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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a KENTUCKYih VOLUME XXVII 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 111 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS aELECTION Proves a Death Blow to Re publican Party In This State Decrease of Negro Population Will Surely Add to Their Misery I Republican Assessments Nar rowed Down to Custom v HousoEnilloyesNA- LDEINAN PAPERS SUPPORT The glorious victory of the Demo cratic party in the city and State last Tuesday which resulted in the election of James B McCreary as Governor and our own Edward J McDermott as Lieutenant Governor with the entire State ticket not only proved a crushing blow to the Republican party here but Judging from present appearances and the outlook will likely prove a death blpw to the G O P In Kentucky Even If the election returns were not sufficient to cause their leaders to give up hope the offical statistics of the Census Bureau given out on Thursday caused further dismay The census figures show that theI negro population decreased 23050 since 1900 or 81 per cent of theI entire negro population in Kentucky In addition to this the result forgive- rordoves r Kentucky from the list o doubtful States and eliminates any chance of the National Republican Campaign Committee sending any of the funds which they gather from the trusts into this State for the hungry Republican workers as these campaign managers know there is no chance for the Republi can party to secure Kentuckys elec toral voto and therefore wilt not care to waste their shekels here With the Democrats in control of the City Hall Court House and State administration the Republica- officeholders In the Postoffice and Custom House are the ones who will have to bear the brunt of large campaign assessments next year and thehandwritingbalk at contributing to a losin causeThe fact that the Democrats car- rIed every district in the State with the exception of the Eleventh was aIsurprise to a great many of the Democrats themselves despite the fact that the Eleventh gave a j measly majority of 16000 to thejj Langleyclaiming it confidently by anywhere theyfirmlycarryIngwith four special trains of speakers y and six picture shows covering the anythingbuting are the majorltes by districts McCreary ORear 239Secondt 3690 1575 j Fourth 4619X611 Fifth 5175 Sixth 7645 Seventh 7287 Eighth 3495 564 18141IfI Eleventh 186 15718 iI Total 57753 23506 McCrearys majority I 34247II I CertainlYof the Fifth district as the splendid majority of 5176 was indeed agree I flassocIatesI Committee who had boen claiming only 2000 majority for this district and they certainly appreciate the efforts of the local campaign com mittee who labored unceasingly and the work of the ward organizations I which ohs especially perfect This wgialproven in the Fourth and Fifth fards where William J Kuh was whathadt doubtful district and then again in the Eighth and Ninth wards where RobertLever given in the district and this after Harris had served two terms In the Legislature this district even Riving Grlnstead a majority In the- o Kentucky Charles H Knight In the First I ward Adam Spajm in the Second and Third wards Peter Lee Atherton In the Sixth and Seventh wards and am Robertson Ifl the Eleventh and wjejfth wards had runaway races thetr only consideration being a question of maJorHy About the p fn feature ofwasthe lpcal campaign the feeble uppoxtglen by the CourierJournal knd theTimes In 1acttheC6utierIf I Ipurnal gave no support whatever I d theJfraiJ mocratlc party Henry WattersonjJI thebattlorenttII WilliamIizltenbachef j iit In the eampalaa Yet they ggr it tsil their owaerahaxe- never failed tO M tt PfJf1t1Dk nithe tits counter ahra vielorionf atTipasrt or want prominen rprr pnBaUoh when homBtlWlifr =e IP discussed and feT Mow it- o C I GOVERNORELECT JAMES B MCREARY I rumored that they are grooming a protege for the Democratic nomina tion for Mayor two years hence but the workers and boys in the trenches campaigntwill have a PARLEY New American Cardinal Is Native of Emerald Isle Cardinal John M Farley for six teen years a Bishop and for nine years Archbishop of New York was CountynArmagh Ireland on April 20 1842 Ho was educated at Macartens Col lege Monaghan St Johnq College Fordham N Y St Josephs Sem= Inary Troy and afterward at the American College at Rome He was historicgChurch of St John Lateran in Rome in June 1870 and came back Im mediately to this country to be assistant priest at St Peters church New Brighton S I For two years his experiences were those of the ordinary young parish priest and then he attracted the attention of Cardinal McCloskey He was ap pointed in 1872 Secretary to the Cardinal and from that time his ablltles marked him out for promo tion During the twelve years he held a position in the Cardinals palace he was learning the secrets ot ecclesiastical statesmanship which have since stood him In such good stead but he also found time for parish work He was rector for many years of the large and Important Church of St Gabriels and thus came in close touch with the daily needs of the poorer class of Roman Catholics and acquired Invaluable experienceIn Father Farley was made a MonsIgnor and seven years later was appointed Vicar General of the archdiocese of New York He was created a Domestic Prelate tOIthe Pope In 1892 and Prothonotary Apostolic three years later The same year he was consecrated an Auxiliary Bishop with tho title of Zeugma and in 1902 he succeeded Archbishop COrrigan In the arch diocese of New York Two years later he was advanced to the further Papal dignity of assistant at the Pontifical throne The Archbishop has from time to time made public utterances of great weight In 1905 he expressed hIs trong cbhorrence of the prevalence of the divorce evil and last year when the misunderstanding arose which prevented exVce President Fairbanks from being received by the Pope he stood up manfully for the rights of the Holy See Only a few weeks ago His Grace made another notable utterance at the un veilingof the memorial to Gov Dcngan at old St Peters church when he expressed the Opinion that the Catholics had the right to expect that before long one of their num her should be elected Mayor of the city or Governor of Aha State MOURN HIS DEATH Friends in the Falls ClHes learned ot tho death of James P Fogarty at his home ia Teffersonvlllo last Sat urday evening with sincere regret The deceased was the son of Mr and Mrs Martin Fogerty 716 Wall street and was a young man of I many sterling qualities that endeared him to a large circle of friends For a number of years Mr Fogerty had been employed as an ornamental painter for the Louisville Nashvillel Railroad Company His succes in his Profession had given promise of a bright future and his death Is mourned by a host of friends and fatherendslater survive They are Edward RayjBOrid and John and Mice Mary ro4 rty The funeral1 took placeI Auautt JohnCoen1lt hiouiNL Y- s ANNIVERSARY And Happy Reunion o Catholic Knights and Ladles Branch 2 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America celebrated its twentyfirst anniversary Wednesday J ItsJgether many of the first members of the order in this city among whom were noted Johu B Stickler Dr William B Doherty Miss Mary Sheridan Magistrate P T Sullivan John Hesslon John J Score Thomas Keenan Mrs Mary Clines Mrs Dave Welch Dan J Dougherty and Thomas Henley the first Supreme President Pntclck TfoIley1 the tirsr and oW President this branch has known In welcoming the hundreds present said it was gratifying to see so many present to participate in the anni versary celebration of St Patricks branch whose good work had done so much tokeep the Catholic Knights and Ladles in the front rank of our fraternal and charitable or ganizations Miss Mary Sheridan who also had been an officer for twentyone years reviewed the work of the branch in detail which was Interesting and revealed the fact that nine of the eighteen signers of the charter were still active mem bersSecretary James Coleman spoke at some length on the duty of members upon whom rests the life of the society and declared there was not a locality in the city that had not been benefited by the Knights and Ladles Dr William B Doherty after stating the causes that led the lamented Gran W Smith and others to found the society delivered the most forcible and eloquent address of the evening paying high trlbreto the women members who here are on an equality wtih the men Others called upon were John B Stickler who now holds the third and oldest certificate and Thomas Henley ad William M Higgins- A delightful feature of the even lag was the musical programme which consisted of piano solos by Miss Mary ClInes and Miss Mary Butler and vocal numbers by Miss Mary Corcoran and Dougherty Keenan that were warmly applauded At 10 oclock all were invited to partake of a dainty luncheon when only one expression was heard that all might live and help celebrate the silver Jubilee of Branch 2 IRISH TREES Presented to Mrs Taft For White House Grounds There are to be some Irish trees on the White House grounds coming from the estate of the Knight of Kerry on the island of Valencia They are the gift to Mrs Taft of friends who have been visiting in Ireland and they are cuttings from three of the largest and oldest flow ering trees in the world One is from the fuchsia tree long past a century old And two and a half feet around j another Is from an oleander which 200 years ago was transplanted from an island In the Ionian Sea and the third Is from an acacia tree which towers over oaks arid sycamores and is amass of pink feathery blossoms In July All the cuttings have been rooted and It Is believed that they will thrive in the soil of the White House grounds where trees are especlaHIy Cared for BADLY SPRAINED AJntLK Miss Amy McCaan one ot the most widely known young ladles of JefteraottTlU hI eonfpedto herr home m itmr Market treel sufc fexi fepalMd aakJei I Wk iebIed lart Saturday otefot MILE Will be Efforts of Enemies to Defeat the Irish Homo Rule DilL f Details of Measure AV111 Not Be s A Made Known Until February r Redmond Will Demand All That Ireland Can Reasonably Ask rw GAINS FAVOR I ENGLAND 1 In his weekly cable T P OConnor tells that the disappearance of Inter est in the lInsurance bill which will be a Jaw before Christmas Increases the tendency already noticed toagradual submergence of every other issue but home rule The Tories Joined by a small Irish factlonlst group of eight under OBrien and Healy now are attempting a new plan of campaign to defeat the home rule bill They demand the Imme diate production of the details of the measure although the measure can not be Introduced In the House of Commons until the end of nex February or perhaps the first wee In March No such thing ever hasI been done or even demanded previously in Parliamentary history The object of the maneuver Is to introf sane criticism Thus in Ireland theI factlonists and cranks declare al eady that if the measure do not contain impossible conditions it must be rejected The female suffragists for example declare if it do no prejudice instead Of lleaving to the Irish assembly the question of a female vote they will reject the bill Others shout that unless the bill1 gives Ireland the power of raising a protective tariff against England th bill is worthless well knowing that Parnell accepted the measure inI 1886 which contained no such pro visionIf bill in detail Is prematurel- revealed the Tories in EnglandI otassaslilnatlon g llosst one of the favorite cries of the Tories and the Tory papers publish fantastic inventions every day as for example that Ireland will de mand a subsidy of 120000000 be fore starting home rule Premier Asquith has met these demands with an icy refusal to SlY one word in anticipation of the details but add ing that everybody knows the main lines and the chief principles of the measure What this declaraBo- means Is that Asquith and all the other Ministers realize It Is absurd to propose any measure grudfing or unduly fettered or anything of full selfgovernment shortI The present position of the understand is that the committee of the Cabinet which dealt with It has completed the draft and the bill is before Asquith himself and Inter will ittmo before the Cabinet Of course no bill will be proposed unless the Ministry is assured of the support of Redmond and his party and Red mond will not accept any bill which does not give all Ireland can reasonably ask England everywhere there Is the same enthusiastic reception to the Irish members Redmond captured this week a big audience of leading busi CityLtJebarClubrent In twain by the home yule fight but which now Is almost sol- Id in its favor Another of the problems of the home rule solution is the protection that ought to be given for the minorities social and religious and political in Ireland As to the gen eral principle of every kind of safe guard being offered that the minor ity can ask there would be no IrishNationallstsrejectbutprotectionthatpractice of other nations can suggest I may sum up the whole Irish grievance by saying that 110 years after Ireland lost its Parliament to beenhalveddoubled These were the facts which were brought out by a royal commission appointed some years ago by Gladstone That comnflsslon reportlag taxed some 15000000 This report has formed the battleground of Ireland for some years and there have been Innumerable de bates upon It In the House of Com mons and the House of Lords No direct redress has been given but redress has come in a curious and Indirect way gIventorealized that Ireland having far more Old people who were also poor was about to got a far Jarger share of the pensions than any other part of the country The old ago pensions are an Imperial tax and therefore Ireland tout of it far more than It gave byIrelandrllljtBrtp1ttt extenthlrEgo It ilea fflioad that the Oof rnr Dar t1 r i 0kI EDWARD J MDERMOTT I meat of Ireland cost England 10000000 more than Ireland con trlbuted In addition to every other argument for home rule there was added the argument that It cost England a loss of 10000000 year iti Catholic Knights Will Hear the President and Clergyo St Johns Branch Catholic Knights of America established over ayn open meeting tomorrow afternoon at 330 oclock In St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut to which all Catholic men and women not members of thisI ardorare1 cordially invited Dn Felix Gaudin of New Orleans Su preme President of the Catholic Knights of America will arrive inl Louisville tomorrow morning at 730 oclock and wllr address the meeting as will also Gen Michael Relchert of the Uniform Rank and John Kinney President of Branch 64 of Jeffersonvllle Very RevP M J Rock of the Cathedral State Spiritual Director for Kentucky and StnJohns have been invited and areI expected to be present and address those assembled- St Johns is one of the pioneer branches of the Catholic Knights of America and has in Its membership some of Louisvilles best Catholic men Thomas Hill one of its found ers being still an active worker banefit has been the moans of their securing homes and protection that otherwise would have been impossible Its business Is safely conducted by William T MeehanE J Mann Michael Hill and other officers who ask all Knights to be with them to meet President Gaudi- nCOMMITTED Father Thomas Sherman- S J Suffers Another Relapse Father Thomas Ewing Sherman B J son of GOD William Tecumseh Sherman has been committed to a sanatorium at Jamaica Plain near Boston The commitment papers were made out by Judge Perkins of the Brookline Court and the request for commitment was signed by one of Father Shermans relatives and his physicians Some time ago Father Sherman went insanco while Californiachurchwas placed tinder private treatment and strong hope was entertained for his recovery For the last few weeks ho has been at one of the Brookline sanitariumsFather was born In San Francisco In 185G He graduated from Georgetown University In 1874 and two years later received the degree of Bachelor of Science from Yale After he was made a doctor of laws by Washington University of St Louis in 1879 he entered Woodstock College Maryland and there studied theology In 1889 he was ordained a Roman Catholic priest and then Joined one of the Jesuit mlsslpnarybaDds HURT BY AUTOMOBILE yearoldMartin was struck and Injured by an automobile driven byr F Scnenks last Sunday evening at Hancock and Broadway The little drugitdreFredLMddl1Oetitd n4Jmhrbat her hm USx But ChetnutII etrat LY II Y OCONNELL Becomes a Cardinal With Para ish Priest The Most Rev William H OCon nell became Archbishop of Boston in 1907 following the death of Mon sIgnor John Joseph Williams dean of the Roman Catholic hierarchy pf America Only fortyseven years old at the time he was the youngest Archbishop in America and head of the archdiocese in which only twelve years ago he had labored as an as sistant priest in a slum parish with little prospect of Immediate advance ment to anything greater than the rectorship of a small parish Alone of all the Archbishops In America Monsignor OConnell has never been a parish priest MonsIgnor OCon nell was born in Lowell Mass In 1859 He studied at Boston College and was ordained a priest in Rome in 1884 He returned Boston two years later and servo 1 as assistant until 1895 when he went back to BostonCollegeHe was consecrated Bishop of Portland Maine in 1901 and In 1907 following the death of Mon Boston He Is a vigorous and attractive public speaker and prom- Inent socially He is a member of the leading Boston social club of one of the golf clubs and uses an automobile He is reputed to be the bestdressed ecclesiastic in Boston Bishop OConnell learned while on a visit in Rome that the Pope in tended sending an envoy to Japan at the conclusion of the RussoJap anese war and foreseeing the possl biltles that America would end the war and an American be chqsen for the position he began the study of mastereditwas appointed an envoy Concerning Col Roosevelts action in Rome in not meeting Pipe Pius X in the spring of 1910 ft was Archbishop OConnell who called Col Roosevelts action insulting and In violation of his principle of a square dealThe Archbishop also said that John Callan OLaugh lln who had endeavored to negotiate with the Vatican had played the part of Judas and that he was the sort of Catholic that we are ashamed of GRIM REAPERS CALL Another popular man was called to his reward last Saturday when James Wlnn succumbed to a brief Illness at his home 1019 South Sixth street A man of unusual merits his loss Is keenly felt Jyawide circle of friends and associates In St Louis Bertrands parish of which he had been a devout and Practical member Few men of the city were better Known or more popular tban James Wlnn His pleasant dis position and gentlemanly conduct won many friends for him friends who now deeply mourn his death Surviving him are his sister Mrs James Duane and two brothers Thomas and John Wlnn and his cousin Col Matt J Wlnn President ot the Louisville Jockey Club The funeral took place Monday morning I from St Louis Bertrands church IIthei FORTY HOURS I I Tomorrow morning at the highlI massat the Church of Our Lady Il Rudd avenue of which thn Roy James J Opnnlff is the ablb and I zealous pastor wIH begin the beauti theservices i I TuesdayThoughflees In the city it bos a beautiful imnctuary which will be tastefully decorated and illuminated for this FatherCcitnift J- Itlllm l wle will ieaek plone thar will trill xrdIt + M Wiaa rCStiF bile wlrit rs x- r 11- e INFLUENCE Catholic Church Has Exerted Upoa Development of Ameri can Democracy Chicago Tribune Approves the PosI- tion Held by Cardinal Gibbons r History Establishes the Patriotism of the Catholics of America t URGES SPIRIT OF TOLERATIONI In the current number of the Outlook there Is an interview with His Eminence James Cardinal Gib bons which deserves the attention ot every American Irrespective of his creed The subject of the Interview Is the Influence the Roman Catholic church has exerted upon the devel democracyThatIs patent even to tho casual observer of our society Touching editorially upon this subject last Sunday tho w Chicago Tribune approves the utter declaringthat r Catholic has borne his share of tho burdens of our existence He has participated In the discovery explor countryInIts defense frQm foreign invasion In carrying its arms to victory abroad In preserving the Union from disrup tion and in the enforcement of the fundamental rights of man of which our Federal constitution is the ex pression He in common with his Protestant brethren is keenly alive to the economic evils which menace growthofIs zealously laboring to stamp out these evils to bring about a condi tion of legal protection for life and property which will make for the peopleReligion exist aStatemen are created equal National morality is Impossible without obedi ence to the laws of God Of all theIdispositions anil habits which lead4o political poperlty Cardinal Gib bons quoies George Washington assaying religion and morality are Indispensable supports And let usiwlth caution Indulge In the beMaintainedTacquev111e languageHowshould escape destruction If the moral tie be not strengthened in proportion as the 011t1caltle is relaxed And what can be done with a people who are their own masters if they be not submissive to sententiously UnitedStatesaspirations of the average Americanrcitizen He adds It is a common belief that binds cAupon religious principles in thembselves Throughout the interview with the Cardinal there breathes the sprlt of broad toleration which Is ao re freshing as it Is Inspiring The gos pel Cannot be spread by slander he throughtheAnd strong patriot as he Is ho dis poses in forceful terms of the Idea that a good Catholic can not ho a loyal citizen because of his religionr American history he says establishes the patriotism of the American Catholic To him there is nothing Incompatible In the love of his religion and in the love of his strongestbecausebons is profoundly IImpressed with the value of the principle of the separation of iChureh and State It Is evident he would not have his country undergo experiences similar to those which have Ileft a red scar upon European history There is one feature of the constitution rcmprka the Cardinal especially any change in which he the Amen wJthal1hiswould have the determined support of the American clergy I refer to the provisions respecting freedom of religious worship The cosmopolitan character of the American people requires diverse rep thliIItuHyJournal like the Outlook Is shown commendatopjfthe edltqrlalafollowst I be met with a mere spirit of toler itsdogmasacknowledge the authority of its head It is to bo cordially wel tried thehflhermjt aadthecommunity Inn this sentiment there wUlbe universal agreement BISHOP ijtrDDKJf BMTTERi AeBishoptinges tto improve eaab day He i now niicK trongr anit looks fo w W ta antft eM to his pert 9t oosvatWme- U A 1II IrII1t0- t CJ Y KENTUOKY IRISH AMERIOAN t r KEMTUCKV IRISH flMERKHUtive- te4 fe the Social red Moral Advancesereeat ol IrishI Afflerlcaas and CitiollcsI Ofgclall MenayV institute and Catholic COIncorported Pehllahera KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc BaUrid at the Lwltvllte Pe UHIc a secood Clan fUtttr iMrMt all CedrsainH9u to tile KENIUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Wee St I V LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11 19111 I CONGRATULATIONS The Deniocray of Kentucky has won a glorious victory under the banner of James B McCreary and Edward J McDermott who proved valiant leaders From the first the h Kentucky Irish American felt confl of dent of the result and now extends Its congratulations to every one onp tho ticket For Kentucky there now bright prospects for IsII C development Gov McCreary had a long experience In public life sand this coupled with the abllty of Lieut jQov iMcDermott will encourage the Investment of capital and I an Increase in our manufacturing I Industrieso The victory Just won will contribute I largely to a still greater one next year Bettor organized than ever before and without faction or N division the party owes no small debt of gratitude to its able cam paign managers Chairman Vansant Treasurer Camden and Secretary Phillips whose wise counsel and generalship stamp them 1S the men to whom should be entrusted the conduct of the next campaign r The ticket elected here In Louis ville Is a guarantee of another two years of progress and good govern ment Louisville is now a Demo cratic city and the Kentucky Irish American feels proud of the part It played In bringing about this result We would offer special congratula tions to Mayor Head City and County Chairman Frank McGrath and the members of his committee through whose efforts tho party has scored the greatest victory won iIn this city and county In a Guberna tonal campaign during the pas twenty years BIGOTRY ABSENT Wherever else bigotry may raise Its slimy head It is evidently absen- from the ranks of the Grand Army of the Republic 091lwe learn from anTexchangfythaf tno present Com m nderIChlef J9hn E Oilman iis a Catholic He ISa tknight of Columbus and he has beenp member I InBostonstrange The kind of manhood that loins the ranks and rlks death in real war for his country will not be found playing a cowards part In dark cellars fearful of being seen by honest men The American republic Is doome- to destruction because the majority of its college Professors are infidels That Is the utterance of the Rev Dr S T Willis President of the Virginia Christian College Unless the college professors of the present day lay more stress upon the teach ings of Christianity instead of send ing out Into the world students an graduates with a great store of book learning and little or no con ception of what an upright lifeI should be this republic will go theI way of the first French republic theI Roman republic and all others whereI lack of morals unchristian living 0 an Improper understanding of a mans obligations to his neighborsI and similar deteriorating elements have hold sway Such a complaint can not be lodged against our Cath olic educational Institutions Catholic parents should ponder over theI wardB of Dr Willis and then they would give a more vigorous support to the schools In which the laws of God are recognized The statement has been made that Preldent Tafta annual message t Congress will contain his platform and that In It he fill define the IMUM on which his renonlnation andelection will be sought For his sake we hope the President will no fleaoVna to such means to advance jiiiii own political ends His message t t la8falatfeOoagreaa terfc aIq Interest the whole country I P4 Kent Tafta message will re N 1W tilt consideration it merits iIf addressed to the people otherwiseI andhfeortr I I The Irish Player socalled haveI appeared to Boeton Providence andt then la trn cities where their welcome TWH rilldand their departure I caused ao regret Eminent critic everywhere Jhave condemne- the l plays not only because they tflsrepreMBt lit a manner mOlt afe rocious the spirt and the character r It the Irish people utat beeauM hey are the raerect drivel viewedl tfa the point of TtW9f art d lawn galore but no pure literature laws It Is considered a commendable thing I declares the Irish Standard for the Government to prevent dispensers of foods and drugs from poisoning the body but It would be considered an Infringement on the sacred liberties the press were the Government to prohibit the sale of foods that the soul The local United Trades and Labor Assembly should rid Itself of of Its selfstyled spokesmen for labor In the last several campaigns these professional labor leaders issued cards and statements Instructing workingmen how to vote but so far no one knows of a vote Influenced one way or another by these labor leaders Democrats of Kentucky should take off their hats to the Courier Journal and Times not for what they did for the ticket In the cam paign just closed but for what they did not do Their only saving mark was the excellent work of Will Kaltenbacher Tho Evening Post blames Senator Bradley for tho defeat of the Re publicans and gives credit to Da OSulllvan for the success of the Democrats Evidently somebody on tho Post gives promise of being a splendid humorist besides Charlie Musgrove Because the pastor of a Methodist church down In Orange NJ does not like the men of his congregation to bowl the pin knockers have de cided to desist Such obedience hoptthe men do not get Into greater mischief The Catholic Sun notes that jua a little newspaper salve makes particulart y homely debutante Yes and many many others Catholics are criticizing the Encyclopedia Brlttanca not because it Is not Catholic but because it iis antiCatholic The election returns had hardly finished coming in before the Post was blaming the result on Senator E adley i The city and State are now in the hands of the Democrats Now look yeardPROUDLY Kentucky Received Presi dent Taft Within Her Borders PreslIher week when he was accorded a wel come as hearty and genuine as was ever bestowed a visitor to the Bluegrass Wednesday the President I officiated at the unveiling of the Lincoln statue In the State House at Frankfort the gift of James B Speed of this city From all sec dons of the State assembled thou sands to do honor to the occasion and the memory of the martyred President and well did Frankfort carry out its part Following th ceremonies President Taft came to Louisville where he was tendered a banquet at which were seated more than 300 of our most prominent cit Irene Thursday morning the Pros dential party departed over the Illi note Central in a special rai provide by Alfred H Egan and fol lowed at short intervals by nine others for Hodgenvllle where he presided at the dedication of the farom on which Abraham Lincoln was born On both occasions President Taft de livered addresses that evoked en thusiasm and good feeling From the moment of his arrival until his untot the President leaving for Nashville with the highest regar- for the citizenship of Kentucky SUDDENLY STRICKEN Whilo vlstlng her daughter Air Frank Gerst 2829 West Chestnut street last Saturday night bir lateIofIfew hours later Mra Quinla- who before her marriage was Miss Alice OConnor was sixtynine years of age and a native of Louisville She was a member of the Church of fit Charle Borromeo and a devoted worker la Catholic elftlee Three daughters Mrs Frank Gerit Mrs MrsdH Kllgore of Lebanon ando son William Quinlan urvlve her Tli funeral veer held Tuesday morning Rr Father Kfcf fb officiating at the solemn mMot r Qtttom nod preach flhilt mDTOIultlltvIrtues ofthedeeaaedep rattail for the fife eternal R js a flTYMiss returned d from Bardstown where she visited Sister Agnlta Miss Myra McAtee is home from Frankfort after a visit to her aunt Mrs John Griffin Mrs Edward OConnell of High land Park is In Oklahoma City visiting Irs A L Daal Frank McNamara of Sparks Ariz has been visiting in New Al bany where he formerly resided M A Wathen and H T Colgan were among the Kentucky people registered last week in New York Miss Fannie Bess OReilly has been enjoying a visit to Mrs O D Coldewey at her home In Newport John Cronin who has been In Latonia for several weeks spent Sunday with friends in South Louisville Mrs Elizabeth Beck was last week the guest of her daughter sirs Edward Roller at Lebanon Junction Miss Mary McCann of 1707 West Broadway entertained for Glen R Pierson at dinner on Sunday even Ing November 5 The stork has been in the High lands and brought a pretty girl baby to the home of William T Campbell 1908 Duker avenue Frank C Pllson is rejoicing over A visit from the stork who left a fine boy at his home 1139 South Twentyeighth street A surprise party was given Mr and Mrs oJJ Driscoll at the home- o Mrs John C Graves 852 South Fifth street Thursday evening a Mrs Margaret Cavanaugh of Portland arrived home last week nnSt Louis Venice 111 and Madison Ind Miss Cleo Maroney and Calvin Montgomery will be married Novem ber 24 in New Albany The Rev Charles Curran will perform the ceremony Miss Dominica Blanford enter tained with a five hundred party last Saturday evening Prizes were won by Miss Maude Head and Miss Loretta Keagan Miss Cleo Maroney and Calvin Montgomery well known residents of New Albany will be united in ontP A Blanford has just recovered from an operation performed for ap pendlcltls at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and has been brought home to recuperate Mr and Mrs Andrew Corcoran who wero recently married and have been residing In the Highlands will soon move into their new home in the West End Thomas Dowd of New Albany has been in Indianapolis this week vIsit- Ing his son Dr Frank Dowd and his brother Rev Francis Dowd pas tor of St Josephs church Miss Sallie Meehan and niece May Catherine Dear returned Wednesday from a six weeks visit to her sister Mrs Mayme Moehan OGrady at Hannibal Mo Miss Josephine Warth and Roy W Hayden were married at St Marys Catholic church Tuesday morning The Rev William F Sel bertz performed the ceremony Mrs A D Lewis of French Lick parentsaLyons West Main street New Albany returned to her home on Tuesday Miss Zivolla Catherine Young of Jeffersonvllle and Lewis R Harbe son of New Albany will be married at St Augustine Catholic rectory In Jeffersonvllle Wednesday Novem ber 15 Mrs James P Edwards enter heroof Miss Mary McKinney of Knoxvllle who Is the guest of Miss Ida Landrum Invitations are out announcing then toilEdward Groves to be solemnized at St Charles Borromeo church at 4 oclock on the afternoon of November 28 The marriage of Andrew Miller of this city to Miss Elizabeth PNmer of New Albany was solemnized Wednesday morning at St Marys church the Rev Father Seibertz per terming the ceremony Sullivandoftheirvan to John A Donlon of Nashville Tho wedding will take place the months whoeunderwent an operation last week at reportedImprovIng speedynrecovery Is now looked for Miss Mary Murphy daughter of Alonao Murphy Vincennesatreet New Albany who has been Ill at St Edwards Hospital where she sub mitted to an operation Ii recovering and her been removed ot her home weekeMlM Ruth OReilly and George Potts at which Hlaet Ruth OCon per and lithe O UlofJkl GlftT were two Qi thdi ions brad rmaldr fttn Citmeflme JHUfiwiW watt gives a surprise party by her little n r FIFTH DISTRICTS SUCCESSFUL LEADERIIII i I I I I i J j FRANK lcGRAfHII Chairman of City and granddaughter Blanche Bailey Dennis last Monday evening at home of her aunt Mrs Henry theII Bach of 903 Raclno avenue Covers wore laid for twelve and a euchre was held first prize being won by Mrs S E Dennis St Charles Borromeo church was the scene of an Interesting wedding Tuesday morning when Miss Alice M Russell was led to the altar by Dennis M Bocard of New Albany II Rev Charles P Raffo performed the ceremony which was solemnized with a nuptial mass and witnessed by a large number of friends of the bride and groom who are widely known and popular S u DALITIESI Will Observe the Feasts of Their Patron Saints Tomorrow theSt Stanislaus So dality of St Vincent de Pauls church will have a solemn observ ance of the feast of Its patronal saint In preparation for this event the boys and young men of the par ish went Into retreat Wednesday evening Sunday morning during a high mass at630 all boys and young men will receive holy com munlon In the afternoon at 230 a special sermon for the occasion will be delivered followed by the benediction of the Blessed Sacrament and Te Deum A longfelt want Is filed for this section of the city by haying with the Right Rev Bishops permission a mass at 630 a m Before This those of this part of Ae city who were obliged to work on Sunday had no opportunity of hearing mass On Sunday November 19 the Married Lades Sodality will cote brate the feast of Its patron St Elizabeth All married ladles will receive holy communion in a body during a high mass celebrated at 680 In the afternoon at 230 a special sermon befitting the occasion will be delivered BOAT CLUB ELECTS The annual election of officers of the Pastime Boat Club was held a few evenings ago at the Old Inn and the followlng were elected President W J Imorde Vice President W L Martin Secretary E A Gnats Treasurer V K Ecker Cap tain F B Boyer Directors H A Veeneman R C McBrtde C J Kerbel J1 Gaffney 23 H Imorde and G DCarney- After the election and the business of the evonlg was dispensed with a wholesome luncheon was served The reports of the retiring officers indicated that the club is in better circumstances financially and also numerically than at any time in its existence Tho club occupies ten acres of ground adjoining the River Pumping Station and It is the Intention to build a larger and more commodious boat house than the one they now occupy Thomas Hines and Clem Scblldt gave Interesting talks on the formation of the club Its early history and progress that has been made in the past few rears DRILL CORPS NIGHT The Pastime Drill Corps composed of representatives and well known Catholic men and whose every affair has been most enjoyable announces a euchre lotto and dance party for Monday night at itt Peters Hall Seventeenth and Garland that promises to surpass any heretofore given in this city Alder man Fred Leezer Col Joe Breen William Wlttenauer Theo Poppe and other have perfected every arrange ment for a big night and have se cured t list of prizes that will be a pleasant surprise Aa the cause 1 a Is worthy one they invite their friends from all parts of the city RETURNS FROM EUROPE The Right Rev Mon lgn r Fran whitheher In quest of health The prayers of repoerrr duties M NkUOMl troftMecIty Jr iIM raIu4 uoaOf the Faith rJ I1 b 0bi tr d JtYr6 KNIGflTS OP CflLUMW Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Fourteen will receive the first de gree at Alamosa Col on Thanks giving day Ignatius Council of Providence R I added fifteen new names to Its roster last week- Instituted last May the council at Wlnamac Ind will initiate a class of fifty Thanksgiving day Indianapolis Knights have formed a Washington club for the unveiling of the Columbus monument next MayWestern New York Knights sug gest the erection of a memorial to the late Father Lambert at Scotts vllle The work of organizing a new council at Delevan Wls has been begun District Deputy Delaney of Beloit has charge The now council to be instituted at Crawfordsvllle Ind on November 19 Includes many of the most influential business and professional men of Montgomery county Rev B F Logan O P formerly of this city addressed the Knights of Providence R I at a meeting held last night to arrange for an exempli fication of the fourth degree on November 26- HOLY NAME SOCIETY The Holy Name Society of St Louis Bertrands church will receive holy communion tomorrow morning at the 6 oclock mass and after mass a short sermon of Instruction will be given by Very Rev T S McGovern the new Spirituall Director of the society The Junior Holy Name So- cIety which Is composed of the boys of the parish will receive holy com munion at the 730 oclock mass The Holy Name Society Is now In a flourishing condition and with their mens choir present an edifying sight on the second Sunday of every month ALUMNAE BANQUET At a largely attended meeting last week of the Presentation Acad emy Alumnae Society plans were discussed for the annual banquet which will take place on Thursday November 23 Miss Adele Oast will act as toastmistress Misses Eliza beth Shea Eva Beck and Edna Earle OBrien will each give a toast and Miss Edna Tlerney will respond for the class of 1911 It Is requested that the annual banquet dues be sent to the Secretary not later than November 1C NONE ARE SICK Division 1 A O H held a brief session Tuesday night at which only routine business was trans acted Anthony Tompkins presided and announced that there was no one on the sick list At the next meeting it will be decided what part thIs division will take in the coming diamond jubilee initiation The time for holding the annual election is fast approaching which should In terest the members and bring out a rood attendance MACKIN SOCIAL CLUB The next reception dance of Mackln Council Social Club will take place at the club house on Twentysixth street Thursday night Those heretofore given have been well attended apd very enjoyable and for this one there will be some of the very latest dance music ORGANIZING Mrs John Arthur of Indianapolis State President of the Indiana La dies Auxiliary A O H spent the first part of the week in Jefferson vllle and New Albany with jthe result that a promising auxiliary will soon ba established In each city The charter will remain open till January t when there will be a big Inltatlon Louisvilleodegree tteam QUICHCJILVWt Ofu the portsr o4ntsdotf 1 8y74T tone of flute terlut year E rWARM UNDERWEARF- OR WOMEN AND CHILDREN i MISSES VESTS AND PANTS 25c Medium weight nicely made pants with drop seat 39c values special this week for garment SOc UNION SUITS 39cSwiss ribbed medium pure white sizes from 12 to 16 years limited iweight a customer no phone orders none sent C O week for CHILDRENSVELASTIC VESTS AND PANTS 2Sc Heavy fleeced nicely made drop seatslight mill imperfections special tbis week for WOMENS 39c VESTS AND PANTS 2Sc Swiss ribbed heavy fleece lined regular and extra sizes 39c values special this week for WOMENS 3Sc CORSET COVERS 25c=Pure i white lightweight high neck long sleeves high neck and short sleeves 35c value special this week for J WOMENS SOc UNION SUISTS 38cSwiss ribbed fleece lined medium weight pure white SOc val- uesii limited three to a customer this week for VALASTIC UNION SUITS SOc IIBHILDRENS nicely made open down front I special this week 50cI10 II years 75c values special this week for 25cII MISSES 39c25c 25c25c 25c38c 38c50c 50c50c I HERMAN STRAUS tj SONS I FOURTH AVCNUe NCOFP07AT D MARKET STREET sNdNNitlNOlBBaeiiNe Ni4iOIN BOB4 + BAtoNNBO mu Louisville Ky Nov 9 1911 The Painters Union or perhaps the entire local union have circularized the city with thousands of circulars in timating that I had my house painted by colored painters This was done with the intention of influencing those who lIl from the Republican nor the Democratic party but as I was nominated by the Republican party consider it an honorI therefore hereby offer One Thousand Dollars 100000 to anyone roving that engaged the cotor k1 J Irv L I painters to paint the building which I occupyv7fTh building was painted by the owner and I had nothing td do with same I have always favored the union as far as my busi ness permitted and prove by the facsimile of my check of 19100 payable to John Brunk who is a union painter for painting my house last month Yours very truly HILMAR EHRMANN fsrr rw ir C IT DOESNT I pAtT- oargue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL BLASTER MANDPACTORBD BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER GOIncorporated IlIitatLoullVlII GEHER SQN L 215 WEST MARKET STREET Offer Their ComPlete Line of the Latest Improved STOVES AND RANGESw Gas Ranges Gas and Oil Heaters Especial attention is drawn to their line of Stoves and Ranges made in Louisville + l eFIXK WINES OhlAlY aiWlnsf AL KOIJ3345 West Green Street LlQUOUlGtUCItsi I MONUMENTSWe Barre Vermont three ear loads of Monuments for our Full trade the largest and beet assortment we have ever carried which wo can offer at a bargain Please give ua a callJ MULDOQN Monument Comc 318 Vfiareen St UuUvi the halted Statea C4 J tiir g t MaI k A 7 r It4 S5NS ib IAIUFAmRERS l I alllhrTlreaM J1f f n iir r III- L wuur wU v I I I STUOKY IRISH A R CAN BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WII1S- KYIHIT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky II I D J DOUGHERTY S J McBLL- IOTTMcELLIOTT e DOUGHERTY Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Antwtrid Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t f t f t t t f t t t t t a HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S1ree1i1 +iii Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director andjBmbalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 I Furniture FOR Of Ml Kinds at the Lowest r Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY BMBALMER Wtihlng and Dressing Ladles aud Children a Specialty OUMB PHONE SOUTH 989 All the late and new Stveland Shapei can be found here at reasonable glenCall and see u- sROBERTa 0 PRIDE With J WBeilslifctd i FIRE INSURANCE Cumberland Malt 3MM Home Phone 5836 Columbia Building FIMrtMild Main BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Hcleotrop In Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES SCHULZaa f THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Bstfc Pines 223 t HERRMANN BROS qooua r PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Diatillc and leDa1- 0esln PlMst rxadat1Lq MMotaUyPearlf on BOTTLED ntBOZfD ykvotltM vtM IxTluTf f I THOMAS KEENAN feral Direitor and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nIghtCarrtagea 1225 W MARKET ST ICEFOR HOME USEIAsk for Coupon Book and save 5 per cent on your Ice bill Our Ice is made from distilled water only Family delivery willIbe prcmpt and satisfactory We are prepared to furnish Ice for all occasions and in any quan tRy Both Phones 297I i AMERICANIce INCORPORATKD N Eo Cot Pearl and Floyd Street Catholicf Order of Foresters Greatest Catholic Fraternal laearaoce Order In the World Members In 6ood Standing 150000 Death banef Its paid sinse organized 1 3852MO JOIN NOW WM CAlUaHAN State erganlzar 2710 WJeff HENRY flUNOLD BBALR IN Staplland Fancy GrocirlisS A FIRST CLASSSAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Olil Whisk a Specialty HMO PItH MM 524 W WALNUT JLRrownileidGo 1 I 553 THIRD ST Eiiiiiirrldd GoitractiF STEAM and HOT WATER HEATINO Dont Build flitfeM sn U Hone PfoaalBdA n I ir ST DONIFACEBAZAU rival Preparations Being Made Ppr Diamond Jubilee The diamond Jubilee bazar to be given at St Bonifaces new ball for the benefit of St Boniface church beginning Monday November 20 and closing Monday November 27 seems to be destined to be a memor able and brllllant event The booths for the occasion have been erected and decorated and the various com mittees are nearIng the completion of their labors The special day and evenings have ben assigned follows Monday evetling has been assigned to the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghuo and the clergy of this city and vicinity Tuesday afternoon to the boys ot St Bon races school and In the evening to the members of the various committees Wednesday afternoon to the girls Of St Boniface school and in the evening to Mayor Head and the city offlcals Thursday afternoon and evening to the former members of the parlsb and will be known as home comin g day Friday afternoon to the ladle- with a coffee social and In the even Ing to the fraternal societies Sat urday afternoon to the school children of the city and in the evening to the workIngmen Monday oven Ing November 27 to the Hon Ed ward J McDermott Lieutenant Gov oinorolect and the newly elected Board of Aldermen and Councilmen Meals will be served every evening from 5 to 9 Oclock by the ladles ofi the parish Every possible feature that will augment the pleasure of the visitors has boon arranged and the diamond Jubilee bazar will beyond doubt prove a memorable even- tMEMORIAL Mackin Councils Annual Mass For Deceased Members Joseph Hancock presided overogoodsized meeting of Mackin Coun j DCasperaddress on tho needs of education for young monoIt was announced Btractingbers will be continued during the winter months a number of prom Inent citizens having accepted Invita I tlons to address the council Four members Joseph Oathof John E Kelly J J Schuler and Pat Welch who are on the sick list were re ported Improving Tomorrow will be a big day for Mackin Council The members and candidates for Initiation will ap proach holy communion at 630 oclock at St Cecilias church when the Rev Father Brady will bo the celebrant of the annual memorialI II mass for deceased council At 230 oclock there will be an Initiation at the club house at which the honors of tho Y M I degreeteama social session and luncheon at which there will be a number of short Informal talks Monday r ght there will be a reception euchre and JhefladyY r admitted candidates which promises to be a most enjoyable affair ST LOUIS BERTRANDS At St Louis Bertrands church hereafter the vesper services on the first Sunday of the month will bo In the afternoon but on the other Sundays they will be In the evenin as heretofore This change has been partInhour will continue on Thursday even ings and for the balance of the I month on Friday nights at 730 I oclock the way of the cross will be made for the souls In purgatory I FOR THANKSGIVING DAY On Thanksgiving day the ladles of St Vincent de Pauls church wl11I1 give a euchre and lotto and an old fashioned kaffe klatschfor the benefit of tho now school The school is nearly completed so that it will bo ready for occupancy shun 4 January 1 1912 As considerable debt had to be contracted for Its completion the ladles hope that their good friends will stand by them to make this social a financial success GRAND BAZAR The congregation of St Brlglds church will give a grand bazar at Trinity Council Hall on the after noons and evenings of November 27 and 28 for the building fund of tIe new church Committees of ladles and gentlemen are making extensive preparations and promise to intro duce features that will slake this one of the roost attractive and enjoyable affairs of the year The programme e will be published as soon as com pleted SPIRITUAL RETREAT On November 15 10 and 17 a spiritual retreat will be held at Presentation Academy for the alumnae and pupils of the seventh feuseniorr1 wllS 1 dons and sermons The retreat will be conducted by the Rev WTKln CollegeOmaha K OP O PROGRAMME A reception and dance will be given kl the Knights of Columbus a club house next Friday evening from 830 to 12 o Block for the benefit of the members only and their InKNoemberJ7 wtdeliveri J OALLMP 1IpR MONDAY 1 r iAt1le 4Mt mNUag of th Jef tenon County aoUOle4etioDa- n BxocutlTfl ConuaUto was ap pointed to meet and dtacuM pteu lor py F u Boys I Pure wool Heavy WINTER Suits 6Extra values at FTjn They come in sizes 6 to 18 and in all popularapatte- rnsLEVYS THIRD AND MAR- KETLT he Bright Spot Louisville the coming national convention of the Catholic Federation which will meet hero In 1912 Tho committee has been called to meet Monday night November 13 at Dr Ganz t- onoffice Jefferson street between Sixth and Seventh RECENT DEATHS I The funeral of Patrick Heffernan f 1138 South Twelfth street took place Sunday afternoon from the church Born in Ireland years ago to came to this country while a youth and for nearly half Q century had resided here esides his wife he leaves two Misses Agnes and Anna Hetfernan Funeral services over the remains of Adam J Weger a highly re spected resident of the West End were bold Monday morning at St Anthonys church The deceased was born In this city thirtyfive ago and was a well known Knight o St John being a member of St Edwards Commandery He Is survived by three sisters Mrs Herman Rl1ggolIrs Lizzie Hoertz and Miss Lena Weger Miss Mary ODonaghue nIece o Right Rev Denis ODonaghue with whom she had lived for tho past fit teen years died MondAy fo owing a long illness of tuberculosis Miss ODonaghue was a native of Montgomery Ind and she Is survived by her parents Mr and Mrs James ODonaghue of Montgomery five sisters and two brothers Her body remained at the Bishops home until Tuesday afternoon when It was taken to Montgomery for burial FALCONIO Became American Citizens and Cast First Vote 1872gMonsIgnor DIomede Falconlo Apostolic Legate In Washington js havingImany years In the house of the Franciscan or del on Sullivan street His rise 1 Catholic circles has been rapid Monsignor Falconlo was born i 1842 at Pescosostango Italy an Jclned the Franciscan order at red early Age The American needing recruits he was sent here In 1865 with his friend Father Anacletus da Roccagorga long known as the head of the Sullivan street monaBtory They went to St Bonaventured College together an there studied English and taught the classtclIMonslgnor Falconlo wasI ordained a priest by Bishop Tlmon of Buffalo In 1866 Two years late he became President of St Bona ventures College He took out his papers as a citizen ot the United States at Little Valley N Yand voted In the Presidential election ot 1872 From Buffalo he went to Harbor Grace Newfoundland became Vicar General of the andIj there A few years later he came t New York to assist at the missio there and while thus engaged was called to Italy by the Illness of his aged patients The Pope taking ad vantage of his presence In Italy made him Bishop of Lacedogua an In 1892 Archbishop of Acronza an Marota thechurchDominion of Canada over the Mani tuba school question needed diplo matic attention Monslgnor Falconlo was sent over of 1899 todiplomat capacItycredited with having fully the hopes placed In him by the Vat icon find In 1902howas made Apostolic Delegate to Washln considered the flqual ot a tonlI of the first class Ever since then dispatches bxyc come from Rome In dicating that Influence in theV MonsIgnorFal ELIZA ETHTOWNII I At Eilabethtown last weele an nouncement Ms been made of th approaching raarrlagez ot Miss YoltnBrownat g NdTmorn1SIIaNoyeinr perform the ptttnuHuv The brideto HIU the dikigtter of W K Oroe IIDJcItpromlaut oJ h ry C INJUSTICE Accorded Ml Imar Ehrmanns by Local Painters Union Attention of the public is called annI plains of the unjust treatment accorded him by certain members of thee local Painters Union who cir torIcb by nonunion negroes when an a matter of tact the building is not owned by Mr Ehrmann and he had nothing- to do with the letting of the contract Mr Ehrmann also exhibits a check of U91 payable to John Brunk a union painter for painting his res idence but which seems to have had no effect on the persons who issued the cards or who never tok into consideration that Mr Ehrmann was a candidate for a nonsalaried position and that the cards would not Injure him politically but might harm him in a business way Hllmar Ehrmann has the respect of this entire community being a member of tho Commercial Club the Board of Trade and has been Identi- fIed with every public enterprise of any benefit to the city of Louis ville These features alone seem to jJustify that he should have been treated with more consideration specially when ho states emphatically that he was perfectly willing to meet the officials of the Painters Union at any time and adjust the matter satisfactorily to all parties concerned SHORT TALKS Made Interesting Meeting of Division 3 Monday Night Division 3 A O H held a splendid meeting Monday night made es pecially Interesting by short addresses President Coleman be- Ing l ill Hugh Hourlgan presided his chair being filled by John Broderlck All were pleased to greet Phil Cav anaugh after an illness of two weeks One application was filed and favorable action taken on a communication from the County Board ExCounty President Thomas Quinn In a forcible address urged tthe members to secure a large num ber of candidates for the diamond JJubilee initiation to be held next month and former National Director George J Butler pointed to the ex visitfJames J Regan which all Hiber nians could make use of In increasing the membership John Horans remarks on the study of Irish history were timely and well received as JohnfMooney Martin Tully John Hession Thomas Noon and Pat Mulloy Mem bers of the division and the order will bo pleased to read that the Ill ness of President D J Coleman is not serious and it Is expected he will be able to be out today or tomorrow SAIL NEXT WEEK Archbishops Farley OConnell and Monslgnor Falconlo will sail next week for Rome where they will be cpnslstorytowconstatoryhenconferred by the Pope with great ceremony the American prelates will pay visits to the other Cardinals to the Rector of the American College probablyslngtaken torreceptions to the two C asnOUTd ofhministers denominational papers the secular press eminent authors educators and statesmen not forgetting InII fidels are embraced In a brochure SpookTheirNoll Huntington Ind Masses for the Dead by Rev J T Roche pagesrworldPurgatory ing soul of a departed friend or rela procuredthrough IOATHOLIO CHARITIES receivednauthorities in the United States that the Executive Committee of the Na CathoUoOharltlesencouragedIn ofdan authentic statement showing In brief terms the alms location and ad dress of officers and the scope of ltulpnalCathoJic ofCatholicStates to send name and address ai ofdsity Washington D C ITIIEYDO WELL tbeAnmtnclaUbn therand oyster supper last week which netted l75Thls is as good as many of the loess city churches could have done AItIIAlyWhat will be the ffecter woman suffMfeT ake da hwMsnt1 f a great Metropolis Waif replied tJiour I ntppOM our jioUUoftl S1tat tJIoocMtonnlly br mud wpJt J1cream rode counter lutMuLof xt a tar p b FRANK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every a one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KYo JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING COi INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for FarnJIy Use Order- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Will 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVED Li- ghtJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATUDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE Kt Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 i TJIE WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS m Celebrated Draught arid Bottled Beers y Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flavor U ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky WALNUTST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Nov 12 MUSICAL COM- EDYSCHOOL DAYS HERMAN TIMBERG And Company of Fifty Boys and Girls This comedy will be the first of the season and will be presented with effect- Ive songs and stage effects Matinees Tuesday Thursday Satur day Best seats 25c Night Prices 2Sc 3Sc SOc 75c AVENUE THEATER Week SundayAfternoon STIRRING WESTERN DRAMA 6 IN WYOMING A Story of Love and Romance Wonderful Scenery Showing the Snow Capp a d Big Horn Mountains with the sandycactus grown plain In foreground POPULAR PRIDES Night Sunday and Holiday Matinees lOc 20c 30c Daily Matinees 10c ISc and 25c HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville ANDr Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS contlnluous CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTs0 ThMe are the Leading Moving fits tare How s ki Louisville Catering fjwcklly to Ladies ad Children COLUMBIA 5 pjUtbart bletukl4tMMtk sad r comICtII- y t f- c Ay+ CB THOMPSON ELORISIEONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOU TH AVENUE Both Telephones tOBO- AH orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonvllle hospitaltorepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very real enable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARYREOINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Aveaie JeifersanvIHe lad HNRYAA JJI PPOLS DYER AND GLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing AipanI WORK GUARANTEED pnonawo 528 Fifth Strwt CENTRAL FURNITUfiE COiII Incorporated- N W Car Third sad Green St JJJ- JWe furnish the home com plata on easy payments WM CALLA0HAN Mir Sales Oep IGiveyearH that will prepare ibex hr ills Slv XfVIER S COLLEGE 112 t 1rdieya KLsvIu a- Vdvt by MXawriut1fdedIc ieaopenPparatoryrpr e URqeuJenu I yam L- p n- rr p I r srI T ENTUOKY n IZIx A RICAN I u SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS i THE BIG STOR- EOVERCOATSc Our great Men s Winter Overcoat sale begins today We invite everybody who is interested in an Overcoat to come and inspect these great values 15rt I In STORETONE d+ CO 424 Between and Market FilthStII IJ Piano Values==Our Methods In advertising our piano and our methods It is our purpose to advise with all along intelligent linesthe course to pursue in selecting a piano one of real worth for the largestlmoney1 terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano the day you make your selection by investing a small amount of cash as first payment i f Our one price policy must convince even the most doubt- Ing uf our superior service in treating one customer the same as another and is a point to be well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite Inspections and comparison MONTENEGRO= RIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated 611180ao FOURTH AVENUE A COFFEE3 Lbs For 75c Try Mulloys never varying Coffees They are always fresh and the standard of excellence NO better elsewhere at 30c Fresh from the roaster to JOHN M MULLOYjIU Nome 1323 Le1D+ W U IC1 X 9 Lk Wit aofp I SPELWe have received our Fall Importations of Prayer Books Rosaries and oche Religious Articles Throughcareful buying we are able to sell these new goods at very low prices When you are down town drop aroundand see us I X The Chas A Rogers Book Co 418 WEST JEFFERSON STREET J JAs J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON I Naughtons Pharmacy 1 Prescriptions Rilled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them I m lone Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS I I iJBANNO- NPresI Mgt JANNON JR VloePrejvand Troas Weit your door Phone YEENEMAM Secretary Ir II Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co her IIINCORPORATEDII OF H VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK and For Streets and RoadwaysII Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia AYe Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1332 ih Pheaw 2399 G Y r t Foirtb values IL J r KODflK SUPPLIES S Every Requisite For Amateur and Jts Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing heroj thanI ATISOUVENIR IlrliteJ West Jetter rsore lesleride as AlmDRthose DoVHorse Shoeing lor e tJ SClEMTiFH AND WACTICAl SI1OEINGn Hors Cahd For rlrsDflyr 4- n rOPPtCE 1t71in11 fl 0- o HIBERNIANS T What They Have Been Doing the Past WcekGeneral- News Notes Division 6 of West Duluth Minn opened the new hall of St Clement- church e with the Initiation of a larg class of candidates State and county officers were present and congratulated the division on Its r markable showing for the year Division 2 will hold its annu election of officers on the first Wednesday In December This will1 be made the occasion of a diamondI Jubilee reunion and members who fall to be present will be fined Thei other divisions are cordially invitedI to participate in the celebration STRICKEN SUDDENL- D J Colemans Death a Shock to the Entire- Community t Presdentr nlans died suddenly Thursday eve Ding after an illness of only a days His death was due to a abcess of the brain and came with QrDenny1 workers of Hlbernlanlsm ii- ouisville and Kentucky and his deal will prove an Irreparable less to th order He was also a member of the St Vincent de Paul Society and the Knights of Columbus being mana receptioniB latter order Mr Coleman was proprietor of a dry goods store at Seventeenth and Portland avenue and PatrIcksr General J P Crontns right hand workers The news of his sudden CIdeathIrish American was going to press and the funeral arrangements had not been completed SIIOCIjEDM Were Friends When Death = Claimed Mrs Mary Michael In the death of Mrs Mary UhlenJJ Michael beloved wife of Henry Michael of the firm of Volz Michael which occurred last Saturday niter a weeks Illness Is re thie Aa society Louisville Brilliant as a girl a devoted wife and mother who gave JfJfamilye more sincerely mourned than her whose death so unexpectedly hap paned Mrs Michael was the daughter of the late Joseph Uhlei and was born in this woAteal nhe loved all TOmetfriend She leaves besides a de Lillian roted Joseph husband C Seven Henry chUdrenFi F Joseph Sass Leo F Mary Albert Mlchaelt She Is also survive- by two sisters Mrs Henry Schoo Miss Theresa Uhlen The I funeral took place from St whenfang Sold followed the remains to the grave testifying to the regard In which this enjhusbandtended the sympathy of the entire eral community May her soul enjoy eternal peace SHUBEUT MASONIC PasLoralannual visit to Louisville next week coming to the hubert Masonic Theater The play has been coming so many years that no more the mere announcement of its edi Is deemed necessary Mr Bot Brady has been able to keep Intact that the same Company that ford been appearing In the play sea after season This is fortunatefIt would seem strange to see such characters as HI Holler the town constable the blundering professor a Moore and various other well types In other bands than who have adorned the Way East cast for many years PtAVENUEIn Wyoming Wesfrn omtdy drama written by WHkrd Mack will iliaAvenli bytarbubaptif eomehroat 1t tmeoei rful Chicago ta t SOCIETY DIRECTORYr A O XX- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hallen FI and Third Tuesday President William Murphy ToeRecording Secretary Joseph E Farrell r eFinancial SecretaryThos Do TreasurerThomas P RollsalDIVISION 2 Meets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal nut streets PresIdentC J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith WilliamY T Financial Secretary John J Keaney TreasurerTames Welsh Ser eantatArmsW S Nall DIVISION 3 Meow First and Third Mon Ilneteenln and Portland PresidentD J Coleman HourlfeanRecording I StevensdFinancial SecretaryJ O esal1d slonTreasurerD J Dougherty SorgeanNatArms James Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyViceLynchRecording J BarryFInancial Secretary Thomas LanganeI hAssistantSecretaryD Williamlaghan L Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLB E Meets WednesdayAt County President Lawr I Ford ColenMurphyRecording I Hongan CollhergeantatArmsMichaele Gar j SentinelThomas Gleason j Marshal Mlohael Noon Y JX I MACKIN COUNCIL 206 iie ClubHouseRobertsonVice j IIFinancialRecording SecretarYR Osborne Corresponding SecretaryD Dillon TroasurerW A Lin- karshalS H Sheehan TOutside= p 6 f I Helped at Oncesu lIonly sleep two nights In a week and tomerecommended Pastor Roe DsTonIc and the third dose of tookonehalf I headacheotcured him I was treated by our family tookNerve ofothis today myhadi I will always praise it styen Mrs Minna Erw1 FREE A Valuable Book onHernS- dObotUemdtdsedWayne Ind slate 1878 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III Streete6y0rasskla at SI per fettle 6 for f5 aLars site 176j a nettles for 58 ss engagement The company Is a string one and brings with It aerformaI 5 unique and striking sl settingsCASINOORPIIEUM The Casino and Orpheum lctureB will next week present a run pietheirase entirely sew and varied IIncluding sCenesJneveryhday mat ne meets public approval and an hour of seat lloyra leapresented tnvIewsn HOPKINS XHXJLXMb I one I to HopkIns I several features certain to please In the different turns e tarItse the vaudeville stage will appear presenting witty dialogues catchy pahrl goaadattractive feoBff nambw ofehdoh nilcplotfA ov I 1 IRELAND Record of the Most ImportantL the Recent Events Culled Exchangesfret atnpThe danger at a water famine threatened Dundalk has passed Hugh C Cochrane of Lifford anbeen orCounty Donegal rJudgtl Overend had only thes criminal cases for disposal at D Quarter Sessions The Limerick Harbor Board pointed John F Power as Secrc In succession to the late John Boyd A committee of local Itathfriland has decided to establishi hemstitchingtort fac A beautiful stained glass windthe gift of T Martin merchant erectedy 1In Catholic church There being no criminal cases be disposed of the recent KiltdaysQuarterSesslona Judge Bodkin was presented with white gloves The death of John Gilbert Clon Idaw the result of an accident is lasmuch Ennlscorthydistrict respected SamnelOoydelection for Petty Sessions Clerkforthe Cahirclveen W voasJudge Drummond at Carrick Shannon congratulated peat state of the district there being one trivial assault case for dlsp Longfordbeenwas lastJSUmmer outearlyI nothappeneddry lOver 100 decrees for nonpay rent were obtained at I t Quarter Sessions at the Instance of VtacGoughI ttained decrees The funeral obsequies of theC Sheehan of pef prireineats attended verylargelaityMa DDposses atop of a house and a portion of under the Congested Districts D followingnIghtcontentsburned re groundrMidWalsh Inthelabors farmersbroushtthen hisImprIsonmentj The death took place at Drogh of L Moore who was the oldest Hsmyear I atBDundalk at the election of Coroner for North LouthThe beautiful new Church of St nearfast Bel a cost 2160towho reside In recentlytheMostThe Right Rev Justin McCa was consecrated Abbot of the Mon II RoscCountyattracted a very large number people from Roscrea Birr and- rrounding districts Many clergy =men attended and great 1manifestedleELECT OFFICERS illrll 1 Funcra Directors sclDIJjtlon Selects For 1 912 DirectorsIIIt The Falls City Funeral In the offices of 0 Scheldt last Saturday evening and el or8brtPresident E 0 Pearson SmithSecretaryJohn TreasurerHenry Bosse SergeantatArmsFred Meyer Mr Pearson succeeds J McElliottuci associationhaving be 1M and was Ineligible for another Presidentagethe members for their co histermespeciallytified hadBmemberfrQmpoIntv UNIVERSITY COLLECTION Tomorrow In all the local Catholic churches the people will bo called CatholicUniversIty s11ODonaghuo says this great seat ot has been doing good service the cause of education and dose of religion and Is worthy ofgenerous support A little from each will make a colleotlon creditable =the diocese PRIEST MEETS DEATH Father Murphy who for years en 4111 Ulsqopnonacqmparish at Seward Neb was ed Tuesday evenlnr la an auto bi accident Spine inoiiths xgp Murphy surrendered tb the authorlUw througk Bishop eAi when file ban of uaiitaaloa altar Mm warn TfMknrwd or t 0- r Save Money By Having Your Wearing Apparel Cleaned Here Both Phones 2207 617 S Fourth Avel you Know Aa B Kirschbaum Co I terCLOTHES WITHOUT BEING TOLD Theyre unquestionably the greatest value clothes made Value in the way you want it in fabrics tailoring fit style We are making a feature now thesehat 20theBrotzgewJEFFERSONaryI I Tho Only Exclusive MensLATESTattoFOR THE LEASTushWe thesnappiest TopsAtattention2ivenNew Home for the Celebrated EMERSON Shoes for Men Jeffersonvi11engVOLZ Be MICHAEL STREETonlyoraldNNNNNbNN6NNNN0 For Your Furniture Wants TRADEDortI IbMystocks i are the largest my prices bestcoJAMES GREENE StreetrdNbNNNNN NeNa Styles 1 Latest Patterns theJeg4ceoHome STtheGREfJ7 SCHOOLSECOND J READERSOPThis school iis fortunate in haying both the best Bookkeeping find Shorthand gladAyou call and see us and we think you will appreciate the claims we make DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES Principalthe The Last Dollar m 111SAVINGS l twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAHJ must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now ofth dollars you are wasting might keep that hjjrd time from ever coming theTitle Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court JPIace Open Daily Until 3 pm Saturdays Until 7 p m B iIii I n JOHN CAMPBELL Practical Horse Sheerr Toe Cracks Split Hoofs Corns Contracted Feet and Alf Ailments of the Feet Properly Shy Rubber Pads Hand Made S1i 8privlng Horse Shoal e Ail Kinds HORSES DELIVEREDtmJ HOMS f J OHfJt 6283 525 13th StlI f WIItandt Madison Charlie Whifes- THE MoonI 1 COW BOY KEliMjfST J COMCELSAIl I Exponent of Gods MdicirtYsRoots and HerbIiI r IisNAa W Llatef12t3731W KM iMl tUtttlbi Yki r IJ 7 1