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WE DO FIRST Give This Next VOLUME XXXIII NO 13 SEPTEMBER u FIVE CENTS I I 1 SVlidt Roy Washington Glad ip den has to Say to Critics 0 r CatholiclieLaymen Are All No I bOttlesas+ fio jtL Commends Catholic Treatment pf Protestant Men and Women i WHAT WOULD PROTESTANTS DO In Harpers Weekly the Rev Dr WasUIngton Gladden of Columbus Ohio has an article on The Anti Catholic Agitation In answer to the correspondence brought him by former article The AntlPapalr Panic in the same journal To the correspondents who question the existence of such an epidemic Dr Gladden says r The strongholds of this move c tlclan of these parts was remarking only a few days ago that the issues this fall were not going to be political but religious Some of the most violent of my critics are willing to admit that the Roman Catholic laity are on the whole a good sort Left to himself the Roman Catholic layman Is as good a amammanhe Is not left to himself and the better Catholic he is the hemoroLofc yrelff dtJpontical machine calls tre Catholic church I must oxp ifjjiy doubt whether this writer Is verY intimately acquainted with many Catholic laymen They are as a- rule loyal to their church and its tIlleaders and they are not In the b bit orengagingln factious dlsputJs with the Authorities of their andchurchmany who were men of independent Judgment and strong character who were not afraid to speak their minds and make their influence felt In the shaping of public policy I do not think that Catholic laymen are all nobodies I have heard from Roman Catholic priests very distinct admissions that the American layman has lad of his own andisquite dll posedto express tE If aur ono notthinksto be considered I do not agree with himiThe most serious fact about these communications is the spirit they reveal Several publications devoted ttothls antiPapal crusade are in cluded among them and the Judg ment of charity Is not strained when I say that their purpose is to repre sent the Roman Catholic church and the Roman Catholic people In the darkest colors Everything that can I discredit them Is gathered up and set In the most lurid light Stories ofofcruelty are told with great details it does not seem probable that sutfl f clent care can have been taken to Verify Till of them One of the cor respondents points to the multitude of these evil tales and asserts that these newspapers would not dare to print them if they were not true Unfortunately this is not the case How easy it is to spread defamatory Teports wo all know It is to be regretted that Americans generally are too tolerant of such outrages and It has been the Roman Catholic policy to ignore abuses of this nature I myself have proved the untruth of many such tales so that I know that they are told with Im punity The whole animus of the publications referred to indicate an eagerness to bear Injurious testimony against Catholics asa class to as sume that they are all evil and only evil and that continually I am sure that anyone who reads these periodicals regularly and sym pathetically would be confirmed jn the belief that the Roman Catholic people are either dupes or knaves with none but sinister purpose an element in the population which must must be held up to suspicion and reprobation enemies in short of the Commonwealth This is the word which Is used concerning them in much of this correspondence This is the light inI which the readers of these news papers must have to regard them We are told by these witnesses that one of these papers has a circulation ot 1520000 The minds of its re- adkers are all being filled with hatred and suspicion of the Roman Catholic population I alluded In my former article to forgeries perpetrated by the A P A twenty years ago The same kind of work is going on to- dayAn alleged oath of the fourth degree of the Knights of Columbus A v rg7sbeing wisely circulated One of iny correspondents who Is ina posi tion to know tells me that the Prot estant railroad then on one of the leading lines of the North areac cepting it as an authentic document An organized and persistent attempts made to convince the American people that some fifteen or twenty millions of their fellow citzens are the enemies of their country un worthy of their confidence and friendship It does not appear that any specifc proposition has yet been made to disfranchise them of subjugate them the pbject of this movement seeml1 to be to discredit them to make them feel that they a1Q uJ1d Theban Ji dose nqt seem to 1It e R1d or r Christian policy 1 do not think that It la desirable I 0 DDI wij J JIi KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN LOUISVILLE SATURDAY 261914PRICEANSWERED andthe pBut that such relations of suspicion and antipathy on the one hand and re r sentment and wrath protestantsI should exist between tho and the Catholics of this country I try to put myself In the places of my Catholic neighbors and to think how I should feel If they were largely In the majority and were publishing newspapers in which the same kind of things were said about Protestant ministers and the wives and mothers of our Protestant homes as are being said or insinuated about Catholics by these antiCatholic news papers I have seen a pamphlet published by a Catholic gentleman in Toledo addresed to a Judge of that city in whicl ho puts some search ing questions Do you suppose for Instance that if we were Vile enough to have a Menace If we were low enough to employ pandering lecturers II we were so lost to shame as to slander your ministers that even you with your judicial poise could rep strain your natural human passions If I were so contemptible a cur as to impugn the purity of your homes to insult by reference your mother do you think that oven you could remain calm I i am persuaded that if the same kind of campaign of destruction and vilification and inuendo which is now waged by the antiCatholic propaganda against the Catholics were urged by Catholics against Protestants there would be trouble In our streets- IHBERNIAN STATE CHAPLAIN This week the Kentucky Irish American presents Its readers the Father McCaffrey State Chaplain 1 picture of the Rev T J McCaffrey the State Chaplain of the Ancient Order of Hibernians who has peen an active and invaluable member for the past eight years Father Mc Caffrey has been In the priesthood j StlMarysI ling one and a half years at Flor once and the same length of time at St Patricks church at Covington He is an energetic and zealous priest and in him tho Ancient Order will have an active chapjaln Father McCaffrey built the church at Flor ence and during his short time as pastor at St Patricks he has had erected what is conceded to be one of the finest school buildings imj Kentucky DEDICATED The handsome new brick St Pauls church 1024 South Jackson street of which the Rev Thomas York Is the pastor was dedicated with solemn and beautiful ceremony last Sunday morning in the presence of Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue and a congregation that filled the edifice The new St Pauls replaces i tho frame structure destroyed by fire last spring and Js much larger wjth a most artistic interior Following the dedicatory exercises conducted by Bishop ODonaghue there was a solemn high mass at which the pas tor the Rev Thomas York was the celebrant the Rev James P Cronin V G deacon Father Cyril C P subdeacon and the Rev Patrick Monaghan master of ceremonies The Rev Thomas White pastor of- ft Frances of Rome church dellv bred the sermon The Bishop was also present at the mass Mozarts Twelfth Mass was chanted by an augmented choir of fifty voices Aloyslus Fenz presided at the organ In the evening at 730 there was solemn vespers with the Rev Charles P Raffo pastor of St Charles Borromeo church as celebrant assisted by the Rev John T Hill pastor of St Anns church as deacon and the Rev George Weiss pastor of St Georges church as sub deacon Rev Father Oscar Acker mann of St Philip Norls preached the sermon Thomas J Nolan was the architect and feels very proud of his workt CONDITION UNCHANGED Friends throughout the State will regret to know that the condition of the RevG A Vantroostenberghe pastor of the Church of Our Lady of Mercy at Hodgenville remains un changed For some months past his health has been quite poor and he is ribyr at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where he will have to rep main some time for treatment Added receivedthnephew and two cousins Jn the war now raging In Europe I lIAOIUNSOQrALOLUD The Mackln Council Social Club met Wednesday night and organized for the coming season They will soon Inaugurate their fall aeries of reception danoifi and socials which buntJledeJIhtPity s 4 j e I OCONNOR Describes Patriotic Scenes When the King Assents to llonie Rule September 18 Now Called Ire- lands Day In English Journals I Century Old Feud Between Eng land and Ireland Closed Forever IRISH REGIMENTS ARE FORMING Cabling the American press Hon P OConnor M P describes how ITIrelands day as Friday Septem ber 18 is already called In English Journals was marked by scenes most impressive because spontaneous Prorogation is usually the dullest day of the whole session with every member already on the way to his home and only the officials left But this prorogation was exciting and historic Mrs Redmond and the wives of other Irish members filled all the seats on the benches in tho House of Lords where Unionist persons usually gather and Irish and Liberals broke all rules of the House of Lords by vigorous cheers when the royal assent signified the passage of the Irish bill William Crooks the Labor mem ber a popular figure In the House of Commons and an old and warm friend of Ireland took the pro ceedings entirely under his control and led the singing of God Save the King heartily Joined by the Irish members Ho then called for God Save Ireland Redmond replying shouted God Save England and thus the century old feud between England and Ireland closed forever Though the Tories made a per functory protest against the passage of the bill they also are delighted that the struggle Is over They are glad they have won Irelands heart at last by freedom and are now assured of Irelands cordial alliance in the present crisis It should bo added that Mr Asquith and Lord Chancellor Haldane laid great stress on the necessity of considering the opinion of Irishmen In America as an argument in passing the b111So Irish Arnerlcaln tbl asln other+epochs of Irish struggle turned the scales In Irelands favor There Is now open and cordial cooperation of Nationalists with other British par ties in helping to carry the war to a successful end Ireland was vehemently In favor of tho allies from the first moment through Its old love of Prance and Belgium and their instinctive hatred of Prussian militarism The outrages In Bel gium and Louvaln Inflamed this feeling Though the misgiving owing to the last few weeks delay enabled a small body of cranks In Ireland to preach proGerman policy these represented an Infinites imal minority and their campaign ends with the passage of the bill Redmond and Dillon will be with Mr Asquith at the great recruiting meeting in Dublin I will speak with Winston Churchill and F E Smith in Liverpool Monday on the Invitation of all parties In the city The Redmond manifesto demand Ing the formation of Irish into Irish regiments will be respected by the English war office and already Irish regiments are forming in several English cities An even more Impor tant development will be the arming and drilling of Irish volunteers by the war office so that when the war Is over Ireland will have an army of 100000 trained men to defend hor liberties It is Impossible yet to say fromthistries and creeds created by tho war It is possible that the demand of exclusion by Ulster will disappear The alleged attempts to capture American opinion in favor of Inter vention made by Germany were fully recorded in the cables here but such doharmuniversal British feeling The recent renewal of the pledge of common action In making peace as in war between the allies excludes the possibility of separate action appearancesthepeace is only possible In Berlin with Germany thoroughly beaten It is obviously Impossible for the allies to be content with less terms than the liberation of AlsaceLorraine and tho SUeslaandtheof the German fleet A powerful Germrytycan exhaustedshowing a turn of the tide in favor of the allies still do not promise an early result Germany has still a big army in France Intact and If driven back Into her own borders can defend herself for months The only possibility of driving her to thetriumphant Berlinmonths and overcome a tremendous and obstinate resistance TREAT IN STORE mambegsandfrjends onNovember hasbeesLiteraryCommittae whichThoan4s this meeting all the literary clubs in Louisville will be Invited and two or three numbers on the programme will be selections from literary clubs outside of the council The quartette recently organized by the council will furnish tho music Dr J W Fowler Faithful Navigator of the Fourth Degree and a member of the club has been given the matter l in charge which Insures a successful and entertaining meeting Ii THRILLING Incident That Occurred During tho LateCivil War Day 8 fr r 1L Major Clifford Thomsons Wonderful EscapoyFrom Death at Chamccllorsvllle Won For Him i Medal of Honor and Two Brevets in One Day WAS A BRAVE UNION OFFICER By James A Rooney LL D Thrilling battle Incidents were the order ofthe nay during the War IninterestfromdeathofMajor whatIsone day March 13 1866 one of Captain for gallant and meritorious services generally and the other of Major for efficient services and gallant conduct at the battles of South Mountain Antietam Chan cellorsyllle and Gettysburg Thomson enlisted as a private in the First New York known as the Lincoln Calvary July 19 1861 and at the battle of Chancollorsvllle in May 1863 how s a Lieutenant and aidedecamp on the staff of Gen Alfred Pleasanton the noted cavalry commander ThO story of the great battle is history shut the incident in which Thomson figured so gallantly is not so well known It took place after Stonewall Jacksons memorable charge before which the Eleventh corps broke the equally memorable counter charge ot the Eighth Penn sylvania calvary which struck the head of Jacksons corps and held it long enough topermlt Pleasantonl to ulBceMnrflhaVDaftbryinppBltlon to receive tile Confederates It was in tho dusk of the evening of May 2 when a line of men was seen forming at the edge of the woods about a pistol shot distance from the Union line Pleasanton was about to give the battery orders to fire on them when an officer with field glasses told the General he thought they were our own men Let Lieut Thomson tell the rest of the story himselfThe General said to me Can those be our people I replied that I would ride out and ascertain who they were Putting spurs to my horse I rode out between our guns toward the woods where these troops were forming and approached an easy stones throw of the line with out being able to determine def initely whether they were friends or foes but morally certain they were Confederates I could see two or three of our flags In the line picked up by them on the field when the Eleventh corps broke and several of the men called out to me Come out- Come onl Were friends Presently I made out a mounted officer in Confederate gray uniform which served to remove any doubts I had as to the character of these troops and turning my horse I started to gallop back to our position At tho same time the Confederatp line rushed forward to capture our guns firing as they advanced and shouting their battle yell with vigor Shots fell thick and fast about me one striking the cantel of my saddle and another the scabbard of my sword At the report of the first shot Pleasantons guns opened fire and I was between the two lines guiding my way Between the flashes of our guns Our twentytwo pieces of artillery kept up as rapid a fire as was possible and in a few minutes the Confederate line broke and retreated to the cover of the woods leaving the field between iis strewn with their dead and dying Meantime I had ridden in between our guns in safety Waving miraculously escaped the fire ot friend and foe This was probably the only instance during the war where a Union officer led a rebel charge against Union guns As for myself after getting back to our guns I busied myself as best r could and when our share in the fight was finally over I sound Gen Pleasanton and saluting I said General those people out there were rebels His eyes sparkled with tears as ho held out his hand to me and replied I never expected to see You alive again I thought if the rebels didnt kill you I should but it was no time to stop for one man It was for this that Major Thom son was awarded a nedal of Jionor by Congress At the close of the war he declined an appointment as Captain in the regular army Having fought In 102 engagements during his five years service without being once wounded lie1 decided to return to civil life In New York where he established the Spectator which he edited until till death iii stated His remains were burled with military honors and with a requiem man for the repose pf his soull in fIJ Marys rtuirch East Orange N j RUN AND WON Young and Old Rich andfPoor Pay Last Respect to Jinn Sullivan Big Turnout at Funeral of the Leader of American AthUjtlcr Three Presidents Named Him Olympic Chairman For This 1Country CLEAN SPORT HIS GREAT WORK Young and old rich and poor athletes embryo and finished paid their last respects to James E Sulli van the Leader of American Ath letics last Saturday when his funeral services were cOnducted In St Aloysius church New York City In Its very simplicity In the sincere sorrow that overspread the faces of schoolboys of athletes of men In every walk of life the services were a just response to the sorrow that was felt by all with whom Jim Sullivan came In contact Block after block along the line of the funeral procession the youngsters stood with bared heads many of them wearing the rubbersoled shoes that bespoke the athlete and not one needed any explanation of why such homage was due to the de ceased In front of the hearse on Its trip from the home of the ath letic leader the cortege proceeded to St Aloyslus church The streets were lined with schoolboys prac tically the entire distance Enviously they watched the fifty medal schoOl boys who had on their muchcoveted prize medals from the Public Schools Athletic League of which the de ceased was the moving spirit These boys preceded the casket and their presence seemed to sound the note of the entire funeral It was not the fact that Mr Sullivan had been hon ored by three American Presidents by being named Olympic Chairman for this country neither was It ap parent that under the leadership of the man athletics In this country have assumed a position that was unquestionably ahead of that occu pied by any other country but 1 it was plain that the teaching of the young boys of the worth of sport on a clean baslflrsthel succe88of the Public Schools Athletic League the recreation centers the playgrounds was the crowning feature of Mr Sullivans accomplishments- In the funeral cortege the cham pion boys were so placed that there could be no question of what the de ceased thought of the boys who had won medals In the sport he had fos tered At the head of the line was Inspector Thomas F Ryan followed by four mounted officers Then came members of the Board of Education with Gen George W Wingate lead ing Following this delegation came three District Superintendents of the Public Schools and at the head of the medal boys the color bearer with his draped American flag The schoolboys marching two by two were living examples of Mr Sulli vans work and It showed that creed and color wealth and poverty were on a par for the fifty boys were of many nationalities and from the better and poorer sections of New York Following the hearse were the pallbearers twentyeight men from every branch of life Supreme Court Justice Bartow S Weeks long a close friend and always an ad mirer of Mr Sullivans theories in athletics Senator James J Frawley who fathered the boxing law In this State Col Robert M Thompson President of the Olympic Commis sion Evert Jensen Wendell some times called the father of Harvard athletics but latterly of the Olympic Commission President William H Page of the New York Athletic Club President Thomas W Churc hill of the Board of Education Act ing Mayor O Grant Esterbrook Julian W Curtiss of the Olympic Commission Alvin E Pope of the Panama Pacific International Expo sition Everett C Brown of Chicago and Edward E Bobb of Boston were a few of those who walked behind the hearse not only as admirers of the deceased but as lifelong friends of the man There were in the proces sion representatives from every prominent athletic club In the metropolitan district some of them proud of having had Jim Sullivan on their books of membership- In the church when the cortege arrived friends were gathered In numbers that taxed the capacity of the structure and before the services were started the standees had occu pied every space of vantage even to JimwaSullivan could recall by name and reputation Matt McGrath the hammerthrowing giant of the Police department Pat Ryan another Irish star of track and field who di rects traffic on Broadway Mel Sheppard who has felt the stern hand ot Sullivan reprisal for In fractions of the rules but who tearfully lauded the honesty and cleanl spirit of every Sullivan decision ujimMltchel who started in ath letics when the deceased himself was a runner and Sparrow Robertson who was in the game when Jim was playing It were In tie church The service conducted by Father Francis J Sullivan for thirty years a friend of the d ceased and a Mhoolmate was extremely simple Mgr Lavelle and many of the priest r r 1 hood were In the chancel Father Sullivan In his eulogy made the keynbte of his remarks theBlblical story of Lazarus Hb Is not dead he sleeps He spoke only passingly of the honors bestowed on Mr Sulli van of Presidential Indorsements Imperial honors and hundreds of friendships here and abroad It was in point of the lasting benefits to young America that an unseen but unquestionable monument had been erected said the priest He has run his race and won said Father Sullivan a race that has made him the friend of 150000 children in this city alone The body was borne to Calvary cemetery after the services most of the mourners ac companying the body to its final resting place AWAItD OF MEDALS St Michaels Commandery 103 Knights of St John wll celebrate Its anniversary tomorrow at St Peters church Seventeenth and Garland by attending mass and receiving holy communion at 746 a m In tho afternoon at 3 oclock there will be solemn vespers when the jubilee gold medals will be blessed and awarded the Knights After the religious services the commandery will adjourn to St Peters Hall for a reunion and luncheon St Michaels Is one of the foremost commanderies In the order and from Its ranks were selected the last two District Colonels Theo Poppe and Paul J Breen It Is expected that every member will be In lineIHELPING TIlE ORPHANS Another branch of the Orphan Society for the care of the orphans President Thomas Stevens of the Louisville diocese was or ganized at St Patricks last Monday night About thirty gentlemen ot the parish met and after some preliminary discussion of the orphan question the following were elected officers of the new branch PresidentThomas Stevens Vice PresidentWilliam Silk SecretaryThomas Kllleen TreasurerJoseph Lenahan TrusteeJames P Barry- A regular meeting day in each month was decided on by selecting the first Sunday at 1030 a m or Immediately following the meeting of the St Vincent de Paul Confer ence The Orphan Society IIs now firmly established and will be strengthened by the addition of several more parish branches in the near future JERRY QUILL The death of Jeremiah P Quill which took place Monday brought sorrow to all who knew him Jerry Quill was the beloved son of Mrs Bridget Quill 619 East Jefferson street and a brother of Mrs Mary McGrath wife of William McGrath a member of the police department The deceased was born In this city fortyseven years ago and had served on the police force twentyone years during which he won the confidence and respect of all who know him testimony of which was given by the number who attended his obsequies For faithful performance of his duties Officer Quill retained his posi tion throughout Democratic and Republican administrations During the term of Mayor W O Head ho served as police Sergeant becoming stationkeeper at the beginning of this year Last week he was stricken with heart rheumatism which became serious Sunday His funeral was held Thursday morning from St Johns church The requiem mass was celebrated by his pastor and friend the Rev Father Schuhmann TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Y M I will open Its fall social season on October 1 when tho first of its series of dances will be given at tho club house The fall euchre and lotto party will be held on the evenings of October 21 and 22 Trinitys fifteen member ship teams are doing some active work In an endeavor to secure 100 candidates for the approaching In itiation ATHLETIC FEVER Very Rev Father Crowley of St Louie Bertrands church has just completed the remodeling of Ber trand Hall and has furnished quar ters for the Young Mens Social Club which is composed principally of members of the Shamrock ban club Conveniences for basket balll bag punching boxing and wrestling have been arranged and three shower baths Installed In tho hall while a tennis court Is being built In the yard adjoining Some of the older members of the parish have absorbed the athletic fever and a- basketball game Is being arranged with Councilman Mike McDermott arid Will Brady as the respective Captains ffll l ill WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This OlUce Your Next Order DEMOCRATS Beginning Campaign to Elect Ticket in the Coming No vember Election Messrs Long Scott and Bennett Advancing Claims of Ex Gov Wilson Progressive Party Still Harping on Municipal Election For An IssueA- NNOUNCEMENTS FOR JUDGSHIPS With the appointment of tho Democratic State Campaign Commit tee the campaign for United States Senators and Congressmen in this State is on In earnest and from now until November 3 both parties will district exGov Augustus Willson as their standardbearer already being hard conductedby andAor ganizers with large followIngs Gov Willson Is preparing to speak in every county In the State and his certainlywith the average voter regardless of politics and with this In view many shouldnotseemdisposedstrength too cheaply His race and election for Governor wore made with about prevailingamongthegivinglilmThis appears to be the situation right andChalrmanFrank outfora standard majority for nominee Beck withLoulsv1lleobtained here In the primary was DuganJohn ywhogreatestofrecordinlocDemocracy opiniothat lican parties In the field the Demo l1utthisBullMoosersmuch figure In the result and out side of Louisville they are not repre havinghardlytheir leader Roosevelt losing ground ofhistheProgressiveis trying to revive tho AxtonBusche defendinga fortCongressmanythisment for the tobacco factory of the recent Mayorallty candidate and I IntendedprimaryAsthese columns many prospective candi Circuit1udgeships JudgeMuirhis Intention of being a candidate against Judge Ray who was just appointed by Gov McCreary to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge Smith Another who Is being prominently mentioned as a candi date against either Judge Quarles or Judge Gordon next year is Arthur promInent diately after the November election many announcements are expected and In all probability there will be three In the Circuit Clerkship race to succeed Louts Summers- It is expected that there will bo additional candidates in the contest for members of the Board of Educa tion the announcements to coma after registration many of the opinion that there has beena mis take made by the good government representatives in indorsing Gott schalk and Weaver for reelection especially when it is taken into consideration that these two were a party to the opposition to the ticket representatives obligation thesetwotwoFATTIER HIGGINS COMING StAgnesvisited agowillhisbrothereditorsofAmerlcaQFa j delighted CABLES 10000 IIQSIB 1edgueofTrelearerThomascabled 10000 to John H Redmond t ParIlamentmeeMgrvictorti 6S QNTUOKY YYe2ISH AltIERIOAN I IRISH fWERIGflfLKENTUCKY11- I PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY ftsveted is the Social tad Moral Adraicomemcnt of Irish Araericaat and Cailiolict Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hibernians Young Mini Institute and CathoHc Knights of America KBNTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Pufcll har INSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc BnUnd at thi LveltTlIU Poit Mle eo SecoodClmr ntter AMERICAN 31921 West lines St iMrm aU ComsmsliitloBi to the KENTUCKY IRISH LOUISVILLE KY r SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1914 LAST RESORT Discredited and repudiated for his attempt to become a leader In local Democratic ranks and probable candidate for Congress to succeed Sherley Col Pat Callahan attempts to wreak vengeance on the Kentucky Irish American for Its failure to wor ship at his shrine by attacking this paper in a card in the Banner Builder which Is the official organ of the Junior Order of United Amen can Mechanics our local A P A society Col Callahan attempt to speak for the whole Knights of Columbus for which he has no more right or authority than the writer who is a member of the K of C but this is In line with his past per formances in an attempt to usurp authority Ho Is still smarting under the defeats received as a supporter of the A P As candidate in the last municipal race and only recently In his attempt to defeat Congressman Swagar Sherley although stating in writing only a few months ago that ho would support our present Con gressman The Junior Order sheet for members only gleefully pub lishes the attack on the Kentucky Irish American of course but they will find to their sorrow that Col Pat the latest addition to their ranks has no following being a card writer and self press agent first last and all the time- RELIGIOUS TEACHING Gradually the Protestant denomin ations are coming to realize the absolute necessity for the religious training of children and thereby approve the educational system that the Catholic church provides for its youth Cooperation among parents churches and the public schools in giving religious instruction to pupils from the first grade up was urged Wednesday night by the Rev Dr Itonewall Anderson of Nashville enn General Secretary of Education for the Methodist Episcopal Church South in an address at the Broadway Methodist church before the Louisville Conference Dr Ander son deplored the tendency toward secularization which he said per meated all educational channels and asserted there could be no true and complete education without religion Ho deplored absence of religious in struction for children during the im= presslonabl5 years they spend In pub lic schools saying America is the only country In the world where It fs omitted Dr Anderson also ex pressed the Catholic view that no matter by what terms you define education there can be no true and complete education without relig ion MEXICO We seem to have been lulled Into the pleasant supposition that peaco prevails in Mexico That such is tho opposite of the case is easily gleaned from the accounts that are daily finding their way through the press The Carranza Government has been carrying on a relentless persecution of the Catholic priests and nuns in Mexico Our Government is morally responsible for this condition inas much as Carranza has been endorsed by the United States The American Federation of Catholic Societies took up the matter with the Secretary of State and were informed that the in terests of the Catholic church and Its representatives would be protected Nothing has been done however and the church continues to suffer It will take a great amount of reason tug and a considerable length of time for our Government to satisfy the minds of Catholics that the position taken is a fair one and that as a Government we are not morally re Bponslbie for some of the persecu tions in Mexico since tho Constitu tionalists have been recognized by the United States WHAT EVACUATION MEANS Evacuation of Vera Cruz by the United States troops means that the last check on lawlessness has been withdrawn In that unhappy land and tht the people are abandoned to the tender xnerclee of Carranza Villa Villarealand their associates In rapine and murder These men have been practically forced upon Mexico by the administration at Washing tone and for their conduct President Wilson must shoulder a large share ot the responsibility Apparently he ratlil bVlievea that peacElandjJustice San be eeonred la Mexico through CarratuuL TJpoii frkat Information ke buss that1MUfCIiaol1Ooi1 Jectared but imfonriatloii nappti 4 r through the press is all against the Presidents view- Newspapers have told of the out rages inflicted upon defenseless priests and nuns In Mexico They have told us of the brutal of Villareal in Monterey conductII Contsltutionalist leaders in other places Only the othermanyII one hundred fugitives arrived Francisco from the west of Mexico and their narrative of brutal treat ment of pillage and robbery inflict ed by the Carranzlstas under the leadership of a former convict does I not seem to assure either safety peaco in that quarter It is orII same wherever the Carranza forces have penetrated A reign of terror and a veritable orgy of irreligion have gone with them And this is what President Wilson and his advisers have Inflicted on Mexico byiI supporting Carranza and Villa against Huerta I Tho President took high ground In objecting to Huerta He would I recognize no government in that was based on murder MexicoIII lence Then he proceeded Villa and Carranza who have more t to answer for in tho line of murder than a dozen Huortas And finally I when these highhanded bandits have got the upper hand in Mexico through the aid of President Wil sons agents they tell him to get out of the country I And very obligingly hp complies with their demand and leaves the decent manhood and womanhood of Mexico to their fate What that fate will be we may con jecture from what has taken place already Why the hostile attitude toward Huerta and the obsequious yielding to Carranza and Villa SEES NO GOOD Rev Father Gannon the True Voice editor falls to see what good can come from airing opinions on the war in the dally newspapers It Is not enlightening and it creates ill feeling History will decide who Is chiefly responsible for this terrible slaughter All the information on which to base a fair judgment Is not yet available Nor it is yet time to reapportion Europe among the vie tors or to decldo upon the punish ment of the vanquished That can bo settled only after the war is over God grant that It may be soon AMATEURS SUCCESS The splendid finale to amateur baseball at Eclipse Park last Sunday afternoon was Justly a tribute to the untiring efforts of Capt Frank A Rel pert who has been the recipient of many congratulations which he is justly entitled Heres looking at you Cap and may you live long and prosper Thursdays press dispatches verify every assertion made last week regarding the Mexican situation Villa has disavowed Carranza and the outlook Is for another revolution among the bandits who now control Just what the United States will do In this emergency has not been yet determined but that it will be Involved Is almost certain If we act at all we should do so quickly Now that the long evenings arq coming on apace It will be well to select a stock of good Catholic literature There is plenty of it and in making the selection do not overlook the local Catholic weekly paperIts a poor day when the English press syndicate doesnt kill a German Crown Prince ANNIVERSARY Tomorrow Rev Martin OConnor and his congregation will celebrate with elaborate ceremony the fifty eighth anniversary of St Michaels church 220 South Brook street At 10 oclock solemn high mass will be sung preceded by a grand proces sion In the evening at 730 oclock there will be solemn vespers and benediction of the blessed sacra ment Both in the morning at the mass and in the evening at vespers a sermon will be preached by one of the most eloquent priests of the dio cese Many former residents of the pariah are expected to participate in the celebration RECEIVES ENGLISH CARDINAL Pope Benedict on Saturday re ceived in private audience Cardinal Gasquet of England His Holiness took great Interest In hearing from the Cardinal an account of the unanimity of the British Empire in the present situation The Pope said he rejoiced to know that during thehrOof war the Catholic sol diets have chaplain to accompany the troops andgfoe plrituAl comfort SOCIETY 1 vH1n ifI Miss Annie Coleman spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Emily Cole man In Frankfort Miss Mae Adams Lincoln had as her guest last week Miss Elizabeth Petty of Shelbyville i Gov and Mrs Augustus E Will son have returned from a two weeks stay at Wequetonslng Miss Margaret King is home from Frankfort where she spent a month with her brother John J King Miss Virginia MattinglY spent sev eral days last week visiting Miss Isabella Mitchell dri New Albany Mrs Andrew Kast and Mrs Flor ence Graul were weekend guests of Mrs J P Rhoades at Parkview 9 Miss Constance Cassllly has gone to Springfield where she will resume her studies at St Catherines Acad emTI Miss Nellie Harris who has been visiting relatives in Maine during the past summer arrived home this week Miss Mary G Ridge returned this week from Bedford Ind where she had been visiting for the past three weeks Miss Geraldine OConnell of South Louisville has been spending two WeekS with friends at Campbells ville Ind V Misses Anna and Eliza Hannan have returned from a weekend visit to their brother N O R Hannan in Lexington IMisses Mary Connaughton and Mamie Hager spent last week at West Point the guests of Miss Pearl ThornsberryAmong Louisville people regis tered In New York the past week were John A Doyle P F Brady and J C OiBryan Hamilton Merrimee and sister Miss Maria Merrlmee have moved into their new home on Haldeman avenue Clifton I Mrs P H Callahan and daughter Miss Edith Callahan have arrived In I New York City after spending the summer in Europe I IMiss i Daisy Hannon was the guest of Mrs George Bohelm 712 Vin cennes street New Albany for sev eral days last week T Albert M Herrmann tllEiwell known traveling man is home on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Michael Herrmann Mrs Lottie McCloy has been en tertaining Mrs Rooney and daughter Miss Katherine of Lexington at her home in Clifton Miss Ann Horan has returned after a pleasant visit with Misses Katherine and Julia Horan of the Highlands near Covington John Corbett and family of Frankfort left last week to make their home In Brooklyn to tho great regret of their many friends Mrs John Glenn and Miss Caro line Weltzell spent last week hero at tending the State Fair and visiting Mrs Edward Parker and family Mrs M I Cain of East Court avenue Jeffersonville entertained a house party last week in honor of Miss Clara Murphy of Prather Ind William J Chawk who has been making a business tour of the West will be In Kansas City tomorrow as the guest of Mr and Mrs William J Barry v Mr and Mrs Charles Schwartzel 701 East Ninth street New Albany had as their guests this week Mr and Mrs Thomas Fallon of Lafayette Ind Mr and Mrs James L Newman Mrs Peter King and Misses Anna Julia and Mary Foley of Frankfort visited friends here and attended the State Fair Mrs Jerry Driscoll and two daughters are visiting at Irvington this week Where Mr Driscoll Is em ployed as special agent for the Henderson railroad Mr and Mrs Fred W Stengel celebrated the twentythird anni versary of their marriage this past week and were the recipients of many congratulations Misses Marie Dougherty Helen Butler and Mary Ellen Loyal will return homo tomorrow from Coving ton where they have been the guests of Miss Fern Loyal of Clark street who arranged several recep tions In their honor The marriage of Miss Marie Adel berg and Louis W Bornwasser took place Wednesday evening Rev Will lam Gausepohl of St Mary Mag dalens performing the ceremony A reception at the home of the bride followed the ceremony The marriage of Miss Mary A Smith daughter of Mr and Mrs W H Smith of Midway and Hugh Kreutzer son 9f Mr and Mrs Will iam Kreutzer North State street New Albany will be solemnized with a nuptial mass at St Marys church oJ October 1 letters received this week announce that Benjamin W Crume ant Miss Mary Morgan were quietly married on September 15 In the rectory of StPeters Cathedral at Detr it Mich by the Rev Father MulvThall They will make their home in Atlanta Ga WEDDING AT AUGUSTA marriageJulian Brothers were announced at sty Augustine churph at Augusta on Sunday morale p the groom IB ar f son of Mayor and Mrs John ONeil of Augusta and is engaged in the insurance business while the bride tobe is the only daughter of Sheriff and Mrs L M Brothers of that city and will be seventeen years of ago In January CARDINALS ARRIVE Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore and Cardinal OConnell of Boston returning from Rome whither they hastened to attend tho Papal con clave arrived Thursday on the White Star liner Canoplc The steamer brought about 800 passen gers mostly American tourists who had been held IIn Europe by the war I would congratulate the American people that they aro enjoying peace while other nations are in the awful throes of war said Car dinal Gibbons and I would also congratulate and praise the Amerl can Government on its maintenance ofpeace notwithstanding great temptationsPope XV the now Pontiff has a great love for America and Americans looking up to our Government as a model to all and an example of the best on this earth said Cardinal OConnell The Holy Father sent a message of sincere good will to the people of this land he added CHARITIES CONFERENCE Over 400 delegates representing thirtyfive States were in attendance at tho third biennial meeting of the National Conference of Catholic Charities which opened at tho Cath olic University In Washington last Sunday and continued through Wednesday The session opened with a mass celebrated by the Most Rev John Bonzano the Apostolic Delegate In Washington Archbishop Keano of Dubuque preached the sermon A general meeting of tlie conference followed and the Ex ecutive Committee met In tho after noon The week day sessions were devoted to the reading of papers and discussions of all phases of charity work John A Doyle President of the St Vincent de Paul Society of Louisville was one of the delegates The National Conference of Cath olic Charities ended Its biennial1 meeting Wednesday with the election of officers The following were re elected Honorary President Cardinal Gibbons President Right Rev Mgr Thomas J Shahan Rector of the Catholic University Treasurer William H Delacy Washington Secretary the Rev Dr William J Kerby Washington Other officers chosen were Vice Presidents th Rev Francis J OHara Brooklyn Mrs W F OToole St Paul James F Kennedy Chicago James Mc Murray Boston J McGowan In dianapolis Mrs Edward Mandel New York Assistant Secretaries T Foley Hlcky Baltimore B A Seymour Detroit Mrs Thomas J Burns Chicago I FATHER PARENTS LOCATION Rev Father Damlen Parent who had been located at St Louis Ber trands church for the past five years has been transferred to Kansas City where he will be stationed at the Holy Nameschurch Twenty third and Benton boulevard ex changing places with Rev Father J T Keelty who Is now stationed nt the Dominican rectory this city Father Parent had a hots of friends here especially among the younger hltm transferred I BAZAR ON KNOBS Tomorrow the bazar for St Marys of the Knobs will be opened by Father Sermersheim and his congre gation who would be pleased to have their Falls Cities friends spend the day with them A delicious and bountiful country dinner and sup per will be served and for tho ac commodation of visitors wagons will leave State and Spring streets New Albany at 830 in the morning and 1 oclock In the afternoon This will afford an opportunity to spend a most delightful day in the country and a view of some really beautiful scenery HONOR THOMAS KELLY The United Trades and Labor As sembly at Its meeting Tuesday night paid honor to Thomas Kelly by electing him as the Louisville dele gate to the American Federation of Labor convention which meets iin Philadelphia on November 9 For years Delegate Kelly has been an able and consistent labor leader one who enjoys the confidence of em ployers and employes and the local body could not have made a better selection I CATHOLIC FEDERATION Kentucky will be represented at the thirteenth national convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies by Dr Peter S Ganz Pres ident of the Jefferson County Fed eration and Mrs Ganz who left yes terday for Baltimore John A Doyle is also a delegate and may be able to attend Others selected find it im possible to leave their business for a week The convention will hold its first session Monday and will not adjourn before Thursday I I DINNERIlonday afternoon and evening a euchre and lotto party will be given In the basement of Holy Trinity church Kentucky and Dupuy streets by the members of St Monica La dies Sodality Many handsome prizes have been secured and for those who wish there will be an ex pricesAU dially invited SISTERS TO BE HONORED Next month the Sisters of Mercy of Omaha will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of their coming to Ne br skaTheevent is one of historic importance that calls for a fitting commemoration Fifty years have witnessed great changes in Omaha pioneervillageMercy have had not a little to do with the progress of religion and Catholic education in this section says the True Voice They were the pioneers of Catholic education there which should not be forgotten r HIBERNIAN AUXILIARY The Kentucky State convention of the Ladles Auxiliary A 0 H held last week In Covlngton was without doubt the most successful in the history of that organization Not a minute of the two days was wasted and the legislation will prove fruit ful of good results After the mass with which the convention was opened the officers and delegates proceeded to St Pat ricks Hall where they were called to order by Mrs Mary Monahan County President of the Covlngton auxiliary who turned the gavel over to the State President Miss Fanny Kennedy of Louisville Rev T J McCaffrey offered the opening prayer after which In accordance with the suggestion and wishes of the National President Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly of Rhode Island the auxiliaries of Kentucky were dedicated to the Sacred Heart and Our Blessed Mother under the Irish title of Our Lady of Limerick Committees were appointed by the State President pn credentials rules of order membership and finance bylaws resolutions press ways and means audit and State finance and Irish history These committees were instructed as to their duties and urged to at once take up the work assigned them While the committees were pre paring their reports the State Board held its annual meeting resulting In a number of recommendations the most important of which was to de vise ways and means for increasing the State fund for organization pur poses etc- Adjournment was taken for din ner and upon reassembling the Credentials Committee reported fortyfive delegates present and en titled to seats After tIre reading and approval of the minutes of the preceding State convention the President Secretary and Treasurerl presented their reports which were well received Anna B Bennett th yearold daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Bennett was made an honorary member of the Ladles Auxiliary the badge being pinned on her by the first State President of the Kentucky AuxiliaryWhen committee reports were called for each responded in order Several now laws wore enacted and the Auditing Committee reported the books correctly kept The commit tee on membership and finance made a most complete report as to the numerical and financial standing and also as to the property of tho divisions reportereaffirmed loyalty to Holy Mother Church Catholic education the Cath olic press and especially thanked the Kentucky Irish American of Louisville for its generous and val ued services A very practical1 method to Increase the funds in the State treasury was provided by the Ways and Means Committee and the Irish History Committee recom mended the awarding of prizes to pupils of the highest average in this study In the Catholic schools Them was much enthusiasm when announcement was made that Father historytoCovingtonI prizetd medal With the business transacted officers for the next two years were elected as follows President Miss Lula Murphy I CovingtonVICe e NellieSchKingLoulsl1Ie HowardJr thStateyearshencI PRIESTS MONUMENT Dorneys1 erectedbesidecago Though less than seven months have elapsed since the burial thRevanfriendsworkTinebuildingor buttheIf they wished to perpetuate their pas torther in life was their education It will bt ChicagoOne8 a moving congregationg capacity of 800 and a large stage IRELAND SENDS BISHOP Recently in the Augustinian church at New Ross County Wex DrHeavy NorthQueenslandsecrated to the episcopacy The consecratlpg prelate was Right Rev IrelandRight Rev Thomas Gllmartln anRightd Ballarat Australia The Right Rev Bishop Phelan of Sale Australia was also present The new Bishop Is about fortysix years of age Ho Isa native of Ballybaunls County Mayo and entered the novitiate iin 1885 Two years later he went t Rome and was ordained there 1891 BISHOP MASS ARRIVES The steamship Zeeland from Liverpool arrived in New York on Monday night bringing home the Right Rev Camlllus P Maes Bishop of Coyington Upon his arrival In Covington the Bishop was given a great welcome by a monster gather Ing of people of all denominations many being unable to gain admission to the big Cathedral GERMAN RELIGIOUS CENSUS Accordingto the last religious census there were 23000000 Cath olics In Germany 570000 adherents of the Jewish faith and 40000000 of all the Protestant churches com bined 4 t o CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILM ISMOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisvilc Catering especially to Ladles and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic SACRED HEART ACADEMY J The Ursnlino Boarding School For Young Women and Girl Terms moderate Classes reopen September Catologue sent free Address Secretary Crescent Hill St Matthews P 0 Louisville Ky I rvll t 11 I 11 I S I I I S Mt J BANNON I Pres t lilt H1 IIlIltallIII J P BANNON JR Vice Pres t Trias J P BANNON PIPE CO Sewer and Culvert Pipe- Bannons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified BricK Fire Proofing Flue Lining Fire BricK Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON eHOME PHONES CITY 5731786 COMB MAIN 507 9Q WORKS 13th rod Breck and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th end lOth tVIIHH 11 lIt 11 11 11111 1 111 1 101 111 I oSI11111 I ooooo + ooox t t i DR JeT CHAWKit Veterinary i Infirmary I713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET 2 Tiliphwws Comb S 299a Horns City 2399 X + t++A ooo 8NI1ITS OP CKMIBIIS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where A new council will be Instituted- at Ludlow Ky on Sunday October 11 There will be an exemplification atnDenver on October 11 Omaha Knights will have one of the most striking floats in the Fra ternal parade in that city Archbishop Henry Moeller will bo the honor guest at the banquet of the Cincinnati councils on October 12 Denver Knights are making ex cellent progress in paying off the debt on their home property now valued at 130000 With over 500 members and one of the finest homes in the State the Council at Logansport Ind is in a most prosperous condition- A parade will precede the solemn vesper service to be held tomorrow night at St Elizabeths church New York City under the auspices of Corrigan Council Thirtytwo councils will have booths In tho carnival bazar to beheld in the Twelfth Regiment Armory New York City from Octo ber B to 17 Tho cornerstone of the handsome nqw home of the Knights of Spring field Mass will be laid October 12 tofArchbishop Glennon Gov James Cox Attorney General Hogan Lieut Gov McDermott and Mayor Spiegel will deliver addresses at the Dis covery day celebration In Cincin natl CONSECRATION The death of dope Plus will in no way interfere with the consecration of Right Rev Mgr Thomas J Sha han as titular Bishop to which office he was appointed by His Holiness several months ago The solemnities will be held in the Cathedral In Baltimore in the early autumn THE DATE SET The date for the consecration of Monsignor Patrick J Hayes now Chancellor ofttie Archdiocese as hasfbeen set for October 28 The ceremony will be performed by Car dinal Farley ALL SOULS DAY By a recent decree of the Congre plenaryoindulgence applicable to the souls In purgatory can be gained on All Souls day November by the faith ful as often as Visits are made to any public church provided that they go to confession and receive holy communion and pray for the Intention of the Sovereign Pontiff RAISE THEIR RATES The Catholic Knights of Ohio a strong fraternal Insurance society that should be affiliated with the Catholic Knights of America but which fought the reratlng a number ef years ago has been forced to In- Crease its rates This was done at the convention held last week at Lima Reports showed there was a crisis pending with no money in the treasury and an adjustment was nee eeeary to avoid bankruptcy c r J LAWRENCE 111111I COME TO SEE US IN OUR NEW QUARTERS A larger floor space and a beau tiful show room will enable us to serve you quicker and better than heretofore i Remember our new number 129 SOUTH FOURTH STREET BET MAIN AND MARKET ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO I I I IAll the late and new Styles and Shapes I found here at reasonable prices I Call and see u- sFRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING- N W Corner Fourth and Jefferson THE PHIL HOLLENBAOH CO INCORPORATEDDistillers OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH HOLLENBACH PURE RYE 528 W Main St Louisville Ky CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CONCRETE BLOCKS COLUMNS ART STONE Estimates on All Classes of Work Both Phones Contral Concrete Construction Co 961 Hamilton Avenue CHAMPS STAGE FRIGHT The game last Sunday afternoon at Eclipse Park between tho Butler Bros club of Chicago and the Champions of St Charles parish this city who were the local leaders was hardly a true test of the rel ative strength between the two clubs The Butler Bros won by a score of 5 to 1 four scores of which came aft er inexcusable errors were made behind Pitcher Brownfield foV the Champions while tho one other run was made through a freak bound of the ball on what would have boon an easy out Desplto thus if Brown Bold had continued pitching the same class of ball the last two in nings as he had the early part of the game the worst the local club could have received would bo a tie the Chicago team not outclassing them to any extent Although there were several exprofessionals in the Butler lineup the Champions by playing the same article of ball they furnished here during the season would have walked away with the game For some unaccountable reason they were troubled with a bad case of stage fright especially at the bat fourteen of them being fanned by a mediocre twirler tad IB most instances not even striking tat tIle ball n I1 KENTUOK2 IRIE3fl A1ORICAN 1 RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums We aim to protect our read ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility STRUCTURAL IRON WORKS Foundry and Machine Shop GRAINGER CO Incorporated Tenth Street Louisville Ky IRON AND HEAVY HARDWARE Carriage and Wagon Woodwork and Hardware TODDDONIGAN IRON CO Incorporated 800813 W Main street CASKETS AND UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIES Wholesale Only A NATIONAL CASKET CO Incorporated Eleventh and Magazine Streets DISTILLERS JOHN T BARB CO Incorporated 720730 W Main Street Old Borbee FayMus Kentucky Weller J CL W Whiskies Sole Owners Reg istered Distillery No 32 Phones Main 2686Ai City 6263 FOR BY for the see of natural trae W Near Sf PkOM BAGS of Sacks for Flour Mills Grain Dealers Produce Men Fertilizer Dried Grain Ice etc Write for price on anything 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PHONES 810 i i STREETi i Horn City 3101 Cumb South 900Y DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO INCORPORATED Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal Office and YardsFifteenthand Magnolia Av- enueHAYFEVERDoctors say take a trip We say TaKe LESELIA and ROSELIA Cost But They Cure Hay Fevar NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS SIGNATURE SALE SALL ct1NYA I Gas Excellent Most Excellent Specially adapted economical u SON 25 Market Second MART I 222224 South Twelfth 1 t Manufacturers WALKER Louisville Connections Description MACHINISTS IjOuJsvillo i BOTH 1 They Little IDRUGGISTSI I Leselia Co1INCORPORATED Quick Meal RangesA- re GEHER American Bottling Works JXNGLERT- JROPLEMONSOUR ORIGINATORS LADIESLet Old HatI Into a New One Our Idea of cleaning Ladles Hats has proven a great success Our forty years In business is our guar anteeWhen you bring your Hat to us you are bringing It to a byLouisvillecome to us to get the best work at these extra low prices Our prices 7ffo and 100 We have thirty new uptodate stylos to select from Just think o- fItany old hat whether It be theInto i n tongujustFalls City Straw Works 713 W Jefferson North Side TIC CATHOLIC PAPER The Catholic paper goes wherei there is no church and where eveni the possibility of a Catholic school IIs not even dreamed of The Catholic paper is A tireless missionary speak- Ing to mea In their silent hour of earnest meditation speaking to themi without restraint yet without of fense The Catholic paper Is the church and school brought Into the home It enlightens It strengthens it explains it illustrates it defends commandsIt 1 and scatters it throughout the com mNft8ngerbto r sow itRhenrerthere Is a human heart open to reeeiT itl a GRAND BAZAR All arrangements have been per fected for the grand bazar for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital which will open next Wednesday in Llederkranz Hall Sixth and Walnut and close on the Saturday night following For months preparations for this event have been under way and the attractions provided should make this the most Interesting and successful bazar ever held in Louisville The hall decorations will be floral inter mingled with American flags and the Papal colors E J Parker Is the General Chairman and will be as I sisted by the following committees Floor Managers Col Frank Mc Grath Chairman E J Parker Charles J Cronan John J Barry Al M Emler Frank Dugan Peter OHare and Al S Smith Booths and Stands Pete Koch Chairman James J Gaffnay Leo Yates M J Walsh Jacob Hubbuch and P B Lanham blamond Ring ContestJacob J Hubbuch Chairman with Col Frank McGrath E J Parker Andy Kast as judges and Charles McDevitt and William P McDonogh as account antsMGerman Village Committee Jo seph C Overberg Chairman Will lam Gatto Jack Shelley John F Oertel Frank Senn Edward Hill Theodore Evers M J Brennan and John J Barry Wheel of FortuneGeorge W Berry Chairman William P Mc Donogh Ed Caffrey Capt MIkE Lovett Andy Kast Robert Loran Ed Brennan Barney Campbell Jr Tom Wellington Ed Kirn John Burke John Coleman James B Kelly Eugene J Cooney Ray Bar rett William Rueff Mark Ryan Joe Garvey B J Flynn Ben Hund Jo seph P Meehan Patrick C Fallon Dr J H Metcalfe Capt Harry Bundschu and James Ridge Auditors and Cashiers James OCpnnor Chairman Thomas Mc Donough William J Connelly Charles J McDevltt Charles Barker Thomas D Clines Harry T Colgan E B Parker and Raymond Flanigan Electric PianoAl Brand Chair manPress and Printing John J Barry William Kaltenbacher Charles King Foley and Leo Schuh mannPublic Health Dr Charles L Edelen Chairman Dr Henry Rapp and Dr Mitch Casper Publicity and PromotlonSyd J Raffo Eugene J Cooney Den Hund J L Brownfleld P B Lanham Fred Leezer Charles Frank Henry Wlllenbrlnk Ed T TIerney James Greene Georgo J Kremer Fred Dauer Harry J Angermeler John J Westorfleld Gus Weber John L Gruber Charles J Raidy Dan Kane Charles OConnor Eugene A Mc Carthy William Hume S J Mc Elliott John H Hennessy Mike J McDermott S J Schadeler Jerome King Joseph Schrecker Patrick Lis ton Joseph Lynch John T Mattlngly and John T Keaney NoveJtYBooth1lrs Frank Mc Grath Chairman Mrs James P Whallen Mrs E J Parker Mrs Frank R Hines Mrs Peter OHare Mrs J Cronin Mrs Neff Mrs TtUnderwood Miss Mollle Curran Miss SI McDevitt Miss Rose Cunning ham Miss Lucy Higgins Miss Lydia Smith Doll Booth Mrs John H Busche moyer Chairman Mrs B Janslng Mrs C F Taylor Mrs Edward J OBrien Mrs Dr Galvin Mrs Caw thorn Miss Mario OBrien Miss Elizabeth Hayes- Readymade Clothing Booth Mrs J Miller Chairman Mrs W JosephMeehanCandy BoothMrs Phil Ernwlne DoughertyMrsElliott Miss Rose Conroy HannahNagleKeenan Mrs Thomas Vaohughton NeUWatkins MissBMissDorothy LeoYatesMeehanWagnerMrs MlasAnnieMissSadieaidCmmbinatfon SandageGormanMrsMCasperMissLorettaMcDonoughGaffneyWaitresses KastDlancheElizabeth Hayes Alice Hayes Nfl AnnaFrancisMcLaughlinBonitaMattingly MaoneMaryMarie AlarCampbeUy KateCollinsMurphyDinner serveehandsomeyPALL RACE MEET theDouglasansuspicionsIspredictedi mlast will witness the sport daily until the urdayllanagerJohn Douglash scanSBeechmonStaltessplendid field and the other ilv events are all well filled With th most noted horses contesting the events all nqxt week there will b the star jockeys of the country Eac day there will be rich purses an evenly balanced overnight handl caps and on the fiaal day the great race of the year the Louisville Cup at two miles Many horsemen look to see the worlds record smashed when this race is run provided weather and track are good thT VBBWBB IN BOSTON uilThose who chanced to be o Washington near Gkhool trt Trl day xnorniBg eta attracted try a gloat of a man who idrolled lelaure17 and aimfeMAr along look SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O U DIVISION 1 Second and Fourth Thursday Lieder kranz Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording tiCusickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTicasuror SrIDIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Williams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J FordBVice President J Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentlneThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 eets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Nopn DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rellSentinellIoI J McDermott Y 3VI X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken ney Second Vice President Fred SchulerWBarry Financial SecretaryWill Cassln Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Raymond E Schottt fOutsideExecutive CommitteeF G Ad ams George Simonis Frank Geller W A Link Chas Schuler ing Into shop windows admiring their contents with rail the Interest of a small boy The big man was KentuckySenatorcouncils of the Democratic party of physlcaHyThoman has had long years of service In Washington haying served In the Houso of Representatives for mnay years before being elevated to theISenate He is the pride and Joy of tho Kentucky Democracy a great tgeanpretenttonswill be treated to his sparkling speeches from now till the campaign closes up there for Ollie Is constd ered one of the big Democratic guns and the battering the Republicans of Maine will receive from him Is confidentially expected to bring their nDemocratsBoston AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY I timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic History of America By James A Roonoy LL D i RightRevfirstBishopmlarCorkRomeJune15 1843 aJesuit18 1872 JeanPlerrontheIroquoIsMeuseFranceexplainthesavages by means of pictures painted by himself returned to France in 1678 where he died date unknown September 30 1889The Rev Ger ald P Coghlan organized parish of Our Lady of Mercy Philadel phia cornerstone of new church laid October 12 1890 dedicated November 19 1899 Father Cogh 18illOrdainedbrated silver jubilee October 24 1897 I October 1 1880The Right Rev Michael Corrigan appointed co adjutor of New York succeeded t see October 10 1885 born i Newark N J August 13 1839 Ordained in Rome September 19 1863 consecrated Bishop of Newark May 4 1873 died Mayu 1902 NebYork of Rear Lexingej serveed from 1869 to his death d medals for extraordinary heroism Novemh fodr conspicuous conduct in e during Spanish war author of The Real Hawaii October 3 187Q Death at Newark of the Most Rev James Roosevelt oef Baltimore born at Rye N Y Ai ttet23Lt4 converted to the faith In Rome and baptized there April 28 1S42J ordained March 2 Panl tD hopBt4lnIsaoted to Metropolitan flee of Baltimore J1I11 19 IIll JUBILEE Tomorrow the St Johns Sick Benevolent Society will celebrate its twentyfifth anniversary with fitting religious and social exercses The socety la today represented by tho following officers Edward J Reiss who has been resident for twelve years Herman Blumers Vice Presi dent Christ Zehe Secretary Jacob Walsor Treasurer George Heltkem per Marshal The jubilee celebra on will begin tomorrow morning at Vincent de Pauls church when the members will attend a solemn high mass at 630 oclock and receive holy communion in a body At 3 oclock In the afternoon there will be solemn vespers and flag blessing with sermon thereon by the pastor Rev Father Thome In the evening at 8 oclock there will bo a banquet i the new school hall at which ishop ODonaghUe and a number of clergymen will be guests of honor John Dodt the first President will preside as tastmaster and several eloquent speakers Including Lieut Gov McDermott will deliver the responses The arrangements and celebration are under the direction of a committee composed of Messrs Michael A Hellman Christ Zoho and Frank Bronger On September 2 1889 a number of members of St Vincent de Pauls congregation called a meeting to or ganize a sick benevolent society The Rev John Helslng the pastor of the church welcomed the gathering and explained its object and after several talks John Dodt was elected Chairman and Charles Hubbuch meetingItganization the St Johns Sick Benevolent Society in honor of the pastor whose baptismal name was John Meetings were held laws adopted and on October 6 the first election of officers was held when the following were chosen John Dodt President Richard Rohm Vice President Henry Beckman Sec retary Charles Hubbuch Treasurer As a finance committee the Presi dent appointed Jacob Schnabel JosephNlehoffthen appointed Joseph Schenken felder as doorkeeper Philip Kind Jen was elected Marshal The first Sick Committee that served In the HenryAmshottAdophAmshoftIam Aimshoff and Sebastian Ahl brand On November 26 the society was Incorporated the following mem bers signing the articles John Dodt Rohm Charles Hubbuch illiam Denkler Joseph Niehoff H HenryAmshofronly member now living At this meeting there were 116 members on i f todayIsyears the society has lost by death fiftyone members and twentyflvo members wives Tho Treasurer has paid for death benefits 9754 and duringthisstanding of the society IB the best of any of Its kind in the city BASEBALL FINALE Tomorrows doubleheader with Cleveland marks the closing of tire association baseball season In Louisville one which has been a source of pleasure to the fans from the outset the class of ball furnished being top notch The only pang of disappointment attached Is that our boys could not trim the Milwaukee enoughPubxfight given Louisville this past week by the Indianapolis team Is another proof of the contention made In these columns last April when It was stated in speaking of the pennant race that In addition to Louis ville and Milwaukee Indianapolis was sure to prove a contender the last two teams not because of their gingerdlspayedbaseball This prediction has been verified to the letter as the results show Owner Otho Wathen has had a profitable season from every stand point and the fans have shown their putLouisvillewhich In a way Is a splendid adver tisement for the od burg and to a man they will be found pulling for him back at the old stand next year KILKELLYS The Lea Bleakmore Corporations of San Francisco are searching for the blowing named John Kllkelly KilkellyMichaelof the above named persons were the children of Brian Kilkelly and Mary Holland his wife of the County Galway Ireland from the vicinity of Kllkellys Bridge which is near the towns of Lessadondon and Athenry All of the above named persons emigrated to America John and Patrick were last heard of in 1865 when they were living In New York City Julia married In New York about the year 1866 Sho and her family later moved to Colorado and have not been heard from Edward Is said to have died of the yellow fever in one of the Southern States in 1869 Michael inaofnthese persons are dead but their descendants will be entitled to the inheritance which is the object of relsted to any of the individuals named are requested to communicate with this CorporationsIn nottheytheInhetltance NEWEST IN STYLES Full circular skirts are hinted at The majority of sleeves are long Zibeline Is being used for winter coats Some of the new suits have coats with high necks The brilliant shades are not ingood taste for fall usedts oetfhIthebeatforr FRANK FEHR BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY a PALLS CITY BREWING COssINCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordu a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt C9 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light E Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TIlE WIEDEMANNIiPCORPO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers ofSold for purity strength excellent flaw ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE XT w- IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER I SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY 4 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IWHISKYIjf H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky w r THE 100 BOX DELUXE our Saturday Special is the most remarkable Flower value obtainable Other BOXES DE LUXE at S3OQ and S3OO Coupons with every purchase Place Your Orders Friday for Delivery Saturday JACOB SCHULZ Since 1873 THE FLOWERS SHOP AT 530 S FOURTH AVENUE Give your boys on education that will prepare them tot lira ST XAVIERS COLLJBGfc 112 W Broadway Sonfcville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr H BOSSE tlSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 810 PEHR AVENUE Teloshte 112 Many of the new waists are made to wear over the skirts Plaid silk Is made up with plain satin for the new waists I There is a great diversity in the sizes of hats They are worn from the smallest to the largest There are beautiful scarfs in silkI or wool that otter most pleasing IneckpiecesI waistline to ankle and they have little underskirts which are much tighter oRnIntroBt welbelow1 I THE 2 FAVORITES N of LonisTlllei Particular SinoterLtt TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A JySC Clear The cigars without an equallnquaUt and flavor HomemadeUl1loamade- and the best made for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY a CO MAKBBB SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET MONUMENTSWe loads of Monuments ranging 1 k price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give tss a call dour warerooms 3183J9 West Green St New Miildoon Mommf C- iBROS I HERRMANN IMHRTER2aFINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dittillers and WholwMle Deal a era is Finest Baradaof Xa tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLKOmBONp- TffcMit4Jg tut son mm f d I k UCKY J 3 SH AMERIO I 41 +r1 A f whatth Club Plan Iss And What It Means to You The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and who wish to buy House simply for the convenience of our patrons hold floods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the Amount of your purchases for joining for instance The membership too on a 2500 purchase would bo 7Cc i i Tho membership fee on a 5000 purchase would bo 150 The membership too on greater purchases would of courso bo In proportion You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase For Instance on a 2500 purchase you tho first paymentas 260 down In addition to the membership fee making a total pay to and you arrange to of 326 The goods are then delivered you pay the balance In small weekly or monthly payments When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are whether special or regularyou will purchased at our cash prices is nothing in comparison that our membership feeclearly seemore place on their goods for with the additional cost Installment houses the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CAIUETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB PLAN further information regarding the Club Plan will be Any cheerfully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floorBACON85U4 K INCORPORATE- DWe Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons Fi1- 1l141eN1 S 1II1 t tit t Jill I n 111111 S tll zcI 1 Jot 1St I t 1 U i 1 r = HiT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery L the South ettinII 1 f For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the barestmy prices 3 the lowest and my terms the best R JAMES GREENE t 425 427 and 429 East Market Street m ii wrJwwwwr The Last wwwww Dollar + nrn7 OO mJ That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED ti 4 twice a year There MAY COME a time whoa year LAST DOLLAR must be spent for somethlag you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming j i Ky Title Savings Bank i and Trust Co Fifth ant Court Place D Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m i im 11fi1 t WEWANTYOURWORKWere IIWereand in FirstClass Style t PRINTINGCards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations ta Specialty HOME PHONE 146 c KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 319 WJB50TC NSTRBET k t + + + + ++ +333 334 FHH 3I1 + + a FRANK A OHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES You Can Make a Square Meal o+ Our Round Steak ta nwMMu7a sisIIHtCM5252 9iM frwiklh Street u DOUGLAS PARK JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN MEETING OF EIGHT DAYS Beginning Friday Scpteitiber 25 and Ending Saturday October 3 STAKE DATES Beechmont Stakes Selling 1500 added five and onehalf furlongs Saturday September 26 The Louisville Cup 2500 added two miles Saturday October 3 First Race at 215 P M Admission 150 and 100 Reduced Railroad Rates Churchill Downs===Fall Meeting 1 8 Days Racing I HIGH CLASS RACES DAILY Falls City Handicap the opening day feature Twentysix nominations Saturday October 10 the Golden Rod Stakes with great field of horses Tuesday October 13 the Cherokee Stakes with thirty nominations Saturday October 17 the great St Leger Handicap twentythree nominations FIRST RACE AT 215 P M ADMISSION 100 AND 150 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doln the Pat WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 2 will hold its regulnr meeting next Thursday evening The Ladles Auxiliary at Logans port Is one of the most flourishing In IndianaSix new members were elected at tho last meeting of the New Albany Ladles Auxiliary Thomas Keenan Sr made many friends by his address at the state convention banquet The social clubs of Divisions 3 tand 4 are planing for a fall series of euchres and dances County conventions are being held everywhere and officers elected 1tor the ensuing two years Division 3 had a rousing meeting Monday night and heard revorts from the State convention Division 4 will meet next 11ondny evening and hear reports from the delegates to the State convention The county convention will beheld Sunday afternoon October 11 the meeting place not decided ns yetThe Hibernians Ladies Auxiliary of Norwich N Y presented a beautiful banner to the Holy Name JSo cietyState President McBreen took Weeks vacation after his election and will now begin active work for the order Members will soon be called uvon to elect division officers Care should be taken and only capable and good men chosen An automobile parade followed by a banquet were the closing features of the Nebraska State convention at South Omaha Our Ladles Auxiliary looks forward to a busy season and several social affairs are among the fentures of their programme Little Rhode Island has now 2300 members The Ladles Auxiliary Is also in excellent condition and Increasing In numbers The formal opening of the new homo erected by the Hibernians 01 Portland Ore will take place next month when It Is planned to have a big Initiation Division 1 of Logansport Ind hns kept up the interest of its members for thirtynine years and has had the hearty support and goodwill 01 all the people there A beautiful picture of St Bridget now adorns the meeting room of the Ladles Auxiliary In New Alban resented by Miss Mary Hennessy In memory of her mother Dr W J McCrann who former resided here and is well known Ito- many Louisville Hibernians w toastmaster at the banquet given th Nebraska State convention Past National President Jam Regan presided at the joint publ Installation of the Minnesota State officers last night when the State convention was brought to a close Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly Nation President and Mrs Adele Christ National Secretary of the Ladle Auxiliary attended the Minnesota State convention held in Mlnneapol this week The Ladles Auxiliary of New Albany will hold an initiation iitrJ Holy Trinity Hall on Sunday Oct ber1S when the degrees will bE conferred by a team from the Lout rllle auxiliary Indianapolis Hibernians hav gain elected Bart Kavanagh to the office of County President He is 8 veteran Hibernian and for the pat four years has been President of the argest division In Indiana Columbia Division of the Ladles Auxiliary San Francisco initiated 8 large class last week and receive nany applications Numerically and financially Columbia lays claim to sing one of the best auxiliaries In the country One of the greatest sources oi satisfaction to the Ladles Auxillar lies in the fact that It received prac tally the last blessing of Pop PiusX given to an American or anlzation a blessing sent with most fatherly commendation of the good work being done by that or anlzation and sent in response to the greetings of the National Pressll- dent Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly YOUNG MUmS BAZAR The young ladles of the Bodallt 0tthtBleHed virgin will give a buarn St Patricks school hall hlrtaath and Market on October 30 and 11 The arrangement areir- r y- rr n t Was a Good SendI iChurch Road Va August fit prostrxVoa weak that I trembled all over my knees gave way first and then vans unable to move but since I took Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic I feel stronger1can work again and want aU day WIthout dUn eultr The Tonlo was a Godsend for me I speak of Its wonderful effect quite litter B F Pltchford Mrs Paul Fnchs of Unlontown Wash was often afflicted with unconsciousness which disappeared after using Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic Mrs M Blunt of Ashland n R J vs had a girl troubled with Bt Vltud Dancer which could not move herself for I about six months but since she Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonlo It so ranch as she did not when the tookII tor treated her FREE NerIvousr Port weyoe loa liD e 1876 and now by tho KOENIG MED CO Chicago Ill 62 W Lake Street nosy Dearborn CbI4 by Drotf tliti at S1 per bottl 6forMLarge Size J17S 6 Bottlii for 9 COMING EVENTS Saturday September 2GEcurslon to Evansville Hodgenvlll Tell City Troy Crnnelton Rockpor Huntingburg Lincoln City and Ja- per returning Sunday night September 3Q October 12Bazt for benefit bfSts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital at Llederkranz Hall St Cecilias SodalityEuchre nnd lotto In St Cecilia Hall Wednesday October 14 St Anns churchEuchre and lotto afternoon and evening Friday October 16 In school hall October 15 Euchre and lotto for benefit of St Briglds church 1In parish hall- October 15 16 17 Bazar in St Columbas new school hall for benefit of building fund October 21 22 Euchre and lottoI given by Trinity Council Y M I In hall Baxter and Morton October 3031Bazar under aus vices of Young Ladies Sodality c- St Patricks church in school hall 0100101101101010001111110 the hands of a committee composed I of the folowing Misses Gertrude I Riley Margaret Gleason Bennett Wolf Mary Nolan Rita Manion and Rosella Keenan The proceeds ot the bazar are to be added to the fund for the erection of a new I school at Sixteenth and Market RECENT DEATHS A noble soul who bore her suffer lings with uncomplaining meeknes I was given surcease Monday whet God called Mrs Louisa Dicta beloved wife of Charles Dletz 104 C East St Catherine street The funeral mas was celebrate Thursday morning at Holy Trinity church a large number of mourning friends being presentI Besides her husband sho is survived l by four sons Charles S John D August J and Anthony J Dietz and three daughters Mrs Louisa Nus baum and Misses Marie and Phlllei Dietz and eight grandchildren John B Mallon local agent of the Illinois Central and widely known In railroad circles died Tuesday morn ing following an illness qf a compll cation of diseases Fortified by the last sacraments and surrounded bj his family and relatives he was pre- paredI for the summons that called I him from this life and passed away peacefully Surviving him are hit wife and son Paul aged thirteen I who live at 1045 Gar ln Place his mother Mrs S C Mallon and a number of brothers and sisters TIre funeral was held Thursday morning l from St Louis Bertrand church at l tended by sorrowing friends and I relatives many from distant points I VAOATION AT NAZARETH The Rev Father Dcminlo Crane the zealous and beloved chaplain of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital will return today from Nazareth Where he has been spending a two I weeks vacation and enjoying a much needed rest- OALLAIIAN AT CAPITAL 0011 H Callahan of this city I topped oft in Washington on Tuesday on his way home from New I York CUff where he went to meet ila wife and daughter who have just returned from Europe Before savlhgTiQ ruled upon several mom ors of tha Kanttieky delegation 5 Oct 9Oct 17 r SIX IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Portrush Urban Council has applied for a loan of 40000 to light the town by electricity John Rorke County Surveys Queens county has been elected County Surveyor for County Klldan The death of James Flanagan at Ballymote has occasioned deep regret among a wide circle of friends and acquaintances The death is regretted of PatricK derety Dorrylough County Long ford Ho was Chairman of the Ballymahon Guardians Two water bailiffs named Patrick and John fliurke were fired at tour times by poachers while on l1uty it Lackagh Turloughmore The death is announced of Cal James Hamilton a Wlcklow ship owner and a member of the Wlcklo Harbor and Urban Council The coast road between Bangor md Donaghadee from Baloo Lowe io Rogers Point is closed each evening both to pedestrians and vehiclesThe charges against William and Tames Melia of being In a place where illicit distillation of spirit was carried on were dismissed at the arna Petty Sessions Messrs M J Mlnch and George IVolfo have been unanimously reelected Chairman and Vice Chairmai of the County Klldare Joint Committee of Technical Instruction Rev Brother Mullen for some yOars Superior of tho Christian brothers at Mount Sion Waterford has been transferred as Superior to jotterfrack Galway and is replaced by Rev Brother Nolan from Wex ford Dr John A Pierse son of thi Vexford physician and surgeon Dr Thomas Pierse has not only asked with honors his final exam- Ination in the National University but he obtained first place in all roland Upwards of 1000 volunteers wen ecently reviewed in the show rounds at Ballina Col Moore sale ho Irish people had fought for titers long enough and now he thought they ought to be ready to fight for Ireland Rev Brother T J Ryan has retired from the prlnclpalshtp of the Christian Brothers High School Uonmel and Rev Brother M P luggan Superior of the Christian Brothers schools Thurles has beer appointed successor The police who have been guard- Ing the railway bridges In the Mary borough district since the outbreak oft war were withdrawn and ordered back to their respective stations A urge number drafted In from country stations were on duty day and IghtAt the Loretto Convent Omagh 1IIss Anna McGlade Knocklough rim Titlss Catherine McGInnis laughtmanus and Miss May Con- nollY were received into the order the ceremony being performed by Right Rev Mgr ODoherty Miss iretta McGlade was professed a nun The death occurred suddenly ol the Very Rev William Dempsey of lownpatrlck a well known Down and Conor priest He had presided t a meeting of the Diocesan Orphan Society and appeared in his usual health While waiting Ifer his train at the County Down station along with other priests he took 111 and- soon afterward expired While Dr Mulcahy Coroner for South Leltrta was out driving with his pony and trap at Klltybarden a- level andcrossing on the Cavan eltrlm railway the pony shied at a train which was brought to passing standstill The doctor who was a companied by his wife was thrown violently against one of the wagons id sustained such Injuries abottt the head that he never regained cons ilousness and died a few hours later UNITED IRISH LEAGUE Hon Michael J Ryan City sollc- tor of Philadelphia last Saturday Issuel the call for the national coin ventlonof the United Irish League of America which will be held at the aldorf Astoria New York City on Wedne day September 30 Repre ntatlve Irishmen from all parts of thecountri and Canada will attend for the purpose o celebrating the- flrial triumph of home rule for 1re- llandlhe Irish organizations ot- New York are making preparation fof the Oeeaelonr fa11141ZSSIIIIIIIIIllltll H ST SONSfOURTN AYlNU 4YC09PDq4PtD The Last Da- yMILL ENDSALE When the gong sounds this Saturday evening at 6 oclock this sale will close Beginning at 8 oclock Saturday morning Mr Lockhart will have special sales in every department throughout the house We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates 1111111111 t S JIll 11111 S U 11 ++ SJ11 14H OS 111 t 11111 t ILROUND TRIP EVANSVILLE Saturday Midnight Sept 26 150 ROUND TRIP TO SPECIAL TRAIN SEVENTH ST DEPOT CANNELTON TELL TIIOY BOONEVILLE And Other CITY ROGRPORTIILEAVE LOUISVILLE 1200 LEAVE NEW ALBANY MIDNIGHTJARRIVE EVANSVILLE For Branch Um Points leave Louisville 01 Train No4 Sinday September 27 730 a m Retarv ng special train leaves Evinsvllle 700 p m Sunday Sept 27 Arrive Louisville 1155 p m SOUTHERN RAILWAY PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH 30 Surety Coupons Free IThis Week We will Give Thirty Surety Coupons With 2 12 Ibs of our splendid NEW BLEND COFFEE at 70c I I ImanyI S HORDI Phone ijij QlS8 W MARKET TREBTI FURNITUREForRoom Large selection good quality and reasonable prices WMs F MAYER9 Market Bet Fourth and Fifth tiVV10M SNNK1fStiK i i I I 1HOLESALE1 GERMAN BANKWe Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS 124 SOUTH FIFTH STREETBETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET i Pending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market NONN1N1 NNOON100o0N10N001NV II n II Ui 1 nU till t 111i II tlttl c OHAMPAQNES FINE WINES AL KIOLB323 West Greea Street 1LIQUORS OIGAS8 11 n 0