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PATRjNIZECREAGERS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second and Breckhrldgei XXIX NO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS I CHILDREN Why Parents Should See they reSent to Sunday School Must Insist That the Lesson Is Studied During the Week Priests and Teachers Entitled tu I Practical Aid in This Matter HELP THE CAUSE OF RELIGION During the past few weeks the Rev Patrick Walsh of the Sacred Heart church has called attention to tho resumption of tho classes In Christian doctrine and appealed to the people of his congregation to at least send their children to Sunday school It ought not to be necessary to Insist on tho Importance of this matter in the life of the Catholic child But experience shows that 1It is almost impossible to make some Catholic parents realize that they have a serious obligation toward the Sundayschool says the Boston Pilot editorially Tho Sundnyschool after all no matter how well conducted It Is no matter how efficient and zealous tho corps of teachers and even with the earnest cooperation of the parents is only a makeshift Consider the hours that aro spent lay after day year after year in the classroom to teach the child the art of reading or writing or figuring And after many years thus spent the results are not too gratifying It takes a great deal of continued ham mering to fashion the rough metal And if one has such doubtful success after dally effort how can one expect that an hour a week is going to train thoroughly the heart and brain of a child in the great myster ies of religion The Sundayschool with its short season and short ses sion is necessarily limited in its endeavorsReligion must be made a dally Oflthephere of faith its daily catechism lesson its religious teachers Other studies are not neglected but Chris tian doctrine Js givenlts rightful D l3ta ti study of Him should be the most important in the training of the child Hence it is difficult to under stand how Catholic parents can de j prive their children of tho saving Influence of tho Catholic school If they can not give their little ones the blessed privilege they and the children are to bo pitied But since they are deprived of this special help their obligations toward the Sundayschool increases The child whose study of religion is limited to I the Sundayschool is greatly handicapped And if so then the opportunities of the Sundayschool must be mode the most of To many parents this has no meaning They think they aro doing their full duty When I they send their children off to the church for the catechism class They i never see to it that the lesson is studied during the week never hear the lesson never interest them selves enough to consult the teachers or the director never make inquiries as to whether or not the child is ad vancingHow often a boy comes to Sunday school entirely ignorant of the The excuse freqeuntly given lessonI he had his home lessons to Some parents are zealous enough to watch that the evenings be given toI the history or geography lesson are domineering enough in insisting that tho full hour be spent at the music practice but the thought never enters their mind to require that at last a half hour should be spent In getting ready the catechism lesson for the following Sunday It is a solemn matter Catholic parenthood is a serious thing Upon the parents rest the the tremendous obligation of giving their children a Catholic training To do this they must co operate with the priests of the church They are not to take an indifferent attitude as If the whole duty were the priests It is not He does his part but he will fail with the child unless he has the practical aid of the parents And so at the beginning of the Sunday school year the cause of religion will be helped if parents will take as much interest in feeding tho souls of their children as they take in feed Ing their bodies IRISH BOY SCOUTS Sir BadenPowell views with no Inconsiderable amount of apprehension the success of the Boy Scout movement In Ireland On his return recently from his trip to the United States and Canada he found to his amazcomnt that the objects of the English and Irish scouts were by no means identical He discovered that t while tho British section were true and patriotic Britons the Irish youngsters were a hand of young rebels who cared nothing about the military glories or achievements o f England Many people besides the founder of the scout movement find it difficult to understand how the Irish lads can be anything else than true Britons But the fact is they are a product of tho Gaelic Leagu and Athletic Association an organ zation that instills Into their youth tel minds views and aspirations nott com England Their bandsmore Got have the King and Rule Britannia d n usu J c KENTUCKY IRISHAMERICAN IVOLUME Indeed it is this that has particularly brought them under tho displeasure of Sir BadenPowell whose patriotic sentiments were badly jarred when he found a squad of them marching recently to the tune of Garryowen He questions their right to use the title Scout and Is said to be contemplating action to prevent it for the future ROSARY SUNDAY Will Be Observed With Due Solemnity at StLous- Bertrands Tomorrow the feast of the Most Holy Rosary will be observed with the usual due solemnity at St Louis Bertrands church Sixth and Oak streets In the morning there wilt be a solemn high mass and sermon by one of the most eloquent preach ers In the Dominican order A special musical programme will be ren dered by the male choir while the sanctuary boys will chant the re sponses and proper parts of the maBBI I In the afternoon beginning at 330 o clock there will be solemn vespers chanted by the male choir an eloquent and earnest sermon and a great procession ih honor of the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary In j I this procession hundreds of children I will take part and fifteen young ladles members of the Blessed Virgins Sodality will carry the Rosary I banners The October devotion began last Tuesday evening and will continue throughout the month I This devotion consists every evening I I of first a brief instruction on some I mystery of the Rosary or the virtue c illustrated in the mystery secondly 1 Joseph before the Blessed Sacrament I enthroned for Adoration and thirdly of benediction of the Most Blessed I Sacrament I GONE TO REST Mrs Elizabeth McElliott Succumbs to LongfIllness t I Mrs Elizabeth McElllott seventy t I I four years of age and one of theI oldest members of St Louis BerII trands parish was called to her eter11 nal rest Tuesday morning following I an Illness contracted four months t ago Mrs McEllIott was the widow J of Stephen McElllott who has been 1 dead for several years Born in Ire+ I land she came to this country when 1 nearly iJZRy achflds been aresileat ohIiIsfBAfter a long busy and useful life I I Mrs McElliott died as she had lived honored trusted and loved She I reared her own monument while sher lived In the hearts of all who knew t her Her life was completed if work well done constitutes completion f Her Christian life was beautiful from Its beginning to Its close throughout all the vicissitudes and sorrow that t she met in the way her faith in God never wavered But she has left us and today the autumn leaves fall upon another grave that hides from our sight all that is mortal of a true and noble woman She Is survived by five sons and three daughters l Lieut Edward McEllIott of the t J StephenMc I undertakers John 1 John C Sheehan Mrs Daniel Dough I erty Mrs Edward Callahan wife of 1 Lleut Edward Callahan of tho Third I district police station and Misses I Nannie and Mary McElllott The funeral was held Thursday morning and was tho largest that for a long time has taken place from St Louis Bertrands church WHAT INFLUENCED THEM c The late Henry Clay Dillon one of II the most distinguished converts Inis II this country In recent years was fond 1 lofI describing how he was forced Into t the church by friends and foes says I the Ave Maria His road to Rome was certainly an unusual one Long before I had even thought of becom- Ing a Catholic the A P As declared I was one and had seen me com muning at the altar rail The more I denied It the more they repeated It At length It occurred to me thatI a church which excited the hostility of such men must be avery good church and that her doctrine must be true If no weapons better than forgery and perjury could be brought against them I ami Indebted both to my friends and my enemies Both have helped to bring me into theI church The friends led the ene mles drove and so I got in sooner than I otherwise would Yet an other convert when asked by what books or by whose preaching he had been Influenced to Join the church replied By no books nor by any ones preaching I was converted by my wifes practising HAPPY UNION Thursday a happy marriage was consummated at St Pauls church when Miss Frances E Seivert became tho bride of Robert Abel formerly of this city but now of St Louis The young couple had been sweet hearts for years and their union was not a surpriseto their friends Miss Seivert was connected with Kauf man Straus Co and is wldelv known In East End Catholic circles The lucky groom left Louisville sev eral years ago and now holds a re sponsible position with one of the largest printing houses in St Louis I Following the ceremony the bride J recapItlon tulaIUons l who wish them luck and fortune in their new life IJ A fiASCO t Long Looked For Ulster Up I rising Ends In Bluff and Bluster Orangemen Will Not Throw the Crown the Crown Into the v Bogno Water Sir 12lviir Carson Is Evidently Coming to Ills Senses i BELFAST COVENANT IS SIGNED As forecasted heretofore in the columns of the Kentucky Irish Amer ican the much advertised signing of the covenant of resistance to home rule at Belfast last Saturday ended without the necessity of call Ing in the police or rather the militia which were on hand in bar racks ready to put down any riot started by the Orangemen The good temper of the Nationalists and the Catholics of Belfast prevented bloodshed and except for a few bruised heads and shins which re sulted from the display of a few green flags after a football game the city of Ulster was as quiet as or dinary Orangemen did not go about breaking the windows of Catholics and there was more moderation displayed than usual at an Orange gath ering This gives rise to a well founded rumor that Sir Edward Carson the Unionist leader has become heartily ashamed of the spectacle the Orange- men of Belfast and of Ulster gen erally were making of themselves in resisting home rule through unlaw ul methodsto wit attempting to stifle free speech and by destroying the private property of their neigh bors to say nothing of their threats to physically resist the acts of Parliament creating a home rule Gov ornment Sir Edward Carson was himself once the Chief Crown Prose cutor for the Coerclonist Govern ment and earned his promotion through securing the conviction of offensesgives him pause before endorsing the attitude of the Belfast mob and he t n1trdltl ijJ low t IThe Belfast demonstration took oh re of a quasireligious movement whereas it was expected to be military and physically demonstrative It is stated in the cablegrams and press dispatches that the fact of the signing of the covenant was made to be a religious obliga tion had a restraining influence upon the Orangemen Sir Edward Carson was the first to sign the solemn covenant of the Ulstermen which binds them to use all the means that may be found necessary to defeat the present conspiracy to set up homo rulo in Ireland and also to refuse td recognize the authority of an Irish Parliament He was followed by many men who have become noted leaders In the campaign against home rule and these were succeeded by thousands- of the rank and file of the Orange men and Unionists in the northern province of Ireland Religious services preceded the signing of the covenant and services of a similar nature were held in many churches Undoubtedly the arrangements which hall been made whereby the signing of tho document was treated as a solemn religious obligation exercised a restraining influence on the bellicose Orange men while the humorous view taken of the ceremony by the Nationalists tended to diminish their feelings of hostilityA aspect was not lacking in the religious meeting the a dispatches say There were to have been 1000 guards of honor but only 200 picked stalwarts showed up They wore bright sashes acted as guards of honor standing around the pulpit The service was opened with the hymn 0 God Our Help in Ages Past after which a short prayer was offered and an appeal made to the Almighty to stretch forth thy arms and help us In this 1 time of national danger The first lesson was taken from Isaiah xxvl 19 We have a strong city etc 1 The Rev W McLean said the Irish question at bottom was a war against Protestantism and an attempt to es tablish Roman Catholic ascendency In Ireland and to begin tho disinte gration of the British empire In the afternoon there was a march past of the members of tho Unionist clubs all in ful regalia with bands playing patriotic airs Sir Edward I Carson and his principal supporters reviewed the procession from the I windows of the Unionist Club Why a guard of honor should i stand around a pulpit while the Rev McLean was invoking the aid of the Almighty to prevent Ireland pre sumably Mr McLeans own coun trYfrom gaining its political freedom 1 is past understanding but no ope pretends to understand the cavorting of an Orangemen By no means was the Belfast dem onstration anything like In Import J ance to what it was Intended to be and the comments of the English andI American press are to the effect that Ulster Unionists can not withstand the onward March for home rule forI Ireland In fact nearly half of Ulster Catholic and Protestant IsI patrioticthat is for the political freedom of their country As Mr Wllliam Redmond pointed out ia ali address in New York the other night only the Orange element in Ulster and a few outside of this organiza I ion are seriously opposing home rule To say that home rule means Catholic ascendancy In Ireland as Rev W McLean preached at the Belfast meeting is absurd The facts there is Protestant ascendency in Ireland now everywhere Although 90 per cent of the inhabitants are Catholics statistics show that more than 75 per sent of the official positions arefillod by Protestants To sum up The homo rule movement has nothing to fear from the Unionists and Orhngemen of Belfast and outer parts of Ulster Their threats about never submitting to the domination of an Irish Parliament is regarded by observant men as all brag and blusters When tho time comes for home rule and that will please God be shortly the Orange men will submltf because they will have to do so IIn the face of con stituted authority They have no moral ground to stand upon Fight ing against the political ascendancy of their own country they are not respected by tho men of England or of any other country They may cavort around and threaten to throw the crown into the Boyne and all that but sensible men laugh at them Evidently the fIrst great idea to keep up the delu ilon of a grim determined Ulster lias been abandoned and the resistance hereafter will be only for effect 1 ENTHUSED IIMiss Marv orcoran New Leader of Hibernian Auxiliary I At a largely attended and en thusiastic meeting of the Ladies J Auxiliary A O H at Falls City Hall on Wednesday night MissMary 1 Corcoran was electedto the high of fice of County President Miss Cor coran has served as President of tho local division for the past two years with ability and suttees bringing the I membership up to over 200 and the honor was given her In recognition I of her splendid services She sucI1 I ceeds Miss Fanny Kennedy who is I now State President Another election t will be son held by the t Ladles Auzltlary when officers will be chosen to serv 5 for the next two I years At the meeting Wednesday I night a novel pIawas adopted to Increase the fun in the treasury J which has been upder a heavy ex pease for the recent conventions andE parade A movement was also started to introduce aft Insurance feature l of gat benefit to the II- ll9 Mllf l MACKIN COUNCIL JJ Membership Dance Mon I day Night Greatest Ever Given I The complimentary dance Monday ff- night for the members of Mackin Council and their lady friends was 1 bY1thatwife led the 200 couples In a grand i march that was full of Intricate but I beautiful movements Only a short I preslIdent1 ItpresentIt urged all members to attend and t conteBtIledJoseph Buffehr which Is expected to jj- add between 100 and 150 to MacklnslI membership will end with an inltlaIIion and banquet on Tomorrow the literary society or janlzation will be perfected and the I Entertainment Committee is ar ranging for a lotto and euchre party I In1he near future The Social Club 1 which has proven very popular I opened Its fall series of dances with large attendance and will give the I next one on the evening of October j 1 17II i RECENT DEATHS J IItookIIII Sacred Heart church Rev Patrick I Walsh officiating at the solemn weIllknownII his bereaved wife many friends ten I 10111McCarronI Twelfth street Stricken with appendicitis on Fri day of last week SIlss Anna lenneweln the twentytwoyearold I daughter of Max Jenneweln 715 Gwendoline street succumbed Saturday afternoon and the sad news caused profound sorrow among her many friends and relatives Besides her parents she leaves one brother and four sisters Tho funeral serv ices were held Tuesday morning at St Vincent do Pauls church COUNTY BOARD TO ELECT The Jefferson County Board A O H will hold their biennial convon Uon tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclot kin Bertrand Hall and in addition to the election of officers will revise several of the present laws now in force in tho county Tho present of ficers of the County Board arc Thomas Dolan President John H Hennessy Vice President Edward J Kelran Recording Secretary Thomas J Langan Financial Secre tary and Thomas Walsh Treasurer The committee In charge of the distribution of tickets for The Con fession which cloHfl tonight at the ShuTjert Masonic will make a partial report of the protewte 1 JUBILEE St Francis of Home In Clifton TwentyFive Years Old Father White and Congregation Have Occasslii to Jubi late For Frost Its Small Beginning Much Has Came to Tills Churchii IMPRESSIVE SERVICES SUNDAY More than ordinary interest at taches to the celebration of thoI twentyfifth anniversary of the dedI- cation of St Frances of Rome church in Clifton which occurs tomorrow hence the Kentucky Irish American devotes some of Its limited l space to a column about this church and congregation which It Is to be n hopQd will eventually have ono of the I largest parishes and most beautiful churches in the city of Louisville The principal services connected with the silver jubilee of St Frances of Rome will be held tomorrow evening I at 730 oclock when the Very j Rev James R Cronln will officiate I at solemn vespers to begin at 7301 oclock In the morning at St I Frances the usual services will behold j at 730 and 10 oclock and it is expected by the rector that large congregations will attend I The Very Rev James P Cronin Vicar General of the diocese will officiate at the solemn vespers which wJll begin at 730 oclock and will deliver the sermon Father Cronin happily designed as the orator for the occasion because he knows of the vicissitudes the pastor has suffered and who can speak of them intelligently will say something r interesting Without making Invidious com parisons the Kentucky Irish Amer ican can say that the Rev Thomas W White Is one one of the most popular Catholli priests In the diocese of Loulsvilld His engaging personality makes 1Him friendly with all and those who kYjow him love him Father White the accomplished pastor of St FranVes of Rome fin JulifidJiiiI classical fcos jn Ireland He s sepordains t Preston Pa e Father White V evidenced by the H PT as a professor of classla BtTJosephs College at Bardstow In 1887 ToJ recur to Father Whites work which Is the main thing In this brief resume l of St Frances of Rome congre ggatlontant to recall that the present rector built the church now in use and has aspirations to build another and much larger All of us are apt to forget thejj vicissitudes which our forebears suf fered In order that the faith might be planted in the wilderness It was almost in the wilderness that Father I White In 1887 first established tho Church of St Frances of Rome atJ Payne street and Cavewood avenueII the present beautiful location of the church and parochial school At that time there were but a dozen families J who attended at St Frances At the end of fifteen years thero were but fifteen families Today he hasII 175 families attendant upon his parish This is wonderful work and must certainly be appreciated by the Right Reverend Bishop and those in higher authority Whitejwillclassical studies in Ireland he came I to America in his young manhood and entering the classes of St Jo sephs College at Bardstown ac quitted himself with credit in philosophical j accomplishments His theological I studies were finished at I Preston Park Seminary He was or dained priest Juno 26 1881 His I I first three years in the ministry were I spent in the missions of Casey J I county and his labors there are not yet forgotten In 1884 Father White went abroad I for recreation and study Upon his return In 1885 he was honored by the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey himself a distinguished scholar in being appointed to the chair of classics in St Josephs College at Bardstown Ho filled this position with credit to himself antI to the college until ho was commanded by the Right Rev Bishop in 1887 to assume the pastorate of the new congregation of St Frances of Rome His work there Is too well known to dwell upon Father White is a gentleman of engaging personality Although he has labored long in the pastoral field he looks young even boyish He is one of tho most pop ular clergymen in Louisville and deservedly so- LAND FOR TIlE JEWS Another international congress has just been held in yienna by the Jews The press has had very little to say about It because a good deal of secrecy was observed about its deliberations The scope of the gath ering was to study the already much studied and debated and defeated project of giving a territorial or ganization to tho Jews It will certainly surprise our readers to learn that the cpngresslsts after discussing the merits as a new native land for the Jews of Canada Brazil and other parts of America of Turkey and of Portugal also coast Bred the posesl tI 7 n 0 q- VV bilities of IrelandIreland with Its rich soil its mild climate and Its dwindling population I But there 1Is really no danger that Ireland will ever become n nation of Jews St Patrick may be trusted to look after thntand in any case the majority of the Slonlsts have their hearts ever fixed on Palestine and on the rebuilding of the Temple of JerusalemBUSY BOYS r Trinity Council Will Initiate Another Class In November Trinity Council hall was well lllleil- at the meeting Monday night and interest was taken in the commltte reports and the Membership Con mitteos work which is beta g crowned with most satisfactory r suits Some time soon there will be an initiation wlien a class r forty will receive the degrees Pot lowlgn this work there will be an interesting programme and some short talks from leaders in the Y M I It is also expected that Supreme Presi dent Robert Burke and Supreme Delegate Dan Hennessy just re turned from tho Supreme Council held in California will be present Monday night and Impart some interesting news to the members The committee reported that dates had been selected for the fall and winter series of dances with which Trinity will entertain its members and friends invitations for which were being sought for In large num bers Arrangements for the opera Dolly Dollars were reported pro gressing favorably The cost and chorus are now being selected and when completed will surpass those of former years When the company is completed the names will bq announced and rehearsals begun Trin ity Council will be busy this winter and will not overlook anything that will provide entertainment for the young men and women of the East End SPIRITED Meeting of Hibernians at rails City hail- Tuesday President Martin Cusick was greeted with an attendance larger than usual at the meeting of Division FallBICilYi r n Sclaatad nlAltl9ga COR- oif about fifteen now awaiting the degrees James Doran and James Dugan who has been ill for the past three weeks were reported to be in improved condition though yet unable to return to their duties Attention was called to the county convention to be held Sunday after noon at Bertrand Hall and the following were elected alternate dele ates Daniel McCarthy James Walter Cuslck Tim Sullivan and Thomas Tarpy County President Dolan Thomas Keenan Sr Council man Charles Finegan and Thomas Tarpy delivered Interesting ad dresses and commended the work of the State convention The division decided to give a euchre and lotto party in November for which a nice programme will bo arranged Thomas Tarpy heads the committee which Is composed of Messrs Charles Fine gan Walter Cuslck Mark Ryan Thomas Keenan Jr David Whelan Will Kllkelly Tim Sullivan and Patrick Meehan This committee will soon announco the time and place and issue the tickets THEODORE DEEICIX On Friday morning of last week death again entered the home of Mrs Josephine Deekln 3415 West Broad way leaving the sorrowing family to mourn the taking from their circle of their splendid son and brother Theodore Deekln His death result ed from dread tuberculosis At dif feront times along through the past summer he had been ailing but not In a serious way until a short time his death He Is survived by his mother Mrs Josephine Deekin three brothers Henry Joe and John Deekin and two sisters Misses Ber- nardino and Josephine Deekin to whom many friends exteXd heartfelt sympathy The funeral took place Monday morning from St Marys church and was very largely at AVIATION IN IRELAND September aviation activities in Ireland have given a big spurt to Irish enthusiasm for aerial enter prises Incidentally they havo brought grist to the mill of one or two enterprising farmers One of the most amusing cases was that of two aeronauts named Valentine and Astley who entered on a flight lor- an aero club prize from Dublin to Belfast and back Neither accom plished the task owing to gales and Valdntlno met such a c xturo of air currents Just outside Newry tho frontier town of Ulster that he only managed to land in a field with difficulty Then he hiked back to Dublin by automobile to make some fresh arrangements When ho re turned next day to see after his aero plane he found the farmer whose field it was in running a fine busi ness though it was Sunday The machine was carefully shielded from view by tarpaulins and as local in terest was great the farmer was chatgidg a hickel apiece to all who wanted to examine it When Valen tine reached the gate the entrance fee was demanded of him too and it was only after full proof of Identity had been given that he was allowed to see his own aeroplane tree t u r EAT ROSA BREAD UNION MADE Labels Redeemable at KIrby 5 and IOc Siie- it POLITICAEae Situation at the Present Time Favors the National Democracy j Unless Serious Mistakes Are Made That Party Will Win Louisville and Kentucky Are Sot Longer Delmtcnlilc Ground HARMONY 1IN LOCAL CIRCLES There Is less excitement or discussion in the present campaign than ever before Louisville and Ken tucky is usually a hot bed of politics but in this Presidential year the campaign seems to be running on educational lines In other words sayIngevidencedbyvoters in the city of Louisville this year was nearly the greatest on registration Democrats The results briefly sum marized were Democratic 24471 Republican 9947 Progressive or Roosevelt 7813 Independent 5993 Socialist 144 Total 48368 registration at the polls and registered In order to be eligible at the November elec tion to vote on school questions A registeredAlthough paign for women to register the question of suffrage for the gentler sex did not seem to appeal to tho generality of women in Louisville and It may be said without disrespect to those who are advocating the franchise for women that the so called womens rights does not ap peal to the generality of women in this city Society and club women seem to have had the call on the women voters However there is no denying that 11736 is a good showing for tho beginning of women votersAs things now look on the surface It is hard to figure how Coy Wlson i ntialimftest1mrmeyet over Preslednt Taft seems to- be gaining ground and Roosevelt losing at this writing President Taft has the advantage of having the i nonled interest in his favor He v also has the army of office holders at his disposal Those who imagine that Taft is a quitter will be grievVVously disappointed on election day The trend however Is In favor ofuthe election of Gov Wilson The common people seem anxious for a change and when this condition prevails i money nor anything else can change the trend History demonstrates this Of course Louisville and aj Kentucky are not considered debatable ground in this Presidentialkcontest by any of the campaign managers Kentucky will give its electoral j vote to Wilson and Marshall In the city of Louisville the Demo el ratlc political situation was never t better Under the wise direction of Chairman Frank McGrath and his co laborers the utmost harmony prevails The committee is working in harmony with the State Committee and there is every indication that Kentucky will roh up the largest majority In its history for the Demo ratio nominees Unless the Democrats make some v serious mistake there is no doubt of the election of WJlson and Marshall tended It is being rumored that President Taft wilt depose Postmaster Woods In the next week or two and appoint t ixSherlff Charles Scholl In order to strengthen his local organization- Mr Scholl being very strong with the oldline Republicans and has never been identified with the A P A element in the G 0 P ranks Strong pressure is being brought to bear on Taft to carry out this programme before 1 election i The announcement of Dr J H Buschemeyer for Mayor although a little early is only a forerunner of the many to be made in the near future and from present reports there will be at least three candi dates intho field Dr Buschemeyer Owen Tyler and W J Baird all strong men with largo individual followings THREATS BY DASTARDS The Right Rev Bishop H J Uerdlng of Fort Wayne Ind and eight residents of Mishawaka have been threatened with death by a person who has been keeping the mails busy with messages directed to members of St Bavos church nt Misha waka of which the Rev Charles L stuer is pastor I is earnestly hoped the guilty will bo caught and given the extreme penalty for this des tardly use of the malls GOES UP HIGH T Finck Martin son of Attorney A F Martin and for some time past assistant city ticket agent for the Louisville Z Nashville railroad has accepted tho more responsible poijl tlon of city passenger and ticket agent with the Monon Route and on Tuesday entered upon his new du ties Mr Martin Is a mot energetic and popular young nan in railroad circles and his advancement mettwith expressions of approval OB all sides U VV t IK J3 V 5W V vVi Sii i L n- n n K 1 T7 rcIii1RI 1E1 AltJER OANIJ KENTUCKY IRISH flMEWGWAiv- eted l to the Social and Moral Xdrtncememea ol Irish Americans and Cath Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KKNTUCKY IIRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publfa her SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5 BnUrtd a the LooliyllU Polio Mice u stend Clue rater Iddress ell Communication to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West dreea SI TRADES U18F1 UNION COUNCIL =LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 6 1912 DEMOCRATIC FOR PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON JERSEYJtPRESIDENTtTHOMAS R OF INDIANA VINCEXTIANS It gives us pleasure to say a word in behalf of the St Vincent de Paul Society which for many Years has done such splendid work In Louisville It Is a Catholic charitable organization with branches in nearly every parish In the city which real charity work Its funds are salexpendedaries for its officers and Its members work unselfishly for the spiritual and temporal welfare their fellow men The St Vincent do Paul Society I Louisville Is now preparing for I winter work and funds will be I rhoneeded I have the means should make their j I donations now to this society mditT I I I thus help succor the needy when In sickness and distress This charity y will bring Its own reward w WOMEN AND TILE BALLOT The New York World critici ses the views of Cardinal Gibbons on votes for women and says Women to the number of millions have 1had to create homes for themselves without masculine assistance and p their demand for the ballot Is based on a desire to have the same protection for their interests that is accorded to man I I k I of votes for women If they w reTI enabled to create homes without I votes why should they not be alto bleIi continue to do so in the future as they have done in the past and stin I have their Interests protected 1Ij There are women to the numbers j of millions who are absolutely I j against votes because they are con i vinced that they can do more for their cause througlr home influence by having their brothers husbands or sweethearts to look after their interests while they give their time and attention to affairs of the house which is womans Godordatned sphere rather than by taking away time and attention from little slat brother or baby and giving it over to political club meetings primaries t electioneering stump speaking ye watching or counting or casting vote and let the pot boll over or the biscuits burn Woman in politics is woman out of place and this truth will soon become apparent in Ken tucky IMcDermottIA the theS in I d I K place Congress would be against him In the second place most of e his proposed reforms if feasible a all could only be carried out by the Legislature of a State not by the National Government at all In fact mos of the platform consists of mere plausible alluring generalities that sound well on the stump or rtfad well In the newspaper but that have never yet been embodied In the legislation of any country at any period of tho world If he couldntt do anything practical jn that difec don during the seven and a half years he was President how can wei i believe that ho wlll do it in the next lour years Has he suddenly be Col come a magician a wonder Can ho astlc now work miracles that he could ollc not work before If he were to die han tdmorrow his party would dissolve Ba at and disappear like a bright exhala tibn in thp evening and be heard of no more Fortunately for the republic he has no chance to be elected gr In concluding ho drove home some ont undeniable truthswhen he said If yap ira8t Jower taxes it you want and lo remove th inequalities abllurdlcen ties and un j wt burdens ot the prM j ant tarlK4f y ji want to 3owrthoU time U- n U theTtrue door safe progress without undermining your venerable and splendid const tution and without degrading your courts you must vote for N1 l slid Marshall We stand for real progress for greater Industrial II erty for liberty regulated by fcr equal justice to rich and al Re We mean to remove theft utiatlal nourishment which ourGov m ntal bounties have hitherto g to the trusts We shall not crea gr at monopolies by law and then puzzle our brains to find a proper nail efficient curb for such mans In other words we want to restore the principles of our forefathers under Wilson and Marshall Unfetter I our limbs and let us live and work and be glad in Gods blessed aura 1jno with the old flag and the old cc ration over us loesPLA1S SAFE The following little fairy story Is taken from the poor old Western Recorder t Baptist which is always busy publishing antiCatholic mat ter but plays safe by leaving out names and dates and usually gives olthe location at the other end of Itsworld A patient In a hospital Argentina was reading a Bible when the Catholic attendant took it tram him and threw it out of the wind struck a passing soldier who took took it up carried it to his home and read it and was made an earnest Christian The address of Chairman Camden at the complimentary dinner dered the Kentucky editors 1 Saturday stamps him as the man to lead the Democratic hosts in Ken tucky this fall It was given wide publicity in the daily press of the city and should be given careful reading It abounded in facts that can not be controverted and oho everyII Albert J Beverldge Progressive candidate for Governor of Indiana urges legislation that will provide free text books for all school chll Idrenfor tile parochial school and the public school alike This gi him the distinction of being the first public man in Indiana to advocate treating all schools alike in the matter of free books Columbus day will be extensiv I celebrated this year Catholics and Protestants are combining to give the tribute of their respect to the dls coverer of America on the annli vorsary of his great achievement B Wi erThis Is a good time tosubscribel for the Kentucky Irish American teCHORAL UNION- a The recently organized Catito lacfey Choral Union composed of singers who participated in the concerts given recently at the annual meeting of the Federation of Catholic tieties and of business and professional men of Louisville has elected j the following Directors Fath J Ignatius Wilkens Frank A Ceh J Cooney Dr P F Ganz Col John Whallen Henry Bosse Oec Jr Joseph F Hubbuch Al1 Johnd1eIl1e Frank A Geher President Dr P F Ganz Vice President J F Hubbuch Secretary Oscar Stutz Financial Secretary Henry Bosse Treasurer AtThe first regular rehearsal was hetdd Thursday night at Baldwin Hall i huete choir K OF O ELECTION ball At the annual election of officers Wednesday evening of the locoan dal1followingGrand Knight P H Callahanto WbeDeckerChancellor Thomas B LeabyntRecording Secretary L J Veene manTreasurerRobert A WatsonMIFinancial Secretary and Custodian Henry B McBride The newly elected Grand Knight P H Callahan is an onthus worker for the order and Cath interests in general Col Calla is a member of Gov McCrearys figuretheconvention WITHOUT FORESTS Tn China there are no forests Tliebee beingirelymountainous regions to the north west were denuded of their trEi1fiago The surface refarsrt1t Lou sins great fortunes SI Cia The following resolution ollelVas adopted at tho Hlbcmlan Stato convention The committee unanimously endorses tho Kentucky Ira American for Its valued and efficient support of Ancient Order of lUbcrnlans Kentucky and Catholic Inter cats In general Thomas Walsh James McBrecn J J Sullivan Chas J Finegan Resolutions Committee v 88G fQ I SOCIETY 1I Llsonvisiting Dirs Miss Mary Ida Zook has as her lawguest Miss Mary Doyle of Covin poorMiss Maggie Smart spent last New Castle visiting Mrs Will ernCarrollItMiss Mabel Waters of Frankfort is the guest of her aunt Miss James Gibbons in Clifton tarsMiss Mary E Clarke of Enid Okla is the guest of her aunt Mrs S Everln 2933 Third streetII I I Jerome Ohllgschlager left last week for Washington where he will enter the Catholic University I nettMiss Margaret Newman otFrark fort was here this week visiting her brothers W C and Thomas B New man Mr and Mrs J Desmond OCion nor will soon move here from Frank fort to make this city their future home Mrs J T ONeal and family have closed their summer home at Pewee citytinfor I I Mrs Ed 6Connell Highland Park has had as her guest for the past owweek Mrs A L Daniels of Oklahoma City Okla Mrs John F Chester and daugh ters Mabel and Margaret are visiting- In St Louis as the guests of Mrs Maggie Stewart Clifttenton been entertaining as g- net this week her niece Miss Ma Waters of Frankfort i Miss Martha Kearns of Covtngt has been visiting In New Albany the guest of her sister Mrs P F Goss 128 Vincennes stree MrsuW H llcAlphlna d daughter 1IIss Carolyn DlcAlphln will leave Frankfort to make thel home here rl ton I visit SV 1258 Vlt any Dllas F Sullivan 1201 toves1 vesspend the week in Lexington visitingi her cousins the Misses Driscoll Mrs Gordon Alexander who has been visiting her mother Mrs E J Wentzell Portland avenue has returned to her home In New York yIr Paul Doherty son of Dr W B Doherty left last week for Ann Arbor where he will resume his studies at the Michigan Law School j Mr P H Callahan President of the Louisville Varnish Company and l John Callahan were registered this iI week at the WaldorfAstoria In Now e York City 4 Tho Misses Foley of Pewee VII had as guests last week Misses Wallace and Maymo Barrett this city and John Ryan of Pled 1 mont W Va L 0Mr and Mrs William T Laver ty of Syracuse N Y arrived Wednes day fbr a visit to Dr Edward f erLaverty and Mrs Laverty at 406 avenueeIlrMrs Edward Farrington has re turned to her home in Chattanooga after a six weeks visit to her par Mr and Mrs John J Sullivan East Breckinridge street Harry Gleeson West Broadway has returned from a visit to Chicago where he wasthe guest of his aunt DAnas Inez Gleeson will remain in Chicago IrtI I I JcIswill be joined by her husband at th close of the Nhtlonal League base r Wheat cobeliII Mr and Mrs Edward McGivney nounce tho engagement of their Miss Mayme A McGivney l John C Ernst The marriage witI solemnized on the morning of October 9 at 9 oclock bus St Martins church Shelby street and can James Orr and bride who wasI Mary Lott Have taken up their residence at 554 South Twentieth orlltheirwedded at St Patricks church Rev l father Cronln performing the ceremony I jI i dbowlersOlAdamdhavIngl evehonoroffered the captaincy of a number pf teams ACIOLDRENENROLLED o Superintendent of the St is ipatochjal schools reports I 2fl0Spekoe D + tn- l I n KNIGHTS 1 UP fOUWIIIlli Late News That Will Interest Members Here and RIse whereah WeThe Fourth degree Knights will theIndedication of the Denver Cathedral The memorial tablet to Dr John Gilmary Shea will be unveiled at the Cathedral of Newark on October 12 Apostolic Delegate Bonzano de dares the Knights stand for the same principles for which he is In the United States The first fall initiation In Indiana will take place at Hammond on Oc tober 20 when a large class will receive the degrees Chicago Chapter has perfected plans for a reproduction OlP October 12 of last years pageant on the s of Lake Michigan covingoulsimprove merits on the council home that will cost about 1000 willtonI use their new initiatory outfit for the firstreedegree win bo given lamThe two Now Orleans councils andI Fourth Degree Assembly have de elded to celebrate Columbus day by a public patriotic celebration I Councils baseball teamI IDenverfirst four games played and Is conceded the pennant There were twelve teams In the contest Chicagolargest a a fall carnival Thanksgiving week for the opening of Its new 90000 ho IFIRB CHIEF SICK Fire Chief Tim Lohan is confined to his home suffering tiara cold and neuralgia that this week took quite a serious turn Tuesday he was stricken at headquarters and was removed to his home where he is under the care of Dr D Y Roberts At last accounts his condition was somewhat Improved though he will not be able to leave the house for another week s CATHOLIC KNIGHTS I The regular monthly meeting of the Central Committee C K of A next Friday night at St Marys Hall will be Interesting and Important and the representatives of all branches are urged to attend Be sides a winter programme to bo mapped out there will be much new attomptbe will hip movement proposed by the State tbelit GOES TO TKLL CITY J onThe honors of the Indiana State convention of the Catholic Knightslor America went to Tell City Norman B Patrick of that city was elected President of the S ate Council and Rev Father G H Moss was elected State Chaplain The Tell City branch won the se and prize offered by tho Supreme Co neil for the Ia rg est new membership In the United Sta 1tt J EUCHRE AD DAXCE INext Wednesday afternoon and evening the alumnae of Holy Rosary Academy will entertain with a euchre and lotto party at Bertrand Hall and an enjoyable time is assured all who attend The games will be called at 230 and 8 oclock Much interest is being taken in this euchre and many handsome prizes will be awarded THE COMMON LAW At the Walnut Theater next week the authorized dramatization of J Robert W Chambers sensational work of fiction which In book form has more than topped the million and JI a quarter mark and continues to charm novel readers with Its uncon ventional story concerning mnrrla adaptsTheir Ji poses all of the necessary qualities at of dramatic action have been utilized In the direction of offering such t scenes and Incidents as are sure to please the audience I SUCCESSFUL RACE MEETING ii- C The Douglas Park Jockey Club will this afternoon bring to a close one df the most successful fall race meetings yet held in Kentucky Wit ideal weather and splendid fields the sport has been high class The feature event this afternoon the Cardinal stakes at a mile and an eighth will bring to the barrier at1 number of the best horses on tho a turf and should attract a largo at- at On tendance I LADIES SODALITY EUCHRE The Young Ladles Sodality of St I I church will give a euchre Tuesdayel rve refreshments of all kinds The of ladies in charge are I1IJbannorthe BANDl has profOhio has come to Louisville is now a member of the DomingI missionary band stationed at St Louis Bertrands Convent on Sixth street Father ONeil Is noted for his ability and eloquence as a pulpit are pa I EMBARKS IX BUSINESS befIopene esthbllshment at 444 Fourth avenue where she is- pared to equip her friends with I 1 l and misses coat sulfa gowns Heart ning dresses etcchaFOR AFTERNOON TEA I the loaf of cube sugar rubbed over retaintheused1ndelicious flavor ugeestlng orange t1frQIIilta p tl oI r t Churchill Downs Meetin2I===Fall I 9 Days Racing I OPENING flONDAY 7 KENTUCKY ENDURANCE STAKES OPENING DAYI FIRST RACE AT 215 P M I IMMORTALFCX OF THE SOUL areA worthy old schoolmaster used to seize every occasion to warn his pupils against materialistic doctrine Taking his watch from his pocket ono day he hold It in his hand and called tho little ones around him What does this watch do chll dren1 It says ticktack ticktack the firstllt says ticktack tick tack said the second and the third arid so on through the class Then the master took the warksor from the case and holding tho win one hand and the paso In other he said Listen to the case Listen to the works There was silence from the case an d from the works the same tick thetack Now ho said which of the two is the watch 1 meThat which says ticktack said the children pointing tor the works You are right little ones And you see the watch is a watch even when It has no case ana the soul IsI a soul when it has no body AN APPEAL We Dominican Sisters formerl Portugal who some time ago as help to build a hospital in Ontario Oregon are again in need of aid Holy Rosary Hospital is open but as yet the Income Is not sufficient cover the dally expenditures also have a heavy debt on which pay interest To add to our diffi cutties two of our little band have become invalids and are no longer able to assist materially In the work Other Sisters who have waited vain In unhappy Portugal for liberty to live according to our rule wish now to join us here but have not the money necessary traveling expenses Once more thereJ fore we earnestly entreat our friends to aid us by sending donations how aver small to Mother Superior of Holy Rosary Hospital Ontario Oregon BOGUS PRIEST JAILED Charles H Karmappel who Is said to have secured several hundred dollars in the last few weeks In West ern Now York from priests and hotel proprietors while representing h self to be a PollSli priest plea guilty in the Police Court at Alb fed to having passed a worthless chec AllstntfuooDunshee proprl ortjhe Orleans House for 16 and was sentenced to 100 days in the Monroe county penitentiary IRISH ROSE WINS MEDAL After two years of experimenting an Irish horticulturist has Just suc coeded In producing a terra cotta rose which made its debut at the National Hose Societys autumn show at Horticultural Hall in London There are only a dozen blooms of then w flower at the show and the cull I tivator Mr McGredy of the Royal Nurseries Portadown Ireland will sell them for not less than 5 each His stock of forty plants he wouldl not part with for 15000 The new rose was awarded the Rose Soclet gold medal TESTIMONIAL TO ARCHBISHOP ragThe citizens of St Paul Minn irrespective of religion have begun campaign to raise 100000 for t placing on the new Cathedral one the most magnificent domes of anyII public building in the country It is to be a testimonial to Archblsh Ireland and to show the high esteem In which he is held by all the citizens of St Paul Twentyseven thousand dollars was subscribed the first day LANDING DAY CELEBRATION- s I Landing day next Saturday Octo bpi 12 will be observed by the 1oc alThey council of the Knights of Columbus with open house in the afternoon for members and their families and reception and danceln the evenin account of the large membership the council both afternoon and evening entertainments w111 be co srfamiliesGUARDIAN ANGEL SODALITY The Guardian Angel Sodality of St Josephs church East Washington street w111 tomorrow celebrate Itbeniversary with beautiful This society is composed of school children of the parish and this a splendid membership Theretw111be an anniversary high mass fo which the sanctuary will be brll liantly illuminated and decorated PARISH SUPPER The ladles of St Anthonys con gregatlon Twentythird and Market ce busy making preparations for a lsh supper to be served in St the Anthonys Hall next month It is hoped to make this the largest and affair of the kind that has yet place in Louisville DEPARTS FOR MONTANA at Rev Father Cyril of the Sacred Retreat who has been in of Holy Trinity church during absence of Father Berreshelm In Europe will soon open a series of CyrIlIsPassion1st order j larder SMOOTH FRAUDS J I chaps Recently a couple of gentlemanly la rlng fellows have been can the Oct 7Oct DAY OCT WN NtH ON NOdINldIH6N HiNNdlifNtNhfidN r Classik Shoes saidFORli Boys and GirlsffThey are made to wear made especially for us = according to our own specifications They are abso lutely all solid throughout no cutoffvamps no substitute used You take no chance when you buy CLASSIK SHOES They 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fund of 2135795 to aid the cause of home rule for Ireland was raised Monday night at an enthusiastic mass meeting under the auspices of the United Irish League for America William H 1C Redmond member of Parlia ment who made the principal ad dress and two English statesmen Sir Croydon Marks and Sir George McAlpIne declared that home rule In Ireland would be an accomplished tact befqre the next meeting of the league in 1914 Gov Tener of Pennsylvania presided at the meet Ing and Mayor Blankenburg ot Philadelphia and many other State and city officials occupied seats on tho stage and In boxes The conven tion on Tuesday heard reports and devoted the day to the business of the league Speechmaklng took up al most the entire Ump of the conven tion Wednesday home rule for Ire land being the theme of all tnt addressesIt well assured that the home rule meeting at Carnegie Hall to be addressed by W H K Red mond Sunday night Is going to bo one of the greatest Irish meetings ever held In New York City Proml ent Americans of all political faiths have pledged their support TIlE CONFESSION The Confession from a success ful run at the Bijou Tlfeater Now York City will be presented at the Shubort Masonic Theater for an en Scene from The Confession ThursdayFriday dayThoThomas Bartlett who is accused of girltosaid that the men had been mixed thelatterpriesttoCanadian has confessed that he did the killing to satisfy a long standing grudge Circumstances point to Thomas Bartlett as the murderer and in due course he Is convicted and sentenced to death despite an elaborate and earnest defense His opportunity what he knows would free his brother but the fact that his knowledge came to him through the confessional seals his lips and de spite his mental anguish he must see his brother convicted Reprieves are granted but they are all In vain and the day is set for Bartletts ex ecution At the last moment an appeal is made to the Governor by the condemned mans family but there is nothing the Governor can do as he reads the law The Gov ernor however remains steadfast In his position and apparently all hope is lost when Dumont is brought dying into a room He had been sentenced to prison for perjury In connection with the trial and at last his conscience got the better of him and before death left his body he factthatlishing Bartletts Innocence This great drama will be played here un der the auspices of the County Board A O H and tho Ladies Auxiliary SPECIAL AUDIENCE A cable message was received here this week telling of a special audience granted by Ills Holiness Pope Plus X last Sunady to E J OBrien the well known tobacco man and his son James B OBrien IItheII fortune to be In attendance at the i Eucharlstio convention In Vienna MOURN HER DEATH Miss Helen Eugene Doherty aged eighteen died at tho home of her mother Mrs Margaret Doherty 1519 East Spring street New Albany onI Monday night after 4 short illness She Is survived by two sisters Misses Eva and Estella Doherty and her mother Her father John JI Doherty who was County Surveyor of Floyd county died three years ago The D J FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER i i 419 W MARKET ST i i MONUMENTSHaving stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to improve their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Co THE 2 FAVORITES of Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL I0c Cig- arLITTLE A J SC Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor HomemadeUnlonrnade- and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T WTARPY a CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET BEDDING PLANTS e Geraniums Roses nele trope Etc Cemetery W rk a specialty REASONA LE PRICES JACOB BCHUIZ THE E QBlST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HOME PHONE 3924 Fred T fleffernan Grocery and Cafe FINE WINES AND LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCO- N W Cor 35th and Madison Come and see the Ball Game Every SundayHeffernans and Best Amateur teams in the city HENRY flUNOLD DBAXaH IH Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Horn Phone 4330 524 W WALNUT HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of NelsonBOTTLED IN BONDIrilepkone 1 948 234 SIXTH STREET A Scapular Medal Free Scapular medals have been au wornInsteadyou one free If you subscribe for the Child Apostle a sixteen page chil twentyfvea priest especially for little ones and filled with Instructions short stories and pictures Stamps will do Ad dress The Child Apostle lias McCormick building Chicago in funeral took place from Holy Trinity church Thursday morning Miss Doherty was a devout member of the sodality connected with that church I and was a favorite In Catholic so- oletp1 eIreIII During the past week members of the St Vincent de Paul Society un der the direction of Father James P Cronln VG have been taking a census of St Patricks parish There are fourteen districts in this parish with two census takers for each I Despite the enefyaehmenU of busl nees houses nla ufactorise and railroads I St Patricks continues one of the strongest paviBM In the city J I nOME RULEI Orange Tales Too Much For Gravity of impartial Residents thehomecomical element The Orange tales are sometimes too much for the gravity of the Impartial resident In this old Isle Here Is one Never todayPoliticalalong with ordinary crime even In loyalUlsterand order or any persecution of members of other religious bodies Orangeleadersput up Job the order having gone out from Redmonds headquarters that crime Isto cease so that South ern Ireland may contrast sharply with Ulster As a second string they arguo that the quietude In the South la due to the fact that the Redmond and OBrien parties are so busy wltfli their own feud that they have no time or energy left for ordinary strife or Illegality These arguments are causing infinite amusement in Na alwaysbeenpolitical unrest Ireland was the most orderly and crimeless section of the British Isles Land purchase schemes having opened the land to the farm ers and home rule being In prospect the two causes of unrest have disappeared Hence the quietude in Erin today outside Ulster But good be havior by order Is too much for all but those with an elastic mental gullett to swallow The one move raentln the South that is really scar Ing Belfast manufacturers Is that Belfast goods are being quietly boycotted and commercial drummers from Ulster are booking practically no orders at all NEIL OBRIENS MINSTRELS The Shubort Masonic Theater an nounces for Its first regular high class attraction of the now season on next Monday and Tuesday Sep NEIL OBRIEN tember 30 and October 1 with a special matinee on Tuesday Neil OBriens Minstrels which come to Louisville after several weeks of a veritable triumph In Pittsburgh Buffalo Cincinnati Detroit I and other large cities which have show ered praises upon Mr OBrien his splendid company and beautiful production From a vocal standpoint no minstrel entertainment ever pre sented offers a more attractive array of singers its songsters consisting of Al Fontaine Jack McShane Will- Iam H Hallett Georgie Hagen Charles E Wheeler and other popular soloists who have previously delighted minstrel audiences in this city Nell OBrien the star of the organization is the recognized lead Ing blackface comedian of the American stage His subtle wit eccentric methods and striking per sonality have established for him a tremendous following of admirers Second in Importance to the star is Billy Van who several years ago left minstrelsy for vaudeville but who now returns to the semicircle with a brand new monologue INDIANA CATHOLIC KNIGHTS The Indiana Catholic Knights of America held a fully attended State convention at Indianapolis this week Tuesday morning tho local Knights delegates and visitors attended mass in a body after wlhch the business sessions opened Reports show an Increased membership and the order In a flourishing condition H E Kotter and Joseph Zimmerman were delegates from the two Now Albany branches LEXINGTON Blue Grass Council Knights of Columbus of Lexington will com memorate the 420th anniversary of the landing of Columbus with a great entertainment at the Auditorium In that city on Sunday night October 13 Committees are making exten sive preparation for this celebration which Itls expected will be attended by Knights from all parts of Ken tucky COMIC OPERA Trinity Council Y M I will pre sent as Its next operatic offering Dolly Dollars Rehearsals will begin at once and the opera be pro sented early next year The produc tion will be under the direction of Prof Leo A Schmitt and P Welling ton Hager who so successfully staged Sergeant Kitty last year VISITS BOYHOOD SCENES Rev Father Thomas A York the genial and big hearted pastor of St Pauls church Jackson and Kentucky streets has been spending his vaca tion at his old home at Watertown Mass Before leaving the East he will visit In Boston from where be will return next week fRANKfE- p BREWING CO Brewers arid Bottlersi i LOUISVILLE KY TBi ou- 1SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMABREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KTt JOHN E FRANK WALTERSnClay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY1 FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use OrdcBv1a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb West 69ii s SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVFK Light JOHNFOERTELCOINCO PO AT D- BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER JjJUtt 1408 Story venueBOTH PHONES 191 LOPIS HLoa Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 r TIlE WIEDEMANNIxcoaPO- LTEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent fiaro GRUBER IS DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky OLDI FORTUNABOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COINCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS fi e iThe Last Dollar 1 IIIIIIIITbat you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a R n ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR U must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the n dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming I BankI I t ml iIIi l t It fetiFIXK WINES OHAHpA1OWEzP AL KOLJ3845 West Green StreetUQUOKB TJKOAKS All the late lid aew Stylesl and lyapea PflcNC CB THOMPSON ELORISTJ ONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AVBNU1L Both 7gl akeenl6e5- All orders receive prompt attentive andsAtiefactioa guaranteed Ty I l COSY I LI A1 RXOAN 4THE BIG STOREI SURPRISE SALE SPECIAL NO 654J A marvelous display of the most beautiful new weaves and patterns in Mens Fall Suits The biggest values you ever saw Guaranteed strictly a 1 I wool through and through i 1500 I I I i lITHE Bill STOREM MAflBLESTONE CO 414 Wed Market Between PeirthiBlFHtb =i WEDDING GIFTS FO- RSEPTEMBERt BRIDES We have a Urge and comprehensive assortment of beautiful pieces in Solid Sliver and Sheffield Plate embracing Tableware of many designs Candelabra Silver Service etc K of C Emblemsi- n pins charms buttons Gold and silver novelties dia monds and other precious stones in beautiful settings Select Now S E LEDMAN 6c SON 410 West Market StdYou Can Rely on Ledman Or r IGOOD COFFEE FRESH ROASTED Thats what my customers are always sure to get Try My Special Grade at 25c Lb ITS THE SAME QUALITY THAT OTHERS SELL FOR 30e JOHN M MULLOY Bile m Phone 1313 Oilta W JVIAKKH5T STREET B3oaa Q fi For Your Furniture Wantst t iI i FRADESI n My stocks arc the largest my prices the low tJterms t best IGREENEIh i I JAs J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons 0 Pharmacy i Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only I ITelephone Us and We Send For Them tee Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STSa 4 NNt+ NNih i THERE IS A REASON FOR IT f The great popularity and demand is for the celebrated QUICK MEALp GAS RANGE is due entirely to its great effici itsency durability and great saving quality Sold on easy payments and connected fre- eQEHER SON 215 Market St near Second I OUT OUT THIS AD MOLES WARTS It MOLESOFFfor the removal bf MOLES and WARTS without pain and post t leaving neither scar nor mark is the same remedy that we sold your grandmother and has since iits first appearance upon the market carried with it the UNANIMOUS INDORSE ENT of MAN and WOMAN todayOurLetters from personages wp all know together with muchdevaluable information are contained in au attractive booklet five which will be sent free upon reques- tIt you have any trouble getting MOLESOFF send one dollar direct to the undersigned One hundred dollars ia gold will be paid to the party mailing to us a are picture of the nseIveq before and attar using MOLESOFF there pictures route to be accepted and ui d byui for advertising MOLESOFF One mil lion people will m your picture with ad without an ugly growth on- yonrpersin FLOR DISTRIBUTING CO Dept A230 K PeBMCoU Florida Miles rank rignn n a HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doingi the Past Week General JNewsNotes James E Dcery is the new County President at Indianapolis thellSlateconventlonNebraska Hibernians have elected Rev Father M A Shine as State PresidentDIvision 1 will meet Tuesday night to5tThe Pennsylvania State con tion of the Ladles Auxiliary was attended br350 delegates The county convention will be held October 6 Officers will be elected to serve for the next two years Joseph D Sullivan the well known Washington attorney will serve as District President for next two years- Milwaukee Hibernians had th Archbishops at a recent meeti They were Archbishops Messmer Glennon and Ireland Bishop Scannell State Chaplain addressed the convention at Omaha and discussed plans for the betterment of the Celtic race in America Returns for tickets for The Confession should be made not later than October 21 as settlement with the management will be made each evening James T McGinnis of Scranton former National Secretary bas b appointed national organizer for juvenile divisions This will give the work new impetus Division 2 meets next Wednesday night There will be some business of more than ordinary interest and therefore the presence of all members Is requested At the meeting of the Ladles Aux iliary next Wedensday night an el tion will take place for County President to succeed Miss Fanny Kennedy who is now State President This should bring out a full attendanceEvery should endeavor Wi dispose of tickets for The Confession to be at the Masonic Theater the latter halt of next week The greater its success the greater the benefit for the County Board Ladies Auxiliary MUCK HARM Ulsters Threats of Resist once Displeasing to KIng George London specials to tho Sun press say Ulsters threats ot ance are understood fn high quarters- to be very displeasing to King George who has a strong dislike to lack discipline or disregard of authority- in l every form Therefore it is said If the present attitude of Ulster persisted In mucn harm will be do to the moveoMLin most power quarters within a day pr two Premier Asquith will confer With the inner circle of the Cabinet and will then be in attendance on the King at Balmoral By that time he will be able to lay before the King the latest information from both sides At pr Ient there Is no indecision in Gave ment circles A quiet resolve to main tale order and pursue the tour marked out by the Premier is t 3 dominating factor of the time FORTY nOURS I The Forty Hours Adoration begs In this city tomiorrow morning at thigh he mass at the Church of t Blessed Sacrament on East Washington street For these impressive serv- Ices the sanctuary and altars will bo tastefully decorated and illuminated During these solemn services Rev Father OSullivan the pastor will be assisted by a number of his friends the clergy- OSULLIVAN NOW ORGANIST Prof Patrick OSullivan the noted musician has taken charge of the choir at St Williams church Thirteenth and OakstreetsasJ musical director and organist Th one of the numerous agreeable changes that hove taken place slate Rev George M Connor has become EUCHRE AND LOTTO Branch 32 C K of A announces first grand euchre and lotto for Wednesday afternoon and evening November 13 in the old school hall Shelby and Oak streets The com mittees are preparing for a great gathering and promise valuable prizes Tickets are only ten cents TOME FROM CALIFORNIA Dan J Hennessy has Just returned from Santa Cruz Cal whore be was attending the Y M I Supreme e convention and bas many Interesting things to tell of the Golden SVes t Is expected that the gallant ol toreador will deliver a short lecture along this line in the near future ATTENDED CONGRESS I Edward J OBrien and son who have been in Europe for some time were In Vienna during theM Eucharistic Congress from where they sent a programme to the Ken tucky Irish American They are expected to sons arrive home e nAme ON DUTY William T Koter Is again on duty livering letter after au Illness of weeks resulting from b lngI overcome during the extremely hot weather He Is one of the moet popular carriers In the stir and allD glad to uee him again on his J ONLY TWO I PT- A11theotSorswicllptItatne y iJhate dtaowaed aW bdeuneed- the tuirdlaa of I14ee r 11M1 arid me Trill follow s Ont W F CODY I CR 1LONG T- HETILT rellAT STORE 236 WEST MARKET Announces that on Saturday I September 28 it will open its thedoors to the men of Grea supplyenI TILT HATSS in all the seasons newest themost popular styles teeThe TILT is positively a- ng300 HAT sold for 150EVERY HAT STRICTLY UNION M TILT HAT CO nailersJen236 WEST MARKET ST Nome Phono City 5687 Dumb Main 567 HENRY FUCHSa- c FLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE POSTOFFJCE Strand t JOHN B STRUB- EJEWELER Watches Diamondsi I 346 E Market Stt dayHOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIAL t fALL WORK GUARANTEED DIRECTOfult Y r e f I AOHDIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall es P I TuesdayeaCuslekrnVice PresidentCharles J Fln teaeRecording SecretaryAnthony J 1 TompkIns Financial SecretaryJoseph F fell Financial Secretary Jos E F MarketnsP Lawler Rs11erheSenUne1Honry McDermott DIVISION S I leets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut streets PresIdentCon J Ford 1 SullivanTreasurerJames SecretaryDanielOKeefe J Financial Secretary John J I Kenney 1607 DumesnlL IS9rgeantetArmsJ Charles P Obst 1s8enttaelEdward Brennan DIVISION I i Ueets MondaysHnataeSlh a PresidentHugh Honrlgan MaleaeyRecording sGFinancial S dHeIf40BIElTeasurerDSer eantwatArmsJamee IISenUnelThomaa DIVISION 4GMee MondayBertrand HlieaneeayVtoe Recording Secretary John J Bar ard i Thomasd J DowneySergeant the olemaaSentlnel35 TT 3kC h his MAOKIN COUNCIL 206 ChtbAtHeuMI 011PrefieF1rap Willia0ilhnrn boFinancialvault POIbmCorresponding Secretary Gor coJonTrI YeilMarHl otIins LAnOMTPAn9OmAL SCHOOL the on ClrIaNwYorltCItrihe1arMtJn frithwhave 1 n r 0 KNIGBTS OF COLUMBUS 0 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where r All councils will elect officers monthLittle Rock Knights will observe banquetTwill given by the Knights of Cou Blurts in St Francis XavIers Chu CulebraAesoclation forterInBostonReports received indicate that WashS 200000 building and hall n- and San Francisco will last a week Arcblshop James J Keane of Dubuque will be the prfnci speaker at the Columbus day b quetof the Pittsburgh Knights theKnights addItion CouncilADSrefund 65 to councils conduct r nonCatholic missions instead of ac cepting the lecture course numbers Because of his law practice and eh gagoments to make speeches for Wilson and Marshall Hon E J Mc Dermott has been compelled to decline a number of invitations from large cities to be their Columbus day orator Kentuckys Lieutenant G ernor enjoys a reputation all o this country as one of the States captivatIng many requests mado upon him for addresses SYMPATHY Cardinals Dispatch Memo rial to Patriach of Llbson Catth olics tho United States the Ameri BostonLf the Patriarch of Lisbon offering th sympathy to the Portuguese chur The memorial says in part In the great republic of the CatholicSmost ample liberty it was inevitable that great sorrow Should be caused by the persecutions to which Cath icism is condemned in Portug Hence we in the name of the Cath preIsincere sympathy in the violence and bitter provocation you are suffering adding our hope that In a near dui the church in Portugal may as orem JUbe past enjoy peace and liberty a thefullexerclse ot Its Inalienable I MONSTER EUCHRE ratUnder the auspices of Trinity Cou n cil Y M J the largest euchre ever held in the East End will be given aneJf Morton avenue on October i2i4 and 25 It Is expected that the awards be made will reach a total of 400 rnunD WITHOUT DEBT rWork on the new Cathedral of Cecelia in Omaha has been paid f as it progressed The total amou L to date expended is 2296563- This I rule will be adhered to un tI the Cathedral is ready for use FATHER ELIJOTT CHOSENcc Rev Walter Elliott C S P wellII known throughout the Catholic world as a missionary preacher spiritual writer and director of the contempla r tive life has taken full charge of the Apostolic Mission house at Brook land Father Elliott succeeds thejj Very Rev Alexander P Doyle C S who died a few weeks agb The new rector was a close personal friend and companion of Father Doyles and assisted him in t C directing of the Apostolic Mission f several years Rev Walter Elliott is veteran ot the civil war and spriest of intense and devoted patriotl ism In deciding to embrace theII priesthood of the Catholic church he the Congregation of St PaulI oGr o J said to be one of the most powerful and convincing missionary preachers the Catholic church today ATHLETE CAT1JJIO I fancy it would be of interest iit not arpuse the pride of our Catholics writes a distinguished Pennsylvania priest to tlho Catholic Stand and Times to mention that James Thorpe the wonderful Carpal Indian who decisively captured th decathlon and pentathlon events InI Olympic games at Stockholm and who on September 2 won the all around amateur athletic championship of America is a good exemplary Catholic excelling In the practice o religion as ho does in feats on track and field Thorpe won the amateur athletic cfhamplonship ot at Celtic Pa kNew York on Labor day He was first In III of the ten events which make the conteat and finished second to John Brodemus of Prince in the other three the pole one halt mile walk and sixteen hammer throw His total 7476 pInta Is a new record for this beating the previous rec of Martin Sheridan made three ago by ninetyone points HARD ON BOTH An editor was dylng but when doetDrbintoverplaeed his ear hU breast and sold + Paor man UoB almost teasthe dying tor houtwl Youre a Hart We th lariwt circulation in the 1MM1t a e efN eNrN 91 iN MNlie fS It Occurs on Monday lextOUR ANNUALo SALEOF Comforts Blankets anSheets Spreads and Pillow Caseso willPrices on this occasion anyrBAC N SOa INCORPORATEDvet FRBBe ee FOR 50 RED AND WHITE LABeROSA BREADUNION MADE You can get a Silver Tea SpoonRodgers Bros Make tBAKED IN A NEW AND SANITARY BAKERY airBY UNION BAKERS NEW YORK BAKING COe olPENS SEPTEMBER 10 ST BENEDICTS COLLEGE ATOHISON KANSAS ndnstltutlon1 Select Boardin fuhqOtBoo s anti YouDMe ndu Dthe Benedictine Fathers w CoursesPreparatory Academic Collegiate and Business Buildings fireproof and modern campus extensive Location unsurpassed in point of health catalogJLORETTO ACADEMY 1812StKENTUCKYnt CrosstiCharming location healthful environment A high standard maintained for one hundred years in culture education and discipline Special attention to music art languages and to the details of a refined education for girls Address DIRECTRESS OF ACADEMY Nerinx PO Ky Academy of the Sacred Heart CRESCENT HILL LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY SISTERSorThis beautiful garden ipot onrlched by nature and embellished by man stands distantt1 heusualilea The Commercial Course is taught extra ClassIcalConservatories AtSchoolpursue course in paintIng DIRECTRESSP0HeartAcadeary IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start arid Resatisfied J MANOPACTOHBD nYll KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated Itaf and Rlyer PlantLouIivllUf M JIIoHHI1fr- fPrete A Mgr P BAHHOW JR ViseFree and Tress IIsaiuKentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS 01iI VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways Ifflc 521 Wst1jffers Strut 0 TELEPHONE 878 L e Winks M AYtIIIlt UtIlIlk TELEPHONE 1252rsR r 4- n DrfI- G