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Kentucky Irish American: October 30, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915103001_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: October 30, 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 Msh American VOLUME XXXV. NO. 18. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. our good currency for the revoluCOMING KVKNTS. ,n majority o' between 5,000 and tionary flat money. (6,000. The candidates for Judicial In view of these things, tho moanNovember 3 Benefit ouchre and uuuurs are an nrioa ana true and a ing of Carranza's recognition by tho lotto for St. Aloyslus church, Peweo veto for Judge F.eld, Judge Gordon, poers is clear. It is Valley, at Trinity Y. M. J. Mall, BaxJudge Lincoln, Judge Klrby, Judgo Indeed a crime against the most ter and Morton. Ray, Arthur Wallace and Harry RobIdeals of liberty and democinson is the duty of every good 4 Euchre and lotto Oarranza's Recognition Means sacred Tho actions of our own ad- Ringing Endorsement of Judge November Mercy" racy. citizen. Tho same applies to Joe Wierd Years Arc Passed at Sisters of Hall, afternoon ' ministration deserve tho strongest AroHnd Itavlshmcnt of Liberty and Walter Lincoln For KeHuffaker, who has made a succcss-'u- l and evening. condemnation. They have allowed and Believed in tho Bigot Commonwealt'h's Attorney, while Democracy. November 10 'Reunion and anni- Elcction. " Americans to So ruthlessly killed, Ivorsary of Catholic Knights and Predictions Point to Democratic li Is the bounden duty of every Fraternity. Sisters and priests to bo brutally Democrat who has the Interest of Victories, Stato and Ladles alt iRoblnson Hall, Seventeenth mistreated, and havo not only not the pa"rty at heart to give Frank rand Market. protested ngalnst these but Local. Dugan a banner majority because ot Story of Mexico's Prospective have actually assisted things, per- Issues Letter For Democratic NovemDer iu-- ii tho uard party enhis faithful and untiring work in Can'tBlanic Catholics petrators of these outrages by counFor Sometertainment for Sts. alary and ElizaPresident and His Awful tho Tanks of the party for years. AlJudicial Ticket That Is beth Hospital. sel and advice and by Tendering It times Losing Their ways giving Ithe best that was in Deeds. Significant. easy for these marauders to purchase (November 23 'Bourke Cochran's Democrats Awako From Their him and fighting when opportunities Patience. arms. It is time that Washington were not so bright as recent years, led ure, 'A iPlea for Peace." Apathy and Aro Bnttling awaken from its day dreams and fine he has earned any reward and honor Fobruary 16 Carnival at Trinity Earnestly. learn tho real meaning that tho party may bestow on him. Displays Childicsli Inefficiency speeches and and "humanity" Council club house for one week. cf "liberty" Aside from that, his splendid record A Peculiar and Has Served on tho Bench and State of Mind For C B. of C. V. "democracy." and Love of Pomp and as Wharf master cntl'les him to the Knows 'Whereof He Which There Seems No vote of every independent and year, on Christmas day, three masses Display. Speaks. IlKILLIANT WEDDING. are celebrated by each priest, but Louisville Herald Scents Dig Re- citizen who believes In good govern Keincdy. ment. that is the only time. On Sunday, publican Fund and Deserts The wedding of Miss Jcanette if necessary, he may celebrate two, Progressives. Dannenbold to Henry J. Mazzonl, TIERNEY SULLIVAN. but one each aay is what he Is supOUTRAGES UPONMEXICANPEOPLE one of the most brilliant events of ALL ARE WORTHY posed to say. MEN The marriage of Miss Edna Tler-no- y FOR OUR the fall season, was solemnized with nuptial high mass Wednesday mornand Dan J. Sullivan was solRECENT DEATHS. ing at St. John's church, tho Roy. CLOSING RALLY THIS EVENING emnized Wednesday morning at St. In the city of Washington the Georgo W. Schuhmann officiating. Brlgld's church, tho Rov. Father Tho Kentucky ilrish American has Early Monday morning death ,a rooent issue of the PhilaJansen officiating. representatives of several South The church was decorated In palms, received from Judge Ma) t OlDoherty claimed Miss Kate Klrwan, aged The church, which was elaborately decorated with delphia Sunday Evening (Reporter American republics and of the ferns and bay trees, tho pown for the following letter, which he has fifl.y-si- x years. She was tho sister palms and ferns, was thronged with appeared the following happy United States havo met and decided, the families being marked off with of Edward Klrwan, 1436 South 'The big Democratic rally at holding for the time at least, tho fate of Mex- whito standards men white Floyd street, nnd Mrs. Joseph Vetter. Masonic Temple tonight closes the friends and admirers of the happy might from which well take a hlnJt that would ico. "Watchful waiting" had been chrysanthemums tied with white Her funeral took nlace Wednesday campaign for that party, and with couple, both of whom havo been In many ways prove found to be disastrous, and so it was tulle. Miss Elsie Mazzonl was tho morning from St. Philip Nerl churcn, fair weather an overflow (meeting Is prominent in the leading society 'tPnAfAntnnl. ure a beneficial: circles of the weiro- tmnking proposed, after tho unhappy coun- maid of honor and Robert E. Kern The bride's Rev. Father Ackormann conducting expected. The Committee of Ar- of honor and city.. attendant wasmaid lot. They can attribute ifo - Mm rtry south of the Rio Grande had was best man. The groomsmen inher UC Church the services. rangements havo secured a splendid olotnf riaa only ,! and to Cnlhollrn Tnnro Tln..,n,. been looted and despoiled, that an cluded Theodore F. Martin and Willarray of speakers and (tho audience John H. Beck was the best 'man. ?,unn'nf.a?,d lneenious deviltry than attempt be made to save its charred iam O. Dannonhold. Tho bride wore (Miss Julia Lambert, for many Is sure to hear good aro a gown of white satin draped in years employed at tho Kentucky In- doctrine propounded. old Democratic The bride wore a charming costume Lno. tat.no"cs tnoy really capable of. and barren ruins. Venustlano The speakers bellovo whole-cou- rt .niy ao tho darling of tho present princess lace and tulle. Tho bodico stitute for the Blind, died Tuesday are ns follows: Hon. A. O. Stanley, of bridal satin and tulle made with charges train fastened at the shoulders !,,S!y.u m5?L absurl administration, by a strange but not was squaro neck and had long morning at her homo, 219 Ohio Hon. Ollle James, iHon. J. Hamilton " Catholics, but they have unexplalnnblo irony, is the man to sleeves of tulle, while tho court train The long street. Stricken with a complica- Lewis, Hon. J. Thomas Heflln, Hon. with orange blossoms. called whom tho conferees havo donated was held at the shouldors with tion of diseases last June, sho had William Allen Cullop and Hon. tullo veil was worn over the face. foiWfnf. Tadlcals , " times carried a shower bouquet ot ffJS11! borne her suffering with, patience Swagar Sherley. The meeting will tho ofllce of President in tho south- orange blossoms. Her princess lace amo ridiculous things. roses and llllies of the valley "1 ern republic. Tho real significance veil was worn off the faco and nnd fortitude, and strengthened by be called alt 8 o'clock sharp. by a bandeau of orange botJ ln.,tho and consequences of such an act are the last sacraments was prepared Several of ithe above speakers Tho maid of honor wore a gown of tiol Sho carried apparent enough when it is under- blossoms. a shower blue trimmed with tiny for the summons. Surviving her Is wore on the State Democratic special nnCihiUf he? & a sister, Miss Mary Lambert. Tho and they report that their trip did pink roses, with sliver hat, and car- -' J stood, as Thomas Woodlock points bouquet of HlHes of the valley. The Vn8?IJWrfM?dodi PT funeral was held Thursday morning a whole lot to counteract the apathy ried yellow chrysanthemums tied SrSciivttv out in a letter to the New York maid of honor wore a gown of pink 'i."1? from tho Church of the (Blessed Sac- mat nau neon prevailing an the with tulle. Tho ushers were Messrs. jXrl ttetnartv S ?i practlcal Evening Post of October 13, that satin combined with rose point lace rament, Rev. Father O'Sulllvan cele- party ranks. This apathy was caused J. E. Tlerney and Herman Erhart with angel sleeves. The waist 1& ffBffc B,m ? the second of tho "assurances" that made brating the mass of requiem. by a tho conferees have received from was cut with squaro neck and the principally by ttfXurch otho" of The ceremony was followed DemocraltB throughout Carranza declares "that persons con- skirt was made round length. Her tho Btate, wedding breakfast nt tho home of prno int h n With feelings of deep regret tho many believing that the big majority tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ertants and th?n u.,rt?n2 nected with any religion in Mexico hat had a pink crown and silver lace many friend3 of Mrs. Mary Short, of Stanley in the primary would be Edward T, Tlerney, on Highland will bo permitted to return to Mexico brlnf. She carried a shower bouquet : 1...":, beloved wife of James Short, learned repeated in the general eleotlon, this nvenue. , Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan In v.im im and will be secure in life and prop- at Mrs. Ward's roses. The coremony i i of her death. Tuesday night at tho optimistic feeling giving tho Re- the evening loft for Chicago, and on around and belleved implicit erty if thoy had not and will not was followed by a breakfast at tho JUDGE MATT O'DOHERJTY. inihe home of her mother, Mrs. Mary publicans a chance for their return will go to housekeeping hient frnifnrnifw t participate in politics." Which of homo of tho bride's parents, Mr. and e -.. fw i o n "" ."--" course simply means that priests and Mrs,. J. F. Dannenhold, in Cherokee sent to a number of his friends in King, 1121 West Jefferson street. work, and to that end they "havo tii in. aiciiuu. wi.b among certain ravorlto pastime thirty-tw- o years of worked with a vengeance. The polMrs. Short was prominent Catholics will bo denied Drive. The house was decorated tho city and county hilarious CatholIcB to secure tho conKy., Louisville, SISTER'S GOLDEN JUBILEE. political privileges in that country in white chrysanthemums and potted October 26, ago and was beloved by all who icy of the Republicans was to havo fidence of some Protestant and tell under the benign rule of Sonor Car plants. Tho bride's table, set In the 1915. Dear Sir: I take it that, like know her. Five months ago sho was some ono go Into a large railroad him Kama Wplrri (tnln ......Ml. DUU1B'nhnut anmn, ..w . a r. (i was ornamented with all good citizens, you feel deeply and taken 111 and a complication of ail- shop or manufacturing establishment ranza. A very happy and enlight- dining-roooiHier auiesiu, a ..f oisier oi unaruy thing In connection with tho Cath- ened solution indeed of our blunder- silver baskets filled with lilies of the particularly Interested in llho elec- ments caused her death. She Is sur- and slyly circulate the old bun- of Nazareth, will celebrate on All olic church. This playing of pranks valley and roses. Mr. and Mrs. tion of tho Judges who are to pre- vived by hor husband, a daughter, combe argument labout the Demo- Saints' day the golden Jubilee of her on (Protestants might bo a subject ing in Mcxicol As Florenco Elgin, a for gobs of hysterical laughter it It A better understanding of the Mazzonl left later In the afternoon side Jn tho courts of this county for Mary Anna Short; two sisters, Misses crats being tho cause of hard times. profession. tho next six years. I itherefore take Evelyn and Margaret King, and four This method of campaigning has present chapter in our Mexican re- for a wedding trip. Among tho she entered Nazareth wasn't for the fact the liberty of calling to your atten- brothers, Harry, T. A., J. J. and A. C. won many votes for the Morrow Academy as a pupil. Sho was bap- - can not bo laughed that Protestants guests were Miss Ethel lations can be obtained from the first out of 'inside of Chicago; Miss Grace Maz- tion tho names which appear on the King The funeral was conducted cause, as many workingmen were tlzed and received Into tho church truff which thev havo Boo.nr.il of a short series of articles appearin ing in tho current issues of the Out- zonl, of New York; Miss Gertrude enclosed slip. All but two of Itliose from St. James' church yesterday misled by the hnrd times fable, and during her school days, and later, this way. We know of many abso this will serve to decrease Stanley's after completing her two years lutely Impossible tales tholt. practical look, written by Edward Bell, author Cowan, of Hamilton, Mo.; Miss Katie named have already served this com- morning. .. majority, which will bo about course, sho immediately entered tho jokers nave confided to-of "Tho Political Shame of Mexico." May Krelger, of Lexington, and D. munity faithfully and efficiently In the high offices for which they 20,000, this beng far short of what novitiate of the community. On All that have even appeared This first article is entitled "Car- Cassell Hinton, of Pcoriu, 111. IMPRESSIVE EXERCISES. later in now seek and (Messrs. the State ticket deserves. Saints' day, 1865, Sister Salesla Protestant papers as bona-fld- o ranza, a Criminal Solution," and reev o Wallace and Robertson aro too well This method, coupled mnde her final vows as a Sister of idence of the terrible workings of MOURN HER DEATH. Impressive exercises marked the veals quite clearly tho story of that known to need any endorsement laying of the cornerstone with careful nursing ot ithe negro Charity. From that day on her life the 'Romanists.' man and of his policies. If a Catholic in It shows of tho now In the death of Mrs. Catherine from me. You are probably Der- - St. Augustlno's school in Jefferson-vlll- o vote, has been the policy of the has been one of hard, cheerful labor good part tries to put a Protestant the miserably weak and vacillating Chilton-Searc- y sonally acquainted with all of the combination in charge in the cause of education. get character of Carranza; that for ex- Baldwin, wife of the late John Bald- gentlemen, last Sunday. Preceding the of tho local Republican campaign, years havo been spent almost Her friend straight and ass him to ceaso but certainly with our en- -, making a genuine ample he had been originally of the win, which occurred at the family of himself by mutual friend and associate. Hon. ceremonies there was a long parade, and as out In the State, tho tirely In teaching music at Naz- - believing such yarns, he is open to "cientiflco" group, deserting "the residence, 333 North Tw6nty-slxt- h Walter P. (Lincoln, who seeks re headed by Col. P. J. Breen and the of the Democrats gave areth, Holly Springs, Miss., St. e be- streot, Tuesday morning, tho comsuspicion of being a 'Jesuit in sinking Diaz ship a few months as fore It foundered," and making a munity in which sho lived loses one election tho Judge ot Ithe Third divis- uniformed commanderies of the fhem an opportunity nto gain ground. cent's Academy and Lexington. Sis-- 1 disguise,' who is only seeking to ion of Jefferson Circuit Court. Knights of St. John of tho Falls Hurdy-gcrd- y and orchestras ter Salesla is at present at Sts. Mary laugh away something that is really deal with Madero which gave him whose daily lifo was a most forcible Like the Governorship of his Province, example of true Christian woman- Judge his associates on tho bench. Cities, the Hibernians, Knights of have infested our streets this past and Elizabeth' Hospital, where the true. Lincoln has made a splendid Columbus and other societies. Rev. week, all bearing the advertisement, Sisters will do all In their power to ' "It is surely a peculiar state whoro ho displayed a childish inef- hood and an exemplary ono for all. of ficiency and love of foolish pomp and Mrs. Baldwin was born in Kanturk, record in tho court over which he Michael Halpin, pastor of St. Augus- '1Back to Morrow and prosperity," make tho occasion a happy one for mind that Protestants and other anti-hpresided with raro ability, and tine's, officiated at the cornerstone all of this expense being borne by r years ago, and has Ireland, Her many former pupils Catholics have worked thomsolves show. you special laying, assisted the tnatit It also shows what the ascendancy camo to this country while a young to vote win aiioru and for Ithe pleasure of Henryville, by Rev. J. J. Ryan, year Eastern trusts who hopo next throughout Kentucky and other Into and wo know of no remedy. It's for him judicial to elect a Republican national States will be glad to learn that she another ono of thoso things that and a number of other of this man has already meant to his girl. For many years she had been on A great gathering was ticket and again feed at the public Is still the cheerful, happy religious time will have to erase, but wo con- country. "The whole- a devout member of St. Cecilia's ticket no which his name appears r priests. have Very respectfully present and listened to an eloquent trough so popular in the days of of bygone days. fess we can't blamo Catholics for sale looting of rich Mexicans' houses parish, from whoro the funeral was yours, doubt. MATT O'DOHERTY." President und patriotic address by Judgo Mark Manna. somotlmes losing patience with the in Mexico City and elsewhere, thor- held Thursday morning. Father The endorsement given by Judgo James W. Fortune. Tho cornerstono Fairbanks has made a special tour UNIVERSITY COLLECTION. oughly as it has been attended to, Cfaney, who was celebrant of tho O'Doherty by his numbskull element of their Protletter to the Demoestant brothers. has not been the feature of this mass of requiem, also officiated at cratic judicial ticket is significant. boro an appropriate inscription, and of Kentucky speaking for Morrow On the first Sunday in Advent the business which definitely established tho funeral of her husband twenty- - Ho ought to know whereof he a sealed box that was placed in an and the (Republican ticket, this being "Anothor more serious criticism of opening contained a history of tho done In exchange for this State's annual collection in favor of tho Protestantism is the undeniable fact Its heartless vandalism. That which seven years ago. This is tho third speaks. Judge O'Doherty has the church and parochial school. Tho vote in the next 'Republican national Catholic University of America does this is tho destruction of the death in this family within the past raro distinction a cortain class will that of them having two sucHis hard homes and tho means of sustenance nine months, the others being her cessors among of present Judges, school Is to cost $35,000 and 'will convention. untimely times speeches be .taken up in all tho Catholic ' absolutely do not bellevn that nnv the Just now, when churches throughout be ono of tho best eoulnDed in In are a little of tho poor." The followers of Car- daughter, Mrs. John T. McQuese, and is much attached tho country. Catholic should hold public office of each of of tho ranza are even in this regard much and a granddaughter, Mary Cath- them. Judge O'Dohertyto was,, by diana. A feature will bo a gym dally reports (from all sectioncountry Cardinal Gibbons and tho Board of .any kind. When cornered thoy will United States show that the nasium. The building Is in the rear Trustees appeal worse than tho soldiery of tho brutal erine McQuese. Mrs. Baldwin leaves appointment of Gov. Beckham, in the top wave of pros- our faithful peoplemost a earnestly to not qualify tho conviction Is again on Villa; for the Carranzlstas destroy a son, John Baldwin; two daughters, first Judge of the Second division tho of tho church and is of stone, steel, perity, which the sure to for continuance least. When asked whether it is is of absolutely everything they can not Misses Catherine and Anna Bald tho Jefferson Circuit Court. Declln- - concrete and brick. It will bo two many a day. Tho old continue for of the support which thoy havo given only an Inferior brand of Catholic (Republican so generously In carry away or store up for their win, and two sisters, Mrs. Thomas ing at the expiration of "his term io btorlos hlghi the first floor to be the past, and com- - public servants that they object to, used for study rooms and the upper chestnut of the full dinner pail for mend the needs of tho university thoy will answer future use. "Not much has been Hines and Mrs. Thomas Glenn. Their that they are a candidate for the office. as tho auditorium. the worklngman falls iflat just now, to tho American hierarchy and the ' against In the consolation ho printed of this wanton wiping out grief is 'the best of them' holding wa8 BUCCoeded by Judg0 Gordon and then many remember that under clergy of our country. by Carranzlstas of the industries in Cardinal any office whatever. As a mattor of preesnt incumbent, for Republican administrations the FOR CATHOLIC YOUNG MEN. which the peonB are employed or the offethaodCreaatoPraSwhom trusts had all the best of the full Gibbons declares tho progress of tho, fact they do qualify the assertion by s? University means confiscation of the crops and foodtho declaring that thev don't hnllnvn anv dinner pall, their pail being filled to Catholic Wilth stuffs thoy have raised. In many faithfully. (ho unfortunate death of Judge ing in, subscriptions already com- overflow and at the expense of the progress of our clergy, our religious Catholic capable of being a 'good' places in the north, in the center. tho first meeting of the Fi- working classes. Muir, Judge O'Doherty was again The sensible communities of teachers, our laity, public official. PRIEST FIFTY YEARS. In the south, utter desolation marks "Not only do they believe that no appointed to succeed him. Judge nance Committee organized to carry worker and thinker realizes that tho and for this reason nmong others tho tho spot where Industrial establishO'Doherty ran for the office before on the campaign for the $500,000 hard times judt passed were caused Holy See has never failed to com- Catholic should hold public office, On Monday, the Feast of All the people and was elected at the Knights ments supplied employment for the its development and endow- but they are inclined to bitterly conColumbus building fund by the European war, and tho samo mend to p&n, and the men Carranza claims Saints, will occur the golden jubilee , Presidential oleotion In 1905, which was heldoflast (Friday night all American Catholics, par- demn any of their own kind for havat the would havo resulted no matter whet ment ticularly to those on whom God has ing any dealing with Catholics at as his Generals are tho ones who oi ine nav. feusenq ai. urano, a oe-- resulted in Theodore Roosevelt's Cathedral College Hall. Cardinal political party was in power. have been responsible for it." And luvtm unu wiueiy Known pnesc or me election. This was ono election In Parloy was among tho members President Wilson Is bitterly 'In lino with tho prediction made bestowed great material prosperity. all. Becauso Of., thin HlRtrlp.t nhnut thn .......WWW nf present. The sixity-da-y the whole purpose1 of this appalling Louisville diocese. ........... .WV .W fnlrnpnn V. campaign to in the columns of the Kentucky By furtherlny the university in tho condemned for having a Catholic way of buildings, equipmont and secretary and being friendly with wastefulness is "a vicious hope of vainer cranes illness more can bo which no question lias over been raise fho money, which is to be used Irish American last summer, the driving tho poor to desperation and no public celebration of the event, made. Judge O'Doherty declined to to erect In New York City a central Louisville Herald threw off its endowment our wealthy Catholic cardinal Gibbons. President Roose to enlistment in the army of de- but we learn that the reverend. ha a nmiirint in Min innn .iwinn Catholic headquarters along tho lines mask this week, basely deserting tho would at once enhance the power velt Is a traitor for being on friendly clergy of the diocese will not let the land was succeeded In 1910 by Judge of tho Y. and influence of our holy religion. terms with Archbishop Ireland, and struction." C. A., will be begun on Progressive party and loudly "In other respects, in the out- uay iiubH wimoui giving mm a mosi Lincoln. Judge O'Dohorty is known November if. The entire Catholic 1. the cause of the Republi- emulate tho generous donations of President Taft is a ronnendn fnr nn. rages upon tho church and the generous proof of their resnoct. love to be among Judge Lincoln's warm- population of the archdiocese of Now cans, the editorial columns containIn the cause of higher pointing Catholics to Governmental church people, and in the universal and gratitude. They will place upon est supporters. Of course such a stand is announce- education and establish noble monu- - offices. York will bo invited to participate. ing tho same flattering desecration of Mexico's womanhood, bis brow a wreath more nrecious The active work will be conduoted ments concerning (Morrow, the Re ir.ents of which their children would the essence of bigotry, but such a crown of the purest gold and one day be justly proud. there is no noticeable difference in than Protestants can not be made to see from headquarters KNIGHTS AND LADIES. under the aus publican nominee, as was attributed most costly jewels that mother earth the methods of tho factions." it that way. And moreover they pices of Now York Chapter. Knights to Roosevelt and Wood (Axton, tho Mr. Bell also clearly sets forth can produce from her boBom. Fifty cart not understand SENT AT LAST. why the en- Members of St. Patrick's Branch, of Columbus, of which Edward A. Herald's Ideals of fcwo short years the robbory and fraud which have ot nis reuow priests will each on Catholic Knights and Ladles of Arnold lis 'Chairman. protest lightened members of their own fold The official ago. Knowing that Fairbanks was America's been perpetrated by Carranza and that day offer for him the holy sacri- America, will celebrate the twenty-fift- h letter of Cardinal Farloy approving always found with big monled in- against iBritlsh interference with refuse to humor them In their stand, bis fitting companion, tho unspeak- fice of the mass, while his other anniversary of tho organization the project and calling upon Cath- terests, tho iHerald detailed a spe- commerce between the United States i To such Protestants wo have no able Villa, and how our own country friends among the clergy, the re- at Robinson Hall, Seventeenth and olics of tho archdiocese to give It cial correspondent to accompany him and Europe has been dispatched to message to convey. Thoy aro beyond has aided in tho commission of these ligious and the laity will remember Main, on Wednesday, November 10. their support was made public by on his speaking tour, with the result London by special messengor and me scope of thoso articles, which crimes. "In the year ending June him in their prayers. And for this Committees are arranging for an in- the committee last Monday. that the "Herald was again allowed to will bo presented by Ambassador aro Intended for intelligent men and 30, 1911, tho last year of normal may God bless them all. put Its feot under the G. O. P. Page at the British Foreign Office which wo have felt might bring teresting literary entertainment and conditions, our imports from Mexico table. Scenting the big Republican next week. It became known Thurs- about a hotter understanding NATIONAL SHRINE. refreshments will be. served. St. be 'fund, the Herald also day ithat the note, which is about tween Catholics and Protestants." campaign amounted to S67.000.000. For the MARRY IN TEXAS. Pntrlck's id ono of tho strongest year ending June 30, 1915. when Rov. McKenna, worked overtime in slinging mud at 10,000 words long and covers exBernard A. branches in the order, and Miss of the area of Mexico Announcement from El Paso, Mary Sheridan has the unique dis- hitherto assistant pastor of St. supposed rascality of the Democrats haustively the argument of the ALUMNI TO ATTEND. was in turmoil and the inhabitants Texas, has been received of the mar- tinction of having held the office of Teresa's church in Philadelphia, has in regard to the last primary, and American Government on all phases Friends or tho Sisters of Mer starving, our Imports from Mex- riage of William Uoherty, of (New Recording Secretary for twenty-fiv- e again in referring to the pur of Interference with neutral trade, have made elaborate preparation fl were been appointed secretary to Bishop then ico amounted to $92,000,000. Of Albany, and Regina Kavanaugh, years. Invitations have been sent tho Shahan, with especial charge of the chase of the votes of ts colored was approved by tho President: last tno euchre and lotto to be given ne this amount substantially all the cat- formerly of Louisville, on October other Louisville branches, and there- work of the National Shrine of the brothers. The story of Capt. Mor- Saturday and started on Its way to Wednesday and Thursday In thi Fairlelgh and their two negro London on Sunday. That It contains academy hall on East IBroadway. The tle and coffee and a large part of 19. The bride and groom were em- fore a large gathering Is expected. Immaculate Conception. Father row, ivo was played up into defect the hides and heneauefl, amounting ployes of the P., C, q. &, St. L. railin McKenna was ordained a priest in a story fitallies a sensational moving a repetition of arguments made re- alumni of the Sisters or Mercy will for altogether to $47,000,000, were sent road offices. The ceremony was perthe bote of March 30. which be preesnt Jn a body and hope to ALL SOULS' DAY. 1903 and spent three years of furquarnlcture reel, yete to us through revolutionary that is formed at .the Church" of the Imthe Washington ther studies in the Catholic Uni- tette discovered this sleuth trlvfel corded first protest against Govern- meet there all their friend. The but a few to say, bandit venders. This mer- maculate Conception in the presence ment's ithe Sixers are noted for their artistic The "Acta Apostolicae Sedla" con- versity, where he took the degree while kho blockade, or chandise wan taken by force from its of the New Albany colony of El Pa). tains the apostolic and needlework, and' constitution of Licentiate of Sacred Thelogy. offenses, primary to grand Jury found Is be Ifalr In every was ror itnis occasion they have prepare admitted, but no intimation rightful owners, and Carranza was Mr. and Mrs. Doherty w4H make granting to the priests of the whole Catholic ladies are urgently re- 'he lait way. ' given by officials as to what meas- a goodly stock, which wfll be It jpirfy to the transactions. world the privilege of celebrating quested to act as collectors for the Thn Texas their future home. proposed in the event that awarded as prizes. fThere will foe a,1 we boueht It we knew itf to be so; It Is glad three masses on AH Souls' day, No- National Shrine and to send names jemocrate to relate thafe the local ures are no have discovered the there ,1b BRITISIT ARB GUILTY. modification of British number of features presided over byJ we bought it at lower prices on that vember 2. jOne, may be celebrated nd addressee to Itev. Bernard A. methods of the "Chilton-Searccomnractlces. As prepared originally att tne following ladies: Mrs, TOrnwluei JJalph K. Btalr and Dr. Thoinap or the intention, of the priest, aecount. We knew1 that for the most McKettna, Catholic University, Wash-nto- bination wlMi their policy the State Xepartmen, the document euchre; Mrs. James B. Kelly, lottopart the money paid for It would be Addis were found guilty Wednesday "D. d. must be celebrated (or the The wed to buy anns to.ba employed in at San Francisco of conspiring to quia of the faithful departed, and of the' 'Immaettlate National Shrink nd the workers and leaders have was understood to be Vigorous in Mrs. ivetneriand, ncverr bootu Conception will Allied to "he cause with a one and replere whn objections to Mrs-- . Davfd Welsh.cndysjM1iwJj Mln'g and odarelig people IrofHer hire men In" the United Stataa for ni Utird",fdr the Intention o? Pope e one ' of the" most beautifo' resolved not to be caugh Great Britain's poilcy.f No inma-'io- n m Kirxup, ictnotMmv MrtfAi t&at mora merchantable frtuff misfit rJUUh military service. Agents for Tenedlcj; yjt.,. wntoh.,tjil year is inarches ever raised to the .robo 4 ftilnK. and it.oaa "b safely as, to whether uia document wander, be offered to us' at the wwne. vUm." niRFMsa'ara enargaa witn baing busy, ewt tnoAHId in tiB Jftrbpean "war. nd Klory of God tnfdr'the patron thai.' the binal TMAnoeraey wH' lnc has been modified was available ment is rreataurnt. This mvIb given to asslot in And we further aided by exchanging elsewhere throughout the Weet. privilege is unusual. One fnta a age of Our BleMed lady. oe triumphant here met Tuesday by when the (foregoing was gijen 6'uft. two sfteam boilers for the acbooij REVOLTING O'DOHERTY ELECTIONS TAKE HINT an 3-- BROAD-MINDE- D crlti-ciE- broad-mind- ed ...... Vlnr-ann- a I Car-ranz- a, -- 'in-S- ho be-bri- de ad-lust- ed SvJfL p0si-turquoi- se ' rl over-confiden- SSrlinJo Shi-- gum-sho- ....,. f i . t out-of-to- c, Raw-iing- s, . gum-sho- over-confiden- ce Vin-'th- one-ma- , er sixty-fou- , war-ravag- ed Ex-Vi- ce my'bf.".8 iSnh i.i 'Ln "(the ?lJL??0? .. i ' I , long-consider- ed I , three-quarte- rs hand-painti- -- y an--th- er n. gum-eho- e - ven-"eaft- 'r pre-Wa- y ACjj!GrxjojB:sr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. )ne4 . xkjJx amp(rioak- Doc 'Walsh made hlB hearers bollevo khey were on tho "Shores of Italy" when he sang that popular song, PLAN OHRISTSIAS SHOP. 1 -- V. Phil Wagner; Recording Secretary, These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. Edward Linder; Treasurer, Frank KBNTUOKY IWlaH AMKfUCAN PRINTING CO.. leotyni, CHM3X)OOwOOOC8XWXDOOCKtO Catering especi. lly to Ladies and Children. Klein; Financical Secretary, William SINULB COPY BC (SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Sullivan; Trustees, Dr. J. Connolly, Under the same management. Presenting only the standCharles Smith, R. M. Taylor, fUttof. ard prodnctlons, historic, dramatic and comic. at tfc LtTB PettotHc at Bcod-CBattfi Stephen Everln, Robert Qossum and i John Guenther. This organization .MreMiH CeMmsHlutlosi to tk UNTUCKY 1MSH AAKRiCAN, J1K1 West Urcc. St. v does much good work in theway of charity, and should be affiliated Tax Should Vote For Why Wage with the St. Vincent de Paul Society. fuwoTrt COUNCJL ) Mrs. J. J. Kavanagh entertained "TRADES (label) a number of her friends at cards BOURKB COCKRAN COSUNG. November Election. Amendmet yesterday afternoon. Hon. Bourke Cockran, of New Wage earners aro distinctly interested in Taxation and it will be to SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1915. Miss Rose Leary has returned York City, will visit Louisville the LOUISVILLE, KY.... their Interest to voj.o for the Tax Amendment at tho November Election. from a visit to Sirs. George Hunt and latter part of next month, and whllo Under tho present unequal law tho man who owns a cottage homo Is at hand. The time for thought is family at Bloomfield. here will deliver his famous lecture, HELPING DISABLED PRIESTS. worth from one to three thousand dollars comes nearer paying full "A Plea for Peace," under tho ausDEMOCRATIC TICKET paalt. It 1s the duty of ovory Demotaxes than any other taxpayer. Miss Mayme Welch was a weekTomorrow tho annual collection The reason is plain, aB tho cottage Is easily valued for assessment crat In Kentucky, every man who end guest of Sir. and Mrs. P. H. pices of tho Knights of Columbus. for the disabled priests of the Louisat about what it cost, whllo a residence worth ten to twonty thousand lows freedom and the rule of the Welch at Taylorsvlilo. ville diocese will be taken up at all CONFIRBIS LARGE CLASSES. dollars is generally owned by people who can persuade- tho Assessors people, not only to go to the polls tho masses, and the people are asked to lower tho assessment and thus evade their share of Taxes. (Miss Eulalla O'Connell was the to contribute liberally to this good Tho Right Rev. Denis O'Donag-buhimself but to see that his neighbor Then the man who owns Securities can now hide them and escape guest of Miss Annie of Louisville, cause. Tho announcement was made D. D Bishop goes and caBts a vote for Stanley and recent week-en- d paying taxes on such property, which adds to the taxes tho small Real confirmed three largo classes at as in all the churches last Sunday, and Pierce at ShephordsvJlle. Estato owner has to pay. the rest of .the ticket many Catholic churches in Owens-bor- o therefore nono should overlook tho The wage earner who has no taxable property is greatly mistaken last Sunday, and has been appeal. George B. Barrett rdturned if he thinks tho question does not concern him. spending the week holding conTHEHt RECORD CLEAR. Wednesday evening from a two Taxes enter into tho cost of rent and food and clothing and It often firmation services in the various NOTRE DAME. weeks' visit to Covington. FOR GOVERNOR: occurs that the man who pays no direct taxes contributes moro in in Daviess county. Three 3t scarcely required the assurance churches proportion than any other taxpayer. A. OWSLEY 8TANLBT, Right Rev. Daniel J. Curley, of John Redmond to clear the Irish Tho prosperity of labor depends upon employment. Fair taxes Miss Mabel Canty has returned hundred and fifty persons were conof Henderson. Bishop of the diocese of St. Augusmean more factories, moro factories mean more work and hotter wages. Nationalist party of any suspicion of from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. J. B. firmed Sunday. tine, Fla., visited Notre Dame UniFOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR: complicating In (the conspiracy to Hatfield, at Athertonvlile. The Tax Amendment will justify a better system of taxation in ENTERS TRANSFER BUSINESS. versity and the neighboring college Kentucky and subject tho hoards of wealth now escaping taxation to AMES D. BLACK, wreck the British Cabinet. The academy of St, Slary last week and a fair sharo of tho burden and lower tho taxes on houses and factories. has been Bliss Jennie Newman of Barbourvillo. iDennls McIIugh, who has a wide and addressed the students of both Nationalists have lived up to the visiting in Rockport, Ind the guest Therefore wago earners should vote for the Tax Amendment. acquaintance among tho business and institutions. Bishop Curley, who SECRETARY OF STATE: FOR very letter of their agreement When of J. L. Sullivan and family. mercantile houses of (the city, has was recently consecrated, is only BARKSDALE HAMLKTT, homo rule was, placed on the statute years old and is tho Miss May Kelly, of Marydale, re- engaged in 'the freight transfer thirty-fou- r Hopklnsvlllo. of book. Many Indeed think they have business, turned the past week from a visit to and Slain. with offices at Nineteenth youngest Bishop in tho United States. "As years ho was Ho is a native of Ireland, and as a For flflteon gone far beyond it. CBo that as it her sister at Cleveland, Ohio. Ner to Vou as tbe Nearest Phone" SOCIETY DIRECTORY. FOR STATE AUDITOR: with tho Gast Transfer Company and speaker possesses a persuasive ROBERT Ij. GREENE, may, their record Is clear. The has had long experience in the busi- voice and an engaging manner. Oar Special $3.00 Spray attempt of Carson to force a crisis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. JJarry, of of Frankfort. new venture he should Bishop Curley Was accompanied by Beechmont, entertained with supper ness. In his Special $5.00 Wreath and permit Northcliffo and Aho provo very successful. A. O. H. FOR STATE TREASURER: Rev. Slonslgnor Luke J. Evers, a Oar and a card party Tuesday evening. Times to "name a Cabinet is llttlo SHERMAN GOODl'ASTER, close friend of Father Cavanaugh, The largest values in FuneEUCIIRE AND LOTTO. DIVISION 1. less than treason. ral Flowers ever offered in 'It Is, however, President of tho university. d of Owlngsvllle. The girls' gymnasium class of Louisville. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder-kran- z Mall opened their fall and in keeping ivlth Carson's record. Boes ATTORNEY GENERlAIi: Friends of tho Rev. Father FOR SISTERS GO TO HAWAII. wilnter classes "Wednesday evening. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. For prompt delivery call 223 and St. Aloyslus church at Pewee MILLS M. LOGAN, both phones. President Mark Ryan. REFLECTIONS ON SIEXICO. Valley will give a benefit euchre of Brownsville. Three Sisters of St. Francis loft Miss Alice Curtin, Crescent Hill, and lotto party at tho Y. SI. I. Hall, Vice President William Cushing. at Syracuse, OF Financial 'Secretary Edwar Under the above head lAmerlca has been spending the week with her Baxter and Slorton, on Wednesday the mother house month for N. Y., FOR SUPERINTENDENT id Hllo, sister, Mrs. J. B. White, alt Marlon. night, November 3, games to be the first of this Clancy. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION: makes utterance of the following: Recording Secretary James P. TV nrt l silt n rrA v'stl aaI Anlfnil " . wu.bu V. O. GILBERT, "Wo have been told by an Ameriof a iioapiitni Whlch has been placed Sirs. Joseph T. O'Neal has closed luucu a,, o uwuwv. iuuou Barry. trukumta un of the affair will mako every effort under their charge by the United ef Frankfort. can high In official position that the her summer homo at PowfaValley to provide a pleasant i Tiowm Treasurer Thomas Keen an. entertainment States Government. All tho Sisters Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. I30O Fourth AwnueLculrvflle j FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRI- present Is no time for playing and returned to the city for the win- for all who attend. fully are trained nurses and are i, CULTURE: politics. This is true. If govern- ter. oulqpped for the work they are , DIVISION 2. MAT S. COHEN, ORPHAN SEWING CIRCLE. ment is to be taken seriously, there about Ito undertake in their new 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere Sirs. T. J. Slulverhlll and daugh(Lexington. of Meets First Wednesday Llederkrasa life. Sisters of tho same community Is never a time for playing politics, ter, SIIss Edna, were last week the Tho ladles of .the SU Thomas have Hall, Sixth and Walnut. FOR CLERK OF THE COURT OP and as our American referred to the guests of Sirs. John Goss at Pleasure Orphan Homo Sewing Circle an- Molkal.charge of tho lepers of President Joseph Lynch. Ridge. OF APPEAiLS: Mexican question his statement is any one wishing to join nounce that Vice President Daniel O'Kcefe. g m ia t k w& 'm RODMAN W. KEENON, ranks and help in this good doubly true. The question is lifted Recording Secretary John T Mrs. J. Mattlngly, who was the their can come to the home any CONSISTORY AND ALLOCUTION. work of Harrodsburg. Keaney. far above the grimy pit of politics. guest of her sister, Mrs. J. SI. Wednesday aflternoon, ltho regular From Rome the Associated Press Financial Secretary Edward J has returned to her home at meeting date. Conveyances meet the FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER: It rests In the sphere of humanity. cables that although IPopo Benedict Kelran. SH) T. DOUTIUTT, Humanity, common humanity; noth St. Slary. street acrs at Carter avenuo from 1 did not wish Ito hold a consistory jubilee of his episcopate. Such an Treasurer Thomas Hannan. of Now Castle. to 2:30 o'clock on (that afternoon. during tho war, he has now changed appointment would glvo great satising more. Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. Hek Mrs John yelten, of Pleasure Those having winter cloth his original intension, as the Italian faction to England, which has al- Ion. discarded Wo have shuddered at the revolt- - Ridge, visited her mother, Sirs. Al- FOR CIRCUIT JUDGES: to this members in the Sacred College aro ready two Cardinals, while Ireland ing are urged to donate It ARTHUR M. WALLACE, Chancery ing tales (that have come from many ice Rooney, at Bardstown Junction, worthy charity, and the same can bo In fewer number than the foreign may possibly hope for another one, DIVISION 3. Branch, First Division. parts of Europe. Of the deviltry sot lnst weok loft at Hoerter's, 321 West Jeffer- Cardinals. There Is mention of the being tho most Catholic nation of Chancery B. KIRBY, 8AMUEL Meets 1st and 3rd Slonday at Hiberson street. loose by Carranza and his following; French, German and per- tho three. creation of Mrs Lyne gm,th and Htt,e son of Branch, Second Division. 0 nian Home, Portland. haps Austrian Cardinals, but otherWILLIAM II. FIELD, Common Pleas of the unspeakable cruelty to von- - Covington, arrived last week to visit MAOIUN VS. SCHUSTER. President John SI. Slaloney. wise all will be of Italian nationerablo priests and consecrated vir- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Branch, First Division. KNIOUTS OF COLUMBUS. Vice President Slatt J. O'Brien. ality. It Is asserted that the THOMAS R. GORDON, Common gins; of tho wholesale debauching of Curtin, Crescent Hill. Recording Secretary Tho Slackln Council football team Pontiff's allocution on tho occasion Thomas Second Division. Pleas Branch, will meet tho strong Schuster Bros, will bo the most Important exposiKllieen. . B """ LINCOLN, Common ,rhe marrlage of Miss Anna Tracy, eleven tomorrow afternoon at Spring WAIiTER P. Financial Secretary John J. Hs we navo neen tion of his views on peace that ho permuted no near 'or Jeffersonvllle, and William leftaJBranch, Tiura uivision. Late News That Will Interest sion,. Jr. and has yet made. Bank Parkt 'Thirty-sevent- h Only within ltho last few fee, of New Albany, "will 'be it.tcs T. RAY. Common Pleas ' Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. """ Greenwood avenue, the game to bo Members Here and ElseBranch, Fourth Division. h'as tho American press, omnized on November 1. Sergeant-at-Arm- s called at 2; 30 o'clock. Capt, Slerlln Martin Kate WERE BROTHERS' BOYS. V. ROBINSON, Criminal which boasts HARRY where. Its liberty ito speak .. Hogan has recovered from his recent her. Mra T iT, avLroanv ,,nvn Branch. Sentinel Thomas Noone. the truth without ifear and without been 'entertaining' their daughter, injuries and will try to lead the Y. Four former students of St. Admission, Mary's College, Oakland, Cal shared FOR COMMONWEALTH'S favor, been allowed to preesnt a faint Mrs. Frank Jackson, of Nashville, at SI. I. boys to victory. twenty-fiv- e ATTORNEY: cents,, and ladles free. DIVISION 4. In the glory of tho world's series Lincoln, Neb., has a council. picture of the hell that has been lot their home on Third avenue, baseball victory. "Dutch" LeonJOSEPH SI. HUFFAKER. Seventy candidates took the three Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, loose on Mexico during tho last RUNS DOWN GmL. ard, who pitched Boston to victory; degrees at Salina, Kas. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street SIIss Eleanor Slorltz has been FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT eighteen months. Now we know Harry Hooper, who scored tho winspending a week in New Albany visPresident John H. Henneesy. Sixty new members formed the DUGAN. FRANK While boarding a street car Tues- ning run, and (Duffy Lewis, who class just something, a little at least, of what iting her cousin, Dorothy Sliss Vice President Thomas Lynch. initiated at Lacrosse, drove FOR PARK COMMISSIONERS: that hell has meant. We have heard Moritz, Fourth and Slarkot streets. day afternoon at Thirteenth and while it in, all attended St. Mary's, Wis. Financial Secretary Thomas J, Slarket, Margaret SIcElllott, tho Eddie Burns, who scored In Ben 8. Washer, RayBJzot, d tho pitiful stories of Union Council of Syracuse had Langan. fourteen-year-ol- d daughter of James Philadelphia's only run, is also a Sir. and Sirs. James Q. Naber Recording Goorgo F. Simpson. Secretary John J, candidates for tho second mothers whoso daughters have been returned from their wedding triphave SIcElllott, was run down by a product of ltho St. Mary's school. St. thirty-liv- e Barry. and FOR ALDERMEN: ravished before their very eyes and will reside with Sirs. Nabor's father, motorcycle and had a narrow escape Slary's school is conducted hy the last week. Treasurer Pat Connelly. Sho was as Christian Brothers. The Knights of Columbus of AlbuSergoant-at-Arm- s In the public streets, by officers of George Shrader, 221 Park Place, from serious injury. Prod Schwenker, R. B. Gilbert, Thomas Fan querque, N. M are considering plans sisted to the office of Dr. Gaupln C. W. Schmltt, rell. Frod J. Leezcr, the Carranzista mobs, miscalled Now Albany. REGAINS HIS HEAIni. tor a permanent homo. and later removed to her home, 537 B. J. Campbell, Jr. armies. A Sentinel M. J. McDermott. llttlo, but only a lftftie, street. d Llttlo Rock Council has a jos. Overberg, Mr. and Sirs. John P. Conroy have North Twentieth James B. Camp, Among the clergy and laity the has been said in our free press of announced the marriage of thein nucleus for a class for Initia Georgo B. Coder, Jas. M. Treasy, Y. M. L many friends of Rev. J. R, FRANKFORT. tion before the Christmas holidays. tho horrors which men and women daughter, R. Guy Parker. M. Genevieve Mrs. J. Win. MJler, well known Jesuit S. J., the Kas., The Knights of Holslngton, who havo spent their whole lives in Shrader, to Peter B. Clark, which SIAOKIN COUNCIL, SOS. FOR COUNC1LMEN: The Church of the Good Shepherd missionary, will be greatified to the service of God and their follows took place Wednesday, October 20. in Frankfort was tho scene of a learn that he has regained his health recently presented the Catholic En- Meets Monday Evenings at CIA First Ward, at the Church of St. Frances of pretty and interesting wedding Tues- after a serious Illness, and has again cyclopedia to tho Railroad Y. SI. havo 'been forced Ito undergo. House, 344 North Twenty-sixtOf Rome. John n. Pope. W. 1 Graves, C. A. library there. day morning, when Sliss Florence entered actively upon tho work of churches polluted in a fashion which President John J. Lynn. Second Ward, Denver Council, tho first of tho Heffner, a favorite that tho mission. First Vice President John W. only the most degraded of savages In Jeffersonvlllo on (Wednesday city, becamesocietybride of ofJoseph elaborder in the West, will have an William II. Karst. Charles Mann, th,o Murphy. orate celebration of its tifteenth could conceive; of orphanages, tho Rev. Father (Halpin officiated at Brungs, a prosperous and popular WILIi HAVE SD3AT. Third Ward, Second Vice President Martia marriage of Miss Catherine on November 18. schools, colleges wantonly destroyed; the Tho cere P. Schadd. Wra. M. Boober, W. R-- Ward. Blesel and Joseph IHochadel, both of resident of Covington. There will be a conferring of the Leo, C. S. C, manager of Brother of a Teign of pillage and despotism that city. Tho bride is tho daughter mony was solemnized with a nuptial Treasurer George J. Thornton. Fourth Ward, on Novemdegrees farm at the Notre Dame Financial Secretary A. C. Link. undor the banner of liberty and of Sir. and Mrs. Slatthew IBiesel and mass, at which the Rev. Father Notre Dame, Ind.,University received three14. The at Wichita AlrU Rosenborg, Jerome King. to bo class promises ber has Just was Recording Secretary William G equality; of these things we have affl the groom a son of the late Sir. and Flynn was the celebrant. There the from Kansas City 260 head of cat- ono of the best in that part of the Buckel. Fifth Ward, of friends of Mrs. Peter Hochadel, of Port Fulton. a large gathering many coming from tle. The fact that theso cattle are country. Thomas J. Garvcy. last been permitted to know some B. H. Benson, bride and groom, Marshal Harry Alberts. all to be butchered to supply the Both the Knights and HlbernlanB thing. Inside Sentinel Edward Grateen Sixth "Ward, Raymond Fogarty and Miss (Ruth a distance. tablo at the university gives some were prominently represented in the (And on .the heels of it'll Is new Osborne, well known and highly reOutside Sentinel Harvey Pfelf-fe-r. Mike Leone, James Norton. biggest exercises attending tho consecration of Idea of knowledge comes tho news that the spected residents of New Albany, SEEKING OROGHAN RELATIVES. boarding the problem the tbe Seventh Ward, country, if of Bishop Schuler at Denver on school in Executive Committee Frank G4 villain responsible (for theso hor- were united In marriage Wednesday Howard J,. Parker, T. E. twrence. SIIss O. Bradford, 818 West Ed- not in the world, in feeding Its stu- Thursday. Adams, Thomas Bachman, FranV morning at St. Augustine's church, ' rors Is 'to berecognlzed as tie one Rev. iFather Halpin celebrating the wards street, Springfield, 111., is dents. Tho cattle wero bought in Eighth Ward, Wednesday evening Denver Geller, A. W. Andrlot. John'' ,.' man capable, above all others of re- nuptial mass and performing the deslrouB of finding relatives of Sirs. Kansas City because of tho preval- Fourth Degree Knights entertained Barry. T. jr. Morrow, Jr.. Edward White. storing peace, happiness, civilization, ceremony. Their tmany friends ex- Croghan, who was a slstor of Gen. ence of the hoof and mouth disease at dinner several of tho Bishops who Ninth Ward, George Rogers"' Clark, and whose in and around Chicago. wero in the city for tho consecration to Mexico. This man degraded In tend hearty congratulations. M. J. McDermott, D. B. Coleman. husband was a Colonel In the United of Bishop Schuler. the eyes of all decent citizens of army. Tenth Ward, RECOVERING. nas many family Announcement has been made of States as well She valuable itomB of whatever nationality, .this man from as relics, OUGHT TO CARRY. Ernest Wright. Albert Stelger, tho engagement of Sliss Virginia family history, which she Is anxious The Right Rov. N. C. Matz, Bishop whose ylle hands the blood and tho Ballard and Charles P. Timmol, Eleventh Ward, from The tax amendment to bo again shamo of outraged womanhood can whose marriage will be solemnized to turn over to them. Any one de of Denver, is rapidly recovering every O. J. Finegan. John P. Grieb, scended from Mrs. Croghan, or ac- his recent Illness, and there Is voted on at the November election 6 o'clock Wednesday morning at never be washed, Is now free to pro- at Twelfth Ward, quainted with' her descendants, reason to hope that after a few will, if adopted, authorize the LegisSt. Patrick's church. Sliss Agnes Thomas J. Dolan, Richard D. Whitty ceed on his diabolical courso, Butler and Richard Hill will be the should address a letter to SIIss Brad weeks he will be able to resume his lature to enact a new tax law that strengthened by tho official recog duties and again actively, direct tho will subject tho enormous personal FOR STATE SENATOR: attendants. Both are well known ford. Denver dioceso in his usual capable property in the shape of stooks, nition of other nations. All will and this news will be a pleasing sur (Thirty-sevent-h District.) manner. 'OUR SIARY" IN "SIOVrES bonds, notes and accounts now esnow he well. And why? Because a prise to their legion of friends. HITE ntJFFAKER. caping taxation to a fair share of liar has promised henceforth to tell A special to the New York press the burden and reduce the taxes on FOR REPRESENTATIVES: "FIRST RATE." Sliss Mollle Flahlve and William brings the intelligence that Sirs. the (truth, a murderer that he will land and improvements. Every taxJOnN DRESCnER, 44th District. longer imbrue his hands with the M. Welch were married at St. Louis Mary Anderson, de Navarro, famous noited payer should vote for It, as any law A. traveling man who had GEORGE B. BARRETT, 45th. Dlst. no Beritrand's church Wednesday morn- American days as blood of women and children, a ing at 9 o'clock with a nuptial mass. SIls,s QIary aotress of eitherLouisville, In addresses he had heard how fre- enacted under its provisions must ADAM SPAHN, 40th District. Anderson, of beforo It wanton destroyed that ho will for- Rov. Father E. A. iBaxter officiating after declining the offers of many quently the church was criticized, be ratified by the people guarantees THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT WILLIASI J. KUH, 47th District. S. MA'&XVli. U'UUIJSW, 4 W1 LMBiricu ever devote his tolling days and at the ceremony. Dr. John T. Chnwk managers both in Europo and Amer- made this observation to the priest can bo enforced and this of the presWILLIAM A. PERRY, 40ih District. sleepless nights to Ahe peaceful up- and 'Patrick M. Flahlve, a brol'her of ica to return to ltho stage, is pre- who converted him: "In my buslnesB affair law. Amendment ent taxing system would greatly WILLIAM T. SIcNALLY. 50th Dlst. the bride, acted as attendants. Tho paring to appear before the motion I have noticed thaft whenever a first WILLIAM SI. DUFFY, 51st District. building of his unhappy country. bride is a dauchtcr of Mrs. Mary picture camera under the direction rate article was put on the market benefit homo owners and renters. it was made the butt of severe de And the pledge, the 'guarantee, that Flahlve. of 1215 South Seventeenth of Thomas H. Ince. FOR MAGISTRATE: HITS TIIE NAIL. nunciation. Tho constant attacks on theset things will be done? Nothing, street, and the groom ia a reaadent District.) (Seventh the Catholic church led me to beof North Plutte, Neb , where he hold BANQUET. ENJOYED ndthing whatever, beyond the word JOIIN J. O'BRIEN, In giving his approval to the lieve that she must have a first rate a responsible position tn railroad of a villain. editor of the article in her line, and I have come FOR CONSTABLE: nucircles. Emmet Coleman entertained to learn from you what It Ib." The Toronto Catholic Register, Arch (Fourth uistnet.) merous friends last Sunday, and bishop McNeil says: "You know of M. T. KRBMHR. Those Democrats who talk and the among those present were George Missionary. Leo Callahan entertained course that you can not please evnever work have no claim upon the Junior Social Cab at his home, 535 RiKgs, Pat Shea, "Dr. ILouls Walsh. in erybody. The Angel Gabriel, OARDINAIi FOR SCOTLAND. rfreet, Frfday T?obert Burns, Nat Collins, (William people. Those that put Ithelr shoul- West Breckinridge UP TO VS. control of a weekly paper, could not ovonlne. Those prpoewt were Slices Fllburn, Dan Morlarty. Jr., Charles ders to the wheel and hand out the For the first time since the Re do that." That just abont hits the Jerry iHanrahan, Bud All the late and new Styles aad Shape aiatkn day la hut a short tlm goods are true and genuine believers Theo, Marouart. Marv E. Callahan, Oullen, Martin Ansbro, Joe Cole- formation, reports a London corre nail on the head. nvern, Slary Baldwin, Morlarty, Msrearet, as be found here at reasonable prices, few brief hours the die In JeSfersoaian principles. ia.way. In JohnCary Hlnes. Attwr enjoying spondent, a Scottish prelatn Is to be man and ratherinft Fllhurn. Catherine WILL SURPRISE SIANY. fwAl hare ben Sacred Colcast. Kentucklanrf son. Sfarv Atm Imey. .Ruth Wig- a sumntuous reread Toaatmaster made i member of therepresent a lege of Cardinals, to Doitph-rrtwill know whether, during the next lluerfca was a gentleman with gins, Katell Dnurhertv. Alice TTrhi-do- Dan 'Morlarty called on some of those nation that is fast returning to the The Rev. Dr. Randolph McKlm, Schneider's Meat Market resent for chort talks. .Pat Shea Loretto Hogan. EVzahd'h four, year. Ithey win he under the Wilson and was kicked out. McCarty, CIeh save a very lroeret'ng talk on 'Wow faith. Slany names are mentioned, rector of the Protestant Episcopal JUarfaret Epiphany. WashingChurch lanagement of the Democrats or the told Wilson t'o keep his big ruane, Ruth iCull-- n, 440 SOUTH FIFTH ST. Rose Furey: lo Reform Criminals." The subject, but nothing is really known as to ton, D .Cof isthe closely affiliated with so publlcAM. The iseues have all aose out ef Mexico and Carranw Moours, John Brnr'"Ti. ve Are the Comms: Pfonle." was the personality of the new Cardinal, Girenc Opposite the Cathedral. organizations in the very Keotutklan gets recognition IHuerta a Catholic, wiiM"Tn SmH. JPMllln TlhcVe-wadlwsttMed, debated. Georsre Rigs taking the although Scottish hopes are centered country surprise Cath- - Cfceiee Beef, Vaal, Lamfc, Makem. that it will John RHBh. CnnneT"vr Daern, ffirmatlve nd Robert Burns the on the beloved Archbishop of Glas- olios to hear that one of his daugh- or ought to know, who ' the Carrans a hog. i Xownv. .Thn R'lpy. Rr.h- Riges was unanimously gow, Moat Rev. Dr. Magulre, who 1p Haaaa, Fwrki Lard giwutii rn'ii are and what tAim i ii tt HUM tarn la celebrate M e Ree( 'Ja (Hi'l'Ch)llw. filrrt the wwuer. Stoma of the soon topriesthood the golden Jubilee 'McKim a Sister aof Charitv. 1894., Tekplwie City 2241. became Catholic in W ?we for wUon silver M0M th Roary i and far. 9t his oiHf-tow- n Tte afcw made hrW tand uarty, iue vaiiant. EVERY SATURDAY. tt the S&clal Md Moral UyKtmtml el kit AmrktM ud Cctfcrilc Olleially Indorsed by Aaclest Order o Hibernians, Yoag Mm's Institute and CathoHc Knights of America. PUBLISHED OFFICERS ELECTED. ceeded by the Mouth of the Dead. Lot the pious souls continue Jtheir The St. Anthony Society of Holy good work for the comfort of the Name parish, an organization with poor suffering souls. tbe same object as the St. Vincent do Paul Society, at its annual mootThis Saturday ia a fast day, the ing last Suhday elected' the following eve of All Sal efts or Hallowe'en. The officers for ensuing year: President, 3en. SI. Relchert; Vico President, feast day occurs on Monday. talks. CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO PullHf U SOCIETY. - I The Queen's Daughters are perfecting arrangements for holding a ChriBtmas shop early in December for tho Sisters of the Good Shepherd, and from present indications it will prove a novel and delightful Organized only Tccently, tho Queen's Daughters will mako this the occasion for theif debut among the people of Louisville. Thus far tables' havo been assigned to Sirs. P. H. Callahan, Sirs. W. Lawler, Sirs. Arbogust, Sirs. Howard, Sirs. John Gorman, Sirs. H. Schlmpler and Misses Slargaret Slalone, Adelia Roiling, Slary Dohcrty and Phoebe Harris. af-fai- .r Earners at the the - o, I Bor-tran- Q s - . z - cr: bM6 mo i .il LT vaiai Car-rlc- o, ( 1818-182- "T" ,Hana-nothin- g. sol-wee- ks ,. 'broken-hearte- good-size- Ross-wink- el, h. I ! I UsLOiMm newly-appoint- ed y, n, Car-ran- za titv n.-tr.- .-. y, anti-Catho- lic ff "itlv. jrt u Baa V KBNTUOKY RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers' whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our rcad- rs by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Coral XjfiEISZZ .AJMCEHBKXOAXV. V SOME OF THE DEMOCRATIC CAND'lDAtHsr MbL '"iflBBBB. 'T f RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcemests they find In these coiums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. THEO. Distributors Of FEDERAL TIRES VULCANIZINQ FAXAS CIT1 VULCANIZING 1101-0- 3 East Broadway FREE SERVICE CELEBRATED KXTRA BRATv, WURST SHALE BRIOK MADE BY WOLF Clay 1'rodacta are the CO. BEST BRICK MADE IN JEFFERSON COUNTY Salcg Office: 1010 Inter-SoutBldg. h. Ridge Co, 4m WALTER P. .LINCOLN, (For Circuit Uudge. BjBBBBBBL 'VBBB' AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM Home Phono Shawnee 1914 Special Prices to Lawn Fetes and Picnics. ARTHUR M. WALLACE, (For Circuit Judge. BAKERY SOMETHING NEW (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Jtcattuc J. L. BROWNFLELD & CO. Steam and Hot Water HeoMag 111 X. TKXKO BTR3TBT ' Home Phone Shawnee ITS I Twcnty.slxth and Portland Avenue Home Phono 7846 THOS. Cumb. M. ISM P. I. BURKS - WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS S. P. 80XJTWA8SXB 00. & COMPANY (INCORPORATED.) OP THOMAS R. GORDON, 'For Circuit Judge. MANUFACTURERS JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN J. BRODEEIOE 439S-- J s2i;aEiaEit Modern Plaver Built In Your Own Pima. 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WILL CHARLES WTLLMAN CHARLES T. RAY, "All Ready for Your Griddle in the Morning" HAMS. LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) "HOLLENBACn" PURE RYE Lonisville, Ky. B28 W. Main St. PLUMBING AND HEATING TRACTORS H. W. NEWMAN CON OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH SAMUEL B. KIRBY, (For Circuit Judge. W. H. FIELD, For Circuit Judge. For Circuit Judge. BUILDER 2431 Home Montgomery Street Phone Shawnee 1010 WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR PLUJIBER Home Phone City 139 1204 West Market Street B. H. BUETER VETERINARY SURGEON HORSE SHOEING 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET Homo Phone, City 2365 Cumb. S. 981 GASKETS AND UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. (Wholesale Only.) : NATIONAL CASKET Incorporated CO., Eleventh and Magazine Streets. HOME KTT.T.TiD MEATS FAIR MEAT MARKET STATE A Full Lino of Fancy Groceries Both Phones Call and Give Us An Order WE, SELL FOR CA8H RITTER-HENNING- S Contracting Engineer, Steam and Hot Water Heating and Sanitary Plumbing Homo Office: 440 Second Street LOUISVILLE. KY. kSIbHT SHEET METAL jKbba ' .'jbbbbbbbbP fflHHP FRXNTTUUGAN, (For Clerk 'Circuit Court. (HARRY W. 'ROBINSON, viBB. 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- L. A. L. QUNN BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ICE CREAM 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS MANUFACTURERS For Circuit Judge. W"? "BBBBB JOSEPH M. HUFFAKBR, Por Commonwealth's Attorney. Home, City 981 MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF 963 SOUTH THIRD STRHBT AND CATBRHSA Louisville Mode Furnaces S. Ninth St. Home Phone City 2542 210-22- 2 CONFECTIONER CO. Shur-Plecas Manufacturers of Poultry and Stock Feeds Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Incubators and Brooders LOUI8VILLE, KY. Receivers and Shippers of nay and Grata. SI Per Gallon, All Flavors South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 Thos. II. Kennedy Louis D. Coady 1104 KENNEDY-COADY Weddings and Parties Gives. Special Attention Charles Wolf, Manager SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT BANK O. BjflB. BBHBBB F. BENDER CO. Incorporated MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Home Phono, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. SH JERSEY DAIRY Ico Cream Manufacturer Special Prices to Churches and Picnics Both Phones First and College Streets Fourth and Central Aiesae Interest Paid On Time Deposit We Solicit Your Business ' R. JEUNESSE bWWVWVVVVVWVMAWWVWtVVm HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-y The Place Where Old Clothes Are Mado to Look Like New." SPALDING DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. CO BUILDING CONTRACTOR GEORGE B. IBATCRJETfT, 810 YORK STREET For Legislature. JOHN O'BRTEN, For .Magistrate. MAZYCK O'BRIEN, For Legislature. J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS Phono South 1703 Louisville, Ky FRANK FEHR BREWING CO BCCBPORaTED SBBBBBBHBt 2i&&f i 822 vHjv T. J. GARVEY, iPor Counollman. HEADS G. A. R. LADIES. Mrs. Catherine Do Lacy Roche, of Scranton, was unanimously elected President of the Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic at their big convention in Washington, D. C, Mrs. Roche is a devout Caifholic. She 1b well known throughout Pennsylvania as the daughter Capt, Patrick De Lacy, the gallant Captain of the famous 143rd Pennsylvania, an soldier who won laurels at Gettysburg, and who, until his death last year, was Department Commander of the G, A. R. of Maryland. Mrs. iRoche was left a widow early in married life and has two sons who are reaching man's estate. vM. JIJI TiiiTMT..TMTMT.itTMT..ti.TKTiiTwT.iT..TMtT..AiyiifiiTiiTiif.iTiiTwt.itfTiiTiiTaiTiiTntnyriTiiTnTiiTiiTiiT.jTMTwTiA.BjAe vvvvw SOOS-- a AND EMBALMERS. !ELsrf: JSXajbn. Street. BBBYaatiBPRaW SbbbW "bbbbbbbbbkbbbHbb' bbbbbbbVbbbIbbbv ' DOUGHERTY & McELUO 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, (For Counollman. J. M'DERaiOTT, RICHARD WHITTY, For Councilman. TUESDAY'S ELECTION. Funeral Directors and Embalmersi BOTH PHOIVXCS. Cumb. Main 4 1 psa? 'wMbbbb? Brewers and Bottlers LOTJTSVTTiTi1?i. tt KY. Irish-Americ- an BBBBBlBk BBBBBF IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE WILLIAM M. BOOHER, For Councilman. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. BR''BBBft iBBB BvBBBM PRODUCE WHOLESOME FFPEOT. BfBBvBM BBBI bbbw H Evorywhero the Holy Name rallies are producing a wholesome effect. They aro helping to attract the eyes of men ever more to thalt city built upon the mountain which can no longer bo Ignored. The public press INCORPORATED takes notice of them, often in enPHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, thusiastic terms... Men are impressed with tho sincerity and profound convictions of tho participants in these a Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 191S vast demonstrations. "It was and wonderful sight, a remarkable TOE Inspiring demonstration," says the Passaic Daily News. "The parade and celebration of the (Holy Name Societies was tho moat Impressive and triumphant success of any similar affair on record." From Pater-so- n CrCOKTOKATBD comes the same note of deep appreciation fa the secular Press Guardian: "Kneeling on ithe green turf, just as tho sun dipped below tho Preak-nes- s hills, bathing the countryside Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent S in golden hues, and scintillating on r tho rippling waters of ithe Passaic GRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. bolow, 10,000 Catholics bared and bowed their heads and recited (Pope Benedict's prayer for peace. The JOHN FRAN Impressive sight came as the conclusion o ftho moat Impresslvo Holy Name demonstration ever witnessed taBBbfaflP BBBBBfe bbbHks-Tbb- ' JOHN F. OERTEL CO. ' ., BbMbL JSbH: VNiiBB .BIBIBbBs Eight States will hold elections next Tuesday. In four of these Staltes, Massachusetts, (Maryland, Kentucky and Mississippi, Governors are to be elected; In six States, Now York, Massachusetts, Maryland, Now Jorsey, Kentucky and Mississippi, tho State Legislatures, in whole or in part, aro to he elected, and in five States, New York, Massachusetts, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Ohio, important constitutional issues aro to be decided. With a few local exceptions in fact these constitutional questions will be tho dominant issues on election day, including us they do such fundamental matters as woman suffrage, municipal home prohibition, State income rule, taxes, referendum plans and some lesser reforms. The woman suffrage question Will como up for decision in Now York, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, which States will furnish in point of population tho greatest test the suffrage issue has ever had 1n the United States. HANGS ON ROCKS. Some City Milium H4"IH"Ii 29S ! t ? !!" GRAN W. SMITH'S SON- AL. S. SMITH, PROP. I Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. ii809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, f IBBBlBBBlBBBlW'' WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. EDWARD J. PARKER, For Councilman. bbbbbbbbbbIbbbT BBBBBBBBBBBbV bbbbbBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI BJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH bbbbbbbbbbbB VbbbSbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb bbbH'HHHbHbI BBBBBBBBj bbbbibbbI' Jbbk ABmr BbbbbbbbbIbbbbV BJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl WALTERS' bbbbbbbbbW. 4bbbbbbhPbbbbbbb1 BBBBBBBBBBB in IPaterBon." Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 2W CONSECRATED. BBBBBBBBBBm sidelight on the position of tho Sinn Fein party in Ireland is found In a speech made at its headquarters by Alderman Kelly, one of its chief leaders. "Tho Sinn Fein movemont," he said, "is on the rocks, and r do not seo what Is to be done. Tho Sinn Fein organization has kept the lamp of nationality burning for tho last eight or ten years in Dublin. At any rate, without it there would have been no volunteers of any kind. Now wo aro left in this position: We can not pay the rent and taxes on these premises." This declaration from a man whom all politicians In Ireland regard as honest and truthful knocks tho bottom out of two legends one that the Sinn Fein party has received large accessions in strongth in protest against John E. Redmond's attitude on the war, and the other that German gold is plentiful In Ireland for extremists. An interesting pro-Germ- an GERMAN BANK MONUMENTS BBbY' BkSPbBBBBBBi BftaBBBBBBBBBI ' Markers and Mausoleum. Send for our illustrated desigae and prices. Large and new stock to select from all high class work. v x Fifth and Market Sts. H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Totaanaxa 1612. New Muldoon MonumeBiCf, 652 South Third St. Holiday Gilts Deserved on Faynaeat. Tmwt LOUISYHiUS. festivities. Among the 'distinguished clergy present were Archbishop First Communion Books Bishops Pitayel and McGovern, Qranjon, Glass, Henneeey, Tihen, Ward, Scannell and Matz and over a ROSARIES hundred priests. Rev. Michael J. SCAPULAR MEDALS O'Connor, S. J., of St Louis University, preached the sermon. Father permission to land. The Government to Get See ear Rev feeelc, O'Connor preaebed the sermon when explained that neither O'Connor's NORTON BUILDING Bishop Muldoon was consecrated. Ka.ried." nationality nor his passport was in N.W. Cmer Fwrth and Jeffersu question, but that It regarded his KYry Deretioaal Article Iter. LTVH LONGEST LIFE. admission as undesirable, and thereNe treaele.te eliew tfeeda. fore, .according to established rule, AMERICA'S On the average married further detailSogers Church Goods Co. St. Martin's FIRST HOSPITAL. iiye.imu pernio jyunsr tutiu women excluded him without thing has been Hospital, In Mexico, wui ing Ita.abjectionB. Ne eatabllaked in 180, was itb flrst enee. This tip should iniUreet many heard from O'Conuor, who le a n S. FOURTH' AVE. ttolUl in Jjnerka. of this country, j EI The consecration of the Right ttov. A. J. Schuler as Bishop of El Paso, Texas, took place Thursday in the Cathedral at Denver, and was made the occasion for great religious GEORGETOWN. WILLIAM A. PERRY, For Legislature. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT OBJECT TO O'CONNOR. The Associated Press dispatches bring the news that Michael J. O'Connor, of New York, a passenger on the American steamer St. Louis, which arrived at London from New York on October 24, has by order of the British Government been refused The marriage of Miss Lulie Burke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burke, one of Ithe most popular young girls In Georgetown, and John Drummel, of Portsmouth, Ohio, took place Tuesday evening at St. John's church, Georgetown. Many friends and relatives were present to witnpss the ceremony and tender congratulations, GRANTED POPE'S REQUEST. BOBHIvER, 5S1 S. Shelby. Near Cbeahnat WATCHES, i DIAMONDS, JEmUT Evervthlrjp cuararjteed Wuteb jewelry repairing a specialty. HERRMANN MPMTEItS BROS LXKKIftt "Hi li ("J eltl-se- "' According to press reports all the belligerent Powers have granted the ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGL request of Pspe Benedict that Sun113 W. Bxetawar, XalrrUl, Xjr. day be made a day of absolute repose for prisoners of war. Several Ceadbeted by the Xaverl&a Brother. Solestlflo and BusIbm of the countries in their replies said Clasatoal.Preparatory Department, iMrgt that they already had " been observ- CeurMa. Post, Well Bqulppe4 dyns-tnagytlmmisg " ing this rule. Terma Moaemfa. ire. Jamea, rlr Slve 78ur feoy an 4notim that will prepare taam for IU. FINE WINES AND Distillers sad Wholocale Defers In Finest Barnds of Ka tncky WkUkie, pdjlljr, Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. imj.j iwjarwi t. yyaM;oMMMMt4 INCORPORATED liil Bacon a soNSi We HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Prediction That Quinine Shortly Will Advance to $3 an Ounce. a remedy for Chills, Malaria or IRELAND. lecord of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. Miss Mary Smith, of Kilrooskoy, who died at an advanced age, waa interred in the round Tower cemetery at Clones. Swlnford Guardians havo elected Dr. J. iM. O'Reilly, of the Salford uoyal iHospItal, to tho medical I HERMAN STRAUS X rouBTji Avenue MHH IMIMIillKI ncopaAre:o " market I It II . SONS (gJ strcct ? What are you eolne to do for TAKE dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. Fever? WE CARRY A REPRESENTATIVE LINE OF RELIGIOUS GOODS AT REASONABLY LOW PRICES. Rosaries; priced at, each 50c, 10c 25c.. 15c and Way of tho Cross Rosaries; 25c .each IJlesMxI Sacrament Roods; each each. Division 3 will merit, next Monday evening. joe .wcfcariny is practicing new j1 the remedy known for steps for tho next dancing contest Jerry Hallohan, of Division 4, Is mese coduiuodh aoais maepena still unable to work "because of on ent of the quinine market. Leselia Fever Remedy Right Now Is the Time You Need u.. Columbus, (Tho Injured arm. Guaranteed not to contain quiThe Hibernian Rifles are the only nine, arsenic or any harmful Independent military organization in drues. Ohio. 12-0- Rosary of tlio Soron Dolors; Rosary of tho Five Wounds; ' 8c 10c -- $5.50 Blankets Guardians accepted ored Blankets tho resignation of Dr. R. Gray, J. $4.25 P., as dispensary medical officer of 50c Children's Bed Blank- 100 Armagh forty-thre-e pairs of City, after years' service. ctc ; size 40x68 ; per pair. .39c Blankets; size 66x80; in Bantry Guardians adjourned their . 75c Gray Bed Blankets; size red and black plaid color meeting In token of respect to tho ; only; $5.50 values, for. .$4.25 50x72; per pair 65c memory of Andrew McCarthy, a, member of that Trody, who died aa : $1.00 Gray Bed Blankets; 66x80 Blankets the result of a car accident. 75o size 60x74; per pair Tho business at 'the Mohlll Potty $5.50 $1.25 Tan Bed Blankets size Sessions was small, consisting of a 89o A complete line of 66x80; per pair few ordinary police cases. In which tho usual fines were Imposed. Some $1.75 Tan Bed Blankets; Blankets, including white ficers. civilian cases were adjourned. size 72x80; per pair $1.25 and plaid; size 66x80, at The fall quarterly meeting of tho M. Keating, M. P., speaking at $2.00 White, Gray or Tan reduced price of order will be held Jn Division 3's $5.50 T the Hibernian Hall, Thomas'own, By James A. Rooney, LL. D. club house on Sunday afternoon, Noilea .Blankets; extra said that If conscription were passed October 31, 1863 Death in his vember 21. 72x84 heavy; size 74x80; largest Blankets tno seventieth year, while Chancellor land,.irisu party would come to IreApplication has been made to tho fight It to a finish and defeat size, each $1.50 $5.75 of the dloceso of (Albany, N. Y., ft. New York County Board for a charof the Rev. James Kooney; born UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. JeffersDn S'reel ter for a now division being organIn t"he presence of a large assem75x88 Jacquard Blankets A large assortment of in Lelxllp, County Kildare, Ireized In Presentation parish. land, in 1794; pastor at Platts- - blage of clergy and laity, the new Blankets; size 72x Baby Blankets Hibernians of Oshkosh, Wis., will . burg, N. Y., from 1839 to 1854, Catholic church at Murroe, County 84 ; up from $5.75 havo a booster meeting on Sunday, solemnly dedicated When he waa r.nllari rfn lAlhnnv liv UimerlcK, was Teddy Bear and Bunny Baby Jacquard Robe Blankets; Novomber 28, when about 100 new Bishop (afterward Cardinal) Mc- - J 'His Grace the Most Rev. Dr. Good Coffee a Morning Necessity members will bo received Into the Closkey. Blankets, in pink, blue and size 75x88, including ropes and Harty. order. krinkle down wool Rev- Dr- - O'Bryno, brdther of Rev. frogs, in plaids, stripes, etc., November 1, 17G4 The Very Rev. You'll find that Mulloy't Coffei Is JUST what you want Hibernians of Brockton, The 39c Blankots for. . . 25c Adolphus IkjuIs de Barth born J w Byrne, Boolavogue, while they last after Mass., made great gains in memberin Muenster, Germany, son of BPendIng six months in, Ireland, has 75c Blankets for. . . 69c $2.25 values $1.69 2 1.2 Iba. Now Ulead Coffee with $ ship this month. One member setoT Gran&mstown, South Africa, Joseph do Barth Count do Wal- - lcft $1.00 Blankets for. . . 79c Special Rebate Tiolcet, Rood for lOo $2.50 values $1.89 cured thirty candidates and others wuero ho hns been stationed for bach; ordained at Strasburg In 4 in trade only few less. $1.50 Blankets for. . .$1.25 $3.50 values $2.75 1790; early missionary In Penn- - Bome years. Deep symlpathy Is felt sylvanla and Maryland and ad- The Minneapolis Ladles' (Auxyour neighborhood The Malloy man is in iliary has done much for Irish hisDo- of tho diocese of put South Moyo with Michael every week Phone im and have him call. tory study. Rev. iFather O'Brien Philadelphla, died at laney, of Ballyhaunls, on tho death I We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates !H!HlSaWtiBBBBy m presided alt a most interesting meetof his youngest son, W. J. Delaney, Baltimore, October 13, 1843. A iralJuilKi&illlalr HOST i .A,iLAt Yt t t 1 1 1 ing Tuesday night. November 2, 1887 Death in hla pensions clerk to tho local Old Ago ii"11""1 W. MARKET ST. BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 seventy-secon- d The campaign of Division 2 of year at Mount Pensions Committee. Y Syracuse is progressing favorably At Thomas Kendrlck. 'Dublin, has Hope, Md., of the Rev. John inn last meeting eight membere were Bapst, S. J., missionary and edu- - dle(1 at he Naas Union Hospital as ONE DOLLAR starts a Savines Account added to the roll and several appli cator; victim of gross Know- - mo result or injuries sustained by with this safe, conservative, nothing outrage at Ellswor'h,, being knocked down by a motor car cations approved. Maine; rector of (Boston College at Blackburn. The car was driven Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more I Wolfe Tone Division, L. A., of San In 1859; born In Switzerland, by a military officer. Francisco, enltertalned Us members at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 December 17. 1815; ordained DeThe new Stations of the Cross las week with a grand banquet, folper cent. No cost to you whatever. cember 31, 184G. presented to St. Mary's church, lowed by a delightful programme of lt& The same courteous attention given the Ardee, by Bornard Keelan, wero sol3, 1784 November musical selections and recitations. Dr. John depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. baptized at Kamouraska, emnly erected on Sunday evening. The Hibernians of Sau Mateo Canada; pioneer and friend of the Rev. J. McKPone, Dundalk, preached will next month "have a "Night in w We're Prepared to Do It Promptly Northwest and founder of Oregon on tho occasion. Ireland," when 200 picturesque City; born In itho parish of James Hannlgan, of views will be exhibited. The pro First-Clas- s Style. and in Under (he Bi Clock Second nnd Market iRlvlere du Loup, Canada, October tho Cootehlll Guardians, has died ceeds will be donated to St. MatStato Government Supervision. 9, .1784; died in Oregon City very suddenly. The death Is also thew's church. September 3, 1857, aged seventy- - announced of Lawrence Sullivan, The visit of Mrs. Mary F. tnree years: il uauieborough, a member of tho East National Director of the 4, 1821 St. Peter's Cavan Executive, U. I. L. Ladies' Auxiliary, aroused much en- November church, Washington, D. C, dedU) Steps are in progress to introduce HVmHHHWVmMHWVMWVWMHVHMUmWVWUMW thusiasm in Indianapolis, where cated by the Rev. Jean Mario a scheme of electric lighting in the there is a splendid organization of Tessler, S. S., Superior of the, town of Ballymote, and as Canon eight divisions. Baltimore Sulpicians and admin- - Qulnn Is taking a deep Interest In County Cody, Miss Catherine istrator of tho dloceso of Baltic this, as in every movoment for tho Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, President of the New Albany Ladies' moro during tho ahsence of Arch- - betterment of rthe place, success la Auxiliary, has been doing some efCirculars, Dodgers, Etc. bishop aiarechal In Europe. assured. fective work. Tho auxiliary con The templates giving a number of social November 6, 1851 Death alt Little'' College golden jubilee of St. Mel'a Chute, Wis., of tho IRev. Theo- was celebrated In a befitting Dance and Wedding Invitations entertainments during tho winter. dore J. Vandcn iBroek, O. P., manner. A very large congregation Ladles' Auxiliary of Los The a Specialty. years to the day, listened attentively to tho eloquent aged sixty-eigAngeles has organized a club for tho as he was born in Amsterdam, sermon of His Lordship Most Rev. HOME PHONE 946. study of Irish history, literature, Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of (Holland, November 5, 1783; In- - Dr. Hoare on the occasion of high etc. In honor of tho late "Bishop of missionary In Wisconsin: mass at tho Cathedral dlan trading stamps, r many other useful articles carried Los Angeles it was the unanimous completed first church in Green contest for tho Tho in our premium rooms. "hoico that It bo named tho 'tfJonaty Bay, begun 'by father Maz- - Parliamentary vacancy in Dublin Irish Historical CIud." zuchelll; spent nineteen years Harbor division, In which each of tmiAtinmmmwiUtttttiiMMMMWMWWWWWUUt Division 25 of Jersey City visited ministering to tho Indians. the candidates was a (Nationalist and East Orange recently and presented November C, 1758 'Death at Crown home ruler, resulted ns follows i 810 WDST GRXSI9r an American flag to Rev. John J. IPolnt of the Rev. Donys Baron, Alderman Alfred Byrne, 2,298; Tho WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS Murphy Church of Our Lady. IRecollect; chaplain of the French O'Mahony, D. L., 913; Alderman ? Tho flag for the was raised by Col. Patrick forces in Pennsylvania (and of- - John J, Farrell, 677. Tumulty, a civil war veteran and fcrcd the first mass In Fort uncle of Joseph Tumulty, Secretary Duquesne, the site of the city of WOMEN'S BRANCH. to President Wilson. Pittsburgh, Pa., April 17. 1764; Friday night at St. John's Hall, horn at Pontarller in Franche REORGANIZING VINCENTIANS. Conito; arrived in Quebec in Clay and Walnut, a meeting of.men 1740; ordained September 23, prominent in the Catholic Knights A reorganization of the St. 1741.. of America was held for the purpose JLndics'ZSults Gleaned and Pressed $1 .00 of assisting Catholic ladies in orde Paul Society of the United Uentlcmeirs Suits denned nnd Pressed l.OO ganizing a women's branch of that WILL HONOR DEAD. b'ates will Gentlemen's Pnlm Bench Suits Cleaned nnd Pressed. . .COc The most popular cooking device in conference be made nextinmonth at a order in Louisville. President Ben Washingto be held Gentlemen's Suits Sponged nnd Pressed 25c Kruse, of the Central Committee, the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, ton. Tho plans have already been Gen. Michcael Relchert and was the leading spirit and reported A of the Uniform Rank, perfected and reyure only the forbakesi perfectly and consumes the least that already sixteen applications had mal ratification of r. delegate com- -' Catholic Knights of America, are been secured. After remarks by possible amount of gas. each of the provinces making preparations for tho observ Peter mitteo from J. Dowllng, Joseph P. McGinn, country to put thorn into ance of All Saints' day on Sunday, In tho Both Phones 2635. ' 426 South Fifth St. It is made to last. Stato effect. Cadlnal Qibbons has prom- November 7, in a manner never be-- HenryTreasurer Veeneman, Secretary Schulten and others, It was ised to preside at tho conference, D"u" " " decided to .hold which will be held November 20 and ""; company w 11 assemble at the tho ,atter part a general meeting of 21. Thomas M. Mulry, of Now York, gate of St. Louis cemetery at 3:30 which thoao womonnoxt month who ar0 now President of the national body of o clock In tho afternoon and from membors, the applicants and others do Paul Socioty, took there march to the graves of their who tho St. Vincent 215 WEST MARKET STREET. majr becomo Intere8ted will be up the question with Cardinal Qib- deceased members, which will , bo tnvitaA wJl i lf bons following his consultation with decorated In military order. At each least fifty names will bo secured for Hem. City 3101 Cauib. South 900-- Y tho Cardinal over tho Mexican dis- grave there will be a few remarks tho list. This meeting will tress, and obtained tho prelate's and prayers for the dead. The mostcharter tako place In tho parlors promise to attend, the Washington Knights would bo pleased to have of thelikely conference. The reorganization "will present as many members as can to Fourth Knights of Columbus homo on & avenue. effect the unification of tho various take part In the Impressive services. INCOnrORATKD. which thero American provinces, of MARIE L. CLARK. are fourteen, with an active memKNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. bership of moro than 12,000. They fnf(a T. SMovIr fenlsiunrl Coal. lMti Chicago, are Baltimore, Boston, Chairman Thomas Walsh has ar- - nr'nnrcr it. ii'.,!, a,' ,..vatiururl 4ws ' laM Cincinnati, "",i'""""",uui m " ..k Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue New Orleans, Dubuque, Milwaukee, loca KnightsnntnefolnmAnin for the runy to rest on Tuesday at noon at New York, San Franof Columbus the family nome. 1G23 West cisco, Philadelphia, Seattlo, St. Paul month that should prove gtreet 6ho had 8uffered City and Santa Pe. very attractive. The meeting next tucky aiiments tfor five months and Oregon and ? These provincial bodies are to to be Wednesday night will be devoted to from tho end wa8 not unexpeoted. Mrs. consolidated under one governing the business of the council, but on ciark was born in this city flfty-th- o ' iiihBiibbiiiiiH body with headquarters in Washingsucceeding Wednesday, Novem- - 8even years ago and waB hold ln BBBBBjflBJBBBBBBa ton, dealing direct with Paris In ber 10. Robert G. Wulf will present hgh e8teem by a wide circlo of ac- ' connection with all American action. a moBt interesting and instructive nualntane. Sh la niinrfvpd hv IflwTMHtaVH set of stereoptlcon views taken In hiiBhan.i. ,w oiarir nn. Yellowstone Park and never seen jr.; a daughter, (Miss Marie L. EUCHRE AND LOTTO. 1111MH II 111 1 1 H I II 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 e 1 1 Ml I ) H 1 1 1 1 g H here before. Prof. Leo Sqhmltt Is ciark, and three brothers, Alex., ; p. BANNON, ., M. J. BANNGN, The congregation of St. Aloysius arranging a high class muslcale foriranjc and Joseph An slade. Funeral UWROKE I. KDtCMAM. church of Peweo Valley will give a the evening of November 17, In pervices were held Thursday morn- - . . mctair. nMrrK. tirm. SHnfery. 7L3-7L- 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET euchre' and lotto next Wednesday wnicn me dosi iouisvme laieni win Ing at Sacred 'Heanl church, Rev. ii TtlMkHK-CM- fe.. S. 289i. Htm. Ctty 2399. In the Trinity club house, participate. evening Father Patrick Walsh being the celebrant of the requiem mass and Baxter and Morton avenues. The CALICO HOP. games will be called at 8:30 sharp speaking words of consolation to the mm .t bereaved ifamily, ito Whom their and many handsome prjzes will be The Bertrand Club will entertain many friends tender sympafthy. disposed of. Sewer ad Calvert Pipe, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a with a calico hop in Bertrand Hall Baaaea's Pateat LliAttA Pipe fer Steam Ceadakt, next Thursday evening, the girls to TURKEYS FOR PRIZES. DBCIDED SUCCBSS. Wall Capiatf, Drala Tile, Vltrlfe Brick, bring sample of their pie baking, at A pje auction to be the feature of Pire rrMlasj, Plae Liaia& Fire Brick Friends of Sts. Mary and ElizaThe Forty Hours' devotfohs Holy Name church closed Tuesday the evening. The Committee of Ar beth Hospital have arranged for a Grate awl Seller Tile, Graaai Fire Clay, CUauMr fops. morning with a 'solemn Tjigh toass rangements are Messrs. Joseph R. monster card party entertainment V. Rlggs, W. O. on Wednesday and Thursday, NovemOFFICE 628 WEST JEFFERSON with reeultB highly gratifying' to" the Lauffer, George Extra Pale Peerless Common the pastor. Hardman. L. J, TJisober, James E. ber 10 and 11, when "turkeys will be Rev. John O'Connor, J f OUMB. MAIN7. .iO prizes. The J. HMPHONlOITY73.17B8. Dm to the great demand wears how BOTTLING COMMON, During the three .days 'Father O'Con- Kogan, Frank C.'J. Cullen, Robert P, awarded asinclude euchre entertain Reagan, W. urns, Robert ment will and Inttn X WORKS nor was assisted by wo Franciscan 13clt Break, art Ma Mita Ay, If you ha'r trltd the rest et the BEST. and . t P, Kelly I and promises to be one of MM. btImUi. and all. were kept busy In Ufoagber, 7, R, Mudd, ;y 1 1 jt jI(Vm ffii?iVi Ti 1 1 1 ii i M 1 1 1 1 1 1 . and J, ,F. IK i attractive yet givea. MfOfiES Home SfaaaMW,an4 ft.- CmWr.ni (the confeMioaaU. i 10c each ,'. Gold Filled Rosaries; ten and fifteen years guarantee; each 75c $1.00 and All-WooI nearly a hundred members. The membership contest at Cam bridge, Mass., will end with a monLESELIA REMEDIES COMPANY, ster initiation on November 9. Incorporated Tho 'Hibernian Social Club of DiLouisville, Kentucky. vision 3 will entert'-alwith a euchro Crucifixes, Bibles, Shrine Lamps, See. our line of Statues, and lotto next Thursday evening. Candlesticks, Scapular Medals, etc. An awakening Is looked for in the AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. ranks of 'Division 2. This division has a wide and excellent field for work. EDW. A. AXMAN HOME PHONE CITY 3238 DAN J. HBNNESSY Tho national officers attended the Timely Record of Some Memor- County Board meeting In New York able Events in the Catholic Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. City this week and installed the ofHistory of America. Children's Rosaries; each 19c, 10c 15c and Gold Filled Rosaries; guaranteed for 20 years; each $3.00, $2.50, $2.00 and. .'. . ., 91.75 Sncrcd Heart Manual; priced 25c at 50c and Vest - Pocket Prayer Men's Rooks, $1.00, 75c, 50c and. . .25c Children's Prayer Rooks; each 25c 35c and Key of Heaven; priced at, 50c each, $1.00, 59c and St. 'Paul HIbornlans hope to start excavating ipr it heir new hall on St. Patrick a day. A campaign haB been started for a big joint Initiation on Thanksgiving z. Bottle $1.00 ALL DRUGGISTS. Trado Mark Registered. day at ColUmbus, Ohio. Much enthusiasm prevails in Boston over the national convention to be held there next July. The New Albany Ladles' Auxiliary, organized three years ago, has now iH&djp5 FEVER REMEDY H0H CtNUINE WITHOUT of Charlestowri. At Cavan Criminal Sessions Judge Browne, K. C, was presentod wi;h a pair of white gloves tied with red, white and blue ribbons. Tho announcement: of tho death of William (Ferris, one of tho best known of Derry merchants, has been received with great regrot In the North. BLANKETS AND WE'RE GLAD TO OFFER THEM TO YOU AT THESE LOW PRICES. ! Every One New and Perfect Just the Thing For Cool Nights. Mighty Specials in Col 1 THIS SlGNATUM. There was no criminal business at the Donegal Crown Sessions, and Judge Cooke was presented with white gloves as a souvenir of tho occasion. Tho (Armagh I All-wo- ol . 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