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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 a I IDreckluldleI t VOLUME XXXIINO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS RETREAT Has Been Sounded and Ireland Unity Placed Beyond Itccnll Irish Parliament and Irish 12x cct thc Accepted hy All Parties Ulster Orangemen Anxious Pot Way to Save Their Pace I ALL OVER BUT THE SHOUTING Reviewing the weeks politics Hon T P OConnor M P cables one would imagine England to be In the midst of a fierce Parliamentary session instead the middleII Parliamentary vacation For the moment all other issues are subordinated to the land ques tion LloydGeorges campaign has caught on wonderfully In England and his speech this week adding to his already big programme for reforms in towns has spread his net still wldpr But notwithstanding the abound ing proofs of the seriousness and far reaching effects of the now land policy Ireland still holds the field this week and the oratory of Bonar Law and even Sir Edward Carson plainly proclaims that all is over except iho shouting Bonar Law prefaced his retreat by a pretense of fighting a severe rear action but retreat is sounded all along the Tory ranks The principle of home rule of an Irish Parliament of an Irish Executive and of tine Indissoluble unity of Ireland now Is placed be 1 1yond recall and practically accepted by all political parties One ques tion alone remains outstanding What price Is Ulster Orangelsm to get so as to save her face and enable tier leaders to surrender without too much humiliation One price already is dismissed from oven consIderationnamely the exclusion of all or any part of Ulster from the rest of Ireland and from the jurisdiction of tho Irish ParliamentThere some hankering IIn the ri mondewofsomgf LtberallUnI lters notably Churchill for giving tKa four Ulster counties a suspension of some short term of years from in cluslqn in the Irish Parliament but tills solution may also be dismissed as Impracticable Only one solution may be considered within the range of practical politics That Is some form of local administration In Ulster or as Sir Edward Grey called it home rule wlthja home rule Even this solution presents many practical difficulties both from tho point of view of the administration and from the proved Inability of Ulster Orangemen to treat the Cath olic and Nationalist minority with any semblance of fair play The expulsion front the Belfast shipyards with every clrcum tances of brutal- Ity of 2000 Nationalist workmen leaves some doubts as to safely Intrusting the control of police to such bigoted authorities and the bitterness of Orange religious bigotry makes equally unsafe giving to Orangemen Jiny control of education but some formula may be yet found for solving these difficulties and the whole situation now Is reduced to a discovery of the formula This sudden complete collapse of the whole Tory fight against home rule mainly is duo to the collapse of Carson ism Carson Ism In1 turn went down before the terror of Eng lish Toryism of the widespread effects of Carsons appeal to violence in the face of general labor unrest in England and the inner though silent revolt of all business men of Belfast against the prospect of uni versal bankruptcy A further factor In creating this breakup Is the die covery that not a single Liberal Minister was unwilling to employ all the military and legal forces nec essary to put down any attempt of Orange rebellion Carson or at least his English friends discov ered at the same time that liEs cam paign of bullying and his appeals to religious bigotry Instead of frightening or weakening had only Hardened and stiffened English and Scotch opinion in favor of home rule tSirEdward still goes on mumbling his old war cries and he is touring Scotland with myself and others pursuing him for the next two weeks but already he is a back number and his speeches sound like faint echoes of far off and unremembered things As to the byelections Reading is uncertain and may go to the Tories but we shall keep four Scotch seats though one contest may be compll Gated by a three cornered fight with a Labor candidate as well as a Tory opposing a Liberal candidate but even this prospect does not alarm seriously the Liberals and touring through Scotland as I am this week addressedmaretermined audiences than at this momentAll over but the shouting THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION GoVj McCreary last Saturday isI i4Hedhjii annual ThankBglvlBij pre eta3paUon calling on the people of VIM Itut to observe Thursday N- Tjwnfcw Q r7 a4 a d7f tlianke gr1ej and prayer to cease tbeii- rr AeeU toured opoupationi on that j- aiulilve thahlcstand J IIto 04 tor tlm blaoctafs He hai conferred y i 5 1 t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN ipon us Further the Governor says our State has had prosperity good larvests productive industries sappy and contented people Law ind order have been preserved The Iorlous heritage of selfgovernment tee been uphold and strengthened md the year has brought us better appreciation of our duty dnd higher desire for good achievements and wherever we may look or whatever ve may think we have abundant auso for praise and gratitude to clod CALLED TO 11EAVEN In the passing from earth of Mrs Margaret Garry beloved wife of Thomas Garry the West End and St Patricks church lost a woman ot most lovable character and pos essed of nil Christian virtues Fol lowing an illness of two months the result of nervous breakdown which she bore with fortitude the deceased passed peacefully away at the amlly home 600 North Nineteenth street Mrs Garry made her home In the West End since her marriage tad was ever the faithful wife and mother For years she took an Interest In various charitable enter rises and was a substantial member or St Patricks church where she ound much consolation In npproach ng the sacraments Mrs Garry eared a family of devoted children tree daughters and three sons Misses Elizabeth Margaret and Sara May Garry and John Walter and Morgan Garry The funeral services were held Thursday morning St atrlcks church being thronged with Borrowing friends and relatives from rlll sections of the city The Rev Anther Cronin V G was the cele irant of the high mass of requiem TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Y M I began ho fall season with much activity md dt the meeting next Monday vllll obligate a number of candidates ireparatory for the coming Joint Initiation Tomorrow morning the nembers of Trinity will visit St Aloysius church In a body and receive holy communion for the repose of the souls of the deceased radm mrs of the Y M T Attorney Bene llct Elder wilt deliver an address Monday night antI on November ithe Entertainment Committee will provide a mock trial that will be very amusing The annual election will be held on Monday December I- and a number of warm but friendly ontests are looked for Rev Cletus Jrady C P of the Sacred Heart Retreat has accepted an invitation to deliver an address on December 8 when effort will be nude to have the argest attendance of the year SHERLEV WILT SUCCEED A Washington special says It was learned on good authority Saturday hat Representative Fitzgerald of few York Chairman of the all powerful Appropriations Committee f the House will resign within the next few weeks to accept an appointment by Gov Glynn to the New ork State Supreme bench The upreme Court Justiceship pays 17500 a year In New York where s the Congressional salary is but 7600 a year Mr Fitzgerald has si large family He has never been regarded as a wealthy man so the Increase in revenue will 1be most cceptable Chairman Fitzgerald will b e succeeded as Chairman of the pproprlatlons Committee by Repro 3ntatlve Swagar Sherley of Louis villawho Is the ranking member CJIVEX LINEN SHOWER An elaborate and very enjoyable linen shower was given Tuesday vening by Miss Alice Murphy at her home on Sixth street in honor of liss Loretto Fitzgibbon who was tarried this week Those present zero Misses Loretto Fitzgibbon Alice Murphy Margaret Ross Ethel Murphy Florence Torpey Nellie itzglbbon Ella Agnes DIgnan lade Fltzglbbon Mary Murphy latherlne Bender Edith Able and Ethel Torpey Vocal and instru mental solos were rendered by Miss oretto Fltzglbbon Miss Alice Murphy Miss Ethel Torpey Miss Margaret Ross and Catherine Bender i delightful repast was served and many many happy returns wished for the young bride- EUCHRE AND DANOE Tho entire membership of Division 2 A O H is giving its undivided ttontion to the coming grand euchre and dance in the hope that it will be an event that will reflect everlasting credit upon their efforts This affair will take place at their null Thirteenth and Oak streets on hursday evening November 20 to which all are asked to come and Ting their friends Many things lire under way that can not but help cntrlbute to Its success and al eady a number of choice gifts have been donated TRTOUUM Beginning November 19 there will be a Trlduum at tho Sacred Heart church Seventeenth aria Broadway Rev Patrick Walsh the pastorwUl be assisted by tike Pas lonlst Fathers and expects that at this time every member of the con gregation will make the jubilee The new electric Ughls now being in tailed will be turned on during these services POSTPONED The euGhrV anit lotto party that was announced to take plsea Ifovem tier C for the benefit of the Catholic jV has bMn pojrtponai till J1extWedl 1 night November lrtie Jadlp in eiharfe are 9r4parea for ft harp attendance and promise their friends a peppy piece ant entertainment rf J i f i DEMOCRACYS SUCCESSFUL LEADER FRANK McGRATH tt- I Chairman of the City and County Democratic Committee under whose sterling leadership the local municipal 1 ticket achieved tha greatest Democratic victory In twentyfive years 1t t A 1 i ll- P J t LOUISVILLE cI I ur L Saved From Clutch of Bigots hJ the Great Democratic Victory IJvery Precinct Manned by For bidding Looking Non llcslitciits cmocratic Orgaiilzntlon Elects KntlrcTlckct ofCamll dates SCOTT BULllH DEFEATS FOX I The election of Dr John H uschomoyer for Mayor and tire en tire city and county Democratic f ticket last Tuesday will not onlyf prove to be a great impetus In tileii progress of the town and district but which is just as pleasing to many is the setback given to the 1 bigots and fanatics who had bean Injecting religion into the campaign md for which end they had been working since the election of two pronounced A P As to the Board e or Education in 1910 that being the J stepping stone of what they fondly J expected to result in the capture of the entire municipal government in 1913 I Business and professional men ot ill creeds realized that the election or the nondescripts comprising the Progressive ticket would mean tho retarding of Louisvilles growth and Furthermore the city would be shunned by prospective residents in addition to the many who stated in advance that if such a calamity befell the city as the election of bigots they would Seek homes elsewhere Spurred on by the yellow stories emanating from the Louisville Herald the different precincts had n largo representation of the Juni6r Order members and other A P A socletieson the morning of the eleC- tion supposedly there for intimida tion as none of them resided in the precincts where they wore stationed and were not acquainted with a sin gle voter being huddled together in groups and easlly singled out as to their sentiment ignorance and prejudice being plainly wrltten across their forbidding countenances Frank McGrath Chairman qf the City and County Democratic Com mittee Is justly proud of the spTSn did work of the organization Hojr ever especial praise Is duo John Jparry for the showing of the Fourth and Fifth wards Joe Overberg In tho Eighth and Ninth wards Frank Dugan In the Tenth ward the only real backslider in the great victory feeing the Twelfth ward and the boys from that district will have to sit back and eat humble pie for dome time while liatening to proudI achievements of their associates In- over dlBtrlets but the Twelfth bee a proud record in the hletorref localJ cometooThe thanks of the community are flue County Attorney Scott Bulllttf a =for his decisive victory over Capt H I Fox who has been heralded as time man who gave Sherley such a close race ihtqjg the ears of the public that thejv had become sick andtireda nd IVpuIutilokFlaraid- might be excused forerunning Foxs picture just once more with tho 4 statement under It flint this is the man who was beaten by Scott Bullltt by over 0000 votes In a letter to the Kentucky Irish American about six weeks ago Dun can Clark the editor of the HoQQld remarked that in his departure for Chicago just after the electlbn he wootd leave tho editors of this paper under good Progressive gov ernment but after the severe roust- Ing given Duncan by Judge Weis singer Clem Huggins and other speakers In addition to Tuesdays result It Is expected he will make his departure quietly leaving un wept unhonored and unsung with not even a Bull Moose band present to play Rule Brlttanla RECENT DEATHS Funeral services over the remains of Mrs Elizabeth Hefner aged sixtyseven years were held Tuesday afternoon at St Patricks church For some time past she had been in failing health and her death resulted from general debility The deceased 1ft2OHighhusband one sister t Thursday morning the funeral of Mrs Margaret Ulan aged forty one years took place from St Anns church Rev Father Hill officiating at tho solemn mass of requiem Mrs Nilan was the sisterinlaw of Pat rick Fallon C20 Jarvis avenue where her remains were viewed by many She will be missed by a largo circle of friends and acquaintances by whom she has always been held in respect and esteem Dennis Tighe an aged and respected member ot St Patricks congregation and for many years em ployed by tho United States Cast Iron Pipe and Foundry Company died Monday morning at the home of his daughter Mrs W C Landrum 1649 Portland avenuo His funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Patricks attended by many old friends and acquaint ances Besides his daughter two sons survive him One of the young and faithful members of St Boniface church was claimed by death last week when tho soul of Raymond Schulte son of Mr and Mrs Henry Schulte 104 East Walnut street was called to its eternal reward The deceased was an exemplary Catholic young man and his loss will be mourned by a host of friends to whom his death came as a great shock Funeral services were I held Sunday morning at St Boniface church after which a large number followed the remains to St Louis cemetery Surviving him are hip parents and six broth ers Henry Arthur Charles F Ed win William and Sylvester Schulte ane one slater Mrs HHue man of Cincinnati to whom most heartfelt sympathy is extended tlBP A TriV I Sir jifotwi Cardfjv liritiah MiteI tr I6vwrte0i Mho just inuwirmuoh Ito the fort lit ieti msn by bltth- andbaila 1 from Tlipwmry r r RDANGERS L I 4 fIIt Ii c fI CtJ pCSociety BY Those Who Uatlier Steal Than Work- hUztaces multi Low Moral Tone Chase of Downfall of Women i Lhere Is No banger ofiiltginor Women Starving In America WHERE GIRLS CAN BE SAFE Society Is confronted with a dangerous class Of men who would rattler steal than work and another class not quite so dangerous who would steal rather than work for what they regard as unfair wages says the Watchman The falls and penitentiaries are full of both these classes There are also wo classes of female malefactors those who work and steal and those who unwilling to work and afraid to steal take to the street It IsI comparatively easy to deal with male criminals They are not criminals all the time and their criminality usually ends with the attainments oC its object Wjth women it is dif ferent When a woman enters upon n bad life she constitutes a menace to society every minute and hour of the day and night She is a moral Infection and Is worst when best There is no mercy for an abandoned woman any moro than there fs for a wolf or a mad dog The ancIents stoned per to death and they know a quick way of getting rid of her A man who would rather steal than work Is beyond reform the man who would rather murder and maim than work for what he considers an Insufficient wage should bo closely watched but the woman who for any reason would adopt a life of sin is a social Impossibility Society can not suffer her to pollute Its moral air- Thero has been hold in fill the largo cities of this country an investigation of thE cause and cure ot female Immorality and the con sensus of opinion is that tho chief factor In tho downfall of women is low wages The question Is put to the American people has not a woman a right to sell her virtue to keep from starving As well ask has n woman the right to kill to keep from starving But the question IB not put fairly Thero is no exclusive alternattveness between starving and a life of shame There Is no danger of women or niel starving In this country Honest p phineednevergo hungry for long There are plenty of charitable people to come to their assistance oven when the state falls to do its duty toward them The question should IMJ put in this farmt Has a wemaa a rlghj to sell her virtue rattler than wear poor lTHaa woman+ a right to preytonn the leeriway wo have a flood of light thrown on the awful infamy Shame In a woman is unspeakable and nothing femaleVlrtue andfori bad twentyfour hours in the day md every day To make the laws of morality apply equally to men md women would be to put On the same scale of physical ills tuber mlosls and the toothache The raIse tad hypocritical morality of tin world Is shown nowhere In clearer light than In their partiality for omalo lapses from virtue Men lever condone the poor woman who Ins once but they have Infinite pity md forbearance for the woman who idopts unchastity as a profession These men who are conducting nvestlgatlon of female Immorality how their unfitness for the task by heir nonadmissions The under vorld Is peopled entirely by those vho are after easy money The emptatlon of the burglar and the moneyiemale quarantinedIkerapport leper colonies It will gladly I Impoundedrhls I ray And It would In a short time I e selfsustaining for the reason t hat there would bo none to Im ound But the rascally and hypoII I getIdI rare discovered to blot out the soII lal evil It would be fiercely comII atted God and Gods church haeII iflnlte mercy for the lapsing sinII professionalIrtnera I nomies of man and there Is asII luch xdlfference between the man or I Oman that sins from weakness and he man or woman who adopts a I riminal profession as there Is be I iveen daylight and the darkest J light Professional burglars pro sslonal counterfeiters professional Ickpockets and professional bad omen form a class apart and ustlce to the Innocent and decent nd lawabiding demands that they e locked up and kept locked up We are seriously told that a girl 11 a department store who gets less ngtvoten live and support a family on lint much What Is the matter with omcstlc service Girls can get I month In a private family whore hay fare as well as their nile resses and live in their own roomS Vhy is it sx hard to get a servant Irl The slums teem with the girls flue would rather go to the bad than work out Laziness and a low lazlnesswal1t Wtof n HAPPILY WEDDED Maglnlenf Midis Della Agnes Hoban and homes J McWalters many of their lends being present to witness the aremony Handsomely attired In Bite satin trimmed with real lace nd pearl ornaments the bride carried ap arm bougilet of Klllarnoy 3ses and Hllies of the valley The rldesmald Della Agatha McWalters Ester of the groom wore lavender nUn draped with Irish point lace md carried a bouquet of American beauties The groom was attended by Patrick J Gannon Following the lurch ceremony a reception was helel at the residence of Mrs J H annon n sister of the groom Mr rlnd Mrs McWalters left on an ox lencled trip through the East where tlloy will visit the brides sisters Mra P J Jennings at Plainfield N1f J arid Mrs A C Chasson Newton Mass TURKEY RAFFLES The Columbia Athletic Club will have novel entertainment for its lembors and friends this month For the purpose of adding to the ebtpaying fund it has been de ided to hold a series of turkey affles at the club house on East St Catherine street on the evenings ot November 15 22 and 24 at the last ot which the Ladles Auxiliary and heir friends will take part Arrangements havo been made for an bundant supply of refreshments and a good time each night The ffalrs given by the Columbia Ath Iletic Club have always been success tul and it is hoped by this means to raise enough revenue in addition to what is on hand to meet the obligations that will shortly fall due MOURN HER DEATH Louisville mourns the death 01 one of Its most beloved and fore most women Mrs Henry Kraft After a gradual decline and two reeks of serious illness of a compll ration ot diseases incident to henr advanced years the end came at hoir Como 1237 Hamilton avenue where she was surrounded by the Members of her family Mrs Kraft was a devoted member ot St Peterss German Evangelical church and wai n generous giver to the poor espe iially the orphans By her cheerful Christian life she gained the admlra ion and high regard of her neighbors and friends of all denomlna ions Besides her husband shie leaves five sons and one daughter The funeral was held Saturday after noon from the residence the Inter meat being in Cavfl Hill cemetery CONSISTORY Rome dispatches the first of tli week infer that the next public con Istory must be held before December 2 to confer the red hat on Car inall De Hornig Bishop of Vees prJmlawho was named Cardina Ilast year There has beesno men lion wo tar of the nam lbf pew Cardinal but some nopntitattofls ar expected 4 WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Oilico Your Next Order METHODIST Proposes That Every Creed Con trol Schools at State Expense NonCatholic Writer Who Sees Hope In the Catholic Schools Where Public Opinion Is IJased- Oi Religion Citizens Arc Patriotic GOLERS PLAN FOR EDUCATION Hon bird S Coler Is a man who 1has devoted considerable serious attention to the matter of education Ho has been writing and talking Intelligently and forcefully upon tho topic for several years and he Is generally pretty well equipped with facts to substantiate his contentions says the Providence Visitor When lie was Comptroller of the City of New York he made a few observa Lions on things in general and his philosophic temperament led him to i seek the causes for presentday conditions Though a Methodist in re ligion his persuasions on a good many subjects are decidedly Catholic his attitude on the question of the necessity for religious instruc tion in the class room agrees per fectly with the position long held by the church rind tentatively recom mended by the best educational minds outside of her His v book Two and Two Make Four and an earlier pamphlet entitled Socialism In tho Schools are nbt only well worthy of perusal but stamp their author as a man who knows whereof ho speaks anti one deservedly entitled to a respectful hearing Ho delivered an address in Lawrence 1 short time ago advocating In sub stance to let every creed control its 4 own schools and to let the State pay per capita for time education of each child so educated Whenever public opinion and re ligion are mentioned in the same breadth there are patriotic Americans who immediately begin to take ak notice Consternation and agitation lead some to denounce parkhf 1li lS1t gunlmerlcan others claim against the preposterous possibility of compelling Protestants to contribute to the support of Catholic Institutions others again proclaim categorically the impossibility of over evolving any school schema wherein the secular and the relig ious may bo given attention under the same roof and on the same day Arid all agree that Catholics are looking for something they are not going to get In the line of retimuneration from the State for teaching tho young Mr Coler recommended a per capita plan of payment for denominational v schools It is figured out to the fraction of a cent howsmuch the education of each child costs the State The amount of the bill Is easy to determine The payment of the same may come bye and bye The other proposition about letting every creed conduct its own schools does not seem to offer as easy a solution He would not how ever comjel every denomination to establish and maintain separate In stitutions of learning in every place for this would be a needless procedure and a hopeless impossibility- His position is that of an ob servant and fairminded Protestant who knows as he has declared that the Catholic church can stand up M against the Statesupported schools and Protestantism can not His plea la for the life of nonCatholic Chris ianlty In Its unequal contest with agnostic infidelity Catholics were ahead of tho age when they settled the education matter for themselves p They just went out and built their pi schools and paid for them and sup sT ported them Protestants may do likewise sometime in the Indefinite future it there be any of them left with notions of the value of their creeds At present it is not their way They prefer to havo the State pay tho bills incurred by the training of the few children they have Their ministers their conventions their best thinkers are decided upon the need of dally religious Instruc tlon if morals are to be safely guarded Kant purely philosophic morality has become an exploded theory The sanction of a divine law is needed to make the many straight and keep them so Religion Is the only sure foundation for moral living and the old truth Is1 emphatically asserting Itself In these our days The need for the relig ious school Is becoming more and more recognized It would be cow ardly as well as senseless to consider Its establishment out of tho question k because of the difficulties appearing In tho way Other nations do fairly well In maintaining separate eec tartan schools and moreover Is not the public school system Itself but a comparatively recent departure from the plan advocated by Mr Color CONFIRMS 100 CONVERTS Bishop schweb b of La Croese administered the sacrament of con Urination to two classes one of 85C at St Patricks cjjurch and another il of 100 at the Sacred Heart eau Claire on Sunday Of the UOeanoo didaUa onfirined att Patrick church In the morale 100 were eon verts r F1 l 7t T T KJQNTUOKY RISa A L3ICj 0 1 auNTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflfi i isyd to the Social tad Moral JUraicemeauat et1 Irlih Araerlcaas and Cirtollci 4Oific111y Indorsed by Aacleat Order of Hlbernlanj Young Mtnva Institute and Catholic Knights of America t KENTUCKY IIRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated fubll hra SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ge BnUr J gt liii Luivfli Poitofflca sa 8e oodC1an fliiUr t Arrest all Comm0altitloai to the KEN1UCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Wei t Qreea St k LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 1913 RESULT 01 ELECTION The result of the election held in Louisville and Jefferson county on 4Tuesday must be gratifying to a11 libertyloving and Godfearing peo- pley It was a victory for freedom of conscience and freedom of worship for alt Christian people and Jews ias well The Progressive campaign was bound to fall in any freeborn Araerl can city where the people are aroused when their right to exercise Individual liberty of action in c worship is put in Jeopardy The Progressive campaign was conduct on false pretenses abuse and vituperation from itO beginning Th Insectivorous politicians who belong to the prosecriptive religious 01 i ganizatlons kept in the background professing that they were taking no part but urging that nil they wanted was good government What tlley really wanted was office obtained under false pretense Had they obtained power the city government of Louisville would be like that which now obtains in Mexico and othe Oodforsakon countries All honor to the Democrats who worked so hard for their party nom- Inees all honor to the Republican who aided them when they saw then for the Prowas a bare possibility gresslves to win all honor to the Protestant preachers who were not too narrowminded to Join In the crusade and finally all honor to i good citizens In general who mad it possible for the election of Mr Buschemeyer and those with him on the ticket Let us hope that during the next four years all of thoso who wen elected will do credit to the office they hold by enforcing the laws of the city and bounty Of this we hay assurance wat it will be done as IIt has been 1one luring the past fou years I yKFAMlXG THE CITY W AxtoiiiJUatq Prpgresiiyf candidate for Mayor of Louisville h speaking of the result of the election said over his own signature It is like living In Mexico to live In this town with these things hap pening all the time Mr Axton made this statemen late on the night of the election He in so quoted In the Herald of Wednesday Mr Axton presumably a sane and safe business man and he Is reputed to have large business interests In the city of Louisville which he thus maligns There is an old proverb about a bird hut befouls Its own nest Does Mr Axton desir to be placed in that class The excltoinent Incident to the election Is now over and the Kentucky Irish American calls upon Mr Axton to withdraw his vicious slur upon Louisville There are good 1 people living In Mexico but they aro cursed with a vlllanous government Mr Axton knows that no such conditions prevail In Louisville as in Mexico Official statistics show that Louisville iIs one of the most law abiding and best governed cities In the United States Docs Mr Axton want It tOg out to the people of all the earth that s anarchy prevails In the city of Mexlco1DoesI 1 that they are buying from a city Inhabited by such a people We await Mr Axtons reply DRONES Some of our highbrow Catholics and this kind can be found in every community advocated ft keep still policy in the election campaign Just closed when their religious freedom was attacked by the Bull Moose Headers and followers and were only I awakened to the fight for their rights by the ringing statements ofJJI the two Protestant ministers Aquilfa Webb and Df B L Powell I in addition to the stirring speech ofII Judge Matt ODoherty IN BAD PLIGHT 1 The wild and wooly A P A I tjieet from Missouri known as tha nMeftaC i found Itself In the middle of a bad fix m faking sides in the JNew York jiayorallty campaign Judge Edward McCall who was the Democratic candidate is a Catholic and John Purroy Mitchel who was elected on the Fusionist ticket Is A l Cath Ucth1causing the Menace aftar flottfl tiering around quite a bit to advim the faaaticB to vote for the Boctailat candWate The Menace crowd were also handicapped In- elrculting the lake Kf of 0 pith aa both oC the ftlwve candidate art IJ members of the Knights of Columbus THEY STOOD FIRM The voters of Louisville stood firmly for protected homes for pure government fqr creanmethods and honest men for continued progress and increasing prosperity and the therefore elected Dr John Busche meyer as their Mayor for the next four years Judge Edward D White Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of tlte United States was sixtyeight years old Monday halo and hearty anll adding laurels to his Irreproachable record Extending our congratula tons we pray that ho may be spared to long preside over the most attgus tribunal that exists Why should Americans become Interested In the socalled Angli American London show while Eng land turns down the Panama Exposition The latter can well get along without the British Govern ment which line been maneuvering with Mexico against the United States I Todays election however wil not be stolen Tho citizens of Louisville are fully aroused melI patriotism Is awakened mid vibrant Thus spoke the Herald last Tuesday morning and for once in tho cam paign it told the truth which wit verified by the vote of the people The Irish Standard of MInnc apolls came outtast week with twenty pages filled with good read- Ing matter and much business Al ways an excellent paper Editor Regan has placed it in the front rani of tho Catholic press All praise to Chairman Frank Me Grath and his committee the Post CourierJournal and Times who did excellent work for the bencH of oujtyOfpur ownpartvivi say notlUng but must admit tltnVtlij Herald helped some Public opinion as voiced by the people of Louisville last Tuesday has spoken vigorously and forclblj In approval of Mayor Head and the present administration FOR CHURCH DEBT Next Friday afternoon and even- Ing a euchre and lotto will bo giver at Bertrand Hall Sixth street between Oak and St Catherine the proceeds to be donated toward tin church debt fund of St Louis Ber I trands church Games will be culled at 230 and S oclock amI I tanDy handsome prizes will be awarded I I BISHOP FOLEY The venerable Bishop Foley ot I theIher Jubilee of his c nsecratlon- tt Pontifical mass was celebrated at the Cathedral and later In the day I there was an elaborate reception tor the priests Twentyfive years ago I i when Bishop Foley was made head of the Detroit diocese the Catholics I did not number 50000 Now there tEe fully 200000 Next Friday night a public reception will be tendered Bishop Foley in honor of his eightieth birthday arrangements havingl been made for the attendance oi 30000 people RITUAL MURDER THEORY Russia Is again engineering the ritual murder theory and tries to fasten It on tine Jews Such an act- S most unChrIstian and most dastardly There Is not the slightest historical truth In the accusation that tine Jews have ever used Chris Ian blood in the offering of their sacrifices The whole charge isumonstrous fable concocted in hell and we are happy to say condemned by no less than four IPopes Innocent xl Gregory X Martin V and Otcment XIV IIWJIUOI FORDS ESThTE- The estate of Patriqk Ford editor Il1nd founder of the Irish World will not exceed 12000 according to the Htlniate set forth In tho petition for ttterw of administration filed with nrrogato Kotcham of the Surrogate Court of Brooklyn by Robert E Forll eldest son of the deceased editor The real estate is valued at 8000 and personal property at 4000 But ho tefta name and eputatlon that surpasses monetary alue TRIBUTE l tin VIlEST A delegation of residents Catholic nd nonCatholic of Atlantic City IaST J recently went to Trenton and resented a purse of 1000 to RPV tlchard A Nolan until recently 1MI1ttnt paftfor at the Church of TIBI Star at fhtf Sea In Atlantic City Father Nolans health failed him ind he hka been granted leave or bMhee by Biihop MaSaul The legation WM headed by ClQr Coin ila U ner Harry B pharehr r SOCIETY uII n i U M Mrs John Cronan has rehirnei from a visit to Mrs W Gunther at Frankfort Mrs Charles Bryan has returneed from a visit to her mother Mrs Mary Buckler at Stithton Mrs James J Mulligan of Chi- cagoI arrived here Saturday to visit her sister Mrs Arthur Kaye Miss Austlno McAtee gave a llnen shower Thursday for Miss Eliza Nunnelly a November bride Mr and Mrs Frank A Menu had as their guests for a week Mr and Mrs Hursh of Bardstown Miss Anna May Everln South Louisville has been visiting relatives in Jackson and Lexington Miss Rosalie Schwlerman of High land Park has as her guest tljl week Miss Stella Powell of Port Royal Mrs Emma Robinson of Now Albany spent last week In Bedford nd the guest of Mr and Mrs E J MurphyMiss I Margaret DolanIs home from iBardstown after a delightful visit with the Misses Louise and Mora Monfort Mrs H W McCullough and her attractive daughter Miss Martine qf Owensboro visited friends her tlie past week Mrs J H Hays and chlldrei spent last Week In Springfield visit Ing her parents Mr and Mrs George Edelen Mrs A F Martin of East Chest nut street who has been 111 the past several weeks Is reported Improving by her physician Raymond Barrett and wife and children and Miss Mayme Barret were reCent visitors to the Misses Foley at Pewee Valley Miss Adeline Newman of St Louis will arrive November 14 to be the guest of Miss Louise Shellej and attend her wedding The next of the series of lances under auspices of the Young lens Social Club will be given Thursdaj evening at Utopian Hall Mrs C A Morris and children Charles and Leroy visited In Central City the past week tine guests of M T Cain and family Miss Elizabeth Callahan will be host of a dance at tine Louisville Country Club November 18 In honor of Miss Dorothy Scuhly of Chicago Joseph Moran and bride who was Miss Margaret Birch have returned from their honeymoon trip and are now at home at 657 East Broadway III Mrs Robert Kaltenbacher Mary land avenue had as Weekend guests Mrs Pauline Kaltenbacher and Mrs A Wathen and daughter Mildred Mr and Mrs Charles Schmuck 942 Edward street have returned from a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs Gabriel Schmuck at Cannel ton Ind Miss Maggie Judge will give a dlnnerrdance at the Seelbach De cenjber 30 In honor of her debutante cousin Miss Marguerite Hughes of Chicago Following a matinee pan At Macauleys next Saturday Miss Mario OBrien will be host at a luncheon at Kleins In honur of Miss Louise Shelley The Misses Cummings have re turned from their country home near Bardstown Junction and will reside for the winter at their residence on Second street Grundy D Lyddan and bride who have been spending their honeymoon in New Orleans will arrive Monday and be at home at 860 South Twentythird street Mr and Mrs James P Edwards and family have closed their home on the iRlver road anti moved to 1461 Fourth avenue where they have taken a house for the winter A delightful evertt of the past week was the home entertainment ofI Mr and Mrs John Daum Deur Park In honor of the wedding an niversary of Mr and Mrs Edwin Daunt The marriage of Miss Nell Mag lelen Burkhardt to Martin Cradlck will take place Wednesday morning November 19 at 6 oclock at St Boniface church Owing to illness In the brides family the wedding will be very quiet Charles W 3radlck and Louis Nlcoulln will- et as ushers Immediately after tho ceremony bride and groom will leave for a trip to St Louis- A pretty wedding was solemnized Vednewbiy afternoon at Holy Name ihurch by the Rev John OConnor when Miss Emma Fisher a popular South Louisville girl became the rlde ot Edward Schmitt a pros lerous resident of Floyd Knobs nd The ceremony was witnessed by a largo gathering of the friends of the bride and groom They will esldo at St Marys of the Knobs On Monday evening of last weekI at St Patricks church rectory theI Rev James P Cronin V G united In the hoW bonds of marriage MissI lorence E Donnelly and Lee R insmeister The bride is the amiable and attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs Patrick W Donnelly 11136 Portland avenue and the room a popular young business man onnecU with the Kentucky Print I hop ompanyItCarroll Birch the popular 8outh rn rai1waJJa 1geg8ltaadEiM1 Katharine Morn a favorite in wt IIt1 o Uty elrclM lVre c I r ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on thepayrollin event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection happily united in marriage with a nuptial high mass Tuesday morning at the Sacred Heart Retreat The chapel was throngel wIth friend who extend wishes for a long and happy wedded lIfo Fqllowlng the wedding breakfast the bride an groom left on a long honeymoon trip FALL EUCHRE AND LOTTO The Young Ladles Sodality of St Johns church are making prepara tlons for their fall euchre and lotto to be given at Trinity Y M I Hal on Tuesday afternoon and evening and In anticipation of a large attendance have secured both tho upper and lower halls Coffee und sandwiches will be served and handsome prizes will be awarded the winners The Committee of Arrangements are Miss Mamie E7 Hennessy Sodality Prefect Misses Katherine K B Drlscoll Mantis Fallen Iarle Desse and Lena Bowling MILITARY DEBATE Resolved That the army is more useful titan the navy will be the subject of debate at the Young Mens Social Club next Monday evening and the public is invited to attend The affirmative sldo of time questlo will be taken by L R Walker J L Walsh M Mullaney T R Heslln H McGrath B N Higgins na4 Ray Owens Tine negative side will bo represented iby Ray Haragan Robert Durns John Baldwin J B Burke L P Rellly G N Fitzglbbons and PhelanII I ATHLETIC CLUB MEETING Secretary William C Fox of the Columbia Athletic Club has sent out notices calling the attention of mem bors to a special meeting to be held at the club house next Tucsda night Tine purpose of the meeting Li to have the members consider a resolution approved and passed by the Board of Directors which w1l1 bo read for the third and last time that night PEACE JUBILEE The universal jubilee of the peace of Constantine will be observed 1 in the parish of St Francis of Assist ou the Bardstown road the firs three days of next week Father Rothheut the pastor has beet preaching a series of sermons or theological and historical subject every Sunday before large congregations on the Universal Constantine Jubilee decreed by the Holy Fathei Plus X- OYSTER SUPPER iNDLOTTC- The Carnation Club will entertain with an oyster supper and lotto on Thanksgiving eve November 26 at St Leos Hall Highland Park the admission ticketof ton cents en titling hold to oyster soup with bra fide oysters la ame CANIV PULLING A candy pulling and entertainment for the children of St Pat ricks school will be given at the school hall on Thursday and Friday afternoons November 27 and 28 be ginning at 2 oclock FEDERATION f The regular monthly meeting ol the Catholic Federation takes place next Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club and alldelegates are urged to be present A number of committees will submit Important reports and much business of in terest will be transacted EUCHRE AND LOTTO The ladles of St Anns church will give a euchre and lotto at the Catholic Womans Club on Tuesday afternoon and evening November 25 tho afternoon games to be called at 230 and the evening games at 8 oclock AUGUSTAI Mrs Bridget Plannery eightyfive years old died at her home in Augusta last Monday of the Infirmities of old ago Sbe was a native of Ireland but had been a widely known and respected resident of Bracken county for many years She Is survived by one son M Flannery also of Augusta with whom she spent her last years HONORED ILlS MEMORY General suspension of business the tolling of the bolls of Protestant churches the display of flags at talfstaff and the closing of City rail and the public schools the larochjal schools having been losed since his death were tributes paid to the late Father James Doherty at Haverhlll Massont- he day of his burial- CATHOLIC STUDENTS The fifth annual convention of the Catholic Students Association of America will be hold at tho Unl rerslty of Iowa next week Among the distinguished visitors will be Archbishop Keane of Dubuque and Jishop Davis of Davenport DEFEAT FOR NATHAN Mayor Nathan and the Aldermen of Rome after a heated discussion Wednesday decided to resign from office This action was due to the defeat on November 2 In the second ballot ofihe general elections of the hvo candidates in Rome supported by the municipal bloc COMPENSATIVE After all there is such a thing as orapensatlya justice In the world Jews may derive a little satisfaction from the thought that one of their racet Sir Isaao Rufufe has bunIjlectedV for the highpost of Lord Chllif Justice of Biuland at the vilrr tIme when the monstrous ilumny about ritual murder is retilatlng around the earths TRANSYLVANIAE N Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Else where Knights of Jon sboro Ark have volunteered to organize a choir for the church there The funds and property now undo the Jurisdiction of the Supreme body amount to overG500OOO- Everywhero throughout Colorado the councils are making great strides all adding to their member shipNearly 300 people enjoyed a pleasant night at the opeding of the new home of tim Knights at Bat vla N Y Unity Council of Hammond Ind pne of the most active in the State will exemplify tine third degree to morrowUnion Council of Syracuse Is on the high road to success A large class will receive the first degree November 11 Sixty candidates will be initiated on November 18 at Toledo Ohio Toledo Council claims tine largest membership in Ohio The new home at Cohoes N Y will be opened December 1 The State Council and prominent Knight will be In attendance North Vernon and Seymour Councils will hold a Joint Initiation tomorrow at North Vernon Ind Tim three degrees will be conferred The Knights of Utica N Y opened their fine new home last week Prominent men from the ad Joining cities were guests at the banquet A magnificent set of vestment has been donated by Denver CouncI for the use of the Catholic chaplain at thq Colorado State Industrial School for Girls IRISH FAMILY FAITH At the banquet which followei the cOnsecration of the Most Rev Dr OShea as Coadjutor Archbjshoi of Wellington New Zealand Archbishop Redwood of that See told the following story It was about thirtyeight years ago when travel Ing in the Taranaki district on my first episcopal visit I was sitting or the box seat of a coach on the prin cipal road to Hawera when a good lady came out with her children the eldest Just five years old stopped tine coach and in tine presence of the pasengers among whom were several Protestants and others asked my blessing for herself and her children I said to myself there Is something great about this per sonsuch a gdod falth deserves some remarkable reward I gave them my heartiest blessing I al ways considered that the blessing given to that good lady and hot children was the heartiest I ever gave especially after such an example of such real good old Irish faith The faith of that family was rewarded one of her girls becoming a nun and her son becoming the Archbishop I consecrated today Archbishop OSheas parents were born in Kerry Ireland He Id the youngest Archbishop in time world being Just past fortythree years of ago WIlY THEY LOVE HIM One reason why Cardinal Gibbons has drawn to him men of every creed and otno creed at all is that they see in him who like Abou Ben Adhem loves his fellow men Tint simplicity of his character the purity of his life lend a dignity and ccmmand an esteem which no title could bestow To the nation at largo Iuds more than a great church dignitary u distinguished figure who ranks with the most notable ot living Americans But Baltlmoreans have a more intimate feeling for him an a good citizen foremost in every good work and word a friend who on lists their warm affections At seventynine he has the satisfaction of looking back upon a long and useful llge full of good deeds and honors worthily worn and looking onward to the years many of thpm we devoutly hopowhich will yield time richest harvest Baltimore Sun PAINTING AND PORTRAIT John D Crlmmins Esq of New York a Director ot the Catholic University presented It recently with a very fine painting of Tho Last Moments of Leo XIII by the celebrated portrait painter the Marquise do Wentworth This fine canvas now hangs in tho parlor ot Divinity Hall and Is much admlreu by the numerous visitors to Washington Mrs Margaret Ryan Eowen has preesnted to the university a lifesize portrait of her brother the late Archbishop Ryan It is a speak ing likeness and will be unveiled on the occasion of the meeting of time Board of Trustees on November 19 CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY r Tile Cardinal Gibbons Memorial Hall has been greatly Improved by two beautiful electric standards reeled at the main entrance They Itire of exquisite Gothic design In bronze and set off the great edifice InI a pleasing way A solid Macadam road has boOn laid from the main entrance In front of Gibbons Hall serving also Albert Hall With the broad pony granolithic pavement inlshed both halls arq now provided with comfortable and elegant ccess MOTHER CHURCH PASSES In celebrating the seventyninth nnlversary of its consecration last week the old Cathedral of St Louis bserved its las as the mother church of the diocese The new II Cathedral will be ready for occu anoy early next yearThl sermon onI the occasion was delivered by VerrRevY SJlyan President of t taarlek Seminary I and FOR THE BENEFIT OF St Pewee AT TRINITY Y M I HALL BAXTER AND MORTON Tuesday Afternoon and Night November 11 Games called at 230 and 8 oclock Many unique and valuable prizes to be awarded Country prpducts a feature The holder of the lucky ticket will be awarded aNo 1450 K Heating Stove Tickets 10 Cents Euchre or Lotto 15 Cents Extra AT A Rubber 95c coat 1 pockets de Raincoats 195 Single cantona with heatlcure single texture coating tan mili tary collar patch pockets detach able beltThese Coats 395 Poplin loose back military collar slash pockets in black blue tan and gray detachable belt Very Fine Coats 4 95 495 CoatsOf very fine grosgrain single texture in tan black navy and gray convertible collar belted back detachable beltSame IprlcoCoatsJn shappe silk loose fit mannish cut mili tary collar patch pockets metal lie back detachable belt These Coats 595 Single texture vool top sur face metallic back convertible collar belted back detachable belt Raincoats 975 Single texture palmetto cloth tweeded with transparent gum coating In black navy and tan convertible collar and belted back detachable belt Same Price CoatsIn olive and navy double texture back to back silk shappe convertible ii belt collar and belted back detachable ii I 1 1 n WALNUT ST THEATER lOc ANDMc FEATURE PHOTO PLAYS 1 to t3O7 to 11 Vaudeville Bill changed Sunday and ThursdayPhoto changed everyday Mod rn Life Drama THE PRESENTING Rodney Rauson and Marie Nelson Presents a strong picture of present day life with scenes laid in Texas and New York City Large company and original stage setting PSXCBB Sunday MaUnee ICe 2Ec 88s and Soc Tuesday Thursday and Satur day Matinees 1000 Beats at lie Nights lOc Sic SIc SOc and 76c IRISH LEADER DEAn Patrick Martin formerly National Vice President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians the Irish National Land League and its successor the United Irish League died Monday at Baltimore Ho was born in County Mayo Ireland sixtyseven years ago TRIBUTE TO WORTH lIon Maurice T Doollng recently appointed District Judge for the I Northern district of California is a sterling practical Catholic He twIce received the rare tribute to worth 01 being elected District Attorney In his native place as the nominee of both Democrats and Republicans His mother was a sister of tho famous Bishop Manogue APPLICANT FOIl CHAPLAINOV I At time earnest solicitation of Rev Lewis J OH rn C S P who is in charge of the appointment of army anti navy chaplains Rev John- S Rochford of Olcott N Y has applied for the chaplaincy made vacant bjr tho recent resignation of Rev Father Murphy SIMPLE CHOP SUEY RECIPE J One pound fresh lean pork or hlcken cut into dice three medium sized onions five stalks celery halt C cup mushrooms a little salt three ableenoonfl shoyn or Japanese sauce hJch may be obtained In any Jap ane restaurant or private house 1U- TItls IIB the secret ot the flavor of I11 he chop Buey and la indlapensable II11 Jooki the pork in the frying n- l r I I r i 11 CASUALTY INSURANCE coIGrand Euchre Lotto Aloysius Church Valley Womens Raincoats SAVING 1Raincoats WARNING Raincoats 1195 Single texture wool covering with velvet and plain collar In gray and brown detachable belt Same Price Coats In check single texture convertible collar and belted back detachable belt Gabardines Same price convertible collar loose hack in navy black and tan detachable belt iRaincoats 1450 tSingle texture knlckerbocker cloth covering in gray and brown kimono and plain setin sleeve bolted back collar detachable belt Same Price Coats convertibleIIScotia gabardine in and tan belted back collar detachablebelt Fine Coats 175Q Peau de sole silk shepherd plaid satlne two tones Scotch plaids gabardines made with convertible collars kimono and setIn sleeves bolted back convertible collar plain back setIn sleeves detachable belt Childrens Capes 148 Satlne CapesNavy and plaid hood fast colors Childrens Coats redII In navy tan belted back mercerized gle texture poplin mill spun ialli t 1STEWART GAYETYTHEATEROso 5iOC rO o Volz Michael 336 West Market St When you buy Emer sons you know you are getting correct stylesJ Furthermore they have that smart custom ap pearance which is found only in other shoes ItwoJ H REICHERT FOR CLOTH GLASS OR ANY KIND OF SIGNSArtistic Decorations Etc Call Home Phone City 2905 CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N I Cor Third lId Qreea Sts We furnish the home com plete OB easy payments WM CALLAfiHAN Mir svcsust 50000 CATHOLIC CHILDREN are now reading the Child Apostle twentyfoarJut for the children It costs only twenty flvo cents a year Isnt your boy or girl worth having a little magazine all their own SeRa tweatyflve cents in coin or stamps tor m years crlpUOBor ask for sample copy Address THK CHILD APOSTLS flu MeOormlek Bldg Cnleage III mill halt done before adding other ngradieats which should all be cutIito dice Cook all until meat and ions are done then serve II j FIr AlYIERIGAIT trM1VV HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS i FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 822 East ltIainStr e1 wew III USIIII t Z BI I oJ 1 + HHMK U 01 11 1ooH THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 bran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasion on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET y TELEPHONE 810 DOUGHERTY McRLlOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES Cumb Main 2908n Home City 2008 OL- DFORTUNArBOURBONr+ THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COINOORPOKATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS FINB WINKS AGNJ AL gOLB SII 323 West Green Street LIQUOnS CIGARS t DR J TI CHAWK Veterinary I Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET hkffcwiCaal S 2S9i Maw City 2399 7 WYTTWYYYrwwTwwWWWVTWTWTTYy rrwlMrrMrrwn BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA i- WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE I McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky All the lateand mew Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us HERRMANN BROS niFOXTXJU FINE WINES AND LIQUORS DktUtors adWkel1eDHl en lu Finest Biaids of Ken nwky WhUkte specially Pearl of NelsonF BOTTLKDIN BOMD TeiS bs1041 fUXiI1WT BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope EtcC- emeteryWork a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Bock Pittites 223 1M 7HI bail sa Oastea iYat w- 61les tins fHlIf ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 111W +r iri a xr Cdt lSretlirsrIwule C e r Gti Q r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Now that the election Is over watchout for several initiations The Memorial day committee willI report at next meeting of the County Board The division and auxiliary atI Pueblo Col nresecurlng ninny new membersDivision 4 will meet Monday night and all the numbers are urged to be present The national Insurance plan submitted by the National Board must be voted on tills month x Mrs John Arthur State President last week visited the Ladles f Aux iliary at Newcastle Ind Division 3 was the leader In die posing of Confession tickets with Division 4 running a close second Recently the division of Seattle put fourteen members of the Juniors through the short Initiation The County Board will meet the latter part of next week and hear a report from the committee on the Confession play Mrs Mary McWhortor was greeted with a meeting that packed the hall upon her homecoming to Chicago after her extended tour through CanadaMassachusetts Hibernians will help arrange a benefit for ODonovan Rossa the Irish patriot who is reported as dying and In very poor circumstancesThe Auxiliary held an enthusiastic meeting Wednesday night They are making great preparation for their Thanksgiving matinee dance Cardinal OConnell has appointed Rev John J Ryan P R Of Cam bridge Mass Chaplain General of the Ancient Order for the arch diocese of Boston Hon Michael F Conroy who is serving his third term In Congress and has just been appointed to the Ways and Means Committee Is a New York City Hibernian Four members of the order will occupy seats in the next General Council They are Thomas Dolan Charles J Finegan Michael J Mc Dermott and Thomas J Garvey All were reelected Tonight nt St Paul Minn there will be a great reunion of the Hibernians of that city and Minneapolis The programme arranged will attract the members from both Hennepin and Ramsey counties The Ladles Auxiliary will give a most enjoyable matinee dance Thanksgl Ing afternoon at Schrel bers Hall Twentysixth and Bank Hibernians from all the divisions are Invited and expected to attend Miss Nellie Nolan has been making a splendid record as President ot the Ladles Auxlllary Her adminis tration has given the utmost satis faction and has been productive of increased numerical and financial strengthThe social season of the Boston ladles auxiliaries opened Wednesday evening In the new Hi bernian Hall with a bartquet and entertainment preceded by a fine con cert of Irish music lasting from 8 until 9- Mayor Fitzgerald and Gov elect Walsh were Invited to the reception held by Boston Hibernians last Tuesday night In honor of Patrick F Hastings Vice President of Division 25 just returned from a visit through the thirtytwo counties of Ireland Minneapolis Hibernians had a cordial reception for the representatives of the Gaelic League when they jointmeetingFlonan McCullom and others dellv ered addresses stimulating the Gaelic League movement From what we learn It Is safe to say the complimentary reception and entertainment at Falls City Hall on the night of November 18 will eclipse I anything heretofore held by Division 1 All members of the order and their lady friends are extended an Invitation to be present USEFUL PRIZES Elite Council Knights and Ladies of Security will give a euchre and lotto next Wednesday evening at 1 Delmont Hall and are offering two loads of coal as leading prizes 1 Games will be called at 815 oclock sharp IMMIGRANTS- A total of 1197892 Immigrant aliens entered the United States during the past fiscal year 37023 coming from Ireland and bringing over 1985703 Of this large num her the destinations showed only thirtyfour to Kentucky IMPRESSED ORIENTAL Killarneys lakes and fells have so impressed one of the greatest of Oriental potentates the Maharajah of Mysore that he has determined to setup an establishment of his own in that district In Ireland v FAILURE The Independent Catholic Church set up recently in Now Britain Connecticut in opposition to the Church of the Sacred Heart has gone out of existence It was a failure from the start FAILURE TO BE NATURAL We imply no dlsparageemnt or cultured manners when we venture that not one young woman in twenty that you meet is really frgptystiltedof the hour Most of them simper and think they talk They guggle a he and call it laughter Whey Ite tnsteadof walk If they a room it tllto gllde1though nature has apprindaged them with ballbearings in place of feet While when it conies to the festive handshake which was originally dIRed to expreee a wholehearted ho pitallty and cordiall goedfellpw ship ihey reach ort tow rd lotiA u c SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording Secretary Walter Cu rickFinancial Secretary Joseph Far rell I I Treasurer Thomas Keena- nSergeantatAreaHenry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keane- DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oaks President CJ Ford SulllvarRecording OKeefe Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning ham Sentintl Thomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial Secretaryjohn J Hes plon 7r- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DWISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J angan Recording Secretary John J arry Treasurer Patrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far elLSentlnelY JMcDermott Y act L MACKIX COUNCIL 203 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Frank G Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn jtonSecond Vice PresidentJohn JI LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording Secretaryjohn R BarryCorresponding Secretary HarrIf KibbeyTreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside Sentinel Frank E Grat t limp helpless pultnceous wad or pulp as though to say do accept this gooseskin member agitate gently and return If you wish It is good that God gives tis now anItIthen a peal of healthy laughter fromI a quilting party or the honest grllIof a rustle hand to bear us sweetI remembrance that men and women when nearest natural are nearest at their best Catholic Advance SMILE AJJWAYSI Start the day with smiling and ItIwill not seem so long Start the day with music and the heart will join the song Start the day with sunshine and the clouds will soon depart J There are no clouds or shadows where theres singing in the heart Start the day with kindness and the toil will not be great I Start the day with blossoms and theJrose will deck your LATEST PALL ST1J gateII Bodices are flat with sloping j shoulders Eponge Is One of the most popular materials Smart afternoon gowns are of j black satin Lynx and red fox are much InJ fashions favor Butterflies are fashioned of velvet silk and lace The newest neckwear Is trimmed with edges of fur Fur lace net or plaid taffeta trim the separate blouse of chiffpn l Bright green and pink Is a combination t now favored by fashion The vogue seems to be for dressest of woolen velvet duvetyn and moire treps Gowns and wraps are adorned with fringe of beads silk or metal J thread Some of the newest tailored suits have skirts with a single flounce on wlthouttullnesssWHO CAN SAY There are many mysteries In life and this Is one of them Why do some peoplepart so reluctantly wltbs the dollar and twentyfive cents due I for a quarters pew rent and give up so cheerfully the two dollars nec essary to procure a good seat at one performance ofa popular show tt- V t CLOTH FROM WOOD Articles of clothing from wood fiber are being made in Europe The t material for a suit costa about fifty cents Clothing made of this material however can not be washed TIER REASON WHY The sweet young thing was being shown through the locomotive works What is flint thing T she asked pouting with her dainty parasol That answered the guldels- an engine boiler She wail an uptordate young lady and at ones became interested And why do they Boil Aiglnw fetc Inquired againcTo make the eaNina tender pollUly replied the rwKuroful rnte vi fiI IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges Tho death occurred at Ardrahan County Galway of Judge Anderson K C Recorder of Galway in his eightythird year The Claremorrls District Council by seventeen votes to fourteen has adopted a direct labor scheme for the whole rural district Moira Catholic church of which the Rev Hugh McEvoy 1s the pas tor has just been reopened after undergoing extensive renovations and repairs Steps are being taken in Don eraile for the erection of a monu ment to the late Canon Sheehan and nearly 1000 was subscribed at the preliminary meeting The Most Rev Dr Foley Bishop of Klldare and Lelghlln recently visited Baltjnglass where he admin istered the sacrament of confirma lion to over 200 children While kneeling at family prayers an old man named Michael Hughes of carnagh near Keady expired suddenly just as the last decade of the Rosary was being recited Michael J King principal teacher of Borrlgono National School County Limerick has obtained the B A degree at the autumn exam ination of the Cork University Laurence Kennedy a laborer was killed by a fall of about eleven feet from scaffolding at Bishops Hill Kilkenny A Coroners Jury re turned a verdict of accidental death The Local Government Board has forwarded their sanction to a loan of 30000 applied for by the Tuam Commissioners for the purpose of erecting thirty artisans dwellings In the town The Most Rev Dr McKenna congregatlon St Patricks church at Belcoo County Fermanagh A large sum was subscribed at the collection On the occasion of his retirement after having served fortytwo years as medical officer of the district Dr Frost NowmarketonFergus was presented by the people of the town with a beautifully illuminated address of Gaelic design A verdict of death from an npopletlcal seizure was returned at an Inquest held on Patrick McDer mott of Strathroy who was found lying dead In a field at Conney warren Omagh by a search party who had been searching for him from the previous evening Quite recently fortythree bul locks the property of Sir Josslyn GoreBooth were driven from his SligoAllInjured were subsequently recov ered One of them had a white handkerchief tied round Its neck Tho death Is announced of Mrs Anno Maguire mother of Rev B HdgltMaguireThe deceased lady who had reached ah advanced age was esteemed for her many good qualities and her demise has occasioned sincere regretThe Very Rev Canon Roche of Horeswood County Wexford was accorded an enthusiastic reception on his arrival home from Rome where he had an Interview with the Holy Father When he reached Camp lie station he was met by his parishioners The village was Illuminated and after addresses were read a torchlight procession was formed and escorted Canon Roche to the parochial house YOUR DEAD Soon the very name of the dead la not mentioned save at some very Interval and then is mentioned with but a scanty prayer not much deeper than the careless lips Oh shame that It should be sol Is this our boasted friendship Is this our boasted love is this the affection that was to survive the grave Is this the memory that was to bo eternal Our friend lies prostrate In the intensest agony the means bf help are at our hands and yet we are too cold too careless too for JosephFarrell FREEDOM PROM WRINKLES Often they come from imaginary caresDo not worry over the little things Above all things do not be a fusserAnd whatever else you do forget that you have nerves So many women allow their faces ov become tense and sotand then wonder why lines develop Relax the muscles cultivate a pleasant expression and remember that lips which curve upward and are much more attractive than the drooping sort- iEARD IN DUBLIN William E Gladstone the great statesman used to tell how an English lady a friend of hjs char tering scab for the day In Dublin said to the driver You wont mind If I take you for the dayIs me mind mo lady was his gallant reply Sure I wouldnt mind If yo tuk me for life No one but an Irishman could have said that without giving offense was Gladstones invariable comment on the story SALLY LUNNS Four egg Jone tablespoonful of sugar a plnrihof salt halt a tablespoonful I of butter one cupful of milk flour to make like sponge cake batter two teaspoonfuls of yeast powder Bake In a moderate oven and serve warm for high tea I STEM BROWN DREAD 6ne cup sweet milk one cup sour milk one teaspoon soda one and onehalt cups cornmeal onehalf up mplMMM onehalf cup flour pinch of salt on8 halt sup lefnllifj desired Steam three hears This j In delicious either hot or cold 0- G 0- D FRANK FEHR INCOHPOnATED BREWING CD I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWrIs everyone SENNACKERMANBREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED a LOUISVILLE RYu Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 0- 91WIEDMANN THE i WCCmrORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent fUrr GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ornr a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb Wist 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Lighe JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery y 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE BCt IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER 4 SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL CO f INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE kVr FOR A DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor go to WM F MAYER 413 W MARKET ST Special Notice to Altar Societies We havo on hand a large and exclusive line of Altar Alb and Sur puce Laces We have determined to place a special distant on these goods this month If you are think- Ing of purchasing the stove 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 a full line or materials and findings for making and repairing vestments Write for SamplesROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418 WJEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Good FRED ERHART I ARCHITECT I NORTON BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson Ho BOSSE SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers cJ10FjsjBt AT NUm- Teieeite111- F a THE 2 FAVORITES 4 of LaaliYlHei Particular Smtlaa y TARPY SPECIAL IOc Cig- arLITTLEA Jr Sc Clear The cigars without an equalin quffep and flavor Homemade Unionmatt and the bestmade for the monet P e 4 sale at all dispensers of smokers 1r Wr TARPY CO Y MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET MONUMENTS R We have just received live cat loads of Monuments rangier m price from 7500 to 20000 aotf which we can give at a barter Before purchasing please give MC a call at our warerooms 319SJi West Green St Now Muldoon Monumsit Ct CB THOMPSON FLORIST1 ONLY ONE STORS Rosebuds a SpooEcky Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVHJtfDM 18MIH Nfai satisfaction guaranteed Id A DelightfulPHOYlH CITY 29W N1tJJ CLBOPXTRA He GONDOLA s A L BOMBCBkIRS Loay irebf 1- Tr t 7 o T r YWy SY- l a ti i i acY tiUOKYIISH A1 rIERI0A1T 1 OH I I Z S I HII J I uI I 0+11141 iIt44I + t++441 J 11II HERMAN STRAUS ti SONS 0 FOURTH AVCNUe o p MARKET STREET I WASH GOODS t 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 1I quantity lasts per yard 23c 60c White Skirting Flan nels 48c Cream White Flannels with i either embrpldoredf scalloped edge or hemstitched edge These flannels are suitable for women and Infants skirts usually sell at Cue special per yard 48c lOc moskeag Outings 8c Amoskeag Outing Flannel in a large variety of pretty stripes and checks these outings usually sell at lOc special per yard8c 15c Mercerized Fancy Sateen lOc Your choice of a large assort ment of Mercerized Sateens with I neat printed quality and finish regularm price Is 16c special per yard1OcII AND LINENS 125 Hemstitched Table cloths 98c Hemstitched Damask Table cloths in both bleached and silver bleached In good selection of patterns values up to 125 special each 08c 200 Scalloped Table cloths 159 Scalloped Edge and Puro Linon Tablecloths in a good serviceable quality size G3xG3 inches These Icloths are good values at 200 special each1591125 Dinner Napkins 98c Damask Dinner Napkins size J 20x20 Inches hemmed ready for use in five neat designs usually sell at 126 special per dozen 08c Barnsley Roller Crash 8 l3cB- arnsley Roller Crash 18 inches wide in a good quality plain white or red borders spe clal per yard8 13c I i We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates j i 1 I 11111111101 + I I I rH oH+++ Io I lIH 11111u1111 TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS 1 FAMILY CREAMI Vanilla Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON 2198I4 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY sa PI2 sIi iFi EAT MOTHERS BREAD I Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery I the South inII e ette0lMf9leNiNi9M t For Your Furniture Wants i I WANT YOUR TRADE M My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best t JAMES GREENEI 425 427 and 429 East Market Street i till j J 6 Lhitd I Ftt 33td11i3 1 11 I 11 I +IooI I 111111 t llH 111 + j rt NOW 11- SII- J It BETTER THAN J WHEN GAS STOVES Sold now can beconnecte dnowt but when bought in the rush season we can not tell just when we can get to your particular order LOUISVILLE GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY r IOD IS Time For Stoves j First ThoughtCold weather is coming Second Thought We need a StoveII I Third Thought Geher SonII The best place to buy a Stove or Range is where t the assortment is large and the prices are reason 1 able Therefore is to your own Interest to canon the old and reliable firm of I GEHER SON215 W Market St Bet Second and third DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO j1 1 INCORPORATBD I i FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE freshlyni I Comltl r I C 4J5IPBR OCOKf 2000 POUNDS eAa PIN l lP1t Jt eer t ii POPULAR MAGISTRATE REELECTED ISquire P T Sullivan Receives Record Breaking Majority in the Seventh District CATHOLIC KNIGHTS The Central Committee of Iffe Catholic Knights of America meets next Friday night in regular monthly session at St Marys Hall represcntutlveslot by the Catholic Knights will have a benefit there from Monday Novem ber 17 to Saturday November 22 Pictures of special interest to Cath olics will be presented and in addi tion there will be a Vaudeville bill of extra merit Tickets will be ten cents and will be on sale in all parts of the city WILT WEAn GObI ISaturdayI I of this city aide do camp on Ids I staff with rank of Colonel Col Score Is State President of the Catholic Knights of America In Kentucky and also Consul Com wander of the Woodmen of the World For many years he has een a valued employe of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company Ho will wear the gold jtripcs with credit to himself and he State PUSH GAS LINE Vice President Donald McDonald vho is General Manager of the joulsvlllo Gas and Electric Company la1 stated that the natural gas for vrhich the lines pre being rapidly aid will reach Louisville early next nonth unless unforeseen obstacles ire encountered Workmen pitched amp just over the Shelby county J ine at Conners Station last week nd are working toward this city ills is only one of numerous gangs hat are working on the IneII OTOOLE ItE ION Miss Delia OToole recently rtt ived from County Galway Ireland s the gueattot Mr and Mrs Alonzo Padlocks 626 Ohio avenue aamilyn honor of their jyieBts M4M VToole and IrstIaddack8 are BJB Irelandereral 1 Orr i MiceOloolIan i I l ithony JOfTMJI and TheOdore t- YToole are residents of Louiavilla broyears I bro i I i i i i r i J i I i LCmN COUNCIL Sunday being the an Sunday for the jurisdiction of the Institute for the bene deceased members Mackin will approach holy com in a body tomorrow morn 8 oclock mass at St church Secretary KibbY all the members and Is expected to perform At the regular meeting night a number of candi be balloted for and ar announced for Macklns jjoint Initiation that will place Interest in the of officers is becom And It is certain there candidates for tho MKMOIUAL TABLET Italian marble tablet of Theodore OHara Kentucky poet erected by State Historical So placed at the head of his Frankfort cemetery last On the front of It In bas harp with OHnras name followed by a verso from of the Dead On the facing his sarcophague wreath with two more the Bivouac of the beneath ETY THEATER Warning with Rodney Marie Nelson taking the parts will bo the Gayety next week This a strong picture of the scenes being laid Jn New York City which opportunity for con management that offers has provided a large surround tho two chief AXD LOTTO of the Altar Society of congregation will give a lotto party Monday ant evening in the base new church Hepburn avenues The alumnae r Academy will give a llotto party on the after evening of November 20 nee fKra Daniel 13lWt Marlcet tree 441 HhFII rJoTH+d 13 I i oS i IoJ2 11111 J J 1111111 11 14 111 r BAC N SON INCORPORATED We Give anti 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 metal and viciI kid priced according to size Sizes 8 12 to 11 pair Sl75Sizes 1112 to 2 pair 300Sizes 2 12 to 5 12 pair 2CO Second FloorJ Bacon Sons +oS H+ I 1110101 U I I lIlu1oH H-I HALF A MILLION STATIONS REACHED HOME TELEPHONE CHARLIE WHITE MOON COWBOY HERBALIST ORIGINATOR OF CHEYENNE REMEDIES SAR tSCIENCE SOPE There may be different makes of shoes there may be higher priced shoes children but none are to be compared with the Red Goose Shoes In the first place they are solid leather throughout secondly they are de growingfeetproperdevelopement pairisisfaction Red Goose Shoes For Boys and 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