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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I KENTUCKY IRIH AMERICAN VOLUME XXVNO 20 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER I2 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 VICTORY Crowns Democratic Party and Country Saved From Misrule I t l o Siierley and Miller the Choice ot People In This District Voters Stand by Party and Sweep All Before Them LOUISVILLE SAFELY DEMOCRATIC I Victory crowned the Democratic party everywhere dn the election last Tuesday but especially so Inii Louisville and Kentucky The cam paign of tho Republicans the Uncle Sam Days and the Junior Order who wore all combined was the most desperate ever waged in Louis vile but all to no purpose as Hon Swagar Sherley was returned to Congress and Judge Shackelford Miller elected to the Appellate bench by decisive and substantial major ities The election was the most quiet and orderly over held here and every ifairminded citizen must admit that time woeful predlctolns of the Post and Herald did not come- S true The Republicans were never before so thoroughly organized andI stopped at nothing that they thought would bring them votes but the people would not stand for Bingham and McGee There is now no more danger of the new nationalism or of Roose velts again seeking the nomination for President The ipuno old Jotter eon Democracy has returned and will eventually prove the salvation of the people With all their great wealth and affluence the Republi cuts have led the workingman to the brink of a ifirfanclal precipice TheI Republicans under McKlnley prom ised a full dinnerpail but the day has never been since when IthatI dinneripall has been so heavy that a child could not carry It without getting tired This fact was strongly brought out by the local campaign committee and had wonderful effect The Democratic party owes much to Col John H Whallon for Its suc cess Though viciously and malic iouslyattactoed 1bya notoriously partisan press he never once became perturbed but laid plans for a A clean honest clecon and oppoitu nlty for every citizen to cast his vote without let or hindrance Under his direction the Democratic hosts were solidified and now that the election is over not a single charge can be brought against Mm or any one of this Democratic Campaign Committee His enemies are now silenced and this will be of great I benefit to Louisville There were no evidences anywhere of the police I or firemen or any other city em I ployes being used for eleotlon pur poses and Mayor Head and Chief Llndaey ore being congratulated upon all sides upon their fairness in the contest I The race for the School Commls I ales was warmly contested be tween the twentyone candidates the most regrettable feature of which was the attempt ito Inject re ligion and make it an Issue The gentlemen elected are Dr I N Bloom John C Strother Victor Englehard Edward Gottschalk and Dr A B Weaver the first three running on the Citizens ticket and the last two being the candidates of the Republicans and running on a socalled Peoples ticket They will assume office the first of the yearIi and upon them will depend the sue I cols or failure of the new system I Though the registration and vote cast was 13000 loss than in the preceding election Messrs Sherley and Miller received majorities of about 4000 and l500t wihich ils as large as In respecUveJyII fwnen comparisons are Throughout the country the elec lion was a landslide for Democraoy I which captured the next House of LegslaIaturesI j Massachusetts Connecticut New York Ohio New Jersey and other I States The election shows that Republican boss rule is a thing of the past a result for which aliiI should devoutly give thanks A I better and brighter day for the masses has arrived The Evening Post does a neat Jugging Stunt with the election re sult figures in trying to discredit Judge Millers majority They pub I lish Judge Millers majority as 1350 n against his maJority of 3867 In J90n but taU to publish the vot of 1 9 10 In comparison with that o 1909 In 1909 there were 65392 votes ct St in the MillerBarrett race while In 1910 the total vest cast in the same race was only 39147 a falling off of 16245 votes which tho Post so tar has failed to mention With all of tho bells ringing down ivltih Whallenlsm etc the Fusion Republicans made a sorry showing iI fTho Evening Post and LoulsvlUo Herald certainly acted the hytpocrite- In the School Commission rats an knifed tho Citizens ticket while pretending J to espouse their cause Their columns wero filled daily with abuse of Cot John Whallen and tile Demo cratic organization for daring to sup port any other ticket than the Cltl 7enB while at the same time the Re publican organization were making a deal with the Peoples A PAI1 ticket which these two papers can rot deny nor can they deny that every Republican precinct captain was given a package of the Peoples Jt cf- 1 ticket cards the night before election and instructed to work for their aloe Ion ttaattttrtcc lion The Post aid Herald certalny owe the organizations who nominated the CItizens ticket an explanation It Is common property about town how a deal was made between rop resentatives of the Citizens and Peoples tickets agreeing to knife Egan because ho was a qathollc and Searle because he was a union labor man and substitute Dr Weaver and Edward Gottschalk of the Peo ples A P A ticket HOLY NAME Monster Parade and Meet ing at the National Capital As a public profession of religion and a protest against profanity the Holy Name Societies of tho arch diocese of Baltimore Several thou I sand strong marched through the National Capital last S InaugumII- pamdes time course followed by Societies from Baltimore Hamilton Frederick Alexandria the District of Columbia and a dole gation from Wilmington partici pated In the parade The procession formed at the Capitol marched up Pennsylvania avenue past the White House thence to the Washington monument grounds where the tore monies Were concluded by speeches on behalf of the clergy and the laity The Most Rev DIomode Falconla Apostolic Delegate to the United States Bishop Owen B Corrigan of Baltimore Monsignor James S Mackin and Monsignor Thomas S Lee of Washington reviewed the parade Marching to sacred and patriotic music each member of tho societies carried a miniature Holy Name banner while American flags and the large banners of the various societies represented were distributed among the marchers lAt the monument grounds on a stand decked with American and Holy Name colors the Rev Father Edward G Fitzgerald O P of New York and Michael 1 Weller of Washington addressed the vast throng which stretched out far be yond the carrying power of the human voice Father Fitzgerald raid the perpetuation of the institu tions of this country depended upon the practice of religion As long oB we ore religious men be said those Institutions would survive hut with reMgion lost tbs country like other countries would decline and Its course would be marked by murder ruin and rapine Mr Weller paid a tribute to the liberty of America and said that the Church ejwholiosphere America and Holy God bythoconto closed the exercises by con ferring tho Papal blessin- gAMERICANS Ordained Last Week In Great College in IRomeAt a great ordination held last week In St John Laterans in Rome dhaef of all the Churches of the Catholic world by Cardinal Resplghl Vicar General to the Pope the fol lowing students of the American Col lege were ordained to be dlaoonated From Chicago the Revs Paul Drevnlak John Lannon John Ford William Rooney and Moses Klley from Boston the Revs Joseph E Murphy Richard Haberlln and Leo Gifford from Brooklyn the Revs Thomas Carroll Francis Woods James Rogers James Flanagan and Christopher Molloy from New York the Rev Marton Cavanaugh from Baltimore the Rev Bernard Mc jNamara from Seattle the Rev Ed ward McCarthy from IPeoria the Rev Francis Walsh from Newark the Rev Eugene Burke from Daven port the Rev William Adrian from IcoINemstlues In Rome It begins the scho laslc year with 155 students all of RameIand theology before returning to their various dioceses as priests next month The academic distinctions won by them at the recent exam Inn lions at the Propaganda University wUi bo published and tt will be found that they arc up to tho high standard maintained by the college In other years lUULLOYRUSSELL Tuesday morning at 630 oclock at St Louis Bertrands church a solemnizede JfR Clark O P the contracting parties being Miss Mary Etta Mulloy and Louis G Russell The attend ants were Miss Mary Weltzel of Frankfort and Herman Vernia of Now Albany William J Mulloy brother of the bride and Shelby Ray were tho ushers A large gath oring of friends of tho bride and groom wore present to witness the ceremony and tender congratula thedwedding breakfast The happy couple left In the afternoon for an extended Eastern honeymoon trip VISITS SUNNY SOUTH Dr Peter S Ganz tau been spend Ing the past two weeks tin Florida Before returning jhe will vet fefe larger Southern cities and also air tend the National Catholic Federation cotiTeaUoa tabe held in New Oriena next week e I TOMORROW Father Unite Will See Laid Corner Stone For Ills Church Handsome New Edifice For St Charles Borromco Parish r Bishop ODonaghucWi110filci ate and Preach the Sermon MANY PRIESTS WILL ASSIST Tomorrow will be an Important and happy day for the Rev Father Charles P Raffo and the people of St Charles Borromco parish At 3 o clock In the afternoon in the presence of thousands the cornerstone of tho now St Charles Borromeo church will be laid with impressive ceremonies which will mark an epoch in the history of that congre gation The cornerstone will be swung into position by the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville who also will wield tho trowel and bestow the first blessing on tho new temple of worship It da likely that more than limy priests and dignitaries of the church will be present at the Imposing ceremonies which mark the final step in the realization of tho dream of Father Charles P Ratio the pastor for a church that will do honor to the peo ple ot his parish The final ar rangements wore completed Thursday when it was announced that Bishop ODonaghue would preach the sermon At thb close of toe ceremonies the visiting priests will be entertained at dinner by Father Raffo in the rectory The work on the new church was begun last August and is being pushed with vigor under the personal supervision of Father Ratio The church is ito be of brick with a solid stone front and beautiful stone trimmings Time Interior is to be of the most artistic design and when completed tio new edifice will be one of the handsomest places of worship In the city Thenew church wll replace the old wooden structure built nearly twentyfive years ego under the direction of blather Raffo The new church building is at the corner of Twenty seventh and Chestnut streets and will do honor to the parish and cityThepoople of the congregation are at present worshipping In the old church which has been placed on a corner of the lot but Father Ratfo says that unless somethingt untbrseon ihappens next year at this time this people will worship In their I 4mII modemIrectoryFatherdeepest interest In his school and although the building has boon rather shabby he has kept the train lag up to a high standard I IDELIGIITFULL Celebration at Academy of Our Lady of Mercy Of all the oldtime festivals that of Halloween has best withstood the changes of time and custom and pre served even to the present its In dividual spirit It comes to us laden with legendary lore and breath ing an air of Wierd grotesqueness OM and young enter into Its Joys and are carried away by its spirit of revelry and frolic but I daresay deePly do school girls Such was the ani mation with which the young ladles of the Academy of Our iLady of Mercy entered Into Its pleasures on appropriatelyloween party that took place in the recreation hall of the academy Sev era days before the two senior classes obtained permission to cele brate this festival at school On Monday morning the girls were seen hurrying to school bending under the heavy lead of suit cases in which were packed the gorgeous apparel that was to deck them for the party Although the Sisters are always willing to assist the girls In any inno cent pleasure still they wish to im press on their minds that duty comes before play and so It was not until school was dismissed that they were allowed to moke final preparations for the party The party was given In honor of two visitors at the academy Miss Sallle McCarthy of Versailles and Miss Janora RigouJet of Now Haven Two of our former graduates Miss Luella Nalley arid Miss Jennie Gnau also honored the occasion by yiolr presence and greatly added to the enjoyment There were six couples each representing some char aster of real or fictional ihtlstory Mlsa I JanOrllIAdalr and Annie Laurie and in their r plaid bonnet and hood brought with them a breath of Scotland Miss iQladyjj Hoertz and Miss Louise Fowler hailed from ithe Acadian 1das Gaabrkyand Evangeltee Miss LueUa Nalley sad Miss HaIr James r 0 c represented John Alden and Prlscllla Mullens and both In their subdued dress and demure manner recalled to mind the days of the Puritans Miss Loretta Desso and Miss Alerine Simon as Hans and Gretchen beau tifully typified tho Jad and lassie ot the Rhinoland Miss Lillian Me Nulty and Miss Jennie Gnau as George and Martha Washington acted as host and hostess and in their colonial dress and dignified manner they did full Justice to the revered Father of Our Country and his charming lady A singular Halloween supper was served in the recreation hall of the academy and the table was decorated to Barry out the spirit of the day Little Jack oJanems were used as favors and the handpainted place cards were In the form of witches end owls Great interest was taken in the cutting of tlWe charm cake for each wished to see what Fate held In store for her The charms fell out very appropriately and each happy recipient responded with A toast After supper we Indulged In various Halloween games The Rev Mother and our teachers honored us by their presence and enjoyed the fun as much as we A prize was offered to be awarded to the couple who best represented their respec tive characters Mss Luella Nalley and Miss Halys James received the most votes All offered their con gratulatlons to the bashful Johnand the modest Prlsclia while Rory to make his congratulations more Impressive led out hla dimpling col leen and they boom executed In true Gaelic style a real1 Irish breakdown and had a prize been offered for grace it would wltlhlout doubt have gone to the gallant Rory and his beautiful Kathleen At tfce request of Mrs Washington the iparty closed with the dancing of the stately min uet which charmingly ended the hap py faast tK D CLASS 11 ROShA i Famous Old Fenian Who Is Now Nearing DeathII II ODonovan Rossa famous tara half century In the struggle for Ire lands freedom once leader of tho Fenians but now so seriously ill at his tome in New Brighton L I that little hope is entertained for his recovery Is almost eighty years old yet his spirit Is as young as ever i iFlftyfive years ago Jlossa Joined the Young Ireland movement His mother his brothers and sisters emigrated to PBifadelphia and toe was left at Sklboreen In the course of a short time ho was a leader In the patriotic movement sweeping over the country and fanned by the Fenian leaders In 1858 he was Inlated Into full membership in the Irish Revolutionary Brotherhood and In 1859 ho served his first term of Imprisonment in Cork Jail In 1863 his own country got too hot to hold him and ho came to New 1 York lara visit He returned to Ireland became involved In an ag gressive movement against the Government and was arrested From 1865 to 1871 Rossa was in jail The hardship We suffered would have killed one of less physical strength and moral courage In 1871 he was banished from Great Britain and her I possessions II Rossa was one of the most pic turesque of the Fenians He was ta physical force man at all times and had scant sympathy with those who sought for and gained compromise He was no less active dnthis coun i try than In Ireland in spreading thei seeds of revolt He published a news papers wrote books and traveled and lectured The edict of banish ment on Rossa was lifted In 1891 and soon after that he returned to Cork where foe was made Clerk of the County Council at a comfortable salary Queen Victoria as one of her numerous Jubilee favors granted Rossa a full pardon and he was free to live in his native land During recent years he has been a member of the United Irish League But his long residence In New York had changed hIm and Ireland was changed too The atmosphere of Cork was not Congenial to the old firebrand and he returned to New Yarkjj I Funeral Directors Associ ation Holds Their An nual Election Tic Funeral Directors Association of the three Falls Cities held theirII Annual erection ofoincors at kranz Hall last Saturday evening and elected the following PresidentS J MoElllott Vice President Frohman Coots I SecretaryJohn J Schildt Treasurer iHenry Bosso The association IB organized to protect tho interests of the members who are the leading representatives of their business in this district and exchange courtesies in times of necessity This Is President Me Elllotts second term Saturday nights election meaning an Indorse ment ot his first term I I FORTY HOURS pnA1 nIIIIThe solemn high mass tomorrow morning at the Church of Our Lady In Portland will mark the opening of the Forty Hours devotion The pwfcor Rv FUw Connlff has made every preparation for these beautiful iIe1vlc witch will con tinue until TtIJRdWlJlithe MliUao of A wmber of his ptieet fam WELCOME Tendered Cardinal Loguo Upon Ills Return Homo to Ireland Express Great Delight With His Visit in New York or Things Seem to Bring Delight to tho Heart of a Catholic KIND WORD FOR PROTESTANTS At a great reception and pre sentatlon Ito Cardinal Logue at Armagh upon his return from Amer- Ica and the Eucharistic Congress His Eminence had many pleasant things to say of his countrymen and the people of the United States In re- sPonding ito the welcome the Car dinal dealt at length with his visit to Canada and the United States and graphical pictured the immense throng of priests and people who were present at the Great Eucharistic Congress in Montreal which he said too did mot expect to ever see surpassed in any country He then wont on to refer to the position of the Irish exiles in Canada and the United States and dwelt at length on ithelr splendid generosity- to Ireland and proceeded We have In these magnificent people In Amer- Ica in those Catholics of Irish birth and Irish parentage a strength to fall iback upon which we may find very useful in trying io vindicate our rights there in this country We have hero only a mere remnant In the Irish people but we have them in their millions beyond the seas We have often had proofs of it the most striking and substantial proofs which can be given the great material assistance which they iglve our statesmen In their struggle for the freedom of Ireland for aolfgov ornment And cat assistance has continued up to the present There was a delegation over thero when I was in the United States I hadnt an opportunity of being at any of their meetings but from what I saw from the rpapers weir visit to Amer ica will be a complete success not only in stirring up and giving fresh life to the spirit of loveTrIreland which exists there but in furnishing them with the resources which will equip them to continue the struggle for Ireland until they achieve that without which we will never be con tent iln Irelandthe right to manage Tiegulatethemweeds and the ideas of the Irish people He had been In a state of ex ultation and delight from the beginning to the end of his visit to New York Ho had been delighted because the Archbishop who was a very good friend of his bad had the satisfaction of seeing that great un dertaking started by one Irishman ethersbrougihtperfectianwlthoutthat no person could have a claim on it In the future There were other things which he had seen to bring delight to the heart of a Cath olic Ho had noticed that their peo ple meld very high and leading post tions and that almost all the high positions were held by Catholics and that those who held them were either Irish born or of Irish descent lIe had also noticed that the men of Irish descent were even more en thusiastic Irishmen than those who had been bprn In Ireland They were doing g great work for the church there jxirtlcularly in the ed TUmeyhadwhich were under tfio manager of the Sisters of Charity and am Christian Brothers NoedUesfl willgrandthe education of the youth of tcountry Tho parochial schools wore AmericaHeand lord boon delighted to see the theyzerotheUnitedStatesthey theywouldEducationagreaieranything else He bad received as much asheada and the United States There was nothing connected with the whole congress so beautiful or so impressive as the ceremonies car ried out in that Irish church of St Patrick In New York they had had a most important ceremony leCathedral finIshed oftheirotthotheheartsplendidI OfStwhen it bad to be done Some three hadbeenhadbeendollarsInnOtbeofdebI timewhichfollowed I tineI ttl man himself subscribing 20000 Ho was also glad to say ho was in better health than before his de parture for America RABBI Has a Pleasant Audience With the Holy rather Rabbi Leon Harrison of the Temple Israel St ouisho re1 throughEuropeJohn J Glennon a message sent to the latter by Pope Plus X through the Jewish clergyman While In Rome Dr Harrison was granted an audience by the Pontiff Can I bring back some word of greeting to the Archbishop tho Rabbi asked the Pope Molte molte replied His Hell ness Many many greetings Pope then proceeded to tell lDhe of the high relate1 he hold tho St Louis Speaking of his visit to the Pope Rabbi Harrison said I I I I attended an audience granted by the Pope In one of the largest state rooms of tho Vatican Those present all standing the Pope en tered clad wholly In robes of white and proceeded rapidly about the audience chamber extending his hand upon which was the ring of St Peter which the faithful kissed There were present nuns monks priests and Protestants too and the attitude of every one was reverent The Pope is of middle height sturdily built and he looks fully his age of sixtyeight or seventy years His appearance Indicates that his great office weighs heavily upon his strength His expression Is wonder fully benignant and exceedingly commanding He moves with the dig nity of a great monarch and is re cejved with more than the reverence accorded to kings- I Rabbi Harrison Is one of the best I known pastors of St Louis and is a man of superior qualifications and popularity ONE BIG DAY For Mackin Council and I Catholic Young Men Sunday November 20 will be one big day for Mackin Council which hopes to bring Its membership up to 500 on that day For the past month a red hot contest for now members haS been In progress be tween rival teams of fifteen men each and it is almost certain that fifty candidates will bo secured Only a brief session was held Monday night owing to the visit Of Trinity but seven more applications were filed with President John Kinney Tho various committees are at- II work and have arranged an excellent programme for the day In the morning the members and candi dates will visit St Anthonys church and approach holy communion dn a body at the high mass rtabo celebrated by the Rev Father Seraphim Sohlang 0 M C at 7 oclock Beginning at 2 oclock the initiation ceremonies will take place For some weeks past the degree team has r been preparing for this event and the exemplification promises to sur pass any ever before witnessed in any of the Falls Cities The candi dates will number about fifty and the work will consume the entire afternoon At night there will be a banquet at the Galt House in honor of the membership teams and the candidates at which covers will bo laid for several hundred Supremo and Grand officers will be present as well as metnebrs from other cour oils and the addresses ilyoung men fability I York Chief o- Reports u was stricken Portage Wis in the midst of ov large audience at Ho had said but a u suddenly he was seen though seized with dlzzii Many in ithe audience v something was wrong b any one could reach Dr Mi he fell to the stage uncorii Physicians in ithe audience wei his ORsItanco and no was remov a hospital Tho physlcl diagnosed the case as a severe attac of apoplexy His condition is said to bo critical I I Dr Monaghan was chosen Principal of the Stuyvesant Evening Trade School September 10 19081I Ho seevred his connection with the Now York schools about a year Dr Monaghan is also agoII I the Knights of Columbus and has lectured before all the largo coun cils of the country EYES ARE GOOD The Popes eyes were examined Saturday by his optician P M Cahill of Dublin and the tests in dlcate that the Pontiffs sight had changed very little nine the last ex mination In 1908 Dr Cahill presented the Pope wjlth an elaborate I iblograph wtlck registers the rise and fall ot the rewteter by clockwork on a chart n OUTLOOK For Homo Jlulo For Ireland Has Undergone Another Change 4 Said Asquith May Defy time i Nationalists at Next Session Unionist Leaders Have Agrocdaa to Support the Present Government DESIRE TO AVOID ELECTION IThe New York Times of last Sun day publishes a London cablegram from which it might be interred that the outlook for home rule for Ireland is not as promising as had been generally supposed The ca leis OB follows Whlleitho details of tho recent developments in English POi itics are co Involved that they must subject tho intelligence of the average Britisher voter who has tried to follow them to a severe strain there are contain salent feat ures which possess Interest for Americans John Redmond and his fellow mfssionarles have now sailed from America for Europe leaving behind them prophesies of Imminent home rule for Ireland Home rule indeed is In the air but not in the sense used by the Nationalist leaders Mr Asquith Is by no means In the hollow of Mr Redmonds hand Instead the stars In their courses appear to be moving so that the Premier may be in a position to bid defiance to tho Nationalist Im porturties with Impunity The constitutional conference appointed some months ago to see what could be done to obtain an agreement between the Government and the opposition In regard to tho Lords veto question thus week held its twentieth session and there is a general conviction that it will be at least productive of a modus vivendl which will enable the present Gov ernment to remain in office securely and quietly until after the corona tion Nobody except possibly tho Nationalists wants a general elec tion before that event and If as is expegtf l theMeader JnAthQect1 tei onto come to an agreement the Nat itlonalists will not be able to force an election It is not to be sup posed of course that the present conference will settle in its entirety 1 the question of the House of Lords but there Is a deeprooted belief that a basis of discussion will be found which will extend the truce that be gan at King Edwards death over Ming Georges coronation With the Unionist and Liberal leaders agreed upon a suspension of serous hos tilities the necessary business of Parliament can be got through despite any efforts the Irish Nation alists may make to force home rule to the front Until Mr Asquith him self shall be ready to take it up What shape the question may as sume in that possibly distant future there Is no need to ask now but tho wide discussion of such matters as the evolution of home rule to an allround federation Indicates tho possible trend of events Changes which were made in the Cabinet this week afford a clear Indication of the Governments confidence tht1 will be In office next year Ji included time appointment t Harcourt tn t j i Sii S I v E l stD II- 1 IA beau close Sund- Almighty caii ward Sarah A5 land Park Miss years old and her We was roocte with noble womanly Christian char actoristlca Though her death weB a sad one and deeply regretted at no time could the summons have been mt better than it was when God called her The funeral was held Tuesday morning at St Leos cedebracingtime bereaved parents the sympathy iof many la extended a u V y flMt iz r vw- I M KENTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN u KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflN devoted te tfce Social and Moral AlI acelement oflrlsh Araerlcaas and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mans F Institute and Catholic Knights of America PubIlaheraKENTUCKYI SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at tits Loulirlllo PoitoMlct a 3econdCI natter AUf i ill Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Weit Qreea St LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY NOVEMBER 12 1910 HATS OFF TO NEW LEADER The entire city of Louisville can I now congratulate Mr Knott the owner and editor of the Evening Post in at last succeeding inhaving a party of his own discarded from the Democratic party on account of his treachery and dropped from the Republican Party for producing its defeat and destruction not once but a number of times Every one should take off his hat to ihim for his shrewdness and skill in landing at the head of his own party and in gathering together the fragments of the old A P A or ganization and putting it once more In tho field with a strong newspaper organization at its head Every one must say that with the Evening Post at the head of the A P A party and championing its cause that they have landed the right organ because its methods of doing business is all behind closed doors and with dark lanterns They were afraid to como in the open until they had Mr Knott to champion their cause and no one will doubt or dis pute that Knott with this class of narrowminded nnd Ignorant people will ever be a factor in politics and In business It will make his paper bigger and stronger and will make the mass of good citizens ever on the alert to read it and know exactly what is going on behind the closed doorsIt Js time now for every broad minded citizen in Louisville to watch the cacium light reflecting from the Evening Post office the three letters that signify Mr Richard W Knotts party PRAY FOR TIm DEAD Our nonCatholic friends take great delight in making light of Catholic belief in Purgatory but after all it is a satisfacaory belief for it certainly is a holy and a wholesome thought to pray for the dead November drear and cheer les3is the month sot apart espe cially toy the church for prayer for the dead And who is there of us that has not Some loved one gone before Mother or father son or daughter sister or brotherno one but has some of these in tho great beyond How soon we forgot them all Babys little green grave is neglected Father and mother maybe lying out there In Gods acre and we have no thought of them Father and mother may be lying out there in Gods acre and we have no thought of them Brother slater friend are soon banished from the mind in the rush and roar of business and pleasure But during this month the church thoughtful another that she is would have us go out In prayerful1 thought to the great beyond She would have us gather at the altar and pray for those that are still UK held in the purifying fires of rYewm we not respond in great 01 of- mede l who I ration of 1ways been rartlcular lnterJJi ally followed its steps from thoTlime of Us fomnaUon up to the stage of its present devel opment I foayo praised your endflBMWB and admired your cour ago This earnest interest on my artthould not be a cause of BUr brie ifo you iltke representative of our Holy Fl Hwrr Pious X to tie I r I Untied BbiM Mtunrilgr 1 have atp J 1- uJ I I I temporalIquently I can not but appreciate andl encourage a movement which tends to the protection and amelioration oC our people both spiritually and temporally in their indlvdual and social opacity Peter S Gaiis whohas al ttDr taken a lively Interest In the Louisville Federation ssnow In Now Orleans and will be one of the representatives from Kentucky FIGHT THE DEVIL WITH FIRE It is worthy of note says the Providence Visitor That in recent years whenever Catholics assembled for the purpose of solldfylng their number Into a unit of action for the welfare of the church as against the onslaught of her enemies the press is invariably the first weapon to be chosen The wisdom of tho choice is obvious It is principally by tho press that hatred of the church is created and fostered Printed yes half truths insinuations skillful evasions and artful quibbling all as It were in the name of reason and for the sake of justice and trttb and for progress have done yeoman service In their day for the enemies of the church Catholics the world over have at last awakened to this fact and to its corollary that dn order to offset the effect of a hostile press must maintain a powerful press of their own They must In a sense tight the devil with flrej CHANGE NEEDED When the whole country iIs phenomenally prosperous why not lot well enough alone asked one o our Republican exchanges last week But the whole country Is not phenomenally prosperous The barons are bursting with what we call prosperity The workingman on tho other hand can not make both ends meet There is no prosperity unless the laborer Is getting enough to food and clothe himself and fam ily as well as have a little enjoyment occasionally and put by a certain amount for a rainy day He cant do these things under pres lIt conditions A change is needed and will be demanded of the next Congress The thug or thief who assaults or robs a girl or woman on the street should be shown no clenoncy A lif term In the penitentiary would not be too severe Several holdups have already occurred and therefore pee plo should be watchful when out In the evening We have no foreign enemy All our enemies are at home Any 1danger that we may fear Is not from abroad but at home Political cor rupUon which is the offspring of class privilege sl the public enemy upon which we should train our guns The Fiscal Courts automobile lejast Saturday injuring d saddling upm tier idles End at- avenuea ening No tribute hand the guests This indThe friends of Prdalso extended on present as there om for all- CONFIRMATION Sat Monday Right opghuoIministored the conIrmaUonAmg l beenearofuliythe Bele himFatherdoinggreat a mostVOpular beIngalldMomJnations GOOD ORGAN FUND AugusUnes titthofinalreportsfestivalwrbichnetted for the fund The result Jwere most watifytag and wicouruw Intho3 U DI Q v I tlr t wsw 3oa 3 r S0GIETV e- w lw Jw Mrs George R Snyder has boon visiting fritaids in Winchester Mrs Will Newman of Clifton left last week to visit relatives a Frankfort Miss Edna Peako visited In New Haven last week the guest of Mrs Charles JIahoney Miss Stella McGrath has returnedl home from a much enjoyed visit to friends at Chattanooga Miss Mary Conroy 350 Northl Twentysixth street Is in St Louts to spend a week with friends Mrs J P Connor who has beenl ill of malarial lever at her home 1inl South Louisville is now con valescent Mrs J R Murphy of Jefferson Villlo has returned home from a visitl to her daughter Mrs A R Hc4tz in Springfield III Miss Mary E Sullivan of South Louisville gave a linen shower for Miss Maymo Sullivan of the West End at which fifty guests wereI present Mrs Anna Glltnano and niece Miss Katherine Hojllnan are home from Evansvllle after on enjoyable visit to her daughter Mrs J SLL- antzJr Mrs William Neville has returned- to her home In Portland from Sey mour Ind where she was called by the illness end death of her father Andrew Welsh Mlse Mary Grimes gave a linen shower Monday evening for MtesI Kathormo Mayer Who will bo mar rind on Thanksgiving day to Will lam Wagner Mrs P F Sweeney entertained with a luncheon and euchre Tuesday at her home in South Louisville with a view to organizing the euchre club for the winter Mrs Catherine Bolviy who hasI been Ill at her home on East Ninth street New Albany is now improv- Ing to the great relief of her many friends and relatives Hilary D Rodman has returnedIl from Ashland where he attendedIl the marriage of Thomas J Dowling and Miss Angela M Wittenberg which was solemnized Wednesday morning at the Holy Family church Mrs Thomas Scully Twenty entertaifthe Surprise Euchre Club onl Wednesday evening November to which eho invites her friends number of beautiful prizes will be awarded Announcement was made thisI week of the marriage of Miss Ann E Welsh daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank J Welsh and Joseph M Burke which took place on Thurs day df last week The happycouple are at home to their friends at 133 South Floyd street Invitations have been issued for the marriage of Miss Mary A Kelly 9 the popular daughter of Mrs Emily C Kelly dad John f A Mahoney I which will be solemnized with a nuptial mass at St Briglds church Hepburn and Baxter avenue on Wednesday morning November 23 Owenes have announced the engagement ol their daughter Miss Alma Bruc Owens to Mr J J Kavanagh the Well known young attorney Tho marriage will take place on Tues day November 22 and will be anl event of much interest In social circles I Miss Catherine Cushing of Cov Ington was entertained by Miss Julia May Hession at her home 171 e Baird street with a Halloween party Many games suitable for the occa son iwero played Orange and black were the decorations Covers were laid for Misses C Cushing E OBrien P Hession L Wolff T Reitz K Coleman M Hession Messrs D Ropko J Vetter A ties JVernlaI The Church of the Immaculate Conception will be the scene of a city wedding on the morning of gmksgiving day when Walter Jfcck wil ilead to the altar Mist Felhoolter the attractive and pUshed daughter of Col Henry oolter of 2326 West Walnut reot The groom is a son of Mar tin J Cusick the Fourth avenue merchant tailor Is a member of Mackln Council and one of the most popular young men In the West End entertained tal Pearls with a Halloween dance at her home on Floyd street which I was charmingly decorated with jackolanterns and other weird sub jects appropriate to the occasion the color scheme beIng High School colors yellow and black which was also carried out in the ices and confections Miss Ferda Williams presided at the punch bowl and the following guests were present Misses Mary Lawrence Bax Florence Ebrenz Florence Sohildt Dorth Moral Marguerite Bohan Virginia Maddox Margaret Evans Alma Schuoster Isabella Shea Ferda Williams Messrs Billy OToole Dan Lowler Joseph Hund Walter Pilsen Joseph Bowling Willie Schelck Charles Finnegan Frank Phinnegan Joe Kelly JIALICIOUS FALSEHOOD The Passion Play committee at Oberammergau denounces as a malicious falsehood the statement that they would produce tho great countryTheyoorrespondod wJthl11lY theatrical sayHts X would be the last one to oven sanction let alone Teouestus to Journav o a foreign country break the leered vow made by our forefather 277 yearn ago even provided we j J it 4 Wore willing and we are not W shail give one Passion Play hero a Oberammergau in 1920 and under I no circumstances at any other place toItake moving pictures of our Passion Play and never will notwithstand ing all reports and fraudulent mow ing pictures to the contrary EVERYBODYt I Expected to MakeComlng Mission at St PatricksI Beginning With the high mass on Sunday November 20 a two weeks mission will be hold at St church Thirteenth and Market con ducted by the Dominican Fathers OConnor and Cleary of tho sale sion band now stationed at St Louis Bertrand Convent The first wee of the mission will be reserved for the women the second week for the men Masses will be said every morning to suit the convenience of everyone An Instructive and uplift lag sermon will be given every even tug followed by benediction Father James P Crontn V G urged the members of the congregation in a forceful sermon last Sunday to ati snccImany parishioners had beenII called from this life unexpectedly and that now especially was the tim to prepare for eternal salvation 1 Lt is hoped that Jt will be possible fo attend IliB HAD TilE PRIEST From time to time one meets wit a particularly striking verification of the statement once made by Dr Oliver Wendell Holmes that what over may bo thought of Catholicity us a region to live In it seems cer thinly to be tho best ono to die in In a wreck on the Lackawanna Rail dayfiremanseriously injured being pinned b neath the wreckage for an hour an twentythree minutes Priests fro the bishops residence were soon on the scene and Father Hurst attended to the injured fireman The latter gI brother Joseph being informed that it was a man named McCormack who was pinioned In the engine and see ing that every assistance was beln rendered to him hastened to he o t service to tho Injured passengers It was fully fifteen minutes before Joseph learning that it was the brother William who was hold prisoner hastened to oiiepr the nut ferer begging him not to lose cour ago that ho would soon be alright il Without a whimper William pleadingsne priest You watch and see that they hoodAnovo Ive had the priest Yes let the Socialist philosopher ignore religion deride its adherents and scoff at it ta every man day laborer or million dire an unfailing moment when allI lila hopes center in the opportunity of making his peace with God when1 1hta being all right or the rovers- depends on whether or not he has enjoyed the unspeakable consolations of religion has had the priest as poor Tobin expressed It HAVE MUCH HOPE LImportant political results are ex peeled In Berlin from the visit of the Czar to Potsdam where the ruler of all the Russlas arrived last week Although the Czar decided o the visit as a personal courtesy to the prolonged sojourn which the Rus slan Imperial family had been mak1 lag In the Grand Duchy of Hesse thelevent with the utmost official sig nificance The Czar was received with elab orate military honors and will not be able to escape from them as long LordjIguest That the enttevue lies an undoubted political aspect is manl fest from the fact that the CzarsI new Foreign Minister It Sasonatf Is taking part iln the visit Navin Petersburgforlong conferences with the Germani Chancellor and the new Blsmarckianl Foreign Secretary von Kiderlen Wachtor CHURCH GOING REASON goingtomasin reply to the editor of a monthly magazine First Because of what the church stands for with all of its human tniperfectlons the church stands tot the best elements in life and the higihtest conceptions of God to man Second Because of Its of ferings Nearly all the institutions and agencies for the uplift of humanity are the products directly or Indirectly of the Christian religion Most of the people who give their time talents and money to the sup port of ttoese beneficent Institutions are members of or results of the church I want to have a part in this general uplift Third Because of its enemies If a man be judged by his enemies why not the church The foes of tube home marriage mend righteousness are the foes of the church All the forces which seek the destruction of mankind vilify the churcihl LECTURED FOR KNIGHTS Dr Bernard F OConnor of this city delivered an interesting and In structive address before a ltvi ely attended meeting of the New Albany council of the Knights of Columbus held Monday night in tifcir hall Oak and Vlncennes streets His subject was tliaPreservaUon of Health and In its delivery Dr OConnor gave evidence of deep study and wide re search TIIINITYS ANNUAL Trinity Council Y M I will give Its annual foil euchre lotto and dancing party at the club house next Thursday The euchre in the afternoon win begta at 239 oclock and the evening KamM n4 dancing will eonwnwu 8otIlk1 r- hJ i tiiJ J Q U SUPPERt By Ladles of the Blessed Sacrament Next Week The ladies of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament parish will entertain their friends with a supper next Wednesday and Thursday evenings in the school hall on Washington Street near Buchanan and in add non to the supper will have a coun try store and other features the entire proceeds to bo devoted to theI general fund for tho maintenance of the school artd church The cause strugglingsthe charitably Inclined to maintain the churcihl and School and tho ladles in charge of the supper urge all their evenk or in charge are Mrs Mary T Barrett Mrs MKeating Mrs David OCon Boll Mrs John Purcell Mrs J Carney Mrs Matt Connelly Miss Maymo Barrett and Miss Maggie Wallace Thursday afternoon will bo devoted to the children and several features are being arranged for their entertainment I SALE IIGOODSIIEPIIEnDI emttherSsers of the Good Shepherd will I ColumbusI workhaccumulated will be under the direction of Mrs Julius R Kriegor assisted iby Mrs Thomas B Leahy and Mrs Charles Smith The ladles who will preside over the different departments are Mrs Matthew ODoherty wand embroidery Miss Emily McAteer homo made candies Mrs Charles Smith shirt waists apronsd roligfouBISauter art ta MrsIs tbeIby a num ber of young ladles who know how to sell This sale will afford mufann I I EUCHRE AND WARM SUPPER IIThe todies of St Columbas co I gregatlon ore roaring to entertain j their friends at a house warmin euchre which will be given in tho noIstreets next Wednesday and night Nov 16th Nuinerc improvements must be made on t now property ns well as on hand Oolumbas church and school a as this small congregation has bees obliged to undergo conslderahe ex jipanse in moving the ladles are en pastorIs r promiseliberal isenlgtsand a splendid war supper PLAN CATHOLIC WEEK Plans for a Catholc week to be held each year iln a different city will be presented at the of Catholic Societies which will conI vene in Now Orleans next week proposedn to assemble Catholic men and women from every diocese and parish In the United Stalest for tho purpose gluing ti m an opportunity to be come bettor acquainted with all methods of Christian education and philanthropy thus establishing stronger bonds of Catholic l1l ship and broadening every bran of church work The plan included arrangements for all racial organlI zatlohs the Polish French Italian Gounan Bohemian and all Lith unnlanspeaklng Catholics PASSEDsEdger Cisham one of the her known young men in Jeffersonvllle who was taken to the Mercy Hos pltal several weeks ago suffering from typhoid fever following which ho was operated upon for appendi citis and later was attacked by an other trouble has recovered sUff- iciently to ibe removed to his homo His legion of friends are rejolcffd over his improved condition and anxiously await his appearance again in their midst MOLOSKEY A MAGNATE John J McCloskey of this city the well known baseball manager 4 s now a magnate having organized a Montana league and secured tho Butte franchise Thousands hero hoped the Louisville management would secure his services but theirI best wishes will follow him to thoi Fa West The Butts tans are alli strong for McCloskey who gaysi them a pennant winning team sew oralI years agoIPERILOUS POSITION Martin McNally a member of the local fire department narrowly es caned possible death last Sunday While responding to an alarm ho was Jolted of the horse reel on St Catherine street and but for th screams of women and children who witnessed his Perilous position he might have been crushed to death under the horses and engine closely following McNally was dragged a hundred feet and suffered a number of cuts an4 bruises ANOTHER CHURCH DEDICATED St Gregorys church at Barbour vllle was solemnly dedicated Mon day in the presence ot many people and A number distinguished Cath StateeTheCovington was in charge of the serv ices Others present included the t Rev Father Clement of Cullum Ala the Rev Father Theodosus of Ripley Ohio the Rev Father Augustine nt Middleeboro and the Rev Father Ambrose of Contain 1 R n 1 uuruuuwstu sTwuerJUetu7 SUNLIGHT llet SHOESTheres a world of 350 shoes for menI none other IN the world so good as 33but shoes WE know It be for many years we have had them of the best stocks in all styles and 33made and sold them to Increasing of men why wear them with 11 the utiTost satisfaction and comfort at Forschool or dress wear solid leather stock Well made all sizes and the best possible 12 t values at the price INCORPORATED t = C1 e 4 M M t IH Mfr++ ++4+M 1t+++++ 14 G + +1 +++ + ++++f++ii + TINE WINES f 11- L1QUOD 345 West Green Street CIGARm JH+ttAiU 6 H H uu J Youngn Suits and I I Broken lots of two three and four Suits and Overcoats- s each All sizes from 34 to 42 but not all si7es of each lot Bought from one of them highest class manufacturing tailors in Rochester NY at a big reduction They are everyone 18 and 20 val ues On sale one more week atn 1175 Ma Sa COa 514516 West Market The Great Daylight Mens Wear Store I OP I Late News That Will Interest Here and Else where There were about sixty in the class initiated at Elwood Ind A class of fifty was initiated Thursday night at Milwaukee I Thirtyfour candidates the degrees at the Memphis laic a flea At Niagara Falls a large class 1Is awaiting the second and third de green A general assembly of the four degree will be soon organized 1t Milwaukee the Indianapolis will exemplify s first degree for a large class November 21 It is expected 500 members will be present at the Sioux Falls initiation on November 20 Syracuse Council has entered upo a new goodworkttbe of Catholic lltoration I Honnapin Council of St Paul In stltuted In 1899 with a membership fifty Is now over 600 strongIOfI A brilliant reception and enter 4alnment was given last week by theI Knights of Dunkirk sn honor of Rev Father Valentino C P guests fof Thanksgiving when a banquet will be held In Denver Supreme Master Reddin has ap III pointed fiftytwo masters for the fourth degree in America They will be distributed according to the necessities of the field In whlctt they are to work Winnipeg Knights have purchased a site on one of the principal streets I of the city and will erect thereon TwentythreoIwore paid SOT the properlY Building will be com mencod Immediately J COLORED MISSIONS I The yearly report of the colored missions in tho United States shows that there are twentysir congrogaij I tlons with resident priests t J rl t r IiMENIi 35OEi II a1f3Boys 15Oj JBOSTON SHOE CO1 1 441 f PAGf ALKOLJ3 andJ Mens 20oIeI Cravenette Overcoats Raincoats 1175n MOSES OfINCORPORATED Managerc KNIGHTS COLUMBUS ItMembers ofe 443FOURTH AVENUE I Get Your Bargains J III AT T- HEWINTER Shoat Pork House OUR THIRD SEASON PRICE LIST OF BEEFAll Choice Cuts Round Steak lOc Sirloin Steak lOc Teabone Steak lOc Clubhouse Steak lOc Rib Steak lOc Chuck Steak 3 Ihs 2Sc Porterhouse SteaklOc1234cChoiceAll cuts of Pork per Ib l24 Odds and Ends per lb Sc Preston Street near Lynn JiiL1L BROWNFIELD 1011 ROGERS ST Engineer and Contractorr STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 748411 aFOR Furniture 3Of 111 Kinds anat the Lowest Prices 90 to nF MAYER 419 W MARKET ST All the late and new Styles and Shapes priceseOlve your boys as education that will pre Pre Ibera for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 113 W Broadway tonlavillo Kr Conducted by the Xavertan Brother ClM lcm Scientific sad nwineM Courses Preparatory De ptrtatestrArgeawlsLlnxPaelwelgdppadDymsaatu lu I n r3 0- h a 1 1 r r l KENTUOKY IRISH A1aERIOAN a Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor rFuneral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 m HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J j BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Main Street D I DOUGHERTY S I MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Ptomptly Day or Night t 1231 WEST MARKET STREET tH+ + t t t t t t t aoo4eoeo + o eeeee L t E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 k TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS I AND EMBALMERS Crr STREETaheee44ooeee t THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasIons 1225 W MARKET ST iiIndependent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1077 CB THOMPSON FLORIST46rONLY Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUEB- oth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed GHas fia Rooers BOOK 6011 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city leeks Magazines and Religious Article- sOr avERY DESORIPMOH 434 West Jefferson Street PRIVATE HOSPITAL L LFORTHE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonvllle Ind own and manage a private hospital i for the care and treatment of Inline and epileptic patients Both male and female A patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL S crkt Averse Jeflercanvllle lad HERRMANN BROS I IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholeeale Deal en in Finest Brands of Kes tacky WhtektoB especially i Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND oTIiMlMf za4 SIXTH STREET 0- o n 3 fl I d 7L rULEYS WedhesdayNights The Traveling Salesman Thursday Friday and Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee ITHE THIRD DEGREE CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladies and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre seating only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic THE NEW MATINEESSunday SundayTuesday TuesdayThursday ThursdaySaturday 15 and 21 VENUE Starting Sunday Mat Remodeled All Refurnished New Nov 13All I Harry Clay i Blaney Nights 15 25 50 oDd 75 HOPKINS f THEATER riigh Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday contin ous W C CUNNINOHAM H A HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporate Special attention given to traveling men Best in the city for the money Have your mail addressed in our care First class sample room- sAMERICAN PLAN RATES 200 and 250 With Beth 3M BURT NICKS Manager Center and Jefferson Sis Opp Court House COLDEST WINTER COMING The Indians out In Winnipeg and the old timers say that the coming winter will be one ot the coldest on record They point to the fact that the fur bearing animals are growing thicker and longer coats than cus tomary that muskrats are building their houses larger and higher than Is their custom in mild winters that tine bears are starting to make their dens in the most protected places they can fled and the little chlp munke and gophers ate also preparing for a selgo They say these signs never fall MINE MOST COAL More coal te m1mMI1 ieroa employed In the United Stetea itha in amy other nation with Australia rankla Mitt + HIBERNIANS What They Have Been flair I the Past WeekGeneralN- eese Notes Next week will be a busy one for the order In this city One of the Boston divisions has Farualmentarywas organized Sunday igan City Ind- Minnesota has sixty divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary with a mem bership of over 5000 The Milwaukee division and aux mary will give a big Joint reception and dancing iparty Thanksgiving eve Remember that you aro Invited the reception to be held by toII 1 next Tuesday night at Falls Hall Last Sunday a large class was Initiated into tho order at Niagara LoCkIpDrtNot until November 1879 was tho order Introduced into the State of Minnesota now one of the strong est in tho countryINext month will be one of much interest as all the divisions will elect officers antI these will compose the now County Board I There is some talk of two more divisions in this city All that is required is a little earnest work as the material is here- In Minnesota tho Ancient Ordor is in a prosperous condition On June 30 there were eightytwo divisions in good standing in the State Division 2 will hold an interest ing meeting mext Friday night President Ford Invites the members of othor divisions to visit them The Albany County Board has adopted a resolution endorsing the Nationalist policy of Ireland under the leadership of John Redmond The National Board has sent out notification of tho assessment levied for the benefit of tho Catholic Church Extension Society movement The county convention held at Now London Conn recommended to Bishop Nilan the appointment of Rev William E Kcofo as County Chaplain I The Ladles Auxiliary will meet Wednesday night when plans for tho winter work will be outlined Miss Roso Sweeney requests all the members to attondIDivision 4 meets Monday night and it Is expected that several appli cations will be received President Hennossy will preside and Jpojrsiof a large attendance j Mrs Mary B Daley has a unique record in connotion with the Minne sota auxiliary She was elected organized capacity ever sinceIi I Division 6 of Indianapolis had a big social and reception at Morrison Hall on Wednesday night in honor of Malachy KeJy Just returned from Ireland and County President Maurice Donnelly and tho newly elected county officers Tho Covington division has elect ed the fololwlng county officers for tho ensuing two years President Michael J Shepherd Vice President John Finn Recording Secretary Joseph T Broderick Financial Secretary James G Brennan Treas urer Robert Lother Rev James A Cusack of St Patricks church Covington was unanimously accord ed the office of Chaplai- nItEDMOND Grateful to Americans For Their Sympathy John Redmond the Irish leader and member of Parliament Who has been In this country with a delegation of his countrymen to collect funds for the cause of home rule in Ireland departed Saturday from New York on board the Celtic We have received pledges for 150000 Redmond said and we expect 50000 more will be forthcoming This will come to twice the amount raised on our last trip In departing from America I want to express my thanks to the public press and pee plo for the uniform kindness and friendliness with which the mission of my colleagues and myself repre senting tho Irish Parliamentary party has been + seated I wish to express the gratitude of the Irish people for this renewed expression of American sympathy with Irelands cause E P OKelly another Irish mem byIHouse of Lords Is defeated by the House of Commons LAST STONES LAID On the feast of All Saints Bishop Matz laid the last stone on the spire of the now Immaculate Conception Cathedral at Denver the height be- Ing 230 feet Father Hugh Mc Menamln laid the top stone on the i oast spire last Sunday WHAT ALL NEED Few persons know how to rest yet every one especially every woman needs rest and relaxation It Is not the amount of work one does that kills but few women can stand unremitting work without relaxa tion A constant nslonls nlways injurious Time spent in Toot is not lost but gained for afterward one reels refreshed and can accomplish much more than could be done dur ing the time tho rest was taken Sleep is not absolutely necessary for rest relaxation 4s the main thing One must cultivate the habit however and learn to relax Just sit or lie down and dismiss as far as pos sible all thoughts of care and worry from the mind A good way to do this Is by mental prayer With the mind at peace with God the nerves will be quieted and the body will renew its strength The weight ot the circulating Wood Is twenty poua4 0- fl IJ I PENAL TIMES When Price Wne Iut0a the Mass Priest hi Ireland- Protestantism mid Insurrection Against Living Church Authority Nation Whoso Apostle Is Pat ron of Many Sacred Edifices IRISH PEOPLE STOOD TilE TEST Scarcely had the Middle Ages blossomed forth In tho groat devo tion to the Blessed Sacrament than there had to bo chronicled the great denial of the real presence of our Lord in tho Holy Eucharist for that Is what Protestantism really Is Protestantism has many forms and many definitions i was ostensibly an insurrection against the author ity of the living church and a rend ing of the unity Wo know also that in its logical evolution it has come today to be a practical denial of nearly all revealed truth and of all organized Christianity but its essential protest was directed against the Eucharistic presence There lay the very head and front of its of IJelststenUy of transubstantiatlon down to yes terday when the head of a Prot s tant nation should swear blasphemy against the Eucharistic Sav iour If he would wear a crown From that denial necessarily followed the denial of a priesthood for the nscIor thetlProtestantismI tho garments of the Saviour while it denied Himself but soon even the garmens suffered dhw rP t n rt I at the crucifixion Tho factions tore thorn asunder until now there is I tlaUt of the Catholic church the spectacle outsideII of various forms of creed and at I lackingthoaltar there is no light Their people are as sheep wandering with loadIngandbetrayalnorthlandtheIcingfaithful as In the church of the earlier con tunes to meet his scattered follow whereCaesarsHim or distinguish dn his lowly dis KingItopenrealty untodeathhistalthtulmany In those parts that remained England alongbecamea whole nation oven though against that nation was hurled the armies ot- a king or protector their swords theirruryflredconquestItEucharistlc Congress recently held In Montreal the litany of nations in the praise of their King ithat a word should be spoken a chord struck though it be in a minor key for the nation whose auostle Is patron of many sacred edifices and whose ex iled sons have made possible their building Pass by the days of the sohoolmen and como to these latter days namely the penal times in Ireland the long weary years when the Catholic church was persecuted when a price was set on every mass priest when the churches wee alternated desecrated burned and the entire country pillaged and its people driven to the mountains or Into the sea And this dread visita tion unlike the storm that passes unlike the plague that eats its lethal way not for a season but for over three hundred years brooded over onlybyburninghousesthe brutal soldiers It Is easy rte serve In fair weather the test of devotion comes when tho human life Is the forfeit The Irish people stood the test land ttoday is hallowed by the ashes of a hundred thousand martyrs of the Blessed Sacrament while the survivors praying their De Profundls for the dead cling still to the mass byfireANpTHEIt MARTIN BOWLER A little bowler not bawler tar rived at tho homo of Attorney Albert F Martin of the Louisville Nash ville railroad last Saturday and Ai has already given the little fellow a card in the Louisville Bowling As sociation NOTED JESUIT DEAD The Very Rev Father Herman theIJesuits of the Pacific coast and one of tho most noted men in that great order died last Sunday night at Spokane Wash of heart disease His death is a groat loss to the order and to the church- RECEPTION FOR CONSIGNOR St Agnes church In East Forty third street New York City gave a reocotdon In the Grand otrCr Pl oftheiwtor who upon hlel repeat yWt to olarRely 31 v IRELAND Record of the Host Important ol the Recent Events Culled I Prom Exchanges I I Farmers of the Latton district arc I tiesMuch regret is fell in Galway at I wellIan early ageMiss BalUnglasshasBoard of Guardians head eotBagnalstown general and fever hos pitalDr C P Hickey Kilkee Is recov I ering from a serious Illness which for a limo gave rdso to great anxiety among his relatives and numerous friends In the absence of criminal busi ness at CarrlckonShannon Quarter Sessions Judge Drummond was pro sented with white gloves by Wilton Vaugh SubSheriff A i enthusiasticheld at Newry and was addressed by DavidSheeby lateDaniel1 memberforDlstrJctCouncIlmeetIngsTllomas1lnahan HamillinshootingwithofCastlebelUngham remandedA man named Peter Lalor took Abbeylelx abackwashandedwas no rent pad on the cottage illuminatedby thoRevof his transference front the united parishes to Loltrlm Kllmeen and Kilcooly After overtwenty vacatedItagitation on the Olphert estate and DistrIctInspectorAt Armagh Cardinal Logue was reapJvo i with an address of welcome twootyhorsemodern style and make av token bytheTho mackoral Industry at Kln thQclosingofHughandftMcrmenertson have aso reduced their staff The death took place at the Con vent of Mercy Belturbet of Sister Mary Stanislaus Cronin daughter of the late Timothy Cronin Esq of aItnCringnine years and In the eighteenth other religious profession Amidst manifest tokens of the deepest regret tho remains of the late Rev Michael McElduff were Countynyronewell as tho opening years of his career as a parish priest He was born dn Carxlckamore In 1869 cndIwas ordained at Armagh by the pres ent Archbishop of Dublin The death of Mrs James McGulll at Newry is sincerely regretted She was a daughter of the late Prancds McShane and with her husband took a keen Interest In everything that pertained to the welfare of the dis trict In which she resided Five sons and four daughters survive her News of the death of Frank Car roll caused profound sorrow to his CountyLouthpopular follower of Gaelic sports and an athlete and footballer of the first order A GENTLE TONGUE Charity of speech is as divine a thing as charity of action To judge one harshly to misconceive no mans motives to bolero things are an troy seem to be until they are proved otherwise to temper judgment is quite as good as to build up churches establish asylums and found colleges Unkind words do as much harm as unkind deeds Many a heart has been stabbed to death by a Jew little words There is charity which consists in withholding words In keeping back harsh judg monts In abstaining from speech If to speak is to condemn Such char ity hears the tale of slander but does not repent It listens In silence but forbears comment then locks tho unpleasant secret up 1n tine very depths of the heart Silence can still rumor It is speech that keeps a story alive and lends it vigor LATEST IN STYLES I Marabout trimmings are effective on soft satins and chiffons fancybraidsSkirts are narrow and straight both for practical and dressy wear Coats close above the line of the breast rather than below It as last yearLace tunics aro predicted and also broad lace collars In sailor shape hipThoef fective A few striped chiffons are shown but tfte plain seems to have the preferenceYokes seen as much as over It Is rarely that they are made of a single material thefloorcape olio ground tnthaAbove the yrtJpt UM- OTor moating frocks IIlk war i tI IU x FRANK FEHRBREWING GQ II Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by 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to the ownership of a pia 6 the day you make your selection by investing a small amount of cash as first payment tOur one price policy must convince even the most doubt ing uf our superior service in treating one customer the same as anotber and is a point to be well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite Inspctlons and Compa- risonMONTENEQRORIBHMl MUSIC CO 7deorpor A- ed9S89t30 FOUTH AVENUB d 1HNiNONO S tiWEWANTYOURWORK I jjWere 1iacto Do It Promptly I 11ftDd m FirstClass Style II 1- 1 PRINTING i Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 1316 s EST GRJcEN STRmET GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET- s rr TUB CBIBBRATKP NNORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE ComMnesaotvaifewHDut all features el practical valqp that are considered dwir ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL- It ranks high in for estimation of the uatlic I I tiYOLTRINPresii Li 1 FPBannonSew i rPip caM W Sale Slsaed sewer a M fcumenj attulle for Steam CesiHlu Wall Cee1llBL Drain Tile vitrint Street PaYlq iirICL Ssnssisd Firs Pipe lee Llatag Iirelrlck Grate asdjeilerTile Groarid Fire Cla- yCYIaey Teps Lawn Vas Vitrified Sidewalk lrkM OFFICE S28 WEST JEFFERSON TWlBP lO 8 573 WAi 1CSi ithard UxliirMaad Magadk AyBet nth axe tent IfltWHOME MM IL- a r S If 9xa GOOBTOLE I Promised For Hibernians Next Tuesday Night The Hlbernlans of the Falls Cities and their friends arc promised a delightful evening at Falls City Hall next Tuesday night when Division 1 will hold a rooeptloin In honor ot Mr V H Oallahan o member of the order who SpoIlt the summer In Europe Mr Callahan visited all pars of the Emerald Isle and will of his observations and ex periences He also vlsted the House of Commons and met a number of the Irish Parliamentary leaders to LondonPresident Thomas Walsh wll In troduce the speakers who will bq fol lowed by others prominent in the order The Entertainment Commit tee composed of Thomas Keenan Councilman Charles Ilnnegan and Thorpjts Lawler have prepared light refreshments and will assist the of ficers In receiving the guests This will b9 the last social event of the year by Division 1 The Ladles Auxllary and the other llvi6ionsof the Falls Ctdes have been Invited and therefore it Is expected that the hall will be thronged TRINITY COUNCIL J Entertained Many Young Men Last Monday Night Trinity Councils large hall was thronged to its capacity Monday night when members of the Y M I of this city and New Albany were its guests for the evening President Vie Ecker welcomed the visitors in a hippy Address announcing that in lieu of long speeches there would be lntermsslcns and that only one address would be hoard from each council thus enabling those present to become better acquainted President Fred Relsz of New Albany was the first speaker and told ot the splendid example eet by the members of Unity Council on Memorial day and the Impression made upon the people by their remembrance of departed members Hon Samuel Robertson speaking for Mackin Council congratulated Trinity upon Its beautiful now home which many of them had seen for the first time and which the young men of the city should ap preciate Ho urged leathering into the Y M I old the rising Catholic youth AOonto become the Catholic wouldimbibetiment which embraces first ana foremost practical Catholicity good qllz aisliip and patriotism Eugene Cooney was the last speaker and made a tellng appeal for the Cath olc chapel car Before adjourning those assem bled were invited to the moot trial at Trinity iOn Monday night and to the Inflation and banquet to be held by Mackin on November 20 The next Joint meeting will be under the auspices of Unity Council next month ORPHANS PLEASURE CLUB The Orphans Pleasure Club has perfected all arrangements for its annual charity ball and entertain SeelbachAuditorium This is always one ot the leading so cial events of the season and is large ly attended The proceeds are used to purchase toys for tjhie orphans of the city at Christmas This club Is strictly nonsectarian and admin isters to alt orphans regardless ot creed or nationality The club of ficers for this year are President Edwward Bear Vice Presidents Oscar Schneider and Thomas Mc Shaney Secretary Arthur Stern Treasurer Julius Becker Executive SnyderXKlmberger and Louis J Kleffer MASONIC The Messrs Shubert will present Tike Lottery Man at the Masonic for the first three nights next week and Wednesday matinee Cyril Scott the star appears as a newspaper reporter who becomes the prize in a lottery conducted by Ills paper An old maid wins him but it is later proved the winning ticket did not belong to her and he marries the girl of his choice FLEMING GOES HIGHER Robert E Fleming for the past twelve years with the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company has been notified of his promotion to the law department where ho will assume special duties He has for some time been with the immigrat- Ion and transportation department where he has made an excellent record His railway friends are glad to see him ascend to a high position MOTION PICTURES Th S display of motion pictures secured for next week for tho Casino and Orpheum Theaters is one which picture lovers ahbuld not miss see InIterestlngthat are very cOmical There will be the usual changes and at each the latest Illustrated songs will bo heard DEDICATED With impressive ceremonies anSI In the presence of an immense gathering otQeopIe the now and handsome St Patricks church at Madison Ind was dedicated last Sunday Blflfhbp Ohartrand presided anti preached the sermon The edifice is a iftonument ertonlthemost phenomenal work for tIle church WHAT WINS 1 Life Is not made up ot great sacrl fices or dtatlesssutof 1HU6 things of which smllM andymdness and small ohllgatk i glvgit lurbltn l1Y are what vela itrfitM fc art 1 SOC1ETI DIRECTORY A o I- DIVISION 1 Meets at Fai City Hall on First and I Third Tuesday Presldent Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording SecretaryThomas P Iawlcr Financial Secretary Thos J Dolan 2120 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan SrI SergeantatArms Louis Roller SentInelDavId Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice PresidentRaymond Barrett Recording Secretary =William T Mechan Financial SecretaryJno J Kenney 1607 Duinesnil street- TreasurerJoseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Murphy SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice PresIdentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J Ucvens t Financial Secretary John O lies slon 1710 Baird- TrensurerDanlel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noo- nSergeantatArmsJames P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyVice Financial SecretarYThos J Las an 734 West Oak SecretaryDJRecording Secretary John J WiunTreasurerHarry Brady CallngbanOutside SentinelMichael McDer nott Y M I MACklN COUNCIL 205 tleets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth KenneyFirst J A Casper S ViceJresldentThomasBachman Recording Secretary Robert Os erne Corresponding Secretary WUHam 0 Link Financial SecretaryFrank U Adams Treasurer Dan Weber MarshalJoseph Bartscb Inside SentInelA C Link Outside SentInelJoseph Stewart RECENT DEATHS By the death of Mrs Ellen Dona hue St Patricl s parish loses an other ibf iits older members She was the widow of John Donahue and the mother of Thomas Donahue of 2521 Crop street Her funeral took place Sunday afternoon the inter mtnt being In St Louis cemetery Funeral services over the remains of Joseph Brennan a highly respect ed member of the Church of Our Lady in Portland were conducted by the Rev Father Connlff on Mon day morning with a mass ot requiem for the repose of his soul The deceased came to this city from Ohio twelve years ago and is sur vived by his wife and five children Mrs Lydia Drury Mrs Mary Murta Clifton and Lloyd Brennan and Mrs J C Kast Much sympathy is felt for Fred and Mary Whitman 1628 West Mad Iron street who were bereft of their son Thomas Whitman aged twenty one years Entering Into young greathOessoled with the knowledge that toe was res fined and fully prepared for the canto eternal life Tho funeral took Place Monday morning from the Sacred Heart church Rev Father Walsh being the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem The funcralof Patrick Burke one ot the oldest and most respected tookplaceltondayBentrands church Deceased came to this city with his parents from Ireland while B child Upon arriv theharnessmakingI very successful Twentyifive years ago he retired and hod since lived MaryDpnahueand Mrs Catherine Keyer who survive him I IACter an Illness of but three days MargaretGralmger Tuesday MrsGraingerentire life In this city and was one of the best known and most highly respected women Jot the West End StPatrlcks daughtom Grainger and Mrs E T Schlrer GeorgeGraingerDennis and John Grunoll The funeral took place Thursday morning with a requiem mass at St Patricks FatherCroninSOCIAL FOR GROTTO Monday evening November 21 the fifty members ot the YQung lonistcongrcjraUon tertainment and euchre and lotto at Trinity Council club house Each member will donate a handsome prize amd tiM prpceads will go to a fund for thectJon of a beautiful grotto OR liter rounds of the Pae fllonlst MoMMfory The members invite Krj Mfl public And prom ire a ipl iMtt vealag for tl who attendin It y llUI A o DEPUTIES I I Appointed For the Ken tucky CatholicIKnights Supreme President Gaudln has appointed Supreme Deputies for the Catholic Knights of America In Ken ofUcersfdmembersI ovary way possible to make their duties pleasant by giving thorn a cordial reception Some weeka ago Gen Michael Relchort and President Eugene McCarthy received commissions and the following complete the listWilliam T Moehan atlarge and Branoh 4M J Hanley Branch 16 J T Dawson Branch 18 J Edward fowling Branch 29 Henry G SylvesterRapIer RyanBranchBranch 626 Frank J Smith Branch 936 Raymond Maschlnot Branch 941 Joseph Klucbor Branch B John Schalda Branch 6 Patrick Holly Branch 14 Charles Hill Branch 21 John Kenney Branch 26 Ben Kruse Branch 32 Ben Beckman Branch 36 Lorenz Stein metz Branch 44 H A Veeneman Branch 45 F R DoLuol Branch Bi Charles Falk Branch 262 Jo seph Herp Branch 64- 2WANTTO LEAD EJDivision 3 After First Place In Hibernian Ranks Division 3 A OK is after first place In the Hibernian ranks and at the present rate of increase in membership may succeed unless there is an awakening in the other divisions At a well attended meet byMarlInPresident Sullivan two applications wore received and Martin OMalley JColemantwo positions for young men out of employment a commendable work nothing receptiontoCallahan wero received and ac ceptedFollowing ithe regular business socially1Ingand Martin Sheehan sang Irish stepdancstgdresea were made by exCounty ColemanPresldentLawrenceMackeyothers who urged their hearers to work for their grand old order andswell the membership to double Ue present number KXJGGIITS AND LADIES Members of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of Memphis are busily en I gaged ht preparing to receive the Su MrFPLeonardtrip through the South ho will visit INew Orleans returning by way of i Memphishevllle reaching that city November 22 I1He will be In Memphis on Sunday and Monday November 20 and 21j President Leonard reports the order Itin a flurlshing condition throughout the States In which it does businessI I and is especially pleased with the tilebranchesBISHOP WAS PRESENT I A most successful and interesting meeting of the local Catholic Federation was held Thursday night at the Cathode Womans Club and was RightRevBred a most encouraging address The attendance was the largest in years end nearly every Catholic so ciety in the city was represented A full repent of the Proceedings will be printed in next weeks issue I MAOAULEYS I IThe Third Degree with Frazier Coutler as the star will bo the Macauley offering the first half of next week The play has been well received everywhere and the company is an excellent one For the last half Frank McIntyre and company will be seen in The Traveling Salesman she of the most popular productions that will be seen here i this season AVENUE THEATER Starting with the matinee tomor raw the attraction for next week at the Avenue will be Harry Clay Blaney In his new American play i The Boy From Wall Street The Boy From Wall Street Is the Owen Davis dramatization of Sewell Fords popular novel Cherub Devlne and was last season tried out by William A Brady With satisfactory results HOPKINS THEATER If surface indications are any criterion there is sure to be such at the Hopkins Theater next week I The funmakers and pictures an nounced have a record that has never been approached toy any other attraction yet offered at thIs popular playhouse There will be an entire change of programme on Thursday JEFFERSONVILLT5 Arrangements are being made by Rev Father John CConneU and the congregation of St Augustines church dn Jeffersonvllle to Install a fine get ot chimes and It is the in tention to bavcthemblesscdnThla- l11kggivhtg by Bishop Francis Silas Cbatardof Indianapolis ELECTRICITY The use of electricity for light and power to the United States hoe snots than doubled in the last eight yam iDEMOCRATIC WALKOVERS IIIn Kentucky Ohio Indiana New York New Jersey Etc Once more the American voters show their wisdom in the selection of Fine Footwearthe Walk Over Shoe being the popular cnoice everywhere Get into a pair yourself and feel like a winner as long as they last If You Won On the Election Buy WalkOvers If You Lost Buy Them Anyway WalkOver Boot Shop 309 FOURTH AVENUE 1 N NN For Your Furniturei Wantst- II WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market NNNNNtrNJJ N 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