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OKY IieiSlI AMERICAN.
THE BIG STORE
SURPRISE SALE SPECIAL NO. 654
A marvelous display of the most beautiful new
weaves and patterns in Men's Fall Suits. The big
gest values you ever saw. Guaranteed strictly all
wool through and through.
THE BIG STORE,
MILTON M. MARBLCSTONK CO
424 West Msrkst SI
FMrth ui Pitta-,
We have large and comprehensive assortment of
beautiful pieces in Solid Silver and Sheffield Plate,
embracing Tableware of many designs, Candelabra.
Silver Service, etc.
K. of C. Emblems
in pins, charms, buttons. Gold and silver novelties, dia
monds and other precious stones in beautiful settings.
S. E. LEDMAN & SON,
410 West Market St -
"You Cm Reh on Ltdmin."
What They Have Been Doing
the Past Week General
bM Phase IJIJ.
That's what my customers are always sure to let
Try My Special Grade at 25c Lb.
IT'S THE SAME QUALITY THAT OTHERS SELL FOR 30a.
JOHN M. MULLOY,
Silt "W. MARKBT HTHKBT,
For Your Furniture Wants!
I WANT YOUR TRADE.
My stocks are the largest, my prices
tthe lowgt. and my terms tJbett.
425, 427 and 429 East Market Street
JAs. J. NAUGHTON JOS. N. HIGGINS CHAS. E. NAUSHTON
Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only.
Telephone Us and We Send For Them
Home Phone 897.
TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS.
James E. Deery 1 the new County
President at Indianapolis.
There were 356 nmM on the roll
of the Pennsylvania Kute conven
tion. Nebraska Hibernians have elected
Rev. Father M. A. Shine aa State
Division 1 will meet Tuesday night
and choose alternate delegates to the
The Penneylvanla State conven
tion of the Ladles' Auxiliary was
attended by 850 delegates.
The county convention will be held
October . Officer will be elected
to serve for the next two years.
Joseph D. Sullivan, the well
known Washington attorney, will
serve as District President for the
next two year.
Milwaukee Hibernians had three
Archblehope at a recent meeting.
They were Archbishops Messmer,
Glennon and Ireland.
Bishop Scannell, State Chaplain,
addressed the convention at Omaha
and discussed plans for the better
ment of the Celtic race In America.
Returns for tickets for "The Con
fession" should be made not later
than October 21, aa settlement with
the management will be made each
James T. McOlnnis, of Scranton,
fortner National Secretary, has been
appointed national organizer for
juvenile divisions. This will give the
work new Impetus.
Division 2 meets next Wednesday
night. There will be some business
of more than ordinary Interest, and
therefore the presence of all mem
bers Is requested.
At the meeting of the Ladles' Aux
iliary next Wedensday night an elec
tion will take place for County
President, to succeed Miss Fanny
Kennedy, who Is now State Presi
dent. This should bring out a full
Every member should endeavor to)
dispose of tickets for "The Confes
sion," to be at the Masonic Theater
the latter half of next week. The
greater its success the greater the
benefit for the County Board and
W. F. CODY
C. R. LONCI
236 WEST MARKET ST.
Announces that on Saturday,
September 28, it will open its
doors to the men of Greater
Louisville, prepared to supply
in all the season's newest and
most popular styles.
The TILT is positively
$3.00 HAT sold for
EVERY HAT STRICTLY UNION MAD
TILT HAT CO
Mifctiireri tad Retail Hatters,
236 WEST MARKET ST
KMCHTS OF tQHTOl
Late News That Will Interest
. Members Here and Elsewhere.
Homi nous City 56S7
Cams. Mils 5S7
Store 560 Fourth Avenu
Greenhouses Charles and Texas Streets
Ulster's Threat of Restlst-
London specials to the Sunday
press say Ulster's threats of resist
ance are understood In high quarters
to be very displeasing to King George,
who has a strong dislike to lack of
discipline or disregard of authority
in every form. Therefore it Is said
if tlhe present attitude of Ulster is
persisted In muolt harm will be done
to the movplftglL'r' moBt powerful
quarters. Wuluu a clay or two
Premier Asqulth will confer with the
inner circle of the Cabinet and will
then be In attendance on the King at
Balmoral. ' By that time he will be
able to lay before the King the latest
information from both sides. At pres
ent there is no indecision in Govern
ment circles. A quiet resolve to main
tain order and pursue the course
marked out by the Premier is the
dominating (actor of the time.
JOHN B. STRUBEL
346 E. Market St.
HOME PHONE 4066
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
! THERE IS A REASON FOR IT !
t ) . I jl
The great popularity and demand
for the celebrated
is due entirely to its great effici
ency, durability and great saving
quality. Sold on easy payment
and connected free.
GEIIER & SON
215 Market St, near Second.
The Forty Hours' Adoration begins
In this city tomorrow morning at the
high mass at tlhe Church of the
Blessed Sacrament on Ea&t Washing
ton street. For these impressive serv
ices the sanctuary and altars will be
tastefully decorated and Illuminated.
During these solemn services Kev.
Father O'SulUvan, the pastor, will be
assisted by a number of his friends
among the clergy.
Am O. IX.
Meets at Falls' City Hall e First
and Third Tuesday.
President Martin J. Ca'elck.
Vice President Charles J. Flnne-
'Recording; Secretary Anthony
Financial Secretary Joseph Far
Financial Secretary Jos. B. Far-
rell. 1808 West Market.
Treasurer Thomas P. Lawler.
8ergeant-at-Arms Louis Roller,
Sentinel Henry MeDeraott.
O'SVLUVAX NOW ORGANIST.
Prof. Patrick O'Sullivan, the
noted musician, has taken charge of
the choir at St. William's church,
Thirteenth, and Oak streets, as
musical director and organist. This
Is one of the numerous agreeable
changes that have taken place since
Rev. George M. Connor has become
KUCHKK AND LOTTO.
fleets first and third Wedaesdays,
Odd Fellows Hall, Sixth and Wal
President Con J. Ford.
Vice President J. J. 8ulllTan.
Treasurer James Welsh.
Recording Secretary Daniel
Financial, Secretary John
Keaney, 1607 DumesaU.
Sergeant - at - Arms J. Charles
Sentinel Edward Brennan.
OUT OUT THIS AD.
MOLES m WARTS
the removal of MOLES and VVARTS without pain and
leaving neither scar nor mark
is the same remedy that wo sold your grandmother, and has
since its first appearance upon the market, carried with it the
UNANIMOUS INDORSEMENT of MAN and WOMAN.
M0LES0PF was the best Is piooeer days, is still tho best today.
Our long experience protects you. We guarantee.
Letters from personages we all know, together with much
valuable information are contained in au attractive booklet,
which will be sent free upon request.
It you have any trouble getting MOLESOFF, send one
dollar direct to the undersigned.
One hundred dollars is gold will be paid to the party mailing to ut a
picture ol tlieuielves before aad after using MOLKSOKF; those pictures
to be accepted, aud used by us, for advertising MOLESOKP . One mil
lion people will see your picture with sod without aa ugly growth on
your pel k :n.
FLORIDA DISTRIBUTING CO , Dept. A 230
branch S2. C. K. of A., announces
Its first grand euchre and lotto for
Wednesday afternoon ana evening.
November 13. in the old scbool nan.
Rhnihv and Oak streets. The com
mittees are preparing for a great
ffnthpi-inr and Dromlse valuable
prizes. Tickets are only ten cents.
HOME FROM CALIFORNIA.
T)an 3. Hennessy has Just returned
from Santa Crus, Cal., where ho was
attending the Y. M. 1. supreme
convention and has many interesting
things to tell of the Uoiaen wesi.
It is expected that tho gallant old
toreador will deliver a short lecture
along this line in the near imure.
Edward J. O'Brien and son, who
have, been in Europe tor some time
past, were in Vienna during tbo
tfiiMiarliitic Congress, from where
ihv sent a programme to tho Ken-
THuh American. They are
expected to soon arrive homo.
. HACK ON DUTY.
Meets First: and Third Mondays.
line tee nth and Portland.
President Hugh Honrlgan.
Vice President J. M Maleaey.
Recording Secretary Tbo. Ster
Financial Secretary John Q.
Hessloa. 174 Balrd.
Treasurer D. J. Dougherty.
Sergeantnat-Arms James Stevens.
ben tine l Thomas Noon.
Meets Seeond and Fourth Monday.
Hertraaa Hall, sixth ijsroet.
President John H. Hennessy.
Vloo President Thomas Lynch.
Recording Secretary John J. Bar-
Financial Secretary Thomas J.
Utngan. 80? West Oak.
treasurer Thomas Downey.
Sergeant-at-Arm John Coleman
Sentinel M. J. McDermott.
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delivering letters after an illness of
MACKIN COUNCIL. 105.
Meets Monday Evenings at Club
House, 144 North Twenty-sixth.
President Frank O. Adams.
First Vice President A. a Link.
Seoosd Vice Fresldent--Wllllam
Financial Secretary. (Wm. Link.
Recording Secretary Robert Os-
flve weeks, resulting rrom Being
overcome during tho extremely hot
weather, lie is one of tho moBt
arrlnra In the elty and all
. iai tn sea him again on his
Corresponding Secretary George
Treasurer Robert T. Barks.
Marshal Fred Schuler.
Iasldo Sentinel Petor Andriot.
Outsido Sentinel Joseph illpglns.
All councils will elect officers next
Little Rock Knights will observe
Colnmbus day with a banquet.
A retreat lasting four days will be
given by the Knights of Counctl
Bluffs in St. Francis Xavler's church.
The Cltlsen's Public Celebration
Association will expend $45,000 for
tne coiumbus day celebration
Reports received indicate that
councils are desired In Port Wash
ington, Waterloo, Beaver Dam and
The ceremonies attending the dedl
cation on November 7 of the
$200,000 building and hall In San
Francisco will last a week.
Arcblshop James J. Kpane,
Dubuqne, will be the principal
speaker at tho Columbus day ban
quet of the Pittsburgh Knights.
The handsome new homo of the
Knights at Qulncy, III., was thrown
open Tuesday. It is a notable addl
tlon to the buildings of the city.
Tho Wisconsin State Council will
continue Its lecture bureau, but will
refund $66 to councils conducting
non-Catholic missions Instead of ac
cepting the lecture course numbers.
Because of his law practice and en
gagements to make speeches for
Wilson and Marshall, Hon. E. J. Mc
Dermott has been compelled to de
cllne a number of Invitations from
large cities to be their Columbus day
orator. Kentucky s Lieutenant Gov.
ernor enjoys a reputation all over
this country as one of the State1
ablest public men and most captivat
lng orators, which accounts for the
many requests made upon him for
It Occurs on
Cardinals Dispatch Memo
rial to Patrlach of
In the name of the Roman Cath
ollce of the United States the Ameri
can Cardinals O'Connell of Boston
Gibbons of Baltimore and Farley of
New York have sent a memorial to
the Patriarch of Lisbon, offering their
sympathy to the Portuguese church,
The memorial says in part:
"In the great' republic of the
United States, where the Catholic
church 'fulfills her mission amid the
most ample liberty, It was lnevitabl
that great sorrow ehould be caused
by the persecutions to which Cathol
icism is condemned in Portugal
Hence we, in the name of the Cath
ollc people of the United States, pre
sent to the people of Portugal our
sincere sympathy in the violence and
bitter provocation you are suffering,
adding our hope that in a near future
tho church in Portugal may, as
tlhe past, enjoy peace and liberty end
the full exercise of Its inalienable
Under the au&picee of Trinity Coun
ell, Y. M. I., the largest euchre ever
held In the East End will be given at
the club bouse, Bardstown road and
Morton avenue, on October i24 and
25. It Is expected that the awards to
be made will reach a total of 4 00.
BUILD WITHOUT DEBT.
Work on the new Cathedral of St,
Cecelia In Omaha has been paid for
as it progressed. ine total amount
to date expended Is $229,555.34
This rule will be adhered to until
the Cathedral is ready for use.
FATHER ELLIOTT CHOSEN.
Rev. Walter Elliott, C. S. P., well
known throughout the Catholic world
as a missionary, preacher, spiritual
writer and director of the contempla
tlve life, has taken full charge of the
Apostolic Mission house at Brook-
land. Father Elliott succeeds the
Very Rev. Alexander P. Doyle, C. S
P., who died a few weeks ago. The
new rector was a close personal
friend and companion of Father
Doyle's, and assisted him in the
directing of the Apostolic Mission for
several years. Rev. Walter Elliott is
a veteran of the civil war, and is i
priest of Intense and devoted patriot
ism. In deciding to embrace the
priesthood of the Catholic church he
selected the Congregation of St. Paul,
commonly known as the Paullst or
der. In which to devote his life. He
Is said to be one of the most powerful
and convincing missionary preachers
in the Catholic church today.
GREATEST ATHLETE CATHOLIC,
ONLY TWO LEFT.
LARGEST PAROCHIAL SCHOOL.
All tho officers, encept Haines and
Miles, have dleowned, and denounced
the "Gimrdlaus oi woeru
rank and Me will follow.
Tb Sacred Htwrt parochial school
In New York City, tho largest in the
The country, opened the school year with
a rglbt ration of 2.RO0.
I fancy it would be of interest, if
not arouse the pride of our Cath
olics," writes a distinguished Penn
sylvanla priest to tlhe Catholic Stand
rd and Times, to mention that
James Thorpe, the wonderful Carlisle
Indian who decisively captured the
decathlon and pentathlon events in
tho Olympic games at Stockholm, and
who on September 2 won the all-
around amateur athletic champlon-
bip of America, is a good, exemplary
Catholic, excelling In the practice of
his religion as (he does In feats on
track and field." Thorpe won the
amateur athletic cjhampionship of
America at Celtic Park, New York
City, on Labor day. Ho was flrt in
seven of the ten events which make
tho trying contest, and finished
HBOond to John Uredomus, of Prince
ton, in the other three the polo
vault, one-half tulle walk and Uxteeu
pound (h&mnier throw. Ills total,
476 points. Is a new reco'd for this
competition, beating the previous rec
ord of Martin Sheridan, made three
years ago, by ninety-one points.
Sheets, Spreads and
Price on this occasion decidedly lower than at any
other time, making this the opportune time to buy.
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OPENS SEPTEMBER lO.
ST. BENEDICT'S COLLEGE
The Leading Catholic Educational Institution
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' REV. D. LAVERY. O. S. B.. Director.
FOUNDED IN J8I2.
LORETTO, MARION CO., KENTUCKY.
Conducted by the Sisters of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross
Charming location, healthful environment.
A high Standard maintained for one hundred veare in riihnra
education and discipline. Special attention to music, art, languages
ana to tne details of a rebned education for girls. Address
DIRECTRESS OF ACADEMY,
J Nerinx P. O., Ky.
Academy of the Sacred Heart
CRESCENT HILL. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY.
CONDUCTED BY THE URSULINE SISTERS.
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Mr vr w w l rvioffPTuirce
P. P.; St. Matthews, Ky. Sacred Heart Academy.
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HARD O.V liOTII.
An editor was dylux. but when
the doctor bent over, placed bis ear
on his breast and said, "foor man!
Circulation almost gone!" tbo dying
editor shouted: "You're a liar! Wo
have the largest circulation in the
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Vieo-Prss. aa4 Trias.
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For Streets and Roadways
Office 528 West Jelfersoa Stnet