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VOLUME XXXVIL LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1916. that the prisoner nated as a bulk vote from time to and his friends had a perfect right time, and this good priest said then, ' jp.'V'm "'"Vi JK 7jsVWfiTS"MBPysHl!SBWBBBBMBMBM" is"'y'" jJBsWfrMtJisBfn to call on Black and protest against f., as every Intelligent man knows, that the slanders, part of his charge bethe Catholic, ing as follows: and labor vote is a "And in this connection you are myth, everyono voting pretty near you believe further charged that If according to his party convictions Copeland Jury Brings in Verdict from the evidence that tho said and no one can swing that vote or IIoyv Job Selling Is Conducted in John Copeland, and othors, had "deliver" it in bulk. After Being Out Four Industrial Establishments been informed that the said Black Following up the publication of . and his manager and companion, Days. the Cantrlll forged letter and the of Ohio. C. F. Hall, were desperate and danHughes railroad club, which was gerous men and that they habitually made up of registered Republicans went armed, then you are instructed j and unknowns, the Louisville Herald came to tho bat this week with Grasping Foremen Have Been .Second Trial In Killing of Black mat me sam jonn iropeiana, ana who accompanied him, had those another Munchausen yarn, telling .Lecturer, Mulitirig Innocent Employes the Of how $10,000 had been on deposit the right to arm themselves in go' of the said Will-laing to tho room here for the past two weeks to bet in Texas. For Years. on Hughes at odds of ten to seven Black as heretofore stated, and and ten to six, when every stock that if the said Black, or his said exchange and betting commissioner companion, Hall, acting with him, in the country was quoting the odds made any Judge States Defendants Had said John demonstration to do the Copeland serious bodily at ten to nine and even money. Drastic Measures Taken to PunRight to Protest Against ish Those Who Violate The Herald very wisely, in publishInjury or that the said John Cope' ing this Item, was careful to say land, judging from his standpoint, Trust. 'Slanderous Lecturers. that the money was then taken thought that tho saia Black, or his away for use somewhere else, which companion, C. P. Hall, was making rj B isB 3hnvA'9 jwJsHI ? leads one to believe It must have flt a demonstration to do the said W isssH HB B k!QHvvHn been stage money. bodily Injury, Copeland serious "ATRIAL OF ATTORNEY RYAN NEXT then and In that event tho said Speaking of the local press, the PUBLIC HAS INTEREST IN MATTER " v BbjPH. ili!'i'-- t ?. H a ?f,' '. 7 Ni.i Courier-JournSits. " "certainly had two John Copeland would have the right ' , bV h j. or as corand did have the right to kill the respondents telling of the political said William Black or C. F. Hall; Job selling involves the practice situation, the writer after perusing After being out since Saturday and If you have a reasonable doubt their writings concluding that the of paying to the foremen in Indusas said evening at 7 o'clock the Jury In a to whether the to doBlack made only way for Wilson to win was trial plants a fee for securing work the said demonstration RIOTS IN ATHENS, GREECE the Copeland murder case at Mar John Copeland serious bodily for Hughes and Fairbanks to quit and also of paying money to tho foremen from time to time in order shall, Texas, returned a verdict of During the recent elections and following the occupation of part of Athens by the iforces of the Allies the race. so or that John' Copeland not guilty Wednesday morning, this believed, from his standpoint, then numerous riots have taken place. The local campaign will close to- that the workman may not lose his Photo shows mounted omcers uis persing the populace. night with a big rally at the Strand Job or may receive moro desirablo feeing the second acquittal in the and In that event, or both, you will vases arising out of tho killing of acquit tho defendant and say by Theater preceded by an automobile work. The first complaint of this the last fi revenue for parade. The speaker of the even- 3ort of graft on the part of tho the A. P. A. lecturer, William your verdict not guilty." nancial year, was $90,415,000. This ing will be Attorney One Black, in February, 1915. General foremen came to the Department of rapid increase Inr taxation has Thomas Watt Gregory, while ad- Investigation and Statistics of the other, George Ryan, Is yet to be INDIANAPOLIS. alarmed Irish business men and the dresses will be made by Congress- Ohio Industrial Commission through tried, Mb caBe coming up next prospect at present is that the exman Swagar Sherley and James F. the demands of a body of striking Wednesday. It will be rememIn his elegant residence on North isting excessive taxation will be Edwards, the Democratic Elector employes in the latter part of 1915. bered that John Copeland, a cashier Alabama street, Indianapolis, and As In the near future. doubled In a Marshall bank; George Ryan, for this district. Chairman Frank One of the demands of these strikCatheRecent Arrivals Confirm Kc- - Ireland has always been overtaxed Practically Closes Tonight and McGrath and his associates on the ers was for the discharge of a forea.n attorney, and John. Rogers, a later in Sts. Peter and Paul in proportion to her resources. It Democratic committee have worked man to whom the foreign workmen contractor, called upon Black in his dral many gathered last Saturday Indications Point to a Wilports Relative to Approch- of will be hard to bear the present unceasingly to give President Wil- were required to contribute money hotel at Marshall to protest against to honor the memory latetheir relason Victory. John P. and the impending new burdens. ing Crisis. son and Congressman Sherloy a sub- from time to time in order to hold 'the slandering lectures of Black. tive and friend, thetenderness and With loving The taxation question is coming to stantial endorsement in this district their jobs or to secure an advance 'In tho fight that followed Rogers Finn. voices filled with grief many with the front and, like the taxation of In response to this and and all predictions point to tho fact in wages. and Black were killed and Cope- clergymen, relatives, friends and the American colonies, it may lead that their labors tvIH be rewarded subsequent complaints an investigaland wounded, the shooting of business associates tendered their Workcrsof All Classes Interested Tuesday. Kentucky should give tion was Instituted, which deand Agricutu- - to serious consequences. 'Rogers and Copeland being done respects to the memory of one Work of Farmers tt last Wilson 20,000 majority, while this veloped the fact that the collection by Black and Clarence Hall, a in Progress of Sight Hour Practically Now wno was noted charitable district will give 4,500 of that num- of fees for jobs, or assessments of that accompanied Black as a and sympathetic for his and manly ral Societies Day. heart Destroyed. various kinds, by foremen has been ber. bodyguard. Another present at the qualifications. Eyes were dimmed In the past few months carried on time was a wayward girl, who had with tears and voices chocked with in at least six large industrial CARDINAL'S APPEAL. fceen taken from a Good Shepherd reas Bishop Chatrand g emotion plants in the State employing ap(Home for wayward girls, she of his the exemplary life Hughes, Corporation Candidate Cardinal Gibbons has issued an proximately 40,000 men. The inBlack's viewed parishioner sometimes as an No Mlstakiug Country's Opposiand personal this connecCatholic people to not traveling 'ife wasrumored that shewith him, devout of a former day. Mr. Finn tion to Compulsory Military The Religious Is ahich to the Against Wilson, Candidate earnest appeal toyear as generously formation collected byinthe Ohio Detion is set forth contribute this had left friend modest, It being Just man, broad of of the People. as they can to the Catholic Uni- partment of Investigation and StaService. him. Last Saturday Mr. Copeland was a Front in This Camlenient and forbearing. He versity collection, so that a reason- tistics. look the stand and told his version vision, faithful member of the Cathepaign. was a may able Increase It was found that in some plants bo obtained the shooting as follows: al Knights of Columbus, which will help to meet the large the custom has been established for He declared that the only shot dral, theOrder Hibernians, Elks and With some foremen a box BIG DEMOCRATIC RALLY TONIGHT and growing expenses of the uni- years. lie fired was directed at Clarence Ancientother social and fraternal TAXATION HAS NEARLY DOUBLED many versity. The collection will be of cigars or a bottle of whisky was business societies attached to the Catholic iff. Hall, the lecturer's The Catholic, Clergy Are in Poltaken up on the first Sunday in a sufficient "present" to secure a agent, and said he did not know church. On March 17, .1906, he itics Less Than Any Advent. In concluding his appeal job ten years ago. Then tho apwi- was who killed Black. After three thirty-sixt- h Grand Marshal of the plicant learned that money was says: Mother. tnesses had been examined tho deThe great Presidential campaign the Cardinal of tho Increase of ex- more acceptable, and $5 was the annual celebration and St. Through the Irish Press and "Because Copeland did not fense jested. closes practically tonight In every penses for new buildings, new de- usual fee for the unskilled laborer. day parade in Indian- News Service and late arrivals in nee osittradlct himself. He said Patrick's town and hamlet in the United partments, new and costly equip- The applicant next learned that $2 prosperous i. ithelectureT was the first to draw apolis. Mr. Finn was . athe iS&alo'r New? YorkL comes information '. that States, and with the closing of the ment, the university needs badly an or $3 extra would help him to get business man," being fleefofifreltlate'amejsilsipjyjng, CatholiqiHigrarehyHagjgpolten case for either side "it now noes to Increase-o,.t.nX-.-. ,,,.-'Cmemtoeror-,;thetFhBroth ajob without waiting, or in other f .about. onethird-,Ja-th- e "the" juryhexrTuesdayl'the "jury"be The most dramatic moment of the dertaking establishment and con- dally from Liverpool to Dublin and .Unitedly'On OnljTPnrcfr"1 May God bless woras it wouiu piace mm on mo annual collection. "trial came when he bared his body nected with various other business Belfast, bringing numerous supplies ing the people, their decision the and prosper all who will take to preferred list; then the price rose Religious Blatters. Uo show tho jury the wound In his enterprises final and only one that can be r e He of live stock, and farm products of Indianapolis. heart the needs of our chief Cath- to $10, and from that to $15, and ho received when fired on also was a large land owner. He from all parts "of Ireland. With the vibdomen del ed. Tho case to be decided Is olic Institution, of at the time the Investigations wero by Hall, so far the chief witness of was the not merely AVilson vs. Hughes, but which educational so justly proud. begun tho fee "expected" was genthird son of the late John approach of the harvest season we are now visas a J. the State. Ho testified that the people vs. the moneyed interMrs. Mary Mooney British Government inspectors inFinn for. a CHARGES ARE REFUTED ests, a victory for Wilson meaning A very little enlargement of their erally $15, $20 or $25 twenty-fiv- e job result of this and two other wounds Finn, was and approximately born and reared in In- ited every district, making an sup- FOOLISH by every diocese in paying 'ho was incapacitated for nearly four diana and is survived by four ventory of the food and fodder that the people will have a repre- contributions country encourage cents per hour. The employes paywould the months. In response to questionsentative at Washington for the greatly the administration of the ing these fees are almost altoof Albion, plies. An arbitrary price was fixed ing, Copeland said he went to con- brothers, Luke T.Finn, and William on all crops and live stock, from coining four years, while a victory university, speaking forNeb.; D. W., J. would benefit Imme- gether fer with Black and to protest Finn; two sisters, Mrs. William T. which decision there was no appeal. In this week's issue of Our Sun- for Hughes means that J. Plerpont eigners, those who profit from every against his delivering a second lec- Bpeak and Miss Winifred Finn; The military authorities fixed a day Visitor the editor, Rev. Father Morgan and his associates will con- diately Us to student, and would tho fees and usually English speakare enable undertake very soon ture in Marshall regarding the brother-in-laW. T. Speak; two scale of prices without regard to Noll, speaks out in no uncertain trol absolutely the destinies of this Important improvements that are ing or able to speak English, and He said nephews, J. Joseph Speak and Masor future words In refutation of charges and country for four years, and in that now sadly needed, Roman Catholic church. arylng local conditions and which would quite generally of a different raco ho would not have made tho trip ter Joseph Finn, all of Indianapolis, needs, and failure to sell at their misrepresentations of tho position time tho people will have no voice materially Increase tho capacity of from those who aro exploited. AlIf he thought trouble would result. and three nieces, of the Catholic clergy in tho Presi- in our Government, as Hughes and all our departments. Georgo figure results in confiscation. Mrs. The story appears to bo the same This would however, ho Wayne Rankin, of Louisvillo; Miss ready the country has been depleted dential campaign "Ho armed himself, now closing. the G. O. P. leaders will naturally place the Catholic University on tho In establishment after establishment (testified, because he had been Jeannette Speak and little Miss of its best blooded stock and there Father Noll says: have to obey the wishes of the very highest level In all that con- where special pains have not been warned that Black was "a bad Mary Finn, of Indianapolis. is a lamentable scarcity of pedigree DeThe religious issue is very much money barons who are now flood- stitutes a great modern school, per- taken to eliminate and to prevent man." exploitation. Tho evidence showed ceased was the nephew of John B. cattle and horses. With a surpris- to the front in this campaign, and ing the country with money to Copeland said he had been cash- Mooney, tho late Daniel J. Mooney ing lack of foresight the Govern- will probably lead many an Ignor- swing doubtful States. This group fectly equipped for all reasonable that the shrewder foreman, occupyown time. May df tho Marshall State Bank for and Michael J. Mooney, all of Louis- ment has practically destroyed tho ant person to vote against the best Is composed of tho men who are demands of our generous giver to ing a comparatively high position, ier bless every the last eleven years and that he ville, and cousin of the late Joseph work of many years, during which Interests of his community. We now making big money on war God holy work!" seldom receives the money directly years, Eakins, of New York; John Kenney, the Irish fanners and agricultural are publishing in this Issue some munitions, sold to the Allies, and this 'had been married nineteen from the applicant, but usually has perfecting the expressions of our country's biggest In the event of Hughes' election this d daughter and of Jeffersonville; "had a a number of men who act as Judge Charles societies have been HOLY NA3IE SMOKER. n. member of the Roman Cathwas may These Carroll, Attorney A. J. Carroll, standard of live stock. The cattle men both of the past and present Bdme group will see to it that this olic church and the Knights of Messrs. Fergus, John J., Robert, raising and horse breeding indusmay be which are severely condemnatory country will drop its neutrality and or The musicale and smoker given bo "straw bosses" are they proobey the wishes of England, there 'Columbus. He said there was a James and Edward Mooney, all of tries are almost extinct and no of this worst form of often of tho of St. workmen. They in&thollc convent in Marshall and Louisville. fact that by tho Holy Name Society Tuesday same race as those who aro to bo On tho part of tho politicians being no denial of the He frequently visited vision is made for future needs. Louis Bertrand's church that Ms daughter attended school Louisville, where he formed many The results of these measures can themselves who Inject religion Into Plerpont Morgan is King George's Tho applicant pays tho proved a exploited. at the convent. On the morning of warm friendships. After a brave not fail to be disastrous. Excluded the campaign there is no sincerity, representative In this country, and evening In Bertrand Hall the large money to the and he in most enjoyable nffair 'to February 3, he said, he went to the struggle fpr life, having traveled from the labor market, deprived of but their action wins the support the American flag means nothing to It to men present. Attor-en- y turn pays money the foreman. Somepasses through tho bank as usual and there heard quite extensively in search of the necessary means of subsistence, of the lawless element, of the op- the moneyed Interests, who toady to attendance of Harris delivered an times the W. Overton about a lecture delivered by Will- health, he entered into rest October there Is no alternative for many ponents of all religion, and of the J'jhn Bull. hands of two, three or even four Discussion of the Mexican situa- address on his experience during persons before it reaches the foreiam Black the night before. John 26 in Indianapolis. Irishmen but to Join the British many people with whom dread of With Rome has become a second nature. tion, the European war, the tariff the recept naval cruise of the civ- man. In some cases the B. Teese, who worked in the bank, army or face starvation. headquarters at the front calling Far from being in politics, .the and every other issue Introduced in ilians. Mr. Harris was assigned to retains a small part of the money fktild him and showed him Black's TRINITY COUNCIL. Louisiana for circular. for more men and conscription for Catholic church Is scrupulously this campaign has been swept aside the battleship gave his hparers three collected. The it seems, a dequestion. Work- weeks and he "Teese-- told me that Black, in this A. J. Chappelle, Chairman of the Irishmen advocated by all the lead- careful to remain out of the same. by the eight-hotailed and descriptive account of all performspay, for service practically two reasons: First, 'his speech, denounced priests and Knights of Columbus Educational ing English statesmen, the question This Is true oven of Catholic socie- ing men and working women realize that transpired during that time. without of Wilson to stand in with nuns and declared the confessional Committee, was present at the to be decided is whether will tho ties and organizations. The writer that tho tnls enables His talk was exceedingly interesting his foreman, him said meeting of Trinity Council, Y. M. British Government attempt to en- knows of a desire on tho part of means the further progress of the secure Infamous and iniquitous," and his audience listened with rapt more desirable and thus to be re by many Catholic editors to, talk more eight-hou-r movement, and they to 'Copeland. work Teese said that Black I last. Monday evening and invited force conscription in Ireland attention through his entire ad tained during periods or of depresi stated In the lecture that he had the members to take advantage of acute economic pressure or by re- on the Mexican situation, but fail know that the introduction of other dress, and at the close tho thanks second, it enables him to sion; encounters with Catholics, the educational classes now being sorting to armed force. In either to do so lest it appear to have a matters by the Republican leaders of the society was extended to i several him secure and political significance; he knows of Is intended to cloud the issue. The through Rev. work for his friends and carried 'seven bullets and one stab conducted nightly at the K. of C. event lies potential revolution. G. Lyons, countrymen, Father R. are a unit some Catholic societies which had attack on the railroad men for their gives him a and The Irish people wound he had received from Cath- home. President B. J. Sandmann the chaplain. Preceding Mr. Har- certain standing this his circle of in olics, was always on tho outlook reports that the membership cam- against conscription. In this the Intended to launch some civic move backing of the Adamson eight-hou-r vocal solo was ren'for trouble and went always pre- paign of Trinity is booming nicely Orangeman of the North is. in ac- ment, but are postponing the same bill was and is an attack on the ris address a Nellie Conkllng, and acquaintances. On the whole the dered by Miss pared." and a big increase is expected. A cord with the Catholic of the South, until after election for the same whole working people, the trusts following the address a medley of Investigation seemed to show that Several Bishops have of and corporations fighting tho eight- - Irish dances was given by Martin there are reasons to believe that .Copeland said he discussed the musicale will be given Monday un- At public meetings as well as at reason." day, which they realize will local and county more or less grafting in the form lecture with several persons that der the auspices of the Literary the meetings of the against conscrip- late publicly reprimanded Catholic hour certainty by accompanied in the event of Demo- Sheehan, on an accordion, Michael of Job selling by foremen, in colpoliticians, who In advocating some be a day. Ho considered It "a direct at- Club, admission being free to mem- boards resolutions Sheehan this feat- lecting money from workmen for tack on my home." Among those bers, their families and friends, the tion are being passed. There is no political measures left the impres- cratic success, not only for tho rail- ure being much enjoyed. Patrick ho talked with were George Ryan, programme being arranged by Prof. mistaking that the entire country sion that they were doing- it as road men, who are the targets for Burke portrayed some lively jig retaining them during slack times, Republican speakers now, im. attorney, and John Rogers, a Leo. A. Schmltt. The annual big is opposed to compulsory military Catholics. Eastern papers recently the for the working peoplojust every steps, accompanying Mr. Sheehan. for assigning them to more deof sirable jobs, or for Increasing their contractor. That evening, he said, tall euchre of the council will be service. Even the Tory M. P.'s for accused the Catholic clergy of In- but As stated above, the war, Mike Welsh made his usual big hit wages, and in conducting raffles for ho went by appointment to meet given next Thursday afternoon and the North of Ireland are afraid to diana of working openly in behalf class. with singing of Irish ballads and the benefit of tho foreman, is car'Ryan and Rogers and the three evening in tho club house and Sec- come out openly in favor of con-is of one candidate. There Is not no-a tariff and all other issues should Sergeant Tom FItzgibbons, one of be swept aside by tho. workers and ried on to a greater or less extent grain of truth in the charge; Sir Edward Carson retary Al Landes reports a banner scription. went to the hotel to see Black. Name members, in body would be In better position 'to on next Tuesday tho trusts and cap- the new Holy of list of prizes. Games will be called alone among his colleagues "Were you armed?" brought down tho house with his In mostwhere the large industrial plants Immigrants aro emfavoring the extension of the mili- know if this were true than the italists should bo forced to bow to "Yes," replied tho witness. "I at 2:30 and 8;15. song. ployed. tary service act to Ireland, but he editor of this paper, which Is pub- the wishes of the majority. A de- rendition of an Irish popular Colt, which was had a Tho report states that in some of Is not an Ulster man nor does he lished In Indiana. feat of Wilson can not be construed RETIRES ON PENSION. offered in evidence. I did not deem LOOK AFTER POOR. represent an Ulster constituency. Only last week the editor was in any other way than a reflection the six plants mentioned very drassafe to go without it. I had it Since tho aim of tho St. Vincent tic measures have been taken to There is one thing that is recog- present at a gathering of 125 on the intelligence of the working Last week a number of old embeen warned that these were bad de Paul Society Is to look after punish those foremen who have And I remembered that in ployes who had given years of faith nized by Cathqlic and Protestant, priests from different States, and people. men. by when Bomo one, out of a the has been a studied to the Louisville & by Home 'bis lecture the night before Black ful service Railroad Company were Separatist Ruler and Tory and and curiosity, innocently suggested little in Thoro campaign to class theattempt aid wants of the poor and render violatedfortheir trust and to devise this preventing grafting. In voters wherever possible, everybody plans and Orangemen, that Nashville had said ho was prepared," retired on pension. Among these that is that if conscription is at- a straw vote be taken among them, In blocks, designating them as the should endeavor to be an auxiliary the majority of plants it Is believed "Was Ttogers armed?" vote, tho member, if not an active member. that the practice has been broken -was Daniel J. Duane, who entered tempted In Ireland It will take a it was quickly turned down, beNo." vote, the Catholic vote, The sudden and severe changes ex up, "but almost a complete reorthe office of tho Comptroller in large army to enforce it, and that cause it savored of tho "church in "Was "Ryan armed?" blood will flow aB freely over Ire politics." An effort on the part of etc., the latest offender being the perienced already In the season ganization of some departments in 1879, became assistant "I couldn't say about that." correspondent, who gives assurance that we are to have Borne plants will be necessary beIn 1880, and an auditor of dis land as on the battlefields of Eur German Protestant ministers to en- Courier-Journ"Mr. Copeland," said Mr. of German spoke of the Catholic vote in New a long and hard winter. If one fore the public can feel assured list the suddenly, "who killed Black?" bursements in 1885. Though well ope. GovSo far the Catholic priests to defeat one of York. Just like the labor vote, the can not render aid In one way ho that this graft will be permanently ' don't 'know," answered ipe along in years Mr. Duane is still ernment have Intentions of tho not been revealed, the Presidential nominees has been above votes are myths and the may In another. Not even' one uisconunueu. ine pudiic lias a active and an earnest worker In witnGM) "DId'-yoCatholic church and charity work. but well informed persons say that futile. Everywhere our enemies would-b- e leaders who profess to de- may be able to open hrs purse' and vital Interest in this matter, for shoot Black?" political field, liver the above votes In bulk, should drop a coin for the causo; but there future citizens are receiving In Irish are the ones In the A legion of friends hope he will tho probability Is that the "No, sir1." It Is an insult to may be an old garment in the thoso plants their first lessons la long- enjoy his pension and rest difficulty will not be aggravated by yet the accused are the Innocent be squelched, "'Did youvJhoot at Black?" military ones. the average cloest at home, a bed or mattress ;raft, and moral standards are bethe addition of enforced from labor. ' '"No sir." are or Catholic to see In upstairs In the attic that would ing established for tho community Says Cardinal Gibbons: Bervlce. While or"Copeland said Tie did not clamoring for conscription thoughtn "I am not In politics and I never tho dally press how his vote and help out greatly In a FATHER BRADY'S ESTATE. dinarily go armea. home. Ask some of your PEWEE VALLEY. ful men are advising caution, and have authorized any one to quote the vote of his fellows are supposed ."What had all yau men agreed O'Donaghue, this advice is not tendered for the me as favoring either candidate for to be delivered. The surest way to friends to unite with you In helpRjght on before you went to see Black?" Bishop ofRev. Denis has qualified sake of Ireland, but for the best the Presidency. Every Catholic quelch tho above would be to give ing the St. Vincent de Paul Society. His parishioners and the people Louisville, the witness was asked on voter has an inherent right to vote Wilson a decisive majority in tho Our Lord promises that even a glass of Pewee Valley were dellehted as administrator of the estate, of Interests of the British empire. According to a late treasury re- according to his own individual con- coming election. Recently a well of cold water given In his name when Father Edward Boea re Father Hugh Brady. "To use any reasonable argument the late Rev. property Appraisement turn the taxation of Ireland has science, and I am sure that the known Catholic clergyman and one shall not go unrewarded. If you turned to their midst last Sunday, necessary, tell him he eould The personal and. it of the of the brightest men in this State can do nothing more, at least say following an illness that lasted sevany. is about $30,000, but several pieces nearly doubled in Ave years. The Roman Catholic hierarchy and outrage u not slander his of real estate were left for later revenue derived from Ireland was United States would never interfere told the writer that it was disgust- a good word for the St. Vincent de eral weeks and ooeasioned i.worelM ing to see the Catholic vote desig Paul Society. In 19100 911, $49,665,000, and the with that right." friends much uneasiness. J in his charge to appraisement. .jfttftge "Brts .... PRICE FIVE CENTS. NOT GUILTY V EXPLOITED German-America- n, Irish-Americ- an Anti-Cathol- ic . m -- ih bbbbV . $?& - j n ?StfQ ?- - - &? .''' TyMBBlBbMc WWJrStf-- 4 .bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV bbbbbUbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH al joy-kille- rs gloom-write- rs y, 1915-T91- 6, IRELAND CAMPAIGN gun-tm&- MISLEADING pos-iln- ex-nu- n. m eraA-Su- ri- non-Engli- sh twelve-year-ol- ur - Irish-Americ- an German-Americ- an book-keep- er Roy-slo- n. al u - German-America- n, ultra-loyallst- B Irish-Americ- an poverty-stricke- n. jkbodtjoicie- xjxmxx .fenajRxoAJEf: MHWlriMMHWM KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED KVKRY SATURDAY, NATHAN KAHN VOTE FOR ,kr4t MiKtMl UruHtmtmMi ti Utk Aejerkm Md CsfktMo Aacltat Ordar e HHwwrfaaa, Ymmc Mta'i ItmfrtU tad CatfcoHc KalghU o Alette. KWNTUOKY IWIH AMEHIOAN PHINTINQ OQ IotitM rufclte te h Stiii OMcfaHr iBleweo. by WILSON. MARSHALL WBSCRIPTION PRICK, ONI DOLLAR PBR YGAR BUrt,4 it mi LifjmPfife SINOLH COPY fUtUr. )-2l aa.cu if IMtMil CobbimUiHom to Ik KENTUCKY HMSH AM6MCAN, Wm( CktM St. WADES tIm?) COUNdfcfr LOUISVILLE, KY SHOULD HE CUR11EI). SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1916 plead for us nil. But particularly are tho hearts of Catholic mothers turned that Mary may give them sustennnco amidst their trials, and more, may protect tho offspring and mould them that they In turn may know tho way and tho right. Thus It is, thus it shall be, till the summons comes and wo Join that Illimitable union where motherhood ,3 crownC(1 by God's everlasting r. B jlBA Tho stress of war 1ms compelled Governments In Europe to control the prices of tho necessaries of life. Indirectly tho war may compel some such action on tho part of our Wo aro exporting own Government. to the belligerent nafoodstuffs tions, while tho "high cost of living" at homo becomes dally more Demands for an em- love. alarming. bargo on exports aro becoming more popular as prices soar. An FAm WORDS; FOUL WEEDS. 'xuf embargo Is probably too severe a Astiulth might have gone down measure, but some means should speculation In In Irish history as the Englishman Popular Democratic Candidate For Prosecuting- Attorney of Police bo found to curb who ended the "seven centuries of Court Who Adds Strength to the Ticket. foodstuffs. hate." As it is, says tho Buffalo Express, he Is more likely to bo WILSON POLICY. COMING EVENTS. tained at her homo in New Albany Castle- classed with tho Bloody in celebration of tho third anni"Tho praises of this policy are reagh. Tho Government of Great November 9 Euchro and lotto versary of the Sarto Literary Club. not written in the ruins of Ameri- Britain gives Its Irish allies fair by Trinity Council, Y. M. I., In Mrs. Maurice Boland, of St. Louis, Mrs. can homes, not in tho wreck of words but foul deeds. It does not club house, afternoon and evening. and honor Edward J. Hackett were guests. the November Euchre, lotto and American industries, not in the want to break with them yet, families; though it Is now depending on box supper by Okolona Social Club mourning of American VISITING OLD FRIENDS. in Oakland Hall, Preston-stree- t they are found in tho myriad evi- Unionist votes for its Parliamentary road. Daniel McCarthy and Jerry and plenty majorities. Mr. Asqulth recently dences of prosperity 4 November Fall festival of Walsh, two well known makes this a contented land. stated that no man in the empire St. James parish in school hall, residents of this city, but forformer that many years connected with tho GovernFrom every whirling spindle in had dono more for recruiting than Edenslde avenue. November 14 Euchre and lotto ment printing office at Washington, America, from every factory wheel the Nationalist leader, John RedIn Boniface o blandly ad- MissSt.Jennie Giles. Hall, benefit of are here for a ten days' visit to that turns, from every growing mond. relatives and old friends. Both exprayer of mitted that a great mistake had thing that breathes its November 16 Anniversary of St. press surprise and gratification at plenty to tho skies, from every been made at the beginning of the Elizabeth's Auxiliary, Knights of he progress Louisville has made, quiet school, from every crowded war in offending Irish susceptibili- St. John, at St. Peter's Hall, Seven- saying that everywhere they go they see evidences of improvement mart, from every peaceful homo ties and dampening Irish en- teenth and Garland. Both November 29. Thanksgiving so- and Increase in population. goes up a song of praise, a paean thusiasm. Nevertheless the House cial by Young Ladles' Sodality of aro Democrats and a nation's of Commons adopted a Unionist St. Ann's church, afternoon and Wilson and Shorley, will vote for of thanksgiving to hymn tribute to the statesmanship that resolution declaring that the time evening. CHAPLAIN AT ST. JOSEPH'S. 7 El Nomo MinNovember has brought these things to pass." was Inopportune to discuss internal strels In Dixie Land, St. Leo's Hall, were uttered by problems. Tho hypocrites! They These words Rev. Andrew C. Zoeller, for many discuss Highland Park, for benefit of new years pastor at Raywick, has been to Martin Glynn, of New York, have not refused by malingering in Wales or slacking school. Inlast June, and are borne out November 28 Euchre and lotto named chaplain of St. Joseph's Germany knows as of St. Louis Bertrand's Church Debt firmary, succeeding the late Father every occurrence during the time In Scotland. Hugh It is said Father much about Internal conditions in Association, afternoon and evening. Zoeller Brady. that has intervened. Entertain- start a will build a new church and December England knows. A naIreland as new congregation on tho tion of loyal men is to be punished ment, "Jollies of 1916," auspices of Cane Run road beyond the State DEFEATED IN AUSTRALIA. local Elks for Christmas charities. Pair grounds, about two miles from for the acts of a few car The predictions made to the Irish which were aided and abetted by 2CSaC883aa8SX3S3a3XKKg8Q the end of the Walnut-streOrJE3rE line. The congregation has pracPress and News Service that the the negligence and Incompetency of tically been established, for the defeat the Government itself. Martial law Australian States would foundation for the rectory is laid, England's plan for universal con- must remain in force. Tho Governand the church will be built as soon as possible. scription have been verified by the ment will not release tho Dublin result of the referendum. While in rioters, whom it is afraid to try. Miss Ellen Brown has returned INTERESTING PROGRAMME. Hughes In the circumstances Djiblin recently Premier it may well from a visit to James II. Brown and would blaze be questioned if the conditional family at Owensboro. stated that Australia The musical and literary club of Holy Rosary Academy gave an Inthe way for Ireland In enforcing promise to give Ireland home rule Miss Josephine Burkley has been teresting and instructive programme army service on all available men. after tho war will prove to bo anyvisiting at Bardstown, the guest of last Thursday afternoon, the selecUpon his return to Australia the thing more than a scrap of paper. Miss Cecilia Mattlngly. tions being from Whittier and Irish labor leaders and societies and Haydn. Those who took part were Mr. and Mrs. John Gorman, of Misses Marie Pfelffer, Mary Victor press openly began severe attacks Any society which assails and Cathon Hughes, with tho result that con- defames one branch of tho Christian South Louisville, are home from a Collins, Margaret Wagner, erine Menne, Ethel Greeley, Mary scription has been defeated by some church, or any branch of the Chris- sojourn at Martinsville. Lloyd Tracewell, Margaret Gott and SWAOAR SHERLEY, 100,000 votes out of a total of tian church, is against the spirit of Miss Mary Virginia Campbell re- Henrietta Collins. At the close n Democratic Nominee for Congress. 1,400,000 cast. The execution of our laws, against public policy, and turned Wednesday from Lexington, Very Rev. Father Crowley, O. P., CLAY HALL, where she visited Miss Martha In language simple and eloquent NATHAN KAHN, WILLIAM A. PERRY, the Irish rebel prisoners had a dis- also against public decency. Democratic Nominee for Clerk of delivered a beautiful address to the Democratic Nominee for Prosecuting Democratic Nominee for State astrous effect on Australian Irisha ator Thirty-eight- h Police Court. club. District. Police Court. Now Is the tlmo to remember the and labor sentiment and undoubtMr. and Mrs. David Welsh have B. C. BECKMANN, J. H. JOHNSON, edly held the balance of power In souls in purgatory. Have your had Mrs. Emma Newman, of FrankTOKEN FROM LABOR. Democratic Nominee for Councilman Democratic Nominee for Councilman the election. As the population of pastor or some poor missionary say fort,' as their guest for the past Second Ward. First Ward. week. Edward J. McDermott, Hon. Australia is only about the same as a mass for- them. KenLieutenant Governor of (4,300,000), tho treIreland Miss Irene Hennessy, of 958 Sixth tucky, who was tho orator at the Women usually think they mean street, entertained with a Halloween Labor day celebration of the United SOCIETY DIRECTORY vote of 1,400,000 men mendous lunch Tuesday evening, followed by Trades and Labor Assembly at and women shows tho Intense In- what they say, but they don't. a dance. Phoenix Hill Park, has been preterest aroused In tho campaign. Tho sented with a beautiful silver coffee OMAHA'S BISHOP. result is bound to act as a deterrent Neal Mesdames James service set by that body as a mark and A. O. H. Mullaney and Miss In on the conscription agitators Blandford Right Rev. Monsignor Colaneri, went to Bardstown Helen attend the of appreciation of his speech on to mat occasion. DIVISION 1. Ireland, where tho Australian ref- acting administrator of the Omaha The gut has enof Frank Coomes. graved on it the following: erendum was being watched with diocese, late last week received a funeral Meets Fourth Thursday, Llederkranz INCORPORATED "To thee and thine, Hall, Sixth and Walnut. y tho deepest anxiety. Australia has cablegram from Archbishop Harty The friends of Mrs. Susan In tide and time, Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. We of 1034 Sixth .street, will furnished three times as many sol- announcing that he will arrive at President Mark Ryan. Health and wealth, on December Vancouver, that Vice President W. L. Cushlng. Forever." diers as Ireland, but recruiting has and asking B. C, arrangements 16, be sorry to learn past she has been that for seriously ill this week. The presentation was made by , Recording Secretary Daniel Mcfallen off heavily in New South the installation be changed accordGeorge Burton and William Kelly. Carthy. Wales, Victoria, Queensland and ingly. In Omaha it is ndw pre Miss Norlne Riley entertained Secretary Financial Edward ceremony her tango club with a Halloween South Australia. If Premier Hughes sumed the installation Clancy. FIFTY GOLDEN YEARS. will take place about Christmas, party Tuesday evening at her home had won on that lssuo in Australia Treasurer Thomas Keonan. on West St. Catherine street. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Fifty years of happily wedded James English. the conscription advocates intended REFRESHING. life was quietly but religiously cele Sentinel Tim Lyons. to force the same Issue in Canada, Miss Mary Shlnnlck, of Cincin- brated Mrs. Reports from the Mexican bor- nati, spent the past week as the Frank Sunday by Mr. and home, where recruiting is ebbing. Alleler, St., their DIVISION 8. der, and particularly from tho guest of her brother, Ed D. Shln- 1700 Speed avenue. at The worthy Twenty-thir- d Regiment, of Brook- nlck, and family at Shelbyvllle. First and third Friday, Hibernian MOTHERHOOD. couple, their children, grandchil0 Home, lyn, are interesting, as Portland. If the Catholic church never did tho Tablet. The Rev. we read In dren and many relatives and friends Every man buying his Winter Outtit at Bacon's Parks Mrs. Thomas M. Barry was given attended President Lawrence J. Mackey. St. Francis of Assisl another thing save to exalt womana Congregational minister, is a surprise party by friends Sunday church, Vice President John J- - Riley. will save $3 to $6. You'll wondet how under the sun the worthy hood, that would be enough to the regimental chaplain, and tho evening at her home In Beechmont, renewed where marriage vows couplo Financial John at the Broderfck, 1856Secretary avenue. J. their such exceptionally good clothes can be sold for so crown lier with esteem beyond all Catholic soldiers tell us that he the occasion being her birthday. Portland Jubilee high mass celebrated by goes around personally Recording Secretary Matthew the kingdoms of earth! The first them, saying: "If you arc a among Rev. Father Rothheut. the pastor. little. But Bacon's planned ahead bought in quan-titie- s CathMisses Katherlne and Rose recognition ever given woman was olic go to mass, at least read the Rellly spent last weekColl Blooming- - The elaborate colebratlon that was O'Brien. in Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. else these very clothes would be priced today from and by the church. Slavery prayers at mass out of your prayer-boo- k, ton, vlsulng ;4MIss .Mracella Coll, .of to follow at the homo was omitted Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. and If you haven't one, at Jeffersonvllle, who is attending the because of the death of Mr. All- was banned and woman ordained at $12.50 and $18.00. Sentinel Thomas Nooh. geler's brother, only members of least say a free personality, and still further that this your beads." No wonder State University, the family and immediate relatives broadminded minister is DIVISION 4. gathoring to extend congratulations. honored 'by tho bonds of marriage. well liked by his soldier boys. His Misses Cecilia and Jennie SulliMeets Second and Fourth Mondays, example Is indeed refreshing. With tho Catholic church matrivan, of Rockport, Ind were here MORE RUN DOWN. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street last week, en route home from mony is a sacrament, a bond sacred Fine weave Worsteds and Serges; new Scotches and APPEAL FOR LINENS. President John H. Hennessy. Frankfort, where they spent several as life Itself and lasting while life Three more persons were run Cheviots; new browns, new grays, new blues; plain Vice President Thomas Lynch. weeks visiting relatives. down by automobiles on Tuesday, holds both' parties on this earth. Their splendid Interest In the Financial Secretary Thomas J. mate ials and mixtures; lot of Belted Back Suits for No conferences are called in the cause of the poor missions of the Misses Mary Virginia Campbell receiving injuries that were pro- Langan. nounced T. Delaney, young men and conservative cuts for older men. Recording Secretary James J. Catholic church to temporize or country led the Sisters of the Good and Helen Miller, two of the fall aged sixty, serious. J. at Fifteenth was struck Shepherd in a little Kentucky town brides, will be guests of honor at a McTlghe. palliate the marriage bond; no to write tho following letter to the and Oak and after being attended Treasurer Pat Connelly. luncheon at man dare assail that contract. Aye, Catholic Church Extension Society: November 8 the Pendennis Club on by Dr. Frey was removed to his Sentinel M. J. McDermott. by Mrs. Samuel home given at 1204 South Fifteenth Sergeant-at-Arm- s more, "If we only had some linen we H. Moon. Edward Byrne, the Catholic church has street. The second victim was From Plain Blacks, Oxford and Chesterfields for drawn around the marriage vow the have a number of children who Maggie y.mTi. some lace, would Misses Irene Binford, Elmlra Mrs. down by anuorrldon, who was blessing of God, and thereby all the cloths, gladly make and finger altar business men, to Belted and Fitted Coats for young automobile and left purificators tow Johnson, Louise Butterneld, Cath- run more acceptlbla and Godlike Is tho els, especially now that Christmas erine Tapp and Anna' Sohn, all of lying in the street at Story and men. Coats for dress, for business, for motor wear MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Johnson, union when, surrounding tho hus- will soon bo here, as a gift to the this city, were the guests ,od Sun- tinuing onthe big touring car con Meets Monday Evenings at Club you're sure to find the coat you like. its way. Mrs. Corridon band and wife, circle tho superior Child Jesus. No doubt there aro day of Dr. and Mrs. C. Jones- at was Injured about the head and House, 344 North Twenty-sixtmany persons who would glad Charlestown, Ind, President S. O. Hubbucb. Hand-Tailor- ed evidence of love and chastity those to donate tho material who bo neck and had to be carried to her have no M. F. First Vice President whom the Master tlmo .or inclination to do the work. Walter Lincoln, aged fourlittle children, of Mrs. Edward Wentzell and Mrs. home. was badly bruised when hit by Schaad. said, "Suffer them to come unto Should you Tje able to Jnduco some George SchUltz were honor guests teen, Second Vice President R. L. one to send the material real soon last week when Mrs. John Parsons, an auto on Third street near Guthme, for of such is tho kingdom of rie. These accidents will continue Scheckler. we would try to have twelve ultar of New Albany, entertained in heaven." Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. cloths, three dozen purlflcators and honor of her sister, Mrs. Alexander and may Increase unless steps are G. Recording Secretary W. taken to enforce the traffic While the word mother 13 always three dozen finger towels ready for Gordon, of New York. Buckle. ordinances. to Catholics, this month it Is Christmas; also some lace on some sacred Treasurer G. J. Thornton. Dr. William Brown Doherty, after especially bo; this month we honor of the altar covers." Tho Catholic Marshal Theo. Buckle. JEFFERSONVTLLE., Church Extension Society, 750 spending hid vacation with his OMe , Mary Seldenc Immaculate, the Virgin Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. building, Chicago, would father. Dr. William B, Doherty, 9808 Sarlmd Ave. Under the auspices of Jeffersonseen Sarlaad Ave. H. Pfeleer, Queen; the Mother of God, our be grateful for any donations of Saturday fp(r New York City, to left vllle Council, Knights of Colimbua, Outside Renttnel 478-Cutnb. Fhone, South Homo Phone, Shaw. lils duties as house surgeon at the Rev. Father Cahlll, O. P., refuse under all circumstances, the linen or crocheting thread. If you Company have no pieces of Mnen or thread the New York Eye and Ear In- opened a retreat In St. AuguKlne's o'clock and evening services were Chimney Handmaid of the Lord, the Morning on nand your itftle ralta, church on Wednesday morning for held at 7:30 o'clock. The retreat, Star, tb Gate of Heaven, to whom purchase or. aaroa win betoward the firmary. .Overhaafiiig and repairing team er kot air f Hrnaoes it apeetnUT'. gratefully the men of that city. Mass was which has been well attended, will all Catholic hearts ara, turned, to received by the Extension Society. Prompt service to all parts o! tLe oily. Mrs. William J, Receuver enter- - celebrated each morning at 5 ond tomorrow. t iK, D 13-1Lloyd-Georg- lf Vf 2G-2- ex-Go- v. hot-head- s, q,,Q SOCIETY. et AJXT Straight Democratic Ticket. Sen-Attorn- ey - J AC0N8 Mul-lane- 1818-182- Suits and Overcoats $9.50 AND $12.50 SUITS Cad-ma- n, OVERCOATS - I h. Other Exceptionally Fine Sails and Overcoats Priced at $14.50, $16.50 and 19.50 Ij re-su- I7-A- -. Shawnee Cleaning (3 ' &uajwxj&tirK' xraisnK RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc 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 LOUISVUJLiB BY AMERICAN ELEVATOR & iWBOini 'TJTT i -- jvjejkiouu4 '1 T iinBWTi'illirif IsWITBYClilOMrril ,2HaM..K8&iv M iWimmMiir rjsr.pi!CaAiax-efut!xmV & - TRY A LOAD OF SbBssk Wallins Creek Lump Coal FOR HOME USES. High in Heat. Low in Ash. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED GO. Dl8tillora,Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 028 W. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE LonlsrUle, Ky. S6ANL0N COAL 60MPflNy INCORPORATED. MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. Dome City 40C Cumb. Mnin 415 Corns, Bnniona and Collovcts Rtrooitd 'Mitlxut Pniii ingrown nuu Aunarmil xrentccl. THOS. J. BRODERI0K OHIilCH ENGRAVING COMl'ANl PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGF ARTISTS, ENGRAVERB ELECTROTYPERB Home Phone City 4392-- J Louisville, Ky W. Mala St., 1000 Zano Street Home Phone City 6674 K W mF COMIC OPERA. FW TTfifi 7 Phones 1120 T Jfc rU'A'aigQQ.7 StarliH lluihlin Cumb. South t)(I0-- Y - "SOUTHERN STAR" "AM Ready for Your Griddle in the FOR Moniinjj" Room SLICED BACON SEE POOLEY MONEY CONFIDENTIAL HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY Courier-Journ- al , 6WJ fffliMsass 2S ELECTION RETURNS. Local Council 390, Kriights of Columbus, will receive election returns for the benefit of the members and their friends at the club house, 816 South Fourth avenue, next Tuesday evening. A special wire from tho Western Union Tele graph Company will be run into the club house and returns gathered from every section of tho country. INTO THE NAVY. ! (mmy "Both V. Uom. City 3101 INSTRUMENTS STERILIZID ' ST. CECILIA'S NEW AND COMMODIOUS PAROCHIAL SCHOOL; Building 21- -. 1, 415 Fourth Street Residence DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. INCORPORATED. Wines and Liquors Home Phone Ciiy WM. SHEET 6771 On Sunday evening, November 19, the St. Martin's Sodality Club will present the comic opera, "H. D. D. S. Louis A. M. S. Pinafore," In their hall at JOS. DALY Shelby and Gray streets, under the direction of Prof. Dentlnger. "Pina-foro- " CONTRACTING PAINTER is considered one of the best 430 W, Market St 20 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. pieces of work of Gilbert and Sullifeme Phone 2556 van and has been played on numerous occasions in Louisville. PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Some CO. JOHN B. O'LEARY & of the best talent in the East incorporated, n cltlzeub End will take part In this opera. was organized by Headquarters for 10 mane The rolo of Little Buttercup will CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. be assumed by Miss Loralno Pracht, LOANS See us about anything in real on furniture and other personal prop- while Herman Holzknecht will play erty at the Captain. estate. We sell, buy and rent. LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bldg., W. JEFFERSON ST. 504 UNDERGOES OPERATION. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Home Phone City 4464. Both Phones, 2885. Joseph H. Lally, chief record LOUISVILLE WINE & LIQUOR CO. clerk in the ofllce of tho traffic manager of the Louisville & Nash739 East Broadway ville Railroad Company, was taken WINES AND WHISKIES to EIOHTH AND OAK Joseph's St. Infirmary on By bottle or gallon for family use. Wednesday, preparatory to an operation the following day for inBoth Phones ESTABLISHED 1803 Phone, Peweo Valley Phone, City 3180. Broring, SUITS AND Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal Office and Yards OVERCOATS Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue a well-know- DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHO-aT oe$9$e NONE BETTER S. L. HYMSON testinal trouble. His friends are Prompt Delivery Everywhere hopeful for his recovery, though Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention when this was written the result of the operation was not known. Home Phone Shawnee GOSS 803 ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR ROOFING, HENRY LOTTO AND EUCHRE. Next Monday night tho ladles of the congregation will give another of their enjoyable lotto and euchre parties in St. Charles Borromeo h Hall, and Chestnut. Games will be called at 8:15 and nice awards will be distributed. Twenty-sevent- METAL 4105 Henry Street Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-- L. OUTTEBINO, SPOUTING Tin Roofs Repaired ana Fainted ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTT 2011 "West Broadway, Louisville, Ky. and regular sack styles for men, young men and youths. In these you're assured of the best fall suit of overcoat that $15 can buy. vanced greatest values that enn liuj and tho clothes themsches bear out tho claim In both looks and wear. Nowhere In the country is thero a better lino of $15 suits and overcoats, for no other house in tho country has taken such pains to produce better clothes at this price. The large collection of styles for clothes shows every taste conservative, and adTho $15 models, plnch-bac- ks ary examination at the recruiting ' station here. MT. STERLING. Edward Andrew Whalen, seven teen years old, son of Edward Whalen, 1965 Payne street, left Monday for Cincinnati to undergo final examination before enlisting In tho United States navy. He wlfl become an apprentice seaman. Whalen was accepted on prelimin- f F. F. X. L. BEER I NONE PURER Ralph L. Barnard and Miss Mary Gertrude Guilfoyle, both of Mt. Sterling, were married thero on Monday by the Rev. Father Edward Rohrer. The groom is a son of Charles: Barnard, a mprr.hnnl. and his bride is a daughter of Mrs. 9 Mary uuuioyie. MAIIYKNOLL. The Catholic Foreign Mission Society at Maryknoll, Opsinlng, has drawn to its apostolic school In Clark's Green, Pa., a well known Canadian priest, Rev. Patrick "W. Browne, of Harbor Grace diocese, Newfoundland. For the past three years Father Browne has been Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. t IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE IGRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. RAYWICK. Rev. Raymond Payne, S. T. L., who was ordained by Bishop O'Don-aghu- e nearly two years ago and has since been taking a course at tho Catholic University post-gradua- te LEVY'S Third and Market. LAllOR HEAD SPEAKS. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. i Funeral t Director and Embalmerl f at Washington, has been appointed pastor of St. Francis Xavler church at Raywick, succeeding Father Andrew Zoeller. Father Payne's home is In Daviess county. teaching In Ottawa University, which he left to offer his services to Maryknoll for tho present scholastic year, and possibly for a longer PHONE CITY 859. period. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE, KY, BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. DOUGHERTY Z & McELLIOH Dandurand celebrated the seventy-fift- h anniversary of his ordination as a priest. He Is past ninety-eigyears of age and is the oldest priest in North America. He was a missionary in the Northwest Territory In the early days and Is still active as assistant at the Cathedral of St. ht O'NEILL ROGEIIS. Samuel Gompers, President of Mr. and . Mrs. Owen O'Neill, of the American Federation of Labor, pddressed the School of Economics Lexington, have announced the enOLDEST PRIEST. gagement of their attractive and acat Notre Daino last week. complished daughter, Miss At St. Boniface, Manitoba, on CathMonday of last week Rev. Demase erine Cecilia O'Neill, and James BISHOP LILLIS. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager and if you have 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Boniface. IRISH RELIEF BAZAR. Ac Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH 3EHOrBJS. X Curab. Main 290S-- a Homo City 2098 AVfcM.AA.A.AlAAAVtA-fcVtV'VVUUAUU MflXUSiMi OS UUAlMilMJL.A.ZJ A1A.JLN HiffJ..y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. HWWVWWVWWWWWWWtWWWWWMWVWHWWWM fi cessful Irish charity ever 'organized In any city In this country. The Holland submarine, invented by John P. Holland, the Irish revolutionist, the first submarine Invented, has been turned over to the Manhattan College for exhibition. LARGEST AMEIUOAX GARKISOX. The largest garrison in the American army i3 located on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. There a little less than 6,000 sturdy soldier boys in khaki are encamped for tho protection of tho archipelago and the Pacific coast. About 4,000 soldiers are quartered in various other positions on the same island. The spiritual interests of the Catholic boys are attended to by two chaD- Jalns, Father Jereniiah A. Leuehan, bf the diocese of Wichita, and Father Ignatius Feely, of tho arch- uiocese of Baltimore. SHOWS RIGHT SPIRIT. benefit of the families of the Irish rebel prisoners, held at Madison Square Garden, New York City, the receipts totaled over $75,000. The bazar proved to be the most suc the circus and fair for the 822 East Main. &&&. 'i V Slj Homo Phone Shawnee 484 RATTERMAN Chapel Free SCANNELL 3101 WEST BROADWAY 2 INCORPORATHD. Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers tfee ts ratfORS. 'A Uta to You NreM Phone THE BEST. 51. S1.B0. 52 ...... ... ... .,.., T..., x HATS AT Oar Special $3.00 Spray Oar Special $5.80 Wreath The largest values la Funeral Flowers ever offered ia Loulivlile Per prompt delivery call ?23 both phouei. Mil W M vi nonot shop i wUJ n ea AH. tin late ind awStrJuattdShati M fauart n at r,oable rke ii' (v ' PJowen telgfaRbd everywhere, here ire ymprepare aa 4mMmi that Him e V. 1W W. H,B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. TiiiBlliMt The New York American shows the right spirit in this editorial boter "Any man who is too to aDnrovo of a firm rpnlRtjinon n German aggressions upon the rights of Americans op the high seas Is not a good American. Any man wno is too to approve of a firm resistance to British nr. frresslons unon tho rltrhtn nt Ameri cans on the high seas is not a good American. Any man who desired to see this country omhrnllerl In difficulties and danirera hv lonillnr- unneutral sympathy and aid to uermany, or unneutral sympathy and aid to England, is not fit to be an American citizen. Such a man puts his zeal for one foreign nation and his hatred, of another foreign nation abovo the rights, tho welfare and the dignity of his own country, r Ho is a nnor rlHrnn n flma peace, and might easily be a traitor in iimo oi war." We Should llA fat Amnrlna oa against all other countries equally. We may have our likes and dis uses as to otner countries by themselves, but whenever their inteyeats conflict with the interests of the United StftiPR. thnn fnr oil n citizens the rule is: America first. pro-Germpro-Briti- ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Stecawa. JteetarUU, Xy. Ot4bete OevNMHt, WILVT PROHIBITION DOES. htta Xaveriaa aVetfcera DetertwiMiL La rearetgrr Hit, Tke report of ihe United States CositfliMloaer of Internal Revenue shows that 1,743 Illicit distilleries were seised in 1109 and S.832 in 1815., - Estill Rogers, a successful young The Right Rev. Bishop Lillis, who man of Frankfort. Tho marriage has been seriously ill and was under will take place this month and will hospital treatment for some time, be a society event of much Interest. is convalescing at his home in Kansas City. Inough still quite weak UltGES HOME RULE. he has been able to see some priests who called on him. Speaking at SHgo on Sunday John Redmond, the Nationalist ADDS ANOTHER YEAR. leader, urged the immediate putting into effect of home rule for IreThe Rev. Alphonsus Donlon, S. J., land. "The present state of IrePresident of Georgetown University land," said Mr. Redmond, "is a years serious menace to the British emat Washington, was forty-nln- o old Monday. Georgetown is one of pire to a victorious ending of the tho country's oldest Catholic educa- war. Ireland's suspicion 6t British tional institutions, being founded statesmen and their promises should In 1789. be met with trust and home rule put immediately into operation. This would do more to help the CONSISTORY. successful ending of the war than From Rome there came appar- the alliance of half a dozen neu ently reliable reports that Pope trals." Benedict will convene the coming consistory the first week in Decem- SISTER SEVENTY-FIVYEARS. ber. Three new Cardinals will receive the red hat. Mother Maiy Gertrude of Mount Monday It was telegraphed from Carmel and of the Sisters of CharRome that Pope Benedict has de- ity has celebrated her "diamond cided to hold a secret consistory jubilee." She has been a Sister of December 4 and a public consistory Charity for seventy-fiv- e years, and December X at which he will create has been stationed at Dubuque. new Cardinals. At the consistory Iowa, for the last seventy-thre- e Pope Benedict will deliver an allo- years. Tho aged woman was born cution In which he will discuss the In Ireland In 1827. In 1841 she European situation and pray for a entered the Sisterhood, arriving in cessation of the war. It Is also in- Dubuque a couple years timated that the names of a large when the place was of village later, a with number of newly appointed Bishops less than 700 inhabitants. Alwill be announced. though the aged mother has seen almost a century of service, she is FOR WOMAN'S EYE. still active and is possessed of a remarkably clear vision. Separate belts are in voguo again. veil has now n.qRiimeri nn nl. The GROWS IN JAPAN. most decorative place. Three-pieq- e Very notable progress has been suits are much worn as the season progresses. made bv the Marlst Urnthprn in Skirts grow longer for. street and Japan. Their primary school and tialns aro accepted for Indoor wear. lyceum at xokio counts 850 pupils. Hatbands f ribbon aro em- Osaka has 700 pupils, of whom broidered in all sorts of odd oat- 625- are following the catechetical instructions. There are seven Japterns. Large patterns mark much of anese lay teachers engaged at this the brocaded silk used for evening institution, all of them converts and deeply Interested in tho work for gowns. SOUls. Native Oath nl In lennhorn Satin, velvet and tulle can be graduated by the Japanese Govern fchosen without fear of looking old- - ment, nave tne confidence of the rasnioncd. Dunlls and eniov creator lnfiiifnr Corduroy negligees, which first among them. It is said, than Euroappeared laBt year, are being worn peans. At the Nagasaki school the this autumn, number of boys has increased from Smart new blouses are made of 100 to 280 since its transformation chiffon velvet or other d rrom a commercial school into a lyceum. Urakanla hnn nmn fvv velvet. Fur buttons form one means of boys destined for the church. St. trimming for afternoon gowns of josepn's uoiiege at Yokohama has likewise begun tho new school year cloth and of Georgette crepe. Petticoats of silk jersey are sold with satisfactory prospects. this fall. Nobody who has ever worn a silk Jersey petticoat can CRIMELESS IRELAND. deny its durability. Georgette crepe blouses are to be A scheme of retrenchment in the worn more than they wore last win- Irish prison service is being conter. The erepo appears In many sidered, it being proposed to reduce Interesting weaves as well as in the the status of several provincial plain finish. Jails in Derry and Waterford. It veils are one of the is suggested that long-terprisonnovelties of the season. The pat- ers be sent to Belfast and Cork retern or design of flower spray Is spectively, those on short term bein a different color from the ground ing put in local bridewells. Notmesh qt the veil, withstanding the insurrection, this Tassels are much used, and as year's ' figures are remarkably low. the finish to long sleeve ends, hang-in- Tljere has been a steady decline in back and front, on an evening recent years, and altogether the frock of chiffon or tulle, are de country is freer from crime than cidedly interesting. j any other in the world. E smooth-finisheTwo-color m Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, tried the rest eet the BEST. PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Home Phone 191? TH1D Cumb. Phone West 191 WIEDEMAN N mCORPOUATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beera. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellasftrt CRUDER & DEUSER Managers, Louisville, Ky, November Election. 101C 101G t!iKSftr"iiiiiiV 'r VOTJEC FOR FOR MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you "went delicious, Inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- BEN W. KLING Board of Education. Economv consistent with effi ciency and thoroughness. If you really wnnt tho schools taken out of politics If you believe in tho people choos ing their own candidates for tho Board of Education If you bcliovo the board members should be answerable to tho whole people abovo S 1.2 Lba. Special rebate ticket good for 10c in trade with 2 lbs of 2 NEW BLEND 65C New Blend. JOHN M. MULLOY, 212 West Market. board policy by tho board members VOTE FOR BEN KLING. If you bellovo in an open and 'QUAKER MAID' INCOItPOKATKD GERMAN BANK Clean Grocery Stores. "The Best For Less " Oders for $1 or more delivered to any part of the city. FRED EKHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING FIPTHAND MARKET STS N. W. s; Ctrner FMirth in4 JeffersM x V JEXNTIVUOKIY IRISH ItnCKNT DEATHS. 'A2kDEJICXdNr Xlfty-two, ueesxs&axs WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. Dan Kalahcr, agod passed from this llfo Stewart Ifer Goods Co Jn ConneciioaBllulames MtCreery S Ca New.York. Saturday afternoon at tho O'Leary Homo. Tho body was removed to Keenan's 1 chapel and was later taken to Springs for Interment. Gray-101- HERMAN STRAUS POURTH AVENUC wcoffpaffAreo SONS MARKET STRCBT J New Toll AT STEWART'S PRICED z !!i i! These new Fall Shirts--w- e are pricing at two dollar- sare of fine quality Madras, Russian Cord crepe worn, in laundered or French turn back style cuffs. They are to be had in the new novelty striped and figured effects. Speci al Attention Is 5iven to Out-ol-Tow- Shirts $2.00 n Saturday night Death claimed Mrs. Alice Casey, widow of James Casey, who resided at 1537 West Ormsby avenue. Mrs. Casey was seventy-si- x years of age and had long been a resident of this city, and was held in high esteem in the neighborhood where she lived. eternal rest Wednesday evening at her residence, 654 Shipp street. She years old and bewas fore her marriage was Miss McCue. To the daughter, Miss Delia Murphy, many friends tender their sym' pathy. fifty-three We dive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. A Sale of Sample Handkerchiefs widow of Mrs. Ellen Murphy, Patrick Murphy, was called into - I The funeral of Dr. Edward A. held Monday morning from St. Charles Borromeo church, Rov. Father Ilaffo officiating as celebrant of the mass of requiem. Dr. Lex was held in high estem by tho medl- cal fraternity, and had friends in Ull lUW ID VI IUU l.,lj. ilU AVL.VVD U sister, Mrs. C. A. iDralle, residing at 213 East Kentucky street. Lex was Orders Thomas Landregnn, for many years with tho National Tobacco Company at Eighteenth and Broadway, died Wednesday afternoon at avenue, his home, 2225 Garland after 'an illness of heart trouble extending over six weeks. Born in years ago, ho St. Louis fifty-fiv- e has lived In Louisville since he was a boy. Besides his wife he is surdaughters, Mrs. vived by three bene D. Sohm and the Misses Helena and Ireno Landregan, and a son, Devereaux Landregan. Funeral services were held yesterday morning at St. Charles church. Wo have secured from, two large importers their entire lino of linen and Fine Cotton Handkerchiefs and at the following prices they should sell quickly, as this chance will not come again lor some time, as the manufacturers of linen are almost at a standstill. You can save money buying your Christmas handkerchiefs in this sale. 500 Dozen Regular 10c Fine 750 Dozen Very Fine Imported Lawn Handkerchiefs; with Lawn Handkerchiefs; with em dainty white colored and broidered corner; in white and edge; each..., 5c colors; each handkerchief on 300 Dozen Pure Linen Handsample regular 25c card; kerchiefs; with novelty colored value 15o printing; pink, blue and lav15c ender; regular values; 900 Dozen All Pure Linen each 10c 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 19o corner; regular 19c and 25c values; each 120 240 Dozen Very Fine 350 Dozen Jap Silk and Crepe Sample Handkerchiefs; with emde Chine Handkerchiefs and broidered corner; regular 50c to Dainty Colored Novelties; all 75c values; all imported; 15c regular 25c values; each each 25c All-Line- n ox gstttssttsssstsrassssssn Joseph FURNITURE STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY HIBERNIANS. What Thoy Have Been Doing tho Past Week General News Notes. lv granted a number of transfer cards last week. During the past year the membership In Suffolk county, Mass., was Division Increased 800, GREENE'S Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves and Ranges ing stamps. Good Furniture at moderate price without trad- JAS GREENE 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. is ONE DOLLAR starts a Savines Account with this safe, conservative, old Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention eiven the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year German Insurance BanK Second and Market Under tke Bi Clock State Government Sap.rvi.ioH. bright outlook. The new choral club at Columbus, Ohio, scored a decided success at Is now Its irttflal concert, and a cog in sthe musical life of the city. EDW. A. AXMAN Interesting. HOME PHONE CITY 3238 DAN J. HENNESSY SaturMore tntn 1,000 visitors wore There wbb a big turn-oThat you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a day night in New York at the in Sioux City to witness the initiaFall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED Council last Suntion of EplphaO entertainment of Division 1 for the seveuty-flv- o day, when twice a year; There MAY COJ1K a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" candidates benefit of widows and orphans of received the degreik. deceased members. muu oe spent tor sometniag yoa DO NEED. The SAVING now of the . Division 2 of Syracuse was vicOver 2,000 Knights' attended the M) dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. "forty-five- " annual vesper services fa Washingtorious In the contest Espminican ton In tho beautiful with the C. M. B. A., winning by church, which was elaboraev decthe close margin of two games. The ROUTINE SESSION. Hibernians claim the championship orated with American flags The Knights of Frankfort do UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jeffcrsan Slreel of the city. Division 1, A. O. H., held Its Division 49 of Cambridge, Mass., monthly a of meeting Thursday night Of natedmain$300 set pf candlesticks for" held a successful reunion and ball the the altar last week, with the usual attend- the Good Shepherd, now Church of to laise funds to increase its sick ance tho and office: s piesent. County handsomest churches In one of Covand death benefit fund. The Mayor Recording Secretary the Fifth and Court Place. Dan O'Keefe ington diocese. of the city and State and county was a visitor and presented a comofTlcers attended. 0;cn Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. plete report of tho proceedings of FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Sunday marked the end of the the biennial convention of the LKCTUUK A SUCCES'3, great campaign at Denver, when County Board. Secretary Daniel FREE SERVICE. over a hundred candidates were McCarthy read a courteous and Announcement that Attorney Initiated. The Ancient Order is now complimentary letter from Rev.. William P. McDonogh would lecture in a very flourishing condition and Martin D'Connor, pastor of St. on the workmen's compensation act the strongest society of its kind in Michael's church, expressing grati- attracted an attendance that overthe West. 1101-0- 3 tude to tho President and members crowded the hall of tho Columbia service. We are as EAST BROADWAY. Give us a trial fOf first-claWhen Mayor Dahlman Introduced of Division 1 for their participation Athletic Club on East St. Catherine close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and street Monday night. The meeting Prof. Michael Rohan in Omaha in tho parade and celebration of the night. PACKARD CRS Courteous and reliable seats on tho stage were occupied by fiftieth anniversary of the dedica- was an open one and was presided Rov. M. A. Shine, former chauffeurs our specialty. Qive us a can State tion of his church. President Mark over by William B. Kuper. Mr. President: State President J. J. Ryan expedited the business, with McDonogh was warmly greeted and sncce.ifally treated 'without pain. Oar methods are Curran, Dr. E, F. Shanahan and which those present were pleased, was given close attention by the original) leientino ana anitary. Reference, the lead-inThomas Maloney, of Council when adjournment was taken until big audience. This is tho first of physicians anil smrffeons. Established 1883. Both phones. Suite '308 Stark Blflff. Bluffs. the fourth Thursday in November. a series of Interesting and in , iLH Xememfcer structive lectures that will be given It was hinted that members SEVENTH, NEAR BROBWAY. THIRD rtOOR. Dy prominent citizens for this prowanted to attend the charity ball LACKS. FORCE. gressive club during tho coming Beth Phone. 2300. DR. FRANK DAVIS AND WIFE at the Armory, and therefore there ' were not the talks by those who Gov. McDermott de winter season. Miss Bell, assistant are wont to be heard at last week's livered a telling speech for Democ meeting of Division 1. President racy before an immense audience In HOIST BEAUTIFUL FLAG. Ryan expedited the business and tho Court Houso at Owensboro last all were enabled to leave early. With patriotic exercises the pupils Where the home Saturday afternoon. Speaking of Where work 9 quickly brightest; the Republican candtdnte for the of Holy Trinity school, Now Albany, done; NOTRE DA3IK. hoisted and unfurled a beautiful Whero tho work Presidency ho said: e Where cooking HugMes is a man of fair American flag on Monday. "Justice The lightest; real fun; In piesenting the Laetare medal ability and good character, but of which is fifty-si- x feet to Dr. James J. Walsh last week, no originality and little force. In high and will endure for years, Where the meal Whero baking elves de- -' cooked best; to iTfE7 iThe Beit Straight Whisky On Earth Rev. John Cavanaugh, President of moro than a hundred years he Is stands in the yard In front of tho light; Notre Dame, said In part: building, the flag being 8x12 feet. Where the range stands the first to desert the Supreme Where drudge is oat of Is many years since our fore- Court to tost the "It the political arena. Very Rev. Dean Curran, the pastor, sight fathers In the unlevrslty established Ho held a place of great distinc blessed the flag and made an adThat's where the That's where the the custom of conferring the Lae- tion and tremendous power. It is dress, followed by the Very Rev. INCORPORATED "Quick Meal comes "Quick Meal" comet tare medal on some member of the tho only court in tho world with kit A. Drennan, C. S President of IB. in. f Sole OivBrlReia(ercd Dint. No. 32 Catholic laity distinguished for em- the right to declare an act of tho Niagara University, who made a Qaiok Meal Ga. Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly ItecoHira.aded inent service to humanity in some highest legislative authority of tho stirring ana patriotic talk. The ex 726-73- 0 Main Office and Salesroom, West Main Street. field of public effort. The purpose State unconstitutional and void. ercises concluded with the slneinir of the university is not only 2- to That tho members of that great of the "Star Spangled Ranner" by 215 honor those who have labored for tribunal may render their Important the pupils. On all school days the L kJXSLTf W. MARKET ST the common good, but also to set opinions without fear or favor flag will bo unfurled. before the young men of America that their independence may be ali"H-i- n models of lay zeal and activity so ways assured It is essential that .h DRLAY DUBLiy PLANS. that they may bo Inspired to work they, when they take their seat, P. NM0N. J.f ; UWREHCE I. VEEMEMAN, ' "8". In tho same spirit. For many yeara should consecrate Dublin has not yet seen for VIm FfB. I TriK. SMftUry. your untiring efforts In behalf of llfo to that task andthemselves able plans for the reconstruction of the . fttt. Ufr. should be tho leligion, science and letters have to write their opinions without city which won tho prlzo of J2.500, maTked you, sir, as one worthy to considering whether they would be offered by tho Marquis of Aberdeen, bo added to the noble company of helped or hurt by an opinion If which were exhibited In tho audithose who have received this mark thoy should later run for some torium of tho BoBton City Club. ef approval. Your great talents political office. When they are thus Nobody there knows when tho ophave been ungrudlngly given to tho raised above all selfish considera- portunity of viewing the plans will ; ; Sewer and Calvert Pipe, alleviation of tho sufferings of men tions, their motives are not likely be afforded the city. Thoy have laan.s's Pateat LiMe Pipe far Steam Cenaalts. through the science of medicine. to be Impugned; and the court It- been held up at Liverpool, on their Wall Ceplarf, Drain Tile, YHlfee BrtcK, your private life has been an ex self is more likely to be respected. return Journey from America, by , r ire rr.eang, rive iiaiag, nr STICK ample to Catholic youth." In 1912 Justice Hughes told Kabbl the Import department of the cusGrate and Beiler Tile, Greaat Fire Clay, Chimac? Only the officials of that Wise that he would not consider toms. MEMOIUAJ; BEQUEST. any request to become a candidate department can clear up this mysOFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON A bequest of 130,000 to build a for the Presidency. Rabbi Wise tery as to what suspicion could posCatholic church, at Waldo, Kan., Is published the statement, and the sibly attach to the town planning HOME PHONK8 CITY CUMB. MAIN J507. The plana outline the exmade in the will of Mrs. Bllen M. Justice received due applause. He designs. , WOHKS Boden, of Leavenworth. The chureh Is now starting a precedent that penditure of millions for the remmd Breck. and MagneM. Ay, Bet. 9tfc 13tfc and ittb. 2 SB is to be a memorial to her deceased may hurt his colleagues and building and improvement of the 'i, m ' i Mm rr 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 ti it t Irish capital. husband, Patrick Soden. mi division, to become effective December 1. Close attention was given to the reading of the report of County Secretary Dan O'Keefe at the meeting of Division 1, nnd to all it was ut Prof. Rohan's lecture on Ireland for Division 3 of Omaha was pronounced a gem. There are six divisions In St. Joseph, and Buchanan county, very good for Missouri. The Brooklyn county convention elected P. J. Klnsella as President for tho next two years. Out of 125 delegates entitled to seats in the Brooklyn county convention 116 were present and voted. McCrann's Hall at South Omaha was thronged last Sunday when Division 3 held its initiation and smoker. The Erie County Board has voted for the consolidation of tho divisgrand ions of Buffalo into one in Louisville and Jefferson county, a member of St. Francis of Assist church, the Holy Name Society and the two Catholic orphan societies, was called into eternal rest Saturday, on the eve of tho golden jubilee celebration of the marriage of his brother, Frank Allgeior. For several weeks ho had been ill at his home on Rutherford avenuo, but his recovery had been hoped for. The funeral was held Tuesday morning, attended by a largo con- courso of friends and relatives, Rov. Father Rothhout celebrating of requiem. His the high mass wife died six years ago, and sur daughters, viving him nre three Mrs. Henry Goettler, Mrs. Edward Oyr and Mrs. A. D. Kaelin; three sons, Leo, John and Joseph tlilrty grand and eight great grandchildren. All-gol- Allgeior, aged eighty-thre- e, who had spent his entire Ufo KNMTS Late Now OF COLUMBUS Members Here and That Will Interest 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, John Martin heads the Indianapolis Fourth Degree Assembly. Indianapolis will have a first degree exemplification November 13. At tho initiation at Ironton, Ohio, forty-tw- o candidates became members. Supremo Knight Flaherty pay a visit to Indianapolis month. Initiations at Trinidad, La and Florence, Col., add llfo VOLZ& MICHAEL SHOE FITTERS TO TDE FAMILY next will 33Q WEST MARKET STREET. If you want expert service just coll us up. We liavo nover been out of dyes for one moment since tlio wnr begun and are thoroughly equipped to liandlo aU work of every description. You can rest assured if you need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Parcel Post Service. CONDITION IMPROVING. of the Sister Mary Genevieve, Sisters of Mercy on East Broadway, who Is two Superior or the teaching Sisters at Holy Cross school, has been 111 wliS throat trouble and unable to attend. her classes for tho past two weeks. ;inougn conunea to her room .her condition has somewhat improved, a"nd her pupils anxiously await her return. NATIONAL SniUNE. The collections for the National Shrine of tho i Immaculate Conception, to be erected at Washington, amount to nearly D. C, now ?57,00Q. The Salve Reglna, the quarterly bulletin of the National Shrine, earnestly Hopes that all will listen to the sweet inspiration that moves every true Catholic heart to honor the Mother of God. All donations, large and small, should be forwarded to Rev. Bernard A. McKenna, Catholic University, Washington, D. C. and strength to the order. At the first exemplification of the fourth In Auburn, N. Y., held Sunday, there were 110 candidates. The Knights of Beaver Dam, Wis., have opened nice club rooms on Front street for their seventy Junta XXSnESXNTGS- - t INCORPORATED. PHONES members. Omaha Knights have secured one of the best degree teams in the country for the exemplification on November ID. A large class received the degrees last week at St. Joseph, Mo., whero tho future of the council has a PULS CLEANING $ DYEING CO. 426 S. Pifth St. BOTH 2635. Louisville, Ky. The Last Dollar Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Ky. Title Savings Bank AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES and Trust Co. 3 FALLSCITYVULCANJZINGCO, Corns and All Foot Troubles m?mmmmm$wMyt mmm&3&& AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE ss or s' jX Chawk & Smith Auto Co. JaafivwS) Ex-Lieu- t. Where the QuicR Meal Comes In OLDBARBEE JNO. T. BARBBE&CO. 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