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I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN P r-I I VOLUME XXVNO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS I ANONYMOUS rl 1 Friend oi the Evening Post Calls This Paper For Furtheri Proof p IocsJTpt Believe There AreI vAny A P As inI v Louisville Oalls Columbus Day Bill a Monstrosity ot Worst Kind THE POSTS AWFUL BACKDOWN The fairminded people of Louis ville have been waiting anxiously for the answer of Richard W Knott of tho Evening Post to the queries published dn the Kentucky Irish American last week in regard to his connection with the Peoples A P A fIff ticket for School Commissioners in the recent election but so far have been disappointed Mr Knott ev t idently pleading guilty to the charge that he knew of the cdmpromJao made just before the election to drop Mr Egan and Mr Searle of the Citizens ticket for Gottschalk and Weaver of the A P A ticket nor does Mr Knott deny that Mr Egan must have received over 6000 Cath ollc votes out of his total vote of 7222 Does that not prove that tho word was passed to knife those two gentlemen and especially Mr Egan because of his religion The Kentucky Irish American has received several anonymous com munications this week in regard to this matter which asa general rule are ignored In all newspaper offices the writers of this class of literature usually being placed 4n the category of the man who would stab you in the back but one in partlcujor who signs himself A Protestant earnestly challenges the sincerity of several features In last weeks article and doubts their truth For Instance ho questions the truth of tho statement that a Catholic rectory was stoned on election night and had to be given police protection For this gentlemans benefit this can be proven by looking up the records of the Seventh district police statlonor if the writer wlUcairSf this office ho will be given the name of the clergyman whose place was attacked and whom this paper has spared the notoriety accompanying a publication The writer also doubts the existence of A P As in Louis vlllo and wants this paper to point Out a single one In answer to this the anonymous writer must be referred to Richard Hackett organizer of Uncle Sams Boys an A P A organization strictly whloh meets in Parkland Hackett residing at 1370 Beech street and T S Glvan who circulates A P A literature his recent effort being Freedoms Ban 3ier a vile antiCatholic sheet and if the writer wishes to locate some more of the kind try tho Junior Order of United American Mechanics here whose motto is opposition to some foreigners meaning Cath olicsIn another paragraph the anonymous writer attacks the Kentucky Irish American and Catholics in general for the passage of the Colum bus day bill which he calls a monstrosity but evidently over looks the fact that this bill was carried in both the Kentucky Legis lature and Senate 90 per cent ot which were Protestants and signed by a Protestant Governor these men I being of that fairminded class who do not hesitate to honor a man regardless of his religious persuasion and then whom Catholics take pleas ure In supporting for any office In answer to the Evening Posts connec tion with the School Commission it was stated In these columns last week that David Rose one of the Post managers Edward Gottschalk newly elected Commissioner and John Cowles candidate for Secretary of the Commislon were the owners of the Standard Printing Company Just previous to the election tho Post printed Gottschalks picture telling of his attainments and record as former School Trustee while at the same time supposed to bo supporting the Citizens ticket strictly Cowles their choice for Secretary ot tho Commission Is an exDemocrat I who served as Chief Deputy in the County Clerks office until ousted by the election decision the connec tion between the A P A ticket and the Evening Post should be plain even to a man ashamed to sign his name I During the recent campaign tho Evening Post abused Col John iVallen to the fullest extent encour mgtng the bell ringers who went through the streets with push carts 1 ad I wagons labeled Down with WbAllenifm and even continued its abuse afteqelection so it must be hard for the average citizen torecon cUe himself to Poet statements in 1fee future after seeing the following In its columns Tuesday when t- edwitha a libel suit for accusing u 4fee Colonel otttemf ting to raid the oho6ll treasury The Evening Post deiivei to re pudiate the euggeetkm that this IB AIL impikattoo won the personal Integrity of Col Whalkn On the oontrnry it sought to state and Ie llWM k rta4dtht this action w8 4v lto poMtioial aetivRy on the 1It- otCol maUenV If rtua re u1I1aJModofOol WhallM err in the atadi of other reader of M Jtatttac Port to YtoK aerdnp tJ a f InItoodedtempted to make some sort of a raid on the school funds had endeavored to make a personal profit for ihimselt lat the expense of the revenue of the schools that he had tried to coin alleged political influence into a corrupt financial gain we want to correct that erroneous impression we want to disavow that implied accusation and we want to assure him and careless readers among his friends that the Evening Post has never had in mind any accusation against the personal or financial Integrity of Col Whallen We believe that through his business activity and fortunate in vestments ho has raised himself above such temptations and in the long series of articles which ihavo appeared In the Evening Post criti cising his political activity we do not believe that any Impartial reader can find any such accusation or im plication As Col Whallen Is sensitive at present and seems to have among his friends a large number of readers bent upon the miscon struction of articles In tho Post we wish to say that they do both Col Whallen and the Evening Post an injustice by these ascriptions and Implications UNITED LEAGUE Issues a Better Manifesto Against House of Lords Tho political campaign in Eng land is now on in earnest and is waging with a fierceness almost unknown In that country The United Irish League on Tuesday Issued a manifesto against the Lords calling landlordism and the House of Lords synonymous The manifesto which is signed by John E Redmond and T P OConnor Is a violent arraign ment of tho House of Lords as the only obstacle to home rule It de scribes Lansdowne asHan Anglo Irish landlord whoso family name is written deep in that coffin ship the Lansdowne Hospital yard and jnII thousands of unmarked graves whore perished our people driven from the Lansdowne property in the days the famineAt ofII doors of the House of Lords continues the manifesto lies mainly the guilt for all those aws for an increase in landlord power and for the rejection of all measures for tenant relief whereby tho great famine and the great exodus were the plain and direct consequences andtoovcxyIrlshman of this generation appeal the voices of a million of our people who died of hunger and five million driven to exile to enthrone the iniquitous body to which they owed their boundless suffering True to its iniquitous his tory the House of Lords alone to day stands athwart the path of Irish victory Its fall is the rise of Ire land If this election is won the battle for home rule is won The manifesto proceeds to quote numerous declarations of Premier Asquith and Chancellor Lloyd George committing the Liberal party to the policy of home rule Rotor ring to the Dollar bogey it says No American dollar for the cause of Irish freedom millions of Ameri can dollars for the sacred rack rent Such is the cry of the Tory party HARD BLOW Given Socialism at Recep tion by Knights of Columbus Socialism and its relation to the Catholic church was aired at the re ception for tho Catholic delegates to the American Federation of Labor by tho Knights of Columbus at their hall In St Louis Sunday night T J Duffy ot Ohio a delegate to the Federation and a member of the Knights of Columbus placed Social- Ism on the gridiron making the statement that the doctrines of the movement were directly opposed to the teachings of the Catholic church and it therefore should be consid ered an enemy of the churph James OConneil Vice President of ten American Federation of La bor delivered a lengthy address lauding the Knights of Columbus and drawing a favorable comparison be tween tho order and the American Federation of Labor giving the pur pose of each as the uplift of human ity OConnell paid compliment to the Catholic church saying that If It was taken from organized labor nothing would be left the same holding good provided organized labor was eliminated from the Catholic church He said individualism in organized labor had long ceased to sexist and every member of the in stitution was but a single cog in the immense wheel generating energy to be expended In the bettering of the condition of the working man The Knights of Columbus Choral Club sang and Archbishop Glennon delivered a short address MARY CLARE DEAD Mrs Mary Clare widow of the- late John Clare and mother of Frauds Maher paeeed peacefully to SaturdaynightTwelfth street Her funeral took place Tuesday morning from Bt Patricks church and a long cortege followed he remain to St Louie cemetrey Mrs Clare was one of the older reddenta of St PatrtokB IKSfband her MMmptaiy Site happy disposition and sympathy ftar fa ctekiMM sad d1JDiadefor her IL wW o rcl of friwds who HtH vrttr forth Mofr 8U1o n j sM s DEDICATED Impressive Services Last Sun day at St Georges Now Church ItightKov Bishop ODoBaphuo Trenches Instructive Sermon Will Stand a Monument to Energy of Rev Father Weiss MANY PRIEST WERE PRESENT Last Sunday morning the hand some new church of St George at Eighteenth street and Standard ave nue was solemnly dedicated to the service of God by the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville assisted by many clergymen and church dignitaries The dedica tion was marked by the solemn and impressive ceremonies practiced only in the Catholic church and In which all of that faith are ever eager to participate The blessing of the church was followed by a solemn high mass celebrated by the Rev George A Weiss pastor of St Georges congregation and a sermon by Bishop ODonaghue I The services began promptly at 10 oclock The visiting prelates as sembled in the rectory a short time before the appointed hour and there formed into procession Bishop ODonaghue was attended by the Right Rev Edmund M Obreoht Abbott of Gethsemane the Very Rev James Po Cronin Vicar General of the diocese Father Weiss and Father E Schmitt The latter was master of ceremonies The Rev Fathers Thome and Monaghan acted as deacon and sub deacon respectively In addition to the Bishops attendants and a large number of priests there were about fifty acolytes wearing their purple cassocks and lace surplices and car rying lighted candles This long pro cession left the parochial residence at 10 oclock and walked to the en trance of tho new church There the Bishop offered a prayer of thanks giving At the conclusion of this prayer the procession marched about the outer walls while the Bishop blessed the stones The procession then filed into tho sanctuary where the Litany of the Saints was chanted When this was ended Bishop ODonaghue prayed for Gods bless ing on the new church its pastor and tho members of the congrega tion He also asked that divine providence might grant prosperity in the land peace among the nations of the earth and wisdom to all officers of the city State and nation so that they may rule wisely The inner walls of the church wore then blessed The solemn high mass of thanksgiving was then sung by Father Weiss with Father Thome I acting as deacon and Father Monag han the Bishops Secretary as subs deacon During the mass Bishop ODonaghuo addressed tho large gathering He said in part I This Is a happy day for you my dear friends and for your beloved pastor but it is one that is just as dear to my heart as your Bishop I am happy not so much to look upon this handsome pile of stones and admire it for its beauty I am happy because the completion of this church speaks well for the fidelityII of this parish to Christ and religion You have made sacrifices that you might erect this temple but for whom have you done it For the blessed Lord Men of old built their shrines and temples to appease the wrath of their god or to court his favor they lavished gold and precious stones thinking that the finer the temple the better would be their treatment at the hands of the great spirits But this is not the way of Christian peoples We build our churches that they may house Jesus Christ Himself True He is pleased when his children pome to worship Him even in the mission arys hut but we are not willing to provide so mean an abode for the God who has been so good to us Yes my friends this should bo a happy day for you all It marks anew era in your growth and you must push forward remembering that once you stop there is danger going backward Remember that this church Christ is ever ofII ready and eager to hear your ers Ho has said My house is a house of prayer and you must make It such Let us become more like the Christians of the early days who looked to the blessed Lord for their every want who went to Him and told to Him their troubles ann poured out their very souls in expressions of love and feltyLet us take Him as our model and live as He wpuldhave1 us live remembering all the while that the true rilitlflnl- ife brings not only happiness here but eternal peace in the kingdom to comeAt the close of hie sermon the Bishop bestowed the episcopal bless Ing After the ceremonies all the priests were the guests ot Father WeM at a dinner given la honor of Bishop ODpaaghue In the evelngthe church wu again crowded to the doors when solemn vespers were sung Follow tltng the blessing of the haadlaorae Mtutethe Kr 0ear Aekerzisun D p Lot St Philip Netiar raMb4 A powerful sermon on The ChrMiaa Chard and the Ohrirtfea I I Life the services being concluded with benediction IMPOSTEll t Who Posed si a Priest Is Placed 1Under Arrest j t Denounced by Cardinal Gibbons as an imposter and immediately arrested and taken to the Central police station at Baltimore last Sat urday Paul Wosf alias Frank Hume alias Henry Knowlson who has been posing as a Catholic priest placed a revolver to his breast and tried to send a bullet through his hbart The bullet was stopped by the heavy overcoat worn by the man and he suffered no injury The prisoner made the sensational at tempt at suicide in less than ten minutes after toe had an interview with the Cardinal and it is believed that the latter was In grave danger while the armed man was in ibis presence West was taken before the Cardinal who addressed a few questions to him They were not answered In a satisfactory manner and the Cardinal turning ito the officer Keep said this man under arrest he dmposteTIfor the prisoner is known to the police of Washington and Baltimore toy a number of aliases was arrested at the instance of W D Ford an employe of the Falconer Company lithographers and stationers About four weeks ago ho irlstied the Fal coner concern under pretense of get ting estimates for lithographic work and while in the store took a number of blank checks He took the checks to Washington and there used them in a series of daring swindles The Baltimore police also claim that he passed a numberof worthless chocks in Baltimore pretending that he was employed af Notre Dame Col loge near Guilford He was dressea as a priest when arrested The police say that West has posed throughout the country as a United States Food Inspector a Catholic priest and while in Washington represented himself iisa Lieutenant Commander dn the United States navy West ds wanted in Washing ton on a number of serious charges RECENT DEATHS The funeral of James McKiornan for many years engaged in the grocery business took place Wednes day morning from fiSt Louis Ber 2niliIrolroulL greater part of ibis life was spent In this city where he had been quite successful Ho is survived by hts wife Mrs Ellen McKelrnan and ninny relatives Philip Edward the bright and lovable infant son of William E and Belle Greenwell 70S East Chestnut street was claimed by the Angel of Death last Friday and Ibis remains now repose in St Louis cemetery The little one was but six months old and death came after an Illness of but slight duration The sympa thy of many friends has been extend 1 el the parents in their bereavement Miss Mamie Morgan daughter of Michael Morgan 944 Dumesnll street was released from earthly suf fering Saturday morning after a long Illness of tuberculosis She was possessed of many fine traits of character and the sorrow her death occasioned was evidenced by the large attendance at the funeral at St Louis Bartrands church on Tues day morning Besides her parents she leaves one brother Michael Mor gan Jr- John Lannln a well known and highly respected member of the Dominican parish was called to his eternal reward Saturday morning death resulting from a complication of diseases Born in this city forty three years ago his mature life had been spent in the carpenter business One brother Lawrence Lannin yard master for the L and N at Russell ville and two sisters Mrs Joseph Meeban 1367 South Sixth street and Miss Mary Lannln survive him The funeral took place morning with a solemn MondayII quiem at St Louis Bertrands church which was filled with mourn ing friends DEPUTIES MEET TOMORROW The recently appointed Supremo Deputies for the Catholic Knights of America have been called to meet tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock In St Marys Hall when an organiza tion will be perfected and plans out lined for the winters work The Supreme Council will be reprosntod by Major Gen Michael Reichert State Secretary William T Meehan and Eugene McCarthy President of the Central Committee A schedule will be arranged and visits paid to ovary branch In the Falls Cities- TEFFEIISONVIhLE An Interesting meting of the Catholic Knights of Amferica was held in Jefferson ville on Monday night when Deputy Ft R DeLeuil paid the branch there this first offi clal visit Accompanying him were State Secretary William Meehan Eugene McCarthy and William V Hig gins Under the good of the order the visitors were called upon and submitted vfattiUai ebow4agahse sdfUt foundation upon which the Catholic Knights of Amwto sow rk Patrick Truly Bernard Coll John Murphy wwwpleased It tMac11Jqu1DotrtAid11N4 UNION LABOR Has Always Enjoyed the Sym pathy ot the Catholic Laity Prlest Delegate to tho Amor lean Federation ol Labor Church Always Champion olt the Aspiration of the People HITS THE PARASITIC INDUSTRIES I I That the Catholics of this country are in sympathy with organized la bar and the uplift of the working man was forcibly set forth in the ad dress delivered before the American Federation of Labor last week by the Rev Peter E Dietz of Oberlin Ohio fraternal representative of the American Federation of Catholic I Societies and the first priest delegate in the history of the great American labor body Father Dietz who rep resented an organization numbering over 3000000 men whoso primary object was a defense of the rights of the Catholic citizen and the ele ration of the standard of American citizenship said in part- I I am proud that it Is my privilege to he the first man to represent the American Federation of Catholic Societies in your body It is not nec essary to assure you that you enjoy the sympathy of the great organized body of tho Catholic laity in the j United States for that sympathy has always been with you and if proof Wore wanting it could be found In the fact that a very large part of the men who are in the service of the trades union movement owe spiritual allegiance to tho Catholic faith and I dare say that their Catholic faith has never stood in the way of their trade unionism You yourselves will attest that they have been as loyal I to you as the most loyal among you I that they have stood shoulder toii shoulder with you that they have everybattle I wlthiypu in this convention Trades unjonlsm hasalways bool apart of the Catholic system of thought It may not have been in that name but the substance of it according to the times and the modifications of cir cumstances has always been a part of the Christian civilization of the past I need not enter into details for any fair student of economic history will satisfy himself that tho thewaypeople but has ever been their cham pion But today I do not wish to speak of what is past I wish to tell you what Is our conviction today It is our idea that society is built upon tho unit the family is built upon the unit the State is built upon the unit As we look out over the State we notice it is an Industrial State As an industrial State it rests upon Industrial society and Industrial so ciety ito a great extent rests upon trades unionism In fact we can say that trades unionism is the very backbone of Industrial society and therefore the great problem of social leform is largely the problem of trades unionism We have witnessed in the nineteenth century a great democratic movement We have noticed everywhere how the power of government or of forming the gov ernment has passed from the hands of the few into those of the great masses of tho common people It is not necessary to examine the causes but it has forced the legislatures of every civilized land to give a lafgor share of Its work to the social problems to the adjustment of tho rela tions of the workmen and the em ployers ot the rich and the poor The poorer and weaker portion of the population is made up of work ing men They form the greatest part of the population and It is meet and Just and right in a democracy that they shall have the greatest share in making and In the administration of the law and that they are entitled to the largest benefit of the lawBut we realize that the protection of the State can not be enduring unless It be sustained by labor organi sation Tho very fact that the country gives continued evidence of so cial dissatisfaction and disaster is proof to any thinking man that so clety Is not sufficiently organized If every Industry were organized tho parasitic industries that take and use up the lifeWood of the successive relays of working men casting the wornout toiler on the scrap heap to betaken care of by the community would cease to exist or would have to be amended We maintain two great principles which we have never denied and which we do not deny now We Insist that It is wrong to tolerate the cutthroat com petition among employers and on the other hand the sham competition of individual bargaining between master and working man It to right to regulate trading and to have collective bargaining We are confronted sometimes with tales of trade union tyranny la the words of Charles Stauton Devae a Cath olio political ecowwntot StS our conviction that SO per cent of these tales iMwe their birth In the heated imagination of anUtfanlsta that 16 par oeM wl eout of Mound nteadz Ing apt of tIN twntktaiar IB perl nQ cent a part may bo justified leav ing a remainder to show that trades unionists like other people are sub jects to human infirmities It is but common sense therefore to give encouragement to trades unionism which is not and can not be if it is true to Itself a confer of atheism and revolt The American Federation of Labor has succeeded in ele vating the standard of living not only for tho 3000000 men and their families who make up its mem bership but also for untold millions who Ignorantly or ignobly profit by its work and its sacrifice What was said by John Mitchell in 1903 at Wllkesbarro has always appealed to me He said it was a pity that so many failing to understand the fundamental principles and tho lofty Ideals of trades unionism condemn without investigation the motives and the policies of those whose mis sion It is to relieve suffering re dress wrong and raise to a higher standard of life those who are as capaeI ocean storm GAELIC LEAGUE Representatives Will Visit Principal Irish- Centers Rev Michael OFlanigan who Is known to many residents of Louis ville and Fionan MacColum envoys sent over hero by the Gaelic League to arouse Interest In the Gaelic lan guage among Americans of Irish birth or descent and others sympathetic With language history and In cidentally to turn this Interest to practical Account for the league have opened headquarters in the Emmett Arcade at 624 Madison ave nue New York City and are prepar ing an active propaganda One of tho first steps will bo a big reception to the delegates which has been ar ranged by New York men of Irish origin to take place at the Grand Central Palace next month Justice Martin J Keogh will preside and Father OFlanagan will speak on the work of the Gaelic Leaguo in Ire landMr MacColum says that ho and Father OFlanagan will remain in this country for at loast nine months and will vslt all the principal Irish saidIGaelic League is doing In Ireland for tho revival of tho old traditional lan gungA of the Irish people and for the restoration of the traditional civilization and customs of the coun try especially in the way of music literature songs dances and pas times j ARE NOW ONE Pretty Double Wedding at Church of Our Lady I Thie prettiest of the many double weddings witnessed in the West End was colemnlzed with a nuptial mass at o30 ootock Tuianksgivinig morn Ing at the Church of Our Lady in Portland with the Rev James J Conniff officiating With the altars and sanctuary tastefully decorated and ablaze with lights the scene was a brilliant one and the largo attend ance of friends and relatives manlI tested the wide Interest in the happy event The contracting parties were John Regan and Miss Gertrude Med ley and Joseph Murphy and Miss Leona Michel Miss Claudia Medley of St John was the maid of honor and Messrs Harry Doerr and Raidy Guthrie were the ushers Miss Med Icy 1 is a daughter of Mr and Mrs William Medley of St John and is a pretty and cultured girl John Regan is the chief engineer for the American Ice and Cold Storage Company and a son of Superintendent Patrick Regan and is one of the best kown young men In the city Muss Mlchell Is an attractive young woman the daughter of Mr and Mrs George Mlchiell of New Albany Joseph Murphy is a well known and popular young man of this city Following the ceremony the bridal party was entertained at an elegant wedding breakfast at thle home of Mrs Minnie Guthrie 2317 High avelI nuo a relative of the bridegrooms At 8 oclock the happy couples left for the East where they are now enjoying their honeymoon PRIEST AIJD TIlE PRESS In his closing sermon to the women of the Cathedral parish at Indianapolis Rev Father Rosa C M spoke oWko duty of Catholics to SUB tain tho Catholic press and said in part Every Catholic family should take a Catholic paper Thom are many good Catholic papers You ought to take some Catholic paper No home ought to be without one The Catholic press Is the only public vehicle we have for the defense of the faith We have many instances of this The dally papers suppressed the facts about the Oriental Masonic plot at Montreal Your Catholic press dJd ita duty in exposing it Choose your own Catholic paper All are good As I have said there should fie a Catholic weekly to every Catholic home- IIUTDING FOR MEMPHIS hlckaaw Council YMI ot Meraphte Is behind a movement for the erection of a Catholic club house where tthe young people of that city jMJr inset to enjoy t tMnselvee sun daybdorelest the pastors Inalidhe o1nuelMct4rwUeotlontj the tweed toroba buiWlBg the piaaa for which n t their approval TORIES Are in Terror On the Eveijot Next Months Battled Protest Against the Approaching British Election as Iniquity Liberals Sure ol Victory and Homo Rule Will Follow Yk ATTITUDE OF NOOSE OF LORDS 4 In his latest cablegram to the American press T P OConnor de dares that never did troops go intott a fight in such an abject blue funk as the Tories Into the coming election They all scream against tho election as an Infamous Iniquity and some even confess that the election must end In Tory disaster Even more amusing and disgusting is tho attitude of the House of Lords The same Peers who last year aroused every lover of freedom to rage by their insolent defiance of the popular will now crawl in abject terror They are pathetically demanding an op portunity to sacrifice themselves They will abandon not merely tho hereditary principle but oven offer tho sacrifice of half the entire num ber of the House of Lords As ono of their own friends said Never since the historic night of the French Revolution did the aristocracy offer to make so many sacrifices It is all hypocritical and all too late The sacrifice of half the present number would mean that the Tory majority In the House of Lords still would remain that while Lib oral measures would be certain ot defeat by the stereotyped Tory majority tho Tory measures would be equally sure of full acceptance Asquiths Ministry is acting wltU great courage and consistency in facing these tactics of delay and makebelieve Asquith declined to listen to appeals of delay or promises of deathbed repentance by the House of Lords and doggedly stuck to tho determination to make an Immediate appeal to the constituencies and un less some unforseen incident inter votes wo will start a general election next Monday a week Nobody has much doubt of tbd result The Liberals at the worst will return about the same strength at the best may add twenty or thirty seats Some ambiguity is seen by extreme Liberals in the d+ statement of Asquith with regard to the demand for guarantees from tho King but a close study of his words and especially his promise to stand by his famous pledge of last April just before Edwards death to de mand the guarantees and create new Peers If necessary proves that Asquith goes Into the tight with power to cause tho verdict of the nation if favorable to bo followed by the destruction of tho veto with or without the assent of the House of Lords Bankrupt of any good cry the Tories who last week in their chief organs were discussing home TWO as a rational proposal and a political e possibility have turned an awkward somersault Redmond was de scribed as quite sweetly reasonable two weeks ago He again has become a villain of Tory melodrama and American dollars and has become the chief object of Tory vitup eration One Tory orator declared that Ireland was to bo sold for 200000 American dollars Others shout foreign dictation Corre Btxmdents of English Journals search American papers to find articles to damage the Irish party The outburst of abuse ot Redmond and the Americans who have sub scribed to Irish funds will force home rule again to the foremost lino of battle and make it easier for the Liberals to carry home rule if their constituencies once more give them a majorityLiberal papers make great use of the support given home rule by em inent Canadians and ask if Sir Wil frid Laurier Sir Thomas Shaugb nessy Walter Scott Premier ot Saskatchewan McBride Premier at British Columbia and Gouin Premier of Quebec are to be counted among the American traitors who wish to destroy the British empire The truth is the Irish Orange tail once more has got control of the Tory party and has borne down Bal four and all the rational men of the party and once again Ireland is made the gage of battle The break down of the conference Undoubtedly delays the settlement of home rule for some time but a good Liberal Jimshortensignificant that the Tories already suggest a second conference Repentance and terror follow the debauch over the budget last year and over the rupture of the conference this raipidltgNeverBO bad a morning after head oj PLANNING MONUMENT Friends of the late Rev Dr Lam pert pastor of the Church ftIWt Assumption at Seottavllta N Y sad TreemaataJouaalaresplendid monument to Mi HMOMTT at MotteriU Wl ew he Ufcotwd M hoar q dI KjirtroKsr IRISH rnixcw J I KENTUCKY IRISH MERICflJLAc- retod I to the Social and Moral AdyaBif=eatei itfisS AierIcu5 and taihoilds- Officially Indorsed by Ancten fderrjOf I jljrnlansi Young N4 Men Institute and of America kENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINGS COl raled Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONa DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY gt Botirtd At the LoelivllU PotMttlc se 8econdCI ntttir MrM ill Co uiilciHiiii Is lie KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31l92i Welt QrcT St f LOtJISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVMBER21iO I ADVENT Advent begins on Sunday November 27 This Is the season for the 1 preparation for the great feast of Christmas There are four Sundays In Advent typifying the Jour thou sand years before Christ During this time we should prepare our heartS for the coming of our Redeemer lAke the people of the Old Testament we should sigh for Jesus for Jesus who renews the world and brings salvation and happiness to all I JOHNSONS DIG lIAJb iTt E Commenting on the Danville Advocates forced admission that the Hon Ben Johnson Congressman elect from the Fourth district and candidate for Governor of Kentucky made a gjood race the Shelby Record 4 ono of the best and most intluentla Democratic weeklies In the State pointedly says Yes Johnson carried ever countyn his district his own and Coy Beckhams county Nelson by an increased majority and doublet tho Democratic majority in the Fourth district The home county of every one of the four candidates for Governor went Democratic except Madison in which cxSenato McCrcary lives and it gave a Republican majority Wonder If the Advocate thinks McCreary can run as well as Ben Johnson Editor Shinnick has rendered the Democratic party valiant service and comes near knowing who Is who when it comes to naming the boat man for the next Gubernatorial race f 1 HAND IN HAND Tho attitude of the great body of Catholics of this countrytoward the trades union was plainly stated last week at the American Federation of Labor by the Rev Father Peter E DIotz who holds a commission Iron the Ohio State Labor Federation Declaring that the American Federa lion of Catholic Societies holds out to trades unionism the hand of fel1 lowshlp and support Father Diet saysWo realize and recognize that trades unionism is a primary element In tho regulation of Industrial society We fall to see how wlthir proper limits It can In any way Jrove Injurious to the common welfare Every business enterprise must bo subject to the ommon welfare and any business enterprise that to sue coed rests upon a rate of wages and conditions detrimental to a decent livillhood and unworthy of manhood ought never to see the light of day Wo realize that the American Federation of Labor has been a mostD effective institution for the protection of the rights and liberty of the American working men Wo believe that at heart it offers a safe real constructive sane and Christian solution of many of our social problems It has always been guided toy conservation and pro cisely because of this the American Federation of Labor deserves the sympathy and active support of that larger portion of our Americant population which is the constituency o1the American Federation of Catholic Societies EVENING WEDDINGS The Irish Standard notes rather serIously the custom of having the wedding ceremony performed in the evening Which seems to It to be groTlntf among CatholicsI For Catholics marriage is a most solemn sacramental union which can be dissolved only by death and though the church does perform the cere monywlthpuV a mass tliis neyerthe less her earnest desire that whenever it is possible Catholics should be married in the morttlng witha1 nuptial inaes in order to give par ticular dignity to the ceremony she J s provided in her liturgy a special 4Porbrlde and bridegroom As park of still greater iimportance and solemnity she oven goes so far M to disregard the ordinary Custom by admitting the married couple intoI the sanctuary and by interrupting the canon of the mass to insert ape eUU prayers for their welfare In rteiw of the Bacramental l aspect of the ceremony and te apeclal t1111 Parlance which the church attaches to it tJire dose not seem to be any good rettttm whjjrjrourig Catholic pee pie ntrhi ii wedded state should forego tIlejblmluti ot the nuptW mass for the uof bating the ceremony performed at a ihk uobla I hour Tlobanks of palms and ferns and the other gorgeous decorations ofa parlor may form a beautlfu setting but when the palms anti ferns have withered they only add to the desolateness of the scene they once adorned Something more en during is needed to make life per manently happy It is right that we should go to God only in our sadder hours only when we want to ask for aid No it is not right We shoUld go when we are happy as well as when we are s dThe wedding day should be a happy day and surely- It ism re likely to be1 aliai pywda II for those who observe tbe recommendations of the church and have the marriage ceremony performed In the morning hour and with ia nuptial mass Whit words can suffice to tell the happiness of thatI marriage which the church unites the oblation confirms the blessing seals the angels announce thei Father acknowledges Because the Irish ipeople treat him wdth duo respect the Rev Jiuie Bond of the Irish Home Mission Board should not be deceived into thinking they will desert the one true and only living chur h He may wish that the fate of France and Italy and Portugal causing cou fusion and Moodshd may befall Ire land but that Is as far as it will go Ireland has ever been and ajway will be true to the faith planted by St Patrick Coining ifrom a minis ter Colds predictions attract attention only because of their Jack off Christian spirit The chill in the air admonishes uiI In regard to thto season that is ap proaching and the necessity of mak- Ing proper preparations for the suuie It also reminds charltaWy disposed persons of the obligation that JetsI upon them to help their less fortun ate neighbors to escape as far as I possible its rigors It is the hardestt season of theyear for the poor and needy The trusts find their only encour agenie at for the immediate future In the prospective Congressional deadlock Xl thio same those behindt them are given food for serious thought The election this year served notice upon thtem that the patience of tire American people had about reached Its limit Advocates of liberty and good government ares not inclined to blame the Irish Nationalist deader for the use of their power In the emergency that has arisen From every point of view they would beI foolish to surrender their advantage The seasons football fatalities thus far number at least sixteen while fifty players have been badly Injured And this is the game for which our schools and colleges waste much time that were better devoted to intellectual trainingI Money for another Louisville census would mean money thrown away Forget this one and begin earnest work for the deolred showing ten years hence All cowards may not be anony mous letter writers but all anony mous letter writers are cowards I MISS EGAN Our IVftnlsters Daughter Pascinjakes f Foreign Count Denmarks capitalgreatly regret ted the departure of Miss Carmel Egan the unmarried daughter of the American Minister at the Danish Court at Oopenhagan who has re tuMed to this country to spend the Christmas holidays vMlas at court and Jn society in Denmark Is largely due to her exquisite dancing ansi her wonderful blue eyea Shortly before Jihe went Jo America a dance would have been given at the Amen can Legation for her sake In honor of young Princess Irene of Russia one of the Czarn nUmejouqkJhsfolk had not court mourning tobd in the way But the difficulty was solved bythe Admiral ani officers of the auwlaa imperial yacht gtandart which had Brought the Russian 4m penal family to Europe and WAS anchored Hi the harbor here They gave the dance On board theirI lux urioVM Mip and Miss Egan was a- belle of the eT nlny SURPRISE EUCHRB CLUB Mrs George Miller will eat rUin tIke Surprisel Ituchr ClUb next Vedne day evening November 30 4 1tr riftdenqe 371 Nbrlh Twenty WLa and3 aeud sveral- hndioma and unique prizes to be- a1wi dd the w itr THANKSGIVING g Give I i Ioifltt1 day forall wo fhiOt 1q- 1Letus not lIKethe l rabe For God iIll 11stn to every prayer If we ve thanks for blessings free t We thank Thee God for all thy gifts We thank Thee now for grace this year We thank Thee for thy suhligh rifts That made the cloudy way so clear We praise 0 Lord thy wondrous ways We praise1 this day with angel bright Accept this day our thankful praise And guide us oer the path of right Robert J Burns St XavIers College 1 IIsocWel1iSIiiS aJ C Hines was among the Louis villlans who registered last week In New York Oily Henry Meschendorf and wife of Crescent Hill are away on a trip through the South Miss Mary Whalen was iostesst h v rcrdcfub hertibme1 In port- land on Tuesday evening Mrs George S Meohan is home from a weeks visit to Mrs James Meehan in Cincinnati Jars Will Newman of Clifton has been spending week with relatives and friends in Frankfort iS Pand Nelson Owen loft Wednesday on hunting trip in the neighborhood of Big Clifty Mrs John Gorman of South Louis vjlle had as her guest last week Mrs C J Sanders of Brooks iMlss Marcie G VicUna was one or the number from this city who has been spending a week in New York Miss Clara Flood and mother of Portland were last week the guests ot Mrs R B Adams at Flora Heights tIrsJ J Cain who has been 1 iJI or grip at her home 1204 West Broadway Is reported nuch Im proved Johnnie Keep and mother Mrs Rebecca Keep have returned from a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs Henry Dawson at New Haven Harry J Hennessy returned today from St Louis where he hasbee1 visiting for the past several days as the guest of B J Donahue Mr and Mrs John McCloskey for several years residents of Clifton left last week for Boston where they will make their future home I Misses Bessie Rapier and Fannie Thompson and Sylvester Rapier Jr of New Haven were week end visitors to Mr and Mrs Sam J Dant t11rs Harry Cassin will give a linen shower at her home in the HIghlands next Wednesday from 3 to 5 oclocJ in honor of Miss Alma McCarty Dr J F Sullivan with a party of professional colleagues will attend the Ohio State dental convention at Columbus on Decemb r 6 7 and 8 IWJll J Semonln and family have moved into their country home near Jeffersontown Mrs Mollle Shafer will reside with them for the winter IMrs Philip Ames of Now Saul urYrInd arrived mat week to spend tho Thanksgiving holidays with her sister Mrs Charles Schreiber in Portland Mrs J H Welch of South Louisville entertained at dinner for Misses Laura Paris Jennie Wells and Ella Hartman and Mr Ollie Paral of Jefforsontown J J Drlsooll lloft Tuesday for a several days visit to Newport News where he will be the guest of Brother Ambrose of the Xavurlan Brothers who Is a brother of Mr DriscollIWilliam Egan a well known Jef fersonvllle railroad man left this week for St Petersburg Fla where he will spend the winter on account of his health which has not been good for the past ten months Miss Lillian Jie han and Joseph Heltz well known and popular in Now Albany were united In Hnr rJiK at Holy Trinity cburph on Thanksgiving day Rev Charles Cur ran performing the ceremony The marriage of Joseph C Schwartzel of Nciw Albany and Miss Catherine Mpellman wh 6e en gagement has just boon announced will take place in January The brldeiiect is the daughter of Mr end Mrs Bernard Mpellman lion William F Klalr and wife oZ Lexington atopped here for a brief visit the first part of the wolc JJJ9Y were en route homo from West Baden Springs whom oIr Klalr had been for the benefit oT his hctaljh whichl ihad not been the bcstfor the past month TJie mprrfae of Jitnes B New tAIL alil MIs Mary MpDerinptt topjc jxliace AVedneftdiay atSt LtlilsBerI traijds ehuruh 4n ihe presence of nahy PltJ1 lr f4ieAds Tto Vrld Jjs tIeliarminX siter of John McDqr aott and the groom 4s a prominent1 and 1influential resident of JeffersPti townThe engagemeht of Mlae Anna Lee Tully fk idward F Smith has jus- tbeni announced the injirriage to- take pace at the Cathedral pf the- Aaumptlon on FrIdayI Deeeinher i3 The trMe isthe pretty aaid M eon 11 Wi 4 d ul4tr VtP loins J Tully the well known tent arid iwnlng f f maker while the groom is connected with the electrical department of the Kentucky Electric Compifny 111J 3aneJi9tntatt mertJ S1 itvaa were quiety mmrthWdy lttewoon at church4t1io only hentM tsA being Mlfea Julna May McBrlde a ndece d thegroom and James Q Wood Alter the ceremony Mr and Mrs Sullivan left for an extended Easterni tour and on their return will mak their h6me at Corbin Ky Their many friends join In wishing them along and happy married life I ttOne of the prettiest of the weeks MollyIKelran and Christopher Lynch whlchoccurred Thursday afternoon at St Frances of Rome church Tho ceremony v waS performed by the Rev Thomas W White and was witnessed by a llarge number of friends of the contracting parties who have been prominent In East End society circles Thebrlde Is the daughter of Mrs Owen Kelran afld a Bister of Edward Kelran County Secretary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians A marriage of much Interest was that of Miss Lorraine Hermes and George Marking solemnized witha nuptial mass by the Rev George Weiss on Wednesday morning and the first to take place in the new St Georges church on Eighteenth street The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs J6seph Hermes of 1636 Grandvavenue 4ftera wed ding breakfast and reCeptIOn the bride and groom left fpr a Southern honoympon trip They will reluri about December 15 and be at home to their friends on the Cane nun road EDIFYING Mackln Councils Visit to Ji 05 Airiu i St Anthonys On Sunday Never before did Mackln Council make such a creditable public show ing as on last Sunday morning when the members assembled at St An thonys churcli and neceiveli holy cantmunlon Ina boot at the hlgl mass for their departed brethren The Immense church was thronged wneJ the Rev Father Senaphlm ascehde the altar and the Gregorian choir rendered a speciall musical pro grammeAt dub house the entire after noon was devoted to the Initiation ol a class of fortynlna candidates the degree learn doing its work in a tribe satisfactory and Impressive manner Especially Interesting and exciting was the surprise Introduced by LoulI Straub Jamie T She Jey and Attorney PT Sullivan which for ia few minutes had all present wonder lag what would happen Following the Initiation the new members wete banquetted ut I het Gailt House where President Join Kenney delivered thl8 address of wel come and Aug J Blzot presided axI toastmaster After Justice had beer done the tempting menu toasts wereI responded to by the Rov Soraphln Schlange O M C William T Mc Nally Camden n McAtee Louis J Kieffer non Sam J Robertson Judge Samuel Boldrick and Irving ton Earl The responses were eloquent anti appropriate and brought to a fitting close the most edifying nnd successful day in Mackins his tory ONLY HALF Great Tumble in Debt On St Michaels Church The members and frlonds of St Michael church on Brook street are surprised and delighted with the work oif their pastor Rev Martin OConnor When Father OConnor took charge of St Michaels about four years ago ho was confronted with a church debt of J 1205560 A statement of the financial comB tion oif the church just prepared shows the l1res Indebtedness to be oniy 6350 a wonderful showing In deed Besides this iFather OConnor tIts made and paid for many improve snouts on both the church and rev tory In addition vto new altar supplies and a nice votive candelabra twelve handsome statues and seven paintings have boon grouped around the three altars This astonishing tumble in debt figures in so short a time speaks volumtes for the ability of Father QCqnnor as a financier and gives assurance that It will not bo long until the Indebtedness Is on tlrely wiped Out St Allchaols has now a well organized ladies and cnll drens sewing circle the tUrn of which will he to outclassin the way of fancy work anythingret seen at tho annual bazar which will open February 27 HAPlUItY AVfiDDED St Patricks church was thronged with friends and we1lwisher at 930 clock Thanksgiving morning when loton Riley led to the altar Miss Mayme Sullivan Tho bride was handsomely attired ant presented a lovely appeftrafto verY Rev James P OrdaIn V cL performed the ceremony and was the ebrnntof the mptlal mass Upon leaving the church the happy young couple re paired to the home of the brides par eMs Mn Mid MrS PT Sullivan on iVentlellj street where followed reception that lasted until Mr and Mrs Riley departed In thte evening for Chicago and the Northwest All- dixy the house was thronged with rlends who brought handsome pres mts nod ahowened tilebrldeandg- room with congratultottorfs iiOtTJ1 SALE JlElTlN The last meetltJg for the Good Sftlepherd coming holiday Kale wilt bft heldl trOll1d y night when the- flnl arrangemeftls od appointmerits will be afinouii ea All the Choir mW and thr seiMaatewthi be ires- exk r Ii she w opee at WI6Mlrjj le Anti eoniiivU bite reasrdf ktI I tf wntm o R llAnKoW nLEII ivladeRecord bYtie Catho1 IIc KnlKtitsand Ladles I The announcoment last week that Branyh of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America would ce3ebrat iIts twentieth anniversary Wednesday night was sufllcrent to throng Robin son Hall to tho doors Patrick Hol ley one of the organizers and the first and only President delivered the address of welcome In which he congratulated the mipjnbprs uponth success of the bran hr and order which had met promptly nIl obllga tlans and Ikd a record surpassed by no other society Hot made a strong appeal to his hearers to work for the order and Induce their friends to be come members Much of the success of Branch 2 he said wasUueto the long and faithful service of SCCT tty James Coleman Miss Mary Corcoran Joseph Vetter and Miss Mtary Sheri danMiss Mary Sheridan reviewed the history of the branch since Its or ganlzatlon by the Oaimiented Father Lawler when it started with eighteen members twelve of whom are still living In all these years there had been but fiftynine deaths and for these 102435 had been paid beneficiaries a splendid record for MY organization with an average of 300 members Following a solo arid encore foir David Malon9L James Coleman Lawrence Mackey William M Hlg g ns Thomas Kpenari and George nuU rjre called upon and urge I too Knights and Ladies to look for ward arid keep tip their spleiidjd rec jrd ThO mualcaii proigraipme In c1ied an artistic violin and plant duetiby Mra Duvld Malone and Bliz iileth Shea aiidi Vocal solos by Mlsi Mary Siilpp and Miss Mary Corcoran I nil rpcelvnig hearty encores Upoi I adournlng alt repaired to the re freshment room where a dalnt r luncheon wits served l JP1RST PLACE Bel nc Eagerlj Sought by Men of Division 3 AOI1T- hat the officers and members orI DivWpn 3 A O II are determinesI II tqt occupy first place in the Hbernlai column was shown by the work o r the meeting held Monday night whenI James Flnerty was obligated an I four more applications for member ship were received For the pastL two years there has been an earn st- I out friendy struggle for the placi held so long by Division 4 and the Lnlen of Limerick and Ute race has now become close and Interesting AU the officers and an unusuall lurge number of members were pres ent when President P T SulllvatI opened tho meeting which was shortL bit Interesting Lawrence J Mackej c hi on address told what the loon Catholic Federation was doing antI nppeaed to tho delegates and mom bers to attend the meet rgs and ghe the body more encouragement HOhY ROSARY ALUMNAE Holy Rosary Alumnae htold its monthly meeting at the Academy last Saturday afternoon Tho Swat Song by Craig was charmngl p rendered by Miss Anastatla Vatoh I and the piano selections by the Mlssej 3 Hubsr and Carr gave evidence of theI superior musical training received at their alma mater but the treat Ofr the afternoon was still In store foi the members It consisted of a graphic description of the hllrlsUc Congress by Roy J R Clark 0 P Whie it was not the privilege of any member of the audience to have at tended the Eucharistic Congress they felt ua though this great pleas uro had been theirs so eloquently did Father Clark describe the devo lIon and Jove manifested by the many thousand souls assembled In Montreal from all parts of the uni verse lo render homage to Our Lord In the Most Blessed Sacrament After the enrollment of several new members the President Mrs Par sons closed the meeting U IiIIKTUIIXS FROM FUNERAL Harry B Driver President of the Domestic Laundry iQornpariy has returned from Philadelphia where he was called last weeH hy the Illness and death of his venerable mother Mrs Driver was over eighty years of age and was one of the most hipMy esteemed women In the Quaker City Of a quiet gentle pature her whole life amtdl she became am invalid was spent in ministering to others es pecially those pf hot own household and the Impress she deft upon the community In which she resided will long survive L COXXERS SHANKS r In St PauPs church on Thanksgiv ing afternoon Miss Margaret H Shanks daughter of Theodore Shanks and a young woman of many prepossessing qualities wits married to Oopporflil WJUIani JPqnnersof the Loulayllle pollcp department by the Rev Thomas yprk paBtor ortfchurch The cerewopjr was witnessed by friends and acquaintances tfroni all sections of the cjty and was fpllpwed by JL receptdon In honor of the bride and groom I J GREAT MISSION One erf the most fruitfull misslops ever given In Louisytlle i11II now n prOgress at St Patricks urcbc9n ucfced by the pamlnloan Fathers Conncir and Cleary Thlci sevcs next week will be for the men of the parIsh and will bflafctheame lfjours- as during the pat week Vicar Gen raj Cronin is much pfieased with the results and looks for the hunch to- be thronjed every night until the ntsalon closes NINETEEN V4O4NOWS Through tlxe death ot Cardinal g iuhln4atelll which occurred t- rRn4 ofa Thursday tie ujttfcet ot- aeaiicles ta tb serHl Col1ctj basI Ntl raIMtol nineteen BrotzgeIN W Cbfo fklRB AND JEFFERSON Youll get clothes service here not only the service youll get in the wearing but the service we give you in selling and your money will io extra service in the value riglilkindpatterns colorings and right in prices S1O TO S35 1 HALFOP YOUR TROUBLE GONE When You Use DIAMoND WALL PLASTER in Your Building MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated First and River Both Phones 2207 Also operating Hoosier Wan Plaster Plant LouUvlIU Kv JeflersonvlHe Ind Phone 655 KillGlITS OF COLUMBUS i Late News that V1I1 lrit citi Members Here and Elsewhere l In their bowling leaguel the Cincin nati Knlghts have eighteen teams Lust week at Syracuse a good clasi was received Into LeMorne Council Milwaukee Council last week con ferred the second and third degree upon a class of fifty The new exemplification for the fourth degree will be made an Important factor In work In the future Indianapolis had an Initiation tills week Monday night the counci will have a stag smoker as a tore well to Its Washington n street quarters Milwaukee Knights have Contributed to the expense fund for maliitalnlng a Catholic chaplain at the State Industrial School for boys at Waukesha Two local priests and a number of students of Niagara University wet included in the last class initiate at Niagara Falls Tho second degre will be exemplified tomorrow An excellent programme has beei arranged for the meeting In Jeffer sonville on Monday night whet steps will be taken to arouse a llvel V Interest for the coming winter The Knlghta of Blnghamton enter tamed the C M IA at a delightfu fortyfive card party with Musica 11 Director Cupero of Dbckstader s minstrels as a guest of the evening CHIMES Will Soon Be Heard From St AugustinesChurch With Impressive exercises and irri the presence of a large gathering oC people the new chimes for St Augus tines church In Jecersonvllle were solemnly blessed Wednesday evening iby Bishop Joseph Chartrand of In diauapolls who came espedatty foi the purpose The services were heldi in the church the assistants to the Bishop being the Rev Charles Curi ran of Now Albany Rev 1 OConnor of Louisville Rev William Seibortz Rev Donal Manning and1 Rev Isadora Meaner of New Albany and Rev Andrew J Brady of Louis I villa In addition to those mentioned I quite n number of visiting priests were also present The chimes were purchased In Baltimore and the Rev John OConnell pastor of the St Augustines church is justly proudi of them They arrived a few days before their Messing and ore now ready to be placed in position the preliminary work to that end hav- Ing been done The bells are three In number and weigh respectively 2100 pounds 1050 poun isand 650I pounds Thp chimes are the first ever used In Jefferfionvllle or Southern I Indiana and are of the most modernI pattern CK1 AH GROVE The Sisters and pupils of Cedar Grove Academy Thirtythird tnd Rudd avenue gave n deUghtful mu slpal and literary entertainment Wed nesday afternoon One of the loost pleasing numbers was Musicl on the Rappflhanflopk young ladles repre seating the North end South and attired In blue arid gray each In turn speaking and calling attention to the beautiful music of the bygone days with a finall ending of Jlomo Sweet Home and all reunited Tire Te Deum was o3sb well rendered by the entire school A number pf former graduates were among the number In attendance1 The good Sisters of Cedar Grow way well feel proud o their splendid school lEAVE GONE EAST Attorney JJ Jfavanagh And bride who was Miss Alma Urjuca Owens are spending their OjooojTnTOOin In the East rnhelr ma Jage wa 9 a mJet one and took placjal at the rectory of St Louis Bertrand church on Tuesday Bfttt young ipeopje have a host of friends who wish them a long happy and useful Mfer 5I 11 II JUSTIN MOARTIfl- Justin McCarthy the famous Trlsii statesman hlstorjaai andnovqllst yo celved a oo 1cCI opfnewitulaUons frpan friends throughout the world Tuesday on the occasion of his eightieth birthday anniversary Mr MeC irt y who has llong b nJ8grdee j o1It pf iii t9letnqet liv- Ing ef4t letars waa boai In Cork J- 11J iJjaQt afcd at n early age began hisi oarMr M a rsportr Im the gul1 1- 1u NOTICE State and County taxes are due now arid penalty wilt be added Decehiber tat 1910 This notice is given so the public can avoid the delay in being waited oh c AM EMLER Sheriff MAC ULeVs t Beginning Monday Night and All Week With Usual Matinees The Girl of My Dreams PRESENTING HYAMS AND MINTYRE- And Company of Seventy People HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows daily Sunday contln ous THE NEW MATINEESSunday Tuesday Thursday Saturday 15 and 25 AVENUE Starting Sunday Mat Remodeled All RfurnshidHerJ Nov27 All WcCL As the Sun Went Dowa ighfsiz 25 50 and 75 CASINO AND ORPHEU1 THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leadlqg Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- reniCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre seating only tbe standard productions historic dramatic and comic W CUNNINGHAM H A HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENtUCkY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporated Speciall attention given to traveling meit 3est in the pity for the money Have your mall addressed in our care First class sample room- sAMERICAN PLAN RATES SUe sod 250 With Bath 3- IDERT HICKS AUiugcr Center ndJJefferson SlS Opp CwtHoSsa JJRL BROWNFIELl 1011 ROGERS ST Enginier and Bonlraclo- rStfeAM and HOT VATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Mk iP1ino Phoiie7481l j 1 raj1Qlre l pare iaVra far life st XVll3RS COLWiE Iia W Brood way LouiiTillo Ky Condurfedby the3iveriaaBrotheWwCl Selesihlic cUJus1e CDllnetIlFWalftorr1e urppeaOymiucT1fl1 tliji I nNud b I produiei- Iever ijrQiih1 ut b1Ieh 1i will probably be longestmeiWerd la his History of QtfrfTOVfJ TIisMr McCarthy iis IIn good health and oKiHmies actlvy atwOlrk t his boone In fkoo n l The avrag ihe xIq1n Infancy laasO rmteutr 1n tJl1 nee4 eighty at sixtyI yoq- pule yto females Is Mce f lIa fMB that ct mMis J 1 aa- I I TfcV 1F AY rKrn u KENTU KY lEUSR A ERJOANr IL r4 I i Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor I Funeral Director and K Carrlagt Furafehed for AH Occasions en Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON TEL liUOpiBIO H M HOMK PHONE U OuMIRLAND J BARRETTS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS s8rlea- t Min S1ree1a r r a r = N- uS 40 D J DOUGHERTY 8 J DOUGHERTY Funeral Dlrictors and Embalmirs Both Phones 29S CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL All Calls Xntwtrtd Promptly bay er Night I l123i WEST MARKET STREET J It It H r tttIII J E TRACY L H BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY j J FUNERAL DIRECTORS i AND EMBALMERS j Cur6honNatluh ecI on 1531 W MARKET 0 10eNeM ONNNeI NON THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director andElballllrTE- tEPHONE 365 Au calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertaker KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing end Dressing Ledlei ana Children a Specialty HOMH PHONB 1677 CB THOMPSON FLORISTsWONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephone 1080- 4A11L orders receive prompt attentloa Md satisfaction guaranteed 611ds fl Rooers ee BOOK GO PRAYER ROOKS 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 Inks Magazills ui NON Articles x or aTBKr DBBOiUVXXOM 434 West Jefferson Street pt yATE HOSPITAL THE CARE WMN AHEANi EPILEPTIC PATIENTS t rtOLreyofrhefleraonvilaIsd far the care and treatment of Insane and m t4 th slat fapp 1Pa Heats ft tee vKi rea enable For fllrt parUoak11lpply to t tAt r MOTHS MARY lnittyItUBpITAL SMTkt AVMNMt I IJNrrI ld JIi HERRMANN BROS e rOnT3 I MKl WiHBS AND LIQUORSI DMUm31i fhwbifti Ii en Jarliiit1 of c hIcky trJr y rJ rilcCIXJ f NeiUn rr f BQffLBD III W ilei intl iM nlII 1 All the late and new Styles and can be found here at reasonable Call and see us FOR FurnitureOf tt I at the Lowest Prices go to 1 J WM F 419 W MARKET i I GET YOUR +T TILE WINTER Shoat Pork OUR THIRD i Price List et Beef AII Choice Round Steak lOc Sirloin Teabone Steak lOc Clubhouse Rib Steak lOc Chuck Steak Portprhouse Steak Pure Hog Lard Choice Roasts perlb8All cuts of Pork per Ib Odds and Endsperlb n Preston St near 5Cjj tiim Wiritiss b RR Shortgage of fully 10000 onaccount of 8honrIawaBd save Jwlrelese developments operate under direct StTelegraph Officials and placeall ar6 t its when Wrl lorcajjuoguiMI- STITirrE cTncTnnatl Phu Memphis Davenport la JB CM Portland Ort 1RLUTAjsig 11 ikyabrretd at thews ways the e iM et waddiug WedaeBday t CiM Florence Beuer one mo idchlr1 aM Ma tin JeZC oualtp b bride oZBa Txaut the contractor Rev Father the celebrant ofthe1iupU1D performed the ceremony YltnMMdbr a Satering of that fHisd the ipNUUr oUurca Following c the brvllkfiwt fh happy pair w a tartly a attendedW1 aaratp Y j I 4 WARNING pennon as Mother of Unions Leo as Sftiicst r On Sbor ii s crlflc On Calvary firfit Brotli= vJfcM orlioodt 6M ThE ELEctION in St Louts Arch 6h addressed eeyera t to the American Labor convention al OToolos Catholic and OFallor remarks white tem rtsy and delicacy toll squarely against notably the dom saloon Ine labor poli claUstic doctrine of the submergence ol He calmly presented as the mother 8 who needed no pre ther child The cross introduced the d and no labor surpassed those of Leo saw and of capitalists the laboring man me for the prosperity of the laboring man the citizens of our all those for whom who are through On the liquor Archbishop gave keen made striking deduc recent election Trou declared through who would say ito the 1 that having so little while for him to that bo has many of our labor away by these In ho continued that they have be create for themselves a home Join the with their so in distress congre saloon and fumes of the bear wine glass create a fills them with hatred and turns The beer mug glass are the enemies the enemies of man If the saloon you and your duties election here about a the result of it was of Missouri wore not complete inhibition traffic They voted voted against it In such numbers as will the onward march of Archbishop a long time But it is also written in the polls it may be it may be only in I believe it is writ clearly as the other of today are dissatis that obtain in fflc of Missouri and of the saloon man IE place that if he lie will before long spoke of the arts and crafts of the the protection of church which In of the working him advice had of experience the value of tho State in correcting the Archbishop said ct of each man right and duty to State control our In our souls and said We do not to arise where we of a soulless State institutions the poor penitentiary We the teaching that tho homes are the wards on property Chil has back of it par and that abhor only the end of our 1 end of civilization to see our laboring part capitalists just to see our capitalists ot labor and I would relt attained ubfc i f ehC but by ihdj l Yo4cap call It j1t 4 willl paP f1rfher pr would like to sep our s of ciital Teallze y rnaY have a title tp JS nor s title that ir claims 6r relations eJiI In their owner are trustees not alone welfare and emolu the welfare and lty at large end encTdlcalon labor as nced ideas yet ad question all ct on the teachings fglit to the regular at Lawrence OTooSV nofl once snore ofJlw of nany years itev who was master ed stood throughout iethe attar which he long Rev Fabbers 1y supported the the lIauirDkKz41t cwmat of the JVJthi other Morgan ritheY Carr aseub 10 f r INt+ attfcfi at Barclay CityloneI celeliratedfifth anniversary of Its founding last Sunday with a Pontifical maw This RevsMonaignbr tbe pastor IRISH FOLK MUSIC Another Fascinating Vbl ume by Capt Prances ONeill The latest work by the gifted composer and author Capt Francis ONeill of Chicago sa neat volume bound In green cloth and embellished with harp and shamrocks in gold rind profusely illustrated Under the title Irish Folk Music Containing 360 pages it is a fascinating bOOk especiallYthoseold Ertn her music sand songs The author after years of study anti research shows how the best airs and music of Ireland have beer EnglandSoottandmerely changing the title Capt ONeill gives the original Irish title or name as played by the old harp ers and pipers of Ireland years before the compilation of the first named countries were known Capt Otfelil is the compiler and publisher of The Music of Ireland The Dance Music of Ireland and ONeilla Irish Music for Piano or Violin containing over 900 tunes taken from rare manuscripts or noted down from the lilting and sing- Ing of old people and musicians ot the present day while ho toured Ire land and now for the first time published The books are for sale by Lyon 8 Healy of Chicago Capt ONeill deserves the lasting grati tude of the Irish race for bringing out of oblivion and preserving for the future the sweet and soulstir ring music of Ireland iColdoold must the heart bo and void emotion That loves not the music of Erln gobragh NOMINATIONS Will Be Made On Monday Night by Mackln Council Mackln Council had a rousing meeting Monday night when the membership conest was decided In favor of tho teaon headed by George J Lautr During the contest sixty two members were elected and because of the closeness of the race the winners generously divided tine prizes with their opponents So en thused were the members over the splendid reut that It was decided to have another Initiation on Wash ingtons birthday Dr J A Casper Charles Rnldy and George Lautz being appointed committee to make the arrangements Councilman Den Sand was the unanimous choice and was recommended to Grand President Lajwo of Memphis for appointment to the office of Council Deputy Monday night officers for the next year will be nominated and this will bring out a big attendance HURT HIS FOOT Benjamin Hinkebeln well known In Catholic circles has been eon fined to his home 1003 East Market street New Albany suffering from an Injured foot The Injury was caused by a heavy Umber falling on the foot and It may be several days beforo he can return to his work SAILED FOR EUROPE Edward J OBrien the noted tobacco buyer and daughter Miss Marie OBrien saled Monday from New York City on the George Wash- Ington for Europe They will make a hurried trip and hope to be home for the Christmas holidays ASHLAND The Knights of Columbus of Ashland entertained a largo gathering Tuesday night with the most delightful euchre and dance ever given In the ltrTbro popular Ashland girls busses loretta Serey rancps OKolly end Kate Mantle went to Cincinnati to spend Thanks jjvlng and visit relatives for several veeks FOB WOMANS EYE Corsage bouquets pi shaded pink ribbon are extremely pretty The craze for Indan bead work shown nosignS of diminishing Black rovera always lend a distinctive touch to a gown of any color Evening cloaks Of velvet and allk brocade are gorgeous and beautiful I Zlbetine are having Quite a modish revival In the dress gOods realm iievers must be supple and large If velvet Is used It must be of the softestSome togetIbbom I TjiUe and lace arC pow combined on many of the attractive collars and II ilWeeeHatpins mounted with roeea fash 1nd from black silk are used on hsouimttig t4I RlfeWn Yk were ot wfilte irilk flatly applied to the Mt of black beaver- are most effective Thin Tl + Si a fur seeeou and aM11are1 ll- Metallle nets and laces clayl an important itiIL the obBstrucUon 0i moat of the theater eats Nov Ute 84 eArlng on thenw- qutinrhm are wlagagf suede They are remarkably oddlId pretty For daclhs froelw Ioryolirte the bordr ia ohlrtojwI or ptata or fibwrsd seta aaadaovetr eland tile oftarpleddid yortbWUeeata low coK- C nn TREASURE House of the Word That Will Last Untill the End oi Time f Catholic Churches open From Gray Dawn Until the Sunsets Magnificent Ideal Ought to no- De r to Christian Honirt MESSAGE IS FOR THE NATION Our Catholic churches are alway open from the gray dawn of the morning until the sun sets in the west says tho Plttsburg Catholic Go at whatever hour you may fate any one of the churches and you will always find some One there before you isolated individuals here and there a group some kneeling in the pews others before the altar and engaged In prayer Thus a inagnlfl cent Ideal and one which ought to IscOnstantly dhfeflybyfrom their dally toil to come ant Sacramentary for present needs or future hopes and fears So mUoh then for the open church as It servos the needs of its children Many of our beloved converts owe their conversion to a visit to a Catholic church a walk around the interior and although of course In the majority of cases this Implies nothing more than the satisfaction of tho promptings of idle curlpsty there Is always hero and there that awakening of a higher consciousness which under Gods guidance and if rightly pursued leads up to the gift of faith The impressiveness of a Catholic church the silent teaching of its symbols the associations they recall nearly always combine to produce a very definite effect upon the stranger of alien creed and the result Is far reaching and intense It is not the inanimate brick or stone of the church that appeals al though splendid architecture may appear It achieves its purpose since In the altar with the ever burning lamp is revealed the Treasure which wins the rapt and adoring soul Here Is the ever living message to the world and to give that message the altar stands In the citys marts where all may see It and where the busy streams of worldly efforts must pass just as faith in the super natural must not be ashamed to stand whore indifference doubt and disbelief of the world may Jostle or affect to despise It The open church asserts as no other place can assert that Catholic Ism Is not a mere parochial concern addressing Itself to the poor and to some few aristocrats and converts but that its message is for the na tion and for all nations and it is for today as it was for centuries ago and as it will be for all cen turies to come It is a ceaseless message that faith must be unflinch ingly manifested that it must show its quality amidst the alms and the wjhlevements of the world must rise more loftily and more lastingly en dure than they It Is a message a testament and a treasure house of awayIWINS FAME Miss Margaret Claire to Sing at Bachelet Concert Miss Margaret Clalro of Atlanta Ga Is making a name for herself In England As well as on the con Uncut She recently appeared In Italian opera at Birmingham She bad accepted an engagement with the Caatellanb Grand Opera Com panywhich had suing In London with decided successby wire at two Says notice and had t6 appear on the evening of iher arrival In firming Kam without any rehearsal The brilliance of her singing and her per feet vocalization drew tho warmest tributes from the critics Miss Claire has already appeared In Paris with great success and Was been engaged to sing there in the first of Alfred Bachelets orchestral concerts Par isians will then bear for the first time music from lUmsky Kosa hefts nbw iRUaalan apace Miss Claire w111BliigS 11e Of Its iptilnclpa1 lyric numbers M Baphelet1 a enifagOO CHANGE FOR OHBAIIN yearstherefferionylli slant pt the American CaT anti yQitndrx Company left 8at irday for Mteeourl to take a similar position with the plantt at St friendsanl ting his depa UrV nlrgW4WJ8he follow him into Oils new poaiUoh PATLBNCB TirE REFUGE cratrrleI 1J1lII ivtiatIsI U worst Their arms are abort and Uyt THY not be able te reach what you ask What K they also lack purity of purpose or teMcity of af faction Do not you al o 1aokthMe grace Ptl ieto your refuge aec your oUt Wag rinds and In entJurWf 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HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN ass VVEST Giexcisv STRIDEr or USE TH- ElIomeTelephone BOTH LONG AND SHORT DISTANCE The Best Service That Can Be Obtained I BANNON P BANNON JR L J VEENEMAN Fm Mar Vice Prit Treat Secretary b Kentucky VtriflcI Brick Ca INCORPORATED 1 Meta1aotNt rs ott VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS SXWMUifftrsM Strut nlfKSi MpMN ATtjf lit Mail Mm TELEPHONE 573 TCLEPHONB 1X12 e J 1 KEN1UCKY IRISH AMERICAN c I jJ QIULY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR p rJPttUfoMfor ifo Price Siwl ini XHf Nawe 0X HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolt r the Past WeekDeneral- News Notes mho Indles Auxiliary of St Pau 1 gave n reception and banquet iin honor of their new County Presl dent Mrs C J Conroy Tho divisions that are most activi In adding to their membership are the ones that show the most devotion to the principles of Htbernlnnlsm This has been a prosperous year for the Ancient Order in Louisville Not a division has decreased in mem bership and all have increased their financial standing Division 2 of Syracuse has free drawings to increase tho attendance For the next mooting thorn will bean entertainment after which sup per will be served Division 2 will be the first to wee t In December next Friday night As the business wilt be of unusual 1m portan e President Fprd would Ilk to see every member present County President Maurice Don nelly presided and the Ladles Auxiliary Tendered a fine mualcal pro gramme at the Manchester martyrs memorial meeting at Indianapolis Division 20f San Francisco do StnatedJosephs Orphan Asylum of that city who were recently distressed who the structure was destroyed by fire Tho feature of a recent Joint meet ing of Divisions 1 and 2 of Norwich Conn was the presentation of tIL purse of gold to Rev William A Keefe transferred from that city tc Voluntown Members of Division 1 wlM be grati fied to learn that David Whalen hasI almost recovered from an illness of typhoid foyer that confined him this home on Eighteenth street for the past month Scarcely a night passes in Minne apolis and St Paul without a card party dancing party literary party or other entertalnnitant by either a division or auxiliary And they help build tip tine order The next mieeting of the Ladles Auxiliary will be unusually Interest ing dram the fact that tho election of officers to serve for the next two years will then be hold A large at tendance is looked for The Boston Hibernian predicts that Congressman James M Curle will make good in Washington He has been a member of the Ancient Or der for years and Is a constant at tendant at the meetings Division 4 meets Monday night and President Hennessy requests the pres encie of all members Several applit cations are expected and also a report from the committee arranging the social programme for the winter monthsBoston win soon have a Hibernian hall in every section Jamaica Plain Oharlestawn South Boston and East Boston have halls alt present and Roxbury and South End wilt erect fine mew buildings before the next winter comes around Approving the efforts of the Ancient Order to have Irish histor taught In parochial schools Arch bishop Messmer says that in his opinion no Catholic Is educated wh does not know tho struggle of Ire land for her faith and nationality Soma time ago tire Ancient Orde- of Australia Melded to raise the sum of one thousand pounds 5000 towards the completion of St Marys Cathedral Sydney N S W The money will be presented to Cardinal1 Moran Archblefodp of SydneY o tho celebration of His Eminence- Cardlnalatial silver Jubilee The Cardinal has addressed a letter of congratulation and thanks to the Hibernians Y iL I Appointments Announced I by Grand President Laws Grand President George Lawo has announced his appointments for the Kentucky jurisdiction In which Louisville was given marked recog nition For District Deputy he named George Lautz former Grand Secretary with jurisdiction extended to the entire State Councilman Ben Sand was appointed Council Deputy andwl11 enter upon his duties at once In a circular just issued by Grand Secretary Harbour is promulgated the appointment of the Committee on Laws and Supervision one of tho most Important In the order The members named are George J Louts and Hon Samuel J Robertson of Mackin Council and John L Cun Iffo of Trinity Council To this committee will be referred al pro posed changes In laws and matters upon which there Is a difference of opinion between councils Secretary Barbour reports tho councils to hiss jurisdiction in excellent condition and states that with the beginning of the new year two more will be organized The present Grand officers are making an earnest effort to make a record chat will surpass that of their predeces sors and stand for years to come YOUNG LIFE ENDED Sunday evening tho grim reaper called from thda life Walter F Craw ley the sixteenyearold son of John j ThlrIteeothness of peritonitis The sad mews was a great shock to this many friends and relatives who feel the moat sincere sympathy for the be reaved family Besides nig parents eight brothers and sisters survive The funeral took place from theI Cathedral and was largely attended i J FOOTBALL VICTIM I Merlin Hogan eon cf Police Capt Michael UensUmeNd serloiw Injuries in a fooUjaH amfe tattt Staiur dey Young Bbgwv Ito attending t1Nary s CoWegoi at Lebanon and is a member of towel V football tsuno 7 D n r rc j SOCIETY IllCTtM A p I1- DIVISION 1 feetr at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P Lawler Financial SecretaryThos J Dolan 2129 Portland avenue TreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets Firat and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice PresidentRaymond Barrett Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial Secretary Jno J Keaney 1G07 Dumesnil street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur phySentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresIdentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J Uevens Financial Secretary John G Hes slon 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArmsJames P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets MondaysBertrand President John H Hennessy LynchFinancialLair OakoAssistant Financial Secretary D J R illy- Recording Secretary John J WlnnTreasurerIlarry Brady CallaghanOutside SentinelMichael MoDer nott YO X I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Icets Monday Evenings at Club Ityuse 344 North Twentysixth KenneyFIrst AyCasperVice President Thoma I BachmanRecording Secretary Robert Os borne Corresponding Secretary William 0 Link Financial Secretary Frank Q odnmsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalJoseph Bartsch Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart connected with that destitution The accident occurred during a mass play and when the scrimmage was over the youthVjgas found uncon scious When removed from the field a physician found that ho had andyleg His condition was such that he could not be brought to his homo ato tended in the college infirmary MARYSrIlhursday morning in the presence marI riage of Walter J Cusick and Miss 1Anna Fetlhoelter was solemnized with Western thesprettiest and most Interesting of the Thanksgiving weddings the bride and groom being widely known and prominent in Catholic societycircles- The congratulations of a host of friends are extended them- MAOAULEYs A week of musical comedy Is scheduled for Macauleys Theater beginning Monday night when The Girl of My Dreams will como from its long and successful run in Chi cago Johnny Hyams and Leila Mc Intyre head the clever company Several song hits and an attractive chorus are among the features HOPKINS THEATEH Hopkins Theater will have en tirely new bills for next week which will include genuine novelty and headline features Among them will be clever singing turns and musical duets by tho best vaudeville talent and a run of excellent motion pic tures A complete change of pro gramme will take place on Thursday AVENUE THEATER As the Sun Wont Down which last year enjoyed a successful tour of forty weeks will be next weeks offering at the Avenue Theater It Is credited with being a play of Powerful Interest with comedy In terspersed and a decided Drete Harts atmosphere The company is headed by Esther Williams and the produc tion will be elaborate and complete MASONIC Tim Murphy always popular In Louisville opens Monday night at Masonic Theater for four per formances In Mr Opp a role ex actly suited to him The scene of the play is laid In a little Kentucky town on the banks of the Ohio and jit shows Mr Opp as the editor of the Opp Bugle always striving to do rood with a pathetic chivalry that equals the undaunted optimism of tire Wises j CASINO ORPID3UM For next week ithe Casino and Onphoura have arranged the beet pro gramme of mo lngplctUre ever shown ta th1scltYThey are all first run films amid the scenes pre MIlted will be brought out with mar eloua photographic effect The comedy oxloturea will cause many he arty llutiadd materially to the attract vaiMM of the programme lhilfe will to MMittraalAVMluiwd song and change n rprgratuawL IRELAND Record of the nest Important oi the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Hugh Maglnn was bloete librarian of the Cahorclvocn Car nogle Library There we o five can dldates John Nugent auctioneer of Keady at Armagh Quarter Sessions sued the Keady Urban Council for dam ages and was awarded ono ehllllng At both masses In Cavan recently II letter was road from Most Rev Dr t Inegan denouncing boxing contests as an Irreligious and demoralizing Practice1 The death occurred at his res Idence In Enmlscorthy of John Byrne aged eightyseven Decease was a prominent figure In the life Or the town Thirty cattle tho property of Mrs Langhan of Foxford wore driver bff her lands at Bohola and the police had much difficulty In recov ering them MurphyOspenttheborn at Tuam In 1825 Scutched flax In the Coleralnc market has reached the record price of 2242 per cwt This figure is stated to be the highest recorded for over thirty years A third case of typhus fever has occurred in a family at Cloosh tour miles from Klnvara The people ol panlfearlngthealease The death of John Troacy Na tional teacher Toomovara Is a loss to tho cause of the Irish language In North Tipperary He was the soul of every Gaelic League activity Five shots were tflrod at Thomas Kearln a farmer of Kllfonora County Clare but he escaped Injury No arrests have been made TWO houses have been fired Into In North ClareIn Brookfield weaving factory at Banbridge a young worker named Hannah Johnston had her left arm caught In the machinery the limb being so shockingly mangled that It had to be amputated The death has occurred of the Very Rev Canon Sisk Ballymacoda Diocese of Cloyne County Cork For many years he was curate at Queens town where his zeal on behalf of his parishioners endeared him to his flock Out of five candidates E Mc Sweeney was elected librarian of tho now Carnegie Library Kilkenny The new librarian Is an exMayor of tho city but has not been a member of the Corporation for the past two or three years At a special court In Drogheda Patrick F Collier has been sen tenced to two months Imprisonment In default of finding ball for driving two cattle off a grazing farm be longing to a man named Mullen near ClogherheadIn Convent at Bandon Miss Annie Murphy of I ale and Miss Madge Ryan of County Tipperary wore received Into the order taking the name sot Sister Mary Josephine and Sister Mary Gertrude respectively- At Skibberreen Quarter Sessions over one hundred and fifty eject ments were obtained against the ten antry on the LoighWhlto estate Oastlodown The sums varied from 100 to 20 All proceedings had to be posted up at the Courthouse as the process server swore he could not go near the district Two fire fatalities have ocoured In Portaferry and Its Vicinity The victim in the first caso was a woman named Mrs Alice Hillen aged about sixty who kept a small shop and lived alone The second case oc curred at iBallysalget National School a little girl named Mc Namara getting behind a tire ecreon in a classroom and having her clothes ignited INITIATION At Trinity Council YMI Next Monday Even ing TTrinity Council Y M I held a well attended meeting Monday even ting at which several applications were received Fred Jenneweln wile was on tho sick list was reported Improving The euchre committee made a partial report of their last euchre showing a neat profit on the venture Trinity will hold a large initiation next Monday November 28 and on tho following Monday December 6 will nominate and elect officers for tine year 1911 Tho Entertainment Committee reported that before tho close of the present year another grosses Gastmahl would be held for the members and expect that it will meet with as much favor as the one given last year CORDIAL WELCOME Officers and members of Branch 4 of too Catholic knights and Ladles numI and a to Inspector John B Stickler The branch was found in excellent con dition and was complimented for the interest the members tako In the order Mr Sticklers address was very encouraging and was well received Other speakers were Attor ney Newton Q Rogers and Peter Richards of New Albany Following the regular order of business an hour was devoted to social pleasure when an abundance of refreshments were served The lemening was one at the most ejnoyable and doubtless 111be followed by others of like character NICE GIFT The people of St Patrick parish jtoj t n- a RIGHT NOW11Let us fit your feet into a pair of the newest and niftiest articles of footwear ever brought to Louisville WEAR WALKOVERS Buttons Tans in both Mens and Ladies lines now Icomplete Make a mental note of this and let your I next pair be WalkOvers WALKOVER BOOT SHOP FOUfcTH 309 AVE JIII Forr Your Furniturei Wants I WANT YOUR 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