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Kentucky Irish American: October 16, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915101601_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: October 16, 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 VOLUME XXXV. NO. 16. tnent of the Catholic Ladles. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16 1915. Knights and PRICE FIVE CENTS. bo voted on again at tho November election. The welfare ot the State demands tho readoptlon of this Im- JUBILEE Celebration of Catholic Knights nnd Ladles of America Big Celebration. After remarks by Dr. Charles A. Edelcn, who returned thanks to nil who shared In arranging for the Jubilee, and a fine tribute by Dr. William B. Doherty to the original charter members, who had founded a splendid organization, Rov. Father White pronounced the benediction. HAPPY UNION. ALL fOR GOD Bishop Hartley Spcakson Church lessons 'that build up character and Not Offering Much Resistance to and train tho conscience to be true to Stanley and Democratic and State at Holy Name She has nothing to do with the policies and aims of political parties. She tries to.glvp good men and women to tho world, and while she may not always succeed as well as she would Hko to, she never falls to REPUBLICANS portant measure and every citizen should vote for It. QUIETLY WEDDED. PATRIOTIC Observance of Columbus Day In fair-mind- ed Impart tho grand principles Rally. fTho marriage "of Miss Fhllomena Open Day at St. Charles Church Schneider and John H. Ioew will bo Tho Mother of Liberty and Prosolemnized with a nuptial high mass tector of All Legitinnte "Where Order Had Its at St. Anthony's church next "WednesAuthority. Birth. day morning at 9 o'clock and will bo an event of much interest Jn the West End. iltev. Father Oeorgo J. Christ." Schneider, brother of tho "bride and Initiate Largo Class in After- pastor of the Sacred iHeart church at Has Nothing to Do With Policies Pratt, Kas., will como to Loulsvlllo and Aims of Political noon and Banquet at Blisses do perform the ceremony. God, to our neighbor and ourselves. Sho belongs to tno political party; she will not allow her name to be linked with any party; her sons are free, to afllllato themselves with the organization whoso public policy may suit them best and vote Just as they please without any interference on tho part of the cHurch. Her policies, aims and ambitions are all found In tho pages of the Gospel of Jesus ( Ticket. Iiocal Republican Leaders Confining Attention to Col- ored Voters. Night. (1 Schneider, Sylvester :Loew, J. William Blrkel and Joe Hammer FORM CONSTITUTION TOASTMASTER acting ns ushers. Miss Schneider is HELPED FATHER RAFFO the accomplished and popular daughPope BcncdictjXV. Shows His ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. ICaslmlr G. Approval of Popular Schneider, . .2212 West (Jefferson J Hf H In lit A nnn r mL mm a Edition. -- -Right Rev. Bishop Hartley, adThis being the silver Jubilee year dressing the Holy Name rally at ' of the Catholic Knights and Ladles Mariet s'treet, and is connected with Columbus, Ohio, congratulated the founded In this city, John t. Barbeo & Co. After a wed- - 10,000 present upon their act of of America, years ago Dy uov. aiuer amg inp juam, xue unuv uu biwui loyalty In coming together In protest Practical Refutation of an Ancitwenty-flv- e thoir Charles P. Raffo, Granville Smith and will be at home tostreet. friends at against irreverence to tho Holy ent SlnndcrtAimcd Against 4107 West Market Name, when ho explained tho necesDr. William B. Doherty, solemn cereChurch. sity for religion and demonstrated monies at St. Charles Borromeo QUARTERLY MEETINGS. Its beauty and dignity. church commenoratlve of tho impor "What a blessed and happy thing of the County It would be," continued tho Bishop, At tho session tant event marked tho opening of a M will go down as one of tho Board, A. O. H., Friday evening, it "If our neighbors and fellow citizens Real Defendorof Integrity nnd day that history of this ex--, was decided to renew the quarterly understood In Its true sense the brightest In the Divinity offthc Word of cellent Catholic fraternal insurance meetings of the order, and to that spirit of tho Catholic church In reBociety. God. For weeks committees had end the first of these meetings will gard to public affairs. The heart or been busy preparing for this Jubilee, be hold the latter part of next month mind that holds secret suspicions and so perfect was their work that (n Division 3's club houso on Port-the- y about her loyalty and fidelity to our "3 Plans for the enter-side- country and everything received commendation from all land avenue. pertains tainmeht of the State convention to to our national welfare that her a REMINDS CATHOLICS OF DUTY does The Catholic Knights and Ladles bo held here next year wero dis-- most serious injustice. Tho Catholic America is, of course, an Insur- - cussed and President W. J. Connelly church is the mother of liberty and anco order. When more than a quar-te- r appointed tho following committee tho protector and dofendor of all if of a century ago the most de to arrange for tho preliminaries legitimate authority; sho believes In Of all the slanders against the structive cyclone In the city's history John J. Barry, Mark Ryan, John M no legislation without tho living ex- church produced by the Protestant left hundreds of Catholics widows Maloney and John T. Keanoy. State pressive voice of tho people; but tho and orphans without husbands and Vice President T. W. Tarpy suggest- - spirit of tho church is lamentably Reformation that in regard to tho fathers, Father Raffo urged that ed that the proceeds of the regular misunderstood by those of othor teaching of the jBlble is the one Catholic women as well as Catholic St. Patrick's day celebration bo used faiths. Tho Catholic church is the which recurs with tho greatest and also mother of liberty, tho protector and frequency. It is" an old, old story, men should havo the opportunity of for a convention fund, belonging to an organization which stated that he would pay any deficit defender of all legitimate authority every one of us, repeated extended aid In emergencies. Tho of the convention expenses, In view and never ceases to admonish her known to order, to which of tho fact that ho had been one of children from tho altar that they as it has been In a thousand variaformation of the both men and women are eligible", tho original boosters for the gather- - must obey tho law of the land, that tions, all golne lip show that the was the result. There are' now bo ing to bo held at Louisville. It Is a sin to transgress Its com- church ever Bought to keep the tween 15,000 and 20,000 members mands; that tho man who Is elected Scriptures from tho people It Is one TRINITY COUNCIL. In the United States, of whom 1,300 to hold the ruling power must bo of those historical lies which, no are Louisville residents, almost all respected, no matter what religion, matter how often .they may be reThe meeting of Trinity Council, race or nationality ho belongs to. of whom took part In the celebra evening was Y. M. I., last Monday tion "American Catholics should bo futed, refuse to aio. Often during the last few weeks Long before 7:30 o'clock Sunday well attended and proved quite inter- - proud of tho fact that It was at tho morning the supreme officers, who esting, a number or important suggestion of a Catholic, John Car- a crudely written, book, published by guests of honor, and members ters being presented for discussion, roll, first Bishop of the United the Evangelical! Union of South C. Edw. States, from all sections of the city flocked Before tho adjournment that a provision was inserted America, written by one F. C. Olass, to St. Charles church to assist at the Muoller announced that he had in tho constitution of our republic a missionary to Jho benighted Latin .and receive holy, ganized an Indoor ball team and for the protection and .maintenance peoples, and' entitled and when Father Raffo,' sued a challenge to tho unmarried of religious liberty. And to him is American Director, men of Trinity. The challenge was due, at least in part, tho first amend- 'With the Bible in Brazil," has been who Is Supremo Spiritual ascended the altar the large and promptly accepted by Alex. Kaiser, ment to the constitution, that 'Con- placed in several of our public lihandsome edifice was thronged to and the first game will be played Ino gress shall make no law respecting braries to tell among other things gymnasium this religion,, or pro- this ancient slander. In Chapter II. the doors. After the gospel Father- Trinity's new begin at 8:30 o'clock, an establishment ofexerclso thereof.' of this book wo learn that, "by tho addressed tho assembly brief- ing, play to hibiting the free century ly extending all a welcome to the Both teams havo been practicing and From tho earliest day of civilization, wisdom of tho sixteenth church and parish in which tho Cath- - the game Is expected to bring out a when tho church led the way In Council of Trent It was laid down Trinity's founding towns, cities and com- that no priest should read the ollc Knights and Ladies of America largo crowd of rooters. had their birth. He knew they were new gymnasium is much In demand, munities, it was sho who gave In- Scriptures without the written confasting, and therefore ho would de- - and either basket, indoor, volley or spiration and life to those two grand sent of his Bishop, under the penalty tain them only long enough to urge handball and Indoor tennis is played principles so dear today to the hearts of excommunication. Such Is Roman people: First, tear of tho Blblo in the hands of her remembrance in their prayers of every evening. Tho Trinity Council of all llberty-Iovln-g Granville Smith and the other de- - star infield of the Twin City League no legislation to be enacted without own priests." ceased pioneer members who had la- - has entered the field meet that takes tho living expressive voice of the In the face of theso attacks, made at tho people; second, no taxation without and credited without 'a shred of bored so earnestly and well for this Place tomorrow afternoon Lutz Park. society, which has a record that evidence, the church quietly but the free consent of Iho people. "Her Pontiffs, Bishops and clergy firmly goes along her path, encourshould inspiro pride and confidence SPLENDID RECORD. fought for those sacred rights whon aging tho study of tho Bible among Every supreme officer came to Louis viiin nnd w.ia nrescnt nt the mass powerful and ambitious rulers sought the people, This is ono of tho Wharfmaster Frank Dugan has to rob tho people of them Sho stood duties of her historic mission. WithThfiv wero Charles H. Marr. Wyan-- 1 nnttn Minh.. Simremo President: been the recipient of many con- - by, protected, dofended and helped out her watchful care lasttho days of Mobllo, Ala., gratulatlons this week from the city to found the first free cities of Eur- the barbarian invasloriTftftro today Mrs. M. E. ope, and Insisted that tho ruling would havo been no Bible for us to Supremo Vice President; Henry P. officials and merchants nnd Chicago, 111., Supremo Secro- - facturors upon the excellence of his sovereigns of tho nations should re- read. Through the voice of her report. Mr. Dugan has been spect and loavo untouched their Pontiffs she has time and time again tary; Mrs. Julia L. O'Keefo, St. annual government with all the advised the reading of the Holy Louis, Supreme Treasurer, and Dr. wharfmaster for six years, and In that home-rul- e Today, when "higher Charles A. Edelen, of Louisville, Su- -, tlnie what was in former days a rights and liberties enjoyed by tho Scriptures. deficit has been transformed into a people. What sho was in thoso days criticism" has obtained such poppnme Medical Director. the The second ovent of the day took handsome source of revenue to the to tho people, the rulers and nations ularity among place In St. Charles Hall, when a city. A largo amount of money has by her love for humanity, by her church alone stands as tho defender Into the city treasury respect for authority, by" her defense of the integrity and divinity of the large class of candidates was lnitla- - been turned wharf receipts, and Mr. Dugan of the rights and liberties of tho peo- Word of God. ted at a meeting that began at 2 fromput in permanent improvements ple all that she Is today to our own o'clock and lasted until late In the has Even in the midst of the great evening. The initiation was conduct-- 1 In the six years to the extent of free America. Her children, her European conflict, requiring his atIn two more years It Is clergy helped to form our constitu- tention in so many other ways, we ed by Branch 1, of St. Charles Bor- - $48,000. romeo church, assisted by a picked estimated that the wharf will bo tion. Our fathers crossed the sea to find our present Pontiff, Benedict other nlnoteon complete, and thereafter all tho consecrate their lives and sacrifice XV., encouraging the sproid of tho team from tho In Louisville. At tho con- - Plus earnings can be turned over to their fortunes to tho defense of her Blblo in popular form. Tho well city for othor departments. No sacred cause, and we, their children, known German Biblical scholar, Prof. elusion of the initiatory ceremonies the ice cream, cake and othor Techesh- - city department in tho history of who havo been born hero, havo no Jamos Ecker, now deceased, had monta wnrA Rnrvpfl nnd Mrs. M. E. Louisville has made proportionately other land, no other home, no othor prepared a translation of tho Scrip- of Mobllo, delivered a a better showing In such a brief liberty than tho fair land, tho dear tures, which has lately been pub liuriuu, enlrlted and nleaslnir address. home and tho cherished liberty for Hshed in a pocket edition by the which they lived and died. Their Bishopric of Treves. On April 20 The closing ovent of the day was SPECIAL MEETING. love of country, their citizenship, of this year this the splendid banquot at the Gait book was laid (Tmtsn. nt whirh covers were laid for their devotion to everything that before the Pope by request of Dr. The Central Connmitttee of the wont to build up the welfaro and Korum, Bishop of Treves, and on more than 200. Father Raffo pro- nignuj oi America win stability of this nation is ours, in- June 16 the following letter, exsided as toastmastor and was most wwnouc happy in his introductions. Seated hold a special meeting next Friday tensified and made stronger by the pressing the Pope's opinion, was reSt. John'B Hall, Clay and lapse of years and the glorious tradi- ceived: upon his right and left were tho Rer. h.ear rePrtf tions handed down to us. The "His Holiness pointed out In a Fathers Baxter, White and Weiss and WaIut' first ladles' Counsellor "e organization the most imhas fostered and blessed that particular- - manner tho supreme officers. branch in Louisville. Quite a mim- - church enhanced those grand tradi- portant features of that Bible, which lovo and Crowley, of Chicago, who was the b this. tions ten thousandfold by the spirit Prof. Ecker of blessed memory has flrst speaker, expressed a warm feel- &7l?!ln J of faith, piety and reverence that left aa a heritage of piety to the ing for Kentucky and with satlsfac- she has pourod into our souls from diocese of Troves, are the excellent S tfcn and pleasure looked back to fP " .. language in which it 1b written, the our earliest days. those who founded tho order In this i toim. m...i. fno (. twiintnrf.01 au oeiegaies. "The church never seeks to impose addition of notes from the Fathers, to the accomplishments of the socieher teachings and doctrines upon any and tho very popular price. With CHICKEN SUPPER. ty and what it had done for those man against his wllL On (the con- -, great satisfaction ho also remarked up ' that the work In which Your Grace bereft of the parent. Tho Young lLadles' Sodality St. trary, unless a man freely makes President Charles Marr and Secre Loo's church, Highland Park,ofhavo his mind to accept willlngy what sho Is so zealously engaged, tho wide tary Henry Hayes felt tho responsl made elaborate preparation for the teaches, ehe will not receive him Into dtEtributloa of the Scriptures, has in .blllty of their position on this annl her fold. Sho never says an unkind our days become a mission of greatversary of ft society Interested In all ,w a tho word to any man on account of the est charity, because of tho fact that American Problems and standing for gchool Dulldlng that adJoInB tho religion ho professes sho leaves tho sublime book can bo used for the best citizenship a society for cnurch Tne BUpper, which will be him to hla own conscience and God. tho comfort of tho war prisoners and the promotion of liberty and ad- - an excellent one, will bo served from Her mission is one of peace and good ,tho wounded, for which the present Religious edition is destined. Meanwhile the vaucement, making members bettor 4,an . o n'iooir. hn eamen iinz will to all mankind. Holy Father expresses words of uamoilCS ana ueiiur ciuieua, nverj' callod at 8:30. This will bo one of animosity has no place in her soul thing they had witnessed was Insplr- the last affairs of the kind for the she has a becoming respect for the deepest praise and encouragement to Ing and pointed to the starting of a eason, and those who attend, are convictions of very honest heart i Tour Grace and all those that have new era. assured real hospitality and a most and noble mind. Therefore it would supported and assisted you in this seem boat that if we do not agree holy apoetolate, granting at the same Mrs. Julia O'Keefe said she was enjoyable evening. with each other in raattors of re- -, Mne ap a token of bis fatherly here to stimulate new iue anu in terest the Catholic women of Amer- - ADDRESSED TIIREE AUDIENCES. liglous faith we ought at least to benevolence the petitioned Apostolic pive each other credit for honesty benediction." lea, upon wnom mere resteo, great In this way has the Holy Father responsibility and most was expected The IRev. John T. Noll, ed&tor of and sincerity and with respectful from. the Sunday 'Visitor, who is on an silence leaVe each man to worship shown his deep sympathy with the It Mrs. Ruffln declared they had nev-- Eastern trip, had (the pleasure of God as his conscience directs him. work of distributing the Bible. er had a happier Illustration of real addreselne three dietlneulahed audi Let us hate sin and iniquity, not each can serve to remind catholics ot hospitality, which made all feel they ences in New York butt Sunday the other on account of our honest re- their duty to intelligently familiarize themselves with the Inspired Word were Kentucklans. The Inspiration Catholic printers at (their o'clock ligious convictions. "The Catholic church is not in of God. In this way, too, will they of the day would enable them to car- - maee in St. Andrew's church, the ry on to further extent the work New York Chapter ot the Knights of politics. It is her business to teach give the most practical refutation to years ago. In Columbus in the afternoon and the the principles of divine faith and the , the ancient story of the hatred of founded twenty-fiv- e Seminary in acred laws of morality m revealed , the church for the Holy Scriptures. concluding she said the "Old. Ken- - students at Dunwc-od-l by God in, the pages of the. Gospel. CB. of C. V. tueky Home" exproosos the otl- - die eveainr. A. J. Cecilia Loew and Mary C. DIerken will be the bridesmaids, with Joseph Pnrtics. BIBLE! STUDY Promising Repeal of Segregation Ramser and Fontaine Kremer, Prize Essays Read and Exercises there were present tho (Immediate Law If Successful in tho Enlivened With Songs nnd families of itho bride and groom, to Election. whom (their (friends tender hearty Music. TRHMENDOUS COLORED VOTE Tho marrlago of Miss Marie Louise Dougherty, the accomplished and pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dougherty, 1414 West Broadway, and C. Paul Downard, who holds a responsible position with the Loulsvlllo & Henderson Railroad Company, was quietly solemnized Tuesday afternoon at tho Sacred Heart church, Seventeenth and Broadway, iRev. (Father Patrick Walsh performing tho ceremony. Besides the attendants, (Miss Cor-nea- la Honor of the Great Discoverer. Hundreds of Knights Attend th High Mass nt St. Bonifnco Church. congratulations. Immediately after tho ceremony tho happy couplo left on a . wedding trip to Cleveland, Niagara Falls, Now York, Phila- PRESENT delphia and Washington. AWFUL STORM. FLAG TO ALL PRESENT - Kfs s. , of mat-we- re even-Raff- , Henry-Ruffl- n, manu-Hay- es ( i es Henry-Ruffl- n, I list-ti- nM ffl -i- f LS f? S .22" ,.... iltl ,i,. - ( t The State Democratic campaign managers are well pleased with tho result of the campaign thus far and see no reason to alter tho prediction made at the outset, that Stanley would bo elected Governor by a majority of not less than 50,000. Mr. Stanley and the other nominees have met with a hearty reception at all of their speaking dates, while on the other hand Morrow, the Republican nominee, Is tho only one of tho G. O. P. that has received any at tention whatever from the general public, and much ot that attention has heen caused by tho bombard ment from .the Democratic speakers. tho Democratic party presents a united front throughout the State and the attempt of tho (Herald and other Republican organs to create dissension In tho ranks haB failed miserably, as Is shown by the appearance on tho stump of Senator Beckham and McChesney, tho defeated candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Governor. The Louisville Herald has been tho leader In this agitation, hoping thereby to get back in tho good graces of the G. O. P. leaders, and to date has progressed far enough to cripple the weekly organ of the Republicans, which will only continue In tho newspaper field until tho election, It being rumored that the local Republican committee have agreed to furnish the finances. Realizing that tho State Campaign Committee Is 'not achieving results, the local Republican Committee hus tried a new tack, and to that end have turned their solo at tention to getting out the solid vote of their colored ibrothera, which .vote Is now the chlefasset'df-th- o 'GrW P. in this section. The former Republican leaders, like Col. Albert Scott and Charley Scholl, havo been relegated to the rear, while Chesley Searcy, Louis Vlssman and Joe Law- ton have taken charge of tho party's affairs, and It Is rumored that the new leaders decided that tho best possible plan to make a showing for the Republicans in this district was to get out the full negro vote, and to that end promised that In return for the solid support of tho colored brother they would have tho segregation law repealed. This sounds plausible enough, as is evidenced by tho heavy and unprecedented registration of the negroes in all sections of tho city, not even tho promises of places In tho fire and police departments In the past comparing with tho promlpo ot repeal of segregation, giving them free reign to take their pick and choice of residential sections In any part of tho city. Tho negroes registered last week over 9,000, tho largest In tho history of the city, many of them registering illogally, but the Republicans feel safe in charging all of the fraudulent registration to their opponents, knowing that it is next to Impossible to traco or canvass the negroes who register from more than ono place, many not being tied down with the worries of an average house owner or housekeeper. An instance of tho negro attempt to have the segregation law repealed and bo placed on the same footing with tho whites was shown last week when three negro women entered a Pullman coach In the l. and N. station and forced that road to put on a special Pullman coach with portor service all the way to Atlanta, Ga. This spirit of the negroes has been inspired by the actions of the Republicans who want their party to make a showing in tho coming election, no matter whatever the coast In friction among the races or financial locses In real to property owners. It (s conceded on all sides that the most popular action of tho present city administration was the passage of the segregation law, which put a stoppage to. tho awful ruination ot property values and tho forced removal of homo owners, of which Chestnut street may bo cited as an example. On that street for square after square homo builders and their families wero driven out ot residences in which men had striven to build and ralso families, theso now bolng occupied with negroes enjoying all modern privileges and conveniences, while the original owner haB been forced to movp into less desirable localities and mourn the savings of a lifetime possibly. It is pleasant to note that tho local Democratic organizations will not be caught asleep and are now. busy with nightly rallies to roll up a safe majority for the splendid ticket of nominees. The rousing meeting of the Twelfth Ward Club Tuesday eevnlng Is an example, and President RogerTbhalty and Vlctf President Harry Leachman deserve praise for their untiring work and energy in arousing Interest among . the voters. The tax amendment, carried by 30,000 majority two years ago, must es-ta- to Never has more widespread destruction been wrought among the churches of the Archdiocese of New Orleans than through the hurricane that swept Louisiana on September 30. There have been other storms, In which individual churches wero wrocked In certain sections, but never has n storm hmmriif mn,a nnn. eral or widespread destruction In Its waKo tnan tno one that has Just passed. Seemlnclv rilnhnllmi n ta fury, it razed crosses and steeples, wrccKca snnnes ana brought low many a church rpnrpd hv nntiant elfortS. While hnmns fnr tho nfnr1 nn.1 helpless wero terribly damaged by us reienuess rury. Even cloistered enclosures wero nvnnaofl hv tho workings of its wrath. The only redeeming feature about the storm was that It spared human life, to a largo extent, in tho city, though in the lower coast sections and exposed country points oven this redeeming feature was absent. The greatest damage was done In New Orleans, where flvo churches wero demolished, steeples hlown down and altars wrecked, tho loss mounting up Into the thousands. ONE CROP FAILURE. Our daily publications are noting tho fact of tho bright prospect for crops, but have overlooked tho fact that ono of tho largest and money-makin- g crops in this country is on tho decline, anri thnt In itha mKtar crop who have been pouring money into me concrs or the rakers behind tho Menace and other A. iP. A. pubiMenacewoetiJlly.sJta.tejsjthpt jhg past week showed a falling off Jn the subscription list of 8,703, and that there has been a continual loss weekly since April. However, this Is one crop that the American and Tho politicians who were behind the A. P. A. revival havo already turned their attention to a new tnnk to cut Into public office, while tho pub lishers or this class will lay back and rest easy, Jest "laffln" at tho bum patriots who pay tho bills. HONOR nOLY NAME. lications. In its last issue tho Christian public can dispense with. There was a general observance of Columbus day in Louisville on Tuesday, citizens of all classes .entering into the spirit of doing honor to tho memory of the discoverer of America. City offices, banks and many mercantile houses closed ithelr doors, the number being larger than, ever before. In all th. fimrohna therd were services that wero well attended, thus giving an auspicious ucBiuuiiiB io me civic celebrations that followed. The princinal ob servance was under the direction of Loulsvlllo Council, Knights ot ooiumnus, and their programme was ono that outrivaled any previous celebraton. Tho Knights of Columbus initiated their religious exercises in honor of Columbua on Sunday morning at St. Boniface church, whero solemn high mass was sung, during which nearly 600 members approached holy communion. This was a most edifying spectacle and waa tho source of great pleasure to Grand Knight Frank A. Geher and tho officers of Louisville Council. Tho church was brilliant with lights and decorations, the whole being capped by tho artistic musical programme rendered by Prof. Anthony Molen-gra- ft and choir. Much favorable comment was caused by the action of tho KnlghtB, who remained seated after tho mass until after tho priests had left the altar and disappeared in the vestry. Tuesday night Loulsvlllo Council brought the celebration to a close at tho council building, when tho following numbers were presented: Opening Address Frank H. Geher, Grand Knight of Council " 90. Muse Special feature song in honor of Columbus: "With 'vessels three, o'er story soa (He thrilled the world of long ago." Sung by .the entlro council and audi-- a demonstration of their reverence and lovo for the holy name of God 40,000 members of the Holy Name Societies of tho Archdiocese of Cincinnati participated Sunday afternoon In tho fifth annual rally of the organizations. At 2 o'clock sharp the thousands of men left Fourteenth and (Race streets and In solemn procession marched to Redland Field, where Archbishop Moeller presided over dmpresslvo Twenty-fiv- o ceremonies. hands and thirteen drum corps wore .in the parade and the men marched eight abreast. Tho most solemn and impressive ceremony of tho rally waa when tho Archbishop called upon all to recite with him the Litany of the Holy Name of Jesus and to renew the Holy Name pledge. More ithan 17,000 members of the Holy Name Societies of Baltimore, Washington and nearby Maryland and Virginia points marched in Washington on Sunday in annual against blasphemy demonstration and profanity. A sermon on the evil of blasphemy was preached on tho White House ellipse at tho conclusion of tho parade by the Very Rov. J. Raymond Meagher, founder of the society. Tho annual parado . of the members of tho iHoly Name (Society of Pittsburgh as a protest against blasphemy and profanity took place Sunday, nearly 3,000 men toeing in line. Church choirs sang hymns aa the marchers passed through the streets to St. Paul's ,Cathedral, where (the lino was reviewed by Bishop J. F. Canevln. As Flncke. Song "America," sung by Gleo Club of Council 390; Prof. (Leo A. Schmidt, director.! Music by the orchestra. Song "Down In tho Forest" (Landan Ronald) Miss Gertrude Simpson. Solo Selected Miss Carrie Song "Star Spangled Banner" (Francis Scott Key) (Miss Gertrude Simpson, assisted by Gleo Club and Misses Anna Ryan, Clare Albert, M. Bannon, Graco Watson, Nell Smith, Mary iRyan, Constance Cassllly and Mary Fitzgerald. (Solo Intermezzo from "Caval- (Miss lerla iRustlcana" (Mascagnl) Geraldine Bixler. Solo Selected Thornton Flynn. A handsomo American flag was presented to each person witnessing tho entertainment, and at tho sing-Ing of the patriotic numbers tho audionco Joined in, standing and waving tho flags aloft. XJ,ttIo Miss Blxler's singing waa one of the special features of tho evening. Miss Bixler Is from Fairfield, and is but a child, yet her voice is remarkable, and it is saidl that she can produce most unusual to no effects. Much Interest waa ehown by the great gathering that thronged tho hall when the hour arrived for the awarding of the essay prizes. AH school children In Loulsvlllo and Jefferson county were invited to compete in the essay contest, and over 500 papers were Judged by the Rov. Brother James, of St. Xavler'ei College; Superintendent B. O. Holland, of the public schools of Louisville, and ICamden iR, (MdAtee, State Lecturer or tno Knights Columbus. The first prize graded school pupils, JIB, w awarded to Katherlno iFord, of tl! Eighth grado at tho 'Cathedral, an the second, $10, to Illllan Thomp son, of the Eighth grade at tn Nicholas Tinzer school. High Sch prizes were awarded as folio; First. $25, Miss Dorcas "Ray, a at the Louisville Girls' High Sc' socond. $15; Arthur M. Ho senior at St. Xavler'a College; $10. William Salo. a senior Louisvllo .Boys' High School, essays were read by Camden Atee. and at the conclusion of reading of each ono the aui" stepped forward and received prlzo. Announcement was made th tho contest hereafter would be he: annually. A musical number that elicitc rounds of applause was the slngin of "Tho Star Spangled iBanner" by Miss Gertrude Simpson, assisted by the council Glee Club and Miss Anna Tlyan, Marie (Bnunon, Cla Alberts. Grace Watson, Nell 8mi Margaret Ryan, Constance Cassillv and 'Mary Fitzgerald. J. Forest Thompson brought thu evening to a close by giving a laugh producing eomlc readrng. Prominent at the celebration Wer John B. Stickler, Thomas Keena John J. Score and James Colem who w.ere among the first memo 1 ence. wirn Tina tope. The ciety in the United States. visitors preeantod an important plan to relieve tho present condition of Monslgnor tho church In Mexico. Kelly also presented tthe decennial report of the Catholic Extension Society. Pope 'Benedict received in audK enco Saturday tho Most IRev. Francisco Orozo JImlnez, 'Archbishop of Guadalara, (Mexico, and (Monslgnor Francis C. Kelly, of Chicago, President of rfhe Calthollc 'Extension So- PALATIAIi ACADEMY. Tho palatial residence of tho late MIchaol Cudahy, In Pasadena, Cal., is being converted info a Sisters of the Holy Name Academy. The school will be used for the higher education of girls. Through tho late Bishop Conaty the beautiful mansion and grounds were deeded to the Sisters by the heirs ot the late Chicago millionaire. The property is valued at 100,000, and is considered one ot the beauty spots ot Pasadena. js&3JSPrxxjOEzrsr driven away the clergy, confiscated everything In sight, and has turned , over tho Christian temples for ,the use of dancers, movie shows, otc PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Whilst Interest in Christians everyivMd te ibe Social sad Merl AJruceneseat ol Irish AaerlcaM sad Cataellcs where Is laudable, the Sunday "Visitor Officially Indorsed by Ancient Older U Hlbejtflans, Young Man's I feels that our Government should Iiiitltuta and Catholic Kalghts of America. use Its own authority nearer home KENTUCKY IBISH AMEWI.OAN PRINTING CO.. Incorporated, Publlehara before It asks another Government SINOLB COPY gc to; act in heathen laud. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR ijexs:hc viMiEiiOur- DADDY KNOWS. KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflN. FATHER YORK PASSES. HatereS t the to UatiTHto-PaitolHe- e w SgBg-CJs- si fUtUf. 1 SHOULD FOLLOW. PRECEDENT. Wtst drew 81. , ing, With .the resignations of V. H. Oh, more times than I can tell, Englehard and Judge Strother, of And has often known the aching 18- the iBoard of Education, following That a boy's heart knows so well. (ffRADES (Vagy) COUNCIL 9 one another closely, the average taxpayer begins to wonder if there C8S3aoC8S33CKKKK8SCKKKKKKK8X) !... .J J' "' ""' M"""" isn't a lack of harmony somewhere. Special Train leaves Tenth and Broadway 7 a. m. OCTOBER 16, 1915. Why not follow the established SATURDAY, Returning leaven Lebanon 8 p. in. Round (rip tickets KY LOUISVILLE, $1.25, at 403 South Fourth Ave. or Union Station. precedent of tho board in other matwisest of our public men in the ters and send out of town to fill the DEMOCRATIC TICKET past, Including living statesmen of vacancies? Miss Abble D. Chester has been ill the thorough type of Wilson and nt her homo on First street this- past BEYOND PRAISE. Why Wage Should Vote For the Tax warn us against prohibitory Taft week. legislation. As tho National HiberThe resignation of T. St. John Mr. and Mrs. John iHogan, of nian well says, tho path to tem- GalTney, American Consul General at Amendmet November Election. Beechmont, left Thursday for Cinperance Is through tho moral and acMunich, has been forwarded and cinnati. Wage earners are distinctly Interested ln Tnxation and it will be to intellectual functions of each in- cepted. Gaffney, however, Consul tbelr interest to vote for tho Tax Amendment at tho November Election. flats-anpassed into eternal rest, after an dividual, and not through law Miss Irene McCabe, Under the present unequal law tho man who owns a cottage homo had his say before resigning. He has as her guest Miss Crescent Hill, lillness that extended over many Louise Smith, constitutional amendments. has worth from one to three thousand dollars comes nearer paying full e exyears ago in must have realized that his months. Born of Chicago. taxes than any other taxpayer. Both Church and State can unite on FOR GOVERNOR: Watertown, Mass., Father York early planation could not help his case. The reason Is plain, as tho cottage Is easily valued for assessment education; they can promote temA. OWSLEY STANLEY, T. Keeley and J. IC Mayer were ovlnced a desire to enter tho priest feelings. In this at about what it cost, while a residence worth ten to twenty thousand perance by elevating mankind. They But It relieved his In Now York the hood, and after a brilliant course of of Henderson. dollars is generally owned by people who can persuade the Assessors he has shown, himself to be a truo Louisville visitors studies he was ordained at the past week. GOVERNOR: can not unite in placing pqrsonal to lower the assessment and thus evade their share of Taxes. FOR. LIEUTENANT Sulplclan Seminary near (Baltimore, son of his father's. There may be a liberty in a straltjacket. Then the man who owns Securities can now hide them and escape coming thence to Louisville, where JAMES . BLACK, lack of diplomacy In Gaffnoy's conThe Ladles' Auxiliary will enterpaying taxes on such property, which adds to the taxes tho small Ileal spent twenty-seve- n fruitful years. of iBarbourvllle. is beyond all tain with a dance next Thursday eve- he duct, but his candor . Estate owner has to pay. Louisville will remember him for his ANSWERED. ning at Schrelber-'- Hallr "FOR SEORETWRY OF STATE: Tho wago earner who has no taxable property la greatly mistaken praise. He has not forfeited his eloquence and keenness of Intellect, if he thinks tho question does not concern him. BARKSDALE IIAMLETT, nor the respect of his friends. Asked what the attitude of Cath(Mrs. B. J. Scannell and daughters, while the poor throughout tho city will rAnfl w ft trm Hfiirin lfa lnVr ia Taxes enter Into the cost of rent and food and clothing and It often of Hopklnsville, olics Is toward the official recogniMisses Catherine and Alleen, hav occurs that tho man who pays no direct taxes contributes more In in their behalf. Father York has WANT. WHAT THEY been visiting at Springfield. tion by the United States of tho FOR STATE AUDITOR: proportion than any other taxpayer. Ibeen the only pastor of St. Paul's, Presidency of any leader of the ttr rliitV ii nn1 itrtrTn lite nif The prosperity of labor depends upon employment. Fair taxes ROBERT L. GREENE, It now transpires that a host of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pooley, Park creased in Influence and membermean more factories, more factories mean more work and better wages. Mexican revolution, America gives of Frankfort. French investors want view, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W ship. The funeral was held WedneBritish and Tho Tax Amendment will Justify a better system of taxation ln the following answer: FOR STATE TREASURER: to subscribe for that loan, thereby E. iPooley in Holt Summit, 'Mo. Kentucky and subject the hoards of wealth now escaping taxation to sday morning, when tho ofllce for the "The recent decision of the a fair share of the burden and lower the taxes on houses and factories. S1IKIUIAX GOODPASTER, showing that tho loan, as was was a dead was chanted by the assembled Mrs. J. W. Featherstono conference makes (this reTherefore wago earners Bhould vote for the Tax Amendment. of Owlngsvllle. pointed out some weeks ago, was not visitor at Beechmont the past week, priests prior to the solemn high mass quest very pertinent. The answer is .of requiem, at tho conclusion of Allies the guest of Mrs. M. L. Herget. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,: which the Jtlght Rev. Bishop 0Don- simple, for the attitude of American asked for because the entente LOGAN, money at home, MILLS M. could not raise the tne nnai .. ansoiution. - agnue gave or FairCatholics who are Interested in Miss Mary McKenna, following STATEMENT services OF THE OWNERkeep the money out of field wis here rthe nast week vlsRins of Brownsville. Mexico Is entirely clear and reason- but just to SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULAt the church the body was sent to KNIGHTS OF 60LUMBDS. OF trade and thus prevent that ex the Misses Henry on Third street. SUPERINTENDENT FOR able. They are not in any way TION, ETC., OF THE KENTUCKY Watertown, Mass., where it will be must PUBLIC INSTRUCTION: interred In St. Patrick's cemetery. IRISn AMERICAN. concerned with that nation's purely pansion of business which nf, V. O. GILBERT, Internal affairs, whether these be Inevitably prove dangerous to their aCcC0"rseded News That Will Interest Published weekly at Louisville. KenLato of Frankfort. tucky, required by the Act of guest Miss Sue Cox, of M.ddletown. church6 political, economic or religious. As foreign markets. Members Hero and ElseAugust 24, 1912. OP AGRIcountry they are, FOR COMMISSIONER citizens of this Tho pallbearers were as follows: Name of The pronouncement of William Mrs. Lavinla Olberman has re-CULTURE: Address. where. Active Edward Sheehan, Tim however, concerned with the atti- - Tnntiltifra llpvon ntrnlnat flinsn whn turned from Frankfort, where she Editor, William M. Hlggins, LouisCOHEN, MAT S. othy Sullivan, 'Michael Murray, ville, Ky. e tudoof our Government toward ntroUuce rellglon ,nto politics, and attended tho wedding. Charles Sacksteder, John Vance, of (Lexington. Associato Editor, John J. Barry, Mexico Such Interest Is at once John S. Segar, M. Dooley and WillCincinnati has a membership of OP 8tatlng tnat Catnollcs do not Bnow Louisville, Ky.. Mrs. Lawrence. (Donahue, South iam O'Connell. ." their duty and their privilege, for ' FOR CLERK OP THE COURT ... .... , over 2,000. Publisher, The Kentucky Irish AmerilUSLIIILjr LU IUU JJUUllVi DtUUUl OJOIGII Louisville, is homo from a visit to , OF APPEALS: i ta Honorary Charles Seibert, Edican Company, Louisville, Ky. """ " Jndlanapolls Council "has over they send their children to relatives at Covington and Akron, ' ward Funk, Benjamin Frenz, Frank RODMAN W. 1CEENON, ollcs are democrats, they are Owners: (If a corporation, give Harrodsburg. Sullivan, William Sanders, $1.000 dn Its hospital bed fund. Is gratifying to Ohio. Or. of names and addresses of stockholdunwilling to see the United States' the parochial schools, Seventy-fiv'Jerry King, Thomas Nolan, George candidates received COMMISSIONER: those who were beginning to class ers holding 1 per cent, or ouore of ,(Mrs. James J. Shelley has re- - Hildeshelm and Joseph Huber. FOR RAILROAD the third degree at Columbus last committed to a course of action that ' Miles, total amount of stock.) turned from a six months' visit with j Father York Is survived by two Sunday. SID T. DOUTinTT, would appear not only to condone him with Gen. William M. Hlggins, Louisville, Ky. her daughter, Mrs. John F. Lynch, brothers. John and Michael York. Cardinal Gibbons witnessed the of New Castle. tyranny and excessive brutality, but J. If AmorIca ,9 to bo neutral ln this at Boston. and three sisters, 'Misses Mary, fourth degree Initiation at Baltimore John H. Barry, Louisville, Ky. Mary Hlggins, Louisville, Ky. also to support "both. Our Govern- FOR CIRCUIT JUDGES: Elizabeth and Anna York, all of on Tuesday. war, let It be neutral ln fact, world's Cliancery ment stands sponsor Known bondholders, mortgagees and Mrs. G. Everln, South Louisville, Watertown. His brother. John York, ARTHUR M. WALLACE, for the Mexican 'a the The three degrees were received h and not only has been entertaining th other security holders, holding 1 for the past Branch, First Division. sister. Miss Mary York, per cent, or more of total amount Chancery revolutionists before the world; and whore ts -- neutrality" can help one week her hrother, George Clark, of and his the 'bedside when tlie end by a class of sixty last Sunday at KIRBY, B. wero nt SAMUEL Hudson, Wis. the Mexican revolutionists have been side and of bonds, mortgages or other seCnl.l rtrJo Branch, Second Division. viv.w. came. hurt the other. "t,,ul Knights of Madison, Wis., celecurities: II. FIELD, Common Pleas trrannous and lirntal. iTiv ilocrnna WILLIAM brated Columbus day with one of the None. Mrs. Bertha Kelley and Miss and other acts they have Interfered Branch, First Division. KOKEGOKS LUXURIES. The laborer Is entitled to Justice largest inftiatlons in their history. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN CO. GORDON, Common with worship In a Emma Jean Powers returned Sunday THOMAS R. most meticulous to honest pay and to fair treatment, Ouo the largest initiations a two weeks' vlsSt with relaSecond Division. WILLIAM M. HIGGINS. Thomas D. Claire, of 110 West held of the Wisconsin Valley evr Pleas Branch, way, they have attacked iGod and If he always got Justice he would after will in tives at Milton. St. Catherine street, and well known to and WALTER 1 LINCOLN. Common religion, they have Division take place at Merrill on January 1. Sworn 30th daysubscribed before mo ex--' seldom need charity. committed In circles, startled Pleas Brancl,, Third this of September, 1915. iQIshops Shahan and Corrlgan has re- tho city officials and the hundreds cesses that shock every man whose Miss Katie Bossmeyer RY AV. KOUirnau;, jiu" HgRMANVjOHN . 111., where she were the class of 200 that re-- i turned from Qulncy, Branca. sense of decency has not been de- Ky. About 150,000 people attended was a bridesmaid at the Bossmoyer-Jann- that are seeking appointment by celved inthe fourth degree at Balti resigning his position as Supervisor Commission expires Jan. 16, 1916. Btroyed. They have defiled the five games of the baseball FOR COMMONWEALTH'S wedding. more on Columbus day. under tho Board of Public Works . ATTORNEY: churches, sacred vessels, vestments world's series, and yet they say Three Congressmen Thomas R. His reason for resigning was so JOSEPH H. IIUFFA1CER. and the 'Blessed Sacrament; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Marian, former- novel and unusual that the board Heflln, of Alabama, and R. Y. baseball is dead. they ' ly of Owensboro, are the guests of members asked him to repeat his Thomas and Campbell Cantrell, of FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT: have tortured some priests and at the Tno lce man goes out but tho Bas Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Driscoll prepara- statement to make sure that they Kentucky were speakers DUGAN. FRANK murdered others; they have killed tory to locating here. had "heard him the first time." This Columbus day celebration at Bards-towtwo Christian Brothers, and as for and coal man are watchfully waiting, COMMISSIONERS: Business houses wero closed FOR PARK Is what they heard both times: their ctreatmant nf SlHtAr it our, and there Is no rest for the wicked. Ben S. Washer, Mrs. Frank Burke and Miss Jean RayBlzot, "In going about my work as during the afternoon. Burke, of Jeffersonvllle, arrived Supervisor I" saw many men out of not be described, ln short, allowing Gcorgo F. Simpson. Is tho most in- - home last week from San Francisco; Jobs. I began asking myself If it Good example RECENT DEATHS. for all exaggerations, It Is safe to ALDERMEN: FOR where they spent the summer. wasn't selfish in me to hold this Job say that the Mexican revolutionists fluentlal kind of a sermon. Agnes Victory at $3 a day when I could live withFred Sclwenker, R. B. Gilbert, have written a new chapter n the Miss Maggie Judge has returned out it. It seemed to me that per- Schmltt was laid to rest ln St. Louis C. V. Schmltt, Fred J. Lcezcr, BENEFIT CONCERT. Campbell, from Chicago, where she attended haps by so doing I was keeping some cemetery following services at St. John M. Clifford, B. J. Overbcrg, jr. history of tyranny and brutality. the wedding of her niece, Miss Mar- man out of $3 a day who needed It John's church (Monday morning. She Jos. And though not long since Carranza James B. Camp, , For the benefit of St, Michael's guerite Hughes, and James George B. Coder, Jns. M. Trent.-to live on and support a family. Of was the daughter of (Patrolman taunted Villa on account of somo of church (there will be a grand concert William Schmltt, 506 East Ken R. Guy Parker. J. Wm. Mdler, course the $3 a day bought me lux tucky, and was and social entertainment nt St. these deeds, yot not one of them haa the uries that I could get In no other rever. The family victim of typhoid COUNOILMEN: 220 South Brook FOR been repudiated. Indeed the Ideals Michael's Hall, have the symA linen shower was given by Miss way, but these I do not need. So 8 street, next Thursday night at First Ward, that prompted them have been ex- o'clock, when tho Catholic Choral Ella Carr at her homo here for Miss here's my resignation. Give my Job pathy of many friends in their bereavement. Kenney, of JeffersonJohn II. Pope. W. P. Graves, alted in speech and writing. This Is Society and the Concordia will Rose Frances marriage will bo Oc- to some poor dovil that needs the vllle, whose Second Ward, a day to live on." $3 not democracy, it Is not civilization, render a fine programme. The con- tober 20. Early Wednesday morning tho William II. Karst. Mr. Claire is of middle age and Charles Mann, and to give official recognition to certs given at St. Michael's are vory the Infant exhibits the real Irish spirit. For- soul of Helen Cormona, Wary Harris, much appreciated and always attract Third Ward, men who stand for such acts is to a good audience. All are invited to Mr. and 'Mrs. James P. Edwards tunately he owns considerable prop- daughter of Emery and Wm. M. Boohcr, W. R. Ward. and children will close, their summer erty and enjoys a profitable Insur- 1019 South Eighteenth street, was uumiuit uie country no a policy tnai come and help a charitable worK. residence at iProspect on November ance business, which relieves him of called to dwell with the angels. The Fourth Ward, tho nation has repudiated time and little one was tho sunshlno of a to their home on the necessity of hard labor. 1 and return Alvin Rosenberg, Jerome King. SIIOUM) HE SUPPRESSED. again. In fact our nation Is a pro-- ! happy home now cast in gloom. The Fourth street. Fifth Ward, funeral took place Thursday aftertest against Just such a policy. This ' WILL PLEASE MAXY. The streets of our city were noon, when the body was tenderly Thomas J. Gnrvey. Is the oplnon of Catholics and B. II. Benson, Mrs. J. D. Mahoney and daughter, at one flooded this week with vulgar and BBBBBBbK laid to rest ln St. Louis cemetery. who were Mahoney, Sixth Ward, Nexf Friday evening at Bentrand time at least our Government, true disgusting handbills announcing the Miss Rob6 James Norton. Mike Leone, an Interesting entertainment to tho traditional policy, held ex- presentation in motion picture form l""Vt;rri,-v-.MHaI- l The funeral of Mrs. Margaret ' " win bQ Slven under tho auspices of Murray, who died Tuesday nighf at Seventh Ward, at the Walnut Theater of "Damaged to tlielr actly the same views." "Logansport. Academy Ho,y Rogary Angela hor homo, 1301 'Hemlock street, ocbeen denounced . Goods." which has Edward J. Parker, T. E. tiawrence. a widespread curred Friday morning by press and pulpit throughout tho from St. nnnl1 and niece. Franceska, Assisted by ,Prof Eighth Ward, Mrs. j country. EXPOSES BRITAIN'S HAND. This Is a drama unfit for. John's church, when requiem mass T. J. Morrow, Jr., Edward White. any young person to witness, ono their home by Ttev. Father Fifth was celebrated Lexington, after a Sts. and dances Schuhmann. Deceased was the beNinth Ward, The following from the Washing- that should close the doors of any verv nleasant invisit with Mrs. J. D. gramme of the of Franco, Germany, England, Ire- loved wife of Richard Murray, to house. There Is no- censorship in Duane, 618 West St. Catherine. M. J. McDcrmott, D. B. Coleman. ton Post Is sure to have the' land and Scotland. The admission wnom a wide circle of friends and THE BEST press demand the recall of Louisville, otherwise this degrading Tenth Ward, $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT twenty-fiv- e cents. Following relatives extend their sympathy. .... show would not be tolerated for a n Jtinnf Hniirtnrl and two w"1 De Albert Steigcr, Ernest Wright. our United States 'Consul Skinner: minuto. It is time for the police to children and Ollss Ethel Wathen, of,'8 Eleventh Ward, "United States Consul General take a hand and suppress pictures Bellvlllo, Ont., will arrive soon to France Air de Marie Antoin call of William A. Spahn to ette, Aux Echo des Bols, Bergerettes, a The earned reward has been the C. J. Fiucgan. John P. Giieb, Robert 'P. Skinner, stationed at that can result only in demoraliza- spend some time with Mrs. well city. The Old French Dance. source of great grief to his many Twelfth Ward, London, bas already directed the tion of the youth of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Germany Liebe, Das friends. Deceased was a brother of , Walnut management has gone altoTreue 1 Wathen. Thomas J. Dolan, Richard D. Whltty attention of President Wilson to the gether too far ln this direction. Gesbrochene Ringleln, O Du Lleber Hon. lAdam Spahn and for many fact, already known to New York FOR STATE SENATOR: years conducted the grocery at Clay Among the recent visitors regis- Augustine. England Tho Proposal; Wrag-gl- and Jefferson streets. merchants, that Britain, while har(Thirty-sevenAGED WOMAX DEAD. Surviving District.) tered at the Knights of Columbus Taggle Gypsies O, Como Lassies him are hs wife and seven children assing American commerce with club rooms in Omaha wero Messrs. 1IITE IIUFFAKER. Long, Long Ago. Mrs. Neutral countries, Is herself pushing years Mary J. Jordan, aged eighty Edwin H. Van Pelt, William J. Petot, and Lads; Tho Little Red Lark, and three brothers and two sisters. FOR OlEPRlBSENTAmLVES: Ireland and one of the oldest residents John E. McDermott and Julius E. Tho funeral was held Tuesday mornher own trade with those very of Bourbon county, died at her home Gap In the Hedge, Irish Mother's ing from St. John's church, which JOHN BRESCHER, 44th District. Zelluch. Hushing Song, Danco Irish Lilt, In Paris last Saturday morning from GEORGE B. BARRETT, 45th. Dist. neutrals to tho limit?" was filled with mourning friends. Song, Boat Scotland Skye ADAM SPAHN, 40th District. "It continues to be .the case," he tho infirmities of age. She Is surJeffersonvllle society circles are All the late and new Styles and Shapes S. WILLIAM J. KUlt, 47th District. Friends and relatives oC Patrolwrltlesr "that many classes of goods, vived by four daughters, Mrs. A. interested In two marriages that will Laird o' Cockpen; Ho, Ro, My Maiden, Bonnie Doon. SIAZYOK O'BRIEN, 48th District. Mackey, Mrs. M. J. Murphy, Mrs. man Henry Strothman, 1115 East can be found here at reasonable prices. Augustine'B at St. bo solemnized exportatou of which from tho painfully ILLTAM A. PERRY, 4l)U District. the Burnetlt avenue, were E. Swearlngen and Miss Sue Jordan, church next week, the contracting KLLIAM T. McNALLY, OOtli Dist. United States to neutral countries all of Paris, and three sons, John parttes being Raymond Fogarty and WILL ENTERTAIN AGAIN. shocked when they learned of his aiv your soys as oaseattoa tbat will prepare thm for llf. tiLIAM M. DUFFY, 51st District. Is attended with great difficulties Jordan, of Lexington; Michael Jor Miss Ruth Osborn and Joe Hochadel death Monday afternoon, following The members of Division 4, A. O. an illness of only three days. Patroland hazards, are going forward dan, of Covington, and D. S. Jordan, and Miss Kathorlne Blesel, all res(FOR MAGISTRATE: years ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE H aro so well pleased with the suc man Strothman was thirty-fiv- e freely from Great "Brtain to the same of Paris. Mrs. Jordan was a devout idents of that city. (Seventh District.) cess of tho part they played as hosts old and had been on tho police force Catholic and was held in high esteem 113 W. Broadway, XoalsvUla, XjJOHN J. O'BRIEN, countries, and In some cases ln by a wido circle of acquaintances. leaves a following the recent general initia- since "May, 1912. M At a "600" party given at the tion, Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. largely increased quantities." FOR CONSTABLE: that at the Tegular meeting, widow, Mrs. Louise Gambert Stroth- Classical, Sclentlflc and Business The tuneral took - place Monday home of Mrs. .Patrick Tracy, 418 (Fourth District) Lars' morning from tho Church of tho An- Illinois avenue, Jeffersonvllle, she Monday evening in Bertrand Hall It man; two daughters, three sisters, Courses, Preparatory Department,Qynaa and his father, Henry Swimming Pool, Well Equipped to have a M. T. KREMER. NEEDED IN MEXICO. nunciation, the Rev. Father announced the engagement of her was decided programme repetition of two brothers Tho funeral took place turn. Terms Moderate. Bra. James, nir. and spread at Strothman. conducting the solemn obse- granddaughter, Miss Anna M. Tracy, the musical Thursday morning from St, ElizaA Washington dispatch says that quies. PROHIBITION IS UNAMERIOAN. to William C, Hanafee, of New Al- the Inst meeting of the division in beth's church. y President John H. place November. DepaTtmenUhas placed an the State bany, tho wedding to take anpolnted nomas Lynch. OWENSRORO. The mot powerful of all argu- Informal request before Count von Wednesday, November 17. MISSION TO EXPAND. James McTighe, L. J. Meany and W. ments against prohibition is that Bornetorff, the German Ambassador, P. McDonogh to arrange the proT. A. Pedley,. of the Owensboro SERMONS IN ENGLISn. Catholics of New York Interested from the history of America there to use his Influence with the German Lodge of Elks, who Is widely known gramme. In caring for homeless men have can be deduced no argument ln favor Government to Interfere in behalf of throughout tho State, has been The mission that opened last Sunmaintained since 1906 the Holy RACK FROM EAST. named member been tit. The American system of gov the Armenians ln Turkey. Ohl of threeasbya the Grand of a committee day at St. Anthony's church hasmorna tem- the purpose. The new building will Name Lodge officials largely attended at both the The Very 'Rev. T. L. Crowley, O. porary Mission, which has Fathers have a chapel and large recreation ernment and the American theory of consistency! The Armenians' ln of the Elko for the revision of the home at 319 Bowery. beP., prior of 8t. Louis Bertrand'a devotions. rooms ln which men may spend their Individualism are antagonistic to Turkey are Christians, but what charter, Mr. Pedley, as well as the ing and evening by Fathers It is Austin, church, this city, and the Rev, Rafter and Murphy, in charge of this evenings. ing conducted will prohibition. One or the other must about he inhab Rants of MexJeo? two other members of the committee, Fridolln and Bede, from Bt. Francis Father C. Christmas, Trior of St. mission, now announce a campaign one of the Airy dormitories of be main features the many thousands Monastery. Syracuse. There will be Rose Washington to provide funds for a new building. building. The mission last year proiln Convent fail. The power of knowledge has The United .States Government Js at was chosen from the It is not announced how much tho for .mliAn of Ameriea. To the point of reoognizng Carranza, of Elks In the United States. This is no chantre in the Tiours .b.aaI the ex- - I county, have returned from a vaca - new project will cost, but nothing vided free lodging for 15,360 men. been the relianoe one the highest honors .l..... J.. .!.. 4t. mjvhA nwuiw, ., While in Washi tion and trls East. 'mo una It gave away 12,520 meals and a foree to pro- - wbo aaa shut all tfee Christian considered on aofmember of the or- - I erctm uuiiiigwill b abandon education preached is I ington they attended a meetfng of short of a modern fireproof building clothed 3,660 mea. conferred the sekwons ' Domlakan pasters. at least .six stories high will serve I Bngltoh. aote temperance is tolly. The churehoe, tortured aid murdered or gkBlsatlea. .wtfreytaUCoaaaafeatloai th. KtWTUCigf HUSH AMCTJCArU-2- Let us dry our tears now, laddie, St. Paul's parish, this city, an if Let us put aside our woes; the Louisville diocese sustained a severe loss Tuesday morning when Let us go and talk to daddy, tho Rev. Father Thomas A. York For I'm sure that daddy knows. Let us take him what we've broken, Bo it heart or hope or toy, And the talo may bide unspoken, flBsHSSBBBsVSBflHssBsssssssBssKSNAi For he used to be a boy. Ho has been through all tho sorrows Of a lad at nlno or ten; Ho has seen tho dawn of morrows When the sun shone bright again, His own heart has been near break- CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the standard prodnctions, historic, dramatic and comic. msB , " ' IM ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION CATHOLIC CHURCH LEBANON, OCTOBER 17 I SOCIETY. I - Earners at the ffty-nin- I self-respe- s ct 11 Vi " Pan-Americ- an I ,,.iiAi , VHTXTr''hr gj SeesTf , I ohe' ' 1 'Post-Offi- ce Canty-Yagl- i- u;"'. I ,,, I , e, , I Irish-Americ- an f er I I n. LioApiu Ton-year-o- ld Raw-lelg- h. GERMAN BANK . IMWillfliSIII frSjBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBRZaBasi'VjrlElBtn ,,,. I ntra A . S2 folk-son- gs and Market - pro-Engli- i I I "r?S,ne: Cor-cora- e, th firnmnl Nut-Bro- - De-Bru- yn Hen-ness- noma u XCKWCOrXJOJKl'V iNoxt month, November, the saddest rnorith of all the year, is so!) of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly Readers aside by tho Catholic church for urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements prayers for those who have passed away. The terrible war in Europe, they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readand the passing of fair October, the ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. month of crimson and golden hillside, remind us of the faot that soon ACCESSORIES AUTOMOBILE SHALE BRICK tho trees will wave aloft their Dletrlbutora Of MADE BY branches to the mournful accomCoral Rldgo Clay Products Co. paniment of the first winds of winFEDERAL TIRES ter. November Is fitly set. aside by are the VULCANIZING the Catholic church ob a special BEST BRICK MADE IN FALLS CITV VULCANIZING CO. time of commemoration ifor the deJEFFERSON COUNTY 1101-0- 3 East Broadway Bldg. parted ones who have gone before Sales Office; 1010 FREE SERVICE j us. But first, amidst the radiant Home Thone Shawnee 1724 glory of completed harvest time, she CELEBRATED P. I. BURKS & COMPANY holds solemn fpBtival in honor of EXTRA BRAT WURST (INCORPORATED.) those of her sons who have already WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS MANUPACTUKKRS OF obtained the crown of their labors. X.. P. BORNWASSEK 00. PIANO PLAYERS The feast of All Saints, as It were, Incorporated 923 GEIGEIt STREET of the year Modern riayer Built In Your Own Fiano, closes the festival Borne Phone 1802 and 377 rianos and Piano rlayers Repaired and Tuned paying tribute to those who have Cumb. Phone Main 877 8 West Walnut, Louisville already arrived on tho eternal ABg TOPH PEAXER POB IT shores, and at the same time holding up the glorious hope of eternal ENGRAVERS recompense to those of her children who are yet fighting the battle of 2121 Osage Avenue BCHLICII ENGRAVING COMl'AM' the years. There is still another ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS GUARANTEED pop 'Ion of her triune kingdom the ELECTROTYPERS $2.00 PIANO TUNING 82.00 vast, sad, suffering Tealm of purga REPAIRING. Louisville, Ky ac W. Main St., tory. The holy souls have indeed Phone Shawnee 1253 come to their November. Mournful Home Phone City G674 Is tho wall of those imprisoned "SOUTHERN STAR" THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. ones: "Have pity, at least you, my friends! You, whom 1 havo known, SLICED BACON INCORPORATED with whom I have worked, you who Griddlo in tho "All Ready for Your Distillers Of belong to my own land, to my city, to Morninc" my own household, havo pity!" And OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE over on tho still air Is borne the "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. refrain "havo pity!" until it dies Ky. away in a sob of silence. When tho Louisville, (Incorporated.) 528 W. Main St. November of our own lives comes CASKETS AND PLTOHJING AND HEATING CON how we shall rejoice that we reTRACTORS lieved these holy souls, for they will UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. II. W. NEWMAN surely not forgot us In our hour of (Wholesale Only.) Contracting Englneor, Steam and suffering. When most of all we shall need tho help of true friends Hot Water Heating and NATIONAL CASKET CO., Sanitary Plumbing those liberated spirits will plead for Incorporated us, for Jt is written: "(Give and it Homo Office: 440 Second Street Magazine Street. Eleventh and LOUISVILLE. KY. shall bo given to you. Good measure and pressed down, and shaken HOME KILLED MEATS together and running over, shall they A. L. GUNN give into your bosom. For with the FAIR MEAT MARKET BAKER AND CONFECTIONER STATE samo measure that you shall meto, A Full Lino of Fancy Groceries withal it shall be measured to you ICE CREAM again." Both Phones SI Per Gallon, All Flavors Call and Give Us An Order RAVAGES OF DIVORCE. 1104 South Seventh Street WE SELL FOR CASH Phone City C574 All thoughtful men who value the CO. S Christian faith are beginning to R. JEUNESSE realize the frightful evils that must Receivers and Shippers of Hay and inevitably befall society if tho dire Grain. Manufacturers of Shur-Pleplague of divorce, with all the nameBUILDING CONTRACTOR Poultry and Stock Feeds less sins leading to It and springing Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed from It, be nllowed ito continue its 810 YORK STREET Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo ravages. Many an earnest writer Incubators and Brooders Louisville, Ky. nnd many an eloquent voice, even In Phone South 1753 LOUISVILLE, KY. press and pulpit, the have lately deplored this crying evil. In tho eyes of the true ChrisARTISTIC PRINTING tian tho abominable system of is scarcely more horrible FIRST CLASS WORK The Place Where Old Clothes Are than the system of divorce; for it Made to Look Like Now." Glvo This Office Your Next Order is hardly more shameful to have many wives at once than to have SPALDING DRY CLEANING CO 317 W. GREEN ST. several in succession, while tho first, Telephone City 946 PHONES 1887. to whom fidelity unto death was sworn, is still alive. Intcr-South. JCjfitlSJHC BtdOEORXCXAJE?. URGES CATHOLIC WEEK. Rev. Father Garesche, editor of tho O.ueen'8 Work, proposes once again that excellent plan which has been so successfully carried on in Europe, the holding of ithe Catholic week, at which all of our Catholic societies could have fhelr separate conventions and at the same time might join togothor in well arranged mass meetings and social features, and prepare a definite programme for during the ensuing year. Tho editor calls (this Catholic week a convention of conventions and says In part,: "Present day conditions cry out for Catholic action. But to act effectively we must somehow come together. iHow Btranen thnt. niioti nn obvious fact so easily escapes even tho Organization has becomo a word to conjure with. But what organization can effect organizations Mn uriallv hlnrinf HVVio... Is a virtue In the singular may become a vice In tho plural. Too many organizations bring the samo effect as none at all thov iIIvIHa nmi ,iio. slpate our forces. Why should we noc nave a convention of all our various conventions? There are difficulties of course. "Our ennmles will accuse us of combining to run tho State.' So they do now. Bu: wo shall hardly further our best interests bV Consilium? Mm ivlcfino if our enemies. 'The dignity and Importance of it'ho various organizations will become ony secondary.' So ithey are secondary. Is the church for their benefit? Or are they for the benefit of the church? 'There will be conflict and confusion.' To be sure unless there is good planning and management. 'But why can not wo manage well A general programme, due allowance for the interests of the separate conventions, well arranged mass (meetings, social features these things can readily be achieved and will ensure success. It neods only a little yielding of unessential personal preferences, a llttlo merging of sectional and local interest to assure this convention of conventions a singular success. It will make powerfully for unity,- and will bring our Catholic folk truly together," serious-minded. - RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS NOVEMBER. SOCIETY DIRECTUM'. A. O. H. DIVISION 1. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lledcr-kran- z Hall, Sixth and Walnut. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcement) they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. THEO. BAKERY Clancy. President Mark Ryan. Vice President William Cushlng. Secretary Financial Edward WOLF SOMETHING NEW Recording Secretary James P. Carry. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. DIVISION a. Meets AND CONFECTIONERY (Fad Saving Device) Vapor ItoKteg ICE CREAM J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. Home Phone Shawnee 1914 Steam and Hot Water Special. Prices to Lawn Fetes and 111 N. THIRD STREET Picnics. Twenty.slxtli and Portland Avcnuo Home Phone 784 6 Cumb. M. 1592 HctJj JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER nnd PACKER WAGON OR VAN THOS. J. BR0DERI0K 4392-- J 1000-100- HORNUNG Keaney. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Joseph Lynch. Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. Recording Socrotary John T. Secretary Edward J. Hel-lo- n. First Wednesday Liederkranz PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Phone City 2225 West Walnut Street PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home 'Phone Shawnee 1986 HENRY SCHUH 1103 South Seventh Street Home Telephone 2147 Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries Meat and Vegetable Market Fine Teas and Coffee Butter a Specialty ARTHUR A. WILL 1000 Zano Street Home Phone 119J Financial Kelran. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Hannan. John P. Hollenbach's Wine House KARL A. HOLLENBAOH, Proprietor Importer and Dealer la WINES AND LICJUORS 144 South Third Street DIVISION 3. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hibernian Homo, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President John M. Maloney. Vice President Matt J. O'Hrien. CHARLES WILLMAN PLUMBER Home Phono City 1396 1204 Recording Secretary Killeen. slon, Thomas Hes- Kale- - BUILDER 2431 Financial Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Jr. John J. Martin Montgomery Street 1010 D. J. Dougherty. Homo Phone Shawnee WM. ISGRIGG West Market Street B. H. BUETER her. Sentinel Thomas Noone. SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR DIVISION 4. Meets. Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan. Recording Secretary John J. Barry. Treasurer Pat Connelly. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far rell. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Y. M. 4105 Henry Street Homo Phono, Shawnee 1383-- SURGEON VETERINARY HORSE SHOEING 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET Home Phone, City 2365 Cumb. S. 981 Home, City 981 L. 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS MANUFACTURERS MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET CONFECTIONER AND CATERBSft Weddings and Parties Gives Special Attention Charles Wolf, Manager SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT BANK Louisville Made Furnaces 210-22- 2 S. Ninth St. Home Phone City 2542 RITTER-UENNING- I. VALUABLE ADDITION. O. F. BENDER ez non-Cathol- ic Mor-monis- m PRANK FEHR BREWING CO UmjCSPORaTED FATHER 1JISCIIOFF 1HJR1ED. Rev. Father Anthony BIschoff, C. P., was stricken with hemorrhage on Wednesday of last week at the Passlonlst Monastery on the New-bur- g road, and on Sunday morning passed to his eternnl reward. His funeral took placeir;r.uesday morning, when tho remains were interred in the Passlonlst burial plat. Father BiEChoff was ordained two years ago in St. Louis and came to Louisville hlstprlc family papers. These families are descendent from iKIng Robert of (Navarre and are among the very oldest pioneer families of Michigan, their ancestors having settled there during the reign of Louis JV., when Detroit was only a trading post In giving these papers to Notre Dame these families reta.n Marshal 'Harry Alberta. the right forever for themselves and Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. their families Ito have free access to Pfelf-feOutside Sentinel Harvey them. These records are considered of sufficient value at Notre Executive Committee Frank G. Damo to be recorded as a seperate Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank collection. They will be known as Geller, A. W. Andriot, John R. "Tho McLaughlln-Mlrnn-tetiColIec-tlo- n Barry. r. te MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixtPresident John J. Lynn. First Vlco President John W. Murphy. Second Vice President Martin P. Schadd. Treasurer George J. Thornton. Financial Secretary A. C. Link, Recording Secretary William G. Bucket. h. The MaLaughlln and Mlrantetto families, of Sturgis and Mendon, Mich., have Just turned over to Rev. Paul Folk, Ph. ID., librarian of N6tre Dame University, all their JERSEY DAIRY Ico Cream Manufacturer Special Prices to Churches and Picnics Both Phones First and College Streets Fourth and Central Avenue Interest Paid On Time Deposits We Solicit Your Business MmmwvuwwiwMvumwiUHWvmuMuiwuuvuwwi HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. of and the circumstances under which Archbishop Hanna will be Invested with it will make the ceremonies tinlauo. A Pontifical maun will Tin celebrated as part of the. ceremonies In tho Cathedral by the Right Rev. Joseph S. Glass, Bishop of Salt Lake Ulty. CENTENARY AT LEBANON. the Michigan 'Historical Society, have sought to obtain possession of Among these valuable documents. I America." the Catholic Other collectors, notably Archives of 822 Bast Metiia Street. VkVVwVVVVVVf WWi 4 i 4 V 111 ,H-M"H- . t last February. the papers are legal documents, letters of missionaries, Government with lnd'an documents dealing lands and with the removal of tho Indians beyond the Mississippi, and a transfer of land to one Peter Godfroy from the Indians signed by President Andrew Jackson. WEXFORD MAN ADMIRAL. I DOUGHERTY & Funeral Directors Cumb. Main 290S-a McELLIOlP and Embalmers,;; Homo City 200S , 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, FORTY HOURS. Commencing: with the high mass tomorrow mornlns (tho annual devotion to the iBlessed Sacrament. known as the Forty Hours, will take place at St. iPhlllp Nerl church. Tho services will last throughout three uavs till Tuesday evening, when they will conclude with a Bolemn proces sion. In which the children of tho parish and members of the city clergy will participate. 4 Brewers and Bottlers X.OUIS"VXL,IiB, KY. A EUCHRE AND LOTTO. card party will be given next Wednesday afternoon and evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Butler, at St. Matlthews, for the benefit of the new iHoly Trinity church there. A feature will be the country supper that will bo served. Those from the city should take the Interurban cars to (Beechwood Gate. LEXINGTON. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE I 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL C(tfs INCORPORATED There was quite PHONE CITY 859. Cumb. Phone West 191 Members of St. Joseph's congregation were painfully shocked when KTCOXPO RATED they learned that Prof. George Joseph Roemele, veteran ortho speech. ganist of St. Joseph's church, East Washington street, had been found CONFIRMATION. dead in bed early Sunday morning at his home, 939 street. SoM at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, escelteatea- The Right Rev. Bishop O'Donag-hu- e Roemele playedCharlesthe last Prof. for visited All Saints' church at Saturday night at benediction oftime " " the QRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. Tnylor8vllle week, and on Blessed Sacrament this hold at the Thursday administered the sacra- church and made all arrangements ment of class that the choir again JOHN B. FRANK had beenconfirmation to a the Rev to leadSunday morning. at the high prepared by mass Ho Fabian, C. P. Rev. CletuB as usual Saturday night and TOtired Father shortly Brady, C. P., was assistant to the after 4 o'clock his daughter, Mrs. Bishop, and priests from the surhis rounding country took part in tho Jacob Finck, with whom ho made bed. home, found him lifeless In exercises. Prof. Roemele enme to Louisville from Germany when a young man CONSISTORY. and for a number of years taught the older boys In St. Joseph's school. 512 CLAY . 508, 510 Late reports are that there is lit- He was also a composer, having tle doubt but that a consistory will written several masses that won high TELEPHONE 2W LOUISVLXiIjE!. be held about Christmas time if praise. His funeral was held neace is in sight, for His Holiness" Wednesday morning from St. JoPope Benedict XV. has high places seph's, with burial in St. Michael's to fill in the Sacred College, places cemetery. that are formally filled only at one cf these great meetings of the Senate ROSARIES COLUMRUS MONUMENT. of the church,. But at present few SCAPULAR MEDALS speak of a consistory in Rome. A handsome monument of Christopher Columbus, executed In Italy, Sect oar Hew bcrek, "Haw te Get RECEIVE THE PALLIUM. NORTON BUILDING and of pure white Italian marble, at Ma.ried." a cost of several thousand dollars, Tomorrow at San Francisco the was offlrlnllv riarilrafori In Vnraat N.W.Crner Fwrth and Jeffersiv Every Devatieaal Article here. pallium will be conferred upon Hie Hill Park, Camden, N. J., on Colum-- 1 N treabla ta skew ie&ds. Grace Archbishop Edward J, Hanna bus day. The site on which the IiOVK HOLY NAME. event monument rests is in the central part Church Goods Co. Tbe Arehdloeeean Union Holy at St,beMary's Cathedral. Thein the of an historic Incident will the the Name Society of New York has a Catholic ahurch. The pallium! is the Italian park and was donated to elty "t Catholic society by the S. FOURTH AVE. nu&berahip of 76,000. Insignia of oflwe of an. Archbishop, C Camfea. il et WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beerse , the celebration held Tuesday night LOUISVILLE. KY. at tho Auditorium under the auspices of Lexington Council, where Hon. Timothy Hogan, former At Home Phone SffiS torney General of Ohio, was the principal speaker. Medals for the best essay on Christopher Columbus written by a pupil of the Lexington public schools were presented to Miss Louise E. Dwyer, of tho High School, and Miss Lucy Estes, of the Maxwell-streschool. Adjt. Gen. J Tandy Ellis made the presentation a general ob of Columbus day at Lexing and a great audience shared In The centenary celebration and consecration of St. Augustine's" church at Lebanon begins tomorrow and will continue through Monday and Tuesday. The celebration will be marked by religious and civic exercises and will make the centennial an historical event in the life of St. Augustine's church and in the annals of this diocese. Ample provision has been made for the com- fort and accommodation of all vis-- , irors. a special tram will leave the Tenth-strestation tomorrow morning at 7 o'clock and will carry a large crowd. Monday morning the church will be consecrated by the Right Rev. Bishop Chartrand, of Indianapolis, and at the high mass Bishop O'Donnghue will administer the sacrament of confirmation. Many mted clergymen will be present during the colebration nnd sermnnn will be preached by the iRev. S. J. Kearns, S. J,, of .Mobile; Right Rev. E. L. Spalding, of Alton; Rev. William J. Howlett, of Loretto; Rev. John T. O'Connor, of Louisville; Rev. J. J. Abell, of St. John; Rev. William P. Hogarty, of New Haven; Rev. C. P. Raffo, of LoulBvllle, and tho Very Rev. V. F. O'Danlel, O. P., of Washington. At the laymen's celebration tomorrow afternoon addresses will Bold-ric- k bo delivered by Judge Sam and Dr. Irvine Abell, of Louis- ville, and W, W. Spalding, of Wash- et Sir David Beatty has been promoted to bo a Vice Admiral in the British navy. He is only forty-fiv- e years old, the youngest man over to reach .th'tt rank. Lady jBeatty was Ethel Field, daughter of the late Marshall Field, of Chicago. Sir David was born In County Wexford, Ireland. CONSECRATION. BOTH PHONES. j4....X,4.4..:..I..l..:..l...Mia"Ii4',,HIH'W"WliH"it , ! I'GRAN W. SMITH'S SON-AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Tho consecration of tho Rev. Anthony J. Schuler, S. J., as first Bishop of tho new diocese of El Paso, Texas, will take place In the Denver Cathedral on October 28. Bishop Matz will be the consecrator and Bishop Granjon, of Tuscon, nnd Bishop McGovern, of Cheyenne, tho MADE ITS MARK. One hundred and seven years ago the first (Bishopric of Bardstown, now Louisville, was rthe only one in tho West, tho entlro State of Illinois being under fts charge. From tin's diocese has grown some of the larg- Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET. THE ! $1.00 BOX DELUXE est In this country. I HINTS ON STYLE. Fox furs are popular. Yokes are again. In fashion. Gabardine Is .again a leading value obtainable. (our Saturday Special is the most remarkable Flower Otlier BOXES DE LUXE at $2.00 aad $3.00. Conponn with tivery pur chase. Place Your OrdarS Friday fer Delivery Satnrday. MONUMENTS Ington, D. C. AGED ORGANIST DEAD. WALTERS' and Clay Street Brewery STREET. KX First Communion Books FRED ERHART ARCHITECT fabric. Beaver Is much liked for trimming purposes. Sojree, the new American silk, Is finding quick fayor. Velvets are being used In extravagant quanltltles. The Jumper stylo of bodice Is still employed effectively. Muffs are leaning toward tho round and melon shapes. Efforts to bring into vogue ' the longer skirt have failed. pinafore A revival of tho for children is imminent. Tulle seems to fill a long-fe- lt want in the world of women's clothes. Crepe de chine Is a faorite material for elaborate coverlets for tho boudoir. have American manufacturers made rapid strides this year and are turning out most admirable stuffs. The' handsome llngerlo children's frocks that wo used Ito get from France are now coming from the north and west of Ireland, old-tim- JACOB SCHULZ CO. Markers and Mausoleums, INCOKPOHATED THE FLOWERS SHOP AT SSO S. FOURTH AVENUE. Send for our illustrated design and prices. Large and new stock to select from all high class work. r e H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embaimers. CIO JFEfHR AVRIVUIS Telaaneae 16i2. New Muldoon Monument Ct. . 652 South Third G2Kh St- - Holiday BOBHIBR, 561 S. Sbelby, Near Cheotenf WATCHES, DIAMONDS, Reserved oh Fm Payment. JEWUY Everything jruarantfed Watcbanl jewelry repairlog a specialty. HERRMANN HUSKIER! BROS. LHlOOtSL Km-tucfey CHEESE BALLS. make a quart and add two sour apples, peeled and sliced. iPut two tableepoonfuls of butter into a saucepan and when hot add the cabbage and apples. tAdd enough water to cover and cook until tender. Sprinkle with two tablespoonfuls of in hot "butltor, flour, season with salt and pepper, add four tableepoonfuls of brown r CABBAGE WITH APPLES. sugar and (two tabl&epoonfuls of j Shred fine enough cabbage to vmegar and serve not. cups grated One and one-ha- lf one tablespoonful flour, cheeee, whites of three eggs, satt, pepper, cracker dust. Beat the whites of the eggs, add the other ingredients, make into balls, roll In cracker dust Fry FINE WINES AND Distillers and Wholesale Deal. ers In Flnwit Barnds af Whiskies, specially. Rogers Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. 1143." . 254 S 8 i o I J&n&J&rXTJOI?Sr IRISH COMING 22 AJS6CEJXOAJSPm V Euchre and lotto at tecord of the Most Important of What They Have Been St Ann's school hall, Seventh and the Past Week General the Recent Events Culled Davles, afternoon and evening. News Notes. From Exchanges. October 28 Euchre and lotto for benefit of Miss Jennie Giles at Trinity Council Hall. We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. . . .. . October za isucnre ana iouo, Division 3 will meet next Monday P. Haydon wrote Ito tho Baltin-glas- s afternoon and evening, In Bertrand evenintr Rural A REPRESENTATIVE LINE OF - position as. Council resigning his WE CARRY MMillABftx nnnntv. . Vans., , has fontv- - Hall, for benefit of St. 'Louis BerRate Colleotor. church- Stowantstown is now lighted by two'"'-''divisions of the Ladles' 4 Euchre and lotto electricity. The scheme Is under tho November Mary, M. J. Mullen, of Division 4, who at Sisters of Mercy Hall, afternoon direction of the Tyrone County Council. has been 111 at the hospital, Is recov- and evening. At Tuam Walter J. O'Kelly, ering rapidly. February 1G Carnival at Trinity Knockavannlo, was elected "Clerk of President Mark Ryan, of Division Council club house for one week. Petty Sessions for Tuam and n 1, is always active In the affairs of districts. AT REASONABLY LOW PRICES. tho county board. AMERIGAN CHRONOLOGY. Very iRev. Father Soden, Knock-nlnnCleveland has taken up tho moveClilldrcn's Rosaries; each 19c, Rosarlo; priced at, each 50c, has been appointed to n ment for the amalgamation of the , 10c Nc 15c and 2Gc, 16c and ,ln succession to Ithe late divisions in that city. Very Rev. C. Flynn. Gold Filled Kosarlcs; guaran- Way of tho Cross Rosaries; Many new members are coming. Timely Record of Some Momor- ,115c teed for 20 years; each $3.00, Tho Coleralno Guardians have ap- In nearly each Into the Ladles' Auxiliary able Events in the Catholic $1.75 pointea ur. s. J. iBolton, J. P., $2.50, $2.00 and every locality In Ohio. Messed Sncranicnt Beads? Kllrea, to To dispensary medical History of America. At the meeting of Division 3 Mon8c Sncred Heart Manual; priced each . . officer for Aghadowey. 23c day night the date of the quarterly at 50c and Tho death has occurred at the Rosary of tlio Seven Dolors; meeting will be announced. ,10c Men's Vest Pocket Prayer Convent of IMercy, Carndonagh, of each By James A. Rooney, LL. D. When the national officers visit 50c and... 25c Books, $1.00, 76c, Mother 01. Joseph Brooklyn they will witness the iri- October 10, 1846 Death at Phila- Rev. iFather Carr, "Carr, sister of Rosary of tho Fivo Wounds; Dublin. 10c Clilldrcn's Prayer Books; each Ittatlon of 200 now members. each delphia of Thomas Penn Gaskell, The Carlow Rural Coucll has re25c 35c and Mrs. Mary McWhorter has been years; second son ceived sanotlon of the appointment aged fifty-on- e Gold Filled Rosaries; ten and Key of Heaven; priced at, . fifteen years Kuaranteo; each of Peter Penn Gaskell, of Penn on probation for a period of three State President of tho Illinois Ladles . . ouc 7oc;eacn, ?i.uu, duc anu Auxiliary for seventeen years. county, Pa., months of James Curry as sanitary SI. 00 and Hall, Montgomery, grandson of Willand great-greThe National Hibernian Insists LnmpF, See our line of Statues, Crucifixes, Bibles, Shrine iam Penn; convortod to Catholicity that It Is the duty of members to Alt a meeting of tho Candlesticks, Scapular Medals, etc. by the iRev. E. J. Sourln and bap- Council Mr. McCabe, Ardee Rural send their children to tho parochial Knockaleva, tized December 30, 1844. schools. was unanimously a member President McLaughlin October 11, 1841 Cornerstone of of Ithe council in succession to Peter NatlonnI original Church of St. Vincent de Maguire, resigned. escorted by State and national offiEDW. A. AXMAN cers, will soon make a tour of Now HOME PHONE CITY 3238 Paul, Canal street, New York, laid DAN J HBNNESSY At the meeting of the County York State. by M. de la. Foret, French Consul; Klldaro Insurance Commissioners Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. site bought for $6,000 by tho Michael iFitzsimmons, Brooklyn Hibernians havo begun Nass, was reRight Rev. De Forbln Janson, unanimously preparations for their nnnual Chairman Bishop of Nancy, France; church ror tho coming year, union and reception, which takes placo January 25. dedicated February 21, 1842; reJohn Brennan, (Bennettsburgh, was moved to present location on West badly injured while engaged in feed Motion pictures of 'Irish industries' Twenty-thir- d street, in 1857; ing a steam threshinc machine. Both were a feature of an Interesting first pastor the Rev. Annet Lafort, hands got caught In the machinery meeting of Division 4 at S. P. M., in charge until his death, and were badly damaged. (His con St. Paul on Monday night. January 7, 1,875. dition Is critical 425 W. Jefferson Street National President McLoughlln UPSTAIRS STORE. Alexander OIcGahoy, while cycling advises that divisions mako their October 12, 1874 Death of the along tho shore road from Bangor to Interesting, and meetings more Right Rev. Francis Patrick thereby lessen suspensions. third Bishop of Hartford, Donaghadeo was shot by a sentry, o paid no Conn.; born In Franklin, Pa., .April who claims that McGahoy The divisions In Montreal are all .BBBBBa. Good Coffee Morning Necessity 16, 1819; ordained May 18, 1845; aweniion to his challenge. His con active and are planning for enter' St. Patrick's dltlon is critical. in consecrated tainments and gatherings that will iRev. Thomas O'Doherty, for twen- church, (Providence, R. I., March Increase their membership. You'll find that MuIIoj'j Coffei Is JUST what W want years in Sesslaghoneel, has 14, 1858. 2 of Washington, of Division been presented with a beautifully which 'Patrick J. Haltlgan Is Presi- October 13, 1829 Cornerstone of Illuminated 2 1.2 lbs. Now Blend Coffee with address by the ladles of Siiecinl Rebate Tiokot, ftood for lOo dent, has been meeting with success second St. Mary's church, Albany, tho Sacred Heart In Its canvass for new members. trade in N. Y., laid, corner of Chapel and uonaghmore parish. .Sodality of tho Pino streets; replaced the first The Hibernians of Suffolk county neighborhood Tlio Malloy man is in your At have gono to work io raise $10,000 church in Albany built In 1797; uoara aormeeting of the Clogher every week Phone u nnd have him call. uuardlans and iRural Disof the nafor the entertainment third St. Mary's (present church) trict Council a resolution of contional convention at Boston next built by tho Rev. Clarence A. Wal- dolence was passed In cnnnpntinn 1 I July. JKJS: worth, a convert and son of tho with the death of Francis Moehan, a W. MARKET ST. County President Boylan has been last Chancellor of tho State of Now mciiiuor BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 oi .ino uoara very active among tho Brooklyn Tork. Tho (members of St. Olary's Cath &&$$,&$&$&$&$&$&$4Q4 divisions and believes tho order will October 14, 1902 Government of olic iMeoaiewom Guild, advance greatly during the coming Mexico ordered by The Hague havo passed a resolution Buncrana, expressing winter. ? Tribunal to pay to the United regret at tho loss rfhey have susWith a reception and elaborate States the sum of $1,420,G&2.67, tained through the transfer to supper at the Sowles Hotel the annuity of Donnyloop of Rev. F. Fox. and a perpetual Ladles' Auxiliary of Lebanon, Ohio, tho $43,050.99 in trust for Tho Pope has Bishops and Archbishops of Cali- Thomas iListon, annolntni fh celebrated the addition of fifteen Shanagolden, on the new members. In settlement of the Pious fornia nomination of Olost IRev. Dr. Archbishop Hanna, of San FranFund. " O'Dwyer, to the canonry cisco, pays glowing trlbuto to tho October 15, 1826 Death at Iber (ho elevation of tho Very vacated by Rev. C. Hibernians as loyal sons - of the We're Prepared to Do It Promptly year, MoNamiara to the Deanory of 'Limville, 'La., In his eighty-firchurch, true American citizens and a erick. of Father Paul de St. Perre, Style. and in First-Clas-s patriotic Irishmen. German.,,Carmellte, once chaplain Tho death of tho Rov. James Kilgallen or a State President in Rochambeau'B army and later Inniskeen, Is much regretted. missionary in Maryland and Ken- He was for many years parish priest member of the Stato Board will visit every County Board In Pennsylvania tucky; pastor at ilborvllle since of Currln, near Clones, where he was In an offort to increase the Pennsyl1804. much Tevered. He was a native of vania membership. of Cooneen 16, 1832 (Dedication October district, near County Vice President John M. Father Gallltzlu's log chapel at Maloney was given a rising vote of Loretto, Pa., under the patronage Patrick Brady, (Boyle, was killed thanks by the members of Division of &U Uoseph, by the Right (Rev. whllo cycling. He had attended a 4 for his assistance in drilling the Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, 'Francis Kenrlck, Bishop of Phila- meeting of the Rural Council at degree team at the recent Initiation. delphia, who also administered Boyle, and was returning homeward Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Itho sacrament of confirmation. when, on a steep hill, ithe brakes of The policy of amalgamation does the machine gave way and he was not meet with approval In PennDance and Wedding Invitations SURPRISE STENGEL. dashed against a wall. sylvania. The Stato officers declare (Rev. Thomas McCusker, who was that policy lessens our strength and a Specialty. tFred "Kaiser" Stengel, the pop- born at Ballyreagh, County Fermanthat alliance, not amalgamation, Is ular Captain of the 'Phoenix Bowling agh, thirty-tw- o years ago, died at real Hlbernlanism. HOME PHONE 946. Tho Middlesex County Board of Club, was presented with a handsome West Wyalong, in the diocese of gold watch charm Thursday evening Goulburn. Ho had been educated tho Ladles' Auxiliary, meeting at Medford, Mass., voted to give tho in- at a little gathering of bowlers held for the priesthood at Carlow, and mates of the Working Boys IHomo a at Dedden's, Thirteenth and Broad- ordained about five years ago at Thanksgiving day dinner, ithelr cus- way. The charm was a gift of his Thurles. bowling friends and .the speech of tom for years past. With reference to a proposal to 319 WB8T GRBBN STHBBT. iMrs. Mary WoWhorter, who heads presentation was made by Attorney sell certain cottages in tho Donegal the Ladles' Auxiliary Irish History A. F. Martin. Mr. Stengel was so district, the Distrlot Council reCommittee, will address a public overcome that he had, to draft a sub- ceived a communication from tho stitute speaker to reply for him. meeting under the auspices of the Local Government Board suggesting Auxiliary 'County iBoard at Indianthat inquiries Bhould be made as to SODAKiITV CLUB MINSTRELS. t apolis next Thursday. whether suitable agricultural laborThe Hibernians of Portland, Ore., ers could not be obtained as tenants Tomorrow night at St. Martin's if the rents of tho cottages were furhad a large class initiation in their On account Hall, Shelby and Gray, tho St. Mar- ther reduced. Tho council exnressori now hall last Sunday. present a uio opinion of tho excellent financial condition tin's Sodality Club will mat no tenants would of the order tho banquet was free to urTxce!?eenaund' but members and visitors. programme has been arranged. Tnose The most popular cooking device in who will have part in the show are REVISION NEEDED. ST. PETER'S. Messrs. CLeo Krebs, Carl Kemp, the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, Theo. A. Schmoll, Simon Schwalk, bakes perfectly and consumes the least The tax amendment to be voted Edw. Dolllnger, Al Kaiser, Joseph Under tho auspices of the St. on at the Novembor election is endo Paul Society an interesting possible amount of gas. Otto dorsed 'by all classes of citizens re- Holzknecht, Tom v. KJodecker, T?nir Iecturo and concert will take place in Merre, gardless of party affiliations, as tho Ernst. R. Reh. It is made to last. r, platforms of the throe principal Klapheke Joseph Foldkamp, J. Garland, on Sunday evening, October Geo. Koeltz, Andrew Hardt, 24, at 7:30 o'clock. The political organizations clearly indiConcordia Joseph Kehl and Ben Flhe. Arthur Singing Society will render cate. All political partes favor rethree Becker will be .the accompanist and numbers. As the meeting Is to form In tho tax laws and this Is one Issue on which 'all agree: Every musical director. , create interest in the St. Vincent do voter should voto "yea" for tho bax Paul Conference of St Peter's par 215 WEST MARKET STREET. IIAND PAINTED PRIZES amendment aa no reform is possible ish there will be no admission without Its adoption no matter which charged and the public is Invited. There will be a euchre and lotto party wins. The present law is unCumb. South OCO-Hem. City 3101 just to tho small home owner, who given by the friends of the Sisters FOOTBALL. GAME. of Mercy at the school hall on East bears the burden of taxation. Broadway, November 3 and 4, after Tho Mackln Council football team & noon and. evening. INSTITUTING COMMANDEUY. will embroidery work will con- Club meet the New Albany Athletic china and INCORPORATKD. eleven tomorrow at Sergeant Major Henry IF. Guckes, stitute the main prizes for this af Spring Bank Park, thoafternoon be game to of the 'First 'Kentucky district, fair. Tho Sisters of Mercy are well callod at 3 o'clock. The tickets of Coal. Quality Knights of St. John, will Institute a known for their artistic work and admission are twenty-fiv- e cents with mew commandery of that great they have been preparing for this ladles free. The Mackln Council at St. IBrlgld's IHall occasion and have a goodly stock team la under the direction of MerOffice and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue Catholic order on Sunday, October 24. Men of all of their flno needlework on hand.' lin iHogan, tho Twin City baseball nationalities who are eligible will The following are in charge of the star, who was also a prominent bo welcomo and aro urged to become arrangements: Edward J. Bosler, member of tho St. Mary's Collego members. Col. Breen and staff will General Chairman: James B. Kelly, football eleven during his term ai Secretary; Jacob Hubbuch, Treas- that Institution. be present to witness Itho urer; Mrs. Ernwlne, euchre; Mrs. James B. Kelly, lotto; Mrs. Nether-lanSOCIETV'S FIRST BIEETING. novelty booth; Mrs. David SACRED HEART RETREAT. Wolsh, candy; Miss Jennie Klrkup, The Holy Name Society of New ' Rev. Falther Cyril, of the Passlon-ls- t Ice cream; Mrs. Hasselwander, res- Albany, organized during the recent Monastery on the Nowburg road, taurant; J. William Klapheke, auspices of the Is conducting a two weeks' mlwlon Chairman of the Press Committee. retreat under the IFIa, iRev Farther Ed- The alumni of the Sisters of Mercy Knights of Columbus, held its first at Pensacola, 713-71- 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET win, of the same order, will tomor- will attend the entertainment In a regular meeting Friday night at :, S. 299s.' Kte,CMy239S. Tililuin- -8 row close a very successful week's body, and their friends are requested St. Joseph's Hall. Judged from tho meeting tho society spirit of John, Hardin county. mission M 4'0 it Mfri Rev. at i9t,Alphonse returned this to give a helping hand. The pro- will havo thelarge membership. Tho a Father ceeds will be devoted to paying for officers are John Pontrich, Presi week from Frederlcktown, 'Waeblng-t- o two Fteam boilers, which are neces- dent; Carl Fengor, Secretary, and county, where he conducted a re- sary for the school, The next meetOrder a. Case of A Case of Good Judgment. treat for" the iRev. Julian IPieters and ing will be held Friday, October 22. Edward Sell mitt, Treasurer. the people of Holy Trinity congregaANOTHER MISSION. tion. WRITES TO SULTAX. 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