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PATRONIZE SeconduJ VOLUME XXXINO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS T HAPPILY r Celebrated Was the Fortieth An iiivcrsary of Division 1 A O H Honored by Presence of StateIa and County Presidents and Ladles Eloquent Addresses Irish Songs and Music Lunch and Dancing OLD fTIMES WERE RECALLED Last Tuesday was a red letter day for the Hibernians of the Falls Cities for It marked the celebration of the fortieth anniversary of the organization of Division 1 Much enthusiasm marked the arrival of State President P J Welsh County President William J Connelly the Ladles Auxiliary and delegations from the other local divisions who packed Falls City Hall to the doors President Tom Tarpy and Messrs Charles Finegan Walter Cusick Joe Farrell and Thomas Lawler al ways active and eneregtlc are to be congratulated on their efforts on arranging sucb a creditable pro gramme and celebration for the anniversary of the first body of the grand old order instituted in Louis villeDuring its long existence Division 1 has engaged in many undertakings and activities along the lines of progress and has established a record to be proud of Despite tho ravages of the Grim Reaper its membership has continued true to the principles of the order friend ship unity and Christian charity Ind today stands as strong as ever in Its history with an encouraging outlook for the future President Tarpy who presided and was most happy In his introductions was proud of having the honor of welcoming the State and county officers to the anniversary celebra tion of Division 1 expressing the hope that all would enjoy the treat prepared for them A lively over ture by the Kilkelly orchestra opened the festivities and whewj MT1f i duced there was a hearty round of applause The State President fon some time dwelt on the JgtfpSiTdoTO work done by the PganizatIon Ha also discussed the evils resulting meetingsJ2Jfutlonreached In concluding he compli mented Division 1 on its history and hoped all would live ten years to celebrate Its golden jubilee County President Connelly said he came with no intention of delivering an address but his words stirred his hearers to enthusiasm With I candor and sincerity he declared h that the County Board and the membership were never more united He urged more frequent social meet Ings where the evenings may be d passed pleasantly and profitably and commended the social clubs of Divisions 3 and 4 and the activities of the Ladles Auxiliary The mem bers of the mother division he said had a glorious record one they should strive to continue Master Robert Seymour the blind boy pianist made the hit ofs the evening when he sang Peg o My Heart and each time he went to the piano he evoked rounds of applause and was forced to respond to the hearty encores Tim Lyons who is the oldest member of the order In Louisville and the only living charter member of Division 1 was next called upon and made what he said was his first speech Mr Lyons briefly reviewed the his tory of Division 1 since 1873 when the first meetings were held in the Cathedral Hall He also mentioned the names and paid tribute to the founders of the order here Recognizing the Ladles Auxiliary as the better part of the Ancient Order Chairman Tarpy called upon Mrs Dan Dougherty and Miss Mary Corcoran who tendered the con gratulations of the officers and mnmbers of the Louisville auxiliary They declared the auxiliary waif always doing something and Urged all the men to induce their wives sisters and sweethearts to Join with them They also Invited the as semblage to their Thanksgiving matinee dance and reception next Thursday afternoon James Barry Introduced as the godfather of Hibernian and Martin J Cusick as their grandfather cited numerous instances of the benefits derived from membership They also urged quarterly general meetings for reunion and exchange of views and a special Interest In the history of the order now being written William M Higgins and Thomas Walsh were the last speak ers ttoe latter speaking with his usual vIm and declaring that the charity that has been quietly and unostentatiously dispensed by the local divisions of the Ancient Order I was beyond accounting Among the pioneer members present were noted Daniel McCarthy now Vice President Thomas Keenan David OConnell James Moore Thomas Cleary Thomas Shelley and several whO names escaped the writer The evenings entertainment concluded with a dainty luncheon of Ice cream cakes sandwiches etc with llghi efreshnentf and fTarpys I Havana whips wereaeoedIJl abundance For a while there was dancing to the lively strains of the c KI llldelllheardwere i jIj r KENTuCKY IRISH AMERICAN and appreciation of Division 1 for Its generous hospitality MASS IN HALL Rev Father Thomas A York pastor of St Pauls church which was badly damaged by fire on Tuesday of last week announced at the masses for his parish In St Philip Nerls church on Sunday that work of raising funds for the erection of a now building to take the place of the old structure at Jackson and Kentucky streets will be started at once It was also announced that until further notice St Pauls con gregation will hear mass at 6 7 and 30 oclock In St Pauls Hall adjoining the burned church An al tar will be erected and arrangements made to accommodate the homeless congregation until their church is restored For Father York there is widespread sympathy and already a number of subscriptions have been offered to help lighten the heavy burden resulting from the fire ORPHAN LINEN SHOWER Sister Mary Martha and the Sis ters of Charity of Nazareth in charge of St Thomas Orphanage on the Bardstown and Newburg roads extend a cordial Invitation to their friends as well as to the friends of the orphan boys to be present at the fourth annual linen shower and entertainment to be given on Thanksgiving day November 27 The entertainment will follow the business programme beginning about 3 oclock Patrons and friends- o the parentless little fellows may easily reach the orphanage by taking t9Cartershort distance Anything in the lino of boys unoerwear ready made waists or material for same stockings handlrrchlefs neckties caps sweaters and crash for towels will be most acceptable MOURN HIS DEATHI The funeral of lames F Gardner aged seventy and for twelve years Councilman from the Ninth wardI was held Saturday morning from the Sacred Heart church attended byI many sorrowing relatives and friends A native of Ireland James Gardner came to Louisville a young man and by thrift and Integrity became widely known in business circles Always a stanch Democrat he was for years active In politics and a strong advocate of Louisvilles advancement Stricken with rheumatism he was years ago compelled tb relinquish his business activities- an for the past eight months he was unable to leave his home atI 01 gazlne treetS rvivln 1 I erly Miss Margaret Garvey three sons Thomas J John E and William T Gardner the latter being aptlan of the No 19 Engine Com pany and five daughters Mrs An drew Meagher Mrs Thomas OMara and Misses Nellie Eleanora and Catherine Gardner GIFT FOR FAIJICII Charles Falk one of the most1 widely known and popular salesmen- In Louisville re6elved the surprise ofE Is life Monday night at the meeting- of the local Salesmens Union of which he Is now the oldest member For years Mr Falk has been an lIn lefatlgable worker for this organization having served In every position within Its gift When the regular outine had been completed the members remained quiet while a silver pitcher and drinking set were Lrought out and presented to Mr Falk as a testimonial for his long and faithful services and membership All present enjoyed the presentation which so overcame him that he was unable to utter hardly a word In making his acknowledgement TURKEYS AND PRIZES A euchre and lotto for the benefit of St Anns church of which the Rev Father John Hill Is pastor wlll be givenat the Catholic Womans Club 615 West Walnut street next Tuesday afternoon andii evening The games will be called at 230 and 8 oclock and to this really enJoyable entertainment the public Is invited Many handsome prizes have been secured and a number of fine young turkeys will be disposed of SISTERS WIN LIBEL SUIT UnpglJudiced Protestant jurors decided In Just two minutes that the Journal of Sllverton Oregon was guilty of libel The suit it will be recalle was brought by the Benedictine Sisters of Mt Angel Oregon A woman named Lasenan had entered the convent as a novice but In a short tlmo made bor escape To a minister of the town she told a story that fairly made the good mans hair stand On end rho Journal was promptly called In and the Juicy morsel was printed with flaming headlines and spread broadcast Prominent cit- IzenS of the place at once urged the Sisters to bring suit and this was finally done When it came to selecting a Jury Catholics and Catholic sympathizers were rigidly excluded From start to finish the defense was of the weakest kind an really amounted to nothing The verdict was as stated above Jt was the only verdict possible for a Jury of unprejudiced gentlemen The Sisters sued for 50000 but they will probably be entirely satisfied with Roosevelttan damages Th Menace hastened to gobble this ric bait and spoiled U lot of poor paper In Its exploitation WefesultI brought against the Aurora muck- heap It probably would crawl behlntf the Journal and Insist that In print lag the story It was inspired by tuc highest motiveAttd had no meant ot knowing that the story wolf un u r THANKSGIVINGir c j Representative Citizens Give Their Reasons For Being Thankful toi Thursdayi 1 j I Next Thursday being Thanksgiv- Ing day and a day of thanks for some of the blessings of the year the following are some of the reasons given representatives of tho Kentucky Irish American The Reading PublicThat Ahe dally papers will contain less football l dope after Thanksgiving day ExMayor Head That he Is known as the citys best of all MayorsMayor BuschemeyerThat he doesnt have the appointment of all municipal offices Lieut Oov McDermott Thankful fcr the many nice things being said about his filling of the Executive chairCols John and Jim Whallon That they still are able to help loyal followers and friends Frank McGrathThat he is be ing regarded as the most successful lical Democratic Chairman County Attorney A Scott Bullltt That he is still the Idol of the boys in the trenches Congressman Swagar Sherley That the Democrats have the best working organization In history j Otho WathenThat he put Louis ville on the baseball map once more I Capt Jim HendricksThankful I for the collection hat without a lining from his political club I William McDevltt tThat ho is j still near the circus grounds Dr John T ChawkThat he went j Into the automobile business I Wharfmaster Frank puganThatthe weather sharps are not predicting I a winter tided John J BarryThat the Fourth and Fifth wards are now safely Democratic I Charley Foster That he will soon be able to show em bow to run a JailDr JW owlerThat the mUl- len dollar hospital is nearing com pletion P S RayBecause aid from his girl deputies enabled him to become County Clerk by a big margin George Schlegel That he is recovering rapidly enough to hold I down the t countY Assorab Y = J fijjtjJcIf County Assessor Ed BarrrIThankful for the nice compliments being paid his office Charley Barker and Jim Fahey That they are now getting much needed sleep lost during the recent campaignWill That his friends true The deVil still has emissaries on this old planet hIsII some of them are camped in CATHOLIC FEDERATION The Catholic Federation at Its regular monthly meeting on Thurs day night of last week had a fair attendance of delegates who meat- a cussed some Very important for the welfare of the organization The one receiving most attention was as to the best plan of Interesting the clergy in the work of the Federation and the spreading of Catholic literature into the homes of the people Heartfelt expres sions of sympathy were extended Col John H Whallen who was reported very 111 and confined to his bed at his home with the prayerful hope for his speedy recovery The question of having a Federation en tertainment was laid over until after the holiday season MAJOR EDWARD BURKE Major Edward J Burke former manyyearsLouisville died Tuesday morning In Rochester N Y where four years ago he Inherited a fortune from his brother Dr J J Burke For thir tyfour years he was a member of the Louisville police force with a record that won him the highest recognition Major Burkes wife died nine years ago and he leaves one son Harry Burke of Rochester and a daughter Mrs C J Elbrlck of Anchorage Patrolman Larry Dunden of the Seventh district Is a brotherinlaw The remains arrived here Thursday and were taken to the chapel of John J Bar rett Sons 822 East Main street the funeral taking place Friday morning from St Frances of Rome I church In Clifton INVITE THEIR FRIENDS The ladles of the Holy Name par iFh South Louisville invite their friends to a euchre and lotto part to bo held In the school hall a Fourth and 0 streets next Tuesday afternoon and evening There will be numerous handsome awards and pleadall who attend VERSAILLES The marriage of Hugh Gormley and Miss Nellie Barry took place at B oclopk Tuesday morning at St eLaos church Versailles the Rev Father W J Rolfe of NIcholasvllle celebrating the nuptial mass an performing the ceremony Mltu Kathleen Barry of Lexington wag maid of honor to the bride andc William Larry was fife best mann A Veddlng breakfast was served at the brides home Fitter the ceremony 1 I tore boosting him for appointment on Board of Safety- Republican Party That they are rid of the fanatics now calling them selves Progressives h The Business Public That the Herald dogsnt come out twice a dayEuchre PiaYQr That there are an abundance of 4 places to try for prizes the Charley McDevittThat his politi cal dope figures came out right j Agricultural Commissioner New nanThankful he came out alive after dabbling In Louisville politics I Samuel Wllhlte4Thankful for the 1 nice testimonials i to the Comp trollers office j I Wood AxtonThankful that the I Bull Moose leader didnt get his cothesL1I Hon Caclt4 Barjett Thankful1 I that he can soon orate In the Legis lature iM William Jx ConnellyThankful- that t the AOHls booming In this county ol tState Senator Sam Robertson t That his district was not confined to the Twelfth ward JoG Dougherty Everett Lanning and Llge MannThat their coaKor ders aro Increasing daily D J Heonessy That his friends are finding out he is in the tailor- Ing business I Billy Repettp That he Is still the I Idol of the Fourth avenue promen aders I Prof jCreager That his business school is obtaining a wide reputa tionRoberti Kaltenbacher That ho Is being mentioned for the Circuit Clerk nomination Andy KastThal he Is still tho class as a spieler for church and 1 charity affairs i Charlie Raldy That there Is a I nice piece of pie coming to him atc the Postofflce 1 HetemIE1anwill be rewarded The Menace= Tkat there are still t a world of dupeaWo read Us gush jq of rcTthati they war wltb3Mexlb6V The PubllcThatJt1ey dont have to hear any mora v null Moose sreeches of the Reno fend Rennessen type Patrolman Tom Fltzglbbons iII That he Is still one of the most popular men in uniform POPE fIUS J 7 Receives the Officers crud Men of the United States aFlcetf IIkIIJ Expresses Satisfaction at Being Able to Greet American ISat Battleship Officers Attend Coronation Anniversary Cer emonlesc AMERICANS RECEIVE BLESSING The Associated Press brings news tbat Pope Plus X last Saturday i received at the Vatican the officers and bluejackets of the United States warships now visiting European I ports The officers were in civilian clothes as their visit to the Pope was In their private capacity The sailors were In uniform The party wait conducted by Mon signor Thomas F Kennedy rector of the American College In Rome Chaplain William H I Reaney oC I the battleship Utah and Chaplain Curtis H Dlckins of the battleship I Florida Rear Admirals Charles JII Badger Cameron McR Winslow and Frank E Beatty and Capt William J Maxwell were Introduced by Monsignor Kennedy As they proceeded Into the Popes private library the Swiss and Noble Guards rendered military honors The Pope Was cordial and cheer ful He expressed briefly his great satisfaction at being able to greet requestedy histchair and after a lengthy conversa ilea proceeded in company with the three Rear Admirals and the Captain fo the adjoining hall where h spoke a few words to each of th officers gathered there He the gave the apostolic benediction to the officers and sailors After the Papal audience the Rear Admiralss and other Officers were received by Cardinal Merry del Val Papal Sec retary of State On Sunday the officers of the presentdmony In the Sistine chape1 iIn connection with the apnlveriary of the coronation of Pope Plus 3Ci Among those who occupied recta 1In the special trrbuHe were Rear Ad miral Cameron McR Wthslow and h P Councilman Mike McDermott That his friends are praising his latest oratorical efforts Martin J CusickThat his friends are finding him in the Sharks building Pat Shea and Jim BartleyThat they are going to be jail turnkey under Jailer Foster Tho DemocratsThat all districts are not as ungrateful as Parkland Fourth District DemocratsThat they are all getting Jobs In the Col lectors office Sheriff Al EmlerThat he was given a chance to call the bluff of the Bull Moose kickers Rev Father YorkThankful that he Is receiving many contributions to rebuild his church Ed Brennan Thankful that the Assessors office Is not busy during the baseball season Major Pat RidgeThat he gets a chance to pitch quoits every now and thenCentral Democratic ClubDe cause It beat the Kentucky Colonels J to post of honor at Busc emeyer inauguration I o I Dan Sexton That ho found a few Axton bettors In the Mayors race Senator Mark RyanThat he doesnt have to live in Frankfort the 4 coming Legislative session The Park BoardThat Ben Bruni leve doesnt attend all of the meet Ings John McDevitt and Morgan De lf ney Thankful that they were of great assistance to the Democratic organizationLocal That Adam Spahn is Saving his speeches for FrankfortBen That he put the kibosh on Axtons claim of friendship to laborJohn H HennessyBecause he A TWELVE Hef give the laugh to the L and N Bull Moose rooters- J J KavanaghThat he broke all records for damage Verdicts Dave ReillyThat he doesnt haveI o sing The Irish Jubilee every night Thomas WalsJiThat he always a 1 I iiuLvc goodbye r Capt J J CaseyThat he had n 1 chance to vote for Charley Cronan f Clem Hugglus That he was al 1 ways encored while stump speaking n recent campaign J Dave GarveyThat his friends 1 know a good place to visit Lieutenant Commander A B Keat ing of the Arkansas Capt William Maxwell of the Florida Chaplain William H I Reatiy of the Utah and Chaplain Curtis H Dlckins of the Florida Among others who attended were menibers of the diplomatic corps many of the Knights of Malta and large sprinkling of the aristocracy of Rome A large number of American sailors stood In line In the halls to the chapel to witness the- passage of the Pontiff who was escorted by twentyfive Cardinals Following In the procession wore- atriarchs Archbishops Bishops he members of the congregations and the heads of religious orders Contingents of the various guards added to the picturesqueness of the scene The Sistine choir conducted by Father Lorenzo PerosI the noted cpinposer furnished magnificent musicThe Pope sat In the throne afterward returning to his apartments In his chair Cardinal Merry del Val the Papal Secretary of State cele brated Pontifical mass and imparted the benediction Favored by a springlike day the American sailors started out early in the morning on excursions to the Alban Hills the Appian Way and Tlvoll Some went to Ostia to In spect the ruins of the seaport of ancient Rome FESTIVAL AT ST piTImCS The ladies of the Altar Society of Patricks church have completed every detail for their big Thanksgiv fug festival and euchre and lotto next Thursday and Friday both afternoon and evening In St Pat ricks Hall Thirteenth and Market A big attraction for Thursday will be the Thanksgiving turkey dinner from 4 to 8 oclock In the evening which the ladles say will be the best Of tho season IDEAL PLACE The Mount St Agnes Sanitarium- on the Newburg road conducted by tho Sisters of Charity of Nazareth iIs proving an Institution that meets requirements long needed in Louis ville and Is steadily growing In pub thiseandemannhave been benefited there It 1iis Ideal place forrest and relief from depression that accompanies ex haustion and nervousness TUBEROULOSIS SUNDAY Acting Governor Edward JHc Dermott last Saturday lissued a pro clamation designating Sunday December 1ail Tuberculosis Sunday Hope is expressed that many sod clergymen of all churches will1 preach a sermon on this vital topicI on that iay In his proclamationL 0 y Gov McDermott says Tuberculosisi destroys one person out of every six dying in Kentucky We should use every effort to stay that ter rIble result The education of the people on this subject Is of vital Importance We must try to save ourselves our kindred and our neighbors from this terrible affllC tlon Almost every home has att some time been In sorrow arid gloom by the agony and death of some beloved one that was an unneces Cary victim of this dreadful disease Let us all by the llove we bear our beloved and in the spirit of charity to our neighbor make a zealous united effort to free our State from this awful scourge TRINITY COUNCIL There was a fine attendance Men day night when President Vic Ecker r opened Trinity Cluncll meeting which was spirited and Interesting All committees made encouraging reports the announcement that the outlook for another large member ship class Was encouraging being borne out by the number of applica tions filed The Literary Commit tee reported all preparations made for the mock trial Monday night when there will be much doing The fact that John Cunlffe Is the plaintiff In a civil suit Is In itself sufficient assurance that there will be nothing overlooked in the comedy line Attorney Benedict Elder I de livered an eloquent and Instructive address on the Bill of Rights be- Ing frequently Interrupted by applause Upon his conclusion Mr Elder received a rising vote of thanks all expressing the wish to hear him soon again The Social Club announced their next dance for Thanksgiving night when they ex pcctvto add new laurels as entertain ers of the younger se- tGILBERTMIEE Amid a bower of beautiful plants and flowers and in the presence of a number of prominent society peo ple of the county and from Lexing ton Lawrenceburg Louisville and elsewhere Miss Agnes Morancy McKee and Dr John Whittington Gilbert of Lawrenceburg were married at 8 oclock Wednesday evening at forest Home the res idence of the brides parents Dr and Mrs John R McKee on the Frankfort turnpike five miles north of Versailles The ceremony was solemnized by the Rev Father W J Rolfe of St Leos church The brides sister Mrs Vernon Forman of Lexington was her matron of honor George Gilbert of Lawrence burg brother of the groom was his best man and little Miss Agnes Forman was flower girl The wed ifrflggwarftta iiedky- after i fIrwtab J3c tpJ MrsXSlUJwwfi left for a trip Among the guests from Louisville at the wedding wereILieut Gov and Mrs E J McDermott Mr and Mrs Helm BruceI Helm Bruce Jr Miss Louise Bruce Misses Phoebe and Eleanor Harris JUDGE SPALDING DEADII I Death came suddenly last Friday morning to Judge I H Spalding aged eighty of Morganfjeld one ofII the most prominent Kentuckians InII his section of the State Judge Spalding practiced law before the Union county bar for over fifty=fIve years having entered the law office of the late Judge Houston many years ago He was educated by the Jesuits and had served many times as State Senator member of the Kentucky House of Repreesntativea and County Judge He was also a member of the Constitutional Con vention and was known as the father of the State Railroad Commission of which he was the first member His aged wife who before Her marriage was Miss Sue Johnson survives him He is also survived by one son and three daughters two of whom are nuns one being at Nazareth His son Judge Jack Spalding of Atlanta was with him when be died and his daughter Mrs Milton Young of Lexington arrived Saturday Judge Spalding was a cousin of Archbishop Spald ing of Peoria NEWPORT A class of fifty candidates received the major degree of the Knights of Columbus last Sunday at I the new St Stephen Hall on Washington avenue This is the highest honor of Knighthood and conferred for the first time In New port The candidates were from nearby points In Kentucky and In dlana Tile second degree was conferred by Judge Edward Tracy and associates of Covington and the third by J Madison Walsh and staff of Indiana Tho guests and members were conveyed to the Altamont Hotel Fort Thomas for dinner Toasts wore responded to by Lieut Gov Edward J McDer mott of Louisville John Heuver District Deputy and members of Newport and Covington councils HURT BY FALL Pat Kenehan a well known night watchman was painfully hurt at an early hour last Saturday morning While making his rounds he fell Into an open cellar on Third street the grating of which had been left open by firemen who were In the base in response to an alarm from yThird and Market Kenohan sus tained a bad scalp wound and was removed to the City Hospital In the police ambulance Fortunately his Injuries were not serious and he was soon able to leave the hospital MATINEE DANCE The Ladies Auxiliary A 0 H will entertain with a matinee danc Thanksgiving day at Schreibers Hall be hourE to be from 2 tp Q o clock the Lorenz orchestra to furnish U 1 music n f f WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORIC GIve Tltie Otfiee Your Next Order BULL MOOSE i Abandon Election CURtest ta LastDespairing Wan From Davies Fund Raised Consisted Mainly of Promises of Con tribntionsv ExChief Hanger Announces L1Ia Withdrawn From Moose tunics JACOBS DESERVES INDORSEMENT t The local Bull Moose party gavo its last fluttering gasp on Wednes day evening when Attorney W W Davies Issued a statement saying that the proposed contest of the recent election had been abandoned but he couldnt resist the temptation to take a few nasty flings at the public in general because as he stated all of the wealthy were on the Democratic side on account of the merger and enough money to properly contest the election could not be raised from the working men comprising the Progressive party Mr DavIes should have gone far then and explained that only 700 of the fund raised was In cash and the other 2800 In promises which Judging from the caliber of the men comprising the rank and file of the Bull Moosers was not a good w promissory asset Mr Davies flat tering description of his allies la not shared In by the general public because honest workmen and good citizens as styled by him do not attempt to ostracize their fellow citizens on account of their religious creed or belief this being the sum and substance of the whole Bull Moose campaign and now In the cold gray dawn of the morning Mr DavIes owes an apology to his many former friends and admirers for his allegiance and support of the camp of bigotry In all probability the requiem services over the defunct Bull Moose corpse wilt be held at the Junior Order hall this coming week with tearful addresses by Messrs Reno Rennessen Hess and other close relatives of the do C f l lV fr Arrifstron u iIRt Ffttun JCwrtf to Town In connection with the threatening anonymous letters sent to female members of the families of Democratic workers exChief of Police Haager in a telephone conversation i with a representative of the Kentucky Irish American stated that he bad no part In these supposed tactics of the Moosers and m furthermore had dropped alt con nection with the Progressive party since election day not even being present at their meeting last Sunday when the contest was discussed and was not aware what had transpired at that meeting Col Haager also stated that he disapproved of such A despicable methods and that in his support of Axton had only done everything consistent wIth legiti mate political campaigning- On account of the scarcity of funds in the Progressive treasury In the recent campaign It Is rumored that some of the leaders are casting about for a man of considerable means to be their standardbearer in the Congressional race next year and to that end it is rumored will try to enlist Col P H Callahan in their cause His prominence In the farewell banquet to Duncan Clark In addition to hIs championing of the Pflanz cause has won pim the support of some of the leaders who think that his candidacy may wean away votes from the present solid Democratic strength It Is to be hoped and this sentiment is voiced by many Democrats that thosQ who are after the scalp of William Jacobs as Workhouse Superintendent can be dissuaded from their present course prln bipally because of the slogan of the party In the campaign which was- reeJeotionas an Indorsement of tho splendid Administration of Mayor Head and to which Jacobs con tributed no small part his conduct of the Workhouse being Indorsed by many grand juries and reputable authorities Mr Jacobs as a labor r leader and Democrat stands high In the community and Mayor Busche meyer without any hesitancy can make an early stand for good government by announcing his reap polntment In a personal visit to the Kentucky Irish American office Sen atorselect Charles H Knight and Samuel Robertson expressed their thanks for the support given the Democratic ticket by this paper and the editors who along with theirrother constituents look for reward In the splendid service at Frank fort this coming session that these two gentlemen are aura to a com pllsh In behalf of Louisville Jeffer son county and the State at large FINE SEMINARY SITE The new Kenrick Seminary in St Louis the cornerstone of which will be laid Thanksgiving day will occupy what was heretofore known as the Drummond estate on Laclada road arid will hereafter be knows as Olennon Park It comprises 878 acres The estimated cost of the now seminary Is 600006 I11lot ndthlIlAttueat C rltmasoI1- Y r I Th t I K XSTUO Y RXIIJH ERIOAN KLNTU6KY1 IRISH flMERlGW tleroll te the Social Mil Moral Aiwceiaeawat et Irlik AMficcat ladCiAeHw Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hlberalani Young Mans Institute lad CatfaoHc KnlghU of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO I eon rttd 1ubilp r SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Ie BalUral at tk Ltalirlll PoittHle as SMoadClmjJTUtUr NlrewH Ctendsatlas t the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN JW21 Wot Oct a Sts LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22 1913 DUTY its now Mayor Bucchemeyer and the duty of every citizen to give him hearty support Never were Louis Y villes prospects brighter and 1l should be the sole endeavor to make the city larger and better and 1If possible excllpse the splendid administration of exMayor HeadI WITHOUT SCRUPLES Christian workingmen America workingmen should not longer shut j their eyes to the dangers that lurk behind Socialism Fred D Warren who edits the Appeal to Reason comes but boldly and proclaims thi real Socialist doctrine Haar him- I believe In the confiscation of the productive property of this nation by the working clans I do not believe In confiscating It by piecemeal That would be foolish and Illegal The plan I favor is that the Working class should first captur the political powers of the State and nation and then the job can be done without danger of getting cracked skulls and prison sentences I have no conscientious scruple tgalnst the use of any method direct or Indirect that will secure to ti the working class possession of the machinery ot production But I think entirely too much of my heall to risk butting it against a stonewall in the shape ofa policeman club wielded by a man who takes his orders from capitalist politicians Here you have the Socialist demand which calls for all wealth created Think what condition would exist such revolution which would destroy both labor and capital and turn our country backward The real and true workingman shout slum and abhor Socialism and its dangers JUSTICE WHITES WARNING The warning words of the Hon Edward D White Chief Justice ot the JJnKed r States Supreme court reAdattentloave elvt wl and will doubtless bo proctl11benlflcent results Chief Justice f White insists that the Americany people must frown down the attempt r which Is growing in the land to at tack the principles of the Govern ment The very foundation of our free institutions was the belief not in tho march of a triumphant democracy not in the march of popular feeling and popular conduct unrestrained but that men could restrain themselves that great principles could be written Into our national life which could steer and guide and restrain and hold us and lead us on free from anarchy full ol liberty with life and property and everything that blesses mankind saved and secured Look around in this great land today Where la there a country like this The world has never seen the equal of it and the world will never see Its endurance If the American people for get the foundation principles of their free institutions because of what they Imagine to be an evil here and an evil there and seek to pull down the pillars erf the temple In order that they may destroy what they suppose to be arat within the house I n Let us frown down this attempt which is growing in the land Many thoughtless persons today suppose that everything that Is wrong IsI wrong in tha Institutions when without the institutions there would be no right and everything wrong These are the utterances of n statesman and patriot a Catholic who loves his God and his country r and are such that all fairminded Americans can embrace with benefit to themselves and the Government that deserves our earnest and undivided supportton YOUTH AND CRIME Parents educators social work ere the courts all are waking up to the fact that a very serious pro portion of the crime In our large cities Is committed by youths and we are forced to the conclusion tut our social and educative machinery are woefully defective says the- CathollaAdvance Our children from twelve to twenty atttltllng our public schools especially ja large cittee are generally without guidance pr correction either at honeor at school Parents depend upon the frkoott for neeeMary oerreailen and the ehooli leave the matter iin the lun4oC the parents and Jtire ati eta are not edndiielve to propriety It n woilld appear from the pwbMb d re ports orcrimot a jwrlotti dyad mIlctoni chamcUr Ut flite Mffc choolt supply the g TeMir J pOr k lion of culprits In Oklahoma City last June two boys sixteen twenty were arrested for andI Ing to blow up a bank at Yukon dynamite which they manufacture In the High School laboratory and they had a suitcase filled wit stuff enough to blow up the town An examination Into the condition of the schools in Philadelphia br l special commission revealed a mos t appalling state of Immorality an only recently reports from Kansa City gave a condition of rottenncp among the children that has broiiRli shame and sorrow to manylWCVe spectable families and death to one of them Why close our eyes to the facts Crime is ever on the Increase among our religious neglected children so much so that in many cities a special court has been found necessary to deal with children exclusively Reformatorle B hove to be build everywhere sib they are nearly always overcrowded What efforts have been made Ito lorrect this awful condition None- rndi none can be made where th element of religion 1s excluded Athletics will not reach the seat of the depravity nor will phyelolbgy nor hygiene nor Individual drink ing cups nor dancing lessons nor dental examinations nor will the recent fad which the devil Is devising for the more efflclen spreading off spiritual evils namely eugenics Our public schools are doing everything for the education ot the animal In man and absolutely nothing for the spiritual side The system Is pagan and its results ar stirring up the peopl to protest against Its fatal defects HANDS ACROSS THE SEA England has again given an exhibition of its love for AmerIca and Americans by barring all American Rhodes school scholars iron competition fn athletic games simply because some of our boys captured alt the prizes In ia iitexhtbitfnla I gttrr lt t Congressman Martin B Madden of Chicago has yet much to learn Addressing ohe of the Chicago clubs last Saturday the Windy City Con gressman attacked President Nil son saying the administration is run by Democrats from the South who have had no business experience becauss there is no business In the South Beforo going further Martin should consult Chicagos leading merchants and manufacturers who are largely dependent upon tho South and find there business men and marketn without which his city would suffer terrible loss Martin should read the Southern revenue statistics and become enlightened Is the memory of the Manchester Martyrs being permitted to sink nto oblivion asks one of our exchanges We hope not and still we fall to note any present enthusiasm for the observance of the day on whICh they met their cruel death at the behest of the British Govern aent November 23 is the date The names of Allen Larkin and JBrlen should not be forgotten iLast Saturday in the Police ourt eleven barrels of sweet otatoes were ordered destroyed asi unfit for food Commission lerchants who hold foodstuffs uJitU they become tainted rather ban sell them for reasonable prices should loso their license from the city Already the poor have suf ered too much from this class Among the resolutions adopted by the American Federation of Labor bow in session at Seattle Wash was one declaring that nothing could be more injurious to tho labor movement than the injection of ectarian religious matters The convention also gave the Socialists nother black eye defeating them by a vote of 193 to 15 Money certainly had wings tn the regressive campaign hdre Thirty five thousand dollars watt some light la such a short time Louisville Progrewlve died hard ut they died ii GAYETY THEATER For Thtnkig ivJBft week Col ray dr hiM announced a drama that wll ppeal eepeciallyl Ito Jjplldiiy theater aoersulritekl has proven o- beapopulr attraction everywhere andaboulddraw well hare The cry of the namelew wale of lilmV erloet swamp WM drwn tltse4 roin Gen 8trltonTorUri novel D Il1 bAHtnMd oast and coat let produotioH art wftIu t 1tt iI SOCIETY 3 1 iI8iei I Mrs T P Curran was a weekend guest with Mrs M W Murra at Flora Heights Mr and Mrs Carroll Birch have moved into their cosy new bu gtlow on Deerwood avenue James Sower has returned from a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs J F Sower at Frankfort Mrs R B Bennett of Now Hope was here for a short visit to her sister Mrs J B Dant I Mrs J Ford ot South Louisville HenrY1BlmsI Mrs Katherine Kale Cox has returned from a visit to Miss Joseph Itto MurpBy at Frankfort Miss Florentine Ford was a re cent Sunday guest of Mr and Mrs W E Roberts at West Point Mrs A J Schulten was hostess to her bridge club Monday afternoo at her home In the Highlands Mr and Mrs Henry Nadorf have been visiting at West Point the guests of Mr and Mrs Cyrus Ferrell Mrs M J McClusky and Mrs B F Pemberton were in ShelbyvJlle the past week visiting Mrs Ed D Shin nick Miss Margaret Murphy who Is th guest of Miss Margaret Mal ne wm return next week to her home 1 lu Cincinnati Miss Marie Egan of Memphis and Mrs Maggie Moncrlef of this city have been visiting Mrs JD Flood at Long Run Karl Breckel and wife have returned frqm a visit to the latter parents Mr and Mrs J C Batchel dor at Bloomfield Miss Margaret Wolfenberger West Broadway has gone to Bowling Green to spend Thanksgiving week with relatives Mrs Kate Conner who spent the summer with her son W 0 Conner In Seattle Wash has returned to her home in Portland v Mrs R J Wollmuth of Buffalo has arrived here to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with her sister Mrs Cora B Corrigan Mr and Mrs Moses F Doyle West Market street New Albany have been entertaining Miss Mar Brennan of Port Huron Mich Miss Louise Cassllly will give ra matinee party Monday afternoon In honor of Miss Louise Shelley whose marriage takes place Wednesday The Misses Heallne 439 Eas qtaYlt hld reek Mrs J AFord and little laughter Virginia of Columbus Ohio Mrs Lucy Brennan of West hestnut street enjoyed a pleasant visit last week in South Louisville he guest of Mr and Mrs Frank Nolan Miss Ruth OConnor left last week tCs attend the functions preceding the IConnorReady wedding and was he guest of Mr1 and Mrs C A iConnor Mrs Daniel Murphy and daughter Miss Virginia of the Highlands are ome from an extended visit to Min neapolis St Paul Chicago and South Bend Ind Misses Margaret and Betty Mc- Kenna were hero last week en route to their home at Fairfield aster a lengthy visit to friends and relatives h Chicago and Minneapolis Miss Susie HelW and Carl Parker opular young people of New Albany ere married Saturday morning at Holy Trinity church In the presence of many of their friends and rela tIivesV Mrs Margaret E Carney and aughter Miss Mary Carney 2112 Cenilworth left last week to Visit elativcs at Los Angeles Cal Before returning they will visit many points ot interest in the West During their absence George B Carney will beat the Chesterfield Miss Caroline C Hammer and Joseph W Plero both popular New Albany Catholic circles InII united in marriage mornIng at Holy Trinity church Rev Father Curran performing the ceremony The ceremony was witnessed by many friends of the bride nd groom who showered them with ongratulattons Last weejc Edward Smith and bride entertained a house party at their home at St Marysofthe KnobBThelr guests were the members of their bridal party on November 5 and included Mesdames Mary Schenck and Mary OHern Miss Blanche Compton Mr and Mrs M Coughfan Messrs Thomas Cam field and J H BerryI Thanksgiving morning there will pt a pretty wedding at St Leos church In Highland Park when Em Ulet Byrne will lead to the altar USB Erminle Golf the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs GW- Golf The marriage ceremony will bpt performed bY the pastor Rev 1 ather Fitzgerald who will also celebrate the nuptial mass A large atherltfg of friends of the worthy I couple will witness the ceremony j The marriage of Mis Marie Holz necht1 and OHarlea G Mazwmi will i ike place November 2S at 8 oclock Inth morning at the Chunk of the Hoty FTM The Rev Father Connor jfl oJRelate at the nuptlalr mnct Verfprm the ceremony I I ai Treaaa l olzfceelit Will be her here maid f hoarran4 JIenryI- upon r II will be the beet ub1 I J iJ i 1 ii f ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll In event of disability paused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this protection e lowing a wedding breakfast thJ happy couple will go East oh their wedding trip- Wednesday morning the marrlag of Miss Agnes Naomi Schoen and Sylvester J Ford was solemnize with a nuptial mass at St Lout Bertrands church the Rev Fathe Baxter performing the ceremony which was witnessed by a iargt gathering of friends of the bride and groom Miss Dora Schoen slsterof the bride was maid of honor and Miss Dorothy Norton the brides brothISchoen and Ray acting as groomsmen Immediately after the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride The best wishes of a legion of friend fellow the worthy couple into their new life OYSTER SUPPER Those who wish to enjoy a real treat on Thanksgiving day shout visit St Leos Hall In Park where the Carnation Club wll have an oyster supper and lotto party with games In the afternoon and evening The admission wtnbe only ten cents which Includes the oyster supper For the games there will be many handsome prices ana some excitement is assured The club general invitation to the publicftnd hopes to provide n happy Thanksgiving for all who attend a FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours devotions the last of the ecclesiastical year In this city will open with Impressive cere mon tomorrow ruornlng at St Mar Magdnlenes church on Brook street and will continue until Tuesday Father William Gausepohl the pastor will direct the services assisted bYa number of the priests of the city This will also be an opportu nity for making the jubilee FUNERAL Tins MORNING The funeral of Mrs Margare Connor beloved wife of James W Connor 2709 West Chestnut street who WAS called to her theavenU reward on Thursday will take place at 9 oclock this morning from St Charles Bbrromeo church of which for many years she was a devout and regular communicant To the be reaved husband is extended the sympathy of the people of St Charles parish WALNUT THEATER The Walnut Theater photo play pictures and Vaudeville for next weokare certain to please the patrons of that opular play house Vaudeville turnHof headline order are promised bYj1tIge Ifiton- Pdt1t1 lt4atureplc- tures ther1rwnJbe thoQeof the isual sidesplitting comedy The iValnut orchestra also is making suite a hit rendering suitable music for every performance EUCHRE AND LOTTO Monday afternoon and night the people of the West End will hold a euchre and lotto entertainment in the school hall Thirtysecond and Broadway for the benefit of Holy Cross church of which the Rev C Breyls pastor There are many rustlers in this parish and they promise many unique prizes There will be a lot of fun in connection with the disposition ot a number of turkeys for Thanksgiving FdREAVARXED George Larkin and Edward Brenner will leave next week on a unting trip In the neighborhood of Buffalo Ky and the good farmers In that district are warned in ad ance to pen up their live stock as hese two nlmrods bagged a calf and a dog last season which they mistook for rabbits COMMENDED Rev Father P Ambrose Roger OL S B pastor of the Sacred Heart hunch at Corbin in the Covington locese has written much for relig lon his latest work being Our Jathollc Sisterhoods a little pamphlet that has won the com I nendation of our Cardinals Arch ilehopa and Bishops one that shoull be given general hstrlbution and pricetoti the Most Rev Archbishop Blenk of New Orleans who says Your booklet on Catholic Sisterhoods is a powerful antidote to the hane of foul calumnies and diaboll al inventions which the enemies of Ule church of truth and common lecency are circulating abo it the noblest workers of God In the vast fields ot religion education and rarity All fatrrmlnded and obr ervant persons who are not under the sway of the archfiend and father of lies set no store by the bvlngs of the Menace yet their nest opinion and judgment on our lathollc sisterhoods will receive a ratlfylng oconfirmation from trio strong and true words contained In our timely pamphlet llOUGHT FIRST TICKET For the first ticket lIssued for the aullsh festival at the Paullst Hall OfWabashi avenue Chicago Chaun cey Qlcottpafd jlOOOTh6 proceeds 0 the fair will be used to lift the ebt of tMarYs church i SOME LEMON Tbe adYanc aalle fpr the lectures by the lady In Aiiifrlca on her own- cognisance hagiiaot been tremen outly large Mra lank utBt la eying a lemon to the pculatora ho have engaged her to apiMtr In CIffeMMt clUeg ayes many hijndrwta r evening TRANSYLVANIA E N Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building KNIfiBTS OF COLUMBUS1 Ute News That Will Interes Members Here and Else where Sixty candidates received the de grees at Toledo this week Tomorrow a new council will be Instituted in South Milwaukee Cincinnati Council last week conferred the three degrees on thirty five candidatesII The council at Parkersburg W Va w111II receive fifty candidate Thanksgiving day I There will be an exempllflcatior of the fourth degree at Muskogee Ckla on Washingtons birthday Denver Knights celebrated their thirteenth anniversary Tuesday The council now numbers over 700 mem bers Vicksburg Council in appreciation of his work for the order presented Grand Knight John Brunlnl with ia beautiful sliver service There will be a big time at Keokuk tomorrow when that city Fort Madison and Burlington wit have a trl city initiation- Representatives of the twentyoni Philadelphia councils have arrange all details for the Academy of Music reception next Tuesday night Northside Council lless than nine months old has a home of Its own which need not take second place tc any club house In Cincinnati Sixty candidates initiated at Ham mond twenty at North Vernon with twenty at Indianapolis for Monda night indicates the right spirit In IndianaThe Central Opera House the second largest hall In New York City will be the scene of the reception and entertainment of Var Cruz Council on Thanksgiving eve SIAOKIN DANCE The Mackin Social Club will entertain with a couvenir jlance at their hall next Thursday evening Pad all of the ladies attending wit will be given a handsome Thanks giving souvenir CONFIRMATION POSTPONED On account of the unfavorabli weather conditions and bad roads In Hardin county last Sunday the confirmation of a large class In St James church Elizabethtown on that day by Right Roy Bishop ODonaghue had to be postponed ELECT DR ASMAN Dr Bernard Asman returned Mon day from Chicago where he attended the convention of the Clinical Con press of Surgeons of North America indNrikgrg hennas erected a delegate r6 the mootingwtncSwlIfDefield rn 2nglan in July 1914 FUTURE KAISER COMING In Berlin it Is understood that the erman Crown Prince Frederick Villlam and the Crown Princess lecllle are making plans to visit the United Stales next year The visit naturally depends on the outcome of vents For a long time it has bees the fervent wish of the future Ger ran Empress to do this but at other Imes it has been Impossible to nrange it The news of the visit which has heretofore been entirely unknown to Germanythis being the first announcementhas been rreceived with great sympathy In the German empire and particularly In Berlin the United States Is gen rally considered as the sister nation of the fatherland OPENING OF NATIONAL From Manager Lee Goldberg It Is earned that the new National Theater at Fifth and Walnut streets sill positively be thrown open to the public on Monday evening PresI- dent King is very enthusiastic over he prospects of the new National and his enthusiasm Is shared by a umber of Louisville businessmen who are financially interested In the project The National represents an Investment of 300000 and there is not a theater anywhere that can surpass it in beauty comfort and capacity The policy will be to present seven acts of vaudeville at prices ranging from ten and twenty cents for the evening performances to a straight ten cents admission for tbe matinees exclusive of box seats There will be a continuous perform nce of two shows every evening and iso on Saturday and Sunday after ibons The classy makeup of the peeing bill indicates the high qual ty the National Is prepared to pre sent 1 EUROPEAN TEACHERS The Ursuline nuns pf Brown i aunty Ohio have beer very for unate in securing this year professors con their staff of alII ers They have received accomplished young ladles lay eachers from France who seem tti be fully Imbued with the love pf their profession and who like all lovers of intellectual development refer the charms of a secluded spot to the gaiety of city life Lest week brought tp the convent two pro eased nuns as teachers from the amous Ursuline Convent of Inns irueck In the Tyrol One Is a pro fessor of classic music both vocal tnd instrumental the other Isaprofessor In draWlnr and painting bile both are proficient In German and French fully competent to teach both A number of Kentucky Iris have been educated In this I lMebratert convent which Is begin ilhg to be recognized In Europe as on80f the first institutions of earning in the United Statea Thie rk Brown witty expected to re ilve two young ladles from Ire itid aa novices both graduates of theI Unlverglty of Oxford All tbta lathe reault of the visit of Moftlier brl81J48r Monks to lsurop- trh the tumpier jpoatki 4 r n u THIRD FLOOR STEWARTS Childrens Eiderdown Bath Robcsr Made wlth roll collar and pockets finished with cord around nock and waist in light blue and pink sizes 2 to 5 years price I Gowns Mado higdi or low nock long sleeves and yoke trimmed in braid to math white I MUG stripes sizes to 14 years I FLOOR I 1 Womens Black Silk Stock Vegetable dye medium I weight full fashioned double sole toe and heel 4 i Inch garterproof hem top all sizes at pair BOc CASUALTY INSURANCE co I fORTE CHILDREN Doublefaced Elder rollI 2 to l 176Flannelette Gowns SOc w esn Flannelette Ipink 8 STEWARTS highspliced MeI Womens Stockings IStockIngsDouble a Knickerbocker Stockings THE HOSE SATISFACTION Womens 30 strand Jap Thread Silk StockingsFree from loading fashioned thread dkmWe lisle sole and spliced 4Jnch garterproof lisle thread Iiligh all sizes black white and 48 colors a I Stewarts 1001 iiSTEWART DRY Incorporated GOODS CO I MMES fc W YWU N HNANNNNNNHNN WEWANTYOURWORKIWere I IIWere i and in FirtCIass rPRINlINGj Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance Wedding Invitations a Specialty I HOME PHONE I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN B1E VVESr GREEN i9rRIDID- 1NNNNiSA t LAST TAX NOTICE State County Taxes now due must paid by November 1913 Penalty interest will added thereafter M EMLER Sheriff Jefferson County GAYETY THEATERr Om Week OoaiacaatBr Bmaday Manse A Well Balanced Cast and Complete Produ- ctionFRECKLES A drama founded on Gene Stratton Potters novel and proved a popular Attraction all over the country MXOM Sunday Matinee lOe ISo S5o lUll COc Tuesday Thursday and Saturday MaUnees seats at ass Night lOc 26c 36c liDo and llie WALNUT ST THEATER ilQCv ANDlOc FEATURE PHOTO PLAYS 1 to tisSO7 to 11 Vaudeville Bill changed Sunday and Thursday Photo Plays changed every 50000 CATHOLIC CHILDREN- are ROW reading the Child Apostle ltJ a monthly magazine of twenty roar pages of stories pictures etcn met for the children Its coats only tweBtyflve cents a Isnt your or girl worth having a little magazine all tweatyflve dente 1m or stamps for a years nbccriptloa or ask a sample copy Address OSOLD APO8TLK 1188 HeCervlek XUdgv Cbleago III WQSIBN tiHOVaNQ TALLER preeent generation of women are taller by one and oriehtjf lashes than grandmothers l whose areraw MKlit Wass dive seH Oa A 4 oaaalt iickes dri Childrens down Batli RobesIn navy blue i with red lining made with collar and pockets finished cord around neck and I sizes 5 years price and and MAIN Lisle Ings their Send their I Infants Australian Cashmere silk toe and heel fine ribbed double stitched hem top long and elastic all sizes black colors and plenty of the wanted white special 3 for COc pair I7c OF full six toe Ii i heel tpair McCREElY YEW Style and 946 and are and be 29 and be A 1000 day year boy own com for 5EHH The NATIONALREAL VAUDEVILLE OPENS MONDAY EVENINGNOV 24 WINONA WINTER Mtmical Comedy Star 8 OTHER BIG ACTS8 Matinee All Seats lOo Night lOc aad 2Oo Seats now on sale at Theater Box Office Fifth and Walnut itreets M REICHERT FOR CLOTH GLASS OR ANY KIND OF SIGNSArtistic Decorations Etc Call Home Phone City 2905 CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cot Third and Greco Ste t We furnish the home corn plate on easy payments WM CALU8HAN Mir SUM east q co SUPERB PALACE The people of Vancouver Caiadat rave preMta4 Archblshap Oaeey Milk a Miperk palaoa Is the inset tort of the dty to HT lal 1 d J3 UQKV sii A CRIOAN r v NN44KN1ti HOME PIIONK 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS1 FUNERALDIRECTORSAND 822 East JVIaiix Street TOMAS KEENANF- uneral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 bran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriage Furnished for All Occasion on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 fhF4 101 11 zzH t IIIIh DOUGHERTY McELLIOn 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES Cumb Main 30080 Home City 2008 OLD FORTUNABOURBONi+ THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO JNOORPORATKD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS 1I11 SlIIIISlUz 11110 t u+ FINE WINES OHAMPAGNKS J I AL KOLB y 323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS 1Z1nt + oJtl1 I I 1 II 111 I f u I 1 1 10 + 0 H U t N4+w04oS+OSCMY666N Y0Ml M DR J T CHAWK i IVeterinaryr Infirmary 4 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TilifkKSCMb S299a How City 2399 JI 044x39 TTT YTT TYTTT BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield u All the late and new Styles and Shapes priCNCHERRMANN BROS OWORTBKI FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dlttilteri and Wholnsafe DalJ en llIltBraalof Ka reeky WhMkIeeeepeelaily Pearl of Nelsonl XOTILBD INXWDT- iiutiM 1lm M4 wcw npr i BEDDING PLANTf Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Botk Pk tr 223 ewe I III h71M NRsMtea tkM will ryat lee es fHIIt s ST XAVIER5 COLLEGE lHfJIeHC oIT X7 Eby Ua 7Cave 4M =sa- r iii r HIBERNIANS i What They Have Been Dolne the Past Weekaeneral- News Notes f The division at Milwaukee has 960 membersfWheeling Hibernians are en grossed In an earnest membership campaign t Next January all the Phlladel phia auxiliaries will have Joint Initiation exercises Division 4 meets Monday night when President Hennessy hopes t see the hall crowded j An Irish history club has been formed by the seven auxiliaries of the District of Columbia Vermont had another Ladies Auxiliary a promising division hav ing been Instituted at Waterbury Qhauncey Olcott save a benefit Monday night iq irywaukee for th Wisconsin Irish history movement A Ladles Auxiliary has been or ganlzed at Englewood N J start Ing with twentyfive charter mem bersDivisions are now voting on the new national insurance plan If carried it will go into effect next yearIThe Baltimore County Board has formulated plans for doubling the membership during the coming six monthsThe division Just organized at East Akron Ohio with fifty mem bers will soon have a big class InitiationThe Auxiliary has presented a handsome statue of St Bridget to St Marys church In ClevelandOmaha Hibernians hadan en joyable smoker Monday night for those recently received Into the order there Efforts will be made to have the Atlantic battleship fleet in Hampton roads during the national conven lon at Norfolk Division 1 of Portland Ore had a grand initiation last Sunday fol lowed by a banquet for all admitted to membership this year The Delaware State and County Boards have donated their annual appropriations to the orphans fund of the diocese of Washington Division 7 of Lynn Mass is plan ning the erection of a central build Ing which can be used for public meetings dances and societiesIDivision 6 of Albany N Y IsIplanning for the construction of a new building to be the headquarters for the Hibernians in that city There are now two divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary at Pueblo Col the second being organized this month with a large membership Ladles Auxiliary 3 of Indianapolis honored Rev Father Brucker with an open meeting and reception be fcre his departure from St Patricks churchNew Jersey Hibernians have given unanimous ratification to the theQermanIrishAmerican that State The Ladles Auxullary of Quincy Ill held a very successful bazar last1 week realizing a nice fund with which to entertain their State convention next August Under the auspices of the Ancient Order and the Ladles Auxiliary there will be two monster demon strations In Chicago on December 12 which will be Irish night Kentuckys Hibernian record should occupy prominent place in the ODea history but this will not be unless our officers furnish the desired Information The same condition exists with several other StatesJohn ODea makes another earnest appeal for material for the forthcoming history of the order State and county officers should not longer delay forwarding all tho information and records they possess Washington Hibernians will have before them a season of activity which will be marked by the unveiling of the Barry monument next spring and the coming to that city of thousands of visitors and dele gates en route to the national convention at Norfolk SOCIAL OLUB DANCE The Young Mens Social Club will give the next of their series of dances on Thursday Thanksgiving day at Utopian Hall and the Reception Committee Is as follows Martin C Mullaney Leo P Reilly John H Baldwin Halpin R McGrath and Ray S Owens ATLANTIC orrr SELECTED The Executive Board of the Cath olic Educational Association which met at the Catholfe University at Washington selected Atlantic City ay the place and June 29 to July 3 1914 as the time for the eleventh annual meeting of the association The Invitation received from Bishop McFaul to hold the meeting In his diocese was gratefully accepted and on his suggestion Atlantic City was selected as the place SECURE HEMLOCK GRANGE The property known as Hemlock Grange east of Dunkirk N Y has been purchased by the Fasslonist fathers The site will be used asa preparatory college for the students of the society A building to accommodate 200 young men will be started next May The first plans will call for an expenditure of 200000 The new college will be Eaternprovinceandtore will probably be removed from WHt Hoboken to Dunkirk I HENDERSON An event of wide Interest eras the marriage at Henderaon on Wednes day morning at Holy Name church of Miss BlaMk Haley daughter of LeoManlonplaceoffered ladyinDnropefatripNoearythTbi D r SOCIETY DIRECTORYI Aw 0D- IVISION XX 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays TarprViceRecording SecretarYWalter Cu IckFinanciall Secretary Joseph Iar I cellTreasurerThomas Keenan BergeantatArns Henry McDermott SentinelJohnKisaeo DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefe TeKeaney Trsasurer James Wels- hSergeantatArms J Cunningham Sentinel Thomas Hannon DIVISION Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice PresidentJohn M Maloney Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes elon 7r- TreasurerDan Jr Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bcrtrand Hall Sixth Street PrsldentJohn H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arry TreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far ellSentinelM J McDermott N M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evonlngs at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Frank G Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn lion Second Vice President Joha JILynn Financial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry f Kib6eyTreasurerSebastian HubbuchI MarshalFred Schuler Inside Sqntinel Lawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E GratII Mr d i Fo1 4 4i 1Den- o isr Aur- nROUa I Volz Michael 336 West Mar etStIWhen you buyEmer sons you know you are stylesFurthermore1 that smart custom ap pearance which is found ti only in other shoesII costngfro two times to mIII family and Is one of the best known young men In Henderson QUIETLY WEDDED Miss Alice Terstegge and Herbert P Kenney prominent young people of New Albany were quietly married Monday at Holy Trinity rectory Rev Father Charles Curran performing the ceremony CONFEUENOE OP ARCHBISHOPS The annual conference of the Archbishops of the United States was held this week In Washington There was ah excellent attendance at all the sessions which took place In the Catholic University The mooting opened Tuesday morning and continued I until Wednesday evenl 1gtt ELECTED IRISH MAYORS I William G Murphy a well Known Knight of Columbus was elected Mayor of Crawfordsvllle ndi Patrick McCarthy another prominent Catholic wag the choice of this people of Huntington for Mayor Pot WOMANS EYE Fullness In the blouse sleeves is popular The very latest stileof hair dressing Is very high One of the most prevalent and popular materials for the winter blouse which Ie not too dressy Is foulard I Brightly cut Jet makes aa ef fective contrast to silver hair and to the deml =toilet provides aBeX cellent flniBh A gift to delight the heartof a girl or young woman Is one of the sheer corset coverts made of net or tealtoOKA of the tklnitfi that will make I hit Ml a Qhrktnriui gift with moet women MipMimir youBg oaJa one ot the new japUate Waleteoaq that- re b tixBp MHtdi worn to furbish- old snits and botnpiee new ones u U- A u IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Lord OBrien Irelands Lord Chief Justice since 1889 has resigned owing to ill health The death Is announced of Peter Tlghe butter inspector of SlIgo Lad reached his seventyfifth wboI Messrs P Doherty and J roe of Charlestown and D Morrin of Foxford have Been appointed Magistrates for County Mayo Not finding it convenient to give the requisite time to his municipal duties John OMeara resigned his membership of the Atblone Town CouncilWilliam DungarvanIsthe leg sustained while engaged In cutting down a tree in the ground o the local Catholic church I StrathroyOmaghcattle and on his failing to return a search was Instituted At day break his dead body was discovered In a field The body of Patrick Kenny a native of Listowel was found in tho River Feale a milk from the town It is presumed that on one of nteo nights of the races deceased fell into the river In the dark The death is announced of John ODoherty of Buncrnna father of Rev W J ODoherty of Movllle Mr ODpherty who had reached a venerable age was highly esteemed In the town and vicinity Tho CarrlckonShannon Guardians at a recent meeting recognized the twentyfive years of faithful service as hospital nurse of Sister Scholas tica by unanimously granting her the highest pension allowed by the lawAt RevFatherBishop of Zanzibar The ceremony was performed by Bishop ODqnnell of Raphoe The new Bishop was born in Dublin In 1858 He was educated Jri Blackrock College An outbreak of fire in James Arm strongs grocery and hardware premises in Llsnaskea destroyed a large quantity of grain and furni passersbyhard fighting extinguished the flamesPatrick Quigley a porter engaged at Bagnalstown lost his life as the result of an accident While engaged la shunting operations he was knocked down by a goods wagon which passed over his body and In a few hours he succumbed to his Injuries The death took place at Carrick onSulr of James Larkin Greenslde a well known farmer and cattle dealer In the same district the teath is announced of Mrs Ken nedy of Figlash who was connected with a number of well known families In South lipperary and East Waterford J betweenmenibersCorporatlonUrban Council as to the Boyne canal agreed that the waterway should be brought under public CountyCouncnInitiative In the matter On the eve of his departure for Australia the Most Rev Dr Clune Archbishop of Perth received a great sendoff from the people of Ennis Dr Clune is a native of the Knnis district and atone of the largest meetings held In recent years in the town he was presented with several addresses to which he re plied In felicitous terms APPROVED BY CARDINALS Cardinal Gibbons and Cardinal Farley have Indorsed the movement for the observance of the fourth national tuberculosis day December 7 according to announcement made by the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tubercu losis Cardinal Gibbons writing to H Wlrt Steele Secretary of the Maryland Association for the Pre ventlon and Relief of Tuberculosis said I have followed with interest all your efforts In this splendid propaganda against the terrible yourlaborthe zeal the energy and the self sacrifice which you and your fellow workers are devoting to the work Cardinal Farley has spoken to the clergy under his supervision about assisting In the movement and has directed that the work be pro theannouncemet rI AInnnJOwN Klapheke day and that evening Installed tho newly elected pQcers of the Knights of Columbus there Tine ceremony was Inter tlng and attractd all tho Knights In tho county The RevI Father Hugh Daly has been appointed Chaplain and D M Cooper was named lecturer VISITED PJRIEST FRIENDS Rev Peter Baptist Englert O F M has returned from a visit to the Monastery at Cincinnatiwhere he received a warm welcome from his brother pristB- ATTLEFIELD CHAPEL Jc chapelover ilTheflrstCatb edorato battlefield t Sundajr at Fair near Rlc1JDond Many of the prelates who participated in the partlathQUnionChurchmen 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ThoughtGeher Son The best place to buy a Stove or Range is where the assortment is large and the prices are reason able Therefore iit is to your own interest to call on the old and reliable firm of GEHER SON215 W Market St Bet Second and Third Iy DOUGHERTY LANN1NG COAL CO INCORPORATED fc FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE witbepme to fill your coal bin vith our freshly tairBlockI Goal 25 PER OGON 2000 POUNDS Cub Strath 988yb City 3101 I t DISTURBING Effects of Labor Lender LarI klns Imprisonment nnd i1 i Kciease j Homo Rule Hopes Rise and Fall With the Election ResultsII Carsons Campaign in Scotland Has Left the Electorate Untouched TORIES EAGAR FOR COMPROMISE From London this week Hon T P OConnor II P cables that the Im prisonment and release of James Larkin leader of the Dublin strikers has had a disturbing effect increas ing the Socialist and Labor vote and reducing Liberal majorities Larkin produced such universal symptoms of unrest throughout the working classes as to seriously imperil the whole future of the Liberal Pro gramme and consummated his tri umph by being the chief subject of discussion in a Cabinet Council All kinds of Interpretations are placed on this singular phenomenon but it really points two morals quite clearly I The first is the awakening of the i universal conscience to the horrors iOf labor conditions in Dublin and above all to the terrible housing conditions with 21000 families living each In one room But the more Important moral Is that the I BrItish working classes at last have I I expectedII I theIrich and another for poor I what is regarded as a triumph for Larkin Is the emphatic verdict of the British democracy against Sir Edward Carson and his appeals to civil war I Meantime the orgy of party I speeches continues unabated The byelections too still continue to I absorb public attention ana party hopes rise and fall with the alterI nating success or failure of the party candidates The Tories lost their heads at the end of last week1I I with their victory at Reading and the diminution of the Liberal major- Ity In Linllthgow and proclaimed these results as the death of homeI rule and the end of Asqulths Min- Istry I Cooler second thought reduced the magnitude of this success Every I vote of the thousand votes given to the Socialist at Reading was given to an avowed home ruler and the I Combination of Liberal and Socialist votes in favor of home rule reduced the majority of the Tory antihome ruler to sixtyeight The reduction of the Liberal majority In Linllthgow besides be ing due to many local causes as well as to Larkins Imprisonment wan mainly accounted for by the fact that the Liberal candidate was a stranger and the Tory candidate a native of the constituency On top of these cooler reflections came tho splendid Liberal victory at Keighley where In spite of a three cornered fight and a big accession to the La bor vote the Liberal candidate in elecLionsThe new Scotch law officer though be has but a small majority will probably win easily In Wlckborough but In South Lanark a great mining center the situation Is complicated again by a three cornered fightand the miner candidate is backed by the great miners organizations Sir Edward Carsons campaign in Scotland has loft the electorate un touched and my counter campaign and that of other Irish speakers has resulted in meetings of unparalleled size In the face of a gigantic cam paign by a crowd of Orange missionaries clericals and lay who made a powerful appeal to racial and mUg ious kinship In Scotland such appeals found not the least response The prospects of home rule negotiations rise and fall with the election results Immediately afterII Reading and Linllthgow the and file of the Tories end to nil negotiation but this temporary phase Is passing away wlti I the victory at Kelghley nnd with the certainty that there Is no such tidal fciivo against the Government as would weaken the Liberals Inflexible termination not to leave office or dissolve Parliament until home rules passed Into law I remain unshaken In the opinion I have over and over again expressed that theI Tories will before the end of the trugglo submit with relief to such a compromise as will save Carson md the Orangemen from themselves What form the compromise will take- S not yet certain but It Is some advantage that the Cabinet Ministers ire no longer offering the exclusion of the four Ulster counties which 10 Nationalist could accept and evenI nany Orangemen do not demand ItIIs also an advance to saner Minis prjal tactics th tat present the Ministerial plan apparently Is toI save the matter of offers to theory leaders and to confine the LIb- eral position to awaiting any such proposals Thus at the end of this strangely heckered week home rule onceI more is advanced td Its old position of a certain steady practically un J hacked march to Its place on the statute book In June of next year ST VINCENT DB PAULA The ladle of St Vincent de Pauls parish will give a euchre lotto bites social and chicken supper in the basement of the new St Vincent de Paul school corner Shelby and- Ollkfo1 the benefit of the school on hankeglvlng dayj The school chit Iren will be Entertained from 10 to 2 lathe forenoon and games will et calltd at 2 and 8 oclock Supjwr i rill be served from 6 to tln theYi I venlng YarlourtrIiD1enfad J Notice toTaxpayers All taxpayers of the city of Louis rule are hereby notified that the Board of Equalization of the cIty of Louisville has organized and will bold dally sessions except Saturdays in the office of the City Assessor between the hours of 9 a m and 4 p m Saturdays between the hours of 9 a m and 1 p m from November 15 to November 30 1913 inclusive for the purpose of hearing and determining complaints of any who think that their land Improvements or personal property or any in which they may have an interest though it be not assessed In their name have been assessed beyond their value for city taxes In the assessment made by the City Assessor thereof as of the first day of September 1913 In the absence of the board complaints may be lodged with the clerk dally between the hours of 9 a m and 4 p m W S MILLER President K JI MBRYDE Jr Member H V COHN Secretary U C ROBERTS Clerk attractions will be provided for Ad mission will be ten cents games fit teen tents extra and children free RECENT DEATHS Many friends extend sympathy to Daniel and Margaret Moore Brown 1125 Dumesnll street whoso one yearold baby oy George William was claimed by the Angel bf Death Wednesday morning The funeral took place Thursday afternoon when the body was tenderly laid to rest in St Louis cemetery After long and patient suffering Miss Margaret Murphy sister of Cornelius J Murphy 517 North Twentyseventh street was called to her heavenly reward fortified anti consoled by the last sacraments ot the church Her funeral was con ducted Sunday afternoon from St Cecilias church the interment being in Holy Trinity cemetery Now Albany Funeral services over the remains of Martin J Curley who resided at 1833 Lytle street were held Sunday afternoon at St Patricks church The deceased was a native of Louis ville and by occuption a stationary engineer For six months he hat been jll and was fully prepared foi the final summons For his be reaved wife Mrs Elizabeth Curley there is the most sincere sympathy 1A legion of friends were pained to hear of the death of Geprge L Schwartz the well known painter whose funeral was held Monday morning from St Martins church Coming to this city from Buffalo a number of years ago he resided at 906 East Gray street and was a regular church attendant His widow Mrs Clara Schwartz and tour sons and three daughters sur vive him The manyfriends of Francis Maguiro wire deeply grieved when they learnedof his death Monday at the home of his sjater Mrs Andrew Cavanaugh 2414 West Walnut street following an illness of throat trouble He was fortytwo years old and unmarried and besides Mrs Cavanaugh leaves another sister Miss Agnes Maguire The funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Charles Borromeo church Rev Father Raffb being the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem Gloom spread over St Brlglds parish Monday when it became known that Mrs Katherine Boyle Torbett thirtysix years old be loved wife of W F Torbett 2212 Transit avenue JJad died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital of a complication of diseases Mrs Tor bett was a woman of many virtues and won the friendship of all who knew her and to the bereaved hus band they extend their sympathy The funeral took place Wednesday morning front St Brlglds church Rev Father Jansen conducting the solemn services In the death of Mrs Mary Hes slon widow of the late Timothy Hesslon the Sacred Heart parish and the community at large loses a woman whose character and life wore the Ideal of all Christian womanhood Born In Ireland seventythree years ago she came to Louisville In her youth and here her kindly deeds of charity and gracious service to those In need endeared her to a kgion of friends Two sons John and Patrick Hesslon both members of the police Department and two daughters Mrs Mary Hemerson and Mrs Maggie Philbin survlvee her The funeral was held Wednesday morning Rev Patrick Walsh officiat ing at the mass of requiem and pay- Ing touching tribute to the memory jf her who was always faithful Members of St Louis Bertrand parish learned with sincere regret of the sudden death of Joseph Imorde theretired grocer which took place Sunday night at his home 1257 South Third stroet Joseph Imorde was born In Hanover Germany seventyfive years ago coming to America at the age of seventeen For over thirty years he conducted a successful grocery business Besides his widow Mrs Theresa Melter Imorde three eons Henry Bernard H and William J mbrde and a daughter Miss Lula morde survive him His funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Louis BertrandB church and In the funeral sermon attention was sailed to the many good qualities of the deceased his devotion to his religion the excellent example ne set to those around him and his tlndneM asa father and husband TURKEY AND OYSTER SUPPER Following the custom of several ears standing the members of St OMpha church will entertain their lends Thanksgiving eve In the hool hell on Washington street between Adams and Webster The committee has contracted for two unfired turkeys which will be dls Deed of during the evening and in ddltlon oyster will be serrd In any lyle There will also belJbundance pf retreihments A fifTY YEARS r Golden Jubilee of c7rdinatioriof Archbishop John Lancaster 1 Spalding iI Great Churchman Educator and Scholar a Native of Kentucky Was Chancellor of This Diocese and Secretary to Its Bishop THE TRUE FRIEND OF UIBOR To the Most Rev John Lancaster Spalding the Kentucky Irish Ameri can extends Its heartiest congratulations with the prayerful hope that he may be spared to celebrate his diamond Jubilee before being called to answer the summons that awaits all mankind Archbishop Spalding will next Monday celebrate the golden Jubilee of his ordination to the priesthood and it was a graceful compliment tho Knights of Columbus of Peoria lit paid this great churchman whose name the council bears when they put aside their annual Columbus day celebration in order to honor the Arch bishops Jubilee and take charge of Its observance From all parts of the country will come the hierarchy and clergy and the gathering will doubtless surpass any ever before witnessed In the State of Illinois Archbishop Spalding was born in Lebanon this State on June 2 1840 of a family descended from the Lancasters Spaldlngs Abells and Hamlltons who came to this country with Lord Baltimore As a boy he was the special favorite of his uncle Archbishop Martin John Spalding of Baltimore He was educated at Mount St Marys Col lege Emmlttsburg Md the Amen can College In Rome and at Louvain He was ordained to the priesthood on December 19 1863 at Mechlin Belgium Only a few months after his ordination Father Spaldlng was chosen by Archbishop Blanchet of Oregon as his theologian at the Second Plenary Council of Balti more and was one of the select preachers before that august body and all this when but twentysix years of age Archbishop Spalding having died In the spring of 1872 leaving all his papers to Father Heckerltho latter summoned Father Spalding to New York to write his uncles life Father Spald Ing took up his residence at the Paullst house and there wrote his first book In 1865 he became sec retary to the Blshdp of Louisville subsequently becoming Chancellor On May 1 1877 he was conse crated by Cardinal McCloskey as sisted by Bishop Foley of Chicago and Bishop now Cardinal Gibbons of RIchmond as Bishop of Peoria Archbishop Spalding will ever be held In affectionate remembrance by American Catholics for his work in establishing the Catholic Uni versity The money furnished him by Mary Gwendolen Caldwell made It possible to erect the first of the many buildings which now cover the University grounds at Brookland D C- In 1902 the Archbishop was ap pointed by his friend Theodore Rooseevlt as a member of the board of arbitrators of the anthra cite coal strike when he proved the true friend of labor and won the confidence of the American public standing for equal Justice for employer and employe Owing to increasing infirmity on September 11 1908 he resigned the Bishopric of Peoria and In February 1909 was appointed Titular Archbishop of Scitopolis As an author Archbishop Spald Ing may be set down as the greatest living essayist His style reminds one strikingly of Emerson CHARITY EUCHRE The Cecillan Charity Club looks for a recordbreaking attendance at its euchre and lotto party in St Cecilias Hall next Tuesday after noon and night Many valuable prizes will be awarded and the dis tribution of three dozen turkeys promises to be both exciting and amusing The proceeds will be for charity and all who lend their pres ence can depend upon having a pleasant time- Thursday eevnlng the committee in charge met at St Cecilias Halt to complete arrangements The Prize Committee reported that they would have at least a hundred while the Cake Committee announce assurance from many of the best cook In the parish that they would send cakes to the numbertof sev entyfive Doors will open at 645 and there will be no charge for admission The distribution of turkeys and cakes will begin at 7 oclock and continue as long as they last VISITS HIS MOTHER The Rev Theo H Reverman pastor of St Edwards church at effersontbwn left last Sunday for Some City Ind to visit his aged lother and brother August C Overman who have been away for ome time On his return homo ne- will be accompanied by ibis mother and brother who will take up their new home on Rosewood avenue- OWENSBOIIO Cupid has been busy In Owens loro where there have been many faU weddings The marriage pt Miss Katherlne Keeley and Robert Reid two of Owensboros young oclety people took place the first of the week at St Pauls the Rev ather E S Fitzgerald performing the ceremony Another marriage of ntereet was that of Miss Mary Pfau and Joseph Tennes bf Mount eatv mel III which was solemnised at t I pke church ll+Io +zz4H1oIPfffVffVfVNW11101 1 + I1oi I + 1rI JI n I H1 II U 1 1111 BACitABLISHEP N SON INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons Red Goose School Shoes The Finest and Best For Children Sold Here Exclusively in Louisville Red Goose Shoes For Misses and Children Made up in patent leather gun metal and vlcl kid priced according to size Sizes 8 12 to 11 pair317GSi- zes 1112 to 2 palrS200Si- zes 2 12 to 5 12 paIr32G0 Second FloorJ Bacon Son- 11U4 lllllllllllllllllllll THE COWBOY Or REMEDIES tSCIENCE M J may be different makes of shoes there may be higher priced shoes for children none are to be compared with the Red Shoes In the first place they are throughout secondly they are de signed so as to allow growing feet sufficient space for proper developement 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