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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second and Brecklnrldfe VOLUME XXXI NO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 4 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS T CARDINAL Favors Union of All Churches WlthtUoman Pontiff For Head Would Bring About an Era or Civilization Unknown In history- yoirniiBroughit Up In Ctttl lIe Religion Receives Right Instruction HIS HANDSHAKE WAS HEARTY Interviewed at Baltimore last Sunday Cardinal Gibbons expressed t1he fervent hope that a union of nfl Christian churches under one head might ultimately be brought about and predicted that such a union would itsult In wonderful advances of civ ilization Of the efforts of Sir Oliver Lodge to produce scientific proof of the existence of life beyond the grave the Cardinal said those who believed InUhe teachings of Christ had no reed of such proof You want to know about the union of all Christian churches repeated the Cardinal vhen he was approached on a subject 60 delicate that the majority tolf pre Uites have refused to discuss It for Iubllcatlon He answered The re vnlon of the scattered branches of Ohrlstendom Is a consummation de vouly to be wUfcted for and I would gladly sacrifice the remaining years of my life dn lending a helping band teiward tills blessed result The first essential requirement he continued Is the recognition of the Sovereign Pontiff who as the successor of St Peter is the divinely appointed head of Christendom Every organization whether religious civil or political needs a head tor Its peace and seeur ity as well as for its very existence Once the prwper position of Obe Pope is recognized I do not believe that the other controverted doctrines ardtns formidable as Is Commonly Imagined When a proper explana tion is given of the various dogmas upon which Christianity Is founded I am persuaded that the logical sense of the people would prompt them to accept And if the various Chilian denominations of the United States were oncQ united working with one tteart and one spirit what a wonder ful Influence our Christian forces would exert In the civilization and the Christianizing of mankind What amazing things would he done for so ciety and humanity I But devoutly as we wish for such a union continued the Cardinal we must watt for the conscience of the Individual to bring about a state vhen union becomes possible Ther are three courtsthe civil tribunal the criminal tribunal and the court of conscience And until the last of these three acts until the soul demands until in a word such a moment arrives the time Is tfot ripe Wlien asked his views in regard to the attempts of Sir Oliver Lodge to prove scientifically that there is life after deaths the Cardinal said he was pot prepared td say whether or how a far the continuity of life after death could bo proved by scientific investiga tionOf such a vague proof said the Cardinal I have no seed My faith in the hereafter In the Immortality of the soul rests not on conjecture tut on a more solid foundation It rests upon he infallible revelation of the Son of God who ihas said T am the resurrection and the life And the womenjjtftle Cardinal was asked Why do you ask that was his query The more I see of the wiorld the more I am convinced that a woman brought up in the Catholic religion should wake the jest wife and mother She receives the right instruction and Is warned to keep away from temptation to stolun the things the modern woman Is prone to turn to- The 4 Cardinal spoke at some length of the duties of woman to society and vice versa lint returned to tho union of the Christian churches The union of the churches would bring bout an era ot civilization unknown 1n history he said You anl 1 may niait live to see It come bu It will come and I hope and then the one undivided church will flourish and triumph For more than ari iour this won derful manJames Cardinal Gib bons this complete refutation of the Oslorism theorygave free vent to his thought It was remarkable display of his wonderful mentality Known as the ascetic among American prelates Cardinal Gibbons Is yet so Intensely human solovnbleso In touch with everything that makes life worth living that the hour spent In the gray stone palace on North Charles street was a memorable one The statement has been made that the Cardinal who Is In his eightieth J ear was be nnlng itojfeel the weight of his age and that an Interview was out of the question Yet when the time for ithe interview arrived the Cardinal walked down a flight ol talrs to the reception room with the Gflrlngy epof a healtliiy man of fifty years His handshake wanot the tremulous inraap of i iInat ol eighty It wafe the strong grIp of a roan sun TeJiYmuch in the flgbt I hero was nbth m infirm about the prelatesl voice The tone was firm hnd clear and toe poke with en th sl8mHe MM Jut exactly what 11 hdH r d ihte d 1Mr- o I 4- S I J 4 V att KENTUCKY IR1Sll AMERICAN view with the statement tbat he was a busy man Then James Cardinal Gtbblans aged eighty ascend9d thb stairs to hisupal ace with the step of a man of fifty IIOSARV SUNDAY Tomorrow will be Rosary Sunday and Its observance at St Louis Bertrands will be marked with great splendor and solemnity There will be solemn vespers at 3 oclock with sermon and benediction with the procession of the various sodalities which presents the most beautiful sight to be witnessed In any church In Louisville A feature of the pro cession will be the fifteen banners and the little flower girls The Festival of the Rosary which lakes place on the first Sunday In October was instituted by Pope Plus V 1n thanksgiving for the victory gained over the inffclels at Lepanto on Sunday October 7 1571 It was then called St Mary de Victoria Pope Gregory XIII in 1573 changed the title to that of the Rosary and granted an office to all churches in which there was an altar bearing the title of Our Lady of the Rosary The Turks afterward being beaten near Tlneswar on the Feast of Our Lady At Nines lit 1761 and those infidels having raised the siege of Corcyro on the octave of the Assumption Popo Clement XII made the office of this festival general Though St Domlnici DlaclFriarscustom of repeating the Rosary with the beads nevertheless the use of beads as well as the pebble stones to count prayers with Is much more ancient and was used by the hermits and anchorites of old eon tunes before the establishment of the Festival of the Rosary St Augustine Is said to have mentioned their Introduction as early as 360 into the Christian church but they were in use in the remotest antiquity IIn the East God has never ro fused me what I have asked said St Dominic and He has left us the Rosary that we may learn with Marys help to pray easily and sim ply in the same holy trust It was Our Lady who revealed to St Dominic the devotion of tho Rosary his most powerful weapon with rouls llliiM IN AMERICAa The year 1015 will be a memorable one It will see the opening of tho great PanamaPacific International Exposition in San Francisco This pxposltlon will be on a larger and nore magnificent scale than any hitherto attempted even In America and what Is of more Interest to lrl limcn it will contain a special Irish Industrial exhibit which the promoters have dedded to calll The Shamrock Islc1 this section will no fie a mere sideshow as at former expositions but will be a hlglily artistic and elaborate exhibit of all that Is best and most beautiful In Irish manufactured products The Shamrock Isle will bo n unique and faithful reproduction of an Irish town complete In every total from IU winding streets to the beautiful landscape which can only be round In Ireland The special scenic effects will give the visitor the impression that he Is gazing over a wide expanse of cloudcapped hills and undulating Jiastureland To ensure absolute correctness a small army of artists and architects have been desiwtdhted to Ireland to make exact replicas of actual scenes of Irish life so that no expense is being spared ttp make The Shamrock Isle a thing to see and to remember It will be positively the most attractive and the most thoroughly artistic section of the exposition and will give a very decided fillip to Irish industrial de velopment HAJPY UNION A pretty wedding attended by many friends and admirers of the bride and groom was witnessed at at Georges church Wednesday morning when Joseph L Sohm led io the altar Miss Margaret McGovern the popular and attractlveldaughter jot Mr and Mrs Philip J MoGovern Rev Father Weiss performed the ceremony which was solemnized with a nuptial mass the music being rendered by a special choir Miss Mary McGovern sister of the bride was bridesmaid Eugene Sohm brother of the groom acting as best man Phil J McGovern Jr and Elmer Gernet were the ushers The bride was tastefully attiredI In a gown of crepe meteor and carried a bouquet of brides roses After tho wedding breakfast at the home of the brides parents the happy couple left for an Eastern honeymoon trip CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Dr Felix Gaudln of New Orleans Supreme President of the Catholic Knights of America Is in Arkansas and with State President Grummer and Supreme Representative Bauer will make a tour of tfint State visiting nany towns and branches In the In terest of this great Cathojlc fraternal Insurance order The Catholic Knights are now entering upon an era of greater activity and therefore in creased usefulness Reppirta are that In many localities new branches and membrs aro being added which add to the strength of a great grand anti growing order- TRANSFERRED TO LOUISVII E Rev W RMahony O P of St Patricks church Columbus Ohio left Wednesday for Louisville wherb he has been assigned as assistant at St Louis Bertrands church Father Mahbriy will be mimed by the people of tP tricks parish where he has won thfc esteem of a host of friends by his zeal for souls and kindness especially to the sick All Join In wishing him success In hje new field of labor Cftthpllc CoUHibUnii i d t DAVIS Renounces Connection With As P A Element of Progress lye Party Disgraceful Bull Moosers Antics Prove Contention of Tbis cr t Paper 4 Fanatics UcntOii Canipnlgfri qj Religious Prejudice and IIgnornncc N DAVIES STANDS WITH BINGHAM I In reply to the statement published in these columns last week that the local Progressive leaders were attempting to bring the notorious exPriest Crowley here for the purpose of arousing religious prejudice tho following card Is published at the request of Attorney W W Davies Editor Kentucky Irish American Louisville Ky September 27 191KI The Irish American of this late Insinuates that I have been Inter ested In bringing one Crowley here for rellglopolUlcal purposes That Is absolutely and teetotally and completely FALSE The Insinuation is so strange and new to me that tam forced to stop and think what the Irish American Is driving at I am now and always have been and always shall be undyingly opposed to anything that can be said to be remotely connected with an arousing of religious strife I would spurn n political victory won on such a low plane My friends of all creeds know my record on this subject 1 am fighting a political machinenot the Mother of Augustine and DAsslsl and Damlen Respectfully W W Davies The Kentucky Irish American wishes to do no injustice to Mr Davies but to be consistent In his position he could not rail to take note of the attitude of the audience Hopleins Ing when he was the principal speaker and a representative of this paper was present A great portion of the audience was composed of Louisvilles old guard bf the A P As and the Junior Order of United vereleadersLouisville the fakir above referred to During Mr Davies speech he was interrupted several times with cries of DOWN WITH ROME and WELL BEAT THE CHOSS BACKS which statement can bo verified by reputable authorities the fanatics comprising the major part of the audience caring nothing whatever for the speakers reference to municipal affairs and were only Intent on cheering personalities re ferring to Democratic leaders who were Catholics Mrt Davies can not deny that In addition to the above Interruptions there were ninny cnlla of Hurrah for Old Glory probably referring to Old Glory Council of the Junior Order and Hurrah for Free Americans these patriots consisting of the class that are always ready to espouse and defend the American flag In times of peace but in times of war prefer to let the Irish and German Catholics bear the brunt of tho fighting In add tlon to the above card Mr Davies In a personal visit to the Kentucky Irish American office stated that he had always stood with Judge R W Blngfiahi In opposition to the spirit of these A P As that he was em phatically opposed to ostracizing any class of people on account of their religion and that he believed strictly In that phrase of the constl tutlon or tllQ United States which allows a man to worship his God according to the dictates of his con EveningPostadmirer of Mr Davies warns him that religious bigotry Is the chief motive of his associates in the local Progressive party which sentiment Is contrary to the principles of ex Presldent Theodore RooseveH tohlmse1tProgressive party should lose no time in deserting the fanatical bunch of A PAs In tharge of the Pro gresslve partys fortunes here and this sentiment the Kentucky Irish American reiterates believing that If Mr Davies Is desirous of choosing the course fair to his Catholic friends he should not hesitate In refusing to again be a party to the disgraceful scenes of last Saturday evening- S RECOVERING Edward Larkin engineer of the No 13 Peter Walsh engineer of the No 20 and Capt William Gardner of the No 19 three valiant fire fighters who have been on the sick ImprovedAU FINAL 1TOMTJ IJULE BADLY Dr John Grant Cbyle wen known as a lecturer on Irish topics liaa I been selected to preside at the final homo rule demonstration in New York City to be held on Sunday night October 5 at Carnegie Music RaIl under the Auspices of the flatted Irish league of New York the Ancient Order of Hibernians rrl8hAm rlcan Athletic Club and the numerous Irish counties erKahl zattonf of the four boroughs With this demonstration will come to an 4 p I A f end the long fight that Irishmen iu New York have made for the Irish Parliamentary party and with It also wilt close the career of the United Irish Leagued organized four teen years ago to carry on the work of its famous predecessor the Land League of iParnelf days The chief speakers beside Dr doyle will be Congressman James M Graham of Illinois and John Purroy Mit- chelfRDOM For Ireland Is Declared Certain by Chairman Iohn ICertj 4 niuiid Ulster Provisional Plan a Gigan tic und Preposterous Absurdity The Home Rule hip Is Under Orders of Fiill Steam Ahead LAW ABIDING AND ORDERLY Sir Edward Carson and his friends have supplied the newspapers with amusing sllly season copy which has made fie sea serpent pale into insig nificance said John E Redmond Irish Nationalist leader repjjlng to aui address of wolcome at Cahlrcrveen last Sunday The Ulster Provisional Qotvernment lie declared would require niany millions of capital would cut Itself off from the Imperial Government and the Irish Government from old age ienslons and the beneflB of the in surance act from Imperial grants for education agriculture an J for public works froim the operations of the housing and land purchase acts and from the Postoffic No merchant fould draw a legal iifjeck give a legal receipt or recover a debt outside of LMster The whole thing is a gigantic and Ieposterous absurdity he exclaimed It IB meant merely for English cod sumptlon But the English people are neither Tocls nor cowards Thins fcont ho humbugged by talk about provisional governments nor Intim idated by the wooden muskets of IlRter iIn n second speecji Chairman Red mond declared that the lime ruler had a lnAaJllc JUlli Sr tlerly wMle their opponents had been shrieking and boasting of illegality and Inciting to rtot and bloodshed IKnowing that the destruction or the homo rule bill would mean the break down ot the Governments other pro rosed reforms the abolition of plural vptlnff and would mean also the res toration of the veto In the House of Lords end the defeot of British democracy for a generation he said It was no wonder tfiat Ireland main tained an attitude of selfrestraint and confidence Speaking of Earl Loreburnd conference proposal he saidI have remained silent up to the I resent on this matter and my silence has been adversely commented upon III some quarters I wished t0i say no word that might Injure the prospects however vague of the bill passing by agreement If Earl Loraburns sug gestion has had no other effect It must have convinced everyone of theme character of the miscalled Ulster opposition It Is Implacable and irreconcilable and is based on no reason or argument MB root is the old spirit of ascendency The home rulers would not throw the work of thirty years into the melting pot he continued The only argument of the opposition waR a brutal nonpossumus 40 the demands cf the British nation We will establish the freedom of Ireland with out them he declared and if nec osearyr In spite of them Our ship It at the harbor mouth the glass is set fair and the orders are full steam ahead Mr Redmond made an offer to Sir Edward Carson to discuss with him every provision of the home rule aot end to meet the needs and desires af Ulsterj if the Ulster leader wou4 con rode the principle of a local Parlia ment for Ireland Answering tibia offer Sir Edward Carson has tele graphed to the Dally Express an nouncing his willingness to discuss any measure for the Improvement ot the existing Government of Ireland provided she retains her position Un der the Imperial Parliament t DOUBLE AVEDDING A double wedding of unusual Interest took place Tuesday mornlng in St Francis Xavlers church at Raywick when Miss Mary PI Dant and Clarence D Cambrpn and Miss Marie C Dant and Anthony C Cam bron were united In marriage with nuptial mass by the Rev A C ZoeU r The brides are daughters of J Rowan Dant of Raywick The grooms are sonsof E M Cambron and are engaged in agricultural pur suits PAUMST mISSION A mission of two weeks will be held In St Charles Bbrromeos church beginning Supday October L9Ih1s will be the first mission given in the handsome church of St Charles Borromeo recently erected at Twentyseventh and Chestnut 3treets of which the Rev Charles P Raffo Is pastor The Paullat fathers of the Convent of St1 Francis db Sales Wh iterTenn will eonduct the mtaalam or r i1i1 METHODS I Catholics Should Study and Ap- PlY to time Work of Say lug Souls AVliy Religious Activities Are licliiml the Times iu Their r Methods I Horse Sensu in Religious Propa pinda Advocated liy Am brose AVHlIs WHAT RELIGIOUS MEN fOR6ET From Ambrose Willis the noted English writer and associate of Father Herbert Vaughan who came from London to the Catholic Federation convention In Milwaukee the Kentucky Irish American has received a special letter dealing with horse sense in the religious propa ganda in which he expresses tho following views Religion is of course another worldly matter Gods ways are not our ways and you can not save souls by arithmetic and system any more than you can make men holy by act of Parliament All this I admit readily enough and yet just as we men have bodies as well as souls re ligion also has a material side as well as its spiritual a practical as well as its theoretical side and this Is a fact that religious men are u little Inclined to forget The men who are most successful In religious propaganda are time men who do not foregt It The saints antI the mystics are always the most practical specimen of religious manhood They realize that God helps those who help themselves They see nothing flippant In Napoleons dictum Trust in God and keep your powder dryIt was Napoleon wasnt it If not never mind They realize that It Is a fallacy to say that tlia church Is bound to succeed In any case and therefore why worry True enough the church can never be entirely overcome but the measure of her success In her divine mission of saving sot ls is not predetermined and it depends very largely oh our efforts And let us remember that those effprts have got to be intelligent ef forts And this Is where we come to the point There are certain meth ods of procedure that have proved successful In the business of the world The keenest intellects of the modern business world have studied them out and by applying them have made mighty Successes in commerce Why dont we Catholics study those methods and apply them to the work of saving souls Why are our or ganizations behind tIme big manufacturers and department stores Why dont we call in business ex perts to plan up for us our labor saving systems that will conserve our energies and make our efforts a thousand times more effective Why dont we apply to our problems of religious organization and propaganda the same careful study specialized thought and enterprising enthusiasm that we see in all suc cessful business life Why Is It that so often religious activities are behind the times in their methods If we are really going to make good we have got to do Just thllwo have got to give up preconceived notions we v have get to throw out exaggerated ideas of decorum We have got to take our coats off and sit down and study out ways and means that are going to make our organization so perfect that tho head of a big commercial enterprise will admire it The muddle the dust the makeshift the inferior have got to go Whatever it is we are up qgalnst has got to be the best of its kind in the country We simply cant afford to employ oldfash toned methods and makeshift art icesthey are too expensive Tho only way we can make good Is io be continually studying the causes that brought about the success ot our powerful business men and adapt those methods to our work If en terprise and system and keen or ganization pay In secular business they must pay in rcllgiqits business and it is not fair to our cause to hamper it with anything less ado quate than the best that keen brains can supply KNIGHTS ELECTOFFICERS At the meeting of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus Wednesday night the following officers were elected for the next year Granfl Knight C W Decker Deputy Grand Knight W T Me han Chancellor ThomasC Mapother Warden Stephen J McElliott Recording Secretary Lawrence J Veeneman Finance Secretary Henry B Mc Bride Advocate Camden R McAtee watsonbInsldOGuard Guard Alfred G Brand Trustee Leo W Goss Their installation will take place November 8 II ADDRESSES NEGROES Last week at the opening of the negro State Fair in New Orleans held in commemoration of the fit tieth anniversary of the emancipa thou proclamation Ills Grace tho Mos Rev Archbishop BloCk loUv- ered a strong and helpful address in which he praised the efforts made by the colored pppulatfon of LouIsi- ana and of the whole South to Im prove thftlr condition and to become honorable and dealrable citizens j The Archbishop congratulated the colored race on the great advance IIt has already made in casting ore Ignorance and superstition whIch were once the bane of the race but have now to a great extent disap peared owing to the spread bf education secular and religious DEDICATION Tomorrow morning the new St Briglds church Baxter and Hep burn one of the handsomest In time diocese and a monument to Rev Father Jensen will be solemnly blessed and dedicated to the service of Almighty God The services will blessingorwlll Je performed by Bishop OWen aghue It he should be In the city After this ceremony time doors will be opened to the congregation arid solemn high mass celebrated In the evening at 730 there will be solemn vespers a sermon and the benediction of the Blessed Sacra ment Time church exterior of stqne and yellow brick Is imposing with broad stone steps and heavy columns sup porting clusters of lights The Interior presents a striking and hand some view the walls of plain white with twelve heavy scagliola columns supporting the arch A rose window Is over the main entrance and in the upper part of the nave are halfmoon shaped windows in subdued greens yellows and old blue The contrast with the dark oak woodworks and pews is very pleasing The altars are In white and gold and in the front of the main altar Is a basrelief SupperThepersonaManythe furnishing of a church have been donated such as stations of the cross statues candelabra altar rail large crucifix baptismal font etc XOTKI DOMINICAN COMING The Very Rev Thomas Baser 0 P who Cor more than fifteen years os beeen Secretary to the Sacred flQmeisIn New York and it Is very likely that he will come to Louisville be tore returning Father Esser is one of the most scholarly Dominicans in the world Fiar several years he was professor of philosophy at Maynoatli College Ireland Ho also taught pbllosohy and fbteology at Vienna and al the University of Frlbourg in Switzerland For five years ho taught canon law In the IDSiernal City The present ApostlcJIe Delegate to the United States Hit Excellency Mgr Honzano was his distinguished pupil Father Easer Is one of the best linguists of Rome his knowledge of Unguagos bqlng pratllcally necessary for his olllce of Secretary to the Index It Is hlsrduty to bring to the attention of the Sacred Congregation the lxoks of all languages which it Is deemed should be prohibited His knowledge of hooks and of indi viduals In all parts of the world necessitating n correspohdence that stems beyond the working capacity of any person Is marvelous With all his duties and varied wdrk requiring high attainments Father Esser makes the lastIng impression on all wh3 know him that he Is a simple zealous priest No day Is too fllloi with work In his busy Roman life to excuse hlrnrrom two or three hours In the confessional He has al ways attached the greatest Impor tance to the work of the ministry for the profes9Di prleat and for all priests whose duties make students of them in order to keep Ore tire of zeal alive The present Pontiff Plus X has Intrusted Father Esser with many important and delicate missions as Apostolic Delegate to the dio ceses and to religious communities in Italy The office of Secretary to the Sacred Congregation of the Index has been held uninterruptedly by a Dominican since the time of St Plus V in 1370 QUIETLY WEDDED St Pauls church In Lexington was the scene of a quiet hut pretty wed ding Wednesday mgpnlng when Miss Maymo Krieger one of the fairest of the Bluegrass capitals daughters he name the bride of Edward Waters a popular young man connected with the Lexington Leader Rev Father De Waegenaer the pastor performed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass The attendants were William J iOaly of Ltiuisvllle and Miss Kath erlne Krieger sister of the bride Following the ceremony the wedding party was entertained at a sumptuous breakfast at the home of the bride the happy couple then leaving for n wedding trip to Louisville Cincinnati and the North Upon their raturn they will take up their residence In Lexington Mr and Mrs Waters outer matrimonial life with the blessing ot the church and the good wishes M their ninny friends HOLY HOUR Very Rev James P Cronin V G las Instituted the beautiful Holy devotion at St Patricks church This devotion consists of one hour of prayer and meditation on the Passion ot WQ Saviour and will llie lileld on Friday afternoons fulani 2 taaoclock There will doubtless be a good attendance bf adults as well as many children us the devotion comes at the close df the weeks fchpoT days ST VINCENT DE PAULS The feast of the Holy Rosary will be solemnly celebrated with impres sive ceremony tomorrow at St Vincent do Pauls church Shelby and Oak where a confraternity of the Holy Rosary Is established Solemn high mase will be sung in the morning at 10 oclock and the solemn closing of the devotions will be held In the jsvtnlngr at 73Q oclock i at r I 4 E DO PRINTINGFIRST Give Tlu Office Your Next Order II HOLY NAME I Great Orgasm iatlon Intended Especially For Catholic Laymena titus Ueen Wonderful Power For Good Since Twelfth Century Founded by the Dominicans and Always Undcrrrheh Charge J ITS OBLIGATIONS AND BEN fITS At the name of Jesus every knea shall bend What a wonderful aui edifying sight we witness at certain times in our Catholic efcurches Hun dreds of men the flower of our Oath olic manhood kneel at the altar railing and reverently receive their God Old men and young are there the poor and the welltodo the pmfessional all sanctifying their own souls and giving a glorious example of faith Ind zeal to all the world And they ere what they are because they are HolyName 1k zatlon Intended especially for OaTh SoclotyItgood ever since Its establishment centuries ago and at no time hm I its beneficial results been morn In evidence than at the present df M no place Is It productive of more good than In our own country The Holy Name Society or to give It Its full title the Contra ternity of the Most Holy Name of God and Jesus was established by the Dominicans the Order ot Preach ers and has always been undertheir especial charge It owes Its origin indirectly at least to a decree of the Council of Lyons in 1274 which provided for the Instruction of the faith till regarding devotion and reverence toward the name of Jesus Shortly after the Issuing of the councils de cree Pope Gregory X directed Blessed John Vercelll Master General of the Dominicans that the or der In their discourses thereafter should lay great stress upon title particular devotion The Dominicans applied themselves io the work with great readiness and zeal TheYes tablished a confraternity for Catholic men with the object of giving honor to lhe adorable name of our Saviour of preventing blasphemy and other eJ speechmaking reparation flor Insults offered to the name of Jeaus- a4l of sanctifying its members oy IIii JIIS exercises and by bringing them to the sacraments at stated times The Society had a gradual growth In the fourteenth and fifteenth can unties In most of the countries of Europe It may Interest our local Hob Name men to know that the first public procession in honor of the Holy Name occurred at Lisbon li 1433 no less than 480 years ago as a testimony of gratitude to God ice the cessation of the plague which had previously ravaged that city IBut it was In the sixteenth century when the rapid spread of the Protestant noresles had caused a woeful preval ence of Irreligion sacrilege and olasphemy that the Holy Name Society became most useful and hind iU largest Increase In Hi4 Pope Plus IV approved the confraternity and granted Indulgences to it and after a time It became commonly Jmown a the Society of the Holy Name or Jesus Under this title it has been further enriched with indulgences by many Pontiffs Diocesan unions of Holy Name Societies have been formed in many parts of the coun try and the Holy Name Society of Et iLpuls Bertrands this city in existence for nearly forty years has put a spirit of zeal into the mem- bErs of which It IB composed This Is manifested montfUy when Its hun reds show their faith and fervor by receiving holy communion The members of the Holy Name Society bind themselves to labor in dividually and collectively for the glory of the HWily Name of God to pronounce it always with reverence to abstain from all sinful speech and to strive by word and example that others shall also retrain from sins of the tongue The spiritual advan tages are many masses are offered for living and dead members plenary indulgences are granted on the day of admission Into the aaclety and on certain festivals during the year partial indulgences for almost every act of worship or charity per formed by the members Hardly any Catholic society or movement Is des rylngof greater praise The Holy Name Society re quires of Its members merely the practice lot the ordinary Christian virtues It does not demand anything cxrtaaordlnary in the way of prayer or penance It Is a society for Catholic men living in the would and Its aim Is to teach aiid help thbin to to live that their everyfey duties to God and their neighbor wll be Informed Mat their UVQS will be lives of manly Christian virtue lives of god example redounding ito ihe greaterjplory of God NEW QUAUTERS Dr M Casper ltheOfAI- ng of an office In the Steaks build 1 ing Fourth uid Walnut treet with dally hours from 1 92 p m and pn Sundays frOT 12 to 1 pm o s r T TJ KENTJOKyilsH AMERIOAN J r K TIflMLRI6fiNx 1rtneted to the Social tad Moral IdrsiiceaeiseBt otllrllli Anerlcui and Cttfceltca Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hlbcralani Young Mens Institute and CathoMc KnIght of America Z KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COIscorporated tPublishers 2fiUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ge BnUrd IIt the LcatiTHU Poitottlc a SttoadClcj PUtter iMKHtll Coemvn to Ions to Ute KINTUCIW IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Often St LOUISVILLE KY 7 SATURDAY OCTOBER 4 1913 Democratic TicKet For Mayor John H Buschemeyer For Police Judge Samuel J Boldrlck For Prosecuting Attorney of Police Court Harry W Robinson For Clerk of Police Court William E Holley For Bailiff of Police Court Edward D Connor For Tax Receiver T Andrew M Sea For City Auditor William H Meffert For City Treasurer Adolph Schmitt For Park Commissioners John B Oastleman Daniel F Murphy Louis Seelbach For Aldermen James B Camp John M Clifford J William Miller Joseph Overberg Fred Schwenker R Guy Parker B J Campbell Jr Richard W Hutchison- C W Schmltt Fred J Leezer James Treasy 3 George B Coder For Councilmen W P Graves John Neuhauser Charles Mann William ill Karat W R Ward Wm H Booher Jerome King Alvin Rosenberg B H Benson Thomas J Garvey James Norton Ridh Whitty Mike Leone Edward J Parker Thos E Lawrence T J Morrow Jr D B Coleman Edward White Albert Stelger M J McDermott R iD Thomas John P Griob crJFlnegan Thomas J Dolan For County Judge r Samuel W Greene For County Attorney- A Scout JJullltt For County Clerk- P S Ray For Sheriff CronantI For CW1tyAsscssor George Schlegel For Coroner Ellis Duncan For County Surveyor- J Russell Gaines o For Jailer Charles C Foster For County Superintendent 4 Orville J Stivers For State Senator Thirtysixth Senatorial District Charles H KnIght- Tihiityelgbth Senatorial District Samuel L Robertson For Representative Fortyfourth legislative District John Dresher Fortyfifth Legislative District George B Barrett Forjtyslxth Legislative District Adam Spahn Fortyseventh Legislative District William J Kuh Fortyeighth Legislative District- S Mayzck OBrien Fortyninth Legislative District William A Perry Fiftieth Legislative Distrlot1V T McNally Fiftyfirst Legislative DistrIct William Duffy For Magistrate First Magisterial District Robert O DorseySecond Magisterial District Charles C Wheeler Third Magisterial District Henry E Crawford Fourth Magisterial District Jo soph Muenninghoff Fifth Magisterial DistrictFrankD- adher Sixth iMagteterlal District Ben Schulman Seventh Magisterial district P T SullivanEighth Magisterial Dlstrlcft George IW Berry For Constable First Magisterial District Charles Oeborn Second Magisterial DetrlePkU- T I German Jr Third Magisterial District J L WarrenFourth Magteterlal DlsttIctJohaI J Sandra JWfth Magisterial IMetrletW111- am R Steltenkamp Sixth Magisterial District Seventh Magisterial DlstriotZd- ward Barrett Eighth Magisterial SM rlet jEtaee Daddy v Per Police JHtlge ef pakdale- Brnesto N Menar Per PWce Judge of HIJgbIaRd Parka r David It Speobt 1 roPII PITitr- l Ibf tipt of tkevirwk aewrseelrad- hqm ROM J 4kM ileat the oondl tton of Pop Mm X 1oeair 1- CC for anxiety and that his health was itnsatlsfoctory It was also Intimated that the Pope would not preside at the ceremonies at the closing of the Constantinlan jubilee on December S the feast of itfhe Immaculate Cou cep tlon Later dispatches bring tho welcome news that there was no basis for the foregoing the Holy Father Jot having suspended audiences and enjoying remarkable health CANCELED Following the Kentucky Irish Americans expose of Jerry Crowley Manager Macauley canceled the en gagement made lor that renegade priest Everybody expected he would do the right thing and they were not disappointed SPLENDID EXAMPLE Dr E L Powell pastor bf the First Christian church makes a manly statement of his reasons for support Ing iDr iBuschenieyer the Democratic candidate for Mayor and his example dbould be followed by all citizens desirous of a continuation of good rovernmeJ WILL RECOIL The abusive attack tof the Louis yule Herald on the Night Chief of Police Major Ridge Is bound to recoil on Ithe heads of the owners of this foreignowned sheet as Major Ridges standing In the community needs no defense against the attacks of the Heralds transit editor and Its yellow reporters M AMUSING The ludicrous feature of the Perry centennial parade on Thursday afternoon was the showing of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics the A P A Organization bringing up the tall end of the parade and causing amusement all along the line of march These self apjJolrited defenders of the countrys honor struggled along with the ap pearance of culprits caught stealing sheep and ashamed to hold their heads up on account of the hearty guffaws coming from the spectators HURTS THEIR PARTI 1 i Robert G Valentine who was Jropped from President Tafts admln Utratlon because Jolt the insulting i circular he sent out from the Indian Bureau In reference to the Catholic teadhers In the Indian schools has teen given a Job by the National Committee of the Progressive party at the head of tbe Progressive Press Service Bureau No wonder the Pro gressive party Is progressing back ward getting less votes every time I there Is an election since Roosevelt I ran If a few more bigots like Valen tine are given Jobs by the National Committee goodbye Progressive party Roosevelt was shrewd enough not to let him speak for him last fall Cut the party managers are not as also as Theodore Some of them are I Just eccentric enough and thick headed enough ito think they can treat the Catholics with contempt The True Voice feels that there has been enough discussion of Secretary Bryans Chautauqua lecture engagements to fill a gOod sized volume Most of Its Impertinent some of It is frantically apologetic and all of it extremely tiresome The least said about those Chau tauqua lectures of the Secretary of State the better C Our Jewish friends Insist that caricaturIng of the race on the J stage In cartoon and otherwise be stopped They are entirely in the right and should have the support of other nationalities tha have been subjected to these methods notably he Irish What more absurd than Minister Pages declaration that the United tales is yet Englishled and Eng UshruleW This is toadyism that I makes Englishmen laugh and I disgusts Americans I OrofaalMlchael Logue Primate I of the Catholic bln Ireland was evontythree years old Wednesday I The great churchman was in exeeUeat iMHfa and ptrtts whioh we pray ayE- ontinue I for many years to come I MONTHLY MBKTING The Central corn iit ee OK of A i will Jwld Hfp reguter monthly I eetiiHT Mxt Friday Jdchtatst-oryDah TMghth and Graywo I- Iaitera of knpdrtnnce VtH 1 1ectod I- luponl Mnriral of which wisre delayed- becaue I o dhr warm erul1iBate mr MQiuetod to atta Ml I SOGIETY titiC Ci i EiEi Miss Louise Cunning has bow en tertadnlng Miss JBeulah Gaines oj Carrollton Miss Loulso Shelley was last wee the guest or AUes Welch at Sprint Station Mrs Mllle Dolan was in Mitchell Ind last week cvisitfng her mother lira Kate ore I Miss BlaleEdelen has been visit Ing her cousins the Misses iMahone tear New Haven x Joe Baker of 93i3 South Sevenl street lot this week for an extends rl trip through tho lEast Mrs John Cronin South lvllle has been entertaining Mrs Catherln e Callahan of Frankfort Mr and Mrs Michael Donahu have moved Into their new home a 3019 South Third street Miss Josephine Fitzgerald 94 South Seventh street entertained he eitcteo club Friday evening Miss Jessie Hannephin 3840 Gran boulevard gave a linen shower Ins Monday for Miss Julia OMalley MlB3 Mary Morlanty of 1318 Brdo street left Sunday night for thE outh to be gone until December Misses Frances and Ellzabeth Malone of the Highlands left 1 las week to el1J br school at Cincinnati Miss Alice Curtln Crescent Hill has returned from a visit tip her sis ter Mrs Lyne Smith at Covlngton Mrst Robert Kaltenbadher Dee Park has been ontortalningin Bono of Miss Bertha Frank of Pad cahI Miss Nannie Ghllds of Prankfori has teen the guest of Miss iRosaU Brhwlerman of 463 Cherokee avenue The engagemeniof W A Mahony o this city and Miss Eva Nahm 01 DeLand Fla his just been an nounced Judge Samuel W Greene and wlfie were recent visitors In Elizabeth town the guests of Luclen B GreenI and family Mr and Mrs J Schoen announcE the engagement of their daughter mss Naomi Agnes Schoen to Sylvester Joseph Ford Misses Edith and Kathenln a Malone of the Highlands are horn from Bay View Mich where the spent the summer Col and Mrs P II Callahan am ton Jack Callolian will return toda y from Minneapolis where they hay been spending ten days Mrs Joseph P Noonon and son Jichn S Noonan and Mss Myifltli 0 Delaney of Frankfort spent severalI flnys visiting friends There Miss Nellie Thorntoh South Louisville has almost entirely recovered from the operation she underwent a- Sts t Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Mrs Margaret Driscoll of Ludlow has been spending the week here andI pltnesslng the centennial featlvittei as the guest of Mrs John J Flynn IH25 West Broadway Mrs A S Blrnbaum hits returned to her home at MIddlesborough lifter a pleasant two weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas II Ryan 1609 West Broadway Miss Abblo Chester and brother Edmund Chester returned Wednesday e enJng from Doming New Mexico where they had been spending thet summer as Ilhe guests of relatives Miss Virginia Moagher who has been visiting Mrs William Drake i Chicago foro month has gone to Richmond to spend ten days with he sister Mrs F P Birch before re turning home Mr and Mrs Frank IBauer of likes Point announce the engagement of their daughter Frances Marguerite s to Joseph Wrocklage The wedding will take place the mid dle of October Mrs L M Gaw who has been vis ling her daughters Mrs CE Berry and Mrs CP Smith in Owensboro has returned to Louisville to make her home with mey daughter Mrs Bernard OBrien Mrs Frank Hogan who left iost week for Greenwich Conn where she placed her daughter Miss EUza beth Hogan In St Marys College slid has been spending few days In New York City will arrive home to day Miss Eva Beck entertained Satur day afternoon with a box party at eltha in honor of MISS Clara Dan D enhold Those In the party were Misses Clara Dannenhold Lillianx levin Jeanetto Dannenhold Mary Helen Michael and Mrs Bayless teller Miss Myrtle Score left Sunday evening for Memphis where he will attend 1st Agnes school Her aunt who Ras Miss Kennedy befiore entering the onvent Is the Mother Superior Miss core was accompanied to the depot by a large delegation of her friends and schoolmates who gave her a- rcgai sendoff MM Jeaaette Dannenhola was OUM at a cord party Wednesday fternooa In faonc ot MlM Clara nne1 + bid wfeooa jnarrfage to iBd ard H Hlnktbelnl wll take place October 8 Mtes flfenneaholds guts ere M idamM W W Pnlert aetd B RI Keilert MtaM Otem DMMMniboU Miry Helen MJohaet Bdwi Tierney utto OConnor Flor aea Storcb lllten J ewln 11 m Beck Rudlht J rkae MaCGriIlJl8 FanoBl Woreiwe Olenn n4 Io1eie rprlnc a- r l DOLLAR a month keeps lONE on the payroll in event disability caused by sickness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection f I IUO PIIoa 1323 I I I Is Guaranteed by Using Mulloys Good Coffee Fresh From the Roaster to You Try Our Special Blend at Pound 25c M atia VET AHKBr IiITHEJ T MEMORIAL 5D3ETING The County Board A O iH at lib oelebroto daJ1 with a requiem mass at St Patrick- church ys and vespers In the afternoon 1the exact date to be announced later our Thomas W Tarpy C J Ford Hug Hourlgan and Join H Hennessy a- JJ a Committee of Arrangements they to visit Very Rev Father Cronin County Chaplain to arrange the date 3 APPOINTED YARDMASTER Thomas J Welshs many friend1 were elated this week when the learned that he had been appoint Yardmaster for the Kentucky Indiana Terminal Railroad Company a the Louisville Southern Junction Thomas Welsh is one of the bea known men In the city andfolr twenty years served as Financial See r rotary of the Brotherhood of Roll road Trainmen resigning last OlaF only because the duties had becom e too pressing During iUhe past wentB years he has attended conventions 01 Bargetitles of the country Mr Welsh df also an active member of the of Columbus FORTY HOURS PRAYER Tomorrow the Forty Hours Adora tlon will begin In St Gaorgo S church and will be an event of mor- than usual Interest for this growln- congregation C Rev Faitjher Weiss the pastor has secured the Rev Fathe- Fabian the eloquent Passlonist mis elonary who will conduct the devotions and preach ithe principal ser mona These beautiful devotions 1 oren with the high mass tomorrow 3 mornlns and will come iJo a solemn f close Tuesday night TOo order 01f exercises will Include vespers benediction and sermon Sunday evening 1 nad masses on Monday and Tuesdaj mornings at5 and 8 oclock will 3 short Instruction and sermon This will also be an Opportunity for thos who desire of making the Jubilee nowt i In progressV QATuI PERRY WEEK This has been a gala week for Louisville our Perry centennial cele bratlon not being surpassed by any held anywhere The decoration were elaborate and beautiful the parades arid Illuminations brilliant and everywhere enthusiastic patriot Ism and good fooling prevailed Credit Is due those who had charge of the arrangements for their perfect work and especially to the Knights of Columbus who made the only night parade a pronounced success Larger crowds were never seen on the streets of Louisville and from all were heard only words of commendation MACKIN COUNCIL Owing to the many attractions and the Commodore Perry celebration barely a quorum of members of Mackiri Council assembled fionday night Only the merest routine buss postponed until next Monday night all members to be present to hear reports on the membership contest and the Joint Initiation CATHOLIC FEDERATION The monthly meeting of the Fed oration of Catholic Societies to be held next Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club will be Important and full of Interest Numerous com suttees are expected to submit final reports for action and therefore President Ganz calls upon all to bo present I RECEIVE SAD NEWS I friends and relatives In Louisville received news of the death in San left thirty years ago for California The deceased leaves a wife and sev eral children one of whom Is the Rev John P Cavanaugh of St Charles Borromeo church San Fran cisco His Louisville relatives are Councilman Thomas J Garvey Jo seph Garvey and Mrs Nona Moenkhaus children of his sister who died here several years ago SEEING TIlE WORLDS flERD3S Theodore Flack Martin city pas senger agent for the Monon railroad left Thursday to spend his vacation In the East From Washington he will go to Baltimore and visit his brother Frank Martin who is study Ing for the priesthood at St Marys Seminary After witnessing the first three games of the worlds baseball series at New York and Philadelphia he will go to Bridgeport Conn for ft visit of several days- SIIBLBYWTiLE The Rev John IL Riley pastor of thtLChureh of the Annunciation at rived last week and hu been visiting relatives atFallRIver Mass The pebpl of SHelbyvllle will give him a hearty welcome wbea be reaumes his charge tomurroy 0 0 un TRANSYLVANIAE N Canada Genl Supt Ben Lt Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building DELICIOUS COFFEE JOHN MULLOY arrangeS apr ok beingnuponr a1former spendinga GAYETY I 1Oae Week Commencing Sunday Matlaet yA GREAT DRAMA Lifes Shop Window Creates Furore Everywhere s KlImt and Gazzolo have given this play a wonderful production Will be t presented here by company that has praiser ICe SBc and EOc Tuesday Thursday and Satur NIghtilOc TUEATERy IIOe VAUDEVILLEAND tOe r FEATURE PHOTO PAYS 1 to 5i30 7 to 11 Vaudeville Bill changed Sunday an Thursday dayt50000 CATHOLIC CHILDREN isare now reading tho Child Apostle It Is a monthly magazino of twenty four pages of stories pictures etc onlytwentyflvoboy or girl worth having a little SentCforeAddressrTHE CHILD APOSTLE 1188 McCormick Bldg Chicago HI OPai BOLIIBBS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Toledo Council has 1250 mem bers Kansas City Council has Invited Mayor Fitzgerald of Boston to ad dress Its members during his visit to that city Cincinnati Knights are cooperat ing to increase their membership A big class will receive the three de grees October 28 Rev Father Kearney last week conducted the retreat for the Knights of Dayton Ohio that had been postponed on account of tho floodTho observance of Columbus day at Manchester N IL will Include a monster parade with the military end many societies In the line of marchTho Fourth Degree Assembly of Now Orleans will erect a great gran Ito cross on October 12 at the site ol the Abbo JtouqUets chapel at Bayou Lacombe iLeft from the Dunphy estate the knights of Pueblo Col havo con siderable funds with which to erect their club house When completed If will surpass anything of the kind ever erected In that city Fort Wayne Knights will attend mass at the Cathedral on October 12 keep open hQuse during the day with an entertainment In the evening with Attorney General Hogan of Ohio as the principal orator All arrangements hayd been com pleted for a magnificent exemplifi cation of the fourth degree at Cln cinnati on Sunday October 19 This exemplification will also bo made the occasion fjor the Discovery day exercises RECENT DEATHS Sincere sympathy la felt for Her than and Maggie Droppolmon 102C Ellison avenue who on Wednesday morning suffered the loss of their Infant daughter Mary Ruse The Xn noral was held Thursday afternoon from St Vincent de Pauls cnuroh Many relatives and friends mourn the death of Edward OBrien aged thirtyone years at his home 1721 Balrd street following an Illness of a complication of diseases Several brothers and sisters survive him I WIs funeral took place from St PatrIck church on Thursday morning and was largely attended Edith Helen the sixyearold Sulboyby death Wednesday morning leav ing friends and relatives In deepest gloom Her funeral was held Friday afternoon from St Patricks church To the bereaved parents many tender their sympathy NEW ALBANY I rNew Albany Council Knights of Columbus at its meeting Wednesday night elected the following officers Joseph Brims Grand 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Melnrads Seminary and College united Monday and gave the Rev Vincent Wagner O S B arousing reception on the twenty fifth anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood Besides being a professor of both the seminary and college Father Vincent Is organist of the Abbey church The college hall and seminary library Nwere beau tifully decorated and here the rev erend Jubllarlan was presented with a handsome handworked lace alb spiritual bouquets and other tokens i On October 15 the monastery will celebrate Jointly the silver jublleea of Father Vincent the Rev Dr Gregory Bechtold O S B rector of the seminary and the Rev Dom inic Barthel O S B rector of the preparatory college Father Greg orys anniversary was celebrated privately last week and Father Dominics will occur November 25 Solemn ceremonies will mark the occasion and a number of visiting priests together with the Right Rev Joseph Chartrand D D Coadjutor Bishop of Indianapolis will be in attendance iirui nv PALL James Hartlgan residing at H227 West St CatherIne street and a well known rallroadBwJtchman suffered a wrenched back and painful bruises about the body Tuesday afternoon when ho fell from a box car in the Louisville Nashville yards He was token to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hos pital where he Is resting as well as could be expected and this friends pill be glad to learn no serious results are feared BOWLING GREEN Beginning next Sunday and con= rtnulng till October 19 the Paullst Fathers the Rev J J Deveny and J C Allard will conduct a mission aut St Josephs church Bowling Green During the second week et- tho entrance to the church a question bOX will be placed In which all are Invited to deposit written questions on any point of Catholic faith tor practice These questions will be an jwered each evening EUCIIRK AND LOTTO Under the direction of the ladles ot the conregation a most enjoyable Budif and lotto party will be held Monday afternoon and evening In St Charles Borromeo Hall Twentysev enth and Chestnut The afternoon games wll be called at 2i30 oclock and those at night will be called at 830 Every party given by these ladles has been popular and success ful and for Mondays affair they have secured many handsome and desirable prizes- ADMiNISTEIS CONFIRMATION Last Sunday the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue received a warm wel coma from Rev Father Hogarty and the Catholics of New Haven when he visited St Catherines church and administered the sacrament of confirmation to a large class The Bishop preached an eloquent sermon that had visible effect on the gather Ing that filled the church- COVISGTON The Right Rev Bishop Maes has appointed the Rev James L Gorey delegate to represent the Diocese ot Covington at the great Missionary Congress to be held in Boston during the week beginning October 26 Title will be the greatest gathering of the clergy held In this country for five years as more than eighty Bishops and 500 priests have signified their Intention of being present BAZAR AND SUPPER A three days bazar and supper will be given by St Augustlnes church at be given by St Anthonys church at their hall Twentythird and Market streets on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday October 27 2 S and 29 and a splendid array of prilzeswUl be I awarded on the closing evening FATHER KEARNEY INVITED The Rev L F Kearney the elo quent Dominican preacher has been invited to be one of the speakers at the Catholic Missionary Congress in Boston There will be seventy four others to deliver addresses in churches in that city on the evening of October 19 ENGAGEMENT Mr and Mrs George W Sinclair have announced the engagement ot their daughter Miss Ida Gertrude Sinclair to Joseph Aloysius DeLeuil The wedding will take place on the morning of October 15 at the Sacred Heart church- UNIVERSITY CHAPLAIN A now office that of Chaplain to the Catholic students at the University of Pennsylvania hasbeencreated by Archbishop Prendergast who has appointed Rev John W Keogh as the first incumbent The new Chaplains work will deal exclusively with university students Father Keogh is now a curate In a Philadblhpla church I BISHOP FOLEY Bishop Foley of Detroit will be eighty years Old on November 4 On that date also he will observe the twentyfifth anniversary of his ele vation to the Bishopric Because of the age of the Bishop and the strain of the celebration it is probable that two days will be taken up with it earlylnthemornlgof byDlshoPnoon a dinner for alt of the clergy of the diocese as well as the visiting clergy will be held In the Knights of Columbus hall GOING TO SPAIN Miss Margaret McCarthy daughter of exMayor Charles D McCarthy of teachmusiettoMl U lw ky t Madrid a 1 I o SOCIETY DIRECTORY1 R Y e A O 1K- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu IclcFinancial iarIrallTreasurerThomas Keenan BergeantatAros Henry McDer mottSeqUnelJohn Keane- DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefe Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning ham Sentinel Thomas Hannon DIVISION Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretarYJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes tion Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East Sentinel Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArma Thomas Far ell t Sentinel M J McDermott Y OMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President Oeo Thorn tonSecond Vice PresidentJohn J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording Secretary John n BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry IT KibbeyTreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat- lar SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY I have decided to continue these special prices for this month PULL PLATESd00G- OLD rCROWN SaOO PORCELAIN CROWN 300 I DR FORESTNER I am the workinguinus dentist Material and workmanship guaranteed Teeth examined free and will tell you in advance lmpreslon same day DENTiST 458 SOUTH FOURUH ST OVER TAYLORS DRUG STORE NEAR WALNUT office hours 8 to S Sundays 0 to 1 Lady attendant NEW PREFECT At the meeting of the Young Ladles Sodality of St Johns church tbla past week Miss Mamie Hennessy was elected as Prefect her election being by acclamation Tho sodality Kill give a euchre and lotto Tuesday evening Koremoor 18 HONOR PERRY Trinity Council Y M I imbued with the Perry centennial spirit held no meeting Monday night the mem bers preferring tto be at liberty to participate In the first days cele bration Tho next meeting will be held Monday night when a large attendance is looked for 1I HOLY CROSS Miss Eva Beck who is a talented musician has assumed permanent charge of the choir and organ of Holy Cross church Miss Beck suc ceeds Arthur 0 Becker TRINITY DANCEA I Trinity YL I 9cteJal Club will give the next of their series of dances at their hall Baxter and Morton ave cues on Thursday evening October 9 and are preparing tto entertain a large crowd TRI8H CROSS A magnificent prose the gift of the Irish pilgrims and associates to Lourdes was lent from Waterford via London toltl destination It Stand seventeen feet high is carved out of Kilkenny Jlimestone and Ii a I worliBJaoIo 1 7 j 1UJI1LE3 FOR SISTERS Last week at Fort Sniljth Ark tree Sisters of Mercy had dye extreme happiness of celebrating the fiftieth Anniversary of their profession They were Mother Mary Ausiln Sister Marj Dominic and Sister Mary Vdncentln During the services they received the blessing of Pope Pius X and Right Rev Bishop Morris The three nor whom the jubilee was given were ol a party of ten wlbb were brought to Arkansas from Ireland toy Bishop Byrne in 159 They originally stopped at Helena but four years later came ilo Fort Smith where they have since remained Of the ten only these threo survive IIIIIKIIXIAN DANCH toheSocial Club will take place next Wednesday evening October 8 at Utopian Hall Twentysecond and dar land avenue and Judging from the Interest displayed in the new organi zation a large attendance will be resenft This club Is composed of the younger members of Division 4 A O H and will give a series of dances throughout tihie winter and spring at intervals of about every two weeks Collins orchestra will furnisa the music GOXE TO 11KST Another of Louisvilles oldest and most respected German Catholic citizens Casper Leff 1627 Garland avenue has gone to his eternal reward He was born In Germany eighty years ago but came to this country and resided in Louisville nearly half a century Casper Left was a devout Catholic and a loyal and conscientious member of St Peters church from where the funeral was held Saturday morning Besides his wife three sons Fred George and Herman Left survive him SACRED HEART RETREAT The Rev Father Cyril C P has returned to the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road from Nelsonvllls Ohio where he conducted a most successful mission Father Cyril is one of the noted preachers of the Passionlst order ATTAR SOCIETY PARTY The ladles of the Altar Society or 3t Brlglds church at Baxter and Hepburn avenues will give a euchre party In the basement of the new church on Monday October 13 to raise funds for purchasing of the new sanctuary carpet WIM CONFIRM MANY The Right Rev D ODonaghuo Bishop of Louisville will confirm a large class dn St Francis do Salrs church tomorrow morning In the afternoon the Bishop will confirm a class at St Johns church in the county and Monday he will confirm classes at Mayfield and Fancy Farm In Graves county SNYDUK PEAK Miss Emma Snyder of this city and Richard A Peak of Hardin county were united In marriage Wednesday morning at St Pauls church Rev Father York performing the ceremony They Immediately left to visit the grooms parents Mr and Mrs C A Peak near BHzabethtawu CKITIC CULTURE Beginning Wednesday October 8 the first of the courses in the new Oollee of Celtic Culture will open In De Pauw University Chicago This latest educational development is the result of a movement initiated three yeare ago by a number of Irish people mainly school teachers who saw the need of a school of Irish learning where the Irish could study the history of their country its music arts and other kindred and Industrial subjects CHAMPION MADE DETECTIVE Martin J Sheridan allaround athlete of the New York Police de partment and champion discus thrower for two years attached to the office of Commissioner Waldo as patrolman has just been promoted by the Commissioner to first grade detective The promotion the Commissioner said was a reward of faithful service It carries an In crease from 1450 to 2250 LATEST IN STYLES Tulle Is being used for almost everything these days White velvet and white felt hats foretell a white season next spring Some of the lately exhibited black velvet hats have patent leather trimminguThe serge now being used for fall suits is heavy in texture but at the same time supple Lingerie Is simpler in effect than that worn last season and in many cases no evidences of lace are to be foundA notable revival of the autumn season is that of the zouave coat which has come baok with intention- to stayTassels will be much used fas tened half way between the wrist and the elbow on the sleeves of woolen coat suits- Nightgowns of printed and em broidered silk are among the latest Parisian conceits They are cut on severely kimono lines have no col lars and the opening at the neck 1la bold in place by asUk cord and tasselsTho fashionable coat this season Is a threequarter cutaway It can be worn in the afternoon or the evening at the theater restaurant reception or dinner The tango of materials is almost Infinite SMOTHERED CABBAGE Cut a small head of cabbage tine and put It in a pan where meat has been fried Ppur on a half cupful f sweet milk season with a halt tea= spoonful of wilt and two sprinkles of pepper and butter about the size of an egg Cover tightly and let stand ojr the back of the stove about fit teen ortwent7 mlnntae n 1 i FRANK FEHR iNconronATED BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- s everyone SENNACKERMANBREWING M INOORPORATED LOUISVILLE rr- Cumb Phone West 191ornePhone 1913 lIIJ ea 1 f WIEDEMANNr2tCORPOR T- EDBREWING a COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flw ORUBER DEUSER + Managers + Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO- qI INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordar a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 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for our Club Plan Cash or installment Phone Home City 5913 or address the Vacuum Cleaner Sales Company- CourierJournal Build ing Louisville Ky p i- ON SALE IN LEADING STORES IN LOUISVILLE 1 I I TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAM Vanilla Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPAN EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY i N NiNf9NtNNNNNIiNN itMt3N N N N FOR GOODNESS SAKE IEAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South r f N N NNNN NNN i tii 7iti t for Your Furniture Wants sc c I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices 1 i i the lowest and my terms the best JAMBS GREENEI 425 427 and 429 East Market Street II- i It t sa a 111111111 i I 11111 1 1Jo 1 J 11 + 11 1101 J 1 JI 11 01 11 111 I Z i t NOWIS BETTER TH- ANWHEN r GAS STOVESSo- ld now can beco nnected now but when bought in the rush season we can not tell just when we can get to your particular order LOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY ft I II1II lIIEEIIIIII SIll rr is Time For Stoyes First Thought Cold weather is coming Second ThoughtWe need a Stove Third Thought Geher Son The best place to buy a Stove or Range is where the assortment is large and the prices are reason able Therefore it is to your own interest to call on the old and reliable firm of I GKEHEK SON215 W Market St Bet Second and ThirdCO DOUGHERTY LANNING i TKCOKPORATlD iFIr EENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE Now is the time to fill your toml bin with our fresh r miiwdi Star Block Coal f425 EI5K TQlSf 3000 POUNDSCaaYJ6egl1aR88 1MJrtlto HKW City 3101 r t7I l I EW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY ClUB AUTUMN MEETING fen Days Racing Beginning Wednesday October 8 and Ending on Palls City Handicap Day Saturday October 18 GREAT 10000 ENDURANCE RACE QCTOBFR 8 Cherokee Stakes October 11 Golden Rod Stakes October 15 Falls City Handicap October 18 IX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE RUN AT 215 P M Americas Fleetest Horses in Six Rich Races Daily Under Auspices DOUGLAS PARK JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN MEETING OF ELEVEN DAYS 7rom Tuesday September 23 and Winding Saturday October 4 TODAYS GRAND EVENTS Louisville Cup Race Two Miles Value 3500 FIVE OTHER RACES BRINGING OUT TURF STARS First Race at 215 P M Admission 150 and 100 Reduced Railroad Rates HIBERNIANS t What They Have Been Doln the Pat WeckOencral- Ncws Notes Division 3 has two wide awake Secretaries in John Price and John HcseionIlev Fattier Joseph P Byrne w1l1 compile the Indiana history of the Ancient Order clubs of Division 3 an l advertiSErImonts Interest will soon be manifest In the annual elections which take place in December Fond du Lac Hibernians have ctosen Rev John J Shanahan for tuelr Countp Chaplain Lowell Hibernian are planning ith erection of one of the finest buildings in Massachusetts Not a week now passes without ian entertainment by someone of the St Paul ladles auxiliaries Mush praise Is being heard lor the Complete reports of Cou tyFlnanclal Secretary Thomas J Langan Division 2 held its meeting Thursday night and therefore will be 1 re lorted In next weeks Issue The Oottfesolon company will be leTe inI tfofShiberSBu will submit n irtcposltlon to the County Board At the request of Division 2 Irish ilstory study has been Introduced in 3t Lucys parochial school at Syra use Denver Hibernians held a public smoker Thursday night as an open- Ing move to Jncreaso their membe hip A complete report of the recent cnlc was made at the last County beard meeting showing It to be the nost successful one In years Tomorrow a class ot forty will 1 be Initiated at South Bend Ind State resident Walsh Of Terre Haute will be present and deliver an address Members of Division 1 are remind- Ed that they are expected bo be pres entat Tuesday nights meeting A reposition of much interest will 1bu submitted The HIbernian of Lowell Mass brave appointed a committee to om fet with the various pastors for he iurpose of baying Irish h16tory taught in the parochial schools Division 3 mets Monday nigh lhen it Js expected Uhere will be something doing This division h3 been very successful this year and will be active during the faR and inter months- A division of the Ancient Orde has been organized at Green Bay Wls with a membership of seventy Tho first initiation will take plat tomorrow when National Preslden egan Prof Rohan and State officers will attend The biggest event ever attempted by any society In Pueblo Col was- the Hibernian entertainment last- week Rev Father Wolahan Ichael Iiatfey and Representative P T McDonald were at its head and they made things hum imiMJANT PROGRAMME The most remarkable racing pro amine ever offered on a Western track has been arranged for the ming ten days fall meeting of the- New Louisville Jockey Club at historic Churchill Downs which begins Wednesday October 8 and ends on Saturday October 18 With the 0000 added by the New Iioulsvlllo Jockey Club to the fourrmlle En trance Stakes to be run Wednesday and the 1000 gold cup given the winner of the fourinllo race by- the Kentucky Hading Commission there is an actual value of 14100 hl added money value raced for on- the opening day of the coming fall meeting at the Downs During tho remaining days of this meeting three other stakes of Importance will be decldel They are the Falls City Handicap six furlongs for three arolds and upward with 2000 added the Cherokee Selling Stakes for threeyearolds and upward ono- mile and a sixteenth and the Golden RodSe11lng Stakes tor twoyear oIds six furlongs to both of which eventslOO itI added The many iprovemehta made atChurch1llQ- OWDS under the supervision of naer Matt Wjinn arid Secretary 1 man Davis have made that plant DOiw so fonjHjqdlouB as to1 iiaaka it JHlbl to accommodate a crowd D c r X which would tax the limit of such Eastern courses as can draw from New York the Empire City for their patronage Manager Winn judging by the crowds which witnessed 1tho Endurance Stakes o41911 and 1912 with the growing interest in racing expects all records to be broken In attendance this season Six races will be run each day and no purse will be less than 600 in added moneyt ST MICILAEIS I I The Pcrtysevehth anniversary or 9 Michaels church Brook street was observed last Sunday In a man- Or that brought Joy to the heart of Rev Martin OConnor the pious ani tealous pastor The church wa thronged at the anniversary mass Ill flue morning and also at the solemn vespers ini the evening at each Of which the eloquent Passionlst Ftather Fabian preached a powerful and enlightening sermon Preceding the nigh mass there was an imposing pro cession of the Blessed Virgin and Sacred Heart Sodalities and tho children of the parish who sang the sublime hymn to St Michael The solemn services were greatly enhanced by the splendid musical pro gramme rendered under the lrectlon of Prof John Recktenwald and Mrs Kate Newman tho choir being aus mented by Mesdames Ms Hulsenved Thomas BennettA Janalng A Mus Bolman Mlsse8vcaiary CordortylD Bennett R Neenan A tZix SteIb Whittier Eva Becker M Shjoiokenc fxul5 Vledemer Bertha Schmll Messrs Adam Emmeblsberger HenrY Qottbrath Joseph Mueller Harry soete and John Gruesser assisted 1by fasper and S Pappalardo on the cello and violin At the vesper serv loo the blessing of the silver staff to t Joseph the gift of Mrs Annie Datlllo took place CREDIT DUE WATJIEX The American Assoclatipn season lowed here Monday with Loulsvil Inishing in third place only a fe lV games behind the leaders of wbi fact the fans are mighty proud All are loud In their praise of Owner O1o yathen who more than made HD Ids early season promises to give U3- ni team which would bo a contender ind factor in tho pennant race The inning of the pennant by Milwauk mder the hustling leadershipoC carry Clark will prove a big boob I1 In his league as It disproves the statement that Minneapolis had amonop oly of the flag this opinion being shared by nil of the local newspaper Titles and many of our baseball ex erts among them being itihe Jobs ndlcator handler Hon Cack Bar Itt who predicted that the Cantlllo tribe would win by a margin of til t eh games and that Louisville would 10 second dup to lUhclr strong in ell headed by Rudy Hulswttt WALNUT THEATER With the introduction of hlgl class and entertaining vaudeville ir addition to its meritorious and clear Cesature photo plays the Walnut heater has been doing a tre icndous business playing to crowd- edI houses every afternoon and night he offerings are all interesting and musing and assure a successful season for this popular family play touse Manager Hilton changes the ludevllle bill twice each week and Introduces new photo plays everyday ENTERTAIN OX HALLOWEEN line Young Ladles Sodality of St Patricks church will entertain Its friends with a Halloween party on Friday October 31 for which exten arrangements are being made Tlere will be numerous seasonable games and amusements and In addition euchre and lotto will be played The party will take place in St lat- ricks Hall Thirteenth and Man the game beginning at 230 and 8- oclock when many handsome awards will be made- Ght1TTY THEATER t Next week at the Gayety Theater users Kllmt and Gazzolo will present with a notable cast the big dramatic success entitled Lites Shop W dows taken from the story of the same title by Victoria ossIt IB a alrong play of every day life The production Is lab- orate Instage aittlhgs ihechanlcal id electrical effects special attend being Qto the ralnstorm f lowed by the beautiful sundae InC the mountain it- Y f t 1 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Miss Rita Hannon daughter of- Luke Hannon of Keadb has secured a scholarship in the Galway Unl verslty Mrs Brldgiet Hutchinson or LOll hrcl County Galway has iac tamed the marvelous age of 105 and Is etlll hale and hearty At a quarterly meeting of Ar l3gl1 County Council James Wilkins of Dmmbee was coopted a member III room o1 the late iWllllnm Simpson The Drogheda District Council 1has received an order confirming an 1Im provenient scheme for the erection In all of seventyone laborers cot tages Much sympathy is felt all over Iay with T J Kelly Secretary Count Council on the death elf his wire which o curred in a private hospital In Dublin The death oCT F Fllgato of Ardee is much regretted He was Secretary of the County Council nnd was previously Secretary of the old grttnd Jury Lprfl Mayor McMordle who recent apeiied iliie Belfast3cdYiii3tfations he abattoir erected on Swart street lIt i cost of 260000 said It was the finest abattoir in Europe John J Rochford Assistant Clerk jf the New Ross District Council wad unanimously elected Clerk In th placo of P A Pope reslgnedand D J OConnor was elected Assists Dlerk Clare County Council has elect John Oalvln returning officer In con elecItonsItJl for Jolla Lynch the former OCC- Upant of the position The death has taken plate in Athy Convent ot Sister Mary Vincent Der tilnghain who was a member ot the 1inmmunlty of the Sisters of Men duce 18C7 For tfato past forty yea she was In charge of Athy HospHh The death has gccurred at the afge- or thirty nttter a short Illness of Wll nm Ellard of enagh He was II ember of the Nenngh Urban Com el1 and was also on the committee 0 ho Nenagh Town Tenants Association Waterfords mortality rate showa no sign of improvement For the icelt ended September It reaxfte he extraordinary high rate of 142 er 1000 the average rate for twet jseven town districts In Ireland be- Ing 199 More than a month has elapse Ince the 300 carpenters and masons hx Derry went on strike for hIgher I Csand yet there Is no sign ot 1 Ktlemenit Several of the striker ave left the city and taken up work elsewhere The death tpok place at Newry In mary of Hugh Kelly of Corrinshego tho was born In the year 11812 He ias a large farmer and In Oils tim was a well known figure In Newr p1ftrlct He had been in falllm health for stDime dime but retained hh mental faculties to theend GREAT RACING TODAY The Douglas Park Jockey Club fai meet ng which ends today has ful- fllted every prediction made for the 3port on the big tracks in Kenhick thla eeaopn The management has off red in every way the best to be had II racing and tho class of fields day Ir and day out has seldom been equaled at any aide meeting in this 51to eitherspnlng or fall Manager jchmeister has every arrangement complete at Douglas Park to make rnfortable the enormous crowd that II Is antlciapted wljl throng the courses afternoon when the 5000 dJvp- ml1oracels decided Leading lurf- men both East and West have en ga ged boxes In the grandstand fol- thla day and all that lis lacking now tc Insure a recordbreaking crowd Is a day of sunny sides The Louisville CQll Is the first of the longdiatianco f turn faces in Kentucky this fall rind1t outcome will have a big bear- Ing on Ute other events of this harac- tel to follow at CS iurchill Downs end Latonia Its exienaive field of great horse and the faottbwt each now can cure a skilled rider makes the reed Lputevllle Cup second to no- race run off In Amerioa this aaeon generalsracingI pubHc tMereet- c +++ 010 HiZ 111 UIs iU EI Jolt au I nIl 11 n III II II niL Itllt BAC5TA6LISHED N OR INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons4 Red Goose School Shoes The Finest and Best For Children Sold Here Exclusively in Louisville Red Goose Shoes For Misses and Children Made up in patent leather gun metal and vicl kid priced according to size Slzes812to 11 pairS17GSi- zes 1112 to 2 pair S200 Sizes 2 12 to 512 pairS250Se- cond Floor J Bacon SOD Joll Z loJ U111 11111 n+ 111 16 Up J There may be different makes of shoes there may be shoes for children but none to be compared with the Red Goose School Shoes In the first place they solid leather throughout secondly they are designed so as to allow growing feet sufficient space for proper thirdly every pair is guaranteed to give entire sat isfaction Red Goose Shoes For Boys and Little Gents Lace button style in gun metal and patent leather priced according size Sizes 9 1212 pair S17G Sizes 2 212 6 pair 350 Second FloorJ Bacon Sons 1H tTHE LAST WORD In Smart Styles Is the Way Many a Man Describes Our Fall Now SUITS AND OVERCOATS 1000 1500 2000 2500 Cunning Lewis Brotzge N W COR THIRD AND Mens and Young Mens Exclusive Clothes Shop LADIESSYOUR FELT BEAVER AND VELOUR HATS Bring last seasons to us and have them cleaned dyed and reshaped in the latest Fall styles Twentyfive new shapes to select from Ostrich Feathers cleaned and curled FALLS CITY STRAW WORKSi t 713 West Jefferson Street North Side Suits and- Overcoats higherpriced developement pair5200Siz- es Displays Complete JEFFERSON Phone City 3238 I 425 W JEFFERSON UPSTAIRS STORE KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING J 1 gtdwtJoffirtM Loulirlllt fil5 H The Last ollarIIIffTbat you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a iU SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED I twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR 111- n must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the II- U dollars you are wasting might keep that hard tIme from ever coming I Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co- B Fifth and Court Place 00 BIIOpcn 8ii Daily Until 3p Saturdays Until 7 p pi tSNAAAAAVV M BANNON PMS Sal Mgr are are or to to 13 to to m P BANNON JR VlciPrts dt TreM WOLTRINO F 1 Baunon Sewer Pipe CoJ Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe 4- Batmens Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits WLI WangDraln Tile Vitrified Street Pariatf prick Fire Prelai Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire Brick Grate and Ieller Tile Ground Fire Clay- Chlmaey I Tops Laws Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBtBPUOWB 873 WORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet oth and loth TBLBPHOKB 2833 r AAU Ragtime PIANO PLAYING fooitiyelI1l1t in 10 Ii 20 lesson write for booklet 1 FORRFST TMPSOi 2822 W 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