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Kentucky Irish American: October 7, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916100701_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: October 7, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. IOl FURNITURE go rro ,Wm. F. Mayer 413 W. Market. KENTUCKY NO. 15. Hlll, pastor of St. Ann's church, will preach the sermon on Sunday evening at the 7:30 services, followed by benediction. Tho solemn closing, with solemn high mass, will tako place on Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Rev. Father Broy, tho pastor, will direct the devotions and looks for a larger attendance than ever before. VOLUME XXXVII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAhf, OCTOBER 7, 1916. Mfl DOUBLE WEDDING lle v , El Nomo AMERICAN STRAW VOTE Interests. ATHLETICS. Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. PRICE FIVE CENTS. DOMINICAN x H WHITE CROSS selves to this work. t Prospective White Cross nurses .r lay secure all iniurinauon uuoui courses of study by applying to Rev eter E. Dletz, Director, Hot Springs N. C. Order lyid Parish to Celebrate Jubilee Anniversary This tit .. Coming "Week. TRINITY COUNCIL. large and enthusiastic meeting of Trinity Council heard reports and discussion of the membership contest to be launched October 16 and close on November 13. James B. Kelly is Chairman, V. K. Ecker the Vice Chairman, and Louis Clephas the Secretary of tho campaign. Chairman Kelly briefly outlined the advantages offered by Trinity Council and urged all members to put their shoulder to the wheel. The teams will consist of orfive members, those already ganized having elected tho following captains: George A. Perry, Edward Pracht, John Hoffman, Harry Hennessy, William Blanford, EdShadburne, J. Norbert ward Schacter, Louis Shoenbachler and Tho present initiaLouis Clephas. tion fee Is ?10, which will bo reduced during this campaign 40 ?5, after which time it will revert to the present fee. E. J. Cooney, delegate to tho Catholic Federation conventionfe-livcre- d an interesting addressVapn the work done by that bodyaftd read several articles appearing' in the New York papers touching upon the Federation. After the meeting cigars woro and refreshments Next served, which all enjoyed. Monday evening tho Rev. Dr. George W. Schuhmann, pastor of St. John's church, will address tho members of the council on some topic of interest. Everybody inA 'Sdvtfnth Centenary of Domini- leans End Golden Jubilee of KR. - StEoiiis Bertrand's. ft bratlon. , IFormcr Pastors and Many Clergy 'to Take Part in the Cclo- - Visitation Home, 615 West Walnut street, under the care and protecj Will Serve Cause of "Womanhood tion of the Sisters of Mercy', drew a largo gathering to Jtho Cathedral Whenever and Wherever of the Assumption. Miss Elsie Landrus, telephone operator at tho Required. Seelbach, became the (bride of Clem Bernsen, grocer at. (Twelfth and Chestnut streets, andwldely known Miss Goldio Landrus, Develop System That Will Pro- young man. the Standard Oil Coma clerk for vide JVgnlnst Sickness and pany, was married to Bert Fosso, of Portland, who is how with the Old Age.' ' Nurses Enter Vocational Field Monday morning n double, wedThat They Should Rapidly ding of sisters, who for several Develop. years have made thel ' homeat the night. The total registered vote in the city was 51,067. Democrats registered 28,280 voters, Republicans brought out 18,303 and independents numbered 4,314. These figures give the Democrats a plurality of 9,907 voters over tho RePoint to Hughes ns the Choice publicans and a majority of 5,093 Movement to Conscript Unwillover all. of Wall Street and Moneyed ing Irish Into British Army IRELAND Spreading. Largo Irish Population in Australia Extremely Opposed While tho Workers nnd Great Common Pcaplc arc Supporters of Wilson. Kentucky Being Flooded With Republican Money and Im ported Negro Repeaters. REPUBLICANS LOCAL QUARREL K .INTERESTING P SOUYENIR ISSUED FATHER DIETZIS DIRECTOR &m V4 t in celebrate its seventh centenary and the parish its golden Jubilee. The order was established Dominican In 121C, being 700 years old this year, while tho local Dominican parish dates from 1866. Many of tho former pastors and priests connected with the past history of St. Louis Bertrand's will be present at tho celebration, among them being Very Very Rev. T. S. McGovern, Rev. J. P. Vallelly, Very Rev. J. R. Volz, Very Rev. J. D. Fowler, Very Ttev. Raymond Meagher, Very Rev. Father Christmas and Very Rev. L. Right Rev. Bishop F. Kearney. O'Donaghue and many clergy of tho diocese will be present, tho mormon on Tuesday morning to be preached by Rev. P. M. J. Rock, and the sermon on Wednesday morning by Rev. C. J. O'Connell, of Bardstown. The following is tho programme for tho week: October 10 Solemn Tuesday, lilgh mass at 10 o'clock; celebrant, Itev. T. S. McGovern, OP., sermon, "'Seventh Centennary of the Dominican Order," Rev. P. M. J. Rock. Evening, 7:30, rosary, compline, sermon and benediction; sermon, "The Glories of the Dominican Order," Very Rev. Raymond Meagher, O. P., S. T. L., Provincial. At 12 o'clock banquet in Bertrand Hall; addresses by former pastors. Wednesday, October 11 Solemn high mass at 10 o'clock; celebrant, Very Rpv. J. P. Vallely, O. P.; sermon, ''Dominican Missions and Missionaries in Kentucky," Rev. C. J. O'Connell. Evening, 7:30, rosary, compline, sermon and benediction; sormon, "Dominican Activity in the United States Past and Present," Very Rev. L. F. Kearney, O. P., S. T. L. Thursday, October 12 Solemn bigh mass at 10 o'clock; celebrant, Rov. J. D. Fowler, O. P.; sermon, ""The Catholic Idea and Ideal of tho S. T. L. Evening, 7:30, holy hour; sermon, "Dominicans and the Holy Hour," Rev. J. D. Fowler, O. IP. Friday, October 13 At 9 o'clock solemn mass of requiem for tho deceased members of the parish; celebrant, Very Rev. C. F. Christmas, O. P. Evening at 8 o'clock, lunch-co- n for men of the parish in Bertrand Hall; addresses by prominent members of tho parish. Saturday, October 14 Children's day; high mass at 9 o'clock; cele- Next week will be a gala week Bertrand's church Louis St. order to parish, tho Dominican vited. VACATION FOR PRIESTS. years, and this Is cation since his trip to years ago. During his Rev. James Maloney charge of tho parish. The Rev. Patrick Walsh, pastor of Sacred Heart church; the Rev. pastor of tho Daniel O'SuIlivan, Church of the Blessed Sacrament, and tho Rov. John M. Abel, of St. John's, Hardin county, aro now In Taunton, Mass., visiting relatives. Before resuming his pastoral duties Walsh will spend two Father months in California and the West. Father Walsh has been pastor of Sacred Heart church for twenty-fiv- e his first vaRome many absence tho will have COLUMBUS DAY CELEBRATION. Parish," Rev. J. R. Volz, O. P., brant, Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, O, P.; children's entertainment In Bertrand Hall "Dominican Achievement in the Life of Its Saints and Scholars." In connection with the jubilee a souvenir book has been published containing a history of tho parish from the tlmo of its birth with photographs of the different priests connected with the church during all at those years, and brief biographical sketches by some of the older residents tolling of tho arly struggles and many historic Incidents of the old church on Seventh and Oldham, and of the little buildings used as churches previous to that time. Very Rev. Father Crowley, the present pastor, personally interviewed some of the pioneer members and compiled their different stories, which are suro to prove interesting reading. In addition the book will contain photographs of all the present clergy stationed here and many of tho Copies of this prominent laymen. valuable and interesting book can be secured at the rectory or in tho sexton's office at the church. CONFIRMS HUNDREDS. The Right Rev. Denis O'Donag-TiuBishop of Louisville, has been making a visitation trip through the western part of the diocese and last 'Sunday morning confirmed a class of 150 at St. Francis do Sales church in Paducah, also preaching the sermon. In the afternoon he confirmed a class at St. John's church In tho county. On Monday he visited the Catholic churches at La Center, Maxon Mills, Mayfletd and Fancy Farm, being accompanied by Father H. A. Connolly, pastor of St. Francis do Sales church. Before returning to Louisville he also visited the churches at Central City and Princeton. e, HOLY CROSS. On next Sunday at the 10 o'clock mass the Forty Hours' devotion will d begin at Holy Cross church, and Broadway. The men of the Holy Name Society, about 200 In number; tho boys' of tho St. Aloysius Holy Name Society, and the girls of tho Blessed Virgin's Sodality will march In the procession, carrying tho banners and wearing the badges of their societies. Two priests will hear on Saturday. Sunday asd Monday evenings. The Rev. John Thirty-secon- will, be glad tojlearn that he Knights of council The local Is recovering from his illness and Columbus will celebrate Columbus nnprntlnn nml was able to return day nexfThurSday, October -- 12rln 'Bntd'adheatt'-cT'nioireliglouif To'hTs-- homo their club house, addresses to be de- required, not the outward appear- terday evening. Tho attending phylivered by Grand Knight John P. ance; it is a special vocation to sicians say ho will be able to be Cassilly, Rev. J. P. 0'Mahoney, of works which, fqr various reasons, out next week. the Cathedral, and Thomas Slattery, the religious sisterhoods are unable A musical entertainof Covington. or willing to undertake. It Is not FEDERATION. ment Is being arranged under the so much within the plan of tho direction of J. Raymond Barrett White Cross nurses to initiate new Tim rocrnlnr monthly meetlnir of and Morbach's orchestra will fur- enterprises as to foster, under or- hn .Tfffnrnnn County Catholic Fed numbdrs. This ganized nish the musical auspices, existing good eration will bo held next Thursday will bo an opon meeting and mem- works, and to extend if possible night at Knights of Columbus Hall to bring their their usefulness. They have the on bers aro Invited Fourth street. President uanz families and friends. vocation to put themselves humbly will occupy the chair and much at tho disposition of tho Catholic hiiHlness of real interest will come FEEL THEIR LOSS. cause of womanhood whenever and before tho body for action. The wherever required. officers urge that all delegates wno Branch 92, Catholic Knights and It may seem strange to some that Ladles of America, paid tribute at the word "nurse" has been chosen. can be present. the last meeting to the memory of Usually It suggests tho sick room MISSION, Kast, when a and the hospital. In a broader the lato Andrew memorial presented by Dr. Peter S. sense, however, "nurse" Is defined Tomorrow a two weeks' mission Ganz, Henry Welkamp and Mary as meaning to nourish, to cherish, church. Ruhkamp was entered upon the rec- to foster, to tako caro of, to man- win nnon at. St. Georce's two elo tho ords and sent the bereaved family. age with care and economy, etc. to bo conducted by ratners, uev. Passlonlst Andrew Kast had long been the It is in the sense of this broader quent President of Branch 92, faithful and definition that the "White Cross Mathew Miller, C. P., of St. Louis, loyal and every ready to do what nurses" have chosen for their own and tho Rev. Ambrose Stommler, Tho first he could to further the interests or no special field beyond the encour- C. P., from Chicago. tho national order, his branch and agement of existing works, the rais- week of tho mission will be for tho tho Individual members thereof, and ing of tho standards of organized women of tho congregation and tho Becond week for tho men. Father every member feels their great loss. efficiency and general Is the pastor of St. of Catholic efforts In the light of a George Weiss Is doing a great work and JEFFERSONVILLE. basic Christian philosophy of so- George's congregation. for his ciety. A wedding of much Interest in A gift of 175 acres of land near FOR CHARITY'S SAKE. Jeffersonville will tako place at St. BlacK Mountain, N. C, has just Augustine's church on Thursday, been made to tho Rev. Peter E. Besslo DIetz for tho development of this Miss The local order of Elks will give October 12, when Daugherty, the daughter of Mrs. work. It is situated at the foot of four performances of the "Jollies William Daugherty, will become tho Mt. Mitchell, tho highest peak east of 1916" at Macauley's Theater on under tho dibride of John T. Weber, son of Mr. of tho Rockies. The Episcopalians, December Both aro Presbyterians, Methodists, Baptists, rection of the Joseph Behr Producand Mrs. Joseph Weber. popular young people and have a have developed great summer colon- ing Company, of Chicago, this comwide circle of friends in Southern ies here. The Y. M. C. A., Y. W. pany to prepare and coach the loIndiana. Rev. Michael Halpin will C. A. and the, National Student's cal amateur chorus of 100 people. given to will be celebrato tho nuptial mass. The Association own a thousand acres Tho proceeds happy couple will reside In a new of land with splendid buildings. cnristmas cnanues, uuu m uuumuu ?1,500 and cozy home on Indiana avenue. Here also a great music auditorium the Elks will contribute Is being built. Into this develop- from their charity fund. Nathan SOLEMN YOM KIPPUR. ment there will come a Catholic Kahn, Exalted Rcler and present feature through tho American Acad- Democratic nominee for Prosecuting Today is being observed by our emy of Christian Democracy. Black Attorney of the Pollco Court, will Jewish citizens as Yom Klppur or Mountain is on the main 'line of the announce his different committees Day of Atonement. It began last Southern railway, sixteen miles from in the near future. night with service known as tho Ashevllle, N, C, and can bo reached "Kol NIdre," so called from tho without change of trains from CinTOWER FOR PEACE. opening words of the Introductory cinnati or Washington. prayer. Tho Day of Atonement A social service novitiate in these If those weak and shallow reason-r- o itself is the great White Fast, tho surroundings, away from the diswiin Rpo in the blc European culmination of the penitential days tractions of tho city, is the verr war an evidence of the failure of inaugurated by the Jewish New best means of making "social serv Christianity had been over tn urooK-ly- n Year. . Tho Bible In several pas- ice" not merely "technically effion Sunday they would have seen sages designates it as tho Sabbath cient," but also "supernatural" in a sjght that would have forced them days its its motive and ends. Tho idea of to revise their opinion on the sub In ancient of Sabbaths. observance was characterized by a novitiate has an honored placo In ject. Just think! Jbiuy tnousanu elaborate priestly ceremonial and all great Catholic organized work. men drawn from eovry nation in sacrificial rites. Tho soul of reform Is the reform of Via nA world French and Ger the soul. Ho who would uplift oth- mans, English and Austrlans and ST. BONIFACE CHUROn. ers must first uplift himself. Italians, Poles, Litnuanians ana Young ladles from twenty to Syrians, and of course the Irish Sunday, October 15, a two weeks' thirty-fiv- e' years of age may, upon marching shoulder to shoulder bebo admitted to a neath the banner of the Cross and mission will begin at St, Boniface application,' Capuchin twelve weeks' course of social In honor of tho Holy Name of tho by the church, given fathers of Pittsburgh. Tho sermons study without any expense if they Redeemer. Of course It would bo for tho first week will bo in Gor- will sign a contract to serve upon ridiculous to pretend that these men completion of the had put aside their sympathies with man and tho second week In Eng- satisfactory lish. The hours for tho services course in whatever field is assigned their brethren In Europe, or have will be announced at the masses to tnem, as a voiumeer ior buc outgrown their racial antipathies In tomorrow and during tho week. months, room, board and laundry the new environment. They have 'Catholic organization and social work is for tho most part done out of ctiarlty and gooL.wIll, and tho necessity oftentimes by unskilled volunteer workers. There Is no wish to minimize the good works which havo'been accomplished by such volunteers, yetin the nature of things this workfls likely to be more palliative than remedial. Frequently workers volunteer their services only for brief periods of time, or through lack of responsibility, knowledge or leisure to duties asbecome indifferent signed them, or neglect them altogether, making social work more a novelty than a profession. This proves the need of tho paid social worker. It is just as important that a social worker receive a wage, and one that will afford her a decent living, as It Is for those who enter other professions and callings. Tho White Gross nurses were organized on the Feast of the Holy Rosary in October, 1915, by eight students of the American Academy Their obof Christian Democracy. ject Is to furnish to tho Catholic associations, leagues and federations properly trained secretaries, fiejd agents, press correspondents, lecturers, parish visitors, social workers, practical nurses, etc. There is an Increasing demand for associaqualification workers possessing with tho nature tions of the many and varied Catholic works. It is a vocational field that developed and has hardly been which awaits rapid expansion. The White Cross nurses are not a religious sisterhood and do not propose to be, but religion is the prime motlveof dJtlyjljwork, .The concern, at The Rev Father Rock performed tho ceremony, which was a nuptial high solemnized with mass.--- t at Tho party breakfasted thehdme of the parents of the bridegrooms. The residents of tho homo, gave a shower for tho Misses Landrus last week. $ Mr. and Mrs. Fossee will make their' home In Detroit) and Mr. and Mrs. Bernsen will go to housekeeping here upon their return rrom tneir weaaing trip. DodgeW-Xtomob- RECENT DEATHS. The funeral of Jars. Lucinda Fitzgibbon, widow ofw Daniel who died Sunday night at her home, 932 South Sixth street, was held Wednesday $nornlng from St. Louis Bertrand's church. Tho remains were taken to Central City for burial. Surviving) her are five f children. Fitz-glbbon, tho aged Mrs. Bridget Miller, widow of Anthony Miller, passed peacefully away Tuesday night at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. Felix Hardy, 2103 Duncan street. Her funeral was l(eld Tuesday morning from St. Cecilia's church, o and was attended by many old-tim- friends and acquaintances. i eighty-fou- years r Joseph Siomer, old, beloved husband? of Bernadlno early Wednesday Siemer, died morning from tho Infirmities of age. He was tho father of Mrs. Mamie Flack, 710 East Chestnut street, and a highly respected member of St. Martin's church, from where tho funoral was held Friday morning. GOOD NEWS. Fon-tan- The many, friends of John a trottffVSSmntF NAMED FOR QUEEN. con-iMslo- ns was declared winner in the Jeffersonville contest for "Centennial Queen," which was a feature of the Indiana centennial celebration last Saturday. She left Wednesday for Indianapolis and rode in the narade of counties yes- lerday. Miss Duble Is an attractive and gifted young woman who has a host of admirers. Miss Mary Duble being provided, and as a regular White Cross nurse at a salary of $40 per month for the period of one voar. Students who do not wish to sign a contract may elect to pay the rosular academic fees There is also In process of development an insurance system for the White Cross nurses that wm- - pro- vide against sickness and old age. A system of this kind is intended to make secure, the future of White Crow nurses who consecrate vheni- - ideal. unaniwas tho above. In offices of trust com- Corcoran panies, banks and brokers Hughes mously to servo again as County Is the favorite, but out among the President, this being her third sucpeople in tho stores, shops, factories, cessive term, and in a short talk etc., Wilson Is given the call, being she expressed her great appreciation Miss Rose Handbush, the favorite of tho men and women, of tho honor.Ohio, member of the who admire him for his stand in of Dayton, law, as they State Board of the Ladles' Auxfavor of the eight-hodeknow that stand was not taken for iliary of Ohio, was present and adof the trainmen alone, livered a short but interesting the benefit but will bo tho opening gun for a dress. day for workuniversal eight-hou-r DESERVED VACATION. ers in all lines of trade or business. It is a case of Hughes, the Wall Tho street and corporation candidate, pastor Rov. Father J. J. Fitzgerald, church at of St. Leo's against the great common people, and tho vote of the latter should Highland Park, will leave tomorrow a settle decisively next month as to evening forCity two weeks' trip to and tho East. Durwho should govern this country, the Now York few moneyed barons and child labor ing his absence the affairs of the employers or the workers and build- parish will bo administered by the Dominican fathers from St. Louis ers of the nation. Father Fitzgerald's Interests aro Bertrand's. That the moneyed backing Hughes to the limit is vacation was belated this year beshown by the Republican activity in cause of tho building of the new Kentucky, National Committeeman parochial school, which kept him .Hort, the new Moses of the G. O. very busy during tho hot summer P. In this State, seeing to It that months. the boys had plenty of tho filthy AWFUL DEATH. lucre, tho reports from Lexington, Covington, Owensboro and all be Father E. J. Schuctz, Chancellor ing tho same, and that was why spending of the diocese of Peoria, was killed; tho Republicans " were money like drunken sailors. Rlcht the Right Rev. Edmund M. Dunno, Bishop of Peoria, suffered a dislohere in Louisville the Searcy-Chilto- n combination saw to It that every cated shoulder, and tho Very Rev. precinct was well handled, and James V. Shannon, Vicar General strange to say bluffed the Ryans and of Peoria, was slightly Injured Conkllng faction into helping out, when an automobile In which the the latter seeming to forget the churchmen were going to a con awful steal In the recent primary firmation ceremony turned over near in which they were tho victims. As into a ditch Wednesday usual hero the majority of the Re- Princevllle. Father Schuetz was publican vote registered was the pinned under the car. His neck negro vote, a big Increase being was broken. shown la this vote, and verifies the rumor that negroes were being imAGAINST DIVORCE. ported into some of the Ohio Valley States. Matt Chilton, one of tho It is said that tho Episcopalian local bosses, went through the church Is considering steps by which Eighth and Ninth wards personally, it will be made impossible for diand in the negro districts he would vorced persons to be married by any quory his captains as to whether clergymen of that denomination. they were getting out "our niggers." A commission of five Bishops and Another element at the polls was an equal number of ministers and the Junior Order boys, who have laymen has recommended to the not been prominent slnco tho general convention, which is to Buschemeyer-Axto- n election, when meet In St. Louts, that the canon they created a furore vith their lit- law of the church be changed so as tle red badges. They are all now even to exclude the innocent party whooping for Hughes, their prin- to a divorce action from being recipal grievance against Wilson being married. The reason given is tho tho fact that Joseph Tumulty, his great Increase In divorce cases, maksecretary, is a Catholic. ing moro rigorous restrictions necIt is rumored that thero promises essary. to be a real row in local Republican circles, as thero aro stories of IRELAND'S CARDINAL. an attempt being made to sacrifice Owons for Congress and the other Cardinal Logue, Archbishop of Republican nominees, to concentrate Armagh and Prlmato of Ireland, of on tho years old on SunLucas as was seventy-si- x election Prosecutor In the Pollco Court, it day, Despite his years the Irish not, and hence the candid outsider being said that with this office they Cardinal Is very active anu is recmust tako off his hat to the moral could hound Democrats in that ognized as a prominent figure in tho power that can bring them .togethor court next year. Some of the lead- College of Cardinals and one of the In brotherly concord and must ac- ing Republicans openly say they foremost churchmon of the day. knowledge that this power is tho will vote for Swagar Sherley for only one with the proper equipment Congress, and this with tho attempt GIANT HOLY NAME RALLY. to. bring about a lasting peace be- of the machine Republicans to elect Thirty thousand mon marched tween their warring relatives In Lucas only has made Owens' friends Europe. No, it is not unnsuanuy very mad, a squall being expected through the streets of Brooklyn in the Holy Name Society protest that has failed, but the rulers of at any minute. Democrats outnumbered Republi- against the use of profane language. men who had not ordered their lived in accordance with a true Christian cans by close to 10,000 in the regis- It was 191 6's first big Holy Name ur Many straw votes are being taken throughout the country, and in every Instance a steady drift to Wilson Is being shown in the Presidential race. The Now York Herald, the Now York American, Cincinnati Enquirer and other leading papers are publishing weekly a census of straw votes taken In every walk of life. In the New York American canvass the vote taken In showed Wall street a decided preferenco for Hughes, and In the Cafe Savarln, where bankers and brokers gather, tho vote taken was Hughes 387 to 77 for Wilson. The vote taken in the Consolidated Stock Exciiange brought the same result. Tho brokers who aro busy gambling In munitions voted for Hughes, but tho employes, clerks, etc., voted for Wilson. The canvass along the water front of the West Side showed that Wilson's strength Is found among tho workers and a decided contrast was found to that of the high financiers and food trust leaders. Out of a total of 881 votes in tho working district 765 were for President Wilson. The samo result was achieved In another way. In the straw vote taken in tho Vander-bll- t, Astor, St. Regis and other of the fashionable hotels Hughes was the favorite, but In the modern priced hotels Wilson led his opponent easily. The same old story applied In tho amusement places. The audiences In the leading theaters and opera houses showed a preference for Hughes, the Wall street candidate, but the popular priced theaters and moving picture houses showed a decided preference for Wjlspu Thq. above refers to the canvass b"elh g Taken""'b"'" " the "N5w York American. The New York Herald Is making a poll of twenty-eigStates, the majority of which could be classed as doubtful, and In every lnstanco tho reader is bound to reach the same conclusion as In ht President ' Seb O. Hubbuch this week named the officers of Mackln Council's athletic club for tho ensuing season, with Al. C. Spayd as Chairman. Tho new Board of Directors will conduct their affairs Independent of the council, and it Is believed they will surpass all former records. When seen by the reporter President Hubbuch said: "Speaking of athletics, I want to say that never before have I ex perienced the enthusiasm that was created at Mackln last winter and this summer. I will assure you that tho board that T have appointed will institute something in tho near future that will make the athletic fan take notice They aro very capable promoters and by their able endeavor should make Mackln the competing champion of everything in athletics." After the board was appointed Chairman Al. C. Spayd assigned tho following to each branch of athletics: Al. C. Spayd, track, boxing and wrestling; Barry, R. basketball; John Bernte Shleman, tennis; Eugene gymnasium; Thompson, H. L. Bob baseball, Sheckler, and Morris, Secretary. Tho Chairman a of tho board is contemplating mammoth athletic carnival to bo given under the auspices of tho club and sanctioned by tho local federation. It will .bo opened to every club In the Falls Cities. HAPPY UNION. Wednesday afternoon at tho Cathedral the Rev. Father Rock blessed the nuptials of two highly esteemed young people, Miss Anita J. Buschemeyer and J. Walter Sanders, Jr. Miss M. Virginia Sanders was tho maid of honor and William G. Buschemeyer, brother of the bride, acted as best man, Messrs. Thomas Rush and William Qulnlan acting as ushers. After the services at the church the bridal party repaired to the nome of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William G. Buschemeyer, Sr., on Highland avenue, whoro relatives and friends joined in celebrating tho joyous occasion. A sumptuous dinner was served and tho happy couple showered with hearty good wishes and tokens of esteem and friendship. Mr. and Mrs. Sanders are now on their wedding trip, and on their return will make their home with the bride's parents. - -. 4il" H"5 HONOR MISS CORCORAN. ' J- to Enlisting. Redmond nnd Devlin Will JLcad. Against Enforced Military Service. WILL DRAG OUT UNARMED MEN to conscript the unwilling Irish into tho British army has spread from London to tho chief provincial cities of England and that by November it Is believed across the channel that Ireland will bo compelled to accept enforced military service. The papers have taken up tho cry started by the London press and various coalition members of Parlla- - ' ment do not hesitate to say that tho time has come for the young men of Ireland to join the English and Scotch in offering up their lives for tho preservation of tho empire In Lancashire reprisals against tho Irish are threatened after tho war and already many Irish laborers havo been driven out of English fields and mobbed in towns. The total British army is estimated at 4,000,000, of which 3,000,000 are engaged on all fronts, leaving 900,000 at home. Of this iiOO.OOO fully are being drilled and made ready for service. There are some 300,000 under arms prepared to defend England from attack, of which 45,000 aro held In Ireland guarding that laland against possible rebellion. Of the 3,000,000 sent to alk fronts there have been approximately 1,800,000 casualties, based on tho usual average officers' prtf-vlncl- al According to tho Irish Press News Service advices from London, Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Sheffield show that the movement two-thir- At tho meeting of the local branch of the Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H Wednesday evening in their hall on Portland avenue Miss Mary lin state that the British casualties, chiefly on the Sonime, since July 1 have not been less than 500,000. They claim that fully oO per cent, of tho wounded arc returned to the ranks, but those gains are partly offset by the large number Invalided home, not counted as casualties, and th"e number of furloughs ' granted. The army officers are grumbling over tho vast number of 3,000,000 of men engaged In alleged munition and transport and ship work at home, claiming that at least 1,000,- 000 of these homo workers aro slackers and are not necessary in the shops, supply stores and ship yards. The demand for the entry of that class of workers into trench warfare has caused a counter cry to go up from the munition workers, in order to save themselves from army service, that Ireland, which contains no munition factories outside of Antrim, bo forced by compulsion to'supply 300,000 men. It Is well understood in Dublin that ono of the objects of the law under way In Australia to compel enforced army service Is to force the Irish in Australia to join the army. There Is a largo Irish population in tho Australian colonies who aro considered recalcltraant on tho war and extremely opposed to enlisting in the British army,, especially slnco the executions of the Irish prisoners of war, which news, horrified tho Austiallan Irish, a3' many of their leading men had fathers who were expatriated Irish political prisoners. John Redmond has assured his supporters that he will continue to lead tho party In opposition to any plan of enforced military service that includes Ireland. If Australia votes for conscription In tho coming referendum the difficulty of keeping Ireland out will increase, but Redmond's defense will be that Auscolonoy tralia Is a while Ireland Is not. Joseph Devlin has started a campaign against enforced service among the National ists in the North. But it is admitted that tho purely Irish regiments have about disappeared and, ns the military authorities point out, there will soon be none unless tho wastage is filled from Ireland. Casualty lists show an amazing numh names for Irish ber of regiments. What November will bring forth no man can tell. Tho people will revolt rather than be forced into the army, but they havo few arms wSh which to defend their homes when entered by the military, who will drag out tho unarmed men and carry them to military prisons. non-Iris- losses. Army officers now In Dub- FRANKFORT. A wedding of Interest to a wide circle of friends In Frankfort and Maysvllle will be that of Miss Christine Penn and L. C. Gnlbke, of Maysvllle, which will be solemnized next Wednesday morning with nuptial mass at the Church of the Good Shepherd In Frankfort, Rev. Father O'Dwyer performing the ceremony. Tho bride-eleis the winsome daughter of Mrs. Florenco Penn and . a niece of Oeorgo Hammer. ct COLUMBUS DAY SOCIAL. Tho Young Ladies' Sodality of will entertain St. Ann's church with a social next Thursday in honor of Columbus day, and will keep open house afternoon and evening In the school hall. There will be games and all kinds of tration which ended Wednesday parade. amusements for their guests. The hall Is located at Seventh and avenue and Sixth street cars pars the door. es .s JKZJaODXJOKTX' XEfcXSH Hart. Schaffner & KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. October 12 Euchre and lotto by Young Ladles' Sodality of St. Ann's church, in school hall, afternoon 1 Marx PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. evening. isvftkd to tfaa Social Ml NmjJ AdrasceMeMst of kith AowrksM and CMMhi and October 19 Lotto by St. ElizaYmag Mb'i Offteially Indowod by Aaeteat Order el HtUmiaas, beth's Auxiliary, Knights of St. iBstitmte sad Catk9Hc Knlg&U of America. John, at Utopian Hall. October 20 Euchre and lotto CINTUCKY ifclSH AMERICAN PRINTINQ CO., Iaconomtd, Publlafcm given by Holy Rosary Academy In SINOLB COPY f school hall, afternoon and evening. 4VBSCRIPTI0N PRICK, ONI DOLLAR PER YBAR November 9 Euchre and lotto ft Bfoai-ClBnUfd t th t"T!llAl!Aiyic' by Trinity Council, Y. M. I., in Wctt Oreea Si. club house, evening only. aM CMBiMlMtki to tlM KBNTUCCY IMSH AtmUOMi, 11J-2- I 4MrM VOTE FOR Fall Overcoats WILSON MARSHALL nttr. box supper by Okolona Social Club in Oakland Hall, Preston-street November 9 Euchre, lotto and (TRADES KJLygyj COUNCIL j road. $18 Formerly sold at Q9aaactc83ofi8ac8aewaae8gcKK8C8ag LOUISVILLE, KY FOlt YOUNG MUX. "We are weak in Catholic organizations for the young. This is a fact that has been patent for years. Perhaps Father Garesche may be able to stir enthusiasm enough to movement to start a nation-wid- e supply this lack. Wo hope that he can; but we are not over sanguine. Wo are in a rut and It is hard to get out of it." fim nhovo . expression comes from . . the True voice ana causes surprise. For the nast year certain of the clergy and Catholic press have been much concerned over the welfare of our boys and young men, all advocating various forms of organization. We can not understand why they overlook' the Young Men's Institute, a society founded under the guidance of tho lato Archbishop Riordan, of San Francisco, and carrying the approval of the Holy Father and tho majority of tho hierarchy. The real y. Ameiican trouble is that there are already too many societies, and therefore tho creation of more would be sheer folly. Wherever organized tho Young Men's Institute has met every requirement these good people advocate, and strange it is that they do not give It earnest and united support. Tho record of the Y. M. I., years' now with ovor twenty-fiv- e experience, is a credit to tho church and tho best safeguard that exists for the youth preparing for life's battle. In proof of this the Kentucky Irish American points to tho splendidly equipped club houses in IndianLouisville, Now Albany, apolis, San Francisco, Los Angeles aud other cities. The Y. M. I. has done the greatest good morally and socially, and to it the friends of Catholic youth should turn. Its motto, "Pro Deo, Pro Patrla," Is closely followed and is its commendation to all. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1916 trusted. Either they are deceived or they aro trying to deceive others by promising to deliver what they know they can not control. In either case they are enemies of the Catholic cause. The politician who masquerades under the cloak of religion to gain political ends is to be despised. The candidate who tries to catch the "Catholic vote" Is simply chasing a Thero is no such thing, as ho will find i""" out to his sorrow when the voteg aro counted. Miss Cora Wallace Is home from Powee Valley, where she visited Miss Foley. Miss Sue Connaughton returned Saturday from a two weeks' visit to Atlantic City.' Mr. and Mrs. William "SclioU, of Portland, have been visiting relatives in Knoxvllle, Tenn. Q...C SOCIETY. Miss Alice $25 to $30 These garments were left over from a shipment that came In late In spring, and aro correct In every stylo .detail for fall wear.. We make tho startling offering In order to clear them out before wo hammer on our regular fall stocks. They are conservative models all of them made by Hart, Schaffner & Marx fully silk lined and elegantly tailored. In various desirable weaves and fabrics, in pleasing colorings. Now reduced to S18. .. Shinnick was the guest of Editor Shinnick and family at Shelbyville. week-en- d Mrs. Leo Meagher, of Frankfort, Indiana marriages are not lastvisit with ing. When the Floyd Circuit Court was here for a week-en- d (her mother, Mrs. McGrath. opened this week the docket showed eighty-tw- o divorce Buits. Matt Muldoon returned Sunday These aro comparatively new cases evening from a trip to Chicago, Deand show that domestic infelicity troit, Cleveland and other points. has Increased about New Albany Miss Jessie Cannon, Bardstown and vicinity. For this condition road, had Miss Geneva Alderson as LEVY'S Third and Market. hasty marriage and greedy Magistrates are largely responsible. The Syracuse diocese and people of all demoninations mourn tho death of the Rev. John F. Mullaney, LL. D who for over thirty years had bcought grace, inspiration and salvation to his people. week. her guest for several days the past GERMAN BANK Misses Margaret and LIHio of Parkland, spent the weekend with Miss Agnes Broderick in Clifton. y, $SifKgSPj Wf ,?RKrofN Fifth and Market Sts. and was witnessed by many friends ana well wishers of tho bilde and groom. St. Louis Bertrand's church was thronged Wednesday afternoon with friends to witness tho wedding of Miss Margaret Sheehan and Will-laLlnskey, Rev. Father R. G. ODJEIE Lyons officiating. The bride was LIVE FOR THE POOR. George OToolo, of St. Philip formerly private secietary to Miss Nerl parish, has returned to St. Magglo Judge, while the groom is Possibly in no Catholic charity is Viator College at Kankakee, 111., a popular member of the Dominican the hand of God more visibly mani- to resume his second year studies. parish and In Hibernian circles. fest, directing its foundation and USUAL SPLIT. guiding its efforts, than in that Registered at West Baden MAMMOTH EUCIHtE. organization In which is recognized as tho religious Springs this week were Rev. J. A. The community of the Little Sisters of O'Grady, Edward J. Hackett, Jr., "" Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will Philadelphia has split into two hos- the Poor. It Is a romance of the city. give their annual mammoth euchre tile factions over a question of love of God, tho history of their and F. J. Thoben, all of his and- - lotto on Thursday evening, managing the funds. Th,e original birth and life; but we can not here Slattery has reMiss Edna 9, and are planning to upon tho circumstances. Suf- turned from Memphis, where she November largest organizer wants to control the fi- enter have the list of prizes ever fice it live nances, and, lo, It came their way basket theyhand, for the aged poor; spent the summer, and is with Mrs. awarded at a similar affair. daily they encoun- Clifton Nock, 9C6 South Third in In billows, a good manager for ter the mortifications of mendi- street. FORTY HOURS. himself If not for the society. But cancy begging from door to door SWAGAR SHERLEY, membership for their helpless charges. Founded a large section of the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Angermeler Three local church. Holy Cross. by Father Le Lallleur, in and family motored to Bardstown In Democratic Nominee for Congress. wants to know where their money St. 1840 St. Boniface and Holy Trinity at St. Servan, on the sea coast of last Sunday to visit Miss Clara Matthews, will have tho Forty Is going to; and so there Is trouble. Brittany, whero two young girls, Angermeier, who is a student at CLAY HALL, NATHAN KAHN, WILLIAM A. PERRY, simultaneously Hours' devotions Prosecuting Democratic Nominee for State Sen- - Democratic Nominee for Clerk of The strange thing is that some Marie de la Compassion and Marie Nazareth Academy. next week. This being Rosary Democratic Nominee forCourt. twenty and Attorney Police Police Court. ator Thirty-eight- h District. thousands of presumably sane men Therese, some respectively, eighteen month, there will be a large atyears of age an B. C. BECKMANN, J. H. JOHNSON, Miss Kate Newman, of Frankfort, tendance at each. The services will be duped into paying good elderly spinster, Marie de laand could Croix, Democratic Nominee for Councilman money to men whose only recom- made their first essay that year in has been spending the week with begin with high mass Sunday morn- Democratic Nominee for Councilman brothers, Will C. Newman, and ing and will continue until the solSecond Ward. First Ward. mendation was that they needed tho simplo lodging of Fanchon her family, in this city, and Thomas B. emn closing on Tuesday. Aubert, their first charge, an old Newman, and daughter, in New cash. To get it they raised the blind of eighty. The Littlo cry and, la, it came their Sisterswomantho Poor now number CENTRAL COMMITTEE. of way in billows. Now tho dupes are over twenty-fiv- e hundred Sisters, announces Mrs. Elizabeth Next Friday night the Central THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE beginning to como to their senses with more than one hundred and the engagement Hemme daughter, of her of A., and they want to know what be fifty houses In France, Alsace, Eng Miss Mary Anna Hemme, to George Committee, C. K, In St. will hold its October meeting Italy, Spain, Aigoria, John's Hall. the wedding to Clay and Walnut. This promises came of their money. What impu- land, Scotland, Ireland and the F. Mlttlebeeler, promoters get United States, where there are fed take place the latter part of dence! Didn't the to be an important meeting and every delegate is called upon to It and what further Information is and sheltered over 20,000 of God's A number of communicanecessary? The money went just poor. Their House of Novices, near Misses Catherine and Margaret attend. tions will be read and a programme Becherel, France, at present conINCORPORATED where It was intended to go. The tains over 500 novices from every Greene were hostesses at a linen for future activity discussed. shower Friday in honor of Miss GerPhiladelphia Stonemen are not tho part of the world, learning to serve WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. trude Shader, whose marriage ,to only members of A. P. A. organiza- as humblest menials the poor whom Leo Carrico, of Springfield, takes MACKIN SOCIAL CLUB. From 1840 tions who have learned the bitter God shall send them. God Is surely place next Tuesday. to 1916 the hand of Tuesday evening Mackin Council of wisdom at the expense of visible In such a Christian increase. lesson Social Club will inaugurate Its fall Messrs. and Mesdames their pocketbooks. The same story For themselves they ask nothing, Sweeney and Frstnk Green, William scries of dances at the club house of New with modifications can be told of these Sisters. They own and can Albany, motored to Nazareth last on Twenty-sixt- h street. Tho club own nothing but the Habit they Sunday to visit Miss Wllma Green Is to be conducted on the similar organizations elsewhere. wear, and not even that. Their and Miss Wllma Everode, students I plan this year, which as"i food Is what is left when their sures its friends many enjoyable THAT "CATHOLIC" VOTE. charge has been served. If there at Nazareth Academy. evenings. Admittance will be by InIs enough for their poor, and yet Misses May Hennessy and Mar- vitation only and may bo secured politicians foster the not enough for themselves, they go garet McDonough, of New Albany, from the members. The officers for From our own magnificent forests came the inspiration for the wonderful colorings mistaken notion that Catholics vote to bed hungry. This is no ex- left Sunday for Denver, Col., to visit the 1916-1- 7 series are Eugene traordinary happening with the Sisas a body. To this the True Voice ters friends for two weeks. Returning Thompson, President; Harry Kibby, to be seen in this lavish display. The fabrics for fall show no lack of imagination or of this congregation, Vlco President; Raymond Schott, replies that nothing could be farther it happens the rule is, as and when they will stop at St. Louis, where Secretary; we state artistic ability, though they are mostly of American origin. During these epening days George Thornton, they will be tho guests of relatives. from the truth. There is no "Cath- it, the poor first, themselves last or you are to see the newest and best of these fabrics and we will tell you of a few here: olic vote" in the sense that poli- not at all. Misses Margaret C. O'Brien and ticians understand It. But there QUIETLY WEDDED. niece, Magdalen Newton, of HowHUNDREDS OF CILLICES. are Catholics millions of them ard Park, and Miss Ella Johnson, The who are voters. That is the distincSince the inqeption of the Cath of this city, are visiting in Evans- - Blend mariage of Miss Maeuerite Society vllle, the guests of Miss O Brien's quietly and Henry H. Rafferty was Church Extension Gros do Londres and Satin combination in whioh Is seldom made by those olic Novelty Serges; woven with black back tion solemnized Wednesday ground iir white checks, stripes and plaid smart strikingly attractive plaids; for tho who talk of the "Catholic vote." nearly eleven years ago, and brother, William O'Brien, and Mrs. morning at tho rectory of St. John's through tho generosity of patrons, O'Brien. church in tho presence of immeCatholic voters do not belong to COO chalices, each representing the effects; an unusual variety of patterns in most part these aro to bo seen in the darker relatives and a few friends, one political party, nor do wo be- donation of $15 from a friend of h $1.00 width; per yard a favorite diateRev. Miss Lucille Hackett, Schuh-man- n width; per yard... $2.00 Father George W. color tones; lieve that any issue could be raised the society, have been sent out to in New Albany society circles, left tho 15 SI Broadcloth is a celebrated quality officiating. Immediately after In politics that would unite them on needy missions, leaving only four Thursday to represent Floyd county the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. RafSuede Crepes; with beautiful soft satin with a beautiful high and permanent requisitions, though more applica- in the cavalcade of young women ferty left for a trip through election day. They.voto their politi- tions aro expected. lustrous finish ; it is shown in all the new fall j finish in innumerable street and evening Are there not representing the different Indiana mountains of North Carolina, the and cal views, just as others do; and four generous Catholics among the counties in the State centennial $5.00 width; per yard.' colorings; also black; per yard $2.00 shades; they will continue to do it unless many thousands In this country of parade In Indianapolis on Friday. will bo at home at their apartments In tho Homestead after November Wool Velours; in plain colors and checks complete asCrinkled Crepe Georgette; a they are driven by organized an- ours who will como forward now 4. The bride Is a daughter of Mrs. formed of combination of colors; supple sortment of the new and most wanted shades with a donation to take William H. Islng and bride, who Margaret Blend, and the groom Is tagonism to unite for self defense. remaining applications? care of the $3.50 weave in was Miss Lillian K. Garvey, are now width; per yard We are not dissatisfied with this width; per for dresses and waists; Among things greatly on their wedding rtlp and will re a local newspaper man. other Serges; all wool; in checks, stripes yard French $2.00 condition. In fact, we believe it needed on the missions are the fol- turn October 20, when they will be DISORGANIZED. and plaids that reveal new and beautiful better that Catholics are divided lowing: Clboria for $15; Stations at their new home, 2121 South exlight weight; Chiffon Velveteen; color combinations; these are effectively em of the for politically. Conditions that de- strancesCross $24 $12 and $15; mon Preston street. Their marriage was Last year much was for and six brass can- solemnized with nuptial high mass the enthusiasm among read aboul ployed for misses' dresses and skirts; per quisitely soft and supple; shown in wondermanded a Center party in Germany dlesticks and an altar crucifix for at St. Cecilia's church. the then width; newly organized sffclety of the yard $1.25 ful new colorings; also black; to overcome tho Kulturkampf of $15. A donation for any of the per yard $5.00 Stonemen In Philadelphia, which Serges, Gabardines and Poplins; a plentiful Announcement has just been both politicians Bismarck's day do not obtain here. above named church goods will be gratefully received by tho Catholic made of the engagement of Miss agitators tried to and Georgette Crepe; heavy quality in supervariety of shades in all these weaves; also Persecution brought out a "Catholic make Extension Society, McCor-nilc- k May Schwierman, of Highland Park, ends. And now there Is serve their width; shown in white, navy and black; width; all wool; fine weave; vote" In that country when it was Churchbuilding, Chicago. trouble in Joseph Bowman, late of this the ranks. Some members refuse and .' $3.00 $2.50 flesh and black; per yard per yard Similar conditions might seeded. city but now of Detroit. Their longer to be led, some are combring out a "Catholic vote" In this ' G mariage will bo solemnized at SMALLEST niRLE. plaining about too frequent taxao'clock in the morning on Tues tion, some are contending that all ountry; but we can see no likeliA copy of tho smallest printed day, October 17, at St. Leo's church contributions are not accounted fr. agitation hood of it. in English ever All unworthy movements come to ha proved to be only sporadic and Testament received by Rev. J. issued has been Folk, One of the prettiest weddings of an ignoble end. short-live. Is a service organization for rendering convenient, highly intelligent and efficient shopStill the future may librarian at Notre Dame University, the season took place at St. Leo's H bring forth a movement that will The tyne pagn measuipes public. church, Highland Park, on Tuesday, THEY PAY DEAlt. ping service to the or an men. This dook consists of when Miss Marcella Kustes became compel a united vote. ; or specific style intormatiod. Write for samples or materials pages and Is a reduced fac- - the bride of Frank Crawford. The American women in England pay ThOM who talk of a "Catholic 520 a .year of the war &&&b4$4&&6G&$$&Q&&&& $500,000,000 4mJ4x$SSvote" la thin eouatry are to be dig- - mo. Fitjgerald, the pastor, fund In that eouatry. Rev m D. J. Meagher, The Indiana Catholic suggests Mrs. John McAteer has gono to that if Col. Roosevelt is going to Chicago'to meet Mr. and Mrs. Robspeak again for the Republicans ert Long, who are returning from tho National Committee had better Colorado Springs. edit his speeches for safety. Miss Lucille Schleman, of the West End, Reports como from Rome that Miss Jessie spent lastatweek-en- d homewith on Bannon her the Pope wilU probably hold a the Bardstown road. consistory in December, when he Master John M. Barry Is recoverwill create a number of Italian ing rapidly from his operation of Cardinals. last week, when his tonsils and adenoids were removed. Thus far It has been slow going Matt Heffernan, a well known for the commission of Amorlcans and Mexicans in session over tho member of the local fire department, is ill with pneumonia at Sts. troubled border conditions. Mary and Elizabeth's Hospital. Miss Annie Meagher left Sunday to visit relatives at Solomon, Kas., where she will join her aunt, Mrs. y ANTJO anti-Cathol- ic Straight Democratic Ticket. antl-Cathol- ic Bel-glu- A I Complete Representation of New Silks Also Woolen Dress Fabrics Self-seeki- Woolens Silks 44-inc- 33-inc- h 40-inc- h 54-inc- h 40-inc- h 45-inc- h anti-Cathol- ic 54-inc- h 42-inc- h Anti-Cathol- ic Our Mail Order Division nt d. non-reside- jj. - oofrfrs $M$t4 &3j&rvxjci3?sr ih&i&xs AJsaa&JaticAxz RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. Wc aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVILLE AMEKIOAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGKAVEIIS BY & DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAI I8aeeSMMSMXSMMMeiSXl!IMCBtiei8ICReMC2XM S Hennessy & Axman! 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H. r specializing at $15.00 and $25.00 At these two popular prices we offer especially good value. The makers specialize to produce suits and overcoats that will be unmatched in value and every man should make it a point to see this unusually good clothing. vm. ' isgrigS sheet metal contractor 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- L. 420 JOS. DALY CONTRACTING "PAINTER West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. well-know- ARTISTIC PRINTING PEOPLES PBOVTDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n citizens was organized by FIRST CLASS WORK Give Tills Office Your Next Order 317 W. GREEN ST. Telephone City 946 ' on S. to make "LOANS furniture and other personal erty at prop- R LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bldg., Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones, 2886. Phono Shawneo 803 JOnN B. O'LEARY HENRY GOSS Headquarters for CITY AND FARM TROPERTY. HOOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTINO See us about anything in real Tin Roofs Repaired and Fainted estate. We sell, buy and rent. ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. 2011 West Broadway, Louisville, Xy. Borne Phone City 4464. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S.. C.MmI rUMCldl nSMM uhkuui ''''j & CO. Home SMITH, PROP. v onI anu EmKalmni lii.uui.ieci BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. ? 1 A4.frfr..fr.H..M"MM"M"Wll,K'W v w Ill ULHbK nTTni iimniiY w Kt 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, MM in Home City 2008 ." mtt-tn- rr j. I Funeral Directors and Embalmers i5 Cuinb. Main JL'JrtL - Jt- iUJliViS. - . ........ .......... WHTWTIVT'IV" HUVHIIMIMI' 2908-- n ...... College. Division 7 of the Ladies' AuxX iliary of Indianapolis held a meeting in honor of Mrs. Joseph Clark, elected to the office of Stato Vice Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Division 4 will meet Monday Vice President W. L. Cushing. evening. Recording Secretary Daniel McThe County Board convention at Carthy. Springfield, Mass., was one of the Secretary Financial Edward largest yet held there. Clancy. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Los Angeles has three divisions Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English of the Ladles' Auxiliary. Margaret, Tim Lyons. Sentinel Phelan la County President. The county convention will be DIVISION 3. called to order tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock in Division 3's club First and third Friday, Hibernian house. 0 Home, Portland. Denver Hibernians will initiate President Lawrence J. Mackey. a large class and hold a banquet on Vice Presidont John J. Riley. October 29. It Is expected to have Secretary John J. Financial 10o candidates. Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary Margaret Taylor, State Mrs. Matthew President of the Indiana Ladies' O'Brien. Auxiliary, is reported ill at her Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s home in Beech Grove. M. Kalaher. Sentinel Thomas Noon. Indianapolis Hibernians will undertake the establishment of a perDIVISION 4. manent home and headquarters for the order In that city. Meets" Second and Fourth' Mondays, The Ancient Order at Springfield, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. Mass., has made notable progress President John H. Hennessy. during the year, the divisions being Vice President Thomas Lynch. in fine shape financially. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Myles McPart-lan- d Langan. National Director was in Minneapolis last week Recording Secretary James J. and said the outlook for the order McTlghe. was never more promising. Treasurer Pat Connelly. Division 2 of Syracuse this week Sentinel M. J. McDermott. inaugurated its winter series of Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. "forty-five- " contests. Its players will meet teams from all other soY. M. I. cieties. Matt O'Brien, Division 3's ReMACKIN COUNCIL, cording Secretary and a popular Meets Monday Evenings 205. Club at member of the order, will desert House, 344 North Twenty-sixththe ranks of the bachelors next Presidont S. O. Hubbuch. month. M. First Vice President F. Monday night Division 1 put on the initiatory degrees and took Schaad. Second Vice President R. L. steps toward observing the sliver jubilee of the order in Niagara Scheckler. Financial Secretary, F. Q. Adams. county. Recording Secretary G. W. Rev. Father O'Connor has ex- Buckle. pressed himself as being profoundly Treasurer G. J. Thornton. grateful for the showing of the Marshal Theo. Buckle. order in St. Michael's jubilee proInside Sentinel James Radigan. cession. Outside Sentinel H. Pfeicer. Minnesota Hibernians at their State convention made an annual grant of ?600 for the establishment of an Irish library at St. Thomas 1818-182". DIVISION 1. Meets Fourth Thursday, Liederkranz Boys' New Clothing Ready J S Jlw If 111 I 7i I i 3 Fine F. B. Q. Suits for boys at $6.50 to $12.50. Emphasis is placed on the splendid value offered at $7.50. Boys' Reefers are offered in every new style and color at $5.00. Boys' Gabardine Raincoats are offered at $7.50 and $10.00. Boys' Separate Knickerbocker Trousers are on sale in many patterns for choice at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. FOURTH FLOOR 1' ill I s iMMMBMBMMMBaegragMSMgMMa8MMiB KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else- z s j I DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT ewees9t NONE PURER jj where. Omaha will hold a big initiation on November 12. Forty wero given the third degree last week at Denver. Indianapolis Knights have eight teams in their bowling league. The fourth degree exemplification at St. Paul has been set for October F.F.X.L.BEERI NONE BETTER 26. A turkey supper was given officers of Evansvllle Council. At Astoria, Ore., a committee is looking up ellglbles and excellent the-retirin- Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. I results are anticipated. Adams will deliver the address at the Columbus day open mass meeting at Denver. Within the next three months Duluth Knights will begin the erection of a $75,000 club house. Ex-Go- v. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE MMHVMUUHiMUMUVHUMMMHHUUUMUtMUiHiUiWVitHV CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y HOME PHONE 88 J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. President. Every delegate and alternate should be present at the county convention tomorrow, as much good can be done and encouraged offment given the newly-electe- icers. 822 Bast Madbn. tareot. WWWVVVWVWWVWWVWVV . Home Phone Shawnee 484 tM j cago. State President J. retires tomorrow after a four-yeCounty President, and reterm as markable to say, there was not a ripple of dissatisfaction during that time or the least semblanco of a faction. Archbishop Mundeleln has won his way into the hearts of the Chicago Irish by commencing the study of Irish history In Catholic Through the efforts of schools. the Ancient Order it Is taught in S25 institutions in and near ChiW. Connelly ar I 1010 ?? INCORPORATED. RATTERMAN SCANNELL PRETTY1 IRISH ANSWER. A lady of great beauty and attractiveness, who was an ardent admirer of Ireland, once crowned her praise of It at a party by saying: "I think I was meant for an Irish woman." "Madam," rejoined a witty son of Erin, who happened to be present, "thousands would back me in saying you were meant for an Irishman." cWf! muepeiiueiu ruucrcu mreciurs anu iLinijaimers 3101 WEST BROADWAY to You as tbe Nearest Phone1 November Election 1016 "As Ner Oar Special $3.00 Spray Oar Special $5.00" Wreath WHIMS IN STYLE. sybsbsk '''HlBrBBBs VOTR FOR BEN W- - KLING effi- FOR Much lace is used to trim Italian silk underwear. The largest values In FuneDeep sailor collars of fur adorn ral Flowers ever offered la some of tho autumn coats. Louisville. There is a good deal of panne For prompt delivery call ?23 velvet In autumn millinery. both phones, Empire waistline is .much m The favored in autumn lingerie. Ostrich feathers for trimming finds a place in autumn fashions. There 1b mora ribbon this season raiumi on lingerie than artificial flowers. Seal Is a fur that will bo much Kwthrvmue loulrvMp used for trimming broadcloth models for the street. Flowers telegraphed everywhere." Monkey fur, which was worn last appears on some of 1t your boy as mSLaoon Uut will winter, already the autumn garments. prepart ttism for Uf. ' Crocheted bags in silk are one ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE: of the smart handbag models. The crochet Is usually done in bright planning the organization of a bowling league of sixteen teams. The Knights of Columbus building at Butte will cost $125,000 and will be a magnificent structure. twenty-fou- r Bernard Reynolds, years old, of Zanesvllle, Is the youngest Grand Knight in Ohio. At Auburn there will be a big exemplification of the fourth on October 12 for the councils of Central and Western New York. Every large city will havo patriotic exercises Washington's birthday, when speakers of renown will appear everywhere. Former Gov. Glynn and Rev. Father Mulry, S. J will address tho Columbus day gathering at Carnegie Hall, New York City. The Knights of New Orleans are going to throw open their magnificent club house to the Catholic young men and boys of the city. The formal opening of the magnificent new home of the Knights at Fulton, N. Y., will take place next Thursday, concluding with a banquet. Railroad fare of candidates not residing in tho city whe are received into the order at Little Rock on Columbus day will bo paid out of the initiation fee. Washington Gladden, of Rev. Columbus, Ohio, and Hon. T. S. Hogan, former Attorney General, GERMAN CROWN PRINCE. will be the Columbus day speakers In command of the Teuton armies at Beaver Falls, Pa. before Verdun. The Knights of Fond du Lac, Wis., will soon start their campaign POOR TASTE THIS. for the fund for the erection of a new club house, on the property rewearing trousers are be- cently purchased on Sheboygan iWomen coming more and more numerous In street. England. day Speakers at the Discovery will be celebration at Columbus ELECTORAL COLLEGE. Rev. Father Tlerney, Dudley Field Malone and Congressman Brumt States of the baugh. This will be one of the The Union have 531 votes in the elec- most notable celebrations in the toral college. The number neces country. sary to a choice is 2G6. Is forty-eigh- The council at Green Bay, Wis., OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. t INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, JOHN B. WRANK, Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 20 WALTERS' LOUISVTLLEJ. KX A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f - FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Cumb. Phone West 191 -- Home Phone 1913 THifi WIEDEMANN nrcoaro rated BREWING COMPANY'S - Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Renowned for purity, strength, excellent QRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. gla ftt all leading bars and cafes. tewa NEARING RECOVERY. wss Our readers will, rejoice to know monument to Gen. that the Very Rev. Charles Ewell Phil Sheridan will be unveiled in Craik, dean of Christ Church CatheCapitol Park at Albany this after- dral, continues to improve at the His Norton Memorial Infirmary. noon. son, Charles Ewell Cralk, Jr., who also was seriously hurt when an IRISH SOLDIER GIRL. interurban car struck his father's Miss Flora Sanders, an Irish automobile1 September 24, Is well girl, Is A Sergeant in the Serbian along tho road to recovery. army. PICK OUT REST. A splendid PERIODICALS. "Do you take any periodlcals?"-dske-d the minister on his first round of parish visits'. replied the "Well, I don't," woman, "but my husband takes 'em frequent, I do wish you'd try to get him to sign the pledge." An elderly German and his wife were much given to quarreling. One day, after a particularly unpleasant scene, tho old woman remarked with a sigh: "Well, I vlsh SHERIDAN MONUMENT. OLDBARBEE JThe Best Straight Whisky On Earth JNO. T. BARBEE INCORPORATED 1 & CO. Sole Owners Registered Dial. No. 33 726-73- 0 Main Office and Salesroom, West Main Street FRED ERHART ARCHITECT H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. BIO UMjCKJKE lftVl. Board of Education. Economy consistent with ciency and thoroughness." Xy. Conducted by thn Xaverlaa Brothers. Solenttflo Classical, and Business Courses, Preparatory Department, Larcc Bwlmmlnr Pool, Well Squipped Gmea turn. Tersoa Meter'. Bro. Jasaea, Dlr. 113 IV. Broadway, XawisriUs, colors. T vish I vas in a beer garden!" Navy blue continues to be a fash shouted her husband. ionable color, and for the schoolgirl, Silk voile Is a fabric used in the "Ach, ya!" cried the old wife; NORTON BUILDING of whatever age, it is a very wise new lingerie for petticoats and "always you try to pick out the N. W. Cuner Fourth and JefFcrsu ( choice. beet place for yourself." I vas in heafen!" . Tftbsaesa AVKIWUasJ jfCrartf'XXJOJSEY gtaaB!gBSaEBSEEKttiiMa ISWtSJBC AJS&J&T&XCAJSP MORRIS AND HARAGAN Twin City Star Twirlers Win the Kentucky American Trips to the World's Baseball Series. ' Irish HERMAN STRAUS rouRTH Avenue I ' WllllilMlllWaMMMIMMWMMawJ wcap&?Arco market SONS J street We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. BSSnPeJt0Ng!gS3BBBBjiiH Silk Offerings At low-pric- SPLENDID 40-in- A Sale of Sample Handkerchiefs -- Very Moderate Prices; fag?, width, ofTussah Silks; in a great many Chiffon; In a fered in the full complement light and dark; colors both of street or evening colors; n a splendid 36 inches wide; for very popular material general silk for waists; a fl.00 quality has wear; 50c qualities, listed in 33c 70c this sale at been put in this sale at Chine; an excellent Georgetto Crepe; a beautiful quality of this favorite, in both wearing combination of silk light and dark colors; 40 width. and linen, in inches wide; a $1.89 quality Makes up into beautiful, soft on sale has been placed frocks, and is also suitable for $1.50 at underwear; a 59c quality on 45c sale at Itlnck Cnchemlro Satin; has a high, lustrous finish, and is Silk roplins; in every one of the offered in an extra width; 40 exquisite new colors and plain inches wide; $1.75 qualities; black; 36 inches wide; a 90c In this sale at $1.50 quality, listed in this sale 05c for Itlnck Peau do Sole; a lovely silk that is espeBlack TnlTetn; a very good qualmuch-use- d cially favored for mourning silk; 36 ity of this wide, and wear; inches wide and a $1.25 qualregularly priced at $1.50; this ity a small lot only; while it $1.20 sale $1.00 lasts, price Crepo do 36-inc- y, !Hk""Br .mmmmmm m I-vt-- i h dull-finish- es 4 tgEnsgaBBiagaaaa'ia TRY A. LOAD OF Wallins Creek Lump Coa! FOR HOME USES. Low in Ash. Higli in Heat. S6ANL0N 60flL COMPANY INCORPORATED. 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. Home City 405 V Cnmli. Mnin 415 ONE DOLLAR The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. with this safe, conservative, starts a Savings Account Sixty-one-year-old ROBERT MORRIS. RAY HARAGAN. Robert Morris, Mackln Council's of all for an enjoyable time at the star 'twlrler and Incidentally the big show, and here's hoping we see City some Twin League product taking best pitcher In the Twin part In the near date. at League this season, led the field In Following Is seriesfinal astanding, the as the popularity contest of the Ken- certified to by the Judges, Counciltucky Irish American, Ray Haragan, man Thomas Dolan, Representative Bertrand's manager and the leading George Barrett and Ben Sandmann: 3,236 twlrler of last season, finishing a Morris, Mackln 2,144 THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT good second. Morris received R. Haragan, Bertrands 1,056 3,236 votes, these being solicited Steinbock, scorer. 434 and gathered by a little coterie of Kenealey, K. of C 213 his friends In Mackln Council, led Higgins, Bertrands 193 by that wise old campaigner, George Killoran, Orioles 183 Thornton, who left no stone un- J. Scully, Olympics 175 turned to land his man and predict- Sheehan, Champs 170 ed all along that Mackln's repre- Coleman, Champs 143 sentative would be surely a winner. O'Brien, Champs 13D The leader's vote was given a big Ohllgschlager, Trinity 117 boost by one of his friends and ad- R. Pontrich, Imperials twenty-year- s' Schulte, K. of C 110 mirers, who took a 110 subscription in his behalf. Ray Dalton, Olympics 100 Haragan, the second winner, re- W. Murphy, Olympics 80 is re- Harrigan, Imperials ceived 2,144 votes, which 80 markable considering he had no or- Burns, scorer 80 ganization working in his behalf, Mattingly, K. of C All the late an m- - siv sandSnapei 73 ca he found but depended upon scattering votes, Schieman, Mackln t nahlr otIcm, 72 his main strength coming from St. O'Loughlin, Olympics 70 Louis Bertrand's parish, where he Thornton, Mackln Donnelly, Trinity 64 Is deservedly popular. Eddie Stein-boc60 the league Secretary, was the Hogan, Champs 53 runner up, receiving 1,056 votes, Cronen, Mackin 42 S ' BBBBftu while John Kenealey, of the K. of Burke, Bertrands 35 , C, finished fourth with 434. The Eschmann, Imperials 32 winners left for New York Friday Lally, Mackln . 24 morning, and have arranged to make Chester, Orioles stop-ov23 trips In Washington, Bosler, Trinity arScheckler, Mackin 23 Philadelphia and other points, 22 riving in Brooklyn on Tuesday for Voor, Imperials 22 the first game in that city, where Bossmeyer, K. of C 15 reserved seats are In their name for Clresi, K. of C 14 the two games at the gate of Ebbets J. Murphy, Bertrands Field. They have ihe best wishes Flynn, Bertrands 13 k, er We have secured from two large importers their entire line of Linen and Fine Cotton Handkerchiefs and at the following prices they should sell quickly, as this chance will not come again for some time, as the manufacturers of linen are almost at a standstill. You can save money buying your Christmas handkerchiefs in this sale. 500 Dozen Regular 10c Fine 750 Dozen Very Fine Imported Lawn Handkerchiefs; with Lawn Handkerchiefs; with em- -' dainty white colored and broidered corner; in white and odge; each 5c colors; each handkerchief on a 300 Dozen Pure Linen Handsample card; regular 25c kerchiefs; with novelty colored value 15c printing; pink, blue and lav900 Dozen All Pure Linen ender; regular 15c values; 10c each Handkerchiefs; many with sheer hemstitching; white or colored; 600 Dozgn Very Sheer Lawn novelty embroidered ; regular Handkerchiefs; with white or 25c to 39c values; all imported; colored embroidery; flower in each 19C corner; regular 19c and 25c values; each 12c 240 Dozen Very Fine n 350 Dozen Jap Silk and Crepe Sample Handkerchiefs; with emde Chine Handkerchiefs and broidered corner; regular 50c to Dainty Colored Novelties; all 75c values; all imported; 15c regular 25c values; each each 25c All-Line- SCHOOL SHOES We have the largest selection of Children's Shoes in the city. If you want Good, Solid Shoes for your boy or girl you will find our prices most reasonable. VOLZ& MICHAEL SnOE FITTERS TO THE FAMILY iifn 33Q WEST MARKET i.'hi.Ti s3:Last Dollar The and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. STREET. That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAYINGS ACCOUNT with this bask; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COUiC a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" must be spent for somethlag you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. M 1 German Insurance BanK Second and Market Under the Big Clock State Government Supervision. VERY GOOD. SACRED HEART ACADEMY THE URSULINE DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN. CRESCENT HILL, LOUISVILLE KY. Catalogue Sent Free. High Moral and Intellectual Standards. ADDRESS: SECRETARY, SACRED HEART ACADEMY, Archbishop Moellcr, or Cincinnati, has announced that the receipts for the new seminary, which will be Heights, Norwood at erected amounted to ?132,000. This is very though somewhat good, Indeed, short of the $200,000 necessary to erect the building. IMtKI'AKK FOR JUBILEE. MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- Ky. Title Savings Bank Open Daily Until 3 p. m. '4 v" NEW BLEND 65C 2 1.3 Lbs. 10c in 5?gS Saturday Until 7 p. m. 2 SSsSSSSSS 3115 CHEROKEE DRIVE, LOUISVILLE, KY. VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'VVVVVVV HOME TELEPHONE! The Service With the Largest List of Connections in Louisville and Suburbs. All Service Unlimited. The silver jubilee of the dedication of St. Mary's Cathedral, San Francisco, In 1891 will be Observed will great solemnity on the last Preparations Sunday In October. are already under way to make tho occasion a memorable event in the history of the archdiocese. 1JIG HOLY Special rebate ticket good for trade with 2 2 lbs of New Blend. Where the Quid! Meal Comes In the homo la Where work is quickly brightest; dono; I Whero tho work la Whero cooking seems lightest; real fun; Where tho meal Whero baking gives decooked best; light; Where tho range stands Whero drudge is out of tho test sight That's where tho That's whero tho "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes in. in. Quick Meal 'Gas Raujjcs Sold, Installed mid Highly Recommended Where JOHN M. MULLOY, 313 West Market. vmwmmmmmmmmmmm ir&ll NAME DAY. 'QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATED parishes In Washington will be represented in a parade of the Holy Name Society in Baltimore on October 15. It is expected that fully 8,000 men from Washington will be In line. The thirty-thre- e Clean Grocery Stores. "The Best For Less." Orders for $1 or mire delivered to any part of the city. Long Distance Connections J To All Points of Importance to the Louisville Trade. Lowest Kates. MEMOIUAIj TO CaKDIXAIj. 'MM l THAT GREATEST FpOL. THE LOUISVILLE HOME TELEPHONE CO. 1 VfcWWWVWVtWVWWVVW INCORPORATED U you need dyeing mo can satisfy you. If you want opcrt service just call us up. Wo have nover been out of dyes for one moment since tho war begun and are thorouglily equipped to handle nil work of every description. You can rest assured surely has queer principles. Auto Delivery. Parcel Tost Service. xinsxiaaro- t INCORPORATED. both phones 2635. GEN. VON HAESLER. Tho Ancient Order of Hibernians German commander eighty years in Sydney, Australia, has secured a magnificent site In the new Federal of ago, under Crown Prince. capital of New South Wales, CanMAKES SLATTEKY AXGKY. berra, for a great memorial to Cardinal Moran. Slattery, of Boston, Is very angry because President WilBRYAN'S HATEFUL POLICY. son has appointed a few Catholics to Postmasterships. This While William Jennings Bryan says Joseph, will stop condition, after the stump the country in favor of election this fall. Wo wonder If will Wilson and the national ticket, it the gentleman has any accurate inis announced that he will devote formation on tho subject. If he much time to the Nebraskan cam- has he should give It to the public. paign, and will indirectly If not For a good many years now Slatopenly oppose the Democratic can- tery has been talking through his didate for Governor and Gilbert fake blretta. Union and Times. to Hitchcock for the LONGEST BKIDGE. Senate. The grapejuice statesman Ex-prie- st GEHER & SON, L 215 W. MARKET ST 67-- A - TOUCHING INCIDENT. In a PULS CLEANING 426 S. Fifth St. . DYEING CO. Louisville, Ky. letter to Les Missions Father Bonnald, O. Catho-llque- s, M. I., BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA of the Keewatin vicariate, relates a touching Incident of missionary An epidemic that had career. been raging in the glacial regions where his lot is cast had prevented him for some weeks from visiting one of the villages entrusted to his spiritual care. When he waa Anally enabled to harness his dogs to his sledge and visit the village he found sickness and death reigning supreme. The missionary writes: "I found eleven bodies WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. Ho MtKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky.: stretched out on the cabin mats, rigid in death with the temperature forty degrees below zero. I approached the remains to recite a prayer, and found, to my astonishment, that In the right hand of each corpse was clasped a little birch-bar- k of package a piece folded In two. On the outside was written: 'Only our father (the priest) may read these lines.' It was a confession. My poor people, feeling death approach and unable to confess their sins to God's minister, had written them on their slips of. bark the papyrus of these northern latitude." A Catholic who had not made his Residence OOce Easter duty for many years was 2828 Garland Ave. 2300 Garland Ave. Cumb. Phone, South lying at the point of death. A Home Phone, Shaw. 478-friend of his, about to go to the Chimney Company old country on a visit, called on him good-byto bid him As he was Overhauling and repairing nteam or hot air furnaces n specialty. leaving the house the sick man said Prompt service to all ports of the city. to him: "John, do you see that hickory 4 cane standing in the corner?" MM 1 H'WIH H I "Yes." "Well," said he smilingly, M. j. BANNON, LAWRENCE P. BANNON, JR., J. VEENEHAN. "take that with you, and when you Pre:. & Up. Vies Pros, fc Trias. Secrttary. meet a bigger fool than yourself give it to him." John took the cane and went to Ireland. In the course of a few months he returned, and having learned that his friend was still alive and that he had not yet mado his Easter duty, he picked ; ; Sewer asd Calvert Pipe, up the stick and off he went to see d America's longest Sanson's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Coadaits, the conversareinforced c'oncreto bridge is ntfar-in- g him. In tho course bf and affairs in Wall Coplarf, Drain Tile. Verified BricK, tion about the people completion at Cleveland and the old country, the sick man said: T Fire Proofing, Flae Lining, Fire BricK will be 2,880 feet long, eighty feet "Why, John, I see you still carry Grate and Boiler Tile, Groaad Fire Clay, Cklaaey ttejs. wide and at its highest point 591 the stick I gave you." feet above the river. "Yes, James," said he, "the fact OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON of the matter Is I have concluded ONE HUNDRED YEARS OLD. HOME PHONES CITY to bring it back to you; for in the CUMB. MAIN 507. have not Mrs. Johannah Cleary, who was courso of my travels I are, since met WORKS 13th cad Breck. and Magnolia Ave,, Bet. 9th and lOtli. evthe oldest woman in Scott county, as big a fool as you ery Catholic that I came across had l"Il""l-i"IH'ltm"H- l died Monday at Georgetown. She 1H 11 ! was the mother of former City En- unade his Easter duty." story in an We find tho foregoing gineer Jack Cleary and was 100 exchange. We do not vouch for tho years of age. Coras. Banians and Callonsea Removed "Withont Fain truth of tho incident, but there is Iagrown and Abnormal Treated. no doubt about tho moral and thr BACKBITING. application thereof, says the Sacnpd If there Is any meaner vice than Heart "Easter backbiting, It iBn't practiced this Is one Review. The on every duty" Caththat presses side of tho infernal regions, and olic. It is the very least a. Catholic yet how prevalunt Is detraction oven may do and still be worthy of the INSTRUMENTS STERILIZED among those who profess to be name. Catholics Why should Both Phones 1120 Catholics! There Isn't tho shadow jeopardize their souls' salvation by 500.7 Starks Bnilding of an excuse for anyone trying to evading or putting off this duty? rutn tho reputation of his neigh- Duty! it ought to be to them a Homo, City SlOl GujuU. South 9GG-- Y bor. Ho who is guilty of this most marvelous privilege. The time despicable the in the United States for the tuuili-mepractice is liko assassin who from ambush shoots of the Easter duty began on & his victim in the back. Without the first Sunday of Lent and will character himself, his end on Trinity Sunday, which falls INCORPOItATED. ' Base envy withers at another's joy, mis year on juuo is. ua. uu vum-oll- c put It off till the very close. And hates that excellence ho can Coal. not reach; The "last minute" Catholic is of and therefore he tries to destroy course better than tho one who the fair name of his neighbor out neglects the duty altogether, but he Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue is not an edifying fright. of pure malice. Shawnee Oil Cleaning e. f I lieilHt illHMI IIP. BANNON PIPE CO. double-decke- 573-178- 6. I 1 IHlllllll -- Dr Uriah L Litsey, Chiropodist nt I I DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO. Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico