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PATRONIZE CREAGEFiSBUSINESS r BUSINESSSCHOOL Second and Brecklnridge I VOLUME XXXI NO 15 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS DEDICATED Vicar General Cronin Blesses Handsome St Brlgtds Church Great Congrcatlon Witnesses Beautiful andImprcsses Cath olic CeremonyS HSdlficeThat Will Long Stand as Monument to Father Jansen A CREDIT f0 TIlEl HIGHLANDS In the presence of a congregation acv large that many were unable to1 gain admission the Very Rev James r Cronin Vicar General of the Louisville diocese last Sunday morn ing blessed the new and handsome J tKrigids church at Baxter and Hep ouin avenues Long before the dab orate and impressive ceremonies be gait the streets were thronged with people eager to participate in the dedication of a dhurch that will long stand a monument to the plety and xenl of the Rev Father H W Jan fifcn the pastor and the people of the Highlands The dedicatory cere monies began at 10 oclock assisted tby sixteen priests from the various city parishes When the church hall been blessed tho Rev Father Jansen celebrated the high mass assisted by the Rev Father Craney as deacon an1 Rev Father Kennedy as subdeacon Rev George Connor acting as master of ceremonies RoY Father Charles P Raffo preached the sermon at the mass and it was pronounced one of ills best efforts Solemn vesper services with aii other great congregation attendIng were celebrated at 730 oclock In the evening when Father CronIn preached a sermon that his Ibearers will long remember The sanctuary was thronged with priests when the Vicar General ascended the altar as sisted by Rev John T Hill as deacon Pew Celestine Brey as subrfeacon and Rev John Kalaher as master of cere monies A special ifuslcai pro eramine was rendered Siy alfaug mented choir atboth the lMocnthg a d ofie liandsbmest church edifices In the Louisville diocese Has been com pleted at a cost of 150000 The ex tenor Is of stone and yellow brick with broad stone steps and heavy column supporting clusters of lights The Interior walls are plain white Twelve scagHola columns support tho ranch A rose window is dyer the main entrance and In the upper part of the nave are half mbn shaped win dows In subdued greenS yellows and old blue The contrast with the dark oak woodwork and pews is pleasing The aMars are of white and gold The main altar with a statue of St firlgld prominent was erected by Mrs Henry Klapheke in memory of ter husband deceased recently The Messed Virgins altar given by the Young Ladles Sodality and St Jo sephs altar given by the boys of St Josephs Sodality occupy the sides The ecagjlola rail with heavy gold Iteat doors was presented by the Altar Society Miss Mary Fleck is the donor oftQ large crucifix and the brass sanctuary lamp Is from the little children of the Holy Angels Sodality Two candelabra each containing nineteen lights are the gUt of An stony Schuler the two angels on the maui altar jare rom BJnjamln Pike while the handsome baptismal font seven feet high is in memory of Will lam and Mary Meehan Tlhe latter has not arrived from Italy but will tie placed in position as soon as It comesThe two windows In the sanctuary represe tTJerAg ny4n the Garden donated by Miss Katie McGratih and Easter Morn given In memory of Sirs lragd len Ohllgschlager The fourteen stations of Ute cross are the gifts of Miss Florence Cons Irma Klapheke Mary Helen Morris Honora Alexander Mary M Barker Edith and Gertrude Klapheke Vincent and Robert Klapheke Mr and Mrs Leo Goss Mr and Mrs Charles Klapheke Mr and Mrs J B Chllgschlager and in memory of John W and Honora Lucas LEVEL HEADED GLYNN AH the more thoughtful papers of New York State and outside of It have recognized the prudent and llevel beaded action of Acting Gov ernor Martin HiGlynn during the trouble and suspension of Goy Sulzer by impeachment Llejjl GOV Glynns prudence and states manship in handling a difficult situation saved the gtate from n yery humiliating If not O bloody Con met All the Authorities that have pssfled on the Impeachmentt prpceed Ings have decided that the Lieuten ant iQevqrnor was Gqvernpr Je facto the moment the JmpeachmoBt was launched Ihe was so advised by the Attorney General and later by a Superior Court Justicel of the State Mr flynn however In his good sense did not wish to act rashly Vnorlnt that Jla a short time kite ActagIqQreXnausting every technical claim Sulaar Tit last forced to re o- grna flynn as Oovernpf The honors lire 11MarUniII Glyiih and the sensible and builneii ii dple of the Stat New York hould never for get hiK great forenight wisdom and- S c I KFNTUcKY t IRISH AMERICAN statesmanship In saving the people humlll1atlprevailed at the beginning of the trouble between the Legislature and the Governor we would have there a situation as had if nbt Worse than some of the States of our SouthJAmerlcan neighbors SPIRITED MEETING With President Tom Tnrpy oc cupying the chair a spirited and In teresting meeting of Division 1 was held Tuesday night the attendance exceeding expectations Secretary Walter CusIck recovered from his Illness was present and a cordial welcome was extended Councilman an4Davidmittee reported the recovery of ex Treasurer Thomas Lawler but announcement of the illness of John sreI ceived with expressions o sorrow Following short talks by the President Daniel McCarthy Thomas Keen n Councilman Finegan and others a proposition to have n holi day celebration this fall was referred to the next meeting An Invitation to the anniversary edo bration of Division 3 on October 20 was received and accepted David OConnell being selected as the speaker for Division 1 DEATH A SHOCK The legion of friends of Mrs Anna M Grass were grievously shocked when they learned of her sudden death Wednesday morning at the homeof her soninlaw Henry Thieman cashier of the Southern National Bank 517 East Walnut street Mrs Grass was eightyfive years old and the widow of Peter Grass who was engaged In the grocery business The deceased was a native of Germany coming hero when a child Surviving her are four daughters Mrs J W Lemon Mrs Otto Newhouse and Sirs Fred Kronick of San Francisco Gal and Mrs Henry Thieman of Louisville The funeral was conducted from St Bonifaces church of which she was one of the oldest members GERMANS FOR IRELAND The National GermanAmerican Alliance closed the businessr sessions of Its biennial convention in St Louis Tuesday afternoon after de ciding to jheet In 1915 in San Fran cisco The convention in Its closing session declared its sympathy with the movements for Irish home rule Tim resolution to this effect was Introduced by Congressman Richard Bartholdtfjof St Louis who said+ guar personal liberties of the American people and In assuring liberal ImmI- gration laws THE CONFESSION The County Board A4 O H has made arrangements to produce last seasons great success The Confession at 4i te Gayety Theater tho week of October 26 and In conjunc tion with the Ladles Auxiliary will have tickets on sale for the entire week with the exception of the Sun lay evening performance This great play has been indorsed by many leading churchmen and mem bers of the laity Including Anthony Matte Secretary of tho National accordlnttotinguIshed Jesuit The Confession merits the gratitude arid patronage ot Catholics throughout the world This play was produced under HibernIan auspices at the Masonic Theater last season and for three performances and matinee played to packed houses County President TarpDanieland John J Barry are the Committee of Arrangements ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 0 Atta largely attended and en nightDivisIoni final arrangement for the celebration or its anniversary on October 20 State President PJ Welsh was pres et and delivered a stirring address In which he predicted a large increase hI the Membership of the order at largo during the present year The umiversary celebration will be in the form of an open meeting and all members of the order will be wel come Ear member of Division 3 will Invite young then who ira llglble and it is hoped that a large Increase in membership will be the result A number of good speakers have been selected to speak on the order and dts historyI- NVJTATION RECEIVED The Kentucky Irish American hits received an Invitation from the New Albany Catholic Ladies COn tennial Committee to visit their rest rooms at Unity Council club hbteduring the centennial celebration continues arranged ah interesting programme and will servo refreshments The ladles to hom lye are Indebted for this kindly courtesy are Mesdames M 1 Farrell and Frank Zoeller Mayme Schmitt and Nettle Powell LIFES WORIt ENDED Frank Whlttey fortyfive years old a well known concrete contractor died of pneumonia at 11 oclock Tuesday morning atthiiPme ot ite brother John wHlHey of 814 wet St Catherine atriM- tHe was stricken about a month ago l tlteendhOpHWercpv m Hi only iurvlvlsr relative here IIt hU brother NThe funeral was held Thursday morning from St Loula Bertranda churchU DEMOCRATS In Grtiat Glee Over tiLe Large Vote Itcglslercil TiLls Week I Louisville Herald Still Using Chi capo Yellow Journal Style Indulges lit Characteristic Alnics of Everything Made in Louisville d ml k djjt jf2 a THE JUNIOR ORDER AT WORK The registration figures of Tues day and Wednesday marked the deathknell of any hopes held by the motley crew of expolicemen A P- As and downandouters headed by the Louisville Herald the results showing conclusively that the Demp cratlc ticket will have a handsome majority in November which fact so disconcerted the rabid staff in the employ of the Chicagoowned sheet that they were ashamed to show the weakness of the Bull Moose position by publishing tile registration totals and Instead filled their columns with abuse ot the police the administration the citys good name and everythfng In generalThis very outcome was predicted In the columns of the Kentucky Irish American some time ago when speaking of the intended departure of Duncah Clark the present Herald editor he to leave for Chicago Im- medIately after the election who has been given free reign by the Chicago owner to abuse everything In sight in yellow journal Chicago style this plan having beep followed pretty consJztrilythe Park Board the Libraryi Board the Blind Asylum the city administra trail and others coming in for such vile attacks that the paper Is now regarded as a menace to Louisville the evident purpose being to force a sale by public subscription to rid the town of its nuisance rhlspast week Attorney W W DavIes expressed himself as pleased with the statement of his position from the standpoint of the Ken tft j i IiUljj 1ttt 1 lie es res to laVe no connee tlon with the A P A fanatical crew many 6f whqm are leaders Jii the Bull Moose party Mr Davies can not deny that the gathering present at the opening of the Pro gressive campaign was very much antiCatholic in Its behavior and many are predicting that he will be forced to part ways with the crow who are working night and lay to Inject religion Into the campaign For further proof of this contention It is pointed out that of the 123 comprising the Junior Order in the parade lastl week nearly all wore Axton buttons and there is no doubt whatever concerning the hate this piratical aggregation bears for the Catholics While along this line many are wondering why Charlie Byrne and Hunter Ross remained passive at that campaign opening and allowed their fellowCatholics 0 be Insulted without offering a pro test Much indignation has been ex pressed regarding the hasty dis missal of State Labor Inspector Ben Sand who gave statistics to prove that Axton the Bull Moose candi date for Mayor was deliberately attempting to mislead the voters In regard to the wages paid his em ployes and many are of the opinion that Mr Sand committed no error In giving out information which shOuld be for the benefit of tho taxpayers and not gathered simply for Commissioner Newmans private use or benefit If the Labor Bureau Is not being conducted for the benefit of the laboring men and the public should be abolished and the efforts of Mr Newman and his subordinates devoted to some channel that will prove of some beneficiary value to their emplbyers the taxpayers Mr Sands long service In laboring organizations has won him the good opInion Jotmany not tobe lost by the unmerited rebuke and discharge of Commissioner Newman COLUMBUS DAY The Jocal cbUhcil KnIghts ot Columbus 390 will celebrate Colum bus day which Is tomorrow by the Initiation of a class of sixty In the afternoon thfi entlrd class to be given all three of the degrees In the evening at 730 oclock a ban quet will be heldiat the Seelbach Hotel at which covers will be laid CoadyOhalrman rangements has arranged a splendid programme of toasts suitable for the occasion MINIMUM WAGE QUESTION Two Very interesting pamphlets on minimum wage legislation by Rev John 1A Ryan of St Paul Seminary have just been issued by the Central Bureauloftb Central Verein as additions to the already lopg lIlt of popular publications on the social question Doth of these pamphlets are cert lnlYp1Of1t tI EllylQf pending measures of B phpmic reform declares John Bats Clark In the September lIseue- theiQf AtUiHtJo Monthly few ap peal go atrpngly to public feeliag as does thf minimum wage act and perhaps none JIM a totter right to D t appeal to It Coming from the pen of Dr Ryan who is aCknowledged to be one of the leading exponents of this measure in this cdnritry and whose works on A Living Wage and The Church and Interest Tak ing have received wide attention they should be of special interest t6 the reading public Moreover the subject naturally should appeal to every voter It would be needles to remark that each of these treat J esls a ct rlirid lucid Xloaltio- iofthe legal minimum Wage dea from the sympathetic viewpoint of a4 Christian reformer One of these painphletB OlUnlmum Wage LegIs latloncosts one cent per copy and theotherA Minimum Wage by Leglslationflvo cents They can be obtained from the Central Iureau of the Central Verein St Louis UKCEXT DEATHS The funeral of William J Hlg gIns fiftyeight years old was hold from St ChnrlCs church Thursday morning attended by many mourn- Ing friends and acquaintances Hew s a brother of Mrs Timothy McCarthy 2825 Greenwood avenuo with whom he resided The funeral of Mrs Maggie Hund ley At lller beloved wife of iLee Miller 700 Fehr avenue was held Wednes day morning from St Boniface church attended by many mourning friends and relatives Mrs Miller was forltyftve years old and had been 111 for sIx months Her husband two sons a brother and two sisters survive her The funeral of Mrs Hannah Has san fiftyfour years of age wife of John Hassan was conducted Thurs day morning from St Philip Noris church Her death occurred at her home 1468 South Brook street on Tuesday Her husband six children John Oscar Thomai Everett Mar garet and Catherine Hassan and AI sister Miss Katie KettlnggyBurvlve her JBy tIOlleathi ot Patrick McCor pJck9 727 South Twentyfourth street St Charles Borromeo parish loses a faithful and exemplary member one who was loyal to his every duty and respected by all who knew him Besides his wife lie leaves four daughters and pile son The funeral was held Monday morning Rev Father Raffo officiating at the solemn mass of requiem Following a long Illness borne with Christian fortitude Mrs Nellie Rush beloved wife of MterRush 654 North Twentydghttjjitfreet passed to ller eternal rewailfli Friday nigh- thuidnd r J He a son lnh1ghitorand L brothers survive her The funeral Jias cQnducted from the Church of Our Lady the Rev Father Connlff being the celebrant of the requiem mass and preaching a feeling sermon By the death of John G Koch father ol Mrs Peter Shoeneman 1479 South Seventh street St Annes parish loses its oldest member Born In Germany eightyseven years ago the deceased had been a resident of Louisville for more than sixty years and wIts a war veteran Several children and grandchildren survive Rim The funeral was held Monday morning Rev Father John T Hill officiating at the solemn obsequies Funeral services over the remains of Casper Goesnvan an aged and re jootedr member of St Peters church were held Monday morning elnt attended by the Catholic Knights of America and the St Francis Socldtyl Born in Germany he resided hero thirtytwo years Surviving him are lie widow Mrs Kunegunda Zink Goesman three sons Carl Wendel and Mchael Goesman three daughters Mrs James Browning Mrs Warren Maurer and Miss Annie Goes man and a grandchild INVITATION TO HIBERNIANS Division 3 A Ot II has made ex enalve preparation for on open meet iig to bettuedd at Nelllgans Hall incteenth and Portland aVenue on Monday night October SKr and through the Kentucky Irish American extends a most cordial and sincere Invitation to all members of the other divisions of the three Falls Cities to je present on this occasion The irogramme will be an Interesting one with short addresses by able Hibernian orators and an abundance of re flesh merutl3 JUBILEE TRIDUUM The Jubilee proclaimed by our Holy Father the Pope for the Church Universal will open at St Michaels church Brook street near Market at the high mass tomorrow morning at 10 oclock There will be three days services the high masses on Monday and Tuesday being at 5 oclock The night services will begin at 730 oclock and at each service there will be an appro priate sermon All the visits may be made at this church and Father Martin QConnor tho pastor Invites all Catholics to avail themselves of this opportunity of making the jubilee INTO ETERNAL nEST Mrs Catherine nor eY Cain fifty three years pf agewldow of Patrick Cain died of cerebral hemorrhage Tuesday night at her home 1230 West Kentucky street Site ls stir vived by two sons and R laughter SIte was A member of the Ladles Auxiliary of the Locomotive Engineers and the Catholic Knights ind Ladles of America Her funeral wall held Frlday jnqfntai from the which she 1 licisdHearcJ1urohiQf meitilwr To her children the sympathy of Many friends Ie tenderedr ABORTIVE r Iuniult hl Ulster plijlfics Lib ernie nml Helps Home Hole Fearful of Civil War Gbnipro- mlsc t Only Hope of Tories iitI j i f t- lrotestautsDlsgustctl With Gospel of Sectarian niid Racial hate LIBERALS J1 iAtjMNST i ELECTit N Despite the dire threats of Sir Edward Carson and his Ulster Orange following the Government stands firm and each day makes more certain that Irelands long struggle for home rule will soon be crowned with success This opinion is based on the following from Hoh T P OConnor M P the Irish Nationalist leader in England I must repeat that in spite of the hullabaloo of the Orangemen and the Loreburn letter and Innumerable Tory appeals for a conference inter spersed with abuse of Asquith and Redmond the Irish situation remains exactly the same with JIt anything a considerable advance in home rule prospects It becomes more evident every day that the English Tories are greatly frjght gped by Carsons open appeal for civil yaiv and are looking eagerly for anynienns of escape Their present plan fInvite a confer ence on the basis thatt tour Ulster counties should be given fh8QPtI011 by plebiscite to exclude theuielves from the control of the Dublin ityrr Uament Although he has trletI practically to withdraw from such a proposal Carson evidently has been forced to agree to It But this pro posal I believe is quite Imprac ticable involving as It does a surrender of the liberties of the Catholic minority to the fierce religious tyranny of the Ulster Orangemen on the one side and being equally objectionable to the southern Prot estant minority as leaving them without the support of their northern o rellglonlstl 4WiLJi Ytirm ro erls hardenIng snore an1 more Liberal opinion in England and Scotland and already resolutions are being carried at Liberal meet- Ings calling on the Government to stand firm and resist a conference and other such proposals This is also I believe the attitude of the Ministers but it is accompanied by Asquiths as well as Redmonds undertaking all through to consider any reasonable amendment com patible with the principle of tftie home rule bill and the maintenance of the Indivisible unity of Ireland My impression is that no confer ence is likely at the present moment but that as the final moment ap pro lches with the certainty of this home rule bill passing the Tories will make a further attempt on a more rational basis to settle the question Meantime every day shows bigger fissures In the Tory ranks Lord Staldwyns twice Chancellor of the Exchequer and once leader of the Tories In the House of Commons separates himself entirely From the demand to exclude Ulster and substitute a demand for another general election a proposal which Las not the least chance ot acceptance by the Ministry Such a pro posal Would practically mean a reo versa of the Parliament act and- a restoration of omnipotence to the FJouso of Lords Any such proposal Is so impossible to all Liberal opin ion that even a Liberal Ministry which accepted It would be wrecked by Its own followers Another hopeful sign of tho breakup of Carsons campaign lathe growing uneasiness of Ute mer antlle community of Belfast especially among bankers who look with undisguised terror on the financial embarrassment if not ruin which might follow disturb ances In Belfast and the growing disgust among all reasonable Protestants and Ulster Liberals with Carsons gospel of sectarian and racial hate It is evident also that In spite of every exertion through careful or ganization abundant money and cruel boycotting the ranks of Car sons parade soldiers lire small pro portionately I to the whole popula tion OPEN MEETING The Ladies Auxiliary A 0 H have extended an invitation to all Hibernians to be present at their meeting next Wednesday evening which will be an open one A musical programme is being arranged In addition to other features The Cpunty Board officers pt thQ mens organization have requested the ladles to participate with theta In the production of The Confession1 which will bo seen at the Gayety Theater during the week of October 26 and the announcement ot the plans wIn be made at tills meeting The meeting will take place at 1ahls City Hall PBRItYS nREATGIlANDSOX The Rev John ta aO a Jeull- lpi1et of Leonard lIM will preaah ttfke sermon incidental to thE iSAlgibai serviced on jfche YUle Marl AoaifMiy Und iiat aril to brln toaettMlHonthe Mcond annua f a public demonstration of the diocesan Holy Name Societies In Erie Pa on Sunday October iL Father La Fargo is of illustrious lineage His paternal greatgrandfather was the celebrated Oliver Hazard Perry while foir father was none other than the world famed American artist and man of letters John La Fargo Sr now deceased BRILLIANT WEDDING One of the most brilliant Of the fall Weddings In Louisville was solemnized Wednesday morning with a nuptial high mass at St Boniface church when Miss Clara Danneliold the lovely and accomplished il tighter of Mr and Mrs J F Danerihold became the bride of Edward H Hlnkebein The sanqtuary presented a beautiful sight during the cere mony which was witnessed by a vast throng of friends and well wishers of the bride and groom Following the wedding breakfast the happy couple lOft on their honey moon trip and after November 1 they will be at home on Cherokee Drive MACKIN COUNCIL Some very Interesting reports were read Monday night at the meeting of Mackin Council The membership contest is now on siv earnest and Capts William Rlhn and Lawrence Rapp and their fol lowers say the campaign will be red hot and hardly fought as both sides are determined to win The Entertainment Committee an nounced that on Monday night William A Cassin would deliver an address on The Development of Laws this being the first of the series of entertainments arranged for the fall season PRIEST RESENTS ATTACK The Rev Father Kennedy of St Margarets church at Bayou la Batre Ala demonstrated on a Mobile pay Shore train Thursday afternoon that ho had not forgotten how to handle himself from an athletic standpoint and to protect himself from Insults heaped on it Is said by Eugene Hleronymus a young white man who was on tho triin and was drinking at the time Report made to Sheriff Palmer aro that HlefQnymus used vile language to the prIest who attempted to quiet him but thelnSUlt8 became violent and when the maiKstarted for him Father Kennedy knocked him under a car seat Not satlsfl3 with at tempting to fight with aprlest Hleronymus it is alleged engSgCl In difficulty with another party at Coden and was badly worsted Dep tYISherlfrsl tCode laveabee Lijand arrest tIme man who caused the disturbance The foregoing fs taken from time Mobile Item the priest mentioned being the Rev Emmet Kennedy who Is a native of Louisville and has many relatives residing here CHICKEN DINNER The people of St Augustines church Thirteenth and Broadway announce another of their famous chicken dinners for next Thursday when they will also entertain during the afternoon and evening with a euchre and lotto party No enter tainments are more enjoyed than those given by Father Felten and his flock and people from all parts ot the city delight in partaking of their hospitality and assisting in their great work for the colored people FORTY nouns The Forty Hours devotion In this city will next take place at St Helens church beginning with the high mass tomorrow morning and coming to a solemn close Tuesday night In this connection CatholicS In that section of the cIty will also niake the jubilee as It Is not necessary to visit any other parish chufCh OVEXSnORO Sylvester Monarch aged slxty nIne one of the best known men in Owensboro died at his home there Friday Mr Monarch had been In failing health for sdme time follow ing an attack of the grip His death was due ton general breakdown He Is survived by his wife and three sons Messrs Tom Leo and Sylvester Monarch all of Owensbbro HOSPITAL BENEFIT Friends of gts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital hive arranged for a euchre and lotto party for the beno Mt of that worthY Institution on the afternoons and evenings of October 21 and 22 It will be held In tho new addition and for this event severall prizes In gold have been donated by charitably disposed citizens CONVENT COOKING SCHOOL IrsP H Callahan and ia number of other well known ladles have in augurated ia movement to raise funds for a cooking school to be opened in the near future by the SIsters of the Good Shepherd An the convent at twentythird and Dank streets Th6 Stators wish W add this branch of useful instruction for the benefit of the girls in their cbatge- OMNiwroN The approaching marriage of Miss Anna Katherlne ScheldejKger a pretty and popular figure Inl QanaeHon so ciety clrelee to Walter PajtrlckJ of Indteaapolls JIaabeen formally an pounced and will take place on Tues I day morning October 14 1nSf I Mlchftli church Mlo Eve Marie Caper will aeia maid of honor and Atipwt Piktelok tIboomB- ll broth1aibe man I I WEDO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give Tina Office Your Next Order SIRING That Will Surround Notable Event at University of Notre Dame oJI Carried by Gen Thomas Francis Mcagher VAI Irish Brlgadeand Confederate Flags Among the Priceless Treasures SET ffll tiNt LNS ftlRT DAY The sword carried throughout the civil war by Gen Thomas Francis Meagher commander of the famous Irish Brigade will be presented to Notre Dame University on Lincolns birthday February 12 by the Generals nephew Senator T J Walsh of Montana of which State Gen Meagher was Governor at the time of his death in 1867 Senator Walsh will make the presentation In person in a speech to which Rev John Cavanaugh President of the University will respond and an appropriate programme will gIve setting to the occasion The battleflag of the Irish Brigade and the Confederate flag captured by Meaghers men during the second days fighting at Fair Oaks havd been for a number of years among the treasures of Notre Dame Unl Tcrslty and Rev William Corby Chaplain of the brigade lies buried in the University cemetery Con spicuous among the pictures upon the walls of the Administration building is one by Paul Wood rep itlngIntofire but on their knees to receive byFatherlarge rock with his hands extended over their reverently bowed heads The green flag was given to Notre Dame by Gen James D Brady It hangs near the main entrance of tha main building and on Itin letters of gold to match the gold of the Irish harp and intertwined shaW ock are inscribed the names of the hiTTiPS through Which Ilwas cai= rledYorkto Kalr Oaks G rl e m GettysburgFrederIcksburg Bristols Station The captured Confederate flag also line a history For years after tto war It hung in the sleeping room of Gen Meaghers widow When she broke up her homo she gave It Irto the care of Austin B Ford aa President of the IrishAmerican Union The union had possession of other of Meaghers relics and sent some of them as presents to the city of Waterford liEs birthplace and of which corporation his father had been Mayor But the captured Con federate flag the union had expected to present to the First Georgia flog ment against whose breastworks Meaghers brigade rushed In vain at Fredericksburg and In whose ranks had fought the Irish Jasper Greens of Savannah Negotiations had already begun with the Jasper Greens for this purpose when President Cleve lands battleflag order regarding the return of captured banners aroused such hostility In the Nortfo that the IrishAmerican Union feared to return this Confederate flag as It might be construed as a recognition of the Confederacy on their part so It was handed over to the unions President Austin E Ford to do vvitlv as he in his judgment might deem proper He gave It In H892 to Prof James Edwards now deceased who iliad charge of the historical archives of America at Notre Dame Meaghers life was romantic His famous speech fon the Sword and his patriotic efforts In behalf of Ire- lands freedom brought about his exile Ito Tasmania Like John Boyle OReilly he escaped and madp life way to America In New York he practiced law and engaged in news paper work and when the war broke out enlisted in the service ot the Union and rose to tine tank of Brigadier General He died as GOY ernor of Montana fa 1867 Time personal and historical connec tion between Notre Dame end the Irish Brigade wilt make February 12 next an intensely interesting d yat that university when Moaghers sword takes its place ibetWeeji the flag beneath which he fought and the flag he captured from a worthy foe PATIIEU DUNNES WORK In February 1906 Father Dunne of St Louis started his Newsboys Home with a few boys less money ProvldenceTloving boys and an eveflncreasingl loyal alumni stand as a mohuiBent t to the gOod priests untiring seall- and trust In God It itf a gratification to Filthier Dunne to know that a boy baa never been turned away MISSION A SUCCESS The two weeks mission conducted by the Dominican Fathers Cleary and ONollJj of St LouTs Bertrand convent tilts city at Portsmouth SundayeveningIlargely attended and the results Were moat srkjlfyiag to the able missionarIes and the Rev J JB Me Quirk pastor of the Church oft1ae Hply Redeemer J rrW 1jtajjif iX IM igi 1 ENTUOKY H AJID3RJO I KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKM HY M to the Social ted Moral AUCHItIBHt et triM A erfcaw and CatfceHw Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hiberalani Young Mens Institute aad Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Imcorponittd ruhllhr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINdLB COPY flcl Hatr d at the UaUTUte PortofWe ai BMoodClMJ latter k AMERICAN JW21 West Octet St When all Cosatdeattou to iba ICINTUCK IRISH LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 1913 I Democratic TicKet For Mayor Joihn II Buschemeyer For Police Judge Samuel J Boldrlck For Prosecuting Attorney of Police Court Harry W Robinson For Clerk of Police Court William E Holley f For Bailiff of Police Court Edward D OConnor For Tax Receiver Andrew M Sea For City Auditor William H Meffert For City Treasurer Adolph Schmitt For Park Commissioners John B Castleman Daniel F Murphy Louis SeelbachFor James B Camp John M Clifford J William Miller Joseph Overberg Fred Schvenker R Guy Parker B J Campbell Jr Richard W Hutchison C W Schmitt Fred J Leezer James Treasy George B Coder For Councilmen W P Graves John Neuhauser Charles Mann William H Karsl W R Ward Wm H Booher Jerome King AlvJn Rosenberg B H Benson Thomas J Garvey James Notton Rlcfli Whltty Mike Leone Edward J Parker IThos B LawrenceT J Morrow Jr D B Coleman Edward White Albert SteIger M J McDermott c R D Thomas John P Grieb rJ Finegan Thomas JJ91JFor Couni3 Ja3ge amue W Greene ft r i For County Attorney- A Scott Bullltt For County Clerk P S Ray For Sheriff Charles J Cronan For County Assessor George Schlegel For Coroner Ellis Duncan For County Surveyor J iRussell Gaines For Jailer Charles C FOster For County Superintendent Orvllle J Stivers For State Senator Thirtysixth Senatorial District Charles H Knight- Thirtyeighth Senatorial District Samuel L Robertson For Representative Fortyfourth Legislative District John Dreshery Fortyfifth Legislative District George B Barrett Fortysixth Legislative District Adam Spahn Fortyseventh Legislative District William J Kuh- Fortyeighth Legislative District S Mayzck OBriefl Fortyninth Legislative District William A Perry Fiftieth Legislative District W T McNallyFiftyfirst Legislative District William DuffyFor Magistrate First Magisterial District Robert p Dorsey Second Magisterial District Charles 0 Wheeler DistrictHenryEtFourth Magisterial District Jo seph MuennlngboK Fifth Magisterial District tfrank Dacher Sixth Magisterial District Ben gchulman Seventh Magisterial DistrictP T Sullivan Eighth Maaglsterlal District George IW BerryFor First Magisterial District Charles Ocborn DistrictPhilTThird Magisterial HMstrict J L Warren Fourth Magisterial District John J Banders IIlfth Magisterial District WlllI lam R 8teltenkamISixth Magisterial Dlatriet Sevenfth Magisterial DWtrlotmd ward Barrett Wghth Magisterial District jRsaee Duddy For Police Judge of Oakdale Sraest NKePer Police Jwlge ot Highlaad Park David R SpeeL- tgEAT1rxL a Tite taroUfflWit of the Catholic ololaofi LouisviU Otis term MB art W p bat beitAUfrt1r to al1 Catholic parents There are healthy gains all over the city while losses are reported nowhere The strides that have been made by the Cath olic common school system in its short history are remarkable The difficulties to be overcome have been so numerous that the task has seemed impossible but there is scarcely a city where several of the parish schools are not admittedly superior to the costlier public institutions The value of these schools in this day of anarchy so far as religious beliefs are con cerned can not he overestimated THE RIGHT MAN t Mayor John H Buschomeyer This looks good and also sounds good A ran In every way qualified to fill the position straight and square one who Is not a professional politician A candidate without blot or blemish one wlho has not been aligned with any faction With these undisputable facts before the people there are none who will deny that ho is the man who Elould be our next Mayor that he li the one who will give Louisville honegt and good Government and con tinue tier progress and advancement Will some one toll us why Jean H Ecschemeyer would not make an Idoil Mayor and what objection any advo cate of a better and greater Louisville can have to rallying to his support Workingmen business men profes slonal men all who would see Louis vile grow and prosper should cast tteir vote this time for iBuschemeyer and the Democratic ticket- KIDDERS oJ The Kentucky Irish AnjjHcan 1is in receipt of an anqnyous com munication from trfnember of the Junior Order resenting our state ment that xtn6 representation of his or afifzation in the parade last WSplt was quite a sheepish looking lot and our correspondent states that at one scorner they recelvejl qitsalot ofapplaust Evidently there must have been a bunch of kidders at that point IMMIGRATION The Burnett immigration bill to check immigration from Europe into this country which has been intro duced in this Congress after having failed last year through President Tafts veto is to be pressed through energetically after it is reported back to the House of Representa tives by its Committee on Immigra tion Its friends and its foes are getting ready for action when it comes up again for debate Its illiteracy test is directed against Italians Greeks Hungarians and Poles As the True Voice points out there is little doubt that Imml gratlon restriction will continue to be crged by a powertn influence in Congress and there is little doubt too that some sort of restriction will ultimately be adopted Differ ence of opinion arises as to what tests Shall be required President Taft gave unanswerable reasons for his veto of the Burnett bill when it succeeded in passing Congress before So cogent was his argument that the bill failednot only to pass over his vetobut to receive the support that was given it pn Its first passage There is not a single sound argument to support the literacy test for immigrants If those who are active in the campaign for restriction would only devise some means to keep out immigrants that are really undesirable the loafers and sharps and crooks that annually pour into this country from- Europeno one could have any objection The trouble is that their bill is framed so as to exclude the industrious classes that come here to work and to make their homes This country can assimilate in time all those that may come But we dont want the undesirables that our present laws admit apd that the proposed law is not framed to exclude MORAL WOMEN Another Protestant contributes to Christian at Work the statement ttfat while under the guidance of their priests Irish woaroa M a class enjoy and with Juattee a reputation for respectability of conduct unsur passed if equaled by any women in the world Even to bitter a foe of Rome as jr A 7roud declared that Impurity was almost unknown In Ireland and this abeenoe of- vulgar crime and this exceptional dHflcy and iHodftety of character ltIdueO their everlasting K Mrf to ftJie Jinfluence of the Cat- holicihiiiii j t clergy Immorality Is scarcely known among the Catholics writes Harold Begbie in a chapter on Bel fast In Catholic Ireland ho tells us even among the most Ignorant of the peasants spiritual life is the supreme reality and he records the tribute paid by a Protestant business man in the South In family life the Catholics are superior to the Protestants The purity of their women Is extraordinary The Catholics have the secret of the moral life WiilTJJ PERIL The culpability of a portion of the medical profession in the awful crime known as race suicide has not attracted the attention its importance deserves We should think the subject ought to have the thoughtful consideration of the Moro conscientious element In the profes sion for the highest interests of society are at stake if some check be not devised to protect the nation from the effects of the deslro to cover up sin and let wickedness have Its fling unchecked by any fear of material consequences The Rev preacherIat the Lemon Hill services in Phila delphia Unless the foreign element come to the rescue of the nation he forsaw its ruin The Standard and Times thus quotes him Permit ine to say in this con nection that I believe that Godless doctors by the abuse of the scientific light which is entrusted to them are in large measure respon sible for childless homes and all the consequent misery and unhappiness Too often they are responsible for the murder of unborn babes not only by their direct efforts but by their suggestions to proud and sinful women The only hope In America for freedom from this curse lies in the strong and healthy foreign mothers who come some what ignorant it is true but who are nevertheless innocent of the perversions which unscrupulous scientists have sown In thorie ndeof minds to the rig i aeon of the oldfashioned American home When I say awls I mean only that part of theTaedlcal profession which in this rsapect is Godless and I am reminded too that the ministers ot God including myself are just as guilty it we fail to warn the people both in regard to the dangers of their choice and the eternal conse quences following BIG TIM Because unlooked for and unex ieoted the following from the Pres byteriaaExaminertNeiYorkCityy makes Interesting reading Never has base charge been sustained against Its subject despite the Inuendo and criticism that came from ignorance and prejudice Truthfully the Presbyterian Journal says There Is a lesson for us all In the life of Big Tim Sullivan which has just come to a close He was a big Tammany chieftain grew rich by the spoil of politics and In the running of theaters and moving picture shows Despite all this however he was a bighearted sunny friendly man who ras almost worshiped by the people of the East Side ot New York He fed the poor clothed the naked htoused the homeless and helped the man who was down We covet such a reputation for our religious men for our church men We know Christian men who would let widows and orphans starve and yet here Is a man whose very bigness of heart made him an idol among the poor and a million people In New York sorrow over his departure We admire a beautiful flower even if It grows in a barnyard and there was much In Big Tim which was worthy ot admiration ONLY SKIN DEEP Father Bernard Vaughan whose lecture tour on his American experi ences has been successful throughout Ireland has returned to London con vinced that the differences that dI- vide Ireland and threaten perils dimmed only lightly by riots In Derry and strike in Dublin are only skin deep and would disappear like a heat rash were it not for the paid agi tators who keep them alive During his sojourn in the Emerald Isle he was the guest of leading Catholics and Protestants from the Lord Lieutenant downward He addressed audiences composed of every political party and had for Chairmen Lori Aberdeen on one occasion and Car dinal Logue on another The Washington Post one of the best informed papers says Great Britain is aiding Japan in the effort to destroy the Chinese republic aiding Huerta to resist the United States and backing Japan In her Jallfernla demands Other ev dencee of friendship H Reports that a consistory would be held In Rome during the month of December are unfounded It Is 1110 teamed that no solemn function involving te prs4aence and active MirtlelpatloB of the Pope will beheld this year It is BowpoMlbleto wnd wire law meaaga areaad the world I 7 ic + ONE DOLLAR a month keeps you on the payroll In event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Cal you afford to be without this pro tection aaIIWe Give IIandSurety Redeem iCouponsi CASUALTY INSURANCE Railroad Fares Refunded In Cash To OutofTown Customers DRY GOODS CO Incorporated IN CONNECTION WITH McCftEERY Be CO NEW YORK iiTHlRID FLOOR STEWARTS IINew Fall Models of Coats Suits and DressesH- erei are four lots In a wide range of t jV styles colors and fabrics priced at w pfci UU NEW FALL DRESSES The first lot Is made of Fancy and Plain Tailored Dresses and they are very smart dresses too materials aro serge ratine plaids and mixtures trimmed In fur satin plaid silk braid and velvet sashes and ribbons There are all the new colors and black Price 182500 FALL COATS New models made ofura lamb and saltex furs pile fabrics 45 Inch length long shawl collar and cuffs seal plush frog fastening colors are brown navy taupe and black Price 2500 2500 Fall Suits Coat SultsH9fcralght front and cutaway styles made of diagonal cheviots Ottoman repp mens wear serge velvet and braid trimmed draped skirts all new shades and tis OLDllTHE KNIGHTS OF Dedicated to the K of C The Knights old the Knights of old How brightly gleamed their lances How gallantly they backward rolled The heathen worlds advances How dear they held the faith 1 How kept All ithreatnlng danger from it How from Its pathway swept The turbans ot Mahomet TheIriig1i tbelKnlghts old How high they held the duty To fend the feeble and the old To shield the breast of beauty The Christ they saw every child every beggar lowly And for the sake of Mary mild All womanhood was holy And so they fared and so they fought Serenely strong and tender And left the world the thrilling thought Of dreams and deeds of splendor And though today their swords are rust Their banners dim and faded Their voices charge us from the dust To serve mankind as they did The Knights of old the Knights of old Oh you who dare inherit The title of those warriors bold Take too their dauntless spirit Let church and country truth and right Still your best endeavor And be the noble name of Knight Unstained by you forever I Denis A McCarthy flOCIffTYMrs Heights ml has returned from Birmingham Ala Mrs J Spaulding of iBardstown is visiting Mrs B S Mattlngly on Cherokee road Miss Ellen Elder of Lebanon is visiting Mrs Louis G Russell 1122 South Brook street Mrs Jennie Sullivan has been spending a week West Point Ithe guest Mrs Cabell Miss Cecilia Belle Lavely was the weekend guest Miss Marguerite McCulloch at Fern Creek Mr and Mrs Richard had as their guests last week Misses Helen ORourke end Agnes Oftutt Disney Ryan and wife have re turned from Lebanon Junction where they visited Mrs W A Arnold Mrs Roy Wharton Deer Park en tertained for Mrs Clarence Houston of Chicago and Mrs Birch Cooper Miss Annie Lilly of F Falrfield vie lied friends here last week and witnessed tfce Perry centennial celebra- tion Miss Brama Fisher South Louis ville Jaw returned from Floyd Knobs where she visited Miss Blanche Cam ptonMrs Henry rdlBI has been emtertaintog Mrs Michael Krebe and daughter Miss Rosalind ot New Haven The engagement of Miss Sarah Lally to Thomas Willstt Is announced the marriage to take RANSYLVANIAE N Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner President STEWART JAMES ot of ot in In W at of of FALL DRESSES New models in Womens Dresses of crepe meteor crepe de chine brocade and plain charm ouse In Ii variety of styles In plain color and combination models fancy and draped skirts all the new shades and black Price New Coat Tailored the black bravely sit claim Laswell JSliHsr t+ t K place at the Church of Our Lady on Wednesday morning October 29 at 8 oclock Mrs W A Lutkemeier of Frank fort has been the guest of her par onts Mr and Mrs Cc Hazelrigg in CllJton Mrs John Goss Pleasure Ridge has been entertaining for Mrs T J Mulrerhlll and George Mulverhlll of Anderson Ind Miss Minnie V OConnell who was guest of honor at awgok and house party in Indianapolis Is again at home In Jeffersonvllle Mr and Mrs John Whalen and Miss Mamie Clasby were Monday evening dinner guests of Mrs PoB Howard South Louisville Mrs S Everln South Louisville had as guests last week Mrs Gus Feeney of Poplar Bluff and Miss Jessie Clarke of Enid Okla Mr and Mrs George B Salendar and Miss Beatrice Ready of Frank fort were here last week visiting their sister Mrs Robert Harreld Carl A Wellendorff and wife have been spending the week in St Louis visiting friends and attending the National GermanAmerican Alliance Mrs Robert Lee who was last week able to leave St Josephs In firmary is making rapid progress to ward recovery at her home In Crescent Hill Charles S Raldy the popular West End letter carrier is off on his annual vacation His legion of friends are seeing that he is having a good time Joseph L Sohn Jr and bride who was Miss Margaret McGovern will return Wednesday from their wedding trip and be at home at 804 South ThlrtyJlfth street 1 Mr and Mrs George P Burkhardr announce the engagement of itSuelr daughter Miss Nell Magdalene to Martin Cradlck Their marriage will take place next month Mr and Mrs Thomas Curran and niece Miss Regenla Jakatz have returned to their home in Chicago after a weeks visit to their aunt Mrs Mary Hourigan Baxter avenue Mrs Elmer Newcomb and chil dren Mary and Louise of Anderson Ind are here for a visit to Mr and Mrs Henry Gottbrath Eighth and Market While here they will be entertained at several house parties The Young Mens Social Club will give the next of their series of dances at Utopian HaW on Thursday evening and the following are the appointed Reception Committee Leo P Reilly Joseph B Burke Ray S Owens John K Baldwin and Martin C Mnljaney Mr and Mrs W A Carney 1446 South Sixth street are receiv ing congratulations over the arrival of a fine twelvepound boy lo brighten their home The proud father is wearing the smile that wont come off and sings Some bodys come to my house Mother and baby are both doing nicely CONFIRMS NINE CONVERTS The Right IRev Bishop Heaneeey recently visited the little town of Joisinjrton Kaa where he admits ered the MKrament toac1u pf westyalms of whom nine wereeon rend lip 11- A IIQ I0- jr1 Jj i s co IlFur i PlanIi MAIN FLOOR STEWARTS Extraord SampleGloves FAMOUSx Wo have 2400 pairs of ithose famous Gloves for men and women made of capeskin and Arabian mocha reduced to the very special price ot 40 9oc 1CO and 250 Valuesii For Women Twelve hundred pairs are for women and have opehorn clasp and are made of English capeskin and Arabian mocha All are prix seam sewn with English cut thumb and arrowpoint backs They are mannish shape In tan gray black and white The sizes are 5 rte to 7 For Men English seam or overseam sewn and arrowpoint or twostrand backs Col ors are tan black and gray Regular and cadet fingers Sizes 7 to 9 It Is a sample lot of 160 and 200 Gloves and every one Is perfect Sale at Walnutstreet Booth THIR1D FLOOR STEWARTS CORSET DEMONSTRATION Beauty of form is one of the attainments that nearly every woman may achieve Mrs Miller will show the new est models of the Gossard Cor sets for which we have the ex elusive sale demonstrating their value as beauty builders in 211 I 30 up Your e Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Thirtytwo States will observe Columbus day as a legal holiday Hon William J Bryan will be the Columbus day orator in Philadelphia The Supreme Board was in session on Monday and Tuesday at St Paul Sixtyfive candidates received the third degree last night at Salem day will be observed at Fremont Ohio by receiving elxty candidates Into the order The Knights of North Vernon and Seymour Ind are preparing for a big Joint initiation November 2 The Alhambra had a great assem blage at Syracuse when the major degree was conferred on over a hundred Central New Yorkers Twenty thousand men will march in the parade tilt Boston next Monday In which the various nationalities will be represented by 120 floats All the councils in that part of Ohio will join in the celebration at Youngstown Right Rev Bishop Far relly will be the principal speaker For the relief of persons in need Calumet Council of Chicago gave a benefit ball last night at the While City Casino Among the invited guests was Gov Dunne Landing day will he celebrated In becoming manner by the Knights of Lexington The address will be delivered by former Stalte Senator W A Byron of Brookvllle State and city officials and prom inent citizens not members of the or der will bo guests of Indianapolis Council at the Landing day celebra tion and banquet at the Claypool Hotel ELECTED TRUSTEE The United States Brewers Asso ciation holding its annual conven tion at Atlantic City elected Frank Fehr of this city a member of the Board of Trustees The other mem ber from Kentucky is Charles Wledeinann of Newport They received the unanimous vote of the convention EUCHRE AND DANCE A grand euchre and dancing party will be given under the auspices ot Division 2 A O H at their hall Thirteenth and Oak streets on Thursday evening November 20 The committee promises good music splendid prizes and a jolly evening They extend a general In vitation and ask all to bring their friends NEW ALBANY The Womens Circle of Holy Trln ityohurch New Albany will give a- ootree sojdal and doll baser at the scbool ball on Monday evening lc- tober20 Those who attend are as- cured a most enjoyable time and a hlMti peiisat It11J r n ixth Floor Paul Jones Building I Stewarts Club Ii Ii MEYER MAKE Regular MAIN FLOORSTEWARTS COLORED SILK- UMBRELLAS S2GO 100 Womens Allsilk Taffeta Wide TapeEdge Umbrellas Rainproof 20Inch closerolling paragon frame steel rod di rectolre handles of hardwood mission and ebony silk case and tassel blue greon and red at each S250 M J CUSICK TAILOR Located Stark Building Room Second Floor ISuits from patrona solicited I1CBT11JOHBfflL MassColumbus I Il GAYE11Y THEATER One Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Purely American Comedy The Man From Home Complete in Every Detail Dealing with the purchase of a foreign title with American dollars the story Is easily recognized as the chron projectedAngloSaxon PBXCES Sunday Matinee lOc JSc iSo and GOc Tuesday Thursday and Satur Nighta10c WALNUT ST THEATER lOe VAUDEVILLE AND IOc FEATURE PHOTO PAYS 1 to 5i3O 7 to 11 t Vaudeville Bill changed Sunday andyy Thursday Photo Plays changed every day M REICHERT FOR CLOTH GLASS OR ANY KIND Of SIGNSArtistic Decorations Etc Call Home Phone City 2905 CENTRAL FURNITURE CO1 Incorporated N W Cor Third end Green Sit We furnish the home cem plate OB easy payments WM CALUONAN Mfr SUM Bui l 50000 CATHOLIC CHILDREN- are BOW reading the Child Apostle It is a monthly magazine of twenty four pages of stories pictures etc lost for the children It costa only twentyfive cents a year Isnt your toy or girl worth having a little magazine all their own Beafl twentyfive coats la cola or stamps Cora years subscription or aslc for a sample copy Address THE CHILD APOSTLE llgs McCormick Bldg Chicago HI FIRST IRISH PAPER In 1685 the first newspaper was tabltehed in Ireland It was a mod- Get little venture to the shape ol a circular letter printed on both sides or a small single folio JefJJrohnumber WM dated and began With the usual epistolary 8k It was printed at the Sign of ithe Leather HIRo o 0 r KENTUOKY s1xSx Anecre=cArr HOME rnoxsas CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 822 mast Main Streett 1 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 HHHH1HJ I + III II I I I 1111 II III III II I II r 1I I I J II I 1 ijran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 1tkli44a + DOUGHERTY McELLIOTF 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH H03VJBJS Gumb Main 2908n Home City 2008 OL- DFORTUNABOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO DISTILLERS WINE XNOORPOBATKO MERCHANTS IMPORTERS mmam 4 I 11111 i I1II1 J t IIIIII r I H It J 1111 J 111 1FINE WINES AL KOLBAGNESII 323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS H+IHu4LU ++ i+14I 244 141141R II 141 HI I 11+1441I 90 w5vwy Irw+OMrS++ v444 600i 0Sb i DR J T CHAWK I Veterinary Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET f TttetlmesCMb S 299a Hew City 2399 4+ t b4 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY f IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kj All the lateand new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and gee u- aitERRMANN BROS nCPORTJSRS PINS WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in lIlt Stud of KM tiekJ Wbhkles especially Pearl oP Nelsonu BOTTLED IN BOND Idbnem14f iS MCTNSDIKT 11rI J BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Ueleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pku 223 its year boy iat 4ueom tha4 will yr 9M tfc m See Ufa ST COLLEGE 1u W Ha1I7e1lnlUef Xy Ce 4aeted by the Xaverhw Brothers CUMletl Bolentiao tnd BvaiaeM Cerraee Preparatory Departaeet Loge BwlBMRlnc Pool Well 1e tdPM OhrH s- M Term leraM fee Jtmtu We f BAPTISTS Realize Headway Being Blade by Catholics in United States Commends Our Schools mid Our Effective Treatment of Children They laveNo Rightto Complain of Catholic Tactics Here now PROTESTANTS ARE DIVIDED The following taken from the current issue of the Baptist World the official organ of that denomina tion in the South will make interesting reading for our subscribers Under the heading The Catholic and the Child the Baptist Journal says It Is beyond doubt true that the Roman Catholics are making rapid headway In the United States They no longer conceal their purpose to make America Catholic They say it in speeches and in their papers What is more they are making headway towards that end It is not an idle boast They already control most of the large cities The largo cities support the large daily papers which are very susceptible to Cath olic influence The cities react powerfully upon the country Im migration is counted on by the Catholics to strengthen their forces very greatly They are alert on this subject and mean to conserve their strength better than heretofore Al most a million Catholics come to America each year They have not been holding all of them to their faith They are now looking after their home mission problem They are watching out for Catholic colon lea so as to keep the people together We have no right to com plain of their tactics here But the chief reliance of the Catholics Is in the Catholic school Besides the Catholic church you see the Catholic school This school gets the children at the impressionable age and keeps the child under Its Influence during all the formative years Thus the Cath olics mold the minds of the child In the Catholic faith They do not neglect the child Protestants have been very slow to realize the value of the child Even today there is no Protestant plan that is com parable fn effectiveness with that of the Catholics The Sundayschool meets only once a week for an hour or so and the lessons are not often doctrinal The Catholic schools run all the week and for the whole morning The Catholics do not merely teach general educational topics but they do specific training In the Catholic syatemvrltti hVafdJ of symbolic forms and paraphernalia to impress the mind of the child The result is obvious to all Tke Catholic has also an aggressive home atmosphere that is in hearty accord with the teaching of the schools With the Protestant there is often a total lack of positive religious sentiment In the home The child grows up in an atmosphere devoid of positive Christian teaching He goes to a school where the Bible Is not even read in public worship where rather no public worship is toSundayschoolgoes also t6 church he receives little if any doctrinal or even Biblical Instruction of an educa tional nature The result with the average Protestant child Is that he drifts out into the world as a non church member or becomes an un trained church member who does little or nothing to propagate his faithAs yet the Protestants are In the majority In this country but it by no moans follows that they will AlreadYthepeople are nominally nonChristians The Catholics are a compact and very aggressive body in American life The Protestants are very much divided and quite Jealous of each other They find it difficult to co operate except on matters of a civic Catholicsknowsituation and drive the wedge In deeperSo come back to the begin ning The Protestants are without an adequate educational policy for largolynegative nothtnforchild The denominations do not meet the demands of the problem with the Sundayschool The Cath olics have the distinct advantage of us all 09 this point The Catholics are eager to get hold of children to orphanagestonothing about the ancestry of the child If they can get the child We have had many advancements made in the matter of religious pedagogy In recent years but we are still at sea on the fundamenEal question of how to combine religious EnglandhasIn the throes of a great educational controversy We do nbt have union of wehaveneither do we have religious In struction of Protestant children save In a sporadic way We do not advocate union of Church and State Very far from It But we can not be content with the present apathetic condition while the masses inIgnorance IStimethe facts and provide a remedy WINDOW PLANTS Probably the most effective of all window plants art the cineraria toraisefewt r nt Yn SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O sD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Taryy Vice President Daniel McCarthy Recording Sacretary WaUer Cu letFinancial Secretary Joseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArcsHenry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keane DIVISION Meets First Thursday at St Williams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION B Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh flourlgan Vicepresident John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes jlon 1r- TreasurerDan J Dqughorty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J jangan Recording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far ellSentinelM J McDermott Y OMC I MACIQN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Frank O Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn ton Second Vice PresidentJohn J Lynn Financial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R Barry Corresponding Secretary Harry T Kibbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Qrat 3K SAVE H YOUR 0 TEETH AND MONEY I have decided to continue these pecla prices for this month FULL PLATE400GO- LD GROWN 300 PORCELAIN CROWN S300 DR FORESTNER I am the worklngmani dentist Material and workmanship guaranteed Teeth examined 1 free and will tell you In advance I just what your work will cost Have impres 1 sion taken in the morning and get teeth same dayJJ JOI3J2VTXST 458 SOUTH FOURUH ST OVER TAYLORS DRUG STORE NEAR WALNUT office hours 8 to 8 Sundaya 8 to 1 Indy attendant general principles to be applied to them They require a great deal more water than the primrose and once a week at least they should be soaked for three hours In water that covers the pot The reason for this is that their sturdy roots make such a complicated and intricate mat in the earth that water reaches them with difficulty from above MONTH OF ANGELS October the month of the Rosary Is also dedicated to the holy angels among whom are numbered the guar dian angels assigned by Almighty God to watch over us During the month each one should Invoke the interces sion of his angel guardian THREE CROSSES Do you know the difference between the Latin Greek and St An drews crosses Many grown people do not and it Is reasonable to as sume that the younger readers may need the Information The Latin cross is the one with which we are all familiar The lower limb Is a good deal longer than the other three limbs The Greek cross on the contrary has all the limbs of equal length rtwo pieces crowed In the middle at right angles St Andrews cross is la the form of the letter X The Greek cross U some times called the cross of St George and Is blended with that of St An drew to f rmthe flag called the Union Jack Exteaslon Magazine SIXTEEN CABINS There are sixteen cables across t1t North Atlantic oeeai 7 IRISH BISHOP ITclls IUnInificent Cathedrals anti Churches Why the Poor Arc Not Niggard ly in Their Contribu tlonsii Should Be the Ucstuna Fairest That Community Can Erect PARISH CHURCH HOUSE OF GOD To this question often asked by critics who find fault with the Cath olics building magnificent churches and Cathedrals jtho following answer was given by the Right Rev ID Gil martin Bishop of Olonfert on the occasion of the solemn reopening otter decoratlqn and repair of St Marys at Kilroa Ireland The latter half of the nineteenth cenltury said the Bishop has witnessed such a growth of new churches in Ireland that some economists have felt bound to protest against such a waste of money This note was first struck If J mistake n tby the econ omist among the Twelve Apostles A woman that loved Our Lord ibroke on one occasion a box of sweet ointment over his head and feet To what purpose is tibia waste said the economist For this might have been sold for much and given to tho poor No one will say thnlt Jesus was want lag in care of tile poor yet not only did He accept the symbolic offering from Mary Magdalen but He com manded that it should be preached to tho whole world for memory to her It is because they do not grasp the lIdea that God Is willing to accept e house as an offering from his people that some persons protest against palatial churches God does not value the size or beauty of a church except insofar as they express mans homage God is willing to dwell In a hovel If his people can afford no better lodging for Him He baa often done so but if his people dwell in houses of cedar and if they are willing to provide places fcr art and science and pleasure Is the Ark of the Lord to bo left under skins I need not I say press this point for all wtho believe in the public worship of God ore agreed as proved by fact that the building which is dedicated to divine worship should be the best and fairest that the resources of the community can erect With Catholics it Is not a question of housing a symbol of tbo Ark of tho Covenant nor Is it a ques tion of merely providing a building where the community can meet for common prayer and thanksgiving If the economist wants to know why Irish Catholics ara unsparing and why poor Catholics are not niggardly in thelircontrlbutlons for the building and decoration of churches he will find that the secret of this ext fayagances in tho Catholic doctrine of Ube mass and the blessed sacra menlt It is no figure of speech to say that the Catholic parish church Is the house of God Within that temple there is Indeed the consecrated stone here Is the presence of God in his word there is the dispensation of Christ through the sacraments of baptism confirmation penance and matrimony there Is the presence of God promised to those who are gath ered together In his name but In ad- dItion to all this there is the presence of Jesus Christ God and Man really truly and substantially present under the sacramental species Jacob saw in a dream a ladder readhlng from the girth to heaven CB which angels were ascending and descending By the light of faith tie Catholic sees many morning ongels descending to adore around the altar of his parish church when mass Is offered on the consecrated stone again ascending to proclaim in heaven that the Lamb wfclch Is Its lights Is lying as If slain waiting for the children of man to come and re celve the Food of Immortality WINTER WINDOW For the winter window garden cyclamen plants are exquisitely pretty with effective leaves and charming little flowers In an east window with an average amount of water and sunshine they will bloom continually till well in tho spring Then some time the last of April take them out and plant them in the ground preferably with east ex posure till fall and they will be ready for use and Just as pretty the following winter PLAIN CHILD Why are people so unfair to plain children The pretty members of many a nursery party get all the petting while the plain Ones do the looking on and envying This un fairness must embitter many a child and sow the seeds of the hardened defiant sort of outlook on life that so often characterizes plain people There la much apparent unfairness in life anyway but it is a shame to let it be rubbed in during nursery days more especially when the dif ference Is a misfortune and not a fault CATHOLIC PROGRESS The Catholic population of Pennsylvania today numbers 1633210 priestsInchurchesMORAL CRUSADE During the coming fall and winter the Holy Name Societies of the na tional capital will actively participate in the morals crusade of the Wash ington Truth Society and the Young Mens Christian Association which last season wag directed chiefly aocompAehed i 1 FRANK FEHR INCORPORATED EWINGCO1 Brewers and Bottlers ILOUISVILLE KYtt OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by very one who has tried it Telephone 452 t SENN ACKERMANB- REWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KV9 Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THEfWIEDEMANNnWORFO- LTEDBREWING J COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled BeersY Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flan ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO1 INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use OnUr a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horn 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t M NOWIS BETTER THAN WlE L GAS t STOVeS JSld now can be connected noWi but when bought in the rush season we cannot tell just when we can get to your particular order LOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY I IT IS i Time For StovesFirst ThoughtCold weather is coming Second Thought We need a Stove c Third Thought Geher Son i I The best place to buy a Stove or Range is where I nJabJeon the old and reliable firm of 1 QEHEl BO215 WMarket StBet Second and Third A DoUGHERTY LAING COAL CO 4 INlOfli021AT ADIFIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AY NQINow h the tirailto fill your toal bin with our freshly fllinidwStarBlookiCoaIaI V 0 1ii r 425 PER DCQNi 200 rOUNDS K w tM City 5101 Cmmt etJl8fIj1 n U I i NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB II AUTUMN Ten Days Racing Beginning Wednesday October 8and Ending on Falls City Handicap Day Saturday October 18 BIG CHEROKEE STAKES THIS AFTERNOONf lf- Golden Rod Stakes October 15 Falls City Handicap October 18n SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE RUN AT 215 P M HIBERNIANS What They Have Been join r E the Paxt Week General News JYotes The membership campaign is Itak ing hold all over the country Divisions 1 and iiof IridtanapolU will soon have Gaelic football teams learntI had recovered from hIs illness Councilman Charles Finegan was given a hearty greeting at the meet- Ing of Division 1 Tuesday night Division 1 has under consldera Lion the proposition for a holldaY reception for members of the order and their friends Remember the invitation of Divis ion 3 for October 20 It is extends to all Hibernians and means a goo time for all who attend The Ladles Auxiliary of Denver hasopened its charter list untl- December I 31and expects the mos successful winter in its history Members of Division 4 will remember that their meeting takesI place Monday night By attending they will hear some news of special interest to them The first initiation of the new division at Green Bay Wis was held last Sunday and was followedi with a banquet National President Regan was honor guest Arrangemehts are being made by the Denver Ladies Auxiliary for n gala winter They plan dances card parties and other socials for th third Friday of each month Division 7 of Syracuse held a rous ing fall campaign meeting last week ExNational President James Dola was present as guest of honor and de livered an address to be long rem em bered The Ladles Auxiliary of Cumberland R I will open Ithe social season November 14 A special feature will be the fancy dress drill toy the ladles degree team from Woon socket The next meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary will be held Wednesday night at Falls City HaJl Every member may ll6okHforwar4 to a pleas ant Besslonwhloliv means1 a good attendance The greatest gathering of Irishmen ever assembled in Pueblo Col made the Hibernian meeting held there last week one that marks an epoch in the History of that city Judge M J Gavin and Father Burke delivered addresses that were loudly applauded Hibernians throughout the city will be grieved to learn that John M Mulloy of Division 1 has been confined to his home on West Wal nut street for the past three weeks suffering from an attack of rheuma tism of the head Thursday hia condition was reported improving John Dunne representative of the Confession company and known to all Hibernians throughout the country has been spending the week here arranging for the coming production of that sterling drama which will be seen at the Gayety Theater the last week in this month Hibernians will be pleased to learn that an agreement has been entered into with the County Board pywhich special performances will be given in the interest of the local divisions Full particulars and dates will be printed next week GREAT RACE MEETING The greatest and most successful race meeting in the history of Kentucky is now in progress at Churchill Downs and every day there is a large attendance High class sport Is promised for every day and tha Cherokee States to be run oft this afternoon will bring to the barrier the turf stars of the country The Golden Rod Stakes will be the feature event Wednesday October 16 and the Falls City Handicap on Saturday October 18 the closing day of tho meeting A remarkable array of highclass sprinters are eligible to these events including Iron Mask Hawthorn Hellos Floral Park Great Britain Casey Jones Sprite Yankee Notions Lovette Helen Barbee Buckhorn Leochares Horton Grover Hughes Solar Star Theresa Gill and Wllhlte Thus far the horses have run up to form and on all sides are heard words of com mendatlpn for Manager Wlnn nail his assistants j MARY RILEY DEADI Mrs Mary Sd Riley aged twenty eight years wife of Charles Rellly died Tuesday night at the home of 2212Standard I band she is survived by several j brothers and sisters The funeral services were conducted Friday morning at St Georges church The interment was in St Louis ceme tery I u PARENTAIiTNFLUENCE Without the parental influence example and teaching the child will hardly have a charifce of acquir lag even the mere elements of re I ligion or the first principles oC an ordered life JThe onlld Ja for the moat part the creation qt its sur rpundlngi and no amount of chool ing in the best of atmospheres or of religious instruction from the Ji Ilpplybhen u id home life On parents rests the responsibility a heavy respbnBl blllty of which they can not divest themselvesof training their 0ff spring in habits of virtue of see- Ing for example that they say their prayers attend church receive tile sacraments and as their minds expand are properly instructed in their duty to God and their fellow rnenDom Gasquet O S B GAYETY THEATER The Gayety will offer next week for the first time in this city at popular prices the very popular TarkingtonWilson comedy The Man From Home in which William Hodge made his first appearance roleYplayed by Walter Marshall an actor partInsons Harry Farnham Richardson EmdAnna Pomeroj W H Belmont John IFernlock Emmet OReilly Gerald Barger and Elmer supporttWALNUT THEATER Manager Hilton is presenting a high class entertainment for the patrons of the Walnutstreet Thea ter which Is fast becoming the most popular play house in the city The vaudeville numbers are all mer- ItorIous while the photo play pictures are unsurpassed by any ever seen In this city LEXINGTON Lexingtonaeforemost citizens and widely known throughout Kentucky was elected Grand Knight by the members of ofnat the meeting held Mon day night This is the highest of Lice the council can bestow and the trust could not have been placed In safer hands EUCHRE AND LOTTO Next Tuesday afternoon and even ing the Ladles Altar Society will give a euchre and lotto party in St jCeclllas Hall 2621 St Cecilia street to which the general puBHs is cordially invited There will be numerou8 arid tiandsome prizes and a good time for alL Games will be called at 2 and 8 oclock OPENED PALL SERIES Trinity Council Social Club opened its fall series of dances at the club house Thursday night with an attendance that augurs well for a successful season The dances were proper the music firstclass end the young people spent a most delightful evening Their next will be given Halloween night October 31 FATHER FEIN A VISITOR The Rev Henry Fein pastor of St Josephs church at Armstrong Ind has been spending the week visiting his brother Paul Fein in New Albany and attending the cen tennial celebration CATHOLIC MAGAZINE The Catholic Junior is a new monthly magazine for boys and girls wlilch is rapidly getting a big circu latlon throughout the whole English speaking world It is edited Jointly by Father Vaughan and Ambrose Willis who visited the United States recently to attend the Cath olic Federation convention at Mil waukee and demonstrated the exhibit on the circulation of Catholic literature which is now being adopt ed in this country also The Cath olic Junior Is certainly a creditable production both from the Catholic and the Journalistic point of view and will doubtless find many thousands of eager readers in the United States The address is Fleet streqt London E C England and the subscription fifty cents a year LATEST IN STYLES V shaped necks are finished with shadow laces The simple seminegligee gown is much in demand Fashion now boasts a skirt nar rowest at the hem In the new millinery chin straps are gaining in favortGloves either match tho gowns cr J form a striking contrast I Gowns of white cotton voile are trimmed with colored linen Extensive is the use of tartan I plaids with other materials Long veils of black or whiteII chantilly lace are much worn Hats are turning up their brims at the back in piquant fashion Attractive for thefaH costume are the foulards and dark plaid silks Many zlbelfnes and Velours will be used In making of tall costumes The black and white combination is still good for YOungglrlst top coatst1 t wee girlies are now to be seen in the shops dm the finer undergarments laces of cobwebby texture and the finest Valenciennes are used SURE TO TELTi t A sure way to tell if a cake ls1I cooked la tOlUatly insert a skewer tin the center afd if clean when withdrawn the lake if perfectly t oeok- edL I IJ J MEETING i IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Event Culled From Exchanges Dr Charles arciDfcmnell Drogheda appointedjuniorI han Asylum I The death has occurred at Mullagh lpawn of Own Small father of the Rev Owen Small and Rev Thomas Small of Chicago A serious fire outbreak occurred at the premises of P Feely Carrlckon Shannon and the place was prac tically burned down Whilst walking from his residence about five miles from New Rossnfarmer named Michael Brennan col lapsed and died soon after The Kilkenny County Council J Butler presiding elected C Harte solicitor Rathdioiwney QUeens county as Coroner for North Kil kennyThe NaaS Board of Guahilans have passed a resolution of sympathy with the relatives of the late James Law lor one of the most esteemed mem bers of the IBoard and of the District CouncilAt near Lougibroa shots were fired at two jroung men named BroderIck and UUIy The former was seriously injured a pellet penetrating his lung but liLally received only slight Injuries Several arrests have been made At the meeting of the Limerick County Council there were two can didates for the position of rate col lector Patrick ShearIn of Bruff and John Calvin of Kllflnane stated to be the son of an evicted tenant ShearJn was elected Patrick Gurtgallon a blacksmith of County Longford was one of tho UgrJms who recently visited Lourdes He Was itotally crippled when he set cut on hIs Journey After a bath at the Holy Grotto he was able to walk I about with ease Me has discarded Us crutches Two serIous fires recently occurred in Fermanagh The extensive out offices of Belnaleck House the prop rtyof RJ Allen were totally sder stroyedno water being available- Forty pounds worth of Ibay ithe prpp erty of Mrs G Bleakley Ennlsklllen was burnt the same morning Te Local Government Board has Issued a sealed order to the Swlnford District Council directing the closing of the Foxford burial ground as the result of the inquiry held by theIr appllcatlon Interments carried out in it They exempted from the order ten persons who claimed a right of burial in the ground Tho annual election of five Com missioners on the Dundalk Harbor Beard took place recently The re MpssrsJ lam Twibiu and P Matthews while a seat was rendered vacant by the outgoingCQmmlssloners P J Kerley solicitor was elected to fill the vacant seat on the board defeating Samuel Locklngton by one vote Most Rev Dr Hoare has appointed Very Rev Canon Langan of Ban agher to the pastoral charge of Moate and Caubrey in succession to tho late Very Rev Canon Kearney The remains of the late Rev wbqdIedflolumbasTerryglass or sorrow on ithe part of a large con Mostftevrequiem mass in St Columbas the celebrant being Rev J Darcy SACRED HEART STATUE Last Sunday afternoon many 1Ie wltnewed tGe unveiling and peoI Inlioot a beautiful statue of the Sacred Heart 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