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Kentucky Irish American: November 18, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916111801_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: November 18, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 FURNITURE GO TO for Wm. F.Mayer 413 W. Market. Kentucky Irish American NO. 21. Cathedral, where the funeral was held Wednesday morning. The pallbearers wore solected from the Legion and were Gen. John B. Macpherson, Capt. Col. Thomas J. Wood, Col. David Gray, Capt. Ben P. Gray, Judge Samuel B. Klrby, Sergt. Willis Green, Capt. W. I. Hunt and Capt, George Lee. Cas-tlema- n, EI Nomo Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVIL LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1916. j... I PRICE FIVE CENTS. n DOMINICANS HProm All II ..... ... ..,s ,, iL X trr'f? ?' V ? ,'s 7w?? . ..X- "V, saaeg'W'w'iwi m iTi , ,,,- ' .s.VM vJi - r iV 'Ai 7 ',. ..? &.. Parts ofjthc Country '"Celebrating Seven Hundredth Anniversary. GREAT IRISH BAZAR. , ,. timUAAlAAAAJLkJLAjL.tA.lL.M V a Treasurer Thomas Hughes Kelly reports a profit of $45,000 from tho great bazar at Opened Tuesday When Cardinal MadisonIrish relief fund New York Square Garden, " ,v IMBV Ponti-Hci',. .. V .... City, which ended on October 26. Gibbons Celebrated More than 4,000 workers united High Mass. actively to bring about this gratifying result, about of .. these being of Irish blood and the M x others largely-oConsignor Shahan Reviews His- Considering the Gorman extraction.' adverse conditions which 'confronted tho committee It , tory and Pays Tribute to ,, jBBBBBBSbbBBmSBBBBhBBBbBBBBBbBBBBBBBV' conservatively may be said that the Order.. bazar was a most noteworthy success from the moral as well as the S standpoint. Tho excelfinancial ". lence of the exhibits, the tone of i ,, THE CIVIC ORDER TOMORROW the entertainment, tho high charac" V 'Sfe-'lftSter of the entire enterprise reflected great credit upon all . who partici. k 43S! Probably pated so actively in it. , greatest success from the point WM$?$f?m&J?&ei3!$! " With clergy from all parts of the the view of nlT,,., .' of tho Board of Directors country In attendance, a five-d700th anni- is the propagandist work for tho of the celebration MOVING BIG HOUSES BY WATER versary of the founding of tho patriotic, intellectual and industrial Treasurer in Ono of the Panama Pacific Exposition buildings being moved to a new setting by water. A number Dominican order of tho Catholic movements able Ireland. Kelly to report that the of the exposition structures aro being transplanted id this manner. church was begun at tho Dominican generalwas has of Studies, Brookland, D. C, received fund, which he parts actually of this from various Tuesday morning. terms of duty at f he home, preThe ceremonies opened with the country, including tho bazar -profits, cisely as they do in other routine now amounts to $183,000. There celebration of Pontifical high mass, have been collected In various lo1 of the army." celebrated by Cardinal Gibbons in calities throughout the country at Tho sermon was tho chaDel. RECENT DEATHS. has least $50,000 additional Dreached by Mgr. Thomas Shahan, not yet been forwarded to which The him. the Catholic University of rector of The death of Mrs. Crescentla he America, in the course of which he Treasurer reported further that sum Cowardly Forces Lead Attack Wagner, aged t, removes "Will Now See Real Party Fight Dominicans for tho high had already sent to Ireland tho praised tho from St. Ann's parish a highly esBetween Roosevelt and during the of $80,000. on the Sisters of Charity order of their work teemed member. Mrs.. Wagner had seven centuries. Johnson. Washington. at CIIAPIjAIX'S TRIBUTE. been ill for some time and sucExcept for a meeting to be held cumbed Monday night. Her funeral ut Poll's Theater on Thursday afterThere is no doubt that, from a took place Thursday morning, Rev. noon at 3:30 o'clock to which the view, the border general public was invited, tho cele- Catholic point of much to broaden Object to Their Employment as Father Hill celebrating the mass of German-AmericaCatholicaml duty has requiem. bration was wholly ecclesiastical, tho minds done many toward, the of Labor Vote Myth Dead consisting of mass every morning at Nurses in Soldiers' church. The Catholic chaplain of Tho funeral of Mrs. Mary J. the Dominican College. Forever. Home. Cantwell, who resided at 342 East mass Tuesday morning, a Massachusetts reglnlent reports Before following incident: 10 o'clock, there tho Oak street, took place yesterday which began at a "While talking recently morning from St. Paul's church, atwas a procession of those partici- chaplain from Pennsylvaniawithwbo It tended by many' mourning friends pating in the celebration. take a marched out the front door of the had occasion toto straighten furlough of Military Institution Governed and relatives. Mrs. Cantwell was What Has Become of A. T. llert, thirty days out some tho widow of William Cantwell and Champion Prcdictcr of college, across the front lawa and church, by Itulcs of United States parish, he was seventy-thre- e years old." She Into the chapel by the side door. said to mat'ers in his have never Campaign? me, 'Father, I Arm j'. priests, in their is survived by several children, all The Dominican my life wished that I was a grown. robes of white, led tho procession, in I followed in turn by the Franciscan Catholic priest until now.' ho asked why such a statement and said, Tuesday morning the funeral of and the secular priests. fathers Mgr. Shahan reviewed the history 'I feel that the only man who can SIGNAL TRIBUTE TO THE SISTERS Mrs. Carpllno Koertner, widow of G. 0. P. WORKERS POORLY PAID any good in the army Is the of tho Catholic church and the do Nicholas Koertner and mother of morning,' he Dominican order, describing tho dif- Catholic priest. This only had one Miss Sophia Koertner and August tho early continued, 'while I ficulties under which and Frank J. Koertner, was held hundred men at my service, tho Un-lmembers of tho order worked. Tho fact that Sisters of Charity from St. Anthony's church, where their knees by The next battle to be fought in tho protection of tho Holy See, Catholics were on by, and nothing are employed as nurses in tho for many years she' had been a reg- the political arena is to be for coneyes, the thousand close he said, the order became tho communicant. Mrs. Koertner trol of the Republican party Impressed me more than the piety Soldiers' Homo In Washington, ular seventy-tw- o oars and voice of tho Catholic and devotion manifested. I had to and the was years old, and for church in Southern France, and go home because some few of my p. C, has led to an attack of the the past twelve yeprs had been an contestants aro to bo Hiram Johnthe order has worked constantly parish had criticized me for going A. P. A. forces on tho management Invalid at her home, 2303 West son, of California, and Theodore Roosevelt, of,.Oyster Bay. The odds and efficiently during all these years with the troops, as they thought-i- t of that institution. .Jt has been Marketstreett"''"1'"""" " will b'e oh Johnson because of the directing men along tho lines of unnecessary, but if over tho pres- represented by tho bigots that the home has "fallen into of oigher. life. Saturday evening the soul of Mrs. tact that the old Republican leaders ence of a minister was needed, it is the Roman Catholics," the hands relike Barnes and Penrose will lino with the The Dominicans, ho continued, among so many men away tiave always been loaders, even, in hero the influence of home. Be- sult that Protestant inmates aro Bridget O'Donnell Thomas, wife of up with tho new leader In preferArthur L. Thomas, 715 North Thirty-t- ence to their permanent enemy, theology, which they have made a from he said, 'it has opened my neglected, if not actually street, passed into eternal Roosevelt. Tho National Tribune of Wash Another element sure science, and their contributions to sides,'to the patriotism of tho Caththe architectural and artistic world eyes I came hero narrow, and I ington, in an editorial appearing in rest, followinga a brief illness. Mrs. to back Johnson to pretty near a olics. native of this city, man aro the Progressive voters who Thomas was recent issue, shows the utter are well known. bigoted, after a Ho offered the Dominicans the must Iconfess seen from but Cath- falsity and absurdity of these the daughter of the late Hugh have turned their back on Rooseyou have what Besides her husband velt for his traitorous desertion, and charges, and explains the reason O'Donnell. congratulations of tho Catholic Uni- olics I as versity of America on this tho 700th Atlantichave become as broad off the for the employment of religious she leaves a son, William Thomas, this support behind Johnson will my nurses in the institution a reason and one daughter. ocean, and I take Miss Lillian carry the deciding strength. Proanniversary of tho birth of the I am,' said he, 'a memThomas; also a brother, Joseph gressives throughout tho United The Dominican order, ho hat to you. tho patriotic organiza that is a signal tribute to the order. of all devotedness of our Cath- O'Donnell, and a sister, Miss Agnes States were pulling for Johnson to went on, has been a glorious pro- ber my town, organizations olic Sisterhoods. The editor of the O'Donnell. tions The funeral was held a man in tho recent election and cession of architects and artists, whose in always preachmembers Tuesday morning from St. Cecilia's his big vote in California showed und nowhere could be found a bet- ing Americanism aroand patriotism, National Tribune writes: ter, more able or more learned body yet out of "There has been so much distor- church, where sho had been a life- that he was equally popular at we got only home. Johnson has issued a statethan tho followers of St. Dominic. six recruits. allI these my congrega tion, exaggeration and misrepre long member. In regard to the ment since the election blaming Tho scene in the chapel was an tion two Sundaystold ago tho sight I sentation Washington, D. Soldiers' Three days' illness of grip caused Major Gen. Otis, of the Los Angeles impressive one. Tho Cardinals and saw on Sunday in your camp, how Home at C, that a the death of Mrs. Matilda Wlrth, Times, the bitter opponent of union Bishops in their robes of red were rather extended statement seems beloved wife of Philip Wlrth, Sr., labor, for being leader of tho Reon either side of tho altar, tho Do- thousands of Catholics knelt on the necessary. ground at your services bareheaded; "In the first place, different from 1210 Logan street. Mrs. Wlrth was publican faction that drove tho Prominicans in their white robes on I told them about the chapel you a native of thisv city and before her gressives away from Hughes. Other either side of the aisle, and tho Siscamp, and how service all other soldiers' homes, that at ters, in black, in tho rear. Tho had in tho every morning and at- Washington is not a Government in- marriage was Miss Matilda Braun. leaders gavo their view of the Caliwas held stitution, but belongs to the soldiers Besides her husband she leaves two building was draped on the outside result, tho one not yet tended by a goodly number of the of the regular army. Tho Govern- sons, Philip Wirth, Jr., and Frank fornia is that but tho Rough Rider, Issued of with tho national colors, men, and then when I ment makes no appropriation for its C. Wlrth; two daughters, Mrs. Ed- and Wednesday was "University day," officers and when it comes you will read a Mgr. John Bonzano, tho Apostolic thought of myself and other Prot- support and maintenance. It is ward Breuggemann and Mrs. Will-la- Btzzling roast of Johnson by RooseWalter; two brothers, John and velt, the latter to claim that John-Bo- n celebrating Pontifical estant chaplains like me who could bultt and is maintained by contriDelegate, hundred men knifed Hughes, not that Tiigh mass and Peter Guilday, Ph. muster only a few my office to wor- butions from men in the regular Andrew Braun, and two sisters, Mrs. ns a army. and Mrs. Frank Te'Hdy cared for that, but he hopes Rosle Wernert D., professor of church history of ship I feel as if chaplain amounted to nothing. You Zeapfel. The funeral took place to hurt Johnson with tho G. O. P. "The Soldiers' Home is the result tho Catholic University, preaching are blessed,' he continued, 'because higher officers Wednesday morning from St. Vin- leaders and moneyed men. the effort of tho sermon. you have a Colonel and officers who of tho army for tho many years to es- cent de Paul's church, of which the Tho students' celebration occu- give the example to tho men, but of It was repeatedly asserted in pied tie third day, Friday. A wo have no encouragement from tablish an institution where the dis- deceased was a highly esteemed these columns that some of the campaign chairmen were pursuing a was held. theological disputation abled and invalid soldiers could be member. He will o the wisp when they spoke Rev. R. Walker, of Piedmont, W. our officers.' went furtherhe stated supported. homo would 'when he Mrs. Catherine Carroll, beloved of corralling tho labor vote, the Va., being defendant of tho thesis that "The specific charges that are respect Carroll, n and Rov. John Welsh, of Chester, have more nobody for the Catholics made and widely circulated all over wife of Michael J. released 2229 Catholic vote, the question tho country are that the home Is in High street, was could from vote, the vote, etc., A dissertation and that Pa., the objector. was read by Rev. O. Merchants, of their patriotism or loyalty In bis tho hands of the Roman Catholics, earthly suffering Wednesday after- and the results demonstrate that " who control everything, to the noon, after a lingering iuness borne voters as a whole do not vote In Cleveland, and the oepning address presence.' and fortitude. bulk according to their race, religprejudice of the .Protestants. It is with resignation was by Rev. Basil Saylor, of Columesasserted that the adherents of that Mrs. Carroll was held in high deep ion or occupation. In tho big cities bus. Ohio. like Chicago, Now York and PhilaReligious Orders day will close church have taken complete control teem in the West End, where of the home; that none but Cath- sympathy is felt for tho bereaved delphia Wilson did not even get his tho celebration tomorrow, when Besides her share of the union labor vote olics can get any favors; that the husband and children. Provincials of all the religious mail is controlled by Catholics, who husband sho is survived by four the appeals of Sam Gompers and congregations in the labor leaders, embarrass the deliver' of papers daughters, Mrs. Mary Hedes, of and other would-b- o United States aro expected to take Margaret who profess to deliver something in and other literature to the Inmates, Jeffersonvllle; Mrs. Tart. Mothers of all the comthe Misses Florence and every election that they haven't got, especially of the hospital; that munities of nuns have been inAnna Carrol; a son, John Carroll, the nation-wid- e periodsummary by the those who take vited. Tho Very Rev. Alphonsus and New York Michael the same icals aro marked for disfavor; that and two brothers, Donlon, President of Georgetown University, will celebrate high mass the surgeon in charge of the hos- Thomas Dovaney. The funeral takes report from every 'section, and that pital is a Catholic; that employes place this morning from St. Cecilia's was tho union labor vote did not and the Rev. Paschal Robinson, rally to Wilson. The same applied of the home are refused appoint- church. "Franciscan historian, will preach. n vote, they to the ments and opportunities for extra Representative John J. FitzCELEBRATION. ATTENDS voting according to their party pringerald, of Now York, will preside favors unless thoy are of that ciples. In Milwaukee, where the church; that priests and nuns are at Sunday afternoon's celebration. Very Rev. T. L. Crowloy, Prior of predominate, quartered in the building to the "W. Bourko Cockran, of Now York, church, left Wilson carried the city by over exclusion of veteran inmates; that St. Louis Bertrand's is scheduled to speak on "Repreevening for Washington to 7,000. In Hoboken, where there in the Sunday Catholic services prevail sentative Institutions, One of St. celebration of aro more Germans in proportion chapel to tho prejudice of Prot- attend tho national Dominic's Contributions to Civilizaestant services; that tho nursing Is the seventh centennary of the Do- than Milwaukee, Wilson carried tho tion;" Charles J. Bonaparte, former done by Catholic Sisters, who show minican order, in which all of the city despite the fact that tho ReSecretary of tho Navy, on "Work favors to the Catholics and dis leading dignitaries of the church in publican leaders had flooded tho of St. Dominic and tho World ToAmerica took part. town with appeals- to the German day," and William J. Kearns, of favors to the Protestants, etc. voters to vote aaglnst Wilson. In "The plain truth is the home Is Newark, N, J., on "Tho Catholicity n Maryland, where the AMERICAN FEDERATION. a strictly military institution govof Dominican Activity." vote is estimated at 40,000, erned by the rules and regulations of the United States army, which The American .Federation of La- Wilson received 134,216, with a OAPT. SOIIAN DEAD. annual plurality of 20,521. knows no political party, no race, bor opened its thirty-sixt- h BEN BECKMAN. uatnouc voie, Capt. Joseph M. Sohan, who nor sectarian, denominations. convention on Monday at Baltimore, As for tho Democratic Candidate "It is managed very much aa a where it will be in session for two the results in tho Western States served with distinction In the old VictoriousBoard of Councllmen. by will convince one that the Catholics For camp or garrison is, with justice weeks. Invocations were offered Louisville Legion, died early Monto all and no Cardinal Gibbons and Bishop John weren't voting as a political unit and impartiality day morning at Sts. Mary and BUILDING RAPIDLY. favors to any. Tho men are old Gardner Murray, of tho Protestant against Wilson. In 1912 the comElizabeth Hospital, following a two e vote Tho now St. Dennis churcb and regulars, and through force of habit Episcopal diocese of Maryland, The bined weeks' illness of Brlght's disease. n years old and school building as well as the rec If nothing else the rules and habits two prelates greeted each other showed a plurality of 13,000 over He was had lived in this city all of his life. tory, on tho Cano Run road, of of a garrison dominate everywhere. heartily when they were escorted to Wilson. This year Wilson's plur"There is no question raised as the platform. The membership of ality is 27,336. The Government Formerly Capt. Sohan was connect- which the Rev. A. C. Zoeller is religious census shows that 73 per ed with his father in the firm of to be the pastor, are rapidly n ear- to a man's nativity, politics, race He ing completion, and it is expected or relielou. any more than there Is Jon September 30, the close of the cent, of Montana church going peoSohan & Sons, manufacturers. In New In attained the rank of Major in the that before- many weeks Father .'"- -l a cams In the fleld. ah .or me lyear, an increase of about 125,000 ple aro Roman Catholics. . In over !. ' ll vote comthe previous year ana oi more Mexico the Legion and was widely known and Zoeller can take up his residence The sur- than 1,800,000 in the nineteen bined in 1913 exceeded Wilson's by ecteemed. Capt. Sohan made his there, This latest church has been charge, are Protestants. home with hie brother; George M. named St Denis in honor of Right geon and his assistants are mem-ibe- years of its existence. There are 6.000. This year Wilson carries of the medical corps of the 21,711 local unions in the ' federa- the State by 3,000. Of the church Sohan, 726 South Sixth street, and' Rev. Dente O'Dooaghue, Bishop of State federations. going people Catholics comprise regular army, and take regular tion and forty-fiv- e a regular communicant ai tne Louisville. al three-fourths ;5' t??cV & 's .i;' V 3 &, T s f 'f:M; I,, f . .. )Ci ! . S '&8Bffes.! '.'. .&&&rg& ay . S A. P. A. REPUBLICANS fifty-eigh- n, , er "- hird v ng m and considered by many tho deciding State, hero are the figures: The combined vote in 1912 was 287,524, giving a plurality over Wilson of 4,088. This year unofficially Wilson receives a plurality of 3,278. Of the religious denominations in California Catholics, according to tho last Government census, comprise 68 per cent.( the next two being Methodists with -- ..,6 per cent, and Presbyterians with 6.2 per cent. All of this shows that tho Catholic voto supposed to have been corralled against Wilson was a bugaboo, Just as were tho n labor and votes. Many anxious voters have been looking in the Louisville Herald for n an statement of National Republican Committeeman A. T. Hert, the new Republican Moses in this section, who was the Chairman of tho entire West, and who gavo out dally Interviews of how the South and West were going for Hughes, and asked everyone to be sure and stick a pin In his prediction, especially in regard to Kentucky, his homo State. Instead of sticking the pin in his prediction many voters stuck the pin in his election bubblo and with the bursting of that bubblo It is rumored that away went tho promise of Ambassadorship to the Court of St. James in London, this being the prize Mr. Hert was working for. This will bring Mr. Hert back to local politics again, and this has set the Axton men to worrying, as they probably figure that Hert, if not wanting to run for Mayor himself, will want to pick one of tho old guard Republicans, and Axton does not como In that list. Hert's decision In that matter will be final, as tho Chilton-Searc- y machino will abide by that decision because of tne campaign barrel that Millionaire Hert would probably donate or raise. Tho local Republican dictators can't afford to take any chances as there Is a long winter ahead with few of their brethren In tho Postofflce and Custom House to kick in for next year, as they had fondly hoped in the event of Hughes' election. Along this line it Is charged that many of the Republican ward' work ers are disgruntled over the small pittance received election day, some of them exhibiting checks for $1.25 for their day's work, which is hardly enough to fill the bottom of the old dinner pall tho G. O. P. used to talk about. On the other hand some of tho friends of the machine leaders say that you. could hardly blame tho money handlers for following out the old adage, "A bird in the hand Is worth two in tho bush." Here is a pretty good problem for tho next Republican class that gathers over there on Walnut street. If $40,000 is allotted to Kentucky and the greater proportion of that to Louisville, how much Is left over after paying tho workers ?1.25 each? This little problem Bhould show some mighty apt pupils and wo will agree to publish the winning answers free of charge. Many are wondering If Marshall Bullitt, Joe Conkllng, Henry Fox and others who put In a hard day's work at the polls received those checks for $1.25, the latter sum being hardly enough to pay for the pie and good things that Mr. Bullitt put away at his station In the Ninth ward. Anyway many a valiant Republican worker will not be on the firing line next year, some because of the small check for services rendered, while others can't see why they should bo expected to use a lot of their energy and time for Axton, a loser of four years ago, and just as in the fields of sport they know a loser can't come back. Taft-Roosev- 88.7 per cent, in Now Mexico. In Nevada tho vote exceeded Wilson's in 1912 by 1,000. This time Wilson carries tho State by 2,606. Of the church going people in Nevada the Catholics comprise 66.7 per cent. Practically the fiamo result is shown In Arizona, where the Catholics comprise 66.2 per cent. In California, which is In the limelight very much just now Taft-Roosev- IRELAND Sir Edward Carson to Make a More Active Campaign For Conscription. American Visitors Arc Tracked and Closely Watched Wherever They Go. Attempt to Clear Capt. Colthurst la Regarded as Only a Whitewash. DESTROYS HUMANE German-America- THOUGHTS after-electio- From Larne, Ireland, tho Irish Press and News Service receives Intelligence from J. H. Donnelly that throughout tho Nationalist and Orantrn sections nf itm WnrtVi sldo of Belfast recruiting figures for both classes aro being closely scrutinized by the active agents of Elr Edward Carson, who intends to make a more active campaign for conscription at the opening "of tho year. So far an I cjin innm h canvass will show that for every nvo or bIx Unionists sent to tho front only one Nationalist has gone. Much feeling has beon engendered Dy ine stuay oi tne recruiting lists. Unionists and loyalists declare thoy Will not anneal to thnlr foltmrnro any longer. A stranger in Ireland must exercise great caution In meeting per sons. Espionage is severo and all closely American visitors aro tracked and watched. Your occupation must bo proven or you will be deported. No tourists are wanted or welcome and tho resorts havo badly So many have been prosuffered. secuted under the defense of tho realm act that tho war is discussed In whispers and when a stranger approaches tho group will break up. are about the same as in America, but wages are scarcely half what they are in Now York or Chicago. d A loaf of bread costs twenty-tw- o cents. Tea, tho favorito drink in tho Irish homo, costs sixty cents a pound. Good woolen garments aro scarce. four-poun- High food cost and tho scarcity of good food Is tho talk and worry of all tho poor people. Tho prices In some of tho small towns, where nearly every person Is a Sinn Felner or an advanced Nationalist, the returned soldier has a hard time of It. No ono dares to employ him. Ho was a hero early In tio war; now ho is charged with betraying Ireland for tho benefit of England. The London Post has Bent correspondents to tho towns affected and guarantees the existence of the unhappy conditions deI have oven seen crippled scribed. soldiers refused hospitality among a people usually kind and gonorous. Tho war has destroyed, for tho tlmo being at least, many humane thoughts. Every section of Ireland is execu roused by tho Portobello tions of the pacifist Skeffington and tho shooting of tho boy Coade. This cruel murder of four men and a boy has done moro to shock the sense of justice in Ireland than the execution of Sir Roger Casement. The officers of tho Royal Iilsh Rifles aro notoriously cruel to prisoners and tho attempt to clear Capt. Colthurst on tho ground of insanity Is regarded as a whiteDickson and Mclntyro, tho wash. other two editors killed by order of tho samo forces, took no part in tho revolution. address at John Redmond's Waterford Is curiously regarded in Ulster. His denial of favoring partition does not agree with tho fact and he has been condemned at many Ulster Nationalist meetings. On the other hand ho is given credit for heading off conscription, which Is dreaded moro I than any other proposition. passed Redmond at a railway station in tho West. He bears evidence of great anxiety and appears before tho Irish public but rarely. So far as I can learn ho is not making any personal appeal for recruits. SACRED German-America- Irish-Americ- an or-de- rs de-gp- lte -- s anti-Cathol- ic Times-carryin- g HEART. German-America- German-America- ns REV. B. H. WESTERMANN. Will Celebrate on Thanksgiving Day twenty-fiv- e years' pastorate oi ai. Mary's church. CAUSES SERIOUS ALARM. -- - German-America- ea Republican-Progressiv- fifty-seve- - -- Taft-Roosev- I rs I 1 Commenting upon the recent appointments for Ireland, the Irish Catholic says it is to bo hoped that lately Lieut. Gen. Bryan Mahon, i.nmm.nnHir of tho British forces on the Western frontier In Egypt, and now appointed to succeea juajor as comGen. Sir John Maxwell mander of tho British forces in Ireland, will use his extensive powers with the utmost wiBdom and discretion. Tho times require this, for in addition to tho political troubles which are agitating tho country and which call ror a speeuy ana just settlement, tho enormously high price of foodstuffs Is everywhere causing the most serious alarm. The Irish potato crop, it has also been reported, has been attacked with another blight which may cause a great deal of suffering amd misery. The Sacred Heart church congregation was glad to welcome back last Sunday tho pastor, Rev, Patrick Walsh, who had been on a vacation for the first tlmo in many years. Father Walsh visited In tho East and California, where ho was both pleased and surprised with what he saw and tho progress of the pebple everywhere. But after all, ho said, that whllo the West was a great nnd glorious country, tho Sacred Heart parish was still tho spot he loved best and ho was glad to be home. Father Walsh enjoyed his trip, a fact borne out by his robust and splendid appearance. CATHOLIC ALUMNAE. has been Complete preparation made for tho second biennial con atlon of Catholic Alumnae, to be held In Baltimore beginning Thursday, November 23, and ending the following Sunday. Sunday morning: the convention in a body will assist at a solemn high mass in the Cathedral, sung by tbe rector, Mgr. WJ11-ia- m by Cardinal Gibbons. The federation has 25,000 women members. A. Fletcher, and presided over O 00 'i u JBZJ&NTXJ&ECrsr Xj6ISH: aJMDBKtIOAJ:. -- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 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It not only robs tho race and tho nation, but brutalizes tho Individual by stultifying the natural dealro The nation and for parenthood. tho racCkjwant all tho children they can get. God wants saints to serve Him and eventually bo happy with Him. Wo must fight poverty, but wo daro not fight nature, which is birth-control s gs - Our sympathy is extended to the local Baptist papers, who espoused and hoped for tho election of Jusa ho waB tice Hughe3 hecauso Baptist and would be tho first President of that faith. IUGHT AMERICAN SPmiV. This union suit is mado of heavy ribbed fleeced n balbrlggan, with front, closed crotch; the suits have slight imperfections that are hardly noticeable, and which do not detract from their value in any way; tho quantity is very limited and may last for only one day; at, each 70c one-butto- long and short sleevo undershirts and drawers; all sizes; per garment B9c E5" Seamless, fast black, flbro silk socks; high spliced heel and doublo sole; seconds to tho 35c Tinntrtr trl.ltA (Ifln.nrl nwiij nmw uovuvu, m.iIaIaiI I.ml.Kj.. Uiuuuicu lauiusuu WU, Underwear 35c Fibre Silk Socks quality; all sizes; per pair. aro tho mill-ru- n; birth-contr- ol 1 Men's $100 Heavy Union Suits 25c E . unbleached, fine ribbed suits, with closed crotch; a strictly first quality; offered in all 35c Striped Silk Socks Theso striped'socks; largo selections to select from; full, seamless Bilk- - - Offered in unbleached and also white bleached daughter. Miss Mayme Bender, to zz closed ss crotch and heavy balbrlggan; mado with....$1.15 $4.50 Heavy Sweater Coats Raymond McDonald, the marriage collaretto neck; all sizes C Heavy d to take placo at St. Frances of sweater coats; God. 7 November El Nomo Min' 50c Fleece-Line- d with lareg shawl collar and pockets; all sizes Underwear Is a distorted and strels in Dixie Land, St. Leo's Hall, Rome church on Thanksgiving day. Yeager colored, heavy, d Oxford gray, priced nt shirts and $3.00 abnormal theory. Viewed from tho Highland Park, for benefit of new Announcement has been made of drawers; in all sizes; per garment 30c Navy blue, priced at.... : .$3.50 standpoint of science and logic it is school. the engagement of Otto Volt, of 28 Euchre and and Miss Clara Brauiv, I unprincipled and impracticable. In of November Bertrand's Church lotto Debt St. Louis IIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilJl and tho light of morality it is a crimo Association, afternoon and evening. daughter of Mr.Fulton. Mrs. Wendell Their marBraun, of Port and an abomination in tho sight of turkey riage will be solemnized at St. AnNovember 27 Annual contest and euchre and lotto, Holy thony's church on November 29, tho SOCIETY DIRECTORY B. X. O'R. God. peace."d and Rev. Father Auer officiating. Cros3 Hall, Broadway. UPHOLD OLD IDEALS. SIIOULD CALL HALT. November 28 Euchre and lotto Cullen, who left Miss Eulalla If yon want expert servico Just call us up. Wo havo never been ohb. by Holy Name Society of St. Agnes this week to make her homo In Cinof dyes for ono moment since tho war begun and aro thoroughly A. O. H. and correwriters g Unbiased suffragists can church, afternoon and evening. Tho cinnati, was honor guest Saturday cqnipped to liandlo all work of every description. You can rest assnrcdJ spondents all agree that thero is not understand why so many fait if you need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery, Parcel Posfr November 28 Turkey euchro and afternoon at a theater party, which DIVISION 1. tho following: Misses Service. not much love lost between this and intelligent men aro opposed to lotto by Mackln Council, evening included Eulalla Cullen, Gertrude Zeisor, Meets Fourth Thursday, LIcderkranz country and England, John Bull's their cause. They arguo that the only. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. November 29. Thanksgiving so- Inez Bannon, Minna Peters, Addle citizens sneering at America and tho ballot will not take woman from President Mark Ryan. cial by Young Ladies' Sodality of Yost, Florence Enlow, Ellolo War"blawsted Yankees" constantly. Tho tho home, as it will require only St. Ann's church, afternoon and ren, Nell Raabe, Mary Frost and Vice President W. L. Cushlng. Annetta Strassberg. blacklist of our merchants, followed a few minutes of her tlmo to cast evening. Recording Secretary Daniel McINCORPORATED. Carthy. by an impudent answer to our her vote. It is not becauso the EntertainDecember BOTH In the presence of many friends 3S. 426 S. Fifth St. Secretary Louisville, Ky Edward Financial protest, the rifling of our mails for suffrago will take woman's time ment, "Jollies of 1916," auspices of the marriage of Miss Katherine stealing our trade from tho homo that so many oppose local Elks for Christmas charities. Bannon and Joseph R. Barrett, well Clancy. tho purpose of Treasurer Thomas Keenan. 1 January Ladies' Sewing known and popular residents of Com., Bullions and Callonsrs Itrmovrd Without Pni. secrets, means that the British Gov it. It is becauso it will tend to Society Sorgeant-at-Arm- s James English. annual charity euchro and with was solebhlzed Ingrown and Abnormal Treated. ernment will wage a commercial take something as infinitely precious lotto for St. Anthony's Hospital, Sentinel Tim Lyons. nuptial high mass Thursday mornwar on the United States at tho as It is practically indefinable, Phoenix Hill Hall, afternoon and ing at St. Augustine's church. Rev. DIVISION 3. closo of the conflict, and before something in tho relation of man evening. Father Halpin was tho officiating country and woman that tho modern family clergyman. The happy couple left First and third Friday, Hibernian too much harm Is done this 0 Homo, Portland. and after should stop at all costs the robbery can ill spare. It Is because it will CtCoJwCbC8SglwPCTCKMMOCK8jPiwJslfc8CpCW for a short bridalbo trip,home at 411 INSTRUMENTS STERILIZED at November 20 will President Lawrence J. Mackey. of our mails. tend to Introduce into tho homo a Vice President John J. Riley. Both Phoaen 1120 East Front street. 500.7 Starha Building: Secretary John J. Financial fruitful causo of contention, a dan A LESSON. TAUGHT Announcement has been made of Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. gcrous source of friction and a C83SSS8CeC82&$$S33C8&ggKKi THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT Recording Secretary the marriage of Miss Agnes FlanaMatthew latent menace to domestic harmony tho Methodist Over in Iowa gan and Charles F. Flnnegan, which O'Brien. Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Fischer took placo recently at ' St. Louis church went into politics by offi It is becauso It will tend to take Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s from the homo tho old ideal of have been visiting in Chicago this Bertrand's church. Tho brfdo is M. Kalaher. cially indorsing at its conferences past week. prominent and popular in Catholic Sentinel Thomas Noon. one candidate for Governor and the womanly woman, equal to man has been an social circles and AND condemning the other. Result: Tho but different. It will substitute for Miss Cecilia Curran was last week active worker in St. Louis BerDIVISION 4. woman the woman the guest of Miss Anna Harris at trand's parish affairs. Tho groom Meets was defeated by tho indorsed candidato Second and Fourth Mondays, is connected with tho clerical de .over 100,000 plurality, running who thinks she can only show her bhelbyville. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. partment of tho L. and N. railroad more than 50,000 votes behind his equality with man by doing the President John H. Hennessy. Mrs. J. L. O'Nell left Tuesday and Is held in high esteem by his Vico President Thomas Lynch. Thero were other factors things that men do. It will give for Seattle, whero she will visit for fellow employes. ticket. Mr. and Mrs. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Flnnegan have gone to housekeep Langan. that entered Into the result; but we us tho foolish woman who thinks several weeks. E ing at 735 West Oak street. of Iowa that an empty ballot can add digthink that tho Methodists Recording Secretary James J. Miss Mary Duble, of Jefferson-vlllMcTighe. have learned a lesson. The next nity to tho divine mystery of mothBRINGS INDIANA BRIDE. has returned Tho greatest values tliat AH the late ind saw Sty! s and Shaaea, to tho visit at Cincinnati. from a pleasant Treasurer Pat Connelly. time they favor a candidato they erhood and add influence esn be faund 't- tt r nable prlcej. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. S15 can buy and tho Miss Mary J. Beeler, of Locust should adopt resolutions against irreslstable charm of wifehood. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. clothes themsches bear out Miss Josephine Berkley had as a Point, Ind., formerly of New Alhim at their conferences. week-en- d guest Miss Cecilia bany, and William E. Newbold, of tho claim in both looks BRITISH NEGLECT. Y. M. I. Tuesday Louisville, were married of Bardstown. and wear. FRANCE SUFFERS. morning at Beuna Vista Catholic Nowhere in tho country Tho fund for Irish relief which MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. has church on the Ohio river, twelve Miss Lula B. McCullough Tho report recently submitted to is being collected is there a better lino of Miss Meets Monday Evenings at Club in America by been entertaining as her guest Miss miles below Now Albany. overcoats, $15 suits and tho French Chamber by M. Desplas, Lady Kingston must not be con- Nell Flnnegan, of Buffalo, N. Y. Nlta Richardson, of Louisville, and House, 344 North Twenty-sixtfor no other houso in tho concerning tho territory still occu founded with tho Irwin Beeler, a brother of the President S. O. Hubbuch. Irish relief fund country has taken such Tho M. First Vice President Mrs. Charles P.Dohler left Tues- bride, were tho attendants. F. pied by the enemy, furnishes of Amelrca for tho benefit of tho pains to produce better day to visit her daughter, Mrs, Roy bridal couple departed on a wedding Schaad. Interesting details. It shows that families of clothes at this price. on Riverside trip after tho ce'remony. They will the Irish Second Vice President R. L. of at tho present moment tho Germans which Thomas Hughes rebels of Keebler, at her home reside in Louisville. Tho bride is a Scheckler. The large collection of Drive, New York City. Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John hold 2,351 of the 36,247 communes New York, is treasurer, and which clothes shows styles for Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. every taste conservative, John P. Shelley, who was oper- Beeler, who reecntly moved from Recording composing G. Secretary W. France. The invaded amounts now to over ?200,000. and adated on Monday for an infection of New Albany, to Locust Point, and Buckle. district, comprising some of tho Lady Kingston states vanced models, plnch-bacthat America the throat at tho Jewish Hospital, the bridegroom is a salesman in the Treasurer G. J. Thornton. most flourishing centers of industry Is appealed to Boston shoe store in Louisville. and regular sack styles for Marshal Theo. Buckle. for tho founding of a is recovering rapidly. men, young and commerce, is one of the richest consumptive sanitarium for Irish men and Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. PLAN BIG INITIATION. youths. In these you're asdaughregions of tho country. Of tho soldiers whoso lungs MULLOY'S COFFEE Mrs. P. H. Fitzgerald Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer., have been de- ter, Miss Josephine, are and sured of the best fall suit visiting in 130,000 French factories, 25,763 stroyed by German poisonous gases. Final arrangements wero made, at of overcoat that $15 can Is the best coffee value offered. Birmingham, Ala., the guests of CUT UPS. arelsituated in the occupied departtho meeting of Division 4, A. O. H., buy. If you want a delicious, inexpenLord and Lady Aberdeen havo their cousin, Mrs. Charles Slead. Monday evening for tho big Initiaments. Their value Is estimated at collected In the United States large sive coffee, was a man in our town, Jaglowicz, of Crescent tion to be held Monday, November There didn't know thing, 38 per cent, of tho total value of sums Mrs. J. TRY OU- RHo of money for "starving Hill, has A. had her daughter, Mrs. 27f when a class of over fifty will But went and bet aon Wilson existing in the manufactories babies" in Dublin as tho result of a A. M. Murphy, of Hamilton, Can tako tho degrees. In order not to He's now a finance king. France. These districts were not long American tour, and there are ada, as her guest for tho past Interfere with tho initiation a comonly rich in agricultural, business session of the division will 2 1.3 Lbs. no records to prove tho necessity or month. bo held on Sunday afternoon, No- Another man in our town mercial and agricultural lesources, authority for their mission here, Wore whiskers Just like Hughes; Special rebate ticket good for o'clock, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Barry vember 26, at 2:30 Third and Market. but were also noted for their large which has been gravely questioned 10c in trade with 2 lbs. of final applications acted upon. Presi- He bet them with tho barber. entertained with an And now he's got tho blues. and constantly Increasing families. In Ireland. Our information is that danco Monday evening at their home dent John Hennessy announced New Blend. In the whole of France there were Lady Kingston and her friends in in Beechmont, followed by a Dutch that the degree team would comJOHN M. MULLOY, NIGHT SCHOOL. night and mence rehearsals last departonly thirty of the eighty-si- x Ireland have disdained to give a luncheon. Lieut. John M. Malonoy, who was 212 West Market. ments in which the population was shilling for the relief pre At tho Knights of Columbus night Final Noticeto Taxpayers of his services in Ml&s Alice Webb has announced present, offered Increasing before tho war. Among vailing misery in Dublin, the we drilling the guards. Tho following school, where pupils may enter at and of her sister, tho ten Invaded departments seven are told by Irish Press and News the engagement to Adolph B. Miss list of applications was received: any time, these classes are taught: Frances Webb, Cary B. and Joseph were in that category. Monday evening Arithmetic, alState and comity taxea for tho Their marriage will tako Hanrahan,Ilines, WillHogan, Thomas Bervlco correspondents In Ireland John T. gebra, geometry, by Ray Schuman. yaar 1010 ahealdhepaid without place on November 29. that tho functions of buildings hos Howard, Thomas McKiernan, Dan Tuesday evening Public speakABOailNATION. Brown, R. J. Ford and Hugh Fine-- ing, by Camden R. McAtee; philos- delay to avoid jtraaltlwrn. pitals for soldiers and sailors aro Mrs Frank Green and daughter, gan. All taxpayers of tho City of C. J. CRONAN, Sheriff. Tho transfer of Martin Gavin The Suprome Court of tho nation properly the duty of tho British Miss Mary E. Green, of New Albany, was received and ho was admitted ophy of religion, by the Rev. J. Louisvlllo aro hereby notified that O'Mahoney; physical culture, Bernwhere to will be called upon to decide Government. The patronesses aro are homo from Nazareth, tho Board of Equalization of the- tho division. ard Schulto and Albert O'Daly. they visited Miss f"Mfv nt T.llfet.l11n Una A.iranl.n.l .3 WRITE OR CALL whether a Stato has the right to all unfriendly to the national as- Btudent at NazarethWilma Green, a evening Commercial Thursday Academy. will hold dally sessions In the offlce- stop open propagation of im- pirations of tho people. MOURN HER DEATH. law, by J. D. O'Leary; Journalism, For designs and prices on Religious Statues for cemotcrle3. Many oi mo uuy Assessor, Detween the by tho Rev. J. O Mahoney. morality. Two New York womea Mrs. Mary Hackmlllor, of Sevthat and 4 p. m., from, Mrs. Anna Qulnlan Thompson, Friday evening Bookkeeping, by Catholics are beginning1 to realizemark- hours of 9 a. m.to enth street, who has been ill at Sts. this is the true Catholics idea In UP TO SHNUTE. were convicted on a charge of disNovember 30, wife of T. 0. Thompson, fore- Edward Ethorldge. ing the resting place of their loved clusive, for 15 purposo 191G, inMary and Elizabeth Hospital, is pamphlets. tho tributing of hearing-anones. Saturday evening Physical cul- Virgin, Statues of Our Lord, Blessed improving and her friends expect man of tho l, mailing department of determining complaints of any or any Saint furnished in enpassed into ture. Their case has been appealed to tho The Kentucky Irish American her to be able to bo out in a short tho during Bronze, Marble, Terra Cotta or who think that their land, Wednesday evening Is tho regular Stone, with pedestal to match. eternal rest Friday afternoon in tho was tho only weekly published in while. highest civil tribunal. or personal property, or home at 1208 West Chestnut street meeting for tho members of tho present agitation for theso parts that published and disThe years ago order. where Bho went forty-nln- o Rogers Church Goods Co. any in which they bomay havo an. Mr. and Mrs. M .L. Coyno Interest (though it is tho natural sequence of cussed tho facts of Wilson's election not assessed was This school affords an excellent engagement of their as a bride. Mrs. Thompson sixty-eigtho in their name) have been assessed) 129 S FOURTH AVE. the eugenics, sex hygiene, twilight last Saturday without any qualify- daughter, Miss Eleanor Bernadine, a native of this city and was opportunity for young men and boys beyond their value for city taxes. years old the preceding Satur- who would add to their education sleep and kindred movements which ing doubts. to John B. Chasteen. The wedding In tho assessment mado by tho City part of the day. Her death resulted from a during tho winter evenings. will take placo the latter "As Ner to You as the Nearest Phone Assessor thereof, as of tho first day have nauseated tho sensible public general breakdown following an Ill Tho Boston Hibernian was cer- month. of September, 1915. for the past few years. If one ness of only a week. Besides her FLORHA'S DISGRACE. In tho of tho Board, d when looking over would believe tho "inspired" doctors tainly Oar Special $3.00 Spray complains absenco lodged with husband sho is survived by a son, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mlttlebeeler may be Tho State election in Florida, last and sociologists, the vast majority the eelctoral voto fcefore going to announce the engagement of their George Thompson, a printer of tho daily between tho hours of victory for Catts Oar Special $5.00 Wreath 9 Louisville of us 'should never have been born. press election day. Giving Hughes daughter. Miss Clara Anna Mlttle- ters. Mrs. Times, and five daugh week resulted in a an (independent a. m. and 4 p. m. Frank Guttlinger, Mrs. for Governor on The Urgett values In Fune only 209 proves beeler, to P. Herman Elden, the J. LITHGOW SMITH, President. One would Imagine that humanity 322 and Wilson wedding to take placo the latter Frank Reitzel, Mrs. A. J. Lauer, ticket over Knott, the Democratic ral Flowers ever ouerea ta JOHN J. BARRY, Member. was on the verge of physical and this. Our Boston contemporary part of this month. Mrs. Louis Leister and Miss Adeline nominco. Catts had been defeated Loulivlile. H. V. COHN, Secretary. Thompson. She was a highly re- In tho primary for the Democratic mental collapse which vould be evidently knows little politically For prompt delivery call ?23 CARL V. GOEPPER, Clerk. Mrs. Charles H. Knight was an spected member of the Sacred Heart nomination and refused to abide by only by these supermen. about tho great West. averted both phoHti. tho honor guest and assisted at a beau church, from where morning,funeral that decision and ran on the indeThey view man as nothing more Rev. pendent ticket, backed by the reception at the country place took place Monday Thanksgiving is not far distant. tiful HERRMANN than an animated machine. The of Mrs. Julius Rouse and her Father Maloney celebrating the high Guardians of Liberty and other bigot organizations. Catts was forquestion of morality or the su- Those who can should remember daughter, Mrs. Rufus Lisle, on the requiem mass. lUfSRTERJ merly a Baptist minister and had preme rights of God sever enters the orphans and St. Lawrence In- Leestown pike, near Lexington. ttekJvL even been a resident of Florida VMiuniu m not ST. PATRICK'S. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS:. their calculations. With a blas stitute. The little people are already nommfncp for any length of time, it being McDermott was Mrs. Distillers aod Wholesale Deal' phemous egotism aad Monumental enjoying the feast by anticipation. hostess Edward J. at an informal hie election is to be Menday lburihMniorlDUlrvf The nsxt euchre and lotto of the rumored that rs la Finest Barada of Kae conceit that baffles comprehension Sow sad were their innocent hopes bridge party at her home oa ladles of St. Patrick's congregation contested on his length of residence tucky Whlsktas, Mpecially. Ormsbv avMU, in honor of Mrs. will he gives in the school hall at tkenh. Many hee that he will be Flowers telegraphed everywhere ti they assume the o.wer to decide for sot realised. John McDwH, of 3eria, III., the Thirteenth and Market or Monday, allowed to serve, as his adminis the unborn child whether It is to prove retribution will November 27, both afternoon and tration Coincident with the present time guest, pf Mrs. Wallac McDowell. not to be, the sower of life be or evnlng. For this occasion the enough for those who espoused his spection of the convents, abolishBOTTLXDIN BOND. ment year, the nut and football of the his piatrorm oonsisiea or PrleeU of narochlal schools, forcing TtbiftKi IMS. and death. Mr. xr,i Mrs. Gorg C. Binder ladles will prepare a fine lunch and cause, to marry? etc, m s am sintr rythinr Catholic, la-attack tm argument poet tmueAtlr eaeeaa eome together. of thair rafr0amnU. The aaaotuHya th COMING EVENTS. 26-2two-thre-ad Birth-control President Woodrow Wilson, in his first speech following the election, voiced tho American spirit when he said: "I want to say, now that tho campaign is over, we must think of only one thing, and that is not of parties, but of the interest of tho great country wo all loye. Let us forgot all our differences and unito for common' service. Only in that Way can we work for tho great nation that has given us liberty and - " '" ,. GLUTTON. THE s: sz rr H Men's $1.50 Union Suits Made of heavy ribbed Egyptian balbrlggan, with drop seat and throughout; strictly first quality; offered in all sizes, at 05c hand-finish- ed 25c Lisle Socks Full seamless, fast black, medium and light- o weight socks that aro seconds of the 25c quality; all sizes, per pair. 17c O Pairs for SI. 00. sllk-llslrope-stitch, 5 " .' 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Loft to right, Ambassador Gerard, Mrs. Gerard and Oscar UNITED STATES DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. INCORPORATED. ht Ready for Year Griddle la the FOR Horning" Room SLICED BACON SEE PpOLEY MONEY CONFIDENTIAL HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. ( Incorporated.) RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY Courier-Journa- Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Office and Yards Building Photo taken at a reception shortly 1, Gerard has had several conferences 415 Fourth Street man situation. l 21-J. after arriving from Germany. Mr. with President Wilson on the Ger- Strauss. Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue VOTE'S VALUE. Big results hang sometimes upon slender majorities. One less electoral vote would have defeated 1 nomas Jefferson for President and put into the office Aaron Burr. One more vote in the Senate would have Impeached Andrew Johnson as President of the United States. A deciding vote in tho Senate cast by Vice President Dallas enacted a tariff law. Ono more electoral vote would have sent Samuel J. Tllden to the White House and kept Rutherford B. Hayes in Ohio. A change of 600 votes in New York State in 1884 would havo defeated Grover Cleveland and made James G. Blaine President. d fltlll0tttW i GRAN W. SMITH'S SON i Funeral I Director imHmtotiiMtmtmtHi liUGHERH & McELUOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES. should issue a warning to this company and its employes before it S. Louis A. Broring, D. D. tTho members of Trinity Council is too late. . JOS. DALY aro to bo given another treat MonHUNDRED TURKEYS. day evening at 8:30 o'clock, when CONTRACTING PAINTER Rev. Father O'Connor, of tho CatheNot to be outdone by any others, 430 W. Market St 120 "West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. dral, will address the members. As Ht--i Fbm 255S the speaker is one of the brightest Mackln Council is arranging for "a monster Thanksgiving euchre and PEOP1ES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION and most popular priests of the cjty lotto party JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. and turkey raffle to be a large attendance is anticipated. Incorporated. held at tho club house, 344 North citizens was organized by Headquarters for Twenty-sixt- h to make street, on Tuesday, HAPPY UNION. AND FARM PROPERTY. November 28. The people of the LOANS Frank C. Ritz and Miss Catherino West End look upon this announceSee us about anything in real on furniture and other personal property at E. Huber, of New Albany, were ment with much pleasure, as it is a estate. We sell, buy and rent. LOWEST SATES. married Tuesday morning at St. signal for a great gathering of Coleman Bldff., 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Mary's church, the Rev. William F. friends of this popular young men's Jefferson. S. E. Cor. Third and Selbertz, tho rector, performing the society. Ono hundred turkeys will Kemo Phone City 4464. Both Phones, 2886. ceremony celebrating the be distributed that will appease and LOUISVILLE WINE & LIQUOR CO. nuptial mass. Tho attendants were many "hungers" Thanksgiving day, Miss Madeline Rltz, sister of the and in addition a hundred prizes, 739 East Broadway bridegroom, and Fred C. Huber, among them many beautiful and AND WHISKIES WINES brother of tho bride. They will visit useful articles, will be awarded. EIOHTH AND OAK relatives at Indianapolis for several Tho tickets of admission will bo By bottle or gallon for family use. days cents. and will be at home at 1910 only twenty-fiv- e liotn .rnones East Oak street after November 20. BIG SUCCESS. Prnmnt Tlellvfirv 'Everywhere Home Fhone Cily 6771 RETURNS. SCHOOL Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention CORRECT Tho euchre and lotto given TuesIt was stated in these columns day afternoon and evening at St. Home Phono Shawnee 803 last week that Ben W. KHng re- Bonlfaco Hall for the benefit of WM. ISGRIGG HENRY GOSS ceived 13,000 votes, one of Mr. Miss Jennie Giles was a big success, Kllng's supporters and admirers a largo crowd of her friends attendBHHET METAL CONTRACTOR GUTTERING, SPOUTING calling attention to tho mistake im- ing both afternoon and evening, and HOOFING, mediately after publication. The to those that assisted In any way Tin Koofa Sen aired and Painted 4105 Henry Street ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY correct vote as shown by official re- the committee, on behalf of Miss Giles, wish to return their thanks SOU West Broadway, Inlsvllle, Ky. turns was Barrett, 23,618; HumHeme Phone, Shawnee 1383-phreys, 22,577: KHng, 16,048; Mrs. and appreciation. Munz, 2,532; Stevens, 2,357. PolitiKEEXAN CHOSEN. cal leaders express themselves as amazed over Mr. Kllng's big vote Thomas Keenan, the well known and are puzzled how ho accomplished it against the entlro daily funeral director and undertaker, is press and civic organizations. now President of the Falls City Undertakers' Association, having been elected at the meeting of tha ST. 3LVTTHEWS. AL. S. SMITH, PROP. association held at the Tyler Hotel. The Rev. Vincent Trost, O. F. M., The honor was merited and means a for tho who Is well known hero for his elo- successful administration quence and ability, will open a coming year. week's mission at Holy Trinity SMOKER AND LUNCHEON. church, St. Matthews, on Sunday, December 3. Ho will be assisted PHONES 810. BOTH Tho meeting of tho local Knights by another Franciscan father and tho pastor. Father Bohlsen. After of Columbus next Wednesday will the Entertainment tho mission SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. tho Monday, proper, on and evenings bo in charge of they have' arranged Tuesday Wednes Committeo and of day, December 11 to 13, throe spe- a smoker and luncheon to follow cial lectures will bo given on the tho short business session that will George H. fundamental truths of the Cathollcc bo held. Chairman religion, principally Intended for Naber requests a full attendance, as his committeo promises a delightful timo for all. ANOTHER TREAT. ESTABLISHED 1803 Residence Phone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 3180. I DINNER INCOMPLETE s DENTIST WITHOUT well-know- n tm F.F.X.L.BEERI NONE PURER NONE BETTER S. L. HYMSON FRANKLIN'S DESCENDANT. To tho long list of living Cath olic descendants of Benjamin Franklin must bo added the name reof Master Lenox Scott, who ceived his first communion the other day from tho hands of tho Apostolic Delegate in Washington. This young boy Is a grandson of Gen. Hugh. Lenox Scott, Chlof of Staff of the United States army, whoso mother was a great-gran- d Mrs. Scott, daughter of Franklin. mother of tho boy, is a daughter of the late Gen. George G. McClellan. i Prompt "Delivery Service?" CALL NO. 467 Sure.! ; EITHER PHONE, Wines and Liquors IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. L. DRESSLUUNG. Tho JOHN F. OERTEL CO, INCORPORATED and Embalmer ! , ST. MARTIN'S. I '.' WltVAMVt4VtVtW HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- Sunday was tho feast of St. d Martin of Tours and the anniversary of the dedication of St. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Martin's church at Shelby and Gray, Ohio Is the of which Rev .Louis pastor, and was made tho occasion of impressive religious celebration. tt In tho morning there was solemn high mass with general communion . !! for tho St. Martlnus BruuorDuna, Homo City 209S , . the Knights of St. John and the Climb. Main 2998-- a men of the congregation. Solemn j"I''l"M1M'iHl,l"WM"I"W-W'MI-''H- ' vespers were sung in the afternoon, was when tho festival sermon preached by the Rev. Father sixty-thirWln-terheld, FORTY HOURS. Tomorrow morning the Forty Hours' Adoration will begin with high mass at the Church of Our Lady on Rudd avenue, continuing until Tuesday. These beautiful devotions will be conducted by the Rev. Father, Conniff, the pastor, who will bo assisted by a number of the local clergy. VISITING IN NEBRASKA. occupation of dressmaker PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KYi tanked third in tho United States tn 1900 in tho number of women employed, 338,144 women sixteen A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case mf years of age and over being engaged in It. Only two occupations that of servant and waitress and that of agricultural laborer surpassed it in tho number of women employed, but In none did women Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common form a larger proportion of the total employes. Because of the Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, numbers the trade employs, because It is woman's traditional oc- and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. cupation, and because it provides PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. development, opportunities for training for the dressmaking trado Home Phone 1913 has held a largo and a logical place Cumb. Phone West 191 in tho curriculum THE of vocational schools for girls. Tho recent Massachusetts survey of the dressmaking trade yields suggestions to the educator, placement agencies, parent and prospective worker, to wcoaro RATED those Interested in promoting in dustrial welfare and to tho cus tomer, FALL CITY BEER WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent GRUBER & DEUSER Managers, Louisville, Ky. i OUTFIT NEEDED. A little church in a small town Sold In Montana was surprised not long ago to receive a gift from the Catholic Church Extension Society. The ' m; O. y diction and tho To Deum. F M., followed by bene- J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. SILVER JUBILEE. On Thursday, November 30, the congregation of tho Church of the Imamculato Conception will celebrate the silver Jubilee of Rev. Bernard H. Westermann, the beloved pastor of that congregation. The school children will take part in an entertainment on Wednesday evening, November 29, in St. Mary's Hall, this being their part in tho celebration. On tho morning of the jubilee, Thanksgiving day, high mass will be celebrated in the chusch and in the evening Father Westermann will bo the guest of honor at a banquet in tho Tyler Hotel, given by tho members of his congregation. OMAILVS BISHOP. Mother Angela, head of tho Ursullne order here, Is in Nebraska, visiting the three new houses tho Ursullnes established there this past summer. She is expected to return before the first of tho month. JAMES O'NEIL. Eo.st: Miaiaa. Street. 822 MMUHVUMMUMtMUVMUUHVHVMUMUM : James O'Nell, the veteran, actor, years old Wedneswas sixty-seve- n day. His long stage career reflected credit upon himself and the profession. COVINGTON. Heme Plicrae Shavrxtee 484 aaaaaaa 3101 WEST BROADWAY Cumberland, West 11 2 i RATTERMAN Z Ckajsel Free X ta Fattens. INCORPORATE). $ SCANNELL i I Independent Funeral Directors and Fmhalmers "(mtutttttttftHwyaa'H(tw GERMAN'BANK Funeral Directors and Embalmers. H.B0SSES0N 810 XMKBtR December 21 Is the dato now proposed for the installation of Archbishop Harty in Omaha. This date is only tentative as yet and awaits tho Archbishop's approval. The Archbishop, will arrive at Vancouver, B. C, on December 16. By coming directly to Omaha lie can arrive there on the evening of December 20. If the installation ceremony- can not be held on December 21 It is probable that it may be postponed Until some time in January. FOOLISH Many citizens HASTE. of much Interest and beauty was quietly celebrated Wednesday morning at St. Mary's Cathedral in Covington, when Miss Charlotte Keuven became tho brldo of James Clark. Rev. 'Father Flynn officiated at tho nuptial mass and performed the ceremony. Miss Stella Keuvor, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor, and Frank Connor acted as best man. A wide circle of friends wish tho worthy couplo a long and happy married life. PREMATURE CELEBRATION. A "wedding gift proved to bo a chalice, a sacred vessel greatly needed at tho mission. It is needless to say that the priest In charge, as well as the congregation at this place, was grate ful for the beautiful gift. When writing to tho society acknowledg ing the receipt of the chalice the reverend father eet forth another very pressing need. He asks for a benediction outfit and says that in the section of tho country in which he lives there has never been given benediction of the Blessed Sacra ment. People have lived and died there without once having witnessed that most beautiful ceremony of Holy Mother Church. Surely there must be some among the many Catholics In our country who would be willing to make a little sacrifice now and then, in order that some mission chapel would be a more fit abode for Almighty God! Whatever your donation may be, the Catholic Church Extension Society, 750 juc- Cormick building, Chicago, 111., will bo nleased to receive It and will see that It Is sent on promptly to tho Montana Mission that Is so anx iously awaiting the receipt of the necessary articles for benediction. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. V Lone chains of various sorts are tn fashion. Small turbans of fur aro making their appearance. Jet is used effectively on some or the new crepe gown3. Red velvet is smartly used for a cap of the jockey cap style. Velvets of all sorts lead in- style and fur is a veritable craze.The trend of fashion may turn to short coats before the new "year. Tho newest muffs and scarfs are made of velvet embroidered with CINCINNATI "THE qUEEN CITY" Served by four excellent trains every day, departing at convenient hours and making direct con- nections for all points North, East and Northeast. LOOK AT THE SCHEDULES 1 Lt Louisville. .8:19 a. m., 2:6 p. tn., 5t4S p. m., 3:39 a. m. At. Claclnnatl 12 Noon 5:35 p.m., 9:15 p. m. ,7120 a.m. Latest type of Coaches and Parlor Cars. Excellent Dining Service on day trains. Sleeping Car en 2:30 a. m. train open for occupancy in Seventh Street Station 9:30 p. nt. In Winsted, Conn., on the night of the recent ejection there was a old Willard, a son of Daniel Wlll-ar- d. President of tha Baltimore & Ohio railroad, ordered an old dwelling house on his farm burned down in honor of the election of Hughes. Before tho smoke bad all blown away news came that the result of celebration out of the ordinary. Har- Ohio Baltimore & Guests." Passengers Are Our "Our Ticket Office, Fourth & Market; Station, 7th & Rlrer, Phones City 238; Mfcln 239. T. J. WEST, District Passenger Agent. 3 J fifth and Market Ste. puzzled to know why the automobile trucks Teteeheae li2. and motorcycles of the Louisville Uas and Electric Company are alyear boys as doio iaiit will lowed to run through the streets Mti day and night at an uncalled-fo- r (Hsm for life. and unnecessary speed, endangering the live of everyone. In only one ST. XAVIER'S fire out of a hundred la it neces"W. XrseawerilbeelaTills, Zy. lit sary to out wires' and then as a last Con4c.et4 fcy Um XaverU Brothers resort. speed maniacs aae Mateea ten timesThese dangerous than are Obuwleal. SclUe more the Cetirsea, Freeemtory Deeertmeat, Lara. winwiinr reel, wau Btuppee onw Are itself, and Chief of Police Liadaey or the Board of Safety AVSNDE are ?rfr coixeat the election was in doubt and the ohenile. All furs are modish, but tno infollowing day Democrats of that section were giving Mr. Willard and ferior aro bound to wear shabby and his fellow celebrators the merry ha! appear cheap. Strips of lace auernaxe wun ha! strips of ribbon to fashion many JOINS AUSTERE ORDER. attractive negligees. INCORPORATSD The Rmarteet boots are those with narrow vamp of patent, With over a million in her own a right, Mies Henrietta Duttiin, mem- leather and .high buttoned tope of Claaw Grocary Stores. ber of a. wealthy family of Bestoa, light gray sude. "Tha Bast For Less," has been Invested with the halt of Sport itooKinge or many sorui are the Carmelite order nr Cardinal in the ahops. They are wool, la Oder fer $1 or more delivered to O'Connell at the onvfll of the or- lTtnre and are mfade In 80ft asMAM aay pert of the city, der in that fltty. of gray, brown and green. a. 'QUAKER MAID' FRED ERHART ' lo, ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N..y.CHiicr FMirlk and - jtff ACBMtfTXJOKY IIWCSH AIVi:E0TO.Ar:. jKr4atKKKRKUKKStss5satK:tr.K:n:KK:tn:j: 1 ox 4 Iry Goods Co Stewart In ConnectioQjfilhjIames Mc jCreery I has been Recorder of Covington, Other elected County President. officers chosen were Vice President, Hobert Fox; Secretary, John Lothier; Financial Secretary, George Donnelly; Treasurer, Hugh Ryan. FRIENDS SHOCKED. The death of Capt. William T. Gardner last Monday morning came as a great shock to his many friends and acquaintances, his Illness being only of a few days, death lesultlng from heart failure. was born and raised In tho Dominican parish and from boyhood up had tho knack of acquiring friends and keeping them by his cheory disposition and faculty of remaining loyal and truo to his frlonds in political life and otherwise. Capt. Gardner was formerly a Captain in the fire department, retiring because of injuries, and for tho past couple of years has been connected. with tho revenue department. Ho is survived by his mother, Mrs. Margaret Gardner; two brothers, Thomas and John Gardner, and five sisters, Mrs. Thomas O'Mara, Mrs, A. J. Meagher and Misses Catherine, Nora and Noll Gardner. Tho funeral took place from St. Charles Borromeo church Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock, with the edifice being thronged many friends, who sincerely mourn his loss and will cherish tho memory of Will Gardner for time to Capt-Gardner HERMAN STRAUS fOUBTH AVCNUe fCaPO0Areo SONS (.1 MARKET STREET ' I 5 Co. New York. We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. X ;X " We Specialize In A Sale of Sample Handkerchiefs S M MEN'S NECKWEAR at 55c The new fall patterns are in a largeTvariety of new and novel effects in stripes and all-ov- er jj 55 designs. veniently located just outside the Walnut street entrance. You are assured prompt service and t,: t inntnnnnla mpfrnan. .. . ...w..... t wo Uanf bw spienaia seiecnuu .(lU come. . $SStewart'8 Men's Furnishings section is con- FRANKFORT. JtT - il . . pr .... . il 1 j V -- . A A A disc. .... IBMMBB TZTzXZIZlSIiJ A. fe A. A. ! 1 M - . 1 -- B ,A.A.1J.m,.m.m...mAA...m,A.m?l W VW W W V B VV V V WT FURNITURE GREENE'S STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY nmniaw II BnaaaaaaaaaaaeYepK TaYaYer i Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves and Ranges ing stamps. Good Furniture at moderate prices without trad- anniversary brated the twenty-fift- h of their marriage. The happy event brought together nearly two hundred guests, who called during the evening to offer congratulations and good wishes. Mr. and Mrs. Salender were assisted In receiving by Mrs. Robert Harreld and Miss Sallle Harold, of Louisville; Mrs. Chester J. (Sparks, of Detroit; Miss Beatrice Ready and Master Robert Harreld. Tho entire lower floor was used for tho entertainment and was decorated elaborately in chrysanthemums and roses combined with The ferns, palms and smllax. ferns and palms, With floor "baskets filled with whlto chrysanthemums and pink roses, were grouped before the fireplace In the parlor, forming an effective background lor the members of tho receiving line. Tho marriage of Mr. Salender to Miss Sallle Harreld took placo In tho Cathedral of the Assumption In Louisville. DIXIELAND MINSTRELS. on the South Side on Thursday night of last week when they cele- Jr., of Frankfort, were the hosts at a beautiful reception at their homo Mr. and Mrs. George B. Salender, We have secured from two large importers their entire line of linen and Fine Cotton Handkerchiefs and at tho following1 prices they should sell quickly, as this chance will not come again for some time, as the manufacturers of linen are almost at a standstill. You can save money buying your Christmas handkerchiefs in this sale. 500 Dozen Regular 10c Fine 750 Dozen Very Fine Imported Lawn Handkerchiefs; . with Lawn Handkerchiefs; with em dainty white and colored broidered corner; in white and edge; each 5c colors; each handkerchief on 300 Dozen Pure Linen Handsample regular card; 25c kerchiefs; with novelty colored value 15o printing; pink, blue ami lavender; regular 15c 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 19c corner; regular 19c and 25c values; each 120 240 Dozen Very Fine Dozen Jap Silk and Crepe 350 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-Lin- en B " wr aaHaaVtaaaVaVR aHBEaaVav WEWANTYOURWORK We're Prepared to Do It Promptly and in First-Clas-s Style. JAS. GREENE 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. starts a Savines Account with this safe, conservative, 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 given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. ONE DOLLAR Sixty-one-year-old German Insurance BanU Second and Market Under the Big Clock State Government Supervision. When Olllo Martin directs his musicians to tho tunes of Dlxlo at Nfi!& aaaaaKflBxEH St. Leo's Hall in Highland Park on .ae?' laa9aW?ami 1 I Sunday evening, November 26, It will signal tho opening of tho best aaahv&iil minstrel production ever shown in parts. Aside from tho big these opening, when they take the audience way back to early slavo times y&yXlaaiiBBBHB & and show how minstrelsy was ADMIRAL BEATTY. founded, then back to tho minstrels rirffn ir r Miiijaiiawaaaaawi Ono of leading figures in British of tho present day, they will present iMWWWMMBM naval circles. a feature olio, introducing such well GEN. FALKENHAYN. as known singers and Bobby Thurman, Walter Barrett, Commander of Teuton armies atJohn Ford, J. JJForest Thompson, tacking Roumania. John Flynn, Theo Schipper and the El Nomo minstrel quintet, Tho El Nomo minstrels, will bo seen, both INIODTS OF COLUMBUS. What They Have Been Doing Sunday and Monday nights, and promise an entertainment of unthe Past Week General surpassed merit. Late News That Will Interest News Notes. Members Here and Lciax COUNCIL. B 1 aLVaaaaElai PRINTING Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty. HOME PHONE 94G. t J555S555mS5Si ? idrivaaaSEBHll n mirth-make- rs HIBERNIANS. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 8ie WBST ORBISN 8THBET. aaaaaaaa0aatag raaessaa3isB ssmmammtmmzeta I The Last Dollar I That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this baak; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twlcs a year; There MAY COUK a time wfaea yoar "LAST DOLLAR" must be spent for lomethlag you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. J Tomorrow will toe another great Patrick Gllllgan. is on the sick day for Mackln Council, Y. M. I., list. now nearlng Its silver jubilee year. Next month division officers will In tho morning tho members and be elected. thirty candidates for initiation will Members of Division 1 should at- meet at tho club house on Twenty- tend the meeting next Thursday sixth street and proceed in a bouy to St. Cecilia's church, where a night. cele4 will meet in special memorial high mass will be Division brated at 8 o'clock and all will resession Sunday afternoon, Novem- ceive holy communion. Tho initia425 W. Jefferson Street ber 26. UPSTAIRS STORE. ceremonies will tako placo in Lawrence Mackey has made an tion afternoon, beginning at 11:30 excellent record as President of Di- the o'clock, when the team that won vision 3. will such high praise In Chicago Division 3 will have several can- confer the degrees on tho thirty d young men who will become mem didates for the big initiation at Hall. bers. Following tho initiation were up its good will bo a social session, presided Division 4 kept FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. showing with nine applications over by President Seb Hubbuch, FREE SERVICE. Monday night. when light refreshments and lunchAbout fifty candidates are ex- eon will be served. This occasion pected to receivo the degrees at will mark another year of Increased Council, Mackln strength for the initiation on November 27. largely due to the untiring work of A smoker and luncheon with a . 1101-0- 3 EAST BROABWA.Y. musical programme will follow the President Hubbuch and the officers. Nominations of officers for the year big initiation at Bertrand Hall. bo made at the meeting James Welsh, ono, of tho old 1917 will taking on November 27, the guard of tho order, rnanages to at- place in December. election tend the meetings pretty often. axe sncceufnlly treated without pain. Onr method lead-lnTho Ladies' Auxiliary of Denver original, aclentiflo and Banltary. Xeferencoi, the . ST. AGNES PARISH. gave a delightful Boclal last week phylclan and EitabUihed 1883. Botn plumes. Suite 300 Statics Bid?. which added greatly to their reputaTho Holy Name Society of St. Bemember tion. TKZBD PI.OOB. Agnes church Is striving earnestly IbbYbEiL V National President McLaughlin and enthusiastically for tho success DR. FRANK DAVIS AND WIFE was elected Congressman at largo of the euchro and lotto party, MIib Bell, aiilitant He is a Re- oyster supper and turkey rafflo to from Pennsylvania. publican. afternoon and bo hold Tuesday J. E. Fee, of Waco, Is the new evening, November 28, in tho school State President, in Texas. Rev. J. building, Bardstown road and Speed H. Quinn, O. M. I., Is the? State avenue, for tho benefit of St. Agnes Chaplain. church. Tickets for tho supper or cents, Singing and native dancing of the games will bo twenty-fiv- e Dmerald Islo are now features of and a free- bus will meet tho cars the meetings of the Minneapolis di- nt Deer Park avonue. This affair is receiving careful attention and vision of the Ladies' Auxiliary. The Best Straight Whisky On Earth full will be The Ladles' Auxiliary of Syracuse njTlvos. in Tho swing when tho time supper will ho a gave a dancing party Monday night, Pas- when twelve prizes were given and reunion for all friends of thoNam tlonlst fathers and tho Holy dances were revived. INCORPORATED Recently at Keokuk, Iowa, the In- Society. Sole OwnaralRefiiatered Diat. No. S3 itiation Into the order of twenty-fiv- e THANKSGIVING FESTIVAL. members was West Main Street. new oyster supper celebratedby with Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 an served the TifcBday and afternoon Next ladles. evonlng tho of St. County and vicinity people conduct Matthews At the Westmoreland a grand Board convention held at Irwin, Pa., Thanksgiving will festival for tho benefit tho twelve divisions were fully rep- of Holy Trinity church, of which resented. D. J. Georgo was elected the Rev. Father John Bohlson is County President. tho pastor. ' It will tako placo in The Ladies' Auxiliary of Colum- tho basement of the church and open admission will bo free. Euchro and bus, Ohio, held a successful meeting Sunday afturnoon. Miss lotto, a turkey supper and a big Devanney, of Dayton, Past State turkey rafflo will bo among the President, delivered the address. features. Tho pastor and congreInstructive talks on noted events gation extend a cordial invltat'on to and distinguished people of the their friends in town and country. more recent history of Ireland make Interesting the meetings of the LaAGAIN AT nOME. dies' Auxiliary literary club at Minneapolis. Joseph H. Lally, chief record John J. Sweeney, for fifteen years clerk in tho office of the traffic Financial Secretary of Division 35 department of the Louisville & of Brooklyn, and who has missed Nashville Railroad Company, who only one meeting, was tendered a underwent an operation last week sumptuous banquet at Hartigan's at St. Joseph's Infirmary, has 1)en Hotel. National Director iMePart-lan- d removed to bis home, where he .is was toaatraaaUr. steadily improving, to the great rePhilip DenaeHy, Assistant City lief ot hfa many friends. DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Ber-tran- FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. Corns and All Foot Troubles urg-eon- tr OLDBARBEE JNO. T. BARBEE & - CO. BE SURE TOjCALL FOR McRENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. Mtt There are more than 2,000 memColorado. bers in Omaha Knights have a bowling league of six teams. Supreme Agent Bagley reports all Colorado councils In good condition. The Knights of Helena, Ark., aro next moving for a big initiation January. Seventy-fou- r candidates received Fifth and Court Place. the three degrees last week at Milwaukee. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. in. There will be a fourth degree initiation at Cincinnati on Washington's birthday. Tim finnlf rations of forty candi dates were presented at the meeting of Omaha Council this week. Only ten. assessments were levied Where the home Is art Where work Is quickly brightest; this year. This signifies the healthy done; condition of tho reserve fund. Where cooking seeaaa wna n. larira attendance Where tho work Thorn lightest; real fun; Monday night at Indianapolis when Where tho meal Where baking gives dea class received the first degree. cooked best; light; Denver has a campaign on for onn now mpmhprn hv December 1. Where the range stands Where drudge is ont oi the test sight The clergy of the city have urged That's where the all who aro eiigiDio xo animate wiui That's where the "Quick Meal" comes the order. "Quick Meal" cornea la. Nob.. in. Tim TCnlehts of York. scored a decided success with their Qui ok Meal Gaa Ranges Sold. Installed and Highly Ilecoiamandeal box social for tho purpose of raising tho paving assessment of tho 215 Ursullno Academy property. W. MARKET ST. Tho first assessment toward tho Father GIbault Home for Boys, de acaio cided upon at tno inaiana convention last May, will be duo and payable during tho quarter ending January 1. Give us a trial for first-claservice. We are as Norwood Council, Cincinnati, will close to you-a- s your phone. Prompt service, dav and anniversary on celebrate its tenth night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable Sunday, November 26. The memchauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. bers will receivo holy communion at St. Matthew's church, after which their now silk flag will bo blessed. t t Mr?nrfliv. of Toledo, former State Deputy of Ohio, resigned as SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. ono of tho National .uireciors oi ue Supreme Council. He will bo special Betk Phones 2300. nirnnt nf tho siinramo body and will visit councils in tho Central States i 1 1 1 1 1 H I IK i to audit boons ana 10 aiu in proM. J. BANNON, LAWRENCE P. BANNON, JR., activities' J. VEENEMAH, moting real Catholic among tho members. Vice PfK. a Tria. FfK. & Her. SKrttwy. TRINITY COUNCIL. Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Where the Quick Meal Comes In ftM i GEHER & SON, ss AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE Chawk & Smith Attto Co. 1 1 H-HI-- 4"H"H4-H""1"1"I"H"H"S-H"- f H. McKenha, Distiller, Fairfield, Kr, mmmmmmmmmmmm Trinity Council. Y. M. I., will a rousing meeting Monday night, when tho rosuus win De made known of tho canvas3 for now mnmhnra which It is llODed Will DUt Trinity over tho 600 mark. Tho contest has been warmiy wageu lor tho riant- four weeks and has created r. llvolu- intnrcat in the East End. The captains of tho teams are Harry Hennessy, Edward 1'racnx, jonn Hoffman, E. Shadburn, Joha Jr. The initiation that is onnn nil OUT will he W1&4A Ofifl of the alg ewita la tae hlatecy ejf the Y. M. I. A havo Soh-lacht- er, P. BANNON PIPE CO. Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, I X n -- iiiitinMniiniHiniimiiaiiilHiTmini Baaaea's Patent Lidded Pipe fer Steam Ceaaaits, Wall Capias, Draia Tile, Verified Brick, , Fire Freegag-- Flae LiBlag, Fire Brick-Grate aad Seller Tile, Greaad Fire Clay, Ckinaey les. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON s. HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 607. WORKS 13th sad Brack, aad Magnolia Ave., Bat. Stk Hi 573-1786. i