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Kentucky Irish American: October 23, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915102301_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: October 23, 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. 17. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. quietly and resulted In a great victory for James C. (Rogers, who won the nomination for Mayor, his nears. est competitor being James L. These two will fight It out In November, with the chances all in favor of Rogers, who possesses Gfrnnd Celebration of St. AugusOf. Late Patrick Ford as to Down- every qualification for the office. For City Commissioners there wore tine's Church Mnkcs Hisfall of the British Biadtcen candidates, tho 'successful tory. Empire. ones being George Land, Judge John Riley, W. m. "McCorkle, James P. Kearns, Harry Schoonmaker, J. M. Bronston, F. G. Obt and C. H. Brenking of English Cuhlnct Wilkerson. From these four will Bishops and Priests and Visitors bo elected In November. From Other Places Take Points to Fulfillment of PROPHECY CENTENNIAL Wat-kjin- musical programmes. 'After tho last mass the clergy wero entertained by tho ladles of tho congregation in the banquet hall of the Masonic Temple. The celebration closed with solemn vespors at 7:30 o'clock and a sermon hy the Very Rev. V. F. O'Danlel, Of P., S. T. M., of Washington, D. C. ! Prediction. Time May Bo at Hand For Punishment of England's Oppression. SIXTY YEARS. Part. Bruchesl, of his sixtieth birthday anniversary on Wednesday. The distinguished prelate enjoys excellent health and seems good for many more years. Archbishop Paul Montreal, celebrated Sacrament of Confirmation Ad-- i ministered by the Bishop of Louisville. liECTURE AND CONCERT. SKETCH OF IRELAND'S FAMINE t v drawal of Premier Asqulth, many ee the demoralization of tho British Empire in the present war, and for the first time In a hundred years John 'Bull is fighting with his back to the wall. Sir Edward Carson, who now shows hknbelf to be a rank quitter, was the former leader of the Ulster opposition to "homo rule In Ireland and distinguished himself by going (to Germany ito intrigue for Kaisor the interference of the against Great 'Britain enforcing its. alMrishi Bchemo of an unpartisan, xnatlve Parliament upon the nation parson claimed to bo his, even Lough ho never accepted ono of Its Ideals. It was at his suggestion that Ulster armed like a country at war for the purpose of opposing home rule, the exportation of arms to that section of Ireland being winked at, while the English troops fired on unarmed crowd In a defenseless, of tlie successful Dublin because landing of arms to the Irish Volunteers. Despite the fact that the Ulster troops were well armed before the present war, they havo never gone to the front, and now their leader, air. Carson, further adds to their disgrace by quitting i under fire. Notwithstanding the paid press clippings and the boasting of the press In this country, it Is very evident and patent to all that England has cut a sorry figure In the present war, and no matter what the outcomo John Bill will have to take a back seat in the congress of Irishmen everywhere and nations. tho average student of history see the fulfilling of tho prophecy of Patrick Ford, tho deceased editor of tho Irish World, who in a letter to Gladstone innn.7 years ago predicted the downfall of England to come as that of ancient Rome. In his famous book, The Criminal History of tho British Empire," Mr. Ford told of tho and cruelty practiced wherever tho flag of England floated; the continued suppression of Ireland's Industry and Its people, legalized robbery In China and control of the opium trade; eighteen English-mad- e famines in India In 100 years; butchery and robbery of the Boers in the Transvaal. Referring to tho throe years' famine In Ireland, Mr. Ford fold how the Irish people perished of hunger In the midst of abundance. In 1848, when tho men of Galway town, driven out from their houses by the cries of their hungry little ones, offered to lay hands on the products of their own soil, they were shot down like dogs, and when the United States ship Constellation sailed Into Ireland v'th American food for Its perishing people she saluted four English ships laden with Trlsh wheat, heep and cattle, sailing out from thence. Was over "such mockery before witnessed by the world. During that time tho Eviction Squad, known as tho "Crowbar Brigade," was mercilessly exterminating tho Irish people, twenty thousand human beings thrown out on the road, houseless and homeless. Some parts of the country appeared like an enormous churchyard, the numerous gables of the unroofed dwellings seemed to be a gigantic tombstones. They wore Indeed records of decay and death. The hear of the world wept at tho ipectaclo, but England chuckled with diabolical glee at tho sight. "Tho Celt is gone with a vengeance," roared the London Timo3. From 1841 to 1911 under the persecution and oppression of England tho population of Ireland decreased from 8,195,597 to 4,381,951, loss of 3,814,646, whilo on the other hand Scotland, of approximately the same size In area, went from 2,620,184 to 4,759,521, an increase of C, 139337, the land of Scotland composed principally of un productive highlands, while the soil of Ireland Is rich almost to rankness In many counties, such as Moath, ripporary and Kildare. England and the world knows that it was not lack of energy to develop the resources or love of their country that drove those Irish people into exile. In his prophecy Mr. Ford Bald: "I bluBh for common humanity when I contemplate the picture. I would, for England's sake, these things had never been. Nor would any satisfaction wrung out of your " blazing cities In the way of vengeance be reckoned by thoughtful Irishmen as a compensation for the evils wrought. The world has supped full of horrors. Good men of all nationalities are sick bloodshed and violence. But your empire It doomed t It will fall a Rome fell down with a crash." pro-Engli- sh from the (British ward Carson Cabinet, coupled with tho with- "With the retirement of. Sir Ed- A programme of much merit has EXERCISES CLOSED WEDNESDAY been arranged for the free lecture and concert to bo given tomorrow night at St. Peter's Hall, Seventeenth and Garland. Tho Concordia This has Indeed been a grand Singing Society will render three week for tho Catholics of Lebanon numbers, "Dor Wald," "Der Lassen" and Marlon county, the home of apd a German choral. "Tannen-baum- " famous Catholic institutions and the Old Kentucky birthplace of 'Martin John Spalding, and "My Home" will be sung by tho audience. fourth Bishop of Louisville and one Given under the auspices of tho St. of the most distinguished members Vincent de Paul Society of St. Peter's of tho Amerlacn hierarchy when he church, they invite the public with- became Archbishop of (Baltimore out any charge for admission. The occasion was tho centennial of celebration St. Augustine's HAPPY ORPHANAGE EVENT. church at Lebanon, one of the oldest in Kentucky. Soon after St, most beautiful Augustine's church was organized a LaBt Sunday, weather prevailing, was ono long to log building was erected, this bonis be remembered by tho orphan girls in 1814. This simple pioneer strucand boys of our three orphans' ture was used as a house of worship homes St. Joseph's, St. Vincent's until 1821, when a brick church was and St. Thomas'. Upon invitation of erected near the site of the present St. Joseph's Orphan Society the chil- church. In 1870 a larger and more dren of the other two homes, as well modern edifice was erected and as officers and members of tho Cath- used as it was built until 1911, olic Orphan Society, were Invited to when It1 was remodeled along mod spend the afternoon at the homo of ern lines and heautifully decorated. St. Joseph's. Through the kindness For several weeks experts had been of Presldont Schlldt the officers of engaged In renewing the decorations St. Joseph's and the Ladies' Sewing of itho present church, and it preSociety the children were given a sented a beautiful appearanec for the royal time. The visiting members reception of itho many distinguished were shown through the building, visitors. St. Augustine's church toand to a great many people present day Is under tho pastorate of the there was a revelation when shown Rev. Father Joseph A, Hogarty and through tho well equipped and well has a largo and earnest membership. kept home. There is the steam It is now perhaps one of tho most machinery, prosperous Catholic parishes in the laundry with tho bakery with plenty of flour on state. The exercises ocmmemoratlve of band, tho little hospital in the rear, though luckily not much needed, the the centennial, which continued little homo for the gardener, barn three days, opened on Sunday, the for tho animals used on the place, public buildings, business houses and etc. In a few well chosen words private residences being elaborately President Schiidt addressed thoso decorated with flags and bunting present in tho assembly hall, thank- and brilliantly Illuminated for the Right Rev. Denis ing thoso who attended, and made a festivities. Btrong plea for on the O'Donaghue, iBIshop of Louisville; part of all societies to bring about Right Rev. Joseph Chartrand, Cote necessary laws to punish adequately delinquent parents who neglect their offspring. He also congratulated the Catholic Orphan Society on tho work accomplished during their short period of existence and expressed tho hope that both societies would work together as they have done, to the end that at no distant date our three orphanages would rank among the best in the country and be a credit to our diocese. Responses were made by Rev. Fathers Raffo and White, and William Meehan, President of the Catholic Orphan Society. On the wholo the event was a most happy one, binding more closely together tho two societies as well as providing a pleasant outing for the children of the hree orphanages. LAUDED HOLY NAME PARADE. & Tho parade of the Holy Name Society of the dloceso of Baltimore, In which 17,000 Catholics of Baltimore and other Maryland cities, Washington and Alexandria marched for three hours, was lauded by Protestant ministers from Washington pulpits. Even the Rev. Dr. Randolph H. McKlm, rector of the Protestant Episcopal Church! of tho Epiphany, who is bitterly declared that "the desire to combat blasphemy is tho excellent object of tho millions banded together for that purpose, and may God bless their efforts." He added that tho parade was the roliglous event of the week in tho nation's capital. Tho Rev. John McMurray, pastor of tho Union Methodist Episcopal church, extolled tho work of tho Holy Namo Society and suggested the formation by the Protestant churches of a similar organization to bo called the "Holy Day Society." Speaking editorially of the demonstration tho Baltimore Sun says: "Tho Holy Namo Societies of the Baltimore archdiocese aro preaching, In such annual parades as that of Sunday a forcible sermon not only in favor of Religion and morality, but aro rendering a genuine service to the causo of Intellectual reverence, Tho man who blasphemes tho name of tho Creator, or who takes it lightly on his lips, is cultivating a general habit of Irrovorenco that no ono of intelligence should care to foster In himself. Superstition and reverence are not the same thing any more than aro irreverence and enlightenment. Tho tendency of the day Is toward Irreverence In everything toward profaning and making common all the things which were formerly held In esteem and honor. The test of a progressive mind, of genuine lntellectuallsm, Is supposed by many persons to be a scorn of tradition and emancipation from ancient beliefs. Very often, however, such scorn and freedom are only demonstration!! of mental shallowness, of want of balance, of readiness to follow every new economic or political that crosses the path. The habit of reverence in our mental attitude toward life and its daily problems is worth while as a conservative and restraining in fluence, and (he Holy Name Societies lmxixoton. n the emphasis which thy put on It The Lexington mnntotpal primary, uw dolus a constructive and nhllo- held last Saturday, pMwed oft Isopblcal as well as a religious wsrk," anti-Catholi- c, adjutor Bishop of Indianapolis, and a large number of noted clergymen and laymen from a distance honored tho centennial with their presence. A special train was run from this city Sunday morning and a great crowd attended tho opening ceremonies, In which a number of Louisville men took part. The first mass of the centennial was celebrated by the Rev. J. C. Kearns, S. J., of Mobile, Ala., who preahced on "Marlon County as itho 'Cradle (Land of the West." Father Kearns, although yet a young man, is Vice President of the noted Spring Hill Collego at Mobile. High mass was celebrated at 10 o'clock, when another Kentuckian, the Right Rev. Monsignor E. E. Spalding, V. G., of Alton, III., preached an eloquent sermon on "St. Augustine's Parish and Pioneer Life." Sunday afternoon tho laymen's celebration was hold, Judge H. W. Rives presiding over tho exercises, which were opened with Handel's "The Glory of God," sang by a well trained chorus. Judge Samuel J. Boldrlck, of Louisville, whose birthplace and early home was in St Augustine's pariah, spoke on ''Bishops and 'Priests." Dr. Irvin Abell, of Louisville, who also was a former member of St. Augustine's church, gave an address on "Valiant Women and (Distinguished Laymen." W. W. Spalding, of Washington, D. C, another of Marion county's sons, spoko on "St. Augustine's Parish and tho City of Lebanon," A number of hymns and other selections were given by St Augustine's choir, of which George Latimer is director; Miss Hilda Goodin, assistant director, and Miss Jeannetto Hilpp, organist. Tho choir members aro Misses Lucille Doody, Alma Abell, Anna Spalding, Ida IBickebt, Marguerite BIckett, Nettie Madden, Cyril Clark; Joe lAbell, Julia Goodin, Bessie Abell, Marguerite Corcoran, Francos Abell and 'Clementine Brown; Messrs. iHeffernan Rubel, Howe Warren, Robert Warren, Robert Coopor, Richard Cooper, Will Madden, Ivo L. Canary, Prof. Joseph Wuerth and Will Timmons. Tho centennial was continued Monday morning, wlien tho Right Rey. IBshop Chartrand, cf Indianapolis, consecrated St Augustine's church. Solemn high mass was sung at 10 o'clock, when Rev. Father William J. .Howlett preached the sermon and Right Jlov. Bishop O'Donaghue administered the sacrament of confirmation. Memorial cervices were conducted in tho afternoon, Rev. John T, O'Connor, pastor of the Holy Name church, this city, preaching on 'Father fTheodore t, Vicar General." Badln, Following the vesper service at 7:30 o'clock the Rev. ,J. J, Abell, of St. John, preached and paid high tribute to Father Nerinckx's successors at Lebanon. Tuesday was clergy day, the third and last of the centennial celebration, and passed off in accordance with the programme and with a good attendance at all the exercises. Eloquent and able sermons were preached by the (Rev. William P. Hogartyt of New IHayen. and Rev. Raffo, ,of Louisville, Charles, P. whpse theme was the "Centenary of St . Augusthie's Parish," and the masses there wore splendid (Proto-Prles- ,t went to Paris And was made much of as "an angel from tho forests," as tho Archbishop of Paris called her when sho dined with him, and some thing was said about the violation of a custom against women dining the clergy. a woman," Archbishop Mocllcr Says Cath- he said, "This Is isan not angel from the Plan Housing Itallics Closing "she forest." King Louis Phlllipo, Queen olic Dry League Misuses Days of tho CamAmelia and Madame Adelaide, the Name. RECENT DEATHS. paign. King's sister, gave porsonal attention to Sister Theodore's solicitations for The funeral of Miss Katie Conaid. nelly took place Monday morning The estate across tho river, from St. Joseph's church. Sho was Condemns tho Movement as a covering hundreds of acres, has been Over Confidence May Decrease tho daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Matt managed solely by Sisters. The Palpable Fraud Upon the Majority of Party in Connelly, 1414 Story avenue, and a marblo chapel, no doubt tho costliest People. Agnes and William Bister of Miss Election. church edifice in tho Middle West, Connelly. with an altar on which workmen spent years in Italy, is surrounded The funeral of Mrs.- Elizabeth buildings for use of Bishops Can Not in Conscience by other costly and for the academy Republicans Have Big Campaign Reilly, who died Monday morning at tho Sisterhood Howard Park, was held Wednesday and the collego for women. There Indorse What Is Contrary Fund Furnished by Eastmorning St. Augustine's from Is a coal mine, heat and lighting to Doctrine. ern Trust. Surviving her church, Jeffersonville. plants and a largo farm, all of which are six children. Misses Elizabeth, Is managed by Sisters, at the head Marguerite, Mary, Annie, Alice and of whom Is Mother Cleophas, who Joannettff. Rellly. t was Miss Foley, of Terro Haute, QUOTES FROM BISHOP HARTLEY when she entered tho order half a A SPLENDID LOCAL TICKET When death claimed Mrs. Marcentury ago. Mothor Cleophas Is garet Kempf on Monday morning St. recognized as a woman of executive Peter's church lost ono of its oldest ability, and under her generalship Mrs. and most faithful members. Archbishop Moeller, ranking Increased accommodations Only ten days remain of and the ures-eKempf, who wns known In tho parish prelate In the Archdiocese of Cin- growth of the order have been acState political campaign, and as "Grandma Kempf," was eighty- - cinnati, last Saturday repudiated complished. the tI?nMB a miraculous chanjo seven years old, and was active until Catholic early predictions Prohibition 8ltfuat'on stricken with paralysis, three months League of Ohio and stated that the FATHER YORK'S ESTATE. the election of A. O ago at her home, 1G13 Garland ave- organization's Stanley for Governor and tho use of the name nue. She was twice married and is Catholic Is "misleading, unwarrantThe will of tho late Father Thomas Democratic State ticket will boentireverlsurvived by three sons John, Frank ed and unauthorized." York was probated Tuesday, and and Theodore Howe. Her funeral Tho Archbishop is also quoted as shows that, like all priests, his esdoes not a8reo with tho Tj5!wrlter took place Thursday morning with follows: "I know that I nave not tate was small, tho bulk being insur- predictions made by several of tho requiem high mass. ance. John Amos York, Jr., son of Democratic speakers, In which they approved any organization of that eay ithat the ticket will win by character, and I can say the same Michael York, of Watertown, Mass., an Edward P. Gift, beloved husband for Bishop Hartley of Columbus, Is given a gold watch and chalices, overwhelming majority, CongressDaisy Gift, passed into eternal Bishop Schrembs of Toledo and while the library of tho testator is man Campbell Cantrill placing of his rest Monday morning at his home, Bishop Farrelly of Cleveland. Tho bequeathed to John Amos York, Jr., estimate at 50,000. As Btated above, 50C North Seventeenth street, leav- very purpose of the organization is eon of Michael York, Stan ey and tho ticket are certain to and Robert ing many friends and relatives who contrary to the Catholic doctrine of Stack York, son of William York, be olected, but tho majority will not age i0r, sevcral reasons, mourn his untimely death. His freedom of tho will, and obviously also of Watertown. The household funeral was held Thursday morning none of the church's Bishops can furniture and pictures are be- among them being the fadt that from St, Patrick's church. The de- do Otherwise than repudiate the queathed to the succeeding rector ot Democrats throughout the Stat aro ceased was quite well known In Same. It may bo that one or two St. Paul's church, also his vestments. gull.y of many takChicago and Cincinnati. Catholics, for reasons of their own, The sisters of tho testator who share ing it for granted that tho ticket will bo successful, have banded together in an organiza- equally Jn the residue of the estate, and this class will Mrs. CMartha Trainer, widow of tion of this kind, but that Is their Including tho Insurance policies, leave it to the other fellow to vote James Trainer and an aged resident own affallr. They havo no right, which amount to $6,000, are Mary Another Teason Js thalt tho Progresof this city, died Wednesday morn- however, to make It appear that tie E. and Ann Jane York, of Water-tow- sive vote will ho found back In the ing at her home, 2408 Slevln street. church as such is behind the movecolumn, while another Peter J. Cosgrove is named Republican cause Is that tho Republicans will She was a member of t. 'Cecilia's ment or even that it has the moral executor of the will. have a big campaign fund, enabling church, from where tho funeral support of any of tho (Bishops of them to gdt out their full vote. took place iFrlday morning. Surviv- this State. JEFFERSONVILLE. Many have wondered how tho ing her are four sons, Mack, John, to accomplish 'Mn their attempt Republicans have been able to raise William and James Trainer, and two what, I contend, legislation will The cornerstone school daughters, Misses .Betty and Mary never bring about, prohibitionists building being of the newby St. a large campaign fund, especially erected have mot hesitated to go to any ex- Augustine's congregation In Jeffer- when they are out of power In tho Trainer. treme, and tho advertisements now sonville and to cost ?33,000 will be city, State and nation, but it Is appearing in the newspapers seeking laid with impressive ceremonies to- rumored that largo trusts and corTRINITY COUNCIL. to impress the public that the morrow afternoon. The exercises, porations In the East havo donated Alexander Vertes, M. D., Ph. D., Catholic church Is supporting this which will begin at 3 o'clock, will a big fund to tho Kentucky Republicans, not will lecture to Trinity Council's movement bears out this fact and 13 bo preceded by a parade in which all In Morrow because of any Interest and his a palpable fraud. tho Catholic organizations of the city the object In view ticket, but with members and friends in t'holr club of cementing the "As the head of this Metropolitan rooms, Baxter and Morton, Monday See, I wish to emphasize that no will take part. Thomas Mullen will party for next year, when they hope be Chairman at the exercises and to beat night on "Tho Cause of the Euro- Catholic layman or priest has the Judge Fortune will Wilson for tho Presidency. addeliver That the above Js plauslblo is seen pean War." Dr. Vertes, having right (to use tho namo of the Cath- dress. Francis IB. Shepherd the be will served as an officer in the army in olic church as an Indorser of any Marshal of the parade, which will Dy tno nctions or tooth the State-nn4- , local Republican commltl.'ees, who the Balkan war, and having lived In. movement without the sanction of march through tho principal every country now engaged in tho tho Bishop of the diocese in which headed by Willis' band. The streets, are spending money lavishly in school street car. present conflict, understands tho he resides. The Bishops are the building will be two stories and a political controversies which exist proper authorities to say what is basement and will stand- on and lot advertizing, all of which bear the the slogan by which tho trusts hope to between tho warring countries, and Catholic and what Is not. The at the back of tho church on Locust the workingman voter is in a position to give some val- Bishops of Ohio havo not as yds street. The following have the ar- bamboozle uable information. Dr. Vertes has delegated this authority, and It is rangements In hand: Josoph F. next year and that "full dlnnor at 'the present time two uncles, ono cortalnly unbecoming, to say the Volgt, General Chairman; Thomas pail" chestnut. Another Indication that there is a a Major General, the other an least, for these In no way associated Mullen, Richard Kennedy, John Adjutant General, actively engaged with tho church ito make unwar- Tracy, Charles Tracy, John Cole, big Republican fund Is tho way In at the front. (Ufa brother, a Lieu ranted use of Its name to .further James Marra, Archie Kehoe, Martin which tho Loulsvillo Herald dropped tenant Colonel, was with the Crown their hobbies. Conroy, B. A. Coll, George (Heuser the Bull Moosers like a hot potato Prince at the time he was Killed. "For tho reasons stated above, I and John Kennoy. The parade will and can be found dally preaching Itho Dr. Vetres is a distinguished gentle- absolutely repudiate the form on Warder Park and will pro- Morrow doctrine. It was only a man of foreign birth, having dined Catholic 'Prohibition League of Ohio ceed over the following route to tho short time ago that the Herald conwith Kaiser Wllhelm, accepted an and condemn the same insofar as tho school site: South on Spring street, tained dally ringing syndicate ediconcerning Itho Utopian Invitation to tea in tho Buckingham ubo of the name Catholic may in- west on Market, north on Ohio, oast torials Palace from tho KJing of England, dicate that It has the official sanc- on iMaple, north on Walnut, east on dream of tho Roosevelt party, and no and knows quite a number of tho tion of tho church or the hierarchy Court avenue", south on Meigs ave- language was too hitter to use in (Barnes crowned heads of Europe. There of this State." nue, west on Chestnut to Walnut abuse of Cannon, AldrJch, will bo no admission charges and the The Archbishop then called at- street, where tho parade will be re- and other big Republican lcadors; public is invited to attend. tention to an utterance of Bishop viewed as It files past to the scene but now Drexler, tho Progressive nominee for Governor, is never Hartley, of Columbus, in which that of the cornerstone laying. given a mention and the Bull Moose prelate says that "The Catholic ProCAKES A SPECIALTY. hibition League is the contradiction SETTLEMENT J1Y ROCKEFELLER. ticket has been dropped .from the columns, all of this boing in the play An array of toothsome homemade in terms adopted by a new set allied to have the party of League. How cakes will bo the feature at tho to the John D. Rockefeller has come to come back ,invdters Tanksthat the G. tho of strangely out of jolrtt 'Is the word a settlement with the 'Cnl.hollc Ford euchre and lotto to bo given at 'HaH next Friday afternoon Catholic In such an association. Tho eign Mission Society at IMaryknolI, O. P. and cast their vote for Morand evening under the auspices of old heretical sect of tho Manachees, Osslning, iN. Y., In its effort to se- row. In return for tho Herald beparty the the St. 'Louis Church Debt and undone by the logic and eloquence cure a parcel of land on Pocantico trayal of ithe Progressive bo disconBuilding Fund, tho ladles on the of St. Augustine, finds Its counter-par- ti HIUb. Three years ago the socidty Republican weekly will on our own soil 'In the Prohibi- signed an agreement to purchase tinued after tho election, the local Committee of Arrangements having made a special effort in urging tho tion party." Speaking of the at- from Joseph Oussanl fifty acres of Republican Committee agreeing to It until election day bnly. women of the parish to furnish or tempt of some Catholics to bring the land adjoining iRockeforleVs prop- finance The a cake for this affair. In ad- church Into politics, (the Columbus erty. A few days later an attempt does nolocal Democratic organization bake Intend to he caught napping dition to the cakes many handsome prelate says: "How wanton and was made to sell the same piece of by o the and novel prizes will be disposed of false aro the movements of those property to a Rockefeller agent at a local Republican methods of tho committee and are during the afternoon and ovenlng to who would dishonor their royal considerable adyance. The Foreign planning meetings and tho fortunate ones at euchre and mother by attempting to make her iMlssIon Society at once brought ing rally wardthe closo of a. rouscamlotto. Games will be called at 3 and a scullion In political trickery." suit for specific performance against paign. Infor addition the tho district 8 o'clock. The proceeds will bo both tho owner and John D. Rocke- chairmen and precinct captains will DIAMOND JUBILEE. used 4n defraying the expense of feller. A decision in favor of tho make a personal canvass Ito bring painting and frescoing the church, Mission Society was given by Judge out the full registered Domocratid which work is now going on rapidly, This has been a history making Keough at White Plains. An appeal and the contractors expect to com- and festive week for the Sisters of was itaken, but the first decision was voto In this district, realizing that plete It before the holidays. Providence, who have been celebrat- confirmed by the Appellate division. a negro vote of 9,000 will havo to on ing their diamond jublleo at St. At Albany there was a reversal on be contended withwould election day. be a lasting near Terro Haute, a technicality and tho case was Bent All realize that It disgrace to allow the Bhamo Ihd. Tho Jubilee opened with the back to the lower court for more present and splendid ticket to ho dechurch reception of guests on Monday and certain evidence on a question of At St. Charles Borromeo and Wodnesday afternoon Miss Mar- closed with the banquet Thursday fact The iMi'sslon Society imme- feated Is by this fungus voto, why there tho world guerite Lehan, the accomplished night. There was a largo gathering diately announced through (its at- every no reason In Independent In Democrat (and daughter of Firo Chief and Mrs. of tho alumnae body and many dis- torney, John K. iM. Ewlng, of Tarry-tow- this district shouldn't bo persuaded of tinguished clergymen took part In Timothy Lehan, became tho bride its determination to continue to corao to tho polls on olectiion day, Clyde A. Graven, manager of the tho exercises. The jubilee mass was the case, and was prepared to do so Bafo to say they come it candy department of tho Loulsvillo celebrated Wednesday morning In .tho when a proposition was mado by the and if will bp foundis vc'ing tho they Grocery Company and a popular Convent church, with Bishop Chatard defendants entirely favorable to tho straight Democratic ticket from member of Mackln Council. Tho presiding. Bishop Chartrand was society. The society shortly after A. O. Stanley for Governor down to Archbishop beginning its suit found an exand marriage ceremony was, performed the celebrant candidate for Constable. by tho Rev. Father Raffo and was Glennon preached tho sermon. cellent site above Osslning, which H tho vote for the (Democratic ticket A 22, 1840, six Sisters will make its definite honie. by relatives and many On October witnessed is not only a"h Indorsement of tho friends of tho worthy couple. Fol- from France arrived at Torro Haute Wilson and McCroary administration country, PROMISING COLONIES. lowing the ceremony tho "bride and to found tho order in this but is also an indorsement of Mayor groom were given a reception at the which now numbers 1,600. Tho orBuscheraeyer's splendid local adminColonizaThis week the Catholic and der was founded In tho Valley of the Lehan home, Twenty-fourt- h istration as well, Tho local General Broadway, after which they left tor Loire by young women of the nobility tion Society, of which Archbishop Council is one of tho best in years a honeymoon trip of two weeks. and aristocracy whoso estates had Glennon Is Director General and and has distinguished Itself by harbeen lost in the years following the whose headquarters are located In monious action, if nothing olse, on FOURTH DEGREE ELECTS. revolution and whoso families had tho Temple building, Chicago, en- every movement Intended for the been separated by varying conditions dorsed two more colonies at the betterment of the city and surroundLouisville Assembly, Fourth De- of the Napoleonic reign. They were gates of thriving towns In the South. ings. gree, K. of C, held Its annual meet- all refined and they started a school One Is located near Mobile, Ala., and ing Monday night at the Tyler Hotel, for girls who desired what was then tho other near Shreveport, La and MADE FEEL GOOD, when addressee were delivered by a higher education in tho arts and already a number bf settlers are number of well known citizens. The literature, for which tho Sisters were rpady to move on tho lands. With President Mark .Ryan in the assembly honored Dr. J. W. Fowler well adapted as teachers. A daughchair the meeting of Division 1, A. FOR CATHOLIC DAY. by unanimous election as Faithful ter of Count du Roscoat wae the O, ST., last week was very InterestAdmiral. The other officers chosen first Mother Superior. ing, while the report that the funds day at are Increasing made those present Tomorrow will be Catholic were John M. Hannan, Faithful Sister Theodore, in charge of the Exposition feel good. When County Secretary the Navigator; Harry A, Appltng, Faith- nartv thiit. founded St. was ful Comptroller; Harry T. Colgan, iWood, was a daughter of a General and will bring out a record attend- Dan O'Keefe'a communicationFaithful Pilot; Col. Joseph P. Mc- in Napoleon's army wno was Kiueu ance. A military mass, a parade, a Ginn, Inside Sentinel; Albert C. In the campaign in Spain. She wrote picnic in the Pepper Grove and an the divislpn favored quarterly meetBrand, Outside The of the arrival in the forest on the excellent programme of athletics are ings of the County Board. A hearty Sentinel. speakers at the dinner which fol- banks of the Wabash, far away in the principal features. Archbishop greeting was given Martin. GsVvln. lowed the business meeting were many respects from the banks of the Hanna, of San Francisco, and other who gave an interesting aocoonft ot Lieut. Gov. B. J. 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JW-2- 1 Wt Qreea St. cffiH LOUISVILLE, K SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1915. Commissioner ried unanimously. Keller has held all along (that to admit the teaching of tho IBiblo in the public schools, which are supposed to be would open the way for much opposition and controversy, owing, as ho says, "to the divergent rellgous views represented." Of course this is quito true and a sound and sensible argument. The (Board of School Commissioners of Indianapolis, on which there is not one Catholic member, Is to be congratulated on its common sense and fairness. non-seotarl- DEMOCRATIC TICKET reconstruction in Mexico submitted by Carranza, and accepted by the "diplomatic conference" at Washington. 'In thus recognizing Carranza, a sworn enemy of the Catholic church, tho President has repudiated all the promises mado to Catholics by the State iDepartment in December. President "Wilson stands at the bur of ithis country, and he must answer for his actions. He has ignored the voice of the greatest religious body in (this country, which asked him nothing more than it had a right to demand under .the constitution ot our republic. Has the President, in his respect for or fear of 'Carranza, forgotten the onaln principle on which this American republic was founded the only principle on which any republic can find stability? From Romo It is cabled that iPope Benedict will hold a consistory shortly at which new Cardinals will bo created. The consistory will probably take place before Christmas. Nothing definite or authentic about this. . Patriotism does not consist in waving the flag, singing national songs and entering into asccret CHARLES t. ray bIibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB hIbbbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW 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. sVsBsKr BH bVBPbbk JKKBEtsEttBKi bbbbBbW Why Wage Earners Should Vote For t' r ilxaPi's V the Tax Amendmet at the November Election. Wage earners are distinctly Interested in Taxation and it will be to their interest to vote for the Tax Amendment at tho November Election. Under the present unequal law the man who owns a cottage homo worfh from one to three thousand dollars comes nearer paying full taxes than any other taxpayer. The reason is plain, as tho cottage Is easily valued for assessment at about what It cost, whilo a residence worth ten to twenty thousand dollars Is generally owned by people who can persuade tho Assessors to lower tho assessment and thus evade their share of Taxes. Then the man who owns Securities can now hldo them and escape paying taxes on such property, which adds to the taxes the small Real Estato owner has to pay. Tho wage earner who has no taxable property Is greatly mistaken if ho thinks tho question does not concern him. Taxes enter into tho cost of rent and food and clothing and it often occurs that tho man who pays no direct taxes contributes more In proportion than any other taxpayer. Tho prosperity of labor depends upon employment. Fair taxes mean more factories, moro factories mean more work and better wages. ' Tho Tax Amendment will Justify a better system of taxation In Kentucky nnd subject tho hoards of wealth now escaping taxation to a fair share of the burden and lower tho taxes on houses and factories. Therefore wage earners should vote for tho Tax Amendment. tCsbsssEvIWRbIssssssssbkKBbssj ..bbbbbbW sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbiW FOR. GOVERNOR: A. OWSLEY STANLEY, of Hendoreon. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR: JAMES D. BLACK, of iBarbourvillo. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE: HARKSDALE IIAJILETT, of Hopklnsvllle. FOR STATE AUDITOR: ROBERT L. GREENE, of Frankfort. STATE TREASURER: FOR SHERMAN GOODFASTER, of OwingBvllle. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL: MILLS M. LOGAN, isBBBssBsaBBBBlBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBSa W&&aB8tStt$&$FikA bbsEM eft' a? fvafpftfy ( Dr. Charles A. Edolen has been confined to his homo, Sixth and Oak streets, for the past week, suffering LEHAN'S REPORT. of Brownsville. from Injuries sustained while cranking his automobile. On Tuesday OF FOR SUPERINTENDENT iFire Chief Timothy 'Lehan's an- Clarence Barry, son of James P. ' PUBLIC INSTRUCTION: nual report, a complete review of Barry, of the Pennsylvania railroad, V. O. GILBERT, the department for the past year, was struck hy an automobile at of Frankfort. shows excellent work on the part of Ninotenth and (Market streets, but FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRI- the fire fighters. Tho Iouisvllle fortunately escaped without serious w,th Injury. While she" watched and waited for presenco nuDt,al h,Bh mass and in the CULTURE: i firo department has been of many friends and rela- handi, youj MAT S. COHEN, "ves Miss Agnes Elizabeth Higgins SPLENDID RESULTS. capped, lacking Thn lint twirs nrn thrn nlnnnn Fifth and Court Place. both men and of (Lexington. and But her hand will wipe them In William M. Zlnser were united apparatus, and therefore the city Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. marriage Wednesday morning at A away FOR CLERK OF THE COURT OF government should speedily carry tiplrl mission of splendid results was St. John's church, tho Rev. Father tnr tliA mon nf Rf Ariifhnnv'fl you feel OF APPEALS: out the iChiof's recommendations. ' church this week by Minor Con- - Don't vm, vnlnU- -her arm around you ociiuuimiim penoruuiis ,. uio cere An Ctrl RODMAN W. KEENON, mony.. The young couple have a Tho record made tho Dast year has ' ventual missionaries from Syracuse. of Harrodsburg. ,,,, Every sorvlco was largely attended Oh! she's waitlnc for you. alanna. wd.0 acquaintance and wore the re- nnf hoon onmncn-- i UHW KNIGUTS OF COLUAIBUS. ..w.vr i... FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER: with lack of facilities for fighting and the communicants were In most And she whispers, "Dear heart. ciplents of many congratulations. gratifying numbers. The men's SLD T. BOUTmTT, look up!" fires this can not continue. Wednesday morning Edward week of mission was opened Sunday, She's happy and safe, alanna of New Ca3tle. and the two weeks of labor of the Sure Christ drank the bitter cup! Brady, a well known member of tho Late News That Will Interest missionary fathers will be brought Ah! think of her glorious beauty clerical force of the Illinois Central FOR CIRCUIT JUDGES: GREAT FARCE to a solemn close Sunday evening. railroad, and Miss Bernadette Wales Members Here and ARTHUR M. WALLACE, Chancery Standing beside tho throne; wore united in marriage at St. Louis Close perusal reveals tho fact that Branch, First Division. She's praying for you, alanna, SCHOOL FUND BENEFIT. Immediately Bertrand's church. KIRBY, Chancery the Carranza guarantees B. SAMUEL The dearest of all her own! do not after the ceremony tho couplo left Branch, Second Division. J. M'L. extend ,to "religious persons" that A A euchre and lotto party tfith for tho East for their honeymoon, WILLIAM H. FIELD, Conunon Pleas Is, to priests and nuns Twenty-fiv- e and upon their return they will be at who may be pleasant features will bo held Qlon- thousand members Branch, Fifst Division. r" apartments, are afflliated with the Chicago Chaphomo at tho Leyden e, sJh?1 hal1 at "'P" THOMAS It.. GORDON. Common accused in itho future of partlclpat- - ' proceeds to 3 and Market, the ter. Pleas Branch, Second Division. ing in (Mexican 1 Third and Bloom. politics, and the teenth the St. Patrick's school buildbe for Not to be outdone, tho Knights of WALXEJt 1. LINCOLN, Common decision as to what constitutes ing fund. The hostesses for the tlrnnch. Third Division. The marriage of Miss Dollle Camp- Boston are to build a' $300,000 club evening will be Mesdames Victor bell, of Taylorsvllle. and John H. house. CHARLES T. RAY, Common Mens participation rests with the iGrcenwell,xof 'Bards'town, was politicians. 'Here is Tel'gious Henry, Fred Oakleaf, Jos. Ballmnn, Branch, Fourth Division. Tho initiation of eighty-fiv- e candiTuesday at St. Agnes dates was a recent notable event at HARRY IV. ROBINSON, Criminal freedom of a novel complexion. Yet James Foley, Edward .McDonald and James Welch visited at Park- - emnlzed Frank Broderlck. Branch. view last week, the guest of Mrs. Al- - church on tho Bardstown road. The Columbus, Ohio. It ,te accepted in Washington as a bride has been a teacher In the Tay- bert Marcell, FOR COMMONWEALTH'S One hundred and fifty new mem' SHOWER TO BRTDE. fulfillment of tho condition pledged lorsvllle gradbd school and is a ATTORNEY: bers wero initiated a year ago that no government Courtney iGast and wife returned daughter of the lato A. D Foreman, on Columbus dy at Madison, Wis., t(t JOSEPH M. HUFFAKER. Miss Jeannette Dannenhold was Saturday from a visit to relatives ui one nmo anenu oi opencer would bo recognized in Mexico The first exemplification of the county. The groom is one of the CIRCUIT COURT: which did not guarantee religious hostess Tuesday at a miscellaneous near Frankfort. FOR CLERK OF shower In honor of Miss Edna firm of F. G. Greenwell & Co., of fourth at Grand Forks, N. D., was FRANK DUG AN. freedom! Through tho President rierney. The guests were Mesdames successful every way. Miss Beatrice McGovern was " tho Bardstown. LEVY'S LEADER Otto Hubbuch, B. guest last week of Miss Rlc wo bowed to Carranza's Insults and Leo Schulten, Wisconsin Knights met last SunFOR PARK COMMISSIONERS: on Bayless Keller, Edward H. Hinke-belhigh mass was celebrated day and laid the groundwork for a Nuptial Ben S. Washer, RayBlzot, accepted his contemptuous replies Shawnee driveway. Tierney, Elsie Misses by iRev. Father iRaffo on Wednesday council at Waukesha. George F. Simpson. with equanimity. And now we Mazzoni, MaryEdna ChesTierney, Abbio morning at St. Charles church at Portland, Seattle and Spokane Mr. accept "guarantees" that are not ter, Ruth O'Connor, Graco Muzzlo of among and Mrs. J. C. Fedler were tho wedding of Miss Antoinette M. FOR ALDERMEN: have bowling leagues and will hold tho week's sojourners at worth .the paper upon which they New York, Florence Tierney, Corlnne West Badon Springs. Brusselbach and "Earllng C. Fred Sehwcnkor, R. B. G Ubcrt, m a tournament. Jf Stiff and soft hats, made M The ceremony was followed C. W. Schmltt, are written and extend him recogni- Mazzoni, Rudina Bauer, Edith Stark, Fred J. Leozcr, stocky felt. One thousand people wero unable m of high-claaEva Beck and Marie Wioland. by a wedding breakfast at the Louis- B. J. Campbell, Jr. tion! It Is a fitting xrr Thnna T?nn i,oa Jolin M. Clifford, to gain admission to Carnegio Hall climax to the Best styles, best trim- Jos. Overlcrg, . James B. Camp, from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Y" ,Hote lforJt,ho bridal party and at the New York celebration. contemptible farce that has been wo YOUNG LADIES' PARTY. fam'lles- , rTrcosy, mines, best HATS you M the, Georgo B. Coder, Jas. M. Bartley at New Haven. A flag presentation that was very played in Washington for the last HMU UtIIB. U, JVIUUttUDi JJUIGHVO VI. LUG It. Guy Parker. J. Wm. M.Her, ever saw for $2 ed'fying took placo Friday night at Monday evening at 8 o'clock the two years. Mrs. Emma Martin has returned groom, gave a Teception in the even- tho meeting of DoSoto Council, New FOR COUNCILMEN: young ladles .of the Sacred Heart from Springfield, where she visited ing for tho relatives and friends of Vork City. First Ward, Sodality of Holy Cross church will her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. tho young couple. CARRANZA'S RECOGNITION. Sixty candidates wero recolved into Jolui 1 1. Pope. entertain with a euchre and lotto Lcachman. W. P. Graves, party In the fine new school building Miss Alico V. Shrader, of New Al- tho order last Sunday at LaCrosso, Second Ward, Venustuano Carranza, tho bandit, at Thirty-secon-d Q. Naber, of Louisbany, Wis., COO visitors coming from three and Broadway, and Mrs. Ada JJurke, of Portland ave- ville, and James William II. Karst. the cutthroat, .the Charles Mann, 7 o'clock States to witness tho ceremonies. outlaw, tho havo arranged for some very hand- nue, were married returned last week from a visit Wednesday morning at at Third Ward, Holy Trinity persecutor of tho Catholic church, some articles to he distributed. They to friends at her old homo near The council at Cherry City, Col., Third and Market. church in New Albany. Tho Rev. will Initiate twenty-fiv- e Wm. M. Booher, W. R. Ward. new memthe robber and despoller of her sanc- Invlile their friends and promise Lancaster. evening. The games them a pleasant Father Charles Curran officiated at bers for its own ranks besides numFourth Ward, tuaries, schools, convents and hos- will bo followed by other social tho nuptial mass and performed tho bers from other places on October Alvhi Rosenberg, Jerome King. N. A. 'Gathof and A. J. Strauss, ceremony, pitals, tho murderer of priests, the entertainments. which was witnessed by a 31. Louisville buyers, were receiving Fifth Ward, leader of vandal hordes whose "Base and unlovely in any civiliza- "As Near to You as the Nearest Phone" much attention the past week in Now number of the relatives and friends Thomas J. Garvey. nameless outrages and indignities to B. II. Benson, FORTY HOURS. of tho bridal couple. After tho cere- tion, sectarian intolerance,'' said York City. ' mony tho bridal couplo departed on Col. Roosevelt on Columbus day In Sixth Ward, pure, consecrated nuns and defenceTomorrow morning the Forty wedding trip. The bride New York, "is utterly revolting Our Special $3.00 Spray Miko Leone, James Norton. Mrs. R. J. Curran (has been enter- an extended less women and children show tho Hours Adoration will open with Our Special $5.00 Wreath daughter, Mrs. J. B. Hop- Is a daughter of George B. Shrader, among a free people." Seventh Ward, vicious darkness Borromeo taining hergrandson, S. a charming young of his soul; solemnity at St. Charles kins, and B. Hopkins, Park Place, and is groom Edward J. Parker, T. E. .Lawrence. The largest values in Funeh and Chestis a son of woman, whilo the Venustuano Carranza, whose name church, RETURNS FROM IIETREAT. ral Flowers ever offered in Eighth Ward, nut, closing Tuesday. Father Raffo, Jr., of Victoria, Texas. Charles Naber, of Louisville, and Is must ever stand for all that is Louiivllle, pastor, wijl be assisted by clergyT. J. Morrow, Jr., Edward White. The Rev. Linus Braun, O. F. M Misses Frances onu Eleanor Mc i employed as a shipping cleric by tho blackest and vilest and most degrad- tho from other churches of the dio.: For prompt delivery call 223 men AhrenB & Ott Manufacturing Corn- - Guardian and pastor of St. Bonlfaco Ninth Ward, ing in the pages of Mexican history, cese, and It is hoped many will seek Kenna, who visited Mrs. J. E. Bell pany. Upon their return they win church both phones. and convent, will return toon Frankfort avenue, have returned M. J. McDermott, D. B. Coleman. has been recognized by tho President tho favors that these prayers prom- lo their homo at Fairfield reside at the Shrader home in Park day from Cincinnati, where ho has Tenth Ward, Placo. of tho United States as ruler of the ise beon making a ton days' retreat at Albert Stelger, Ernest Wright. tho Franciscan Monastery. Mrs. John Egan and Miss Gertrude distracted Mexica republic. And this INVITE FRIENDS. BLESSING AT ST. MATTHEW'S. Eleventh Ward, Egan, of Memphis, have been visiting recognition, says the (Morning Star, BLUEGRASS WEDDING. O. J. Flnegan. here, and Miss Egan is now guest John P. Gricb, is President Wilson's direct work. . nams. shop 7 Tho Ladies' Sewing Society ot St. of Miss Wilhelmina Weller. the Last Sunday afternoon tho bell for Twelfth Ward, feurth Avenue Loulrvine past month rumors have Joseph's Orphan Home extends an 30 For the tho new Holy Trinity church at St. The marriage of Gus Moran, resid li Thomas J. Dolan, Richard D. Whitty been insistent and press dispatches Invitation to tho members and Miss Lucille Hackett, ot New Al- Matthews was solemnly blessed, a ing near (Frankfort and well known party to bany, entertained friends to attend a lotto in honor of Miss large gathering witnessing tho cere- In tho Bluograss region, and IMlss "Flowers telegraphed everywhere " FOR STATE SENATOR: from Washington have indicated be given next Thursday afternoon at Rogers, of Bloomington, and Miss mony. The Rev. John T. Hill, pastor Slargaret Kennedy, a popular Lex (Thirty-sevent-h (District.) that tho Wlilson administration was tho orphanage, 2823 Frankfort ave- Jane Fisher, of Logansport. of St. Ann's church, this city, ington young woman, will be solHITE" HUFFAKER. planning to recognize Carranza as nue. Games will be called at 2:30 preached an eloquent and forceful emnized next Wednesday at SU ruler ot Mexico. Protests pohred in o'clock. Coffee and luncheon will bo Mrs. O. J. Carney, Glenwood sermon. Paul's church in Lexington. FOR JlBPRBSENTAmiVES: from tho American hierarchy, from served and all will spend an enjoy- Place, Now Albany, had as her guest JOILN DRESCHER, 4Mi District. NOVE3IBER COMMUNION. for the past week her daughter, ELECT FRANK FEUR. GEORGE B. BARRETT, 45th. Dlst. every prominent Catholic organiza- able afternoon. Mrs. James Crowley, of iFreepont, ADAM SPAHN, 4CUi District. tion in tho United States, and from Complying with tho requirements ST. LOUIS BERTRAND'S. 111. WILLIAM J. IttJH, 47th District. Frank Fohr, of this city, was Grand elected a member of tho Board of of the Atlantic Jurisdiction Trinity, S. MAZYOK O'BRIEN, 48th District. tho Catholic newspapers, voicing Tho Rev. Father Crowley, Prior of Mrs. J. L. Sullivan and daughters, Trustees of the Ultod States Brewers' Council, all members of WILLIAM A. PERRY, 40th District. the sentiment of noarly 20,000,000 church,, re- Misses Cecilia and Jennie Sullivan, Association at tho national meeting Mackin and Unity Councils, Y. M. I., WILLIAM T. MeNALLY, 50th Dlst. Catholics, all unltod in itho demand St. Louis (BertTand's WILLIAM M. DUFFY, 51st District. tha recognition bo not given to one turned tho first of the week from the who visited friends hero tho past held last week at Springfield, Mass, will receive hold communion In a body on Sunday, November 23. Tho East and is again in active charge week, havo returned to their home at (FOR MAGISTRATE; who was such an open and bitter of that largo parish. members of Trinity Council will The Rev. Rockport, Ind. HANDSOME INTERIOR. (Seventh District.) visit St. ftloy&lus church on (that enemy of the churoh and so abso- Thomas Fitzgerald, O. P., who arJOHN J. O'BRDSN, occasion. rived hore from Washington last delightful miscellaneous shower A lutely Incapable of establishing reDecorators aro now busy with the weok, be one of 'FOR CONSTABLE: ligious liberty in Mexico. The priests willthe Dominicanthe assistant was given by Miss Catherine Ulrlch work of frescoing and beautifying MORGANFJtEIiD. church. of (Fourth District) at her home in New Albany for MJss the Interior' of St. Joseph's church question was put squarely before Schneider's Meat Market Ann Tracy, of Jeffersonville, a No- on Eaat Washington street. Edward M. T. KREMER. A pretty wedding was solemnized President Wilson; there was no SOCIAL CARD PARTY. vember bride. has the contract, and It Monday morning in St. Ann's church Partus.ch 440 SOUTH FIFTH ST. dodging it, and he has given his Is expected the work will be comSnOWS GOOD SENSE. at Morganfleld, when Miss Mary VicOpposite the Cathedral. The Entertainment Committee of at- pleted before Christmas. Miss Adelaide. Crush, who answer, which is a dlreob insult to toria Brady became the bride of the Visitation Home for Working A committee, consisting of prom- every American Catholic. Ho has Girls will entertain with a card and tended the Jubilee celebration and Ruble F. Bearen. Both are residents Choiee Beef, Val, Lamb, Mallea. alumnae meeting at Sb. Mary in the CHANGE OF RIFLES. of Morganfleld and are prominent in HaaB, Itaeen, Perk, Lard, Saasaia. inent ramb&rs of the Protestant openly, In defiance of every principle lotto social on the afternoon and Woodfl, is now the week-en- d guest groom is the man Federation of. Churches, thai has of rlgnt and Justice, ignored the evening of October 2f. This will be of Mrs. J. A. Spauldtng in IndianStevens rifles of tthe finest make that section. The Telephone City 2241. Company. last have been adopted by the Notre ager of the Hercules Coal beta working aggressively to get the wishes ot 16,000,000 Catholic fellow- - the come. entertainment for some time apolis. Many awards Dame (Rifle Club. last year the Protestant version of the Bible cltlaens and given the protection of to be made and handsome a large' THEY CERTAINLY WILL. will it is hoped Congressman and Mrs. 03 en John-eo- club was defeated by the Culver taught In the public schools, got a our flag and (the moral support ot crowd will be present. of Bardstown, have announced Military Academy, the latter using If America goes to war the belli cold turndown from the ilndianapolte our constitution to a party that ha the engagement of their daughter, Stevens and Notre Dame using NINHTBBN THOUSAND. Commfceloeers last do raaparat for God or man, law or Hiss Nancy Johnson, and Lieut, Springfield rifles. The year previous cose editors who are doing their beet Board of School ftooooe Camebell Crawford. Itoaineer Notre Dame beat Culver, both using to effect that consummation will Inweek. Commissioner Joseph Keller order, and whose expressed There are 19,600 priests is this Corps, U. I. A. the Springfield. The oftleers or sist that the pea is mightier than the oa vto persecute GathoHes ved to "lay the whole matter sword, great notion of about 100,600,0001 Notre Dame consider the new rifle 'firing and will continue to do their their sanctums. Brooklyn Tablet. from the conning towers of' Me," and his notion was ear- - hi stipulated in the programme for souls. practice. The marriage of Thomas T. Banet superior' for NOT IN THEIR LINE. A return engagement of "Damaged Goods" is being presented in Louisville this week, and to date no one has heard any protests from the few conspicuous lcadersof the Men's Federation, who heretofore have posed as the guardians of public morals. It is supposed that their inactivity is due to the fact that there is no politics Involved. conspiracy to injure other citizens on account of race or creed. That sort of patriotism Is deviltry. Hundreds of young men are migrating from Ireland to escape conscription into the British army. They can not see why they should tight for England. Who can? AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS. Democratic Nominee Judge Jefferson Circuit Court. LONESOME. You - needn't tell me, alanna, church. After the ceremony the Sure, T see it stamped on your happy couple were given a reception faco! at tho bride's home, Twenty-fourt- h That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a The loncsomeness, deep and bitter, and Maple. Has loft its sorrowful trace. SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED Chris J. Schneider, who conducts But lift up your eyes, alanna, twice a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR' She's there where the light shines the meat market opposite the Cathe- dral, and his estimable wife were w must be spent for somethlag you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the best: ( last She's there in her sweetness, alanna, given a delightful surprise dollars you are wasting might keep that "bard me" from ever coming. Sunday afternoon when friends Smiling in heavenly rest. thronged their home on the Bards-tow- n road to tender congratulations Your eyes are sad, alanna, and celebrate their silver wedding Ynur pvpn nf thn irrnv nnn liln How she loved their smile and their anniversary. and Miss Anna Belle Furst was solemnized Wednesday at St. Charles The imi Last Dollar 1 1 I 1 Ky. Title Savings Bank I and Trust Co. . tmmsmsmmmsm smwsammmmmm , I -- Elsewhere. J "ln SQGIETV. I Car-ranzls- ta sol-Mr- s. i n; I I Feld-hau- s. $2 I a I I tri-cit- y n,j s, I I iJaio - - JLEVY'S Twenty-sevent- -- y m j -- n, ' I trgt JKEJSC'TIJOIS: RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Coral XjCfclSJEI AJMCBXRIO-aJST- , PRECARIOUS Coalition Government Threatal ened by Internal and JZx-tcrn- SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. 0. H. DIVISION 1. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder-kranHall, Sixth and Walnut. " President Mark Ryan. Vice President William CushinR. Clancy. INVESTIGATION Being Made Slowly Into the Ileal Conditions of the Middle Ages. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS " Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. THEO. SHALE BEIGE MADE BY Distributors Of FEDERAL TIRES FALLS VULCANIZING C1TV VULCANIZING 1101-0- 3 Dnngcrs. WOLF SOMETHING NEW East Broadway FREE SERVICE Clay Products Co. are the BEST BRICK MADE IN CO. JBFFERSON COUNTY Bldg. Sales Office: 1010 Intcr-South. Ridge Financial Secretary Edward John Redmond Declares Grave Political Crisis May Arlso i Any Day. of Homo CELEBRATED EXTRA BRAT WURST Incorporated 833 OBIQER STREET - 1802 and 877 Home PhoneCumb. Phone Main ASK TODS DEAXSB TOR IT ENGRAVERS WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS X.. P. BO&JTWASSEB CO. 877 Home Phone Shawnee 1791 Recording Secretary James P. Dominican Father' Dietrich and Barry. Ills Work onthcltainbow Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Theory. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Taiipy. DIVISION 2. Meets AND CONFECTIONERY (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Heatlag ICE CREAM J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. Homo Phone Shawneo 1914 Steam and Hot Water Heating Special Prices to Lawn Fetes and 111 N. THIBD STBEET Picnics. Tuenty-slxt- h and Portland 'Avenuo Home Phone 784 0 Cumb. M. 1592 BAKERY P. I. BURKS & COMPANY (INCORPORATED.) OP JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN THOS. J. BRODERIOK 4392-- J MANUFACTURERS PIANO PLAYERS Modern Player Built In Your Own Piano, Pianos and Piano Player Repaired and Tuned 1000-100- Bitter Opponent Rule 8 West Walnut, Louisville Retires From British Cabinet. ELECTION NOW COMMON BCBLICn ENGRAVING COMTAM ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky 835 W. Main St., Homo Phone City 6674 IX FRANK FEHR BREWING CO Brewers and Bottlers XiOIIISVIIjLB. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. outbreak of the war he was the A. L. GUNN leader of the movement against home rule for Ireland, which for a CONFECTIONER BAKER AND time threatened civil war In Ulster. At that time he was the .Conservative ICE CREAM member of Parliament for Dublin $1 Pef Gallon, All Flavors University and gained great noSeventh .Street 1104 South toriety for his speeches attacking City 6574 Phone the Governanent and sympathizers of homo rule, and threatened .1n case CO. S the King signed the home rule bill R. JEUNESSE Receivers and Shippers of Hay and to aid in setting up a provisional Grain. Manufacturers of Shurgovernment in Ulster. He was the BUILDING CONTRACTOR Plecz Poultry and Stock Feeds first to sign the covenant of reHay, Grain,. Flour and Mill Feed sistance to home rule and led the 810 YORK STREET Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Ulsterltes in the formation of the Incubators and Brooders Ulster volunteers. When the preswas Loulsvlllo, Ky ent coalition Government Phono South 1753 LOUISVILLE, KY. formed last (May Sir Edward was given tho portfolio of Attorney l. ARTISTIC" PRINTING Some of the English newsOXXNTX papers expressed the view that this FIRST CLASS WORK appointment was a mistake In view The Place Where Old Clothes Are Made to Look Like New." (Jive This Offico Your Next Order of his previous antagonism to the Government. SPALDING DRY' CLEANING CO 317 W. GREEN ST. The most notable cases with which Sir Edward has had to deal since Telephone City 946 PHONES 1887. his Incumbency of the Attorney Generalship were the Board of Trade's Inquiry Into tho sinking of the Lmsltanla and the proceedings before the Prize 'Court for "the condemna meat cargoes tion or American which had been seized by the British BCOItPORATEn Government on the ground that they were destined for Germany. Recently there has been unofficial talk In .London of Sir Edward being at) odds with other members of the Ministry over conscription, the Balkan situation and the Dardanelles expedition. The Attorney General did not attend any of the Cabinet meetings held recently. In, announcing Carson's resignation the London Morning Post said "Sir Edward Carson resigned on account of the Near Eastern question. The Government, against hla advice, allowed that question to drift, and Sir Edward Carson, who had strong convictions on what he regarded as the right policy, refused to share tho responsibility for the results of postponing or evading a No man of Intellect and decision. courage could remain In a Government which dallies with .and postpones Its decisions from day to day on issues where delay Is dangerous 3TS". and may bo fatal.". There may be other reasons behind the action of Carson, not tho IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE least of which is the refusal of tho Government to agree to his demands for a division of Ireland before the home Tule bill goes Into effect, which just now seems quite far off. HOME KILLED MEATS FAIR JD3AT MARKET STATE A Full Line of Fancy Groceries Both Phones Call and Give Us An Order WE SELL FOR GASH RITTER-ID3NNING- on Monday the DIVISION 8. Irish leader, John E. Redmond, de Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hibera grave crisis nian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. "SOUTHERN STAR" THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. clared that any day. politicalposition might arise The President John M. Maloney. SLICED BACON of the coalition Government, ho de INCORPORATED Vico President Matt J. O'Brien. clared, was precarious. It was "All Rcily for Your Griddle In the Distillers Of Recording Secretary Thomas threatened by Internal and external Morning" OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH dangers. A conspiracy existed among Klllcon. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Financial Secretary John J. Hes- men ready to sacrifice national unity "HOLLENBACn" PURE RYE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. In the face of the enemy to further slon, Jr. Louisville, Ky. (Incorporated.) 528 W. Main St. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. their own predilections and theories. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin KaIe-It was common talk, said the Irish CASKETS AND PLUMBING AND HEATING COA leader, that a general election was her. TRACTORS Sentinel Thomas Noone. UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. possible, but Ireland could boast U. W. NEWMAN (Wholesale Only.) and that she was not responsible for Contracting Engineer, Steam DIVISION 4. these dangers. Hot Water Heating and NATIONAL CASKET CO., On Monday in London is was made Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Sanitary Plumbing Incorporated known that Sir Edward Carson, AtBcrtrand Hall, Sixth Street. Homo Offico: 440 Second Street torney General, had resigned from tMagazine Streets. Eleventh and President John H. Henneesy. LOUISVILLE. ICY. the British Cabinet Prior to the Vice President Thomas Lynch. 2121 Osngo Avenuo GUARANTEED $2.00 PIANO TUNING $2.00 REPAIRING Phono Shawneo 1253 o R jn: xj js: Gt Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Joseph Lynch. Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. Recording Secretary John T. Keaney. First Wednesday Llederkranz Medieval Scholars Furnished Contributions to Natural Science Ages Ago. PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWE1UGB Home Fhone City 2r25 West Wnlnut Street PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home Phone Shawnee 198C 1000 Zane Street Home Phone 1191 TALK Kelran. Financial Sergeant-at-Arm- s Secretary Edward J. Hel-Ion. Treasurer Thomas Hannan. John P. vention in Dublin Presiding at the Nationalist con- Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan. Recording Secretary John J. Barry. Treasurer Pat Connelly. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far- roll. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. y. m. i. MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixtPresident John J. Lynn. First Vico President John W. Murphy. Second Vice President Martin P. Schadd. Treasurer George J. Thornton. h. Gen-ora- Financial Secretary Recording Secretary A. Buckel. C. Link. William G. Marshal Harry Alberts. Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfelf-fe- r. Executive Committee Barry. Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank Geller, A. W. Andrlot, John R. Frank G. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT fl M M IB V'lBlBHhVWn 1 m 1H wn All the late and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices. COVINGTON. NOTRE DAJfE. City Commissioners. In tho municipal primary at Covington last Saturday former Mayor John Craig received a tremendous vote for the Mayoralty nomination and is sure of election. In tho race for City Commissioners Mayor Phillips led tho ticket, tho other successful candidates being Howk, Donnelly, Gill, Kluemper, Lenkor, Riemeyer and Schuler. These eight will have to go before the regular election in November, and the four receiving tho highest number of votes will be the OWENSBORO. The first mass at Notro Damo was colebratod 250 years ago, declared There was a. widespread feeling of Rev. Matthew Walsh, C. S. C, Vice sorrow In Owensboro when an- President of Notre Dame University, nouncement was made of the death In an Impressive sermon which ho on Monday of IMiss Marietta HIgglns, delivered in the university church on who passed away at tho home of her INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KV, Founders' day, October 13. in an mother, Mrs. Fannie HIgglns. Miss Impressive sermon, rich In historical , HIgglns was a member of St. Paul's GREAT rRISH SAINT. allusion and reminiscence the rev- -, church and had many friends in the speaker rovlewed the history city. Besides her mother she leaves Cumb. Phone West 191 November 21, 1915, Is the 1300th Home Phone 1913 erond M&&ffo Marquette and . three brothers and one sister, of Notre Damo. anniversary of the death of St. THE .... Allouez and the great La Salle are Columbanus. Ho was born In West STITHTON. among the men who visited the site Leinstor, Ireland, in 543, and died of the university in those early days. at iBobblo, Italy, November 21, Last Sunday in St. Patrick's Few men of his ago' aro so 615 Lator Father Badln, tho first prie3t well ordained In the United States, made church at Stlthton the Rev. Father known. An "Kalian monk of his spot his headquarters for the Ruff published the banns of Miss community has left us his biography this XirCOXFORATED Northwestern Indian missions. His Nellie French, daughter of Charles and his own writings extant are remains now llo under tho little log French, and iClarenco iHowlctt, son numerous. Tho latter show groat chapel on the old mission site. of John Howlett. learning and prove a Mrs, J. ffil. Lynch, of West Point, scholar as well asthat he was Ho Founders' day at Notro Damo was a week announced tho engagement studied under Abbot Slnellsaint. this formerly President's day. at Lough of bor daughter, Miss Katberlno Erne, and during his student days Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excelled Swat (LexLynch, to L. P. Rransome, of composed a creditable commentary SUFFERING HARDSHIPS. The date QRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. Perhaps tho real and funda- ington. yet been for their marriage on the iPsalms. Hq then went to tho Fifth Sts. set. Monastery of Bangor, on tho coaeit why missionary has not mental Teason of Down, whose Ahbot was St. priests in our own luxurious United Comgall. He joined JOHN B. monastic FRANK States aro suffering hardships Itbat MAGNIFICENT MONSTRANCE. order and stayed until the wds forty, he seventeenth century missionaries One of the grandest works of art when with twelve companions he woro acquainted with is becauso the vast majority of American 'Catholics produced In this century is said to be wonit as a missionary to tho Conaro unacquainted with their needs. the magnificent gold monstrance tinent, after staying a short time in Our Catholic missionaries suffer which His Holiness tho Popo has England. He and his companions Funeral Directors apostolic work cold and hunger; they suffer every- donated to the Cathedral of Bologna continued their as a token of affection for his old through Itho different countries of thing including spiritual inconEmbaimers. veniences, and the great reason is diocese. Tho monstrance is of mass- Europe. iHe founded the Abbey of sur- Luxeull in France. Ho went to Italy simply ithlst Their fellow Catholics ive gold, artistically chased, 512 LAY STREET. 508, 510 IM3JBr.3ie ATVJ&X9V& do not realize their want. If they mounted by a cross made of Oriental in 612 and founded the Abbey of Tho base Bobblo, where he continued to reside TELEPHONE 2 did It 1b Inconceivable that they pearls and amethysts. Tetesaesa 16i2. liOUISVZLCLB. KT. would not stretch forth a helping consists of Oriental stone, on which until his death. 'As ndticed some hand Ito relieve fheir necessities, es- scenes of the Five Glorious Mysteries lll&Ue while ago, there has been founded in Ireland a society of pecially as most Catholics realize of the Rosary are represented. Books First Communion Knights of St. Columbanus, patthe truth of the axiom that what Is OATnOLIO NAVY CHAPLAIN. given to the poor Is given to God, terned after (the Knights of Colum- who Tepays generously. And who is oftbus 4n this country, ROSARIES . Rev. Eugene Burke, D. D poorer than a missionary? There are Jersey City, "has been appointed a SCAPULAR MEDALS many people who owe somethog to chaplain in the United States navy ACTORS' RETREAT. the missions. They have received to succeed Rev. Joseph M. F. See ear lew beolc, "IIew te Get graJeee and favors, both spiritual and The first annual retreat of the diva your Bays an eosofttloa taat will who died at Annapolis while NORTON BUILDING yrj)j tbsm for life. Ma.ried." temporal. They could give in (thanks- preparing to accompany the cadets Catholic Actors' Guild of America N.W. Cirner Fourth and Jeffersu giving. Such a gift Is like a per- to an Francisco on ithelr summer opened Sunday In the Church of St. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGfc Xvery Deyetiemal Artiste here. petual prayer for (the donor. There cruise. Dr. Burke is an alumnus of Malachy, Broadway and Forty-nint- h Me trouble te shew feeds. US W. mrcway, ILoslaTiU Xy. aro many priests anxiously awaiting the North American College in street. New York, and continued FOURTBBK PROVINCES. by tho them. (Donations may be sent to Cendcoti Rogers Church Goods Co. The Catholic church In the United the office of tbe Catholio'Ohuroh Ex- Rome, where he distinguished him- until Wednesday, under the direction d&Mlo&I, SoiMitlac XaverUa Brothwft &b4 BitaiaoM self in hie studies, winning the de- of tbe obapiain, Rev. Joseph F. States la divided Into fourteen gree of doctor of theology. He has Delany, D. D. The sermons were Courses, repsjratery EeprWBtJ Larxt tension Society, located im. tbe 139 S. FOURTH AYE. JMUIIM4 arnn. wlmaaln fooi. wu prorinees. building, Chicago. been assigned to the Connecticut preached by Rev. John Talbot Smith, StHBB. x rsna X4ratt. Br. Jaatss, Die. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. within our modern society and the utter failure of Protestantism to C. P. RENDER SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND meet tho social or individual needs JERSEY DAIRY of men has turned the attention of DEPOSIT BANK many thinkers to that period which Ico Cream Manufacturer preceded our present .age. Discovery Fourth and Central Aveane Special Prices to Churches and as a consequence is being made that Picnics Interest Paid On Time Deposits the pursuit of knowledge in many Both Phones unbelievable forms flourished in that We Solicit Your Business First and Collcgo Strccte much abused tlmo. Even to natural sclenco, of which our present generation so proudly and with some justice claims as Its CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y HOME PHONE 88 own, the medieval scholars furnished contributions. A very striking example of this fact has been brought to. the attention of the learned world of late In tho recent translation from J tho Latin Into German, by tho dls tlngulshed Prof. Wuerschmldt, of the University of Erlangen, of tho work of the Dominican Father Dietrich on "The Theory of the Rainbow." This volume was compiled between the years 1304 and 1310, in, tho very heart of tho middle ages, and has won, particularly since Its translaTtTiAtTtiTtSl)tttI Tstt?euiTiiTsstisfstnif tion, the praise and commendation of many learned men. Prof. Hellmann, for example, tho renowned meterologlst of Hamburg, Germany, declares that "It Is the greatest achievement of Its kind In the West during the middle ages." 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, It Is also, ho sas, a valuable contribution to the science with which It deals. And of Its author the well known Max Jacobl says: "Master Dietrich was tho first one to discover that the rainbow originates through tho double breaking and one reflex IHOI?I3JJS. of the rays of the sun In tho rainX Climb. Main 2908-- a Homo City 2008 drop. Wo have to thank him for the first correct design of tho path of l4"H"l"frM"M-lM-H-H"I"l"- H HII the ray as It enters and leaves the little sphere." Each particular period of history, It must bo romembered, aside from the correct or destructive 'ethical views which may exist, has u peculiar department of human ondeavor in which it excels. This Is tho secret of true human progress. There can AL. S. SMITH, PROP. be no doubt that today natural sclenco Is better understood than at any other tlmo. In many other subjects, however, wo must admit that we aro deficient. And when wo find. as In this case, that even upon our ' BOTH PHONES 810. ravorito study wo have not obtained a monopoly, wo should bo slow to set up our era and ourselves as tho acme of learning and enlightenment. The middle ages, product of true Chris- tlan thought, havo many wondrous things to teach us. Profitable for all of us would bo tho moro Intense 6tudy of tho ages of faith and an undivided Christianity. C. B. of C. V. HENRY SCHUH 1403 8ouh Seventh Street Homo Telephone 2147 Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries Meat and Vegetable Market In tho stock vocabulary of our Fine Teas and Coffee "modern scholars" there Is no phrase Butter a Specialty used with more ease and assurance ARTHUR A. WILL than "the darkness of tho middle age." If an orator or an editor or an historian wishes to express the very essence of human ignoiance and degradation the bugaboo of tho pre2131 Montgomery Street formation era is ushered forth Into the speech or printed page. The Home Phone Shawnee 1010 tradition of tho Protestant revolt has done Its work well, and tho expresWM. ISGRIGG sion is as a rule made and received as a matter no longer even requiring SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR confirmation. Progress and InvenIs discovery tion and valuable 4105 Henry Street thought to be a peculiar product of Home Phone, Shawneo 1383-tho historical period in which we live. Investigation would of course have C. G. STIGLITZ & SONS shown tho fallacy of such an indictment against the medieval era, as it MANUFACTURERS has; done to not a few men in the past. And today, painfully and Louisville Made Furnaces sfowly, investigation is being made 210-22- 2 Into the real conditions of the midS. Ninth St. dle ages. The chaos and uncertainty Home Phone City 2542 DARKNESS GROWING BRIGHTER Hollenbach's Wine House KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprietor Importer and Dealer In WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street CHARLES WILLMAN PLUMRER Home Phone City 1396 1204 BUILDER West Market Street B. H. BUETER VETERINARY SURGEON HORSE SHOEING 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET Home Phono, City 2365 Cumb. S. 981 Home, City 981 L. MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET CONFECTIONER AND CATEKKS Weddings and Parties Given Special Attention Charles Wolf, Manager mViViVVVVVVVIVVVVVVVVV Je Je BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. JVXaiia T T MUUuuuuwviiuuiUvuUHuuvuuuauui DOUGHERTY S22 3Etst S3r33t. McEfM Funeral Directors BOTH and Embalmersl M"M'W"M-t-M-W-!-t-W"MH. I ,H)Ct)g40gessea I E'ftDAN W SMITH'S SON. Funeral Director and Embaimer :809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET. i9f94 Kst-asj4- GERMAN BANK MONUMENTS ' ftsssssSsssssssssssva issswtsssssssssssssa BssHvssssssssssssssssI ' . WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. &ti&$ m " Markers and Mausoleums. Send for our illustrated designs and prices. Large and new stock to select from all high class work. and Market WALTERS' and H.B0SSES0N and New Muldoon Monument Co. 652 South Third St. Holiday Gifts Reserved oh Pari Payment. Clay Street Brewery FRED ERHART ARCHITECT 33 O B DIAMONDS, 610 Xy HNear E 551 S. Shelby, WATCHES, Ifc , Giiestmit JEWELRY Everything: guaranteed Watch and jewelry repairing a specialty. HERRMANN IMPMTERS BROS. LrQUt Ken- Mc-Glnf- FINE WINES AND ers in Finest Barnds ef Distillers and Wholesale Deal. tucky Whiskies, especially. eocle-siastle- al iek Pearl of Nelsons BOTTLED TtttsiMM ims; IN BONO. im s mm softr JBTrXJOJKY IRISH AJSdn&JmxCAJ&m eeeeeoeeeeeeeeeee$ . HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. . jBACONasoH5 INCORPORATED Prediction That Quinine Shortly Will Advance to $3 an Ounce. IRELAND. HMHMIHIIHMMmiMHMIIIIMIIHimil W Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. Division evening. 4 Jecord of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled What are you eoirfjr to do for From Exchanges. a remedy for Chills, Malaria or Fever? .TAKE i Herman Straus rOURTH AVENUC tHCOffP&WeO sons ' j MARKET STREET Another Remedy cently heldrecruiting meeting was reWE CARRY A REPRESENTATIVE LINE OF In Ballymoto. It was iDlvlBlon 1 will meet next Thursthe best remedy known for very poorly attended. Is day evening. Michael Magulro, Arva, was The open meetings being held these conditions and is independ dead on tho road near Toome, found tUreo ent of the quinine market. throughout Ohio aro bringing good miles from Carrlgallen. results. Guaranteed not to contain quiThe death of John Casey, fThe Ladies' Auxiliary will have a nine, arsenic or any harmful Is much regretted. Ho was booth at the iCathedral bazar at drugs. a member of the Mulllngar Rural Portland, Ore. AND WE'RE GLAD TO OFFER THEM District Council. AT REASONABLY LOW PRICES. z. Bottle $1.00 The Hibernian Social Club drew a James Blakey has been appointed big attendance at itheir euchre and TO YOU AT THESE LOW PRICES. each 19c, Children's Komu-Ios- ; Rosaries; priced at, each 50c, Town Surveyor of Portadown. Tho ALL DRUGGISTS. lotto on Tuesday evening. 10c 10c 16c and vacancy was created by the death of 25c, 15c and Trade Mark Registered. One of the features of the visit William Wilson. Gold Filled Itosnrlcs; guaranWay of the Cross Rosaries; of tho national oflcers rto Dunkirk William Parkinson, Chairman of 35c teed for 20 years; each J3.00, each will be a large initiation. tho Abbeyloix Rural District Coun? 2.50, $2.00 and $1.75 iMi8s Agnes Toohey won Beads; the Blessed Sacrament cil, was appointed Justice of tho 8c Sacred Heart Manual; priced popularity contest and will bo queen each 3W.WEPeaco for Queen's county. 25c at 50c and of tho Hibernian carnival at Chester, Rosary of the Seven Dolors; The most Reverend Henry O'Neill, t Pa. For Cool FEVER REMEDY 10c Men's Vest Tockct Prajcr each the Bishop of Dromoro, dlod on Octo-br- e iHlbernians of the country will HONE GCNUInC THIS SlCNATUft Hooks, $1.00, 75c, 50c and... 25c 8 at his residence at Nowry. Ho Rosary of the Five Wounds; hope for tho success of the undertakMighty Specials in Col- - $5.50 was consecrated Bishop In 1901. 10c Children's Prayer Books; each Blankets 1 each . . . , ing to eerct a building for tho order By nineteen votes to twelvo, tho 25c 35c and in St. Paul. ored Blankets Gold Filled Rosaries; ten and $4.25 Nowry GunrdlanB Key of Heaven; priced at, fifteen years guarantee; each The campaign for new members aH LESELTA REMEDIES COMPANY, a nun as matron decided to appoint of tho workhouse, ; 50c Children's Bed Blank-'.- '. 100 pairs of 75c each, $1.00, 50c and 50c Portland, Ore., closed last Sunday, $1.00 and Incorporated in room of Mrs. Wauchope, resigned. n etc; size 40x68; per pair. .39c when candidates were Blankets; sizo 66x80; jn Louisville, Kentucky. At a meeting of tho Listowell CarSee our line of Statues, Crucifixes, Bible, Shrine Lampp, put through. red and black plaid color negie Free Library Committee, held . 75c Gray Bed Blankets; size Candlesticks, Scapular Medals, etc. Members of tho order In London COMING EVENTS. only; $5.50 values, for. .$4.25 In Llstowel, Mrs. A, Gleeson, Town ;: 50x72; per pair 65c presented an address and a souvenir Clerk, was unanimously appointed to J. D. Nugent, M. P., in celebration $1.00 Gray Bed Blankets; October 26 Euchre and lotto at librarian. 66x80 Blankets of his election. 75c size 60x74; per pair St Ann's school hall, Seventh and Stephen MacDonagh has been apannouncement that tho quar- Davies, afternoon and evening. The $5.50 EDW. A. AXMAN HOME PHONE CITY 3238 DAN J. HENNESSY $1.25 Tan Bed Blankets size pointed Assistant County Surveyor to terly meetings would bo resumed by October 28 Euchre and lotto for the Leitrlm Co.unty Council. For 66x80; per pair 89c A complete line of tho County Board has been received Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. benefit of Miss Jennlo Giles at some years he was a professor at St $1.75 Tan Bed Blankets: with much interest. Blankets, including white Joseph's, Balllnasloe. The Massachusetts State Board of- Trinity Council Hall. size 72x80; per pair $1.25 and plaid; size 66x80, at County Court Judge Wakely, at October 29 'Euchre and lotto, fers a substantial prize to tho divis$2.00 White, Gray or Tan reduced price of $5.50 T ion making tho largest net increase afternoon and evening, in Bertrand the opening of tho Roscommon Quaruett extra uianKets; Hall,, for benefit of St. Louis Ber- - ter Sessions, was Dresentprl with n 1 next. before July 72x84 pair" of white gloves, there being no X heavy; size 74x80; largest Blankets The contest between the Ladles' trand's church. $5.75 Auxiliary and the divisions for the November 4 size, each 91.50 Euchre and lotto criminal cases ror trial. A. McCarthy, Rural District Counflag offered by National .President at Sisters of .Mercy Hall, afternoon UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street McLaughlin is still on. cillor, was thrown from a cart In 2 75x88 Jacquard Blankets A large assortment of and evening. Blankets; sizo 72x Mrs. Mary MoWhorter was greeted February 16 Carnival at Trinity Bantry, and one of the wheels passBaby Blankets ing over his body ho received such by a tremendous audience on Thurs Council club houso for ono week. $4$4$33$JkS$Jm$j 84; up from $5.75 injuries that ho succumbed in hosday night in Indianapolis, when, sho Teddy Bear and Bunny Baby Jacquard Robe Blankets; pital. spoke for tho Ladies' Auxiliary. Good Coffee Morning Necessity Blankets, in pink, blue and sizo 75x88, including ropes and Patrick Coyle. Mohori, Ballybay, AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. In Ireland the position of the or krinklo down wool frogs, in plaids, stripes, etc., died suddenly. While engaged In his der as to homo rule is said to bo Ytu'll find that Mulloy'i Coffsi Is JUST whit yw want 39c Blankets for. . . 25c ordinary work ho complained of feelstronger today than at any period wmiu muy lasi ing weak. On returning to his houso prior to the outbreak of the war. 75c Blankets for. . . 69c $2.25 values $1.69 2 1.2 lbs. Now Blend Coffoe with State President McCarthy and Timely Record of Some Memor ho laid down in bed and immediately $1.00 Blankets for. . . 79c Special Rebate Tloket, good for lOo $2.50 values $1.89 expired. Events in tho Catholic are accompanying able Secretary Donahue . in trndo $1.50 Blankets for. . .$1.25 $3.50 values $2.75 Tho death has occurred In Limer the national officers, who aro visit-- ' History of America. lng the New York State divisions. The Mnlloy man ia in your neighborhood ick of the Rev. Brother T. P. Coak-lea native of Rathduff, County every week Phono ua and have him call. Division 3 of Newark will present We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates Cork, who had been for fifty years seventy perfonmers when Its annual By James A. Rooney, LL. D. a member of tho Order of tho Chrisis given at tho show minstrel fft HfiiiHit mi jf,A.t ft r MtiH , Krueger Auditorium next Friday October 17, 1847 Tho Right Rov. tian Brothers. 1323-21- 2 W. MARKET ST. BOTH PHONES John Tlmon, C. M., consecrated by night. Tho death has taken place at y Bishop Hughes in St. Patrick's of William O'Connell, who The Ladies'- Auxiliary of Jersey Cathedral, New York, as first been In tho news agent business had City plan a big banquet In honor of for ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account Bishop of Buffalo, N. Y.; born at a period of sixty years. Ho the National President, Mrs. Ellon was for Conewago, with this safe, conservative, February 12, some years a member of the Town Pa., Ryan Jolly, who will visit there this 1797; ordained at St. Louis, June. Commissioners. Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more month. v 1825; died April 16, 1867. at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 ' Division 1 of Bridgeport, Conn., u Dr. Thomas J. Kelly, Ennlscorthy, renowed Its campaign to bring tho October 18, 1847 Death while mak- has written to tho Ennlscorthy Board per cent. No cost to you whatever. ing his thanksgiving after mass of or Guardians giving tho statutory membership up to 1,000 by tho isri The same courteous attention given the tho Rev. John D. Brady, pastor of tour weoKs- notice or his resignation. it initiation of a class of twenty-fiv- e depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. candidates. first Catholic church In Chtcopee, A voto of regret at Dr. Kelly's resigMass., and one of New England's nation was passed. Monday and Tuesday nights tho We're Prepared to Do It Promptly great pioneer priests. Ladles' Auxiliary of Minneapolis At a recruiting meeting held reStyle. and in First-Clas- s will present the famous comedy October Under the Big Clock 19, 1774 Jean Baptlste cently at Ballyborough, the speakers Second and Market drama, "Green Stockings," for tho Faribault, Indian trader and were frequently Interrupted. One State Government Siipervinion. Holy Rosary church. benefit of founder of Faribault, Minn., born very disconcerting interruption was: Capt. Jerry Hallahan, or (Division at Berthier, Canada; built chapel "Who attacked the Christian Broth i, who sustained a fractured arm in 1840 for Father Luclen Galtler, ers at Ballycastlo?" while In the employ of the city, is Mlses Josephine Hewitt fin re 2f'VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVViVVVVVVVVVV1 Minnesota's first resident mission much improved but still confined to ary; died August 20, 1860. ligion sister Mary Perpetual, daughhis home on North Twentieth street. ter of J. Hewitt, Nenagh, and sister 1841 Ladles' Auxiliary 6 of Utica, N. October 20, born In Tho Rev. Gabriel of Rov. P. J. Hewitt, Roscrea, has A. Healy New York City; eighY., la&b week celebrated its ordained in St. Patrick's Cathe- been professed at the Convent bf St. Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, teenth anniversary with an excellent o years John of God, Wexford. dral in 1864; for supper In Hibernian Hall and the Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. At tho meeting of the Westport pastor of St. Bernard's church, presentation of a gold piece to tho street, New Board of Guardians J. McGovern West Fourteenth esteemed President, Miss Sarah was elected Chairman of the District Dance and Wedding Invitations York; died July 3, 1911. Mirtinr. October 21, 1775 Father Pedro Council in room of tho late John a Specialty. Walsh, and J. Burns was unanimousAPPRECIATION. Font, O. F. M., started from ly elected Chairman of the Board of HOME PHONE 946. Mexico, with Anza's expediLabels good for picture show tickets, any kind of I tion and reached the Aroyo of San Gurdians. At the last meeting of the Twin trading stamps, r many other useful articles carried J City League, the Catholic baseball Francisco, site of the future city, DOWN TO WORK. resolution was a organization, March 26. 1776; died at Mission $ in our premium rooms. adopted thanking Dolan & Co., the Pltlque, Sonora, September 6, Tho meeting of Trinity Council on VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVWVWWV'WVW 1781. local retail tobacco dealers, for the TrCXBE5T. publication of the score card during October 22, 1871 Death while pas- Monday night was interesting for 31 L those present, when the Carnival tho season, this being considered by tor of St. Paul's church, Black- - Committee reported that meetings WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS the officers and directors as one of stone, Mass., of the Rov. Henry were being held rogularly and much the biggest factors in the league's Mario Smyth, civil war chaplain of work accomplished. The Gymnasium success. The card contained tne tho Catholic Irish regiment. Ninth Commltteer announced ithat a Junior official lineups of each of the eight Massachusetts Volunteers; born In class was being organized for boys teaniB, the lcaguo standing and other Monaghan, Ireland, and educated Detween tweivo and sixteen yeara. interesting matter, In addition to a at St. McCarten's College there. Thin class will be open to all boys of one of the photograph each week October 23, 1908 Death of Lieut. and will meet every Friday afterleague stars. Edward Moale, U. S. N at Catons-vlll- noon. Saturday night's Indoor base Liulics'.'Suits Cleaned and Pressed near Baltimore; born at ball game was close and exciting, $1 .00 VERDIN. KENNEY Little Rock, Ark., in 1866, son of tho married men winning by a score Gcntlcmen'H Suits Cleaned and Pressed l.OO Mljr VasJimSSKLmWM& The unmarried men Gen. Edward Moale, U. S. N.; of 15 to 14. Gentlemen's Pnlm Bench Suits Cleaned and Pressed.. .COc The most popular cooking device in The most Interesting of the Oc Issued a challenge for a return in States in Jeffersonvlllo Gentlemen's Suits Sponged and Pressed 25c the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, tober weddings largo gathering was served 1882 the United death. navv game to 1)0 played In tho near from until his of witnessed by a future. This gymnasium feature will bakes perfectly and consumes the least friends and admirers Wednesday provide onuch entertalnhient for the COULDN'T FOOL HIM. morning In St. Augustine's church, possible amount of gas. mombors. rto tho when Boman J. Verdln led young A It is made t last. altar Miss "Rose Frances Konney. atnru.certain winl nnt.tn church...tilchoir Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. wn ST. ANN'S EUCHRE. IMU VOktlkV 1UUU Willi Ui- Rev. Michael Halpin, tho pastor, OlIlblTi tnl celebrated the nuptial high mass and fices In ithe Todd building drives a A euchre and lotto for the benefit performed the marriage ceremony. motor car of popular Teputatlon. and Tho bride is tho daughter of John vu u. icueiii vibil ju iuu iimguuuruuuu of St. Ann's church, under tho aus Kenney and has been a favorite In or Mackln Council's homo threw a pices of tho Young Ladles Sodality, Jeffersonvllle social circles. Mr. blanket over the hood of tho car. will be given noxt Tuesday afternoon 215 WEST MARKET STREET. Verdln is a successful resident of While he was tucking the blanket and evening in the school hall. SevCincinnati, where dhe couple will ' carefully down around tho hood one enth and DavJes avenue, the games ' Qf the neighborhood youngsters to be called at 2:30 and 8:15 Bom, City 3101 Cuuib. South OOO-reside. Tickets of admission encame up and romarkod: "Oh, you o'clock. don't need to try to "hide It. I know title tho holder ito either euchro or IMPRESSIONS OF CALIFORNIA. lotto. Those living outeldo the what you've got" & parish or at some distance can take Next Wednesday night at the the Sixth street car, which runs CATHOLIO FEDERATION. INCORPORATED. meeting of tho Knights of Columdirectly ito tho hall. will be entertained bus the members Last week's meeting of ithe Cathby Col. P. H. Callahan, who will Quality Jeilico Coal. NIGUT SCHOOL OPENS. give his impressions of "California, olic Federation was one of the best Its Mission? and Expositions." Col. yet held. (Rev. iFather Thomo was Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue Callahan has traveled extenslvoly present and offered tho prayers. In The 'Educational Committee of have In California, having mado several addition to ithe Tegular organizations the Knights of Columbus opened trips to tho Golden Gate, Is a keen twenty parishes were reported by coming the night classes for tho season at the club house on observer, and has the faculty of nar President Ganz as being ready to & rating his observations in a vivid affiliate permanently. There were Fourth street, near York. This Is an and interesting manner. Doubtless a number of excellent talks on tho excellent opportunity for young men big boys' club proposed by Delegate to add to their' education. Last a largo audience will hear him. Murphy at tho preceding meeting, year's night classes were of much all agreeing that it was a step In bonofte to a largo numbor. It is tho PLEASANT SURPRISE. (he right direction. intention of .the committee to con tinue the classes In arithmetic. l"M"'"H-H-111H was given A pleasant surprise 11 Hi algebra and geometry, bookkeeping, NEWEST StrLES. on Miss Mary Margaret Hallahan H. J. BANNW, P. IANMH, JR., lXXEKCE J. KENUMN, drawing and physical architectural Sunday evening at her home, 512 toe. M jr. Wei PrM. & TrK. All the new fall styles in men's culture. Swrttjry. 713-71- 5 North Twentieth street, in honor of SOUTH SEVENTH STREET her thirteenth birthday. The homo hats are being shown by1 Schleman & TilspiMH-C- ts., S. 2S9i. KM, CHj 2399. FIRST STATE nOUSE. was thronged with young perfple, Bosse, tho Market street hatters, who & 4 carry the leading makes in both soft among whom were 'Misses Anna Rov. John Cavanaugh, C. S. C, Mary MoHugh, Loretta and stiff bats. Their fall line inHenry, Agnes MoGoff, Anna Rosel cludes blue, brown, pearl, gray, In President of Notre Dame University, who is a member of the Indiana HisA Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef Sewer nail Cnlrtrt Pise, trice, Margaret fact all the desirable colors. Butler,' Agnes torical Commission, attended an imBrown, Mary McGoff, "Mary Butler, Bannsn's Patent LMeei Pine ferSttasn CenentU, portant meeting of that body last JUDGE ItEEDY. Nonle Twohlg, Aurella Henry. ElizaWall Cental, Drain Tile, THrlfte BrteK, Z Saturday at Corydon, Ind., the site beth HalUhan, Catherine MoGoff, rira rreeHg, rise Lining, rut aricK Mayor IBuachemeyer on Monday of the first State House. This buildSarah Walker, (Mary Margaret Halla Crate and Bailer Tile, Crease' Pire Clay, Ckiaaty Tens. announced the appointment of James ing, erected when the capital of Inhan. Catherine McHugh, (Helen Anna Prioa: 'Meers. Charles P. Heedy, the well known attorney, diana was moved from the old Peerless Common OFFICE S28 WEST JEFFERSON Extra Latter Deemond, Kenneth Klmbel, John as Uudgp ,pro tern of the Police Catholic city of Vinceonee to Corydon, la still standing. Father T Hallahan, Charlie Martin, Allan Court, who will act during the HOVsl PHONMCITYS73M7I6. CUMB. MAIN j of JudKe Samuel J. Boldrlclc. Cavnnaugh also attended the diaDoe to the great demand we are aow BOTTLING COMMON, Brennan, Tbomati SoMilon, Thomw I W0Kks-..lStfepopular one mond Jubilee of the famous eoavent Walker, Martin iMurphy, Edward The uplntm8nt ds Mri if you have tried the rest get the BEST. Break, as4Mgsita Ays., ti&. on Klsibel. Joan Boyle and " Robert and meeta with the aanroval of tw school of St. Tl I H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HI H 1 PHONES Hem 5fswnee 96 d ?9. Cumberland Wert 9. . Qoeriag. 1 1 Til tench and iKW Wednesday. H III I M will meet noxt Monday Lesclia Fever Right Now Is the Time You Need RELIGIOUS GOODS Clon-moyl- e, BLANKETS Just the Thing Nights. 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