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NO. 14. tho prosenco of this deplorable cataclysm of the human raco Amerthat ica shall be honestly neutral; she shall respect tho ancient American maxim of fair play and no favorites; that she shall not furnish on a stupendous scale to ono side only "tho things that kill," to become the great arsenal and depot of military supplies for the Alllqs, whilo permitting Great Britain to hold up 2,000 American cargoes, contrary to tho plain provisions of International law as heretofore recognized in tho declaration of London and elsewhere by England herself. Tho English always got others to fight their battles for them. In this war they have brought savages of many colors to tho front oven as they enlisted the tomahawk and the scalping knife against tho patriots 1 of the Amercian Revolution. think that tho Irish do not fool at homo in such company. Undo Sam ought not to feel highly honored at being invited to join that select society. And with all their subject nations and with all the allies whom thoy can bribe, bully or cajolo to help them, Kitchener's great, much advertised army is holding about as much of the western front as the Belgians. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. HYPHENATED Americans Defended by lion. Henry Vollmer at Irish Gathering In Chicago. Says Englishmen Despise This Country and Never Become DEFICIENT New York City Unable to Edu- cate Thousands of Children Properly. I I Tho Public Service tho Parochial School Benders tho - daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. O'Brien, became the bride of John of Louisville. Tho cereDares "Watson to Deny and De- L. Boland, performed by tho brldo's Stanley Campaign, Leaders Call Matter Over "Which High Minded mony was English Follow Precedent of uncle, the Rev. J. J. O'Brien, assisted Hand of Courier Journal clares He Has tho Patriots Might Well Having Others Do Their by her cousin, the Rev. Peter J. and Times. Proof. Ponder. Fighting. The bride wore a filet lace gown over embroidered chiffon. Instead of a veil she wore a bridal cap of tulle, caught on cither side with LOYLESS' BRAVE EXPRESSION tho orango blossoms which her moth- LOCAL REFORMERS' BUNCOMBE PERF8MING A GREAT SERVICE IRISH AND GERMANS PATRIOTIC er had worn at her wedding. She Feast of Our Lady of Victory carried ono of the now prayer bouquets of orchids and lilies of the valCelebrated by Church Agitation over the murder of Leo ley. Tho brldo's only attendant was Next Tuesday and Wednesday Tho blindly prejudiced mind must press and many The Tomorrow. Frank does not comq to an end even her young sister, Miss Loretta will bo registration days and tho illogical. It does not necessarily bo other publications have given much in Georgia, though sensitive citizens O'Brien, who was In peach-blochif- campaign managers in cities of the examine Into facts, but wildly proof that State who do not like to hear fon, over blue taffeta. She also car- first, second, attention lately to what they term t INTERESTING MEETING. third and fourth claims facts to bo as its passion and "Hyphenated" Americans, the intenit talked of havo advised that dis- ried a shower bouquet of roses. The imagination dictate. In no case is Dates Back More Than Four cussion of the affair bo stopped. bridegroom was attended by his classes will bo given a lino on Just tion being to discredit the Division 1, A. O. H., held a very Tho latest utterance on the subject brother. After the ceremony a wed- how much Interested are tho voters who naturally are inter- Interesting and well attended meet- this more clearly shown than in that Centuries to Battle of Is a three-pag- e article In tho Atlanta ding breakfast was served at the In tho coming election. The figures Germany's progress in the ing Thursday evening of last week of Catholic education. For long the ested in Lcpanto. Chronicle, signed by the editor and bride's home to the Immediate fam- of the two days will also bo a pretty present war. The following address and quite a sum was added to the parochial school has been tho target publisher of .that paper, Thomas W. ily. Mr. Boland and his bride by Hon. Henry Vollmer, delivered treasury. good indication as to tho result in forces in' this of tho Chairman Loyless, in which he attacks Tom at a reecnt picnic of the United Irish Committee TheSick reported of the country. It has been held up as proof Different opinions aro for an Eastern trip after November. on that no Watson, tho noisy, notorious Georgia which they will make their Societies in Chicago, gives tho other member of tho division was now on of the deslro of Catholicism to dehome in expressed as to tho attitude of tho Solemn High Mass to Bo Follow- agitator, and charges him with tho Louisville, where they will bo greet- Progresslvo voters, the (Republicans uw biuo vi uio uuiauuu. uuu iu which report was grate-th- e stroy tho American ideal, supposedly tho chief responsibility for the Frank ed with a hearty welcome and tho claiming that they will be found sane and sensible view. Mr. fullysick list, by tho members pres represented in tho public schools. ed by Procession at received lynching and consequent disgrace to best Tho Vollmer said in part back dn the G. O. P. ranks. And yet it is at last beginning to wishes of a legion of friends. ent. Tho presence of tho veteran the State; his campaign against Dominicans'. Progressive leaders assert that they You and I aro guilty of tho same Hibernian, Hon. John Ryan, was a be realized that if tho much deFrank and his persistent attacks on will show a registration larger than unpardonable sin wo are "hyphen- sourco of much pleasure to all, and nounced parochial schools, mainMOURN HER DEATH. former Gov. Slaton having incited last year, while tho (Democrats proated" Americans. The tory editors his speech commanded attention tained by the private generosity of to insurrection, riot and murder, to not of our tory press are conducting a throughout. Ho is possessed of good Catholic layfolk and the sacrifice of Tho passing from this life on fess either ofworry over tho showing with the former Governor as the their opponents, and noisy agitation, with much head-lin- e Thursday morning of 'Mrs. Julia of Judgment and sound reasoning with tho religious orders, wero not now in LOCAL CHURCH OBSERVE FEAST next possible Victim. display of the American flag and an easy flow of language torso on existence the public school systems Long Torpey, widow of Patrick state that this is a Democratic year Ho declares that Watson's moand a forerunner of the "got bepatriotic quotations, with more or matters pertinent to the interest of our cities would be utterly unable tives were to Increase the circulation Torpey, removes from the midst of hind Wilson" slogan of next year. less sense to them to abolish the of tho Ancient Order of Hibernians to copo with tho demands for the a large circle of friends one who of his paper, ho having exhausted The Louisville organization is "hyphen." If it were simon-purTomorrow will bo the feast of his 1 education of thousands of children ho being' a member Division against Catholicism had become endeared to many by leaving no stone upturned to enroll nnadulterated patriotism actuating more than thirty-fiv-e ofyears, is en- made upon them. Tho parochial Our 'Lady of the Rosary and as such and ammunition her constant good nature and cheer- a foreign missions, and to wreak banner voto, and to that end a these gentry, one might forglvo the thusiastic and untiring In its wel- schools are thus in reality perform- will be celebrated all over tho vengeance on Gov. Slaton because fulness. Mrs. Torpey will be missed, lack of intelligence frequently dis- fare, financially and otherwise. An ing a great service to tho people of particularly by those who came in corps of workers In every precinct world. Tho moat solemn celebration tho later had refused to do for a dally contact with her, and played. But thoro is a poisonous Invitation from Division 4 to attend this country. her will be on tho job from early morn of the feast In (Louisville will bo friend of his exactly what he dido memory will be cherished in years Tuesday until 9 o'clock, tho closing every such the big initiation of now members insinuation carried in The experience of New York City held at St. Louis OBertrand's church, later for Frank commute his hour, on Wednesday evening. The article, that in some way, at some at their hall Monday was unan- Is splendid evidence of that fact. In of death for murder but had to come by all who wore favored different Democratic Chairmen aro street, between St. Catherine time, or in some place you and I imously accepted. tho New York Call of September 14 Sixth Oak. While October Is entirely permitted him to hang, no doubt of with an Intimate acquaintance with urging their friends to enroll on tho President Mark her. She Is survived by three sons, have been, will bo or might be lack- Ryan stated that he had some new wo read that 800,000 children re and the man's guilt existing. first day. giving them ample tlmo to ing in our duties to the American members for Initiation and expressed turned to the city schools at tho close devoted to tho Rosary, tho first Mr. Loyless reviews the Frank Joseph W. Torpey, general yardmas-te- r persuade he class of voters who aro Sunday commemorates tho least in for i'he L. and N. railroad; Will- always dilatory about registering or Commonwealth whoso protection we his satisfaction "So of tho late vacation season. case, showing that Watson had miswith tho iam and John Torpey, and ono enjoy and to whom our undivided al- standing of Division 1, and ailgood much were the schools too small to a particular manner. it off until tho In the year 1571 tho Catholics represented facts and helped to daughter, Mrs. Gllllsple T. Adams, voting, putting any and all membors concurred in his views tho accommodate the vast numbers that legiance is duo under create sentiment against the accused bemade one last and grand effort to of Jackson. Miss. The funeral eleventh hour". 6 Them. registration circumstances. at least 40,000 children will be stem the tide of Moslems who man and that he made false charges to 9 p. m. fore adjounment. a. hours aro from n Wo use tho term Irish- - or placed on part time. This is because threatened destruction to Europe. against Slaton, among them that ho serlvces will be conducted from tho each day. street, residence. 1031 South Sixth merely as a convenient tho now modern schools which the Tho Catholics under tho leadership was a partner of Frank's attorneys at Possibly 'taking up tho cue given BISHOP CONATY. term of designation of race descent, Board of Education asked for were of Don Juan, of Austria, set forth in and was therefore under pay. Tills 9 8:30 o'clock this morning and at In these columns that tho Haldeman o'clock from St. Louis Bertrand's papers would give no support to tho instead of using the stilted exprescharge was not made until after because the city What a short span and how un- not built this year bent on giving a a fleet to conquer their Moslem ad- Watson had tried to bribe Slaton to church, of which she was a devout sion, American of German or Irish Democratic ticket locally, It da versaries. life? A few days since, so administration wus communicant. Ihey say It in- certain Is 'If Ah, but descent. rumered that Mr. Stanley and som While the members of tho con- let Frank hang by offering to throw to speak, ono were to see Bishop business administration aid did not his political Influence In behalf of dicates an offensive and dangerous Conaty, the verdict would bo y.. mi w.ou u..ww. that ho dare to spend money that might raise fraternity of tho iRosary were enSUCCESSFUL INITIATION. "group consciousness" for us to do was good for years, next "f leaaers look a itui out ui uh and yot, like a taxes." Nino now buildings havo in- gaged in reciting Ithe iRosary in the 'Governor as the ithe 'State.United, The bo. If It were so, I might answer: shot from a pistol, he passed out il deed been erected for this year "and Rome tho Catholic fleet met the States Senator from of Hall on Haldeman this nast week and thaw The initiation at Bertrand "Who has caused and Justified, yea life. May he rest in peace, as ho tho School Board has sent In re- Moslem adversaries. Jn, the Gulf of editor pays high trlbuto to Mr. tlmated to him pretty strongly ..under-th- e Monday-eveniauspices thoy did not approve of his present honesh necessitated this 'group conscious- deserves, and aa quests for eighteen more buildings at Lepanto, huudrodsof miles away, Slaton as A. O ness?' " Wo or our fathers came over Few men have had such aho will. tho cxpenso of ?6, 000,000 to the city, and destroyed tho entire fleet. Popo and scrupulous and, as events have of Division 4, every H., wns a splen- course In trying to throw slurs at varied way and marked hero in all sincerity inspired by career, oven In tho priesthood. Ho but so far this request has been Plus V., who then occupied tho chair proved, ono of the most courageous did success in In the recent primary. tho an epoch in tho local history of tho Tho results campaign leaders know Ideals of American liberty and will was in parish work, both as assist-- Ignored. If tho construction is started of St. Peter, arose from his knees. of men. was very State citing a number of instances order. A class of twenty-liv- e ing and anxious to embrace Amen anf nnd Tfof ni well that the primary here was n Tirna n rxrxtnoany at onco the overcrowding may bo While he was reciting tho Rosary After Slaton's uprightness and Initiated by the degree team com- fair, as was shown by tho one concanism wholeheartedly and without and at tne head of one of tho worid.B somewhat relieved three years from ne saw in a vision the destruction of posed of County President W. J. test instituted, and they know furmental reservations whatsoever. Do greatest Institutions of learning, the now, it is said. Tho chances aro of the Moslem hordes, and at once honesty and his service to tho County Vice and you wonder that we got a group catholic (University at Washington; slim, however, that anything will ordered that tho day should bo State, Mr. Loyless says: "About a Connelly, Maloney, County President ther that tho Courier-JournFinancial Times publishers know that tho his consciousness" In tho black days of d0 .vas a student, a master, an como of the request." thereafter celebrated in commemora- week before Slaton rendered and John M. T. case, Secretary decision in the Frank J. Langan, James primary was fair, the solo purpose the Knownothlng movement or its ornt,r and writer, and lantlv tho An example of the defects in the tion of Our Lady of Victory. and Thomas Lynch, and It was being to creato discord in tho local logltlmate successor, tho A. P. A.? Bishop of a grand old diocese, and public school equipment is given In Gregory XIII. Instituted the feast while ithe hearing of the petition to Do you wonder that we got In when In all his walks and turns he round- tho case of tho Erasmus High School of Our Lady of tho fftosary on tho commute was still in progress, Tom the verdict of all that the work of ranks and, if possible, defeat tho our innocent customs and personal ed out well. He looked the part all of Brooklyn, which was ordered first Sunday In October for all Watson sent Gov. Slaton Ifword the degree team was par excellence. local ticket, none of the nominees tho An augmented choir under the lead- being a personal choice or follower that liberties, our lawful property and the tho way through life, but perhaps closed at tho last minute by the Fire churches with a chapel or altar through a mutual friend Leo Frank ership of Organist James B. Porry of tho Times editor. Haldeman has rights that belong to our homes and never to such advantage as In the Department. It had been a place of dedicated to the Blessed Virgin un- Governor would let bo would hang, ho (Watson) of for a great Stanley and by schools were threatened pulpit. Ho had a singularly com- Instruction for 129 years. "Over der that title. Clement X. extended Slaton's 'friend, for llfo' and that it also came in rendition of sharo old figured thatwin regardless the Stato praise, their of how the tho privilege to all dominions of tho ticket will fanaticism? manding presence, not dominating 1,400 boys and girls wero turned becoming Irish classics being very pleasing. Louisville and Jefferson county go, Do you wonder that somo of us by great physique or majestic voice, away," reports tho Call, "when tho Spanish King. After another sweep- would result Mn Slaton next time. Following tho initiation Division and In that ovomt he can ask tho havo it now, when we see tho but rather by his quiet style, im- doors were locked by orders of tho ing victory had beon gained by the United States Senator' Christians over the Turks in 1710 and the master of 'Georgia politics Prosident John H. Hennessy and his Governor and his followers to pundastardly conspiracy, plotted for pressive because intelligent, forcible Fire Department." for twenty years to come. Of associates served an elegant spread ish tho local committee and give him years by secret diplomacy to array because simple and logical, and con-. And it is not merely in the build- Pope Clement XT. made the feast of . . " spurned tho sugges- with eatables and drinkables In sole control In order .to pave the half of tho world to destroy Germany ' vlnclng because his words wore wen ings that tho trouble of meeting universal observance. Tho church course Slaton would havo abundance. During tho serving of way for tho nomination of Jud "0 a nation, was followed up by tho chosen and ii.. sequence of his present day conditions is found. Tho has from time to time added to tho tion as promptly as he bs Anglo-phll- e delivery was teaching staff Is short of tho number privileges .to be obtained during tho spurned an offer for money for It tho refreshments a musical and vocal Greene for 'Mayor and a complete presentation, and organized efforts of tho ho should sacrifice a. y press to de- cogent and harmonious. Ho had necessary for proper work. "Be- present month, until now the entire meant that for the sake of his politi- programme was rendered, inter- Haldeman ticket In tho next municitoadies of our spersed with recitations and a va pal election. His stand in the races ways, for he was quiet and cause funds wero lacking the teach month Is given over to devotions to human llfo stroy the good name of the raco winning cal ambition. I dare Watson to deny riety of o Irish reels, Jigs and Is in lino with his course In 1911 whoso blood rflows in our veins? The unobtrusive; he was a gentleman in ing corps was found to be. short 300 the holy iRosary. All of the churches and chapels this, for I have the proof of it in dances, John E. Browne furnishing and tho following is an extract from He was elementary teachers, usually every sense of the word. German and the Irishman 150 special tho tho musical accompaniment. Among the statement of Judge Jero Sulliknows my acquire American citizenship as soon especially kind and considerate of teachers and high school teachers. In Loulsvlllle will have somo special man possession, Iand he can prove it." by whom service each day In honor of Our those who took part were Pat Mono-ha- van, of Richmond: as the law will let them. Often the poor, and It is questionable If This places the schools under a "GEN. W. B. .HAIiDE&IiAN SAID It is a bitter arraignment of WatD. R. McCarthy, Martin Mulloy, subjects, who ho ever spoke a harsh word. He greater handicap than In any other Lady of the Rosary, but tho main son who, there Is no doubt, has been unnaturalized British celebration of the feast and of the Joseph McCarthy, Davo Rellly, Pat THAT HE .WAS OUT, THAT THE country and Its was llko the Master, patient; to him year." at heart despise this a public nuisance and a hindrance to Burke and Michael Welsh. Mr. CONVENTION HAD FAILED i.) month will be held at St. Louis institutions, these editors, reporters, a word of censure was never What a much greater handicap church tomorrow. The late progress in his State for many Rellly brought down tho house with FOLLOW HIS VIEWS, AND THAT disposition would y euphonious, and his correspondents and these schools experience if it years, tho article Is a cour rendition of tho "Irish Jubilee," THERE WAS NO FURTHER REmanagers fill the columns of our never permitted approval of assasln-atlo- n wero not for the fact that the mass at 10:30 o'clock will bo solemn ageous and expression on Mr. Loyless his which ho Btands without a peer. SPONSIBILITY ON iHEM IN REblgh. An appropriate sermon will ' in of character. press with their stupid lies about the All suoh however said, and all parochial schools are educating thou- be preached by one of the eloquent part, for it moans vicious assaults Among tho visitors present were GARD TO THE TJOKEfT; THAT causes, tho origin, the progress, the At 3:30 in return ana possiuiy viuieni;e. iiu Senator Mark Ryan, President of Di- THE ACTION OF THE CONVENnnnooiMnnoAi, nt duo admission nnd honor extended sands of Catholic children, without Dominican fathers. on,? HEM any assistance whatsoever from tho o'clock tomorrow RELIEVED HAD afternoon the concludes with these words: vision 1; County Recording Secretary TION Mm wnr. ThAv niRo have a. hvnhen. to his worthy career, possibly there State! It is a matter over which solemn Rosary procession, with 300 "There may be, and I havo no Dan O'Keefe, State Vice President THEREBY, AND HE DID NOT was ono episode In his life to him in But It does not indicate a divided especially pleasing, are, many "patriots" doubt EVEN CALL AT their fifteen It was on i some of our before ranting on tho children and the mysteries banners Georgia Ithero alsewhero who men bo Thomas W. Tarpy and Martin Sheo-ha- n DURING THE HBADQUARTERS loyalty, complete, whole-souland CAMwtill ENTIRE ponder and of tho representing Kllleen, of Division memorable and momentous occasion might of the parochial and undivided, to the British empire, not In Philadelphia in 1881. when there evils AND, AS YOU KNOW, schools and Rosary, a sermon and the recitation unable to understand how any man 3. Rev. Thomas Realty, tho division PAIGN. Father to tho American republic. For they were gathered representative Irish- proposing a special taxation for these of tho Rosary will he followed by could be willing to carry on a work AND L was present, accompanied THE aro doing their utmost to involve the men from all the United States (n Institutions. It is a fact which, benediction of tho Most Blessed of this sort for money oven to in- chaplain, Father Lyons and Rev. TIMES LAilD DOWN ON THE United States In this awful war on support of tho Irish ILand League, emphasized as it has been from time Sacrament. crease his income eight times over. by Rev. Flnnerty. TICKET." Fattier tho side of the allied conspirators rn are much Jjocal Democrats Tho day Is further known as the But such men do not understand were great to time, Ib deserving of continual that assemblage truly conwho plotted It, C. B. of C. V. amused at the antics of several of Feast of tho Roses and tho Feast Tom Watson. He has but four of orators. 'Far-ne-ll men distinguished NUN'S VISIT. When or where have Irish- - or the leaders of the Men's (Federation, of "Toties Quotles." That Is to say trolling passions: Bitterness, born ennnd Davltt, Collins of Boston, hate, been tried and found Daniel Doherty, John Boyle O'Reilly; which claims to be a church organifaithful Catholics can receive a political disappointment; ELLEN RYAN JOLLY. Mother Francesca, Superior of St. zation, but judging by tho actions-o- f wanting in true patriotism? Since Father 3ronln and others, each one plenary Indulgence as often as they gendered by his attitude toward the toCatherine's Academy, ofl St. Caththo nation was born there has not a master. Yet amid them all the ithese leaders tho last several Mrs. Ellen Ryan Jolly, National visit a Dominican church and re- world and the world's attitude been an American battlefield that presentation of the cause of Irelana, President of the Ladies' Auxiliary,. cite prayers for tho intention of the ward him;i exaggerated ego, causing erine, Ky., is now in Boston on a years 'it should bo classed as an and has not seen the color of their blood. as made by (Bishop Conaty, was A. O. H., has been at St. Mary's Col- Pope, provided of course they have him to seek notoriety In any way visit to tho different schools which In tho civil war hundreds of thoif-- miph na never to he foreotten. and lege, South Bend, Ind., in the inter- received the sacraments of ponance possible, and avarice, money to him aro being conducted under Domini- organization. To begin with, thees can auspices. Tho Eastern missions pseudo reformers have no standing god of all." sands of thorn fought for the Union b unanimous voice he was chosen est of the movement launched by the and holy communion. These indul- being the greatest (It Is evident that Georgia Is not of tho Dominican order have juris- or following, and Democratic loaders of these States, while English news the Treasurer or tne movement-Thomauxiliary to erect a monument to gences may be applied to benefit of papers were playing their long suit, was a credit to the nuns who served as nurses dur- the souls In purgatory. Visits can to hear tho last of tho Frank case diction over somo of tne moBt noted have realized that rthis class is J. Conaty and leading educational institutions against them no matter what course detraction and defamation, aimed at his motherland and to his race: he ing the civil war. "J wanted to visit be made as often as desired, the for many a day- In that section. Sister Alexia, Su- they pursue, and as far as political Lincoln and tho Northern was a man among men, a refined the home which sent eighty Sisters' only stipulation is that tho person Abraham perior of the Lowell, Mass., academy, strength is concerned these town POSTPONED. armies and tho Northern cause, while and cultured gentleman and dis- to the war," said Mrs. Jolly, who goes outside the four walls of the and Sister Dolorita, directress of scolds havo none. lives in Pawtucket, (R I. "I havd church. tho English shipyards were busy tinctively a priest of God. from music, have returned to their station, Tho only object achieved that tho Owflng to the Visited the community cemetery1 equipplnc tho Confederate privateers two of these Slaters lie.' where fifty-nin- e Rome of ithe official documents ap- after being tho guests of their par averago person can see is thatgiven RETURNS TO NAZARETH. that destroyed the American comCOLLEGE CLUB. LIVE pointing Right 'Rev. A. J. Schuler ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. O'SulHvan, of or three of the leaders are It is hoped to erect this monument mercial marine. free advertising, and through this Miss Jennie Brqok Finn, of Frank- of Denver. Colo., Ho the Bisoprlc of South Seventh street. It is not inconsistent with the The Kentucky Club, the llvest and at Arlington (Heights, if Oongresa means the latter hope for political citizenship to most active State club at Notre passes a bill granting permission. lin, Ky and a graduate of the 1911 El IPaso, Texas, the consecration duties of American or name of the race Dame University, oraartlzed for Its There were six orders of nuns which class of Nazareth Academy, returned ceremony has been postponed In- PROTEST AGAINST PROFANITY". honors on some bunco reform the defend the fair women's suffrage ticket. As for deeceaded, when fourth vear on Saturday. The fol sent Sisters to the war, five beside to that institution to become a mem definitely. Pending tho arrival of from which you are As a protest against profanity bulletins, announcements, by stateunlustlv and villainously assailed. lnnrinp iffioora wpr elected: John the Bisters of the Holy Cross. ber of that order, a Sister of Charity. the bulla of appointment, October these are issued of 38. Simon Indeed it would bo a poor specimen y0ung, of Lexington, Colonel; Louie Miss Finn was a popular society girl 28. the Feast tentatively set for and moro than 25,000 members of the ments, etc, that guardians of the. the Holy Name Society marched Sunday ELIZABETHTOWN. Lieutenant of humanity, quite unfit for Amerl- - p ttpi of Owensboro. of Franklin and her decision to enter Judo, has been laugh. be can citizenship, who would not do colonel: John Campbell, of Loute- the convent came as a surprise to consecration. This date will of tho morning through the streets or public, It Is to tho Brooklyn from many parishes to anniversary Forty hours' devotion will begin in many of her friends and associates. twenty-eight- h thls when confronted by an organ- - vjne Revenue Collector, and TVomas Bishop rallying centers, whence they went LORETTO COLLEGE. Ized campaign of mendacity such as Spalding, of Springfield. Seargeant-thl- s St. James church, Ellzabethtown, at She is a daughter of John B. Finn. consecration of the Right Rev. Matz, of 'Denver, who will officiate to designated churches ,to attend diwe have &uA.rms. anticipates one the high mass tomorrow. The Rev. war brought out And The club Tho now Loretto College of th at tho ceremony. vine services. By arrangtemnt mass a nerfect rltrht to symDathlze with of rthn moat successful years in its Father T. J. Hayes, of Bowling PASS BIGOT BILL. was celebrated In nineteen churches Sisters of Loretto, to be built on the year Green, and others of the clergy will the heroic, just and defensive fight i hlsrtory. Its membership this site of AGAINST CONSUL GAFFNEY. at the same hour. Sermons urging lLouts. Ithe old iLoretto Academy, Si. assist at the services, which will be our relatives across the sea are mak- - is ithe largest ever. The Alabama House of Reprewill cost $250,000, and b venoraitlon for tho name Christ wero directed by the Rev. Father Hugh sentatives passed a bill requiring all ing against great numerical superThomas St. John Gaffney, Amer- delivered In each of the churches. ZQUXZUU .ieet ill un."t my Daly, the pastor. THE NATIONAL SOTtlNE. iority, in men, in money and supplies. children between eight and fifteen a years of age to attend Ittie public ican Consul General at Munich, Ger- In the Church of the Sacred Heart hrilKht of three stories and We have a right to an honest pride leaet 160 days a year. many, has been asked to resign his Mgr. James Coan praised the work basement. It will apcommodata JBFFBRSONVILLE. peace and More than ?60,000 has been colschool for at in their achievements in past and jtlrl students each of whom The bill, if it becomes a law, will be post because of partisan utterances done by the society In the results have a private room. It also in the. wlnatag of such colossal lected for the proposed shrine of the at Thursday morning the last solemn. effective October i, 1917. This bill on the European war , Officials on expressed hope that greater In Victories in this war as you cku not Blessed Virgin Mary to be built rooms, a the It efforts rites were held over the remains of bears all the earmarks of bigotry, Tuesday would make no announce- nilgbt follow utterance were made twelve large class And duplicated on the pages of all the Catholic University, at hall .and chemical, pbftftt concerning the case pending future. Like laqd,.D..C A total of ?l0,000 will Mrs. Katherlne Hlnes in St. Augus- being aimed at pr: vate and parochial ment . biological laboratories. receipt of word from him. The Con- - by the other' clergymea. tine's church in Jeffersonvllle. She schools. We have a right to Insist that la be needed. o. Naturalized. People. , had been ill for several weeks from a complication of ailments and some time ago her condition was such that her son, Lawrence: Hines, was summoned Ifrom St. Louis. Mrs. Hlncs had been a resident of Jcffersonvlllo for many years and Avas tho widow of Lawrence nines'. She was born In Iroland, June 12( 1842, and came to this country when a girl. Mrs. Hlnes was n dovdut member of St. Augustine's church and was a wo- man of most exemplary character, loved by friends and neighbors. The survivors of Mrs. Hlnes are three sons nnd two daughters: Lawrence Hlnes, of St. Louis; John' J. Hines, Thomas Hines, Miss Margarot E. Hlnes and Miss Katherlno Hlnes, of Jefferson-vlllMrs. Hugh Mitchell, a sister of Mrs. Hlnes, resides In Jefferson-vlll- sul General is understood to havo made statements reflecting on tho President's policy in the European war. Ho was onco before tho of ocntroversy on expressions concerning tho war, and as a consequence was transferred from ono Days On Tuesday and "Wednes Bribe Offered by Tom "Watson post to another. Should Gaffney to resign, It was intimated by day For Cities of First Four to Insure Hanging of ofllclals that he would bo dismissed Classes. Frank. from tho service. SPURNED REGISTRATION sub-Jo- ct "de-cll- no BOLAND O'BRIEN. Augusta Chronicle Editor Scores Ono of the prettiest fall weddings .Republicans and Progressives in Dispute as to How Later witnessed in St. Louis took place tho Notorious Dcfamcr of Tuesday morning at St. Margaret's Catholics. Will Bcglster. church when Miss Margaret O'Brien, e. Dor-lo- y. ROSARY DAY V pro-Engli- w German-American- s, -- anti-Cathol- ic ed I e, sen-tec- German-America- ng vo Hi i ex-Go- v. al Mc-Tlg- dark-brow- ed -. i pro-all- old-tlm- n, , Ber-tran- d's news-agenc- nit I -- high-mind- ed ed COURIER-JOURNA- German-- Americans as non-arriv- al ed I Brook-histor- y. $ KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Urates' ta the Social m4 Moral AJvaaceattaMSt at Irtah Aerakaw ud CaHralta Officially Iadorsed by Aacient Order of HltMnrian, Yeaag Maa'a Institute aad CathoKc Kalghti of America. jszj&j&rrxjcttrxr ijrjisisc AJMC3BKtio.jr- FRANK DUGAN it Churcliiill 8 Days' Racing i)6wnsFaii Meeting in jJeAA. Sept. 29-0- ct. 7 4rrt KENTUCKY IHI8H AMERICAN PRlNTrNQ CO.. Iscorperied, Pyhltelw SINGLE COPY C INSCRIPTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR b flatter. BeUrs si tin LialiTtH PaittMc 1 IKSK AMBRfCAN, Weal drees St. all Coasasleatteai t the MNTUe BoobA-CU310-2- m?f SBaiiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaV V -- JA jMatfaMteiaHaa9BaiaiaiaiaiaH SEVEN HIGH CLASS RACES DAILY GOLDEN ROD STAKES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2. CHEROKEE STAKES, MONDAY, OCT. 4. MILES, THURSDAY OCT. 7. ST. LEGER HANDICAP 2 4 FIRST RACE AT 2:15 P. M. ADMISSION $1.00 AND $1.50 1-- ffiW APES (fpgfl CUNCJU Haf, JBaaBBBBBBBBBaH VCariaaHiHBUL 'BSHaiaaiaiaV aSflasBaHalsBBBBBW LOUISVILLE, KY OCTOBEn. .SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1915. VIOLATION. OVERLOOKED f9JHBSg? HSPt sssfcL' SHaniiiSlPBaHHBiaiaiaiaiaBWfeh. - ffiffiSHfiifaMHaiaiaiaaiaiaiawr 4MMuMalMSBm&BBiaiaiaV jaaaa JasHHfe. UMTS OP COLUMBUS.E requesting tho next resolutions Legislature to pass a law making it These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses In Louisville. Catering especially to Ladies and Children. St. Edward the Confessor, St. Teresa, a fine for any teacher In the public schools to wear a robe, parapherUnder the same management. Presenting only the standSt. Luke the Evangelist and Saints Cincinnati councils contemplate any ard productions, historic, dramatic and comic. giving a Tjall for the benefit of the Jude, apostles. It is also nalia, mask, badge or sign of Simon and religious sect or creed and that it BBBmSBf3IBKIBBSBBBBBKBKri Catholic Chanity Bureau. the month of the Holy Rosary, sig- bo made compulsory to read the flndlanapolla Knights offer prizes impressive nalized by processions and to Ithe parochial schools of the city in public schools. Another in honor of Our Blessed Bible devotions for the three best essays on the resolution was passed, asking ConLady. In many places Rosary Sunlife of Columbus. gress to make it unlawful to float iaaBaH 'ZTuHaaQflnJ Hon. Timothy Hogan, formerly Atday Is a gala day, when people turn any . fglMliaaaaaaaaaal ffi flag or pendant of any church torney General of Ohio, will bo the en masse to show their love for out or creed over or upon the flag staff principal speaker at Lexington, Ky., tho Mother of God. on Columbus day. of any battleship, schoolship, trans .Evansville Council will have a port, customhouse, postofllce or any Popular Democratic Nominee For Circuit Court Clerk. BIGOTS MEET DEFEAT. mission for in a other property or possession of the public hall, opening tomorrow and 713-71- 5 (The Boston 'Hibernian, comment- United States. But to the surprise WnEN WILLIE MINDS TnE BABY. Agnes Virginia SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Simcox, of Frank- continuing for two weeks. D. of all these "patriots" TsIfceMJ Cna&., S. 299a. Hww, City 2399. ing on tho defeat of Grafton did not fort, motored to this city Sunday and W. Bourke Cockran, of New spent the day with Miss Kate I betcha Skinny Martin, Cushing dn the recent Republican censure or criticize those leaders In York, will make the principal adAn' Fatty Wilson, too, dress on Columbus day at Canton, primaries, says the result proves the Baptist church who took an An' Walter Gray an' Oscar Ayer, Ohio. Thero wlill bo a banquet. that tho liberal members of that nctiVo part In the recent primary, An' even Sissy Pugh, Announcement is made of the Archbishop Gov. party do not believe In mixing re- -' going s0 far as to intior8C one n Aro out there plannln' somethin marriage of Miss Lucille Shanley Hammond will Ireland andat tne be present I haven't ever done; and politics. That Cushing jdate ln a set of resolutions and and Ceorgo W. Leahy, which took Discovery day hanquot of the (MiI don't know what, but ennyhow place at ithe Passlonist Retreat on nneapolis 'Knights on October 12. would associate himself with tho boasting ln an official Baptist organ They're gonta havo some fun. September 20, Rev. (Father Julius bigoted element in his party and that the BapUst voto was the con. Tho Knights of Trinidad, Col., officiating. Tho ceremony was a con- support an amendment to tho very quiet one, only ttho immediate entertained all ithe men of the city trolling power In Kentucky. This The Service With the Largest List of Connections in guess they're all I after their last "week's meelttng. They Btltutlon, publicly declared ln cir- - wa8 a flaBrant violation of the Junior families being present. The bride are ithus Increasing the membership. "I wonder where he's at? Louisville and Suburbs. Is a daughter of tho late (Mr. and Ho ain't been out this afternoon," cular and on the stump to be aimed 0rdcr prlncIple whlch 8tates that the Denver Knights will conduct a All Service Unlimited. Mrs. R. G. Shanley and the groom flag Or somethin' else like that. at the Catholic church, was nauseat- - order wllI oppose mogt 8trenuousiy raising at Lorotto Heights Is a son of 'Mr. and iMrs. T. J. Leahy, But let 'em keep on whlstlln'; ing to his friends and neighbors If tho partlcIpatlon ln politics of any of 227 East Oak street. After tho Academy on October 10, when it is I gues3 It's Jest as well will witness the wo aro to judge from ithe vote of church or creed wedding the young couple left for a expected 5,000 If things keep up th' way they go honeymoon tour to Chicago and ceremonies. In which ho lives. These the ward A feller shouldn't tell. There will bo reduced rates on all points East, and on their return will voters who move in his own social To All Points of Importance to the Louisville Trade. NOT A NEW GRACE. go to housekeeping in Bonnycastle the Tailroads of Arkansas (for ithe WIsht I'd been borned a orphant neighbors, who set. his friends and Columbus day celebration at Hot Lowest Rates. Without no kin a tall The leading editorial in the miiRt heat know him. cast nearly Springs, in which all tho counc.ls CONDITION IS ALARMING. I wouldn't have t' stick around of the State will participate. three times as many (ballots for his "Western Recorder of September 1C An' hear a youugun squall. 'United States SenoJtor Kern has The Rev. Thomas A. York, for opponent as they did for Cushlnj. is entitled "A .New Grace." The There ain't much a use InA boy as I kin see, more than twenty years pastor of accepted the Invitation of tho guest This is indeed a humiliation for one editor mentions that a Catholic dianapolis Knights to their If you have always got t' have St. Paul's church, Jackson and Ken- at ithe Discovery daybe celebrai'ion. never having priest, while preaching the funeral who has boasted of Too many folks like me. tucky, is critically ill of a compli- Others linvited are Vice President been defeated previous to last Tues- - of ono of his deceased members, INCORPORATED cation of diseases at St. Anthony's Marshall and United States Treas remarked that the departed one, who "half-breeProtestants, day. Tho Hospital, where ho "has been con- urer John Rurke. WHMUMWmtMHUMHMMIUUWMMUMMUMVmtmUUHU as the A. P. A. friends of Cushing by the way, had been a for weeks. A Ilnvltations to , keeper, "had always been kind to 3 1 fined morethe past two months ago nance CommitteeBerve on the Fiithose honorable gentle-little than two which will direct OWNERFather York suffered an attack of tho erection of a Knight of Colum- STATEMENT OF TnE CIRCULAmen of the Republican parity who those ln purgatory. The deceased SHIP, MANAGEMENT, H3QQQQDQQC83aDDQCHCH3Cf chills and fever, believed to have bus building In (New York Cly have had the courage to denounce tho prayed each day for the purgatorial TION, ETC., OF THE KENTUCKY been of malarial origin, and later been accepted by Mayor Mltchel IRISH AMERICAN. introduction of the religious Issue prisoners." It was ho was suffering F. J. OlBrien was this week regis from anfound that his kidneys and Comptroller Prendergast, W. Bourke Published weekly at Louisville, KenThe editor of the Recorder says into politics, merit the praise and abscess on Cockran, John D. Crlmimllns, Joseph tucky, required by the Act of commendation of the citizens of the that he might as well "fess up" that tered at the Hotel McAlphin in Ne.w other complications. (Dr. William F. Daly. Justice iDowllng. Louis D. YorK city. August 24, 1912. Sanders, the attending physician, Conley. Herman Rldder, Chauncoy ftaaWHBrfwealth and particularly of he did not know that the laity In. Name of Address. pn Thursday held out hope for his Olcott and more ITcatholic citizens. In fact, to Mr. dulged ln this delightful pastime. Joseph Foley, of Chicago. Is in recovery if the present stage, which Catholic laymen. than fifty cither Editor, William M. HIggins, LouisStand Ho affects to fear that competition New Albany for a week-en- d TrtcCall's manly and unselfish visit is regarded as the crisis, can be ville, Ky. Associate Editor, John J. Barry, passed safely. 'Father York 'Is tho country is indebted more than Jt will arise between the priests and with his family. CHARLES E. AVRIGHT. iLouIsvllle, Ky. e years of age and was born appreciates fof the elimination of the laity, and that the priests will iMl&s Kentucky Irish AmerCallahan leaves Mass. at His parents Presidential lose, as tho latter are paid for tho day for Edith York, where sheTues- wereWatertown,Immigrants. appointment of Charles E. Publisher, The ILouIsvllle, Ky. The this cursed Issue ln the ican Company, New wt'll Irish He re- Wright to the position of County campaign of 1916. Had the lA. P. prayers they offer up. spend tho winter. ceived his classical education at St. (If a corporation, give - Owners: Maryland, names and addresses of stockholdIt Is recorded ln Holy Writ: "It Is Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Dant have Mary's College, 'Sulplclan and later Indexer meets with the teneral apAs carried ithe day in MassaSeminary ers holding 1 per cent, or (more of chusetts It would have been heralded therefore a holy and wholesome; returned from a visit ito (Mr. and attended the near (Baltimore. When received total amount of stock.) all over the country as a great vic- thought to pray ior the dead, that Mrs. Mike Dant at New Haven. William M. HIggins, .Louisville, Ky. into the Louisville diocese he first tory and an impetus would have they may be loosed from sins." was assigned to missionary duty John J. Barry, Louisville, Ky. E. M. Henry, a newspaper man of throughout tho State. 'About twenty Mary H. Higglns, Louisville, Ky. been given to the II. Machabees, 46. Known bondholders, mortgagees and Long before the Christian era Ploasantvllle, N. Y., has been here years ago he came to "Louisville and movememlt that would have made dt on a visit as the guest of Leo was made pastor of the old St. other security holders, holding 1 a prominent Issue next year. Tho and very, very long before the per cent, or more of total amount Paul's church. His pastorate there Massa- Baptist church was invented the of national Importance of bonds, mortgages or other sehas been successful in both a reMr. and Mrs. William M. Higglns ligious and material way and he is chusetts' answer to the religious Jews prayed for the dead. Tho curities: None. intolerant will manifest Itself in the Catholic church admonishes all of are home from a most enjoyable loved universally by his flock as daaaVBra-KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN CO. well as classes of Louisville gradual disappearance of the relig- her children to pray for the dead, three weeks' visit to their old home people. oy all years ago "he erected ' J ifaSaHlvlHHMS Two and relatives in Syracuse, Utlca and "WILLIAM M. HIGGINS. ious bigot as a factor In politics for from the Pope down to children who Buffalo. tho new BU Paul's church on JackSworn to and subscribed before mo the next quarter of a century at have reached the age of reason. son street, between Kentucky and this 30th day of September, 1916. Miss Frances Malone left Monday St. Catherine streets, at a cost of least. people are Nearly 300,000,000 HERMAN V. COHN, for Cincinnati, where she will at- $16,000. Father York Is considered N. IP. J. C, Ky. taught to perform this charitable tend sfihnnl thin wlntnr. and the same ono of the most forceful preachers in THE END FAR OFF. Commission expires Jan. 1G, 191G. act each day. Many devout Jews do aay Jonn T Malone left for Cornell the city. Ho always has been of a retiring disposition and has devoted Is Europe tiring 6f the terrlblo so. a saioonKeeper may pray ior university, much time to study. 'He has two RECENT DEATHS. Fifth war? There is little doubt that there tho poor souls ln purgatory as well living a brothers and two Misses as a priest, and his prayers may be man, whoNanno and Katherine Cole- Watertown, Mass. sisters Is a strong peace party ln England, The funeral of Charles J. Camphave been spending the are summer in North Carolina, returned bell, who resided at 119 South the True Voice asserts, and the labor answered as readily, for there PLEADS FOR PEACE. not as this week to their apartments In the Twelfth street, took place Thursday THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT unions there threaten civil war if some who sell liquor who are afternoon from St. Patrick's church. (Baptist preacher would Kensington. there is an attempt at conscription. bad as the Tho deceased was a salesman for tho The Prussian Catholic (Bishops ti paint them. Vogel Shoo Company Wo hesitate to say what might bo and had a Miss Julia Sullivan, who was ex tending a conference at Fulda have SaPaWlkLifl Is it any wonder that there is wide acquaintance. tensively entertained during her two received the following message from the result in Ireland were conscripmuch illiteracy in Kentucky when weeks' visit to her aunt, Miss ,Kate Pone 'Benedict: tion to bo extended to that country. "In the same measure in which iMany friends feel deep sympathy of a leading religious Sullivan, has returned to her home We know littlo about conditions in the editor the need grows worse through tho for William and Alice Malone, 2509 paper "fesses up" that he was not in Faankfort. continuation of war the desire for proval of local Democrats because of Magazine street, from whose homo France, and less about Germany and "hope aware that all Catholics as well as Miss Julia Sullivan, who was ex peace Increases. W may thaJt this his faithful services to the party. Death "has taken their infant daughAustria. The retreat of the Russians open up Mr. Wright was formerly a deputy ter Margaret Mary. Tho child was pray for tho dead, and that tensively entertained during her two universal yearning probably Inspired new enthusi- priests has they have Scriptural authority for weeks' visit to her aunt, Miss Kate with every one the royal road which In tho Auditor's office at Frankfort, not long 111 and passed peacefully asm in these countries; but tho in patient human love leads to later eecomlng a deputy In the City away Sunday evening. Sullivan, of this city, has returned to peace." doing so? Assessor's offire, where he made strain of fourteen months' war must her home in Frankfort. The Pope's message concludes many friends by his unfailing courTho funeral of Mrs. Sophie bo telling ever there PAROOHIAD SCHOOL AH. peace which shall tesy at all times in addition to havwith a Styles and All the late Miss Edna Russell, of New Al- combine plea for a Still there are no signs of an early the "Demands of Justice ing a splendid of!cIal record. For 934 Southwife of Frank McCloskey, can be found and Hewroaionable Sbapaa here at Jackson street, took place price. public schools ln Now York bany, will give a canned goods with the dignity of peoples." Tho peace. Tho great loan that is now the past fifteen years he has been Thursday morning from St. Mary shower at her home, 215 "West Sevactive in State politics aud during Magdalen church, Rev. Father Gause-pobeing negotiated in this country and City havo not been able to accom- enth street, next Thursday for the ST. MICHAEL'S. tho recent primary was closely asofficiating at the mass of re- Give your fcoy aa ducatlOB that will the Immense war budget voted by modate the attendance this year and benefit of Holy Trinity church bazar. prpar tliim for life. sociated with Judge Hager ln the quiem. Deceased was forty-nin- e 40,000 children have been placed on deParliament show that England is St. Michael's church on rook management of Mr. Stanley's cam- years of age, and besides hus- ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Col. Michael Hogan, one of Lim- street presented a beautiful her Bcene paign. It is Indeed a to the termined to fight on. The same is part time, while tho corps of ele- erick's pioneer residents, celebrated Sunday morning when school chil- new appointee that on tribute all sides and band leaves two daughters and three true of France, though no progress mentary teachers was not sufficient. his seventy-nint- h 113 "W. Broadway, HoulxvlUe, Xy. sons. birthday "Wednespropatriots day and during ithe day was the dren and acolytes marched In Mar- from all factions come congratulahas been made during the past year Some of our Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. cession with the Rev. Father tions and good wishes for success ln Scientific and Business One of the faithful members of Classical, Preparatory Department, Lara toward driving tho German Invaders might ponder over this before ob- recelplent of many congratulations tin O'Connor, pastor; the iRev. his new birth. Courses, Joseph parochial schools and and good wishes. St. John's parish passed to her re- Swimming Pool, Well Equipped GymnaFathers P. J. Olonahan and from French soil. There can be lit- jecting to ward on Sunday wnen Mrs. Katie sium. Terms Modem ta Bro Jamnn, Dlr. Cyril, C P., In celebration of tho IMPROVING. tlo doubt that Germany and Austria realize what a public service the Mrs. Paul Relslng, of 1625 Main anniversary of tho Kremer, beloved wife of Jacob P. h street, New Albany, will entertain founding of the cogregation. would now be willing to consent to lattor are rendering. Kremer, Tho departed Iter. John H. Riley, pastor of tho this life. 630 Finzer street, death Is Holiday Gilts Reserved on Part with a and dust-ca- p peaco They have negotiations. Mrs. Kremer's children wore whi'te dresses and Payment. next Wednesday evening at scattered flowers, while the choir Church of tho Annunciation at Tho death of tho Right Rev. shower gained the military advantage so far, who went to his former mourned by a wide circle of friends, her home for tho benefit of St. sang "Michael, Prince of the Highest home in 'Fall iRlver, Mass., soveral who (thronged St. John's church and they could exact satisfactory Thomas J. Conaty, Bishop of Los Mary's church bazar. Heaven." Following tne procession weeks ago ito recuperate, Is still in Tuesday morning when Rev. Father Angeles, caused profound sorrow 551 S. Shelby. Near Chestnut terms In any peace parley. the pastor read solemn high mass, Improving. Rev. Schuhmann celebrated the funeral country. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. "Wathen, who Father Cyril acting as deacon and an infirmary, but Isof this city, has mass and JEWELRY pronounced a feeling DIAMONDS, WATCHES, Allies are unwilling to lis- throughout the church and But tho Francis O'Conner, been spending sevoral weeks at Monahan as aubdeacon. charge of the parish until Father eulogy on her exemplary life. Surten to peace talk at the present Bishop Conaty enjoyed a wide popu- haveLouisville Country Club, re- Father Everything guaranteed Watch and the viving her are two sons and four jewelry repairing a specialty. C,yrll the sermon. time. They have staked eevrything larity and was one of the best loved turned Thursday to spend the win- Father eveningdelivered vespers were Riley's return. daughters. solemn clergymen the Pacific coast ever had. ter with Mrs. "Wathon's parents, Mr. In ithe on ultimate victory and they are presung and "Father Cyril delivered INTO NEW IAW FIRM. atand "Mrs. JP. F. 'Walsh. sermon. Large crowds paring to carry on the war for anIJEXINGTON. Tho Rev. Father Phelan, dean of tended both services. As the feast other year at any Tate. Their hope the Catholic preaa and editor of the Thomas Walsh, the well known Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Gleason, who day of St. Michael took place years Hugh MeGrady, iflfty-flv- e attorney, removed his law office la that Germany and Austria can not Western "Watchman, lived a long and were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wednesday, ithe celebration was a from the has Louisville Trust building eld, who lived about eight miles atand the terrible strain aa long as useful life. His death removes a Smith, on Culbertson avenue, New joint one. to rooms 405 and 406 in Realty from Lexington on the Bryan's Stathey can, In this they may be dis- notable figure and one who always Albany, left Tuesday for Chicago, building, where be will oecome a tion pike, died at his home early accompanied by Mr. Gleaaon's HEARD BY MANY. appointed, but it la now their only stood for his convictions. May earth father, Dennis Gleason, Sr. member of the firm of Pryor and Wednesday morning following an enjoy a large illness of several weeks. Mr. Mehop. They ean scarcely expect to rest lightly upon him. One of the largest meetings of the Castleinan, who LANDING DAY ORATOR. Grady was a well known farmer, few iGayln and wife, of Breck- year was held by the Knights of wear out their enemies within a Martin who had many friends in Lexington It is not for the Catholic Church inridge street, who are on an ex- Columbus on Wednesday night, Attorney Thomas Walsh, of this month, For hat reason they are to disprove the vicious charges that ANNOUNCE BUCHRB. and Fayette county who will regret tended "Western trip, were last the iRev. iGsorjte W. Schutomann, preparing for a Ions; continuation of are brought against her by her to learn of bis death. Besides his city, has accepted an Invitation to .. week ln Tijuana, Mexico, and are D. D., of Bt Johi's church, delivThe congregation of St Ann'8 wife, Mrs. Mary MoGrady, he la sur- be the principal speaker at the hostilities. It now begins to appear It is for the haters to produce greatly pleased with theof eights to ered an eloausnt ind moat enlight- church will entertain with a euchre vived by three staters. They are Landing day celebration and banquet country. ening address npc a the educational section be In that ike war will last aa many years the proof, and that ia impossible. and Sister Sdlva, of of the Knights of Columbus at question. Father gchuhman pre and lotto ln the school hall, Seventh- Sister tLeata Academy, aa It M Stat thought It would laat Stater Elizabethtown. Mr. Walsh is an Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan, Mrs. sented many faot i not generally aad Davisa avenue, Tuesday after- Nazareth the Immaculateand Simple wofiMr ara thoae of the Roe-srAcademy eloauent and scholarly sneaker and montbcu Aa4 alt Burope Till he a was highly noon and evening, October 26. Games Elvira, of L. SImcor, Miss Agnes Sohroff, known, amd his alk J. t his address will prove a real treat. at iNewport. but how sublime their meaning! Michael Sullivan and the little Miae appreeiacea aoiry wMqfc vatfaVlt la ovar. called at 2:30 XHI1 8 o'clock. . 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A number of weeks ago an announcement was made of a proposed Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly American Academy of Christian DeA. 0. H. urge"d to patronize advertisers whose announcements mocracy for Women at Hot Springs, they find in these colums. Wc aim to protect our readN. G. Thanks to the publicity given DIVISION 1. this announcement by the Catholic ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. press, thirty-tw- o applications havo Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder-kran- z been received, of which seven havo Hall, Sixth and Walnut. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES SHALE BRICK On the Feast of the been accepted. President Mark Ryan. Distributors Ot MADE BY Exaltation of the Holy Cross, the Vice President William Cushlng. Co. date assigned for tho opening of the FEDERAL TIRES Coral Ridge Clay Product Secretary Financial Edward are the VULCANIZING fourteen weeks' course, the new en- Clancy. VULCANIZING CO. BEST BRICK MADE IN terprise was actually put under way FALLS CITY Recording Secretary James P. 1101-0- 3 JEFFERSON COUNTY East Broadway with duo religious and social cere- Barry. Bldg. mony. A sixteen-foo- t Office; 1010 Inter-SoutSales FJtBE SERVICE white cross of Treasurer Thomas Keenan. h. CELEBRATED VURST EXTRA BRAT Incorporated 923 GEIQBR STREET Home Phone 1802 and 877 Cumb. Phone Main ENGRAVERS BCHLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Kjr 835 W. Main St., Home Phone City 6674 WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS I.. P. BO&KWASSEB 00. 877 . Home Phone Shawnee 1721 P. I. BURKS & COMPANY (INCORPORATED.) MANUKACTURBRS OF PIANO PLAYERS Modern Player Built in Your Own Piano, Pianos and Piano Players Repaired and Tuned. 1000-100- ASK TOUR DEAX.ER TOR XT 8 West Walnut, Louisville OILS AND PAINTS, VARNlSIIlih PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS VERIBEST MIXED PAINT STRASSEL-GAN- S PAINT CO. 21S West Market Street CO. INCORPORATED "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH Dlstillors Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 528 W. Main St. PLUMBING "All Ready for Your Griddle In the Mornlnc" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) SOUR MASH PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. CON GASKETS AND UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIES. (Wholesale Only.) NATIONAL CASKET CO., Incorporated Eleventh and Magazine Streets. HOME KILLED MEATS STATE FAIR MEAT MARKET A Full Use of Fancy Groceries Both Phones Call and Give Us An Order WE SELL FOR CASH RITTER-HENNING- S Contracting Engineer, Steam and Hot Water Heating and Sanitary Plumbing Home Office: 440 Second Street LOUISVILLE. KY. AND HEATING TRACTORS H. W. NEWMAN Iona was exalted a thousand feet above the valley on n great projecting rock, where It is visible for many countrymiles of the side as u pledge of redemption. The following States are represented by the students: Wisconsin, Virginia Morrlssey, Knthcrlne Gcrmershau-sen- ; Michigan, Mary Kantzler; Ohio, Theresa Dietz; Kentucky, Louise Cowell; Carolina, Susan South Frawley; Florida, Marie Marblck. Thus tho work assumes a national character from tho beginning, which Indeed Is a source of great gratification to the initiators. Their plans are an Innovation in Amerlacn Catholic works, and from all appearances enjoy the marked blessing of God. City pastors who wish to secure the services of a well preserved Catholic social worker, at moderate cost, for the charity needs of the parish, such as friendly visiting, home nursing, juvenile delinquency, Intelligent Interest In working girls, etc., nro invited to correspond with the Rev. Peter E. Dietz, Hot Springs, N. C Tho outlook Is so promising Indeed that applications will now be received also for the second course of eighteen weeks, to begin February 2, 191G, Candlemas day. ic CHAPEL FUND GROWS. The Chanel that the stennirrnnhflrs of America havo decided to build as a result of their own contributions will, if the funds keep on coming In with the constancy, soon be a reality. The idea came from tho minri nf n Ttnntnn stenographer, who felt that she want- eu u ao someming langioio lor the missions, and she asked the Church Extension Society to start a stenog- A. L. GUNN BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ICE CREAM 1104 SI Per Gallon, All Flavors South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 R. JEUNESSE CO. Shnr-Ploe- Receivers and Shippers of Hay and z Grain. Manufacturers of Poultry and Stock Feeds Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Incubators and Broodors FRANK FEHR BREWING CO raphers' fund, with the suggestion that It call tho chapel tho "Chapel BUILDING CONTRACTOR of Jesus and Mary." No time was lost in adopting her suggestion and 810 YORK STREET a chapel fund was started by the society, to which stenographers, both Louisville, Ky. men and women, were asked to send Phono South 1753 LOUISVILLE, KY. In donations. A donation of a dollar or more and one New York ARTISTIC PRINTING stenographer sent in ?25 entitles tho donor to suggest a name for the FIRST CLASS WORK chapel. Tho favorite title so far is The Placo Where Old Clothes Are Made to Look Liko New." Give Tlds Offico Your Next Order the Chapel of Jesus and Mary. This is a real chance for stenographers to 317 W. GREEN ST. SPALDING DRY CLEANING CO do a great thing for the honor and glory of God to build a little chapel Telephone City 94G PHONES 1887. where mass may bo said and the faith Of OUr Catholic rnllHnn nrn. served for many generations. Dona tions may do sent to the Catholic Church Extension Society, whose offices are located In the Mrf!nrmipV building, Chicago. JJM3CRPORATED FATHER PHELAN'S ADVICE. Tho iRev. Father Phelan, the lamented edltnr of th Watchman, was nlwnvn thmtchtfui of the family, and thus advised men ana women now to be happy although married: A kiss and a rose In your husband's lapel is a good Investment for the day. It Temlnds him of you wnen no passes the anilllnery shop. Koen un vnur fnmllTr fnotn,.itino the birthdays and anniversaries'. These little domestic occasions snoum bo sacred In the calendar of your home. Don't forcret whpn vnnr children were born, so that you have w iook in the (Bible to see. Any husbad can make Ms wlfo happy If ho will. A wife can Interest her husband if she will. Woman, don't bo a vixen and a o at home and InHvlllrA abroad. Man. reserve vonr Rjiintllnoca tnr home use; not for the club only. Guard ncninnh thn lltfla ilnmnofin sins that gnaw away the happiness of the home. wmh Brewers and Bottlers XiOUISVrDXiB. KY". IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE snan-turtl- Cardinal Gibbons. It wan lonmnH sent his blessing and congratulations to Jlor. Charles Flsko, SATISFIES THAT LONGING. wno was consecrated iProtestant Episcopal iBishop of Central New York on Wednesday. As there Is no Cathedral within the Central New York diocese, the consecration took placo in (Baltimore at tbe Church of INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, St Michael and All Angels, of which Rev. Dr. TMslcn has lioon rontni. fn several years. "Bishop Olmstead, of Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone i9U new xonc, ana itne iBiahops of Washington, Georgia, iMaryland and Fond -- THE! du Lac conducted the services. Monday, 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BEER CARDINAL ENDS BLESSING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. WIEDEMANN WaOKPO RATED IVORTn WHILE. In Boston they have a Catholic Young Men's Association that la really worth while. Tho young men have for some seasons been conducting a night school which gives a complete course in a great variety of practical subjects, the Instructors being men well versed in tha topics to which they are assigned. At present the night school has an enrollment of more than 2,200. . BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Bekl at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excelleatftaw d RUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. JOHN B. 3TRANX POPE BENEDICT SPEAKS. WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 2W JLiOUISVXLLlB. t ETi First Communion Books ' ROSARIES SCAPULAR MEDALS FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Every Catholic editor in tho land will draw inspiration, encouragement and determination from tho following words of our groat leader, Pope Benedict XV,: "It seems to us that nothing is more desirable than that the number of those who can use their pen in way rich in blessings should increase and that good papers should have a large circulation, so that everyone may havo every day good Teadlng, which instructs and warns, and strengthens! and promotes the Christian virtue." NOTABLE ADVANCE. Thta year the attendance at Notre Dame University is the largest in See ear Hew book, ''Mow te Get NORTON BUILDING the history of the institution, and Ma.ried." with the increase in the numbers N.W.Cwiwr Fturth and JeffersiP comes a notable advance In the cosEvery Devatieaal Article Iter. mopolitan character of the school. Ne tremble te baxr.ieela. Every country In the 'Western Atony the new far countries of Rogers Church Goods Co. are (Medof on the under neck pieces hemisphere, most of theand the Phil side "with Europe, China, Japan some eontraeting ort of fur Instead ippine Islands are now represented 139 S. FOURTH AVE. of a mUb lining. at (Notre (Dame. Recording Secretary Thomas transferred the indulgence of the feast can be transferred to tho day Killeen. Financial Secretary John J. Hes- - of solemnity. The faithful therefore after having complied with the usual slon, Jr. conditions of confession and comTreasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Kale munion can as usual gain the great indulgence of the rosary In any her. church whero the (Rosary Con Sentinel Thomas Noone. fraternity Is established, by visiting the Rosary altar and praying for DIVISION 4. the Intention of the Holy Father Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, and the welfare of the church. This Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. great privilege enables them to gain President John H. Hennessy. a plenary indulgence for eaoh and every visit made from noon of Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Saturday until midnight of Rosary Sunday. Langan. Recording Secretary John J. Barry. HOURS AND OUTPUT. Treasurer Pat Connelly. Sergeant-at-Arm- s In a recent issue of tho World'B Thomas Far roll. Labor Laws, a pamphlet issued quarterly by tho British Association Sentinel M. J. McDormott. for Labor Legislation, there is a vigorous protest against the Idea, Y. M.I. now gaining great headway in England, that tho longer the hours MAOKIN COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings at Club worked tho greater tho output. "The question how to produce the greatest House, 344 North Twenty-sixtpossible output from factories and President John J. Lynn. mills of various kinds is now of First Vice President John W. stupendous importance," writes Miss Murphy. Sanger, Secretary of the association. Second Vice President Martin "In the minds of most people It P. Schadd. seems there still prevails the anTreasurer George J. Thornton. tiquated doctrine that output InFinancial Secretary A. C. Link. creases with tho .number of hours Recording Secretary William G. worked. We read 'fervent protests Bucket. against the unwillingness of working Marshal Harry Alberts. men women to dispense with Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer, their and weeky day Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfeif-fe-r. like galley slavesof rest or to work all hours of tho night. It Executive Committee Frank G. day andtho writers never seems to ocof these lamentaAdams, Thomas Bachman, Frank cur to tions that tho working men and Geller, A. W. Andrlot, John R. women concerned may in reality Barry. have been too willing to work excessive hours. By submitting gladly COMING EVENTS. to abnormal hours of strain they may have been treating themselves as October 22 Angela Franceska In unscientifically as ever the worst folk songs and dances at Bortrand employer treats his 'hands.' For the Hall, purpose of large output thero Is more unscientific than October 2C Euchre and lnttn nt nothing St Ann's school hall, Seventh and 'working till you drop.' A clever employer will get far more result Davles, afternoon and evening. October 28 Elinhrn unci Intln fnr by appropriate alternations of conbenefit of (Miss Jennie Giles at centrated work and adequate rest." Trinity Council Hall. IRISH TR.OOPS SLIGHTED. TAKE TRIP EAST. In the editorial columns of the Henry iRelss and Fxed Dolle, of Irish Independent to hand there appears glowing the Broadway Amusement "Enter- heroesa who havetribute to the Irish fallen in England's prise Company, havo gono to New light for commercial supremacy, on a ten days' trip, combining York while in London notes is paraded the business and pleasure. fact that once again tho Irish troops at tho front havo been troated In NEW ALBANY. tho shabbiest manner by tho War Office. Tho stateomnt is by Wedesday evening (Miss Coletta the Dally Chronicle, and Ismade denot Agnes Wooton and Elijah Heckler, any quarter that on well known residents of iNew Al- nied In or from Galllpoll Its arrival In the Tenth bany, wero united In marriage at Holy Trinity church, iRev. Father Irish Division was broken up and Charles Curran performing (the cere- all but three battalions dispersed among other British troops. Even mony. tho Dally Chronicle is evidently ashamed of the insulting tactics of JUDGE SEYMOUR TO SPEAK. h tho stupid and War Office "We would ask," it says, Judge C. J3. Seymour, one of Is that, say Louisville's ablest Jurists, will ad- "whether it an conceivablo or a New Australian dress (the local council of the a Canadian, should have been Knights of Columbus at one of the Zealand Idivision way, and how long October meetings. (He is a great handled nthls orator and flhould be greeted by a It will be beforo tho military authorities are made to realize, as they largo audience. should be, that the loca land national feeling of Ireland Is as much FmST WARD OPENING. worth treating considerately as that tho The Democrats of tho (First ward of Nor Dominions."which the War will open their campaign next Thurs- Offico is this all has to Its discredit, so far as day night, October 7, in the Stock Yards Hall, with Judge James P. Ireland is concerned. All the disEdwards as the principal speaker. patches issued by It scrupulously The First ward leaders claim that Ignore the gallantry of the Irish this district will glvo an old tlmo troops, notwithstanding the fact that majority for tho ticket in November. they, almost alone, do nearly all the fighting at the Dardanelles. All these Instances of systematic slights NAZARETH. and of open violation of the War to Miss (Margaret Anderson, whose Office pledge be Redmond that tho kept together as lectures wheever she has been Irish would military units, should tlmulato reheard excited great praise, came to cruiting In Ireland. Nazareth Academy on Friday to deliver a lecture before the pupils on SUFFERS GREAT DAMAGE. Sculpture." Miss ".Renaissance Anderson waaVhoroughly up on her The damage to church property in subject and find many beautiful the dloceso of Galveston by the slides to illustrate' her talk. recent hurricane was very great. Tho Right Rev. N. A. (Gallagher, Bishop RECOVERED. of Galveston, gives a list of property estimates the Josses Thomas White's damaged and $98,500. Tho report Rev. Father at friends and the peonlo of St. Frances sustained means completo, as the by no of Rome congregation were elated is places has damage when he returned from St. Mary and not been at a number of included. Elizabeth Hospital (this week and again entered upojn his pastoral FROM SAME CAUSE. duties. (Father Wnlto was quite 111 abiknco (the affairs and during his The terrible war and heavy gun of tbe parish wero in charge ot one fire are given by some scientists as of tho Dominican fathers. reason for the excessive rains of the past months. No doubt tho same WORKING AMONG INDIANS. learned gentlemen will say that the unusual heat came from the same n Her. Philip B. lordon, a cause. blooded Chippewa J idian, has sent by His Eminence Cardinal Gib PREDICT A HARD WINTER. bons to take charge ot the religious welfare of the 200 Catholic Indians e Indians say every sign attending the Has ell Institute at Lawrence. JCaus, father Gordon Indicates the approach of a long, will also work in different directions cold winter, according to stories among tha Indians within R hundred coming from the reservations and ralJee and laM of Tavrrence. These elsewhere where the Redskins have duties will take Jhlm among: the their habitat. They sa ysqulrrels already have vac and Foxes, Pottawatomie, Klckapoo and to Chlllocco, Okla., begun storing up nuts, the bark on and two or three jotter Oklahoma tyees is thioker than ordinary, the j point. summer has been abnormally cool h. Twelve branches representing the Holy 'Name Society of Northern KenReaders of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly tucky held their annual parade in urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements Covington last Sunday afternoon, they find in these colums. Wc aim to protect our readand It Is estimated that 7,000 men were In line. James E. Day was Grand ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Marshal. There were nine bands in i:he parade. One of tho features THEO. WOLF SOMETHING NEW was a decorated wagon bearing a number of altar boys. Thero were BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Heating forty decorated automobiles in ICE CREAM J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. which wero pastors of itho various Home Phone Shawnee 1914 churches, banner carriers and prom Steam and Hot Water Hcntlng Special Prices to Lawn Fetes and inent members of the different 111 1ST. THIKD STREET churches of Covington, Newport and Picnics. h Twcnty-sixtCumb. M. 1592 and Portland Avenue Home Phone 7846 suburbs. disbanded at Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. St. Mary's The parade where (MissionCathedral, JOHN B. WATHEN THOS. J. BR0DERI0K ary Father J. M. tRIpple delivered DIVISION a. the sermon. Rev. Father Declan FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE WAGON OR VAN Meots First Wednesday Liederkranz Carroll, Chaplain of the St. Mary's Branch of tho (Holy Name Society, Hall, Sixth and Walnut. 2523 West Wnlnut Street Home Phone City 4392-- J under whose auspices the parade President Joseph Lynch. was given, stated that It was proba- PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. 1000 Zano Street bly Homo Phone Shawnee 198C Recording Secrotary John T. Holy the largest ever given by tho (Name Society in that oUy. Keaney. Home Phone 1191 HENRY SCHUH Financial Secretary Edward J. TOTIKS QUOTIES INDULGENCE. South Seventh Street Kelran. Hollenbach's Wine House Home Telephone 2147 Treasurer Thomas Hannan. The feast of Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. Hel-lo- n. ary, according tho Most Holy Ros- Choice Staple nnd Fancy Groceries KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprietor to the now law of the Importer and Dealer In Meat and Vegetable Market Roman calendar, falls this year on WINES AND LIQUORS Fine Teas and Coffee Thursday, October 7. The solemnity DIVISION 3. Butter a Specialty 144 South Third Street of tho feast Is observed on the first Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hiber- Sunday of October. According to a ARTHUR A. WILL nian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. decree of tho Sacred Congregation of CHARLES WTLLMAN Rites under Plus Ia August 9, 1852, President John M. Maloney. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. whenever the solemnity of a feast Is PLUMBER SOCIETY DIRECTORY. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS BUILDER WM. ISGRIGO Montgomery Utrcct Home Phono Shawnee 1010 2431 Home Phone City 1396 1201 West Mnrkct Street B. H. BUETER SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR 1383-- L. 4105 Henry Street Homo Phone, Shawnee VETERINARY SURGEON HORSE SHOEING 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET Home Phone, City 2365 Cumb. S. 981 Home, City 981 HODAPP & MILLER Wholesale Manufacturers of MISS JOSEPHINE 9C3 SOUTH THIRD WOLF STREET WORK CONFECTIONER AND CATERESS HARNESS AND STRAP Weddings and Parties Given Cumb. Phone M. 1004-- A Special Attention 110 South Seventh Street, Loulsvlllo Charles Wolf, Manager HORNUNG 2121 $2.00 REPAIRING Phone Shawnee 1253 Osage Avcnuo GUARANTEED PIANO TUNING $2.00 SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT BANK Fourth and Central Avenue Interest Paid On Time Deposits We Solicit Your Business 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS MANUFACTURERS Louisville Made Furnaces 8. Ninth St. Home Phono City 2542 210-22- 2 O. F. BENDER JERSEY DAIRY Ice Crenm Manufacturer Special Prices to Churches and Picnics Both Phones First and Col lego Streets WWHtMWWMMUVHWWHMUUtlVWW HOME PHONE 88 CUAIBERLAND MAIN 3071-y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. &sjjMjs2I,InI"IMilIav'IMiM VVViMVVVVlM 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, 822 East JS&etxxx SMnrt. D'OUGHERH & McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers ? f Climb. Mniu BOTH !EHOII35S. SOOS-- a Homo City 2008 I It B W anti-Iris- 'GRAN W. SMITH'S AL. S. SMITH, PROP. 1 SON-;- ; Funeral Director and Embalmeri STREETJ BOTH PHONES 810. i 809 WEST JEFFERSON THE MONUMENTS i $1.00 BOX DELUXE (our Saturday Special) is the most remarkable Flower value obtainable. Other BOXES DE LUXE at $2.00 and $3.00. GonpoBB with very par. chase. Place Your Orders Friday for Delivery Saturday. Markers and Mausoleums. Send for our illustrated designs and prices. Large and new stock to select from all high class work. New Muldoon Monument Co. 652 South JACOB SCHULZ CO. INCORPORATED THE FLOWERS SHOP AT 550 S. FOURTH AVENUE. Third St. H.B0SSE$S0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. SIO FBJHI AVBNUB Tetaaaes WW1 HERRMANN WP8RTEIK S ( full-bee- BROS. UQJQR3. Old-tim- FINE WINES AND ISii. DUtlltersand W.i)liala Dnt-er- s in Piaest Biradi of Ka tucky Whiskies, ajpsclat). and wet, the migration of birds has already started, and that a dozen other signs, whloh according to the aborigines never fall, all go to forecast a severe winter. Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLXD IN BOND. TtdfiHM 1143.. 234 $ UXH SIMg ar JKEXNCOTljrOJBrxr ! IRISH .AJMDEWrOAJN:. , THREE CHAMP STARS WHO PLAY AT CINCINNATI TOMORROW. I BACON & SONS f i! Mil'1 INH'H INCORPORATED i III 'II mi i We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. J niimiiniiiimiiniii'iiiM IHERMAN STRAUS SONS J .. f ; miim I OUBTH AVeWt wCBWOffAreo MARKCT STREET r nnr ..'bbbbbv bbi s, v tm. .t jy." S C-;A4H ,. -- rt flp nt a. - - :;sjebw COMFORTS, BLANKETS BEDSPREADS At 4mhi$&L:'m ?? ., I,, i: Colored Wash Fabrics:; THAT APPEAL ESPECIALLY TO Prices to Interest covered with pretty floral deprice, each, $2.50, $1.50, WOOL-NAP Homemakers v X HBhb lBBHBi' ' ii-V- - A'llfcnBmflJ Mothers With School Girls 19c Fancy Scotch Plaids 12 l-2- COBtFORTS; silkolinc in signs; $2.25, $2.00, and COMFORTS; tho feature card, and on the closing lajSc 1 2,000 Yards of Gingham yard day, next Thursday, the St. Ledger Kiddie Cloth 15c. Stakes will be run, the distanco to Remnants 8c and a quarter. this This is one of tho strongest and Now Fall Dress Ginghams, In What They Have Been Doing bo two miles(Hodge wttll try In con- Record of the Most Important of latter event to short mill lengths from 2 to 8 most durable wash materials for the Past Week General tinue the record made Tuesday, the Recent Events Culled yards, and large variety of plaids making school dresses and waists. when he captured the Louisville News Notes. to select from; values up to Comes in a largo varloty of stripes From Exchanges. Cup. The attendance at this fall 12 VtC, salo price, per yard. . . .8c and plain colorings; salo price, meeting has been remarkable, the per yard ,. . . .l5o stakes high class and tho raclnj X 12 l-Linon Cheviots Danish Poplar without a flaw. Tho officers and Cloth 25c Z Division 3 will meet next Monday 10c. The death has occurred at tho DIredtors of 'the It ulsvllllo Jockey evening. DaniBh Poplar Cloth Is a half Convent of iHorcy, Cardonagh, Club are Shirting Cheviots; extra strong wool material and 36 inches wldo; Tbo Ladles' Auxiliary will meet success to bo congratulated on the County Donegal, of Mother Mary meeting ithus far. of the quality; sultablo for making boys' makes warm and comfortablo next Thursday evening. Joseph Carr. waists and shirts; all fast colored dresses for tho children. We have Division 2 will meet next Wednesstripe patterns; salo price, per a full range of shades for your Tho Cllfden Guardians have apAMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. : day evening at Llederkranz Hall. pointed Dr. P. W. Froyer, Cleggan, yard 10c selection; sale price, per yard. 25c A IHibernian Rifle company Is beCounty Galway, Medical Officer of X 10c Shepherd Check Suit New Amoskeag- Dress EDW. A. AXMAN ing organized at Springfield, Ohio. Timely Record of Some Memor Iunlshbofin, Ireland. HOME PHONE CITY 3238 DAN J. HENNESSY The Mian a State (Board has been The death has occurred in his Ginghams 10c. ing 15c. able Events in the Catholic called to meet at South Bend this eighty-fourt- h year, at iBivernagh, Bookfold Shepherd Check SuitJust received our new fall lines Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. month. History of America. near Bessbrook, o' John McCor-micing; in black and white; also of Amoskeag Dress Ginghams, In Chicago divisions are fast affiliatan extensive farmer. fancy combination colored checks, a beautiful assortment of now ing with the Catholic employment J. J. Grennan, accountant and ash quality plaids, checks and stripes, In an In a splendid By James A. Rooney, LL. D. bureau. secretary, was elected by sistant that sells regularly at 19c; salo endless range of pretty colorings; degree team is still October 24, 1846 A colony of nine- the Meath County Council to the The initiation price, per yard 16c salo price, per yard 10c p receiving compliments for their teen Benedictines from Bavaria, Secretaryship of itha'tj body. splendid work. under iFather Boniface Wlmmer, Callan Guardians have elected Dr. O. S. B the first in tho United P. The local Ladies' Auxiliary anJ. Pholan, son of William States, founded St. Vincent's Ab- Phelan, Cashel, as Workhouse Med- ? We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates nounce a dance for Thursday evenUPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street ing, October 2. bey, Beatty, Pa., on Invitation of ical Officer, at an initial salary of the iRight Rev. IMichaol O'Con- $G50 a year. There was an abundanco of things nor, The iRev. Denis Teahan, who left for the inner man at the initiation October (Bishop of Pittsburgh. $$kSk3xSSs4S 25, 1865 (Father Martin Sneem en route for America, was Monday. entortalnmcnt Kundig, who came to America escorted to Garnish pier by the local GOOD COFFEE ADDS TO THE PLEASURE ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account The big initiation at Bertrand Hall with the Very iRev. Frederic Rese, flfo and drum band and on Monday evening is a forerunner with this safe, conservative, OF YOUR DINNER afterward Bishop of Detroit, on people, who gave him Bome 800 a hearty of a revival In Hlbornlanlsm. Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more this day paid the last penny of send-ofYou'll find that Mulloy's Colfei is JUST what you want reception of the The debts contracted (by him for the at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 At a meeting of tho Traleo Urban Ladies' Auxiliary of Richmond, Ind., relief of the victims of the Council per cent. No cost to you whatever. 2 1.3 Ilia. New Blend Coffee with on (Monday night was a distinct cholera epidemic of 1834, which Limerickresolutions from Dublin and regarding defence of Specinl Itebiilo Ticket, good for lOo The same courteous attention given the should have 'been paid by tho city. realm prosecutions were adopted the on in trade depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Last Sunday the three divisions of October 26, 1867 Death of Surgeon a vote 'by a majority of seven votes Lima, Ohio, had a joint initiation The Mnlloy ninn is in your neighborhood John D. Murphy, U. S. N., of to three. that greatly increased the memberyellow fever, while fighting the every week Phone us nnd have him call, The Ennlscorthy Board of Guardship. epidemic in line of duty at Pensa-colWtti'MMMBvfii ians Under tho Bid Clock Second nnd Mnrhet Fla.; valedictorian of his their deeply regret the death of Division of 8 Baltimore lis roundrespected colleague, Patrick State Government Supervision. class at Fordham, July 14, 1858; Murphy, and ing out a most successful year, havW. MARKET ST. BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 tendered tholr sincere ing made noteworthy gains in every served throughout War of the sympathy to tho sorrowing family &$&$4Q4QQQQQ&$ $x$x3SxS way. Rebellion. and relatives. Division 3 of Akron, Ohio, has or- October 27, 1758 Father Theodore Rev. IFather Hogan, Rathvllly, ganized a band of fourteen pieces, a Bruawors, O. F. M., entered VVmMUHUUHVHUMUMWUMWMVMMHWUMVMMHW gold of a Franciscan novitiate at Louvain; was tho recipientIrish bogsolid walkunique feature of the progressive Celtic cross and oak T3S A AA arrived In Philadelphia in 1787, campaign. stick from the and on April 16, 1790, bought for ing the conclusion St. IMullin's iteam The county degree team will conat of the County 475 tract of land comprising 315 duct initiations for nearly all the acres In Westmoreland county, Oarlow hurling final. divisions in Cook county and ChiIreland's acreage under wheat Pa., known as Sportsman's Hall, cago this month. site of the present St. Vincent's this year has Increased from 36,913 Syracuso Hibernians make their Archabbey of the Benedictines; acres to 87,116 acres, and (that unmeetings interesting with fonty-flv- o der oats by almost 50,000 acres, but We're Prepared to Do It Promptly died October 29, 1790. contests between teams from the tho acreage under barley has deOctober 28, 1887 Tho Right Rev. clined by nearly 30,000 acres. First-Clas- s Style. and in various divisions. Maurice F. Burke consecrated The social meetings inaugurated Bishop Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of first Bishop of tho diocese of opening ofO'Donnell presided at tho in (Indianapolis servo to bring the tho tenth session of Irish Cheyenne, Wyo., which was estabtrading stamps, er many other useful articles carried members together in numbers that lished August 9, 1887, by division teaching In the College of the Four overcrowd tholr halls. in our premium rooms. of the dioceso of Omaha; trans- Masters, Lotterkenny, Donegal. It The project ifor a now hall for the ferred to diocese of St. Josoph, was such an important event that VVVVVVVVVVVV'VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'VVVVWWWVWVVVVV1 order in St. Paul received quite a addresses were delivered both In Mo., Juno 19, 1893. stimulus last week when bonds were October 29, 1855 The Most Rev. Irish and English by M. O'Ooherty, distributed to subscribers. Paul Bruchesl, Archbishop of M. IP.; Swift McNeill, M. P., and WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS Members of the order in Indian(Montreal, born there; ordained Rev. T. O'Boyle. Efforts to revive Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, apolis are elated over the recovery December 21, 1878; consecrated the Irish language are being mado of James H. Deery, who is one of tho all over Donegal, and the movement Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. August 8, 1897. veterans of tho Hoosler State. Octoher 30, 1853 The (Right Rev. is meeting with success. Ladies' Auxiliary Tho Colorado Tho new Church of the Assump conDance and Wedding Invitations James Roosevelt Bayloy held a State (Board meeting last secrated first Bishop of Newark, tion at Pomeroy, County Tyrone, a Specialty. week, and the members were much N. J., in St'. Patrick's Cathedral, was recently dedicated by Cardinal pleased with the progress reported. The Very Rev. Father New YorkM! together with the Loguo. HOME PHONE 946. Loughlln, Phelan, S. J., delivered the dediIRight Tho ILadles' Auxiliary of MinneRev. John Jjndlcs'JSults Cleaned nnd Pressed $l .00 sota has been very active of late, the Bishop of Brooklyn, N. Y., and catory sermon. The edifice is a very Gentlemen's Suits Gleaned and Pressed 1.00 State officers visiting various Right Rev. Louis do Goesbriand, beautiful one, carried out In the Gentlemen's Palm Bench Suits Cleaned and Pressed.... 50c of the Sta'te, finding the order Bishop of (Burlington, Vt., by the Romanesque style, faced with Cooks- in excellent condition. Gentlemen's Suits Sponged nnd Pressed Most Rev. Cajetan dledlnl, Arch- town stone, tho dressings of the 25o bishop of Thebes and Apostolic windows and doors being of granite Early reports from various parts OlO WKSST C3rIB5I5r STRBKT. innuncio to (Brazil; the first time from tho Newry quarries. Tho of Ohio indicate that Hibernian such an elaborate and Impressive terior Is very beautiful. activities for the coming months are ceremony was witnessed In tho to be carried on with great enTho Limerick Corporation has Both Phones 2635. United States. thusiasm and renewed energy. 426 South Fifth St. the opinion that tho action of tho Government in ordering the The State Irish History CommitWEIIE WAR, NURSES. banishment of Irishmen from tholr tee of the Ancient Order of Hibernative country lor no reason asnians issues (Its fifth annual appeal Tho following is a partial list of signed constituted a grave "encroachto tho 'Catholic schools of Iowa to embody In their course of study at tho many Sisters of Charity of ment upon tho civil rights of tho least a brief outline of the history Nazareth, Kjr.,' who were nurses people. It .was the duty of public to protest against of Ireland, which Is but another during the civil war: Sisters Phll-llp- representatives Pollock, Mildred Travers, Mary any unwarranted act of despotic name for tho story of the preservagrowth of power differentiation The most popular cooking device in tion, development,old and and in this Vincent Hardle, Patricia Orames, against and unjust resolution said. Mary Joseph Mary Lucy Dosh, Catholicity in tho land Ireland, .the Drury, the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, new and greater dreland across the Holllhand, Martha Kenny, Sophia The Rathkealo Poul Blanche try Society, of .the County Limerick, Curton, Do Chantel sea. bakes perfectly and consumes the least Traynor, Regina Dramm, Gaudentla started In the year 1904 with a cappossible amount of gas. Beatlo, M. Constants Moran, Bor- - ital of 100 pounds, and whoso pres-e- n CILU1PS VS, CINCINNATI. romeo McKensoy, Clarence Hanly, caplal Is only 131, for the past It is made to last. Tho Champs, winners of tho pen- Dominica Byrne, Cathfiriue Malono, half-yeof 7,300 had a turn-ovnant In the Twin City League, will M. Peter Brady, M. ilark Byrne, pounds, and it Is expected by tho end journey to Cincinnati tomorrow and Apollonla McGlll, M. Louis Hlnes, of 1915 to have a turn-ovof Ermlnlda Kelly, 15,000. This was tho statement play tho Urlcho team of that city, M. Ida Brophy, 'Alexia Highon, mado by T. tListon, solicitor, at a reBrooks, winners of the amateur championship Angela No of that city. The game will be Placida Slsness, Humborllno Pagan, cent meeting of the society. 215 WEST MARKET STREET. played as a curtain Talser to tho JuBtlno Lennehon, Scholastlca Fen- - greater profits than this are founa '. Pittsburgh-Cincinnagamo In the nlck. la the poultry business in America. league park and will bo called at Bom, City 3101 At tho last meeting of tho Athy Cuiuli. South OflG-V OH LURES. a TOYS AS are as 12:45 o'clock. Tho Urban Council, Klldare, a demand Sheo-hafollows: Champs Hogan, c. f.; was mado by the excise authorities 1. f.; Dolehanty, r. f.; O'Brien, There have been many and novel for 25 alleged profits on the burial & CM. s. s.; endeavors to bi Ing people to church, ground and waterworks. 3b.; Curran, 2d.; Murphy, E. I 111 H'H'M'l H I ! I H"H"M"t-H"H- " Hl Clegg, lb.; Hack, c; Brownfield or but the prize e ideavor comes from Doylej J. P., in opposing tho allowINCORPORATE?. M. J. ttNNSM, P. BANNON, JR., LAWRENCE J. VEENEMAK, Bonn, p. Urlcho Farley, s. s.; Plalnfleld, N. J., according to a dis- ance said as a matter of fact there Prw. & Hit. Viet fret, fc Trsu. Brossart, 3b.; Barrs, 2b.; Dempboy, patch In tho New York Evening was no profits, hut the council had SHttUr. Quality Coal. to strike rates to carry on both lb.; O'Keofe, 1. f.; Conway, c; Katz Times, as follows: young mar- places. It would he ridiculous to Conway, p.; Clanclolo, r. As an inducement to Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue or party of Louisville and f. A ried persons to attend services in the pay income tax under such heads, as large Falls City amateur rooters will make the First Presbytej Ian church of this they were conducted for puhllo trip, excursion rates on the B. and city, the Rev. I r. Charles E. Herring health. Tho proposed tax will bo ; Sewer a&d Calvert Pipe, O A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of having beon obtained. Capt. announced toda y that hereafter, be- resisted in court if necessary. i Frank Relchert, Thomas D. Clinos, ginning tomorri iw, he will have toys BaBBOB's rateat Lidded Pise for Steam Ceadaits, ACOUItAOT. Thomas Dolan and Henry Coleman In pews of the church to amuse the Wall CeBiHtf, Draia Tile, Titriied Brick, parents take children, while their will head the local delegation. fire rreoBBg, rise LtaiBg, Fire arlcK part In divine ierylce. Accuracy Is the twin brother of Grate aad Beiler Tile, Greaad Fire Clay, Chiaroejr Peps. GOLDEN ROD STAICES. Church officl' ils kept watch of the honesty, and they make such a good young married couples with children working team, pull so well toOFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common The featture at Churchill Downs who strolled by the house of worship gether, that they are able to accomtrack this afternoon will be the on a Sabbath afternoon, and aa they plish much work and do It well. The HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, Golden Rod Stakes, which will all passed the hurch without enter- eye .that winces at the false, and If 9 Du to, the ,f biting (together some otthe fadteat ing & reason ras sought. Restless always on the lookout for the true WORKS tad If ycru ksMtfiadthc rest get the BEST. 13H and Brectc. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th lOtli. X sprinters 1b America, and the, largest children was the cause and the toy will eventually bring success within 'PHONES 5Wwnee 58 and 59. Cumberland Wast 69. 111 111 I its vision. crowd, ef the meeting is expected to plan was eonealved then. ii 11 lfm 11 i 2c silk mull; make lovely wedsilk binding; exwith ding presents; prices $7.9S tra large bed size; price, per $6.98 and $5.00 pair in COTTON BLANKETS; gray, white or tan; single BEDSPREADS; hemmed or scalloped; large bed size; bed size; sale price, per prices, $3.50, $3.00, $2.50, 75c pair $2.00, $1.50, $1.25, $1.00 COTTON BLANKETS; large 89c and bed size; in gray or white; price, per pair $1.50 BEDSPREADS; scalloped or WOOL - NAP fringed; large bed size; salo BLANKETS; prices, $3.98, $3.50, $3.00, white or gray; with $2.50, $2.25, $2.00 and .$1.75 silk binding; per pair . .$2.98 covered sateen and filled with good white cotton; price, each, $3.98, $3.50, $3.00 and. .$2.50 HANDSOME COMFORTS; top oover of beautiful figured satin, under cover of BLANKETS; in gray, white or plaid; largo pair, $2.50 per size; $2.29 $1.25 and $1.00 WOOL BLANKETS; in gray with or white plaids; sale price, $3.98 BLANKETS; in a variety of different colored plaids; prices $6.50, $5.98 $4.98 and WHITE WOOL BLANKETS; ALL-WOO- L uKxllEII IHBBbPSSHbbBBbVi Manchester Percales 12 l-2- c. c. m x m BBBnBBVBBVBSBBdflBJBHBBBBBfl bbBBSb1 BBBBBBBul ,X3BBMBlBeB7BVBB9BBBBB per pair Fancy Scotch Plaid Suiting in a good wool finish; quality suit able for making pretty school dresses. The regular prlco of this suiting is 19c; special, per yard lU&c Cloth i 40c Waffle25c. 36-in- Suiting Manchester Percales aro tho very best to be had; tho colors aro strictly fast. We have a largo lino of now shirt and dress styles: both dark and light colorings; all first quality; salo price, per yard 12Jc 25c Fancy Suiting 12 cuoice 01 l-- 2c MERUIN HOaAN BUD O'BRIEN bo present. On next Monday afternoon tho Cherokee Stakes will bo AL OLEGO Waffle Suiting in a beautiful lino of fancy check de signs. Splendid weight for fall HIBERNIANS. IRELAND. and winter wear; sells regularly at 40c; special, per yard.... Sue one lot 01 jpancy iuur Suiting, in fancy Scotch nlaids and stripes; also somo plain col- ors. apienuia woignt and quality for making school dresses; values up to 25c; salo price, per I - k, Hennessy Axman wool-finis- POPULAR PRICE TAILORS i Sixty-one-year-o- ld f. semi-annu- al 65c i$jp a, German Insurance BanK WEWANTYOURWORK Tip Top Bread Pure. Guaranteed 100 PRINTING THE MASTER CLEANER AND DYER t Bec-tio- ns KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. BE SURE TO CALL FOR QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE pa McKENNA ar er GEHBR & SON Y WHISKY HHHWH ) er IT IS ALWAYS PURE. ti H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. line-up- n, DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO. miHI tf - Best Pittsburg and Jellico IIP: BANNON PIPE C0.il '. , S.-- FALL CITY BEER rt - '. ' 573-178- 6. i tun, tin umn n mnn ad 1 1 h 1 1 n