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Kentucky Irish American: October 9, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915100901_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: October 9, 1915 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Kentucky Irish American IE XXXV. NO. 15. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1915. , PRICE FIVE CENTS. doing tho proverbial talking through his hat. Yet, wonder of all wonders, some campaign chairmen and leaders, credited wDth good political judgment, fall for this hoary old chestnut year after year. HAD GREAT DAY. ILUMBUS Knights Arrange For tors to Discoverer of America. lo ligion is taking a firmer hold and note the fervor and Increased attendance shown In our Catholic churches. Tho Increase of weekly .communicants has been especially noticeable and a striking examplo Is given In tho number receiving holy communion at St. Louis Bo- Evils Which Have Produced Morals and Physlqal Decay rland's church during tho spaco of two weeks. From Sunday, August of Nations. 19, to Sunday, October 3 inclusive, there were 10,246 communicants. DEADLY righteous practice? even though this mean for the? sacrlflco and pain and povorty. .TThus will thoy truly contribute also to the welfare 'C. B. ot C. V. of their country. her for guidance aas should sot tho examplo to the world of correct and REGISTRATION Figures Presage Big Victory For Democratic Ticket in November. JUBILEE GAPFNEY i Ijus and Civic Programmes Feature Landing Day Colel) ration. itcrcst Manifest Contest. IS TO BE Evory- - In the Prize Essay MEMORABLE V. in this cltv of Columbus litober 12, now almost a na- Fhnlldav. The oroKrammo as hv tho committee will cover rTnvB Sundav and Tuesday Fwill lm hnth relleious and civic. rTAlleloua ceremonies will be held Rinrmw mornlne at St. BonlfaCO Kiirr.h. jrvhr avenue and Jackson Wtmat rohon dnrlntr Bolemn high Fmniw the entire council will approach holy communion In a body. Prof. Anthony Molengrart win nave cnargo of tho music and Mrs. Molengraft will preside at the organ, une of the religious celebration are In charge of tho Rev. Edmund A. Baxter, chaplain of the council; John P. Cassllly, John E. Simon and John P-nr- li made by Louisville Coun- fits ot Columbus, for tho col- - Mid complete arrangements i ae-tai- ls Tho civic celebration placo Tuosday evening A. Doyle. lumbus, 816 South Fourth when a public entertainment arranged by Chairman Thomas B, Leahy will bo rendered In tho form of music, oratory, tableaux, etc. The prize essay contest on Columbus or oomo episode In his life, which is open to tho pupils of tho ward, parochial, high scho.ols and academies of Louisville and Jefferson county, will bo decided and tho awards made during the evening. Tho successful essays 'will be read publicly. Prizes of ?25, $15 and ?10 will bo presented to the winners. The Judges selected to pass on tho merit of the papers submitted are the Rev. Brother Col-J- ames,'dlroctor of lege; Prof. E. O. Holland, Public School Superintendent, and Lecturer Camden R. McAteo. In addition to those mentioned the following committees are active in planning tho Columbus day celebrations: Programme and. Flag ThomaB W. Tarpy, Thomas M. Ryan and George H. Naber. Music and Singing Prof. Leo A. Schmitt, L. A. Hodapp, Joseph F. Hubbuch and John J. Flynn. Publicity Joseph Otte, Joseph Nevln, C. W. Decker and Thomas Walsh. Gov. Willis, of Ohio, in proclaiming October 12 as Columbus day, said: "What a world of opportunity this bravo navigator opened up to tho humanlirace when Tie Baw in the g darkness of the eve of his discovery the twinkling light of the strand ot the island of San Tt was left for tho years Salvldor! the that have followed to fulfillray." prophecy of that illuminating who disChristopher Columbus, covered America, started from the port of Palos in Spain on Friday, August 3, 1492, and passed Ferro, the most westerly of the Canary Islands, on September 9. After pursuing his course for several weeks more his crew became mutinous and threatened to throw him into tho sea If ho did not turn homeward, but he still persisted, and finally on October 12, tho island now known as San Salvador was sighted and the great discoverer, bearing the royal Btandard of Spain, upon which tho emblem of man's salvation was emon ashore stepped blazoned, the soil of tho New World, followed by his officers and seamen. On reaching land all fell upon their knees and recited aloud the usual prayers, concluding with tho Te r -, epoch-makin- at the home of the Knights of at will 8 o'clock Co- tako street, Deum, ing his sword, formally announced that he took possession of the Island for tho Spanish sovereigns, Ferdinand and Isabella. Several Irish mariners, It is believed, were among the companions of Columbus on his first voyage, and the constant intercourse between Ireland and Spain from the' earliest ages makes this appear very probable. An old Italian writer asserts that one of these was tho first to plant his foot upon the soil of San Salvador, having presumed to leaD ashore even before tho Illustrious Admiral himself. However this may be, It Is certain that among tho 40 men left by Columbus to guard tho fort which ho built on the Island of San Domingo, previous to his return to Spain from his first voyage, there was a native of Galway named Wm. Eyres. The latter of course shared the fate of his companions, who were all slain and the fort destroyed by the Indians after the Admiral's departure. trans-Atlant- ic after which Columbus, draw- RELIGIOUS RSvTVAIi. Many of the war correspondents In Europe report that there Is a great religious awakening among the people of all the warring countries and especially In France, which had Infidel and been noted for It atheist propensities during the past few years. Many of our clergy also ette the fiaet that In tola country re- - Confidence. To study tho 'growth and development of tho evils which have pro: duced tho moral and physical decay ot nations Is a most profitable and HALICIOUSPERVERSION OF FACTS interesting occupation. Such evils do not spring forth In a socioty like Minerva from the head ot Jovo, but are tho result of little eeeds sown iA statement ito the press In reply here and there among tho people. At first Itho proposal of their ac- to recent criticisms of his conduct ceptance is frowned upon by tho was made Saturday by T. St John masses, then little by little thoy aro Gaffnoy, American Consul General taken up In certain quarters and put at Munich, who has been requested timidly end in by the State Department at Washinginto practice, private, until gradually they come ton to resign. to bo accepted by the great bulk of "I know of these. accusations only a population and aro in the end through the newspapers," said Mr. boldly heralded as tho Ideal prac- Gaffney. "No.ihor by tho American tices, tending to the production of Ambassador at Berlin nor by the true social progress and bettormont. Washington Government has the This has been the story in our question ever been raised. My rela- OPPOSES BniLB READING. own day of the spread of tho un tlons with the local American colony natural practice of race suicide approximately 100 British Rabbi David Phllipson, of tho among our people. It was about and with who still aro hero aro exsubjects Rockdalo Avenue Temple, Cincinnati, 1830 that newspapers in this coun cellent. When, where and how I am looks with marked disfavor upon the try quietly began to advertise supposed to have carried on Introduction of Blblo reading in the methods by which tho limitation of propaganda Is unexplicable to public schools, maintaining in an offspring could bo accomplished. me. Inarticle in tho American Israelite, The higher classes in particular, "Tho contention that I, with or duced by the most ignoble and that it .would be In opposition to tho selfish of reasons, hastened to make ' without tho asslstanco of my posiprinciple of tho separation of tho tion, smuggled Gorman or Austrian information, Church and State. Speaking of the j use of thisfollowed by and wero letters Is simply laughable. Equally gradually the middle untrue Is tho claim that I havo plan of introducing Bible reading in women the Cincinnati schools, he says in classes. Today men and idea to aro criticized the policies of President teaching this degrading tho part: American working people, and it is Wilson." "Why can tho clericals not let the even proposed Respecting statements published that in tho near public schools alone? Tho unholy future the State, through law or In tho United States that ho had alliance between Church and Stato Sir RogeJ- Casement, who bring about intelliwas tho fruitful cause of untold mis- education, control," as an matter has been in Germany for several gent "birth the ery for many centuries in European is now "scientifically" termed. months devoting himself to tho Possibly tho greatest countries. It is the New Republic, a wild cause of Irish freedom, Mr. Gaffney achievement of tho founders of this and woolly organ of radicalism, said:. republic was tho separation ot which In its issue of September 25 "Tho story of the celebration I am Church and PJtate and tho establish- regales us with this latter proposal. supposed to have." held in honor of ment of tho principle of rollglous lib- Tho occasion for he utterance' was-as Sir Roger Casement Is a malicious erty. In a truo Democracy there recent trial of William Sanger, perversion of facts. A few weeks ago may be no coercion of conscience) of an artist of New York, for circulat- George B. McClellan, former Mayor even ono citizen. Tho rights ot tho ing information on this subject of Now York, was In Munich. A dinminority are as sacred as those of among the working people. "Al- ner was given in his honor, which tho majority. As Judge Stanley ready we Jive in on age of birth was attended by soveral ambassadors Matthews said In his masterly argu- control," declares tho New Repub- and dignitaries. Sir Roger was then Cincinnati lic, and Instances tho spread of in Munich and was Invited at the tho ment defending School Board In tho famous Bible family limitation throughout tho oxpress wish of Mr. McClollan. The in the schools case in 1869: "If tho globe. "To have thirteen children efforts of the British press to conscience of the majority is to bo is no longer fashionable, tho old me aro due entirely to tho fact the standard then there Is no such woman who lived in tho shoo has that I am an Irishman," Mr. Gaffnoy thing as right of conscience at nil. become a quite 'impossible' old continued. "This fact is enough to It Is against tho preponderance and person." All of which, according to convict me of having llttlo enthusitho power of majorities that tho this estimable magazine, Is highly asm for British politics." rights of conscience are protected desirable, making for true progress. Mr. Gaffnoy also commented on asIn order "to attain to and have need to be.' " sertions that American citizens with wo must whom he had come In contact at tho and to real civilization torn tho brutal tide of babies." HI GOOD WOMAN GONE. Munich Consulate had been But alas for such Ideas, it has treated: "An additional complaint Mrs. Henry Besten, Sr., widow of already been found hy those nations against mo," bo said In this connecwidely which have practiced them the long- tion, "consists in the fact that I, as Henry Besten, who was sinning at Munich, should known and highly esteemed for her est that these things, many Christian virtues, died Tuesday against the Divine and natural have denied absolutely a few weeks make In afternoon at tho residence of her son, laws, destruction .reality for tho death ago reports from London concerning of a people. And statements said to havo been mado Henry Besten, Jr., Cherokee road and forced to and Cherokee Parkway. Her hus- such the New Republic isexample of by American citizens who had been the It band died on January 22 last, and admit. and points to tho opposition in Munich, which had been printed In shows Mrs. Besten had been in declining Franco Is rising to tho American newspapers, and that I which health since. She was born in system" there. 'IFrance, It 1s pre- should havo said that these stories Horst, Westphalia, Germany, No- dicted, will bo unable to withstand wore pure foolishness. I felt it my vember 27, 1828, and was married its fecund neighbors. Jt will not duty to make such a denial because to Mr. Besten in 1853 at tho placo of produce enough able men to run the the American newspapers indicated her birth. In addition to her son, country. Its children will bo not plainly that anxiety was felt for Henry Besten, she is survived by two only fewer In number but inferior American men and women in Munich. daughters, Mrs. Joo Spaeth, of Louls-vlll- in quality, for there will be too slow My report showed up tho British reand Mrs. Antono Scherer, of an elimination of tho unit, too feeble ports as falsehoods, which they wero Decatur, 111. Tho funeral was held a competition In tho nursery and in deliberate falsehoods and InvenThursday morning from St. Martin's Industry." In other words, such tions. church, where she had been for years practices lead to "racial degenera"I regret extremely, for the sake a devout communicant. of Americans in Munich, as well as tion." On these points, wo learn, hinges tho British under my protection, that REDMOND'S POWER REVEALED. tho dispute between the "big fam- unrest is being fomented systematabsolutely ically. I am, however, ily and little family men" a. There has never been a week since which must be decided ono way powerless against this ungentlemanly the Irish party camo into existenco or another. But whatever tho de- intrigue. It gives me pleasure to which has revealed bo clearly the cision may 1)0, we aro informed, say that, as a result of this attack, inner power ot John Redmond in its birth control Will always he found ' I have won a great deal of sympathy councils as tho one Just ended, cabled desirable (merely, (forsooth, because and confidence. Thus far the ma- knowledge of , neuver of newspapers with tho inT. P. O'Connor to the Sunday press. men have acquired Although the party has never been so It!). "In the end no doubt society, tention of stirring up trouble between reticent in public apart from its in- acting through law or education, tho American colony, my British fluence on the budget, the presenco will determine the size and distribu- wards and myself can be said to have of the Irish and Dillon's speeches are tion of the population that is to bo been wholly defeated." the main factors In stemming the born, and we shall doubtless have MACKIN COUNCIL. tide which has turned so strongly In the children we deserve. 'A merely favor of conscription. The move- Individualistic birth control will A largo attendance Is looked for ment for compulsory military servico merege into a socially guided ana was at one time within an ace of Impelled birth control. It will not at tho meeting of Mackln Council carrying Asqulth and tho cabinet in bo easy, as the legislation of the next Monday night, when action will Its rush, and with the cabinet won Reman Empire clearly illustrated, be taken on the proposed Increase of Imduos. This recommendation Is mado over It would only have been a short but we do not believe that it is step to rush Parliament Into line. possible." the purpose of abolishing any this with all further special assessments. IHow datnnahly degrading is Dillon, however, made two of tho only and Eugene Thompson and Martin Schod most powerful speeches ot his life proposition; that the State not of degeneration and rallied tho democratic English as sanction this form execution! How i head teams that are waging a spiritIts well as the Irish and compelled the but superintend the heritage of lib- ed membership contest, which will conscrlptlonists to slow down. Thus destructive of family conclude with a big initiation on nobility erty for a moment tho conscription move- life! and of the is but one:of imany Sunday, November 21. For this event ot And yet it ment Is quiescent and it is the gen- such proposals made today, showing President John Lynn and the officers eral Impression that it will never be clearly the putrid decay of modern 'of Mackln Council will arrange an y programme. The carried. thought, and the deadly germs which elaborateIs also Interesting its mem council are to be found In this ana bers in basket ana FATID3R SED3ERTZ CHOSEN. propaganda. In the latest issue doubtless will organize reotoau,teams. strong Journal of of the International The Rev. Father William F. Ethics similar and equally, revolting S AND DANCES. Selbertz, rector of St. Mary's church Ideas are pufc forth by Blelei Clews In New Albany, was elected Spiritual Parsons, regarded In the modern will Mile. Angela Franceska' Director of the Indiana State Council school as somewhat of an authority. of the Catholic Knights of America Our modern Ideas have hecome bo appear at Bertrand Hall on Friday at the annual meeting of the State lost in corruption that our un-- . evening, October 22, in a programme and Council held last week In Indian- natural social diseases are thought consisting of the apolis. Father Seibertz has been a to be only curable by even more un- dances of France, Germany, England, I Ireland priest In the Catholic diocese of In- natural social remedies. Prof. Csrl and Scotland. dianapolis, for many years. He was The CstfhoMo church, alone elands ' Bchutler will be the accompanist. transferred from Tell 01ty to New firmly and decidedly, pointing .to The entertainment is given under Albany after the death of the Rev. correct reform the auspice of Holy Roeary Acadand against Bdward X. Fuller, who was pastor and destructive, doctrines. emy amd admission tickets are on v tn.uw-u.- ., n.u, of St. Mary's church for a long time. i The Catholic people should leek to I ! Burns became tho brido of Vincent Burko. The church was thronged with relatives and friends of tho brido and grooni, tho sanctuary being brilliant with lights and banked with flowers and plants. Rov. Thomas W. White, the pastor, was tho celebrant of the nuptial high mass and performed tho marriage ceremony. Misses Stella Evans, of St. Louis, and Margaret Hoortz were tho bridesmaids, with Misses Elizabeth Shelley and Dorothy Donohuo tho flower girls, and Miss Mary Ransom Burke acting aB ring bearer. Charles E. Burke was his brother's best man, and tho ushers wero Messrs. Claude W. Schollberg, Will Keeloy, Joseph M. Burko, CharleB Raidy, Thomas F. Burke and D. T. Heffernan. Following tho church ceremony thero was a wedding breakfast at the homo of the bride's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Burns, In Waverly court, for tho bridal party and the two immediate families. The bride has been a social leader in the East End and an active church worker., Mr. Burko was for years a popular employe at the local Potsofllce, but is now a District Inspector, with headquarters at Cincinnati, whore they will reside. C. The Unnatural Remedies ProRepublican Chairman Searcy grees. Delegates wore presont from Organization Founded in LouisLouisville, Corydon, Bardstown, American Consuli Denies That posed For Unnatural Social Mado. Special Effort With Ono of tho most beautiful of the ville Twenty-fiv- e North "Vernon, Madison and WashYears , lie Worked Against Great ington, Ind thero being snore than. fall 'weddings took placo Wednesday Diseases. Colored Voters. Ago. 500 visitors in all. First the memmorning at St. Frances of Rome Britain. bers of New Albany Council, the vischurch In Clifton, whon Miss Julia How tho Modern Thought Evil BURNS BURKE. L Catholic Knights and Ladles of America to Have Big New Albany Council, Knights of Celebration. Columbus, had the hlg day of their history last Sunday, when a class of thirty-eight received tho throe de- lias Grown and Grips Society. at the Knights of. Registration Shows That Fifth assembled Vincennes and Oak Colum- Now Has Branches Scattered bus Hall, streets, to Chargo Disclaimer Entered District Will Give Banner Throughout tho .Entire and wont in a body to 'Holy Trinity church, where thoy attended tho That Ho HadSmugglcd Majority. , Country. high mass. The initiation was held Letters. in Red Men's Hall in tho afternoon. v iters and candidates for initiation LOOK TO CHURCH FOR GUIDANCE Attack Has .1 "Won For Him a Wide Sympathy and anti-Briti- sh J I I - self-dlreoti- on Consul-Gener- al "two-chil- d o, dls-pu- to all-da- antl-Chris-tl- I FOLK-SONG- folk-son- gs .... v. Progressive candidate, can add to the strength of that party in the November election by securing a following of the 'Prohibitionists, supplemented hy tho strength that Wood AxDon and his friends can wean away from tho Republican party between now and election. It is indeed a blow to the latter Bull Moose leaders, who refused to af filiate with tho G. O. P. ladi spring whon overtures were mado for peace, to be ahlo to muster only 678 votes In a registration out of a total of about 50,000. On the other hand the Republican leaders profess to bo much encouraged over their showing and claim that Morrow and tho Stato ticket will havo united support for the first time since tho 1912 national convention in Chicago. Right here in Louisville the Re publican leaders mado tho effort of their llfo to bring out a full registration, and to that end special attention was paid to tho colored brother in that party, 7,500 letters being sent to this element urging them to register early on the firtft day, with the result that tho Repubshowed an inlican registration crease of over 6,000 over (that of tho first day of last year. That it was tho negro vote alone that made this big showing for tho first day is proven by tho figures of the Itwo days' registration, only 6,200 being addod on the second day against 9,768 of tho first day. Election officers and party leaders all testify thalt the negroes swarmed about tho polls for the first day and had registered 90 per cent, of their strength by noon. This vote has oeen care fully nursed and fostered by Chesley Searcy, of tho Republican Campaign Commrtce, and it is rumorea tnax. he expected better results, giving him tlcures that would serve to encourage his associtaes into increasing their donations to the campaign fund. Louis vissman, canuiaaxe ior Circuit Clerk on the Republican ticket, was busy circulating through the negro districts and professed to be much encouraged over tho registration showing the first day, but his opinion of tho awful decrease on tho second day has not yet Deen giveu out. . . Tho local Democratic organization tadtlcs from tho pursued different spurt methods oi ine uepuDucuua, working smoothly ana sysiemaucai-from the opening on tho first day until the closing hour on tthe second. Tho party voters were seen in person by the precinct leaders on tho first day and, if any neglected or forgot to register, wore again urged on the second day, ithese methods being The )total uniformly successful. registered vote of 29,276, which would give the Democratic ticket a majority of over 9,000 votes plurality against the combined opposition of tho Republicans, Independents and Progressives, is a sufficient guarantee that tho ticket will win by a handsome majority in November. The eyes of ithp State leaders and State candidates were on the result of this registration, and it forever dispels the rumor that the local Democratic organization was not united. These Stato leaders can now rest assured that the Fifth district will be found nest November as It was last November tho banner Democratic district of the State. Every city, State or national campaign always has a humorous angle to lr, but the prize Joke, and tho one which, strange to say, the press and campaign leaders fall for, is tho old stereotyped story of how some labor leader 'U going to deliver tho labor vote In a bulk to his favorite candidate. To begin with the labor vote as a bulk. Is a myth, the union laborng men voting according to their poJRlcal principles, and they will be found voting as Democrats, Republicans, etc. Tho wrK'er is a member of the Typographical Union, one of the strongest In the world, and the members, from the National President down, are divided according to party prinof ciple. The effort or statement anyone in that organization, from the National President down, that he or they would deliver the volte of the organisation would be laughed, at. This applies in the same measure to ell organizations, and when some noHtlcal labor leader Italks about delivering the nnlon labor vote he is ed Tho degree team of Louisville Council put on tho first and second deVISSMAN BECOMES DISCOURAGED grees, while the third degree was put on by the degree team of Washington Council. A feature of tho Initiation was tho banqudt, at which Tho iDomocratlc campaign man- Guetav Weinmann, Secretary ot tho agers aro well pleased over the Chamber of Commerce, presided as registration figures of last Tuesday toastmaster. The speakers were tho rector of and Wednesday, and claim that those Rev." William F. Seibertz, spoke on Sit. Mary's church, who figures, as compiled from cities ot "Tho Church;" Madison .Walsh, of the first four classes whore registra- Washington, whoso subject was "Our tion was hold, presage an overwhelm- Order," and Senator M. C. Thornton, ing vlotory for Stanley and the en- of New Albany, who spoke on "Tho tire State ticket In November. Tho Flag." M. J. Farrell, Grand Knight registration also of New Albany Council, by result of the of eliminates the Progressive party as his office, was Chairman ofvirtue Artho a factor m local or Stato politics, tho rangements Committee, and the other biggest disappointment to the Bull members wero Paul Vernia, Frank Moosers being right here In Louis- Fllspart, George Walters, James ville, their loss being 5,626 againdt Hlgglns, Clem Day and Edmund that of last year, and 1914 was con- Schmitt. sidered an off year In politics. It remains to he seen if Droxler, tho BRINGS NOTED WOMAN. WORK OF LATE GRANVILLE SMITH celebration of tho silver of tho f!fithol!o. TCnlrivta an A Ladles of America on Sunday and Monday In Louisville, the birthplace of tho order, will bring to this city a nrnmlnivnt lltornrv wnmnn of Mm South in tho person of the Supremo Vlro President. Mrs. M. E.' Henrv- Ruffin, L. H. D., of Mobile, Ala. Although a native of Alabama, Mrs. Ruffln Is of Irish descent, both of her parents being from the Emerald Isle. Her father, the lato Thomas Henry, was. a well known banker and merchant of tho old South. Ho wnn verv devoted to his own land and served for many years as tho Stato President of the Land League. He was a man of wide information and ho bequeathed to his daughter his love for tho old land, so that Mrs. Ruffln Is recognized as one of the best informed people in the United States on Irish history and traditions. She is a member of tho Ladles' Auxiliary of tho A. O. H. Two.year8 ago Mrs. Ruffln, having been invited to speak at the St. Patrick's day banquet of the Hibernians in Mobile, aroused quite a great deal of eathuslasm by her account of the great advance mado In early Ireland by the women of that country, some of their progress being even ahead of tho progress of the women of today. Last year Mrs. Ruffln was Invited to make tho address on St. Patrick's day in New Orleans. Mrs. iRuffin is tho first woman in Alabama to recelvo tho degree of Doctor of Letters. by This distinction was recognized the Universities of Paris and of her the Dublin, the former giving Gulgno-ber"acclaim" and through iM. the eminent historian, Mrs. Ruffln was accepted as a contrero in tho university. The great Library of .Paris asked for Mrs. Ruffln's ptc- uro to do piacca xuure nuiuus of writers of eminent lltorary dls- tlnctlon throughout the world.. Alat hoano and though recognized abroad as one of the most intellectual women of tho country, Mrs. Ruffln- is a very devoted mother o her family of six. .Her husband died twelve years ago. 'He was a Virginian, the great great grandson of Thomas Jefferson, and through their father Mrs. Ruffln's children are very widely connected throughout the South. They are In constant demand as members of patriotic societies, having more than a score of Revolutionary and Colonial ancestors. Two of Mrs. (Ruffln's daughters aro Sisters of Charity. During her visit to Ijouisvuio aim. Rutfin will be located at the Gait House and will probably remain until next Friday. IuViIIpo The t, u - banquet at the Gait House in tho evening. Tho price will be $1 per plate, and all members and their friends will ho welcome. All Catholic Knights and Ladles aro urged to lend every effort to make tho merits of the order known and increase the membership, as no fraternal organization can give betat ter protection or greater benefits by lower rates. Let all be guided fraternity, unity and charity, so that in twenty-fiv- e the golden anniversary may bo a years from now plenteous harvest, which the practice of these virtues can bring. Wo call special attention to the VERDIN. hour of tho mass, 7:30 O'clock, not KENNEY 10 o'clock, as erroneously stated in Invitations have been issued for several of our daily papers. tho marriage of Miss Rose Frances EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. Kenney, daughter ot John Kenney and ono, of the most popular girls in Tho report of the papers and Pljt the younger set in Jeffersenville, and meetfl! Verdln, a well known res- ceedlngs of the Saint Paul AssociaRoman J. Tho wedding of tho Catholic Educational ident of Cincinnati. ceromony will tako place in St. Au- tion Is now In press, and will be from tho office of the Secretary gustine's church In Joffersonville on Wednesday morning, October 20, the General, Rev. Francis W. Howard, This report Rev. Michael Halpln colobrating tho LL. D., in November. and valnuptial mass. Both young people will bo tho moBt substantial the Assoby a legion of friends who tender uable report presentedsplendid openhave tho congratulations and wish for them a ciation. Besides Archbishop Ireland, ing address ot long life of wedded bliss. It will contain Important studies on edthe presont condition of Catholic preOBSERVED WITH SPLENDOR. ucation In the United States Vory Rov. J. A. Burns, C. Laat Monday the feast of St. pared by of, AssisI, founder of tho S. C; Right Rev. Msgr. P. R, and Francis Brother John Waldron, Franciscan order, was observed with Saint. splendor and beautiful religious cere- others. Since tho meeting inorganmony at St. iBonlfacp church. Tho Paul a committee has been noiAtnn hleh mass was celebrated by ized to study the evident discriminasecondary the .Dominican fathers from St. tion practiced aeainst our some locai oy Louis Bertrand's, these two orders schools and academies Catholics authorities. always assisting each othor on tho dlicatlonol opportunities' of feasts of St. Dominic and St, have a right to any by the State on Francis. The sermon for the occa- employment offered Cathsion was preached by tho Very Rev, equal terms with others, andany inolic schools can compete with Paclficus Wlnterheld, O. "F. M. stitutions on equal terms in giving the necessary training. The report SUFFERS ANOTHER CHILL. to be published later will be awaited The Rev. Thomas A. York, pastor with Interest. Thn annntl mofttinff of the ECU- of St. Paul's church, who for some time past haa been critically ill at ftvft rtnard of the aMoeintloit nd th St. 'Anthony's iHospltal, suffered an- meeting of the Advisory Commute other severe chill WedneeUay, and will be held at the cottwmc uovrer Ihe last report was that his condition pity", Washington. D. C, in Nove was very low. ber. ls-u- od Mc-Devl- tt, Hayes, Chicago, 111.; Supremo Treasurer Mrs. Julia O'Keefo, of St. and Supreme Medical Di( Louis, rector Dr. Charles Edelen, of this city, will be present and give short haa A musical programme ( talks. and refreshalso been arranged ments will be served. Bt Is hoped that every member of tho order In Louisville who can possibly attend will do so. Tho celebration will close with a and destruction in its path, some of our Catholic men and women who woro attending a lodge meeting wero among the dead. (There was no Catholic fraternal order open to them by which they could give protection to .their lovod ones after death, and this caused the birth of tho Catholic Knights and Ladies of America, Granville iW. Smith, whose memory Is revered by many, founding tho organization, in which ho was assisted by Rev. Charles P. Raffo, John Score, John B. DUcklor, John D. Rudd and others. Organizing the society was found to bo difficult work, but with determined efforts and sacrifices on tho part of those interested and its necessity apparent, it lived .nd thrived. (However, in tho course of years other obstacles arose, all of which took tlmo to overcome. Tho last six or seven years, with good management and Fraternal Con gress rates in effect, havo borne good fruits and the order is now safe and sound from every standpoint. Two million dollars havo been paid In death benefits and each claim properly proven is paid promptly. In Louisville we aro about to celehrato the silver anniversary ot the order and several committees have been preparing for the event for two months. Next Sunday, Oc tober 10, at St. Charles churon and - JChes streets, at the 7:30 o'clock mass all the members of the order In Louis will approach holy com ville munion. Father Raffo, who was tho first Supreme Spiritual Director of tho order and who at present holds tho same office, will officiate. In tho afternoon at 2:30 o'clock sharp, in St. Charles Hall, where the first branch was or will ganized, a class of seventy-fiv- e be initiated. Tho Supremo Presi dent Hon. Charles Marr, of Wyandotte, Mich.; Supreme Vice President Mrs. M. E. Ruffin, Mobile, Ala.; Supremo Secretary Henry F. Twemty-seventh .- ence. Whon the cyclone visited Louisville in March, 1890, leaving death The history of tho "beginning of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America has been but numbers ot our Catholic men and women are yet unaware of ita exist- jkiktoftjoky 4OOC0O0i0MwCtfgCcCKi DEfez&xx KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.-JjTefe- c S0GIETY. WSS3C82lSSSSSSa iMiss iMary Schneider the" gu6st of Miss MaTy A3dnBxaiDAJz THOMAS R. GORDON CASINO AND ORP THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Ll Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. 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(Riley at Charlestown, Ind. thrown on the actions of John Bull are Just as sacred as the rights of Mrs. James CMcKenna and Miss In his dealings with this country. tho scions of wealth. The trouble Betty MoKenna, of IFalrfleld, spent visiting friends here. England's latest move Is to form a with Mr. Rockefeller, as with many the week-en- d Which immediately stamps you as toxtllo alliance in this country, other employers of labor, is that Mr. and Mrs. Georgo (Lynch, who who they look upon worklngmcn as mere blacklisting those merchants wero residing In Nashvlllo Tor a dressed than other young men. rofuso to Join, and exact a feo of 1 machines, to be employed as cheaply year, havo returned to per cent, on all wool purchased. as possiblo with a view to the All or- the numberless original patt Recently a London prize court con- largest possible production from past Miss Teresa Hogan cargoes of meat valued at their labor. If he gets rid of that week for a visit Ito left the at fiscated relatives are of the finest, purest, guaranteed wool $16, 000,000 belonging to American false notion, his visit to Colorado Martin's Ferry, Wheeling and offering the excuso that the will not be in vain. packers, Democratic Nominee for Judge Jefferson Circuit Court, i The styles embody the very latest off ei aznnrtn were too larEO for times of Auxiliary, A. O. H., The Ladies' TIIEV SAY. peace, though Great Britain's ex Bowser was solemnized Tuesday will entertain with a dance at of expert metropolitan designers. (minimus. nnrts had increased in the same Schreiber'a Hall on Thursday, Oc- - afternoon at 5 o'clock at the St. Of all tho cowardly and diabolical Aloysius church in iPewee Valley. tober 21. manner to the same countries. Thoro wero no attendants. The deceptions in tho language "they Particuler attention is paid to the finish Nevertheless there will be no pro Mrs. George Young, of Newcastle, Rov. iFaithor Edward W. (Boes per- Late News That Will Interest say" is notoriously tho first. It is or Indlcnant editorials from tests was here this past week attending formed tho ceremlny in the presence even the slightest detail. press, the publish tho catapult of the slanderer, says the races as the guest of Miss Kath- of the two immediate families. Mr. our Members Here and Some liar arine Drlscoll. and Mrs. Bowser "will spend the can the Catholic Columbian. era of which believe "the king winter in Danville. maligns his neighbor and as he feels These beautiful fabrics, especially designed .in nn wront." and bow in humble Eugene T. O'Brien has notified and fears that he wil istand alone, submission to the English bullies, marriage of Miss Agnes Peak he resorts to the base trick of the Democratic leaders of an addi- to Tho for young men, await your inspection in this Lloyd F. 'Hamilton took place on Desnlto tho attitude of the press Tomorrow there will be a big in- ranks, so tion to theirrecently. a boy arriving Thursday evening of tho past week ltlatlon at Columbus, Ohio. at his home remains conclusive, and that plurallzing his vicious self, and one fact store. Let us show you a few of them now. at St. 'Brigid's rectory, the Rev. H. he outs with "they say." "They" Ait 'Leavenworth, Kas., forty-fiv- e te tho great and overwhelming Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Drlscoll enter- Janscn officiating, alio bride was public is is often only one, and if more than Juot majority of .the American Z "tt..," tained with dinner Sunday evening, attired in a blue velvet suit, with (""." pulling for Germany to lick England one it is because the wish of the liar tho occasion being their fourth hat to match, and carried a bouquet Columbus day at Boston will bo is father to his thought; he desires of Lady Ward's roses. Miss Mary wedding anniversary. j: and lick her to a "frazzle." Peak, sister of the bride, was tho celebrated with a flag raising, band the multitude, in order to lose himbridesmaid, and 'Charles V. Seibert concert and fireworks display. self therein and thus escape the Mr. and Mrs. E. J. O'Brien, Jr., was MEXICAN MUDDLE. The Daughters of (Isabella have best man. After the cereN. W. COR, THIRD AND JEFFERSON. pernicious consequences of defama- have returned from their wedding mony tho reception was held at "tin been organized in Indianapolis, a After maklnc an intelligent sur tion. It is the old trick of the trip and aro at home In their apart- home of ithe bride's parents. The starting with over 100 members. ment In the Pennington. Men s nnu xoang men s opociniisi uiouies suop. guests were Mrs.. J. vey of all the news we have of the cuttle-fis- h The Fourth Degreo Assembly of that muddles the whole R. French, Miss Nora French and Denver will present and ralso a flag frfrH-M-I !! Catholic stream so that his own ugliness will tho Mexican question Mr. and Mrs. Thmoas J. Campion James French, of Owensboro; Miss Advance concludes: and little daughter will return next Mary Gleason, of Springfield; Mrs. at Lorotto Heights Academy tomornot be noted. row. First That we made a great misNo man of honor gives "they week from a trip to New York State, Josephine Scymoro of Champagne, Fourth degreo members of Denver having been away six weeks. 111., and Miss IM. (Badger of Owenstake when wo intruded our busy say." He gives his proper authority, expect to carry out several works on boro. The happy couple have gone educational, historical selves In Mexico to the extent of if needs be, and does not hedge and social Mrs. David Maloney and daugh- to Seclines. ordering out Huerta, its elected behind the indefinite. Xo court of ters, Misses Florence and Mary, of ondhousekeeping at 4017 South street. Now Albany, are visiting Minneapolis Knights will observe President. Justice will waste its time hearing in Cincinnati and Aurora, relatives Columbus day with a banquet. The Ind. That you spent for something you did not NEED wouldthave started a Second We made a great mistake or discussing hearsay. Truth OPENING MISSION. al speakera will be Archbishop Ireland of war material ways deals in directness. The sneak SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED In allowing the sale Mrs. Rosa Ansbach has Just reThe first mission of the coming and Gov. Hammond. to bandit rebels and in supplying it is who saddles upon the public turned from a two weeks' visit to twice a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" Approval has been season will bo given at St. Anthony's Wisconsin State Council given the money to these rebels. pledge to what his own coarse, crude and Chicago, where she was the guesit of church, Twenty-thir- d must be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the and Market, $50,000 endowment fund for Third We made a mistake in malicious mind conjured. Oh, the her sister, Mrs. May Childress. beginning with the high mass tomor raise a I dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. Marquette University. "weary watching" without taking misery of It all! The murderer of row and continuing two weeks. Next Mrs. Laura Kelly, of Jefferson-vlllf Tho costly memorial to tho late out- character considers week the sermons will be in German any positive action to suppress who has beon visiting relathat he Is addArchbishop Riordan, erected by the lawry, robbery and worse, when we ing a cubit to his own importance tives in Indianapolis for the past and the second week In English. The Knights of San Francisco, has been mission will be coduoted toy Father four weeks, has returned home. might have done it. in subtracting from the name of his Austin and Father Bede, eloquent dedicated by Bishop Hanna. rih, Wc'made a mistake in fellow, forgetful that dead qualities Orleans, Mrs. Elizabeth Gorman and grand- Minor Conventuals from Syracuse. Mayor Behrmah, occupying Vera Cruz, doing nothing, no more than will dead flesh graft. daughter, Miss EHzaDOth Blanford, Rev. Saraphln Schlang, tho pastor, elected President of tho League of uc most American hopes this will be one Municipalities, an is and then withdrawing our troops. "They say" is a wretched con after a visit In Birmingham, left successful missions ever of tho St. earnest member of the order. Fifth and Court Place. held In great mistake trivance, marked with ignorance Saturday for Nashville to visit Fifth We made a Anthony's. p, m. open Daily until 4 p. m. Saturdays until Among the notables to be present in permitting tho murder of hun most gross and sin so foul and fool at the fourth degree exemplification HISTORY OF KNIGHTS. Mrs. Thomas Carr and daughter, jnt Wichita on Oolobor 17 will bo dreds of American citizens and tho ish that it well nigh touches Supremo Master John H. IReddln, of Catherine Carr, of Jeffersonvlllo, destruction of American property, havo returned from Omaha, Neb., Louisville Council, Knights of Denver. recognized by only a weak protest. where Ithey visited relatives sev- - Columbus, had a splendid meeting ANSWER TO CRITIC. Now to cap the climax, wo are tryWednesday night, when there was an eral weeks. FEDERATION. impressive Installation of ithe newly ing to get rid of the whole trouble On biting critic of "Billy" Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Donohue, of elected officers. Among those who The regular monthly meeting of by recognizing Carranza and then Tuesday night will be heard at the coming October tho Catholic Federation will bo held calls upon the evangelist to produce Clifton, entertained let tho fire break out again in a John his credentials as an ambassador of after the rehearsal for their slstor, meetings aro Historian history P. next Thursday night in the Knights dozen rebellions. Cassllly, who will give a of of Columbus Miss Burns, on Fourth avenue. Christ. Tho True Voice in reply In- of herJulia party. and itho members tho order next Wednesday night. .There will toeHall bridal much important busiDiplomacy! It Is not diplomacy, 2-Pasists Mr. Sunday's credentials are Judge C. B. Seymour will speak on ness, and therefore all delegates are nts it is rather humbuggery of the just as good as Mrs. Houlihan, of October 20, and Col. P. H. Callahan asked to bo present. President Ganz William those of any other stupidest kind. an address Protestant minister, no better and Tampa, Fla., is visiting Mrs. Carrie will deUverExposition and on "Cali- will have some interesting reports Its Mis- read at .this meeting. S. Murray and sister, Miss Nettie fornia, Its no worse. Their credentials consist Shrader, East Eleventh and Spring sions," on October 27. WORDS TILVT COUNT. of nothing but a license to preach streets, New Albany. ORPHAN ENTERTAINMENT. "Be loyal to America, your coun- issued by an organization that came LIBERTY BELL COMING. Miss Llllie Riley, of 'Chicago, who President Joseph C Schlldt, of try Stand by tho United States in Into being centuries after Christ esvisiting Mrs. Martin Tho return trip of tho Liberty tho St. Joseph's Orphan Society, has time of peace, in time of trial and tablished his church. They have no has been Expo- invited ithe members of the local Ochsner, Jr., at St. Matthews, is now Bell from the Panama-Pacifthrough any crises," were the part- authority to speak for Him or to tho guest of Mrs. Herman Heskamp sition at San Francisco will begin Knights of Columbus and their faming words of Bishop Rhode at tho November 11 and end at Phila- ilies to visit tho homo on Sunday, credentials for Him, but all on the Bardstown road. delphia on December 4. The bell October 17, the entire building and farewell demonstra- Protestants accept such credentials Fifth Miss Margaret most the tion In his honor on tho eve of his without question. Billy Sunday has delightful "600" Hoertz gave a linen will arrive atSan Diego, November grounds to bo open for inspection. party and enterExposition, In addition there will be an leaving Chicago to be installed as just as much right to preach as any shower Monday afternoon at her 12, where it will remain until mid- tainment given by the children of THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT iFloyd street In honor of night, November 14. Many stops tho home, the programme to begin at Bishop of Green Bay, Wis. This has layman. home on Miss Julia Burns, a bride of the will be made on the way Bast, as 2:30 o'clock. been Catholic doctrine since tho hundreds of requests for an oppordiscovery of America and will conA Socialist newspaper in (Now week. TEACHING INDIANS. tunity to see the historic relic have forever, more than can be said York was In hard lines and gave tinue Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klumb an- been received from Western towns. All-wo- ol for those orders hostile to tho notico that If money was not raised nounce the engagement of their The famous bell will be in Louisville Sister Ann Henry, who before entering tho religious life was Miss to pay off the printers and employes daughter, Miss Ida Emma Klumb, for one day. church. to Frank Kopp, the marriage to Mario Hunoid, has been transferred the paper would suspend. There take place A. October 20 at St. Vincent ANNUAL FALL OUTING. from Highland Park, 111., to AWAKENING IDS CONSOILwiCE. was an Immediate response and de IPaul church. Good patterns; Okla. Sister Ann Henry is money poured into the office from The Columbia Athletic Club has now stationed at St. Louis school, well made; the The visit of the young Mr. Miss Maggie Judge has been committees making elaborate prepar- whero nearly a hundred Indian girls many quarters. Rockefeller to the Colorado mining "MOST for your spending ithe week in Chicago, where ations for the entertainment of the are being educated. Her wards will fine attended the wedding of her region has been widely advertised In money. Though thoro are now only niece, Mistf Marguerite Hughes, and members and their friends on Sun- find her a kind and competent day the 17. the papers. Ho has Investigated fifty-fiv- e members of the Sacred James iRawlelgh, which took place day, October outing On that AH the late and bow Styles and Shape will take place annual fall labor conditions there and he has College fifteen short of tho full Wednesday morning. can be found here at reasonable prlcea. at tho club house, 621 East St. CathCOLUMBUS DAY DANCE. proclaimed that he wishes to uplift number there is nothing to Indicate y erine street. This will be an Mr. and Mrs. Andrew tA. Connell, th miners. Perhaps he does In when tho next consistory will bo and tho chef will provide a Tho Bertrond Club will entertain Gtvo your boys aa edneatloa taat will of' New Albany, gave a hosiery outing,satisfactory menu. This has hatifewn way, but wo doubt whether held. prepare tham for life. with a Columbus day dance next Bhower in honor of Miss Alice most good year for tho Columbia Tuesday evening in Bertrand Hall, been a the miners will benefit much by his Shrader and James Q. Naber, of boys, who aro steadily reducing the ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE and tho following Reception ComThird and Market. still will visit. He Is too These are indeed tho melancholy Louisville, whoso maVriage debt on the club house property. mittee will be in charge: Georgo E. 113 W. Broadway, Soatarllle, Xy. to meet their problems on any days with the average newspaper take place the latter part of this Rlggs, Robert J. Burns, W. G. Hard-maConducted by the Xaverlan Brother. grounds but his own. He has learned reader, who can fjnd no pleasure in month. C. Cullen, FRANKFORT WEDDINGS. James E. Frank Classical, Scientific! and Business Hogan, John E. Baldwin, Louis J. a few things, howover, since tho reading of the doings of the Courses, Preparatory Department, Larra h Henry A. and Marcella Veeneman Swimming: Pool, Well Equipped ayrana-HtuThe Church of the Cood Shepherd Dlschor and J. Louis Walsh. Dancing are rejoicing since the visit of the Walsh investigating committee took boys and their football games. Terms Mndornta. Bra. Jamea. Dtr. Stork do itheir home, 1911 Carter In iFrankfort was the scene of a from 8 to 12 o'clock. him in hand a few months ago. avenue, bringing to them a lovely brilliant wedding Wednesday mornTho war headlines these days in boy baby. From all sides the proud ing, solemnized with nuptial mass, Rockefeller has been managing FALLS FROM nORSE. when Miss Mamie Yagle became the ,lils Qolorado mining Interests on the the monopolist American papers are parents havo been receiving bride of Owen Canty. (Both are wen principle of tho absentee landlord. evidently written with a view to Mounted Patrolman Michael Shoe-baknown hero and aro prominent in of the Seventh police district, did not see the abuses, and be- "boosting" the loan to tho Allies. Ha During 'its rounds last Saturday Frankfort society circles. Another suffered a fractured arm and painful cause he did not, he disclaimed all notable wedding will be that of Miss body bruises Monday night when his boy The' most sovere critics of the tjio Stork brought a fineand to the Florence Joseph and Hoffnor responsibility for them. He trusted home of James B. Katie and throw Holiday Gifts Reserved oa Part resident of horse became frightenedand. Walnut. Brungs, a details to Tils subordinates, and Catholic paper aro usually the people Mullaney, 2008 West Broadway. The Covington, well knownalso take place him at Twenty-eight- h the Pay meat. which will happy father has toeen sharing conwho never read it. frightened while tho Tho horse was gave his time to studying the vice gratulations with Grandfather D, at the Church of tho IGood Shepherd Are department was responding to conditions In New York. It was a Whalen. The christening will be the latter part of the month. an alarm sent in irom wemiocK PRELATE'S JUBILEE. 551 S. Shelby, Near Cheataat wry eonTwient way of escaping per- made the occasion of a big reunion. street. EUCHRE AND LOTTO. un- apa&l ctfntsct with some very DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY Preparations are being made for .. a iLouis iHowell Morgan announces Tf..i. no .11. CONVAIiESCING. ajttM&OV irnnecwuu. ELECT FRANK GEHER, nut . um the celebration of the fiftieth an- the marriage of his daughter, Miss pleasant series of Everything: guaranteed Another of the Watch and escape responsibility, as Mr. niversary of the ordination of Most Joey Loraine Morgan, to Edward card parties being conducted toy the Right Rev. Bishop Heffron, of jewelry repairing a specialty. By the unanimous vote of twenty-foof Clement. Shippen, was solemnized ladles of 9t. Patrick's congregation Rev. Archbishop Prendergast, lah very pointedly assured him.. members of the General Coun- Winona, Minn., who was seriously Philadelphia. The jubilee will in the last! week Our X.ady Sar of the will be held Monday IjAIiGEliY ATTENDED. lie tkould nave known conditions In three days, beginning November last Sea church, tAtlantic City, N. J. Re- school hall, Thirteenth night Market, cil last Monday night, Frank A. wounded a few weeks ago, is now 17. and for a full three-ye- out of danger and will be removed to mines wtaiek a? controlled. fif- turning from a trip to New York to which all their friends Geher was The occasion will also mark the are inat The national pilgrimage and reterm as a member of the Sink- St. Mary's HospitalMayo Rochester, ftieenis that the Walsh commit-- tieth anniversary of the building of and Niagara ithey will toe at home vited. The hostesses for this occawill make treat at ILourdes this J ear we a where the Doctors Commie-succeeded In .awakening tho Cathedral of 3D. Peter and Paul. after' October 15 ait Hollywood, sion are Mesdamee Mary Thompson, ing Fund Commlsplon. .test thorough examination to determine great success, despite the diffi Mayor and other Crescent (Hill. Victor Nicholas, Edward Holleran, Bloner Geher la one of Louisville's a by GoeMtence of Mr. Rockefeller.. The Governor, prominent Pennsylvania will par Mary Kapp and Joe Lenahan. The most successful hardware merchants, the location of the bullet, which is culties caused sick the war and the save those of the kit ua Bothrng more man mat it ticipate. Cardinal Gibbons will also was Tecom believed to have lodged in the Tight abseaee of all fTtia iwcwlrlln? r.f Mlsa Tvinlfw TO11- - awards are always valuable and and bis appointment MaHs;. .. lilli. amy . mended by Mayor Busohemayer. bees worth while. If be present. Id 'helmln Cranke and Wilfred loute useful. . v.sc .SATURDAY, aVCl .Sbf ! sot-tie- d, IP M''niWHWBBHBg PfftSSHm, Brr Ik Manly Dignity In a Kirschbam $15.00 Suit - j knights of pro-Engli- sh JT Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge j H' out-of-to- h j The Last Dollar i e, Ky. hue bavmgs Bank and Trust Co. i I of-Ne- I iggsagga GERMAN BANK Men's inrl Vrtiilie' I Suits ic is-s- uo Polish-Americ- an Panama-Californ- ia 10 Goods and Market Sts. eHHjlkk Paw-husk- a, all-da- LEVY'S n, rah-ra- n, tr.. l.-- ur ed ar " 9 IZ Jt h,X :Afc. ''.na RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they iind in these colums. We aim to protect otfr readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. ACTOMOBIIiE ACCESSORIES OVERLOOKING REWARD. SHALE BRICK MADE BY Distributors Of FEDERAL TIRES FALLS VULCANIZING CITY VULCANIZING 1101-0- 3 FEE East Broadway SERVICE Clay Products Co. are the BEST BRICK MADE IN CO. JEFFERSON COUNTY Bldg. Sales Office: 1010 Intcr-Sont- Coral , Ridge h. CELEBRATED EXTRA BRAT WURST WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS Zu V. SOKKWASSEB 00. Home Phone Shawnee 1721 P. I. BURKS & COMPANY (INCORPORATED.) OF MANUFACTURERS Bone Phone Incorporated OEIGEK STREET 1802 and 877 Cumb. Phone Main ABK TOUB PEASES TOB IT ENGRAVERS 82S PIANO PLAYERS Modern Player Built In Your Own Piano, Piano Flayers Repaired and Tuned. 877 Pianos and 1000-100- 8 West Walnut, Louisville AND VARNISUKb PAINTS, OILS BOHLICH ENGRAVING COMI'ANtf ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky 835 W. Main St., Home Phone City 6674 PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS VERIBEST illXBD PAINT STRASSEL-GAN- S PAINT CO. 213 West Market Street "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "AH Ready for Your Griddle In the THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. Morning" Distillers OI OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBACII" C28 W. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. CON HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) CASKETS AND UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. (Wholesale Only.) FRANK FEHR BREWING CO Brewers and Bottlers LorasvmnE. kit. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Contracting Engineer, Steam and Catholics? DIVISION 4. That Catholic Sisters are other Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Hot Water Heating and NATIONAL CASKET CO., than the purest women? Sanitary Plumbing Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. Incorporated That young ladies are ever forced Homo Office: 440 Second Street Into the sisterhoods, or kept there President John H. Hennessy. LOUISVILLE. KY. Eleventh and Magazine Streets. against their wills? Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. That the Knights of Columbus or HOME KILLED MEATS A. L. GUNN any other Catholic organization Langan. FAIR MEAT MARKET BAKER AND CONFECTIONER STATE Secretary John J. Recording takes a treasonable oath? That the Knights of Columbus or Barry. A Full Line of Fancy Groceries CREAM ICE any other Catholic organization has Treasurer Pat Connelly. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Both Phones assessed Its members to wage a l. Thomas SI Per Gallon, All Flavors fight against propaCall and Give Us An Order 1104 South Seventh Street ganda? Sentinel M. J. McDormott. WE SELL FOR CASH Phono City C574 That the Knights of Columbus or any other Catholic organization ever CO. S Y. M. I. receives secret suggestions from R. JEUNESSE Receivers and Shippers of nay and Rome? COUNCIL, Grain. Manufacturers of Shur That the Papal iDelegate meddles Meets MAOIUN Evenings 203. Club BUILDING CONTRACTOR Monday at Ploez Poultry and Stock Feeds in the slightest degree In GovHouse, 344 North Twenty-sixtHay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed ernmental affairs? 810 YORK STREET President John J. Lynn. . That the Jesuits ever busy themChas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo selves with American politics? First Vice President John W. Incubators and Brooders Louisville, KyThat any Catholic building In the Murphy. Phone South 1753 LOUISVILLE, KY. country Is stored with ammunition? Vice President Martin Second That any Catholic society drills P. Schadd. ARTISTIC PRINTING . its members for a possible fight Treasurer George J. Thornton. against the church's opponents? Financial Secretary A. C. Link. FIRST CLASS WORK Recording Secretary William G. "The Place Where Old Clothes Are PLAN HEALTH DAYS. Buckel. Mado to Look Like New." Glvo This Offlco Your Next Order Marshal Harry Alberts. 317 W. GREEN ST. SPALDING DRY CLEANING CO Plans for a national medical Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfelf- examination day, a children's health Telephone City 946 PHONES 1887. crusade day and a tuberculosis Bun- - fer. day, all to bo held in tuberculosis Executive Committee Frank G. week, December to 12, were an Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank nounced by the National Association 'Geller, A. W. Andrlot, John R. for the Study and Prevention of Barry. Tuberculosis. Medical examination day is sat for Wednesday, December RECENT DEATHS. incorporated 8, and will be the first effort on a nntlonal scale 10. urgo an annual years old, a John Clancy, forty-flv- o physical examination for everyone. Plans for the day Include an appeal clerk for the Louisville and Nashville to Induce everyone, sick and well, to Railroad Company, died early Wedhis see a doctor and learn whether they nesday morning at street,residence, after a are in good physical condition. The 1531 West Walnut of nephritis He scheme Includes also the Inaugura- month's Illness tion on the part of facfories, stores leaves a brother, Edward Clancy, and and offices of an annual physical a sister, Miss Florence Clancy, and examination for all employes. Thou- a wide circle of friends who mourn sands of associa- his death. The funeral took place tions, other societies and dispenaries Friday morning from the Cathedral. all over the country are expected to A good Catholic life was brought in furnishing free examinations for those not able to pay to a close when God called Mrs. a physician. Children's health Blanche McLaughlin to her reward crusade day on Friday, December, ' at her home, 3533 Rudd avenue, aft- 10, is planned to interest and In- er an illness lasting six months. Sur- struct school children in healthful vlving her are her husband, Eugene living. Speical exercises will be McLaughlin, five children, her mother held at which lectures, essays and and two sisters. The funeral was playlets will be given on the subject held Saturday morning from the of health. This will also toe the oc- Church of Our Lady, when requiem casion 'for launching the filed Cros3 mass was celebarted by Rev. Father Christmas seal sale in the schools. Connlff. Far-relanti-Cathol- PLUMBING AND HEATING TRACTORS H. W. NEWMAN At the opening of the schools every year the Guardians of Liberty, the Junior Order and other "patriot" organisations rave about 'Catholic interference in public schools, the Junior Order taking the public schools under Its special protection, so to speak, and ait its Tecent convention adopted resolutions aimed at Catholics, the resolution stating that no one should be allowed ito teach in It ho public schools who wore a robe, mask (whoever heard of a teacher wearing a mask), badge or sign of any religious sect; another resolution asking the Legislature to force the reading of the Protestant iBlble in the public schools. Now if these "patriots" and guardians of our school believe thai, the Catholic church seeks to destroy the public schools or violate any of their high sounding preambles, here Is a chance for them to earn some easy money. Rev. .Father Noll, publishor of the Sunday Visitor at Huntington, Ind., has placed ?1,000 in bank to be awarded to anyone for proof that will support any of the following charges: That the Catholic church Js a menace to American Institutions? That the Catholic church seeks to destroy our public schools? That the Catholic church refuses to recognize the marriages of Protestants as valid? That .the Catholic church forbids her people to read the Bible? That Catholics worship or pray to images and statues? That the Catholic people owe temporal allegiance to the Pope? That the Catholic hierarchy or the priesthood dictates the politics of SOCIETY DIRECTORY A. 0. H. DIVISION 1. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder-kran- z Hall, Sixth and Walnut President Mark Ryan. Vice President William Cushing. Clancy. INTENTION FOR OCTOBER. Financial Secretary Edward Recording Secretary James P. Barry. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Taepy. DIVISION a. Meets ton. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Joseph Lyrich. Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. "Recording Secretary John T. Keaney. Financial Secretary Edward J Keiran. Treasurer Thomas Hannan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. Hel DIVISION 3. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at HiberPortland. nian Home, 1818-182- 0 President John M. Maloney. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. First Wednesday' Liederkranz slon, Secretary Recording Thomas Kllleen. Financial Secretary John J. Hes- Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Jr. D. J. Dougherty. Martin Kale her. Sentinel Thomas Noone. Benedict XV. has recommended the spiritual welfare of the children as the general intention for October to the members of the Apostleshlp of Prayer-- . Though there are many agencies throughout the world working for the welfare of children, we fear that their zeal is too often confined to the bodily and mental welfare of the little ones to the neglect of what is most Important, the care of their souls. We know tnat from the age of reason the child, as a toeing endowed with free will, is responsible for Its eternal destiny. It has the power of rejecting God and of Wrecking Its bouI and on its free choice depends its eternal happiness. Alas, how often this is forgotten by those whose first concern should bo ito safeguard the innocence of childrenl How unmindful many parents are of the Influences for evil that surround boys and girls in the streets of our large cities, where so many of them are forced to seek recreation! iHow often even the home becomes a source of danger and Invites the curse of God on those who scandalize "these littlo ones!" Sometimes negligent parents disregard tho orders of Holy Church and keep their children from the reception of holy communion. They do nothing to encourage frequent communion, which is so necessary a protection against the poison of sin and undoubtedly the best means of keeping tho spirit of Christ alive in their 'hearts. Not merely at home should this care be exercised. It is tho church's conviction that the whole life of the child be spent in a religious atmosphere that makes her demand so many sacrifices to provide a Catholic education for every child. iLet us pray that all upon whom the responsibility falls'may do their full duty in guarding the souls of children. BETTER HOMES AVANTED. His Holiness RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers' of ttie Kentucky IrisH American are earnestly urgfed to patronize advertisers wtiosc announcements they find In these colums. We aim to proteci our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. THEO. BAKERY WOLF SOMETHING NEW AND CONFECTIONERY (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor HcattBg ICE CREAM J. L. BROWNFIELD & 00. Home Phono Shawnee 1914 Steam and not Water Heating Special Prices to Lawn Fetes and 111 ST. TKZBO STBEET Picnics. Twenty-slxt-h Cumb. M. 1ES12 and Portland Avenue Home Phone 7846 JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON THOS. J. BRODERIOK 4392-- J OR VAN PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Homo Phone City 2E25 West Walnut Street PICNIC PARTIES' A SPECIALTY Home iPhone Shawnee 1986 HENRY SCHUII 1103 South Seventh Street Homo Telephone 2147 Choice Staplo and Fancy Groceries Meat and Vegetable Market Fine Teas and Coffee 1000 Zanej Street Homo Phone 1191 Hollenbach's Wine House KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprietor Importer and Dealer In WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street Butter a Specialty ARTHUR A. AVILL CHARLES WILLMAN PLUMBER Home Phone City 1396 1204 BUILDER Montgomery Street Home Phone Shawnee 1010 1 West Market Street B. H. WM. SHEET ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR BUETER METAL 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- SURGEON VETERINARY HORSE SHOEING 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET Home Phono, City 2365 Cumb. S. 981 Homo, City 981 MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET L. HODAPP & MILLER RITTER-HENNING- h. - G Wholesale Manufacturers of Five year ago there were scarcely HARNESS AND STRAP WORK CONFECTIONER AND CATERESS a half dozen American cities which Weddings and Parties Given a housing had realized they Cumb. Phone M. 1004-Special Attention problem. Today there are 188 cities 11B South Seventh Street, Louisville Charles Wolf, Manager and towns which have awakened to the fact. Slums have been discovSOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND ered wherever there has been an in. vestigation. They are like weeds DEPOSIT BANK 2121 Osngo Avenue which grow wherever the farmers GUARANTEED are shiftless. And no, farmers ever Fourth and Central Avenue $2.00 PIANO TUNING $2.00 were shiftless as our city builders, REPAIRING Intorest Paid On Time Deposits Who seemed to think that city building was a case of anybody's business We Solicit Your Business Phono Shawnee 1253 and consequently nobody's business. But that .time is past in every secO. F. BENDER 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS the tion of the country except JERSEY DAIRY Rocky Mountain States. Bad housMANUFACTURERS ing has been recognized under all Ice Cream Manufacturer In New England the lis disguises. Special Prices to Churches and Louisville Made Furnaces weed t'he wooden Picnics S. Ninth St. peculiar to that locality is being Both Phones fought. When the fight began, Home Phone City 2542 First and College Streets soon after the great Chelsea fire, the writer met an aggrieved builder "This talk about of fire hazard Is all rot," he declared; CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y ); HOME PHONE 88 "my family lives on the third floor and we are not of a afraid of fire." "Why did you choose the third floor?" was asked. "Because the light and air are good And not up there," he replied. until he had said It did he realize what he admitted. New England is beginning to realize that though the fire hazard is real and that though fires like those of Chelsea "K3Ses4- - TVTCTt-- i and Salem are spectacular, the constant, unrecorded losses to health, come morals, which efficiency, through crowding families together in dark, airless rooms, are much greater in total. So twenty-4hretowns and one city have already forbidden the erection of more A HO RNUN Gr 'hreo-deck- er 210-22- 2 three-decker- s. WVVVWVVVViMVVVVWVVVVVW three-deck- er J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. COO! 3ivvvvvvvvvvvvvvvwvvvvv D'OUGHERTY e ,WSK"1"II'H"M"MII''I' 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, three-decker- s. & McELLIOTT LONDON IN DAIHCXESS. ' I IRISH NUN'S CENTENARY. One hundred years aeo. amidst tho horrors of a great European war, a young Irish girl, relying on the Divine help, undertook the founda tion of the Irish Sisters of Charity. On a recent Sunday, at fthe Convent of Mount St. Anne, Dublin, the spiritual daughters of Mary Alkennead celebrated the centenary of their orSATISFIES THAT LONGING. der. During these hundred years they have "been working with the wonderous zeal and discipline that tho religious vocation gives, for tho advancement of the spiritual and INCORPORATED O temporal welfare of the Irish people. KY, Their work has prospered and has LOUISVILLE, PHONE CITY 859. extended far beyond the bounds of the Emerald Isle, even to distant Home Phone 1915 Australia. Tho ceremonies in the Cumb. Phone West 191 THE exquisitely beautiful convent chapel were of a most impressive and memorable character. His Grace Most Rev. Dr. Walsh, Archbishop of Dublin, presided, and, tho centenary sermon was preached by Most Rev. INCORPORATED Dr. Donnelly, Bishop of Canea. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER passed to his well merited reward Patrolman John L. Cosgrove, who for a number of years had been an active and watchful member of the police force. He is survived by his wife, a child, two brothers, P. J. and Edward Cosgrove, and a sister, Mrs. Early Sunday morning there The new lighting order in London, as a further protection against Zeppelins, became effedtlve Friday. It prohibits tho carrying of bright lights by vehicles of any description. It requires the darkening of lights in private houses, on bridges, squares and tho extinguishing of skylights, illuminated facades and the darkening of shops. Blinds of railway trains must only do raised when tho train is at a standstill. Powers are given the police to impose further restrictions in case of emergency. DARDSTOWN. Funeral Directors and Embalmers I y. V BOTH Cumb. Main 2098-- a 3PII03V3BJS. Homo City 3098 I'GRAN W. SMITH'S Funeral Director and JOHN F. OERTEL CO. WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Bold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent BISHOP CLEARY. GRUBER & DEUSER, Manaeers, Louisville, Ky. 3TRANX JOHN XL Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 209 WALTERS' (According to Ithe New Zealand Tablet Just to hand theWost (Rev. Dr. Cleary, (Bishop of Auckland, who Is a native of County Wexford, was at the time of the paper's publication sufering from neuritis and nerve overstrain, for which he had been operated upon in a private hospital in Sydney. A second operation was to take place as soon as the patient was physically fit. It was feared thaii a considerable time must elapse before he would be sufficiently improved to leave the hospital. CHURCH AND SCHOOL. liOUISVXLIiH. a few bigots to put it KTS that permittedunwilling as on schools, is going to have a Catholic church in the very near future, and 'Fort Lauderdale, IFla., th in town First Communion Books ROSARIES SCAPULAR MEDALS in addition it will have a Catholic parish school before many moons have passed. This Js the announcement made by Right Rev. Michael Curley, iBishop of Jacksonville, who Sea oht Hew book, "How to Gel Is at present visiting friends In the NORTON BUILDING East. A banquet was tendered to Ma.ried." N. W. Ctrner Fourth and Jeffersw Bishop Curley at Hotel Manhattan, Every Devotional Article here. New York CRy. Bishop Curley left No trouble te ikow goods. New York Friday for iFall River, SUFFRAGE a Church Goods Co. (Woman suffrage DEFEATS. defeat Mass., to visit his hesister, be nun Rogers has met will in there. This week in twety States during the lest six Brooklyn the greater part of the 12 S. FOURTH AVE. months. , time, visiting friends. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT record Catholic teacher to have a the public The Knights of Columbus of AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Edward Winter. The funeral took Bardstown aro arranging for a big place from St John's church, Rev. celebration of Columbus day on OcFather Schuhraann ofllclating at the tober 12. Congressmen James ac- ll and Robert Thomas have mass of requiem. cepted invitations and will deliver Mrs. Mary Hartnett, widow of addresses. The public has been BOTH PHONES 810. James Hartnett, passed to her invited and the celebration promises m eternal reward on Tuesday at the to be very enjoyable. residence, 1340 South Preston years of ATTENDS FATHER'S FUNERAL. street. She was sixty-eigage and had been long a highly esSister Wencelaus, of Bethlehem teemed resident of this city. Surviving her are one son and two Academy at St. John's on Tuesday daughters. The funeral was held received tho ad newB pf the death Wednesday rooming from St. Philip of her father at St. Louis. She loft THE $1.00 BOX DELUXE Nerl church, attended by many Immediately to attend the funeral. mourning friends. (our Saturday Special; is SWEEPING FOR SAINTS. the most remarkable Flower The funeral of Mrs. Mary Beyer, Sloth was a characteristic with wife of Henry Beyer, 1531 West value obtainable. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI Main street, and a respected member which St. Ignatius had no paitience. of St. Patrick's church, was held One day he met a lay brother In the Other BOXES DE LUXE Monday morning, Rev. Father Cronln corridor who was sweeping it In a at $3.00 and $3.00. Coupons with every par. celebrating the mass of requiem. very careless fashion. "For whom are you sweeping this years of chase. Mrs. Beyer was sixty-eigago and had been ill only a few hall?" asked the saint. Place Yonr Orders Friday for 'For God and his Jove, Your days. Besides her husband she Delivery Saturday. leaves one son, Henry S. Beyer, and Reverence," the lay brother antwo daughters, Mrs. Edward swered smugly. "You are doing 'it badly enough," Markers and Mausoleums. Schaefer and Mrs. Thomas Small. the saint crisply answered, "if It Inwere for .Send for our illustrated designs INCORPORATED The funeral of William McDonald, tolerable." man; If for God, lit Is and prices. one of the oldest and most highly THE FLOWERS SHOP AT Large and new stock to select esteemed residents of the West End, SBO S. FOURTH AVENUE. FATHER nnSLAN'S PAPER. who died Sunday afternoon at his from all high class work. home, 110 North Twelfth street, was The will of the late Rev. hold from St. Patrick's church, of David S. Phelan, editor of .thoFather New Muldoon Monument Co. Westwhich he was a member for nearly ern Watchman, leaves Ithe paper to 652 South Third St. half a century. For forty years he Mrs. Henrietta McDonald, In trust conducted a grocery and many thero for her daughter "Marjorie, and to 1 1H were who received of his quiet char- Edward iT. Dunne and Mrs. Stella MilrBiii'i" M'Tii'if ity when in distress. Mr. McDonald Esson. The policy of the Western was one of tho pioneer Catholic Watchman, It is stipulated, shall be Knights pf America, being Treasurer "unflinching loyalty Ito the Catholic HERRMANN BROS. of Branch 21. He was also an, active church." The large library of Funeral Directors member of the St. Vincent de Paul Father Phelan is left to the Kenrick IMPORTERS Society. William O'Neill is his near-e- s Seminary. surviving relative. Embalmers. Can-tre- tS94 SON-;- : Embalmer ht 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET f MONUMENTS ht JACOB SCHULZ CO. H.BOSSESSON and BIO j bb 1 LEXINGTON. Columbus day will be celebrated In Lexington with a big meeting and reception and address by Hon. Timothy Hogan, of Ohio. The celebration will be under the auspices of Lexington and Frankfort councils, members of the latter having ebar-ere-d lnterurban cars for tho trip. CHURCH 100 YEARS OLD. Ky., "will celebrate the centennial of with Ks foundation on October 17-1- 9 a Layman's day, Memorial day and Clergy day, and the consecraltion of the chwoh will crown this un- FINE WINES AND LIQUORS, St. Augustine church, Lebanon, Telavheae PEHR AVBNUB 1612. TBMTTING. Distillers and Wholesale Deal-ar- s in Finest Barsds sf Kentucky Whiskies, especially. For a tempting dessert slice toThe Lebanon usual observance. parish was established in ISIS by gether peaches and oranges. Sweeten slightly and serve very cold. the pioneer Father Nerinckx. Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. TihsstM 1M3.' SHS ttm I jKEoexjOECsr nfcmn COMING EVENTS. A3saamxcAJsc IRELAND. $ ...--i October 22 Angela Franceska In folk songs and dances at Bertrand Hall. ll rOUftTH AVCKUC MARKET STREET wawawro October 26 Euchre and lotto at Jecord of the Most Important of What Thoy Have Been Doing St. Ann'B school hall, Seventh and tho Past" Week General the Recent Events Culled Davies, afternoon and evening. m4X News Notes. From Exchanges. October 28 Euchre and lotto for ..I- BINCORPORATED benefit of Miss Jennie Giles at Trinity Council Hall. We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. October 29 Euchre and lotto, Division 2 met Wednesday even The number of pilgrims to (Lough i! afternoon and evening, in Bertrand Derg this year was the record one ing. WE CARRY A REPRESENTATIVE LINE OF Hall, for bonefit of St. 'Louis of 9.21C. ll Syracuso Hibernians have a church. team. The death of R. J. "CamDlon. a 0 farmer of iBallybrophy, is THAT APPEAL ESPECIALLY TO anNational President McLaughlin is nounced. Ho was vory popular in now in California. CHRONOLOGY. AMERICAN tho district. Division 4 will meet Monday and At a meeting of the Limerick Division 1 on Thursday. Thoro are thirty divisions of tho Timely Record of Some Memor- County Council Messrs. 'Noll McDonnell, Edward Duggan and Peter .Ladies' Auxiliary in Pittsburgh. AT REASONABLY LOW PRICES. O'Shaughneesy were appointed rate able Events in the Catholic More than a hundred candidates collectors. History of America. X 19c Fancy Scotch Plaids Manchester Percales 19c, will lie initiated tomorrow at Port-ilanpriced at, each 50c, Children's Rosaries; each Rosaries; (Recently the Marist Brothers , 10c Ore. 10c 15c and 12 25c, 15c and. ., 12 1.2c. opened a new college at Divisions 1 and 2 of St. Louis have Fancy Scotch Plaid Suiting in Gold Filled Rosaries; guaranManchester Percaloa are the iBy James A. Jloonoy, LL. !D. The opening coremony Way of ilio Cross Rosaries; Inaugurated a campaign to securo 23c teed for 20 years; each $3.00, a good wool finish; quality suit- vory best to bo had; the colors aro T each October 3, 1822 Death at Fred- - was performed by the Rev. Dr. 1,000 new members. $1.75 $2.50, $2.00 and able for making pretty school Btncuy lust, we nave a large A erlck. iMd.. of Father Francis . wnegan, ttisnop or Kllmore. Beads; Sacrament Blessed Tho Hibernians of Lowell, Mass., dresses. The regular price of line or new shirt and dress styles: J. J. "W. Dunlop, Annaghmoro, Malevo, S. J., who was stationed 8c Sacred Heart Manual; priced each are considering tho amalgamation of this suiting is 19c; special, per both dark and light colorings; all X by .the Armagh dn New York in the early days and has been 25c at 50c and tho flvo local divisions. yard first quality; sale price, per Rosary of tho Seven Dolors; was one of the clergy assisting rit County Council a member of the The recent big initiation under the Vest - Pocket Prayer 10c Men's yard each 12$c the dedication of St Paltrlck's County Agricultural Committee, in 4 is still being Cloth Suiting auspices of Division Books, $1.00, 75c, 50c and... 25c 40c Waffle " uuuaouii, ihjibuuu. viu iamearai, axny n, xoio; inii'ul"u Rosary of tho Five Wounds; 25c Fancy Suiting 12 l-discussed by the members. in Louvaln, December !, 1770. zoc. John Donnelly, aged eighty, was 10c Children's Prayer Books; each each iEarnest effort should Tse made to October 4, 1795 The Right Rev. found dead at his residence at Your choice of one lot of Faacy 25c 35c and Waffle Suiting in a Gold Filled Rosaries; ten and have another general Initiation beJoseph John Mary Chanche, Newxy. He lived alono and was in at, fancy chock de- Suiting, in fancy Scotch plaids Key of Heaven; priced beautiful line of fifteen years guarantee; each fore the close of tho year. Bishop of Natchez, Miss.; born In receipt of an old age pension. Over and 50c signs. Splendid weight for fall ors. stripes; also some plain col.75c each, $1.00, 59c and $1.00 and Division 3 has lost two prominent Splendid weight and Baltimore; It was Jio who, while $500 was ifound in tho house and winter wear; sells regularly for making school dresses; quality members by death since spring P. Vice President of St Mary's Col(Ballymona Urban Council passed See our line of Statues, Crucifixes, Bibles, Shrine Lamps, at 40c; special, per yard. . . .25c up to 26c; sale price,values lege, administered the last T. Sullivan and P. J. Welsh. a vote of condolence with the relaper Candlesticks, Scapular Medals, etc. Ito Charles Carroll, of tives of tho late (John Banna, a X 2,000 Yards of Gingham yard Hibernians mado a great showing 12!o November 14, 1832; died meanbor of the council, and in tho recont fraternal and military Kiddie Cloth 15c. Remnants 8c. July 22, 1852. his brother, George iB. Hanna, in his parade at Glens Falls, N Y. This Is one of tho strongest and New Fall Dress Ginghams, in Following the meeting of tho State October 5, 1838 The Right Rev. place. EDW. A. AXMAN Board at Oakland, Cal., a large HOME PHONE CITY 3233 IMonslgnor George Bornemann, for (Rev. Hugh McGlynn, short mill lengths from 2 to 8 most durablo wash materials for DAN J. HENNESSY Strabane, forty-eigyears rector of St. has been transferred ito Derry. yards, and largo variety of plaids making school dresses and waists. class was received into the order. Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. iPaul's church, Reading, Pa,, born Father McGlynn is a zealous worker to select from; values up to Comes in a largo variety of stripes Division 3 has of late teen makin Llngen, Hanover celebrated hits In the cause of temperance and his 12 c; sale price, per yard. . . .8c and plain colorings; sale price, ing good progress, its financial afper yard.., sacerdotal golden jubilee June "22, work in this direction has benefited ,....15c fairs being now in excellent shape. Linon Cheviots Danish Poplar Cloth 25c X 12 l-1915. Strabane. Division 3 had a nice attendance October 6, 1701 The Rev. Robert Portadown Urban Council elected 10c. nt the euchre and lotto Tuesday Danish Poplar Cloth is a half Harding, S. J., early missionary In L. W. iMcClatcney, (Assistant Town Shirting Cheviots; extra strong wool material and 36 Inches wide; evening in the division club house. Philadelphia, born in England; Clerk, to the position of Town quality; suitable for making boys' makes warm and comfortablo Membership campaigns are being founded St. Mary's parish Un 1763; Clerk in room of tho lato William waists and shirts; all fast colored dresses for tho children. Wo havo conducted in many towns and cities died September 1, 1772. Wilson. There were seven other 425 W. Jefferson Street with results that are pleasant and UPSTAIRS STORE. strlpo patterns; sale price, per a full range of shades (for your October 7, 1617 Christopher Daven- applicants. yard 10c selection; solo price, per yard. 25c surprising. port, convert and theologian, Much regret is felt in LIstowel Tho new Hibernian hall project In joined the Flemish Franciscans at' and district at tho death of M. 10c Shepherd Check Suit- New Amoskeag Dress St. Paul is flourishing beyond tho Ypres, as Franciscus a Santa,' Kerin, who enjoyed extensive popGinghams 10c. ing 15c. dreams of those who ardently unClara; died May 31, 1680; brother ularity. o was Chairman of the Good Coffee a Morning Necessity dertook tho work. of John Davenport, noted (Puritan Liatowol iBranch of ithe Town 's Bookfold Shepherd Check SuitJust received our new fall lines dlvline, who founded New Haven, League. Grand Rapids Hibernians have ing; in black and white; also of Amoskeag Dress Ginghams, in T Yw'll And that Mulloy's Coffci Is JUST what yw want Conn., in 1638. the best bowling alleys in the city fancy combination .colored checks, a beautiful assortmont of now 'An Interesting relic of Old Lim in their remodeled hall. They also October 8, 1889 Capuchin Falthers erick has Just been placed in tho h quality plaids, checks and stripes, In an in a splendid 2 1.2 lb. Now Ulead Coifeo with decide to relinquish charge of tho Museum attached to the Carnegie have a bowling league. that soils regularly at 19c; sale endless range of pretty colorings; Special Rebato Ticket, Rood for lOo fit? Church of the Assumption at Fort Library. It is an old bell, weighing 15c sale prico, per yard price, per yard 10c Members of Division 1 are urged in trade Leo, N. J., and remove to Yonkers, something like a quarter of a ton, to bo preesnt at the meeting ThursN. Y.; two years later built pres- and is dated 1702. day night Visitors from other diThe RI alloy man is in yonr neighborhood ent monastery and Church of the iM. O'Neill, Ballyreddln House, visions are looked for. We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates every week Phone us nnd liaye him call. Sacred Heart; dedicated by Arch- Thomastown, has been sworn In as St. Paul Hibernians are planing a bishop Corrlgan, November 15,, a Magistrate for County Kilkenny. t i one of tho largest festivals over unJEIIS: 1891. The late Mrs. (Fanny Glascott. of there, to open October 27 dertaken 1323-21- 2 W. MARKET ST. BOTH PHONES October 9, 1837 .Brother Isildore New Ross, left unsettled personal and continue four nights. 3SSkS&S$4kS! Germlat, O. F. M., born at St. estate value at $57,190. &&$&$$&$&&&S33&$$ From several 'Jeffersonvllle memBelgium; served in Germain, ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account Jane McGurk, of Drumgart, Moy, bers we learn there will soon be an Belgian army; professed February aged eighty-tw- o years, who lived with this safe, conservative, end to tho quietude that has preassigned to 25, 1865; alone, was not seen by the neighvailed Ithere In Hibernian circles. Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more of the Holy Land in New bors' for some days. When the BridgeThe Hibernian Rifles of Un St. Clare's house was at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 York in 1894; died entered the dead body of port, Conn., attract great attention Friary, New York, Odiober 23, the old lady was found by tho per cent. No cost to you whatever. In their new uniforms. A number 1912. The same courteous attention given the of young men aro awaiting admission Michael Callaghan has been disdepositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. to the company. LADIES' BRANCH. qualified from membership of tho On October 17 Mrs. Ellen Ryan TIpporary Urban Council lor falling L Jolly, National President, will award The Central Committee and State to attend a meeting of that body We're Prepared to Do It Promptly the Irish history prizes of tho Rhode officers of tho Catholic Knights of for six months in succession, and Second nnd Market Style. Island Ladles' Auxiliary at Provi- America are organizing a ladles' tho council formally declared the 3v yHKSJLLJUMiijre3Bff Under the Big Clock and in First-Clas- s Stato Government Supervision. dence. Bishop Doran and Stato and branch of the order In Louisville and office vacant. county officers and tho public have aro receiving much encouragement. 'Father Carrigan, Dalian, referring been invited. All officers aro prepared to furnish to recruiting meetings, said that not warrant ignorant John O'Brien, of Division 4, is a any information desired, and when they did VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVi candidate for Magistrate in tho com- established the ladles will be given bosthoons coming to them and telling November election, while Coun- a most pleasing sendoff. ing ithem what to do. As regards Belgium he said Ireland "had had cilman Charles Flnegan, of Division Conscrlpitlon MACKIN SOCIAL CLUB. 1, and Councilman M. J. McDermott her own experience. was doomed to failure. and T. J. Garvey, of Division 4, are Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Loughrea district Council has Tho Mackin Social Club has comcandidates for fixed the whole rural district as the pleted arrangements for its fall Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. of reception dances, which begin area of charge for the expenses UNDERGOES OPERATION. Tuesday, October 19, and will con- about to be incurred by them in Dance and Wedding Invitations Mrs. Edward D. O'Connor, wife of tinue until Thanksgiving eve, No- purchasing a plot of land near the a Specialty. the Bailiff of the Police Court, un- vember 24. All members of Mackin Athenry at a cost of $325a forburial purpose of providing derwent a surgical operation Wed- Council 'are asked to invite their ground for Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of f HOME PHONE 946. that district. nesday morning at Sts. Mary and friends to any of tho series. trading stamps, er many other useful articles carried $ In presence of a large attendance Elizabeth Hospital. iShe has been the remains were Interred of John FORTY nOURS. Buffering from stomach trouble for in our premium rooms. Hackett, of Knocknagalla, County some time, and Sunday was reKlldare. Hackett was a member of In this city the Forty Hours moved to the hospital from her will begin tomorrow the Edenderry Guardians for thirty home, 203G Sherwood avenue. The Adoration years. aativo Interest OTCECISZC STHBBT, OlO report was that her condition morning in St. Boniface, Holy Cross in land He took anthe welfare of WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS last agitation, and St. 'Aloyslus churches, coming ito was Improving. laborers a solemn close on Tuesday. The agricultural general. and the 4 In rfVt? WfrfWTVf,! 6 people of the threo parishes are 99 COVINGTON. urged to attend these services, for CATHOLIC FOR IIAIIVAIID. every which the years preparation. pastors have made Mrs. John Glenn, thirty-tw- o old, died suddenly Wednesday, at her Prof. Maurice de Wulf, formerly home In Covington. Five hours later of the faculty of tho University of IIENRYVILLE MARRIAOE. her father, Patrick J. Madden, sixty Louvaln, Belgium, has accepted the years old, was burled with requiem Jjndies'JSuits Cleaned nnd Pressed $1 .00 The Rev. J. J. Ryan, pastor of invltatlo of Harvard University to high mass at St. Patrick's church. St. Francis church at Henryvllle, the chair of the philosophy of Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned and Pressed 1.00 came as a Ind., officiated on Wednesday at the medieval history. He Is the first The double bereavement Gentlemen's Palm Ueach Suits Cleaned and Pressed.... 50c Catholic ever to occupy such a posishock to relatives marriage The most popular cooking device in They lived the adjoining and friends. years old, of Fred Schuler, thirty tion in this oldest and greatest of Gentlemen's Suits Sponged and Pressed 25c homes. Mr. In and of the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, Madden, who formerly was a Cov- Elizabeth Sehr,Chicago, twenty-eigh- Miss American secular universities. Prof, aged de Wulf of Memphis. Tho groom was a for- personal is an avowed Catholic and a bakes perfectly and consumes the least ington policeman, died Sunday. friend and former associate mer resident of Henryvllle. possible amount of gas. of Cardinal Mercler, who was for a SODALITY CLUB MINSTRELS. Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. long time (President or Louvaln OWENSBOKO. It is made to last. University. On Sunday evening, October 17, and the 8t. Martin's Sodality Club will Miss Maymle FJtzgerald HISTORICAL REVIEW. prominent in present for the first time since its or- Bllncoe OT3ryan, society and business cir ganization an elaborate minstrel Owensboro At the regular meeting of the show, to take place in the big hall at cles, were married at St. Paul's Knights of Columbus next WednesShelby and Clay. Among the cast church with nuptial mass Tuesday day evening Deputy Grand Knight 215 WEST MARKET STREET. will bo found some of Louisville's morning at G o'clock, wth the Rev. John P. Cassllly will give a review best talent, the comedy line being B. S. Ftzgerald, pastor of the church, of the doings and happenings of tho Hemt, City 3101 Cauib. South 006-T- C ably represented by a quartet of officiating and performing the mar- council during the paslt year. On tho really amusing burnt cork comedlanB. riage ceremony. following Wednesday, October 20, As an afterpleco the St. Martin's Judge C. IB. Seymour will deliver an NICE GD7T. & players will present "A Man About address, his subject (to be "The ReTown," said to be a beautiful one- ligion INCORPORATED. Holy Ghost at Egypt."and 'Civilization of Ancient The Church of the act drama, full of sentiment and self- a sacrifice. Prof. Arthur Becker is tho Donver has been presented with pipe organ costing more than ?6,500 Coal. Quality musical director . DEATn AT PARIS. citizen. by a Joseph Ii. Higglns, forty years ADDITION. IMPORTANT Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue FOR WOJIAN'8 EVE. old, died at Tils home at Paris Tuesday morning after a brief illness Among the xeceht Important adIPox fur leads for everything but from acute Intestinal trouble. He is ki-$mditions to the Notre Dame Unisurvived toy' his father, Timothy versity library is a very valuable entire coats. years This will be essentially a season Higglns, who is elghlty-nln- e collection of Greek and Latin classold; two Bisters, airs. iRoger 1. Alvln ics, including several volumes of of separate coats. great value, the gift of Rev. John There Is ndthlng so convenient as and Mrs. Malachl (Flanagan, and two brothers, William and Edward HigScheler, C. S. C. Among the more the dress. precious volumes is a Floretlne ediHip yoke effedts of various kinds glns, all of Paris. M- HHI HIM H H H If U HII i M"M tion of the Comedies of Plautus, continue to be popular. printed in 1554; Hugo Grotius' SISTER SUFFERS STROKE. M. J. BANNON, boys this P. BANNON, JR., IAWREHCE J. VtENEMAN. Tho smartest thing for Menander and Philemon, printed in autumn is the balmacan coat. VlH Fret. & Tria. Frw. & Mgr. SKrttxv. 1709; Dacler's Works of Horace, Sister Wilfred, of the Sisters of $ 713-71- 5 The Norfolk coat lends itself St, Francis, of this city, and one of SOUTH SEVENTH STREET printed by Vanderhoeck in (Ham- well to almost any material. 2399. In St S. 299a. Kme, Paltrlck's TilHhMi-C- H., burg. 1773, and a valuable work the teachers Irregular skirt bottom lines are parochial school at IMaysvllle, while by Theophrasus' in Greek and Iatin, attending mass at St Patrick's printed by the DeMarsy CPress, ln-do- apparently as well liked as ever. Mink remains the standby for church Tuesday morning was sud1812. This is the third batch Calvert Pipe, with marmot close denly stricken with a nervous at- ; ; Sewer of "books Rev. Scheler hae given the small furs, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of university from his very large and second. BaBBea's Patent Liddea Pipe far Steam Ceaaaits, tack and for a time was in a serious costly collection of the ancient The low collars, with their disre- condition. Wall Ceplarf, Draia Tile, Titrile trick. , claseice. gard for throat beauty, are a thing T Fire FreoSBB-- Flee LIbIb, Fire Brick PRIEST SUCCEEDS JUDGE BAKER. of the past. Grate aai Beiler Tile, Greaas Fire Clay, Ckimaty eps. There is a fad at present for PRONOUNCED BENEDICTION. having a high and much crushed Rev. Michael J. Scanlan, (Director OFFICE 828 WEST JEFFERSON of the Catholic Charitable Bureau of Monsignor Russell, pastor of St. collar of velvet upon all coats. Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager Boston, has been appointed to succoat model is more No Patrick's church, Washington, D. C, JS nwrairnMiuBwiii oj-iiouumBiMAinsufi O girl 'Judge Harvey H. for 'benediction at Camp nsr?B to the great demand we are now BOTvTLING COMMON, pronounced ithe(President WHson ad- nakee her ithe woman orthan who ceed the late the Baker as President of the Massa- . , WORKS own clothes Magaolta Ave Bet. 91 and lOtfe. 13b utl Brecfc. Emory. Whan is comparatively easy chusetts State Conference of if you have tried the rest get t,he BEbT. orders attend- Vorfolk, as dressed' all patrio'tk encampment. to fashion. 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. ing the Clrand Armv !3Home Shawnee J I Kill-Ki- Mirtl r mw :-ii- HIBERNIANS. tHtIHHHMMMmiHIHHrt4l JI HERMAN STRAUS S SONS 11 tBer-tran- Colored Wash Fabrics Toot-ba- d's RELIGIOUS GOODS I i Mothers With School Girls! l-2- d, Bailie-boroug- h. c. I co-opt- J lSc 2c 36-in- ch sacia-mon- ts Car-rollto- 2fr$4444M4A4t n, ed ht Hennessy Axman 2c POPULAR PRIGE TAILORS ' f Tea-ant- iHiiSlH ..... wool-finis- QuC JO M. 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