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PRICE FIVE CENTS. bo a common man, unknown, perhaps; but with a knowledge that the duties that have lain before him sentative, tho writer of the article. have been done?" "What qualities, Cardinal Gibbons, do you consider most desirable In a boy? What qualities Cardinal Gibbons Points Out show him to havo real promise for HerCelebration Being Planned by the Editor Defines the future?" esy Is Stricken hy ConverQualities That Make Him Louisville Democratic OrMovement in persever"Faithfulness, plodding Cntholic FATHER EUGENE CRANE. Manly. At sions to Faith. ance, persistence in doing whatever ganizations. America. Is set for him to do. These things Fake Letter Published in Menace Widespread and sincoro grief perwill gain him success where genius Involving Catholic Order vaded tho Louisville diocese when at would fall unless it is that sort of j Things That Will Gain Success genius which is nothing more than Four More Prominent Episcopal was ,u jl. uiuimt rt Designates Leaders as an Aggre- the masses announcement and mado Many Deterred by tho Awful Fizinfinite hard work. That is the best that a devoted, zealous Clergymen Received Into Where Genius Would zle in Exorcises of Four genius hard, steady, careful work gation of Benedict priest, Rov. Father Eugene Fail. tho Church. It is the real genius. Ago. Years Crane, had given back his pure soul Arnolds. "I wish every boy could under-stan- d Into tho hands ot its Maker in St. Short of Imaginative' Material that. I wish every boy could Louis, where he had gone for treatWith Which to Kgalolg- know that success does not mean ment and had been a patient sufThe Boy Who Concentrates His fame or wealth, or that the world Queer Actions and Threats Made nornnt Readers. "Whole Movement Rests Upon ferer for some time past. The sad Selection of Pcarce as Kacing should set to talking about you. J Rev. was 'first received by hy English Bishops in news Effort Is On Surest Secretary Given For Demowish every boy could know, and beFoundation of Folly and Father Dominlck Crane, chaplain of lieve, that the way to success is by France. Itoad. cratic Disaffection. .1. Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, In Falsehood. plodding effort. One plodding, hardOnly the Old, Old Gamo of Unhid a telegram announcing the death on working, faithful boy Is worth to the Saturday. The remains arrived here Sheet Played, Over world much more than tho boy with' Monday, and on Wednesday morning Aguin. MOST IMPORTANT IN THE WORLD flashes of genius. Tho boy who will THE POPE IS GRATEFUL TO SPAIN was held from the Cathe- P0L1TICALAPP0INTMENTRUM0KS plod, plod, plod, who will concenAMEND NATIONAL DECLARATION the funeral dral, attended by brother priests trate his effort, Is on the surest road and lay friends from all parts of to success." Kentucky. Father Crane was a A VFRY miMKY PlffF' flF WflfiK At Baltimore an old man boarded I rose to go. The 'Cardinal exWriting to tho Morning Star from u i i " native of Louisville and since his numi tended his hand again. "I'm glad," 1UU lUUUfiUliM HUH Ul ilBUlUUlUHV C. A. Windle, the famous lec- ordination was known as a great the train. As he walked slowly, very he said, "very glad, to be able to; London a correspondent says tho very Governor-eleA. ,0. Stanley is now Iconoturer and editor of iDrann's educator. Years ago ho taught in engrossing the attention of all slowly, down the aisle, heads turned talk a little to all of your boys. . . . fever of Protestant hatred against the church varied by imitation of clast, who has made a study of the tho old St. Thomas School of this Democrats, ana ivranKiort on ve- For 80mo time has that estimable to follow his progress and people A. P. A. movement ifrom its infancy, city. Later he was an instructor at cember 7 is sure to have the biggest journal, He smiled again that shrewd, her, and continual conversions to tho the Menace, been leading a touched each other and whispered. writes tho following in his latest St. Joseph's College at Bardstown, gathering in its history, as Demo quiet and subdued existence. Its As the old man passed, it could be humorous, wise, kindly, lovable true faith, shows that tho hour has struck for tho old heresy issue, entitled "The Fallacies of and his last activo work was as a cratic clubs and organizations from busy news manufacturers for a seen that under his tall silk hat ho smile. wish, member o ftho faculty of St. Mary's different parts of the Stato aro season evidently A. P. Aism:" sir," I said, "that tho which has gradually lost its grip on "I ran short of Imag- wore something not usually worn by tho people. Within thb past fortA. P. Aism is a heritage of the College In Bardstown. Fathor Crane nlnnnlncr fo run nnnt'lnl tralnn to the inative material with which to old gentlemen riding on trains, for boys could hear you say it, and seo past. This poisonous plant is a pro- was without doubt one of tho most capital on that date. Louisville's regale their readers. Their terrible showing below tho rim of the hat was you smile while you are saying it." night four prominent clergymen, two from Leeds, ono from Bristol and duct of prejudice and fear. It is so popular priests in tho Louisville part in the celebration was outlined broadside against Ronio had seem- a line of vivid scarlet. "I wish, so, too," he said. ono from London churches, have been foreign to our climate of tolerance, diocese, and only a few weeks ago by the 'Moso Green Club at Lieder-kran- z ingly dwindled to the j fizzle fireThe porter, more than ordinarily received into tho church at Downside of having so out of harmony with this mar- had tho gratification CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. Hall Wednesday evening, tho i crackers that refuse to explode. solicitous, assisted tho old gentleAbbey. Their names are C. Farrar, velous age of flying machines and served fifty years at tho altar. His meeting being addressed by Mayor Certainly it was time to do some- man into his chair. Then tho old Governor-elewireless communication, that it can life had been devoted to the educa- John H. iBuschemeyer, The regular monthly meeting of W. Moor, R. Phillips and J, Brown, thing to stir up their followers, who gentleman removed not flourish except in tho soil of tion of the youth of the South, with Stanley, Judge Samuel B. had acquired an ever unsatisfied was wearing a tiny,his hat and ho tho Central Committee, Catholic and all of them, being young and unround scarlet Knights of America, was full of in- married, Intend to study for the misinformation and not then unless whom many happy years were Kirby, IGen. Wu B. Haldeman, John appetito for lurid and yiclous litera- capl cultivated by professional agitators passed. Fathor Crane is remembered ' jr Barry and others. terest for the many delegates pres- priesthood. Tho fury of Protestant-Isture. And of course for the Menace Now are only at these events is Bhown In and irrigated by the bitter waters of for his enthusiastic zeal and for his it has been suggested by many to have to do something, no matter among there hundred three men ent. President Ben Kruso occupied all tho million of recruiting posters, inhatred and passion. Its fruit ripens cheerful disposition. Tho people local Democrats who participated in how low or unmanly lit imjght be, Inhabitants in the United States who the chair and decided several knotty pamphlets regarding the atonly when (touched by the wand of here and elsewhero who benefited by tho Inauguration of Gov. McCreary meant Rethat it would be done. The aro permitted to wear such a cap. It questions most satisfactorily.revival solent of tho Pope, actually distitude bigotry, but finds ready sale in the his ministry and teaching will not four years ago that steps should bo ports of hranches showed a of the of honor, of fprts of credulity. Its roots strike forget to pray for his roul. May ho taken to insure hotter railroad circulation odds. sheet must bo kept is a markposition the distinction, of of interest in the work of the order, tributed outside of Catholic churches, up at any badgo of a exalted and attacks upon tho Holy Father deeply into the proposition, that rest in peae comwhich resolutions laciiiues tnan in lyii, wnicn were In tho Jsguo of NoVember C we see Cardinal of the Catholic church. Tho after ' unless you believe as I do, you mendatory of the Supreme officers and the Jesuits mado by such perlO uegm Willi, TUO wlinf Uiuescnuauie. wnn Mint Mm ,Tonnnn An- - old gentleman was His Eminence were adopted by unanimous vote. sons as Kenrlt. But a few moro must be either a fool, a traitor to local Democratic organizations went cided to do. "Tho Roman Catholic ACCIDENT. DEPLORABLE James Cardinal jour country or a criminal." Once to a lot of trouble and expense in Political Machine Is Here Nailed to of Baltimore. Gibbons, Archbishop Chairman Eugene McCarthy out- soilous, because a subtle and even obsessed with this idea, it follows as lined tho programme for tho less honest method of mischief-makinWidespread sorrow was caused securing bands, uniforms, etc. The Cross Unmistakably" runs tho Cardinal Gibbons settled his spare a matter of course that no "fool, by the unfortunate automobile ac- train was two hours late in leaving tho has been to warning headlines. Then follow frame comfortably and opened his women's meeting21, be held on Sun- estant Bishops adopted by two Protbo traitor or criminal" should who recontly visited at 3 o'clock at afternoon when for some still unknown cause, ar Bome quite convincing exhibits in newspaper jUBt like any ordinary day, November cident Monday patronized in business, honored in James J. Burke, a local fireman, riving at Frankfort too late to take tho 0,nn0 nt fnr.0tm4m w-- a tho ostensibly U see ref traveler. Above the top of his chair the Knights of Columbus Hall, when afterWestern front, welfare of British society or elected to any public loat his life and Dr. John T. Chawk Part in the inauguration ceremonies. ported to be sent out by Catholic tho spiritual the lady members of the order and showed that flash of scarlet, arousoffice. organizations or alleged Catholic ing curiosity. What sort of man their friends will endeavor to or- soldiers. These gentry represented and Morgan Deianey were badly in- - However, the entire lLouisviiio The whole A. P. A. movement for themselves to the Archbishop of advising The accident occurred on gation marched through the streets organizations political was this James Cardinal Gibbons? ganize a branch exclusively rests upon this foundation of folly the Eighteenth-streroad, near St. of Frankfort to tha Capitol action among their members con- How did his jvoIco sound? What did women. The committee 'having this Rouen and the Bishop of Arras as and falsehood. Watson, Walker, and was caused by the re- - Ins, where they were met by no one vincing exhibits, Is, until they his smile look like? What would in charge and members invite all English Catholic Bishops, and then Crowley, Seguin, ot al., have planted fusal of a farmer to turn out from and welcomed hy none, and to add are investigated. that lady acquaintances to this held up the words and hospitality of Among these ex- ho say if addressed? upon its rot It was a their their mudgun batteries meeting and will present a pro- tho French prelates, offered under the Insult to injury were reviewed by of the ana over it nutters uiu tho middle to pass. road to allow the some of the HalyJBeckham favorites hibits is a letter ascribed to the curiosity that would be shared by gramme that will be entertaining. tho impression that they were brothten ramparts Or. Chawk, State Secretary's office of the every boy i America if ho could sit and automobile black flags of filth, President Kruso announced that the ers in religion, as evidence that the driver of the car, attempted to pass from 'Louisville, who stood in the Ohio Stato Council of the Knights of In that car .and watch. moveSo I annual election of officers would be differences between slander. Tho leaders of tho safely but places of honor and sneered at the Columbus on a letter-hea- d the Catholic and would have made it of that decided to !lnd out for him. d ment tho captains, colonels and for one of the front tires being men whose work had been at the December meeting, when church organization. This letter, dated The port ;r carried my card to His held Entertainment Committee would schism and their own particular generals are making it pay. But in electing the Democratic February 23, 1915, runs as follows: had off on the sharp edgo of tho mental Eminence; returned Immediately, the an agreeable surprise for tho worse still, practically disappeared! to do this they must attack the road. causinK the automobile to skid ticket. Incidentally one of these so- have they asked the interests "Dear brand tho hierarchy as an and then turn turtle. Burke, who called Democrats, who was never in making Sir and Brother; .We are grinning sc I that every one of his delegates and visitors. church, of tho Bishops to obtain tho Catholic! our plans to get control of thirty-tw- o white teeth glittered aggregation of iBenedlct Arnolds, was sitting in the seat alongside touch with Louisville Democracy, churches for Protestant services, and the the describe the priesthood as a fra- Dr. Chawk, -- was pinioned under the was given one of tho "best paylns and situation atyou coming primary joyously. TRINITY COUNCIL. whon tho Bishop of Arras, having we expect to ho at your "He saysisure, sab. He say he lepers, condemn heavy part of the car, whil ternity of moral consulted Romo, stated that tho prothe positions in the State Government post. There is much work to be be glad to talk to you." cartful corrupconvents as sinks of Tho meeting of Trinity Council, Y. posal was impossible, they actually others were thrown clean from the at the instigation of Percy Haly. done and in order to learn what I think that was characteristic of M. I., was quite interesting, and dur-in- c went so as tion, portray her schools far as to threaten they would vehicle, but were badly shaken up All of this is not quite foTgotten, your stop in at our private Cardinal Gibbons that he would be of treason and crime, and even ques- and bruised and cut about different and many of tho local party follow- - office duties are of the evening two appeal to Kitchener, who would ask and identify yourself, when glad to talk tp me, or to any casual new the course were received. womanThe Gen. Joffro to get the French Govtion the virtue ot Catholic faur- - ers will be hard to enroll this time your members parts of the body. Burke was work will be mapped out to traveler who asked the privilege, for hood by charging that he confession- riedly rushed to Sts. Mary and to play the part of the rabble. that must keep his Cardinal Gibbons Is a man who loves Litorary Committee announcedJudge ernment to requisition the churches, Kentucky Democrats you. Every man campaign. al is the open gateway to hell. Unless Elizabeth Hospital, where he died, Wherever on Monday, November 29, an action which would Immediately obligation in this men, who studies men, who likes to they can make people believe these receiving the last rites of the church get together tho closeness of the W. Green,' of tho County Fraternally yours for M. A. C. talk to and understand and sympa- Samuel will deliver an address to the bring tho French episcopate into lies, subscriptions and from Rev. Father Crane, the hos- - recent State race Is discussed and infamous direct conflict with tho Government. "W. W. B. " thize with men. . . . So I walked Court, lecture fees will fail. (Hence their pital chaplain. Although pretty many and varied are the reasons and their members of the council On the occasion of the general asThe falsity of this letter in as far down tho aisle toNhls side. efforts to well bruised and battered and semi- - given for the same, but a gentleman franctic and desperate It was as ascribing it to tho State officers That friends.100 steel also stated that tho sembly of the Popular Swiss CathHo looked up and smiled. keep people ignorant of the truth. connected with racing from a busi- lockers are now In olic Association at Lucerne during lot of is Is important. of conscious only, Dr. Chawk and Mr. Tho purpose of this seTlesread- Delaney attempted to assist (Burke ness standpoint gave a new and of the Knights of Columbus face.con- seen pictures ofPerhaps you have position, and the members aro mak tho past fow days, the following theVCardinal they ing on its very It cerned is shown articles is to place before our good uso of them. Attention was telegram was sent to tho Holy and would have accompanied him to plausible version this past week, and- is supposedly mailed In Toledo in are grave, very dignified, a trlflo ers the facts in relation to this tho hospital, but were prevented- since tnen it nas 'oeon veruiea oy regard to the Toledo primaries, austere. They do notVhow the Car- again called to tho 'fact that the Fathor: I refuse to believe that by the action of a country con- others. He stated that everyone council will receive holy communion Tho general assembly of this as any honest man wants to be de- stable who placed them under ar- - connected with racing in any way signed by tho Initials of the State dinal of tho smile. (RlgJU away any in a body at St. Aloysius church, met wants to accept a Ho. I am rest, but hoth were released on scratched Stanley because of tho Advocate, W. W. "Boulger, living in boy would have known His Emin- Payne, near Baxter, on Sunday, No- sociation,Your today at Lucerne, pre ceived sents to Holiness the assuranco most people are their own recognizance when ap- - appointment of Walter Haldeman Chillicothe, and sent from the office ence was a man who wanted to equally certain that Ironton. Toledo know, the sort of man who is valua- vember 28, during tho 7 o'clock of its fidelity and Its very sincere honest, upright and just It is tho nearing be'fore 'County Judge Samuel Poarce as Secretary of the Stato of the Secretary in to were urged and profound dovotion. It salutes tho letter, are ble to boys as a friend and as a mass, and tho members exception that makes trouble and at- Greene. The death of "Jackson" Racing Commission, because that Knights, according .. office Tho Cardinal to attend. At 9 o'clock the council with great joy tho general recognitracts attention to human defects. Burke was a shock to the many appointment was influenced by his Invited to step into the away. of the companion. a tion of tho moral power of the Holy adjourned the meeting to witness Secretary many miles It is and his gray eyes Not one person In a hundred over has who knew hlra for a healthy, light- - uncle, W. B. Haldeman, and they Indeed a very clumsy piece of work. smiled, extended his hand. twinkled basketball gamo In the now gym- Seo, as revealed in these difficult as ho in a police court. No audi- hearted fellow who radiated happi- - stated that this would mean the business "You work with boys?" he said. nasium between two picked teams of times in all countries and among all The Central Bureau of tho Cenence ever applauds tho villain in a wherever he went. His funeral troduction of politics into the racing headed by Captains thank the his admirers are took place from St. Louis Uertrand's game, and with the Induct of tral Verein, immediately upon tho "That is a fine thing ono of very Trinity Council, Kirchdorfer, Jr. A peoples. for Wo efforts, you, Holy play. In real life Donnelly and Father, tho crowned by bo slow to church Wednesday morning with a politics racing in Kentucky would publication of this fake letter in the finest things.. You must be few. Hence we should very hard fought game was wit- success, which you havo undertaken Menace wrote to Charles Mayne, glad your work is with boys. Won't our neigh- requiem mass and the be short lived. These same critics believe bad things about nessed, and at the end of the second In concert with our Federal authorithe former State Secretary and now you sit down?" bors. Wo should never accept the were members of tho fire depart- - cite that the effect is shown by car- - State Deputy of the Ohio State Counhalf the score was 19 to 19. In the ties and our episcopate to lighten tho iHis face became grave, thought.. Tinn, nriinwir and Mr. Lexington vote, where Morrow unsupported word of their enemies. Don- fato of the victims of the war. We Capt. fiverminuto play-ofand recoived from him a reply we a'ro to take the word of tha Delaiiey aro now'out of danger, but riod Fayette county, and again in cil, which he says "that the statement ful. suppose you would like to havo nelly's team made two scores on pray that your incessant efforts for If enemy, then all men are monsters, are still confined to their homes. the districts where racing thrives. It In this letter was sent out of my me"Isay something to your boys, Is fouls, winning tho gamo by the score peace, on which aro fixed the regards, that prominent that is also rumored and all religions wrong. whole of 21 to 19. Trinity has boen suc the hopes and the ardent desires of a lie breeders and owners are behind a office is"What made out of I," he that it?" Our population consists of CathLOOKS NASTY. interest could "Tho boys would appreciate it very cessful In securing tho services of all the peoples, may bo crowned with movement to eliminate politics from cloth. and Protestants. olics, formerly success, and our prayers arise to God Giesler, points you would," tola Mm the niacins: i, i commission in iue rightlysouthern out, "located m the much if ho began to Ispeak. nun. ho Dr. Charles J. nnntraM ah While all A. P. A.s aro Protestants, As town in the Stato, with tho Turners, and under his that at the end of this terrible war Then many it is helteved most all Protestants aro not A. P. A.'s. trustees for the creditors of tho future, and to have in the primaries in Toledo?" spoke I watched his face, par- management several good basket the Holy Apostolic See may enjoy Whilo all Protestants are Kentucky (Refining Company have their intentions aro wise eyes with ball teams have resulted. Trinity full indopendenco and full liberty as Tho same would apply to Walter ticularly those gray-blu-e Discuss on of Gov Stanley b aro not Prot- filed suit against Daniel E. O'SullJ- all wise, kindly lines about Council will be well represented in a treasure of peace and justice and a W. (Boulger, State Advocate, who Is millions of people Surety Com- -, polntments are heing heard on all located In the central part of the the shrewd, estants. We have and the National them. I watched the expressions its initial appearance in the local 6ourco of blessing for tho church and and it in America who aro neither Catholic pany, as bondeman, for $3,365.13, t Louisville man isis rumored for thPrison State. It seems to me that it would comd and go in those eyes as the basketball field. ' humanity." slated to this class. alleged to have been paid out by the or Protestant. I belong step Inconvenient his message to you. Tho telegram Is signed by tho protest company on judgments obtained by Commissioner, Ell Brown s name be rather for instructionsto if that into Cardinal sent young eyes hut they r am Incapable of entering a President, Dr. Petalozzl Pfieffer, and They are not JOHN GLEESON DEES. Roger an office mentioned, while being , Mm fmir vwirs m,. t against tho other fellow's religion. eyes. They are eyes' were about 250 miles away. I Dr. Alphonsus Hattenschwiler, Secretip for a Nohalty to bo satis mentioned in the petition. Tf it suits him I ought It Is Position is another strong Dr. Milton stand ready al any time to make an aro not old seen many wonderful regret felt tary. There Is sincere that have on that hoard. I am. Wo protect our alleged that by the terms of the con- was not things, many sad things, many glori- throughout tho city over tho death fied, and Tho Archbishop of Toledo and the may get a place on the State affidavit that this 4etter any time, own rights by defending the rights of tract tho Refining Company paid Board remembered out of Control and It appears to sent any of my office at politics in ous things and have away to be of John Gleeson, which occurred episcopacy of Spain have received a not contend that J4.000 to O'Sulllvan and that in Board certainty others. While I do letter concerning everything and stored it Sunday morning at his residence, gracious reply at length from tha that Mack 'Phythian nor ' used. To be used for the henefit of 630 Myrtle street, following an Ill- Holy Father in regard to the revevery man's theology is Bound, I ex- pursuance to tho payment of the i oe a be the next Warden of the any lorm." to money O'Sulllvan entered Into the will pect to die fighting for his right Of course this Is only the old, old mankind. Many ness resulting from a complication erent and ardent invitation of the Penitentiary. worship God according to the dictates contract whereby he would assume Frankfort to see Gov. Stanley select game of tho Menace played over "It's an old, old saying that tho duo to his advanced age. John Spanish nation to make his temwould like of hisJ.own conscience, without for- all liability for taxes In any suits Peter Camphell, the well known again. Very well could that paper boy Is the father of the man," said Gl eson was born o years porary home at the Escurlal during feiting any of his civil, social or that might be .filed (by the city up to union labor leader, for State Labor know from the very face of the let- the Cardinal, "but I wonder If boys ago and had spent nearly all his life tho duration of tho war. The date 31. 19 19. which rights as an American December a fraud and a fake, have ever stopped to wonder what In Louisville where ho was widely Sovereign Pontiff political expresses his and his selection would ter that it was i Inspector, citizen: Realizing their untenable, would be- the last on which tthe city be a well merited one. as ho has and yet it calmly published it, if it it means. . . . ilt means tnat tne known and highly respected. Ho the offer mado "... 4m II refusing nlll III n- - n ..t AUL. bUV useu, boy is the most important tmng in was a good Catholic citizen and al- gratitude for Spain in case ho him of position, but an asylum in should always been found in the front did not In fact fabricate it to abandon it, some A. P. A. editors year 1914. The trustees allege that ranks of organized Democracy, un- knowing that many thousands of tho world. Think of that. Let me ways preferred (his home to any other be unable to stay In Italy. The suits were filed by pretend that they are "not waging at the time the those who would read it would never have the boy to work with and train atmosphere. For many years ho re- letter "Nevertheless, concludes: and his bonds- like some others who have never hear warfare against the Catholic relig- the city the defendant the action and taken a prominent part except for investigate the matter or many and I don't care who looks after the sided In St. Michael's parish, and whilo bestowing our Apostolic blessand that ion, but against tho political activity man were notified of of its refutation of the world for In a few years no one was more identified with the ing in token of our affectionate rest personal gain. bigoted the boy will he the rest of the of thehlerarchy." No man can deny requested to make a defense tnereto, gratitude first your august Prince, Because, .Logan Rock is slated for either others were too ignorant and was paid to most convincing of world. The boys of today are the church than he. was paid of this all and afterward to you all, we wish to nom political but that no attention the right of a citizen Attorney General's to credit the respect his memto a Dlaco in and not the notices. O'Sulllvan Is one of the- office, or iftho Falsehood and the men with responsibilities tho men possible the funeral mass at St. Louis and pray God with fervor that It may office on account of his creed Gov. McCreary doesn't refutations. which the Men- who are doing big things tomor- ory at Especially Is Kentucky State (Prison Commisattack his religion. Bertrand's on Tuesday morning, never bo necessary for us, oven for mi (tne vacancy in tne .ronce uoun vicious propaganda go hand in row. They should remember that. this true when tho reason advanced sioners. paid a short time, to have recourse to the before his term expires Gov. Stanley ace is carrying onC. B. ot C. V. when Rev. Fathor Crowley The Cardinal laid his slender hand tribute to the life of tho deceased, hospitality that our very dear son for such denial rests upon a fallacy. will appoint Mr. tRock to succeed hand. INVITED TO MOBILE. Legitimate Protestantism limits Its on my knee. Harry Ttobinson as Prosecutor. Anyfrom which all might learn tho Alphonso and you promise to us. For GOOD MOVE. ."What is success in life?" he antagonism to Catholicism, to matway it is the consensus of opinion brings peace and reward. know, dear sons, that wo will not ceremony and church The Kentucky Irish American that Louisville should fare well in asked, and then answered his own lesson that is survived by his wife, exilo ourselves unless the church is ters of faith, Mr. nothing to do acknowledges a invitation to the State appointments, as it was the A very progressive move Is about question. "Success Is nothing more Mrs. Gleeson government. It has two sons, tried by great sorrow and great Bridget Gleeson; things with any movement designed to deny annual ThanksKiving turkey festival Fifth district that saved the ticket to be made hy the Knights of Colum- nor less than doing well the Success John P. and Dennis J. Gleeson; two trouble, aB you yourselves seem to nt Mio AnnfeiBt Order of Hibernians is nothing lees than the we have to do every day. bus. This the Catholic his clvio rights as a Patrick and which will beheld) . Al. securing of Hon. Bourke Cockran, Is duty performed that Is all. There brothers, two sisters, Dennis Kate fear, and the hard circumstances in rLouUville Herald citizen of the republic which he ol which the Holy See now finds itself Miss and custom of UnueB to purBUe ltB cour8estill mud. of New York, for a series of lectures can he no greater success than that. Tuesday night. The helped to establish and defend with of Gleeson, 08 this city, and Mrs. George reach a dire extremity," litseason 4Vm,,h nnnnoai mm. to be given In the large cities, bis The boy who does every day the his heart's blood. If Catholics are to distrlbutinz turkeys at this division Leonard, of Chicago. ltB announcement subject being "A Plea for Peace." tle things he is set to do, and does paign ig over be denied these rights they should originated with the Mobile EDUCATIONAL CLASSES. Mr. Cockran's address, though the them well, has succeeded. When he wi taxes and freed and has become very popular. The fchat the coiumn8 0f that be exempted from all ALASKA. turkeys will be given out at tha hall b f.,led wJth the Bame iblllingsgat subject might lead one to think so, becomes a man he Is still a success Prom the obligation to defend the The educational classes "of tli or may be called for later and much for the next two years is disgusting does not refer to the war in Europe, If he performs his every day tasks flax of stars In time of war. Alaska is In extent three times Knights of Columbus are progressin Is created when the to the average cltlsen, who tires of but to the condition of religious and duties faithfully. There may be A. P. A. fanatctem, not legitimate amusement size of Texas. Its population is nicely with a large enrollment Protestantism, is to blame sfor the members board the cars with their a continual Tound of political bigotry that extate la this country, no time, no sounding of trumpets tor the Classes in arithmetic, about 70,000, of whom 15,000 are scholars. great deal of him. but he Is a success." strife and hatred jive birds. Music and refreshments tirades season in and season out. and will no doubt do a turmoil, penmanship most are for and CoL P. H. Ndw he smiled aKaln, his eyes Catholics. They spiritual the will be part of the programme and The stinging rebuke handed to the good wherever h(mrd. in communities where that exists charge of architectural drawing, are conducted part under the Liberty" are this festival, directed by Messrs. Herald editor in his closing cam- Callahan heads thi national commit- twinkled almost mischievously. "Guardians of twenty Jesuit by E. J. Ritter, W. H. Oeborne, iFame is an acoident, anyho,w," the Jesuits. About J. Doody, Michael V. paign speech seems to have nettled tee ttoat secared fifie, services of the strong. Nothing can be more mon- Michael Thomas J. Nolan and Ray Sehuman, Also Q'Rcmrke d John A. Hughes, will that gentleman, while the attack on distinguished epeKcer, and It is he said, "it doesn't matter. Ttme is priest are In Alaska. Sisters the Classen In shorthand strous than to attack another man's of and physical prove more enjoyable than the selection of election tabulators, hoped effort will be made to bring pleasant, but. after all, ic It a Wt Ursullne Sisters and the rights In tha holy same of liberty. certainly culture Are now being organised more pleasant to he fatnowi than to Prevldenoe aad of St. Anne. although selected hy both .parties, him to Lontevine These people would amend tha ever.. ICONOCLAST Declaration of Independence so as to make it read: "All men except arc created equal, etc." Catholics Such an amendment, in letter or spirit, would make the Stars and Stripes a meaningless rag, for which no braver man would offer to fight, Present Anti- - much less dio to defend. I INAUGURATION seems to have been called for 'by tho neglect to select a Herald repre- THE BOY LOST GRIP Id MISERABLE j h' self-denyi- ! ." ct Good-bye- ." 300-ye- ar ct m g, ( doie-Jure- d. et build-Helen'- s, ill-w- ill 1 instru-pulle- ... 1 hot-be- ds ' - in-ne- ss pall-heare- rs fs cs s non-Cathol- ap-v- an non-Cathol- fr or-fi- ce , I Blxty-nin- M. I L. t0 LC1.A.UQ A.U L .'. ," Gloo-so- n, con-ne- xt ant , pPr ill-wi- ll, book-keepin- g, ed K &:jJS:TTJCJZ7K' KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. EVERY SATURDAY, iaveted to tte Social nri V oral AdvaHcemcraent of Irish AmcrksM and Carta ofaclsllv Indorsed ty Ancient Order o Hibernians, Young Men's Institute and CathoHc Knights of America, PUBLISHED ol let IRISH AJSOUBTtX.GAJS COMING strels at St. Park, November November has been carefully selected, and all who come can certainly be promise 2 El Nomo Mln- - a most delightful evening. There d Leo's school hall, High- - will also bo an afternoon and ing euchre, lotto and cako sale next both evenings. ,nqfthAn8q00,nJ1har1Ln"ot euchre inlwf " EVENTS. i 21-2- even-lan- GUARDING OLD GLORY" A , 23-C- harity XBWrUCKY IWIH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., rncoiporeled, Publlnlrra SINQLB COPY flC JUBSCXIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Stood.CU rUtUf. Ik LuIitIH PtHlc to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMfiRICAN, J19-2- I West Ureea St. .,rIICommBRlctlopi Unrl t TRADES jyS'l COUNCIL L iUISVILLB, KY.. THANKSGIVING. . .SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915. from Chicago as Denver, but the society is now a giant extending to the iPaclfic coast. The average citizen is not misled by tho ranting of the bigots. Theso may make a loud noise around election time, but they deceive very few. Intelligent voters know them for - Edward 'Rattermun, 'Harry what they are. Their pretended Miss Marie Conley was last week Parfitt, Joe Erb, W. T. Meehan, K. !A. Veeneman, Will (Bartel, John patriotism is only a mask for their the guest of 'friends at Bardstown. Crotty, George iHann, W. C. Green, iniquity. Albert J. Richards has returned Henry Gottbrath, John Lepping, Harrj Colgan, at West George Wobben, from a week's sojourn Tho Kentucky Irls'h American Baden Springs. Chris Leahy, ,S. R. Hardman and tenders friends and readers felicitaPres. Risdale. When justice had been done the KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. tions, trusting they may all have a Miss Jennie Newman has been visexcellent menu and tho health of the Joyous Thanksgiving day and pray- iting the Misses Cecelia and Jennie host and hostess had been drunk, ing they may bo spared for many Sullivan at Rockport, Ind. Louis Hodapp was chosen toastmas-temore. For thoso who have passed Ho expressed the appreciation Late News That Will Interest Miss Hattie Murphy, who was here away we ask a prayer. Members Here and for a visit to relatives, has returned of those present and the pleasuro the anniversary afforded them. to her home at Owensboro. Wlliam M. riiggins offered heartiest FEW THANKSGIVING REASONS. Miss Addle Lconhardt, of Clifton, congratulations and said the honor These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. CHRIST. LABORS FOR of being present was especially guest of The following list of prominent was the recent week-en- d Catering especially to Ladies and Children. gratifying to thoso wiho had so long Peter Collins is lecturing for the and Mrs. McNutt at Orell. In the midst of calumnies and citizens give as their reasons for Under the same management. Presenting only the standbeen friends of the Hunolds, whose order in Iowa. being next Thursday, thankful ingratitude the Catholic church con- Thanksgiving day: efforts in behalf of all that is best ard productions, historic, dramatic and comic. Mrs. John Cole, Jr., of Jefferson-vlllfourth will bo exemplified in The (Mayor Buschemeyer That tinues its divine work. This country has been entertaining her had raised them in the estimate of Syracuse next Tuesday. the all in this community. In conRose Amick, of was discovered by a. Catholic, first success of the State ticket was due mother, Mrs. Tomorrow many will be clusion he felicitated Col. and Mrs. into the order at Parkston, S.received D. settled by Catholics, and without the to the indorsement given his adminHunold and trusted that they may istration. Sunday aid given by Catholics it could not live long years to enjoy the honors gathering there will be a notable Col. Frank McGrath and Col. Jim Col. Matt J. Winn and daughters and initiation at London, have achieved its independence. It Whallen That the Cincinnati En- will leave New York next week and and reward of their achievements. Ohio. FOR ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, and charitable quirer called attention to Ken- will be in Louisville before he leaves Every guest was called upon and is dotted with sacred Thero are hopes for councils at shared the pleasuro of the others in tucky's 'Democratic leaders that for Mexico. institutions erected through the gen- their work hero in the recent elecgiving evidence that their inhnra Grand Island, Wood River and Cen- erosity of Catholics toward God and tion was unsurpassed. wero appreciated and rewarded wlthiirai ny' iieuMrs. A. M. Hermann left Thursday IN HALL AT JACKSON AND KENTUCKY. There was an initiation at Hast-The church trains their fellow-meFrank Dugan That the short to join her husband in Pittsburgh lasting friendship. A congratulatory letter to Col. 'ngs, Neb., last Sunday that added priests to teach religion and Sisters days are here and he doesn't have and to be the guest of relatives for Besides the games there will be a mammoth turkey raffle. onany Hunold from Capt. Michael Quinn, strength to 'the order, see and brothers to conduct schools, to John so Barry That ho can keep the next two Weeks. of Brooklyn, was read and created Little iRock 'Knights are already The entertainment will begin promptly at 2 and 8 o'clock. J. hospitals, etc. Its reward is opposi- cool on the wharf next summer. Supper will be served each evening, the patronesses having Mrs. J. Dan Talbott, who was tho much merriment. Capt. Quinn pre-- planning for the intlation .to be held Roger Nohalty and Mack Phyth-la- n guct of her grandmother, Mrs. dieted that Col. Hunold would prove the last Sunday in February, tion, enmity, ifalse reports. But as prepared a special menu for this occasion. a valiant That they One of the largest initiations of it Is working for Christ, says tho Stanley men in are the real original Rebecca Kowenberg, has returned to Michael soldier and aid to Gen.Members and friends of St. Paul's parish are cordially invited Louisville. Reichert and worthy sue- the year in Ohio will bo witnessed her home at Bardstown. Catholic Columbian, and expects the to be present to bid welcome to the new pastor. cessor to uoi. joe p. McGinn. Judge Allen Kinney That the at Janesville on Thanksgiving day. same"1 treatment that Ho received, it Casino and Orpheum still continue Miss" Catherine Cotter, of Shelby-vlllForty candidates received the good works. to be the favorite moving picture coes on with its Is the guest of Mrs. A. M. LIBERTY BELL HERE MONDAY, three degrees at the annual initiation houses. Scroggln, housekeeper of St. Leo's held last week at Montgomery, Minn. Tom Councilman Dolan That rectory, Highland Park. The people of Louisville will have Rnthnsln'sm nt. was shown PECULIAR SITUATION. they left him on a few committees opportunity Monday morning of wiehlta thin week, when nvr flftv anyway. Mrs. E. A. Jones and daughter viewing the iLiberty 'Bell, which is new members Tho Democrats will have a workGIVEN BY THE Alderman .Barney Cambell That Helen, of St. Louis, have been spend- en route to Philadelphia and will Knighthood received tho degree of e ing majority of only twenty-fivIn he again finished around the top iu ing the week hero as guests of Mrs. bo exhibited between the hours of give The Cincinnati Chapter will the next House, according to com- the Aldermanlc race. Frank Receuver, 1925 West Main Pn.viv.nin' proceeds of the annual charity Mike iMoDermott Councilman mtir,! J U Ut? WMU plete figures of the recent elections. street. VUHUJIHHH ball to the Central Bureau of Cath That ho led the ticket in the lower Thirteenth street, between Jefferson ollc 'Charities. Last year the Democrats had a hoard race. and Market streets. The children AT ST. LEO'S HALL, HIGHLAND PARK, Joe Mattingly Bishop Meerschaert preached two majority of nearly 150. It is pointed iBilly Cromwell .That everyone Annie Mattingly, and sister. Miss of the schools of the city will bo havo returned from sermons and delivered an address kut that a defection of thirteen doesn't want to wear their hair jn Nelsonville, where they visited their admitted from 7 until 8:30 o'clock. and from that hour until 9:40 a upon the occasion of the initiation democrats may defeat any party football style. Logan Democracy grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William welcome will be extended all per- at Chickasha, Okla. Rock That PERFORMANCE BEGINS AT 8 O'CLOCK P. M measure in the coming Congress. has finally recognized his worth to Hagan. Omaha Council is busy preparing sons who desire ito see historic There are sixteen members who are the party organization. relic. Louisville Council, Knights for the initiation to be held Decem- Tickets 25 cents. Reserved seats 15 cents extra. Tho friends of Thomas Muldoon Three other Nebraska Tammany men or allies of the orJoe Dougherty That Old Boreas of Columbus, at the meeting ber 12. poker has finally arrived to help tho poor say that, In pair to parlance, ho now Wednesday night appointed iMessrs. councils will Initiate largo classes ganization from Brooklyn. This coal men. has a good draw to, a little John M. Hannon, William T. (Mee- - soon. means that Tammany Hell will hold Charley iMoDevitt That he can girl arriving at his .home on Seventh han, Camden R. MdAtee, C. W. Lecturer Stephens announces that J tho balance of power In the next beat Turnkey Pat Shea at tho street this past week. Raymond A. Decker, Schuman.ltho 900 members of the council will House. A peculiar situation, to say bowling game. James P. McGinn, Ed IM Caffrey, j bo accommodated at the (meeting All taxpayers of the City of Louisville are hereby notified that Huffaker That he ingFriends and relatives aro tender- Thomas B. ILeahy, ,S. 'R. Hardman, Monday night at Columbus, Ohio, tho least considering the attitude of is Senator iHite many pledges congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Henry iB. McBrlde and Thomas D. when woman's suffrage will he de- the Board of Equalization of the City of Louisville has organized receiving for ho administration toward Tammany. Speaker pro tern of the Senate. Matt Corcoran, 731 South Twenty-fourt- h Olines a committee to assist in the bated. and will hold daily sessions in the office of the City Assessor, bestreet, whose ihome was Representative "Cack" 'Barrett One hundred and five were put tween the hours of 9 a. m. and 4 p. m., from November 15 to 30, by the arrival of a fine baby welcome being planned 'by the citAM I AT GIRLS NEED. That he will soon have the calcium blessed Wednesday. gentlemen will be through tho degree work on Sunday izens. These light turned on his sketch at Frank- boy on present during the time the famous at Chickasha by the Oklahoma City 1915, inclusive, for the purpose of hearing and determining comHow many Catholics realize that fort. relic is in Louisville and assist in degree team, which was accom- plaints of any who think that their land, improvements or personal Alderman Joe Overberg That a Miss Marye Cowell entertained at giving to 'the occasion all proper panied by the Knights' band. property, or any in which they may have an interest (though it be there are Catholic girls at the presdelightful dance at her house on wards set ent day who have reached the high the Eighth and Ninthmajorities. the Brook street Friday evening. The honor. Arrangements will also be not assessed in their name) have been assessed beyond their value pace for Democratic made to have the children from the RECENT DEATHS. home was decorated with chrysanthefor city taxes in the assessment made by the City Assessor thereof, school grades in the public school Squire John O'Brien 'For the different Catholic parochial schools as of the first day of September, 1915, and have had no instruction In their record breaking majority given him mums, the color scheme being car- present and So have them instructed Friends and relatives feel much yellow and white. ried out in In the absence of the Board, complaints may be lodged with the religion beyond elementary cate- in the election. which in the traditions cluster sympathy for Mr. and' Mrs. Anthony iDan Sexton That he can pick around Its historic announcement of Hillman, 1345 McHenry street, who Clerk daily between the hours of 9 a. m and 4 p. m. chism, "that there are other girls in Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Langan enter- the adoption of the Declaration of just as well away from home as J. LITHGOW SMITH, President. on Sunday laid to rest their little high school who know nothing of 'emChurchill 'Downs, tained their daughter, Miss Mary Independence. at son Theodore, the victim of 'dread JOHN J. BARRY, Member. Elizabeth Langan, with a most enthe history of tho Catholic church? County Attorney Scott 'Bullitt pnoumonla. For two years ho was H, V. COHN, Secretary. Yet their studies are constantly That so many Democrats say he joyable mask party at their resiTURKEYS FOR ALL PRESENT. tho hope and joy of the parents, dence, 333 street. CARL V. GOEPPER, Clerk. bringing "before them events in would be the one best bet for Mayor. There were North Thirty-fift- h present. whose home Is now In gloom. (Louisville thirty guests Public That The Judging from their present plans church history and sometimes points there is only one Herald in the city. Arrangements for Mrs. Catherine Heckmann, 1021 Miss Otllle Wathen, who is at the Committee of in 'Catholic doctrine presented exlany Democrats That you don't e Haly tending Sacred Heart Academy, will the euchre and lotto to be given for South Shelby, for over clusively 'from a view- have o be O. K.'d by .Percy Louis to light in Frankfort now. return the last of the month to spend ' tho benefit of St.building Bertrand's ' years a resident ot this city and one point. However impart iaK the fund next of the oldeat members of St, Vincent will hurc,h debt and The Junior Order That they the Thanksgiving holidays evidently desires to see do Paul's church, was laid to rest teacher of such subjects may try to have never had to go to Avar and h. accompanied by Misses and FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Gladys Tuesday, one goes that no be, a attitude toward can still pose as the, country's de- McLlnn and Marjory Baruch, who ite Thanksglvlnk without tho favor Monday morning after tho funeral FREE SERVICE. day food, a large mass. Surviving her are three sons, will be her guests for the week end. the Catholic church is not an ac- fenders. shipment of turkeys being secured to Fred, Ben and William Heckmann. Connelly That ho trained Will ceptable one. Under the adverse dispose of during tho afternoon and to fighting weight last. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frless en teaching the down Finck 'Martin That at the fake influence of such Tne games win De neia in e years John Gambrall, T. tertained with' a euchre Thursday evening. nsn, aixui Eireei, near old and a widely known railroad uninstructed Catholic girl must story about him being married evening at their residence, 1822 uenrano. 1101.03 EAST BROADWAY. Oak, and will bo called at 2:30 and brakeman. died Sunday night at his eventually lose her finer regard for didn't get in the papers. Wiest Kentucky street, when the fol8:30 o'clock sharp. Turkey prizes 'home. G27 East Brecklnrldco street. John Gruber That the residents lowing guests were present: the church. The Catholic girl ' GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS. of Eleventh and Twelfth wards Illness of stomach A. Pfister, H. will bo given the winners of both following an E. Lawson, is in arethe working among contributing freely to the Christ- Friess, A. Walker, J. Wolf. B. euchre and lotto games. The- pro trouble. A son and two daughters Tho Catholic Orphan Society feels tho same danger as her sister in' tho mas fund for the poor. Frless; Misses Anna Walker, Grace ceeds will bo used toward defraying are left to mourn, his death. The encouraged over (the Capt. Joe Hlggins That the Ken- Walker and Messrs. J. 'Arnold and the cost of tho extensive decorating funeral was held Tuesday morning much thus far made to the contribupublic school. The working girl, tions American Bowling Club J. Walker. Prizes were awarded to and painting now going on, and from from St. John's church with high Improvement fund for the $10,000 through her own lack of knowledge, tucky Irish St. present indications the .Dominican mass of requiem. is leading the league. n Mesdames A. Walker and E. and St. Thomas Orphan is influenced by the constant criticLeo iReilly That the price of and Messrs. J. Walker and J. church will bo one of tho handsomest Asylums. It is hoped the full ism and accusation against the Piedmont cigarettes hasn't been af- Arnold. In this part of the country and' an SAVE PER The funeral of Mrs. Mary Caswell, soon edifice of which the congregation wife ot Georgo R. Caswell, 2C21 amount willwillbeoegln at subscribed, YOU. church. With the requisite instruc- fected by the war. GENT when work both instiVic lEcker That Trinity Council Miss Florence B. Htnes and can justly feel proud. Greenwood avenue, was held Monday tutions. Among the donations thus tion either at school or at work, now one of ILouisville's leading Thomas W. Ford wero united In morning from St. Charles church. far reported are Itlght 'Rev. Denis Catholic girls would bo rendered Im- is organizations. INVITE CATHOLIC LADIES. marriage at St. Louis Bertrand Mrs. Caswell was a native of Trejand, O'Donaghue, $500; Col. and Mrs. pervious to petty accusations against; Will Link' .That his finm is put- church Tuesday morning at 8 but had Hve.d in Louisville for many P. 'H. Callahan, $500: James B. their faith, or better still might he ting up a good front. ' Ladies connected with tho Catholic years and was held In high esteem "by Brown, $H00; Owen Bullivan, $100, o'clock with a nuptial mass, Rev. able to turn them aside with an Father R. G. Lyons officiating at tho Knights of America, assisted by of a wide circle of acquaintances. She and Thomas Keenan, $25. NOMINATE OFFICERS. ceremony. Miss Mary Olines and ficers and members of the Louisville was the mother of Mrs. 'Louis Jacintelligent explanation. IClubs for Bay Schuhmann were tho attendants. Central Committee, will hold a meet- ques, of Columbus, Ohio. MEETING. QUARTERLY Catholic girls are generally awakenCandidates for central officers of Following tho church services a ing at the Knights of Columbus Hall, ing a now interest among Catholics St. Joseph's Orphan Society wero wedding breakfast was served at the SIC South Fourth avenue, at 3 anTho Sacred Heart parish lost Tho quarterly meeting of all tho in our big cities. Classes for relig- nominated Sunday at a well attended homo of tho brido's parents, 1023 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, for the other of Its o.lder members early divisions of county, Jefferson 426 W.MARKET meeting held at St. Boniface Hall. Sixth street, for the wedding party purpose of organizing a ladies' Wednesday morning, when death Ancient Order of Hibernians, will be ious instruction could easily be liOUISVIIXE,. KY to which all came to Anthony Wllllnger, 2024 held at tho home of Division 3 tothe Introduced into these clubs without The nominees follow: For President. and immediate families. Tho bride branch ofwomenorder,the- city Henry Bosse, Ben Voll; for Vice Elizabeth Mrs. Catholic curtailing any of the social features President, D. Lubbers, John Tobo; Is a daughter of Mr. and always vited. There aro of number ofare in West Broadway. His wife,Mrs. Max morrow afternoon, the mooting to a ladles Wllllnger: a daughter, Thomas H. Hlnes and has o'clock. County be called of "the organization. Catholic women for Secretary, Dr. C. J. Qlesler, E. J. been a popular member of Catholic in tho different branches of Louis- Dolkner, and a grandson, Alfred A, President at 2:30Connelly has arW. J. who would do this, or who would Bosler, Jr.: for Corresponding Secre social circles. Tho groom is a son ville, and they are anxious to havo Krebs, survive him. The funeral ranged a programme of short talks organize such' classes in parishes tary, Nic Bosler, Joseph Schrecker; of M. J. Ford, the real estate man. one that will bo conducted by women was hold yesterday morning. Rev. concerning tho order's present and Socretary, Victor Tuesday evening the happy couple exclusively. There aro a number of Father Walsh celebrating tho re- future progress. This meeting will Financial 318 Wemt Market St. where no clubs exist, would" find for Ecker, A. H. Huckeubock; iTor Treas- left for Tompklnsvllle, Tenn., where such throughout the country that quiem mass. also give all an opportunity to inthemselves well repaid for their ef urer, John B. Ratterman, John Bott. Mr. Ford holds a responsible posi- aro giving tho greatest satisfaction spect tho improvements In tho home fort by both the interest of the girls Tho election will bo held In the tion with a largo manufacturing and enjoyment to tho members, and Bernard Vornholt, a respected of the Portland Hibernians. Thanksgiving the great "at home' It Is hoped that one will bo instN mombor of Holy Cross congregation, and 'their own personal enjoyment. twelve different branches In tho city concern. day. If you can't be there, a fine pho and couVity on Sunday, December J9. tuted here. passed into eternal rest Wednesday LEADS TICKET. Besides this many girls who are in The rules of tho society call for at tograph will help. morning at his home, 1322 South HELPING ST. ANN'S CHURCH. great danger of .becoming "fallen least two nominees for each office. d FAMOUS IRISH WRITER. street, Left to mourn is Councilman M. J. llcDermott away" Catholics could be aroused to his death are three daughters, Misses arranging a little spread for some The Catholic Concert Singing SoST, MICHAEL'S. In tho death of Standish O'Grady, Mary, Catherine and Rose Vorn of his close friends and campaign Jove f their faith which would ciety will give a eacred concert at sure their future as staunch and St. Ann's church, Seventh and which Is announced from Hale, holt. Rev. Father Brey was the managers for next Monday evening The annual entertainment ot St. Davies, tomorrow evening at 8 Cheshire, England, modern Irish celebrant of the funoral mass yes- in honor of leading tho Democratic Cut Flowers for all occasions. pal daughters of the church. Michael's congregation for Thanks- o'clock, the proceeds to be for tho literature loses ono of its most. terday morning; when many friends Councilmanlc ticket in tho recent Special attention given giving "week will take place on Tues- benefit of ihat church. The splendid brilliant representative). As poet, and acquaintances paid the final .election. ipubllshed returns orders. The Thursday was the fifteenth an- day at fit. Michael's (Hall, 220 South performances given in essayist and htetjrlan, O'Grady's tribute of respect. showed "Mr. McDermott in third the past for niversary of the founding of the Brook street. The lotto games will the benefit of poor qhurche by this work is generalls? regarded as the place, but thisw as due to a clerical NEW NANZ fc NEUNER CO. 8 o'clock in the even singing society, composed o over starting point of Aha Celtir HAKE FOR FISH. Knight of Columbus in the West. be ailed at mistake, two of the CounclImen reINCORPORATED. ing. Thre will b fine turkeys for thirty meinbers. have been so thor Renaissance. OTGrady was in turr ceiving votes through the impression It was deemed almost 8 gamble 687 PoaHh Ave.. Leaiavllle. Ky. peo oughly appreciated that people have lawyer, Journalwt and author. tha wheel.. A large numoer of Hr hroduees more fish to that they were only running In the whan the order wen to the eapense ple are expected, as the prUes will been anxtiimlv wnitin for th? Ann. was a native ot iTipperary arid sixt fVioLake Erie mum., mils than inv nMiof Vinrlv waril In whfoh ihc.V rfisldfld TOike's" way d moat Hwirame. of instituting a council so ' Cert to Ue snven. The Drotrramme years old. friends are grooming him for some- - thing higher at the next election. of water in the world. .Next Thursday will be Thanksgiving day, a day that brings Joy and happiness to tho people of this country. Our people this year have much to be thankful for, as God has bestowed upon all manifold hiessings. At peace with tho world bountiful with and ourselves, harvests, (Christians should assemble in their churches on Thursday and earnestly offer their thanks to God. In .this way they will begin the day in a pleasant manner and feel the tetter for so doing. As for years past, there will be thanksgiving anasses in all tho Catholic churches, when special prayers will be offered for the nation and people and their continued peace and prosperity. Turkey festival in again. ana St. William's Hau, Tnirteentn Oak streets, ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. 'November 23 Bourko Cochran's Last Sunday evening friends of ledture, 'A Plea for Peace." Henry Hunold and his genial 23 Turkey euchre and Col. November wife enjoyed a most bounteous dinlotto at Bertrand Hall, afternoon ner in celebratlon'of the 'fifth anniand evening, versary of their new home, 524 West evening. Walnut. The tables presented a November 25 Matinee dance of beautiful appearance from every I wish that every citizen could see this picture and feel the personal interest and pride in the Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H., in point of view and the affair was one Schrelber's Hall. bo forgotten by those Army and 'Navy. that willnever 7 LINDLEY M. GARRISON, Secretary of War. Annual charity who had' the good fortune to be January euchre and lotto for St. Anthony's there. Mrs. Hunold was assisted in It Is a splendlly realistic exhibition of Army and Navy Life. receiving by her daughter, Miss MinHospital, Phoenix Hill Hall. JOSEPHUS DANIELS, Secretary of the Navy, and Mrs. February 16 Carnival at Trinity nie Hunold, Lepping, W. C. Green, You are doing a patriotic duty In showing these pictures throughout the country. Mrs. John Agnes Mrs. Council club house for one week. H. L. SCOTT, Major General, Chief of Staff. Woben and Mrs. George Haun. After choice musical selections tho comI wish to congratulate you on getting up a particularly good pleceof work of real educational value. pany proceeded to the dining-rooLEONARD WOOD, Major General, U. S. A. where covers were laid for the folEvery patriotic American who sees these pictures will be benefited lowing: W. S. BENSON, Rear Admiral, U. S. A. Louis Hodapp, J. P. McGinn, Henry Seibel, John W. Dundon, 26-2- evening. November 22 wll(J come once aro anx0U8 to come Picture No Red-Blood- ed American Should Miss Seeing This is the only Picture in the WORLD that has been approved by Secretary of the Navy Daniels and Major General Scott. COMMENTS AJND APPROVALS. SOCIETY. I William .M. IHigglns, Gen. M. Reich-er- t, All Week at Masonic Theatre OPEN r. CENTS TO &XJL,. CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO e, EUCHRE AND LOTTO - Monday and Tuesday, Afternoon and Night office-seeker- s. e, I GRAND MINSTREL SHOW ',,1 i J1A ...EL NOMO MINSTRELS... Sunday and Monday, November 21 and. 22 -- NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS three-scor- non-Catho- lic AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES . non-Cathol- fifty-thro- FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. i Mes-dam- es i - Vin-oe- nt !Law-so- B9 20 C$sjfjrtJtlt - BECKMAN PHOTOGRAPHER Thirty-secon- FLORISTS out-of-to- fr I " JBCEJNTTaaOKlY RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colunis. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS JCAlDB XjRISH AAEHRICXad!ff. Men's EIj XOMO MINSTRELS. SHALE BRIGE MADE BY IN X.pUISVJlDLB ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS (BY Coral AMERICAN & JEFFERSON Snlcg Office: 1010 Clay Products are the BEST BRICK MADE IN COUNTY Intcr-South. Ridge Co. A minstrel show will be given under the auspices of the El Nome Minstrels at St. iLeo's school hall, Highland .Rark, tomorrow and Mon day evenings, the performances 'to begin at 8 o'clock sharp. A splendid programme of all the latest song hits has been arranged, while ,ho promoters claim all of the Jokes are of the latest vintage. PICTURE WORTH SEEING. All next week the Tri-Stat- e Film ExHibitlng Company will present at the Masonic Theater a picture .that all should see. It is entitled "Guarding Old Glory," and will prove interesting and instructive to men, women and children. "Guarding Old Glory" has Mho distinction of being the only picture In the world that has over received the approval of Secretary of the Navy Daniels and Major Gen. Scott. The price for all will be only ten cents, and "wo commend this picture as being one that our readers will appreENTERS CONVERT. I t I HA S Special Today DIdg. at Home Phone Shawnee 1731 P. I. BURKS & COMPANY (INCORPORATED.) 8CHLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OK ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS PIANO PLAYERS ELECTROTYPERS Modern Vlaver Tlllllt In Own Ptann Louisville, Ky Pianos and Piano Players Repalreoad Tuned. W. Main St., lias 1000-100- 8 Home Phone City 6674 West Walnut, Louisville N- -. "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON All Heady for Your Griddle In the HO IJVXJJVG 2121 Osage Avenue GUARANTEED $2.00 PIANO TUNING $2.00 I 1.50 Good, fur felt soft hats, with silk 'trimmings, Alpine and telescope styles; pearl with black braid, tan, Morning" ciate and enjoy. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) CASKETS AND UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. (Wholesale Only.) NATIONAL CASKET Incorporated Eleventh and Magazine CO., Street. Miss (Camilla iRaplor, one of the most popular young women of New THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. Haven and Nelson county, who has many friends in Louisville, left last INCORPORATED week for Wheeling, W. Va., whore she entered the novitiate of the Distillers Of Sisters of the Visitation at the Mt. OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH de hantal Convent. "IIOLLENBACH" PURE RYE RECEPTION AND DANCE. Louisville, Ky. 028 W. Main St. REPAIRING Phone Shawnee 1253 i I 1 steel, green shade.. Special today $1.50, GUIDE CAREFUL BUYERS Trinity Council, Y. M. I now looms on the basketball horizon and Readers of the kentucky Irish American .are earnestly will bo a strong contender with urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements Mackln'o team. Trinity has socured the services of Charles J. Gcisler as they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read-e- rs coach for the coming season, and he by accepting only firms of known responsibility. promises to put in the game one of the strongest basketball teams In the JOHN B. WATHEN local ranks. Gelslcr formerly played SOMETHING NEW with the Turner basketball five and FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Heating has proved a star. It is expected WAGON OR VAN that ho will prove a great value to J. L. BR0WNFD3LD & CO. 2525 West Walnut Street the Highland team, which will no Steam and Hot Water Heating doubt make a strong bid for local PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY 111 N. XKXBS STBEBT honors. Home 'Phono Shawnee 198C Homo Phone 7846 Cumb. M. 1592 TURKEYS FOR PRIZES. ARTHUR A. WILL TH0S. J. BR0DEEICK The married men of St. Boniface PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGH church will give a euchre, lotto and turkey raffle at St. Boniface Hall on Monday and Tuesday. Monday Home Phone, City .43&2-- J 2431 Montgomery Street evening there will bo euchre only. 1000 Z&ae Street This affair will be entirely in the Home Phone Shawnee 1010 hands of tho imeh of St. Boniface congregation, who will leave nothing Home Phone 1191 WM. ISGRIGG undone to provide a pWsant afterHollenbach's Wine House noon and evening for all who at tend. iMany handsome prizes and a SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprletoi largo number of fine turkeys have 4105 Henry Street Importer and Dealer In been secured. One of the features WINES AND LIQUORS of the occasion will bo the German Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-village, whore you can partake of 144 South Third Street bratwurst and oysters, coffee and refreshments. In addition to these 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS SEE POOLEY Eeatures there will be a fine tally FOR iMONEY ICONFiIDBNTTIAL prize at each game. .MANUFACTURERS RELIABLE SECURE ABLE LEADER. RELIABLE FOR BUILDER L. ILEVY'S Third and Market. SIMPLY PRESS STORY. Louisville Made Furnaces 210-22- 2 J. R. I'OOLEV Room 1, Courier-Journ- HOME KILLED MEATS STATE FAIR MEAT MARKET BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY A Pull Line of Fancy Groceries Fruit Cnko and Charlotte Russo Both Phonos 1104 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Call and Give Us An Order Homo Phone, City G574 WE SELL FOR CASH llios. H. Kennedy Louis D. Coady S CO. RITTER-HENNING- There will bo a Thanksgiving dance and reception for the members of tho local Knights of Columbus and their 'families next Friday evening at the club house Admission will be by invitation only and tho admission cards must be secured from Secretary Henry B. McBrlde. OPENED WITH DEBATE. UMBIUaPMWul SOCIETY DIRECTORY. Receivers and Shippers of Hay and Grain. Manufacturers of Shor-PlePoaltry and Stock Feeds Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Incubators and Brooders cz KENNEDY-COAD- Y CO. Incorporated MEN'S FURNISHINGS """631 LOUISVILLE, KY. WEST WALNUT STREET Home Phono, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. Unity Council, Y. M. il., of New A. 0. H. Albany, has arranged an interesting series of events for the winter meetDIVISION 1. ings, which was opened Wednesday Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleiler-kran- z night with a donate. Unity Council Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Is one of the most progressive in the President Mark Ryan. Atlantic Jurisdiction and Is open to Vice President William Cushlng. all Catholic young men. ST. MARTIN'S. From iRome the Associated Press sends tho unlikely story that iPope Home Phone City 2542 Benedict last Sunday made an imO. P. BENDER portant departure from the custom of the Pontiffs by visiting tho JERSEY DAIRY Church of St. Anna, adjoining the Ice Cream Manufacturer Apos'olic 'Palace, and thus going Special Prices to Churches and outside the Vatican precincts, acPicnics cording to the newspaper Giornale Both Phones d'ltalia. Since the fall of the First and College Streets temporal power one form of P,apal protest against the now order of things has been the seclusion of the Pontiffs in tho Vatican. ARCHBISHOP TRENDERGAST. S. Ninth St. 'Building Home, City 981 115 Fourth Street Cumb. S. 981 MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET CONFECTIONER AND CATEItESH Weddings and Parties Given Special Attention Charles Wolf, Manager PRANK FEHR BREWING COINCORPORATED - R. JEUNESSE "The Place Where Old Clothes Are Made to Look Like New." BPALDING DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. CO 'GRAN W. SMITH'S SONAL. S. SMITH, PROP. Members of St. Martin's parish are working very energetically for their entertainment In St. Martin's 810 YORK STREET Hall, Shelby and Gray, on ThanksTho Phono South 1753 Louisville, Ky giving afternoon and night. supper to be served by the ladles will oo appetizing enough to entice anyone to participate. Euchre and lotto games will be called at 2:30 and 8 o'clock, and many handsome - awards will foe mado. There will also bo a door prize for both the Admission afternoon and evening. will bo ten cents. BUILDING CONTRACTOR THANKSGIVING HOP. Funeral JJB09 Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. WEST JEFFERSON STREET, i 2 Tho Trinity Social Club will entertain with a dance next Thursday evening at their hall, Baxter and Morton avenue, and have arranged a special programme of dance music in honor of the holiday. CONSISTORY IN DECEMBER. reliable source 'From apparently SATISFIES THAT LONGING. there comes news that Pope (Benedict WWVWWWWWWWWMWWMWWWWWMUUWHtW will hold a secret consistory on Monday, December 6, and a public HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y consistory on the Thursday followINCORPORATED ing, when six Cardinals will be PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, created. It Is also stated that the DIVISION 4. Pope will hold another consistory Meets HONOR AIOlIiESS JUDGE. Second and Fourth Mondays, next spring, when ho will create sevCumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone Wii Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. eral more Cardninals. David Moylan sits on a Judge's President John H. Hennessy. Eleven years bench in Cleveland. Vice President Thomas Lynch. NOTRE DAME. ago a Financial Secretary Thomas J. b6th he was in switchman and he lost a railroad accident arms Notre Dame University and the Langan. his wounds Recording Secretary John J. After he recovered from turning the In America suffered Catholic church ho began to study law, ot Barry. an Irreparable loss In tho death with his tongue leaves of WCORrORATED Treasurer Pat Connelly. Ph. D., Dr. Edward Leo Green, and writing his notes with a pen or Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far- - pencil held In his teeth. Seven years LL. D., who passed away in the dtWstliT TnTnT Tfi Providence Hospital, "Washington, rell. ago he passed tho bar examination. FTTT Vsr"!! Sentinel M. J. McDermott. D. C. Dr. Greene was America's 9 ranking tenth In a class of 205. To greatest botanist and probably the day he Is a municipal Judge. Honor Y. M. I. distinguished Catholic scientist most to a man who made his way to tho Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, exculletw country slnco tho days of in this front against such obstacles! Ho waB a convert MACICIN COUNCIL, 203. Louis Agassiz. QRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. a Meets Monday Evenings to Catholicity, having been for at Club CATHOLIC UNIVERSITV. years an Episcopalian 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, J number of Dr. Greeno devoted over House, 344 North Twenty-sixtminister. B. c JOHN 1RAN President John J. "Lynn. The 'Board of Trustees of 'the thirty years of his long life of University held 'their First years almost exclusively to Murphy. Vice President John W. meeting last week at the his science and no man in America university. Only routine 'business more in science P. Second Vice President Martin was has accomplished Schadd. transacted. John J. Nelligan, than he has. Tho remains were Treasurer George J. Thornton. President of the Safe Deposit and brought to Notre Dame on Friday Financial Secretary A. C. Link. Trust Company, of 'Baltimore, was Cumb. Mam SOOS-- a Home City 2008 and the funeral took place Saturday Recording Secretary William G. elected Treasurer In place of 'Michael from tho University church, tho In- Bucket. -l"M 4"I"I"I"I"l' 'li MH H (Bishop 'I t" I"..I..i..I..l..I..i.t..I.I.i,. l 'l' Jenkins, lately deceased. terment being In tho University Canevln, of iPittsburgh, was elected Marshal .Harry Alberta. 512 CLAY STREET. cemetery. 508, 510 9 Inside Sentinel Edward GraUor. Secretary of the 'board In placo of "As Near io You as tbe Nearest Phone" Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfelf-fe- r. the late Bishop Maes, of Covington. TELEPHONE 2W X.OUISVTX.LiE. KT. PAJn'niiET OF INTEREST. An Executive Committee was also Oar Special $3.00 Spray appointed, composed of Cardinal Executive Committee Frank G. who Rev. Bachman, Frank Farley, of New York; Archbishop First Communion Books Oar Special $5.00 Wreath was for Francis O'Neill, O. P., Ber- - Adams, Thomas Andrlot, a time at St. Louis Geller, A. W. John R. Prendergast, of Philadelphia; Bishop trand's, this city, has gotten out a Barry. Caneyin, of Pittsburgh; The largest values In FuneCharles J. pamphlet that will no doubt attract ral Flowers ever offered in ROSARIES Bonaparte, of Baltimore, and Walter much attention. Ho points out very Louisville. George Smith, of Philadelphia. Tho SCAPULAR MEDALS forcefully tho weaknesses to be Dublin, Tho play Is a skit on re- - next meeting of the board will take For prompt delivery call 223 system crulting. found in the educational place on the second Wednesday both phones. See our new book, "llow to Gel school of which tho nfter Easter. FOR AVOMAN'S EVE. thought Is producing. Father O'Neill Mn.ried." takes up the question of text books Every Devotional Article here. DOES GREAT AVOKK. institutions, used in tho Chintz silks for linlnes still meet No trouble to show oods. Thero aro so many missions right inCORPOkATLD particularly in the public schools, with high favor. here In tho United States that are uruumiB ir Markers and Mausoleums. and points out how In many Instances Co. Now nowmjnop represent the church in purfel evenincr dresspa havn iAvna without 'tho necessities of worship Rogers Church Goods these books to the elbow. ttOO fourth Aynue Irailrvtlle, that the various tabernacle societies, Send for our illustrated designs a false historical light. He cites some 129 S. FOURTH AVE. of Nothing is better suited than voile organized In some long-fe- the larger and prices. specific Instances of this fact. And want. cities are filling a 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere " to the present fashions. he asks: "Does It not seem strange Large and new stock to select Some very chJc tailored effects aro The Convent of tho Sacred Heart In Holiday Gifts Itenerved oa Part that Catholic students can sit quietly Chicago has a Tabernacle Society from all high class work. 1'aymcnt. inactive In the public school class- secured In cape costumes. whoso are composed, of room whllo torrents of abuse are beHigh heels are closely related to zealous members with tho welfaro of women New Muldoon Monument Co. ing poured over the medieval the corset In the harm theyare d -- tho church at heart. They meet at Fifth and church?" Tho Catholic school Is dis- lng. i 551 S. Shelby, Near Chestnut regular Intervals and make vest652 South Third St. cussed and the Important work which Many of tho full dresses for street ments, altar linens, etc., for ten misWATCHES, OIAMOVDS, JEWiLRY It Is carrying on Is strongly shown. wear are of sergo combined with sionaries, whose names are handed Its great moral Influence for good Is silk. Everything guaranteed Watch and to tho society by tho Catholic Church emphatically Insisted upon. "So There is a good deal of soutache Extension Thero is also a jewelry repairing a specialty. essential is tho religious spirit to braiding used, but merely by way of Tabernacle Society. conducted by the Society tho soul of a Catholic education that finish. Sisters of Notre Dame In Cincinnati it has always been fostered as tho iBronze ia something different for These women have done much to- Schneider's Meat Market necessary qualification for suc most Funeral Directors woman who is tired of usual ward furnishing tho altar linens, cessful Work In the school room." the vestments, etc., for many a solitary 440 SOUTH FIFTH ST. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS A Catholic schools and teachers will colors. Embalmers. Ostrich plumes aro once more tabernaclo out In tho South and the Opposite tbe Cathedral. thus find in this pamphlet a strong making themselves felt In modish Southwest. There nre many priests and substantial argument in defenso on the waiting list of tho Catholic Choice Beef, Veal, Lamb, Mutton, eeio of the stand which they are taking in millinery. Society asking Teles hnn 11V. their work. The Central Bureau of (Many of the season's smartest Church Extensionlinens, challce3 fori name. Bacon, Pork, Lard, Sausaga. and Telephone City 2241. aro the publish- blouses show no .trimmings other vestments, altar tho Central Vereln other sacred articles necessary for ers of Father O'Neill's work. Orders than fine tucks. Wlvo your boys ma (daMMea tfeat will Furbishing such (Beads play an important part in Catholic worship. yrepwa tha for Uf. i, should be addressed Temple Build things for a triple hat trimming as well as, for drees act of love, poor'mlesHig,, ing, St. Louis. Itilsrflrs.pAll an act and bloHM garnitures. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEdh act of Many small cloth hats aro appear- of love toward, jffoiU SUPPRIBSSKD. loye for 111 W. Browr, XiMiavlUa, Xy. NEARS FOUR SCORE. ing, often in gray color, toned down can be tba pooifoul (Qr all work directed tgwari t&er relief). Gooduoted by the Xaverian Brother ijww fcunmMAi1 narhana ltv )iljtV- a, liv 1.,v Tia Hr4fta GMuwImU, . im..-- . ' . SeUatMo and Donations for thee' articles may be I Unat Baw nhirLur W ' rLnuthla. '.. Bmtoitt i -- munw i n9w jntami narrow ia geNreee. Preparatory Department, Lwrjw ZriT " .JTt sent to the offices of tBe Catholic NORTON BUILDING SwimmUft-- Pool. Well Bntiisped OyiMta-4m- . ,l...T.wmty-.,'0ty- , V.C.," announce for'plcot ed of MM muSHnr Church Extension Society; McCor- Saturday, Terma Br. Jmm, Dir. two years All thelateasd mwr Ktvljw ami i production at ue ADDey Theater in feoUve little, craVat bowi and ,. N.W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson i aa .m iound:: end. mick building, Chicago. here at MMouaWe J J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. On tho occasion of the meeting of the Hoard of Trustees of the Catholic University in Washington five Philadelphia priests .presented to a lLatin conSecretary Edward ATchbishop Prendergast the occasion Financial gratulatory address on Clancy. golden jubilee Recording Secretary Daniel Mc of his approaching His priesthood. Grace was Carthy. deeply moved by this token of reTreasurer Thomas Keenau. spect and responded very happy Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. and touching terms. in The address was composed by the Very IRev. Dr. DIVISION 2. Magulre, Professor of lLatin and Meets First Wednesday Llederkranz Dean of the Faculty of Letters. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. TURKEY' FESTIVAL. President Joseph Lynch. Vice Prenldent Daniel O'Keefe. The annual turkey festival of St. Recording Secretary John T. William's congregation will take Keaney. Secretary Edward J. place next Monday evening and a Financial largo crowd is expected to bo present Kelran. as a hearty welcome is always in Treasurer Thomas Hannan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. Hel- store from the members of this thriving little parish. The enterton. tainment will be held in the school hall, Thirteenth and Oak streets. DIVISION 3. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at HiberSPLENDID BUILDING. 0 nian Homo, Portland. President John M. Maloney. .The new building of the Catholic Vlco President Matt J. O'Brien. Sisters' College, In the vicinity of the Recording Secretary Thomas Catholic University at Washington, is approaching completion and will Kllleen. Financial Secretary John J. Hes- - be ready by December 1. It will slon, Jr. furnish tho student Sisters a largo chapel, several class rooms, laboraTreasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Kale- - tories of chemistry, physics, biology hor. and domestic sciences. Also library and reception rooms and other Sentinel Thomas Noone. needed accommodations. of-th- ESU LaBBBBBBBBBrZ9LaBBBBBBBBBBBaWn- - Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVIIJDE. KY. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE 1818-182- OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. 822 Eat Malzx VVVVVVVVVVVViVVVVVVi T MgMgMgMJMgM Sxt. text-boo- ks WIEDEMAN N BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTTj Funeral Directors - jh ' h. eev-enty-t- Cath.-ollnd and Embalmers - fifty-seco- I BOTH PHONES. - WALTERS' and - -- Clay Street Brewery GERMAN BANK MONUMENTS non-Cathol- ic mcch xhm if non-Cathol- ic i lt liaisiliinr riinMsir i BOBHLER , Market Sts. H.B0SSES0N and FJ3HR lieCTmiriiMtl OMcrai , I i avbnub; I MiMh jtti-i"- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT ! I - ' "", lio6e. K s 1 -- .- XCEJSTCDUOKCY IRISH AMBXfcXOJST. IRELAND. lecord of the Most Important of . Bacon a soj(5 j INCORPORATED ' HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Interest will center next month in Prediction That Quinine Shortly Will Advance to $3 an Ounce. What are you eoing to do for a remedy for Chills, Malaria or Fever? TAKE HHHHtHtMtMOMII FOURTH AVENUt 111 MMHH ' t HERMAN STRAUS wcoapaavea " SONS MARKET STRE5T (1 i the Recent Events Culled Irom Exchanges. Mon-agha- We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. WE CARRY A REPRESENTATIVE LINE OF tho clotclon of division officers. CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS GOODS AT REASONABLY LOW PRICES. ", sylvania last month. Interdivlsion debates are being STATUES madb an interesting feature at meetROSARIES Cool ings in Eastern cities. SHRINE LAMPS CRUCIFIXES possession. HONE GENUINE Thero will be a nice increase in THIS SIGNATURE. J. A. Shaw, of Mulltngar, was membership In North Carolina beCANDELABRAS Mighty Specials in Col- $5.50 PRAYER BOOKS Blankets appointed solicitor to tho Olulllngar fore the end of the year. HOLY WATER FONTS ored Blankets BIBLES District Council and Board of $4.25 In a number of cities It has been Guardians, In succession to the lato voted to consolidate tho divisions LESELTA REMEDIES COMPANY, N. MEDALLIONS ALTAR LACES 50c Children's Bed Blank-et100 pairs of J. iDownes. Incorporated Into one body tho first of the year. size 40x68 ; per pair. .39c By eight votes to five for Blankets; size 66x80; in CANDLESTICKS Louisville, Kentucky. ALBS Division 1 of Bridgeport, Conn., Constable Poyntz, .Michael Freaney, red and black plaid color 75c Gray Bed Blankets: size Is making progress in tho move to SCAPULAR MEDALS SURPLICES commission agent, New iRoss, was bring Its membership up to the 1,000 only; $5.50 values, for. .$4.25 AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. 50x72; per pair 65c elected Secretary of the New Ross mark. Gray Bed Blankets; Harbor Board. $1.00 66x80 The annual military ball of the Blankets The death la announced of the size 60x74; per pair 75o Hibernian Rifles wll bo the principal Timely $5.50 EDW. A. AMAN Thanksgiving celebration at ColumHOME PHONE CITY 3238 DAN J HENNESSY Record of Some Memor- - very iRev. E. St. Georgo, Prior of tho $1.25 Tan Bed Blankets size Augustlnlan tDrogheda. Fathers, able Events in the Catholic bus, Ohio. uuxau; per pair oSc A complete line of Father St. George was born in KilGarments Our Specialty. Fall and Winter History of America. There Is much activity In Utica and $1.75 Tan Bed Blankets; kenny In 1849. Blankets, including white scarcely a division or auxiliary meetsize 72x80; per pair. . . .$1.25 A new parochial hall was re and plaid; size 66x80, at ing pases at which new members are cently .opened in, Strabannon, and $2,00 "Whitp,. Gray or Tan , reduced price of, ..... . .$5.50, not received. By James A. Rooney, ILL. D. the opening attracted a largo crowd. Bed Blankets; extra Many divisions throughout the November 21, 1835 TheiRlght Rev. Tho funds for tho building were 72x84 country are holding memorials for heavy; size 74x80; largest Blankets raised by public subscription. William Clancy arrived in CharlesAlloh.Larkln and O'Brien, tho Mansize, each $1.50 $5.75 A farmer's son, named Bernard ton, S. C, as Coadjutor to Bishop chester martyrs. England; consecrated in Carlow, Farrelly, residing at Clara, died as UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. JeffersDn S'rcet Taie Hibernians of Midland, Md., 75x88 Jacquard Blankets A large assortment of Ireland, by Bishop Nolan, Febru- tho result of an accident sustained havo arranged for a big initiation ary 1, 1835; assisted at first by falling off a cart while going Blankets; size 72x Baby Blankets and public meeting in celebration of Provincial Council of Baltimore in home from Belturbot tho provlous t4&4&$&$4&&SP&M$&&$ 84; up from 5.75 Thanksgiving day. 1837: appointed Vicar Anostolie evening. Teddy Bear and Bunny Baby Jacquard Robe Blankets; of Guiana in 1838; died in Cork Milwaukee Hibernians, in a letter 'Patrick Hawo, a farmer, fifty Good Coffee Morning Necessity to Mrs. O'Donovan Rossa, pay high Blankets, in pink, blue and size 75x88, including ropes and i years or ago, who i" is resided at Dun- krinklo down wool tribute to the memory of tho de- November 22, 1G33 The Ark and malion, was knocked down by a frogs, in plaids, stripes, etc., r mm You'll find that Mulloj'i Coffei Is JUST whit you want parted Irish patriot. Dovo of the expedition 39c Blankets for... 25c of Cecil train near Glanworth station while while they last W Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of South Calvert sailed from Southampton, walking on the lino, recqivlng fatal 75c Blankets for... 69c $2.25 values..'. $1.69 2 1.3 lbi. Now Blend Gaitee with &S& England, to found the Catholic 'Injuries. Omaha finds much pleasure in the $1.00 Blankets for... 79c lOo Specinl itebate Tiokot. fiood for $2.50 values $1.89 s colony of Maryland; stopped at the afternoon Much regret is felt by tho parlsh-Cowat in trndo $1.50 Blankets for. . .$1.25 $3.50 values $2.75 in tho Isle of Wight to tako loners of Ballymachugh, Granard, at homes of tho members. aboard the Je3ult Fathors Androw the departure of Father Skelly from Ten thousand application blanks Tho Mulloj' rann in in your neighborhood White and John Altham. the parish. The parishioners pre- have been distributed for tho memevery week I'hone us nnil Iinve him call. We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates bership campaign in Pittsburgh, the N'ovember 23, 1851 The Most Rev. sontod him with a handsome token prizes in which total $225. Alexandre Antoine Tachc, O. M. , ot their esteem. I., consecrated at Marseilles, ' Tho Enmscorthy Guardians at A banquet will be given early next W. MARKET ST. DOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 Frnnnow, flflllnr iTMnTinn it Arith flni. wnnHv ,t,.U(.,tl, UUlJJUJU Willi v ..v ..VU.H. ..U.....U,, tW month in honor of Assistant CorporaT.WWJ mnntlnn nA.mntn.1 ..U1. and Coadjutor to the Right Rev. regret the resignation of Dr. Thomas tion Counsel Andrew C. Troy, 'Presi Joseph Norbort Provencher, J. Kelly as medical officer of Ennis- dent of Division 10 of Brooklyn. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account' Bishop of St. Boniface, Manitoba; corthy Dispensary, after a service of Tho Now York State tour of Nathirty-eigwith this safe, conservative, years. died Juno 22, 1894. ii tional President McLaughlin and 24, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more At a largely attended public meetI State President McCarthy was pro- November tftight 1901 Consecration of fhe Rev. Thomas James ing of the parishioners of Ardee hold at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 ductive of most satisfactory results. Conaty as titular Bishop of Samoa, recently steps were taken to raise per cent. No cost to you whatever. Thomas Maloney, of in Baltimore Cathedral, by Car- - a memorial to the lato Verv Rnv. Council Bluffs, formerly National The same courteous attention eiven the dinal Gibbons; born In Kilnaleck, Canon Rogers, who had charge of Treasurer, has been In New York and depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. years. uitviui, ireiuuu, August, i, uie parisn lor over tnirty-tw- o tho East on business in connection 1847; ordained In Montreal, De-- 1 Michael Farraghor, drill master with the order. We're Prepared to Do It Promptly Bishop 0f tho Ballinrobo Boy cember 21, 1872, by was The meeting of Division 4 Monday Bourget; pastor of Sacred Heart ' arrested on a charge of Scouts, in having Style. and in First-Clas- s ?.v Under the Big Clock evening will be a social one strictly, Second and Market church, Worcester, Mass., for 8 possession seditious literature, the entertainment committee having seventeen years; President of tho He was detained in the look-u- p Stato Government Supervision. for arranged a musical programme and iCathollc University of America in over nn hour, when ho was dls- will servo refreshments. apponiLuu tuiHiiop loao; oi charced Monterey and tLos Angeles, March Tho Imperial Lyceum, New York Owing to a deadlock between the City, held one of the largest and 27, 1903; died September 18, Athy Urban Council and the local HMMUUMUVMVnMWMMMMHUHUMiMUMtUMVWM1 1915. most enjoyable gatherings of the gas company over the cost of lightseason on the occasion of the Ladies' November 25, I860 The Right Rev. ing, the public lamps havo not been Auxiliary reception and annual ball. P. Dufal, C. S. C, consecrated lighted for some months, and Athy, Bishop of Delcon and Vicar though not afraid of Zeppelins, is as New York Stato will make a gratiCards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Apostolic (Bengal; dark as London. of Eastern fying showing before the end of the Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. year. In nearly every county an transferred to Gnlveston, Texas, as Coadjutdr to Bishop C. M. Dubois, of The death has taken placo of ono active membership campaign is beMay 14, 1878; resigned In 1880 mentho oldest and most respected ing waged and numbers of new memDance and Wedding Invitations In the public life of Sligo in the and died in Paris In 1898. bers being added. person of Thomas Scanlan. He had a Specialty. Thero will be no meeting of Divis- November 2C, 1819 The .Right (Rev. been a member of the Sligo Cor iHenry Conwell, Vicar General of poration since 1892, and was Mayor ion 1 on Thanksgiving night, but at HOME PHONE 946. Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of mo aiocese oi Armagn, ireiana, 0( gnR0 jn 1893 tho first meeting in December offitrading stamps, ar many other useful articles carried cers will be nominated and elected. After tho obsequies of tho lato Tnfth i 7 i President Mark Ryan asks that every ?riPnnS: .ftfn.S Tn Most Dr. O'Neill a meeting of in our premium rooms. H member then be present. f 'Priests f th August 24 the Parishwas 1776- 'donsecJated - vtvwvtwvunMVUMuuuuuuuuMVHUMnMtmuuv During the three months before held under the Presi'Dromore 1820 April d of Cardlnal j, the close of tho baseball season the November died 1911 ii, 1842 for th0 G I BIS IV STRIDEST. J5tO 27. The IMost Rev. mirnnHO nf w!nf n vi,v.r n.nnitnin,. WORK division at Dunmore, Pa., had a CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS John M. Farley, Archbishop of,of jjie flocese Tho .Vm-m. membership contest that added 12C New York, created Cardinal, title B (jidConville, of Lurgan, was names to tho roll. The prizes were &6 uyiu .uiueivu. elected. ui ouuitt iuurm 99 tickets and railroad faro to the Most iRev. William IH. O'Con-nel- l, the world's series. Archbishop of Boston, creAFTER MANY YEARS. ated (Cardinal, title of San UNIQUE RECEITIOX. After many years the people and A uniquo form of reception has children of St. Patrick's parish wil MATINEE DANCE. next week bid farewell to the hall been arranged by the people of 'St. L,(ulles'Suits Cleaned and Pressed $t .00 and school at Thirteenth and MarPaul's church, Jackson and Ken In conformance with their custom Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned and Pressed l.OO tucky, in honor of their new pastor, of tho holidays, the Ladies' Auxiliary, ket, which has sent forth many of Gentlemen's Pnlm Bench Suits Cleaned and Pressed.... 50c The most popular cooking device in tho Rev. Father Eugene Donohoe. A. O. iH will entertain with a mat- Louisville's most successful business Gentlemen's Suits Sponged and Pressed Monday 25c after- inee dance at Schreiber's Hall, and professional men. the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, On next Monday and Tuesday euchre Twenty-sixt-h Tuesday noon and evening a mammoth and iBank streets, next night and people will afternoon and assemble for a bakes perfectly and consumes the least and lotto and turkey raffle will take Thursday afternoon, Thanksgiving night tho place in the 'hall at Jackson and day. These unatlnee dances given by euchre and lotto party, when Mes- possible amount of gas. Kentucky streets, .when the people the auxiliary in the past several dames Henry Perrot, John Riley, E. Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. James McElIIott, It is made to last. of St. Paul's parish will all be pres- years have proved most enjoyable J. Whitehead, pastor welcome, and affairs and a large crowd is expected Catherine Noono and Misses Mary ent to bid their they cordially Invite all Father to be their guests. Good music will Black, Cella Nolan and Mary CorDonohoe's friends over the city to bo in attendance and dancing will coran will bo tho hostesses. For the children there will be a candy pullcome and Join with them those begin at 3 o'clock. Mrs, D. J. Dougherty, the Presi- ing and games on Tuesday afterafternoons and evenings in helping 215 WEST MARKET STREET. to celebrate the reverend father's dent, appointed Mrs. John Water- noon, with grab bags, refreshments advent at St. Paul's. Promptly at man, (Misses Bertha King, Niellie and dairy lunch, and also homemade goodies and turkeys. It is Dough2 o'clock each afternoon and at 8 Nolan, Mary Keane, Marie Horn.. City JilOl Guiub. South OGO-Davis expected all members of tho congre each evening the programme will erty, Nellie Woods, Corlnne open. Supper will be served to tho and Margaret Hourlgan as a recep- gation will participate In this a) guests for the CO. special both evenings, for which by tion committee of the affair. At & auxiliary the meeting menu is being arranged ELECTION NEXT MEETING. Wednesday evening three new memthe patronesses. INCORPORATED. bers were rocelved and applications iDesplte the downpour of rain on of three others acted upon, showing "WERE 3IARRIED IIERE. that the Ladies' Auxiliary is proper- - Thursday night of lost week there Quality Coal. . John J. Monahan and Miss Theresa ing. was a fair attendance at tho meet Bowling Green, were ing of Division 1, A. O. H., and the Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue Masses, both ofTuesday morning in SCHUSTER VS. MACKIN. married hero regular business was transacted. tho Church of St. Charles Borromeo the Lutz's Messrs. Gavin and Cloary, of two Tomorrow afterneon at and Chestnut. Th Visiting Committee, reported groom is master mechanic for tho Park the Mackln football team will members' on tho sick list. Ater L. and N. at Bowling Green, and go against the SchUBter eleven, their Secretary Dan McCarthy read the Miss Massey was a milliner thoro. strongest opponents for tho Inde- correspondence IPresIdont Mark c The Rev. Father T. J. Hayes, pastor pendent Kentucky championship. Ryan dispatched. the 'business in a Joseph's church, Bowling Tho Mackln boys are out to win this manner most pleasing to those presof St. Green, accompanied tho couplo hero game, and Manager Hogan will rely ent. There will be no meeting performed the ceremony. on his star, "Big Job" Becker, to Thursday night because of the and 1 1 1 m- Friends and relatives of both wit- penetrate tho strong Schuster line, Thanksgiving holiday, but at the He ono to M. J. BANN9H, hopes P. BANHOH, JR., LAWRENCE VEENEMAN. nessed the ceremony, among them while Manager Harris? be held December 9 officers Bennett, Mies with his line plunging backfleld, will be nominated and elected for being Miss Mamio VlH PfK. & Triac tot. & kf r. StcnUr. 713-71- 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Anna Monahan, Mrs. Julia Langan composed of King, Staebler, Adams the coming year. Despite tho sick. S. 293i. Hmh, Cfe 2399. TU?IMI-Cw- fc., MMBMHHM "Babe" Ryan and ness and deaths and other adand W. J. Bennett, all of Louisville, and Moeks. and George T. Masey, broher of the Crabbe will handle the game, which versities Division 1 will mako a good bride, and Carl Sullivan, of Bowling will bo called promptly at 3 o'clock. showing ior 1915. will Green. Mr. and Mrs. Mono-baEUCHRE ANDLOTTO. reeido in Bowling Green, where the FATHER nOGARTY BETTER. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Cass f Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, news of their marriage was an agreelaaaea's Patent Lidded Pise fer Steam Ceadalts, The married ladles of St Agnes The Rev. William Hogarty, able surprise. Wall Capias, Draia Tile, Titriled Rrkk, X chureh will entertain Tuesday after of St. Catherine's church at New , nooa and. evening with a mammoth Haven, and who was at Sts. Mary Fire f reels, FIe LUimg-- Fire Brick FORTY HOURS. euchre and lotto party and chicken and Elizabeth Hospital last week, Grate and leiier Tile, Gretd Fire Clay, Ckinaey tops. Tomorrow morning with high supper Iri the eebool hall, Baxter and has returned home, his condition beSpeed avenue, the proceeds to be ing much better. Peerless Common OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON mass the Forty Hours' devotion will Extra Pale Lager Father Hogarty open in the Church of Our Lady in for the benefit of the school. Among had been ill for several weeke and HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. Doe to the treat demand we arc now BOTTLING COMMON, Portsnd and St. Maryjtfagdalen'a on the many award will he ?2, 60 in wae unable to attend hie parish be9 Autofnebiles will meet the fore coming to Louisville. Brook Btret. There will be eervicef void. Hie WORKS 13tk tad Breck. eadMagttella Ave., Bet. 9tk mni lOth md if you hav tried the rest get the BEST. sot Bardstowa load ears at Deer Park friend throughout the dleeeee will aeh evening, the devotion NBS-HoShawn U and 99. Cumberland West 69, , oleelag until Tuesday. rejoice over his recovery. ivenae. 1 H "M"M'frHl t"H" as No. 37. ( Tho annual election of division of-- i fleers will bo held tho first meeting in December. Tho State officers have arranged for for a series of visits to tho divisions of California. Two new divisions of the 'Ladies Auxiliary were instituted in Penn- Don't forget tho quarterly meeting at Division 3's club houso tomorrow afternoon. Another division has been organized in Brooklyn and will be known steam Remedy The Patton totally saw mills, were destroyed. It 14 the best remedy known for took two days to extinguish the fire. (Father these conditions and is independ- way, has Connolly, O. S. A., of Gal- been transferred to Rome. ent of the quinine market. He will be succeeded by Father Guaranteed not to contain qui- Duffy, who returns from Rome. nine, arsenic or any harmful Or. J. A. Thompson, of Tempo Dispensary, has resigned his apdrugs. pointment, on his election to tho z. Magulrebridge dispensary district. Bottle $1.00 The funeral of the lato Martin ALL DRUGGISTS. Leahy, Limerick, was attended by Trade Mark Registered. representatives of the Harbor Board, the Corporation and the (Board of Guardians. 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