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Kentucky Irish American: October 14, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916101401_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: October 14, 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. 3P0 FURNITURE go rro Wm. F. Mayer 413 W. Market. Kentucky IrIsh American NO. 16. SCENE AT SEVENTH CENTENARY El Norao Wilkoe Union Made Cigars.. VOLUME XXXVII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1916. PRICE FIVE CENTS. CELEBRATION OF THE DOMINICAfjfORDER AND GOLDEN JUBILEE OF ST. LOUIS BERTRAND'S PARISH. &w-:.- - tilfcMBHBaMKra::!tMli.. iHraifchhhaVBft llJiftHel - ilHHHnHiMFflHaHHHEK aLLLHaLLavlLHflHBHBfHHroBHL v MPhaMlSMafgMBfllF wwxmmKm v? H . ' .t&gSB&Kt TlritMbFiT1 VMMarffimHMf afilrlfflttflftl t ajaraMawaBlB a ? - - .MBBBJamgwv.I BHfl9HIBHBIBBH'n'"i,,,-'r!HB- a ij"MacaK-aHK5Hlsy.cr.OKi f St w?MBg5MgL .ifflffir ;VlaaHaMiHWaaEElWKl!aB3aHl fin "BKMnHfWllMMiBiMBMaT r ar 1 PHjpgppapePaS m www iiai WSBKm--rmmw- AffliiBBelaiiHyK irKaHEIaSliwEBRV.. . ':'iBSlPBHHfflflB 'pifo3ejara jf TBrfBniTjBwlTDllMrsBiSr DCjr?H3lBMMijflVTfff MVii bm -- anti Man9vnBr liii" pick up the dally papers and see in the headlines where tho "Dominicans were starting a revolution," or that "The Dominicans were flghtlni again," only to read In the articles that references wore made to tho Haytian republic, Santo Domingo. Order and Parish Celebrate Ju- Father Schuhmann complimented Itcdmond in Address at Water-for- d the appearance of the church and Says Home Itnle Is bilee Anniversaries During said that it was one of tho show Certain. "Week. city and a credit to churches of the the the priests and people. Rev. Conpastor of St. stantino Schaaf, Peter Claver's church, spoke of tho aSnnquct For Clergy and Laity brotherhood between St. Dominic Conscription "Would Be Scandal St. Francis, and that bondage That Would King Around Tuesday Prouiincnt Feature andgood feeling still existed between of tho Domlnlcsfhs and Franciscans. tho World. of Celebration. Rev. Cletus Brady, C. P., Prior of the Passlonist order here, spoko of the good feeling existing b6tween Dominicans, Franciscans SFormcr Priors of St. Louis Bcr- - tho order here, and how those and Nationalists Demand Early Distwo his cussion of Irish Question in trand'a Present and Take had assisted them during their orthe House. ganization and thirty years' existFestivities. Part in ence here, and extonded his best wishes for the Dominicans and St. Louis Bertrand's parish. Very Rev. J. Raymond Meagher, A PARTITION FAVORED THE MEN'S BANQUT LAST- - NIGHT Provincial of the Dominicans, spoke NEVER of his close relationships in ..giMmH IRELAND viding for a permanent division of 'tno ancient nation! The Lloyd-Georplan which ;as favored was definitely for the limited period of the war, ho continued, its object being to glve twety-sl- x counties ge DOMINICAN Rev. George Schuhmann, D. D., pastor of St. John's church, ad- WHAT SOCIALISTS ARE DOING dressed the members of Trinity .1 .j..ponmlPntiwnll onnrilrlrti rtn tTlft ..i -o- ofaypTtst'r 'CWPrtJiTtafttififavoraBishop ClPbilaghuocHhjncbthtrthollcTrganli assem- comlng In at first. For my part, I The British Parliament The unusual conditions t produced As the date of election day draws. zations in this city, his address beSolemn high mass was celebrated the assistance of his order to the diocese. bled Tuesday for the autumn ses- would oppose a provision in the nearer tho Republican party leaders ing greatly enjoyed by those pres- by the great war have given this in this church secular priests at St. Louis Bertrand's amending bill which provided for deattenMeagher and more panic ent. Father Schuhmann was given country a momentary period of exTuesday morning at 10 o'clock, Father the large also called cele- sion, when Irish Nationalists have the permanent exclusion of any por- are becoming more straining Holy Nam cided to make an effort to every tion to stricken and are voto of thanks for his interesting cessive prosperity. It is also a comthis being the opening service good the Dominiquestion discussed in the tion of Ireland! For good or ill, nerve. to check tho steady drift to a the Irish brations and what lecture. President B. J. Sandmann period of excessive disquietude. Tho memorative of the celebration in can order was doing among tho House of Commons as early as pos- that scheme is dead." Wilson, the latest movo being to announced that Charles Slemen, prices of some of the most necessary Mr. Redmond said that the pres- flood honor of the seventh centenary of men. Very Rev. Father Crowley sible. John Redmond was requested inthe the newly Iho Dominican order and the golden closed with thanking Very Rev. to give notice of the following mo- ent situation was the most trying and trust country with Wall astreet structor, willappointed physicalweek of commodities have gone up by In boodle leaps and bounds. The threatened tako charge this jubilee of St. Louis Bertrand's Father Cronln, tho secular priests tion a,nd ask facilities for its dis- crisis In his recollection, and that a perate effort to buyfunds election desfor and that an indoor tennis tourna- rise in bread prices has led to the parish. Very Rev. T. S. McGovern, and Mayor Buschemeyer for their cussion: "That the system of gov- bad blow was struck at Ireland by Hughes. Politicians tho predict that ment will be held In the near fu- demand for a Federal Investigation t; the uprising. "All through 0. P., a former Prior, was said grace for the ernment at present maintained In tory," he continued, "some our his- the Republican campaign fund this ture. The membership campaign into the reasons for such action, presence, malign Very Rev. J. D. Fowler, closing of and most enjoyable af- Ireland Is inconsistent with the this tlmo will be tho largest ever used next Monday and much In- and local investigations on tho matseemed over another former Prior, was deacon, fair. principles wherefor the Allies are influence haseve of victory at hand In the history of American politics starts Is being manifested by the ter have already been begun. Strikes terest to dash on the Hecnan, formerly and Rev. J. A. Tuesday evening the sermon was fighting in Europe and is or has Just aro dally evidences of tho somo Instances stationed at St. Louis Bertrand's, preached by Very Rev. J. Raymond been mainly responsible for the the cup of comfort from the lips of and there this prediction. Right members. Trinity's Bowling League and lockouts in of tho day. have been the Fifty secular Meagher, his subject being "The recent unhappy events and for the Ireland, and unfortunately almost proof inofKentucky thousands of dol- Is now In full swing, Ray Schreck's garment order turned out of Tho subdeacon. was priests of this diocese, ten Domini Glories of the Dominiqan Order," present state of feeling In that always that Influence has como from here are being spent to liven up Cubs leading with nlno won and shops byworkers, employers in tho tho three lost, with tho Giants and metropolis, their Ireland herself. The constitutional lars can priests, six Franciscan priests, with recitation of tho rosary, com- country." interest In tho Wall stret candiafter a stubborn strugfor second honors, flower pline, sermon and benediction. 'flfty altar boys and fifty to his con- movement must continue," ho de- date, and on his appearance hero Athletics tied four lost. In a notable address gle forced tho latter to return to girls made up the procession from Wednesday morning solemn high stituents at Watorford" on Friday of clared. "It would be putting our Thursday money was spent like eight won and tho orderly regime of tho protocol. rectory to the church, of which mass was said by Very Rev. J. P. last week John Redmond, the Irish people down as fools If It was seri- water in the purchase of bombs the On the Mesaba range' In Minnesota INTO ETERNAL REST. there was a moving picture taken, Vallely, O. P., a former Prior, and Natlonlllst leader in Parliament, ously proposed that they abandon (and bums), flags, torchlights, etc., the Iron oro workers hearkened to at the close of the services a tho sermon preached by Rev. C. J. declared that, despite tho recent or break up that movement In favor along the line of march to whoop and appeal Industrial WorkIn tho regretted death of Sister the of the of the and threw down group picture was made. Rev. O'Connell, of Bardstown, he re- rebellion, "with all Its inevitable of the Insane ideals of those who things up for Hughes. The saloons large ers World Rock, of the Cathedral, ferring in glowing terms to harfi aftermath of brutalities, stupidities have Invited Ireland once again to where negroes congregate and the Mildred Volpert, thirty years old their tools. P. M. J. The machinists and Domini a nun at the longshoremen won victories without delivered the sermon, his subject working and inflamed passions," home rule have recourse to arms against the levee front was raked high and dry nnd since 1905 Centenary of cans in the early aays in Ken- and Ireland is safe If Ireland re- British empire." neing "The Seventh St. much effort, as the time was op for he It was Impossible, however, he In- to bring this element to Phoenix llrsullno Convent and teacher at the Dominican Order," in which St. tucky. In the evening the sermon mains sane. He also declared that sisted, that tho relations with the Hill the other evening, while the nnnifniui nnhnnl. tho Ilrstillne order portune for them. Milk wagon to paid many glowing tributes wan delivered by Very Rev. L. F. conscription could never bo forced local Republican district leaders and her friends lose one whose en- - j drivers and Ice men In the summor Dominic and the order, giving a Kearney, a former Provincial of the upon Ireland, adding: "I can not Government could be as they were made personal canvasses through tire life has been a beautiful months demanded changes, and by before, and the Irish party found theso sketch of its progress and trials Dominican order, who spoke of tho b.rlng myself to believe that, malign Itself absolutely In opposition to the inconstrikes seriously of true Catholicity. In every their districts distributing Hughes during the seven hunarea years 01 growth of Catholicity Jn the United though the Influences at work are, holy re- venienced many cities. The traction used the Government, for It was badges to be rounds offollowing day thing connected with her its history. drinks In- ligion sho was most faithful and employes in several places have and buying States. Thursday morning Very the Government "will bo insane coalitionface again with tho face to At the closo of tho services Rov. Father Fowler, O. P., another enough to challenge a conflict with stronghold in Dublin Castle. Unionist numerable for tho thirsty colored during her long Illness her patience made moves for better conditions, So far Father Crowley read a cablegram former Prior, was celebrant of tho Ireland on this subject. Conscrip- as the war Is concerned, he said, brother. and resignation to the will of the culminating in tho strike in New several from His Holiness Pope Benedict, mass, and ho delivered tho sermon tion for Ireland, far from helping Ireland's attitude was unchanged, Every straw vote taken lately Almighty was that of a true Cath- York, which threatened and transmitted through tho Mas- Thursday evening, his subject being the army and the war, would be the and she would do nothing calcu- from every part of the country olic soul. Slater Mildred Is sur- times to assume enormous proporof tho Dominican or- 'Dominicans and tho Holy Hour." most fatal thing that could happen. gains for vived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tions. Tho huge railroad difficulty Bhows tho same results ter Genoral Very Rev. It would be resisted in every vil- lated to postpone for one instant Wilson and corresponding losses for Christopher Volpert; three broth- sent a chill of fear through all der, extending his congratulations Yesterday morning bestowing the Apostolic Father Christmas, Prior of St. Rose, lage In Ireland. Its attempted en- the victorious ending of the con- Hughes. The following significant ers and two sisters. Funeral serv- classes of the people. Tho workers and also of blessing upon the priests and mem-oer- s was the celebrant of the mass and forcement would be a scandal which flict. "I appeal to the sane menpro- statement Is taken from the Now ices were held at the chapel, 80G have determined to take advantage he added, "to rally to of the parish. last evening a luncheon was given would ring around the world. It Ireland," from tho conspiracy of all York Herald, which Is making ex East Chestnut street, Monday morn- of tho present situation to get what Following tho church services a under, the auspices of tho Holy would produce no additional men." tect her flckle, foolish and Irrespon- tensive efforts to secure a nation- ing. To the bereaved .father and they can out of tho profits which Hall, banquet was held In Bertrand Hall, Name Society In Bertrand Continuing, the Irish Parliament- that Is wide straw vote: mother and relatives deapest sym- are being made and to try to keep O. P., short talks being made by leaders ary leader said: ""The mere threat sible now on foot." w pace with tho higher cost of living. Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, "IN THE VOTE THUS FAR pathy Is extended. actwhich pastor of St. Louis Bertrand's, peo- of the different parish societies and Is paralyzing recruiting, These conditions certainly deTAKEN IN ALL OF THE DELAETARE MEDAL CEREMONY. About 300 mand serious study on the part of GRIEVES THE PONTIFF. BATABLE STATES IT HAS BEing as toastmaster. among them be-i- others, Very Rev. Father Crowley Is not dead as some people say. The Today is latest figures inded show that from THAN all our citizens. They are artificial acting as toastmaster. ple were present, Tho Laetaro medal, awarded this COME MORE APPARENT w.vnr HuBchemeyer, former children's day and the closing day the date of the rising (Easter SunPope Benedict, in a letter to Car- and unstable, and unless properly IT WAS A WEEK OR TWO AGO T.tont. fjnv. McDormott. Judge Matt ' nf fh. rpiohr.ition. with hlch mass day) until September 6,000 recruits year to Dr. James J. Walah, famous THAT THE PRESIDENT IS GAIN- dinal von Hartmann, Archbishop of directed arp likely to lead to sewhen the " -snenu ouuww O'Doherty, m fM m...1n. frftllflll . at 9 o'clock said by Father Crowley, wore received, this aemana ior Catholic surgeon and scientist, will ING AND MR. HUGHES SLIP- Cologne, and other German Arch- verely evil consequencestimes comes. bishops, laments that his invitation reaction from the flush Jailer Charles Foster and Frank an entertainment In the hall for the conscription is not a genuine mili- be presented to tho recipient on PING." McGrath, Chairman of tho local children following the church serV' tary demand. It is a base political October 22 at tho university. In The Herald can be classed as a in behalf of peace has given rise to This has been pointed out several Very Rov. ices. and open times before. Tho when It Democratic Committee. device put forward by men who past years the award been supporter of Hughes, and President suspicion on one sideas If Instead thought throughout leaders of public has the country are offense on the other, want to injure and discredit Ire- made at tho home of the winner, concedes this much to Father J. P. Cronln, Vicar General, O'Donaghue, represented Bishop KENTUCKY SOLDIKUS. land's political future and revive by but because this is Notro Dame's Wilson tho outlook is not very of being dictated by an ardent de- beginning to call attention to it and conbright for the G. O. P. Further sire to settle th quarrel justly it to warn the people of the necessity any and every means bad blood bewho Is out of the city, and Jubilee year It was defathers of for the gratulated tho Dominican Letters from Corporal Frank J. tween the two countries, in the diamond hold the ceremony at tho along tho Horald again says: "The bad been dictated by the hope The of preparingcome on change which on Is sure to the cession of Republicans have given up all ex- securing advantage to himself. and tho congregation was the only Hlgglns, of Company A, First In- wicked hope that when the war Is cided to university. Tho Laetaro medal Is pectations of a landslide, and we Pontiff adds tnat periumauon oi European hostilities. In the econot saying that it fantry, say the Kentucky regiments over the British people may tolorate an emblem conferred by the Unihistory of States parish, but is very much In a credit to that community. to the are making a long "hike" but will some attempt to repeal tho homo versity of Notro Damo On soma believe tho result part or tho coun- Bplrit has prevented normal ofJudg- nomic have been tho United seasons Mayor recurrent the there ment and tho recognition whole Catholic be soon back In camp near El Paso. rule act. But whatever the motive Catholic whose works and services doubt." In every - of high prices and strikes and retry straw votes are being taken by truth, so that what to many is selfJohn H. Buschemeyer was next The Kentuckians aro enjoying ex- back of the proposal may be, It will enworthy of but there has high on called upon and received an pres- cellent health and find much pleas- never be carried through the House have made him who have honor. traveling men both they trains and evident becomes Obscure, namely sultant been a wages; of such uncer been in tho cities where thbso period stop, and that "The Pontiff, the Vicar of tho never from those thusiastic receptioncomplimented the ure going through the country, and of Commons as long as the Irish Among and medal aro elated over tho pralso given party remains as It Is today, united awarded the every are men. life, In every instance not only a major- King of Peace and the father of all tain factors as at the present time. ent. Tho Mayor consequence of his an but church and parish on the good work uiem by the regular army officers. and entitled to speak for Ireland. women from jurists, position in and ity Is Bhown in favor of Wilson, that. Christians, In and admonish, per- The war has in fact produced the that ho at abnormal condition that Is of high ministry they were doing and said bo pres-e- When the Kentucky troops entered The way to continue to get recruits lawyers and surgeon, authors and an overwhelming majority men soldiers for suade and exhort In behalf of peace most unmeasurable character. Appease the in- Journalists, One of the traveling JNew Mexico, they wero Is far different. ,and his wlfo were glad to Ho Las Cruces, the Sisters of Loretto flamed feeling In Ireland. is a Belknap's, a local concern, has Kept Dr. Walsh social workers. In. tho United States, a3 In other peace not in favor of one party, Withgreeted by on this proud occasion. elements even medical Journal in all humanity." out to little that ho was a rnoru surprised Academy, who had the girlspatriotic draw martial law. Make it plain contributor to a member of the New tabulation on these votes taken cer- but ofwith a prayer that The letter countries, tho radical advantage are peace may determined to tako of his travels and the figures aro closes that the defense of tho realm act In America, is there were noiexplained to him welcome them and sing that this situation. The Socialists are Boon return. Corporal Hlgglns intimates will be administered not as it Is York Historical Society, a member tainly gladdening for Democracy. songs. ent, but th 8 was n vote, already busy at work. In the New American The that tho men's banquet was that the Kentucky forces may re- being administered nowInIn different of the Now York, Medical Associa- which was clalmod so strongly by the turn homo before the snow flies. York Call of October 1 tho wondera Fellow of tho ST. GEORGE'S. the same tion of parts of Ireland, but bo held Friday night under to Society. ful growth of the party in this spirit as It Is administered in' Eng New" York Academy of Medicine, a tho Republicans at the outset of of tho Holy Name last country, from 96,000 votea In 1900 Knight the campaign, Is now supporting The mission that opened HOWARD'S OPENING. land,, Scotland ana waies, ureal Knight of Columbus and Very Rev. J, D. Fowler, O. P.. a prisoners arrested during the rising Commander of the Order of St. Wilson In preference to Hughes, Sunday at St. George's church has to 900,000 votes In 1912 is shown, tomer Prior now locatedtheat backed by Roosevelt, as they real- been well attended and the results and predictions aro made for a .parish Patrick B. Howard has purchased as political prisoners. Put an end Gregory. congratulated City, ize the latter In his bitter hatred are very gratifying to Father Weiss, greater harvest in tho coming camtheir repu- the rgocery and cafe at the south- to insults and attacks upon Ireland on its progress and said was wide- east corner of Eighth and Breckin- and recognize generally what she MAKING RETREAT. for Germany and German-Amethe pastor, and the Passlonist mis- paign, The single taxers are also generosity tation for cans, would stoop to anything for sionary fathers, Next week will bo not idle. In California they are always carried ridge and will have a formal open- has done. On these lines the Govspread and that ho recruiting The clergy of the Indianapolis vengeance, and that as the Republi- for the men, the mission for women seizlnK tho opportunity whleh the pleasant recollections of his term in ing next Wednesday evening from ernment may succeed in happened. diocese are making their- annual re- can Secretary of State he would be rloslne Sunday nisht. There will reports of the State Tax Commission 8 to 12 o'clock, with music and even after all that has . . Louisville. ., lunch as the features, Lawrence But as for conscription, In that way treat this week In Indianapolis. in a position to do much harm.n be masses and short instructions and the Commission on Immigration Tietf r.uirra senuaiuKuu, xj. every morning at 5 and 8 o clock, and Housing have given them to blames the Rey. Charles Curran, of Holy Trin- Roosevelt made pastor of St. John's chureb, creat-l- a D. Meany, well known and popular, lies madness, ruin and disaster." rosary, instrucvote for defeat in the left New Albany, tho It for Mr. HowThe Irish leader iblg hit wltk tola auditors, bUUbr will manage the cafethe bit wishes absolutely false thatalso said his was ity church, the week, will who home Chicago convention and he is back- and Insermonevening benediction at drive home their ideas, and to take be and tion, col the first of he or ard, and both have much amumnt by (Continued on Page Four.) ing Hughes with the object of being 7:30. leagues ever favored a scheme pro tomorrow, that frequently h wa shoeked to of their friends for tieoess. OWENS 6kifr' - aneugSa' ofSjnducing an opportunity the in volunother six counties tarily after the war by an exhibisane tion of .successful, tolerant, government in tho Soutn and West. "Tho way this matter now stands Is: The homo rulettact 1b on the statute book. Thesact which suspends Its operation Iproyldes that If it is not put IntOj operation before tho war ends, then Mt comes into operation nutoniatiqblly at the end of tho war. NothTfig has altered, nor can alter that$unless It be a new act of Parlla&nt. But It Is true that the Goverft'ment Is pledged to introduce an amending bill when the act comes lnto"pperation. That bill must bo considered on its merOur its, when the tima comes. hands ard perfeetljj free. For my part, I desire :;?llendly, peaceful settlement wlthlljger. We do not want to cocrcekijm part of Ulster REPUBLICANS DESERTING which ls,agaln&tjHKhing in at first, butwe-wll- l noitteMrato thecoerclon - the denominating factor In the Hughes Cabinet. This latter fact Is also frightening away the lovers of peace, who know that Roosevelt Is aching to war with somebody for nothing- else than to allow him to pose as the Rough Rider leader, Becoming Panic Stricken As ranting up and down In the lime- War Has Caused Situation That Hughes' Candidacy Becomes light breathing Are and brimstone. Calls For Serious The story In theso columns last week that tho local Republicans are Thought. Weaker. preparing to knife Owens created consternation in tho Republican camp and the supportors of tho forare Wall Street Advancing Enor mer Democrat and Bull Mooserstory Our Disturbed Conditions Dethreatening to retaliate. The mous Fund in Attempt to mand the Attention of CathIs that Chilton and Searcy aro planning to concentrate their strength olic Citizens. Buy Election. behind Lucas for Police Court Prosecutor, as the local machine dictators figure that in the event of Hughes' election Hert, German American Voters Sup- State boss, will get all thetho new Must Concern Themselves With pie, so Problems That Confronts porting Wilson in Preference they are going to play for "local safety first." . This Country. to .Roosevelt. . REPUBLICANS UNCERTAINTY - TRINITY COUNCIL. v- Hmj:ptt!!M .. cele-"bran- I ex-nm- , coie-bratio- n. nt "" r German-America- I ri - German-America- I JKBKCTCrOIErX' IJSISH AMERICAN, KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN.. .Unto EVBRY SATURDAY. U &t Sedal mi Moral A4i$tmmevi et Irlsii Aanrkm aatf CfcftMki liss'i OfteiaMy Indorsed by Ameteat Order ot Htewriaa, Iutkute Bxd CattwHe Kfelgfeta of AaMriea. PUBLISHBD VOTE POR KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING JWBSCRIPTION PRICK, ONB DOLLAR PB YEAR -- mi CO., Iwprfc; Publtafem u 4 SfNOLS COPY yc WILSOiVMARSHALL , CU fUttM. M fluff t Hn alt CMMMiMMeM to tfca KMTVOgr HHSM AMBMCMM92t WMi AMrsea " ll.li.l ' "- - Ibm St. r t llfr II b sxUSEH?5te CC.TWADES (jjflSgfl COUNCIL j LOUISVILLE, KY. CONGRATULATIONS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1916 strike is destructive of tho very foundation of a free government. The Catholics of this diocese ex- It arrays class against class regardtend their best wishes and con- less of right. It serves notice on gratulations to the Dominican order every employer that there is no on its seven hundredth anniversary security for him, no right or justice, and St. Louis Bertrand's parish on that there is no hope for him and its golden jubilee. his interests except in making common cause with every other emIiAWS NO GOOD. f press published broadcast Sunday morning that Germany was suing for peace and ready to quit, when lo and behold TAKES ADMIRABLE STAND. German submarines sink seven or The life of the United States eight British merchant ships in the soldiers on the Mexican border is, afternoon, with a ? 15,0 00,0 00 loss. as the phrase goes, just one thing A BOOMERANG. Market streets, with nuptial high after another. Day and night, both OOwwPOMWftCwJCW mass. No invitations will be ismorn and even, the rattlesnakes Tho Hughes special carrying New sued. bite and the mosquitoes sting, and York's 400 and society leaders is Mr. and Mrsv L. C. Pitt announce now tho Baptists are after the proving to be a good vote getter the marriage of their daughter, The Catholic for Wilson. militiaman's soul. Miss Rose Pitt, to William S. Putsoldier is, after his kind, a sinner, nam, which took place October 7 Miss Irene McCabe, Crescent Hill, at St. Mary Magdalene's rectory, Louisville women have shown has been entertaining Miss and tho Episcopalian soldier is, ODJEIE Louise the Rev. Father William officiating. their good sense during the last Smith, of Chicago. after his kind, a miserable sinner They will bo at home after October Starting with over according to tho prayer book and registration. 17 at their apartment in tho St. Miss Edith Joyce, Highland Park, Charles. the remainder of them are predes- 12,000, they now number only Is home from a week's visit to Miss tined or unregenerate sinners ac- about 4,000. They evidently and Agnes Cowley at Stithton. The marriage of Miss Alma Score cording to the particular brand of wisely prefer that their husbands and J. Louis Walsh and Miss Mary Mrs. Laura Duffy, JeffersonviUe, Etta Sullivan and Paul A. Ott will "divided Protestantism which they and fathers and brothers conduct favor.1 But to Gen. Funston all .the city and State's political affairs.- - had as her guest for the past week take place hajt Wednesday mornDuffy, of Texas. ing with a nuptial mass at 6 o'clock sinners are alike, and when the This bears out our contention that Mrs. Clarence at St. Louis Bertrand's, Rev. Father Baptist general convention of Texas women are above and beyond the T. H. Reilly and J. S. Malone E. A. Baxter officiating1 at tho cereproposed getting after the military political strifes and struggles that were among the Louisvillians spend- mony, which is a double wedding. Binner, as a specially vicious and would only bring them down from ing the past week in New York City. Both happy couples will leave immediately after the ceremony for a foreordained vessel of wrath, the tho high pedestal they occupy and Mrs. Frank McGrath left Monday trip through the East, returning General thought It time to call a honor. for St. Louis to attend the funeral home about November 1. of her aunt, Mrs. Margaret Mullen. halt in the game. The ministers SWAGAR SIIERLEY, England and her subsidized folmight, he said, hold their services ENJOYING THEMSELVES. and wife visited Democratic Nominee for Congress. ti TfJ! But they were not lowers aro sorely disappointed over hisEmmet Hogin and Mrs. W. M. In the camps. parents, Mr. Ray to single out tho boys serving under the fact that the Germans have not Hogin, in Dickson, Tenn., the past winners Haragan and Robert Morris, WILLIAM A. PERRY, NATHAN KAHN, CLAY HALL, in the Kentucky Irish Prosecuting Democratic Nominee for State Democratic Nominee for Clerk ot to hold them up to violated the neutrality laws. Presi- week. his command American popularity contest,, were Democratic Nominee forCourt. Police Court. ator Thirty-eight- h Police District. reprobation as a more iniquitous dent Wilson and Secretary Lansing present games in Brooklyn Miss Mary DeCoursey was, In from Tuesday at the state authoritatively that Germany B. C. BECKMANN, J. H. JOHNSON, sinWednesday and since opecies of sinner than all other Highland Park for a week-en- d visit then haveand been taking Democratic Nominee for Councilman ners; moreover he saw no reason has kept her promises. with her cousin, Miss Marguerite of Now York and the In the sights Democratic Nominee for Councilman surrounding Second Ward. First Ward. Ryan. for believing that men in the army American-Mexica- n vicinity. Both write this office that The Commisstood in greater need of this par- sion meets dally, but nothing has they aro enjoying themselves imMr. and. Mrs. Julius Wille, of mensely ticular kind of devotional katharsis been accomplished. and are taking advantage There is much Deer Park, had as .their guest this of the privileges at Washthan any other men. Cattlemen or discussion but no agreement. past week Mrs. John Egan, of ington and Philadelphia. Both say professional men, he mentioned as Fulton. they had no particular favorite in When a man tells you that one being quite as much in need of rethe Mrs. Mary E. Collins Is spending team series and were for the best l militiamen, r.ellgion Is as good as another, hand two weeks generation as the "pp-Vto win. with her brother, among whom aro some ten thousand him a counterfeit dollar and watch Reuben D. Cooper, and family at :: LEXINGTON. or more Catholics. Nor would he, him come to his senses. Fairfield. In the Interests of military disciThe family and friends of Miss NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON :: James J. Garrity, Assistant Oil Our friend, tho ice man, now pline, permit any righteous orgies Gormley, of Lexington, reInspector, left Tuesday oh a busi- Roslne news on Saturday of her taksuch as a revival or two. The Bap- retires, but another, the coal man, ness trip to Dayton, Cleveland and ceived ing the veil as a Sister of the Visi We are ready to dress you up with a New Suit . other points. tists of Texas now threaten to go will take his place. tation order, at Wheeling. Miss to tho ends of the earth to set x or Overcoat that will look better on you than any j Misses Susan McDermott CONSISTORY. and Gormley, who takes the name of aside his order. Gen. Funston has Eliza Bennett Young were last week Sister Mary Imelda, and who is only Suit or Overcoat you ever wore. twenty is tho daughter taken an admirable stand, and one There Is a persistent rumor that visitors at Bardstown, the guests of Mr. andyears old, P. Gormley, of of Mrs.' J. the that must meet with the approval Pope Benedict will hold another Mrs. Samuel Muir. We are distributors of the following lines: Bluegrass capita), and before going of every pfereon who has the least consistory the latter part of Novemto Wheeling to be connected with Mrs. James Curry, of or glimmerings of religious toleration. ber will the first of December, when county, has been spending Woodford the Catholic academy there was a the1 week he make an Important declarapupil at The As America says, there is In the tion regarding the war and tho at Highland Park, as the guest of ceremonies St. Paul's school. Gorm Fifth consecrating Miss d prospects for peace. The Pone will Mrs. A. M. Scoggin. world a particularly ley and another Sister. Miss Mary type of person, not only in this create several foreign Cardinals at of Wheeling, Miss Sallie Talbott, who Is visit- Margaret Flaherty, this consistory. Archbishop Hanna, WRITE OR CALL country but in other countries also, of ing Mrs. Annie Talbott at Bards- were conducted by the Rev. E. E. San Francisco, is the only Ameriwho does not hesitate to ascribe to can whose name is being considered town, will leave soon to spend the Wcller, Chancellor of the diocese. For designs and prices on Religious Statues for cemeteries. Many soldiers and sailors and probably at present. Archbishop Hanna is winter with friends in Montana. Catholics are beginning to realize that MOURN HIS DEATH. now In his year and this Is the true Catholic Idea In markto policemen and subway guards ing the resting place of their loved born In Rochester, N. Mrs. a proclivity for the seven deadly was was ordained a priest Y., where Seventh Mary Hackmiller, of South Many friends and relatives mourn ones. Statues of Our Lord. he street, was taken seriously in 1885. or any Saint In sins that manifests itself as a sort Pope Pius X. appointed him Aux- ill Monday and has been taken to the death ot Charles Reeder, a Virgin, Bronze, Marble, furnishedCotta enduring Terra or urge as soon as the uniform Is iliary Bishop of San Francisco Oc- Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. widely known and respected resi- Stone, with pedestal to match. of dent of this cltjvwho succumbed to put on. In putting his foot down tober 22, 1912, and on June 1, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson an- apoplexy Monday afternoon at his Rogers Church Goods Co. on this sort of rot Gen. Funston 1915, lie was appointed Archbishop of San Francisco by Pope Benedict. nounce the engagement of their home, 1602 Bank street. Ho was years old. and is survived has done something that will gain He was appointed Commissioner of daughter, Miss Corinne Lee Wilson, sixty-si- x 129 S. FOURTH AVE. him tho affectionate respect of Immigration at California in 1913. to Khinart La Faille. The wedding by two brothers, Frank L. Reeder, President of tho National Foundry g will take place October 18. every enlisted & Machine Company, and Harry HELPS YOUNG WOMEN. man throughout tho "world. Mrs. Mary O'Connell and daugh- Reeder, and his widow, Mrs. Emma INCORPORATED A reception was given Wednes ter, Miss Mary O'Connell, of South Rehm Reeder. The funeral was INJURIOUS SYMTATHY. day afternoon and evening to Sixth street, have returned from held Wednesday from St. Patrick's Clean Grocery Stores. Archbishop Mundeleln by the Cath Chicago, ;; In grace of line, in balance, in tailoring, in finish, T they were the church, many attending as a last When any set of men Ignoro ele- olic Women Foresters In the new guests of where J. O'Connell. tribute of respect to one who had "The Best For Less." Frank '.'. and in fit, that areatest of all tests, irrespective of lived among them many years. mental justice they forfeit the club rooms which the Foresters are Orders for $1 or more delivered to opening for the benefit of young stag luncheon was given J. respect and confidence of honest A ; ; the price you pay for it, will look better on you than any part of the city. MISSION AT ST. BONIFACE. people. Tho sympathetic strike vio- women who work In the business Louis Walsh by his bachelor friends district of Chicago. After the work at the residence of Martin Mullaney ; any garment you ever had. lates the cardinal virtue of justice. Is fully organized there will bo held Monday evening in honor of the apTomorrow morning at tho 10 was crowded, when addresses were means war without a moral basis, open door receptions every Sunday proaching nuptials of the guest of o'clock high mass a mission will delivered by Grand Knight Cassllly, It At any of these prices, begin at St. Boniface church that Rev. Father O'Mahoney, of tho for the trades unionist will fight ev- afternoon. Evory day features will honor. will continue for two weeks. It Cathedral, and Hon. Thomas Slat- ery employer because ho is an include an employment bureau, cir culating library, instruction in the The marriage at Miss Cornelia will be conducted by tho noted and tery, of Covington. An artistic and employer and the employer will war Industrial and fine arts and in do- Clay Murphy, the accomplished and able Capuchin Fathers Agatho and highly appreciated musical proon every trades unionist because he mestic science. The first gramme was rendered under the popular daughter of C. O. Murphy. Clement, of Pittsburgh. and Floyd A. W. Hlle, of Chicago, week the sermons will bo for those special supervision of Raymond Is a trades unionist. The sympaY. M. I. will be solemnized on Tuesday, Oc- who prefer German, but for the Barrett. $9.50, $12.50, $15.00, $16.50, $18.00 to $25.00 thetic strike means that tho emsecond they will be In English. The tober 24. ployer can not Insure the loyalty SAVE FOR THE IOOR. Mackin and Trinity Councils, Y, H"Il"! "M hours and order of services will be and fidelity of his workmen by his M. I., report much success and enMiss Lucille Hackott, of Now Al- published by tho missionaries. Both Those who havo any should save own loyalty and fidelity to them. couragement in the campaign they bany, ono of tho most attractive are eloquent pulpit orators and the Corns, Bunions and Callouses Removed Without Pais young ladies In tho Indiana centen- mission will doubtless prove their cast-oand old clothing for No matter what his treatment of are making for new members. Trinlagrowa and Abnormal Treated. ity Council expects to secure at nial celebration, ha& returned from tho poor. The St. Vincent do Paul them, the operation of his shop Is Society solicits any old clothing least 100 applications and will Indianapolis, where she represented likely at any moment to be halted award the leading teams some very Floyd county in the great parade. COLTJMBUS which may be for 25Y OBSERVED. some very poor made serviceable disby a sympathetic strike. His work- handsome prizes. Mackin offers a person and will loving cup to the team securing a marked increase In tribute the same during the cold Mrs, Frank Burke, Miss Jean There was men are willing to ruin their of the Columbus day in and wintry weather. This society INSTRUMENTS STERILIZED friends to injure another workman's The largest number lake candidates. Burke and Misses Amy and Jean the observance offyear. place next McCann were in Columbus last week Louisville will initiation this" Thursday has in this way relieved much sufalleged enemies. The nympathetic month. 506.7 SUrks Baildtnt: Botli Phone 11SO to be present at the wedding ot night the KuighU ;of Columbus Hall fering and distress. The pro-Engliet . What is the use of having laws If they are not enforced? Here In Louisville the boy with his ball and bat and the girl with roller skates are promptly driven from the street and sidewalks, while tho automobile speeder may Injure and kill all day long. There are ordinances governing automobiles, and were they enforced many would already have escaped death and injury. Every day and night our streets are crowded with automobiles that keep neither to tho right nor left and pass street cars upon both sides whether moving or discharging passengers. The evidence for this assertion may be seen at any hour on Broadway and other streets. People apparently have no claim for protection, and for this deplorable condition the city government is alone to blame. The police, the Board of Safety and the Police Court should get busy and enforce the laws and thereby protect the citizens. ployer, no matter how unreasonable, to fight organized labor to a f2xp''LBBBBBBBBBMLaaavaavaaLftsaaaLaaLaVkLVnaiaaivaBiavl finish. The only thing that holds a democratic society together is the TRAVELING FORTS BUILT ON FARM TRACTORS. fact that In it our welfare depends upon our conduct. Destroy the conPhoto shows caterpiller farm tractor. This Is tho same 'travel-b- y nection between good conduct and ing fort" that has attracted world -- wide attention in France its prosperity and you destroy the assaults on German trenches. foundation of the whole social Miss Jean Griffith and Roy Marr. COMING EVENTS. fabric. sympathetic strike The It was tho season's society evont which would destroy the possibility 17 October St. and over 200 guests were Euchre . of of an employer Insuring the stability of his relations with his Thomas Orphanage Sewing Society at K. of C. club house. men substitutes force for fairness Robert P. Holbourn and bride, October 18 Euchre and lotto, St. and inevitably leads to despotism. Leo's church, Highland Park, even- who was Miss Ella Curley, are spending their honeymoon in the contests against or- ing only. Labor can win ganized greed and selfishness. It will never win a permanent victory unless its cause be just and its methods fair and honorable. This has just been demonstrated in New York. DECISIVE ANSWER. by St. Eliza- vember 1, when they will be at beth's Auxiliary, Knights of St. home at 2727 South Third street. John, at Utopian Hall. The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. October 20 Euchre and lotto Kate Curley. given by Holy Rosary Academy in school hall, afternoon and evening. The marriage of Miss Bessie L. of Mr. and November 9 Euchre and lotto Daugherty, daughter by Trinity Council, Y. M. I., in Mrs. William Daugherty, and John T. Weber, well known young people club house, evening only. solemnized November 9 Eu' hre, lotto and of JeffersonviUe, was box supper by Okolona Social Club Thursday morning at St. Augus-une- 's church, Rev. Father Sheridan in Oakland Hall, Preston-streperforming the ceremony. road. November 14 Euchre and lotto Mrs. Roso F. Blrkel announces in St. Boniface Hall, benefit of tho engageemnt of her daughter, Miss Jennie Giles. Miss Lillian L. Blrkel, to John J. 29 October "The Bachelors' Kahlbrenner. The wedding will Congress," comedy drama, St. take place October 25 at St. AnMary's Hall, Eighth and Cedar. thony's church, Twenty-thir- d and October East and will not return until No- V- vi pREsiDENTi v - n.,0 SOCIETY. AKTO Straight Democratic Ticket. ey stop-ov- er GERMAN BANK Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge NEW STORE t and Market Sts. Out-do- nasty-minde- C, L fifty-seven- th Clothes t Kirschbaum Clothes t & B. HIpr-ip.- ! English-speakin- 'QUAKER MAID' Heldman Clothes Mayer Clothes Mandelberg Clothes Matchless Clothes J I Suits and Overcoats! "K .H"H"I-l--W"l-'H"l- "H''M''t ff Dr Uriah L Litsey, Chiropodist ) Ot K - SZ&lSPTXJOXZrK' HfcXSijE RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN IXUISVILILB BY AMERICAN ELEVATOR & MACHINE CO. 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" JP 1000 Zane Street "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON MAH SEE POOLEY FOR Room .MONEY SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. Doth Phones 2300. Chawk & Smith Auto Co. (t ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. One can select so easily the new Fall Suits and Overcoats here at Stewart's, such is the splendid variety offered for choice at this range of prices. Ready tor Your Griddle la the Morning" CONFIDENTIAL RELIABLE P. R. POOLEY 1, Courier-Journa- HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) AUTOMOBILE Building 21-J. $15.00 to $40.00 These Suits and Overcoats are all of a make well known to hundreds of men and young men. These men and young men have strong preference for this line, having experienced the utmost satisfaction in the service they have received and great pleasure in the good style and excellent fit of their clothing. m m T, I l 415 Fourth. Street Residence Phone, Peweo Valley Phone, City 3180. ESTABLISHED 1803 Louis A. Broring. D. D. S. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 JOS. DALY 120 BAST BROADWAY. Html PbHi 255S 430 W. Market St CONTRACTING PAINTER West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. HIBERNIANS. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. 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. (ill ImWwv i I next month. James McTlghe will prove a Home Phone Shawnee 803 worthy successor eto Thomas J. WM. ISGRIGG Langan. HENRY GOSS Joseph P. Callan, Wisconsin State SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR BOOFXNO, GUTTERING, SPOUTING President, has been elected for his ninth term. Tin Boofs Repaired and Fainted 4105 Henry Street The cohnty convention was wise ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY in the-- selection of officers for the 2011 West Broadway, Louisville, Xy. next two years. Home Phono, Shawnee 1383-The biennial county convention at New Haven, Conn., was attended Cuinb. South 000-Horn., City 31ol by 175 delegates. , Will McDonogh urges the divisions to become busy and suggests & an Irish field day. INCORPORATED. County President John Hennessy will call a meeting of the County Board at an early date. Coal. Quality Division 2 of Syracuse leads In "forty-five- " games beOffice and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue the series ofwith toams from other ing played L. PEOPLES PSOVXOENT ASSOCIATION JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Incorporated. n dtlzena was organized by Headquarters for to make CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. LOANS Seo us about anything In real on furniture and other personal property at estate. We sell, buy and rent XOWEST SATES. Coleman Bldg., 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Homo Phono City 4464. Both Phones. 28S6. well-know- A. O. H. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General" DIVISION 1. Nows Notes. Meets Fourth Thursday, Liederkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut Division 4 will hold an Initiation Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Secretary Financial Edward Clancy. Vice President President Mark Ryan. W. L. Cushlng. Boys New Clothing Ready r 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. 11 Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Thomas Keenan. James English. Tim Lyons. DIVISION 3. Y DOUGHERTY Best LANN1NG COAL CO. 0 Portland. President Lawren.ce J. Mackoy. Vice President John J. Riley. Secretary" John Financial J. l3roderick, 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary Matthew 1818-182- First and third Friday, Hibernian Home, FOURTH FLOOR 5 SaaaHggMiagtagMagtBaMBtMiaMBiagaaegaBsaaMBSBBiaiigHaBaBgrenogoQgszage O'Brien. KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. Late News That Will Interest Members Hero and Pittsburg and Jellico Treasurer Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Daniel Dougherty. M. Kalaher. Thonias Noon. DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT tfeaetee)e)t:) "Delivery Service?" I At the county convention held in Indianapolis there was a large atWilliam Feeney was tendance. sleeted County President. The division at Pueblo, Col., will SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. Initiate fifty new members next month, followed by a banquet at one of the principal hotels. The Hibernians had one of the mpst elaborate floats and made a fine showing in the Indiana centennial parade at Indianapolis. Here's to County President John Hennessy. He will Instill some of the life that has marked his long and successful administration as 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, President of Division 4. National President Joseph McLaughlin will be tendered a popular banquet in Scottish Rite Hall, Philadelphia, on Monday, October 30. 4 Covers will bo laid for 1,000. Niagara Falls Hibernlansx held a Homo City 2008 A rousing meeting last week and were Curali. Main 2008-- a In glory over the successful initiation. They are planning a big feature for their jubilee next year. Mrs. Adele Christy, National Vice mWVrtMVWWVMWmWVWVrtUMMMMMUWW. President of the Ladies' Auxiliary, HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y Is in Minnesota, and with Mrs. Mary Daly, State President, is visiting a number of divisions throughout the State. Mrs. James O'Donnell, one of the most popular women in Indiana Hicircles, was bernian County President of the Ladles' Auxiliary by the Marlon county convention at Indianapolis. BOTH PHONES 810. $" AL. S. SMITH, PROP. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director Funeral and Embalmer DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, State President John McCarthy Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. Installed President Thomas Kane President John H. Hennessy. New York and the officers of the Vice President Thomas Lynch. County Board. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Division 4 met Monday .evening Langan. and reports were made by the offiRecording Secretary James J. cers on the proceedings of the McTlghe. county convention. Treasurer Pat Connolly. 1 were of Division Members Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Sergeant-at-Arm- s pleased to learn that Martin Edward Byrne. Cuslck, who has been long ill, Is Improving in health. Y. M. I. societies. MACION COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixth; There was a big Initiation Sunday afternoon In Cincinnati. In Hamilton county and Cincinnati there are 3,000 members. Forty States have enacted laws making Discovery day a legal holiday. council RRX.L.BEERI Prompt i DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT Vice President R. L. Scheckler. Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. Recording Secretary G. W. Buckle. Schaad. Second First President S. O. Vico Hubbuch. M. President F. Treasurer O. J. Thornton. Marshal Theo. Buckle. Tnsldo Sentinel James Radlgan. Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. chased by Joint contributions by the State and the city, his birthplace. Gen. Sheridan was an Irishman and a Catholic. ABUSE ONE SIDED. A Funeral Directors and Embalmers! BOTH PHONES. J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. L. 822 wvvvvwvv Homo Plume Shawnee 484 1010 BEN W. KLING FOR '; RATTERMAN Chapel Free to rairons. INCORPORATED. Ea.grt Moixx $1zc&&t. s SCANNELL Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers 1916 "As Near I 3101 WEST BROADWAY to You as tbe Nearest Z November Election Phone Mite- - '9 Oar Special $3.00 Spray Oar Special $5.00 Wreath The largest values In Fuse ral Flowers ever offered la Loulf.vlile. For prompt delivery call 223 both phones. 1 1 vutuniM Mp8 mm tourth Mvnue loulfvUf ., noma shop VOTE X?OK 1 Flowers telegraphed everywhere " 6lve yoar bora as Isofttton t&ftt will prepars t&ua. for life. 5T. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 113 W. Broadway, X.omlTill, Xy. Conducted by the Xavariaa Brother CJteaaleal, and BubIbom Selntlfli Board ol Education. 3ottrs, Preparatory BqutMMd Law Economy contiisteat with effi" Awlmminsr Pool. Wall Dotartmaat, Oywn. cittocy and thoroughness. atam. Taraaa Moaa. Br. Jam, Mr. recent convert to the church is quoted as saying: "I have never seen a malicious attack upon the moral character of a Protestant minister or layman In the columns of any Catholic paper. I have nover seen the virtue of Protestant womanhood questioned therein. But during the twenty years that I occupied a pew in the Baptist meeting house I heard the Catholic church accused of almost every offense imaginable and not always in language that was choice or in a spirit that was charitable. In fact it was abuse of all things BISHOPS FOR ISLANDS. Catholic that aroused within me a desire to learn something of a reMichael Rov. The Right J. ligion so strongly opposed and so O'Doherty, appointed Archbishop of roundly abused." Manila, in succession to Archbishop IRISH RELIEF BAZAR. Harty, transferred to Omaha, Neb., was consecrated on September 3, Miss Nora Connolly, daughter of 1911, In the Ballaghadereon Cathedral, County Mayo, Ireland. Before James Connolly, put to death rethat time he was rector of the cently by the British Government, Irish College at Salamanca in will officially open the Irish relief Spain. The Right Rev. Maurice P. fund bazar in Madison Square GarThe ceremony Foley, D. D., Bishop of Tuguegarao, den this evening. appointed Bishop of Jaro, in suc- will consist ot raising the American cession to the Right Rev. Denis J. and Irish flags. The Executive ComDougherty, D. D., transferred to mittee of the bazar includes many Buffalo, N. Y., was formerly rector prominent persons, among them beJ. Gillespie, Thomas of the Cathedral of St. Augustine, ing George St. Augustine, Fla and was con Hughes Kelly and Justice Daniel F. secrated In that edifice on December Cohalan. Among the Irish societies are the Cunmann Numban, Friends 16, 1910. League, of Irish Freedom, Gaelic Hibernians, Ancient Order of JEFFERSONVILLE. Knights of St. John and Women's League. There was a most creditable ob Oatholic Benevolent servance ot Discovery day in FASHION HOBBIES. under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus, which ended Pretty hat models are made enwith a banquet in the new St. Augustine's Auditorium. Addresses tirely of velvet. Brocade Is much used for trimwere delivered by Thomas C. of Louisville; the Rov. ming afternoon and evening frocks. The muffs of the winter will be Michael F. Halpin, Judge James W. Fortune and James W. Sweeney, very much smaller than they have Those in been. Jr., of Jeffersonvlllo. Huge buttons of colored stones charge of tho arrangements were Charles W. White, Jr., Grand are used on afternoon and evening coats. Knight, and James F. O'Neil. Many of the new wool sweaters council was instituted nearly ten years ago and has a show wide collars, somo of them membership of about 125. sailor designs. Roal lace is used again for trimTRIBUTE TO SOLDIER. ming and will probably grow in favor. We may see a return of New York State and the lty of Irish lace to the place it held half Albany paid tribute Saturday to the a dozen years ago. memory of Gen. Philip H. Sheridan, Jeweled hair ornaments are to of civil war fame. The occasion be featured this winter. The color was the unveiling of a bronie of the jewels, of stones, matches equestrian statue of the heroic the color of the frocks with which cayIry leader, which was pur- - they are to be worn. Jetfor-sonvil- le Ma-poth- er, lle Established ten years ago, the NONE PURER NONE BETTER at Syracuse has now 1,500 members. Sunday 104 candidates were given the second and third degreesi In Cincinnati. Gov. Capper and Congressman Ayres were among those invited to ; CALL NO. W67 EITHER PHONE, address the Knights and their friends at Wichita. i s The Knights of Topeka are conducting a pool and billiard tournaIN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE ment for the boys. Prizes will be awarded at the close. Notre Dame Council, the only university council in the world, has a membership of 300. E. Vincent SATISFIES THAT lONGING. Mooney is Grand Knight. Knights The Milwaukee of opened their ninth bowling season They have six finger last week. INCORPORATED and four pony alleys, the finest in PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, the State. Edward Feeney, Knight of St. Gregory and former President FRANK JOHN B. the American Catholic Federation, presided at the Columbus day exercises in Brooklyn. The council at Lake Charles, La., will erect their' building on KIrby street, across from the Church of the Immaculate Conception, In the center of the city. Members and Catholics of Evans-vlll- e 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 wore carnations, the Indiana State flower, in appreciation of tho TELEPHONE 209 liODISVXLIiia. KT. successful legislation that made Discovery day a legal holiday. Right Rev. Bishop Schrembs, 6f A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f Toledo, and President Thompson, of the Ohio State University, were the principal speakers at Dayton at Thursday's celebration. Rev. William D. Hlckey presided. . Sure.! OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. k a-- Clay Street Brewery and WALTERS' FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lagfcr Peerless Common JESUIT JUBILEE. Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, Preparations for tho celebration and if you have tried the rest get the BEST, of the golden jubilee of the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, New York PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. City, have been completed. The celebration will begin on Sunday, Home Phone 1913 November 26, with a solemn Pon Cumb. Phone West 191 THK tifical mass, at which the celebrant Will bo Most Rov. John Bonzano, Apostolic Delegate. His D. D., Eminence John Cardinal Farley will preside and tho preacher will be Very Rev. Raymond Meagher, O. P. INCORPORATED S. T. It., Provincial of tho Dominican order. The celebration will last a week. WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. CHINESE JUBILEE. Rev. Father Kennelly, S. J., of Shanehal. writes the American For eign Mission Seminary at MaryknoTI an Interesting note on tne golden jubilee of a Chinese priest. The BeM at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, 8trcngth,xceiloKlwM QRUBER & DEUSER. Maaagers, Louisville, Ky. longs to the secular clergy of the Shanghai Catholic Mission, was the celebrant of the fiftieth anniversary The of his sacerdotal ordination. venerable jublllarian was surround ed on the occasion by tho fifty-foother members of the native clergy who then happened to bo enjoying their annual monthly holiday, at Shanghai. ur Rev. Father Simon Dang, wno be OLDBARBEE ftThe Best Straight Whisky On Earth INCORPORATED JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. ' Sole OwBira Registered Dist. No. 33 I teaspoon mace, one cup cold mashed pota cup sweet milk. toes, Sift together flour, salt, spice and baking powder; beat eggs till light; add sugar, work in potatoes with spoon, add milk and mix with flour. NORTON BUILDING Thte should be a soft dough. Roll N.W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson thin and fry in hot lard. teaspoon salt, three-fourths cups flOur, Three and one-ha- lf two eggs, ono cup sugar, four level teaspoons baking powder, one-third POTATO DOUGHNUTS. Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street ono-thlr- d FRED ERHART ARCHITECT H.B0SSES0N mo , Funeral Directors and Embalmers. jPSBHxe 1922. ) TJfcae Avseiccrflt I jscEorxjoisrsr SSIBlaBSBSSSSBlSSSSSSSSSSSSSBlsaislSSSSSBSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSBlsSSlSSSslsSSSSSSsCJ irishc amdxxcax. Bacon a sqn mu ""INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. I "m''i 4MMBy"xm BSBsMk"!HHBWHBMBiSSSaBSrVH sSgSgSgfJKPBHsntfSslHsEHRJaBSBslS&'B BaaaaarBHBw9HHMMlBvXaBSaseMB9B Wm&mmwsFw m sssssssssssssssssHr ssslsHPlHKlBi TissssMHWk'-1(sIIbIBBBXm9IS&2 ,. mmw r"""BHwSW EJyi '. v riMMaeeaeaaaaflBaiaiaisBslllsBB Bash- 9K K"' ' 9HHB J ' al ', W '.:ij " m,- - i HERMAN STRAUS rouRTH Avenue wcopgAreo SONS market street r i We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. A Few 'Specials in Our H BRsK &fl IbsssIHhIHh Comfort Group No. 3 Comforts Wool-nn- p Ulnnkcts in a largo bed size, with filling size, in pink and blue, tan and white cotton; of high-qualiblue, and gray and white also a pretty pieced cover; stitched plaids with silk BsbbbK- 9HHs9RIk&bV?bbSsIIH comforts regularly selling at edges; also in plain gray with 2.50 will go on sale at..$1.50 pink or blue border; worth per Comfort Group No. 3 Comforts on sale at, S3.00; size, with a very $2.50 pair in a largo-be- d Wool rinid Illnnkets In two-tofine quality sateen covering f: mWL plaids; pink and white, and filled with white cotton wWHPF?4;Ma,aJBH?JijBs9B tan and they aro offered in a gray and white and batting; y It double with variety of colors; qualities to white, ' tBro",l selvage edge, which ?3.50 can be bought for..$1.80 Always wears well; size 11-jtimmmt Extra Heavy Illnnkets In white, ,, &mmmJmmMMmmmm mlmmmmmL & a ?5.50 blanket at the special gray and tan with fancy pink, 1.50 price, per pair bluo and brown borders; a Wool rinid Illnnkets In two-toi ?2.00 blanket offered in this plaids, pink and $1.50 sale at, per pair. white, blue and white, tan and Extra Size Comforts Filled with BECOMING CENTER OF DIAMOND INDUSTRY. white, gray and white, black il pure white cotton and Tho diamond cutting Industry, for centuries almost exclusively carand white and red and bjack Rnlnndld nuallty with selvin Holland, Is fast being transferred t6 Now York. Photo with double material; an excellent comfort H ried onInserting tho diamond In a soft solder mount preparatory to age; a $7.00 blanket, specially shows at tne BDec.a. price, eacn u" polishing. $5.08 priced at, per pair. Beauti- Gray Illnnkets A heavy fleece French Sntino Comfort ful soft comforts, covered with blanket with pink or bluo bor- t, tlons will begin in each church toHIBERNIAN CONVENTION. a fine quality of French sateen slightly Iraper-Tecder; size 12-morrow morning with solemn high in a lovely selection of pat?1.75; on sale but worth Last Sunday the biennial conven- mass and will conclude Tuesday. terns: a $4.50 quality, spe S1.U9 pair. at, per Ackermann and Father cially priced for this sale at, m tion of the Ancient Order of Hiber- Father have mado special prepara-Comfort Group No. 1 Comforts u Grady $3.08 9 nians was held in the Hibernian tlon for theso services. each white made with a fine, clean cotton filling of good quality, Kntccn Comforts These are ex- a Home on Portland avenue. Presitra-larsize comforts lined in a nice printed covering; dent W. J. Connelly occupied the with an excellent quality white UNCERTAINTY. these are known as pieced chair, the hall being filled with cotton and covered with sateen delegates and visiting members. The comforts and always sell at lovely designs; very speIn J1.50; the price for this Credentials Committee reported all (Continued From First Pago.) $3.00 cially priced at, each $1.00 sale is the divisions fully represented and after the committees had been Extra-larg- o ty BEDDING SALE ne sllk-Btitch- ed liffti Byx , s xvHltlpHH WS'imWsEXtfSSBMm A Sale of Sample Handkerchiefs If 4; MfV inHK Bflnr;: wBQwW wWi wr &2& tP tB ne 10-in- WmmmmmmWmmmL cov-oro- silk-stitch- 9-.- 4; 1 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 chanco will not come again for some timo, 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 and colored broidered corner; in white and edge; each....1 5c colors; each handkerchief on 300 Dozen Pure Linen Handsample regular card; 25c kerchiefs; with novelty colored value l5o printing; pink, blue and lavregular 15c ender; 900 Dozen ,A11 Pure Linen values; Handkerchiefs; many with sheer hemstitching; white or colored; 600 Dozen Very Sheer Lawn novelty embroidered ; regular Handkerchiefs; with white or fH 25c to 39c values; all imported; colored embroidery; flower in each l9o corner; regular 19c and 25o values; each 120 240 Dozen Very Fine 350 Dozen Jap Silk and Crepe Sample Handkerchiefs; with de Chine Handkerchiefs and corner; regular 50c to Dainty Colored Novelties; all 75c values; all imported; 15c regular 25c values; each each 25c o jj-f"!"- All-Lin- en BffiflWtBfllKgWUK TRY A LOAD OF Wallins Creek Lump Coal FOR HOME' USES. !Lov in Ash. High in Heat. . The Committee on Ladies' Auxiliary commended the good work and progress they are making in and the cause of Hibernlanlsm 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. pledged the hearty support of the Gnmb. Main 415 divisions in the laudable work of Heme City 405 the auxiliary of Jefferson county. All reports were received and indorsed by tho unanimous vote of ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account the convention. President Connelly read an able with this safe, conservative, and lengthy report concerning the Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more doings of tho County Board tho at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 past two years and highly compliper cent. No cost to you whatever. mented the Ladles' Auxiliary for the untiring zeal which they maniThe same courteous attention given the fest in the advancement and maindepositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. tenance of the noble principles of the order. He also lauded tho Kentucky Irish American for its good work in behalf of the order. The Second and Market Under the Big Clook report was well received and orState Government Supervision. dered filed. President Connelly has served four years as tho County President, and owlrig to his elevation to State President at the late State convention, a new County President had to John H. Hennessy, for be elected. 8ncceisfnlly treated without pain. Onr methods are many years President of Division 4, original, scientific and sanitary. Beferoncet, the was unanimously chosen for County physlclani and sturgeons. President, and Matt J. O'Brien for Established 1883. Both phones. Suite 300 Stark Bid?. Bememher Vice President. Recording Secretary THIRD FLOOR. and D. J, O'Keefe was James J. McTIghe was chosen as DR. FRANK DAVIS AND WIFE Financial Secretary, as Thomas J. Miss Bell, assistant Langan could no longer serve. Treasurer Charles J. Flnnegan was President Connelly appointed T. J. Langau and Lawrence mVMUUMHWtMMMVtVVHWUVWMVtMWVHWUUmW J. Mackey to escort President-elec- t John H. Hennessy to the chair, who in well chosen words thanked the convention for the honor conferred. For the good of the order Mark Ryan, Thomas Keenan, Daniel McThe Service With the Largest List of Connections in Carthy, Lawrence J. Mackey, C. J. FInegan, Matt J. O'Brien, Thomas Louisville and Suburbs. Among Lynch and others spoke. All Service Unlimited. the visitors was William P. McDon-ogthan whom there is no better 1 or truer Hibernian In Kentucky always interested in A. O. H. affairs, and his address at this convention was timely and Impressive. To All Points of Importance to the Louisville Trade. InConnelly State President Lowest Rates. stalled the newly elected officers, and after a vote of thanks to the outgoing officers for the efficient manner in which they had performed their duties the meeting adjourned, all well pleased with the proceedings of the convention. INCORPORATED. Sixty-one-year-old SGflNLON GOAL 60MPflNY named a short recess was taken, the Finance Upon reassembling Committee reported everything pertaining to the books and finances in good order. The convention approved the resolutions of the State tho convention and commended Kentucky Irish American as the ofKenficial paper of the order in tucky. This paper and the Record were praised for always being consistent and true to Catholic principles. There wore no grievances or changes in rules to report and only slight changes in the by-la- were made. part in the agitation for land re- THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT NINTH ANNUAL PAGEANT AND form. In a number of cities where the present unjust system of taxation is causing uneasiness they are seeking to get in their entering wedge. Their ceaseless propaganda would almost put tho forces of conservative progress to Bhame. Auspices Orphans' Pleasure and Waller Doll Clubs Catholics must take example from them and concern themselves with Armory Building, Thursday Evening, ,0ct. 1916 the present condition Which confronts this country. They must set themselves 'determinedly to the task Paeaat-- 8 P. M. to OtlS P. M. Dancin 0.30 to 1 J, m. of studying the problems of their 1.000 Local Artists in Cost. Musical Direotoa community, and of the nation as a Management MrH. A. E. Minor. whole, and of entering upon the Jacob J SoliilliHg. solution of these problems accordMilitary Band of ATI tho late ind aew Sty U s and ShapM Manical Director Prof. K. Schmidt ing to the proper standards. Tho 8 Twenly.two Pices. fenad it- at returnable pricM. Mnuio by Lonitt Lewis Eissnman. fall season offers an excellent opHenry U. Goodwin. Admission $1.00, Including Lady enportunity to begin this form of deavor. Study clubs on social and Proceeds to purchase toys for all the orphan economic topics can be established. of Louisville. The various Catholic associations and federations can take up their work with renewed vigor and push It forward with zest and energy. This Is what is necssary at the present. The time for serious thought followed by vigorous acC. B. of O. V. tion is at hand. CHARITY BALL 26, aa-hi- ) 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. SHOE FITTERS TO TIIE FAMILY ItECENT DEATHS. Funeral services over tho remains of Mrs. Eva Jano Oreen were held Sunday afternoon at St. John's church. Deceased was the beloved 719 Caldwell wife of All Green, years street, and was twenty-fou- r old. Monday morning the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Elling, a highly esteemed woman of the East End, was held from St. John's church, where for years she had been a devout communicant. She was sixty-si- x years old and resided at 634 German Insurance BanK MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- VOLZ& MICHAEL 33Q WEST INdARKET Gorns and All Foot Troubles lead-in- s' NEW BLEND 65C 3 1.3 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for 10c in trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. STREET. JW'WWWWWHMHMUiWiWWUiWWMMVVWVWHWM East Gray street. Michael ed HOME TELEPHONE! i h, Long Distance Connections THE LOUISVILLE INCORPORATED HOME TELEPHONE CO. McCoy, for many years That time comes for every man. The only way to pre- a Government engineer on canal JOHN M. MULLOY, work, died Sunday afternoon at his pare for it is to save something out of what you earn and put home, 2219 High street. Surviving 212 Went Market. it in a savinga account at interest. him are his wife, Mrs. Emma McCoy; a daughter, Miss Emma Mc-C- o, I 8A.VE FOR A nOM- Eand two sons, John and Will-laSAVE FOR OLD AGE-SA- VE McCoy. Tho remains wero LOUISVILLE WINE & LIQUOR CO. AND INVEST-SA- VE taken to St. Joseph's Hill, Ind., 739 East Broadway FOR A BUSINESS OPENING-SA- VE where the funeral took place TuesFOR INDEPENDENCE. WINES AND WHISKIES day morning. We pay 3 per cent, on savings and help you in your Investments. By bottle or gallon for family use. Saturday morning death claimed Both Phones one of tho oldest members of St. Prompt Delivery Everywhere Vincent do Paul's parish, Mrs. Barbara Mayer, "widow of Michael Mall Orders Given Prompt Attention Mayer. She was born in Germany COLUMBIA BUILDING, FOURTH AND MAIN. eighty-on- e years ago, but had long been a respected resident of LouisI Capital and Surplna, $2,750,000. BROS., ville. Surviving her are two daughVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'VVVVVV'VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVv!l IMFORTERS ters, Mrs. F. H. Lausberg, with whom she made her home at 970 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Underhill street, and Miss Fannie Mayer, and a son, Martin Mayor. Distillers and Wholesale Deal-er- s The funeral was held Monday mornin Finest Barnds of Kening, many being present at the Where tho home tucky Whiskies, especially. Where work Is quickly m NO MORE PAY DAYS! FIDELITY & COLUMBIA TRUST CO. HERRMANN Where the Quich Meal Comes In gfe?saflSiP' requiem mass. CARDINAL GIBBONS' VIEW. MUUUMUVMMMUHUMUUHUMUVUtVMtMMUMmMU ST. PATRICK'S. Service. equipped to liandlo all work of every description. You can rest assured If you need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Parcel Post If you want export service just call us up. Wo have never been out f dyes for ono moment sinco tho war bosun and aro UiorouclUy PULS CLEANING INCOHPORATKD. DYEING CO. 2635. will bo given Monday night by the ladies ot St. Patrick's congregation in the old school hall, Thirteenth and Market, when some time is promised those who attend. A feature will bo the awarding of the consolation prize at the close of the games. The ladles who will have charge are Mesdames John Smith, Michael Ward, Dan Dougherty and Margaret Mayer, Misses Anna Grimes and Mary JCeane. Another euchre and lotto party Cardlnal Gibbons placed himself on record as emphatically in favor of military training for the young men of this country in a letter received by H. H. Sheets, Secretary of the Association for National Service. portance fpr the welfare and security of the nation," the Cardinal wrote. "The discipline which tho young men will acquire will develop their character and improve their physical condition. The habit of early rising and retiring to rest, tho taking of simple and nourishing food, and the daily outdoor exorcise can not fall to invigorate their manhood. Moreover, the association of the sons of wealth with tho sons of poverty, the sons of America with the sons of a foreign land, can not fall to create a, spirit of fraternity among the young men, to weld them together as future citizens of a common country. Another advantage is that the discipline will into them tho spirit of obedience to lawful authority, a virtue too ofteii disregarded In our land of freedom. It will teach them the dignity of obedience, which they will regard not as an act of servility to man, but as "a homages rendored to God, since they will consider their superiors as his representaMoreover, I am persuaded tives. that this military preparation will make for peace rather than for war. For if any foreign nation is disposed to invade our country it will be deterred by the recognition of the fact that our country is prepared for every eaawgeaey. Another consideration la that the few years in-B- til such "I am intimately persuaded that a training is of vital im- nAVE NONE HERE. The Board of Censorship for Children's pictures held its regular meeting Monday afternoon, the call Importance of saying business What was would be discussed. done has not been given out, yet matter everybody knows that no how rank tho subject may be, thore is no "movio" censorship in this city. Films that have been denied admission in many cities are glaringly advertised hore. ST. LEO'S EUCHRE. 426 S. Fifth St. BOTH PHONES Louisville, Ky. brightest; dono; Where tho work Where cooking seems lightest; real fun; BOTTLED IN BOND. Ttlejboiw 1943. 234 S SIXTH STREET Where tho meal is Where baking gives decooked best; light; our youth will spend in military Where the range stands Where drudge Is out ot the tost discipline will not indefinitely withsight draw them from the active and That's where the That's where the pacific pursuits of life." "Quick Meal comes "Quick Meal" comes in. in. NEW ALBANY. Quick Meal Gas Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended Now Albany Council, Knights of Columbus, celebrated Landing' day cfc with an interesting open meeting MARKET SX. Thursday night. Robert O. Wulf, of Louisville, delivered a carefully Besldenca Office prepared and eloquent address, 2828 Oatlaad Ave. 2308 Garland Ave. a Home Phone, Shaw. which was supplemented with Cumb. Phone, South programme musical and literary that delighted a large audience. Chimney Company Pearl of Nelson, OfcriJfaK Shawnee SON, w 78-- ti 67-- A Cleaning ! "BACHELOR CONGRESS.' BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA sent the "Bachelors' Congress," a mirthful comedy drama, on Sunday evening, October 29, in St. Mary's Hall, Eighth and Cedar streets. As a finished performance will be given a largo attendance is expected. SEWING SOCD3TY EUCIHtE. St. Thomas Sewing Society will give a euchre for the benefit of tho St. Thomas Orphanage next Tuesday afternon and evening, October 17, at the Knights of Columbus Hall, Fourth avenue, near York street. Games will be called at The St. Mary's Choir Dramatic Club, among whom aro a number of talented young people, will pre- Overhaaling and repairing steam op hot air furnacea a specialty. Prompt service io all ports of the city. ;HHItifMII"H"HM I Vt I M. J. BANNON, 1 LAWRENCE l 111 Pru. t Up. P. BANNON, JR., J. VEENMAH, Vice Pru. & TriK. SwriUry. P. WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. :H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky.! There will be a euchre and lotto in St. Leo's school hall, Highland Park, next Wednesday evening, given under the auspices of the Altar Society, of St. Leo's church. Games called at 8: IS o'clock. FORT3T nOTJRS. Calvert t Sewer andBaaaea's Pipe, Lidded Pipe for Steam Coadaits, Pateat BANNON PIPE CO. Wall JUtatag, CeBlag-- , rire rreeaag, viae Draia Tile, VKrlfte Grate aad Seller Tile, Greaad Fire Clay, Cklmaey leys. Fire BricK IrkK, X OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOMB PHONES CITY X WORKS V The Forty Hour' prayer for next week in. this eity will be held ia St. Philip Kerl and St. Aloyslus churches. Theee beautiful devo- - It hotter, Juet as It makes cold water colder. 2.30and 8:15. Salt put is hat water will make 13tfe rww"wmtw-n- CUMB. MAIN 007. sd Breck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9tk and lOrfe. Z A. i f h S73-1786. h mu inniimwiT