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Maloney, Daniel McCarthy and Dave Rellly were added numbers on er LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. materialistic and purely humanitarian in its tendencies, C. B. of C. V. COUNTY BOARD WHINING the musical programme, tho other Hears Glowing Reports From musical features being furnished by Complaint That Great Britian trio, who had been tho Morris-LarnMakes Against tho United Presidents of Four Local especially secured for the occasion. States. Hibernian Divisions. Later in tho evening all present Joined in singing the good old Irish numbers, which went with a vim, and before adjourning tho Entertainment Committee was given a rising justice 'and equal rights, should not bo true to its traditions if now, that it has undertaken the recognition of Carranza, it permitted him to continue b. career of Injustice and outrage. Our Catholic people await tho outcome with anxiety and RECENT DEATHS. I SOCIAL SPIRIT DEMOCRATS FATHER REANEY'S FUNERAL. personal Thousands Influenced Practical Actions of and associatesofofthotho Rev. friends Of Jefferson County to Attend. Father Medieval Public Bodies Inauguration in Largo William Henry Ironsides Reaney, who was the son of the commander Numbers. and Societies. j church over the remains of Miss Americans Understand Llttlo Mary Callahan, a most estimable-woman- , President William J. Connelly who died at tho home of her vote of thanks for the enjoyable and Like Less Growing Presides Over Enthusiastic brother-in-laWilliam Arkenhurg, evening. In addition to Rev. Father English Feeling. Meeting. 1510 West Main street. A wide Kealty, the division chaplain, Very w, services were held Sunday afternoon thelast solemn at St. Patrick's Division 4 Will Give Marble present. Father Crowley and Rov. Fathers Baxter and Fitzgerald were Rov. ORGANIZE LADIES' BRANCH. circle of friends and acquaintances mourn her death. Altar Steps to Dominican Church. SOCIAL MEETING A Enemies of Germany Have Been Parents, brothers, Bisters and friends and neighbors jwero sadly Furnished Ammunition and Money. SUCCESS Sunday afternoon an informal and interesting meeting of the County Board, A. O. H., was held at the Hibernian Home on Portland avenue, the preliminary to the regular and quarterly sessions Which will bo preconsecutive. The meeting was Will-lasided over by County President J. Connelly, who had read a communication from National President McLaughlin pertaining to the good and welfare of the order, after which ho gave his views and offered four suggestions for discussion and action. When called upon President Mark Ryan, of Division 1, in a clear, concise and impressive manner reviewed in the history of the Ancient Order by Louisville, the good accomplished Division 1 and the adhesion of its living members to the grand old orHo der and its noblo principles. touched upon all tho questions teresely and was frequently applauded. Joseph Lynch, 'President of Division 2, tho next speaker, briefly referred to the doings of his division, the sick and death claims paid and tho money that still remains. He also submitted a queslon which will be discussed at the next board m At a well attended meeting of Catholic ladles and gentlemen last Sunday afternoon In the parlors of the Knights of Columbus action was taken that portends the organization In Louisville of tho largest ladles' branch of tho Catholic Knights of America In tho country. Ladles camo In automobiles and street cars, and when Gen. Michael Relchort was chosen Chairman and Eugene McCarthy made Secretary there was an Interested and enthusiastic gathering. Gen. Reichert returned thanks for the honor, saying it was auspicious the ladles' branch was being ormed on the birthday of Pope BenCapt. Michael Qulnn, of edict. Brooklyn, who is a Supreme Trustee, was warmly greeted when presonted, his presonco being a happy surprise. Capt. Quinn said he camo hero with the sole hope that tho ladies would organize. There were, lhe said, 2,000 ladies in the branches organized, and their work had been moBt successful, the meetings being always of a social and enjoyable nature. Ho also dwelt upon the great good tho order had done and tho twenty millions paid tho wives, children and parents of deceased members. Mrs. Miss Theresa McDermott, Harry Veeneman, Mrs. Werner and RULE OF bereaved by the death of little Thos. Albert Breen, son of Michael and Breen() who Ellen Lardner to pneumonia on Monday at tho family residence, J1376 South UNREASON IS ENGLISH Eighteenth street. Thelfuneral was held Wednesday afternoon from St. George's church. suc-sumb- ed f In its last Sunday's Issue the Chiof Thomas Tho funeral cago Tribune editorlally.asserts that who died at the residence ono of thr things that Americans ofl his daughter, Mrs. Stephen Nalty, was understand little and like less is the 511 North Nineteenth street, PatSt. apparently growing English feeling held Monday morning frommany old that the United States has a place in rick's Church, attended by Sergeant John Malonoy pointed to the great progress made by Division 3 through tho zeal and activity of its members, who have purchased a nail and home of their own and deserve great credit. John H. President of Division 4, spoke In glowing terms of tho achievements of tho men of Limerick, who are steadily increasing their membership. Hn alluded, to their recent big initia- ,tlon ahd'another also spoko encouragingly or tne future of the order, his words enthusing his hearers and winning applause. Director George J. VINCENTTANS REORGANIZED. Butler eloquently and logically discussed tho main questions, expressing The national conference of St. faith in tho Ancient Order and the Ho also Vincent de Paul Society representaprinciples it enunciated. paid tribute to the patriotism of tives, who assembled In Washington who always were to reorganize the order, closed at tho ready and willing to aid a good cause. Catholic University in Brookland on Plans wero completed for Mr. Butluer is one of tho old guard, Sunday. who has held high offlco with honor, extending tho work of tho organizaand tho applause given him was proof tion and the country was divided into of his strong hold on tho Hibernians. ecclesiastical provinces, which will Attorneys Lawrence J. Mackey report to Thomas M. Mulry, of Now and William P. McDonogh urged co- York, tho newly elected President of operation between tho members for the Superior Council. It was decided their uplift and. kept their hearers in to establish the national headquarters cheerful mood. Both wore gratified of tho organization In Washington. with tho excellent showing and At Saturday's session President Mulstanding of tho order in Louisville. ry was elected to head tho Superior Daniel McCarthy, of Division 1, Council, which will have Jurisdiction was greeted with applause when he over 961 parish conferences In this arose, but owing to the lateness of country with a membership of 15,000 the hour ho said bo would only In- men actively engaged in relieving dorse tho views already expressed, the distress of the poor, irrespective fn concluding ho spoke earnestly of of religion, color or nationality. Last the love of faith and nationality of year the charity workers spent ?750,-00- 0 the Irish race, whoso descendants in on relief of poor, found employthis country look to the Ancient Or- ment for 5,000 men, relieved 33,000 der of Hibernians for every good families and made 288,000 visits to national move and entertainment, the homes of tho poor. Heretofore esDeclallv tho observance of St. Pat each conference of the organization rick's day. Thomas Lynch, of Divis- transacted its affairs In this country ion 4, who has tho record of bringing and Its international relations inde moro men into tho order than any pendent of tho other conferences. other in Louisville, told how he suc- under the reorganization tho various ceeded and was given tremendous ap- conferences will report to and plause when ho stated ho had six through the Superior Council. Admore applications for tho next meet- dresses in which the work of the soing of Division 4. There being no ciety was lauded wero made by Bishfurther business the meeting ad- op Thomas J. Shanhan, rector of the journed to meet on Monday night, Catholic University, and Archbishop 29, all present being Hanna, of San Francisco. November pleased with the proceedings. Among tho delegates who were Division 4 played the role of host prominent in the deliberations of the Monday evening and played It well, conference were John A. Doyle, judging from tho expressions heard President of tho Louisville Particular on all sides from tho largo crowd Council, who will make a detailed rein attendance. Only a short business port of tho proceedings at tho next session was held, tho most impor- quarterly meeting. tant feature of which was tho appointment of a committee to arrange GREETED BY TIIOUSANDS. for the building of now marblo steps Amid the acclamations of thou to tho main altar of St. Louis sands, tho waving of flags church. This was taken un- inspiration of exalted prayersand tho and an at the suggestion enthusiasm that lifted the heart and der consideration chaplain, Rev. Father made young and old feel proud of the division thab Kealty, who stated that the Dominithey were citizens of this glorious" can church was now undergoing a republic, on Monday Louisville comnlete renovation, frescoing, etc., welcomed and sped on its homowaid and that it would be a token of way the famous Liberty Bell that and reflect the close connec- rang out the freedom and inde- church and mem- pendenco of this country nearly a tion between tho bers of the Hibernian order. Every century and a half ago in Philai member present was enthused over1 dolphia. The arrangements made by) the suggestion and it was unanU Mayor iBuschomeyer and his assistmously agreed that a committee bo ants wore perfect, and not the; given full power to arrange for the slightest incident occurred to man building of the new marble stops, tho the harmony of the occasion. All following committee to act: John l. classes and creeds and conditions Hennessy, John J. Barry, Thomas J. were represented in tho programme Langan Fergus Mooney, James and magnificent ceremonies; Cath L. J. Meany, Thomas Lynch, olics, iProtestants, Jews, stood to Patrick Connelly, Edward White, D. gether shoulder to shoulder, under' J. Xtellly and Patrick O'Donnell. the starry folds of our nation' following the short business session (lag, trad acclaimed that flag and the Entertainment Committee, com- bell which had proclaimed our counposed of Thomas Lynch, James Two notable intry's freedom. Lawrence Meany and M. J. cldents were the tribute paid the a famous relic by the orphans of Stv McDarmott, who had arranged Vocal and musical programme and a Vincent's Asylum, who waved flags bounteous line of refreshments, made and cheered as the train passed the everybody feel at home and happy. city limits, and the Tinging of During the entertainment part of the and Episcopal church bells programme talks were made by as the car entered and left the pre-- " County VIee President John M. ednots of Pewee Valley. Hen-ness- y, ed Irish-America- mooting. others expressed themselves anxious for tho establishment of a branch composed of ladles who would bo active apd always doing things right. After a number of applications had been received It was decided to hold the charter list open until Now Year's, when tho branch will elect Its officers. Secretary Meehan and Treasurer Veeneman, of tho State Council, William M. Higglns, Capt. Oscar Maler and others opined that many were anxious to become charter members, and therefore it was decided to hold another meeting at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon in St. John's Hall, Clay and Walnut, to which all Catholic women and their friends are invited- Before leaving .the city Capt Quinn said ho was pleased with all no witnessed. It Is the intention to present tho ladles $100 when the branch is instituted. the war and for other sordid reasona If not for cowardice In refusing to take it. When tho Germans revilo us wo can understand it. Industries In tho United States furnish tho enemies of Germany with ammunition and guns and 'bankers in the United States furnish them with money. We know why the Germans hato us, but tho English emotion comes out of some species of national egotism that wo can not completely understand. There Is an assumption not only that English policy Is sacrosanct, but that it conserves, necessarily because it is English, all tho liberties and fortunes of humanity. This is a side whiskered vestryman's concept tlon of the Importance of his virtue and of the infallibility of hiq judgment. Naturally it roils an American, conscious that the attitude of the United States towards Great Britain has been one perilously near benevolent rather than to find himself strict neutrality, the target of a complaint that is whining rather than dignified. Our place is not in this war. It would have been an atrocity of to havo American statesmanship Involved us In It. It is 'a war of European politics. We are told that a victorious Germany will turn on us. Sensible Americans will take a reasonable view of that and sensible Americans are supporting preparedness plans which will deter a or. any other victorious nation from undertaking a conquest of tho United States. TO say that Germany will get us is to put forth an utilitarian argument and wo have a right to dismiss without being called ignoble. It is when the moral mood is adopted and our; touches complaint tho recreancy to a duty imposed by truth, honor and humanity that tho American is likely to find himself provoked to irascibility. The English have a perfectly good reason for being at war with Ger-- i many and it is not a moral reason.1 If nothing but the moralities had been involved ir tho issue, Great Britain would be devoting herself! to the business opportunities oponed by other nations quarrels. The Englishman who thinks otherwise is either a sanctimonious Pharisee or a victim of To enter a war for material reasons and then complain against tho morality of a nation so aloof from the causes of the war as the United States and call it ignoblo for remaining aloof from the action. exhibition of Is to give a strange egotism. hatefully ilt may amaze Americans to learn that this "whimpering sort of complaint against the United 'States is current and gaining strength in England. It is so preposterous that it soems an impossibility, but certain: forms of English respectability will yield themselves to such a distortion of fairness and rationality. Surely it can not represent decent English opinion, but If It gets circulation enough it will begin to influence it, and if it gets circulation enough over here it will produce the greatest irascibility this war has caused In tho United States. Jf Americans are to he called poltroons because they are not up to their necks in a war of European politics such as Europe has suffered from often enough times .before, they will know that the rule of unreason Is the rule of Great Britain. i whole-heartedly self-hypos- ls. us For friends and acquaintances. many years he was a well known locomotive engineer, but had retired because of hLi advanced age. of William W. Elliott, Funeral services over Ber-tran- m Mc-mgt- Mc-Tlg- - There are seemed impossible. nunciation of unjust business deal- folk who would tear from tho soldier ings,'1 jot in general phrases but in they wear, detailed" explanation, from tho ser- and sailor the uniform statues of who would demolish our mons of the famous Berthold von heroes, Idea of that is Regensburg. ""It Is most refreshing peace. becausemen may their look on not to hear this grehrfc, preacher, for ex- ChaplainThose ample, tell to those ho dealt In can there Reaney as you and I, but glorious, be anything tho selling of meat and drink: "if moro eloquent than a more who has man measly or rotteh flesh thou offerest one to work for that thou hast kept so long untirit, two objects in life his country. For "od, for bo corrupt, thou art guilty per twetl the otheryears Father Reaney chance of one man's life, perchance did that.! of ten. Or If thou offerest flesh that Surrounaln;: tho coffin were many was unwnoiesomo oeioro tne from slaughter or unripe of age, which floral offerings, Including those Navy thou knowest well and yet givest it Vincent Astor, the Army andE. Heartfelt sympathy is felt for tho for sale, so that folk eat It into Club, the Elks, and Edward FahiOReaney family of John E. McCartin, of Jef- their clean souls which aro so dear were aIn the hands of string of, gold crucifix fersonville, whoso funeral was cele- a treasure to Almighty God, then beads, given to and a few days' &go him a brated at St. Augustine's church on dost thou corrupt tho noble treasure AmonVJ nnrl Intact nwnn.J Ih Tuesday. Mr. McCartin waa an up- which God hasliuried in every man; by Miss Constance McCall. Congress- Hll T. fltlrl in tho church woro expected to take advantage of tho citizen, and his record thou art guilty of the Wood of the those G. Murray Htilbert, right man and man Admiral oppbiiunity. at tho Indiana Reformatory stamped folk." From tho original ordinances of Charles D. Sigsbee, Col. H. T. Ryan, Tho Kentucky Irish American him as one of tho most.'efficient offand craft guilds Dr. J. E. Rearden, Commander D. called attenYJon last week to tho icers ovor connected wlthjthat institu- various merchant wo learn of the religious spirit which W. Watson and Mrs. Annie Reaney miserable fiasco four years ago when tion. He 1b survived by his wife, McKenzie, sister of Father Reaney. tho L. and N. brought tho Louisville Mrs. Alice A. McCartin; a son, permeated these organizations and Tho were from the Democrats into McCartin, a member of from the accounts of rankfort thrco Charles J. bar, and two writers and students we aro in- navy Lieut. Commanders C. R. hours too lato and hen they were tho Jeffersonville Bronson and R. B. Craft; met by no reception committee or daughters, tho Misses, May and formed of what this spirit produced Miller, A.H. William J. Captains P. Jones and A. L. Genevieve McCartin. Ho also is sur- in actual practice. escort wnatever. This xas com Cunningham, to vived by his motherr Mrlj. Sarah Mc- Ashley and William this period, in W. C. and Chaplains --W, G. Isaacs, mented upon In JdurnaT Cassard and R. D. Workman. Frankfort this week and action the able historians of Cartin; a brother, Edward Mc- detailed fashion, relate the Ideal or taken by the Democrats of Frankfort Cartin, and a sister, Miss Genevieve social justice which influenced MEAGHER CRONAN. which resulted in Chief Marshal R. McCartin. medieval the practical actions of the A. Brawner appointing R. L. Tobin public bodies and associations. Fair One of tho most interesting and DENOUNCE STONEMEX. wages wero aimed at, fair dealings beautiful of the fall weddings was (Undo Dick), T. Mack Phythlan and John V. McDermott as his special In business, the protection of the Specials to the dally press reveal consumer. "Tho use or tne cneap that of George P. Meagher and Miss aides to see that tho Loulsvillo Maymo C. Cronan, which was sol- Democrats wero not slighted in any a hostile feeling in Philadelphia lahor of women was regarded as a emnized at St. John's church Thanks- of tho inauguration ceremonies. Tho political rule with disfavor." The articles of against tho Rov, Father Frankfort Committee also announce movement so stlnglngly rebuked at tho spurriers of London, assented giving afternoon, the the recent election. Tho Stonemen's to by "tho good folks of the trade," Schuhmann performing wore cere- that the Duckworth Club of Cincinmony. The attendants Miss nati, tho largest political organizaClub, formed a year ago and now requiring that members of their having a membership in that city of trade should not bo allowed to work Nellie Cronan, sister of the bride, tion in that city, will take part, and 104,000 Protestant men, and which at night because of the "many per- and John J. Davis. A beautiful as tne ciud roster contains $ver was tho storm center of tho recent sons of the said trade who compass musical service preceded tho arrival 6,000 names a big representation la campaign, in which it was how to practice deception in work," of tho bridal party. The bride, who assured. The inauguration exorpolitical is an attractive girl, woro a gown cises will tako place at tho Capitol generally accepted as tho taking advantage of the night to "inCatholic organization, has brought troduce false iron, and iron that has of heavy Ivory satin, embroidered In building at tho noon hour sharp. down upon itself the wrath of almost been cracked, for tin," and "to pub seed pearls, which formed a pattern Tho Executive Committee of FrankThe V fort invite all citizens of the. State, all Protestant clergymen in Phila- gilt on false coppers, and cracked," of roses across the bodice.long cut very tulle regardless of political affiliation, to delphia, who now declare It to bo might be quoted as an example of neck wasfell over low and sleeves tho hands. Her bo present and particlpato in tho nothing moro than an adjunct of tho the public morality of the time. long tulle veil was a cap effect, celebration. Protestant Episcopal church. They Tho spirit of solidarity in tho by At the coming session of tho Intend to break its strength for this medieval town is dwelt upon at held in placelilies a band of pearls and of tho valley. She" Legislature Representative Georgo reason, and will organize to do so at some length by tho editor, and tho clusters of a general meeting of the Ministerial reasons aro given for this splendid carried a French shower bouqiret B. Barrett, of this city, has anUnion. The fight is the biggest re- spirit; the necessities in which theso consisting of brldo's roses and lilies nounced his Intention of Introducing ligious sensation of many years in growing towns found themselves, of the valley caught with bow knots a bill compelling those in tho rural Philadelphia. and tho social teachings of tho of white satin baby ribbon. The districts to register every October, Georgo Wharton Pepper, noted church. "The Influence of medieval maid of honor was attired in a yel- placing them on tho same footing as lawyer and Episcopal layman, and thought In promoting tho spirit of low satin gown and carried yellow the city and town voters. This was chrysanthemums tied with pink tullo. advocated in theso columns moro Rov. H. C. Stono, of Trinity chapel, solidarity is not to be wholly over- Sho wore a French cap of val lace than a year ago, and for no other founder of tho Stonemen, aro alleged looked," says the by many ministers to be responsible Hamilton. "Tho town was born in with yellow satin streamers. The reason than that of preventing tho for the reading into the Stonemon'a an atmosphere saturated with tho church ceremony was followed by a wholesale thefts in both tho primary Catholicism. supper and reception given at the and general election in the mountain of Medieval ritual of important tenets of the Bplrit of Brotherhood and equality had long bride's home on East Breckinridge districts, where the Republicans Episcopal church ritual, chief Later tho bridal couplo loft havo been In the habit of turning in which Is the "laying on of hands" in been preached 'by the church. Verti- street. trip West. equality was never for a S they needed or whatever vote the "third degree." Ministers of cal or thought they needed to carry a in chivalry or in the other faiths say they can not sanc realized either many medieval institutcontest, this being shown in tho APOSTOLIC BLESSING. tion tho administration of sacraments church. But Stanley race, when tho returns by a club. Tho "laying on of hands" ions- presented a fair semblance of equality. or intra-claFederation members throughout were held back for several days and Is actually tho rlto of confirmation horizontal ecthe United States are advised that for no sane reason. It Is also very In the Episcopal church. Bishop It was under the influence of Most Rev. John peculiar that In a general election Rhlnelander, of tho Protestant Epis- clesiastical precedents that the towns His Excellency copal church, has .been asked by the established their now organizations. Bonzano, Apostolic Delegates, has in- the Tenth and Eleventh districts go featStonemen to become chaplain, and A study of tho characteristic great formed the National Secretary of tho overwhelmingly Republican, giving of Catholic one cause to think that no Democrat would therefore perform tho acts to ures of the gilds ofshow how which American Federation things to Societies that he received a lettor ever lived within tho mountain conTho was tho number which the clergymen object. to religious in- from His Eminence Cardinal rl fines, yet when there is an interestlatter declare that unless tho ritual they were indebted few wore tho convoying to all the members ing contest in tho primary between Is modified they will be compelled stitutions, and how springing out of of the federation the Apostolic Democrats there aro thousands of to offer members of their congrega- real innovations urban life. Intho newly tions who aro Stonemen tho alterna- fluenced by created habits of thought blessing of His Holiness Pope votes cast, and usually cast one way, such raco for tive of renouncing either ono of their and freed from the obstacles opposed Benedict XV. Cardinal Gasparrl ns In tho United States Senator, when Beck- RECOGNITION NOT AUSPICIOUS. alliances. Following is the statement by an already stratified society, the gratefully acknowledges tho copy of bam owed the resolutions of the Toledo conhis election to tho votes of Rev. Asa J. Ferry, speaking for merchant gild legislated wun wo vention and states that tho delibera- from the Republican stronghold. Tho American recognition of tho tho Ministerial Union: placing .social in- tions that concern the defense of view of That thousands of fraudulent "Wo stand agreed absolutely in a end in above clas3 or individual Carranza Government of Mexico Is terests tho rights of tho Holy See and the votes are cast in that section of the called "not auspicious" In a lettor refusal to sanction tho administra- interests." rules to govern the social and relig State no one denies, yet tho Louis' from Archbishop Glennon to tho tion of sacraments by a club, on the Thus we are furnished with anBet Herald of tho American Catholics, priests of the archdiocese or St. ground that euch rites belong to a other evidence of the salutary social ious lifeas the activity displayed by vlllo for fair and others the up he cry elections, Herald asking them to celebrate a church and should not be made the Influenco of the church upon eco- aa well Louis to time about behalf Thanksgiving mass for Mexico. The rites of a club. We also positively nomic conditions, as shown in tho the latter in praise, of Mexico, aro raving from time negro districtsposin and that the sible frauds in refuse to enter Into any fellowship medieval era. At times, in super- - deserving of letter says in part; delib- Louisville, but "In making this, our thanksgiving which requires Protestant Episcopal ficially studying the social phe- Holy Father approves of thesefedera- the mountain never a word about and encourages tho for the blessings we enjoy, we should confirmation. We object firmly to nomena of various periods of history, erations continue with zeal In the to Another iniimco of tho evils of remember especially our neighboring tho slight Implied upon may be tempted to think that tion work It has begun. wo shown right here people in Mexico, who have suffered churches by a refusal to recognize ono age in Its fundamental consid- good In tho county Witslde of Louisville of the revolutions their orders. Wo aro sympathetic to erations and in Its thought for the so much because when Republican leaders Imported ALUMNI OFFICERS. which afflict and continue to afflict the fellowship idea Involved la tho good of the people- - is tho same as negroes by tho hundreds and voted The Stonemen movement, but we feel another and that tne evus oi n that unfortunate country. County Treasure Thomas D. them against the Democratic ticket, revolutionary leaders and their fol- also that we can not unite on any time are likewise much as at any causing the defeat lowers have in turn plundered and such basis as that suggested by Rev. other, changed in form of course by Cllnes was elected President of St. Representative for of the Democratic tho first time In They have destroyed the Mr. Stone and Mr. Pepper." looted. Mia nhaneine material progress. But Xavier's Alumni Society at the ancounty. history ofc subsistence and in many cases the careful reading Of the testimony nual meeting of tho organization the Herald's Jefferson purity Yet the Idea of ia held at St. Xavier's College Tuesday the peaceful and lawful Impartial writers, lives of the MAOKIN'S ELECTION. of somewhat very highly not polities citizens of America, so that today, those likely to be prejudiced in night. Other officers chosen are by manyIs since regarded it deserted the Bull First Vice while the leaders thrive, the people iMackln Council, Y. M. L, will nom- another direction, in regard to the Frank J. 'Dougherty, starve. It Is true that the arecent inate officers for the ensuing year" Middle Ages must convince us that President; ILouIs J. tHackett, Secre- Moosers forofthe Republican cam fund this recognition of Carranaa, perhaps the next Monday night, the election to in that time there did exist a public tary; Robert G. (Wulf, Treasurer;! paign larger one ofyear and the Ths next year. !' and George M. Brown, social solidarity 6 worst of the revolutionaries, J not be "held 'December iPreeldent spirit of on the eleetton auspicious; still we cherish the hope John J. Lynn has given tbe council justice which other eras have not the Jev. John Hill, Spiritual Di- present attack by SMuty M that the Government of the "United a srood administration, and if he shown. And the fundamental reason rector; 'Eugene J. Cooney, Henry- tabulators ia construed of a Ketald the failure together with the Govern- allows the use of his name will r be for this IB plain the teachings oi Nitzken, S. fTwyman Mattlngly, Ray- pique over get his finger States, to ments of the Southern republics, who given another term. The elections Catholicism were responsible. It is mond A, Schuman and W. P. Mc- reported one contest will in tSe fto. Only result from saw fit to give him recognition, will o "Mackin are always exciting and these teachings which we need today Donogh, Executive Committee.anFolenwas the recent electioa, that of Brks-dal- e not now desert an unoffending peo- bring out the largest attendance of to give life and vitality to the mod- lowing the election there smoker. Bamlett ern social movement, at present so joyable social hour and ple. Our Government, founded on the year. resident of Jeffersonville, wero held" Sunday afternoon at St.1 Augustine's church, Rev. Father Halpin officiating. Tho deceased was a' well known contractor, and his death followed an apoplectic stroke suffered Thursday night of last week. Besides his wife, who was Miss Bridget Flood, he Is survived by three sons, William W. Elliott, Jr., Harry W. Elliott and Richard R. Elliott, and tour daughers, Mrs. Charles W. Williams, Mrs. Agnes Sweeney, Mrs. Roger B. Allen and Miss Charlotte Elliott, all of Jeffersonville. -Mc-Ca- ll. theemains ship" from the great Summa of St. and when such an occurrence a respited Thomas Aquinas, and of the de time some of the U. S. S. Ironsides, and chaplain In tho navy for twenty years, attended his funeral services in St. Recent Work on Economic Prob- Patrick's Cathedral in New York City. There were many who could lems Point to This not get into tho crowded church, but Fact. on Blood in tho throngs of people Fifth avenue during the ceremony, where companies of marines and sailors from the Brooklyn Navy Brotherhood and Equality Havo Yard, with arms draped, wero posted as an honor guard. The Rev. Father Been Long Preached by Lopez, a cousin of tho late chaplain, Church. was celebrant of tho mass, assisted by tho Rov. Thomas Duffy and the Rev. John J. Brady, chaplain of the Among the battleship Arkansas. TEACHINGS WE ALL NEED TODAY clergymen within the chancel wero the rector of tho Cathedral, Mon-slgnMonsignors M. J. Lavelle; Mooney, Connolly and McNlchol, and The University of Chicago (Free Chaplain Vincent McGean of tho Fire Press has recently issued a collec- department. A special choir was comyoung priests from tion of extracts on economic prob- posed of thirty Seminary. Chaplain lems, edited hy one of the profes tho Dunwoodie John Chldwick, of tho battleship sors of that institution, Walton Hale Maine, in a eulogy of Father Reaney Hamilton. In the first division of said: tho book quotations aro given from "The public does not know that various authorities on "Antecedents this man brought together in tho Bay of Modern Industrialism," dealing of Manila tho Commander-in-Chie- f of with conditions in the Middle Ages. tho American fleet, Admiral Dowoy, We learn of tho "Gospel of Steward tho Archbishop of Manila at a or Frankfort Democrats Plan to Avoid Trouble of Four Years Ago. General Registration Bill Will Be Introduced at Frankfort. THE HERALD IDEA OF REFORM At a meeting of tho Louisville and Jefferson county Democrats Wednesday afternoon It was decided to havo If possible every Democratic organization in this district represented at the inauguration of Governor-eleA. O. Stanley on December 7, and to that end a committee of arrange- ments was appointed to secure special trains, bands of music and to petition tho Board of Safety for a detachment of mounted police for an V escort. County Attorney A. Scott Bullitt will be Grand Marshal, and ho will be assisted by John J. Barry, President of tho Moso Greon Club; Charles L. Barker, Secretary of tho local Democratic committee; Charles B. Norton and Hunter Burke. It la planned to havo two trains, the first to leave at 8 o'clock and tho second at 8:25, both to arrlvo at tho same time in Frankfort. Among tho clubs that havo agreed to attend aro tho First Ward Democratic Club, Shelby Democratic Club, Central Democratic Club, Bluegrass Democratic Club, Shawneo Democratic Club, Moso Green Club, Kentucky Colonels, Jefferson Democratic Club and tho Social Democratic Club. A special rate has been obtained from . ct AT non-Cathol- pall-beare- rs Hal-ste- ad -- tho-Sta- anti-Catho- lic anti-Rom- an f non-Cathol- inter-cla3- Morrow-- ss Gas-par- Stanley-Beckha- m J ft , N doublo-crosser- s. or-o- Sergeant-at-Arms- -- ; jao&j&TXJO&rxr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. EVERY SATURDAY. Moral AavMceaaatat el trM AmrktM Crated te tk Social wd Odetelly Indorsed by Aaekat Order of Hfceralaaa, Ytawg Iatthate and CatfeoMc Kalglffe of America. PUBLISHED irish ajmijerx&a.j& Give 3XX8aac8SS3C83CKKK8383 SOGIETY. Nashville. . I sal CMHwllw Mtai The Greater Toy Store HUNDREDS OF NEW THING?. I. a Columbia Grafanola CMIss Jessie O'Brien, of the West End, has heen spending the week in GIVE IT TO THE WHOLE FAMILY. A gift to the family, such as we here suggest, will prove an KENTUCKY IWISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO,, Incorporated, Publishers Sweeney, Mrs. SINGLE COPY JC Louisville,J. 'P. last weekof toSouth MBSCKIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR visit left relatives In 'Nashville. flittwr. Bnttrtd at tfat LtHtfTtH PoitWc m 3oond-CU BRING THE CHILDREN. assroii U CosuneaUstteai U tlw K1HTUCKT WISH AMBXICAN, JtJ-2- 1 Wsi! Ureca St. Mrs. Robert Shirley has heen visiting her parents, Mr. and "Mrs. W. S. iFItzgerald, at, Danville. iMrs. to Danville after a week-en- d to Mr. and Mrs. I,. C. Ewlng. James Sullivan has returned visit LOUISVIDLE, KY FOK YOUNG SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1915. MEN. anlson But what most surprises tho Kentucky Irish American is that these bright minds all overlook the Catholic Young Men's Intsituto, an organization that is national in its every requireBcopo and possesses ment they advocate. Tho Young Men's Institute extends from tho Eastern States to California, and In & number of cities, notably Louisville and New Albany, tho councils own their own club houses and care for largo numbers. Tho fault for tho membership being only 30,000 of 500,000 is with those who talk and writ much but give neither substantial support or encouruage- ment to this most Catholic society for those who have Just passed the sodality age and aro entering tho Tealm of manhood. And while on this subject we may enlighten many by saying tho Young Men's Institute was founded on March 4, 1883, at San Francisco, and of received the hearty tho lato Archbishop Itiordan, being' approved by 'Popes Leo XIII. and Pius X. There are three classes of membership, beneficiary, including those who participate in sick and funeral benefits and are between the actages of eighteen and forty-fivive, those who do not participate In So monetary benefits; and honor ary members who may bo of any age. To belong, It is necessary to bo a practical Catholic. The society promotes love of church and country and alms to develop Its meitibers intellectually, socially and morally. While it3 enrollment does not enable It to do things for tho church on such a gigantic scalo as the Knights of Columbus, in the places where it exists it Is a constant lay ally of the clergy and must be counted one of tho most valuable forces In the American Church. Many an orphan and other sufferer has had reason to De grateful that there Is a Y. M. I. Those who are Interested In the welfare of Catholic youth might do tho good they are-- agitating by giving the Young Men's Institute wholehearted and earnest support, and thus abate their fear of tho Y. M. in-te- ad e; industry is dally accentuated. sound reason should teach men that For eomo time past tho Queen's uo peace can bo lasting, no effort Work, ably edited by tho Rev. Father really successful that does not deGaresche, S. J., and other Catholic rive its force from religion. The publications havo been agitating tho testimony of centuries is at hand to necessity for a Catholic Young Men's teach man that all is weak and Association on lines somewhat like transitory that emanates from huit the Y. M. C. A. They insist upon man tho unanimous and sincere WHAT IRELAND WINS. on tho part of all the Catholics tho accomplishment of of America for One has a patriotic feeling In fightthis task. They contend that there unity of plan and ing for one's own country, and great is supreme need of of action, which all admit. deeds are dono under the emblem self-conce- Mrs. Henry Immorde has returned from St. !LouIs, where she visited Yet her sister, Mrs. Harry Kennedy. IMrs. Charles Edwin Cooney, of Syracuse, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. iB. .Wathen. There are so many new things, so many funny things, so ever incrcasinG source of entertainment and pleasure throughout many pretty things, so many extraordinary things it is difficult tnc years to come. A Columbia Grafonola is an to choose something to describe or feature. So we will just say easy present to buy. It is an THE YEAR AROUND BASEMENT TOY STORE IS SPREAD-INeasy present to give, for there OUT. Every little boy and girl should see the toys and is scarcely anything else that dolls and games. Of course, the Christmas displays are not quite could bo introduced in the complete, but there is a thorough representation of the following: homo with greater satisfaction to everybody. G Meccano Guns Mrs. William O'Connell has returned from 'Cloverport, wnero she visited Mr. and iMrs. J. T. OlConnell. Erectors Games Blocks Pet Grocories Butcher Shops Typewriters Automobiles Sleds Desks had as her guest this week Mrs. William Hanley, of Miss Mary Margaret iHigglns went to iBardstown on Thanksgiving day for a few days' visit as the guest of Mrs. Joseph F. Volgt, of Jefferson-viill- e, You need not be concerned about tho cost, for our easy and convenient Club Plan will overcome every financial objection. Chairs Velocipedes Kitchens Windmills Cannons that stands for your native land; but friends. when one must fight for another's The friends of Miss "MaTy Ross land, and that the home of tho op- are delighted to stfe her out again, pressor, then glory flies away and after a very severe attack of grim and bitter thoughts arise. Ire- tonBilitis. land has furnished the heroes in the Miss Allie Greenwell has heen war so far, considering the English entertaining Miss Elizabeth Doherty, part of it, and what part of victory of Brandenburg, at her home in falls to Ireland, if the Allies win? Portland. Added burdens, Increased oppression Mrs. Mary Callahan has ireturned and rigorous taxation. to her home at Glasgow, after an extended visit to her mother, Mrs. Edward Treat. AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. IMiiss Bessie Hancock entertained with a reception and dance at her Timely Record of Some Memor- home, 834 South Fifth street, on Swords Model Builder , Tricycles Pianos Musical Toys '' There are many styles, designs and finishes in our collection now therefore we suggest that you make a selection at an early date, have us set it aside and deliver same either before or on Christmas Eve. Bowling Alleys Mechanical Toys Humpty Dumpty Circus Sets Coaster "Wagons Dolls of all kinds Soldiers in Trenches Horses and Wagons De Luxe, the Instrument Pictured, Is Priced 200.00. There are other Columbia Grafonolas which graduate in price from $17.50 to $500.00. Columbia Double Disc Records, for the most part, are priced at"65c each. Others range upward to $7.50. THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE able Events in the Catholic History of America. iBy Tuesday evening. iFred James A. Roonoy, ILL. D. Galvln and wife, Beech-woo- d avenue, visited In Danville the past week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S..H. Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. James P. Edwards havo issued Invitations for a dance on (December 14 in honor of Miss May Adams Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mattlngly, 3613 Western Parkway, aro rejoicing over the arrival at their homo of a lovely baby girl. fiCattfmattttratts INCORPORATED o Death in his year of the Rev. Henry iLemcke, O. IS. B., convert; years a missionary in for Xifty-si- x New Jersey and .Pennsylvania; "Father ' the first colony Wlnrmer to bring of Bcnedictinca to (Aimorica; and biographer of iFather Gallltzin; foorn In the 'Duchy of Mechlenhurg, July 27, 1796. Novemher 29, 1858 Margaret Ann O'Neill, Margaret Plunkett and 'Catherine Duffy, first candidates of the New Jersey Sisters of Charity, left Newark in charge of to the Rev. Bernard "McQuaid enter the novitiate at iMount St. Joseph, Cincinnati. November 30, 1910 The Right Rev. Ovlde Charlebois, O. M. I., consecrated by Archbishop (Langevln, of St. (Boniface and appointed of Kewatin, extending from Manitoba to the North Pole. December 1, 1897 The Most (Rev. liouls Placldo Chapelle, .transferred from the metropolitan see ofi Santa Fe to New Orleans; Apostolic Delegate to Cuba and Porto Rico and envoy extraordinary to the Philippines; returned to his see during yellow fever epidemic of 1905 and died of the scourge, August 9, 1905. December 2, 1900 New Church of the Bacred Heart, Augusta, KJa., dedicated by Cardinal Gibbons; cornerstone laid by the Right Rev. Thomas A. iBecker, February 20, 1898; consecrated by the Right Rev. Benjamin J. Kelley, Novem ber 17, 1912; only consecrated church in tho Jesuit province of eighty-sixt- h ed Vicar-Apostol- November 28, 1882 We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates. 8 CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS nRt HSsK $" 4dwBBiiBjMttRH9KeliHPPL out, having fully recovered from tho injuries sustained in a recent automobile accident. bo Dr. John T. Chawk Is again able to JRniH FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Lending Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. '. Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management, Prcsentlng-enl- y prodnctfdns.'liTsfofrcdi'aiTiatlCTrini comic. the-stand-- to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with her daughter, IMrs. R. C. Kubler, in New York City. Mrs. W. T. McDonald arrived Sunday from Chicago to spend Thanksgiving with her sisters, Mrs. J. II. Haager and Lula Paul. accomMrs. John J. McGrath, panied by her daughter, Mrs. M. J. Ryan, left Friday to spend a few weeks with relatives in Montana. Mrs. Charles P. Dehler left Sunday -,- .11 I' 11 "IrrBIHH ic MACAULEY'S 3 Popular Priced Matinee Wed, Dec. tvBKbt NOV. 29 1 IBBIliiWBfll: Hk-Hl- H COMING IN ALL THEIR GLITTERING GLORT. who was tho guest of her cousin, Miss Florence Donahue, 2735' Western Parkway, has returned to her home at Birds-ey- e, Miss Mao Donahue, OSCAR F. HODGE PRESENTS Ind. New Albany. have returned from their wedding and are, at home to their friends in Mrs. F. A. Beach, who came to who was Miss Anna iMUdred Tracy, William C. Hanafee and bride, NEIL O'BRIEN new and more people, more songs, more dances, With act, stories and special features than over before. Two new skiis by MR. O'BRIfiN 1 x December 3, 1834 Martin Ferdinand Morris born in Washington; 111. STONEMEN SPLIT. eminent Catholic Jurist and lawyer; Associate Justice Court of (Misses Elizabeth and Frances Appeals, District of Columbia; Disgruntled and angry over tho reone of the founders of the law Malone are home from school in votcent rebuke given them by the MARY E. MULLOY. MICHAEL D. M'NALLY. College; Cincinnati to spend the Thanksgivschool of Georgetown ers tin Phlladelpha, the Stonemen, an Septemhcr ing holiday week with their pardied in Washington, Married Wednesday afternoon at followed tho ceremony at 1829 South ents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Malone, political organization, 12, 1909. ore Bno St. Louis Bertrand's ?? h church, Itev. f,r8 stre,etDecember 4, 1708 Attbe Francois in the Highlands. to housekeepink. Is being split asunder, some of tho Edward J. EJ. A. Baxter officiating. NalIy OPIcquet born in Bourg, France; A brother of tho groom, and political preachers objecting to tho Mrs. famous Sulpician Canadian mls. riage a. E. Loy announces the mar Both are well known and popular in Mlsa Nemo Mulloy, sister of the present ritual being used, claiming of her daughter, Ruby May Catholic social circles. A reception bride, acted as attendants. sionary and Indian linguist orator; founder or iFort Pre- Loy, and Elmer Murray Jacquemin, that it was drafted by Rev. H. C. sentation in 1750, on which sit which took place on Sunday, NovemStono, an Episcopal minister, and Ariz, The was built the city of Ogdensburg, ber 14, at Prescott, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. Hollday Gifts Reserved en Part groom was a former resident of that the ritual teachings incline to Payment. N. Y. Mayor-eleLouisville and well known member his religious vlows. of Mackin Council, Y. M. I. SACRED HEART AOApEMY. Bmlth, who was elected by a record Late News That Will Interest creaking majority, was the special 551 S, Shelby, Near Gheatnat Mrs. Fred T. WeiBS and little Tho pupils of the Sacred Heart organ- Academy, target for this Members Here and IRose, and DIAMONDS, Hill, aro prepar- daughter, Dorothea WATCHES, JEWELRY Crescent ization, which bent every effort to ing an elaborate and classical mother, Mrs. Lillian OTHern, of ChiEverything guaranteed Watch and causo his defeat. for the entertainment of the cago, are the guests of Mr. and jewelry repairing a specialty. relatives and friends on Thursday, Mrs. J. B. Cummings at their home December 8. Sacred Heart Academy on Third street. Mrs. Weiss will be STORM STILL RAGES. 'Ogdensburg Knights have has a largo attendance this year, remembered in (Louisville as Miss launched a campaign for a now many girls taking advantage of the Florence iCharlotte 0'iHern. building. The Catholic press of the nation fact that day pupils aro now re Interesting and pretty weddings of naB been more aroused over the rec- - ceived there. lost Sunday one hundred candithe Thanksgiving week were those dates received the fourth degree at ognitlon of Carranza as first chief of of Owen McCann, Jr., and Miss Syracuse. MAOKIN COUNCIL. Mexico than by anything. else that Goldie Qeiger, and lAlbert Andriot Fifty more members were has happened in months. Hot articles and (Miss Florence Mathes, all ceived into tho order on Sunday re Tomorrow morning at 7:30 tho popular at members of tho younger Manitowoc, "Wis. denouncing the murderer, thief, ty- members of Mackin Council will visit 426 W.MARKCT St. Anthony's church and approach sot. The congratulations of taany rant and despoilerof virgins multiply holy Niagara Falls Council will add a LOUISVILLE,. KY a body. A largo friends are extended tho happy communion in every week. What good has the rec number of professional men to Its attendance is expected. In the after-- . couples. membership next month. ognition dono? Is Mexico one step noon a class of thlrty-Iiv- o will bo Miss Frances Menno Bush was Thero are 300 Knights in Alton, Schneider's Meat Market further advanced after several weeks Initiated, when Thomas D. Clinesr to her "500" cluh Saturday 111., the council being the strongest of Carranzaism thJrsho was before? Will have charge of tho degree team, hostess 440 SOUTH FIFTH ST. and will introduce some now work. afternoon. Her guests were Misses Catholic body in tho city. ff tho republic is To be savd, it will Sunday morning Chairman Spayd Katherlno Conley, Ida iLangbach, Opposite the Cathedral. Though there is no church at have to be by something more than and the Athletic iCommitteo will an- Irene Hoffman, Blanche (Herbert, O'rammorcy, 'La., a new council will Choice Beef, Veal, Lamb, Matton. nounce the ibaskotball teams for tho Bettie Ray Hart, Florentine Ford, be instituted there tomorrow. as outlaw. Mary "Wood, Florence Selfrit, Marie winter series. Instituted last May, tho council at name, Bacon, Pork, Lard, Saasags. alary Holland, Roso O'Connor, COMMON ERROR. Telephone City 2241. O'Connor, Mary Garret, Ind., has forty candidates Holland, Rose INTENTION OFFEItlNOS. Noon, Mary Agnes Graft, Hallye Lee ready for initiation early in January. Never before have materialistic There is a live council at Albany, One place where mass intentions Bush. Ore. Its members are planning for swayed the minds and hearts are received gladly is the diocese of The regular monthly social of the councils at Mltwiaukie and Sublimity. f men m they do today. The Bos- BJehop O'Doherty in the Philippine Islands. His Lordship the Bishop la Junior Social Club was given Friday Indianapolis Council is preparing ton Pilot points out the fact that urgent in his pleaa for them. They evening at the home of James Ross, for the annual nilKrlmafce to the a'Tuy-i- J everything but mean in many oases bread in the 1872 South Sixth street. there la a demand for Thoee Little Setters of the Poor at Christ reUgtoa. National issues aro mouths of his clergy. The nrleeta present were Mieses Clara Thome, mas time. solutions for international on the Philippine mission know so Catherine Filben, Margaret McCar Covington tion by the Knights of Denver In the Monday night the ordinary comforts of prob)en sought. Means are evolved little of society la always glad tolife thy, Ruth Cullen, Theodorlta Anna Knighte gave a social and dance for Brown Palace was one o the most be Elizabeth Herndon, that the the women who aasiated at the hos- elaborate social affairs that city has for the universal caseation of hostil- able to send thorn stipend for May Ayers,, Loretta. Hofpan, Mary pital dinners! the preceding week. seen in years. ities and the advent of a reign of masses. Maasee sent to missionary Baldwin, Anna Louise Roaai Messrs, Right Rev; Bishop Oarrigan. says Should the City Council approve The Richard Cullen, Philip Blakeway, the new grade planned for Dodge peace. But never a word about re- Bishop are a true charity. satisfaction, it 1 a source Catholic Church Extension Society, Clarence R. Riley, James McCarthy, street, Omaha Council will surely can '' claim theofdistinction ofthat he ligion. The of man to intro- John Riley, John Dugan. John Rush, 111 m wuun omvn tiro iwinni eonai- fcrins about an amelioration buUtfUL Chicago, is glad William Mellet, Dennis Kenealey and build durlaci the coining summer. - ducing the Knights of Columbus o the 8toux City dioeeae. The flfUemth anniversary recepBeVtrand Hose. dons in every department or human to t6c1t anti-Cathol- ic C. A. New Orleans. wedding end was tho guest of her mother, Mrs. Patrick Tracy, in Jeffersonvllle, has returned to her home In Alton, tho Tracy-Hanafe- o AMERICAN MINSTRELS everything "Darktown's Braves Figting the Flames" AND AND HIS GREAT "THE PENNY ARCADE." MATIFEE, 25c to $1.00, 500 Good Seats at 50c. NIGHTS, 25c to $1.50 - Mc-Fath- er NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS All taxpayers of the City of Louisville are hereby notified that the Board of Equalization of the City of Louisville has organized and will hold daily sessions in the office of the City Assessor, between the hours of 9 a. m. and 4 p. in., from November IS to 30, 1915, inclusive, for the purpose of hearing and determining complaints of any who think that their land, improvements or personal property, or any in which they may have an interest (though it be not assessed in their name) have been assessed beyond their value for city taxes in the assessment made by the City Assessor thereof, as of the first day of September, 1915. In the absence of the Board, complaints may be lodged with the Clerk daily between the hours of 9 a. m and 4 p. m. J. LITHGOW SMITH, President. JOHN J. BARRY, Member. H, V. COHN, Secretary. CARL V. GOEPPER. Clerk. ct BOBHLER, pro-grani- 2vy JrJKstL?r QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE The most popular cooking device in the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, bakes perfectly and consumes the least possible amount of gas. It is made te last. '( iT:uafiBi GEHER & SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET. dis-cttsa- Mar-quar- d, AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES ING CO. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. cy I cn, v- in-t- FALLS CITY VULCA 11014)3 EAST BRO JKBTXJOBTXr XjMSKC AMBRIOAK. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADH WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our raad-C- ,s by accepting only firms of known responsibility. JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PAOKElt WAGON OR VAN SHALE BRICK MADE BY STEWART DRY GOODS CO. (Incorporated) IN CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCREERY & CO.. NEW YORK. FUR-TRIMMED SOMETHING NEW (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Hcattsg J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. Steam and Hot Water Heating 111 X. THIBD STREET Homo Phone 7846 Cumb. M. 1592 IN liOUISVJULE ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGHAVEK8 BY & AMERICAN Clay Products Co. are the BEST BRICK MADE IN JBFFERSON COUNTY Bldg. Sales Office: 1010 Intcr-SoutCoral h. Rldgo 2525 West Walnut Street COATS $27.50 Values SUITS AND OVERCOATS $20.00 Values PIONIO PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home Phone Shawneo 198C ARTHUR A. WILL Home Phone Shawnee 1721 & COMPANY (INCORPORATED.) BCHLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OP ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS PIANO PLAYERS ELECTROTYPERS Modern Plaver Duilt In S.i Own Pfann. Louisville, Ky Pianos and Piano Players Repaired. ad Tuned S85 W. Main St., 1000-100- 8 Home Phone City 5674 West Walnut, Louisville P. I. BURKS THOS. J. BKODERIGK 4392-- J "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddlo In the Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) ARTISTIC HORNUNG 2121 Osago Avenue GUARANTEED 2.00 PIANO TUNING $2.00 REPAHUNG Phone Shawnee 1253 tpiy.75 Coats Coats Coats $14.75 All the Wanted Models BUILDER. Montgomery Street Home Phone Shawnee 1010 1 PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGK Home Phone City 1000 Zane Street Home Phone 1191 for the Football Game for the Boulevard for the Auto Fur-trimme- WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR PRINTING THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. FIRST CLASS WORK Give Tills Office Your Next Order 317 W. GREEN ST. .Telephone City 94 G Distillers Ot OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. 528 W. Main St. HOME KILLED MEATS PAIR MEAT MARKET BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY STATE A Pull Line of Fancy Groceries Fruit Cako and Charlotte Russo Both Phonoa 1104 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Call and Give Us An Order Homo Phone, City C574 WB SELL FOR CASH Thos. H. Kennedy Louis D. Ooady S CO. RITTER-HENNING- A special offering of Cordurdy Coats, in all sizes for women and misses ; planned to meet the needs of those who are making late selections for wear. Flaring- Model With Belt. Coats with fur trimmings arc the most favored for this season. In this sale wo offer these popular Coats in both the plain and flaked corduroy. The fur trimmings on these Coats at collar and cuffs are raccoon, dyed opossum and fitch opossum. All the Coats are lined throughout. Third Floor d - In All Wanted Materials For Men and Young- Men - SHEET METAL Hollenbach's Wine Home KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprietor WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street Little, if any, alterations are ever required, correctly made are these Suits and Overcoats. Because of this you arc sure of being fitted at this late moment, and can be dressed in new clothing for this occasion. so 4105 Henry Street Homo Phono, Shawnee 1383-- Importer and Dealer In L. 0. Q. STIGLITZ & SONS FOR SEE POOLEY MONEY ICONFIIDBNTOAL MANUFACTURERS Louisville Made Furnaces 210-22- 2 S. Ninth St. Home Phone City 2542 RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY Room 1, Courier-Journa- l This is Stewart's specialization price, and the values we offer compare favorably with many lines selling at even more than $20. Fourth Floor Bulldiog Home, City 981 415 Fourth Street Cumb. S. 981 Up to $1.50 Values In Hosiery Pure-Threa- KENNEDY-C0AD00. Receivers and Shippers of Hay and Incorporated Grain. Manufacturers of Shur-PlePoultry and Stock Feeds MEN'S FURNISHINGS Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed "C31 WEST WALNUT STREET Chas. A. Cyphers New Buffalo Homo Phone, City 7662 Incubators and Brooders LOUISVILLE, KY. LOPISVILLB, KY. Y Any Trimmed Hat Now Half Price Without reservation unrestricted offered at just half price, of any Trimmed Hat. Included are Tailored, r.nd Auto Hats, Hats and trimmings and gold lace and of rich fur. Second Floor choice 79c F. BENDER JERSEY DAIRY Ico Cream Manufacturer Special Prices to Churches and Picnics Both Phones First and College Streets O. MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET CONFECTIONER AND CATERESA Weddings and Parties Gives Special Attention Charles Wolf, Manager ez is "Sport" of silver Stewart d Women's Jap Tram Silk Hosiery. Made full fashioned, with double lisle solo, toe, heel and extra wide garter-proo- f welt. All sizes in black and the staple colors, and in both medium and heavy weights. Main Floor FRANK FEHR BREWING INCORPORATED Ca R. JEUNESSE The Placo Where Old Clothes Are Made to Look Like New." SPALDING DRY CLEANING CO PHONES 1887. i BUILDING CONTRACTOR 810 YORK STREET Main Floor Table Waist Sale $1.95 New, Fresh, Clean Crepe de Chine Blouses, which we have just received some pin tucked end others daintily embroidered and trimmed with Venice lace. Choice of white, maize, flesh and black. Maia Floor Women's Two-ClasGlace Gloves $1.25 p Phono South 1753 " Louisville, Ky. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON- AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Street Gloves of impressive qualities; black, white and tan; in self and contrasting embroidery. An exceptional opportunity offered for those making late selections. Mnin Floor ,A Funeral Director m and Embalmer Girls' "Sport" Boots $4 50 ; Men's Neckwear 55c Supply your Wonderful last-minute Brewers and Bottlers LOTJISVILLB. KY. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE d BOTH PHONES 810. Rich Mahogany Tan "Sport" Boots, in the Lnglish last and the lace style ; a wonderfully attractive boot for school girls' and misSes'wear. 3 i J i 55c line of Men's .Stewart's. 9 needs from this Neckwear at ;809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET a HHMVVHVMUUUUHUMMMUHitHMMHVMMiHUMWMUiVHtt HOME PHONE SS CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y At $3.85 Smart "Sport" style, of dull calf, m the lace model. k Beautiful Evening Slippers At $3.00 to $7.00 Many beautiful, plain and Leaded Slippers, of bronze, patent colt, satin, ( Compare Favorably With the Dollar Kind etc. J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. At $12.00 Bronze Lace Boots; the newest model for dancing. Second Floor 11-inch arc in a large variety of patterns. This is the Stewart special line. $2.00 and $2.50 Shirts $1.65 A large assortment of both Plaited and Negligee Shirts, in a variety of choice patterns. A special offering, in all sizes. Main Floor Arc of pure silk, in large, flowing open-enshapes, such as you only find in Dollar Ties 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BE SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY. 191 -- Cmb. Phone West Gift Lines That Are Exclusive are days of unusual opportunities to gift seekers. The stocks present, for selection These THE Home Phone Iflff Sweater Coats Worthy to $9.50 822 Bast Miaiii JSfcr. MMVVWMUMWUMHUiHHHUMMHUMMmVHMHMUUMW Mttv hH-H-J-H-- at this time, many articles which could not be reordered if wo would. Shoppers now, also, have the advantage of leisurely selecting, which will later be impos-6il)l- c TOYLAND $4.95 "Women's "Wool Sweater Coats full fashioned, in the belted style, with shawl collar, bliapcd sleeves with cuffs and with pockets. Just the Sweater for wear at this season. Maiii Floor WIEDEMANN ETCOHrO RATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers, 4 DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT t RETURN IS OPEN Sol at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength.exccllest CRUDER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, TILVNICS. NEIL O'BRIEN NEXT WEEK. complete, Funeral Directors and Embalmers! BOTCH OPHOIBJS. CUmb. Maia S00S-- a ii n JAome vuty 4JtWvvn-lrllvv- v 11'1'i'liljMIIIHH "As uuo J. during the afternoon, and evening. OLD FRIENDS MEET. Tho Alumnae of Holy Rosary Nell O'Brien, the quaint and clever Academy wish to return thanks to delineator of negro types and one of STILL IRELAND. their friends for' tho generous sup- the best minstrels of tho present port given the euchre and lotto of period, who began his, career as a A Union county subscriber sends last week, a nico sum helng realized the following to the Kentucky Irish Investiture. new and elaborate scenic JOHN B. FRADOfc WALTERS' MONUMENTS Ner to You as tbe Nearest Phone" Our Special $3.00 Spray Our Special $5.00 Wreath The largest values in Fuse ral Flowers ever offered la Loulivlile. u Markers and Mausoleums. nCWE&fMGP Send for our illustrated designs jgao lburihw?nueloulf1 and prices. Large and new stock to select 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere " from all high class work. JSmtah muriiiB MM r both phones. For prompt delivery call 233 Lieut. Gov. Prank B. MdClain, oil Pennsylvania, ivho was one of the escort committee with the Liberty' Bell which was exhibited hero Monday, is a close friend of Al Kolb, of! this city, both being former members of tho church choir of St. Mary's church in Lancaster, Pa. Lieut. Gov.1 MoCIajn has been in Louisville on.' previous occasions, having been the guest of Mr. Kolb. LIBRARY GROUND BROKEN. Ground was last broken for the new quarter-millio- n dollar library at Notre Dame University. The new building will be of Bedford stone ( i American: German says to Pat What is Ireland going to do after tho war? Pat Well, Ireland was Ireland' when England wasn't much, and Ireland will be Ireland when England is Dutch. Clay Street Breweryi . 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. IiOUISVIL-L'T- , TELEPHONE 2W REJIEnJER POPE BENEDICT. Sunday being the - sixty-firbirthday of Pope Benedict, countless messages of felicitation arrived at the Vatican from all parts of the world. Among the dispatches were a large number from tho belligerent countries expressing the hope that the efforts of tho Pope to hasten tho conclusion of peace will bo st A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of V- SV&Ssssssssl mwv&PBsss! - FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, ind if you have tried the rest get tbe BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. THE BEST $1, J 'PHsflBstw. lifv jflsW assist;?: 1 m'rassssssW i :dSV BBBKix&XV 'RBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW New Muldoon Monument Co. 652 South Third St. H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. SIO DFECECie AVIIOH) TalaStiea Wt't. V3 14 w fiTJ 3KI HHrtHliimM and the roof of green tllo. It will Uave a front of 160 feet and a depth of 110 feet. Rev. Androw Morrissey, Provincial of tho Holy Cross order, find Rev. John Cavanaugh, C. S. C., President of tho university, acted with tho Library Building Committee, who awarded the competition to Edward L. Tllton, of New York, over four other wolj known architects. The site of tho building already staked off is ono ot the most beauti ful and desirable at the university, overlooking as it does St. Mary's Lake and situated conveniently for tho students. Architecturally the pito Is approved by architects and landscape experts. In all its appointments the new building will be the last word in library construction, EMBARRASSBg PROTESTANTS. The oldest A. P, A. paper, the dark-lantegive Citizen, the rn isssssssW SBBBBBf TORONTO'S ARCHBISHOP. ur $1.50, $2 HATS AT SS' I'Xvi ' SSSSSSV Tho Rev. Noil McNeil, Archbishop of Toronto, was sixty-foyears old Sunday. Beyond the anniversary mass and the prayers of his people that God would long spare him to them, there was no public CUDAHY'S CHARITY. GERMAN BANK -- k f .'v? JlLV , ri-f STFH? ?"?SjjE" ' naFaa& - :sJ JJ. ?, iv ysw fcoys yras tfcm lor lUs. a anosWoa tta will ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE lis ir. SNawtrt xmUruu, xr. CMuM br tks Xavoriaa Broth. stsss. BECKMAN 818 PHOTOGRAPHER J Wt Market St. m ThaaksgWiag the great borne' UIIW I limit, umjrw day. If yon can't be there, "at a floe phoPWM afwgw tograph Ubelp. Xmwivm w. brethren this adylce: "Aim higher; we've been shooting into the ranks of the privates; pick off the officers of the enemy, and smoke out the Eventually Protestant traitors." these prescriptive movements be come more of an embarrassment to dsoent Protestants than to Catholics. Before leaving to spond the winter In California, Patrick Cudahy sont his check for $25,000 to tho Milwaukee Foundation,- a charitablo esAll the late sad sw Style and Sbaast tablishment designed to aid all en be found bre at reaionable price. star four yearB ago, comes to charities. Macauley's Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday cf next week with GRAND AJJTAIU. First Communion Books matinee on Wednesday, with an The contract for the organisation said tt iwllnsa n marl the altar, furnishings marble for ornaROSARIES and entertainment any provided in a mentation of the St. Peter and chapel In decade. The snlsndld and hlzWiaaa the new Cathedral of St. Paul has SCAPULAR MEDALS shows proyided by O'Brien the past been awarded. The estimated cost mree years js distinctly remembered of finishing the Interior of the St. See oar Hew book, "flaw to Get bv looal mlnatral lnvm n avorv Peter chapel in keeping "with the Ma.ried." principal city in America. This Ma architectural splendor of the CatheEvery Devotioaal Article here. ., son Mr. u'Brieu and his manager, dral, oT which It forms part, Is J28,- ? trouble to slte-wgeods. Oscar Hodge, have provided an en- 000. Through the ronerosity oft tirely new Ihow, enlarged the com Mrs. Mary MoCahlll, oi) Lake City,. Rogers Church Goods pany, assenlbled all new and dis Minn., the whole amount has been tinguished bomber, and promise a pledged to the building .committee. 129 S. FOURTH AVEi I - bThMPBWsbs jDsenni 'cnrHNMHnM i I'ISBIbI' Fifth and Market FRED ERIL ARCHITEI NORTON N.W.CtrntrF BU1I JKEODXJOKY IlfcXSta: A3SOJ&J&XCAJSC. MMMMMMM HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General Newa Notes. Division evening. 2 jJJACONasgjj We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. Prediction That Quinine Shortly Will Advance to $3 an Ounce. IRELAND. Jecord of the Most Important of tho Recent Events Called What are you going to do for From Exchanges. a remedy for Chills, Malaria or Fever? TAKE MWMmw)MMMiiiiiiiMiMm4iimiMM Ji HERMAN STRAUS SONS rouRTH Avenue iHCarPDweo MARKeT STREET will meet next Thursday The Ladles' Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening. The County Board will meet Mon day evening at Bertrand Hall. There will be election of officers at all of the division meetings this month. Hibernians are discussing plans for a new hall building in New Castle, Del. Thomas Noone, of Division 3, led a delegation to inspect the Liberty Bell during its stay here. AT REASONABLY LOW PRICES. The division at Milwaukee, the largest in the country, will initiate many new members December 15. STATUES Dave llellly hurprised all by singROSARIES ing "An Irishman's Toast" Monday SHRINE LAMPS CRUCIFIXES evening in addition to his famous "Irish Jubilee." CANDELABRAS BOOKS PRAYER There is a spirited membership HOLY WATER FONTS contest on at Portland, Ore., which BIBLES will end with a big initiation and MEDALLIONS ALTAR LACES award of handsome prizes. CANDLESTICKS The Now York County 'Board held ALBS MurIts smoker Saturday night. SCAPULAR MEDALS SURPLICES phy's Hall was crowded and many could not gain admittance. Children's night by the Ladles' Auxiliary of Marlboro, Mass., won high praise. Over 300 little ones IT IS SAFE TO BUY AT BALDWIN'S were delightfully entertained. The Ancient Order has a Btrong team in the Indianapolis Catholic opening The League. Bowling games were rolled Monday night. The degree team of North Attle-borMass., has decided, to participate in the competition for prizes at The question of an ideal Christmas present for the whole tho national convention in Boston. The two divisions at Reading have family circle agitates at this season the minds of many. Plainly been consolidated, thus effecting a thorough organization. Other Pennsuch a present must be one which interests every one of the sylvania cities are considering similar action. family and give all of them pleasure and satisfaction. The Many auxiliaries have formed degree teams which will compete In the Connecticut State parade for tho prize offered for the best appear ance and drill. Tho Hibernians of Portland, Ore., held a largo public Manchester Martyrs' memorial meeting Monday night. Hon. John P. Kavanaugh delivered the oration. National Director 'Miles MaPart-lan- d has been active among tho has been Brooklyn divisions meets all these requirements. Its presence in the home creates greatly assisted by and Right (Rev. the an atmosphere of refinement, an elevated interest that an or- Monslgnors MciGolrick and Donnelly. More than fifty applications had dinary Piano is incapable of creating. The more artistic Bald- been received In the contest between Division 1 and the Ladies' Auxiliary win is perfectly within your consideration and our terms will of Brockton, Mass., when tho committees met the first of this month. suit you. The county convention recently held at North Attleboro, Mass., was attended by tho State officers. Reports showed the largest Increase which has been evidenced for five years. (INCOKPOItATED) observed "Hibernians Milwaukee the anniversary of the Manchester 425 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Martyrs by holding an open meeting, when nddresses were delivered by Father MaBride and W. J. Ker-- i shaw. Division 18 of New York City save the entire proceeds of its an nual recoption and entertainment to NOW RUNNING MONTHLY IN Rev. John McGrath for the benefit of St. Thomas new school, which cost over ?100,000. The Ladles Auxiliary of Rockland, Mass., has accepted a challenge from the Abington Auxiliary sEvery lover of Truth, every hater of Bigotry, should read for a spelling bee, to bobeheld Defifteen will this great series of articles by Editor C. A. Windle. He is the cember 15. onThere side. each contestants reply to Tom upon man WE CARRY A REPRESENTATIVE LINE OF Leselia Fever Remedy Is the best remedy known for these conditions and is independent of the quinine market. Guaranteed not to contain quinine, arsenic or any harmful drugs. 12-0- Right Now Is the Time You Need Tho death is announced of Michael Hannon, Ennls, In his eighty-thir- d CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS GOODS z. Bottle $1.00 ALL DRUGGISTS. Trade Mark Registered. year. 'The death is announced of Alderman C. Buckley, Cork City. He was a succcsful business, man. Michael Cunnlffe, retired national teacher, Athlone, who had been In poor health of late, was found dead close to his home. Five members of tho Carrick-on-SuRural District Council, who were disqualified for by tho counwere all lr ed BLANKETS AND WE'RE GLAD TO OPFER THEM TO YOU AT THESE LOW PRICES. cil. FEVER REMEDY NONE CENUINE WITHOUT THIS SIGNATURE, LESELIA REMEDIES COMPANY, Incorporated Lonisvlllo, Kentucky. iilfll I SAVE YOU A Christmas Sug gestion 0 PER CENT o, FLORISTS orders. Cut Flowers for all occasions. n Special attention given NEW NANZ 057 Fonrth a NEUNER CO. INCORPORATED. Ave.. Louisville. Ky. luiiilflinno SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. O. H. DIVISION 1. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder-kran- z Clancy. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Vico President William Cushing. Secretary Financial Edward Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. Meets I THE FALLACIES OF A. P. A.ISM Keaney. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Joseph Lynch. Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. Recording Secretary John T. Secretary Edward J. division- 2. First Wednesday Llederkranz - BRANN'S ICONOCLAST Financial Keiran. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Hannan. John P. IV Secretary Recording Thomas Last Sunday tho Rev. Jphn O'Connor, pastor of Holy Name church, Killeen. Financial Secretary John J. Hes- South Louisville, changed tho hours slon, Jr. tor the masses to 6:30, 8 and 10 a. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. m. This parish is increasing largely Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Kale- now order will in numbers, and tho by those at- her. bo greatly appreciated Sentinel Thomas Noone. 1171 Transportation Building:, Chicago, Illinois. tending services there, especially those who aro compelled to work on DIVISION 4. tho Sabbath. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. DAN J. HBNNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN CONVENTION DELEGATE. President John H. Hennessy. Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Vice President Thomas Lynch. t Mrs. James Cullen, formerly Miss Financial Secretary Thomas J. fsiv fiarrett. of this city, but now thing in Chicago, is representing Langan. Recording Secretary John J Presentation Academy at the convention of alumni of colleges and Barry. Treasurer Pat Connelly. academies to bo hold In Chicago. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far Mrs. Anna Nevin Cunningham was some time ago chosen delegate for rell. Sentinel M. J. McDormott. UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. JcffersDn Street tho alumni pf Loretto. whose Watson's attack the Catholic Church attracted world-wid- e attention. If you miss these articles you miss the strongest arguments against A. P. A. ism ever pnblished. Subscription $1.00 a year. Single copies ten cents. Newsdealers can obtain copies with return privileges. CHANGE OP MASSES. DIVISION 3. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hibernian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President John M. Maloney. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. Cool a cart. The Claremorrls District Council Mighty Specials in Col- $5.50 adjourned as a mark of respect to Blankets the memory of Miss Naily, ored Blankets $4.25 sister of tho late P. W. Naily, the well known Fenian. 50c Children's Bed Blank-et- c 100 pairs of Thero is very keen competition in ; size 40x68 ; per pair. .39c Blankets; size 66x80; in County Down for land let in acre. red and black plaid color At Qrangewalls, near Downpatrick, . 75c Qray Bed Blankets; size only; $5.50 values, for. .$4.25 John Gracey lot a little under eight :; 65c 50x72; per pair acres for three years at ?540 a year. : $1.00 Qray Bed Blankets; 66x80 Blankets While crossing Lough Corrlb in a size 60x74; per pair 75c small boat, Martin Tlerney, forty, a ; $5.50 tailor, from Largan, and Rodger ; ; $1.25 Tan Bed Blankets size Walsh, thirty-ninPark, were ooxou; per pair oc A complete line of drowned by tho capsizing of the : $1.75 Tan Bed Blankets; Blankets, including white craft. ;; size 72x80 ; per pair $1.25 and plaid; size 66x80, at The Athy Urban Council declined reduced price of $5.50 to pay the Gas Company's Increased ' ;l $2.00 White, Gray or Tan Blankets ; Bed extra price, and decided to procure oil 72x84 Blankets lamps for public lighting pending heavy; size 74x80; largest the Introduction of electric or other $5.75 size, each $1.50 plant. Rev. W. B. McFeely, Derry, has ? 75x88 Jacquard Blankets A large assortment of been presented with an address by Blankets; size 72x Baby Blankets tho committee of St. Eugene's 84; up from $5.75 Schools Building Fund, in recogniTeddy Bear and Bunny Baby Jacquard Robe Blankets ; tion of services In tho cause of eduBlankets, in pink, blue and size 75x88, including ropes and cation. frogs, in plaids, stripes, etc., The new Stations of the Cross, a krinkle down wool presented to St. Mary's church, Ar39c Blankets for. . . 25c while they last dee, by Bernard Keelan, were erect75c Blankets for. . . 69c $2.25 values $1.69 ed and tho Rev. J. McKeone, $1.00 Blankets for... 79c $2.50 values $1.89 preached a sermon appropriate $1.50 Blankets for... $1.25 $3.50 values to the occasion. $2.75 A farm of two and acres tho property of Mrs. Roe, situate We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates near Ardee, was sold by public auction to Thomas Mathews, Ardee, at the rate of ?310 per acre. The rent is $25 per year. Sister Mary St. Stanislaus, whose death has occurred at the Good ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account Shepherd Convent, Cork, was born with this safe, conservative, near Shahagolden over seventy years Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more ago, and her life in the community extended, over half a century. at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 Tullamore Jail is about to be per cent. No cost to you whatever. One of the first political closed. The same courteous attention given the prisoners to bo detained in it during depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. regime was coercion the Balfour Mr. T. D. Sullivan, then Lord Mayor of Dublin, who wore his robes of ofllco in tho prison. Second and Market Under the Big Clock Cardinal Logue has made tho State Government Supervision. Rev. W. further chanbes: Butterly, Knockbridge, to Dundalk; Rov. T. Fagar- Maynooth College, to Caledon; Rev. F. Ward, Caledon, to Stewartstown, and Rev. P. Collins, Stewartstown, to Moy. 3E Widespread regret has been occasioned by the death of Robert Gorman, one of the largest business men in Sligo. His death occurred rather suddonly. The Sligo Corporation has passed a resolution of sympathy for deceased's family. The death is announced of Will- Ian Rudd, Ballycarnoy, a member of Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of a well known North Wexford family who had gained his eighty-thir- d trading stamps, e.r many other useful articles carried year. Tho large funeral cortege in our premium rooms. was a striking testimony to the es2 teem in which he was held by his neighbors. WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS MISSION A SUCCESS. AH-Wool ty, whilst returning from Carrlck-macro- ss met his death instantly at Acllnt bridge, Ardee, by a fall from Thomas McEntegart, aged seven- i Every One New and Perfect Just the Thing For Nights. Clare-morri- s, All-wo- ol I Ail-Wo- ol ; e, All-wo- ol I All-Wo- ol All-wo- ol t Dun-dal- k, one-ha- lf m4Mn4 inmm I Sixty-one-year-o- ld German Insurance BanK fol-lowl- - 5VMVVVVVVVVVVVVkVVVVVVVVWV5 Al? Tip Top Bread Pure. Guaranteed. 100 lVlVWnriWWWWVIWVWWV BRANN'S ICONOCLAST tomorrow close a most successful mission at All Saints church at Father Fabian, C. P., the pastor, is elated over the results. There was a splendid attendance at all the services to hear the forceful and eloquent missionary. Tay-lorsvil- Rev. Father Edwin C. Itenan, C. P., of tho Sacred Heart Retreat, will THE MASTER CLEANER AND DYER $1 .00 Lndlcs'JSuits Cleaned nnd Pressed Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned nnd Pressed 1.00 Gentlemen's Palm Beach Suits Gleaned nnd Pressed.. . .50c Gentlemen's Suits Sponged nnd Pressed 25c Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Good Coffee a Morning Necessity Yw'll fifid that Mulloj's Cofiu Is JUST what yw want f CHARITIES CONFERENCE. QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. Y. K.I. h. f JOHKT BOTH PHONES Don... City SIOl 2 1.2 lbs. Nw Ulead Celfee with Special Rebate Tioket. tood for lOo 1)30 is trade The Mnlloy man is in your neighborhood every week Plione Ha and have Lira call. 3MC. 1323-21- ..... 2 Ar Interest increases in the "Christ MAOION COUNCHi, 205. mas Shoppo" of the Queen's Daugh- Meets Monday Evenings at Ciu"b Knights c ters, to be held at the House, 344 North Twenty-elxtColumbus Hall on December 11. The Presldentr-Joh- n J. Lynn. report that there' Various committees First will be an abundance of everything Murphy. Vice President Jphn W. for maids and matrons and the Second Vice President Martin features homo, while tho special will include a number of pleasing P. Schadd. Treasurer George J. Thornton. I surprises. Financial Secretary A. O. Link, Recording Secretary William G SOCIETY OFFICERS. ORPHAN Buckel. The biennial meeting of tho Natonal Conference of Catholic Charities will be held in Washing-- " ton during the month of Septomher. Kentucky is represented 5n this great body toy John A. Doyle and Judge Matt O'Doherty. Cardinal Gibbons is the Honorary President. Over 400 del gates attended the meeting held last year. FORMER SOLDIER DEAD. Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. BE SURE TO CALL FOR of AdCXJIXOT W. MARKET ST. Guuib. South OGO-- Y DOUGHERTY & LANNING INCORPORATED. COAL CO. election to take place at a meeting on the following Secretaries "will send their General Secretary Harry iC. HAPPY UNION. The various (branches of the Catholic Orphan Society will meet on? Sunday, December 5, when nomina- -' tions will bo tmado for officers, the general Sunday. lists to Colgan Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue '1'-- DR. taaHHaaH ?13-71- J. T. CH AWK Veterinary Infirmary. 5 and bride, who Tvas Mass Anna Gelsler, whose marriage was sol-- t ati emnized Wednesday morning Holy Cross church, Father Breyi celebrating the nuptial mass and The) performing the ceremony. groom la a well known member of. the ifire department and the bride until recently a resident of Jasper, Ind. After a wedding "breakfast at the home of air. and Mrs. Theodore! Schultheis, Grainger Court, the happy couple left for an Eastern, Heartiest congratulations land hesfc wishes are extended George Schult-he- is Marshal Harry Alberts. Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. and experiences were an ever pleasOutside Sentinel Harvey ant theme to his friendB. Always pleasant and evon tempered, he won Executive Committee 'Frank G. many friends from his boyhood days Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank up and they sincerely mourn his Geller, A. W. Andriot. John R. loss. The funeral took place from Barry. St. (Louis Bertrand's c'hurch with a requiem mass at 9 o'clock. erlne Baldwin, 1388 South Sixth JjECTUUES IN NEW ALBANY. street. The special attraction of the evening was dancing. Those present were 'Misses Ethel Tarpey, Mary Attorney Thomas Walsh, Lecturer "Margaret of Louisville Council, Knights of Ross, Nonearl (Brlnton, Virginia (Baldwin, Gladys Columbus, will deliver a lecture to Ross, Cullen, (Id Bickett, "Lebanon, Ky., the members of the New Albany Katherine Baldwin; "Messrs. George Council next Weunesday evening in Riggs, (Frank Cullen, Joseph Smart, their club house, his subject being Haragan, IRobert (Burnes, "The 'Ideal Knight ,of Columbus." Louis John Baldwin, Raymond Haragan, Mr. Walsh ie a favorite dn our neighWilson Summers and Sumner JJurch. boring eity and a Dig audience Is1 assured him in advance. VISIT TO POPE. trand's parish, died Tuesday morn- ing at Waverly Hills Hospital after a lingering Illness from lung trouble, which caused his retirement from the army. (During his service in the ranks lie had (traveled far and wide and the story of his Journeyings known young man of St. Louis John Mangan, a former member the United States army and a well Ber- - McKENNA WHISKY. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. i H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. 'H"WM-W"I"W-W"H"I I' HM & f M. J. BANKON, P. BAHKOK, JR., till LAWRENCE !- - J. VEENEMAM, Piss. & Mgr. VIh Prix. TrtK. Stentery. f H P. BANNON PIPE CO. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 573-1786. SQTJTH SEVENTH STJUfflKT MMIIIMMIMMHMtMMMMMMIMM "Cardinal Von Hartmann, Arch-blhof Cologne, on Saturday, start1 ed for Rome to visit Pope Benedict," honeymoon trip. says the Overseas News Agency. "The prelate kt traveling tinder an Italian DANCING. ENJOYED safe conduct, being the first church A delightful evening was enjoyed dignitary einoe the Beginning of the Monday at the "home of Mies Katb- - war to make a trip la this way." ARcnBisnop'S jubilee. op I The great Archbishop of St. Paul. John Ireland, D. D., will on December 21 next round out fifty-foyears of labor In the sacred ministry of the priesthood. He is a native of County Kilkenny, Ireland, and is year of his age. In the seventy-eight- h Most Rev. ur Sewer aad Calvert Pips, BaBBea's Pateat Lidded Five far Steam Ceadaits, Wall CeplHtf, Draia Tile. Titrliei Brick, T FireFreelag, Flae LiaiBg', Fire Brick Grate aad Beller Tile, Greaaa Fire Clay, Cklwaey fejw. CUMB. 11111 1 MAIN X WORKS 13tb ead Breok. and Msgaolts Ave., Bet. i lIHIIHIIIHm lit M 9k 507. aad lOtk. 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1 It It