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KENTUCKY JtiXOIt AMERICAN,
. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. ? ssse ts tbs Social Msrsl iTMcrmctncat at Irlih Americans snt Ctffcollca Officially Indorsed by Aaclsot Ordf ct Hibernians, Yoang Mi.n't lottituts tad CstnoMe Knights of America. K1NTUCKY IWiaH AMIWICAN PftlNTINQ CO.. teorpottd. PnHlshsrs UBSCR1PTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY enter Laatavill MMh m kMa-ClM riauar. Aesrsss all Csaasslssttss Is tk MNTUCMf IMSIt AMERICAN, Jlt-21 Wnt Osssa St. COUNCIL! LOUISVILLE. KY SATURDAY, AUGUST 2', 1913. catholic scnmntKs. If there are any who really think that the Catholic church forbids 1U members to read the Bible, let them ask at any Catholic bookseller's for a Catholic Bible. Perhapa they are unaware that the Bible has been transmitted to them by the monastic copyista of the ages before the print ing press; that the church has al ways striven to preserve the purity of the text and to encourage Biblical studies; that Catholic vernacular versions preceded the Protestant, and that selections from the Scripture are read In church In the vernacular. Catholic editions must also have the approval of Bishop .as a safeguard against errors of translation and comment. FOLlfllV THlt AntlCK. It will soon be school time. The vacation days will be over In lens than two weeks. The serious mat ter of seeing to the education of the hearts and minds of boys and girls, young'men and young women, will confront parents and guardians. Don't make the mistake of letting any consideration tempt you to send those In your care to a non-Catholic school. In our day and age, where and how and hy whom a child is edu cated Is more Important than ever. Bend them where their hearts and souls will get consideration as well ,oir mental development. This Is the advice given by one of enr 'exchange, and it would be profitable to Catholics If they followed it in spirit and letter. name and Intention of progress and democracy does not establish that pioceeding aa salutary. It la quite possible that the extension of the franchise to women, with all that U Implies, may have such far reach ing consequences that they will some day stampede back on their track in an effort to undo what they have done In a blind pursuit of progress. RESULT NOT FEARED. COMING EVENTS. Ancient Order of Hiber niansAnnual reunion and picnic. Phoenix Hill Park, Aug ust 26. St. Brlgld's OnMen and supper party, August 19-27, on church grounds. Church of Our Lady Lawn fete, chufch grounds. Thirty fifth and Rudd, August 26-27. Hospital Iavrn Festival For St. Mary and EHfabath Hospital,-on hospital grounds, August 27. Trinity Council Excursion to Mammoth Cave, August 31. Catholic KnlghM of Amer ica Excursion to Jasper,. Ind., via Southern Railway, August 31. Church of St. Francis of Assist All day picnic and din ner, on church grounds, Bnrd town road, September 8. ONE DOLLAR a, month keeps you on the payroll I of disability caused ness or accident. Ca afford to be without this protection? LSTRANSYLVANIAfflSacO. L N Canada, Gen'ISupt. Ben L Bruner, President. Sixth Floor, Paul Jones Building Regis Canevin, Bishop of the Pitts- ' IUI I ICIf burgh diocese, and other relatives. I'lUSIV Mrs. Norah Donley, who visited her sister, Mrs. William Mandlehr, has returned to her home at Frankfort, accompanied by Wins Aline Donley and Miss Mary Mandlehr. DANCING ANNUAL REUNION AND VICNIC UNDER AUSPICES OF THE Deputy Sheriff ,TX J. HefTernao and wife and daughter, Miss Catherine Qrlmea HerTernan, and Dennis Heffer- oan, Jr., left Sunday for a two weeks' sojourn at Grayson Springs. VAVaWVVS g SOCIETY. J Mrs. J. T. Fitzgerald la spending some time at Hardin Springs. Mrs. Henry Pasllck, Deer Park, has gene to Chicago for a visit with Mrs. C. E. Braun. Lawrence Haming left Sunday for a ten days' visit with relatives at Albemarle, Ky. - Honest Protestants should take the Catholic church at what ahe pro fesses to be In her authoritative con fcrslons, no)t try to make her out what she Is not. We judge of the lew of the land by Its statutes. IWe even take its own tribunals' Inter pretation of these statutes. Why, then, controvert the teaching of the Catholic church from any but her tun sourcesT She does not deceive, she does not want to conceal any thing, she can give a reason and the best of reasons for iher faith. Why. tun f.vo it,. fotimn. f w ,. Will J. O'Connor was last wek a ,! v'titor In New York City, the guest "M ucueuc. tf tne Hotel McAlphin. Miss Winulfred O'Connor has re turned from a week'a trip to Niagara Falls and Toronto. Mrs. Charles Fontana, 2622 Bank street, was last week the .guest of relatives In Chicago. Thomas Tarpy and wife left Wednesday for Vevay, Ind., to far (Iclpat.e in the'rentennlal home-com ing there and visit the friends and scenes of the latter's childhood days, Misses Mary and Nellie Flnegan will leave tomorrow on a visit to their sister, Mrs. Peter Jennings, who is located at Lake Cormorant Miss. They expect to ho gone about two weeks. Miss Nettie McOnlro, of West Chestnut street, and her nieces Misses Mary and Rose Mcdutre, of 923 Gray street, are home from n two weeks' stay at Prospect and in the country. Mrs. M. J. Gathof, accompanied by her son, 8ylveetr Gathof, who has been spending the simmer with her daughter, Mrs. Albert C. Gnan at Covington, is expected to arrive home today. KO CATHOLIC P.1RTV. Archbishop Keane, of Dubuque, speaking on Sunday at the Federa tion convention in Milwaukee, de clared that Catholic? have no Inten tion whatsoever to form a politic?! We have no friends to reward and ifs enemies to punish, so as to make us flock by ourselves in the pursuit of self Interests. We do not ' desire to be separated from the great body of American citizens. We are free to be Democrats, Republicans or Progressive!, every one according to bis own convictions, and we are per; tectly free to follow out any purelj political principle or policy now be fore the American people without let or hindrance from anybody. In the few matters which Involve faith or morals we should be guided by Cath olic principles, but in the wide field of public affairs entirely wcular ev ery Catholic may do and vote as he himself thinks to be best for the public welfare. We want noathoMc party and we hope that there will b no Methodist party, no Hebrew party, no denominational party of any kind. We Americans shoi'ld ot split up on religious lines. The con stitutiou requires that there .ball be no religious test for public office The religious line therefora should not be drawn for or againBt any one, The question to be asked about can didates should be these only: Is he competent? Is he trustworthy? Whether he Is a Baptist or a Presby terlan, a Maiion or a Knight Templar, a member of the B'nal Brith or a member of the K. C. should not be asked. The principles of civil ana religious liberty should be ob.erv3d and enojyed by all American citizens name, permit the weeds she has tl.rown from her garden ,to speak for her life, teachings or aspirations? It is not fair Protestants want to be fair, we think. Let them only consider this honest Invitation then and examine what .the Catholic church is honestly. We do not fear M,Bg Therega Hogan WM , fecent ti e result. These declarations, made visitor In Indianapolis, the guest of by our neighboring contemporary, ' Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Hogan. the Christian Year, are truthful nd deserve widespread publicity for 1 Henry J. Michael, Jr., will return ' Linnrlflv frnm a. twn wopItr' 110n.fi1n nf rest at Olympian Springs. I Mrs. Frank Fife, Denmark avenue, has as her guest for the week Mrs. W. Haley, of Covington, Misses Marcella O'Connor ard Blanche Carr, who are now visiting friends In Norfolk, will make a trip to Atalntic City. New York and Bea ton before returning home about September 1. Miss Katherlne Sullivan, -of this city, and Miss Helen. Glbbs, of New Albany, have been honor guests at a number of social affairs at Frank fort, where they have been spending a couple of weeks. the good they will effect. There Is good reason to believe that Germany will not be biased by England's action in refusing to ex hibit at the Panama Exposition. This belief is based on the fact that al ready many German manufacturers have given assurance that they will take part with exhibits. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Doyle loft Thursday noon for a trip to New York and other Eastern points. Mrs. William Woifenberger and daughters. Misses Birdie May and Margaret Woifenberger, 734 South Twenty-fourth street, "have returned from Bowling Green, where thej have been spending the summer. Among the sojourners at Grayson Springs the past week were Sheriff A. M. Emler and wife- and daughter, H. H. Emler, A. M. Emler, Jr., Mr. Attorney Clem W. Huggins and his.ecd Mrs. J Houlihan and Misses Mar. mother have gone to Olympian Springs for a stay of two weeks. . With Its last issue the Toledo Record began its ninth year, and congratulations are extended Man ager and Editor James Nolan. The Record has well deserved the liberal support accorded it, which should continue and Increase. There was a large stten lance It. all the Catholic churches In Louis ville on the Feast of the Assumption, which shows that our people are im bued with the true spirit of rellgloj. Last Sunday Cardinal llampolla passed his seventieth birthday. GARDKV PARTY WITH HCPPF.P.. SENSIULK. Miss Minnie Bronson, noted for her womanly sense, discussing the question, "Is woman suffrage a healthy thought?" expresses the be lief that a large proportion of those who advocate woman suffrage do so because they regard It as part ot a general political progresb, the last stage in a democratic form ot gov ernment, and to any one who does not allow herself to think what la Involved in the assertion that woman Is entitled to the franchise because man has secured it this view seems sufficient for a whole hearted sup port of the cause. But before such a stupendous governmental change as woman suffrage Is accepted as a part of progress and democracy it is wise to determine first whether U is pro gressiva in a beneficent sense ot the word, whether it may not be diverg ing instead ot progressing, even though it may seem to be merely the extension of a part alroady tried. Also it a political principle, whether democratic or not, carried to its logical conclusion, lands women 1n a state of society which would not be a good state of society, then the lirlnciple, even If democratic, had better not be carried to such a con clusion. In other words, conferring political powsr on women In ths The ladies of the parish of the Sacred Heart Retreat will give a de lightful garden party, with euchre, lotto and good, sld-tlme countrj supper, next Tuesday afternoon and tvening at the residence ot Mr. Boone Gardiner, at Bardatown road and Gardiner lane, where the Kan lucky nurseries have been thrown open to the Pasaionlst fathers and their friends. Eucbre and lotto will be played at 4 and 8 o'clock and many valuable prizes will bo award ed. There will be good music and other amusements in plenty o en tertain both young and old. Any one who enjoys a trip to the countr with the prospect of good company and a bounteous supper to make the evening pleasant will do well te attend this garden party Tuesday. Take the Jefferson car to the city limits, where automobiles and other conveyances will take visitors to the beautiful grounds. All friends ot the Sacred Heart Retreat and tle new school are cordially invited and promised a good time. BUSINESS TRAINING. Misses Mary McCann and Rosannt McCann are spending a month at Athertonville, visiting theJr father. Miss Virginia Cowan, of Paytor, Ohio, is here visiting her aunts, the Micses O'Neill, West Breckinridge street. guret and Ethel Gordon, Mary Egan and Josephine Boarman, all ot Louis ville. Mrs. Joe App and Miss Irene Con nelly, of Parkview, left Sunday for Detroit, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bowser. Mr. and Mrs. S. Nicholas Gnthof and sou, Marshall Gathof, who have been spending the summer at Cnssa Uianca, the beautiful country home of Mrs. Charles E. Marshall, on th Kentucky river, are expected to re turn to the city not later than Sep tember 1. KEEFE AS HOST. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staueble, 1806 Frankfort avenue,- have re turned from a visit to relatives in Cincinnati. The Louisville and New Albany delegates to the Grand Council con- . . 1 . . ir r t ... Mrs. Michael Hlggins, ot Oakdale, - ' ".".a , ' 13 sepndlng two weeks visiting friends J Ige8 Tf p ' eta at Ellzabethtown. Nolln and Lebanon &ad JlinCtlOn. (V aln A ma 4 ,at thov were entertained every minute dur ing their stay and personally escort ed them to the great Heinz plant, Forbes Field ball park and other places of interest, and the slogan of the local boys is that nothing is too good for Keefe when he visits Louis ville. Dr. James Casper, who was one of the delegates from Mackin Council, states that before his next trip out of town he Intends to Join the A. O. H., as his experiences in Pittsburgh convinced him that th Hibernians are the first wwd la hospitality. Misses Lillie and Kate Casey, who have been in New York for a stay at the Hotel McAlphin, are expected home today. Mrs. Julia Owen, of TnrtiananclK returned home this week after a visit here as the guest of Mr. and Mn. Patrick Owens. Miss Irene Nlooulln returned home last week from St. Mary of the Knobs, Ind., where she had. spent ithe first half of the month. Creager's Business School, Second and Breckinridge, though not an old school, takes rank with Louisville's most proficient educational institu tions. Parents who have sons or daughters seeking a business educa tion will find here taught the latest aod most widely approved methods, Prof. Creager offers courses in bookkeeping, penmanship, rapid cal culation, the adding machine, spell ing, shorthand, typewriting, corre spondence, filing, letter-press work. duplicating and other commercial subjects. Pupils may take all or as many of these subjects ss desired. and have the prlvllego of paying monthly without being bound by contracts. Creager's graduates have attained conspicuous positions in the business community, and their suc cess Is that school's highest recom mendation. Prof. Croager has pre pared lor a considerable enrolUnuct this season and will conduct both day and night sessions throughout the year. ' Mr. and Mrs. John J. Flynn, West Broadway, will leave ?iext week ttr a trip to Atlantic City, New.York and other Eastern points. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Sullivan and family,. of Cherokee road, left this peek to spend the remainder of the Hiinmer at West Baden Springs. GOOD WOMAX GONE. Misses Anabel Curran and Mary Joe Sullivan and Owen Sullivan, Jr., of Cherokee road, are ihome from a delightful visit to Mammoth Cave. Mrs. Joseph Kestler, of Jefferson- vllle, spent last week at St. Mary ot the Woods, near Terrs Haute, visiting Ser daughter. Sister Mary Laurlna. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Murphy and daughters. Misses Honor, iBenlta and Dennis, have returned from a three weeks' stay at Sweet Sulphur Springs tn Virginia. Miss Josephine Scbmuck baa been the guest of the Misses Gertrude and Lorena Sehmuek at Cannelton, where t number of social affairs were given In her honor. Sister Alexia, Superior of St. Michael's Convent, returned this week to the East, af'.er visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, O'Sullivan, Seventh street. Dr. (W. B. Hendricks. Henry Nadorf and wife, J. C. Holllban, Miss Minnie May Christ and Miss Julia Deckel, of this city, have been spending the week at White Mills. Mrs. Martin Doolan. one' of the oldest residents of Limerick and a pioneer member ot the Dominican church, died Wednesday evening at rtie family residence, 719 West St. Catherine street, after a short ill ness. Beloved by her neighbors and fortified by the sacraments of the church, of which she was a faith ful member, Mrs. Doolan pacsed to her eternal reward after a well spont Christian life, mournod by the many who knew her. Besides her husband she Is survived by thr"" daughters, Mrs. John J. Toomev, Mrs. Jotw C. Den and Miss Mary Doolan. Tho funeral took place from St. Louis Bertrand's church yesterday morning at 8:30. with Interment in St. Louis cemetery. County 'Board and Ladies' cluxitiaty, A. O. H. "Phoenix Hill Park, Tuesday, Aug. 26, 193 REFRESHMENTS TICKETS 10 CTS. GAYETY THEATER On WMt, Commnelns; Bund? MsttaM, Last Season's Big Success, Talk of Louisville. The Call of the Heart BY LETA VANCE. With the Ssms All-Star Csst Headed by the Popular John Nicholson and Ann Hamilton mCES Sunday Matlnes 10c, J Be, 16c and 60c. Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day Matlnres, 1,000 seats at 25c Nights lvc, xoc, 3bc, ooc ana 70o. Next vVeek Lavendar and Old Lace. Third Annual Excursion GIVEN BY TRINITY COUNCIL, Y. M. I., TO MAMMOTH CAVE PONTAINE FERRV 1 THB PARK BBAUT1FUL 1 Xtrngood Vaudeville 10c Lr5 10c Free Concerts by Natiello s Band BIO NEW SWIMMING POOL Entirely sanitary. Frcita running wt ter. KNICUTS OP COMBtS. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else ' where. An initiation bas strengthened the council at Esbon, Kan. About 125 are expected to take the fourth at & Reno on Sunday, October 12. Great preparations are being made for the Oklahoma State convention at El. Reno on October 13. Positive announcemont bas been made that the fourth degree will be exemplified In Cincinnati on the first or third Sunday in October. Hon. James Manahan, of Minne apolis, Congressman at large from Minnesota, Is a Knight of Columbus. He never before held public office. Forty candidates were piloted over the road that leads to Knighthood last Sunday at Jonesbcra. Ark., where a new council was instituted. WELCOME VISITOR. Jerry Walsh, formerly of this city but for many years past holding; a responsible position in the Govern ment Printing Office at Washington, was a caller at the Kentucky Irish rcerlcan office on Wednesday. He was en route to the nation's capital efter a visit with his brother, Attor ney Thomas Walsh, to their old home lu Indiana. Appearances Indicate that Washington life agrees with Jerry, who looks hale and hearty and no older than when he set type in Louisville in the eighties. BOTH BAURY8 HOME. IN1ERKBTKD IS PICMC. CALLED ON WILSON. John J. Barry, editor of ths New Haven Echo, who has been spending the past ten days In Washington, was caller on President Wilson oo Wednesday. He was accompanied by Representative Bea Johnson and had uulte a lengthy friendly conference slth ths President. Miss Mamie Brennan. of Wet Chostnst street, aid cousin, Miss Julia D rummy, of Lexington, are spending a two weeks' vacation at French Lick Springs, Miss El sis McDermott, of Dumes nll street, and Miss Bessie McDer nuott, ot Portland, spent a pleasant reek as ths guests of Mrs. W. Arnold at Flora 'Heights. B. T. Lark in, of West Jefferson siret, has just returned from a visit to Pittsburgh, whore he was the guest of his cousin. Right P''. Division 8,. A. O. H.. held a largely attended meeting lat Monday evening with President Hugh Houri gan In the chair. Much interest was manifested in the reunion and picnic to he given by the ordor at Phoenix Hill Park next Tuesday, and the fol lowing list of repres-iutatlves from Division 8 will have charge of the box office and gat: John P. Price, Jcbn O. Hesslon, Thomas Noone, P. T. Sullivan, John .1. Hesxlon, it-. Thomas Stevens and Hugh Hourlgan. The Investlgatin Commttte re ported favorably on two candidates and three application! for member ship were received. FONTAINE FERRY FEATURES. Ths excellent vaudeville bill, the swimming pool, free open air band concerts and other features continue to draw large crowds dajly to Fon Ulne Ferry Park. Home-coming va cationists ars thronging this popular pleasure resort and augmenting ths attendance. Manager Bllger will make the closing weeks ths best of ths most successful season ths Ferry has ever experienced. FORESTRY. John J. Barry, the local Democratic leader, and brother, Ed Barry, our popular County Assessor, and their families returned today from a two weeks' stay at Dawson Springs, where this popular duo of bothers went to recuperate after their strenuous work 1n behalf of George Schlegel for the County Assessor nomination In the recent primary. GOES TO NEBRASKA. Sister Mary Raymond, ot tbe Dominican order, who has baen hre during the vsoatlon period, left Tues day for Hastings, Neb., where she taught school last year. Bafore en tering ths convent Sister Mary Ray mond was Miss Anna Hlne and is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas II Hlnes, of South Sixth street, where many of her girl friends called on her during her stay. $5.50 VIA L. & N. SUNDAY, AUGUST 31, 1013. Round Trip, Which Include Rt ilroad Fare, Dinner and Cave Fee. $5.50 Tickets now on sale at Louisville & Nashville Ticket Office. Train leaves Union Station, Tenth and Broadway, at 9 A. M. Returning arrsves at 10:15 P. M HOSPITAL FESTIVAL Benefit Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. On Hospital Grounds, Wednesday, August 27 AFTERNOON AND EVENING. ' Eurchre and Lotto, Sumptuous Warm Supper, Many Amusement Attractions and Awarding of Prizes. 59 Years On Guard" Your Money Guarded On Interest m The interest and all that a part of your weekly earnings would soon amount to in this safe old bank will come in mighty handy one of these days for helping you to buy a new home, pick up a good paying investment or start you in a business of your own. . Bring us regularly a part of your earnings and we will pay you interest on it compounded every six months until you are ready to use it . For 59 years we have been faithfully safeguarding the people's money and we offer you the same protection under the direct supervision of the State of Kentucky. A dollar deposit Itartt you. Begin today. It is what you tave that counts' German Insurance Bank 207-211 W. Market Street Betwsen 2nd and 3rd HCViHwllW: A. P. WIbUm; Vic Pm. J.CRoUrt.CMhMt, EdmWKlRapn.AMl.Cul. Mia E. Huh. Mgr. Sarinn Dap. I.AWN FETE. Monday and Tuesday evenings there will be a lawn . fete on the church grounds, Twenty-seventh and Chestnut, for ths benefit of St Claries Borromeo enurch, of which ths Rev. Charles P. Raffo is pastor, Ths ladles of the congregation will serve supper each evening from 5 to 8 o'clork. Those who attend will certainly spend an, enjoyable evening LOOK OUT FOIt THEM. The value of ths work the Govern ment hss been doing for the preserva tion of ths national forests Is becom ing generally known and appreciated. Twenty-two Btates, Including Hawaii, now employ 6t&t foresters. The Kentucky Iridh American would again call to the attention of its readers that any person or per sons who go around soliciting alms for charitable purposes should have credentials from the Bishop or Vicar General granting them permission to do so. Several homes have been vis ited recently by solicitors whose rep resentations remain unverified. MTDS17MMKB. FESTIVAL. The ladles of the Altar Society of St. James church will give a mid summer festival on the grounds of Lawrence Kallner next Wednesday afternoon and svenlng, with euchre snd lotto In ths sfternoon at S snd In ths evening st . An elegant fiutrh supper will be served through out ths afternoon and evening. The DIRECTORS-HaniyAknaladt, CWSclok. Jr, AlftaJ Strack. Edw. F. Patar. Cao. Kopmaiar. Haniy C. WalUck. A. P. WmkW. 1 jo X TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAM Vanilla, Strawberry, Chocolate, Orange, Pineapple and ) Other Flavors. EVERYTHING SANITARY. $1.00 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY. grounds ars located on tbs Bards town road, near Buerhel CATHOLIC ATlIXKTUa The great International Catholio athletic society meet, which will be a part of ths Constanttnlaa celebration in Rome, will bs held on Septembs S. Twelve nations will be repre sented by about 10,000 athletes, who will be received in special audience by tbs Holy rather. CENTRAL FURNITURE CO. Incorporate i N. W. Cer. TblrJ sst Qrces Sts. Ws furalsb ths boms esn piste oa easy payments. WN. CAL1AQHAN, Mgr. tstss Itest.