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FJtl l t- u r I I C J- I c i IlI t Ii nixCI 3 rrt I I A 5 IRISH VOLUME XXVIINO 15 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 14 191 1 PRICE FIVE CENTS COLUMBUS The Life Story pi a True Gkri L than and Peerless Catho lic Navigator Discovery Produced Worst I Greatest Geographical Change Now Zai id Was Dedicated toI the Saviour of Man kind CAME OF LOWLY PARENTAGE The Southern Guardian of LittleI eCellent artcle onRock has an Columbus from the pen of Dr Vincent Faust a former resident of this city and tnember of Mdckln Counc l of Columbus froml and the Knights which we extract the following History has recorded many events that have made here and there changes of vast Importance but of those that affected the whole exist- IngI world two stand out most clearly 1 First the coming of God made man revolutionised ideaswhich coming and Ideals The second one that produced the greatest geographical that the world has everchange took place known was that which In October 419 years agotho land- Ing on the shores of a new world by that greatest of nautical heroes Christopher Columbus By those who seek to disparage Columbus great stress Is laid upon the proba bilities that others came to America before him Since we believe that all mankind found origin In Adam 1hisIs very evident that some one did discover America before Columbus Then we have the story of the Mound Builders but in latter years the con liens us of opinion Is that they were simply a tribe of cultured Indians Again we have the Norsemen with hazy records yet since they left no proof such as utensil cattle or other domestic animals and since the first 6f these records was written 200 years after the supposed discovery we have reason to believe with such historians as Bryant Welse and Beamust that there Is not a single Item In the evidence advanced to prove the presence of Norsemen on the soil of North America His was not a Journey of the North Pole type productive of no practical benefit to mankind but a Journey undertaken to put an end to the dif ficult and perilous voyage to India and though the new route was longer yet he hoped that more pro pitious seas would more than compensate for the length of the Journey and thereby eliminate the horrors and dangers of the African coast And how nearly correct were his calculations considering the knowledge and Instruments of his day for the proof will show that he was on a straight line to India But an Almighty Providence saw fit toI place an obstacle In his path and that obstacleAmerICahas proven to be of far more benefit to humanity than could have been the accomplish ment of a Journey to India Columbus like the majority of the worlds great men came of lowly parentage his father being a poor candlemaker but young Christopher was not to be bound to the making of small lights and hence he chose the sea for the display of hIs en orgy and made numerous voyages to all parts of the known world nor were his leisure hours spent In Idle ness or useless recreation for he used them for study In those branches that would better iflt him to take a commanding position In hisI profession Astronomy mathemat- Ics and geography he strove con tinually to master and It was In the pursuit of these studies that he was convinced of the earths shape and that a voyage to India by the west ern route was a possibility But ho was poor he must needs look to others for support Ho argued and gave his proofs to many without avail He was scoffed at and ridi culed as one mentally unbalanced his theories as the visionary vapors of an abnormal Intellect But after years of fruitless dndeavor he per suaded the good Queen Isabella of Spain to assist him though the court of Spain was bankrupt following the t wars with the Moors yet history tells us that so impressed was she with the learning and earnestness of Columbus thattbe pawned her Jewels In order to fit up an expedition His expedition sot sail froml Palos on Friday August 3 after Columbus and all his crew had re ceived the sacraments During theI voyage which followed ColumbusI called Into action all the attributes I of a truly great commander for heI had to deal with mutiny nostalgia and despair but he was capable of handling each situation as it aroseI until finally on the night of October 1 1492 Columbus saw in the dls lance a tiny light moving to and fro-I r rtlitt light which has steadily grown and grown until now Its radiance encircles the whole globe penetrating to innermost recesses dl plUng the gloem of tyrannical1 dafknees beckoning to every downtrodden Jpleand making light the path to a better and happier exist ease Jn thus our pwn free America r thae again duplicating that greatt light of Scripture which ld a people out of bondage late a laad of milk and honey But ColttMbtti fearful unwilling to trust his sight or Ito arouse false hopes kept his peace and early the next morning October 12 a sailor on the lookout saw land and the pentup hopes of realization gave vent In that glad shout of Land LandiI a shout destined to be echoed and reechoed to the pres eat time when thousands yearlY sight the Statue of Liberty and cry out Land Land of our dreamt I Land of promise That is what this larfd has been since that memorable October of 1492 What must have been the emotions In the breasts of those despair- Ing men and how much more intense must have been those of their con mander Joy and satisfaction at the successful culmination of his efforts gratitude to God who In so magnlf cent and singular a manner answered his prayers sacrifices and we arl told upon landing all threw themselves upon their knees kissing the ground and thanking a beneficent Creator while Columbus Jioldln aloft the manUbrlm of his sword fashioned as a cross christened the new found land San Salvador thus dedicating It to the Saviour of the worldAfter further explorations he returned to Spain for his reward He was received with open arms and his prowess extolled on eevry side But Columbus was not satisfied Again and again he visited the scenes of ibis triumph while his enemies were at work in the court of Spain and finally as a result of their intrigues Columbus was branded a criminal and brought back to Spain In chains where soon after the physical tor ments consequent upon exposure and the mental agony produced by the display of ingratitude made his soul long to break from Its confinement which It finally did on Ascension day in the year 1506 a fitting day for the death of the second liberator HOLE NAME Laying of Corner Stone 01 Another Handsome Church Tomorrow afternoon will mark the greatest event yet recorded in the Catholic church in South Louis vinethe blessing by the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue of the corner stone of the new and handsome Holy Name church being erected by the Rev John OConnor at Third and 0 streets Under the administration of Father OConnor the congregation has made phenomenal progress and the new edifice will long stand a monument to his zeal and energy When finished It will be one of the finest churches to the diocese Bishop ODonaghue will preside at the beautiful but Impressive ceremonies and will be assisted by large numbers of the clergy many of whom will be from outside tie city The sermon for the occasion will be delivered by the Rev G W Schuh mann D D pastor of St Johns churchAdditional Interest will be lent the cornerstone laying by the parade of the Uniform Rank C K of A the Knights of St John and the parish societies under the marshalshlp of Major Gen Michael Reichert and staff The parade will form at Third and Avery and headed by a platoon of police and the School of Reform and Knights of St John bands will march through tho principal streets of South Louisville to Third and 0 where the blessing will take place at 330 oclock RALLY NIGHT Knights of St John Are to EntertalnWednesdayNight St Michaels Commandery of the nights of St John one of the trongest in this section of the coun t11t has arranged for a rally night of Its members and their friends next Wednesday night in St Peters Hall eventeenth and Southgate streets The interesting feature will be the onferring of honorary membership on Col John H Whallen an honor estowed on only three others In the history of this commandery Col Joe Breen President Wittenauer and there have arranged an interesting irogramme at the conclusion of whichl there will be a luncheon and refreshment Alderman Fred Leezer will preside and It Is expected short addresses will be made by Rev Father Jerome relsser Hon Edward J McDermott Vllllam M Higgins Col Joe Breen and Joseph iConkling St Michaels ommandery has an excellent rec ord and it is intended at this rally to Inaugurate a movement that will ring Into Its ranks many new mem ers Several hundred invitations have been Issued and the committee predicts one of the largest and most enthusiastic gatherings in the history of Commandery 103 IuWATOHED- I Grant Kilkelly son of Mr and Mr Tames Kilkelly 1653 Prentice street was tendered a most delightful birth day party last Saturday evening In elebratlori of his nineteenth annl ersary The home was made beau Iful with decorations and colored lights and at the appointed time his godmother and godfather and lends arrived each eager to greet him with a remembrance for his Irthday Alter an hour of music and dancing he was presented with handsome fold watch T y Williaml MC Higgins on behalf of the happy arents At the close the many wets were Invited o the dining oojBj ffhfra a delightful repast WM ned Uf I DI ARE ROUTED Local Ticket Named by Democrats Assures a Glorious Victory Convention Most Harmonious Hold Hero Eor Many Years Great Outpourings Point Vay the People Are Going to Vote 0 REAR NOW ON THE RUNI If there ever was any doubt as to the result of the coming election In this district It was dispelled by Ithe convention hold Saturday and ithe tremendous outpouring that greeted Congressman Underwood Monday night The convention to nominate a local ticket was called to order In Lloderkranz Hall by Chairman Frcnk McGrath and proved the most cen thuslastio and harmonious of recent years Sheriff Emler was elected to preside and John Shea was chosen Secretary As was predicted In these columns the present excellent city administration was given a hearty Indorsement nearly all the men now serving In the Legislature and the General Council bolng nominated for reelection This means a big vote and a majority of at least 5000 for the Democratic ticket Following Is a complete list of the nomineesJudge Jefferson Circuit Court Chancery branch First dlvslon James Quarles STATE SENATOR Thirty seventh district Hlte Huffaker REPRESENTATIVES Fortyfourth districtLuther C Owings Fortyfifth district Charles H KnightFortysixth districtAdam Spahi Fortyseventh dlstrlctW J Kul Fortyeighth district Peter Lee Atherton Fortyninth district Wlljlam A PerryFiftieth districtWillIam T Me Nally Fiftyfirst district 7i Samuel L IlObeitstlnrr y ce i1 MAGISTRATE Seventh Magisterial district P T Sulllvant CONSTABLE Fourth Magisterial distrIctJohn1 JI Sanders Fifth Magisterial dlstrlst Will tarn R SteltenkampALDERMEN Dr John H Buschemeyer Fred chwenker B J Campbell Jr John M Clifford Joseph Overberg Fred T Leezer Samuel Leldlgh J Will lam Miller R Guy Parker C W chmltt James M Treasy George B Coder COUNCILMAN First wardWilliam P Graves and John Neuhauser Second wardCharles Mann and William Karst Third wardPoJ Flelg and Will- Iam M Booher Fourth WardJerome King and yen Schulman Fifth WardDanIel Coblens and T J Garvey Sixth WardJames Norton and tike Leone Seventh wardThomas Lawrence and Edwin J Parker Eighth wardT Jf Morrow Jr and Samuel W Greene Ninth wardDaniel B Coleman and M JV McDermott Tenth WardR D Thomas and A J Steiger Eleventh wardJ W Flood and C J Finnegan Twelfth wardB C Watson amen SandPARK COMMISSIONERS Fred Levy Dr Walker B Gossetl and Ben J Bfumlove Judge Quarles was presented tc the Convention and made a speed that evidenced his fitness for the Circuit Court bench and the wisdom oft the convention Tuesday night Congressman Un lerwood was here and addressed rt11 monster gathering at Hopkins rhea ter This meeting showed the way the voters will cast their votes and he futility of the Republicans rank ng any further nominations Chairman R H Vansant of the Democratic Campaign Committee hay sued a statement predicting Demo ratio success This is not the clam of a rainbowchaser who Is fooling nth himself and his party but is the rank opinion of a practical man who is in touch WIth every county ir the State and who can speak author atlvely of the work that is being lone The organization is the best that has been made In Kentucky ir many years It not only comprises old and new leaders but goes tnto every precinct ad enlists the suppoM of the rink and file which after all determines whether victory or defeat shall be the portion of any party Judge ORear who Is now on the run Is writhing under tho charger ifr Insjncerltytwhlch has been made In every section of the State and hick has been confirmed by ever WQrd he has uttered since hip nom nationM NGLAND8 THRKK PROVLNCES Toe JUftJetatod Inca reads fro R O M tkea wr that fxn ImportanIt L u a reorganization has been deck upon and a Papal bull will short be issued dividing England into thri ecclesiastical provinces with arch plscopal sees at Liverpool Birmingham and Westminster Two new dioceses will also be formed one out of a portion of Liverpool and the other out of the actual dlqce of Northampton with Its see In Cambridge Thu the great see of Westminster wll be considerably re duced as Instead of having fourteen suffragan sees as now It will have only four I LIBERTIES i r Always Safe When Con mlttcd to Catholic Hands Following an address by Gov Dlx ThomICatholic Governor of New York ias an exemplar of loyalty and liberty Archbishop John M Farley declared Sunday at the unveiling of a memorial tablet to cloy Donganat St Peters church that where the liberties of a people are committed to a Catholic their liberties ar safer than when committed to any other individual I would be derolfct the Arc h bishop continued If I were not to draw attention to this lesson from the career of the first Catholic Gov ernor of New Yorkcolonial it 1is true but we have never had another Why not a Catholic Gov ernor of New York again If GOD Dongan set the pace for the entire country In so many things if his spirit Informs the charter of New York today as It does and Informs also the fundamental features of the Governments of most of England colonial possessions today Why should we not entrust to a Catholl Governor the affairs of the State Iof New York some day The ceremonies attending the unveiling were most Impressive and were witnessed bya large and dis- tinguIshed gatherinsa I RECENT DEATHS By the death of Henry Deutscl the Church of Our Lady losses one of Its oldest and most devout members He was for many years a respected resident of Portland and Is mourned by iflve sons His funeral took place Monday morning wjth a solemn mass ol requiem by the Roy Father ConniffIThe funeral of Mrs Bridget Murphy beloved wife of John A Murphy 1237 Vmcehnes street NeW Albany took place Monday morning from Holy Trinity church of whit she was a faithful and respected member Besides her husband four daughters survive They are Misses Ida and Myrtle Murphy and Mrs Frank Genung of New Albany and Mrs A R Heltz of Springfield Ill After a lingering Illness borne with Christian fortitude Miss Annie Finn passed peacefully to eternity last Tuesday at the residence of her brother Edward Finn 916 South Fourth street Funeral services were held at the Cathedral on Sunday afternoon and were largely attended Miss Finn was well known and highly esteemed for her amiable die position her many unostentatious benefactions to the poor and her devotion to her friends Mrs Sarah Fahey aged sixtythree years widow of Tom Fahey died at her home 2817 High street Sunday morning She Is survived by three daughters Mrs Kate Buckley Mrs Martha Welsenberger and Mrs Mary McCoy and one son John The funeral was held from the Church of Our Lady of which she was a pioneer member Rev Father Con nlft officiating at the mass of requiem and preaching a touching sermon on life and death The funeral of Bernard Ivo Baete took place Monday morning from St Philip Nerls Ret Father Acker mann officiating at the solemn mass of requiem Graduating with honorsI from St Xavlers College the deceased was with the Louisville Pack- Ing Company till stricken with fatal typhoid ifever The young man wars protege of Father Ackermann and- y his eemplary life and happy dis position had won for himself a wide circle of friends who sincerely mour his untimely death Mrs Elizabeth OHearn widow of Morris OHearn died of the infirmi ties of age Sunday at her home 1833 Frankfort avenue after an illness of several months Mrs QVHearn was sixty years of age and was a native of Louisville She was a lifelong member of the St Frances of Rome church and had always been active In Its affairs Two sons and two daughters survive Rev Thomas White officiated at the funeral which was largely attended and paid high tribute to the life and worth of the deceased CHARITY CONTRACT The Floyd County Board of Com missioners has awarded a contract to St Edwards Hospital In New Albany for the cart of the countys charity patients for the ensuing year the contract price being 1500 For a number of years St Edwards Hospital has cared for the countys charity patients all of the charity wards frequently being filled with patients whose care would havfe been a drain on the hospitals re sources but for the donation This year the law required the Commls koaers4o advertise tier bids for this woykV and as MO otter uttblofk ii H9pltal itor41j5e WM reeived the contract was accordingly awarded IJ r lBAZAR For the Catholic Wonians Ohlb Will Begin Wednesday at Noon Worthy Charity That Dosorv Support ot All Christian People Earnestly Hoped to Wipe Out the Entire Deflrlt ot the Institution I THE COMMITTEES AND WORKERS Final preparations have been made y the ladles in charge In decorating the booths for the Catholic Woman Club bazar which will be held at Llederkranz Hall beginning next Wednesday and continuing forfour days ending Saturday evening The following are the committees 1InI chargePresidentC F Taylor General ManagerJacob Hut buchSecretary and Treasurer Al S SmithChairman of Ladles Committee Mrs John Buschemeyer- Executive CommitteeCharles F Taylor Chairman Rev Dr Schul manh Daniel F Murphy Dr JohnI H Buschemeyer B J Janslng M J McCluskey Thomas Walsh Al S Smith and Jacob Hubbuch PressJohn J Barry Chairman John Po Cassllly and Camden It McAtee Wheel Raymond T Barrel Chairman John C Graves M J Lovott Robert G Logan and John A SchnellLinen and Hand Painting Booth Mrs John H Buschemeyer Chas man Mesdames Charles F Taylor George Miller Sam Sttes Willlat Cawthon E J OBrien Minnie Bosche J J Score Mary Franks William Klce M J McClusky B F Pemberton Kate Newman S M Raffo Blanche Shelley Mary Win B Campbell Misses Katie Smith Rose Conroy Mary Conroy B Rear don Nettle Weber Rose Gault Margaret Campbell Mary Ross Honor Murphy Amy Kohlhepp Lee Me Clusky Aline Kohlhepp Margaret Hoertz Margaret Malone and Rose Wiest Bean Board BoothMiss BlanchI Gordon Chairman Misses Annie andl Elsie Burns Laura and MattieI Brewer Gertrude Lenton Lillie Gordon Catherine and Margaret Greene Marie Llnnoman and John Burke Refreshment Booth Mrs Henry Schimpeler Chairman Mesdames I Mary Cross Thomas Keenan CharlesI Smith Joseph Pargny C A Cur tin Minnie Werst Frank Geher AI S Smith Misses Elizabeth Moore Annie Curtin Catherine Rich Dorothy Margaret and Henrietta Bohm and Mae Hewitt Dining rm Committee Miss Myra Burns Chairman Mesdames George Smith George Netherland J P Dant William Callaghan C M Ferren Charles Crush James Smith Mary Canty Phil McGovern Edward Brady Misses Blanche Tierney Laura Davin Mesdames Lucy OCon nor Romeo Breslin Julia Ball Misses Rose Quinn Marie Mcrlmee Anna Filburn R Lanahan R Kast B Dowling Mesdames George Glass John ityan T P Tarpey Dan Coleman Charles Breckel David Welsh John C Graves and Frank Dugan Candy and Fish PondMiss Stella OConnor Chairman Mesdames W D Morris L F Meyer M Meyer Misses Louise Rademakor Mary Tlerney Dora Schildt Lucy Higgins Elizabeth Hayes Marie Coleman Irene Curran Loretto Tighe Lillian I Faust Laura Raffo Rena Eckert Elizabeth Lauter Mayme Schuh mann Louise and Katie Rose Dant Messrs James Perry W D Morris Eugene McCarthy William P Mc Donogh Dan Lawler LawrenceI Hackett and Leo Schulten InvitationDr P S Ganz Ed ward T Tierney and Roger Doherty Country StoreMrs P J Callahan Chairman Mesdames J Ralney J Galvin E TIerney E Egan J Kirwan W Price Frank Qeber Leo Sohuhmann William Solger William Pflngst Charles Jones A Whayne E Kampfmueller HA Kampfmuoller Frank Parsons M Smith Misses Mamie and Ida Bchuhmann Stella Buckley Mattlq Wehrley Elizabeth Schulz Ada Sutherland Annabelle Dufficy Flora Recfctenwald Virginia Watson Hon ora Murphy Alice and Elizabeth Hays and the following from New Haven Mrs John Wathen Misses Fannie Thompson Janora Rigulat and Loona Rapier- Refreshments Jack Shelley Frank McGrath F W Bohne and H Scblmpeler Meals will be served during the following hours Dirtier 1130 to 230 oclock and supper from 530 to 7 oclock The merits of this charity are so well known to the general public that it Is hardly nba assary to discuss them In these c lumps It is confidently expected by the workers and committees In charge that with ihe generous sup port and patronage they deserVo next ireek they wjll wipe opt the entire ebtof JlliOOO General Manager Tacob J Hubbuch has arranged an ifipetizlng Wanu for the four day iidji prepared to feed an enormous Browd Mr Hubbuch urges everyone JII0 U tl- d employed or located in the center of the city to arrange to take his or her meals for the four days at the bazar Miss Maggie Judge has assured the ladles that she will add 2000 to any amount raised over 5000 and this incentive has kept the workers going at top speed dur- Ing the last several weeks 4 I WELL DONE Capt Michael MInton Is Called to His Eternal Rewards Capt Michael MInton one of the best known figures on the streets of Louisville has gone to his eternal reward and will be seen here no more Coming to this country from Ireland at the age of seven this city had been his home for slty years Educated at St Marys College I ho joined the Union army and fought for the country of his adoption until wounded at the battle of Perryvllle Capt MInton afterwon was Lieutenant of police but for the past twentyfive years was engaged tn the practice of law and had been frequently called upto to preside on the bench Monday morning he dlel- at St Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where for some time past he made his home The remains were Drought to the chapel of Gran W Smiths Sons where they laid in state until the funeral which took place from the Cathedral members of the Grand Army of the Republic acting as pall bearers and honorary escort Capt MInton always took a great interest In affairs of the Grand Army of the Republic and was Past Com mander of the organization He sel dom missed an encampment and iIr this manner gained a wlda acquaintance throughout the country During the civil war he served In thQ Ninth Kentucky Cavalry was twit wounded In action and once was taken prisoner His wife who Was Miss Ellen Josephine OGrady died fourteen years ago and his only sur viving relative here Is his brother Capt Patrick Minton the retired fireman Capt MInton was a mar of generous and charitable Impulses and It was with profound sorrow that many learned of his death FOR ALL Will Ring the Bell Blessed Tomorrow For St Georges Tomorrow will mark an eventful day for the people of St Georges parish on Eighteenth street as at the solemn vespers at 730 oclock in the evening the Rev James P Cronin VG will bless the new bell and preach the sermon For this Important event the Rev Father Weiss and his people have made spe cial preparation and the scene will be one of dazzling splendor and the music will be rendered by an aug mented choir under the direction of Prof P A Stark with Mrs Stark presiding at the organ The cars on Eighteenth street pass the new and handsome church Just erected by Father Weiss whose good work Is waving effect in that section of the cityThe bell which will ring for all- s one of the sweetest toned yet turned out by McShane Co the famed Baltimore boll founders It weighs 2060 pounds exclusive of the mountings and is valued at approximately 1000 It will be soon placed in position and Its notes will be welcomed morning noon and night in all the homes of the parish Rev Father Weiss has done much for the people of his congregation and has reason to be proud of this latest achievement CANADA May BertefItThrough Inter national Colonization Society Back to the land Is tho slogan of the International Catholic Colonization Organization of America recently formed with the aim of reliev- Ing the congestion in crowdedcities ot the United States and Increasing the population of the agricultural communities of Canada and the United States says a dispatch from Winnipeg Man It is the Intention of the association to bring people not only from the United States but also from various parts of Europe colonizing them into Catholic com munities where opportunities are of fered them to attend church and school Of the immigrants to the United States from Europe accord ring to tho late United States census reports 300000 are members of the Roman Catholic church A locality In Western Canada has been Inspected and approved by the heads at the International organization eX- tending along the Canadian Northern railway from Watson to Dana Sasketchawan Including several thousand acres CARNIVAL TUESDAY A carnival will be held next Tues day at Trinity Council club house nder the auspices of the Young Ladles Sodality DfSt James hurph The decorations will bq gorgeous and many attractive booths rill be presided over by bevies pf mug girls in fancy dress costumes The receipt of the evenlur Will go to swell the building fti dorltl- am sew church of which the Rev larl Wlllett lt paHor n i n r c y J JUBILEETh A Baltimore Is Now the Center of Catholic Activity and4 Interest Cardinal Gibbons Celebrating Silver Anniversary His Elevation Began Saturday With Presenta tion ot Handsome Silver Service WILL CONTINUE NEXT WEEK Baltimore Is now the center ot Catholic activity and interest for the people of this country because of the goldenJublleesilver anniversary of the Cardinalate beganlasttheHolyUnitedStatos celebration office of Mayor Preston there gath ered last Saturday Baltimores lead Ing business and professional men and the executive branches of the municipality In the presence of this great throng the Cardinal was pre sented a silver service said to be the handsomest and one of the cost liest ever given an Individual In that city Those In attendance Included Gov Crothers Mayor Preston and many representative citizens of the city and State Mayor Preston presided at the presentation as Chairman of the tes timonial committee named to obtain the silver service for the Cardinal In honor of his dual jubilee The Mayor also presented to the Cardinal a book containing the addresses of President Taft former President Roosevelt and other famous men who took part In the civic demonstration last June This book was bound In red leather and contained auto graphed photographs of President Taft former President Roosevelt Vice President Sherman Ambassador Bryce Senator Root and others The Cardinal in his addres of acceptance referred feelingly to the part taken in the civic demonstration by Bishop Murray of the Protestant Episcopal docese of Maryland The next Important event was the laying of the cornerstone pt the Cardinal Gibbons Memorial Hall at the Catholic University Washington on Thursday This hall Is a tribute of the people of the United States to Americas only Cardinal in commemoration of the completion of the double jubilee At this ceremony wele present the hierarchy of the United States besides hundreds of Catholic laymen from many parts of the country Yesterday there was a meeting of the Trustees of the Cath allc University which was presided over by the Cardinal Tomorrow the monster ecclesiastical demonstration will take place in the old Baltimore Cathedral Here ivlll be assembled the leading Cath oUc church men of this country Canada and Mexico Monsignor Dlo nede Falconlo the Papal Delegate nrlll represent the head of the hunch A solemn high mass at which the Cardinal wll pontificate vlll be celebrated at 1030 oclock A procession will form In Calvert tall College ard In line will be the visiting Archbishops Bishops Mon ilgnorl Abbots and priests representing every part of the United totes The proceslon will march o the Cathedral and as It enters a spe slal hymn written for the occasion a vlll be sung A musical programme of great solemnity has been arranged His Grace the Most Rev 3r J Glennon D D Archbishop of stI Louis will deliver the sermon Following the mass a banquet will be served at St Marys Seminary Those who will respond to toasts are Consignor Falconlo Archbishop Ireland Bishop Donahue Archbishop Parley Archbishop Bruchesl Archbishop Jose Monte de Oca Mexico Consignor Shahan and Bishop Maes In the evening there will be solemn vespers In the Cathedral at which Consignor Falconlo will preside Archbishop James H Blenk of New Orleans will bo the orator of the oc aslon The following day October 16 the Holy Name Congress which Will draw thousands of men from nearly every city In the country will be convened It will bo addressed by Cardinal Gibbons At 3pm hero will- se a grand parade of at least 20000 men in honor of the Cardinal Tuesday the Holy Name meetings will continue there will be social enter= laments and trips a dinner to the ordinal at Notre Dame College and ai reception In the evening Thurs lay will take place the childrens elobratlon f yALKS AGATtf Friends of EdWard J Schranz are pleased to see him again with ilie M S Moses QlotlUng Company tatter being confined to his home for a month with a sprained ankle DEATWhQSS AWJfUll The centufi just taken In Italy re veal thy dreadful fact that 70000 xsrone retfe buried la tine ruins of tawlaa on tee raernlag oPt earthV sake 1 J Ti ti 0- r J AMEJitIOAN4ir NTUGKYIRlSnflMeRlGftN An Nl tWStd eel filer+t AIlollrl k r ad Caikelloi Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order01 Htbernlane Young Mesas IniUtut and C thoHc Knights of America Tr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN MINTING CO laeorpointed Puhll Ir MJ1SCRIM10N PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc hUr4 lit tin LMttrHl1 Pte19ei SrceedCluA nattarIiMreM ill CleoIeni tUte KENTUCKY IRISH AME8ICAN 31921 West Greet St H I RAMS N- IABfN COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY OCTOBER 14 1911 DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For United States Senator OLLIE M JAMES of Crittenden For Governor JAME3 B MCREARY of Madison i For Lieutenant Governor EDWARD J MDERMOTT of Jefferson For State Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA of Logan For Auditor HENRY BOSWORTH of Fayetto For Attorney General JAMES GARNETT of Adair For Secretary of State C F CRECELIUS- of Pendleton For Superintendent of Public In struotlon BARKSDALE HAMLETT of Christian For Commissioner of Agriculture- J W NEWMAN of Woodford For Clerk of Court of Appeals R L GREENE of Bracken O EARS THREAT Judge ORear said that If It was necessary he would keep the Legls laturo in session two years unles they passed the laws he wants passed Ho probably forgets that the General Assembly can adjourn when It pleases and that the calllni of that body to a special session and an immediate adjournment several times would cost the State a world of money and maybe result in noth ing The Judge should remember that old saying You can lead a horse to water but you can not mak him drink OENTUIIV OF PEACE Senator Root has made the suggestion that when a hundre years of peace between the United States and Great Britain have elapsed the event be signalized by L five minutes of silence over all the lands which fly the lion or the Star and Stripes During this period not a wheel will turn or a stroke of business be done Through all the p vast empire of the English speaking race men will pause In their affair to ponder the great thought of peace The Chicago Tribune favors the suggestion and says those who re member how Impressive was the pause decreed at the funeral of President McKlnley will realize thi force of such a plan But the exac time will have to be settled by arbl trary rule Unhappily the war of 1812 stopped constructively before It did actually Fifteen days after the treaty of peace was signed Pakenham made the fatal mistake of attacking the redoubtable Andy Jackson at Now Orleans There were no cables telegraphs or wireless In those days So we shall have to determine whether the century closes December 24 when the treaty was signed January 8 when the last battle was fought February 16 when the treaty was ratified by the United States Senate February 17 when It was approved by he Presi dent or February 18 when proclamation of peace was made and the treaties were exchanged By all means make it January 8 and honor Jackson andThis men whoso bravery and victory brought the peace that England would destroy LAWYERS AND JUDGES Gov Foss of Massachusetts Trtio Is tho Democratic nominee for re election has the right Idea concern ing the judiciary Speaking of the appointments made by him he voiced the following sentiment which would bring do the bench I only Judges who will command the oonlldeaee ot All etaSMfl I Vets ohai aothlnr to do with e Jibe appointment of Judges that e1 c bAraponeible duty tlat Ias c inferno of MH ehBHtU JMV had f releria MYealy tout was tog I U give Massachusetts a great Chief Justice All the Judges and lawyer were agreed that Judge Rugg was the best man for that high position but before I appointed him I read through a number of his decisions and satisfied myself not only as this t great ability as a lawyerhe Is a fearless and impartial Judgebut that he had In him the milk of human kindness which so man Jurists lack I want the Judge- saplolntand I out of twentyseven I1 it has fallen to my lot to appoint nine besides the Chief Justice and a Judg of the Superior Courtto be men who undertand the conditions undo which the great majority of workers live men who will do more than merely interpret the law men who will do exact and even justice between the rich and the poor the strong and the weak There are too many Judges In this country some of them very able men who have beeii all their lives in the employ of great corporations and who owe their elevation to the bench to the political Influence of their clients This Is Democratic doctrine whit all Governors might well observe and thereby restore that respect for our courts sadly lacking almost everywhere HEATING PROJECT The steam heating project of the Kentucky Electric Company ex plained in another column is om that commends Itself and will doubtless meet with the approval of the i general public That the fire insurance rates of the entire downtowi I business district will be lowered by the project for the furnishing or steam heat was the statement made j by W W Boomer Secretary of the Fire Underwriters Association He said that naturally when heat IiIs furnished from the outside ofai building Instead of the Inside there is less danger of a conflagration Mayor Head also reiterated his ex pressions In favor of the franchise being granted Steam heating would almost entirely abolish the smoke nuisance in the business district and be beneficial in many other ways In our opinion the sooner thp franchise Is granted the better It will be for Louisville The taxpayers of Louisville neve had a better ticket to vote for than that named by the Democratic con ventlon The knowledge that for the next two years the business interest of the city will be faithfully and honestly conserved should result In a tremendous majority for McCreary McDermott Quarles and everyman on the ticket ballot which this yea will be voted straight I Ithe election takes place thre weeks from the coming Tuesday Do- a little work each day for Mc Creary McDermott and the entire Democratic ticket This will not only arouse your own enthusiasm but that of your neighbors and the friends of good government I ICardinal Gibbons Jubilee celebra Lion this week was a great demon I titration of Catholic citizenship ti the people of Baltimore and the country GRANITE SHOWER Friends and relatives of Miss Carrie Swift and James C OBrien asembled In large numbers at the Swift home on Sixth street Monday night and tendered them a granite shower in honor of their approaching marriage announced In these columns last week Among those present were Messrs and Mesdames John Swift Sr Richard Hitter Thomas Finegan Mesdames Edward O Hearn John Pitts Joseph Kaolin Misses Carrie Swift Anna Broderick Mamie Held Agnes Fal IMarYCaln and Mary Moran Mar garet Lucy Ella and Madge Mooney Mary Kinney Elizabeth OLaughlin Minnie Mallback Hanna Malla Mamie Coleman Elizabeth Welsh Anna Kelly Anna and Hettie Howard Birdie and Anna May Mooney Ada Schultz Alma Cole Irene Stack Mamie Della Sallle and Helen Swift and Messrs James C OBrien Dave Welsh Tom and Willie Brod rick Mike Fallon Hugh Swift and Joe and Jim Cain- EUCHRE AND LOTTO The ladles of the Altar Society of- 8t Michaels church will entertain their friends and members of the congregation with a euchre and lotto party Tuesday In the school hall on Brook street between Market and efferson As quite a number of andsomo and desirable prizes will e awarded the ladle hope for a nod Attendance The proceeds will ei devoted to works of charity I f n Y r SOCIETY Miss Virginia Hlegini efthturI day to visit friends in Chicago Miss Lena Bowling was last weelk the guest of relatives at New Haven Mr and Mrs John Connor Were recent visitors to relatives at New Hope Henry Pasllck has gone to West Baden Springs for a season of rest and recreation Miss Grace Burke of Oakdale lert last week for Cincinnati where she will spend the winter Mrs Hugh Martin Burnett avenue has returned from a visit to relatives at Greenville Miss Margaret Conroy of Clifton left last week to visit her sister Mrs Floyd Burns at Lexington Mrs John A Wathen of Lebanon spent last week with Mr and Mrs James Wathen In the Highlands Mr and Mrs Eagan M Bigley and sister Miss Florence Holllhan have taken an apartment In the Kentucky Mrs Ruth Maloney has returned from New Haven where she visited her daughter Mrs Joseph Pottinger Mrs John Shanley of Indian apolls is the guest of her sister Mrs W J Receuver 1203 Elken avenue New Albany John Lubbers John P Oetken and Chris Grote have been away this past week on a fishing trip in South ern Indiana The everbusy stork left a little baby girl this past week at the horn of Mr and Mrs William J Chawk 1043 Sixth street Mrs Anna Couchman of Park View spent the past week in Nort Vernon Ind visiting her sister Mrs P Sinner and family Miss Katie Carmody of Lines Mill was this week the guest of Misses Katherine and Mabel Weave at their home on Walnut street Mrs Fred Hang and children who have been spending the summer iIn Ireland sailed Thursday from Liver pool and will arrive In New York next Friday Attorney F Hunter Burke and wife and son visited relatives and friends in Washington Ind last week His father Matthew F Burke Is President of the People Bank there Mr and Mrs James Russell announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Allie Russell of this city to Dennis Bocard of New Al bang The wedding will take pla9 some time next month Mrs Mary Shea of Memphis who Is visiting her cousins the Misses Shea 419 East Fifth streetNeIV Albany and has been suffering froi an attack of malarial fever is re porteU as almost fully recovered The Social Clerks an organization of young men connected with the leading stores of the city will en tertain their friends with a selec dance Monday night at Utopian Hal that promises to be a delightful affair Mrs Andrew Connell Jr of Kansas City is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs George B Schrader Parl Place New Albany She will re main In the city until Christmas when she will go to Denver to join her husband who holds a position with an Insurance company and hai been transferred from Kansas City to that city The wedding of Miss TIllie M Prechtel and Joseph Henry Kauff man was solemnized Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock at St Martins church Father Bohlson performing the ceremony which was followed bj a reception at the home of the brides parents Mr and lifts Thomas A Prechtel for the bridal party and relatives Mr and Mrs Thomas Edolen announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Sallye Bernadette Edelen to Edward J Murray The wedding will take Place October 26 at St Frances of Rome church the Rev T W White performing the ceremony The couple will leave Im mediately following the ceremony for South Bond Ind where they will reside No invitations have been issued Miss Katherine M Delaney a popular young lady of the East End and William flyers a well known attorney were quietly married on Thursday evening of last week at St Louis Bertrands church the Rev Father Parent performing the ceremony A reception followed at the Beelbach after which the bride and room left for a trip East They will return October 21 and libathome to their friends at 1127 South Sixth street MOURN HIS DEATH Louis A Hcnchoy aged seventeen ears died late Wednesday night at the home of his parents Mr and- re P E Henchey 947 South Fifth treet after a short illness He was a member of the senior class in the lalo High School Besides his parents he leaves two brothers Morris apd Paul and pne sister Miss Anna Frances Henchey all of Louis lie The funeral was held Friday anilwas attended by a largo con Icoursaof friends who sympathize with the borpaved parents i THE DATE SET The Cathedral at Lincoln Neb 111 be dedicated on December 8 the east of the Immaculate Conception Jt Is one of the handsomest church liflco IB the West k i- C PUBLIC RV- f3EFAVOP1 DE IRANT Bt e Io Property Owsasf tf lon theSitWi i J Mayor and iieralCunclltetl TrWant To Rid Business District r V tof SmokoiNuisance r i ilii i Hotels Office Buildings Mer chants Join In Request VERY POPULAR FRANCHISE I The popularity of the proposal of I the Kentucky Electric Company to supply steam heat in the central dls trict of the city thus eliminating the I use of many private plants and getting I rid of the smoke nuisance to a large extent was amply demonstrated as far as those Immediately affected are concerned by the sig natures to a petition which has been presented to the Mayor and the Gen eral Council The petition which asks that the ordinance Introduced at the instance ot the company in tho lower board of the General Council Thursday evening be passed and the franchise providing for the manufacture and sale of steam heat be created car ries 243 signatures representing theI almost unanimous opinion of prop erty owners or tenants along the lines laid oqt for initial service in favor of the project LARGE TAXPAYERS WANT IT Analysis of the list shows that many of the largest taxpayers in the city want central station heating service and that the Innovation has the support of some of the most 1m portant mercantile establishments in the city This Is explained largely on the ground that merchants especially those carrying large stocks of delicate fabrics have been compelled for years to charge off annually a large sum for depreciation caused by smoke and coal dust which fills the atmosphere as the result of the operation of scores of private heating plants in the downtown district Six teen dry goods stores and ladles ap parel establishments have evidenced their favor of the measure ALL CLASSES FAVOR FRANCHISE The trouble and expense of main taming a large plant and supplying service to many tenants Is by rip means inconsiderable Thus the plan to supply centralstation heat which it Is asserted Is not only more satisfactory to the owner of the building but to the ultimate con sumer has appealed to owners ot office buildings eleven of whom have signed the petition Seven restaurants and nine hotels are in cluded in the list while ten mens furnishing goods stores and ten tailors have said that they want the franchise made effective Ten printers are shown on the list as well as eighteen real estate men Nine shoe dealers and thirtyseven other retail establishments are rep resented by signatures to the petl Lion The opinion of bankers on subjects ot general Interest is conceded to be good and for that reason the fact that six heads of banking houses have signed the appeal to the city officials is of interest Practically all of the large mercantile houses along the lines are on the list sixty one wholesalers being included There are fortyfour names which could be listed under the head of miscellaneous Indlcatlsg that the support of the measure on the part of business men Is by no means con fined to a few Interests EVEN COAL DEALERS SIGN It might be thought that the meas ure would be strongly opposed by coal dealers who are now supplying fuel to the establishments which would be served by the proposed plant This opinion Is contradicted however by the fact that coal men have placed their signatures on the petition not to mention others who have verbally stated that they favor the measure Those who are working for the passage of the franchise ordinance are greatly encouraged by the show Ing made by the petition which they Insist shows that the value of the proposed Improvement is appreciated by those whom It Is Intended to serveHOW PETITION READS The petition Is as follows The Mayor and General Council of Louisville We most respectfully petition you to create by ordinance a fran hise to be sold at public auction permitting the distribution and sale of steam heat through the congested justness district from a central plant The multiplicity of chimneys In this territory belching dense smoke soot and coal dust is directly re iponsibie for big property loss an lually great injury to all kinds of wearing apparel and housengs and Indirectly the cause ofImany diseases of the nose andI throatIThe ordinance we suggest would ermlt the discontinuance of thejj ise of these chimneys and assist I atonally In tho movement looking to BeautlfulTThe names of business men and firms signed to it WHERE IRISH LEAD tt 1 In a recent address Monsignor t Shahan of the Catholic University i declared that the Celtic race had e more than any other supplied school maters for the schools o the II- world s1 v u U NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEYC CLUB AUTUMN MEETING IROQUOIS HANDICAP TODAYS EVENT Last Day of Most Sensational Race Meeting on This Continent SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 215 OCLOCK KNIGHTSi OP COLU I USa Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The council at Riverside R I has a class of forty awaiting the third honors The National Board of Directors has added another district to Rhode island making seven In all for that little State Church and State were represented at the Little Rock celebration Right Rev Bishop Morris and Gov Donaghey responding to toasts Chicago Knights are arranging to bring the 15000 memborssln Cook county together by having a three days retreat beginning October 28 The Knights of Loogootee Ind held a fall festival and horse show this week Thursday they dedicate 1 their handsome new threestory building Columbus day was fittingly observed at Frankfort There was a large gathering of Knights in the evening when an eloquent and patriotic address was delivered by Father Flynn followed by an en- Joyable smoker The Discovery day celebration at Indianapolis consisted of an informal banquet at the Claypool Hotel Hon Addison Harris exMinister to Austria and Hon M E Foley two ol the ablest orators In Indiana ad dressed the hundreds of Knights and their ladles MEMORY WILL LIVE Johnnie Martins Sudden Death Leaves Many- Mourners The many friends and acquaintances of Mr and Mrs Albert F Martin of 432 East Gray street were deeply grieved to hear of the dent pff thelrson John Gray Martin which took Place Thursday morning at 10 30 oclock after an Illness of several days although not having been healthy or robust for the past year Johnnie as he was know toall made friends both among the young and old His amiable ways kndfcver present smile endeared hit ttthosS he came in contact with and although his span of life was but short and fleeting the memor of his good qualities and loving ways will live with them forever He was seventeen years of age and a grad uate of St Johns school being also an altar boy at that church Be sides his father and mother he iIs survived by six brothers and one sister Frank Theodore Albert Warfleld Benjamin Bertllle and Mayme The funeral takes place from St Johns church this morning at 9 oclock with Interment In St Louis cemetery ENJOYED Mackin Council Trents Its Members to a Novel Smoker Members of Mackin Council Y M f enjoyed a novel smoker Monday night when after n quick business session those present were treated to a plentiful supply olcorn cob pipes long green tobaccoandstogies The large hall was f11ed when President Robertson assiuned tagi chair and In stalled E B Dillon as Corresponding Secretary Joseph Gathot and J J Schuler were reported Improving but the condition of Conrad Schaefer was announced as quite serious PresldentRebertaonannounced that the council had arranged to have Judge Sam Boldrlck address the members at the jMeetlng next Monday night and Dr An Blzot will deliver an address on Monday night October 23 Both talks will be of interest to the members and should attract a large attendance It was stated that progress was being made In the campaign for members which makes certain a nice class for the next initiation Chairman Link invited all members to the dance of the Social Club an Thursday October 19 The series thus far has been well attended and point to a most successful fall seasen NOTABLE VISITOR Mrs T P OConnor wife of the Irish Parliamentary leader who has been spending tho SUDutl rat Warm Springs arrlveeij week toe the guest oftiliinl1Mneti Howard ind Mr W B p1i jBVfIttaelr home on the river oMfKr OConnor tame to attend UMT ewal Suffrage onventlon as akaayAaltaa much iterest In the moMMwt i JJSagland GONE rm Miss Catherine Siiffjr seventy three years of agf dM4 suddenly Wednesday night AtifokiiZlHmm of her nieces Miss AnM KMiwNw and Miss Blanche Carr llllfi wMrJec nid street of an atttSk riiMMigIa of i been1failingI rhem she suffered from L attackof t I FALL DRESS GOODS o i i IN- ii Every Desireable ave1 Plain or Fancy Suitings There are 200 pieces of these in all the new autumn shades This is a splendid material for misses school suits or for street 50cwear per yard- Scotch Mixtures All wool 56 inches wide this material is shown with all the bright nib yarn mix tures and there are 25 dif i 50select1I After Heather Suitings All wool inches wide in all the beautiful color combinations navy and gray 00per1 Thelma Cloth All wool inches wide this is beautiful lightweight material for fallonepiece gowns comes in the shadeskings blue tan gray garnet green brown andnavy per 1 yard I U HERMAN STOUS SONS FOURTH AVENUE MOWOWfO MARKET STREET 1411lNIt11N NNNNNNAINNNfNNNNNONNr 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 The Chas A Rogers Book Co 418 WEST JEFFERSON STREET oJ 4 1911 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1911 JAMES QUARLES u DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR Judge of the Jefferson Circuit Court CHANCERY BRANCHFIRST DIVISION 1911 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1911 SAM L ROBERTSON Democratic Nominee For ReElection For REPRESENTATIVEFift- yFirst Legislative District Comprising Eleventh and Twelfth Wards KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING 321 West Jefferees- loulsrllle ra I8 51 The Last Dollar W IIIILtyou spent for something you did not NEED would hove started a iI ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR I must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the I dollars you are wasting might keep that time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank I and Trust Co WIFifth and Court Place nOpen Daily Until p m Saturdays Until 7 p th LC =B = W grip eating dinner she complained of a pain in her back aid a physician was summoned An hour after his departure she breathed her last Miss Duffy was I native of Cleveland but moved to Louisville twenty years ago residing I MlssesdlGarr I i a a 44 of 44 a all new OC t hard 3 Ii ing nieces Mrs Kate Costlgan Mrs Sarah Meehan and Mrs Coulee Pllson The funeral was held yesterday morning from St Louis Bar trands church the following grandnephews acting as pallbearers Frank Robert Clifford ernd Walter Pilson Barry Meehan and Joseph Conkllngr r- II u nmm nb- a 0 t i t a 7 c 4 TUOKY e z uD u 11 n j 7t j BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kt w 1 I D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Antwirid Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREETI l t II t I II III I III 1111 t I u r I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 I J J BARRETTS SONSV FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Main Street Oran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice r 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 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Family delivery will be satisfactoryWe ice for all occasions and in any quan tity Both Phones 2- 97AMERICAN and Storage Co iiIce INCORPORATED Pearl and Floyd Street Catholic Order of Foresters Oreatest Catholic Fraternal Insurance Order in the World Members in Good Standing 150000 Death benefits paid fIee organized 1 3852000 JOIN How WM CALUINAN State Organizer 2710 W Jeff HENRY flUNOLD BKAIaU IN Staple and Fancy Grooms A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whtskiea a Specialty fetnrt4iM 524 W1 WALNUT JLBrownMCoJ STIEngineer and Contractor STBAMandHOTWATLRHEATJNQ Dont Build Without Suing Me HoawPfcoaeTSM n 1 O Q WIDESPREAD Was Celebration of Dia covery Day Anni versary The celebration of Landing day and the one hundred and nineteenth anniversary of the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus was observed With patriotic and religious spirit in nearly all the clUes and States of the Union last Thurs day Half a million Chicago people j witnessed an exact reproduction of I those historic Incidents surrounding the voyage landing and discovery of America by Columbus the great pageant ending at Jackson Park In Boston there was a great parade after the religious services and in New York City the demonstration was one of the largest and most varied viewed In recent years Columbus day has been declared a legal holiday In twentysix States and in every one the Knights of Columbus had arranged for Its ob servanceThe celebration was held un der the direction of Louisville Coun cil which was concluded with a largely attended banquet at the club house on Fourth street Judge Matt ODoherty presided as toastmaster and responses were made by Thomas Walsh Carey Taylor and Joseph Conkling that elicited much applause and were highly appreciated There was also a general observance qf the day In New Albany and Jefferson vllle SPKEADING Catholic Knights and Lad Ies Organizing New Fields St Cecilias Branch No6 of the C K and L of A held an open ses sion Monday evening in the school hall at which District Deputy John J Score and several members of the Central Committee were present Rev Father AT Brady Spiritual Di rector delivered a short talk on the benefits of the society followed by J J Score Andrew Kast Daniel Cunlff Mrs D J Dougherty Miss Katie Reardon Miss Ella Flaherty and others Rev Father Jansen of St Brld gets church has called a meeting of his parishioners for tomorrow after noon when they will be addressed by Mr Score with the hope of organiz ing a branch in that parish District Deputy Score Dr Charles Edelen had Emery Schlafor Secre tary of the Central Committee have enlisted the services of Rev Father J J Fitzgerald of Highland Park In organizing a branch for that par ish and will call a meeting for Sunday October 22 All of the branches are vlelng with one another In booming the big meeting at Ber land Hall next Friday night when Supreme President Frank P Leon ard will be present EUCHRE AT ST ANNS The ladles of St Anns church will entertain with a euchre social and cake sale on Thursday afternoon and evening October 26 at the school hall Seventh street and Davies ave nue The social will be held In the afternoon at 2 oclock and the euchre will be held at 3 and 8 oclock Many handsome euchre prizes have been secured FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will begin with he solemn high mass tomorrow morning at St Boniface church Fehr avenue near Jackson street and will close Tuesday evening There will be a procession at both services and eloquent Franciscans will preach the sermons BENEFIT FOR MEMBER The St John Benevolent Society will have benefit performances at the Palace Theater Shelby and Rupp street on October 16 and 17 the proceeds to be donated to an unfor tunate but worthy member of that organization Several local artists have volunteered their services and a good programme will be presented NOTRE DAME The registration books In the office of the Secretary of the University of Notre Dame the great Indiana educational Institution show an enrollment that overtops that of last year Nearly all the rooms in torlri Corby and Walsh Halls are llled and there are few vacant desks In the study halls at St Jo- sepb Carroll Brownson and St Ed wards Halls New students are en tering every day and many of those of last year who have been detained at home by illness or business have written to engage accommodations for the coming Yf3arBy today the I university authorities expect the largest attendance In the history of Notre Dame OLDEST AMERICAN HOUSE The oldest house in America is in St Augustine Fla In 1564 It was built by the monks of the order of St Francis and the whole of the solid structure is composed of coquina a combination of sea shells and mortar which is almost totally indestructible When Francis Drake I sacked and burned the town this was the only house left In the trail of destruction PLEADS FOR FIREMEN The ReV Joseph A M Distler pastor of the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Kansas City strongly appealed for shorter hours and more home life for the fIremen of Kansas CUytlna recent sermon He said that firemen have com I plained that their hrura are such that they are not home long enough for their own children to become acquainted with tkwn He explained that the fireman is pa duty twenty four hour of the day and has not time to der4te to borne or religious N Y W C BOYSi2 SUITS WITH I TWO I PAIRS OF PANTSII T3s s I 4and5A- ll I kinds of materials sizesI I 6 to 18 Best values in I worldLEVYS t Third and Market t SpotIn EUCHREWednesday BERTRAND HALL SIXTH AND OAK UNDER AUSPICES I St Louis Bertrand Court Cathollo Order of Foresters Pleasant Evening For Everybody COMMITTEE Harry Fisher Or C A Edelen E E tanning THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 lit nightCarrl1225 W MARKET S- TMONUMENTS We are now receiving from Barre Vermont three car loads of Monuments for our spring trade the largest add best assortment we have ever carried which we can offer at a bargain Please give us a call MULDOONMonument 813 W Green St Louisville Ky life He advocated that the fireman should be on duty twelve hours at the most Father Distler said that Alderman J F Ward would intro duce an ordinance to shoten the hours of the members of the fire de partment and asked his parishioners to support the movement In every way possibleROSARY Purifying and Chastening and Comforting In Distress This month as all Catholics know I is dedicated to Our Blessed Lady deIvotlontbegreat and splendid thiefe because it lifts us to our God and Father it Is ennobling because it makes uS know our dependence it is purifying I and chastening it is comforting in distress It is an oasis of green trees and cooling waters in the desert life But the Rosary of all fI variedIprayers has Its own peculiar charm I prayersone Is from the lips God and one from an angels ofII ono comes from the dawn of Chris tian times and another is the inspiration of the Holy Spiritit is holy with human memories It Is long ago perhaps and far away but whenlwwo played with our mothers beads or said the Hall Marys with her Thank God exclaims the Denver Register Catholics love the Rosary In theso October days when the glory of the summer is over and falling leaves and dead flowers remind us of the end of all things it is with us and the hope also that when the aroundOurI- Ip i MADNESS i c Such Is Trinad the Inttt live Referendum and Recall Initiative referendum and recall jvoro termed the weapons of mob ocracy by Archbishop Ireland In aX address at the banquet of the Army of the Tennessee at Council Bluffs Iowa Wednesday evening Alter relating this story of the making of the democratic Government by the newlyborn States after the Revolu tionary War Archbishop Ireland saidAnd now the clamor is heard that the organisations of American democracy such as the republic has known for a century and a quarter must bo altered torn asunder under the pretense that with It the people do not govern with sufficient direct nessLot us hope that this clamor Is but a passing ebullition of feeling soon to sink back Into the tranquil seriousness of thought usually underlying the movements of the masses of the people to be there burled in the silence of oblivion Democracy yes monocracy never And toward mobocracy we are now bidden to wend our Way The shib boleths of the clamor you know tho Initiative referendum the re callput Into general practice as the evangelists of the new social gospel fain would have them are nothing more nor less than the mad ness of democracy NEXT MEETING Of Division Four Will Be Devoted to Initiatory Work Division 4 A O Hmet Monday evening and made final preparations for their Initiation which will be held on the date of their next reg ular meeting October 23 when a class of about fifteen is expected to recelvo the degrees President John H Hennessy appointed a special en tertainment committee composed of Dave Rellly Thomas J Langan and M J McDermott to arrange for the refreshments and entertainment features for that night Patrick Connellys application for member ship was i celved and the Visiting Committee reported that George Holland was the only member now on the sick list Rev Father E A Baxter who has just been assigned to the Dominican Convent was present at the meeting and promised to attend the initiation and make a few remarks on the principles of the order MUST RULE Redmond Insists on Local SelfGovernment For Ireland John Redmond speaking last Saturday at Manchester said that the main principle at stake is purely that the Irish In local affairs shall have the largest measure of self government consistent with the In tegrity of the empire and the supremacy of the Imperial Parlia ment We do not ask for the repeal of the union said he We accept acceptItectlve as you like- CATHOLIC FORESTERS St Louis Bertrand Court of the Catholic Order of Foresters has every arrangement perfected for its big euchre next Wednesday night at Bertrand Hall Sixth and Oak Harry Fisher Dr C A Edelen and E E Landing have bene working hard for the affair and have secured the best prizes of the season FOR AVOMANS EYE Sashes and military effects will be strong this fall White lace veils continue to be extremely popular Both cream white and dead white are fashionable for evening hats The bows at the throat multiply Shetland veils are fashionable For coat sleeves the sltlntothe armholes style is generally accepted Soutache braiding as well as wide braids will be seen on gowns and suits A large soft woolen cord white and fluffy is much used in trimming simple hats Bows trim everything from capon pretty heads to the slippers on slender toes Velvet bids fair to become exceedingly popular both for street and evening wear- Tailored suits and costumes are showing fringe on the tunics and under petticoats Never was there such a rage for bordered silks and never were bor dered silks more glorious Purple is to have a reign among the 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Hibernians hope to have National President Regan and Pat rick J Haltlgan with them for their big initiation next week At the County Board meeting to be held next Friday night in St Patricks at Buffalo It is expected to initiate a class of 200 members Dont fall to witness the Initiation of Division 3 at Falls City Hall next Thursday night A royal reception and something besides await all visitors Members of Division 1 are ex pected to be out in full force at the meeting Tuesday night to witness the initiation and conferring of degrees by Division 3 Division 4 will confer the degrees at the next meeting The team of this division gives a splendid exem plification and a large gathering I will be present to witness the work State President Brown will be the principal speaker at an open meeting of Division 2 of Syracuse on October 25 John Ryan who organized the division twentyfive years ago will be the presiding pfflcer Prof Rohan of Marquette Uni versity Milwaukee and Chairman of the History Committee Is touring the West In the Interest of Irish history in parochial schools and iIt Is said is meeting with much suc cess ICapl Dolan Is rehearsing his degree team and expects to have iIt ready for work by the first of the year Each member of the team will be letter perfect in his part thus adding to the Impressiveness of the work IA pleasant event Jn St Paul was the reception tendered by the Ladles Auxiliary County Board to the Auxiliary County Board of Minneapolis An address by Rev T J Gleason and a splendid musical an literary programme was followed b a banquetNext night Division 3 will have the first fall initiation and re ception for members of tho order a Falls City Hall and the officers an members have arranged an excellent t programme They propose to make this one of the big events of the season and therefore Invite all Hibernians to be present and par take of their hospitality Division 2 meets Wednesday night in Odd Fellow Temple Sixth and Walnut and President Ford requests that every member be present There will be buslnes to transact In which every member has an Interest Since moving to the more central part of the city there has been a gratifying increase in the attendance which is encouraging to the officers who are working to double the mem bership this year- WATIIENCORCORAN Miss Miriam Wathen and Andrew J Corcoran were quietly married Tuesday morning at St Brlglds church on Von Borrles avenue Rev Father Bohlsen performing the ceremony The only attendants were Mrs R H Somes sister of the bride and William G Hume The bride wore a blue tailored gown with hat to match and carried bride roses Mrs Somes wore a gray suit with gray hat Tho bridal party and members of tho two families were entertained at breakfast by t Mr and Mrs James Wathen at their home on Cherokee road after the I ceremony Mr and Mrs Corcoran J left later for Washington and Philadelphia and upon their return will be with the brides parents Mr and Mrs James Wathen until they go to housekeeping ROCK OF AGES r Rowland and Cliffords new playIRock of Ages was written by I ward E Rose as a companion play I for The Rosary remembered as i the seasons big success last year It is proclaimed as a play with a pur pose showing thb corrupt connection between politicians and the vice of tho white slave traffic The theme has to do with conditions which actually happen in the large cities Owing to the daring manner In which the author went about to cul tlvate his Ideas much stress has to be laid on several places In the play In order that the play might not be barred from presentation Miss Jes t sle Arnold as Bethel Martin a min 1 later is tho chief character in the play which comes to the Walnut street Theater next week BUSINESS AND PLEASURE Philip Kelly of Frankfort avenue for over forty years a trusted em ploye of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company was last week granted a deserved vacation which J combined business frJendslbInKelly hlSjdaughterhlSj the Cathedral at Dallas Mr Kelly will conclude his trip in Oklahoma where heMs business Interests rej turning to Louisville the last of this mbnthgTrtAIBlM IRISH MUSIC It MusIe case a luxury kwi err XI G r U SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I11- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday I PresidentWilliam Murphy VIce President Anthony Tomp t ins Recording Secretary Joseph E Farrell Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thpinaa P Lawler BergsaatatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal nut street- sPresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording SecretaryWilliam T MeehanFinancial Secretary John J KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatAnns W S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteenth and Portland PresidentD J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh HourIgan Recording Secretary StevensFinancial SecretaryJ G Hea stonTreasurerD J Dougherty SergcantatArmsJames Steven- sSoBtlnelTbomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street- ProsidontJahn H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasuretHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rellly- SergeantatArmu William Cal laghan Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President Lawrence Ford ColedMurphyy Afc Grody Financial Secretary John Hogan TreasurerB A Coll OardSentInelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y M x MAO IN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House I 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Roliertson TBce PrealdentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link Financial SecretarYF G Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH Ker bergTreasurerW A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Aadrloit Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart tt1J1Eit Ottiii I rolfIC41 ConnuKed the Best Doctors 9 Brooklyn N Y 261 Hamburg Ave Sept 7 1910 everydayI i tens I consulted the best doctors In everythingI I trial andtobe oreAlgenlsbingothenfret bottle I was feeling well because the fits disappeared i am very thankful J and Mr have Martin IIMrsj II wasnt able to sleep more than one hour in a night for three years he IioenlgeNerve I sleeplncreaaed t Is very much pleased with the effect of the remedy c Tfl A Valuable Book on Her t J c I DI80a6e81edeasmplaii I c frePrepare4 i Wayne Ind since 1878 and now phi I Sold KOENIG by IJlOBIJ Urge Size S17I 8 Bottle for I 9rr become common property said Emil IIweeklyluncheonotII ship Club at the Hotel La Salle in Chicago Ina musical way the Irish have their own place The national airs of Ireland are liked and loved wherever they are heard Handel wrote his Messiah In Dub1 tin while John Field the famous I IJ pianist was an IrIsh anEj HOPKINS THEATER I HopkinsI Theater announces an I unusually strong bill for next week j j II each act having been selected with the Idea of covering a wide range Drama burlesque and musical num blend happily on the pro 1 vaudeIII most captious critic- SIIUI3ERT t MASONIC i Willie Collier Is presenting a new comedy this season He calls it Take My Adylce and It Is said to be the best vehicle he has ever had Take My Advice is the Joint work I otMr Collier and James Mont omery the well known playwright will Ile 1ee l at the Shubert Ma t tonic Theater esOetober 1029anti t u- CI IRELAND i Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death of John Conloy Master of tho Navan Workhouse is much re grettedAt the Tullamore Petty Sessions the owner of a wandering 2thoMP OSulllyan was unanimously elected Clerk of Petty Sessions at Watervllle County Kerry- A tablet has been erected in Kll quade church County Wicklow to the memory of the late W J Cor bettWith the good weather the farm ers in the Dallleborough district have got their hay and oat crop nicely secured John Patterson blacksmith Clare morris while chatting with mem bers of his family In his kitchen fell back in his chair and expired Imme diatelyA band which promises t be a decided success has been in augurated In Mlddletown parish County Armagh There are over forty in the band sThe Most Rev Dr Browne has ap pointed the Very Rev Dr Barrett President of St Colmans College at Fermoy a Canon of tho Cathedral Chapter of Cloyne The new banner of the Dundalk Hibernians was unveiled by John Dillon and Augustine Roche mom bers of Parliament the ceremony taking place in the Town Hall The death took place at his rostt idence at Dungannon of Dr William Twigg after a protracted Illness The deceased who had reached an ad vanced age was a member of an old Tyrone family In the person of Matthew Power there has passed away at Dunhlll County Waterford a member of one ot Waterfords oldest families and a well known farmer Deceased was a brother of Canon Paul Power of CloneaWilliam Gavin of Oola County Limerick has In his orchard a tree covered with beautiful apple blos toms This Js a very unusual spec tacle and the second blossoming is probably due to tho unusual hot weatherThe Registrar Generals quarterly report recently Issued gives the marriage rate for Kerry as 123 per thousand the highest In Ireland The death rate for Kerry for the same period is 134 per thousand the lowest In Ireland Very Rev F Maguire presidedI over a meeting in the Town Hall Granard when Patrick OReilly wa presented with an address and testi monialt on the occasion of his retire ment after a service of over fifty rears as National school teacher iin GranardA a Nenagh flour mer chant and baker whose case hasI been for some time past occupying ho attention of the local Town Tenants Association was evicted from his house and a crowd of sympa thizers hooted the bailiffs who had to be protected by the police A shocking riccldent occurred 1in Athlone resulting In terrible in furies to a laborer named Patrick Dalton He was carting boxes eggs to the Southern station slttinofII on tho uppermost box A passin- motor car frightened the horse and Dalton was thrown off one of the wheels passing over his right arm and portion of his chest He is not expected to recover VEEXE3IAX3IATTINGLY St Mary Magdalens church was thronged Thursday morning to wit ness the marriage of William H iVeeneman and Miss Edna A Malt Ingly the Rev Father Gausepohl celebrating the nuptial mass and pro nouncing the words that united the happy couple The matron of honor Mrs George Rankin was at tired in a pale yellow embroidered marquisette over yellow messallne satin with picture hat trimmed In chrysanthemums The bridesmaid Miss Kathryn Meagher wore a gown lot French batiste trimmed in Valen ciennes and Cluny lace and a large hat The color decorations at the church and at the wedding breakfast that followed at the residence of Mr wereIyetlowJerome Haltingly well known in the missionary world The couple are now spending their honeymoon In- IOhlcagoand upon their return will at 121 Caldwell street AVENUE THEATER Somewhat out of the ordinary la- The Little 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