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NO. 19. mourning and sorrow intermingled and gnashing of with weeping teeth. i It has never occurred to many of Guardians of Liberty, Junior the patriots Order and other that they are violating the spirit of the constitution of the United States year in and year out when thpy attempt to pescribe Catholic citizens because of their religion, but this is attributed in many Instances because of their lack of education, this class of orders thriving on illiteracy. Section 3, Article VI., of the constitution of the United States says: "No religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States." ed LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. prehension or misrepresentation of her actual teaching. No real Instance of contradiction of herself, or variation in doctrine, has ever been detected by oven the most learned and subtle of her opponents, and never will be. Nor does she over teach ono doctrine which contradicts Victory by a Narrow Margin in another doctrine she teaches. Even State Election of her enemies are struck with tho sysTuesday. tematic consistency and coherence of .her teaching. Tho infidel Saint Simon declares that her catechism and prayers aro tho most profoundly Close Race Duo to Mistakes of systematic works over written. , tho State Campaign SKETCH OF HOME RULE. Committee. BIGOTRY Given Another Setback by Be- suits of the State and City Elections. Election of McCall in Massachusetts an Awful Blow to Bigots. A Catholic diocese of Harrlsburg, was destroyed by fire Tuesday, but its 103 children, who woro attending JUNIOR ORDER PRECINCT DETAIL mass in the chapel when tho flames were discovered, woro marched to safety. Tho building occupied a height overlooking the city of Harwas ono One pleasing thing to note in tho rlsburg and tho flroyears, tho of tho flames lection results of Tuesday 1b that most spectacularinintho air. Defects bigotry In politics was given a black shooting high supposed to have eye and the results will discourage in wiring are politicians and schemers from intro- caused tho fire, as one of the Sisters, ducing religion in political cam- in attempting to speak over a telepaigns for the benetit of any party phone shortly after 8 o'clock, found it almost too hot to touch. Flames r faction. Tho most striking result is shown were discovered insido tho wainin tho Massachusetts returns. In scoting of a room in tho north wing, that State early last spring tho and in a few minutes they ate their puardians of Liberty, Junior Order way to tho roof. "Word quickly was and other dark lantern organiza- sent to tho Rev. Dennis P, Reardon, tions laid plans early ito defeat Gov. who was celebrating mass in the Walsh, the present Democratic Gov- chapel in tho south wing, and in a ernor, for and to that few minutes the youngsters wore end decided to support former Con marched out under tho direction of gressman Samuel W. McCall, who Sister Aloyslus, the Superioress. was an announced candidate for the Father Reardon continued tho mass nomina- until all of the children were out of Republican Gubernatorial tion in tho primary. They agreed , tho building and left tho altar when that tho only, request they would tho chapel was filled with smoke. Most of tho effects of the children their support was that, in tho event were saved, together with considof election, ho would refuse to ap- erable furniture, as tho wing where point Catholics to office and at tho tho firo started was used only for same time remove any that were dining 'rooms, study halls and classholding even minor State appoint- rooms. Owing to tho high location ments. But they reckoned without of tho building tho firemen had their man. When tho committee of difficulty in obtaining sufficient bunk patriots appeared Mr. MaCall water pressure in tho early stages not only spurned their offer, but of the fire, and it quickly spread to flatly told them that he didn't caro tho other wings. The orphanage for ithe support of any of helr ilk. was built prior to the civil war as a desMad with rage, they fought residence. It was converted into nn perately to defeat him for the Re- orohanago by Bishop Shanahan in publican nomination, 'but without 1901. guccess, ho receivisg a big majority In the primary, while Gov. Walsh QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. was given the Democratic nomination. A well attended a.d very pleasant iFollowJng the primary and still meeting of tho Queen's Daughters suffering from the sting of their was held Friday afternoon, when rebuke and defeat, the patriots (?) much business was transacted and the plans for the "Christmas shop" ex""decided to support Sielther Democratic or Republican nominee plained in detail. This "shop" will for he good and sufficient reason be held on Saturday, December 11, that their support was not wanted. at the hall of the Knights of ColumTho leaders then decided to support bus on Fourth street, and the variNelson B. Clark, the Bull Moose ous committees aro already very nominee, he agreeing to subscribe enthusiastic over the prospects. Tho views Junior Circle will have charge of d to all of their and run on the platform of religious tho refreshments, and for this Miss proscription. In 1912 tho Bull Elizabeth Hayes and her hand of Moose party polled a vote of workers are accomplishing great 144.300, and tho A. P. A. leaders things. Miss Katherine Hines, who figured that that party's strength, will direct the entertainment by thd coupled with tho bigots gathered Junior Circle, has made preparations from all parties, would make them that will please and surprise the a formidable contender. Then the young people, and has also plans for campaign began in earnest, the decorating In an original and most American Citizen, an A. P. A. organ, artistic manner. Tuesday afternoon and the Menace wore put into tho there was a meeting of the Board hands of overy Protestant voter of Directors at tho residence of of of copies weekly, thousands Griswold, and on the same day journals, fake K. Mrs. Junior Circle mot with Miss these the of C. oaths and other Miss Elizabeth Hayes at her resliterature being circulated by the idence. The proceeds of the entercarload. Only last Saturday the tainment will be devoted to the SisAmerican Citizen came out with big ters of the Good Sheherd to aid scare-heaon the first page, them in their charity work during loudly proclaiming that at least the winter. desert the 70,000 voters would Democratic and Republican parties HIBERNIANS DELIGHTED. ahd join hands with tho (Bull his Moosers to elect Clark. In Division 1, A. O. H., hold Its meetspeeches Clark stated that If elected ing on Thursday night of last week, wage unceasing Governor ho would present seemed dewhen war on the Catholic church, this lighted those the good standing rewith causing tho bunk patriots to howl ported and tho manner in Which dues with glee. Mark Ryan wero paid. Bnt what an awakening Tuesday occupied thePresident and in happy chair night when the returns came in. business McCall, the Republican candidate, mood expedited the routine were anx235.919 votes; "Walsh, tho In order to give those who received Democrat, received 229,312; Shaw, ious to leave for other duties the opportunity. Treasurer the Prohibitionist, received 19.624, desired but and then came Clark, the A. P. A. Thomas Keenan's humorous good candidate, limping far in the rear timely remarks added to tho doubtwith the small total of 7,034. To cheer and his exhortation will After all add to their misfortune the A. P. less be complied with. A.'s promoted an unsuccessful fight present had opportunity to be heard of on matters pertaining to tho welfare on Mayor James iM. Curley, Boston, on account of his religion, of tho order President Ryan brought they being behind a movement for the session to a close with words of his recall, a majority rote of 12,00.0 cheer and encouragement and a plea being needed to succeed. Again for the presenco of members at they were beaten badly, not even meetings. earning near an even vote on the ' SILVER JUBILEE. iaaUer. A similar movement was started here by the Junior Order boys, who St. Patrick's Branch of the Cathfire tho instigators of religious olic Knights and Ladles of America, bigotry in 'all of our political the second one to be organized, has previous made elaborate preparations for the For severar-weekto the election these "AnJerlcan flas celebration of Its silver jubilee next wavers (in times 'of peace) held Wednesday night at Robinson Hall, jjnaday afternoon meetings, being Seventeenth arid Main streets. There harangued bjr fiery ) orators who will be short addresses and an Interesting literary and musical probelieve )n Catholics being Sldn't to hold office 'and denounc- gramme, at the conclusion of which ing the' Catholic candidates on the there will be a luncheon. St. PatDemocratic1 ticket." '" llke their rick's Branch ranks as one of the brother's in Massachusetts, ithey "troneest in the country, and its Holley, was its bragged in advance about what they President, Patrick would do, and on election day they first executive officer. Members of were found stationed at overy pre- all' other branches have been incinct, easily being discernible and vited to take part in the celebration. marked because of their hang-do- g HONORS FOR THE DEAD. appearance and the fact that they were shunned by all except in sevTomorrow afternoon at St. Louis eral instances when they held consultations with their fellow negro cemetery there "will be a strikingly workers. It was remarked by many Impressive ceremony whes the UnithBt probably their failure to make form Rank of the Catholic Knights their dead. a showing on election day Is caused of America honor by the fact that elections are held Promptly at 3 o'clock Company A to daylight and this clas6 are more and Gen. Michael Relchert and Btaff will meet at the main entrance, and at home in the dark. The result here was the same as from there march to the graves of In Massachusetts, the Democratic Hie aeeeped 'members, which will ticket, being, elected by the tanner be decorated in military order, folby State,' and' if and prayars Jiajority of the gathering of the lowed the brief tributes All Catholic departed. tka for Junior Order is held tomorrow KnjrhtB who can are asked to parafternoon it will he a meeting of ticipate in these memorial services. narrow-mindemud-gutter anti-Cathol- ic ds cam-paign- ORPHANAGE DESTROYED. Clark, the A. P. A. and Bull JIooso Nominee, Buried in the Sylvan Heights Orphanage, the Itcturus. largest Institution of its kind in tho i I sr November 10 'Reunion and anniversary of Catholic Knights and Ladles alt Robinson Hall, Seventeenth and 'Market enNovember Card Education Shows Need of Social tertainment for 1 Sts. Mary partyEliza- Fatal Defect of All Protestant and Reasoning Against CathoStudy But Suggests Radical beth Hospital. 2 November El Nomo Minlic Church. Textbooks. strels at St. Leo's school hall, Highland Park, both evenings. November 23 "Bourke Cochran's ?n lm1!na TTrriif lxf lmtittwlnl r9 ' Aro But Two Ways Possible in led ure, "A Plea for Peace." Their Duty in This 7 Which to Impeach Her January Annual charity euchre and lotto for St. Anthony's Matter. Title. Hospital, Phoenix Hill Hall. In answer to many queries the February 16 Carnival at Trinity following is a brief sketch of the one week. Council club house for Irish home rule bill: Folly of Bargaining For Labor Education Must Be Based on How Know Protestants That the On April 11, 1912, Mr. Asqulth Vote From Walking introduced the Government of IreCorrect Ethical and Moral Church Misunderstands Delegates. land bill, asserting the supremo Principles. Holy Scripture? authority of tho Imperial Parliament, but providing for a Parliament for the internal government of Ireland. Tho bill passed LOUISVILLE'S SPLENDID SHOWING POINTS TO SIGN OF THE TIMES COHERENCE OF HER TEACHINGS its third reading in tho Commons January 16, 1913; January 30 it Rev. Francis C. Kclloy Points to was rejected by the Lords. Sir EdNeed of Assisting tho ward Carson's amendment excluding The official count of Tuesday's It there is any ono thing which Immigrants. Will our enemies say: "The Ulster had meanwhile been rejected, voto will benln tortnv hrnP i... characterizes in an especial manner or misin- and the Ulster movement against State Election Board church misunderstands tho latest terprets the Holy Sscrlptures?" But home rulo In toto was growing in revised estimates areand the effect tho expressions of public men and to thinkers at the present day, It is the how know they that? Are they them- intensity. The bill passed tho Com- that Stanley and the entire Demosocial problems. And Must Understand and Practice selves infallible interpreters of the mons for tho second time July 17, cratic ticket will bo elected by an discussion of also, it may bo said, to a great deWord? If they aro not infallible, 1913. When Parliament reopened approximate majority of 3,500, Civic as Well as Other gree this discussion Is tinctured with they are fallible, and they can op- In February, 1914, tho Government wuiuu uunougn close is sufficient an unsound and unhealthy radicalpose to tho understanding of the announced its Intention of passing and bears out tho prediction in Virtues. ism. The aim of all these men is to cttarch only their own fallible In- tho bill for the third tlmo, without these columns Just three weeks ago.i arouse tho people to a realization of terpretations. But the church, submitting It to a referendum vote, when it was said that all indical their responsibilities, and further, for- but In March Premier Asqulth pro- tions pointed to a "hoss race" bewrites Orestes A. Brownson, sad to relate, to urge them to de- Catholics Need Social Settle- merly a Protestant minister, as wo posed that those counties of Ulster tween Stanley and Morrow and that. structive action. havo seen, is at worst only fallible, which wero not In sympathy with tho predictions made by Congress ments, Clubs and Bay Tho leading article in tho last isand no more likely to err in her home rulo should bo excluded for man (janirni, uov. MoCreary and Nurseries. sue of tho American Journal of Interpretations than they aro in six years from tho provisions of tho others, in which they stated that Sociology furnishes a very striking theirs. Consequently, their interpre- act. Tho bill passed Its third and Stanley would win by an overwhelmexample of this state of affairs. It tations can never be a sufficient last reading beforo the Commons ing figure, should bo taken with a is entitled "The Mind of tho Citizen" motive for setting aside hers, since May 25, 1914; radically modified, it grain of salt. It can not be denied that Mr. and is written by Arland D. Weeks, GOSPEL OF UNSELFISH DEVOTION she is as likely to bo right as they. passed tho Lords on July 15. Five of North Dakota Agricultural ColThe Holy Scriptures necessarily days later the Commons took up tho Morrow made a formidablo candilege. Tho author strongly emphacease to bo an indopendent authority amended and modified form of tho date and that he made a clean-csizes tho need for increased attention the moment they only say what tho bill for extended consideration. Tho canvass all through, Indulging in no to political and social study among or billingsgate. Tho Very Rev. Francis (C. Kelly, interpreter makes them say, and tho King called a conference of all tho only statement from tho people at tho present time, and President of theirs, which speaks nothing, as to the Church Extension authority interpreter's; Is nothere is leaders, which camo to would mako mar his clean record him serving efgives a few suggestions as to tho was to the nono of tho extremists but tho and particular lino such study should Society, who has taken great inter- tho reason why the Scriptures can any concessions for peace. On tho fect "that there was a lot of est in the poor and immigrants, In a never be that rule of faith which following Sunday tho famous Dublin crooked election work In the Tenth follow. Coming from one who is in educational work among a recent address pointed tho way for Protestants allege tbem to be. No riots occurred, in which four people ward." In a ward like thlB where very import nt section of tho peo- Catholics to come to their assist- controversy between us and Prot- wero 'killed and between thirty and the negroes predominate there Is ple, his remarks and suggestions ance: estants is or can bo settled by an tifty wounded. So intense was the bound ito be minor election offenses, Ono of Ithe potent means of appeal to them; for as we Interpret Indignation in England are worthy of consideration. and Ire- but it must be taken into account "Tho absence of insistent inquiry bringing immigrants close to us is them they sustain us, and our inter- land that Mr. Asqulth announced that if tho Democrats are guilty of of pretation must be set aside before that all consideration of home and discussion among tho people," for their Catholic rule theso they aro moro than offset by he tells us, "is a source of political education, means and influence to they can bo used against us. But must bo postponed until tho excite- the thousands of negro voters who weakness, for anon elected to office take a deeper practical interest in unhappily for the Protestant, let him ment had died down. Two days register Illegally from alleys and reflect .the common attitude and them. Such Interest is now taken do his best, he can bring against our later tho European war broke out dives all through different sectiona aro circumscribed by prevailing by secular agencies and by para- and tho question of homo rule was of tho ward. But aside (from this, societies. Catholics have interpretation in no authority tho criticism comes unwarranted conditions of Insight and interest. mount, oven his own hypothesis, Indefinitely "shelved." seriously into social work. to from Mr. Morrow when it is taken The average voter needs to bo con- not gone help Is that of the church. Hero is tho needed, In view of fatal defect of all his reasonings into consideration that his home vinced thai: unless ho studies issues Material CLERICAL CHANGES. district (tho Eleventh) in tho mounhe Willi be unprepared to deal with tho crowding, congestion and bad against tho church. They are all housing of the city, all of which moro furnishes election them; he needs to study his lesson. confessedly based on an authority .This week tho Right Rov. Bishop tains thievery and crookedness to the Government is a matter requiring leads to disease and delinquency. not paramount to hers; for if she O'Donaghuo appointed tho Rev. square Inch than all - praying, praying the resi of.jhc. downright application on the part We need practicalbo fallible we still have all that Eueeno P. iDonohoe, for many years of citizens. Political questions with tho hands as well as the lips. Protestants have or can pretend to stationed at the Cathedral, to the State of Kentucky nut toetTOS must be framed for discussion, We need to interest ourselves in have. "We havo tho Holy Scriptures, pastorate of St. Paul's church, This is acknowledged by both Demoterms defined and time devoted to helping our brethren to understand reason, common sense, as well as Jackson and Kentucky, succeeding crats and Republicans. Mistakes aro made In all camthe study of principles. Civic wel- and practico the civic as well as tho they. Wo may havo infinitely moro tho late Father Thomas York. paigns, but the two most glaring fare can not bo achieved with a other vlrtures. "Wo need Catholic social settle- than they; for an infallible church Father Donohoo is ono of tho best from a Democratic standpoint was, general avoidance of strenuous Is Infinitely superior to a fallible liked priests tho Cathedral has ever Wo mental effort, and with a splatter ments and clubs. "We need Catholic ono, but In no contingency can wo had, being a splendid pulpit orator tho failure of the State Campaign need ifcrained of attention and a lust for amuse- day nurseries. that Committee in not curbing the press workers and we need also to con- havo less. At worst wo have all they and possessed of a disposition peoplo agent who filled the columns of the ment to fill every free hour." havo at best. We are men as well as makes all his friends. Tho Tho answer to our present diffi- sider our point of view regarding they, and man to man every way. of St. Paul's aro rejoiced over tho dailies with graphic descriptions and societies which culties, he declares, 'Ms education, the appointment and feel that they have photos of Stanley and his mule-ritheir equals. Strip us of our an education that cenlters on think- aro established to help tho immi- fallible church, we should suffer in a worthy successor of the loved ing feats, this appealing to no ono an and disgusting the average voter, ing. And as one can not think un- grants, to help the poor, to found to establish free infinite loss, but even then wo should Father York. see where ability to who less ho has material with which to playgrounds, O'Connor, who is ride acouldn't was Father Francis be reduced to tho uttor naked a necessary asset mule think, it is important that there be libraries and to provide public only in which they are and glory to a Louisvillo boy and a brother of baiths. Our attitude to tho existing ness In filling the Governor's chair. The provided specific Charles J. O'Cosnor and TDr. Bernard bearing upon tho evolution of the civic societies of this kind is one of be. This is a fact that they aro apt O'Connor, takes Father Donohoo's other mistake, and which is now will bear State. There is need of a subject-matt- too much suspicion without in to forget; but if they show them it in place at the Cathedral. Since his shown by tho returns, is the action that of the Campaign Committee in compounded of hiologlcal, vestigation. A priest said to me a mind It will suffice to their from too low return from Rome Father O'Connor historical, scientific and evolution- short time ago: "If I woro pastor in allposition attacks are any Impression has not enioyed the best health and dickering with and wasting timo on! to mako ary data itho upshot of which would a poor section of the city I would a therefore was stationed the greater a few walking delegates and labor be tho grasp of underlying social have a paid social worker among my upon tho church. They must riso part of tho time in parishes outsido leaders who promised to deliver the principles, IMoro need an acquaint- people who would keep in 'touch to an Infallible authority themselves tho city. While the Cathedral loses organized labor voto to the Demochar- before they will be able to set asldo party. During tho campaign ance with tho kind of material with all existing Father Donohoe tho congregation cratic Kentucky Irish American found, for examnlo, in the works of ities. She would justify her salary the claims of the churcht to be tho feels grateful for itho appointment tho wnrned theso managers of tho folly Spencer, John FIske, David Starr through tho actual help she would church of Christ. There aro but two ways in which of CFather O'Connor. of bargaining for the labor voto, Jordan, Motchlnlkoff, Haeckel, Karl get for my poor people. Wo ought which Is a myth, but different disMarx, Darwin, Alfred Russell "Wa- to find out tho good in these agen- it is possible for Protestants to imCELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY. peach tho title of the church. Tho tricts wero deluged with Indorsellace, Henry Georgo, Lester F. "Ward cies and see if wo can'.t ments by this labor leader and that more." first is to convict her of contradictand Prince Kropoakin." sevRev. Brother Of course the idea of a trained ing in hor teaching some known eral years was Dennis, who for tho labor loader and wo were told that Hero we have Indeed a veritable stationed at up solidly does not always principle of reason; the second is to hodge-podof radical writers from charity worker Retreat on tho New-bu- organized labor was lined they had Stanley. That many fields of thought, revealing strike tho average Catholic in a convict her of having contradicted Sacred Heart road, returned from Cincinnati behind Mr. is shows by the returns. most pMfully tho weakness of our favorable light. Wo have gotten herself, or of having taught doc- last week for a visit, and while here no weight modern teachings. Tho "education into the idea that paid people to do trines which mutually contradict ono had a very pleasant celebration of In tho mining districts where thai charity Idea of predominate thd that centers in thinking" alone pro- charity, work destroys the in char- another. No church can bo from tho fortieth anniversary of his union miners was tho smallest In and that efficiency Qod that teaches as tho word of God reception as a lay brother into Democratic voto duces but very little of substantial good to the problems or human- itable organizations does not depend any doctrlno which contradicts a tho Passionist order. (Brother Den- vears. and yot If any class of work kind. That education which Is to upon money. This is all right In tho known principle of reason. But wo nis, who has traveled extensively, is ers should have given Stanley their It waB tho union be productivt of lasting and bene- abstract, or in a very small com- say a known principle of reason. A tho originator of tho liesella n solid support past favors. ficial results must bo based on cor- munity where you know everybody, doctrine may bo repugnant to our thnt- hnvn rellnved so many of miners for of tho Houso Joe rect ethical and moral principles, but If efficiency does not) depend feelings. It may run athwart our suffering aro rapidly acquiring Urgently is Ithe Catholic here re- on money there is no reason why prejudices, fancies or caprices, and a world-wld- o and reputation tor tneir Cannon always had the unaving minded of his duty in this matter. money should not depend upon effi- therefore seem to us very unreason- cures. Brother Donnls spent many enmity of organized labor leaders It does not destroy the able, and yet contradict no known years in Mexico and is well ac- and yet he was elected time after Tho words of Mr. Weeks as to, the ciency. necessity for study on tho part of virtue of charity when tho ono who principle of reason. It must also quainted with conditions there. It tlmo. J. Hampton Moore, congress- the people of this nation applies no gives all his or her time to it is contradict reason. A doctrine may was while in that country that ho man from the city of Phlladelpnia less to him as a ciltizen than to any only asking a living in return. "We bo above reason, belong to an order discovered the formulas for tho and a member of 'Congress for the other; and there is then, above all need in this day of specialists some lying altogether out of the range of Leselia remedies, and most of the past ten years, denounced Samuel tho this, the duty on his part to uso all specialists of our own. They must reason, and yet contradict no known Ingredients used in tho medicine Gompers and Frank Morrison ononce more than of "his efforts to see that our re live, or they can give us only a principle of reason. To be above are still gathered in that country. floor of Congress forms are made in accordance with small portion of their itime the reason is not necessarily to bo Brother Dennis is in a measure a because of their attempts to dellveri the votes of organized labor, and he tho unchanging Divine and naltural useless part. If "ho who preaches against reason. The church un- benefactor to mankind. has been triumphantly elected eacH law. He should remember' the the gosnel must live by the gospel." questionably has taught .and contime. Organized labor's vote and its words of our late Pontiff. Pius X., there seems to be no legitimate rea- tinues to teach doctrines which are CENTRAL COM3IITTEE. following can not bo delivered and in his great encyclical on "Christian son why we could not have charity above reason, and concerning the or Social Action,'' in which fie urges workers who receivo at least enough truth or falsity of which reason has Central tho campaign committee someChairNext Friday night the social study among Catholics in or- remuneration to live. say; but no doctrine that Committee of 'the Catholic Knight? man Which bargains with But there' is another and a much nothing to any known principle Of labor loader for that vote der that CathHo social Action may stronger of America wilj hold Its regular In a bulk is making, to use a basereason for having paid contradicts be "invigorated1 by all the practical you do got reason. Even the holy mystery Of monthly meeting at St. John's Hall ball iterm. a "bonehead play." It la Somehow methods furnished at the present workers'. Trinity and the Blessed Clay and Walnut. President B"" very well to cater to and reaaont day by progress In social and eco- efficiency under an incentive of the adorable exception to this Eucharist business will by principles already temporal reward. There ie not a assertion. form noare above reason, Kruso states that the and therefore with the workers why thev should nomic studies, They Interest every Knight, or by the conditions pusiness office In the city of Chithis or that' gained elsewhere, delegates attend supportbut bargaining candidate vote1 Incomprehensible to reason, imthat for that party, of civil society, and even by the cago run with more efficiency by Its penetrable mysteries', we admit; but requefts meetingallthe officers will At this employes, with more and yet Is another matter, a tew years agu public life of tho States." tho programme for the public several of these walking delegates economy, than the office of Church there is nothing In them or conC. B. of C. V. Extension, largely because of tho nected with them that the church meeting to bo held at the Knightp boasted with loud acclaim how the premium that has been puit upon ef- commands us to believe which con- of Columbus Hall on Sunday, No- would deliver tho labor vote CUMMINS- - DAWSON. ficiency, because efficiency tfnys. tradicts reason in any respect what- vember 21, when the ladies' brancv elect a member of the Bord, All Catholic Education, their candidate befn We are living in an age of splal-Ittt- ever. The Unitarian baa never dem- will bo organized. One of the most brilliant demonstrate, women of tho city will be welcome mfitnbnr of organized lsbor. TfceT Tf we do not do it we will be onstrated, never can ever witnessed In Nelson the falsity of the doctrine of tho at this meeting. wero five to bo elected and thli county will take place next "Wednes- behind in the race. Hence I wel- Trinity; I nor haB the Sacramentarlan Vincent's come the Idea of Tjoyola Uncandidate ran seventh. day morning at St. of TURKEY PRIZES. and The outstanding feature of the; church, New Hopo. when the Rev. iversity's School of Sociology work- over detected any contradiction Tho reason in the Real Presence. There will be some amusinr Btato cmnipaign Juct closed is the Father O'Shea will celebrate the other efforts to train social nuptial mass and unite in the bond"! ers. The social workers thpi 'shall most either can say is that reason pcenes following the card pary tob nart taken 1jy Louisville ana thf Jesse Dawson, Jr., of come from such schools will find of her own light does not affirm given at Sts. Mary and Ellzabet Fifth district, the Democrat j of wedlock their Dlaces. They are beginners in them. Hospital en tho afternoons ape" canlzation hero working likj clol New HavRn. son of Frank C. Daw-oscarcely Again the church never contra- evenlnes of Wednesday and Thurp work, each individual President of the Bank of New a field we havobecome moretouched, impor dicts herself, or teaches doctrines dnv when the fortunate ones depar riviner to Stanley and Haven, and Miss Marguerite Cum- land they will that contradict one another. She with their turkeys. For the na daughter of tant to us as the years go on. ticket the best 'that was inl mins, of New Hope, doubtless modifies hor discipline and two weeks friends of the Sister to this end worked day Artie ifittnm'ns, a prominent disJchanges her canons, repeals old ones have been working energetically fo prpelng the election. v2i ST. CHARLES. tiller. The attendants will be MlBPe Members of the congregation will and establishes new ones according the success if this euchre and lotif suit that Stanley and hi Luoille Cummins, sls'er of the bride: Muff Brown, of Barditown, give a euchre and lotto entertain- to the agencies of time and place; and have secured imany handsomr on tho State ticket were nd Katie Kearns, of Louisville; ment Monday nlirht at Si. Charles but she never teaches at on time or nrlzes in addition to a lirgo numbe hnd"omo majority nei and Chestnut, place a doctrine as of divine revela- of turkevs. In addition to the gomc-the- desDlte the rumors 'tn fe"rs. Laurence J. Dnweon. brother Hall. Twenty-sevent-h will be a musical entertain .'nto would c.rateh fh nt the groom. Arthur Cummins, Jr., and are prenared for a lnrga at- tion which she doe not teash as Chairman Erank McGj nd "Paul Dant, of Oethsemane. The tendance. Games will oemmenoe at such in all ttmes and places. The ment and lteht refrcshmivite. WW 'senciatee are justly hrlde will wear white satin, trimmed 8:15 o'clock' and fine awards will assertions of Protestant to the con- bo many features there should be '' g trary are all founded 'on mlMUt-victory, attendance. be made. In point laee and pearls. 10-121-226-2- SIGNIFICANT COMING EVENTS. HAVE MOST DEMOCRATIC HELP POOR er ut mud-slingi- s ed fellow-citize- ns non-Catho- lic non-sectari- an d- thought-materia- ls er non-sectari- an ge rg reme-fitn- er ed re-pa- rt "wod-din- es s. J n, ra . record-breakin- J8Z13W3?TJCT3?Sr XJBsX&JBL A.JMUB1&JL&AJ& KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. EVERY SATURDAY. )irs4e4 to tfc Seclal wd Moral kivaacsmemnl at Iris AaerfcaM and CtikeUc Olficlally Isdoraed by Aacto&t Order ol HlberaUas, Yoang Men's Institute aad CathoHc Knight of America. PUBLISHED QCSK583auBCe3MMa0lCeMW3 I SOCIETY. I JOSEPH M. HUFFAKER CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. Catering espeel lly to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the standard productions, historic, dramatic and comic. Miss Nell Mooney. of Nashville, Is tho guest of Mrs. Paul Rodman. irM Miss Helen O'Rourke, of ParkKENTUCKY IWIOH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporated, PubH.here view, visited friends In New Albany SINOLB COPY gc last week. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR flitUf . Mr. and Mrs. Jamoa E. Fahoy wore QnUrtd tin Ub7tH PritHc ai 8nd-C- I AMERICAN, J1MI Wt ureca St. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Pahey sH CoMwUaHoai to tfce KENTUCKY 1WSH at Parkviow. '" ' 1T1 APES i (VIJ COUNCIL fr Miss Mario Fltzglbbon has returned from Sholbyville, whoro sho visited Mrs. Leo Hall. Miss .Mario Dougherty is EUCHRE TURKEYS LOTTO 10-1- LOUISVILLE, KY NOT APPEALING. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1915. from a most enjoyable visit in and Covington. Louisville stood true for Stanley and itho Democratic party Tuesday. The credit for this is mostly duo chairman Prank McGrath and the Democratic Committee, who led their forceB with judgment and foresight that saved itho party from inglorious defeat. home Lex-Ingt- on Monster Euchre and Lotto Party and Musical Entertainment For the Benefit of Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, Afternoon and Night, in Hospital Building, H' Bernard Hagan, of Pensacola, a visit to his has been hero for The Kentucky Irish Amorican mother, Mrs. Hagan, on Boiling i; Park. congratulates tho seven Circuit O'SHAUGHNESSY. Judges and Joseph IHuffakor and Miss Gertrude Egan, who has been 1 Frank Dugan upon their election. the guest of friends here, has reThe administration Is said to bo They deserved and received large turned to her homo at Memphis, Tenn. canting about to find a suitable man majorities. This itself speaks well to fill the difficult post of Ambas- for tho people of this city and Mrs. E. P. Mooney and, daughter, Thoro is one county. sador to Mexico. Miss Mary Alice, of Cincinnati, are most troubleavailable who in the visiting the Misses Ward, 650 South r 'i jv. some period of that republic This was cortainly a had iweok Floyd street. "Will Serve Another Term as Commonwealth'. Attorney. managed to koop his head and dis- for tho woman suffragists Sensible Mrs. James MoKenna and Sites charge tho perplexing duties of his women are rejoicing over the reThe censor is a man who sees to it that Betta MoKonna, of Fairfield, left ward Gathof, Rudy Hochstrassor position as Amorican Charge d' sults, which save them from tho laslt week for a visit to Now York and Leo P. iReilly. KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. nothing faulty gets past him. All C , L. & B. Affaires with rare tact and ability. political cesspool. and the East. enterMiss lielia Anne Lopp and That is Nelson Bhaughnossy, a Mrs. Joe Luber, South Fifth tained the Malcoma Club and Late News a Henry Watterson's precinct, hereThat is Nolson 0"Shaughnes3y, That Will Interest street, had as her guest the past friends with a Halloween party trained diplomat, whose selection tofore Democratic, gave a majority week her sister, Mrs. M. P. Grady, Friday evening at her homo on Members Here and Cor this post would not tbe a mis for Morrow, tho Republican candiCulbertson avenue, iNew Albany. of Bowling Green. Those present wore Misses Mary B. t date for Governor. take, Miss Anita Smith was given a de- Emrich, Amelia Mehllng, Olive are censored in this respect. There is such r, lightful surprise by forty of her Weissinger, Alice Bock, Rose BLAMED FOIl DEFEAT. RECENT DEATHS. Thelma Coyle, Bessie Kuss-mafriends at her home in honor of a thing as counterfeit clothing pretentious ; ; About 100 candidates woro Louiso Armstrong, Corinne itiated last week at Milwaukee. inMrs. Kato Crawley, wife of John her sixteenth birthday. Tho New Jersey suffragists blame Heffernan, Leila Lopp; fabrics preised and whipped into shape and ',', Anno South Thirteenth "Jim" Nugont, the Democratic boss Crawley, 730 The Knights of Fort Wayne, Ind., William J. Chawk is on his return Messrs. George R, E. Wood, ILee Roy final call of her L. & B. made to look almost good -- but the in that State, for their defeat. But street, heard thomorning from a business trip to the North- Lotz, Hay Lopp, Roger McCloy, have acquired the Chamber of ComCreator Sunday votes whereby as sho had lived over thoand died west as far as Fargo, N. D., and this Sydney (Davis, John Scott, Oscar merce building for a home. he didn't casl all the standards will not permit of this. faithful, Myors and Joseph Nutto. Omaha Council has begun Its amendment was (oyal and sincere Catholic. Besides past week has been in Denver. the suffragist membership campaign and will inIf you would make assurance doubly sure, x buried under a majority of nearly her husband she leaves four daugh Miss Lecnor Fahoy entertained itiate the class December 12. Col. Matt J. Winn and daughters, 60,000, nor was, as tho poor suls ters, three sons and two brothers. Misses Mary and Ollvo Winn, left with a mask party at her homo on ask to see our Fall Models in C , L & B. placo Tuesday Wednesday to spend two Her funeral declare in their chagrin, the result morning fromtook Cathedral. weeks in the evening of October 31, tho dec- at Great preparations are being made tho Lafayette for the Indiana State Clothes, made of fabrics and hand orations being In keeping with tho Baltimore, New York and Boston. chicanery and tto political due Many friends nttended the Halloween season. The guests in- Council meeting there next year. fraud. They lost tho fight simply funeral services of Mrs. Alary Gray, throughout. And the prices, tailored Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A. Graven cluded Misses "Mary Margaret Ridge, There was a splendid exemplificabecause a majority of the voters widow of Thomas W. Gray, on have returned from their wedding Agnes Lynn, Wary Catherine tion of tho three degrees on Sunday Wednesday afternoon at St. PatCudahy, Esthor Cahlll, Virginia for a largo class at Memphis, Tenn. were not convinced of the wisdom rick's church. Mrs. Gray was born trip andntare now at homo hto their Cllne, Virginia Jane Sweeney, 741 South friends and expedency of giving women tho tn Ireland soovnty-fou-r There was another good initiation years ago, street. Fnhey, Helen Tomppert, Johanna suffraon Sunday at Salem, Ore. Prepararight to vote. This fact tho anu ana been making her homo with Melsnor, Butler, Irene Frances tions are being made for her daughter, Airs. William O'Con-nol- l, another at gists hate to admit. There will "bo a Thanksgiving Wickstead, Helen Wald, Edna Dud- Mt. Angel. will interest you. 1632 Rowan street. Her death Catherine danco and' reception for the mem- ley, Helen IFortwengler, resulted from a paralytic etroko Balough; 'Messrs. Charles Lynn, Dunkirk Knights aro elated over HOUR HAS NOT COSIE. bers of the Knights of Columbus suffered the preceding week. Bernard Kioffer, Joseph Sweeney, the past year, not only building their Tho death of Ben Scholbel, 841 and their'- families on Friday, No- Gregor Balough, Bannon Hardesty, new club house but also Increasing While it is perfectly true that, for South Seventeenth street, on Sunday vember 26. Chester Cahill, Coleman Ridge, tho membership. tho time being at least. Pope morning, caused widespread sorrow Charles A. Schumann and bride, Gibbon Cudahy, Clarence iPoggol, The now homo to bo erected by is not engaged in In Sacred Heart parish. For years Benedict XV. Charles Kioffer and 'Charles Evansvllle Council will bo a three-stor- y N. W. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON. pushing forward any project for ho had been with the National who was Miss Ella Rosp Bacigalupi, have returned from their structure and will havo roof but for some trip and aro at homo at 1420wedding peace among tho belligerent nations, Tobacco Company, South' garden, gymnasium and swimming months had been Men's and Young Men's Specialist Clothes Shop. from BLESS CRUCIFIXION GROUP, pool. !er tho conviction that (the hour throat cancer, whichsuffering fatal. Sixth street proved has not come, those who should His wife, Mrs. Elipaboth Schelbol. a Before the largest and most enTho masterpiece of Clement Barn-hoMiss know feel certain the Holy Father son and daughter and a grandson number Ethel Smithonentertainod a tho great sculptor, erected in thusiastic meeting over hold In iFriday even- of friends Portland, keenly watches for the moment survive him. The funeral was held God cemetery at ner nomo' 1401 "OJttarr the Mother ofunveiled and at Cov- ceived tho Ore., fifty candidates re Tuesday three degrees at their reblessed which may favor his stepping into Walsh in. honor other, ninetonth ington, was "?t. of the birthday. The decorations were wiflh elaborate ceremony Sunday cent initiation. arena to call for a halt. Much requiem high mass. tho Tho Sweet homestead on Shebog-ga- n pink and ?ph2te, and music, dancing afternoon, Rev. Father Brossart, assooner than we expect this moment Tuesday morning Mrs. alary and luncheon were enjoyed. sisted by many priests and a great street, one of tho finest locations may rely on an Henken was called to her eternal may como, for if wo choir, directing the eorvices and in Fond du Lac, has become tho reward at her home, Seventh and Tho monu- property of tho local council and That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a impression that exists in tho Eternal St. Miss Katherine Conley "was host- preaching the sormon. Catherine streets. Tho crucifixion group, is a City for a week or so all, or nearly was a nativo of Germany, deceased ess to her "500" club Saturday ment, the piece of statuary in four will be the site for a permanent SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED M but had woro beautiful all, the nations at war Italy ex- lived in loulsville since her girl- afternoon. Around tho tables Hart, figures, cast in bronze, depicting club house. twice a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" Misses Mary Moon, BtJtitie ' cepted feel rather out of breath hood, and'had been a devout mem- Florentine Ford, Blanche Herbert, that part of the New Testament must be spent for somethlag yon DO NEED. The SAVING now of tbe HEART ATTACK FATAL. ber of Holy Trinity church, from Mario 'Holland, Minnie Bush, Rose most sacred to all Christians "Con- and would llko a bait, provisional where tho funeral dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming, Thurssummatum Est." Tho holghft of the or permanent. But then none cares day morning. Mrs. was hold is sur- O'Connor and Katherine Conley. regret felt There iHonkon monument, from bottom of the base throughout is sincere tho city and in baseball to be the first to admit so much. vived ly her husband, Albert Miss Menne Bush entertained her to top of tho cross, is twenty-focircles everywhere over tho death of Henken, a grocer; three sons, FredThere's the difficulty. club Friday evening, when "500" feet, while tho crucifix is sixteen Stephen Kane, the well known baseerick, Raymond and William fe4t "high. Tho head of the Christ Henken; one daughter, Angeline, and other amusements were enjoyed. has been praised by many art ball umpire, who was stricken with NEGRO TREATED RIGHT. The guests were Misses Katherine and three sisters, Mrs. Rosa Miller, of the heart disease Friday afternoon at Callahan, Elsio Kesler, Emma Clark, critics as the most expressivemasters the Antler Hotel, Second and many similar figures by old New York Mrs. Ida Cries and Mrs. Kate Ott. In a recent issue tho Stella Floyd, Kathorlno Conley, "Steve" Kane was a Louisand contemporary sculptors. The Ago, a Protestant paper published in Fifth and Court Place. Emma Kesler and Mario Conley. boy for years ono of SUNDAY'S OMAIIA CAMPAIGN. entire group Is so lifelike and so ville most and was baseball umpires ' popular tho tie interests of the colored people, Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. inspiration that one can not of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hackett and full of From playing i the country. contained tho following: Omaha has just passed through Tho help but marvel alt tho work. base a "Billy" Sunday campaign. It was, litlo daughter Janet, of Now Al- figures aro a littlo more than life amateur and "The Catholic church in this writes bany, returned tho first of the week ball in this city, ho acquired an Father Gannon in tho country Is that Toligious body in Voice, wonderfully organized Truo from Ferdinand, Ind., whoro thoy size, and on the polished granite intimate knowledge of tho game and and base are the words, "I am tho resur- decided Ito try his hand at umpirwhich wealth, social distinction, energetically carried on for seven spent Sunday with their daughter, rection and the life." ing. He umpired games in LouisMiss Dorothy Hackett, who is a class and race count lor the least; weeks. Tho majority of Protesftant ville with such success that his work tho Academy of tho nONOR DR. ASMAN. humblest, poorest and most ig Churches In the city closed during student atConception. The attracted tho attention of minor the campaign, norant immigrant entering New laymen WOrkfid and ministers and FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. leagues. graduated to the With nnfhiialaam ik Dr. Bernard Asman, of this city, American Ho Association and his work York can go up into tho greui. tne success of tho Sunday revival The marriage of John H. Gerdon who has a national reputation, waB FREE SERVICE. and Miss Viola K. JBvers, both well last week elected to membership In in ithat circuit was of such high Cathedral on Fifth avonue and feel The daily papers lent their tion and devoted pages each day ito known in social circles in, New Al- tbe American College of Surgeons at caliber that ho was offered a posithat he is welcome; and in truth he tho progress tion upon the staff of tho National tho campaign. Tho bany, was solomnlzed Wednesday is vwelcome. Any ono in such cir- contributions of at tho closo were morning at Holy Trinity church, in Boston, where he went to attend tho League. He worked several seasons Clinical Congress of Surgeons of In the big league and was always 1101.03 EAST BROADWAY. cumstances 'would Tiesitato for some generous and Sunday will receive the presence friends North Amdrica. News of hid electho Federal ilmebefore entering a rich Prot- about $20,000 for his seven weeks' and relatives. iRev. Charles Curran tion reached here Saturday and was highly regarded. When as the WEDDING ON TUESDAY. almost impos- work in this city. Those who heard officiated at tho nuptial mass and received by his friends with delight. League began its fight a placethird estant church, aa big league he accepted performed the ceremony. him are quite willing to admit Dr. Asman is a specialist in in- umpire in that league, where ho sible to think of a Catholic priest ho earned all ho received. that Judge and Mrs. James W. ForStill Men's testinal diseases, and Is said to be preaching tace discrimination or we believe tho campaign was rather tune, of Jeffersonville, havo Issued A little girl with golden hair and ono of tho most skillful operators In gave satisfaction until his resigna Mrs. Jo invitations for the marriage of their urging his congregation to go oub disappointing in Its results. The soft blue eyes came last week to live the country. Only flvo other Louis- tion this season. A wife, All-wonumber of new accessions to the with Mr. and Mrs. George Holland, ville surgeons havo ever been hon- sephine Kane, 611 South Jackson cousin, Jano Kelgwin Webster, and and lynch somebody." and a McFarland Murrell, which takes a churches concerned in tho revival Jr., 1827 Deer Park. She will bo ored with fellowships in the Ameri- street; brother, Martin Kane, of Loulsvlllo, place next Tuesday evening at 5 was not as great as wo had been led christened tomorrow at tho CatheTO KNOW. College of Surgeons. WANT survive him. The funeral was held o'clock at tho home of the bride, to expect. A largo proportion of dral and named Sue. Many young can Sunday afternoon from St. John's 2223 Boulevard Napoleon, Cherokeo tho "trail hitters" were already friends join their ciders in conROSE LET OUT. ,ty,was(prpporly said that the members of tho churches, while gratulating tho happy parents and church, Clay and Walnut, Rev. Plaza, iLouisvlllo. Unite, States was within Its rlgjife boys and girls of high school age, grandparents. Father Schuhmann conducting the David B. G. Rose, who has been solemn service. 'n tu'etftlnterforing with Mexican! and oven children, made up another NOW SQUIRE O'BIUEN. engaged in a futile attempt to stir poiljtlWViftn It 'declined to recogflize largo section of the "converts." We 'Littlo (Miss lona Amshoff en- up feeling against Catholics, has give LAID SISTER AWAY. credit John J. O'Brien won a handsome HuerlaJA&fk'Yt Reclined to rc6og-- i dous Sundayhe did, for tho tremen- tertained with a Halloween party at been let out as manager of the work but wo wondor her home, 807 Barrett avenue. Masonic Home victory In the race for Magistrate in him Journal. With nlze ?Hueta although ho was de' what will be Khought of his cam Those present were Misses Virginia Funeral services for Miss Kate the Seventh Magisterial district on also went Joseph Norwood, who re Young, who died at her homo, 145 Tuesday, his majority over his ReAmn. TTaIam 1Cm facto Presidents t Mexico, because paign six months hence. If It Is to T)n Ifnwtn cently resigned. Thoy will be suc Linden street, Ludlow were publican opponent being close to Ma of the Brfflnfeftbl a large element' ceeded by J. A. Hodges and Attor West persevere, we Campbell, Helen Dugan, Antoinette ney Henry Pirtle, both Masons of held Saturday morning at St. James 1,000, and ho Is now daily receiving of Amer$n$qters that the bloody, bo counted a failure. We are far of his many Goss, Mary Helnbrach, Elizabeth high standing and enjoying the con church, the Rev. James Kehoe off- tho congratulations assaBsin of Madero was .not a fit from thinking, however, iciating at the requiem high mass. friends on his splendid showing. that the Stottman, Irene Jansen, Emma fidence of all classes of the people Six brothers acted as the pallperson fo recognize. Now there Is number of MtTail hitters" or the Louise Roth, "free-wi- ll offerings" measure the and Leon a Amshoff. Lorena Stengle throughout the State. BALLARD--TIM5IEbearers in laying the body to rest. a considerable element of the result of Sunday's influence. He has The 'Ladles' Catholic Benevolent AsMONDAY NIGnT EUCHRE. American people who think that the aroused interest in Teligion even Tho marriage of Miss Virginia sociation attended the funeral In a Barry, Thomas last actions of Carranza, as a among those who did not agree with of Mr. and Mrs. entertainedM. with a body. Miss Young was a talented Ballard and Charles Timmel took Becchmont, Another of the lespotler of churches and a per him. His fearless denunciation of nutting party Sunday, going to West euchre and lotto series of enjoyable musician and prominent In church place Wednesday evening alt St. parties for the the consciences of by Patrick's church, attended by many secutor of priests and nuns, makes sin has aroused long forgotten will work, and her death Is mourned Point by motor bus. Those the new school many who had that party were Misses Margaret In the benefit ofMonday night in fund Pat- all who knew her. friends and admirers of the bride SulliHeavy, winter-weigh- t be held St. him an unfit man for the United they had such a thing as a conand groom. Miss Agnes Butler and van, Mary Flynn, Anna J. Whelan, rick's Hall, Thirteenth and Market. Recognize. Yet in tho in science. He has left some bitter States to Richard Hill were the attendants. serge: well tailored; NOT SO RAD. to be expected from Katherine McAugban, Ann O'Keefe; The hostesses for this evening will that After the ceremony the bride's sisterest of peace and for the restora- - ness;style wasevangelism. Messrs, James Scally, John T. be Meadamea Jerry Sheehan, James regular his all sizes; of But he Somo weeks ago it was announced ter, Mrs. E. F. Mattlngly, entertlonof order in afflicted Mexico they has left no sore spots on the Cath- Hogan, Harry J. Honnessy, Thomas Ryan. John Healy, Leo Hoerter, bridal shapes, stouts and very reasonable. olics of Omaha. They do noit ac- Sullivan, James Scally, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Scally and James Graven. in the publifi press that "the Ala- tained for the for theparty, who left re Willing to be South, wbere of Representatives shortly after many cept his brand of religion, nor do William P. Sullivan, Mr and Mrs. They hope to greet a large gather- bama House requiring IkeJUs) Catholic Citizen, slims. A most extra passed a bill all children they are spending their honeymoon. M, Barry. ing of their friends. le to know why it was sot they fancy his slangy sermonizing, Thomas between eight and fifteen years of which often bordered on irreverordinary value. BISHOP BIGGINS PASSES. age to attend the public school for for tbe Wilson adminls- - ence. But allowing for all that, the Miss Anna Dierken entertained higiibst cnuRcn spire. days a year." The inat least 160 so far regard this body of Sunday campaign was on the whole Sunday evening with a Halloween the The death is reported The highest fleche, or church terpretation put by some on this Right Rev. Joseph HIgglns, of D., .opinion and, in effect, to favorable to Catholics. Sunday is party at her home, 237 Madison D. street. Those present were Misses nire. In the world will rise from statement was that the bill was aimed of Smote its own benevolent a Presbyterian. 'But of St. Vincent at private and parish schools. Inas- Bishop of Ballarat, In the ecclesiastihis dodtTine is borrowed from the Rose Dierken, Mary Dierken, Hattle the new Church to insist on specific Catholic church. Some day we may Burkel, Delia Burkel, Lena Gens-- h Ferrer, being ereoted In New York much as all children, without excep- cal province of Melbourne, Auswas In tralia. nfrellgious liberty and hone, he will sea the error of taking aimer, Elsie Sullivan, Adelaide City. It will be eighteen feet In tion, were obliged to attend the seventy-sixt- h The late prelatebad been his an year. He period public Third and Market Conscience before finally only a part of Catholic doctrine and Tellman, Emma Green, Gertrude diameter and attain a height of 165 year. school for a stated Mobile, each Indefatigable and successful worker, sayp Bishop Allen, of BparKS, feet, tonnlnit the nresent highest on Clirton Messrs. will accent it all. He outfit to come Sfjberg; itioa to the Carransa tbe whole dietanee toward Catholic- Martin Mullaney. Edward Dierken, the Amiens Cathedral, France, by that the bill is not aimed at parish popular throughout his diocese and with) all denominations. schools. Edmund Steinbock, John Herdt, Ed--' several feet ism when he come so far. 1 Tko averago citizen and payer will hardly appreciate the ploa of the Board of Park Commls- doners that thoy need more money for park purposes when their pro-include appropriations posed $16,000 for golf links in Jacob tax- - Baafo Misses MoAullffe, Tho Chestnut street, Jeffersonville, have been entertaining Miss Marie Gregg. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 ers at West Baden tho past week. I fr Harry McDevitt and Lowell Kolb wcro among the Louisville sojourn- In addition to the card party there will be other entertaiaiag features and an excellent musical programme. Come and secure a turkey or other desirable avard The public is invited. ! I This Is Censored Clothing I Kirschbaum Clothes C, Weis-singe- n, all-wo- ol I Thirty-sevent- $15 to $40 - Cunning, Lewis & Brotzgei mmm m, Tfir&iZ; mssmmmm? The Last Dollar J ur Ky. Title Savings Bank Jof-ferso- n. and Trust Co. semi-professio- iggaggs 1 AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FALLSCITY VULCANIZING CO. ltis ol step-daught- er Blue Serge Suits -- IULI 11 fTC? S'Alicutenra. Leh-man- n, L. nine-tent- -- hs LEVY'S J JKiEXTCTTJOBTSr JD&XSJEX -- 3SdCEJECIOAJ. INTENTION FOR NOVEMBER. - GUIDE BUYERS The following Interesting story Vocation is .the- general intention concerning the San Juan Caplstrano recommended by our Holy Father Readers of the Kentucky' Irish American are earnestly Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly for ithe month of November. Mission church appeared in the No urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements A. 0. H. urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements more important intention could bo Baltimore Examlnor this past week, they find In these colums. We aim to protect our readsuggested for our prayers than the they lind in these colums. We aim to protect our readand readnra nf thn Kantiiftkv Irish DIVISION 1. one assigned for the present month ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. American will recall that this is the Second and Fourth Thursday, Xileder vocation. It Is vital for all to church whore Mary Pickford, the know I. he will of God as regards kranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. CELEBRATED SHALE BRICK famous motion picture actress, was JOHN B. WATHEN their state in life, for It is much SOMETHINa NEW KXTRA BRAT WURST President Mark Ryan. married and the Father O'Sulllvan MADE BY easier to attain our salvation and FURNITURE MOVER WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS and PACKER (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Heatteg Coral Rldgo Clay Prodacta Co. referred to is Rov. Father "Sinjun" It is Dossiblo to ho Secretary X.. P. BOKKW ASSES 00. ' Financial Edward Lorf w1,011 WAGON OR VAN O'Sulllvan, who has relations in though wo do not follow tho are the Incorporated Clancy. J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. Louisville. The writor says: 22 OEIOER STREET 2S25 West Walnut Street BEST BRICK MADE IN Recording Secretary Daniel Mc- path God has selected, but in. that Steam and Hot' Water Heatiag "Apropos of Mme. Schumann Carthy. Homo Phone 1802 and 877 case wo miss tho special graces our PIONIC JBFFERSON COUNTY PARTIES A SPECIALTY Cumb. Phana Main S77 . THIRD STBEBT 111 Helnk's appcararlce in Baltimore, I Lord has intended and tho helps Sales Office: 1010 Bldg. recall a most interesting Treasurer Thomas Keenan. ASK YOUB DEALER POB XT Incident Home Phone 7846 Home Phone Shawnee 198G Cumb. U. 1592 mai wouia nave made salvation Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy, more easy. No connected with her perigrinations in Home Ffaone Shawnee 1721 ENGRAVERS matter what Btato ' THOS. J. BRODERIOK Southern California this summer. It of life wo take up God will give us ARTHUR A. WILL P. I. BURKS & COMPANY DIVISION 2. Impressed itself on my memory, for the necessary graces to serve Him (INCORPORATED.) BCHLICn ENGRAVING COMPAN I Just missed hearing her sing under Meets First Wednesday Liederkranz and to savo our souls, but it is also PLUMBING, GAS AND 8EWHRAGJ3 MANUFACTURERS OI' ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS tho most picturesque and romantic Hall, Sixth and Walnut. true that salvaltion is easier and PIANO PLAYERS ELECTR0TYPER8 more secure if we walk In tho vocacircumstances. It was at tho old Home Phone City 4399-- J President Joseph Lynch. Modern Player Built In ".. Own Plno, 2431 Montgomery Street Louisville, Ky Pianos and Piano Players Kepalrco.nd Tuned. San Juan Caplstrano Mission, the tion thoit God has selected. MB W. Mala St., Vico President Daniel O'Keefe. It is 8 1000 Zaae Street Recording Secretary John Home Phone City 6674 West Walnut, Louisvlllo most gsatisfying as well as the most T. well to note in this connection that Home Phone Shawnee 1010 wo are praying of all tho missions I Keaney. not merely for visited on the Raralno Real. The "SOUTHERN STAR" Financial Secretary Edward J. priests and nuns and those called Home Phone 1191 J?C XJ to the religious stal'e, sleepy old town lies hidden from tho Kelran. WM. ISGRIGG but for SLICED BACON Hollenbach's Wine Hetue sea, just behind tho russot lomas. millions and millions of others Treasurer Thomas Hannan. S121 Osago Arcnuo SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR y "AM Ready for Your Griddle la the Sergeant-at-Arm- s between San Diego and Los John P. Hel- - whoso state In life Is not yot fixed; KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprletot GUARANTEED for a vocation means a call not Morning" Angeles. I had stopped off there to lon. 4105 Henry Street $2.00 PIANO TUNING $2.00 Importer and Dealer la merely to tho priestly or religious see tho ruins of tho big church HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE REPAIRING stal'ic, but .to any state of life. God WINES AND LIQUORS which is so interesting archiHomo Phone, Shawnee 1383-DIVISION 3. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. has affixed to all souls tecturally, but which was destroyed Meets Ho has Phone Shawneo 1253 144 South Third Street (Incorporated.) 1st and 3rd Monday at Hiber- created a dofinlto statothat which in just six years after Its completion 0 nian Home, Portland. they should live and a Particular B. H. BUETER CASKETS AND THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. by an earthquake, never to be re0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS President John M. Maloney. walk which they should follow. The stored. San Juan is a fascinating UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. INCORPORATED VETERINARY Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. word vocation should not be re- SURGEON placo, with its ruined arches, its old MANUFACTURERS Recording Secretary Thomas strio'ed merely to a call to the HORSE SHOEING Distillers Of (Wholesale Only.) tiled cloisters and its sleepy garden, priesthood or tho religious Btate, , Louisville Made Furnaces whoro the breeze rustles through tho Killeen. OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH NATIONAL GASKET CO., 116 SOUTH FIRST STRBBT Financial Qecrotary John J. Hes- - but every human life is freighted lacey leaves of tho pepper trees. Tho "HOLLENBACH" PURE RYE S. Ninth St. Incorporated with God's glory in a particular original church is still standing, as sion, Jr. Homo Phono, City 2365 stato of illfo selected In his mercy Home Phone City 2542 Treasurer iD. J. Doughorty. Louisville, Ky. is tho old refectory, now used for Eleventh and Magazine Streets. 528 W. Main St, Sergeant-at-ArMartin Kale for ench ono of us to follow. How services and containing many interCnmb. S. 981 Home, CKy 981 C. F. BENDER Important then It Is for our own A. L. aUNN HOME KILLED MEATS esting Spanish paintings and antiquo her. salvation and for his glory that no MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF Sentinel Thomas Noone. silver candlesticks and lanterns. JERSEY DAIRY SKATE FAIR MEAT MARKET BAKER AND CONFECTIONER mistake should be imae, and hence ("I was wanderlqg around tho 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET Ice Cream Manufacturer wo feel confident that every memA,! DIVISION-- . ICE CREAM cloister, and as I approached' tho did Fall Line of Fancy Groceries CONFECTIONER AND OATERE8S Special Prices to Churches and church, of which tho roof is Btill Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, ber of the league during this month ' Piddles Weddings and Parties Gives " Both Phones of November will plead to the Gallon, All Flavors $1 Per Intact, supported by countlesiitoeams Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. Special Attention Both Phones Sacre'd iHearto for Hghfc on this im1104 South Sovonth Street Call and Give Us An Order on which tho Indians' frescoes in President John H. Hennessy. portant matter. First and College Streets Charles Wolf, Manager Phono City 6574 WE SELL FOR CASH red and white are still visible, I Vico President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Thos. H. Kennedy Louis D. Coady ncaru somo ono playing Bach on a CHAPEL BECOMES SimiNE. S CO. violin. A girl was practicing in the Langan. KENNEDY-OOADold choir loft and this ancient music 00. Recording Secretary John J. Shippers of Hay and Receivers and The old log chapel standing Incorporated seemed to fit admirably into tho Barry. Grain. Manufacturers of Shur-Pleamong the statoly buildings of picture and conjure up many ghosts Treasurer Pat Connelly. Poultry and Stock Feeds Notre Dame University will henceMEN'S FURNISHINGS of tho post. 'Had you come yesterSergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far- - forward bo used as a shrine for tho iaoaa.PoiiA.TEV Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed ""631 WEST WALNUT STREET day,' tho gracious sister of the rell. propagation of devotion to the Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo priest in chargo told me, 'you would Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Homo. Phone, City 7662 Sacred Heart. Through this devoIncubators and Brooders have had a real treat. For tion a number of cures have been LOUISVILLE, KY. LOUISVILLE, KY. spent several hours effected at 'Notre Dame recently. Y. ILL here. Father O'Sulllvan asked her Brother Columba, C. S. C, will have to sing for him because he had never charge of tho numerous visitors who R. JEUNESSE MAOIUN COUNCIL, 205. heard her. The place was quite decome every Sunday to this shrdno. serted and becauso wo were quite Meots Monday Evenings at Cluh This log chapel is only a reproducBUILDING CONTRACTOR "Tbe Place Where Old Clothes Are House, 344 North Twenty-sixtalone tho singer consented. So she tion of Father Badin's mission Hade to Look Like New." President John J. Lynn. stood in tho old church, near whore chapel, it occupies holy ground. 810 YORK STREET Vice Presidont John W. On itho but where it stands was First the altar once was, and sang Bizet's spot SPALDING DRY CLEANING CO '.fa. . Murphy. "Agnus Del." I doubt if any such established tho first Toliglous edi' Second PHONES 1887. Vice President Martin fice in Indiana, tho Indian mission Louisvlllo, Ky music was ever heard in those four Phono South 1753 walls before. But when wo all came P. Schadd. in 1686. The of Father Allouoz Treasurer' George J. Thornton. out of the old place we found the aeeond chapel on the same spot was Financial Secretary A. C. Link. that of Father Theodoro Badln, the patio filled with peoplo, for tho j Recording Secretary William G. first priest ordained In the United singer's notes had carried far in tho still summer air and tho villagers BuckoL States. Hero died Father TOadin's Marshal Harry Alberts. had all com flocking to hear.' " successor, Fathor DeSeille, after beInside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. ing assisted to tho altar to adminOutside Sentinel Harvey Pfeif-fe- r. ister tho last sacraments to himself, ARCHBISHOP PRENDERGAST. and here tho saintly Fathor Petit AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Executlvo Committee Frank G. assembled the Indians whom ho On November 17 noxt, Philadelphia will bo on fete for a double Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank loved so well. Tho iBadin, chapel Geller, Jubilee, namely tho fiftieth anni- - Barry. A. W. Andrlot, John R. was deserted after the Indians from tho St. Joseph Valley woro removed versary oi ine orainnuon to tno noiy to tho West In tho thirties, but it priesthood of His Graco tho Most was standing when Fathor SoriiSand HELPS POOR SOULS. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Rev. Edmond Francis Prendergast, BOTH PHONES 810. his brothors camo in 184J to estabD. D., and of tho golden jubilee of justice of God is so exact lish Notre Dame. In fact it was tho If 'ho building of tho Cathedral. Car- that the many according the oven dinal Gibbons, the Governor of tho through purgatory.saints must pass first Notro Damo. a placo to worIt is not hard to founders shelter and State and other notables will bo first small brick buildpresent on that day to honor tho imagine that tho vast majority who ship until the is also standing, was died without being oven what Father ing, wnich SATISFIES THAT LONGING. venerable head of tho seo of Phila- Faber terms as "near saints" are in erected. It was the Notro Dame delphia. beyears. After Archbishop Prondorgast was foern need of prayers for their souls. This church for several WWVWWnWiWVWWWWVUHWWAVWWMVWUiMVW down, and tho ing vacated Su1,8 '" present log it burned an exact reat 1843. and "" is HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y came to this country in 1859; ho "mte,ot ",p,art bf th church. f?r production, chapel upon tho same INCORPORATED built made his theological studies at St. PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KYV a char: Bpot. Charles Seminary. Overbrook, Pa. J i Brc,f Sr was ordained to tho priesthood and WELCOME POOR CLARES. P0!01" iur8aJjrft , SU on November 17, 1865. Ho served , Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 as rector at St. Mark's, Bristol; then aL?n'n8a!d.ih 1 Through tho efforts of Mrs. John the: at Allentown, until 1874; from Latensor, of Omaha, tho Sisters of 1874 to 1897 at St. Malachl's, Phlla taining favors. Bishop McQuaid, a Poor Claro from that city have been Bishop had a dolphia. From 1895-9he was formerdevotion of Rochester,souls in established in Now York City, to the poor Vicar General of tho archdiocese. On great whoso prayers, he said, About forty years ago tho Poor Clare February 24, 1897, was consecrated purgatory, up JSX&lxx his diocese. Pray for Sisters ma.de an effort to locate in Titular Bishop of Scillio and coad- had built CfCORrO RATED for a them AWWWWHWWWtWVWWWWWWMWWVWM jutor with tho right of succession to them. and have masses .said for New York and resided there lack of The priests on the- waiting short time, but owing to Archbishop iRyan, whom ho sucto compelled ceeded in 1911. His Graco rules an lists of tho Catholic Church Ex- Bunnort they were anarchdiocese composed of 700,000 of tension Society are always glad to abandon their location. After came Cleveland thoy for many effort af8 the faithful; with 518 secular and,receivo daily stipends; Bishop ODo-it otherOmaha, inwhere, through tho - to bread. 156 priests Af religious orders ' moans would be munificence of the lato Count Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, exceHeetDei There aro in tho archdiocese 303 herlty in the Philippines each one of Croighton, thoy finally established churcht'j and 154 parochial schools. happy if he could give GRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. and his priests but one mass stipend a. a monastery at Twenty-nint- h Ad multos annos! day. Thoy could live on it and Hamilton, where the new monastery 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, have something left for their work was built a few years ago. It was THREE FOR MAYOR. FKAlOt besides. Offerings for mass stipends always tho hope of (Mother Rock JOHN E. of tho Already three members of the can be sent to tho offices Society, Monahan, who died three years ago, that tho order would be again esDublin Corporation have expressed Catholic Church Extension tablished in Now York, and sho and their intention of seeking tho posi- McCormlck building, Chicago. Mrs. Latonser often discussed tho tion of Lord Mayor of Dublin for 3EXIOIME;S3. ANNUAL CHARITY BALD. project as a socret between themnext year. They are Councillor J. selves. Mother Rock died before X Cumb. Maui SOOS-- a Home City 200S X M. Gallagher, the present occupant; Tho annual charity ouchre and her hope was realized. Cardinal Councillor W. J. O'Hara and Alder!H"Hla'll!M-M-l-H"iHl-I-Hl.I..ilotto ontertninment given by the Parley has been very gracious in 4 man J. J. Kelly. Ladles' Sowing Society for the bene- welcoming tho Poor Claro Sisters to 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 9 fit of St. Anthony's Hospital, always Now York, where they will next year BUILDING CHURCHES, "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone" TELEPHONE! 2W ono of tho big events of tho winter begin tho erection of a $100,000 IXMJISVniLlfi. Savon ihiin)iM urn In rmirfm nf ' Season, Will taKO P10C0 at moeniX monastery. Oar Special $3.00 Spray erection at present in tho Sioux City Hill Hall on Tuesday and Wednes- SHOULD TEACH LESSON. First Communion Books Oar Special $5.00 Wreath rtloceso. all of thorn fine structures day, January 26 and 27. that will be creditable to the dioRalph1 K, SCHOOL CENSUS. The largest values in FuneDr. ThomaB Addis and cese and the respective parishes. The ROSARIES ral Flowers ever offered in Blair, both of San Francisco, con- frst o ho readv for occupancy was LouUvlile. Tho taklnsr of tho census of the victnd nf violating tho neutrality of SCAPULAR MEDALS Bt. Patrick's at Cedar Creek, which J fij b'' &tii wkfak children in tho Louisvlllo Catholic tho United States by conspiring to For prompt delivery call 223 was dedicated on Sunday. schools has just been completed and hire and retain mon in this country both phones. See oar aev book, ''Eow to Get reports made to the Rev. George W. for tho British army, were finod WEST POINT. BaMBaBal Schuhmann, Chancellor of the dio- -' Jl.000 each in tho United States Mn.ried." Every Devotional Article here. Wednesday Miss Marie cese. rneso reports snow mat in tno District Court on Saturday. No prison Next for INo trouble to slow goods. Jewell will become the bride of parochial schools thero are 10,100 Bpntence was imposed. "ButJudge mitigating circumstances," EJTABLUT1KD 173 Hagan, their marriage to take pupils enrolled. Oscar Markers and Mausoleums. Maurice T. Doollng said in Imposing Rogers Church Goods Co. place at the home of the bride's fiowm sno CONSISTORY. sentence, "the penalty would have mother, "Wrs. James Jewell, in West 550 fourth Avenue Loubvine Send for our illustrated designs 129 S. FOURTH AVE. been moro sovere as a sort of ex Point The Rev. Father R. C. Ruff, and prices. From what appears rellablo ample to other patriots who live in of St. Patrick's church, Stjthton, 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere " Large and new stock lo select will pprform the marriage ceremony. sources comes news that tho long this country, but whose patriotism Holiday Gifts Reserved on Part Payment. Miss Esther Fischer, of Vine Grove, expected consistory will be hold on does not extend so much to this from, all high class work. will be the maid of honor, and Ches- either November 22 or 25, when country as to the country they loft." ter Jeffries will act as best man. Pope Benedict will announce the New Muldoon Monument Co. Fifth As the brldo and groom are well names of newly created Cardinals, INTERESTING CENTENARIAN. 551 S. Shelby, Near Chestnut known them wljl bo much interest ft is also intimated that tho Holy 652 South Third St. Father will deliver an allocution, in tholr wedding. St. Mary's College at St. Mary's, JEW1LRY pastorally urging that efforts be Woo a fhn tinmn nf An linlnuo DIAMONDS, WATCHES, speedy character. Pat Woods, who has Everything guaranteed Watch and made to bring about HARD SHOT. restoration of peace in Europe, but eached the age of 110 years. Ho Is a jewelry repairing a specialty. containing no political allusions. Cannon, Joe pioneer of this Western country and Speaker and now plain Congressman, was once saved from death because anrcHEL's centenary. said in a speech tho other day: "I he wore a rosary arouud his neck Schneider's Meat Market Funeral Directors wouldn't trust an American citizen and they thought he was a "heap big One hundred years ago, on Novem- medicine man." 440 SOUTH FIFTH ST. who would not love and revere the THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT the great lond of his fathers or the land that ber 22, John Mltchel, Opposite the Cathedral. Embalmers. Irish patriot of 1848, was born in bore him." That's a shot at the IRISn POTATO CAKE. Newry. Ireland. The centennial will Cksiee Beef, Veal, Lamb, MbKob. agitators for you. elaborately in Dublin, be celebrated Here' is a really Irish recipe for Hbbiv, Daeea, Pork, Lard, Saasa&s, Tstaahna 181V. Belfast, Cork and all the big centers potato cake: One pound mashed USES FOR SALT. Telephone City 2241. of Irish activity. All Irish societies potatoes, one teaspoonful salt, 4v year keyi as HiuUes that vU) Keep & lump of kitchen salt in in the United States will observetha butpound flour, one ounce prepar tka for lift. the sink. It will difieo)ve slowly occasion. Mltchel was tbe grand- ter, two or three tablesnoonfuls father of the present Catholic Mayor milk. Melt the milk and butter in and keep the pipe clean and the ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE of New York. He was sentenced to saucepan and pour them over tbe sink fro'h and Wholesome. Sprinkle carpets before sweeping iinal servitude for life by the potatoes, flour and salt, mixed tn a 1H W. Breaawmr, X.oaivUl, Jay, WOMEN IN UNION. with salt instead of tea leavs. IfcJ British Government, exiled to Van basin. Make into a little dough: Cendcoted by the Xaveriaa Brother. more ef- lUman's Land and eoaped to the knead Into a round ball, roll ant and CTeMteal, Scientific and BuelaeM Over 40,000 women are members keTH the dut down QMraea, Freparatery Department, all of the cut into smell cakes. Frv on a hot fectively, and the carpets look United States. Alraoet NORTON BUILDING of the Gtrmeat Workers' Us km la freehw wiiaBiiHr Peel, Well Bqulppcd nd wear better. a salt pre- - direct dweendaats of Mltchel are pre or priddle until a light brown 4mm. Versa X4ert. Jke. JtmZTiEr, New York Stat. All late today Catholic N. W. Ctrner Fourth ami Jeffersti M3.bethe jad and aewStrlei aadSnaaa woks moths attacking tham. color, turning from side to side. fo here at Tcaaoaabl prlog. Inter-South. - IIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS HISTORIC CHURCH. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. 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The Ladles' Auxiliary of Brockton, Mass., boasts Us own orchestra. 4 will Division meet Monday ovenlng'and Division 1 on Thursday. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary Juvenile division of Indianapolis has a fine choir. . P. J. Haltlean, former editor of the National Hibernian, Is making a lecture tour through tho West. i Initiation of At tho Division 1 of Poughkeep3io twonty-tw- o candidates were giv.en tho degrees. The division at Portland, Ore., recently added seventy-fiv- e members to its rolls, the largest class in its . bistory. The quarterly meeting of all the divisions will be held Sunday afternoon, December 21, In Division 3's semi-annu- al riim nilili'l urn?) mm r Prediction That Quinine Shortly Will Advance to $3 an Ounce. h - ...-.....................- '" ... ....... IFIi.IIIffTJIIIIIIIMVIIIII t"l V ! I We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. What are a remedy for Chills, Malaria or Fever? TAKE Xecord of tho Most Important of tho Recent Events Culled you going to do for ,. I HERMAN STRAUS rouBTH Avenue wcopaAreo " SONS market STBEgT :j ' Prom Exchanges. WE CARRY A REPRESENTATIVE LINE OF Leselia Fever Remedy Is the best remedy known for these conditions and is independent of the quinine market. Guaranteed not to contain arsenic or any harmful drugs. 12-0- Right Now Is the Time You Need James Hannlgan, of Guardians, died very suddenly. Swinford Guardians havo elected Dr. J. fM. O'Roillv. Saiford Tlnvnl iHosnSial, to the medical offlcership of Charlestown. Negotiations between tho Wick-loUrban Council and the Railway Company for extra facilities havo been unsuccessful. At the Duneannon QuarUcr Sessions Jugo LInehan congratulated tin erand lurv on tho peacoful condition of the district. General regret a expressed at tho death of Sister Mary Austin Waleh, which sad event took place at tho Mercy Convent, Callan. At Newry Urban Council James Smyth was appointed rertb colleotor to the Urban Council In place of John Brady, who resigned. The body of James Kelsh, who disappeared from his homo in Slano aboult six weeks ago, was found in the River Boyne near Oldbridgo. Addressing the grand jury at Boyle Quarter Sessions, Judgo Wakely 'said ho was glad to see tho country In such a peaceful condition. Tho death is much regretted of Thomas Reynolds, Carrigallen. Tho funeral to tho Aughnavas cemetery was the lurgost seen In many years. Recently tho Galway fjshermen mnde an Immense catch of herrings In the Bay Insido Arran. The number of herrings captured is es- tlmated at 140,000. At a public meeting of the of Newtownbarry, Rev. A. Forrestal presiding, it was decided to ndopl"- a plan of a Town Hall prepared by a Dublin architect. The death Is announced in Adelaide of tho Rev. M. O'Byrne, O. P. A native of Carlow, he commenced his religious d'udles in Ireland. Ho was a distinguished litterateur and art critic. Tho New Ross Guardians after a discussion decided on getting forty tons of Irish coal from rho Castle- tho Cootehill towns-peoplo - CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS GOODS AT REASONABLY LOW PRICES. ROSARIES CRUCIFIXES PRAYER BOOKS BIBLES ALTAR LACES STATUES SHRINE LAMPS CANDELABRAS HOLY WATER FONTS MEDALLIONS CANDLESTICKS SCAPULAR MEDALS qui-lin- c, w BLANKETS AND WE'RE GLAD TO OFFER THEM z. Bottle $1.00 ALL DRUGGISTS. TO YOU AT THESE LOW PRICES. Trado Mark Registered. Every One New and Perfect Just the Thing For Cool Nights. I Mighty Specials in Col $5.50 Ail-Wool I FEVER REMEDY NONE GENUINE WITHOUT Blankets The first degree was exemplified ored Blankets $4.25 on sixty candidates at tho October meeting of tho Ladles' Auxiliary at LESELIA REMEDIES COMPANY, 50c Children's Bed Blank- 100 pairs of Incorporated Brockton, Mass. X etc; size 40x68; per pair. .39c Blankets; size 66x80; in Louisville, Kentucky. ALBS A special feature of the visit of X 75c Gray Bed Blankets; size red and black plaid color tho national officers to Dunkirk this SURPLICES month will be the initiation of a AMERICAN OHRONOLOaY. only; $5.50 values, for.. $4.26 T 65c 50x72; per pair large class of candidates. $1.00 Gray Bed Blankets; Niagara Falls Hibernians aro ar66x80 All-WoBlankets size 60x74; per pair 75o ranging a great reception for Na$5.50 3238 AXMAN tional President McLaughlin and Timely Record of Some MemorEDW. A. HOME PHONE CITY DAN J. HBNNESSY $1.25 Tan Bed Blankets size able Events in the Catholic State President McCarthy. 89o A complete line of 66x80; per pair Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. The successful Catholic Women's History of America. $1.75 Tan Bed Blankets; Blankets, including white Homo Association of Indianapolis size 72x80; per pair. . . .$1.25 and plaid; size 66x80, at was foundpd by the Hibernian $2.00 "White, Gray or Tan reduced price of Ladles' Auxiliary of that city. $5.50 By James Rooney, ILL. D. Bed extra Blankets; Five members initiated and ten ap- November 7, A. 1791 First synod of 72x84 plications received enthused tho last Blankets 1 heavy; size 74x80; largest Baltimore convoked by Bishop meeting of the Ladles' Auxiliary at size, each $1.50 Carroll in his episcopal residence, $5.75 Rutland, one of tho leaders In Veraittended by twenty-tw- o priests of UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson S'reet mont. 75x88 Jacquard Blankets A large assortment of five nationalities; first ecclesiastiJohn O'Brien, of Division 4, "was cal synod held in tho United Blankets; size 72x Baby Blankets elected Magistrate on Tuesday to States. 84; up from $5.75 succeed the late P. T. Sullivan, for- Teddy Bear and Bunny Baby Jacquard Itobo Blankets; mer County President and member November 8, 1843 The (Rev. JoGood Coffee a Morning Necessity seph J. O'Keefe, O. F. M., known ox Division 3. Blankets, in pink, blue and size 75x88, including ropes and as the last of the California Michael Claire, a pioneer member Ki'iiiKie aown wool frogs, in plaids, stripes, etc, Franciscan padres, born in MalYh'II find that Mulloy's Codes Is JUST what you want of Division 1, who suffered a broken 39c Blankets for. . . 25c low, County Cork, Ireland; spent while they last collarbone early In October, is prohis life in tho California missions; 75c Blankets for. . . 69c $2.25 values $1.69 2 1.3 lb. New Blend Coffee with gressing toward recovery despite his died in St. Joseph's HospJtal, San Spncinl Rebate Tioket, ftood for 10c $1.00 Blankets for. . . 79c $2.50 values $1.89 advanced ago. Francisco, February 13, 1915. in trade $1.50 Blankets for... $1.25 Pnmflj' sn11fttnef tr iflia TXfrtlyTiMie $3.50 values $2.75 Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of Sioux November 9, 1897 St, Joseph's BOme members remarking that t'hey City has outlined a season's study The Mulloy man is in your neighborhood In Irish history that links Ireland Bbould support Irish industry. every week Phone us and have him call. We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates and America In on Interesting and Widespread regret Is felt at the Now York, by Mother M. Dominstructive manner. death inica (Dowling), Prioress of tho coran of SIstor Mary Clement Corat tho Convent of Mercy, Tho long heralded festival and Dominican Convent of Our Lady W. MARKET ST. BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 Ennis. She was formerly of bazar of the S'. Paul Hibernians of tho Rosary. and was a sister of Rev. proved a brilliant success, and 4&$&fr&tw&SS44Q Tho makes a substantial beginning for November A. 10, 1753 early Rev. Father M. J. Corcoran, Nenagh. Matignon. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account Francis mis While driving in a cart near their now home building. sionary in Boston and New Eng Killcshandra and standing up to fix with this safe, conservative, For the first time since tho order land, born in Paris; ordained a seat, Bernard Farrelly, farmer's wn founded in Now York, Cityv in Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more September 19, 1773; driven from son, of Clara, fell forward across 1836, tho National President and at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 France by tho Revolution, began the horse on to the road and reNational Board installed the New his labors In Boston, August 20, ceived inlurles which proved fatal. per cent. No cost to you whatever. York county officers on October 25. 1792; died there, December 19, Monaghan County Council has The same courteous attention given the Division 2 of Syracuse added a 1818. passes a protesting resolution depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. poodlv number to tho membership November 11, 187C Four Domini against compulsory military service roll Monday nleht. Vpry desirable can Sisters sent from the mother for that county, as all tho young We're Prepared to Do It Promptly prizes will bo awarded December 20, house In (Brooklyn by Mother mon m tne county wero required to First-Clas- s when the membership contest closes. Style. and in Seraphlna (Stalner) arrived in maintain tho agricultural Industry. Under the Bi Clock Second and Market Right Rev. Bishop Dpran presided Muiungar Town Commissioners San Francisco, Cal on Invitation State Government Snperviaion. at the meeting when Mrs. Ellen Ryan of Archbishop tAlemany, and havo passed a resolution asking for Jolly presented tho Irish history opened their first house on the tho release of Edward Monaghan. prizes at Providence. Congressman who wao sentenced to three months' Pacific coast. Ambrose Kennedy mado tho prin- November 12, 1874 Death at Notre imprisonment at Mulllngar under cipal address. Dame, Ind., of the Rev. Neal tho realm defence a t for statements After Installing tho New York Henry Gillespie, C. S. C: received made to solders in reference to tho County Board officers last week, Natho first degree conferred by the an?3r; Rurbin, was University of Notre Dame in tional President McLaughlin anJo?" Brennan, Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, nounced that there was not a single 1849; editor of tho Avo Maria "w"ruuu ou damages in a sum. ior grievance or dissension in from 1866 until his dealth; cousin false arrest and imprisonment at the Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Dundalk Quarter Sessions against Ancient Order today. oi James Gillespie Blaine. J" When tho Hibernians and Ladles' November is. l84Mh.ee Sisters Dance and Wedding Invitations Auxiliary of Denver tendered Father of Notre Dame from Cincinnati that dofendant had plaintiff re " " L" John J. Bradley a reception in honor under Sister Louise de Gonzaga ceiving potatoes stolon from him, a Specialty. of his appointment as permanent arrived in Boston and established and HOME PHONE 946. rector of St. Mary's church, they Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of their first house, whence they bill."'that the grand Jury found "no spread all over Now England; presented Father P. McDonough with trading stamps, or many other useful articles carried a purse of gold. mother house at Waltuam, Mass. CATHOLIC ORPHAN SOCIETY. 22 of Quincy, Division Mass., I in our premium rooms. FATHER YORK. celebrated tho roleaso of its hall Our readers and friends of tho vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv'vv'V''vv'vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvJi from debt with a cremation party at of St. which tbe mortgage was burned. Resolutions Adopted by Parish in. orphans Asylums Vincent and St. GECXCECK OTRIDIET. 310 will bo interested WORK Memory of Pastor of St. Paul tho Thomas Lotters expressing regret at being CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAqS to learn that the Catholic Orphan Apostlo Church. to attend wore received from unablo Society has undertaken a movement Gov. Walsh and Mayor Curley, of Rev. (Father Thomas A. York, needed for Boston. pastor of St. Paul's church, was that will provide, thesemuch Institu Improvements for two e years ago in Water-tow- tions. It Is proposed to make a born PROMOTIONS. Mass., where early in llfo he campaign to to bo evinced a desire to become a priest. known as the raiso ?10,000, "orphan Lawrence A. Downs, Superin and after making his preparatory fund," to bo used solely improvementfor tho purr yfti. J tendent of tho Louisville division of studies there of meeting requirements Ps necessary at each asylum. that the Illinois Central railroad, who Seminary and after a brilliant course aro Ladics'ISuits Cleaned and Pressed $1 .00 Tho has a host of friends in this city, of studies was ordained at Sulplcian Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned and Pressed committee in charge of this underl.OO has been promoted to tho office of Seminary, near Baltimore, Md taking is composed H. Col. Gentlemen's Palm Bench Suits Cleaned and Pressed.. . .COc Superintendent General of tho Cardinal Gibbons raised him to Callahan, Edward J.ofO'Brien P. and The most popular cooking device in Illinois Central Southern lines, with Gentlemen's Suits Sponged and Pressed holy priesthood Louis25c Sullivan, who will make the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, headquarters in New Orleans, suc- the diocese, and hisfor thomission Owen report at tho meeting oftheir ville first first tho bakes perfectly and consumes the least ceeding Lewis M. Baldwin, another in tho diocese was at Mayfield and Catholic Orphan Society next Friday Louisville man, who na3 boen mado Hickman, Ky attending from these possible amount of gas. General Manager of the Georgia and other places adjoining missions night. In other cities vast sums for Both Phones 2635. Central railroad. T. E. Hill, of New in Tennesseo with salutary results, tho orphans have been secured in 426 South Fifth St. It is made to last. Orleans, who has been Superin- fn tho year of 1890 he was called this manner, and there should bo littlo trouble in raising hero tho tendent of the Louisiana, division, to ILouisvillo and placed in cbargo money required for tho improvewill como to this city, itho changes of St. Paul tho Apostlo church, becoming effective November 10. whoro he remained until tho hand ments that aro now necessary. will place of death called him to his heavenly Mr. Downs now office HELPING ST. BRIGID'S. aim In charge of all the I. C. lines reward at St. Anthony's Hospital 215 WEST MARKET STREET. oouth of tho Ohio river and extend- on Tuesday, October 12, at 11:30 Tho Young Ladies' Sodality of tho ing to the gulf. His promotion is a. m.. after an Illness of about three Blessed Virgin of St. Brlgid's church considered tra unusually important months Horn., City 3101 Cumb. South 9G0-- Y ono. He came to Louisville from Whereas, Ep haB pleased Almighty will give a lotto party Wednesday Dubuque, Sowa, where ho was God to remove from our midst tho afternoon, and at night will enterSuperintendent of the Minnesota ftov. Thomas A, York, upbuilder tain with euchre, both in tho base& division. He was Superintendent of and pastor of St. Paul's church, we ment of the church. There will bo tho Iowa division TJrior to that time, feel that we havo been deprived of no euchre in tho afternoon and no INCORPORATED. flo began his railroad career in i priest whose place can not bo lotto at night. Many nice pr&es tiecamo filled. He was a priest who labored will ho awarded and tho ladies hopo Chicago and afterward Coal. Quality years the entertainment will bo well roadmaster of the focal division, Indefatieably for twenty-fiv- e leaving horo fourteen years agb and and Under his care tho church in patronlezd. The proceeds will apwhere he Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue returning to Chicago,chief engineer creased in membership, He was ply on tbe church debit. orved as assistant always good and kind to tho poor. CATHOLIC FEDERATION. for maintenance of way before" go- He was a solicitous spiritual father ing West He has been with the to his people, ever faithful, The November meeting of tho priest, whom all loved, road twenty years. While rejoiced will be held over his advancement there will be all revered, all trusted, and whom Catholic Federation aUaaaaBaH next Thursday night at the Knights general resrrot over his departure all now mourn. (Resolved, That an expression of of Columbus Hall on Fourth street. from Louisville. sorrow for our own loss and of During tho past month the President, UPON MISSION TRIP. sympathy with the bereaved bo Or. Peter S. Ganz, and Secretary in 41 H"H"H'"-MM""H.i..H- .t nndflred Ma family and friends and i Thomas Dolan have succeeded I IRev. Father Edwin, C. P., of tae that this memorial be made a per- - arousing much Interest in a number M. I. iANNH, P. BANK8N, JR., lAHKUCt J. rUHEMJUl, Retreat, has been manent record of St. Paul's church; of city parishes, and it is expected Sacred Heart Vies Prac. & Trm. Pnc&Mer. spending the week at Mona, Ark,, that a copy be mailed to the Rev. th'ere will he a large acquisition of MaHVjaaaami VJ.3-X'jh T "" QUU J." EL OIU V Mid O where he has been conducting a Father York's family at Water- - delegates. With tho roports and tho , important matters to come before a mission at St. Agnes church. Befaw town. Mass., and thfc it be HHfinmt bm., o. iant. iiinu, rrj returning Father Edwin will conduct in the Catholic paners of this tho body tho meeting promises to Do full of interest. at a number of other diocese and at Boston, Maes. missions . places in that State. Sewer ami Calvert Pipe, BEAUTIFUL PICTURES. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of HOLY SEE AND JAPAN. GLAD ID3 IS BACK. Baaaea's Pateat Lidded Pipe fer Steam Ceadaits, Next Wednesday evening at the Wall Cepistf, Draia Tile, YUrifie Irkk, Shelbyvllle were On the occasion of the coronatldm Knights of Columbus meeting of the People of Fire Praeia, Flae LiBing", Fire Brick when the Rev. Father J. H. the members will be entertained by of the Emperor of Japan in NovemGrate aad Seller Tile, Greaad Fire Clay, Cahaaey eps. ber, says a news agency's telegram 'Hey returned the past week from Robert G. Wulf, who will exhibit a all River. Mass., where he liad beautiful series of stereopMcon from Rome, ,the Pope will send an OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON to Tokio in Hoen TecuBPratinK from a severe pictures taken in Yellowstone Park Peerless Common official representative Extra Pale Lager the person of MbnsUnor Petrplli 'Unees, Father Riley has a'fcain re- that will be seen here for the first ' CUMB. MAN 07. fl HOME PHONES OITY the Apostolic Delegate to tbe Phil- timed his duties as pastor of the time. 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