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Digital page images are linked to the text file. frI WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This OUice Your Next Order VOLUME XXXIII NO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 1914 PRICE CENTS OCONNOR Ills Version of the Plot Made to Wreck Irish Home Rule Irelands Indignation Foiled Ef forts of Carsonltcs and Dublin Cranks Something of Inner History of the Nationalist Voluntecir Movement REDMOND SFILL AT THE HELM In a London letter to the Chicago Tribune Hon T P OConnor M P writes that It Is possible now as It was not some weeks ago to tell something of the Inner history of the Irish volunteer movement and espe- ciallY of the conflict Which after smoldering tor a long tune has finally broke out and ended In the placing of the movement at last on a proper basis and under proper authority The volunteer movement took Its origin almost by accident In the Irish midland town of Athlone the town In which I was born The originators had little Idea of whatII they were about to start one of those extraordinary outbursts I which always upset everybodys cal II culatlons In Ireland the movement at once captured the Imagination or 1 I the Irish people and It began toII grow with extraordinary rapidity j This was partly duo to the fact that It came at the right psychological EdIWordapparently beating the Government suggested the idea that only armed i men had any Influence upon the British administration This idea of I the omnipotence of physical force received additional Impetus by the theCqr1Taghi I However in Ireland it became clear that the people were called upon to show that they could no I byIaccordingly they proceeded to create I the Irish volunteer movement Some of the Irish leaders realized froth the j I start that this mighty popular movement would have to be counted with andmade up their minds quite early that the movement would either bave to be by the sanb men of the Irish party or fall Into the hands Of the mischief makers and the cranks who have dogged their path at every step and several titheS brought the whole home rule i movement to the brink of destruc lion What these farseeing men I saw soon happened Dublin has al ways been tho center of a small nest of cranks some sincere and foolish some insincere and crafty who have been on tho lookout for some chink partyttanypostIofficeI In tho Irish volunteer movement especially In the Interval before it was taken up by the Irish party j these cranks saw their opportunity Some fifty of them appointed them selves into the governing body of the volunteers They received their mandates from nobody but them selvos But in the absence of other leaders the country more or less acquiesced at least It made no pro test These gentlemen adepts In the I I arts both of intrigue land ot self I advertisement soon began to spread r rthe idea of their power and prestige I Before long though ft Became evident that the new volUnteer move Smont started for the defense of Irish liberties was really intended by some of the cranks to be t1 great weapon to tear aside the Irish party Trdta the Irish people In other ords to destroy the unity of Ireland and to paralyze the hands of John E Redmond at the moment when he was engaged In the last and most difficult stages of winning home rulel for Ireland Then It was seen by John Red mond John Dillon and Joseph Devlin that the new movement if It I was to be a blessing instead of a Curse to the Irish caUse must bo taken in hand A meeting of tho Irish party was called and after an eagor and brilliant debate In the committee rooms of the House of Commons where the Irish party meets 1twas resolved with practical unanimity that the Irish party should take up the volunteer movement and make Itself responsible for Its direction It was still however the desire of the party that there should be neither a quarrel nor a scandal Never jyas the Irish movement going vJlhrougL more perilous hours than at that moment A quarrel or a Scandal might be just the feathers weight that would turn the scales against Ireland Sir Edward Carson was threaten ing He was pointing to his army andgrte join Earl Kitcheners force If b the rule were natput tan the Statute book and there were serious AJyWeni even amtag those In the 1iopr1TUlensanTiate Jrty truce Vhicfc wsso burstlnsrenwHit the mpdwrt proposal1 that the 1Iriah party should have some rapre Tiehlatldh oh the selfappointed gbv IMHUng body of the volmitMrs But that wail whit Minei of tkiegetI- eflmen were determined hot to have w I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN FIVE controlled At once the country volunteers and all rose up In revolt and rage and these gentlemen disappeared Into Limbo Tho volunteer wove ment at last under the entire control of Redmond Dillon and Devlin will now go on and become powerful for the defense of Irelands liberties THOMAS F HILL Thomas F Hill the aged father of Rev John Hill and for the past thirtyseven years with the Louisville Nashville railroad In this city has gone to his eternal rewar leaving friends in every section of LoulsvUIe who mourn his death The deceased was contented and happy until taken ill at the home ot his son Michael F Hill Deer Park avenue Everything that human aid could do was done to try to save his life but as his own words were It It is Gods will I am willing to die so God had called him Thomas F Hill was a most exemplary hUS- band father and neighbor having all the sterling qualities of a good Catholic He was candor Itself never using guile with anybody while his life was an open book in which one could find nothing but a clean rec ord For fifty years he had been an earnest Vlncontlan and was the only surviving charter member of St Johns Branch of the Catholic Knights of America He was a man of few words but loyal and true to his trusts and many there are who were beneficiaries of his unostenta tious sympathy and assistance Fu neral services were held Tuesday morning from St Johns church with solemn high mass of requiem celebrated by Rev Father Hill as sisted by Father Schuh man n as dea con Father Donahue as subdeacop and Father Kallaher as master of ceremonies The funeral was one of the largest ever held from St Johns church Bishop Donahue and about thirty priests being within the sanctuary Rev Father Schuhmann delivered a most touching and com fortlng sermon telling of the faith of the deceased and the consolations Christians have to sustain them In their bereavement Left to mourn his loss are a daughter Miss Mar garet Hill and four sons the Rev John Hill pastor of St Anns church this city Michael F Hill chief clerk in the solicitation department of the Land N Richard A Hill chief clerk to the division passenger agent of the Illinois Central Railroad Company Joseph E manyIrelatives and friends who trust that God will be merciful to him FOURTH DEGREE IlIembers of the Louisville Fourth Degree Assembly Knights of Colum bus thronged the Italian Garden ot the Tyler Hotel where the monthly meeting was held Monday night The special order of business was the election of officers for the ensuing year Which resulted as followsI WFowJerFaithful Admiral John P Han ley Faithful Pilot Edward JIOBrien Jr ColganOutsideFriarRev Edward W Boes Dr Fowler who presided was reelected without opposition a nice recognition of his efficient work dur ing the past year when the member ship was doubled Following the election short addresses were delivered by the Faithful Navigator and Mesrs John A Doyle A J Chap HarryPColganPAPAL DECREE The following decree in regard to the toties quoties indulgence on All Souls day November 2 was issued bythfaithful who on November 2 of this and all future years Indefinitely receive worthily the sacraments of penance ahd holy communion may manyUmesachapel to offer prayers for the poor ottheI applicable to the poor souls in purgatory and may be gained as often as a visit is made and the conditions complied with In order that all ofthisIn the churches tomorrOw evening MACKIN COUNCIL Lively Interest Is being mani fested In the campaign fr new mem bore now being conducted by Mackln Council Y M I Monday night eight applications were presented and the teams are running neck and application held and a general good time ar ranged for all who attend President Thornton announced that arrangements had been completed for the fordeplace at St Charles Dorromeo mber largest attendance of the year Is looked tot A special cbmmlttee helibrarythe winter months Seyera1dclitionp iatlnHtIsystem perfected for the near future BISHOP JOSNNEDY Bishop Kennedy Rector ot thr American College hall almost com lletely recovered from hisen1 froIT1asteIGandoUo itISSan CoMtce la eMll the bit o tMU1tyBttuarinorMwa fa the utariwr efff i4ntI has been chocked ne count of the war NOVEMBER Prayers Poi bur Jtfcrtd and the Aiitlquity of This i5bctrliic i Tomorrow the Church Will Cci obrnto the Fcnst of All Salute All Souls Day Occurs Monday and Will Bo Solemnly Observed SAINTS ARE OUR BRETHREN What a sense of fitness Is shown by the Catholic church when she appoints the month of November as the time when wo should recall in a special manner the memory of our dead as a tithe above all times when we should pray for their departed souls and for the gouts bf all Gods faithful who have gone before us with the sign of faith and repose in the sleep of peace What other month would be more in harmony with our present thoughts and feel ings Summer has just left us leaving behind her a trail of crim son and gold and a blaze of October glory On all sides we see the wreck and ruin of leaf and flower The once luxuriant trees now naked and bare are but ghosts of their former selves as they stand atrembllng In the moaning gale lifting up to heaven their withered arms With reason these bleak November days have been called the saddest of the year As we look out of our win dow these mornings we see desolate nature slowly drawing around her naked form the mantle ot death And as we go along the way the rustling of the dry dead leaves be neath our feet awakens within us solemn thoughts of some one gone before of our own going forth At this season more than at any other we are impressed with the fact that in the midst of life we are death and that mans days are as Iin which today is and tomorrow Is not Truly tho church made no mistake in selecting this month as the month of All Souls for now It is a most natural thought a consol- Ing thought as well as a holy and- vboesdinthdughittO pry ffor the dead that they may be lOosed from their sins The feast of All Saints is observed on November 1 On this day the church Invites us to the twofold sentiment of joy and sorrow In the Epistle she encourages us by show Ing that there are In heaven saints of every country and every age In the Gospel she marks the virtues we I7uat practice Irt order to arrive there In the Preface she tells us that the saints are our brethren that they look upon us with love and aid us by their powerful prayers At vespers she reminds us that we are exiles and teaches us to sigh like the captive Israelites at Babylon for the heavenly Jerusalem our true country The feast of All Saints commenced in the seventh century It was established In Rome by Boniface IV and then passed Into all the churches It was estab lished to honor all the saints to thank God for the grace bestowed upon his elect to excite us to Imitate the virtues of the saints and to give us an occasion to repair the faults committed In the celebration of the particular feast of each saint Monday will be All Souls day and will be marked by solemn ceremony by Catholics throughout the world As for the doctrine of Prayers for the Dead antiquity Is loud in con firmation of it Surely Tertulllan Who was horn about ICO A D and died after 220 A D surely he who boasted of conservatism was not Inventing new doctrine when he wrote The Sacrament of tho Euch arist which was commanded by the Lord to be received by all at meal time we take in our meetings before dawn and from the hands of none except the presidents we make offerings In behalf of the dead for their anniversaries Again speaking of the dead husband of a certain woman he writes FOr his soul the Wife otters prayers and meantime begs refreshment for him and makes an offering on the versary of his decease Cyprian who flourished about the year 248 A D is even more clear and emphatic when It Is a question of prayers for the dead and mqre especially masses for the dead Remark that his grandfather was probably very close to the apostolic age which fact lends considerable Importance to heI ChristhImselffounder of the sacrifice which he Cyprian offered for the dead He lS but following tradition which at his time comparatively did not go mack very tar Sbme he says through Ignorance or simplicity1 In onsecratlng the cup of the Lord do lot that which Jesus Christ our r ord arid God the Teacher and ounder ot this sacrifice did and nuht Of the evil conduct of pmeone he declares If any one hould do this no offering should br lade for him nor should any aacri ce be celebrated for his repose or ho does not deserve to br trued at Gods aHerlIn the prayer f the priests GOBS TO ARMY neYr ToIBa L rKelfey JC A ho 0 HiJl imrtjilM a o tin e lllhi 1I1Uat the Catholic Val J U U rt COLIN EVENTS November 4Euchre and lotto ot Ladies Auxiliary A 0 IL in Falls City Hall November 10 jEuchre and lotto by Youhg Ladies Sodality of St Johns church at Trinity Hall after noon and evening November 10 I andII pital November 1718 Autumn festival of St James church In parish hall November 20Euchreand lotto St Louis Bertrands church after noon and evening November 23 Turkey festival tot benefit of St Williams church In parish hall- November 25Euchre and lotto by Division 3 A 0 H at Heptasoph HallL versity of America has been desig nated by the War Department for examination for mpohitment In the United States army to fill the va cancy caused by the recent retirement of Chaplain Frederick L Kunnecke Father Kelley was one of the eight Catholic priests who volunteered their services to the United States in event of war with Mexico Ho is a native of Massa chusetts but connected with the dio cese of Lincoln tyeb In which he labored for several years before go Ing to the Apostolic Mission House last year Bishop SHAHAN MonsIgnor Thomas J Shahan Rector of the Catholic University of America Is to be Consecrated titular Bishop of Germanicopolls on Sun day November 15 by Cadinal Gibbons in Baltimore The coconse crators are to be Bishops Nilan of Hartford and OConnell of Rich mond The sermoti is to be preached by Monsignor Thomas Duggan Vicar General of the Hartford diocese Practically all the clergy of the Bal timoe diocese and of the Hartford Conn diocese where Bishopelect Shahan was Chancellor for many years before coming to Washington will attend the consecration service Washington will send a large dele gation to the ceremony Besides theIclergy the entire faculty of the Catholic University and nearly all of the students are planning to go over to Baltimore in a body to be present at the elevation of their Rector With the announcement of the date for the cqnsecratlon officers of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and of the Ladles Auxiliary of that arrangementsforring by the Hibernians and of a beautiful crozier by the auxiliary As i t9rz1jTet9beit is probable that the presentation service will take place in the nationalcapital the day before the consecration service in Baltimore The presentation of the ring is to be made JosephMcLaughlinwill be escorted by the other national J officers The crozier is to be pre sented by Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly of Pawtucket R I National President of the auxiliary who will be accom- panIed by her National Board Mon sIgnor Shahan is an active member of Division 2 A O H of the Dis trict of Columbia the members of which are planning a reception In his honor soon after the consecra tion SEHR MOIR On Tuesday morning at 730 Miss Mattie Sehr and Dr Charles Louis Moir were married at nuptial mass In the Cathedral by the Rev P MJRock In the presence of a large number of friends The attendants were Miss Frances Wessel and Dr T M favorablyknownson of Dr and Mrs Charles Moir graduated In medicine in this city served as assistant at the City Hos pital and Is now connected with St Lukes Hospital Chicago The bridal weddingbreakfastparents on Shipp street and then left for Chicago where they will make their home HOLY ROSARY ALUMNAE Sunday afternoon a very Interest RosaryAlumnaoRosaryAcademyRev Father Crowloy 0 P delivered an Instructive talk on Catholic authors among the number Maurice Francis Egan and Miss Eleanor Don nelly giving short sketches of their principal works pointing out the lessons to be drawn therefrom and comparing them with those of non Catholic authors whose works though written Jn good style lack Productions Followingthe academyAftersion was held at which the course of work to be taken up by the members for the next six months was a subject that aroused the Interest of all present When the meeting was concluded refreshments were served CONSECRATED I The consecratIon of the Right Rev atrick J UaYeBtPD as Auxiliary ilshop of New York took place a tt Patricks Cathedral on Wednes ay morning His Eminence thf ardh alArchbshQpof New YprV assisttbyHbrlels D D 6f Ogdensburg ate Right Roy Thomas F Cusacl D Auxiliary Blsh9p of New Yor ttIvhtoHphT08e70 of the few Ja the world that br wo Auxiliary Bishops CAMPAIGN Of Democrats Closes With Dig Rally at Masonic Theater Tonight Election of Congressman Sherley Only a Question of Mrijorlty Many Voters Will Vote Single For Ben Kling on Educa tional Board THREE ENTRIES SCHOOL RACE The local City and County Demo cratic Committee will close the campaign tonight with a big rally at Masonic Theater with Congressman Swagar Sherley as the leading speaker of the evening and as the Fifth district Congressman has been one of the leading lights at Washing ton during the recent Congressional session he will probably be able to deliver some interesting truths to his hearers Lieut Gov McDermOtt Senator OUle James and others will deliver short talks preceding and following Mr Sherleys address Frank McGrath Chairman of the City and County Committee has completed all matters pertaining to the organization and every precinct In the city and county will be well handled which means a large Democratic majority for exGov Beckham Congressman Sherley and others on the ticket in this district From conservative estimates it is figured that Beckham will carry this dis trict on next Tuesday by about 4200 majority and Congressman Sherley will be reelected by about 6000 majority which figures are espe- cIally striking and a strong indorse ment of President Woodrow Wilsons policies when it is taken Into consideration that this is an off year in politics and therefore not a heavy registered vote- Chairman Thomas Rhea reports himself more than pleased with the campaign conducted throughout the State which was begun Thursday morning by sending out special trains containing some of the heavy artillery among the Democratic orators and believes that this method wJlldfspelrthe apathy among many voters who to date had dllplaye no Interest believing that the Demo cratic ticket would win by a safe majority and It would not be neces sary for them to go to the polls and voteOutside the city of Louisville the Progressives have not even caused a ripple in the campaign Burton Vance their candidate for the long term Senatorship and Charles Nicholas their candidate for the short term not being able to draw crowds lt any point not even here which Is considered their strong hold and though Mr Gardner their nominee for Congress In this district- Is considered a very nice young man he owes no thanks to the Bull Moose party for pltltng him against Swagar Sherley In the Congressional race It Is also being freely predicted that the Republican party will run ahead of the Bull Moosers In every district this being due principally to the strong campaign of exGov Will son the Republican nominee for Senator who has had the Pro gressives on the defensive since the outsetThere Is hardly any doubt of the result in the State according to re ports from all districts bets being offered freely that the Democratic ticket will win by a majority of over 20000 and to date there has been no takers Some enthusiasts among them Harry Sommers bf Elizabeth town predict a majority of 50000 or over for Beckham and the ticket but to many competent judges this Is too high a figure especially In an offyearTo there is more Interest locally in the election for members of the Board of Education three members to be selected next Tuesday and at present it Iis a threecornered race Dr Bloom Dr Weaver and Gbtt schalk haying the backing of the commercial organizations Dr Peak Dr Crutcher and Fred Seibert sup posedly being the preferred choices of the Junior Order although Weaver and Gotlschalk are mejn hers of that organization while the third entry which is a single one Is Ben W Kling the well known Main street man who is receiving strong assurances of support from all quarters from those who do hot believe supporting Gottschalk and Weaver for their bolt of the Good Government ticket In 1910 and from those voters who believe in being able to select their own choice for the board This latter class will vote for Mr Kilns and he alone and by this means will Insure the pres lace on the Board of Education of a nan who will be under no obligation 0 any clique or organization for his lectlbn As for the other ticket In ho field the election of which vould be a euro step back to the old Cnownplhjng ysof 1855 which Editor Henry Watterson spoke of hursday morning little heed be aid as Jt ash chance whatever One of the best attended meeting f the local campaign was the rail old under the auspices pf the Soclr e1Doc tlc Club this past week tb rge membership showing mush or vuslasm and which feeling jtkr ve ttansmJttad through thejr 4- 1ctthe Fourth an4 flPiftfa ware he officers bf the club are iSkntl Jen Scfaulman President Altli U Rosenberg Secretary while the hustling district leader John J Barry is Chairman of the Advisory Committee and sets the pace for the boys to followsome pace tool GONE TO REWARD After a protracted illness due to tuberculosis Bernard P J Kav anagh died Tuesday evening at the Wayerly Hill Hospital where he had been undergoing treatment for the past seevral months but which only served to prolong the end Barney as he was known to many was one of the veteran newspaper men of Louisville having tilled important positions on the different dailies and for several years was reporter for the Kentucky Irish American He was fortyseven years of age and was a native of this city being raised in the Dominican parish boyberoreerected and then In latter years was an officer In the Holy Name Society he being an especial favorite of the especiallybecausehistory and literature being a leader and active worker in all Irish and Catholic gatherings Besides his wife Mrs Catherine Bradley Kav anagh and a son Bernard J Kav anagh ho is survived by hrs father Jeremiah Kavanagh a brother Jeremiah Kavanagh Jr and three sisters Miss Mary Kavanagh and Sister Agnlta of Boston and Sister Calista of this city both being members of the Dominican order The funeral took place from the res idence of his sisterinlaw Mrs Mary streetThurdayand frOth St Johns church at 830 where following a requiem mass the pastor Rev Father Schuhmann tellIng throughliteas a dally attendant at mass and how on discovering a new book or writing on Catholic truth he would come and discuss his conclusions with the speaker Father Schuh mann also told of the good the de ceased had done through life as a writer for tho press and he had recounted to his pastor on the last thehustlenewspaperdaysteachings of a brother at the old St onqlittlethe making of the sign of the cross on his forehead Just before going to sleep each night Father Schuh mann further urged his hearers to remember the dead man in their prayers and take unto themselves the example of his Christian life The pallbearers were all relatives of theITJeceffSeT17TJgIri g Jbhri7 Harry and Jpe McDevltt Lee and Parnell Barrett and Emmet Mallon The Interment was In St Louis cemetery WILL DRILL TEAM At the meeting of Division 4 A 0 H on Monday evening in BerItrand Hall County Vice President John M Maloney was present and volunteered hlff services to aid In drilling their degree team the offer being accepted with thanks and as the applications have been coming in at a rapid rate the team will soon get busy County President W JIConnellywas also present and spoke of the bright prospects for the order in view of the recent successful county board election and he urged every member present to give the board their hearty support Vice President Thomas Lynch volunteered applicantsforor set of men in the division to compete with him in a contest for new HarryTbership and President John Hen nessy urged this investigation com mittees to make their reports as rapidly as possible SISTERS INJURED Sister Benigna Sister Superior of St Agnes Sanitarium on the New burg road and Sister Frances Gabriel were painfully injured when nn automobile ran into ahd knocked theriJ down Saturday night They were standing at Bardstown road and Deer Park avenue and were about to board a street car when the machine came from behind the car They knocked to the pavement and pedestrians carried them Intotl1o office of Dr Forest Gabbert The automobilist came back but was not arrested since the nuns did not care to prosecute him Sister Benigna was the worst Injured and was rendered unconscious Both have re covered from the shock they received BIRTHDAY CONGRATULATIONS Members of St Patricks congrega tion and friends throughout the dio cese this week tendered hearty congratulations to the Rev James P Cronin V G on the anniversary of his birth Father Crania Is fifty two years old and now at his best The people of St Patricks are with him In all his undertakings arid especially in the erection of the new model school now helng erected and thaflwillI EXERCISESIWednesday nIght the first meet Ing of the Mackin Council gym inasium class was held at the club house ton Twentysixth street and Instructor Louis Kieffer was well pleased with the attendance The ixerclses wJlllln Ifpr general pius ntlar develppmerit and those bone lIclall and helpful to the body In tructor Kieffer is thoroughly ac ualntad with gymnasium work and x4us AA isereased attendanee ail ike sB on sdraneae tJIJ4it WE DO- PRINTING FIRST ClASS WORK Give This Office Tom Next Order 31 and anni IN that were V LIGHT Breaking Upon Those Who Have Opposed Catholic School System Lack of Religious Training Re sponsible For Criminality Among Juveniles NonCatholics Shoying Anxiety and Activity in Numerous Places ACT OF 6ARY SCHOOL TRUSTEES Teach God in the schools read the Bible In the schools moral training must begin in the school without God there can be no religion no lawlessness of Christian teaching to the child bocausotheylikedeolaratlonsreports writIngsnot from Catholics but nonCath ministersIncoonesthegress in which a speaker declared with approval of his hearers that thevast majority of prisoners knew nothing of God of religion or morals and that this and the increase of duetoteachtagThe Catholic church has always so declared and protested against education excluding God and morals hasfoundedbining God and morals with educa supportedbypaytheirThoCatholicand proscribed for nothing so much 4 toIgnorancechurch and of educational progress and the prejudice born of repetition of the falsehood Prejudice like fog shuts out the light tor a time The Jight is breaking Results as Irreligiondectancel of morals and right increased of crIme and anarchy arid the cause rlghtthinkingnot admit it their words and the means they suggest and adopt accord theCatholicIn various parts of the country non maintainIng aretaughtschools as they term the Catholic schools We approve their course growthroughoutschools are for the present limited to membership meansforCatholic church members are show ing anxiety and activity elsewhere claiming the aid of public school managers and Insisting upon the right to have their children taught of God religion and morals The following dispatch from Gary Ind shows what members of the Chris tian and Methodist churches have been granted by the School Trustees Garymdtraining keeps them under the eyes of their teachers from morning tilt ottheirofthechurch Methodists wUlopen a similar school to teach their own creed and other denominations are expected to follow The church SuperIntendent to the extent that the public school hours will be modified to allow those who wish to attend the church schoolIst HartTWebb scboolTheschoolbournsteel mill workers there existed a demand that their children should reeclve Instruction in tho creeds of their fatherS OLDEST PRIEST CALLED The Very Rev Dean Michael Barry the oldest priest In the Syra mostbelovedof Oswego has been called from his earthly labors Father Barry was over eighty years old and two years ago celebrated the golden jubilee PC his ordination to the priesthood For beenpalltoraBtalways In tho foremost rank for the sd4vaucemimtcelebrant onTUpriests from all the New York die cesea EUCHRE AND LOTTO A euchre and lotto party Will Vft given Monday night atSt Cfcarl Bprromeo Hall TwentyBeevnth Chestnut Those having the affa1 charge have arranged for a J alh ring aat promWe fine r The amen will be called oclock y M t n KENTUQK iiEI AMERIOAN J KfcfflOT IRISH flMERlGflN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY f eveted te tile Social sad Meral WfMceMiiKit el1 Irish AaerleMi and CeHct Officially Indorwd by Ancient Ordtol Hlberalni Young MaaI- naHtnte and Catholic Knights of America ubllebwaENTUCKYSimSCWPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR S1NOLB COPY gc Enter at tkt UaUrHU Poitl e M BHsadClua fUtUr Stt144reef 1 I TRADES UN ODH COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 31 1914 JUDGE AND JURY Camden T McAtee editor of the local K of C monthly and best known as Col Pat Callahans right hand bower comes to the front with the Insinuation that the Kentucky Irish American owes an apology to tho local A Po As and his mentor for opposing the recent Fraternal day celebration under Junior Order auspices the writer very loftily appointing himself Judge and jury and finds us guilty of not stating facts when It was said no Catholic societies were Invited to participate In that celebration For the benefit of Col Callahans apologist we only wish to challenge him to name a single division of the Ancient Order of Hlbernlansj Catholic Knights of America or Catholic Knights any Ladles of America who were Invited to meet with the Junior Order In tho Junior Order hall not guaranteeing 5that they would have been present but Editor McAtee has probably achieved his purpose moro pub licity for his friend- RELIGION 1 AND POLITICS Tho Indiana Catholic speaks truly when It declares that religion has no place in politics and those who hold their religion sacred will resent having It dragged Into the mire about election time The Catholic church names no candidates for public office has no interest in any political aspirant and Is uncon cerned as to who is elected When j the good Catholic performs his religious duties according to tho teachings of our Holy Mother Church and lives a good Christian life he renders to God the things that are Gods In his civic capacity when ho votes conscientiously for th party Tie believes best for city State and nation he renders to Caesar the things that are Caesars tcThus he does his duty to Church and State to God and country The gnorant bigots who assail the Catholic church and drag our religion into politics are taught to believe that tho Catholic church Is trying to control the Government Those who fill them full of that idea are designing Knaves and gutter politicians They belong to and they work against in all parties The duty of isissparrow citizen Catholic or Prot on the eve of election Is to to vote for those candidates policies that will Insure administration possible for the State and for the party through whose eforts the greatest good for the Commonwealth can be brought about This is a civic duty binding on JUntortunatelygreat majority of cases that when some candidates are assailed because of their religious belief there will be a tendency of those of the same faith to rally to them If Methodists Baptists Presbyterians were marked for defeat because of their faith wo lave no doubt citizens of their faith would reesnt it It is only human nature But the Issues of election should not be obscured by the con temptible tactics of those who drag creed Into the mire of party battles The greatest good for the city State and nation should be the aim in casting a ballot That church against which the gates of hell shall not prevail is not concerned In candidates or parties but in her prayers for the State she always beseeches the Almighty to give his grace and his guidance to those who are chosen to be our Executives and administer our laws She makes no i distinction as to parties or persons and even in the great charity of her heart she prays for her persecutors I TIME FoR HAM F Instead of getting better divorce conditions are constantly becoming worse According to court records recently compiled in New York there has been au Increase of practically iQ per cent in the number of idlVprcMr that have been granted in that city during the present- year over the wme period In 1913 With sucha showing as that In a State that js rather exacting or at least te supposed to be in the legal jrwjitiremenls for ititle granting of dlroroM it can be but a short time before Reno and other aptorlouay resorts for the easy casting off of a marriage yoke will he far out illLlihe sihcliiy of the marriage It Indicates also that divorcee htalned easily taaaks to the tbf court proeeedtags tke u v r unscrupulous tricks of conscienceless lawyers and the lax views that prevail generally in this country It also points out unmistakably that the Christian Idea of marriage Is rapidly disappearing from the minds of publicschool educated America Antireligious publications atheistic professors and guardians of deviltry are doing their worst to ruin the work and prestige of the one church that has always striven to curb the passions of mankind With what result Forty per cent more divorces in one city alone The children of these divorced people are helping to fill the orphanages and State homes eating the bread of charity on the threshold of life It is time for the country to wake up goverdending divorce proceedings and a halt before family life becomes an Impossibility BAPTIST EDITOR SQUIRMS The Western Recorder a local Baptist weekly which strives to outdo the Menace in A P A Journalism refers to the Kentucky Irish American in its latest Issuo and wants to discusq questions of church theology but dogs not explain or apologize for the statement published recently in which tho Recorder editor stated that the late Pope Pius X blessed the arms of the Aus trlans because they were Romanists The editor further states that the rebuko in these columns was plain blatherskite not realizing that no language is too strong for a proven Ananias NO WAR FOR US The United States line proclaimed warebut some of its citizens seem anxious to assert their belligerency when ever the war Is mentioned We can understand that there should a strong sympathy for one side or the other among those who have friends and relatives engaged Some may have very decided opinions regarding the reasons for the war They are I entitled to them but others are also entitled to their opinions We dont want any war on this side of the Atlantic VOTE FOR RUNG Voters who feel disposed to select their own choice for tho Board of Education next Tuesday would do well to consider the qualifications of Ben W Kling who does not repre sent any clique or faction and would make an admirable selection for the Board RUN MAD The Catholic Advance learns from the dally papers that a Kentucky Warden wants flowers and music for convicts Humanity Is always to be recommended but we agree with a Baltimore contemporary that the sentimentalism of the age is going to extremes in making homes with luxury out of what are Intended to be punitive establishments This is sentiment run mad Eighteen hundred dollars for the orphans from the Waller Doll Club and the Orphans Pleasure Club carries much more happiness and comfort to the parentless little ones than ever does the Charities Indorse ment Committee of the Commercial Club and Board of Trade The charity ball despite the denial of the committees indorsement was very successful to tho great delight of twentynine institutions and over 1000 orphans The Buffalo Catholic Union and Times has sustained a severe loss by the death of William A King its business manager For more than a score of years he had been con nected with the Union and Times and to his genius and ability was due In great measure the success of that foremost Catholic weekly William King wielded a trenchant pen and was widely known and respected in the newspapertleld The Catholic Telegraph the oldest Catholic paper in the United States last week rounded out its eighty third year Despite its advanced age it still continues a Journalistic giant an able defender of Catholic prin ciples and a worthy leader of its younger contemporaries For Dr Hart and the Telegraph we hope the succe i of the past may be theirs for tke fatwrUMrp A Jowftl feeler ai I IJ i dressing thq City Club of St Louis declared woman suffrage would Increase emotionalism in govern ment would break up the family unit and make women a special class of voters This is the conclusion reached almost everywhere woman suffrage has been tried Righteous men are not given to slander It naturally follows that men engaged in the antiCatholic campaign of slander are not right I eous men even if they and privileged to write reverend before their names We would like to see Just onb prosecution of the automobilist who violates the city ordinances By whizzing by a car that has stopped to let off passengers The month of the poor souls has arrived Few of us but have some one on the other side Let us not forget them There are moro Catholics in Genmany than in all the British Empire Including Ireland Induce your neighbors to read the Kentucky Irish American t The law gives you time to vote See that you do it MORE POWER TO HIM Tho New York Herald In Its en I presentIand on the contrary has been busy persuading Irishmen to enlist and IrishAmericans in this country to aid John Bull in his struggle The Heralds efforts drew the followin card from a writer To the Editor of the New York Herald Oh for the heroes of the past Where are Emmet Wolf Tone and Father Murphy Where is the Clan na Gael and Father Ryan bin j tho grass wither from beneath the feet of any Irishman who fights for England now May the woods deny Him shelter and earth a homeI WFB I IHAVE NO PART I Bishop ODonnell of Raphoe says in a strong address to his countrymen This is not our war Ireland is in no way in this struggle Tho Volunteers must re main under Irish control and bo I used for the purpose for which they wore started the preservation of Ireland for the Irish No Irish leader has the right to pledge the support of Ireland to England against Germany or any other na tion The day is gone when the Irish can be dragged along and tied at the chariotwheel of warmakers Bishop ODonnell has long been Treasurer of the Irish Parliamentary fund CLOSES TONIGHT One of the finest bazars ver held In this city opened Friday night In St Patricks school hall and will close tonight It Is being held under the auspices of the Young Ladles Sodality of St Patricks church and the proceeds will go to swell the building fund for the new model parish school that Rev Father Cronin will erect at Sixteenth and Market streets ground for which youngladl4spatrons tonight HOSPITAL BENEFIT Managers of the recent Lleder arrangingtorother entertainment to be given at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital on Wednesday and Thursday November 11 and 12 Many beautiful articles undisposed of at the bazar will be given away Games will be played bothdaysCONDITION UNCHANGED Martin J Cusick the well known merchant tailor still remains seri NorthTwentytlrstbeen confined for the past three pleasedto attendants recoveryNEW FIRM NAME In order to call attention to theIr elevator erection and repair department the American Machine Com pany has changed the firm name to the American Elevator and Machine Company with the same officers heretofore MathPoschlnger FAntzEckerSecretaryTreasurer Kirn Superintendent The firm Is still located at Jackson and Main oneofGOING TO OHIO Missionbandvent left this week for Toledo Ohio where they will open missions tomorrow in the Church of the Immaculate Conception arid the Church continuetorwill be for women the second for I ofsermonsubjectschurchMaumeetatherstromconduct H three weeks mission POPULATIONThe Trelandspre figurewhen Thepresentrecord and is a striking example of the treatment afforded weaker na under Its control by england heIltDilt1 4a Ul L2ftJMrI been visiting in Chicago this past week Mrs John Duffy has as her guests Misses Mary and Loretta King of Chicago Miss Margaret Lynch spent the visitingMrsMiss Ruth Glenn of the city has peen visiting at Parkview the guest of Mrs Ed Bivens Charles J OConnor and wife have returned from a weeks sojourn at West Baden Springs Miss Nell Finegan of South Sixth street has been ill with malaria- fever for the past week Mrs W J Bryan Crestwood has been entertaining her sister Miss Mary Conway of Chicago Miss Maymo Curl of New Albany visited in English Ind last week the guest of Mrs J D Fleming Dan Sexton has been visiting at Cincinnati this past week and during his stay took in the races at Latonia The marriage of Miss Theresa Miller and Louis McCarthy both of St Matthews will take place Novem ber 11 Mr and Mrs Henderson Rivers were guests the pastweek of Mr and Mrs Charles B Sullivan at Vcr sailles Miss Irene McCabe Crescent Hill LouiegSmith in Chicago returned homo Wednesday Mrs Edward D OConnor and daughter Miss Winifred are home atMarytlnsville Ind DaisyMorrisseybeen visiting Mrs Walter Leachmiin at Springfield Mrs Frank Dolan and Mrs Frank Ellison of Jeffersonvllle were re cent guests of Mrs Ann Watson at Charlestown Ind V K Ecker returned this week from Cincinnati where he had been attending a convention of elevator and machine men Mrs orville Redmon and son have been spending a delightful week 1in Frankfort the guests of Mr and Mrs J V McDermott daughterk guests of Mr and Mrs W S Jones and daughter Nellie at Clark Mr and Mrs Edward Sullivan of South Louisville are spending the parentsMrMiss Eva J Walter returned week from Cincinnati where she ha been visiting as the guest of Mr and Mrs Albert J Geiger of Price HillMr liannapelFlorak for Miss Sarah Mason of Tuscon Ariz and Phil McGovern and Dan Berdew Miss Loretta Conway of Flora Heights was hostess at a Sunday evening dinner for Misses Madeline Canty Ethel Carlton and Rosa Schneider childrenMiss spendIng Hangs mother near Dublin Ireland havebeenEditLewissonville Fla for several weeks thei RockDeer OrVidarIageThursday ceremonybeingCharles Curran- Announcement Is made in Jeffer MissRandEdwintotakeMr returnedwhere they have been visiting their Jrand versity of Michigan Joseph Moonning and bride who returntomorrow attheonthoMr and Mrs J J Glenn announce daughterMissLeeBoyleplace next month and will be a society event of wide interest anddaughter CatherineBurkeNewAlbanyMrheiSmarriage Mrs and Mrs 0 W Alsmiller have announced the engagement of their AmyRobertaBlackburn weddingmostbrflliantyetbeenanyjtations bve peen Issued for the marriage of Hiss Mabel Smith and James puffy Whl hwlll take place at lit Mans of the Knobs parish near Note 4lga Byf on Novem 1 4 r Levys Special 2PANTS SUITS For Men And Big Boy s- 1o 1Purewool well tailor ed goods with TWO pairs of pants to each suit practically TWO suits for the price of one10LEVYS THIRD AND MARKET AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES VULCANIZING DISTRIBUTORS Federal Tires FALLS CITY VULCANIZING CO 1101 East Broadway Free Service ber 10 Both bride and groom are well known in Nqw Albany and Floyd county James Hartlage and bride who was Miss Elenora Jansen will re turn today from their honeymoon trip and make their home on the Taylor boulevard They were mar ried on Wednesday of last week at St Helens church Rev Father Peifer performing the ceremony Mrs James P Edwards and daugh ter Miss Helen Look Edwards left Saturday for Syracuse N Y where they will be the guests of Mrs Ed wards sister Mrs Charles Edward Cooney and Mr Coney Before returning Mrs Edwards and Miss Eff= wards will visitor and Mrs Howard J Pullum in New York A pretty fall wedding was wit nessed Wednesday morning at St James church when Fred A Bauer Jr led to the altar Miss Eleanor Adair Baldwin Rev Father Willett the pastor was the celebrant of the nuptial high mass and performed the marriage ceremony in the presence of a large gathering of relatives and well wishers of the bride and groom prominentd 8NI01TS IIP MUMHR Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsq where The next Indiana State convention will be held at South Bend A large class took the first degree Monday night at Indiaanpolis Over fifty candidates were given the third degree at Denver this monthThis month sixtythree candidates were initiated into the council at Carroll Iowa The fourth degree will be exempli fied on November 8 at Memphis when the class will number 100 Preliminary steps have been taken at Syracuse looking to the organiza tion of a caravan of the Alhambra Roger C Sulllvanv candidate for United States Senator from Illinois is a member of Commodore Barry Council in Chicago The second and third degrees were conferred on a large class from the Hamilton county councils last Sunday at Cincinnati November 15 about fortyfive can didates will take the degrees At Jasper Ind Tho banquet will be held in the Opera House The council at Santa Fe N M celebrated its first anniversary with an impressive Initiation a class of over thirty receiving the three de1 grees Louisville Knights of Columbus declare the address delivered last week by Rev Emmet Kennedy of Mobile one of the Mst ever heard In their club house Quite a few Knights are in the European armies and it has been decided by the National Board to pay insurance to all members who lose their lives In the war The third degree was exemplified for a large class on Sunday In the State Armory at Geneva N Y the work being in charge of State Dep uty William Larkin of NoW York City Thousands attended the bazar of the Knights of Dayton Ohio The proceeds will be placed at the dis posal of the Ladles Sewing Circle for tho annual donation to St Eliza beths Hospital MARRIED AT LEBANON George D Boldrlck and Miss Henrietta Spalding were married Tuesday morning at 430 atBtAugustines church in Lebanon by the Rev Father Crowley The wed ding party left on the 6 oclock train for a short trip East FORESTS IN DANGER Because of drouth conditions there Is considerable tIre danger la the forests of the But this fall Two Governors these otOr ioauuf 9 t c N The Democratic Ticket For Senator Long TermJ C W BECKHAM For Senator Short Term JOHNSON N CAMDEN Appellate Court Third District ROLLIN HURT FOR CONGRESS First District ALBEN WILLIAM BARICLEY Second DistrictDAVID H KINCHELOE ThIrd DIstrIctROBERT YOUNG THOMAS I Fourth District BEN JOHNSON Fifth District SWAGAtt SHERLEY v Sixth District ARTHUR D ROUSE Seventh plstrict TAMES CAMPBELL CANTRILIi Eighth District HARVEY HELM Ninth District WILLIAM JASON FIELDS Tenth DistrictF THOMAS HATCHER Eleventh DistrictNATHANIEL 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 the 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 tho 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 line of party progress and keenly sensitive to tho settled will of the coun tryNew York Democratic Declaration VOTE EO BEN W KLINGFOR BOARD OF EDUCATION Election Nov 3 1914 Economy consistent with Efficiency and Thoroughness 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JJONAGHOE TELLS STORY By James A Rooney LL D Tell that person that he Is not to be a Jesuit but that the Far West will one day resound with the praises of the Children of Mary was the Inspired answer given by a holy Jesuit lay brother one day when asked for his prayers that he might advise a friend according to the will of God No names had been mentioned and no circumstances stated to the good brother yet his decision largely Influenced the Revi Terence James Donaghoe pastor of St Michaels church Philadelphia to forego his Intention of entering the Society of Jesus and also re sulted In his founding the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary In Philadelphia In 1833 Beginning with five zealous mem bers in humble quarters in WllHngs alley near St Josephs church these Sisters form one of the great teach ing orders of the West though little known elsewhere as they have no houses east of Chicago They num ber 1200 members with seventy four convents and schools In which about 28000 pupils receive such an education as only the experienced teaching orders of the church can give Their convents and schools are to be found in most of the dioceses of Iowa and Illinois with many establishments in Missouri Nebraska Montana Colorado and California They conduct about fifty high schools and academies and in Chicago alone they have charge of twentythree parochial schools and four high schools The inspiration that resulted in their establishment is to be looked for during the cholera epidemic of 1831 in Dublin when Mary Frances Clarke Margaret Mann Elizabeth Kelly Catherine Byrne and Rose OToole met in their ministrations among the stricken and began their life work by teaching poor children being privileged at the same time to be of assistance to Mother Catherine McAuley who had just founded the Sisters of Mercy In Baggot street They took a house in North Ann street from which to prosecute their work and their chaplain happened to providential theyheardteachers In America and hither they finally decided to come The cele brant of the last mass at which they assisted In Dublin was a young priest named Peter Richard Kenrick afterward destined to rule over the diocese of St Louis as successor of the Right Rev Joseph Rosati its first Bishop and then to be the first Archbishop of that great see The four named sailed from Liverpool on tho Cassandra July 18 1833 Miss OToole being detained until later by some pressing business affairs They were accompanied by John Early on his way to the Jesuit novitiate at Frederick and Andrew Burns a New York seminarian On arriving at New York their first mis savingsInoverboard as they were leaving the ship The warmth of their welcome to the home of Mrs James Rellly aunt of Mr Burns made them forget their troubles Though Invited by the pastor of old St Peters to re main in the city they adhered to their original Intention and arrived In Philadelphia September 7 with out money friends or arty definite plan Their first visit was to St throughtheMargaretMcDol1ough McDonough the hero of the defense of Fort Erie where ho fell August Donaghoedestlnand fast friend for life With his wonderful gift of dis recognizethethese unheralded pious women and the date of their meetipg September theirannalsand witnessing their efficiency and BishopConwell themIntofore on November 1 they pronounced their ctof consecration received the religious habit at his oftheyearslaterdiedDecemberyearsFather Donaghoo built a new con vent for them of which they took possession September 29 1838 the StMichaelsfire during the ICnownothing riots of Donaghee theCitylabored with continuous zeal and whenthey otIowaatRightRevsee He and Father Donaghoe escorted them to their new home and alsoaccompanied whohadisIrelandLoutsTheirof the Sacred Heart at Dwbmqme was announced to waiting thronge front a J J i LADIESLet Ua Make Your Old Hat Into a New One Our Idea of cleaning Ladles Hats has proven a great success Our forty years in business Is our guar anteeWhen you bring your Hat to us you are bringing It to a Louisville 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 100 Wo 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 I 713 W Jefferson North Side FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers CplO J3MECHR AVIBITLT1T- aleoheae70e2 t SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 I Second and Fourth Thursday Lieder I kranz Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mott Recording Secretary Walter Cusick Financial SecretaryJoseph FarI rellTioasurerThomas I Keenan Sr I SergeantatArms Tlaa Lyons I DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will Iams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan I Recording Secretary John Ttt KeaneyTreasurerJames I WelshJJ SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon I DIVISIONS Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien 8 Recording Secretary John PIPrice Financial SecretaryJohn J Hen= slon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noontt DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth StreetEPresident Tohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryfFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Conne YtSergeantatArmsThomas Far iollSentlnolM J McDermott Y III MAO1ON COUNCIL 205EMeets Monday Evenings at Club- House t 344 North Twentysixth 1 President George J Thornton First Vice President John Ken neISecond Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John n t BarryFinancial SecretaryWill Cassin I J TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalRaymond E Solicit Inside SentinelWilliam Sc ott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive CommitteeF O Ad ams George Slmonls Frank Geiler I W A Link Chas Schuler I the approaching packet boat Dubuque by the ringing of the Angelus I oh a bell the Bishop was bringing for his Cathedral and which was sounded just as the boat rounded an I Island over since called Angelus IslandThey were welcomed by the Bishop I to his own house until their convent could be made ready and on July 5II they opened their first school St Marys and their novitiate on December 8 of the next year with two j candidates Miss Letitia Burke as Sister Mary Agnes and Miss Ellen Hurley as Sister Mary Agatha They never wanted for vocations and they were called on to furnish foundations successively In Davenport Mus catlne Iowa City Des Moines Keokuk and Chicago and now they cover the Western educational field thoroughlyII Father Donaghoe was appointed Vicar General of Dubuque June 3 1845 but he continued to be the friend and director of the Sisters t until his death which took place June 51869ITHANKSGIVING t President Wilson on Wednesday I Issued a proclamation designating Thursday November 28 as Thanksgiving c day President Wilson refers to the toot that the United States Is j at peace while the rest of the world Is at war and also asserts that never I before have the people of our country been so situated for their own advantage or the advantage of their sergethemselves r iiT TIm IRISH TROOPS Now God bless dear old Ireland shes loyal to the core I She knew there would be troubld when she heard the lions roar So she jumped Into her fighting clothesfor she means to take her stand To defend old Englands honor on the sea and on the land For though she sometimes sulks a bit and seems a trifle glum Shes always quick and willing to help her mlther some Heres to the sons of Erin they are as bravo as she is fair When youre dealing with the Irish race you get a deal thats square EVA L CRAWFORD 84Hr South Fifth street I Louisville Ky- CREDITS BILLY SUNDAY Eight more persons presented themselves at the Denver Cathedral rectory to join the class of Instruc tion for converts to the Catholic faith Sixteen persons were already studying a new class having been started only several weeks ago This brings the number of converts In twentyfourAnhas been coming Into the Catholic church in Denver within the last few months I hold the Billy Sunday revival meetings responsible to a large extent for the large influx of HughLSons did not come hero directly as a result of Sundays preaching it is undoubtedly true that he has created a new interest in religion in Denver Hence at least some of the persons who enrolled In our class on Ionday came to the conclusion to look after the welfare of their souls Immediately as a result of Sundays workDenver Register MAJOR RIDGE RECOVERING Major Pat Ridge Night Chief of Police is rapidly recovering from his recent illness and will soon be able to return to his post of duty AUXILIARY EUCHRE The Ladies Auxiliary A O H will entertain with a euchre and lotto in Falls City Hall next Wednesday evening and have secured many available and novel prizes to dispose of during the evening The games will be called promptly at 815 oclock CAKE SALE The ladles of the Entertainment Committee of the Visitation Home for Worklng Girls announce that their big holiday cake sale will take place at the Stewart Dry Goods Com pany on Saturday November 21 and not on Thanksgiving eve as was at first stated IRISH LEAGUE The national convention of the United Irish League of America originally set for November 10 will be opened at New York on December according to an announcement made by Secretary Jordan The bytheBritish Parliament which will require the presence of several Irish members who had planned to attend the convention TURKEY FESTIVAL The first turkey festival of the will be given by the people of Holy Cross parish In the new school hall Thirtyfirst and Broadway on Tuesday evening November 24 In- ddition euchre and lotto will be played in the afternoon and evening when many novelties will be feat PONTIFF SPEAKS ENGLISH The Holy Father Benedict XVI speaks French perfectly and is to some extent proficient in English Its said because of his long diplomatic speaktoownlanguage GOVERNMENTS REPRESENTED The Governments represented of andAmbassadors SpainBelgiumSouthAmerican PRIESTS FROM mELANDI RIght Rev Bishop Donahue has secured three young priests who were recently rdalned in Ireland and will assign them to posts in the themhaveothel1willMINISTERS CONVERTED The names of sixty clergymen England since 1910 are printed in the London Tablet With them have come layfriendsHINTS ON STYLE greatdemand withlongTucked net waists and collars are coming in The sway of the sash is literally unboundedDark amongtheHomespuns and tweeds are good style for the young tfgthePlain serge skirts era now being made with box plaits Little girls cape coats fare charming and practical military It looks as 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have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give xxa call at our warerooms 31831 West Green St New Muldoon Monumiit Gi JIAIL THIS KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN COUPON ob r dm4 ABLER PIANO FAOTORY Twenty nlnthnd Chestnut Ste- q 3 o4If7A 9 y nomisYii scy- xpi y 4 Gentlemen o Without any obligation on any part to parofcasa AO cfor pay for anytklao please rend ae free sad y l19 x pall yoar Piano Book and tall information afeea atieflinos andlayerPiano ITasier I JUOrMw r1 TILE 7AOIORY PRIOR IS TUX LOWEST PRIOH ALWAYS I- g i UCK ii AM RICANIt i i J tJ jo t J f i i to i IIi 1111 tit tt t II Itlll1 r t ti II o What the Club Plan Is And What It Means to You The Club Plan is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as urriituro Carpets Hugs etc When you Join the biiib Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for Jjoining for balance Tho membership too on a 2300 purchase would bo 75cTho membership fro on a 5000 purchase would be 100 if Tho membership foo on greater purchases wquia of course bo In proportion i You are then asked to pay Id per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For Instance on a 2500 purchase you pay 2 BO 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 purchased at our cash prlceswhether special or regularyou aroiimore clearly seo that our membership fee Is nothing In with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods the privilege of time payments FUItXITUIlB CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON TIm CLUB TLAN Any further Information regarding the Club Plan will be cheerfully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor e ifiiaaiiijilcsTABUSHED INCORPORATED t Couponst1001 31t4r8 tol 4I+t I t tIS 1111 S I I II t 11 S 4- IfcNNNOIiKN 0 FOR GOODNESS SAKE EATc Rvt MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South restlse t 1111 t 1 11oJ1 11 HJo 11 tIt S nJ + 1nS What Does Pay Day Mean to You 16 you spend carelessly thinking only of the next pay cn velope to come An account with this Safe Conservative 00Year Bank will stop the leaks It will make one mindful of the little ox penditures and more careful of tho largo ones With money In bank on Pay Day the 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 sayings accounts BANKtUnderStateGovernment Supervision F li lIH++H 11 101 1 tIll t t It I n UOU III I 1 Jo1oH I I I Sol S I i 1 + NNN HI- ss For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE A My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE StreetJf 4 WEWANT YOUR WORK y Were Prepared to tic tt Promptly1 I I and in FirstClass Style PRINTINGCards Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PhONE 946 I I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN BlO WliC ra- IlIA GFUEg11r STRBJi 1p u tt + IiI4 + I + + + l ++ +4+ + + i++4++++ i V + 4 +Ia FRANK A OHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES r You Can Make a Square Meal ot Our Round Stack Ntl NNfINpIIR900 fraastreet I LkbdMIuM 11 f 1 i tiG1 f 0 14 f The Firm Name of American Machine Co Has Beeii Changed To American Elevator and Machine Co j INCORPORATED To More Readily Define the Character of the Business PASSENGER AND FREIGHT ELEVATORS GENERAL MACHINE WORK ELEVATOR REPAIRING IRON CASTING JACKSON AND MAIN STREETS r HIBERNIANSI What They Have Been Doing the Pat WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 will meet Monday evening and Division 2 on Thursday eveningThe election of division officers will soon attract the attention of membersDivision 34 of Brooklyn Is educat ing the son of one of Its members for the priesthood Division 3 meets Monday night when tho members will hear reports of much Interest Division 3 Is contemplating the building of a tennis and handball court in the spring II Con Ford President of Division 2 Is endeavoring to round up some new members for his division Many members of the order will attend the bazar given at St Pat ricks Hall which closes tonight During the coming months special effort should be made by all division to get young members Into the orderCounty President P J Boylan re ports that the order Is progressing satisfactorily In Brooklyn and Kings countyCounty President Heafeys report at the biennial convention showed the order In good condition at OmahaDenver Hibernians started theiV membership campaign this week with a big social dance In Fraternal Union Hall- Division 3 is expecting a big class for their Initiation next Monday evening in their hall on Port land aVenue More than 150 delegates were In attendance at the Essex county convention of the Ladles Auxiliary at kaverhlll Mass National President McLaughlin of Philadelphia will install the Brook lyn County Board officers at the November meeting Last Sunday was get together and Initiation day for the Hibernians of Columbus Ohio A large class was received Into the order To increase Its funds for the dls Bemlnatlon of a knowledge of Irish history Milwaukee Hibernians held a benefit at the Davidson Theater President Con Ford and Secretary John Keaney call upon the members of Division 2 to attend the regular monthly meeting next Thursday nightThe county convention held at edlmondtitle and expressed hppe for complete autonomy for Ireland Officers of Division 1 are some what disappointed over the small attendance at the two last meetings Members owe It to the division to be present at least once a month Local members were sorry tb learn of the recent death of FranR Carleton the professional who took part in the St Patricks day celebra tion at Masonic Theater In 1913 Reports of the various divisions Niagara county at the convention held at Niagara Falls showed the order in flourishing condition J IU Mahoney of Lockport was elected County President Members should remember that Division 1 now meets on the second and fourth Tuesday night oil the month at Llederkranz Hall Sixthand Walnut All are urged to be piss ant at the next meeting National Director Miles F Mc Partland is making a whirlwind campaign in Brooklyn with the object atI Increasing the membership No hlngIless than a membership of Kings county before the end of his term In 1916 will satisfy hljn The thirtyseven divisions of the Ladies Auxiliary ot Allegheny county recently tendered a banquet at the Monongahela louse Pitts burgh to their newly elected State President Miss Margaret McQuaide who was presented a diamond neck lace and a bouquet Boyd county Hibernians have an active President In Thomas F iic Aree whose name was inadvertently omitted in the re ortof the cotiiity electron held at Ashland He will be ably assisted by Vice President M J Ryan They propose to put Ashland In the front rank of Huber nianlsm Dedicating the now hall and build lug of the Hibernians at Alblna Orel Archbishop Christie said 1 take great pleasure in congratulating the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Ladles Auxiliary upon the completion of their new homea work which fittingly crowns their thirty seven years of organized activity in this city These organizations have ever been loyal to church and country Their aim has been thatofIntelligent and highminded Catholic men and women WELCOME VISITOR I Joseph R Garry who had a lead lag role in The Dummy at Mae theweekKentucky Irish American office Mr Garry has appeared in Louisville before and has made many friends nre He Is one of the charter iDem Bern of the Catholic Actors Guild organized early this year aNew Xoac City by Cardinal Frey and- Re John Talbot Smith The Cathn phi Actors Guild aims to do the sa m work among Roman Catholics Ini He profession aa the Actors Chttch Alliance hajj accbEOpltehed In rec t years Mr Garry Las visited man lishopeand priietsIn cities Iin iptereetiofJ J kepII11 llour t d wit vf itieg Catholic ifi 4- F 1flJ r er I To Relieve Suffering Humanity 8 wkata good nights retire worn out my home cares were vaey heavy and had no one to help me tgionldor the burden This thought near ly drove me frantic and mr health Wall but at this writing I found Pastor Koenlga Nerve Tonic and BOW feel that I am myself again That oppressive feeling on my brain dlsap peared like magic after the first dose of the Tonic and refreshing sleep returned and elm my health for which I hope that the TonIc long to relieve uoehspare Yrs McMahon Pa says troubled him since the last two or three rears FREE tltlqloJfJ ID11I ae6lchhimA Valuable Book on Nervous Dtooaseo end a Simple bottle to any iddmi Poor pr tlecti also get the medicine free Prepared by REV FATHER KOBNIO III Fort WQce liId tint 1315 and now by tile KOENIG MED CO Chicago HI 62 W Lake Street near Dearborn IIsU by DruggistI et SlIer bottti 6 for as Large Size for 59 AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tory of America By James A Rooney LL D November 2 1876 Death of the Very Rev Jose Maria Gonzales Rubio O F M at Santa Barbara Cal administrator of tho diocese of Monterey with power to con firm from 1840 to 1861 born in Guadalajara Mexico In 1804 ar rived In California missions i 1833 November 3 1899 Death of the Right Rev Louis De Qoesbrland first Bishop of Burlington Vt born at St Urbaln Flnistere France August 4t 1816 ordained at St Louis July 30 1840 consecrated October 30 1863 cele brated golden jubilee of his ordina tion July 17 1890 November 4 1768 Abbe Joseph Peter Pico de Iilmoelan de Clorl vlere born at Brons Brittany Major General In the war In La Vendee came to America entered St Marys Seminary and was or dained in 1812 director and bene factor to Sisters of Visitation Georgetown died there Septem ber 29 1826 i November 6 1828Purchase of Dennis Doyles place on the Middle Road the site of did present St Patricks Cathedral New York for a common cemetery for St Peters St Marys and St Patricks churches at a cost of 5600 property reserved for the future Cathedral by Archbishop Hughes who laid cornerstone August 15 1858 onehalf of the plot was sold fol40OOO in 1881 November 6 1788Bull Issued by Plus VI establishing the diocese of Baltimore and appointing the Right Rev Jphn Carroll as first BIshop with jurisdiction over the United States November 7 1900 Trinity College Washington for the higher educa tion of Catholic women opened by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur with twentytwo students cornerstone laid December 8 1899 RECENT DEATHs The funeral of Mrs Kate Mc Namara was held Monday morning from St Louis Bertrands church of which she had been long a faith ful member She was sixtyfive years old and the greater part of her life had been spent here Mrs Joseph Coles a sister 1007 Dumesnll street survives her Murphy Garrett twentyone yeare of age and held In high esteemby a wide circle of friends died Friday night at the homo of hla sister Mrs Ella G Thomas 712 South Thirteenth street Besides his sister he leaves one brother Lee Garrett The funeral was held Monday morning from the Sacred Heart church Rey Father Walsh officiating at the requiem hih massa Carl J dbrecht aged thirtythree years was stricken suddenly Monday morning and died five hours later at the City Hospital where he was received in an unconscious condition The deceased was widely known and news of his death came asn great shock to his relatives and friends Ho was unmarried but is survived by two brothers The funeral was held Wednesday morning frpifi St Brigida church Rev Father Jansen officiating at the mass of requiem Monday morning the last sad rites over the remains of Mrs Elizabeth Russ beloved wife of Capt Michael Russ of tko No 14 Engine Company were held at Bt Elizabeths church many mourning friends attending the solemn obeequfee Mrs Russ was loved for her amiable dJs 1osl tion and Christian virtues which shone forth during her long illness borne with patience and fortitude Besides her husband she left six sons two daughters and ten grandchildren TUitlCEx FESTIVAL StWI111amttirlfey oral to bVgiven in the h of hail Thirteenth and Q ak IJOvetabart for the ilstifMttire f x IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Dr Bradley of Gortln has been elected Medical Officer for the Tempo Dispensary district The late Richard Hague of Elphin left estate amounting to 30490 which he left to his family The death Is announced of E H Burke M P He represented the Tullamore division of Kings county for the past fourteen years At the CnrrickonShannon Quar ter Sessions Judge Brown was presented with white gloves which sig nify that there was no criminal businessThe Is announced of Mat thew Poter of Newry He was suc cessful in the wheelwright business and was much respected for his truth and honesty- A beautiful Calvarythe gift of Mr and Mrs Donnelly of Belfast has been unveiled in St Peters church Lurgan by the Very Rev M B McConville The death took place at the South Pesentatlon Convent Cork at the age of eightyfour of Sister Mary Aloysius Nagle who was In the order for sixtyfour years A farm of land the property of Miss Hayden of Maplestown con taining sixtyfive acres was recently sold at auction for 4300 The purchaser was Joseph Byrne The Very Rev M Canon Barrett President of St Colmans College Fermoy has been appointed to the Senate of the National University In room of the late Very Rev A Canon MurphyThe Lunacy Inspectors report on Monaghan Asylum shows a decrease ttof eight patients In the total number of Inmates as compared with last year Tho number admitted during the year was 116 The death Is announced of Brother Fabian Keneally Provincial ChristianBrotherswas born in Knocktosh County Limerick In March 1855 Michael Murphy a shoemaker was arrested and conveyed to the deten tion prison in Spike Island It is alleged that he was distributing thetroopsposition pensary district after a service of regretting passedbyThe Ferns corps of the Irish Na tional volunteers decided at a recent originalProvisional the interests of Ireland above those of Great Britain or any other coun try I The death of William Allis of Donchill is much regretted In 67 he was among the band of patriots who assembled at Ballyhurst He was arrested under Forsters coercion act and served a long term in Kilkenny Jail Three shots were fired at the house of Michael Waldron Wood park Ballyhaunis but took no ef fect Waldron a recently returned IrishAmerican purchased a farm for which the tenants had been negotiating for the purpose of having their holdings enlarged Two sudden deaths occurred in Ballymote within a short time A man named Michael Clare was found dead on his knees by the side of his bed In his house He was ailing for some time Thomas Morrison of Newtown also died rather suddenly He was living alone and It was not thought necessary to hold an inquest QUIETLY WEDDED Saturday evening the marriage of Miss Anna Louise Cassllly and Joseph D Scholtz both prominent in localI society circles was quietly solemnized at the rectory of St Louis Bertrand church The cere mony was performed by the Rev Father Crowley in the presence of the members of the families of the bride and groom The bride who entered with her father Louis Vin cent Cassllly wore a tailored suit of dark blue wool velvet With this She wore a closel fitting black hat and a corsage bouquet of orchids Mr and Mrs Scholtz left for Ashe ville NC wh re they Will spend several weeks and upon their return to Louisville will go to housekeeping at 1230 Maryland avenue EUCHRE MID LOTTO The Young Ladles Sodality ost Walnutwillat Trinity Council Hall Baxter and Morton avenue on November 10 This sodality has been very successful in all its entertainments and the young ladles will endeavor to 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