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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1rL KENTUCKY 19 LOUISVILLE IRIllSATURDAY AMERICANIIL A a It ZI rr fciul8liop Ireland Has Words Praise For Grand Old Iftrot Orderc c I n Traditions ol the Isle ofSnlnts Should JBe KeptAAllvcC Advises Countrymen to Ue Equal to Opportunities Offered LOVE FOR THE AMERICAN FLAG t Last week mention was made of the magnificent reception tendered James J Regan by the citizens of St Paul In honor of his election to the National Presidency of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the r 4 stirring address of Archbishop John li eland After paying high tribute to the personal worth of President Itegan and congratulating the Ancient Order on the wisdom of Its U selection the Archbishop said I come cheerfully to this meeting i ti do honor to President Regan I come also very cheerfully to show my regard for the Hibernians But before I venture to speak ot the Hibernians In general I must In justice take this opportunity to say to the Hibernian of Minnesota that I feel very deeply Indebted to them for their courteous and generous net in their late convention at Farl hault when they said We era go- Ing to give 12000 or 15000 to the College of Si Thomas Shall I say that I was astonished at what they dldl Not a bit I ought by this time know the stuff of whlch Hibernians are made They have their virtues They may now and then have their faults but one thing every one admitstheir goner 4 bftlty for a good and noble cause BHbwipart trom that great act how t much there IBI In the motives and Ifeve1 ent of this association that T I jfaat iWrnlr rePct and love The Hibcrtlisa4Itayq4M1wo llrQPOsltona tYHyHlIPtea metw ve its eastrthe Illo if iy ye ria urpo9sjtFY keep before theire1 a minds and A jffrilill iti lrchlfl dren the noble traditions the sweet rnd strong virtues of which Ireland Las been the theater for some 2000 earsSecondTheyhave this other pur J pose To encourage one another to help one another to be worthy of the older traditions to encourage and help one another to move forward i reaching out for that what is best and post beautiful in this land of America their home today and the home of their children tomorrow Well may you love and cherish the traditions of the Isle of Saints let I would not for a moment In voke the traditions and memories of other lands and civilizations if by so doing I would weaken iln the small est degree our sense of duty to th Republic of the United States would not awake the memories o ether lands and civilizations if were to chill in the slightest man her our ardent lovo for the American flag and for all that It symbolizes Hut with this declaration of loyalt- to America I would say remember the land of your forefathers inhale irons it the sweetest perfume it can give out and spread that perfume over the land of America And so let us from every land ot which we are descendants keep iIn holy memory the great and gopthings of that land In order bu today the better men and in or for that America may be that which I believe is its providential destiny In moral and social citizenship in governmental Institutions what it Is In its fields mountains rivers and lukes the first and est land over which has passed the hand of the great Creator And so Hibernians would remember the days of old They would remember the glories of DrLan Boru the valor of Sarsfield they would recall tho work of thol beloved apostle and patron St Pat rck they would remind each other of thb sages and scholars that went out from their beloved isle to spread the light across the whole continent of Europe they would remember the poets and bards whose harps UngerinOh I rJJuld tell you of the heroes who ora hundreds of battlefields within our own Ireland and upon every land under the sun showed themselves to be of the highest courage and valor heroes whose thbrighteaty e land But I must not venture far 1 In recalling old memories for the field entrancinglyoutooa unnecessary for I am sure you have heard often and often from father and mother from grandfather and grandmother of the land of the but- tercuP and the daisy of the land Consecrated every inch by the B rood of martyrs and valiant war ors fighting for Ireland Surely Ehat ur yoceatorscameSt trick It is a small Island and i where could you stand upon the be without hearing of ItT Where you go without meeting those will My We are from Ire America this country Las tare ot them South America flown over tIepaaaOtUuiI- ne mss whole eoleates of o n them In Australia New Zealand the islands of the Pacific the East Indiesthey are there And If you go to any land on the continent of Europe you will find there descend ants of those who left Ireland high in position and honored by their fellow citizens In the city of Paris they have each year a banquet of the ancient Irish the descendants of those who bore the honored name ol the Wild Geese And it is the Fame in Spain in Austria and In Germany Oh they are everywhere and they are one and all proud of old land whence they sprung nd why should not Hibernians then keep dts memory gr nCAnd now as to the other proposi tion before you To all work as Hi bernians or other descendants of Ireland to be worthy of Amenloa You are at home here As Senator Clapp a few moments ago put it In Ireland you dreamed of liberty here you enjoy it Feel at home but be worthy of ithe home Watch one another and help one another so that none fall by the wayside BO that none be of whom old Ireland would be ashamed Work to keep up the traditions and glories work to keep up that invincible courage In maintaining your convictions before God that adhesion to conscience which after three hundred years of persecution the like of which is un recorded in any land is as deep as vigorous and as resolute as on the tlrst day of the battle You are here in America side by side with the other nationalities Welcome them love them They are with you fellow Americans and fellow Christians I dislike very much that false spirit of adhesion to olden memories which would lead us to keep aloof from those who come to America from other lands We should mingle with all of them and love them all for they have come here as we have doneto build up a new nation The memories of your own taco should prompt you to love them all for when your toro fathers wore persecuted at home they found friends and allies in nearly every one of the lands on thee continent of Europe Let the only battle be which will put forth the strongest energy and do the best for ourselves for America and forhumanityThis Irish patriotism You have hnotnot successful in life Her gifts are profusionBethat is going Do not be satisfied ThefaultIshatmoYrow For the sake of that land forltl1gfSarsfield h3 atfI tbdsbloodyourbToodforhonor and thus you will be bringing honor on yourselves and the race So I knowIt gladtootherdescendantsward and Join hands with you and say We will work with you for ourselves for yourselves1 for the old land and tor the honor and glory of the Irish race In America HOT ONE GladdensIReply to fInsult hadyagainst alEttersayingthatacknowledge that he is a Jesuit In I characIterJst findItrise of youhadntyoullMar ottheThereisyoull be glad to get Just as soon as I am elected Pope that massacre is going to begin which Leo ordered faithfulhadnt theMayora goLngthrough WashJngtond we are going to make a pile of corpses of Protestant ministers 1 in thllJlthewUltakeI heapTheres country but several now theological oncebynish the supply Wove got the rail roads chartered to haul em tram all parts of the country Arent you beInthe top for you Apex reserved for former admirers And when thepile is complete Im going to mount andbowlthlsdowntoand read it to em Itll thrill cm doesntbeUevter with him hes a Jesultl SON IS ILL fter+ Tuesday when they reWved mews of the ilteese of their son R ell 1tI8Minforounot alarming and brought relief to his u w y frteaulfl awd relatives n tt I MONSTER Demonstration Will Mark Close Democratic Campaign Tonight Prominent Men From All Sec tions Will Speak For Ticket Candidates For the School Com mission Under False Colors PARADE FIFTEEN MILES LONG The local Democratic campaign will close tonight with probably the longest parade ever seen In Louis vllle and certainly the largest demonstration of any political party In the history of the city conservative estimates placing its length at fif teen miles The route of the parade will terminate In front of the Court- House where several speakings will bo held one In front of the Wlllard Hotel and one at each corner of the Court House yard Among the speakers will be Hon Joe Black burn Hon A S Burleson Congress man from Texas Congressman Ollie Poynterlion p1EdwardsI Bullttt Jacob Sollinger Wheeler Campbell Charles F Taylor Clean JUdgeShaclrelfordand others With this formidable paradethesuccessful campaign one which will prove that the voters of Jefferson I county have turned their backs on the Republican party I I The closing week of the campaign featIurosent Judges on the bench are very careless with the truth or that the exDemocrat Hunter Ross who t tailed of election as Bond Recorder I is a wonderful fabricator In plain beacIceptedor the signed statement of Judge GregIoryI Ij theiJUed by the Evenlni Post as that could hartlly be expected KentuckyIrishthe foot that the Herald and Post I accused John Whallen of trying to bring politics into the schools but have been afraid to criticize singly I or as a whole tho members of the tobringwho believe that though the Cath olics pay their pro rata of the school taxes they should have no voice in tho government of the schools This ticket known as the nonpartisan ticket held a meeting In the Scottish Rite Cathedral last Friday night ondeninlngCathollcs In the school government A letter was read from the Rev Leonard Doolan indorsing their ticket the substance of which was to boycott their fellowCatholic voters The Rev Doolan is the same minister who led the fight for prohibition In the Highlands some time ago and was the cause of a good deal of bit lernees between the good people fiff that section Ministers like Doolan atheyn s or antiCatholic crusades for their livelihood Several good citizens who were roped to the meeting un der false pretenses were quick to denounce the object of the leaders dontknoVodesignated by Dr Bloom as the A SimpsonEdwardJenkins Dr A B Weaver and George W Stoffey Stick a pin 1In this list and watch how far down they will run proving that the goodI people of Louisville are on to their curves JOHN BUTLER DEAD Though not unexpected the news of the death on Monday of John Butler son of Deputy Assessor Mar tin J Butler 1845 Baird street was a shock to his wide circle ot friends and acquaintances For the past six months the deceased had been a sufferer from a complication of dIg oases ibut was fully prepared and nUyJohnold a dutiful son and loving brother genialdlsPQsltlonall whom he met Besides his par ents three brothers and six slater survive him The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Pat ticks Rev Father Crdnln V G be ing the celtobrant of the solemn mass of requiem IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES andIentuckysceneImpressivecereomonfeWednesday dlYwhenthehapplneeand receiving their first holy com PflBtor tefullydecoratedaltars were ablaae jirtk myriads eL UcMi In a fMlinff but etoqueat mouser Father Yerkealled akentten to the graces conferred upon them and adjured his young friends to offer their holy communion for the repose of the souls of their departed friendsi DEATH i Brings to Close a Young Life of rItreatJ Promls One of the saddest Events In the history of SU Francis College at Clncll1naU was thosddshofM1ianeot- tsi most popular and amiable youngt students George Hlldeshedm the tifteenyear old suit and only child of Mr and Mrs 0 liUdeshelmi prominent members ot St Pauls parish this city The news of his death was a shock to all who know him After having served mass Sat urday naming October 22 George was taken 111 and soon became un wareIsummonedof meningitis which baffled medical skill In the evening the stricken youth was removed to St Marys I j Hospital where all possible care and attention wore paid him especially jI by his lovIng parents and the Rev P Rector who were at his side un til the bitter end All day Sunday I andIFather that If It were bis holy will He might epare the loved one Mon day morning he regained consciousness and with childlike simplicity and wonted devotion received the last sacrament He lingered until night when God was pleased to send the Angel of Death to call home the beautiful Innocent soull On Tuesday morning the corpse chapelIRev P Urban assisted by Rev P Basil Rev P Valentine and Frater Placidus In glowing words Rev P Egbert pald a loving tribute to the deceaseds memory It was as he said a beautiful close to a beautiful life The corpse was then transferred theifuneral took place from their home StPaulchurchsang by Revs P Urban Murray and Acker eglI1ege mass the corpse was taken to the family tat in St Michaels cemetery where the last rites of the church having been performed all that was mortal of the child lot our affec Lion was lowered JiM the grave Inhere to awalt ithefljiisumanone The deceased was borri In IxUlavlUe Iin 1895 Having finished the spar ochial school hit entered St JCaviers College this city where he endeared himself alike ito his professors and fellow students In 1909 he entered St Francis College at Cincinnati to prepare himself for holy priesthood in the Franciscan order Here as elsewhere his sterling traits of char acter won for him the love and ad miration of all In him his parents lose a dutiful son their pride and hope St Francis College a PromIs- Ing student his friends and asso ciates a pleasant and exemplary companion but all gain a friend and in tercessor in heaven REUNION Hiberniansl Will Entertain In Honor of P HI Callahan Division 1 A OK will enter tain the Hibernian and the Ladles Auxiliary and their friends at an open meeting and reception in honor of P H Callahan at Falls City Hall on Tuesday evening November 15 when that gentleman will tell of his trip and experiences in Ireland dur ing the past summer At the meet ing Tuesday night Thomas Keenan reported that the invitation had been accepted and in appreciation thereof it was decided to invite alt the mem bers of the order in the Falls Cities and their wives and friends to be the guests of Division 1 that night The Literary Committee is arranging a suitable programme and will pro asIsurance pleasant evening President Tom Walsh occupied the chair and c greeted by a splendid attendance o members Satisfaction was expressed with the reports from the county convention and attention was calls to the election of division that will take place the first meeting next month The applications of John Barry and William OConnor were received and another member will be received by transfer DIPLOMA FOR SISTER Mrs Mary J QuInn 1721 Bair street has returned from Joplin Mo whore she attended the com mencement exercises ot St John s Training School for Nurses on Oc tober 26 Among the graduates was Sister Mary Alphonsus a Kentucky girl who received high honors and will be stationed at St Johns Hospital FEDERATION The regular monthly meeting of the Jefferson County Catholic Feder ation will be iheld at the Catholic Womans Club next Thursday night President Sheridan and Secretary Kelly have arranged for the attendance In the history ot the Fed station and hays sent invitakms to all Catholic societies Right Rev Dents ODoiugbue will vllthe lIed station that veaing when many eeUllg1U8awill also dtllvwr an address a o 1 ASSURED Redmond lies Not Doserte- Parnells I Homo Rule Standard Irish Party Little Affected by Factlonlstaud Unionist Ravings Will Not Tolerate Any Post ponmctit ot Demands Made APPROVE TilE IRISH ATTITUDE The Dundalk Democrat always conservative and reliable declares that a good deal of ink has been wasted many reams of fair white paper blackened Jn vain and much oratory unprofitably squandered over the alleged desertion of Par neWs home rule standarddale John Redmond Readers of the press during the past two or three weeks will not need to be reminded of the origin of all ithls It has been kept before them with exceeding dill gence Letters and articles and speeches galore have been written printed and uttered to the end that Redmond the traitor 1 should be properly unmasked The Tory press and the factionists had no other theme and sundry Innocent peopleI were beginning to fear that some thing real was behind it all and that the flag had been hauled down a little and the Nationalist demand whittled away to meet the views of English politicians The bulk of the Nationalist body staunch adherent Of the Irish Party and convinced believers in the honesty and sagacity of its leaders were little affected by the ravings of the factlonlst and Unionist orators and writers but even they were re lieved when the dally papers pub Ifshed Redmonds telegram repudiat- Ing l the alleged Interview The ab surdity of itho suggestion that theI Irish leader would have selected an American platform to announce the wateringdown of the Irish demand was sufficiently patent Redmonds own speeches at the opening ot th present mission to the States spok thdllegede World with so much circumstance by the London Express called for explicit repudiation Redmond states that his interviewer Saw him In his hotel for two minutes that the latter took rao motes of the interview that he asked for a definition of home rule and was referred to an article written by Redmond in the wagseinefrom that article since the Tory press admits that It enunciates no new principle and leaves the writer and his party on the question of home rule In Redmonds own words precisely where Parnell stood To put the matter beyond doubt Red mond lays down the position in these wordsOur minimum demand Is for an Irish Parliament with an Ezocuiv- responsible to it with full control over all purely Irish affairs This Is the definition of home rule to which the English Prime Minister and the entire Liberal party stand pledged and is our minimum As for whale t called home rule all round or a general system of federation of course If England Scotland and Wales desire to have ParliamentIunder a federated would have no objection and I think would agree that our new home rule constitution should be of such a character as would fit Into a general system of federation later onbut It must be understood that wo can not in Ireland wait until Eng land Scotlandand Wales have mad up their minds to get home rule for themselves Home rule for Ireland must come first We will not tolerate any postponement of the ques Uon or any wateringdown of our demandsIt rather curious commentary on the implied deal between the Irish party and the Liberals that the welcomefsi The Federal home rule mares nest was the exclusive discovery of Resd down his demands and agreed toi take his place in a homeruleall round campaign And now thatt Redmond repudiates anything of thej kind the Liberal pros entirely ap proves of his attitude The Dally Chronicle says that Redmond l hornde3 i that claim Neither Scotland nor Wales has suffered as Ireland has from long years of oppression in justice and misgovernment Irelandi can not wait until England ScotlandI and Wales have made up their minds and no true Liberal would1 wish her to wait This Is a very definite pronouncement by one of the leading organs of English Liberal opinion and will be read with satisfaction by Irishmen If any Whig politician entertained the hope OL shelving the home rule question pending a scheme of federation must now feel that such a course is righttto ev dente that such an Idea ever was entertained The moral of the incident seems byhIrtek party and their mladed iprialaid l Jo have brought the homo tion very near to solution togetherLthey have only to keep stick to their organization trusted leaders and refuse to follow l the political will0theWe wisps of realized may very fidently predicted I INVADERS Gave Henry Hunold the Surprise of His Life Sunday j Henry Hunold the successful gro giventheSundayAboutroused from his afternoon siesta to find his handsome apartments invaded and himself surrounded by a byHenryGinn who had assembled to extend congratulations and wish him and his wife and daughters a long and DeI fore Mr Hunold had recovered from byhissented him a large and handsome bronze clock one of Klaubers most costly importations and a repre sentation of a beautiful scene In the Fatherlaid Mr Hunold was over come and could only turn to his wife and daughters who did their part most charmingly For an hour there were violin and piano solos by Minnie and Marie Hunold and James S Burns and a pleaMng by Joe McGinn Harry Veeneinan Will Meehan Michael Reichert and Henry Gottbrath At this point Mrs Hunold Invited all to the dining room and assisted by Mrs James S HenryGottbrathserved a most tempting supper to HenrySelbelErb Martin Ratterman Harry Par lift William Blttner James S Burns Pros Rldsdale Col J W Dundon Rod IUdsdale W O sender Wllliamr M HIggins James Daugherty Louis Ho dapp William Bartels M W Brock Walter Bailey Michael Reichert Will Quinlan John J Grotty Will T Meehan J H Mc Evoy Harry Veeneman D T Wimisatt Albert Roth Clarence Hayden FryeTher remain a pleasant memory to all the partlclpants FINISHe a Will Mark Mackin CoOn ells Membership Contest There was not the usual attend ance at the meeting of Mackin Coun cil on Monday night owing to the fact that it was Halloween night andI ttes celebration Notwithstanding this seven additional applications for membership were received narrow ing the contest now in progress which rpomlses to develop into a warm finish and bring the member ship up to 50- 0Thecontcst will close November r 20 and will be a red letter day iin the history of the local YM I In Dfackiaand candidates will attend high mass at St Anthonys church and receive holy communion in a body Begin ning at 2 oclock in the afternoon the initiation will take place when the winning team will be announced A fitting climax will be the banquet at the Gall House in the evening f honor of the new members their proposers and the rival teams Th Iinvitation of the Social Club to th complimentary dance Thursday night was accepted and all were urged to attend the joint meeting to be heldt Monday night under the auspices of Trinity Council PATRICKSe Dominicans Will Conduct a Mission Lasting Two Weeks The Rev J B OConnor Q p and the Rev V G Cleary two most able and eloquent preachers will open a two weeks mission at St Patricks church Thirteenth and Market beginning Sunday November 20 with a solemn high mass tto be sung by the pastor Rev James P Cronin V G The devotions for the first week will be exclusively for women those of the second week exclusively for men Speciall exercises and lectures will be ar ranged for the intermediates and children The time and nature of1n these latter will be announced dur- Ing the mission It has been u number of years since St Patricks congregation has had a mission and this announcement wilt be received with enthusiasm This will also be the first mission given in the city by the Dominican Mission Band r cently stationed here with quarters at the Dominican cottven under the Rev j B OConnor Th hours ot services will be the same at at all other missions FIFTY YEARS berMr and Mrs Frank Welsen borger old and respected residents of New Albany last Saturday eele Orated the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage and were tendered a joyous reception et their home 938 North State street In the uterioxthey attended St Mary church werethe mass Is honor ot their eeeltstedItt by u ilelbersa L MONUMENT To Gent James Shields Will Bo Unveiled Saturday November lit Stands Over Grave ol Bravo Soldier Patriot and Statesman lII First Ever Erected to Irish man by the United States CEREMONIES TO BE IMPRESSIVE On Saturday November 12 In St Marys Catholic cemetery at Carroll- ton Mo a bust of Gen James Shields will be unveiled over the grave of tho Irish soldier patriot and statesman This is the first monument ever erected to an Irishman by the Government of the United States though the Barry monument to the Father of the Navy Is under construction and to soon o be thesexecution of the work was given by JeromeeConnor a distinguished young sculptor of Irish birth now of Washington D C Mr Connor is u member of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians and a native of the County Kerry Ireland He came to America I schoolInprofession mostly In America but traveled abroad extensively and has acquired artistic ability of a high order His bust of Gen Shields has been pronounced a superb plow of modeling by many of his brother art ists and 4s the first work In sculpture to be approved11y the Na createdbyProsidentMr Connors bust of Gen Shields iis four times life size and one of theUnitedpolished granite pedestal ten feet theUnitedand the following IInscriptions ShleldaIJ1eJand- Ci Id 1810 eDtedinOttumwa Iow 187 On each side of the die will fce principalUatUespartln the Mexican arid civil wars and on the back will appear a bronze theStatessouri which the General represented StatesThoStrlaryston Mo and the unveiling and dedi cation r ensk ofCarrolltonandtheIrishssociettosMInnesotaIllinois willnbyArchbishop PresidentAncientOrderAmedcaGenNationalGovernment andnfromForttroopseof Missouri will participate as well 10 eas large delegations trom Irish organizations and the Grand Army of the Republic under sculptor and It is expected that the venerable widow of Gon Shields ac companied by her son Dr Daniel F attendthesixInchesacross the shoulders A half dozen army officers who knew Gen Shields truolikenessintrepidIrishand statesmanship has reflected so much credit Upon Ireland and her sepia The erection of the monument islargelytriotic efforts of Hon W W Rucker a memebr of Congress from Mis colleagJIC6tromHouse and Senate It is understood wIllithebustrplaster which he intends to pre sent to the public library of Car thatlIonorCongresspresenting a replica of the bust in otSteLEBANON WEDDING tInvitations receiY0dhereFlorenceEwhich will be solqmnized with u a nuptial mass at St Augustine church on Tuesday November 16 Tho brideelect is the highly accom pUshed and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward M Roney Mr Lancaster Is one of the leading uteri s of Marion county and comes from a tunnyTheevent of the season im Lebanon kiid Will lte Attended by 4sof the happy eotifle from1 atny parts of ttw lt4e C a r r s T qw u tlI- li tt K NTUOKY IRISHAlIIERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH pERlGflN kve1N tsthe Social aad Moral idrancemesiest of Irish Amertcaas and CibUn Officially Indorsed by AnctentOrdertof Hibernians Young Mans Institute of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COurncorponted Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc BnUred at U Loalivlltt PoitoMIc if SecoadCtu runtr AUra CoBaaaleitloDi to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Weat Greet St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5 1910 I DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES SIIERlEY SHACKLEFORD MILLER ISWAGAR r For Appellate Judge WHY NOT NOW In Monday mornings Courier Journal one reads that the Rev Dr E L Powell advises against fighting the Roman Catholic church Was it not for doing this very thing that the learned Doctor gave such fulsome ipraise to Martin Luther If It was all right to fight the church then why not now It Is the same today as in the beginning and in Luthers time We would call Dr Powells attention to his statements and kindly suggest that it would be proper for him to explain his inconsistency 6WAGAII SHEHLEV If there is any good reason for a Democrat to vote for Wheeler McGee for Congress instead of Swagar Sherley we have failed to hear or discover It No more com petent more diligent more accommodating man can be found In the Fifth district than Hon Swagar aherley The Democrats did a wise thing when they renominatod him for Congress He is popular hero Bad In Washington not only because of his personal manners but because of his ability and close attention to S business The people like a man who attends to the business for which he was chosen and who has tact and ability enough to go ahead and get results for the people he serves Swagar Sherley has proven i by experience that he knows what the duties of a Congressman are and he also knows how to get results His eight years In office have given him complete command of the situation And If the people of Louisville and Jefferson county want the good work that he has been doing con tinued they should vote for him on Tuesday November 8 THE CAMPAIGNS END This is practically the last day of the campaign About all has been done that can be done in the way of Work and it now remains to get out the vote If overt Democrat and friend of a clean and upright Judiciary will go to the polls next Tuesday we believe that Judge Shackelford Miller will be our next Appellate Judge elected by the biggest majority ever recorded In this district The Democrat who stays away will not add to the uncertainty of his election but will only reduce the majority Some men may feel that one vote does not amount to much but this district has hundreds of precincts and if half a dozen Democratic voters in each remains at home It means the loss of over a thousand votes and lack of confidence in the strength of the party Hence the importance of going to the polls and of seeing that lyour Democratic neighbor goes In the country and suburban precincts there may be old and decrepit voters who will vote the ticket If they get to the polls but who have no way of getting there It is therefore a duty to see that means of conveyance are provided for such In fact give this one day to the service of the party and thus to the service of the eountry Vote for Sherley and Miller and you will have fulfilled your dItty OLD FOGYISM The Catholic Sun speaks much truth in saying ithat when a manor 1 a boy undertakes to do hie duty h4- to j offantime dJen by kit OatboMe companions of being an old a fT ba ii uiMrd at for bJn PIoWae b jietsd ilt tniIpado fun efft1 Npsolalli bard or a youn t- man to be a real follower of the Lord in these days of progress and commercialism Diversions of every kind there are to distract The world the flesh and the devil draw away from sacred things Still i face of It all Christ is King and the young man and the old man who persevere are after all the salt of the earth When death comes and no one can get away from that what Joy will it be to hear those precious words Well done good and ifalthful servant enter thou int the Joy of thy Lord Think about It boys when the devil beckons you Into sin- UNDENIABLE There Is no denying the fact that the cost of living ia double what should be in this country There iis also a great number of unemployed men in the country who though havIng earned fairly good wages during the past five years have bee unable to accumulate anything for the proverbial rainy day Every intelligent person must concede that something must be done to alte these conditions and we believe the majority of the people are for a change of the national administration BE WITH US The majority of the Episcopalians are campaigning for the elimination of the term Protestant iIn connection with their church Why not asks the Rochester Citizen IeliminateI Episcopal and make a praiseworthy job of It by seeking stability and peace in the one true holy apostolic churchwhose head is Jesus Christ and whose foundation on earth i the rock of Peter Editor OMahony and the Indiana Catholic are evidently against the Irish Parliamentary party and the United Irish League which have bravely struggled for Irelands freedom from British rule They have been throwing cold water upo Redmond Devlin OConnor an I Boyle but without any effect People are wondering why they are following John Devoy England best friend upon this side the water The Post commends Bob ping hams extravagant Water Company investigations that cost the taxpayers about 40000 And what was discovered T Only that the largest contracts were honestly awarded Louisville firms and bust ness men who gave the Water Company full value for every dollar received The last fact hurts the Post which stands against home tontractors and industries Singular to relate every candidate en the Republican ticket for Judge of the Court of Appeals is a renegade Democrat Isnt this a rather sad commentary on the record of the oldline Republicans who have been Republicans from principle andI have borne the heat and the burden of the day In many a hard fought campaign The Herald on Wednesday morn ing told of an address delivered by Judge Thomas A Darker of the Court of Appeals As the AppellateI Judge t IB Henry s Darker and Thomas A Earlier te the Louisville t baseball attorney it Is evident that their egottetcal sporting editor to atworJconenew column A rote for Hon Iiwan Sbtrky meaniI I itbira1aaT y and that you would like to see the good workoontlnucdIIj The wall of the Evening Post for campaign funds exposed the cloven hoof Doibmed to defeat Its recklessness now knows mo bounds And this Is the sheet thatb81 been making believe It favored good government and honest elections Timothy Healy M P who has been opposing the Irish Parlla mentary party has been made a Kings Counsel at the English bar Will the Gaelic American and John Devoy have another fit A new City Hospital will benefit the poor not the rich and IiIs cer tainly needed But it will not be built unless the issue of bonds Ii voted for- Happy thought for the day Next Tuesdays election will lilt hard Uncle Sams Boys and the mug wumps who would bring religion Into politics f The great need of a new CIty Hospital is the best argument in its favor SADDENED Were Many friends by the Death of Mrs PJHanlon Many hearts were saddened when the unexpected death of Mrs P J Hanlon was announced llast Satur day Mrs Hanlon had been ill only a short time and In the beginning her ailment did not give cause for undue concern Several days previous to her demise however condi tions which were not favorable de veloped Brief periods of promise assurIIngI most tender trained attention wa andnserenity which had char cterled her II1 whole life prevailed to the last mo ment Mrs Hanlon was before her marriage Miss Lula Mattlngly daughter of Wallace J Mattlngly who has been dead several years Besides her husband she is survived by three children the youngest bu two weeks old Her mother Mrs j I bitoBlanche Mattlngly also survive her Mrs Hanlon was possessed of a love liness and purity of heart and mind that went out to all with whom she came in contact Her pleasing man ners and her gracious personality never failed to win instant admira tion She had a grace and charm Accomt uncomImonto society as well as to her own home The funeral took place Monday morning from St Louis Ber preachn ing a l1der a sermon GREAT SAINT ofrgreat sI Borromeo the Confessor He was an eminent ecclesiastical reformer a great philanthropist and a model Bishop He was associated with hisI uncle Pope Pius IV in administer ing the affairs of the Holy See It fell to him to direct the Council i of Trent and enforce the execution of its decrees He showed his cour age and great trust in God by re maining in Milan during the terrible plague of 1576 He founded t schools for the poor seminaries 10 clerical students and the com munity of Oblates of St Charles He died in 1584 He was born a Arena Italy in 1538 DESERVES SUPPORT unders taker and former member of the General Council has bee placed before the public by his friends as a candidateI for the new School Commission B education and business training Mr Smith Is In very way qualified for the position and would be a splen did man for the place His record in the Board of Councilmen I 1him as a man of the highest Integ drity and therefore we have no hes- Itancy of saying he deserves thet support of all friends of the public schools HER HAPPY DAY t Last Tuesday was a happy day fo Sister Agnlta Superior of St Cath erines School at New Haven for ft marked the silver jubilee of her profession Into the Sisters of Loretto There was a quiet but appropriate celebration of the event among Ith participants being the venerable mother of Sister Agnlta who ar rived on Saturday from St Louis Sister Agnlta is well known in Ken tucky and was the recipient of con- g atulatory messages from former pupils and friends in all sections of the State- BISHOP LUDDEN VISITS DENVER Luddenvisiting In Denver Col where foe has a number of relatives In the or der of the Sisters of Charity of St Joseph among ahem belngSistor M Stephen Superior of St Marys Hos pitall Grand Junction and Slater Agnes Marie the Bishops sisters Sister Winifred a niece and Siste- Mary Margaret a cousin A pleas tug feature ef Bishop Luddens visit was the banquet tendered the clergy of the Denver diocese in ills honor pltalpresldedlover I DEDICATION The Rev Father George Weiss and the people of his congregation have about perfected arrangements for the dedication of the sew St Georges church cm Sunday Novem her 20 Bishop QDonachue will whichiwill be beautiful and teaprwwlve and will to Mtetd by aearly all tM heal eIUa IJ D0Gt e IiIJ liiiiiliiAttlEliJames K Shannon has returned from a short stay at West Baden Springs Miss Clara Dannenhold has been visiting in Bowling Green the guest of Miss Alma Ktster Mrs Ada Thixton was this week the guest of the Misses Nora and Sallie Hart at Bardstown Mr and Mrs J B Ryan have been enjoying a week of rest and recrea tion at West Baden Springs Miss Mary E Conley 2424 Wont Broadway spent last week with Miss Katherlne Murphy in South Park Mr and Mrs John J Schulten and son Leo have taken apartments at the Louisville Hotel for the winter Mrs William Traoey of Kansas City is the guest of Mr and Mrs R E Pilclier at their home in the Highlands Miss Frances Wathen has returned froni Ottawa Can where shes has been visiting Mrs George Mulligan formerly of this city Miss Mayme Mackey entertained with a linen shower last night In honor of Miss Jewel Lawler who will be married this month Mrs T J Scanlon who has been visiting her cousin Mrs Catherine OBrien In South Louisville has returned to her home at Carrollton Miss Blanche Carr of 3116 Bank street entertained most delightfully at her home Thursday evening in honor of the Waller orchestra Aaron Kohn and family who have been summering at their county res idence near St Matthews have re turned to their home on Third street IMrs Albert Everslage who has andsMrs Seb Gruber In Portland left IndlanIMrs John Agan is home from Washington Ind wherbshe was called by the illness and death of her aged mother Mrs Catherine Gravest returnedito her theme at Frankfort after a most enjoyable visit with Mrs Ed Southworth and family In South Louisville I IEdwardI Driscoll of Vicksburg Miss arrived last Saturday to spend two weeks with his brother John Driscoll and other relatives in Jet forsonvllle I IWl11lamI E Nllest and bride who was Miss Carrie Sohocnmaun are iI Eastii honeymoon Dr Raymond Behrle and bride who Miss Lena Orthwas are expect SouthapendlngItheir honeymoon 1763II I Wilson avenue were the recipients rum enjoyable evening IIMissesI Norma Keiran Hortense Johnson Enid Youmans and Stella totTenr nessee thte Monon railroad who has been visit ing his Bisters Miss Mary Doherty and Mrs Edward Fitzpatrick New Albany loft Tuesday for his home in Chicago I MatLI thaws greatly enjoyed the linen tyMissheYwhose marriage to Ben Traut will soon take place i alwayssI a welcome visitor has returned to her spendtngters Misses Jennie and Annie Mur phy While here her friends enter tamed a number of evenings In her honor Quinlanr antr daughter Miss Mary Rose Qulnlan to Robert R Stengel of the stone contracting firm of Urban Stengel R placee this month One of the merriest of the Halloween parties Monday night was that entertained by Misses Mary and Anna Grimes at their home 1810 Portland avenue The parlors Wore artistically decorated and old time games were played after which all partook of a most palatable luncheon exquisitely served by the young hostesses laughterspending the past two weeks with the Misses ONeil on West Breckln ridge street will leave tomorrow for their home In Dayton Ohio 11118i Cowan Is a native of this city but residedrIn Dayton where her husband has a large tailoring establishment Miss Alma Dudley was given a surprise euchre party Monday even lag at her home 1918 Colgan street that was thoroughly enjoyable The prizes were captured by Walter Byerly and Mies Alma Dudley and John McGeorge and Mrs John Dud ley After the games the party sat down to an elegant Dutch supper Those preeent were Misses Alice Dudley Margaret Doyle Agnes Colli BellRyanComttdjv Lawrsn e Dudley Tom Doyle WHr Byerly Jofoe Dudley Will Sharp wd Mesas and Mao n r a I i r dames Byerly Dudley McGeorge Ryan and Howard The Anson Athletic Club was de lightfully entertained Halloween night at the residence of Phil Mc Govern 2813 Boiling avenue The rooms were tastefully decorated with autumn leaves vines and lanterns and after a number of Halloween games all partook of a bounteous luncheon Among the guests were Misses Rose Peak May Hussey Irene and Blna Sohm Florence Eckhart Clara May Tabor Jeannetta Slkklng Claudia Honaker Anna Mary Mar garet and Beatrice McGovern Messrs Frank Recclus Will Hussey Joe Sohm John Hagner Charles Honaker Arthur Wlegart John Patto N Rhodes Phil McGovern Wellington Honaker Raymond and Sidney Adams and Mrs Honaker and Mr and Mrs Phil McGovern KNIGHTS OP HOLMI I e Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Milwaukee had balloting for fortyfour candidates last week The Knights of Logansport Ind are conducting a billiard tourna ment The second degree was exempli fied last week to a class of twenty seven at Syracuse Indianapolis Council closed its October special feature meetings with an entirely novel and unique- Ha11oweencelebratlon A new council was instituted last Sunday at St Peter Minn The visiting Knights and their ladles were escorted from tee depot to the church by the local militia com panyThe Elwoodladfor the order The ceremonies be gan at 8 In the morning and dinner thechurchSt Paul Knights fool keenly the death of Rev John Dillon for two years their chaplain and active in all their movements Father Dillon was a native of Ireland and but thirtytwo years old Milwaukee Knights will expend 50000 in improving their now property Another building which will include eight or more bowling alloys a swimming tank billiard and pool lhall etc will be erected The Knights of Memphis are inltlatlon conferring the degrees upon the largest class In the history of the council all sat down to a fine ban quet CHURCHES WERE THRONGED The Catholic churches were thronged on Tuesday All Saints day and again on Wednesday All Souls day The first was a holy day of obligation The masses on Wednesday were offered for the sepos3 of the souls of the dead and during the day thousands visited the cemeteries to again offer prayers for their deceased friends and relatives The Catholic church appeals to its members to remember their departed in their prayers that they may be acceptedInto beautifulVISIT FIJOM STORK The home of Mr and Mrs John Rodgers 1925 Bank etreet received a visit from the stork early Wednes day morning leaving another pretty girl baby to share their wealth and happiness The proud father who is on the Evening Times at once put on a sub and has been kept busy since receiving congratulations The christening will take place on Sat urday November 12 the tenth aunt versary of the marriage of the proud parents CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Next Friday night the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will meet In monthly session at St Marys Hall Eighth and Grayson The meeting will bean interesting one as Michael Relchert and President Eugene Mc Carthy will announce the Deputies appointed and approved by Supreme President Gaudin Several important questions will be discussed and ar rangements perfected for work among the various branches during the next few months KEIRAN LYNCH Mrs Owen Kelran has announced the engagement of her daughter Miss Molly A Kelran to Christopher M Lynch Miss Kelran has for sev eral years past been prominent in IrishAmerican and Catholic social circles and Is a popular young lady The wedding will take place the lat ter part of this month Tho groom is to be congratulated upon winning so worthy a bride HAPPY UNION The boils of St Patricks church at Mt Sterling will ring joyously next Tuesday morning when with a nuptial mass the Rev T J McCaf frey will unite in the holy bonds of wedlock James Peters and Miss Emma Gullfoyle two of the best known young people in Montgomery county Both are prominent socially and the ovens will be one of much Interest MACAULEYS The House Next Door a refined comedy that rings with laughter from curtain to curtain presented by J E Dodson and a distinguished company will be Macauleya offering for the first half of next week Beginning Thursday Marie Tempest will be the attraction taking the leading role in the beautiful play Caste in which she has developed into the foremost comedienne now appearing PORTLANDS NEW MASCOT The Portland baseball club has signed a new mascot for Bxtsea havlirJuatILallyylit c o 1 i lt14OHtN4oaiN109Ni N1N tI Fort Your Furniture Wants 1 WANT YOUR TRADE b My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest andmy terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street SCHOOL FOOTWEAR FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Bring your children to us for their School Footwear The mod complete stock in the city to select from All the latest styles and makes and at prices that will surprise you Mens and Womens 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Try Dougherty Lanning for the best quality of Pittsburg and elllcoCcal NOME PHONE 1783 COMB 907a YARDS I5IH X IWNOliA 7IH S MAGNOliA All the late and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us Mve year Jwys M decades that will prey pare tries fir life ST XAVIER COLLEGE 112 W Broedway LoHlsvlllo K- ytaeXireetipiherr = CIuIMa1 a caed awes Iafae8wtMlII Pealg trernFa Modenrtt BTOJHUM r- ea n 0 J HIBERNIANS j What They Have Been Dolrf the Put WeekGeneral- News Notes Congratulations arc pouring In upon County President Lynch Minneapolis Hibernians have a football team that is attracting much attentionThe call of the New York county convention showed fortyfive divisions represented With its vast Irish population New York City has only 6500 mem bers of the Ancient Order Toe Ladles Auxiliary will be fully represented to hear Mr P H Calla han tell of his trip to Ireland Dont forget that all are invited to the next meeting of Division 1 Make it a big and happy reunion Division 4 will meet November 14 and at that time the Literary Com mttteo will have several announce mentsThe Now York county convention pledged hearty support to rthe visit fag Irish envoys and the cause they representMobile Hibernians have arranged a rousing reception for Joseph Dev lin when he visits their city next ThursdayFollowing the election of division officers the County Board will be gin active Work and expect to sur pass all former records The meeting of the Ladles Aux iliary was well attended Wednesday night For them the past year has been a most successful one P J ODonnell will lead the Hi bernians of Minneapolis for the next two years having been elected County President for another term The calico ball of the Ladles Auxiliary of St Paul was a big hit and the large crowd In attendance enjoyed the programme from the be ginlng Buffalo Hibernians at their county convention approved with pride and satisfaction the pledge bound Irish Parliamentary party and Its leader John Redmond Including the property at One Hundred and Sixteenth street and Fifth avenue estimated at 200000 the total assets of the order in New York county are 222800 Having served eight years County President McCormick of Buffalo asked that the convention retire tim Just before leaving the chair he was presented with a handsome gold watch suitably Inscribed The fact that this year two mem bers will be chosen for the Amuse wont Committee wll lend added In terest to the elections to be held the first meeting In December by the eight Indianapolis divisions- A splendid public reception was given the Minnesota State officers elect at Duluth Right Rev James McGolrick was present and spoke eloquently on the influence of the order in promoting education and re ligion in America In concluding he presented State President Ryan with a specially bound autograph volume in green and gold of the life of St Patrick YOUNG LIFE ENDED The Angel of Death entered the home of Frank E Mlvelaz 2218 West Broadway Tuesday morning and took from the loving father and mother their eightyearold son Charles Francis Mlvelaz The fu neral took place Wednesday when the mortal remains were tenderly laid to rest in a flower covered grave in St Louis cemetery HOPKINS THEATER Lovers of high class vaudeville and good comedy will be delighted with next weeks offerings at Hop kins Theater The various num bers are both lively and now and full of fun and Interest Those who will appear are well equipped with good voices pleasing personalities and magnetic manners Some new pictures will bo shown and the programme will be changed on Thursday ARCHBISHOP FARLEY ILL Archbishop Farley since the con secratlon of St Patricks Cathedral has suffered from a slight nervous breakdown and on the advice of his physician lias gone on a three weeks tour of the West and South During his absence the affairs ol the arch AuxiliaqBIshop FORTY YOURS PRAYER Tomorrow at the high mass the Forty Hours devotions will begin at St Charles Borromeo church and will continue until Tuesday Father Raffo will conduct the services but will be assisted by a number of priests of the city- WONDERFUL IF PERFECTED Rev Father Adrain dAntonlo a Franciscan of the Province or Abruzzi has quite recently placed before the Minister of Industries in Italy the scheme of an automatic apparatus designed to prevent a headon collision between two trains BREATHE DEEPLY A simple way to get warm attar exposure to cold is to take a long breath with the mouth firmly stout Repeat this several times until you begin to feel the heat returning It requires a very short time to do this The long breath quickens the pulse and thus causes the blood to circulate faster The blood flows nto all parts of the veins and arteries and gives out a great deal of heat It Is stated that this method of deep breathing prevents colds and a great many other ailments if begun in time OAKS HINT To prevent your cake from stick ing put a paper to your pan grease ft then sprinkle flour in put your cake la and bake When done your cake will come out and paper pvrtl off of the cake without any trouble et Ucktar u- Iu I ti f If If you 1want th- eBEST OVERCOATin I 1OH j I I or at any Higher Price come here for itff Any materialany kind of pattern any style The thats rightII money in anything you buy at LEVY5ITHIRDIiI I I I The Bright Spot in touUvllle LIGHTED CANDLES Are Significant of Christ the Light of the World Frequently nonCatholics ask why lighted candles are used in Catholic churches and what they signify The following most appropriate answer was prepared by a well known priest writer and should be preservpd by our Catholic readers Candles when lighted express joy God ordered brazen candelabra to be placed in the Ark of the Covenant There were certainly candles or olive roil lamps used at the Last Supper for It took place in the night when the Paschal Lamb was always eaten When the early Christians who took refuge In the catacombs passages and rooms excavated under ground lights were not only used for religious manifestations but from necessity When the church came forth from these underground refuges the lights were still used but not front necessity They were kept as reminders of the days of persecution and for symbolical reasons Lighted candles were sig nificant of Christ the Light of the World Christ dispelled the dark ness that enwrapped the world by his revelations and doctrines Dark ness Is a synonym for Ignorance By the teachings of our Lord on our origin and final destiny tthelgnor ance of men was scattered and their minds illuminated The lighted candle is an emblem of faith which throws light upon what concerns us most seriously Its flame which always Ascends Is a symbol of hope directing our desires and aspirations toward heaven The heat of hhe lighted candle expresses the fire and warmth of Chrlniian charity Hence the lighted candle viewed In Its symbolical sense by reminding us of Christ draws us closer to Him In thought and teaches us a larger and practical appreciation of his mission and imparts us a livelier view of the chief virtues that should adorn our souls Again the candle is the emblem of a Chris tians life and duty As the candle Is wholly consumed in Gods service to each man should from baptism until death be consumed in serving God Hence candles are truly useful as manifestations of our Inward emotions and Virtues and serve us as teachers of important truths LATEST IN STYLES Shopping bags are a bit smaller than last season All coat and dress sleeves con tinue to be small Suit coats are generally short separate coats are long Shaggy goods are the order of the day for outdoor wraps Chamois Is seen as the facing to the brim of some large hats Wool embroidery is the latest trimming for afternoon gowns Maline is to be used for trimming the winter hats of silk or satin Draped effects are seen in skirts for wear on all sorts of occasions Jaunty silk ties both in black and colors will be wotn with cloth suits Effective dress or jumper slips are made of the pretty figured silko llnes Black or black and white veils will be worn In preference to colors this seasonMuffs I of satin velvet or silk matching ones costume will be ex tremely modish this winter The stock and tie have come back into fashion affording relief from the monotony of the stiff collar Old fashioned fringes trimmed with beads are among the quaint trimmings coming back into favor I1 KEEPING TilE SECRET Now Johnny said the teacher It your mother bought three bas kets of grapes the dealers price beI- ng twentyfive cents a basket how much would she pay for the entire IoU Nobody couldnt tell answered Johnny Mas a wonder when It huckstersdoWBi COAL IN PHILIPPINES tt aktIvelyj 1WMttOOeowlloecliy aad oae by a private +lJNirNMB t1 1 IRELAND Record of the lion Important el tbe Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges The death of T Horgan draper at Kinsale has occasioned much re gret In the district Cornelius McNamara has been LimerickjThe son of John ODpwd M p1 South Sllgo has been + appointed engineer under the Congested Districts Board Judge Barry at the opening of the Ennlscorthy Quarter Sessions had only to deal with four criminal cases of an ordinary nature Dr P M Quinn was unanimoucly elected by the Sligo County Council NortherndIvisioncountyf orInverferty with three beautiful chalices goldI of Mrs road Galway a She was ninety years of age Urban theUrbanwasJamesthetenantstate an extensive property In West signedpurchase RevJtheMosttthebuUdlngef JohnMarnerhasbeenInCountycortege was large and representative The valuable and old established pot still distillery at Galway known as Nuns Island Distillery Is now for sale by private tender in pursuance BartonInThe estateKilkennywasof nineteen anda half years pur chase The costs of the proceedings are lobe defrayed by the tenants By the death of James McKell which occurred after a brief illness Portadownhaslost citIzensorJglnalfoundersreading room 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of our superior service In treating one customer the same as another ndisI a pct to tie well considered when pur chasing a pi ma We invite inspections and comparison MONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Iacarp rate4 OOSOUO FOURTH AVENUB rw We Give a Rebate Ticket Good For 10 Cents in Trade with every purchase of 2 I12 Ibs New Blend Coffee 55c 12 lb of New Blend Tea 30c Ilib Baking Powder 40c JOHN M MULLOYr hoes Pboot i jaj 818 ter lKARJCEr 1911 ET aMANOTICE To the Voters of Louisville You are asked regardless of party affiliattons to vote for th issue of bonds for the new hospital at the coming election The undersigned Commission composed of two Democrats an equiptentl from the sale Of thh bonds if voted We pledge our best endeavors toward giving you a modern up todate hospital which will Put Loqisvilteon a par with other cities of her class in the matter of caring for toe sick poor whose welfar- asle been heretofore sadly neglected by reason of a hospital build ing our citizens should be ashamed to be longer responsible for Wilt you help the good cause by your votes and assistance an indicate the same on the coupon below which should be mailed to Thomas D Osborne Room 312 Columbia Building JOHN H LEATHERS Chairman ARTHUR PETER Vice Chairman JOSEPH HUBBUCH SR GILMER S ADAMS TO THE HOSPITAL COMMISSION IAm in favor of the Hospital Bond Issue and agree to tivorh iin my precinct on election day for its passage t tiI Signed r Address Ward and Precinct KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SWYEHM POSTCARDS PICTURE FRAMING 321 W Jefferson Opplinterurban Station GEHER SONS 215 WEST MARKET STREET SBTI TUB CBIHBRATBD NNORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation Tbs QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features 01 practical value that are considered deslr ered desirable In a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the uatlic t H H t titIt H It f It It dllu Wmu JLiIlP t n- AL KQLB GI845 Wt GreenStrt oia lDi414Ur- L J fA fA IJi uIU tI fta I Y D LADIES SHOWER For St Anns Ncw Rec tory and rather Hill What promises to be one of the seasons most enjoyable and earn mendable events will be the miscel laneous shower to be given next Thursday afternoon and evening by the ladles of St Anns parish fo the new rectory and Its zealous pasrI tor the Rev Father Hill St Anns Is the baby parish of the diocese and sInce having been placed In charge Father HlUhas done wonderful work and overcome many obstacles The new rectory Is about completed and Father Hill Is now residing there and It Is the purpose of the good ladles of the parish to furnls- it In a manner suitable for a pries- of God Those who reside outside the parish will find the new place well worth a visit The ladles of the congregation Invite their friends throughout the city to be with them next Thursday at 1607 Seventh street where the shower will take place There will be room for all and everybody will be welcome t TRINITY COUNCIL New form of Entertain ment For Joint Meeting Trinity Council will entertain at Its club house on Baxter avenue Monday night with a Joint meeting the guests being the members ot Mackln and Unity Councils The pro gramme will be an interesting one and will be entirely different from any witnessed at former Joint meet ings with an abundance of refresh ments President Ecker and his committees have been planning for this event for some weeks and will1 have some enjoyable surprises The meeting Monday night was well attended and Interesting and much business was transacted Pros dent Ecker announced that on No vember 14 there would be a mock trial for the entertainment of the members and that on the Thursday following Trinity Council would give Its annual fall euchre and dance for which there will be many handsome prIzes Extensive prepare dons are being made for a big initia tion on the last Monday ot this month when Trinitys membership will be greatly Increased For thisI event a side degree Is being rehearsed by the team that will ex emplify the Inttlatory ceremony and It is said to be much better than any ever before produced here Trin ity Is filling a longfelt want in the Highlands and is growing In popular ity with the young men cf the east cityeANNOUNCEMENT dWilliam M Bohon is anouneed fin the Kentucky Irish American as a candidate for the School Commission created by act of the last Logic lature This commission wll too com posed of five members and will supersede the present School Board Mr Bohon Is one of the best known and popular oven In Louisville eBeginning life as a printer he has occuped many posltlons of trust all of which he has filled with dis hnds brought into contact with the business men of Louisville and they are supporting hImIn his candidacy having proof of his honesty and ability Mr Bohon was recently elected a member of the School Board to fill a vacancy He has ac quainted himself with the needs of the public schools and deals with the Important questions Involved in their management In a thorough and businesslike way Mr Bohon ie liberal In his views and is the very type of man that should be chosen VICTIM OF CANCER Gus T OLeary thirtythree years of age a highly respected citizen of Shelbyvillo and one of the best known traveling men In the State died Monday at his home after a lingering Illness of cancer and though expected the news of his death cast a pall of gloom over the entire community Gus OLeary was I popular with al caroi and was con nected wth all ventures for the ad vancement of his home city He was a member of the United Commercial T aveVs and Louisville Council of tto Knights of Columbus which was largay reprerented at the funeral Besides hs wife whowas Miss Emma Kaltenbacher of Shelbyvllle he B survlv d by two sons Dominic and Fernaid OLeary and several brothers and sisters The funeral to 3k DIMe Wednesday morning the Rev John Riley being the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem In his sermon upon death he made feeling allusion ito the loss Shelby vllle had sustained FANCY DRESS The Columbia Athletic Club has dlspos9d of many tickets and looks forward to a big turnout of Its friends Monday night at Germanla Hall when the much talked about fancy dress ball will take place The committee that made the arrange ments Is composed of the following gentlemen William Abel George Mueller J Habensteln H Metten W Broriger C Zehe Edward Brueg geman William Nussbaum William Larklns Joe Kraomer and John Relss STUDENTS WILL CONVENE The Board of Directors of the Catholic University Association Washington D C have taken the first step for the convention of the Catholic Students Association of America It will be hold at the Uni versity of Minnesota November 17 18 and 19 Twenty chapters of the association will bo represented and ldv applications for membership from other States will be consld Bred including the universities of North and South Dakota The as sociation was organted In 1908 at Lafayette Ind for the purpose of unifying Catholic ushrersUy clubs and keeplag la ioueS with one Mi other i Y l i SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 1P- DIVISION 1 Sleets at Fals City Hali on First and Third Tuesdays I WalshIMurphy P Lawler I Financial Sec taryThos J Dolan 2129 Portland avenue I Ifreasurerrhomas Keenan Sr Sergeant atArms Louis Roller SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President O J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett TtFinancial SecretaryJno J Keaney 1007 Duffieanil street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArmsDavid M Mur phySentinelWilliam Nash DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThomas J Uerens Financial SecretaryJohn O Hes slon 17U Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Koon SergeantatArmsJames P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Jourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II llennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thos JLasan 734 West Oak SecretnryDJRecording Secretary John Jt Wlnn Treasurer Harry Brady CSllagbsnOutside Sentinel Michael HcDer nott Y DI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 ileets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President John T Kenney First Vice PresidentDr J A CasperSecond Vice PresidentThomas Bachman Recording Secretary Robert Os jorne Corresponding SecretaryWilliam r Link Financial Secretary Frank G edema Treasurer Dan Weber Marshal Joseph Bartsch Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart RECENT DEATHS J Death has called two highly os teemed members of St Martins parish August Neuberger a welllv known tailor and Mrs Katherine Krebs the aged mother of Mrs Frank Kelrohner Their funerals took place rom St Martins the interment being In St Michael- cemetory I Mr and Mrs John M Connell oft 2839 Slevin street are mourning the death of their little twoyearoldt daughter Louise Elva who suc cumbed to an attack of croup an i diphtheria She was an unusually bright child and for the bereavedt patents there is profound sympathy Mr Connell Is Assistant Superin tendent of the Standard Manufactur- Ing Company St Patricks parish has lost one of its most respected members in the person of Mrs Mary Ryan th aged mother of John J James J and Miss B A Ryan whose death occurred Wednesday morning at her residence 1855 High avenue Her death came as a distinct loss to her friends who testified their love In floral tributes and attendance at the funeral which took place Friday morning from St Patricks church HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY On Saturday November 19 at 3 oclock the Rev Father Clarke Prior of St Louis Bertrands con RosaryAcademytween Fourth and Fifth streets on his recent trip through Canada and his Impressions of the Eucharistic Congress The lecture will be under the auspices of Sister Franceska I and the alumnae A delightful mUSI I cal programme has been arranged I and the friends and patrons of the academy are invlledII lUAU RSIIF4AII I The marriage of Capt Thomas Maher exChief pf Detectives and throughherAsylumafternoon at 4 oclock at St Frances of Rome church Rev Thomas White I will perform the ceremony which will be witnessed by a largo gather Ing of friends of the contracting parties Capt Maher and bride will take an extended wedding trip re turning about December 1 AGED AVOMAXS FALL Mrs Mary Callahan the venerable mother of Lieut Edward Callahan of the Second police district fell at her homo one day last week and broke her left hip Not until the first of this week was the extent of her injury realized and then belI condition became alarming At last accounts she was resting easily but owing to her extreme age her recovery will be slow- IIUNDREDTII ANNIVERSARY Last Friday in all the Catholic churches of Philadelphia special masses were celebrated In commem oration of the one hundredth anal versary ot the consecration of Right Rev Michael Bgaa 0111 who watt the fleetitahopof Ute Phlladei = tj l pile UOCM I U tii r eWi IDEAL ClUB i Will Be Placed InSt Mich gels Church O 1oreII Holidays I For the first time In the forty four years of the history of St Michaels church Brook street there will be this coming Christmas a beautiful crib the gift of Mrs lMc Farland and Mrs Tompkins as a memorial to their mother lately deceased The statuary which will be very fine has been ordered through the Rogers Book Company The crib Itself will be six feet in length and five In height In de sign It will come nearer to an ideal crib than any yet seen In this city The roof will be thoatched as was the stable in Jerusalem and Its nov elty will make It attractive A great many worshipers wmbe ex potted to visit this crib during the Christmas holidays Father OCon nor is justly proud of this latest ad hitter to the church which has been greatly beautified this yea- rDIGNITARIES Will Attend Catholic red eratlon at New- Orleans Apostolic Delegate FalconI will be among the distinguished visitors at the ninth annual convention of the American Federation of Catholic So cieties which begins at Now Orleans November 13 This announcement was made by Anthony Matre Na tional Secretary of the organization Other guests will too Archbishops Messmer of Milwaukee OConnell of Boston and Bleak of Now Orleans Bishops James A McFaul of Tren ton N J Regis Canovin of Pittsburgh Heslln of Natchez Miss and Shaw of San Antonio Texas The convention will represent more than 3000000 American Cath olics It will be presided over by Edward Feeney of Brooklyn For a year the Catholics and citizens of New Orleans have been making preparations for this convention which will be In session for three days The Knights of Columbus Ancient Order of Hibernians Catho ollc Knights of America in fao all ihq societies will assist in entertain ing and making pleasant and prof itable the stay of the delegates and visitors On Tuesday November 16 there will be a mass meeting which will be addressed by members of Congress and leading men of the country Dr Felix Gaudin who Is well known in Louisville heads the Executive Committee arranging for the convention 4 I JOLLY PARTY Mrs Peter Richard and daughters Misses Anna and Frances Richard entertained the Whirligig Club with a Jolly Halloween party Monday night at their home on the North Side New Albany The house woe artistically decorated in the club colors green and gold and pumps lanterns and ghosts adorned theiawtt everydescriptionwere enjoyed by the guests after wassserved The prizes were awarded to NellyoCook DhoB9presentt RaabaiRoughtonRichard Edith Hlrt Mary Margaret Ringenberg Kathryn Smith Messrs Joe Schueter John Bueche Andrew Hoppenjohn Frank Richard Mike RamslerJoseph MelvinClark RicheWill Friedman Messrs and Mesdames Philip Hlrt Frank En RalphMcDanlelB JRlcbardLOSES OLDEST CITIZEN James ONell the oldest citizen of Lexington passed peacefully Into eternity at his home there Monday inIrelandbutforreSIdenltUvlngInthefatherandFrankonedaughterBLESSING OP GRAVES ITomorrow afternoon the old but theIMichaoVaTexas flowerladeneach one Is a lighted candle special prayers are read and hymns are ofcommemoratlon everywhereInRev L C Ohle pastor of Str Mar tins will conduct the ceremonies There will be a solemn procession of snore than 4000 people in the graveyard VISITED PARENTS- Rev Father James Gregoire who was a New Albany boy but Is now assistant rector at St Francis XavIer Cathedral at Vlncennes returned to his charge after haBjj ing a brief tout most enjoyable tion with his parents Mr and Mrs John Gregoire West Market street Father Gregoire is always a welcome visitor ito the Falls Cities BURIAL AT AURORA The remains of Mrs Saifeh Ryan whose death occurred at the of her daughter Mrs David Jboli1eII 226 West Sixth street were Saturday to Aurora Ind her for mer home where the funeral services and burial took place Mrs Ryan was seventy years old and was one of the oldest 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