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WE DO- PRINTING fiRST CUSS WORK Give This OUice Your Next Order 16 24 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS s CATHOLICS I Appeal to the Government to Outrages in Mexico Cite Numerous Atrocities Per petrated by the Revolution ary Leaders Attitude of Catholic Clergy Has Been One of Absolute Neutrality BORNE An appeal to the American Gov ernment and people to protect the Catholic clergy and church in Mexico and demand reparation for outrages already committed was filed with the State Department at Washing ton on Wednesday by a committee of the American Federation of Catholic Societies Two formal documents were submitted one setting forth the position of tho Catholic church In Mexico and the other citing numerous Instances of atrocities perpetrated by revolutionary leaders during the disturbances for the past few years The statements were prepared to supplement verbal rep resentations recently made to Presi dent Wilson and Secretary Bryan by the committee which was appointed by the Baltimore conference of the federation The Rev Richard H Tierney S J of New York the Rev Henry V Cunningham of Boston and John Whalen President of the federation are the members of the committee Describing the political conditions which are de clared to be responsible for the present state of unrest in Mexico the committee asserted the attitude of the Roman Catholic clergy has been one of absolute neutrality striving only to teach the unedu cated classes obedience and respect for constituted authority The revolution which will shortly be I control of the Govern ment in Mexico said the state ment has proclaimed as a neces sary means for the establishment and working out of its programme the suppression of three classes which it considers to be insuperable obstacles to its pur oses the regular army the Roman and the large land holders As far as the Roman Catholic clergy Is concerned they have held no offices nor have they been heard In the councils of the various governments which have ruled the country during f the past fifty years They have re ceived no favor from these govern ments Instead they have patiently borne their oppressive tyranny Nor have they taken part in their over present revolution differs from those that preceded It only in being more radical In the past century the radicals and revolu tionists retained some remembrance of the religious education received In their childhood At least they believed in God and recognized the necessity of religion The present generation of revolutionists are thoroughly imbued with antiChris tian and antispiritual principles They are therefore enemies of all religion and especially the Catholic religion They propose at any cost to uproot the Catholic religion from the hearts of the people Since they can not accomplish this by legitimate means they resort to calumny in order to persecute the church In the person of her ministers and by the destruction of the clergy they hope to effect the destruction of all re priests of all places which have been occupied by the revolu tionists have been expelled in a body and without trial They have been robbed of everything they possessed Many of them have been thrown Into prison Others have been tortured Some have been killed The Bishops have been so threatened and those that have fallen into the hands of the revolutionists have suffered such indignities that all have been compelled either to flee from the country or go into hiding Tfie Cathollc people have been outraged In their most sacred rellgious senti meats The number of profana tions is so great that they would take too long to state in detail Churches have been turned into bar- r In Sehuayo Michoacan eleven priests were threatened with death if they would not pay a ransom The Bishop of Zacatecas was also subjected to ran som but had nothing to give The Catholics freed them from captivity gatheredInrevolutionletsThe statement declared there has been a continuation of outragesi against the Catholic church and1 from the latter partt of the Dlaz regime to the presentl day The activities of Generals Car ranza Villa Obregon Luclo Blanco Rafael Beulma Benjamin Hill and1 other of the leaders It was asserted had been such that It could not be said that the out rages were committed only by thes soldiers and without their know ledge Numerous Instances of al propertyofs properties owned by Catholics and1 of other outrages suffered by churchi dignitaries were cited In one case Qrtbe1 other refugees were lodged three IJ f t d KENTUCKY ISH C VOLUME XXXIIINO LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER fl StoplFurthcr PATIENTLY OPPRESSION Catbollcclergy throwThe ligionThe cksandJitables communicants revolutionary days in a filthy abandoned hotel at Manzanlllo where on the floor be low Oen Obregons troops and officers with their shameless women were quartered In con clusion the appeal says We trust the American people will realize that they are in honor bound to defend us to demand satisfaction for the flagrant violation o the recommendations which were made by them to Carranza and his followers If this be not done then the declaration of the Carranzlstaa will be confirmed that whateven they do is done with the knowledge and approbation of the Washington Government MACKIN IS ACTIVE Mackin Council Is conducting a lively membership contest for the Initiation to be held on Sunday afternoon November 15 for which seven applications were received Monday night Eugene Leet Is pilot Ing the hustlers and John R Barry is handling the reins for the boosters and both teams promised a number of applications for tho coming meeting It was decided to make next Monday night application night and therefore all members are requested to secure all applications they have In view and present them that evening Acting on the sugges tion of the Advisory Committee the council adopted new rules for the different parts of the club house The Gymnasium Committee reported that the gymnasium had again been put In shape and that a meeting had been called for Wednesday night when classes would be formed President Thornton announced that Sunday November 8 had been set as the date for the annual communion for deceased emmbers SACRED HEART RETREAT Just now there is much activity and work for the Passionlst fathers of the Sacred Heart Monastery on the Newburg road Father Cyril has been conductinga retreat and mission for Rev Father Bohlsen at Holy Trinity church St Matthews which will end tomorrow Father Fabian will go to Vincennes Ind W conduct the Forty Hours devotions at the Sacred Heart church there while Father Cletus Brady will soon FortyHoursthroughout the Toledo diocese Last Sunday three young men received the habit of the Passlonist order from Rev Clatus Brady the rector of the Sacred Heart Retreat who was assisted by Rev Father Dente Callagee The ceremony was very solemn and impressive and was wit ftlendsoDthedtJamesWathenrbothrofitbhircltYand John Butler of Chicago Ill MISSIONS END SUNDAY The mission that has been In progress at the Sacred Heart church conductedbymissionaries Fathers Charles Cas sldy and Isadore Dwyer will come lghtThismarked by a splendid attendance every night the results being most Walshthe churchthisFathersBonifacewill also close tomorrow night LAID TO REST thehomeFridayOctober wasbornlivedInoftheThefuneralchurch Monday morning with a FatherCharles esteemedby InLoulsv11lethe wereInterredside those of her brother and sister who had gone before FORTY HOURS i willbeginCharlesBorromeo untltTuesdayr ofprieststhrongedatI bebeautifullyshould be fruitful in blessings for every member Qf the parish EUCHRE AND OYSTER SUPPER A large attendance is expected1 evenIngoystersupperMichaelsHallthoCommitteesecured many valuable prizes to dls wUlbe1 andthestantlal meal to those who attend ROOM FOR MORE StLawrencdr rboysf afeworthyw cellent institution Brother Plus arworkinge s elothtare always helpful and much appreciated f lql i CHAPLAINS The Navy Department Ilccclves Many Applications For Ap fpolntments Circular For Information ofi Those Desiring to Enter v The Corps j Total Number Not to Exceed One For Twelve Hundred and Fifty Mon ARE FROM ALL DENOMINATION- With the proposed Increase in the number of chaplains of the United States Navy from Its present num ber of twentyfour to approximately fiftytwo many applications for designation for appointment are be ins received at the Navy Depart ment from all parts of the United States and from representatives of alldenominationsThere six chaplains of the Catholic faith in the navy and should the Catholic church get its full quota based on its enlisted per sonnel of that faith the number will be greatly increased It is a noticeable fact of record that there is not t Catholic chaplain on the retired list of the United States navy while the army Is credited with six who have been retired either on account of having reached the compulsory age limit of sixtyfour or for disability Incurred In line of duty The Bureau of Navigation Navy Department has just issued a cir cular for the information of persons desiring to enter the Chaplain Corps and It provides the follow IngFirstUnder the provisions of an act of Congress approved June 35 1914 the Secretary of the Navy is authorized to appoint such number of acting chaplains as to make the total number of chaplains and acting chaplains in the navy not to exceed one to each 1250 of the total per sonnel of the Navy and Marine Corps i Second Acting chaplains will have the rank pay and allowances of a Lieutenant junior grade in the navy The pay is 2OQOa year with 10 per centraddlidnall f r1jeal duty The allowances are three rooms for quarters with a corre andheatThirdAppointments as acting chaplains will be made after such examination as mat be prescribed by the Secretary of the Navy who has the authority to revoke an appoint ment at any time FourthAfter three years sea jervlce on board ship an acting chaplain may if found qualified by examination as to his physical men tal moral and professional fitness be commissioned a chaplain with the rank of Lieutenant Junior gradeFifthAfter completing four years service In the grade of Lieu tenant junior grade chaplain after passing examination will be promoted to the grade of Lleuten ant and after four years in that grade to the grade of Lieutenant Commander and thereafter to the grade of Commander and Captain as vacancies occur SixthA candidate for appoint ment as acting chaplain must be a citizen of the United States and should be between the ages of twentyone and twentysix years and must furnish certificate to that effect must be well educated and tf regularly ordained minister of good standing in his particular denomina tion and in his community must be physically sound In every respect and pass a physical examination before a board of medical officers of the navy He must show by testimonials his capabilities to gain the conflj dence and esteem of young men and to become a leader among them HAD GLADSOME DAYfc l Last Sunday the degree team andIa of twentysix voices of the Ladles Auxiliary A O H of this city went to New Albany to confer the degrees of the order on a class of eighty candidates for the Indiana auxiliary The Initiation was held artisticallybanners of red white and blue and a profusion of Irish flags The stage was beautifully decorated with palms ferns and cut flowers while a large picture df St Brlgld adorned the center Occupying seats on the stage wore the Indiana State officers ofIndianapolisette Mrs Young County President Mrs Davis Division President and Mrs Flaherty of Jeffersonville sumptuousbanquet presentMissCOdyCountrPrcsldent called upon Rev Father Charles asplendidofficers of Catholic societies and gave much encouragement to the ladles Ron Father Wicks dwelt upon the Influence of Catholic womanhood theLadiesj Mary Corcoran hart for her subject the history of the order and lta alms and was frequently applauded After remarks by Misses Bertha King and Catherine Nolan of Louisville Mrs Clark of Indianapolis sand ItfraL 4 r t COMING EVENTS October 28Euchre lotto and oyster supper St Michaels Hall 220 Brook street October 3031Bazar under auspices of Young Ladies Sodality of II hallIot I FallsII November 10Euchre and lotto I StIa noon and evening November 10 November 1415 Euchre and llotto Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hos pital November 1718Autumn festival of St James church in parish hall November 20Euchre and lotto St Louis Bertrands church afternoon and evening November 25Euchre and lotto by Division 3 A O H at Heptasoph Hallsooeeese eoaseoeoeeeosoSEvans of Lafayette a musical pro gramme was rendered by excellent talent of the New Albany auxiliary two numbers The Winds of Wick low and Bttie of Fontenoy be Ing especially pleasing The happy day came to a dose at 9 oclock in the evening when the Kentucky ladles departed for home carrying with them fond recollections of the gracious reception of their Now Albany sisters j RECENT DEATHS The funeral oj Mrs Anna Sandl ford was held Thursday afternoon from St Patricks church attended by many mourning friends The de ceased had been a sufferer from tuberculosis for some time but death came suddenly and despite loving care and attention Her husband Arthur Sandlford 1811 Tyler avenue and six children survive and to them is extended heartfelt sym pathy Edward Welntepper thirtyeight years of age and well known in the eastern part of the city died Wednesday morning after a short Illness at his home 415 South Jack eon street Surviving him are his mother Mrs Rose Welntepper a brother Joseph Weintepper and three sisters Misses Lena and Mamie Welntepper and Mrs Elizabeth Sangman The funeral was con ducted Friday morning from St Boniface church- Announcement of the death of William Gat to son of Mrs Larry Gatto early Wednesday morning came as a shock to his legion of friends throughout the city Only a week before he was stricken with lsNre4cOv thedeathLarryGattothe Gatto cafe at 329 West Jeffer son street and in business and social circles he was held In high esteem Besides his mother he leaves two brothers Arthur and Larry Gatto Jr The funeral was heM from the Cathedral of which the deceased had been a lifelong and exemplary mem ber To tho bereaved mother is tendered the sympathy of the community t A well spent and useful life ended Monday afternoon when Mrs Tekla Schrader aged seventysix years was called to her heavenly reward Coming to this country from Ger hadbeenwon the love and esteem of all who knew her She was the wife of Frank Schrader a retired grocer mother of B H Schrader Secretary CompanyFrankRuff and Mrs Henry Boswell Be sides these she is survived by eight grandchildren The funeral was StMaryGausepohl celebrating the high mass pf requiem find paying tribute to the ChristianlifeIltliVlKJtS IMClKSl J10AUUK1 Cardinal Farley has conferred the title of Monsignor on Father Luke J Evers rector of St Andrews YorkCltyandprinters and newspaper men In the metropolis The elevation of Father tohisamongthefqrwhose 230Heand It was largely due to his work PopePius beforehoalsobeenLeoXIIIENJOYED LUNCHEON CharlesHillmembers of the Uniform Rank C K MartlnsHallwhichCaptsoelabUlty transactedbeingarrangementsfor SEHR MOm The engagement has beenan DrCarewidelytutsni11ee Moirandvllle City Hospital until his removal to Chicago where he IB one of the heads at St Lukes Hospital The date for their inarrlage has not yet been set v h i I DEMOCRATS Preparing to Close Campaign With Speaking in Each County Roosevelt Deserts Local Bull Moosers in Their Hour of Need Ben lung Looming Up as Stron Candidate For Board of Education JUNIOR ORDER CONSPICUOUS The Democratic State Campaign Committee is preparing to wind up the campaign in a blaze of glory so to speak and to this end have and ranged to send a special train into eevry county in the State next week with Senators Ollie James and Johnson Camden Gov McCreary Lieut Gov McDermott exGov Beckham and the Congressman from each district the latter to speak in their respective districts State Campaign Chairman Tom Rhea as father of this plan states that it is done to1 arouse the Democratic voters to the necessity of coming to the polls and vote believing that many Democrats are so confident of victory that they will not trouble to come out and It this state of affairs was prevalent all over the success of the ticket would be doubtful- Confidence In President Wilsons patriotism and judgment especially at this critical time is the keynote of the strength of the Democratic nominees in all parts of the coun rlgnthereof all parties wanting nothing done that will obstruct the policies or platform of the present national adj ministration Deserted by their leading apostle Teddy Roosevelt the Progressive cause is slipping n ightily these days and the disappointment of the local leaders is mighty keen over the failure of Teddy to come and help Inject some life into their dying campaign The only consolation they received from their invitation was that he echoed their cry of lastmunicipalelectionfnI a matter of the keenest regret tome that I am not able to go to Ken tucky to speak for the Progressive I ticket I especially regret tins In c view of the fact that there seems to be no question that the Progressives won the victory In Louisville last year and were deliberately cheated out of it the Republicans joining with the Democrats in this action and thereby putting the Democratic t ring in control of the municipal governmentThe shows Teddy to be d pretty wise politician when he attempts to comfort the disgruntled c Bull Moosers here by salving them In regard to being cheated but does I not state that he receives this Information from these selfsame 4 castoffs from the old parties who1 are still out in the cold cruel world sorrowing over the fact that they lasttallsnap As an indication of the passing of the Progressive party the straw votes being taken by the New York Herald show the Bull Moose party a bad third In every locality I and to check the drift Roosevelt is grabbing at straws like a drowning man one day being an advocate of prohibition the next of woman suffrage and so on but the drift away still goes on Right here in Louisville the Progressive opposition to Congressman Sherleys election is very feeble and he only question In the minds orIpolitical critics is who will get the place Roy Wilholt the Republican nominee or Charles Gardner the Progressive candidate neither of whom have the remotest idea of winning but both are fighting for their partys supremacy in this die tract and it is expected that ext Gov WHlsons strength will go a Republicana contender in Louisville politics As foretold In these columns an other Peoples ticket for the Board of Education was entered thisI past week the three running together as a unit and will only be separated on the ballot They aref Fred W Seibert a carpenter of 811i Vine street Dr J Hunter Peak of 222 East Oak street and Dr Z AI Crutcher of 2615 West Walnub street By a strange coincidence alt are prominent in the ranks of the Junior Order of United American1 Mechanics which information Is fur nished for the Louisville Herald which professes to be utterly at seal In discovering what support Is bei hind the Peoples ticket Dr A Be Weaver and Edward Gottschalk two oftho other candidates are also affiliated with this organization but It Is rumored that they are not re ceiving the united support of many of their brother members this year while another rumor Is to tie effect that the five candidates are in the field with the stile purpose of defeat ing Dr Bloom the Good Govern boplagsecure all three places pq the Board of Education The seventh candi Klingwhofactiopandpledging their support as the average voter will have more filth the performances of a man in of Iin who will take his seat withoutt bound In any way to oblige any set of men or clique who expect something for their support Mr IKlings strength is growing dally and it would not surprise many to see him receive the largest vote of any of the contestants although running singlehanded against the field EVANGELIST IMPRESSED Thirtyfive thousand four hundred and thirtytwo men marched in the Holy Name parade at Scranton and Billy Sunday the Protestant evan gelist who is now holding revival meetings throughout the country ScrantongTimes rapping religious bigotry and speaking of the tremendous moral force such a demonstration as this procession was His greeting fol lowsII It is tf tremendous moral effect upon a community and the nation to see thousands of men marching the street as a protest against blaspheming God by taking his name In vain I am glad the day has come when the attitude of the Catholics against Protestants and Protestants against Catholics Is not ruled by a spirit of bigotry and re everybodyInScrantonThe on the day following the parade had a commendation of this act of reverence as its leading editorial paying this tribute to the baseball evangelist This message of good will and approbation from a Protestant evangelist In reference to a Catholic demonstration is only a further instance of the many recent proofs of a better and more tolerant feeling among people of different religious faiths Right here it is but fair to say that the visit of Billy Sunday to Scranton had much to do with thd promotion of this better feeling The situation In this regard was much better at the end of his seven weeks campaign than at the begin ning ASHLAND At a well attended meeting Tues day night at Ashland the Hibernians of Boyd county elected their county officers for the ensuing two years When the President announced that nominations for County President were In order Thomas Howard Sr arose and thanked the members for the honors done him in the past and begged that his name be not put before the convention saying that of the forty years he has been a Hibernian he has served twentyfour of them as County President and toturnsmembers which met with theap proval of President J B Burdlss and all present Following are the county officers elected ChaplainRev N N Gosselin President M J Ryan Recording Secretary j J ONeil Financial SecretarYM Holmes TreasurerJohn Mulligan After the election enthusiastic talks were made by thenew officers Thomas Howard Sr J B Burdlss Sr and State Treasurer Thomas M Howard Jr each and every moon ber pledging to secure a new candi date by next year so as to make 1915 a banner year for Hibernian Ism in old Boyd county CIIURCII WILFULLY BURNED Fire which wrecked St Charles Borromeo church In Chicago last Monday Is pronounced by the police to have been of Incendiary origin The police also are planning to re open an investigation into a fire October 12 which started In somewhat similar circumstances St Charles Borromeos church has been closed for several months The blaze started in the interior of the organ and had grown to serious proportions before it was discovered The police in Investigating com mented on the reports from Now York where on October 13 dynamite bombs were exploded In St Pat ricks Cathedral and St Alphonsus church RECOVERY Frank Shlnnlck one of the prom inent young men of Shebyvllle who DaughtersHospital111 with typhoid fever is now con valescent and was able to return to his home on Wednesday BRANCH 11 EUCHRE A euchre and lotto will be given next Wednesday evening at trinity Council Hall under the auspices of St Pauls Branch C K and L of A the games to be called at 815 oclock Many handsome prizes will be awarded STIRRING UP HATRED Gov Osborn of Michigan made aj remarkable address before the De troit Board of Commerce He wad speaking about peace and religious liberty and the blessings of a free government I am sorry that In our day In this country he said there are men we all know who would stir up hatred and strife between Catholic and Protestant I am sorry to find that It is being re fleeted In a great many portions of the United States Now I am not going to make a plea for or a defense of the Catholic church It can take care of Itself But I am going to warn those Protestants who worry themselves Into an antiCatholic framq of mind They will do1 themselves and their country and Protestantism more harm than they Will the Catholic church No one ever does an unjust thing without being made unjust No one ever cherishes hatred embittering his own life l t lS tV 0 WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give This Office YourtNext Order PROTESTS Trinity Council Y M Iu Appeals to President Wilson and Congress Calls Upon Government to Sup Arcs Religious Persecution in Mexico Postal Authorities Urged to Deny Vile Publications Use of Mall f MEETING LARGELY ATTENDED Trinity Council Y M L held a largely attended meeting Monday night at which there was a full and F free discussion of the relations ex isting between the United States and F Mexico The speakers dwelt upon the cruelties Inflicted upon the priests and nuns of Mexico by the Villa forces who were guilty of perpetrating outrages that call for prompt atclon It was also brought out that the authority and power of = the United States were being treated slightingly by the Mexicans and therefore President Wilson and the x United States Government were appealed to to take such steps as a2 would bring peace anl1end the persecution that is daily becoming more threatening By unanimous vote the following was adopted yi copies of which will be forwarded to President Wilson Cabinet members i and Senators and Congressmeno YoungMenslag October 12 1914 adopted the following resolutions towit Whereas Well authenticated reports from Mexico are evidence of the fact that the Catholic church Is a special object of persecution by the countrytheand murdered religious have been exiled and deprived of their prop erty consecrated women have been subjected to the brutal lust of the soldiers all of which has been here tofore more fully brought to the 1 notice of the American Government and + Whereas The Government of the United States has taken the high moral stand of not recognizing anjf government btloilsContlnenCthat- has been Inaugurated by violence and murder and Whereas The outrage of conse crated women and the violation of liberty of conscience are crimes worse than murder therefore be it Resolved That Trinity Council No 230 Young Mens Institute theUnitedMexico any government that does not effectively guarantee liberty of conscience and freedom of worship The abuse of the use of the mails by publications inimical to Catholics and religion was also discussed at considerable length after which action was taken and resolutions adopted calling upon the postal authorities to deny the Menace and like publications further use of the nails These resolutions will also be forwarded to the President and Senators and Congressmen as well as the Postmaster General and are as followsTrinity Council No 230 Young Mens Institute In assembled meet Ing October 12 1914 adopted the following resolutions towit Whereas Notwithstanding re peated protests the use of the malls still granted to obscene and scurrillous publications Injurious to the rights of conscience as guaran teed by the constitution and de structive of sound morality and Whereas These publications are decidedly1 antiCatholic and by their false and indecent attacks on the church are destructive of peace and concord amongst the American cit izens and tend to promote open acts of violence and Whereas The Postal authorities of the Dominion of Canada for these reasons have forbidden the mall to the most notable of these publications namely the Menace therefore be ItResolved That Trinity Council No 230 Young Mens Institute in behalf of its members as Catholics and American citizens energeticallytprotests against the thd United States malls by the Menace and similar publications whose sole purpose Is to attack and villlfy all things Catholic and be it furtherResolved That our Senators and Representatives in the Congress be respectfully urged to take such action as will exclude these publica tions from the malls either by en forcement of existing laws or enact ing such laws as might be necessary Resolved That the Postmaster General be respectfully requested to use his authority to exclude such publications from the malls READY FOR BAZAR The Young Ladles Sodality of St Patricks church have all ark rangements completed for the bazar to be given next Friday and Saturday In the school hall at Thirteenth and Market Nothing has been spared to make this bazar a blg success and many pleading surprises are in store for those who attend The proceeds will be for the building fund of the new model St Pattf ricks parish school and hall being erected by Vicar General Cronlnj finestthist o- Jc E y 1 KENTUOKY XiL IS AlWERIOANi lfiMEftI6fiftlPUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Cafbolicstvetedt Officially Indorwd by Ancient Ordor o HlbenUna Young Mans Institute and CathoHc Knight of America PuYlbfisraIIINTUCUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINQLB COPY 8c Bntrd at tb LealoyIIIs PoatoMlu a onoadGass nuu StAllreelt TRADES UNjoNy COUNCIL i LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 24 1914 WOMAN SUFFRAGE delivered on Rosary In a sermon Sunday In his new Cathedral chapel Archbishop Glennon of St Louis took occasion to answer a document which ho had received the previous evening asking how he stood on the question of woman suffrage His Grace said- I would be In favor of putting back the Virgin Mother with all her modesty her devotion and her sacrifice putting her with all those rights that the church gave her back to the homes of the people of Missouri I am not making any political statement but I am saying what I think would bring to the homes of Missouri some of the joy of that home of Nazareth long ago where Mary In her devotion to the home and the Child has furnished an example Imperishable to the mothers and daughters of Missouri r If all the mothers and daughters would follow the example of the Blessed Virgin there would be not necessity to determine their political position This statement of the dis thekingr Mound City the Catholic Telegraph submits to tube prayerful consideration of Catholic women whom the termagants of female suffrage are trying to seduce to their cause It contains kindly wholesome fatherly advice To the rampant feminists this advice will bo as water on a r ducks back They are perverse obstinate and selfwilled and their conceit makes them esteem their own opinions as paramount to all authority As a rule they are Socialists because the Socialistic support of their cause flatters their pride They are sexhygienists too a and although in the main their graces of face form and disposition have not led to matrimonial alliances they take a prurient de light in dabbling in sex problems Damaged Goods and like Indecent plays are particularly enjoyable to thIs class of female They would hide thus gratification of their lubricity under the guise of social uplift work Theirs is simply a new phase of slumming Upon the feminist of this sort the advice of the hierarchy is wasted It falls upon deaf ears Happily however all women who favor female suffrage are not of this class Some have allowed themselves to be won over because of the Importunities of acquaint ances Others whose domestic and social duties deny them time to study the evil consequences of votes for women have been perk verted to the cause by reading the onesided arguments of the pro suffrage literature scattered broad cast throughout the land These women are sound at heart they want to do right Their souls are wrapt up In the welfare of their Christian homes in benevolence to ward their neighbor They prefer to emulate the modesty of Mary rather than the brazen strutting of tho modern political Jezebels These womenand thank God they are In the vast majoritywill accept the Archbishops advice in the spirit in which It was given a spirit in clined to act in all things for the greater glory of God CLUBS FOR GIRLS Miss Susan W Wendell of Grand Rapids Mich representing the Business Girls Cooperative Clubs at the thirteenth annual convention of the Catholic Federation attracted the attention and interest of the delegates to the splendid organization This club was organized for the purpose of securing positions In the business world for working girls and for the Improvement of their social and business conditions The club has a lady business manager who secures good positions for the girls by being In communication with business firms The club also maintains an educational fund for the benefit of girls eager to improve their earning capabilities by nl course of business training This course as wolf as the club Is en dorsed by the Catholic clergy of Michigan It Is the ambition of the people Interested in the movement enairs ten in every large city This W indeed a practical undertaking that deserves trial and encouragement AFTER ELIoT Dr ni r181WEUoJ Pnwldent Emertiui of Harvard and self onilflt ted adyteer OB all topler out which the people want to academically analyse tie labor unions Judges and condemns them on many distinct and separate Indictments In the last Issue of the Worlds Work the Harvard sage who knows so much that isnt so apodictically declares that labor unions impede the members in the pursuit of happiness because of three policies namely the uniform wage the limitation of Individual output and the surrender of Indi- vIdual liberty Profitsharing and that alone declares he will redeem the world from Industrial slavery To which the Providence Visitor answers that tho eminent doctor Is I as near right in his opinions on labor matters as he Is In his relig ious vagaries There is about as much sense in his suggestions for solution of workingmens problems as there was in his muchheralded religion of the future Limitation of output uniform wage and sur render of individual liberty have no more place in the policies of union men than they have in the ranks of the unorganized In the role of playing the Intellectual buffoon George Bernard Shaw Is perhaps without a peer on earth The difference between this man and Dr Eliot seems to be that the one is conscious with a saving sense of humor that he is playing a part the other takes himself seriously all the time and imagines that the world is doing likewise ATTENTION CALLED There has been a disposition on the part of the dally press to criticise anyone who offered himself as a candidate for the Board of Education independent of those selected by the Good Government representatives and also by the latter but to date there has been no word of criticism for the socalled Peoples ticket which Is com posed of three members of the Junior Order nor was there any concerted effort to withhold Indorsement from Messrs Gottschalk and Weaver although they bolted the Good Gov ernment ticket in 1910 and who also by a strange coincidence if it can ba called ctrange are members of the Junior Order which society not being satisfied with their at tempt to control the Fraternal day celebration which resulted in fail ure are now going to attempt to have none but their members on our School Board AMERICAN OPPORTUNITY John Barrett the Director General of the PanAmerican Union portrays the opportunity of American energy In our new foreign relations with the American epubllcs in an article entitled the PanAmerican Era in a recent issue of thq Saturday Evening Post The influences which are directing public attention to Latin America are the opening of Panama canal the PanAmerican mediation of the Mexican question and the present titanic struggle across the seas The future of the PanAmeri can prosperity is not alone for American capital but the economic situation of the United States will be enhanced to better the labor conditions Moreover the Ideals of our country will be glorified in both hemispheres The article also dlajjels the prevailing Impression that South America is a land of shltlessness of vast barreness and of unprogressive ness Mr Barrett proves that Latin America is a land of big things It is a land not only of big opportuni ties but of big mountains rivers and valleys big cities and enterprises big mines and resources big anen and big history and of big religion The Southern Guardians souv enir Columbian edition of fifty pages does great credit to that excellent Catholic publication Its columns are bright and interesting replete with news and doing much for the removal of bigotry and prejudice Manager Spalding de serves commendation and support for his good work The Catholic Advance issued last week a Knights of Columbus num ber that was Indeed a tribute to that great order It was interesting throughout teeming with reading matter and advertisement Ourcon temporary has our hearty congratu lations Many look forward to Thanksgiv ing day as a day of thanks that the1 football gush Is culled from they papers t The month of Hhe Poor Souls II eloM at load Dont forget then G n rn SQG1ETY 1 I UUiif Miss Sara Slack of Owensboro iIs the guest of her sister Mrs Bert Riley B J Lammers was registered in New York City for several days last week Miss Ethel Conniff has been visit Ing Mrs J F Mooney and family at Bardstown Junction H O Spalding was a Louisville guest last week at the Hoffman House New York City Mrs J K Leahy was In Leitch field last week visiting her daugh ter Mrs W E Leachman Mrs Mary Flannery of Chicago Is the guest of her mother Mrs Theresa Hutt in Jeffersonville Miss Alice Schaulle who has spent the summer in Now Mexico and Colorado is now visiting in Chicago Sylvester Rapier Jr has re turned from a weeks visit to sister Mrs JJ Greenwell at N Haven Miss Edna Mae Welch of Clarks ville Tenn who has been the guest 6f the Misses Keaney left Tuesday for Chicago Miss Margaret Morlarty returned Saturday from a three weeks trip In Indiana and is at her residence 1318 South Brook I Sirs Lucy OConnor who has been in the State of Washington visiting her son returned Saturday to her home on Third street Mrs W V OConnell and Miss Clara Kenney of Newport were here for a weekend visit to Mr and Mrs John P Hanley Crescent Hill Mr and Mrs John T Malone have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Edith Victoria Malone to Thomas E Hogan of StI Louis 4 IMhil1 l Mr and Mrs Frank McGrath went to Bardstown Wednesday to visit their sons James and Edward who are students at St Josephs College Mrs Frank J Flanagan of Mullens W Va has been spending the past week here ail the guest of Mr Flanagans mother Mrs Rose M FlanaganBen the Government Immigration Inspector who has arrive Mrs Sand for a two weeks visit Mr and Mrs G Fred Schneider announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Mary Freda Schnei der to James ilk Scanlon The wedding will take place in November Mr and Mrs C A McNamara and daughters Mary Florence and Alice McNamara of Keokuk Iowa are guests of Mr and Mrs Maurice CoIl JetIereonville His many friends throughout the city and State will be deeply grieved to learn that Martin J Cusick the merchant tailor is criticaly 111 at his home The test report before going stillmuchMr and Mrs William M HiKRlna have returned rr9rBuffal w ri they were called the first of last week by the death of their brother inlaw John J Martin who was Supervising Inspector for the Bell Telephone Company and widely known throughout New York State R Staunton Welch and Miss Min ale Wagner well known and highly respected residents of Wow Albany were united In marriage Tuesday morning at St Marys church Rev Father William Solbertz performing the ceremony Many friends and relatives were present to offer congratulations to the bride and groom One of the prettiest of the fall weddings was that of Miss Olivia K Wels of West Broadway and Walter J Naber formerly of this city but now of New York The marriage ceremony took place at Holy Cross church Tuesday morning Rev Father Brey celebrating the nuptial high mass and pronouncing the words that united the happy couple A large gathering of friends assem bled at the church to witness the ceremony and tender congratula ton The marriage of Charles Walters and Miss Antoinette Schllch will be solemnized with a nuptial mass at 9 oclock Wednesday morning at St Shelbyitvpretty and accomplished daughter of Rudolph Schlich President of the Schllch Engraving Company and the groom is connected with the Stewart Dry Goods Company Following the ceremony they will leave on a wed ding trip to be gone until Novem ber 10 The marriage of Miss Marie Echsner and Norbett Sandmann took place Tuesday morning at St Michaels church Rev Father OConnor officiating and Messrs Paul Echsner and Joseph Sandmann as attendants A wedding breakfast was served at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs John Eohsner of 107 West Jefferson street and a reception was held in the afternoon and evening at Con cordia Hall which was attended by many outoftown guests Tie young couple will go to housekeep ing at Clay and Broadway MOURN HIS DEATH When a good man departs this met l receive his eternal reward the whole community realizes that It has suffered a great Joss This fact was forced upon many minds when the genial and goodhearted T Al Barnett the well known undertaker answered the Masters summons and went to his heavenly rest Al Barnett was widely known and respected and news of his death after a four days illness came as a shock to all who knew him For two years he served as a member of the General Council and since attaining manhood was always active in Cath olic society circles as well as eager to advance the Interests of his nqtlve city Besides his widow Josephine Hoertz Barrett he is survived by his mother Mrs Mary T Barrett and six brothers George Lee Raymond Parnell Walter and Anthony also two sisters Mrs James Hannon and Mlsa Lillian Bar rett The funeral was held Monday morning from St MarYs Magdalen church and was one of the largest ever seen there To the bereaved wife and relatives Is extended the sympathy of friends in all sections of the city t LEXINGTON Rev Father De Waegenaere pas tor of St Pauls church In Lexing VIthtyphpldfever convalescent It int thought he wilt pastoraldntlsser U i F KNIUI1TS OP DOLUJMSI a Ute News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Omaha Knights have organized a bowling league Discovery day was celebrated at Columbus Ohio by tho initiation of eighty new members There is marked activity InWest ern New York where large additions are being made to the membership The Imposing fivestory stone club house of Alhambra Council at Worcester Mass has been dedi catedThe KnightsinPortsmouth Ohio was awarded second prize An elaborate banquet will cele brate the conferring of degrees on three classes tomorrow afternoon at Portland Ore Judge George F Corcoran of York Neb conferred the third de gree upon fifty candidates last Sunday at Denver The Knights of Cortland N Y ushered In Columbus day by a salute of twelve bombs fired from Court House hill Tomorrow there will be a big third degree Initiation at Geneva DeputyLarkinThree thousand Knights witnessed the cornerstone laying of the hand HolyokeMass overtheThe Iowa State Council offers rewards of 25000 for proof of the five general charges against the church and the order that have been pasttwotho160thLancaster Bradley Council of that town won first prize for tho best decorated float in the parade The float represented The Landing of Columbus RETURNS FROM IRELAND Miss Nora Browne has returned from Ireland where she spent the summer months visiting her father and mother and sisters During her stay she traversed the greater part of Ireland and also with a number of friends went to Rome and saw the Holy Father Miss Browne visa Ited Blarney and its famed castle where she secured a piece of the precious Blarney stone which she is exhibiting to her friends She also brought a number of souvenirs from Ireland one for Mrs Dan Mc Kenna being the most beautiful that has left the Emerald Isle for years While her relatives were surprised that she would venture across that ocean during the great war they were delighted to greet her In wonJ derfully improved health bliss Browne says she fared well since she left Kentucky and advises all whd can to take a trip to Ireland PTOOAWA TRIBE SHOW Ptocawa Tribe of Red Men will give H picture show entertainment next Tuesday evening at the Norman Theater Twentyfirst and Portland avenue two performances to be given the first at 630 and the sec ond t8 oclock Special pictures Will be shown IN CONRAD APARTMENT wellIConrad apartment at Twelfth and f t4 l 1 The Democratic Ticket For Senator Long TernlJ C W BEOKIIAM For Senator Short Term JOHNSON N CAMDEN Appellate Court Third District ROLLIN HURT FOR CONGRESS First DIstrIctALDEN WILLIAM MARICLEY 1 Second District DAVID II JQXCIIELOEcThird District ROBERT YOUNG THOMAS Fourth District BEN JOHNSONt Fifth District SWAGAR SIIERLEY Sixth District ARTHUR D ROUSE Seventh District JAMES CAMPBELL CANTRILL Eighth DIstrictIIARVEY HELM Ninth District WILLIAM JASON FIELDS Tenth DistrIctF 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 tho 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 and deserves the unstinted approval of his fellowcountrymen- We indorse the Democratic administration of the affairs of the Federal government an administration cleaving to the lino of party progress and keenly sensitive to the settled will of the coun tryNow York Democratic Declaration l VOTE FOR BEN W KLINGFOR BOARD OF EDUCATION 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Independent I Ticket Teachers and Pupils Were Dls criminated Against in Pub lic Schools Taught Politicians That Catholic Vote Had to Bo Reckoned With BISHOP HU6HES HARD CONTEST By James A Rooney LL D Time was when Catholic teachers as well as Catholic pupils par ticularly in large cities were discriminated against in the public school system of the country when Catholic teachers formed a negligi ble quantity in numbers and Influ ence In that system and when falsehoods about the church and her history misstatements of her doc trine and misinformation about her practices were eo many recommenda tions for text books seeking admission for use in that system Happily a great deal of this has long since been corrected through the educated public sentiment of fair play largely brought home to the public con science through the foundation gradual but certain growth and the present firm establishment of the parochial school system though at an enormous expense willingly borne by the great Catholic body Invitations to Catholic educator to enter the public school system and the expurgation from the text books of matter objectionable to Catholics kept pace with the spread and in fluence of the parochial school sys tem until now the text books con taro little to which Catholics object and Catholic teachers principals lecturers and instructors in the sys tem stand on an equal footing with their associates of other beliefs and of no beliefs and vie with them in numbers and efficiency It Is almost incredible in such a country as ours that this was nob always so Perhaps Catholics have become so used to the present condi thattheyvery long ago Catholic children were compelled to use textbooks in which history was falsified to the prejudice of the church and Catholic teachers were excluded from the schools to such an extent that in 1840 in New York City there were only six Cath ollc teachers out of 100 The Protestant Bible was read and commented on and all this because the control1edjbyuplargelythe Public School Society i This society disbursed about 140000 to the various schools of the city though nominally the Board of Aldermen designated the schools to which the public money should be apportioned None of Iit poortCatholicplied for their share of these public school moneys this Presbyterian Public School Society said no Then they applied to the Board of Alder men and they too refused This took place while Bishop Hughes was absent in Europe When he re turned he assumed personal charge of the matter and drew up a new petition which was presented to the Aldermen To this the sectarians med a remonstrance and there was a two days public hearing in which Bishop Hughes appeared as the champion of his people and spoke in their defense and in favor of the petition But aga q Justice was de nied them meetingsInchurch and in Carroll Hall and ib Legislature was made the object of a campaign of abuse from the Protestant pulpits particularlYthe descended ItsheightorUtepolitical parties were pledged to vote against the Catholics and thepeople were urged to support candle dates opposed to the Catholic demands The Bishop saw that therewas but one thing tot do namely td andthisconventionwhichiBishopurltedthemthehopedemonstratethat 1teachpartiesthatsomethinglaterThe ticket as was expected was defeated but though It was only presented to the people thelCatholics oilItsi successofUlly theystatesman6blp massterstrokeoAexistenceSocietyThisblJliIntroducedWeedandjHorace wasknowntheprovisionsrelayLionprolvldedsloners Inspectors and trustees In each ward to constitute the Board of Education of the City of NeW AssemblYbySo ended Bishop Hughes famoucontest with the Public School So nfentloDJIttotthoughrich and powerful society Itini x LADIESLet Us Make Tear Old Hat Info 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 Louisvlll concern owned and operated by Louisville people Louisville women come to us to get the best work at these extra low prices Our prices 750 and 3100- We have thirty new uptodate Etyles to select from Just think o- titliny old hat whether It be beaver felt or velour we make them into a new hats 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 FRED ERHARTN- ORTON ARCHITECT BUILDING- N W Corner Fourth and Jefferson H BOSSECQSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 610 FECXXX2 AVENGETeleebone IfliV SOCIETY DIRECTORYR Y A O H- DIVISION 1 Second and Fourth Thursday Lleder kranz Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDermott Recording Secretary Walter Cusick Financial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tiai Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice PresldentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurernames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John VP PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon o DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rollSentinelM J McDermott ST M X MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentGeorge J Thornton First Vice President John Ken neySecond Vice President Fred Schiller Recording Secretary John H BarryFinancial SecretaryWill Cassin TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalRaymond E Scnott Inside SentinelWilliam Schott Outside Sentinel L E3 Gratzer Executive CommitteeF Q Adams George Simonis Frank Geller W A Link Chas Schuler the Catholic schools as poor as they were before It also left untouched the fundamental vice of the systems of State instruction education with out religion It also resulted later In inaugurating the systematic foundation of parochial schools foil In 1853 Bishop Hughes called a meeting of all the clergy of Newt York and Brooklyn in the sacristy of the old Cathedral in Mott street In which he called upon all to increase zeal in diffusing true educa tion to every Catholic child inthd city The result is seen today in recently compiled statistics which show that in fortyeight States and the District of Columbia we are supporting 5242 parochial schools In which 1358901 Catholic pupils tare taught their religion in addition to all the branches of the publla school curriculum and at an annual saving to the State of the enormous sum of 55264375 COLLINS FOR CONGRESS Peter W Collins former Secretary of the International Brother hood of Electrical Workers and who attained national prominence as a lecturer against Socialism has been nominated for Congress on the Democratic ticket in the Ninth Massachusetts Congressional dis trict Collins io not alone opposed to wild and inconsiderate doctrines inimical to social welfare but Is an upbullder ora constructive pro= gramme of reform In Congress men with the proper view on social and industrial problems should be able to seoompllBH Bjiwh good i ROSECRANS Of Dutch Ancestry Born li- Pcnnsylvla Son of Early Pioneers of Ohio I Coadjutor to Archbishop Purcell and First Bishop of Columbus Diocese Did Missionary Work Bull Churches Convents School Increasing Growth WAS CONVERT TO THE fAITH By James A Rooney LL D The thirtysixth anniversary of the dedication of the magnificent Cathedral of St Joseph at Coluon bus Ohio occurs on Tuesday October 20 and the next day Wednesday October 21 marks also the thirtysixth anniversary of the almost tragic death from hemor rhage of the lungs of Its founder and builder the first Bishop of Columbus the Right Rev Sylvester Horton Rosecrans that being one of the important dates in our Catholic Chronology for the week His sud den taking off amid the rejoicings of a memorable occasion came as a shock to his beloved people and to the large number of distinguished prelates and priests who had gath ered to take part in the crowning event of his episcopate It was re garded by the citizenship of his city and State regardless of creed as a great public loss for aside from his career as a Bishop they knew and loved him asa nativeborn Ohioan the son of one of their pioneer set tlers the brother of a patriotic and distinguished Union General and as a conspicuous example of every best characteristic to be found in the true American They knew him as a product of one of their favorite colleges and like his soldier brother as a convert to the old faith who by his winning per sonality and his sincere love of his State and diocese had effected a pronounced change in the attitude of nonCatholics toward the church In the early years of the last century emigrants from Maryland and Pennsylvania began to settle In Ohio and among them were Cran dall Rosecrans and his wife Johanna who left the vicinity of Wllkesbarre Pa to find a homo In Licking county Ohio They were of Dutch origin the family coming originally from Amsterdam Holland and the old family name was spelled Rosen krantz They had two sons one William born September 6 1819 who afterward became commander of the Army of the Cumberland In the War of the Rebellion and the other Sylvester born February 5 1827 who afterward became the first Catholic Bishop of Columbus Also all the family were Methodists When it came time to send the boys to college William went to West Point and Sylvester to Kenyon Col lege at Gambler hard by one of the earliest Catholic settlements in Ohio and within the limits of the diocese he was afterward to rule as Bishop William was the first to embrace the faith and he wrote from West Point pthissons and the line of thought that had led him to the truth and lov ingly suggested that ho give to them serious consideration The result was that Sylvester followed his thoughhoIn Kenyon he left It for St Johns College Fordham to study for the priesthood graduating in 1846 while his brother was a professor at the Military Academy Then he went to the Propaganda where In addition to winning his doctors cap he carried off all the dogmatictheologyGregorian muslo He was ordained July 16 1852 by the Cardinal Vicar of Rome and after a term of travel he returned to his native land to begin his lifo work in the diocese of Cincinnati He was successively as BaptistPurcellsor and President of St Marys of the West and President of St Greg crys Seminary until it closed in ofthatple as Bishop of Pompelopolls and Auxiliary to the Patriarch of the West whoso burdens ho manfully shared until the fathers of the second plenary council at Baltimore decided on a second division of the archdiocese of Cincinnati and established the diocese of Columbus He was transferred to the new see on March 3 1868 He found forty priests about the same number of churches and a Catholic population of about 40000 and he threw himself into the work With an apostolic zeal that bore abundant fruit There were few railroads then and his episcopal visitations were made largely by stage wagon or steambpat He built new churches established con vents and schools augmented the ceasinghimselfpriest being confessor of the Sisters of lovedhis the Good Shepherd and the SIs from it He allowed no personal in convenience trouble or suffering to Interfere with his work or disarrange any appointment Promptitude and exactness were among his dis tinguishing traits COVINGTON The Holy Name Society of St Patricks church Covington of which the Rev TJ McCaffrey is1 pastor has taken a move that will doubtless be followed by the numerous other branches of the Holy Name Society It hat decided Itt0 hold a 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1ztlllttU tr4t 4i 4 ii1R OIGOODNESS SAKE EATstafr i MOTHERS BREADM- adeI in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South 1lRWA 4i- r Pl cy= y = = s mt The Last DollarIJIJ j 1m That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a m SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED mJ U twice a year There MAY COME a time whoa your LAST DOLLAR J n must be spent for soraethlmg you DO NEED The SAVING now of the t dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co J IIFifth and Court Place ml rJri i5 44R- II For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADEe My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best i r JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street OF00444404400N 40N4- 4W13 WANTYOUR WORK I Were IIandII IT PRINTINGCards Bill Heads Letter Heads i Circulars Dodgers Etc Invitationsta Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN OlO WISST GREEN i9TI2IDIa r- iiNOa I r +++ tootH 4 ++++3l3d + Ht A3 i433 F34 + ++ UHt1 33 +E FRANK A OHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES You Can Make a Square Meal o Our Round Steak CitJII urea IItIM iPtNM 1MJ5252 k 900 fiankljh Street t4pp ht1+ n HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pat WeckOeneral- News Notes Denver Hibernians will start their I membership campaign with a social dance next Wednesday night Division 2 of San Francisco the oldest In California will celebratE its fortysixth anniversary tonight I Glowing reports of progress during the past two years were made at the county convention at Butte MontRight Rev Denis OConnell Bishop of Richmond will serve as National Chaplain for the next two yearsThe Ancient Order arid Ladles Auxiliary of South Bend Ind havd planned a Joint Initiation for toJ morrowII With Mary Corcoran for County President the Ladles Auxiliary will prosper and grow during the next I two years Division 7 of Syracuse has started a winter series of fortyfive games for the entertainment of its members and visitors South Bend Hibernians held a i largely attended reception in honor of State Secretary John Y Hayes who was recently elected Division 4 will meet Monday night and all members should attend Members from other divisions are always welcomed when they visit this division i Over 100 delegates were present at the county convention of the San Francisco Ladles Auxiliary The order there was reported In pros perous condition The New Albany Ladles Auxiliary initiated a large class last Sunday afternoon followed by a largely at tended and enjoyable social session in Holy Trinity Hall There has been a decided increase in membership in both divisions and auxiliaries at Johnston Pa as shown by reports submitted at the Cambria county convention M J Egan was reelected County President at the county convention held at Richmond Ind He has held the office for a number of years and is popular throughout the order Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly National President of the Ladles Auxiliary has been visiting the divisions of New York State where open meet Ings were held and many new them bers secured Division 7 of Buffalo is receiving many applications from All Saints parish Fathers Ward Dealy Dolan and Airey addressed a recent meet1 ing which was pervaded by a spirit of genuine and earnest helpfulness Division 3 meets Monday night when the officers hope to see a large gathering present There will be important business in which every member is interested DIvis- Ion 3 has been making great progress and Its new home will atj tract many new members this fall The Ladles Auxiliary biennial county convention held at Prov idence R I expressed disapproval of the wave of bigotry now flooding thecountry and voted that a letter of protest be sent Postmaster Gene eral Burleson condemning the usd of the malls for he distribution of such obscene Immoral and slab derous papers as the Menace Peril and Yellow Jacket- BERTRAND SOCIAL CLUB The Young Mens Social Club have moved into the quarters furnished by St Louis Bertrands church and are now known as the Bertrand Social Club which is expected to be the nucleus of a large parish organiza tion for boys and young men with the hope of equipping a gymnasium and organizing a basket ball team baseball team track team etc and with a large membership the Initiation fee and dues will be placed at a low figure until all of the young men and boys in the parish will become eligible A large membership would be sure to develop much ath letic talent and with Increased num bers would make the equipping of a gymnasium a certainty in addition to proving a good substitute for the Y M C A which many of our Catholic young men are now forced to Join An exhibition basketball game will be played next Tuesday evening and an admission fee of ten cents charged LADIES AUXILIARY A large attendance responded fo the notices sent out by the Secretary for the county convention of the Ladles Auxiliary A 0 H Miss Mary Corcoran who has been a leading spirit and earnest worker for the order In Kentucky was re elected County Eresldent of Jeffery yearsDelegatesmade full reports of tho proceedings changeljInthe government of the auxiliaries in tennedYPastCounty President at the next meet Ing when the division will outline1 Its work for the winter season t CHORAL UNION The Catholic Choral Union has begun rehearsals for the fall and winter season under the direction of Prof Anthony Molengraft the first meeting being held last week Re hearsals will be hold every Thursday evening at Baldwin Hall on Fourth avenue and former members and invitedThebe given In December or early 1In the new year and will be for the benefit of the Sisters of Mercy on East Broadway EUCHRE AND LOTTO The Entertainment Committee of the Visitation Home for Working Girls are arranging for a euchre and lotto party that will afford enter talnment for the riends of that de serving institution It will be held in the parlors of the home on tIle Wednesday attendAnyvend them to the home v ff1JIE IJOtlilqs1 rorfJC To Relieve Suffering Humanity 8 Loulsvlllo Ky October 1912 ltliaa about six Ieat1I I did not know what a ROOd nIght s rest was I would nUn worn out my home cares were rrr heavy burdenThisnthought mo 4er tho nearly drove me frantic and my health was ldng down but at this writing I found Pastor Koenlgs Nervo Tonic and sew feel that I am myself again That opprttslre feeling on my braIn aisap nearod nice magic after the first dow of Ui Tonlo and refreshing Bleep returned u4 also my health for which I hope that Qod will spare the Tonlo long to relieve aaertn e bwnan1t7Yrs McMahon ICr F Mona of Hearaatown Pa says that Pastor Koenle Nerve Tonlo i elpe- dsib sleeplessness threedhdealcethe last two or mta FREEA Valuable BOOK on Ner Diseases mad m Sample to tar wUre i Poor pfmiol let the medicine free Prepared by Rev FATHER KoeNtohs d Iron Wayne inn stnsiwo ma MED CO Chicago Ill IKOENIG Street near Dearborn leY by SLieeS175It8Botlfor9A- MERICAN 93 L re CHRONOLOGY timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic History of AmericaI By James A Rooney LL D October 25 1867Death of the Rev John Hogan pastor of St Peters church Belleville N J for fourteen years born In St Johns Newfoundland In 1815 educated at Stonyhurst October 26 1834 Cathedral of St Louis consecrated by Bishop Joseph Rosati C M assisted by Bishops Benedict Joseph Flaget of Bardstown John Baptist Pur cell of Cincinnati and Simon Gabriel Brute of Vincennes cor nerstone of new Cathedral laid October 18 1908 October 27 1912Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Denver Col Dedicated by Cardinal Far ley also silver Jubilee of the consecration of the Right Rev Nicholas Chrysostom Matz of that diocese October 28 1827Church of the Holy Trinity Somerset Ohio one of the earliest churches in tho State dedicated by the Very Rev William Hill O P Vicar General of the diocese of Cincinnati October 30 1683 First mass on Manhattan Island celebrated in a chapel opened by the Catholic Governor Thomas Dongan on tho site of the present Custom House tablet commemorating the event unveiled by the Knights of Columbus on Memorial day May 30 1912 October 31 1868On invitation of the Right Rev Martin John Spalding Mother de Sales Ifelf meler Sisters Mary Pia Schoen hofer and Mary Maximilian Zwlnger Ursulines arrived in Louisville Ky from Straublng Germany TAKES EASTERN BRIDE M L Sullivan for the past three years with the Smith Nixon Com pany left Thursday night for Blng hampton his old home where he will take for his bride Miss Mary Gehrlg one of the Parlor Citys fairest daughters Rov James J Ryan of Henryville Ind accom panied the groomelect and will be the celebrant of the nuptial mass and perform the marriage ceremony which will take place In St Johns church Monday morning After the wedding the happy couple will take an extended trip to Niagara Falls Canada and the Northwest and ex pect to be at home here by the mid dle of next month BELOVED BY ALLIAlthough not entirely unexpected the death of Dr Harry J Couchman on last Monday came as a shock to the many who knew and respected him in life his cheery disposition even in the last several months of his illness making his end a source of sorrow to his many friends and acquaintances and to those his memory will be everlasting Dr Couchman is survived by his wife Mrs Catherine Helnzman Couch man two children Harry James Couchman arid Julia Ann Couchman three sisters Mrs Thomas 1 Maguire Miss Ida Couchman and Mrs Will- Iam Schetzley and by his mother Mrs Anna Couchman John Heinz man Statlonkeeper at Central police station Is a brotherinlaw Owing to his illness Mr Heinzman had not been told of his brotherinlaws death Tho funeral services were held at the residence of his brother inlaw Thomas Maguire 1900 South Fourth street Wednesday morning at 83Q oclock and at 9 oclock at the Cathedral of the Assumption CARE SALE Lady friends of the Working Girls Home on Walnut street between Sixth and Seventh announce a mammoth cake sale on Thanks giving eve for the benefit of that most worthy institution The ladles in charge of this sale have prom ised to have all kinds of homemads cakes beaten biscuits homemade candles and doughnuts on sale aid hope all their friends will come on that day and patronize them VISITS FATHER BAXTER I The Rev Father Edmund Baxter O P of St Louis Bertranda church had as a welcome guest the past week the Rev T F Bannon pastor of St Josephs church East Sl Louis and one of the leading clergymen of the Belleville diocese Father Baxter was reared in the parish and under the tutelage of Father Bannon who recently de signed and built a handsome new church In East St Louis and aaa consequence of the hard labors entailed at hie advanced age suffered a stroke of paralysis last August Father Bannon i taking a recuperative vacation trlB v IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Capt Rogers of Holywell re cently Inspected about 100 volun teers at Arney The death occurred In his forty seventh year of Edwin Harris solicitor to the Newry Urban Council The death has taken place of Miss Olivia Barry Limerick the daughter of the late Dr Robert Barry The late E P OKelly Balt Inglass left personal estate valued at 17300 which he bequeathed to his children Dr James McCormick Derry was elected by the Inlshowen Guardians as Medical Officer of Buncrana dis pensary district The death of William P Broder Ick In his ninetysecond year removes one of Abbeyfealds most esteemed citizens At a meeting of the Castlelsland volunteer corps a resolution of sym pathy with the relatives of the late Mrs John P Griffin was passed In silence In St Peters College Wexford the Most Rev Dr Browne ordained the Rev Matthew Brady of Arva County Cavnn for the diocese of Wichita Kan The death of John Shanahan Harrys Mall Limerick has caused great regret In the city For some years he was a member of the Bor ough Council At Mllltown near Newtown stewart the flax mill of Thomas Clarke was burned down It Is stated that neither the building or Its contents were Insured The Most Rev Dr Browne has made the following changes in the diocese of Ferns Rev O Kavanagh Wexford to Blackwater and Rev Kevin Doyle lately ordained to WexfordThe of Longford town are doing their level best to gainII perfection in the soldiers trade Drills take place on three nights of the week and the attendance is very satisfactoryDr Sheehan Castletownhere has been appointed Medical Officer for the Durrus and Kilcrohane dis pensary district by the Bantry Guardians In room of Dr J J OMahony resigned The Most Rev Dr Sheehan pre sided at the dedication of the new church at St Marys Ballysaggart near Lismore After high mass a stirring sermon was preached by the Rev M OKano O P of DublinII At a meeting of the Clones Urban Council the Local Government Board wrote sanctioning tho loan of 16000 for tho carrying out of a supplementary soweraEfl scheme for the drainage of Newtownbutler road and Cara street Tho Tipperary Guardians have passed a resolution of condolence on the death of Kennedy Toomey who fired at and wounded the evictor W Scully at the famous siege of Ballycohey In 1868 Scully being encased In armor at tho time At the Convent of Mercy Water ford the profession took place In the presence of the Most Rev Dr Sheehan of Sister Mary C Ryan daughter of the late Denis Ryan Bruff and of Sister Canlce daugh Meaneylnlstlogue Cloonamahon House a beautiful mansion about twos miles south of Collooney has been taken over by the SJIgo County Council for the treatment of consumptives It was rebuilt a few years ago by Capt Meredith at a cost of 40000 and Is today In a perfect state of preservation Standing upon a high elevation It commands one of the finest prospects in Ireland TWIN CITY LEADERS Secretary Ed Stelnbock of the Twin City Baseball League has Just Issued official figures for the season which show Jack Sheehan of the Bruins to be the best allround player leading In stolen bases sec ond In batting average and scorer of the most runs The Olympics lead In team hitting with the Champions second and Mackln Council third In fielding the Champions were first the Olympics second and the Im hittingJackthird In stolen bases Jack Sheehan was firstahd Newman Murphy sec ond Brownfleld was the leading althoughRaytho league lin strikeouts having 156 to his credit The averages as a whole are an indication of the high class ball played In the Twin City and the leaders record for the amateur championship entitles them to the distinction of having the best amateur team In the State the Champions only being beaten a nose by the Butler Bros of Chicago who were the runners up for the national a championship HALLOWEEN Mackin Social Clubs second dance of the season will be hold next Tuesday night at the club house on Twentysixth street This is to be a Halloween danco and the hall will be appoprlately decorated and Illuminated for the occasion The reception committees promise all at tending an enjoyable evening This club knows how dances should be conducted and hence their pop ularity with the old and young of the western section of the city CATHOLIC KNIGHTS St Michaels Branch of the Cath olic Knights of America had a rousing meeting and anniversary celebration Tuesday night President Jpe McGinn occupied the chair and extended a hearty welcome to the visitors among whom were State Secretary W T Meohan S R Hard man and Charles Hill of the Uni form Rank When the business of the meeting was concluded those present were entertained with an elaborate luncheon and a stirring address by Ben Kruae President of the Central Committee HERMAN STRAUS ti SONS GrbURTH AVCNUt INCDNPDnAT D MARKET STREET Latest Fall Styles 44INCH RIPPlf CLOTH 100SPECIAL SALE O- FAXMINSTER RUGS All the New Pall Styles See them We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates 11111IIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIZIIJtll lrrlllltrllt 9JlCtq This Is National Coffee Week GET YOUR COFFEE A- TMTJLLOYSROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEE We roast our Coffee fresh daily and sell direct to the consumer JOHN M MULLOY gH me Pboa ijaj pits W MARKET fie TREE 12 yg80il S FURNITUREFor the Bed Room Dining Room and Living Room Large selection good quality and reasonable prices WM Fe MAYER9 Market Bet Fourth and Fifth I PHONESOUTH WIHOIIEf 2Sw JNCORPORATmDJJ 4 4 + ++ ++ + ++ + + GERMAN BANKWe Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS i 124 SOUTH FIFTHBETWEEN MAIN AND STREETiii NtHdlN044400 Pending erection of our new building at 4404+ 4S r + s+t44PN0 +0w t DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary I 713715 SOUTH SEVB TH STREET TiIipfcwsCBfflb S 2991 Hose CKf 2399 f t1 U Z U 1IIIIIIIIIIIiU 1111111 t 1111111 IE 111111111 Ut M1BANNONJ P BANNON JR LAWRENCE J VEENEMAN Pies t Mgr YIn Pus tTriu SecnUry P BANNON PIPE CO Sewer aad Calvin Pipe- lanBoats Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Titriiei Brick Fire Proofing Flue Lining Fire BricK Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops OFFICE 528 WEST 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