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CUNES BIU--3r 7 FOR 7A2 tjl ijii imjuiiiimmi ' .c FUr,T Wmk L . -- """, rM-w- wi Mini wim i ii in hi iii , imk -- - i .;n 1 DRDlMYERIILE SFCMD-UliS- S KICWtB T TO PSIIJSKEB w SapaaSJ 'WKWrrB T 7 - m W TK.'k& w 'lj W MAY v ; J, m&m&m (nL 1&L voif:;;:-- 2 u iCSATORDAfV, rP-- MSB -i J. EI Norao AMERICAN write tho language correctly. But t.ho one question is, what are the terms of tho course? How much Is It going to cost me? It costs $150 for board, lodging, tuition and all fees. This may appear high to the farmer, who has never yet seen the benefits of education. But why not make a business proposiyour boy? tion with Something like this: Your boy works faithfully for you from April to November; that Is eight months; pay him, let us say, ?20 a month, as you pay your hands every month. Put the ?20 In the bank and when November comes around tho boy will know that by his work he has earned enough to pay his way through college the coming winter. It will bo the dawn of a new era for the church when tho Catholic farmers begin to understand the advantages which come with a higher education. There Is no more romantic llgure In society than the land owner, whose steady toll is mingled with the refinements of a higher education. It's the ideal life. It was tiie lire of the monks of St. Benedict, those farmers that helped to civilize Europe. By patient toll they cleared thn Innrl hnt tVinw "also by their educational wnrlr trained the medieval youth In all tho learning of the ancients. Tho interested farmer can get all information by writing to tho President, Rev. J. P. O'Mahoney, C. S., V., St. Viator's College, Bourbon-nal, s, Wilkoe Union Mads Cigars. HIS .T ' r- V And T Ulov IKS Si.-- t:j i '. - NOVEMBER 11, 1916. At the same time a general high school education is not overlooked. A. course in English Is given, that the young man may speak and PRICE FIVE CENTS. viJu4;:!Vv v fir " .' ?? POSTAGE COMPUTED .." YC AT WilRD CLAM RATT INcw miM cover Their District Is "Whole U. S. y mm wumv. n!?W?PiLi.; 'i'?j'.' j:. ot j: 1 """- - miMm Di l0Sl Qx, ,. . .Jr 7sLfrA. V.i !AT . 5 VICTORY FOR THE PEOPLE. ,.sL, . tjyiite'3 r GERMANY Interest Aroused by Interview With Chief of tho Army Stnff, W..j" tKi. w. "WU Jv-- ?' , Kentucky nnd liOitiuvillc Democracy Achieve Victory Over f; -- . Boortle. to--- fldW- JiERALD AGAIN MADE THE afrfry expired term elected over 'iaepubllea-radlalteTor.ihe"n' rJsKT . iiflHiMttlflHiHlilllKLr i torney General Gregory. On elecHHHlHBlllllr HHHHBHilllilllllillllr sHisllllllllilllllllllVssm. tion night the Herald buncoed its readers with a fake extra slating that "Hughes had swept the country," this being as near the truth as their furclaims nished ly Hert, the Republican" boss. The only crumb, of comfort for the Herald and the Chilton- Searcy machine Is" that Dlehl. the pre-electi- isiHiaiaiaKvvruisilllllV MsHHlllllMlilllHUFlBHislllV i,il .LIIIIIIIIIIIVLIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillHiLlllllliilllBlllllllllllllllllli isHUlllllllllllllllllK sHHllllHilsHlaHL fclW r Br sHHHUmI f I Situation Entirely Satisfactory and Proniis'cs to Bo So 1h tFuture. No One Can Foretell .When tho End of tho War Will Come. J GOAT -- and in defeating him beat the money barons, stock speculators and food trust leaders, who confidently believed that their wishes were law In this country and that elections were only held to approve of their dictatorship. As was in these columns last week, Mt was a question of the people vs. Wall street, and despite the terrible handicap of boodle the people achieved a famous victory. The Republican leaders stopped at nothing The final returns from California ftnd North Dakota "clinched the reelection of President Wilson, and no juggling hy the street Wall manipulators can change the result, which is a victory for the people. The story in our little old school readers about the "Battle of Blenheim," as told by the old grand-lathto his little grandson, reminds one of the closing stanza In each line, ' "Twas a famous vic tory," and this famous victory pales into insignificance when it ia realized how President Wilson defeated Hughes, the Wall stree.t candidate, er driver for the Pabst Brewing Company. Lucas, the machine's special candidate for police Court Prosecutor, and on whom they centered their strength to the neglect of Owens for Congress, badly was beaten by Nathan Kahn,. DANGER NOT PASSED. of State Senator, was Attorney Will Perry, he being bldcted by the hetfvy negro vote In the Tenth ward. Diehl Is a DAY OF RECKONING IS COMING ia i' tion .to Introducing race and religious prejudice they had their food trusts, apd money barons attempt to starve and "freeze the conimpo. people by making prohibitive prices on food and coal. If there Is one beneficial result from Tuesday's election it is the fact thet the results knock out the old stereotyped slogans, "As New York goes so goes the nation," "As Maine goes so goes the nation." New' York and the East generally believe that the boundaries of the .United Strttes stop at the edge of SiEoinuPteteB andUjatJtheirggt. 01 mo country is a nownng wuacr--nes- s. This contempt Is always reflected in the New York press, which does not have a high regard for the Intelligence of those outside the boundaries of the effete East, probably because other portions of the country are not featured with jnonkey dinners and Thaw This feeling was reflected In 'the New York papers election night. "The New York World, considered tby many the strongest Wilson supporter in the United States, gave up the contest without a struggle because New York, Illinois and Inpluralities diana had .returned galnst the President. During the next several months It is expected that some of our cohceited New Yorkers will go on exploring expeditions and get a near view of the South and West, the sections that made them Bit up and take notice by their loyal support of Presiscan-dal- s. to accomplish their ends. In addi- The Irish Press and News Service furnished the following letter bearing upon Ireland and conscription from Padralc Cblum: We are not yet free from the dread that Ireland will again be made the scone of revolt and reprisal. These things will assuredly flow from the application to the country of any form of conscription. It Is true that the question of conscription for Ireland was brought up in the British House of Commons when Parliament assem-- ; bled a month ago and that then a declaration was made that for the present conscription would not be applied there. But It should bo remembered that military service for Ireland could be enforced without discussion In the British Parliament at all. An act known as the militia ballot act is in exist! ence. Under Its provisions a Mag-tstrato can summon the mien of tdjstrlct together and make them uraw Danois among tnemseives for military service. When we realize this fact we think less of ,thej proceedings and the declarations In the Imperial Parliament. Indeed these proceedings and these declarations may have been lor the purpose of lulling the Irish into a senso of security. The passing of an act authorizing conscription would be for the Government the most dancerous method af nn. III. WHY NOT NOW? When America was convulsed with a great civil war, Catholics and Protestants stood shoulder to shoulder. . Together they camped In the swampg, marched through tho wilderness, played, fought, suffered, and their dust lies mingled upon feRESI IRELAND A.Mij,i -- proahnteAcbuntiywohld' -- nine to lane warning and to become organized. Through the militia ballot act men could In Will That Fertile Country Face many districts be held up, unwarned Starvation During Next and unorganized. It may be that the Government Is only waiting for Year? to 'be dissolved Parliament and measures got out of the way that the Irish members could obstruct to apply the provisions of the militia Daily Toll of tnc Submarine Is ballot act. MOURN HIS DEATH. hare4 & kiM. the sight Of their .children starving, may join the armyj Outside of the conscription, there s'no other .hope otiiinduciME ithe, ytpug men .of ,Ire- remember several things at the beginning of another crisis: First The Irish are not allowed to leave Ireland for America or other neutral countries. . Second They are not welcome In England or Scotland. Third They are unprosperous in the West, in Dublin and other Fourth They largely depend on farming and the immediate high prices are tempting and the only way they can get gold. comFifth When the final mandeering of all their food, save the bare neecssarles, Is ordered, the governing powers believe their onto refuge from starvation will be the army, for tho army will provide for their families. SLIGHTLY IMPROVED. THE cities. iKiitrnd NEW ERA riifi, When Farmers Understand Advantages Attained Through Uighcr Education. A Catholic College ThatRcincm- bers Their Boys and Saves jorn,;lliaiy:lt1swellto Fraught With Deadly Peril. Them. St. Viator's atBourbonnais, 111., Offers Winter Course In Agriculture. LAND OWNER IN Announcement of the death of Joseph J. Herrmann, son of F. Joseph Herrmann and connected with the firm of Herrmann Brothers, A Belfast Traders Storing Up Food Products to Coin Great caused widespread and profound grief throughout the entire city. Fortunes. man of high character and business Integrity, he made friends of all with whom he came in contact and was everywhere popular. Five weeks ago he was stricken with a complication of ailments, which he bore with patience and Christian fortitude. Mr. Herrmann was born In this city thirty-nin- e years ago, was a graduate of St. Xavler's College, a kindly and charitable man and a practical Catholic. The funeral was held Monday morning from St. Vincent de Paul's church, and was the largest that has taken place for some time. Surviving him ore his wife, Mrs. Alice Mudd Herrmann; a daughter, Alice Marie Herrmann; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Joseph Herrmann; four THE ONLY HOPE FOR RECRUITING r o j The people of St. Columba's parish and his friends throughout the The State of Kentucky did Itself city and diocese will be rejoiced to proud in the result Tuesday, the prediction of 20,000 plurality In read there has been improveJ. H. Donnelly, In his latest Irish ment that week in the condition of this 'these columns last week being Press News Service letter, writes Rev. Father John D. Kalaher. Tuesand It Is hats off to Chairman from Belfast that the daily toll of day and Wednesday Father KalaJ. Campbell Cantrlll, who without any flourish and the submarine carry!ngto the bot- her was able to set up for short tom of the sea food intended for the Intervals, which gave went ahead and scored the most encourageEnglish mouths is fraught with ment to his physician and attenddecisive national victory In this deadly peril to the people of Ire ants. He is still Yjuite weak and State In over twenty years. National Republican Committeeman A. land. So said a former Lord Mayor It may be the first of the month T. Hert, the millionaire leader of of Belfast and one of the large before he can leave the Infirmary. Republican destinies In this State, linen goods makers to your correwho in dally interviews with not spondent. Both are strong conscrlp-tlonlst- s FUNERAL THIS MORNING. only Kentucky papers, but In the who aver that England will Eastern papers, was telling how he brothers, Frank, John, Richard and be justified In commandeering all Telegrams received here Wedneshad Kentucky In his for Edward Herrmann, and seven Bis- of the food products of Ireland as day night announced the death at Republican ticket, some of the ters. Mrs. William Millet, the submarine warfare Corbyville, Mrs. Boon as the Ontario, of James press being gullible enough to Georgo Stephan, Mrs. Joseph Huter, threatens a blockade In the open Wathen Corcoran, the Misses Loretta, Louise and swallow this guff and show KenNell seas. The navy men say they can son of Andrew J. and Miriam Corkeep the Irish Channel open In any coran, former residents tucky in their doubtful column. Herrmann, and Sister Mary this city. a nun In a convent at event through destroyers and that The body arrived hereof yesterday Republican money was showered 111; here, the G. 0. P. leaders even con- Sterling, the munition workers of England morning and was taken to the resifessing that they had dumped (3,000,000) must be fed first. dence of his grandparents, Mr. and TRINITY'S MUSICATjK 540,000 Tiere, and no one can even The high prices are tempting the Mrs. Martin P. Corcoran, Sr. 212S, people to part with their food. The Edgeland avenue, from where the suess how much more they sent Over 200 people were present at finest cattle and lambs are belne funeral will take place this morn-hihere, not Included in their confession. Kentucky Democrats are loud the musieale given under the aus- stripped from Ireland. The comFor the bereaved parents there in their praises of phalrman pices or Trinity Council, Y. M. I., mandeering of various farm pro- Is wide and sincere sympathy. Cantrlll's work and say that noth- Monday evening, and all were loud ducts has led to more land being ing is too good for him in the In their praises of the programme. used for grazing, as the Government ANNUAL GAMES. The musieale was given under tho has not yet fixed a limit on the future In the political arena. direction of Prof. Leo A. Schmltt price of cattle. Good clothing and Louisville and Jefferson county The Columbia Club Democracy are still crowing over and the following took part: Miss shoes are scarce and all products set November 18, Athletic 26 as has 21 and the - Irene Schmltt, Messrs. their wonderful showing, the DemoWilliam bring enormous prices. Shrewd dates Thanksgiving Wagner, Frank Schaefer. Harold J: Belfast traders realize what people turkey for the annual will be unjler organization cratlo combatting games, which Raginst the biggest Republican Graft, Robert Bossee, Phillip Coady, In other parts of Ireland do not the direction of an excellent comcampaign in local history, it being Walter Barrett, J. O. Martin, see and these speculators are bor- mittee, headed by Edward n rumored that ?150 was allotted to Walter Pllson, John M. Hennessy, rowing great sums of money and and Edward Score. Tuesday every precinct in the 228 located Nicholas Bohn and Franlt Ryan. storing up food products to coin night, November 21, has been espein tuls distrjet. Added to this the Only a short business session of great fortunes when grim famine cially set aside for the wives and Democrats faced a negro vote of Trinity was held and President B. appears. The Belfast worker earn- sisters of members and all lady 11,000, which was corraled by the J. Sandmann reports that a big ing $18 per week now spends $12 friends of tho club, but the three Republicans and brought to the return In membership is expected for himself and family to live. The evenings will be open to everybody. polls before membership campaign war has made many a Belfast man At these games opened, from the the polls negroes being dragged from the which closes next Monday evening. abandon his thrifty habits and tem- be served free. refreshments will These games are alleys and slums, while those away perate living. Nowhere In Ireland preliminary to the mammoth WHAT WAR HAS DONE. from home were given railroad fare are to be found so many dissipated Thanksgiving dinner which will bo to come home and vote, many of persons, sunken women and low served J. H. Donnelly, writing from living people a3 here in this once ilies. the members and their famwhom It is believed were not ensays Ireland is not the prosperous city. The amount of titled, to vote. Tor the last month Coleralne,' the negroes were pampered and Ireland before the war. Politically whisky consumed has Increased ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. she is in chaos, the Parliamentary more than 40 per cent, since tho petted by the Chilton-Searc- y machine, their conduct being unbear- party omy nominally leading her war one distiller said. Invitations have been Issued for able on street cars and in public and the soldiery in the saddle of The sad economic neglect of Ire- the celebration of tho tenth annigovernment as in the days of land, the utter absence of any versary of St. Elizabeth's Auxiliary places, While the iblg Wilson was passing .the Republican Cromwell. The people are dejected, boards or commissions aiming to of the Knights of St. John, which lulqurt9rs, Saturday night hun- harried, suspicious, class against conserve the food supply, the taking takes place next Thursday night at dreds of negroes, gathered from the class, and civil war threatened. Tho away frpm '"the soil the most St. Peter's Hall, Seventeejuth and celored Tenderloin and slums, 30,000 recruits obtained 1ft Belfast nutrlous products, foreshadows a Garland. This society Is composed openly Insulted the white men have suffered frightfully Iri'tlie famine which may literally ex- of active and well known Catholic lists and the hatred exhibited terminate the population. As this ladles, who have done excellent marching la the parade. Tn this by their relative and friends at th fear prows and suffering grows work for church and charity. They ' thfy were egged on by the white Ntrtionallflts who are "tqo proud 't' acute this coming 'Republican leaders. winter young have arranged a unlqiw programme , As a fitting cMmax to the ctm- - fight" is indescribable. men, driven by fear of want asd for the oeeaslon. verl-'fle- d, vest-pock- dent Wilson. SOCIETY et three-year-ol- d -- Con-sola- ta, g. Brueg-goma- par-wi- m cfcs-ual- ty We hear much about the importance of more and higher education nowadays, but little is meant for the farmer boys. For the kind of education which is offered would take him from the farm. An opportunity has at last been offered the Catholic farmer by St. Viator's at Bourbonnals, III., to send his boys off to college and still keep them on the farm. Taking Into consideration that the farmer is most busy from early spring until late In fall, and that with the coming of winter his work stops, leaving him In comparative leisure and Idleness the fathers of the college have Instituted a short winter course In agriculture, beginning November 20, 1916, and ending April 5, 1917, Thus the farmer's young son stays and works In tho nelds, where he is needed by his father, who can hardly get hired help any more even for high wages, board and lodging. But with the coming of winter the young farmer does not know what to do. If he has finished the country school, he aspired to go to the High School in the nearest town. The father consents, though with many misgivings; for ho knows the dangers which too bften attend upon such a course, with its lack of discipline and the mingling of the sexes. Anyhow the boy returns to work in tho spring without having put off tho dullness and slowness which the popular mind attributes to tho farmer. Tho genuine remedy is for the young man to throw off tho narrowness of his Immediate nelghborhod, and go to a Cathollo college, whero by meeting Catholic boys from all parts of tho country, living a regular life under the supervision of the fathers, ho will draw out all his hidden powers by serious study, Tho fathers then engage experienced men, who fit tho boys for sucThey prepare cessful farming. them for actual farm life. They bring them Into contact with all the problems and practices of the farm, and the boys begin to realize that agriculture is also a profession, and that he who would get pleasure and profit from his work must have skill and knowledge. Col-lego every battlefield of that desperate war. And when peace was come, together they set about peaceful pursuits. Why can they not preserve that peace among themselves In the spirit of Him who living dying enjoined upon all men and to "Love one another?" The American constitution and the constitution of each State guarantee liberty of belief and worship. Catholics- - and Protestants in joint assembly's' rote th6se guarantees. Why now listen to the designing men who try to violate them? Today in every section of the land, in every city and township, In almost every hamlet, Catholics and Prot'-estants are living together as neigh-bor- a and friends. Why permit friendly relation to bo disturbed this by uncharitable. and nn. American appeals to prejudice, pas- biuii uhu Tomorrow, as UidaJ'aadifi'origenerfttld'nPtoAttonie,'' Catholics, and Protestants must live together as neighbors. Shall it not be also as friends? Catholics and Protestants together settled America. Together they laid the forests, drained tho swamps and plowed the land. Thev fought together In the battles of the Revolution. They stood side by side in the conventions and congresses that secured the liberties of tho people. Why should they now suffer men to betray them into hatred for one another? When America outgrew her colonial limits Catholics and Protestants, side by side, faced the toll and danger of pioneer life. State after State was carved out 'of the great West. City after city arose. Railroads crossed the broad wastes and bridges spanned the deep streams. And all was the joint work of Catholics and Protestants. There Is no State but where they live together, do business together, vote together; no city but where their churches together lift their spires toward the same heaven; no railroad, telegraph, express and hardly a mill, factory or mine but whero their moneys and their interests are joined hand In hand. Then why should Catholics and Protestants not continue to live together In peace? Columblad. self-seeki- be done can only be decided each moment anew on t.he basis of events Therefore a decision can be looked fOr as Well nn In thn Unaf no (a .. . .. -J lj .WJ- -i tell you that I Intend to shorten my iront in the West. I never thought of It Why should I do it? The front in the West standa as Arm as a rock, and If our enemies by gigantic use of artillery hero and there gain a little territory, they will never break through. In order to do this they would still have to attack for thirty years, provided they had enough men." Considerable Interest has hnnn aroused by an interview given to of tho Vienna Neue Frole Presse by tho Chief of the German Staff, Field Marshal ,von Hlndenburg. The situation, as he sees It, is entirely satisfactory and promises to be bo in tho future. Prophesying be considered an un- grateful task, and no one could foretell when tho end of tho war would come. It was not, however, Impossible that decisive battles might be fought In 1917. No one thought of peace at the present, moment. Tho numerical strength of Russia did not greatly Impress" him: "There Is no doubt that troops will bo levied In Russia, new but that makes no difference; we, too, have enough men. Germany has a profusion of reserves, and in tho reserves are by no means exhausted." The French, he thought, wero exterminating themselves by their method of fighting. "All their tenacity wjll Jbe of no avail, for in the end there will bo none of them left. This fate of the French nation Is owing abovo all else to the British. If tho British ask next spring for one more offenslvo campaign they will rob France of tho remainder of her army and of her national strength." Asked whether the decision of tho war lay in the East, he disclaimed any final programme with this end in view: "There is no prepared programme, except this one, to gain victory. Whero and how that will Austria-Hungary ,m The entrance of Rumania into the war. he said, was heartily welcomed by him. "By means of it we got out of trench warfare. Tho Rumanians are In retreat and the day of reckoning is coming." Lieut. Gen. von Stein, commander of the Fourteenth Reserve Army Corps, has been appointed Prussian Minister of War in placo of Lieut. Gen. Adolph Wild von Hohenborn. The latter was sent to take command of an army corps on the Western front. Tho reason given for the change Is tho need of a War Minister who has had practical experience of conditions at the front, this being necessary to enable him to decide with prudence upon military measures at home. As late as two months ago Lieut. Gen. von Stein had commanded troops in the Somme sector of the German front in the vicinity of Thlepval. Like his predecessor, who MINSTRELS IN DIXIELAND. By olng odds the best amateur minstrel production ever witnessed In Louisville will be given by the .. EM VrTMrt f ln..l..nl ...1 w.. .,...u iiimaucn wiien iney present themselves In "Dixieland" at St. Leo's new school hall, Highland Park, on Sunday and Monday nights, November 26 and 27. The El Nomos are without doubt the best minstrel troupe yet gotten together in this city, being especially known for ability to Introduce now and original ideas hot staged before, is they will show when they drift the audience back to the days when minstrelsy was In Its Infancy. Their production will bo staged under the direction of Theo. Schipper, who also acts as Interlocutor. The company is composed of well known entertainers, a number of whom have had professional offers, and Includes J. Forrest Thompson, Walter Barrett. John J. Flynn, Harry Clark, Tom Kennedy, Joseph Hehemann, Robert Thurman, John Hourlgan, Oscar Weiss, James Perry, Jess Willing, Albert Billle Clifford, Bird Brocar. Roy McBrlde, Gilbert Therwell, George Shelling and Addle Eigel-bacThis will be the first entertainment In St. Leo's new hall, and everybody will be surprised and pleased to notice the great improvements and to see the beautiful new h. Quartermaster succeeded Gen. von Falken-hay- n, he had held the post of General. LEXINGTON WEDDINGS. Two weddings of prominent per sons took place In LexlOPtnn nn Wednesday. That of Miss Laura de Lavlllon KInkead to Samuel B. Walton was solemnized at 1 n'ninnt at Lyndhurst. the home of the oride's parents here. The Rev. Father de Waegenaere, of St. Paul's church, performed the ceremony. The wedding was a very simple and quiet affair, as the family of the bridegroom are In mourning, but Gass-ma- n, school. YOUNGEST ARCHBISHOP. Most Rev. Michael J. O'Doherty. who has Just been appointed" Archbishop of Manila, visited this country four years ago, on his way to the Philippines. Tho new Archbishop was born in County Mayo. Ireland. In 1874. He had the distinction of being the youngest rector of the Irish College, Salamanca. Spain, and is how the youngest Archbishop in the world. D. D the arrangements were elegant. The entire house was decorated In new palo pink Ophelia roses. The couple stood in the archway for the ceremony. Luncheon was served in the dining room, the table having in Its center an Immense brlde'rf cake. After the wedding the couple left for a trip to New York, and while there will see the bride's aunt, Mrs. Annlo Stone Maxwell, who was unable at the last moment to attend the wedding. Miss Katherlne Reglna Slavln Joseph Lulgart were married In and St Paul's church at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning. The Rey, Father do Waegenaere officiated. The church was beautifully decorated. The bridal party, relatives and most in timate mends were entertained at breakfast at tho home of the bride'a parents on West Second street. The brldo is widely popular and Is the only daughter of James E. Slavln. She was Graduated from tho rr- dome Visitation School at George- tuvrut ivir, iuuigart, the only son of Mrs. Lulgart and the late Fred Lulgart, is a well kaown young business man and was educated at SU Mary's College. Following the wedding the oouple left for a trip and later will U at home with Mr. Lrtigart's mother o 'West Third atreet, ? na JKJEWSTOrXJOKY Fall festival of in school hall, KVBRY SATURDAY. Edenslde avenue. Euchre and UrH4 to tfc Seclal aad Mitral A4vaetaa4 at klah AaMrkm sad Ctitottsi In November 14 ,Hall, benefitlotto of St. Boniface oJ Hitonfbuu, Vwteg Mta'i OMMaIIt Iasested by AaeiMt Order s Miss Jennie Giles. Kalft-fctof Aacrie. iMtifoto aad CrUmMc November 16 Anniversary of St. Elizabeth's KHNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PniNTrNQ) CO., Inunpontti, PitblMtro Bt. John, at Auxiliary, Knights of St. Peter's Hall, SevenS1MUB COPY teenth and Garland. fSCKIP1WN PR'.CB, ONfl DOLLAR PER YEAR turkey 27 Annual November m aMB-Cl- a fUttw. tt Bntr contest and euchre and lotto, Holy. Thirty-secon-d and AMnm M CMiaMittttMM to th KlffTVCKX MMH AmmQWtW'll ... Wt Oftea St. Cross Hall, Broadway. El Nomo MinNovember 26-2- 7 strels in Dixie Land, St. Leo's Hall, TRADES COUNCIL! Highland Park, for benefit of new school. SBJggg" November 28 Euchre and lotto of St. Louis Bertrand's Church Debt 11, 1916 Association, afternoon and evening. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER MVIS YIDLK, KY November 29. Thanksgiving soof the great war in Europe is In cial by Young Ladles' Sodality of WIIAX'S IN A NAME? sight, the opinion is fast growing St. Ann's church, afternoon and Democratic Chairmen McCormlck that there is little hope for a ces- evening. EntertainDecember and "Walsh. How could you beat a sation of hostilities for many a ment, "Jollies of 1916," auspices of combination with two good names long day to como. Notwithstand- local Elks for Christmas charities. PUBLISHED November 13-1- 4 St. James parish 3D&IJ&3HC AJSXJEtT2AJS: KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. 8' be 3gjRyJi -- a23Hy?l? Bacon a sow 1 INCORPORATED in I'll h urn " LtWPjHm ft We Qive and Rcdcern Surety Coupons. ULTRA SMART COATS $U.8b to $59.00 There's dead loads of style in a properly modeled Winter Coat, and 'when you make your selection you want it to be in the best fashion. Coats after your own heart are shown in this great lot of 500 garments. All sizes for women and misses and all of the best materials: Nearseal, diagonal, Bolivia, plush, wool velour, broadcloth, plaids and Scotch mixtures. The coats are made with the large collars, full ripple skirts and belted effects with trimmings of fur, plush and velvet bands. In the 500 coats .there are easily 200 distinct styles in all colors and black. 14-15-- 16 ing the almost Inconceivable number of men who have been engaged C8aaqca3PjagC8aacKTOxta?aQ DIRTY rOLITICS. in the devastating slaughter for Republican campaign leaders the last two years or more, tho The stopped at nothing In their efforts cry on all sides is for more. A oV3S&3S2&SXtt3C8S3e8333S&g&u proportion of Russia's Girls' and Juniors' Coats to excite prejudice In favor of large Cavanaugh, of Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes in this campaign. Circular 13,000,000 men of military ago has Girls' $7 to $10 Coats; in sizes 7 to 14 years; these garments visiting la letters were sent to Germans and been called to the colors. France Jeffersonville, has been are nicly made of velvet, corduroy, plaid and striped material, Nashville. Wil- Is attacking THE TRUANT. understood to have nearly heavy, diagonal cloth and novelty mixtures; they have the son, In which It was charged that 4,000,000 in active service, and to Miss Nellie Ward spenl tho past large collars, a nice flaring skirt, with or without belt, and ROSARY IN IRELAND. OMAHA HAS HOPES. ho was unfair to Germany. Similar keop her forces up to this figure week at Shelbyvllle, visiting Mrs. are trimed with imitation fur, velvet and buttons; the price Ed D. Shlnnick. matter was sent to the Irish and she has to tako all her male $4.97 is only Reports from Rome, unofficial To my memory idly roaming comes charging the Presi- population between the ages of Other Better Coats; in sizes from 7 to 16 years; these are of course, are to the effect Miss Marguerite E. Polin enterthat a vista of The gloaming t. Germany tained the P. S. G. Club at her dent with being unfair in the seventeen to Comes a breathing from the Omaha is to be made an archdioshown in velour, Bolivia cloth, plush, velvet, plaid worsteds cese at the next consistory, which is aphome Monday evening. Itoger Casement affair, these being began with a war strength of meadows of the shamrock Slo.oo to 57.9s and novelty mixtures: prices expected to be held in December. It and tho peat; proximately 4,350,000, backed by a elgned by would-b- e qpent Ferrlell Miss Georgia mellow firelight gleaming, would not surprise us wero the re- WiMitmiaMBaMBraitti leaders, none having connection supposedly available trained and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and With the am sitting now and dream- ports true, though we have no I leading Irish untrained force of 5,548,000, and Mrs. J. A. Ferrlell, at New Haven. means of estimating their value. with the A. 0. H., the ing , Perhaps the honor may even come years are now Of my lost and vanished society In this country. Anonymous the men of forty-fiv- e SOCIETY DIRECTORY Mrs. Fannio Thompson, of New with its fancies fond In time for tho installation of Archcirculars were sent to Protestants going to tho front. The British Haven, was bishop Harty here; but of that we hero tho past week, the sweet. with a list of the many Catholics army raised by voluntary enlist- guest of Mr. and Mis. Sam Dant. To my and raptured ears come wooing aro not assured. It is likely to come shortly after his arrival supposed to have been appointed by ment reached a total of 5,043,000, In tender notes like A. O. H. Omaha. True Voice. cooing. Catholics were and conscription is supposed to William Rihn and bride, who was the President. I've a sense of fingers straying have refavored with letters tolling of how have added about 600,000, yet Sir Miss Mary J. Spark3, DIVISION 1. ANOTHER honeymoon trip. over sweet and CATHEDRAL. Cardinal Gibbons was snubbed by William Robertson, tho Chief of turned from their low Meets Fourth Thursday, Liederkraast tho President, this being denied by Staff, says that nothing short of The cornerstone of the newt St. James Treasy was registered thJa Ah, the music that came winging Hall, Sixth and Walnut was sweeter far than sing- Patrick's Cathedral at El Paso, tho Cardinal when It was called io ' national service" will do, "be- week at West Baden Springs, where President Mark Ryan. Texas, will be laid tomorrow by tho ing his attention. In short there was cause we want more men, and we he Is enjoying rest and recreation. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. When my mother said the Rosary Right Rev. A. J. Schuler, S. J., nothing too despicable for the Re- want them now, and eventually we Recording Secretary Daniel McBishop of that diocese. in Ireland long ago! The marriage of Frank Quickert, Carthy. publican plotters to attempt and shall want all who can be spared." of this city, and Miss Elsie Secretary Financial EdwanF' These are the facts and figures they deserved a well merited reof St. Matthews, will take Oh, how well do I remember when MARYKNOLL. Clancy. by crackling log and ember, which prove that nothing will end place next Wednesday. buke. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. And the family all were gathered The National Foreign Missionary the monstrous slaughter in Europe Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English:. from tho highland and the Seminary at Ossining, N. Y., known Mr. and Mrs. Harry Angemeler EFFECTIVE TREATMENT. until the resources of the com- and family spent Sunday at Bards-tow- n Tim Lyons. Sentinel sea, as Maryknoll, was honored by a batants are utterly exhausted. And with Miss Clara Angermeier, With her eyes upraised to heaven, day's visit recently from His ExWhile the acquital of one of tho DIVISION S. in a cadence low and even, cellency the Apostolic Delegate. therefore Americans, should thank who is attending school at Nazareth men accused of slaying an She called each decade, with its Archbishop Bonzano has been inter Academy. First and third Friday, Hibernian tho Almighty that this country sad or Joyful mystery! "lecturer" in Texas does 0 Home, ested in Maryknoll from the beginPortland. peace and pray for its long Miss Edith McDermott, of Chero- There were cherubs In the gloam- ning and has followed its developnot lessen the deplorable naturo of President Lawrence J. Mackey. ing, and the childish eyes ment with a special and paternal kee road, who has been 111 at Sts. Vice President John J. Riley. tho tragedy, it is to be hoped the continuance. went roaming Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, is care. Secretary John J. Financial prove a warning to affair will Through the shadows for the steadily improving and, will soon be DISTINCT ADVANCE. Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. shapes of- angels moving to others not to let their righteous ONE MORE SIGHT. entirely well. Recording Secretary Matthew v and fro Rev. Peter C. Gannon, of Omaha, indignation get the better of their O'Brien. And, ah, the fadeless beauty of A traveler tells this story of an Miss Katherino Bannon and' JoTreasurer Daniel Dougherty. common sense. We agree with the whose interest in education lends that scene of love and duty American in Rome, Sergeant-at-Xrm- s M. Kalaher.. True Voice when it says there is weight to his words, expresses seph Barrett, both well known resiWhen my mother said the Rosary and like some others It is to be of Jeffersonville, will Sentinel Thomas Noon. in Ireland long ago! opinion that the "Winona plan" for dents In marriage next Thursday be only one effective treatment for taken no doubt with certain grains united at of allowance. these public disturbers who pose as standardizing parochial schools may St. Augustine's church. Rev. Father I remember DIVISION- 4. how in boyhood, just The American, who had come "lecturers?" That is to ignore their well be taken into serious consid Halpin will perform the ceremony. a bit advanced from Meets Second and Fourth Monday,. from the plains of tho West, visited hydrophobic antics. Tho few sym- eration in other dioceses. As we the Vatican, and was courteously Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. Ben How I loved to clasp the beads shown over the Papal palace. He pathizers who go to hear them can see it, the one weakness of our Albany,' Morthorst and wife, of New President John H. Hennessy. have been spending the craclQUB lii)3 had nrp.qtr asked many questions, her and desired Vice President Thomas Lynch. tot be harmed by them, for the Catholic elementary schools at the week at Greensburg, where they They werd mrfaT- ofIrlsh berries, to see everything. Financial Secretary Thomas 3 Dignity and elegance Langan. reason that they aro already vicious present time is the lack of "uni- went to be present at the celebrathey were carven like to After all the customary sights birthday and filled with hato and malice. formity In curricula and the want tion of tho ninety-fourt- h cherries, had been shown, the priest who at- are always Recording Secretary- - James J of There was healing in their ,starry tended him asked: They are on a par with tho "lec- of proper standard of classification. of J. H. Schroeder, father of Mrs. McTlghe. spheres and loveliness and "Is there anything else, SIgnor Treasurer Pat Connelly. turer" himself. Descent people In the older dioceses of the East Morthorst. rest! American, that you would like to Sentinel M. J. McDermott. keep at a safe distance from such this problem has been met by the When the curlews all were hiding, see7" NOTRE DAME. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byraew malodorous reptiles. During the appointment of an experienced dioThomas Walsh, poet and author, cesan superintendent of schools who craze a few of recent Y. ILL these professional sowers of discord has full control of standardization. spoke at Notre Dame last week. His lecture was on Cervantes and MAOKLN COUNCIL, 205. have visited this city. Their "lec- The work has been going on for his works and particular attention Meets Monday Evenings at Clafe turers" attracted a fow of their years there, and it may be said to was given to the masterpiece, "Don House, 344 North Twenty-sixtQuixote," kind. Others ignored them. The be no longer a problem. President S. O. Hubbuch. In the newer sections of our has been entirely satisfacBut result M. First Vice President ST. LOUIS BERTRAND'S. tory. They failed HBflBfiblzsSiSttw in securing country our parochial' school sys3BBSBBeSHBeeeeefts3 opposition and notoriety and their tem is still In the formative stage. Second Vice President R. Lu On Friday eevnings there Is a Scheckler. visit to the city left it as it was Too much Is left to the individual large attendance at St. Louis BerFinancial Secretary, F. G. Adams before. A yery few of the mora pastor, and to the particular in- trand's church, when the, services Q.. Recording Secretary W. consist of rosary, way of tho cross rabid bigots are still at work here, itiative of the teachers In charge. and Buckle. benediction in memory of tho TMTlflri IIMrr frr. H mit their campaign has met with The result is lack of uniformity souls of the faithful departed, NoTreasurer G. J. Thornton. Willy no encouragement sufficient to re- in methods and a diversity of vember being specially devoted to "' Marshal Theo. Buckle. bbbb Inside Sentinel James Radigan, pay their efforts. The few active standards that is confusing to say the dead. Outside Sentinel II. Pfelcen members of the prospective or- tho least. There has been excuse MADE SHORT TRIP. ganization are known and that Is for' this In the past. On tho whole THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT enough. Of course wo admit that our parochial schools have dono Rev. Francis O'Connor, assistant may arise in which splendid work. pastor at the Cathedral, spent tho circumstances Considering their Juat what you have always resources, that work has been re- first part of tho week visiting active opposition to the brother priests at Nashville. Father societies might be advisable. markable and too much can not be O'Connor is chaplain wanted. They're smart in for Little This active opposition Bhould al- said in praiso of those who havo Sisters of the Poor, where the retreat a ways tako the form of a campaign achieved these results in the face was held this week, all surroundings. of education. There are some who of serious obstacles. DOYLE HUME. But wo should not be content will not be reached by it; but their ., I jl f,!9H Priced from $15 to $25 case Is hopeless anyway. The meth- with what has been done. Our Mrs. Pauline Doyle, of Smith-fielschools ods adopted in tho unfortunate Catholic must be kept announces the engagement of Texas case are always to bo abreast of the demands that are ner daughter, Miss Mary Sanders made on them. They must bo in Doyle, to Dr. Elmer Charles Hume, avoided. ui una ciiy. the vanguard of progress, And solemnized on ine marriace win h Thanksgiving day at TAKE GUtL'S PART. AH the late md bow Sty t and SfcapMr the first step to be taken is the the home of the bride. . found t cable price. adoption of uniform standards and What little consideration Is RECALLS MAXWELL. poor girl struggling to uniform methods. Bishop Heffron shown the make a living through the in- -' has done well In seeking this first According to the Yorkshire Herterminable and wearying "hello I " of all. Uniform thoroughness in ald, the British Government has deRICHEST,. BOSTON GIRL WEDS ITALIAN PRINCE. There Is nothing gives the coward imparting knowledge of secular cided to recall Major Gen. Sir John branches as well as in religious Maxwell from Ireland, where ho is a better chance to be rude than the training is ni1 Ma,riareiJPr,e.st.?n ?raPer weds Prince Andrea Boncompagni, to be desired. We hopo in command offcthe JJrItishforceB, n't RX: Mld Italian famlly' The Prlnc6 Bas served in tho N. W. long wire which separates him to and he will be succeeded by 'Lieut; armjnand wounds. Corner Third and Jefferson see similar planB adopted in Gen. Bryan T. Mahon, from the subject of his lately in comother dioceses of these Middle mand on tho Western frontier of gross-neIn fact there is a new kind of and tho swans the waves The "Winona Egypt. Maxwell's rule has been "There's one thing," repMed ,the that can well be called tele- Western States. were riding, American, "that I want to see more plan" marks a distinct step in ad- most stringent and arbitrary, and And the stormwinds in the dark- than anything else, phonic Impudence. Face to face an his recall will cause eregret no- and ness mado a sound of grief on the edge of it yet." I ain't been wnere. Insolent fellow would not dare to vance for our schools. "As Near to You u the 'Nearest Phone' ana woe p ($ "What is that, signor?" talk roughly to a lady without the Hi Ah, the comfort that came creeping, The decision Episcopal con"The cattle pens." SECTARIAN IN OHAItAOTER. haying his face slapped, but vention not toof the risk of ere the children fell to sleeprevise tne Ten "The cattle pens? Why, we havo Our Special $3.00 Spray ing, he will be very brave at a dis- Commandments nothing of the sort, signor." If any doubt of the sectarian was a wise one! When my mother said the Rosary tance In emitting his impatience and says the Catholic "You hain't? Then where in tho Oar Special $5.00 Wreath MULLOY'S COFFEE Advance. They character of the Y. M. C. A. still in Ireland long ago! world do you keep them Papal bulls exists in the minds of Catholics, arraigning the work of one who has are not so much The largest values In Fuse-ra- l Edward Wilbur Mason. in that we're always hearin about?" Is the best coffee value offered. a thousand things to try her pa- ing as thoy are of need of amend- it will be expelled by tho tabulated Flowers ever offered being observed. statements, of Commission VII". of Cattrolic Register. If you went a delicious, InexpenLoulavlile, tience. Ever remember that the FAITHFUL TO PRINCIPLE. sive coffee, the Protestant Panama Con cress. For prompt delivery call 223 hard working woman who sits at FOR WOMAN'S EYE. The living need you, but the dead Tho largest proportionate appropria TRY OU- RA both phones. her drudgery for hours at a time need you more through your pray- tions ror Protestant mission work some Catholic lawyer was invited by of wealth and Wear your hat straight this sea In Latin America, according to Its has to answer momentarily varied ers. official report, was made by the prominenco to dine with them on a son. characters, whose voices are ImFriday evening. He went to the Metal embroidery trims the newAmerican Bible Society, the 2 1.3 Lbs. portunate and whose smiles can not Goodbye and good riddance to ern Baptists, the Methodist South Epis- dinner, ate the fish that was served est hats. v aro Special rebate ticket good for JTB Sharp upturned brims be in evidence, and so lend to your Teddy in American politlqe. copal Church South and the Y. M as one of the courses and abstained feat10c in trade with 2 lbs, of ured In many of the newest hats. npe C. A. Tho latter has shown more from own words the courtesy that the Wt nowut New Blend. all the meat dishes. The next An interesting development In the zeal in a financial way for ProtEvery day this month remember Rxirlhwnue LouuifWr merits. The telephone estantizing Latin America than the day the son of his hostess said to winter millinery reveals the lavish M. MULLOY, H JOHN girl always acts the lady, although the poor souls. use of chenille trimmings. him: Protestant Episcopal, the PresbyFlowers telegraphed everywhere." her position is trying; it should be' A touch of purple in your cos312 West Market. "Mr. W., I am very glad that you terian and the Methodist churches GRAND ALTAR. easy for one to act the gentleman and other denominations enumer- - touched no meat last night. My tume, whether It is a silk net throw, HOUSE FERNS. mother was watching you and, if a veil or a hat, is very attractive. at home surrounded with luxuries An altar costing will ffrih,.tionB tn 50,000 , tj, you had eaten meat,, she would have and at his ease. To make house ferns grow soon be erected in the new Catbe- - status of the Y. M. C. A. therefore lost all respect for you." HELPING GOOD SISTERS. DIAMOND JUBILEE. place faur or five pieces of d Catholic men somedral at St. Paul, Mian. It Is the could- - not be more definitely ft NOT BND YST, Eighty thousand dollars was. they can win December 20 of this year will be charcoal on top of the soil. Keep of Mrs. G.. T. glade, daughter termined than by this report. With times think that oi tne late .lames J. um, ami when such evidence before their eyes favor by ooncealiag their religion. the sixtieth anniversary of the or- the flower pot in a Jardiniere, with raised in the week's whirlwla Dapt freqiieat aMorUoae from flailed will be one of the most Catholiea can have no for Kvmi the world vaMMtatfl the man dination of the Right Rev. Bishop plenty .of water, and its rapid move- campaign for the Slaters of Shepherd, St. Paul, Mian. ment will be aetonivhing. Foley, of Detroit. continuing to delude themselves. I who Is faithful 'to yriaelple. ne soon or asotaer that the end beautiful In the United llko these? SOCIETY. 10 Styles in $10 Goats at S5.94 15 Styles in $18 Goats at $12.88 German-America- ns Irish-America- ns forty-olgh- Irish-Americ- an youth-time- wood-dov- es harp-strin- Good Roh-man- n, Clothes anti-Cathol- ic en-Jo- ys Command 1818-182- - fellow-wander- Respect true part - toy-hoo- d, anti-Cathol- ic C. L. & B. 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Both Phones. 2886. well-know- n S. L. HYMSON EIGHTH AND OAK Wines and Liquors Home Phone Cliy 6771 WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR Both Phones Prompt Delivery Everywhere Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention Homo LOUISVILLE WINE & LIQUOR CO. 739 East Broadway WINES AND WHISKIES By bottle or gallon for family use. Phone Shawnee GOSS 803 HENRY SHEET METAL Boorxso, auxxsBxxo, spounwa at0teeo)'gf L. ! 1 I DOUGHERTY & Tin Boof BepalrtO. ana Painted ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY In SOU West Broadway, lonlsvtlle, Xy. concert for the benefit of the order continued farther exhaustion. Berne Phone, Shawnee 1383-fatigue the physiological powers initiations will ioilow this month INCORPORATED at Worcester, Mass. at Mt. Angel and Salem. weakened, LOUISVILLE, KY, At the county convention held are may pass and in exhaustion Royal George Council at Flor- PHONE CITY 85 on to this at Dunkirk, N. Y., all the divisions ceptibility to disease, increased sus- ence, Col., had 100 visitors present neurasthenia, were represented and reported in the immorality, Intemperanco and even whenthirty-flv- o degrees were exemplllfed prosperous condition. A Case of ttod Judgment. Order a Caie f new members. Ten Excessive Industrial work for crime. DiThe Hibernian Social Club of Is often responsible for these seri candidates were kept away for busi vision 3 made a nice little sum from ous results." ness reasons. the picture show given under their The plan for a nation-wid- e comauspices Monday night. AL. S. SMITH, PROP. VALUABLE PUBLIC. SERVANT. memoration of Washington's birthday is expected to make a deep ImThe Hibernians of "Portland, Ore,, (!ommt will take prominent part in the The Louisville friends of the sub- pression on tho public mind and campaign to raise $100,000 for the prejudice will that ject of the following in the Catholic thereby be allayed to a great extent. Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COl Christie Orphan Home. A Frisco tourist club is being Telegraph will bo glad to know that and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. organized by Connecticut members he was given the place he sought STATE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. BOTH PHONES 810. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 6? who are planning to attend the na- In Tuesday's election: Since February 1, when the tional convention in 1918. is nothing more than the "It say Great interest was shown in State truth SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. Irish night of the' Hibernians the School toBoard that the Covingtona California opened,iPublic Employment Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone Bureaus 26,914 men and has never had for THE women have secured employment. the benefit of tho Sacred Heart member who has devoted himself parish at East Cambridge, Mass. more conscientiously or more eff- These workers have earned apDenver Hibernians are swelled iciently to the bestv interests of the proximately $4,000,000 in wages with pride over their record break- schools than Dr. J. A. Averdlck, nnH have saved $54,000 in fees ing initiation, which marked tho who is a candidate, for which they otherwise would have most notable day that Division 1 at the coming election. That tho o pay to private agencies. All INCORPORATED 4105 Henry Street "The ecQnomlc argument that Industry can thrive only with a long day, and that any curtailment Late News That Will Interest What They Have Been Doing of it would be destructive, can be Members Here and the Past Week General met very effectively by the fact that shortening tho work period, even News Notes. to eight hours, almost Invariably increases the quantity land Improves Omaha will Initiate a class of the quality of output." Thus did Division 4 will meet next Monday Dr. Frederick S. Lee, professor of fifty November 19. evening. physiology In Columbia University, Supreme Secretary McOinley will Committees are arranging for the New York, answer the question, "Is be in Indianapolis November 27. working day raconsolidation of all the Buffalo di the eight-hoSeventy-si-x candidates received tional?" before tho American Pub- the three degrees on Thursday at visions on December 1. lic Health Association's annual Milwaukee. A bfg' initiation will be held under the auspltes of Division 4 on meeting in Cincinnati. Collins has started a tour Dr. Lee, in discussing this mat- of Peter and Monday evening, 'November 27, Iowa ter, made it plain that he was not every council inwill lecture before - county con that State. The Ladles' Auxiliaryvention at Portland, Ore., inaugur- In any sense considering the politi- v Indianapolis Council will confer prob-letllcal aspects of the eight-hoated a lively membership campaign. problem is tho first degree Monday night. Tho rT,h6 eight-hoThe convention of the Ladies' primarily a problem of physiology; class numbers about twenty-fiv- e. Auxiliary held at Schnectady elected Seventy-fiv- e candidates will be physiologic?! effects of any Mrs. Mary Hamlin as County Presi If the of kind labor are bad. Its condi- initiated at Hays, eKas., tomorrow dent. twenty-threcoming ought to be changed," said afternoon, Every week one of the San Fran- tions and from Plalnvllle. Dr. Lee. "This io fundament cisco divisions holds either a ball of Waterbury, any consideration 017 The Knights or some other anniversary celebra- should precede the economic and social effects of a CoiI? WM erect a permanent home tion. no birthplace of change of conditions. Since the in that "' Many members were disgusted at middle of the nineteenth century Father McOiViMsy.. founder of the the attempts of a few to drag the the eight-hou- r v"-"- .. day has been the order. order into politics in the national goa lof labor. It has gradually at Harry Ah Chung, resldrBS election. been gained, and id doubtless des- Salem. Mass.. is the only Chinee to become very widespread; member of the order. San Francisco Hibernians are tined His fatheH. building up a strong drum corps, The duration of daily hours should was born ;n China and his mother for whom they will give a benefit be determined by tho physiological is of Irish descent. ball tonight. effects of the work, ,and secondarily There by its economic and social features. Twenty-tw- o is sure activity in Oregon. The Presidents of the thirty-tw- o have Just been added divisions are arranging for a big Labor produces fatigue, and when to the membership at Ontario, and ur ur ur -"-- HIBERNIANS. SHORTER WORKDAY INMTS f(P UOUIMliS gfrat4fr(4 Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue WA DINNER INCOMPLETE i WITHOUT 2 F. EX. I, BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER 1 Prompt fl-lW- "Delivery rAi -, Service?" tniXHCto U1I1IUIV Sure. I 1 Mr IW. At j1W 9 WivlWtf fff ff9l91f8f5fltiT"f Fffftfiii'fffifltl IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE "WMJ,, 'dhamd OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHM F. 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BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 822 East street. HVVWWWVWVmwWWtWWMVWWWWMWtHtWWWiUWI S AND EMBALMERS. AdCalu e Home PhoH,Slia-wTa- 484 i! RATTERMAN Chapel Free to Patrons. SCANNELL i INCORPORATBD. Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers stein, a wealthy merchant of Baltimore, Indulged in a little private dialogue at the banquet last Tuesday launching the $75,000 campaign of the St. Vincent do Paul Society. The interchange was greatly enjoyed by those who heard it, and by none more than the Cardinal himself. Mr. Epstein sat next to the Cardinal. Said Mr. Epstein: "Your Eminence, you are looking very well." "Yes," said the Cardinal, "but it will not be very long before tho Heavenly Father takes me before Him." "Pardon me, Your Eminence," said Mr. Epstein, "but in my Judgment the good Lord is too good a business man to let a gilt edge bond like you go for 80 or 90. He will, keep you until you reach par at 100, and possibly until you arc at a premium." , The newest story that is told of His Eminence of Baltimore comes to hand. It is found In a special dispatch to the Now York Herald: Cardinal Gibbons and Jacob Ep- 37F?LaBa'aa'WPMB-,MWWHiaBMa'tt- i mMWmmMMMMMMMB BMMMMMWMMMMWBMMMMMMmMMMMMMwi-MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMmMMMMMMMMmUMMMftMMMMVMMMMMMMMMM. 1 H CINCINNATI "THE QUEEN CITY" Served by four excellent trains every day, departing at convenient hours and making direct connections for all points North, East and Noruteatt. LOOK AT THE SCHEDULES Ar. Clnctaaatl 12Nooa 5;3Sp.B.,9ilSp.m.,7t3n.m. ia. LONG WAIT. Re-elect- GERMAN BANK mppim ffBnBwKii English artist onco slaying In the North of Ireland thought to 1UI WLOl DKUAUYYAI have a joke at an old fanner's exv www pense. So' he proposed to paint the farmhouse for five guineas; tiio agreed, but was very parfarmer ticular he should be painted standing at the door. When the painting was finished, to the farmer's disgust, he found Funeral Directors the careless artist had omitted "to paint him in." But the wily artist Embalmers. passed it off as a great Joke, saying: "Oh, you have just gone in to get BIO XTOCBR the five guineas." x "Oh! have I?" said the old Tlmlias li2. farmer, irately. "That's all right; Mr year fcy aa titutlM that wllj just hang it up and wait till I come out with the money." yrtyas tam Sot Utu An to Congress for Eighth Consecutive Term, kinds o flabor, from bootblack to superintendent, is included in the list. DIDN'T HAVE TO WORK. Mrs. Jenkinson, on being shown into the doctor's consulting room, immediately started on the long story of her troubles. The doctor, to whom she was a regular visitor, endured it patiently and gave her another bottle. At last she prepared to go out, and the doctor was congratulating himself, when she stopped and exclaimed: "Why, doctor, you. didn't look to soo if my tongue was coated." "I know it isn't,." wearily replied the medical man. "You don't find graw aa. a race-track- H.B0SSES0N and JrmtV3M people of Covington appreciate his devotion to tho welfare of their children seems apparent fro mthe fact that they have kept him in continuous service on tho board for the past twenty-nin- e years, during which his colleagues tecognlzed his sterling worth by choosing him as President on two Ho is a tried and true occasions. veteran in the educational field; and his long and active experience dualities him in a special manner to be of value to the public schools of Covington." nt Latest type of Coaches and Parlor Cars. Excellent Dining Service on day trains. Sleeping Car on 2:30 a. m. train open for occupancy in Seventh Street Station 9:30 p. m. I Ohio Baltimore & Guests." "Our Passengers Are Our Ticket Office, Fourth & Market Station, 7th A City 339 Main 339. Phone T. J. WEST, District Foamier Atfeat. 1 Rlre, ROAD TO RUIN. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE CEMENT MADE EAgHiY. Fih c: and Market Sts. Xy. Conducted t7 the Xaverlaa Brothetn Ctaaaleal, Busjae aaa Seleatlflo Larvi Oere, Freyaraterr Deyartcaeat,Gymm KwlauklRK Peol, Well Bqmlppea mt: jaatM, otr. IIS W. SrMftway, Ilir?tU, A piece of alum melted In an iron BDOOn over a. vm-- hnf tlra makes an excellent eement for v tkw hmi, mentllnK broken Blaaaware and naments. or- - The street at night Is the school where the young are educated to be loafers, gamblers, and thieves. If you weuld have your children leara all manner of evil and become corrupt, allow them to The lists of New York churchroam the streets after dark. It is a goers give 200,000 Jews, 325,000 oertain road to ruin. Protestants and 1,250,000 Catholics. night-walke- rs ." 'QUAKER MAID' FRED ERHART 1NCORPOKATKD ARCHITECT Clean Grocery Stores. "The Best For Lew." Od'ers for $1 or more deliv any part of the city. r d to NORTON BUILDING N. W. Cirner Fmrtk aid JeffcrsM jk:b3VTITQk:y aKK!5:jKK!aKKK!JKKsaKKStKsa?:aaatKK:iiKK: irish: A.fstic A,sf. RECENT DEATHS. 8 StewastDey Goods Co In Connection With James Mc.Crewy & Co. New York. The funeral of Patrick Connolly, son of Bridget and tho lato Patrick Connelly, was held Monday morning from St. Patrick's church. He was well known In tho West End, and many friends called at tho home, 1829 Balrd street, to to the bereaved offer condolence HERMAN STRAUS rOURTH AVENUB iHCoapoxArzo SONS ( MARKET STREET mother. We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. We Specialize In MEN'S NECKWEAR , and John Farrell, aged fifty-folong a resident of tho West End, died Saturday night at- - his hefme, Surviving him 2213 Bank street. are his wife, Mrs. Delia Farrell; five sons, Joseph, Wilbert, George, Earl and Leo Farrell; two daughters, Mrs. L. Gregolro and Miss Reglna Farrell, and two sisters, Mrs. Patrick Hardy and Mrs. George Looms. The funeral was held Tuesday morning from St. Cecilia's church, attended by many mourning ur A Sale of Sample Handkerchiefs fi ferula at 55 The new fall patterns are in a large variety J of new and novel effects in stripes and all-over designs. " - - tgtttll $s?Stewart's Men's Furnishings section is con- V0n;pni!v located iust outside the Walnut street 32 entrance. You are assured prompt service and splendid selection of the best seasonable merchan J5 dise. "titStatStatStStSl FURNITURE GREENE'S STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves and Ranges ing stamps. Good Furniture at moderate- prices without trad- JAS. GREENE 415-41- 7 r With the death of William Doll, FlUJi street, St. Louis Bertrand's church loses 'another of its old and faithful members. He years old, and was seventy-seve- n for the greater part of his life had been engaged in the dry goods business, from which he had been retired for some time. Besides his wire, Mrs. Georgia A. Doll, he is survived by one daughter, Miss Catherine Doll. The funeral took place Monday morning and was attended by the Catholic Knights and COMIC OPERA. Ladies, in which society the deis being taken by ceased had been a pioneer member. Much Interest the friends of St. Martin's Sodality Club in the coming production of of Mrs. Elizabeth Spalding, widow Capt. the comic opera "Pinafore," and years an John Spalding, for many the Internal everything points to a grand suc- Revenue employe of prominent in service and cess. It will bo given at St. Mar- Irish society circles, died Wednestin's Hall, Shelby and Gray, on day afternoon at her resVle&CS-- , Sunday evening, November 19, the Eighteenth principal parts being taken by the complicationand Maple streets, of a of rtWases and the following: of Mrs. Spalding was Joseph Porter, K. C. B. Sir born at Ej&ex, Canada, seventy-tw- o Louis Hoffmann. year. rartf6. but had lived in Louis- t. Capt. Herman Corcoran ' lle practically all of her life. She Ralph Rackstraw Leo Xfe1B. is survived by four sons, John, Joseph, Prank and Charles Spalding, Dick Deadeye Theo and two daughters, Mrs. Mary Boatswain Edw,f'D. Krebs. O'Brien and Miss Agnes Spalding. Midshipm.a'te'Vfctor Bitters. Mrs. Spalding was a member of Josjmine (Captain's daughter) Sacred Heart church, from where Mlgfi Louise Wiegand. the funeral Little Buttercup Miss Loralne morning, Rev.was held yesterday Father Maloney sayPracht. ing the requlom mass. Cousin Hebe Miss Walda. 014 Sourti tl Monday morning the funeral of Thomas S. Francles was held from Rev. St. John's church, Father Schuhmann officiating at the solemn requiem mass. The deceased was thirty-on- e years old and resided at 429 East Walnut street. For years he rrad been In 'the cigar business and was widely known and popular. Surviving him are his parents, Mr. two and Mrs. L. H, Francles; brothers, Louis and George Francles, and two, sisters, Mrs. Frank Hoffler and Miss' Edna Francles. We have secured from two large importers their entire lino of Linen and Fine Cotton Handkerchiefs and at the following prices they should pell quickly, as this chance will not come again for some time, as the manufacturers of linen are almost at a standstill. You can save money buying your Christmas handkerchiefs in this sale. 500 Dozen Regular 10c Fine 750 Dozen Very Fine Imported Lawn Handkerchiefs; with Lawn Handkerchiefs; with emdainty white colored and r&fr2t9Bsra broidered corner; in white and edge; each. 5c colors; each handkerchief on a 300 Dozen Pure Linen Handsample regular card; 25c kerchiefs; with novelty colored value 15c printing; pinlc, blue and lavregular' 15c ender; values; 900 Dozen All Pure Linen each 10c Handkerchiefs; many with sheer hemstitching; white or colored; COO Dozen Very 'Sheer Lawn novelty embroidered; regular BSsLHandkerchiefs; with white or 25c to 39c values; all imported; colored embroidery; flower in each 19c comer; regular 19c and 25c values ; each 1240 240 Dozen Very Fine n 350 Dozen Jap Silk and Crepe Sample Handkerchiefs; jyithcja' de Chine Handkerchiefs and oromerecl cornjauflaj. 5oc to Dainty Colored Novelties; all 15c regular 25c values; each V9 'Oltcn 25c s- Get isSis3SB J-'S- All-Line- m2 Jn PREPAREDNESS. Down in .the''" central part of Louisiana- there is a little missionary who believes In preparedness. Ever since ho became pastor of tho mission, some years ago, it has been his chief aim to erect a Catholic school in his parish, for well he knows that without a Catholic 3chool in a bigoted town the children will soon drift away from Mother Church. Is it to our credit to have big, fine churches, but empty ones? How are those churches to bo filled but through our schools, and unless we have tho teachers of what use are' tho schools? Father Joseph Van Bok-hovIs the name of tho priest who la seeking a donation of $200 to cover the yearly salary of ono en 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. ag' Holz-knech- VOLZ& MICHAEL SHOE FITTERS TO THE FAMILY 33Q WEST MARKET Holz-knech- t. EAST MARKET STREET. voices. The choir will consist VXIiM TO UIIiTiY. of forty POLAND MADE FREE. f . starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative; Bank, to which you can' add $1.00 or more at any time. We add ajosolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention given the dXatMJUMv the depositor of $10,000. ONE DOLLAR Sixty-one-year-old German Insurance BanK Under tho Big Clock State Government Supervision. Second and Market night despite the discounting reports he predicted that the PresiHe led dent would be the grand march of Wilson supportavenue Thursday ers on Fourth night and was cheered all along the route. TAKEN HOME. Dr. Charles Ewell The Rev. Cralk, dean of Christ Church Cathedral, who lias been at the Norton Infirmary several weeks, following an automobile accident In which he and his son were seriously Injured, Is rapidly recovering, and on Monday was able to bd removed to his home near Glenview. This news brought a feeling of relief to his You'll have to hand the palm to Billy Repetto for being the most in enthusiastic Wilson supporter this district. He talked Wilson night and day and even on election The various Irish National organizations which have their central offices in New York, especially since the rebellion In Ireland, aro deeply Interested In the announcement from Berlin that Germany and Austria have the Kingdom of Poland, which was destroyed by Russia, and that Poland, with a population of 15,000,000, is destined to have .free constitution, to live an independent national life and to govern itself by chosen representatives of the Polish nation. The German Chancellor announces that the Poles are free from Russian oppression. BISHOP TO REMAIN. teacher. The parishioners are very poor, but, nevertheless, they win try to collect nmong themselves sufficient to pay the other teacher. Any donation sent to the Catholic Church Extension Society, 750 Mccormick building, Chicago, 111., for Father Van promptly forwarded to him. KXING'S GOOD Bokhoven will be If you want expert service Just call us up. Wo Iuivo never been out of dyes for ono moment since tho wnr begun and nro thorouelily equipped to liandle nil work of every description. You can rest assured If you need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Tarcel Post Service. XKlTiESXlXrGfr t INCORPORATED. BOTH STREET. RACE. PULS CLEANING 426 S. Fifth St. PHONES DYEING CO. 2635. That time comes for every man. The only way to preWord has been received In Philadelphia from Rome that Right Rov. pare for it is to save something out of what you earn and put WORTHY BENEFIT. John J. McCourt, who some time it in a savinea account at interest. ago was named as Bishop of Los Angeles, Cal., is to remain In his In A euchre and lotto will be held Boniface Hall next Tuesday St. 8AVE FOR. A HOME-SA- VE present office as Auxiliary Bishop afternoon and evening, the proceeds FOR OLD AGE of Philadelphia. This is in reSAVE AND INVEST sponse to a request made by Arch- to ce given to Miss Jennie Giles, and her countless friends and acSAVE FOR A BUSINESS OPENING-SA- VE church members and friends bishop Prendergast to have Bishop quaintances throughout FOR INDEPENDENCE. are throughout the city, many of the McCort remain in that city, where vieing with one another the city who as to We pay 3 per cent, on savings and help you In your investments. latter Catholics. For several days his services, it was said, aro can make the best showing in this UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street after the accident Dr. Craik's life needed. worthy enterprise. In all her exhung in the balance, and his recovistence Miss Giles has been ever & ery Is attributed to his remarkable CONDUCT OHIO SIISSION. ready to use her talent in aiding constitution. our different Catholic organizations The Rev. Fathers Ripple and and COLUMBIA BUILDING. FOURTH AND MAIN." members of Clark, of tho St. Louis Bertrand these charities, and thenow nobly to ANNUAL TURKEY CONTEST. are responding Capital and Surplus, $2,750,000. missionary band, are conducting a maKe a siignt return for her kindFEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Tho annual turkey contest, euchre two weeks' mission at St. Patrick's nesses. The Committee of ArrangeOhio. During ments report that they are more FREE SERVICE. snd lotto party for the benefit' of church, Columbus, Holy Cross church is announced to the mission every facility will be than pleased with the ready willingtake place on the afternoon and afforded for the instruction and ness of everyone they have apwho evening of Monday, November 27. Information of may be desirous of knowing the proached to aid them In their d in the hall at and Qive us a trial for first-cla1101-0- 3 Broadway. The men and women of teachings of the Catholic church. service. We are as EAST BROADWAY. close to you as yqur phone. Prompt service, tfay and the parish are preparing to make MARYKNOLTj. FINE VAUDEVILLE RILL. this a most enjoyable affair, and night. PACKARP CARS. Courteous and reliable will award many turkeys and gold A well known priest, Rev. Vinchauffeurs our specialty, dive us a pieces What promises to be a novel and cent A. Dover, of the archdiocese at the conclusion of the amusing evening Is being arranged of Philadelphia, has entered the games. Tickets will be twenty-fiv- e are ? accenfull7 treated without pain. Our method! lead cents, good for either euchre or by St. Philip Neri's congregation, American Foreign Missionary Semoriginal, iclentdflo and sanitary. References, the lnp phyelclana and aurgeons. lotto, and an excellent lunch will to take place at Windhorst Hall on inary at Maryknoll, Osslnlng, N. Y. Sunday evening, November 26. It Father Dever Is the youngest of Xitahllihed 1883. Both phones. Suite 308 Starks Bid;. bo served for fifteen cents, Remember SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. will 'bo on the vaudeville order, with four brothers, all priests THIRD 7X.OOR. in the sketches, skits, songs, etc., and will same archdiocese. One of these, the Both PJionea 2300. GRAND LOTTO, be under the direction of Mr. and Rev. Daniel A., was for some years DR. FRANK DAVIS AND WIFE Secretary to the Apostolic Dela A grand lotto entertainment will Mrs. Phil Spanlager. Mil Bell, assistant tion; the Rev. John B. is pastdr at be given next Thursday night in GETS SAD NEWS. ileckshervllle, and the third, Rev. Oambrlnus Hall, Shelby and Joseph P., was appointed last year for the benefit of St. Aloy-slWhere work la quickly The sad newg was received Mon- to thd pastorate of Tremont. Father Where tho home Is church at Pewee Valley. The brightest; dose; day afternoon by James B. Doherty, Dever's entrance at Maryknoll camo Rev. Father Boes, pastor of the Where the work Where cooktag seem church, hopes to meet many of his of Jeffersonville that his uncle, as a surprise to his lightest; real fua; friends on this occasion, When vaK Patrck Doherty, who had frequently and to his host of friends in and especially country visited and was known to many in around Philadelphia. The American Where the meal uable prizes, Where baking- give WVMMH m" b products, will bo awarded. This that city, had died from injuries Foreign Mission Society is made up cooked best; The Beit Straight Whisky On Earth struggling congregation has worked suffered when struck by an electric of secular priests from various dio- Where the raage standa Where drudge la out ot manfully and Is obliged to make car at Hamilton, Ohio, his home. ceses of this country. It numbers the test sight any and every effort and sacrifice The deceased was eighty years old. at present eight priests, and has an That's where the That's where enrollment of twenty students in the to meet the different expenses, and "Quick Meal" eomes "Quick Meal" come philosophy and theology, with thirty AVHAT MISSIONAKIES NEED. INCORPORATED to keep the good cause going la. 1h. preparatory school near In its Father Boes hopes many will conSole OvasrnjiReiatered Dit. Is'o. 32 One way to help the missions is Scranton. tribute their mite on this occasion. Quick Meal Gaa Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Reooramaaded to secure church goods for priests Main Street. Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 ST. PATRICK'S. in charge of missionary districts of TRAY FOR DEAD. AJ. 215 the country. Many of the ljttlq Tho ladies of St. Patrick's conW. MARKET ST The annual pilgrimage of the chapels are without the necessary Catholics of tho city to St. Louis articles for tho celebration of mass, gregation invite everybody to their and St. Michael's cemeteries in cele- and then) Is hardly a mission chapel euchre and lotto party to bo held 1 1"H"M"H"H 1 H"t" bration of All Souls' day was held that can boast of having a benedict- Monday night in the school hall M. J. BANHOH, LAWRENCE P. BANXGN, JR., J. VEENEHAN, ion- outfit. at Thirteenth and Market. Thwo Sunday afternoon and brought out You can form your own Idea ot will be many handsome awards and Pr . t Hjr. Vict Prtt. & TriH. a great throng of people to offer SHfiufy. prayers for the dead. The day was how ""rich" our missions are when also a consolation prize. The hostyou are told that there aro over esses for the evening will bef warm and bright and the services Saral Patton, William MurImpressive. At St Michael's there 41K priests in need of vestments, was the usual procession and at in- and over 150 in need of elboria. phy, Thomas Keenan and Misses tervals chanting "by a special choir. A set of vestments will cost from Margaret Manlon and Mayme " Sewer aad Culvert Pipe, The sermon was preached by one of $12 up and a clborlum will cost the fathers from St. Joseph's $15. Which of these articles are Saaaea's Pateat Lidded Pipe fer Steam Cenrfaits, you going to send a missionary ROWLING GREEN WEDDING. s church. priest? No matter how small your Wail Capiat Draia Tile, Tifce IrkK, J. gift may be, you may be sure it will Much Interest is felt in Bowling RBN SAND RBTURWS Fire Preefiae;, Flae LialagV Fire Brick T help to lighten the burden of some Green society circles in the apCrate aad Beiler Tile, Greaa Fire Clay, Ckimaey . little missionary and be the cause proaching marriage of Miss , Mary B.en UV'Sand, who has been here of' .makiag, Mm ,iuppy, foe a little Aspley and Fraak KIsterJU.-- both to aid hi - the .. 'ot . OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON VM 4 left yesterday while atJlwwi4u Whatever, .your ,da&-tio- popular young pople of that city. " 'HOMPHONKOITYS73-1786."-'OlMB.Men tathe The wcddlng-.wlllbe eolemnld the jy.ibe; send it morning terehha to Detroit; whe he is stationed in the Government Catholic Church Extension Society, latter part of the month at St. JoWORKS '13th RBd Brack. aadMazKolia Ave.. Bet. 9th and iQtb.' X Father Immigration Department. Mrs. 760 MeCormiok building, Chicago, seph's church, the . Rev. w Sand will remain here a few weeks 111., where it will be gratefully re Thomas J. Hayes performing the ! fr ? 1 11 "H- -t 1 11 mt ,? ceremony. longer visiting relatives and friends. ceived. J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN Favorable comments are being heard on all sides concerning the remarkable race made by Ben W. Kling for member of tho Board of Education. With an organization of personal friends alone, and opposed by tho entire dally press and commercial organizations, he received over 13,000 votes, which is a record for an independent. Louisville, Ky. HUVUrmMHHUtWHmiHUUUmUVWHMMMmWHtmUM . r - JNU MURE PAY DAYS! - Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. ennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FIDELITY COLUMBIA TRUST CO. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. sssssssscKo & cs VVMVVVVVM'& AUTOS AND TAXIS ss i Thirty-secon- FOR HIRE Gorns and All Foot Troubles ca. ,v Bbbbbbbbbbh Chawk & Smith Awto Co. 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