You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Kentucky Irish American: n. Saturday, October 25, 1913. Kentucky Irish American. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins, Louisville, KY 1913 kec1913102501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: n. Saturday, October 25, 1913. Kentucky Irish American. William M. Higgins, Louisville, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 4 PATRONIZE CREAGERS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second aid Brecklarldje I VOLUME XXXINO SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS ICOURAGEOUS Declaration From llev Dr inn drum Opposing Bible in Pub He Schools lie Sees Grounds For Grievance Because of the Different e Versions I Ucv Patrick Walsh States the Catholic Position on This Subject ASKS EQUAL RIGHTS FOR ALL The Rev Dr W W Landrum In liis sormoh at the Broadway Baptist churoh Sunday night set forth reasons for believing tho Bible has no place in the public schools His utterances attracted wide attention and commendation from both Protestants and Catholics and commendation for his courageous stand From the sermon we give extracts and also a letter from the Rev Patrick Walsh pastor of the Sacred Heart church vho states the Cath ollc position on this subject and Joins Dr Landrum in his appeal for equal rlhgts Recognizing that some ministers may not agree with him Dr Landrum frankly sets forth his reasons which he asks all to considerFirst then as a citizen I foal that patriotism demands that I support with my whole soul and with unvarying loyalty the letter and the spirit of tho Constitution of my country which explicitly opposes all approaches however gradual well meant and apparently harmless to U union of the civil and religious powers It may be Gods country At all events stamped on all our Coins is the legend In God we trust It is not a Jewish country It is not a Roman Catholic country nor a Protestant country Citizen ship in it has no religious tests Every man can worship God or re Tuse to worship God as he may think best with no one to molest him or make him afraid Religion Is a private and personal matter of which the Government has no right to take cognizance Besides as a citizen I believe In equal rights to all and special privileges ta none put any JBible in the public Schools 41 I iYtendsOttha mbl hav n special privilege over the foes of that Bible iPut the Jewish Bible into the schools and Gods ancient people enjoy an advantage denied those of us who believe In a more complete revelation of his holy will Put a Roman Catholic Bible In the schools and all others have a Just ground for grievance Put the Protestant Bible into the schools rind all who do not agree with theih ore shoved aside from the Just enj joyment of their rights As an American citizen I can not compro mise my patriotism and my loy alty to a government of tho peopla and by the people and for the peo plo Ifvl consent to let any group of cltlezns should they be my best friends and most beloved brethren enjoy advantages not allowed to all others I do compromise such patriotism and loyalty As a Christian I accept and teach Christs summary of the law Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart and all thy mind nelghborThe alpha and omega of its alphabet provedIIIpractlcelIove intothethe Jaw of love and In my Judgment can not expect the approval and blessing of the great head of the humanheartsI aloneThe tarian bpok but Gods word the J meantfornone Others loudly declare that booltbutshouldbeanlt11deedwitiLdistinctnessby the Bible you mean the English version tile King James version churchesthena Protestant translationeWith theDouayIIRomausedbythe4 declared by them to be the only true If Scripturesthenr tby forco and all action by Govern I analysisnl1 nottreatfloinaiiCathiohicputting his Bible Into the public b schools then he changes them Into sectarian schools little short of t theta Christian I can not afford to take any advantage of my brother indeed I wish none I would spurn as utterly unworthy a disciple of Jesus Christ any method pf teaching what t believe to bd the truth which gave mgan unholyadvantage over my eppoWrig brother Her Patrick Walish i nds Uk- Iciticky Triih American the foK lHrink letter which the public will reed wi1t jntetM- F D- t I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Editor Kentucky Irish American The Rev Dr W W Landrum de serves the thanks of all right thinking citizens for his candid and courageous declaration in regard to the study of the Bible iIn the public sthools While I love and venerate the Bible as the word of God I also respect the natural rights of parents and children rights that are prior to any civil government or State that can not be taken away or encroached on without violating natural justice The Almighty Himself does not and will not forte his religion upon any one In the public schools the majority of the children are neutral or dt uo religion they do not bee lIeve in the Bile or any of its versions Why then should they be compelled to read or study it particularly when that Bible lItse1C warns all of us that we should not expose holy things to tho danger of contempt or ridicule The maJo- rIty should rule but it must bere membered that rules and laws are founded on justice without which I their execution by force were tyranny pure and simple and their support by taxation ruthless oppres Blon With Dr Landrum in what he states about the union of Church and State or union of secular and spiritual forces every good citizen will agree Archbishop Ireland In his classic oration delivered last August in Milwaukee at the convention of the Confederated CuthT olic Societies made that point plain as also the fact that the Catholic church stands for equal rights to all and special privileges to none Tho Catholic church from her long experience In pvery age and clime knows full well the power of religious teaching for children fn their formative period and for youths In tile age which Shakes peare calls tho days of their nature For this teaching of religion the church never sought nor does she desire one cent of the peoplea taxes While the members of the church as citizens pay their full share of taxesNfor the public schools they have also at the same time made great sacrifices to build and maintain for consciences sake their own schools because they do not wish to see their children becom neutrals in religion nor their churches destitute of living mem bers nor her ministers fail to fulfill the Masters commission to preach the gospel to every creatureto save those of whom He said Suffer the little ones to tome unto me In regard to education can not a way be found that will protect the natural rights of parents and children Why should a yoke which violates the natural right of parents be Imposed upon the minority to the great but unjust advantage of I the liiajorItytiii peophvofneutral las QaFe1lglq tll nngntwQ rt foriii f rei1g1on preferable to the positive Surely if England and Germany where union of Church and State is in force could find a fairly equitable solution for this problem the United States of America unhampered by such union could and should find a solu tion wlilch would satlfy all Jews attd Gentiles Protestants and C thIoBoe Dr Landrum relying on the authority of the historian Ban croft claims that the Baptists were the first people In all the world to j set up a government which gave absolute arid unqualified religious as well as civil liberty to all men etcIThe best answer to this Is Bancroftts own words written of Lord Baltimore the founder of tho Catholic colony of Marylandcc Calvert deserves says Bancroft to be ranked among the most wise and benevolent lawgivers of all times He was the first in the history of the Christian world to peacebyby the exercise of power to plan the establishment of popular insti Qfbertthe career of civilization by recog nizing the rightful equality of all Christian sects The asylum of Catholics was the spot where in a remote corner of the world on the banks of rivers which as yet had hardly been explored the mild for bearance of a proprietary adopted religious freedom as the basis of the State These are the noble words of Dan roft the historian who was not a Catholic They shov who was the first to establish liberty of freedom theyleavebetween liberty and toleration- It is pjeaslng to note the passing of sfrlfe and prejudice and the coming of a new era of justice and Peace Patrick Walsh PENSION FOR OLD PEOPLE Pensions for all persons hi the United States who have reached the havebeenl years amounting to 6 a week are provided in a bill introduced in the House by Representative Lafferty of Oregon The measure asks for an appropriation of 1000000 to pro vide for Its first year of operation lawIntotheSecretary proposedlawsons who hav incomes of 6 a yoeK Persons having an Income of less than 6 a week would re bringhi3OIJ IEn KETURNS William Kelly Mm of Columbua Kelly of New Albany who recentl completed a Urm1 of WHvie In the ft end tAitQlerfof the United tate army In the Plilllppn has WaYhomel I NWRAJn- wiis For the Ancient Order of Hibernians in the Falls Cities Much Kntlmsiasm Aroused at Anniversary of Division It Monday Tribute Paid Tlios CJlincs John lleiincssy John Uarrett- Tnnies Itogers A NIGHT TO BE REMEMBERED For till Hibernians of the Falls Cities the anniversary celebration of Division 3 marks the dawn of a no v era Monday night tho hall at Nineteenth and Portland avenue was taxed by the gathering of Hi ltrnlana front all pal is qf the city when the utmost good feeling pre railed and all preseiu enjoyed a real Irish treat Upon all sides were heard words of praise for the work o Division 3 and its members who have set an example thq others say they will follow thus still further cementing the feeling of unity and flomdrhlp that exists nowhere more strongly than among members of the Ancient Order Only standing room was left when President Hugh Hourigan arose u welcome all to the celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of Division 3 State President Patrick Welsh introduced as the first speaker re vleowd the records and history of Division 3 declaring that its works of charity stand as a monument o its glory Appealing to those not members to become affiliated ho asserted that Division 3 rests on a firm basis and occupied a position surpased by none In concluding lie expressed the hope that many present would live to help celebrate the golden jubilee and made a strong appeal for the study of Irish history Hearty applause greeted County President William J Connelly who said It was a great pleasure to see so large a gathering For some years past he had observed with pride the work of this division one of the most live and hustling in the State and always extending comfort to the sick and ailing He also called the attention of his hearers Nti litQrf lei cI B fS tif1rq Q1 tl next month at St Patricks church when all will attend In memory of the deceased members President Connelly made happy allusion to the Ladies Auxiliary and urged Hiber nians to render them every assistance within their power David O Connell speaking for DI- vision l recounted the early history of tho order in Kentucky and its advent in Louisville where It has always been a power for good tlo produced figures showing tile great amoqnts disbursed for charitable church and educational purposes and itittribtued the success of the order to Its loyalty to God and country James McTlghe of Division 4 tho youngest speaker of the evening whose father was a pioneer member or the Ancient Order returned the thanks of his division for the invitation to the anniversary celebration For the young men he said there was much of Interest antit benefit In the order On behalf of the Emerald Social Club he extended an Invitation to the old and young men arid their ladies to be their guests Wednesday night Magistrate P T Sullivan one of the three who founded Division 3 on October 13 1884 paM a glowing tribute to the memory of Thomas D Clines John M Hennessy John Bar rett and James Rogers who laid the foundation for Division 3 Every one present lie said was proud of the record of the order and It was most gratifying to have with them so many who had served as State I and county officers Martin Ford Thomas Quinn and Thomas Tarpy wero next heard the latter calling attention to the play The Confession to be presented at the Gayety Theater next week for the benefit of the auxiliary and divisions urging all to have their friends secure tickets from mem bers The great treat of the evening however was the short address and recitation rendered by Daniel Mp Carthy Vice President of Division 1 who stirred the spirit of every one who heard him Thomas Keenan James Horan and William M Hig gins were also called upon andresponded with brief but timely re marks Attorney Lawrence JMackey on behalf of Division 3 said the members appreciated the words of cheer expressed by tho speakers Pointing out the benefits derived from membership in the Ancient Order he declared the pres ent time offers the best opportunity the Irish have had for their ad vancementDuring Perfectosenjoyed MACKIN COuNCIL Macklri Council Y M J has entered upon Its fall and winter series of entertainments which will be made features of the regular tffekly meeting With debates ad etrathletlccontHt etcth9I mftmberthip campaign and basket ball 1hrent be aomethlng doing oppoiutemr have already secured many candi dates for the Joint initiation to be held next month Announcement has been nrffje that tile Social Club Halloween dance set for October 30 will take place on Tuesday night October 28 The change was made In order not to conflict with the charity baR and other entertaIn- ments that nlgliti J i JAl n1 IiAPFAX rHaying filitlio natural span of life Larry Laffan has passed away from family and friends leav ing a respected name nndaffectlon ate memory His death occurred Saturday morning at the Laf tan home 1043 Garvln place The sad summons did not come suddenly but was preceded by a nine weeks illness of heart trouble Surviving him are three sisters Mary and Margareb Laffan and Mrs Sale and two brothers Johh and James Laffan Larry Laffan was born in Louisville and spent his life hero In tile Cathedral of which he was a lifelong mejrtber his funeral mass Was celebrated Monday morn ing by tile Rovr Father Rock and was attended bya largo number of sympathizing friends men who had known him in Ue and learned to admire him f011 his Integrity and esteem him ftibis manly qualities As a young mljn Larry Laffau served as DeputJ County Clerk and also managed the Deppens a famous semiprofessional ball team that toured Jtlie country sonic eighteen years jpgo and brought much fame to Louisville To hun dreds of friends Larry was a good follow and charities that the world never heard ofgare known to have been frequent In hls lifeI MISSION AT ST CHARLES The missioniSpened last Sunday at st diane 1Borromeo church TwentyseventlKgtind Chestnut by tho Paullst fatjfijrs Rev J Devery and Rev J Almrd is proving one of the most stsful over held here and thcfr results are very gratifying to Father Unffo the pits tor This week the services wor for women Vjvjip thronged tho church both mgrnjng and evening Next week Urn niission will be for men thp servlfcfesyo be held at the same hours asp those tins week Both mls8lonarJ Saro able anti eloquent pulpit gatprs and the attendance to heat them is expected to be the largest Ui the history of St Charles churctfj n Instructive anti interesting ferirure will be the answers to tui hiuestions deposited in tho query the door bitEIGHT S AVOitlC Despite the iSaljisome opposition SourrHoUIlItil ntn1ifYl UrnC l lP rifi1 workV in aid of the Sisters Hospital at Niagara Falls succeeded in getting subscriptions amounting to nearly 63000 within tire eight days allotted to the work The close of the campaign was marked by tile presence of Bishop Colton who opened the campaign and to whom was presented a handsome souvenir of his visit in the form of a silk American flag presented on behnK of the committee by Hon Charles E Cromleyj a nonCatholic worker for the hospital JUJHLKE AXI UBUXIOXI At the meeting of Division 1 A 0 H Tuesday night It was decided to hold a complimentary Jubilee roItinion nnd opon meeting on Novem bbnlS to which A the Ladles AuxI iliary and all members of the Fans Cities divisions and their friends will be Invited Councilman Charles Flnegaji Thomas Lawler Walter Cusick and Joseph Farrell will arII range the programme of exercises which will be followed bya luncheon and dancing President Thomas Tarpy Thomas Keenan and William M HiggIns were named as an inn tation committee Division 1 is now forty years pld and it is intended to make this the greatest celebration in its history Because of the election on November 4 it was resolved to hold no meeting that night ANOTHER MISSION I Rev Edmund Kaiser O M C pastor of St Peters church Seven teenth and Qarland announces a jubilee mission for the people 61 that parish to open November 2 and close two weeks later Tho mission will be conducted by two noted Redemptorlst fathers RECENT DEATHS Patrick H Cooper one of the oldest residents of tho West End and a brother of Mrs Maria Gar rltty AIS North Twentyeighth street died early Tuesday morning His funeral was held Thursday morning from St Cecilias church The funeral of Mrs LuBe Ams hoff beloved wife of John Amshoff 1821 West Market street was held Monday morning from St Patrlcka church attended by ninny sorrowing frlejids and relatives Mrs Amshoff was thirtyone years old and was esteemed by all who knew her To the bereaved husband vfriends and acquaintances offer their heartfelt sympathy Allen B EVans son of Mrs Flora Evans 611 iPvark avenue was called to his eternal test Saturday the Tictlm of tuberculosis after an Illness borne with Christian fortl tudo Twenty years old there was a bright future before him until stricken with the dread disease Be sides his mother he leaves a qistar Mrs E H gmtth of Nashville and two brothers Wallace aldOwen Ivans The funeral was held Men danioraJc horn St Louie Bar rtrtnde chore PROGRSSIV Campaign Methods Condemned by the Jtcr Dr Aqullla cbbIShows Bull Moose Ticket to BeI Inspiration of Religions lnuntlcHIa j Pleads For Kelmlce From lnl1I Minded dttlens of All Creeds A MANLY PLEA FOR TOLERANCE t The A P A tactics of thp local Progressive party were glen a death blow by the published card of Dr Aqullla Webb pastor of theI Warren Memorial Presbyterian church and President of the LoulsIyule Ministerial Association andI this card is commended to the atItention of tho fairminded people ofILouisville regardless of creed orIpolitical affiliation In this cardI Dr Webb severely condemns theIattempt of the Progressive organiza tion headed by Wood Axton candi date for Mayor to make religious hatred an issue in the campaign and to secure votes for tile Progres sive ticket by seeking to create anlmosty and hatred among LoulsI ville people because of difference IIIIreligious opinions Dr Webb also calls attention to the sad experience Louisville hasIhad In the past when it elected tickets of A P As among themI nqaAxtonsHeeder are the Junior Order of United American Mechanics which Is strictly an AP A organization their motto being opposition to all persons of foreign birth this being a mystery to the outside public when It is known that the original and only pure Americans lire the Indians while the local leaders of the Junior Order bear names 1l1eeII Markolf Schmelzer Gottschalk PIcot Lochner Naves and the likeII which are a long way off from bAIing pure American At a recenttt meeting Axton was the host fur nishing pipes and tobacco and they are planning nightly to dafeatcc tie Democratic ticket solely andIsimply because some of the nominees I Jlr of Qathiahiqith rS eral1 Of Ii I Progressv3Jf10nfi ee TIr la ticket simply because of their anticc Catholic belle and are making their campaign with religious hatred for their sole issue and the supposedly fairminded editor of the Herald dares not acknowledge orIconcede that tills is the case George Steffey the nominee for i Sheriff Is the same who ran on thoIIt A P A school ticket In 1910 and who lately left tho employ of the i Louisville Veneer Works A HII Remmett for Auditor and his emtI ploye X R Watkins candidate fortIt Councilman and A J BIermanII candidate for Councilman all three being A P A adherents S S Weinstock candidate for Magistrate 001domineerIngpolls several years ago in his treat ment of a priest that the latter leftII without voting These are only a few of the pronounced Catholic haters on the Progressive ticket anti their methods are referred to strongly In the following card of DrII Aquilla Webb I It would be a great thing In deed to have the true spirit of ret liglon in politics to have all officeholders and officeseekers religious men in the sense of being Imbued with a Christian spirit land being Godloving and Godfearing men alive alike to their public and private obligations On the other hand it is a most deplorable thins to make the religious belief of any alan an Issue in politics Nothlig could be more destructive of good citizenship or good fellowship noth- Ing more contrary to the spirit of our institutions nothing more harmful to religion itself When I decided to vote the Democratic ticket at the November election I did so because I believed ttotknowligious beliefs of those composing that ticket I did not reach my de termination in order to advance or oppress any creed The genuinely religious people the sober sensible citizens of this community should resent and rebuke any such effort byfollowersTho churches may be relied upon to look after questions of doctrine nnd creed the ministers can and wljl take care of all such matters from thelrpupltsfihey have no sort of campaigns and I conceive It to be a public duty to resent any effort to Inject such things Into the selection of publlo officersThe universal experience has been that efforts to make ones re ligion the test of fitness to hold office have been followed by de plorable resUUs the peace and good order of communities have been de stroyed thereby good government on broad patriotic and tolerant lines rendered impossible and re ligion brought Into disrepute In the eyes of many We have had ex amples of this sort In Louisville we have hadUoketselected oni ware of intolerance of that sort and the character of governmenttL which has resulted is well remaint bred It us luMrrtr truj thattI therfl la no repetition c I think a warning sounded unwarranted and this movement stampedIII out that we should all tree Church and a free State separate and distinct that we should Inflexibly set our faces against any attempt to proscribe any man for worshiping at an altar other than our own that we should concede cheerfully and freely the right of every person to worship God according to the dictates of his own conscience which Is one of the key stones of the arch of our liberties No goojl ever was or ever will be accomplished through the medium of secret political organiza tions having their basis in religious prejudlcey no men elected to office through such efforts ever have or ever will render efficient just or Impartial service to all the people ASHLAXl Last Sunday was a great day for tho Catholics of Ashland who Jiad With them their beloved Bishop Right Rev Camlllus P Maes of Cbvlngton The Hibernians Knights of Columbus and St Joseph Society took prominent part and did much tto make the occasion memorable At 830 In the morning the Hlber nians assembled in theIr hall not a single member being absent and U was an edifying sight to see the three ordora marching down Win f Chester avenue to Father iGossollns rectory where Bishop Moos UH clergy eightyfour children and eight converts were waiting t6 be escorted to Holy iFamily church toll receive the sacrament of continua t loin Before administering theIj sacrament there was Pontifical hightmass the Bishop being assisted by Fathers Gosselin Fey and Cusack So great was the Interest that theschurch was full to overflowing many people having to stand on the outside For the Catholic societies of Ashland it must be said that whenever any special services are held the members do all In their power to make them a success by their presence with their respective orders After tho grdat time Sunday atgloom was cast over Ashland l Monday by news of the death of thelbeloved wife of Michael Purtle l who for sixteen years was head of the Hibernians in that city Mrs Purtlo halo and hearty was at tho church Sunday morning and also attended the vesper services In tho afternoon About 10 oclock sue complained of not feeling well and the family physician was at once summoned but before he arrived the end had come Mrs Purtle was the picture of health and among her t friends was one of tIe noblest 1 women that ever lived As a mark I of sympathy and respect the Hiber i nians attended tho funcfraj in a I hotly AVefliiesday morning Forthoitt- vtiaiw t- rejatliten iiUftl 1 I i thro fsHI eIlPreadland 1 deepest sympathy INTO HRAVEXLY REST Lb Thursday morning the angel of I b1rsL c been ill at tho homo of her daugh I ter Mrs John Rodgers 1925 Bank street Mrs Foley was an exemplary Catholic woman and her loss will be mourned not only by her relatives but also by her many frhendrto whom she endeared herself by I her gentle and charitable disposition Her fuheral will take place thisamorning from St Patricks church when loving tribute wlll be paid to her well spent and Christian lifetMrs Foley was widely known andowas always an active worked for the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America and the Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary Besides her daughter she leaves two sisters Misses Alice and Anna MurphyaILEASUl WITH TRIBUTE The Catholic churches of this city did themselves great honor yestetday by turning out a oft7600 men as an expression of reverence for the Holy Name says l Mondays State Journal of Columbus Ohio It was a tribute which this entire community uponll with satisfaction and pride As the procession passed Trinity a Protestant Episcopal church the chimes rang out a greeting that went to the1 hearts of the marching men and reflected the sentiment of the en tire community AUDIENCE FOR AMERICANS Arrangeemnts are being made at the Vatican for a Papal audience to the Catholic officers and men of the American fleet when they will pay a visit to Rome In November It Is hoped that the Pope will be sufficiently strong to receive them In the consistorlal hall It is prob- ablE that the Pontiff will make a short speech to the officers and men and present them with medals In stead of blessing them from the balcony NEWPORT KNIGhTS The election of officers of Bishop Carroll Council K of C of Now port resulted as follows Edward J Tracy Grand Knight Judge 13 J Kennedy Deputy Grand Knight L Cl Murphy Recorder W J Moloney Financial Secretary H TUden Reinke Treasurer Judge M T Shine Advocate J B Cav- anaugh Warden William Lantry Inside Guard Carl Bill Outside Guard EUCHRE AND LOTTO The Entertainment Committee of the Catholic Womans Club Mrs John Busch meyeI Chairman will give a euchre and lotto party at the club house on Wednesday November 5 at 230 ndop m Handsome prizes will be given tndI all who pleasantafternoon WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give TliiB Office Your Next Order 17LOUISVILLE SPECULATING Three Cabinet Meetings Mark Kndlng of British Political Vacation Though Not Unusual They Set All the London Gossips to TalkingV Ulster Protestants Will Not Per mit Separation of That Province SEES TilE END OF CARSON1SM Hon T P OConnor M Pocabled that the three prolonged Cabinet councils in three successive days last week at once markedthe ending of the political vacation and sot all gossips speculating As a matter of fnct these Cabinet councils wero nothing unusual were fixed months ato and were not marked with those fierce differences of opinion between Ministers which excite exultation and hope in the Tory journals He adds hat according to his information occupied but a half of one of- hree sittings and that the Cabinet as a whole remains in exactly the same position as at tho end of I Itt- ession Churchill spoke without consultation when he suggested the exclusion of four Ulster counties and not one of Churchills colleagues ap proves either the method or pro posals In this breakaway of ono man frQm his associates though thr exclusion of four counties can not beHregarded as decided by tile debate and vote III the Cabinet It is certain that it meets with no support out Hide of Churchill and that eyery day lessens the chance of any such disastrous ii concession The Cabinet still holds itself ready o receive any genuine overtures from tho Tory leaders for any possible concession but the initiative must come from them and not from the Cabinet On one thing above all others the Cabinet is inflexible as pteel It will not betray or even eeem to betray the Irish party and the Irish people to any proposition which does not meet the approval of both of these two great factors It may be as Redmond Indicated In his Limerick epoch that the Lib the Irish may consider whether any HH liib kq Ji gbing Ulster some form of administrative selfgovernment and there would bO- no objection to any method of raising y proportionate representation or otherwise the number of Unionist trembers in tho Irish Parliament 1t that is the utmost extent of tile- oncession either tho Liberals or the Irish will make- Meantime the breakup of Carson lrm goes on steadily The ground which he so obstinately held and committed the English Tories to of- efusing home rule to even southern reland because Ulster blocked the way is now abandoned even by him nd last week every Tory journal was begging permission to give southern Ireland homo rule Tho i is English Toryisms alarm ver Carsonism was conveyed to Car son anti Carson was quite ready to allow the passage of home rule If ho got four counties but he will not get fur counties even If Irishmen are to betray the Ulster Nation lists anti If the Liberal Ministry Is eady to betray tho Irish party Bdth are unthinkable propositionsJA large majority oven of Ulster I Protestants are resolutely de to permit no separation of- heir province from the rest of Ire end Already Asqulth has received strong remonstrances from Ulster Protestants and an Important meet- Ing already has been announced In Ballymoney In County Antrim The 1 Protestants will have only Protestant speakers and will denounce Carson Ism This Is the beginning of a movement of revolt against Carson em by Ulster Protestantism which i vlll soon spread and prove a decisive factor in tho situation Private accounts also from Ulster conclusively prove that Carsons last campaign showed a dismal diminution in both number and spirit from last year As this movement la being simultaneously attacked both from Tories In England and broad minded Protestants In Ireland IL is evident It has only to be left alone to disappear and pavo the way for some reasonable concessions in the home rule bill and national ad ceptance by all English parties of home rule Parliament never slnco the beginning of the long struggle advanced the home rule cause so rapidly as during the last two weeks Meantime the Liberals policy re ceived a new and immense Impetus from LloydGeorges land campaign His caution reserve and mdderatlon were deliberate and mainly Intended to rally to h8 side every ono of his colleagues In the Cabinet some of Whom from personal or political reason would have been hostile to any speech or tactics by Georga vhicli would look liko rushing them ATTAU SOCIETY PARTYk The members of 8t Cecilias Altar Society have arranged for ft euchre and lotto social to be given In St Cecilias Hall 2521 Sti Cecilia streettonThutsdaynlsht November 6I Games w111 begin at 8 oclock and many Valuable prlsea will be distributed All frlw 4 of the lad lee art invited and art prom IIced a delifhtful time r S T In i J k1 I ItKEJS U K5lX AMERIOAN KNTUGKY IRISH flMEKGRN I esrsiad to the Social IIrf M era Uiuctmtmenitl1 Irish AaerkMt mi Citfeelki Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of HlberaUni Young iMtns I Institute and CathoHc KnIghts ofrAmerica KENTUCKY IRIH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated PuHlhf SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLe COPY 56 BnUrtd at the L aliTHU PeittMct al SecoddCUaaTUHM AMrmaUCeMBHUitleM to the KINTUCKy IRISH AMERICAN 31 J21 West aced St LOUISVILLE ICY SATURDAY OCTOBER 2519131 I Democratic TicKet MayorJahn For Police Judge Samuel J Boldrlck For Prosecuting Attorney of PoUcoI Court Harry W Robinson For Clerk of Police Court William E Holley For Bailiff of Police Court Edward D OConnor For Tax Receiver Andrew M Sea For City Auditor William 1lI Meffert For City Treasurer Adolph Schmitt For Park Commissioners John B Castleman i Daniel F Murphy Louis SeelbachFor James B Camp John M Clifford- J William Miller Joseph Overberg Fred Schwenker R Guy Parker B J Campbell Jr Richard W Hutchison C W Schmitt Fred J Leezer James Treasy George B Coder- For Councilmen W P Graves John Neubauser Charles Mann Wdlllam H Karsl W IL Ward Wm H Booher Jerome King Alvin Rosenberg D H Benson Thomas J Gary James Norton Riob whitty iMiko Leone Edward J Parker Thos E QawronceT J Morrow Jr D B Coleman Edward White Albert Stelger M J McDermott R D Thomas John P Qrleb C J Finegan Thomas J Dolan t For County Judge e Samuel W Greene Fpr County Attorney vXScotit Bullltt For County Clerk p S Ray For Sheriff Charles J Cronan For County Assessor George Sohlegel For Coroner Ellis Duncan For County Surveyor J Russell Gaines For Jailer Charles C Foster For County Superintendent C Orville J Stivers r For State Senator Thirtysixth Senatorial District Charles H Knight- Thirtyeighth Senatorial District Samuel L Robertson For Representative Fortyfourth Legislative District John Dresher 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 T McNally FJftyfirst Legislative District William DuffyFor Magistrate t First aiaglsterial District Robert 0 DorseySecond Magisterial iDlstrlct b Charles C Wheeler Third Magisterial District Henry E Crawford Fourth Magisterial District Jo seph Muennlngaoff Fifth Magisterial District Frank Dacher Sixth Magisterial District Ben SchulmanSeventh Magisterial iDlstrict P T SullivanEighth Maaglsterlal District Qeorge W BerryFor First Magisterial District Charles Osborn Second Magisterial District Phil T German Jr Third Magisterial IstrlctJ L Warren Fourth Magisterial District John U J Sanders Wfth Magisterial District Will iam R iateltenkamp Sixth Magisterial District Seventh Magisterial DlstrlcthEd wiird Btrrett 8 Eighth Magisterial District James Duddy For Police Judge of Oakdaler Ernest N Menar f For Police Judge of Highland Park David RSeht I AGAINST SEX inroiENB ReTJQS HMntlBKton Father 8uprior ot the ClIl copalian Order of tu Holy CroMi In the general f convention of that church in New York City expressed it as his belle that it was the duty of parents to impart information to their children andno one else should It is tthe fathers and mothers whom God ha ordained said he to educate theli boys and girls If the world isto be changed we must begin with the children There will be no need oC teaching sex hygiene in the schools if there has been Instruction in the home TO1VW DAVIES In a recent interview Mr W W Davies the leading orator of thE local Progressive party stated that if convinced that that party was making a campaign upon religIous prejudice ho would renounce connection with their nefarious purpose The circulation of anonymous antl Catholic literature the utterances ot Progressive candidates and lastl the convincing statement of Dr Aqullla Webb now makes that step imperative in the opinion of all fair minded citizens regardless of creed and Mr Davies without abating ont whit in his political views can with honor to himself render a service to Louisvilles good name by refuslnf further to be an ally to this dark lantern crew MINISTERS CONFIDENT To sum up the homo rule situa1 tlon the Asquith Government though confronted by problems and difficulties of no mean order has tt- race Its firmly set to the prosecution ol the work it undertook when It entered ofllce Prognostications ol its downfall are common enoughbut they come from quarters which render them suspect and among the Ministers themselves there exists- n confident belief that under the guidance of the Premier who has proved himself a master statesman the ship of state will not only weather the storms that beset it but will also bo steered safely anti triumphantly to port where captain and officers will be able to say that they carried out their commission- REPRESENTATIVE PAIR W W Davies must surety be proud of his fellow Bull Moose orators Messrs Reno and Rennesen These worthies are disgusting every one in sight by their silly maudlin speeches and making votes for the Democratic ticket- COMMON SENSE RE1JELS Catholic educators have taken h decided stand on the teaching of sex hygiene in the schools As the True Voice says the wonder Is that anyone could be found to advocate the turning loose of hairbrained sexhyglenists upon innocent chlf dren Common tense rebels against it and modesty revolts at the brazen immorality of the project The Committee on State of the Church reporting Tuesday to the Iplscopar convention in New York City noted a loss of more than 0000 pupils within the last three years from the Sundayschools of the Protestant Episcopal church in the United States To Duncan ClarkSorry that you have to go and can not be here to enjoy the splendid incoming Domo sratlc administration Christmas holidays are drawing near Begin your shopping now WALNUT THEATER The Walnut Theater wuinext week present another excellent raudevllle bill In which new faces and new acts will be Introduced Manager Hilton has established The pmpularlty of thp Walnut which is now recognized as the family amusement rouse of the city Every day new feature photo plays are shown to large and appreciative audiences urnishlnge an hour of real enjoyment MARY KELLEV DEAD Mrs Mary E Kelley sixtyseven years of age widow ot Thomas Celley died Tuesday night at theme of her daughter Mrs H G ohnsoff 540 South Thirteenth street A daughter and tt son sur vivo her Her funeral took place Thursday morning from the Sacred leart church Rev Patrick Walsh leing the celebrant of the requiem mass L IADnnAL WILL RETIRE CottniaH U S N lommandment of Peget found navy cyard who IfI a Catholic retires ok ternary 14 ntxt L 3r I SOGIETY 1 Mrs t F Murphy and daughter are visiting relatives in Virginia Richard Edelen will leave to tomorrow for Bardstown where be will make his home In the futun Mrs John Meagher 1004 lr6t street has been spending a week in Frankfort visiting her sister Mr Michael Meagher Mrs Fontaine Kremer Pleasure Ridge had as guests the past week Mrs Charles Kremer and Mrs Rich and Arnold of the city Miss Nora Wolfenberger Is her from Bowling Green for a visit to her parents Irand Mrs Wllliai Wolfenberger West Broadway Arthur Cook of Shelby street has been setting em up to the boys this past week on account of tn arrival of a little son at his home Mrs Patrick H Newman am son Bruce Newman of St Louis are here to spend several week with Mrs Kate Shelley Newman Miss Minnie Parldge of Kansas City has returned to her home after several weeks visit to her aunt Mrs J B Murphy In Jeffersonville Mrs W P Flood of Eastwood had as guests for the past week Mrs Pat Egan and daughters of Memphis and Mrs M Moncrlef oC St Paul Mrs D G Welch and lIssell Katherine Glenn and Marguerite Dumault were recent dinner guests of Mrs J M Bywater at her 110ma In Oakdale Matt Corcoran 731 South Twen tyfourth street left this week I for a business trip to Canada Befor returning he will visit his brother Andrew Corcoran at Bellvllle Miss Margaret Gross of Omah has returned home after seerlweeks visit here as the guest of her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Frank L Caulkins of 312 South Twenty eighth street Mrs Van ODanlel and daughters Lauretta and Josephine who were here visiting their parents Mr and Mrs James Tlghe West Broadway have returned to their home at Central city George Larkin and Joe Heroh left Thursday morning for a hunt Ing trip up the Kentucky river and both of these crack nimrods have promised a little spread to their friends on their return if they havi much sucress Mrs Mary Canty West Madlsoi street announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Cora E Canty and Louis Schueman Their m tr riage will be solemnized at tin Sacred Heart church during the month of November Vise Katherine E Delaney and James E Kenny were married at St Patricks church Wednesday even- Ing at 7 oclock Very Rev Father Cronin officiating Te bride is a popular young lady of West Em society and the groom Is the well known K and I engineer They will make their home in the Hertul apartments Miss Rosalie Schwlerman and Miss Anna Leo Troutman gave a linen shower in honor of Mr and Mrs George Leibert at the home oC the brides mother Mrs K Trout nan of 814 Fehr avenue Wednesda evening The guests were Misses Bessie Glossbenner Rose Denzlnger Nora Lally Loraine Pfau Berth eibert Lillian Sawyer May Leibert Florence Kelsor May Schwlermann iorena Leibert Elenora Heinze Madeline Sandfort Messrs Jack Jones Tyson Reihl Fred Heinze Mike Pontrich Dan Koenstein John Schwlerman Emmet Johnson Ollh HalliArnold Miller and Messrs and Mesdames George Leibert Ever Half C Glossbrenner and Mrs K IOU tman HALLOWEEN The Young Ladies Sodality of St Patricks church will entertain wl1 h a Halloween social and card party nextFriday afternoon and night in St Patricks Hall at thirteenth and Market This will betone of the largest parties of the season and the ladies have made elaborate plans for the entertainment of their guests SHOOTS AT BISHOP day at Harbor Grace the Right Rev Bishop March was fired upon by a man named James Hare believed toI be insane Hare fired twice before several fishermen overpowered him One shot grazed the bead of the Bishop wounding him slightly while the other buried Itself in the altar In spite of his Injury Bishop March concluded the mass after a physician had bound up his head FACES ANOTHER TRIAL Thomas E Watson the Georgia editor and politician who was freed rorn a charge of sending obscene tatter through the malls In the Foci eral Court at Augusta on Tuesday may soon face another indictment HisI case was presented to the Fed- eral1 grand ury again after his counsel mado a futile effort to have the court bring in the Jurymen and search their consciences to learn itt a prejudice existed against Watson RECOVERING The many friends pi tF A Clegs Lhe well known contractor will be clad to learn that he is recovering apIdlyNfrom his recent Illness- TiYNCIIIu1rIiI3 z GoV GlysH of Nep fork an ounced Wednesday that hg would end to the Senate thrvt Right these of Jaapes M LyHeh ef rr 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 a a and i i I i the one of the of this advance sale of of in and but because the soon of in to now for are less be for this of goods the all of I 1 be charged on December bills i Handkerchiefs AYonicns All Embroidered 3 in a box value 75c 50q Wide Hem Shamrock 35c GcsWomens Ilandcm broidered Handkerchiefs 25c Special WoiiicnN Hanclcm 5 broidered 3cc- Wornend 0 25c i Alllinen em- broideredf Handkerchiefs Hemstitched 3 in a box for 150 Womens Embroidered in a box f 60c 30c Womens Alllinen Handker- icldefs2inch hem embroidered corner value 76c SOC i N Syracuse President of the con firmation as President Lynch is the man in the labor movement la this and tile printers f IOM they r Jo4e to we kin go I I I I 7 TRANSYLVANIA E N Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner President Paul Jones Building The Union National A Central Banking House For Louisville nHE removal of the Union National Bank Sixth and Main streets the Inter Southern Life Building Fifth and Jefferson makes a central Banking House for Louis On the main highways and in easy access the jobbing section yet within stones tnrow Louisvilles great shopping district this bank offers convenient location and cour teous service As national bank sound in resources pro gressiqe in methods conservative in manage ment able care for large requirements glad so respond smallit invites your bus mess I Safe deposit boxes rent from 300 per year Three per cent paid time certificates deposit Foreign Exchange Travelers Checks and Letters of Credit Issued Union National Bankv J D STEWART President W P OTTER Vice PrcsldcnttJ II MERSUON Asst Cashier FlU GETTYS Vice Cashier TV R COBB Assistant Cashier atMetiwa MAIN FLOOR STEWARTS I gRQ1IEF81I i I P ei JI in East to make this Handkerchief Sale features Christmas There are thousands dozens newest ideas Mens Womens Childrens Handkerchiefs early selections are advisable lots decomebrokenIf including Handkerchiefs your Christmas gifts itwOUld be better buy these than will asked quality pricesI Christmas rush- NOTICE TO CHARGE request purchases CUSTOMERSIIIUpon Womens 11nca Corner Handkerchiefs Special Script Initial Handkerchiefs Value Alllinen Corner Value Alllinen Corner Handkerchiefs Value Special IIand Corner Corner Handkerclilefs Value Special Special International Typographical Union for Labor Commis ablest country higher Sixth Floor from to it ville to from of to to to up on of Pres I Childrens Handkerchiefs Childrens Fancy Box Initial Uandkcrchlefsc3 ina box value 25c Special20cClill- drens Embroidered Corner Handkerchiefs 2 in a holly box value 16c Special Mens Mens Alllinen Hanekerchiefs Fancy 10IIII Handkerchiefs 150 Special in a box Mens Corded Script initial G in a box value 5 100 Special750M-ens Alllinen Tape Border Script Handkerchiefs Value 35c Special 25c Plain Linen and Script In S IJandkerchietsHanddrawnhem J Mens Soft Bleached Linen hem value 5 lllandkerchlcrS2lncb COc J I STEWART DRY GOODScO iii W CONNECTION WITH xmikUNEW YOWL i EV1Nt6M1N4tyNNS NN H44N NSS4S4NSK1 State stoner while suffer distinct Initial Mens RECOVERED Friends of Attorney Joe Keyer were glad to see him on the street again this week fully recovered from an Illness of typhoid fever that for a time was looked upon with grave apprehension A Are Greatest Catholic Play of the Decade Week 26 Vicar General Fox Trenton N JliThe Confession is making a llaudable effort to elevate the stage and make it the handmaid of religion Rev P J Cormican S J the distinguished JesuitliThe Confession merits the gratitude and patronage of Catholics throughout the world Anthony Matre National Secretary Catholic Federation I witnessed a performance ofliThe Confession last year in St Louis and heartily commend this play to all Endorsed by the Hierarchy and Catholic Laity Ancient Order of Hibernians Knights of Columbus Foresters etc Tuesday Thursday and Saturday I i Suits and- Overcoats XI6 Up 425 W JEFFERSON UPSTAIRS STORE GAYETY THEATER Ono Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Direct From a Successful Run at the Bijou Theater New York A Modern UptoDate Play Indorsed by the most noted clergy in the United States It teaches a moral that you will never forget SundaY Matinee SOc 3Ec ISo and SOc Tuesday Thursday mad Satur day Matinees 1000 seats at 26c NJgbta roc 25c SBc SOc and Tie VISITING IN IRELAND tMrs Peter C Sower of Frank fort left last week for New York City and on Thursday sailed for Ireland where she will spend three taontket vUItlnR relatives t u CASUALTY INSURANCE co I Moral Plays Patronized THE CONFESSION Gayety Theater October MatineesSunday UTUECONFESSION Home Phone City 3238 I WALNUT ST THEATER 11 IOcVAUDEVILLE loc t FEATURE PHQTO PLAYS 1 to l307 to 11 Vaudeville Bill changed Sunday and Thursday Photo Plays changed every day M REICHERTFOR CLOTH GLASS OR ANY KIND OF SIGNSArtistic Decorations Etc Call Hime Phone City 3605 yC 0- r itvufc1 it A n- A b r I KICNTUOKY I H Alt ERrCAN N 51111AN1Shir jlErNEBARRETTS1B5 s1i I FUNERAL DIRECTORS i AND EMBALMERS i X22 EaS1 Main Streetiaeawsa weass4 t +wwa 4 I F3 p33 i I id 334 f3 d 3F13 23d F33 3 I13 M A3 F THOMAS KEENANi 11 Funeral DirectorI and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 zzHi+01 1 1 NH 1 I Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Noti- ceSTREET809 W JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 810 ++I 1I + HH+ooHI ++ItHo DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT- Funeral 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Directors and Embalmers BOTH I JHO3VJE5S Cumb Main 3908a Homo City 3008 HI1+ ++ I 11 I Io + I 1 1 I 11 I 1 11 111 1 +101 1 11 1 OLD FORTUNAnBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INOORPORATED DISTILLERSWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS i + + 11 +11 S S 1 U +oJ ++ 411 fu+4 FINE WINKS AMPAGN AL KOLB Sii 323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS +JJIJotIo1oJuII ++IoJIJzf 4t44+I1oI111 d 11111111 n i8id14 Mdi + yx i DR J T CHAWK j JInfirmaryJ 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET ItI BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA i WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky f11p All the late and lew Styles and Shape can be found here at reasonable price Call and lee ni HERRMANN BROS IMPORTBRa FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dtetillen aid Wholesale Dten ia Plneet Braadi of Ken tacky WBttkietMptcially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IH BOND 7 N toMWt 214 tffiTKSTMET re t n c BEDDING PLANTS i Geraniums Roses HeleotroPa9Etc Cemetery WorkallpeclaltyRE- ASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Planes 223 iTt yemr beta lolL Jaettea that wilt yrtfM Ana for me ST XAVIERS COLLEGE tin W VfMawar otIwTiii ley CenLnete4 by th Xarerlaa Brother eaJletUle sae leretaeee LargeYl eeae MtlerMr rJeaen pk- u HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- Ncws Notes Division 4 will bo he only divis ion meeting next weeka Cleveland will endeavor to secure 1000 new members before the new year All divisions must nominate offi cers next month and hold elections in December There are twelve divlflon8 in San Francisco with a membership ot about 2000 The Juvenile division of the In dianapolis Ladles Auxiliary continues to grow All tho divisions Nin Chicago will unite in celebrating the feast of St Patrick by a grand banquet When the roll was called for the last County Board meeting In Phila delphia 2 GC members responded Division 1 of Nashua N H has arranged for a big initiation and en tertainment the first meeting next monthDivision 7 of Indianapolis entertained last night with an old time smoker and jollification for its young members See that your friends intending to witness The Confession purchase tickets from the A 0 H or Ladles Auxiliary A little effort on the part of each division for the success of The Con fession will greatly benefit the re spective treasuries Baltimore divisions have taken up the extension work of the order and will make strong endeavor to in crease the membership Pittsburgh Hibernians have do nated 500 to the St Regis Home for working girls They will give another 500 next year Great credit is being given James McTlghe and Lawrence Meaney for the success of the Emerald Hiber nian Social Club dances Over 200 sat down to the banquet at South Bend Ind following tho initiation of fortytwo leading cit izens Into the Ancient Order Hon Michael F Conry Congress man from New York City and mem ter of the Ways and Means Committee is a member of the Ancient OrderThe Hibernians of New Hampshire headed a division in the Landing day parade at Manchester and were loudly cheered wherever they ap pearedThe Hibernian Life Insurance Fund of Minnesota paid out 85000 death benefits the past year For the reserve fund 120000 has been invested in bonds The different divisions are rap idly disposing of tickets for The Confession which will be given under Hibernian auspices at the Gayety Theater all next week Tuesday night Division 3 of In dianapolis celebrated its twentyfifth anniversary Rev Fathers Gavisk and Brucker chaplains of the order and all the Past Presidents delivered addressesLadies Auxiliaries 6 and 7 of Providence R I held an open meet ing wheh able addresses were deliv ered on Most Rev John Carroll the first American Bishop and the Con stantlnlan jubilee SOCIAL CLUB DANCE The Young Mens Social Club will give the next of their series of dances at Utopian Hall Tuesday evening and a large crowd Is ex pected on account of the increasing popularity of this young organization The Reception Committee are Leo P Rellly Joseph B Burke John H Baldwin Halpin S McGrath Raymond S Owens andMartin C Mullaney GONE TO REST Miss Rosa Christina Peterwerth twentyfive years of age daughter of A H Peterwerth died Tuesday afternoon following an illness of four months at her home 836 East Chest nut street Her parents Tour sisters and four brothers survive her The funeral was conducted Friday morn Ing from St Martins church GIVING CATHOLIC NEWS At the recent Catholic Prena convention the point was made that the local Catholic paper is oy every right entitled to preference in the giving out of any special news from churches or affiliated societies within its field As em phasized by the Holy Father him self the Catholic paper renders great service to the church In de fense of Catholic interests and rights and therefore should have the consistent and practical support of every Catholic The type of in dividual who thinks first of tho secular papers when there is Cath olic news to be given put and of the Catholic paper only when special service or personal publicity la desired should be given to under stand that there is s cha thing as reciprocity ST BIAIITINS Next Thursday afternoon and even- Ing the Ladles Altar Society of St Martins church will give a big euchre and lotto entertainment In the large haJJ at Shelby and Gray streets The ladles have secured many handsome prizes and look for an attendance that will fill the hall For those who do not play there will bo other amusements KNEW lIEn BUSINESS During a dangerous epidemic in a small Western town every Infected quarantineKeterthe health officers were taking down the quarantine signs when an old negress protested bitterly against w41jIWhy1 why dont you want me to take that sign doum Well sahu the reply dey ala ben a bill eollectaa neah dig upYouan i SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O SD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays TarpyViceRecording SecretarYWalter Cu ickIFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far I rellTreasurerThomasl Keenan SergeantatArna Henry McDer I mottSentinelJohn Keant DIVISION 2 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 Keaney Treasurer James Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Hugh Hourlgan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P Price Financial SecretaryJohn J Hes pion Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresldentThomasLynch Financial SecretarYThomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far elLSentlnelM J McDermott Y IWt II MACIUN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President Qeo Thorn eon Second Vice PresidentJohn J Lynn Financial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry JT KibbeyTreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat 4 T SAVE YOUR TEETH ANDS MONEY I have decided to continue these special prices fouhlsUlont- bFULL PLATES400G- OLD CROWN S3OO PORCELAIN CROWN S300 DR FORESTNER- I am the worklngmans dentist Material and workmanship guaranteed Teeth ex amined free and Will tell yQU in advance just what your work will cost Have impres sion taken in the morning and get teeth same day DENT ST 458 SOUTH FOURUH ST OVER TAYLORS DRUG STORE NEAR WALNUT officelioiirs 8 to 8 Sutnlayf 0 to 1 Lady attendant iCENTRALIncorporated ECUs N W Cer Third aad Oran Sit We furnish the home com plete on easy payments CALLAQHAN Mr Sues DtIIWM 50000 CATHOLIC CHILDREN are now reading tho Child Apostle It Is a monthly magazine of twenty four pages of stories pictures etc Just for the children It costs only twentyfive cents a year Isnt your boy or girl worth having a little magazine all their own Send twentyfive cents in coin or stamps for a years subscription or ask for a sample copy Address THE CHILD APOSTLE 1188 McCormIck BJdg Chicago HI YOU NEVER DID Every year the Catholic church receives many thousand converts bid anyone eyer hear ono of these utter a word derogatory of his former church affiliation i SIMPLE TOOTH POWDER A good and simple formula for tooth powder is made up of equal parts of precipitated ckalk andpow tiered orris root 9p this may be added toy flavoring essence that may be desired The orris toot will impart a4eJlcate fragrance to the braatb 0 dt r rt- C tt- Eo f KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Omaha Knights have organized n bowling league with six teams It Is expected that a council will be organized next month at Nauyoo Tit Boston and Chicago each had fully 20000 In their Columbus day parades With Its Columbus day Initiation the council at Quincy Ill has over 500 active members The recent initiations at Alliance themembershlpFollowing the initiation of sixty new members 450 Knights sat at the banquet at Fremont Ohio The Knights of Lincoln Neb have prepared a great reception for Bishop Tlhen for Tuesday night Monday evening there will be a reception for the hundred candi dates initiated at Columbus Ohio on October 12 tnaklngforThanksgiving dqy when the fourth will be conferred at Denver ThreeCoitgressmen and the Gov orHhodeColumbus celebration In Providence R IA liberal donation has been made by the council at Portsmouth Ohio to help rebuild the church at Neffs ahurricaneIndianapolis Council will confer the first degree in November Janu ary and Marge the second In De cember February and April and the major degree the third Sunday in 1IayI On Discovery day the Knights of Newark Ohio presented an American flag to St Francis de Sales school Thanksgiving day they will present another to the Blessed Sacrament school Through Rev M J Foley of the Western Catholic the Knights of Monmouth Ill sent 10 to defend the good name of the Sisters of Mount Angel Ore attacked by the Sllverton Journal last August PENNIES BUILD OIIAPELS The Third SelfDenial Chapel built by child apostle pennies goes to Duvall Wash The town of Duvall IIi the diocese of Seattle has received a gift of 500 from the ctyld apostle department of the Church Extension Society This 500 was donated penny by penny by the Catholic children of Amer leathe child apostles Rev Dan iel P Kelly is to be In charge of the church The child apostle department of the Extension Society is a most Important branch of the work As one of the officials of the so clety declared It Is the future of the society The child apostles of today we Hope will develop into the supporters of the missions of tomorrow Rev William D OBrlenlsln charge of the department and editor of the magazine The Child ApostleI I published for children by the Church Extension Society Besides the SelfDenial chapel there Is the fund for the Gratitude chapel which is named In honor of St Anne and the Infant Jesus and Holy Angels Chapel Fund Five hundred dollars has to be on hand before any priest receives the gift for erecting an edifice The chapel at Duvall Is the third one that has been erected through the pennies of the little once The first was at Estancia New Mexico and the second one at Tallulah La The plan Is a god send to alt parties to the poor missionaries who receive the gift to the struggling congregations and to the children who are trained in the blessed art of sejfsacrlflce There Is always a long waiting list of mislons needing chapels This Church Extension Society through IGIthree chapels a week Five hun dred dollars builds one The donor is entitled to select the name of the chapel and in all cases the poor missionary is only too happy to be the recipient of a sum that will Insure a place wherein the holy may he offered and soulssated to the church Tho offices of the Catholic Church Extension Society are located at 1133 McCormick building Chicago HINTS ON STYLE Moleskin shade is the favorite endhaScotch plaids are fashionable for chlldrenf 1 Charmeuse Is still in style for afternoon gowns Russian green is especially wanted in lustred fabrics Purple shading from wisteria to dark promises well The threepiece suits have lost jidne of their popularity Little short capes matching vel vet dresses is one of the seasons innovations Cotton fabric gloves that have chamois or doeskin finish are more satisfactory than ever before Cotton gloves qre made now in white all shades of tan chain color oyster shades and gray Brown will be Jn good request with snuff golden brown mahogany and seal the shades most ordered THEY HAVE SENSE The Pittsburgh tJ1eatermanager who rented his house for a series of antiCatholic lectures is now suffering from a severe lack of patronage Catholics are great theater goers but they have sense enough to re main a house that has been quarantined OYSTERS When trying oysters always add a little baking powder to the flour In which they are wiled This in crease the MMI of the oyster vert much 6 FRANK FEHR BREWING CO INCORPORATED 1 Brewers LOUISVILLE and BottlersY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMAN a BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE 13tj Cumb Phone West 191 Home I Phone 1913 r u WIEDEMANN1 sncoitrdRATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellentflawr GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO J INCORPORATBD i Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horn 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light1 JOHN H PRANK aWALTERSy Clay Street Brew J1 I 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREE TELEPHONE 209 LOUIS LLtiE K3 IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER r ror 1- r SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY n IIFOR A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor go to WM F MAYER9 413 W MARKET ST Special Notice to Altar Societies We have on hand a large and ex clusive line of Altar Alb and Surplice Laces We have determined to place a special discount on these goods this month If you are think ing of purchasing the atove soon it will pay you to look over our stock at once Judging from the past sales of these laces we know you will be more than satisfied with our nice display We also carry p full line ot materials and findings for making and repairing vestments Write for SamplesROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418 W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Goods FRED ERHART ARCHITECT r NORTON BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson HBOSSESON FuneralI Directors I and Embalmers I 810FicHftAVJCNUSI TJMltt2 11J d THE 2 FAVORITES- of l Louisvilles Particular Seofctrc F TARPY SPECIAL lOc Cig- arLITTLE A Js 5c Cigar The cigars without an equaiin quality and flavor Homemade Unloasi te and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS ks t tWe have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging E price from 7500 to 10000 tatfwhich we can give at a barjafaV Before purchasing please give HI a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Civ CB THOMPSON FLORISTIfirON Y ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVEXtlMr Both Tcleph je IbM All orders receive prompt aUeat4ea nd satisfaction guaranteed A Delightful Smok PHONE CITY 23 1 0 FO- IULEOPATRA1e I GONDOLA 4Jfe1 fA Jj DOEa5 L ClayStxet J a 1 Fpr Q 4 V fc JA 1 iSV n r 4 2a UcK1I A IICCli r- A 1 i IlITh34Bf IthAW33 Fdt I 3- iIS ++ +++++ + H++4 t J + to FAVORED SILKS FOR FALL CoBROCADED TU SAH SILKS In a beautiful line of new fall patterns colors white pinkt light blue r Copenhagen gray peach Nell rose 1 navy and black fulll thirtysix i per yard i The new lightweight BROCADED material for ij colors white pink light blue 1 light gray and Copenhagen gray 40 wide per yard BLACK MOIRE t Extra heavy quality suitable for the fall coats r full yard wide per yard 1 t i iInI BROCADED VELVET J all the new fall colors of reds t emerald green Copenhagen prune i any and black per yard I I jjWeGive and Redeem Profit Sh if J d33Fd3 3 +3 135 3 ++3b33333d + J TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMILY Vanilla Strawberry Chocolate Pineapple and Other EVERYTHING SANITARY HOME PHONE SHAWNEE THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY EIGHTEENTH AND aso o o o cansosoeo ao + + e cc FOR GOODNESS MOTHERS IEAT t t t i t COMPANY49c t Made in the Largest and Most t I the South For Your Furniture I WANT YOUR rR My stocks are the largest my the lowest and my terms 1 1JAMESI 425 427 and 429 East Market j II 1 I lIt 1 HH+ jvow oo +ooo+ +ooooH tn GAS IS BETTER THAN I r Seldnow can beco nnected when bought in the rush season not tell just when we can get particular order LOUISVILLE GAS j IT YS Time For StovesFirst Thought Cold weather is coming Second Thought We need a Stove Third ThoughtGeher Son The best place to buy aStove or Range is where the assortment is llarge and the prices are reason able Therefore it is to your own interest to call on the old and reliable firm of GHEHER SON215 W Market StM Bet Second and Third DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO INCORPPIIATH- DI FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE I Now Is the time to fill yotir coal bin with our freshly Inined Star Block coat A 4 J 14251 PER LO2s000 POUNDS omePk uy 8101 oml erfhR R Yjl rz LI H I t 1 Vote For the Tax Amendment Why should the Workingmans home be assessed near its full value and the rich mans mansion at about twothirds of its real value 1Whyr should real estate bear a double burden of taxation while stocks bonds and notes escape taxation I The DOG T VX produced more revenue last year in Kentucky than all all the taxes paid on stocks bonds and cash on deposit in banks If the Tax Amendment to be voted on at the November Election is adopted this will be changed and all classes of property made to bear their proper share Workingmen should consider these facts and vote YES for the Tax Amendment H PROMINENT DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES CHARLES C FOSTER I HOLLEYJOHNFor For Mayor JailorFor Clerk of Police Court j I A I SCOTT BULLITT GEORGE SCHLEGEL P S RAY 1 For County Attorne For County Assessor For County Clerk ICHARLES J CRONAN ANDREW M SEA SAMUEL W GREENE j Sheriff For Tax Receiver For County Judge BJ CAMPlBELL Jr JAMES B CAMP THOMAS J GARVEY For Alderman t For Alderman For Councilman 1IAMXWKKX If you are racking your brain for some clever and original idea for your Halloween party you will do well to read the following You will find them just full of helpful sug gestions A Jolly stunt is trying to kiss the Halloween Blarney stone For this a large white stone Is placed on a table and the guests told that the fairies had placed a spell upon it anti any one who succeeded Ip kiss Ing it while blindfolded would be ever after jolly and amiable Another thing Is to arrange three bowlsone water one of coffee and one of tea The water signifies that the blindfolded person dipping a finger Into it Is to be married within a year coffee means being widowed and tea an old maid or bachelorA game for Halloween xigI seeking for fortune Hide a wedding ring a purse and button in different parts of the room The one who finds the ring will be happily mar nod the one who finds the purse will be immensely rich and tha one who finds the buiton will be doomed to single blessedness for life Another game is to arrange a looping glass and hang near a draped doorWay A man wearing a mask should be concealed behind the drapery Lower all the lights In the room take a candle and go before the glass gazd Into It outing an applo Tradition says that your future husband will peer Into the glass over your shoulder The masked man should glide from be hind the door and peer over the shoulder of the lady just at the right moment This wilt occasion much merriment and result in a great surprise for the Ifcdy VESTITIQN OF POSTULANTS 1ke restition of three young men took Mdse Sunday afUrpopn In St- Ag iscbspMof the Sacred heart etr4JatJ1t rr road tl19 o oclock These postulants will now enter novitiate of one year and one day preparatory to taking up their theological studies The Rev Cletus Brady fatherrector ofI tho monastery officiated at tlie ceremony which was witnessed by many HOME FOR WOHIflXG GIRLS The Membership Committee ot the Catholic Womans Club of which Mrs J F Hlllerlchis Chair man announces that in a short while circulars will be sent out urging all who were at any time members ot the club to renew their membership They hope that those who get these circulars will receive them kindly and come forward and pay their dues promptly as this Is one of the means they have of meeting the expenses of the club The club has now on sale a hand some de luxe edition of its tenth anniversary souvenir book The Stranger in the City which em braces many splendid features the price of which Is only 1 FORTY HOURS For the coming week In this pity the Forty Hours prayer serv ices have been for St Philip Nerls churchFloyd arid Woodbine They will begin at the high mass tomorrow morning and cone to a solemn close Tuesday night Rev Father Ackermann the pastpr will be assisted bynum bora of the local clergy All jnein bers of the parish may make the Jubilee In connection with theso beautiful devotions OPENS MEAT SWORE Harry Alberts formerly located at Seventeenth and Market and widely Xaown throughout the West End has Vmturfdln business for him eUlhlswttek he opened a meat etore at lElgkteentb and Bank streets wfeftre he IB fully prepared tol Mrr the iwanti ot the people ft that loatt1ty- w iAA THE CONFESSION r The Confession by James Hulleck Reid which enjoyed a suc ceasful run at the Broadway Bijou Theater New York City for six months and playing two successful seasons en tour will be seen at the Gayety Theater next week under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians All friends of the order are urged to secure their tickets from members or front Thomas Keenan Kaufman Straus Doherty Me Elliott Selborz drug store at Sixth and Oak and Gathofs grocery at Twentyfourth and Broadway The Confession dares to tell the truth and In Its telling unfurls a dramatic story of power strength and literary merit It uses for Its theme a vital subject A priests duty to als church versus his duty to the State In fact It Is a story that runs the gamut ot every human emotion and yet there is not a line that would offend tho most sensitive No more absorbing tragedy has ever been con ceived no greater stage picture and lesson ever presented This epoch of Christianity provides material for unlikeIaConfession will live for Its theme and purpose it is too great to die truth chn not die right must conquer might Mr Reid is firm in his belief that a muchtabused public will welcomea play with real life Inter est not depending on the llewd the sensational or vulgar for Us success but rather upon truth which from time began has always been stronger than might Matinees will be glvpn Tuesday Thursday and Saturday HONOR CATHOLIC JUDGE Judge H Ii Fernedlng of Dayton a German Catholic has been honored by the twenty tUr Judges of the Eighth Judicial dtetrict of Okloby being elated the flrit Ch1 fJlUltIe8 of the sew Court of Appease j1IHB AbUSHED N i III INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons Red Goose School Shoes The Finest and Best For Children Sold Here Exclusively in Louisville Red Goose Shoes For Misses and Children Made up In patent leather gun metalI and vici kid priced according Sizes812 to 11 palrS17rSi-zes 11 12t02 palr200Sizes 2 12 to 5 12 pairS260 Second FloorT Bacon Sons 1izd++S +os+34 +1 1 I WEARING It is not makes them choice of good dressers They long the fashion Jleaders of metropolitan dis tricts and today acknowledged as footwear FITTERS I TO M1 SANND- NPres A Mgr There maybe different makes shoes there may be higherpriced shoes for children but none to be compared with the Red Goose School Shoes the first place they are solid leather throughout secondly they are signed so as to allow growing feet sufficient space for proper developement thirdly every pair is guaranteed to give entire sat isfaction Red Shoes For Boys and Little Gents Lace or button style In gun and patent leather priced according to size S17bsizesSizes 212 to 6j pair S250 Second Floor J Bacon Sous + 3 ++++ t h+ +++++ You Always Get the Right Quality Strength and Flavor in MULLOYS COFFEE Fresh From the Roaster to YU Ask For Our Special Blend at Pound 25c Better Than any30c Coffees JOHN MULLOYl1 18 Home Pbon 1333 sDlsa W MARKET STREET II I IYOJJ WILLFINDTHESJYLE LEADERSTHIS SEASONI accident which the have been the are Americas best SHOE THE FAMILY of are In de Goose metal + iF M YOLZ MICHAEL 336 WestI M J CUSICKTAILOR Located in Stark Building Room 211 Second Floor Suits from 30 upYour patronage solicited KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING dMast 321 Jaftsrss Louftrllit LADIESYOUR FELT BEAVER AND VELOUR HATS Bring last seasons to us and have them cleaned dyed and reshaped in the latest Fall styles Twentyfive new shapes to select from Ostrich Feathers cleaned and curled FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS 713 West Jefferson Street North Side P BANNOH JR VlcePres and Treat I Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and rlh TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252t RagtimerooitinJ tItiIOto 201wrr Write for booklet L FO 0N2822 W It Shy U4 r P L ISecretary PIANO PLAYING IES11MQMP