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Tho objection of tho minority in the board was not to send missionaries to the South American countries, for there aro already five Episcopalian countries, dioceses In but in consorting with religious bodies which aro moro or less radically opposed to tho Roman Catholics. Tho High Church party believes that It can agree with tho Roman Catholics on eomo things, but that at present there Is EerIou3 conflict with other religious bodies and the followers of tho See of St. Peter. Bishop Weller, on his recent visit to New York, In a talk with a reporter, said that th'o Episcopal church stood midway between the Roman Catholics and tho Protestant churches, and as such It was the hope of all who believed In church unity that It would be the means of drawing Christendom more closely together. "Tho Episcopal church," said he, "has its orders, Its ritual, its traditions which tho Catholics can understand. Tho Catholics do not understand the other Protestant bodies. I do not beliove that in my life and perhaps not in the life of any person now living, church unity will como, but it is my belief that some day there will be a united Christendom. It has been the position of the Anglican communion, that is of the Church of England, that it should not send missionaries to any other than heathen lands. It Is a tactless and an inconsiderate act for us to send delegates to a conference or congress which proceeds on tho assumption that tho peoples of South America aro In darkness and thereby offend tho Roman Catholic Latin-Americ- VOLUME XXXV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ct November 19 'Euchre and lotto of iHoly Rosary Alumnao in hall, Fourth and Park, afternoon and Novembor 2 2 2i El Nomo Minstrels at St. Leo's school hall, HighChristian Doctrine and DefiniCatholics No Longer Need to land Park, both oVenlngs. "Would Not Arrny the Episcopaltion of Rights of Private Defend Teaching Religion Novembor 23 'Charity euchre In ians Against Largest Clmrcli Returns. Ownership. St. Cecilia's school hall, afternoon Haven I!cho: in Education. in Christendom. j and evening. "No matter who occupies the Gubernatorial chair, Tuesday's elec(November 23 Bourko Cochran's tion marked the beginning of the j ledture, "A Ploa for Peace." Protestant Ministers Aro Now November 23 Turkey euchre and Made "Wonderful Itnco "When end of Ollio James, die had stumped Every Man Entitled to a Living Speech Ring Hchocs of Dramatic tho State from one end of It to the Strength of Opposition Is In Accord With His Doing Tills Every Week lotto at Bertrand Hall, afternoon Through the Religious other and tho crowds applauded tho and evening, Calculated. sentiments uttered, but they doubted Rank. ' For Them. World. evening. the sincerity of the man who 7 pAnnual charity January uttered them and the enthusiasm euchre and lotto for St. Anthony'B died before ho was out of sight. One Cincinnati Enquirer Pays Trlh- - can not betray confidence and re- Uniform "Wages For Doth Sexes Admission of Rov. John A. Mac- - Hospital, Phoenix Hill Hall. Significant Action That Opens tain the respect of those who ho February 16 Carnival at Trinity to Messrs. "Whallcn and For Equally Efficient Spcrran and Dr. Oliver botrajed, nor can he hope to have Anew Question of Church Council club house for ono weok. McGrath. glory of the cause whooped tho Labor. Iluckcl. Unity. ahead by those ho has disgusted. Tho big Senator gave great promise, RECENT DEATHS. but when measured by the rule that Tho funeral of Mario L. Pfelffer, THE NEW HAVEN ECHO SIZZLER men require of tho superior man ho THE TREATMENT OF CHILDREN ANSWER TO GOD FOR CONDUCT CHURCH OF ROME HAS PRIORITY was found wanting in respect, hence who died Tuesday night of Brlght's his deHne." disease, waB held yesterday morning from Holy Name church. Miss PfelfFATHER GOSSELTN PASSES. By John A. Ryan, D. D. Now that the election of Stanley Tho Rev. John A. MacSperran, a fer was tho daughter of Mrs. Carrie speech Echoes of the dramatic Harrison, 532 Longfleld avenue, and Is assured, oven though by a small Tho prominent Presbyterian minister of Christian doctrine that (AshThere was sadness in many years of ago. which preceded the-- resignation of Baltimore, In a recent sermon took was thirtw-thre- o plurality, politicians tho and land homes this week, due to-- tho private ownership is not an absolute five dignitaries of tho Protestant the 'Catholic stand upon the subject political dope passing Sunday afternoon funeral services students of tho closeness of aro busy Gosselln, of Rev. Father N. N. right, but meroly a form of stewardEpiscopal church from its Board of of religion in education, as have explaining the race the beloved pastor of tho Missions recently still ring through many others. The Baltimore min- over the remains of IPatrJck Henry for Governor between Stanley and Holy Family church, who denarted ship, according to which the individual holds his wealth from God O'Neil, son of Martha and tho lato Morrow. That signifitho religious world. ister said: Tho popular solution is this life Sunday cant action opens anew tho groat "Any effort to glvo public school Patrick O'iNell, were held in tho that tho removal of (National Com- Gossolin had been afternoon. Father and Is obliged to administer It for ill for some eight the subject of church unity and brings pupils a benefit of others as well as of education Church of Our Lady, tho iRov. Father mitteeman Urey Woodson, State months, being stricken with paralysis is insufficient again to public notice tho question: if religious training Connlff officiating. Tl;e deceased Chairman R. H. Van Sant and Com- - while about his usual duties in himself, was more frequently years old and a mitteemen W. Bridges was thirty-fiv-e is omitted. I think the State, in "Is tho Episcopalian church drifting and Ahner March of this year, and from which preached and more generally and Annie iFalono, 2731 Rhea was tho principal causo of to Rome?" Occasionally a group of should introduce some brother of Mrs. the ' ho never rallied sufficient to give his vitally accepted than it Is today. such plan as that In use at Gary, High street, and was widely known Democratic defection and that tho friends encouragement to hopo that tho ritualistic wing of tho Protestant In tho thirteenth century we find making religion an established part throughout Portland. Episcopal church do unlto with tho friends of these either knifed the ho would ever bo well again. 'And Pope Clement IV. permitting strangof tho education of its children, for qf St. Peter, although they take Soo ticket or did not vote at all. Then while his death was unexpected, Mrs. Mary Daly, ono of tho oldest again it is told that Percy Haly and yet his passing was not great to vital religion is the saving salt in with them few communicants. a shock ers any occupy and till the third part any people's destiny. Neither tho residents of St. Patrick's parish, Beckham planned to have tho ticket to tho entire community. Thoro of estate which the proprietor Tho issue which was brought up away Wednesday at her beaten, tho speeches of Beckham United States nor any other nation passed refused to put under cultivation before tho Board of Missions was never was a. man home, 1809 Tyler avenue. Two being made to not injuro his stand- -' generally beloved in Ashland more himself. HENRIETTA CAMPBELL. Pope Sixtus IV., in the could long survive If a majori'y one which, accentuatod the basic difthan Rev. Father of its people ceased to bo conscious sons, Michael and Martin Daly, and ing with fifteenth century, mado the same Woodrow Wilson. ferences between tho Anglican compassed away In this city that they are answerable to God for ono daughter, Mrs. A. C. Mayor, That the President vote did not rally Gosselin. He went about his work regulation with regard to domains There munion and tho other branches of Beckham so quietly and so patiently that ho in the Papal territory. Hero wo have faiths, and also last Saturday morning a most es- their personal conduct and the cor- survive her. The funeral was held to tho support of Stanley and the was almost unobserved by tho tho Protestant ' fixed many timable and beloved women in tho rect discharge of life's duties. The yesterday morning from St. Patis amply shown in the Fourth oral public, yet he made friends with a clear recognition of tho principle showed that however regard tho gulf between tho Cath- person of Mrs. (Henrietta Knox youth of our nation its citizens of rick's church, attended by large district, which has always been noted overyone ho met, and his field of that a man has not a right to do olics and the Episcopalians, there is Kolsey Campbell, wife of iB. J. Camp- the future must bo trained to that numbers of old friends and relatives. as a Beckham stronghold, this usefulness was not confined to his what he pleases with hiB own, but I should like to see formerly being his home district. As own church alone. He was almost only that which Is consistent with still tope it may yet bo closed. Ono bell, Sr., fortified with all tho con- - consciousness. relatives of William voters in as much beloved by people outside tio right of common ownership in of tho cynics remarked tho other eolations of Mother Church. She this reform pushed forward hero S. Friends and former member of tho an illustration, eighty-fiv-e Sullivan, a tho Now Haven precinct failed to 0f his own church as by members his needy neighbors. Every man day that had It not been for the split was the dearly boloved mother of until Baltimore adopts it. police force and resident of tho West vote at all and eighty-thre- e "The religious education of our of these 0f his own denomination and he will performing a function in tho In tho Board or Missions, tno Man- William P., James and Arthur BanEnd, wore greatly shocked when were Democratic voters. It was pre- - be universally missed. ama Conferenco would never have non, Mrs. E. K. Kollross and Miss children has been too long neglected news was received hero Father medieval organization of industry that ho had dieted early in the campaign that Gosselin had been pastor of Holy was regarded as rendering a social all perRose Bannon. Airs. Campbell was a and any means by which been known. service. of religionists can bo been run over and killed by a freight tho regime would Family church for twenty-seve- n In return for this contriIn January of this year a Commlt-te- o woman of deep piety and unbounded suasions together with tho common train Sunday night at Lagrange. The prefer a Republican State adminis- - years, and through his efforts was bution to tho community tho inIn Latin America iharity. She was held in the very brought on Issued Bulletin No. 1 from 15G Fifth highest esteem by every one who idea of spreading, wl'th tho aid of remains wore brought to tho family tration to a Democratic ono not un- -' established the (High School and dividual had a right, according to avenuo, Now York, announcing the had the good fortune of her ac- the public schools, the knowledge of residence, 2223 Bank street, tho fu- der their control, and their course Business College and several other medieval theory, to security in hirf quaintance, and her death leaves a the things concerning God is wel- neral being held Wednesday morning was not surprising when it is remem- buildings wore erected. Tho funeral position or status and to the means' Missioncalling of tho hours a from St. Cecilia's church. Besides bered that Haly lent secret aid to took place Wednesday morning, Rev. of living In conformity with tho ary Conferenco to bo held next Feb- void In St. Cecilia's parish that will comed. About thirty-fiv- o of ruary at tho Isthmus of IPanama. be hard to fill. Mrs. Campbell was week, approximately, ao devoted by his aged mother two brothers and Axton, the Bull Moose candidate for Father Cusack being the celebrant customs was his social rank. public school children This merely tho doctrine of Mayor hero in 1913. Another of the mass. Rev. Father Cotter, of This conferenco was to bo followed born in Belfast, Ireland, in 1840, the study, and probably not to secular two sisters survive him. significant fact is that Ed Alvoy, Ironton, preached tho sermon. The man's right to a living from the more than by other meetings in the principal daughter of William Kelsey and an hour a week consideration of Tho funoral of Edward F. Toomey the local bookmaker, was wagering Knights of Columbus and Ancient bounty of the earth, applied to the republics beneath tho Southern Mary Knox, who was a lineal de- things concerningtoreligion. Considtook placo from St. Louis (Bertrand's on Morrow, evidently securing in- Order of Hlbornians acted as escort conditions of medieval society. ConCross. In tho original bullotln It scendant of John Knox, the Scottish ering ten hours of each twenty-fou-r church this morning at 9 o'clock formation from his close friends to the body from tho church to tho crete assertions of the same prin was sot forth that such a conferenco reformer. In 1864 she visited in reserved for sleep ciple are heard today In the claim and fourteen with a requiem thatJMorrow would grave. now era that America for over a year, and after would splrltuallzo tho o of the laborer that he has a rigx hours a week of his soul. Deceased was a mem- - win Dy tno route. returning home met iRIchard" iBan-no- daily, or ninety-eigwas beginning to dawn In tho South, to work and a right to the Job that When all is considered it is noth who was touring Europe at the for work and play. It can easily be ber of the painting firm of Toomey PROGRESS IN IRELAND. and would give now heart and now seen that less than he has held for a considerable time; of the Demo tho missionary forces time. Shortly after they were (mar- the average child's 1 per cent, of & Daly and resided at 1132 Seventh ing to party discredit wore given a force to tho devoted of tho employer Sts. Mary and and P iston. of Seventeenth most in the conviction commit an act of throughout Latin America. "It can ried and came direct to Louisville, to tho considerationtime is religion. street. iHo died at Thursday morn- cratic race. that they with, every that his workmen of close To begin In iMr. Bannon later died. Elizabeth Dumesnil, this week received a enlist," to quote directly from tho where she married for the second Even this small percentage does not ing af tor Hospital corporation and trust (except tho interesting letter from Solicitor injustice when they arbitrarily quit an illness 1884 bulletin, "tho Interest and tho sup- time, when she became tho wife of represent effective study, such as the week, his death being of only one distillers) was bitterly opposed to ipatrick work, and ln tho contention of tho attributed to T. Liston, of Rathkeale, growing numbor of strong port of tho according Independent dealer or manufacturer carried the L. and IN. railroad evangelical Bernard J. Campbell, Sr., President secular studymethods isonintended to stomach trouble. Besides his wife fighting his election tooth and nail, j lan(1( ln wnjcn the writer says: men who believe that Kentucky Wall Plaster Com- to academic .r am very mUch obliged for the that he has a right to the business and infant child ho Is survived by Christianity Is tho only hope of tho of thowho was a half brother to her be. while the Louisville Railway Com- - Kentucky Irish American, a most of which ho is deprived by tho pany, one brother, John J. Toomey. American nations." pany not only opposed tho State readable and interesting "It is compulsory in many States paper, practice of temporary underselling husband. The funeral was The organization was proceeding former The call of Bernard Kettlor to a ticket, but for some inexplicable wnicli you so kindly sent mo, with a pursued by the trust. Tho prinheld from St. Cecilia's church, a for the child to take up secular apaco when certain Episcopalian requiem high mass being celebrated study, whereas religious study as a meeting of ciple underlying all these beliefs, last Sunday reason instructed against the local noto of tno had by Rev. Father iFallon, who paid rule is passed over. While the morning at reward who unofficially clergymen is that modern, Poultry medieval and 721 Jacob ticket with tho exception of ono or tho fRathkealo movement drew attention feeling tribute to the exemplary and teachers in secular schools use street, was a his home, much grief to two judicial nominees. Then again gociety." joined tho formulated by Aristotlo as a canon source of the Christian life of the deceased, who academic methods, it appears at to tho fact that tho Americas of his many friends. Deceased was n tho Baptists to a man throughout solicitor Liston explains at length of social expediency, "it is best to South were not "heathen lands" and had ever been the 'friend of the present to bo the exception and not native of Germany, but had lived the State fought Stanley, and having the progress of tho have property private, hut to make and that for centuries they had beon church and tho poor from all walks tho rule to have scientific methods oi here for many years. Three sons, the greatest number of church mem- m0Vement, which has been of great the use as a it common,"ofand by ministered to largely by the Roman of life. justice, requirement iii the teaching attempted in tho Albert, Edward, Herman; two daugh- uers necessarily cut quite a lieurc, benefit to the rural districts and has Aquinas In fact, tho Church of Catholics. provision ters, Mrs. right that tho ownership of With tho Brumlovo and tneir resentment Deing aue to mo stained immense proportions in "it is should bo private, but tho use William Romo claimed priority in that, when of more scentlfic and effective re- Mrs. John Knabenschu and seven- fact that McChesney, a member of county Limerick. Tho best people goods KNIGnTS AND LADIES. Christopher Columbus came to these especial favorlto ln tho country are now engaging in of them ought to be common, so ligious teachings the most logical teen grandchildren survive him. Tho that church and an Bhores to glvo to Castile and Leon views, Tho silver jubilee celebration of thing In the world to follow would funeral took place Tuesday morning because of his prohibition primary was Ul0 pouitry an,i egg business, and that the owner may readily minister al- .. -- m iead io tno introduction of therefrom to the needs of others." a new world, ho had brought with Branch 2, 'Catholic Knights and be a greater consolidation of relig- from St. tho Martin's church, tho St. badly beaten in by Baptist minis- - tl According to tho foregoing reasonhim certain Franciscans, and tho though indorsed ious thought, and religious, thought America, on Wednesday would bo clarified, being lifted out Charles the Great Society acting as ters and press for the nomination, otl,er homQ industries that will mako ing, it is evident that those women mission to tho people of tho now Ladles of many m ireiand very much better escot. , continent had begun then and there. night will long be remembered as of tho base of lndeflnitoness that tho boast having been mado that the onnMnaion ho anvn th who are forced to provide their own The promoters of tho religious en- the big event of that order in Louis- surrounds It to some oxtont at tho IBaptist vote was the controlling cou'ntry ia now beginning to "wake sustenance have a right to what is MAOKIN COUNCIL. terprise had at tho start sent cir- ville. When James Coleman, who present time because of lack of una in iub jjijuuuij. .jts opportunities. Tne very a living wage for them. Since they Up welcome the adequate training. Those who are Another cause of the Democratic Rev Canon O'Donnell, tho energetic have no other way of living but by culars concerning tho movement to presided, arose to every foot of schooled in ecclesiastical subjects The meeting of Mackin Council on defection was the candidacy of parjsh priest, took a deep interest their labor, tho compensation theretho Catholic authorities and had re- Knights and Ladies fore should bo sufficient to enable ceived no reply. It was held by available room in IRoblnson Hall was have a religion that is real and clear Monday night was well attended and Barksdale Hamlett, his record as in the Rathkeale society and doof Public Instruction cortaln Episcopalians even then that occupied, visitors being present from to them, but there is no doubt that much business of interest was trans- no small praise for the fillip them to live decently. Women deevery branch In the city. Tho pro- many persons lacking the advantage ing tho same work with tho same being an awful blot on Democratic ne ha(J glven tho in(justry. thoro should have been something gramme consisted of musical and of effective teaching have difficulty acted. Thomas Nohalty paid a management, mciuuuiauy jii.miu-- i gree of efficiency as men in occupamoro than tho mere announcement tribute were exchoice tions where both sexes are employed as far as notice to the literary numbers that "brief ad- in properly comprehending the sub touching and beautifulbringing to the lett was the of the work, CHARITY CLUB EUCHRE. back In the primary. (It was given in deceased members, cellently rendered and have a right not merely to a ject of religion. Catholics was concerned. memories of the in Mackin James tho woman's living wage, "In the greater consolidation of Council and causingpast feeling of these columns last week u.the optn- In arranging thus to take to dresses by Rev.Sheridan P. Cronln, V. chnr, c,ub , whIch ,n same remuneration as but tomale G.f Miss their , Panama religious work for tho up- Keenan, Mary spoke for and Thomas religious thought that would result graltude among tho a younger set ion of the ,writer that tho biggest I,aHl J0" ,"UD . .t tho charter from an established course oi Twho IKfnnlov rniifln onn the "". fellow workers. Distributive justice l4...w t building of Latin America the prorewhom only five aro have heen spared requires that equally competent jectors of this great enterprise en- members, of Dr. Charles iA. Edelen, endons trainlntr for school children that they and pray for those to whom workers be rewarded equally. Moreand the consequent classification of member deavored to meet every objection. In still living. (Examiner, reprecalled from their ranks. over when the women receive less the subject, religion would bo really Death has Lynn announced that on the possession of the union labor . they have not been successful, Supreme Medical this -' -- -Supreme (Board and depay than tho men, the latter are vote. That this strucK a popular-, for tho High Church wing' of the sented the addresso that was much brought to the test; It would be President Cecilia s Hall, on the livered an shown up to the student as to Sunday morning, November 28, tho chord is shown by the many com- color, at St. evening o November gradually driven out of that occuProtestant Episcopal church, which appreciated. Whon the exercises and would make their annual ments and messages received at this afternoon Unless we hold that an pation. desirable. contains many members of the party were concluded the ladles of the whether it is person any Of course members suhject It communion at St. Anthony's church office from union labor members 23. For week s preparations lavo increase ln the proportion of women which would bring about a union of branch served a dainty luncheon. in teaching a exwhich workers Is desirable, we must admib been making for this affair, for at the 7:30 o'clock mass, at is all communions and is now in close Branch 2 is known as St. Patrick's Is implied ho is being taught some-- g pected no member will forget this who agreo that the union labor vete there will be many fine prizes and pos- would-b- e that social welfare would be adj touch with the Greek church, ob- and has always ranked as one of the thing to be put into, practice. iMoin-in- duty of love, for next year may find is a anyth and these sessors of that vote aro not even also fifty turkeys to be awarded, vanced by the payment of uniform learned Is worth while unless it jected most strenuously to tho Board foremost in the entire country. capable of controlling three votes In Tho Executive Committee, of which wages to both sexes for equally' can "be used; therefore through in- them among tho mourned ones. of Missions sending any delegates to their home precinct, and are not, Roger Nohalty Is Chairman, with efficient labor. creased efficiency in training religparty hold that tho conference. This PRAISEWORTHY. MARRIED WOMEN WORKING. Children of either sex who have Identified with any political or- - James Duddy as Secretary and John ion would hecomo much more efthe priority of the work of the ganization, Democratic or Republi- -' j Lynn is Treasurer, are being assisted reached the age at which they can fective." in the Catholics UniLast Sunday afternoon the by tho Altar Society and ladles of tho without detriment to themselves or (Dr. Huckel, who Is a The married women of St. A'gnos can. countries should be Tecognizcd in form 'Rank and members of tho widely Oliver minister of the church, under tho pastorate of tho know That all agreo that Stanley and parish, among whom are Mesdames y society hecomo wage earners, but every sense and that, by holding a Catholic Knights of (America introwho can not perform tho work of church in Maryland, Passlonlst fathers of tho Sacred his associates owo their election Laffey, Ford, Earl, Tompkins, conference with Protestant bodies duced a very praiseworthy custom at preparto tho work of the Fifth dls- - terwald, Bloomor, Nohalty, Duddy adults, have a right to a wago suf-in Baltimore who were much moro separated from St. Louis cemetery, that of gathering told his congregation outlined plan Heart Retreat, nro busy with a decent llveli-furnished the saving xuuuiua ficient the- Roman Catholics than the in the cemetery for memorial serv- that "some carefully be worked out ations for a reunion and euchre and trlct, which shown Dy tne louowing and uanty. R. uouncuniau herd the hood. to afford them Laffey will They aro entitled to this beundoubtedly should Dolan and lotto entertainment on Tuesday aft- plurality, Is Anglican communion, a breach was ices and to Tray for the faithful for tho religious enlightenment and ernoon, Novembor 23. It will bo clipping from' tho Cincinnati En- turkeys, and Charles Raldy and F. cause their wages, generally speakbeing widened. denarted. The Knights in uniform, education of the children. Strong held In tho school hall at Baxter and quirer: Boscho will have charge of the ing, constitute their sole source of How tho proposal to have a con- headed by Gen. Michael tflelchert and "The Fifth district, majority for tickets. The ladles of the parish will maintenance. It must be noted that nubile opinion exerted in tho direc- Speed avenuo, and tho proceeds will gress affected tho Roman Catholics accompanied by the Concordia Sing School Board, which be for the benefit of St. Agnes Stanley is all that could reasonably furnish cakear and It Is hoped there a living wage for children refers to" Is shown by the pastoral letter of ing Society, assembled at tne main tion of tho members of after all Is but a public instrument, church. A crowning feature will bo have been expected, and It isor-a will be a great crowd to help this their essential needs as requisites of the Bishop of Panama in which 'he entrance at 3 o'clo.k and tho pro- then undoubtedly would be instrua family, not to the tho chicken supper that will be testimonial of tho loyalty of the by most worthy cause. followers, on the pen- cession moved slowly to the graves forbids all his boarding-hous- e life, as this is not ganization which is headed mental In placing religion on an alty of committing n mortal Bin, of 'Charles, J. Desse and Gus Kane. equal basis with other subjects served for all present tho condition in which working chilMessrs. Frank McGrath and James EXPLAINS INTEREST. from having anything to do with tho 'After saying prayers Gen. (Relchert taught In tho schools." Stanley was coundren are usually placed. Finally P, Whallen. CATHOLIC PUPILS WINNERS. Ho declares that tho made some very feeling remarks that Congress. perform seled by several of his advisors Just The following Rochester dispatch children of either sex whoto receive I. A. TEN. were in keoDlng with tho occasion. PASSAGE REFUSED. after the primary election to destroy in the New York Times explains why the work of adults ought The Superintendent of schools of tho Louisville organization in resending of tho conference was noth- The ceremony was very eolemn and the same tho big Interests and their following the wages of adults, for Mass., has announced ing less than an insult to tho Church touching, and although it erougnt Nine hundred Irishmen who in- Newburyport, tho winners of the taliation for tho activity of Mayor of newspapers are opposed to what reasons that justify the payment of of Rome, which in all its work had back so vividly to many of those tended to sail for New York on the names of John H. 'Buschemeyor against him, or men's wages to equally efficient done much for the civilization of present tho great loss they had sus- Saturday on the Cunard Lino steam- eighteen scholarships In the Putnam but he would permit no such actlbn. they term hyphenated Americans not women. that do tho countries of South America. tained, yet at the same time there ship Saxonla were prevented by tho High School, examinations for which Instead he entered into an agree- any other class of people tho present which truckle to John Bull iu Tho withdrawal of Bishops Weller, was a solace to their grief and a steamship company from taking were held in Juno. Ten wore pupils ment with Frank McGrath INSTALL BISnOP. Harding and "WiUams, the .Rev. Dr. feeling of comfort that through the passage. The company declined to of the School of tho parish of the gave him proper representation in war: "Through a contract mado today which is the State convention. The Tesult of Manning, Tector of Trinity church in rites of the church they were help- permit them to sail after there had Immaculate Conception, Bishop Schuler was installed in of Tuesday's election shows the wisdom between the General Railway Signal under New York City, and of Dean Delaney, ing their dear departed. boon several stormy encounters with Charitythe direction of tho Sisters J. P. Morgan & Co., his Cathedral at El Paso pn Thurs;, of Nazareth of Kentucky. who has recently come to New York of Stanley's determination to deal Company andof tho railway company Anv whon thn ncnnlo of that CltT had street crowds, which took the "view to accept an appointment as a memfairly with his enemies at Louisville, tho big plant TAKES FRANCISCAN HABIT. men should not be that to prepared a great reception for him. be HOLY CROSS. just at it shows that there would at Lincoln Park will war diverted ber of the staff of the Church of St. permitted to evade liability to .milimunitions, The Immaculate Conception church. "question ahout his the manufacture of Mary the Virgin, was the natural havfl heen no Henry Kerberg, a member of tary service In this manner. The Paso, was formally designated M plant will be sequence of the refusal of the Board Mackin .Council and a young man or arrival of the Irishmen in Liverpool There will be another enjoyable ) winning had he not been compelled and an additional The contract la El Cathedral before Bishop 8chuler the erected at once. of Missions to rescind its action. high standing in the West End, who created excitement and the appeals entertainment at Holy Cross Hall on to make choice hetween the ouster W. was named to his dignity. The new In the view of the Right Rev. left some time ago to enter the of 'Recruiting Sergeants were futile, Monday night, November 22, for the of Woodson, VanBant; White and said to be worth $7,000,000, W. will be made the President of the Signal Reginald II. Weller, Bishop of Food monastery at Mt. 'Airy, near Cincin- aa onlv five of those detained en benefit of the new sehool building. Rhea or the loss ol .certain influ- Salmon. said this afternoon that the St. Patrick's churchsoon as it Mr finCathedral just s ugh the programme has set been ential .friends who had lieen with Works, was nati, will receive the habit of the listed. They were f rem the West of du Lac, the position of the board h ished. It is to be the ohuroh'of the ipleted. there will be an amusing him in the fight for the nomination, principal output would be a violation of an expressed wish of Franciscan order on 'December 8. He Ireland and wsre, leaving in order t Conceptior Immaculate prise oontsst, the winner of which and to whom he finally yielded Howitzer shells, which rattst be deliv- present v (William Kerberg and avoid oonseriBtion ana taxing Uis HotHM of Bishops and amounted is the son of parish. ' ered before December, turkey. fttainst his hftter Juipmt." receive a Thaakivtng arms for England. to the rryins of tho BplscopaliAas a native of St. Cecilia's parish. 1-- BISHOP WELLER SANE PLAN COMING EVENTS. Every day Is a thanksgiving day for tho Governor-eleand tho other successful nominees, and their principle causo of thanksgiving is contained In the above, viz., that they did not remove tho local committee and turn the organization over to And Successful Associates Now Holdeman and the CourioriJournal. Hero's a warm ono clipped from Dissecting tho Election our esteemed contemporary, the New STANLEY LIVING WAGE 26-2- self-defenc- e, gon-tick- ot j lHaly-Beckha- m Latin-Ameri- ca n, ht .masorUhejas4ercMiOTS, gum-sno- j y, well-earn- half-year- ly Sunday-school- s. ' T gg Haly-iBeckha- I ' , J'.l,0,0 "" -i '"" """ H Latin-Americ- an I Reck-solel- " 1 - able-hodi- ed nine-Inc- 1 "$," jBcasisraFuoBrsr xj&i&xi amerio-jv:- K&NTUGiey IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 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Vice President. people without discrimination may has been explained ' time and ligions school, another group called It no Protestant, and still another group be preserved. Catholics - owe again that gggsgggjagS5gasi3ggcsacgrti C83MCtBaaXCK8SSS333SW3 Milwaukee last week, declared that Pope as a temporal named Jewish, would go each its own allegiance to the "If Protestants would take a stand Those editors who so strenuously power, yet the Western Recorder, a particular way to its own denominawith Catholics on divorce tho comobject to outsiders directing them in bined Christian church would have local Baptist paper with A. P. A. tional school. Can you not see the the management and publication of tho power to obliterate the evil." tendencies, says in its latest issue unfortunate result that would ensue their papers should cease their That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a referring to tho Knights of Colum- from this process of segregation attempts to run the Knights of CHICKEN SUPPER. tho according to crcdal beliefs? I am SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED bus: "It will bo admitted that Miss Mary Dunn visited relatives Columbus. While the latter have A euchre and lotto, at which a members of tho Knights of Columbus opposed because I see-Itwice a year; There MAY COME a time when yovtr "LAST DOLLAR" it a vehicle been and are doing great good the at Lebanon last week. large number of elegant prizes will do owo allegiance to at least one that might bo utilized for purposes former must be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the making themselves are The IBcrtrand Club will entertain be distributed and gold coins given potentate,' and this potentate is the of proselytlsm. Let religion be ridiculous. Thursday evening. with a dance next dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. as tally prizes, will take place in St. Pope at Rome. Since no one of them taught where it rightly belongs, at Columba's new school hall, Thirty-fift- h . Miss Elizabeth Hayes returned wll deny this fact" Philadelphia showed itself true to the domestic altar, in tho church and and Jefferson, for the benefit to Richmond, in the denominational its name wlien it repudiated bigotry Friday, after a visit In their expose of the fake K. of synagogue, of St. Columba's church on WednesVa. day afternoon and night, (November C. oath tho California Masons school, but let our public schools be by drowning its under a Btated that the Knights of Columbus and forover'remaln free and untram-mele- d plurality of 80,000 in favor of one Mary Rose Bowling has re- 17. The ladles have made arrangeMrs. to tho utmost degree, the who believes In the constitution of turned from a vtsit to relatives at ments to attract all the friends of ritual and oath instills a lovo for St. Columba's on this occasion and New Haven. country, a reverence for law and or- bulwark of our liberty, tho fashioner the United States Fifth and Court Place. will bo prepared to servo a fine supper. der and upholds tho constitution of and the inspirer ot civic and national Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. Miss Nettie Foley has been spend- chicken India has awakened and the un- ing a wek' at Bardstown visiting our country, this being quoted in unity." m QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. rest confronts English rule. Kitch- Miss Ethel Bowman. tho Congressional Record of January TOILERS IN CITIES. d ener will soon have his hands full. 29 this year. Yet the Much enthusiasm is toeing exMrs. John Egan has returned to England's secrecy can not last much bigot who writes tho above her homo at Fulton, after a visit to hibited in tho Queen's Daughters There is no greater need of charity longer. Btill says that none of them will deny Christmas shop to bo held In the Miss Wllhelmlna Waller. than in tho Jives of the working Knights of Columbus Hall on Satur- I that they owo temporal allegiance to girls of our great cities. We do not Restricting emigration will not Mrs. J. L. Vetter, Pleasure Ridge, day, December 11, for the benefit of the Pope. Verily thero are none so mean a charity that gives a few greatly strengthen the English army. had Miss Lily Mooney, of Bardstown the Sisters of tho Good Shepherd. who will not see. blind as those week. dimes or dollars or maybe a genMrs. Schimpeler, who has charge of British subjects will still evade Junction, as a visitor for a The Service With the Largest List of Connections in tho refreshments, has had many erous check, but we do mean the military duty. THAT DELAYED NOTE. daugh-- home goodies promised her, and the Mrs. W. O. Blandford and Louisville and Suburbs. companionship and charity of love, ter Alice and son Joe have returned Junior Circle is much pleased with All Service Unlimited. an equality that does hot see the In its note to Great Britain tho from a visit to relatives in Lebanon. the success foreshadowed .for the LACORDAIRE. United States Government makes the faded clothes and worn gloves, but dansant which they are planning. Mrs. Vincent Burke has been reaches far into the tired heart and h November 22 will be Ithe following protest: CHANCE FOR TURKEY. anniversary of tho death of spending tho week as the guest of That tho British blockade is in- neglected life of the general working priest, iPero her mother, Mrs. S. Burns, in girl. Jn one large city two Irish tho famous French effective, illegal and indefensible. To All Points of Importance to the Louisville Trade. The annual Thanksgiving turkey Lacordaire. This It serves notice on England that girls came, eager to work and eager perhaps the most wonderful priest, festival of St. William's congregation Lowest Rat,es. eloquent pulpit Miss Bernico Mattlngly, of Leb- will take place In the parish hall, tlio American Government can not for what they imagined must be the orator that France has produced anon, was here this week visiting her Thirteenth and Oak, on Monday to their submit to curtailment of its neutral larger life. They attended religious duties carefully. They during tho past century, is grate- aunt, Mrs. J. G. Carrico, in the West evening, November 22. Tickets aro rights. fully remembered by Irishmen for End. only ten cents and are of attractive Holds that international law al knew ithe priest enough to have a his famous funeral oration on value, as the coupon attached gives now and then, but they O'Connell. 1802, He was born in Miss Maggie Kelly, of tho East the holder a contingent Interest in lows the right of search on the high little talk week-en- d the son of a humble country phy- End, guest of Mrs. ten fine birds. All who attend aro seas but does not countenance in- did not wear their hearts on their sician, and was educated for the J. M. was a INCOHPORATKD VanArsdalo in South certain to enjoy this festival. sleeves, so tho world knew nothing bar. His vestigations in port prompted by father had served under MMMWWHUVMMtMUUUUiVUVMVUVUWMMMMmt "We have Rochambeau in the war for Ameriof their social hunger. suspicions. FOOTBALL. been here fifteen years and, outside can independence. When tho young Miss Anna Norman, of the West Asserts that delays to American of business, we do not know three man was pursuing his studies and End, was a Sunday guest of Mrs. 'Mackin Council's football team, KNIGHTS OP trade have aided England in furthermingling with the social circles of Catherine O'Brien In South 'ILlfe under tho leadership of Merlin people," complained one. day, at a time when Infidel ing her own commerce. the Hogan, scored another big victory would mean so much to us if we teachings were being widely dissemSunday afternoon, when they deDeclares that prize court decisions could visit some one for a little inated, he became affected by the Miss Minnie Westerman, who was feated tho Old Timers in a fast and Late News That Will Interest are based on the territorial law of friendly talk." Our socioties seem contagion and was noted for his the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Anne interesting by a score of 27 to 0. England' and not according to in utterances as much as Horan, "has returned to her home at Tho clever team "work and defense of Members Hero and to fail in reaching some of these for tho eloquence with which he externational precedent. the Mackin boys excelled - at all vim kind of girls, although 'they are real pressed" them. Suddenly he aston- Buechel. stages of the game. A. 'C. Spayd is Both press and people applaud tho and in real need of just tho right GENT P YOU ished all his acquaintances by con Mrs. L. G. Scanlon, of Oakdale, Chairman of the Athletic Club this note and sing praise for Secretary kind of sympathy. fessing to an entire change of feela visit tp friends year, and expects to have iMackin has returned Lansing and his stand. "Though ing and sentiment shortly after his at Adalrvllle, from A council has been organized at Bowling Green and represented in the city's hardest coming of age, and ho announced England has not destroyed American CHURCH AND MASONRY. Ventura, Cal. contests. studying for the Franklin. his intension of life, she has destroyed a great part Fifty more men joined tho order The Catholic church wars against priesthood, giving up all pleasures MAOKIN SOCIAL CLUB. Mr. and Mrs: M. J. Kehoe, on Sunday at El Reno, Okla. of American trade to the advantage and allurements of the world for the havo been entertaining their of her own commerce," is a passage Masonry to this extent, that she toil and sacrifice of the ecclesiastical December 12 thero will be initiaThe next dance of Mackin Social daughter, Mrs. Estella Kehoe Miles, found in not a few of tho editorials. forbids her members to be Masons, state. He often said in after lifo of Aberdeen, Va. Club will be held Tuesday evening at tions in Omaha, Madison and Friend, the that neither man the club "house, and the annual Neb. Hero aro comments that show the for tho very obvious reason that Instrument of his nor book was but conversion, Masonry is a religion and Is so consouvenir dance, tho last of the fall Little Rock and Helena are Mr. and Mrs. William J. Duane, American feeling: 426 )V,MARKET that a sudden and secret stroke of resi- series and always a big social event, working for big Initiations early next "Tho British authorities may have sidered by Masonic writers. The grace opened his eyes to the noth- formerly of this city, but nowon a takes place on Thaksglving eve, year. LOUISVILLE,. KY. dents of St. Louis, were here that the ingness of irrcligion. supposed they were pulling the wool Catholic church believes November 24. The dances given visit this past week. Evansvlllo will exemplify tho three Catholic church is the pillar and have toeen marked by a splendid at- degrees for a large class on tho last over somebody's eyes, and vainly AVHEN THE WAR ENDS. theretendance, and the club extends a Sunday of this month. Mrs. J. B. O'Loary, of St. Matimagined they were deceiving others; ground of truth. She stands thews, and Mrs. Quinn, of the city, cordial invitation to its friends to but tho President strips the alleged fore, says Truth, in opposition to all A New York Socialist, having Seven hundred Knights were preswere recent guests of Mrs. Ellsworth be present at the next two. embargo of its gauzy garments, ex- doctrines which are opposed to her written to ask Father Bernard Johnson at Eastwood. ent when tho new council was in318 West Market St. FRIENDS ARE INVITED. stituted at Salem, Ohio. poses its nakedness and its pretenses own teachings. Thus for exaniplo Vaughan if he did not think that she is in opposition to Protestantism, after the war the Catholic church Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzpatrick, of Tho Knights of Vancouver, Wash., and hypocrisy." Next Tuesday afternoon and evenhave been entertainweek for the and out everywould not bo a "It has come at last, a strong, to Mohammedanism or any other ism where but in down United States. Jefforsonvillo, Fitzpatrick and wife, ing tho ladies of St. Michael's con- hadof big fair thisof (Providence. beneThanksgiving the great "at home' ing William tho House day. If you can't be there, a fine phodefinite, uncompromising note from that fs In fundamental opposition to Father Vaughanthe gregation will entertain with a fit replied: who will Teturn to Iowa. Council Bluffs Knights havo or tograph wjll help. euchre and lotto party in the parish tho United States on Great Britain's her. Tho Democratic party is in op"Dear 'Comrade:' Tho Catholic street, to ganized a whist contest for a loving position to the Republican party, church can never bo down and out. Mrs. John T. Slattery, 1010 East hall, 220 South Brook illegal interference with American cup. Thirty-flv- o 'havo entered. has almost which they invito their friends. Tho sho trade. It is to bo hoped that tho and both are in opposition to tho For two thousand years storm, has Sixth street, New Albany,injuries suf- ladles have secured many excellent Sioux City will initiate a large and entirely recovered from driven through stress and Washington administration intends Progressive party. All of them, has delivered the goods all tho time. fered when sho fell on East Fourth prizes and will leave nothing undone number tomorrow. Carroll had a however, manage to live together as two weeks ago. to back it up, to the point of refusthat will contribute to the pleasure class of eighty-thre- e With Peter at the helm, she defies street three weeks ago. Cut Flowers for all occasions. and success of their party. s ing to let Great Britain buy war citizens without breaking one an- torpedoes, and bombs. If Tomorrow the new council at Special attention given other's heads. No ono seriously you want to make good, come right Grammercy, La., will be Instituted orders. Miss Delia L. McCarty and Leo T. munitions In this country any longer CORRECTED MAJORITY. memyou have the chance. Once Hess, well known residents of Now of sixty-fiv- e with a charter list thinks that a Catholic can bo a in while If these practices persist." NEW NANZ NEUNER CO. aboard you will find sho is the life- Albany, were united in marriage bers. The revised election roturns show-tha- t "Secretary Lansing's note to Great member of tho Methodist church at boat worth writing homo about. Monday evening at St. Mary's church, INCORPORATED. to Increase the memberIn order John Britain protesting against further the same time that he is a member When the war is done, and the allies Rev. Father Selbertz performing the Magistrate J. O'Brien was elected ship in San Francisco the initiation in tho Seventh Magis057 Foarth Ave.. Louisville, Ky. of the Catholic church. Funda- have won, she is going to carry more ceremony. Interference with the trade of this terial district by a majority of 1,178 fee has been reduced for a limited mentally our quarrel with Masons in passengers than ever to tho right Republican opponont period to ?15.N and other neutral countries is a plain landing stage. Shall I book your Miss Mamie Dillon, accompanied votes over his as published by BROS. Wisconsin Knights this week HERRMANN and straightforward statement of a this country Is the same, and passage? Yours In truo friendship, by "her cousin. Miss Cora Uphof, of Instead of and Times. Masons recognizo that fact. the Courier-Journfor the started their campaign exseries of truths which Bhould have Paris, France, has left for an "Bernard Vaughan, S. J." $50,000 endowment fund for MarIMPORTERS Wo oppose Latin Masonry for the tended "Western trip, visiting both been accentuated when the first CONFnWIATION. quette University. the San Diego and San Francisco Exsame reason that American Masons CHAPEL FUND GROWS. seizure of a neutral ship was FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. expositions before returning. a fourth Thero will Tho Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue emplification be Aberdeen, degree on made. The administration has refuse to recognize it because it is S. D at stenographers of the United The Distillers and Wholesale DealIs in Ellzabethtown, and this afterof revolution and Blumbered just ono year too long on a propagator Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Ellers an- noon will administer the sacrament February 13, at which tho Omaha States are plainly Interested in the ers in Finest Barnds of KenInfidelity. engagement of their cnapei tnat tney nope to bulla in, nounce tho this important issue." tucky Whiskies, especially. to a good elzed class team will assist. some little forsaken hamlet of thai .daughter, Miss Anna Jane Ellers, to of confirmation Within tho noxt few weeks at Tho United States has stated its at St. James church. United States, for they aro sending Aloyslus E. Qulno. The wedding WATCHFUL WAITING. Salamanca tho third degree will be case and should stand firmly for in their dollars, and money for the will take place Tuesday morning, conferred on tho largest class ever MATINEE DANOE. every word thereinv England must 'Watchful "waiting" in regard to missions of Christ is a very tangible November 23, at Holy Cross church. BOTTLED IN BOND. centered in Western Now York. be made to understand that our Moxico has been abandoned. It sign that interest is not lacking. The (Ladies' Auxiliary, A. O. H., 234 S SIXTH STREET San Francisco Council will hold Ttlwfcou 1S43. A dollar sent in to this fund gives Mrs. Charles L. Netherland, for- will entertain with a matinee danco patience has reached tho end. seems that tho policy was a favorite tho donor the privilege of casting a Archbishop reception merly Miss Ella A. Hensley, of this at Schreiber's Hall, Twenty-sixt-h and its formal Tuesday. for one with President Wilson in other vote as to tho name of the chapel. city, is visiting her mother, Mrs. M. Hanna next Fourth degree SUPREME BOARD MEETING. Bank streets, Thanksgiving day DANGER Td LIBERTY. from the affairs besides international one3. The name that is the favorite so far A. Hensley, 3135 "West Broadway. afternoon. Thursday. November 25. members will act as escortor ColumCathedral to tho Knights is that of the 'Chapel of Jesus and Mrs. Netherland will leavo next week (meeting of tho The bo In attendance. In the course of a sermon preached But he doesn't Relieve in waiting too Mary. Of course no on bus building. is pro for her home at Fort Dodge, Iowa. Good music will Supreme Hoard of the Catholic long. His marriage "to Mrs. Gait hibited from sending in a dollar to by the Rev, Rudolph Grossman in Knights of America wlllbe held next LEXINGTON. CATHOLIC ALUMNAE. the Temple Rodeph Sholom In New will take place in December, it is an- swell this fund.. Have you sent in week in St. Louis. Since tho. last A very delightful surprise party not sten yours? meeting a number of now York City this past week, he said: nounced. For one who was supposed ographer Even if you are in a a dollar was given (Bernard Sheridan last Srames Dodd, of tho William Dodd you can send second annual convention ot have been organized, threebranches Tho during "I deem It my solemn duty to to be heart broken over the death to tho Stenographers' Fund. "When Saturday evening at his home in Company, wholesale grocers, ana tho International Federation of Cathof the month of October. After the: protest against the religious Instruc- of his wife a little over a year ago, the chapel is huilt we are looking to Portland in honor of his birthday. Mrs. Margaret Lacey, daughter mar olic Alumnae will bo held in the Ho- meeting adjourns Supremo Presirecovery. He stenographers to furnish it. Dona- The house was beautifully decorated Mm. Marv McNamara. wore tel Sherman, Chicago. November 26 dent Gaudin will make an official tion feature of tho Gary system, that tbisshows a quick at and the may 'bo sent to tho offices of with ferns and cut flowerswhite was ried Tuesday evening by St. Paul's to 28. was watchful; all right; but the tions Cardinal Gibbons has be visit to branches in Kansas, Col I, at least, can not but regard as tho Rev. church In Lexington the Catholic Church Extension So- - color scheme of red and wafting has been cut short. Father Boland. Only tho Immediate come Honorary President of tho Fed orado, California and Texas. Chicago. carried out in the decorations. undemocratic and as It cioty, 'McConmick building, Rev. Thomas eration, and members of both families were pres- J. Shahan, the RightCatholic Uni seems to me subversive ot the fundaof the Lexingn VINCENTIANS. HYPHENATED PATRIOTS. Mrs. Patrick Tracy, of Jefferson-villent. Both are RETURNS TO DIOCESE. mental principle ot American liberty. has issued invitations for the ton residents. Following tho core- - versity of America, has been appoint Very Immigration Commissioner FredI am opposed to the religious inmarriage of her granddaughter, jnony ttey left for Louisville for a ed active Director, with tho From reports maded to the CounRlEht Rev. P. R. Hoffron. D. D., Rev. Edward A. Pace as his assist- cil General In Paris it is learned that struction feature because the mere erick Howe, an appointee of Presi- Blsbop of Winona, Minn., who has Miss Mildred Tracy, and William C, honeymoon trip. ant. Tho coming convention is called tho total number of Conferences of which will recognition by the public school of dent Wilson, says: "There is a great been at St. Mary's 'Hospital, Roches Hanafeo, of New Albany,nuptial high primarily for tho adoption of a con- the St. Vincent de Paul Society be solemnized with & RECORD FOR PRIEST. religion and religious differences at deal of talk of hyphenated Ameri ter, 'Minn., recuperating from tho mass next Wednesday morning at stitution, the result of a year's delib- throughout tho world is about last work on the pnee imroauces me oaneiui spirit 01 cans, but the only class of this kind wounds inflicted on August 27 now St. Augustine's church. Both brido Very Rev. Dean William McNulty eration and Organization part of tho 6.000. The active (members are esby Father L. M. liesches, has Committee, timated to be 100,000, and the honyears Permanent weakens, it it does Whom I consider dangerous is the fully recovered his health. Saturday and groom have been prominent in has Just concluded fifty-tw- o atarlanUm and society circles over the river, and as rector of St. John's church, Pater-so- of which Mrs. James J. Sheeran is orary members are put at about the not nullify that great and mighty hyphenated patriots, in whoso case he returned to "Winona. will the wedding will be one of much Ni J., which is believed to be a Chairman. Among those who Very same figure. principle that is basic to our Ameri- patriotism Is united in unholy wedare repord not equalled by any clergy- speak at tho convention WashingSTOP PAYING RENT. can life and happiness the complete lock with profit." This sounds like OATnOLIO COMMANDS. man In the country. Now more than Rev. Edward A. Pace, of C. separation of Church and State. I Mr. Howe refers te the eighty, Dean McNulty has been a ton; the Right Rev, Mgr. Francis the WOULD HAVE POWER. go on forever paying rent. lDon,lt Lieutenant Commander (William years. During that Kelly, of Chicago. President of in- papers here anij. the Morgan Interest Own a homo of your am opposed, because it would priest own. Save George K. Hunt, D. D time he hs erected and paid for Catholic Church Extension Society;, D. Xeahy, U. S. 'N., of the (Bureau of payment and The Rev. evitably tend to divide our children who are selling ammunition to dear enough to make a cash of Navigation, has yen churches, four schools, four the Rev. Richard H. Tlerney, S. J., L. assume command been appointed to apply to a bank or a building and retiring Moderator of the Wiscons Into group according to. their re old England. of the gunboat vents and three homes for boys New York City: the Rev. John v '. loan aeeooJatlon to furnlph the rest Synod of the Presbyterian church II 'deahy is a Dolphin. ligious afflictions. Think ot itl At girls, valued in alj at about BeirortU or iirooKiyn, ana we iter, i Catholic. Commander In a few his sermon at the opening of tbl of the purchase money. ' XilUCUtta UUIA.0I UL XyVffV times during tkt school day The annual report of Librarian rears the property will e yours. 000. State meeting in Calvary church 119-2- gS&v ob-Jea- ts AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES iaafggiss'' vfo FALLSCITY VULCANIZING CO. rrfiS353KSSsss5s SOCIETY. The Last Dollar flag-bear- er 1 Ky. Title Savings Bank i 1 and Trust Co. narrow-minde- mwmm vivvvMwwwwwwvvvwww HOME TELEPHONE! . fifty-fourt- Long Distance Connections THE LOUISVILLE , HOME TELEPHONE CO. WHS. hMH'ii lTMIil T. anti-Catho- lic " CLS jfjfjiJi Jeffer-sonvill- e, BECKMAN PHOTOGRAPHER FLORISTS out-of-to- mine-field- fair-mind- ed fifty-eigal ht Pearl of Nelson, semi-annual o, well-know- n, pro-Engli- sh fifty-eig- ht i- - I I . 5T Wr"" " V Ml W"WI hi i n mp QMpj ig lj I it HI U yuw ijgpf roWOTSJOKY IRISH AldGBJXOA2!r. IRELAND. t M M t IIHmiMOMMM 81 Ml ij jgACON a son' INCORPORATED HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. The order in Ireland. is Prediction That Quinine Shortly Will Advance to $3 an Ounce. MMMM l' We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. steadily progressing Jecord of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled What are you going to do for Prom Exchanges. a remedy for Chills, Malaria or Fever? TAKE Herman FOURTH AVENUE Straus tvcarpaaveo sons m t MARKCT STREET .khA a a Right Now Is the Time You Need WE CARRY A REPRESENTATIVE LINE OF Leselia Fever Remedy CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS GOODS AT REASONABLY LOW PRICES. Pat Mahgan, of D vision 4, Is still 111 at the City (Hospital. Divisions everywhere are planning Is the best remedy known for these conditions and is independent of the quinine market. entertainments for Che winter. Guaranteed not to contain qui- Irish Volunteers. (Division 3 will have a social medtlng next Monday evening. nine, arsenic or any harmful John Hetfernan, Tlpperary, who .The building of the Hibernian, hall drugs. recently injured his spine by falling in St. Paul is now an assured fact. thirty feet from a pear tree at of Division 4 on (November 22 will be a social one. Five hundred were served at the supper of the Ladies' Auxiliary at Worsecter, Mass. ing The death Is much regretted of Bistor iMary Catherine Stanley, of the Dominican Convent, Wicklow. By a majority the Fermanagh County Council passed the resolution protesting against tho banishment of BLANKETS AND WE'RE GLAD TO OFFER THEM TO YOU AT THESE LOW PRICES. The next mepting 12-O- z. Bottle $1.00 ALL DRUGGISTS. Trade Mark Registered. Don't forget the quarterly meetat .Division 3's home, Sunday BSHTKOSH afternoon, November 21. STATUES ROSARIES The festival of the St. Paul HiberFor Cool FEVER REMEDY nians was a grand success, $3,000 SHRINE LAMPS CRUCIFIXES The 'Ennlskillon Guardians passed NONE GtNUINE THIS SlCNATUM, being netted for the home fund. a vote of condolence to tho relaMighty Specials in Col $5.50 Blankets CANDELABRAS Division 1 of Holyoke, Mass., has PRAYER BOOKS tives of the late Thomas McGovern, Btarted a movement to double Its ored Blankets $4.25 who was for forty years a member HOLY WATER FONTS BIBLES membership before the close of the LESELIA REMEDIES COMPANY, of the board. year. 50c Children's Bed Blank- 4.00 pairs of MEDALLIONS ALTAR LACES Incorporated The Kilkenny Corporation have Company B of the Hibernian ctc; size 40x68; per pair. .39c Blankets; sizo 66x80; vin unanimously passed a resolution Louisville, Kentucky. CANDLESTICKS ALBS Rifles is one of the wide awake red and black plaid color congratulating the Most Rev. Dr. X 75c Gray Bed Blankets; size military organizations of San FranSCAPULAR MEDALS SURPLICES Bernard on his election to the Archonly; $5.50 values, for.. $4.25 start a fund for the purchase of 65o 50x72; per pair cisco. bishopric of (Dublin. new pipe organ for the church. . Yorke Division, L. A., of San $1.00 Gray Bed Blankets; Rev. Patrick Brady, Dromahair, 66x80 Blankets Francisco, entortalned on Wednesday County iLeltrlm, who has passed 75o size G0x74; per pair AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. with an open meeting and country $5.50 away in his forty-fift- h year, was one EDW. A. AXMAN store. $1.25 Tan Bed Blankets size HOME PHONE CITY 3238 DAN J. HENNESSY of the most amiable and popular 89c A complete line of C6x80; per pair Following the Dublin convention priests in the diocese of Kllmore. Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. $1.75 Tan Bed Blankets; Blankets, including white the work of organization was taken Timely Record of Some MemorThe Rev. iM. Blakely, Castlerea, up earnestly 1n many counties, in size 72x80; per pair.'. . .$1.25 and plaid; size 66x80, at and the Rev. D. (Donovan, IBallyraoe, able Events in the Catholic Ireland. have loft for missionary work in $2.00 White, Gray or Tan reduced price of $5.50 History of America. The benefit given by the HiberniMelbourne, Australia. Both young extra Bed Blankets; ans of Kingston, N. Y., for the Homo priests were ordained a few months 72x84 heavy; size 74x80; largest lankets of the Holy Childhood was a proago. .SLdO -- " nounced success. size, each $5.75 By James A. Rooney, ILL. D. Patrick O'Neill, manager of the sev- November 14, 1841 Six candidates Society, Armagh, has 'Church of St. 425 W. Jefferson Street eral applications Initiated and UPSTAIRS STORE. received marked x88 Jacquard Blankets A large assortment of Vincent do Paul, iBaltlmore, dedi- been presented by the employes of the last meeting of Ladies' Auxiliary Blankets; size 72x cated by the Right Rev. John J. me iirm wnn, a costly sliver ra Baby Blankets GO at Bridgeport, Conn. of hlr ' xar- IChanche, IBishop of 'Natchez, and bowl on the occasion 84; up from $5.75 occupied by the congregation of St. rlage. Magnificent public demonstrations ' Teddy Bear and Bunny Baby Jacquard Robe Blankets; 1 in 'the North and West of Ireland Miss Edith BW23aaughter of J. James' church, which was transGood Coffee Morning Necessity Blankets, in pink, blue and size 75x88, including ropes and Byrne, iH&STdo iHouse, Wicklow, have attracted large numbers of now ferred to tbe Germans. frogs, in plaids, stripes, etc., krinkle down wool members to the divisions. November 15, 1846 St. Anne's wJl5- - professed nun of the order of You'll find that Mulloy's Coffee Is JUST what you want whilo they last 39c Blankets for. . . 25c Division 2 of Utlca enjoyed a fine church. Port Richmond. Phlladr?: Irish Sisters of Charity in tho Mount phia, dedicated by thnYery Rev Ist- An"o Convent, Miltown, County repast following Its last meeting, 75c Blankets for. . . 69c $2.25 values $1.69 2 1.2 lbs. Now Blend Coffee with X when a large class was obligated and F. X. Gartland'' afterward Dublin. $1.00 Blankets for. . . 79c $2.50 values...' $1.89 $ several applications received. Special Itebnte Tiokct, fiood for lOo of i.rsi unBuop-The death of the Rev. M. TJ. Savannah, (Bishop $ , $2.75 $3.50 values $1.50 Blankets for. . .$1.25 iu uuuu Hughes., ui iu' IT 1. iireucuiiJK i iuuoioiouu, iLmguu, ih mucu Tegrenea i, ... ll.-The question of amusements duriuik, l"o Sermon. ing the winter "months is important. He was Iborn in the parish of Tlio Mulloy man is in your neighborhood This is a matter that should receive years overaber 1G, 1818 St. Louis Latin Dromard about thirty-eigevery week Phone us and have hiru call. the attention of every division. me interment iook piace at i We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates Acaaemy, et. Liouis, opened by tho "soLong Island City Hibernlans'j Rev. Francois Nell under tho the family cemetery at Moyne, & fr !' $ 4ft"t arranging a great reception Sot Nadirection of tho Right Rev. ILoUls Two farms belonging to Mrs. W. MARKET ST. BOTH PHONES 1323.-21William DuBourg; opened as St. Campbell, Cloncoose, were put up tional President McLaughlig'anfl the Louis College in the fall of 1820; for auction at tho SLongford Court New York state omcejs'Sn December 44&&S$G&$SQ4&$4 to the Jesuits by. House. The highest bidder was 15 transferred ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account s Bishop Rosatl, iNovember, 1829; Solicitor Kenny, who offered Divisions vom Turners Falls, with this safe, conservative, f Greenfield $G,000. pd shadburne Falls at- chartered as St. Louis University, j $4,750. The second farm brought Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more December 28, 1832, tended thff TrfuHea' Auxiliary Conntv at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 At a poorly attended recruiting Board Mneetlng at Northampton, November 17, 1799 The (Rev. Peter Helbron, O. M. Cap,, arrived at meeting in 'Westport, William Doris, " Mass-- 1 per cent. No cost to you whatever. Sportsmans' Hall near Greens-bur- M. P., was one of the speakers. The The same courteous attention given the membership campaign of Di !! i'ho Westmoreland county, Pa., result of the meeting, like that of IJC vision 2 of Syracuse added twenty- depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. which ho renamed Clear Springs; every other meeting held In the four names to the roll at last week's o built the first church In the set- West, was that not one recruit was meeting and brought iu fourteen We're Prepared to Do It Pro mptly tlement and ministered to tho secured. additional applications. Genman Catholics until his death o The Clonmel Corporation has tfa-Second and Market Under the Big Clock yarJUagirCIass Style 1 and the Ladies' AuxilDivision in 181C. as Councillor State Government Supervision. iary of Worcester have engaged in a November 18, J 88,3 Church of St. Alderman' in the D. IF. O'Connorlate room of his membership contest, which .will end 'Benedict the ',lMoor, Bleecker father. The following were with a dinner and theater party in street, New York City, dedicated as Councillors .to fill vacancies Boston. Each organization agrees to the first church for colored Cath- - caused by death: "William Blake, secure members for the other. ollcs; the Rev. John E. Burke, James Lonergan and John Dalton The Omaha Letter Carriers' band, first pastor; was formerly an old The doath has taken place of the forty strong, serenaded William Universalist church. octogenarian, "King" John, of Innls-keManor last week. He is President November 19, 185D Death of tho South Island. Ho was born In of the Omaha Hibernians and was Right Rev. John Barry, second Connemara, settled and married in Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, elected a member of the Letter CariBishop of Savannah, in tho Con- Inniskea, and succeeded to tho riers' Nalonal Executive Board. vent of the Brothers of St. John Inniskea throne on tho death of the Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. of God, Paris; born in County last of the Keane or Cain dynasty. Wexford, Ireland; ordained in MEANS JIM CROW LAW. Dance and Wedding Invitations Sincere regret is felt in Dundalk Charleston, S. C September 24, at. the death of iHonry O'Connoll, a Specialty. 1825; consecrated in Baltimore, Earl street, one of tho most promA negro dressed in the uniform of August 2, 1857. a United States soldier, by mean's of inent business men in the town. He Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of PHONE 946. HOME legal threats, compelled tho manager November 20, 1G65 Tho Rev. Euse-blu- s was connected with all tho local trading stamps, r many other useful articles carried of a restaurant for white patrons to Kuhn, S. J., admitted into charitable organizations, and for serve him in a local restaurant here the Society of Jesus; born in many years had been Chairman of ? in our premium rooms. Monday evening, causing the whito 'Trent, Austria, August 10, 1644; the Urban Council. He was aged KENTUCKY-IRIStMWVWMMWMVHVtVVWMUVmwvWWHHWWWMWWWw appointed missionary to California seventy-fivpeople present to leave in a body. and reached Mexico in 1681; In East Orange, N. J., Robert A. GRICJEBISr STRBBT. QIO traveled 20,000 miles and bapGOOD NEWS. Travis, a negro leader, advised the WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS tized 40,000 Indians; explored 7negroes to start a riot because of the Arizona and discovSonora and drawing of the color line in the leadThe news that the Gallasher ered the mouth of the Colorado Company, of Belfast, Ireland, will be ing theater of that place. All of Sfe Magdalena, river; died at this is caused by the tactics of the in the Kentucky market this fall will March 15, 17U1 Louisville Herald, which in tho rebe hailed with delight by tobacco cent campaign published a lot of growers in Henderson, Union and WELCOME FATflER DONOHOE negroes being debuncombe about Webster counties, as growers have prived of their votes, etc. This will consMerably alarmed for sev- Rev. Father Eugene P, Donohoe keen only lead to a passage of the Jim urui JLaclies'JSult.s Cleaned and Pressed $1.00 new pastor of St. Paul's church, year'sluuiuua uvoi uic oaic ui of hud Crow laws on street cars and a more the crop. The continuation the Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned and Pressed l.OO strict Interpretation of the segregamany In- s,,n,inv. Mia European war has affected ii Vi,. mn tion laws. T !v , Gentlemen's Palm Bench Suits Cleaned and Pressed. . .COc The most popular cooking device in sermons and the outline of his work Pf" Gentlemen's Suits Sponged and Pressed who are represented 25c greatly pleased his hearers, who are ,,,. rOLICE CHANGES. the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, i,mw ww fm .m.0vuv nfl tllPlr .Infnrl nTAV ll d fl Tn buyers of dark tobacco in this State bakes perfectly and consumes the least Several members of the police pastor. except the Imperial Tobacco Comforce will soon be retired and placed possible amount of gas. pany, which haB not been In the TRINITY COUNCIL. on the pension list, among them Kentucky market for two years. Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. It is made to last. Capt. Adams. There is a "widespread meeting of Trinity Council, Tho feeling that Lieut. iPulford, who has POPE ABSOLUTELY NEUTRAL. a splendid record, should be pro- Y. M. I., was well attended last moted to the vacancy. There are mmeTreportel' ' Official denial in the Osservatore there would be a rumors that Capt. Ludwlck will also Monslgnor Marchetti, be retired and that Lieut. Ira Hutch- meeting Sunday afternoon at 3:30 Romano that 215 WEST MARKET STREET. would for the committee and ladles who (Papal Delegate to Switzerland, had inson will succeed him. This o leave two Lieutenants' places vacant, will have charge of the carnival, met Prince von Buelow, former Athletic Committee also report- - man Chancellor, to discuss peace and for these Sergeants John M. Soma, City UlOl Cnmb. South OGG-Maloney, Thomas Fitzglbbons, John ed that the junior class is well pat- - negotiations, has been supplemented M. Ridge aud Patrick 0'iHearn aro ronlzed every Friday afternoon and in Vatican quarters with the state all mentioned. Uniforms for both that good Tesults were coming from ment that such reports tend to mis & lead the public concerning the real the police and firemen are now being sarqe. distributed by the iKennedy-Coad- y Next Monday evening there will be attitude of the Holy Bee, which INCORPORATED. Company, 631 West Walnut. a complimentary prize basket ball leaves the episcopacy and clergy In country entirely game in the now gymnasium, and the each belligerent feelTURKEYS GALORE. Quality JelKco Coal. members and their friends aro in- free to manifest their patriotic hand, vited to attend. Wm. J. Sandman, ings. The Pope, on the other Turkeys and plenty of them will of the Literary Committee, read a is absolutely neutral. He sides with Office- - and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue be the feature at the euchre and paper on "Tine Progress of the Cath neither grouD of belligerents, it is lotto to be given under the auspices olic Church," which was written by asserted, and is anxious only to of the St. Louis Church Debt and a and it was quite in-- 1 diminish the horrors of war by Buildinc Fund at iBertrand Hall, teresting. The Membership Commit-- , hastening in every possible way the Tuesday afternoon and evening, No- tee reported that progress wad be vuuviuo.u,. v. vember 23. The Committee of ing made with the work of their BISHOP'S FINE PRESENT. have already placed an committee, which been shown sixty turkeys with tho In- by applications for has order for membership beAt the banquet at the Brown tention of securing more if needed on ing received every Monday evening. Palace In Denver which closed the 1 1 H .M tho evening of the affair. As a speM"I"M"Ht-t"H"M 4 1 1 IU II 1 1 M"I"H"Hcial inducement turkeys will bo ofcelebration of the consecration of ALUMNAE EUOnRE. HHfr&fe&HjH M. J. BANH9N, LAWRENCE P. BANNOH, JR., J. VEEN EM AN. fered for euchre and lotto prizes Bishop Schuler, Father Edward J. Pre, t Up. VIh ttu. & Treat. Secretary. both afternoon and evening. Tho Holy Rosary Alumnaf will Barry, pastor of the Immaculate 713-71- 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET " J. entertain with a euchro and f jtto at Conception parish of .El Paso, (Texas, TbfeMM-CM- b., S. 299x. Kern, CHy 2398. SACRED CONCERT. the new home of the Domlnitan Sis- presented the new Bishop with a ' ters, northeast corner Fourh and check for $58,000 from tho parishThe first eacred concert of the New Park avenue, next Friday afternoon ioners of the city of El Paso. Tho Club will bo and evening. Albany Catholic Choral Tho youngladles in money was raised by public subgiven at St. Mary's church next charge have secured manwnovel and scription through the efforts of Sewer and Calvert Pipe, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of Wednesday night. The organization, handaome prizes to be dlar.osed of on Father Barry and will be used toward Uansea's Patent Lidded Pine fer Steaan Cessans, which was organised in July, in- that occasion. Those atending will a new Cathedral. In accepting the Wall Ceplntf, Drain Tile, Titrifea Irkk, X cludes the best Catholic talent In the also have an opportunity to inspect gift Bishop Schuler said: "I did not Firs FrsoSBg, Flae Lining, Fire SricS city under the leadership of Prof. the new home of JHolyiftosary Acad want to be Bishop. Was satisfied Crate and Beiler Tile, Greand Fire Clay, Caiaraejr fe$. John B. Hoffman, organist at St. emy. to be the humble priest that I was. club Mary's church. The choral f shall go to my Jiew post filled with 9 Exlra Pale Lager OFFICE 526 WEST JEFFERSON orohea-tr- a Peerless Common numbers fifty voleos and the WHERE THBT MARRY. ambition and encouragement, eni composed of fifteen places. Mies couraged by both the people of HOME PHONteS CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. the Wyoming has a smallest pro- - Denver and those of ffl Paso, who 4-Due to the creat dsmand we are now BOTTLING' COMMON, Hilda Dettllngw will be Prof. accomBruno oortkm of unmarrl panist at the organ and women to Ite have so generously subscribed the WORKS 13th Md Break, and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9tk 4 ittk. X sod if you have tried the rest set ttfe BEST. Wetoert wilt be the violin aololat. ooDulatton of any State in the substantial amount which Father 1 1 i i I II 1 1 1 IM 69. I III II I M It 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 IM 58 ami W. 1 Barry has just presented to me." event will go to Union. Horn Shawn Proceed front, tho PHONES A sj EEl SBIEPft WITHOUT The death of the Rev. John Termon, is much regretted. He was a staunch advocate of the Irish language and native Industries. Tho new church at Maudabawn was dedicated by Most Rev. Dr. Finegan, who praised the beauty of the new edifice and Its commodlbus-nesMc-Nult- Crogue, succumbed to his Injuries. y, Every One New and Perfect!! Just the Thing Nights. All-WooI I f All-wo- ol Ail-Wo- ol All-wo- ol Hennessy Axman All-Wes- POPULAR PRICE TAILORS a f All-wo- ol e$3$KSJ$S3S . flE. nflR - S-.- 'l XT l IT I t WMuw JOHN M. MXJXvIyO Y 2 ht - '$! Sixty-one-year-o- ld ! I , WEWANTYOURWORK y y g, 4 German Insurance BanK I PRINTING H ed a, Tip Top100$ Pure. Bread Guaranteed AMERICAN e. WEST - quick: meal GAS RANGE Y J I THE MASTER CLEANER AND DYER . w 1 OT1 1. aLers b"ra " " .Hll-uuwi- Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. BE SURE TO CALL FOR GEHER & SON LANNING COAL CO. I Ger-Th- DOUGHERTY McRENNA Best Pittsburg and WHISKY. 1 H-fr- M DR. J.?K'4'l T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. IT IS ALWAYS PU RE. non-Cathol- ic, u... i H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. t M f J 4,A.-4-4'Mfll''M''K""f- r P. BANNON PIPE CO. FALL, CITY BEER Cumbrld Wst T. 4 $73-178- 6. P i j.- - 'H 1 KZEKTOrXJOKr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. CELEBRATED EXTRA BRAT WURST Incorporated GEIGER STREET Borne Phone 1802 and 377 Cumb. Phone Main ASK TOUR BSSAXEB ?OB XT. ENGRAVERS 923 XiISH A. -- &JMCERXO-SUXT. r FIREBRAND. The Innocent Little Plan of the rnn-Protosta- SOCIETY DIRECTORY. 0. H. SLANDERER Called Upon to Make Good the Charges. Made in Owen County. Tells Weird Tale of a Priest "Who RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN. Congress Exposed. SHALE BRICK MADE BY DIVISION 1. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder-kran- z Hall, Sixth and Walnut. WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS H. P. BOBJTWASBER 00. 377 Clay Products Co. , are the BEST BRICK MADE IN JBFFERSON COUNTY Saleg Office; 1010 Inter-SontBldg. h. Coral Ridge Nothing More Nor Less Tlinn Clancy. Recording Secretary Daniel ft Purely Proselytizing Carthy. Scheme. piscopnliun Members of Board of Missions Resign From 4 Financial Vice President President Mark Ryan. William Cushlng. Secretary Edward Mc- SOMETHING NEW (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Heating 2525 West Walnut Street Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Home Phone Shawnee 172J Thomas Keenan. Thomas Tarpy. Demanded Exorbitant Fees. PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home 'Phone Shawneo 198C ARTHUR A. WILL J. BROWNFIELD & CO. Steam and Hot Water Heating 111 N. THIRD STREET Home Phono 784 C Cumb. M. 1592 THOS. I. BOHLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF y, ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS PIANO PLAYERS ELECTROTYPERS Modern Tlayer Built in "., Own Piano, Louisville, Ky Pianos and Piano riayers Repaired. ad Tuned. 896 W. Mala St., 1000-100- 8 "West Walnut, Louisville Home Phone City 5674 P. 1. BURKS & COMPANY (INCORPORATED.) ' Action. "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddle in the Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) HORNUNG 2121 Osage Avenue GUARANTEED $2.00 PIANO TUNING 52.00 Keaney. REAL PURPOSE OF THE MEETING a. Meets First Wednesday Llederkranz Offers Gross Offense to Good Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Sense and Intelligence of President Joseph Lynch. Baptists. Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. Recording Secretary John T. Secretary Edward J. IF Hel-lo- n. division J. BRODERICK 4392-- J BUILDER Montgomery Home PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGS Home Phono City Street 1010 Phone Shawnee WM. ISGRIGG 1000 Zano Street Home Phono 1191 Financial Kelran. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Hannan. John P. TRUE HE WILL ANSWER SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR Hollenbach's Wine Houie KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprietor L 822 Bast Main WVWWWVVVVWW . Importer and Dealer In On February 10 ofV nefct The Kentucky Irish American this WINES AND LIQUORS year a "Congress for Christian Work DIVISION 3. week received the following, which 144 South Third Street in Latin America', is to, be hold in Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hiber is published so that its readers may know the length to which unprin0 nian Home, Portland. CASKETS AND THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. the city of Panama. Tho. Protestant B. H. BUETER C. G. STIGLITZ & SONS cipled men will go to slander tho President John M. Maloney. denominations who .are conducting UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. INCORPORATED Catholic religion and its priesthood. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. VETERINARY SURGEON prozelytlzation work in the southern MANUFACTURERS Recording Distillers Of Secretary (Wholcsalo Only.) Thomas Fortunately tho number is small and HORSE SHOEING American countries with t'lie view of Intelligent Protestants will nnt h Kllleen. Louisville Made Furnaces OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH NATIONAL CASKET CO., winning these peoples from the Financial Secretary John J. Hea. deceived by them. Whenever the 11 SOUTH FIRST STREET "EOLLENBACH' PURE RYE Incorporated "Rev." Bell gives the name, place S. Ninth St. darkness of Romanism aro the sion. Jr. Homo Phone. City 2365 or time the Kentucky (Irish American Home Phone City 2542 TreasurerVD. J. Dougherty. Bleveatb, and Magazine Streets. 528 W. Main St. Louisville, Ky. sponsors for tho meeting. With the columns are open to him. Hero is Sergeant-at-Arm- s same beautiful spirit of ihnocenco Martin Kale tho Cumb. S. 981 Home, City 981 lotter: O. F. UENDElt which has marked their previous her. HOME KILLED MEATS Editor Kentucky Irish American: actiivities in Latin America, tho MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF Sentinel Thomas Noone. JERSEY DAIRY STATE PAIR MEAT MARKET BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Lockport, Ky., official call declares that "it shall 7, November 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET Ice Cream Manufacturer 1915 (Dear Sir: Some months ago be the purpose of tho (Panama ConA Pull Lino of Fancy Groceries DIVISION 4. CONFECTIONER AND CATERESS Special Prices to Churches and gress to Tecognize all the elements Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, you quoted the Western (Recorder to Fruit bake and Charlotte Russo Both Phones Weddings and Parties Given Picnics the effect that a Catholic priest 1104 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET of truth and goodness in any form Bortrand Hall, Sixth Street. Special Attention Both Phones Give Us An Order Bomewhere, apparently recently, had of religious faith. Its approach to President John H. Hennessy. Homo Phone, City 6574 First and College Streets Charles Wolf, Manager refused to visit a poor sick Catholic the people shall ho neither critical WE SEl3rf9ft8H . Vice President Thomas Lynch. unless the family of said Catholio nor antagonistic, but Inspired by the Financial Secretary ThomaB J. would pay the priest ?12. You Louis D. Condy teachings and example of Christ and S CO. Langan. wondered who the that charity which thinketh no evil kennedy-caIT5?--SQRecording Secretary John J. and what the nameauthor could bo Receivers and Shippers of nay and rejoiceth not in iniquity, but of the priest. Incorporated z Well, what I have to say "may throw Grain. Manufacturers of ejoicom m tno truth." And the Barry. Treasurer Pat Connelly. Poultry and Stock Feeds some light on the matter, as for inMEN'S FURNISHINGS i.. '"qon is extended to "all comSergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far- - stance: Last summer ono H. fil. Bell, UMSScPORaTED Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed munities or organizations which ac- rell. '631 WEST WALNUT STREET a (Baptist preacher of Louisville, cept Jesus TGtf'jviUas Divine Saviour Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Sentinel M. J. McDermott. was in Monterey, Owen county, help Homo Phone, City 7662 and Lord, and the tHor?. .Scriptures Incubators and Brooders ing in or carrying on a protracted of the Old and Now Testamel.WiB LOUISVILLE, ICY. LOUISVILLE, KY. meeting at the (Baptist church. One Y. Iff. I. the Revealed Word of God, anih 'v.-night he shocked his audience with wnose purpose is ito make tho will a tale a good deal like that you R. JEUNESSE MAOIQa COUNCIL, 205. of Christ prevail In (Latin America." f course, needless to say, the Meets Monday Evenings at Club quoted from the Western (Recorder, the only essential difference being in BUILDING CONTRACTOR "will of 'Christ" does not prevail in The Place Whero Old Clothes Are House, 344 North Twfcuty-slxttho amount wanted by the priest, Latin America, shackled as it is by Made to Look Like New." President John J. Lynn. ' Bell's talo fixing the sum ?25, the chains of the Roman monster. 810 YORK STREET W. which I might parentheticallyatopine First SPALDING DRY CLEANING OO Not at all surprising is it therefore Murphy. Vice President John jvas a rather exorbitant fee to de PHONES 1887. Phone South 1753 Louisville, Ky. to read that tho Catholic Bishop of Panama, when ho learned that ho P. Second Vice President Martin mand of a poor and practically Schadd. family. I might go moneyless President of tho iRepublic had Treasurer George J. Thornton. granted the use of the National farther a"fid remark that tho demand Financial Secretary A. C. Link. was foolislT ftwn a business viewI Theater to the "missionaries" issued Recording Secretary William Q. point, being hopelessly prohibitive, a pastoral letter forbidding his people under pain and would lead a "inking and - attending tho of mortal sin from Buckel. Marshal Harry Alberts. suspect that thoughtful person sessions of the conInside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. that priest was nottoso xfazy for gress. And yet the well known Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfeif-fe- r. money after all. Think oi it! A periodical, the Outlook, under the country doctor will go quite Z. disgentle guidance of the IRev. Lyman AL.S. SMITH, PROP. Executive Committee Frank G. tance for a feo of J1.50. and tare Abbot, fhlnks that this "lotter of the Bishop of Panama is both ig- Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank Bell presents us with a namelcs.l Goiler, norant and virulent." for "this con- Barry. A. W. Andrlot, John R. priest a ibloated moneybags of a gress, instead of being, sectarian or priest wlose salary, if he Is in luck, will be about ?50 a month, who will an invasion of another country for purpose of proselytlem, Is a broad, not move a foot for less than $25! FOR WOMAN'S EVE. IN ESF9BjaQME USE BOTH PHONES 810. generous, catholic attempt to cement So you believo that story? Does Skirts are wide and skirts are full. Bell believe that story? 1 credit still further the growing unity between Americans of all nations." There are few If any felts among both of. you with more sense. And Monterey? Not for a moment. The real "purposes 0f the meeting tho now hats. are better understood by other men Tho bustle, pannier and smooth ily Bell further stated that tho famand friends raised as much as conversant with affairs in the Latin hip aro mow permissible. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. d $17, but that American countries. It seems almost priest Fashion notes tho return of gay still was obdurate and would not go Impossible in fact that any intelligent person should imagine that a colors, mostly for wraps. unless the whole $25 was forthcomFor Ithe fall season skirts are to ing, cash in advance. Tho family HOMJE PHONE 88 gathering of Protestant missionCUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y bo almost uniformly short. INCORPORATED then sent for Bell, as ho tells it, and aries such as the present one should LOUISVILLE, KY. In evening gowns tho twilight he wont and, with mallco toward a PHONE CITY 859. be for tho disinterested "broad, generous, catholic" object that the Bhades are everywhere in evidence. great many and charity for none and Next to ribbons, beading is one of queer consolation for the sick and editor of the Outlook declares it to Home Phone 193 the most Important hat decorations. dying, "preached that priest's fu- Cumb. Phone West 191 be. Mr. 'Barrett, of the the: Union, has teen quoted as Chiffon Is bidding fair Ito rival neral," quoting 'Bell's words as given condemning ithe congress; and the velvet and silk for tho midwinter to me by a member of that church, and who was present when Bell told determination on the part of a fac- - frocks. tion in tho Episcopalian church to streot wear braiding is about the malicious but s6nseless talo. For j send a delegation to the meeting has This summer at Gratz, in Owen the most popular trimming, perhaps county, Mr. Bell again reeled off his caused a split in that body. These fur excepted. INCORPORATED prize yarn, fixing tho price the priest men realize what the result of tho For congress will be. fllr. .Barrett thinks leaningstreet suitsMhere is a decided demanded tho same as that at 'the darker and the more Monterey last summer, but $13 more it will injure our trade by the somher to shades. C than given in the Western Recorder. antagonisms it will ' create. The The iblazer idea is being carried Mr. Bell certainly offers gross ofEpiscopalian members of tho Board of Missions who resigned because of out in the employment of stripes In fense to the good sense and intelligence of the 'Baptists in and around Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, exclieatamn the action of their organization in woolen goods for winter. ns ooiip Xjoujpjo am joj spoo3 Gratz and Monterey. T lived among the itnatter, particularly the Bishop 9 GRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. )som jnoj sq; oju ueeioAjoA the Monterey people for more than of Fond du Lac, declare It to bo a pasn pUtf J0AI9A '03.138 pUB tUOppnOJfl' "congress which has for its purpose twelve years and found them at all 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Throughout tthe entire gamut that times d and the evangelizing of Roman Catholic FRANK In conclusion, Mr. Bell, so far as JOHN countries" and designate it "as a the hails run the Louis Phillips, tho firebrand," coming "into the tenta- turban, the sailor and the tricorner I can learn, never has given the name of the priest, tho. place or the tive negotiations toward closer har- predominate over the, others. mony between tho various branches time. Ho may have done so, tout I SOMETIHNG TO REMEMHER. have not heard of it. He rememof Christianity." bers so well all the little details of xHo;iNriSs. The fact of tho matter is that thiB That only ten men in 100 have a the caso that I'm sure ho will not 'Congress Is nothing X Cumb. Main 2908-- a Home City 2008 forget tho names I want, that is more nor less than one of those competency for old age. That $1 in cash Is equal to ?2 in the name of the priest, the name of peculiar, hypocritical schemes which ! 11! H-MWW1"1"W"H-I"the place and the time. (By all Protestant evangelists and mission- property if a man dies In debt. 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 That from youth to old age is but means let us have the time. As aries in South America have heen "As Ner to You as tbe Nearest Phone' concocting for many years. It Is an a span. What is done must be done nearly everyone with whom I have TELEPHONE 2W LOmSVILIiEJ. discussed this case seema to doubt evangelization pure and quickly. effort Oar Special $3.00 Spray slmplo for 1 per cent, of estho truth of Mr. Bell's story, it is That less than carried on under the gulso of he should more closely but reach of Oar Special $5.00 Wreath the American uniting tbe peoples of tatestestator. or maintain the value of this fair to him that prove his havo First Communion Books case. opportunity to continentstho and studying conditions in Iiatln AmerThat in the onward march of civ- If he is tolling a true story he will The largest values in FuneROSARIES ica. It is encouraging to know that ilization life insurance has been n quickly grasp this chance; if not, of ral Flowers ever offered in course he will say nothing. I want all ministers and lay- mighty force. LonUvlile. SCAPULAR MEDALS Yours men Jiave not been deceived as to That statistics show us that only (he names and the time. For prompt delivery call 223 RICHARD dHBARN. the real objects of this assemblage. four men in one hundred are suc- truly, both phones. See oar bcw book, ''How to Get . That some have lent their voice and cessful through life. Ma.ried." support to it is not a very favorable NEVER FAILS. That age is a factor in life InEvery Devotional Article here. reflection upon their 'mental acumen surance, and it costs more to insure or their moral standards. No trouble to liow good. Hot onions, according to a French tho old man than the young. C. B. of C. V. That opportunity knocks at least physician, are said to bo a sure cure xumurticD tan Markers and Mausoleums. once at every man's door. If not for pneumonia. Tho remedy i3 aa Rogers Church Goods Co. 1 nOWE&SHGP WATER AND WOMEN. bidden to enter, it may return no follows: Take six or ten onions, acr fcurth Avenue loulrvffle. Send for our illustrated designs cording to size, and chop fine; put in 129 S. FOURTH AVE. more. and prices. Water is a panacea for more That life insurance educates more a largo pan over a fire, then add tho 'Flpwers telegraphed everywhere " human ills than any other known children, saves more homes, keeps 6ame quantity of rye meal and vino- - Holiday Gifts Reserved on Fart 'Large and new stock to select agent. The eternal internal and ex- caro from ploughing Its furrowB in gar enough to make a thick paste. Payment. from, all high class work. simStir it thoroughly, letting ternal use of water will keep you tho faces of moro widows than any mer for five or ten minutes. it Then 3HC 3LV healthy, clean and strong, at will othor institution known to civiliza- nut in a cotton bag largo enough to New Muldoon Monument Co. Fifth make you beautiful! For beauty tion; 551 S. Shelby. Near Ghestnat Tfiat it is the duty of every son cover the lungs, and apply to chest and a clean, slrong, healthy 'body as 652 South Third St. are synonymous. Half the bad com- and father to safeguard tho welfare as hot ten tho patient can bear. In DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY minutes apply another. plexions and sallow skins and dull of those dependent upon them, and about continue by reheating the Everything guaranteed Watch and eyes and'logy bodies are duo to ab- this can best be done by at onco be- and thus poultices, and the solute ignorance of it ho value of coming a member of ono of our patient will bo in a offew hours This jewelry repairing a specialty. danger. out socle-tieex- Catholic fraternal Insurance internally water used and hoae rates are such that all simple remedy has never failed to ternally. Water acts to dilute your cure this often fatal remedy. Usually Schneider's Meat Market foods so that they can bo absorbed can meht. three or four applications will bo Funeral Directors from lihe digestive traot. Its pressufficient. 440 SOUTH FIFTH ST. ence in the blood is essential both to HE DEAD nORSE. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT carry foods to ithe tissues and to The saiart traveling man stood on Oppotlte the Cathedral. and Embaimers. LINCOLN STATUE. convey the waste matter away from a corner n the little country villaee Choice Beef, Vaal. Lamb, Mutton. the tissues. The internal use of at dusk. Vie was looking for amuse I if VlV .1 i Andrew OlConnor, of Massachu- - Hams. Hason, Fork, Lard, Sangags. water ia absolutely necessary to ment, anduhe first, object that at I1WITIB Tefoaheaa lei.?. ,keep clean and froa from impurities iractea ms attention was an over- - setts, has been selected by tho Telephone City 2241. the mucous membrane lining the grown boy, erhaps fifteen years of no,s state Art Commission to make thirty feet of digestive canal and age, riding aMiorse that might haye the $200,000 Lincoln statue to he Wve yew keys aa MimHm that will yrspars tans for Uf. erected on the State House grounds. the tubules ot the kidneys. (The in- come out 01 tie ark, 'IHello, sonnV!" shouted the sales ternal use of water is more neecs- sary than the external use to keep man. ''How kAig has that horse 5T. XAVIER'S COLLEGh DEATn TO MOOTS. the skin in a healthy condition, ft been dead? To destroy moths in carpets or FIFTY MILKS improves the quality of Ithe blood Quick as a flisfc th boy replied, curtains spread a damp eloth over Oen4teUd by the Xaverlu Brothsra by eliminating waste products. The "Three days, buV you're the .first the part and iron tillt dry with a hot aaa Jteala.M MMMM From ieep water to deep water activity of the kidneys is increased. buaaard that h&f botked X." OWmiL Pi iron. The steam will deetroy any NORTON BUILDING the Panama canal la just fifty miles And these are two vital foress In the Tbe (travellnr ( man moved on Jto Mfgs, and the moths will not attack All the late m StylM mad $h in length. making of a beautiful womr.. i the place the noUl. N.W. Ctrncr Fourth and ktttrs again. fepad hen ftt'rMNaable prtMs. i REPAIRING Phone Shawneo 1253 toO 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawneo 1383-- L. 1818-182- G 210-22- 2 - TJyjs-JllKenn- RITTER-IIENNING- w Shur-Ploe- m; PRANK FEHR BREWING Ca , "- -. h. 1 A' ! 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