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L r 1 PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Stcend and Brecklnrldje VOLUME XXXINO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 CENTS i itLP- h nail State Lose n Bril tart Educator and Noted Disciplinarian A JKev David C Fcnncssy C It t Goes to Ills Heavenly Iteward Under Ills Guidance St Marys College Acquired National Reputation NAtVE OF THE EMERALD ISLE Rev David Fennessy C II one of the most brilliant scholars In Ken tucky and the greatest disciplinarian of the South In his days died at St Vincents Institution of the Daugh ters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul In St Louis Ho breathed his last Wednesday afternoon October 22 In his death the Congregation of the Resurrection loses not only one of He most faithful servants the diocese of Louisville one of its most ex emplary priests and the State one of Its most eminent citizens but the community church and State lose a man through whose cooperation they have all nourished In his fields of labor He truly was a most distinguished scholar a most zealous priest and yet most humble servant of God He was President of St Marys College for twentyfive years and the fruits of his labors have not only been enjoyed In the past but will be enjoyed for generations to ccme Father Fennessy was born at Clommel County Tlpperary Ire lond on All Saints day 1841 Born on the sod where the blood of martyrs was spilled for many years and whore the faith was preserved under most trying circumstances he added to the fame of Tlpperary which Is known for the many Bishops and priests it produced by becoming a priest of God himself He was the youngest of ten children While quite young the family migrated to Guelph Canada where ho received his early education In the grammar school of that place In his sixteenth year heattended ri Mlchaela Col leg atToront vIeing gifted with- a wonderful mind and learning to know to love and to serve God from his early boyhood he decided that the holy priesthood was his voca tion and resolved to dedicate his life to God Consequently he entered the Grand Seminary Montreal where ho prepared himself for the priesthood In 1865 he applied for admission to the Congregation of the Res urrection at St Agatha and was ad mitted by the Very Rev Jerome Kajslewlcz C R Superior General- o the order On April 29 1867 he reached the goal of his ambition when he was ordained l priest of God at St Agatha The following two years he taught at St Jeromes College In Berlin From 1869 to 1271 ho made his novitiate at Rome Italy taking the final vows of the order on March 16 1871 In the fall of 1873 his enviable record began when he was elected President of St Marys College at St Mary Ky The year previous to that he held the office of Vice Presi i dent being the first Vice President of the college after the Congregation- o Resurrection assumed charge The college had been closed on account of financial embarrassment and tho buildings had been rented to a far mer Since the Jesuits failed to re establish it after the civil war was over It looked as though St Marys would never be a place of learning again But It was not Iqng before this opinion lost Us weight And that St Marys Is a college today and one of the leading Catholic In stitutions In the South is due chiefly to the labors of Father Fennessy When we consider the condition the college was in when the community assumed charge and the times In which It was started to be rebuilt one can not help but conclude that the occasion required the services of a mana man In whom tho elements were so mixed that all tho world might stand up and say this was a manand such a man Father Fennessy proved to be With the many repairs to be made and the ravages of war to contend with he labored from day to day Thesei obstacles did not dismay him in thei least but only served to bring out the sterling qualities of manhoodI that he possessed Within a short time after he was elected President the college began to flourish as it did before the civil war In truth ho was the founder of a second St Marysthe St Marys that is known the nation over the St Marys whoses sons are found In all walks of life The names of Father Byrne the founder of St Marys and Father Fennessy shall eves be connected with the history of St Marys Andl strange to relate the remains of the two priests the two founders the two builders the two servants of God who have entered their final1 resting plico tp enjoy the fruits of their labors Iti life eternall lay side by aide In the college cemetery To serve his fellow men to alleviate their wants to enlighten them on r any subject especially those pertain I ing to our last end to see thee sor rdwlh hearVln short to follow In the footsteps of our Lord was the noumatter what Muwlflp It may have cost him no matter what worldly S KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 19131PRICEFIVEhonor he may llavo lost by so doing and no matter what pleasure ho had to forego Like a child who obeys hlfi parents ho obeyed the call df the Almighty on every occasion The remains of Father Fennessv were brought from St Louis to St Marys College where the funeral services were held on Monday morn Ing October 27 Long before the time set for the services many had arrived from far and near to view the remains of the beloved priest for the last time The services were very impressive Very Rev John Kasprzcyckl Superior General of the Congregation of the Resurrection oi Rome Italy was celebrant of the solemn funeral mass Very Rev Theo Spetz C R of Berlin Can ada and Very Rev John Kaslnskl C R of Chicago 111 acted as deacon and subdeacon respectively HevC P Raffo of Louisville was master of ceremonies The Gregor Inn chant peculiar to a requiem mass was intoned by the clergy and tho choir Very Rev Joseph Hogarty of Lebanon delivered the funeral dis course He paid an eloquent tribute to the memory of the deceased and gave a beautiful account of his life work The death of a good priest was the subject of his sermon In the course of which he portrayed the sterling character of the deceased Front the chapel the funeral pro ceeded to the college cemetery where the remains were Interred In their final resting place The procession to the cemetery was made up of clergy alumni students and visitors from the neighborhood The scene was most touching as his remains wore being lowered In the grave many being unable to refrain from shedding tears The pallbearers were Very Rev Thomas Hayes of fowling Green Rev J J Pike of St Marys Rev Thomas White Rev Patrick Walsh Rev John CO Connor and Rev Robert Craney Other priests attending the funeral were Rev W B Dawklns 0 P Springfield Rev W P Hogarty New Haven Rev J E Kernan Rev E M Bachmann and Rev John Kalaher Louisville Rev W J Howlett Loretto Very Rev J Kos hiskl C R Rev A Spetz Rev Thad LIgman Chicago Very Rev T Spetz C H Berlin Canada Rev 0 B Clarendon Little Rock Ark Very Rev J C OConnell Bardstown Rev Robert McDonald Calvary Rev W D Pike Fairfield Rev Osmund Wlesneth 0 S n Danville Rev Nicholas Ryan and Rev Brother James Louisville Rev Mother Praxedes of Loretto Academy and Rev Mother Aquin of St Catherines Academy Spring Held both accompanied by several members of their respective com munities represented their InBtltu tfonsrat the fanerai aThaadecensed- frequently visited both academies where his spiritual advise and In formation on points of doctrine was often sought as he was well versed lr the latter The Sisters arc among the many who greatly mourn his loss A large number of the alumni or St Marys College mostly former students of Father Fennessy were also present Other visitors from distant parts wore Richard Fennessy of Columbus Ohio brother of Clue deceased and Miss Grace Fennessy his nelce Right Rev P J Mul doon Bishop of Rockford 111 and Right Rev J B Morris Bishop of Little Rock Ark both former pupils of Father Fennessy were un able to attend his obsequies owing to their presence at the congress held In Boston The college chapel was taxed to Its utmost capacity by the many visitors from the neighborhood FLAG FOR TENT During tho recent Calvary Camp of Instruction near Winchester Va Rev George J Waring Chap lain of the Eleventh Calvary requested the adoption of a flag for Chaplains tent in the field for the reason that It la difficult to dis tinguish the chapel when troops are massed together as they must be In large encampments Father Waring states that even officers th13yithey were being held and soldiers want to speak to the Chap lain on private business they do not like to inquire for hilt tent from their fellow soldiers for fear of ridicule The flag will be three by two feet with a blue field and white Latin or Greek cross and its adoption was recommended by his superior officers and approved by order of the Secretary of War CHORISTERS LOSt DIRECTOR The Chicago Paullst Choristers are to lose their founder and director the Rev William J Finn C 8 P of St Marys church who leaves Chicago In December to found a training school of church music In St Louis A fund of 200000 will bo required to found the school and- S will be raised by Individual con ti buttons Father Finn has the aIproval of his superior to begin the work which will be under the auspices of the Paullst Fathers and started In St Louis by request ef Archbishop Glennon Father Finns choir of boys has made an International reputation for GJilcago being the first choir of Americans to make a concert tour of Europe and the winners of the first prize at the international music fete hiParleInWhich 497 choirs from all over Europe competed including the famous Sheffield choir of England GATHOLTQ INCREASE The total number of pupils regis tered In th Cfttholie schools of Sty Paull ndMhnMoUaon the first of October was 14376 an increase of 1630 over that of last year on the same date t I fUTONS R8 HELPING 1 ORANGEMEN 1 J 4 0 Must Accept the Governments Decree and Also the Irish Pnrllnincnt I t Asqultli Will Not Consider Plan That Would Bar Irish Unity British Empire Is to Prove TrueI With Its Home Mule IProiulsc IRELAND MUST HAVE FREEDOM Premier ABquIth straight from the recent meetings of the British Cabinet gave to the country Satur day night the eagerly awaited decision of the Government on tho frjsh problem which recently has become befogged by various pro posals for conferences of the political parties and by divergent utterances of the members of the Cabinet Premier Asquith came out emphatically against the suggested for mal roundtable conference but betrayed a leaning toward a com promise on the lines suggested by the First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Spencer Churchill namely leaving the northeast corner of Ulster to remain under the Imperial Parliament for a limited period The Premier Intimated that theta must not be dir Insuperable barrier erected which might permanently sbverthe unity of Ireland or might prevent the Protestant minority from ultimately throwing in their lot with tho rest of their fellow countrymen but the speech Is taken to Indjctae that If the exclusion of Ulster was the only means of a settlement T y consent he would pe prepared to agrde to that temporary arrangementAnxious he showed himself to be for a friendly settlement the Premier unhesitatingly announced his decision to establish a Parlla ment in Ireland In accordance with his promise and also if the opposi tion declined his suggested adJust- ment of the Ulster problem to use the armed forces of the nation In carrying the law Into effect There IE no scheme for the adjustment of the problem of Ulster which the Government would not consider but It the statutes passed by Parliament are met by organized arid armed re sistance It would clearly by the duty of the executive according to the Premier to asser the authority of the law by every appropriate and adequate measure Premier AqulthJtdmlttad It was the duty of the Government to deal respectfully with the deep seated and genuine sentiment of the minor- Ity in Ireland even though It be lievtd thnt apprehension was rroundlMK There ara two reasons the Premier saidffor a settlement by 4- f II tconsent The first of these Is that I It Is of suprntrle Importance for the i w system t fKi ornmrent not to strtafiviJ lrl1u aml one section andt t tn filiation of another The secondgfis that the settlement should bejfegarded by all parties as testing on a solid foundation without the risk of further parliamentary and electoral vicissitudesIreland has for too long been the cockpit of British politics said the Premier The proposal for a conference of party leaders Is not helpful as without an agreed basis of discussion and defined limits It would be certainly abortive Moreover there Is no heed for till the machinery of such a conference If there was a general disposition to exchange views and suggestions rand my colleagues are perfectly ready to participate subject to cer tain simple governing considera tions namely that nolhlng must Interfere with the establishment In Dublin of subordinate Irish Legis lature with an executive responsible to It That Is the root principle of the bill from which the Cabinet can not depart In the second place nothing mutt be done to erect a permanent anti Insuperable barrier In the way of Irish unity One thing is certaintho Gov ernment Is not going to be false to the trust the majority of the Irish has reposed in It It IIs not going to betray their cause which carries with It the best and only enduring prospects of a happy and prosperous future for Ireland SUFFERS DEATH STROKE John C Flynn a pioneer resident of this city died at his home 822 Cawthon street Monday morning the result of a fall while in a shed In the rear of the premises He was found Insensible and expired before he could be taken Into the house Mr Flynn who was eightyfive years old was born In Ireland but came to Louisville sixtythree years ago and until his retirement because of the infirmities of old ago was em ployed as a machinist by the L and N Railroad Company One of the oldest members of St Louis Ber trands congregation ho was an active member of Division 4 A 0 H and was Held in high esteem by all who knew him Besides his aged wife he leaves five sons one of whom John J Flynn Is Master Mechanic In the South Louisville shops The were held Wednesday morning attended by many relatives and oldtime friends and acquaintances REFURNISHING HALL At the meeting of Division 4 A O- Hon Monday evening in Bertrand hall President john Ht Hennessy announced that the Hall Committee were making preparations to refur nish and decorate the hall through out and that the members would be given a pleasant surprise when they attend the next meeting Prayers were offered for the soul of John J Flynn one of the divisions oldest Thomu1JIwereappointedttion JamjM MeTlghe of thEm erald Hibernian Social Club reported that the series of dances were becoming more popular and showed Increased attendant 1o I NOVMBtRI i 4Jfl f Ushered In Ky the Feasts Fox All Saints and All Souls Was Instituted by Pope Greg ory Early in the Seventh Century j Holy and Wholesome Thought to Pray For Oiii Departed Friends MANy WILL VISIT CEMETERIES I The feast of AH Saints celebrated by the church today dates groin the year 731 when Pope Gregory III consecrated a chapel In St Peters In honor of all the saints previous to this and leading up to the institution of the feast the famous Pantheon of Rome bunt by Marcus Agrlppa In honor of Augustus vic toryat Adium1 and called the abode of all the gods either because the statues of Mars and several other gods were placed in It or because Its figure an Immense dome repre sented the heavens was dedicated by Boniface IV to the Blessed Virgin Mary and the martyrs the day be ing commemorated each year ort May 13 for some years As tho name indicates the church on this festival honors all the blessed in heaven She gives thanks to God for the graces bestowed on them she Incites us to the Imitation of the virtues of so many men and women of every age rank arid condi tion that each of us can I find one life peculiarly adapted to the proper guidance of his own she implores the Divine mercy through this in numerable multitude as St John calls It of powerful Intercessors she strives to repair any neglect In the honor duo to God through his saints on their particular festivals and she glorifies Him to the saints unknown to us or for whom no set day has been appointed The day following is that of All1 Souls In which the church turns to those suffering In the flames of purgatory and pleads for their release I before the Divine tribunal Jt is a holy and wholesome thought to pray for the dead that they may be loosed from their sins This year the Feast of All Souls falling oh Sunday wlll be generally ob served on Monday although many will tomorrow visit the cemeteries and there offer prayers for their dead Tomorrow at St Michaels cemetery however ImprewSlye serv Ics for the dead will be held by our German Catholic brethren who always observe the Feast of All Souls qn Sunday Tie Impressive care monies here will be directed by the BonifacechurchThe greatest tiibtitli ofJ vewecan pay to our deceased parentsi I x relatives and friends is to pray for them and to have offered up In their memory the poly sacrifice of the mass November is the month which the church devotes to the holy souls Those desiring to remember their dead can not do better than to send an offqrlng to their respective pastors whose prayers will ascend to heaven for the release of those now suffering temporary punish ment Masses are also gratefully said by tho missionaries for all benefac toro and the faithful children of the missions are also Instructed to pray for the Intention of their distant friends The Society for the Propagation of the Faith Is fully empowered by the Holy See to re ceive and distribute funds A pious custom Is to enroll deceased persons as perpetual special or ordinary members of the society and they re bytheSISTER MART THOMAS Wednesday morning in the chapell of the Sisters of Mercy 1172 East Broadway was celebrated the fu neral mass of Sister Mary Thomas Sheridan whose death occurred sud Maryhadwhen she was stricken with heart disease while preparing to attend her Sunday duties The late Sister had been a number of the Sisters of Mercy for over twentyfive years all of which time had been spent as- a teacher In the Mercy Convent In this city Esteemed by her com munity and beloved by her pupils Sister Mary will have many a prayer offered for the repose of her soul by those who knew her worth Her family name was Sheridan the late Father John Sheridan of Holy Cross church being her brother She Is survived by one brother Anthony J Sheridan freight superintendent of the Louisville Nashville railroad to whom Is extended sincere sympathy and the prayer that the soul of the good religious may enjoy in heaven the reward of her unselfish life ST WILLIAMS The masses on Saturday November 1 the feast of All Saints at St Williams Thirteenth and Oak will be at 515 and 830 a in Tile an nual memorial sermon treating of the Catholic doctrine of purgatory and the power of Intercessory prayer will be preached on Sunday November 2 at the 8 oclock serv ices in the evening Monday morn Ing the mass for all the faithful doparted will be at 9 oclock Wednesday November 5 the bi weekly euchre and lotto will take place at 8 p ni In hall hWGlJI224mVes Oalc stre diversions lire so uniformly attractive that quite a patronage Is developing Rehearsals for the play The Real Thing to be given November 13 and 14 are progressing nicely hev George M Connor i pastor of St Williams and under his en ergetic leadership the congregation Is making most satisfactory progress GREETINGS FOR CARDINAL Telegrams of greeting were ex changed Saturday between tho Protestant Episcopal convention which closed Its sessions In New York and Cardinal OConnell The Rev Henry Anstice Secretary of the House of Deputies telegraphed to the CardinalThe convention of the Protestant Episcopal church sends greetings and asks the guidance of God and the Holy Ghost In your efforts to spread the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ To this the Cardinal replied- I am deeply touched by tile cor dial message of the General conven tion and beg to express my heartfelt desire for the speedy union of all Gods church under the universal rule of our Lord Jesus Christ- CULTENBARNES Ar courtship that started early this year In the office of the Seelbach Hotel culminated In the marriage on Monday evening of William W Cullen Jr and Miss Rose May pertormed church by the Rev Father William Gausepohl The young couple tried to keep their marriage secret but their friends were onaud ten dered them a wedding supper before their departure on a honeymoon trip Mrs Cullen is the daughter of William Barnes 613 Caldwell street and Is an accomplished and popular young lady The groom Is a native of Birmingham Ala but for five years has presided over a desk at the Seelbach DELEGATE TO CONGRESS Hon Samuel L Robertson who will represent Louisville In the next Kentucky State Senate wasslg nally honored this week by Gov Mc Creary who appointed him a dele gate front Kentucky to the National Rivers and Harbors Congress which meets at Washington D C on De comber 3 4 and 5 These appoint ments have been highly prized and much soUght after and coming unsolicited the honor Is appreciated all the more by our next Senator Big Sam will attend the convention and at the same time continue his trip through the East as a rest after his campaign for Senator and the entire Democratic ticket FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours prayer and ex position of the Blessed Sacrament will begin in Louisville tomorrow morning at tae high mass at St Charles Borronreo church Twenty seventh and Chestnut streets These beautiful and Impressive devotions wUl continue until Tuesday Ijj o WE DO- PRINTING r FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order ir I BIGOTRY IiCh- ief Asset of the AxtonPro- grcssiue Party In This Campaign Sentiments of Dr Webb and Dr Powell Will Have Good Effect Judge Matt ODoIiertys lUng- Ing Address Calls Forth Praise FANATICS ARE OUT IN THE COLD I With the close of the campaign next Tuesday the dawn of a pew and brighter era for Louisville is expected as the fairminded citizens of all creeds have effectively put a havebeencampaIgnforfor the defeat of certain candidates beUefTheand Dr E L Powell served to check lanternbrigade underhanded serve to create a better feallng not only at election time but all theyear around between men of all religions A strong reference to the efforts of Messrs Webb and Powell was made by Judge Matt ODoherty Hopkins part Of nothing has Louisville more reason to feel proud than of her ministers he said There have been In Louisville at all times men who would use sacred religion as a againstbrotherhave had bitter experience in that respect in the past and that element of miscreants is well represented in our community now They brought trouble upon us once before but thank God we have with us today such men as Dr Powell and Dr Webb who have said to those men that they must keep hands off They have gone further and have given beautiful expression to a great principle the Godgiven rlght Ube Df consclence Every roan has the unrestrainedl right of worshipping his Creator according to the dictates of his con science The fathers of this repub lic tried in most effective way to everyAmericanshall make no law toward the estab lishment of religion or against the free exercise thereof There never has been an adulterous union of Church and State In this country and there never will be We dont want it and no man or set of men could force It upon us No one Irrespective of his religious belief wants to force It upon us Where that kind of union has existed it has resulted in subjugation of Church to State It can safely be said that 85 per cent of Axtons strength comes from the A P A element many of whom are trying to hide their real feelings behind the subterfuge of the merger question etc others of that Ilk t being too Ignorant to even attempt a discussion of the merger or any other question and are satisfied to stand agape and listen to the mud gutter speeches of Reno and Ren nessen the two leading Progressive orators If unfortunately Axton and his misfit ticket were elected Louisville would be thrown behind twenty years In progress and we would have continual battles of religious strife but If that ticket is defeated decisively then this A P XJunlor Order element will be left out In the cold they having left the Republican party last year principally because of their opposi tion to Taft on account of his fair ness in religious matters and In tho future will be a nononlty In local political campaigns far which both the Democratic and Republican party should return fervent thanks As for the other small element of the Bull Moosers composed of sore head Democrats and Republicans 4 they will probably meet in conven tion next year with Jake Haager Labe Phelps Charley Byrne Hunter Ross Bill Owens Sam Owens Bill Baird Mel Lapallle Burton Vance and Matt Holt as leading delegates and nominate Old Man Grump or Curls the Crab for Congress The closing rally of the Demo cratic party will take place tonight In Court House square and IIt Is expected 20000 people will be present to sound the death knell of the Bull Moose party as far as Louisville ts concerned Dr John H Busch meyer Congressman Swager Sher ley Edward P Humphrey James P Edwards Clem Hugglns Thomas Walsh and others will deliver dresses from different poln1 tho square and the The son and Henry Clay sta expected to smile in the outpouring of I CHURCH FOR i Last Sunday for colored was dedlcat Bishop LIU Cyprianor o sourl clt highs t1J school bihfOMeh n i y I b 1 KENTUOKY XRliHAMERIOAN It J ra 11ce rnied to the Social aid Msrcl AdrascesHaeat et Irish Aaerlcaits sea Catlki I f MensOf6dallyInstitute and Catholic Knights of Am t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINGi CO Incorporated uYlleherr- f f iuisCRIPTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc I BaUr d it tllo L liYlIU foitttHct M S MdCIu t ndUhat IMSH A8IBRICAN 4W2I Wait Ones St AMrcwall CeesiiaUstUis to tk KINTVCKY tL 1 LOUISVILLE KySATURDAy NOVEMBER 11913tt Democratic TicKet I For Mayor John H Buschemoyer For Police Judge Samuel J BoldrIck For Prosecuting Attorney of Polly Court Harry W Robinson For Clerk of Police Court William E Holley For Bailiff of Police Court Edward D OConnor For Tax Kecclvcr Andrew M Sea For City Auditor William H Meffert For City Treasurer Adolph Schmltt For Park Commissioners John B Castleman Daniel F Murphy Louis SeelbachFor James B Camp John M Clifford J William Miller v Joseph Overberg Fred Schwenker R Guy Parker B J Campbell Jr Richard W Hutchison C W Schmltt Fred J Leezer James Treasy George B Coder For Councilmen W P Graves John Neuhauser Charles Manx William H Kara W R Ward Win H Boohor Jerome King Alvln Rosenberg B H Benson Thomas J Carve James Norton mob Whltty Mike Leone Edward J Parke Thos E LawrenceT J Morrow Jr D B Coleman Edward White Albert Steiger M J McDermott R P Thomas John P Grieb C J Finegan Thomas J Dolan For County Judge y Jarauol W Greeness k For County Attorney A Scobt Bullltt For County Clerk P S Ray For Sheriff Charles J Cronan For County Assessors George Schlegel For Coronert Ellis Duncan For County Surveyor J Russell Gaines For Jailer Charles C Foster For Ooanty Superintendent Orv111e J Stivers For State Senator Thirtysixth Senatorial District Charles H Knight- 21hSrtYeldlith Senatorial District Samuel L Robertson For Representative Fortyfourth Legislative District John Dresher Fortyfifth Legislative District George B Barrett Fortysixth Legislative District edam Spahnr Fortyseventh Legislative Dlstrlc William J Kuh- Fortyeighth Legislative District a 8 Mayzck OBrIeh Fortyninth Legislative District William A Perry Fiftieth Legislative DlstrlotW T McNally Flftynret Legislative District1 7dlllam Duffy For Magistrate First Magisterial District Rober O Dorsey Second Magisterial IDIstrIct Charles C Wheeler Third Magisterial District Henr E CrawfordFourth District Jo seph Muennlagboff Fifth Magisterial DittrlctFran T Dacher Sixth Magisterial District Be a SchulmanSeventh Magisterial District f T Sullivan Eighth iMaaglstjerlal District George W Berry For Constable First Magisterial District Gharle Osborn Second Magisterial District PU T German Jr rt Third Magisterial District J L WarrenFourth Magisterial District Jon Sander tth Magisterial District Will Steltenkamp Magisterial District L H agtsterlal District OBd terial OMstrlot = e of Onkdale east ighlapd Perk lit f Bgustlng oulnjll lerald In its villificatlon of every king connected with Louisville haa osulted in that sheet being given he cold shoulder by business men md subscribers alike Its dally tppeal to passion and prejudice 1Is nit the beginning of the end for this orelgn owned and foreign edits iheetVABOUT POLITICS The Kentucky Irish American heretofore has had little desire to ake part In political campaigns but luring the past two months matter were forced into such a condition iiat it was necessary io expose the dirty work that had been underI taken and Is still being carried onI That wo were right in our surmlsv Is proved by the utterances of Rev Dr Powell and Rev Dr Aqulll Webb whoso ringing words an ipproved by all true Christian men- U is really strange that som people in Louisville can not profit- by past experience AntiCatholic yang is not new in this city thougl tor a time the propagators thereof have been very quiet Now however they have broken out afresh They are not making much noise jut cowards that they pre under mndedly they are spreading tkeii rlrus In an endeavor to deters Catholic gentlemen who have beet lamed for office on some of the tickets This plan has been tried before with the result that Catholics lave entirely overlooked party and voted for men This will happen gain though we are free to say the plan Is intensely distasteful to those vho In conscience can not do other viseAt this time we do not care to mention any names We simplY leslre to utter a warning to the managers of the Progressive party if not too late that the question of eligion must be eliminated fron the campaign Because a man happens to be a Catholic Is no good reason for his not holding office phqfaqt 4ha some candidates are Catholics Is being discussed by iarrowmlnded bigots who are Incompetent to till any of the minor ifflces In the city or county gqvern Gent For their own good wo cal upon the Managers to silence these contemptible fellows and conduct their campaign on lines that wll appeal to all patriotic loyal citizens WHAT WE WANT The best Interests of the State ot IKentucky require that every vote should cast his ballot for a revlslo ot our tax laws at the coming else Ion The true meaning of the reposed constitutional amendmon vill result in equal and just taxation whereby rich and poor wit pay alike and not as now whei tho dog taxproducea more revenue han all the bonds In Kentucky Jnder the present system million that should pay revenue to the State escape but not so the horn 0 t real estate of the laboring lasses Here is the situation as 1It tow exists and for which a remedy Is soughtThe present law does not produce sufficient revenue ford the roper support of the State and local government in spite of the instantly Increasing tax rate It unjustly places nn undue portion ol the public burden on some classes of property and especially upon real estate while permitting other lasses of property entirely to escape ixation Its Inequalities have re tilted in driving out and keeping from the State a large amount of capital that Is needed In the dov lop tent of Its business It produces salon dishonesty and perjury encourages contempt for the law and lowers the moral standard of o uf people This is thp reason why Kentucky lags behind Its people are emlgrat Ing to other States and we have 000000 acres of unimproved farmlands Vote for the amendment and a change for the betker- PARTITION DISMISSED Only cheering news regarding the ilitical situation comes from England Und Ireland this week Lberels lad home raters are engaged in a widespread campaign and the Irish members address crowded and en usiaetle meetings every night At Iat COO Irish meetings will be held la England pad Scotland before the trhtmas holidays And while they ares trill active the Tories and angamen have to confess that it laI ONblefoz taefe to pork up any f Uut fMUafi enfant lioasq rule r- rr I r 1 1 nd besides there hay come a slgnlf ant lull in the Ulster campaign As expressed by the Hon T P Connor member of Parliament for iverp ol it is increasingly ovldet lat English Tories are now ready or any deal which will save their ice but the separation of the four Aster counties which was the price fisted a fortnight ago by the Tories sr acceptance of homo rule wl1l avo to bo abandoned in the face If the fierce cry of resentment gainst the proposal not merely from risk Nationalists but from southei Unionists Indeed the partition of reload may now be dismissed as a osslble solution FFBXSIVK AND UNTRUTIIFU I During the campaign njw closing such that has teen offensive and rotesquely untruthful has been ubllshed in the Herald columns The arbors are persons whose opinions re not worth a moments notice and tierefore for the present wo refrain rom making their identity known set some of the good but red looded people to whom they iso njustly referred should be tempted o give them the chastisement the 10 richly deoerve Meantime they hould reflect upon the contemptible osltlon they occupy as the wllUul nd deliberate defamers of a city and eople from whom theystrangers of nknown character and antecedents derive an easy livelihood HARD TIMES GOOD On allsides ono hears of hard limes which bring forth some very loughtful and timely expressions An this is a good thing some cn lend and the nation Is fortunat9 which from time to time learns the isson of economy from necessity lhe best teacher of alt In Germar one hears of retrenchment Englai Isi spending carefully and the exI avagant regime of King Edward nas given way to sensible and cau lIous expenditures America ha similar reports As the indlvldu must learn selfcontrol and thrift iso must the nation Money was never Iven to a nation or a person for purelY selfish enjoyment and in a tysterlous way It seems to desert those possessors who regard It as 1 personal privilege No worry Is so difficult to bear as financial worry It seems that every ono has worries of this sort Even the very rich have the same difficulties In keeping up their posltlons as the debt ridden clerks By exercising Judgment and resistance one can escape all these woes and live within ones Income but people carelessly continue borrowing from Peter to pay Paul and rally the day of reckoning come People never sympathize with those rho reach the end ofthe financial tether unless these results have been Bused by unpreventable misfortune I t Is a hard lesson but a good one Progressives last shift To curse erybody and everything- TIICELY PAMPHLET A very timely and convlncli g pamphlet entitled Catholic Priests Hstingulshed Prptestants Have Known has just been published by the Central Bureau of the Central rerein It consists of a collectloI of tributes to members of the Call ollc priesthood given by famous menI ot other faiths ranging from tlllJI eulogy of Thomas Carlyle on Abbot Samson of Medieval England 1 toI Theodore Roosevelts complimentary reference to Father Curran 01t wentiqth century America and 1In hiding among others trio exprei Ions of praise that the lives andI deeds of Bishop Baraga Father De Smet and Father Damlen bat evoked At the present time whe uch a wave of bigotry and column directed particularly against the priesthood is sweeping over this Unary this pamphlet supplies 0 very urgent need It has been written In such a way as to prove i01t value in combating rampant bigots I SSECOND CATHOLIC GOVERNOR Gov Glynn wll be the first Catli Ic Governor of New York State since 1682when the great politics I genius Thomas Dongan was aj ointed the first Colonial Governor Senator Kernan a Catholic ran tor Governor in 1872 but was defeats t by Gov Dlx Thomas Dongan waliI a veritable constructive statesman Hes culled New Yorks first legislative assembly In 1683 art3 was itsI guiding light passing The Charter Oft Liberties making the assembly a body coequal to but Independent of the English Parliament pro claimed religious liberty and elec tlon by a majority of votes and to- him I with historical accuracy can be assigned the honor of American constitutional government many of hose enactments afterward became part of our Federal law and event unUy England after the war of 1776 made them a part of her pollc toward her colonies and they are reality thp framework of the- present Government of Canada am strolls It Is worthy of noticeI that ho first Incorporated into Nev York the law No taxation without representation which event illy became the slogan of the patrIots of 177G- lATRIOTIO CHARITY Cataollti army veterans who die Cnnlle in Kalamazoo bitch wit be given a burial just as good as- theone who dies amid plenty The dlrectorlot St Augustines church bavedecldet1to lay put a plot la thi Catholic cemetery there and give to iy vet raa wio May die wlthou mtans A funeral fitting a man who- cU Mrrad air country1 The ehurcl H bear tfy entire coat of burjal U I ONE DOLLAR month keeps j you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sickness or accident Can you afford to be without this tection proII SOCIETY JMiss Helen Nieman of Portland left Monday to sepnd several weeka In Princeton Ind Mrs Edgar McMahon was last week the guest of Mrs CharleG Sauer at Lagrange Mrs John Egan who visited her brother Julius Wille has returned to Water Valley Miss Miss Mary Curley spent the past week in Central City visiting band Mrs E P Molloy Miss Louise Dant has been visit- Ing the Misses 3Iamio and Jessie Wheeler at Bardstown Louisville people in New York Ull past week were Henry Schwelte and wife and J J Shelley Charles J OConnor and wife were among the sojourners at West Baden Springs during the past week The Misses Keating South Louis ville had as guests the past wcek Mrs 11 Crawley and Miss Mary Foley of Frankfort Joe Neal and wife of the Higl landsl are home from a visit 1to Mrs Neals sister Miss Katherl Welch In Lexington Miss Aline Clifford South Twei tyfirst street spent a please week at Elizabcthtown the guest of Mrs J R Neighbors Mrs L J Welser who was here visiting hot brother Thomas Mooney returned last week to her home at Columbus Ind Joseph A Hines who was injury In a baseball game on September 14 has recovered sufficiently to b9 shout and is back at work Mr and Mrs Dennis Lally entertained the LallyWlllett bridal party at a sumptuous dinner Wednesday at their home in the Highlands Sheriff Al Emler and wife will I be vith their daughter Mrs Ernest lH Newman on Everett avenue unUJ heir departure for a tour of Europ Mss Annie Wentzell of Portland left Monday for St Louis to attend the marriage of her brother Georg Wentzell and Miss Elizabeth Meyer Frank Snlpp and bride who wns Miss Minnie Bokelman have re turned from their wedding trip and are at home at 2902 Montgomery street The Denver Catholic notes the de narrate tor homc of lIsslIarleMaloney who has bees spending the summer at the home of her uncl George Pope Miss Martha Kearns has returned to her home in Covington after spending two weeks with her sister Mrs P F Goss 1268 Vinconne street New Albany Miss Mary McCann who underwent a successful operation at sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital is no at her home 1707 West Broadway almost fully recovered from her illness Miss Marie OBrien and broths Edwin OBrien who spent the our mer in Europe arrived home this week They have been kept busy receiving friends who called to we come them home Joseph Meyer who was marrla last week at St Josephs Hill Ind has brought his bride to this city where they will make their home Mrs Meyer was Miss Gertrude Bowe the daughter of Benjaml Dowe- John Connors and bride who was Miss Catherine Silk who have been I spending their honeymoon inPenst cola and Florida will return tomoi row after which they will be at home to their friends at 2106 West Market street Mr and Mrs James H Corbel 916 East Market street New Alban have announced the engagement oJf their daughter Miss Anna May Coi belt to Wilmot C Palmer of S Louis The marriage will be sol omnlzed the latter part of Novem ber- t Mr and Mrs Garfield Sieber chaperoned the following to Green rjlle Ind to spend the week end Kisses Margaret Lee Collins Flor enc Hines iJary Helen Kelley Katherine ODea Elizabeth Solgel Gertrude Cambron Anna ODea and Katherine Lawler Tho marriage of Mlsd Loretta M Tltzglbbon and James F Hoye wll be solemnized at St Louis Bertram church next Wednesday Miss Nel Jeatrlco Fltzglbbon will be her sis erfl only attendant and Francs iltzgibbon twlll be best man Messrs Norman Murphy and George Fltz gibbon will act as ushers Boil bride and groom are well known ant their numerous friends hope theta unlow111 be blessed by a long ant happy life givenItor Miss Bertha Welsa by Miss Agnes Wellington on Monday evening The Wedding of blue Welae to Martin Weber will take place at Holy Cros hurch November 12 Those present were MISf Bertha Weiss Kath rlne Flynn Mayme King Marie Llnn man Etta ItfcAtee Berths Weber Mary Sohan Clara Dlscher iVIvlanMllJer Margaret King Cleo phus Oates Adelaide Wellingt n Mar Emma weber Blanche Layer let Harwbod Mary Mallon J4u elite UOllvsWtM Agnes r lllngton X rtaoiM Lawresee TRANSYLVANIA E N Canada GlnI Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building Villlams John Weiss George Funk Thomas Burke J McKIernan LoUs ossee Thomas SaVage F E Qua pan and Alice Miller The marriage of Miss Emma Dupuy and L Bertrand Rellly wUt take place next Tuesday evening iat 8i oclock In the St Louts Bertran church rectory with Miss Ella Dupuy a sister of the bride and Leo T Rellly a brother of the groom as attendants After the ceremony the young couple will leave for a bridal tour to Evansvllle Ind whore they will be the guests of band Mrs Samuel Boardman the groom being a nephew of Mrs Boardman who was Miss Hannah loljly a Louisville girl RECORD VERDICT Attorney J J Kavanagh repre icntlng Thomas OHearn received me of the largest monetary verdicts In local history on Wednesday morn- Ing In Judge Walter Lincolns court he jury bringing in a verdict again he Louisville Nashville railroad In favor of OHearn for 2500 Mr Kavanagh and his client are both busy receiving congratulations LIFES WOR1C ENDED Father Placldus Zarnek a well tnown Catholic missionary who for many years labored among tho icgroes of the South died at st ilarys Hospital in Evansville on Wednesday at the age of slxtyseve years He was born in Switzerland In 184C and came to this country when a youth He was ordained a prIest at St Melnrad In 1886 The remains were taken to St Melnrad1 for burial UNITY COUNCIL IOn account of the missions at Holy I Trinity and St Marys church In New Albany Unity Council Y M I w111 Told Its meetings on the second and fourth Tuesday nights instead of the list and third This progresslv ouncll will have quite a number of candidates for the coming Joint 1In- itiation to bo held in this city Unity In one of Indianas leading Catholic wing mans societies TAKES PRESroENTS PLACE Rev J C Cavanaugh President of Notre Dame University Is 10 speak In place of President Woodrow Wilson at the banquet of the Commercial Club at Kansas City on November 19 commemorating the commercial treaty between England and the United Stator The Kansi City Commercial Club is one of the largest organizations of its kind iIn the Middle Nest- bIARION CLUB DANOES The Marion Club composed of popular young men of the East Em announces the ripening of Its winter ones of reception dances the first ot which will be held next Frld y night at Trinity Y ii L Hall Baxter and Morton avenue Will Fox Joe Smith Will Wentzell and Paul Bowling will welcome the clubs friends and promise them an even- Ing of real enjoyment MISSION AT sir PETERS The Rev William Steinbach and Rev Henry Berne of the Redem torlst order will come from the Church of St Alphonsus St Louis and tomorrow open a two weeks mission In St Peters church Seventeenth and Garland The solemn observance otthe Constantine jubilee will be combined with the mission devotions which will Ibe tield during the first week In Ger nan and during the second InI English The Rev Edmund Knlsi loI the pastor of St Peters POSTPONED It was announced Thursday morn- Ing that the Halloween party which was to have been given Friday October 31 by the Sisters in chart of St Charles school Twenty seventh and Chestnut streets hasI been postponed until Tuesday November 4 Tho afternoon of that day will be devoted mainly to the school children and their intend and the evening will be specialize tor the older folks Refreshment of all sorts will be served ELSON COUNTY WEDDING Airs Victoria Howard of How rdstown last Saturday announced the engageemnt of her daughter Miss Leora to Joseph C Edelln of Springfield The wedding will take lace next Monday at Hodgenville jnd the ceremony will be performs by the Rev G A Varftroostenberghe Miss Howard is one of Nelsoi oiintys most beautiful young ladles and Is very pQpular The groom is a lion of J P Edelln of Springfield and is connected with the firm of Barber Pettus TWO NIGHTS FUN Trinity CouncllY M L w111enM ertaln Its friends with euchre torte and dancing next Wednesday ant Thursday The various commttteci reported everything ready at th meeting Monday night and with the hundreds of handsome prizea to be yarded It Is expected to make this fair the greatest of Its kind ever beld in Louisville There will be fun and a good time for all whc rand RETURN OF EDITOR The steamship bearing the Rev 1 W Maher D D editor of the Catholic Advance homew rdbound- has her gangway up and ja plowing the billows with mighty prow The Doctor will reach Wichita on tbe- laetday of October and the jaded illlpusher who writes this item- for one will sure spread a silken lantle beneath hht feet Thats the way Father Maher sub exprewea hlmU after as1 experience of only few TBOllthB n- i f co I Grand Euchre and Lotto FOR THE BENEFIT OF St Aloysius ChurchtPewee Valley AT TRINITY Y M II HALL BAXTER AND MORTON Tuesday Afternoon and Night November 11 Gaines called at 230 andS oclock Many unique and valuable prizes to be awarded Country products a feature The holder of the lucky ticket will be awarded a No 145 O K Heating Stove Tickets 10 Cents Euchre or Lotto 15 Cents Extra Suits and- Overc6ats X16 Up 425 W JEFFERSON UPSTAIRS STORE I CHARLIE WHITEMOON THE COWBOY HERBAUST ORIGINATOR Of WHITEMOONS CHEYENNE REMEDIESI SOPE ROOTS HERBS GODS MEDICINES Coini oiimlc l according to the Original 8 Exclusive Formulas Recipes of ClmiIlo WhiteMoon The Cowboy Herbalist for the treatment of human illnicnls Endorsed fn the Hlble Thousands of Icstiinonlnls COMCELSAR the Great Body Tunic SCIENCE SOP tor the Human Skin Only Ask your druggist or write MRS CHARLIE WHITEMOON 3731 West Broadwaj Louisville Ky MARCH OP TIlE HOLY NAME Oh the delight of it Glory and might of itl March of the Holy Namemen iot true mold Speeding to greet their King Beating this offering Speech pure as silver or silence as gold League of the rovrent tongue Heroes both old and young While the bands play and the banners appear Proudly their ranks proclaim Praise to the Holy Name Praise to the Word Divine deathless sad dear Back to Inferno flee Foul speech and blasphemy Demons profane to your Hades depart Here Is no place for you Naught save disgrace for you Vanished by men of clean lips nd clean heart Victors of vice and wrong Gods grace bath madethem strong Wide bo their reign and triumphant their rule Vast be the multitude Soon to be soulsubdued Listen and trained In the Gre1t Captains school Hark to the tramp of them Holy the camp of them Happy the homes where their voices are heard Life shall bo blessd for them Death sweetest rest for them Glory to God to His Name and His Word Eleanor C Donnelly UMTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Sixtyfive new members were recently received into Maher Council at Mitchell S b Tho Knights of Oklahoma City have a band composed only of memo berg of the order Tomorrow flay candidates will receive the second and third degree at Lake Geneva Wis In Oswego N Y the Knights have taken over the work of the St Vincent de Paul Society Bishop Conaty has laid the cornerstone of the new 250000 home being built at Los Angeles Archbishop Moeller suggests that the six Cincinnati councils unite and erect a central headquarters Elaborate preparations hero been made for the installation of a new council at York Neb on November J9 There were 125 candidates In the class that received the fourth nt Cincinnati a number being trop Louisville Grand Knight W J Klapbeke will go to Elizabethtown and Install the recently elected officers there on No vember 19 The Knights of Bowling Greet had a banquet Wednesday night Dr J W OConnor of EJHzabethtown acted as toastmaster- On the occasion of the reception tendered Bishop Tihon on Tuesday by the Knights of Nebraska at Llh coin an interesting function was the conferring on Hon John P Suttoi of the degree and title of Knight of Sl Gregory the Great BACK ON DUTY Statlonkeeper John Kelly and Patrolmen Thomas Fitzgibbons Frank Nadorff Austin Nally P D Ridge Mike OHare William Cody James Gagen and Mike ONeal of thet local police force have allre urned from their annual vacation and are again making their posts WITTY RETORT A lady of great beauty and attrac ivenMfc who was an ardent admirer ot Ireland enee erowsed her praise of Jt at a party lrrlug arr r CASUALTY INSURANCE Home Phone City 3238 GAYETY THEATER Ono Week Commencing1 Sunday JKatlnM GREAT DIVORCE PLAY ButterflyI on the Wheel WITH THE GIFTED ELEANOR MONTELL- In the loading role of a drama that has proved the success of two continents Splendid scenic production and strong cast of character- slBICESSunday Matinee lOc 2Ec tie and boa Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Matinees 1000 seats at 2Ec Nlghti lOc 25c Bbc boa and 75c WALNUT ST THEATER IOc VAUDEVILLE AND tOe IFEATURE PHOTO PLAYS 1 to 51307 to 11 Vaudeville Bill changed Sunday and Thursday Photo Plays changed every day snot r oqr VIheMONl1T ALL- TNNasN t Volz Michael 336 West Market St When you buy Emer sons you know you are getting correct sty1 e s Furthermore they have that smart custom ap pearance which is found only in other shoes two costing times to fromII L M0 REICHERT FOR CLOTH GLASS OR ANY KIND OF SIGNSrr Artistic Decorations Etc Call Home Phone City 2905 CENTRAL FURNITURE GO i Incorporated N W Cer Third aid Green Sii We furnish the home com plate om easy payments WM CALLAIHAN Mir SUM Dot 50000 CATHOLIC CHILDREN are sow tending the Child Apostle It la a BOfitbly magarlno of twaaty lour pages of stories plctares etc last for the cblldrea It costs only tweatyflve testis a year leat your boy or girl worth havteg a little aiagazlae all their own Bead twefityfIve teats la cola or stampa for a years smbscrlpUoa or oak for a sample copy Address XIH CHILD APOSTUE 1188 McCormlck Dldg ChIcago HI I think I was meant for an Irish woman Madam rejoined a witty sea of Erin who happened to be present thousands would pack me In say 1 Ing that you were meant foran IrUama f a o r1 C IJ x rTmEEisr SH AM aXC tM HOME rHoNE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 I J J BARRETTS SONS I S22 FUNERAL AND Fst DIRECTORSII HHZJ Z Sol I zJ u 1101 II Jnl4 JoIII THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer I 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriage Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 +z++I1IIz +++ 2 H ICzIoIHI ++ DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PIIONES Climb Main 2998a Home City 2008 z I 1111111111 J II B I U I UU JIll OL- DFORTUNABOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COINOORPOUATKD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS 41111ItIIII11JIJllllli4JI IIIIIIIIIJI111 + FINE WINKS AL KOLB AGNESII 323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS JJIJJtIroJH 101 4H I 1III J o ++ 111111 1101 oooo DR J Te CHAWKf Veterinary t Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TeltpfewtsCoH S 299i Hose City 2399 jew e e aeo c+c t rrrirw 1 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I All the late and sew Styles and Shape placeCall HERRMANN BROS lniPOaTXRS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dbtlllew Whelewte Deal WI la lIlt Braids 9f Ken tiwky Wl1l1k1Npecl- alJyPearl of NelsonBOTTL1D IN KHfj6 r Tri rtMlM Iti SIXTH STUKT lr t 0- O i BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Rose- sUeleotropeEtc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pita MCs 2231- 4v lou b7s d1aetlei fiat will prsr its ter lets ST XAVIERS COtLECIE 1l W lrLwMMilW Xy cItet ueaep LrpertI L t HIBERNIANSI What They Have Been Doing the PactWeekOeneralNews Prompt returns shoulyl be made for tickets for Tho Confession Throughout the Far West the or der is securing a gratifying increase in membership Division 1 of Elkton the largest In South Dakota will initiate a big class November 8 Division 1 of Omaha has outgrown Its old quarters and has secured a spacious hall in tho Paxton block The Milwaukee Ladles Auxiliary inaugurated its social season last night with a harvest dance arid cinch partyWith its furnishings the Hiber nian building just dedicated at Rox bury Mass represents a cost of 2GO000 Division 4 of St Paul held an open meeting Monday night whoa Martin J Ryan delivered a lecture on Andrew Jackson Division 3 meets Monday night Tho session will bo not long delayed and therefore all members are expected to be present Miss Mary Murphy State Presi dent was greeted by a large gather ing last week when she visited the Ladies Auxiliary at Nashua N H Thero is now 2000 in tho fungi for the erection of a Hibernian building at Manchester N H A site U being sought in the center of the city Division 42 of New York City boasts of having the Presidents or Vice Presidents of ten of the Irish county organizations in its member shipDivision 2 of Sioux City has con tributed 100 to the home rule fund for Ireland Outside the order the members have raised about 200 moreThis week the Hibernians of Man chester N H have been conducting a pattrn in the Veterans Armory to swell the building fund started a ear ago- Division 1 will not meet Tuesday night Every member and his friends are looked for at tho compli mentary entertainment luncheon and lnce on November 18 The Hibernian Club recently organized by the energetic young mem bers in Denver has already become active in a social way and has nearly completed a programme of winter entertainmentsArrangements are being made by Division 1 of Portland Ore for the observance of Patriots day when tribute will be paid to the innumerable great men of the Irish race It will take plate on tho Allen Larkin and OBrien anniversary- All members of Division 2 should attend the meeting next Thursday night Tho committee arranging for the euchre and dance will make Its report Business of importance will be transacted and in Addition there are promised some agreeable feat ures Our Ladles Auxiliary meets Wednesday night at Falls City Hall The business will be of more than ordinary interest and it Is expected that the financial returns to bo reported will add much to the al ready well filled treasury Miss Nellie Nolan urges all the members to be present Omaha Hibernians will initiate a large class on Sunday November 9 They will receive holy communion in a body at the Church of tho Holy Angels in the morning and the In- Itiation ceremonies willii be graced by the presence of the Reverend State President Father Shine of Plattsmouth WALNUT THEATER Feature films and high class vaudeville continue to attract audi ences that fill the Walnutstreet Theater day and night The vaude ville acts are original and surpris ing and are presented by artists who rank in tho headline class DRAWING NEARER The Protestant Bishop of London preaching at the opening of the Church of England Congress at Southampton pleaded for the invo cation of the saints He urged that the practice of praylg to the saints for spiritual help should be restored to the Anglican establishment REBUKE WISELY You ought to be ashamed of yourself began an indignant Mother Superior on finding that the applicant for food vas under the influence of liquor Sister Intorupted the petitioner feed a man first and scold him after ward The advice was taken with good results No matter how hard It is to keep from saying harsh wordsand they are often well merltedthere is nothing to be gained by scolding any one not in condition to profit by reproof Tf some wives would remember this there would be much less unhappiness and misery and brawling In the home PARIS NOTES The use of dyed fur is becoming more general The two tired skirt is usually of lamp shade variety Brown and white is a much fa ored combination- A street dress of dark blue has a nasturtium velvet girdle There is a strong revival of em- plrestyles in evening gowns One of fashions latest caprices Is the jet robe for day wear Attractive are the odd coats of velour de lalne trimmed with fur Some of the newest tailored suits have loose jackets with belts at the hIp line Short platted tunics of white lace Or tulle appear on maay costumes 91 blaek satin Sleeve Jangths are greatly varied iveninsj eostumes have short cape ile YM with angel draperlw whlea leave the arm nneevered The dr iafternoon gowns hares long or tfarae quarts stoves j J n t SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice President Daniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu Ick Financial SecretaryJoseph Far rollTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArns Henry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keane- DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary DanIel OKeefe Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms L Cunning ham8enttnelThomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial SecretarYJohn J Hes Blpn Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far oilSentlnelM J McDermott y i I MAO1CIN COUNCIL 20E Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams ThornIJonSecond Vice PresidentJohn J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn RBarry Corresponding Secretary Harry f Klbbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank Eo Grat a SAVE YOUR TEETH A- NDMONEY I have decided tocontinue these special prices for this month FULL GOLD PLATE400II PORCELAIN CROWN 300 I DR FORESTNER I am the workfngnmns dentist Material and workmanship guaranteed Teeth examined free lIud wll1 tell you In advance just what your work will cost Have impression taken in the morning and get teeth same day DENTIST 458 SOUTH FOURUH ST OVER TAYLORS DRUG STORE NEAR WALNUT office hours S to 8 Sundays 0 to 1 Lady attendant ATTENDS BROTHERS FUNERAL Monday tho Rev Father Charles Curran pastor of Holy Trinity church In New Albany received the Bad neWs of the death of his brother James H Curran at Rochester N y Father Curran left at once to at tend the funeral The deceased brother was seventythree years old and was one of Rochesters most highly esteemed citizens- SUPPER SOCIAL The congregation of St Peters church Seventeenth and Garland will enjoy Its annual fall supper social on the evenings of November 18 19 and 20 and invite their friends from the other parishes Several entertaining features are being prepared for this event- AFTEUELEOTION EUCHRE The Young Mens Social Club will give a euchre and lotto next Wednesday evening In their club rooms 717 Oldham streets and are offering several nice prizes to the winners rhe club will receive election returns and keep open house on Tuesday evening BHEF CHILI Brown a few pieCes of round steak I Ina little suet add a shredded onion a chopped green pepper and a piece of red pepper sufficient to make it warm enough for the family taste Add a pint of tomatoes covey and simmer for a half hour season with salt when cooking Cetl piracy tf 1pit k hitttr than talon CoII tlc rt Li IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Evens Culled From Exchanges Lord De Freyno died recently at his residence Frenchpark County Roscommon Ho Was aged fifty eightHundreds of children and adults hove recejttly been engaged iIn filck ing blackberries along hedges and Itmeways In Donegal Dr PO Walsh for thirtytwo years medical officer of tine Castlerea Workhouse has resigned that post tion owing to illhealth The death has occurred at the ago of ninetyfive of Patrick Kane Dallyconnell Ho line long been a prominent figure in local affairs At the Baltlnglass Quarter Sos lions held recently County Court Judge Barry said thero WAS no crim inal business to go before the court St Colmans Catholic church Kilkcel regarded ad one of the finest Gothic churches in Ulster has just had added to it a very fino tcwerMrs Kato OReilly of Mohlll has worked for n great number of years at her trade as a shoemaker She is contractor to the Mohlll Workhouse and can turn out a shoo unaided from start to finish A young business man name Archibald Taggart of Aughnacloy was accidently shot in the leg while rabbit shooting He was taken to Monaghan Infirmary where it was found necessary to amputate tho leg At the Llstowel Petty Sessions two young men named Dan and Pat Moloney and two others named Gal vin and Stack charged by the Fishery Conservators with poisoning tho River Smerlagh at Ardldonlgan were dismissed At St Peters College Wexford the Most Rev Dr Brown ordained to the priesthood Rev William For tune Tullespark and Rev Stephen Barron Adamstown Father For tune has been appointed curate to Ballycanow County Woxford J Shanahan while engaged at the repairs of the roof of the Catholic church at Rosjcrea fell from tho platform at the top a distance of about forty feet and was badly in jured He was removed to the Ros crea Infirmary where ho succumbed to his injuries A verdict that death was duo to laceration of the brain caused by n motor car and through negligence on the part of the driver was re turned at an Inquest held at Gort Workhouse on Patrick Bradlqy a returned American who had only recently purchased a farm at Gort The body of Patrick Roche Tulllg was found on the railway between Devon road and Abbeyfeale He had a wound on the head and within ia few feet was a stone covered with blood It can not be ascertained whether the man fell from a train or was struck by an engine while walk lug on tho line Tho death occurred at the age of eighty of Alderman Richard Cronin a former Mayor of Cork City Ho was Identified with the public life of tho city on various boards for well over a quarter of a century and was for thirty years a member of the cor poration and in 1907 that body elected him to tho Mayoralty Peggy Devine aged 108 of County Mayo has served four generations in one familythe Fltzpatrlcks In a photograph just published she is shown with representatives of three generations she saw in the cradica daughter of her former mistress aged eightysix a grandson aged sixtynine and a great grandson aged twenty ENTERPRISE CLUB DANCE The Enterprise Club will give a euchre and lotto next Monday after noon and evening in St Charles Bor romeo school hall Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets and have se cured quite a collection of handsome prizes to bo distributed to the win ners The afternoon games will be gin promptly at 230 oclock and tho evening games at 8 CATHEDRAL NEAR COMPLETION Archbishop Glennon has made an nouncement that services in the new 2000000 St Louis Cathedral will probably be held shortly after Now Years as the interior arrangements by that time will be sufficiently completed He states that he has been authorized by the donor oi the 100000 main altar to pro ceed with Its erection at once and that he has let the contracts for the heating flooring lighting and pews He added however that he did not wish to rush matters and thereby Incur debt as so far he has paid cash for everything that has becnI done in the vast structure WELL TO KNOW When paint sticks toglass It can be removed with hot vinegar To remove fruit stains from the hands rqb thorn with the juice of a tomato For the hair add tho juice of a lemon to tho last rinsing water of a 1Egg1 removed by rubbing with ordinary table salt To prevent mustard from drying In the mustard pot add a little salt fhen making it To make glassware clear and sparkling add a little washing blue to the soapsuds when washing After filling a lamp with kerosena oUdampena cloth with Vinegar and rub the reservoir till quite dry This will prevent the lamp from sweatingWhen washing colored or pat terned materials 1n which the colors may run one teaspoonful ot blue black lak added to the tub of water will set the colors once and for all 3Equal parts of ammonia and tur pentine Will take paint put of cloth no matter how dry it may be Fresh paint ean be easily removed from wooUn fabrics by rubbing It between eke hand l4 r pI Y 1 FRANK FEHR BREWING CO INCOnPOKATED Brewers and Bo tlersILOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellentand Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE rt1 Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 oJTUEWIEDEMANNrNCORPO- aATEDBREWINGI COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellentflarw QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville K- yCLTBREWIN0FALLS COr-D INCORPORATED Broadway and TlirY First Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordtf a Case for Your Horns TELEPHONES Home 76717672 CumboWu 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E fRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVinLES KY IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER it SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY FOR A DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor go to WM F MAYER 413 W MARKET ST Special Notice to Altar Societies- W 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 thinking of purchasing the above soon It will pay you te look over our stock at once Judging from the past sales of theee laces we know you will be more than satisfied with our nice display We also carry a full line of materials and findings for making snd repairing vestments Write for Samples ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418 W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Goods FRED ERHART- ARCH ITECT NORTON BUILDING N W Corner Fourth and Jefferson HBOSSE SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers CS10 FDQHft AYBNU Tle a aaltt2 i J THE 2 FAVORITES n of Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL lQc Cig- arLITTLE A J SC Cigar The cigars without an equalln quality and flavor Homemade Uaonmd and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET MONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 20000 and d which we can give ata bargain Before purchasing please give HI a call at our warerooms 318329 West Green St Now MulctrCB THOMPSON 1L ORI8TA ONLY ONE STOREfRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENU71qBeth TlJlkhi IBM All orders receive prompt ettatleo- aid satisfaction guaranteed A Delightful Smoke PHONE CITY 2310 fOK i CLEOPATRA Ie M GONDOLAe ALD011E Kr I Erse0- F M rCt1ISa7 Y II2I a IERIOANi 34H441I + 11 I 1 11 11 + 1 01 + 10 I HERMAN STRAUS SONS g FvCOFPOOAl D MARKET SWEET 4 feUEtTn AYENnt a I WASflu600D 39c Flannel Skirting 25c Heavy Grade Wool Skirting Flannel 36 inches Wide In plain brown color only this flannel usually sells at 39c while limited quantity lasts per yard 25c 60c White Skirting Flan nels 48c Cream White Flannels with either embroidered scalloped edge or hemstitched edge These flannels are suitable for women and infants skirts usually sell at 60c special per yard 48c lOc Amoskeag Outings 8c Amoskeag Outing Flannel in a large variety of pretty stripes and checks these outings usually sell at lOc special per yard8c1- 5c Mercerized Fancy I Sateen lOc Your choice of a large assortment of Mercerized Sateens with neat printed quality and finish s regularm price is 15c special per yard 10c AND LINENS 125 Hemstitched Table cloths 98c Hemstitched Damask Tablecloths In both bleached and silver bleached In good selection of patterns values up to 125 special each 08c I 200 Scalloped Table cloths 159 Scalloped Edge and Pure Linen Tablecloths fin a good serviceable quality size 63x63 Inches These cloths are good values at 200 special each 150 125 Dinner Napkins 98c Damask Dinner Napkins size 20x20 inches hemmed ready for use in five neat designs usually sell at 125 i special per dozen 08e Barnsley Roller Crash 8 13c fcarnsley Roller Crash 18 inches wide in a good quality plain white or red borders special per yard813c + k iiWe Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates ii- ct tIt t I 1 z++ +o1i I 01 1 11 +q 0+ +++ 1 H 1 Jo I HloH I t II Hr TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAM Vanilla Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWN 2198 r THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPAN EIGHTEENTHAND BROADWAY tet10E1N aEliN aNONiN I EAT1- II MOTHERS BREADM- ade in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in tVeSouth F i 00lEitaN6 EDMA t For Your Furniture Want- sII WANT YOUR DE My stocks are the largest my pricestthe lowest and my terms the be- atOREENEI i i JAMESI 425 427 and 429 East Market Street I C III t I t II t 1 1111 1 III t I ++ 1 I 0111 + 1111 I 1 111 1 t 1 +++ 11 Z YYFF NOW THANyr I WHEN GAS STOVES Sld now can beco nnected now but fwhen bought in the rush season we can not tell just when we can get to your particular order LOUISVILLE GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY Y IOD IS Time For StovesFirst Thought Cold weather is coming Second Thought We need a Stove Third ThoughtGeher Son The best place to buy a Stove or Range is where the assortment is large and the prices are reason able Therefore it is to your own interest to call on the old and reliable firm of GKEHER SON215 W Market St Bet Second and Third DOUGHERTY LAMING COAL CO INCORPORATED FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE Now is the time to fill your tbal bin with oiir fresKlj rasiiwd Star Block Coall 42 PER CCOH 2000 WOUNDS Monte MOM sl1O1rCsralltia41i8ASrn Y t- p 4 DONT FAILi r TO VOTE 7FOR Tntl r I TAX AMENDMENT At THE NOVEMBER ELECTION PROMINENT DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES I M J MDERMOTTSAMCEL J DOLDRIrKEDWARD J PARKER For Councilman For Police Judge For Councilman o nc P T SULLIVAN RICHARD WHITTY GEORGE B BARRETT For Magistrate Seventh Magisterial For Councilman For Representative In LegislatureDistrict wFRANK DACHERSCHULMANMagistrate Sixth Magisterial DistrictDistrictMagistrate Fifth Magisterial District IRISH SOCIAL EVENT Division 2 of the Ancient Order ot Hibernians will hold a grand euchre and dance on Thursday night November 20 when Its members hope to have one of the best patronize and most enjoyable Irish sock events of the present season It will be held In their hall at Thirteen and Oak streets and If the u tiring efforts of the hustling Committee of Arrangements count for anything IIt should be a tremendous success There will be good music and splendid prizes and they Invite all to come and bring their friends PAULIST MISSION A weeks mission will open tomorrow morning in St Frances of Rome phurch of which the Rev Fathe Thomas W White Is the pastor There will be services every morning and evening and the solemn oboe and blessing will take place on Sunday November 9 Two of the most eloquent and forceful speakers of the Paullsty order Fathers Deverey and Allard will conduct the mission Catholics are Invited to bring with them their nonCatholic friends This will also be an opportunity for many to make the great jubilee now nearing its end- 171TERTAIN FOR BRIDEJ3LI30T Miss Louise Shelley whose mar riage to John F Lynch of Boston will take place November 26 will be extensively entertained prior to her marriage Today Miss Vera Sercombe will give a bridge party in her honor November 6 Mrs Emery Graham will give ti bridge party In her honor Mesdames John Rodea and George Twyman will be hosts at a card party November 11 In honor of Miss Shelley November 17 Mrs Carroll C English andI November 18 Miss Edith Elwang will give bridge parties In her honor PRIESTS ARE PLEASED Two great missions for men have been In progress this week at St Charles and St Anns churches the large attendance and results being noel gratifying to the earnest mis sionary priests and the pastors Rev Charles P Ratfo and Rot XT T Hill Many men who have been careless have been awakened to their religious duty and will tomorrow morning approach the holy sac rament with that feeling of self satisfaction and joy not otherwise attainable r LEXINGTON Friends and relatives erepaln fully shocked Monday morning when Irs MaryLacey ityytwo years old wife of William Lacey an engineer pnnK tiniihr tiSoiftliern railroad waa found dead In bed at her home 440 Curry avenue Lexington She WM atoms in the hoiiM whim she lied her fciub nlll hiving ldt Stia d y night on hlavrun on the rod and o i m did not return until after the body had been found by neighbors who became anxious about Mrs Lacey when she did not appear and forced open the door of her home Shad been that seen alive when she visited a neighbor about 9 oclock Sunday night Mrs Lacey is survived by her husband a sister Irs Ellen lJa ton of XIUUIBVUIC and two brothers James and NIPholas Sullivan of Frankfort The remains were taken to Frankfort for burls RECENT DEATHS A widely respected woman was called to her eternal reward Imit Saturday morning when Mrs Katie Ridge died at the family horn 1CB4 Tyler avenue leaving sever children to mourn her death Her funeral was held Friday evonln from St Patricks church Heartfelt sympathy of many friends Is extended to Frank and Catherine Kinstler 529 Central avenue who have suffered a severe be reavementln the death of their little laughter Frances aged one year and four months The funeral took place Thursday morning from Holy Nam church A patient sufferer was called to her reward Wednesday morning when Mrs Rosa Moline beloved wife ot George Moline died at the famll home 933 ampton street Mrs tlolfno was In her twentysecant Ylar and before her marriage was piles Rosa Klrchdorfer Her funeral vas held Friday mprplng from St Martins church of which she was a devout member The funeral of MHchel J Schmitt who died Monday night at his home 1155 South Shelby street was con lucted Thursday morning from St Vincent de Paul church when many mourning friends paid their last ributo of respect Deceased was thlrtynlne years old and leaves his vlfo who was Miss Alice Devaney Respected la the neighborhood where he lived many friends mourn his death The funeral of Sirs Julia Raverty 1016 Pearl street New Albany was held from Holy TrJhtty church oi which she was a lifelong member prrs Raverty had gone to the home ofber sister Mrs LoulsSchaaf to Assist In caring for her aged mother when she became 111 and never recovered sufficr fitly to be removed home iJeal 8her husband and later she leaves ope brother Ron Michael Thornton DOSONIpAN PROVINCIAL The V rynevJ R Meagher 0I P pastor of St Domlnloi hurch WaBhlmgton D Cj was last week msdProvincial of the rEalttern proylai ot the iDflmlnlean Qrl1 n Father J4eaghr hai a na tonwide pulpitArater and iwswoUr of the Holy lfame Molety J J 0 L1j I IttVLLY WILLETT I A pretty and interesting marriage was solemnized Wednesday morning I at the Church ot Our Lady when Elmer Wlllett led to the altar Miss Sarah Lilly the attractive and popular daughter of Michael Lallj 3022 Bank street Rev Father Conniff the pastor performed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass which was attended by many friends of the bride and groom Harry and Joseph Lally brothers of the bride wore the attendants Join F Lally Deputy Circuit Clerk In the court of Judge William Field is also a brotherMACKIN COUNCIL Mackin Council Y M L held a well attended meeting Monda night when the Hustlers and Boosters presented a number of applications in the membership contest The Entertainment Committee now presents an interesting feature at each meeting which draws large numbers to the club house Baske ball is now on for the season with a league of six teams At the last meeting Dick Andriot was elected President Joseph Buffehr Vice President and Robert Osborn Sec retary IMPROVING AT INFIRMARY The legion of friends of Frank A Clegg head of the firm of F A Clegg A Co will be rejoiced to learn that he is rapidly recovering at St Josephs Infirmary Mr Clegg was stricken last week while at his office on First street and went to his home 2108 West Chestnut street Physicians diagnosed his alIment as appenilicltls and on Mon day he was removed to the in firmary Thursday bte condition was much improved and satisfactory to his attendants SOCIAL CLUB DANCE The Emerald Hibernian Social Club will give the next of their series of dances Wednesday evening at Utopian Hall and an Increased attendance Is expected These affairs arc becoming more popular with each vent the splendid music furnished br Collins orchestra being one of the features James McTighe L J leany Thomas Farrell and James llburn comprise the Reception Committee for Wednesday evening GAYETY THEATER The attraction at the Gajety heater next week will be Eleanor lontell in the celebrated English ivorce YfA Butterfly on the Vheel The success of this play In ibndpn and New York has been renounced Miss Montell is an ctrew of wide experience and her Ortrayal of the character of Peggy wilt deubtle88 ddtQ Ion The Gayety is now playing to rowed bougeatt all performajicw he natlnWa proving very popular a o r ++10+++ 1+1 1 I I 1001 10 +01 ++ I 111 1 IIJ + II 11111 t 11 i 1101 H BACD ON 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