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WE DO- PRINTINGI fiRST CLASS WORK Gtr Ibis QUice Your Next Order VOLUME XXXIII NO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 14 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS HELP POOR I Charitable Organlzalions to Now Begin HardWork of the Year Vincent Ian s Freely and Generously Aid Sufferers of All Religions Stands Without a Peer Among the Societies Composed of Laymen THEIR WORK DONE QUIETLY Tho winter season brings Its obli gations Tho various charitable or ganizations must now begin the real i hard work of tho year First among them as In all good things is the old Mother Church Sometimes complaint is made that the Catholic church Is not active in work to the poor The explanation says our neighbor the Indiana Catholic may bo found in the fact that the church does not have a publicity bureau The foundling asylums orphanages homes of the Good Shepherd hos pitals and homes for the aged con ducted by Catholic sisterhoods are doing more real charity than all the other philanthropic institutions in tho country Their work is done so quietly that you seldom hear of it If statistics of the charity they are doing were published it would surprise those who are not familiar with Catholic charity and might open the eyes of some of the enemies of the church Winter will mean extra work for all these charities It will be par ticularly hard on the St Vincent do Paul Society This society has no endowment from which to draw funds It must depend on the free will offerings of tho people and it Is worthy of every assistance There are many organizations in this country founded for the purpose of relieving the poor some under the auspices of the various churches and some of nonsectarian character The St Vincent de Paul Society out a ranks them all It has virtues that none holds in common with It While the first visible work of the society is to visit tho poor and re lievo their sufferings the Vin contlans are profoundly convinced that Christian charity bas a wider and broader field than temporal relief As men of deep religious con victions they view the present life on the background of the super natural To the relief of the suf ferings of the flesh they add the consolations of the opirlt They know that material assistance is only half the work of charity Their ob beet Is to permanently improve the conditions of the poor To accom plish this they impart that interior peace and consolation which Is the tvl product of religious faith Tho society never draws the de nominational line It is not open to the slightest suspicion of being a proselytizing organization It freely and generously helps the poor of all religions or of no religion Tet there are many distinctly spiritual works that it can do only with those of its own faith Through the St Vincent de Paul Society visitor many a Catholic child Is sent to the parish school Many families are brought back to the practice of their relig ion By this intimate knowledge of conditions as well as the good will and gratitude which follows kind ness in time of poverty or sickness he can frequently accomplish results which even the pastor could not hope for under other conditions Far above all the virtues of the St Vincent de Paul Society is the motive that prompts the members in their work It Is not a philan thropic society It is not a species of altruism or humanitarian effort It Is a society based on a real con ception of the charity of Christ The motive of the work is supernatural To the Vincentlan this is not a sentiment but a living reality Ho is never allowed to forget it Is never unconscious of it While his im portant object Is to help the poor it Is done solely for the honor and glory of God In the poor he sees Christ It Is for Christ he works and to Christ he ministers Ho ex pects no word of praise from his fellowmen He wants no compensa ingratitude to his efforts he is not worried He remembers that it was work for GodF and he is willing to await Gods verdictThis Is the character that Indi vidualizes the St Vincent de Paul Society It is an organization work Ing with natural instruments but with a motive and an end that transcends the natural order It is linking the human with the Divine That such wonders have beep aficoin pushed by it is not surprising when one knows its character It is cer- o tain no organization based on purely natural motives no matter how worthy or exalted could accomplish accomplishedinIt stands without peer among the ocietiM composed of laymen There is none either in the church or out of it that can so properly expect the IUJltortof the people Its members and officers serve without salaries or perquisites of any kind livery dollar contributed to the society iit purpoH8forjvhlehUII The 8t Vincent de Paull Society wil probably 1N forced soon to ask q 1 7 t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN for aid In the name of tho charity of Christ Vre speak for a generous response I LITERARY TREAT ASSURED Dr J W Fowler besides being Superintendent of tho City Hos pital is counted one of the best all around literary men In Louisville At one time he was associate editor of the Midland Review and at present is a regular contributor to lead- Ing medical Journals He is a mem ber of the Louisville Literary Club and one of the most enthusiastic members of the Knights of Columbus Literary Club Under his auspices a fine programme has been arranged for November 20 Two members of other literary clubs and tho Glee Club of Council 390 will take part Much interest in the forthcoming meeting is manifested by the K of C from the fact that literary clubs outside of its membership havo been invited to spend the evening with them The following programme has been arranged for the occasion Opening addressChairman Dr J W Fowler MusicSong by Knights of Columbus Olee Club AddressW W Thum Tonor soloJoseph Hubbuch Address Bon S WasherIMusic songThp Star Spangled Banner by K of C Glee Club During the singing the following young ladles will wave Old Glory Misses Marie Bannon Dorthy Cas silly Mary Fitzgerald and Mary GreeneAddressOur Poets Thomas WalshAddressSelections from Shakespeare Thomas C Mapother AddressFather Ryan Ben C ElderMusic songKnights of Colum bus Glee Club DIVISION 4S GUEST Thomas W Tarpy State Vice President of tho A O H was the guest of Division 4 at tho meeting in Bertrand Hall last Monday evening and was called upon by President John H Hennessy to obligate Harry T Colgan to membership after which he complimented the division on its wide awako spirit and said he was proud to seo tho interest taken by the young men of the division Ho also invited the members to at tend the social session of Division 1 the invitation being accepted with thanks S J McElllott gave quite an interesting talk on his recent trip through the automobile plants of Detroit and stated our largest railroad shops here could be placed in one corner of the big plants there and also detailed how the different parts were constructed and the care used making theme uniform Before the close of the meeting prayers theSoulwho died Monday morning BIG Y M I DAY Tomorrow will be a big day for Mackin Trinity and Unity Councils and the Y M I of the Falls Cities The three councils will conduct a Joint initiation at Trinity Hall Baxter and Morton avenue beginning at 2 oclock when a class of 100 young men will be received into this most excellent Catholic organization Tho Joint degreo team will put on the work at the conclusion of Which chartered cars will convey the mem bers and candidates to the Seelbach Hotel where an elaborate banquet will be served at 7 oclock with James B Kelly presiding as toast master Rev Patrick Monaghan will offer the invocation and re sponses to toasts will be made by Mayor John H Buschemeyer Rev Father Francis Felten Eugene Coonoy Gustave Weineman and At torney A J Blzot This initiation has been looked forward to with much interest and will doubtless at tract one of the largest Y SE I gath erings held in Louisville MARYK OLLS FIRST AVOSTLE Tile first priest from the new American Seminary for Foreign Missions was ordained on Tuesday November 10 The ceremony took place at the Cathedral in New York and Cardinal Fancy officiated The newly ordained who holds the en viable distinction of being the first of what all Catholics hope will be a long and memorable list of Ameri can apostles from Maryknoll is the Rev Daniel Leo McShane Father McShane is a native of Columbus Ind and received his classical training in St JosepHs College Rensselaer in that State He en tered St Marys Seminary In Balti more five years ago as a subject of the Bishop of Rockford Ill and three years later when the American Foreign Mission Seminary was opened offered himself with Bishop Muldoons generous endorse ment as one of its pioneer students The ordination of this first young American apostle was to have been very quietly effected but New York Catholics are keenly alive to the foreign mission idea and the cere mony which had been planned for the Cardinals residencechapel was carried out In the great Cathedral The entire student body of the Cathedral attended with a large body of the faithful and among those present in the sanctuary was the well known Mill Hill missioner Right Rev Bishop Blersnans of Uganda British East Africa and the Very Rev John J Dunn f lRmSTSHONORED Bishop Charles E McDonnell of announcedtherank of Monsignor They are the Rev Michael O Flannery rector of St Taula church and the Key John P Hoffman rector of t Nicholas chart This aiakee fire priests fa1 Brooklyn who have been M honored I YA ILLITERACY Proves Heavy Handicap to Men and Women Despite TheIri AbilityI Lieut Gov Edward J McDcr inott Commends New Campaign Points Out the Great Incentiv- Por Womans Forward Movement APPEAL TO OUR SYMPATHY Kentucky is now Inaugurating an earnest campaign against adult illiteracy which has tho full and merited support of every class and creed The movement will be launched in Louisville next Tuesday evening in connection with which Lieut Gov McDermott has written the following No one can doubt that an illiterate man or woman is at a great disad vantage in life and has not the full possible value to tho city or State To remove such a handicap by our efforts is nn act of charity and a duty we owe to our neighbor and to ourselves The want of a primary education makes the earning of a living harder makes life less agreeable and satisfactory and to some extent unfits a man for the proper performance of his public duties in this day The illiterate man not be- Ing fully qualified as a voter or a Juror is a handicap to his better qualified neighbor and to tho community An ignorant man in one county may nullify tho vote of tho most intelligent man In his own county or in some other county and by reason of his limitations may be partly responsible for an unjust verdict in court Even in war an edu cated man has more value than an illiterate Occasional exceptions do not change the rule and while we admit that some enthusiasts expect too much of mere schooling it is nevertheless too clear for argument that illiteracy Is a disadvantage that we must strive by all reasonable means to remove The census of 1910 showed that in the United States there were five and a half millions of people who could not read or write Of these Ii DkrCe0taoTe lltea2Bp c nl of them being native born and 30 per cent being foreign born About 40 per cent of the total number were negroes and 2 per cent were Indians Chinese etc Of those liv ing in villages towns and cities less than 1 per cent were whites and more than 17 per cent wore negroes Four out of five of the Illiterates were over twenty yearo old Of the white voters 84 percent were illiterate about half of the number were native born Of the negro voters 337 per cent were illiterate In Kentucky there wore 87516 illiterate men of whom 60147 were white natives 1382 were foreign born whites and 25958 negroes In Louisville 59 per cent of the voters were illiterate 14 be ing native whites less than 1 percent being foreign born and 203 per cent being negroes The generous efforts of the people of Kentucky in late years have greatly reduced the number of Illit erate children but there are stlll many Illiterate adults who had not the advantage of education in child hood or youth and who can still be taught the elementary branches That has been well proven by the successful work of Mrs Cora Wilson Stewart in Rowan cpunty and by teachers elsewhere In fact it is as tonishing to see bow quickly men and women In middle age or even in old age havo learned to read and write and to learn simple arithmetic and to acquire tho rudiments in other essential elements of knowledge The zeal with which many old men and women have studied in the night schools in the villages and In the country and the speed with which they have advanced must surprise storySuchto our sympathy To enable them to read and write and to make their own calculations in their business lotinof instruction and entertainment to make youth and middle age more successful and to make old ago less monotonous and more cheerful Illiteracy makes men more exposed than others to fraud and hence makes them more suspicious of oth ers in their dealings To be unable to write to our loved ones or to be unable to read in private the letters of business or the tender words of affection that come from kindred and friends is no slight Impediment in life If we can by any reasonable effort relieve our less fortunate neighbors of these privations and discouragements of these stumbling blocks in their pathway we should do it with pleasure The need of education of the right kind la greater now than in former years The struggle for existence is harder The need of innocent diversion which good botoks supply Is greater because the temptations to dissipations I also are greater So Iongas the taxes on the thrifty are not made ex money1sInaddingcontent of those wh6 need and wan the blessing of knowledge and miBtal development I 4 c i d COMING EVENTS November 1415 i Euchre and lotto Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hos pital November 1718 Autumn festival of St James church in parish hall November 20 Euchre and lotto St Louis Bertrandi church after noon and evening I Monday November 23 Candy i pulling in St Patricks school hall j Thirteenth and MarketJ JNovember 23Turkey festival fot benefit of St WilllamB church In parish hall- Tuesday November 24 Turkey festival euchre andillotto of Cecillan Charity Club i 2GDanceeub In Mackin Council Hall- November 25 Euchre and lotto by Division 3 A O H at Heptasoph HallOOOOOOIOOOOOOON00000000 00OOOOOOIOOOOOOON00000000RECENT James Mahoney fortyflvo years of age and a respected member ot St Georges parish was released from his arthly sufferings Monday night after a long j illness at his home 1823 West Onmsby avenue The funeral was held Wednesday morning Rev Father Weiss officiat ing at the mass of requiem Mrs Nora Gannon aged eighty two and one of tho oldest members of St Charles congregation was called into eternal rest Monday night She was a native of Ken tucky and resided at 2613 Magazine street Her funeral took place Wednesday morning Rev Charles P Raffo conducting the solemn services 1 The funeral of Mrs Mary Cornock wife of William Cornock 3210 West Kentucky street was held Monday morning from Holy Cross church Mrs Cornock Whb was fortysix years old was sometime ago stricken with tuberculosis and had borne her Illness with Christian patience and fortitude Besides her husband threo sons survive her Funeral services over tho remains of Daniel Relihan were held Monday morning at St Joins church His death followed a lingering illness at the home of his sister Mrs J J i Breunig 420 South Wenzel street Besides one brother Patrolman Michael Relihan ho leaves three sis ters The deceased had a wide ac quaintance by whom his death is deeply mourned Many friends and relatives were deeply grieved when they learned that Mrs Julia Connaughton had passed to her eteraalrreward at the residence oI MrnJVilliain Cushing 1301 Hull street The deceased was seventyseven years old and had a wide acquaintance in this city Frankfort and throughout the State Her funeral was held Sunday from St Aloysius church and was largely attended The funeral of Thomas Welsh aged seventyfive was held Saturday morning from St Louis Bertrands church of which he had long been a faithful member Mr Welsh was a native of Ireland but he came to Louisville in his youth and almost his entire life had been spent in tho employ of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company Surviving him are his wife Mrs Margaret Welsh 1117 South Seventh street and a number of nephews Mrs Mary Smith sixtyfive years of age wife of Thomas J Smith died Monday night at her home 3235 West Chestnut street Be sides her husband she Is survived by four daughters Misses Katie Mary and Georgie Smith and Mrs F J Eschrich The funeral was con ducted Thursday morning from St Charles Borromeo church Two grandsons John and Frank Smith and four nephews Hugh John and George Smith of Laurel county and Edward Smith of Hardln county were the pallbearers Michael J Ruhan a member of Division 4 and one of the most highly respected Hibernians of Louis ville for thirtyeight rears a trusted employe of the American Express Company and known to business men throughout the city died early Mon day morning at the home of his sis ter Mrs Sallie Curley 2121 Bank street The deceased had beeen in the money order department of the company and his duties required him to visit almost every business house in Louisville He had a wide acquaintance and was one of the most valued employes of tho Ameri can His funeral was held Wednes day morning from St Cecilias church Ho was fiftysix years old and unmarried but leaves several sisters SAORED HEART RETREAT The Rev Father Edwin C P arrived here last week from St Paul Kan arid has entered upon his duties as Vice Rector at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg ad Father Edwin succeeds Rev Benedict Hanley C P who is how in Iowa arranging to open a Passlonist monastery in Dee Moines of which he will be Superior His work for the last year has been principally in that State and the need of a house of the order there was noted He Is expected back In Louisville in a few weeks to wind up hIs affairs here be fore going permanently to Iowa APPOINTED TO ATJSTRAIJA rrjfRlght Revpr Henry O S A- Tho was recentlyI consecrated to the eq Augustiniantroh CountYWexJtj N oKKtenSenelaHd Australia MDERMOTT Announces Ills Candidacy For Democratic Nomination For Governor Strong Logical Card Issued by Lieutenant Governor in Entering State Candidates Need Stronger Snpprfrt Than Hotel Lobby Politicians THREE FOR R R COMMISSIONER Lieut Gov Edward J McDermott is the first to officially enter the contest for the Democratic nomina tion for Governor and in a card to the public reviews his career with partInthe State There is logic and reason in every lino of his opening state ment and the press throughout the State receive his announcement with much favor many declaring them selves as supporters of his cause believing that he is the logical man for the nomination and one who would attract many independent votes to the Democratic State ticket next year Lieut Gov McDermott says in part In 1911 many of the prominent men of tho party In Kentucky pressed me hard to run for Lieu tenant Governor Feeling that I could not afford to neglect for any time my practice at tho bar I re fused for six weeks to consent but at last less than six weeks before the primary election a very short time to mako a canvass of the whole State against a strong long active and popular opponent I reluotantly consented to make tho race because the men urging mo torun said that In their opinion my services would help the whole Democratic ticket and be of some benefit to tho State To the best of my ability I have served both tho party and the State not only as President of the Senate but also as Governor whenever Gov Mc Creary has been absent from the StateAt the request of tho National Democratic Committee in every Presidential campaign for fourteen years I have made many speeches for the ticket in Kentucky and in many of the Northern and Eastern States Many of our best citizens in every walk of life and of every part of the State have urged me to run and I have determined to do it In numerable times in past years I have been called upon by men of every calling and every faith and every party to help worthy causes with my time money and labor and rarely have I refused My tongue and pen have always been at the service of my city State and party In the election of 1911 Gov McCrearys majority over Judge ORear was 31335 by the official count Mine over Judge Brlstow was 30644 The official vote for the Democrats elected on the State ticket as published in the newspa pers at the time was as follows McDermott 221534 Crccelius 220959 Gnrnebt 221260 Bos worth 220959 Rhea 220660 Newman 220606 Homlett 221086 Greene 220843 It will thus be seen that the voters of Ken tucky were especially generous to me among so many able and popular men In 1915 the head of tho Demo cratic tl6ket will meet a reunited Republican party and our leader must have the desire and the ability to defend the record of the State administration and the National ad ministration from any unjust attack I believe it will be admitted that I can and will do that task fairly well now as I did in 1911 I believe the people will elect me Certainly they can rely on my doing what I can for the honor of the party and the fur ther advancement of our Common wealth Although nearly all the pledges of the platform of 1911 have been carried out there is yet much to be done to satisfy the people of the State All my life has been a preparation for such a task and I dhould be glad to have a chance to perform it It is also rumored that Auditor Bosworth Commissioner Newman and Judge John F Hager will announce In the next few days for the Governorship now that Lieut Gov McDermott has paved the way and with their entry the announcements for the other State offices will fol low In short order and it goes with out saying that a great amount of the campaigning will be done right here in Louisville which is now the banner district of the State from a Democratic standpoint This cam paigning is sure to be done too among tho boys In the trenches tho ward and precinct workers the candidates not putting much faith in the promises of the high and lofty Democrats that frequent the Seel bach lobby and attempt to speak forth Democrats of Louisville their sole stock in trade being a contribu tion to the campaign fund Hot which they receive much advertising but as for mixing with the common herd of voters in a primary contest there is nothing doing An other favorite plan of this class is toco1iductachaln letter campaign for some pet measure or project these being sent to public officials etc warning them of their duties or obligations but atthe same timekeeping the sender in the limelight a U of publicity The prospective candi dates allying themselves with this class of support aro doomed to defeat as the hotel lobby campaigners are sure to prove a veritable Sin bad of the sea for anyone to carry From present indications there will be a threecornered race for Railroad Commissioner in the Sec ond district which includes the Vote of Louisville and Jefferson county Hon George B Cack Barrett who has already received many pledges of support John E Newman of Bardstown and Billy Klalr the present Commissioner the latter not officially entering the race but is expected to declare himself In a few daysIn the different Legislative dis tricts in this county there has been no official announcements but all of the present Representatives are ex pected to be candidates for reelection with the possible addition ot Logan Rock in the Fortyeighth his name being mentioned frequently while Senator Kite Huffaker will probably be without opposition for the only Senatorial nomination to be madoln this section The announcement of the candi dates for the Circuit JUdgeships are expected before the holidays while Frank Dugan Is the one bet for the nomination for Circuit Clerk with popular Bob Kaltenbacher for merly of that office being mentioned JoltbnyPagein that office also named as a starter NOMINATE OFFICERS Last Sunday afternoon the St Joseph Orphan Society held a largely attended and enthusiastic general meeting in St Boniface school hall when the following were nominated for central officers for the coming yearPresltIentJoseph Schildt and Herman Steinlago Vice PresidentJohn Tobe and D LubbersRecording SecretarYF A Kopp and Dr C J Giesler Financial SecretarYSebastian O Hubbuch and A H Huckenbeck Corresponding Secretary Nlc Bosler and John Hubbuch TreasurerJ Ratterman and George Bohr The parish branches of the society will nominate officers and delegates at meetings to be held tomorrow and the general election will take place on the third Sunday in December President Schilds annual re halhadLAID TO REST Death claimed John Heinzman one of the best known and most popular members of tho Louisville police force Tuesday morning at his igthismade lifetime friends of all with wham he came In contact Twenty years ago he was appointed to the police force and was made Station MayorHeadhe had been honored with several offices In the Louisville Police Union and for the past two years had been Its Treasurer Surviving him are his mother Mrs Julia Heinz man a brother George Heinzman and four sisters Miss Mayme Heinz man Mrs Albert Arts Mrs Harry J Couchman and Mrs William Fiedler the latter residing at Frankfort The funeral was conducted from Holy Name church Friday morning Rev John OConnor being the celebrant of the requiem high mass GRIEVES HOLY FATHER Pope Benedict writing under date of October 25 sent a paternal letter to the Archbishop of Mexico com forting him and the Mexican epis copacy In their distressing situation in that they havo been almost all forced into exile The Pontiff en= courages tho Mexican clergy to trust In a better future and says that ho adds his prayers to theirs for the triumph of the church and of Justice In the meanwhile ho sends them money for tho aid of such priests as havo been deprived of their possessions as well as to succor the congregations driven from their homes He regrets that his poverty does not permit him to send more Reports received at the Vatican depict as disastrous the present con dition of tho Catholic church In Mexico According to this informa tion priests have been expelled from their dioceses and exiled to Vera Cruz or to the United States sacred Images have been broken and trampled upon and churches have been used for barracks stables and public dancing halls Mexican lead ers have not refrained from perse cuting the church according to these reports to the Vatican Gen Villa ordered the hanging of Jesuit Chris tian Brothers and Gen Carranza ordered the confiscation of property of the clergy The Vicar General of Mexico under threat of pillage of the chiirches was obliged to give up the administration of the arch diocese and the Catholic University the Archplshoprlc and several Catholic colleges at Puebla were con verted into barracks These reports contain a long list of Indignities to the church which include insults to the clergy and cries of Down with the Pope PEACE FOR THESE Two hundred strong healthy looking young Irishmen arrived in New York last Saturday on the Lap land from Queenstown having emigrated to avoid going to the front and fighting against their con science When the ship was being made fast at her pier a dozen of the Irishmen sat on the Tall forward singing the itoorus Its a Long Way to Tlpperary and one of them added and the longer away you get the better iit isI for your healthr n w af AJ WE DO- PRINTING k FIRST CUSS WORK Give Tins Office Your Next Order 1 UNVftDt i Statue to Gen James Shields Who Was Solon From Three States Represented Illinois Minnesota and Missouri In the Upper Mouse Was With Gen Scott When Ho Captured the City of Mexico BORN IN TYRONE IRELAND Tho statue erected in the Court House yard at Carrollton Missouri to the memory of Gen James aShields the only man who ever represented three StatesIllinois Minnesota and Missouri in tho United States Senate was unveiled on Thursday with elaborate and1m pressive ceremonies The statue was erected with an appropriation of 10000 passed by the last Missouri Legislature through the efforts of State Senator William G Busby Tho Governor appointed tho following named Carrollton citizens as a committee to select the statue and superintend its erection H C r Brown H J Wilcoxson and Edward A DickinsonThe selected the model made by Frederick C Hibbard of Chicago and let tho contract to him for 9000 The statuo is eight and onenaif feet high on a base nine and onehalf feet high making a total height of eighteen feet The unveiling ceremonies rivaled even those of last year at the unveil lug of the monument over the grave of Gen Shields in St Marys cemetery In Carrollton Special trains carried people from several States including a detachment of Federal troops stationed at Fort Leaven worth Kas A statuo of Gen Shields was un veiled October 20 in the new Capitol of Minnesota at St Paul It being a duplicate of the one unveiled In Car rolltonGen James Shields was born in County Tyrone Ireland May 10 1810 and died in Ottumwa Iowa June 1 1879 In 1825 at the age of sixteen he came to America an In 1832 began the study of law 1iij Randolph county Illinois where he was admitted to the bar In 1838 he was elected to the Illinois Legislature from Randolph county In Old Vandalia then the capi tal of the State lie made the ac quaintance of Abraham Lincoln Stephen A Douglas and others who havo since become prominent in the history of the country In 1840 ho was elected State Auditor of Illlnold and discharged tho duties of that Important position with such effi ciency and success that he was unanimously reelected by both par ties Whigs and Democrats- In 1846 Gen Shields was appointed Judge of tho Supreme Court of the State In which office ho served until appointed Commissioner of the General Land Office by Presi dent Polk When the Mexican wax broke out he offered his services la the Government and was assigned td the command of the Illinois troops as Brigadier General He served under Gen Taylor on tho RIo Grande under Gen Wood In tho campaign against Chihuahua and under Gen Scott when he entered OB his campaign in the capture of the city of Mexico I A grape shot punctured don Shields right lung tore through hisii body and passed out near the spine In the official dispatches to the War Office ho was reported dead To the surprise of everybody and to the astonishment of the medical staff of the army In ten weeks ho was again in the saddle and at the head of hid command In tho storming 08 Chapultepec he was again seriously wounded when his arm was struck by a musket ball At the end of the war he returned to his homo In IllinoisIn Illinois made him Senator of the United States ho and Douglas being colleagues He served six years with Webster Calhoun Clay Benson and Cass After his term in Minnesota being admitted to tho Union chose Shields as one of Its Senators The climate of Minnesota proving too severe on the expiration of llIs term as Senator he made a trip to California where he married While on tho Pacific coast the civil war broke out and he again offered his services to his adopted country He was again appointed Brigadier General and telegraphed r by the War Department being assigned to the command of the army of West Vir minis I In 1866 he returned from the West and selected Missouri as hie4 home On January 211879he wall chosen by tho Missouri Legislature to fill the unexpired term of L Vi Bogy in the United States Senate thus conferring upon him the honor of being the only man who ever represented three different States in the United States Senate MAJOR RIDGE ON DUTY Major Pat Ridge Night C lefot Police is again back on duty after quite a spell of UlneM and baa bean busy receiving the congratulations of his manyfclendgaboiit thoCtty and Court house Y n ll KENTUOKY iii AMRIOAN KINTU6KYePUIlLISHEDt ferried tt tile Social sad literal AivaiceBWWBt ot Irlfk Aawrktu and CatWUi Officially Indorsed by Aacteat Order of Hlberalum Young Mens Institute tad Catholic KmlgfaU of America KENTUCKY LUSH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publblfete SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY IeII yBatsrdat lye UiliytH PtrteMc M flwondCUJ nttu- is y J MrtH M CtMMlntiMi to the KENTUCKY IMSH AMBMKANJVll 21 Writ Gees 51II UNI N y TRADES COUNCIL k LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY NOVEMBER 141914I GO SLOW Mayor Buschameyer and the Finance Committee of the Generall Council should consider carefullY before advocating an Increase of nine cents in the tax rate for next year as the wants and hopes of the administration should not receivet precedence over a consideration of the present hard times From a Democratic party standpoint the move would be suicidal furnishing a strong campaign document for opponents of the party for years to come Go slow Mr Mayor go slay RINGS RIGHT CHORD The Catholic Bulletin of St Paul h strikes a true chord when It says What we need is not more Catholic newspapers but more readers ot Catholic newspapers The Catholic press in the United States would bes virile enough and a sufficiently powerful moulder of public opinion It the number of subscribers were iin- creased severalfold As long as the great majority of Catholics aret apathetic on the question of Catholic newspapers we are bound t have periodic outbursts of Ignorant bigotry that could be met and dissolved by a more militant and wide awake activity on the part iot Catholics themselves If half the wellwishers of the Catholic prei and the resolution makers would see to it that their names are inscribed on the mailing lists of some Catholic newspaper the church would enjoy a new era of progres and the sphere of her influent would be immeasurably extended In his able address before the Catholic press convention Rev James Irwin said The Catholl papers of the United States are the separate shlps of the line sent out on the open sea of our country to defend and protect the honor and good name of Mother Church whoa surrounded by hostile foes and ft the same time to enlighten the world and others as to the peaceful and salutary office of the church ii her mission to teach sanctity and save all men It is needless to say that our editors are the captains of the line Admiral would be a- more significant title This Is the month In which Cath olics do reverence to the departed November is the time when those of the faith of our fathers realize more than over the truth of the consoling words It Is a holy and wholesome thought to pray for the dead The first Sunday in Advent open ing the new ecclesiastical year falls on November 29 WILSONS MISTAKE The great blunder that the admin istration at Washington made In fTepognlzing tho socalled Constitutionalists I down In Mexico who haveI made the constitution rest on the bayonet Instead of tho ballot hast long been apparent to all except the I President and his Secretary of State What every one predicted has hap pened The convention at Aguas callontes has turned out to be a huge farce Neither Villa nor Car ranza filled with the lust of power ever had any Intention of resigning Neither have stepped down and out on the contrary tha Mexican mud dle has become more complicated and serious than ever and the pros pects of peace are further oft than over Meanwhile the decent people ot Mexico are at the mercy of bandits who care no more than the wild beasts of the jungle for human life religion or property rights Sacrilege murder rapine are the order of the day The Wilson admin responsibilityall that has been done in Mexico That staid Journal Colliers Weekly head loSltsl10llpadesol alga suq dent Wilson support of the grim Bandit Villa who bids fair with the wicked C rranto come back and hfjunt this administration which took him to ltd bosom President Wilson Is described by the administration press as having hS Jaw Mt hard as he threatens businepainterestsaging Villa to stand out against tile present government of Mexico If any business lnterebts for their own purposes are giving sympathy and encouragement to villa they are only doing what the Presidenti of the United States recently did Doubt lees President Wilson can see a die tinctlou between the two cases but Villa being an Illiterate brigand cant Our own feeling is that riUhftn a business interest norar government ought to have any sort of understanding with a bandit Then Frevldeat WlleoD wiihTto get Rrt of Hucrta wad baffled by that old elle adelJktll and jitubbornhess ken Villa was taken to the admin as bOlOmJI jpis set oaly ocounigement and sympathy but was permitted to have arms Here at home the administration press used all its facilities to create a public opinion friendly to him Villa could last In any American town where his character and deed were known about as long as It would take the leading citizens to organize a lynching party Wilson backing of Villa was an abandon ment of the most fundamental prin ciple of morality for a hurried expediency It is too much to expect that ho can escape the consequence of ItThe administration will not Car ranza and Villa are now striving to cut each others throats and openl defy Wilson and Bryian Dally iIIt becomes apparent that American Intervention only will now restor peace and order In Mexico What could have been avoided In the beginning will become the final and absolute necessity unless the admin Istration at Washington decides to stand condemned before the world tribunal of Justice HOLY LIFE ENDS The Sisters of Mercy 1172 East Broadway lost one of their most de voted and zealous members by tile death of Sister Mary Dorothy d4ugh ter of Patrick ODonnell of Jeffei son county Sister Mary Doroth was twentynine years old anuen tered the convent eleven years age Her innate piety gentleness oT die position and desire to help all with whom she came in contact brough her many friends who mourn ller early death for indeed it seemed as If she might have lived for 1nany more years tier funeral was held Tuesday morning In the Conven chapel A brother Rev Fathe James ODonnell is In California for his health and was unable to attend the funeral FINALE TO BA7AR The members of St Columba congregation will give a grand finale to their recent bazar by having ia euchre and lotto in their now school hall at Thirtyfifth and Jefferson streets on Wednesday afternoon and night November 18 On this occa slon the lucky winner ot the beauti ful brass bed for which a large number of books have been disposed of will be decided and numerous other handsome articles left over from the bazar will be given as prizes PADUOAH Next Tuesday Miss Anna Hill and Louis E Callahan a popular young society couple of Paducah will be united In manage at St Frances de Sales church Rev Father Connell performing the ceremony The bride elect is the daughter of Mrs Georgia Ann Hill Another Paducah wedding of Interest will be that of Miss Hazel McCandless daughter of Mr and Mrs J M McCandless and J C Fitzpatrick which will be solemnized later In the month- CINCINNATI Elaborate and Impressive cor monies are being planned in connection with the dedication of the new St Elizabeth parochial school building In West Norwood near Cincinnati on Thanksgiving day There will be a parade In the morning In which Catholic societies from all sections of Hamilton county will participate Archbishop Moeller will conduct the dedicatory exercises in which sixty clergymen will have a part On the same day there will be a flag raising the exercises In connection therewith to be conducted by the pupils of the school and the Knights of Columbus The new building is a twostory brick struc dire and cost 100000 POPE MAKES PLEA Pope Benedict has written letters to several of the Archbishops and Bishops In the belligerent countries exhorting them to urge upon their uponwoundedtheir nationality or religious views helping them all and thus making once more shine the light of Chris tendom In his leter to Cardinal Lucon Archbishop of Rhelms the rope expressed deep sorrow for the disastrous consequences of the war both frQm a religious and artistic standpoint ANNOUNCES CHANGES Cardinal Farley has announced important changes In the official psltlonal of the diocese of New York He has appointed Mgr John J Dunn who is Director of the New York branch of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith as Chan elor of the diocese to succeed the Right Rev Patrick J Hayes the sew Auxiliary Bishop The Rev Dr PresidentofIshop Hayes as President of the In ItitutionGUBSTSAT REUNION The Presentation Academy gradu sting class of the year 1914 will be he guests of honor at the annual eunlon to Je held tomorrow 1 FOURTH TO BE LAWYER Mlsfl CatherJneDolati hajJ been worn in 11 member of the bar In CMMiektifMtU being the fourtkotl hr family to become a lawyer J LpIEJONeil visit to relatives at DibomlleldI I IMiss Mary Virginia Campbell has been visiting relatives In Lexington Mrs James Martin and son James Martin left Saturday for Philadelphia I Mr and Mrs John Martin have been spending the week In Law renceburg Miss Beezie Hannan arrived home the first of the week from a trip to New York I I Mrs Pat Murphy Is home from Central City where she visited Mrs J R Mathis Miss Louise Young of South Clay street has just returned from a visit to Cincinnati t i Miss Corinne Mazzoni left yester day for Fort Wayne Ind for a visit to Miss FJorenceStorchII Miss Virginia Murphys guest Miss Loretta Schweers has returned to her home in Augusta Miss Mayme GaII Meadowbrook is In St Louis her sister Mrs Harry visitingI Mr and Mrs E L Moriarty of Birmingham Ala have been spend J of Place Friday lug the past week hero visiting rela tlves John T Malone Jr of St Louis was here this week visiting his par ents Mr and Mrs John T Malone Mrs James Mulligan who hasI been visiting Mrs J C Murphy left Monday for her home In Sudaberry Canada Mackin Social Club will give tM next of their series of dances at Thanksglyeinrg eveMiss r- Helen McLoughlin has re turned to her home in Cincinnati after a visit to Mr and Mrs Stuart R Cecil Miss Florence McTeague of St Louis Vrlll arrive here tomorrow and Iw1l1 be the guest of Miss Frances Henchey S Mike Hackett and wife are home from a visit to the formers brother John Hackett and family at Bed ford Ipd Miss Ellen Elder has been spend ing a delightful week at Atherton ville the guest of Mrs John Mahoney j Miss Mamo Finnegan after spending the weekend in Columbus guest of her nephew Bush returned home Sunday I The local council Knights of Columbus will entertain with a re ception and dance for the members and ladies on Tuesday November Miss Elsie Edelln spent last week near New Haven where she attended the MahoneyDant wedding and was the guest of her cousin Miss Flora Mahoney Miss Ella Mahoney announces the engagement of her niece Miss Mary Elizabeth Purcell to August Mueller the wedding to take place the latter part of November Miss Betty McKenna was in the city last week en route her home at airfield after a three months visit with her sister Mrs 8 Abbott Maglnnls Salt Lake City Utah Col and MrsFrank McGrath ac companied by their little daughter Helen left Monday for an extended trip to California and the points interest in the WestMr and ore James F Hoye of 9 Iff South Sixth street have re turned from NeW York City and New Haven Conn where they visited Mr Hpyes mother Mrs Julia Hoye Mrs Charles P D hir lett Sunday for alalt to her acre Roy Carter K bJron Riverside a eeNeNNN04 i N4sOt1tNNNNNDo You Believe ini Protecting Your Family 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Edwards and daughter Miss Helen Look Edwards who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Charles Edward Cooney at Syracuse N Y and Mr and Mrs Howard J Pullum in New York are again al home here In the presence of many of their friends Miss Mabel E Smith and James Q Duffy well known young people were united In marriage Wednesday morning at St Mary ol the Knobs church the Rev Father Sermetsheim performing the ceremony OYSTERS AND TURKEYS Revs George M Connor and the congregation of St Williams church have made great preparation for the turkey festival and oyster supper to be held In the school hall Thirteenth and Oak on Monday November 23 In the afternoon there will be a game of lotto followed by an oyster supper from 5 to 730 From 730 to 10 p m there will bo a turkey hunt preparing for the national festival a few days later The ad mission to the hall will be only ten cents While this does not entitle one to supper which will be ex traitdoes entitle one to participate in the hunt and It is said the chase w1111e lively Electric lights will be placed fn the hall and the decorations will be unusual UNAVOIDABLY DETAINED When the Holy Name Society of Louis Bertrands church assembled for their business meeting last Sunday morning President John HennessY announced that the minutes of the previous meeting would have io be dispensed with on account of the absence of the Secre tart Leo Meyer who was busy at home attempting to entertain a little baby girl wbp bas Just arrived at his residence 836 First street ORPHANS SSOCIETY The recently formed Catholic orphan society will hold its next general meeting with the St Charles Borromeo branch on November 20 A number of new branches are in process of organization and In addi tion a ladies auxiliary is being nilriandalsoasIVincent and St Thomas asylums ijsiye already been gfatly helped bY the society t t ICE CREAMPLAIN For Family Party and all Social and Society Gatherings Purity Guaranteed Vanilla per gallon 75o Fruit per gallon 85o Brick per 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Basi M4eLIl ii Niwi S N W zr AL S SMITH PROP and BOTH PHONES 810 o ANY SECURITY Call n gR- OOM 1 a 3 I IAIfthe1atl aid w8tycD Shapes M teasel bre at rMuraiuble pikes cj j w- j cc NIAGARA Story of Foundation Told Group- of Her Old Students Long Years Ago The Dream of Rev Father Lynch While Yet a Boy in Ireland I Cradle of Magnificent Group of Buildings Overlooking Rapids FIRST ARCHBISHOP OF TORONTO By James A Rooney IAi D The Seminary of Our Lady of Angels now the ecclesiastical department of Niagara University was founded by the Rev John Joseph Lynch C M afterward the first Archbishop of Toronto Canada with a few boys In a house on Rest street Buffalo that had been used by Rev James M Early as a home for orphan boys He took possession of it on November 21 1856 and though the Infant seminary remained there less than six months It was the cradle of the magnificent group of buildings which now constitute Niagara Uni versity on the summit of Mont Eagle Ridge a commanding and picturesque site on the American bank of the Niagara overlooking the whirlpool rapids The founding of the seminary In Buffalo and Its subsequent removal to Its present location on May 1 of the following year realized a boy hood dream of the founder The writer whose happiest recollection Is that he was one of Father Lynchs earliest students has sat entranced at his recital of that dream and Its fruition It Was his privilege to be one of a circle of the old boys at Niagara seated around the founder in the fall of 1859 when he lis tened to the story of that dream and its fulfillment which was really the epitome of many years of missionary labor Here It Is very much con densedOnce upon a time and then lie looked around at us over Ills glasses and smiled once upon a time towncalledbeen founded by St Patrick himself In Ireland and this little boy was shown a picture of the great Falls of Niagara by a visitor from America Imprcsslononhe thought In which to worship the Creator of that wonder what an In spiring spot In which to offer up the holy sacrifice and what a grand site on which to build a college or sem greatAmerlcanmlslon then so much needed He dreamed of all this that night Well my dear children said he waving Tile arms around so as to take In the entire landscape I was that little truehoughand this lovely spot I will never forget you or It Then he continued I was sent to college and seminary and was finally Congregation glad to be sent as missionary to America but Texas was my destina longdistanceI was sent to St Louis and then to Perryyllierbroorder When Father TImon now Bishop of Buffalo was appointed to NIagaraFalls theyhadwere a few Catholics but no church and added If you come up there semInary master and I was made Superior of St Marys and then sent to Paris to attend the general assembly of the outSuperiorwhat Bishop Timon had said and I received permission to found a house of the order in his diocese it was getting warm wasnt It Father Monaghan came with me theFallsahousegtvqupIihouseBuffalothatthen onNovemberof the Presentation three years ago 1856 It wasnt suitable and it wasnt Niagara and during the next anothertripthistimenotlongacres more part of the Do Veaux property and adjoining the other and on which stood this house then onthethe nameSIX4QfmoneybuttromBlsbogood friends and some donations quarters 10000 which we call the miracul ous 10000 You know about that FatherMaginnesMaginnesformerlyof the Sea Brooklyn came to eee me and told one he had been loft the money to be applied to some good purpose and that Bishop Timon had sent him to me That cured me at once and it was a great Godsend to the seminary coming Just wken Itwas most needed Niagaratoldremembrancethe circle that lUtened to the recital wCre111anywhom1feluidcathredIntohlrlytold 0 4 SuCIEtYDIRECTORYA DIVISION L Second and Fourth Thursday Lleder kranz Hall Sixth and Walnut TarjJ1Vice McDei1 note WalterCusickFinancial SecretarYJoseph Far rollTreasurerThomas I I S1IWillTamsPresident C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh Cunningham Sentinel Thomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes sIon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresIdentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rellSentlnelY J McDermott Y 11X x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresIdentGeorge J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial Secretary Will Cassin TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalRaymond E Schott Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive CommitteeF G Ad Oeller1W HENRY B MBRIDE Reelected Financial Secretary of the Knights of Columbus TURKEY AND GAMESs The congregation of Holy Cross church are still busy arranging for the big turkey estfval to be held on the afternoon and evening of Novem ber 24 in the basement of the new school hall Thirtyfirst and Broad way which has Just been completed and is being decorated for the fes tival Euchre and lotto will be among the attractions during the afternoon and evening As this fes tival will be for the benefit of the large and fine school Father Brey has erected it Is hoped the festival will be accorded a generous patron age ADMITS DEFEAT Roger C Sullivan issued a statement Saturday In Chicago which carrIed admIssIon that hIs Retublt can opponent Senator Sherman had been reelected Asserting that the support given him by friends fills his heart with gratitude Mr Sullivan says No matter what the final result of the official canvass may be it will bring few regrets no deep disc appointment and much personal sat Isfactlon It Is regrettable that we penidlizefrom his mother and thai we have men willing to capitalize this base ness for the sake of getting office Thin appeal to religious prejudice partcularly when given countenance by high personages In Democratic officialdom Is still effective in some IllinoisSecretary State William J Bryan was in Chicago for two hours during Saturday headed for Wash ington He declined to comment quotedInfervtews nationalfiguresthere Isa noticeable absence of reference to tile case of Bryan and the open activity of the Bryan Demo cratic leaders against Sullivan all through the string of counties normally Democratic through thick and thin in past campaigns TIlE END Arldrew J Ferg the wall known local comedian Appeared this week with his monologuei act In a iJbureh1 entertainment on West Jefferson street the entertaliiroent to consist Andyappearedi THE WAR What Will Be Its Effect Upon the Catholic Church in Germany That Country Contains Provin ces the Most Catholic in Europe 1 Lourain University AlmaMater of American Prelates and Priests GERMAN LABOR ORGANIZATIONS What effect will the war In Europe have upon the Catholic church In the land of Emperor Will lam is a question frequently asked It Is not generally known that Ger many contains some of the most Catholic provinces In Europe and is more than onethird Catholic The RhInewhich flows through the Catholic regIonsIs If over there was one a Catholic river The Cath olic regions belong to Prussia Bavaria Wurtemburg Baden and Hesse and all of the Governments of these provinces have a working un derstanding with the Holy See called a concordat The main feat ures of this understanding may be summarized Prussia and Bavaria have their official representatives at the Vatican though the empire is not formally represented The Holy See Is represented in the German Empire by the Nuncio to Bavaria who does duty for all Germany Modern Catholicity of Germany owes Its strength to the training and experience It underwent during the persecution known as the culture campaign KuUuikampf In the course of which it found such really great leaders as Ketteler and Wind horst who were the founders of the Center party of our own times This splendidly unified body of politicians cooperates with the five Arch bishops and twenty Bishops three Apostolic Vicars and two Prefects hIgherJurisdictionby the Cathedral Chapter except In Bavaria where they are chosen by agreement between the Government and Rome German dioceses are gigantic and Germany and Austria are unique in this matter Paris is the largest diocese In the world and must pos sess near four millions at this time The second however is the diocese of Breslau which Includes Berlin with nearly three million Catholic souls Cologne has also nearly three millions the dioceses of Muenster Munich and Freiburg contain about one million Catholics each The labor organization of Catholic Germany may be divided Into two groups those of the Berlin school and those of the Cologne school In the Berlin group Catholics are organized in purely Catholic associa tions In that of Cologne the eccle siastical authorities arc not recog nized as controlling forces Un fortunately these two groups have not always worked well together although since the intervention of the Pope In 1912 harmonious work Ing between the bodies has come to be the order of the day In no country in the world is so much splrItual and the practice of special retreats for the Catholic body has been the main factor in producing this result That there is no lack of religious In fluence for the furtherance of such work may be gauged from the fact religIoushousesreligIous The orders are however subject to somewhat restrictive supervision by nearly all the Gov ernments In the States In Wurtem burg and Baden only female Insti tutes are allowed in Saxony and the smaller States only nursing Sister hoodsLouvain 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studied there MARA vnLE WEDS Walter J Marahvllle known as Rabblt the crack shortstop of the Boston Nationals and Miss Elizabeth Renette Shea of Springfield Mass were married Wednesday afternoon in the Church of the Sacred Heart in which parish the bride resides Rev father Thomas Smyth officiating at the ceremony It was also the grooms birthday being twentytwo years old and Inhonor of the double celebration he received many h4nd bma presents from Manager Stalling t Capt Johnny Evers and other members of Rhe worlds cham ploUr t FRANK FEHR BREWING CO= Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY I FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Arc Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Orda1 a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 59 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 rUE WfEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent 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Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Bqulpped Gymna slum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr THE 2 FAVORITES of LoaisTlllei Particular Smokies TARPY SPECIAL lOc Cle- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal In quality and flavor Homemade Unionmad and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY COe MAKJDHB SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET MONUMENTSWe loads of Monuments ranging s price from 7500 to 20000 sad which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please givers a call at our warerooms 3I833f West Green StfKiw Muldoon Monunuit Gi 1Ura IfAio MAIL THIS KENTUCKY mISH AMERICAN COUPONn 90poam ti eADLER PIANO FACTORY Jt ti TWentynlnt and Cketewt Etc ti lI SomterUIe Zy- pSq e4SS 6feathatent0- e Without any olllratlon oa lay part is aurehas+ A Pay roc anything please teas me free ad1I954fpaid your Plano Book aa4 taU lformattea alert0 fy Vlaxonf and Player Plaaoe- I Xame u e i ri1P e yia i i i e Ad roc eo v u e u THH FACTOR RIOBI8rJIBLOWJJIITPIOJI AIRWAY te l I v IL UCKY IRISH A1tIERIOAN HHHIH + U S zz + S S JotooJ no H 1t1 tto S 1 S S 1 What the Club Plan Is 1 And What It Means to YouT- he Club Plan Is anextended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for Joining for Instance e The membcrslJp foe on a 2500 purchase would be 75c The membership lee on a 5000 purchase would be 150 Tho membership fee on greater purchases would of course be In proportion You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For instance on a 2500 purchase you pay 260 down In addition to the membership fee making a total of 326 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance In small weekly or monthly payments When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are purchased at our cash priceswhether special or regularyou wlll more clearly see that our membership fee Is nothing in comparison with the additional cost installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments FU11NITITRE CARPETS RUGS MOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB PLAN Any further Information regarding the Club Plan will be cheerfully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor BAC N SON i INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons otH +to J II J I Z J S I I I J oJ + I I J E IS J I Jill t I I I 1001 + UI S II 111 Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS SUITS AND OVERCOATS 1800 U GABARDINES AND RAINCOATS 1250 UP MADE TO ORDER Home Phone City 3238 425 W Jeff rsJ Streett IB4mN l4 M 0 r FOR GOODNESS SAKE I EAT r MOTHERS BREAD I I Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South t + I I I I I 1 I I J I J I I What Does Pay Day Mean to You Do you spend carelessly thinking only of the next pay envelope to come An account with this Safe Conservative GO Year Bank will stop the leaks It will make one mindful of the little ox penditurcs and more careful of tho large ones With money in bank on Pay Day the desire to see it grow larger urges you to add to it right straight along We give you safety and 3 per cent on time and savings accounts GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Under the Big ClockSecond and Market StateGovernment Supervision 1 +1 lZI1 S H+ I 111++1 S 3 I I I I I 1 ++oS II 1111+ +1 ttE S I IH AA For Your Furniture Want- sII YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best k JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street GAS HEATERS i We have the best assortment of I Gas Heaters in the city and you e can save money by buying a Gas I Heater direct from us and letting your plumber make connections r QEHER SON I 215 WEST MARKET ST t1+ 0 +of + HI + + +01 of + 4 c + FRANK A OHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES D You Can Make a Square Meal o Our Round Steak tiuI niaMN7i Saab Nai W 5212900 FrIlkltlStredrn e o HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing i the Pat WeekGeneral I News Notes i The way to best help your division is to attend the meetings The Oregon State convention WUlI be held next week at Heppner State Vlec President Tarpy Is via I lung the local divisions In turn That was an original postal card sent out by Division 1 this week The Ladles Auxiliary realized a nice sum on their euchre and lotto I Division 3 meets Monday night preIdietedI dictedJames Curran of Division 4 iis Iagain regular In his attendance at I meetingsThe of Louisville an all over the State will elect officers next month November 23 will be Patriots day and will ibe given proper observance by many divisions The younger members of Division l 4 are organizing a basketball learn with Thomas Farrell as coach The Mercer County Board meet Ing at Trenton N J reportedI 5000 In the building fund treasury President Hennessy has a happy faculty of making visitors feel at home at the meetings of Division 4- L The Ladles Auxiliary will meetLl next week They are doing some erf cellent work and steadily growing tIn membershipDuring holidays the Hiber nians of Portland Ore will have a Christmas tree In their new home for the orphans There lea warm membership contest in Indianapolis with Divis ions 5 and G close competitors for the diamond ring Division 18 of the auxiliary o Noponset Mass opened its winter campaign for new members by hav- Ing a pie party The campaign urged by the National Board to strengthen the order should receive the earnest attention of the members In Kentucky Division 3 will meet next Monda evening and hear reports from th committee in charge of the euchre and lotto for Thanksgiving eve SEitwauP kee had a great initiation last Bun day the class consisting of candi dates from throughout the State The Ladles Auxiliary of Indianapolis Is giving a two weeks rum mage sale the proceeds to go to the fund for the care of sick members The Irish booth at tho bazar for the benefit of St Catherines Home for Working Girls at Milwaukee wA In charge of the Ladies Auxiliary Plans are being perfected for booming the order In Now Hamp shire and a good account is expected atDenI verCardinal Farley praises the effort of the Ladles Auxiliary to erect a monument to the memory of the nuns who died on American battle fieldsHibernians everywhere are hoping that Martin J Cuslck of Division 1 will recover from his illness whichl confines him to his home and Is looked upon as most serious Interest now centers In the elections to be held next month The officers selected will constitute the County Board and will also be dele gates to the next State convention Division 1 of Pawtucket R h celebrated its fiftyfirst anniversary with a gathering that representedI nearly the entire State Congress man Ambrose Kennedy was thejI principal speaker There should be an annual nightt when the A O H members should assemble not for lectures but fo a review of the years work to see where they failed to take advantage of the opportunities arising during the year as well as to note the successes They should also plan out a campaign for the ensuing year It Is work of this kind that tells for th success of the order and for promot ing the good and welfare of true fraternalism FOR BUILDING FUND On Monday afternoon November 23 the members of St Patricks building fund will give a candy pull ing in the school hall for the children and in the evening there will be a turkey sale with euchre and lotto for the entertainment of the older folks and their friends who are cordially invited to attend The afternoon pleasures will begin at 230 oclodk and in the evening at 830 sharp The Committee of Ar rangements have secured 150 val uable and handsome prizes for those attending and the announcement ofI combination book awards will be made these being necessarily held over from the late bazar An after noon and evening of much pleasure is promised to those who attendI who at the same time will aid the good work in swelling the fund for St Patricks new school FOLLOWS HUSBAND Mrs Kate Bradley Kavanagh died Thursday afternoon at 1 oclock after a short illness of diabetes her end being hastened by the death of leer husband Bernard P J Kav anagh which took place about twoII weeks ago She is survived by her son Bernard Kavanagh a brotherIJames Bradley of Covington andt I three sisters Mrs Mary T Barrett Mrs Annie Mellon and Mrs May Hannon The funeral took placed t from the residence of her sister iandi she had been a prominent member of the Altar Sodality end one of the faithful charity workers of the parish ATTENDANCE INCREASINGL Both Fathers Craney and OCon nor slid the SIsters In charge of St nightypleasedseason Over iBOOfyuplli are now en- olledgnd i this high mark evidences appreciation of the work of theiSisters iIn tJ l 1flE I RVE ot l To Relieve Suffering Humanity 8 Louisville Ky October imMsec about ilz years I did sot know What a good nights rest was I would ntirs worn out my home cares were ftI7 heavy and had no one to help me Noslder the burden This thought near IT drove me frantlo and my health wan Breaking down but at this writing I ftmnd Pastor Koonlgs Nerve pronto and aew feel that I am myself again Tha- teprealve feeling on my brain dUap Ilke magic after tho first dose of tiI Tonlo and refreshing sleep returned Md also my health for which I hope that God will spare the Touts long to relieve ertn g humanity McMahon Pa says Tonlo helped FREE S- 1bIj 1lirawhlcbIINerIvousel Peet Wjne tad erns 1876 ud sow by Ithe KOENIG MED COw Chicago DL 62 W Lake Street neuDeuborn ISlLr BUe SlTSi 6 or AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tory of America By James A Roonoy LL D November 15 1903 Dedication b the Right Rev Benjamin J Kelley Bishop of Savannah of the Jesuits magnificent Romanesque church of St Joseph at Macol Ga first church built by theI Rev James Graham the first pastor in 1841- f November 16 1814 The Right Rev Thomas Langdon Grace O P second Bishop of St Paul Minn born In Charleston S C pro fessed at a Dominican at St RosesI Priory Kentucky June 12 1831 ordained in Rome December 21 1839 consecrated at St Louis wasrDienltheJuly 31 1884 titular Archbishop of Siunla September 1889 died February 22 1897 November 17 1685 Pierre Gaultler de Varennes Sleur de Laverendryei born at Three Rivers Canada ex plorer discoverer of the Canadianil West builder of Fort La Reine at Portage la Prairie on the Asslnl bolno died at Montreal December 6 1749- November 18 16550n this datej Pierrse Jesuit missionaries began building St Marys chapel on the site of the city of Syracuse holyIy of New York November 19 1786The Right Rev JeanFrancois Hubert i Bishop of Almare and Coadjutor to Bishop dEsglls of Quebec suc ceeded to rile see as the ninth reslgneSeptemberx r 17 1797- November I I I 20 1826The Rev AM John Augustine Bachelot of the Picpus Fathers PrefectApostolic and first apostle of the Sandwich Islands embarked at with Fathers Patrick Short and Abraham Armand for Honolulu first mass celebrated there July 14 1827 Fathers expelled Decem ber 24 1831 returned April 17 1837 again expelled November 23 1837 and Father Bachelot died during the voyage on the Notre Dame de Palx December 13 1837 POORr i St Cecilia s parish a few years ago one of the small parishes of the thetvelopment and now numbers nearly churcherecently completed has over 2000 persons at mass on Sunday and the enlarged schools have over 500 chil dren taught by nine Sisters of Naz areth Tho increase carries its bur dens The greater proportion of St peopledependentwagesOrdinarilyvided for by the St Vincent de Paul Society which has nearly a hundred howeverhaveothers work only part time It is evident with winter approaching many families heretofore selfsup suffering parlsh to provide funds for this relief are Arranging a cake and turkeys le and euchre in St Cecilias hall eveningNovember beendonated I proveenjoyable I I I ACTIVITY AT TRINITY 1 nowInM I which wilt be greatly strength ened by tomorrows joint initiation t Casperwill J J dealingwith 1 day November 22 the members will attend holy communion In a onPayne 1 deceasedbrothersi ion of officers takes place on Mon tl1efollowlngMonday anaddresq 1 later ft LEBANON WEDDING Judge and Mrs H W Rives of- ebanon have announced the engagement of their daughter Mlsa AIHe H Rives to Dr John T Bold rick of the same city Both are widely known and prominent figures secttogofaolemaiied at St AuKUtlnei church Lebmnoinon Xo ember f1- SH i r H L I KNIGHTSi OF COLUBU Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Florida will soon have two new I councils r Denver announces a fourth degree exemplification for February 22 The fourth degree will be exempli fied at Washington next Thanksgiv- Ing day Next year will see the completion of many new homes throughout the countrySixtynine candidates were received Into the order last week at Milwaukee j Capt William Benson command ant of the Philadelphia navy yard is a Knight of Columbus I The next meeting of the Supreme r Board of Directors will be held at I the Hotel Astor New York City on January 4- Bishop I I Tlben delivered the address at the banquet following the initia tion of a large class last Sunday at Fremont Neb New York City Knights are to erect a central headquarters for young men along the general lines of the Y M C A Bishop MacQlnley of Nueva Caceres Philippine Islands will pontificate at the annual memorial mass In the Philippine Cathedral on Thanksgiving day Fourth degree members of Denver will purchase prayer books rosaries theydustrlnl School at Golden Sixty candidates were initiated last Sunday at Covington About 500 anIexcellent banquet over which Thomas M Gleeson presided as toast master DOMINICAN CHURCH EUCHRE The members of St Louis Offer trands parish will give the last of their series of euchres before Advent on next Friday afternoon and even Ing in Bertrand Hall Sixth street near Oak the afternoon games to be called at 230 and the evening ArIChairman W P McDonogh Secre tary John H Hennessy H T Col gan Harry T Fisher George Stiller Thomas Lynch John J Barry Mrs John M Brennan Mrs Joseph Meehan Mrs M Miller Mrs Harry Fisher and Misses Theresa Ratter man Josle Godfrey Kathryn Bald win Fannie Kennedy Annio Ken nedy and Mamie Curren CRACK WRESTLERS IThe AsyBuechel have secured a splendid card for their seasons opening event ConnollyiRogers for next Tuesday night at the Armory both men being consid 1ered claimants for the worlds cham pionship now that Zbyscko Is earn broiled the European war Con nolly has never been desisted while Rogers has only lost to Gotch and Zbysco and either will be a good opponent for Cutler or Hussane both of whom have challenged the atxSutcllffes THEY MARRIED HERE Miss Bessie May Welsh and Her man Head two popular young people of Owensboro left Sunday afternoon for Louisville where they were married Monday morning at 930 oclock at the parsonage of St Cecilias church with the Rev officiatingAftermake their home in Owensboro BOYS SODALITY ELECTS The Sacred Heart Sodality which Is composed of the boys of St Johns parish have selected the following officers for the year Prefect Benjamin H R Martin Assistant SecretaryTreasurerRay Van Buskirk LOTTO AND BAZAR The Young Mens Social Club of St James church Edenside and Dardstown road will give a euchre lotto and bazar November 17 and 18 The proceeds will be devoted congregation church which Is considered one of the finest In the Highlands TAKING VACATION beganhisWednesday and Is spending the time cityOfficerIn the local police department stand Ing high with his superiors and Is well deserving of a vacation MONDAY AFTERNOON EUCHRE The euchre and lotto party for tho benefit of the Visitation Home for Working Girls will be held parhorsaddthe public to attend This homo for working girls Is one of Louisvilles most worthy Institutions and Is deserving of generous support The ladies in charge have arranged for a most enjoyable afternoon for both guests and players I RETUItNSFlt 1WEDDINGI I The Rev Celesllne Brey pastor of Holy Cross church has returned Tuesdayyhe I mony of his niece at St Pauls church PRAY FOR DEAD Every Friday evening this month special services are beingl held at St Louis Bertrands Sloth and Oak when prayers are offered and the rosary recited for the Joule In purgatory The attendance at these devotions hm been large mad ratify Ing to the clergy t tllllIIIIIItIIIIItjllltllllllllllllllt11IJ HERMAN STRAUS ti SONS 9rOURTH AVENUE WCOFPOFATCO MARKET STREET MENS FAL- LUNDERWEAR 100 UNDERWEAR89c Mens Heavy Jersey Ribbed Merino Fleeced Shirts and Drawers These are steam shrunk drawers have reenforced crotcha splendidI valueJ for 100 per garment 89c 75c UNDERWEAR59c Mens Wonder Wear Medium Weight Ribbed Shirts and 59lockedC 100 UNION SUITS 85c withclosedother 1 100 value special any 85C 50c UNDERWEAR 39c andlightI 39cper garment SOc UNDERWEAR39c Mens Heavy Cotton Fleecelined Shirts and Drawers dark and I 39wellC We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates 1111111111111111 II J of 1111111 J II + 111111111111 hhuhUuUhhhIlMJooJtI IILQ 4Ca Thirty Surety Coupons With 2 12 pounds of MULLOYS NEW BLEND COFFEE nt 70c ColleetryandSpicesJOHN M MULLOY a Retae Pbent ijaj 818 W IUARICBT aettifyBetaxatti TRBBTII JBLTJRlNriTriJRE LivingRoomreasonable prices WMa F MAYER9 Market Bet Fourth and Fifth I VHOL SALE INCORPORATED AND R TAIL jPHONESOUTH 2Sw CITY 1866 1N NaNNONMN GERMAN BANKWe Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS 124 SOUTH FIFTH STREET i BETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET Pending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market N iOSNt0 0 t DR JTo CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Tel j8B8fCBali S 299s Hm City 299 tl4090ltt xt t tIIIIIIIIIIIISIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII lllllllllllrlIIIlltM J BAHNQM P BANNON JR LAWRENCE J VEENEMAM rristMp Viet Pus ft Trias StertUry P BANNON PIPE CO Sewer aa Calvert Pipe- Baaaoas Pateat Lidded Pipe fer Steam CeltsWan CeBiarf Drain Tile Vitrified Brick FIre ProoNnW Flae Lining Fire Brick Grate and toiler Tile Groan Fire Clay Caimaey Taps OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 5731786 CUMB MAIN 507 WORKS 13th trxd Bteckead Magnolia Ave Bet 9tb sad iQtfc 111 JIIIII IE III1 fli 1II1I111 HQ IIII U 111II nlllHI irmai WINES xllA Jli KOlB323 West Green Street jLTQUOR4 1OI j 1 01 111III H I 11 111 rll i UUJ 0 IJI iii C n N