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IBreckinridgeI XXXINO 20 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS 111 BUSCHEMEYER Takes Up Reigns of City Govern ment On Next Tuesday Morning Much Speculation Being Indulged in as to Probable Ap pointments S I Talk of Contest Confined to Law yers and Sleuths Scenting Fees- TOMMDONOIJIIIIS APPOINTMENT Mayorelect John H Buschemeyer will be sworn In next Tuesday with all the pomp and ceremony that can be given by an enthusiastic Democracy Immediately after his Induction into office he will announce his appointments on the Board of Public Works and Board of Public Safety of which there Is much present spbculatlon and many guesses are being made as to the probable appointments with John D Wakefleld John W Klein Charles B Mllliken Joseph Nevin and Lewis Humphrey ns popular selections for the Board of Works while Edward T TIerney Al M Emler Rush Watklns William P McDonogh George W Berry and Judge Muir Weissinger are men tioned for the Board of Safety As for the other appointments of the Mayor there are hundreds of applicants although not many offices to be filled owing to the fact that many now In office are good Democrats and worked faithfully for the success of the ticket In addition to the fact that some of the appllr cants have only become enthusiastic Democrats since the evening of November 4 As an example one of the candidates for a place on the Board of Safety whose name is not mentioned in the above list Is having his claims urged by a prominent Bull Moosor and close friend of Jake Haagers and Inci dentally Is trying to persuade organized labor to back him up in his exhibition of nerveIDemocrats In general are pleassd at the election of Tom MoDonoUgh as Clerk of thq Board of Aldermen hIIsVenefgetlc sSrvlcos1 Iiithis cam paign and previous ones entitling him to the best in the Democratic locker and It goes without saying that he will prove an able and capable official In tols new berth Ray Flanagqn his successor as Quarterly Clerk while light In weight Is heavy with Democracy and Is busy receiving congratula tions on his appointment Billy Dennes and Tom OConnell will bo sworn in as deputies to Police Court Clerk Will Holley next Tuesday and these representatives from German town and Limerick respectively are sure to make their chiefs reign popular in the Boldrick domain John Malley who has been stenographer to Chief Lindsey has been appointed Secretary of the detective department to succeed the late EH Mackey and this bright young mah Is sure to make his mark In the sleuths stronghold The local Progressives have been dying hard this past week the talk of contesting the election being kept alive by a few lawyers who are Interested from a possible fee and a few detectives who scent a pos sible Job of securing evidence for the contest if Axton can be shaken down again ora few of our mis guided citizens who may have been tooled by the Heralds wildeyed stories of election thefts which were not substantiated especially during tho count which increased Buschemeyers majority can be made to produce the coin As for the motley crew which filled the Hopkins balcony last Saturdy evening and were busy crying Burn the City Hall etc are our same little old Junior Order boys who attended the former Moose gatherings and cried Down with Rome and who gathered at the polls on election morn armed with staves and broomsticks Keep your ofwarfound hiding In the shadow of the little red schoolhouse while they leave the fighting to the bloody Catholic foreigners especially those of Irish and German descent Another amusing feature of the theclrflatlon mer Grinstead officeholder who makes a specialty of this sort of campaigning but never with any success Ills latest stunt is to send threatening letters to the wifeorsister of some Democratic worker threatening prosecution If an ex allOgedfrauds politicsIswornout stunt of the former official nell1hbQrhobd CATHOLIC CHARITIES The third biennial meeting of the National Conference of dathollc Charities will be held at the Catholic University In Washington during the month of September 19144 Work on organization for that meeting I IsII yoyr under way The National Con ference of Catholic Charities was or 1tanljwd at the Catholic University February 19 1910 by a commutes of twentyefr of the lay and clerical I leader In the CatbdHo charities of4 the United Stalesf Theflrtt national rI 0- i 1 1 rj V KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN IVOLUME meeting was held In September 1910 at the Catholic University It was attended by 260 delegates represent Ing twentyfour States or thirtyeight cities The second national meeting was held at the Catholic University In September 1912 It was attended by 380 delegates representing twen tyelght States or fiftytwo cities HU Eminence Cardinal Gibbons is the Honorary President and Right Rev Monsignor T J Shahan Rector of the Catholic University Is the Pros Jent TRIDUUM AND RETREAT In commemoration oft e act of Constantine the Great by which freedom was given to all persons who professed the Christian faith the Rev Patrick Walsh pastor of the Sacred Heart church Seventeenth and Broadway has arranged for a public triduum and retreat for his congregation and Catholics gen orally Which will open next Wednes day evening at 730 oclock and close the following Sunday This law was laid down in the year 313 and the Catholic world is celebrating the sixteenth centennary of a law that has meant much to Christianity since that time The indulgence granted by the Pope in honor of this centennary is being gained in one church after the other by the special threeday services being held Rev Father Cyril C P of the Passion1st Monastery will conduct the retreat and deliver a special course of sermons Masses will be celebrated every morning at 530 and 730 oclock followed by short instruction and the night services and sermon will be at 7 r3d Father Cyril who is an eloquent Passionlst pulpit orator will deliver the night discourses opening Wednesday and concluding Sunday their order be ing as follows The Vital Question A Dreadful Peril The Tragedy of Life The Mercy of God and The Call of Life It Is expected that every member of the congregation will avtll themselves of this opportunity to make the Jubilee and gain the blessing of its Indulgences The ladies of the Altar Society will spare no pains In beautifying the sanctuary and with the new electric lights the church will present an edifying and brilliant sceno MOURN Ills DEATH Frank Senn one of the foremost German Catholics of Louisville and a retired brewer died at his home 1146 South Fifteenth street last Saturday morning of heart disease He had been in poor health for sev eral weeks Late Friday night he was stricken and never rallied Mr Senn was seventysix years oldand Jhn atlV9fO1llUJ1Y J1It qll been aresldentotLoulsv111 since child hood He was educated in the chools of Louisville and learned tho coopers trade He purchased the Old Boone common beer brew ery at Seventeenth and Market streets in 1868 and later became owner of a brewery at Fifteenth and Gallagher streets In 1877 he Bold his interests to his brothers and organized the Senn Ackermann Brewery Company located at Eighteenth and Main streets Philip ckermann was a partner in the business Twelve years ago when the local breweries were merged Into the Central Consumers Company Mr Senn retired from active business Besides his brewing In terests he held much property in Louisville being Identified with the Seelbach Realty Company and the Tyler Realty Company Mr Senn was a member of St Josephs Orphanage Society the GambrInus Bavarian and the Jefferson societies He was known in a quiet way as a charity worker Five sons Frank P Henry William Howard and Joseph Senn and two daughters Mrs Annie K Beyer and Miss Mary Senn and a brother and two sisters survive The funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Peters church with solemn high mass of re quiem and was one of the largest ever held there The active pall bearers were Philip Sengel William Fehler Lambert Klarer George Huber Joseph Hubbuch Sr F J Herrmann L W Hugelmeler and F J Marcus The honorary pall bearers included Philip Ackermann Sr Louis Seelbach Frank Fehr H M Brennan Edward O Hill Charles A Weber Henry Nadorff Henry Bosquet Charles Dehler JJic Bosler J F Oertel G L Everbach Sebastian Gunther Charles Pfeiffer F C Dickson Anton Geltslich Henry Borchers and J Fred Hill erlch GENERAL HIBERNIAN REUNION Division 1 A 0 H has arranged for a general reunion of the Ladles Auxiliary and Hibernians of the Falls Cities to be held next Tuesdaynlght at Falls City Hall Councilman Charles FInegan Thomas Lawler Walter Cusick and Joseph Farrell have the affair in charge and It Is hinted that they will provide an en tertalnment that will surpass any ever given by this division There will be music addresses solos and an elegant luncheon to be followed by dancing President Thomas Tarpy will be the master of ceremonies and through the Kentucky Irish American requests all Hibernian to be present with their lady and gentle men friends and enjoy one night of Irish hospitality This will be an ppen meeting and therefore the Falls City Hall should be crowded REV WILLIAM F BRADV The Rev WIlliam JV Brady as lYTrlnltychurciillast nine years died on Thursday of IJpst week of heart disease He was grMufttetf from Fordtiani JJhlverfUy fiftyfive year into and had been a priest for fortyfive years Father Brady built a number of church In his different parishes t 5r RAMS Do Serious Damage to the Into nor of St Pauls Church Father Thomas York Reaches the Altar and Saves Sacred Vessels Flr Raged Two hours and De yours the Work of Years LOSS WILL REACH THOUSANDS Catholics and citizens generally were given a terrible shock Tuesday evening when the news spread that St Pauls church on Jackson street between St Catherine and Kentucky of which the Rev Thomas York Is the beloved and hard working pastor was in flames and threatened with destruction The fire raged for nearly two hours doing damage that will foil between 7000 and 10000 Its origin has not yet been learned but It is believed sparks from the fur nace In some manner Ignited the woodwork The church was valued at over 15000 and the loss is only partly covered by Insurance Father York and Henry T Brown a neighbor were talking In the front yard of the priests residence when they noticed smoke issuing from the belfry at the same time flames bursting through the roof An alarm of fire was turned In from the nearest telephone while Father York made heroic effort and succeeded in reach- Ing the altar and in saving the host and sacred vessels Le was able to make but the one trip the smoke and Intense heat driving him out Mr Brown also displayed great heroism and succeeded In saving a numb r of articles Before the flames were sub dued they Invaded the sanctuary and destroyed the altar and the handsome and valuable statuary that added to Its beauty When Assistant Fire Chief Cassin arrived on the scene with the No3 truck he saw the seriousness of the blaze and sounded a second alarm summoning A number of additional engines and the No2 truck By hard ork the firemen preventedthe com pleto Jstruction ot1hOb1iiiVh after a fight of nearly two hours witnessed by several hundred persons who had gathered from surrounding homes Father York has made a grand struggle for St Pauls congregation his efforts being crowned with success and the church being rapidly freed from debt The loss will fall heavi upon him and his people as it wipes out the labor of years There Is some ccnsolatlon however in the tact that the rectory and school house that ad joined the church edifice escaped the names For Father York there Is tnt the most sincere sympathy by his brother priests and the laity generally Wednesday many called upon him to speak words of encouragement and from all quarters came messages that will help him recover from the blow that would have prostrate many stronger men What steps will be taken to repair the damage have not yet been de cided but tomorrow the congregation will worship In St Philip Nerls church Floyd and Woodbine Father Ackermann having generously ten dered the use of his church until Father York and his people can re turn to St Pauls The masses for St Philip Neris congregation will be at 7 and 1045 oclock and for St Pauls at 815 and 10 oclock tho evening services for both congre gatlons to be held at 730 oclock Father York and the Trustees will most likely decide their course within the next few days and the Kentucky Irish American calls upon the people of Louisville to lend them all the assistance in their power TAUGHT IN KENTUCKY Charles Peterson formerly profes sor of music at St Josephs College Bardstown and St Marys College died recently at his home The Lilacs Notre Dame lad He was born In Cologne Germany in 1859 and was educated at Frederick Wll helms Academy and the University of Bohn and studied also In Paris and London In 1884 he came o the Cnlted States After spending one rear in New York and Pennsylvania he went to Nelson county Ky whero In 1886 ho married Miss Julia Wil kinson He became professor of music at St Josephs College Bards town remaining until 1886 when no took charge of the department of music at St Marys College lie acted as organist in St Martins church Louisville for seven years In 1890 he came to Notre Dame I nlversity as an Instructor in French and German His qualifications as n musician brought about his appointment as head of the department ot music which position he held until his death STIRRED UP MEMBERS Members of Mapkln Council were considerably stirred up Monday night when It was proposed to adopt an amendment provldlngtrira real dentlal Secretary who wilt receive an annual aalary of 800 The prop l tibn waa a urprlM to many and caused a spirited and latereetlhK de bate resulting1 In a postponement tju Monday November 1 4 when the final Vote will IM taken Those who favor and Oppose the measure are about I evetttiy divided and ffeach side brings put its toro s the meeting will be one of the largest of the year Announcement of the death of Ed ward Mackey was received In silence and after the transaction of the nec essary routine business adjournment was taken to Tuesday night when the council would take appropriate action and then proceed In a body to the home of the deceased and pay their tribute of respect to his moth ory Announcement was made of tho date set for the Joint initiation and each member was urged to secure at Inast one candidateL LONG AVEDDED LIFE Mr and Mrs Joseph Ters egge old and highly esteemed residents of New Albany who were married at St Boniface church in Louisville all November 7 I838r celebrated their sixtyfifth wedding anniversary last Friday at their home East Tenth and Elm street New Albany They are perhaps the oldest married couple in Southern Indiana For more than fifty years hey have lived in New Albany The aged couple received their friends during the day and quite a large number called to extend congratulations The re ligious celebration of their anniversary took place In the morning Mr Terstegge Is eightyseven years of age and his wife is eightysix They both are natives of Germany but came to America In early youth Their children are Mrs J 0 Endrls Miss Lizzie Terstegge and Andrew Terstegge of Now Albany Mrs James Parsons of Indianapolis and Mrs Henry Stegman of Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Terstegge are the parents of the late Henry Terstegge of New Albany n member of the firm of Stratton Terstegge of Louisville who died recently In Chatta nooga while oh a business trip to that city For ninny years Mr Ter stegge was engaged in the shoe busi ness in New Albany but later be came associated with Gohmann Brosin the stov foundry business i N RECENT DEATHS The funeral pf Mrs Annie H Galvin widow of John Galvin was held fromEjt Anthonys church of which she was one of the oldest and most highly esteemed com municants i Mrsy Galvin had attained the agO ofc eightyseven but for years resided with her son John A Galvin 537 Soulh Tweritysecond street 7 John Ti Mitcheljj thirtyeight years old and a well known member of St Patricks congregation died Tuesday morning at his hVme 1712 Baird tagn1llandlowed were the cause of his death Besides his wife he leaves two chil dren The funeral services were held Thursday morning attended by many mourning friends and relatives Martin Fahey who was born In Ireland sixty years ago but who had spent most of his life here died on Friday of last week at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital following an Illness of pneumonia For years he had been employed at the St Vincent Orphanage and was highly esteemed by all who knew him His funeral was held Monday morning from the residence of his cousin Mrs J J Flanagan and from Holy Name church at 9 oclock many old friends assisting at the requiem mass The death of Miss Mary Mar guerite Madlgan the beloved four teenyearold daughter of James and Madle Flynn Madigan 317 South Shelby street removed from St Johns parish one of Its most ex emplary and highly esteemed young ladles News of her death brought deep grief not only to her Immediate family but toa wide circle of friends Miss Madigan was a member of tho Young Ladles Sodality and her life was an cxampe for all young girls Her funeral took place Monday morning from St Johns Clay and Walnut requiem high mass being celebrated by Father Schuh mann In the sermon which fol lowed he paid a touching tribute to the memory of the deceased dwell ing on her innocent life and religious spirit DISTINGUISHED At the meeting of Division 4 A 0 H Monday evening President John H Hennessy celled upon Col John J Score for a few remarks in explana tion of his newly acquired title which was recently bestowed upon him by Qov McCreary this being the first uponlaMcDermott who was reelected at the recent election thanked members for tteif hearty support and mentioned the fact that Division 41s acquiring quite a cbllectlon of notables one Colonel and three Councilmen the other two besides himself being T J Garvey and Edward White Prayers theIsoulof Division 3 who was always a welcome visitor at Division 4s meetings and Hibernian gatherings TIlE DATE SET The Joint committee of Trinity Council Y M L of New Albany and Macklri and Trinity Councils of this city have sOt the second Sunday In January as the date for the big in Itlalon to be held by the three councils and for which each ha already procured a long list of can dldat This decision was reached as teetlifcbnlal to Unity Council whOse new home will be dedicated and thrown open on that day Tills will be an event of much Interest and Will attract one flf the 1 lancet gath ering of the Catholic young Men of the Ealli Citletf that has taken place in recent years iJ l I CALIFORNIA Honors Franciscan Priest Who Founded First Mission There The Centenary of the Birth of Father Ser a and Its t Celebration November 24 Declared a Legal Holiday b3Goernor Johnson SAVED TEN THOUSAND INDIANS The centenary of the birth of Father Serra who founded the first mission In San Francisco will be celebrated by Catholic societies throughout the United States and especially by those of California where November 24 has been de cared a legal holiday by Gov Johnson The remarkable and heroic missionary zeal of the Cath ojlc missionaries to whom America Is indebted so largely for the discovery and exploration of this con tinent and opening It up to civilized occupation has drawn forth most eloquent tributes of admiration from nonCatholic historians and must stand forever as monuments of the beneficent Influences of the Catholic church In America We have noted In these columns h iw all the discoveries from the North East and South and down the byCatholicand this date which marks the first Catholic mission established on the Pacific coast reminds us that upthewere made by the same Catholic pioneers of religion and civilization The founder of San Francisco and the apostle of California was the pious Franciscan Father France J Serra He was born on the Island of Majorca In the Mediterranean on November 24 1713 He was educated by the Franciscan fathers and at tho ago of sixteen became a member of the order His native talents developed most rapidly and he rose tQ high distinction In the professoroftheoloiyhonorlng stowed upon himno lless by his pious example than by his brilliant attainments Like Fathers Lo Cnron Marquette and others he possessed the missionary spirit and resolved to seek In tho New World a field of labor befitting his zealous spirit After a stormy pacsage he penetrated with a party of fellow members of the order reaching the palace of the Montezumas on Now Years day 1750 He laborod here for many years among the tribes of the Sierra apImissionary In Lower California- In 1789 he accompanied the military expedition of Galvez with three other Franciscans into Upper California now known as tho State of California He established his first mission at San Diego on the landing of the expedition Mass was celebrated in a tent in front of which a large wooden cross was raised The Indians were pro kindlytreatmentlearn their language and to teach 1IvlngandInembraced the faith and conformed to Its obligations with all the fervor of their nature At the very time when the Declaration of Independence was being drafted in Philadelphia those faithful priests were founding a mission 3000 miles to the West on the extreme boundary of the con tinent on June 7 1776 on the present site of San Francisco which takes its name from the historic event The first building erected on the site of the present beautiful city was dedicated to the worship of God under the patronage of St FrapclsFather Serra continued his holy work for eight years laboring among the savage tribes Before his death he had established ten missions and about 10000 Indians had been baptized At last he be came conscious that death was ap proaching He went with trembling steps to the little church and on his knees received the holy communion He gave word to the carpenter of the mission to make his coffin He was assisted back to his bed and soon after peacefully passed away His death was mourned with every expression of profound sorrow by all the missions and by the Spanish authorities In the war vessels In the harbor He died on August 29 1784 at the age of seventyone years ALUMNI HOLDS ELECTION The annual meeting and smoker of St Xaviers Alumni Association was held in the college ball at the school building 118 West Broad way The election of officers for the ensuing year was held and the following members were electedi President Robert O Wu1fFllstVice President William Dleruf Second Vice President William P MoDonoubT Trijaiiurer Harry Ropke Secretary William iP Kelly BergeantatArmi Eugene Thomp son Spiritual Director Her Johr H H11U The following fire mem tor were elected to the Bxecutlve r Committee Frank A Oeher Eugene I Cooney Raymond Schuman Eugene Leet and E H Mattlngly The meetings was well attended and Interesting talks were heard The association adopted a resolution to have a banquet sometime In January i PRINTER BECAME BISHOP The late Right Rev William JKenny D D Bishop of St Augus Ine FIn whose death occurred In Baltimore learned the printing trade in the office of the Scranton Morning Republican and served for a time as business manager of the Scranton Dally Times He was very popular with the boys in the print shop says the Citizen of Honesdale and years afterward when he had become a priest they were wont to refer to him Prot estant and Catholic alike as their priest Bishop Kenny who was stricken while on his way to the Missionary Congress in Boston was born October 9 1853 at Delhi Ni Y Eleven years later he went with his parents to Scranton There he went to school while serving his apprenticeship in the printing trade His newspaper career ended when he CollegeAlleghany dained January 15 1879 He was first stationed at Jacksonville Fla where he remained until he took HerelieKenny was then made rector of the Conception there until elevated to episcopal consecratedInAugustine dinal Gibbons Besides his activi ties In behalf of the church he took a leading part In the civic welfare of the cities In which he served He Vas a member of the Relief Commit yellowfeverthe bureau of information and a member of the special commission of the Jacksonville Relief Associa sweptJacksonville AVITJI NUPTIAL MASS wqddlngw111Ing at 830 oclock at the Sacred Heart church Seventeenth and Broadway when Louis J Schumann will lead to the altar Miss Cora E Canty Rev Patrick Walsh the pastor will be the celebrant of the nuptial high mass and will perform I groomlcirclesMisSI p rnlY Canty1UltLoneoLtha most popular girls In the Sacred Heart parish Miss Alice Canty sis terof the bride will be bridesmaid and Leon Wells will act as best man The ushers will be Messrs Paul Deck and James Welsh Following the church ceremony a wedding break test will be served for the bridal party at the home of the brides mother 2502 West Walnut after which the couple will leave on a honeymoon trip to St Louis and the West The best wishes of a llegion of friends will follow them Into their wedded life MISS AGNES BUTLER HURT Miss Agnes Butler the nineteen yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs George J Butler 2035 Portland avenue had a narrow escape from death by being run over by an automobile last Friday night at Twentyfirst and Portland avenue Miss Butler was struck by the auto mobile of J Po Will driven by George Luhn and suffered painful cuts and bruises about the face and body which still confine her to her home where she is making nice progress toward recovery The young lady was walking when the auto turned and skidded the rear end knocking her down When the news became known Miss Butlers youngfriendsdid not pass over her DORMITORY DEDICATED The new hall of residence of the College of New Rochelle was dedi cated Saturday by Mgr Patrick J Hayes O D Chancellor of the New York archdiocese In the pres ence of 500 students and guests Then followed the unveiling of the statue of the immaculate Concep tion presented by the college sodal- Ity and costing 1000 High mass was celebrated in the college chapel by the Right Rev Joseph F Mooney V G There was a reception In the residence hall and among the guests were Supreme Court Justice and Mrs Martin J Keogh Countess Georgine Jselln Adrian Iselin Columbus ODonnell Iselln Mrs Delancey A Kane Mrs Sadlier writer and Dr Condo B Fallen editor of the Catholic Encyclopedia The new building the cornerstone of which was laid In the summer of 1912 by Cardinal Farley cost 300000 and is one of the finest college dormitories In the country occupytheI U OP C LECTURE Lieut Gov Edward J McDermott will deliver an address at the Knights of Columbus meeting next Wednes day evening and the officers urge every member to be present as the speaker can be depended upon to furnish an Intellectual treat Judge Matt ODoherty addressed the meet ing last WedncEdHr eveningfind was given a hearty reception by those present A dance and reception for members and their families was held lust evening and Chairman Thomas W Tmrpy ot the Entertainment Corn mittee announces a euchre and lotto for members and one lady guest each for the evening of Novejnber 28 WE D- OpaINTING FIRST cLASS WORK GlvcTbl Office Your Next Order ULSTER S Muddle Makes Parties Appear to Be FurthlerApartTliauEver I Carson Will Have No Compromise and Still Talks War His Itcbhcllion Would Bo Pu Down In FortyEight Hours MUCH MUST BE DISCOUNTED We have had another week of oratorlal orgy without getting much forward cables TP OConnor to the American Press This is largely due of course to the fact that everybodys attention has been byeelections elections If they go very much to one side or the other are bound to have a potent influence on the fate duringtheIn these oratorical utterances we have receded from Instead of advancing toward any mutual accom modation and this week leaves the parties much further apart than last weekSir shoutingloudersible He says he will have no compromise and still talks bravely about civil war Mr Balfour surprised everybody by making a speech which though not openly adopting Carsons tactics utilized them as an Insuperable obstacle to home rule end at the byeelections the smaller Tory fry follow the leaders In still giving full encour agement to the Orange extremists Much must be discounted in all of this as Inevitable in keen electioneering Much will be dropped or continued on the same note as the elections turn out well or ill for each party but for the moment un doubtedly things look more war like and the Orangemen seem some what encouraged by recent develop mentsThe saner Tories still hope It 1- 5PQsij1 mibtSlt 9 con essiOnsevcul concessions be yond what the Nationalists think good for the future either of Ireland or Ulster such as home rule within homo rule as suggested by Sir Edward Grey but either permanent or temporary exclusion of the four counties would be rejected by the Nationalists even If there were a risk of postponing home rule for several years There Is no such risk but if necessary the Nation alists would face it rather than see Ireland mutilated even for a brief 9 period The Orangemen probably will damage the chance of any big concession by their folly and bigotry They now however begin to realize that Mr Asquith and the other Ministers are not frightened by the threats of civil war and are ready If occasion should arise to meet force with force Nobody doubts that if Sir Edward Carson should attempt to carry out his programme his rebellion would be put down In fortyeight hours It is also known that Car son can not command pnetenth of the force he boasts if things should come to extremes and further that the shopkeepers and bankers of Belfast and every business man out side of some fanatical shipbuilders and linen manufacturers would refuse to Join in the commercial ruin of Belfast On the necessity and the determination to put down civil war with a string hand the feeling among the rank and file of Liberals and the British masses generally is even sterner and more united than among the Liberal Ministers As yet I have not found during my prolonged tour through England and Scotland the least Inclination to yield to the Orangeclamor I find on the contrary that feeling Is hardening a dally against Ulster The situation thus remains unchanged amid the turmoil of the byeelec tions and the fervid electioneering talk and the prospect still Is that while continuing to bluff up to the last moment and perhaps even officially standing out Sir Edward Carson will be compelled by the English Tory leaders to accept some concessions which will save his neck and his face The shrill shouting braggart defiance will be kept up till the last moment but negotia tions continue under the surface and though the final agreement mayIbe postponed until even the before the home rule bill Is placed on the tatute book It will bq placed there all the same and with the tacit assent of the English Tory leadersIf still growls he will grow alone In the elections above referred to the Liberals lost one seat which was looked for and does not materially aid the Tories FATHER CLETUS RETURNS The Rev Father Cletus Brady C P and Rev Father Denis C P of the Sacred Heart Monastery on the Ncwburg road are expected home today from St Paul Kas where they took part In the ceremonies at the ppenlnk of the now Paeelonlat Monastery there The new monas tory Is one of the largest and finest In the country Many BWhopi and prleetq were presenkvto witness the corempnlee zj f II KIQJSrUCK SitCsfI AMERIOAI Ia KENTUCKY IRISH ftMERICflrl elksaI Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young Mens Institute and CathoHc Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COl orated Publishers INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER yeAR p SINGLE COPY SC BBttrcd at tht Ltalirlltt PotttMlet a SHosdCIUa fUtUf I iMress all Coamaalcatloas U the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3H2I West Qttt St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15 1913 NOT MUCK TIME LEFT The Jubilee time commemorating the sixteen hundredth anniversary of the Peace of Constantine will close on December 8 of this year This peace anniversary commemor ates the triumph of Christianity over paganism after 300 years ofI relentless persecution slander and death The conditions for making tho Jubilee promulgated by Pope Plus X are to go to confesslo and receive holy communion during the time appointed make six visits to church and pray for the Intentions of our Holy Father and the church and to give alms to charity or some good work Catholics will see that but little time remains In which to perform this duty which will bring great rewards i DISTURBING The negotiations with Mexico are thus far barren of satisfactory i results Huerta having refused to accede to the demands of the United States and the situation on Thurs day was most tense Despite the professions of England the course of that country is being closely watched F X Welnschenck who has made a study of international affairs declares that England the enemy of this country and humanity In general not being content is I determined to create strife between theIprincipal object being to protect English Governments secret treas t ury interests This can be done by Involving thin country In a war with j countryjGovernment syndicate an excuse to withdraw money from circulation Certain English financial interests In conjunction with the syndicate press and politicians are working apparently with this end In view byI getting tho people of North America to wrangle among themselves or ylxtep wlth this u- cou t9ouldIoffer an opportunity and excuse for withdrawing money from circulation and from this country In case of a war with Mexico by Imbuing others with fear of a financial panic the panic would thus be created and leave this country helpless whereas now it Is the most powerful in the world President Wilson has dis played wise and calm Judgment thus far and with him stands all the forces of this country a fact that the r Mexicans and others should not ri i overlook SENSIBLE DAUGHTERS r comImendatlonof the Confederacy In DaughtersI Now Orleans who on Wednesday deviated from their programme long enough to refuse to accept greetings from the Southern States Womansf invitetKate M Gordon the Confer ence President to speak It was declared on the floor the Daughters wilt not have politics of any sort Injected into their organization The suffrage conference was the scheme of delegates to a Louisiana suffrage convention and after its adjourn ment Mrs 0 A Cantrell of Ken tucky offered a motion asking that Mlss Gordon be Invited to speak saying that the Daughters should receive greetings from a sister convention This caused some excite ment and brought forth the real feellpgs of the United Daughters Mrs Norman Randolph of Virginia made a spirited address against such action and moved that the motion be tabled She was seconded by Airs Cornelia B Stone of Galveston who also deprecated the idea t of bringing the suffrage question before the U D C as an organiza tion The motion was tabled by a large majority The Daughters acted sensibly and set an example for other women to follow NATIONAL CONFERENCE The National Conference of Catholic Charities which meets in Washington next September is not reliefgiving organization It does r not supplant any existing organiza tion Uatms to bring about personal acquaintance among our leaders biennial meetings which will represent all phases of Catholic charities and all sections of the country an open discussion of all phaaes of catholic charltabl9 ens t deavo4 It alms to stimulate theII development of literature in CathI lngOfjCmethdIn 1 our Catholic cliarfUo nut 9n11f n concerning their own policies and methodsrjbut as well concerning all other types ot charitable activity in the United States The conference never votes on questions which it discusses It does not in any manner hamper the liberty of eiYher individuals or organizations Upon two occasions the National Confer ence received the cordial blessing and approval of the Holy Father and has been warmly commended and visited by the former and the present Apostolic Delegate to the United States All Catholics inter isted in our charities in their efficiency and progress are asked I I conferIh- Itst activities They may do this by addressing MonsIgnor T J Shahan at the Catholic University Washing ton b CITRADES UNION ACHIEVEMENT A report of the National Bureau of Statistics dealing with the union scale of wages and hours of labor I Iin the United States for a period of five years ending in 1912 has I Just made its appearance and is one of the moat forcible arguments in favor of trades unions that has ever been Issued Organized labor has accomplished splendid results In increasing the value of work and the union is shown to be a leading factor In the muchtobedeslred more equitable distribution of wealth The data is especially in I teresting and timely in view of the nationwide agitation of professional fomenters of strife The Industrial Tollers are gradually approaching conditions which may eventually prove satisfactory to all concerned The eenso of Justice Is not totally extinct on earth and it is by acting In accordance with this that the present status may be benefited and beII Improved There is no need JustI yet for the utter destruction of theI I existing order by means oJ1he social revolution Denver Catholic Register I IThe how many Catholic editors under the new IncomeI tax law ABOUT MUD SLINGING The Catholic and Protestant churches areas far apart In matters I as the sun and the moon It is im possible for us to concede one pointI unityProtestantsmore broadminded and we think that we are Some day we are all going to be In one fold again But neither of us can hasten that day WhenloneJeopardy But why must we for ever be picking out flaws In one another The fairminded man must admit that we both have been guilty of downright bigotry at times Each side naturally thinks it has been the more lenient When Christian unity does come it win come on the strength of Christs own teachings It will not come IBe cause members of one church can say more ugly things than the mem bers of the other Knowing what we do about the teachings of our church we as Catholics should not be afraid to let her stand on merit not controversy Catholic Register LEGITIMATE RECREATION The Catholic church does not throw a wet blanket over the amusements of her people She delights In seeing Irlem entertain and recreate themselves She simply asks her men and women to see that their recreation is innocent and clean Patronize she says If you will the clean play and stay away from the jmmoral one If our united strength were properly handled not a theatrical manager would enter tain the thought of producing a shady show He looks for profit Simply let him know that immoral plays do not pay and we will never hear of them again Brooklyn Tab let VALUABLE DONATIONS i The Catholic University Is re foiced that new statues of Ouri Blessed Mother and St Joseph have been donated to the chapel of Gib bons Hall also a new sanctuary sdlthatwith the necessary religious furn- itureA kind benefactress has donated 11 handsome ostensorium and another has given a beautiful clbOrlumiTURKEY PRIZESII I At the euchre and lotto to be given I by the Young Ladles Sodality of St j chns church next Tuesday evening i 11 1 Trinity Y1t I Hall a dozen tur j keyswlll be awarded during the course of the evening and a large rowd Is expected to be on hand to try and obtain one of theee useful birds for Thanksgiving dinner The young ladles In eliRrge bars secured many walugbfeprlpeal for thi affair I r SOGIETY- 4yQf 1 a eee Miss Mary Mckenna of Fairfield visited friends here the past week Mrs Anna Mattlngly was last week In Owensboro Disking Mr and Mrs J B Cruse Miss Edith Malone entertained at bridge on Thursday in honor of Miss Louise Shelley Mrs Rosa Ansback is again mak Ing her home here having recently returned from Chicago Mrs Edward Sweeney of South Louisville left last week for a visit to relatives In Nashville Miss Margaret Murphy of CIncin nati is the guest of Miss Margaret Malone on Willow avenue I Miss Ella Kearns of South Louisville was the weekend guest of Miss Mary Mallon at her home In Park landMiss Rose Muth has been visiting- In Ellzabethtown the guest of her cousins Misses Minnie and Dora White Mrs William W McGee and little son Robert are home from Clark where they visited Mr and Mrs W T Lynch Mr and Mrs Thomas Lynch had as guests the past week Mrs J M Lynch and Miss Katherine Lynch or West Point Mr and Mrs L Bertrand Relll have Just returned from their bridal tour and are living temporarily at 951 South Seventh street I Leo F Jaglowlcz and wife who have been spending the past year In Arkansas and the West returned last week and will make this city their home The many friends of Miss Nell Long will be glad to learn that she Is recovering from a very serious operation at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital George L Wentzell and bride whose marriage took place In St Louis are home from their wedding trip and receiving their friends at 2123 Portland avenue Mrs Bernard Sheridan and Mrs James Conner ot Newark Ohio re turned home Monday after a visit to Mrs Sheridans son W F Sheridan and Mrs Sheridan in Walden place Dr Forest Black son of Dr J J Black the druggist who has been located In Seattle for several years was here on a visit this past week and left for Vienna where he will take a two years course in a prominent hospital Mr and Mrs G W Goff of Beechmont announce the engage ment of their daughter Miss Ermine Goff to Emmett Byrne of Louis ville The wedding will take place Thanksgiving at St Leos church Highland Park with a nuptial high mass at 9 oclock a m Miss Clara Conley daughter of Mrs Maggie Conley 647 East Jacob street and Edward Poole of London England were married Friday night at 830 oclock at St Johns church the Rev Father Schuhmann officiating The ceremony was followed by a reception at the home of the bride Mr and Mrs Poole have gope to housekeeping and are at home at 979 South Third street Miss Mary Mallon entertained at a miscellaneous shower Saturday afternoon for Miss Bertha J Weiss She was assisted in receiving by Mrs N W Bywater and Misses Esther Wilkes and Mary Louise Lebre Following were the guests Misses Elizabeth Schulz Marie Harprlng Cecilia DIscher Mae Boyle Emma Mayer Margaret Mc Call Mary Emma Weber Lena Greenwell Bertha Weber Mina Ohr Trula Bowman Olevla Weiss Etta McAtee Agnes Wellington Agatha Schueler Elsie Harprlng Mesdames John Weiss Louis Fossee Jos Fon tana George Finch Ed Wolff A Mallon Martin Weber Alfred Gries haber C R Mannerman Charles Krebs Louis Zender- THANHSGIIING FESTIVAL The ladles of the Altar Society of St Patricks church will entertain with a big Thanksgiving festival on Thursday and Friday November 27 and 28 with euchre and lotto on each venlnelatstreets In addition the ladles have Arranged to serve a turkey dinner on Thanksgiving day from 4 to 8 p mI which Is sure to be a big attraction InI itself ARCHBISHQP SPALDING Most Rev John Lancaster Spalding of Peoria will on November 24 observe his golden Jubilee of ordina tion The celebration is in the hands of the Knights of Columbus who put aside their annual Columbus day commemoration until that date A public banquet will be given at the Coliseum and the Knights are preparing to entertain the most distinguished company Ity since the Arch bishop celebrate the twentyfifth nniversary of his elevation to the episcopate STl COLTJMBA EUCHRE f A euchre and lotto for the benefit o St Colunjbas church will be given it the school hall next Friday after soon and evening the afternoon amesnt 230 and the evening games at Si 15 oclock St Columbas school hall Is located at 3514 West tarket street STRAWS MILL SOLD The Straws Mill Rodand Gun Club have sold tlielr property taaaoring pictureI concern which will JM the place to make moving pie ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sickness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection lures for the M and C Film Com pany a large company of actors and horses to be brought there for pro duction of Indian and Western pictures John IF Oetken of New Albany one of the Directors of the Rod and thin Club will give a fare well stag dinner to some of his friends tomorrow afternoon BLESSED OUR SAILORSv A large party of American blueI Jackets was received Wednesday morning In private audience by Pope Plus The men were conducted to- the I Vatican by Capt William Max I well of the battleship Florida and were presented to His Holiness by I RecI reception was held the Papal apartments instead of In the Court i of San Damaso The Pope was robed In white and was accompanied by the major domo of the Vatican and a detachment of Swiss Guards He spoke with the American officers and Imparted to them and to all the men the Apostolic benediction As the sailors left the hall they gave three cheers for the Pope MOCK TRIAL The Literary Committee of Trinity Council Y M I will entertain the members with a mock trial aftdr the meeting of Monday November 24 the meeting to be called at 730 p m I and only necessary routine business transacted The trial will be con ducted like a regular court trial withI othersII court matters The nomination and election of officers will take place at the meeting Monday December 1 SHELLEY LYNCH Mrs James Joseph Shelley has Issued invitations to the marriage of her daughter Miss Louise Shelley to John Francis Lynch on Wednesday morning November 26 at 10 oclock at St Louis Bertrand church A breakfast will follow the ceremony at the home of Mrs Shelley 430 West Oak street THEY GET TEN DAYS Ithlsfallvacations Among those who will be off the last ten days of this GeorgeDonnellanors J M Linton Joseph Hlllerlch and Thomas Cochran CHARITY EUCHRE The Ceclllnn Charity Club an nounces a euchreand lotto party at St Cecilias Hall on the afternoon i and evening of Tuesday November 25 A novel and exciting feature will be the distribution of three dozen turkeys Many handsome prizes will be awardedand for all a I pleasant time is promised The proceeds will be used for charity WALNUT THEATER The Walnut Theater will do a tremendous business next week when the Catholic Knights of Amer ica will have a benefit from Monday I HmoIl and one of the seasons best vaude sellingticketsmeeting with success ALTARS PLACED The artistic and handsome marble altars for the new St James church i Bardstown and Edenslde avenue I arrived from Italy last week and are now In position Father Erie Willett the pastor has almost com pleted arrangements for the dedica tion which will be an event of in terest to Catholics of the entire city ST BRIGHTS I The women of St Brlglds congregation have completed arrangements for a bly euchre and lotto party next Monday afternoon and evening to bo held In the basement of the new church at Baxter and Hepburn ave nue This will be their last affair until after the holidays and tile prizes that will be awarded will make handsome gifts GAYETY THEATER Madame X will be next weeks attraction at the Gayety Theater The well known emotional actress Eugenio Blair will again be seen In the title role Miss Blair will be pleasantly remembered as playing production and an exact reproduction of the original which she used last year roVING COUNTY SCHOOL The county school building recently bought by the Passlonlst fathers Is being moved to the grounds adjoining the monastery on the Newburg road Thjs building vlll serve only as temporary quar tcrs until the new school is erected Father Qletus Brady who Is the head of the Passlonlst here expects- to open the school in January HIBERNIAN DANCE The Emerald Hibernian Social Club will give the next of their series of dances at Utopian Hall next Wednesday evening and L J Meany James iMcTighe James Filben and Thomas Farrell will act as Reception Committee for that butoneafter the holidays DID VALIANT WORK No one In Louisville is more enthusIastic over the recent Demo iratlc victory than Fred Stengel of tIle Central Consumers Company who iincidentally did yeoman service for the ticket hisl influence with the J large body of brewery workers damning many votes I u I n L1I TRANSYLVANIACASUALTY E N Canada GenISupt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building KNlCffi OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere iI Kansas has sixteen District Depu ties I ISt Patricks Council at Parsons Kas made the Jubilee in a body I A Ladles Auxiliary to Council 9 2 has been formed at Manchester N H I Oklahoma Knights are planning 1a fourth degree exemplification 1 h February I Last week the three degrees wer conferred on a class ofeightYfive F Milwaukee I I Many candidates were receive into Knighthood last Sunday a Hammond Ind I Forty candidates received th i third degree last Sunday week a I Geneva Wis Five hundred Knight attended the ceremonies The entertainment given by th Knights of Fort Smith Ark forth benefit of St Josephs Orphanag was a pronounced success The Fourth Degree Assembly a Portland Ore has had a most sue cessful year and now plans a lectur l monthsl th a council held an open meeting to which all Catholic men were Invited Newport and Covington Council will have a Joint exemplification o the first degree tomorrow The second and third will be given the following Sunday The Knights of Amesbury Iowa held a banquet fo which they Invite the Trustees of the Amesbury Publ I thesIgentlemen the formal presentation o IEncyclopediaI Ore th Council will hold an Initiation for class of fifty Some candidates an members will be obliged to trav 100 miles on horseback to be present This Will be the first initiation since Pendleton Council was Insti tuted with fifty charter members QUESTION OF STANDARDS We are assured that this Is Christian nation that while som fifty millions of our population dl I IdealII Christian ideals are becoming ver vague and uncertain for an Increas Ingly large number The standar of Christian morality Is very deflnlt but It Is not the standard accord- Ing to which questions of the day ar Judged by many i The strong tendency of our tim la to substitute for the code of Christian morals a mere standard o natural utilitarianism to Ignore ou relation to God and to set up I standard of right and wrong based 01 I convention or the whim of the mont Religion In Its bearing ups human conduct or upon the questions of the day Is thrust out o sIght These are things with whlc religion has nothing to do we ar told Legisltlve enactment is th only way to reach them I Meanwhile legislative enactment are piling up mountain high and reI I peopllIDivorces Increase steadily and th marriage bond becomes a subject c Jest Unclean literature finds Its wa Into homes to contaminate the rlsln generation and immoral plays ar presented before shameless audl ences I What are the ideals of those wh advocate openly the Immoralities o divorce Of those who propose tJ reform society by the immoral fad that are now the fashion Chris tlan PerhapsJn a vague way bu their ideal Is never realized in thell standard of conduct That standar Is far below the Christian one It 1II Irreligious and pagan Yet some talk of reforming soclety without religion They are not sin core or else they deceive themselves Society can never be saved wlthou religion If history teaches anything it is that pagan civilization was mor ally bankrupt when Christianity wa first preached In Greece and Rome Now we are asked to substitute for the Christian standard a standard that Is no higher than that of thE pagans of two thousand years ago If nt Is equivalent to asking us to returi to paganism True Voice DEMOCRATS RECREATING Knightandat Tampa Fla resting up after their arduous campaign labors Senator Knight Is sure to be one of the big men at Frankfort this com ing session DEFEAT EASTERN TEAMS Notre Dame University again triumphed over tie East when its football team defeated Pennsylvania State College last Friday at State College in a fast and furious game 14 to 7 Not until the defeat of the Army and Pennsylvania State was Notre Dame considered to be a team ot championship caliber From the Damemusttleading teams In the country UNIVERSITY COLLECTION The annual collection for the Catholic University for 1912 amounted to 9666670 about 7000 more than the previous year for which generosity on the part of tho Catholic faithful the university Is deeply grateful It Ufa this sup port on the part of our people which aids the university in these years to meet the heavy demands made upon It by the great increase of students and professors and the equally great need of new buildings and new equipment I r 1 2icnsitsII The Wonderful Levys Special at o t 0l- d t PUREWOOL SUITS e TWO PAIRS OF PANTS WITH EVERY SUIT t a Heres the most extraordinary suit o bargain known to the clothing 0o trade Purewool wellmade suits t with TWO pairs of pants for 10 One of the famous Levys Spe tcials New llot just in Get e YOURS before they all get away 1 LEVYS1 Thirdand ef New Mexico Texas and Oklahoma Land e SALEei J No Land Syndicate or Colonization Company- ON ROCK ISLAND RAILROAD Farm of 629 acres eightroom frame house barns and wells to supply 3 000 head of stock Situated one and threequarter miles a from Dalhart Texas a town of 3000 inhabitants two banks six e churches including Roman Catholic high school two railoads D moving picture house opera house Fine climate Price 2100 s per acre PAUL HENRY Dalhart TexasB t Reference as to AgentBank of Fairfield Fairfield Ky y y WEWANTVOUR WORK Were Prepared to Do It Promptly lerI n n PRINTINGh e Cards Billrs Circulars Dodgers Etc v Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty 946tY g e KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 010 wxsarr GREEN STREET 0f 0 B GAYETY THEATER d On W ek Commencing Sunday Matinee B EUGENIE BLAIR And Her Excellent Company in the Well Known Dra- maMADAME X s Her presentation of this great play will prove a source of pleasure to thea tergoers who demand the best I PKIOBB Sunday Matinee lOc SSc I5o and BOc Tuesday Thursday and Satur day Matinees 1000 seats at lye Night loc 26c SSc EOo and 76e WALNUT ST THEATER jiOc VAUDEVILLE AND loc FEATURE PHOTO PLAYS 1 to 5307 to 11 Vaudeville Bill changed Sunday and Thursday Photo Plays changed every day 50000 CATHOLIC CHILDREN are BOW rending the Child Apostle Ulan monthly magazine of twenty tour pages of storiesi pictures etc just for the children It costa only twentyfive coots a year Isnt your boy or girl worth having a little magazine all their own Send tweatyflvo cents la coin or stamps for a years subscription or ask for a sample copy Address TUB CHILD APOSTLE 1188 McCormick Bide Chicago HI LEAVES NOTRE DAME Prof Rolland Adelsperger recently reelected to the Presldfency of the Indiana Chapter American Institute of Architects by a unanimous vote has resigned his chair of architecture In the University of Notre Dame to accept a more Important position la a Westerk Institution He has been Inylted to become a corresponding member of the Societe Archaeologe de France a co Market 06 FO ar0on HOllIST AU- TMwuu t Volz Michael 336 West Market St When you buy Emer sons you know you are stylesFurthermore that smart custom ap pearance which is foundIonly in other shoesLo k two costing times to fro mII I M REICHERT FOR CLOTH GLASS OR ANY KIND OF O SIGNSArtistic Decorations Etc Call Home Phone City 2905 CENTRAL FURNITUREE CO Incorporated N W Cer Third sad flreen its We tarnish the home cam plate os easy payments WM CALUIHAN Mir SaN Dst I a S T r gENTUOKYI JRrSH AMERIOAN nOSUE PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS i 822 East Main Street THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 0 Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions ori Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810iiIt t tsstsssststttt t + +t t DOUGHERTY McELLIOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH HO3VBJS Cumb Main 2908a Home City 2008 OL- DFORTTJNArBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS 1 1 + 1 1 1 1 i+ ss+111a+Hso+ 1 18+ FINBJ WINES CHAMPAGNES I AL E1OLB323 West Green LIQUORS Streetii oJ z IH I t I t I I I 11 101 I 1 I H t II I I I 1 I I DR J Te CHAWK i iVeterinary Infirmary t713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TeliphSMtCwRb S 299t HOM City 2399 I K Y BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE HL McKenna Distiller Fairfield ffy OI All the late and sew Style and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see u- sHERRMANN BROS IMPORTKRS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers aid Wholesale Deal ers ik Flint Brands of KM iwky WhlldeePecla- UyPearl of Nelson OTTLJDIHJioIfI 1 TtMlt4IY SMttXTHITMET BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Planes 223 tits jremr bye aa c4ao Moa that will myftr tkm tat 1U ST XAVIERS COLLEGE li W VrwUwfty loatartU JSj eteenClaaMealcn Freyaratevr DwrUiat Large OrIHIIoMr r 0 i DAVID I WALSH r David I Walsh Is the first Catholic to lie elected Governor of Massachusetts That he will make good his friends do not doubt That Demo crats will make unreasonable demands on him during the next twelve months there Isnt any doubt but Mr Walsh Is a levelheaded gentle man who showed that he knows how tr control himself and others during his long and trying campaign for Governor A man who can so con duct himself as he did all through an exciting campaign refusing to be turned back on his march to the State House by carping critics and opponents who tried to trap hIm and ensare him into a political row maybe trusted to handle himself with consummate skill in the peaceful I year ahead of him on Beacon Hill Mr Walsh Is very fortunate in having at his side a Lieutenant Governor who knows tho wants and aspirations of the common people as well as Edward P Barry Mr Walsh himself grew up among the common people and Is the flower of a flock of eleven children reared as Godfearing good living conscientious people The Government of Massachusetts is nearer the people today than it has been since the fathers founded the Commonwealth OYSTER SUPPERk Tickets are going rapidly for the oyster supper and lotto party of the Carnation Club at St Leos Hall Highland Park on Thanksgiving eve afternoon and night November 26 There will be numerous hand some awards and the admission tickets which are only ten cents will entitle the holder to the oysters ALLEN OPENS ANNEX John G Allen well known throughout the West End has ac cepted the position of manager of OMalleys Annex Twentysecond and Duncan Tonight he will have a formal opening and shoat supper to which the public is invited Bud Klotz will be his assistant and they will strive to make their place one of the best in the city- QUARANTINED On account of a few mild cases of smallpox at St Edwards Hospital the place was on Wednesday placed under quarantine by the New Al bany health authorities and visitors are not admitted The patients have been Isolated and it is believed that a spread of the disease in the institution can be prevented- ELTZABETHTOWN The date for the marriage of Miss Jessamine Hihn and Emmett Mc Namara popular residents of Elizabethtown has been fixed for November 25 The ceremony will bei solemnized at St James church In that city INSTALLED OFFICERS The newly elected officers of New Albany Council iK of C were In stalled at a largely attended meet- ingl Wednesday night District Dep uty J W Klapheke of Louisville conducted the installation cere monies DEDICATION Right Rev Bishop Maes will dedi cate the new St Patricks parochial school in Covington on Sunday No vember 30 The services will take place in the morning followed by high mass St Patricks has now one of the finest school buildings In Kentucky MDERMOTT NOW GOVERNOR Gov McCreary left Monday to spend a week on his plantation near Selma Ala and therefore Lieut Gov McDermott is for the present the Chief Executive of Kentucky Gov McDermott left Tuesday for Frankfort CATHOLIC GOVERNORS The election of Gov Walsh adds GOVjernorllor New York Dunn fiveGlynnI PothIer of Rhode Island Monaghan of chusetts Delaware and Walsh of Mama WHY THE STARS TWINKLE Perhaps you remember that In youth some kindly elder soul took you Into the darkness of some glori ous summer night and pointed out the stars and planets telling you glibly enough that the unwinking star overhead was a planet while that blue one down there which twinkles was a star The fact that planets shone only or mainly with reflected light while the stars burned was supposed to explain the twinkling as against the stead fast radiance Even this young Illusion Is dispelled by a British scientist who says The twinkling of the stars Is chiefly an effect pro duced In our atmosphere upon the waves of light It is due to currents and strata of air of different densities Intermingling and floating past each other through which the light passes to the eye It Is seen much more In cold than In warm weather and near the horizon more than overhead The tome effect may be seen by looking out of a window over a hot radiator or at a candle held on the other side of a hot stoveso that one must look through a body of highly heated air at the candle flame The llama will be seen to wave and quiver The asdifferentdensitiestwinkling of the stars Is a sign of a change In weather e MOOR BAKED CHICKEN Take one and one halfpounds of small pork chops Then make a dressing of one pint of bread crumbs one egg onehalf cup of milk one tablespoon of onion chopped fine sage calt and pepper to taste Between two chop place a thick layer of dressing tying the two chops together with string Put into a baking pan with a little water cover and bake one and one half hours bMtlng frequently Serve with gravy made from juice j 0 rc y SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- 1DIVISION m 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu Ick Financial Secretary Joseph War rollTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArosHenry MoDer mottSentinelJohn Keant DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and PortlandIPresIdentHugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P Price Financial SecretaryJohn J Hes fjlon Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArms John J East Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H HennessyI Vice President Thomas Lynch Fljnanclal Secretary Thomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far eILSentinelM J McDermott YO M I MACION COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank Q Adams First Vice President Qeo Thorn tonSecond Vice PresIdentJohn J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording Secretary John R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry f Klbbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat I FOR WOMANS EYE Just at present smallheaded hat pins are In mode Thef fashion for Vivid colors Is not as dominant as it was Many of the latest hats are trimmed simply with moire ribbon These is more variety in the fabrcs and colors used for coat suits this year than for years past This is a season of elaboration In trimmings One find hand work touches on almost everything made in the clothes line The jersey petticoat is the most flexible and therefore the most practical sort for use with frocks ofII i the present making Of the most becoming new sashes I are those which mold the waist and cross at the back with long ends drawn forward and tied low at the ISolidI elegance a or gown This is being much used I this year both in selftones and in colorsWith iI the appearance of the falls styles the sash has suffered apparently i no diminution of public favor and its forms are more varied and alluring that ever before Surely nothing is more durable than corduroy so the woman who is looking for something both In good style and economical can do no bet ter than to choose corduroy i Another trimming popular this season is embroidery in color or net Be sure to Keep the coloring soft that Is have gray rather than grass greens for the foliage and not too vivid shades for the flowers CARELESS MOTHERS So many mothers fill the little mInds of their youngsters with a bodge podgo of Information super stition fear and ideas way over their heads and then wonder at the mental ohaos that follows In later years They think It makes no difference I what they put Into a little childs thought so long as it Is a story t but It makes all the difference In the I I worldMothers are so careless about what their children read thinking that If i they go to the library and get a bootf that any book will do This is a geat I mistake It the mother would direct I I ImpresslonI I I tion for the very color of the future life of her childII I Not only public libraries pernicious but also I many from the Sundayschool librarI- es With the magnificent stories of the classics at hand one need not I needI10ve1Theand If the mothers only realized it more fully It Is all In their power to plant ideals that will blossom v right along through future years Better even than Ideals there Is the broad ening of the Imagination the sugges klndnessIwhicht STAY AT HOME Fewer Germans emigrated to other lands lat year than In any year since 18711t1ienumbertketatberlaBdJbeing 18S4S TIlE CELTIC CROSS In many parts of Ireland there art Icrgo stone crosses which were erect ed in tho early days of Christianity when the missionaries and scholars of Erin carried the light of the gospell to many parts of Europe Scenes from the Old and New Testaments are carved on some of the crosses while on others the drawings are purely symbolical and oven the most learned archaeologists have been un able to decipher them The one peculiar feature of the Celtic cross is the circle which crosses its arms A pretty legend is told of the or igin of this cross One time when St Patrick visited the monastery of St Brigid the venerable Abbess begged him to remain and celebrate mass for the nuns in the morning St Patrick consented but he found that he had overlooked bringing he paten St Brlgld felt very sad and tears filled her eyes as she knelt on the steps of the altar God heard the prayers of the saint and sent an angel to her bearing a golden paten Brlgld immediately sent for St Pat rick who said the mass using the angels paten In the center of the paten was a cross and circle and St Brlgtd asked St Patrick to explain the meaning of the symbol The cross said St Patrick tolls the story of mans redemption and the happy eternity for which he was destined has like the circle no end The circle Is sometimes used as a symbol of God having no beginning nor ending From this time the rlsh used the cross and circle in eying remembrance of the great saints who did so much for them Pilot RAISED LARGE AMOUNT The twelve days campaign to raise funds for the new addition to St Josephs Hospital at Yonkers N Y came to an end with 122284 subscribed VISIT FROM BISHOP Archbishop Christie of Portland Ore was a visitor at Notre Dame University Notre Dame Ind while n his way from the Catholic Mission ary Congress held In Boston the last week in October CATHOLIC INDIANS There are In the United States 100000 Catholic Indians Four hundred Sisters 170 priests 100 brothers and 100 Indian catechIsts are engaged In missionary work among the aboriginesSIGNIFICANT In his address before the great Catholic Missionary Congress at Boston Mayor Fitzgerald said It is with no little pride that I welcome you to a city which has no vice problem as vice problems are known elsewhere It is significant that Boston is 60 per cent Catholic has a Catholic Mayor and a Catholic Police Commissioner LET SOCIALISTS OUT One of the very noticeable results of the recent elections was the al most complete elimination of the Socialists they not polling enough votes to be entitled to party recog nition There wore four Socialists In the last City Council at Colum bus Ohio but in the new body there will be none- NOTRE DAME The regular meeting of the con ference of the priests will be held on Thursday November 20 In Holy Gross Seminary Notre Dame Ind The programme will consist of the reading and discussing of papers on Constantine the Great the edict of Milan the confession of nuns and the rubrics of requiem masses HOOKS MADE CHEAP IAt the recent Missionary Congress In Boston the Christian Press Asso elation 26 Barclay street New York formed of over 2000 Bishops and priests founded to spread Catholic literature at a low price and owners of about 500 publications Offered to send books retailed from 1 to 160 to the whole World at thirty cents each A commission of the clergy chose four different books for this year will select six for next year and so on each year at about this price These books on fine paper bound in cloth are up to the standard in all respects and each has from 300 to 500 pages The books chosen are Temples of the Eternal Wonders of the Universe The Church of God on Trial and Religions of the World MAGNIFICENT CATHEDRAL j The 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proceeds to be used for the new Hibernian building The Knights of Columbus Glee Club and St Marys Academy or chestra will assist at the Hibernian Patriots day celebration on Novem ber 23 at Portland Ore The best way to give our State of ficers recognition for their good work Is to double the membership Can you not secure one candidate before the next State convention 1 Dont forget tho euchre and dance ol Division 2 next Thursday night at the hall at Thirteenth and Oak The exhibition of Irish Jig and reel danc ing will be worth going miles to see Remember the open meeting and reunion of Division 1 next Tuesday night Members are requested to bring their families as there will be entertainment and plenty of re freshments for all Monday night Division 3 will hold Its regular meeting and there is reason to expect a large attendance The business will be of unusual In terest and will be added to by Incidents of an exceedingly gratifying characterThere was a great Hibernian gathering Saturday night In Minne apolis when the members of that city entertained the divisions of St Paul Hon D W Lawler and Na tional Treasurer Maloney were pres ent and delivered addresses The anniversary of the execution of the Irish patriots Allen Larkin and OBrien will be observed with appropriate ceremony by the united divisions of St Paul Minn on Mon day November 24 Former Mayor D W Lawler will deliver the prin cipal address The Ladles Auxiliary met Wednesday night with a large attendance Much interest was taken In the reports of the committees in charge of the Thanksgiving day matinee reception dance at Schrei bers Hall the sale of tickets already assuring a gratifying success MOTION PICTURES By an arrangement witTT Manager Hilton there will be a special pre sentation of motion pictures at the Walnut Theater In which the Cath olic Knights of America will be the beneficiaries The manager has se cured films never seen here before and they will start Monday after noon with changes during the week The admission will be only ten cents but in order that the Central Committee derive the benefit tickets should be purchased from the Catholic Knights or whore they have been placed on sale They will be good for any performance from Monday up to and Including Saturday night The Walnut Is one of the best motion picture houses to be found anywhere and will be found well worthy a visit next week NEW ALBANY A mission was begun in St Marys church in New Albany last Sunday morning by two eloquent members of the Franciscan prder Fathers Flavian and Vincent This week the mission Is being conducted for the women members of the congregation and all others who care to go Commencing tomorrow the mission will be devoted to the men of St Marys congregation which is one of the largest in Southern Indiana the Rev William F Selbertz being the rector It is expected that every member of the congregation will make the mission and also gain the Jubilee Indulgence incident thereto On last Sunday evening the two weeks mission conducted at Holy Trinity church of which the Very Rev Charles Curran Is rector was concluded with the blessing of a mission cross The Redemptorlst fathers Fitzgerald and Polk con ducted this mission and it doubt less resulted In great spiritual good There are about 4000 Catholics in New Albany and by the end of next week practically all of them will have made the mission and also conformed to the regulations for gaining the jubilee indulgence The Catholics of New Albany exert a very great influence fqr good in that community They are all practical Catholics and live up to the teach ings of the church with commendable regularity SEOURE SPECIAL MUSIC The Windthorst Socials composed of the young people of St Philip Neris parish announce that their last danco until after the Christmas holidays will be given at Windthorst Hall next Thursday night For this occasion three special pieces of dance music have been secured and will be heard here for the first time The affairs thus far given by this organization have been well conducted and successful and are much appreciated by the young men and women of that section of the atty8- UCCESSFLTL UNIVERSITY The University of Santiago Chile a free Catholic university op ned in 1889 which is not yt complete in all faculties has property valued at 1000000 Attending iU courier pi law math matlo kgrlculturt eft g1n rngf aie aril about 709 students andoer fifty yrofeataorL ltd Institute of Humanities has an attendance of Vver 400 with forty four professors Its library numbers oyer 70000 volumes EDWARD SIACKEY Though not unexpected the news of the death of Edward Mackey at noon on Monday spread rapidly and caused a feeling of gloom to per vade In all parts of the city Ed ward Mackey was Secretary of the Detective Department a member of the law firm of Mackey Mackey and was one of the most widely known young men In Louisville For the past six months he had been In declining health and since Sep tember has been unable to perform his official duties He was thirty tour years of age and a native of LouisvilleThe was Secretary of the local Detective Department during the past three years He formerly was Secretary for six years to Congressman Swagar Sherley at Wash tngton iHe was a graduate of Columbia University New York the Jefferson School of Law Louis ville and the University of Louisville He was well known locally as an attorney and ardent Democrat It was his expressed Intention to quit the Detective Department and practice law next year but the In tervention of illness from which he never recovered prevented this Mr Mackey is survived by his mother Mrs Mary Mackey one brother Lawrence J Mackey and lour sisters Josle Lillie Mamie and Vlrgie The funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Charles Borromoo church Rev Father Raffo being the celebrant of the high mass of requiem and in the funeral sermon he paid a tribute to the memory of the deceased that left its Impress on the hundreds who filled the church To the bereaved heartfeltBANQUETS FOR GALLAHAN Col P H Callahan now Presi dent of the National Paint 011 and Varnish Association returned Sun day morning from a trip to the Pacific Coast Leaving Louisville on October 21 he visited Chicago Grand Rapids San Francisco Los Angeles Salt Lake City Denver Kansas City and St Louis and everywhere he was received with marked honors the best paint being used for him everywhere His Denver admirers gave a compli mentary in tils honor at the Denver Athletic Club at which John B Hughes was toastmaster In the other cities named there were ban quets arid receptions at which Col Callahan was ttye honor guest GREET FATHER OHLE The people of St Martins congre gation were pleased to greet their pastor Rev Father Ohio last Sun day morning after his absence of a month In Baltimore where he writ summoned to the deathbed of his cousin Sister Mary Alfrleda of the Notre Dame order Father Ohio was accompanied by Miss Mary Hager a sister of the dead religious and the Inst surviving member of the fam ily who makes her home at St Martins IIM EXCITING DAY Dan Weber the popular West End grocer had an exciting day Thursday when he prpclalmed him self King of the Hill and gave ex tra weights and double steaks to his patrons Investigation revealed that Dan exleader of the Mackin Bachelor Club had become the father of a handsome baby boy and Ince he has had to take a few days oft to receive the congratulations of his friends and recover from the Joyful effects of the visit of the Stork SUFFERS PAINFUL INJURY Deputy Sheriff Joe Ludwig suf fered the fracture of two ribs and painful Injuries at noon Wednesday when he was thrown across the aisle of a Shelby street car at Third and Market when the car Jumped the tracks While other passengers were shaken the Deputy Sheriff was the only one hurt He was re moved to his home 726 East Gray street where he will be confined for some time His friends will be glad to learn that his Injuries will not prove permanent and that he is restfugeasy CHARITY SUPPER The ladies of the Blessed Sacra went church of which the Rev Dan- Iel lOSulllvan Is the zealous and worthy pastor will serve a supper next Wednesday and Thursday even Ings in theold church building Washington and Buchanan streets the prpceedi of which will be devoted to charitable purposes From 5 to 8 the supper will be served The ladies have arranged for a number of Interesting attraction and promise to make botH evenings pleasant and fcnJoyabU for those who attend Itfo nwdltM to IlL the upper will be a bcuntaoua and palatable one 3I- t x IRELAND Record of the MostImportant of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A Catholic burying ground for the people of Balllnamallard district hay been consecrated by the Most Rev Dr McKenna Bishop of Clogher The Lurgan hoard of Guardians has granted increases In the sal aries of Mr and Mrs J H ONeill master and matron of the work houseA man named John Dwyer a merchant of Terenure a suburb of Dublin cut the throats of his two children and afterward committed suicide The strike In the building trade In Derry which has been prolonged for close on three months has ended increased wages being grantedAt meeting of the Bnlllnnsloe Board of Guardians T J Gill son of the Clerk was appointed Assistant Clerk to the Guardians and Council at a salary of 500 a year The body of Thomas Kavanagh aged thirtyfive of Goole was dis covered In the Grand Canal at Mon asterevan He was employed at Messrs Jamesons mait house Bally kellyTho sudden death of S P Smyth pf Ballybay has caused a sensation In the district He retired to bed In his usual good spirits and was found dead in bed by his son the following morningAt competitive examination among candidates from North and MidTipperary Denis Ryan a pupil of the Thurles Christian Brothers schools was awarded a university scholarship valued at 750 It is reported that the lands of Ballella near Ballyvaughan County Clare belonging to the C D Board have peen cleared by cattle drivers and that a search extending over two days has failed to find the stock driven off- Much regret will be felt for the death which occurred at the Pre sentation Convent Maryborough of Mother Mary Stanislaus Clutterbuck eldest daughter of the late Samuel Clutterbuck of Ardflnan County TIpperaryAfter service of fiftyone years I Dr Thomas Leary tendered his res ignation to the Castlederg Guardian of the position of dispensary medical officer of Castlederg district Tho board accepted the resignation witn great regret The death has occurred of Patrick Doyle Maudllnstown father of the Rev P A Doyle O S A Novitiate College Orlogh and of Sister M St Cyr St Pauls Convent BIrming- ham and of Miss M E Doyle Good Shepherd Convent Limerick The death of T OConnor Bros nan Castlelsland removes one of the most esteemed residents In Kerry and the Intelligence has been received with deep regret through out the county He took a prom inent part In the agitations on behalf of the tenants The tenants on the estate of D G Fitzgerald Turlough Park Cas tlebar have heard with delight that tho Congested Districts Board have purchased the estate the landlord reserving the family residence and demesne and only a few acres of untenanted land The profession has taken place at St Johns Convent of Mercy Birr of Miss Nellie Maher In religion Sister Mary Genevieve daughter of Michael Maher cattle dealer of Nenagh and also the reception of Miss Della Gaynor daughter of the late Edward Gaynor Nenagh- In what is probably the first caso of the kind legal proceedings have been instituted against the Bally mahon Council by J Fee Kllglass to recover a laborers plot acquired on the ground that as required by law a cottage was not built on it within a period of two years It Is a test case TRINITY COUNCIL There was a very good attendance at Monday nights meeting of Trinity Council Y M I and there was con siderable disappointment when It was learned that because of illness Benedict Elder would not deliver his address Announcement was mado that everything was progressing nicely toward the Joint initiation to bo held in New Albany In January and the Membership Committee reported that Indications are for an other record breaking class to be put In by Trinity The obligation was administered toa goodsized class that had been recruited in the past few weeks This was done of course to allow the applicants the privileges of the club house between now and the initiation The Social Club re ported that the two last dances of the fall season will take place on two big holidaysThanksgiving and New Tears everand IUs the Inten tion to make them a glorious all around success I HOSPITAL EUCHRE The friends of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital have prepared for an elaborate euchre and lotto party to take place at the hospital next Thursday afternoon and even Ing Gold pieces will be awarded as prizes and for those who spend the supper hour there the Sisters will serve a dainty luncheon Mother Huberta and the ladles in charge extend an invitation to all friends of the hospital to be present SOCIAL CLUB DEBATE The Young Mens Social Club will hold their weekly debate at their club house 717 Oldham street next Monday evening the subject of debate to be Resolved That the Intervention of the United States is the Proper Solution of the Mexican Question The public Is invited WHEN FIRES RAGE 0In general It may be stated that the most dangerous forget fire middleII I I H il HIzJ 10 111oIHI U UIII UII II JuI ++ U It ESTABLISHED N SON INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons ShoesIThe 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 vici kid priced according to size Sizes 8 12 to 11 palr17Sizes 1112 to 2 pair200Si-zes 212 to 5 12 pair2G0Se- cond FloorJ Bacon Sons zzo 11111 1110111 11 Ii U + JaI There may be differentmakes of shoes there may be higherpriced shoes 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