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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1IIi I WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give Thill 0511cc Your Next Order VOLUME XXXIII NO 15 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 10 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS FRANCISCANS Celebrate Feast of ThelrFounder With Beautiful Religious CcrCluonyI Dominican Fathers From St Louis Bertrands Sing high Mass p Impossing Procession Precedes Opening of Forty Hours Prayer STORIES OF TilE GENTLE SAINT Last Sunday was a most holy day for the clergy and people of St J celeJ ceremony the feast of the gentle St Francis of Asslsi the foundefr of the Franciscan order and also the begin nlhg of the Forty Hours Adoration The solemn high mass at 10 oclock was celebrated by a priest of the Dominican order from St Louis Bertrands as it has long been the custom for the Dominicans to offi elate at the Franciscan church on St Francis day and the Franciscans at the Dominican church on St Dom inics day After the mass there was an Imposing procession In honor 9f the Blessed Sacrament and the begin ning of the Forty Hours prayer which came to a solemn close Tues day evening Services were held Sunday Monday and Tuesday even- Ings with sermon and benediction and on Monday and Tuesday morn Ings there was mass and exposition at 530 oclock The feast and attendant ceremonies attracted so many that the big church was thronged at all the services St Francis of Assist Is the gentle saint whose memory is treasured by S Catholics and Protestants The special characteristic of Francis and the one which he seemed to have been most anxious to have his brothers practice was simplicity Many of the legends in the Fior ettl show this Let the reader not smile at them but rejoice only in their picturesqueness In some pf them we find a gentle humor as for Instance the story of the angel vis Ron who if he were not an angel one would call a rather mischievous daydIsguisedknocked at the convent door and put several Inconvenient questions to a brother who moved by an exag gerated asceticism and contrary to the wishes of his Superior wanted to debar the brethren from eating meat The same angel on another occasion knocked so loudly and so impatiently at the convent door that the brother who came to open it reproved him sharply for his unman nerllness and Impatience But of all the early companions of Francis Brother Juniper Fra Glnepro is the one about which the quaintest stories are told in the Fioretti Francis loved him for his simplicity and with a play upon his name said he would wish to have a wood of such But the reckless liberality and charity of his brother and his childlike simplicity often placed the posltlon In charge of the church or the con vent and a poor person came the way he would give away the silver balls and candlesticks and even his clothing keeping only the scantiest covering and all for pltys sake His charity led him to do many strange deeds and one of his ad ventures Is so full of drollery that It is worth the telling A poor sick brother was one day filled with the strange longing for a pigs foot Juniper who sat by his bedside too Impetuous to think a moment Jumped up seized a knife and rushed forth to the wood where he quietlylieFrancis love for animals for he thought nothing of the feelings of the victim which was to pay the penalty of his wonderful charity He cut off one of the pigs feet returned triumphantly and cooked It for the sick man He was quite surprised when the owner of the pig objected so he begged pardon so sweetly that the man In compunction soeharplyIdlled venta very welcome addition to I their poor larder Though Francis had this same characteristic of simplicity he was intellectual In the highest degree and was a skilled musician and poet In the days be LadyPovertygallants of his city and he was called the Debonnair Francois in an old French version of his life ng11shedlface would fill his enemies with com punction He loved dnlmiils with a spiritexultedspoke of the elements as Brother theCahesI 1ecognidnghlltlove and did his bidding All tlleee traits are the more re agehelivedtipeer ambition and trite The bulldhigUiemIis yeB up with pride and combatlve MJMHJJ ihe nobles were ferocious the clergylIve4 In Bplendor Franci- stmaOInf humility poverty and i I f II- kENTU I o rj t c t f i u 1 CKY IRISB AMERICAN charity must have been repugnant to many But withal It was the age of faith and romance and the most worldly minded were capable of making the most exalted sacrifices when the impulse camo to them Francis preaching was first scoffed at then It gradually won its way and finally seized upon the imagina tions of the people He Influenced contemporary history and wielded much more than a moral influence on his timILOCAL K OF C ELECT The Local Council 390 Knights of Columbus held their annual election of officers Wednesday even Ing and chose the following to guide I FRANK A GEHER their destinies for the ensuing year Grand Knight Frank A Geher Deputy Grand KnightCamden McAfee Financial SecretaryHenry B McBrideRecording Secretary L J Veene manTreasurerRobert A Watson AdvocateRay Schuman Chancellor T A Mapother WardenS McEllIott Inside GuardE A Andriott Outside GuardA S Brandt TrusteeE J OBrien- T W Tarpy Chairman of the Entertainment Committee an nounced that the annual Landing day banquet would be held at the Louisville Hotel next Monday even tag the celebration to be for mem bers and their wives or lady friends The following Is the programme for the evening InvocationRight Rev Bishop ODonaghue ToastmasterrJ William Klap heke H i AddressMayor John H Busche meyerVocal SoloMrs Belle Decker WiseBaritone SoloCarl J Bundschu AddressJudge Thomas R Gor donVocal Solo Miss Corinne Paradis AddressDr Ben L Bruner SoloWalterBarrettImpromptu of the toastmaster BenedlctlonRlgnr Rev Bishp ODonaghue MENS SOCIAL CLUB At a largely attended meeting last week of members of St James church congregation the Mens Social Club was formed with a splen did membership H Angermeier was elected President and W H Hume Secretary and Treasurer The following Directors were appointed F A Bauer G A Burkley and Charles Fedler The club was or ganized for the purpose of promot- Ing sociability and creating interest In parish affairs and will meet monthly Once each year there will be a reunion and conclave of good fellowship Its first public affair will be an autumn festival to take place November 17 and 18 in St James Hall Edenslde avenue near Bardstown road the proceeds to go to the chucrh Arrangements were made for the installation of numer bus devices in addition to the dIs- tribution of prizes of which the largest and most valuable will be a 200 Victrola Before the meeting adjourned the following appoint WestfeldChalrmanFred Bauer Chairman Candy Com mittee Ed Barry Chairman Fish Pond Committee John Stark Chair man Soft Drink Committee Frank Ryan Chairman Cigar Committee Fred Bauer and John Westfeld com mittee in charge of supper arrangements and Edward C Kelly public promoter CATHOLIC CHAPLAIN ADVANCED On the recommendation of the Navy Department the United States promotlons chaplain to the rank of Commander The promotion takes effect from June 30 1914 and makes Father Gleesons position on the ship second only to that of the Captain Father Gleeson is at present chaplain on fleetlHeCOUNTY CONVENTION The Ancient Order of Hibernians of Jefferson county will hold their BertrandlIallfomoCountyPresidentconvention to order at 2 oclock sharp Officers for the coming two adopLion gested at the recent State conven tion will ba given consideration DONGAN S New Yorks First Catholic Exe endive and Charter pf LlbcrtiesI Was Born in Ccltridcges County Kildarc and Died Earl of I Limerick Inaugurated System That Found Expression in Declaration- of Independence BROAD AND INTELLIGENT MIND By James A Rooney LL D As the Catholic editors have re cently been enlightening our anti Catholic friends who on the plat form and In what we might des- Ignate as the yellows of the Protestant press assert that we Catholics are only bad Citizens by calling attention to a list of representative Americana of our faith who seem to be fairly respectable citizens Including many statemen Judges and Governors it is just possible that these antiCatholic orators may never have heard of another Governor who was a good Catholic and who was In fact the first Cath olic Governor of the great Empire State of NOw York He was an Irishman named Thomas Dongan and If he did nothing else than to call together on October 14 1683 the first repre sentative assembly of the Province of New York made up of twenty eight representatives In Fort James which occupied the Bite of the pres ent Custom House this act of his alone and the resulting legislation would have been sufficient to stamp him as its presiding officer as a man of broad and intelligent mind of great executive ability and of far seeing statesmanship who inaugur ated a system of constitutional popular government whose enact ments are regarded by all historians as the Magna Charta of our American liberty that found expression later In the Declaration of Inde pendence By appointment of the Duke of York with whom he had served In the wars In Flanders he assumed the office of Governor of the Prov ince of New York in 1682 as the successor of the execrated and sychophantlc Andros at a period when through the autocratic action of the English Government and Its utter disregard for popular rights the Province was bankrupt and ripe for sedition and insurrection Where as Andros exerted all his Influence to fasten the English proprietory government on the Province and to discourage all attempts of any as sembly of the people Dongan had not been in office a year when he summoned suchan epochmaking body During a session of three weeks this assembly adopted fifteen enactments the most farreaching and subversive of the then system of government being an act entitled the Charter of Liberties- Its opening sentence after the preamble provided That the supreme legislative authority under His Majesty and Royal Highness the Duke of York the lord proprietor of said province shall forever be and reside in a Governor Council and the people met in general assembly Truly It was well named the Charter of Liberties for In it for the first time In our colonial history are found the words The people met in general assembly This was fol lowed by another act equally impor tant That the exerlse of the chief magistracy and the administration of the government shall be in the Gov ernor assisted by a Council Here we have expressed for the first time on the American con tinent by a popular assembly presided over by a Catholic Governor the principle of representative popular government In which the people had a part and the separation of the functions of the executive and the legislative branches And here Is another of the acts adopted at the instance of this Catholic Governor That no tax aid custom loan or assessment shall be levied In this Province except by act of the Governor Council and representatives of the people in gen eral assembly met and assembled Talk about the Boston tea party of 1773 but Here we have the principle of no taxation without representation asserted by New York in 1683 or ninety years before Just one other enactment and the final one that brought the Charter of Liberties to a fitting close That no person professing faith in God by Jesus Christ shall at any time be any ways molested punished dIe quieted or called in question for any difference of opinion in matters of religious conC rnment who do not actually disturb the civil Peace of the Province but that all and every such person or persons may from time to time and at all times freely have and fully enjoy his or their judgments or consciences in matters of religion throughout this Prov inceThomas Dongan was born In Gel bridge County Kildare Ireland in 1634 the youngest son of Sir John Dongan baronet and the nephew of Richard Dongan Earl of Tyrconnell anti LteutenantGoveynor pf Ireland After serving with the Duke of York under Turenne in Flanders he was appointed Lieutenant Governr of Tftnglorsl tn Morocco on the strait of Gibraltar and he waS l1enap J I r i i i i COMING EVENTS i St Cecilias Sodality Euchre and lotto In St Cecilia Hall Wednesday October 14 St Anns churchEuchre and FrldaYlOctoberOctober 15Euchre and lotto for benefit of St Brfglds church in II parish hall II IOctober 15 16 17 yBazar in St II Columbas new school hall for bene fit of butldlngfun October 21 22rEuchre and lotto given by Trinity Council YM I in hall Baxter and Morton October 3031Bazar under ausj pices of Young Ladles Sodality of St Patricks church In school hall November 10Euchre and lotto by Young Ladles Sodality of St Johns church at Trinity Hall after noon and evening November 10 November 25 Euchre and lotto by Division 3 A O H at Heptasoph HalltI0 pointed Governor of New York In 1687 the New York Assembly was dissolved by the King and Dong n retired to his Staten Island estates now called Dongari Hill He returned to Ireland in 1691 and Inherited from his elder brother the title of Earl of Limerick with nothing to support it He died In London in 1715 aged efghtyone years ST COMJMBAS CIIUKCH St Columbas now school at Thir Ityfifth and Jefferson streets will be blessed next Sunday afternoon Oc tober 11 The exercises will begin in the church at 330 oclock with solemn vespers which will be followed by the Rosary devotions a sermon and benediction Imme diately after the church services there will be a procession to the new school which will be blessed by the Very Rev James P Cronin V G assisted by a number of the priests of the city On Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings of next week a bazar for the benefit of the building fund will be given In St Columbas new hall in the basement of the school The ladies will serve meals each evening from 5 to 8 oclock and on Friday instead of supper a fish fry under the manage ment of aJexpert will be the feat ure The various attractions will be in charge of the fallowing members of congregationDiningroom George Whltty Bloemer Stlgger Wentzel DruryWeibelBrentlingerCand W J Ernwlne Novelty BoothrMesdames Phil Ernwine Kpp AHartmann and McGllllcuddy Confectionery Misses Coleman KlppRoseDoll Booth Misses Mary Ellen Gorman Lillian Connelly and Eva eckerLinen MarySweeney MargaretKippVeronica Lohmoeller Hattie Thomp son and Loretta Barthelmes Home Made Goodies StandMesdames McCorkle and Bremer Chicken Roost Henry Bloemer Martin Weibel A J Gorman Ernest GeorgeMillerGillicuddy Edward Nord and Karl Pfeiffer MOURN HIS DEATH Last Saturday morning Philip D Ackermann one of Louisvilles fore most citizens passed away at his home 2114 West Market street and his death is miourned by all who had the good fortune to know him Philip Ackermann was a selfmade man and ranked high In business and financial circles In affairs of the Catholic church he was always active while to all charities he was a generous donor He was a pioneer member of St Anthonys church also a member and exPresident of the St Joseph Orphan Society the St Andrews Society and the Cath olic Knights of America His funeral was one of the largest ever witnessed here and the solemn re quiem mass at St Anthonys was celebrated by the Rev Father Ack ermann who is a son of the de ceased To mourn Mr Ackermanns loss are his widow to whom he was married fortyseven years ago and seven children the Rev Father 0 P PhilipNonsstreets Philip A kormann Jr of Cleveland John Ackentuann a bookkeeper for the Central Con sumers Company Sister Johannah a nun in the convent of the St FerdinandmdB Ratterman and Mrs S 0 Hull buch Whose truly Christian sentiment in humble submission to the Divine will is Fold him 0 Father in thy arms And llet him henceforth be A messenger of love between Our human hearts and Thee I ALIENS IN UNITED STATES There were 13515886 persons of foreign birth in the Untied States In 1910 according to an IInteresting re port on population issued by Director William J Harris of the Bureau of the Census These 13515886 foreigners constituted 147 per cent of the total population of the United States in 1910 13345545 of them were whites the remainder which was only 170641 representing chiefly Japanese and Chinese The foreignborn in the United States in 1900 numbered 10341276 ana con stituted 136 percent of the totall population Ireland was the country Qermanl2O111J I DEMOCRATS Enthused Overt Showing in Reg istration Figures of Past Week This Election Will Probably Mark End of Bull Mooscrs In Kentucky Many Outspoken In Opposition of Election of Gottschalk and Weaver FRANK DUGAN FOR CIRCUT CLERK Democrats throughout the State of KentucKY are Jubilant over the registration figures of Tuesday and Wednesday and predict that Beck ham and the candidates for Congress will win by an old time majority with the exception of the Eleventh district where the fusion of the Bull Moose and the Democratic candidates Is expected to defeat Caleb Powers the present Congress manfrom that district his power and Influence i Congress dwindling to almost nothing and even his most ardent supporters are growing tired of seeing him represent the district without the hope of accomplishing anything in its favor The most noticeable feature con nected with the registration figures of this week Is the utter disintegra tion of the Bull Moose party and this too in spite of the earnest pleas of the Herald to have the Pro gressives line up behind Teddy Roosevelt even holding out the promise that the now prohibition agitator would be here some time this month but all to no effect the best element registering with the Democrats or Republicans with noth- Ing left of the Bull Moose party but the leaders who In many Instances are disgruntled or discredited Demo crats and they are now In the position of men without a party To prove that the Progressive party is fast disappearing it Is only necessary to consult the figures for the past three years In 1912 when the Roosevelt sentiment was at its height the Bull Moose party In Kentucky cast 102766 votes 23000 of which was right here In Louis ville In 1913 the Progressive vote 67000liright here in Louisville and 13226 throughout the rest of the State Now it appears that Louisville the Gibraltar of the party is turning Its back upon the Teddy crowd as the registration figures show that only 6313 registered as Progressives be ing a loss of 7121 over the 1913 registration these figures meaning that the party Is hopelessly beaten right now and that there will be hardly any effort made to secure nominations next year from a party that only registers 6313 out qf a total vote of 43391 With the pari mutuel system of wagering Burton Vance the Progressive nominee for United States Senator would be a 1000 to 1 In the betting for with Louisville fast deserting the Pro gressive standard that party will become a dead issue in Kentucky Chairman Frank McGrath of the Democratic Committee is more than pleased with the registration fig ures realizing that in this an off year In politics the Democrats made a splendid showing the figures showing returns of 26137 in this city which is only a loss of a little over 2000 of the registration figures of last year when interest was at fever heat In the municipal races Despite the fact that the rank and file of Louisville Democracy has never been considered friendly to exGov BeckTiam the confidence of the party in its present leader and Mr McGratha personal following who are in the majority In the local organization will give the Demo cratic ticket a rousing majority This strength was shown In the re cent primary when Gov McCreary received over 2800 votes here which was over double the number he received In any other county In the State and this was due to Mr McGraths personal interest in the Governors candidacy The friends of Wharfmaster Frank Dugan are urging hint to announce for Circuit Clerk in the Democratic primary next August and if he enters the contest the nomination is pretty near an as sured fact as Mr Dugan stands high with not only the leaders but the rank and file of the Democratic party many of the boys in the trenches having always found him a friend indeed when called upon and they will rally to him In a primary Mr Dugans splendid record as Wharfmaster which was recently noted in the press is an indication of his ability as a servant of the people and he would without a doubt make a splendid Circuit ClerkCouncilman Thomas Dolan of the Twelfth ward has been suggested as- a candidate for President of the lower board the election of which takes place the first meeting in No vember and his record as a city father entitles him to consideration Mr Dolan as yet has not officially entered the race but it is a safe bet that if the followers of amateur baseball lin4athleticlilln this city had the choosing he would be their unanimous choice his efforts in be tMnarks1ndShawnee Park maklig him their Idol The talk of additional for the Board of candldntesII down and new entries to announce any day the present consisting of Dr Bloom Ed ward Gottschalk and Dr Weaver for reelection and Ben W Kling who Is making an active canvass The average voter listens patiently and coincides with the argument that Dr Bloom deserves reelection but can not see the consistency of sup porting Gottschalk or Weaver for reelection when It Is considered that these two bolted support of the Good Government ticket in 1910 and If their conduct In bolting then was Justifiable It is the privilege of every other man to refuse to support them this year Instead of indorsing the three for reelection It would have been fairer on the part of the Good Government advocates to select five this year and allow the voter the privilege of selecting three This would then determine whether the citizens indorsed the bolt of Weaver and Gottschalk in the previous elec tion Dr Meyer William Brohm Dr Finck Phil Thompson R E Hughes R A Watson George J Butler Dr E L Powell Thomas Walsh and others have been men tioned as strong men for the board MISS HENNESSV WIXS The four day bazar which was given for benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital was a success In MISS MAYME HENNESSY every way and Secretary William P McDonogh estimates that when all returns are made about 5600 will be realized a goodly portion of the profits being derived from the sale of tickets in the contest for the watch which was won by Miss Mayme Hennessy Limericks popular entry Iri the race and who in the short space of three weeks sold 389 worth of twentyfive cent tickets which speaks for itself as a record The handsome diamond ring for which the young ladles were selling tickets and which was a donation of Col and Mrs James P Whallen was won by Attorney George B Barrett our popular local umpire and prom inent Democratic legislator this in the opinion of many being consid ered one of these unexplainable tricks of the goddess of fortune as Mr Barrett was one of Miss Hen nessys chief lieutenants in the con test antI the result proves that luck unlike lightning may strike twice in the same place Miss Hen nessy is a daughter of Mr and Mrs John H Hennessy of 958 South Sixth street and is especially popular In Democratic circles and about the Court House being an employe of the County Clerks office Miss Maymo Cofer was the winner of the popularity contest and Miss Lillian Smith was second Special mention was also made of the efforts of Miss Rose Henley and Miss Susan Sea man who worked hard in the ticket selling contests Treasurer Jacob Hubbuch announces that a meeting will be held In the next ten days when he will have a complete report of all finances and hopes that the receipts will go to 6000 SACRED IlKAItT MISSION Tomorrow morning with a solemn high mass a mission that will con tinue for two weeks will open at the Sacred Heart church Seventeenth and Broadway conducted by two able and loquent Passlonlst fathers Rev Isadore Dwyer and Rev Charles Cassidy Rev Patrick Walsh the pastor announced this mission last Sunday and extended a cordial Invitation to all residents of the parish and their friends to at tend the services and hear the eloquent missionaries The first week will be for the women and the second for the mien and the masses will be so arranged that any who desire can attend- ENGttGEMENT ANNOUNCED HarJdslJ1rgof his daughter Miss Margaret Mor rlssey to Bernard Brlslan of Frank placeinBrislan who is the son of Mr and Mrs J J Brlslan Is associated with his father in business and is a popular young man Miss Morrissey Is well known here and in Frankfort i from frequent visits to friends TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Y M I will give its annual mammoth euchre and lotto party on Wednesday and Thursday evenings October 21 and andMortonports Jbafthe prizes to selec from wilt be more numerous and better than at any previous affair On Thursday evening the committee will arrange for a select dance dur- Ing the progress ot the igamefl Q J WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASs WORK Give Tliia Office Your Next Order DR GANZ Again Elected Vice President of tine American Catholic Federation Receives the First Papal Bene diction From the New Pontiff Convention Ends and Meetings Are Declared ri Dig Success TOLEDO GETS NEXT CONVENHON The calling to the attention of the country of the Catholic stand against the actions of the Constitutionalists mostImportantteenth annual convention of the CatholicSocieties orlastAfter the convention adjourned a Benedlct Federation torthepassed by the convention and ex HolyFathersuc undertakingsThePapalblessingmembers of time Federation by the f Papal Delegate at Washington Monsignor Bonzano It Is the firstmessage of this kind ever sent to and the first Papal benediction be stowed on any organization by thenew Pontiff adjournedIts believed meetIngwith what had been accomplished thedelegatesplaceofwas done beenmadetohaveselectedInthe con vention Dr 4 representlnga especiallygratifying Federation 1 was honored by being again elected nationalbodywas the recipient of hearty congratu lations John Whalen of New York was elected President succeeding Charles whohadPresidentWhalentheNominating election as Secretary but there was a electedWhencasttheyWHeckenkamp makeMatresThe other principal officers PresidentThomas ond Vice President Julius A Collier VicePresidentYork Fourth Vice President John VicePresidentofLouisvilleseph McLaughlin of Philadelphia Treasurer Casper A Schulte of Detroit Advisory BoardJames Cardinal CardinalOConnell ParJoyMostRevwaukee Most Rev John J Glennon of St Louis Right Rev James A McFaul of Trenton Right Rev P RightHevRightRevRight Rev J F Carroll of Helena Right Rev B 3 Kelley of Savannah Right Rev P J Donahue of ODonaghue OConnell of Richmond Bishop Currier of Cuba went to Washington Thursday with two other priests and discussed further with tine President conditions in Mexico Tine delegation Wednesday consisted of Rev Richard H newPresidentHenry V Cunningham of Boston Congressman Galllvun of Massachusetts met the party In Washing WhiteHousequest President Wilson promised to dangerAfter cOnventlontlnOdelegatesLouise and treated toa boat trip to Annapolis There they viewed the State House and other interesting anti historic points The majority of l toWashl their homes NEARS FOUR SCORE The Right Rev Henry GabrIeU OgdensburgNTuesday when he was the reelplemt lileliopGabriols r2JIlati1cember 20 1861 and cpMfMffttid the following May KErzTUOKY lISH AltIERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMEMGflfl PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY tirtfej ta the Social ud Moral AdTaacemeaeat ot Irlih American tot Cnhellci densYInstitute and Catholic Kulghti of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO iBcotporUed Puhlleh r INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Hnlorcd at tk UalirHl PortiMIe M ScoadCluJ flats AMnMriCMMiUitltM to tile KSNTWlY IRISH AMERICAN J1M1 West OCMB St NIOM COUNCILu LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 10 1914 DESERVE KXTHEMK PENALTY The fact that horsemeat was being sold here was made known this week and aroused Intense In dignation This violation of the law has been suspected for some time but It was not until Tuesday that the health officers could secure evidence upon which to base war rants The horsemeat It Is alleged was worked into hamburger and sold a to street stands cheap restaurants and unscrupulous butchers Any one guilty of this offense should be made to suffer the full penalty of the law WANTS TO PUNCH When we see Ignorant pulpiteers political potboilers and ragtime newspapers prating about the Cath olic church as an enemy to our country and its cherished Institu tions and again when we find that nearly onehalf of the army Is composed of members of the Cath olic church with numbers of Catholic priests as chaplainsall sworn to defend our country with their Uves we feel like punching the empty skulls of these stupid Uriah Heaps who are perpetually weeping over the delinquencies of the Roman Catholics and Inferentially advertis ing themselves as the salt of the earth Thats the punch that Rev Father Maher hands out In the Catholic Advance PEOPLE FOR PEACE f Peace treaties between the United States and Great Britain France Spain and China four countries whose combined population is more than twothirds of the total of the earth have been signed by the w respective nations The Washington Government attaches the highest importance to the signing of the new treaties because it believes the peace of the United States will be made secure with 948000000 peo ple It Is happy Wows Indeed that amidst all the alarms of war Mr Bryans Peace Commission treaty with Great Britain Is now ready for signature The treaties provide for a permanent Joint Commission which will be able to undertake the Investigation of disputes The greatest danger of friction between nations Is thus removed by postpon ing all hostilities for one year e NOTHING NEW IN SOCIALISM There Is nothing new in Socialism so far as It offers a scheme for the betterment of social conditions It is nothing new that the State should own railroads telegraph lines or what are termed the tools of labor and a man docs not have to be a Socialist to believe that the parcel post is an improvement over express companies and that the Government might run the telegraph systems for less Money and under more antis factory conditions than a private corporation All those theories have been or are now being put into practice in some part of the world sad they were carried out years before Karl Marx was born or Socialism was Invented Even in this country the Government owned the railroads and the canals at first and still owns most of the canals of the country notably the Erie The Government owns rail roads particularly the Panama It runs steamship lines and is contemplating the exploitation of mines and doing other industrial Work so that there is no need of a man Becoming a Socialist In order to favor and advocate public ownership of utllites Neither is It necessary to believe in Socialism to favor the extension of Government control from railroads to other occupations and business enterprises If the Government owned the railroads It probably would speedily go Into the business of making cars and engines and conducting steel works and there are many other lines of work that Jt might take upIn fact anyone has a perfect right to decide in hit own mind how far the State should go in that direction That is not Socialism It Is simply carrying ettt policies that existed long before cJa111111 existed and which Soclal tm has appropriated and Is endeavor g to claim as Its own Never I n before was the vast majority of the httmam race M well clothed and fed vrand Utile conditions are let f rfrom Ideal the wonderful progress of the past IB a sure guar= nte of tie progress yet to some Bocili m woiili t IHwncno baud op ThM tar MtttM jl condition is for every man to own his home and to live in his own house surrounded by his family as in his own castle But Socialism would abolish private ownership of poperty would destroy the individual home would break up the family by its theory of free love and would banish God and religion from the fireside AGREE WITH BETTS We rather like the definition orn boss as explained by Brother Betts ppoalsItohimA is a man who has tho char acter the intelligence and the influence to succeed An antiboss is a man who has neither the charac ter the intelligence nor the influence to succeed The man who is for you is a leadpr the man who is against you Is a boss That is all there is to the boss question Has anyone got a more pointed or comprehensive explanation of the matter Surely we have reason to thank God that we live In a land of peace and plenty where every man may worship his Maker according to the dictates of his own conscience tl latter in spite of the caterwallngs of socalled patriots who do not know the meaning of the constitution Fill the churches for the Rosary devotions during the month of October Let us show our devotion to the Queen qf Heaven In a manner that will surprise and confound those who revile us for giving her honor The Mexican factions are securing large quantities of rifles and muni tions of war taking advantage of the recently raised embargo along the border This does not augur well for peace HELP THEM The Sisters of the Convent of the Good Shepherd on Eighth street Louisville the cradle and original mother house of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd In North America ask their friends and they in turn each to ask three of their friends to give them a dimeten centsto as sist them in securing a new convent in a locality more suitable for a re ligious community In so doing they have the approval of the Right Reverend Bishop of Louisville as will be seen by the following letter Bishops House Louisville Sep tember 7 1914Tho plan proposed by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd on Eighth street Louisville to se cure means for the establishment of a house in a better location than the one they now occupy very much needed is heartily approved- It Is hoped that this appeal will meet with a liberal response This I Is the first convent of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd founded in the United States and in the long period of its existence the Sisters hidden from public view have with much sacrifice and discomfort to themselves labored for the welfare and the uplifting of the fallen and abandoned poor Let the people of Louisville then and others to whom this appeal may come help the good cause with a generous hand f D ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville Responses to this deserving ap Copvent South Eighth street Louisville SAVE How many families there are who live from hand to mouth never having a dollar In bank never own Ing their own home spending every cent of their income When the rainy day comesIdleness sickness accident deaththey are stranded on the shores of adversity They have to suffer in silence without re Hot or to humiliate themselves to borrow from their friends or to make sacrifices to raise ready money somehowThey never practiced the fortunate art of frugality They have never learned the blessed lesson of thrift Every husband and wlfo should from the very first Saturday after the honeymoon after they have returned from the bridal tour and are settled down to the serious business of life begin to save reg ularly a part of their Income for future needs They should open an account in a savings bank or Join a good building and loan association If they can put away only 1 a week let them put a dollar away for at the end of one year they will have 52 in bank which otherwise they would have spent If they can lay by more than I so much the bet terButraln or shine summer va cation or Christmas gifts whatever the temptation to spend let them stoically bank the promised savings They can do with whats left what ever seems beet for today But the Boeurlty of the home the welfare of the expected children and the peace ot old age should be safeguarded at Any tof present Indulgence luxury Atsrttlaa4F 1 ljSOGITVMiss returned k YJi from two months visit In Columbus Miss Ethel Evans has returned from a visit to Mrs James Kelly at Leitchfield Miss Edith Malone Is expected home today from a visit with friends In Nashville Mrs Louis P Casper had as her guest for a week Mrs Charles W Ladd of Cannelton Miss Katherine Burke of Jeffer sonvllle Is In St Louis visiting her sister Mrs Leo Sparks Mrs Carl Breckel and baby have been guests of Mr and Mrs J C Batcheldor at Bloomfield Mrs D J Daugherty and daugh ter Miss Edmona of Jeffersonvllle are visiting In Buffalo N Y Mrs James Dufflcy will entertain for her card club next Tuesday at her home in the Highlands James B Perry and G A Perry and children have been enjoying a sojourn at West Baden Springs Miss Elizabeth OBrien has re turned from a visit to Mr and Mrs W 0 R Hannan In Lexington Edward Rlpley and bride who was Miss Gertrude Bailey have gone to housekeeping on Oakland avenue Mrs George Danaher has been visiting in Little Rock the guest of her mother Miss Jennie Harding Misses Maggie and Mary OConnell were last week dinner guests of Mrs Jerry OConnell of Denmark avenue Miss Gereldlne OConnell has re turned from Campbellsburg Ind where she spent two weeks with relatives TMiss Louise Walton left Tuesday for Garden City L I where she will spend the winter at St Marys School Mr and Mrs Robert Kaltenbacher Deer Park had as their guest for a week Mrs J W Bright of Phila delphia Andrew Connell has been enter taining his sister Mrs M T Hanley of Muncie at his home In New Albany Mrs Patrick Burke Illinois ave guestherAugusta Ga Mis Kate Ryan who had been the guest of her grandmother Mrs Dan Callahan In Frankfort returned home Monday Mrs Ellen Carey entertained asher guests last week Mrs Mamie I Carey and little son John of Leb anon Junction Mrs Adele Conhlff who was here for a visit with her daughter Miss Nellie Connlff has returned to her home at Irvlngton Mrs John Conway and Mlss Stella Conway who were here visiting Mrs John J Snyder have returned to their home at Cannelton Ind Nicholas Murphy and wife who had been living at Lexington Ind for some time have returned to Jef fersonvllle and will make their home thereMiss hadbeenatGardenstudies hasbeenColumbusBushIsInButrnloMessrsJosephhave returned to their home on Third summeratFowee hasbeenElizabethHospital herhomeMiss Regina Constantine enter tained number aDutchnut street Jeffersonvllle whengames and dancing were enjoyed eventInMissLillianJohnColemannow of Chicago The ceremony was at 4 oclock in St Marys church the theCathedralThebridalattractive MinaLeismansolemnized Wednesday morning with a nuptial mass at St Martins church washerandGeorgeJames Cassin and Francis Davin caremony a wedding trip In the East entertained fotMissThose Invited were Misses Olivia McLaughlinbold Mary Mallon Margaret Scan nell Aleen Scannell Marie Volker EthelORelUy RelUyEBA surprise party was given In honor of Wise Anna Lehan at her home 3400 West Broadway Those prevent were Mlgeea Anna Leian Olga AwvnOMR Bertha Merry Helen Miller Mary McCloskey Jo sephine Deeken Anna Cassin Lillian Amundsen Mary Lehan Myrtle Amundsen Margaret Cassln Mar garet Amundsen and Messrs Tom Madden J Kelpot C Wolfort J Cassln D Amundsen Will McGrath Tim Lehan and M Cassln NEW LAW FIRM Messrs E A Larkin and George A Schuler who have been making their mark at the local bar have f E A LARKIN formed a partnership for the prac tice of law In which their friends predict they will be successful They have located in the Louisville Trust building with offices in Room 613 They were lor years with the Louis ville Nashville Railroad Company and each has a wide acquaintance and large following They will prac tice in all the State and local courts k KNIGHTS AND LADIES Louisville branches of the Cath olic Knights and Ladles of America held a Joint mass meeting Tuesday evening at the Knights of Columbus Hall presided over by Rev Charles P Raffo Supreme Spiritual Director of the order C H Marr of Wyan dotte Mich Supreme President and Henry F Hayes of Chicago Su preme Secretary made addresses in the Interests of the order following the Introductory remarks of Father Raffo The speakers made strong pleas for activity among tho mem bers of the order placing especial stress on each branch and each individual member being ready to assist in all works of social service and In all undertakings of the church and of their respective par ishes The order should receiro enthusiastic support but the church and the parish should never theless come first as the C K and L of A Is a society of Catholics and its members owe their first duty to God and his church and in this way more benefit will ultimately come to the society than by devoting all en ergy and enthusiasm to the order Dr Charles Edelen the Supreme Medical Director of the order a sec ond Supremo officer of Louisville was also very much in evidence in arranging details of the meeting and also made a short exhortation to Louisville members and put their shoulders to the wheel and boost the order The greatest harmony pre vails among all the membership at present especially In Louisville and as the order Is Showing rapid gain in financial strength since the adoption of National Fraternal Congress adequate rates on July 1 1913 it Is expected that a corresponding gain In membership must inevitably result The local and visiting su preme officers went to Frankfort for a meeting there Thursday evening Jeffersonvllle on Friday Now Albany Sunday evening and will next week visit Owensboro Uniontown and Paducah CUTS CHURCH DEBT The bazar held last week by the Indies of St Marys of the Knobs church Just outside New Albany was a most pronounced success Between 1200 and 1300 was realized and will be applied to reducing the church debt of 4000 NEW ALBANY An open meeting of New Albany Council Knights of Columbus to which the public is invited will be held at Holy Trinity School Hall next Monday night In observance of Discovery day Camden R McAteo of Louisville will speak and a musi cal programme will be given CONDITION SERIOUS According to the Associated Press dispatches the condition of Cardinal errata Papal Secretary of State who has been seriously Ill was worse on Wednesday and that night his physicians were discussing the advisability of a consultation on his case with other physicians GARDENIA SOCIALS Invitations are being issued to the opening dance of the Gardelnla Socials a club composed of well known and popular young men to take place at Utopian Hall on Thurs day night October 22 when an evening of real enjoyment is prom IsedThe committee having the affair in charge is composed of Messrs D A Dwyer Richard Herdt Mike Pontrlch Phil Broderick S A- PontrlchiEd Pontrlch Frank Pontrlch and George Dietsch- LEXINGTON As a tribute to the memory of Michael Feeney an old employs of the Kentucky Traction and Terminal Company all of the street cars of Lexington were stopped for three minutes Friday morning when his funeral services began at St Pauls church The offices of the company were also closed for one hour by order of Vice President F W Bacon Feeney had been for nearly fifty years an employe of the old gas com pany and of the Kentucky Traction and Terminal Company which bought the plant ef the gas company several years ago L y RIDICULOUS J Arc the Charges of llomcstnko- Minninp Company Against Bishop Busch Made in Endeavor to Poison the Minds of People of Lead Frowns Upon Organization For Spiritual and Intellectual Improvement LESSON IN THIS CASE IS CLEAR The reports of the Central Bureau of the Central Vereln on the Inves tigation by the United States Commission on Industrial Relations of the conditions in Lead S D pub lished In the various Catholic papers of the country have aroused the wrath of tho Lead Dally Call the mouthpiece of the Homestake Mining Company In Its Issue of August 25 the Call reiterates Its previous at tacks on Bishop Busch declaring that the whole trouble has arisen out of his egomania and draws up a lengthy indictment of the Bishop covering a full halfpage In this tirade there occurs a sentence which because ot the fact It furnishes the key to the whole attitude of the Homestake Company Is worthy of quotation He the Bishop co the writing runs sent an outline to tho Superintendent of the Homestake for the formation of a Catholic worklngmeus guild in the camp that would had It been carried out have practically turned the management of affairs In the camp to the Bishop The charge In this quotation against the Bishop is absolutely ridiculous but it is inserted to poison the minds of the people of Lead and to draw up before them the drear vision of ecclesiastical tyranny The company too Jealous of its power fears the advent of any one who may In any way molest it suspecting every agency that will not bend Its knee before it of desiring to usurp its place The important thing in dicated however is the absolute denial of the right of the workers to organize into associations of any kind In Canada organizations such as those mentioned by Bishop Busch have been formed in several places and it was the constitution of the one nt Chlcoutimi that he referred to tho Superintendent of the Home stake Company asking him since he wes opposed to the Western Federation of Miners if he would consent to this form of association which concerned itself mainly with the spiritual and intellectual Improve ment of the men But even this was frowned upon The lesson In this case Is clear Such great concerns as the Home stake Mining Company wish to Oteny their men the right to organize not merely Into certain organizations but Into any organization They want them in all things to be de pendent upon the allwise company industrialdisputescertain companies affected that their objection to organization among the men lay in tho particular union then in existence In some instances this claim may have been put forth In good faith but from the actions of such companies as the Homestake we discover that many of these busi nesses are opposed to the funda mental right to organize which has ever been championed by the Catholic church as a natural right of man embedded in the natural law It Is important that this fact be clearly recognized C B of C V FESTIVAL AT ST ANNS A euchre lotto and cake sale will be given for the benefit of St Anns church under the auspices of the Young Ladles Sodality In the school hall Seventh and Davies avenue on Friday afternoon and even- Ing of next week The young ladles assure all who attend a really en joyable time Take the Sixth street cars Rev John Hill is the pastor of St Anns and he will bo glad td welcome his friends on this occasion EUCHRE AND LOTTO One of the most enjoyable euchre and lotto entertainments of the season will be given for the benefit of St Aloyslus church Pewee Valley at Trinity Council Hall Baxter and Morton avenue on Tuesday after noon and night October 20 Com mittees are busy with the arrange ments and promise to make this a delightful entertainment The games will be called at 230 and 8 oclock and the tickets are only ten cents SAIL NEXT WEEK childrenMisswho have been spending the summer with Mrs Harigs mother in Dublin Ireland will sail from Liverpool next Saturday for New York They will reach Louisville about October 28 LADIES NIGHT Next Wednesday evening October 7 will be ladles night at the local Knights of Columbus home and Prof Patrick 0Suljlvan will give ft piano recital In honor of the occa sion Prof Sullivan was a student at Berlin for years and his pro gramme Is suro to be a rare treat especially for lovers of music CATHEDRA OPENING The Impressive ceremonies attend ing the opening of the new Cathedral ot St Louis on Sunday October 18 will Include the inauguration of a series of mission exercises to extend through the two ensuing weeks with morning afternoon and evening orstoreRevY t i 4j The Democratic Ticket For Senator Long TmnJ C AV BEOKUAM For Senator Short Term JOHNSON N CAMDEN Appellate Court Third District ROLLIN HURT VOn CONGRESS First District ALBEN WILLIAM BARKLEY Second DIstrictDAVID II KlNCIIELOEII Third District ROBERT YOUNG THOMAS Fourth District BEN JOHNSON Fifth District SWAGAIt SHERLEY Sixth District ARTHUR 1 ROUSE Seventh District JAMES CAMPBELL CANTRILL Eighth District HARVEY HELM Ninth District WILLIAM JASON FIELDS Tenth District P TJIOMAS HATCHER Eleventh District NATHANIEL II SEWELIi DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM We declare our faith In the wisdom and patriotism of Woodrow Wilson and pledge him our support In discharging the grave duties and solving the complex problems Imposed upon him by tho high office to which he was called by the people With singular fortitude and patience our President has stayed the Impulsive spirit of war and translated for all mankind the mean Ing of a Republic Intent on liberty and peace In dealing with the painful problems of the stricken Republic of Mexico he has won nnd deserves the unstinted approval of his fellowcountrymen We Indorse the Democratic administration of the affairs of the Federal government an administration cleaving to the line of party progress and keenly sensitive to the settled will of the coun tryNew York Democratic Declaration CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisvile Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic Grand Euchre and Lotto FOR THE BENEFIT OF ST ALOYSIUS CHURCH PEWEE VALLEY- At Y M I Hall Baxter and Morton Ave Tuesday Afternoon and Night October 20 Games called at 230 and 8 oclock Tickets 10 cents SUITS AND OVERCOATS 1800 UP GABARDINES AND OVERCOATS 1250 UP MADE TO ORDER Home Phone City 3238 425 W Jefferson Street Ignatius 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forty years in business is our guar anteeWhen you bring your Hat to us you are bringing it to a Louisville byLouIsvillecome to us to get the best work at these extra low prices Our prices 75o and 100 atetylesItany old hat whether It be beaver felt or velour we make them into a now hat Our tame location tonguejust Falls City Straw Works 713 W Jefferson North Side All the late ana MW Btyl +saadSYaps 1 Calti4a4 MM b+ fMBd here at rwu aWen J r f IHIHR OF COLUMBUS e- Lute News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsa where Fifty candidates will receive the third degree at Denver on October 18 participatekIn tho Columbus day parade Shamokin Pa- Arrangements are complete for tho Initiation of a class of seventy five tomorrow at Columbus Ohio The Knights of the District of Columbus have formed a choral club which already possesses nearly 100 voices Prospects are good for a council at Helena Ark Tho actual and prospective list already numbers fiftynineThe Fourth Degree Assem bly with their wives and families visited the State Industrial School at Golden Col last Sunday Tomorrow the three degrees will be conferred on a class of forty at Ellinwood Kan followed by a ban quet in the Opera House building Mayor Phillips of Covington has issued a proclamation declaring Columbus day a legal holiday and orders all offices In the City Building closedAngelo Noce of Denver father of the Columbus day bill has turned over a number of relics connected with that holiday for presentation to the national officers WILLING WORKERS The Willing Workers Club an nounces a grand fall festival and band concert for the benefit of St Peter Claver church to take place In the school hall on Lampton street between Jackson and Han cock on the nights of October 19 and 20 which it is hoped will be largely attended There will be lotto games an excellent supper and refreshments and for all there will be a cordial welcome and good time ORGANIZE THREE BRANCHES The Catholic Knights of America have been making progress Supreme President Gaudin having approved applications for three branches one in Arkansas one In Nebraska and one In Iowa The one just instituted In Iowa Is located at Earllng aud- Is composed exclusively of women President Gaudin also reports an In crease of seventyfour during July and August Branch 25 and Branch 32 both of Louisville being in the number FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours Adoration be gins In this city tomorrow at the Church of St Francis Assist with a solemn high mass and will con clude Tuesday Father Rothheut the pastor will be assisted by a number of visiting clergy and it Is expected there will be a large attendance at all the services which will be both beautiful and impressive SHOWER FOR BAZAR A most suitable and largely at tended miscellaneous shower was given Wednesday night at the home of Mrs John Goulding In New Al bany for the benefit of the St Edwards Hospital bazar The bazar will be held in St Josephs Hall during Thanksgiving week SUCCEEDS RAMPOLLA We have been asked more than once what has become of Cardinal Merry del Val the former Secretary o State to Plus X He succeeds Cardinal Rampolla as rector of St Peters church which office he holds for life He resides near the church DRESSING AND FASHIONS Fashions are most flexible and are intended by the originators to be used only under conditions suited to the Individual woman No true designer ever Intended that a fash lop should be followed blindly simply because it is a fashion He knows too well that is how a fash Ion loses its charm The secret of a whole world of thoroughly bad sand unbecoming dressing lies in the fact that women wear what is the mode simply because it is said to be the mode without any inquiry as to Its suitability or becoming qualities Dont buy your adornments from the shop window because they please your fancy and Year them for the same IndIscrImInating reason The art of dressing well is not a caprice or even a matter of instinct It is a matter of knowledge sand of good judgment Ignorance on this sub ject is quite as inexcusable as in everythIngtorich or poor every woman may be well dressed Beauty In dress isnt a matter of lavish expenditure The poor girl has an equal chance with her rich sister of making a success of her attire of setting off her charms of concealing her defects If she will 0111study becomlngnels and suitability of clothes STATUE OF JOAN OF ARC A committee of prominent New York men and women announced Saturday that iti had engaged Miss Anna Vaughn Hyatt to make an equestrian statue of Joan of Arc to be placed in one of the citys public parks The statue will rest upon a sixteenton pediment composed of stone which formed the ungeon in which the famous French heroine was confined at Rouen POPE SENDS PEACE PLEA Rome dispatches say that last Sunday Pope Benedict addressed an autograph letter to Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria that being the rulers name day again urging the Emperor to use all his influence to shorten the war as 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Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresIdentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland PresIdentJohn M Maloney Vice PresIdentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Heo sion Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresIdentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rellSl1ntlnel1 J McDermott Y M I B1AC1QN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice PresIdentJohn 1en neySecond Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial SecretaryWill Cassin Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Raymond E ScbotL Inside SentinelWilliam Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive Committee F O Adams George Slmonis Frank Geller W A Link Chas Schuler STATEMENT OF THE OWNER SHIP MANAGEMENT CIRCULA TION ETC OF THE KENTUCKY in31l AMERICAN Published weekly at Louisville Kentucky required by the Act of August 24 1912 Name of PostOffice Address Editor William M HIggins Louis ville Ky- Associate Editor John J Barry Louisville Ky Publisher The Kentucky Irish Amer Ilean Company Louisville Ky Owners 3f a corporation give names and addresses of stockhold ers holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of stock William iM Higglns Louisville Ky John J Barry iLoulsvlllo Ky Mary H HIggIns Louisville Ky Known bondholders mortgagees and other security holders holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds mortgages or other se curities NoneKENTUCICYIRiSH AMERICAN CO WILLIAM M HIGGINS Sworn to and subscribed before me this first day of October 1914 HERMAN V COHN NP J C Ky Commission expires Jan 16 1916 PayvNo ray son- MawWilllf you go to bed L I I i 1 SEASONS LAST OUTING The Jeffersonvlllo Motorboat Club will Entertain its members and friends tomorrow at Six Mile Island when the last of ls series of outings will take place Those heretofore given have been highly enjoyed and it Is expected that tomorrows crowd will tax the carrying capacity of the fleet FOR WOMANS EYE fashIonable Sashes wide and narrow continue to be amazingly popular Muffs of velvet are given first place this season in public favor All the newest ostrich feathers and tips are close curled and very soft Some of the new hats Intended for morning wear are supple shapes made of ribbed velvet For ordinary wear black quills of considerable length will be used Co trim small white felt hats Braiding Is again in our midst and popular Black silk braid of almost every conceivable width is worn The last sign of the cape which has enjoyed such favor the past warm months is seen this fall In the new mantles for evening wear Tassels have come in for their share in the trimming vogue Not only are they used for sash ends but also can be added to pointed bothfrontirregular ends of some of the newest tunicsFrom all signs of the times It appears that the more fashionable the suit the longer the coat Out of the wide difference In shapes and fashions the redlngote and the godet coat have emerged victorious rivaling each other for public preference KILKENNY CASTLE Kilkenny Castle Ireland is one of the oldest Inhabited houses in the world many of the rooms being much as they were 800 years ago OYSTERS WITH MACARONI Cover the bottom of a baking dish with macaroni previously hav ing been cooked twenty minutes put in a layer of oysters sprinkle with salt pepper and bits of butter continue until dish is tilled Cover top with buttered cracker crumbs Pour over this oyster liquor cup of cream beaten egg and cook until oysters are done USEFUL HINTS Coarse salt sprinkled on the floor occasionally before sweeping Is said to be a good preventive of moths cosmeticknownthe water when washing your face applyfinelywound If soft soap is to be had It will ease the pain of a burn at once gargleborax UsedInItdIsInfectstheIrdecayingPeppermint has a great power of gowithoutpeppermintquite removes the hunger sensation If a small piece of camphor is procured and placed in a bowl or tofloatwhenlightednIghtlightgood disinfectant and Its smell is not at all disagreeable SERVE PORK CHOPS chopsTakewith cold water and stew until ten thIckenIngmade andletcranberry sauce and your friends will think you have spring chicken THE WAY OUT toNewat his hotel became rather confi dentlal one day when things were saysthedaysheIsle and end hIs days In peace on the callhisacres Then he went on Besides yer rlvrlnce I want to go to heaven impossIbletrom IRISH FATHER My colleen dhas my colleen Youre sailing far from me flyingOBeyondMy colleen dhas my colleen Ill never see you more youOnMy colleen dhas my colleen yoreWith entwlnln My old gray Cothamore When she who had your eyes of blue songGod longpMy colleen dhas my colleen I see you as a bride In the faroff land so happy With him your love and pride Ill bless you both mavourneen As I whisper God knows best Ill miss you in my lonely years But here I wish to rest Its here she is now sleeping stayTheWhen she wascalled away She wants me here beside her grave To toll her of your Joys My colleen dhas God bless you Till we meet in Paradise Josephine Byrne Sullivan VELVET SHERBET I threelemonlhvoo ofrisk FRANK FEHR BREWING CO PO Brewers and Bottlersii LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING COS INCORPORATED + Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use OrdH a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wist 59jj SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light a Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TlIE WIEDEMANNWCOaPO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity 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nI Ji IIC What the Club Plan Is l And What It Means to You F The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and I simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 percent ot the amount of your purchases for Joining for Instance The membership fee on a 2500 purchase would bo 75c i The membership tooJ on a 5000 purchase would be S1so The membership too on greater purchases would of course be in proportion You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase For Instance on a 2500 purchase you the first paymentas pay 250 down in addition to the membership fee making a total of 325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance In small weekly or monthly payments w bought on the Club Plan aretWhen you consider that goods cash priceswhether special or regularyouat our more clearly see that our membership fee Is nothing In willII with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods the privilege of time payments k cFUItN1TUBE OAIUETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AM OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB iLAN Any further Information regarding the Club Plan will be cheerfully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor it I I SONI1 U C h1 1 +lSH1 1 1 1 H 101 1 Ii- K e- E 9MifN0lNNlNViitNiMOPOt r t ATt- A MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South t saNwaostti rtiw vw + wti= = Bi1 = iiThLtDollai 1 fin That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time whom yltr LAST DOLLAR W must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the JP dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming 1 Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co S Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m- IDI i 8C3I 2ffl ffi I I NmNlN IHt i I iI For Your Furniture Want- sI I I I I YOUR TRADE I I I My stocks are the largest my prices I the lowest and my terms the best I I I JAMES GREENE t I I 425 427 and 429 East Market StreeteI I t I iJWEWANTYOUR WORK e 1 t r Prepared to Do It Promptly IIIIWere I and in FirstClass Style I PRINTINGCards daiCircularsEtcII Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 346 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN d J t to1t WEdanp GiRayhDlT t rRIDKT I + H + +c o + ct+ + + t 1 FRANK A OHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES- You J Con Make a Square Meal of Our Re und Steak i a niMiH7i iipfc iw II 122oofrllklll Street cfr cr tf- C j Churchill Downs===Fall Meeting 8 Days Racing Oct 9Oct SIX 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 M Leger Handicap twentythree nominations t FIRST RACE AT 215 P M ADMISSION 100 AND 150 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pant WeekOeneralI I Tho order Is being greatly re ji crulted at Nlqgara Falls County Board convention tomorrow afternoon at Bertrand Hall Rev Garrett Burke of Denver Is the now State Chaplain for Colorado Hon David I Walsh Governor of Massachusetts Is a member of the p Ancient Order There are fortythree divisions of the Ladies Auxiliary in Ohio with 2224 members The Louisiana Ladles Auxiliary reelected Miss T B Tierney for State President James McTlghe of the Emerald I Hibernian Social Club Is now among the list of newlyweds t State Insurance conIdltlonDivision 3 members are busy circulating I their combination books for benefit of their building fund County President Connellys term just closing has been one of the most successful In the history of the orderA 0 H members were prominent In the list of workers for the recent Lazar given in aid of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital The Ancient Order and Ladles Auxiliary of San Francisco will give a grand entertainment and ball for the Christian Brothers Minneapolis Knights made a special observance of Peace day by visit ing the Cathedral In a body and of fering prayers for peace A decided attraction at the Fort Wayne Cathedral fall festival will be the cut glass booth conducted by the Ladles Auxiliary The Ladles Auxiliary of Peublo Col has been a happy family since Its organization Two of Its mem bers are now State officers Division 4 meets next Monday evening All members of the order are Invited to Inspect the newly furnished and decorated hall Miss Nellie Sullivan President of Auxiliary 8 of San Francisco was given a warm welcome Wednesday night on her return from a five months trip and visit to every part of Ireland Division 1 of Niagara Falls celebrated its twentysecond anniversary with a feast of oratory music and mirth that was particularly en joyable nearly 200 being seated at banquetWhen Thomas J Sha han Is consecrated as a Bishop next month in the Cathedral at Baltimore he will be presented with a ring voted at the national convention The Ladles Auxiliary will present the new Bishop a magnificent crozier at the same time- CHAMPIONS THE CLASS By defeating the Barbarossa ball club last Sunday the Champions clearly earned their title to the champion amateur team In the Falls Cities although the Barbarossa team is composed entirely of semiprofessional and professional play ers several in last Sundays lineup being In league ball this past season The Champions which were originally known as the St Charles club in the Twin City League estab lished the following splendid record for the season Won the Twin City championship for the third time defeated the StrasselGans club for the city championship and played a rattling contest against the Butler Bros for the national championship and now defeat tho Barbarossa club which is considered one of the strongest semipro teams In the State RACING AT DOWNS The New Louisville Jockey Club had a splendid opening yesterday of its autumn race meeting which will continue all next week With an abundance of highclass racing material a full list of capable riders and a staff of efficient officials it would seem that nothing stands in the way of the meeting turning out a complete success Churchill Downs Is one of the citys oldest and most historic institutions and from the year of its establishment nearly forty years back It has grown steadily In the favor of the Louisville public A splendid card is offered for this afternoon with the Golden Rod Stakes as the feature Both President Grainger and Treas urer Applegate are enthusiastic over the outlook both having labored hard and securing for this meeting the best horses on the American turf IRISH LEADERS COMING National President Michael J Ryan Secretary Fltzpatrlck and Treasurer Jordan have announced that the plans for the United Irish League convention had been changed In order that a delegation of prominent members of the Irish party may attend The convention will bo held in New York City on November 10 and John E Redmond the Irish leader John Dillon and Joseph Devlin will be In attendance It was originally intended to hold the aoimmUon In Philadelphia t1E IJOI S ntrfl1brfJ To Relieve Suffering Humanity 8 Louisville Ky October 1912 Since about six rears I did not know what a good night a rest was Ij would cure worn out my home cares were err heavy and had no one to help me boulder the burden This thought near y drove me frantic and my health was jreaklntr down but at this writing I round Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic and ow feel that I am myself again That ppresslve feeling on my brain dlsap reared like magic after the first dose of he Tonic and refreshing sleep returned nd also my health for which I hope that lad will spare the Tonic long to relieve uttering humanityMrs McMahon Mr F Helti of neamstown Pa1 says hat Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic helped ilm a great deal from sleeplessness which roubled him since the last two or three ears A Valuable Book on Nervous Diseases mod a Sample FREE bottle to my addre Poor pi bents alto get the medicine free respired by REV FATHER KOBNIO of1 Fort Wayne led IDee 1876 and now by tbt KOENIG MED tO Chicago 111 62 W Lake Strict near Dearborn toad by Druggist at SI per bottle 6 for i5 Larf o Size S17S 6 Bottle for 59 AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY llmely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tory of America By James A Kooney LL D October 11 1812 Tho Right Rev Benedict Joseph Flaget first Bishop of Bardstown Ky then comprising the entire Northwest offered the holy sacrifice in the house of Peter Dittoe a Catholic settler near Somerset Ohio the first mass said by a Bishop in that State October 12 1910 New college Church of Mount St Marys Em mltsbu g bid dedicated by Cardinal Gibbons sermon by the Rev Henry C Semple S J of St Ignatius church New York cornerstone was laid by the President the Very Rev Denis J Flynn April 24 1908 October 13 1903Death at Baltimore of Archbishop John Joseph Kaln second Archbishop of St Louis born at Martinsburg W Va March 31 1841 ordained July 2 1862 consecrated Bishop of Wheeling May 23 1875 Archbishop and coadjutor In St Louis In 1893 succeeded to see May 21 1895 October 15 1826 Daniel Dough erty lawyer lecturer and known as the silvertongued orator born in Philadelphia sterling Catholic and man of pure and upright life died September 18 1892 his funeral sermon preached by Archbishop Ryan October 16 1911Death of the Right Rev Augustin Van de Vyver sixth Bishop of Richmond Va born In Belgium December 1 1844 ordained July 24 1870 consecrated October 20 1889 burled on the twentysecond annl versary of his consecration In Mount Calvary cemetery which he had purchased October 17 1831 Opening of acad emlc department of St Francis Xaviers College Cincinnati in the Athenaeum which had been purchased by Bishop Fenwick and opened May 11 1829 URGENT DEATHS Sunday the sad news reached Louisville of the death at Toronto of W J Burkholder formerly of this city He was the son of G H Burkholder 2321 West Jeffersoi street and was thirtyseven years old The body was brought to this city Tuesday and the funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Cecilias church Fortified by the consolations of religion and surrounded by her husband and children Mrs Thomas Brat passed to her heavenly reward Monday afternoon at tho family home 2311 West Market street Mrs Qraf was highly esteemed and respected and her loss will be dIs- tinctly felt Surviving her are hei husband and five daughters Marie Florence Susie and Elsie Graf and Mrs Harry D Binford all of Louisville The funeral was held from St Anthonys church of which the de ceased was an old and most devout member John Qullllgan an old and highly respected citizen of Louisville and Secretary of the Veteran Firemens Vssoclatlon died last Saturday at his home 153 North Pope street the result of a paralytic stroke The de need was a patriotic citizen who ways sympathized with the strug Jles of his fellowmen and was generous in mercy and funds to allay heir sufferings Surviving his aged wife Mrs Kate Quingap- id two sons John Qullllgan of Philadelphia and William Qullllgan of this city His funeral took place Monday morning from St Josephs church Requiem mass wascele irated by the pastor who paid kindly and well merited tribute to the memory of the deceased CATHOLIC INDIANS In Alaska there are 4000 Catholic Indians Lt yedr341 Indian hlldren were 1baptrzad there I w p t 17 I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death of J McMahon son of James McMahon Chairman of the Abbeylelx Board of Guardians IIs much regretted Much regret Is felt at Strabane at the death of Miss Sarah McCrossan a very popular teacher In the Con vent of Mercy schools The military authorities have taken over the disused Workhouse at Donaghmore near Ballybrophy and are preparing It for wounded sol diersJohn McCarthy of Cork has been elected art teacher to the Sllgo Technical School There were eleven applications Including three front ladles The late Col H Stuart Johnston of Stirling Clonea County Meath left personal estate of 50000 which he bequeathed to his family and relatives- At the volunteer parade In Car rlckonShannon the Boyle men won the valuable cup offered for competition for the best drilled and equipped company present- Michael Larkin aged thirteen son of P Larkin of Tuam was killed in his fathers house during a great thunderstorm and the whole family were rendered unconscious- A young man named Michael Sheehan employed at Brosna as a I baker was found dead at the foot path outside the town with his throat cut A razor lay beside hUn i The collection for the equipment of the Dungarvan corps of the Irish National volunteers has already reached 450 and the amount will be devoted to the buying of upto I date rifles Peter Duffy aged eighteen a farm hand with Timothy Lynch Bally feard was attacked by a bull which I mauled him with such ferocity that he lived only half an hour afterward the bull goring him for several min utes before assistance arrived I The death is announced of Samuel C McElroy of Ballymoney who was a land reformer and Secretary ol Tenants Defence Association He was a follower of Gladstone and was defeated by the late Lord McNaghten in a contest for the representation of North Antrim By sixteen votes to eleven foi A W Devenlsh Meares J C DowI dall has been for the second time elected to the Petty Sessions Clerkship of Newry and Warrenpolnt by the Justices of the Joint district I Dowdall was appointed a month ago but the election was not approved by the Lord Lieutenant on a technl cal point I John OConnell Carlow met his death as the result of a7 bathing acI cident Her went to bathe in the Barrow about half a mile from the town and ran about ten yards to dive In As he was about to Jump he slipped and came head foremost and struck bottom in shallow water breaking his neck He died a few minutes afterward t At a recent meeting of the Lim erick County Council Anthony Mackey proposed that 75000 hall the credit balance of the councllrbe allocated for the purchase of rifles for the Irish National volunteers The motion was defeated by nineteen votes to eight Mackey has hopes that he will win his point at a meeting in the near future Most Rev Dr Browne Bishop of I followingIto Poulfour In room of Rev D Lyne who has been transferred to tile curacy of Rajhgarogue Rev T Scallan Ballymltty to Askamore vice Rev A Hickey to Ballymltty Rev M ORyan St Peters College to Wjexford vice Rev G J Murphy to St Peters CollegQ NOVEL EUCHRE 1ARTV Members of St Brlglds congrega Ion will give a mammoth afternoon and evening euchre party next Thursday in their new hall Baxter and Hepburn avenue Preparations have been making for several weeks and a novel feature of entertainment will be Introduced for this occasion The proceeds will be devoted to meeting the expense of improvements now being made in the school building Committees in charge of the arrangements expect that this entertainment will excel anything yet done In the euchre party line MISSION AT ST PAULS A mission beginning October 18 and ending October 25 will be given att St Pauls church Jackson and KentuckY by the Rev Fathers Bqnl ace and Adrian two PassIonlaU alsfllonarles from Chicago who are renowned for their eloquence in the cause of God During this mission c onfeeelona will be heard In English Irish German French and Spanish Tho order of exercises and hours fore weekday masses will be alc lounced tomorrow by Rev Father York pastor of St Taut s who in= vltes the general public to attend bile the mission Is in progress ivory1 endeavor will be made tOo irlng back to the told Gods wader ng children J f lr p J IIIUllttl UII He Iin aIIIIIIIIIIIIIII r HERMAN STRAUS tj SONS g rouBTM Avenue ivCGaPOi7Ay G MARKET STREET n Latest Fall Styles 44INCH RIPPL f CLOTH T 100SPECIAL SALE O- FAXM1NSTERH H RUGS All the 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