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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I I Iii k I IRISH AMERIcAN IVOLUME XXIIINO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 1909 PRICE FIVE CENI EXCELLENT Beginning Administration oi- tLouisvilles Rejuvenated Democracy Mayor Head Is At the Helm and Picks Ills Crew of Seamen Louisvilles Ship of State Starts On Cruise 01 Four Years ABLE MEN FOR ALL PLACES It is Mayor Head now and there is every indication that he Intends tp be Mayor of all the people and not subservient to any class or fac tion His first adtiress and his ap pointments thus for made show that the people were wise in their choice of a chief executive of the city If he makes mistakes they will be er rors of the head and not of the heartThe new Mayor was inaugurated at nopif Tuesday in the presence of a throng that filled the Council chamber Half an hour before he had been met at the Seelbach by the Kentucky Colonels and Mor bachs Band These acted as his es cort to the City Hall En route the heavens opened and the rain poured In torrents At the same time the wind blew great gales but the fury of the elements had no terrors braved Louisville the Democracy weather to cheer forI new Mayor and his escorts On riving at the City naIl Mr Head was conducted to the Council cham ber by William J OHearn Presi dent of the Kentucky Colonels There was little fuss or ceremonyI Judge Shackelford Miller was on hand and administered the oath of office It had been planned to have the Mayor make his inaugural au dress from u stand outside the City Hall but bad weather made this im possible Instead he spoke from the dais in the Councilchamber After announcing his official cabinet Mayor W 0 Head briefly outlined the course lie irifejmlcd to pursue during the next four years lie promised to devote the best clergr r jSh1lt rfttb nr4lto give Louisville a good city govern ment that he hind been elected on n platform that pledged a wise economic and progressive policy and that it would be his constant endeavor to live up to that pledge Mayor heath was brief but emphatic on the subject of Sunday closing and those who know him under stand that saloons will not open on Sunday lie also stated that graft gorernImentpromised cleaner and better streets Another pledge he made was to maintain the Police and Fire depart ments at the highest possible stan nrds Mayor Heads first iIpointees were ns follows Board of Public Works Chairman Caldwell Norton Major W A Colston John D Wakcfield SafetyChairmanEdward Pendleton Beckley Chief of Police Major II Watson INightI Chief of DetectivesCapt John CarneyChief DepartmentCaptlien Health Officer Dr Edward Grant First Assistant Dr E 0 Wither spopn Second Assistant Dr Grit fin C Kelly JfospltolDrCity Buyer R B Green As sistant John Bean DugonSuperintendentI Hos WhlttenburgCity M Wil liltte Assistant John Hancock Gas Inspector Jolis W Vreclaml All of these gertlemn are well known in Louisvilles butfncss and professional circles and ech was thoughtlieNorton is a well known financier and Is Vice President of the Corn mercfal Bonk and Trust Company Major William A Colston is Assistant Comptroller of the Louisville 4 Nashville Railroad Company a S veteran of the Louisville Legion and the Spanish American war He Is a Kentuckian a gentleman a soldier und nwjjjpf affairs John A Wake field isa newspaper man of abilitj andfwsrvfidi the city before as a member of the Board of Public Safety SnfetttllereEdward f Tierney was City Auditor for sixteen years and for six a mem Safety1Iecity at heart and has Its business at lila lingers ends Rush C Wat kins was for several years connected with the meat packing in J duatry of Louisville and is now eon r nectefl with the real estate depart ment of thin Columbia Finance and Trust Company Pendleton C 1 BeckVey IB a young attorney andlis- ut present Second Vice President of the Louisville Commercial Club Major Watson llha ey the new Chief of Police 1 Ii a xatlya of Louis ville and a ret ranol the Spanish American war Since his return froM the Philippine ne hs tara BCffe4 in buin M arid baa been MC9Mful 1bJ n instead of words It is predicted that he will give Louisville a work ing police force rather than a fancy dress one Second In command is Major Patrick Ridge the night Chief Ho fits in the job like Jt was made for him He held it for six years before anti lost out on ac count of politics He has served in every capacity in the department during the last twentyfive years and none dare say aught against him Capt John P Carney the new Chief of Detectives is another right man in the right place He is not only a veteran policeman but a former Captain of Police and has at nil times shown great ability as a detective At the time of his ap pointment he was conducting the Peoples Meat Market ou East Jef ferson street His new duties will not conflict with his business inter ests Few men in Louisville are more popular than Ben Dillon the new Fire Chief lie is not only a firefighter of experience but has held every position of responsibility in the department With Dr Edward Grant as head of the Health department Dr Joseph W Fowler as Superintendent of the City Hospital and Dr Ira Whltten burg Superintendent of the Eruptive Hospital the hygiene of the city ought to be well looked after R n- Oreen the new City Buyer has been Secretary of tIe Louisville Tobacco Exchange for several years and will make a safe and sane buyer for the city John W Vreeland the new I iiiIfurther introduction Samuel M I Wiljilte who succeeds himself as I City Comptroller held that office I under Mayors Grainger Barth Blngham and Grinstead lie is not only an expert accountant but a I careful and painstaking official Associated with him is Col JohnI Hancock who has been in the office with him for eight years and who previously served the city as Councilman Alderman and City Treasurer Of the many appointments there are few that gave IrishAmericans and Democrats generally more pleasure than that of Frank Dugan as Wharfmaster Mr Dugan served the city several years as Inspector of Weights and Measures and is always a wheelhorse Democrat Titus far altof Mayor Heads appoint ments are to be commend- edPROGRESSIVE POLES Almost Million Spent on Parish Structures In Chicago c J1 Irish and German American Catholics all over the United States can learn a lesson in thrift energy and selfsacrifice for holy mother church from time PolishAmerican Catholics of Chicago St Stanislaus new church with Its school buildings residence for priests and parochial halls represents an out lay of 800000 All of this has been paid by the congregation with the exception of 300000 which it is expected wilt be liquidated Within two years because the Polish people are liberal in their contribu tions tp the church In 1876 a stone building costing 65000 was erected on the site of the present structure In 1889 a 95000 school building was but this burned in 1000 erectedI stead has been erected St al1l11UICmore than 3000 children attend daily They are taught by forty five nunsIFather Stanislaus RdgulskI assistant priests all of 1he Order of the Resurrection are kept busy ministering to the needs of the immense flock The mammoth buildings have been planned with an idea of furnishing all the people with profitable recreation amuse ment and education There ore mothers clubs altar societies so dalltlesn gymnasium theater night school and even a dance hulL Moreover It has an orphan asylum a home for tho aged and infirm and n complete printing plant and prints an afternoon newspaper six lays a week CENTRAL BODY Of C Kof A Will Elect Officers at Next Meeting Central Coihmittee C K pf AM met in regular session on Friday night of last week with President Schalda presiding and nine branches represented by one or more members Eencouraging reports were read from nearly all tho branches affiliated It was announced that the new djfectory would bor ady for distribution in January Presi dent Schalda announced that the election and installation of officers would take place at tie next meeting The following nominations wcrc made Spiritual Directorhey Father B H Vesterrna- nPreslnentEngemie McCarthy Vice President Ben JCruse and Den Becknumi- rSecretaryVilhiani T Meehan an MoBtedonlcpTreasurer vJfalkt eentfnelJOIIepq P McGinn and Charles Hlil u- Tru ltee Capt John I B Murphyf Xewton Q Rogers Harry As Ytene uwn Rttirjf Boeqiwt Joe Werneri uhnd Loul Qteiner Before JH meethif adjourned 1r WB T 6 fun c t FIGHTING On the British Budget Will Be Resumed In Parliament Monday i Blrrcll Irish Land Bill Doomed Until Atcr the General Election Unionist Leader ol Lords Says Subject Is Wearisome One- SUTHERLANDS VERY PLAIN TALK The beginning of tuc end of the fight over the LloydGeorge budget will commence in the House of Lords on Monday next Both sides hoc hind a fortnights respite from the fierce fighting anti all are ready if not eager for time fray It is more than probable that the Lords will reject the budget In that case the present Government will doubtless step down and out in that event the Brrell Irish land bill must be held in abeyance too until alter a general election Hugh B Sutherland associate editor of the Philadelphia North American who recently returned from a tour of Ireland in an ed itorial In his paper last Sunday summed up the Irish land bill situation very succinctly Hen if it is disappointing to Irishmen and to IrishAmericans it appears to cover the situation adequately Mr Sutherland writes The Irish land bill the last link in the chain meant to bind the ten ant farmer to his homestead and take the place of the oldtime fet ters that linked him with slavery seems to be doomed for this session of Parliament at least It went to completeInCommons mutilated and useless By a vote of 219 to 54 time popular chamber of the British legislature refused to agree to the amendments of the Peers and as a result the bill is returned them for further considerationBearing mind time fact that the House of Lords represents in its membership an overwhelming Tory majority that it is just now espe cml yBoieabuutitlit budget d the House of Commons has forced policycnllghteneuthere will reverse its decision upon the land bill On the contrary it is more than likely that the wreckers of the measure in the Lords Clan ricardo Clonbrock Atkinson Qltn raven and others of that antiIrish ilkwill render compromise Impos sible and thus sound time dcathkncll of the mehsure The third reading and passage of time mutilated bill in the House of slgnlflconUJthe ing Ireland is treated by the heredi cJlomIa most unfortunate fact that the mangling in committee had been exclusively carried on by noble Lords from Ireland and that it English partial view of time subject To this latter expression of regret Lord Lansdowne tho Unionist leader in the House of Lords had time ready rejoinder that the reason that Peers not connected with irelartd gave the subject rather a wide berth was accounted for by the fact that the subject was a most wearisome Quo No solitary sentence in any ar raignment of the House of Lords could possibly give clearer or more eloquent expression to its general attitude toward Ireland than this brutally frank enunciation pf the Government leader Here was a measure of evenhanded justice af fecting thousands of Irishmen a measure upon which the peace and prosperity of a country largely de pended yet purely because they re garded it as a beastly boreuor damned Jrisll nuisance the mis crable clique that mainly pwes its position as lawmakers to the ned dent of birth evades discussion of it and leaves to an irreconcilable and reactionary minority of Irish alegislativetheir sworn and their bounden duty to examine to discuss to reject or to approve With the average English Tory Peer regarding Jrisji legislation as- a wearisome subject and the average Irish Peer dead set against itI Irelands chances for reforms through the House of Lords are slim so slim indeed that we are forced to regard the Irish mail bill as within the shadow of the spin land1 MORE STRINGENT RULES A Rome correspondent of the New York Herald writes The six hun dred Redemptprlsts of the United States hi common with those of the rest Of time world will be iinterested in a recent decision of the Cpiigrer Cation of Religious which Ms just b riimade public It concerns thei VigKtx of individual Redemptorlsts to TK MM unit ue prppertjv Their right tp do so is recognised within otrtain limits but they are not al 10ed to form capital or JMfp ac oowftti in their own nj k an4 l r1b4 t dIpUtf S is limited to their more immediate relatives or to florae lpious purpose superiorsVerylaid down for nil religious bodies in the United States and elsewhere regarding the contracting of debts These provisions nrea part of the new legislation which Ms to form the generali laws of thet churclv after lOll MAJOR PATRICK RIDGE Time Now Night Chief of Police NEW IRISH STAR I tr Jftelone Wins Plaudits inJGrand Oper Students anti critics of grand opera in New York and Philadelphia are going wild over njncw tenor Ho is nOt an Italian neither is ho a Frenchman or a Spaniard He is plain John McCormack and he hulls from Athlone Ireland Moreover he is only twcntyfodifi years old Reginald Do Koven and other com potent critics in New York praised his singing tout admitted that he was new in the art of acting his part The truth is that his voice wns only discovered two years ago In Philadelphia last Saturday night he appeared in Imcia dl Lam mermoor with Luisa Tetrazlni as Lucia while McCormack essayed thff role of Edgardo The critic of the Philadelphia North American fU S- And so it came to pass that the voice that came out over tTJe foot jheartbreakingSturanis then almost as nobly ak TetrazJnls Jovpwas not thgvgJseivofJJfiSar mack after all It was tile voice of Athlone quiet Athlone m both sides of the Shannon with its name all plaintive like a girls green little Athlone tucked away in the quiet twilight on tile other side of the world with the scent of the bogs driving over its deserted fielrts and its little church bells tinkling away 0 Sunday mornings Thats what it was And wasnt there something in that figure of the brave gossoon that stamped out in brave trappings to put Athlone Athlone in rank with Paris anti Berlin and nome and Munich as n producer of the raw stuff of grand opera It was enough to take ones breath away to think of the daring of it MADE MERRY Members of St Johns Be nevolent Society Cele brated Anniversary The members of St Johns Benev olent Society anti their friends cele brated the twentieth anniversary of that organization at Phoenix lull Park PII Wednesday night Time society iis madoupof men of St Vincent de Paul cpngregatipn and has accomplished great good In its twenty years of life It seemed that the entire St Vin cent de Paul parish had turned out in honor of The occasion so great was the throng at Phoenix Hill Park Ben Speaker called the meet- Ing to order and introduced John Dodt the first President of the society Mr Dodt made an Interest ing talk on the history of the or ganization and briefly outlined the good that its members had accom plished President Reiss made a brief address and told what the thoprcsenttimeevening also made a brief address organization months and Was fully able to talk Of lIghteretmUttfe four yearphi tot sang several solos inn delightfully childish treble Miss Mabel Tiny gave several recitations that elicited applause After the literary programme had been con cluded refreshments were served in abundance Time floor was then cleared and young folks danced the hours away All who attended wished St Johns Benevolent So ciety many happy returns pf the day MOIU3 PRIESTS NEEDED pimpersItportant Papal audience of last week was that given tu MbnsigriorI Agius IalmyraandApostolicI pines Pope Plus X Showed the deepest interest In the account given i y lila Delegate l plained that time Treated the houri in the Phill lnereM loth fiumU Coniiifnor Aglua v other audience wit lote he returns tprinjr REASONS Why Americans Should Thank Almighty God This Year President Taft Issues Annual Proclamation to This Nation Bounteous Crops and Freedom From Calamity AVe Owe to Creator SPRINGS FROM PURITAN CUSTOM I As is customary President Taft has issued a proclamation declaring dayTimespeaksforBy the President of the United States of America A proclamation Time season of tile year has re turned when in accordance with the reverent custom established by our forefathers the people of the United States are wont to meet in their usual places of worship on a day of thanksgiving appointed by the civil magistrate to return thanks to God for the great mercies and benefits which they have en joyedDuring the past year we have been highly blest No great calami ties or flood or tempest or epidemic have befallen us We have lived in quietness undisturbed by Wars or rumors of wars Peace and the plenty of bounteous crops anti of great industrial production animate a cheerful and resolute people to all the renewed energies of benefi cent industry and material and moral progress It is altogether fitting that we should humbly anti gratefully acknowledge the divine source of these blessings Therefore I hereby appoint Thursday the twentyfifth day of November as a day of general thanksgiving anti I call upon the people on that day laying aside their usual vocations to repair to their churches and unite in appro priate services of praise and thanks to Almighty Got In witness whereof I have hereunto set my lhand and caused the rsenl of the UnitedSfates tobeaffixed Done at the City of Washington this fifteenth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and nine and of the Independence of the United States the one hundred and thirtyfourth Thanksgiving day is an annual national holiday by custom and is always preceded by a lproclamation of the President of the United States It sprang from the old Puritan custom of holding religious thanksgiving services in the fall of each year after the crops hind been harvested After the Colonies had gained their independence the custom was followed throughout the length anti breadth of the land It shows that there is a deep seated religious feeling in the American people even though it does not appear on tIme surface Every President 1 has en couraged that religious feeling by proclaiming a day df thanksgiving to the great Creator anti Giver of all gifts on the lat Thursday in November of each ea- rPRESiDENT TAFT Makes Address at Golden Jubilee of Catholic Church The people of St Aloyslusparlsh Washington D C celebrated tire golden jubilee of that church with a grand parade last Sunday after noon As the parade passed Presi dent Taft Cardinal Gibbons and Ions gnor Falconlo the Papal Delegate stood on the church steps anti smiled their approval as time marchers passed by Preceding the parade President TaR made a brief address lIe was introduced to time assembled crowd by time Rev Father Eugene McDonnell rector of the church who rc ferred to the fact that fifty years ago James Buchanan who was then President of the United States was present at time dedication of thfe churchI glad to be present on this occasion tIle golden jubilee of the foundation of this church In our country In this Government and under our constitution there Is no union of Church and State This has leOn sometimes misunderstood by those who did not fcnpw our In stltutlons oann indication that there vas something hostile on the part of our Government toward or some lack qf sympathy wltht1le church of God This is as far as possible front time truth and I have always sought in assisting every such church on Interesting occasions like thin to estlfy by my presence aftd by words of congratulation that there is nothing which time country anti the people pf the United States JBO lependuJlonf or progress and advancement of thei- rLIt as time Influence anti power of ecommunltyd here today thereforef to Jate Father McDonnell and- frelatlon and toe dii- dignitarlee of e oth- keitbegro tbtAlJ community of this Church of St Aloysius and on the good that It has done and to testify as a representative of the Government to sym pathy we have with this Instrument and all others that make for righteousness begonwIththo morningCurdinalIn the sanctuary Time Right RCT Bishop Von dc Vyer of Richmond celebrated the mass The sermon was preached by the Very Rev Father Lawrence F Kearney Pro metal of the Dominicans Father Kearney is a Kentuckian and a native of Lexington and otto of time most eloquent pulpit orators in the United States INTO ETERNITY Popular Frank Eberhard Passes to Eternal Rest Frank L Everbach well known In business and Catholic society cIr- cles died at his home 809 South Brook street on Sunday afternoon Urlghtsdlscascdeath was not unexpected The de ceased was born in Troy Ind but removed to Cloverport Ky when quite a youth There he learned the general mercantile business and went to Huntsville Ala where he became a merchant in his own be half Later he removed to Atlanta Ga anti thirteen years ago came to Louisville Until attacked by the ailment that resulted in his death Mr EbeHiard was noted for his activity in local business circles All who knew hjm admired him anti lila death is ten emIly 1egretted He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and of St Mary Magdalens Conference of SocletJIembers tions attended his funeral which Iogdl11cns The pallbearers were William T GeorgeCmmscaden1 yule Rider and John Colcman Mr Eberhard jf survived by his wife and the following children Chotfield Raymond Mary Clara Elcnor and fIn Eberhard COMIC OPERA To Be Produced For tne Catholic Womansr Club The Catholic Womans Club is planning to give the public some thing new in the way of comic opera The work selected for study this time is The Mocking Bird a tuneful comic opera the joint wor of Sydney Roscnfield and A Bald win Sloamc Tills opera tells the story of time cession of Louisiana to Spain in the latter part of the eigh tecnth century anti of the brave ef forts of the citizens of New Orleans to resist Spanish occupation of the colony All time scenes arc laid In New Orleans TIle public will have an opportunity to witness a performance that will give a splendid idea of life in tho old historic city in the ejgn teenth century The Mocking Bird has never been seen in Louisville and should therefore prove doubly attractive The musical director who is now engaged in rehearsing time cast and chorus is Leo A Sclunitt whose success 1n this Ibie was established by the production in the Mikado in 1003 mind El Capltan in 1009 The first rehearsal of Time Mocking- Bird was hold at the Catholic Womans Club on Monday evning More than fifty singers were present and the manner In which they took hold of the work gave Prof Schmitt much encouragement Time lady promoters say it willbc one of the most attractive performances ever given by amateurs in Louis yule Philip W Hager will have charge of time dancers and Henry W Newman will be the stage director Both oi these gentlemen have had lots of Xsperience in their respective line- sDONEIiAKEENAN Well Known Young People- to Have Thanksgiving Wedding Few young couples In Louisville will embark on matrimonial seas with more good wishes than will Miss Mary Elizabeth Doneka anu Thomas Iveenan Jr whose mar riugc will be solemnized at St Pat ricks church ot3 oclock next Thurwlay afternoon It promises to be the banner Thanksgiving wed ding In Irish Catholic circles Miss Alvlna Becker will bo the bridesmaid mind Patrick G King will be the groomsman Time ushers Wil be Councilman Charles T Finegun and David J Maioney Time peremony will be performed by the Very Rev Father Tomes P Cronin adminis trator of time diocese Immediately alter the ceremony Mr ann Mrs Keeiian null leae for a short honey moiin trip Time bride lectIs a charming young lady of time West End and has been much adnilrqd In Catholic society circles Mr Keenan is asso ciated with hija gather Thomas um1ertaklnjbilne circles and iIi SecwrtWy of the County Board Ftw young wen IinL Tta aye Wore highly reyarAed TYRANNY I Has Always Been Opposed by the Church and Her Teachers Catholicism Has Not Been Foe ol Lawfully Organized Labor Cries to Heaven Against Crimes That Injure the Wage Earners WHAT CHURCH HISTORY TEACHES The sentence of such eminent labor leaders as Samuel Gompers Frank Morrison and John Mitchell to prison for alleged contempt of the United States courts and their appeal for a stay of sentence pend ing an appeal to the United States Supreme Court recalls to mind several timings First that the Cath olic church has always been the friend of labor and next that Socialists Anarchists and piratical labor leaders both at home and abroad have ever been the foe of the church History shows that the Catholic church has ever been op posed to tyranny She condemns alike injustice to the employer and employe Her catechism teaches that there are four sins crying to heaven for vengance Wilful murder oppres sion of the poor defrauding a laborer of his wages and certain of tenses against morality Three of these are much alike The employer who oppresses the poor or who defrauds the laborer is cer tainly morally guilty of wilful murder perhaps whosesale murder The employe who rebels against the employer who would rob him of his livelihood who would starve his wife anti children to death Is looked upon as a malefactor and is haled before the court ofttimes cast into prison Time Catholic church is not op po cd to labor combinations as long as these societies respect the law ofGod andl timel naturall and civil1 rigimlit of man At diO sank hiiuv the church is opposed to tyranny whether it comes from the em ployer or the employe Whenever and wherever these labor combina tions encourage riot and bloodshed the church warns her children to stand aloof In combinations of the uneducated the temptation to violence is very great In them there are always evil anti designing men With nothing to lose and much to gain by agitation They foster quarrels between employers and employed and then incite their dupes to deeds of violence and dis order In the early days of Christianity there were labor societies or guilds established lJthe church in Euro pean countries Each trade had its own guild or society and each was under the protection of the church Tnese guilds worked together and each tradesman had to seek perfection in his own line To attain this end when an apprentice was taught all his master knew he went to an other town often to other coun tries Hence today we have the English word in labor circles n journeyman to distinguish the finished tradesman from the novice When the revolt hgalnst the Crtfh ollc church led by men Hke Luther Henry VIII and John Calvin earner to pass tho labor guilds were either sorely distressed or totally wrecked Protestants call that movement The Reformation It might just as well have been called The Dis integration of the Labor Guilds The church stands today where it always stood tho foe of tyranny and oppression but the labor socie tIes Unit wore led into the turmoil by designing men went down They shave never gained their full strength since In England France Italy Portugal Spain and parts of Germany many labor advocates are Socialists or Anarchists under other names But labor men are waking up particularly In America Even in England there are signs of an awakening to true conditions Henry Hyndman a well known London Socialist recently delivered an address in Hyde Park lie took some of the antiCatholics to task as follows The authors who represent the middle class economy of our times the Protestant divine whose creed is the devil take the hindmost here anti hereafter fall t6 discover any thing but a luxury debauch and hypocrisy in the Catholic church of the fifteenth century It Is high time that without any prejudice in favor of that church the nonsense which has been folstcred pnto the public by men intereHtcl1lnslp pressing facts should be exposed Tlie church as wo all know was the one body in which eqmiahityof condi tions existed from the Mart The lands of the church were held in trust for the people whoie absolute right of assistance when In sickces llIpitWUnlverliItts + tlon housed hospitals poor relief all were imaintained outof ibh4 n church fund Xveri the retainer dismissed after the week of the roe were iRa partkept from actual starvation Vjr the oonwntwU tabfthmoL cad T the parish priest i Ie U- JI L I KENTUOKY IRISH AltIERIOANI I KENTUCKY IRISH fiMR GfiN lf Devoted to the Social and MorMl Advancemement ol Irish Americans and Catholics t Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKYIRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICB ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the Loultvlllo Poitofllc si SecoadCtu Hitter ta Address all Commanleitloai to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Wett Qreei St 4ScOUNcIL- kk LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 1909 LOUISVILLES NEW HEAD Hon W 0 Head was Inaugurated Mayor of Louisville at noon on Tues day and since then not an hour has elapsed that he has not given evi dence that ho intended to vbe the Mayor Ho has appointed able men A on his executive boards and at the head of his executive departments There may have been some disappointments to offlce seekers but few to the people at large MayorHead Insists first and foremost that t- heI man must fit the Job A man not qualified for the office he is seeking I stands little chance with the citys new chief executive The Louisville Evening Post Is walling lest Police Captains and Lieutenants be lowered to the ranks on account of politics Was the crime of 1905 worse than tho Republican primary of 1908 It seems to bq another case of whose ox Is I gQred Accord Mayor Head a little time and a breathing spell and he will give Louisville the best admin istration it has ever had 1 SHOWED PATRIOTIC SPIRIT In that part Philadelphia known as Manayunk otherwise the Twenty first Ward a carnival was held last week The closing feature was a parade of children from the public and parochial schools in that ward No less than 3Q91 children were in tho lino of march Prizes were awarded JOT drilling costuming and largest percentage or enrollment St Johns Catholic parochial school was away up front when prizes were distributed I It won first prize for ap pearance and management was commended for marching drilling and costuming and for largest percentage of enrollment Other Cath ollc parochial schools to receive sec ondary prizes and favorable com mendation were St Marys St Josaphats and Holy Family schools A number of children from St Johns school were dressed as well known hIstorIcal characters Some of the figures represented were Undo Sam Columbia George and Martha Washington and Betsy Ross Several of the girls were dressed as Indian maidensThis shows the true American spirit The children of the Cath- olicI schools were more American than tho children of the public schools Some day this spirit will permeate south of the Ohio river I A WORD FOR FATHER When dod gave Moses the Com mandments of the Decalogue upon which all law and order are foundedI the first three dealt with the Deity Hhnselfr am the Lord thy God thou shalt not have strange GodsI before me thou shalt not take theI name of the Lord thy God In vainI I remember thou keep holy the Sab bath dayttand then Honor thyI father and thy mother That comes oven bforo Thou shalt not klU Preachers and poets have told of the love of the mother for her child from time Immemorial Sometimes It would seem that they yore over dolng It but that can not be The boy or girl who ever knew a mother could not taU to sing the praises of the poet or preacher who extolled her love When the Right Rev Monsignor McCarthy of New York was 1h preaching the funeral sermon oyer the late Senator Patrick McUarren a1 p short time ago he said in part Strongly characteristic was his exceptional lova of his mother It was known by his associates In tho 4 Senate and by his political friends here as well as by his neighbors A weaker man would have tried to conceal It He was with her every day except when his many duties prevented She always knew where to find him In case of danger He would forego any pleasure would break any engagement would travel any distance to reach her whenever 0 Illness threatened He threw around her every thoughtful care In order to keep still burning the flickering flame of almost four score years andI ten During his last Illness she was ever In his mind fallen he knew the I end was approaching he no doubt weuld have given a world for one more look Into that dear old face but he unselfishly said he would give all he ever owned to keep from L her the fact of his 4eath Ionecan be all bd who sotoesI the orte who hope him Certainly t not The thing that occasionallyl frnttionthrWvM Is that the father sms to be entirely over looked r Rlffet her In Louiirtite there sri hundred f foei Cko e toys ma4 1 girls whose mothers died when tho children were in their Infancy or early childhood Then It devolved on the man to be father and mother in one anti they went about their tasks manfully fondly religiously Let someone say a word foe these fathers Dont wait until the sound of the told clay Is on the coffin Say It now LOST TO THE PULPIT J Spencer Voorhees pastor of the Congregational church In Adams Mass resigned last week to become manager of an Investment company lie was recognized as a forceful minister When asked to give reasons for his actions Mr Voorhees said It seems right that some explanation be given when a preacher of the gospel leaves his profession to go into business I am doing It for the money there is in it While wages have Increased CO per cent and the cost of living about as much the ministers salary remains as it was fifteen years ago During an active and hardworking ministry of twen tyfive years It has been Impracticable to save an amount equal to one years salary At middle life the dead line is reached when the churches do not want his service in the pastorate There would be a hue and cry all over the land if he had happened to be a Catholic priest Then again if he is unfit for the pulpit at fifty why does he want to enter the busi ness field Will he fit any better there FOLLOW THE DECALOGUE The editor of the Catholic Union and Times of BuBffalo says truer words never were spoken than those by Rev F P Donnelly S J at oughkeepsle We have nihilism and anarchism and individualism and paternalism and communism and socialism and and a host of other nostrums 1spe tally devised to cure all the dls eases of country and citizen The only Ism for the good citizen is ten commondmentlsm Be without this and all others accompish nothing have this and they are nllI useless Let all our loudmouthed reform ors In fact all the people take to the ten commandments then sin md the devil will bo conquered It would be very hard to put a truth more clearly and succlntly before Christian people PROTECT HUMAN LIFE Is it not time that the United I tales Government was taking more trenuous measures to protect human Ife In American mines Last Satur I lay the lives of 3T85 men were I snuffed out in a mine at Cherry 111II and through what appears to have been gross carelessness According to statistics compiled by the United States Geological Survey coal mine disasters in this country from 1889 until 1908 resulted In the death of 23000 persons and the serious Injury of 50000 others The disaster In Illinois Is another indication that more legislation Is needed on the mining question HAVE THEY SOLI OUT The Sinn Felners tyive a new organ in Dublin and it is doing everything In Its power to discredit Hon John Redmond and his Irish arllamentary party It finds noth- Ing to commend In the speeches made by Redmond or his colleagues It has neither the moral n6r the material force to send Its own men to Parliament There Is absolutely nothing patriotic about the present attitude of the Sinn Felners elthsr In Dublin or New York City The editors of both organs seem to have sold themselves body and soul to the TorIes SERIOUSLY ILL A I Orrie Vhallen the only son of- Col John It Whallen Is very eriously ill at Sts Alary and Elizabeth Hospital and at the hour of going to press little hopQ was en ertained for his recovery Mr Vhallen waif popular with all Ayhp knew him and hlilUfnessls gen Tally regretted ST QQLUMBAS ANNIVERSARY The third anniversary of St olnmbas church Thirty second and farket streets will be celebrated tomorrow The Rev Father Kala her pastor of the parian will eel irate thS high ma satlO oclock rn the evening at 7 oclock there will be solemn veapwBi iblowed by I MnBbm which will be delivered theI Jr stbtr U4O1Pb C ft ViMnt de B W THANKSGIVING The golden sheaves are gathered in Autumn departs with shadowed face And to the fire we turn again To look for each remembered face For leaf and bud and blossom fair Aro but a memory of May Now for the chili and eager air That ushers in Thanksgiving dayl For all the guts of corn and wine From fields made fertile by the toil Of men whoso work becomes di vine For all the virtues of the soil For all the precious things hid long In forests vast and far away The tribute of the brave and strong We give thanks on Thanksgiving day For Thou 0 Lord has kept us well On mountain waste or peopled plain From Angelus to vesper bell ngnlnThywith flame To do Thy deeds as best we may To reverence Thy holy name And praise The c on Thanksgiving dayl So may we bless the fading year Not like the one who says adieu And with a face of doubt anti fear Glides on and soon is lost to viey But strengthened by undying hope Praise God and lila inspiring way slopeDawnday1 Charles J Barrett 696S69C96S59696S SJMrs Ed Bauer of St Matthews entertained ner euchre clubon Thursday night Miss Margaret Creecyof St Louis is the guest of her cousin Miss Dulcenia McKenna Miss Loretta Burke and Florence Trlndler of Portland have returned from a visit to friends in Ohio Falls Ind Mrs J P McKenna and her daughter Miss Dulcenia McKenna have returned from a visit to St Louis daughterhavea pleasant visit to friends at Mill town Mrs Charles Crush of the High lands will give a theater party this evening in honor of her visitor Miss Kothe Mrs James F Darnell has re turned to Frankfort after a pleas ant visit to Mrs John P Hanley of Crescent 11111 Miss Margaret Thompson of Shelbyville has returned home after a pleasant visit to Miss Henrietta Callahan of Portland Miss Marciel VlglinlI of Crescent Mill has returned from Atlantic City Where she spent several mtfnths as the gficst of friends A marriage license was grantefl on Wednesday to Martin J Corcoran and Susannah Weisenberger well known people of the West End Mrs Samuel MeKenna is expected home from Chioago early next week where she went to attend the fifteenth wedding anniversary 6f her sister Mrs Gatch Fagin Mr and Mrs Charles Vaupel have announced that their charming daughter Miss Alma Margaret Vaupel would become the bride of Dr Rodney II Garner next Wednes day Mr and Mrs Joe Sibler enter tamed their card club on Wednesday evening Their guests were Messm and Mesdames Howard D Me Cullough John Boman and P M Murray Miss Sallle Williams one of South Louisvilles most popular young ladles who has been ill at her home 2814 South Third street is able to be out to the great delight of her friendsLittle Miss MargarA Lucille Pottinger has returned to her home in New Haven Ky after spending a month with her fgrandparents Mr and Mrs Frank Mahoney of High land Park 0 John Morris who was injured while in the performance of his duties at the L and N shops last week is recovering under the care of the Sisters at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Mrs Sam Oldham who has been ill and Vonfinetl to her bed at St Josephs Infirmary for several weeks was sufficiently recovered to be removed to her home last week Her friends hope that her complete cure will foe speedy and permanent Mrs Gus J Bretz entertained her literary club Wdenesday afternoon at her home 1052 South Seventh street In addition to the discus sion of literary matters there was plenty bfvoc1and Instrumental music The hostess served a bounti ful luncheon RYAN TilE PUMP MAN The people need good water more than anything elses and to that end ase clamoring for the appointment of John Ryan as head of the citys pump department Mr Ityan was head of that branch of the citys public utilities for a number of year He always filled the bill and will fill it again JOHN Ii SULLIVAN LANDS- A Scott Bullltt who will soon take office as County Attorney has named John H Sullivan a young laY8rliil hlnl ftwUUnt lr- anha served umrkhiMillers dtvitlon of the Circuit for four yM nsd JI ktudl ud Sa a gvaduete of UM Lo xw 8eL Wbei the icsr palgu opened he aspired to be the Magistrate from the Sixth Magis terial district but stepped aside for Magistrate Meglemery In thc Interest of party harmony Mr Sullivan is a faithful worker and a loyal Dpmbcrat Mr Bullltt is to be con gratulated on his wisdom iiri select ing such an able lieutena- ntEPiSCOPAL JUBILEE Of ills Holiness Pope Plus X Celebrated Very Quietly Tuesday was time Episcopal jubilee of Pope Plus X anti many messages of congratulation Were sent to the Vatican Ills Holiness celebrated mass in his private chapel admit ting only his sisters Afterward they ate breakfast with him Later In the day he received the officials of the Vatican and to them ho exhibited the gold pectoral cross presented to him by Pope Leo SHI in 1884 on the occasion of his appointment as Bishop of Mantua Many of the messages of congratulation came from the clergy and hierarchy in the United States Acording to cables to daily papers on Tuesday also came time rumor ApostolicDelegatesoon to be elevated to the position of Cardinal and that he will prou ably be succeeded in the United States by either Monsignor Aglus now Papal Delegate to the Philip PapalDelegate UNITYS ttlPROVEJIENTS Unity Council Y M L of New Tuesdayniglltpressed their pleasure over the new improvements The council has in stalled two new bath tubs anti showers and the Gallagher Club has provided n handsome pool table It was announced that Supreme Direc tor James T Shelley of Louisville would address Unity Council on the evening of the first Tuesday in December On that night also the election of officers for the ensuing year will take place It was also announced that members of the councilwould approach holy communion in a body on the second Sunday In December- IDENTIFICATION MEETING Branch 25 C K of A held Its initial identification meeting in Its ajClanight end from every standpoint the meeting was a success lresl dent William T Median occupied tho chair and made a brief address meetingTherehad not been to meetings In years The identification meetings are the Idea o Eugene McCarthy of the military branch of time order and the Idea will probably be adopted by nil the branches affiliated wita time Centrall Committee NICE CHRISTMAS GIFT The Courage Of Christ a devo tional work by Rev Henry C Schuyler S T L and published by Peter Riley the Philadelphia pub lisher has just made its appearance It is neat in appearance hand somely though not elaborately illus trated and will servo as a helpful guide to Catholics who seek to follow the life of Christ This little book would make an admirable Christmas gift to friends relig- Iously inclined whether they be young or old USED DYNAMITE On Wednesday an attempt was made to destroy the Sacred Heart church at Clinton Ind by the use ot dynamitesIt resulted In blow- Ing out the front bf the church fortunately no worshipers were Inside Those who made the at tempt to destroy the church also ittempted to blow up the rectory anti kill the pastor the Rev Father labor The pastor is an Irishman and has had differences with JsHungarian congregation OLIFTOCRESCENT CLUB The CliftoCrescent Euchre Club will give another of its enjoyable euchres at the Delmont Club Story avenue near Frankfort next Monday evening The euchre game will be called at 815 oclock Refresh ments will be served during tho evening The Clifto Crescent Club has friends all over the city and always makes good Many handsome prizes will be awarded at tne coming event AUTUMN NUMBER Number 4 of the Mfdland Duar erlynnd Review a magazine pub lished at Panucah is out this week It is bright anti cheery to look upon but aside from the poems Columbus by Mrs Katherine bfohan Dorian and Some Day by Howard Henderson there seems to- be a striking lack of originality In time material offered However its all well worth reading if one pas pot read It before BACK AT DESK John J Flynn Assistant Cashier of the First National Bank returned this week from Carson City Nov where he had heen summoned to- give expert testimony In a banking case Mr Flynn may soon be sum nbned to make a return trip to the far West REOOVERSSIJOWLY Cardinal Satolli whoha been seriously Ill in Rome hiss recovered sufficiently to resume part of hi duties in the Sacred College but Iit- will be several mojHths before he WIll be strong enough to make the 1 journey to the United States IANCE AT LEBANON JUNCTION h6G IADlviaion- daee at Lebanon day Thaukifivinf loutb Louiivills tend tbe dne KNIGHTS OF COL1IBR Late News That Will Interest Members Here and RIse where new council has been founded llA Frostburg Knights Md will have a that Claus city- Ilennepin party for time orphaps Council will initiate a I large class in its new home in Min neapolis on Thanksgiving day A cafe has been established in the new building of Ilennepin Council at Minneapolis and meals are be ing served dally A council has been organized at Canandalgua N Y The first Initia tion vlll be Weld Thanksgiving day and many clergy will be present State Deputy John T Donovan of Paducah has appointed Harry R Swann of Louisville State Lecturer and Dr Bernard OConnor also of Louisville State Historian New York Chapter representing fiftytwo councils in Manhattan the Bronx and Richmond will be ten years old December 3 and the anniversary will be appropriately celebrated The Wisconsin State CoWncil has arranged for a series of twenty seven lectures by Prof J C Mon nglian during this and next month The order is growing rapidly In Wisconsin On Sunday December 19 tIme Den ver Knights will hold the first in itiation in their new hall The Right Rev Bishop Matz and the Archbishop of Santa Fe are expect ed to be present Denver Councils new hall will not be dedicated until December 13 On the following day the Knights will hold a public reception and on the third day will give their opening ball It will be for Knights and their ladles exclusively Tickets will be 5 per couple and 2 extra for each additional lady REGENT DEATHS Mr and Mrs Leroy Peterson have the sympathy of many friends in their grief over time death of their infant son Leroy Jr who passed away at the family residence 1621 Anderson street early Tuesday morning The little one was only nine months old but had wound himself around tile heartstrings of his parents The funeral took place on Wednesday morning Mrs Sophia Overberg one of time oldest members of St Marys parish died at her home 6C3 South Seventh street Sunday evening She was the widow of the late Gerhard Overberg and is survived by two children Jo seph Overberg the well known grocer at Seventh and York strets and Miss Carrie Overberg The de ceased was born in Germany eighty one years ago but had lived in tills city more than sixty years The funeral took place from St larschurch on Wednesday morning anti was largely attended Louis S Kremer for many years a member of the Louisville Fire department died at his home 1030 Fifth street on Tuesday morning Tho deceased was sixty years of age and had always lived in Louisville During his long career in the citys service he was always regarded as a brave fireman and his death is gen emily regretted lBs funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands churcn on Thursday and was attended by many old comrades and friends He is survived by his wife a son Louis Kremer Jr anti two brothers Theodore and Andrew Krejner Time fnueral of Mrs Mary A Cos grove who died as the result of a complication of diseases earlY Saturday morning took place from Barretts chapel 822 East Main street on Monday morning at 830 oclock and half an hour later from St Johns church Mrs Cosgrove was for years a devout member of that congregation and the ladies of relSl1ectRosary on Sunday afternoon Time threesonsllIonfrom the Fortysixth Legislative district William Cosgrove of this cjty and Edward Cosgrove of St Louis AMERICAN COLLEGE HISTORIAN The Very Rev Henry A Branu rector of St Agnes church New York City arrived in Rome last week for time purpose of completing his history of the American College from documents preserved In the archives of the institution of which lie was time first student to take his degree that of doctor of laws ue will have several audiences with Pope Pius before his work is com pleted KACHLER 8 ARTS Kachler Arts is tIme name of time new firm that has taken hold of time cafe at the northeast corner of Third and Greets streets Frank J1 Kachler and Al Arts arc too well known to the community to need any further introduction It Is a peoples not a merchants lunch they set every day and time soup is time kind that mother used to make EXPOLICEMAN SUEI Henry J Lopping who was assaulted by Policeman Robert Foster at Center and Green streets last spring filed suit in the Jeffer son Circuit Court on Tuesday for 11600 damages Mr Lepping claims that Foster assaulted him without provocation and makes diaries B Nordeman Fosters bondsman a codefendant t CHANGE OF 1I0unsI1 From now until spring time vespers t St Louls1Jrtrandschurcbw1l1 be sung at i ISO1 oclock on Sunday venlhrs Instead of at3 oclock The rrecitatIon ofthe Rosary benedlo ilon and it brief Instruction will ffollow Vespers On the first Sunday of each gonth the Boaary pro on kill STEWART DRY GOODS CO Builneu BiUbilihed sixtythree Years EfYO1STORE i Ci of I J Sale of Blankets and Comforts i Special sale of Comforts doublebed size white cotton filled value 139Special price each 119 Extra good Silkolinecovered Comforts full bed size filled with pure white cotton value 250Special price each 198 Our own manufacture of Comforts extra sizes covered with best quality of figured crepe cloth in handsome pat terns extra special value 500each 398 Woolfilled White Cheeseclothcovered Comforts fullsize weights poundsSpecial each350Ext-ra Special Figured Silkolinecovered Wool Comforts doublebed size weight 3 pounds with cheesecloth inter lining value 650 Special each 500 Extrasize Wool Comforts size 81x90 extra grade of silko line covers weight 4 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weights 6 to 10 pounds Also Army and Pullmans Blankets at from 8 to 15 each FLANNEL DEPARTMENT SPECIALS 800 yards extra quality of Outing Cloths in all colors checks and stripes regular lOc grade in length from 2 to 10 yardsSpecial yard 7c Extra Special for Bath Robes 28inch heavy doublefleeced material suitable lor making bath robe exclusive de signs value 45cSpecial yard 35c STEWART DRY GOODS CO Incorporated 1M CONNECTION WITH JAUtS McWMEEBV L cu NEW YORK FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAH Manager fit HEADQUARrERSFOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SprltmgLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISTILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY NEW MASONIC Beginning Monday Night and All Week With Usual Matinees A Little Brother of the Rich A Satirical Play in Four Acts Cast includes Ida Conquest Vincent Serrano and Hilda Spong- THANKSGIVING MATINEE 7IC7WLBYSMonda Nights and Wednesday Matinee MRS LESLIE CARTER Presenting Vasta Ilerne Thursday Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday Matinee 4 THE MERRY WIDOW Operatic Sensation of All Nations Matinee Thanksgiving day St Marys all Tomorrow Night MINSTRELS AND VAUDEVILLE GIVEN BY THE Columbia Athletic Club BEGINS 8 OCLOCK The programme will include musical and comedy sketches and an olio of the highest ordef presented by the best tall ent in the cityIGtias fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a vail and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Berts Magazines and Rellglws Articles oJ Jilvaar ixucnuIozf 434 West Jefferson Street ft LOSS TO FRANKFORT Frankfort residents regre the removal of Mr and Mr John OCon nor and their sofl Gleeson OCon nor to Knoxvllle where they expect to reside la future Mr OConnor Is recognized as one of thja best stone contractors In the South OBANGB8 IN JKFFHR3ONVILLK Claude Kennedy ha ilgaMJrom the Jeffersonville Flre department to take other tnrJoym4atJqhB Devitt who baa ben a fiibetitute In the department baa MMuned Mr Kennedys dntfrsii I rejnUr fire lass G L Ill Mens I PureWoolSatin SatiriaLinedBlack BlackKersey I OvercoatsSpecial I SpecialAt I LEVYSS I For 15 CB THOMPSON T FLORIST Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed J Falls City Cleaning and Dye Works r J M QARVBY MMcer EXPERT CLEANER and DYER SUrt CbMMf M rnN7k= MtCIt 4 Prsussd JiI 3 All Work GUSd Or No Pay 41 LiU S r K NTUOkY IRISfI AltIERICA t II e MONUMENTS J In order to make room for the en largement of our workshop we offer t our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceediiingly low prices Call and it MULDOON MONUMENT CO ir 318320 WEST GREEN STREET iw OOa010c NN90AeON HNNNONM HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Ss East Islam StreetV i D J DOUGHERTY SJ McELLIOTT i a DOUGHERTY cELLIOTT f Funeral Directors and 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keep thoroughly uptodate 1 with all the newest and best materials and methods My I prices are moderate and mytt work of the highest class DR HENDRICKSDENTIST 436 West Market Stceet PETER M ANDRIDT SUNS WAG UNMAIU FACTU HERS ejrlac R pIi aM J1WW Tires 205 AND 287 WEST GREEN STREET KURYAA1J1 POLSf BYE WD CLEAKR Rr IalMuli 6sslls1a4e WMK MAMHTff i MU l1f-l J a y J HIBERNIANS What They Have been Dolr g the Put WeekOeneral- News Notes The auxiliary at AVntertown X Y hUll a membership of over 200 The Milwaukee division will initiate a class of 100 on December L Division 3 of Minneapolis cleared 420 on a card party for a dis tressed member Howling teams from the Various divisions of Baltimore are forming a league of their own Fifty niembers were added to the jointInltlatlonntPhiladelphia divisions are abo trendy for the presntation of their testimonial to Archbishop Ryan busylastfour degrees on 140 candidates Miss Maud Flnucan County Pre ident is organizing the eighth divis ion of the auxiliary in Cleveland Clevelands largest division No 0 sets an edifying example by re ceiving holy communion in a body twice a year At the latest meeting of Division 11 of Utica N Y three candidates were initiated and four applications were received Division 7 of Syracuse has ar ranged for a series of literary and musical entertainments during the fall and winter December will be a month for members to be sure and attend the meetings to elect division officers for the ensuing year Division 12 of Philadelphia has lIenryDOJlanyears of Its existence Congressman J M Graham of Springfield 111 delivered an address 1 before the Hibernians of Mil waukee on Wednesday night The Ladles Auxiliary of Duluth Minn hiss organized a sewing society to help make garments for the OrphanAsylumAsylumThe fifteen divisions of Cleveland will hold a joint initiation at St Johns Cathedral Hall on Sunday November 28 when a great class will be admitted The Ladies Auxiliary of Syra case and the Ladies Catholic Benev olent Association of the same city have given successful euchre parties for the new House of Providence National Vice President tf J Regan attended the latest meeting of time County Board in Minneapolis Plans were organized for a fall and winter campaign for new members The work of Prof Rohan Chair man of the Irish History Commit tee has the hearty Indorsement of Archbishops OConnell Glennon and Riordan and at least fifteen Bishops OConnell street Dublin OCon nells statue and other historical reproductions will be features of the Building Association bazaar to be held next February at New Haven Conri While the regular round trip summer rate from Chicago to Portland Ore has been 75 National Secretary McGinnls expects that a better rate will be secured for the national convention With the opening of time new year the Ancient Order will main tain nine scholarships in the Cath olic University of America It is hoped to increase the number until every State is represented- Gov Pennewill United States Senator da Pont and the city officials are expected to be with Bishop Monoghnn when the national offi cers visit Wilmington on Thanksgiv ing eve the occasion of the annual banquet and ball of the Delaware divisions JUDGE TRACY WINS lIon Frank ML Tracy of Coving ton has been declared elected Judge of the Criminal division cf the Kenton Circuit Court When the Election Commissioners counted the disputed ballots it was found that Judge Tracy had been elected by one vote Ills Republican op ponent Hon McD Shaw gracefully submitted and declined to make a contest TRUE TO AMERICA Mrs GroVer Cleveland wife of the late President of the United States Is lii Switzerland to spend the wing ter with her four children her mother and a cousin Her object in sojourning in Europe Is to allow her children to become proficient In the French language When asked If she contemplated returning to America at some time she replied Why yes that Is our home HEAITHY BABY The Philippine Catholic fssuelf a twelvepage paper on October A in celebration of its first anniversary It la a bilingual weekly review of the world and contains as much Catholic news from the United States and Europe as from the Philippines nis edited and published by the Dominican Fathers in Manila CHAPEfc OAR IN WEST The chapel car St Anthony is now working in the far West rvttiire markable success After am5 Mx on nattbe YukonAlaskiI Exposition the car went Into Oregon The first mission wag opened at Rainer The car will probably not return to Chicago for a year DEATH IN HARDIN COUNTY The funeral of Charles H Dugan a well known farmer and former Road Com 11ieloi1 r of Hardla county took place from St Jouni church at WUabettitown on Tuesday Mr Pwfah has held in high e fearn ty all who knew WrnV f 8BKD MANY MI8WOKA1UBS 11 All Hallow College near Dublin Ireland bar sent out OUJ1 eati to T f if oIn 1hy u G iinpco in ffl o fflUoLo uU Sensational Cut Price Sale of Mens and Young Mens Fine Suits and OvercoatsI 3500 values 2495 Mens and Young Mens Fine Suits and Overcoats 2250 Values 1 1475 Cut Prices All Over the House MS Moses CO Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Mens Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Klnsella Gen Supt Ized world The young priests or dained last year were distributed allover five continents AIICHBISHOP RECOVERING The Most Rev Dr Christie Arch bishop of Portland Ore is slowly recovering from a broken shoulder bone He was walking along a country road when he slipped and fell heavily on his shoulder MONUMENT FOR JOHNSON The Irish Standard of Minneapolis lInn has opened n memorial fund in honor of the late Oov John A Johnson for the erec tion of a suitable monument Con tributions can be sent to that paper LIKES CATHOLIC GOVERNORS partialtoyearsItsecond term This speaks well for the land once settled by the Baptist evangelist Roger Williams NATIVE CHINESE PRIESTS In China there are over 1500 native priests and many of them have made their theological course Plopagandalnnome native Chinese priest Is lull Oj many splendid examples of heroism REQUEST FOR CHURCH Martin Carey a wealthy merchant CountyMayo andleftCatholic church in Newport He provides that the money and inter purposeWithin GREAT AMERICAN JOCKEV atNewburyDesmonds Pride Danny Maher the American Qnehundretlththe nine years Maher has been riding on the English turf he has 035 victories to his credit 7 FOR WOMANS EYE bonoJbasquesSmall bows are replacingthe large ones for tying the young girls hair Eyelet embroidery has more or less taken time place of net for blousesAfter many years of hard service the pompadour has gone completely out of style Many of the new coats arc lined WhiteIsTassels are being used even more extensively than last season for trimming dressy gowns It is expected that there will hen gradual return to the elbow sleeve for lingerie waists For afternoons stockings match tho dress but for daytime black stockings and boots are always correct The most popularl blouses incuulo chiffon over lace and clear ecru nut over a foundation of chalk white Irish gulmpurc Combinations of moire and velvet with cloth are being exemplified in some of the most stunning of the new tailored suits The cloak gown tsone of the seasons smartest models In the best models twotone serges or aibelines are usually seen THE FAITHFUL GIRL I A current writer who claims to have observed much gives alto following hint to young women and Itlp to young men I have never a girl that was unfaithful to her rnother that ever came tobo worth a oneeyed button to her bus band It is the law of God It isnt exactly in time Bible but it is writ ten large in the miserable lives of many unfortunate hones I am speaking for the boys this time If any of you boys ever come across agirl that with a face full of roses says to you as you0come to the dour I cant go for thirty min UM yet for the dishes are not w hedtyouwatt fo You sit right down onj and lWaltforhe M otter fellow may carry her off an Ioar an angel IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Mrs Catherine Ncary died recently at Strokestown at the age of 104 years Vincent J OConnell lion been XewrJHarborJohn F Kavauagh has been ap pointed Commercial Teacher by the Tullamore Technical Committee James McNamarawas found dead in bed at his home in Limerick on the day he was to have started for AmericaIt rumored that the famous Kilmainham jail will soon be abolished and the prisoners trans ferred to Mountjoy Sister Mary Cecilia is dead at the Convent of Mercy In Galway She had been a member of the convent community for fortyseven years An Irish forestry society inns been organized to impress on the British necllsltJforforests Time Rev Father William Me Aullffe has been appointed Chairman of the Macroom Old Age Pen sion Committee anti J OConnell was chose n Clerk The body of Mary Gordon a Bel fast seamstress was found dead in a field near Stormount Castle Death is supposed to have resulted from heart failure John InlaJa farmer of the Baillieborough neighborhood was taken ill while dressing to go to the fields He expired before medical aid could be summoned James ODonnell of Rolestown County Donegall was knocked down by a rapidly moving automobile He sustained injuries that resulted in his death within a few hours The statue to be erected to the memory of the Rev Father Casey at Abbeyfeale will be a full length one in bronze The work will be in every way worthy of the patriot priest The flax millsnt Corbej Rock byLorddestroyed by fire The loss will amount to 10000 mid there was no insurance The Rev Father Patrick Kellyof Aughnamullen East has been promoted to the parish of Fivemlle town Ills departure from his former parish is the source of widespread regret An ancient leaden crucifix has been found in a stream near Middle town County Armagh It is twelve inches long and weighs five pounds It is now in possession of the parish priest at Tynan nnlllleborougllCounty death of John Rogers a prominent worker for the United Irish League Ho had been ill only ten days and his malady baffled the attending physicians The Right Rev Dr Orpen Bishop of Limerick has purchased the FurranaKilla near Dingle In the County Kerry He will use it as a center during the summer months and expects to visit every parish In the diocese of Ardfcrt Miss Annie McLaughlin has en tered upon her religious life at St Catherines Convent Ballyshannon County Armagh Her name In relig ion will be Sister Malachi She is the daughter of James McLaughlin a popular resident of Armagh The Tory Unionists at the elev enth hour nominated Richard Best of Dublin as their candidate to fill the vacancy in Parliament from South Armagh Dr C L ONeill Is the Irish Nationalist partys noun inee The Nationalists expect to win an easy victory Time Right Rev Bishop McKenna of Clogher blessed the foundation stone of the new church whicn is to he built at Moneii County Fermanagh Time Rev Father P H McGuire ihJ pastor of the church The Very neVeDl McCaffncy of Maynooth College preached the ser mon HEROIC PRIESTS The Rev Fathers Cafsuzzi and Magliocco rushed through flames and smoke to save the host and the sacred vessels at the Cmirch of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Now York City last Saturday afternoon The main altar was destroyed before the flames were extinguished The loss will not exceed 3590 The fire is supposed to be due to the work of incendiaries CATHOLIC LORD MAYOR Sir John Knill the new Lord Mayor of London is the first Cath pile to hold that office since his father Sir Stuart Knill held it in 1893 The new Lord Mayor is a practical Catholic and at the same time enjoys the respect of his offi cial colleagues in the government of the great metropolis FAMOUS SIXTYNINTH One of the best athletic meets of the indoor season in New York is scheduled for December 11 when Begfinent its annual fall games at the Armory Eighteen events are callednail n all of them 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ARRffRlGfRftIOR l The Only Refrigerator with Cork insulationn TConabinseaota MEIU GAS IUN6E few but all haturM o practical value that at coiuidecyddisk reddetiraU fai a OM RJUU- MTb QUICK M5A1 hiTSO EQUAL Ufk te the Md iikM oJ UM n 6r VERY ENJOYABLE Was Seventh Anniversary- of AO H Ladles Auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary A O H celebrated the seventh anniversary of its establishment in Louisville with a musical lliterary and social entertainment at Falls City Hall on Wednesday night Many Hibernians were present to enjoy the festive occasion and the chief guest of honor was Barney Gilmore who Is playing the title role In Dublin Dan at Hopkins Theater this week Miss hose Sweeney President of the Auxiliary called tne meeting to order and then gave way to Miss Islamic Hourigan Chairman of the Committee on Arrangements Other members of the committee were Mrs Dan Dougherty Misses Nellie Nolan Belle OConnell Julia Kelly Julin Hesslon and Ainyme Klely Miss Rose Sweeney delivered an address of welcome after which State President George J Cutler of the A O Jr mane a few con gratulatory remarks Michael Me Gulre gave a recitation that elicited applause and former State Presi dent of the Ladles Auxiliary Alias Mary Corcoran sang an Irish mel ody County President P J Welsh matte an address congratulating the ladles and Mitts D Cottrill rendered a piano solo that pleased all Mar tin Sheehan and Miss Margaret Purtell danced tin Irish breakdown that enthused everybody Miss Hat tie Mills rendered a pleasing solo and Attorney Thomas Walsh made an address that added to the gen eral good humor Miss Mary Houri gan Chairman of the evening asked Mrs Dan Dougherty to take tne chair and while Mrs Dougherty presided Miss Hourigan sang a solo Her solo was new and catchy and made the hit of the evening Little Miss Elizabeth Shelton sang a solo Others who made short talks were Thomas Ieenan President of Divis ion 1 John Hesslon Thomas Dolan and D J Coleman About the time the literary exer cises were closing Barney Gilmore the Irish singer and actor was pre sented Ire recited Jphn Lockes Ireland I Bid You the Tono the Morning nndThe Man From Ty rone The ladies were well pleased with Mr Gilmore and presented him with a gold pin emblematic of the order Miss Rose Sweeney made the presentation speech and pinned the badge to Mr Gilmores lapel The instrumental music during the evening was rendered by two young men from the Kentucky In stitute for the Blind and was much enjoyed Refreshments were served and the evening closed with a dance ONLY ABLE MEN Will Be Chosen As Officers of Division 1 A O M In the absence of President Thomas Keenan Dave OConnell wielded the gavel at the meeting of Division 1 on Tuesday night The attendance was large and the meet ing was full of interest from start to finish James Doran reported that there was none on the sick list Attorney Thomas Wnlsli read an In teresting chapter of Irish history- It was announced that at the next meeting the nomination and election of officers would take place Attorney Thomas Walsh made an interesting talk tgn the importance 01 electing good officers lie urged that only those members who attended meetings regularly and Who worked for the welfare of the order should be selected It seems certain that several candidates will be nom OfficeActing OConnell spoke of the Interesting elections in Division 1 in tho past and requested I all members to be present at meetingItthe next meeting On account I ation from the first to the second itieeting in December OHKAT nAt AT ST PHILIPS Tomorrow will be a big day at SI Philip Neris church In the morning at 7 oclock the Altar So anniversarybyni body The society now numbers 110 members The Rev Dr O 1 ckerman pastor of the church will celebrate the mass In the evening at 730 oclock the Very nev- I M J nock rector of the Cathedral will blest the new statue of St Ann and will preach a sermon appropriate to the occasion Solemn vespers and benediction of tine Most Blessed Sacrament will con elude the excretes The statue Is the gift of two worthy members of the parish COMING TO TilE FRONT J J Kavanagh Is gaining fame at the local bar as a jury pleader TwIce within one week he ins gained verdicts for heavy damages gains the city In one case he represented Mrs ICathcrine Uebel hor who stepped Into i1holeat Preston and Market streets and mstaiiicd a sprained ankle The jury gave liar a verdict for SlOOO Mr Kavanagh also represented Mrs Jlzetta Buddeke who sustained a broken hip by stepping into a hole on Jacobs bridge The jury glve- her a Verdict for 2750 Mr Kav inagh was four years In the City Attorneys office and knows the weak points in the maHcurT of that ifflce now Jerry In receiving the congratulations pf his brother law 1 yera on his two successive victories I J MAOAUIiEYS t That noted emotional actress 1 Mrs Leslie Carter will como 10- Maeaulsya J Tiieaterdurhlsg thee first- half t ofta8Xf week with herJ playat Verne JBew- ttJ a ion ThankngJ Uenry W Ravage will New York production of- WIdow with Fwneea C the title rote SoCIETY DIRECTORY A O I1- DIVISION 1 t Meets at Falls City Hail on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice PresidentMark Ryan Recording Secretary Tios Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan FineganSergeantatArmsAndrew Sentinel Louis Roller- DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FinancialSecrotaryno 1 Keaney LynchSergeantatArmsJohnBrown Sentinel William ash- DIVISION 3 Meets First And Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeen and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ 0 Hessian DoughertySentinelThomas SergeantatArmsPatrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hull Sixth Street HennessyVice Financial SecretaryWm P Mt Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J WInn BradySentinelMichael SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSON VILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice President Robert Qleason Recording Secretary Thos Oflern Financial Secretary John Oi Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club Douse 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos DClines Second Vice PresidentSamuel L RobertsonRecording Secretary Robert Os borne SecretaryWUUamF Financial SecretaryFrank Q AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andriott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside SentinelWilliam D An driott tJ1J 1 tIn piGA Rev Takes It S 1907lamOwing to tar singing and preaching which I panned for 20 years being a catholic priest the swelling of tar neck became so marked that I was told by the doctor to rest for lereral months He also prescribed tablets which I took for a period of 0 months This continued nee of the tablets brought on oerToas prostration find in sommonta I then took I bottles of Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic whereupon both my sleep and nerves became normal again REv M SnoEicH fromIIavraaepileptic fits for 16 during that time was under eare of yltdoctor mostly specialists and the most prominent ones yet none could I cure me end all gore me up I used Pastor Xoenlgi Nerve Tonic and am not at all nervous now I recommended this Medicine to many per tone and it has helped every one of them A Valuable Book on Nor FFREE vous Disoases and a Sample bottle to Any aPoorediciine er1PreparedWayne lad since 1670 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III 100 Lako Street SoVl by Druggists at Slier Bottle 6 for tk Large 3Ut S17 for SB AULD LANG SYNE Club of Limerick Makes Merry With Reunion Banquet The Auld Lang Sync Club of Limerick held its semiannual banquet at Dunigans Ilall on Wednesday evening with a full attendance of members present and once more recounted storied and anecdotes of boyhood and Limerick In its palmy days The club has now beenin ex istence five years and these re unions are celebrateu wUba bane quet semiannually and although spine of the members have move away they still swear allegiance to the scenesof their boyhood The member are Stephen 1ieElliott John McNamara Dr John T Chawk John J harry William J Chawk Thomas Campion John J Vuiiii William J Connelly David J Keljly Thomas Muldoon Steve Toomey Nick bmlth and Steve Dunigan The officers of the club are Dave Heilly President Stephen T McElllott Vice President and John J harry Secretary After dis posing of the many good things and toasts were responded to all joined heartily in Auld Lang Syne and adjourned lust In time to beat the milkman coming around SEUAIAS rJIANU8 COMING Seumag Maciranus the well known writer of Irish folklore and lecturer on Irlsl subjects will ar nine in Louisville today and will be tendered a Banquet at the Seelbach lotel tonight by the Catholic Con erjjation Club On Monday evening Mr MacManuswill lecture before i Po l iavle memberB of the unibus AVnilefJudge was touring irelaa4 aaa entertained by o that dthe di11 h etlfr- 1eod 1ewhen be GRAND MINSTREL And Vaudeville Show by Columbia Athletic Club The Columbia Athletic Club which is made up of young men of St Vincent de Paula parish will give a grand minstrel and vaudeville en tertainment at St Marys Hall Eighth and Grayson streets at 8 oclock tomorrow evening Tickets I are twentyfive cents each All of bigGermantownthem are well known as amateur entertainersThe will open with the Oer mantown Mask Bnlla minstrel burlesque In the olio Miss Gertrude LongestWayHome Baby Andy will sing about the troubles of n Popr Married Man The inimitable lieu Speaker will give a monologue entitled Thats Enough Miss Rosalie Weinpe assisted by Miss Olivia Wempb will execute the Cubanola Glide Miss Mabel Ray will render lleine as a vocal selection Ad die Elgelbach and Henry Sehuble will give their sketch which embodies the latest songs anti side walk conversations Time performance will conclude with the farce entitled Bummel maicrs Hotel In which all the performers will take part Among the prominent ones will be Ben Bcckmann Ilea Speaker Fred Schaldn William Larking Edward Breggemann Miss Gertrude Nie mnnii Ben and George Mueller and Al Baylens Those who have witnessed the re hearsuls say there is a great treat in store for all who attend the per formance tomorrow night ST CECILIAS FEAST Will Be Observed After a Retreat of Faithful Sodalists The girls and young ladies of St Vincent de Pauls parish will cele brate the feast of St Cecilia the special patron of their sodality a week from tomorrow As a prepara tion for that festive occasion the Rev Father A J Thome anti his assistants will conduct a retreat lor the members of the sodality begin ning at 730 oclock next Wednesday evening and continuing until the following Sunday afternoon On that Sunday morning all the girls and young ladles will receive holy communion in a body In the afternoon at 230 oclock there will be vespers a brief instruction and benediction of the Most Blessed Sac rament The retreat will close with time singing of the Te Deuin From Wednesday until Sunday there will be a brief Instruction recitation of the Rosary meditation and benediction at 730 oclock edch evening There are hundreds of girls and young ladies in St Vincent de Pauls parish and Father Thome is very careful of their spiritual welfar- eFUNERAL BENEFITS To Be Discussed by the Members of Mackin Council The meeting of Mackin Council was fairly well attended Monday night when the inclemency of the weather is considered President Louis J Kicffer presided Albert Knz who has been on the sick list was reported improving Lawrence Kieffer and Martin George were In itiated The committee to amend the funeral benefit law made ct re port recommending an important change After a preliminary discus sion action on the report was deferred until ucxt meeting Mackins Social Club announced that it would give another of its popular dances on Wednesday night time eve of Thanksgiving Good talks were made by many of the members during the evening President Kieffer announced that a mass for deceased members of MacKln Council would be celebrated at St Lcclllas church at 730 oclock to morrow morning and he urged all members to be present at the offer Ing of time holy sacrifice OATHOLIO FEDERATION The Jefferson County federation of Catholic Societies held its regular monthly meeting at the Catholic Womans Club on Thursday night ot last week President Anthony Sheridan presided mind the attend ance woes satisfactory After the routine business was transacted there was a lengthy discussion con cerning time posting of obscene show bills on billboards A committee vas appointed to get copies of ordinances on this subject from Chi cinnati Newark N J Boston ant other cities In due time an ordinance will be drawn and presented to the General Council for enactment WORKING FOIL CHAIUTV Arrangements for the big bazaar for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital are growing atflcarrangedewill be held at Xlederkranz Hall oa December 13 14 and 15 The first steps wore taken at a meeting at Stt Frariclq Hall oh Friday night of last week and wan followed by a larger meeting on Monday night Nfearly ever parfait In time city was eprc enletl aid favorable progress was made1he prompters are satis tied with the preliminary Work MASONIC THEATEU Beginning Mondaj oembrtlland continuing throughout Thanks rlvfeg week Llebler dr Company will present their satirical drama A Little Hfo thereof v the Rich n ft the Masonic Theater MktiniMw wUriMt given on ITuningl Y diy and Sat ottdaycoapany lv a roD one and ngajmeiat Aem 14I prow e For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street I T REMOVALn o BRUNN The Jeweler9- a Formerly at 526 West 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