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I I m kIJf f i 1ft I I si kMERI ANfi M ILUME XXVIINO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 7 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS f J c HEAVENS Smiled as Eucharist Was Being Carried by Archbishop Moeller Greatest Catholic Gathering Ever Witnessed in the Queen City Imposing Exercises That larked Close of Eucharistic Congress IING AGAINST SOCIALISM he closing exercises of the Euch stlc Congress took place at theI chleplscopal grounds on Norwood eights Sunday afternoon Cincln atl has seen many grand religiousI vents in its day but it may be said ithout exaggeration that Sunday celebration surpassed anything of Us kind ever held in the Queen City And this is the more remarkable when one considers the weather thatt accompanied It The rain had ceased for good about 2 oclock and the grounds which are high and open to the wind were quickly dried and everything went off as planned Shortly before the procession com menced a beautiful rainbow spread calmoute occasion The only change in the original t 11 ri J shortening of s the line of march which was made advisable by the dampness of the streets The various orders met at Main and Foltman streets and headed by three mounted patrolmen and the Cecllian band marched up Main street to Drexellus avenue and down Drexellus to Moeller wher- they broke rank and lined up on each side of the street to await the pro cession of clergy and dignitaries Leaving the little Church of Sts Peter and Paul on Main street and Drexellus avenue the procession of clergy moved down Drexellus avenue In slow and measured step First t came the seminarians from St Marys followed by the Pasalonists in their black habit while after them came the Franciscans and Jesuits who were likewise followed 6ythe secular priests of the diocese In ceaseslis a5IulIliIJel breaiiin the line divided the priests from the Bishops who made an Impressive picture in their purple robes and each accompanied by his chaplain they marched In single file before the canopy Finally came Archbishop Moeller clothed in vestments and miter of the finest texture and en veloped In a cloud of incense Four priests with bowed heads carried the canopy under which he walked and behind him the muffled drums beat a slow tattoo In his hands he car ried the monstrance containing the Sacred Host the object of all the ceremonies i Moving slowly down Moeller are tae the clergy ascended the grounds directly In front of thbmain en trance to the archiepiscopal residence on the stoop of which the altar burdened with flowers and tapers awaited its heavenly visitor Placing the Sacred Host in the tabernacle all repaired to the orators stand built about 200 yards from the house and which the Bishops whilethearound to hear the voice of the gifted orator Father Robert Condon D D of La Crosse Wis This brilliant speaker is one of the most talented theologians as well as one of the greatest orators of the Catholic ctiuih in America Father Condon spo of the stimulating influence that he Eucharist afforded to the grea work of great men of the olde days Boniface Augustine and atrlck found in it the beacon ofl it that led them to their trl ump whilE music art sculpturing J arch cture and literature all found their ane aim in the effort to ade quat r honor God in the blessed Eucl lat are assembled here today he s 1 to close the fifth National Con ss and what shall be its effect j You have heard the eerjnons and pars of the past fcdtf days and you ivo reflected deeply on the man hinge that have been said in them Let us hope that the result will a keener appreciation of this great mystery and an enkindled fervo for this grand truth And this the more needed In this day when ye are being threatened with I attentionWe ation if the individual is the one way stamping out an evil that is perm ting a community and it will be thjjign the regeneration of our p KJpW through holy communion that we will stop the spread of the in vidious doctrines of Socialism thatiare stealing their 1aylntQ our midst Pope Plus X realizing the need has advocated the reception of communion eV nat the earliest ace He JIM appreciated the power pfi tbe Bleared Sacrament to keep strong in Ha the principles of Catholicity Let us therefore take with us like the- Mobamniediansof old the battle L which shall iniplre UBi t I noble efforts and jet that cry 11 e of the prophet God and Is with us today He will b with us at the end of the twentieth century but shall this doctrine o Socialism be then extant No with the help of God it will not And let me say to ovary working man here today the only friend you have is that Carpenter of Nazareth He is with you today and will bo with you forever There is not a law discovery of science a principle o liberty or a movement of civilization for which you are not Indebted to Him Therefore I repeat let us leave this congress with the battl cry of Christ and let us fight under the standard of Emmanuel or God with us Immediately following the sermon the dignitaries wont to the altar where Archbishop Moeller surround ed by Archbishops Bishops and priests gave the Papal benediction This was immediately followed b benediction of the Blessed Sacra ment and as the seminarians sang the 0 Salutarls and the Tantum Ergo the crowd stood with bowed heads As the Archbishop ascended the altar the vast multitude knelt and to those unable to see the altar the thrice roll of the drum con veyed the fact that Christ was being elevated before them In solemn benediction while the glad Te Deum echoing and reverberating through the evening air told the world the fifth Eucharistic Congress had passed into history SCIENCE Is Indebeted For Advance ment to Catholic Men The life and work of the late Prof Thomas Dwight a devout Catholic who was professor of anatomy at Harvard University for over a quar er of a century and whose research work has attracted the attention ot- ho t anatomical world proves con luslvely that there is not now nor never has been any conflict between Catholic belief and true science Itl theeI eminent men who made great orig inal investigations in the science of medicine have been devout andI faithful Catholics Prof Dwight Is by no means a solitary example A complete list of those whose faith was not disturbed by their original1I research in science would take upI entirely too much space but the fol lowing brief one compiled by theI well known writer and physician Dr James J Walsh contains theI names ot a few great Catholic dentists 19gJietelasI Auenbrugger who made the first step in modern diagnosis Laennec to whom we owe most of our Knowledge of diagnosis in chest dis eases Theodore Schwann the dis coverer of the cell doctrine there fore the founder of modern biology Johann Mueller probably the greatest teacher of medicine that ever lived whose students always looked to their master as the most Im portant factor in their lives made our nineteenth century medicine what it is Claude Bernard the great French physiologist and Louis Pasteur the prince of medical dis coverers all these men were not only Catholics but devout and faith ful Catholics Pasteur could not understand how anyone could pos sibly think that science might dis turb faith It was Pasteur who when asked If there was incompa tibility of Catholicity and great act en uric attainments or If there was aI possibility of successful original re search in science going together with profound faith in religious princi plea and religious mysteries said I am sure that If I only kne enough I would have the faith of the Breton peasant if I only knew all there was to know I would hav the faith of the Breton peasant- wife Even In electricity the greatest names that we have Calvanl Volto Coulomb Ohm Ampere were all devout Catholics three of them at least used their rosaries regularly as we know and were mem bers of the Third Order of St Francis Not science but a certain school of scientists are the churchs foes and the secret of their opposition Is not found in the certain which they have diligently an pralseworthlly gathered from fauna and flora from chemical elements and geologlce strata but in the il logical reasoning in unwarranted conclusions and In philosophic sys tame formulated without a knowledge of metaphysics No the Catholic church Is not the enemy of science HEAVEN HER REWARD When cod called Margaret Keenan to her eternal reward St Patrick parish lost one of its oldest and most amiable women During her long Illness she displayed that remarkabl devotion and perfect resignation to the will of God that marked her whole life Mrs Keenan was born in Ireland but came to this country over sixty years ago During these years she resided here and wasI known In mil parts of the city bu- St t Patricks was always her church Before the funeral a constant streamI of people called at the residence of her km Thomas Keenan to view the remains and pay their tribute oft Te I ipect Mrs Keenan ii survived by three ions Thomas Jams and John Keenan and two daughter MireI Meggia Keenan and MM ClarenceI Noble Her funeral was held Wednesday morning then solemn l se of requiem was celebrated by min V G R6naleol dewhich I er me fPOUTICS 4 Registration Figures Remove Last Hope oi the Repub licansf Everything Points to h Dig Victory For BIcCrenry and Ticket Local Figures Show Why PostI WantsDlcGrntltCouuuit- y tee Removed STRONG LOCAL TICKET NAME If there was any doubt about the result of the political contest In this State next month the registration figures should remove it as every thing points to an oldtime Demo cratic victory and Louisville andI Jefferson county figures are an ex ample Four years ago Gov Wlllson carried the city and county by over 2000 and now the Republican campaign managers concede it to Mc Creary by 2500 The registration figures give the Democrats 1676j more than 1910 while the Republi cans only Increased 282 over last years figures The splendid work of the local Democratic organization is responsible for this increase andI by the way tibia does not harmonize with the Posts prediction that the local committee would not aid Mc Creary as the latter and his friends would reorganize the committee + next summer About the only ones In terested in having Mr McGrath andI his committee removed are the Post and the local Republicans who do not seem to be able to make any headway against this splendid corps of political managers- It does seem pitiful for Dick Knottl and his former rabid Republican loaders to be beseeching the Demo crats to please nominate Bingha L for Chancellor knowing that theI only thing left ot the local G O P here is the colored vote and that iis dwindling fast The Republicans have practically abandoned the Fifth district as they have all of the dis tricts in the State except the Eleventh and the Post is paving the way for a bIg steal there by stating I Thursdays editorial that the highest majority over given In the Eleventh Was 23000 and that 15000 did not vote Does not that sound like thereI Is something being cooked up in the bloody Eleventh Judge ORear is trying to stir u I some enthusiasm in the First an I Second districts but he will be metl there by tie biggest Democratic majority the home of Ollle James our next Senator has given in years Last year a new light dawned upon the Democrats they showing their real strength toy dropping all fac lonal quarrels and now hope to pre pare for a big Democratic victory 1 the nation next year by putting Kentucky in the Democratic ranks this year That is the spirit that Is dominating the rank and tile and the leaders are following their ex ample not a single Democrat of asY Importance bolting the ticket this year or sulking in his tent The Democrats are not seeking t dodge discussing State issues Ever Democratic orator from Gov Mc Creary down has outlined the policy of the party as to State matters but they are also discussing national questions because they want th nexwt Legislature elect a United State- Senator whose vote may be needed to make the Senate of the United States applausesgreets every toRepublican extravagance incompetency and dishonor In the nation it is ev dent that the people want to hear all that there is to be said on na tlonal questions in this campaign The ticket nominated by the local Democratic convention yesterday cannot but appeal to any citizen as worthy of support and the Demo crats should receive 90 per cent of votde William A Perry Charles Knight William T McNally and Samuel L Robertson aspire to represent this city in the Legislature Every Demo crat in this district should now take off his coat and roll up a majority that should forever put a quietus on the tried and found wanting Republi can party DOUBLY BEREAVED J L Webb arrived in Lexington Sunday night from his home 1 In Louisville with the bodies of his wife and son The son who was six years old died at the Louisville City Hos pital Thursday night The wife and mother died at Sts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital Saturday morning Mr Webb was met at the end of his sad Journey by J P Harmon a relative to whose residence at 610 Pember ton avenue the bodies were taken The funeral services werE held at St Peter church Tuesday morning Rev Father Punch being the cola brant of the meet of requiem HSICLANDS JjORD CHANCELLOR Ireland agai basis Catlicllc tier Chancellor Jj l person of Red mend BarJB jjju8t been pro meted Mfr y General- Ship o T the dfr tinction r Irish Liberal one J AH th Sir Redmond Barryfor by this time he will have received the honor of knighthood balls ffom Cork and Is a son of Patrick narryof Hill View He was Included in Sir Henry Campbell Bannermans ad ministration as Solicitor Gcneral for Ireland six years ago and has sine then sat In ParllamontJfffor North Tyrone winning his election on each occasion by a very narrow majority J CATHOL5Cr ir Progress Reviewed by Car dlnal Gibbons In Sermon t Last Sunday at Baltimore Cardlna1 Gibbons referred In grateful term to the civic demonstration in his honor last June which was attendedd by President Taft and leading mem bars of the coordinate branches of Ding Federal Government Continu he said It Is very natural that on an occa slon like the present I should Indulge In some reminiscences if This Is the privilege of the old in which tlle young can not share All the priestsI that were ordained fonthls dioceseI with me or before ana time haveI long since passed awn and all my episcopal brethren with whom I be gan to labor after 1n consecration fortythree years ago Jaavo gone toI their reward with on solitary ex ception and that exception is theI venerable Bishop of Kansas City Though I value the friendship of my Junior colleagues I fc l a sense of loneliness in the absence of any old companions with who n I sat soften I in council and T 1th whom I labored so long in th vineyard of the Lord Of the sev 3ntytwo pre lates who attended th council in 1884 all but nine have paid the debt of nature The Cardinal here tl row an inter eating comparison bet ears the Cath alit church in 1861 a d its situation after halt a century Burin all of which time he IMS labored iInl Its ministry In 1864 he said the Archbishops and Bishops of the United States number t fortyflight The priests were 20644 The nunibe- of r churches with prlostffrattached I 2042 and the Catholic population ThmeI number of Archbishops and Bishops I today In charge of sails amount t ninetysix Just twicajas many a existed in 1861 The priests amount to 17000 an increaselof over eight fold There are 13500 churches nearly a sevenfild increasel WeI rhave about fiftori mlllons of church exn listed In the United States In 1861 But the progress of religion In QUI country Is to beJstJraateU5i6tonly by the augmentation of the number I of its communicants but also by a more efficient coordination and dis a warpdetached squadrons compared t dthe compact and well army of today Half a century the prelates and clergy labored many adverse circumstances In widely extended parts of the country they had to minister to the faithful scattered often without s withoutnscant resources to sustain them Fre quentlythey had to contend with deeproo prejudices Now thank God we have in most places par haveYPacific Parochial schools have be come the rule instead of the excep populaousuallyyable and always willing to aid our missionaries An unfriendly feeling indeed still exists in some quarters as the result of longstanding tradl theemists of prejudice are gradually dis ofstruth nOME RULE Helped by Eighty Clubs Tour Through Ireland T P OConnor in his weekly cablegram states that politics in England have resumed almost full activity the political holidays being virtually over Events are still more favorable for the Liberals The victory of Gladstones grandson In a Scotch constituency over the fierce and combined attack of the Tories and Laborltes by a great majority creates an immense Liberal Joy The election was fought on two issues home rule and LloydGeorges Insur ance bill and so emphatic was the verdict In favor of both by the great Scotch constituency that It Increases the hope that both will certainly bo passed Into law The home rule cause is further helped by the Immense success of the tour through Ireland of the Eighty Club organization composed of the most ardent and energetic sprits of the Liberal party Simultaneously the Orange antics Including the plan to create a provisional government in Ulster after home rule Is carried into a Jaw create shouts of laughter throughout England and In Ireland they already have elicited strong protests from the more rational campaignInganlMd and will open its campaign in the second week of October with OConnordantes and public demonstration I from Lands lied to John OGroata vwmxG raa PARENTS Rer Jane FV Norman pastor St Romualda church at Hard beijg vldtlashome NEBRASKA Kentucky Visitor Gives ills Impressions of Grobloy County Was Scttled in Early Eighties by Catholic Colonization Society- WonderiulDevelopment oi This 1country by Sturdy Irish Pioneers t NOW HEALTHY AND WEALTHY James J Martin of this city Who has been spending some time in the Great West sends the Kentucky Irish American the following Inter estlng letter from Greeley Neb where the Irish are both numerous and prosperous In view of the organization of n- I Catholic Colonization Society some time ago and of the back to the farm movement which has been ex plotted In the magazines for a year or so past I thought a few facts rela tlve to this country might be of interest to your readers Greeley county was settled in the early eighties by the Catholic Colonization Association of the United States with headquarters In Chicago A great many of these early settlers core from New York City although other large cities were well represented Kentucky and Pennsylvania also furnished some of the pioneers The emigrantsgComing from their Eastern homes they were landed at St Paul thirty or forty miles from the homesteads they had bought The remainder of byswagon buying to start housekeeping on a small scale When they arrived at their farms they in truth had all the livingslnt the farms improve ments were Just as they emerged from the bottom of the sea some previouslyIprospect as theyvlewed was hardly one to please for it con slated of an unvarying succession of hills and vales in some places badly cut up by canyons and gullies with tosthe monotony of the scene These pioneers however were made of the same stern material as the early settlers of Kentucky and withda brave spirit There were dugouts barnsrthe ground had to be broken for the reception of the crops wells had to be dug and windmills to be put up quartersand half sections came later intthe colonys early days The land was as rloh as the land of Canaan though the flow of milk and honey did not come for years afterward The crops raised were immense but there was a very inadequate return for farm products In those days the low prices and the long haul td mar ket militating against a monetary remuneration The farmers how ever raised enough on their lands to provide a good living and there was never any real distress until the dry year of 1894 This year it appears was a complete failure and is used here lSB chronological land mark Just as the night of the big wind Is in Ireland Some of the settlers quit that year disposing of their farms as they best could and returned East The great majority stuck it out some of them probably for the good reason that they had not the wherewith for transportation for themselves and families The year 1894 was the only year in the history of x the colony in which there was a complete crop failure and the other years have been as a rule years ot plenty and now the average Greeloy citizen could stand two or three crop failures without seriously Inconveniencing him This thing of a complete crop failure hardly figures among the proba bilities no dependence being placed on a single crop nowadays The soil hero seems to be of such a character as to be able to withstand any amount of drought and while other sections of the country have suf fered greatly this year Greeloy county will have a fair corn crop despite the adverse conditions Nearly all the farmers who came here in the Infancy of the a lony and many of those who came later have accumulated a sufficiency of the worlds goods five figures being necessary to express their wealth in money and In some cases it takes six The rent of farms in this county Is remarkably cheap when the value of the land is taken Into consideration and the prices at which the farm produ tshogs cattle milk butter and eggs can be sold A man who knows anything at all about farming could Snot in my opinion come to a better locality even though he snot In a position to buy a farm Although originally a Catholic colony and tattled principally by Irish and the descendants of Irish Qreeley county Is now quite cownopolltap obmpriBlng among its InhabltenU Germans Russians Polet Bo ttemiani Swedes English and Scotch Greeley the county seat lSL v lira little gown of about abltants It hua cattlO- Nb notq nooOtbe paste blebfl Father Flanagan a n of the I Inlyj appointed Bishop of Natchez Dr Gunn and a classmate of Archblsnop Blenk of New Orleans One of the parish loners of this church Is Gen Patrick H Barry former Attorney General of the State of Nebraska and lately appointed a member of the Board of National Soldiers Homes now on a tour of inspection of the homes from Maine to California Gen Barry made a notable record in the civil war the loss of his right arm and numerous scars giving testimony to his services in that awful conflict He is a fine conversationalist and is heart and soul In favor of any move ment looking toward the moral and material uplift of the community in which ho resides Thero are two other churches in Greeley Center a Methodist Episcopal and Lutheran Both of these aro fine edifices and have good congregations At OCon nor about five miles from Greeley is another magnificent Catholic church of which Father Hayes Is pastor Father DoVos Secretary of the Catholic Colonization Society is a former pastor This was the first Catholic church In the county The educational facilities of Greeley county are unsurpassed At Spalding are two Catholic colleges one for boys and one for girls atI OConnor Is an academy for girls and young ladles Greeley Center has two fine publip school buildings with an efficient corps of teachers while Omaha which is in easy reach offers the best advantages for those who seek a higher education Greeley shows all the marks of a prosperous town Two garages testify that the auto is In our midst the telephones are In nearly universal Ii use the houses are commodious and J well built generally with a wellkept lawn in front and the girls are up todate and well dressed The beauties here however are of that doubtful style which takes every thing you say to them with a strong I saline solution In other words they are very hardheaded and sensible and you have to confine j yourself to the facts in your conver sation The men here are all strong and healthy looking and any num ber of them look like theytimight be developed into a white plans hope 1thvery little training The climate Is remarkably healthful lung ji trouble being practically unknown In conclusion I may say that this I ts an ideal spot for a man with farm Ing proclivities or one who likes to delve Into the mysteries of cattle and hog raising There may be better I places dn the United States but they do not show up on the map as yetII I INCIDENT ThatShowa Goy Harm ns ritness Por High I + n T 011Ic i I An interesting reminiscence of the 1 I recent convention of the Federation of Oathollc Societies in Columbus says the Catholic Columbian was the courteous welcome extended by Gov Harmon to the many prelates andt I t the hundreds of delegates represent ing the Catholic element of thepeo ple of America The Governor onE the opening day of the convention l was the guest of honor at the dinner given by Bishop Hartley to the preE lates and Interchanged Ideas anec dotes and pleasing recollections with the balance of the distinguished company in the dining room of thet episcopal residence on that occasion The Inspiring address delivered by the Governor at the first Federation mass meeting in Memorial Hall wherein he extolled the good theC Catholic church was doing for citi zenship in America and for all of those things that make for Justice and equality between man and man svlll long be remembered It Is there fore certain that the rights and bons est Interests of Catholics as well asC sf all other elements of the comII munity in the State will have a fair and able champion and conservator 1 In Gov Harmon when the constitution of the State is being amended and another thing that seems to be I sure is that should Gov Harmon ever be elected to the Presidency of the United States as now seems I probable the Catholic citizens of Ohio and the country can feel assured that in him they will have a President who would fully recognize f tho strength and Influence of Catholicity In America The foregoing Ja most gratifying to the Kentucky Irish American which was perhaps the first news paper that nominated aov Harmon for the next Democratic nomination which would mean election and sue cess for hat party WILL COST MUCH Right Rev Bishop McSherry of I Port Elizabeth South Africa who at tended the Eucharistic Congress said that Italy will gain nothing In Its war with Turkey The Bishop is thoroughly familiar with the war zone though his diocese is in the extreme southeastern section of htestedhe said as arid as the Sahara Not only will it be a great expense for Italy but it will also cost thousands f- of lives since the Turk will carryon a guerrilla warfare indefinitely Ultimately Italy wlll Win no doubt but like France it Will have to carry- on the war for years and In thQ end It will not be worth while SETTLED I The strike declared on the Irish allroads by the Amalgamated So deli ot Railway Servants on Septem tt- ber 81 WM finally settled Wedner- dayi The strikers abandoned their original grleianees which obJecUonto JMndllAg lumber i hipped jfrom a firm whjfcgaraa hav lag trouble with tU e CARDINAL Questions the Wisdom ot Three Important Political Propositions Exhorts the Laioty to Stand Firm On Our Present Laws Insultto Dignity Independence and Sell Respect ot Our Judiciary DUTY OF THE PATRIOTIC CITIZEN In the course of his Jubilee sermon delivered at the Cathedral In Balti more last Sunday Cardinal Gibbons expressed unqualified disapproval of three Important political propositions which have commanded a large share of public attention namely this elec tlon of United States Senators by the direct vote of the people the refer endum proposal which has come up In several Western States providing for the submission of legislative enactments to the voters for ratifica tion and the recall of the Judiciary While it is the Cardinals custom to preach on the first Sunday of the month his discourse Sunday was In the nature of a prelude to the religious celebration of his golden Jubilee as a priest of the Catholic church and the silver anniversary of his Cardlnalato which begins on Sun day the fifteenth lust and continues until the nineteenth Defining the duties of his brethren of the laity he exhorted them to be faithful in the practice of their religion and urged them as citizens of the United States to take a patriotic part In every measure that contributes to the progress of the Commonwealth No man should be a drone in the social beehive Said His Eminence No citizen should be an Indifferent spectator of the politicall moral and economic questions that are agitated around him At the presnt moment there are three political problems which are engaging the serious at tention of our public men It is pro posed that United States Senators should be elected by pOpular vote in teglebefngChdson h1ho Jjegltl conrstltutlonhave the force of law should be submitted to the suffrage of the people who would have the right to vote It is proposed to recall or remove an unpopular Judge before the expira ion of his term of office No one questions the abllty the sincerity and patriotism of the advocates of these changes in our organic laws But I hope I may not be Presumptuous in saying that In my opinion the wisdom of the proposed amendments must be seriously ques tioned The elctlon of Senators by votes of the people involves the destruction of a strong bulwark against dangerous popular encroachments The reason given for the contemplated chauge is that many of State Legislatures are charged with being venal and that it Is easier to corrupt the Legislature than the whole people In reply I would say If you can not trust the members of the Legislature how can you trust their constituents from whom they If you can not confide in Legislatures you can not confide in human government nor in human nature Itself If a few of our Legis latures have been found guilty of bribery It is most unjust to Involve all the others in their condemnation have sufficient confidence In the moral integrity of our Legislatures- to be convinced that the great major ity ot them have never bent the knee to Mammon To give to the masses the right of annulling the acts of the Legislature is to substitute mob law for established law To recall a Judge because his decisions do not meet with popular approval is an insult to the dignity the independence and the selfrespect of our Judiciary Far less menacing to the Commonwealth Js an occasional corrupt or incompetent Judge than one who would be tho habitual slave of a capricious multitude who has always his ear to the ground trying to find out the verdict of the people The Constituibn of the United States is the palladlum of our liberties and our landmark in our march of progress That instrument has been framed by the anxious cares and enlightened zeal of the fathers of the republic Its wisdom has been tested and successfully proved after- a trial of a century and a quarter It as weathered the storms of the cen which 1is passed and it should be trusted for the centuries to come What has been good enough forr our- athers ought to be good us Every change enoughfoV reformation political or religious wo Better to bear the ills we kn wt than fly to those we know nptof Do not disturb the political laniP marks of the republic Every man that runs about way lag a now panacea fot eoc aloFlls Is motto bf worshiped apo 1tl alI model reformer ean rthe story of Alall in any derful CLamp Better- old lamp of the guided the flteD people for inn confide in eve may lead us tnt rt- atr O a o f l- lTFyXaISH M RIOn n kT Uoi Aeretel te the Social and Metal A4TMce MMit efllrlall Anwrkww ad CatoUcaI Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CathoHc Knights of America v ItKNTUCKYIRUaHI AMERICAN PRINTING CO Icorp rated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PR1C8 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc EnUred at the LoolivllU Postottto a SeGO Clua nattsr AMresi all CoHMHlcathM te the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN + 31921 Wait totem Stt 1 N TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY toto SATURDAY OCTOBER 7 191 DEMOCRATIC STAT TICKET For United States Sonator OLLIE M JAMES of Crittonden M For Governor JAME3 B MCREARY- of Madison For Lieutenant Governor EDWARD J MDEnMOTT of Jefferson For State Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA of Logan For Auditor HENRY BOSWORTH of Fayette For Attorney General JAMES GARNETT- of AdairKFor Secretary of State- C F CRECELIUS- of Pendleton For Superintendent of Public In i structlon BARKSDALE HAMLETT of Christian For Commissioner of Agriculture- J W NEWMAN of Woodford For Clerk of Court of Appeals R L GREENE of Bracken OH MY Ai a general rule the man who calls himself the only nonpartlsan jurist but needs an adjective to qualify the word Is not what he claims to be at all but a wolf In sheeps clothing Does not this apply to Judge ORear who Is now 1 in politics over hIs head Listen t- ouhat he has to say and then give the bJect some sober thought- A nonpartisan Judiciary Implies two propositions as I conceive It One is that the Judges shall be nom inated and elected without respect to party affiliation or party emblem upon the ballot That Is our posi tion The other is that a Judge of a court ought not to participate as- a politician in the politics of the country while exercising the duties of his office I agree to that propo sition with all of my heart There has not been a day since I became a candidate for Governor that I have ventured to sit in Judgment upon I any mans rights nor will I so long as I am a candidate for office iin I Kentucky I believe In a nonpartl san Judiciary and whatever else may I befall me In this race you may be sure that the record of your highest I I court for keeping Its hands out oS politics and keeping politics out of that court shall be maintained at all hazardsThis from a man who has declined to perform the duties of the high office to which he was elected will not commend him for the Oov ernorship Drawing pay and not serving the State Is an offense tha should not be forgotten by the taxpayers who should also remember his threat to usurp the powers of the legislative Judicial and executive branches of the State government I This alone stamps him as a dangerous roan and one not to be again I trusted II I THE WAR f I IIItalyTripoli It Is nearby and Is conso t quently a source of some solicitude I considering the Increasing com I merciall re1nt1 nsgrowing up between them This solicitude Ist t agrgavated by the fact of a marked I difference of religion which creates I two trends of national development t wholly Incoherent and discordant I Theret t ltalys Interest as anelgh 1 tt bor can not be further maintained by IM relations as a friend and s- It o projM se8 to terminate the mmtli iawSry situation by taking Tripoli fit It seems Europe generally is J jUng iwhlch tfjfct will rlrlct they jflfjjct of Italyand Turkei iIs- liI hjlaTffhail Demand that IJK fdr SOO years ban 0 r shall surrender iy tdbattt 6Tripoli 1It 0 tintI the Interior but capable of great development The Italian army comprises 225000 active men andl 300000 reservists a total of 525000i ready for the field Turkeys army has 376000 fighting men underarms and a reserve strength of 300000 all fighting men of the best character Few of them could transferred to Tripoli because of lack of transports and guardshlps Italy 3 navy has twelve battleships twenty three cruisers and numerous destroyers submarines and torpedo boats Turkey has one first class cruiser the MedlJIdleh built at Cramps and a number of wornout old warahf which are utterly useless Thus far the Italian forces have met but little resistance and according to latest advices large numbers of troops have been landed in Tripoli1 and In the naval engagements the Turks have loft heavily r SEEKS COVER Didnt Judge ORear outdo himself In extending the olive branch to John W McCulloch President of t- entucky Distillers Association His eagerness to palliate the wounds he IInflicted Is a sample of threc p y nerve and doubledecked Inconsistency It is something like taking a healthy punch at a neighbor andw then tolling him what a good he Is The man who breaks hie promises before election will nott keep them afterward Voters should remember this- PRAISE FOR HARMON The State o Ohio will soon ho a constitutional convention in which Catholics are greatly Interested both from the standpoint of good citizenship in general and for other reasons of special importance to them in particular Among these latter Is the discussion which has been raised as to the clause in thei existing constitution exempting re ligious and charitable Institutions such as churches hospitals aloea floral establishments and the likei from taxation in which other denominations as well as Catholics have a natural interest The Catholic Columbian In noting this and kindred topics on the tapis In this campaign which promises be a historical one says It Is interesting and reassuring to Catholics and all lovers of good governme and sound public morals that at thisof important juncture in the affairs the Commonwealth the office t Chief Executive of the State of Ohio Is held by a man whose splendid record both In public and private life Is a guarantee that the gre Influence of that high office will bes idiont Favorable action toward the higher Interests concerned in this matter of the amendment of the constitution Although Gov Harmon isa strictt Baptist ho is nevertheless a man of the broadest and most tolerant views In matters of religion and a sturdy champion of the rights ofr American citizenship irrespective ofr taco or religion From the Catholic point of view the Governor has ever astI official head of the State of Ohio been eminently fair just and impartial He has treated his Catholic as well as all other creeds and classesI of his fellowcitizens with great consideration and eminent fairne It Is not too much to say that the Is positively no State Government I in the country under which Catholics have been snore generously recognized than under the of Gov Harmon Responsible executive positions havo been given to many well known Catholic men of the State and It is a pleasure to be able to read that in no Instance has his favor been misplaced but that In every case Catholic employes have ably and faithfully cooperated wi him In making Ills administration one that the people ot Ohio are proud of and glory in FAMES IRONY Ate o dope 1igowlth much eremonyaHd in all the worlds eye statue ofpr area von jteubent W avelied at Mafdeburt Via1 blrt lace Ji lea the gift of tt- lLmorionaCongrew ke to Pru elIand them9eiar personally fractal t OMlon il anwhlieV near the Litt TlIlaceOf Hejnaen ia few Tbrk says the Chicago Tribune the grate if the mho kicked the do peind thus mIp thorn lick the British ta overgrown n with weeds Statues abroad are all very well as Disable symbols of international amity But real patri otic gratitude begins at home From Dublin comes word that rough draft of the home rule billl for Ireland has been prepared and Is ready for submission to tbe Cabinet It provides 50000000 to start the new Irish Parliament for which the Nationalists asked 76000000 This does not look like the Government was scared by thC threats of the Ulster Orangemen that Ireland would not realize the 1rafts of the victory won under the leadership of John Redmond and the Irish Parliamentary party 11The i St John Telegraph one or too leading Canadian newspapers pays this deserved tribute to Premier jLaurier The Liberal party has bred many great men but Prime bitnlstc Laurler has stood head and shoul1 holders above them all and though he has gone down to defeat he will I respectIopponents His honor remains un tarnished after a score of years contact with practical politics psThis week the Catholic Telegraph of Cincinnati celebrated Its eightieth anniversary an event without par allel In Catholic journalism in th- Is1country To Editor Hart and h excellent paper the Kentucky Irish American extends hearty congratulai tions hoping they may both beco centenarians The Right Rev John Clancy Bishop of Elphin now visiting thee United States says home rule tor Ireland will be an accomplished tnct within two years HEKNESSYDRISCOLL Popular Couple Given Big SendOff by Their friends Miss Margaret A Hennessy an Jerome J DrIscoll were united i marriage at St Johns church on nuptiald1 mass at 630 ceremony being performed by Rev Dr Schuh mann John M Hennessy a brother of the bride and Miss Katie Drls coll a sister of the groom acted as attendants The bride and brides maid wore white embroidered dresses the brides veil being of white tulle and she carried a bouquet of bridal roses After the cere mony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the brides mother Mrs Winifred Hennessy 1019 East Breckinridge street afto which the ihappy couple left for a tour of New York Philadelphia and other Eastern points The large crowd of friends and relatives who thronged the church helped toen liven the occasion by decorating the horses and carriage with ar printed streamers and cards and deptopetted to return about October 1 when they will begin housekeeping ntPROGRESS Is Being Made by Captain Dolans Degree Team tDIvialon 1 A O H heard encour aging reports of the progress bet made by Its new degree team under the leadership of Capt Thomas Dolan The team will be fully equipped and prepared for work for the next initiation to be held by DI- vIsion 1 and it Is hinted that Capt Dojans men will give an exemplification that will equal that of any team In the country President William Murphy was In the chair and announced that John Holden was seriously l ill but that Thomas Shannon was on the road to recovery It was voted that those awaiting the d gross be notified of the initiation be held by Division 3 on October 17 which members of Division 1 were urged to attend As a mark of re spect the Division adjourned early and proceeded to the residence ofr Thomas Keonan where prayers were recited and the final tribute paidI his deceased mother who through seher long life had been an ardent ad Anclerontl SWIFT OBRIEN Wednesdaony October 18 at 6 oclock St Louis Bertrands church will be the scene of a pretty wedding when James C OBrien will lead to the altar Miss Clara Swift the lovely daughter of Mr and Mrs John Swift Tho cere mony will be solemnized at a nuptial mass attar which a wedding breakfast will be served at the home sirtht ttofi ushers The bride and groom will spend their honeymoon in St Louis and the West and upon their return will go to housekeeping In a new and cosy home at Twentysixth and Greenwood Mr OBrien Is with the Sutcliffe Company and IB well known In Louisville business circles VlelalORliTJu VerYB4IToJ1tJtBork of Johiutowfl Vicar Riierer1 oft1H Nrheal whenleI he i 4irt Chiroet A Edel B Monvigna Boyle arrived from the EucbarteU t aai ropanied by iQIIluof edrg I 1 rXCi SOCIETYi 1 l11- a Miss Amanda Henry was last week I islParis I Miss Nora McAuliffe of Jeffer sonvllle has been visiting relatives In Indianapolis I Miss Ellen McCollum has returned after a two weks visit to Miss Belle Clarke of Buffalo ClIf1tonf I Frankfort her iformer home I Misses Helen and Elizabeth Malone of the Highlands left Monday to enter Nazareth Academy WtnlleaveII where they will make their home TAire Mary Strobel will entertain i the members of her card club next Wednesday at her home In Portland Mrs J Ford and Miss Bertha Ford of South Louisville will spend next week visiting friends tin St Louis Springof field were recent guests of Mr and iMrs W J McLaughlin In the Highlands Misses Bonita Murphy and Ger trude Chrlstman have returned 1o Nazareth Academy to resume theirs studies Mrs Newton Brunton of Clifton has been spending the week in Cin MrsmeCook Wells Dr Leo Kearns and bride havo re I turned from their wedding trip and will be at 1448 Fourth avenue for tho winter Edward Weitzel returned to Frankfort the first of the rweek after a visit of several days with friendsI In this city Hon Herman Newcomb and wifeI and son who have been spending th I summer in Europe are eapecte- home d today Mrs M J Kelly and Miss MaymeI Koch of Portland were visitors Iin odInjMartin McGee and wife accom panled by a party of New York rela lives visited Mr and Mrs J P Mc Gee at Now Haven Misses Katherine Glenn and Mar garet McDermott of Oakdale spent t last week at Lynnhurst as the guestsI of Mrs Joe Bywater I Miss Nora Newman who was theI weekend guest of her Thomas and William Newman hasI returned to her home In Frankfortt d i anaFriday for Bowling Green They will i also visit In Paducah before return- Ing I Martin Donahue and wife have re the1nY oftae loath of their brother Jeffersonl btcQueenII 7John L Sullivan announces the engageemnt of his granddaughter I Miss Anna May MoBrlde to Green Wood The wedding JamesIo I place this month I I Tuesday morning the marriage of C W RIley Jr and Miss FannieII peopleCovington of Stt Benedicts church In that city Kingoltgn marriage next Tuesday afternoon at St Columban church at 3 Rev Father Kalahor performing theceremony The wedding of Miss Hendy Rus sell Johnson and Charles Lee HamilI ton will take place October 14 at 1 oclock in Bardstown in the presence Tharl Mr and Mrs Henry Koenlg have weddingto of Koenig to Frank W Schupp whitL will take place Thursday morning + October 12 at 9 oclock at St Briglds church DIlbathwas solemnized Wednesday morn ChatletThey are a well known couple fro Colesburg this county Dr H D Rodman and Mrs Rod man will leave tomorrow for As land Wis to be present at the DRodmanwhich will be solemnized Tuesday morning After the honeymoon trip the bride and groom will como to theSeelbach I I ofThe ConIwhfi I hehomer I I StAugustineswhere both are well known and pop ular Rev Father OConnelJ willI officiate at the ceremony which will attract a gathering of friends of the IIrIdandrroomtTie 1 traMNtN4and WednYteYenl yetformed The brides only attendant lIitta Hie Mae Tohl lOn and Karl IJli i was the beat roan Following I marriage ceremony a reception relatives of Its sad Un Pan o NEW LODISYILLEi HOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN Kentucky Endurance Stakes This Afternoon SHAWNEE HANDICAP THURSDAYS- IX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 215 OCLOCK bridesIsister Mrs J W Scllman 1816 Bonnycastle avenue After atedays trip to Chicago and Milwaukee Mr and Mrs Pank will be at home at 2302 West Market street IOno of tho most Interesting of the many tall weddings will be that of Miss May McCarthy and Dennis J Ryan which will be solemnized at St Philip Nerls church on Tues day morning October 17 with a nuptial mass celebrated by tho Rev Father Ackermann The brideelect is tho accomplished and charming daughter of Mr and Mrs Patrick F McCarthy and a sister of Eugene Mc Carthy Mr Ryan is a son of Hon John Ryan and is well known and popular In business circles Both have a host of friends who tender their best wishes and hearty con I gratulations Ii lIE TALK Members of Mackln Counr ell Hear Dr A R Blzot Hundreds of members of Mackin Council enjoyed an excellent address delivered by DA R Blzot at the meeting held Monday night His ad vice was timely and Impressed his hearers who declared it was ono of the best talks yet heard in the coun oil hall Dr Blzot Is a pleasing yet forceful speaker who takes great iinterest in young men and his pres appred I occupied 0t chair and announced that another MondayIcampaign r more members and that the officersI and Eentertalnment Committee I enjoyablej Because of increased presentl gations Henry Kerberg was forcedI SecreMary I tofilltteat members there will be no con bot securing the largest number The Visiting CommitteesI JosephII Ina Schaefer unchanged Raymonds thickeI If ACTIVE JOIGIITS St Michaels Commandery Will Hold a Bis- Reunion I 103Knightse most active Catholic organizations In meotlnNedneadaqg s school hall Seventeenth and South gate mapped out a programme the will Keep the members going untilI the holidays William Wlttenauer presided and a cordial greeting wa accorded Rev Father Jerome who honored the meeting with his pres enceThe antenchurch the result of which kthe will be announced at the supper on Alderman andAndrew Smith committeeStMchaelssociety that BesidesthIsaminstrelthechurchAnnouncement chartqwould 1Ainresponsei ColoredLd o FederationInvitations for a Wednesdayswhich i being arranged for by AldermanFred Leezor Col Joe Breen and ColTheo Poppe galanIghtChairmanJeromeEdward J 11mJohn H Whallen ColJoe thegatherIngDreen e spreadh HAPPY DADDY One of the i LouisvUleday night the stork vIsited his home Sun 618 South Seventeenth Street andleft there whoWILLtomorrow by RevPatrIck Walsh The proud father i s wIth F B Green Jiorstman at Fifth and recolvlnraUonB of his friendsand keepIng open house 1n helot otthe little melds arrIval FRANKFORT FrankforE puont bfr and Saturday when anscantedT their ODonnelloIdfDonnellmost attractive young won FrankfortMr Cloys fs an stheof assurerefHo l Iez ndntlic9 t tinny- n F MEETING I n SPECIAL NOTICE We have received our Fall Importations of Prayer Books Rosaries and other Religious Articles Through careful buying we are able to sell these new goods at very low prices When you are down town drop around and see us JA TheoAe Rogers Book 418 WEST JEFFERSON STREET M1 BANNON P BANNON JR L1 VEENEMAN Pres 4 Mgr VlcePrea and Treat Secretary Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Aye Bet 9th and 10th j TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 take place on November 2 at the Church of the Good Shepherd l KNIGHTS OF CflfflilS e Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Cardinal Gibbons will be Invited to speak at the Discovery day celei bration in Washington Denver will celebrate Discovery day with a parade In which many organizations will take part Now Albany Council will ha well represented at the Institution of the council at Jasper tomorrow Milwaukee Knights will hold their Columbus day initiation and banquet In the Public Service building A weeks fair will beheld by the Knights of Providence for the new homo they will erect in that city Colorado Springs Council has re quested the School Board to cele brate Columbus day by closing the public schools for the day Louisville Council has planned a most fitting observance of Discovery attd tolloreIsouvenirIr Discovery day medals Will be die trlbuted In Boston on October 12 on the occasion of the celebration and dayrThirtyfour States now celebrate ho day on which Columbus disco v pendlnIni day In the District of Columbia Tho train for the Jasper initiation will leave Seventh and the River tomorrow morning at 730 This arrangement has been made for the Louisville Knights who will accompany Now Albany Council NEARLY READY The officers and committees ar ranging for the bazar for the benefit of the Catholic Womans Club have been doing extraordinary work an Llederkransclub was organized eight years ago and has been a home for deserving girls In the truest sense Any youngt welcometoligious beliefs The Advisory Boardl ODobertEJ Y JansingThomasWalsh AlSJacob Hubbuch General Manager GeneralChairmantommltteesThe grandsgROM FAR WEST MiyAnna arothePatrickFstreet They will be here for two weeks and will be the recipients of marked attfRUonDothare d 2withofColoradoJtI1JP QlNG I AtheHigblande1 girltoBland 2 II EUCHREWednesday BERTRAND HALL SIXTH AND OAK UNDER AUSPICES St Louis Bertrand Court Catholic Order of Foresters Pleasant Evening For Everybody COMMITTEE I Harry Fisher Or C A Edelen E E tanning THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Enbalmir TELEPHONE 365 All nightCunneen 1225 W MARKET ST MONUMENTS We are now receiving from Barre Vermont three car loads of Monuments for our spring trade 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cinnati In company with Bishop Far relly of Cleveland A committee of laymen and priests went to Cincinnati1 Saturday night and escorted him toI Lelpslc Ohio where another delegaI Lion met him In a special brought him to the city The streets over which the mammoth procession moved were lined with thousands of persons who stood for hours In the rain All the Catholic congregations and lay societies of the city with large delegations from Grand Rapids and Detroit Mich and Cleveland marched in review before Bishop5 Schrembs in the heart of the res- Idence district Bishop Schrembs was formally in stalled in his office Wednesday morning by Most Rev Henry W Moeller Archbishop of Cincinnati assisted by the Bishops of the arch diocese and attended by more than 400 priests The ceremonies took place In St Francis Do Shies church which has been chosen us the firsttl Cathedral of the new diocese GREAT EVENT Great Endurance Stalesi Will Be Run Today Col Matt Wlnn President Grain ger and Judge Price may well shakeI hands over the success of the falll lII meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club which in every way surpassesI any meeting over hold in Kentucky The weather has been ideal for the sport the horses classy and the fields well filled and thus far every race has been decided upon its mer its all of which has drawn big crowds dally This afternoon the Kentucky en durance stakes the turf event of the year will be decided In this race are entered the fastest Viand best horses in the country and grea Interest attaches because the winner I will bring to its owner a small fortune Besides this there will five other hotly contested races beII many of the fleetest horses of theI meeting entered A better I gramme has never been seen on any American track than the one ar ranged for this afternoon The meeting will continue all next ThursIdayI ages the Iroquois handicap will be run IIII- Ion Saturday when the meeting closes Both races will bring to the barrier as good horses as any who have yet raced here and will be fit ting crowning eevnts to this great meeting SPECIAL FOR KNIGHTS I New Albany Council Knights of Columbus has arranged for a spe cial train tomorrow to Jasper Ind en account of the institution of a council of the order at that place This will be the Catholic event of the year in Jasper and will be attended by almost the entire membership of New Albany Council who expect to be accompanied by large delegations from Jeffersonvllle andI Louisville For the convenience of those from this city the train will I leave Seventh and the River at 730 oclock and New Albany twenty minutes later The fare for the round trip will be only 150 New Albany Council has perfected every arrangement which assures a most pleasant day- LONG VACATION TRIP Mr and Mrs Jeremiah Kavanagh of 1346 Sixth street left Monday on vacation trip Mr Kavanagh one of the oldest employes of the L and N railroad having been given a three months vacation as a slight testimonial for his long services by his superiors Their first stop will be at New Orleans thence to New York by steamer from there to Bos ton Philadelphia Washington and other points of interest OATHOLIOFEDERATION The Catholic Federation will meet Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club and an Increased at tendance is looked lor Interest in the national convention lobe held here next year bas been growing and at this meeting reports will be made of the work done Since its organization the Federation has been watchful of Catholic interests and therefore deserves the united sup port of our Catholic societies THEY TAUGHT HERE Sisters Ignatia and Antonella of the Franciscan sisterhood who were formerly stationed here and are well knowfi to ninny in Louisville but for some time past at St Anthonys Convent in Syracuse left last week for the Hawaiian Islands sailing from San Francisco on Wednesday They are to teach In thels1andsby CENTRAL CO ranTTEE The regular monthly meeting of the Central Committee CJe of A I StMarysOJ1streetsnotified io b present a duty they owe their branch Th4 tifettoru to clandPreal4OEntp potMmeata tolpake n UNVEILED It- jj Bronze tatuo of Pnrn ell NowI Stands In Shckvilie Street Scenes of Enthusiasm in Dublin Like Thirty Years Ago Erins Green Flag and StarsI and Stripes Generously Displayed PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES PARADE In Dublin last Sunday the bronz statue of Parnell one of the final I achievements of the great sculptor August St Gaudens which has been I erected largely through subscriptionsI by American admirers was unveiled I by John E Redmond leader of theI I Irish Parliamentary party The scenes of enthusiasm were only par I theIunv lIng of the OConnell statue at the tposlte end of Sackvllle street I thirty years ago Richard Croker I who lent his support to the project accompanied Redmond throughout I I the days proceedings and the young and old chiefs received a stirring ovation which brought smiles to their faces A monster parade of patriotic so cieties formed In St Stephens Green and made Its way slowly through the mass of people at the north end of Sackvllle street where the statue was erected Some of those in the procession were In uniform and oth ers in plain clothes but all displayed some badge of loyalty Chairman Redmond and Richard I Croker brought up the rear of the j I procession As they reached the statue they had to make their way 1on foot so closely was the crowd I packed John Redmond was the I only speaker He paid a glowing I IIJJ tribute to Parnell Twenty years he I said seemed a long time to wait to i erect a monument to Parnell but fuss It not the Inevitable hour I A chosen hand guides us in the sequence of events What moment I I aretIbackIreland before the cause was tII submerged j I Mr Redmond declared there would be an Irish Parliament within E I twentyfour months and he advised his hearers to remember the chiefs words We can not spare a single bforIIAsI I cheer was raised The crowds accompanied by the bandspipes I bugles and rflfessang the h JllnsIEI ETheGod Save Ireland Not a sjnglo British flag flew in Dublin while the flag of Erin was everywhere with a generous inter mingling of American flags many ofswhich were carried in the proces slon RECENT DEATHS Pneumonia last Saturday caused the death of Mrs Mary Elizabeth Nolan wife of Timothy Nolan a baker of 1017 West Jefferson street at the age of twenty She was a native of Evansvllle Ind but had lived here for some years The funeral services took place Tuesday I morning at St Patricks church ands jfriendsj Following a long Illness of ItformerI the best and bravest firemen Louls vllle has known answered the final I summons Saturday night at the home of his sister Mrs Gerard Varilll 2313 Cedar street His funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Charles church a detail from the fire department acting as pallbearers hMrslate Michael Glenn and a former I highly esteemd resident of this city died last Sunday in Evansvllle at the I residence of her daughter MrsII Michael Klerce The remains were brought to this city and taken to I the home of her sister Mrs Winifred I Egan 1726 Portland avenue where they remained until the funeral Wednesday morning from St Louis Bertrands church The Italian colony of Louisville mpurns the death of Dominic I Gerard and Joseph Mazzoni who I were among our most widely known and highly respected citizens Though not unexpected tho news of their death was everywhere received with expressions of profound soVrow The funerall of the first named took place from the Cathedral on Saturday the other from St Johns church on Monday morning Both were largely attended SUPREME PRESIDENT COMING 1 District Deputy John J Score hasII received a communication from Sutpree President Leonard of the Cath olic Knights and Ladles of America stating that he will be in Louisville the latter part of this month the exact date to be announced later and as per arrangement wlth rScorecc will deliver a lecture to the mem J bers and their friends at Bertrand I Hall 4 I SHUBSRTS MASONIC j ru efIekert Goodmans comedy I Koth rnw111 be the Shubert Mapnlc offering for October 9 10 llTJae flay J1e declared be land r lIin it appeal to filial atSAC- rlttohr sad het alt ta far irons being tttretfe for Mingled among ttbs more earnIM1ghti1and i f HOLY NAME Bishop CorrlKans Invlta tlon to First National I Congress Right Rev Bishop Owen B Corrl ganiof Baltimore Archdlocesan Director of the Holy Name Society extends the following general Invi tatlon to the first National Congress of the Holy Name Societies which convenes in Baltimore October 16 and will afford an opportunity of witnessing the Jubilee celebration of Cardinal Gibbons Invitations have been sent to the RightReverendrectors to attend a special meeting arranged for them at the Holy Name Congress The local directors of all dioceses in the United States so far as a complete list of societies Is available were Invited to attend personally and to send lay delegates of their branches All Provincials of allerequestedIltoand priests attending the Jubilee celebration of His Eminence Car final Gibbons and all pastors chap jlalns and priests interested In or Contemplating the establishment of cordially1lnvlted InvltaItlons it is possible that some names have been omlttted There has been ono Intentional omission of any names above Indicated and If Individuals noicefvedthey will regard this notice as one cordially addressed to them nOME COMING Will Be the Feature of St Boniface Church Jubilee The oldest German Catholic parish in the city Is St Boniface which iwlll soon have rounded out full seventyfive years of its existence The first pastor was Rev Joseph 1896thegether and in April 183T the church was solemnly dedicated by Bishop ChabratSt iDonlface Is the mother church of nearly all of the German Catholic parishes of the city Aiesi GermanAjdlamondon November 20 to 27 at the new St Boniface Hall as an introduction otthq coming jubilee celebration A novel feature will be that on Thurs i day afternoon and evening Novem er 23 a general home coming ete will be tendered to all the for parlshI been invade in arranging for the bazarI which the various committees will to make surpass all that have preceded It MICHAEL COLLINS INJURED Michael Collins of 2017 Lytle head of the Ice firm of Collins A Sons was hurled to the street and seriously hurt his wagon was demolished and his team Injured Tuesday morning when a westbound car of the Louisville South ern Indiana Traction Company crashed into the rear end of the ice wagon on Madison between Brook and Floyd streets Collins was knocked from the seat and suffered cuts about the head and severe bruises about the body His son James Collins who was on the rear step jumped in time to escape in jury Collins was placed aboard car and taken to the station on Third avenue between Green and Walnut streets from where he was to his home in an auto His injuries are such as will confine him to his residence for some time NARROW ESCAPE j Henry Nitzken the well known saloonkeeper at 1224 West Walnut street sustained two fractured ribstt afternoon when his buggy hit by a refferson street car at Clay street demolishing the vehicle and throwing the driver to the street Nitzken was taken to his home 2511 West Jefferson street He was driv- Ing south on Clay street whop the accident occurred His escape was a narrow one and his friends hope hit injuries may not prove permanent SEWING SOCIETY MEETING Ap Important meeting of the Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Sewing Society has been called for tomor row afternoon at 3 oclock at the hospital and it is imperative that every member be present This so ciety has been growing in numbers antil now its meetings are interest ing in a number of ways PARISH SUPPER Rev Father Jerome and the peo ple of St Peters eongregaton are making preparations for mammoth supper the latter part of next month It will be the greatest affair of the kind yet seen in Louisville and the 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Newport R I made an excellent showing at the laying of the cornerstone of the new St Josephs church In that city Division 1 will have its candidates ready for the initiation on October 17 Every member should be pres ent to see the degrees conferred Louisville and New Albany mem bers should not forget the ball and reception to be given by the Jeffer Bonvllle division next Tuesday night County President John McCarthy of Syracuse has been appointed New York States representative on the National Committee on Irish his toryFollowing a progressive fortyfive party given last week by Dilvslon 1 of St Paul a programme of Irish songs recitations and Jigs was ren dered Division 4 will meet Monday night and the oflfcors look for a large attendance The programme for the coming initiation will be then announcedTom is making steady progress with his degree team When ready for work the members of the order will see an exemplification hard to equal The Ladies Auxiliary of Newport R I was honored by the presence of three priests Fathers Mahon Doran and ORourke at the Emmet memorial meeting Some of the local members should pay their brothers in Jeffersonville a visit once In a while They meet every first and third Wednesday In the Elks Hall on Spring street Division 4 will initiate a class theI last of this month President Hen t Limerickthard others struggle for the honor National President Regan visited Division 3 of South St Paul last week when one of the largest audi ences ever assembled in the City Hall greeted him and exMayor I LawlerThe members are still waiting for I County President Coleman to ar range a big amateur night compe tition between the four divisions It would certainly draw a record breaking crowd Ladies Auxiliary 3 of Indianapolis last week gave a delightful concert and entertainment in honor of Rev Victor J Brucker pastor fSt Pat ricks and his new assistant Rev Father FJtzgerald Adjt Gen John Rogers of the national organization reviewed the Hibernian Rifles of Providence at the annual field day and expressed himself favorably Impressed with the regiments showing All Hibernians are invited to the initiation to be held by Division 3 at Falls City Hall on Tuesday night October 17 President Coleman and his fellow officers promise a recep tion that will be long remembered The Hibernians of Chicago are very proud of their magnificent new building dedicated as it into the memory of Irelands illustrious martyr Robert Emmet and naturally havo left nothing undone to make the dedication which takes place tomorrow one o the grandest affairs in the history of the Irish race in that city Besides the Na tional and State officers His Grace the Archbishop of Chicago Bishop Muldoon of Rockford and many distinguished priests mid laymen both In Chicago and elsewhere will take part in the ceremonies WINNS MUTUAL WINNERS While handing out bouquets to the efficient management and officials of the Louisville Jockey Club As sistant Captain of Police John J Winn must not be overlooked Al ways courteous and obliging he has earned the good will of both horse men and patrons and is doing his share to make the name of Wlnh popular in racing circles After the fall meeting Mr Wlnn accompanied by his wife will go to Latonla and from there to Juarez Mexico for the winter racing season WALNUT THEATER The mystic world of red wagons clowns peanuts and sawdust and the big tent of a circus will be seen In Frederick Thompsons production of Polly of the Circus which will be next weeka offering at the Wal playcarriesthe sawdust ring and its accessories which Is usually more or lees prosaic And far from being romantic or senti mental there has been woven into it by its author Margaret Mayo a touching romance of love which Is forcibly and capably brought outI AFTER FQRgcr TBARS Kr Mary Cralr of Wotb Mark t- treetJeUerfHnvUthall the pleuI lire of a Tltlt lw1 V weeK from Right tjotPittabu1 Buobartftte CaaTi itt ptn InaaU r t SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday PresidentWilliam Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kins Recording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawle- rSergeantatArmsLouts Roller DIVISION 2 Meets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal nut street- sPresidentC J Ford Vice President Ernest Smith Recording Secretary William T Meehan Financial SecretaryJohn J KeaneyTreasurersJames Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meow First and Third Mondays Ilnotcenth and Portland PresidentD J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFinancial Secretary L Q Hes sionTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens SontlnelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertram Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reill- ySergeantatArmsWilliam Cal laghan Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION I JEFFERSONVILLB Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresldentJ G Cole Vice PresidentJ E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Itc Grody Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArmB rMlchael Gar ritySentinelThomas Gleason MarshalMIchael Noon y x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentSamuel L Robertson 1IIIce Presidents Joseph J Han cock AC Link AdaplBRecording Corresponding Secretary H Ker bergTroasurerW A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside SentinelPoAJidriott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart r I 0BrooklynSept 7 1910 everydayterla I consulted the best doctors in the City of New York who tried every thing but without result At lost I ialandtobeforenigfinishingg thenflrst- bottle I was feeling well because the fits disappeared I am very thankful and have confidence in the Tonic Mrs Adelaide Ullrich Mr Martin Hottnek Cataldo Idaho wasnt able to Bleep more than one hour In a night for three years he painsInsleepIncreasedIs very much pleased with the effect of the remedy A Valuable nook on Her FREE SamplebolUettents also get the ratdtdc Ire IortWayneKOENIG MED CO Chicago III 1 08 Lake StreetSold by DniffglrtJ at SllirDottl 6 for 55 Lug Size for SB The Bishop and Mrs Craig are old friends but they had not met for forty years HOPKINS THEATER The programme which the Hop kins Theater management aniI nounces for next week Is headed the Adele Blood company in a byII vaudeville playlet by Davis entitled All Rivers Meet at Sea Hopkins audiences will doubtless find decided pleasure in I the other attractions offered which I come from the best theaters of the country and are more meritorious than any seen here for many years past PANS WANTED MCLOSKEY It js unfortunate that President Grayson of the Louisville club was unable to secure baseballii McClosker to pilot the team next season his business interests in Butte Mont not permitting as It would have been the moat i move ever made with thel ipopularII Our John knows every angle of the IIIveloperI The ftaa were unanimous in the feleetedanddid belt to meet their wishes I i IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Coleraine Rural Council has approved of the erection of sixtysix laborers cottages Francis Leary of Miltown Malbay a farmer aged sixtyseven died suddenly while engaged In making hay The Rev M Hickey of Temple dlgnan has been appointed to Clon geon In place of the late Rev J LyngThe Rev Brother Athy Superior qf Christian Brothers New Ross has been transferred to Mount Slon Waterford Tho Cavan Urban Council has deg cided to take steps to Install a public and private electric lighting sys tem In that town John Cbwley Master of the Navan workhouse since Its inception died in harness at tho great age of eighty one years Tho late Master was widely esteemd- A potato of the UptoDate variety weighing two pounds fourteen ounces has been found by a farmer named Michael Knowles on his land att Ballyllno near Athy The great and continued heat has caused a shortage of water in the town of OHn and district The Olin District Council is trying to remedy this by procuring a supplemental supplySuicide while temporarily In sane was tho verdict returned by a Coroners Jury at Newry in the case of John Cochrane whose body was found hanging from a beam in hiQ own house A farmer named John Barden was killed near Mullingar in endeavoring to stop a runaway horse In a trap the property of Patrick Loughlin of Stonehlll the well known Irish race horse owner Grieving for the death of Mary CountyArmaghsioner Frances Haughey scarcely touched food and died It Is believed of a broken heart Michael Connolly of Balllnrobe while repairing the floor of the Iron bridge over the River Robe fell into the river and was In danger of rowning but his rescue was pluckily effected by Owen Malley of Balllnrobe Peter Coyle of Ballybay has been declared the winner of the Caruth up for the best kept farm In County Monaghan Coyle was the winner last year also In future under this scheme marks will be given for re clamation of land The body of an old man aged sixty years was found by fishermen in the basin beyond the Claddagh church ofMatthewgamekeeper who was vlstlng Salthlll for his health The longcontinued drought Is causing enormous trouble to the farmers for ten miles in every direc tion around Dungannon Lakes are dried up mlllraces have ceased to run and spring wells are almost dry The disease called redwater or murrain is prevalent Miss Mary Ellen OBrien the fit teenyearold daughter of Michael OBrien of Ballyconnell recently un earthed an ancient bronze coin con venient to where the collar of gold was found by McAvinue last year and for which he received a very hand some sum from the National Museum Dublin HIS LAST RUN The funeral of James P Kearns whose appallingly sudden death shocked his many friends took place Monday morning from Holy Name being nor James Kearns was for thirty five years employed by the Louis ville Nashville Railroad Company and at the time of his death was one of Its most popular engineers Sur viving him are his wife and six chil dren Sister Aline of Nazareth Jane Ella Rose Ruth and James P Kearns Jr The deceased was a man much bvlpved by his legion of friends because of his amiability and klndnesa of disposition To the be reaved family and bothers Is extended the heartfelt sympathy of all who knew him- AVENUE THEATER The Chief of the Secret Service- a live wire melodrama will be the attraction at the Avenue Theater next week The play is a new one and deals with the running down of a band of counterfeiters That butthisof the gang in evidence As it is tho story gives rise to many thrilling and exciting moments especially the rescue of the Chiefs daughter with a flying automobile which goes bigfeatureby tho well trained Zouaves A nice vein of comedy and an Inter eotlrig story run through the four acts Another pleasing feature are the specialties introduced during the action of the drama- CORNERSTONE LAYING The laying o ftho cornerstone of the new Holy Name church in South Louisville will take place on Sunday afternoon October 15 with all the splendor and ceremony of the Catholic religion Bishop ODonaghuo will officiate and a feature will be the parade of the Knights ot St John In full reps the Uniform Runic of the Cfttbonc Knights of America and the various church safeties A large numbs qf clergy and citizens will take par is the ceremonies his full program a will lla made public nextweek JASPER AND RTU7150 ROUND TRIPn1fQ Sunday OctoberVia Southern Railway ON ACCOUNT OF x Knights of Columbus Initiation Train leaves Louisville from Seventh and iRiver at 720 a m and New Albany from First and River At 740 VOX DONT KNOWHow good readyforservice clothes can be untilj you see ours Youll revise all previous opinions It youySuit or Overcoat 10 to 30 ASK FOR DAN I HENNESSY OR 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