string they
argue that the quietude In the South
Is due to the fact that the Redmond
and O'Brien parties are so busy wltrti
their own feud that they have no time
or energy left for ordinary etrife
or Illegality. These arguments are
causing Infinite amusement In Na
tlonallst circles, where It has always
been maintained that apart from
political unrest (Ireland was the most
orderly and crimeless section of the
pritish Iales. Tand purchase schemes
having opened the land to the farm
ers, and home rule being In prospect
tihe two causes of unrest have disap
peared. Hence the quietude In Erin
today outside Ulster. But "good be
havior by order" Is too much for all
but those with an elastic mental
gullett to swallow. The one move
ment In the South that Is really scar
Ing Belfast manufacturers Is that
Belfast goods are being quietly boy
cotted and commercial drummers
from Ulster are booking practically
no orders at all. .
XEIL O'BItTEX'S MIXSTRFXS.
The Shubert Masonic Theater an
nounces for Its first regular high-
class attraction of the new season
on next Monday and Tuesday, Sep-
or" a ,
tember 30 and October 1, with a
special matinee on Tuesday, Neil
O'Brien's Minstrels, which come to
Louisville after several weeks of a
veritable triumph In Pittsburgh,
Buffalo, Cincinnati, Detroit ' and
other large cities, which have show
ered praises upon Mr. O'Brien, his
splendid company and beautiful pro
ductlon. From a vocal standpoint
no minstrel entertainment ever pre'
sented offers a more attractive array
of singers, its songsters consisting
of Al Fontaine, Jack McShane, Will
lam H. Hallett, Georgle Hagen,
Charles E. Wheeler , and other
popular soloists who have previously
delighted minstrel audiences In this
city. Neil O'Brien, the star of the
organization, is the recognized lead
ing black-face comedian of the
American stage. His subtle wit,
eccentric methods and striking per
sonality have established for him a
tremendous following of admirers.
Second In Importance to the star Is
Billy Van, who several years ago
left minstrelsy for vaudeville, Dut
who now returns to the semi-circle
with a brand new monologue.
INDIANA CATHOLIC KNIGHTS.
The Indiana Catholic Knights of
America held a fully attended State
convention at Indianapolis this week.
Tuesday morning the local Knights,
delegates and visitors attended mass
In a body, after wlhch the business
sessions opened. Reports show n In
creased membership and tihe order 1n
a flourishing condition. H. E. Kotter
and Joseph Zimmerman were delegates
from the two New Albany branches
Blue Grass Council, Knights of
Columbus, or Lexington, will com
memorate the 420th anniversary of
the landing of Columbus with a great
entertainment at the Auditorium in
that city on Sunday night, October
IS. Committees are making exten
sive preparation for this celebration,
which it is expected will be attended
by Knights from all parts of Ken
tucky. COMIO OPERA.
Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will pre
sent as Its next operatic offering
Dolly Dollars." Rehearsals will
begin at once and the opera be pre
sented early next year. The produc
tion will be under the direction of
Prof. Leo A. Schmltt and P. Welling
ton Ilager, who so successfully staged
Sergeant Kitty" last year.
VISITS BOYHOOD SCENES.
Rev. Father Thomas A. York, ths
rental and big hearted pastor of St.
Paul's church, Jackson and Kentucky
streets, has been spending- bis vaca
tion at his old home at Watertown,
'Mass. Before leaving tba East he
jwlll visit in Boston, from where bs
will return next week.
Brewers and Bottlers
Is Excellent and Pure. Approved by every
one who has tried it. Telephone 452,
SENN & ACKERM AN
Clay Street Brewery
508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET.
FALLS CITY BREWING CO.
Broadway and Thirty-First Street.
Are Brewing and Bottling Beer
a Case for Your Home.
TELEPHONES: Horns 7671-7672, Cumb. Weil 69.
JOHN F. OERTEL CO.
1MQ to 1408
BOTH PHONES 891.
Cumb. Phone West 191
Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers.
Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent flavee
GRUBER & DEUSER,
THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO.
DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS
i The Last Dollar
i That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a
I SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED
i twice a year; There MAY COME a Urns when your "LAST DOLLAR"
must bs spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the
dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming.
Ky. Title Savings Bank
and Trust Co.
Fifth and Court Place. '
Open Dally Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m.
345 West Green Street.
All the 1st. sad a.w Styles and Sha pa
can be found b.r. at reasonable prices,
t all aqd see us
Especially for Family Use. Ordeff
LIFE SAVER (Light)
Story Axenue. .
Home Phone 1913
Managers, Louisville. Kr.
fcTONLY ONIC STOHE
Rosebuds a Specialty.
632 FOURTH AVENUL
AH erders r.c.lv. prompt attentive
and satisfaction) guaranteed.