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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r J r fi 4a E KENTUCKY IRISH 4MERICANktchN t VOLUME XXVIINO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 281 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS COME AGAIN hats What Hibernians Say to National President J Z J Began i Addresses Large and Pleased Audience at Macauloys Theater Vicar General Cronin has Kind Jj Words For the Ancient Order HONORED GUEST WITH BANQU James J Regan National dent of the Ancient Order of I mans has comp and gone an expression of every one who i heard him Is Come again dent Regan arrived hero i morning when he was met b Executive Committee compo Messrs Thomas Walsh Con J John G Hosslon John J Da- D J Coleman and escorted 1 Seelbach where during the officers ahd many members four divisions and promlnei Izens called upon him After the distinguished visitor wat for an automobile ride and many points of Interest wh pressed him most favorably Sunday night a larg Intelligent audience assemb Macauleys to greet President and well were they repaid f time thus spent In the box Rev James P Cronin V G Patrick Walsh A J Brady A Gausepohl Lawrence Ford Brady and others Attorney Walsh presided and welcome present on behalf of the j Order his Introduction of Pr Megan putting every one in t r of humor for the treat that fo President Regan was greeted and In acknowled complimented Louisville and tucky for its hospitality an ability with which the Ancle der has been represented at t Uonal conventions After p out the Tesponslbllltles that upon IrishAmerican citizensh speaker gave a brief history order its alms and purposes a grehL Wor1fIt1 8 donE The Ancient Order of lUbe was organized between 300 an ears ago said the speaker c same principles upon which working todaymorality and trlotlsm faith and fatherland great organization has not do1 rdue Jot nor tittle from the ions or patriotic principles for It was started originally Thi der was organized first In Am seventyfive years ago and I asking every county delegatio celebrate the Diamond Jubilee ti some time between now and Dec m ber 31 by Initiating a large class of new members to commemorate ihej founding of the order In America I The Ancient Order of HiberniansI II dose not come before the ask for consideration on any prom Iso Of what We may don the future We let the public Judge of the future by the history of the organization In the past Representing as It does the Irish race the order always has tood for and encouraged the noblest Ideals of that race First and foremost ft stands for the spread of Catholicism amongi the people It always has encour aged education among our people and I say It with pardonable pride that no people today make any i greater sacrifice to raise and edu I cate their children properly than 1 the Irish fathers and Irish mothers I The organization has endeavored always to hold Irish womanhood to the place of esteem and honor to I I which It is entitled The Ancient Order of Hibernians has stood for I I and encouraged the highest principle of charities among Its own i members and the national organize Lion has been the foremost in times of public distress to Tender aid both at home and abroad President Regan pledged fidelity to the Ideals of the organization urged the enrollment of new members from the young men and keep tug up the high standard of membership Ho told of the work that had been done by his organization in producing reforms such as the crusade for elimination of the ob- Jectionable stage Irishman the sup pression of slanderous St Patricks day post cards and other caricatures I on the Irish race VlcarOeneral Cronin was Intro I duced and In a few words expressed his approval of the Ancient Order I Ito expressed himself in hearty sympathy with every utterance of Presi1 fant Regan saying nothing thrilled I I film more than an address like the rne he had Just heard ti Following the lecture President Regan was tendered a banquet at the Seelbach Toasts were briefly responded to by the honor guests Father Patrick WAlsh and former national delegates and State and county officers President Regan rtatat the head of the table around which were Rev Patrick Walsh B IT Coleman Thomas Walsh John j HesBion William M Higgins George J Butler William T Yee han Mark JVyanj John J Barry William rphrrhoaiS1teeuni vM flConnell JAntM rtIIllivaii Dan Dougherty Martin alck Patrick J Welsh Edward iran Thomae Stevenl and Win J lam Lawler All were called upon and congratulated President Regan and County President Coleman upon the success achieved and pledging themselves to carry out the recommendations of the National Boar- dDECORATION Bestowed upon Brooklyn Catholic Woman by Holy Father By direction of Pope Plus X Mrs Ann Eliza McCaddn Walsh of Brooklyn was last Sunday invested with the insignia of the first claw of the Ladles of the Holy Sepulchre an unusual honor for the Vatican to confer on an American woman ro presentatlo Walshs residence by the Very Rev Monsignor Grannan of Washington acting as the special representative of the Pope by direction of Apostolic Delegate Monsignor Falconlo The decoration conferred upon Mrs Walsh is second only to that of the Golden Rose which Is restricted to women of reigning royal families and is rarely granted even to them The Insignia consists of a Jerusalem cross and shield the upright and I transverse pieces of which are of equal length In each of the four angles are Smaller crosses of similar form The whole is of gold enam eled in the finest style of Italan art and studded with brilliants The die tinction Is conferred by the Pope upon Catholic women for extraor dinary service to the church Mrs Walsh Is the founder of the Henry McCaddln Jr Fund for the education of young men for the priest hood This fund has Increased ma tonally since its establishment and students of all rites allowed in the Catholic churchLatins Greeks Armenians Maroqltes Syrians Chaldeans and Copts distributed in seminaries all over the world In Europe Asia and Americaare on the roll of the fun- dMADE MERRY Many Applications Receiv ed by Knights of St John There was merrymaking and a general good time at the reunion of the Knights of St John last Wednesday night under the auspices of St Michaels Commandery 103 at St Peters Hall Alderman Fred Leezer presided and welcomed the clergy Col Henry Felhoelter CoL Joe Breen and staff and the visitors the hall was well filled and each speaker was frequently applauded The first Introduced was Rev Father Jerome Prelseer Chaplain of Com mandery 103 who said the Knights of St John bring blessings ioman and the community where they are organized He also told of the as sistance they render the church and the help they render one another rather Conrad delivered a short AdtireM in German and was followed by Attorney Joseph Conkling who spoke at length on this n ntlot I md neoesttty for earryiafc life ln- surartcewhloh protects fcb lfeni children whett the husbaad and father areciMmed br death He reviewed he rate MDaanl 4oin pnle and sodette 114 dedansd those of the Kolgbta of St John f a c r Y a I SOME OF THE CANDIDATES FOR LEGISLATURE were as good as the best an tl than many William M Higgins was the last speaker and was followed I by the pleasing announcement that I eighteen applications resulted from the reunion Chairman Leezer In vited all to remain and partake of a bounteous luncheon which afforded an hour of pleasuro and good cheer and was thoroughly enjoyed INTO ETERNAL REST Again death has summoned a faithful and well beloved member of the Sacred Heart parish On Thurs day of last week Mrs Catherine Cummings died at her home 824 South Thirteenth street She was born In Floyd county eightyseven years ago but had been a resident of this city for many years Mrs Cum mings was the widow of Patrick Cummings and the mother of three children who are still living to honor her memory They are James Cummings an engineer on the Louisville Nashville Bart Cum mings of Los Angeles and Miss Mary Cummings who resided with her The deceased led a simple quiet life but one of great interior beauty and devotion Her brother also deceased was a priest for many years in Indiana Mrs Cummings was an old friend of Bishop ODonI aghue who visited her frequently since coming to Louisville Her morningFathermass and speaking kindly words of hehadWITII THE SICK Thomas L Corcoran the well known grocery salesman whose illness has confined him to his homo 720 East Walnut street for several weeks Is now convalescent and expects to be able to be out next weekJohnM Council who has been confined to his home at 3532 West Walnut for the last tour of five weeks with blood poisoning is slowly Improving He has been connected with the Ahrena Ott I pasttwentyfive I L T Conner of 611 North Twen tyseventh street who bas been critically ill for the pest eight weeks continues very low and grave hopes are entertained for his recovery I THBT WEJIBRHII Tames Sullivan and Mlws Faimle I ofDanville t I lastWednesdayand RevPatber001 w f I TiTIs Judge Oltear Still Maintaining Ills Dodging Tactics and Evasion Sidesteps Question About Ills Part In the Galt House Conference Local ItopublicansAreFighting i Each Other Daily in the Courts GOV HARMON TO SPEAK TONIGBT The closing days of the State cam paign still finds ORear and his desperately whichEdward stronghold predicted this at the beginning of the campaign and now It Is a dally occurrence of the Republican speak ors and their organs trying to ofset havingmorespeaker In this fight he is meeting byhisconvinced them that his cause is Just and that the future hope of Kentucky rests in the success of Democracy Mr McDermott will make a presiding officer In the Sen ate of whom the whole State will be proud Have you noticed that Judge ORear is the only candidate for office that can be believed Every statement made about him is false every critic Is a liar every proof of insincerity manufactured the Gait House meeting was never held yet he refuses to Join with GOT McCreary In requesting Judge Humphrey tell of ORears part reruttedmountaineer ito Frankfort and the killing of Gpv OoelHtlJIe also made evasive answer to the Charge that McCultoch the huT man la MlloiUog eMapftieti taadi for thrm In 4aettehasdgdnderery ituentlon nrhimself1 hZ 1 gwhich I amusing film in his moving picture ArtfulDodger hasbeencampaign funds for ORear on the ground that the Republican cam paign treasury Is empty and right on the heels of their plea comes the announcement that they are running three special trains with moving pictures through the Eleventh dis trict which will cost no less than 10000 Theres a nigger In the woodpile somewhere The Louisville Republicans are hopelessly split They first refused to nominate a ticket for the General Council and when a crowd of the dark lantern workers of the party here put up a ticket then the few men who control the Republican D unty Committee got together and named a full ticket to head off the Junior Order boys Many of those thus named never were consulted and with the exception probably of J Duff Reed and one or two others the Democrats will have no opposi tlonAtter the courts decided agalnct the Junior Order ticket run ning under the log cabin emblem these worthies withdrew not caring to show their real strength under any other device where they could not have the o vote to boost their game Asa forecast of the vote in the coming State race It Is only necessary to review the vote of Louisville and Jefferson county which four years ago gave Willson 9000 majority over Hager and this year It Is even conceded by the Re publicans to give Gov McCreary and the Democratic ticket a majority of not Jess than 3000 Chairman Frank McGrath of the local Democratic Committee and his associates have been making a big preparation for the speaking of Gov Judson Harmon of Ohio who will address the voters of this district at the Seelbach Roof Garden this evening when a large crowd Is ex pected to bear him discuss the issues of the day- WOMEN ARE AWAKE The Ladies Catholic Order of Foresters at their national convention In Chicago voted the l1mof 20000 to the Extension Society to be used in the building of Catholic Chapels la the poor Motions of the United States f1hamoun iis to be raited toy an annual per capita tax of Ban cenU for a period of three years The prop+ired fund rtheForlI will be keens U Linn Women Catholic Order of Forester claP rfundn4 tr9iPtelInteitoit Ii e t+ accruing thereon the Executive Con mlttce of the Extension Society will build annually two chapels as memorials to deceased members This order organized in 1892 has now a membership of 65000 with courts scattered over most of the States GOOD CLASS Was Initiated By Division 4 Last Monday Evening Division 4 A 0 H showed that Reganhadclass of ten on Monday evening at Bertrand Hall the degrees being 1 e division degree ConnellyJohnchoir under the direction of James Perry organist The following list classNicholasHigginsBakerOLearyMlchnelConnellyJohnE ward Mannion arid John Coleman After the Initiation refreshments were served and vocal and instru mental numbers rendered by Baker Masterson Dave Reilly Thomas Mar tin and Sergeant Jack Maloney who also danced a hornpipe assisted by Teddy OToole Matt Muldoon a visitor from Division 3 entertained with a lively breakdown which was heartily applauded Division 3 was well represented among whom were County President D J Coleman MackeyThomasMatt Muldoon MONUMENT Erected to the Memory of rather John B Kelly Tho dedication of the monument In Holy Trinity cemetery In New Al bany to the memory of Father John IolyTrinityday afternoon The Rev Charles CurranPl1storof Holy Trinity church will conduct the services and an eloquent priest from the Domini can convent in Louisville will de liver the sermon The various so InchidlngStEdwards St John New Albany Council Knights of Columbus and Unity Council Young Mens Institute will participate in tho exercises On the following Sunday the societies of the church will participate In the ob servance of All Souls day nt St Marys cemetery POLICE DOINGS Patrolmen Edward McGrath Aus tin Nally and J J Kllleen returned to their poets this week after a vaca tionof ten days Tim McCarthy and James Savage of the Second district IIOHnandEdwardCraddlek ll their vawUion last Monday Patrol man William OCoBBell w oohai been 111 for the past two nwMitlM with totitsmaterial ofeance u c u 1 1 Uit Arc In Bad Mood Over Ulsters Fight On Autonomy For Ire a land Prophets See a Parliament and Homo Rule Prosper On i Emerald Isle Secretary Birrell Promises Introduction of Measure Early in March D BOGIES WILL CUT NO ICE latest Irish political news is the antihome rule campaign- d agonedconservative press when Sir F ard Carson ilald the verbal dation of a separate home rule Ulster is not giving the Tory theybeginningit the tendencies of this child of r 3 theylostparts of Ulster who drew the at such treacherous utterances this that the Kings army and- y would attack Belfast at their11 They are greatly worried at class of men In Ulster who so are the only ones who have re ved their programme with on nslasm Sir Edward Carson and his follow unders of the proposed new gov nment talk of passive resistance by e Ulster people and their deterraln lon to refuse to pay taxes levied bye Irish Parliament The Belfast orkingmen are asking how they can list the movement They dont ly income tax or land tax or house ity but they are paying Indirect xes on tobacco and whisky and s icy may give up the use of these lixuries though it is somewhat un kely If they do it will not be the lovernment only that Is the loser ir Belfast boasts of some of the irgest distilleries and tobacco fac jrles in the country Be that as It nay It Is certain that tho working len of Belfast realize that tho only ray they can assist the landlords prsWhosympathizith o fight the good fight will be to nake it impossible for them to pay ncome tax If they have no in omes how can the Government col ect the tax So there is already a novement afoot to refuse to pay ent No rent for the landlords will nean a rise of from 1 to 2 a week n wages to the Belfast working nan and he will not be evicted tow its landlord refusing to recognize he Government at Dublin wilt be mable to Invoke the help of the awj No wonder antihome rule Is popular among the workers at Bel fastIn a very few weeks nobody will hear any more about a separate government for Ulster If a home rule bill Is passed the members elected to represent Ulster at Dublin will take their seats In the local Parliament where there will bo Pro gressives and Tories as In every other modern political assembly These will shade off into many kinds of orange and green but the only fights Ireland will see will be with words on the floor of her local Par liament and before ten years have passed all England will be wonder Ing what objections there could over be to Irish home rule T P OConnor cables that Secre tary BIrrell has Jumped to the front with some striking announce ments with regard to the homo rule b111For the first time the general public knows there will be two chambers and I believe most of the Irish members will assent to the forming of a safeguard against hasty rash legislation Blrrell speaks with great hopefulness of the prospects of the measure and men tions next March as the date of the Introduction of tho bl11that Is to say the first movement after the new session of Parliament has set tled down to business- I have Just returned from an ex tensive home rule tour in England Everywhere the meetings Were crowded The Liberals are more united now than they were in Glad stones day The Tories are working like demons sending Ulster mission aries all over their constituencies and drawing the usual rawbones pictures of the terrors to civil and religious liberty in Ireland under home rule The Liberals reply withJequal vigor Wallace Carter who conducted a splendid free trade campaign Is now Secretary of the Homo Rule Council and la covering all England with a network of meet Ings My strong impression Is that the old bogies of separation and re llglous persecution will no longer a cut any ice and hat England if readier to accept home rule than itt any period since the opelring of the battle EUZABBTIITOWN The Forty Hours atrollona at St James church atBllubethtown came to a solemn cloee Tupeday the j attendance at all the serjlcea being J FatherDalyRev Charles PltaM of this cit and Itet Thomw J Haps o Bowling Green who preached vUJt quent reasons A Ir JS H QnS 4 iY 4t- TI n u KENTUOKY IQISH AltIERIOAN K I1flMERI6RM liceInotcdOfficially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians YoungMoaa Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY INIsH AME ICAN PRINTING CO Iacorporated Publlahera SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C BaUred lit tin LaBium PottoMIc at 8eraadCIau n lttr I AMrtM all Corameeleatlu to tile KENIUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31911 Welt Greet St UNION IT DES lJ1BFl COUNCIL it LOUISVILLE KY + SATURDAY OCTOBER 28 1911 us DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET c For United States Senato OLLIE M JAMES of CrittendonI 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 Fayette For Attorney General JAMES GARNETT- of Adair For Secretary of State- C F CRECBLIUS of Pendleton For Superintendent of Public I structlon- BARiKSDALB HAMLETT of Christian For Commlssloaer 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 dlvslon James Quarles STATE SENATOR Thirty seventh district Hlte oHuffaker REPRESENTATIVES Fortyfourth districtLuther C Owlngs Fortyfifth district Charles H KnightFortysixth districtAdam Spahn KUblFortyclghth Fortyninth district William+ Perry Fiftieth district William T Mc NallyFiftyfirst district Samuel L Robertson hI MAGISTRATE I Seventh Magisterial district P Ttt SullivanaI CONSTABLEeI J Fourth Magisterial dlstrlctJohnt J Sanders I Flfth Magisterial district Will lam R Steltenkampr ALDERMEN Dr John H Buschemeyer Fre 0Schwenker I Mi Clifford Joseph Overberg Frod J Leozer Samuel Leldlgh J Will tam Miller R Guy Parker C W Schmitt James M Treasy George B Coder COUNCILMAN First wardWIlUamP Graves and John Neuhauser Second wardCharles Mann and William Karst Third wardPoJ Fleig and Will tam M Booher Fourth ward Jerome King and Ben Schulman I Fifth wardDaniel Coblens and T J Garvey Sixth wardJames Norton and I Mike Leone Seventh wardThomas Lawrence IfCEIghIfC Ninth wardDaniel B Coleman the and MJ McDermott Tenth wardR D Thomas and AJ Steiger Eleventh wardJ W Flood and C J Finnegan Twelfth wardB 0 Watson and Ben SandICbBred Levy Dr Walker B Gossett and Ben J Brumlevo MOST EFFECTIVE worn of of I l4wftra J McDermott has done and Etrmo of the most effective work of the cemapatgn liee has been wel pomMl v ryWherebygreata- tt4leJ1cuHl peeches have appealedl to the intelligence of fatal to Ishearers Without jmwion or Par stay MfMtilp hr boa made arguments tlIj emocratic uec4M that are jMwerattei He hm atrlpped the pabllcin platform 6 its pratensee ofkd the Republican arty of 1i k of Lab j i J1Iatopi t J1I are t- He J I tees or suppress legislation In behalf of any party or interest His courage character and capacity make him a tower of strength to his party in this important contest SEES AT LAST Several years ago the Kentucky Irish American advised the Evening Post of the PoUtlcal ahvl1 11 i DEATHS Republican convention Those reasons sufficiently cear were that the men renominated by the Demo crattc party have admWetered the Jfalrs of Louisville with a fidelity ability unsurpassed in the history of the city Their election already assured means a greater and prosperous Louisville which the Republicans who have been notdopposeIt dally papers would look up the meaning of the word solemnize they probably wouldnt use It so frequently when reporting marriage affairs that take place In capitol domes In court rooms and In hotelII parlors c I ADDITION TO NAZARETH I E Work was begun this week on the Acndlemy f newIbulldlng c f t f oan Infirmary It will be ready c occupancy with the opening of next school year Nazareth is one of the most noted of a female educational institutions A- In this country n C BEAUTIFUL STATUES Ue Sister Bernadine Superior of E Presentation Academy has just pur two beautiful statues one of Agnes the martyred Roman fE and one of St Stanislaus T These statues are very lifelike andowhen blessed will be mounted on tt white enameled pedestals at the end a the second floor corridor In honor n the two patrons of purity youth n loyalty bI gi AVENUE THEATER The thrilling dramatic novelty fl The Heart of Chicago comes next ri the Avenue Theater for a weeks w engagement This play promises to N on the road longer than tl Italeverall carrlM enough scenery to build two F melodramas of the prewnt day Two w the scenes are absolutemarvelsl th fife stage painter one the acton= lb lira sc ne whleh it a vivid W duetloa of the rpra St of the great OhicuBByir qf 71 and tba other lithe approfcch looomotlv scene Dally matinee Bi nnounc d for the tingitftuanet to13 feiii id tf f I 1 SGIETY Mrs M A Wathen has gone East to remain until the holidays Miss Katherine Malone has re turned from a visit to Naz areth Miss Louise Shelley has been vis iting Miss Agnes Welch at Spring Station T Al Barrett Is recovering from his recent Illness and is now able to be about Miss Amy Breslln who arrived last week to visit her mother has returned to State College Mrs W eORourke and daugh ter Helen have gone to Hodgenvllle to visit Miss Lula Hendricks Charles J OConnor and wife are among those spending a recreation season at West Baden Springs Miss Margaret its 0 h hP UjjjNT Way short any who has been attelltuug t e3 alumni meeting at St Marys of the Woods near Terre Haute will visitt rlends at Robinson Ill before re urning home Mr and Mrs J S Lander an ounce the marriage of their daugh er Cornelia B to Clarence A rank October 25 by the Rev Louis lammer of St Anthonys church it Jeffersonvllle Mrs Kate OConnor and sons At orneys James and William OCon or who have been spending the1 ummer at GapIntheKnobs have eturned to town for the winter an re at their home on West Broad rayLicenses were Issued Tuesday for he marriage of Charles J Burke of few Albany and MisS Anna Stone f South Fifth street and Thomas Lyons 2322 High street and Use Agnes Dunn 2519 Cornwall treet James D Cain and bride who was IBS Margaret E Martin are home om their wedding trip They ere married at St Patricks church a Wednesday of last week Rev ather Cronin V G performing the remony The marriage of Miss Bessie Stone ad Charles Joseph Burke of New Ibany was solemnized Wednesday ornlng at 630 oclock at the athedral of the Assumption After le ceremony the couple left for an tended trip to Detroit and Niagara ills j Visitors at the City Hall this week und Deputy City Assessor Martin Butler all smiles and In the best humor His associates explained at Martin was rejoicing over the rival of a little boy deputy at his imo 1845 Baird street where ilghbors and friends without num r have been calling to tender con atulatlons KIN Anna May McBride and mee G Woods were quietly mar d op Wednesday evening of last PhilliprilatlnKHlu Alice MoBrlde sis of the bride and Joe Kueren of Tlngton were the only attendants flowing the ceremony a reception 0 seven at the brides home for t immedIatemembers bf the ta1j1It After November 1 Mr And Mill wd mill beatuom at 620 IVee- tCatkerfaeIi st n XtuSairJIIesjemntaed W ftnesday morning at N- r r ri 1I 9 the Church of St Frances of Rome I In Clifton the Rev Thomas W White performing the ceremony Miss Pauline Brown of Owensboro was maid of honor and Elmer L Brown of Owensboro beet man Little Miss Mary Bernadette Bar bour niece of the bride acted as ring bearer A breakfast was served at the home of the bride for the bridal party and immediate families after which Mr and Mrs Murray left for South Bend Ind where they will reside i rlargely attended and that many n u will theyti BAZAR NEXT MONTH I Father Jansen and the people of St Brlglds parish are making ex tensive preparations for a bazar to be given at Trinity Council club house Baxter and Morton avenues on the afternoon sand evenings of November 27 and 28 There will be a number of pretty booths presided over by the young ladles of the con gregatlon and besides some new and introduceddThe proceeds will be devoted to the building fund for St Brlgids new church CLABK LALLY I andJohnWednesday morning at St Josephs If j Websterjtheir friends and relatives The bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs L W Clark Mr Lally Is clerk j of Judge Fields court and one of the youngerCourthouse1 Mr and Mrs Lally will be at home ijii i I 2 STATIONED IN CALIFORNIAe 13I some years ago stationed at St ri Louis Bertrands In this city and S since located in Minneapolis has b gone to San Francisco where he B expects to remain at least a year do a Ing mission work Father Lawler has many friends in Kentucky who Swish him every success In his new tl field of labor While In the Golden Gate City he will be at St Dominics Priory 1919 Stelnor street- SHOWERED I iIs a Deputy Sheriff Thomas Grimes and tl1 wife received a pleasant surprise ni Tuesday night when many of their friends called at their home 518 m Twentyfirst street and gave them a w linen shower Mrs Grimes was g equal to the occasion and entertained the party in a moat delightful Way th 14 SPEARS TONIGHT ttw The Rev Charles Curran rector di 41ItaHllli tonight HIs subiact will belI1 Civic RlghteoufneiML Fathcc Cur P rata to an ablei prlwt and what Jht M will bave to eey Witt e of rove II w than ordinary interestT 0GR j THE GREATEST OFFER Ever made the Boys and Children of Louisville Patrick OMeara fortytwo years of age a car repairer for the Louisville Nashville railroad died of a morningstreet following a long Illness Besides his wife he leaves six children to mourn his death The funeral took place Wednesday morn- Ing from St Georges church Rev Bather Weiss officiating at the olemn mass of requiem John F Keegan fortytwo years old a telegraph operator died late Tuesday afternoon of paresis after an Illness since last February His leath occurred at the home of his rotherrlnlaw Harry E IMcCarty LG45 Eastern parkway He leaves a rother Patrick Keegan and three listers Mrs Harry E McCarty and KeeganThenornlng from St Agnes church the nterment being in St Louis emetery The news of the death of Mrs Nellie Kaiser beloved wife of Will MissHenriettamorning brought sorrow to her many friends and relatives throughout the city Mrs Kaiser had been II for over four months at her home 318 West Jefferson street and the nd was not unexpected For many ears she was a prominent figure in hurch and charitablo work and a sal friend In sickness and distress he was fortyseven years old and efore her marriage was Miss Nellie loes Five brothers and one sister Iso survive her The funeral servII des were held yesterday morning atlt Charles l church which was ironged with mourning friends I TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Y M I added I 11tornoonj 11 am initiated a class of candidates umbering about twentyfive Theri council chamber was thronged and I embers and visitors were delighted Ith the exemplification of the de1I 1 tees Several short addresses were made and Trinity commended fore work It was doing among the afterhigh t 1 generouslyapensed MISSION CJLOSBS SUNDAY vr I flutflflt Connor and ReK Fraaoli A Jartfc rntltt a rpJh li th s b Me iril fllOM nvw pQlig i e g4 titudano boa bea mo t gratell i rJ et- ry r For lon and of and Oil tying to Father Weiss and tomorrow tho church will be thronged with those who made the mission to receive tho blessing and others from all parts of the State were In Hardlns burg last to assist at the StRomauldswhich pastorbut and the sermon by Rev Charles P Raffo was an and masterly one A great crowd Vas present and en oyed the basket dinner served on he church grounds andnerested lit the eelef ra Ion in Columbus of the which will oftb Bt ok rt Au Ut 27 to Sptemb C 1 Tata br on t ns RY rk CARToy who guesses- r Every you to one guess TnER STORE in the City 0- x WEST MARKET ST TICE importations of ies other tidies ible to sell these new u are down town drop rs BookGo i N TION 1911 ARLES JEE FOR n Circuit Courf RST DIVISION GtlON 19- 11PRTS1N Democratic Nominee ealec For REPRESENTATIVEFift- yFirst Legislative District Comprisingi Eleventh Twelfth Wardsxt ffk i J Tuesday l j 8tt 1 + A a RODIK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Photographers Photographic Developing and SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING 321 n West lafferso r Lwlirllk GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET Offer Their Complete Line the Latest Improved STOVES AND 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AND JEFFERSON STS obWEWANT YOUR WORK BI Were Prepared to Do It Promptly and in FirstClass Style i- npRINTING Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads by Circulars Dodgers Etc the Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IIRISH AMERICAN a QUO VCJOSOT QTfclpISIM STRmET r IT DOESNT PAYT- oargue against QUALITY Oct the BEST In the start and be satisfied In the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER cure that MANUFACTURED BY duKENTUCKYIncorporated PlantLontavlll D J T CHAWK this prerIIrse shoeing For eactovary o to SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING The lion HorsM Caital 1Per a Deliver j 0PMC8 AN1 PORflij Un5S1VBNTIt STS1f = HIrtflH nHHnOJtuc sera Ttxa wiJtiL n ODIAIIp IiIM c t T n 11 sad ALKLB The 846 West Onstre role1 O1i Irene bOCk HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing1 the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes Tho county degree team Initiated a largo class for Division 7at Syra cuBe last week Divisions 3 and 4 are certainly do- Ing diamond Jubilee year work Divisions 1 and 2 will soon be heard fromThe County Board will now get busy and arrange for a diamond Jubilee Initiation before the close the year Th Milwaukee division the largest In the country expects a class i over 100 at the initiation to be he next month Patrick J Haltigan witnessed tho Initiation of a large class and 1l dressed the division at Olean N SundayWtlh members initiated last week the division at Lackawannaj N Y becomes one of the strongest In Erie county Division 2 meets Wednesday night at Sixth and Walnut and a conllal1 Invitation is given all members of the order to be present Members of the Ladles Auxiliary are sending congratulations to M Elizabeth Bennett into whose ho has come a pretty baby boy The Ladles Auxiliary race ta Wednesday night and a full at tendance is looked for This organil zation Is making great progress It was gratifying to see so many clergymen present at the Itog AltregretI Chairman declared it was one of the best ever There Is a popularity contest onD for tho St Paul festival and divls- cardfI respective candidate- sSt Paul Hibernians will pond a weeks festival during the week beginning November 6 Two b nights will be those designated as Gorman and municipal Wisconsin will be able to repo a decided increase of the order the close of the year Large Initia tions were held last month Janesvllle and Madison Division 2 of Syracuse observedI Its twentythird anniversary WednesIday night Thero was a largo attendance with State and County officers present as honor guests The Executive Committee of the County Board appreciates the kindness l of Edward J OBrien and Dr Charles A Edelen who furnished automobiles for last Sundays ride National President Regan hi kind words only for the lflbernia of the Southern States He was Im pressed with the standing and personnel of the membership especially in Louisville- In Buffalo last Monday the various divisions had a Joint initiation the County degree team conferring the honors of the order The County Board had as guests for the occasion National Secretary McGulnness State President Brown and National Editor Haltigan HAPPILY WEDDED Many people In this city will be terested in the following appeared in the papers at Cairo Ill A pretty wedding was the one ye terday morning at St Josephs Cat cite church in which Miss Alice Murphy and William H OBrfe were united iu marriage at high mass Rev James J Glllen pastor of church Mrs OBrien Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs John AgaveMurphy of 512 Twentyfirst streettttrialwho recently removed here fro Louisville Mr Murphy being Super anIntendantI bride wore an exquisite gown of dream messallne with Irish point yoke and pearl ornaments carrying a bouquet of brides roses She Wore tullle veil which was caught w1 torange blossoms The father of the le ofbride will be remembered here as County President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Louisville while tho bride was widely known PnIlndcircles BISHOP tUDDEN BETTER5o14 The faithful throughout the Syra =diocese were rejoiced to know I Bishop Ludden was better and stronger last week than at any time his present illness He sa for the first time Wednesday and shows a gradual improvement In wl- 1tveryway next MOTION PICTURES J With the dally changes of moving pictures the Casino and Orpheum continue to lead In public favor with form of amusement The filmg at these houses are the produced embracing almost J subject but always of a char Instructive and Interesting and which no objection can be made reduction of the price of admix has added to their popularity WALNUT rillEATERLion LionTutatrMtTheatertlcutlna lighter mid than lt Immedlaie prdeceiPIt HUGeorlc Utoheonx tutciaatlaat ftory otJoTet wrierli ot Graustar play has been oaat tfKaYeartne 1tlboraeIbrtHiof Bererly is In the bands of and WarfUM a ouievillle girl as- eeteon t olio iAfa+ of tbi1 Htyiwarda Davie him Company I many SOCIETY DIRECTORY e A O H DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en Fir and Third Tuesday II President William Murphy I pepinsi Recording Secretary Joseph E Farrell I Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P LawlerII 5PfgeantatArmaLouts RolterII 2of I I Meets first and third Wednesdays L I WalIij 1dPresidentC J Vice President FordII Recording Secretary William T Meehan rr I SecretaryJohnY Jf KeanerIINally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays IlneteeHlh and Portland President D J Coleman HourtganRecording as Stevens I raFinancial Secretary J tHesslon meTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantntArmsJames StevensI l1t1nelThomas Noon lDmSION 4 J Meets Second and Fourth lIrondayI anBertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Illef I JIILanganI i Assistant Financial Secretary I J Rellly I SergeantatArms William I llaghan I McDermottr JEFFERSONVILLDuctMeets First and Third WednesdayI Hall1g I I County President Lawrence Ford I ftPresidentJohn G Cole atVice President J E Murphy I SecretaryHughGrody J t tFinanclal l n HogsTreasurerB SergeantatArmsMlchael I nritySentinelThomas Gleason DMarshalY M X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 ClubHouseRobertsonViceJoseph J Han cock A C Link AdamsRecordingOsborneCorresponding bergaTreasurer W A LinkdMarshalJ H SheehanhaInside Sentinel P Andrlo1tPOutside Sentlne Joseph Stewart j o I tJ1JlE r at vcoitihl w ConnnHed ihe flat Doctors 0 tiBrooklyn N Y 264 Hamburg Ave 19101For I Pastor KoenifB Nerve Tonic a firsmtholItsMIandMrs Adelaide Ullrich wasntablentooeleep morelthaIdahoehour In a night for three years ho bOlInaleshes u very much pleased with the effect FaFREE I tlwts also yet the mdlcln freepared by the Din Psssa Soetne of 8offsync Int slab 18J9 and now by KOENIQ MED CO thejj1 and108 Lake I by DruKliU at Jl StreetIrELug SluI1711 8 Bottles for e n ding wllIIASONIOTIIEATER orfgiaat1 and company in The Man from Home cles come to the Masonic Theater Mr Monday for a weeks engage I has clrclo Wbiggest In timeshaving goingDHOPKINS THEATER John 1 Devotees of high class vaudeville In glvHopklna heberso hlaterNew and interesting mo picture will complete the billILEFT RELATIVES HHRB i thecity eter Gasser prominent JJa busl hlchlMPy himriledf Illness at him borne at Tell City 0atRe was fortytire yearn old an settle member of the Cath Knights of America 3urrlyn g are 61s wife and one sun and 1 taken rebrttres to ttto tItJtt leoaer r IIRELAND Record of the Most Important the Recent Events Culled BtFrom Exchanges Timothy OGorman of Ennis II- rsonal estate valued at more than 26000At DublinCorporationcharg streetParnell to streetIestimated at about outbreakIf1rotabllshment at Balllna Tho Carnegie Hero Fund Tr Chas awarded 25 to Bartley C AlcDonaghIrescuing for drowningGalway In TlJhas passed away inlthis seventythird year He was an extensive farmer and cattle dealer Tho Board of Nomination for the parish of Ennlsklllen under RevDayrector of Ennlskillen N The death of the Revp Jgan which occurred at the payee sevensprofound- et re gr throughout the County Cork DistrIctIheld recently James Oxford of Foxhlll was unanimously coopted a member of the District Council in room of his late father Thomas OxfordThe supply of barley to tho Ear 1s torthy market has exceeded all Tec ords and the thoroughfares have been thronged with cornladen c from the small hours of morning tm1 lato in the evening The death of the Rev John nor at Schull Is widely nd One of tho oldest clergymen In mCalkindly nature will be sadly miss Rev Canon Lyster of Ens corthy has been unanimously elected Chairman of the Ear ia mImUteeon the committee and two Protest tantsWidespread DunleerofHcev Drlint took place in the North Star Ho ofladventore mls of for Insomnia A deputation from the SlIgo Cor waited on tho Local Government Board in support of an application made by tho council for a gant of 2130000 toward the erection of laborers and artisans dwell ings In Sligo borough HennelyGong of of flce of Chancellor of the Chapter of Canlonryi has been conferred on the Very RevIDr Dalton of Balllnrobe A unique example of ancient IrishIa bronze processional crucifix from the eleventh centu- s J been recently discovered In I j of Donogh County Monagban and Is about to be handed over to byShaneIn his address to the grand j Baltlnglass Quarter Soes1 Judge Barry said they were the v tms of constitutional formality to personalInconvonlencet trivial case of larceny It was great pity that some provision war MagIstrates NOIiD SMITH The most brilliant wedding of t hBMseason in New Albany was solemnized Tuesday morning at St rys church when Miss Eve E JosephNold performed of the nuptial high mass at which he was assisted by Rev Father Westermann of Louisville and Rev her Selbertz pastor of St Marys the ceremonies a racep was given at the home of t brides parents East Main stye coupil0 received numerous handso- ents me Late In the afternoon Mr Mrs Nold left for a short wed trip and on their return they resldoiln Louisville Tho groom tho son of Joseph Nold Sup rln tendent of tho Louisville Anzelger is well known in business cir His bride Is the daughter of and Mrs Anthony Smith and been a favorite among her wide of friends and acquaintances New Albany WELCOMED MOLOSKEY The many Louisville friends of J McOloskey now a Montana magnate and owner of two franchises the Union Association have boon ng him a hearty welcome home week For a time It was hoped could be Induced to manage the team but so bright are prospects In the West that held not accept the offer The strong tone and Includes eight cities son Association League is a pendhe 4 WILL RW1DK IIBRE Cyst Harry 3ft Dalton who Gent 1 1bl4 a bones and will nafc3 sit u In Loatorttle j e Jj jij if fcr Ii c t j THE BEST THE LATEST ofFOR THE LEASTWe thesnappiest ineftButton or Lace High and Low Tops At the same popular prices that appeal to all Special attentioniven to fitting children New Home for the Celebrated EMERSON Shoes for Men For Louisville New Albany and Jeffersonville ustMICHAEL336 WEST MARKET STREE- TONiNNONNONNNNNiNNNtf f + N For Your Furniture Wants TRADEfroI priceshlalthe lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street PatternserathecdLtosted4cuieoi STCoGREflGERS f BUSINESS SCHOOL BI2EODINRIDiHltelREADERSOF Bookkeepingand gladtoappreciatetheDAY AND NIGHT CLASSES THE YEAR AROUND J D CREAGER Principal 155I The Last DollarI 9 That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a HY COMPOUNDEDthemust be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Bank1ctitand Trust Co Placea 8i LlU RUOpen Dally Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m mt 1Di J = 3 1 BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRINQ Pte Si Mg Ylcs Pru Trsst Sacrtiary F Banoa Sewer Pipe I Go r 4 Salt Glazed Sewer and Calvert Pipe laaaoas Patent Lidded for Steam ConduitsTile RrfcFireGrQPnd Fire Clay etlChimaeyTops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick J1EPFRISONnBnBTt1L8PHDNB 873 WORKS i3thaHd Lcxln lothTBLBPIIONB 4i119 4 Alto JOHN CAMPBELL Practical Horse Shoer Toe Cracks Split Hoofs Corns 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are prepared to furnish ice for all occasions and in any quan tity Both Phones 297 AMERICANIce INCORPORATED iN E Cor Pearl and Floyd Street Catholic Order of Foresters Greatest Catholic Fraternal Insurance Order in the World Members in Good Standing 150000 Death bitllaflts paid slflos organized S 13862060 JOIN NOW WM CALUBHAM Stats Organizer 27 10 W Ml HENRY HUNOLD BKAISR IN Staple and Fancy Grocirtass- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialt- ydelwaae rn 524 Wr WALNUT JLBrownfieidCoj l 553 THIRD STt Eqjhiffr 1DafrlOfafIi 5TEAMandUoTWATBRutlJJA1INa I Dont Build Without Siring MA HOB Pose 7IN i i JfV J Ifit 1 Il PASSIONIST 1 I Elect Provincial and Con suitors For Three Years Election to various positions for ft term of three years was made by the members of the Western Province of the Passlonlst order at the Passlonlst monastery on the Newburg road The Rev Jerome Reutermann was re elected Provincial and the Rey Al fred Caguey and the Rev Isidore First and Second Consultor staItIonedCalllgeo was chosen Master of appointImentsSacred Heart Retreat Louisville the Rev Cltus Brady to succeed theII Rev Daniel McGuiro Holy Cross Monastery Cincinnati the Rev Eugene Creegan St Pauls Kansas the Rev Benedict Hanley Normandy I Monastery St Louis the Rev Lambert Kenrlck Norwood Park I Chicago the Rev Xavier Sutton f The Very Rev Father Joemlas of J Rome General of the Passlonlst order presided at the session at which In addition to the assigning ofI the priests matters pertaining lo the welfare of the order were discussed Father Brady who succeeds Father McGuire in Louisville formerly was stationed here as Master of Novices He has been a member of the fac ulty at the house In St Louis Father McGuire is awaiting a new appointment Father Hanley and Father Sutton who will go to St Louis and Chicago respectively have been a the Sacred Heart Re treat here for three years It is the intention of Father Jeremias in his I capacity as General of the order to I visit the four Passlonlst community houses In Mexico before returning to I Rome I PEACEFULLYjI j 1 Noted Churchman Is Sum 1 moned to Eternal 1 1 RestItIt c Monsignor T J Capel a noted churchman and once Private Chamberlain 4 to the Pope is dead at Sac I amento Cal Monsignor Capel j died peacefully at the residence of 1 Dlskop Grace He had been ill for I some time but preached in the 1 Cathedral Sunday He was found unconscious in bed Monday morning t and did not regain consciousness 1 Monsignor Capel was ordained a priest by Cardinal Wiseman of England in 1860 In January 1864 he became cofounder and Vice Princi pal of St Marys Normal College at Hammersmith Shortly after ordination he sought a southern climate to ecover his strength When at Pau he established the English mission and was formally appointed ita chaplain During several visits to tome he also delivered courses of English sermons in that city by the express command of the Pontiff lonslgnor Capel while laboring at Psu in the work of diversions was tamed Chamberlain to Pope Pius IX in 1868 and after his return to t England Domestic Prelate In 1873 IINEWPORT1 At last Saturdays primary in New port the first held under the commission plan of government in fentucky M J Costlgan was one of he four named by the Democrats as Commissioner to be voted for at the November election Not for years I waiJ there as much Interest taken in I a municipal election The vote I was unprecedented for a primary 1 and early in the day the indications were that the entire registered vote would be cast A large number of voters who were unable to register wore in their vote under the law EUCHRE POSTPONED I The euchre which was to have been given by St Anns Society of- St i I Patricks parish on next Friday I at Mrs Louis Kuhns residence has i 1 been transferred to the residence of II quire P T Sullivan 525 North Twentieth street and the date one I week later Friday November 10 This transfer and postponement was I made on account of a serious illness in the family of Mrs Kuhn I CUPID AT i PARISII The marriage of Miss Julia I trophy and Dan J Mahaney poplar and widely known residents of solemnIIzedI Church of the Annunciation on iVednesday morning the Rev Father Eugene DeBruyn officiating was a large gathering of ThereII veil wishers to witness the ceremony i BISHOP AND ALTAR BOY Once an altar boy was Invited to- call on the Bishop who was a very kind man The littlo boy felt afraid and embarrassed not knowing how to act or what to say Carefully very carefully he brushed his clothes and polished his shoes and took rood care not to soil them on the way The Bishop received him very kindly and noticing how clean he had kept hs shoes said to him Why my dear boy how could you keep your shoes so clean when the roads are so muddy JlICk1myBut this morning your shoes were soiled when you served mass uYes but I did not know that the Bishop would be there or I would have cleaned them before And do you not know my dear boy that when you serve mass you are before a far greater Lord than Iamb God himself surrounded by tiiotMMndB otaulellWhY did roil not tare your show in gooft con dltioi 1 Time little boy burst Into tekre vtt1e ever hefthat appeared about the a1tartt1 wellkepi shoes clean haute and face and eaiiy brtuhd aalr showing bow well be bad prof Red by tM gfaboq 1 romukr J r r NEVER AGAINt shall not pass this way again The thought te full of sorrow The good I ought to do today I mapslot do tomorrow If I this moment shall withhold The help I might be giving Some soul may die and I shall lose The sweetest Joy of living Only the present hour is mineI may not ihave another In which to speak a kindly wordII Or help a fallen brother The path of life leads straight aheadCI can retrace It never t II The dally record which I make Will stand unchanged forever II To cheer and comfort other soulsII And make their pathways I brighter I To lift the load from other hearts t And make their burdens lighter This Is the work we have to do j It must not bo neglectedEThat we improve each passing hour Is of us all expected shall not pass this way pgalnII Oh then with high endeavor J May I my life and service giveII To Him who reigns forever II Then will the falluwsaflhe past I No longer bring me sadnessII And His approving smile will fill My heart with Joy and gladness I MACKIN COUNCIL Hall Was Crowded Mon day to Hear Dr Blzot A large and appreciative audience greeted Dr A R Blzot Monday night at Mackln Council cluti house when he delivered a most interesting and instructive discourse on the subject of Preventive Medicines From the moment of his Introduc tion to the close he was given the closest attention and by many the address was pronounced the best vet heard in the club house Presl dent Robertson occupied the chair and dispatched the business with alacrity The members were urged to bestir themselves in securing can j didates for the coming initiation and two more were added to the arrangements committee All pres ent were requested to attend thett special meeting Wednesday night I for the consideration of the night I class proposition Mackln Socialtt Club reported that their dances I were all that could be desired and 3 also Informed the members thattt they might secure invitations forj their friends and relatives I SHANE LESLIE 1 I Irish Scholar and Nation alist Coming Por Gaelic League Shane Leslie the elder son ofc Mrs John Leslie one of the famous Jerome sisters of Now York has l ailed for America to promote the ause of the Gaelic League He was c the Irish Nationalist candidate for I Derry In the last two elections hough the traditions of the Leslie f amlly are strongly Conservative He Is an accomplished Irish scholar peaks and writes well With his brother he became a Catholic a few years ago- SEWING SOCIETY MEETING A meeting of the members of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Sewing Society has been called for tomor I row afternoon at 3 oclock at the i i t hospital All are urged to be presI int as the session will be an Inter j sting one LATEST IN STLYES I Royal purple is decidedlY modish Figured materials trim the newest IIIi opium extension Dark blouses are trimmed with ousseline do sole Panel effects are still much in vldence in sklrtdom Lace is much used as ruffles onjj skirts of evening frocks I Ratln is one of the favorite cloths for skirt and coat costumes IMany of the newest evening coats are made with a single seamII We see fringes on skirts tunics J ashes collars cuffs and hats I I Tunics are longer at the back than ho front and elaborate embroidery and fringe are used to decorate them The new models show high valsted effects on skirts and slightly ihortwalsted effects on coats and leaks A Sew cape collars are being shown on auto coats but these will tot be in the height of their fashion antil later in the season In street coats the regulation sleeve still prevails but many novel effects are produced by the trimming of the cuffs which are made to correspond with the collar QUICK COFFEE CARE 1 One tablesponful butter one table spoonful Jard one pinch salt one cupful sugar one egg beat all together three and onebait cupfuls powIderstiff batter Put sliced apples on I top sprinkle with sugar and cinna mon Sliced peaches are also nice MArMALADE Select one orange and one lemon with a thin skin Cut in slices and then in cubes To this add six cupfuls of water Let stand over Bight Next morning boil twenty minutes HMMure liquid and io One cupful of mixture add one cupful of auger Boil trtnly for onehalf hour or- intil it jjelly Thta Wll1mak ei6btl medium steed sksee SMItf liTHO NieNare foe mtety lathers who wlU tie np the tee at isfl W rod let tilt boy mm toote 1 HALLOWEEN Gaitm4es find Tricks rio cI seine Young Polks Play It is doubtful If any festival of the year offers better Opportunity for original frolicsome parties than Halloween Appropriate decoration are easily made with Jactoolanterns autumn leaves strings of ears of or such ghostly emblems as black cats and silhouette witches mounted on broomsticks The refreshment problem is solved with equal ease Sweet sirupy cider plenty of apples nuts to roast and nuts to crack not to mention a panful of crisp doughnuts and to top all off a batch of savory pump kin piesthese are only some of the edibles which at once suggest them selves As for games to play they too have been set by custom to a certain extent You may bob for apples In a tub of water you may pop corn you may do any one of a dozes things which your parents will bo sure to remember about If they have ever taken part in Halloween celebrations Here Is a candle trick for Halloween Cut out of a large apple two or three round pieces the size and shape of the end of a candle to the center of one end of each one stick a small round piece of peele almond This is the wick Light It and blow it out when the flame has blackened it Tell your friend that you once had a friend who was a Colonel of a Russian regiment from whom you learned to eat can dies at the same time lighting your apple candles Then blow them out pop them into your mouth one after the other and cat the- mOIEION Worthy Dominican Sisters Ask Aid Por New Hospital With letters of recommendation from Cardinal Logue to the American clergy and people and the approval of the Right Rev C J VRellly Bishop of Baker City Ore the Dominican Sisters who recently orated In that State make the fol owing appeal which needs no further comment Will you be a founder Wll you help us to build a hospital 01 the frontier of Catholic civilization i A hospital is greatly needed here and would make our holy religion known by Its beautiful works of charity We were expelled from ortugal with only our clothes on our backs We are undertaking this work in a missionary diocese trust- Ing to Divine Providence and In the well known generosity of the American people especially our Catholic brethren Your assistance will do worlds of good especially if sent at as our project Is hanging in the balance and may have to be given ip Please enable us lor the love ofGod to succeed and be the means if ministering to Christs suffering members end in a manner conquer ouls for the truth Become a ounder of Holy Rosary Hospital at Ontario Ore by sending a donation either in the form of currency at our risk or postal note check draft etc to Dominican Sisters Ontario Ore OAItnOLTEON IHerman Seppenfeld Sr died following a stroke of paralysis at his ome in Carrollton He was a native of Germany and was about eighty lye years old He was for many ears a prominent business man of Carrollton HU wife survives with lye children H J Seppenfeld Jr- Dr E J Seppenfeld and Mrs J H Irobmeler of Carrollton John Sep enfold of New Covington and Henry Seppenfeld of New York The lunoral was held at St Johns hurch Tuesday morning Rev ather Bocklage being the celebrant lof the solemn high mass of requiem CHAPEL WINDOWS FINISHED Two of the stained glass windows for the Lady Chapel of St Patricks Jathedral New York Cty The Annunciation and The Visitation made in Munich are finished Their nival is expected soon and they rill be put Into place at once At present there are only plain white windows back of the high altar in this beautiful chapel which was milt largely by the Kelly family PAYNEVILLE The Rev Bernard J Doherty past iorof St Mary Magdalens church it Paynoville Meade county has been making extensive Improvements on the 1hurchproperty during the past few months He has enlarged the parish house and put granite walks all around and has plans for further alterations that will beautify his church and Its surroundings WITTY IRISH CABBY A very pretty girl who recently eturned from Ireland tells of an encounter with an Irish cabby iIn Dublin She had started out from the hotel to do some shopping but decided instead to make a tour of the city on a Jaunting car Arriving at the first car stand and having selected the smartest looking ve hide she told the driver that 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