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Kentucky Irish American: October 28, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916102801_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: October 28, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. J?OKt FURNITURE GO '.TO Wm. F. Mayer 413 W. Market. . Kentucky Irish American NO. 18. propaganda any Roman Catholic existed In Indiana or elsewhere In of opposition to the President Wilson. I do not believe there is any truth In it. For myself I am not in politics and I have never authorized anyone to quote me as favoring either candidate for the Presidency. Every Catholic voter has an inherent right to vote anything to his own Individual conscience, and 1 am sure that the Roman Catholic hierarchy of the United States would never interfere j ,lh ll,of rlotit ! E! Noi Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1916. PRICE FIVE CENTS., I"- - - r ffljjjj.'' ( last Saturday it was gulled Into publishing with big display heads a story of tho s Railroad Club, with 800 names apKHH$d8&r&3&!? iHMftwy . $3&&P3ra?Cra pended, the majority of whom It mm-MMwas found on Investigation woro . j: t stand-pRepublicans. It was ac-Itcv; Father Gavisk Urges Sys tv-" . companied by a statement of tho Conscription Agitation Has Ce, club organizer, James Cunningham, tern of Immediate Belief mented Three Factions in who is a boy brakeman on the HenFor Needy. County Cork. derson, and It is rumored not a cass legular employe. Cunningham's of request for members to join igsas&agsa BT5WiS were sent out on stationery of tho Meeting of AAddresses Annual Republican Campaign Committee, Meetings of Irish Volunteers wi J" with a blank card to fill in and mj ssociated Charities Tucs-- t Reported and Military Forces INSULT LINCOLN'S MEMORY. return to Room 448, Seelbach Ho, day Evening. tel, or the office of the Henderson Are Increased. Speaking in Chicago Sunday Route. Many railroad men wero Innight at a banquet of Catholic Fordignant over tho publication, whllo esters of Illinois, former Attorney Others took the mattnr nn n Infcn !ltcvl$Father O'Mnhonoy, of Ca-- i General Timothy S. Hogan, of Ohio, citing tho fact that a dead man's Sir Edward Carson Admits That asserted that the Catholic church name was among tho number of BUK.Hmnwwwmmmmwaammnwwwmw'mmmmrmwrmmmwmwmui'mmz?n-LXF'.t zxr- ' .. 4mj&i dihedral, Member of Board ir i !, iif r.s'm mttF jHMBBHaBBTBBBBfaiTilftfiWaBTBfaBfraSkWaaBfBBBBW has always trained her members to Itccruiting Has Broken ,ff, i -. 2 utuvu xiugnes supporters, and to be loyal to tho government Under of Directors. i ;; add to the Joke sent in the names Down.; which they live. Mr. Hogan quoted of a couple of colored Republicans bpppsltion to "Know; Lincoln in to add to the list of the white t nothinglsm" and said ho wished "tha brothers of that party. Yet tho par known sentiments "were Herald took It in good faith and tEPORTS SHOW .SHALL DEFICIT ticularly among members of certain MUST NOT CROSS THE CHANNEL was buncoed again. bigoted organizations who assume All is not serene in the ranks of o name their coiirts after tho imtho local Republicans, Major Owens mortal Lincoln knd thus Insult his friends not liking tho way he is being ignored by the Chilton-Searc- y g Jfhe annual meeting of the As- memory." He said in part: "We Though there is great difficulty sociated Charities of Louisville was believe in the wisdom of the .sepmachine, who seem to be in obtaining reliable news from of Church and State. The centor their BtrnirtJi nn t flield Tuesday even fag at the Free aration TRAINING UNITED STATES MILITIA. "Pufcll alone for Prosecuting Attorney of Ireland, tho Irish Press News Serv T.lhr&rv 9ffirieri hv on church Is one institution having ita Since tho militiamen have been in Mexico they have been frequently taken on long hikes to harden ice brings intelligence that the government is an.a&dlepce of sqveral hundred repre- - jurisdiction, the. uuri. it is rumored ii: splendid view of the country and returning troops. that many of the leading members threat of conscription has cemented papmuve citiaeas, nuing tno as&em-t..- y other institution with its (wn Juris- them. Photo shows Of tho 'rdpm. ..jWeveH Directors, who diction, and each jdrisdietloa i ia- Pluh ont the three factions in Cork county ot tae openly that they will support Con- - aralnfit the TlrlUnli finvorntnnnK 'wfll tcovBRtt of the depeadent and exclusive the ceremonles.jVere brought to a Kivaamua anoney in preference to Less than 400 recruits have been. Wurd,, mv elected. They are other. The .government estate aetij fitting and impressive close with Owens, and thl3 may explain why secured in six months, ana those 'Oeeryt P.Dehler, Col. Andrew tor in xavor w any rwmm the singing ofljae Holy Name rally hughes and Roosevelt both neglecU mostlv Inferior men fniffnrlnc frnm Gathrlght, 'Mrs. for the protection of wwu, Owttt song by all assembled. ed to boost the Owens candidacy in want of employment. Secret meetGeorge Avery, X. g. Barker, W. J, Ab4 farther, it exiets An innovation; this year was the IIiaj. a mA1 am flic. iimJi .Hi. tii tlieir SDOGChOH. T.llnnl ramr.nrnn ings of tho Irish Volunteers havo Dean, ,Mr. K. 1. KalUrie, the, JRer., presence olisaay in ws saj that if the machine Is throwing Deen reponea ana tne military Father JeramialiOtJfokoney, Hus- - th Reliever, for the JewpaganwH' the stands, thejbeing invited espeas their forces increased. Tho fearful cas'v AlLucas they Thousnnd Catholics cially. .tChriHIseHft?:strks 'and con- as theas Gentile, for the It encour- Thirty-fiv- e In Great Glco Over the Steady doomedstrength todisappointment, are ualty llfit now practically Includes well the Christian. to bitter fred Struck. These members as in a Most Solemn Demon- ages religion, but forces It upon no Gains Made by National of tho soldinrR Rent in stitute of the board. naiuuu xvunn, mo democratic nomRECENT DEATHS. inee, will not nnlv flucnrn fVio full tho front from this country. of the organization will be one. In this country every religion tration at Cincinnati. Democratic Ticket. open forum, party strength, but will have the vdected by tho Directors at their has a free field and an Lawrence Grlnnell, M. P., will twenty-thre- e Mrs. Catherine Cecil, support of many independents and not visit tho TTnlferl and with this they should be and Rtntoa thta Brst meeting. years old.T died Wednesday Independent Republicans, who ad- year. The death of Kettle on tho The announcement that Rev. are content. As the government night after a brief illness. She Francis H. Gavisk, of Indianapolis, protects and encourages all relig- Monster Parade Precedes Exer- was a daughter of Thomas McGoff, They Itcallzo That the Change in mire him as a model r.ltlTon nni Somme removes the only prominent respect his splendid record in of- - insn nationalist m tho British would address the meeting lent ions in the exercise of their funca member of the1 police department, peoples cises as a Protest Against tions, so should army. He was a Lieutenant in the uce. Betting Odds Is a Splendid interest to the meeting, as he has religions protect the loyally of all and resided at 306 North Nineand adhere Tllihlln PnnMlnrn wViloli mnlmant 1o a national reputation. Tho Very Profanity. teenth street. Barometer. to the government. The flag pronearly decimated of its natives. NEW YORK FOR WILSON. Rev. George W. Schuhmann, jjoru uunraven, a supporter or of the diocese, and many tects us and insures us safety, free The funeral of Mrs. Magdalena Attorney James S. McDonogh, of William O'Brien, is at tho head of other local priests and representa- dom, opportunity and happiness, Walter, mother 1 of Adam Walter Is our duty to uphold it movement in tive men and women interested in and it Nick Renewal of Pledge by the Vast and Mrs. morning,Hoerth, was hold Corporations and Trusts Work- New York City, a former Louisville tho conscription nnrtv nnnnsoa Cork.nnnboy, writes the Kentucky Irish The Redmond Boclal welfare and charities were without stint or criticism. I have idonday from St. Paul's Throng "Was Impressive present. Father Gavisk is a mem-fb- neither sympathy nor patience with American on tho political situation scrlption as the sole excuse for its ing Overtime to Intimidate church, Rev. Father Donohoe conIn New York and his predictions party existence. of the Indiana State Board of those who would embarrass the ducting tho solemn obsequies. Mrs. Ceremony. the People. The casualties of tho Ulster diviscan bo accepted as pretty accurate, 'Charities and a former President of country In time of peace or war. years old, Walter was seventy-seve- n as ho is an active participant In ion are estimated sit fiO nor rant the National Conference of Chari-'tie- s American citizens should bo a unit and her death followed an illness or some 33,000. The losses wore New York politics. Ho says: and Correction. He Is Chan- in support of those policies that of six weeks, i maintain cellor of the diocese of Indianap- secure and know not our own MANY "When I saw you a fow weeks very neavy uurlng August and SepPRESENT the creed olis and rector of St. John's safety. We thirty-si- x HERALD BEING MADE THE GOAT ago I promised to give you some tember. Recruiting is falling off in Horaco M. Ppttlnger, nor the politics of the Executive political news from Now York. All Belfast and even Sir Edward Carchurch. years old, died of tuberculosis President M. S. Barker made a and the administrative officers, and tho Democrats aro united upon tho son admits that tho voluntary servWednesday afternoon at his home, are happy in tho knowledge that "brief talk, and was followed by in election of President Wilson and a ice system has broken down 63C South First street. He had as the County Judge Samuel W. Green, they are executing the laws accordAgain God's command, "Thou been ill for several months. He Is Democrats throughout tho nation Democratic Congress. The election Ulster as well effort In remainder of v ing to the constitution of our counIreland. An hnlnr who introduced Father Gavisk. His shalt not take tho name of the Lord survived by two 'sisters, Miss Mollle are enthusiastic over the progress of all candidates on the Democratic to place wounded soldiers whomnrln subject was "Modern Charity," and try." can thy God in vain; for the. Lord will Pottinger and Miss Nancy Pottinger. of the national campaign and their ticket for local offices is assured. do some work on tho farms in opening he said no modern charand to The body was taken to New Haven A friend of mine who belongs to not hold him guiltless that takcth for burial on Friday. ity is adequate to the public needs. HAPPILY WEDDED. enthusiasm Is not because of the the Union League Club (the leading induce the farm laborers whom they cam Republican nroHiptlnns of the different his name in vain," was brought Father Gavisk appealed for club here), says that replace to go to the front. greater A happy and beautiful marriage forcibly before tho citizenship of among chariinsn micratorv- laborers liaw-' JV5. HelenEcksteln Fries, oldest paign leaders, but from tho,. actions most of tho members are disgusted ueun ties, religious and public, through a attracted much interest at St. Louis Cincinnati last Sunday afternoon member ofat, Boniface church, tirtho uiosr astute political stu- with the way tho Republican camn;ngiana m returning irom ;jihuiwn.street brokers and paign has been managed. Ho said iear oi inmry. Tuesday morn- when 35,00 members of the clearing house, to prevent frauds Bertrand's church Tne , nign wages died of senility Wednesday morning dents tho Wall Union of Holy Name So- at her home, 737 East Madison bic gamblers In the different large it has been a farce from tho first scarcity of labor on English Clay Murand and duplication. Ho reviewed the ing, when Miss Cornelia big money Roosevelt shouting farms attracted them. Thn rinv- the history of the dispensation of char- phy, daughter of C. C. Murphy, be cieties, standing in the center of street. She was eighty-nin- e years cities.' Desplto grand- old and a native of Germany. Com- poured out by tho large corpora- Hughes tho opposite ono thing and ernment agreed to protect them but ity from tho days of neighborhood came the bride of Floyd A. W. Redland Field and In the sometimes, and sway sentiment, dumb Many of these Mrs. Matthew stand, with heads bared, repeated ing hero when a young woman, she tions and trusts to aid to tho present day of organ- Hale, of Chicago. when ho should speak out. failed. inlured hv h.inda poor men Wero nf rinfora ization. The most important feat- urmond Foley, of Chicago, sister the Holy Name pledge. Tho re- had spent most of her life in the the Wilson tidal wave can not be I don't think tho Ameriures of charitable work, Father of the bride, was matron of honor, newal of tho pledgo was made in neighborhood where her death oc- stopped and tho odds against the can Independence League vote will They were told that freo from conOavlsk said, could bo summarized and Matthew Ormond Foley was the presence of the Blessed Sacra- curred. She was tho widow of President's election havo dropped effect tho result very much. Jerry scription, they would not bo perin four groups immediate relldf, best man. Miss Mary Laura Perry ment, which had been placed upon Jacob Fries, and leaves a daughter, from two and a half to one at the O'Leary has some following, but mitted to cross the channel and investigation of the cause of the was ringbearer and George A. Perry a temporary altar erected on a ros- Mrs. Louisa Lutz; two sons, Martin outset of the campaign to even his attacki upon tho President is take Englishmen's jobs. Tho Irish were the trum in the center of the field. Tho and Henry Fries; twelve grandchil- money, and that not attainable generally disapproved and consid- migratory farm laborers, beggared dependency or inefficiency, preven- and Halpln McGrath in tho poor west of Ireland, paid everywhere. It must be remem ered a personal pique." tion if possible of the cause and ushers. Tho solemn high nuptial scene was one of the most impres- dren and six six shillings a day on English farms mass was sung by Father R. G. sive demonstrations as well as noconstructive work. bered that these oroKers ana .irn not influenced by senti Father Gavisk said that, in tho Lyons, assisted by Fathers Crowley table protests Against the use of Kv per weoKj, was taking tne Job Though not unexpected, the death KNIGHTS' RETREAT. of the English farm laborers now course of his experience, he has dis- and Baxter, and the bride was given profanity ever had in Cincinnati. of Mrs. Kate Naber, beloved wife ment, but are sizing up tho situaThis was the sixth annual rally of Charles Naber, 2516 West Wal- tion in a cool, calculating way, and covered that most charity organiza- In marriage by her father. Follow Holy Trinity In the Somme trenches fighting for Nightly his country for one shilling per day. tions continually are telling the in- ing the ceremony members of the of Holy Name Societies In the Cin- nut street, on Wednesday afternoon, their judgment summea up is to church in this week New Albany has digent families who come to them bride's respite uovernment Immediate family were cinnati archdiocese. Twenty thou- caused sincere grief among her wide the effect that Hughes is losing thronged with people eager to been hear Irish citizens In AiiRfrnll.nopposition for support, "You ought to do this" guests at a wedding breakfast at sand marchers representing every circle of friends and acquaintances. ground at an alarming rate and tho the Very Rov. M. A. Drennan, C. irn rlo- and "You should do that," but the home of the bride's father. The parish In the archdiocese took part Mrs. Naber was sixty-eigyears ProniriMt In mnklnc sure but steady M the able and eloquent Presi- termined to join with their Ameriafterward supply them with the bride "wore a blue Bolivia cloth coat In the parade, which preceded the old and was born on a ship whllo gains, therefore the shortening of dent and Superior of Niagara Uni- can brethren in mlslne- fiinrfn fni The her parents were en routo to this odds. Tneso snrewa juuges nevei versity 6um of $1.25 weekly to live upon. suit, trimmed in seal, and a blue exercises at Redland Field. at Niagara Falls, N. Y., who the benefit of the sufferers in tho to ''There is where the majority of velvet hat, and carried a shower parade moved from Twelfth and country from Ireland. She had fall a nlay the proper odds, whether has been conducting tho retreat DUDim rebellion. Tho Archbishop of hlrr nrlzn fleht. horsO raCO Melbourne, Rev. Dr. Mannlx, head3 charities are inadequate," ho said. bouquet of Ophelia roses. Mrs. Race streets promptly at 2 o'clock. lived In Louisville e years It the auspices of the the list of contributors. At Sidney "Modern charity prevents a vast Foley's coat suit was of brown and An escort of two companies of tmd was widely known and beloved. or political contest. From tho pres given under Columbus. With tho meetings have been held for tho .improvement over that of years ago she wore a hat to match. The mounted police and several com- Besides her husband Mrs? Naber is ent outlook Hugnes wm De tne Knights of charity in all forms, organized matron of honor carried yellow panies of patrolmen was followed survived by three sons, George H long shot in tho race in another Knights members of Ancient Order same purpose. Archbishop Kelly mentioned of Hibernians, Young Men's Insti- heads tho movement and $10,000 and Individual, extending back into chrysanthemums. Little Miss Perry by Archbishop Moeller, with his James Q. and Walter J. Naber, the wnnir and tha above of America, tmclent times. Most organizations woro a white lingerie frock and personal escort of church digni- last named of New York, and three gamblers figure that tho long shot tute, Catholic Knightsand other so- was raised at the flist meeting. Tho Hibernian recognize their duty of giving Im- carried the ring in a lily. In the taries and members of the Execu- daughters, Mrs. Howard S. Honaker will not win in nut rare instances, Knights of St John have in io,uuu. societies Arctibishoppledged rne which had in and Airs. William J. Clark, of this henco the bright outlook for De- cieties have attended and shared remediate relief to the needy first, afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Halo left tive Committee, anthe benefits resulting fiom the nounces that moie 100,000 afterward conducting an investiga- for a short Northern honeymoon charge tho arrangements for the city, and Mrs. Thomas Hanlon, of mocracy. treat. capFather Drennan was 4n persons are in deepthan tion of tho cause. These investlga and will be at home in Chicago big demonstration. Then followed Birmingham, Ala. The funeral was The corporations, trusts and distress at Grand Marshal John V. Schinner held this morning from tho resi- italists are using every method in Louisville on Monday for a brief Dublin. tions should, and In most cases are, after Monday. O'Mahoney at tho feeing made in not a soulless way, and his staff and the fifteen divis- dence of her son, 2516 West Wal- their power to stem the tide that visit with Father What is known in Ireland and ions, comprising the main body of nut street, with lequlem high mass Is going to Wilson. throughout the rest of tho world as One day tho Cathedral rectory. out with entire sanity and sympathy. We may take a lesson from "Castle Government" la o rn.m the procession. at St. Charles Borromeo church, price of bread goes up, the next the work of tho St. Vincent de Paul democratic Tho formation was eight abreast the pastor, the Rev. Charles P. day the trust forces up the price administration with Society, extant today, and which which tho as tho marchers passed down Race Raffo, being the celebrant. pi coal, and men are laid off. In democracies Was Orcanized a hundred vnnro ncrn to Seventh, to Plum, to Ninth, to of tho world are more or less unfact everything is done to bluff and in France. John, to Clark, to Linn, to Bank, to We must admit that familiar. It is a very perfect sysIntimidate the people from support7WW ' FATHER KALAnEtt BETTER. our public relief system is insuffitem of espionage, which directed Freeman, to Flndlay, thence to the ing the President. The big moneyed eight-hocient and inadequate. Such Is the ball park. At tho gates it was and controlled from Dublin Castlo interests realize that the During tho case with private, charity also. It necessary to chango tho formation Improvement past few days steady day for not only railroad employes, has its ramifications In every strata has been noted in the but all classes of workers, Is In is almost a matter of ridicule for to six abreast, because of the narui uociety, in every town, every vilcondition of Rev. Father John D. sight a charitable organization to say to row entrance. lage and every countryside. By tho With the banners Kalaher, pastor of St. Columba's in tho event of Democratic flying and bands playing, the promillionthe hungry father with Silent and dexterous mnnlnnlnttnn church, who is at St. Joseph's In- success, and the greedychild labor a family to support: 'Here is $1.25, cession moved out Into tho park and firmary, suffering of "agents provocators" every par- aires and employers of from nervous are becoming afraid that their huge support your family, feed circled the temporary platform In breakdown. isn ciuD, every local and provincial them, illFather Kalaher's clotho them, protect them with it.' center field, where the parade was ness meeting meetings of town and disprofits will be cut. They prefer resulted from overwork and long hours for the worker and can But it is done." revlowed by Grand Marshal Schintrict, and county councils for Inday. Father Gavisk paid a high tribute ner, his staff, and the Executive lack of rest, due to his unceasing see no merit in the eight-hostancehave been persistently regIn connection with tho An example of their sentiment was to the Jewish charity organizations Committee. ulated. Sinco tho rebellion of EasEach division as it activities of the erection handsome new shown here on Hughes' appearance. country, declaring they are of the entered the grounds was met by parochial school and Improvements ter week tho activities of the secret systematic, almost adequate to the police have been getting more genmounted police, who directed their of the church. During his illness F.veryone of the large "scab" facneeds of the public where their movements to the reviewing stand erally known, but with tho rigid one of the Passlonlst fathers will tories and shops blew their whistles agencies are located, and coming and during censorship of the press and all tho and then assigned each division to administer the affairs of tho par- continuallybuoy up his with all other similar organizaits place on the grounds. levers of power at their command the reception, ish. Father Kalaher's congregation going to tions. He cited a particular init is still a matter of sufficient easo which was a flat failure. But tho it was 5 o'clock when the last stance ho observed in Indianapolis not be division of the parade had circled and friends everywhere pray that masses of workers could for them to cover up their tracks. his recovery may bo speedy. tecontly in speaking of nurthods of tho reviewing stand and Archbishop In the provoking of local disputes fooled, men shaking their heads -spongers" who live by charity nlpnlflrnntlv when thev heard the Moeller arrived with tho Blessed and continual nagging and persecuCLOSING OF MISSION. given them. This was the story of Sacrament. The reverence and digtion of tho people, the secret service screeching whistles of the factories a. woman whom men are ably assisted by tho uninity attendant upon the bringing of he found to be where men were driven like slaves The two Weeks' mission the for ten and eleven hours every day using five different names and the Eucharist from St. Augustin's formed police. making herself almost wealthy by church to Redland Field impressed Capuchin fathers have beon conduct- with small wages in return. One securing aid from five distinct great crowds assembled in tho ing at St. Boniface church will qome largo concern out on Seventh street the UNDERWENT OPERATION. to a solomn close at tho services sources of charity. grandstand and field. whistles long at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Each even- even blew its left the pity. after The annual report of President In giving the Benediction of tho This Hughes had Sheriff Charles J. Cronan, who ANGEL OF ANTWERP. Barker, covering the fiscal year Blessed Sacrament, Archbishop ing this week the church has been came place works ten hours a day underwent a surgical operation at JAPAN'S NEW PREMIER.' earns the Moeller was assisted by Rev. Father thronged with men, and the con- and- has never In its history gave Sister Maria Somers ending September 30, distributed St. Joseph's Infirmary on Monday, after the addresses, showed an ex- military and royal decorations, Anthony Runnebaum, pastor of ferences for young women, young Its employes even a halt holiday Seikl Teranchl, the man of the has been resting easy and doing-well-. men, married women and married on Saturday. cess of expenses over revenues to Holy Family church, deacon; Rev. hour of Japan. It Is thought ho will be the amount of $1,041.40. HONORS YOUNG BANKER. Many a bump has been given the Father William C. Conway, pastor men havo been crowned with sucfully recovered and ablo to retHrn For the previous fiscal year tho revenues VISITED FATHER WILLETT. of Assumption church, subdeacon, cess. poor old Herald since last summer to his office within the next few exceeded expenses by $2,809.91, John E. Huhn, manager Sf the and Rev. Father William Anthony, days, news that will and "the war day by day" Is please hla leaving a balance on the books of savings department of the Gb'rman secretary to tho Archbishop, master DEATn AT PARIS. The Rev. Father J. Conroy, S. J., icgion or mends. brought home to tho Herald editor. the organization of $1,768.51. The Insurance Bank, of this city, Uzb of ceremonies. who spent several days hero as the Mary Gorey, aged sixty-onTo begin with, tho Herald knocked Mrs. total current revenue for tho year received official notice from the A male chorus of seventy boys wife of John Gorey, died on Thurs- Hughes before the convention, call- guest of Rev. Father Willett, pastor BECOVERING. was $27,445.30. (President of the American Bankers' and twenty-fiv- e men, picked from day of last week at her home in ing him a Sphinx and milk and of St. James church, left Saturday During his short Association of his election by that the choirs of St. Peter's Cathedral, Paris, after an illness of several water American. Just as soon as for St. Louis. Mrs. James Kinnarney, who was WHAT CARDINAL SAYS. organisation to the office of Vice Holy Family and Blessed Sacrament weeks. Mrs. Gorey was a woman be was nominated the Herald had visit Father Conroy attended the ill and underwent a Riirceufni nn. President of the savings bank sec- churches, gave the musical part of of exemplary life and character to eat crow and revise Its opinion meeting of the Men's Club of St. eratlon at St. Joseph's Infirmary, ceremony. In a very pointed statement Car- tion, representing the State of jKeni tne. This past James parish, and commended the wb ttum io oe movea The Xaverlan and was highly esteemed through- of hie Americanism. ner home dinal Gibbons dfnles ithere is any tuekyj Vice President Huhn has Acolytlcal Society oftwenty young out Bourbon county. Besides her week it was made the goat of a members on theic growth since last on East Broadway the to first of Soman Oatholle propaganda at work done great work among the young men, robed in white cassocks and huaband she leaves one son, W. F. stupid attempted fake, concerning a year, when he was here giving a week, where she is on the way the to against President Wilson in Indiana and the pupils of the schools along surplices, aaeleted in the religious Gorey, and two daughters, Mrs. Jo- forged letter purporting to come mission. At that time he evinced complete recovery. This will be seph Connell, of Paris, and Miss from Campaign Chairman Cautrlll, interest in the club and was pleased welcome news to her many friends or elsewhere, lie says: 'l have this line, his efforts leading many ceremony. On to speak to its members again, I' And acquaintances. As dusk fell over Redland Field Margaret Gorey, of Cincinnati. never heard until this moment that to acquire the savings habit. of the Democratic Committee. CHARITIES Hughes-Fairbank- IRELAND & n B3&' ftfaWAKJUK; " N 4.x &. v. : i i"x at ?W5. f' rigiga '' let-to- rs F m HJli wLrSMrM'ms:?'iwmm imm. -- 1 .!.. i. I'ii'liiilMI IX T- r: ,,,-- , Huehes-Vnirhnnl- ra one-ha- lf for-"th- 8wl rv UMUANE DEMOCRATS cs one-ha- lf Offi-cc- rs three-fourt- hs Chan-cell- or er Arch-diocesa- n ed gam-hiA- rn -- ht forty-thre- - non-Briti- sh w&& c ur k, ur ' - e, -- -- jsrcorxjoisrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED KVKRY SATURDAY. iish AMjaxoABj:. -- VOTE POR Ur4 to the SmM uU Meral Aifmitaumnitt khkAmrktti aaa Ctettwttt Kldghls of Awtrhw. (NTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN PrllNTrNQ CO., imtmrtnMt, last ud Fuklteee isowtion prick, iMnesall CeaitaafaftMess oral dollar par ybar MMM sinols copy hhtrilh tto IMfW to xMiuctj !!)! nttt. N, t U. Hfe M English Mn5teO WILSOIVMARSHALL HI i4l West One Trades fUNfOM cquncTl ji lmku LWIS VILLI, NOVEMBER KY INTENTION. .SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1916 man offensive on the west. It is argued now that with tho largo British forces asslmlllated in the military ensembles and with the Rumanian army a known quantity, further accessions worth while can come to tho entente only from its population growth as more men will reach military age. About eighteen per thousand of tho population's males reach military age annually, which would mean that Germany can count on a yearly reserve of 630,00 young men, y about 360,000, Bulgaria 52,000 Turkey and 170,000. Superannuation and losses in the field will more than swallow these accessions, but this is equally true of the entente armies. Probably tho war has now reached its maximum as far as tho number of available fighting men is concerned. Tho future must show a gradual weakening on all sides. But tho determination to continue the war seems to be growing stronger. Any suggestion of peace is resented with bitterness. As long as this condition prevails there can be no hope of peace. Only complete exhaustion can put an end to the slaughter. Austria-Hungar- Intention of the Tho general Sacred Heart League for November Is "Helping the Poor Souls in Purgatory," surely a most appropriate one for the season. All of us have relatives or frlend3 who havo passed out of this life. It Is not for us to forget them. "It Is a holy and a wholesome thought to pray for the dead." - r Jrw.W1 flfJSJvwfoy BUSY UNCLE SAM. 'Wspl Kustes-Crawfor- SHOULD KNOW BETTER. Mrs. L. W. Jones, who was here to attend the 29 October "The Bachelors' ding at Highland dPark, has wedretho political vortex, it is not out of Congress," comedy drama, St. turned to her homo in "Cleveland, Dlaco to attain relterato tho fact Mary's Hall, Eighth and Cedar. was Ohio. that the Catholic church has naught November 9 Euchre and lotto MarcellaTho bride, who niece. Miss Kustes, is her by Trinity Council, Y. M. I., in to do with the political views of her club house, afternoon and evening. members. If those who foolishly Mr. and Mrs. William James, November 9 Euchre, lotto and who wero hero to attend the permit themselves to believe the box supper by Okolona Social Club n wedding and nonsensical stories that are told in Oakland Hall, Preston-strewero guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. K. concerning tho church and politics road. Kessack, Crescent Hill, have re4 would merely go over the circle of November Fall festival of turned to their home at Blloxi, St. James parish in school hall, Miss. their Catholic acquaintances and Eaenside avenue. first hand their political belearn November 14 Euchre and lotto ' Miss Annabelle Hutchinson and lief, they would have no trouble in in St. Boniface Hall, benefit of Bert Nally were united in marriage discovering that they are members (Wednesday morning at St. Georgo's Miss Jennie Giles. of almost all parties. The church November 2n v ThnnUBHvinr nn. church with nuptial mass at 7 . .i Rev. Father Weiss por- She fi Is open as the light of day. " ciai Dy xoung names' sociality or rt'lrtrtV bt. Ann's church, afternoon and formed tho ceremony ana many has no secrets. Her ritual is a friends were present to offer evening, ritual of prayer, not a political 7 November Nomo Min El handbook; her pulpits are not for Tho Catholic Telegraph, of Cin strels In Dixie Land, St. Leo's Hall, The marriage of William T. the purpose of delivering political clnnati, this week passed lis eighty-- Highland Park, for benefit of new Mehler and Miss Elsie Rose Herd school. harangues, but for tho purpose of fifth milestone, and despite took place Tuesday morning at Holy its years December explaining the gospel; her priests it Is as young Entertain and vigorous as any ment, Jollies of 1916," auspices of HVInltv nlitirMi T7nv TTotVior Tlorroo- are not bothering about the success of Its competitors. Dr. Thomas local helm performing the ceremony and Elks for Christmas charities. celebrating the nuptial mass. Miss of this or that candidate, though Hart deserves well of his conLillian Miller was maid of honor, they aio American citizens and have stituency, and Messrs. Theodore Herd, William the Kentucky Irish ?MCwaac8ac8aswaaceM0K85n the right to discuss public affairs American delights in extending conOlllges, Jacob Sils and Albert as have other men. No Catholic gratulations Peters acting as ushers. Immediately after the services friends and society and no society of Catholics more years and wishes for many of usefulness and inrelatives assembled at tho home of Is a political organization. Such a creased prosperity. the bride's parents, 1037 Barrett body is impossible because of the avenue, where the wedding celebraMrs. Charles Busath visited widely divergent political beliefs of The Indian Sentinel, published friends in Indianapolis last week. tion was continued until a late hour. the members. And in spito of all quarterly by the Bureau of Catholic Miss Anna Wentzell is in Cincinthis thero are miserable bigots who Missions, is a very interesting numFATHER RYAN TABLET. Imagine they can gain a point by ber and contains much information. nati visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C. Seelbach. declaring that the Catholic church Copies may be secured from the Louisville admirers of the Poet is a political organization. Rogers Book Company. Miss Angela Schlafer entertained Priest of the South havo organized most pleasantly a number of friends tlon for the purpose of marking the The Little Rock Guardian, ac- last week at her home. COMPARED. place where Father Ryan died- in knowledging receipt Mrs. John L. of Father Miss Serene Blandford spent last this city In 1886. ""Comparing the two Presidential Crane's book, "Titles of tho Blessed week with her sister. Miss Minnie Woodbury was elected President; candidates Robert Herrick, writing Virgin," pronounces Dr. J. W. Fowler, Secretary, and a valuable Blandford, at Springfield. Major John H. Leathers, Treasurer. for the Republican Chicago Tribune, publication and well it written. says President Wilson's conception Mrs. Alice Sullivan has returned Tho Executive Committee Is comfrom a visit to her daughter, Mrs. posed of Mrs. John L. Woodbury, statesmanship seems to bo to of Judge Matt O'Doherty, Major John WORTHY APPEAL. Harry Alberts, at Lagrange. hold tho ear close to the ground, H. Leathers, Thomas D. Osborne Not only duly authorized but exto listen attentively, to interpret Miss Gertrude Siegfried and Mrs. and Dr. J. W. Fowler. The followletter was written, agilely what the voters want. He pressly encouraged by the Holy See, Mary Heln are home from Tell ing sent out generally. which will be Subscripthe Right Rev. Peter Joseph Hurth, City, where they visited relatives. has "done something" for labor, for Bishop of Nuova Segovia, has come tions may bo sent to the Treasurer, SWAGAR SHERLEY, the progressive minded, for the to the United States to appeal to Democratic Nominee for Congress. Miss Ruth Murphy, of Jefferson-vlll- John H. Leathers, or to any mem the committee: South, for tho little business man, the well known generosity of Amerihas returned from a week's ber of association has been formed NATHAN KAHN, WILLIAM A. PERRY, CLAY HALL, "An for the farmer, for every class that can Catholics In behalf of what ho visit to friends at Ellzabethtown. by the admirers of Father Abram Democratic Nominee for Prosecuting Democratic Nomlneo for State Sen-- Democratic Nominee for Clerk or honestly believes to " can muster a respectable number. needy diocese in all be tho most Thirty-eight- h ator Attorney Police Court. District. Police Court. the territory Miss Suo was J. Ryan, the Poet Priest of the Referring to Hughes ho says the over which floats the Stars and tho week-en- d Cox, of MIddletown, Mary Confederacy, to place a memorial to B. C. BECKMANN, J. H. JOHNSON, guest of Misses him our city, died Republican candidate offers only Stripes verily a diocese in ruins and Margaret Flnegan In Clifton. 1886. in We wish where he tho in Democratic Nominee for Councilman Democratic Nominee for Councilman to mark site promises to tho voter. Promises and Nuova Segovia, in tho Philippine Second Ward. First Ward. of the building In which ho died, uwing to the disasters Mrs. Dan Flnnegan, of Jefferson-vlll- now hopes! With these he has been jumnas. occupied by St. Bonlfaco that havo befallen the church in Ho has entertained the his diocese thero are at tho present Miss had as her guest for a week church, Jackson and Green streets. liberal. Louise Debendo, of Madison. It has been decided to place a of time nineteen concreEations wor electorate with rosy visions prosperity, with little homilies on shiping under mere sheds, reared Mrs. Gordon Alexander was this bronze tablet on the front of tho THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE the pastor having ex the week the guest of her brother, Ed- church, efficiency, economy, and the glories provisionally on the site of ruined church; in some cases only ward Wentzell, and Mrs. Wentzell. pressed appreciation of tho move No- the of Republican government. ment and helped select tho position. altar and Its immediate acces body knows what he thinks on the sories being sheltered, the. people Miss Mary Lee McKoriha, of Fair- Tho cost will be about $500. This greatest questions of the day, no- assisting at the religious functions field, Is here visiting Miss Elizabeth will bo raised by popular subscripAny amount will bo gladly tion. under In all these Campbell at her home In the body can pretend to say what he places the open sky. received by tho committee, but It Is the living accommodations INCORPORATED will do should he be elected. He of the priest aro so poor as to not desired that any individual give is the modol of political discretion challenge comparison with the most Miss Ella Roy Rlggs has been more than $2." WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. Already quite a number of subItself! He picks up votes here and apostolic conditions to be found enjoying a delightful visit to her scriptions havo be6n received and anywhere on earth. Bishop Hurth aunt, Mrs. Pat Jenkins, at Lebanon thero, industriously grinding out feels Justified In making an the success of tho undertaking day and night his platitudinous appeal for such help as may earnest Junction. sefms assured. enable political tune. "It would not be him to face the exceptional diffMrs. Laura B. .Kelly, of MOTHER AVERTS DEATH. good politics," his supporters say, iculties with which he is confronted has returned from a visit as guardian of the interests of Holy to Mrs. Joseph Nicholson at him to do anything else. Think Church "for By rare presence of mind and in that distant corner our how easily he might offend a large country's domains. Any whoof may quick action Mrs. Eugene Henchey body of voters!" daughter It may bo good respond to this appeal will address her n saved Misses Frances and Millie politics to hide your mind in a the Jiishop at Brookland, P. O wore week-en- d guests of Dr. from death by burning Tuesday afternoon. The child, with her two C. Jones and Mrs. Jones at Charles-towcloud of words, but it is rotten Washington, D. C. sisters, Mary Josephlno and Anna Ind. statesmanship, and that is what his Louise Henchey, and two neighbor PHYSICAL TRAINING. political leadership has come to be Mr. and Mrs. John Pfelffer and children, Lillian Fisher and Mary Here you can find the qualities upon which to rely for warmth and long-lastin- g Since September, 1916, in New Rev. Brother Plus In this most momentous of times. wero recent Allen, started a bonfire In a pile of leaves and rubbish. The fivo York State, all pupils above eight guests of Perry Bean and family at service. Here, too, is ample variety for making satisfactory selections, joined hands and wero dancing years of age in elementary and Bardstown. and despite the present soaring of prices our quotations are based on the GROWING MORE HOPELESS. merrily around the flames, which secondary public schools and in advantages we obtained through large early buying. private schools receive instruction Mr. and Mrs. C. J. O'Connor rapidly grew larger in the wind, As the war in Europe drags on In physical training during periods were among those from Louisville when Kathleen's dress ignited and seems to grow more hopeless. which shall average twenty minutes who registered immediately she was a mass Cotton-filleIt Japan Quilted and Crib Comforts; with good quality at West Baden almost of flames. The cries of her playThere is no doubt that there is a tor each school day. Pupils aro re- Springs the past week. silkolinc coverings are shown in an attractive Comforts; these havo laminated cotton filling, atmates attracted Mrs. Henchey's keen longing for peace among the quired to attend such courses, the variety of colors and patterns; each ...$2.75 with rich, silk covering; priced each ..$5.00 Board Mesdames Henry Nadorf and tention, who rushed to the scene people of the warring nations; but such of Education to renulre that and with a coat smothered the given. instruction Charles Kurtz have returned from be filled Comforts with Novelty Blankets; designed so as to bo re- Good quality the governments are still as far Board of Education is to employThe a pleasant visit to their sister, Mrs. flames. She carried the child homo, a silk covering; the tops in a variety of floral versible; one sidcjof white, the other of pink; summoned a physician by telephono showing any disposition to- teacher, or two districts may Join Cyrus Forree, at West Point. from and sank to the floor exhausted. patterns, tho backing in plain color silk.; also combinations of whito and rose, white ward peace as they were two years In employing one teacher, the exchild's dress was burned from to bo apportioned by the disthough these are light in weight thoy will and blue, whito and lavender ', priced Mrs. J. C. Seelbach and children, Tho body ago. All that statesmen and mili- pense Superintendent her and she suffered severe trict $9.50 render an unusual amount of warmth; price, each , tary men can see is preparation for districts according to ain'ong such who were here visiting Mr. and burns about the body, arms and assessed val- Mrs. Edward Wentzell, have re$9'.50 each head. continued war on a larger scale uation thereof, and such anDortlon- - turned to their home in Cincinnati. 11-- 4 size Blankets; in plaid efdespite their enormous losses. Only ment to bo a charge upon each of Eiderdown Comforts; filled with best qual- fects; either pink, blue or gray; this is a Buch IiEAVES NICE ESTATE. Mrs. Clarence Ryan and chila week ago the British War Minis- adopt districts. Tho Regents shall ity of down and covered with fine French quality known for its sterling worth, and rules determining South tho be Included, qualificationssubjects to dren, of from aLouisville, havo redeclared that ter, Archbishop John Lancaster Spaldwill servo to givo tho greatest amount of $12.50 cambric in Chintz patterns; each of teach- turned visit with her only way to Insure victory was to ers, .period jof instruction and at- mother, Mrs. Fowler, of Bowling ing loft an estate worth more than warmth; per pair $0.50 12-- 4 $125,000 according to an inventory size Blankets; in whito with lay the foundations for a war ex- tendance. Also boys between six- Green. teen and nineteen years shall be filed in the Probate Court at Auto and Steamer Rugs are being shown in pink, blue or black borders; this is an un" tending over a prolonged period. given military Peoria, on Wednesday. training Pattle usual quality, and tho value is perhaps better extensive assortments at a wide range of And Parliament voted another Im- aggregating not more for periods A. Mrs, Medley Blandford and Mrs. than three to have returned J. than one ordinarily sees Ut the price; per prices from $5.00 gradually upward to $35.00 mense war credit to carry on tho hours per week, tho same amqunt Springfield, after two weeks' visit CATHOLIC ALTOINAE, each. $7.50 of time from September 1 to June to Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Blandford, pair Btruggle. Hotel Belvedere, 'Baltimore, will ao less 15 to be given by boys not pupils. Crescent Hill. The Central Powers are act next November as a hub for determined to wage the war to a SHERLOCK BAFFIiED. has re- that great wheel of educational, Mrs. Michael Henley successful finish. And they are turned to Muncle, Ind., after visit- social and literary progress turned "Ha! Ha!" said Detective Tommy ing her brother, Andrew "Connell, by 25,000 women, graduates by events of the last few or daily on the following morning, lertainment will be given at the On Sunday morning, Yourell a case re- and Mrs. Connell, 422 West Sev- sometime members of the Catholic when a business meeting will take BelVedere. weeks to believe that they 'can hold cently. In investigating "This be a very educational institutions that are up the reports of State governors, November 26, the convention body They have calculated volved case. I will flneer Drlnts in- enth street, New Albany. their town. see bound together in the United States officers and committees. A special will assist at solemn high mass at on that tkar h maintain the struggle every door and wall in the house." Mrs. Maurice V, Boland, of St. and Canada, in an organization of. feature will be conferences by dls- - the Ckthedral, which will be sung "Guess again' replied the head Louis, is in New Albany visiting recent birth and rapid growth, the tlngulahe'd speakers1 on Catholic lit- - by Right Rev. Msgr. William A. at least m long as their enemies, and Fletcher, the rector, and at which since the Allied armies have now of the house. "We have six chil- her mother, Mrs. T. P. Burke, International Federation of Catholic erature, Catholic social work even- - His NORTON BUILDING Bmlnence Cardinal Oibboas will dren, and the only places you woa't 1820 Bast BIm street. Her daugh- Alumnae. The convention is to Catholic education. On the reached their fulL strength without find finger prints are a few prts ters, Misses Mary Loretto and Mar- assemble this year on Thursday, ing of Saturday, November 25, a be present and will intone the final N. W.Cirner FMrtk art Jeffcm having been fttole to break the Ger-- of the ceiling." November 23, and )s to opes offl- - banquet and brilliant musical em- - benediction garet, are with her. Kessack-Davidsoet Just now, when strenuous efforts are being made to drag religion into COMING EVENTS. 13-1- . "-" 26-2- lf v 16 SOGIETY. A3SIT ODHE i - Straight Democratic TicRet. e, . e, KmtfmunStmm NEW QI0 Jeffer-sonvJll- e, Ode-wah- two-year-o- ld n, Blanket and Comfort Section d Hand-embroider- All-wo- ol All-wo- ol Lloyd-Georg- e, All-wo- ol FRED ERHART ARCHITECT , jBOB3snrjoBrsr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. BaaaaBaaaaBaBaatBanTHBHBH? I irxsiis wwm.MnimnuuMiiH, . AJsan&jOLicAXi til I 2aV ty ' I ii JimuiiihTiijij uniiul JBL INIGHTS fflMOLUIBUS. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and '&2&!9ca!LaaMH9aBBBaaBBlHHaaa9BaaaaaaH I J. .1 Indianapolis Council has fifteen We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. candidates awaiting the first degree, KAiDB IN IXUISVILiIiE BY There will be a loint inlMntinn at Seymour. Ind.. about tho miririin AMERICAN ELEVATOR of Novombor. ThO KnichtS Of TTnn SflHnil. MACHINE CO. added an oven fifty to their number on discovery aay. ENGRAVERS THOS. J. BRODERIOK, Tho Frankfort council will stage a big minstrel Bhow tho second MKUGH ENGRAVING COMPANY PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE week of next month. ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS Tho Knights of Denver took the Home Phone City 4392-- J KLBCTR0TYPER8 orphan children to tho Broadway Beginning Monday, we shall have an exnert in Theater to see the Mission Play. Louisville, Kr, S W. Mnia St., 1000 Zone Street our Art Needlework Department Mrs. Brideaux Tho Cenoral New York fourth Home Phono CItr 6674 degree exemplification last "Sunday H who will teach you anything you wish to know about " "SOUTHERN STAR" at Auburn was a great success. SEE POOLEY Omaha Knights are making great knitting and crocheting. SLICED BACON efforts to increaso their memberCONFIDENTIAL FOR iMONEY MAM Ready for Your Griddlo la the You are cordially invited to attend the classes as often as you ship and havo an Initiation next RELIABLE Morning" month. wish and learn of the many attractive things that can bo made & P. R. POOLEY HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Dr. James J. Walsh, recipient of by a person skilled in tho art of knitting and crocheting. Building Room 1, l this year's Laetare medal, addressel LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. There will also be a notable exhibition of garments made of (Incorporated.) tho Knights of Milwaukee and their 415 Fourth Street friends Monday night. Two hundred Knights and their ESTABLISHED 1803 Residenco Phone, Peweo Valley ladies enjoyed a delightful banquet Phone, City 3180. in observance of Columbus day at Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. Salina, Kas. Mayor Chittenden was JOS. DALY OVER THE NIAGARA WHIRLPOOL BY AERIAL TRAM. the principal speaker. All Vicksburg is talking of the The distance between the stations is 1,708 feet and the mlddlo of CONTRACTING PAINTER the sagging cableway 1b about 200 feet above the water. The car was splendid results achieved by the This display will enable you to observe for yourself the beauty Knights of that city, wo raised 430 W, Market SI 420 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. built In Spain by Torres y Quevado. feme Pbe 2556 and softness, tho fine finish and brilliant dyes, the unusual ?1,200 recently for emergency ex working qualities and great durability of theso superior yarnn. penses ior at. jraurs cnurcn. PE0PX.ES MtOVXDEN AS80CIATI0S O'LEABY & CO. JOHN B. For years they have commanded the patronago of discriminating Incorporated. SOCIETY DIRECTORY BEQUEST FOR ORPHANS. people. You will agree with us when we say they are worthy was organized by citizens Headquarters for to make of your finest skill. CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. Tho three Catholic orphanages in LOANS Jefferson county will share equally Fleischer's Manual of ICnittlng and Crocheting, tho new fourSee us about anything In real on furniture and other personal prop- What A. O. H. They Have Been Doing In a balance of about $12,000 from erty at estate. We sell, buy and rent. teenth edition. Every user of yarns should provide I0WEST BATES. tho estate of Mary R. Chapman, themselves with a copy. It teaches all the stitches and gives the Past Week General Coleman Bids:., 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. DIVISION 1. whose will, dated October 10, 1916, directions for making nearly two hundred different articles, S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. News NoteB. Home Phone City 4464. Both Phones. 2886. Meets Fourth Thursday, Liederkranz was admitted to probate In tho including sweaters, for men, women and children; County Court on Wednesday. Tho kimonos, jackets, cozycoats, shawls, scarfs, capes, Afghans, Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Home Phone Shawneo 803 rea estate Is valued at about blankets, babies' wear, bed shoes, gloves and OP President Mark Ryan. WM. ISGRIGG $13,500, out of which tho followleggings. Division 3 will meot next Friday ' Vice President W. L. Gushing. Price . i HENRY GOSS ing bequests are to be paid first: evening. Recording Secretary Daniel Mc- One hundred dollars to be exThe Classes Are Held On tlio Balcony SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR The season to increaso the mem- Carthy. HOOFINO, QUTTEBIXa, SPOTTTDT pended by the executor for masses bership hao arrived. Secretary Financial Edward for the souls of the testatrix, her 6arowwErofflmttmffl)M 4105 Henry Street Tin Soofs Repaired and Fainted The LadfPR' nrltl i Clancy. ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY father, mother and brother; $25 Treasurer Thomas Keenan. 2011 West Broadway, tonisvUle, Ky. next Wednesday evening. Heme Phone, Shawnee 1383-to Lizzie Reardon, a sister; $5 to Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English. M. S. Reardon, a brother; $5 to .,. . raembers will bo welcome at Tim Lyons. Sentinel to Nellie Fudge, a sister; $50 Gumb. South OGG-Horn, City aiOl tomorrow afternoon. Mayme Fudge Fogarty, a niece; DIVISION 3. County Vice $25 to Mary Bfllings, a friend; President Matt O Brlen and his bride have returned First and third Friday, Hibernian $100 to tho Little Sisters of the & from their bridal tour. 0 Homo, Poor, Tenth and Magazine streets; Portland. Why not follow the example of President Lawrence J. Mackoy. $100 to Frank Hollhelde, a friend, INCORPORATED. and $100 to Catherine Fogarty, a Division 4 and have an initiation Vice President John J. Riley. before the end of the year? Secretary John J. niece. The Louisville Trust ComFinancial Coal. STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY pany Js appointed executor. The initiation of candidates at Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. Denver, whoso number will reach Recording Secretary Matthew HOYjY ROSARY ART CLASS. Rugs, O'Brien. Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue 100, will take place tomorrow. Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of MinneTho art class of Holy Rosary Sergeant-at-Arm- s apolis will continue its literary club M. Kalaher. Good Furniture at moderate prices without tradAcademy its attracting attention in for tho study of Irish history. Sentinel Thomas Noon. Central Park, where the members ing stamps. Barney Coll, of Jeffersonville, are sketching, with a view to havDIVISION 4. says a movement will bo started ing finished work when outside to increase the membership in that Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, work is no longer possible. city. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. The annual ball of the Now York FRANKFORT. President John H. Hennessy. County Board, held in tho Central AL. S. SMITH, PROP. 415-41- 7 Vice President Thomas Lynch. EAST MARKET STREET. Opera House, was tho big event of Financial Secretary Thomas J. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Salender, the season. Langan. of Frankfort, will celebrate the The Hibernian Rifles of ColumRecording Secretary James J. twenty-fift-h anniversary of their bus, Ohio, will hold their annual McTlghe. marriage today. They have issued military ball at tho Indlanola WinTreasurer Pat Connelly. invitations for a reception they will ter Pavilion. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. give this evening at their beautiful BOTH PHONES 810. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. home on the South Side. The Hibernians of Minneapolis and Hennepin county are doing earnest work for tho betterment of FREE LECTURE. Y. SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. iuo organization. Attorney Williatn P. McDonogh MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Tho Norfolk county convention of tho Ladies' Auxiliary, held in Meets Monday !Low Evenings at Club will speak on tho Kentucky workmen's compensation act next Mon Hibernian Hall at House, 344 North Twenty-sixtt-M - I"I"?t ueiegaies present. Boston, had 163 H -W-H"I"t -M"r r K -H'H"MM -h M"I"I"M"M"I"M"I day evening, October 30, under the President S. O. Hubbuch. auspices of the Columbia Athletic Many members were sorry to see M. First Vice President F. Club, at their club house, 621 East County Financial Secretary Tom Schaad. Catherine street, and tho public Langan retire from office, as ho Second VIco President R. L. St. invited to attend. is INCORPORATED. made a splendid and efficient offi- Scheckler. cer. Financial Secretary, F. Q. Adams. RETURN TIHNKS. 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. ! The county convention held at Recording Secretary 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, O. W.. Minneapolis last week elected Frank Buckle. Cnnib. Main 415 Home. City 405 Tho Sisters of Holy Rosary AcadJ. Feency, a successful young busiTreasurer G. J. Thornton. emy gratefully acknowledge the ness man, County President for the Marshal Theo. Buckle. kind assistance and patronage exii next two years. Inside Sentinel James Radigan. tended them at their recent euchre. Neither the Ladies' Auxiliary or Outside Sentinel H. Pfeicer. Miss Ida Couchman, of 1900 Fourth tho division of New Albany are avenue, was awarded the blue bird making much noise, but they are tntila and Miss Anastasia ' Gumb. Main 2008-- a doing earnest work and Increasing LOUISVEOLE AVINE & LIQUOR CO. Walsh, envflr 519 West Oak street, Home City 200S of their membership. 739 East Broadway was awarded the embroiaerea gown. !' Ladies' Auxiliary 9 of IndianAND WHISKIES WINES apolis gave a masquerade party last COMING NEARER. WVWWWWVWWWWWWWWWWWVWWVWWWWW week in honor of Mrs. James By bottle or gallon for family use. Both Phones O'Donnell, tho new County Presiof the Protestant Clergymen HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y dent, and Mrs. George Kirkhoff and Episcopal church have taken anPrompt Delivery Everywhere Miss Florence Birch. the one true faith. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention other step nearer of Bishops, clergyThe Ladies' Auxiliary County At the meeting men and laymen in St. Louis on Board at Minneapolis held an en- largely given over to story telling Wednesday provision was made for thusiastic convention, electing Miss and it Anna Kelly Bryant County Presi- present. proved a time of fun for all the first time in the history of that President Sandmann Is church for voluntary confession foldent. For her unselfish and zealous elated over tho progress Trinity lowed by absolution. The lower NONE BETTER NONE PURER work sne received the honor. house approved a recommendation In discussing the present na- Council has made this year. to insert in tho service for tho vistional campaign prominent members NAVAL CRUISE LECTURE. itation of the sick, a rubric directnf inn nrrlnr aTnpaDo ITinmnnlnnn S222& ing that the "sick person shall be indignant over the actions of the Attorney W. Overton Harris will moved to make a special confession WVMWiWVtVWVWWMvmUWWWWrtWUWUWWiiVW proiessionai agitators in the East, lecture to the members of the Holy ,of his sins, if he feels his con who profess to delivor the Irish and Name Society of St. LouIb science trouoiea Tvitn any matter; CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, ; vote. church next Tuesday even- after which confession the minister Home PIiohc Shawnee 484 ing in Bertrand Hall, his subject shall assure him of God's mercy I TRINITY'S BOWLING LEAGUE. to be a discussion of his experi- ana lorgiveness. ence in the recent the The bowling game has mado ' a civilians on United cruise of warStates NOTRE DAME NOTES. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE ten strike with the nrtsmborn nf ships. Those trip Trinity Council, nearly all spending were selected who mado tho sec INCOHFOKATK). from different Starr Jordan, Chancellor meir spare time on tne club house tions of tho country, and Mr. Har- of David and Stanford University, Lei alleys, some having been accused ris was one of that fortunate num- author' and lecturer, spoke at Notre of trying to frame up for shorter ber. In these days of much the question, "Is business sessions to split the extra concerning preparedness a little talk Dame last week onHe was followed inSATISFIES THAT LONGING. War Eternal?" time with the bowling game. The sight into the affairs of our navy by Edgar A. Guest, humorous philfollowing Is the preesnt standing is sure to prove interesting and a Free in tho league with average pinnage: good attendance Is expected next osopher and poet of the Detroit 3101 WEST BROADWAY 3 toPatroas. W. Pge. Tuesday evening. Rev. Father It. Free Press. L. Secretary of tho On Saturday INCORPORATED $ 5 13 .700 G. Lyons, chaplain of the Holy Treasury 9bf McAdoo visited Notre Yankees fi 12 LOUISVILLE, KY, .rod Name Society, will preside. by Senators PHONE CITY 859. Dame, accompanied Tigers 12 6 "As Nctf to You as tbe Nearest Phone .695 ivern and Taggart. A committee - .696 Athletics 11 7 SAFETY FHIST. from tho Notre Dame Indiana Club, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case 8 "ants 10 .670 Oar Special $3.00 Spray led by Harry E. Scott, of IndianBraves 7 .670 St. Joseph's Young Men's Club apolis, welcomed the Congressmen, Oar Special $5.00 Wreath Indians 5 13 .661 will give two minstrel performances McEvoy, On Wednesday J. P. Funeral Directors Pirates ., 4 14 .669 tomorrow and Monday evening in Chicago humorist and an old stuThe largest values in Fuse-ra- l Flowers ever offered la their club house on Washington dent of Notre Dame, lectured to the Embalmers. TRINITY COUNOIL. street. They are bolne coached hv students of the school of journalism Louisville. Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Ferg, the on tho For prompt delivery call 223 TrlnUv v r r v.u .. John F. Nuxol, and Andy comedian, column. art of conducting a humor well known black faco both phones. Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, Tatashana 122. enthusiastic meeting Monday night. has been secured for a specialty. Spirit of Unrest" Is the title nuvu many applications were pre- Andy's numerous friends and fol of "Tho address delivered by Rev. And if you have tried tbe rest get the BEST. the sented. Thf momhnroTilr. lowers will be there the opening John Cavanaugh, President of THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT has been spirited and for .amnln tho prizes night, as they are not taking any Notre Dame, at tho State University PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. offered a warm contest is being chances on him not appearing the on October 25. Dr. Cavanaugh will waged. This contest closes at the second night. Home Phone 1913 also be present at the Indiana cen- Cutnb. Phone West 191 noma. meeting next Aionaay night and the TUB tennial celebration at Purdue Uniannouncement of the standing of ST. PETER'S . versity on October 31, and 'will the teams will hn isiHui n.t.v. speak on "What Constitutes a "Flowers telegraphed everywhere.' eager Interest. Prof. Leo Schmitt , Sunday morning the members of is arranirlnc fnr a mn.ln.i. - - St. Robo Sodality of St. Peter's State." Mrs year boya aa aJaeattea that will evening of November 6, when an church celebrated their anniversary. MONSIGNOR CniDWICK. yreyara tbm for Ufa. vxceueni programme will be pre- There was solemn high maw, at XnCORFO&ATEB sented. She committee that has which Rev. Edmond Klein, O. M. C, Monslgnor John P. Chidwlck, 5T. XAVIER'S COLLEGE JtaKfiJM?JllaJpsa8sssafc charee Of the eimhre and lnttn pastor, preached a feeling and President of St. Joseph's Seminary for the afternoon ancl evening of tbe 1M W. BreaAws, iMbraii, Xy. instructive sermon. was a and (College and Preeideat of the nag wet great encour- highly edifying sight It when euiur a Ofidi.etd r tbe Xavwlfta BretBera, tbe Catholic Summer Sefe&el, who was agement, and now feel confident members, all girls of the parish chaplain on OUmImO, BeleBtMe aa4 Etaalmaas Maine, was the OewraM. Prevaraterr DaartaiMt Law luib Da.rc.v win Btirrvfisa .nwihiN. e years old Monday. From under sixteen years old, proceeded at all leading bars and cafes. Reflowned for parity, strength, All tka lata tad aew Styis sad Saaaa: the kind heretofore aVwlinwilnr PeaL Well aala4 IIimii to the aMk Tarsia Sr. Jaaaaa, Dir. mm Im Iqh4 aeta at reaacnaWa tiiu, the oeuneil. Mondayundertaken byi munion altara and received holy com- all parts of the country he received nlrht body. ORUBER & DEUSOR, in messages conveying congratulations.! Louisville, Ky. AMERICAN ELEVATORS INCORPORATE) Dlstillera Of OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASI1 HOLLENBAOH' PURE RYB LoBlsrllle, Ky 538 W. Mala St. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH 00. J Bacon a son FREE LESSONS IN Knitting and Chrocheting Courier-Journa- 21-- J. FLEISCHER'S YARNS IJBJITIST well-know- n HIBERNIANS. ' I Ani-Mlnr--,. L. Y DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO. 1818-182- FURNITURE GREENE'S Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Ranges toitiimimMiiHitHiwiMi GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director JAS. GREEINTE Funeral and Embalmer TRY A LOAD OF t : HI. Wallins Creek Lump Coal FOR HOME USES. High in Heat. in Ash. - - - - - h. S6ANL0N 60flL 60IUIPflNy tVtw Funeral Directors and Embalmers f I both ihois:jg;s. i DINNER INCOMPLETE I WITHOUT i J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. F.F.X.L.BEER "Delivery Service?" Bast Main, street. Irish-Americ- Ber-tran- d's an i RATTERMAN Ckal $ SCANNELL Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER t)00t)gt Prompt Sure.!; JOHN F. OERTEL CO. H.B0SSS0N and n FALL CITY BEER nnn-nrl- -- Hm m i- WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Maers, Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer .... dll-fat- H. fifty-thre- I 1 trsttrtWAtws Stewart Dry Goods WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. JKBTDTJOBTK- - XKfcUSHt AJSOCBmXCAJSPn T W " GENTRAI COManTTEE. Co JnonnetiouJames Mc Aeery & Co. New.York. New AT STEWARTS PRICED fall Shirts $2.00 Out-of-Town The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held a spllrted monthly meeting at St. John's Hall on Friday night of last week. William- - Cushlng presided and after the regular routine work for the future was discussed. Gen. Michael Relchert made a stirring talk, pointing to the growth of the Catholic Knights in other States, and urging tho Louisville branches to make earnest effort to Increase their membership. Others spoke in like manner and said that the advantages offered by tho Catholic Knights should be more fully made.' known to the public, especially as they rank first among tho fraternal insurance societies of the United States. MORRIS RETURNS THANKS. HERMAN STRAUS POURTH AVEKUe SONS MARKET STREET wcosTPaitertro ' m We dive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. A Sale of Sample Handkerchiefs i hi fa ' Villi HP 8m!g!gi yj Special Attention Is Given to These new Fall Shirts-- we are Dricin at two dollars-- !! are of fine quality Madras, Russian Cord Crepe Cloth, in laundered or French turn back style cuffs. They are to be had in the new novelty striped and figured effects. Orders November Election Louisville, Ky., October 24, 1916 Kentucky Irish American Gentlemen: Being one of tho winners in the world series popularity contest which your interesting paper conducted so successfully, allow me to express my sincere thanks and appreciation for your generosity and .the interest which you take in the Twin City Baseball League. The trip was so thoroughly arranged for our comfort and enjoyment that it will leave in my mind kind laoughts f6r the paper which is a pleasure to Its many readers. I also wish to thank my friends and tho many members of Mackln Council, Y. M. I., for their untiring efforts In canvassing In my behalf. Thanking you again, and may your prosperity be continued, I am yours truly, ROBT. J. MORRIS. HELPING THE SISTERS. 1910 ST. JOSEPH'S YOUNG MEN'S CLUB MINSTRELS IN HAXL. 1410 WASHINGTON COMMENCING SUNDAY MATINEE, OCTOBER 29, 3 PERFORMANCES With impressive ceremony and before a large congregation twenty-fiv- e new members were enrolled in the Holy Name Society at Holy Cross church last Sunday evening. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account Organized only a few months ago, this society has now a membership with this safe, conservative, of over 200, which It is hoped to Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more double. Rev. Father Brey was at" any time. We add absolute safety and 3 celebrant of the solemn vespers, FOR per cent. No cost to you whatever. and after a forceful sermon by the Rev. Joseph O'Grady, pastor of St. The same courteous attention given the of Aloyslus church, the enrolling of depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Economy consistent with effi new members took place, the services concluding with benediction. ciency and thoroughness. The officers of the society are John Ben Linne-manDuttllnger, President; Second and Market Under tho Bid Clock Joseph President; Vice If you really want tho schools State Government Supervision. Sohm, Secretary, and Barney Camp-hel- l, taken out of politics Treasurer. If you believe In tho people choosing their own candidates for tho EUCHRE AND LOTTO. Board of Education EDW. A. AXMAN HOME PHONE CITY 3238 OAN J. HENNESSY If you beliovo tho board members Monday evening ..the ladies of should bo answerable to tho wholo Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. St. Patrick's congregation will enpeople If you beliovo In an open and tertain with another of their ennbovo board policy by tho board joyable euchre and lotto parties Jn the school hall at Thirteenth and members Market. Tho hostesses for tho evenVOTE FOR BEX KLING. ing will be Mesdames Jesse Seaman, Mary Herms, Delia Cieary and Misses Rosaleen Delaney, Florence WRITE OR CALL Games will Rlhn,. Henrietta Wolf. prices on 425 W. Jefferson Street For designs and for cemeteries. Many be called at 8 o'clock, and at their UPSTAIRS STORE. Religious Statues Catholics are beginning to realize that conclusion a consolation prize will this is the true Catholic idea in mark- be awarded. ing the resting place of their loved ones. Statues of Our Lord, Blessed BEN SAND IIERE. Virgin, or any Saint furnished in enSixty-one-year-old AN DP TO TIIE MINDTE MINSTRELS Oct. 29-3- 0 2 HOURS OP MIRTH AND SINGING Matinee Prices Children 10 Cents. Adults 25 Cents. Night Prices 25 and 50 Cents. Tho Ladles' Sewing Circle of the Sisters of Mercy are making elaborate preparation for the annual entertainment to be held In the Academy Auditorium, .1176 East Broadway, on tho afternoon and evening of November 3. Thero will be many handsome awards for tho 1016 games, and In addition there will be a number of added features for of old and the entertainment young. For thoso who desiro a light luncheon will bo served. Tho Sisters of Mercy bavo done much good here, and it is hoped all their friends will attend this HOLY CROSS. We have secured from two large importers their entire line of Linen and Fine Cotton Handkerchiefs and at tho 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 Pine 760 Dozen Very Fine Imported v Lawn Handkerchiefs; with liawn nanciKerciueis; with, emdainty white and colored broidered corner: in white and edge; each 5c colors; each handkerchief on 300 Dozen Pure Linen Handsample card; regular 25c kerchiefs; with novelty colored value l5o r printing; pink, blue and lavender; regular 15c values; 900 Dozen All Pure Linen 10c each Handkerchiefs; many with sheer hemstitching; white or colored; 600 Dozen 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 12Vc 240 Dozen Very Pino n 350 Dozen Jap Silk and Crepe Sample Handkerchiefs; with de Chine Handkerchiefs and corner; regular 50c to Djtinty Colored Novelties; all 75c values; all imported; 15c regular 25c values; each each 25c NISI 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 MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, Inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- VOTB FOR SHOE FITTERS TO THE FAMILY BEN W. KLING Board Education. 333 WEST MARKET STREET. If you want export service Just call us upt Wo have never been out of dyes for one moment slnco tho war begun and aro thoroughly equipped to Iiandlo all work of every description. You can rest assured if you need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery, rarocl Post Service. German Insurance BanK NEW BLEND 2 1.2 Lb. 65c xysnEsxNoINCORPORATED. BOTH - n, Special rebate ticket good for 10c In trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. JOHN M. MULLOY, 212 West Market. PULS CLEANING 426 S. Fifth St. PHONES DYEINGCO. 2635. Louisville, Ky. Hennessy Axman HERRMANN IMPORTERS BROS. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Out-do- or FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. DIstillersand Wholesale Deal-er- a in Finest Barnds of Ken. tucky Whiskies, especially. $VW'WMVtVWMM NO MORE PAY DAYS! That time comes for every man. The only way to prepare for it is to save somethine out of what you earn and put it in a savinga account at interest. 8AVE FOR A HOME-SA- VE FOR OLD AG- ESAVE AND INVEST SAVE FOR A BUSINESS OPENING-SA- VE FOR INDEPENDENCE. We ! AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. Tlltjlwns 1943. 234 S SIXTH STREET FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. during Bronze, Marble, Terra Cotta or Stone, with pedestal to match. Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S FOURTH AVE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. S. L. HYMSON EIGHTH AND OAK sncceiifnlly treated without pain. Our methods are original, aclentinc and sanitary. Beferences, the leading physicians and surgeons. Established 1883. Both phones. Suite 308 Stark Bldg. Remember THIRD PLOOB. Corns and All Foot Troubles Wines and Liquors Home Phone Clly 6771 'QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATED DR. FRANK DAVIS AND WIFE Hiss Bell, assistant Besldence Office Clean Grocery Stores. "The Best For Less." Oders for $1 or more delivered to any part of the city. A wages paid there to h the workingmen, but which Is offset by the high cost of rents, living, etc., and advises Iroulsvllle workingmen to stay at home. He pays a high tribute to Henry Ford, who he claims is the Idol of not only Detroit, but tho whole of Michigan, and believes that his espousal of cause will President Wilson's greatly aid the Democratic party, with a good chance of carrying Michigan, a Republican State. top-notc- Ben J. Sand, one of our former Louisville Democrats, prominent who has been stationed at Detroit, Mich:, for the past two years as Immigration Inspector, is here on a visit to remain until after the election. Mr. Sand tells of the stupendous growth of Detroit and GERMAN BANK pay 3 per cent, on savings and help you in your Investments. ; ffMia mtmysl KwmJtBBBBBBBBBBBBBI FIDELITY & COLUMBIA TRUST CO. COLUMBIA BUILDING. FOURTH AND MAIN. Capital and Surplus, $3,750,000. PtE3fttjiS3 .VtmBBaaBhAMI MmM flow t wwwMjwwwwMHwwWMwwMWMiwivmmmm AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE Give us a trial for first-claservice. We are as close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs our specialty, dive us a call. ss h INITIATION O. NEXT MONTII. Fifth and Market Sts. imroGET QUINN. 2828 Garland Ave. Home Phone, Shaw. 478-- L 2303 Garland Ave. Cumb. Phone, South 67-- Shawnee Chimney Cleaning Company Overhauling and repairiag steam or hot air lurnaces a specially. Prompt service to all porta of the city. INTO ETERNAL REST. ' OLD BARB EE tW &The Best Straight Whisky On Earth hbJNO.T. BARB BE INCORPORATED & CO. OwBrlReitered Dial. No. 32 West Main Street. Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 Sole BE SURE TO CALL FOR Deep sympathy is felt in Frank fort and throughout the State for the husband. dauKhters and sons of Mrs. Jerry Brislan, whose death occurred Monday after a brief Illness. Mrs. Brislan was a home woman, her greatest pleasure being her family, to share their life and cares as much as a mother can. Pious, charitable and kind, she was the typo of motherhood which endears her to her children and whom friends have confidence in. The was mass celebrated funeral Wednesday morning In the Church of the Good Shepherd, and the large number of friends present testified to the high regard in which deceased was held. Mrs. Brislan Is survived by her husband, Jerry Brislan; two daughters, Mrs. Will-laMandlehr, of Louisville, and Mrs. John Donnelly, of Frankfort, and four sons, Thomas, Jud, John and William Brislan, all of FrankHer sister, Miss Margaret fort. Newman, resides in Louisville. m At the meeting of Division 4, A. H Monday evening it was announced that an initiation would be held November 27 and that the degree team would begin rehearsals right away. President John Hennessy announced that at present there were about thirty candidates awaiting the degrees and many by next moro would be added month. Arthur O'Brien and Timothy Kelly were elected to member ship. FOURTH DEGREE. Dr. J. W. Fowler, Superintendent of tho City Hospital, was elected Faithful Admiral of Louisville As sembly 390, Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus, at that organization's Chawk & Smith Attto SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY, Co.. McKENNA aiAOKIN COUNCIL. meeting in Klein's blue room. Other officers were elected as follows: Camden It. McAtee, Faithful Navigator; Harry A. Appling, Faithful Controller; Harry T. Colgan, Faithful Captain; Col. Joseph P. McGinn, Faithful Insldo Sentinel, and Al C. Brand, Faithful Outside Sentinel. The meeting was, well attended and a banquet was enjoyed prior to the election. BISHOP A WORKER. work u was held Wednesday morning from lightest; church, of St. Louis Bertrand's which she was a faithful member. Where the meal is cooked best; In her will Miss Quinn leaves ?2G to her friend. Sister Augustine,' of Where the range stands the test Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital; That's $100 to her friend, William Evans; where the "Quick Meal" comes ?50 to her grandniece, Irene Quinn, nephew, John and $200 to her In. Quinn. The remainder of her esQaiok Meal Gaa Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended tate, valued at $1,100, is left for tho saying of masses for the repose 215 of her soul and that of her late brother, Richard Quinn. The masses W. MARKET ST are to be said at St. Louis Bertrand church. The Louisville Trust Com44"M-I1IHI III 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 H pany is named as executor of tho will, which is dated September 18, M. J. BANNBN, LAWRENCE P. IANK0N, JR., J. VEEN EH AH. 1906. X Pr.&K(r. V1h Pfit. 6 TriM. SecriUnr. "BACHELORS' CONGRESS' Miss Bridget Quinn, aged fifty-nin- e, Doth Phoaea sister of the late Richard Quinn, for many years a well known resident of Limerick, passed to 'her eternal reward Tuesday morning at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. She was a native of Ire- Where the brightest; land and had' been In failing health for several, months. The funeral Where the 2300. Where the Quick Meal Comes In home Ji sk??3fegiB ijlOl sMefrl , I. Where work is quickly done; Where cooking seems real fan; Where baking gives de light Where drndge is ont of sight That's where the "Quick Meal" cornea GEHER & SON, M n llii'l 1 i44"llK,t WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. :KL McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield,, fiy. f' Council's membership campaign has been very successful, and at the meeting next Monday night a class of about fifty will be obligated. On Sunday, November 19, the initiation will be held, for which the officers and committee are making elaborate preparation. Tuesday night the Social Club will have its dance, for which all must have Invitations. President Eugene 'rhoBipsfm predicts thatrthlswlU be banner season. VTh'e, meeting last Monday night was well attended and. fifteen applications for membership were reserved. Mackln s Bishop Lenihan, of Great Falls, Mont., started early this month on his visitation to the parishes and missions in the southern part of his extensive diocese. During his two months' absence from homo he will bless two hospitals; dedicate twenty-two new churches and administer the saerameat of confirmation to are ovrft slxy ,elassS; Thereschools ten moVe bw churches and in . promises to .surpass any amateur given.,' A delightful performance, promised, mirthful evwlng-ia tha, nor;thrn parjt of the dioeee and who" attend. Come and laugh that are ready for dedication, but all the Bishop will not visit that sec- with the "Old Maids and Old tion of the State before next year. -- The St. Mary's Choir Dramatic Club will present the "Bachelors' Congress," a comedy drama, on Sunday evening at 8 o'clock In St. Mary's Hall, Eighth and Cedar streets. Tho cast is composed of a number of popular and talented young people, who have been devoting their energies for some time In preparation for this eyenjt, which P. BANN0N PIPE CO. lAdimiS Sewer aasl Calvert Five, Bauson's Patent far.StvatM Ppadaltt. Wall Cepiatf, Draia Tile, YVtifieii Irkk, X Fire Free! ag, Flae Lining, Fire BricX Grate aai Keller Tile, Greaal Fire Clay, Cfclssaey T?s. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOMPHONIctT,Yi73-1786WOKS---t3tHftdBrelc. . I Mt Kd CUMB. MAIN 507. Magifblla Aye.,' Bet": 9tk asd iotfe. Hl-I li 1 1111 II I tQ IMHIIII Mil II iU I'M 1 1