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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p 7 Vy I II I CREAGERS BUSINESSSCHOOL PATRONIZE Second nod Dreckl rldge a XXIXNO 15 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS HIBERNIANS Hold Their Biennial County Con vontion and Elect Officers William Connelly Succeeds Coun cilman Thos Dolan as President Resolutions Express Appreciation of the Kentucky Irish American GENEROUS PRESIDENT HENNESS1 The biennial county convention or the Ancient Order of Hibernians oC Louisville and Jefferson county was held In Bertrand Hall last Sunday afternoon and was well attended all the divisions being largely repre sented President Thomas Dolan occupied the chair and the proceed- Ings were mostly of a purely business character John J Barry of Divis- Ion 4 reported the results of the theatrical engagement at the Masonic Theater which proved a great success and was tendered a rising vote of thanks for his invaluable services The reports of all county officers for the past two years having been heard and unanimously approved County President Dolan announced that ths time had arrived for the convention and election of officers and named Martin Cusick Con J Ford John Maloney and John Hennessy a Committee on Credentials when a short short recess was taken Upon reas sembling this committee reported all divisions represented by their full quota of delegates who were seated Other committees were then appoint ed as follows RulesCouncilman Charles J Finegan Daniel OKeefe Maloney FinanceJoseph John J Barry Farrell JohnII Keaney John G Hesslon F J MooneyResolutions Thomas Lawler I James Welsh Thomas Stevens Thomas Callahan I The Committee on Rules recom mended the adoption of the rules of the last convention which was con curred in The Finance Committee reported the books and accounts oE HP rcheitIVer tin lieraia ana rom comments Democratic precinct captains and leaders can ably testify tbat numerous railroad employes in forraed them of the above fact that they were supporting the Progressive party only on account of Roosevelt and that next year would find their support behind the local Democratic ticketAnother handicap to the Demo cratic ticket locally was the support of the Evening Post this being the first time in history they ever sup ported a winner and only here by a close margin while in tlje Eleventh district their bitter opposition to Caleb Powers gave him a handsome victory lt Is freely predlcted that If Editor Knott had not tried to climb on the Wilson band wagon early in the campaign on second tbought he would have supported the Progressives and Is now kicking him self all around the editorial sanctum on account of the credit absorbed by the Herald for the now partys sup port here The public as a whole are not sorry to see the shakeup coming in the Custom House as that institution has needed a house cleaning for some tithe cetalnotflcllls using their offices for persecution of those who did not agree with them politically or religiously One notable exception to that rule is Marshal I George Long whose unfailing courtesy to all classes won him friends on all sides and if put to a popular vote he would be retained in office by a handsome majority The vote in the school race Tues day was a decided setback to the Junior Order Daughters of America I Daughters ot Liberty and other kin dred organizations who were confi dent of defeating Englehard and Btrother for reelection William S Markolf one of the Junior Order f leaders In a visit to the Kentucky Irish American office two weeks ago boasted that they had the school raceI wrapped up for Bartholomew and Zimmerman Their support proved deadly to these latter two gentlemen and it is believed that If the Old Glory boys had kept hands off these two gentlemen would have won easilyThe air has been filled with the Icild boasts and brags of the Bull Mbosers the past few days in regard to what they would do In the local election next year but do not seem to be taking into account that they have lost their most valuable asset as Roosevelt Is not eligible to run In Louisville next year The Demo crate will certainly shatter their fond delusions when the time comes NOVEMBER WEDDING Invitations have been Issued for t tho wedding of Miss Lops Hill the accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles A Hill 420 South Twentysecond street and Arthur J Spalding a prominent resident ot Coxg Creek Their marriage wjli btgh1maNTuesday morning November 26 andI wllli oe an event of interest In man Catholic society circles lhe- ceremonywUlbeperformedbyVeiy Rev X aMaordward L Spaldtng recir f tiw Cathedral at 4hton Ill a kf kwot the iroom After the o c r- ii 1 L1 11I 4 L KENTUCY IRISH AMERICANA c c IIVOLUME Madison avenue and Twelfth street which Is being built under the direction of Bishop Macs The offi cial home of the Bishop will be of the Gothic type of architecture to harmonize with St Marys Cathedral which adjoins on the north In the rear of the office building will be tile living quarters of Bishop Maes and his staff the same being a sep arate building That part now under construction contains a reception hall meeting room secretarys office and chancelry on the first floor The second story is partitioned off into a chapel and library The exterior will be of stone brick and terra cotta DR FELtX OAUDIN Supreme President Catholic Knight of America CALLS JUDGE Chairman Tierney Resent Charges Against- Police While Instructing the grand jury this week Judge Gregory cast reflections upon the police department which brought forth from Edward T Tiorney Chairman of the Board or Safety the following response Judge Gregory is quoted as say- Ing I have been told as comini direct from the police officers that 1It they were allowed to do their duty they could break up gambling In ia- very short ume in this city There Is no police officer of whatever rank if he has any manhood In him who IsjifikAt beJYJtq goahead despjte Night- Capt John Kirby Fergus Ken nedy John Morris John Maloney Thomas Manion Jack OBannon Thomas Callahan and John Kern members of the No 1 hook and lad der company and Jack Dalton and W W Woody two reporters had a miraculous escape while making n run to a lire last Sunday night The truck was answering an alarm from Eghth and Chestnut Morris was driving the horses at a rapid rate of speed south on Eighth street and wasI halt way over the Intersection a rapidly moving car hit the truck The firemen noticed the car but thought It would stop as the siren horn and the gong were being sound el Motorman J W Stone states it Is alleged that he did not hear the gong until the truck came into sitard that he then reversed the motor but was unable to stop the car The truck was wrecked and all the men shlfered injuries the accident put ting the entire company out of com mlsslbn Fortunately the passengers on tho car sustained only slight bruises the vestibule being smashed and the car turned nothw rd Capt KIrley and John Maloney Buttered the Worst Injuries the former sue taining a broken rib Ambulances nlwhoposts The hook and ladder truck was s6 badly damaged that it will have to be rebuilt GONE TO REST S Miss Mary E Sheridan Called to Eternal Home A beautiful character was called to her eternal home Monday morning Ir the person ol Miss Mary Catherine Sheridan daughter of Anthony J Sheridan freight agent for the joulsvllle Nashville railroad who lied at her home 221 East Sf Catherine street of tuberculosis Miss Sheridan was a niece of the ate Father John Sheridan of Holy Cross churdh She was widely known throughout the city and was n ilelpng member ot the Cathedral iongregatipn Her illness was ot ong duration but endured with the gro test patience and resignation to he will of the Most High Her ueparatioh for the final summons ind the Jeryor with which she re dyed the sacraments of the church v111 bft a beautiful memory to those rho are left to mourn her losa The jineral was ield Wednesday morn- Ing from the Cathedral with high equlem mass To the bereaved father andbrpther sympathy Is extended May her soul rest in p ace I f AtL SOULJS DAY rUe AlL Souls day observance In- kt1 I Catholic cemeteries ot this city IJetfeonvlUIalIlftWAlbBY Jut IlJ nday were largely and at pae the x reiM were pt mOlt Imharctlr rI a cr r i 1II F MINISTER I Who Is Not Scared by the Encroachments oft Rome lie Enlivened a Solemn Session of the Free Religious Association Bishop of Chicago Lines UI Whenever the Bell Rings WILL STAY IN THE MAIN STREA M rhere was a solemn session a short time ago In Boston of the Free Religious Association It has met annually for the last fortyfive years to persuade people to adopt a certain set of religious views approved by the association a proceeding not precisely in harmony with the pretensions of a society that calls Itsell Free says the Brooklyn Tablet The speakers on this occasion were the Rev Charles W Wendte a name only indirectly American Prof Jean C Bracq a Frenchman L P Jacks M A an Englishman from Oxford Rushtom Rustomjeo a Zoroastrian from Bombay and Dr Fleischer ia spiritual and moral force In Boston who complains that he can not get the ear ol the public The morning theme was State and Church In America All these gentlemen so wonder fully qualified by their variegated religiosity and the diversity of their race education foreign impressions and environment to legislate for the religious moods of Americans Were anxiously preoccupied during the meeting by the danger that was hanging In their imagination over this country It was the clericalism of the Roman church They were convinced that it had dark designs Ion the Government They saw the shadowy spectre all over the land and they were tilled with the gloom iest forebodings for the future of the republic The meeting was like a spiritualistic seance At last there came on the platform an orator from the broad and breezy West the Rev Jenkin LloydJones the well known Protestant minister n hJri part oi the bTLenUJJiO- ne of tho leading features will bo the Holy Name booth where Father McGovern will preside and be assisted by a corps of earnest men workers Here there will be a miscellaneous collection of articles ranging from the fancy article to stoves furniture and everything useful In the home ranging In price from ten cents up I Another Interesting feature will be I the Blesesd Virgin Sodality booth presided over by Father LaPlante antI the young ladles and which will doubtless ne the mecca of tho bazar Fancy articles ot every description will be found here and as this Isa good time to buy Christmas articles none should tail to visit this booth The young ladles are taking a great Interest In the bazar and will be more than pleased to have you call ind see them Most attractive will be the booth ol the Altar Society and Third Order where Father Baxter and the members will have a real Irish welcome for those who will spend an hour with them They have secured Ifor their tables a great variety ot articles both useful and ornamentalll-l- and at the prices marked they expect to do a rushing business and be in tho lead froth the start Here will lOlound numberless beautiful hand made articles for the Jadles I Father Parrent will direct the chool booth and fishpond and it Is sale to predict this will be the real live one At this booth you will be able to secure anything frpm a hoestrlng up The young folks here rill have some surprises for their Idera and promise to be in good place when the results are made known at the close The married ladles of the congregation will have charge of the re reshments and have arranged a erltablfr Coney Island There will bl plenty ot refreshments tho menu ncludlng everything from ham sand I wntIippeasb ce cream cake sodas etc will beI served also These ladies have boon working zealously and it is hoped their efforts will not be unavailing- InI connection with the bazar there vlll also be a general table under the auspices of the Holy Name men heels of fortune and a variety piI amusements that will repay a visit Mhollcs from all parts ot the city should attend at least one night as this promises to be the big lair of the season ORATORY leld Sway at Meeting of Mackln Council Monday Oratory with periodical flights of loquenco that would do credit to a relitfcal campaign made Interesting he meeting of Mackln Council last Jtonday night wbjn the subject of uunlelpal ownership was debated from every angle Meesrs Al Lfnk ind Clyde Graven had the altlraa ive being opposed by Luke I Sunlit and John Barry The viet ry iremt to the tlrtt two the only point u J A t I board tIm Caronla Indi said in repl to an InqutrYIatpgolng to No w York prepared to cjkialliBnge for tho Americas cup afterJdiBcusslng the terms under the latest rules of the American yacht club The race U It should be arrangfed can not tkP place before next year as ten month must elapse betweeA the sending InI of tho challenge and the race Sir Thomas Llptone thVee unsuccessfi l attempts to carry trtho cUP wer made in 1899 iflOJjand 1906 with Shamrock I II and HI respectively Since the last race Ja new code or rules has come jtaUft force and It isI to consider the eftfect or these inI connection with the American yacht clubs that Sir Thomas is now coming to AmericaILONOIkEJ 1 r Col P H Callahan Chosen SV National Vice President Members of t Louisville pain Club and his many friends here and throughout the country were muchI pleased when theY received news I Saturday that Col p H Callahan President of the Louisville Varnish Company was electdd Vice President of the National Paint Oil and Varnish Association atj the annual con vention of that organization In New York City The association iis corn posed of practically all the paint oil and varnish manufacturers in the United States and has between 600 I and COO members It is customary for the Vice President to be elected resident of the association the following his firsts elevation yearII Callahan line been +President of the Louisville Paint Jlub for several years and his fellow workers are elated over the additional distinction that has been accorded him CARDINAL f r Will DedlcatgljyiaKnlficent New CattifiSralrOcto ber 2 kiPlans for thejadlcatlon on Sun ersmagntnIcentcompleted TlICi ojiremony will be performed by HisJIMlscellency Car dinal Parley ofiNfy York the mass wl1l becelebr of Archbishop I Pllavel or Santa and the sermon will be preach JJy the eloquent Vrchblshop Glen 1 ptj fSt Louis CheyeqneBishopJSQt f t The great bulk of his million t lollar estate is bequeathed to his rother Michael Kallaher There were a number of bequests to Cath olic churches and to charities St Peters Orphanage is willed 2000 3t Peters church 2000 the Sacred Heart church 500 the tome for Incurables founded by the Kings Sons and Daughters 1000 St Josephs Hospital 2000 and St Anthonys church 1000 To Mrs Fannie Patton an aunt is willed 1000 to a halfsister Mary Kalla her Elliott whose home is in Louisville the sum of 25000 to a half brother James Kallaher 500 worth of real estate on McCall avenue RECENT DEATHS Monday afternoon death claimed Mrs Mary Myhan wife of John Tyhaij 207 East Walnut street and the news caused inexpressible grief tQ her friends and relatives Mrs lyhan was tewntyone years old and besides her husband leaves one child Her funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Pat icks church from where the re name were taken to New Albany for Interment John Axmari thirtytwo years old Breingpopular succumbed Sunday evening o organic heart disease at the home o P his mother Mrs Frances Axman Ort 442 Fehr avenue Besides hjs mother four brothers and a sister survive hhnThe funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Bout face church of which he had been a nlthful member Mrs Julia Mills aged lortylpur ears died early Wednesday morning at her residence 518 North Twen leth street Four months ago her husband die and to the shock and gZlet that followed Is attributed the ttack ol pneumonia that caused her death Mrs Mills was hold in high esteem by her neighbors and was aver ready to assist those in need Siurviying her are four sons and two laughters Tire funeral will be held this morning from St Patricks church John J Fahey one of the oldest and most highly respected members or St Pauls parish died Monday afternoon at his residence 917 South Jancdck street For thirtytwo years he had been a faithful and popular imploye of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company and tho news of his death was received with ixpresslons of sympathy for the bereaved family The funeral was held Vodnesday morning Rev Father Phomas York celebrating the solemn nasfl of requiem and preaching a eellng sermon on death- LEINGTO Rev Father William Punch pastor of St Peters church at Lexington Is making elaborate preparations for December 1 On that day therewith be a celebration in honor of the one hundredth anniversary ot the dedica tes of the old St Peters and the rentyfifth aiiniyenKry ot the iriwent church Ajrtt i dedica- teddayDeer21S37n D BIGOT II From New Albany Attempts to Engender Religious Prejudice In Louisville Employed by L X Here But Strictly Opposed to Foreign Labor Proves Good Foil For Evening Post Editor With A P A Views WHALLENS AUTOCRATIC POWER The following Is taken from the Kvening Post of Tuesday and republished for the benefit ol those who may not have seen or heard of it rlie lress end the Catholic Church Editor Evening Post In your In Our Mall Bag department issue of Friday October 4 1912 you printed a letter under the caption The Tariff and the Woolen Mills signed by Woolen Mill Foreman I read this letter with grea Interest especially your response to same It was also enjoyed by several friends to whom I showed It I wish to call your attention to the fact that you evade a question asked by Woolen Mill Foreman The gentleman aSKS In very simple lines Why dont you support the present bill in Congress to restrict Immigration Why is it that Congress is too cowardly to pass a stricter law to keep out these paupers Is it because Rome objects to It or Is 1 it some other reason Also the gentleman states My opinion Is that Rome controls most of the newspapers in this country and also most at the Congressmen I take It that the writer of that letter by Rome refers to the Roman Catholic church Are you an American newspaperman as you pretend to be or are you submissive to the will of the Pope at Rome that you dare not even hint at Romanism In answering a plain stalghtlor yard question concerning Rora In your responsts you refer only to foreign labor and that could very properly embrace any religious denomination You boast of a policy jf public welfare and I under ilanrtiiliftt tn mob tihnt you will the Bishop and the clergy invitation have been sent to all the clergy of the diocese The Very Rev James PI Cronin Vicar General of the diocese and the Rev Father E M Bachmann chaplain of St Josephi Orphan Asylum will be deacons or honor Following tho blessing of the building the entire body will returi to the church for solemn benediction- An elaborate banquet will be spread in the new hall at the conclusion of the exercises Covers will be laid for 330 guests who will assemble promptly atG oclock Inv tatlons have been sent to Gov Mc Creary Lieut Gov McDermott Mayor Head and many other city and State officials Many men and women of other denominations also have been Invited The Rev Father George Schuhmann D D will be toastmaster Frank A Geher will be among the speakers During the progress of the banquet a choir ofI children will render patriotic EOhga under the direction ol Sister Mary Drelcheh Miss Gertrude Simpson will be the accompanist Following Is the menu for the banquet Green Turtle A LAnglaise Celery Salted Almonds Olives Baked Whitefish Point Sherly Sauterne Potatoes Pansies Braised Beef Tenderldlns and Mushrooms Mashed Potatoes young Turkey Cranberry Sauce French Peas Claret Brick Ice Cream Layer Cake Rochetort and Swiss Cheese Wafer Crackers Demi Tasse Cognac Cigars Cigarettes Wlndthorst Hall was thrown open Tor public Inspection last Monday and in every way meets expectations The structure is two stories in height and Is built of brick and iron being tlre proof throughout On the lower loon are three schoolrooms a club oem kitchen with the boiler roomI und storeroom in the basement On the upper floor is the hall where are to be given the social and educational I Functions ot the congregation There Is more than 3000 square feet ofI floor space with a stage at onQ end il the hall A gallery seats 100 persons There also are a library checkroom and dressing rooms on the see mid floor The hall will be used lor the meetings of the societies of the hunch for dances and other gather- Ings It is expected by tho pastor to provide a meeting place for the young peqple of the church Tho first affair to be given will be a jazar NQvember 1823 1 UNVEILED onument to John Locke the Gifted Irish Poet The monument in Calvary comer oory New York erected to the emory of Johh Locke the gifted poSt and noveltet was unveiled IIrlSh much ceremony last Sunday ifternooJ1latrlekt J Haltlgan editor of the National Hibernian and rKdhig clerk of tS House otRepre satatlre delivered the oration en Whallen does not como from Rome It comes from the Democrats of Louisville It is based as we believe on the saloon vote chiefly on the Catholic vote only as it is a Demo cratic vote and on the organization vote controlled by patronage- It is noticed that he combines the saloon and Catholic vote but neglects to state that Catholics locally have been driven unanimously from the local Republican ranks one of the Republican leaders here being David B G Rose business manager and partner ol Mr Knott in the Evening Post and also official head of the Guardians ol Liberty In Kentucky The wily editor also failed to state that not a single Catholic has been given a place on the Republican ticket in the last several years the A P A and Junior Order element having almost autocratic power in making the nominations WILLIAM J CONNELLY I County President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians LAID TO REST Rear Admiral L Young Is Burled In Arlington Cemetery The body of Rear Admiral Lucien Young U S A a native of Lexing ton Ky who died in New York was jaid to rest in Arlington National cemetery In Washington Monday morning with the military honors due his rank The Rev Father OHern of the Catholic University pro nounced the last rites A firing party hf fIred a theqHtF va1lfnoLer0 C Lilt golden Jubilee of his ordination to tho holy priesthood Never did St Boniface church present a more brilliant sight than at the jubilee mass at which there was a large gathering of clergy and a vast con gregation The venerable and be loved Franciscan has spent this halt century ministering to the spiritual needs of the faithful in the St John province Ho was born in Olden burg Germany January 26 1837 Coming to this country he entered the Franciscan order and received the habit October 4 1850 On October 9 1854 he made his solemn profes sion and was ordained priest Novem ber 7 1862 in the Cincinnati Cathedral by Archbishop Purcell He was Custos of the order from August 6 1879 until August 6 1885 Until his transfer to Louisville this summer he was tar six years past Guardian of St Clement Con vent St Bernard Notwithstanding his years Father Lucas continues in the active service of the ministry and lIs frequently called upon to deliver sermons and conduct conferences for the Third order Father Gottbehpede was the recipient ot a large number of congratulatory messages from brother priests and others through out the country OREILLY 11 Served His Country Well and Now Rests In Arlington Major Gen Robert Maltland Surgeon General ofOReI1lYlformal army personal physician and intimate friend of President Cleveland died Sunday in Washington of uraemic poisoning Gen OReilly who had been ill for some time was born in Philadelphia In 1845 ot a distinguished Irish fam ilv settled in the United States after the Revolution He participated in many of the stirring events of the nations military history in the last half century Ho was in tho civil war as a medical cadet and saw hard service in the Indian campaigns In the SpanishAmerican war Gen OReilly was Chief Surgeon of tho Fourth Army Corps Gen OReilly was a member of the Evacuation Commission at Havana and Chief Surgeon of the division of Cuba dur lug the first American He ended his active occupationI geon General of the army serving from 1902 to 1909 when he was i retired with the rank of Major General In recognition of distinguished services The body of the dead soldier was burled in Arlington Na tiorial cemetery with military honors Tuesday morning UNDECIDED On account of the many repairs on Seventh street south of Broadway the residents have been annoyed with veritable dust storms dally duo to aI lack of sprinkling and afterBeyera indignation meetings are undecided aa to whether they will lynch Alder m iW1e Overberg or Councilmen Mike McDerinott an4r T0I Morrow I 00- p EAT ROSA DR UNION BfADB Libels Redeemable at Klrkys 5 and lOc Stnre n DEVLIN Declares Ulsters Covenant a Bluff Against Hoirio Joseph Devlin member of Piii ment for West Belfast who Is kno to many Louisville people has wr ten the following statement on J meaning of the Ulster covenant You ask me what is the meant of the Ulster covenant and the pro able result It Is meant to thin dust in the eyes of the British pi pie to bluff them Into the notl that the first consequence ot I enactment ot home rule will be F e preparation ol Carson and his fox lowers to rebel against the authority ot the Irish Parliament and tho armed revolt of Ulster against any attempt to enforce the authority of that Parliament in that part of Ulster where Carsons supporters have the majority It is an attempt to overawe the imperial Parliament and to prevent the concession ot thd constitutional demand of the IrlgJ people for home rule Public opinii Is too well informed and enllghteu In England now for any such atteil to 1 succeedThe ascendancy party made similar threats In the Awhich came to nothing They threatened civil war if Catholic emancipa ion was granted in 1829 They threatened to kick the Queens crown into the Boyne 11 the Protestant church in Ireland was disestablished and oh practically every occasldnSof reform their threats have been repeated They proved only to be idle words and there is no reason why the present threats should provp otherwise Civil war in Ulster would civil ruin for those responsible mealhome rule bill provides for the nued representation Of Ireland ilterand ted it tllr it tliengenmiintrlbuted any such wicked folly to the Irish Parliament All of the home rulers almost stood aghast at this tremendous withdrawal by the Orangemen and saw almost with Incredulity though with unbounded delight the whole of the Orange OrangehandshandsThe progress of the mpasuro was Interrupted a few hours on Wednesday by the rather suddeta change ot ffront by tie Ministry with regard to the Irish Senate Premier ASquith substituting proportional repre sentation for the mere nomination after the first five years of home rule Bonar Law Insisted that he had riot had sufficient notice and demanded an adjournment which Asqulth was obliged by Parlia mentary rules to concede But when on Thursday night Bonar Law had thuncTered against this concession as worthless and the whole of the Tory party had repeated these denunciations they refused to challenge a division and amid the mocking laughter of all the home rulers the change was made with universal assent All of these events indicate that the Irreconcilable hostility tQ nome rule which the Orangemen proclaimed with such a loud beating ot Orange drums is breaking down and that the home rule measure In stead of losing ground and being battered by the debate is making its way steadily and triumphantly and that the bill will leave the committee stage which Is the most dangerous in the House ot Commons practically UnchangedNext two sharp corners are Iq bo turned The fIrst will come vrnea Philip Snowden the English Socialist proposes female suffrage for the Irish Parliament but prac tically all the home rulers including even the female suffragists agree that this domestic question should be left to tho Irish Parliament The second corner will come with the proposal to give Ireland some control ver the customs This proposal ex cites some misgivings among the free traders and also among some ot the Scotch Federatlonists who think that this clause puts difficulties in the way of Scotch home rule later on But though a group of twenty members canvassed these views there is no danger of any split and the proposals of the bill when explained and debated will rally practically very Liberal member I Everything is going splendidly and Premier AsqUlth who looked very ill last week now shows a face 9talmost boyish freshness and gaiety ohm Dillon has returned to the House after his severe accident but IsI still weak and exhausted Joseph Devlin still romaine on the sick list WELCOME VISITOR The Kentucky Irish American had 88 a visitor this week the Rev Brother Kevlno S C QtNQtleD- IIII1e University Brother Klnspent a tel days here in the interest cfr The Ave Maria one of our great Jathollc magazines Before Is vlnr keiexpre cid himself as highly 1m irMted with the evidence of Oath 0110 growth in Louiavili 91 El UT m e K NTUOK2 lRiH f AMJOaIOA I 1 1flMLRiGfiftM to tie Social sad Moral AdTancetaeaeat of Irish Aoerkaas and Catfeellci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CathoHc Kalghts of America NTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Puhllhere BSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ge HnUr d it tile UntiTllI Poitofflc ai QicoadClM flatten rent all CoumBileatloas to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreei St OUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 1912 1 Iino Kentucky Irish American lers congratulations to ths nty Board and Ancient Order ot ernlans upon its work last Sun and upon the wisdom displayed iio selection of officers We also jrn our sincere thanks for the ly expressions and continued en wont of this paper Those lonpred by the County Board last unday are gentlemen of integrity and high standing In this com taunlty who will carry high the banner of Hlbernlanism The affairs j jf the grand old order could not be laced in better hands Let all alto and give the new board their lidiVlded and hearty support- LOUISVILLE luisvtlle is one of the best cities e United States and If not even Best it Is no worse than the best erefore it is to be regretted that ny one in high position should bo Continually reflecting upon its people and government making charges upon rumor and hearsay evidence lat any judge or court would rule ut Those persons who are filling 10 ears of those high in authority Ith stories of law violations should e brought before the grand Jury and nade to tell what they know This ould clear the situation and put an r + w i- a fairI earance and bids to give our risible muscles more occupation than they have ever got from the machinemade Jokes of our Eocalled funny papers Indeed it tit future career proves worthy ot Its beginning it is hard to see how bursting our sdeswe can escape with laughter like a floury potato i In the boll as we witness its squirms rf ferocious and impotent bigotry Interlarded with the glib misrepre sentations of which Its kind is so prolific Apart from its value as a mirthmaker we welcome the Ameri can Citizen because it will do for us what we would never take the trouble to do for ourselvesIt will unmask the little gang of Job bigots and political mountebanks 0hunterswho parade under the name ot the Guardians of Liberty The Guardians and their kind are today wondering where they stand Their threats and claims have proved futile and always will They are not needed and should disband CHAllAOTEIUSTIO OF TENOTT On Wednesday of this week the Evening Post editor attacked the ability of the present Fire department charging the men with incom petency and that the collision at z1Eighth and Walnut between the street car and hook and ladder was caused as were previous aocldents by reckless and ignorant driving of members of the Fire department As was proven the street car ran Into the hook and ladder while the latter was crossing the street Intersection but aside from this the driver was John Morris a member of the depart ment for fifteen years and during that time had been a reel driver engine driver and driver of the hook and ladder even during the Grin stead administration and before till connection with the department drove a hack for a livelihood which should even convince the contrary r editor of the Post that he was aI competent driver In regard to the y farther incompetency of the Fire department at charged by the Evening I Post the letters of praise re ceived after every large fire are i contradiction enough and If there ww an iota of fairness or justice In Editor Knott he would apologize to I Chief Leban and his brave men for hie hasty and bitter screed STRIKING CONTRAST D The Kentucky Irish American Honed impress upon all men the words of Cardinal Gibbons who topobt perpetuated It It to to be handed c flown unlapaired to future genera r tion It must rest oft tie eternal o QJ terly impossible impracticable and can any sane man suppose that the great mass will ever vote for such a system Socialism is an Insult to the laboring man It reduces him to the condition vbf the brute figuring for him mostly their great cry for food clothing and shelter logs horses and animals get that In the way of feed blankets and place to Meep MAKE NOTE Those who favor us with news are espectfully asked to remember that atter intended for publication in ie current issue of the Kentucky Irish American should be sent to this office not later than Wednesday evening as only a very limited amount of copy can be put in type Thursday morning before press time HELPS IRISH CAUSE Before the opening of Englands Parliament last Monday T P OConnor Irish statesman and member for Liverpool declared that the tremendous problem of foreign policy confronting the Government does not seriously diminish the growing keenness and excitement among British politicians with regard to the terrific battle to begin In the House of Commons At present the Liberal ranks are In better spirits and greater cohesion than during the closing days of the last session Sir Edward Carsons campaign with the open threats of cIvIl war and the appeals by himself and by his Bishops and clergymen to the bitterest and most sectarian passion have done the Liberal and Irish cause an Immense service and the Liberal now demand that the Government shall promptly declare that if such appeal do lead to an outbreak of violence in Ulster the Ministry will be ready to meet It with aft over whelming force and crush it effectually In short John Bulls lt1npdrt ln- r It 1 a l lit imply any indifference to religious principles Far from it Church and State move in parallel lines The State throws over the Church the mantle of its protection without in terfering with the Godgiven rights of conscience and the Church on her part renders valuable aid to the State In upholding the civil laws by relig ious and moral sanctions BARKER NEEDED It the Louisville Baseball Club Is Bold to local capitalists they could make no better move than securing the services of Attorney Thomas A I Barker as a guiding hand his legal knowledge of the great national pastime making him the man needed for a guaranteed success That the manufacturers of this country are busier than ever andI that we are enjoying an unprecedent ed wave of prosperity Is Indisputably attested by the fact that the coal raffle is away above anything ever known More coal Is being mined than is being sold and all talk of ia shortage Is merely conjecture which assures a season of steady employment in all Industries After close study the Heralds Argus gave the Rlfth district to the Bull Moose by a majority of from 6000 to 10000 over Taft Evidently Argus knew something With Sherley Johnson Stanley and the others In the House and Ollie James in the Senate the Bluegrass State will occupy fIrst place after March Kentucky did her duty and to Chairman Camden and Chairman McQrath who were always on the Job too much credit can not be vonPretty hard work for the weather observer these days not being able toe through the gloom surrounding the Custom House The old reliable tariff statistics are now laid aside for another four years and the roorbach has sought ItsI hole illi 1 The Herald worked early and later the Progressives And the result Kentucky did Itself proud with 05000 majority for Wilson roe Sale dome Bull Moose ea leiBB anIUterature nAP OP WIMIfLlr61 Two hundred words a minute IB 1 aimed for a simplified system of rirelete telegraphy Invented btaro- unaf Frenchman ocu 1 t i 9i 1- tr xshag Improper influence behind closed doors with a Judge This rule is ono of the sources of Ihe New York Heralds strength SOLEMN VESPERS Close Jubilee Exercises of St Prances of Rome Church St Frances of Rome church was crowded to its very doors last Sunday evening at solemn vespers which wai the closing exercises of the day lart Sunday being the sliver Jubilee an niversary of the Clifton church Rev Father Ohio was celebrant at the vesper services Father Raffo acting as deacon and Father Ackermann aa subdeacon Very Rev Father Cronin delivered the sermon and congratulated Father White the pastor and his congregation on tho fact that they were clear of debt after many hard years of trials and struggles Among the priests in the sanctuary were Rev Father A J Brady and Rev Father John OCon nor St Frances of Rome chursiv was built in 1887 the present pastor Father White being appointed to take charge he having been ordained six years previous to the building ot the church II KENTUCKY ROMANCE Beulah Poynter who has long been popular with the theatergoers here and remembered for her former successful engagements at the Wal BEUCAH POYNTER nutstreet Theater will be the offer- Ing next week at that popular playhouse Miss Poynter is said to be scoring a decided tit this season with a delightful presentation of A Ken r John Hoppenjohn of Flint Mo has been spending the week at hold home In New Albany where he came to be present at the Hopper JobnWarth nuptials Peter MoGarry and bride who was Miss Lula Ringo of Ellzabethtown are receiving their friends at 742 South Eighteenth street where they will make their home Miss Elizabeth Campbell wasI hostess to her Five Hundred Club last Friday at her home on Par drive in the Highlands There wer three tables and a number of handsome favors In the presence of many friends Miss Kate Libs of Floyd Knobs and George Baumann of Jeffersonvllle were married by the Rev Joseph Ser mersheim at St Marys of the Knobs church Wednesday morning The many friends of Misses Marguerite and Anita Hammond Seventh l and St Catherine will be rejoiced to learn that they have fully recoveredl from an Illness of scarlet fever the confined them to their home for the past month Many Louisville people were glad to welcome Daniel J McCarthy who arrived from Washington last week to vote for Wilson and Marshall For the past twentyfive years Mr Mc Carthy has held a good position in the Government Printing Bureau He also spent a few days visiting friends and relatives In Frankfort where he spent his boyhood days st Marys church In New Albany was the scene of a pretty marriage Wednesday morning when John Hoppenjohn and Miss Carrie Warth were united in the holy bonds of wedlock with a nuptial macs cele brated by the Rev Father Bolbertz The bride and groom have a wide circle of friends and a large gather Ing witnessed the ceremony Miss KatherIne Shea of New Al bany and J J Blainoy of Now York were married Monday night at Holy Trinity church the Rev Charles Curran the rector officIat- Ing Tho bride is a daughter of the late John Shea and has lived all of her life in New Albany where she is widely known and highly esteemed and the groom is connected with the construction of the new Kentucky and Indiana bridge GOOD SUGGESTION While rumors are flying about as to who PreldeJ1t leet Wilson will appoint to the local Postmastership the name of Lawrence J Mackey has been suggested His long experience In the Fostoffice would prove him toe the right man in the right place ALTAR SOCIETYS NIGHT I Next Wednesday afternoon and venlhg the ladles of the Altar So sty of St James church will enter tahi with a euchre and lotto party ad oyster supper at Trinity Hall torton and Baxter avenue The good omen of the Highlands are giving its entertainment to assist in sale ing funds for the erection ot the altar 0- v l J 1 THE MOTHER Och the loneliness the wastefulness How empty Is the scene That greets me on the roadway Ai I walk to Skibbereen For though I love the Shamrock And the Joys of land and sea My heart keeps achln achin For the chllder far from me Och I I can not be contented- I can not dry the tears That fill my eyes when thlnkin Of the loneliness of years For aged and worn and wearied- I sit and muse all day An my heart keeps ever tbrobbln- As i my wellworn beads I pray There are other mothers like me They are scattered oer the Isle For the homes are scarce In Erin All the youth are in exile And all wo have to comfort us Are the letters that we read But the words of love from children Set our achin hearts to bleed We moan alone in our despair Our thought beyond the sea And the crushing weight o sorrow Keeps pressing heavily For we know the childer wont come- backI Their lives are spent for love That their mothers may have shelter Until theyre called above Josephine Byrne Sullivan SOCIETY 1 i Miss Ethel Wathen left Sunday to I spend a week at Lebanon as the guest of Mrs Roby ttMIssI Julia Malone has been spend ing a week ia Newport visiting Mrs Paul Hardeman I IIrs i I Lee Hamilton spent last week- at Bardstown visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ben Johnson I IlrrI H H Fust has had as her guest for the past week Miss Florence Mahoney of New Haven I II1sses Nellie and Florence Bar rett are home after a pleasant visit with the Misses Foley at Pewee Valley I I IIrs W G ORourke and daughter Miss Helen of Parkview have been visiting friends In Bowling Green I IJohn B Oetken tho well known cereal salesman Ihas Just returned from a business trip to Bowling Green i i I Mrs Pierre Dawson has returnedl to her home in Indianapolis after a pleasant visit with her mother Mrs E J Langan j II1ss Mary Fra ces Fitzgerald left last week to visit the Misses Fox at Buffalo before going to Montreal to attend college Mrs Paul E R dman and son Hugh who were g eats of Mrs E J Langan have retiijrhed to their lion eI lUt lUlr iilo i uni u State Council now numbers among 1fiE officers some of themost representa tive and influential Catholic men h1 the great metropolis among then IMichael P Loughran Thomas IH Larkin and Edward Feeney exI President of the American Federa tlon of Catholic Societies Michae J Quinn also of New York has fOI years been an able and valued mem i tier of the Supreme Board ol TrusteesGRAND PRIZE PARTY The committee and members 01 Branch 32 C K of A of St Vlncen do Pauls parish ask their friend not to forget their first grand euchrE and lotto party to be given nexl Wednesday afternoon and night It the old school hall at Shelby an Oak streets Admission will be onl II ten cents and for thosd who don take part in the games there will bi I plenty of amusement Besides twi loads of coal as the first prize therE will be a hundred others many coj them very handsome I FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours prayer begins at the high mass tomorrow at the Church of Our Lady Thirtyfifth an Rudd avenue During these beautl I iul devotions Rev Father Cdnnif the pastor will be assisted by l1 number of clergymen The sanctuar will be especially beautified ancJ illuminated by the Altar Society Many people will visit the Churct of Our Lady before the solemn clos- Ing of the services on Tuesday- INCORZOIIATED The Catholic Choral Society with no capital stock this week med articles of incorporation with thi County Clerk Among the Jncorpor ators are Rev Ignatius M WIlkins Prof Anthony Molengraf rank A Geher Joseph F Hubbuch and Henr Bosfle This society will work for the advancement and taste for good music During the coming season the Choral Society will give an en tertainment for the benefit of St Lawrence Institute for boys I GOLDEN WEDDING Mr and Mrs Martin Ehalt aged and highly esteemed residents of New Albany celebrated their golden wedding Sunday with a family ra union and dinner at their home 211 West Main street Both are natives of Germany They have ten chil dren Charles Adam Henry John Frankfand William Ehalt Mother Agatha Superior of St Scholastica Convent In Arkansas Slater Almeida of Oldenburg Ind Mrs Mary Albin and Mrs Theresa Taylor During the day and evening many friends and neighbors called to offer con gratulation LEAVES ONE SISTER Edward Hayes aged seventyfive died Saturday morning at the home II of his nephew John Mackey near Maysville The deceased who was one of the moat prosperous farmers in the county pa a native of Ireland but came to ntucky in his youth One lite wives him I c I e V Churchill Downs===Fall Meeting I 19 Days Racing THE FALLS HANDICAP SIX FURLONGSI I STAKESImom OP NunnuI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere I I I Now York City Chapter commemorated Discovery day last night In Carnegie Hall- Oklahoma Knights will hold their State convention today at Tulsa and- ii I tomorrow Initiate a large class Lecturer H F Lutkemeier has arranged a splendid lecture series for the next two months for the Knights of Frankfort The Knights of Batavia N Y have acquired the Barton property on Bank street for a home Its cost when Improved will be about 8000 Louisville Council will install its officers on Wednesday November I6 Grand Knight P H Callahan will then announce his committee appointments I The Knights of Plainfield will today present a handsome American flag to Bonnie Burn Sanitorium the now county institution1 in honor ot Columbus day New Albany Council will observe Landing day tomorrow night with a public meeting In Trinity Hall An entertaining programme of music and addresses will be rendered Niagara Falls Knights in consid eration of the excellent work done in connection with the carrying out of A scheme for the building of a new home reelected its present officers for another term- lfilwaukeo Knights will celebrate tomorrow at the Pabst Theater Among the speakers will be Judge Martin J Wade of Iowa Rabbi Hlrschborg of Milwaukee and Hon Guy Goff United States District Attorney I FORTY HOURS With Impressive and beautiful solemnity the Forty Hours Adoration will begin tomorrow morning at the high mass at St Boniface church Jackson and Fehr avenue The Franciscan fathers make this one ot the great religious occasions at St Boniface church opening and closing with processions of the church sodalities The services will come to a brilliant close Tuesday night she lens rRR L rrI1lsltesldec GUINNESS l Ambitious to Step Into I Breach For Amerl =t can Cap Ci CiII I Lipton had not decided to make an attempt to lift the Americas cup another Irishman f the Hon Rupert Guinness of the t big brewing firm of Dublin Ireland 8 was inclined to step Into the breach Among his many activities yachting t has always claimed a considerable 1 share of the Hon Ruperts attention 1 and for quite a number of years he r has made no secret of his ambition t to try and secure that cup Ho says now that should the genial Sir Thomas fall to come to terms with the New York yachting authorities f he is prepared to come along at short notice and build the necessary boat Apart from the glory that would attach to the restoration of the cup to England the heir to tho l Iveagh millions feels that his polite cal popularity would be very I materially enhanced If he succeeded In the exploit- In any case lack of money will not hamper his ambitions because her will have the full support of the I Guinness family If It had not been for the friendly relations that have existed BO long between himself and Sir Thomas he would have Issued a challenge twelve months ago but he agrees that Sir Thomas has first call on the challenge I IBOATING CLUB OFFICERS A of the Pastime Boating Club was held at the Old Inn and officers for the ensuing term of one year wore elected as follows President William J Imorde Vice President William Ruedeman Secretary George B Carney Treasurer V K Ecker Captain William L Martin Baseball Director H A Schildt Tennis Director J J Gaff coy Launch Director JO Hero Directors of the club B Imorde Thomas J Hines C A Weir A I luncheon was served to the mem bers after the meeting I ILEAP YEAR DANCE I club of Unity Council II jt Y M I of New Albany will give an Invitation Loap year dance at- M ennercher Hall next Monday night The arrangement committee consists of Julius Armbruster Law rence Graf Fred Huber Carl Relsz and Robert LeistII BISHOP MAW GUESTS The Right Rev Bishop Harkins and Rev D M ILowney of Providence R I were last week guests of Right Rev Bishop Mass In CoyingtcD They were ea route home from the dedication of the I Wichita Cathedral and a trip through the West PRESIDKNT CHTOWIOK I The Board of Trustees of thell Catholic Bummer Seaool America 1 CITY I Classik Shoes NNNfNli11NN- rr FORtI Boys and Girls j They are made to wear made especially for us 2 according to our own specifications They are abso j lutely all solid leather throughout no cutoff vamps tI buyCLASSIKj iis made shoes FOR GIRLSI Sizes 11 12 to 2 at150and 175 Sizes 2 12 to 6at 200 and 250 Ii F t I5 12 to 8 100 and 25 I I of i AVENUE MARKET IIa sia NN+ 53b be than First and A and and if 7 t I Nov 10 iI THREE GREAT E1 His Latest A Sunday Matinee and evening and Matinees and night and Satnr day I will conclue with Mati nees 25c I Nights and Sunday Matinee 25c 35c Work a PRICES 550 S Both 223 at their annual which took place In New City the election of officers was held chose the Very Rev John datlee made It for him to longer hold the office Father Chid wick was the on the ill fated Maine CLUBS TO UNITE The clubs of Buffalo are 1I- to be united in one central 1l Ion without loss of The I board of will be vested in IE from each jsoelety or club I 1 The sixth reunion at La in lat c week waa largely attended 8411 oIIu- s t 7Oct TODAY Sizes 10 to 13 150 Sizes rto 2 Sizes 2 12 to 5 12 500 Olz PHI DREN 1Sizes IandI t Nature Shaped Lasts Insuring Freedom Toes I i HERMAN FOURTH STRAUS e SONS STREET C SOtNUNNNNNN tNNN Southern Star Block Coal PER TONYoull satisfied wehandleYards Pope Payne Magnolia SOUTHERN COAL AND COKE CO INCORPORATED H LET MEKEEP YOUR RAZORS AND SAFETY BLADES SHARP Plain Razors 25c Each Safety Blades 30c Per Doz DRUGGISTIWALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee PLAYS THOMAS SHEA 1In Production Man and His Wife Tuesday Thursday Wednesday Monday Thursday nights HydeIgagemenf THE BELLS Tuesday Thursday Saturday SOcBEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- heleotroPe Etc Cemetery specialty REASONABLE JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST FOURTH AVE PkJnes adjourned meeting York when yearly Josephsseminary JIHlckeyimpossible Chaplain Catholic organiza autonomy government delegate COVINGTON annual Balatts Academy Covington Oct 16 FOR BOYS 12 175 i I iiaNiNH Fifteenth K FOR I Furniture JJ- Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST FIRST CL- ASSCOAL LowLargePromThe LV3Ptl6art33STBADEWATEB8LAOSSe35PrTTSBUBOH 425rELLXCo415TBAIOKTSS4J8TBAIQHTSLACJI IlOO All Per TOM of 8000 Potuld- auamm2EE eeee trx exert TOU Ties sZEN TzASnr STA1CP8 QaI nnnnnn FRANKEL COAL GO EIGHTH AND ZANE were Vfeesr Olty 9810 JnmberUmft Kumr South 104BT roved a most enjoyable affair Fol wing are the newly elected officers lisa Frances Mahon President Mlse Itella Keegen Vice President Mfcwv Settle OBrien Secretary and Miss Lora Murphy Treasurer CATHOLIC SCHOOL CHILDRKtf In the Catholic parochial schools if this country there art 1546000 uplls sad 30000 teachers t r r- r trr I NTUOKY SRlSa AMERIOANIJNEW FALLSU- ITSandOVERCOATT 10 TO 25THE BEST VALUES IN AMERICA CUNNING LEWIS BROTZG N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE jLIf McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Answered Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t t t t t t tij Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETa TELEPHONE 810 V rq riI HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 1 J JSONSrFUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Stlreetpttl A TRIAL WILL PROVEWHERE OTHERS FAILED THAT affipfffiuelIerc 1 RflLUMFITIG Reified Is the BEST and SUREST rheumatic remedy on the market It tis recommended by PHYSICIANS and praised by thousands For sale at all uptodate drug stores FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS NEW FALL SHAPES NOW READY Bring Your Felt and Beaver at From last season and we will clean dye and reblock them in the lat est styles to look like new With the most modern equipment we guarantee firstclass work Thirty years in business Is our record Banister Co Props 713 W Jefferson St HENRY flUNOLD DBAX3R IM Stapli and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty hIM NMM 4330 524 Wi WALNUT i I HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FIND WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Kentucky WbtaWei wpeclally Pearl of NelsonJI01vrJXIt N BOND Ti4tf k M mi 214 s XTN STliKT rJ- u a 1 J1 c K KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Ph ographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST GARBS PICTURE FRAMING 32- 1lfut nn Jetfteri e LovltU THOMAS KEENAN Fuiral Dlrictir ndElhlrTEL- EPHONE 3M Alt TaklaCsirMaaa 122S W MARKET ST r lIl 11 j GOOD FOLK Told Undeniable Truths b a New York Protestant In a recent Issue of Life we find the following from J P Lucas with agreeWhilegoofolksabout the religious beliefs of our aspirants to political office why is 1 it that all seem to like to take a peck at the Roman Catholic Its funny Its to laugh Especially when the most bitter declare theyre the only ones who are saving the country Were not the Puritans the Quakers the Huguenots and other I theIwhy should one sect be entitled to more than the other Wo hear a lot about how Roman Catholics are driving the country to the dogs But who made these United States possible 1 Wasnt It Catholic Prance when the men of 1776 were down and out that tent her war vessels her sollders her Generals and money to us and saVed us while Lutheran Germanys Hes sian troops and Englands were try Ing to crush us under foot My ancestors have been on these shores since the day they arrived with William Penn and they fought and bled to make these United States but they did no more and today are do ing no more to make the eagle scream than are our Roman Catholic I citizens NINE DAY- SWldelnterestln t Race Meet Ing at Churchill Downs Everywhere throughout the coun try there is a marked Interest In the fall meeting of the New Louisville Jockey Club at Churchill Downs which opens Monday and closes anisectionsthe running on the opening day of the Endurance stakes a fourmile race In which are entered the star horses of the American turf This will be the most notable affd excit- Ing race ever witnessed In this coun try and will be contested for by a big field There will be six high class races every day all the purses being 500 and over Wednesday the Cherokee selling stakes will be run CltrhandicapGrainger and Manager Matt Wlnn have arranged a meeting that will maintain the record of Chjirchlll Downs which have Been Improved and put in splendid shape Charles F Price will be the presiding judge which Is a guarantno that each will be fair Though the meeting i of short duration it should prove the best in the history of racing in Ken tucky r One of the most curious customs I of the Laplanders is the manner of taking the tiabies to church Thjj mothers go regularly even when they have wee tiny babies Some times they ride ten or fifteen miles In a sleigh drawn by reindeer They all have warm clothes on the baby In particular Oftentimes it i wrapped in bearskins As soon as the family arrives at the littl church and the reindeer is secured Father Lapp shovels a snug little bed of snow and Mother Lapp wraps baby snugly in skins and lays It down there Then Father Lapp piles the snow all around it and the parents go into the church Over twenty or thirty of these babies lie out there In the snow around the church and I never heard of one that was suf focated or frozen The snow does not make them cold for when it covers a person all over it he has clothing enough so that it will not melt and wet him it will keep him warm The little babies are not strong enough to knock the snow I aside and get away so they just lie still there and go to sleep When I tchurchi where the baby Is and puts his down into the snow and handsII jt IItheni takesSagainliFIGHTING FORCE In event of war the United States could raise an army of 20473684 men according to the last figures I J obtained by the Census Bureau1J There were that many males of military I age between eighteen and fortyfour years In the j countryII FOR WOMANS jf Metal trimmings are one of the new hat features Braid is used In limited quantities only on tailored suits Nearly all the new fall bats arecnoticeable for the soft effects Stocks of black satin and white shadow lace are In great favor 111 IIonII j I Plaited lace rovers and cuffs apI pear on some of the prettiest waistsII Some of the new hats for fall are of white silk plush or heavy corded silk Among the new neckwear llorII collars are seen both large small andIII J Tho twopiece tunic overblouses I continue to show apron andPostU ion effects I11 Some of the new white hats have I big black velvet bows perqhed on 1 their brims i 1 A bright strong plum color Is one of the favprlte shades for the coming season The bolero has reappeared with Plaited skirt but it ir also worm with plain ones Nothing la smarter for a young girls school trfrek thanr tbm j plited repro lth1aovabte cuffr aid patent l athr WK I U a i j iI FOR Furniture i J Of 111 Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to I WM F MAYER STB MONUMENTS Having purchased the entire stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to im prove their cemetery lois at very low prices Give us a call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Cor BEDDING PLANTS1 Geraniums Roses- tieleotropa1 Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HOME PHONE 3924 Fre GroceryT and Cdfe FINE WINES AND LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCO MadisonsCome and see the Ball Game Every Sunday Heffernans and Best Amateur teams in the city f +a mT CENTRAL FURNITURE GO Incorporated N W Cor Third aad Green Sts We furnish the homo com paymentsB Depreu H BOSSE lQSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 51O FtII AVENUETelephone 102- 2POWERFUL LOCOMOTIVE The most powerful locomotive tin thie r the Virginian railroad It can haul 155 loaded fiftyton opacity good S trucks at ten miles an hour It has sixteen driving wheels The locomo tine and tender weigh 752000 pounds and the firebox is large to hold a shunting locomo ve THOSE IIATCOVEIIEU EVES Times have changed They hav Indeed In my day a young fella looked into a girls eyes and told her that he loved her but now he cant carry out that program f she happens to have her hat on The prevailing style of a womans upper story therefore makes an artistic propos l strictly fai indoor performance KNEW HIS OWN VALUE Two new negro men came up to the outskirts of a crowdwhere a candidate for office was making a campaign speech After listening to the speech for about ten minutes one of them turned to his companion and asked Who am dat man Sambo Ah dont know what his name am Sambo replied but he cer- tainlY do recommen hieselt mos highly DELICIOUS FOR SUPPER youitomdelicious dish for n light supper Fr your bacon until It becomes nice and brown and crispy Have your tom toes cut up In rathen thick sprinkle lightly with sugar and fry i the fat left Prom the bacon Use little butter if necessary Place the tomatoes in the center of a large dish with the bacon placed around the edges THINK OF IT JIetheJngtoCfprFotrs wlol vat by tk flit of birth 4 J goo r 1 1 POPE PIUS Reports of the Eucharistictonsjrcss PI Us Ills Heart With Joy I IIThe repottlIgreps at Vienna the more my heart is tohavesum as Papal Legate to the congress letterfromanswer to that which the Pope wrote to him accrediting the Legate at Vienna The Holy Father is also greatly pleased at seeing how all the I includingAmerIca countries of the world were repre J considerable number of ecclesiastics otto of the Popes private Chamber lains of the Cape and Sword Marquis Martin Maloney of Philadelphia forhisnext Eucharistic Congress will be i BourneArchbishopprobably be the Papal Legate Such a concourse Is expected that owing to the Impossibility of housing alll the capitalr steamers gto tries and have the steamers remain habltaflann this way there will be one or moro steamers onfromROSARY The Virtue of This Most Ex cellent Catholic Devotion MotherChurch excellendevotion t notInbheardt the upothereference uponthemtowarGodthePsalmisthimseltillspoke with his tongue Let us like wise muse upon these mysteries till the fire of divine love kindles within us and then we may profitably use tbo vocal prayer of the rosary twill be better thus to say a thebeadsanHailthetireportion to the ground we get over KIND ACTS PAY A few little kindl eases done for an nmIJlyrepaids9venteen year oidgirl who lives witht Madden beenbequeathedGeorge Hanson of Brooklyn N Y Hanson who was twentyseven years old and rich died in Brooklyn a month ago from the effects of fever contract ed in Mexico Miss Madden who came to Colorail- with her parents nearly three year- ago formerly resided In a littl suburb of Brooklyn the principal res workersAtf Hanson lived next door to the Mad girlhelpedand performed various acts of kind ness for her- Hanson at that time was in Mexico prospecting Ho struck it rich but contracted a severe fever in the youth ern country He sold ibis mining tohisIn the meantime the Maddens had moved West When her son returned klndneFRshownthat be determined to remember Miss I willI too modest to die cuss her goad fortune when Inter admittedthaftbeamount of money she had hoped to amass during her entire life I I really never did anything worth mentioning for Mrs Hanson she said We were neighbors and I used to held her a little because she was sickewAccording to the will Miss Madder does not receive the principal until1 Be becomes of ago During the five years she Is forced to watt she will1 receive the interest HOUSEaIII I j IChicken fat Is far belter than but ter to use in making a white sauce when creaming chicken If a curtain or portiere pole i rubbed with hard soap before bein put up the draperies will slip on easily Dates and figs cut in small pieces and served with plenty of sugar make a tasty accompaniment to a dish of rice boiled in milk Cheese may be kept soft and goodI for a long time if wrapped Ina cloth wrung out in vinegar and then wrapped again in dry cloth Whole wheat or brown bread cu into very thin slices and spread wit Unsalted butter is tasty served with oysters on the half shell maYY kept for months if immersed 1in destroys9tho beuon hand it is o good plan to 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Telephone Us and We Send For Them Horne Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS NNlN004NH ONNMOH THERE IS A REASON FOR IT- s j II The great popularity and demand for the celebrated GAS 4 is due entirely to its great effici ency durability and great saving quality Sold on easy payments and connected SON 215 Market St near Second lisiNN 11 OUT OUT THIS AD I MOLES QUICK rtlEALI RANGE fre- eGEHER AND WARTS MOLESOFFfor the removal of MOLES and WARTS without pain and leaving neither scar nor mark is the same remedy that we sold yo grandmother and has since its1first appearance upon the market carried with it the UNANIMOUS INDORSEMENT of MAN and WOMAN MOLESOFP was the best la ploaeer days is stilj the best today Our llong experience projects you We guarantee tt Letters from personages we all know together with much valuable information are contained in au attractive booklet which will be sent free upon request It you have any trouble getting MOLESOFF sendone dollar direct to the undersigned z Ooc hundred dollars la gold will be paid to the party nulling to ns a picture of thetoKlvM before and after using MOLESOFF thM pictures D to be accepted and paedb us for advertising MOCESOFF One million people will ass your picture with and without an ugly growth on yonrpersnFLORIDA DISTRIBUTING L CO Dept A 230 I P nsaeolaFlorida- tr c C Ut u an C In HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doin the Past WeekOeneral News Notes I I Three new auxiliaries are being organized in Philadelphia During the past term the membership in Minnesota increased over 700Massachusetts has thirtyfive companies in the military branch of the order The Hibernians headed a division of the big Central Verein parade at ToledoMrs John Arthur State President will soon institute a fine auxiliary at Newcastle Ind Division 3 meets Monday night = The proceedings will be Interesting and ImportantIbranch with eight companies of Hibernian Rifles Reports at the Indianapolis count convention show a net increase of nearly 100 members Louisiana reports a new division and a large increase In membershIp during the past term National Preslednt Regan has ai excellent chance of being elected tc Congress from Minnesota Virginia Hibernians will continue their 50 per year for prizes for St Edwards College in Huntington There were 300 pale and 2251 eIsotaeI In Indianapolis the auxiliaries are planning a celebration of St Brlgidi PatIrlcksWith a band of twentyfive piece the Hibernian Knights will lead their division in the Cathedral dedication parade at Denver Illinois Hibernians favor the In- surancer proposition Member to should give this question consideration before the referendum vote Division 2 of Buffalo which two years ago had only a few falthfu followers has now a membership of over 300 and a substantial treasury Col J P Sullivan was the unan- Imous choice for another term as State President at the Louisiana State convention held at New Or leansRemember the county conVention to be held Sunday at Bertrand Han Every delegate should be present and all members of the order afi invited Th6 card party given by the Ladles Auxiliary at Utica for St Johns Orphan Asylum was attendee by a great audience and proved a gratifying success Archbishop James J Keane Bishop Davis Bishop Dowling and Bishop Oarrigan sent letters ol blessing and encouragement to the Iowa State convention at Cedar Rap- Ids j With nlnetyfl e delegates present the Ladles Auxiliary made a fine showing at the Iowa State conven tion hey wlll jglyean additional 200 to the Hibernian lund for church extension Church State and city extended felicitations to Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly recently elected head of the Ladles Auxiliary at the compli mtfntary reception and banquet ten dered her by the order at Providence f MOURN TIER DEATH I A fine Catholic Irish woman passed away when Mrs Hannah Hickey widow of the late James Hickey died at the residence of her daughter Mrs William Aiudd 316 Avery street after an illness of two years Since her girlhood she had lived in this city and was widely I known for her lovable and charitable disposition She is survived by three sons Micahel J and John Hickey oC ChiIcagopolice department Mrs Nellie and Mrs Hannah Faust MuddII neral took place Sunday afternoon from Holy Name church Rev Father OConnor officiating at the solemn obsequies A long concourse fol t lowed the remains to St Louis ceme tery where they were laid beside her beloved husband COSTLY PAULIST CHURCH The Paullst Fathers of New York City are perfecting their plane to build a 100000 church a school and a monastery on newly acquired property in North Manhattan Ac cording to the announcement made by the Right Rev John J Hughes Superior General of the order the order had been quietly buying prop erty for this purpose and it was only a short time ago that the deed was signed for the last plot of ground upon which is to be erected the new group of buildings The Paulist Fathers havebought twentytwo lots opposite the new Isham Park Their property has a frontage of 200 feet In Broadway 200 feet in Cooper street and 296 feet in Isham street The proposed church will be known as the Church of the Good Shepherd The work is in charge of the Rev Thomas Dally who has been appointed rector by the Superior General It is planned to make the new church one of the most imposing Catholic churches in the city It will bo a massive granite building built f on the general lines of the great I Paulist church on Fiftyninth street but a more modern building Connected I with the church will be the monastery and separated from it and on the other end of the land will i1 be built the school house The school will cost 60000 and the monastery 450000 b TRINITY PANCE SERIES S The third select dance of Trinity Councils series will be given at the club house Baxter and Morton ave luei Thursday Octcber 17 and a = ontinuatlon of tke splendid attend nc68 IIB expected The committee are W F Klrchdorfer M IL Ridge C1 A Rld8P W Hager C Ji1D alllgan B A Min terk u r R 0 leesack H wIChlaehter J A h I faber L J deer L Gi Ellert P I AILIU WFCODY t C R L- OTSTILT TBi1 i HAT STORE 236 WEST MARKET ST Announces that on Saturda September 28 it threw open iiu doors to the men of Great I Louisville prepared to supply TILT HAT atCmostThe TILT is positively i 300 HAT sold for 1 50EVERY HAT STRiCTLY UNION MAII TILT HAT CO Manufacturers and Retail flattersI 236 WEST MARKET ST I Horns Phone City 5687 Comb Main 56 I HENRY fUCU- SFLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE PgS1OFFICE Greenhouses Charles and Texas Street JOHN B STRUBE r I JEWELER Watches Diamond 346 E Market Stt I HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPEC ALT ALL WORK GUARANTEED N L Aa 8D- IVISION 1 Moot at Falls City Hall Pa Fir and TblrdTueBda7 Ol1stckIFinn 1 Iomplclni Financial Secretary Jos E Fat MarketI Lawler SergeantatArma Louis Roller SentinelHenry McDermott DIVISION 2 Beets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut streets- PresidentCon J Ford Vice President J JT Sullivan Treasurer Jamea Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J iKeefe Financial Secretary John J leaney 1607 DumesnlL SergeantatArmsJ Charlei batSentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION X recta First and Third Mondays Ilneteenth and Portland HourJganVice Recording Secretary Thoa Stev nsFinancial Secretary John G- Hesston 1710 Baird Treasurer D J Dougherty SergeanwhrmsJamesStennsSenUnelThomas DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennewyVice Recording SecretaryJohn J Bar V Financial SecretaryThomas J t4ngan 807 West Oak DowneySergeantatArmorJohn Sentinel=M Jy McDermott Y Jd IE MACKIN COUNCIL 205 leets Monday Evenings at Club House 844 North Twentyslxtfe President Frank O Adams First Vice President A C Llnl Second Vice President =WHllam llhn Financial Secretary Wra Link Recording SecretaryRobert Os rne Corresponding Secretary George eonisrreaaurerRobert T Burk- eltarahalTired Schuler laid Sentinel Pater Andrlot utsld Sentlnel Joseph Higgins JROpKIiYN BISHOP RETURNS The Right Rev Charles L Mev snail Bishop C Brooklyn why t been on a flat to Rome and Pope 1 ss X ta retioo the ahrOm I 9 I- 1a I t IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Harvest prospects which were decidedly unpromising now look brighterExtra and new style lamps for provideforThe death has occurred at Brosn I from heart failure of Daniel Tobin one of the most respected traders iIn East Kerry- The Rev P McNamara of Clogha and Banaguer has been elected President of the Banagher Fairs and Improvements Association I After half a centurys service the resignation has taken place from his position as dispensary doctor e of Rathkeale union of Dr HayesI The death of the Very Rev Martin Canon Keoghan of Lladowney re- movesL one of the most popular clergymen in the diocese of Ossorj At a meeting of the Cavan Board of Guardians Dr Edward OReill was unanimously elected Medici Officer for the Ballyhalse Dispensar district Miss Jane Egan In religion Sliter Wilfrid daughter of the late S Egan Crofton Park Balllna has made her profession at the Lorett Convent Rathfarnhain The body of John William Loug was discovered in the Ulster canal at Templetale near Monaghan He belonged to the farming class was ur married and about sixty years old The Rev James Roddy recentl r ordained at Mayiiooth Was presente by the people of Coolerra Count I SlIgo with a substantial check and an Illuminated address in Irish dt signFather Furlong one of the Fran clscan fathers selected for the mission which is bound for Putu mayo wherd the dreadful rubber atrocities took place is a Wexfor manMuch regret will be fet at the death of Timothy J Lyne of Kll garvan The deceased was well known in public life and was esteemed by everyone with whom he came in contact The death occurred In Switzerland of Lady Francis Hope second wife of Lord Francis Hope of Castle Blayney and daughter of Georg Thompson a banker of Melbourne Lady Hope was a Catholic An old age pensioner named John Doye of Newtownbarry left horn in the morning to cut cabbage for dinner and his brother on going out to ascertain the cause of his dela was shocked to find him lying dead in the field The death took place in London of Mrs Jane Frances Callan widow ot the late Philip Callan formerly member of Parliament for Dundalk am County Louth Deceased was the eldest daughter of the late Philip ODonnell of Ardee The Rev Bernard Corcoran who for a number of years was associate h th t6Itiwarhaslettfor the diocese of Kimberley when he is taking up work on the foreign mission Father Corcoran was curate In Rahoon Klnvara and Ennistymon At the autumn meeting of the Committee of Management of RJnf Irish College It was reported that over 200 students attended the 1912 summer session and the professors bore the highest testimony to the diligence of all in studying the IrishI languageRecently the walls of the MonasI terevan police barrack to the height of six feet were coated with harness dressing This work of course was performed at night and the carica tures of dogs cats pigs and police men on the daubed surface bore evidence to tho fact that the artists were In no hurry It took the peelers more than half a day to wash off the decorations LEXINGTON The city of Lexington was given a sad shock when the news spread that John J McKenna Deputy City As sessor who for many years has been one of the most active young Demo cratic politicians of that city and who was well known all over the State dropped dead at 630 oclock Sunday evening while standing upon the sidewalk at the corner of Mill and Short streets talking to James Hand Superintendent of the Tarr distillery Immediately after ho fell Mr McKenna was taken into the saloon of Ryan McKenna of which he was part owner and placed in a room upstairs while several physicians were quickly summoned In the opinion of the physicians called in death was due to apoplexy He was bout thirtyeight years old and was the son of James McKenna of Lexington He is survived by his parents and three brothers Charles Tames and Thomas McKenna FOREIGN MISSIONARY SOCIETY Rev James A Walsh President ot the Catholic Foreign Missionary Society of America announces their omoval from Hawthorne to Mary knoll Ossinlng PO NY The mls ionary fathers are now settled on heir own land ninetythree acres part in New Castle and part in mining thirty miles from Now York on a 500foot elevation with full view of the Hudson river They now have six studentsone each from New York Brooklyn Buffalo Columbus Ind and nj1 erland Md There are also spirant brothers and a group of omen secretaries who intend to jnsecrate their lives to missionary orkTIUf131ift1 PLEASED WITH WINDOWS Members of St Patricks congregation at Maysville are highly pleased with the beautiful memorial Indows being placed in their new lurch by the Rey Father Patrick rJonell the pastor Six have been placed in position and a number of others 77111 soon follow the whole sting not leee than 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