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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f KTUCKY t1tirMEkIcANOLUM- EXXVII NO 16 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 21 1911 VINDICATED e Tho Federal Grand Jury Fails to Indict Messrs Higgins and Barry Sequel to the Alleged Libel Case bl Attorney Daniel E OSulllvau Kentucky Irish American Docs Not Change Its Opinion ot Him GOOD WISHES SENT FROM MANY I As was anticipated the October Federal grand jury closed its labors last Saturday and failed to bring In any indictment against Messrs Will lam M HIggins and John J Barry publishers of the Kentucky Irish American who were held over to the grand Jury on Juno 24 by Commis sloner Henry Cassin on tho ground that they had sent matter through the United States malls in violationI of tho Federal statutes ticular article referred to was ani answer in the Kentucky Irish Amerl can of April 16 to the car of Dan E OSulllvan which was published in tho Louisville Herald the week pro vious and which was a vicious and unwarranted attack on C ls John H and James P Whallen who had just retired from politics and the personnel of the City and C unty Demo cratic Committee and th3 city and county officeholders In eneral One particular expression ol the afore said Mr OSulllvans was that the Democratic Committee smelled to high heaven with fum s of cheap whiskey and stale beer Now if that statement is not 11 elous then the article of the Ken uCky Irish American should have never been questioned it being in i review of OSulllvans official care sr showing that in eight years of De locratlc ad ministrations he had draw ft 18800 which amount it seems to anor dinary citizen should 1 ave made him greateful to the Dem cratlc party for life The amazing a id astound ing feature of the whole 1 fair was that tho man who had Men bitterly attacking others In his jJMtic and OSullivans Opinion row in the newspaper graveyard for twenty years at the first crlticjim of his conduct flew to the Federal Court for refuge M Where never was any ttempt oJ the Kentucky Irish American to evade the Jlaw the testimony of Thomas ti AYllson weigher of malls at the Post= office being convlncln on that point Mr Wilson stated t the trial before Commissioner Cassia that the thlrIteenplied with the gulations- s and did so In the partlculaV Instance referred to The point Ii question was the sending of several hundred copies of the paper through ho mails as sample copies the papers being Chlrllmancirculate the article referred to as extenalvely as possible believing Itl was a vindication of the Democratic Committee and the Whallen brothers I When Assistant Postmaster John G Morey raised tho question of sample copies postage the Kentucky Irish American settled that by paying the difference making a flat rate of one 1 cent per copy At the time of the trial Congressman Swagar Sherley wired here that there was no complaint whatever registered against the Kentucky Irish American and that the Third Assistant Postmaster General had so Informed him At the original trial of Messrs McQrath Higgins and Barry on Friday April 16 Commissioner Cassin refused to permit the article written by OSulll van to be introduced In the case and at theclose of the evidence dismissed Mr McGrath and took the case of Hteglns and Barry under advisement jgntll Saturday June 24 when to the fyfur prise of many among them several lawyers he held them over to the Federal grand Jury to appear Octo ber 10- The Kentucky Irish American Iss I manyII received while the case was pending and desires to go on record that it will defend its friends and fight for right when attacked in the future and reserves the right to criticise Dan OSullivan or any other who is guilty of the same offense I FRIENDS WERE ALARMED Suffering from severe hemorrhages- of the stomach Edward 0Htll cashier of the Senn Ackermann Brewing Company and one ot the most widely known men in the city was taken from the brewery at Eighteenth and Main streets to his home 1437 Hepburn avenue shortly after 7 oclock Wednesday night Mr Hill had just returned from home to the brewery when he became ill Drs D T Borgman King Freeman and H Ritter were called and after the patient had been given medical attention lie was removed In a taxicab to his h meDr Borgman Who wai the finrt to reach Mr Hill Mid be was Irlou condition At the r M4ence ttwas cirek out M a later hear that Mr Hill iwwmUa fi1Sy f Y d n CC easy For the past three weeks the patient has been complaining of his health but ho did not consider it necessary to stay away from his duties Though his friends were greatly alarmed when Mr Hill was stricken they mow feel hopeful for his recovery GALA NIGHT Division Initiates A Large Class Into Ancient Order Tuesday night tho members of Di vision 3 A O H had a gala time Initiating a large class Into the Ancient Order and entertaining its members and vlstors from other divisions in a most hospitable manner This event shows that the spirit of the diamond jubilee year Is awake In Louisville and with the Initiation to be held Monday night by Division 4 and others to follow County Presi dent Coleman feels confident that Jefferson county will make the best showing for many years past Falls PreslIdontSergeant Maloney and the degree team of Division 3 headed by County President D J Coleman The exem plification was the best yet seen here the work of Patrick T Sullivan Thomas Stevens and Tom Quinn be Ing both perfect and impressive Ser geant Maloney and the guard of honor made a splendid appearance and their evolutions were frequently ap plauded Before the initiation a hearty greeting was given Rev James P Cronin V G now County Chaplain of the order and the an nouncement by Thomas Walsh of the coming of National President Regan and that Bishop ODonaghue would grace the meeting Sunday night with bla presence and also have something to say evoked rounds of applause The choir was under the direction of Thomas Keenan Jr and with those present closed the exercises by sing Ing God Save Ireland President Coleman invited all to remain and partake of a bounteous luncheon and refreshments presided over by Secre tary John Hesslon when a pleasant hour was devoted to the new mem bers and visitors HOLY CROSS Young and Old Manifest Love Por Father Sheridan Rev John Sheridan pastor of Holy Cross church Thirtysecond and Broadway at the masses Sunday expressed his pleasure with the at tndance during the Forty Hours de votions He said It was WBOurce of great happiness to see nearly every member receive holy communion and manifest their love for God in various ways The altars were artistically decorated by the ladles and the choir under the direction of Master A Becker rendered a musi cal programme that can not be excelled by any in the city The altar boys and school children after the procession sang one of their beautiful hymns which pleased all who heard It Attention was also attracted to tho handsome cope pre sented their beloved pastor by Ed ward Lelcktelg Charles Pfeifer Frank Eschrlck and Barney Camp bell Jr officers of St Aloysius So- dality Father Sheridan is proud of his boys who are an honor to their pastor and parents The girls Sacred Heart Sodality also gave a beautiful vestment which was appreciated very much Its officers are Misses Josephine Lelcktelg Mayme King Anna Oeschstland Clara Ellers who are praised for their fidelity and attendance at meetings These sodal ities Were organized by Father Sheri dan and he Is certainly pleased with tho children who will be the future congregation and bring to mind the adage As the morning tells for the day so does youth tell for old age Holy Cross school is in charge of the Sisters of Mercy and second to none all the grades being taught there and Its choir is pronounced one of the best in Louisville HAPPILY WEDDED Ono of the prettiest church wed dings solemnized in this city this fan took place Tuesday morning at St Philip Neris church when Miss Maya McCarthy the pretty and highly accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs P F McCarthy 1272 Floyd street became tho bride of Dennis J Ryan son of Hon John Ryan and one of the best known young men In the city The altars and church were beautifully decorated with ferns and potted plantsl and the wedding was largely attended by relatives and friends of the worthy couple from all sections of the city Rev Father Ackermann D CL was tho cole brant of the nuptial mass and per formed the ceremony Following tho reception at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Ryan left on their wedding trip from which they will return next meek 1 NOW AT CJliATTANOOGA Guy E Osterman who for tho past several years has represented Humler Nolan at the Seelfach and Old Inn cigar stands has boon transferred to Chattanooga to take charge of his employers interests at the Hotel Patten of that place While pleased at the promotion Guyss many friends and acquaintances here will sadly arise hla congenial smile at the Old t fBA- C I0LJtr w titI I fOM ff BRILLIANT Will Be Observance of Diamondl Jubilee by Hibernians ot Face Cities I Reception For National Presi dent and the Bishop and Clergy f Musical Programme of Patriotic Irish and American Airs NACAULEYS WILL BE TNRONGE- The I County Board and the fou Louisville divisions ant auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will celebrate in a most appropriate manner next Sunday night the diamond jubilee in this country of tnat grand old organization known for cei turles the world over for its loyalty to faith and fatherland On Friday of last week County President D J Coleman arranged with National President James Regan for his visit to Kentucky and at a meeting of the County Board it was unanimously decided to make this the jubilee cole bration of the order in the Falls Cities the principal feature of which would be a great public recep tion at Macauleys Theater tomorrow night to President Regan Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue and the clergy of the city to which the friends of the order and the general public are cor dially invited During the past week the County Board has held several special meet Ings at which a number of commit tees were named and steps taken to make this the greatest event in the history of the order in the Southern States Attention has been given to every detail and the Hibernians aro delighted to know that Bishop ODon aghue has accepted their Invitation and will grace the occasion with his presence and perhaps deliver a short address The clergy of the city have all been invited and are expected to be present The doors at Macauleys will open at 730 oclock and it is expected the Hibernians and their friends will pack the theater from pit to dome- Chairman John Barry who has charge of the mualcal programme aas secured Collins orchestra which will play patriotic Irish and securedtheDavid Maloney Mrs David Maloney and Miss Abbie Chester who will render a number of selections The other committees were completing their work when this was written and state that nothing will be loft undone to add eclat to this event which will show that tho Irish Cath olic spirit flourishes in the metrop oIls of the Bluegrass State National President Regan has been spending tho past week in Tennessee and will come to Kentucky from Knoxvllle where ho attbnded the Jubilee celebration last night He will spend today and tonight with the division at Ashland and upon his arrival here will bo met by a special committee and escorted to the Seol bach Hotel During the afternoon the distinguished visitor will betaken out for an automobile ride and shown the various Catholic Institu tions and principal points of Interest atithe honor guest at a banquet to be byIprominent members of the order Monday he will leave for Covington where he will address another great meeting that night His Southern trip has boon successful everywhere and has resulted in large gains in membership the purpose being to increase the number now in the order at least 25 per cent Tho County Board has requested the clergy to announce this jubilee In their respective churches tomorrow morning inviting all their members to join the Hibernians in doing honor to their national head and the Bishop of Louisville who Is now their State Chaplain It is unneces sary to state that no admission fee will be charged as all tho expenses will be borne by the local organiza tion Therefore it Is hoped that every man who is eligible to membership will be present and learn something about tho grand old order originally organized In Ireland in 15C5 and in America has been ever faithful to the simple and unassuming letter of Its foundation in 1836a letter that breathes an apostolic spirit The Executive Committee is com posed of Messrs Thomas Walsh Con J Ford John G Hcsslon John J Barry and D J Coleman from whom members can secure cards for the banquet to be held at Seelbach Sunday evening StUST TAKE LONG REST Th Society far tfio Propagation of the Faith whose headquarters for the Ifalted States are Jocated at 027 Lox lion avenue New York City ann UtlCO that the Right Ref Mgr J Frert DO L President of the eorfsty in this country owing to ill i hejlth has been compelled to take a lolg restTk8 Rev George J JJuiard S T L Vice President ot oetetYii1 been requested and II act in tile Frecldenti tead dun 1a tIa 1i I jh u Ing his absence This society was originally founded in 1822 with the view of helping the needs of our American church and has done much for us Ila this country From 1822 to 1910 jour American missions have receivedamore than 6400000 from the society Now In turn It Is fair fdrusjto help other struggling church s both at home and abroad and tins work Is being done as far as the means of the society will per mit I i SOCIALISMr I Menace to American Instl tutionsfand Rights of Labor I thought that the Catholic church was Interested only in rellg opD mentative Socialist of a speaker at a recent meeting of the Catholic Social Reform Society Catholicrchurch who runs the business of the country individuals or the State replied the Interrupted speaker but It does matter to it that no one shall rob tho present owner in order to get control The church objects to Socialism because this Is a thief and a traitora thief ready to take with out compensation all the means of production a traitor willing to de stroy American Institutions In order on their ruins tfr establish cdoperu tlve commonwealths who will for It violate the seventh commandment who will for it trample on the Star Spangled Banners One of the falla cies by which Socialism hopes to win followers Is to Identify capitalism as it calls tho present system of con ducting business by individuals firms and corporationswith saloons gambling child labor and other things that need reform Capital lainthat is private ownership of businessneed not be attached to these things Neither does It have o pay unjust wages Nor must it necessarily oppress Its employes In dividual employers or companies give their help fair pay just as well as Socialism could treat them as human beings should be treated What So cialism would doi if it had the monopoly of business no one can tell What it promises to do we all know But promise and performance are often two very different things If Socialism had grabbed all the means of production it would need an army of bosses to manage the subordinate employes These bosses could com bine to perpetuate themselves In power and to misgovern all persons under them Unless a man stood In with these tosses what chance would he have If Socialism were In power no man would be free to work at whn1h pleultdIlornuld1 have- to take the Job given him by the bosses He would have no liberty He would practically be their slave The Socialist sat down and inter dupted no other speaker during the evening MEMORIAL To Slain Priest Will Be Placed In Denver Church A memorial tablet to the ReVr Father Leo Helnrlchs of the order of Friars Minor who was shot to death while administering holy com munion in St Elizabeths church In Denver Col has been completed and is on exhibition in New York City The tablet four feet by two feet six Inches is of bronze highly polished and ornamented with a bust of the dead priest at the top Father Helnrlchs was killed by Giuseppe Alia a Sicilian who opposed religion and the clergy He was hanged for the crime The memorial was ordered by the Rev Bernard Spelgelberg of St Elizabeths church Denver and is to be dedicated next month RECENT DEATHS The grim reaper entered the home of Frank and Bessie Hertol 905 Lampfon streetLand claimed their baby boy Frank Elmore whose fu neral occured Monday Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents a The funeral of Mrs Dona Dorsey beloved wife tW N Dorsey 957 South Twelfth street occurred yes torday morning from St Williams church Rev Father Ford celebrat ing the mass of requiem Mrs Dorsey was thirty years old and was held In high esteem by all who knew her Two children survive her Charles Roehrlg beloved son of Casper and Annie Roehrlg 1706 Reed street was called to his eternal rest last Sunday night his funeral took place Wednesday morning from the Sacred Heart church Rev Patrick Walsh officiating at the solemn obsequies The death is oa sad one and is mourned by a wide circle of friends and relatives Tho heartfelt sympathy of a host of friends is extended Henry CWo DIorfion who suffered the loss of his beloved wife at the ago of twenty two just when life seemed brightest and full of promise Before her marriage toe deceased was Miss Nellie blanche Wittman The funeral took place Monday morning from St Boni regalemmaaeforl k f 1t f IIIOMY u trI k 1 f THOUSANDS Witness Cornerstone Laying of tho New Holy Nome Church I Impressive Ceremonies Pre sided Over by Right Kev Bishop Military Companies Make FIne Showing and Paratlo Streets FATHER SCHUPANN PREACHES A notable event In the Catholic history of Louisville this week Was the laying of tho cornerstone of the new Holy Name church at Third and O streets last Sunday Elaborate preparations for the event had been made by the pastor Rev John OConnor and it Is conservatively estimated that over 5000 people witnessed the Impressive ceremonies Right Rev Denis ODonaghur presided at the cornerstone laying and thirty or more priests were in at tendance The Rev Dr George W Schuhmann pastor of St Johns church preached the sermon Pres at the exercises were the firstlent HolyNamepen and the Rev John OConnor who has been pastor since 1893 A feature of the exercises was the procession of the uniformed companies of the Catholic Knights of America and a number of com mandories of the Knights of St John who acted as guard of honor to the Bishop and clergy and the so cieties of the parish The parade was headed by the School of Reform Band and Major Gen Michael Rolchert and staff followed by tho military division Next came the church societies The procession formed at Third and Avery and tho fact that tho military presented swords while passing the Confederate monument was tho cause for much favorable comment The route was through the principal streets to the old church at Fourth and 0 where a halt was made and ranks opened for the clergy The exercises began at 3 oclock with an imposing procession from the old church to the site of the new building alcolytes and priests leading and the bishop In the vestments of- blsotnce walking behind teach side were drawn up the uniformed members of the two Catholic organi zations who raised their swords in salute as the Bishop passed When the building was reached the Bishop and his assistants were seated and the sermon of the Rev Dr Qchuhmani was delivered He began by referring to similar exer cises when the cornerstone of the first church built in 1891 was laid Father Schuhmann said that he was present at those exercises remem bering that tie spot was reached after an uninteresting ride from the city over a route bounded on both sides by corn fields with here and there an Isolated farmhouse South of the site of the church between It and Iroquols Park he said there was nothing except acres of craw- fish land Then only twenty families or more constituted the congregation be asserted and the outlook was dreary Father Schuhmann spoke of the labors of the people In building up the congregation of their zeal in erecting In 1903 a church which the now building Will supersede and of the bright promise for the members In the new edifice He called atten tion to the plan of the building its transept form outlining a crossthe emblem of the Catholic faith Ho spoke of the symbolism of the cor nerstone supporting the church structure as Christ supports tho church of God he said He con cHIded by paying d tribute to the pastor Father OConnor The blessing of the spot where the altar of the now church will be pre ceded the blessing of the corner stone and then the foundation of the edified was blessed by Bishop ODon agtiuo The Rev James P Cronin Vicar General acted as assistant priest tothe Bishop with the Rev John P QConneJl as deacon and the Rev J J Fitzgerald as subdeacon The Rev P M Monaghan secretary to the Bishop was master of ceremonies and the Rev John T Hill was rossbearer wasJrstalher Deppen as pastor He was succeeded in 1893 by the Rev Father OConnbr who built the church which is now used Jointly as a church and school The now structure will cost 40000 and will be completed next summer BRILLIANT NUPTIALS St Charles Borromeo church was tho scene of a brilliant marriage ceremony Tuesday morning when Franklin A Nolan led to tho altar Miss Margaret M Brennap Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue performed the ceremony and was assisted at the nuptial mam by Rev Father Monag hn and Rev Father Raffo The bride who is the daughter of Mrs Lucy Brennan 2114 West Chestnut street and a sister of MiM Mamie and Mews Michael Edward James tl Jt Andrew and Dan Brennan has been prominent in West End social circles and Is a young lady of many pleasing traits of character Mr Nolan is a widely known resident of South Louisville and one of the most popu lar employes of the Louisville Nashville railroad An all day recep tion followed the ceremony at the home of the brides mother after which the happy pair left on an ex tended wedding tri- pIiOLY NAMEI First Congress Represents Six Hundred Thousand CatholicsI The opening of the first National Congress of the Holy Name Society at Baltimore and the presentation of a golden rosary to Cardinal Gibbons MondayInbration Tho rosary composed of gold nuggets was presented to the Cardinal by tho Knights of Columbus of America The Holy Name Congress was pre sided over by Bishop 0 B Corrigan of Baltimore and Cardinal Gibbons delivered an address Delegates are In attendance representing a membership of 600000 Cardinal Gib bons told the delegates he did not know of any society in the United States that has commended itself more to the American people at large than tho Society of tho Holy Name Monsignor Falconio Apostolic Delegate read a letter from Cardinal Merry del Val Papal Secretary of State transmitting the Popes ap proval of thcvCongress and the Apos tolic benediction of the Pontiff to the members of the society Tim othy S Hogan Attorney General of Ohio praised President Taft for the appointment of Chief Justice White a CatholicResolutions were adopted dealing with the following subjects Con gratulating the Cardinal upon his fifty years as priest and twentyfive years as Cardinal emphasizing die cesan autonomy in the direction of the society proposing plans for an extensive campaign to establish Holy Name societies in every parish reaffirming the chief pledge of the so cletyagalnst profanity deploring the laxity of Sunday observance and ac cepting the 300 days Indulgence offered by the Pope for all members who wear publicly the official badge The Bishops ata meeting at Calvert Hall agreed that an Arch bishop should bo chosen to act as Director General of the Holy Name Society They also indorsed a plan for establishing Junior Holy Namp societies V tTEnllY t Catholics of Union County Observe Double Holiday Landing day October 12 being the anniversary of the dedication of the Church of St Peter of Antloqh at Waverly Union county an appropriate f celebration of this double holiday was held by tho congregation and the Knights of Columbus In the morn Ing solemn mass was sung by the reverend dean of Morganfleld Father Craney assisted by Father Kellen aers of Unlontown as deacon and subIdeaconoftLoulsvlUet I monies and the pastor of the congre gation the Rev P J McNeil and the Rev Richard Maloney of Reed were the acolytes The choir was under the direction of the Rev Joseph Odendahl of Stanley An eloquent I and able discourse upon the patron of the church was delivered by theII Roy John D Kalaher of St Columbas church Louisville The Knights of Columbus enter talned their friends with a barbecue and a game of baseball between teams from Henderson and Waverly I and In the evening a reception was held in the hall of the Waverly Coun cil during which the Hon Truman Drury of Morganfleld introduced Stephen Roche of Evansville who in a masterly address replete with wit and poetry pofnteil out many prac tical lessons to be learned from the life and character of Christopher Columbus PEWEE VALLEY Rev Edward Boes pastor of St Aloysius church at Pewee Valley will Boon begin the erection of a hand somo church edifice and rectory for his increasing congregation in that suburb The plans are being drawn by Architect 0 A Curtln and as soon as completed ground will be broken for the buildings The present St Aloysius church is located a little more than a mile from the railroad station but the new edifice Will oc cupy a site further in town and more convenient to the interurban cars Tho Rev Father Boos has accomplished much good during the past few years and will doubtless have the support of all classes in his laudable undertaking TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Y M I which has of late made large gains In membership will confer the degrees tomor row afternoon on a class if thirty candidates The work will be in charge of the State degree team and will doubtle be wltoesfed by sev eral hundred m mb ri I V t t i t i i U Pr i u Con D Prniso For Chairman McGrnUi For Ills Conduct ot This Campaign u Good Souse ot the Voters Will Not Permit ORcnrs Election DEMOCRATIC VICTORY ASSURED 3 IAs has been frequently predicted by tho Kentucky Irish American the Republican party has declined to present a local ticket to be voted for at tho coming election This is prlma facie evidence that the Republicans JudgeQRear5000 votes In this city There are many good Republicans In Louisville but they can not stand for the man who falls to perform his duties as a r Judge of the Court of Appeals The present city administration is com posed of good men whoso official record meets the approval of all classes It Is also a slgnlfcant fact that certain elements of the Republi can party made every effort to have a ticket nominated but the men they would name were not fit and those who were would have nothing to do with them On the other hand tho Democrats are enthusiastic and waging an active campaign Largo and enthusiastic meetings are being hold and attend ed by taxpayers and citizens who are taking greater interest than ever be fore Hundreds of men at these meetings are pledging their support to James Quarles nominee for Cir JUdgeQuarleslawyer who is in miry way qualified for the responsible position a man whose record was such as would bo more of a nonpartisan than any other aspirant for the place growsbrighter candldatevote The result is being watched followingfromof many expressions of like char acterLouisville givingmnchgttk9Chairman of the Democratic City and County Executive Committee for the admirable manner in which the cam paign has been conducted In Louls ville Mr McGrath made all tho arrangements for the big rally which was held here last Tuesday night and which was addresed by Representa Allmeeting mostfprominent and substantial citizens On tho platform as Vice Presidents were a number of Democrats who have not participated actively in politics for ten or fifteen years Tho enthusiasm with which the Demo crats here are working and tho par DemocratsIwholukewarm speaks well so local Democrats say for the splendid man agement of party affairs and for the harmony and unity of action which characterizes the entire Democratic districtIpolitician of of Judge ORears small caliber to represent them as Governor of this State It is easy for him to imagine he Is a statesman but he will find it a difficult problem to convince the voters that he has any title to be areIJudge is shifting his attitude upon questions of public Interest almost dally This Is not the case with t McCreary McDermott or any of the Democratic nominees who are frank and open and always consistent be fore the masses Who hear them While the candidates for the Ion eral Council have a walkover they will not cease in their endeavors to make this the greatest Democratic victory that has occurred for many years past MAKKfG RETREAT Tho Rev John OConnell pastor of St Augustines church in Jefferson vllle has been In Indianapolis this week attending the annual diocesan retreat Father Maurice OConnor assistant pastor made the retreat last week LITTLE ROOK GAINSaTho Rev Thomas V Tobin for teen years pastor ot Sts Peter a Paul church at Chattanooga the largest In the Nashville diocese ze cbntly appointed rector of St An drews Cathedral at Little Rock thereSundaycharge Father Tobin was entertained by the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce and Commercial Club anil at the farewellmeeting at the City eJDbledBhehopMorrisl fc and hard worker 1 fci I gJSTOO 6CY I 1SiX AI IC RtO I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 21 1911 DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For United States Senator OLLIE M JAMES of Crittenden For Governor JAME3 B MCREARY of Madison For Lieutenant Governor EDWARD J MDERMOTT of Jefferson For State Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA of Logan For Auditor g HENRY BOSWORTH of Fayette For Attorney General JAMES GARNETT of Adair For Secretary of State C F CRECELIUS of Pendlston For Superintendent of Public In etruotlon- BARKSDALE HAMLETT of Christian For Commlssioer of Agriculture- J W NEWMAN of Woodford For Clerk of Court of Appeals- R L GREENE of Bracken CITY AND COUNTY TICKET Judge Jefferson Circuit Court Chancery branch First dlvsion James QuarlesSTATE SENATOR Thirty seventh district Kite Huffaker REPRESENTATIVES Fortyfourth districtLuther C OwingsFortyfifth district Charles H KnightFortysixth llstrlctAdam Spahn Fortyseventh districtW J Kuh Fortyeighth district Peter Lee AthertonFortyninth district William A Perry Fiftieth districtWilliam T Mc Nally Fiftyfirst district Samuel L Robertson MAGISTRATE Seventh Maglstsrlal district P T Sullivan CONSTABLE Fourth Magisterial district John J Sanders Fifth Magisterial district Will lam R Steltenkamp ALDERMEN Dr John H Buschemeyer Fred Schwenker B J Campbell Jr John M Clifford Joseph Overberg Fred J Leezer Samuel Leldigh JWUl lam Miller R Guy Parker C W Schmitt James M Treasy George B Coder COUNCILMAN First wardWilliam P Graves and John Neuhauser Second ward Charles Mann and William Karst Third wardP J Flelg and Will lam M Booher Fourth wardJerome King and Ben Schulman Fifth wardDaniel Coblens and T J Garvey if Sixth wardJames Norton and Mike Leone Seventh wardThomas Lawrence and Edwin J Parker Eighth wardToJ Morrow Jr and Samuel W Greene Ninth ward Daniel Bi Coleman and M J McDermott Tenth wardIt D Thomas and A J Steiger J andCJI j Twelfth wardBC Watson a11dII Ben c SandPARK COMMISSIONERS 1 ied 1 LovyDf Walker n Gossett y 1 J Brumleve PERSONAL I For Daniel OS OSiillivan we have 1 only contempt The Kentucky Irish 1 American will continue in the future M in the past just to all but fearing none Tkwti of Federal grand- e tt- jjjuries or JalU will cnodMr this u paper or 4U editorscram performing E their duty id wfuUns attacks by him and hU kind on men who are in e very way their lietteraln hot i pub lie aiJfeprlVftto life d1O the thou b tendered their frtatikip 1 nee the Kentucky Irish turns lie sincere thou JISH ftMERIGflflicem- emeatolO Irish Americaas and Catholics Order of Hibernians Young Mens 6Hc Knights of America PRINTING C0racorporded Publisher 1LLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc I Poitofflc a SeeofldCI j nattr ENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qrttn St TRADES COUNCIL pledging its every effort to continue worthy of the same WHAT MAN OWES sReplying to the oftrepeated asser tion that wo have too much politic and too many politicians HonI Champ Clark Speaker of the House of Representatives declares that Instead of there being too many poll tlclans there are not enough In a country whoso institution s are based upon popular suffrage be says every man should be a politician and every man owes a portion of his time energy and talents to theI service ofthe State I do not mean that every man should run for office That Is a poor business at best poolr when you succeed inexpressibly poor when you fall What I mean is that every citizen should help so far as hieI can to solve the problems for theI betterment ot government the Improve ent of society and thi perpetuity of the republic It is the duty of every cltiezn to attend both the primaries and general election to the end that good and capable men may be selected The only way to reform politics is to be active before and at the elections The persistent charge that all public men are for sale and that all government in this country Is thoroughly rotten not onl puts Improper Ideas Into the head of our own people and of our own children but has a woeful effect on the immigrants coming to our shore at the rate of more than a million per annum to be assimilated by us and t be formed and fashioned into Ameri can citizens They should be taught that our theory of government Is theI best ever devised by the wit of man that the vast majority of American voters of all parties are absolutely honest that the majority of public men are of high character an patriotic and that the corruptlonists are only the exceptions which prove the rule I have no sort of patience with these pessimists who go preaching the utter and universal vlleness of American citizensI Recent rumors have been followed during the past week by definite charges of bad faith against Judge ORearand the Republican machine by leaders of the Prohibitionists in Kentucky Tho direct cause is the statement that the Republican candidate for Governor approves the nomination by his party at Lexington I of a candidate for the Senate who is opposed to the county unit ORear has been outspoken for county unit but this last development added to his alliance with McCulloch proves his insincerity and is arousing the people to the mistake they would make in making him their Chief Executive I The critics ot Cardinal Gibbons will have to come again Though well along in years he Is still a live wire and one of the most patriotic and farseeing men of the present day His love for God and country is known to all and he gives reasons for his every utterance that are un controvertible The only pity Is there are not many more men eccle elastic and lay like him Oh Daniel ohl Oh Daniel oh SCHARF OUSTED I Emil L Scharf a lobbyist has been ousted from the Washington Chapter of the Knights of Columbus as result of charges made on the floor of the House by Representative J Ben Johnson who is a Knight him controversyJ ates in Washington attempted to gain publicity by his quarrel with Congressman Johnson The Knights took up the case on their own Initia tive I LADIES ARE BEADY j I The members of the Ladies Aux c llary A O H have arranged an c excellent programme for the first of their monthly series of select recap c lion lances which takes place I Wednesday night at Schreibers Hail I wentyslxth and Bank streets This society IB one of thee most popular in J the city and as its affairs are always njoyable a large attendance is as mired The committee Is composed t the following well known ladles t I Mesdames J D Bennett Dan Dough tt- ertyMatt Corcoran Mary Foley Jto Anabaekand MissesTuIIaKelly- Butler 1 MaggieI Hpurlgn + erthk King Nelilea l 1aBJolItpdfrejr Fannie Kennedy Nell roderick and Mary Roree1L These dfpromleeI I t I ifffigyyyffl SOGIETY I YJ Col Matt J Winn and daughter I Miss Anna left Monday for Mexicot City to spend the winter Mrs Peter King of Frankfort ha been spending a week here with her sister Mrs John J King Mrs Edward J Parker had as her guest during the past week Miss Nellie Glenn of Frankfort Misses Lee McClusky and Edith Pemberton are homo from a delight ful visit to Mrs Ed D Shinnick at Bhelbyvllle Mr and Mrs Charles H Buddek and Miss Grace Mazzoni left Tuesday for Old Point Comfort for a months stay Misses Elizabeth and Ella Kuster are again at home at Highland Park after a sojourn of three weeks ait Martinsvllle Ind Mrs Rose Lester and son of East Walnut street have been spending this month In Little Rock visitingI Mrs Mary Donahue Mrs Cook Wells and daughter Vf weeltheThompson in Clifton Miss Virginia Iustes of Highland1 Park left Sunday for Cleveland Ohio to spend several weeks with her aunt Mrs L W Jones 1 1MrsI W A Arnold and son John have returned to their home at Lebanon Junction after a pleasant visit to Mrs D Ryan in South Louisville IMrI J and Mrs George Rieger an nounce the engagement of their daughter Miss Mary Catherine Rie ger to Thomas Ernest Horrell Thi i wedding to take place in January I IThe1 BJmarriage of Miss Sallye Edelen and Edward J Murray of South Bend Ind will be solemnized Wednesday at St Frances of Rome church in Clifton the Rev Fath Thomas White officiating Th Myr and Mrs Thomas Edelen and has been a favorite in her social clrcl I Miss Katherine Marie Clark am John F Lally will be united in mar rlage next Wednesday morning at Stt Josephs church at 8 oclock The bridetobe is a daughter of Mr andI Mrs Louis W Clark and Is a young lady of many attainments while the Clerek of Judge Fields court and has a hostt of local friends i 1Miss Nellie B Burgess the popular and accomplished daughter of d andR Pierre Dawson were united thei holy bonds of wedlock Wednesday afternoon at St Louis Bertrandi church in the presence of many of their friends The same evening they arte at home at the Claypool i HotelII IMiss Mary McCann of 1707 West Broadway entertains Informally at dinner on Monday evening in honor of the Misses Loftus of Los Angeles Cal who are the guests of Mrs Hannah McGrath Covers were laidI for twelve guests The table was decorated in pink chrysanthemums and roses Miss McCann was assisted in receiving the guests by her grandmother Mrs McGrath IThomas A Holland and bride oft Springfield Mass who have been spending their honeymoon here asI the guests of Mr and Mrs JamesI Noonan In the Highlands left yester day to visit Niagara Falls before re turning home While in Louisville Mr and Mrs Holland were eaten sively entertained and were delightfully surprised with the hospitality that everywhere awited them The marriage of Miss Maymie Rolling and Theo Weber took placeI Wednesday morning at 9 oclock at St Boniface church Miss Celeste Weber was maid xt honor and Miss Karlana Wlnberg and Miss Minnie Ohr were the bridesmaids John Vonderbeck and Daniel Weber acted as ushers The church was thronged with friends of the bride and groom ularlInI William Smith and Miss Annie J Malcomb popular and highly respected young members of St Pauls I church were united In marriage Wednesday afternoon Father I Thomas York perfoiyning the cere mony After leaving the church aII largely attended reception followed I at the home of the brides mother t J where the happy young couple were showered with congratulations Later they left for a weeks wedding trip Another welcome guest little Miss 31enora has arrived to bless the I home of Mr and Mrs David Garvey 2319 West Main street coming via the Stork route last Saturday since when the happy father has been having one long celebration This is 1 tho eighth addition to Daves house hold but for this he says he concedes 1 no credit to Roosevelt The christening will take place October X29 When there will be a jolly gathering of friends and relatives of the proud l1arents1In the presence of many of their i friends and relatives the marriage of James OBrien and Miss Carrie Swift i was solemnized Wednesday morning at 8t Louis Bertrands church The bride was attired In a handsome coe tame and presented a lovely appearance Upon leaving the church the brIdal party was Entertained at a redding breakfast at the home of the brides parent on Sixth stet jf J Weatert1thonef1 richer fa egon of friends vi n 1 Miss BemadlM Bascluraobl 1 y t Gy daughter of Mrs Joseph Buscher mohle of this city watl married to Robert Frech of Cincinnati at St Francis church of th tplaceWednesday morning with a auptia mass at 8 oclock The bride wore a crepe de chene gown and tarried a bouquet ot orchids and limes of the valley Miss Elizabeth t Buscher mohle sister of the bride and Josephs Frech brother of the grohacted as attendants After the c emonj the happy couple left for an extended Eastern tour and on their return will atvUttonHI Miss Rose Cuniff entertained her lotto club last Tuesday evenn at her home 127 East Breckin ldgo street with an Informal dance and reception The color schemes were carried out in green and yellow sand covers were laid for twenty The table was decorated with a beautiful centerpiece of yellow dahlias and ferns Those present were Misses Anna Moriarty Josephine Sto e Anna Sund Agnes Moriarty Clara Stoke Anna Gallagher Kathryn Moriarty Anna Cuniff Sadie Nash Rose Cunlff and Messrs William Henry G Joseph Moriarty Louis Kessler Bryon Leatherman Charles Cummings Kingsley Walker Louis Stoke George Bouse Edward NelhauE and Charles Jeffries ofkhoneymoon in this city were the guests of honor at a dinner on Sun day at the home of Mrs Mary Clines on Sixth street and on Tusda evening were entertained at a recep tlon and supper by Mrs Mary Clines Breckinrldgo street Wednesday Ion visitors were given a theater party by Mrs Thomas D Clines of Grainger Court and supper at her residence Thursday they were the guests of Mrs James Noonan at din ner at the Catholic Womans Club bazar and in the afternoon were given a theater party by Mrs Wllllai M Higgins While here Mr and- e Mrs Holland made many friends who will welcome them again SUCCESS i Crowns Efforts of Catho Irlie Womans Club Bazar- s I The Catholic Womans Club bazar- d will close this evening and from present Indications a large sum will be raised and it is confidently ex pected enough to wipe out the entire debt The public has been quick tog I respond to the call and the attend ante at the bazar both afternoon and evening has been most gratifying to the managers and workers every patronizedI i the bazar has been the daily menus prepared under the direction Manager Jacob Hubbuch the crowdI at the noonday meals being sap e daily large but there was plenty for everyone and the service was espe dally good The menu for today dinner will be queen olives dill pickles shoat roast beef Hirschs- ii sour kraut mashed potatoes stewed I tomatoes combination salad mince pie and coffee and the supper menu Is as follows Ham beef croquettesI hash brown potatoes sliced tomatoes hot biscuits and coffee There stfl remains a great many articles to b disposed of and the banner crowdI of the bazar is expected to be on hand this afternoon and tonight MOVES INTO NEW HOME Dr Michael Casper who recently purchased and remodeled the Ratter man residence at 1939 West Broad way moved into his new home last week For the past eleven years Dr Casper has been practicing his pro easton In Louisville and doing a great deal of surgery at Twelfth andIt Delaware He will hold his former hi witIthosi emIployedlarge practice Casper always finds time to aid xmr Catholic socle ties of several of which he is anI active member His numerous friends wish him and his family suc tees and luck In ihelr new home I EUCHRE SOCIAL CAKE SALE The ladles and gentlemen of St arrangeI l h Thursdaylattorttoon the proceeds to go to St Anns church The social will begin In theI euchrIA e load of coal heads the splendid list eveningigamecakes disposed of at the social and somebody will get a 14 chiffonier for only ten cents An appetizing lunch will be served by the ladles From this it wlllbo seen a treat awaits all who attend TOWER TO BE REPAIRED Ir A permit for the repair of the tower of the Cathedral of the As sumption on Fifth street was granted 1 the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of the Louisville diocese by Building Inspector Tllford last Wednesday afternoon The work will cost about 1600 For the past two years Rev Father Rock hast been making improvements Inthlsimposing structure and when com j bYIJanyEUCIflU AND LOTTO The ladle of StrEltsabetba So ciety of St Josephs church will entertain with a euchre aid lotto tMMct Tuesday and Wednesday ayen nai October 24 said 26 IDth school ball Webester and Washington street- he proceed a of the entertainment will be donated to the church sad a large crowd to expected to txi pros lent and aid this ohrtUbl purpose f WILL VOIUrI Catholic Knights PlanCampaign of Local Parishes I IThe Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will be gin earnest work next month with hopes for a large increase in membership This Was decided upon at the monthly meeting held on Friday night of last week when stirring addresses were delivered by such well I known Knights as Peter J Dowling I Patrick Holley John Schalda Jo seph P McGinn and Capt John Mur I phy and John Kinney of Jefferson I vllle The speakers advocated parish mass meetings when the benefits derived from membership In the Cath olic Knights would be made known to all In addition it was suggested that a Joint initiation for all the branches in the Falls Cities be held at an early date This will be de meetinglOwing the President and Vice President the meeting was called to order by Secretary Ben Kruse when John Schalda and Patrick Holley were chosen to serve for the evening and the usual business transacted Treasurer Charlies Falk received returns for the recent outings of the commit tee which requests all ticket holders to make their final report at the No- vemberI meeting The delegates were much surprised with the alterations and improvements In their hall which is now one of the best in the city I IWALNUT THEATER Joseph R Garry who Is prominent in Knights of Columbus circles will visit Louisville the coming week ap pearing at the Walnutstreet Theater as Richard BreWster In The Third Degree Mr Garry will be recalled u ofIJOSEPH R GARRY by many ihsa orgoers as the Silas Lynch in The1 Clansman Catholics circles will also be Interested In two young women of The Third Degree company Miss Sarah Padden theIiI afar of the organization ID a devout member of file faith She is a proII tege of Father Maurice J Dorney I of Chicago and obtained her educa I tlon and start in life through the weUIBI another member of the company Is the niece of Father Bernard Heeney of Holy Angels church Chicago This is her first season on the stage as she recently graduated from the Academy of Our Lady at Longwood Ill The Third Degree will play the entire week at the Walnutstreet play house and at the first perform ante souvenir photographs of Missi Padden will be given to every In attendance Tho company ladyII I production are the same that ap peared at Macauleys Theater last I season the present engagement Ini Louisville being the first that lasi been played at popular prices I IANNIVERSARY I The officers and members of St Patricks Branch of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America willt celebrate the twentyfirst anniversary of their organization at Robinson Hall Seventeenth and Main streets on Wednesday night November 8 The arrangements for the celebra floe are in the hands of a committee composed of Messrs Patrick Halley James Coleman Thomas Keenan Alexander Burke Joseph Vetter John T Riley Mrs Margaret Foley and Misses Mary Sheridan and Mary Corcoran They announce that the officers and members of the other branches are cordially Invited to take part in the celebration which will be made a most enjoyable and happy one INITIATION MONDAY NIGIITII I Division 4 A 0 H will confer the I degrees on a class of fourteen next I Monday night and President John I I H Hennessy is keeping the degree team busy rehearsing Its work D J 1 Reilly and T J Langan have been appointed as a special entertainment committee to arrange for a musical programme and also furnish something t for the Inner man at the close of the initiatory exercises V FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours AdoratlonjMpins tomorrow morning at St Hot1 nBi church on Eighteenth street at II- t Edwards is Jeffersontown e- pastors and altar societies of h- lhave made every pro l tibn for these beautiful devotlocjHMttJ- I jJ which will be heard eloquent sera by visiting priests who will asslsl the services which will continue w Tuesday evening 1 It1cH COAL Virginias coal production ii etadllyincreuingthe State o- put6f SO7tOrtfuD as year being tar ahead of any praTloui record 1 0 Cunning Lewis Brotz THE ONLY HENS AND YOUNG MENS CLOTHING SHOP IN THE CITY N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON Every transaction here must make a friend or strengthen the friendship already made If you are not one of our customers this is to let you know that we welcome you Our clothing is of popular favor a general approval based on the merits of the goods the tailoring the style AT PLEASING PRICES 10 15 2025 Drop in and try a Suit or Overcoat on Youllnot be urged to buy 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 droparoundThe Chas A Rogers Book Co 418 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 1911 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1911 JAMES QUA RLES DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR Judge of the Jefferson ircuit Court CHANCERY BRANCHFIRS DIVISION 1911 NOVEMBER ELECTIO 1911 SAM L ROBERTSON Democratic Nominee For ReEl ctlon For REPRESENT TIVEFiftyFirst Legislative District Comprising Eleventh and Twelfth WardsBARRY COUNCIL Entertains Grand Chaplain and President of the- Y M I Historic old Barry Council Y M I of Lexington held one of th- I largest and most eventful meetings Iof Its career on Tuesday evening Grand Chaplain George M Connor of Owensboro and Grand President V K Eckert of Louisville being the Iguests of the council President J B was in the chair and short addresses were delivered by Rev Fathers Llebert de Waegenaer and William Curry of St Paul church Rev Fathers G Wiserman and Henry Schulte of St Peters church John B Shannon James J OBrien and a short descriptive sketch of the TurkishItalian war by Phil Man golne A debate between P J Clark and Dan J Crow on Is Alcohol a Benefit or Curse to Mankind Drovedvery Interesting A commu nicatlon was received from Rev M R Delaney former Chaplain regret ting his inability to be present and I hoped that they would all remember him in a toast which was done Four applications were received and theI I Financial Secretary reported the largest receipt of dues this year which announcement was received with much enthusiasm Bright pros j pects are in store for Barry Council DEATH CLAIMS BISHOP I The Right Rev Augustine Van de Vyver for the past twentytwo year- Bishop d of the Richmond diocese an- a prominent figure in the American I hierarchy died early Monday morn Ing in Richmond of complications re suiting from a severe cold Bishop Van de Vyver was a native of glum being born in East BelII sixtyseven years ago He was anI earnest worker and though his dloI case was not large it was well pro vided with educational and charitable Institutions to which he gave special I care The See of Richmond was esII tablished in 1821 and has been presided over by some of the most noted of Americas Catholic dlgnlj CardinaliGibbons i II t Keane News of his death was I everywhere received with expressions I of profound regret By his death I Richmond and the church suffer a I distinct loss 1 WILL BE OUT SOON William Koster the well known I letter carrier Is recovering from a it serious accident which has laid him i up for four weeks He was watch ing a baseball contest on the com t mons when a foul tip struck him on the ankle causing a fracture followed by a threatening attack of blood poison which however has been averted and he expects soon to be back on hiss mall route- IItILEED 4h 11u1111 T Yes ttt dldaft do me any d x Why act e I talk in 1fly t1 an4mr wile rod out beNt It f MONUMENTSWe Barr Vermont three car loads of Monuments for our spring trade the largest and best assortment we have ever carried which we can eoffer at a bargain Please give us a call MULDOON Monument Company 813 VV Green St Louisville Ky KNIfflTK OF UOL1W Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Last Sunday 250 Knights received the fourth degree at Columbus Ohio theIfirst to assist the Austin sufferers sending 1000- Frankfort Council members are cheered over prospects for the erec thInew building for the San Francisco willd r Over 10000 men marched in ser ried ranks through the flagdecked streets of Providence in honor of the great Catholic sailor who discovered America St Paul Knights celebrated Dis highestdegreeby a banquet at which there were guestsI feature of the Columbus day celebration at ErIe was the unveiling of the Columbus statue theitroops and their bands from Fort Logan the Colorado National Guard and artillery and five other divisions made a great display in the Columbus parade at Denver SOMEWHAT IMPROVED Right Rev Patrick A Ludden Bishop of Syracuse Js still confined to his bed but the attendants note a gradual Improvement in his condition and now have hopes that he will be up and about 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JOIN NOW WM CALLAGHAN State Organizer 2710 W Jeff HENRY fiUNOLDBH- AISR IN Staple1 and Fancy x DrocarllsI A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old WMlsSdea a Specialty oksMttMeoM 524 Wt WALNUT JLBrownlieldGo 553 THIRD ST Eiilmir andd Contractorr 51E lrtJU1f1 OTWATR HEATING Dplst Jjuld WtHoat5eelifr Me- 118ETHosmePhone 7846 o- hire i I ENVOYS 1 I I va t Have MefI Reception in live rar- Vest After nearly a year of continuous labor beginning in the East and traveling westward preaching and explaining the doctrine of Irish Ire went along the Gaelic IenvoysI rested their eyes on the faroff Pacific Ocean They this month reached the city of Los Angeles where the Rev Eugene OGrowney one of Erins noblest sons died a martyr to the Gaelic causo Every where they went their message was enthusiastically received and their plea for the restoration of the Gaelic tongue the grandest and noblest heritage of the Irish race was I listened to With keen interest The success of their mission is not due alone to tho way in which Flonan McColum delivered his message In his native tongue nor to the eloquent manner In which Father OFlanagan made his plea It is due to a far greater extent to the Importance and the worthiness of the great cause they advocate The envoys will most i lIkely vlllit a number of SouthernI I cities when making their and it is expected Louisville will be iI among the number as Father OFlan agan was here some years ago and Is known to many of our citizens I FIGHT OPENS Redmonds Speeches Re ceived With Favor By All Classes Reviewing the affairs of Europe T P OConnor cables that the week ends In tumult and all round un certainty In English politics ho says the home rule campaign and the campaign for or against Lloyd Georges Insurance but now are In Il full swing Redmonds moderate speeches are reported fully in the papers of all shade and are producing an excellent effect especially in con trast with Carsons bloodcurdling appeals to rebellion in Ulster The Tories are digging up every speech made by every Irish leader Including Parnell whether in Ireland or America I to justify the old bogey of separation I but the indications are that it will be impossible for anybody to I revive the old passions old war Tries and old bogies LloydGeorges billhe thinks will go through after alIi though the labor unrest which i still causes much anxiety further i exasperated the Tory opinion against t him as the author of the present war J of classes by his Limehouse and other speeches Ramsey McDonald leader I of the Labor party publicly disowns j heir Hardie and the other Laborites I j who denounce the bill I I REALPAUTII I t Bible Plays In the Services j of the Catholic ChurchII Misinformed people often say that the Bible plays a very unimportant I part in the services of the Catholic church Evidently they are ignorant of the fact that the mass begins with a Psalm tho Introit is generally a passage of Scripture the Gloria InII Excelsls is a Bible passage swelling I into the grandest sublimity ot prayer The gospel of tho day is taken from one of tho four evangelists tho epistle is a selection from some other part of Scripture The offertory is from the Bible The lavabo is another of the Psalms the words of consecration are taken from the gospels the Our Father Is from the Bible and the service closes with the opening of the gospel of St John From beginning to end the mass is a Scriptural service The vespers is a series of Psalms The breviary containing the dally office of the priest is mainly composed of Psalms and other extracts from Scripture There is not an office of the church for the living or dead which does not contain largo extracts from the Bible BREATHE DEEPLY A simple way to get warm after longbreathRepeat this several times until you begin to feel the heat returning It requires a very short time to do this The long breath quickens the pulse and thus causes the blood to circu late faster The blood flows into all parts of the veins and arteries and gives out a great deal of heat It is stated that this method of deep breathing prevents colds and a great many other ailments if begun in time BOYS WHO OBEY Show us a boy who obeys his par ents who has respect for age who always has a friendly disposition and who applies himself diligently to get wisdom and to do good toward oth ors and If he is not respected and beloved then there is no such thing as truth in the world Remember this boys and you will be respected by others and grow up and become useful men CLEAN RUGS To clean your rugs put ahem upside down on bed springs laid down out In the yard Beat them thoroughly II then turn them over and sweep This saves the dirt from the ground get ting into the rugs t RIDS THB RATS itndRfrom and W runnlilPoT r Jt their feet pt btAged amfttey run away and nevgr tetjne again and do not lie about the tolmeed xii IIw YEARS fF to Baltimore CatLeilralScenoantC Most Impressive Jubilee Services y This Country nd Foreign Lands Pay Ionia e to GibbonsCarUnalII t I L Was Much Affected by Friendship Manifested For Him A MAN OF I APOSTOLIC ZEAL In the Cathedral at Baltimore where fifty years ago he was or dained a priest then successively consecrated a Bishop invested with the pallium of an Archbishop and twentyfive years after his ordination Caridinal bishop of Baltimore last Sunday re ceived homage from illustrious prelates and laymen from all parts of this country and foreign lands The ecclesiastical celebration of the Car dinals dual jubilee began Sunday morning with Pontifical high mass celebrated by the Cardinal with the Rev Dr William A Fletcher rector of the Cathedral as deacon and the Rev PC Gavan the Chancellor of the archdiocese as subdeacon Archbishop John J Glennon of St Louis delivered the sermon which was an eloquent tribute to the head of the American church In the course of his remarks the Arch bishop turned to the subject of edu cation expounding the Catholic idea of the question He held that the aim of education Is the acquisition of truth as opposed to the view of others that it is merely the obtaining- of I knowledge The church also ArChIbishopI vitally Interested in the matter education and educational ofII ments On general terms there it is in accord with the spirit of this ageThe music was chiefly Gregorian though there were Intervals of fig ured musts and orchestral instru ments were employed in the choir relieving the otherwise somber color processfoniwhichI never has been surpassed in this country were nine of Americas twelve Archbishops and about thirty- Bishops Included among the Arch bishops were Diomede ifelconio the Apostolic Delegate and Paul Bruchesi of Montreal Among the Bishops was Hugh McSherry of South Africa Following the mass dinner was served the visiting clergy I at St Marys Seminary In response to a toast proposed for Pope Plus Archbishop Falconlo the Papal Dele I gate said that up to the time of the i J present Pontiffs election society at large was distracted by a spirit of I innovation and unwholesome liberty danIgerousfundamental truths of the Christian I religion and that problems of the i highest Importance for the welfare the church and of society were ofII ing a speedy solution There required then said the Archbishop I a man of apostolic zeal a man com Ing from the ranks of the people I who could fully understand their I wants and direct the movements of i the advancing democracy a man of Christian courage and of stern determination I able to protect the religlous4liberty i and atheism And God provided the I I church with such a providential man I In the person of Plus X whose en ergetic action In the administration of the church has been so beneficial I to religionThe Delegate thanked the I American Catholics for their well known loyalty to the Holy See and offered to Cardinal Gibbons hit felicitations on the occasion of his twofold jubilee giving him high praise for his glorious career Archbishop John M Farley of New York In JaudIng the Cardinal for what he had accomplished for tke Catholic faith in America expressed the hope that eventually he wouldIbe seated upon the throne of Vat In canIdent of the United States Arch bishop John Ireland of St Paul said President Taft had not discriminated against Catholics and that while he bad given them no more than their due they were grateful to him The Cardinal rising at the end of the dinner saId the prejudices which formerly existed against Catholicism In this country were almost extermin ated He charged the Bishops and Archbishops around him with the command to garner by the end of another fifty years 100000000 souls for the Catholic church In this coun trlfiAlpleaslng feature of the banquet was the presentation of the degree of Doctor of Theology from Louvaln University In Belgium made by Right Rev Bishop Maes of Coving ton There is connected with this famous educational institution an American college founded by Arch bishop Spalding one of Cardinal Gibbons predecessors The Cardinal In his response recalled many events In Ills life and said he taw only a few about him howere with him In his early days He was much at- tegted by elhow of Affection made by BUhop Mass In bit remarks OTiXANg nEBNtI Ta cfwui wire screens 4mpn cotton ctoth wittt kerotene rtl11 both DWo1eOhelpsu Q rJ ll c M t tirJu Count Mourns the Mhilt of John ltvlarshalli Marian 1 F On cpmmon note of sorrow sounded Saturday throughout the country over the death of John Mar oftheStates and Kentuckys most dish tinguished son Ills splendid mind his great courage his rugged candor his virile combativeness combined to estimationiwhich ho had adorned or thirtyfour years lacking a month and a half Chief Justice Marshall arid Justice Field were the only members of that servIcelIe he towered moreIndependentoutspokenHIs ard Oil caseIlnwordISherman AntiTrust law will live in judicial annals as long as the country will endureAs tho critic of Presidents he was at his best and hisformalChlefIlIIaglstrates WOMAN Father Bernard Vaughans Views on Suffrage Question Father Bernard Vaughan S J the great English apostle of the poor and enemy of social shams is In this country for a visit to last until next andlitVaughanI lands smart set and a good many other subjects does not want to bo listed newibuttomatchingribbonsshe is graspaIddayShethInksAenough in dealing with side issues of minor Importance but could she issuesFather IXceptlonalordinarywoman notAsuited I LATEST IN STYLES Two toned veils are very smart plainborders retaInthetilefirstFlounces are again in fashionffpr ltheyIn the tailor made waists the trim InmereSide plaited ribbons generally with populartrImmingon hats Toques and turbans in two colors are smart and may be ofisllcloth or felt or combined with velvet or heavy Jibbed silk fichu IsbeIngshapedopeningFichus are seen In every possible handkerchief embroIdered1 thekimonosoftfoldsnobreakDraped effects appear in turbans galoreThesethelongNEEDLE TIlE 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inent In the Discovery day parade at DenverDuring the past six months three new divisions were organized In MassachusettsDivision of Anaconda voted 50 to the fund tho envoys are raising for tho Gaelic League In Ireland State President Brown is visiting and encouraging all tho divisions In Central and Western New York A new ladles auxiliary with a membership of over fifty was Insti tuted this month at Waltham Mass The new division instituted at Med field Mass conferred the honor de gree on thirtyfive candidates last SundayBoston Hibernians will put all their energy Into the coming St Pat ricks day parade which Is expected to be the best yet held John J Killeen Just elected Ili the first Irish Catholic City Judge Nashville over had He Is a member of the Ancient Order The Irishmen of Dougherty Iowa are enthusiastic over the division or ganized there which has prospects ror a membership of 200 National President Regan will at tend the Cleveland diamond Jubilee celebration and big county Initiation to be hold early in December The appeal of the National Board for contributions for the Cardinal Gibbons Memorial Building should meet with a generous response Division 4 of Minneapolis cele bratod the diamond jubilee of the order last week The treasury contains 2500 with no debts or lia bilitiesLadles Auxiliary 9 of Buffalo de voted its last meeting to a feast of Irish song and story and a Jig competition which was awarded to Mrs OBrien The auxiliary making the greatest percentage Increase in membership In Connecticut from September 1 to January 1 will be awarded a silk banner by the State Board Though unable to complete her semiannual report the NationalI Secretary of the Ladles Auxiliary ns Adelia Christy statesthe mem bership Is now nearly 60000 But two more months remain of the diamond jubilee year Let It not be said of any member that he has not helped increase our number It Is not yet too late for each to secure at least one candidate Editor Patrick J Haltigan Will deliver his famous lecture tomorrow at the diamond jubilee celebration of the division at Olean N Y He will also witness the big Initiation at Buffalo on Monday night GOING AHEAD Mackin Council Consider IngEducationalQuestion Mackin Council is keeping abreast ot the times as was apparent at the meeting Monday night when matters of public concern were considered at some length President Robertson occupied the chair and announced that Dr A R Blzot would address the council next Monday night An eloquent and forceful speaker and greatly Interested In the young men Dr Blzot Is assured of a good audi ence The delegates t the Catholic Federation spoke in praise ot the work of that body and asked that liberal support bo given It In Its arrangements for entertaining the national convention next year Joseph Gathof Joe Miller Conrad Schaefer and Joseph Schuler who are on the sick list were reported on the road to recovery Three applications were received making six this month and therefore it was decided to have an Initiation on the second Sunday In November The proposition to es tablish a commercial night class was discussed by nearly all present but final action was postponed till next Wednesday night when a special meeting will be held and all Inter ested given an opportunity to be heard Notices were ordered sent out requesting the presence of every member MOTION PIOTURES The Casino and Orpheum motion picture offerings continue to meet with public approval and are viewed bjr almost continuous crowded houses From their opening the Princess Company has seen to it that no ob jectionable pictures were exhibited and hence the popularity of these two houses For next veek the very latest films have been secured and the dally change will bring a variety that will be hailed with delight BUSINESS REMOVAL The T W Tarpy Cigar Company has removed Its office and factory from 906 West Market to 12 South Sevenths street The change was made because ot the Increased business and the necessity tor larger quarters Mr Tarpy who isa well prominentingaged In the manufacture of cigars jreveral years oa1ld bas met wIth remarkable success two ot life brands the Lady Dirt sad Little n t Jf1i J r HHr c r SOCIETY DIRECTORYt A1 O H- DIVISIONI 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President William Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp klns Recording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler SergeantatArms Louis 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 MeehanFinancial Secretary John J KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteenlh and Portland PresidentD J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFinancial SecretaryL G Hes stonTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens SeiltlnelThamas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArms William Cal laghanSentinelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc Grody Flnanclai Secretary John Hogan TreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y 11 x MAORIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link Financial Secretary F G Adams Recording Secretary R Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH Ker bergTroasurorW A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrloit Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart R Otrtj1J1E r s 14 tIft fopMfr w fat Consulted the Bent Doctors 0 Brooklyn N T 261 Hamburg Ave lP10Foreverydayterms I consulted the best doctors In everythingI Mal andtobeforenlanisdingg thenfrat- bottle I was feeling well because tho fits disappeared I am very thankful and have confidence In the Tonic Mrs Adelaide Ullrich Mr Martin Hottnck Cataldo Idaho wasnt able to sleep more than one hour Ina night for three years he palesInsleepIncreasedIs very much pleased with the effect of the remedy A Valuable Book on Nor FREE SamplebottlDents also get the ntdlda tree SodWayneKOENIG MED CO Chicago III 1Q8 Lake Street Sold by Druggists at 1 per nettle 6 tot es Large Slzt 17616 Bottler lot 9 a J having a big demand every where SHUBEKT MASONIC The Fatted Calf an optimistic comedy comes to the Shubert lor the first half of next week This opera was recently produced with great success and the same remarkable cast will Interpret the play here For the last half Manager Garrity announces an augmented star revival of Pinafore It will be presented with identically the came cast as was seen at the Casino Theater Now York City all of last summer which includes Fay Templeton De Wolf Hopper Eugene Cowles Vlple Glllettee Edith Decker George Mc Farlano R E Graham Arthur Al drldge and Alice Brady FRIENDS ARE INVITED The ladles of the Holy Name parish Invite their friends to a euchre party to be held next Tuesday night In the church hall at Fourth and O streets Play will begin at 8 oclock and many handsome prizes will be awarded The proceeds wilt be devoted to worthy purposes and as an enjoyable eveningIs assured the ladtes look for a large gathering r u4 ib7f 1 e r 3 ua ia 1 IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The late William Brown of Porta ferry left personal estate valued at 61000 Only three minor cases were before the Dundalk Petty Sessions Fine record for three months Dr M D Staunton Acting Medical Officer of Swinford Dispensary dis trict was at the meeting of Swinford Guardians elected Medical Officer of the district The Castlederg Guardians have accepted the resignations of John S Nesbitt master after fiftyfour years service and of Miss Gregory matron who held her post for fortythree years At a recent meeting of the Carlow Urban Council a communication was received from the Local Governmqnt Board sanctioning a loan of 12500 for the waterworks improvement schemeDr Michael J Dolan Drumkeorln was unanimously elected Medical Of ficer of Health for the LUrganboy Dispensary at a meeting of the Man orhamilton Guardians and District Council The Very Rev Dr DAlton has been given the pastoral charge of Balllnrobo and raised to the dignity of VlcarForane and Canon of the Cathedral Chapter by His Grace the Most Rev Dr H aly Although not unexpected the death of Thomas Bannlgan at Dally train cast a deep gloom throughout tho county He was a regular contributor to the Dundalk Democrat and was known locally as the Bard of Ballytraln An old ago pensioner Mary Flynn of Ballyvannell County Wexford met her death under tragic circumstances She left her house In a donkey car to visit her daughter and half an hour afterward was discovered penned beneath the vehicle Recently fire broke out in houses occupied by John Taylor and Michael McGrath Aughnacloy The flames spread rapidly and four dwelling houses adjoining were also com pletely burned down The residents had time to escape but a considerable quantity of furniture was de stroyedA time ago a small factory was established in the town of Mon aghan for the manufacture of womens waists and blouses A mod ern plant was secured and sixty ma chines were Installed So successful has the enterprise proved that there are at present 150 machines in operationThe number marching IB procession at the unveiling of the Parnell monument must have exceed ed 200000 and Its size may be gauged from the fact that John Red mond had concluded his speech and unveiled the memorial before many of the rear divisions reached OCon nell Bridge The apple crop In County Water ford is unusually good and In size and quality the apples are far above the average of any year within the memory of the oldest inhabitants- A youth named Hehir was killed in Limerick by a fan from a tree from which he was collecting chestnuts I At a meet of the Birr Board of Guardians Malach Fitzgerald was ap I pointed Infirmary Attendant SEAL VETS Will Attend Diamond Jubilee For HomeComingEvent Intense Interest is being mani fested on all sides In the diamond jubilee bazar of St Boniface parish which takes place next month The many committees are meeting with encouragement and now feel assured that the bazar will be successful from every point of view Many quaint recollections hover around St Boniface church which was dedicated In 1837 and these are now being re vived The older parishioners remember that in 1848 during tho Mexican war Capt Jacob Pfalzer a member of the then small congrega tion organized a company of Infantry and went to the seat of war remain ing until peace was declared There are still living a few veterans of that war who are members of St Boniface parish and special efforts will be made to have them present at the homo coming event of the jubilee which has been set ifor Thursday No vember 23 A special programme will be presented every night of the bazar which will continue tar a week HOPjaNS THEATER Hopkins Theater patrons are promised another great vaudeville bill next week with melody mirth and comedy features not seen hero this year There are six numbers on the programme each one of tho high type that has won success for this popular peoples amusement house The latest features motion photog raphy will complete a bill of exceptional merit t AVENUE THEATER 1 The offering for next week at tho Avenue Theater will be the Cowboy and the Thief a thrilling drama that will be presentedby a company giving a true picture fyf Western life For this production a large amount of scenery Is carried and the stage setting Is a feature of the 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