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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o t o aJ 4 fS 1 J J t1 11tt i Trtt I l- ras oar VOLUME XXVIINO c12 = LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 231 1911PRW PIVE WELL DONE Brother Stephen Passes Peace fully Away Alter Long nn Useful Lite Made Happy Before Death Benediction From Holy TFather A Was the Virtual Founder of Famed St Xoviers College Ib1 HERE OVER HALF A GEN boysthroughthe thousands were numbereloved though not surprised Tuesday they learned that Brother Stop aged eightyseven years and the o member of the Xavarlan Brotherhoodl In the world virtual founder of andopeorder in this country died of the in firmities of age at his room at the college on Broadway near SecondI His Illness dated back to last June j when he was prostrated by the heat Five weeks ago his condition became so serious that he was forced to relinquish his duties as Secretary and Treasurer of the college Brother Stephen received the benediction of Pope Pius Thursday from Mgr Dlo mede Falconlo upon the occasion of latters visit to the college He JAe expressed the wish that ho the Papal blessing from apostolic delegate before death Brother Stephen had been in Louis villa fiftyfour years of the the fifty= six years he bad spent in this country He was born April 6 1825 at Atten dorn near Muenster Westphalia Ger 1 many He went to Muenster earlyFirstI life after having been graduatedInfirI f high school and the trade of a tailor concety plan for the betterment of young men a prey to the allurements of tho city He associated himself with others in the work organizing what la now known as the Koplng Institute similar to the Young Mens Institute in America Soon the society ex tended throughout the German Em In pire and to other European c tries Brother Stephen his wor compllshed withdrew from the and Fattier Hoping tor whom it was named too charge the At the age of twentythree years Brother Stephen or Adolph Sommers resolved to join the Xavarian Brother hood which had been founded nine years before at Bruges Belgium by Theodore Ryken He was admitted to the order December 8 1848 Pre vloua to his extranco he continued to work as a tailor He came America in 1856 after having per fected himself in the English lang I In England However the brother at hood was undergoing a financial the crisis and soon afterward the brothers the In America were recalled to Europe in Brother Stephen with Brother Francis decided to remain in this aven country to fight the battle and in at few years their efforts wore lewarded thE Upon coming to Louisville Brother and Stephen was Installed at St Patricks were school but the following year became a teacher at the school of the Ch of Our Lady of the Immaculate ception Eighth and Grayson str where he remained for a number years He was appointed novice master of a novitiate established here In 11860 when a colony of brothers came to this country from Eur He y ent to St Marys Indus subsequentlyhwtame a member of the faculty of St Xaviers Institute now St Xaviers night College In 1898 Brother Step celebrated the fiftieth annlvorsar- his entrance into the congregation St Xavier at the time being one of Jno in the world who had 1spentfifty years of their lives in work of the order Brother Stephen ntu ofXavfersd St J Its virtual founder Until fifteen years drawn0150 he held the chair of German at j the college at that time beco Secretary and Treasurer Among hisbenefit pupils at St Xaviers and at school at Eighth and ShannreresickclergythBrotherI thousands of pupils and graduates Xavlers glvelwithIngtvancedsummer ho possessed unusual vitality calve Thommemory andThe9 oclock Wednesday morning w a reaulenv high mass was solemnized vltat s 0nclatedbeThomeenllvFatherand the Rev Father George W Schubmann as master of ceremonies Michael nof the participants in the mass others were pupils of Brother Stephen and Members of the Xaverlan Brother hood attached to St Xaviers College acted as pallbearers the burial being In Si Louis cemetery Brother Isidore of Baltimore Provincial the Xaverian Brothers and many clergy and former pupils attended the funeral dedlc roNbn FOrt COL COWAN thELotNl11t f Col Andrew Cowan were elated nry wfaea the tntlllpne was fed bt tie Soeiity 6t the Army U Il5 4 H of the Potomac at Its annual reun at Providence R I had elected hN Pres Uniersold lull war his skill and bravery winning for him promotion m hasden all soldiers and mareejokedhonorshould byBUSY DAYS Papal Delegate Visits Several Locali Catholic institution nloAed o States spent two busy days in Louis Wnshiugrfday wasTURYRev met Father Francis nccopantedtheBIshopsIe morning Mgr Falconlo went Xaviers College While there toThstowed thehenllvered thelestt that E perStI also made a short talk At noon theIApostolic Delegate was the guest of honor at a banquet given at thecollege Accompanied by BishopeODonaghue and several priests Mgr Falconlo went to the Sacred HeartAcademy The trip was made in an automobile and after going over the Institution the Papal delegate returned to Bishop ODonaghues housedBishop C P Maes of Covington whoeI returned from Bardstown with M Falconla left Louisville in the fterSnoon for Covington T- Monsfgnor Falcojiio celebrated his privatete we theRevRev Father Francis Felton the Rev RevJameshebegantable institutions and hospitals the party went to St Josephs gingDemthe Sisters in charge and priests of the Louisville diocese Next St Helenas Home adjoining the iIn flrmary was visited and then Mgr Falconlo wds taken to the Home for the Aged Poor in Tenth street The residents of the home were gathered the chapel where Mgr Falconlo give DunAskIrish r I Papal benediction was bestowed by St Papal delegateSJ I reIpleted aigriFhther Felten the pastor The last not etaIngtoPostthOIethe Bishops residence During I afternoon St Anthonys Hospital years Home of the Passlonlst Fathers of the Newburg road the Franciscan were Monastery Jackson street and Fehr regueBertrand 1104 South Sixth street Izens Home of the Dominican Fathers who Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for Inspectedcrai WORKCan pact State eetaGenerBenefits Gained by Memi bbershlpOrderopo Ion Judgetrialaspirabewith the largest attendance for William to It othershenJudgey tofePtshipr wouldtheFrank Kinney prayers were of from annad Immediately after a warrant was upon Treasurer Thomas Law dentmingh being next day the same bereavethed Thomsetsas on were reported still on the llist and orders were also drawn cjy eir benefits lean John J Barry and William J ofuniteda hearty welcome after recelv at St the obligation and will form part on large class that Trill soon re are the degrees of the order Capt Past as Dolan announced the names for the new degree team his remarks created a good feel albeni on to the meeting of Division 17 and all were requested Marl there The proceedings war by talks by Thomas Ta aldlnlCusickCollins Thomas Lawler and couple who encouraged the officers honey predicted a great growth i iin th4jublieenmcn FOR COLORED J13Rockted St Bartholpmewfl church termsbulldJnpIio1inger end IDs con IIxTJ1IllWer1 ve lo1lPI I n- tUt J ionPOliTICS Eopublicnn Campaigners LlpereDay by Day I Realize That This a Demo ic Year Over fife Country J Judge OItear Is Loft to ilrunt pt Hopeless Tasks MDERHOTT MAKING 1MPRES whicbecrats are pursuing campaign under the leadership of Gov r Creary and Edward J McDermott has enthused eevry Democrat 1 State and victory In Kentucky the nation Is now the battle ereEvery Democratic voter should member that he casts a vote year that will not only elect a but will 111akQposslble telecti FausonJudge ORear is vainly trying to keep these national questions out o campaign but the voters thorns ves want them answered and it will not for the Republican leader to the Issue Tho Republicans ingrwhile the Democrats have shoul banderI I only redeem Kentucky this year I will lay the foundation for sue cess in the nation next year E ABA convincing proof that the J Republicans are seeing the hand writing on the wall notice the weak attempts at campaigning they are putting forth Day by day they are dropping from the firing line leaving E1heocratic year and there anu EJOllieUnitedstatesneVarhadstrangerplatformVery ntocltizeheartyfor a national victory next rear C predicted by the Kentucky American our own Edward J tfcDermottlilaTroyihgaTevelatlonon ump and the people throughout tate are learning what the locali e alwayd have known that he one of the most eloquent forceful speakers In the South ni ifi elected as Lieutenant Gover will be a credit and honor to Realizing that they had gott arguMrm ing Pr is now gloating over the fact he was beaten in his race Congress by Judge Evans seven ago falling to state that s the Posts present A P A a guilty of an underhanded campaign which has been a sourceWII ret to some of our leading clt he and Protestant ministers staco1inow appreciate Mr McDermott busy his true worth members of the local DemothE pleasedthe with oxPresi 1tee to roll up a big majority for the and local ticket the present al Council being sure of an In the lorsement by the public they con In a great measure toIIhave Heads splendid admlnlstra their Concerning the nomination for of the Chancery branch Firstilvlslon James Quarles is the only givenhethe suggestion of the Post and who wish an Indorseemnt for I BIngham for reelection tuation was reversed ahd ItiI lican party reasonably our Bingham and his inf Georgtheir 110tsttweevesa coat of too many solo hsra toonEILINGoldest Their many friends throughout the will he pleasantly surprised that Miss In agogin the holy bonds of wedlock I Boniface church at 9 oc the morning of October 18 Both well known and for several yearr with have been prominent figures REchardTlebrantprlnmyatte1dTyporas maid of honor After theng festivities the worthy will leave tor as East ors moon After out3fir new and elegant home Ins Court mot brothEand andther Martin S Brennan 8 J l1uhtedatrampcomet a real pubHclty seeker a ibe oeto the asked eye juit to the aed Rest of tht star CUubt1n ito omUmw k 1HUdragon TM ham J wuch panu n 1t larger than that of Halleys comet or notedBentity are unknown according to the astronomeriVho pearoncefreak formations of fiery nebulous Deter afterethohoursI GOOn START cratLarFor dazA Fund of the + Catholic Womans fjiub CarBoarworkers for the Catholic Womans forfquratLfederkranzsanebyturnsbin omblnaION I InbankwlpIngh amounts to 11000 T41 clube lowi HolyAtePondAliasn Stella WandD lforrisIip Meyer M Meyer Misses iLoulse + Rademaker Mary Tlerney Dora Schlldt glnational thisspirim non e Curran Loretto Tighe Lillian t LauraRaffo Rena Eckert Elizabeth Lanier Maymo S moan TjOlllHA and Katie tnen I McfrrisvldunlI MerDonogh Dan Lawler Lawrence Hackett and Leo Schulten vitationDr P S Ganz DohswanJndinMesdamesCnstantlq Rainey J Galvin E Tierney NambytWi9o1lerlliamath j J6ttes A Wbayne E KamptmumendH A Kamplmueller t andSchuhraannVihrler r Elizabeth SchulzwMSocie NetherlandyAnhabelle DuftJclForaaltenwald Virginia Ellet Ithotherfollowing fromeatn Mrs John ie Thompson Janorn R and Leona Raplerf l JQROW1NG I orndK and L of A BHolyI Receiving Appllca SIIIL cte to Branch 10 of the Catholic Knl and Ladles of America held an ghteized schooll oflRome and nttNItj byer Rev Fath An sacsforrReardonpresent1tgaining In membership had visited Branches 1 3addStateandiin the past week and each was pense receiving applications MrInJ Score announced that he would have spiritI members of the Central Commit as his guests on Thursday I dent Kast of the Central Comofmlttee stated that the Central ComQuery mittee In the future would meet oncan third ent atBertrandbeen urged to make a vlsf respective branches during fihethe priest coming month RECENT DEATHS and Mrs Anna Robben a pro Bishop member of St Boniface reetIevelIentmorning o0echildends se Henry and Herman Robstwo daughters Mrs Mary El D1cCloakoyy tune Tha funeral of Mrs Theresa App place from 5t Anthah ot which she was one of themembers last Sunday lla Apptowas andseventy nlne y coming to America when agirl Surviving her are onedaughter BoeLockdayiPeterwhom sho made her home f Hitlt 1LMonsiENT DEATHS e funeral of Martin Roehrl known and highly reapo er took place Monday mo andded the approved graphical Union with which he HolyWhiletamllyhomeFriday warning the Coroner gf blosTheRoohrigerstwo sisters rice Katie Geph Mrs TllHe Kraus ment COVINGTON willi1eTS J NataeieOnrauadiarvJeefleerKUnittfIne- I1 ingrosrI Great Interest Mnnllcfltetl the Congress to Be Het at Baltimorein I ge Attendance Is Exile at First Gathering oi Bl Society d dinal Gibbons and Ap oe Delegate Falconio Will Attend WILL CONTINUE TWO DAYS Since Right Rev Bishop Corrigan has Issued the programme for theIName Congress which meets t In Baltimore on October 16 I the correspondence of the Holy I Bureau shows that great inters being manifested In the coming I gathering of lay delegates tual directors both local diocesan Bishops and Archbfa Many societies at great dls thehDnnttheir members volunteering to I the expense of sending their splr 2 Itual director Other societies distant points are determined devise exiyIt same consoling faot so con recurring In Holy worknamely how responsive are If they receive ranklike proper encourageme lettoreenshosen the best qualified priests IdaMorriAdsinterest g the It Hbecause an spiritual director has no Inter reIOScorrespondatlngHolyI I that sorry effort be made to have and I was recomD1endthaitheyhave low thosebest1 Jutilinguth9Impotance ticeNameSocJetY7 I All Holy Name Societies are to send as many delegates as wish 4o the congress rally societies far distant from Baltimore can not send many So cieties In the Duoffasendties that bear the expense of ng delegates of course will delegates to be sent AHoly Name man In the U s who can himself boar the congressd J 1 ual directors with the dIocesan directors and Bishops and A 1 Bandcard I the congress It Js hoped that police local Holy Name director whola tlons wlthoqt great sacrifice be Ores at the congress will do Where this Is Impossible local directtI If they know any attending themdiocesaned Archbishops constitute the ecutive Board The Right ExRev volved Corrigan D D has directed ployes dlnest station hopeddiocesan that at the congress If this bepossible It Is reandpro appointedensBishops and Archbishops of 1 the lotion Societyandgaymeatern For railway was It especially op men to onvenethe congress w cletJtootNraysorth Cardinal to theandcon the Bis LopsLimerick Bearsalt reported GreDtoovertorCAseraon Mon morning at which His Eminence Mrs tJrmtMDelegnorgate Bright esteeArchbishopscongregoretedtut heavenly willrning lag I rowastom and vmeatternoonmonster charitiesName parade I WILL ImLPand Gvlagfrom the Pnsslonlst 1ltonast cry pathy wheretwo he day abrigchurch dardt mourning FatherAmbrosein the order will preach openlnssermqnThEJoseph COI4RESSsqeofthe most important sessions held by the Catholics of thed states will be the ca tociaatl paE l clergymen expected here for the con s there will be seven Archbishops thirt risers pItthere entertainedthatInbut this is not entirely assured esentihe tdo o very deepest side will occupy the assemblage The Right penis ODonaghue of Louisville will be one of the Bishops present tedSPLENDln Start Made by Division 3 MondayfolioNight Division 3 made a splendid for fall work Monday night the hall being thronged when President complimenting applicationwasthat not one member was tUldesick Lawrence J Mackey reported sickthe proceedings of the Catholic F Lion and John Heeslon made transNamomeetingat thatna1 which lend cheerfully granted OltyIPSTuesnce j man called attention to the go l Div1sbear I In iIts new hall at Sixth and N presentto in order 1 that tho Literary Committee have full sway for the amateur i arranged among the members toHolyBatneqratColeman Thomas Kennedy P Sullivan Joseph Lanahan Broderick William Hardman John Broderick ThomastolIcDonaldlIartinndlions of Irish reels arid step dawere given by John Mulloy Mullaney Mat Muldoon b Sheehan and James Horanrnntl tions were rendered Thomas Stevens James Jtioran Law react Mackey John Iiesston Si John Riley To cap all a big supply of flne cigars andhope was expressed that all will fatthe lead of DSvisiot 3 whichmoons many more members fo year + QUITWOUK l 11hemfrancthmemsapathy finRailroads A salemployesht IP and n resolution adopt of a general strike on the Southern GreatNortherncIaWlestern thInnuttilted orbregard the situation that nIl1 lethe TheefeofficiDealgulbeenIrishrchcon stabulary and the Dublin mounted are guarding the railway sta The questions of an increase wages or shorter hours does troublediIn this J ion The strike Is due to the refusal of the three railways to acbeen employeilthatconsignments of timber from firms In In disputes iwlth their em mo At Queenstown the whole staff with the exception of the well statlonmasten quit work and the f1 jj Corkp com usemimltteei SocietytheRailway Servants adopted a reso setting forth that unless theroaccompanies reinstate all the and cease penalizing tor refusal thehewill call additional strikes Tho continues to spread All trafficBritEngland has ceased There runonlyTuesday No violence is but troops are Southwestern LLED TO HER REWARD Edward T Bright wife of Police Captain Edward and one of the most lei members of St Ch- gation was called to her reward last Saturday m following an operation for Aityfor her many unostentatious Besides her husband she for haveODaisy Bright and two sons John Wo i eorge Bright all of Louisville rate there Is the greatest sym The funeral took place Mon morning from St Ohs which was thronged friends and relatives IrishAELE IritheInstallation of Right Rev Schrembs asiBishdp of Toledo InStMrlrwhtohbeen Hlrf1 ngalBle1iopMarKIirhomBlehoti hoeCinl WedllilliItll raL AWAKEi j Now Spirit ot Enter Perpthosv Infused Into Agrlcult Industries Within T Years What the Department ot culture Has Acconi startpushed HER ADVVNCE HAS BEEN Tho Dundalk Democrat IntifullthectedmngazlnSecFart says It illustrates John Bull wltfiM broodthohlsoutofdate methods his want of upto date scientific knowledge and of en adhernatalhisfenthodonannut breadstuffs and beet sugar bat for bacon endI andmight w beThistouresighvocalpayDIucontinuesD enTinnespastCharleswe owe a debt of gratitude to the men who founded the Deportment of Ag tbemenngactivitiesJohnmanytaulttlndersUn arowhileIrelandandbyfaults being a human institution But viewthereonly with tangible results but with themore progressive spirit Infused Into thathetowa production conditions bel JtaPPYaus11lcIthised and shaking off engendered of an evil eye land tenure which permitted hlatenantsonslovenlinessthereforelwnysigns that we shall have a harvest qf theGreatininghas been a marked advance In condition of rural Ireland sincedepartment commenced its workgreat bureau of which he Is the al mouthpiece has certainly and directed the newly awak agriculturalclnsseslnto alsotoen inThet hasbadnot the fault of the department An industrial upIngrowth so long as It Is growth the endurancerIrt it Js to have an optimist Ine post especiallyIn never cease to croak It Is the 8 who achieve things and others achieve them And when Secretary saysthatmostprosperousworld we think ho is not oxag Pbllitiesat oss1 landwerewaste the more intelligent Irish buthisHagagriculture ItselfIrIsheggshavethemarketthemillstoneIrJshfarmersangh1YonstiesthesameThomennergythosortused to go America and found great Indus enterprise there encouragedIreland and for their kind We progressed already In tht twelve of tho departments Twrlc o shall progress at nn accoleritMIn IreladslargelYcommltted awntlasl11withwarfareofand make laws for the b ni1tshmen v IJARIIN9BUItGa and Drp John W Kea6dr ot f lnsburg have announced the eDtof their dattghteriasret X0nBdjr to Prerton Jac= Tho marriilre will dak plare daT mgrtr October 19 to RoiWMiJd e ouchtJ TTT IIAT 1 UuIuJi C IH ii O N IGKV IRISH flMERKp CaiIlGnCBIUyIndorsed1 IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COtucnrporated Publishers I flON PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc floured at the LouUyllU PortoHIc a SecoodCltJJ riatUr nmail iiu to the KENTUCWf IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qfttn St UNIDN TRADES hAe- flILLE COUNCIL KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1911 OCRATIC STATE TICKET r United States Senator OLLIE M JAMES of Crlttendon For Governor JAME3 B MCREARY of Madison For Lieutenant Governor DWARD J MDERMOTT of Jefferson For State Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA of Logan For Auditor HENRY BOSWORTH- ot Fayette For Attorney General JAMES GARNETT of Adair 1Alor Secretary of State C F ORECELIUS 1 l of Pendleton + a ari Superintendent of Public In Btruotloin4 IHkMLETTIW J W NEWMAN of Woodford I For Clerk of Court of Appeals RL QREBNE of Bracken i MANY HAPPY RETURNS We can only add our indorsementt to the following that appeared fInII the Louisville Herald of Tuesday morning His Excellency the Most Rev Dlomedo Falconlo Apostolic Delegate Is celebrating his sixtyninthII thday in Washington today Al ugh born In Italy his half century f labor In our country along educa onal and missionary lines has so identified him with things America- that he seems one of us Everyone loves Dlomede Falconlo and hes a mighty useful citizen for he Is a naturalized American A health t- His Excelelncy HONORED OATHOLIO The death at Washington of former United States Senator Thomas Henry Carter of Montana removed from public life a figure for many years a notable and picturesque character In national politics once Chairman of thev Republican National Committee and since last year Chairman of the American section of the International Commission Senator Carter was a o practical Catholic and bad a re markable career It extended over twentytwo years of Congressional and official life at Washington This 4 embraced ervice as the first Representative elected from Montana two terms in the United States Senate and executive positions as CommlS sloner of the General Land Office NationalCommittee cessful campaign of Benjamin Harrison for the Presidency Prest dent of the Board of United States Commissioners for the Louisiana j Purchase Exposition at St Louis and since last March Chairman of the newly created International Joint i Commission American Section especially oharged with Canadian boundary matters Never was there a charge brought against him by his death the country loses aIjI forhisTRAINING THAT TELLS yearsoldthoughtWhyjobnt citizen favors the fostering of jS thereforeI 1pu11 judgmenttl AJtlmuJ6nt I masterltbel Iy will Thejr euljjwt LMwUl to the i teachlnw of th Ir natural moral c t betterwayis no place for pabus bprolet untrained children maC y4utfc and IpowerI that the rightly reared normal boy will not become a drunkard under any form of State Jaw After all It Is the training of the child that tells You can train a horse to waltz If you have tho patience the tact and the kindness It is as sure as the sun in the hbaven that two good and tactful parents willing to keep in finite watch against wrong ideas and to take infinite trouble to Impart right onescan train a normal boy or girl beginning about the fourth year so that absolute abhorrence of the irinklng habit is established Tho fact remains that this Is being done and the result is the countless host of the American people who never were never will be Intem perate And with the growth of morality the number of conscientious parents increases There really Is no patent process for making men good There Is no wholesale cure for any vice or weakness HELPING TIlE PRISONER In his address dellvereQ at the conference of the American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology Gov Foss recommended important changes in prison life Ho would abolish city prisons with their dark cheerless interiors and would build future houses of correction In the country whore ithe sun and wind can get in and where all men who do not forfeit that right can work In the open fields He further de clares in favor of giving a value to the prisoners labor and Jt he earns a profit let it be devoted to the needs of their families or to their own welfare Commenting on the foregoing the Providence Visitor says the Gover nors recommendations are worthyt of consideration They are sane andI I opportunityto I I and In future prospects while they I do not necessarily deprive the law of Its sanction Prison life can very I well be corrective as well as punitive It net not bo deemed a necessary punishment to break down the health of the unfortunates it ought to be possible while exercising t andnpreserve their health It Is not altoII gether sentimental ito see something I pitiable dn the prisoners plight The societyoshuts him out every mans hand is against him His term over he comes out disheartened broken Iin spirit He knows he bas littleIto I hope for from society and he turns against It more and more until heI arrives at that almost hopeless statethe hardened criminal I I A serious objection however to the many proposed plans for prison reform Is found in the danger of sinning by an excess of kindness IfII prisons were made according to expressed wishes of some I they would cease to bea deterrent force against crime Whatever ohanges are made should be the out come of sane and sober judgment and not the result of Impulsive sentiment a CONCERNING SYNDICATES I i A syndicate says one of our ex changes may be a spirit of health or goblin damnd When it is got up to raise and maintain the price of Brazil coffee of which so much Is consumed in this country It Is the1 latter Congressmen denounce it demand that it be Investigated and the enormities of the American participants exposed But a French English syndicate organized for the purpose of financing the cotton crop of the Southto enable the pro ducers to warehouse their cotton and keep it off the market until manufacturers I shall be compelled to pay for it a price satisfactory toythe producersIs welcomed as a spirit of health The men who rail at the syndicates which boosted the price of coffee to help out the Brazilian producers will take this cotton syndicate to their hearts Prom which I It appears that there are benevolent asrwellasmallgnantsyndl ates To distinguish between them find out who is benefited f 1From SanJoseCal comes the distressing news that the Rev Thomas Ewing Sherman S3 son ShfjrmanllnsJ lasane on Wednesday For many years part Fattier 8hrmaa has been an indefatigable woJkrJid only 1 to this can be attributed ldiloeisl of mind whicht all will hope may hi- ped1i1 re4or d rs pweM trader J J r martial law Tuesday This act resulted that the Government might deal promptly with the revolutionary agitation now fermenting An the cities and Industrial districts where plans destructive In character are being furthered by Socialists under the cover et workingmens strikes The Socialists are tho worst enemy the working people have yet had to contend with AUSPICIOUS Division 2 A O H Takes Possession of New Home Division 2 A O H took posses sion of Its new quarters In the Odd Fellow Temple building Sixth and Walnut on Wednesday night and made the occasion a happy one Be sides a large attendance of members presentIresidentthe Coleman Sergeant John Maloney John Hession Patrick T Sullivan Thomas Stevens President Con Ford happymannerthe hospitality that would be dis pensed by Messrs James Welsh Oharles Obst and John Hellon who seasonable dent P T Sullivan was called upon and in responding for the visitors expressed interest In the welfare of Division 2 recalling the work of that body twentyfive years ago when it was the largest in the city He advocated the annual parade and pre dicted that the next move would be Into a building owned by the order Others who were called upon wereI President Coleman William M Higgins John Maloney John Hession and Secretary William T Meehan who felt encouraged and appreciatedl the presence of so many An Jnvlta tlon was accepted to the initiation oftt tI Division 3 and an order was drawn for the benefit of Patrick Cunning ham who was reported sick With vocal and instrumental music IrishI dances by Martin Sheehan and John11 Maloney and several excellent recita tions the Hibernians declared theyr had enjoyed a real Irish night MANY PRESENT Enthusiastic Meeting o the Catholic Convert League The general meeting of the Cath olic Convert League held Thursday evening at the Knights of Columbui s hall was well attended From the reports of the various committees5 the necessity of an organization oft this nature is unquestionable Several important questions of interest to Catholics and the welfare of theI Catholic church were carefully discussed One of the most Important was the arrangement of a series oft public lectures to be delivered InI this city in some public hall or theater during the approaching win tor A committee consisting otlt Messrs Frank A Goher ThomasI Behan and John A Casslly was ap pointed to make the necessary In vestigations and report to the Ex ecutive Committee of the league Concerning ithe distribution of Catholic literature the committee de sires to announce that If the nameI and address of anyone seeking Cath olic newspapers or magazines beI forwarded to the Secretary of the league Dr D J OConnor 2407 West Chestnut street they will b I promptly supplied The committe- also I requests that Catholics shallI forward to the Knights of ColumbuI anIUteraturey c magazines newspapers or books that they would desire to have dis tributed WON ALL Papal Delegate at Mother House of Sisters of Loretto His Excellency the Most Reverend FalI Wednesday of last week accom panied by Right Rev Bishop Maes of CovIngton and Rev C J OCon nell of Bardstown After the mass Thursday morning Monsignor Fal conlo spent several pleasant hours at this historic spot so intimately associated with tho history of the Catholic church In Kentucky And here as everywhere else hp won all to him by a kindly word to everyI one The great churchman I the grave of Father Nerlnckx the newly erected Via Matrio Dolorosea the Sisters in the convent the novitiate and the academy and seemed agreeably surprised at what he saw The impression the made I marked his visit as a red letter day upon the hearta of all who met him but especially the happy school girls who were privileged to receive holy communion from his handsII I NOT ILL The many friends of the Rev JJI1 Coniff pastor of the Church of Our Lkdyln Portland were deeply grieved when they read In the dally papers that he was seriously 111 and eyesightWe10 foundation for the foregoing I DELAYS TOTS RETURN I Patrick J Litonot Seventeenth and Dumesnll streets who hY been spending the summer visiting hrs relatives and boyhood home in Ire land da expected to Teach Louisville next week Mr LMpni had intended toII zest week butso great WM the lJl1mberrMirnlng that toe wa- snable to MCUNJ PMMIN via the- White Star linej and was therefore 4IfIa1YmW11Itb 0 dJMp ointment of a number of his rlddda who sr waiting 4osiT hlmra hearty weJaomd borne f fit I SOCIETY jAAAWjfS Miss Bcezle Hannan has returned from a two months trip to Europe Miss Ella A Scally Is visiting In Chicago as the guest of Mr and Mrs I Field Miss Margaret Flaherty and sis ter have returned from an extended trip to Europe MrsJ D Gasper spent last week In Tlpton Ind visiting Mrs George Frlsy and family Miss Myrtle Carlton of Sonora visited her sister Mrs Raymond Dunn the past week Mrs John Meagher had as her guest during the past week Miss Mary Meagher of Frankfort Mr and Mrs Frank Maguire of South Louisville have been spending a week with friends In Cincinnati Misses Alice Bowman and Anna Metllnghavo returned from a visit to Mrs Lee Bowman at Nicholas ville Mrs T B McCabe of Crescent Hill has returned from a visit to relatives in Buffalo and Western New York Miss Adah Carr of CovIngton was a visitor to the State Fair and the guest of Mrs P B Thompson while here Miss Bessie Hensel of Jefferson vlllo loft last week for Terre Haute whore she has entered St Marys of the Woods Mrs E B Miller and daughter Margaret of Central City were hereto visit the State Fair and Mrs FItzgibbons I Miss SalHe Kelly of New Castle ball been spending a week here visit ling Miss Mayme Hawkins 116 East Gray street Miss Agnes Murray of Kosmos dale has boon entertaining as her I guest Miss Ellen Kennedy of Pleas ure Ridge Park I Martin Moran of Oklahoma has been spending the past week visiting yfI his formerQlomeMr A Blandford 159 guestItheford of Springfield I I IMiss Brldgle Lynch who was here to attend the State Fair and visit her brother Thomas Lynch has re turned to West Point l lMiss Maggie Judge accompanied Miss Georgia Kean to New York last week Miss Kean will spend the year In school at Manhattanvllle I t The wedding of Miss Katherine Corso to Carl Bedalamentl will take place Wednesday October 18 at the Cathedral of the Assumption Russell Kehoe and Miss Stella Kehoe who spent the summer with their parents in Jeffersonville have returned to Hanover College I Mr and Mrs Darwin Johnson and daughters will close Marthas Vine yard at Pewee Valley on October 1 when they will come to the city for the winter IIIJohn J Lubbers the well known maneCovingtonewhere he was attending the convention of Hotel and Cafe Mens Associa tlonIMiss LIllie Bickett of Raywlck and her sister Mrs R D Cummins of Chicago Ky have Just returned home after a ton days visit here as the guests of Mr and Mrs John C Graves I IMissI Nellie Green was given a surprise party at the residence of her brother John T Green 1043 Seventh street last Tuesday evening Vocal and Instrumental solos were the feature of the evening Among the State Fair week vis itors were Mrs James Costigan and Mr and Mrs A Clay Costigan of Elkhorn who were the guests of Mr and Mrs H M Rowlett at Mead owbrook Louis Hblzknecht and bride who was Miss Anna Stevens have gone to housekeeping at Preston and St i Catherine They were married last I week by the Rev Father Connlff at the Church of Our Lady Mrs Peter Madden of Jefferson vllle loft Monday night for Johnstown Pa where the was called by the death of her brother Dennis Roche Mrs Madden was accom panied by her son John Madden A George Robinson Jr arrived here from babyland Wednesday even tag but will reside In Ohio where the parents now make their home Before her marriage SIrs Robinson was Miss Anna V Carroll of this city 1Miss Leona ODonnell daughter of lames ODonnell of Frankfort has accbPted a position with tho Ken tacky Warehouse and Distilleries Company in this city She will re side with her sister Mrs James Sower IMI e Durrett Oglesby of Pres tonl accompanied by Misses Mar garet and Mary Sullivan of South Louisville left last week for St Martine OWo where they will at tend the school of the Ursullne Sisters Mrs J X Caiae of 1204 West BroadwaY Gru returned from a pro acted visit to frfcnds and relatives at Evansville and Kaaaea City at rfeioh 1e81i wile Joined by her usband JJ Cla of the Louis YNq A HewUrnon raUiwkd KiM HlaJ din sod Dr P Leo j r NEW LOUISVILLEi JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN Eighteen Days Racing St Leger Handicap Sept 25 Golden Rod Stakes Sept 28 SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 215 OCLOCK uo Kearns were quietly married Tuesdaj eevning at the Passlonlst Retreat the Immediate families only being present on account of the death of the brides father Jacob Gast which occurred recently Both are popular In Catholic circles and have many wishes for health and prosperity The marriage of Miss Margaret Fitzgerald and Cornelius White both of whom have a wide circle of friends and acquaintances was quietly solemnized on Monday after noon at 4 oclock at St Bridgets church Rev Father Jansen per forming the ceremony Miss Nell Brown and James Fitzgerald were the attendants Immediately after the ceremony the bride and groom left for a short trip East and on their return will be at home at Baxter and Ellison avenu- eTHOUSANDS Will Work Por the Bazar Por St Boniface Church The Jubilee bazar with which the people of St Boniface church will celebrate the diamond Jubilee of thE founding of their parish has as sumed monster proportions Off cers of the bazar are Frank A Ocher Chairman Fred Schwenker Vice Chairman Joseph Gottbrath treasurer and Joseph Schlldt Secretary Fully 1000 members Of the congregation have been assignee to the various committees who have selected their Chairmen as follows Executive Frank A Geher Finance Joseph Gottbrath Combination Books Very Rev Richard Wurth 0 F M Invitation Rev Linus Braun O F M Press J Henry Meyer Door Henry Schoo Jr Refreshments Joseph F Blocker and T W Horstman Country Store Moritz Heer Restaurant Clemens fVlegand Doll Booth Amos F Dlsoher Box Booth Henry Emhoff Linen Booth Henry Bosse Novelty Booth H A Brinkhaus Ice Cream Henry Michael Player Piano Rev Anus Braun 0 F M Programme B J Geher Entertainment Prof Anthony Mohlengraft Reception John E Simon Confectionery Jo seph Schildt Wheel of Fortune John M Christ Order Urban Sten gel Floor Joseph Otto Music An drew Ludwig Candy Wheel John Bittel Decoration A H Huken beck Raffle Joseph A Ludwig Booths John Tobe At a meeting held last night all the committees were reported working with great enthusiasm and fervor- OCTOBER WEDDING engagementlottoday to their many friends Their marriage will be solemnized with ia nuptial mass at St Marys church on Tuesday morning October 10 and after an extended tripIto Niagara Falls and the principal Eastern cities they will reside at 630 West BrecklnrJdge street The bride elect is a sister of Ferd Lutz and her sweet mannered and charming personage have won for her a wIde circle of admirers Martin Gavin Is1 widely known and respected throughout the city Through his business ability and integrity he has amassed a mice competency which maylongonjoyLIKES OLD TOWN Dennis EnrIght a former well known resident of Louisville but for many years past stationed in St Louis With the C C Mengel Com pany has been spending two weeks here as the guest of John J Barry vWt1ngIrlendsTo many he expressed surprise at haGImadecity from end to end and before saidAbeImprovement there than could be seen In the Missouri metropolis DAMAGED BY LIGHTNING The Church of the Immaculate Conception at Lagrange was struck by lightning during the tecfrkil storm of Sunday and badly damaged The bolt struck the large cross on the steeple running down to the small cross above the door and al most completely demolished the east side of the vestibule It then ran across the building proper down a corner to the ground and many windows were broken and the plastering and frescoing fell Rev Edward justbroughtALTAR SOCIETY EUCHRE For the purpose of aiding the fund being raised to place a window In the Cathedral dedicated to the Altar So nextWednesdayevenIngSeptember Mrs John C Graves 862 Fifth street the afternoon gamostobec- allod at 3 oclock and in the evening prizeswillsumwlU probably be raised for this worthy cause DIPROVING Patrolman Edward St vena of the Pourta police dfcWet and John Me MVHeftmare reported Improvingi- jjr r I KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Font Wayne Council last week v ted200 for the new addition to St Josephs Hospital II The council at Cortland N Y has filed articles of incorporation with the Secretary of State I Toledo Council expects to turn out 1000 strong in the procession to welcome Bishop Schrembs I The Louisiana State Council has pledged Archbishop Blenk 10000 for the diocesan seminary Tho Knights of Idaho have presented a statue of St John In heroic size to the new St Johns Cathedral at Boise With the Indianapolis Home Association entirely out of debt the receipts from now on will go to the erection of the proposed big build ingMilwaukee Knights will initiate a class of 200 October 5 The same number will receive ithe second and I third degrees on Landing day Oc tober 12 FALL MEET Classiest Horses In Amer- Ica Now at Churchill Downs With the fleetest and classiest racers in America entered In the stake events of tho Churchill Downs eighteenday MondayItthe greatest fall season of racing ever known to these parts is In prospect The feature on the opening day will be the St Leger Handicap for two yearolds and upward 1000 added at a mile and onesixteenth The Gold rr Rod Stakes for twoyearolds 1000 added at six furlongs will be run on Thursday September 28 On Saturday September 30 the Falls City Handicap for threeyear II oneIThursday October 6 the Cherokee I Stakes will be run This Is for three yearolds and upward 1000 added at one mile and twenty yards Satur day October 7 will be run the most r valuable race of t911the Kentucky I threeyearoldsILouisville Racing Association and a told cup worth 1000 donated by the Kentucky Racing Commission The distance is four miles The Shawnee Handicap for two yearolds 1000 added at six fur longs will be run on October 14 The Iroquois Handicap for twoyearolds 1000 added at six furlongs will be run on October IK With practically every turf star on this continent eligible for these events it Js certain that the keenest Interest prevails among turf fol lowers throughout the length and breadth of this country and that when the curtain goes up here all admirers of the thoroughbred will be watching INCORPORATED The St Lawrence Institute on East College street which has done much for working boys during the past three years filed articles of incorporation with County Clerk Pres Rayon Tuesday St Law I IsIacapital stock and therefore the debt I limit was placed at 10000 Tho articles of Incorporation were signed by Rev James Po Cronin V G Rev George W Sohuhmann Rev Patrick Walsh and several others ALUMNAE REUNION The second alumnae reunion of the Brown County Alumnae Association will be held at the Ursuline Convent at St Martins Brown county Ohio from the afternoon of Friday October 13 to the afternoon of Sunday October 16 Those expecting to attend are requested to notify the nuns by September 22 I Information as to particulars will SassingIChestnuta number of been educated at this splendid insti tution MISTAKEN The Milwaukee Catholic Citizens last issue states that Right Rev Bishop Maes of Covington 1s ill and at Monroe Mich in search of health The fact ds that Bishop laos was not out of Kentucky last week He attended the opening ot- St Josephs College at Bardstown and with Monsignor Falconlo was later the guest of Bishop ODonaghue In this city OBJECT LESSON Bias and prejudice against Catholicity Is to be found more firmly entrenched In the rural dis tricts than elsewhere and ReV E J Flood pastor of the Church of- Our Lady of the Snow Clark Sums mlt Pa gave the people of his territory an object lesson in patrlotteijJ when he caused an American ifteg to I biTun Up on a flag pole erected for that purpose on the lawn of the church property It waea big day or the Catholics of Father Floods J IIful1ri I t t U MEETING tI 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Catholic Fraternal Insurance Order In the World Members in Good Standing 150000 hathbenefits paid since organized 13852000 JOIN NOW WM OALUQHAN State Organizer 27101 W Jeff HENRY flUNOLD nRAIaa IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty lUMnmo 524 Wr WALNUT JJLBrownfiedGo 553 THIRD ST Engineer and Gotitractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without SeeIng le- 1lesaa PtioH 784s 1G n uc r FOM3TERr J i Take Initial Steps for the ConventionTwo Years Hence At the meeting of all local courts of the Catholic Order of For esters the following committee was selected on ways and means to pro vide for the International convention of the order to be held In this city In 1913 Chairman Dr B J OConnor William Callaghan Vltua Wellington Sebastian O Hubbuch Otto Wirth and Dr C A Edelen Arrangements are being made by the various courts of the city toI have a bowling league representing each court and Central Chapter during the coming winter The new court at St Helens par MondayISeptember 25 The organizer William Callaghan called an open meeting of the members of Holy Cross parish for Tuesday September 16 In order to establish a court In said parish More than twentyfive have already signed the constitution for this court Cal John Whalien will be one of the charter members Over thirty have signed their names for a new court in one of the large German parishes in the East End of toadyiOctober GUESS WHO The Kentucky Irish American received the following with request to publish for the benefit of a prospective bride whose marriage was announced in these columns last week Recipe of a young lady with an amiable Disposition for Snow Phd ding Boil two teacups full of water After moisten In two tablespoons of corn meal pour same Into water stirring well until It bolls remove from the stove and add two table spoons of salt and the white of an egg beaten to a stilt froth Pour in dish and set till cool This was signed Poor Jerry DIES IN ALABAMA M W Murray Superintendent of the Armour plant In Louisville has received word that his brotherin law John J Curran died last week In Birmingham Ala of blood pols oning which resulted from a sore on the hand causing the amputation of his arm He was fifty years otI leavIIngand locating In Birmingham He is survived by a sister MM Fannie Murray and a brother Thomas Cur ran CHARITY EUCHRE The ladles of St Cecilias parish have everything arranged for the big charity euchre and entertain ment to be given Tuesday evening the old church building on InII Cecilia street between Twe ntyfl and Twentysixth As a large fthII tendance is expected the ladles award many handsome prizes sides the euchre there will be a number of attractions for nonplay ers OPENING OF MASONIC I Shuberts Masonic Theater will be gin its 19111912 seaspn Monday evening and continuing one week with usual matinees of the American comedy of home life The with Miss Kathryn StevensFamilyII leading role Manager John Garrity will again be In charge and promises a splendid line of attractions for the season IMPROVING Joseph Gathof the well known I printing pressman who was injured in an elevator accident recently is Improving rapidly and his states hasta chance td physlclanII tirely will be welcome news to his many friends OPENS ALL RIGHT aiackln Council Social Club opened Its fall series of dances Thursday night the hall being thronged with young people who were delighted with iI the music and select company present As forerunner this speaks well for the club ENTERTAINED ALUMNAE Monday afternoon the Louisville members of the Loretto Alumnae met and were entertained in a most delightful manner by Mrs J C Murphy 1295 Willow avenue BLESSED NEW DELLI Monday the Right Rev C P Maes Bishop of Covington officiated at the blessing of the new bell for St Matthews church at White Villa UNITED STATES ARMY The United States army during the next fiscal year will number approxi mately 89000 officers and men Secretary of War Stimson and Major Gen Leonard Wood Chief of Staff strengthoftimates for the coming fiscal year VALUABLE FORESTS There are 25000000 acres of for est In the Philippine Islands said to be acre for acre four times an valuable as forests In the United States LARGEST TUNNEL American engineers are construct- Ing the tunnel under the Seine for the Metropolitan railway of Paris and when completed it will bv the largest eubrlver tunnel in the world FROST HINT To protect your lowers from early frost drive poles made from bpjom handle if or other islmlhw sticks Into tneJNlunlat lnt nrai arid treleh a oldtbMlta from oae to the other When train cornea throw pteces of cloth or paper or r she line and your Slowgnwlllbe unharmed 1- aI r i HOMELY And Trud Story Told of Their Golden Wedding Anniversary I Aged Couple Who Had Returned After Many Years to Pray I t One Mnn WiuMade to Think Seri ously and May Be to Reform v JUST A WHOLESOME TALE The Irish Standard a Catholic pa per published at Minneapolis storyA I ling marks of worry walked along a city street one Sunday evening Ho was going nowhere In particular i but only out to get the air and to beguile j the hours that stood between him and his moneygetting labors AsI he walked he passed a Catholic church The door was open and he could see that the edifice was empty A subtle something directed j him up the steps and before a second thought had dawned upon him I found After himself Inside heI I accustomedcould see by the aid of the faint glittering light of the sanctuary lamp altarAbove i rays now and then revealed In the gathering darkness alargeI beIj himan hIsttenUnnthe aisle he could see two bended forms wrapt In meditation The stranger entered the first pew and knelt down The silence and solemnity of the place Induced solemn worshipheresignifies that the God of heaven Is present on that altar I believed that once but I couldnt endure the restraints I wanted to be what our professor called a modern man anythingthatgratifyinghishave pleasure All religion became mytreEdombutvisionary distance Out on the streets this moment tired pleasure seekers who never think of God are engaged In the eternal pursuit They are making the fatal mistake that men of all ages have made they want to get lasting happiness from things that will not last They are anchoring to floats that are not anchored They mistake moving con stellations for the Polar Star But at this point the strangers reverie was Interrupted by the worshipers up the aisle who arose to leave the church They genuflected slowly and after pausing for a moment for a last look at the alter they walked outAs they approached the stranger discerned an old couple bowed with I age or was it with care People dont go to church when they are happy the stranger thought I wonder what trouble has brought them here With him thought and aotlon were one In a moment heI was out the door and bowing his I apologies to the belated worshipers for his boldness In making a few in quiriesWere In no trouble at all the old man said You see this Is our golden wedding anniversary and Kate and I just thought wed celebrate by making this little visit to the church I That Is all I But havent you been to services IniI quired I Oh yes the old woman replied kbut you see one can pray so much better when alone in the church because then youknow God is listening I just to you And she added laugh ingly you arent bothered by big hats and fine perfumes in the seat in I front ofouII I observed such a great day In your lives the stranger Inquired not a little surrplsed Oh no the old woman an swered quickly as if to correct a wrong impression The children and I grandchildren are at home and we enjoy being with them but we haveI so many things to be thankful for we had to corhe here But theyll be waiting tfor us at home Ned she said turning to her husband and Ned assenting they took leave of their newly made friend I Down the steps they whose love to11Ikenarm chatting pleasantly on their way Hat In hand the stranger stood and when they passed from sight he turned and went back Into the churchWhat is true of this nature Is true all over the Catholic world To the Catholic matrimony la a sacra ment and eovry Catholic believes Jment and every Catholic believes tlonal Government depends upon the firm foundation of the family NEW PHONE NUMBER J Miss Katie A Smith the lady em bertrJendstJbatCumberland South 99J TIP FOR OHIVJNGTON The signing of Brick Owens as umpire In the National League leaves a Vacancy In the American Associa tion which according to many could localhandler1 Cacti Barratt who bar tiT n MUs mknoIa T abit Ibow +IfltcrIP 4 CHICAGO I I I j o- I Hibernians Will Dedicate r Emmet Hall Memorial On Sunday evening October 8 the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Chicago will Informally dedicate with impressive ceremonies Its splendid building known as the Emmet Memorial Hall located at Ogden streetsAboutof this magnificent structure was NationalPresidentDevlin the National President of the order in Ireland together with the Illinois State and county officers The Hibernians of Chicago are very proud of this building dedi cated as It is to the memory of Ire- lands Illustrious martyr Robert Emmet and naturally are leaving nothing undone to make the dedica lion one of the grandest affairs In the history of the Irish race In that city It is the intention of the committee having the matter In charge to invite the National officers the National Board of Directors Auxiliary ofChleagofordand many distinguished ChicagoIland elsewhere PLEASED THE ORPHANS Will J Kelly and his orchestra visited St Thomas Orphan Asylum orphansIwlthlasted during the afternoon The programme Included a number of Irish selections which stirred the pointIwhenbyJameswho accompanied the band The orphans are anxiously awaiting an theirjPARNELL STATUE The Parnell monument in Dublin which has cost about 45000 Is now complete The usvelllsg will take place on October 1 when the cere mony will be performed by John Redmond M P The memorial consists of a bronze statue of heroic size the work of the late St Gaudens the celebrated American sculptor set on a pedestal at the foot of a great triangular shaft whose tripod crown rises more than sixty feet EUCHRE AND LOTTO The ladles of St Leos church will give a euchre and lotto Wednesday afternoon and evening October 26 at Trinity Council Hall Baxter and Morton avenues The afternoon game will be called at 230 oclock and In the evening at 8 oclock Those charitably inclined can help a strug gling parish by patronizing this Worthy cause SPLENDID PROGRESS Splendid progress has been made on the new Holy Name church at Third and OThe foundation has been completed and Contractor Joe Murphy expects to begin the brick work next week Father OConnor and Architect Gaffney are doing their utmost to push the work along V LEXINGTON St Pauls congregation at Lexing ton has begun the work of raising funds with which to erect a larger ofithetag In numbers The new building will occupy the site of the present school house and will accommodate 600 children LIFES WORK ENDED Mother Mary Monica head of the order of Feliclan Sisters In America died Saturday at the St Albertus Convent In Detroit Mich She was eightythree years old For half a century she devoted herself to the care and education of Polish chil dren HINTS ON STYLE Threepiece suits of serge are In great favorISkirts show A decided tendency toward drapery White serge has Jumped into favor with a bound Green Is the ruling favorite for evening gowns Satins continue to hold a firm po sition In fashion Rows of tiny buttons are used on wraps and gowns I There seems to be uo end of black velvet sashes I Skirt hems of tare Im mensely fashionable- i Long tunic effects are much ito be seen In new separate skirts while the pleated insets at the seams gjve more fullness when an extremely I I requlredImade I theItrlmmingble serviceable lace that nvor should have gone out of fashionJ The majority of dressy waists are sleevesIthoughI l noted These models arc made with some fullness at the elbow tapering off to a snug dJmish at the wrist GINGERED RICE Instead ofRaisins or other flavor- Ing jn rice puddjng usea small quantity of preserved ginger cut In small pieces with the sirup About a tablespoJnful to a quart of milk is sufficient hoW glye a delightful new flavor i 4 GASOLINE A cnlguoUnq in the kitchen for cleaningl purposes will be fot1d- ar atihljt1 if erdllerycre In exercised againstt tire To alien1 J tfaft Eae stove soak Atha jt ja lJlttJ ga ollne and tsx111renege 1- Idlrt od do fwr yrliX torodor ivtrot t4e tae liMjfottjr rorubpt6tietsWftt h n FRANK FEHR BREWING CO JINCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN H BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY JOHN B FRANK WALTERS9 Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET 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been added since the first of the yearThere are thirty divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary In Michigan with a membership in good standing or 3320Division 3 of Rockdalo Is the proud owner of one of rthoUnest Hibernian buildings In Pennsylvania D J Reilly Assistant Financial Secretary of Division 4 has been Jaid up withn slight attack of neurasthenia Thirtythree members werere oelved Into the Ladies Auxiliary at the quarterly Initiation at Indian apoltsAt tbefirst initiation of tho Ladies Auxiliary at Centralla Pa the degrees were conferred on 101 candidatesDivision 6 of Paterson N Jhasplaced sixty books In St Agnes parochial school for the study of Irish history Hibernian of Martin county Ind are putting forth much effort toward an Increased showing In their December reports The division at Mllllnocke Maine started last April with n membership of twentyseven hasI grown to elghtYeight- President Coleman of Division i3 should arrange one of Ibis amateur night specialties for a general meet- Ing of all the members Division G of Springfield Mass will expend 6000 for tho Interlc decoration and other ImprovementsI of the Hibernian building Late reports show that Massachusetts leads with a membership in the Ladles Auxiliary of 13000 with Pennsylvania and Connecticut fo1 lowing second and third Miss Anna Malla National Pros dent of the Ladies Auxiliary who visited several cities In Ohio last month found the order everywhere in prosperous condition and grow I IngEfforts are being made by thet Tennessee State officers to organic I divisions In Chattanooga and Jack son Nashville Memphis ahd Knot vlllo are the only Tennessee clUes that have divisions a misunderstanding no IIThrough officially given of fhe meeting for last Sunday As there Is nothing par tlcular transpiring the meeting wl11 be postponed until December Rev Father Clark thanking the Cincinnati members for their work it the annual picnic for St Jpsoph Orphan Asylum was more ithar pleased with the returns from the Hibernian booth amounting to 539 Division 4 meets Monday nigh and President Hennessy expect very member present They wll hear reports from the Count Board and may also act on the coming visit of National President Segan It may interest the members at large to know that Col John P Sullivan of Now Orleans who was ecently elected Exalted Ruler of the Elks with a big majority Is State resident of the Ancient Order of Ilbernians of LouisianaI Ho is a thorough Irishman in all things tumor has it that Col Sullivan will ecelve the Democratic nomination tor Governor of his State mext year Through the work of the National m tory Committee the study of rish history has been Introduced into 500 parochial schools- WALNUTSTREET THEATERV Bartley Campbells picturesque play Tho White Slave comes next ThisIlor tho Sunny South before ithe war The heroine Lisa Is a white girl of high parentage but it Is in the admirably created mystery with which she has surrounded her birth and the Intricate circumstances which throw her Into slavery that the author has won the admiration of- the theatergoer In The White Slave there is a young llove romance which develops through many exciting and pathetic scenes The story is always dramatic bud never goes beyond the pale of probability The escape of Lisa and her lover from the plantation at Osceola tho destruction of the Belle Creole In Idstream and the capture of tho gitives on Red Devils Island are features of tho play while tho cast selected for this elaborate revival of I The White Slavods in probability thGs best since the jorlglnal produc tiODjj MOURN HIS DEATH The funeral of IIpry L Hagan 1 entyelght years of fcge a fireman road f r the Louisville Nashville Rail Company who wled of heat prostration at his home 2G19Sonth Fourth avenue was conducted Mon dRymOrning from the Toly Name church Mr Hagan was taken ill fursday whip en route V Louis vJlle with his train but rill naged to 1 remain at his poet of dui until the I tripI was ended Soon utter he reaohed home he was ot ercome IIls1 udltion grew worse vapidly and j lIejJWUto woe formerly Miss Mamie Goetteliand a laugh j n Feel a SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O Iii- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en Firs and Third Tuesday President William Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kins Recording Secretary Josepk E FarrellFinancial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler SergeantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut street- sPresldentC J Ford Vice President Ernest Smith Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJohn J KeaneyTreasurerJames Wels- hSergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3II Meeio First and Third Mondays Ilneteenth and Portlan- dPresldoatD J Coleman Vice PresIdentHugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary ThomaiI StevensFinancial Secretary J G Hes slon Treasurer D J Dougherty Sergeant tArm James Steven- sSentlnolThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bortravd Hall Sixth Stree- tPresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial Secretary Thomas J Langan Treasurer Harry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArms William Cal laghanSontinelM J McDormott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President LawrenceI FordPresldentJ G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc GrodyFinancial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Gar rlty Sentinel Thomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y Mi X MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Roliartson Wcce PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A 0 Link Financial SecretarYF G Adams Recording SecretarYR Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH Ker berg Treasurer W A Link Marshal J H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside SentlnelrJosoph Stewart tJi1J1f n4 ftlqSforfJ A 8Fort1909Through I- lutrered from weakness of the nerves alreadySucceefullY usedItnow again thoroughly restored PleaseSend me 2 botlea for a child of my fromEpilepsyspasmsAugust Pastor 1909SevensutrerlngfromandthoughNerveTonioLastFallonce procured a bottle of the Tonlo and was relieved again Mrs Gertrude Ketteler IfREEANelvouaDIs8as8a treePreparedWayne Ind shoe 1878 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 108 Lake Street Sold by DranrUU at 1 per Bout 6 for 95 Luy Size f175 6 Bottle for Is ter his parents Mr and Mrs M BHagan two sisters Mrs Bertha Lewellen and Mrs Fred Hunt and a brother B J Hagan a eolMer Jn the United States army stationed In the Philippines HOPKINS Patrons of Hopkins Theater will have a chance to ceo an entirely new show next week The cnter talnmont will be of the lively order full of amusing Incidents of humor and life supplemented with musical turns of the catchy quality This theater 4s making a strong rind successful bid for the patronage of the better class of vaudeville lovers MOrTON PICTURES i The programmes for ithe coming Iweek for the Orpheum and Casino are composed of moving pictures recelvedIasrealistic and with dramatic action In keeping The comedy firma are en finely new and are wild to be mirth provoking Short tpntee are bowfi on many I IIaHedly auto kr01II of S IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Grauard is suffering from a water famine owing to the prolonged drought The death is announced of Rev John MoCullOgh Cardonagh Ho had reached his ninetyfirst year Rev S Walsh JBallyhaunis has been appointed by Archbishop Healy to a professorship in St Jarlath College Tuam The death took place at bi Brlglds Rosslare of Rev Mothe Mary Agnes iMcGuire of the Convent of Mercy Wexford An experiment In tobacco growing by P Whelan Newbllss In garde land generally regarded as anything but good has proved successful- A new spinning factory has been started in Wicklow for the manufacture of poplin worsted coating yarn knitting and fingering wools and carpet yarns The house of Father Robert Kirby at Patrick Well County Limerick was recently struck by lightning while the storm was at Its heigbjt and burned to the ground At a special meeting of the Carla County Council J P Punch was elected County Surveyor Two candidates presented themselves J J Hannigan being the other A big fIre broke out in the goods store of the Dundalk and New Packet Companys premises at Dun dalk destroying practically tho entire structure and its contents At the meeting of the newly appointed Kilkenny Borough Pensions Committee the Ven Archdeacon Doylo was unanimously reelects Chairman and the Rev J Doyle was appointed Vice Chairman At a recent meeting of the Tullo more Board of Guardians lit IWAS stated that there were 210 inmate In the Workhouse a decrease or eleven as compared with the corresponding period of last year I The death has occurred near Gar vagh County Derry of Mrs Elizabeth McNicholl who was over 100 and who up to last year helped on the farm She is survived by her husband who Is also a centenarian There has Just died at Moygara near Gurteen County SlIgo a centenarian John Kane who had reached the ago of 108 years During his long life ho never had occasion to wear spectacles He was a fluent Irish speaker Richard Walsh Ballybrlcken ono of the largest property owners fin Waterford has Just died in his ninety second year He wise the last member of a family which had a very long connection with the baker business in the city Speaking at Wextord Corporation In support of a motion to provide fifty houses for workers the Mayor said he was staggered when he learned there were 224 houses in the town unsanitary and a menace to tho public health and nurseries of disease The Rev John J Donovan is leav- Ing Bnltinglass and has been promoted to the pastoral charge of Kill County Kildare Father Donovan who spent a number pf years In Monasterevan parinhl where he made a host of friends for himself has for upwards olive been in Baltlnglass years Conditional on the Waterford County Council contributing 10000 and acquiring the harbor the Development Commissioners propose of 70000 for improvements making a grant at Holvlck D theconCouncil has accepted isiltionfamous as a fishing round AVENUE THEATER A Fugitive From Justice a melodrama both ithrllltog and pro tenUous will be the next attraction It the Avenue Theater There are- welve scenes in the four acts the situations are of the strenuous sort and there Is Just enough oem edy Intermingled to relieve the tension The locale of the drama is the Mexican border and this of course calls for characters common to that region Therefore the cowboy the Indian the greaser the miner and the tenderfoot are all brought into play The cast is a big one and It Is assured that It irlll be found very satisfactory COTXNELS NEAR END Our tallend Colonels will per rOlm at Kansas City this afternoon and tomorrow thence going to Milwaukee for a threegame seriesI after which two games nt Columbus and three at Indianapolis will end tho agony There is a possibility that nearly all of the regulars will turn and take a barnstorming tour trough the stato under the leader ship of Joo Stanley It Is hoped that games will be arranged with Portland Butchertown and Recclus and thus settle many a long standing argument as to whether Louisville could beat the locals or not MADE LONG TRIP After a golden wedding trip which lasted nearly ten months and tended from Louisville to the Pa cmc coast and back again Mr and- Mrs George Mayor of 712 East Gray street have Just returned to their borne Both are In the best of health Bnd enjoyed their travels Immensely couple celebrated their golden IThe in St Martins church on October 23 last the Rev Father Louis C Ohle officiating at the eerv IMrs Mayer at the celebration wore the Mme gown which she Wor- eluty yeara before when abe was mart toMr Mayer to te me- 16burch The worthy couple hue Ten children sad eighteen grand cbJldren I o c Save WearingApps Both Phones 2207 617 S Fourth Ave For Your Furniturei Wantsi1 I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street N O NNONN GREflGERS BUSINESS SCHOOL SECOND AND BHEOKINHIDGB SOLICITS THE PATRONAOE OP THE READERS OP THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN This school is fortunate in having both the best Bookkeeping and Shorthand systems taught in Louisville We would be glad to have you call and see us and we think you will appreciate the claims we make DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESJTHE YEAR D CREAGER Principal J r Charlie White Moon THE COW BOY HERBALIST Sole Owner and Originator of COM CELSAR and SCIENCE SOPE Exponent of Gods Medicines Roots and HerbsHome and Laboratory 37293731 Broadway tolstllle ky 0r 1911 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1911 JAMES QUARLES CANDIDATE FOR Judge of the Jefferson Circuit Court CHANCERY BRANCHFIRST DIVISION Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1911 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1911 SAM L ROBERTSON Candidate For ReEle- ctionREPRESENTATIVE 51st 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