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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second aid Brecklnrldge XXXI NO 16 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS IIREDMOND States the Nationalist Side and Their Plan For Home Rule- FIgIitIsOvcr No Matter What v happens and Irelemll1ns- Von Attaches No Importance to Dan gers of Threatened Civil Strife I WILL NOT INJURE OR OPPRESS John E Redmond Chairman of the Irish Nationalist party reviewing the Irish situation and the future outlook gives out tho fol lowing The fight for home rule Is over no matter what happens Even if the present Government were to go out of office Great Britain can never go back upon a decision of the House of Commons twice atl fled by majorities well over 100 after long and detailed debate on a measure Introduced after two general elections had been fought large and so far as tho opposition could manage fought mainly on that specific issue Ireland has wonYet for the moment while the fate of the bill that Is Etlll beforo the country hangs undecided wo are still concerned and we must bo concerned In Ireland with the ab stract question whether It is nec essary as Unionists contend that all Irish affairs shall be referred to an assemblage In which Irishmen are outnumbered by nearly six to one and in which Irish interests are always made A pawn in the political game We on our side have only to hold the ground that Is won already but our opponents In Ireland are making preparations which cause astonishment to the civilized world Traditionally the party of law and order they are prepared to resist an act of Parliament with the Kingsgna appended to itbyopen rebellion Thepr fess to be armedand it Is certainly true that they are drillingthough In very Inconsiderable numbersbut they constantly put up the claim through their spokesmen for an Immunity from all the consequences of defying the law They have made all their arrangements it appears to form a provisional government- I am perfectly certain that no man In the majority of Irishmen wishes to injure or oppress our follow countrymen the Unionists of northeast Ulster In the place It Is tQ our interest to conciliate them We know their value to the community But in the second place and chiefly wo have had ex perience of what oppression means We know how bitter a spirit of re sistance it breeds We know that in the long run It does not even profit those who exercise it For this reason because l am sure the Interests of Unionist Ulster will re ceive full and generous consideration I attach no Importance to the threatened dangers of civil strife Until the bill is passed into law and until the obstacle presented by the prejudices of a few hundred hereditary legislators Is surmounted we shall be obliged to make it our first care to keep the present Government established In office and to keep the British public Informed of the real truth of facts But a few more months will see this business ended and we shall then be able to set ourselves to the more fruitful work of forming an Irish administration to deal In Ire land with the problems of Irish life It Is part of our difficulty that wo do not begin afresh as the younger countries have done at least to some extent with a clean slate But at the same time It surely adds to the Interest and the prestige of our task that we shall resume an interrupted chapter In the worlds history and that the very building where our labors must take place will bo associated with glorious names In the past history of states manshipWe goon with the work that Orattan and his contemporaries were engaged in when Dublin was beautified by those edifices which for a century past have been little more than monuemnts of a departed greatness But we shall go there with an advantage which was denied to the men of iGrattans Parliament Into our councils We shall call all Ireland Wo shall find our strength not only In tho church of the majority the church in which Dan leI OConnell lived and died but in those other communions from one of which came in my boyhood John Mitchell and John MarUnand from another from which issued m- own leader the leader of all of UHI whoso work we are now bringing to completion Charles Stewart Par nell CANON SnEEITAN The Rev Patrick Augustine Shee- han D DJ Hovellat tMayiit lee turer and Canon of Cloyne Ireland who passed away last week was widely known among Catholics In America and England al a novelist whose works struck a new note and one that appealed to the reader He wrote intimately ad sympa r7 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN IVOLUME thetically of the life of young priests and their dealing with them n and women of their parishes His heroes Were clergymen types of those known to every Catholic and he knew how to depict their lives struggles failures successes Perhaps his best known book was My Now Curate but Luke Del mage The Triumph of Failure and Geoffrey Austin Student were widely read He Was born at Mallow County Cork March 17 1852 and received his education a St Coleman College Fermoy and Maynootb where ho was ordained In 1875 His first chargo was at the English mission in Devonshire Later he was curate at Queenstown and then at Mallow Ho was In stalled Canon of Cloyne Cathedral In 1903 and received an honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity from Leo XIII who sent Father Sheehan a medal as a personal token MISSION AT ST CHARLES Beginning tomorrow morning two of the most able and eloquent Paui ist Fathers will begin a mission at St Charles Borromeo church Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets which will come to a solemn close on Sunday night Novem ber 2 The first week will be for women and the second for men Each day there will be masses and instructions at 530 and 8 oclock in the morning and benediction and sermon at 745 in the evening This mission will consist of spir itual exercises moral sermons and instructions doctrinal lectures the question box and personal Inter views These are Intended to arouse Catholics to a more exact performance of their Christian duties to explain the doctrines of the Catholic church to all sincere seekers after truth and answer all their difficulties in a kindly man ner and from first to last there will be neither controversy nor abuse At the entrance of the church is a question box in which all are Invited to deposit questions on any point of Catholic faith or practice These questions will be answered each evening TRIAL NEXT WEEK Thomas E Watson editor author and nominee of the Peoples party for the Presidency of the United States in 1904 wit be tried in the United States District Court at Augusta Ga next week on a charge of sending obscene matter through the mails The charges against Watson resulted from the publication of articles in two of his magazines denouncing the Roman Catholic JJJlr lln pJleoC thesa articles referred to the church belief ns the most profligate of pagan religion The articles were published In Watsons Jeffersonian pf the July 1911 issue and in Wat sons Magazine of the issues of April and May 1912 Their caption was The Roman Catholic Hierarchy the Deadliest Menace to Our Liber ties and Our Civilization The ed itor was Indicted by the Federal grand jury on November 19 1912 In the Indictment the alleged ob jectionable words in the article were omitted The indictment states that they were omitted because they were so obscene as to be offensive to tho court if set forth and Im proper to be spread upon tho records of the court Watson appeared as his own counsel at the preliminary hearing In defense of tho articles ho claimed that they could be no more objectionable than certain passages of the Bible Thproceedings will be begun Immediately after the opening of the Federal Court term Judge Rufus E Foster of the Eastern district of JUdgeFoster EmorySpeera disinclination to serve while im peachment proceedings are pending against him MOURN HER DEATH All who knew her mourn the death of Mrs Charlotte Foster mother of MayorHeadJailer of Jefferson county Though sixtythree years old Mrs Foster jovlaldlsposlUol1andhigh and tolerant of all religious creeds Fifteen years ago she came to Louts ville with her husband the late Charles Foster for years the drug gist at Twentysixth and Portland avenue Besides her son she leaves one daughter Mrs W F Flicks of Chicago to whom the sympathy of many friends is extended The body was taken to Lexington Ind her old home where the funeral and Inter ment took place Thursday morning NEARLY READY The new SU James church Eden side avenue and Bardstown road is1 fast nearing completion and the pastor Rev Fattier Willett hopes to have it ready for blessing and dedication during the month of November Like the others erected in this diocese during the past few years St James will be a handsome church one of which Father maywellBLESSES NEW SCHOOL In the presence of a large congre gation of people and assistedl by JameePthehandsomeparochial schoolljuitercted at pastortheC IFafheit Oscar Ackermann sprmouFollowingtherervicee I at a dlhrier served by the cpngrega tloia t I 1Dl CREDITABLE I Was Now Allmnys Celebration of Its One Hundredth Anniversary Cathot lic Population Did Itself Proud Edward Fitzpatrick Writes His tory For the Souvenir Booklet VISITORS TO UNITY COUNCIL All the citizens of New Albany without distinction as to creed or politics united this week in cele brating the one hundredth anniversary of the town and city It was a very creditable affair throughout and it may be said without boasting that the Catholic and Irish part of the population did them selves credit The town was founded October 3 1813 by Joel Abner and Nathaniel Scribner who came from Albany N Y but whose ancestors were Puritans from Con necticut Nathaniel Scribner the progenitor of the family having been a Revolutionary soldier The Scribners were Presbyterians and men of fine moral character They set aside lands for churches schools and public purposes such as market houses court house jail and parks Their descendants still live In this city and In New Albany in large numbers But before the Scribners men of Irish blood and people of the Cath olic faith had taken up lands in the vicinity of New Albany It Is a matter of record that the saintly missionary priest Benedict Joseph Flaget afterward Bishop of the diocese of Bardstown and Louisville ministered to the few Catholic families who lived on the Knobs now called Silver Hills before the Scribners came therefore the Cath olic people of the city have a right to claim priority in the matter of pioneer citizenship but they did not set up any such claim during time celebration which begun last Sun Theneohcededhonor of having established the first church in 1817 and they Joined with their Presbyterian Baptist and other sects in making the anniversary a great event The principal streets of the city were Illuminated every night and beauti ful weather during the day time made the affair very enjoyable for the homecomers as well as for the many thousands of citizens of Louisville who crossed the river to witness time ceremonies The Gov ernor of the State Hon Samuel M Ralston former Vice President Charles W Fairbanks and other distinguished men of Indiana for mer Cow Augustus E Wlllson of Kentucky who lived la New Albany- In his early manhood and studied law under Michael C Kerr graced the occasion with their presence The crowning event of the centennial was the parade on Tuesday It was the grandest pageant ever witnessed In the city the procession requiring one hour and a quarter to pass a given point In the pro cession the Catholic population did Itself proud Men women and children from Holy Trinity and St Marys were much in evidence in the parade and the Catholic section was conceded to be the finest of all The floats depicted the early his tory of the church and schools as well as their advancement The floats were beautifully constructed and were the admiration of everyone who wltnensed the parade An Interesting event connected with the centennial and one which will not be forgotten when the fire works and other displays shall have passedfrom the memory of the participants was the publication of a Souvenir History of New Albany embracing neatly printed and bean tifully illustrated matter in book form It was written by Edward Fitzpatrick who Is probably the best posted citizen of that city In the matter of its historyalthough be does not claim to be a pioneer throughtongtion The souvenir book was so good and so fair to all of the de nominations pad to all of the diversified Interests which have developed during the past 100 years that the Centennial Committee was able to sell the 2000 copies issued within a few days and calls were made tor more but of course but one addition was printed The souvenir book contains an epitome of the history of the city tells of Its churches schools business In terests before the civil war and after the war tells of the distinguished men who kayo lived and died In the city Holy Trinity parish the history jays was organized seventyseven vear ago and St Marys sixtythree rears ago The Rev Edward M Waller built St Marys church as well as St Edwards Hospital and t very nice tribute is paid to rather Taller who gave his large patri loony of 40000 to the foundation if the hospital which Is a great Blessing to the city The Rev outs Neyron built Holy Trinity dijtlgtmulched wlirliedatJ tIetteebook ThevarlourCatlteltr including the Httwnlana A- Knights of Columbus Y M I Holy Trinity Total Abstinence Knights of St John and others all receive due mention Mr Fitzpatrick was felicitated by the Centennial Committee and by the citizens of New Albany generally for the tact fair ness and impartiality shown by him IIn presenting the historical facts The Rev Father JGurran of Holy Trinity and Father Faller of St Marys and all of the Catholics of New Albany are pleased with the way their parishioners behaved dur ing the centennial celebration The members of Unity Council Y M I duringthevisitors Among the callers at the- Y Mt I headquarters were Gov S M Ralston Senator Shlvely former Vice President Fairbanks former Gov Durbin and others The ladles assisted SPLENDID Results Pro inlse l Vlieii Mission ary Coiigrcssfjprcets Next in BOTH Colony and Immigration lMove meats Will Be Glven Due Consideration F Will Be Attended by Distin guished Clerg nndjromi 4 nent Layntonl1 WILL BE INSPIRING GATHERING lt The Catholic Missionary Congress meets in Boston Monday under the care of Cardinall OConnell and the Inspiration of the Church Ex tension Society again directs all Catholic eyes to the work of that organization In eight years It has made itself a power Various were the opinions expressed during those eight years as to the present value and future efficiency of this new movement but it lids gone on grow ing and prospevlngy No one could Ignore It It is a standlng testi mony to the value of intelligent advertising even for a religious work wt ringressnfflweyears caned out by the societys offi cers was a wonderful gathering one that many might well call be fore It actually took place nothing short of a dream but the dream found its realization Now comes the call to Boston There is less doubt as to the outcome of this second congress It will certainly be a great gathering and productive of good by stirring up again that missionary pl ltwhlch sometime latent yet Is firm in every sincere Catholic heart No one able to go should miss this congress It ought to be an Inspiring gathering and from time past record of things dono by the Extension Society there is every confidence that such it will be One of the very best things n connection with the plans for the congress Is the unselfish spirit animating its managers Every mis sionary movement has its place foreign misions home missions immigration and the colonies Since the return of Cardinal takenshapeheadquarters have beenopen it the CopleyPlaza Hotel The local committee has already completed the work of assigning the visiting Bishops who are to pontificate in the different churches of the diocese on Sunday evening October 19 and the preachers for each church Jo seph Po Brennan of Boston has been appointed Secretary of the congress and has taken up his quar ters with tho managing Vice Chair man Rev Dr Joseph F McGlinchy diocesan Director of the Society for the Propagation ot the Faith has been appointed Chairman of the Press Committee The presiding Vice Chairmen Include the Arch bishopS of Philadelphia Oregon Chicago Halifax Montreal Now Orleans and Edmonton The erators ot the sessions are First session wolcome and organization Cardinal OConnell second session foreign missions Rev Dr Mc Glinchy third session home mis sions Very Rev Dr Kelly fourth session immigration problems Right Rev Bishop Muldoon fifth session colonial problems Right Rev Bishop Dougherty sixth ses sion solutions Right Rev Bishop CanevinIt finally been decided to hold the following mass meetings on the closing evening Wednesday October 22 Symphony Hall Bos ton Boston College Hall Boston Mission Church Hall Roxbury South Boston Lynn Haverhill Marlboro Lowell Lawrpnce Mal NatickAmongstmeetings aro many of the Bishops and several prominent laymen At Symphony Hall Hon Joseph Scott of Los Angeles and Hon Jeremiah E Burko of Boston are to deliver addresses besides the address of Archbishop PIlaval of Santa Fe HACKIN COUNCILy There was little doing at the lastSlohdayimall Efforts were reported being thecuringHub members are elated1 with thr mceess of their reception dandes which are being largelyattended i 1 NEWMAN Stirs Uy a Hornet Nest by Hasty Dismissal of Ben Sand Axton the Ten Hour Labor Can didate Shown by Filburn Little Light On Candidates Com prising the Bull Moose Ticket CLARK READY FOR GETAWAY Immediately on the announce ment of the dismissal of State Labor Inspector B J Sand by Commis sioner Newman for giving out sta tistics pertaining to Axtons labor record the Kentucky Irish American called attention to the fact that in doing so Newman had exceeded his authority and that the Information gathered for the Labor Bureau was Intended for tho benefit of the laboring interests and not for Com missioner Newmans personal US3 Since that statement was made In these columns it has been taken up by the press all over the State and Newmans slap at labor has stirred up a veritable hornets nest the consequences being that an Inquiry will probably bo made at the next session of the Legislature as to tho status of the Labor Bureau and in cidentally Commissioner Newmans little boom for the Gubernatorial nomination has been knocked into a cocked hat Now that it has been proven that Ben Sands report on labor condi tions in Axtons factory is but a repetition of former Labor Inspector Fllbiirns report it is up to Duncan Clark editor of the Herald who claims to be a lover of fair play to offer Mr Sand an apology for the abuse heaped upon him In the Herald columns the last several days or either fire a broadside into former Inspector Filburn who showed Axton in a far worse light than Sand and who by the way embodyinghisttheJhen Republican Commissioner of Agriculture The attempt to smoke out Axtons running mates has thus far only mot fair success the Bull Moose organ quietly printing a list this week In an obscure corner of the candidates running with the ten houraday nominee but neglected to give the anxious public a line on who they were Only a few are known among them being H I Fox known as the man who gave Congressman Sherley a close race whiles tacked Roosevelts kite and who Is a candidate for County At wagondriverpany a candidate for Alderman C B Nordeman antiProhibitionist leader a candidate for Councilman A J BIermann Junior Order leader candidate for Councilman painterforfor State Senator Edward J Volz bartender for Herman Oh niann candidate for Representative C K Jackson former bar tender for Vall Quinn candidate for Magistrate The above is but n samplp of the material masquerad ing under the head of Progressive candidates and are good running mates for Jake Haagers flying squadron of expolicemen and ox appearIng It has been suggested that when Duncan Clark the Herald editor ChicagoImmediately can do Louisville a goodl turn His past offenses will be forgiven if he will arrange to take Filmore Tyson Jake Haager Sam Owens Mel Lapallle Joe Martin Hunter Ross Richard Murray and a few more ot the Progressive leaders along with dlsI pastfewwill improve the chances for a better and greater Louisville In addition policiesa tendency to be antiAmerican a recent proof of this being the bitter attack on the Perry centennial sham battle when It was supposed the rout of the British as depicted was very displeasing to the Canadian oldEnglandgovernment of CLpuisvllle by Chicago naturally as a true born British subject being opposed to home rule WELCOME VISITOR Rev Father Hillebrand of Evansville was here for a few hours Thursday when a number of his pleasurefwas returning from Irvlngton where 11evSathert tervlces Though hls parish In Jvansvllle Is a lareg one he finds and1elpCATHOLIC FEDERATION The local Catholic Federation held U regular monthly meeting on Thurs Petter a RenVeleenbergftUry Tboroae Dolan An Invitation as received to be represented attfae Purity Jl ea us Congress butmo deler gate was named There were no committee reports ready cud there fore there will be an accumulation of business for the next meeting George Rapp of iMackln Council who attend ed the Milwaukee convention spoke on the work of the national body as did also President Ganz A proposi tion looking to tho publication of a souvenir history of tho Louisville Federation was received and referrer toa special committee of five HIBERNIAN AUXILIARY A brilliant assemblage filled Falls City Hall last Wednesday evening when the Hibernian Ladles Aux iliary entertained with an open meeting Miss Katie Nolan the President welcomed the ladles and gentlemen expressing the hope thut they would enjoy the programme and retire with pleasant memories of the night She then introduced Mrs Emma Waterman who pre sided with grace her Introductions making all feel at home The social session was opened with a song by the auxiliary choir after which County President William J Con nelly delivered a stirring address complimenting the ladles on their numbers and the excellent work they were doing Tho divisions and auxiliary ho said were now united ns never before and together they will accomplish greater things than ever Short talks by William M HIggins Lawrence J Mackey a recitation by Daniel McCarthy vocal and Instrumental solos Interspersed with dances by Martin Sheehan and others provided good entertainment after which light refreshments were served with cigars for the men present Altogether it was a grand night for the Ladles Auxiliary OUR COLUMBUS DAY Though Sunday was the real an niversary of the discovery of this country by Christopher Columbus Us official observance took place Monday when all public offices the banks public schools and many places of business were closed The Knights of Columbus however held their celebration on Sunday In the morning the Knights attended mass the afternoon being given over to a big initiation when hundreds of visiting Knights from Indiana and Kentucky towns looked on J W Klaphelce District Deputy for Kentucky conferred the first two degrees and P H Callahan Grand Knight of the Louisville Council as sisted by Thomas Conlln of Toledo cOnfered the third Sunday night over 400 Knights gathered at a banquet In the Seolbach when Col P H Callahan acted as toastmaster Thomas Walsli responded totne toast Time Day We Celebrate The other speakers and their themes were the Rev E A Baxter who spoke on Ideals G E Weinman of New Albany who responded to GWulfVega Clements of Owensboro who sayingthatdoing splendid work and should continue to be an Important factor KenLuckysung by those in attendance and a indulged adjourned FIGHT FOR SHARE A bitter contest oVer the 750000 estate of the late Patrick Kallaher thuroWednesdayto obtain a jury to try the case Time bulk of the property was left to a brother Michael Kallaher the con testants being Mrs Mary Elliott a halfsister and James Kallaher a Afeaturebe the deposition of Miss Mollla Quirk of Milwaukee a trained nurse who waited on Kallaher in his last illness Patrick Kallaher was a policeman in Louisville prior to the outbreak of the civil war He left this city in 1857 and located to Memphis During the yellow fevpr yearslaterthem sold their property at low fig ures Kallaher purchased a largo amount of real estate at this time When the fever abated and business conditions resumed a normal status property values increased and KaHn her became a rich man FIRE CIIIEF OASSIN HURT While responding to an alarm of fire Monday night Assistant Fire Chief Michael Cassin was thrown from his buggy at Preston and Caldwell streets and painfully hurt about the body and head When picked up be was unconscious and for a time it was thought his in juries might prove fatal He was at once removed to the City Hos pital and upon regaining conscious ness his first inquiry was tot his aide Martin Lacey who escaped unhurt Chief Cassin was resting easy Thursday and expects that he will soon be able to return to duty HERE ON VISIT Rev Father John A Creary of this city who has been stationed at Fond du Lac Wis for the past several years as Chaplain of the Henry Doyle Homo has been here on a visit this past week to rela islookingf i his local friends claiming that he Is growing younger every day ILVLLOWEEN PARTY The Young Ladles Sodality of Sf Patricks churcji will entertain with e Halloween pertp on Friday afttrpoor and evening October 31 andwll ftyreOa1iaMWlllbe 8 oclock WE bc- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK aGive This Office Your Next Order 18 first that idea mod Up with onto date I SOCIALISTS And Their Motives Arc Given a Scoring by Cardinal OConncll 4 Declares They Arc Unmindful of Their True Obligation tq Society i rL Doctrines Strike nt Foundation of Our Family Life mud Religion HE BELIEVES IN TRADES UNION His Eminence William Cardinal 3 OConnell prlrfts an article in the Gateway for October entitled Free domtho Law of Christ In which he rather bitterly attacks the mo tives of Socialists and says that the only means through which a fair n adjustment of wages and social re t lationship may be brought about is Christianity He concludes that the Socialist because of his rampant in dividualism is unmindful of his true dutytohe says about Socialists This natural discontent is fo mented and intensified by the noisy agitators of Socialism the enemies of God and man who would over turn the foundations upon which exileGodset of men who seek to conceal the malice of their real principles but disturbers abomination striking at the founda religionTheir y class of men were graphically de scribed by St Paul in his second epistle to the Thessalonians setsforththemselvesintosaysdefinitelybelonghJbelievesstrike for living wages but that hfi does not belleve they have the ght totvlolencei And hIsrlghnl he says arises out of the natural fortheirwrites thenIswage dictated by the law of nature publlcpolicywago earner and to protect this alllegitimate comblneandformers to exert the adequate moral betterhisistyranny r j interestshave many ways to protect their in halonlycombinationMoreover workingmens associations may peacefully agitate and intheirotthisbolegitimateiy r y charityandthe worker in the lIdst resort has isto w methods others tQ strike with him when this extreme measure becomes necessary to mitigate unendurable runreasonablesation for his labor after all other gJAllof manhaswill maintain his home In frugal r and reasonable comfort All the other conclusions which we have F flowIng on the ground that any one who possesses a natural right may make protect violation GREAT CATHOLIC WORK Pope Plus will sign a document onlytheaffixed his signature during his Pontificate but one which is looked on as the most important in the history of the Catholic church and one of the at tempted by anyPopenam01 the codification of the canon law de creed by Pope Plus In 1904 jnd now practically completed The work which has taken more than nine years was In the hands of two CardinalscanonIstsseminaries abroad with the cooper Biehopethroughout missions carefully prepared four volumes containing the texts pf the whiledltingpractical codifier In charge of the work says tree ot time largest rooms In the Vatican are filled with naUtuloDliheh the Tope has promulgated the aew code A Rh KENXUOKYX 8H F11I0A1YiI a TIflMERI6fIIn r aevted tee tilt Seclil tad Moral Ujueuaeawtti Irish AacrktM and Catfcelk J JInstitute Ancient Order of Hlberalans Young Mens and CatnoHc KnIghts of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PnlNTINQ CO Incorporated Puhll h ro SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Ie Enltrcd at th LaukrHU Poftettlc ti SMOBdCUu rutttr ilJrtH all CoMBiiMMtii k Ult KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN JM21 Wet Oreei St LrnrSVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 1913 Democratic TicKet For Mayor John H Buschemeyer For PoUco Judge Samuel J Boldrlck For rrosecutivB Attorney of Police Court Harry W Robinson t For Clerk of Police Court William E Holley For Balllfi 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 t John B Castleman Daniel F Murphy Louis SeelbachFor Janice B Camp John M Clifford J William Miller Joseph Overberg Fred Schwenkor R Guy Parker B J Campbell Jr Richard W Hutchison C W Schmltt Fred J Leezer James Treasy i George B Coder For Councilmen W P Graves Jobn Neuhauser Charles Mann William H Karst W R Ward Wm H Booher Jerome King AlvIn Rosenberg- B H Benson Thomas J Garvey James Norton Kloh WhItty Mike Leone Edward J Parker Thos E LawrencoT J Morrow Jr D B Coleman Edward White Albert Steiger M J McDermott R D Thomas John P Grleb a C J Finegan Thomas J Dolan For County Judge j3atnuel W Greene j l For County Attorney BulilttlFor County Clerk- P S Ray For Sheriff Charles J Cronan For County Assessor George Schlegel For Coroner Ellis Duncan For County Surveyor J Russell GaInes For Jailer Charles C Poster For County SSuperintendent Orvllle J Stivers For State Senator Thirtysixth Senatorial District Charles H Knight- TbirtyelEfoith Senatorial District Samuel L Robertson For Representative Fortyfourth Legislative District John iDresher Fortyfifth Legislative District George B Barrett Fortysixth Legislative District Adam Spahn Fortyseventh Legislative District William J Kuh- Fortyeighth Legislative District S Mayzck OBrien Fortyninth Legislative District William A Perry Fiftieth Legislative District W I T McNallyFiftyfirst Legislative District William Duffy For Magistrate First Magisterial DistrictRobert 0 DorseySecond Magisterial District Charlea C Wheeler Third Magisterial DistrictHenry- E CrawfordFourth Magisterial District Jo seph MuenniagfaoK Fifth Magisterial DIstrictFrank Dacher Sixth Magisterial DIstrIctBen Schulman Seventh Magisterial IstrlctP T Sullivan Eighth Magisterial District yGeorge IW BerryFor First Magisterial District Charles Qsbora Second Magisterial District Pall T German Jr Third Magisterial District J L WarrenFourth Magisterial District John 7 I SandersJtftk District WI11 lam R Steltenkamp Jgteth Magisterial District Seveufth Magisterial District Ed ward Barrett Wgala Magisterial jDIatrlot James Daddy FQIJ FoUcc Judge of Oakdale i rmeet T Meafr For FoUce Judge of Highland Park David R lilpeeit y ABSURD DHMAND tied fife promote ot the Perry ewtomtal e M raUo rMllMd I2so0e Atf uoeet tr9tliat wn+ r u dertaking would they have turned a single cent Into the city or county treasury Not they Therefore their request for J23000 of the taxpayers money should be turned down The General Council nor Fis calCourt have no right to Impose this burden upon the people who were neither considered or con sulted Until the guarantee fund is collected the only evidence of good faith the proposition to make the city pay the debt even before a statement from the auditors has been submitted is most ridiculous and absurd NOT DEMOCRACY After a long weary wait in the hope of final reward the Democrats in the Postoffice have been given n severe blow by Postmaster Sqhmltta appointment to Assistant Postmaster of a man who registered Republican no later than the 1S12 election STAND FIRM Latest cable news Is that ever since Lord Loreburn wrote his famous letter to the Times the whole Tory press has been fran tically endeavoring to make the people believe that home rule Is doomed and that in a few more days the Government will be down on UR knees begging for mercy Nobody believes this story any longer While the Government deplores that home rule may cause bloodshed in Ulster and even this Is doubtful every member of the Cabinet is determ ined that to appear to grant even the smallest concession to those wino are openly preaching sedition would be the height of folly Be sides there Is as much difference between the revolution threatened In Ulster and real revolution as between a blow on a base drum and a shot from a thirteenInch gun People who really mean to male revolution dont go abroad adver Using the fact any more t1uinn man who wants to commit suicide tatdsth wfiole world into His confidence or if he does it is quite sure that he does so In order that somebody may save him at the critical moment ENDURING AUTHORITY Prof Mallofik an agnostic tells us that every nonCatholic body Is as a religious system In process or dissolution It Is fast ceasing to carry any weight as a doctrinal or moral power The Catholic church he says is the sole living and enduring Christian authority She alone lips or even claims to have the power to speak or teach in fallibly In faith or morality She alone has an organization by which her laws can be enforced Above all she alone is able to give unity to a people composed of so ninny and so varied elements as ours and form them Into a great nation In a word to her alone the people of Australia must look to maintain for them in the consciences of citizens those flied principles of religion and morality without which a selr governing people must ultimately fall into chaotic anarchy and ambitious despotism Free institu Lions depend for their worth stability and permanence on the virtue and Intelllegnco of the people but nature unaided is not sufficient even under the pest gov ernment and laws to maintain the virtue and integrity of a people Unless by grace from above him he can erect himself how mean a thing is man To nations as to individuals It has been said Without me you can do nothing Unless God builds the house he labors In vain who builds It Materialism and the de nial of a personal Godmornll Governor of the universe anni hilate conscience break down the barriers of sensuality sow broad cast the seeds of moral death and are fatal to true liberty and social order A corrupt man Is a selfish man An appeal to duty or to the higher law finds no response in his conscience A people without be lief in God or In a future state will not long remain enlightened or noble or tree Forts own protect tlon therefore an age of democracy should be an age of religion There Is no progress worthy of the name where provision it not made for the growth of mans moral and spiritual rellglour nature for the soul fit nan IJ naturally Christian The tints far making the jubilee will expire December L No Cath olic whq hi oliottpus for th- dwelfaref tilde soul should neglect to perform Uf prtaMpr Meribfd t u for the gaining of the great indul gence attached to the lulflllmen of the few conditions so easy to be complied with In all of our churches services for this purpose aro being held and everybody should give this important duty their first attention The Episcopalian convention has divided Into two factions and the proceedings are not what were expected The high church and low church elements are hopelessly dl yfded and suggestions that the corporate name be changed and the prayer book revised have pre clpitated heated wrangles and Ion debate With 28873 voters registered as Democrats a marked increase over last year John Buschemeyer election as Mayor must follow The Republicans Progressives and Indo pendents combined registered only1 25368 Parents should cooperate as much as possible with the teachers in the work of building character The school can not do all for the child t SOCIETY i Miss Edith Malone will entertain ttbe members of her bridge club Monday afternoon Bernard J Kollros left Sunday for a ten days trip to Washington and New York Miss Margaret Murphy of Cincin anti is the guest of Miss Margaret Malone on Willow avenue Mr and Mrs Peter Toner Bards town road have as their guest Mra Julius Toner of Cuba Mo Miss Elizabeth Connelly is homo from Maysville where she was the guest of Miss Abbey Downey The recent arrival in Will Hen nossys home was christened Joseph nt the Dominican church Sunday lair and Mrs James McKenna ol Fairfield returned last week from a two months visit in Colorado Mr and Mrs Sam Lynch spent several days this week with Mr and Mrs W T Lynch at Clark Leo Scannell and sister Miss Mary Scannell have been visiting at Springfield the guests of J O Palm Mrs Mary Weisen Crescent Hilt has had as her guest the past week her sister Mrs M A Garrlty or Cincinnati MraEva D Schmidt has boon spending the week with her parents Mr and Mrs W T Dunne at Smiths Grove Mrs Alton Kolb and Mrs A Marlin have been visiting In Cincin nati this past week as the guests or Sirs Hurry Snyder Dr John J Connolly of South Fourth avenue is all smiles on ac prettylittleJohn Holmes of 419 Lee street has been busy all week receiving con gratulattonson the arrival of twin daughters last Sunday The marriage of Miss Sarah Lally to Elmer Thomas Willett will take place at the Ohurch of Our Lady Wednesday morning October 29 at 8 oclock Miss Virginia Murphy has re turned from South Bend Tail where she willi spend the winter with her daughter Mrs Walter Drabnlch Mrs James OHara Miss Nell OHara Miss Rose Schlfler and Miss Nell Schlfler have returned from a visit to Evansville and are at home in Jeffersonville Mrs Anna McGrath announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Kathryn Edna McGrath to Leo Henry Meyer The wedding will take place next Tuesday Miss Leone Mllllgan has returned home after a delightful visit to Mr and Mrs Charles E Marshall at their country home Cassa Blanca on the Kentucky river Mrs James J Shelley announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Louise Raphael Shelley to John- F Lynch of Boston The date of the wedding has been set for November 26- The Marlon Club will give the first of a series of dances at Trinity Hall cn Friday November 7 with JosephI Smith Paul Bowling and William Wentzel as the Reception Cfcmmittee The engagement of Miss Bertha osephlne Weiss to Martin C Weber- Is announced the marriage to take lace at Holy Cross church on Wednesday afternoon November 112 at 2 oclofk dir and Mrs John Po Hanley Crescent Hill have been entertain- Ing as their guests Rev Father Manning of St CroIx Id an l- Mrs William 8 OConnell and son Charles of Newport Edward J OBrien Jr and slater Miss Marie OiBrlen who have been spending the summer in Europe satled from Cherbourg for home on Vedrieeday Upon their arrival In New York they will come directly to LorflBvllleMr Reeeuver of 1ewAI- bany left Saturday for Tarre Haute ieleetisKof l J x p ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection Scene The to Be Produced at the Gayety I ter Under of the Ancient Order of the Woods She also attended the dedication of the new music han of that Institution Mrs Mike A Wall wife of Jet fersonvllles Chief of Police was summoned to Cincinnati the first of the week on account of the serious Illness of her mother Mrs Maggie Gobin Another daughter Mra Harry Stauss accompanied her Miss Eva B Lentsch and David Wells were marrIed In the Holy Name Church rectory Wednesday evening at 8 oclock the marriage being followed by a reception at the home of tho bride Many friends called to extend their congratula tions Little Miss Agnes Finegan daughter of Mr and1lrs Hugli G Finegan left this week to attend the St CatherJna Academy at Springfield ThlB little misssknown to many here for her splen did dancing under Miss Blanche Vltchells tuition William P OToole wll return to day from New York City where he went to attend the wedding of Rob ert J Goodfellow and Miss Elza Jay Harrison which was solemnized Tuesday morning at St Patricks Cathedrall Mr OToole was Mr Goodfellows best man Mrs Edward B Craig and Charles OHern of Jeffersonville have been spending the week in Chicago where they attended the wedding ot their brother Dennis OHern The andMrstimetTheodore H Buehler and Mlhs Mabel Brooker popular nnd well known residents of Jeffersonvill were united in marriage Saturday morning at St Augustines church In that city Rev Father OConnell performing the ceremony Many friends of the bride and groom ten der them hearty congratulations Mr and Mrs J M Dupuy announce he marriage of their daughter Emma u L Bertrand Rellly the ceremony to take place at St Louis Bertrands church rectory Tuesday evening No vember 4 at 8 oclock Botib young people are well known and have a host of friends who are extending them congratulations and best wishes Mrs George C Hunter and daugh tom Lillian Marshal and Jessie Sewell after spending the summer with Mr and Mrs Charles Edward Marshall at the r country home Cassa Blanca on the Kentucky river returned home this week and joined Mr Hunter Immediately leaving for California to make it their home A dinner and shower was given at the home qt Miss Minnie Mc Kibbin 2019 West Market street in honor of Miss Stella Tlerney a November bride Those present were Misses Stella Tierney Anna Driscoll Elenora Fox Bessie Potter Edith Bonstead Florence Rels Carrie McKlbbln Mamie Armour Minnie McKlbbln Alma Burdbrf Estello Glenn Ruth Bruckert Joule Jenkins Marguerite Weber Blanche McKlbbln Lillian McKlbbln and Mrs McKlbbin DRAMA CLUBS One of the most Unique amusement plans ever undertaken by the young Catholics of Denver Is now being arranged For sOme years I past several of the leading parishes of the city have had dramatic so cletlee ItlIB BOW proposed to form a circuit of these clubs arid have them perform In one nothers halls just as2 professional theatrical troupe travels from towii to town As five clubs are to be included in the scheme It will fie possible to keep the parishes entertained all winter while the clubs will H0tbe 4 forced ever tOiH seeking and r2 h1ar new shouts I LJ 1 TRANSYLVANIAEN Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building From Confession Thea Auspices Hibernians 1WTS OP COLD lnUSt Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Bishop TIhen delivered the prin cipal address at the banquet at Greeloy Neb Ninety candidates received the hon ors of knightlbood last Sunday at Columbus Ohio Bishop Sehrembs was the guest of the Toledo Knights at their meeting Tuesday night and delivered an address The New York Chapter gave a carnival and horse show Thursday tight in the Twelfth Regiment ArmoryThe Knights of Rockford Ill had a two days celebration with Gov Dunne as the honored guest at tho Monday dinner Discovery day was celebrated by the Knights of Fremont Ohio with i big parade in the morning and an Initiation in the afternoon Right Rev Bishop Scannell presided at the mass for the Knights of Omaha last Sunday and IBl hop Mc Govern preached the sermon The coming event In Ohio Is the fourth degree exemplification at Cin cinnati tomorrow when 100 Knights will receive the highest Ibonors of the orderIndianapolis Knights observed Columbus day by attending vespers at the Cathedral and holding a general reunion concluding with the Claypool banquet This month will show a wonderful Increase In membership classes rang ing from fifty to 100 being received Into the order at numerous places to every State In the Union The PeorIa Knights paid Arch bishop Spalding whose name the council bears a very graceful compliment In putting aside their annual celebration of Columbus day in order to honor the Archbishops golden Jubilee on November 24 AUTUMNAL FESTIVAL The ladles and gentlemen forming the Providing Society of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital haxe ar ranged for an autumn social gather Ing at that grand Institution next Tuesday afternoon and evening to which the public Is cordially In vited For those who desire euchre v and lotto games will be a feature I for which gold pieces will be award ed as prizes All who attend will be pleasantly entertained DESERVED PROMOTION Friends of Lawrence J Mackey and they are legion gave hearty approval to the act of Postmaster Schmitt In promoting him to the position held by John A Leathers who has been named Assistant Postmaster Mr Mackeyv has been connected with the Postoffice for years and Is well qualified to hold any position therein Many had expected him to become Mr Schmitts assistantOCTOBER WEDDING One of the prettiest of the Oc tober weddings will take place nextII Wednesday morning at 8 oclock ut the Church of Our Lady in Port land when Miss Minnie Brokelmann rill become the bride of Frank Edward Snlpp The Rev Father tonniff will perform the ceremony which will be solemnized with a nuptial mass Miss Adelaide irokelman sister of the bride will be the bridesmaid and Edward Wolfe will act as beet man I HAT WITHOUT LINING J I f Chairman Joseph Overberg of the Eighth and Ninth Ward Democratic Club bqeappe4atgdal committee com 1 poaedptM Jt BreaanIDa jetton n4 Jon OBrien foiiurohafii w jj J CASUALTY INSURANCE I Are Moral Plays PatronizediI THE CONFESSIONI Greatest Catholic Play of the Decade Gayety Theater Week October 26 makingof religion Rev P J Cormican S J the distinguished Jesuit The Confession merits the gratitude and patronage of Catholics throughout the world Anthony Matre National Secretary Catholic Federation I witnessed a performance of The Confession last year in St Louis and heartily commend this play to all Ecdorsed by the Hierarchy and Catholic Laity Ancient Order of Hibernians Knights of Columbus Foresters etc MatineesSunday Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Levys Special 2Pants Suits r 10 Mens and Youths Pure Wool andtwo pair of pants withevery suit The most for the moneyIyou ever saw in a suit of clo- thesLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET erT 1Last DollarI Ii That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a i SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED I ti twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR U must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the j U dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming j ii i Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co I t I IFifth and Court Place II1IOpen Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m VfWmi9i UV JI Suits and- Overcoats 16 Up 425 W JEFFERSON UPSTAIRS STORE GAYETY THEATER One WOZ Commencing Sunday 9aatinee The Most Wonderful Success of This Generation IN OLD KENTYCKY Two Decades of Popularity- A play that thrills and glows and stirs and grips the audience as no other American play has ever done before- PYX0a6Sunday Matinee TON 35C the and 600 Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Matinees 1090 seats at JBo Nights lOc 25c SCc 600 and Ida hat for Capt Jim Ifendrlcks the Vice Chairman of the club and It is expressly stipulated that the hat Is to have no Inside lining on account of the Captains difficulty In emptying life present iheadgear of financial col lectlons made at I the oneetlngB INVITE THEIR FRIENDS The Ladles of the Holy Name con grea tlon have perfected arrange menu for a delightful euoore 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SFOURTHAVE Betfe Pk xes 223 INn y iwutpenST AVIER5 COLLEQE UI W HIWIIfoZ7 o JUariRItn Go CATHOLIC 11EVISIOX The question is sometimes asked why the Roman Catholic church prefers to have its Bible In the Latin tongue Instead of the lan guage ot the people It is mainly because living languages are con stantly changing while a dead lan guage is fixed and unchangeable tot all time The Latin is a dead language and a Correct version of the Bible in Latin would neer need to be revised The Latin edition rafted the Vulgate was pronounced perleco1tlonI the Council of Trent which was in session from 1545 to 1503 The name Vulgate was originally given to the common edition or vul gate of the Septuagint used by the Greek fathers Thence the name was transferred to the nallnorthe old Latin version current during the early centuries of the Christian era At the request of the Council of Damascus in 382 tho famous scholar Jerome undertook the revision of the New Testament In doing this ho made use of Greek copies which were then reputed trustworthy Next he revised the Old Testament and by the sixth century Jeromes version had re POPQGregorytime the Trldentlne decree enjoined that the Vulgate should be made as correct as possible and after the labor of forty years the scholars of the church produced in 1520 a version of the Vulgate which Pope Slxtuq V Indorsed as authentic This version however was In time revised by order of Pope Clement VIII in 1592 It was this trans lation as still further corrected In 1598 that became at length the definite Roman Catholic edition It is entirely in keeping with these facts that a Papal commission ts engaged at this hour on the Vul gates still further correction Some years ago Pope Plus X designated a learned ecclesiastic the Right Rev Abbot Gasquet head of a commission to ascertain If pos sible the true text of Jerome version and publish a revision of the Vulgate according to It Of all similar enterprises this will be tho most costly and perhaps the best It Is planned to photograph old manuscripts In all parts of Europe and bind these photographic copies Into volumes for the Vatican library at Rome During the five years of its work It is understood that the commission of the present Pope has already expended 50000 The eminent Biblical scholar who Is at the head of the translators Is now visiting this country and lecturing in our great cities upon the work he has in hand MISSION AT ST AXNS A mission beginning on Sunday October 26 and ending the following Sunday November 2 will ibe given at St Anns church at Seventh street and DavIes avenue by the Rev Father Philip BIrk O P As this will be the first mission ever given at St Anns It will give the people of the parish an excellent opportunity to make the Jubilee The friends of the parish from other parts of the city are cordially Invited to attend THEY LIVED HERE Invitations have been Issued for the wedding of Miss Helen Margaret Smythe and Charles Merrill New man two former Loulsvllllans who now make their home In New York performed of Victory in Brooklyn next Wednes day Immediately after the cere mony a wedding breakfast will be given at Sllsbees SEEING ITOttEIGX SIGHTS Jere Bacon of this city who has been spending the summer In Italy and recently sojourning In Florence Is now In Naples Brent Altsheler also of this city Is now staying In Florence 3IAYSVILIE The Knights of Columbus of Mays vllle wave elected the following ont cers for the ensuing year Grand Knight Thomas W Breen Deputy Grand Knight William McDonough Chancellor Lud Gaebke Recording Secretary John McAullffe Financial Secretary M J Lynch Treasurer W T CummIngs Warden James Cullen Advocate James Collins Trustee Phil Cummings SODALITY TO ENTERTAIN Next Wednesday and Thursday evenings the members of the St Rose Young Ladles Sodality of St Josephs church will entertain with euchre and lotto In the school hall on Washington street between Adams and Webster After the games refreshments will be served STANLEYhI One of the social events of the season was the marriage on Tugs day of Miss Margaret Victoria Drury and Paul J Gaw at St Peters countyThetheImmediatefriends They left immediately for an Eastern wedding trip MEETING OP BISHOPS A meeting of the Bishops of the province of Cincinnati which In cludes the diocese of Louisville will be held at the Archbishops house 25TheBlsbMUIray archdiocese PAGES RECALIi URGED The recall from England of Am bassador Page was urged by Mayer FaneutlHalladdresethat the Ambassador was Imprudent and had sacrificed truth In order to cater Jjo lngll h nobility The Mayor charaeterizedas arrant non el1 e a statement credited to Mr Page at Southampton to fha affects that the Unlt d States is still JBugllrtt and Jtajflfth ruled Wi particular blood dan lay 1qto- I f 11 SOCIETY DIRECTORYY A O IrD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Han on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu Ick Financial Secretary Joseph Far renTreasurerTbomas Keenan SergeantatArrjs Henry McDer mott Sentinel John Keane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will- Iams 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 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresldentHugbHourlganVice Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes elon Jr- TreasurerDanr Dougherty SergeantatArms John J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J angan J1arryarryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far elLSentinelM J McDermott Y JMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank O Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn tonSecond Vice President John J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording Secretary John R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry T Klbbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Fred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Oral 4 SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY I have decided to continue these special prices for this month FULL PLATE400GO- LD CROWN S300- IPORCELAIN CROWN 8300 I DRI FORESTNER the workingmans dentist Material and workmanship guaranteed Teeth examined free and will tell you In advance Just what your work will cost Have impref sion taken in the morning and get teeth same day DENTISTI 458 SOUTH FOURUH ST OVER TAYLORS DRUG STORE NEAR WALNUT office hour 8 to 8 Sundays 9 to 1 Lady attendant 50000 CATHOLIC CHILDREN- are now reading the Child Apostle It Is a monthly magazine of twenty tour pages of stories pictures etc lost for the children It costs only twentyfive cents a year Isnt your boy or girl worth having a little magazine all their own Bead twentyflTO eeRie la cola or stamps for a years subscription or ask for a sample copy Address THE OHXtt APOSTLE 1188 McO6rmlckBldg I Chicago HI leadership in this country at the present time said Mayor Fltz gerald FOR WOMANS EYE Taffeta silk Oas come tack Into favor again Soft velvet toques are more fash ionable than ever Many taffeta shirt waistsl will be worn this winter The vogue ofthedoublesklrtse- ems to be Increasing Combining two or more colors In one costume is popular For ordinary street wear there seems to be a tendeaty for longer coats Street costumes have skirts that are a little fuller than have been worn during the summer The waistline Onpoate remains two incites below the normal giving an effect women strive to produce There is nothing startlingly new Jn preferredtoi i so far down JVcirtrauJIn tit pUt a i 4 4 rrfs GREAT CATHOLIC DRAMA It is not usual for Catholic papers to commend tihteatrical productions but when a play of the character of James Hollock Reeds great master piece The Confession Is booked ti appear In our city at the Gayety Theater for the week beginning Oc tober 26 knowing the splendid StOry of the drama itself and the great moral and religious points It exer cises namely the dignity and honor ot the Catholic priest as a confessor and the Inviolability of the sacred seats of confession It Is proper to call the attention of our readers to the beauty and majesty of this play The fact that the play has received the enr dorsement of prominent Catholics In various parts of the country should coin end It to all who love truth and honor In these days when so many Immoral plays deluge the stage hen so frequently IIt deteriorates from the fliilgh and noble purpose which should ever be Its aim and Which were the prime purpose of the stage In old Catholic days It Js abso lutely refreshing and comforting to see an author throw off the shackles of stagebound deterioration and bravely prove that the great popular demand Is not for vulgar shows and risque plays of flho passions but for something higher better loftier for that which will lift human nature from the mere thought of earth to the dignity and power of kinship with God his church and Ma con science his fidelity ito his sacred the6ressurespite the Instinct of fraternal affec tion which would prompt him ito reveal all and thus save the life of the brother so dear to him Notwith staning the tears and agony of his beartbroken molherhe holds In violate that secret given to him under the sacred seal of confession and thus proved that the priest Is Indeed i man set apart and that neither natural human affection persecution nor death can Induce him to misuse iiivlne gift the power to forgive and retain sin or break the seal which Is placed upon his lips in the confes sional The Confession unfurls a dramatic story of power strength and literary merit soldom equalled nowadays It shows vividly every emotion of human nature from the pure love ol youth the glory and fidelity of naternal affection the dire results cf a murderers act and drink with Hi attendant woes The Confession vill live for Its theme and purpose is too great to die and we recom trend It to our readers For this lirportant theatrical offering a scenic production befitting In detail and Confession and Its very distinguished correctness has been built for The cast SACRED II IHART Last Sunday the Rev Patrick Walsh pastor of the Sacred Heart church announced that a trlduiun observance of the Peace Jubilee would be made there during the coming month PRIEST VISITED PARENTS The Rev James Gregolre rector of the Cathedral at Vlncennes Ind has been attending the centennial celebration in New Albany where he was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs John Gregoire 609 West Market street HAPPV UNION The marriage of John W Dolan and Miss Mary A Doyle well known young people of Jeffersonvllle was solemnized at St Augustines church Tuesday morning by the Rev John OConnell pastor of the congrega tion Mr Dolan Is a draftsman at the car works and until recently Miss Doyle was employed there as- a stenographer The bride and groom have gone to housekeeping and are at home at 520 Illinois avenueCATIiOidO UNIVERSITY The Catholic University at Wash ington has more pupils this year than ever before more Indeed than It can accommodate with room and board notwithstanding the quarters given by Gibbons Memorial Hall Its clerical professors numbej twen tynine and Its lay teachers number thirtytwo Its scientific and en gineering courses are thronged Success seems now assured ATTAR SOCIETY PARTY The ladles of the Altar Society of St Johns church Clay and Walnut will entertain wltjh euchre and lotto Tuesday afternoon and evening at the Catholic Womans Club They hope to see a large gathering of their friends as many handsome awards will be made BARRY STATUE The foundation Is nearly ready for the 50000 statue of John Barry the father of the American navy who captured the first British vessel which fiver surrendered to the United States The statue will be of 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call on the old and reliable firm of GEHER SON215 V Market St Bet Second and Third PDOUGHERTYLANNING COAL co INCORPORATED FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE NOytJI the time to fill your coal bin with our freshly l diedi Star Block Co i 14J25 PBR TON 20dO P OUJ DS Morn Plaoae Citii 8101 Clriri Stk8 cj r NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB MEETING Wednesday October 8and Ending on Falls City Day Saturday October 18 AUTUMNHIl HANDICAP THIS AFTERNOON 1 Events With Well Filled Fields Are Carded DAY FIRST RACE RUN AT 215 P M I What They Have Been Doln the Pact WeekGeneral- News Notes There were Seventyfive men In the class for the first Initiation at Urea Bay Wis Fifty new members were receive Into the order at the last Initiation held in Kansas City The ladles Auxiliary at Everett Wash just added twenty more name to Its membership roll A big class will go through at the quarterly initiation to be held IIn Indianapolis on October 26 The Hibernian Hall In San Francisco was taxed to its utmost capacity for the recent County Board inltla tionState President Patrick Welsh wltl begin active work next month with a view to largely increasing the membership South Bend Hibernians had a grea Initiation last Sunday afternoon fol lowed by a banquet in which the ladles participated Remember the anniversary Celebration of Division 3 next Monday night All Hibernians are invited and assured a good time Denver Hibernians have perfects an organization for giving a winter series of socials wftdch will be held ht the Albany Hotel The two divisions and auxiliary ot Nashua gave a most successful Irish night concert every spat In ODon nell Hall being occupied The Hibernian Rifles were prom Inent in the military division of the great Knights of Columbus parade at Providence R I last Sunday The next national convention ot the Ancient Order and ladles Auxiliary to bo held at Norfolk will convene on the third Tuesday of July Divisions 1 and 8 of Manchester X Hshave consolidated Tie first meeting was held Tuesday night antI took the form of a smoker State officers being tho guests Every member of the Ancient Or der should attend at least one meet ing a month This Is a duty incum bent on all and wherever observed the divisions are strong and pros perousLadles Auxiliaries 6 and 7 ol Providence It L held an open meet Ing llast Sunday evening when an address was delivered by Rev P P Keeley and a musical programme renderedDivision 2 has out tickets for a grand euchre and dance at their hall Thirteenth and Oak on Thursday evening November 20 There will be exhibitions of Irish dancing good music and handsome prizes Rev Father Garrett J Burke urges the Hibernians of Denver to erect a home of their own This or der he says has a mission that nothing else seems able to fulfill Four hundred members heard his ad dressSunday afternoon the Rihiode Island State and County Boards held a large and enthusiastic meeting in Prov idence Right Rev T F Doran State Chaplain and Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly National President delivered addressesDivision 1 meets Tuesday night and it la hoped all members will attend Several Important questions Including the holding of a holiday celebration will bp discussed and decided and tickets for The son Cession will be distributed THEY WILL LOSE Cardinal Gibbons who was in Cnoxvllle Tenn to speak Monday at the celebration of Discoverers lay at the National Conservation Exposition discussed the peace movement woman suffrage the growth of the South and the progress of the church Of woman uffrage the Cardinal said Of course I am opposed to woman suffrage I dont want to see a woman step down to the planed men It will make them rough They were not intended for this ough work of life It will lessen heir influence and they will not 10 the same thereafter They will loser their vast Influence over hus ands and sons H think to en ranchisft women would be a bad thing for the nation and worse for he women Of the growth of the South the Cardinal said This entire section has made vast strides since I was llshop of North Carolina It is iccomplishlng vast things and t believe the South Is now at the be inning of an era of real prosperity and progress HOLY NAJIE RALLY The rally of the Holy Name So 1 letiec at Cincinnati last Sunday afternoon presented an ImprHtlIi sight there being between 30000 and 36000 men inline The parade ended at the City ball park whereI an altar had been erected in the enter of the diamond and around nie ther eoclstiss Tfcr masvdwhila- ao audience was seated In tha frnndatanda hch were taxe1 to heir capacity Archbishop Moeller pas present and made a short ad reps The principal address of tlte dal yr how yer we4 delivered by Rev ri Mathew OIBrlen pastor of St fttrlcks church CummlniTllle The lAiAde preceding the rally wag mad up of sixteen divisions Hon Thomas Powers was the grand mar filial and hud a large staff of aide 3 as well as division marshals v RECENT HEATHS Monday morning the tuneral oC Mrs Margaret Barrett widow cof Michael Barrett was held from SI Patricks church Mrs Barrett had many friends in the West End who mourn her death Funeral services over Oho remaii of Mrs Hattie Mudd beloved wife of William G Mudd 1751 BIsmarck avenue were held Thursday morn- Ing at St Williams church Rev George Connor officiating at tho mass of requiem Mrs Mudd was fiftythree years oyf age her heal resulting from pneumonia Friends and relatives were deeply grieved WednesdaY morning when they learned of the death of Mis Clara OConnor the slxteonyearoli daughter of Patrick OConnor HOg Vlncennes street New Albany Mis OConnor fell a victim to dread dlptherla of which Him had been t111 but a short time Her remains wer tenderly laid to rest In Holy Trinity cemetery REGULAR CHAUTAUQUA At the meeting of Division 4 A O H last Monday evening in Bertran tall President John Hennessy lowered the bars so to speak on orator cal outbursts and the consequence wore that everyone present aired his views on different subjects pertaining to the good of the order S J Mc Elliott delivered a talk with boosting alhls principal theme James Mc Tighe on the merits of a social club Vice President Thomas Lynch on the canvass for new members Financial Secretary Thomas J Langan on the upbuilding of a treasury Pat ODon nell on the holding of delinquents John J Score on the benefits of II large Initiation Hon M J MoDor oiott on leading municipal problem L J Meany on the ownership of a club house Dave Reilly ending thi Sow of oratory with a little talk on eilence being golden or something to that effect Much Interest was man tested In the coming of The Con fesslon under Hibernian auspices and the memberspresentpromised to std in every way The division ac cepted an invitation from Division 3 to be present at Its anniversary cele ration next Monday evening GOES TO ROME TO STUDY The Rev Father Patrick ONeill who has been attending St Bernard College at Cullman Ala arrived Friday morning at Augusta Ky for a weeks visit with his parents Mayor John ONeill and Mrs ONelli prior to departing for Rome Italy where he will take a four years preparatory cpvlrso be fore entering the priesthood The order of St Benedict has many hundreds of young men in the United States studying for the priesthood but only four one of whom is Father ONeill has the honor of being sent to this famous college In Rome to complete their studies Be fore entering the priesthood Father Patrick was Fred ONeill and was Famous in this section of the State as a baseball catcher He sails for Rome today CONDITION UNCHANGED Mrs Margaret Foley for many ears a member of St Patricks Congregation and an earnest worker and also prominent In the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America and he Hibernians Ladles Auxiliary lS eriously ill at her home 1925 Bank treet Mrs Foley has been confined to her bed for several weeks and while hopes are entertained for her recovery her many friends will egret to learn that her condition remaIns unchanged THEATER In Old Kentucky will be the attraction at the Gayety Theater next week This spirited drama while not a newcomer to playgoers here Is11 very strong drawing card and has made a name for itself as meritorious stage offering The rama develops quickly from the first curtain There is a cleverly developed series pf incidents leading up to a thrilling horse race A ickaninny band of musically Inclined youngsters give an animated id realistic scenes of plantation dancing and singing and render capital music as a complete brass b end Altogether she playgoer gets hIs moneys worth SIn Old Kentucky Miss Maude Parker will play the leading role of Madge rlerly in the seasons organization WALNUT THEATER An unusually high class vaude vl11e bill will be presented at the Walnutstreet Theater every afternoon and evening next week each umber being widely contrasting rrhe entire programme will bo lively and the photo picture plays fanged each day will be most In resting Manager Hilton has ready made the Walnut popular 1th theatergoers SAVBS SUGAR If cranberries rhubarb and like aelds are nptswtened until nearly rHdy to be removed from the tire thq will not need nearly ai much tpr c It IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Athy Board of Guardian have appointed Sister Mary Mercy I ORlordan nurse In the infirmary The death has taken place at his residence at Annagh tourmlles from Athlone of William Keenan In his 106th year J Dboly has been elected Chair man of the Birr Urban Technlcn Committee in the place of Rev E J Scanlan resigned Rains have done considerable damage to the oat crop in the Bally bay district and farmers are ex perlenclng difficulty in saving it A workman named Hanrahan aged seventy residing near Ne s Ross fell off a load of hay and received Injuries from which he died Peter McArthur of Sllgo his been unanimously elected a member of the SlIgo Harbor Board In plact of his father the late Alex Mc ArthurCharged with threatening ttto shoot his neighbor John Olynn William Kelly a young farmer ol Ballykinaire was at Claremorris bound to the peace Rev T Trant C C Newtown sands has been appointed to tho pastoral charge of Ballymacelllgotl In succession to the Rev McCarthy OConnor deceased The flax mills of Charles Doyle situated at Camlough were totally destroyed by fire The damage ifi estimated at 10000 The build ings were not insured At the Llsmore Quarter Sessions Dr Patrick R Dennehy a prom inent Llsmore Nationalist was sworn in a Justice of the Peace fo the County Waterford The body of Thomas McArdle said to be a native of the Louth district who had been missing for eight days was found floating in the Newry canal near Ballyrot The Antiquarian Society of Ireland has commenced operations lo excavate Queens Maeves mound at Rathcroghan It is supposed that this mound was built about 2000 years ago The result of the South Down revision gives a Nationalist gain in that constituency of 121 leaving the seat more impregnable than ever for Its popular member Jeremiah McVeagh M P A beautiful Celtic cross has been erected by the parishioners of Cas tlepollard to the memory of the late Very Rev H Farrelly The in scription testifies to his great labors and munificent generosity After a struggle In which both parties fought for all they were worth Armagh City has been held tor the Nationalists A sound drubbing was administered to their opponents through the revision Just held During the year 1912 the total nuniber of houses In Dublin condemned as unfit for human habitation and ordered to bo demolished If they were not re paired was 102 Only five were put in order and reopened The Rev William Hanrahaji recently ordained at All Hallows Col lege for the American mission has left for Wheeling W Va the field of Ills future missionary labors He is the second son of William Hanrahan National teacher Let terkelly and was born at Mlltown MalbayThere will be very deep regret in the part xOf friends In many parts of the South of Ireland at the death after some months illness of Rev Tatflier OKeefe of Cappawhite He was exceedingly popular and his devotion to the ihterests of his parishioners will be a gracious nemory U1SFIOP SELECTS GRAVE Right Rev James A McFaul B1shopof Trenton although enjoying good healtjh has chosen his last rest Ing place and ordered his monument He has gone about this gruesome ct sty as though it was an every day cident in his affairs For ba grave 6dshop McFaul has selected a plot Halllha vllle This Iinstitution was erected tho Bishop several years ago and byII proven one of the most successful Its kind in the United States Dennis coloy a marble cutter was shocked vhen Bishop McFaul ordered him to cooke a Celtic cross so that It could ba1 placed over his grave The marble cutterbecamo agitated but tho shop allayed his fears by assuring Im that he had no intention of dyibg soon FORTY nounsIForty Hours devotion will be opened with high mass tomorrow orbing at St Francis of Assist church Rev Father jRothheut will conduct the services which will c1Of1c Tuesday night Local priests ill assist and preach the sermons CATHOLICS IN NEBRASKA According to the latest statistics thereaI 100763 members of the athollc church in Nebraska They le dl1 the denominations the ethodliU comlngnftf wlth 4352 e tF 0111 t 1 + 11111111111 J 11101 111111 J I 1111111 J 11111 to III BAC N ON INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons 4 Red Goose School Shoes The Finest and Best For Children I Sold Here Exclusively in Louisville Red Goose Shoes For Misses and Children Made up in patent leather gun metal and vie kid priced according to size Slzes812 to 11 pairS175Si-zes 1112 to 2 pair200Sizes 212 to 5 12 pairS2G0So- cmrd FloorJ Bacon Sons aa that r roe It not which makes choice good dressers They have long been and today ed as SHOE THE There may be differentmakes of shoes there may be higher priced shoes for children but none are to be compared with the Red Goose School Shoes In the first place 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