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Reader of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertiser whoso announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. CKLKimATEO EXTRA BRAT WUB8T WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS In . BOBITWAaSBB oo. Incorporated 2S OEIOEtl STREET Horn Phone 1101 and 177 Cmh. Phone Main 177 ASK TOTTB SEALS TO IT EMGRAVKIW BCnLICII ENGRAVING COMPAN ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTTPERS 835 W. Main St., Louisville, Ky. Home Phone City 5784 "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "All Ready for Yonr Griddle in the Morning-" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) STRUCTURAL IRON WORKS. Foundry and Machine Shop. GRAINGER A CO., Incorporated Tenth Street, Louisville, Ky. IRON AND HEAVY HARDWARE. Carriage and Wagon Woodwork and Hardware TODD-DOMGAN IRON CO., Incorporated 800-813 W. Main street. CASKETS AND , UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. (Wholesale Only.) NATIONAL CASKET CO., Incorporated Eleventh and Magazine Streets. DISTILLERS. JOHN T. BARBEE A CO., Incorporated 726-730 W. Main Street. Old Barbee, Fay-Mua, Kentucky Well fir, J. C. W. Whiskies. Sole Ownera Res Wered Distillery No. 12. Phones Main 168S-A; City 6251. CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CONCRETE BLOCKS COLUMNS, ART STONE Estimates on All Classes of Work Both Phones Central Concrete & Construction Co. 961 Hamilton Avenue RITTER-HENNINGS CO. Receivers and Shippers of Hay and Grain. Manufacturers of Shur Plees Poultry and Stock Feeds Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed Chas. A. Cyphers' .New Buffalo Incubators and Brooders LOUISVILLE. KY. Fidelity and .Columbia Trust Co. COLUMBIA BUILDINO, FOURTH AND MAIN STS. CAPITAL .... $2,000,000,00 SURPLUS ... . $620,000 00 Receives money subject to checks; payt interest on Time deposits, and per forms duties IN ALL FIDUCIARY CAPACITIES. M MMM HIM DOUGHERTY 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors BOTH PHONBH. X Cumb. Mala 2998-a MIIIHMIItHIKHMmHHHMKMMIMt4 IlOHBPnONBSS J. J. BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. &2!i 13 a. at Main street. 'GRAN W. SMITH'S SON- AL. S. SMITH. PROP. 1 Funeral Director BOTH PHONES 810. 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET f i 8EEPOOLEY Confidential Loans, CIST RATES, ANY SECURITY Call, Write or Telephone City 2541. I F. R. P00LEY, T ' "I 1. CoarlevwJoaraal Eli. 415 Vmmr"iVt. SHALE BRICK MADE BY Coral Ridge Clay Product Co, are the BEST BRICK MADB IN JEFFERSON COUNTY Hales Office: I91A Inter-South. Pl!g. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES VULCANIZING DISTRIBUTORS Federal Tires falls crrr vulcanizing co. 1101 Kant Broadway Free Service HOUSE WIRING AND FIXTURES A. 0. LINK Practical Electrician Home Phone, Shawnee 1185-L 2020 Bank Street BAGS. Manufacturers of Sacks for Flour Mills, drain Dealers, Produce Men, Fertiliser, Dried Grain. Ice. etc Write for price on anything; you may want in the Back line. J. 8. WALKER A Co., 811 W. Main Street, Louisville, Ky. Long Distance Telephone ' Connections AMERICAN IRON WORKS C. H. GERHARD. Prest. and Oen'I Mgr. Sheet Iron and Plat Metal Work of BTsry Draerlptioa BOIXEB KAIESI AMD MAORXBT8T8 Special Attention Riven Automobile Repairs, Boiler Repairs and General Machine Jobbing; Work Solicited. Cumb. Main 411: Home, City 1611 524 East Main 8U, Louisville, Ky. SOMETHING NEW (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Heating J. L. BROWNFTELD & CO. Steam and Hot Water Heating 111 K. TKIBO BTXXBT Home Phone 7846 Cumb. M. 1592 SHOE REPAIRING AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING COMPANY 114 West Market Street Home Phone. City 5381 LonlsTills, B3y. Old Shoea Made Brew. Work Sons While Too Watt. THE PHIL. HOLLENBACB CO. INCORPORATED Distillers Of OLD FORTCNA SOUR MASH HOLLENBACH" PURE RYE 528 W. Main St. Louisville, Ky. PLUMBING AND HEATING CO.V TRACTORS H. W. NEWMAN Contracting Engineer, Steam and Hot Water Heating and . Sanitary Plumbing Home Office: 440 Second Street LOUISVILLE, KY. 1 1 & McELUOH and EmbalmersJ Borne City 200S X CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y and Embalmer x 4U1 tbe late and sew Styles and Ebepee be iounj here at reasonaUe piles. CcUasl i-e us, Ik iliwA I J MISSIONARIES Who Ilecame Pioneers of Cfttho lloity In Early Days of Kentucky. Three Riilplclan Whose Careers Wore Strangely Inter woven. Benedict Joseph Flaget Selected For Second and Third tttxhop. THE FOUNDATION OF NAZARETH By James A. Rooney, LL. D. Among the mlmlonaries given to America by the French revolution, when the colleges and seminaries were closed and priests and semin arians were dispersed and forced to fly for their lives, were three Sulplclans destined to exert a wide spread Influence on the church In the West. They were John Baptist Mary David and Benedict Joseph Flaget, prleBts, and Stephen . Theo dore Badln, a sub-deacon. They sailed together from Bordeaux in January, 1792, reaching Philadel phia on March 26, and Baltimore two days later, and though they separated for a time Providence brought them together In the mis sionary field of the West, where they became the pioneers of Cathol icity in Kentucky, with careers so Interwoven that one can scarcely be mentioned without reference to the others. Mr. Badln completed his studies n Baltimore and was ordained by Bishop Carroll on May 25, 1793,'be- Ing ithe first priest ordained within the limits of the thirteen original States. iHe was assigned to the Ken tucky mission and at once started for the field of his future labors, going afoot as far as Pittsburgh. He said his first mass in Kentucky in the home of Denis McCarthy, near Lexington, where fifty years later, on May 25, 1843, he cele brated the golden Jubilee of his priesthood. Making his headquar ters at White Sulphur, near Lexing ton, for fourteen years he was the pioneer misionary of that section of country. In 1806 Father Charles Nerinckx, later the founder of the Sisters of Loretto, came to share his burden, and together they lived and wrought at St. Stephen's, Pottlnger's creek. On the arrival of Bishop Flaget, Father Badln was his zeal ous colaborer for many years. Ten years after celebrating his golden jubilee he passed to the reward of his labors in Cincinnati, April 21, 1853. Father Flaget had preceded Father Badin as a missionary to the West, for he arrived at Vincennes, Ind.. December 21, 1792, being sent there by Bishop Carroll as a mission ary to the Indians. Later he was recalled to take a professorship In Georgetown College, and when the see of Bardstown was created, April 8, 1808, be was named as Vts first Bishop and was consecrated Novem ber 4, 1810. 'He did not reach his see until June 9, 1811. All this time Father David was exercising his seal In the Maryland missions. He wss the first pastor of Bryantown, where his first bap tismal record was made in 1793. After a time at Georgetown and at St. Mary's, 'Baltimore, 'acting also as spiritual director of Mother Seton's Sisters at EmmltBburg, he was invited by his old friend. Bishop Flaget, to go to Bardstown to found a diocesan seminary and to Institute the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, and in these two apostolic duties he found his life work. Ac companied by the Bishop and sev eral ecclesiastics, one of whom. Guy Ignatius Chabrat, afterward succeeded him as Bishop Flaget's coadjutor, the party reached Bards town, June 9, 1811. Father David founded the seminary on the farm of 8t. Thomas, near Bardstown, In a log house, and he lived to see forty seven of his students ordained as priests, four of whom were destined to wear the miter, namely Guy Ignatius Chabrat, Ignatius A. Rey nolds, of Charlestown; John McGlll, of Richmond, and 'Martin John Spalding, of Louisville, later Arch bishop of Baltimore. Another of his "boys" was Ellsha John Durbln, one of the early priests of Ken tucky, who after laboring for sixty years died at 8belbyvllle in 1885. When Father David felt the need of some devoted religious women to Instruct children, visit the sick and the poor end assist la the care of the seminary, Tereea Carrico, Cath erine Spalding and Harriet Gardiner, zealous and sturdy daughters of pioneer settlers, were the first to offer themselves for the work. He housed them in a log cabin which he called "Nazareth," and ten- years later they moved to location north of Bardstown end took possession of the house of a Presbyterian minister, Father David offering the first mass in what had been the minister's study. Here the Sisters labored un der his direction, little dreaming that Nazareth would ever develop Into its present magnificent propor tions. Bishop Flaget laid the corner stone of a new Cathedral July 16, 1816, and then be petitioned that his old friend and fellow-laborer be appointed hie coadjutor. The ap pointment was made November 26, 1817, but owing to Father David's reluctance to accept episcopal hon ors bis consecration was deferred two years and did not take place until August 16, 1819, just a week after the completion of the Cathe change in his modtt of life, and hs coutinued to perform all the duties dral. His elevation made little of a missionary priest, preaching with a fluent English diction and with not a trace of his native acewnt. Hit defense of Cathollo doctrine In response to a challenge from a Presbyterian minister uaiued Hall was a notable event of his episco pate, and though averse to oral dts- SOCIETY DIRECTORY, A.. O. II. DIVISION 1. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder krans Hall, Siith and Walnut. President Thomas Tarpy. Vice President Henry McDer- mott, ' Recording Secretary Walter Cuslclt. Financial Secretary Joseph Faf- reii. Tieasnrer Thomas Keenan, Sr. Serjeant-at-Arms T1j- Lyons. DIVISION 2. Meets First Thursday at St. Will iam's Hall, Thirteenth and Oak. President C. 3. Ford. Vice President J. J. Sullivan. Recording Secretary John T. Keaney. - Treasurer James Welsh. Sergeant-at-Arms J, Cunning ham. Sentinel Thomas -Hannon. - DIVISION 8. Meets Every Monday Night, Eigh teenth and Portland. President John M. Maloney. -Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. Recording Secretary John P. Price. Financial Secretary John J. Hes slon, Jr. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant - at Arms Martin J. Kallaher. Sentinel Thomas Noon. DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Recording Secretary John J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan.- Treasurer Patrick Connelly. Sergeant-at-Arms Thomas Far rell. Sentinel M. J. McDermott y. ax. i. MACK IN COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixth. President George J. Thornton. First Vice President John Ken ney. Second Vice President Fred Schuler. Recording Secretary John R. Barry. Financial Secretary Will Cassln. Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch. Marshal Raymond E. Schott. Inside Sentinel William Schott. Outslds Sentinel L. E. Gratzer. Executive Committee F. G. Ad ams, George Slmonis, Frank Geller, W. A. Link, Chas. Schuler. COMING EVENTS. Monday, November 23 Candy pulling in St Patrick's school hall, Thirteenth and Market. November 23 Turkey festival fot benefit of St. William's church in parish hall. Tuesday, November 24 Turkey festival, euchre and lotto of Cecilian Charity Club. Wednesday, November 26 Dance by Mackln Council Club in Mackln Council Hall. November 25 Euchre and lotto by Division 3, A. O. H., at Heptasoph Hall. cusalons, he handled his opponent without gloves and withal In such a forceful, dignified and convincing manner that he was never again called upon to enter the lists. In 1832 Bishop Flaget resigned and was succeeded by his coadjutor, who at once appointed him Vicar General and forwarded his own res ignation to 'Rome. It was accepted and Bishop Flaget was then re appointed to succeed him. thus mak ing him not only the first Bishop of Bardstown but also the third. Bishop David then retired to Naz areth to paes hla declining years and he died there July 12, 1841, In the eighty-first year of his age, the fifty-sixth of bis priesthood and the twenty-second of his episcopacy. ACADEMY ALUMNAE. The Alumnae Society of Presenta tion Academy will hold Its snnual meeting at the academy this after noon, when the yearly election of officers will take place and a new President chosen to succeed Miss Wilhelmina Waller. The alumnae has decided to hsve a reunion on the first Friday of each month to keep the members In touch with Sach other. Today's meeting will bs more informal than usual and will allow the members to become better acquainted with the fourteen pros pective graduates of 1916, in whose honor this party Is given. At the monthly gatherings tour girls will serve as hostesses, being selected In alphabetical order. Misses , Bsyless McCloskey, Margaret King, .Marie Blehl snd Lee McClusky were chosen hosteses for the December reunion. FOR FEAST DAT. The patronal feast of St. Elisa beth of Hungary will be observed with elaborate ceremony tomorrow at St. Elisabeth's church on East Burnett street. High mass will be sung at 10 o'clock, when the panegyric on St. Elizabeth will be delivered by Rev. Father J. Assent, the pastor. On Wednesday and Thursday the congregation will give a turkey social, with euchre and lotto as features for Wednesday afternoon and Thursday night. A hot turkey supper will be served each evening. ARCHBISHOP STRICKEN. The Most Rev. James H. Blenk, Archbishop of New Orleans, was taken suddenly 111 in Chlcsgo last Saturday with acute diabetes. Arch bishop Blenk was born In Bavaria In 1856. He was Appointed Bishop of Porto Rico In 1899 snd In 1906 msde Archbishop of New Orleans. Arch bishop Uleuk had just returned from Cuba end was in Chloavo to tt'end the meeting of the Board of Directors of the C'atholio Church Extension Society. ; KMI.UTS OP COLUMBUS. Late News That Will Interest Memben Her and Else where. The council at Albany, Ore., has ninety-eight members. The fourth was conferred on 101 candidates at the Memphis exempli fication. A new council was Installed last Sunday at Mt. Angel, Ore., starting off with a large resident member ship. Nearly half a hundred were added to the ranks at Rockford, 111., bringing the membership close to the 400 mark. The Knights of Fremont, ' Neb., held their fourth initiation and conferred the three degrees on thir ty-six csndidates. The New York Chspter has for Its chaplain the Rev. John J. Wynne, one of the most brilliant members of the Jesuit order. The combined councils of Cincin nati and Hamilton county held in itiation exercises Sunday, the class numbering about 100. Last Sunday . a large class was Initiated at Jasper, Ind. Another large class will receive the three de grees tomorrow st Peru. More than 1,000 couples took psrt In tho grand parade at the annual ball of La Salle Assembly, held Wednesday night at the Hotel La Salle, Chicago. 'The cornerstone of the club house of Leo. XIII. Council, of Chicago, was laid Sunday afternoon. John L. Sheridan was master of ceremonies and Judge John J. Sullivan placed the stone. Several thousand Knights witnessed the ceremonies and were addressed by Fathers D. F. McGulre and James P. Cannell, Chaplain of the council. RECOVERING. Glover Groark, the bright young son of Mr. snd Mrs. Thomas J. Groark, Front street and Ohio ave nue, Jeffersonvllle, is recovering from the effects of the fall in which he sustained a broken arm. ELECTRIC WIRING FINISHED. This week the electric light wiring for St. Thomas' Home for orphan boys was finished and the current will be turned on for Thanksgiving day. The next improvement will be the installation of modern wash ing machinery, which is "very much needed. For safety the tire eBcape, which had become rusty and could not be used, has been again put in good condition. GOOD LUCK, JIM. James J. McCormlck, the en gineer, who is well known here and especially in that section known as Limerick, where be was born and reared, is now one of the repre sentative citizens of RuBsellvllle, and is also quite a man of family, being the proud papa of three girls and one boy, ithe latter, according to many, being a chip oft the old block. FOR NEW HOME. A large crowd Is expected to be on hand at the euchre and lotto to be given by Division 3, A. O. H., at Heptasoph Hall next Wednesday evening, when in addition to the euchre and lotto there will be awards of the different combination book prizes. The proceeds will be donated to the home building fund and the committee expects to realize s nice sum. WITH THE SICK. Patrick Regan, one of the veteran Ice men of Louisville, Is In a serious condition at St. Joseph's Hospital, where be was taken for treatment for nephritis. The condition of Martin J. Cuslck, the merchant tailor, Is reported much . Improved. For the past few days he has been able to be up and see his friends. LEBANON. The marriage of Miss Harriet N. Doody and William A. Humkey, both well known in Lebanon and vicinity, was solemnized Tuesday morning In St. Augustine's church. Rev. Father Hogarty performed the cere mony, which was witnessed by a large gathering of relatives and well wishers of thebride and groom. ST. MARTIN'S. Men and women of the congrega tion announce a grand Thanksgiving social for the benefit of St. Martin's church, to be held next Thursday evening In the large ball, Shelby and Gray streets. Euchre snd lotto will be plsyed both afternoon snd even ing, snd an elegant turkey supper will be served for twenty-five cents, snd In addition a handsome door prize will be awarded. An enter tainment for the children will bs held on Frldav. beuinninr t 1 o'clock. FORTY HOURS. The Forty Hours Adoration Is des ignated for two churches In this city next week St. Mary Magdalen's, on Brook street, and the Church of Our Lady in PoVtland. These im, presBlve snd beautiful devotions will begin with the high mass tomorrow morning and continue until Tuesday. Fathers Connlff and Gausepohl will each be assisted by a number of visiting clergy. SWORN IN AH JUDGE. Judge James W. Fortune, of Jef fersonvllle, received his commission as Judge of the Fourth Judicial Cir cuit of Indiana, consisting of the Clark Circuit Court, and Wednesday be was sworn in as a regular Judge. He bsd been serving under appoint ment of Gov. Ralston fronu last Feb ruary up to tb 1st time. Judge For tune's new term starts Immediately and be . will serve for six years, his suco.aor being elected lu November, mo. FRANK FEHR jje'TSiitPo Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE. KY. FALLS CITY , w . (iicoboratbd) , Broadway and Thirty-First Street. Are Brewing- and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use. Ordef a Case for Your Home. TELEPHONES: Horns 7671-7672, Cumb. Weil C9. SALVATOR (Dark) Cumb. Phone West 191 WIEDEMANN tncoaroKATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. aw Sold at all leading bars snd cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent SavssT O RUBER & DEUSER. JOHN E. WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 TELEPHONE 209 IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED nuAvo rnv ttn I rtlTTQVIt 1 P KV. mSS BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA" WHISKY. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. iri. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield. Ky. THE $1.00 BOX DELUXE (our Saturday Special; is tbe most remarkable Flower value obtainable. Other BOXES DK LTJXB at $2,OU and $3.00. Cosipona with svery par. chase. Place Tear Orders Friday for Delivery Saturday. JACOB SCHULZ Usee 1171 VHS FLOW CHS SHOP AT SSO S. FOURTH AVENUE. HERRMANN BROS. IMPOITEM FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Distillers snd Wholssals Deal ers in Finest Barnds ef Ken tucky Whiskies, especially. Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. Tilffkwe HI t. SIXTW .MEET aive yeas boys a ednoatloa that will yseywe taeia fix life. ST. XAVIER'5 COLLEGE IIS W. Sioaaway, &oalsvUl, sty. Conducted by the Xav.rlaa Brothers. Classical, Sul.ntino and Uuslnua Course.. Preparatory Department, Large Swtramlnv Pool, Wall Kuulppad Gymna sium. Terms Moderate. Bro. Jama., Dir. MAIL THIS KENTUCKY entl.nt.al Without aey or pay tor tut J thing, sitae, eeaa M Ira a&a pz. paid you naao Book and fU lafonaattea akwaS yiuoe and yiajai-Ftanoe. eVddreea J TKJfl FACTORY MUCH M TUB BREWING CU rated BREWING CO. LIFE SAVER (Light! Home Phone 1913 Managers, Louisville, Ky. FRANK CLAY STREET. d THE 2 FAVORITES f Leeisville's Partlcnlar Smoksrt TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cigar LITTLE A. J. 5c Cigar The cigars without as equal In quality sad flsvor. Home-made Unlos-sssde snd the best-mads (or tbe money. Foi sale st all dispenser! ol smokers. T. W. TARPY a CO. MAEBBS SEVENTH ST.. NEAR MARKET MONUMENTS We hsve Just received live car loads of Monuments ranging n price from $75.00 to $200.00 and which we can give at a bargain. Before purchasing please give a call at our warerooms, 315-329 West Oreen St. K8sT Muldccn r.!cnur.::.t Co. t; IRISH AMERICAN COUPON ABLER PIANO FACTORY ' rweaty-BiBh aad Cfesetaut Bte. laouaviue, mj. onlltfatloa ea say part e yarohaae LOWtST MUCH ALWAYS.