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Tfy 1- rTiI r- n 11 i KENTUCKY 4MERICAN I VOLUME XXVII NO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25 1911 e PRICE FIVE I CENTS CARDINALS Timely Information in View ot Their Creation and Coming Consistory t5 All That Is Required Is Will of Sovereign Sufficiently Expressed TS6 Certain Form or Special Coremoy Essential to A I Dignity r THEIR PRIVILEGES ARE MANY For the creation of a Cardinal all t that Is required is tike will of the Sovereign Pontiff sufficiently eX- t pressed Neither a certain form hor any special ceremony Is essential because the wholo sub stance of the Cardlnalato consists In the power of Jurisdiction and Its consequent prerogatives which depends simply on the will of the superior Tho Cardinalate Is not like the priesthood a sacrament imprinting a character and requiring t acramontal matter and form di vinely instituted and hence the unanimous teaching Is that the form of promoting a Cardinal depends entirely on the will and word of the Supreme Pontiff The form and ceremonies for cre ating a Cardinal In the usual manner may be thus summarized The Roman Pontiff calls a secret con sistory and the other business hav ing been transacted he addresses the Cardinals who are present in these or similar words You have brethren Then he mentions the names ot those whom he has determined to promote to the Car dinalate and asks What do you think As a sign of assent the Cardinals uncover and reverently incline their heads Then the decree concerning the promotion of the new Cardinals Is drawn up and at once published out of consistory If the newly appointed Cardinals are In Rome they jnoceed In their usual dress and without any attendants to the Apostolic palace where one of the old Cardinals presents them the red cap or blretum And from that time to the public consistory In which they receive the Insignia they are not allowed to make or receive any public visits neither may other Cardinals call on them without the previous permission of the Holy lather If a newly appointed Car dinal Is absent from Borne one of the attendants of the Sovereign Pontiff is at once dispatched to carry him the red blretum In receiving which the new Cardinal must promise on oath under pain ot deprivation of the Cardlnalate that within a year he will proceed to Rome to visit the Holy Father It is cus tomary for a Cardinal who receives the blretum in this way to give the one who brings It certain favors or offerings to be divided among the private chamberlains ot the Pope A public consistory is then called for the purpose of giving the Insignia to the new Cardinals All the Cardinals being assembled In then Apostolic palace the Sovereign Pontiff wearing his precious mitre orders the new Cardinals to come profoundlycInjtKelast Cardinal priest The Pontiff makes a short address on the office and greatness of tho Cardinalate rtien the new Cardinals approach and kneeling kiss the feet and then the hand and lastly thE mouth of the Sovereign Pontiff After this they go to receive from the other Cardinals the kiss pf peace This being done the Pontiff confers the red hat on them ana sa For the and oruaniantred hat an emblem of the singular dignity of the Cardinalate by which 1Is signified that even to death and the shedding of blood Inclusively for the exaltation of our holy faith for the peace and quiet of Christian people for the Increase and preser- vMlon of the Holy Roman Church you are to show yourself Intrepid In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost Amen Iatprivileges of Cardinals are manyt but chief among them is the precedence allot them have over Bishops Archbishops Primates and Patriarchs They also have the ex elusive tight to the title Em inence and are considered equal in Drank to kings Everywhere they rank with princes of the royal blood Hence as princes ot the plqfte church they take personal Erecedence over Apostolic Delegates m church ceremonies and social gatherings Moreover the word of a Cardinal is to be believed when he kffrarts thjat something was done In reaenoe of the Holy Father also when he says that some mandate WEB given hutu verbally by the Pope 1sowhen he assert that he isaagate for then the ordinary power of a Legate Is to fee acknowledged In him even without his showing any letters of delegation I lording to the mind of the mindl of Trent the Cardinals as teb as can be should be selected Km all the nations Of Christianity e s BOod reason for this desire yfor the business iransr tie Cardinals and par v election ofthe Ins to i Chrls hatt roe may be better known to the Holy See it is very advisable that every nation should have defenders and Judges In the Senate ot the Roman Pontiff HER FEAST DAY first Celebration In New St Cecilias Church Sunday Tomorrow will be a notable day for the men women and children ot St Cecilias parish as It will mark the first celebration In the new and Imposing edifice on Twentyfifth and St Cecilia streets of the patronal feast of their church The Rev Fathers Brady will officiate at the solemn high mass at 1030 oclock when the sermon will be preached by one of the most eloquent of the Passlonlst fathers from the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road The musical programme arranged by Miss Agnes Richter will be an artistic and beautiful one and the choir will Include Miss Marie Glover who will sing the Offertory Miss Maud Herbst will be the soprano soloist during the mass Others In the choir for the celebra tion will be Catherine Turney Cath erine Carr and Mary Butler so pranos Mrs J A Cooper Rose Henley and Rose Herbst altos Adam Emmetsberger tenor and Ray Flanagan Earl Reilly and Elmer Watson bassos In the evening at 730 there will bo solemn vespers and benediction at which many of the city clergy will assist Father Thomas W White pastor of St Frances of Rome church will preach the sermon which will be worth going a long distance to hear The musical pro gramme for the vespers Includes a beautiful trio by Miss Bffie McDon nlil lMrs John A Cooper and Adam Emmetsberger and a solo by Miss Maud Herbst The Illumination and decoration of the sanctuary will be complete nnd a surprise to those who have not yet visited the new St Cecilias It Is not necessary to state that pas tor and people will welcome the old members of the parish now residing elsewhere In the cit- yTIIiBUTE Paid Memory of Deceased President Monday Night Division 3 held a big meeting Monday night with President Hugh Hourigan in the chair Throe appli cations were filed and John T White was obligated Patrick Welsh James iBroderlck and Michael Kennedy were reported recovering from their illness James Stevens was appointed a delegate to the Catholic Federation Following the reading of a communication from the County Board announcing the approaching memorial day Messrs George J Butler Maloney Horan Sullivan and Mackey were appointed to draft resolutions on the death of President D J Coleman An order was drawn for his death benefit and the charter ordered draped for a period of thirty days It was also decided that a picture of the dead President be secured and placed in the meeting hall and that the divis ion have celebrated a solemn mass of requiem for the repose of pits soul In words of eulogy George J Butlor P T Sullvan L JMackey Patrick Horan Tom Quinn Martin Sheehan Tom Noone John Hession Dan Dougherty John Brod erick and others paid tribute to President Coleman and the great throughhisSecretary Stevens was instructed to notify all members that the election of officers will be held at the next meeting and urge them to be present NOW FIFTY YEARS OLD A notable event in the history ot St Patricks Commercial Academy the alma mater ot some ot the most prominent men in the business professional and public affairs of Chicago was celebrated Tuesday evening In the red room ot the La Salle Hotel The occasion was the golden jubilee marking the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the school which is one ot the oldest educational institutions in the city located at Desplalnes and Adams streets The academy lid conducted by the Christian Brothers an educational order which has colleges throughout the United States and Europe During the last fifty years over 500 students have graduated from St Patricks and taken prom inent parts in the nations life Between 200 and 300 of these old boys were in attendance at the thirtieth annual banquet of the alumni association on this occasion Archbishop Quigley who is a gradu ate of the Christian Brothers school In Buffalo presided at the banquet PARISH SUPPER PRIZES The supper and prize contest of the various societies of St Peters church came to a close Wednesday night with results that are gratify lag to Rev Father Jerome Prelsser Father Jerome has beef making many improvements and providing rooms for the young of the parish and the proceeds were turned over exJMjMeIthuIJncurre4 the societies was spirited but friendly the first jrlse going to the StM Planets Society and the second to Commandery 103 Knights of 8t John Alderman Barney Campbell WKI awarded the handsome rocklnj chair dent re COMPLETE Plans For the Inauguralionot McCreary and McDermott December 12 Thousands From Louisville and All Parts ot State Will Attend Inaugural Parade WU BeLarg est Franklort Has Ever Seen COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS Plans for the inauguration of Gov McCreary and Lieut Gov McDermott were perfected at a meeting Tuesday ot the Executive Committee in charge of the Inaug uration with Gov McCreary at the home of the latter In Richmond The programme for the actual Inaugura tion exercises was decided upon and the committees will work out the small details later The inaugural will be held In front of the Capitol- S French Hoge Chairman of the committee will Introduce the Rev J R Zeigler pastor of the First Presbyterian church ot Frankfort who will pronounce the Invocation Mayor James H Polsgrove then will be Introduced and he will introduce Gov Willson who will deliver his valedictory This will be followed by the swearing In of the new Governor The oath will be adminis tered by Chief Justice Hobson Gov McCreary then will deliver his in augural address Lieut Gov Ed ward J McDermott will then be sworn In- After the address of Gov Mc Creary a public reception will be held in the Capitol for two hours At the Capital Hotel during the evening the new Governor and his official family and Gov Willson and his official family with their wives will be welcomed The Inaugural ball will be held In the diningroom of the Capital Hotel It will begin at 1030 oclock Plans for the Inaugural parade have not been worked out yet but It Is expected to be the largest that Frankfort has ever seen One of the features of the Inauguration will be a dinner given to the new Governor by Mayor Polsgrove The Inauguration will be attended by thousands from all parts of the State Here In Louisville the Demo cratic City and County Committee are arranging for a great turnout and will head a delegation of at least a thousand who will march In the parade Another body that will make a splendid showing will be the Kentucky Colonels headed by President William J OHearn From present Indications It will re quire special trains over all the rail roads entering Frankfort to carry the contingent from this city At Covington Newport Lexington and other cities arrangements are being made to send Democratic clubs and large bodies of citizens and If Present plans are carried out the Inaug uration at Frankfort will surpass any ever witnessed In the South Last week at Frankfort the Execu tive Committee having n charge all the arrangements for the Inaugura tion ceremonies held a meeting and perfected an organization by electing S French Hoge Chairman and Oscar L Bozeman Secretary The matter of subcommittees was discussed at length and the following were agreed upon Ladles Auxiliary Com mittee Finance Committee Recep tion Committed Parade Committee Transportation Committee Music Committee Inaugural Ball Commit tee Printing Committee Information and Publicity Committee and Decorating Committee Mayor Pols grove met with the Executive Com mittee and was appointed a commit tee of one to confer with Gov Wlll son regarding the plans for the inaugural ceremonies so that all may work In harmony for the Im portant event The members of the Executive Committee arc as fol lows S French Hoge Chairman Elwood Hamilton Percy Haly John W lIlilam and Ben G Williams with Oscar L Bozeman as Secretary The Executive Committee has established headquarters on Ann street where Secretary Bozoman will keep all papers and contracts on file and the subcommittees will be thus enabled to keep In touch with tho work of the other committees and the Executive Committee can keep track of all that Is being done without having to hunt up some other member of the committee There will be an enormous amount of work to do but the committeemen are full ot enthusiasm and will carry out all the plans with an earnest desire to make the Inaugura tion a big success The Louisville Democrats will have a special train and plans are deleIgatlonwitnessed Inauguration Chair AllEmlerBullltt will lead the delegation and all will wear campaign plug hats and carry canes The local district lead ere who are assisting in organizing are Charles Knight James XcGill JpA Charles Barker lit the First ward Judge Gocke and Squire ndTTimpa u and Edward Barry ta the Fourth and Fifth wards Robert JHauah and Loraine Mix In the 81th and Seventh wards Joseph Ovej m McDonogh trod tgAthI wards Frank Dugan and Thomas Ryan in the Tenth ward and John L Gruber Sam Robertson and Ben Band In the Eleventh and Twelfth wardsThe next Mayors race has been a source of discussion among the polltlcans since the recent election and as It looks like a sure thing for the Democrats consequently many names have already been suggested for the honor among them being Dr John Buschemoyer John Wakefleld Owen Tyler David Hirsch and W J Baird One name quietly mentioned that would not only secure the en tire Democratic vote If nominated but would also receive the entire Independent votesis County At torney A Scott B ilitt who would be able to defeat any Fusion candi date the Republicans might name their only feasible candidate at pres ent being exJudge BIngham who has lost caste with the old guard of the 00 P on account of his refusal to go down with the sinking ship in the recent election and who Iti not near as strong as this time a year ago A race between Bullltt and BIngham would bo a cake walk for our popular County Attorney TOOK VEIL Louisville Girl Follows Sis ters to Convent at Ca rdome Of general interest In Catholic circles throughout Louisville and this section of tie country was the taking of the perpetual veil of two young women Miss Florence Mattingly a beautiful society girl of Louisville being one and the other Miss Mary Haggarty of St Louis at Georgetown Scott county on Wednesday They have entered the convent at Cardome Sisters of Vis itation one of the most noted in the South The former is now Sister Anne Marie and the latter Sister Mario Denies The Right Rev C P Mace of Covington came down to perform the sacred rites Miss Mattlngly is the third of three lovely sisters who have taken the veil MARRIED AT STITHTON The marriage of Miss Frosia Vowels and Jefferson Coffman took place at St Patricks church in Stith ton Tuesday morning the Rev J S Henry officiating The young couple will reside in Vine Grove where the groom holds a position The bride Is a daughter of William Vowels RECENT DEATHS The funeral of William Coleman son of Michael and the late Mary Coleman took platfeMonday morn Ing from the Sacred Heart church The deceased was thirteen years old and a bright boy To the bereaved father fs tendered the sympathy of many friends St Cecilias parish suffered a dis tinct loss by the death of Mrs John Keep last Sunday morning at her home 2541 Rowan street following a stroke ot paralysis Mrs Keep was well known throughout the West End for her kindly disposition and many works of charity Besides her husband she Is survived by one sen William Keep The funeral Tuesday morning was largely at tended John J Wingle aged fiftysix years an employe of the Ewald Iron Works and father of Patrolman Jchn J Wingle Jr of the Fifth Police district died of rheumatic trouble Tuesday morning at his home 165 North Clay street Be sides the widow he Is survived by eight children and a number of grandchildren Tho funeral took place Thursday morning from St Johns church Clay and Walnut John Bradley fortyfive years of age formerly a fireman of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company died at StsMary and Elizabeth Hospital Tuesday at mid night ot a complication of diseases He is survived by his mother Mrs Bridget Gillespie and three sisters Mrs Kate Savage Mrs Bertha Beckett and Mrs Maggie Rausch His funeral took place Friday morn ing from St Michaels church of which ho had been long a member Louis Wunsch seventynine years of age and one of the most widely known German citizens of Louisville died suddenly of cardiac asthma early Wednesday morning at the home of his daughter Mrs F W Treber 103 North iHite avenue in Crescent Hill He appeared in fairly good health when he retired but was stricken at 1230 oclock and expired in half an hour Surviving him are two sons Louis Wunsch Jr and Edward Wunsch and three daughters Mrs Rosa Vole Mrs F F Lutz and Mrs F W Treber TUb funeral was held yesterday morning from St Mary Magdalens Father William Gausepohl officiating at the requiem mass Mrs Winifred Russell aged sev enty years wife of George Russell ot 936 South Brook street died Monday afternoon at her home fol lowing an Illness of many months She was a native of Ireland but came to this country while a young rerIdent was well knows here belIurvlved by her husband three sons George Jr ofc SLiLoulsf James of Chattanooga of Louisville an aUijlDanRUft8ll Mrs Charles A Mrs Sisals R1 uhl JvJ itand the Misses Ma MarJid Elizabeth Russell of e raT todjc place ro Mary THREATENED Father Ketcham Says Friends ot Indian Missions Must l1yI Work Would Suiter Front Fur ther Hostility of Bigoted Men Church Has Spent Million and- a Halt For Indian Schools FACTS CATHOLICS SHOULD KNOW Speaking recently at Washington D C Rev William H Ketcham Director of the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions made a disclosure which demonstrates the urgent necessity of a fresh rally of the friends of the Catholic Indians lest they suffer further from tho hostility ot bigoted legislators who worked to their great Injury years ago Calling at tention to a danger that threatens this work Father Ketcham brought out facts all Catholics should know one that It was at the Invitation of the Government that the church built many mission schools among the Indians spending In this way more than 1500000 You remember he said that notwithstanding the splendid results produced by the Catholic mission schools Congress enacted a law prohibiting the use of public funds for the support and education ot Indian children in any sectarian Institution although with marvelous Inconsistency Congress every year makes a direct appropriation out of public funds for the Indian pupils at Hampton Institute which Is a distinctively Protestant school The church could not with honor nor In good conscience abandon tho work she had undertaken and hence since that time has striven to sup port It by the voluntary offerings she solicits from the Catholic people of the United States Those who were responsible for that act of Congress no doubt intended to do away with Catholic Indian schools entirely but in this they did not succeed They did succeed how ever in forcing from the pockets bt the Catholic people money that In all Justice should have come from another source Since the passage of that act the times have changed and the minds of many have broadened President Roosevelt came to our relief by allowing us the use of In dian tribal funds for certain mission schools to which these funds were applicable This policy of the Presi dent was upheld by a decision of the Supreme Court Yet there were many who opposed it particularly one member of the Indian Committee of the HouseMr Stephens of Texaswho sought but fortunately sought In vain to secure legislation that would render the policy of the President unlawful For years we havd had a friend In the chairman of the Indian Committee of the House Mr Sherman now Vice Presidentand Mfr Burke of South Dakota But now that Important position Is occupied by Mr Stephens of Texas in spite of his past record of unfriendliness to Catholic Indian Interests which is an open and a well known book- President Taft has been so kind an to take over four ot our schools his only departure from the custom formerly in vogue being that he has taken them over by lease Insteadof by purchase To this the present Chairman of the Indian Committee IDf the House evidently objects On Juno 21 1911 he submitted a reso lution of Inquiry requesting the Sec retary of the Interior to furnish for the information and use of the House a statement showing In de tail how many sectarian or other schools have been covered In by the Government within the past six years He asked for full particulars The animus of the request Is re vealed by the following paragraph Said Secretary Is further re quested to report whether religious symbols emblems or garbs of any particular religious denomination or society are permitted to bo worn or used or publicly exhibited and kept or are so worn raised or kept by em ployes In the Indian school service or within or upon property under Government control In the Indian serviceWho can doubt that the author of this resolution seeks by Con gressional action to prevent the President from taking over mission schools as Government Institutions and thereby to take another dive Into Catholic pocketbooks or to force our schools to discontinue Be CommitIteethat noactio has BofJ yet been taken upon this resolution For this reason the Chairman wrote to the Secretary of the Interior for the in formation called for in the resolution The Secretary being absent the acting Secretary replied He furnished in detail all Information Sailed for noting riot only the Insti tutions that have been takenofflrl iL1J1that18SB He gives titer authority by which this has been done adrtethat In some of these schools the religious habit isnrorn and rellgtouj symbols l1s dHe states n why this coursed action hda been ihoukjji I wise one for the era j we of the churchs Indian service have to contend with and because they are facts you should know WANT MORE Mackin Council Striving For Eligible Young Men Maokln Council had an interesting meeting Monday night when plans suggested by President Robertson to bring the membership up to 1000 wore unanimously approved and action taken to begin the work at once Several speakers pointed out the advantages afforded Catholic young men by this splendid society and when the vote was taken there was not a dissenting voice Sug gestions were made by James Shelly Joseph Hancock Charles Raldy George Lautz Sherley Cunnlff and others which aroused much enthusiasm and a determination to have another big Initiation during the month of January President Robertson will announce the leaders In this movement at the next meet ingThe Visiting Committees reported the condition of Joseph Gathof un changed but stated that PTWelsh John E Kelly and Frank Smith were Improved The other business was routine Attention was called to the law which provides for the nomination of officers Monday night to be fol lowed by election at the succeeding meeting and Installation the first of the new year Thus far there have been no announced candidates and so successful and satisfactory have been the services of the present of ficers that they will be again elected If they consent to serve another year Invitations were issued by the Social Club for the Thanksgiving dance for which special preparation I14 being made COMPLIMENTS Paid by Monsignor Pal conlo to American Women rust before his departure for Rome Monsignor Falconlo gave out the following as reported by the International News Service- I have nothing but sentiments of highest esteem for American women American women are ex tremely well educated They are full of energy and it is impossible to overestimate the great results to be obtained when they exert their Influence for the real welfare of society I earnestly hope they will continue to exercise their power for good as they have inthe past butto Here the Monsignor paused for several moments- I do not think it proper for any spherewhichgood woman should have in mind above all the proper care of her familyshe is first of all a citizen of tho home and if she fulfills ade quately the duties of that citizen ship she will havo no leisure for outside affairs In the homo should be her heart and soul There is no higher or holler mission than hers the care and education of children Men revere love and honor the home woman I earnestly hope that American women while they Inherit the stateliness of the Roman matrons and the courage of Spartan mothers will cherish at the same time the noble mission assigned to them that of wifehood and mother hood It should be the duty of women to exert their powerful in fluence to combat the divorce evil the greatest evil of our day which is undermining the life of families and of society CATHERINE MATTINGLY Mrs Catherine Mattingly aged seventythree years wife ofB F Mattingly a retired distiller died of pneumonia at her home at St Marys Sunday morning News of her death was received in this city by a daughter Mrs Louis G Russell 1122 South iBrook street Mrs Mattingly was a native ot this city and lived In Louisville for many years Her husband formerly owned a distillery In the West End Prior to her manage she was Miss Cath drine Willett of this city She had lived at St Marys for several years Besides her husband she is survived by four daughters Mrs John Cooney of South Bend Ind Mrs T E OSullivan of Lebanon Mrs Joseph Worth of fit Marys and Mrs Russell of this city a son Paul P Mattingly ot St Louis a sister Mrs Sallie Vlgllini of Hous ton Texas and a brother John D Willett of Bardstown NARROW ESCAPE Daniel Murphy of 1201 West Oak street had a narrow escape from death last Saturday While working on a scaffold at the Old Times Distillery Company Eighth and Main streets foe fell twentyfive feet to the ground and it was thought he bad sustained serious in ternal Injuries jMurpby was paint Ing the building on the outside when he made a misstep and was plunged to the ground below He was car Tied into the distillery office ami given attention and then removed to his home where lhe is resting eay and hopes to soon fully recover HONO OARDINALStl The Osser atore Romano official announces flat Cardinals Farley At L OConnell ave re the red b- It can wt THRIFTY r Ireland Leads the Throe King dooms in Its Money Savings Sent Across Channel and Used to Finance British Industry Plans Under Consideration to Have Surplus Invested at Home WOULD PROVIDE FOR THOUSANDS I Throughout the world the Irishman for generations has been re garded as the most thriftless person imaginable and Ireland and poverty have become most synonymous terms Why this Is It Is difficult too ry understand for any one more thrifty and hard working than the average Irish peasant It would be hard to find It Is true however that Ire land is a poor country and paradoxically enough her thrift Is one herImpoverishment asJustPostmasterGeneralthe popular idea for It shows that while at the end of 1908 there wore number 1909 to 408538 But an analysis of the report shows that this reduction In the number of depositors Is not due to any falling off In thrift but to the action of the Postofflce authorities in clearing out all In active accounts In which the balance amounted to less than 5 ftioamountIrish depositors at the beginning t this year which Is the latest date covered by the report amounted to the huge total of 57070000 The report further shows that the Irish are the thriftiest of the Inhabitants of the three kingdoms One Irish man In every ten Is a depositor In the Postofflce Savings Bank and 140Onlythirteentoerage Is only 95 while the English average is 100 But this does not exhaust the tale of Irish thrift The Irish Joint stock banks at the be ginning of this year held deposits to theTrustee12500000 and over 193500000 sBqurItlesacountry able to hand over this vast sum to the keeping of the banks prosverlyInthe money would be doing Its share andhelpingInIreland a thatIspovertyEvery tothegoestoInEnglishthat Ireland gets out of It Is 2 per cent interest The same Is true inthewhich Is sent across the channel and Industrythebanksuncommonly hard time In getting it Savingsbank onIrishcanhardlymoney in Governmental funds of course brings no return to Ireland estimatedthat manIshould keep 22000 Irishmen at averageIrish homofar Intheraw material would Increase the general prosperity of Irish mer chants while at the same timettwould bring 4 or B per cent to its owners Instead of the 2 per Cent now earned The same calculation applied to the deposits In the Joint InGovernment actively would be work for 120000 mare Irishmen and a living for more than a million extra people In Ireland If keepIngwould be an end of emigration at 0 onceAnother capItallsthelandbuytheoutV by Intanment1 pityatI Iabroad Coloniallllanri fore re meats are poflu r Irish lam T r u f KENTUOKY IRISH AlMERICAN KENTUGKY1 1L IRISH flMERIGflU the Social ash liens Advanceraement ol Irish American and Catholics Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens ifRNTUto Institute and Catholic Knights of Amerlcf1II IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COIacorvorated Published tl I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5 = tinUred the LooUvlIU Portotflc M aeooadCluu fUtUr rAMreu allComaiukatlaasl to lie KENTUCKY NIOR IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreea St TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25 1911 THANKSGIVING During this month ho President of these United States and the Governors of our various States Issued proclamations asking our people to render thanks to Almighty God lor all the favors vouchsafed to our country during the past year These Thanksgiving proclamations are splendid evidences of the under lying faith that has always Inspired Q this republic However wanting in religion some of our lellowoltlzeni may have been this country has al ways reverenced Christian ideals J and been Inspire by them Of all berI thankful there Is nothing In the history of our country for which we should be more thankful than for the spirit that has expressed Itself on Thanksgiving day We are conscious of the fact that one of the reasons for the existence of Thanksgiving day was an un worthy reason We do not doubt that those who were most anxious for Its establishment were driven to urge Its establishment in order that thjmlght by Its festivities sub stitute It for the celebrations ot Christmas time We believe how ever that whatever unworthy motives may have prompted the establishment of Thanksgiving day the better motives were never ab sent and kayo long since obliterated the baser purposes We want to think the best ot everybody and wo are especially anxious to think the best of those that have been born under the same Hag that wo love and are part of the same nation that we are proud to call our country With all Its faults we believe our nation has been dominated by lofty Ideals iny all the Important moments of Its life The religious olgotrtes of the past have wellnigh faded away In spite of Its faults our country has not forgotten Its God and has never ceased to thank Him for his bless IngsAbove all other citizens we who are blessed with the inheritance of Catholic faith should be glad to thank God for the blessings with which He has enriched us and our country As tathollcs we ought toe thankful for the growing strength of the church As Americans we should be proud of the abundant blessings of the past year and especially of the fact that our Thanks giving proclamations dnvlte us to remember the Great Giver ot all good things GREATEST MENACE Branding Socialism as the greatest menace of the ago Bird S Color Democratic candidate for Governor of New York In 1902 Tuesday at Bt Paul said If tho republic is to remain great and decent Socialism must be fought unceasingly Mr Color said ho was studying the best way to combat Socialism and the best way to prevent kits spreading among the people I for a long time have believed said Mr Color that nothing but positive religious IInstruction can protect the country The schools are bring conducted on a basis fundamentally wrong and they are responsible for the opread of Socialism Seven out of every ten teachers In the New York City schools are Socialists and they are teaching the children discontent I am devoting my time to an attempt to correct the system and I believe that the time must come when a parent can secure for his child supplementary religious Instruction in the scHools Our children are being brought up as atheists under the Socialistic tendencies inculcated In them by Socialist teachers Mr Coler said the school question in the United States had become troutleaonve The public schools tie declared a faslbecomlng temples of a new religion By some it ii known as agnosticism by some atheism by some Socialism and by other ethical culture It Is affirmative dogmatic Intolerant J This Is another evidence that geatlo without rucfoutn truc tlonI wflllprpve worthless and will worK the Irntry Rta greatest Injury The Catholic schools are the only one that combat the vrliI15 po of by Mr ot irfcditiWi subejct And dth violated the ruins of nature In an address In New York Dr Penney S Shears said tWit a man at forty should be In hllJ prime bothmentallyt and physic iiy Americans grow old too quickly The everlasting grind tItle search after pleasure the late hours the worry over business affairs and ambition to get rIch drive men to the grave long before their time We taKe life aitogethei too seriously We can not do tuhgs with moderation Six days are not enough and so In order to accom plish what we have laid put Sunday Is trespassed upon and we fall to secure the rest which the laws both of God and man demand Religion makes for a good old age As the Catholic Sun says we have a splendid exhibit of the truth of this in the lives of the venerable men who occupy high place In the church as well as those who fill- more humble positions The head of the church is an example Our own beloved Cardinal Gibbons Is another and We have many among the priesthood and sisterhood These men and women live lives of reg ularity They have their hours for work and their hours for recreation They rise at a regular hour and they have a regular time for retiring Their lives are Jived by rule Hence we find many religious Whose golden years are years of peace and con tcntment and happiness The simple life Is a guarantee of a ripe old age The opposite means premature i old ago and possibly the grave longI before the allotted time DESERVED REBUKE Dr Dudley S Reynolds and his committee of the South Jefferson County Commercial Club justly de served the rebuke administered by tho Fiscal Court when It voted unanimously to turn down their request to remove Commissioner Charles F Taylor who has charge of the erection of the Salt river bridge It seems poor policy that these gentlemen should side with ia disgruntled Indianapolis contractor lu an attempt to slander Mr Taylor a respected and lifelong citizen of this community The Democrats of the next Ken tucky House of Representatives will make no mistake in electing Harry Schoberth to the Speakershlp A sterling Democrat and a lawyer of recognized ability he would brIng to this important office an ex perlence most valuable acquired during the three terms too has served In that body Fair and impartial there is every reason to believe that with him In the chair there would be neither faction or delay in the legislation that will come before the lower house at Its next session The late Martin 1f J Griffin whose death thousands mourn was without doubt the greatest authority on American Catholic history in this country His life had been devoted tf journalism and literature and his writings have a value that will In crase with time Besides hIs writ Ings Mr Griffin was active In other spheres being the founder of the Diocesan Union of IPhlladelbpla a diligent worker for the Irish Catholic Benevolent Union and one of the founders of the American Catholic Historical Society Students of Yalo at New Haven Conn and the two colleges at Lexington this State Indulged In riotous proceedings in both cities last Saturday that were most dis graceful Such conduct reflects discredit upon the American college system It Is pleasing to note that such charges cannot be brought against any of our Catholic colleges or universities There the youth is taught to obey the Jaw and respect the rights of others Tie Evening Post takes up thg predIction made in these columns two weeks ago that the Haldeman t irappers which save mediocre support to the State and local tickets In the recent campaign would be found trying to dictate the nominations for Mayor and ottter offices la the next election1 Their domdnatJon ot party afwira mi In ariouc end should vat to again alerated y T Pi OConnor laty Saturday erted that every hornet rule meet England i lag etlendidly- of urn the isJ much e of tho English Liberals Is concerned Irelands fight already s won Some of the local labor leaders have seen fit to resent the criticism cf th Kentucky Irish American In regard to their attempts to sway labor In politics They tall to remember what little Influence they caused In favor of Owen Tyler Herman Nowcomb Judge ORear and Chesley Searcy in tbelrre spective races- Manager John J Garrltty of the Shubert Masonic Theater deserves the thanks of the amusement going public of Louisville for the line of first class attractions he has booked I this season and especially deserves cleanInessThe latest dispatches say that Archbishop Farley Archbishop I OConnell and Monsignor Falconlo who will be created Cardinals next Monday have arrived at Rome In perfect health I There should be no Increase In the tax rate for next year I HAPPY UNJONII Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock a happy marriage was solemnized at St Johns church Clay and Walnut streets The contracting parties were Miss Agnes Flynn daughter of Michael Flynn 932 Fehr avenue and Frank G Hamilton a well known and highly respected resident of the East End who holds a re sponsible position with the bridge building department of the Louis ville Nashville railroad The ceremony which was witnessed by a number of friends and relatives was performed by the Very Rev Father Schuhmann Mr and Mrs Hamilton have gone to housekeeping and aro at home to their friends at 734 East Jefferson street MUSICAL SOCIETY The weekly meetings of the musi cal society of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy have been marked by well rendered programmes that are not only very enjoyable but most In structive Under Its motto Excelsior the members are trying to attain the highest In music Those prominent on the programme at last weeks meeting were Misses Lllllai Ross Evelyn Secor Agnes McGill Julia Drlscall Loretta Desse and Louise Fowler Musical questions asked the week before were an swered with great cleverness by Misses Agnes McGill Evelyn Secor chargeII of the question box- WASIMINGTON BRIDESMAID Miss Bettlo Allmond of this city was bridesmaid last week at the wedding In Washington D C of her cousin Miss Mary Talburt and Joseph M FitzpatrIck Tho cere mony was solemnized In St Pat ricks church and was one of the society events of the season Miss Allmond was handsome in a gown of silvery blue charmeuse trimmed with duchesso lace Her large black velvet hat was wreathed with pink roses She carried mink chrysanthemums Among the guests was Mrs O O West of Louisville grandmother of the bride Mrs A T Allmond of Louisville aunt of the bride and Mrs Harold Larrabee of New Albany EXPECT LARGE CROWD The young ladles of the Blessed Virgin Sodality of St LouIs Ber trands church are expecting a largeI crowd at their euchre which takes place next Tuesday afternoon and I evening at Bertrand Hall and have secured an array of handsome prizes which are worth striving for The afternoon euchre will begin at 230 oclock and the evening euchre at 815 COVINGTON When the Duckworth Club of Cincinnati gave Mayorelect George B Phillips a serenade Tuesday night it reminded the Democrats and people of CovIngton of many for mer jubilees and the paraders were given a grand reception along the line of march with all sorts of Illumlnants They wore headed byI the First Regiment Band and pro ceeded to the new home of Mayor Phillips 1715 Greenup street where a warm greeting awaited them From there the Ducks went to the club rooms of the Liberal Demo cratic Club where they were royally treated I MISSION FOR NEGROES I The mission for colored people at St Peter Clever church on Lampton street conducted by Rev Father John H Dorsey in progress since last Sunday has been well attended at both morning and evening serv I ices The results have been most gratifying to the pastor and the mission will doubtless bring num bers into the true fold Father Dor sey who Is one of the few colored priests in this country is a professor atBt Josephs College near Montgomery Ala and is an eloquent I and forceful speaker The mission closes tomorrowl Rev John T OConnor pastor of- Holr Name church South loulivlle has arranged for a retreat for the young women of his parish In honor onJcepUonJ have charge of the zerelaeg which will begin T ecdey December bi ending on theffeMt day December 8 TOWTY HOUB8 0 1jj- rlyjrty Hours prayer will be- Ifri with due solemnity tomorrow ornlnr at the high mass at A- tMart Magdfilens s church r closing n 4 Tuesday 1 father William o I wit Ye the Blot Ice of I I l SOG1ETY 1 I Miss Nellie Fowler has been vls sting In Maryland and Washington Miss Annie Coleman has returned FrankIfortMr and Jo Lally last week- moved Into their hew home on Pope street I Miss Kate Glenn left last week to visit Miss Blanche Hockersmlth at Bowling Green I Mrs Patrick McGuIre spout last week at Salem Ind the guest of Miss Belle Davis I Mrs J P Connor of Oakdale had JjLutesMrs Mollle Russell has been spending a week as the guest of friends at Bardstown I Mrs Kate Kearns has returned from New Hope where she spent a week visiting relatives Miss Lizzio OSulllvan was a re cent guest of Miss Annie Wagner at her home at Parkview Miss Mary Gleason who has been visiting friends In this city left this week for her home in Springfield Miss Katherine Glenn of Oakdale has been spending the past week In Bowling Green visiting John Glenn and wife Daniel Russell of Chicago is vis iting his parents Air and Mrs James Russell at his old home iIn New Albany Mr and Mrs Aaron Kohn have closed their summer homo at Lyn don and have moved Into the city for the winter I IMrs Cole Morgan of Atlanta ar rived Wednesday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs B S Mattingly In the Highlands Martin Whelan and wife who ar 1 lived last week to visit relatives In tjiis city have returned to their home at Bardstown Jonathan ONeil and wife and son Will ONell of oreffersonvllle re turned Saturday from a trip through the South and West Miss Maria Merrlmee of Clifton had as guests this week Mrs R F Hayden of Bardstown and Miss Elizabeth Carlisle of Ellzabethtown Mrs Anna Farrell who spent the past three months In New York as the guest of her sister Mrs Mullen has returned to her home In Clifton Miss Katherine Mattingly of the Highlands Is in Lebanon the guest of Miss Althalro Mattingly Before returning she will visit In Georgetown ai V Assistant Fire Chief Gregory Sheehan has returned from Breckln ridge county where too went with a dayshunting Miss Marie Glover who has been upending the summer at her home here will sail from New York for Paris next Thursday to resume her musical studies I IMIss Ermlnle Jasques of Chicago and Hiss Marie ZInk of New Albany spent the week end as guests of Dr and Mrs Charles Molr at their home on Shlpp street A M Warren claim agent of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company located at Standford Ky was a visitor here this past week as the guest of Al F Martin I IPallce Lieut Edward Callahan of recoveredfrom hishomestreet Miss Anna C Maroney and Calvin Montgomery well known resIdents- of New Albany were united In mar HolyTrinityperforming the ceremony 1Miss Rose Muth has been enter- taIning as her guest Miss Hazel Russell a popular figure In the younger set of Ocean Springs Miss Last Saturday QIlss Muth gave a theater party In honor of the fair vIsItor willentertainhouse on Thursday January 11 1912 The Commltea of Arrangements Is composed of Coleman A WattleErnestWHagerHomer iFreree and bride who was Miss Ruse Ynri have returned from receIvingtheIr 731SouthQuIetly married by the Rev Father Jerome at St Peters on Wednesday mornIng of last week McKennahave daughterandNelsonj their marriage has not yet been set llya1idthenotable of the winter In Kentucky Next Wednesday John C Wehriey willi lead to the iaUtIratBt Cecilias WhentheyWUlbeunIUjd of weflloekf by fte Rev Father tnlrMJIluohknown tid h Mdififriends and sel1 del Is thjs dough and Mrn Wii at St Augustines church by the Roy Father OConnell The bride elect Is the daughter of Mrs Mary Ryan and a young woman of most attractive and pleasing manner The ceremony will attract a largo gath ering of friends and admirers of the worthy couple Mrs William Tafel assisted by her charming daughter Miss Louise Tafel was hostess at a delightful five hundred party to members of Louisville Chapter No 11 N A R D at her home on Thursday of last week Those present were Mesdames P S Schlosser William Tafel C W Nold J C WeIndel William Fischer E H Day Henry Baass John G Krull and Misses Emma Frick Eleanor DIehl Clara kamp HUlsI IThe wedding of Miss Mary Cath RosIlellemnized Tuesday morning at 630 oclock at St Louis Bertrands church theRQv Father Thomas McGrlffln officiating A wedding breakfast at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Francis Madison Lancaster followed the ceremony Mr and Mrs Rossell will locate In Georgetown Del after a wedding trip to Canad- aENJOYED St Boniface Jubilee Bazar Proves a Grand Success The diamond jubilee bazar for the benefit of St Boniface church has met with great favor on all sides as attested by the large attendance every afternoon and night at the new St Boniface Hall on Fehr aye nue near Jackson street Many former members of the parish have been attending and on Thursday night there was a record breaking crowd to welcome the old home com ers The bazar thus far has been most enjoyable and was given a splendid start Monday night when Bishop ODonaghue was the guest of honor Every night there has been a change of programme when Interesting features were presented Only two more nights remain as the bazar will close Monday night when Hon Edward J McDermott Lieutenant Governorelect will be the honor guest Many of the prizes will also be awarded that evening A visit to this bazar will repay any one WALNUT THEATER The Isle of Smiles a musical comedy comes io the Walnut next week well recommended The com u THELMA BELMONT pany consists of forty persons I mostly girls and many changes of costume enliven the stage pictures I The story is of the voyage of a millionaire yachtsman in search of a mythical island This should prove I a big Thanksgiving week attraction ao it Is one of the seasons best offerings JOLLY HOUSE PARTY John Hutton entertained a jolly house party Wednesday night at his home on North Seventeenth street Vocal and instrumental music dancing and dainty refreshments contributed to a most enjoyable evening The guests present were Misses Ella OBryan Josie McCormick Mayme MoHugh Maymo Jlc1 Cormick Veronica Nolan Anna Delahanty Mary Russell Cecilia Nolan Margaret McCormick and Messrs Thomas Mulloy Eugene ThompIsonOConnor Walter Adams Bernard OConnor Jr and John HuttonI HANDSOME HOLIDAY LINE Attention is called to the advertisement of SE Ledman Son the old reliable jewelry firm who are now exhibiting a splendid line of holiday presents many handsome articles in stock suitable for Christ mas gifts Charles Brunn formerly of the firm of J Brunn Son la now connected with this popular establishment whore he will bo glad to see his friends Ed Ledman Well known among the bowling and athletic fraternity is President ot the firm MACKIN SOCIAL CLUB MackIn Social Club will close Its Fall series of dances next Wednes day Thanksgiving eve with a souvenir dance This has been the banner dance of the past and owing tot the fact that the club has been very progressive this year a hand some souvenir has been selected and will be given each lady present Wednesday night The committee In charge of this function promise a round of pleasure NICE GIFT From Baltimore OHM the pleasing intelligence that last Saturday 1Oardfal1 enOw3bbons Memorial H ral theatholic University st Washington The girt was a surprise to the Car ni and he 1ellned to give IHA the donor but th Il9ABNANNN + eANA 1NHlANt1NNNN WARM UNDERWEARF- OR WOMEN AND CHILDREN MISSES VESTS AND PANTS 25cMedium values25cspecialMISSES SOc UNION SUITS 39cSwiss ribbed medium weight pure white sizes from 12 to 16 years limited 39threeC CHILDRENS VELASTIC VESTS AND PANTS 25cmiJ1ln1perfcctionsWOMENS 39c VESTS AND PANTS 2ScSwiss 25cIWOMENS 35c CORSET COVERS 2Sc Pure 25candWOMENS SOc UNION SUISTS 38cSwiss rib 38cuesCHILDRENS yALASTIC UNION SUITS SOc i 50cdrop50cSwiss10 nfiCyears 7Sc values special this week for UU i gFOURTH iiOURT MARKET STREET NNNNAlAAA AiiNANiONANA + ANlNANai1iANNNl1 I I Gold and Silver Gifts wonderfulprouslontrays plates candlenbra and siher tea services can be had in a number of beautiful designs Gold brooches pendants bracelets rings charms and a great assortment of gold and silver novelties I K of C Emblems ofdiamondsSelect Now For Christmas S E Ledman Son 410 W Market StI U You can rely on Ledman j NAAAAOAA NANNO WEWANT YOUR WORK1 Prepared to Do It II BIIWere promptlyjand in FirstClass PRINTINGCards Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 940 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 019 2sTIlMT QRE5J32V SrRBBT r Holiday SuggestionTO Mothers Wives Sisters and Sweethearts BUY HIM A BOX OF Capt Mike Cigars Zsx 200 25 ROXY CIGARS 100 1 Home Phone 5337 S J SPEIEtt Dlitrlbvtor 722 V JElFJBaSOf For saleat all leading Cafes Drug Stores Etc MATT ODOHEHTY President MA MoKE SjoyTrMi CHAS A ROGERS BOOK GO INCORPORATED 418 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Religious Articles Vestments Candles Oils E Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Pictures and Picture Frames Catholic Schoo and Miscellaneous Books Both PhonesHome 1434 Cumb M t3O3 zi FALLS CITY MEAT MARKED New Louisville Packing Company Owners INCORPORATED Dressed Poultry flJesq and Smoked Meats PURE LEAF LARD FRUITS AND VEGETABLES J F Sullivan Manager 226 South Second StTest- PhonesHome j 251 Curab M231 J 7 MSRLIN HOGAN NAMHD Merlin Hogan batben appointed tottieofnce ot DfliiUtrln theoffice of Tai Receiver Ml liken succeeding MB uncle James fef d Hogano who y Hogan Isr a pllonnU for bhe pl oeall r forththisy i i ri Ti1 NTUOKY IRISH AJMERIO NaI i BE SURE TO CALL FOR M McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kx 11 D J DOUGHERTY S J McBLLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MART STREET Hit It HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 ae J4 BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS s 3c8 3 atmt JMain Street mam4 + 411 + f4 tI + + ttsef4s + oi + ss ssIfssf4tt + + tIt Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET I TELEPHONE 810 FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertaken J KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMBR Washing slid Dreeelng Ladles and t Children aSpedalty- OUMDPHONE SOUTH ODD All the late and new Styles and Shape priceCall ROBERT C6 MBRIDE I Wilk J W BeMstiln I C- eFIRiNSURANCE Cumberland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 CilyAiia Building Fourth and Main BEDDING PLANTS niums ROes- tleleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE fPRICES 3AC SCHULZ THE FLORIST 650 s FOURTH AVE Both PkJHew 223 HERRMANN BROS UIIOaTJtIll WiNBS AND LIQUORS ilstilUrs and WfaoltIMI41It- InFinMtltraDda of JUe jky Whiskies iHoJaJly rl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND 1148 M4 SIXTH tTMiET I THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nllbicarrl1225 W MARKET ST CUSCADEN GIVES Green Trade Stamps With Family Orders For ICE CREAMS Factory 309311 S Second Street liffitillc Order of Foresters Greatest Catholic Fraternal Insurance Order ia the World Members In Bid Standing 150000 Death beiietits paid itew organized 13852MO JOIN NOW WM CAlUlHAN State Organizer 2710 W left HENRY HUNOLD BBAXSR IN Staple and Fancy Grscirtis FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Ilwie fPreoe 43H 524 W WALNUT I JLBrowni1eIlGo 553 THIRD ST ERiniir and Gontractor r STEAM and HOT WATER HEATJtf DontSulld Without Seeing Mc Horns Phone 786 i iIa i HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notch There are 13800 members in PhiladelphiaTime approaching for the beginning of work for the St Pat ricks day parade Since the visit of President Regan there has been a steady increase of membership at Sioux City Iowa Division 2 has inaugurated a winter campaign to increase Its membership 50 per cent before St Patricks day- Members of Division 1 will re Jolco to know that there was no truth In the rumored Illness of Martin J Ctislck At St Paul the Ladles Auxiliary County Board has decided to organ ize a juvenile division of girls be tween the ages of ten and sixteen yearsIt is estimated that over 10000 people attended the Hibernian fes tival at St Paul the profits of which are expected to be more than 4000Elections will take place In all the divisions in Kentucky next month The officers elected will constitute the State convention that meets next summerThe Knights of Pueblo Col entertained tho Daughters of Erin at an open meeting Friday night Rev Father Wolahan ar ranged the excellent programme The affairs of the Louisville divis- Ions have been well administered during the past year and tljeroforo but few changes will take place when the officers are elected next monthDivision 4 meets Monday night the only one next week President Hennessy desires the presence of all members as several matters of Im portance will be presented for im mediate action The Ancient Order and Ladles Auxiliary of Indianapolis are ar ranging to offer appropriate prizes to children of the parochial schools of that city who have taken up the study of Irish history But one month of th Jubilee year remains Every member should bend himself to the task of bringing In at least one candidate By so doing they would make the I Ancient Order tho most influential body of Catholic manhood In this great republic Celebrating our diamond Jubilee Division 1 of Batavia N Y In itiated fifteen candidates last week followed by a supper musical pro gramme and speaking State Presi dent Brown and Father Wilbur State Chaplain were present and de livered addresses One of the biggest mass meetings In the history of BInghamton will be held at the Stone Opera House late In December when Broome celebrated In Its largest and broadest sense since It will be the celebration of every person In the county of Hibernian blood and descent ODonnell Hall at Nashua N H was recently the scene of a dis tinguished gathering when the Ladles Auxiliary conferred the de grees on twenty candidates Mrs I Mary McCarthy National Vice Presi dent was present and delivered a stirring address as did also the County Chaplain Rev Matthew Creamer and Rev Father Michael Moher Every member of the order should make it his duty to be present at the coming quarterly meeting at Bertrand Hall on Sunday December 17 The bringing together of the different divisions on occasions of this kind tends to a more enthuslas tic fooling among the members II andshowsOrder Friendship Unity and Christian Charity is batter understood and lived up to by the members WELLMAN BROOKS William R Wellman of this city a dealer in typewriter supplies at 114 South Fourth street and Miss Clementine Brooks of Jeffersonvllle were married in the rectory of St Augustines church in Joffersonville Tuesday night by the Rev John OConnell A number of relatives and friends were present and the attendants were Maurice Leet of Louisville and Miss Nora Kenney of JeffersonvlHe Following the marriage t ecouplelloft for New York Washington Philadelphia and other Eastern cities On their re turn they will be at home at 1839 Sherwood avenue Louisville The bride is a daughter of Mrs Ellen Brooks of Jeffersonvllle I GLEASON FOR SHERIFF Robert E Gleason a well known resident of Jeffersonyllle and for theoUcepositively that he will be in the race next spring for tho Democratic nomination for Sheriff ot Clark county lad This makes four can didates for the place Gleason has bad experience and would make a good Sheriff BURIED AT JASPER I The body of Theresa Jutt young est daughter of Mrs Emily Jutt who died Monday at hdr home 839 Tuesday tho funeral was held Thursday morning The deceased was a favorite among her wide circle of friends who deeply mourn her untimely death ANOTHER NEW ommonI The new fit Pauls church at Florence Boone county will be solemnly dedicated on Sunday room l1evBlehopservlwe CATHOLIC OHIKP romOh The H L Miokail Coil kM beeme Ohlef JTufHca of JwnaJck Ke aaCatholic and to described M a Man of great attainment a profound lawyer a splendid IIOholtl and 0 iSi6k N r rjor sly vmsd S Ir t 1 tf Special Sale of BOYSRussian SailorSample SUITS 5 and 6 Suits 398750 and 8 Suits 498All kinds of material and patterns sizes 2 12 to 8 LEVYSTHIRD The Bright Spot in Louisville MONUMENTS We are now receiving from Barre Vermont three car loads of Monuments for our Fall trade the largest and best assortment we have ever carried which we can offer at a bargain Please give us a c- allMULDOON Monument Company 318 W Green St Louisville Ky PETER M ANDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET man of unfaltering courage and a strict disciplinarian in court Chief Justice White of the United States Ohio Justice Fitzpatrick of Canada and now Chief Justice Coll of Jamaica are throe men of whom Catholics may feel proud KMt ITS OP UOLU IOOS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The total funds of the order are now nearing the 4000000 mark The latest statistics show 1533 I councils and a total membership 263788 ofII Price Hill Council at Cincinnati I conferred the second and third on a class of fifty last Sunday I The Knights of Cuba City Wis bad their initiation last Sunday week and received a class of fifty six I The council at Manawa Wis will finance the Interior decorations of the Sacred Heart church In that villageState Deputy Barry has redistricted the territory Under his jurIs- diction thus giving Minnesota eight districts So satisfactory Is the financial condition that the National Board DeIcemberI I Jrawtordsvllie rridhailnow a promising council Instituted last Sunday by teams from Logansport and IndlaaaiibllB and State Deputy Fox The order is enjoying a steady and healthy growth in the Hoosier StateState Secretary Bruner last Satur day Issued articles of Incorporation to the Knights of Columbus Home Association of Covington The In corporators are Joseph Hermes Jr Thomas M Gleason Charles H Brannon Walter J Molonoy and Judge M T Shine I I GUEST OF GOVERNOR Louisville friends of Dan H Russell have received many cards from him at llumblaS C where toe i has been spending the week as guest of the Governor of the State HELPS TUB BLIND An order recently issued provides that every blind person Jn Flttsburg shall receive a police whittle with which to summon aid at dangerous I street wowing Vy using the whis I tic a JbadpentOnwUlbeab1eto- OlIn a policeman who will aid MmII or her over eetrML- II WJmKiIIGROW i itogetherpastureI sheep 11 j a I IRELAND Record ot the Most Important the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges James Thornton was sent to jail DroghedaPettyassaultingConstable Dr Heffernan of Ballinaj has been apoplnted Medical Officer to Knocknalower Dispensary district In Belmullet Union The CarrlckonShannon Guar diana accepted with regret the resignation of Mrs M McGreevey schoolmistress for forty years 9fthenooth He was seventyfive years o1 age and was ordained in 1862 William Haughton of Ferns County Wexford has begun the alreadyhhascessThe Urllngford Education Committee has elected Father Healy of JohnstoVn as its Chairman and Thomas Harrington as Vice Chair manTherlax and corn mills with their valuable machinery of George Kane situated at Artlclave near Castle destroyedbySecretary T Stallard announced at a meeting In Kilkenny that 1150 had been collected for a memorial In that city to James StephensAn of typhoid fever has broken out in Newry The cause of longdrouthstate of tho sewers TecentlyPatrick enteringthewith a gun and dogs The Von Archdeacon Hutch reelectedChairmannewlyappointedOld torMiddleton Colleotor inhercollectorforthe Galway County Council The Identify of the young woman atNewcastloname is Mary Cunningham and she was a spinner In Banbrldge Between sixty and seventy at belongIng FermanaghAsylum sufterlngframtyphoid The Very Rev Father Cassidy V G presiding at an Irish language revival In Ennlstymon said It would bo almost criminal of tho nativelanguageFour candidates presented them selves for election as Secretary to the County Meath Agricultural So ciety in room of James Davis Pat rick Duffy Clerk of Petty Sessions was elected Much regret is felt In West Lim erick at the death of John ORegan national teacher aged fiftyone He principaltlacheschool In 1895 CarlowCounty OountySurveyor DoyleJames MissKittyside at her brothers residence at mournedbyrelativesofTlpperarcumstances at the Workhouse Hos horsotheach causing Internal Injuries which ultimately proved fatal QUIETLY WEDDED FlorenceGlentworth EvarestNOfslWednesday evening the Rev Pat CatheIThere were Immediate thejby a large reception at tho home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs C LaterIngroomloftAMERICAN COLLEGE LEADS The twentyseventh annual report InRomeprogressIncolllegePlus IX It haa Increased gradually until today It stands at the head of all the colleges In Rome in the mat anyinI CarItwentytwOamong them 126 doctors of divinity and canon law i I ICONSECRATIONI I I RIghtRevAuxilinrbishopplace next Wednesday the feast or St Gelasius in St Louts Cathedral Archbishop Blenk will be the conI socreatlng prelate assisted by Bishop i Van de Venof Alexandria and Bishop Shaw of San Antonio The DlshopLynchof COMMENDABLE i I I There ja an incident that call for commeadalfon from both 1b1c land nonCmtholIc and It li tW char table manner sn which th Catholic f refrainedfrominnssensetlDmInttewtD4totidrorcha1ft1jCatboUctlCn FRANK FEUR INCORPORAUD BREWING GO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OURV SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent andPure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY r JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY 1 FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN FOERTEL CoINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUlSVlLtB W Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TUE WIEDEMANNINCORPO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flavor v QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky WALNUTSTTHEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Nov 26 MUSICAL COMEDY The Isle of Smiles Presented by Star Company This popular production will be seen here with the same cast and scenery that won favor in the leading theaters throughout the country Matinees Tuesday Thursday Saturday Best seats 25c Night Prices 25c 35c SOc 75c AVENUE THEATER Week Beginning With Matinee Sunday Afternoon ALWAYS A FAVOR- ITEMcFaddens Flats AND THE YELLOW KIDS New and catchy musical numbers richly 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PO1144 I SBVBNTN SWif MISSION rather Pagan Comes Afijaln to St AuKustlnes Church Catholics of this city will bo interested to know that the Rev Thomas Fagan of the Redemptorist Fathers of St Louis has como to Louisville to conduct another mission at St AuguBtlnee church of which the Rev Francis Felten is pastor Beginning with tho high mass at 930 oclock tomorrow morning the mission will continuo all the week and come to a solemn close Sunday night December 3 The order of exercises during the week will be mass and and Instruc tion at5 and 8 oclock In the morn Ing and Rosary and sermon at 8 In the evening On Sunday December 3 there will be high mass and communion at 7 oclock high mass and sermon at 930 and the solemn close at8 In the evening Confessions will be heard every morning and evening until next Saturday night The object of the mission of the Redemptorist fathers is to lead the people such as live in the world to God to Instruct those who by their condition are obliged to lead as to the exterior a common life and who frequently under imaginary pretense of imposslbllty will not so much as think of undertaking a devout life believing that no man ought to aspire to the palm of Chris tian piety as long as he lives In the bustle of temporal affairs Now to such the mission will prove that Ia vigorous soul may live In the world without being Infected by Its humors This may be a difficult task but the mission and words of Father Fagan will help many to en deavor to accomplish It with more ardor than they have hitherto done MEMORIAL County Board to Remem ber Departed Hiber nian Brothers The County Board A O H met in regular session last Friday even ing at Bertrand Hall the meeting being presided over by Thomas Dolan formerly Vice President now President succeeding tho late County President D J Coleman John H Hennessy of Division 4 was elected Vice President by acclama tion and both new officers promised to continue the good work inaugurated by President Coleman It was decided to designate the next regular quarterly meeting which falls on Sunday December 17I as a memorial meeting In memory of President Coleman and all of the members who have died since the last State convention The following committee vcas appointed to arrange for that meeting and also draft reso lutions on the death of County President Coleman Thomas Walsh James Welsh Thomas Stevens T J Langan and Thomas Dolan Before adjourning It was arranged to have a regular mass said at St Patricks church for the late County Presi dent The next meeting will be on Friday December 1 at Bertrand Hall HAD SPLENDID TRIP Mr and Mrs J J Kavanagh have Just returned from a six weeks trip and vacation during which time they visited New Orleans New York Boston Washington and other points They were entertained ex tensively while away and Mr Kavanagh is being kept busy relat ing their experiences EUCHRE AND LOTTO The CllftoCrescent Club of St Frances of Rome parish will give a euchre and lotto party at Delmont Hall 1575 Story avenue on Friday evening December 1 that should at tract a large attendance This club composed of many of the best peo ple of Clifton and Crescent Hill en Joys a reputation lor high class and pleasing entertainments and hand some prizes which will be maintained if not surpassed In the com ing one The affair is being man aged by the following ladles and gentlemen Joseph L Russell Chair man T H Merlmee B W Ober meter Joseph Baldez Louis Stoke George F Martin Peter Helm Mrs Shrader Margaret Reiter Anna Flaherty and the Misses Flfgerald Mrs William Brady will direct the euchre while Miss Lillian Kelran will have charge of the lotto and Mrs Charles Selvert will preside over the box booth The games will begin promptly at 830 oclock the admission being only twentyfive cents PATRONAL FEAST OBSERVED The feast of St Elizabeth was observed last Sunday with splendor and solemnity at St Elizabeths and St Anthonys churches Members of the St Elizabeth Society honored their patroness by receiving holy communion At both churches the attendance was large tho services losing with solemn vespers and benediction and forceful sermons by the Rev Ignatius WilkIns 0 F M and Rev Seraphim Schlang O M C nOPIDNSTIlEATER Another big show Is promised the patrons of Hopkins Theater for next weekwhen will be seen a ium ber of vaudeville stars who come vlth highest commendations front ltls where they have appeared TbefS will be new turns novel and Iiftici i and singingl and dancing acts in t hick are Introduced sonfs and quips peculiar 1 ii their atyle and Idto be a continuous roar from start to flttlai The sill will be towed rHtiT Cjr Relakart sad aew motion plot n SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HI- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall a First and Third Tuesday I President William Murphy Vice Presldemt Anthony Tomp Was Recording Secretary Jow pk B Farrell I Financial Secretarymoe Dolaa Treasurerr Thorns P Lawle- rSergeantatArnieLouis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut street- sPremdentCJ Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording SecretaryWilliam T Meehan Financial Secretary John J KeanerTreasurerJDI1e Welsh SergeantatAnns W S Nally DIVISION 3 Meow First and Third Mondays Ilneteenlh and Portland President Hugh HourIgan Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFinancial Secretary J O Hes stonTreasurerD J Dougherty SorgeantatArms James Steven- sSentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Moots Second and Fourth Monday Bortraffd Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rellly SergeantatArms William Cal laghanSentinelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FbrdPresidentJohn Q Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc Qrodr Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerB A Coil SergeantatArms Michael Gar rltTSentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Mithael Noon Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link Financial SecretaryF O Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding Secretary E B DillonTreasurerW A Link MarshalS H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P AndrloJLt Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart t 1J1E JltIn Helped at Once 10 Ashley Ind R 2 Box 18 Oct 10 1910 I had very severe Nervousness could only sleep two nights in a week and scarcely walk Ufa was a burden to me as I had no appetite at all A friend recommended Pastor Kocnlga Nerve Tonic and the third dose ot itrelieved me Mr Charles Erwin took onehalf bottle for nervous headache ot about 14 years standing and it Nerve Tonlo I am tolling every one troubled with Nervousness of this had It not been for the great Nerve Tonic I will always praise ItMrs Minna Erwin FREE EltlqS 1oJfJ tamllydoctor todayIn A Valuable Book on Ner SampleboWtient alas nt the m41d lree Prepared lIT Ute Rev Flraut porno of For Wayne In tinea 1878 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III lOS Lake Street Sold by DranttU ct lllir BottU 6 for 96 Large 5U Set St SHUBEROB MASONIC Heralded as one ot the biggest hits ever seen in Chicago The Heart Breakers come to the Shu bert Masonic November 30 for a threedays stay Manager Mort H Singer the producer has outdone himself In providing handsome costumes set off by stunning show girls beautiful scenery and electrical effects The cast is headed by George Damerel of Merry Widow fame Among the song hits are Some where Shes Flirting With Some One If I Had a Hundred Hearts and many others x MOTION PIartmJIIINovelties In motion pictures are scheduled for next week at the Casino and Orpheum picture houses The comedy films are original unique and mirth provoking while the dramatic offerings will present plays not without both remote and recent forbears Features of both bllte will be melodramas buedon I prntIIngI Instruct and please A both will be heard the latest and boat illustrated DImweek sad should fill these houeea continuously Q 1 SPIIUTEDII O H Arouses Much Interest President William Murphy Presided over a well attended and spir ited meeting of Division 1 Tuesday night when the business was of unusual Interest and showed the members Imbued with tho true Hibernian spirit Dan Lyons who was ill was present and the Visiting Committee reported Officer Patrick Connors injured in a street car col lision as Improving slowly Two applications were received and at the next session Rodger Meehan and Patrick Meehan will be received into membershipCommunications were read an nouncing a called meeting for the County Board on tho first Friday in December and also notifying the members that the memorial day ex ercises will be held at the next quarterly meeting which takes place at Bertrand Hall on Sunday Decem ber 17 The county officers are arranging a iprogrammo appropriate to the occasion and creditable to this great Catholic order Matters pertaining to the future of Division 1 were earnestly discussed by James Barry Daniel Mc Carthy Thomas Keenan Thomas Tarpey Thomas Lawler Thomas Walsh and others with the result that there will soon be a strengthen ing of the society President Mur phy called attention to the coming 1 election of officers for which special notices were ordered sent out Before adjourning words of eulogy were spoken for the late County President Dennis J Coleman and prayers recited for the repose of his soul FIRST BAZAR For St Brlslds Church Will Open Next Monday People of the Highlands and throughout the city are looking with Interest to the first bazar sfor St Brlglda church which will be held at Trinity Council Hall Baxter and Morton avenues next Monday and Tuesday both afternoon and night Several new and novel features will bo Introduced that Wl1iadd much enjoyment and will be quite entertaining to those who visit the bazar This will be an excellent occasion for families and others to do their Christmas shopping as there will be many useful and handsome articles to be disposed of There will be a number of booths each presided over by a bevy of pretty girls who will be dressed in Oriental and fancy costumes Lotto games will be played both afternoons when a number of valuable prizes will be awarded The 40x160 foot lot in the Goddard subdivision valued at awarded Tuesdaynightinwhich there Is Intense In terest among the many ticket holders JEFFERSONVILLE Following a prolonged Illness Mrs Mary Moran the wife of Thomas Moran died at her home 515 Ohio avenue Jeffersonville Friday morning Her death is the third in her family within the last few months the other victims being a son Harry Moran and a daugh ter Miss Mary Moran Mrs Moran was a native of Jeffersonville and before her marriage was Miss Mary Donovan She was iflftyone years I of age Besides her husband Mrs Moran Is survived by one son I Thomas Moran of Jeffersonville and a daughter Mrs Maggie Culp of New Albany She also leaves a brother Patrick Donovan and two sisters Mrs Anthony Devitt and j Mrs John Dolan all of Jefferson vllle Mrs Moran was a member i of St Augustines Catholic church and the funeral was held there Mon I day morning the Rev John OCon nelll officiating STATUE AND GROTTO The Sacred Heart Sodality has made final arrangements for the blessing of the statue and grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes at the Sacred Heart Retreat on Sunday December 10 Rev Cletus Brady C P will officiate and preach the sermon at 330 In the afternoon when the formal oepning will take place The statue and railing are now here and only remain to be placed in position to have everything ready for the Impressive exercises Father Cletus the new rector Is known for his ability and eloquence and thereforeI many will take advantage of this occasion to hear him AVENUE THEATER Next week the Avenue offers tho old time favorite McFaddens Flats the comedy that has made millions laugh and is now in Its fourteenth season of unrivaled success All are familiar with the two Yellow Kids and their frolics through the action of the play Mu teal numbers new and catchy have been sprinkled through the fun which runs hilarious A chorus costumed in some novel dresses and doing a lot of effective drills adds much to the performance ENJOYED BANQUET Tho annual banquet of Presenta tion Academy Alumnae was held Thursday In the art room of the academy Fourth and Brecklnrldge 1 sq tNever before was there a J more animated or brilliant scene and the banquet was the largest and rnoit enjoyable In the ihlstory of the alumnae KIM Adele Gut was the kteeiatiatieM and presided With a ehenn and dignity that kept all at taaJul In tllJrburner lI Save WearingApparel Both Phones 2207 617 S Fourth Ave Diamond Jubilee Bazar FOR THE BENEFIT OF ST BONIFACE CHURCH In the New Hall Jackson and Fehr Ave NOVEMBER 20 TO 27 INCLUSIVE The ladies will serve a bounteous 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