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WE DO- PRINTING FWST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order VOLUME XXXIII NO IS LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 17 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS PEACEFUL END Cardinal DominicForrata Papal Secretary of State Succumbs After Month of Suffering Noted Diplomat at European Courts Restored Friendly Feeling To Church Pontiff In Sorrow For Dear Friend and Says Gods Will Be Done PERITONITIS CAUSE OF DEATH Cardinal Dominic Ferrata the Papal Secretary of State died In Rome on Friday The immediate peritonitiscausean outcome of his protracted illness Because of this peritonitis it was considered imprudent to operate The death of Cardinal Ferrata al though not unexpected greatly affected the Pontiff The news was andconveyed behisdone but It takes from me a dear friend and my right hand The Pope Immediately retired to his prlvate apartments where lie prayed for the repose of the soul of tho late Cardinal Cardinal Ferrata died surrounded laconscious Iremark go to Saviour strickenCardinalwith appendicitis soon after his- appointment by Pope Benedict on September 4 to the office of Papal Secretary of State elatedSeptemberSecretary of State at the Vatican by the now Pope Benedict XV suc ceeded Cardinal Merry del Val who was Secretary of State under the late Pope Pius X The Cardinal who for years had been known throughout the Catholic world as a diplomatist was prominently mentioned Plus X andas a successor to even before the death of Leo XIII he was talked of for Secretary of State Under Pius X he was Secretary of the Holy Office at the Vatican of which the Pontiff himself was tine head Cardinal Ferrata served in many diplomatic T relations He was a- tbatdifferent times Papal Berne Brussels and at Paris In each nation he did much in a diplo matic nature to improve the friendly feeling between Church and State Particularly was this so in France The Cardinal was sixtyseven years old and he had been a member of the Sacred College eighteen years He was born in Montefiasceno dio cese of Gradoll March 4 1847 He was created and proclaimed a Car dinal June 22 1896 by Leo XIII With his many other honors he held I the position of arch priest 6t the Patriarchal Lateran ArchBasilica- For six years Cardinal Ferrata was Nuncio in Paris His stay there was signalized not merely by a sus pension of the hostilities of the French Government against what was denounced as clericalism but oven by n friendly understanding between tho Republic and the Vat ican In Berne and Brussels Car dinal Ferrata put an end to dissensions which had embittered the relations between the State and the Roman Catholics in Switzerland and Belgium In April 1913 Cardinal Ferrata was the Legate of Plus X at the worlds Eucharistic Congress which was held on the Island of Malta INSTALLATION AT LUDLOW Large delegations of Knights from Louisville Cincinnati Coving ton and Jexington were present at the initiation of Kehoo Council and Installation of officers at Ludlow Ky last Sunday afternoon and the banquet in the evening Attorney John T Murphy was toastmaster at the banquet and addresses were made by Judge Geoghegan of Cin cinnati Judge Frank M Tracy of Covington J Madison Walsh of Washington Ind and Rev W R Boland of Somerset Ky Officers of the new branch of the order are Grand Knight John J Donovan Deputy Grand Knight Michael Glenn Chancellor John T Murphy Financial Secretary Richard J Dillon Treasurer B R Schwartz Inner Guard Harry Klonno Outer Guard GA Odenwald Warden John Donnelly Lecturer M M Driscoll Chaplain Rev Thomas Kehoe In whose honor the new cbuncll was named- MA3IMOTH EUCHRE The annual fall euchre and lotto of Trinity Council Y M I will tako place next Wednesday and Thursday evenings at their club house on Baxter and Morton avenues the games to be called at 816 promptly This annual affair of Trinity Council has obtained a wide reputation principally because of the large number of prizes their list running up into the hundreds and the handling of which has become quite a Job for the members of the committee In addition to the quantity there is also quality many of the prizes donated by members and business firms being unique and valuable Woman clerks employed in th6- Brltleh Poial service get oallr half TUB Sinai lalaJraIutB v i 1 KENTUCKY IRiSH AMERICAN COLUMBUS DAY AT ST XAVIERS On Friday afternoon the students of St Xaviers College assembled in the college auditorium to honor the memory of the discoverer of America The programme musical and literary pertained to Chris topher Columbus Brother James opened the exercises with a talk on the lifo of Columbus drawing there from practical lessons to be used in the upbuilding of character He stated that the lives of great men and Columbus in this particular in stance were object lessons Their greatness lay not in what they achieved but in what they were that future greatness must be born in youth the foundation stones of character must be laid firm and strong by preparing for lifes work in the dally performance of duty that this alone constitutes great ness and all else Is tinsel Colum bus greatness was foreshadowed in his youth by his perseverance in study his thinking far ahead of his age his unfaltering determination in what he thought was right his assiduity in following his plans in tho cause of truth despite the all but insuperable obstacles that bestrewed his path and above all by his faith In prayer and the from conviction that there is a Divinity that shapes our ends provided man cooperates with the lights given him from on high These qualities are as neces sary today as In the day of Colum bus Each boy should engraft these in his soul and by augmenting the same each day by fidelity to duty rise higher and higher toward tho plnacle of famethe highest point of ambition the culmination of all greatness Christian manhood The exercises proper opened with a violin solo by Francis DeLcuil ac companied by John McIntyre on the piano Thomas Gibbons spoke on The Catholic Attitude to the Flag embodying the sentiments in tho poem of the Rev Constantine Pise The American Flag Vocal solo by James Mazzoni accompanied by Ford Tracy on the piano and Francis DaLeuil on the violin Trlalogue representing a supposed discussion by King Ferdinand Columbus and Don Gomez regarding the merits and demerits of the scheme proposed by Columbus King Ferdinand being Impersonated by Charles Schnat terer Columbus by John Klefot and Don Gomez the incredulous by Mark Hackett Thomas Gibbons rendered a vocal solo piano accom paniment by John McIntyre Why I Columbus Succeeded was the subject of a speech by Francis DeLeull who forcibly dwelt on the sternness of the great navigator in turning a deaf ear to the entreaties of his mutinous crew thereby giving a nev world and teaching its grandest lessonsuccess is determination to succeed The Xavier quartette made Its initial appearatico and gave much promise for the future The literary part of the programme was brought to a close by a dialogue between regardIng part of Don Gomez was taken by Emmet Brown that of the secretary by John Goss The exercises closed with the announcement that classes would be suspended on Monday in honor of Christopher Columbus HELPS TIm SOUTH t Holy Trinity parochial school New Albany last Friday decided to buy a bale of cotton to aid the cotton growers of the South- CARROLLTON The nuptials of Edward Hill and Miss Laura Glauber were solemnized with a high mass at St Johns church In Carrollton Thursday morn Ing The attendants were Leon Hill and Miss Helen Marie Framme Fol lowing a wedding breakfast at tho groomleftthey have niany friends VESTITION CEREMONIES There will be vestltlon of three candidates at the Passlonlst Retreat tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock con ducted by Rev Father Cletus Brady who will also deliver the sermon The three to be vested are Anselm parishJohnJamesWathenFACE POWDER COSTS MORE Be a little careful of your face powder girls for It Is getting more expensive every day to keep that shine off Imported complexion priceIt chase a box of French whitener for eightyfive cents Now this same beauty aid costs 1 Fifteen cents on appallingbutsoliberallydays upANOTHER SHOWER President Thornton President of arrangIng repeatthegoodlibrarymembers A meeting of those in washeldcial Club has been reorganized for the season with the reelection of MackinIsInNovemberNovemberCLOSING OF BAZAR ItColumbascometobanner crowd of the three days iis anuounceprentB will be made and many valuable prjaes dl p dot n is HIBERNIANS Hold Successful County Conven tion at Bcrtrand Hall Last4 Sunday Harmony and Support of Officers Chief Characteristics of Meeting In Response to Unanimous Re quest Connelly Succeeds lllni self as President MANY Of OLD GUARD PRESENT The Ancient Order of Hibernians of Jefferson county held their bien nial convention at Bertrand Hall last Sunday afternoon and In the opin ion of those who attended was the most successful of its kind in years principally because of the harmony and enthusiasm displayed and again in the selection of the officers for the ensuing two years each officer being chosen by acclamation and everyone in the large attendance present promised them his hearty support and cooperation for tho ensuing two years The convention was called to order by County President W J Connelly and after the opening prayer he appointed the following committees Credentials Thomas W Tarpy C J Ford John M Maloney and John H Hennessy Rules of OrderHenry McDer mott and James Welsh Ladles AuxiliaryThomas Dolan C J Ford John M Maloney and Thomas Lync- hGrievancesThomas W Tarpy C J Ford John M Maloney and John H Hennessy ResolutionsThomas Dolan Jo seph Lynch John M Maloney and John J+ Barry Press Jolin J Barry D+ J OKeefo and T+ J OLeary After a short recess for the work ol the committees County President Connelly read his report in which he advocated several measures for the good of the order among them the custom of all members visiting the home of a deceased member re gardless of their respective divisions- In reviewing the records of the past two years County President Connelly also spoke of the ambitious step of Division 3 Jn buying their own home and stated that their enterprise was a splendid advertisement for the or der and an incentive for young men to Join especially that classwhom a club house appealed to The re port also contained a brief review of the entertainments given under the auspices of the County Board each and every one having been a success in every way President Connelly also thanked the members for their cooperation and stated that in all his experiences he had never been associated with a more willing set of workers He also spoke of the aid and advice given the local A O H by County Chaplain Very Rev father Cronin and paid a nice tri bute to this beloved priest who has the earnest respect and admiration of every member of the order Probably the most Important re ports of the committees were those of the Committee on Resolutions who offered suggestions indorsing John Redmond and his coworkers for their successful fight for home rule President Wilson for efforts in behalf of worldwide peace and the Catholic Federation for the move In urging the United States Government to interfere in behalf of religious liberty in Mexico The Committee on Ladles Auxiliary offered resolutions urging closer co operation with the sister members of the order in all of their undertak ingsAmong those who addressed the convention were L J Mackey who recited the preamble of the order used several years ago and spoke of the meaning conveyed therein Thomas J Dolan who complimented the success of the County Board under President Connellys reign State President Tarpy who pledged himself to aid the divisions in any way and to attend their meetings regularly Others who spoke were John J Hession Denny Crowley Joseph Lynch John M Maloney Thomas Stevens and William Mur phy Although he had attended the meeting with the object of refusing to again be a candidate County President Connelly listened to the urgent requests of those present and again allowed his name to go before the convention being elected by acclamation The other officers elected are as follows i PatherCroninCroninVice PresidentJohn M Maloney JOKeefeFinancial Secretary T J Lan ganTreasurerCharles J Finegan HUNTING SUIT PRIZE At the euchure and lottol to be given for the benefit of St Aioysius r1nltrpounclland evening the committee in charge have secured as a prize to be dis posed of a first class hunting suit and outfit comprising legglns cartridge belt etc and which will be of great value to the winner The games will be called at 230 and 8 oclock and those desirous of helping a charitable cause can spend a plea sat eveaiag- t J 70000 March In Holy Name Processions In Pittsburgh and Cincinnati Last SundayI li I Choir Lends Chanting Hymns to Which Marchers and Viewers Respond Thousands Along Line Show Approval and Reverence For Sacred Name I PLEDGED AGAINST BLASPHEMY J 4 Last Sunday was generally ob served by the Holy Name Society throughout the country The object of the society is to teach and urge reverence for the names of God and Jesus Christ ami its members are pledged to abstain from and dis countenance all Blasphemous pro fane and Immodest language The largest demonstrations which at tracted attention and praise wero In Pittsburgh and Cincinnati In Pittsburgh the i chanting of the choristers who headed the different societies and responses by the marchers and the crowd on the streets were noted features Jesus Son of God chanted the choristers in the midst of the Cathedral choir leading the 40000 marchers In the Holy Name parade as they passed the reviewing stand at the Cathedral Have mercy on us responded the rest of the choir In full toned Gregorian harmony From all evil sang the choris ters continuing the petitions of the litany I Jesus deliver us returned the choir Tho singers passed and as their voices receded there came the sound of the tramp anHJ shuffle of the feet of thousands 1They continued to march by in closely packed ranks for two hours 1 f Just as the solemnly monotonous Intonations of the Cathedral choir died away lnitlie4one direction there arose from t the chant of the singers ifram Sacred Heart JAdesteJ laetl triumph antes y3j ieaehleadinS4sdelegation the long procession as he passed the stand crowded with the ecclesiastical dignitaries of the Pittsburgh diocese turned his face toward it It was the greatest parade the Holy Name societies of the diocese of Pittsburgh ever held In numbers it was the largest and more churches were represented From Uniontown Glassport New Kensington Wash ington Blalrsvllle and nearly every other town under the spiritual rule of the Bishop of Pittsburgh came delegations ranging in number from lob to 500 The great parishes of the city sent thousands There was no music but the sing ing Every song referred to the cause in the honor of which the procession was heldtho adoration and sanctification of the Most Holy of Names Brightly colored banners further proclaimed the cause in gold emblazoned mottoes The singing was solemn the pennants and ban ners were bravely colored but the most impressive thing about the procession was the Immense number participating For more than half an hour Fifth avenue from the downtown district to St Pauls Cathedral where the procession ended was filled with marchers The last delegation did not leave the starting point until long after the first had reached the Cathedral Not only was tho avenue filled with men but the sidewalks the whole way were packed with spec tators In the vicinity of the Cathe dral it was estimated there were 50000 onlookers The procession was reviewed by Monsignor Joseph Suehr Vicar Gen eral of the diocese in the absence of Bishop J+ Regis Canevin who is in Mercy Hospital with a broken ankle By his side stood Very Rev Thomas J Bourke dean of the diocese of Australia in Pittsburgh on his way home from the Eucharistic Congress In Lourdes Around the Dean and priestsIof the who left their dole gations as they reached the stand and the highest officers of the Holy Name Society As the marchers reached the Cathedral they massed about the west door except those of the last division who entered When the last one was in this place the door opened and Vicar General Suehr stepped onto the platform draped with the Papal colors In his hand ho bore the sacred host for the adoration of the crowd who knelt in the street and returning into the Cathedral the ceremonies concluded with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament i In Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller headed the procession of 30000 which marched through the streets to Redland Field where 15000 pee pre had preceded them The serv- Ices were held in the open air the audience repeating the solemn pledge to Abstain from all blasphemous profane and immodest words and to revere and love the names of God and of Jesus Christ Archbishop Mbeller presided at tiffs Benediction of the Blessed Sacra mlaentprleslsofGllliganwe r REFUGEES Bishops Priests Brothers and Nuns Imprisoned and Ex- Flied From Mexico Nearly Two Hundred Suffer In suit and Prlvltatlou Fleeing to United States Find Shelter at Institutions In Various Parts of the Country ARE PENNILESS AND DESTITUTE I Nine priests of the Passlonlst or der and twentyfive nuns of the Or der of the Sacred Heart have reached Chicago having escaped from Mex ico after undergoing hardships and being In danger of losing their lives on several occasions The priests all of whom are Spaniards are housed at the head quarters of the Passlonlsts at North Harlem and Talcott avenue Nor wood Park The nuns have taken refuge at the Academy of tho Sacred Heart In Lake Forest Through Interpreters members of tho refugee band of priests described their difficulties in getting out of Mexico All had been imprisoned at Toluca capital of the Province of Mexico and were granted their free dom only upon the guaranty of the Spanish Consul that they would leave tho country within fifteen days Their property seized by Consti- tutionalist soldiers their money and valuables confiscated the members of the little band were forced to make tho trip to Laredo herded to gether In cattle cars At Laredo they were aided by tho Passlonlst Bishop Paul Nussbaum who saw them across the Texas border en route to Chicago Those in the band Included Rev Fathers Domlngues Benandius Al exander Fabian John Peter Henry Clclstro Claud and Inncenclo Their stories were interpreted for a Jour nal reporter by Rev Patrick Walsh C P a native of tho Argentine Republic and Rev Isidore Dwyer C P who lived in Mexico twelve years Father Domingues was the leader of the band I have in my possession a copy of puttingI ourellglousDomlnigues Only one priest the eldest amongst us was permitted to remain In the district Priests Who sought to escape were thrown into prison I fled to friends and they hid me for a month in a cornfield but finally I was discovered and ar rested Our house owned by an American Rev Stanislaus Grennon of New York was seized and all our property and money taken The one priest allowed his free dom was permitted to hold services on Sunday under a guard of soldiers iast days and tho administering of the sacraments were prohibited Brother Basil a young student at our home was shot after a per functory court martial wherein ho was charged with trespassing on Government property Brother Basil had loft our home and gone only a short distance when he thought of something he left behind Brother Basil returned to our home which the soldiers had seized and he was Immediately arrested courtmar lalcd and shot Worse than this his dead body was hurled into a courtyard where we imprisoned priests could see We were treated without considera tion of any kind Finally when things looked dark the Spanish Consul interceded and obtained our release on his guaranty that we would all leave the country within fifteen days We were turned out on the world August 1 without money or with out means of communication with those who might aid us financially By the aid of those who dared to help us we obtained passage on cattle trains and made our way to Laredo Texas There were fourteen priests in the original party five of them have gone to other houses of the Pas slonlst fathers Bishop Paul Nuss baum of Corpus Christi Texas a member of our order aided us after we reached Laredo and ordered us sent to various homes of the Pas slonlst fathers in this country The refugee nuns were stationed at the Sacred Heart Convent in Guadalajara Mexico previous to their exile Their story was told reluctantly on Monday Among their number were several members of prominent families In cluding Mme Sands niece of tire late Rear Admiral Sands of the United States navy and Mme Callaghan a relative of Admiral Sir George A Callaghan of the British navy Mono de Mario a French member of the order Jed the group from San Francisco to Chicago The nuns fled from their convent at the advance of Gen Manuel Dleguez whose soldiers pillaged their properties Mme de Bolivar Superior of the convent In Guad alajara had fortyeight nuns asso elated with her and she brought countryOntoManzanilloseventeen different homes b f friendly persons Oftentimes they were all huddled ijitp one little room to avoId discovery by the don IttitUtlon llllteThEiY sailed from Manzanlllo early llast month and are L C rived at San Francisco September 16 July 8 the Mesdames were in formed by the French and British Consuls in the Mexican city that the Constitutionalists were nearing Guadalaja said a friend to whom they told their story Because of treatment accorded members of re ligious orders at other places by the Constitutionalists the nuns placed an American flag over their convent andfledJuly 9 Gen Dieguez entered the city and immediately demanded 1000000 from the dignitaries of the church later increasing it to 5000000 Part of this sum was paid by wealthy citizens and then eighty priests were thrown Into Jail for ten days Meanwhile the nuns were sheltered In one little room at the home of a wealthy resident Troops rode their horses Into the convent Servants who were told JIelpthemsehesof rescuing them from the soldiers were not allowed to enter All efforts of the Madames in America to communicate with the members of their order in Guad alajara failed after July 9 and It was not until they were to sail from Manzanlllo that they were tracedAt Manzanlllo a party of 100 theythoughtCityIjoweverwas one of the worst of their ex periences They found that instead of firstclass fare for which they paid they were herded into a dark corner of the hold next to the coal bunkersMost Rev Leopoldo Ruiz D D Archbishop of Morella and Most Rev Francisco Plancarto y Navar rete Archbishop of Linares are guests of the Rev A Resa C M F at the Monastery of the Sons of the Immaculate Heart of Mary San Antonio Texas says the Southern MessengerThe Mexican prelates BIshopShawRightRevAguas Calientes Right Rev Jesus RightRevZacatecas Right Rev Msgr Fernan dez of the Basilica of Our Lady of GuadalupeRight Rev Francisco Uranga y Sainz Bishop of SInaloa Is a guest at Santa Rosa Infirmary One hundred Marist Brothers from various parts of Mexico will go to Port Lavaca Texas where they will occupy the house of the Oblate Fathers of San Antonio CHURCH RENOVATED St Peter Clavers church for colored CathollcSJtasboenthorou ghly renovated and fitted with steam heat New steps and porch of con crete have been added and concrete paving has been laid In the church and school yard The congregation of St Peter Clavers Is in charge of Father Constantine Schaaf O F M of St Bonifaces Monastery ST PAULS MISSION A mission by the Rev Fathers Boniface and Adrian will begin Sun day in St Pauls church Jackson between Kentucky and Caldwell concluding the following Sunday Confessions will be heard in English Irish German French Spanish and Italian The pastor the Rev Thomas A York Invites all espe cially tho young men to make the mission BISHOPS INTERMENT The most Impressive Visitation day services ever held at St Marys cemetery Covington will take place October 25 because of the interment of Right Rev George A Carrell the first Bishop ot that city and Right Rev A M Toebbe who was Bishop Carrells successor Both Bishops were originally interred In crypts In the old St Marks Cathedral that was formerly llocated on Eighth street between Greenup and Scott streets and placed in the vault of the St Marys cemetery on the Lex- Ington pike Several days ago Right Rev Bishop C P Maes ac companied by his secretary Rev Father James L Gorey repaired to the cemetery and selecteda plot of ground for burial purposes for him self and the late Bishops and clergy of the diocese It is a strange co incidence that two Bishops will be laid to their last resting place on the same day- ROME COMING CELEBRATED The Church of the Immaculate Conception Eighth and Cedar cele brated home coming day last Sunday evening with solemn vespers and numerous oldtime members of the congregation some from other parts of the country attended The pastor the Rev George W Wester mann was celebrant and tho Rev George W Schuhmann delivered the sermon The following priests all of whom were former members of the congregation assisted in the service The Rev A J Thome of St Vincent de Pauls church the Rev G A Welssof St Georges church the Rev Theodore H Roverman of Jeffersontown the Rev Dominick Barthel of St Melnrads Ind and the Rev Francis Henry of Topeka Kan 1C OF O LECTURE Dr W B Doherty will lecture to tho members of the local council Knights of Columbus next Wednesday evening on War and Its Heroes and as the war talk is one dayjustpected Next Friday there will be membersandtheEntertainment I fi y- ll J WE DO- PRINTING FIRST ClASS WOK Give Thus Office Your Next Order CAMPAIGN Committee Pleased With W JBryans Reception in This State r Sccretaryof State Urges Support of COllgreHJlonnl Another Peoples Ticket En tered in School Commis sioner Race BEN KLING DESERVES SUPPORT CampaignCommittee the result of Secretary of State Bryans tour of Kentucky earl Chalrman Tom Rhea predicts that every district In the State will give an oldtime Democratic majority as there is no dissension or dissatisfac tion In tho ranks anywhere and Secretary Bryans plea for support of the Wilson administration Is causing Democracy to work with Its oldtime vigor for the election of Beckham to the United States Sen ate and a Congressman from each of the first ten districts and the hope of defeating Caleb Powers In tho Eleventh district with the fusion = 1 candidate Mr Bryan made nine speeches In all Thursday beginning CynthlanaParis tt fort Christlansburg Eminence La grange and wound up hero at the Masonic Theater where he was greeted by an overflow crowd meetingInMr Beckham Mr Bryan also urged his hearers to send Senator Camden shorttenmCongressmanSherley In rI contestto a race between the exGovernors Beckham the Democratic nominee and Willson nomInee J or enthusiasm behind the Progres sive movement and nine out of ten men you meet throughout the Stato ofI s furthermore six out of every ten voters here are hardly aware of that fact Without Roosevelt on the ticket and his continual pisstothetgaJarlesrtharais po life Withthe1 case here last year a mayorallty e fatjobi sulkIng gressives cast 22000 votes hero last year while anyone will wager that Burton Vance their Senatorial theCongressionalceive half that number this election and the bet would look like a cinchThe announcement In these col WharfmasterFrankt I CircuitClerktEnquirerthist ttioning other possibilities chief of whom was Robert C Kaltenbacher theCircuitthe sake of harmony withdrew from the race In 1909 when he was tho most popular choice before the convention Bob is a popular madehostsCityHallpartyAracetortion this past week when three can thesothreetheYterm DrJr ACrutchertributed the voter is requested to vote for all three Now here Is the situation In 1910 when the representatives of our leading civic organizations nominated a good government ticket which was re pudiated by an element of which the anMechanIcsand another ticket entered known as the Peoples Ticket and in the crowdedfield candidates Dr A B Weaver present Trustees thePeoplesmany there was no word of censure andGottschalksupport of the good government fhegreaterwere rewarded for their rebellion by receiving tho Indorsement of these representatives lheAandGotschalkf hind the movement to elect Selbert Peak and Crutcher while another rumor Is to the effect that one of the three extra candidates is carded to tofiDen Ihothousands of voters who feelablttol t select their own choice for the Board putatlonailbuilll1e1man a cltisenentitlest supportC t r KENTUOKY ii ii1 All RIOAN J it KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGftN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Aerated to the Seclil and Moral Advcereeeetetllrllh AncrlcM and CaflwUet Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic KalgbU of America I KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PHINTINQ CO lacorporttcd utlllhen I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PBR YEAR SINGLE COPY se BnUrtd M lie LeiliTttU tlflce M 8 944ctaJl fUtUf TtMiHCMiiMluHoH M tM KIHTUCK IWSH AMERICAN M W st braes St UFaaN TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 17 1914 t LIBERTY 7 IN MEXICO The triumph of the Constitu tionalists was heralded as the begin andWingprotection of the people the end of tyranny and oppression Alas their sub Carranza Villa and ordinates in the exercise of power show their true characteradven turers plunderers most cruel oppressors worse than Diaz Huerta or any previous ruler of Mexico What ever may be charged against their predecessors It was against those who opposed their authority but the rights of the neutral the alien of religious persons and Insti Ltutions of all creeds immunity of and pro women were respected tected The Constitutionalists despite their highsounding title and professed love for right and the welfare t of the people respect and protect nothing nor anybody Their edicts and acts are those of the degenerate and brutal outlaw regardless of age sex or condition They levy tribute plunder and destroy property im prison banish or murder helplessI men women and children whoseI life work and Institutions are not of war and hate but of peace loVe and 1beneficence to all humanity Those who war upon religion and women have outlived their time by centuries Religion of any creed arouses the enmity of all reprobates and the rulers of Mexico only reIenact what has been done by kind in the worlds history Such government by whatever title or right Is condemned by all rightthinking people while to theI average American It Is without any palliation utterly Indefensible The American Is prone to sympathize with the oppressed and often without forethought or Investigation Hence the all but unanimous approval of the Constitutionalist revolt in Mexico and rejoicing at Its success That conditions in Mexico are now prse than ever In its history lit nowsoapparent that Hone canl deny except the ignorant and wei regret to say It those who approve as advance of liberty anything which oppresses the Catholic church priests nuns and people and even they are beginning to show an awakening to the horror of the deedsI of those whom they lauded That the sense of the Americanl people regardless of creed or politi cal party is opposed to such brutality and favorable to any legitimateI action on the part of our Government to put an effective stop to It is becoming plainly manifest as the true facts develop A move to make tHis known to the Government In Wash ington has been started by the American Federation of Catholic Societies not only as Catholics because Catholics are the principal victims but as American citizens with the right to protest In behalf of justice and humanity In this all Americans of whatever creed should t participate in petitioning the Govern ment to unequivocally protest against the wanton destruction of life lib erty and property of people in Mexico in time of peace against desecration confiscation and plunder of religious institutions against tribute exile and LIIImprisonment against Insult brutality and outrages of women that a condition recalling the dark ages of barbarism cease and that without much parley THE WAY TO DO IT E M Lawless editor of the Vflterville Mlntf Sentinel and member of Knights of Columbus was charged by the Mankato Morn ing Journal with taking the fake Knights of Columbus oath ds published in antiCatholic papers Mr Lawless had the editor and publisher ot Morning Journal A M and G E Morrison indicted for criminal libel At the trial wit nesses who testified for Lawless Includedl the Rev H E Chapman pastor of the Congregationalist churchand the Rev Thomas Billing irfethotftat minister was foreman of j the jury which returned a verdict of guilty wad sent the Morrisons to prison for a term AtSal mOre J E Hocmen editor of the Sllverion journal was convJeted of libel and sentenced to a hundred days in jail for publish ing slanderous charges against the Benedictine Sisters andprleetsIB addition Homer has to meet a suit for damage for libel It fc indeed time Catbolloa sought protsetionof the 1law against the persistent oaiumay to generally cJrcutaUd In tfato eeastrjr BOMBS IN CHUKOHES Tuesday afternoon a bomb ex ploded under a pew In St Patricks Cathedral New York A hole was blown in the floor another in a window three pews destroyed and pieces chipped from a granite pillar Two persons worshiping were In jured In St Alphonsus rectory West Broadway a bomb was exploded Wednesday night shattering the windows It was in this church Tannenbaum an Industrial Worker and 200 of his followers were ar rested last winter for disorder and damaging property for which Tan nenbaum and others were sentenced to imprisonment The authorities are aware of the existence and teachings of the Indus trial Markers yet there is no effort tc restrict or suppress them They have no more respect for law and itsI officials than for God rights of prop erty or individuals The leniency of theauthorltles emboldens outlaws to acts of violence to intimidate people cr seek revenge on those who disapprove their teachings and criminality And now the Progressives in 1111 rots Indiana Ohio and Nebrask approve and advocate prohibition of the liquor traffic and in his speeches in Ohio Roosevelt indorses this proposition and urged the elec tion of the entire Progressive ticket in those States The platform of the Progressives seems to lack boundaries in all directions Temperance Is one thing prohibi tlon another See the dictionary before you argue about it Teaching No God no master It in not surprising anarchists explode bombs in Catholic churches erected in honor of God and to teach reverence and obedience COLUMBUS DAY IN COVINGTON Brilliance was the keynote of the Columbus parade in Covington Mon day night Knights of Columbus division was a blaze of glory Red lights burned along the line of march and hundreds of lanterns were carried by marchers Chief Schuler was Grand Marshal and Chief Griffith headed the fire de partment There were five divis Ions including Knights of Colum bus Knights of St George Knights of Pythias Knights of St John Ancient Order of Hibernians Moose Red Men Catholic Foresters the fire department and civil officials organizations from Newport Lud low Dayton and Bellevue At termination of parade State Senator Walker C Hall and Postmaster Orle Ware made short addresses inter spersed with patriotic songs and music CHILDREN CELEBRATE In Portland Ore 2000 of the Catholic schools observed Columbus day with a parade through the streets to the Cathedral A silk American flag a present from ex President Taft led the marchers At the Cathedral solemn high masc was offered the singing was by a choir of 230 children Before the mass the choir sang San Salvador in honor of Columbus and after mass the 2000 children sang The Star Spangled Banner The Arch bishop reviewed the parade and complimented the children LOTTO FOR ORPHANS A lotto entertainment will be given by the Ladles Sewing Society of St Joseph Orphans Home Thurs day afternoon October 22 at the home 2823 Frankfort avenue Game called at 230 Admission 10 cents Coffee and sandwiches will b served TRUE EDUCATION In his address at Columbus day exercises In Covington Monday Lieut Gov E J McDermott speak- Ing on Education said True education of the head the body and tho soul not only helps toi rovlde for our success but also to Increase our chance for happiness and for the esteem of our neighbors To educate is not merely to give useful knowledge nor merely to train the intellect To educate in the proper sense we must also pacify the heart and give mastery over the will We must not only make brighter men and women we must make better men and women Our aim girlsIntelligentthrifty virtuous in order that they may become independent and con tented and thus improve our citizenship THANKS JIMMY James W Dougherty who is well mown to many herein Louisville has Just moved Into hla new home in Price Hill a Cincinnati suburb and writes the Kentucky Irish American for a copy of last weeks issue Jimtriytales occadonal tucky Irfek mrlcaanvr i J OGIETY ltt i tti IIij MUt8i Mrs Will Larkin of Third street has as her guest Mrs M Stader of Colesburg Misses Ruth and Margaret Fitz gIbbons are visiting Miss Ruth May at Central City Miss Dessle Burns Waverly Court has been entertaining Miss Teresa Kelly of Nashville Mrs Louis Casper has been en tertaining her mother Mrs C W Ladd of Cannelton x Mrs L G Scanlon of Collins Court spent last week visiting rel atives In Shelbyvllle Miss Mary Conway of Chicago is here visiting her sister Mrs W J Bryan at Crestwood Miss Ethel Conniff spent last week in Bardstown visiting Mrs J F Mooney and family Mr and Mrs Fred W Stengel will leave this afternoon on a visit to relatives Iin Cincinnati Miss Hattie Bright was a recent weekend guest of her sister Mrs Bernhardt at Pleasurevllle William Higgins and wife are spending the week as guests of Mrs Annie Talbott at Bardstown Miss Alice Curtin of the High lands had as her guest for the past week Miss Elizabeth Hopkins Mr and Mrs J Daly Waverly Court had Miss Loretta Rolf of Indiana as their guest this week Miss Clarissa Fehr has gone to Chicago to spend the winter studying music at the Bush Conservatory Mrs John J Barry of West St Catherine street is just recovering from a severe attack of tonsllltis Albert M Herrmann has been In Washington this past week getting a near view of our great statesmen The Gardenia Socials will give their first dance of the season next Thursday evening at Utopian Hall Miss Harry Ainslie entertained Thursday night for Miss Loulsi Cassilly at her home in the High lands Miss Mamie Weppler and Edward M Finn were married on September 12 the Rev Father Westerman offi ciating Mrs William Larkin and son Will of South Louisville have re turned from a visit to relatives at Upton and Colesburg Miss Mary Etta Burke of St Louis arrived Thursday and will make an extended visit with her aunt Mrs J P Foley Walter Pulliam and wife and chil dren of Bloomfield have been spending the past week here as guests of Mrs Mary Murphy Emmet Hughes and bride who was Miss Stella feeler who were here on their wedding trip have returned to Leltchfleld where they will reside Mrs Sara L Burke announces the marriage of her daughter Loretta Marie to Mr George Reiger Jr Thursday evening October 1 1914 Louisville ICy Mrs Peter Jennings of Walls Miss is here on a visit to her sis ters Mrs Harry Fisher and Misses Nellie and Mary Finegan of 1039 South Sixth street Irand Mrs C A McNamara and daughters Misses Mary Florence 1and Alice of Keokuk Iowa visited here this week the guests of Dr Charles A Edelen and Mrs Edelen Guy Osterman of 3416 West Broadway is setting em up to his friends this week on account of the arrival of a handsome little boy Tuesday at his residence 3416 West Broadway Mr and Mrs James McKenna have returned to their home in Fair field after spending the summer at Colorado Springs and Salt Lake City with their daughter Mrs S Abbott Maglnniss Mr and Mrs J H Mahoney of New Haven Ky announce the en gagement of their daughter Miss Catherine Beatrice Mahoney to Nolan Bernard Dant son of the late Wallace Dant of Dant Ky The wedding will take place at New Haven on November 8 Mr and Mrs Thomas L Jen nings who were married in the Church of Our Lady September 30 have gone to housekeeping at 3019 Greenwood avenue Mrs Jennings Is a daughter of P J Ryan of Western Parkway Mr Jennings is connected with the Big Four rail road The marriage of Miss Olivia Katherine Weiss daughter of Mr and Mrs John Weiss to Mr Walter J Naber will take place next Tuesday morning at 9 oclock in Holy Cross church Rev Father Brey perform ing the ceremony After the ceremony a reception will be held at the home of the brides parents 3403 West Broadway Miss Resell Marie Klrndaugh ter of Mr and Mrs Theodore J Kirn and Mr John Proctor Dant morningInFather Walsh The attendants were Miss Louise Dant and Mr Robert Kirn The bridal couple left Wednesday for the East and on their return will be at home at 2419 WjMt Broadway The following party were the vests of Prof and 7tre McChwky of Shelbyvllle this put Wednesday and In the evening were the guests h 4 t Unsurpassed Offering of Suits and Overcoats 15 and 20 Youlllind them better than ever in spite of high er cost of materials We want to praise the cooper ation afforded us bp these great makers in offering you these specialvalues Such values as these are not equalled anywhere Cunning Lewis Brotzge I N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON Miens and Young Mens Exclusive Clothes Shop of Mr and Mrs D J Heffernan of 2619 West Chestnut street Misses Harriett Twyman Ada McManus Effie Efgal Carrie McCrory Stella Bryan Grace Larce Miss Cora Mc Cormick of New York Frank Mont gomery Chas Tellmann Harry Grimes Jr Chas Stolas Edward and Wm McDonald of Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Wm Heffernan Prof and Mrs McClusky Miss Ella Wathen entertained four tables of bridge at her home in the Highlands in honor of Miss Edith Lewis of Jacksonville Fla who Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Logan Rock in the Thlerman Invitations included only friends of the guests of honor Among them were Mes dames Logan Rock Earl Gore Lee Pfeiffer Misses Martelle Thomas of Jacksonville Fla Ruth Rau Emily Rau Katherine Mattingly Mary Winri Olive Wlnn Adella Reiling Marie Reiling Marguerite Kautt Etta Jacob Martine Wathen and Mary Lang Davis One of the pleasant events of the week was a surprise party tendered Mr and Mrs T McCrory last Tues day evening at their new home 3440 Rudd avenue by several ladles of St Patricks Altar Society of which Mrs McCrory was formerly a member The evening was spent in social conversation music and dancing after which refreshment were served to the unexpected guests Little Miss Margaret Francis Lenahan took a very prom inent part in the affair The ladles in the party were Mesdames Charles Boyle John Raggio Joseph Lena han Thomas Keenan Jr Joseph Bauman Jr Francis Mahar John Owens Henry Graosman George Goering Robert Heughlin Patrick T Sullivan Thomas Quinn John Halla han Mary A Black Ella Desmond Misses Catherine Maloney Mary E Nolan Mollle Duddy FRANKFORT K OF C NOTES I Frankfort Council No 1483 Knights of Columbus celebrated October 12 Columbus day with a reception banquet and dance at K of C Hall on last Monday evening which was largely attended by mem bers of Council No 1483 and their families visiting Knights andnu merous of their Catholic and non Catholic friends The committee that had charge of the most brilliant social function that has been given in Frankfort in recent years was composed of Grand Knight JI J King Secretary O S Canty and Chairman of Entertain ment Committee John W Williams who left nothing undone to enable their guests to have a pleasant time A splendid musical programme was rendered and impromptu addresses made by several local and visiting Knights At 1030 oclock the com modious ball room was turned over to the younger members and danc ing to the music of the celebrated Second Regiment band and orchestra was indulged in until after mid night The affair was by far the most enjoyable given by Council No 1483 in recent years The first meeting in October Council No 1483 held their annual election of officers and the follow ing who will serve for the ensuing year and who will be Inducted into office on November were elected Rev Joseph A Flynn Chaplain George Hannen Grand Knight P T Downey Deputy Grand Knight P JB Lillls Financial Secretary Tames Heeney Chancellor Paul Meagher Recording Secretary Pat 1 Sullivan Treasurer Michael Su11lII van Warden Carrel Frazier Out side Guard Butler Ahler Inside t Guard H F Lutkemeler Lecturer J J J King Trustee John Barton Advocate iamongi receive young business men of theI capital city and tha outlook tot a bright and prosperous year under their administration1 has been neatly enhanced by their selection That Council No 1483 will take otf new life and greatly increase Its beady large niemberhlpdurlngtbe- next twelve months Is the sincere wiMi of their broths Knights of Jolumbus throughout the State K LADIESLet Us Make Your Old listInto 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 Louisville byLoulsvltlecome to us to get the best Work at theso extra low prices Our prices 75o and 100 We have thirty new uptodate styles to select from Just think o- fItany old hat whether it be beaver felt or velour we make them into a new hat Our name location and prices on every ladys tongue just at this season of the year Falls City Straw Works 713 W Jefferson North Side COMING EVENTS October IB 16 17Bazar in St Columbas new school hall for bene fit of building fund October 21 22Euchreand lotto given by Trinity Council Y M I in hall Baxter and Morton October 20Euchre und lotto in Trinity Hall for benettt of St Aloysius church Pewee Valley October 3031Bazar under aus pices of Young Ladles Sodality of St Patricks church in school hall November 4Euchre and lotto of Ladles Auxiliary A O H in Falls City Hall November 10Euchre and lotto by Young Ladies Sodality of St Johns church at Trinity Hall after noon and evening November 10 November 1718Autumn festival of St James church in parish hall November 25 Euchre and lotto by Division 3 A O H at Heptasoph Hall l CATHOLIC FEDERATION The Federation of Catholic Socle ties held a well attended meeting Friday evening Dr Ganz made a splendid report of the national con vention recently held in Baltimore and brought back some of the souvenir books He said that while the convention was a success It did not compare with the one held In this city in 1912 He told of the splen did work done by some of the com mittees especially the one that called on President Wilson In regard to conditions in Mexico Mr John A Doyle gave a very interesting report of the convention of Associated Charities held In the city of Washington last month Some very instructive talks were given by Messrs Mackey Elder Weir Fachs Dowling Doyle OConnell Ganz and some of the ladles whose names we did not catch The Committee on Hall reported that they secured the K C Hall on Fourth street and beginning on the second Thursday In November the meetings of the Fed eration would be held in the K C Hall Dr Ganz announced that Rev Father Cletus Brady would lecture at the first meeting in the K C Hall and requested a big meeting DIED IN BUFFALO John Martin superintendent of the Bell Telephone in Buffalo N Y died at his home In that city early Tuesday morning He is survived by his wife three sons and five daughters Mrs Martin Is a sister of William M Higgins of the Ken tucky Irish American the Rev J Higgins Utica N Y and Mrs Annie Lynch of Syracuse N Y A brief dispatch announcing Mr Martins death was received by Wit M Higgins Tuesday morning and he and Mrs Higgins left for Buffalo Tuesday afternoon to attend the funeral on Thursday BLYTIIE KENNEDY Miss Viola P Blythe daughter of Mr and Mrs David M Blythe 128 Wall street and William H Ken nedy of New Albany were married Monday In Holy Trinity church New Albany by the Rev Charles Curran 4 fI r The Democratic Ticket For Senator Long TermJ O W BECKHAM 1 For Senator Short Tcnnr JOHNSON N CAMDEN Appellate Court Third District ROLMN HURT r FOR CONGRESS First District ALBEN WILLIAM nAny I Second District DAVID H KINCHELOE I V Third District ROBERT YOUNG THOMAS Fourth Dlstrlct BEN JOHNSON Fifth Dlstrict SWAGAR SHERLEY Sixth District ARTHUR D ROUSE Seventh District JAMES CAMPBELL CANTRILL Eighth District HARVEY HELM Ninth District WILLIAM JASON FIELDS Tenth District F THOMAS HATCHER Eleventh District NATHANIEL B SEWELL 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 tho 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 and deserves the unstinted approval of his fellowcountrymen- We Indorse tho Democratic administration of the affairs of the Federal government an administration cleaving to tho lino of party progress and keenly sensitive to the settled will of the conn trYNew Yolk Democratic Declaration to VOTE FOR BEN W KLINGFOR BOARD OF EDUCATION Election Nov 3 1914 Economy consistent with Efficiency and Thoroughness CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR flOTTO 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 MI Hall Baxter and Morton Ave Tuesday Afternoon and Night October 20 Games called at 230 and 8 oclock Tickets 10 cents GAS HEATERS We have the best assortment of Gas Heaters in the city and you lcan save money by buying a Gas Heater direct from us and letting your plumber make connections GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STs if f r MFAUSALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS 1800 UP GABARDINES AND RAINCOATS 1250 UP r MADE TO ORDER Home Phone City 3238 425 W Jefferson Street t SACRED HEART ACADEMY + The Uranline Boarding School For Young Women and Girl Terms moderate Classes reopen September Catalogue sent free Address Secretary Crescent Hill St Matthews P 0 Louisville Ky West 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Colum bus day by attending high mass In the Cathedral Fifty candidates received the first degree at an Initiation held last week in Cincinnati Last Sunday the largest class ever initiated there was received into the councll at Columbus Ohio Ellzabethtown Council has elected J E Wise as Grand Knight and I Grover Hagan as Deputy Grand Knight I During the coming year the project for a new building at Oswego N Y will be actively pushed MitralE- vansvllle Council will erect Its new home on Sixth street next spring Plans will be drawn this winterVega Caravan of Albany has ex pended 4000 for scenery to replace that destroyed by fire several weeks ago The Knights of Seattle have al ready begun to plan for the recep tion of delegates to next years national convention The Flower Memorial Library at Watertown N Y will soon receive a set of the Catholic Encyclopedia the gift of the council In that city GOES UP HIGHER The many friends of Edward Coomes who has for several years been chief accountant in the Super intendents office of the Illinois Central railroad at Frankfort will be glad to learn thathe has recently been appointed to a similar position with the Interstate Commerce Com mission with headquarters at Savannah Ga Mr Coomes new position carries with It a substan tial increase in salary and his only regret Is that it necessitates his leav ing his native State He Is a mem ber of Louisville Council No 390 Knights of Columbus His numer ous friends win undoubtedly wish him and his charming wife all possible happiness and prosperity in his new Southern home CHURCH DEDICATED Last Sunday Right Rev Bishop Chartrand dedicated St Johns church on the Knobs In Clark county nine miles northeast of New Albany near the county line Many priests and 3000 people including Knights of St John from Louisville Jeffersonville and New Albany par ticipated The church is on a high hill and visible for miles It is of concrete blocks with marble altars and railing the pews and woodwork of polished oak and will seat 500 The work most of which was done by members of the congregation who are mostly farmers was began in 1912 The cost of such a build would be 30000 but the ling and labor given by mem reduced the net cost to 12000 nearly all of which has been con tributed KNIGHTS BANQUET Louisville Knights of Columbus I celebrated Columbus day with a banquet at the Louisville Hotel Mon day evening about 350 being present The principal speaker was Judge Thomas R Gordon who paid a tribute to Columbus the discoverer of America Short talks were made by Very Rev James P Cronin Grand Knight Frank A Geher and others The musical programme in cluded singing of solos by Miss Belle Decker Wise Miss Corinne Paradis and Joseph Hubbuch ELECT OFFICERS Jeffersonvllle Council No 1348 K of C elected officers Monday night Charles W White Grand Knight James W Sweeney Deputy Grand Knight F B Shephard Chancellor Fred A Krupp Re corder G Harry Frank Financial Secretary Frank J Braun Treas urer James L Leonard Advocate Thomas Horn Warden James F ONeil Inside Guard Matt Biesel Outside Guard John G Cole Trustee three year term- REMARKABLE It is wonderful to say the least how few you meet now that picked the Athletics to win the worlds series the average fan telling you suspicionthatonly one out of a thousand that will own up manfully that he selected the Athletics for the honors Good Judges will concede that the Ath letics were Just off their stride In the series and especially from a hitting standpoint the latter not being due to the pitching of Rudolph or James as the Connie Hack team hit better pitchers than either one predictthatAmerican League they would not finish in the first three and their winning In the National Is attributed to one of the so many freakish angles in this seasons game PATENT APPLIED FOR They are telling the following story m a young matron who lives in the neighborhood of Bonton and D Barr avenues Her husband who Hendersonrailroadcame home last Friday evening and on his entrance found his better half perched on top of the kitchen table holding long string with a dish pan alstickand questions she stated that she had been following the same proceedings for four straight days to catch a mouse and when asked why hadtlotarcftttlcally suggested that she IterlvenUe t1dI j 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 Remember our new number 129 SOUTH FOURTH STREET BET MAIN AND MARKET ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson HBOS5ESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 51O FEHR A TENIT- TIesbesIOhi SEE POOLEY Confidential Loans BEST RATES ANY SECURITY Call Write or Telephone City 2541 F R POOLEY ROOM 1 CourierJournal Bldg 415 Fourth Street SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IX- DIVISION 1 Second and Fourth Thursday Lieder kranz Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter Cusick Financial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTrcasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tlai Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Williams 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 Eighteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas NooniDIVISION 4iMeets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street i President John H HennessyI Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial Secretary Thomas JILanganTreasurerPatrick Connell1ISergeantatArms Thomas Far rellSentlnelY J McDermott Y 11 I MAOKIN COUNCIL 205IMeats Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken ney Second Vice President Fred Schuler Recording Secretary John R tarry Financial Secretary Will Cassln Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Raymond E Schott Inside SentinellWIlUam Schott Outside Sentinel L E dratzor Executive CommitteeF GAd ams George Slmonls Frank Cellar W A Link Chas Schuler STATEMENT OF TIRE OWNER SHIP MANAGEMENT CIRCULATION ETC OF THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Published weekly at Louisville Ken tucky required by tho Act of August 24 1912 Name of PostOtfico Address Editor William M HiggIns Louis KyAssociate Editor John J Barry Louisville Ky Publisher The Kentucky Irish Amer lean Company Louisville Ky Owners tit a corporation giveI names and addresses of stockhold ers holding 1 per cent or more 0Itotal amount of stock William ai Higgins Xonlsvllle Ky John J Barry Louisville Ky Mary H Higgins iLoulsvllle Ky Known bondholders mSrtgagees and other security holders holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds mortgages or other securities None KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN CO WOLWAM M HIGGINS Sworn to and subscribed before me this first day of October 1914 HERMAN V CORN N P J C Ky Commission expires Jan 16 1916 do BlaoJc gloves rare more tre qu Htly 1MJicthan formerly G d TRINITY COUNCIL PROTESTS Members of Trinity Council Y M I listened Monday evening while the HeartlRetreatdelivered a lecture Upon the TrinityI Mexican situation Father a member of the PasBlonlat Order which has three convents in Mexico and is therefore In position to impart Information firsthand which never finds its way into our dailies The members were dumbfounded to learn of the outrages that were be ing heaped upon the priests and nuns In this civilized age Some of the clergy of his order escaped with nothing but the clothes upon their backs and pre now located in their monaatrlea in various parts of our country and within a few days they clergyInburg Road He also related that their convents were locked and the keys in possession of Mexican civil authoritiesIA number of priests and nuns have been able to get only as far as Vera Cruz which is still under the protection of the flag of our coun try but being without means are not able to come back to this coun try and there Is no telling what is In store for these poor unfortunates when our troops are withdrawn It13 understood appeals have been made for a vessel to transport these religious a short distance across the Gulf to Texas but without avail al though our Government has sent ves sels and about four hundred thou bringhomeplight was no comparison with those poor unfortunates In Mexico Trinity Council went on record protesting against the attitude of backIngVilla who are antiCatholic in every sense of the word and for the fail ure of providing transportation to those at Vera Cruz Father Brady also spoke of the tardiness of our officials and law publications publications the use of our mails and recalled the fact that the malls have been forbidden such sheets by the Canadian Government and In dicated that similar steps should be token In this country- A committee consisting of Father Brady Benedict Elder and V K Ecker was appointed to draft suit able rcsolutlodns to be forwadred to the President our Senators and Con gressmen pertaining to the above subjects The members were also urged to write Individual letters of protestOne member was obligated at the meeting and several applications were received A Joint initiation will be held at Trinity November 16 with Mackin and Unity Councils K C IN NEW ALBANY I The Knights of Columbus In New Albany observed Columbus day Monday evening with an entertainment In Holy Trinity Hall There was a large audience which enjoyed the musical selections and an ad dress by Vincent McAteer on the Alms and Purposes of the Knights of Columbus NEW SECRETARY OF STATE Cardinal Pietro Gaspard has been selected by the Pope to fill the po sition of Secretary of State made vacant by the death of Cardinal Fer rataCardinal Gasparrl was born just outside of Rome In 1852 and was proclaimed a cardinal In 1907 He enjoyed a high reputation among the canonists of the church and was the author of the new code of canon law to which he devoted much thought and labor At one time he was Secretary of State for extraordinary ecclesiastical affairs an office which is a subdi vision of the papal secretaryship Cardinal Gasparrl had been for years the Popes companion In the department of the Secretry of State when Cardinal Rampolla held that office TRINITY COUNCIL ACTIVE Trinity Council Y M I gave a dance Thursday evening On Octo ber 21 and 22 the annual fall euchre and lotto party will be held at the clubhouse Baxter and Morton ave nues Dr Caspar will give a talk on Cancer to the members on November 16- MISSION AT SACRED HEART The mission by the Passlonist fathers opened In Sacred Heart church last Sunday has been well at tended and will continue until Sun day October 25 This week Is for women next week for men LOTTO AND CAKE SALE The Young Ladles Sodality of St Anns church at Seventh street and Daviess avenue will conduct a euchre and lotto party and cake sale In the school hall adjoining the church on the afternoon and evening of Friday October 16 Refreshments will be served and handsome prizes will be offered FEATURE RACE TODAY Today is getaway day at Churc hill Downs the feature race of which will be the St Leger stakes a twomile and a quarter event with some ot the best horses in the country entered Despite the Inclem ent weather of tho past several days the attendance has been un usually good and the racing high class GRAND BAZAR The young Ladles Sodality of St Patricks church at Thirteenth and Market streets will give a grand bazar 1n the school hall on the church premises on October 30 and 31Even broadtail cloth coats have the enormously wide girdle The military coat has mlllSry braiding and larrelbuttons Children are wearing striped skirts with solid color jackets Some of the serge dresses have oape collars and tunWskirtsW- n l I 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Niw Muld onMonumlt Ge s MAlL THIS KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN COUPON FACTORYwpFy 0Jq ao V41 Gentlemen- lLoaivine Ky o pnrekeaeSero0 q T pals yoarPlano Pisaorand WormaUoa Planos sad 7er 4fCi xranr 5puN t u1u1YNH lAdelres 4IW 1I a THE FAc11ORY PRICE IS TIlE LOWB8T PRICE ALW4IYS fft Xu r i v 21 UCKY IIi1 X At1StI RICANo I What the Club Plan IsssI And What It Means to You 1 The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons whoosh to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you Join this Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchaseD for Joining for Instance Tho membership fee on a 2500 purchase would be 75c 14Cj U Tho membership too on n 5000 purchase would bo 150 J wouldTof course bo In proportion You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For Instance on a 2500 purchase you 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 When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are purchased at our cash prices whether special or regularyou will more clearly see that our membership fee Is nothing In comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time paymentBjafjaiJ 3 IUHNITUUE CAIUETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AM OTIIER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB PLAY Any further Information regarding the Club Plan will be cheerfully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor BACDN o ON INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons IIIIII I ZI II I I I J I t 141 II t I Jo1oI 11111 1111 IIlr- INStO NN H fan FOR GOODNESS SAKE rIc I I I uY 3- i MOTIIERSBREAD I I i Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the SouthII o t I J l 34- Ia J 3 I Wh tjpyDay Mtto You l Do you spend carelessly thinking only of the next pay en velope to come An account with this Safe Conservative GOYcar Bank will tho leaks It will make one mindful of tIle little ex bponditnres and more careful of tho largo ones ith11tonoy In bank on Pay Day tIle desire to see It grow larger urges you to add to it right straight along Wo give you safety and 3 per cent on time and savings accountsGERMAN INSURANCE BANK Under the Big ClockSecond and Market j StateGovernment Supervision + tiHM i 4IiItHIIIIII S IIII J IIIIMHMII4rI I 1 1+3f Zhi1t- e S For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest admy terms the best 4 JAMES GREENE I 425 427 and 429 East Market Street WE WANT YOUR WORK U Were Prepared to Do It Promptly and in FirstClass Style r PRINTINGCards Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 iX KENTUCKY IRISHI AMERICAN 1310 WIDtt6i GRG N f31CR1DYf- 1NtNrN J ++ 1 oJ H + 10 + + Jut 101 + + + + + + + + + i + + + + ++o t FRANK A OHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES- You f Can Make a Square Meal of Our Round Steak aft Pitwig HNa MN Mis2S2 900 FrMkH p Street t- e n S Churchill Downs===Fall Meeting 8 Days Racing SIX HIGH CLASS RACES DAILYFalls City Handicap the opening day feature Twentysix nominations Saturday October 10 the Golden Rod Stakes with great field 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 Doing the Pat WeekGeneral- News Notes Denny Crowley made quite a nice little address at the county conven tionIn the opinion of many the county convention was the most successful in years The Hibernian Social Club expects that its cooriblnatlon book plan will materially aid the building fundAt the County Board meeting twentytwo members of Division 3 of Rome N Y were given the third degreeNational President McLoughlin hone of the Vice Presidents of the American Federation of Catholic Societies Willlni P McDonogh of Division 4 was given a rising vote of thanks for the donation of two trunks the degree team uniforms forII Cardinal Gibbons has given his cordial endorsement to the plan of the Ladles Auxiliary to erect a memorial In honor of the Nun of the Battlefield The Ladles Auxiliary was ably represented by Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly at the Catholic Federation convention at Baltimore Her ad dress replete with Irish national sentiment stirred the delegates to great applause RECENT DEATHS George Gast fiftysix years bt Gast Croft 8 Co died Monday morning Funeral from St Marys church Wednesday morning ail Interment In St Louis cemetery Mr and Mrs Michael Welsh 1203 West St Catherine street mourn tic death of their son John Michael Welsh aged eighteen months Wed nesday of last week Interment in St Louis cemetery Friday Miss Jennie L Shaughnessy twen tytwo years daughter of Thomas and Jane Shaughnessy died Tuesday afternoon at the residence 408 North Twentyeighth street Fu neral from St Cecilias church Friday morning Mrs Bridget Duffy Moran fifty seven years of age widow of Michael C Moran died at her home 1731 Bonnycastle avenue last Thursday The funeral was from Sacred Heart church and the burial in St Louis cemetery Friday morning Mrs Elizabeth Michael ninety years widow of Christopher Michael at the residence of her son Fred Michael 810 West Market Funeral from St Marys church Wednesday morning burial In St Michaels cem etery Is survived by three sons Henry Benjamin and Fred Michael ind four daughters Mrs J H Hinkebeln Mrs Anna Thoben Mrs A Bohlsen and Mrs Joseph Blocher The funeral of William Hennessy Jr son of Mr and Mrs William P Hennessy of 2119 First street took place from St Louis Bertrands church last Saturday morning at 10 oclock and about fifty altar boys of that church assisted at the mass the dead boy being an associate of theirs and he was burled In the tussock and surplice of their ranks The parents have the sympathy of their many friends in their hour of trouble Thomas B Howard seventyseven years of age died of double pneumonia Thursday afternoon at the home of his son Frederick Howard 993 Dupuy street He formerly conducted a hardware store In Brandenburg Ky but came to this city about six years ago and engaged in business with his son at Preston and Ormsby Mrs Edward Yaekel of Brandenburg is a daughter The funeral was from Holy Trinity church Saturday morning with burial in St Louis cemetery Mrs Rosamunda Brohm seventy years wife of Constantine Brohm died Monday evening at the home of her daughter Mrs J M Young near Jeffersontown She had resid ed in this county over fifty years She Is survived by her husband six children Mrs J M Young Julius and Frank Brohm Mrs John Fegen bush Mrs Peter Zoeller and Mrs Charles Schmitt thirty grandchil den and seven great grandchildren Funeral from St Edwards church Wednesday with burial In St Louis cemetery H Bernard Haming sixtyeight years retired grocer died at his home 1069 Preston street Tuesday I He was a member of the Catholic IClients of America He Is sur Ived by his wife and five daughters Mro William Mayer Misses Lula Helen Theresa and Theo Haming and a son Lawrence Haming The ReV Father Reverman pastor of St dwards church Jeffersontown is a nephew Funeral Thursday from St aulg church with burial In St Ilchaels cemetery FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours A1raUonwJl1 begin with high mass In SL Philip NerlchurchSunda11nornlng1heputor ill be assisted by clergy from ether trahaL J tJ1JIEjj 4 1bNiG T To Relieve Suffering Humanity I8 Louisville Ky October 1912 lines about six rears I did not know that a good nights rest was I would nttre worn out my homo cares were fen heavy and had Thisnthoughttnea- rh boulder the burden drove me franUo and my health wa breaking down but at this writing I found Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic and now feel that I am myself again That oppressive feeling on my brain disappeared like magic after the first dose of the Tonto and retrolhlnlr sleep returned and also my health for which I hope that God will spare the Tonlo long to relieve autfer1ng humanityMrs McMahon Mr F Holts of Reamstown Pa says that Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic helped him a great deal from sleeplessness which troubled him since the last two or three yean A Valuable Book on Nervous Diseases and a Simple FREE bottle to any addrew Poor pr ttentt also get the medicine free Prepared by REV FATHER KoENlO- of Part Wayne Ind zinc 1876 and DOW by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago ilLi62 W Lake Strait near Dearborn Bold by DrnMlita at SlperbottU 6 for So Loge size 5175i 6 Bottli for 99 AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic iSis tory of America By James A Rooney LL D October 18 1905 Catholic Church Extension Society In the United States organized In Archbishop James Edward Qulgleys res- Idence Chicago chartered December 25 1905 made a canonical Institution by Plus X Juno 9 1910 October 19 175Death from cholera at Lahore In the Pun Jaub in his seventyslxth year oJ Dr Henry James Anderson of New York convert Knight of St Gregory eminent scientist first President of the Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society In New York born In New York February C 1799 October 20 1889 The Right Rev Otto Zardettl consecrated first Bishop of St Cloud Minn re signed In February 1894 and Vas transferred to Bucharest Roumanla as Archbishop died In Rome May 9 1902 October 22 1833 Tertiary Sisters of Mount Carmel on the Invita tion of Bishop Leo de Neckere C M established convent and school In New Orleans October 23 1913Death of the Right Rev William John Kenny third Bishop of St Augustine Fla in St Josephs I Hospital Baltimore while on his way to attend the American Missionary Congress in Boston born at Delhi N Y October 9 1853 or dained January 15 1879 come crated May 18 1902rOctober 24 1847The Right Rev John Stephen Bazln consecrated third Bishop of Vlncennes Ind now Indianapolis born at Duerne France October 15 1796 ordained July 221822 while Vicar General of Mobile In troduced the Jesuits for Spring Hill College and the Christian Brothers died April 23 1848 ltI EN S 115 SUITS AND OVERCOA1S With a 25 Look Six lines of suits six lines of over coats including BalmacaansPurewool hand tailored go- odsLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET Mrs Katherine D Davis Commie loaer of Charities In NewiYork- hdeoil1td to abolish the striped Plion uniform In all the instttu Uon8 under her jurisdiction rrt t 1OctI I 1 1 of She IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From exchanges White gloves were presented to Judge Browne at Manorhamllton Quarter Sessions The death took place at his res idence Klllough County Down of Charles Russell Kelly The death took place at the Pre sentation Convent Waterford of Sister Mary Alphonsus Ryan De ceased was sixtysix and a native of ThurlesThe crops in the Trim district are well above the average Wheat fis exceptionally good while the oats yield is little under the average Potatoes are excellent and free from disease P V Boland St Jarlafhs College Tuam son of Patrick Boland Castlebar carried off first prize in the middle grade intermediate ex amination Healso won a prize for Greek composition The National Volunteers of the First Battalion Derry were pre seated with colors by F J Bigger who said that as Ulstermen they were determined that Ulster must be part of Ireland The Rev T ONeill was elected Chairman of the Baltinglass Old Age Pensions SubCommittee at a meet ing in the Court House Baltinglass The Reverend Chairman thanked the committee for electing him The death is announced of Mother Mary Clare Convent of Mercy Cahir Deceased was attached to the order for over twentyfive years and was daughter of the late Charles Hogan Athassel House Golden The National Volunteer movement has certainly come to stay In Ros common town and district and iri the route marches hundreds of fine young men take part The drills are well attended and the men have a passion for the soldiers trade Kate Tague aged fourteen years daughter of James Tague who lived In a laborers cottage near Abbey shrub was playing In the garden leaping over small cocks of hay when she fell and a hayfork pene trated her chest She died Imme diately Dingle was recently the scene of a great Volunteer muster corps from all over West Kerry and Caherclveen assembling The march of the combined corps through the town was a most imposing one In most instances drilling was carries on in Irish Daniel McSweeney Llstowel has been arrested by the police at Klllarney for distributing pamphlets enumerating Englands crimes in Ireland and warning young Irish men not to enlist The case will come up for hearing at the Klllarney Petty Sessions The Very Rev W J Canon Walsh of Lismore having been made Dean of the Chapter of the Diocese of Waterford and Lismore the cere monies associated with his institution to the high office were per formed by the Most Rev Dr Sheehan at St Marys church Bally saggart Dr P C Gorham has been pre sented with a purse of 105 sovereigns by the people of Cllfden In appreciation of his services as medIcal officer for the Union ex tending over a period of thirty years The Right Rev Mgr Mc Alpine made the presentation and spoke very highly of the doctor A complaint was made at the meeting of the Limerick Corporation Committee of the damage done to the Treaty Stone A deputation of Thomond Gate residents attended and the meeting was informed that it was the practice to hack off pieces of stone as souvenirs for friends abroad or for sale to visitors It was agreed to have a report from the City Engineer as to the best course to be adopted to preserve the memorial COUNCIL PRESIDENTS DEATH Frank Bocard President of the Floyd County Council died in St Edwards Hospital New Albany at 1 oclock Monday morning after a weeks Illness of nephritis He was fifty years old and a native of Harrison county removing to New Albany twentyfive years ago Ten years ago ho was elected to the County Council and later chosen President Besides his wife he is survived by six childrenDennis Oliver Charles and Fred Bocard Miss Frances Bocard and Mrs E F tlettlger all of New Albany and two sisters Mrs Samuel Davis of Johnson City Kan and Mrs Sophia Colin of Harrison county The funeral was from Holy Trinity church BUT IT RAINED The lotto of the Young Ladles Sodality for St Ceclltaa schools Wednesday evening while enjoyable anda success was marred by the rain which prevented the attendance expected The feature was the number and + variety of the prizes nost of then the handiwork of the young ladles and were beautiful and iseful The young ladles worked hard for weeks and deserved a greater success but it rained just at the wrong time The lotto was a l ceeea so far as their efforts and man iement but the rain well It nay not rain next time I t I IIIII t t I III S 1 st 1II1IIII IIIII III IIIII III HERMAN STRAUS t SONS CAveNue INCORPORA1 D MARKET SWEET ttrOURT Latest Fall Styles 44INCH t RIPPLE CLOTH X100 SPECIAL SALE O- FAXMINSTER RUGS All the New Pall Styles See them We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates II II I I t t tt S S 1 I I 1 I i I I I I S J I I lEE 1 Hul + I 11 I I 111 I 1 10 OCfVVtftf Four French Gray Enamel Stew Pans CONSECUTIVE SIZES 8 65cDeliciousspeclInducement JOHN M MULLOY 8n Phone 1321 18 W lARKET STREET iS FURNITUREFor the Bed Room Dining Room and Living Room Large selection good quality and reasonable prices WM F MAYERy Market Bet Fourth and Fifth I WHOLESALE INCORPOR TEDII PHONESOUTH 2Sw CITY 1866 + + 44+ + ++ + GERMAN BANKWe Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS 124 SOUTH FIFTH STREETi BETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET i Pending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market HOONNNNN M NNNO t+r404irrr9s r t rXa0lrP004it DR J T CHAWK VeterinaryInfirmary 713715 SOOTH SEVENTH STREET TifkmsCMk S 2991 Htm City 239 esess se y+ooce 0 H L IAHKON P BAKNON JR LAWRENCE L VBNEMAK tot I Hgr Yin Prisfi Trtic SicriUry P BANNON PIPE CO Sewer and Culvert Pipe Batmens Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Coadaks Wall Coping Praia Tile Titrliei kick Fire Proofing Flee Lining Fire Brick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 57 H786CUM8 MAIN 507 WORKS 13th and Break and Mtgsolls Ave Bet 9tk ad iOtko 1 FiNjn WINES OHAilPAONHS AL K1OLB t 823 West Green StreetMLr- LIQUON l OIAPt f 9-