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WE DO- HINTING FIRST CUSS WORK to This Office Your Next Order KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN OLUME XXXIII NO 20 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS 11 Ye Ms II Three Falls Cities Councils Add Seventysix to Their Banks Father Patrick Moimghaii Bears Congratulatory Message From Bishop iirayor Btischcmcycr Father Feltcn and Others Speak at the Banquet I rCHEAT DAY FOR YOUNG MEN Last Sunday will long live as memorable day for the Catholl young men of tho three Falls Cities for It marks an era that stands for good citizenship and the uplift of many about to enter upon life s activities Mackin Trinity and Unit AlCounc bany held their Joint Initiation at Trinity Council Hall Baxter and Morton avenue when with Instruc tive and Impressive ceremonial the degrees of the Young Mens Insti tute were conferred on a class num bering seventysix The work was performed by the Joint degree team and was unsurpassed by any team tin similar occasions Trinity Hall was taxed to Its capacity and the hundreds present were enthralled with the eloquent and forceful adi dress of Rev Father OGrady chap lain of Trinity Council at the con elusion of the Initiatory ceremonies which were followed by a banquet at the Seelbach attended by nearly 300 l The banquet was a most elaborate affair presided over by James B Kelly as toastmaster with who were seated on the right the Rev Father Monaghan A J Blzot Eugene J Cooney Gustav Weinman President Pontrich and Father OGrady and on the left were Mayor Buschemeyer Rev Francis Fo ton Grand President Robert T Burke Grand Secretary F J Carroll and George Thornton President of Mac kin Council Happy In ills introduc tions Toastmaster Kelly declared the destiny of every communityi rested in the keeping of the youn men of today who were the best asset and the Young Mens Institute was rendering valuable 1 assistance in safeguarding them Ill their lelsuro hours The Right Rev Bishop ODonag hue was unable to bo present buMwas represented by the Rev Monaghan who extended the Bishops expression of regret anfcongratulation on this auspicious occasion Father Monaghan com mended the spirit of patriotism inculcated by the principles of the Y M I and exhorted his hearers to be always true to God and country In concluding he wished all success prosperity and happiness and Gods blessing in their walk of life Mayor Buschemeyer received anI ovation when he was presented as the head of our civil life Ex pressing gratitude to the Y M I for the privilege of being present theI Mayor said it was a pleasure td come to the banquet and find such good fellowship He commended thdI councils for making their membersN public benefactors and thanked God that he had no prejudice against any man because of his religious belief lIe realized that all must adhere toI the high Ideals of Lord Baltimore and Roger Williams Every young man he said should try to Improve his mind by reading and study anSin concluding he wished for loal councils continued usefulness and prosperityiThe Rev Francis Felten Grand Chaplain introduced as one of the most earnest workers for the Y 114 L held the close attention of his bearers being frequently applauded Work we must hesaid steadily and continually to build a good charac ter The aim and purpose of the YI 1 is to form and build up the Christian character and to steer the young man clear from pitfalls and destruction The Y M I wants to make It plain he said that pleasa ore leads to ruin and bankruptcy and that duty leads to success ByI that I do not mean that we should have no pleasure at all but we mua tl make use of It only as a means of achieving something higher Education Is not finished when we leave schooll Wo must go to school allI our lives The Y M I is a school1 in which we teach the habit of doing our duty Once rooted in the habit of duty we will become good Christians and good citizens Father Felten impressed uPon his hearers the absolute need of forming what may be called the habit of duty rwhich no doubt has its trials but its memories are sweet and Its reward never ending The value of patriotism was em phasized by Gustav Weinman of New Albany who said patriotism r was duty to ones country He sal the brotherhood of European nation- was shattered because the teaching of Christ who said Love thy neigh bor as thyself had been forgotten He aaeerted the same patriotism which tilled our forefathers was needed In the United States today iand that with it we will be able to solve all problems Speaking on The Y M I and Its Rotation to Church and Home Eugene J Cooney said neither t Catholic church nor the Catholic home needed the Y M I because they were above the need of he tmm amy hietitatto but tbllee- r c rw4 y J ll tute nevertheless was an aid to both because it teaches brotherly mansotherChristian With eloquence and wit Attorney A J Blzot urged his hearers to observe neutrality in the way Presi dent Wilson suggested Ho said every man present was a descendant of those who are now engaged in war I In Europe and not to be neutral would only tend to create ill feeling It would be against the teaching of Christ not to be neutral for He said Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be the children of God He said all should respect the feel ings and sympathies of others and expect the same treatment from those who might hold opinions dif ferent from theirs BISHOP SHAILVN With impressive and elaborate ceremony the consecration as Bishop of Monsignor Thomas J Shahan President of the Catholic University Washington took place at the Cathedral In Baltimore last Sunday Car FaPrendergast of Philadelphia and Archbishop Henry Moeller of Cincinnati and many Bishops Monsignori and clergy of high rank participated in the services National officers of andya delegation of priests from the Hartford diocese of which Bishop Bishop Shahan formerly was a mem otMonsignordignity of tho episcopacy was one of the last and most noteworthy mani festations of the undying love which the lamented Pope Plus X bore to ward the Catholics of the United States and his deep appreciation of the groat work accomplished for religion and education by the Catholic University under the direction of this eminent and scholarly prelate DlshopelectShahan interest for the name of this Illus trious educator and writer Is not only known from ono end of the continent to the other but ranks foremost as a leader among the great mostmdistinguished prelates and Catholic educators of the country were gath ered in Baltimore to honor him on the day which placed upon his soul the seal of apostolic power and con secration SUCCESSFUL MISSION A ten days mission for nonCath olics especially has jJust been closed at Spurllngton Ky with the follow partial list of successes resultging receivedIntoaway Catholics brought back into the faith 400 communions gecelved and a large amount of literature dis trlbuted to nonCatholics among wore Plain Facts for Fair inds The Slime of the Serpent and the Question Box Among the receivingforevening consisted of the rosary answers to the PfabenooiIn largo numbers by nonCatholics many of whom manifested a desire to further Inquire into the principles of the Catholic faith Much good is expected to result many predicting that it will servo to dispel prejudice theStateunder the auspices of Rev Father Thomas A Murray pastor at Spur atCampbellsvU1emany local friends here who are proud of his success many of whom whenlocateds asistantCATHOLIC UNIVERSITY firstSunday theannualCatholic University of America orDirectorswhichtheyintormeraid so cordially bestowed the uni HolyChurchstitution which dally grows more andhaspraise from thosq best qualified to TheCatholiccrown of our schools and our logicalfinish bewillingj ORPHANS LINEN SHOWER tThomas I fortheneSJThursday SIIIters orphanboys bedlinensBardstown road cars are nearest the Cartear distanceHOLY TiuNirx BUOHRE The Ladles Circle of Holy Trinity church New Albany will entertain HolyTrlnitymlland evening and have secured many bhee noon euchre will begin at 230 and the eyeiiing euchre at S ooteek The HolyN k WANTS LOUISVILLE FOR HOME PUBLISHED BIWEEKLY 50 CENTS A YEAR FIVE YEARS TO ONE ADDRESS 1001 IIPETIME S500J INCLUBS OF POUR OR MORE 25 CENTS TO CANADA AND All FOREIGN COUNTRIES 9100 IN CLUBS OF FOUR OR MORE 851 CENTS i THE IEIILAfter a heroic struggle this government was founded upon the principles of thesebloodboughtdown has meanthatpapalPoliticalhold It Is this deadly peril to American Liberty and civilization which thispaper is fighting QEO D BEACON Editor WILKESBORO NORTH CAROLINA T Dove 10 1914 Dear Subscriber YlilkesboroOo your oily at onoe and see Mr 4 Hugh Ellis regarding the matter- sA a subscriber to the publication I am sure you would like to locationinat Louisville will mean much to the patriotio cause in Louisvilleand the State of Kentucky It wiO1 alao mean a great deal to the UnitedStatesTHE PERIL is already a success The patriotic host like thepaper and are banking it I ask you to call immediately and see- rM Ellis so that arrangements lion be completed forthwith forbringing out the next issue of THE PERIL from Louisville I also ask you to assist in every way you can in bringing this worthy enterprise to your city J trulyId Editor THE PERIL The above letter reproduced is selfexplnimtory showing that there Is a movement on foot by a certain set of bigots to bring tills vile and defamatory sheet to Louisville with time purpose of creating religious prejudice between Catholics and their fellowcitizens the Peril being a strong opponent of that section of tho constitution of the United States which guarantees tlio right of every tuna to worship God according to religious a mans purely a personal matter between himself and God the practice of which concerns a mans most precious possession his soul That soul is time gift of his Creator and at the tribunal of God ho is answerable alone for Ids soul Such publications as the Peril would bring IJouisvillo back to the unfortunate days of which Bloody Monday was the climax resulting IL the deterioration of its progress at least twentyflvo years and which is n black mark in our history that will not down Every good citizen regardless of creed sUquhLprptestf Against tbQ invasion of Louisville by tItsheet wltliJts 1latmbinguticlutLtUitexjCl9zttactL s s ENCYCLICAL ope Benedict Pleads For Pence Among Warring European Nations Holy Father Declares tho Spirit of Christ Docs Not Reign Today Lack of Reciprocal Charity Causes Lack of Respect For Authority POINTS OUT FALSE PRINCIPLE Associated Press dispatches from Rome bring the news that the Pope caused to be issued on Monday his encyclical urging peace among the warring nations of Europe In this document the Pontiff attributes the war to four causes namely lack of mutual and sincere love among men contempt of authority injustice on the part of one class of the people against another and the consideration of material welfare as the solo object of human activity The encyclical begins by tracing a horrible picture of the present war and by calling upon tho rulers and the people to end the fratricidal flBht in order that the dawn of the new Pontificate be blessed by a voice announcing peace throughout the world The present bloody wars terrible because the encyclical declares it is a struggle of souls as well as a struggle of bodies the soul being the origin of the body After making reference to the doctrines of Christ the Popo in his communication saysr The spirit of Christ does not reign today The people talk today of brotherhood more than they ever have before yet brotherhood is ig nosed to a greater degree than ever bore Nations races cities and individuals are divided today by rancor and selfishness more than Uerli1re by political frontiers The look of reciprocal authority is cau lngalack of respect for authority Love does not alter dif ferences between social classes but It makes those above inclined to ward the humble Christian virtues most of sit with Justicef while the humble trust their superiors Await ing brotherly awilatarice from them The pope expressed the view that to bring about the desired change i will be necMMLry to uttrpateti secret root of all eylU whlea he de Bflribed aa the view that material lI good Jtf the only object of lift The second part of the onflyollomll H II ri t is devoted to an appeal for peace within the church It urges the suppression of all differences and iIn particular the extirpation of the evil growth of modernism together with the evil modernistic spirit which seeks novelty in every thingTho message expresses the wish for peace among all nations which will find inestimable good in peace and also for peace for the church which will find in It its essential libertty as well as cessation of the abnormal state of affairs whereby the Vicar of Christ is placed in Rome by reviewing tho protest of his predecessors against which con dition ho is fulfilling his cacred duty The pretense of emancipation ofI human civil authority from God causes the links between superiors and inferiors to become daily looser the Pope continues Sov ereign rulers should consider this and see whether it is wise to divorce themselves from the religion of Christ whether it is good policy to banish the gospel from education equalIncially is false Arguments to the contrary fill souls with anger in spire class hatred and fill life with struggles The only remedy is to teach tho fundamental precept of the gospel to love each other more USEFUL LIFE ENDED George G Recktenwald one of Louisvilles best known citizens and for twentysix years engaged in the hardware business in the West End died Wednesday night at his home 406 North Twentysixth street leav ing a wide circle of relatives and friends to mourn his death Mr Recktenwald suffered a broken leg and a sprained hip in a fall in JunBT healthsinceSt Cecilias church and took an active part in the work of St Vin cent de Paul Society He is survived by his father Michael Reck tenwald two sons George and Ray mond Recktenwald three daughters andElizabethers the Rev 0 ho Recktenwald of Grand Rapids Ditch Bernard A HenryALouisville and tHree sisters Mrs Joseph Brown of Trenton Pa Mrs Recktenweld washeldthlargestcent years HELP TUB POOn anlottomembers of Qt Michaels church will be given hiltheschool hall on aned willbea good time for kll willing to abes t tJladrJq peer o a CANDIDATES For Democratic Nomination For Governor Being Announced Dally I Possible Combination Between Fifth District anti State Leaders Many Announcements For Local Offices Expected After the Holidays SLATE FOR STATE OFFICES Judging from present prospects the largest field of candidates for the Democratic nomination for Governor will be in the race by January 1 and it is safe to count on at least live entries when the list is closed Lieut Gov E J McDermott has already made his official announcement and the following new entries are expected to make theirs any day Commis sioner of Agriculture Newman Auditor Henry Bosworth and Attor ney General James Garnett while other possible entries are Senator Johnson Camden Congressman Owsley Stanley exSecretary of State H V McChesney and exMayor W 0 Head With one of the latter four as a sure starter and the first named four canvassing right now1 the field Is sure to be composed of five candidates for the nomination and no less Many are of the opin- Ion that the BeckhamHaly politicians t have selected their favorite iin the above list and it is rumored that either exSecretary McChesneyi or exMayor Head is their choice while another rumor is to the effect that Italy and Beckham are willing to abide by the selection of the politicians 1 and leaders tin this district principally because of Beckhams strong showing in Louisville in the recent election The selection fIn tills event would probably be Lieut Gov McDermott exMayor Head Auditor Bosworth or Attorney Gen eral Garnett all of whom have a strong following here Following the article in the Evening Times which stated that Mr McDermott ndantnedee followingTheCourlerTournal hg to the Evening Tunes Gov MoDer molt is an orator and a scholar but he la more than that an official learned in affairs a citizen ex emplaryand useful In hie public and private life whose advancement from Meond to fht place In the t State would insure us both alert and I good government at the same time that it would adequately greabItraditions clustered about the post of Governor of Kentucky The CourierJournal has never concerned Itself about the tilling of the offices But It can tell those who are charged MrMcDermott take State Treasurer Thomas Rhea who so ably handled the Democratic campaign will have the support of all sections for Auditor while probablybeIt looks that way at this stage but the other offices are sure to be hotly contested for and in all probability theGovernorspredicted In these columns the race for Railroad Commissioner will be a threecornered one Billy Klalr InFayettefrlendlfhere I election while George B Cack ItIsPercyHalyi whom are anxious to even up scores with Mr Klalr who scored a victory over them in the last contest for the nomination John E Newman Rep bethealarjePossible candidates for the Demo cratic nomination for Circuit Judge ships are being mentioned freely ulrWwithJudgedivision Comomn Pleas branch Judgeship while Tyler Barnett the well known of Democratic leader andm enterthe Judgeship In the First division of the Chancery branch It is also rumored that Arthur Wallace will JudgeW thustarGordonInP Lincoln in the Third division oC JudgeSamuel divIsIongentlemen being especially strong with the rank and file of local Democracy and candidates that primaryinthe ticket in a general election In regard to the Criminal division of the Circuit Court it Is now believedDthat Judge James P Gregory will not be a candidate for reelection whenliei JudgeMillersLonalno Mix the present Assistant COnlmnnsvaaltlthAktouioyJa thabnlY one mentioned thus far to succeed Judge Gregory while Commonwealth probablybeCATHOLIC FEDERATION The first meeting of the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic So cieties in the Knights of Columbus hall on Thursday night of last week brought out a splendid attendance the auditorium being well filled Dr Peter S Ganz presided and after the regular business had been trans acted he introduced the Rev Cletus Brady C P of the Sacred Heart Monastery who delivered an eloquent and logical address pointing out to Catholic laymen of this coun try their rights under the constitu tion Father Brady dwelt at some length on the conditions in Mexico citing Instances of brutality on the part of the revolutionary soldiers that were almost beyond belief The eloquent Passlonlsfr was in excellent voice and his words carried convlc tion to his hearers At the close of his address he was tendered a plain vote of thanks as was also the Rev accompaniedhimFederation donated the sum of 100to the Catholic Church Extension So ciety President Ganz read his report of the proceedings of the na tional convention held In Baltimore which was full of interest and wetI received A special committee com posed of Benedict Elder John A Doyle and Jacob Hubbuch was ap protestIngsuch papers as the Monaco Follow ling timely talks by Messrs John HonVoaderheldoi was decided to appoint a committee to devise ways and means to raise funds to carry on the work of the Federation This committee will be named by President Ganz and an nounced at the next monthly meet ing BIPUESSIVE OBSERVANCE There was an impressive and sol emn observance of the Benedictine Feast of All Saints last Saturday at I bytheMelnrads Seminary and the Sisters I Contcptfont emn high mass in honor of the thousands of canonized saints Popes Bishops martyrs and edu cators which the Benedictine or flutingtheofLoulsvf1Jemonies and James Maloney of this city was also an assistant CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY The annual meeting of the Board of Dlrectpra of the Catholic Uni versity was convened in Washington on Wednesday Reports submitted were most satlefaetory and showed thin great Catholic educational in stitution making lady advance meat t Fyn WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CUSS WORK TIlls A HIBERNIANS Pleasant Night at House warming of tho Mother Division Lieut Gov McDermott Delivers an Eloquent and Inspiring Address v TIle Work of the Pioneers and Their Memory Not For gotten DISPENSED IRISH HOSPITALITY g ofHibernianyear will equal in point of Interest thqhousewarming r ofivisionoflasttheLlederkranz tothisEdwardJthreedivIsionsfound everything that conduces to predomInating goodreasonthat culminated their work with r IsbestowedqualificationPresident occupiedthebe welcomed the members and visitors in a most hearty and cordial manner Ho announced that the bedispensedcember meeting the annual reports pointLieutaccompaniedwas received applauseInlinePresidentTarpy Presidentwas always welcome at the meetings of Connellyfound pleasureihe feltInclinedinorderb necomeratUerTjTravor Oi lnvltln g others and hearing various speakers Hecongratulated Division 1 on Its new trustedthatforerunner successofOrderLieut thenextreturningthanks accordedim toka cordial and onthethehelps + theretrom heresbobestowed Intheorganizations makingfriendsthemselves and reasonstheysupporteloquenttribute priopIe declaredthathQexisted andtheurgedththerightneighborsthuscitizenship and loyalty to God and country The respectheman industriousand aIpromotes the andtellowexperIenceGovMcDermott ties of Ireland Its valleys hills and hopethatlawsThomas at home with the Hibernians was proud that LieutenantGoyernor theAnclentCurranThomas ThorLIUllJ uuu macro ana tile benefits had derived from memborshl Sergeant John Maloney Pre of Division 3 found much In few the e 7e 0 I Viwillslst the diva sBYIongodfather an what Is kno kindly grijo which was wouldend first plat anxious f grow an1- Thorn Higgins addresswit w ret view a and en- with f thejr fortmoth Loutsl Give Office Your 4 Next Order among heart great mapy workfn other After r r a KENJqO Y J6U8H AMERIOAN+N I I K KtUGKY IRISH ftMERIGflN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY II tv kd Is the Social sad Mull XJraiCMKneit el Irish AmericHt and Cttaltca Officially Indorsed by Auckmt Order of Hlberalani Young M nfl Institute and Catholic Knight of America F KHNTUCKY IHI8H AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gel GoUrtd it tea ItuKI PodaNoa M SnoatCtttI rotor ItINre all Cesemsdutlei to tbs K8NTUCK IMSH AMBRICXN W21 West Often St RADENION cOUNCIL LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21 1914 APPRECIATION Louisville November 16 1914 Editor Kentucky Irish American Dear Sir I wish to express to you my very great appreciation ot your article In last weeks Kentucky Irish American on the St Vincent do Paul r Society The article is timely and is admirable from every point of view Sincerely yours JOHN DOYLE President Particular Council St Vincent de Paul Society MA1UC THEM The disturbers and character as sassins behind the movement to lo cato tho vile and filthy A P A sheet the Peril In Louisville should be singled out and remembered for future use Several of the leaders are actuated by political motives as will develop while for the others In the movement wo have nothing but pity they being among that large class of illiterates for which the o moonlight schools are being started GIVE YOUR MITE Do not observe Thanksgiving in an entirely selfish manner Give a tittle thought to those who are un t tiblo to provide in decency for the little ones Contribute your mite to make someone else happy and thus bring to yourself great happl ness Never were appeals more numerous and persistent It is going to be a hard winter for many on this side of the Atlantic Every one who can should help the poor and above all help at home first CANT DO MUCH The Guardians of Liberty in Texas have given a strong indorse ment to Villa We are not surprised at that These socalled guardians of liberty would do on this side of the border what Villa and his fellow bandits are doing on the otherif they could But the only thing they can do is to indorse Villa At any rate Villa has some friends outside administration circles in the United States WAITING OFTEN A CRIME The Katzenjammer Kids Villa and Carranza who have been playing soldier with the Catholic church as the prey In Mexico have fallenout with each other and are calling for each others annihilation What has become of Gen de la Barra a decent gentleman well known to Washing ton as such and one of the most capable diplomat Why does our Government not demand his ac ceptance of the provisional Presi dency with the same insistence that It demanded the withdrawal of Huerta the lawfully elected Presi dent There is says the Catholic Advance only one thing which makes him a persona non grata at Wash t f Ington He is a Catholic j It Is a fact however that de la Barra would please every Mexican except the robbers Our Gen Funston should bo ordered to Mexico City at once while there is ia split among the cowardly barbarians who have been ruining the country and set up his headquarters there as was done in Cuba until quiet is restore This action might unite the villains What of It It would give courager to thousands who would gladly abandon the present predatory belligerents Other thousands would be glad of a chance to get even with the robbers who have been devastating n their properties and outraging their families rThedispatches say that proclama tions are posted up in the City of Mexico demanding the evacuation of Vera Cruz and calling citizens to 4 awns In order to purge the count of What la leftof religion and turn Bu re churches Into dance housed and nls This js what the procla ean The two lafernal have been sniping ins have publicly ash once that they every vestige 01 a country on c principlesor And Wash= ng CIAUSM ous anon from en who- ovantage uondam cqulre mained tabllah tajr Germany the Socialist party as one man deserted Its principles to aid the Fatherland in its invasion of France Tie French Socialists liltQ wlso turned their backs upon their platform relating to the brother hood of man and are now haply engaged in fighting their Socialist brothers in tho army of Germany No dissenting voice was raised iIn either the Reichstag or the Chamber of Deputies against the proclamation of war Hitherto the entire appeal of the Socialists has been based upon the abhorrence of warfare and tho tyrannical exploitation of mentor the gain and advancement of kings and capitalists In view of the shattering of the Socialistic movement by this unexpected devel opment we arrive at the conclusion that either the Socialist leaders have all been sycophants and charlatans decoying and deceiving their numerous followers for their own aggrandizement or else the funda mental arguments of Socialism are based upon erratic grounds and national patriotism is after all the strongest eelment in the makeup ot mannext to the divine grace of faith Since it is hardly possible that the millions of Socialists could have been continually deceived by their leaders and admitting the Impossibility of a worldwide collusion of the leaders the conclusion that Socialism as it has been advanced has been wholly Utopian and impracticable and that the brotherhood of man begins like charity at home Is the only reason able one to be drawn from this laying of the spectre of Socialism The bitterest enemy of the church has received a mortal blow Us antagonism will be henceforth inconsiderable Among the first recommendations to the faithful made by the Holy Father Is one encouraging the prac Lice of reading the Bible and de claring that the gospel should be read dally In every Christian home Hope this comes to the notice of the benighted ones who still believe Catholics are forbidden to read the Scriptures In the recent campaign in New York the following Is a sample of the literature issued by the Guard ans of Liberty and their A P A as soclates To Americans If you elect an Irish Catholic Governor this year the Jews will demand the same right two years from now Do you want to ge governed by Catholic and Jews Cardinal Mercier who appeals for aid for the starving Belgians says tho German soldiers are dividing their bread with the children This does not smack of Inhumane treatment and cruelty upon the part of the Kaisers men As a settler of peace In Mexico John Lind the Presidents personal ambassador proved a sad and mis erable failure not being able to even control his bettor halfs tongue who stated that the Catholics were at the bottom ot he trouble Thanksgiving day should indeed be a day of thanks for two reasons rtVlz that we are not embroiled in the worldwide war and that it marks the end of the football season I There is no change inthe Mexlca- f situation all the bandit factions still maintaining their hostile attitude toward peace and law and order t CHEERING MESSAGE Dr William B Doherty this week received word that his son Dr Wm Brown Doherty had beet promoted from the position of junior to senior assistant in the New York Eye arid Ear Infirmary The in erne service in this hospital is the longest and most exacting in work and training of any In the United States and the success ot young Dr graUflcatltntoThe hospital is located In the most congested portion of New York City which accounts for the fact that over 130000 patIents entirely eye And ear patients were treated there last year FRIENDS GRIEVE The death of Miss Lillie OCon nor formerly of New Albany which occurred at her home in St Louis last Friday morning was a great shock to her friends Bock in NeV Albany and Louisville where she visited quite frequently She was a young girl of beautiful character and amiable dlipoiltloa and was loved by all who knawher She wsb the daughter of William pConriqiv connected with sUse Hlgglna LeatUnr Company of St Ijoui Ns PAT CONNOLLY THE IRISH CHAMPION WRESTLER Who Defeated Yankee Rogers at the Armory Tuesday Evening SOCIETY i I etceE Misses Frances and Eleanor M- cKenna of Falrfleld were guests of friends here ithe past week Mr and Mrs James Canty and family are now occupying their cozy new home at 3608 West Market H M Cahlll was among the LoulsvHllans registered last week at the Hotel Aberdeen New York City Miss Adelaide Crush of the Highlands has had as her guest for the week Miss Katherine OBrien of Chicago Mrs L G Scanlon Oakdale en tertained for Mrs Charles Gray before her return to her home at Har rodsburg Mrs Thomas D dines who has been quite ill at her homo in Audu bon Park is now convalescent and out of danger Friends of John Goulding will gret to learn that he is suffering from an attack of erysipelas at his homo In New Albany Miss Lillie Thompson of Shep herdsville has returned home after a pleasant visit with Miss Frances I Donahue in Oakdale Mr and Mrs John P Hanley Crescent Hill have been entertain ing Mrs William B OConnell and son Charles of Newport Edward J McGrath 1337 Hull street is receiving the congratulations on the arrival of a pretty baby girl to brighten his home Mrs William M Higgins has been spending the week at the home of her daughter Mrs Thomas D Clines who suffered a severe attack of tonsil tie Mr and Mrs William F Burke ot Covington enjoyed a pleasant visit hero with M and Mrs F W Mlllspaugh at their home in Crescent Hill Mrs John Welsh West Ormsby avenue and niece Miss Elizabeth Conley have returned from a delightful visit to Mr and Mrs P Ryan at Norwood near Cincinnati The marriage of Miss Beatrice Arterburn and Lawrence Lolbert will take place Thanksgiving day at 9 oclock in the morning at St Johne church Father Schuhmann officiating Mr and Mrs Clint C McClarty have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Lucy Elliott McOlarty to Roscoe Conkllng The wedding will be solemnized quietly In January From Grand City where she is attending school Miss Helen Ala other will arrive November 26 to upend the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs W L Mapotber The marriage of Miss Emma Bloomer and William C Stone will take place at St Peters church next Thursday morning at 9 oclock followed by a breakfast at the resI- dence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Henry Bloemer 1700 Gallagher street Mr and Mrs Patrick Nolan have returned from their honeymoon trip to the East and are receiving their friends at their home 728 West Oak street Before her marriage Mrs Nolan was Miss Margaret Tierney The marriage was a quiet one and was solemnized at St Louis Berirands church on October 21 A pretty wedding IB announced to take place on Thanksgiving day at St Paters church Seventeenth anI Garland when Mire Letitle Lee KU kdlly will become the bride of Charts tBuddhu The attendants wttl ba Mine non Schmidt and WP jcnkrity brother pf the bride Missl KiOwlly to the daughUr of Mr andy Mrs James Kilkelly 1653 Prentlc street and is a favorite In the younger social set The groomeleci is connected with thoFultonConwa Company Immediately after thel marriage the young couple will gc to housekeeping and bo at home at 2507 Rowan street The marriago of Miss Ella Seal and William F Holleran topjt place Thursday morning at St Patrick church with a nuptial mass at 630 oclock followed by a wedding breakfast at tho home of the bride parents Mr and Mrs Patrick Scally After December 1 they will be at homo to their friends at 621 North Twentythird street Mr and Mrs William T Speak formerly of this city but now locator in Indianapolis will celebrate their silver wedding today and the following guests from this city will 1 be present at the celebration Mr and Mrs W G Rankin the latter belnj a daughter of Mr and Mrs Speak Mr and Mrs J J Mooney Mr and Mrs J E Rankln Mrs Mary Mooney and Misses Sadie and Anna Me- Wfstefleld I Misses Josephine and Klrwai Tierney of 1119 West Broadway entertained the members of their 500 cfub with luncheon Covers wore laid for Misses Esther Vowels Hermenla Block Elizabeth Hoffman Marie Dumstorf Theckli Block Annetta Steinmetz Marie Lorenz Elizabeth Nold Josephine and Kirwan Tierney Elizabeth Greenwell Mamie Cronin and Blanche Tierney I WILLIAM MALONEY Another of the older residents ot Louisville has passed to his last re wad William Maloney a retired quarryman and widely known is dead at the age of seventyfive years Almost his entire life had been spent here and was marked by unos tentatious works of mercy and charity He was the fatherinlaw of George Zix 2036 Frankfort avenue with whom he made his home and an uncle of Sergeant John M Maloney of tho mounted police SurvivIng him are a son Thomas Maloney two daughters Mrs Mol lie Seaton and Mrs George Zix a sister Mrs Mary Stinson of Indianapolis and a brother living in Ire land The funeral was held Monda morning St Frances of Rome church being thronged with sorrow- Ing friends and relatives Rev Father Thomas White was the cele brant of the requiem mass and in his sermon spoke words of praise for his dead friend and his exemplary nfe FESTIVAL AT ST WILLIAMS Members of St Williams cpngre gation have completed all arrange ments for the Thanksgiving festival and oyster supper to be held In the school hall Thirteenth and Oak next Monday afternoon and evening Every detail has been attended to and nothing has been left undone that would tend to make the affair a grand success The men of the parish have entered into the spirit and have helped the women in their efforts to make the supper and turkey hunt the greatest of any ever held in that section of the city Lotto games will be played from 3 to 5 oclock In the afternoon after which an excellent oyster supper will Je served The main feature of course will be the turkey hunt from 730 to 10 oclock for which forty fine ones have been secured FEAST OF ST CECILIA The feast of St Cecilia will be ob erved with elaborate and impressive services at St Cecilias church Twentyfifth and St Cecilia street on Sunday November 22 Solemn high mass will be sung at 1030 a m wbE na special musical pro gramme will be rendered by the choir under the direction of Miss Agnes Richter organist of St Cecilias TheiR Francis OCon nor will be the celebrantl of the mass aMlated by Rty Father Craney the pavtpri as dfaeoiu arid the Ref Ed Lund Baxter 0 Pof St Louis Bertranda M i ubdeacon Father Baxter who is an eloquentJ and able speaker wU pros h theIwrmonn r y 1 r Boys 1 0M V Cordltroy 2pants Suits 5 SomethingMighty MightyGood Goodat LEVYS THIRD AND MARKET i tn tiHHti eaNe+sewH+ i ICE CREAMPLAIN OR BRICK For Family Party and all Social and Society Gather- Ings Purity Guaranteed Vanilla per gallon 75o Fruit per gallon 85o Brick per gallont100 WATHENPhone 439 SOUTH EIGHTH ST RECENT DEATHS Death invaded the home circle ot Henry and Anna Bauer Summit avenue Sunday evening and snatched away their beloved infant daughter Florence whose short life brought to them their greatest happiness Her funeral was held Tues day morning from St Joseph church That an angel awaits them In heaven Is consolation for the bereaved parents St Pauls parish mourns the death of another of its most esteemed members Mrs Mary Get wfltz beloved wife of Adolph Gey wltz 432 East Kentucky street She was a women of exemplary life and character one that might be well emulated Funeral services were held Monday morning in St Pauls church when Father Thomas York paid tribute to her worth unday afternoon the Rev Pat rijjk Walsh of the Sacred Hear urch conducted the last sad rites ver the remains of Mrs Nora Mc Cormack Grant widow of John P Grant who died at the residence of her daughter Mrs Margaret G OBrien 2627 Garland avenue Her life had been an inspiration and benedictiOn to her family and friends and death though not unexpected came nevertheless as a great shock to all who knew her Miss Mollle McNamara sixty years old and for many years with the KaufmanStraus Company was burled Wednesday morning from tHe Cathedral Miss McNamara was a patient longsuffering and devout Catholic woman who will be missed very much by a host of friends She is survived by a number of cousins among them D F D X J C and C1 C Murphy The Interment was In New Albany by the side of her parents the late Martin and Bridget McNamara His many friends were deeply grieved when they learned of the WConnellyaMrs Bridget Connelly 907 Frahk lln street The deceased was head bookkeeper for the National Toi bacco Company and had beep ill with pneumonia and apolexy but three days Besides hlsageil rnqther ho leaves a brother Joseph Con nelly and one sister The funeral was held from St Johns church Tuesday morning Father Schuh manu conducting the solemn obsequies Miss Maria Flynn passed peacefully away Sunday afternoon at the home of her sister Mrs G L Smith 1013 West Market street For twentyfive years she had been an invalid but she bore her suffer- Ings with patience and fortitude and died a practical Christian Threo brothers James J John and Bartholomew Flynn and three slsi ters Mrs Mlchae 1J Rawley Mrs GL Smith and Mrs Dennis Cain survive her The funeral was held Tuesday morning from St Patricks church with requiem mass attended by many mourning friends and rela tlves tDdatb removed last Sunday a well known and estimable man intlie person of John J McNally a former Collector of Internal Revenue and faithful member of the Sacred Heart church Born in Ireland eighty four years ago he had lived in Louisville for snore than half a cen tury and had spent mapy years in 4Naehlie among his Superiors and fellow yorkBaeB Ieft to mourn hia death are b yjife Mrs Jane MeNally IS127 West Kentucky attest one kr CASINO AND ORPHEU THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR nOT These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisvih Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic WHEN IN NEED OF Cut Flowers or Design WorK CALL OR VISIT THOMAS DE SPAIN FLOR 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SMITHS SONtr AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET NbN041NES N E SEE POOLEY Confidential Loansf BESIRATESANYSECURITYcuw i I FR POOLEY 1 Oiartei3edra rik InterbouthBldg S BROWNFIELD HOLLENBAOH s INCORPORATEDDistillers i 1 and 62000000 CAPACITIESS i JMain i 1 AU tlIJlateandaew3 leg andShzpee- taxb round here At uouWe iprlc CaIlaa4 we 11- r 1n d MISSIONARIES Who Became Pioneers of Cntho liclty in Early Days of Kentucky Three Sulplcians Whoso Careers Were Strangely Inter woven Benedict Joseph Flaget Selected For Second and Third Bishop THE FOUNDATION OF NAZARETH lBy James A Rooney LL D Among the missionaries given to Amorlca by the French revolution when the colleges and seminaries were closed and priests and semin arians were dispersed and forced to fly for their lives were three Sulplclans destined to exert a wide spread Influence on the church in the West They were John Baptist Mary David and Benedict Joseph Flaget priests and Stephen Theo dore Badin a subdeacon They sailed together from Bordeaux in January 1792 reaching Philadelphia on March 26 and Baltimore two days later and though they separated for a time Providence brought them together In the mis sionary field of the West where they became the pioneers of Cathol icity In Kentucky with careers so Interwoven that one can scarcely be mentioned without reference to the othersMr Badin completed his studies in Baltimore and was ordained by Bishop Carroll on May 25 1793be ing ithe first priest ordained withIn the limits of the thirteen original States He was assigned to the Ken tucky mission and at once started for the field of his future labors going afoot as far as Pittsburgh He said his first mass In Kentucky In the home of Denis McCarthy near Lexington where fifty years later on May 26 1843 he celebrated the golden jubilee of his priesthood Making his headquar ters at White Sulphur near Lexing ton for fourteen years he was the pioneer misionary of that section of country In 1806 Father Charles Nerlnckx later the founder of the Sisters of Loretto came to share his burden and together they lived and wrought at St Stephens Pottingers creek On the arrival of Bishop Flaget Father Badin was his zeal ous colaborer for many years Ten years after celebrating his golden jubilee he passed to the reward of his labors in Cincinnati April 21 1853 Father Flaget had preceded Father Badin as a missionary to the West for he arrived at Vlncennes Ind December 21 1792 being sent thereby Bishop Carroll as a mission ary to the Indians Later he was recalled to take a professorship in Georgetown College and when the see of Bardstown was created AprIl 8 1808 he was named as Us first Bishop and was consecrated Novem ber 4 1810 He did not reach his see until June 9 1811 All this time Father David was exercising his zeal In the Maryland missions He was the first pastor of Bryantown where his first bap tismal record was made in 1793 After a time at Georgetown and at St Marys Baltimore acting also as spiritual director of Mother Setons Sisters at Emmitsburg he was invited by his old friend Bishop Flaget to go to Bardstown to found a diocesan seminary and to institute the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth and in these two apostolic duties he found his life work Accompanied by the Bishop and several ecclesiastics one of whom Guy Ignatius Chabrat afterward succeeded him as Bishop Flageta coadjutor the party reached Bards town June 9 1811 Father David founded the seminary on the farm of St Thomas near Bardstown in a log house and ho lived to see forty seven of his students ordained as priests four of Whom were destined to wear the miter namely Guy Ignatius Chabrat Ignatius A Rey nolds of Charlestown John McGill of Richmond and Martin John Spalding of Louisville later Arch bishop of Baltimore Another of his boys was Ellslia John Durbin one of tho early priests of Kentucky who after laboring for sixty years died at Shelbyvllle in 1885 When Father David felt the need of some devoted religious women to instruct children visit tho sick and the poor and assist in the care of the seminary Teresa Carrico Cath erine Spalding and Harriet Gardiner zealous and sturdy daughters of pioneer settlers were the first to offer themselves for the work He housed them In a log cabin which he chlleo Nazareth and ten years later they moved to a location north of Bardstown and took possession of the house of a Presbyterian minister Father David offering the first mass in what had been the ministers study Here the Sisters labored under his direction little dreaming that Nazareth would ever develop into Its present magnificent propor I bone Bishop Flaget laid the corner stone of a now Cathedral July 16 1816 and then he petitioned that his old friend and fellow labbrer be appointed his coadjutor The appointment was made November 25 1817 but owing to Father Davids reluctance to accept episcopal hon ors his consecration was deferred two years and did not take place until August 15 1819 just a week alto the completion of the Cathe change In his modEl of life and he continued to perform all the duties dral His elevation made little of a missionary priest preaching with a fluent English diction and with not a trace of his native accent Hie defense pt Catholic doctrine In reaponfce to a challenge from a Preftbyterisa minister named Hall WM a notable eatrof Jail ejrteeo pate sad though av rM tooNlda 0 r r c SOCIETY DIRECTORY i Ap IJ- DIVISION 1- Second and Fourth Thursday LIeder kjiihzr Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDor cibtt Recording Secretary Walter Cusick Financial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTroasurerThomas Keenan Sr 9ergeant at A meTlaiLyone I DIVISION J3 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oa- kPresidentC Jo Ford Vice PresldentpJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSehtinelThomaslJannon SehtinelThomasHannonDIVISION Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P Price Financial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon 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 SergeantatArms Thomas Far roll J McDermott ISentinelH Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial Secretary Will Cassin Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalRaymond E Schott Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive Committee F G Ad ams George Simonis Frank Gelled W A Link Chas Schuler COMING EVENTS Monday November 23Candy pulling in St Patricks school hall Thirteenth and Market November 23Turkey festival lot benefit of St Williams church In parish hall- Tuesday November 24 Turkey festival euchre and lotto of Cecilian Charity Club- Wednesday November 26 Dance by Mackin Council Club in Mackin Council Hall- November 25 Euchre and lotto by Division 3 A O H at Heptasoph Hall- O cusslons ho handled his opponent without gloves and withal in such a forceful dignified and convincing manner that he was never again called upon to enter the lists In 1832 Bishop Flaget resigned and was succeeded by his coadjutor who at once appointed him Vicar General and forwarded his own resignation to Rome It was accepted and Bishop Flaget was then re making Bardstown but also the third Bishop David then retired to Naz areth to pass his declining years and he died there July 12 1841 In the eightyfirst year of his age the fiftysixth of his priesthood and the twentysecond of his episcopacy ACADEMY ALUMNAE The Alumnae Society of Presentation Academy will hold its annual meeting at the academy this after noon when the yearly election of officers will take place and a new President chosen to succeed Miss Wilhelmina Waller Tho alumnae has decided to have a reunion on the first Friday of each month to keep the members in touch with each other Todays meeting will be more informal than usual and will allow the members to become better acquainted with the fourteen pros pective graduates of 1915 in whose honor this party is given At the monthly gatherings four girls will servo as hostesses being selected In alphabetical order Misses Daylesa McCIoskey Margaret King MariBlehl and Lee McClusky were chosen hosteses for the December reunion FOR FEAST DAY The patronal feast of St Eliza beth of Hungary will be observed with elaborate ceremony tomorrow at St Elizabeths church on East I wllIbftIdelivered by Rev Father J Assent the pastlrOn Wednesday and Thursday the congregation will give a turkey social with euchre and lotto as features for Wednesday afternoon and Thursday night A hot turkey supper will be served each evening I IARCIIDISIIOP STRICKEN James H Blenk Archbishop of New Orleans was taken suddenly ill in Chicago last Archbishop 1856 He was Appointed Bishop of Porto Rlc In 189P and In 1906 made Arcflbishop attggdtheof the Catholic Church BxtenBlpni SocUty i KNIGHTSl OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Hero and Else where The council at Albany Ore has ninetyeight members The fourth was conferred on 101 candidates at the Memphis exempli fication A new council was installed last Sunday at Mt Angel Ore starting off with a large resident member shipNearly half a hundred were added to the ranks at Rockford Ill bringing the membership close to the 400 markIThe Knights Fremont held their fourth initiation and conferred the three degrees on thir tysix candidates The New York Chapter lias for its chaplain the Rev John J Wynne one of the most brilliant members of the Jesuit order I Tho combined councils of Cincin nati and Hamilton county held In itiation exercises Sunday the class numbering about 1QO Last Sunday a large class was initiated at Jasper Ind Another large class will receive the three de grees tomorrow at Peru More than 1000 couples took part in tho grand parade at the annual ball of La Salle Assembly held Wednesday night at the Hotel La Salfe Chicago The cornerstone of tho club house of Leo XIII Council of Chicago was laid Sunday afternoon Jqhn L Sheridan was master of ceremonies and Judge John J Sullivan placed the stone Several thousand Knights witnessed the ceremonies and were addressed by Fathers D F McGuire and James Pr Cannell Chaplain of the council RECOVERING Glover Groark the bright young son of Mr and Mrs Thomas J Groark Front street and Ohio ave nue Jeffersonville is recovering from the effects of the fall In which he sustained a broken arm ELECTRIC WIRING FINISHED This week the electric light wiring for St Thomas Home for orphan boys was finished and the current will be turned on for Thanksgiving day The next improvement will be the installation of modern wash Ing machinery which Is very much needed For safety the fire escape which had become rusty and could not be used has been again put in good condition GOOD LUCK JIM James J McCormick the en gineer who is well known here and especially in that section known as Limerick where he was born and reared is now one of the repro sentative citizens of Russellvllle and Is also quite a man of family being the proud papa of three girls and one boy the latter according to many being a chip off the old block FOR NEW HOME A large crowd is expected to be on hand at the euchre and lotto to be given by Division 3 A O H at Heptasopb Hall next Wednesday evening when in addition to the euchre and lotto there will be awards of the different combination book prizes The proceeds will be donated to the home building fund and the committee expects to realize a nice sum WITH THE SICK Patrick Regan one of the veteran Ice men of Louisville is in a serious condition at St Josephs Hospital where he was taken for treatment for nephritis The condition of Martin J Cusick the merchant tailor is reported much improved For the past few days ho hits been able to be up and see his friends LEBANON The marriage of Miss Harriet N Doody and William A Humkey both well known In Lebanon and vicinity was solemnized Tuesday morning In St Augustines church Rev Father Hogarty performed the cere mony which was witnessed by a large gathering of relatives and well wishers of the bride and groom St MARTINS congregation social for the benefit of St Martins church to be held next Thursday evening in the large hall Shelby and Gray streets Euchre and lotto will eveningsupperwilland in addition a handsome door prize will be awarded An entertainment for the children will be held on Friday beginning at 1 oclock FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours Adoration is des- Ign ted for two churches in this city next weekSt Mary Magdalens on Brook street and the Church of Our Lady in Portland These 1ms pressive and beautiful devotions will begin with the high mass tomorrow TuesdayFatherseach be assisted by a number of visiting clergyl SWORN IN AS JUDGE Jeffersonvilleas Judge of the Fourth Judicial Cir cult of Indiana consisting of the Clark Circuit Court and Wednesday he was sworn in its a regular Judge pointmentofCoy ruary lip to this time Judge For tunes riw term startsJImmediately fctfd heYrili serve for jlrI yeirsI bill uboeeeor beingSelected in Novemberu 19ZO rAYyn FRANK FEHR 1JXCC3CPC BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KYI FALLS CITY BREWING CO11 INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street i Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Ifce Ordcf a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 T- IIIDWIEDEMANN t mCOIUOItATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beersw Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity 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for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the I dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co r wtOpcnil st g r For Your Furniturei WantsI I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the beat JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street 00 GAS HEATERS sWe have the best assortment of Gas Heaters in the city and you can save money by buying a Gas Heater direct from us and letting your plumber make connections b GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET ST I 1 H4 0 + oJ + oos oJ 01 oo tIl I tf+ FRANK A OHLMANN tr- l GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES You Can Make a Square Meat o+ Our Round Steak LLJJ a l Plprt sriii a I s i PIuw 1IIr5252 90QFtllklil Street j Q HIBERNIANSI I i What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 4 meets next Monday evening at Bertrand Hall T Jersey City and Hudson county have twentyfive divisions Cold weather has Increased the at division meetings 1DIvision1 tendance at their euchre and lotto next Wednesday evening Frequent reunions would awaken new Interest In the divisions and the I crease attendance at meetings would in I Mrs Lowery of Fort tertained the South Wednesdayii Auxiliary at a banquet eveningMichael Sheehan a prominent t member of the order won his race for Sheriff of San Mateo county California There will be no meeting of Divis ion 1 next Thursday night as mem bers will want to spend Thanksgiv- Ing at home The members of Division 4 are anxious for an initiation In the newly fitted Bertrand Hall which has shower baths ante rooms etc The genial face of Martin Cusick was sadly missed at the housewarm Ing of Division 1 All hope it will not be long until ho recovers from his illness From the Leader wo note great activity in Hibernian circles in San Francisco Not a week goes by without something doing by either r division or auxiliary State President M J OConnor of Akron is receiving encouraging letters from his county members which Indicate a substantial increase In Ohios membership by the end of tho year Division 2 will meet the first Thursday In December when tho an tat election of officers will take place Friends of Joo Lynch and ohn Keaney are urging them for the Presidency Division 1 will hold its annual election of officers on Thursday De cember 10 the only meeting to be held that month This is owing to the fact that the night for the sec ond meeting will be Christmas eve Among the old guard at the ho warming of Division 1 were Tom Lynch John Henslon Joe Lynch Tim Sullivan Edward Clancy James Barry David OConnell John Hen nessy and others for whom there was a hearty welcome Division 2 is arranging for n re union feast and smoker at Us hall Thirteenth and Oak streets on Thursday December 3 and extends a cordial Invitation to tho other divis ions to be present as guests This is the preliminary to an active mem bership campaign The County Board will have an open meeting tomorrow night in the Chamber of Commerce Audi torium at Columbus Ohio P H ODonnell one of the leading law yers of Illinois and President of the Irish Choral Society of Chicago will be the principal speaker IRISH CHAMPION WINS The opening westling bout of the First Regiment Athletic Association last Tuesday evening between Pat Connolly the British Isles cham pion and Yankee Rogers the cham pion of New England proved to bo the fastest held here since wrestling was revived although both men were over 200 pounds In weight Connolly weighing 205 and Rogers 225 Heretofore the tactics between the large men have consisted of many attempts at toe holds which do not furnish enough action but Connolly and Rogers were busy every second and although both were guilty of foul tactics many pinhead spectators hooted and hissed Con nolly alone possibly because he was an Irishman and this class delights In Insulting an Irishman behind his back or In the dark However Con nolly won In two straight falls and mqny critics believe that Manager Buechel could stage a great drawing card by matching him with Hussane WIM GET BUSY With the large attendance and Interest manifested at Friday nights meeting of the Central Committee it was evident that oldtime Interest was awakening in the local ranks of the Catholic Knights of America and that all the branches will soon be busy with organization work President Ben Kruse occupied the chair and the reports of Secretary Henry Schulten and Treasurer Charles Falk were cause for enthusiasm The committee decided to lend its assistance toward the Kentucky exhibit at the Panama Exposition and the building for that purpose Gen Michael Reichert de livered an address that stirred the delegates and brought assurances ot assistance from the State officers who were present He also an I announced that next year the Uniform 1 I Rank of Kentucky and Indiana would have an encampment Capt Oscar Maier announced that the Catholic Knights directory would soon be in the hands of the printer and ready for distribution early in c the new year President Kruse called attention to the annual elec tion of officers to be held at the December meeting which should bring out another large attendance ST VINCENT DE PAULS The St Vincent de Paul parish Shelby and Oak will give Its annual Thanksgiving festival on the eve of Thanksgiving day as well as on Thanksgiving day afternoon and evening in the basement of its school for the benefit of the Sisters new home now in course of erection Lotto with turkey raffle will take place on Thanksgiving eve On Thanksglvlngdarafternoon and a evening a euchre and lotto party will be given when many handsome g prizes will be awarded Various rerreainneBtij and amuseraeatB are t abundantly provided for Supper will be served OB Thanksgiving day front 5 to S p m 1 ItJ1JIt lItlq 1 lorf cL I To Relieve Suffering Humanity 8 Louisville Ky October Uli IHace about stz years I dId not knoW Wfcat a good nIghts a rest was I would wtlw worn out my homo cares were ry heavy and bad no one to help me ifcculder the burden This thought near tr drove me frantlo and my health was making down but at this writing I bond Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic and low feel that I am myself again That op reralve feeling on my brain dlsap after tho first dose of maEloba sleep returned sad also my health for which I hope that God will spare tha Tonlo lone to relieve Yrs McMahon humanltTI Reametown Pa says s Nerve Tonic helped him 1 sleeplessness whichgreatcsince the last two or three FREE NerIVOU8Prepared by REV RASHER IOllrUO d Fort Wayne led since 1876 and now by the KOEN1G MED CO Chicago DL 62 W Lake Street near Dearbora SUM Derbottl6for5L421 AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memor able Events in the Catholic History of America By James A Rooney LL D November 22 1903On this date the feast of St Cecilia patron of church music Pbpe Plus X Is sued instructions on sacred music commonly styled the Mot Proprio Society of St Gregory ito promote the cause of sacred music reform organized at tho Catholic Summer School of Amer ica at Cliff Haven N Y July 7 1914 with tho Rev E R Dyer of St Marys Seminary Baltimore as President November 23 1862The Right Rev Claude Mary Dubuls consecrate- second Bishop of Galveston a Lyons France resigned July 12 1881 and returned to his old homo in France remaining titular Bishop until 1894 when he vn promoted to be Archbishop of Area born March 10 1817 at Coutouvre France ordained Juno 1 1844 died at Vernaison France May 22 1895 November 24 1877Death of Com iriander George Parker Ryan U S N with seven officers and sev entyfive men in tho wreck of the Huron off Kitty Hawk NoC born in Boston 1842 eminent mathematician and astronomer observed transit of Venus fo United States at Kerguelan Island December S 1874 November 261819The Very Rev Henry Conwell Vicar General of diocese of Armagh Ireland ap pointed to the see of Philadelphia as second Bishop when in his seventyfourth year consecrated by Bishop iPpynter of London on St Bartholomews day August 24 1820 arrived at Philadelphia following December born fin County Derry in 1745 died April 22 1842- November 27 1911 Archbishop John M Farley of New York created Cardinal priest under the title of Sancta Marla supra Miner vain Archbishop William H OConnell of Boston created Car dlnal priest under the titled of San ClementeIovember 28 1843 Diocese of Mil waukee Indian Good Land established with the Right Rev John Martin Hennl known as the patriarch of the Northwest as first Bishop born in Obersaxen Switzerland June 13 1805 or dained at Cincinnati February 2 1829 consecrated by Bishop Purcell Mardi 19 1844 Arch bishop February 12 1875 died September 7 1881- THANKSGIVING TURKEYS The euchre lotto cake and turkey sale byst Cecilias congregation for the poor next Tuesday afternoon and evening in St Cecilias Hall promises to be an attraction All the church societies even the children and the people generally are taking active interest Over a hundred prizes and fifty cakes have already been do nated and arrangements made for all the turkeys wanted for your Thanksgiving dinner Take West Main street car to St Cecilia street WILL MAKE GOOD Ben Gildehaus one of the best known Jewelers In the Falls Cities and for twentytwo years with C P Barnes Co has severed his engageInhaus has opened an establishment at 233 South Fifth street where he will make a specialtyofffne watch clock and Jewelry repairing His long experience in this line 16 a guarantee that work intrusted to his care will receive prompt and satisfactory attention THREE DAYS BAZAR Extensive preparation has been Trinityhurchfor the three days bazar to be given nextTuesdayAn excellent supper will be served beturkeyaUheadedwithCaptthe Executive Committee which gives assurance that this baser will be one of the most successful ever undertaken by Holy Trinity congregation JIAOKINCOUNOm Mackin Council Y M I will have routine meeting Monday night beivenSundAY Interest lla being shown In he election of officers which takes place nut month and already a numbs of warns contests are pre dieted cf IRELANDI Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death is announced of Thomas Turner Clerk of Clogher Union after an illness pf a few months W J Brophy Stonyford National school Thomastown has been awarded the Carlisle and Blake premiumRev Quigley Castlebridge and Rev N T Sheridan Rams grange have been appointed to the two vacant stalls in Ferns Cathedral Miss Mary McNally Sister Mary St Anne Strokestown was professed at the Mercy Convent Sligo Very Rev E Canon Doorly officiat ingBy a vote of ten to seven the County Meath Technical Committee appointed P J Barnett of Dublin to the position of Manual Inspector at 625 a year Two farms the property of Mrs Marla Hanlon Edenderry were sold recently at auction The purchaser William Smith of Clontn paid 13500 for the farms The death of the Very Rev John C Lyons O P exProvincial of the Irish Dominicans took place at Watford Father Lyons who was a native of Tralee had reached his sixtieth year The Dunshaughlin Workhouse was recently taken over by the War Office and turned into a military hospital The inmates were trans ferred to the Bailleborougli and Kells workhouses RoyaluIrish Rifles was arrested in his house in Newry on a charge of de sertion Ho was kept in custody pending the arrival of a military es cort from Armagh Fermanagh County Council has appointed T Maguire Ennisklllen Secretary to the Tuberculosis Com mittee and Miss McManus Derrylln nurse at the Central dtuberculosis dispensary Seventeen members voted for Dr OReilly and seventeen for Dr Mc Keever at an election of dispensary ofsthe Trim Guardians Chairman Flynn voted for Dr OReilly who was declared elected A case of much Interest to tenants of laborers cottages came be fore the Mullaghroe court recently when a man named Murphy was decreed for possession but the case for arrears of rent was dismissed as the cottage was in bad repair The sudden death of Patrick Mulcahy Dungcrvanl was a shock to deadrin his house The evening before the was apparently in good health and was at evening devotions He was a member of an old and respected Dungarvan family During the removal of a traction engine at Barna near Cloghjordan Edward Shea who was sitting on the tender fell off and his head coming in contact with the ground he sus tamed a fractured skull and died after the last rites had been admin istered by Father Maloney William Donnelly who resided alone in a house in Coallsland went to sleep on a chair alongside the fire and his clothes became ignited His cries for help attracted a neigh bor who hastened to his rescue The doctor had him removed to the Dungannon Hospital where he suc cumbed to his injuries Consequent on the death of tho Right Rev Monsignor OHara Cross mollna Most Rev Dr Naughton has made the following appointments Very Rev Chancellor A McHale Kilglass to Crossmollna as Vicar General Rev W Healy Templeboy to Kilglass and appointed to the va cant canonry Rev J ODonohue Skreen to Templ boy NIFTY GOLDEN YEARS Sister Euphrasia who Is Mother Superior of St Josephs Hospital in Lexington and who is widely known In philanthropic circles throughout Kentucky will today celebrate her golden jubilee the fiftieth anniversary of the date on which she be came a nun Sister Euphrasia came to Lexington and established St Jo sephs Hospital thirtyseven years ago and In the intervening time has identified herself as a leader of charitable work and has endeared herself not only to Lexington people but to the people or Central Kentucky Her anniversary will be ap propriately observed at the hospital She will receive her friends during the day in the evening a banquet will be given by the Sisters in her honor to be followed by tho anni versary celebration programme The Rev Ferdinand Brossart Vicar General of the Covington diocese will come to Lexington for the jubilee conTerence Baltimore next week Bishop Maes will be unable to be present Mother Rose of Nazareth head of the Sisters of Charity in America will also be there HOLY CROSS BENEFIT The Holy Cross parish will give a euchre and lotto and turkey contest in the basement of their new school building Thirtysecond and Broad way next Tuesday afternoon and evening for the benefit of the new Holy Cross school now nearing completion A bountiful supper will be served by the ladles of the Altar Society who are well known for their culinary accomplishments and ability to satisfy the most aesthetic taste Many handsome prizes have been donated for the oc casion and fifty turkeys will beIdistributed among the fortunate at tendants ALUMNI SMOKER The St Xavier College Alumni Association bold Us annual election of officers Thursday night at a largely attended meeting in the college hall 118 W et Broadway Efforts made to increase the membership were reported M verysueoeeBfal A smoker arranged for the oeaaion was greatly enjoyed 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