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F u 0 AMERICAN VuilA1E YXVNU 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1U 1910 PRICE FIVE CLEATS I 4QUSTIONS That the People Would LUte to Have Answered and Quickly Knottism and A PAilllll ArcI I Linked Together in Local Politics Is the Post Editorr Anxious FdrI Another Uloot13IMoiiday NIGHT RIDERS ATTACK RECTORY Knott and Knownotihlngism seems to be the emblem nailed to the standard of the Louisville Evening Post Knownothlngism Is not an English wordIt is an Amer icanism In Latin the Knownothin Is an Ignoramus lin Greek he Is a Agnostic In plain English as un derstood by Americans Knownoth inglsni means hatred toward th Catholic church and opposition to Catholics or in latter day A P Alsm I On the afternoon of November 8 j 1910 the recent election day a crowd of rowdies assembled on prominent local thoroughfare and broke the windows in tho front of the rectory adjoining a Catholic house of worship The inflammatory articles In the Post had stirred them to that extent It bo camp necessary for the priest who iis pastor of the church In question to telephone for police protection A Captain responded with a squad omen f and left a detail there untila dawn of the next day Had It no been for the wise counsel of several local clergymen some Catholics might have undertaken Immediate retaliatory measures But Catholics are like other menthere is always a limit to their patience Knotts violent antiCatholic talk caused the stoning of that building he must accept the consequences sooner orii later The Kentucky Irish American declared last week and in no uncertain language that Mr Knott wasI traffic manager for tho A P I movement Ho has not denied It Can he The editor of the Evening Post said on Tuesday of this week and we quote from his own paper I 1 CopWhtllgnV ttcfict polled ytTOtf votes Had 1000 of these votes been polled for Mr Egan he would have been elected He was slaughtered by the Buckingham movement The official count shows that Mr Egan received 7222 votes Mr Egan is popular in railroad circles and among Catholics From rail road men and from Catholics who prefer to vote for principle rather than for party affiliation Mr Egan is bound to have received between 5000 and 6000 votes What her came of those who ought to have voted for him if they voted the ticket championed by Dick Knott Mr Egan is a Catholic and ho was only nominally on tho Knott ticket There is method in Knotts madness He masks his mania as an artillery officer would mask his batteries Knott goes a little further He tries to make it appear that tho other follows batteries are masked When he moons Whallen he refers to the Buckingham when he means the Catholic church he says Whallen and calls for the downfall of Whal leniam He really means the downfall of Catholicism He does not care how It comes about Mr Knott it is up to you you want a recurrence of DoII Monday or will you haul down a iflag of A P Aism Do you Want to put tho city of Louisville back another fifty years by stirring up- reHgloushatred I Is it not true Mr Knott that you are now stirring up strife among religious creeds and inflaming their i passions one against another Is it not true that you have been de serted by Democrats and by all Republicans of the old line Ilk I Have you any following save the A P A element In any party Is It your intention to have the I houses of worship where Catholics perform their religious services iln their own way and as they under stand tho law of God assailed and are they to receive tho treatment that was administered on the night of tho recent November election byII your new party Will you state for the benefit of the entire city of Louisville if you were straight out for the Citizens ticket that you wrote eo much about Wore you not the party who drove the compromise in which Egan was to be sacrificed on ac count of his religion Were you not a party to the conference that brought about the compromise whore the Peoplos and the Citizens tickets were called together and where the agreement was reached cuIJzi ticket known as the Peoples y ticketIMr Knott is not Mr Rose your Business manager and adviser the partner ot Gottschalk who was elected on the Peoples ticket and also the partner of John dowtea Is notCo MtJ1e man who went i nightly anaklng the bitter statement behind clued door Down with Cfcfcholictem Jait not a foot iaat you ire ineieting oa him BetH new Secretary toe the Ued SoHool 1t ucIaN mM Roiw Uott aebalkatlad CoW1tetJh ewaaw- u MM 4- U m I managers of the Standard Printing Company Are you not a stock I holder In that company The broadgauged and honest thinking people of Louisville asI I well as the taxpayers and lovers of It t Louisvilles fair name and the i homes will await with anxiety an answer ENCOUKAGED Bishop ODonaghue Wel Catholicfederation I The meeting of the Federation of Catholic Societies last week was the most representative held for two years and the words of Bishop ODonaghue greatly encouraged the men and women who compose the body President Anthony J Sheri dan occupied the chair with James B Kelly ot his post as Secretary Business was hurriedly dispatched and after a few remarks about the purpose of the Federation President Sheridan welcomed the Bishop to the meeting and Introduced him t the deleagtes Bishop seemed to be in his best humor and after thanking the officers and saidgpartnI This union of Catholic bodies is a national movement and is one that commendedeThis Is the first time that I have workihast being done here in Louisville but liS know that a high purpose is being accomplished hero as elsewhere In deepaInterest dn what was going on and I attended the national convention of the Federation of Catholic So cieties there I am glad that I have this opportunity of declaring my faith in your efforts and I assure you that I am heartily in sympathy with the fight you are making in behalf of the uplift of our city and our Catholic people Only in union can we hope to accomplish anything As falltshort of their mark but when we become united in a common cause then strength Is added to our zeal Tho things that this organization stands for are the things that Chris tianity stands for It was organized to champion decency and public mor ality and to wage a relentless war against those things that would corrupt our youth and invade our homes This is a Catholic Institu tlon It is true but Us aims are not to stir up bad feeling or to Work for selfish ends Naturally we must ever stand for our rights as Cath olics but the only right the good Catholic wants ils equality before the arkcordingscience and to give his children the opportunity of becoming good men and women and good citizens of this great country The Very Rev James P Cronin Vicar General of the diocese also spoke upon the work that the Fed eration is doing and said that he is heartily in favor of it FIFTY LADIESW Beautiful Exemplification- by Auxiliary Degree Team I Wednesday night the Ladles Auxiliary A O H held one of the most Interesting and successful meetings since its organization The announcement that the new para phernalia would be used In the ex emplification of the first and second degrees brought out a large attend anco and Falls City Hall was thronged Miss Rose Sweeney pre sided and dispatched the routine alacritylAtter tumed announced ready for the Initiation of the fifty ladieS in waiting paraI robes was a most agreeable surprise to both the old and now members and their work was pronounced the best ever witnessed in Kentucky When the degrees had been con ferred the Literary Committee in vited all to participate in a coffee social which was a surprise and greatly enjoyed The attentiOn of the members was called to the election of officers next month when another big meeting will be held FORTY HOURS PRAYER IBeginning with the high mass the beautiful and impressive devotions known as the Forty Hours adoration will take place at St Mary Magdalenes church on Brook street continuing until Tuesday There will be ser mons well worth hearing and the pastor Rev Father William Gause pohl will have accommodations for all who attend A number of visit ing clergymen will take part In the services and assist the pastor SULTAN HONORS PRIEST Rev Stephen Baur G S S has received from the Sultan of Zanzi bar the decoration of the Brilliant Star for his long and faithful mis lonary labors In Africa Father Baur began his apostolic work la 1862 c JAPAN WANTS AEROS TJte JaveraeM army Sias closed a eantract wlolii1Naeon fi rear- SemtMtyea e of lah Wriht for a fleet of aeraobWNi and officers will be aratta Cfermiiny for tafttraetkd 1 iliettttMale II i GERMANS andr1 Unity Preserved l y the Vatican Cardinal Flisclier Slmf ell s Ylc tory From n HIs Worst Opponents 1 Sistine Glinpcl BeautJHcd bj Gttt of Bavarian Prince CATHOLICS WELL ORGANIZED Cardinal Fischer Archbishop of dmportanto Hetame there with three objects la view To protest against tho speech delivered by the Mayor of Rome on September 21 to offer the loyalty rChdio1CCIn a matter which has threatened to wreck the unity of German Cath olics and which is almost equal in Importance for Catholics of the I whole Englishspeaking world It has been frequently announced in tho press that Cardinal Fischer tfij andlastRoman prelate MonsIgnor Pardlni to his diocese to investigate the charge There Is no truth whatever In this but It is true that there have been a party among German Cath olics who believe that the Cardinal has been acing against the spirit of j tho Papal directions In the matter of Catholic organization- At present the Catholics of the Fatherland are organized politically In the Centre party socially in a popular union which contains more than a million members economically in Christian syndicates comprising more than three hundred thousand working In all these branches The organizations of Catholics are open also to Prot estants who profess the same politi cal and social alms The group op posed to Cardinal Fischer advocated the exclusion of all nonCatholics from tle organizations and when it Was announced recently that the Archbishop of Cologne was about to visit Rome they felt aura JIt was at 1 the summons of the Ppand in order to be exhorted to give Cath olic direction to the movement The Cardinal already has had a long audience with Plus X and although ho said nothing of his conversation it has been disclosed that the result will bo to leave things exactly as they were Had a dif ferent decision been given It would have affected Indirectly the organi zation of Catholics in English speaking countries The Cardinal will have other conversation with Pius X this week t The Pope has seen the completion of another of those Important artistic changes in the Vatican which have marked his pontificate The SIslne Chapel Is a great artwork but its majesty has been marred Jn the first half of the last century by windows of colored glass which both In tint and design are out of harmony with the archl tecture and frescoes and during the early years of the pontificate of Plus X be expressed a hqpe that ho might some day be enabled to remedy this blot The Prince Regent of Bavaria hcarng this determined to make a gift to the Pontiff for bis sacerdotal jubilee of new win dows An international committee of great artists was chosen to select designs and last Wednesday the windows perfectly adapted to the glorious chapel were unveiled in the presence of the Pope Cardinal Merry del Val and Baron on Git tenberg Minister of Bavaria to the Holy See as well as tho chief pre lates of the Vatican The Pope in a brief address gave his thanks and declared that the Immortal frescoes of the masters of the Renaissance were now definitely restored In their true light Ho also warmly I thanked the Prince Regent for his precious gift ir PROVED FATAL I News of the death of Thomas Malone for many years one of the most popular employes In the serv ice of the L and N was received with feelings of deepest sorrow by his many friends and fellow work men While working in the shops at South Louisville he fell from a scaffold and received injuries that proved fatal Thomas Malone was a native of this city and had worked for the L and N since he was a boy Ho was a Knight of Columbus and identified with all movements for the advancement of his race and religion Mr Malone is survived iby one sister Miss Winifred Malone The funeral took place Saturday morning from St Louis Bertrands church and the largo attendance at tested the esteem in which he had been held s ANNUAL LINEN SHOWER The Sisters of Charity in charge of St Thomas Orphanage at Pres ton Park on the Newburg road have announced their Host annual linen aower to tike place on Thanksgiving day November 24 1919 troop 2 to B oeleek IMwf ill H poft aeerptataie la the Mrs tit Milt wUenrear ibfM s tram IJ JIu three to fourteen years of age tow cling waists readymade sizes six to fourteen shoots two and a quar ter by one and a half yards pillow slips eighteen by thirtytwo dnches stockings sizes ttireejto fourteen years etc This Is a most worthy cause and 1 1s If to be hoped there will be a en erous response J SULL1Y AN RILEY ii Popular Your KFeope t- iNed o Thun Csgiving Mornl g tE h St Patricks churc will bo th scene of ta brilliant wedding at 9 oclock Thanksgivlng morning when the Rev James P Cronin V G will be the celebrant of the nuptial high mass and join for life Miss Mary Gertrude Sullivan and John M Riley The attendai tswill be Miss Anna B Sullivan sister of the bride and John i iCarman Miss Sullivan is the attractive and accomplished daughter jql Attorney PIT Sullivan and la a favorite among wide circle of acquaintance The groomelect Is a well known resident of the West End prominent lii Hibernian circles and connected with the T W Tarpey Cigar Com pany Both parties are popular socially J and have the best wishes of a host of friends for a life of happi ness and prosperity I Following the church ceremony thor will be a reception at the of the brideshomo parents 626 eUeth street The happy Couple will leave on the night train to spend t their honey moon In Chicago and the North and will be home to their friends about December 8 APPRECIATION it i Shown Major Gen Kadcski by Local Catholic1 Knights S Jfh enthusiastic meeting of the Central Committee 6Kthe Catholic Knights of America was held Friday night at St Mays Hall when appreciation was shown a former Supreme officer visiting Louisville President Eugene McCarthy occupied the chair and heard reports from the varloua commlttees which showed the progress being made The Entertainment I Committee re ported that its recommendations would be made at the next meeting and that they would e approved by the Catholic comm nIg Attthis Junctiiral3H arlrriyjali jot former Major Gen Kadeski of Stj Louis was announced and in his honor the meeting was resolved Into a social session After being welcomed by Delegates McGinn Reichert Rogers Meehan Holloy Veeneman Mater and others Presi dent McCarthy Introduced Major Gen Kadcski as a former Supremo officer and standby of the Catholic Knights of America The Major General expressed his pride and sat isfaction over the reception ten tiered him which showed that the spirit of the order was growing The Catholic Knights of America he said were never in better condition than now when one who secures a member becomes an official and if each would do this their number would soon double He was also gratified to state that Catholic men II and women are realizing now that the order is in a proper and pros perous condition with a bright out look for the near future The reading of a letter from Supreme Delegate McDonald of New York though solemnly and merIrimentI followed m honor of the vIsitorfrom Missouri RECENT DEATHS Monday morning at Holy Cross church Father Sheridan conducted I the funeral services over the remains of Adam Bischof who met his death t lan1kakeeI I 1 j respected member of the Holy Cross parish and his family has the sym pathy of the community in their i bereavement Irhe funeral of Miss Dora Cau field whose death occurred Saturday took place Monday morning MissIfor several weeks from a complication of diseases and the end was not unexpected She Is survived by her brother Martin Caufleld with whom she resided at 1826 Todd street Mr and Sire Charles Mivelaz 1227 Everett avenue have the sym pathy of a wide circle of friends and acquaintances over the death of their elevenyearold son Jack Mivelaz who fell a victim to appendicitis The funeral took place Saturday morning from St Brigids church his young associates acting as pallbearers And tenderly llaying him to rest j ANOTHER NEW CJ ROJrII Father Jansen anltho members of 6t Brlgldg congregation have under consideration the erection of a new 60000 qaurch edff1eeon the site adjoining that occupied by the present church which ig entirely too smell for the Increasing number of Catholics in its vicinity JftMea is a church builder atnerIII while definite action bg toff taken tom fiei every recMoa to- bellevetbdt It will not be lost un4U tW foradMlett te HM irUi beet ohorah itt me- a HlMdlfliMk 0 j a J FEDERATION Ii Great Convention 01Catholi Societies Held at iffiv Orleans Condemns Mayor of tome For Indignity oiflcrcd Pope Plus X thec State Depart incut at Washington STRONG RESOLUTIONS ADOPTEDI The American Federation otr Catholic Societies in the greatest convention in its history convened last Sunday at New Orleans and itsI first action was tho adoption of res olutions protesting against theI Indignitofferedy t tho closing session on Wednesday the following officers were chosen President Edward Feeney of BrooklynSecretaryAnthony Matre of St Louis I Treasurer C H Schulte of De troitMarshalAnthony Kuhns ot Hays Kan I Color BearerJoseph Redwlllow of South Dakota The new Vice Presidents elected were Julius A Coller Shaopee Minn C W Wallace Columbus Ohio John T Kelley Milwaukee Now members of the Executive Board elected were Henry Wessllng Boston and F W Heckenkamp Quincy Ill The next convention will be held at Columbus Ohio At Tuesdays session the Federa tion strongly reaffirmed its position against the divorce evil commended work looking to Increased immigra tion and efforts for protection of immigrants against unscrupulous land agents took a firm stand against Bible readings in pubic schools made a plea for clean Jour nalism and pledged support to a vig orous crusade for the suppression of the O called whiteslave traffic Principal among the resolutions adopted at the concluding session was one of denunciation of the ad II republic dation of the State Department at Washington for delaying recognition of the new Government Horror was expressed at the barbarous inception of the new republic President Braga and his associates were scored for their persecution of Catholics their harsh and insulting treatment of nuns and monks The National Educational Associa tion was denounced for attempting to set up in this country an eduoa ti nal trust as a menace to individual liberty and to the primary rights which every American citizen enjoys of choosing the kind of edu cation which he may wish to give to his child The Federation declared against the substitution of ethical teaching for religious training In schools and colleges protesting against Bible reading in public schools depreciated the use of public funds or of public buildings for lecture courses in philosophy literature or science urged the establishment of more parish schools and demanded some equitable compensation for the secular education given in Catholic schools Congress was urged to amend the postal laws so as to include within the scope of prohibited literature books papers writings and prints which outrage religous convictions and contain scurrilous and slander ous attacks upon the faith Discrimination against the employment of Catholics in the public service because of their religion was condemned The furtherance of mis son work among the Indians and negroes was urged Tho evils of child labor wits deplored as was the traffic In divorce Catholics everywhere were urged to make prompt and vigorous protest against the publication of every newspaper or magazine article offensive to the church and to withdraw support from all suck publications whose management paid no heed to written or oral protests The establishment of an International Catholic Press Association was indorsed The con eluding resolution follows We protest against propaganda which em bitter the workingman preach a gospel of class hatred of confiscation of private property maxe marriage a mockery deny Paternal rights and responsibility and pro claim State control and even owner ship of the child- BROWNSON i lUmOnIAII The Urownson Memoriall Commit tee and Right Rev Monsignor Lavollo have completed the arrangements for the unveiling of the Browneon memorial In Riverside Park New York Qlty on the morning of Thanksgiving day November 24 The Brownson monument is the wok of the late Samuel J Kit son of Boston and the unveiling ceremonies will be under the auspices of the Catholic Club FATTIER WHITES LECTURE The Rev Thomas W White ipso ta tor reklOUrtoRI seer Il Xttrev TtUlII ptIIIl11 fcmer and the jraeHc tbe benefit ef a l r his observations In a lecture o Rome In the church tomorrow evening at 8 oclock Father 1Yhit spent some time In the Eternal City and was received in private audi ence by Pope Pius X Father White his3churchsbouldI admission fee will bo charged whic will go to lessen the remainder o the parish debt 1 1LOVEFOnEIUN I Awakened by P H Calla han in Hibernian Hearts i i The reception tendered Mr P H jCallahan and members of the I DII0 of the most enjoyable and instruc I theIj I G offered the opening prayer and was followed by President Thomas Walsh who welcomed largelandIn his Introduction of the guest oft the evening Disclaiming ability to deliver a lecture or make a speech Mr Calla hans narrative was marked by flashes of oratory and wit that held his hearers spellbound or convulsed prefacehishardships of the emigrants of former eit days with the speed and luxury of tho present time They wero our forefathers and It was they who did so much In the making of this country and the development of its natural resources Ireland was not behind the other natIons in but one thing the right of selfgovernment Its railway trains excel the Pull man cars of this country in elegance and luxury and the worst roads in Ireland equal our Thirdstreet boulevard With double deck streetcars automobiles and jaunting cars there was every facility and comfort for the traveler After a beautiful picture of the scenery of Ireland tho old abbeys monasteries monuments and Blarney Castle he took his hearers with him to Cork Waterford Mallow Oantry Glen gaulffe Klllarney Muckross Abbey Tralee LIstowel and Us one rail track to Ballybunlon Limerick and the treaty stone Ennis Gort Gal way Salt Hill Connemara Tuam Dunmore Ballyhaunls Dallagha derien Loughglynn Castloreagh Boyle Carrick Roscommon Ath lone Dublin and Bray Head Father Cronin in a few words ex presed himself happy to be In such greatlyappreciatedhad said P T Sullivan David OConnell and James P Barry were also called on In the meantime light refreshments being served all present KEDMOND Received With Big Ova tions Throughout Irelaud John E Redmond leader of the Irish Parliamentary party arrived at Queen townlast Saturday on the steamship Celtic from New York Tlere was a big gathering of repre sentatives of public bodies and political parties as special interest attached to his homecoming with reference to the attitude of tho Na tionalists In the present political crIsis All sides recognize the im portance of tho Nationalist leader as- a factor largely governing the situa tlon Replying to an address of welcome Redmond dwelt with en thusiasm on his reception In the United States front which country strgngerthanhotermined than ever to push on the work Inaugurated by his party No such demonstration has been wtnessed at Crookhaven since Par nell returned from his American tour In 1880 as the welcome given to the leader of the Irish Parlia mentary party and the other members of the Irish deputation when the steamship Celtic appeared Saturday i afternoon Great bonfires burned on all the hilltops Salutes were fired and rockets sent UP Many wireless messages bearing greetings were dispatched to the Irish leaders on heir way the ocean acrossII The situation In becoming more complicated and it is regarded as practically pertain that the general elections will be held in December SURPRISED BY FRIENDS IFort friends ladles and gentle men and a number of children gave Mr and Mrs J Charles Obst a great surprise last Sunday afternoon at their country home at Prestonia Until recently Mr and Mrs Obst had resided in this city and the visit was In the nature of a house warming and Inspection of the farm Mrs Obst was equal to the occasion and while liar guests were enjoying themselves prepared a most bounteous country supper All were loud In praise x t the hospitality of the hostess and loft with the wish that the best crop Of the past might be the worst for the future of the now farmer GRANTED AUDIENCE Right Rev Monsignor Colanerl Vicar General eP the plooeee to Omaha arrived la Rome last nveek m4 wu received I1m private Audteaee ay Ute Holy Father s F eHISTORIC jWill Bo Tomorrow in the An GeorgesfParish Handsome New Church to Be I Dedicated to Service u i 1oiGod S Bislipp Will ConducttltoCre nionics and Preach Sermon t MONUMENT TO FATHER WEISS 44TomorrowIn tho annals of St Georges parish a historic day to the Catholics of that section of Louisville The old and Worn will treasure the memory of this occasion as the fulfillment after years of waiting of a cher ished hope The young who witness it will in the years to come tell it to their children and their chit M drens children and so the memory of It shall not tile Why Because marks so to speak a new era In the Catholic religion here A now temple is raised to the glory of the Infinite God and tho Eucharistic God of the tabernacle comes to dwell in tho new home which the hands of man and the generosity of the poor and the rich and the zeal of a Catholic priest have reared Anew church is a new house of God and another gate of heaven The dedication of one of the handsomest churches in the city the new St Georges on Eighteenth street near Magnolia will take place at 10 oclock tomorrow morn ing when the Right Roy Bishop o ODonaghue will preside at the im pressive ceremonies assisted by a number of priests from all parts of the city Ground was broken for the erection of this edifice Septom ber 20 1909 and the cornerstone was laid with great selemnity by the Very Rev James P Cronin k administrator of the diocese on Sunday October 31 1909 assisted by twentyfour priests The buildhIng is 63x124 feet with a basement under the rear part which contains f the steam heatIng apparatus and fuel rooms The style of architecture 1 is the late Renaissance or properly speaking the CatholictBaroque stylet of the seventeenthr jvidedj vaults and there are no Interior columns the clear space of the ceil- Ing being supported by steel trusses The foundation ils of rubble masonry p the side walls of pressed brick tho front and lower of light gray brick and cut stone trimmings and tho root of tile 1tiincludingbalcony for the choir and organ There are three front and one side entrance with the baptistry adjoin Ing the right side of the central vestibule The three altars are designed along the same lines as the architecture of the building Six artistic figured windows will repre sent the apparition of our Lord to the Blessed Virgin Mary Christ giving the keys to St Peter the nativity of our Lord the annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Christ blessing the children and St George slaying the dragon Tho brass e1ectTic light chandeliers are of beautiful deslghvas are also the pews and confe8sohals designed by Lausberg Macko ofihjs city The parish of St Georgowas or ganized in October 1897 with twelve families and the first frame church building was dedicated by the late Very Rev M Bouchet V G on March 13 1898 the Rev P M J Rock of the Cathedral preaching the dedication sermon Today Father Weiss has a congrega tion of over 200 families Following the dedicatory ceremonies there will be a solemn high mass cele brated by the pastor Roy Father George Weiss and the Bishop will preach the sermon A mixed choir of thirtyfive voices will bq under the direction of Prof P A Stark with Mrs Stark presiding at the organ the evening there will be sol IIn vespers sermon by Rev Oscar P Ackermann L C L blessing Of the new statues and benediction At this service all will have an oppor tunity of seeing the beautiful Illumination of the new church which will long stand a monument to the zeal and energy of Father yWeiss The church can be reached by the Eighteenthstreet car line to which transfers can be had from all parts of the city- ALUMNAE BANQUET The Alumnae Society ot Presen tation Academy Fourth and Brook Inridge will hold its annual banquet In the art rooms of the academy on Monday which will be the patrbnal feast day of that splendid educA tlonal institution REPORTED IMPROVING Richard Fleming a well kKwwn resident of New Albany who bee been confined to his home on Char tie street with a threatened attack of blood poisoning te reported fcn proving Mr Flemings UbMH resulted from an Injury to I4atdOt abstained at Ue Akr M ft Ott foun impplay4i n t 1IJr rv 1- l 4 KE TUOKY IRISH AltIERXCAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflNiriev- eted to the Social and Moral Advanceraemeat of Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mcni Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc BnUr 4 at tko LoulivlIU Pototncee secondClw Hitter Address anl Commuulcatlns tto tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreea St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19 1910 LIBERTY OF THOUGHT I Tho Kentucky Irish American ray appear to devote a llttlemore of1 its space than usual to the local political field this week Tho j exigencies of the occasion demand It Since Its fIrst appearance on July 4- 1i 1898 the Kentucky Irish American i tins stood for good clean politics if It maintains the same front today I has advocated good men honest citizens drrespeotive of creed or uationallty for every office in the gift of the people When the candidacy of the Rev E L Powell and Andrew Broadus was announced 4 few weeks back those interested in Ibis paper were among the earliest to affix their signatures We knaw that Dr Powell and Mr Broadus were honest sincere and law abiding clUzens We did not question the creed of either When W O Head was nomlnaled for Mayor when Miller I1rby Gordon Lincoln Field Weissinger and Boldrick were nominated tor judicial offices the Kentucky Irish American did not question their creed We did not ask To what church docs Swagar Sherley belong nor At what shrine does Shackelford Miller worship It was enough to know that the candl dates were good men good citizens good Americans The Catholics of Louisville are being assailed because ot their religion We stand for the Catholics and Intend ito be in the forefront ot defence until tho crow of midnight assassins haul down their flag und P plead for mercy HOME MISSION WORK + Every parish In Louisville shouhl have some club or organization to Impovo the thoughts and the think- Ing of its young people This is the s time when many little coteries are forming for the passing ot the long winter evenings ahead There w1l1 bo dancing card playing theater a going suppers and many forms of T social festivity and excitement but would It sot be more pleasing more profitable to hear of library stten title art and debating clubs formed to devote the long nights to Such events are no only Interesting and Improving but they make the mind and heart better How much every it locality needs sonic element ot selfImprovement must be conceded by all parents There is nothing a virile personality can engage in that would do more good to a neighbor hood than to organize on purpose to Improve the young people in oome of the arts of life It is a grand phase of home mission work The young boy and girl will find it 0 test of their condition to discover whpther they delight In trae things or only whims and foibles when asked to join a club to widen the area of their knowledge or to elevate the character of their thinking Fathers and inothbrs would find rend ot pleasure if through their efforts these suggestions were carried out- CONTRACTS FOR TEACHERS Buffalo school teachers have petitioned tho city authorities flr changes that will secure thorn pet manent contracts The request made aTe important and suggea recommendations that might not b- efouti of placo for consideration by our incoming School Commission Ili Buffalo as in Louisville and else where tho annual contract is ia continual menace It Is a most disturbing element in our schoo systema system which should bas free from friction as It Is pos Bible to make It For tho good ot the educational department tb contract system might safely be adopted with power vested In aa- board of examiners or some other efficient body to cancel the contract when the teacher proves to be negligent or Incompetent or for other just and sufficient cause There has been much bartering and uncertainty about their tenure which the contract system would remove and at the same time permanently itakothe schools entirely away from the politicians and political Influencen CHECK AUTO CRAZE t Two recent decisions by the New York Court ot Appeals that put a new aspect upon automobile lIPe- edJncve direct application here in fjoatavllle ayherethere sMtui to be i iwoteotton for the p 4Mtrian fUduoed to U bare bone the plea of thr reckless autotot haa Gaea c ekata bo couldnt be more careful and keep up his rate of speed All SOltS of reasons liave been offered for Iceaplrig a breakneck pace recardless of trains trolley cars horse vehicles and pedestrians In the road One of tho decisions referred to holds that It s more imperative frpersons running an auto to stop at- II a railway crossing and look and listen than when using horse dra1vn vehicles The auto wonjt get scared at the engine and besides cellist may injure passengers on tho train The other decision is to the etfect that every passenger on the front seat of an auto must exercise care protest against the taking of dangerous chances by the chauUeurln I charge It is about time that autolsts were shown that the hIgh- ways I aro not for speeding pleasure to the exclusion of everything else and these decisions are a gOod beginning AMKIIICAX PATRIOTS The real American patriots are not those who are always ipratlng ot tho American spirit but those calm quiet selffpossessed souls I who rarely think of asking themselves whether they are Americans or n- and I who are too sincere and ardentI in their patriotism to imagine It- II can be necessary to parade its titles Their patriotism has no suspicions no jealousies no fears no selfcoiI sciousness It is too deep for words ft Is silent majestic It is whereI the country Is does what she bids I and though sacrificing all upon ller altars never dreams that it is doing anything extraordinary IMIOTEST NATHAN According to Rome dispatches people of all classes are awakenlrI to the humiliation brought uponI tlem by the words and conduct t- II the citys Chief Executive rhe speech which the Mayor Ernest Nathan made attacking the Catholi I Church and the Pope was read allover the world That it produced a- II sense of insult not only to Catholic but to nonCatholics soon became I evident Protests have come iIn- I I from every part of the world andI this universal note of sympathy with the Pope under these Insolent out rages of the Mayor of Rome was ratifying to him Perhaps the most ratifying of all these protests how jeer were those sent to him by the Intermediary of Archbishop John Si Farley of New York and the Most Rev Dlomedo Falconlo Apos I tolic Delegate in the United State I Champ Clark who will be the text Speaker of the House of Repr I entatlves is the sanest most 1 olerant most fairminded of men He hates Republicanism and loves lopublicans He assailed McKinley nd Roosevelt but never bitter and always bore his personal testi i ipny to their tine qualities HEi IIs- as popular on the Republican side I as on the Democratic When h peaks the whole House of Repre entatlves forsakes the Bennlng rae rack and its other engagements and omes in to hear him He never talks too much or too often I IThe Irish Standard deserves ever I kind word said for its silver jubilee True to Its principles ably editedI and fearless It is a first class I I journal a welcome visitor to the amlly circle and deserving ol truest support As one of out ontemporarles says heres health and good luck to the Irish Standard I and may the owners and editorial taff circle round the festive boarsI to celebrate Its golden jubilee I The Federation i of Catholic ocletles at New Orleans took the J right stand upon the labor questionI esolutlons adopted express sym pathy with every legitimate effort otI organized labor for a living Wage reasonable hours protection t- Ufe I and limb workmens compensa tlon and decent and helpful conditions I in the home shop mine and factory Most overy home has old garments hanging away in the closets doing I IIno one any good Why not give them t some poor family It is easy o- help the poor In this way Every woman should have a vote or a voter tEXICAN POWDER FACTORY The Mexican GAV4Knkieat 1YLN tblWl4dal powder fet- kry wa capacity of 110000 omit a 7 MTi e a wenlfi SOG1ETY s SJMiss Sara Harris was the guest rkvlewlonI Frank Melxsel has returned a season ot rest and recreation at West Baden Springs Miss Mary Whalen entertained her card club yosterday evening at her homo in Portland Mrs Edwin Daum was hostess to her bridge club on Wednesday at her Homo in the Highlands Mrs Max Gerard has been visiting at Decatur Ind the guest of Iher sister Mrs Dr H F Costello Miss Margaret Tobin was a visitor In Jotferaontown last week Itho guest of Miss Theresa McDermott Mr and Mrs Dennis Hagan have returned from Lebanon JunclJon after a visit to Mrs E L Bowllr Miss Bessie Rapier of New Haven has been spending tmb week hero with her sister Mrs Sam J Dant The friends of John Phelan Jr will be sorry to learn that he is saTI ously ill at his home on Seventh street Mrs William H Shelley and hU dren left Thursday to Join Mr Shelley and spend the winter at Juarez Mexico Miss Emma Michel Kathleen Hoover and Catherine Corrigan wUl entertain with a dance at Utopian Hall next Friday evening Mrs James B Kelly and chUdren have returned home from a two months visit to her sister Mrs John Wilde at Colorado Springs Col Miss Myrtle West of Mtddletow Is making nice progress toward re eovery at St Josephs Infirmary where she Is being treated for IIn- JurIes received from a fall Magistrate Frank Dacher has been spending his annual vacation at West Baden Springs and returns benefited In health and ready for all business that may come to his court Mr and Mrs Thomas Carr and lIt tie daughter Catherine Carr of Jpffersonvllle have gone to Omah sob where they will visit the mother of Mrs Carr and attend the marriage of Miss Nellie Pollock and Phillip Welch Tuesday November 22 Joseph H Duffy of Lafayeti township and Miss Isabelle Smit of Sliver street New Albany were united In marriage Tuesday morn- Ing at Holy Trinity church by the Rev Father Curran A large number ot friends were present to wi ness the ceremony Miss Clara Jacques will entertain the Young Ladles Euchre Club ot the West End at her home 2422 St Xavier street on Tuesday evening November 22 This will be a- Thanksgiving celebration for the club and will prove one ot the most enjoyable of the season Announcement has been made ot he engagement of Henry E Dan croft of this city and Miss Iren lurns of Jeffersonville Their mar togo will be solemnized the latter tart of this month at St Augustine church by the Rev Father OCon verl The brideelect is a daughte ot Mr and Mrs John Burns Who live on Missouri avenue and is a lopular young woman Prosecutor George Kopp an ride who was Mrs Frances Kei Igan have returned from their wed ling trip and have gone to house teeplng at 521 East Market street reffersonvllle They were quletl married on Thursday of last weel by Rev Father John OConnell or- St Augustines church Both have long been prominent and popular in refferEonvilles bes society circles The wedding of Miss Alma Bruc Owens and J J Kavanagh the well known young lawyer will be olemnlzed Tuesday morning No ember 22 at St Louis Bortrand huroh The Rev Father Clark will perform the ceremony which will be followed by a breakfast at the ome of the brides parents Mr am Mrs George Owens in the Owens Hill apartment The wedding wit be very quiet on account of arecert ereavement in the family Tie marriage of Maurice G Fitz gbbon and Miss Loraine McDonald took place Wednesday afternoon at- St James church Miss Florence McDonald was her sisters attendant nd Francis Fitzgibbon his brothers best man Laurence Meany Charles 1 Travis Carroll Burch and Charles Dallasot Detroit Mich were the ushers After the ceremonyMr and Mrs Fitzglbbon left or an extended trip East Upon their return they will go to housekeeping in the HIghlands The marriage of Miss Mamie E- Stoke of 2314 Frankfort avenue and John H Wulf of 674 Janslng avenue was eolemnlzed with a nuptial mass Wednecday mornng at St Boniface church too Rev Father chard officiating Following the arch ceremony the bridal party re rued tq the home of the bride here a wedding breakfast was served for 4e members of the im edlatd families Later the happy couple left for a trip East whence they will return December 3 William S Kennedy and tUss- Ella Hoffman were quietly married nday afternoon by the Rev ther Jansen of St Brltfdg church Edward Kennedy and c- Belt Hoffman being tale attendants 1ke groom to eonncted with the J L OUe Plumbing Company and thbrde lathe ch pming daughter or John Hoffman Both are well own and have been prominent in a East End social circles Bunday evening the ihappy couple left tOI Bt Louis where they are the guests of the brides aunt After November 24 they will bo at home to their friends at the Hoffman reS- Idence I on Barrett avenue i VISITED OLD FRIENDS Officer Herman Kussman a member of time Cincinnati police department but a native ot Louisvil spent last week hore as the guest or Lieut Edward Pulford and Sert Jerry Quill and visited the scenes ot hIs boyhood days Though ho 1 l1as lived In Cincinnati since he was n young man and has been on force the there for over twenty yearshe had such a pleasant time that ho would not strenuously object to again returning to Louisville I SMILING PARENTS SmTes that it will take some time to come off are to be eeen on tthe roun enano of Louis L Itrnsella tf J716 West Guosnut street and the delIghted uncles of young Norbert L Kineella who arrived sately Monday morning The little felow will be christened tomorrow at St Anthonys church and though 1tbe roatlves have other nephews they believe that this is the best one that over arrived to cheer their lives and tho proud parents- SOUVENIRS FOR DANGERS Mackin Council Social Club wUl have a pleasant surprise for Its friends at its Thanksgiving eve dance Wednesday night at the clubhouse For each lacy there will be a Thanksgiving souvenir but en tlrely different tom any heretofore given The hall will be speciallY decorated and the music will be the latest out A large gathering Is looked for and care will bo taken that all spend a most enjoyable evening SPIRITUAL RETREAT The three days spiritual retreat conducted by the Rev Eugene Don aghue Qf the Cathedral for the Sisters alumnae and pupils of Presentation Academy came to a suc cessul close yesterday evening During the three days there was mornIIngafternoon The custom was begun by Mother Eutropla severalyears ago and has grown into great favo FALL FRACTURED KNEE Mrs James M OMara wife ot Patrolman OMara of the Fifth po lice district slipped on the sidewalk at Hancock and Market streets at 8 oclock Saturday night and fell fracturing her knee She was taken in an ambulance to her home 229 South Hancock street where she re eelved prompt medical attention and Is now resting easy though it ill bo some time before she will be able to walk FATHER BRATTY ARRIVES Rev Father Philip Brady whooe rdainatlon In Ireland was recent toted in these columns arrived iin oulsvllle last Saturday and is now stationed at St Cecilias Sunday he said his first mass here and made a fine impression He Is a young man and by many it is hoped he Mill be allowed to remain as assistant to the pastor Rev A J 3rody who is his uncle SODALITY RETREAT As preparation for the worth lebration of the feast of St Ceclll a spiritual retreat will be conducte by the Rev RC Ruff for the girls and young ladles of tho St Ceclll Sodality of St Vincent de Pauls church beginning next Wednesda and closing the following Sunda fternoon when there will be un nrollment of members Into the lodallty ot the Blessed Virgin Marj MASONIC THEATER Henry E Dlxey comes to the Masonic Theater for the first half next week in The Naked Truth the laughter rage of this season As II comedian Henry Dlxey stand lone among American players For twenty years he has been dentate wlth legitimate comedy and has Iways made good The compan supporting him Is one of the bes that ever left New York OFFERS THREE PRIZES Major Gen Leo Kadeskl win ras here for business purposes has offered three handsome and costly medals to tho Catholic Knight bringing the most members Into the order in tho Falls Cities before January 1 This was announced at the Central Committee meeting bofon his departure for St Louis They w111 be the finest ever worn in thji ateTILURTON FOR SPEAKER Hon Michael C Thornton of iOY Albany elected Representative for the third term In the Indiana fglslature Is being boomed for the teakership of the House His candidacy Is attracting attention allover the State and the fight for the honor will be a warm one His- past experience qualifies him for- the placeII SUFFERS RELAIJSEII John Dalton stationkeoper at- Central police station Is 111 at his- home 831 West Jefferson street Recently toe underwent a surgical operation and it was thought that he had entirely recovered He returned to work last week but hadIII to return home where he is ed slowly improving II MACAULEYS The Girl In the Taxi scheduled tor the tint tore nights of next- week at Maeauteys has everywhere oredlln unqualified triumph It l one of th most diverting produc tlon even pre nted in Chicago where it ran 800 night and ra- pted thin eM In Boston t MACKIN COUNCIL Grand Day for Cathol Young Men of rails Cities At largely attended meetings or Mackin Council this week Plans wore perfected which will make tomorrow a grand day for tho members and Catholic young men of thet city Tomororw morning at 715 oclock at St Anthonys church the I members and candidates will attend a high mass for the thirtyfour deceased members and approaoh h01y communion in a body Beginning at 130 oclock in the afternoon the I1 in Itiatlon of a class of sixty candidates will tako place Tho degreeswUlI be put on in an excellent manner the work to be completed by 6I oclock when all will adjourn to tho Gait House whore an elegant banqubt will be served in honor ot the membership contest teams and the candidates The programme i iIn- cludes a number ot short address by the best orators in the Y M J Invitations have been extended to Trinity and Unity Councils to take part In all the proceedings Nominations for officers will tako place on Monday November 28 and the election on the following MonI day night Thus far no candidates I have been announced but tho election will bo interesting as it is ian honor to be an officer in this splendid organization DOWN TO WORK Gus Thro a widely known and popular resident of Jctfereonvll and prominent in Catholic circle who made a gallant but unsuccessful fight for Representative to the Indiana State Legislature on the Republican ticket has resumed his position at the car works He is one of the deeated candidates who Is not sore although he was led to be I llevo he could be elected Gus should now come into the Democratic fold where he rightly belongs CONFRATERNITY Tomorrow afternoon the Confr terrilty ot the Most Blessed Sacrament will be organized at St Louis Bortrands church with Impressive ceremonies There will be an Imposing procession in which the Holy Name Socety will participate and a large enrollment of members is ex pected Father J R Clark O P will have charge of the exorcises MADE GOOD John Burke a popular Loulsvill boy was here for a short visit to his parents and relatives this week He Is now the representative of a big manufacturing concern of Indianapolis having charge ot the Wlgcon tin Northern Illinois and Norther ndlana territory In which ho has undo good He has headquarters 1iIn both Chicago and Milwaukee ANNIVERSARY The officers and members of Branch 2 C K and A one of the argest in tho country will celebrat the twentieth anniversary of thel organization next Wednesday night at Robinson Hall Seventeenth and chin Committees are arranging a ileasant time for all who attend Tohe officers of the other branche rill be present as guests- MUSICALE The music pupils of St Marys chool Eighth street will give one of their delightful entertainment next Tuesday afternoon in St Marys Hall the proceeds to be for the enefit of the church A high class rogramme will bo rendered and os the admission is only ten cent here should be a large attendance TilE DAY SET The day for tho dedication of St eclllas beautiful new church bas been set by the pastor Rev Father Brady for Sunday December 11 This will be tho most Importan of recent years in Portlandnip everything possible is beingI done to be In readiness for the ccaslln AVENUE THE iTEit Next IweeJs attraction at the Avenue Their will be the romantic and beautiful play Lens Rivers that has proven ono of the most popular productions ot the present day Tho company is n anillaccessorlI FOR THANKSGIVING DAYII I With Thanksgiving near at hand many are Peeking some means of muEement appropriate to the seaI I sdn and the following will not be pmlEsfor a party gathering The hostess might supply her guests wlth slips ot paper on which to wrIte Ten things to be thankful for since last Thanksgiving with Instructions not to sign them After ten minutes the papers should be Cild aloud and the guests allowed toi guess by whom they had been written prizes being given ifor the greatest number of correct guesses and for the paper voted to be the best The game need not be serious I or personal and much amusement Villl be afforded if it is treated llghtly For instance a man might I e press thankfulness that Johnson won the fight that he did not marry the most beautiful woman in the world And his wife might say that- she got her fall hat before Mrs Brown that the worlds baseball series is over that John bought her a pneumatic cleaner etc WIRELESS LONG DISTANCE IThat the possibilities of the wl1- ole aro by no means exhausted has- been satisfactorily demonstrated by- the wonders which the now station Buenos Aires has been working 1nce Its recent completion A year t a mMMge sent out by a v eeel mewheare oft the wt coast tot umeaaInWi Tacit wag picke- duPbr a uUWon la Florida and It wae thouflkt truly rwnarkabk This v c- D U h KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING ++ 41 PINE WINES JHAKPAff I AA KOLxB i345 West Green Street UQUQXU OIOAK8 dtU tUU i NOTICE State and County taxes are due now and penalty will be added December lat 1910 This notice is given so the public can avoid the delay in being waitedon A M EMLER Sheriff Argentine station has caught whole messages sent between Glass Bay in Nova Scotia and Clifden Ireland a distance of 5600 miles at the least more than onefifth the clr curaference of the earth There III- I every reason to believe that in due time we shall have clear and re liable wireless service between San Francisco and Toklo or Manila KNIGHTS OP OOLDABW1 I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where- Congressman Korbly is a member of Indianapolis Council TO o will be a joint initiation ot tho Cincinnati councils on Sunda Noomber 27 Fivty new members were re eelved Into tho council at Des koines on November 6 Following the Initiation ot last week the third degree was exempt fled Thursday night at Milwaukee Archbishop Ryan will preside tat the memorial exercises to be held tdl1 the Cathedral at Philadelphia on Thanksgiving day Tuesday night at Syracuse L Moyne Council conferred the first degree on fifteen candidates Next Tuesday the second will be exempli fled The Philadelphia Grand Chapter will turn over to Archbishop Rya G000 for charitable purposes to be disposed of in any way ho thinks best A general assembly of the Fourt degree Is being formed at Milwaukee A committee will nominat otfcers to be elected in the nea futureThe Milwaukee degree team was accompanied to Watertown by a largo delegation last Sunday whe the second and third degrees Wer exemplifiedOrganized Catholic Charities for Syracuse was the subject for an Interesting discussion by Syracuse Council at the meeting held Wednesday night Denver Council celebrated its oath anniversary Wednesday even- Ing with a social session for the laiiffl Many visiting Knights who te pod tusttue tto council were jrete it- Tuesday night at Colorad Springa an open meeting was hell or the Catholic men of the city At nltiatlon will be held In January at which all the State officers wile present FOR WOMANS EYE The small hat seems to be winning popularity There Is a preference for white laces this season ThepopularJty for the one piece town does not abate More ostrich feathers are being betoreI are trimmed with fur for winter gowns There seems to be no cessation in the demand for allovers and baby rish Large colored wood buttons are seen on some of the new tailored suits Black velvet Is paramount as trimming while satin runs a close second When choosing hats one should try them on facing a long mirror that reflects the figure from top to- toe The stylo of the ono piece afternoon gown depends upon tho little French touches more than upon any pecial echemo of line Quito a dew of tho imported skirts have the habit back which Isi an indication that the once pop ular style will soon bo in vogue agafn While many girls cling tp the comfort of the Toby collar the up- todate girl will adopt the pretty narroW turnover embroidered linen collars such as were worn by our grandmothers I MONSTER RUDDER The heaviest rudder ever known f 100ton affair has been built tor- the new transatlantic liner Olympia nrhe average Weight of the brain- nralDM1w three and a tislt pounds fawYJMn two pound find eleven OlmeM Y 321 W Jeffersonii Opp Interurban Station I MENSDOLLAR SHIRTS P- OR69C 1 Three for 2 Plain white and fancy patterns soft bosoms attached cuffs broken lines but all sizes in the offering 1 shirts for 69i three for 2 Quick If you want some LEVYSTHIRD The Bright Spot Louisville 7Vt7CTULBYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee THE GIRL IN THE TAXI hursday Friday and Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee Where the Trail Divides OPKINS THEATER nigh Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures OMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows daily Sunday contin n usTHE NEW MATINEESSunday SundayTuesday 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in our reading that delightful I occupation of the home about the coey fireside or under the family lamp And the Weedy pa per filled with all good season able winnowed things of the mind and affairs of the day is a sine q- unona something nottobedone- withoutin the intftlUent Cfarttian home It makes tin eonTtrMMtkm theh household MU up the beet Aeals and IMWMC MI iacreMte C lPleasure ground tortO of M Do not be without thlr boon DOOMS to you with MM Issue of iIIl1 Journall l U PASSIONIST Conducts First Cal llo3JCMlsslc Hold at Mt Cannel 111 Much Favorable Comment Ing heard AmongNon Catljollcs Ills Arguments Carry Couvic- t tlon to the Ifcarts oi His Hearers FALSE ILLUSSIONS AREDISPELLE People everywhere are beginning to realize the importance and benefit of missions to nonCatholics now being given throughout the country by the Passlonist Fathers Kentucky Irish American readers will bo interested in tbo following account of the missionary work of the Rev Father Xavier Sutton of the Sacred Heart Retreat this city 1In Mt Carmel Ill It was with considerable reluctance and feeling of mlsglvlni that Rev F H Dudde parish pries of St Marys church wherE the mis- sIon was given took this step as nothing of the kind had ever beet undertaken In that Immediate locale ity From the first night It wasD apparent however that no mIstake had been made for the coploui church was more than filled and many were oblfged to turn away being unable to gain entrance Interest r continued to Increase througl the entire week and many non n Catholics availed themselves of thIs rare opportunity to Inform thmnselves of the teachings of Holy Mother Church A unique as welltI is interesting and instructive feats ure of the lecture was the question e box which was kept in the vestibule rf the church by Father Sutton fota the benefit of those having knotty points which troubled them Many availed themselves of this opportu ilty to obtain light on various 0 chases of Catholic doctrine and Ii J caching Some of these questions were couched in such language as to suggest criticism of the church but father Sutton proved himself equal B to the emergency and all were answered in an able and scholarly manner and with the utmost fairness md candor and in a way to draw the critical toward the church rather than widen the gulf by arousing theb Combative disposition more or lessb irevaJent in the nature of ev ryh mano Father Buttons lectures were all S timely and on well chosen topics and calculated to invite the atten on of nonCatholics to the es- onUnl L doctrines of the Catholic and correct perhaps honest impression which many not of the fold have concerning the teachings and doctrines of the church on questions of domestic belief as wells novels While each of the lee urea was of the greatest Importance and surpassing interest there were three which are deserving ofspeclal lonUon These were Purgatory Marriage and Divorce and Quo Vadls The titles of the two former are suggestive of the subject matter The latter was a scholarly of the fallacy of the com accepted doctrine of Prot ataut denominations of accepting the Bible as the sole rule of faith and private interpretation of the Scriptures The historical facts J cUed and the able arguments of E tether Sutton in support of the eaohlng of the church on these I iuesblons were unanswerable and EO i owerful as to carry conviction to the heart of the listener After each lecture Father Sutton distributed I some literature on Catholic doc rlnes and teachings which was eagerlY sought by manyIMuoh favorable comment was and Is being heard among the nonCath illcs of Mt Carmel as to the entireI eries of lectures One prominent citizen who while not a member of ny church yet is of Methodist Iplscopal extraction after hearing the leoture on purgatory said I eel convinced that ithero AS a middle tato for the cleansing of the soul Her death whether you call It purgatory or some other name mother said that he had never be tore tully realized the import of theI passage of Scripture in which Christ gave his apostles power to forgive stns and that after hearing Father Sutton lecture on Can Man Forgive Sin he was convinced that no other onstructlon could bo placed on the lorlpturo Another sand that his avorlte belief that an all merciful God could not condemn one of his creatures t6 everlasting hell fire was completely shattered after hear lng the lecture on Is There a Jell The leoture Quo Vadis waa a- bomb in the camp of those who felt that they were securely Intrenched Behind the Bible as the sole rule of alth The indisputable historical tact which has never occurred to them that a portion of the New eatament was not written until Ixtyfour years after the death of Jhrist anti not compiled until 393 ears after Christs death proved- r or many a most convincing argu out that the Bible could not he ccepted as the solo rule of faith toMier Suttons closing lecture on Why I Am a Catholic was a masi erly expltton of tile earmarks thot must be possessed by the true elteion tif Jesus Christ He brought Olt In a clear forcible and nractical fianner that the church pf thrust aiitt be one unlvers or catholic nIt anoao11c He Dolntwl out tot iJarer in R matt ftmolifttlc tnfin ftr tliat te oniv e1lJIro11TI + waln- xfle te t T rl1rli rav- eoR t ehcrrrh ia t1Ni Sr art Romer its theAcl It Is Tat too WiT to no jUt wr far reachlnc tW power for jroo4 I Boys All 00- Hercules Knickerbocker Suits 500JI Fine Alll Wool Scotch Fabrics Guaranteed NotI to Fade or ShrinkF- ull Lined Trousers Made Peg Tops and Sailor Waisted Just Like the Mens Styles Regular 750 Value- sSPECIAL 500MS MOSES CO INCORPORATED 514516 West Market The Great Daylight Mens Wear Store ARTHUR J KINSELLA Manager exerted by the mission will prove to e iJUC it has aireaoy utoagu bout a betier undeiaianamg auiuui onoavnoacs as to the rungs 101 which the Catholic chuicu amiiub uu uio foieu many of two Ihubion aid Joio uoUciis extant uiKeiUiUj ne church ana it uotuiUB uu itje UOllel1 urfn let is wet worth the eltort Alter a time it 11 a loped tHat the seed tnat tuts ben1 own Will bring torch Iruit a hun fod Futner Button is pos etaea ot a ipieasmg iieronaiiiy tint ommancling presence wnion corn itneu witn uls sciioiaiiy utUiiimtnu cl nd gift of natural eloquence together with his oarnesbtufis and sn lerlty and the sublimity of the di Inc mission which with the grace f God he is so nobly performing md to which he has been called fits tin in a peculiar manner for the great work he is doing And many mien during his lectures it may be aid that Fools who came to scoff remained to pray It was with sincere regret that that good people of Mt Carmel saw the mission come to a clam and Kith sorrow In their hearts they ade him Godspeed In the persultof Is labor in other fields to which le has been called T DOMINICS ABBEY OASHEL i ThIs ancient modest abbey stands liko others scattered through our ot land n peace and quietness here I dream And think of what thou onco hast been And think of saints who once did dwell In days now past within thy cell WJ1ere friar and monk and priest once trod And poured their souls unto their God That day is oer the years are gone Since Dominics sons Intoned their song And told their beads in words sub limo n this old abbey at evening time Who raised thee in this humble spot moug the poor and lowly cot From lordly hall and wealths display a solitude you passed your day Bo like an unassuming flower You live unnoticed hour by hour the when some mortal his last rest He takes among thy poor and blest hen only some observant eye Can see thy beauty heave a sigh And gaze with loves admiring gaze upon this relic of former days Whee are the faithful who flocked hero- nt times of trouble and of fear When persecutions bloody hand Outraged the noblest in the land And drove far oft by Rhine or Rhone St Dominics sons exlldd from home Beneath the grass some found a gravel their loved abbeys holy shade Unknown but to their Master Lord Wholl mete to them their last reward For lives thus spent from earthly dross hose noble heroes of the cross Unquenched that faith It llveth still Unchecked by sword or human wills branches spread like mighty tree Until its bounds no man can see rhe throne may sink the empire fall ot all is great In purple pall tt lives the power of God alone til hearts of men He finds a home You crush the altar wreck the tower NDt yet has come the final hour hat Gospel light will still endure a shrines like Dominics In the Moor F Phillips COrD HOUli Rive oclock In the morning is the oldest tour of the twentyfour In early af seasons of the year- CHi1cE91CATIJOLTCS The latest etatlatlcs of the church in the Chinese Empire Including ongolia and Thibet announce 210000 Chinese Catholics find 90000 cateehumerie TThese are ader the care of fortytftf BkH e 414 Eurapetn lud 881 n tire- sttS 4lL la XOTM there are afcoUed risdn be feN of- BtIII s fortl tfi w peaaaDiI t81t nLttvi vr aslh 1 k THOUSANDS Witness Cornerstone Laying of St Clinrjcs Borromeo Church ODonnRhue anti Filty Priests at the Boaiitilnl Ccrejuony v Kallo Sees Itcalizatio oi IlisLong Cherished Hopes STARS AND STBIPES WAVE With the sun shining bright and surrounded by thousands the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue last Sunday laid the cornerstone for the new St Charles Borromeo churc at Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets The ceremonies were most beautiful and impressive and were conducted with the Stars and Stripe floating above all Bishop ODonag hue was assisted by the Very Rev James P Cronin Vicar General of the diocese and assltant priest Oit the ceremonies the Rev Thorns W White deacon the Rev Francis Felton subdeacon the Rev 0 P Ackermann master of ceremonies the Rev H Jansen cross bearer Rather Raffo and the Rev Fathers Edward W floes and Cyril Van de Pitte acolytes Long before the ceremonies the crowd began to gather and at 3 clock when the Bishop and his attendants left Father Raffos residence the streets were crowded with sea of people Bishop ODonag due wore the purple and gold vestments of his office and carried the shepherds staff Behind came his attendants the long line of priests md the procession of altar boys lad in their purple cassocks and white lace surplices Mingled with he llacy vestments of the priests sere the somber habits of the mem beTS of Franciscan and Dominican rders As the procession flied out very hat was raised and heads were owed tin reverence From the parochIal residence the Bishop marched to the site of the altar of ho now church whore u wooden ross had been ercoted and here the water to be used in the ceremonies was blessed Then the cross and round on which the new altar will est was sanctified After this service the procession marched to the covered platform near the cornerstone There was no music du- rIngtho ceremonies and the multItude of people maintained a reverent silence After the cornerstone had been leased the Bishop took the buckets f cement and these also were leased with the prayers ofthe church Then he gave the elgn to the workmen and the heavy stone was swung Into the air After the workmen had spread a largo part ofr the mortar Bishop ODonaghue took a silver trowel and put on the finishing touches Father Raffo also took a hand and threw in a bit of the mixture Bishop ODonaghue then directed the stone Into place and with the silver trowel scratched the Sign of the cross upon it This teed the laying of the cornerstone ceremony and the Rev Richard Vurth 0 F M began the chanting ofr the Litany of the Saints to which the assembled clergy responded At bhe close of the Litany and prayers tor the conversion of sinners pros erlty for the people and the wel I fare of the nation Bishop ODonag hue led the procession around the foundations of the new church Asjj be did so the stones were sprinkled with holy water and the blessing of the Almighty was invoked When tbe procession was finished the BIshop returned to the platform and a solemn thanksgiving was offered to God for the progress ot the work on ithe now church with a prayer that It may be brought to a successful close Alter these ceremonies Bishop 0onaghuo went to the front of the platform In plain view of the crowd and delivered a splendid address that tuldbe heard even by those at the outer edge of the throng At 5 oclock Father Raffo entertained the visiting priests at dinner Inl honor of Bishop ODonaghue The inner was served inthe schoolhouse and only two speeches were made those of the Bishop and Father Raffo who said This is the lapplest day of my life for now I sec a long and beautiful dream con ng to a realization I have held be bre me all these years the hope that one day we would move out of the little wooden church into a lurch that was worthy of my people Today the first stop has been akpn and before long we shall ome back again to complete the work Right Reverend Bishop I want to thank you especially You have come here today and have made the 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surpassing all the divisions In num bersNext month officers for all tho divisions must be elected choose only the best men Then the orde will grow The Louisville Ladles Auxiliary will be one of the first to forward tho pro rata for the Catholic Ex tension Society Division 3 meets Monday nigh and every member who can shout d attend There will be an election for new members Thomas Lynch John Browne and William Callaghan of Division 4 were welcome visitors at the reception of Division 1 Patrick J Haltlgan editor of the National Hibernian was grand marshal of the great Holy Name parade in Washington Syracuse Hibernians havo decided that the Grand Marsbalshlp of the St Patricks day parade will here after be hold by the divisions In numerical order- Everybody was pleased to meet exState President Butler with DI vision 1 on Tuesday night What division will give the next reception Lot them take place frequentlyMilwaukee Hibernians commemor ated the memory of the Manchester martyrs Allen Larkin and OBrien wJth special exercises and an address by Judge John Donovan on Wednes day evening It would be surprising to many to know the good work the auxiliary and divisions had done during the past two years The donations for charitable purposes alone mount up in tbe thousands After defraying the expenses of the State convention the purchase payI local Ladles Auxiliary will close the year with a healthy treasury The County Board can begin preparations for the observance of St Patricks day with the opening of the new year The elections will then be over and the board organ ized for the ensuing two years OLD TIMERS Present at Last Meeting of Division 4 A O H Division 4 A 0 PL met Monday evening in regular Session at Ber trand Hall with all officers present except Treasurer Harry J Brady who has had a slight attack of illness John Gilmore was obligated as a member by President John Hen nessy and tho application of Michael Madden was received William Callaghan delegate to the Catholic Federation reported that the last meeting of that body was a most successful one the Bishop and Vicar General being present and pledging their hearty support Sergt Thomas Brown John Hickey Steve Dunlgan and William McDonogh were present after long absence and made short talks prom ising more faithful attendance In the future Division 4 Is planning a series of euchres for later In the season Secretary John J Wlnn who leaves tomorrow for Juarez nlexico to be gone until next spring was given the glad hand by the members and wished a God speed AGED PRIEST DEAD Tho funeral of Rev Andrew Lin denfleld the oldest priest in Louis ville took place Thursday morning from St Boniface church where tbe body laid In state since Wednesday Father Llndenfleld was for merly assistant pastor of St Vincent de Paul and Holy Trinity churches and was a priest of great zeal and piety He was born In Germany In 1837 and coming to this country while young he studied for the nresthood and was ordained at Annapolis in 1864 Four years ago he came to Louisville In search of health and had since resided here He Is survived by a sister Sister Mary Andrew of St Gabriels Convent at Now York a sister residing In Germany a slsterlnIaw Mrs B Llndenfleld of Louisville and rive nephews and four nieces HOLDS ITS BIG TRACT At East St Louis on Tuesday the title to 6600 acres of land In Kaskaskia Commons St Clair county Ill was confirmed to the Immaculate Conception parish by Circuit Judge Crow The Illinois Legislature had sought lo sell the land the money to go to the school fund of Kaskaskla Commons The land was granted to the parish by the French Government In 1700 MOVING PICTUKES The attendance at the Casino and rpheum picture theaters keeps up to capacity ttt te afternoon and light iperfof manew For next week entirely newspectacles are promised embracing number of meet- pleaeiagrsgaIP TO At botti there will bei the usual aiaatee sad tUttctratMT songs not tard heni before Only Picturet that have beer approved e 1- Ll thjLol till SOCIETY DIRECTORY A I oI3 DiyisioN i Meets at Fals City Hall on First and Third Tuesday WalshdVice PresidentWilliam Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P LawlerFinancial Secretary Thos J Dolan 2129 Portland avenue TrQafrerThlmas Keenan Sr- SettimtatArmsLouis Rolle- rSentinelDavid Whelan e v DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market PresldentO J Ford Vice PresidentRaymond Barrett Recording Secretary William T Median Financial SecretaryJno J Kenney 1C07 Duinesnll street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M blur 1phy Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentPatrIck T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J ttevens Financial SecretaryJohn G lies slon 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArmsJames P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street liennessyViceLynchFinancial La an 734 West Oak SecretaryDJ I Recording Secretary John J WlnnII i I I CatlaghanOutside SentinelMichael McDer nott Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 i I Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth 1resldtfnt John T Kenney First Vice PresidentDr J A CasperSecond Vice President Thomas Bachman Recording Secretary Robert OsII tnrne SecretaryWilliama Financial Secretary Frank G odnmsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalJoseph Bartsch Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart are over exhibited by the Princess Amusement Company which has first call for films CASJIEIJ w And Its Ancient Ivy Clad Home of Dominican Order In another column appears a poem on one of Irelands historic abbeys from tao pen of V Phillips who has relatives and friends In Kentucky I t ivcunlnkce Abrjey is situated In Phe Moor at Cashel It Is one of those beautiful ivyclad old friaries av one tuny rue property of and used by the Dominican order that order Wiiicn did sa much for education civilization and Christianity during the period of Irelands greatest agony The dear old abbey though dismantled and showing the ray igesof time Is still In a good state of preservation The venerable castle Is as erect and as rooted as though the moss firmlyII turies never adorned it Some tiful windows artistic in design and workmanship are to be seen here Solitude permeated with an atmos phere of oldworld sanctity hovers round the deserted aisle and ruined cloisters of the old place bringing vividly to mind the vanity of earthly and the Immortality thingsII unseen This abbey Is one of the spots that attract the attention of Catholic American tourists In Ire land IJUFFALOS 2 KV CATHEDltAL The new Cathedral that Bishop Colton will erect In Buffalo will be I worthy the standing and fame of the diocese and will take tank with I the grandest ecclesJ In the land In astlcalstrurturesI I I pure Gothic It imposing It will be over 100 feet within while the apex of tho roof will reach 140 feet Two large towers will flank the front the spires running to a height of 260 feet The material used will bo pure white marble Inside as well as out Taken altogether it will be an edifice of which Buffalo Can well bo proud The furnishings namely the altars windows pews organ all will be of the best material and finest workmanship It will require nearly two years constant work to complete the edifice and the cost without tho furnishings will be 500000 MTABTHY FOR REDMOND Justn McCarthy the veteran patriot historian Journalist and novelist is eighty years of age having been born In the city of Cork In November 1830 In a recent interview he sa1dln Irish pol tlcs today I take Jnystpd with ledmond and pin my faith to him I have always held that you can onlY make Ireland loyal to the empire by giving her the same freedom of JegWlattvel action that Lord Durham Lave to Canada IODJNK STAINS Starch will remote Vrfin 9teiIM real fl fc aadK usaoea Mpuca will prveMthllqui4 b ag- a u u u 9 9uj i IRELAND Record of the floss Important at the Recent Events CulledI From ExcbangeI The late Rev William Burke of Kdlmacthomas County Worford loft personal estate valued at about 18000 John Francis DAlton has been elected Master of Strokestowi Workhouse in room of Thomas Mc Dermott Tim Lisburn who resignedIpointed Dr H S Murphy medical Officer of the Union in room of the late Dr McKenzie J P The Droghcda Guardians have unanimously elected Dr P D Mc Ciillen as medical officer of Sta mullen dispensary district Thomas Leltham of Kllieshandra has won six prizes five firsts and one second for the best kept cottage I under the County Committees scheme The Baltlnglass District Council recent y ap roted of a scheme asking the ton y Council to seek ia loaa of 29000 to Improve the road front Bat nglais to Klltegan A large force of police seized all tie aal bla soCk on tho farmers t oldings on to Eond esao at New townbond County Longiord and 1It Is u de stcd that the sock will be ofrod fr tale The body of a man named Mc GarrIgal was found dead on the road lending from Ballybofey to Glentles The man attended Brockagh fair and it would appear that he died on the Journey home wards Thomas Tlernan son of the late James Tlernan of Wilklnstown aysolicitor of the Supreme Court of Judicature in Ireland At the final examination he obtained second plac thereby securing a special cei t lcate of merit Deep regret has been occasioned throughout South Mayo at the death of Michael M Ryan at Cong after a ling 31 1 g in ss fqlowlng an op eration Ryan conducted the Tours eand Anglers Hotel and was many years Chairman of the Baum robe Board of Guardians A familiar figure in the com merolal life of Clonmel has passed away in the person of Walter Geary baker and flour merchant Deceased who was severity was an exAlderman of the town and had been also a member for many years on the Poor Law Board The xarkhoners of New Ross hae decided to make a presentation of a purse o sovereigns to the Right Rer Dean Ki anagh on the occa sion of his rccoery from his recent acodent tB a mark of appreciation cf ihli wcrk n she cause of religion and education for the past twenty years At a special court in Mulllngar Pa r ck Daly end Patrick Bolarfd were bound to the peace for driving sixteen head of cattle the property of John D Lemon of Rathcam a distance of about seventeen miles in July last Defendants elected to go to Jpill for two months declining to give ball Thomas Phalr of Ennlskillen driving home from Balllnamallard found a man named Thomas Stevens of Manorhamllton lying on the roadside with his throat cut Pihair kindly took him to Ferman agh County Hospital where he lies In a somewhat precarious condition Alter a long discussion the Mayo County Council decided to apply to the Road Board for free grants of 80000 odd for steam rolling the Balllna to Bolmullet mall car road TRINITY COUNCIL Will Give Fine Presentation of Popular IOperaTrinity Council Y M L is mak- Ing preparations for Its performance of the celebrated comic opera Princess Bonnie by Wdllard Spencer a famous song and operatic composer Rehearsals are going along rapidly and some tIne work has been accomplished by the singers who have given their services The opera Princess Bonnie has never been played by amateurs in Louisville but was last seen here at Macauleys Theater many years ago with Hilda Clark and a fine com pany of singers The parts in the opera are all very good and will give those In the cast ample opportunity themselvesI time for performancelOt and Trinity Councils opera Is awaited with keen interest Prof Leo A Schmitt Is musical director and Phil Hager is stage director LAID TO IlEST The mortal remains of Mrs Mary Borntraeger beloved wife of Frank Borntraoger and mother of Louis William George Rose and Clara Borntraeger were laid to rest Monday morning after funeral services at St Anthonys church of which she was one of the pioneer mom bers Mrs Borntraegor was sixty nine years of age and had spent the greater part of her life in 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