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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 FsA t 1 1 VOLUME XXVILN0 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9J 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTSdIIL MDERMOTT GovI Candidate For Lieutenant erhor Pays Tribute to Ger mans and Irish iMi ads For Elevation bt Private Family and Public Lite What Ireland Did For German in Early Christian Era HIGH IDEAL FOR BOTH RACES Probably the largest gathering of Germans ever assembles In one place in Kentucky was that which poured into Newport last Sunday for theI celebration of German day There wore fully 10000 people present and when Hon Edward J McDer j mott candidate for Lieutenant Governor arose to speak on the I Germans and the Irish he was greeted by an outburst of applause lasting several minutes Mr Mc Dermott spoke In both German and English and said In As I was just partII man part of my npeecn my father was an ardent son of Ireland who settled in Louisville in 1833 and my mother was a Kentuckian By her I was sent In my childhood to a GerI man Catholic school that I might I learn the German tongue Years I afterward when I had finished my I studies at the High School here I studied at the Queens College InI Ireland and at the University of Goettingen in Germany and thus 11 learned to admire and love both naI tions To the superficial observer I eIsentlalsand In America they ought to be I fast friends Englands dread of Germantt power done much In late years I to hasten the dawn of nome rule in Ireland The secret and open efforts I that have been made of late to make England and America allies and to GorImanyrivalry that Is being developed of late between England and Germany In foreign commerce and In nBjal strength As the Engllshnavy for a long time has been stronger than ofEuropeI taken by the German navy England lately proposed a limitation upon the the building of new ships When she failed in that effort she eagerly sought to promote International arbi trations because the burden of naval unIbearableconcern in these European rivalries or quarrels and we ought to main tale a fair and Impartial attitude toward all the nations of Europe In I that wish the Germans and Irish can agree I I In the early ages of the Christian era the Germans wore free and brave and passionately fond of personal independence but as their different I tribes wets often at war with each t other they were at times subdued by the Romans and later by the hordes of barbarians from the East The Irish In those early ages were less exposed to foreign Invasion but their bold warlike chiefs kept Ire land also too much in strife Slowly the nation rose In the scale of civil zation and after St Patrick taught them the Christian religion they I earnestly cultivated learning and from the fifth to the sixth century Ireland became tho school of Europe andwas called the Island of Saints and Scholars Hallam the great English historian says that from the sixth to the eleventh century the most remarkable man in a literary and philosophical sense was John Scotus an Irishman While the rest of Europe was distracted by almost continuous war Irelands monastic cloisters were thronged by learned monks and by students from every civilized land One hundred and llftyflve Irish saints were recorded I and venerated in the churches of Germany and large numbers In other I churches of Europe Later the fierce roving Danes from the western coast of Europe overran and pillaged a great part of neland and internal dissensions completed the further ruin of her schools and universities and finally because of these internal dissensions the Eng lish were able to ruin and enslave her In the Middle Ages the Germans built up the Holy German Em pire ad long dominated Europe but Internal dissensions and foreign conquests at last sapped the strength of powerThepetty discordant States that had to submit often to foreign insults and Invasions until the genius ot Bismarck and Von Moltko once more welded the nation Into a united om= plre The dawn of a brighter day is new breaking upon Ireland and her aspirations for elfgovernment If not for absolute freedom will soon fee gratified Aft r paying tribute to the virtues spirit literature and bravery of then Germane Mr McDermott concluded I- m i Something of this German spirit W8 must foster In America today We must Btrfre to create and preserve 1higher standards The purity ot family life the sanctity of marriage tfce tlfkti and duties of parents the need of elementary ebctlo1lCor tbeiandtlie Mgher learalajf of c r 1 k gifted men the liberty of the Individual purity and economy in gov ernmental affairs must be themes that will arouse our high enthusiasm and make us better men and better citizens We must purify and ele vate private life family life and public life While we want to com pete with the world modestly for wealth and glory we must not sacrifice for this purpose the essential virtues so indispensable for the preservation of our race our politi cal Institutions and our civilization To maintain this high ideal let us hope that the men of German and Irish blbod like our best citizens of every nationality will do their full duty to Increase the well de served blessings power and fame of the republic which to all lovers of liberty shines resplendently Ilk the evening star in the west OLLIES LATEST Says Wraiths Foretold His Marriage to Two Parties residentsIto remember Ollie Speckert will be somewhat amused when they read the following from the Seattle Post IntelligencerWith of friends from the spirit world as declared by the groom and eleven earthly associates as witnesses to the ceremony Miss Ida Mchaels and A J Specker were united in marriage at 202 Windsor apartments at 8 oclock last night by Rev P C Mills a Spiritualist for fifty years They will go to Victoria and Vancouver today for their wedding Journey When asked the customary questions by the pastor the groom replied In sofar as the spirits who guide and control me direct The bride was of a more earthly turn of mind and spoke up without hesitation I do1 Topics of spirit phenomena were freely discussed Immediately after the arrival of the guests each con tributing some incident of socalled Interference or direction of the spirit world In human affairs Thirteen persons Were at table when the wedding supper was served a number as stated by sev eral present carrying great good fortune I have no doubt said the groom that my spirit guides and all the good spirits are here with us tonight They told me two years ago that I would walk and talk with Miss Michaels and that this happy day would surely come Mrs Lou E Cole a bride of a month declared that when8he and 3Ir Cole were married hosts of flowerlovers In the spirit world came to their home and decorated the walls and furniture with blooming roses The good deIclareddoubt that they have already decorated these walls In honor of the occasion or that they will before the party breaks up for the night You who possess clairvoyant power look around you and see If my words are not true None of the members- of the party however had sufficiently developed the gift of clairvoyance to see spirit flowers on the walls and all said so The spirits have Just told me said the groom that we shall all be here two years from now sitting down to a banquet In honor of the new Temple of Light which we shall build within that time As head of the spiritualist movement In Wash Ington Mr Speckert declares that the wraiths of departed friends last year told him to wed a widow prom Inent In the church who was willing- to expend the principal portion of- an ample fortune left her by her first husband to aid the movement but that later the same friends over the divide counseled him that Miss illchaels and he should marry and that both heeded the behes- tREADY A Big Day Tomorrow For All Members of the Y M I Mackin Council Y M I has completed every arrangement for the celebration tomorrow of Us eighteenth anniversary which will e- gin at the 730 oclock mass at St Anthonys when the members will approach holy communion in a body In the afternoon Mackin and the visitors will attend solemn vespers at St Ceclllaa church and then will follow a reception at the club house to which all members of the- Y M I are cordially invited A pleasant evening Is promised all who attend the reception when an abundance of refreshments will be served Large delegations from Trinity and Unity Councils are looked for as special attention will be given then Monday night there will be an anniversary receptlpn and dance for Mackjns members and their lady friends The responses in dicate a large attendance and one of I the most brilliant social gatherings- of the season BARDSTOWN Congressman and Mrs Ben John son of Bardstown have announced the engagement of their attractive and accomplishes daughter Mist Henry Russell Johnson to tee Ham lltbnV The wedding will take place 1nthtfaUandWtUbe one of the Johnsonhasi and has been mush admiredand in Waiklagtoa for hermany lovable traps of character rJa1 tI tit fL 5 7 r UNIONISTS 1 I Will Bury the Hatchet In Common I War Against Home Rule Leaders on Both Sides Make Extensive Preparations- for Battle The Campaign Will Begin in Earnest tho Last of This Month SPREAD LITERATURE BROADCAST In a cablegram to the American press Philip Everett a well known correspondent tells about the home rule situation as it appears to him and says iI At present even the most sturdy inIafusion after the utter defeat on the veto bill but in less than three weeks the great home rule campaign will begin and prominent unionists assort that the bepnlng of it will seethe forces of Unionism a solid home geneous body once more I had a talk a few days ago with Mr Steel Maitland chief organizer of the Unionist party who took a very op tllmstlc vigor of the future and said Unionists despite their differ ences over the last phase of the Par liament bill will bury the fcatchet and Join forces In the great fight against disunion Active prepara tions are now being made on both sides for the forthcoming battle and 1 every effort Is being made to perfect both the Unionist and Radical organizations I have not the least hesitation In stating that the differences between the Surrender and No Surrender sections of the Union ist party will be forgotten when the time for action arrives ii- I I III It must be remembered that the difference between them was one of I method not principle The menace of home rule will effectively heal the split for that great issue comes before party or sectional dissensions With regard to the campaign Itself II am afraid that it is impossible to bulyowtmaynot be behindhand when the time arrives for the question to be countryI to grow under our feet and everything Is being done to strengthen and per fec our forces I I The antihome rule campaign will be the feature of the autumn political season to be opened at Belfast on September 23 On that day Sir Edward Carson M P the Chairman- of the Irish Unionist Parliamentary party and Vice President of the Unionist Council will address a mass meeting at Belfast Ali the Ulster members are expected to be present I On the following Monday the twentyfifth the council of the party will meet to discuss the plans of the campaign which is to be organized not only in Ireland but also In Eng land In Ireland It will of course I take the form of preparations to deal with home rule when carried Into effect In England It will be carried jn by political propaganda II Even at the present time a certain amount of political work Is being undertaken by antihome rule speakers Their efforts are being specially concentrated on doubtful constituencies Immovable Radical seats are to be left alone as are also those pronounced Conservative I Another correspondent cables that In England beside the old Home lule League a special organization R being formed of members of the House of Commons and candidates directly under the supervision of the Master ot Fllbank the chief Liberal whip This organization also will specialize on furnishing free speak ers to the various constituencies while the Homo Rule League has announced I that in addition to its pro gramme of platform exposition twill prepare a huge supply of convincing home rule literature to be spread broadcast over territory usually dominated by Toryism TOOK TIlE LEAD For thE first time In Its history the Trades and Labor Assembly of Syracuse allowed a drum corps to lead the first division of the Labor day aradeFor several years past they have marched in labors ranks on that day The House of Prov idence Drum Corps has led the members of Typographical Union for the past three years and again marched ahead of that organization It is needless to say that the youngsters looked their best as they swung into line when the word to march was given SUMMER SCHOOL CLOSES With appropriate remarks fitting the occasion the lecture course of the twentieth elonof the Catholi- clsummerSchoolof America at Cliff today by the Rev John Talbot Smith LL DotDobbs Terry Nyieveraloftheoottages and the Champlain Club will remainopen until the litter part of the mouth thus providing for those Sep t tember days at Cliff Haven Rev D J Hickey LL D President of the school is spending a week lin Brooklyn but will return to ormaUl close the session Right Rev Mon signor M J LavetIe V G of St Patricks Cathedral New York City spent a few days at Cliff Haven this Week CINCINNATI i All Ready For the Fifth Na tional Eucharistic Congress Cordially Inviting all Bishops priests and laity who can at all do so to wend their way to CIncinnati to attend the Eucharistlc Congress Archbishop Moeller says- I appreciate the honor accorded Cincinnati by being chosen as the city for the fifth nation Eucharistic Congress It will open in the Cathe dral church on Thursday September 28 and close at Norwood Heights on the afternoon of Sunday October 1 This congress being only national will not of course be of the tame magnitude as were the Eucharistic Congresses of Mohtreal and Madrid I which were international It is my I earnest hope however that the Cln cinnati congress will go down In history as one of the grandest among the national Eucharistic gatherings and be a magnificent public manl festation of faith rove and devotion to the Blessed Sacrament on the part of the Catholics of the United States I The following will be the pro gramme for the entire congress September 289a mProces sion and Pontifical mass celebrant Most Rev Henry Mpeljer Archbishop of Cincinnati serflfcjn Most Rev John Ireland Archbishop of St Paul subject The Eucharist the IncarnationISelin ger S T D St Louis subject The Real Presence discussion Rev A P Ternes Detroit 230 p mPaper by Rev John Cavanaugh C S Ct Ft Wayne sub- Ject The Priest and the Euch arist discussion Rev J H Rohde Rockford Rev J JH Guendling Ft WayneII 730 each evening In all the city churches the Holy Hour during which a short exhortation or meditation on the Blessed Sacrament Is recommended and benediction September 29f9 a mPontlfl cal mass Celebrant Right Rev Henry J Richter D D Bishop of Grand Rapids sermon Right Rev James J Hartley D D Bishop of Columbus subject Why We Be lieve in the Eucha jstrf1=Paper ti tghTnev dwafPdn D Kelly Auxiliary Bishop of De troit subject Belief in the Euch irist Prior to the Reformation discussion Right Rev John J Law ler St Paul 230 p mPaper by Right Rev Monsignor Joseph Rapier Mil waukee subject Effects of Com munion on Adults Particularly Converts discussion Rev Chrysostom 0 F M Cincinnati Rev Joseph Meckel Altpn Paper by Right Rev Monsignor William F McQuaid Boston subject Frequent Communion and the Cleans of Promoting- It discussion Rev F A Roell In llanapolls Rev Qllber P Jennings Cleveland September 309a mPontifi cat mass Celebrant Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louis rule sermon The Eucharist the Center of Catholic Life Rev Jo seph Schrembs Toledo llPaper by Rev Joseph Huss loin S J Milwaukee subject The Advantages of Early and Frequent Communion discussion Rev J B OConnor 0 P Newark Rev J D ONeil Chicago October 11030 a mPontiflc- al mass Celebrant Most Rev John M Farley Archbishop of New York sermon Most Rev James H Blonk Archbishop of New Orleans subject The Individual and Social Necessity of Eucharistic Faith 3 p mSolemn procession of the Blessed Sacrament and benediction- on the grounds of the archiepiscopal residence at Norwood Heights Ser mon Rev Rpbert B Condon La Crosse subject Emmanuel or God with Us The sessions of the congress at which the papers will be read will be held in Cathedral Hall and presided over foy the Right Rev Camil lus P Maes General Director of the Priests Eucharistic League INTO ETERNAL REST With feelings of deepest regret the many friends of E J and Mary Mann of 706 East Chestnut street learned of the death of their five yearold son Raymond J Mann fol lowing a short illness The little fellow was unusually bright and I precocious for one of his years and his presence brought only sunshine Into the happy home The funeral took place Sunday afternoon when friends and relatives tenderly laid the remains to rest In St Louis comeIf ery For the bereaved parents there Is consolation In the knowledge that an angel awaits them in the f realms of eternity IRELANDS TRAMWAY Ireland fst not behind In municipal ownership The street cnr system pi Belfast Is owned and operated bithe city Every part of the work con nected with the building of a tram car can toa carried out at the works except the trucks and electrical equipment which ire imported from the United states The Dublin street par or tffamwaysywteHi is said to beI chiefly owed by s Catholic named Murphy wlltalN owns a Dublin JMIIT I 1- 1P S t POLITICS Republican Loaders Demoral ized and Quarreling Among Themselves EvonlngPostlntorcstcdinStat Candidates and Herald For Local Senator Bradley Will Probably Drop Out ot the State Caniplagn LOOKS EASY FOR LOCAL TICKET The Kentucky for the State offices Is warming up con slderablyand the Democratic Cam paign Committee is much pleased over the outlook while on the other hand the Republicans are very gloomy concerning their prospects excusesforgentleman being guilty of putting his foot in it every time he opens his mouth The Democratic organization this year is one of the best ever had good men in every town volunteering their services with the result that a splen did precinct organization will be established all over Kentucky The Republican papers can not even get together on their campaign stories as for Instance the Louisville Herald stated that only a handful of people heard Gov McCrearys opening ad dress at Bowling Green while the Evening Post conceded that there was a crowd of 5000 Then again the Post takes a dig at Senator Bradley every now and then being lorORear first last and all the time while the Herald is very strong for Senator Bradley and will not take it very hard if ORear is de feated knowing that the Post would get all the plums under an ORear administration As we predicted before watch for the clash next week when the ORear people attempt to sidetrack Robert L Harris for the nomination for the legislature In the Eighth and Ninth wards ORear has pledged himself to beat Harris and if he does Sen ator Bradley4Y1l1 surely eliminate ifl itfromtM Repnbl can cam mlgn and will not even make the two short speeches he promised The Post does not want the local Repub licans to make nominations for the municipal offices because the old line Republicans are In the saddle one of them stating to a representative of the Kentucky Irish American that the Post could go to a very warm place as far as they were concerned and that then did not Intend to take any advice from the Post In any matter j whatever and say that the cause of their downfall in the past has been listening too much to the Post I and Its Fusion allies who have been grabbing all the offices in sight with most of them going to renegade democratsIn the Fifth district the I Democrats are more than pleased with their prospects Mayor Heads splendid administration being a big factor in contributing to this situa tion and the members of the General Council will be Indorsed with a renomination The caliber of the men announcing for the Legislature- Is very pleasing to the campaign managers here and is sure to add strength to the ticket among them being Charles Knight from the First ward Henry Wallingford Peter I Joebel and Adam Spahn from the Second and Third wards Le Roy I Curtis and Sherley Cunlffe from the fourth and Fifth wards Peter Lee Atherton from the Sixth and Seventh wares William A Perry from the Eighth and Ninth wards William icNally from the Tenth ward and Sam L Robertson and Dr P Trun lel from the Twelfth ward And as ai headliner for the local ticket James Quarles for the Chancery Court is all that could be desired PRESENT FOR FLYNN John J Flynn recently appointed assistant master mechanic of the foulsvlllo Nashville Railroad Company at South Louisville was the recipient of a handsome diamond ring from the employes of the company at Nashville where he was for merly general foreman Mr Flynn left Louisville for New Orleans six years ago and was presented with a handsome diamond stud by the men at Louisville He stayed at New Orleans during the last yellowfever plague to look after the Interests of the company He was afterward moved to Moblle where he served the oompany for two years Upon leaving Mobile he was given a handsome Watch and chain and beautiful silver service WOULD SHORTEN ROUTE According toa dispatch from Dublin definite steps are being taken to bring the proposal for a three and a- half days Atlantic passage to an Issue This announcement Is made by Robert Worthington the Irish financier and promoter of the scheme for the construction of a neW larbor at Galway on the west coast planAlthoughsehesra =eeaterei OB JllacTuodBay t fI t r 1 CY on the northwestern side of Mayo supported by another syndicate the Worthington scheme is the one most likely to go through Three great railway companies the Midland Great Western the Great Southern ofI Ireland and the London North western of England have Joined enterIprlsc ItoI have received guarantees of sub sidles from Sir Wilfrid Laurler representing i the Canadian Government and Sir Edward Morris on behalf of Newfoundlandr SURPRISE For Father Martin OCon nor On Return Home The Rev Martin OConnor who returned last week from Ireland was the recipient of a most agreeable sur prise when he arrived at the rectory of St Michaels church on Brook street Father OConnor found every room in the parochial res idence artistically decorated furnished with handsome new andII folding desk etc A fine bathI I alsoIarranged in a most convenient place I Father F OConnor appreciates aI good thing and wishes to express his I sincere thanks to the members of the congregation for the work done which will contribute Immensely toI his comfort I The knowledge that Father OCon nor was home served to fill St Michaels church at both masses on Sunday when everybody wanted to I welcome him home The good soggarth enjoyed his trip and re turned prepared for a continuance of the earnest work that has marked his pastorate since coming to St Michaels I To the Kentucky Irish American Father OConnor said he noted marvelous changes In Ireland and all for the better The people are now better housed clothed and fed than when he left there forty years ago Those who visit Ireland now are struck by the number of new and cosy homes to be seen everywhere and the evidences of prosperity so briety and morality The people all follow John Redmond and the Irish party being confident that they will ere long have home rule and a gov ernment of their own Notwithstand ing all he saw and the good time he enjoyed Father OConnor says Louisville and Kentucky Is the place for him t s WEwAT t GY Local Order In Danger of Losing Good Reputation I The local lodge of Elks certainly should make restitution and offer an apology to their patrons who were victimized at their aviation meet last Monday and of which the local dally papers have not had the courage to TiUldse In behalf of the public or call to the attention of the Elks who had no part in this outrage A running race with five entries was one of the afternoons features and an official programme stated that the race would be conducted under theI rules ot the State Racing Commls slon regular race horses licensed jockeys official starters etc andI bets were accepted In parlniutuel style single tickets fifty cents each Jots were received in any amounts from that figure up and some were made as high as 20 The men who accepted the bets pledged their word that the race was to be conducted fairly which shows that they were tused as dupes and after the race when the winners on the three dif erent horses crowded about the stand clamoring for their money they were powerless to explain Every of money bet by both winners Icent losers was confiscated apd turned over to their charity fund which was regarded by some of the Elks aa being very humorous but the men who wagered amounts like 2 6 10 and 20 are dense enough not to see the humor One man stated that he know charity covered a multitude of slnsbut not I that of obtaining money under false pretenses Col R W Brown has personally made good some of the money wagered but the Elks should make restitution and apologize to every victimized speculator or runI the risk of losing their good name and reputation WEDDING BELLS A happy courtship and marriage will bo consummated next Tuesday afternoon at 4 oclock at St Louis lertrands church when Miss Mary Rose Kerr daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Kerr will become the bride jOt George E Blandford Following the church ceremony there will be a recep lon at the horneofthe brides I parents The young couple are well known and held In high esteem a wide circle of friends who byII them a life of unalloyed happiness and prosperity CONVERT LEAGUE The regular quarterly meeting oft he members of the Catholic Convert tLeague will be held Thursday even- Ing September 14 at the Knights of Columbus Hall 816 South Fourth street All interested Jn learning the objects and works df the league ire Invited to attend the meeting The printed copies of the constitution are now ready fer distribution isaong the MembersI J ctnI BLESSING And Dedication ot St Augus tines New Church For Col ored People Bishop ODonaglme and Father Kaffo Will Preach Sermon aff Also the Twelfth Anniversary Rev Father Feltens Pastorate FOUNDED BY BISHOP SPALDING Tomorrow newChurchcoloredCatholicsnear Thirteenth andblessedDenisODonaghueLouisvilleWithbrUlIantceremony dw111theprogress ofthisImposing andcrossaApearantewas erectedunder the RevFranciswasalsofurnishedhandsomestchurches oftheasaenergyofdesigndiocesesThe ofStplace at930 officiatingImpressiveceremonies solemnhighascelebrantwIUpreachclergyofandthosepresence InthewIUbesermonwillPRaffoCharles Borromeo church After entertaintherectory adjoining the church For servicesaliasbeenaugmentedbandThisganization has been granted the use musictherelayTheRevFatherthethirteenth celebrationno little interest to the occasion His work during these years is apparent and has won for him the esteem and support of the people of the entire city St Augustines church for colored people was founded by the Most Rev John Lancaster Spalding then a priest In this diocese In 1868 the church being located on West Broadway Just below Fourteenth Ten years ago Father Felten erected a other and larger structure on thj site of the old edifice and hero hfl ongregatkm worshiped until the present time The congregation con tinned to grow in numbers andJ therefore thiS spring work was be witbereQulr1mentsThe main auditorium has a seating capacity of about 700 and with th galleries there Is accommodation fol perhaps 1000 persons Upon theeaiji side of the church there Is a gallery which ons week days will be converted Into three school rooms There Js also a gallery on the west- side where is located St Anthonys chapel while over the main entrance will be the organ loft and a spacious choir gallery Under all is a base meat which has been converted Into a fine hall with stage dressing rooms and the most uptodate equipment The church and res denco will be lighted by electricity and the illumination of the church will not be surpassed by any other In the city the fixtures being very beautifulThe cost of the church jeslderfce which contains rooms will approximate 35000 With the chij from the railroad and thj plants that surroun Augustine congregatlj Felten are to be con their achievement j 4 ARCHBISHOPS While no definl formed for the c fiftieth annlverarj Irelands entry Ii- the priests under arrange for Its Golden jubilee- onDecerobel 2J being ordalner TAKE The RevF Govern OP- ot StLoulsS- ixth and St- rived here on 1- Iand has taken Father e Limerick PL ltll ever had U Ii n 1 7twLTTi q- rMwi T j J KENTUOxYI ISEIAMERIOAN fJJlbllIUj leveled t0 the Social sad Mwl JUvwceiwaeiit ol Irish AnertcuB and Caih lies Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Men Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOJLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY EoUrtd at the LoulivllU Poitotflct a SecondCIajj fUttir 4ddreuaH CersrsIutbrs to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West OreesSt L UNION TRADES use COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1911 =TEACHERSJENSIONS Every taxpayer should oppose t proposed scheme for pensioning school teachers This pension bu ness has already gone too far 0 teachers are Viellpald and work short hours and if they fall to save of their earnings for old age or f rainy day it is their fault ajone Under these circumstances we are at loss for a substantial reason for making the teachers who have been burIdenrI Women who have had to work longer hours and or less pay In stores and I Offices are not as much entitled toI public assistance as are the more forI tunate teachers If the proposed scheme emanates from or Is fostered by the present School Board that body which has been proceeds with a rather high hand should be swept out of existence Too much time and thought has been given oIII subjects that have nothing to do with education for which the people are already paying more than they I think With the schools In the hands of a pension ring has would eventually result their use fulness would be at an end I I The Post Is greatly dlsturbd over the Democratic primary in Maryland last week which nominated Arthur I P Gorman for Governor After much labor the only fault it can find with I him Is that he is the son of h I father the late United States Sent ator Gorman and that he had someII friends among the liquor men of thejj State Has the Post become so weakc 1 minded as to believe that all good I rests with the Republicans and t prohibition i I 1 YOUR DUTY I If anything were needed t strengthen the resolution of thoseIj voters whoiJaW nude up their mInds to support the Democraticc ticket which gives promise forII honest and economical government It would be the thinly veiled anxiety with which their intentions s I are regarded in Republican circles Frantic efforts will be made by ORear Powers and Langley to dls parage the ticket and platform to cast discredit on their aims and to weaken the determination of their supporters If those who are follow ing the lead given by Messrs Mc Creary and McDermott were cal ulat ing and selfseeking politicians these maneuvers might prove successful i I But tbeyWUlproducl no effect onI lietai who are moved by a profoundI sense of duty and who are resolvedI In this great and trying crisis to actp at the bidding of conscience The l accusation that these voters arej yielding to mere passion and impulsej inisI I considered the issues at stake in a iI cool and sober spirit and they haveI j i flet rmined on their cause of action no because they believe it to be the only one consistent with the good a the State and the loyal discharge o the duty that rests upon them Knowing that ORear and his follow I I ers would destroy the safeguards safetYIhonorJ I tucky 1tis almost inconceivable I how any sensible man could vote for I them It is now up to all who have the interests of the Grand Old Commonwealth at heart to remember its motto and oppose the tyranny of the Republican machine with whom the lihes of the people count forII DRAWS COLOR LINE the the blessingtomorrowcl s church for Catholic a lt Is not amiss to of Father Phelan in j atchman Every liphasizes the fact I c church never for t and then adds the negroes are not vould make very tlon f the faith In pelthollcs trdinal Gibbons nand Farley- Unguflhedpre 1 at the Catholic i colored people y pointing to tlon of Mary JI i hiae a very the oaealmoat wltk Q other almost knd Among hi CatLWil u ollc negroes Infractions of the law jailsheempty the Judges very rarely have a prisoner brought before them In BItheprotestant veryur re verse Js the casfe crimes and numer ous misdemeanors showing that Protestantism Is not strong enough eto control the evil tendencies of Negro population And the contrast Indeed Is so striking that nonCa ollcs who are fully aware of It have wondered that we Catholics have not pointed to these facts as proof of the churchs power over the negro and the helplessness of Protestantism The church we know has the truth landshe has also the grace of the sacraments We do not wonder t she has the power WILSON MADE FRIENDS ngThe San Francisco Monitor and the Portland Catholic Sentinel note editorially the recent visit of G Woodrow Wilson The Monitor de clares many persons who welcomed him to California look upon the Governor as a future President the United States Speaking of h a Presidential possibility the Sentinel says- Woodrow Wilsons tranac itlnental speechmaking tour has heightened public Interest In the New Jersey Governors availability as a Presidential candidate Gc Wilson has some advantages over other possible Democratic candl Isdates Coming as he does of a Southern family the South takes him very kindly As the South has furnished the bulk of Democratic votes In recent years It may take ft Into Its head to dictate the tlon of Its candidate Gov 1Vlls onat has another element of availability In that he has friends and followers In both Democratic camps Bryaulte and reactionary During his re IIcent Western trip the progressives In his party received him with real enthusiasm Yet the originml Wilson booster Is Col George Harvey of the Harper publications who abhors Bryanlsm and all Its works IIayor Head Is to be congratulated for calling a halt In the rough ridl IB of the K and I Bridge Company over the rights of the West End citizens The Kentucky Irish American called attention to the methods of th I grasping corporation a year ago when they tore down a citizens property on West Chestnut street before even getting permission from the proper authorities RochesterICatholic Citizen on Its ninth anniversary Ably edited and well It Is a bright and Interesting t publication a creditI to Rochester itsjthejcreased growth and prosperity 1theyTexas Is a big State and will haw difficulty in finding a man hi g Unitefd i wUf lothas announced that he will not be a Candidate for reelection Joseph I must realize that the people knowIwhen they have had enough n People wonder why the Indiana Catholic editor has only sneers and rIdicule for John Redinpnd and the Rationalist party That paper hasBI thrown suspicion upon every move I partYjNhasj IThe collections at all the masse- la I the churches tomorrow will be of diocesan offering to the Holy I Father Bishop ODonaghuo and the I I ergy hope this offering will ba generous ono- SEEINd CHICAGO SIGHTS Lawrence Smith widely known in IrishAmerican society circles and the past thirtyone years with of ChessWymond Company left Sunday to spend a two weeks vaca rt I in Chicago He has many I friends in the Windy City and ex ting to see all the sights within R distance i Mrs 1 iTO CASINOORPIIFUM I For next week the Casino and Orpheum motion picture houses of promise a series of entirely new i JourneyirigB to other lands arid scenes that should prove an interest Ghrograrximex111 j kWm r anA fclkkful JMiuitWilM I 11AtOUfUUtl be aung rSOCIETY j Mrs John Oronan visited relatives I in Frankfort last week ICMIss Rose Wclst has returned from a six weeks tour of the West Miss Matt Hayes was llast we the guest of Miss Mary Taylor at Springfield William and George Kearns 1left Tuesday to attend school at Spring Hill College Miss Lolls Turner has been via ing her grandmother Mrs Cornwallj at Irvlngton piles Thersia Hogan has been of s iting in Indianapolis the guest of Miss Helen Jones j Miss Nellie B Hannan has re turned from a fIve weeks stay In Northern Michigan thebiisa Margaret Flynn was th week a guest of the Graham Sprin I Harrodsburgth Rise Lillian Kearns has returnel I I after a visit of several weeks to Atlt lantlc City and New York George W Holland is still cont fined to St Josephs Infirmary but is able to receive friends Ithatl for Nazareth Academy where e will complete her education Misses Nellie and Florence Bat rett were recent visitors to th Misses Foley at Pewee Valley ChestnutIVstreet druggist who has been ill for some time is improving rapidly Miss Marie Maloney has been ofspending the past week at Spring Pope1mMiss Katie May Murphy returned Tuesday after a months trip thoe West Miss Elizabeth Coyle returned Saturday after an enjoyable visit IVwith Miss Ella Tyler at Mt Wash- Ington John T HIckey Seventh and Oak has been enjoying a season of rest toand recreation at West Baden Springs Miss Katherine Stier who ha been vllstlng at Owenton was this ClarkaSparta Mrs Michael Higgins and daughI ter Katherine of South Louisville returned Saturday from a visit to relatives at Nolin William Hession a popular Ill nols Central fireman hasbeen spend Ing the past two weeks at AtlanticII City and New York J Misses Mary Green and BIggers loft last week for a visit t Miss Greens sister Mrs C HJTalbot at Bardstown I Misses Catherine Hickey and i I Catherine Cline are home fro I Mansfield Ohio where they spent t two weeks visiting rlends I t IsAmong those from this city whJ registered last week at Grayson Springs were Mrs J P Dant and Misses Marie and Louise Dant Misst Catherine Burke who visited Prof and Mrs A A Volght In Jef fersonvllle last week has returned to her home in Washington Ind Miss Anna Rellhan has just re turned from a two Woks visit to San Antonio Texas where she was the recipient of much social attention 111IarleI ield where they spent a delightful I week as the guests of Miss Elizabeth 11e11 entertainedI informally Wednesday evening in I honor of Miss Marie Louise Mlchot i LouisvilleMemphis Catholic Journal I MrsI bincolnSVirginIareturned j Miss Rose Cunningham has Just j returned from an extended EasternI trip While away she spent two weeks in Boston and two weeks in York City alDrCasper have returned from acs companied Mr and Mrs r Casper Cannclton Ind alMiss rated on last week at St Josephs Infirmary is now at her home at Seventh street and Florence Place for and has almost entirely recovered of 1522East that been entertaining this week in honor te Misses Julia McHugh and May Schaaf visitors from Indianapolis coIt in New York last week were J Curran Mrs J M Joyce and J E Roche of Louisville and Quinn land Miss QuInn of HenmE th4IJeffersonville accompanied by their niece Mary Catherine Craig have returned home after several weeks visit to relatives In Chicago Milwaukee and Fond du Las officeI Ion boas Mary Ridge who WM the t of Mrs WD WilMapii twa ifdrd hid ftirt1foee1tsVlc- Ji red to Iadlaaapt Uwtt11rTI1IF J 7 o I and Mrs Wjllimms to attend Indiana State Fair before return home IMrs John J Barrett Miss L111 Barrett Mrs Sauter Miss Ellzab Sauter and Miss Maria Dterrf- and niece Miss Ethel Ray w members of a merry house party 1 week at the home of Mrs Charles Breckel at St Matthews kWilliam H Holden and wife and daughter Miss Catherine left Monday for their home at Terre Haute Ind after a weeks visit to John Holden and family 1716 Harney street While here the visitors were honor guests at several receptions itIA happy marriage was solemnize J Wednesday afternoon at the Sacred Heart church when In the presence of many friends and admirers R Father Walsh united Miss Marv Beatty and V llllam Detchen well known and popular young people of II the West End Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple 1 for a honeymoon trip to the North I and upon their return w111go housekeeping in a cosy new home fsGraingerCourt gsMiss Agnes Carr of 1112 Garvin Place was hostess at a linen shower at her home Monday evening Int honor of Miss Mary Beatty whose marriage to William Detchen took place Wednesday morning The present were Misses Mary Beat Elsie Detchen Elna Beatty Ka erlne Connell Nellie Connell May 110 Klley May Moran Rose Felhoelter Bessie Coakley Mayme Meyers Ethel Thompson Mary Lawler Ma Praetorlus Mayme Smith Eleno r Teresa and Agnes Carr eA delightful birthday party w given Owen V Nelllgan in honor of his thirteenth bIrthday anniversary last Sunday at his home 1528 LytleII street Those present were Miss Mayme Goering Irene OReilly JuliaII Fllben Catherine Fllben Florence Rihn Nora Lillian Rose and Cath erlne Killoran Edna Drazzle Dor I othy Morris Jennie May Conner Mary OConner Gertrude McClain Messrs Owen Milllgan Ernest Mc ClaIn Raymond Willis Edward Hourlgan Robert OReilly William Goering JohnXConner and Messrsi and Mesdames Killoran R W Mil11 ran J C Milllgan and M J Fllben CHANGES Rev Father Joseph Fly Succeeds the Late Father Majors Wheatety who for the past eight months has beeu assistant pastor of St Peters church in Lexington has been appointed pastor of the Catholic church at Georgetown where he will succeed Father Joseph Flynn The latter will become pastor of the Church of the Good Shepherd at Frankfort to succeed Father Thomas S Major who died recently Father Charles Schulte who was assistant pastor of the latter church during the illness of Father Major has bee Vhearoas assistant pastor at St Peters in Lexington The changes were made by Bishop Macs and became effective this week tmhe Church of the Good Shepherd is pleasing to his friends throughout the diocese though the people of a Jolljis deeply regret the loss of one who has been a faithful shepher- dROUT1nE Mackin Council Holds BI g Meeting and Hears Reports Mackin Council met Monday nig with another good attendance though nothing but routine business transacted President Robert keptIclaimsIwere by committee arranging for the annl of versary celebration reported what had been done thus far and the pro receivedIWlthdate was set for the next initiation ut it Is Certain to take place as as cool weather sets In The Club announced that its fatO1 belinauguratedSeptember ee and Indicate a larger membership than her ever before Secretary Frank Adams of and Treasurer W A Link stated that iasi making full settlenentv of due and assessments ELABORATE DECORATION Archbishop Moeller has sent to l Catholic rectors of Cincinnati instructions directing them to ring the bells of all churchesiafive minutes at 9 oclock the afjmorningthe National Eucharistic Congress convenes at Cincinnati on that andaynor of every church be festooned colventlon the ocaslon and to delegates has been designed an- andw11l be worn during the con gress A view of St Peters Cathedral in relief adorns one side of the fore l while the Catholic doctrine of Blessed Sacrament 1s symbolized the reverse BURKE GOT THERE IA Vincent C Burke one of the popular clerks at the local Post attended the national cbhven of the Federation of Postoffice ilerks atr Dtsehfenes th1llWMkand s I1OJ11 rNbyJelng aketed Firs t President of the orgAafeafea- e 174 oiher effieen were reelectedt for 1 lla BIRDIE1ngI have cradleBirdie chinththingereyouForawhileFuptyourfaceAnd blossom In a smile May you guardian angel always Watch closely by your side Whispering words of love and duty Be your guard and constant guide Let your conscience be Its dwelling place Make ydur mamma the telephone So she can whisper to her Birdie From your guardians sacred home P Finegan- ev 1IlOLDMH Intereseftt Members Here and Else whereInThe Knights of St Louis have now a boys choral society It numbers 128 members and tuition is free It is expected 150000 will be in the parade when the Columbus monument Is unveiled in Washington Mayty alrangngthan proposed to make the largest ever held In Wisconsin Frankaat the local council meeting next Wednesday alsAll preparations are completed for the fourth degree exemplification at St Louis on Columbus day A big class will take the work esThe local council will run a spe clal train to Bardstown next Tuesday to attend the reception to the Most Rev Diomede Falconlo Papal Dele gate given by Bardstown Catholics When the memorial to Columbus now planned is placed In position in front of the new Union Station in Washington it will be the first work of art to greet the eye of the traveler arriving there FALL WORK Division 3 Will Inaugurate the First Hibernian nnClass Division 3 + A O H held a well attended meeting Monday night when President Coleman obligated John Burke and John Cogan and re- ceIved another application Com- munIcations were received from Prof Rohan Chairmtfn of the Irish History Committee National PresI- dent James Regan and State PresI- dent George Donnelly who are expected here this winter President Coleman and Secretary Stevens were instructed to visit Division 1 and ask for the use of its hall for a big Initiation on Tuesday October II divisionsLYtake part in the exemplification of the degrees of the order ExPresl dent P T Sullivan delivered an 1in- teresting address on Catholic federa lion and Thomas Quinn dwelt on the subject of securing new membersi Others who responded with interest- t ing talks were exState President George J Butler John M Maloneyi John Hession Thomas Noon and John Karman CATHOLIC FORESTERS Assisted by the reverend pastor Father Pfeiffer William Callaghan the newly appointed organizer for the Catholic Order of Foresters pulled off a Unique event last Thurs day evening at St Helens A meet wahthope that a now court might be established in th district Preparations had bee made to have every applicant who j signed the charter role to be examined Immediately Almost every man who attended the meeting signed and was examined tie same evening the six local medical examiners the order The new court will be formally installed within the next two weeks THEY ARE OFF DUTY Policemen who will return to duty next week after a ten days vacation Corporal W J Sullivan James Mara Patrick Scally A C Con Polly Mike Murray John Mullaney Jerry Murphy Among the num granted ten days the latter pat this month are Robert MllHgan Denny Smith Dan Sheehan Q M Jerry OHearn Ebeneze- organ r J V HInes R J Murray George Brown Theamajority have planned trips to other citiesPIFESTIVAL All the societies of St Josephs church Washington street between Buchanan and Webster will conduct festival in the school hall on the and evening qof September 4Therea good time for all who attend xj 1 HOPKINS THEATER in HOPklns 1 I Important factor in things the atrical In Louisville Here the leaders In vaudeville have come to the with the result that the the offerings have been raised considerably Carr and incidentally the public demand has become more exacting Will tattling good bill of diversified years will be offered next week number of which will be presented In great style HOLY NAMESOCIITZ to mo- Th Holy Name Society was founded by the Deminlean fjther4 in Mens It received Papal authority v etaeliAiBf 1te branches January seem II n Practical Horse Hoofs Properly Shoes Horfee Shoes All Kinds Walnut GREflGRS f SCHOOL SECOND AND BKEOKUSTRIDGE THE PATRONAGE OF THE READERS OF THE KENTUCKY AMERICAN school in the best Bookkeeping and Shorthand systems taught in Louisville We would be to you call and see us we think you appreciate the claims we make DAY AND NIGHT THIi YEAR J D CREAGER Principal EFRIGERATOR Refrigerator M1 P VEENEMAN d Mgr and Secretary Kentucky Co INCORPORATED OF PAVING BRICK Streets lotbII IIOffice 528 Jefferson Magnolia 9th and TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 r I 15 anf t- e J s iTSII FOR 975I patternsn I some BLUE SERGES 18 r and 20 Suits for 9- 75LEVYS Third and Market The Spot Louisville I ftri3001 BOOK 60ROOS BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line goods are the finest of their kind in the city Magazines and Religious Articles or ZVZRY DClUP1IJIWest Jefferson Street 1 1433rhe first society organized I America was at St Josephs Som erset Ohio in 1848- MELBOURNES ARCHBISHOP Prominent Catholic laymen of Australia are preparing to celebrate silver jubilee of Archbishop Ina worthy that great churchman September 29 he have rounded out twentyfive as Archbishop of TAKE CARE men should be not marry young who have Y on them than ih them said Bernard Vaughan to a club the day With pre 1tlng female fashions that would to be impossible r- a I n r i f JOHN CAMPBELL Shoir Toe Cracks Split Contracted Feet and All Ailments of the Shod Rubber Pads Hand Made Driving of HORSES CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED nOME 5283 52513th St Madison BUSINESS SOLICITS IRISH This is fortunate having both glad have and will CLASSES AROUND Melbourne GEHER SON 9 215 MARKET STREET SEW TUB CEXHBRATKD NNORTH STAR The with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered dealt RangeThe EQUAL It ranks high in thp estimation ol tic BANNON BANNON JR L1 Pres VlcePres Treas Vitrified Brick MANUFACTURERS VITRIFIED and Roadways II West Street Works Are 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BROS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS DMt1Uers and WholsaleDealI en Iia Finest Brands ef Ka taeky Whfekto eepeelaHy Pearl of NelsonBOTTLED IN BOND ti t MMMt m IIXTH STRUT 4 r o 7- q u rJ r PITTSBURG COAL 375 PER TONTELEPHONE Dougherty COAL lanninjI JNCORPOR TEDII FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA I 0 1 0 0- i ICEI i I FOR HOME USE l Ask for Coupon Book and save 5 per cent on your ice bill Our ice is made from distilledI water only Family delivery Will be satisfactoryWe ice for all occasions and in any quantity Both Phones 297 i AMERICANIce INCORPORATED- N CoII I E Cor Pearl and Floyd ON IOo I Catholic Order of Foresters Greatest Catholic Fraternal Insurance Order In tbe World Members in Good Standing 150000 Death benefits paid sInce organized 13852000 JOIN NOW WM CAlLAGlHAH State Organizer 27 10 WJeff HENRY HUNOLD BKALSR IN Staple and Fancy Grocirta A FIRST CLASS SAMPLE ROOM CONKECTIONI IePka4IID 524 W WALNUT POPE ACTS Pope Plus X on Wednesday rati fwd the decision of the Consistorial Congregation presented by Cardinal de Lal appointing the Right Rev Joseph M Koudelka of Cleveland as Auxiliary Bishop of Milwaukee The appointment of the Right Rev MonrigHdr J M Lavall Vicar General lof the archdiocese of New Orleans to M Auxiliary BishopI of New Or lleaaa alw was ratified In addition Monaigaor Laval hi created titular Btebop of HkroeHeriaB f PJ t PR OUAMMEi i ror the Reception to B e Apostolic Delegate Palconlo The Most Rev Dlomede Falconlo D D Archbishop of Larlssa and Apostolic Delegate to the United i States will arrive In Louisville next Tuesday mornIng when he will be met by Bishop ODonaghue theI clergy of the diocese and the Knights of Columbus who will ac- companyI hIm to Dardstown for the opening of St Josephs College A i special train will leave the Union Station between 7 and 8 oclock and there will be ample accommodation for the laity who wish to attend The official programme Is as follows 830 a mKnlghts assemble at Knights Columbus Hall and march I traInIa to St Josephs church 10 a mSolemn Pontifical high mass 12 noon Banquet at St Josephs College to His Excellency the Most Rev Apostolic Delegate the Right Rev D ODonaghue D D the clergy the State Deputy District Deputy and the Grand Knight of each council in tho State 730 p m Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament and Papal blessing 8 p m Reception to His Ex cellency the Apostolic Delegate and formal opening of St Josephs Col lege on the college grounds During the afternoon the Apostolic Delegate will be shown the acad emies conducted by the Sisters at Nazareth Loretto and Springfield WAGE EARNER Has Staunch rrlend In the Catholic Federa tion I The Catholic position toward the wage earner Is thus set forth by the Catholic Federation and should for ever silence the ravings of Social I Ists and others opposed to the true I religion l Let the laws promote the welfare of the wage earner and the small independent producer and business dealer and let the Idea of paternal re sponsibility be cherished as one of tho foundation stones of American liberty We sympathize with every legiti mate effort to obtain a living wage reasonable hours protection of life and limb worklngmens Just compensation decent and healthful con ditions in the home shop mine and factory and pledge our support to all legislative action instituted to this end We deplore the evils of child labor the conditions that compel women and girls to be employed away from their homes and the needless work of men and women on the Lords day I We commend when provided with proper moral safeguards bureaus for the unemployed and lodging houses for workingmen and homes for women and girls seeking em ployment or compelled to labor at a distance from their homes and ad vocate the establishment of day nurseries under Catholic auspices J We also recommend cooperation with every proper civic agency to obtain legislation for the suppression and stamping out of white slavery We protest against propagandas which teach class hatred advocate confiscation of private property make marriage a mockery deny parental I rights and responsibility and I proclaim State control and even I ownership of the child clrIclesI ences Institutes for farmers merchants and workingmen and lay mens We retreatsico I Central Vereln In its vigorous pro motion of social studies and also recommend cooperation with the Militia of Christ for Social Service latelv organized for the defense of the Christian order In society on the basis ot a fundamental acceptance of I the tradeunion principle I We give our hearty i to all unions in behalfendorsementII which are based on Christian ples We appeal to the prlnclII leaders and membership of ganizations to foster and keep Intact the conservative and Just Ideals for which trade unionism should always stand t LET THEM PLAY Let the children have their pleas ures Train them to be obedient neat and to some extent orderly and then let them have all the fun their busy brain can devise so long as it lis harmless and innocent Long they have grown to womanhood even after they have fam ilies of their own they will look back to their childhood as the I livesIbest man OUTNUMBERED The total war strength of the German army Is 4000000 men of the French army 2100 000 men Germany has thirtyseven battle ships to Frances twentythree On land and sea France Is outnumbered by Germany England has sixtytwo battleships but her war strength on land Is only 800000 I IFOUNDED IN BELGIUM In Belgium the Xaverlan Brothers have an exten6iy college kmown as St Francis Xavier College Bruges in the late Middle Agee was what Liverpool it today Its an ancient ally rich in htetory and art and rich tit reHJ5lo fi bouses Tju Xaverlav Congregation wan founded there and ia now international I k i o f ROSAIWf TIME At the fall of the night In Ireland when spring in the land Iis fair At the fall of the night in when there passionate IrelamJJ When woods are ruddy in autumn white with winters time orII At the fall of the night in Ireland tis Rosary time With book and beads in her fingers the mother goes to her place The holy candle beside her the peace of God in her lace And out of a chosen corner the voices of children chime At the fall of the night in Ireland at Rosary time Outside the song of the robin is stilled in Its sheltered nest The winds with their rainy sweetness are sighing themselves to rest The earth with her ancient longing swings low to a minor rhyme At the fall of the night In Ireland at Rosary time Oh many a dream of beauty en nobles the lowest sod And many a golden duty binds man to the feet of Cod But the sorest passions of living is hushed to a chord sublime At the fall of the night In Ireland at Rosary time Teresa C Brayton I I WILD OATS I Our country needs grand and good men and to become a grand and good man one must be a grand and good boy It is a wrong idea that every boy must sow his wild oats When you sow a crop of harIvestneed never be sown The time spent in sowing wild oats is worse than lost for the time could be spent in sowing a crop that would yield a golden harvest Be careful about the kind of seed you sow for what soever aman soweth that shall he also reap j J HOME LIFE j J It is when the sun has gone down 1 that the home Influences becomes c actual and potent In opening the tender buds of young characters the light from the hearthstone Is far more efficient than the sunlight The distinctive characteristics of the home life are manifested more 1 strongly when the labors of the day are ended and the family gather round the fireside for the evening j One hour of evening home life is worth a month of the ordinary dally t experience SPEAK KINDLY Speak kindly in the morning Itr lightens the cares of the day and I makes the household and all Its affairs I move along smoothly Speak t kindly at night for It may be before J dawn some loved one may finish his or her space of life for this world and it will be too late to ask forgiveness I II MAKING SltJnTSV In making a skirt the easiest way t is to sew all of the seams and press them except the back one bind this en each side and leave open until skirt is entirely finished even to t the band in fitting simply pin It together one will find the work much easier to have it open in this way and the binding prevents its stretchingSI LATEST IN STYLES Paris seems unwilling to part with stripes First fall suits are shown In coarse weaves i Peasant sleeves are noteed on many coat models Black voile skirts are plentiful in early fall showings The vogue of sashes becomes every day more emphatic Uncurled feathersof every descrip tion appear on hats 1 The white corduroy skirt seems likely to be a fall favorite The fashion of wearing a long transparent coat of chiffon cloth is gaining in favor Fashion makers everywhere express I a strong preference for the con I tinuatioa of the side Jabot 1 Skirts are still short only those for the most elaborate evening costumes I having trains Hats of velvt and velour are ex pected to be two of he strongest J features of fall millinery 1 MOUNTAIN REPARTEE t A court official in Missouri writes that in the mountainous district ottt that State a tall gaunt specimen of the mountaineer whose Christian- name was Joshua was recently IIIrjj raigned In the criminal branch of the 4 Federal court on a charge of illicit distilling JDuring the proceedings the Judge In a friendly manner turned Lto the defendadt and remark ed Your name is Joshua Is its I the man who comsuppose you are manded the sun to stand still No of the mountaineer I wias the quick response I am the man whd Is charg 1 ed with making the moonshine j SOFT GINGER BREAD One cup of molasses four table spoons of melted butter one tea spoon of soda one cup of warm water two cups of flour one tea spoonful each of BInger and cinna mon Add two well beaten eggs the last thing before baking II1IA1CES SWEET BREAD mashed sweet potatoes onehalf cup of meat drippings one teaspoon baking powder one pint o f corn meal onehalf teaspoon salt two eggs mix In soft dough bake in a moderate oven j BRNG8 OUT FLAVOR r I 1 A generau plnch of salt added to sherbets ices jaouwie and creaMi aida much to bringing out their riav r a 1T VV T1KST STEPS i ror Reception of Presl= dent Regan This rail IThe meeting or Division I A O H at Falls City Hall last Tuesday night was lively and Interesting from the moment President William Murphy rapped for order until the adjournment The most Important reIceptlonPresident Regan when he visits Louisville this fall Following the announcement of his Intended com ing there was an Interesting discus sion participated In by Martin DolanDavid sensus of opinion being that theholdIngne t tobeecretaryStevensYe from Division 3and without a dis senting voice Division 1 dispensed with the meeting for the second Tuesday In October when there will1 be a big initiation under the aus pices of Division 3 This actio frIendlyfeelingbernians of the Palls Cities The Visiting Committee reported two members Thomas Shannon and Joh Holden still on the sick list Fo the coming year a new degree tea has been organized with Tom Dola as Captain This means that Divis ion 1 will be soon fully equipped for the membership campaign that will1 take place this fal- lMODERNISM Brief Explanation of This MuchMisunderstoodQuestion It is very difficult if not Impossible to give any adequate idea ofr modernism in a few words But the following brief explanation from the pen of a clearbrained writer covers the much discussed and much misun thoroughlyCatholics jsophers hold to the principle that a thing is what it is which verya simple statement It i called objectivism and moan- that 9s no matter what I think about an object the object does not become what I think it is but remains just what It Is in Itself On the other hand there are those who hold that a thing is what their minds con calve It to be and this Is called subjectivism In the latter case truth varies with the advance of thought etc so that we never or rarely ever reach truth Modern fate apply this latter system to re- ligIon with the result that they came to hold for instance that while our present Catholic notion of the Trinity was true as men saw it some hundreds of years ago it is still true but In a different sense that Is it changed according as the mind if man saw it with the aid of ad- Ianced thought All this means that ve never had the real objective truth about the Trinity but only a subjective truththat is what seemed true to the human mind at any one period Other dogmas of the church were treated in the same way The result was destruction of all real objective knowledge about religIon In plain words the Trinity or any other dogma was not what it is but what it appeared to be VACA1C1ES- There Are Now Twenty Three in Sacred- College The death recently of Cardinal Horanr of Sydney created the twen ythlrd vacancy In the Sacred College the present composition of which and its probable action in the event of an early conclave are always ubjects of lively Interest and particularly so now Of the sixtyfour Cardinals who elected the present Pontiff thirtyone have since died Four years has elapsed since Plus X held his last consistory in which new Cardinals were created and the present membership of the Sacred College Is made up of one Cardinal reglia dl Santo Stefano created by Plus IX thirty created by Leo XIII and sixteen chosen by the present Pontiff which means that the last represent onethird of the whole Of the fortyseven Cardinals Iwentyelght are Italians the remainder being divided among the nations as follows AustriaHungary live Spain four France three Germany two Ireland one Belgium one Portugal one United States one South America one CATHOLIC EDUCATION If Catholic education is to become meritorioussystemi dies give it a hearty support It- Is not right to hold aloof and wait until the parish school is an ideal Institution Catholics must go In and with generous contributions hearty patronage and good report make it what they desire It to be LARGEST CHURCHES I The largest churches in Europe will contain the following numbers St Peters Rome 54000 Cathedral 37000 St Pauls lIUanII don 25000 St Sophia tinople 23000 Notre Dame Paris 21000 Pisa Cathedral 13000 St Marks Venice 7000- VATICAN I IiIDItAItV I the Mbrary of the Vatican Was contameaatoagwhichThomasStrJI FRANK FEAR BREWINGC INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers YLOUISVILLE KY OUR BREWYIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANn BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE RY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS1 1 Clay Street Brewery x 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY FALLSCITYBREWINOCO INCORPORATED 9Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Hems 76717672 Dumb Wtst 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERe 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the building fundof Josephs Hospital at Far Rock SKIRT HELPS In making a circular ski the fitting and finishing exi lower edge HaDe the skirt several days BO it may sag tl off and finish You will h trouble of Ua sagging rafter a or CB THOMPSON FLORISTBSrONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUEB- oth Telephones IOBO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for thecare and treatment of insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue + JeilerionHle last t HENRY AA5J1J POLS DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Guts Wearing Award WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3633 et ti iEi I u i t wa i uw VI i a- 7Tu c J I KY IRISH AM RICAN I U I 0 wIsg CLEANERS AND DYERS J ADVANCE AUTUMN STYLES AT THE BIG 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BENIANS What They Have Been Doing thePast WeekGeneral- News Notes With Tom Dolan as Captain Divis ion 1 will soon have the degree team it has long sought The new circular and application blank Issued by the County Board is sure to bring good results Denver Council publishes weekly a list of visitors from other cities who register at the council building A lively time is promised at the meeting of Division 4 next Monday night ail their unfinished debate of two weeks ago will be reopened The annual reunion of the nlno divisions of Allegany county at Mid laud Maryland was preceded by a parade divided Into six divisions Division 3 has made a good start for a season of activity Let the others fall in line and the member ship In the Falls Cities will be doubledThe County Board held an inter esting session last evening and re celved President Colemans report in regard to National President Reganfj visit this fall Two divisions and the Hibernian Rifles wero prominent in the parade and exercises attending the corner stone laying of the new St Josepas church at Newport R I There is much enthusiasm over tho division lately organized at Dougherty Iowa which has pros pects for a membership of 150 to 200 before the end of the year Three degree teams ought to be able to meet all the initiatory re qulrements for the coming winter It Is now up to the members to secure candidates and thus keep the teams going I I IThirty candidates were Initiated by the division at Janes Ivllle WIs State President Callan and Prof Rohan Chairman of the i National Irish History Committee j witnessed the ceremonies I IThe coming of National President Regan should be made the occasion of one of the largest IrishAmerican gatherings ever assembled In Louis ville From what we learn a genuine Kentucky welcome awaits him v Dunkirk Hibernians kave taken steps to have Regents counts for Irish history This study was added to the curriculum of St Marys Academy some time ago but the State Regents have made no allow ance Local legislators are aiding the movement with hopes for success I The ball of Ladles Auxiliary 11 of San Francisco was a decided success Mrs T P ODowd County Presi dent led the grand march escorted by Mayor McCarthy On account of the unavoidable absence of Mrs Mc Sarthy wife of the Mayor a beautiful floral harp was sent her by the auxiliary STATE FAIR Promise Por the Greatest Show Ever Given Here A glance at the programme will convince the most skeptical that the purely amusement feature of the coming Kentucky State Fair has not been overlooked by the management During each night of the week in the magnificent live stock pavilion will be given free of charge a high class horse show such an one as Is seen at Madison Square Garden New York some features of which will1 bo the tour musical elephants stunt which will delight the young and the old and the famous Lunette Sisters in their mystifying and entrancing performance as bewildering dancers EacTi afternoon in front of the grandstand will be presented the Justly famed loo the loop and Jump the gap ac by Oscar Babcock In which he actually loops the loop and then Jumps a dangerous gap in his fly Ing machine Each night In fron- of the grandstand the wonderfully beautiful spectacle Perrys Victory on Lake Erie which will appeal to the patriotism of the onlookers as well as their appreciation of the ar of fireworks kings will be given On Saturday afternoon a headon collision between two monster loco motives each weighing forty tons will be provided The two engines will be started under full heads of steam and permitted to crash to gether In full view of the audience And the Pike will as usual be a bewildering array of lights music fun and frolic The most uptodate shows possible to secure will be pro vided but the management has in sisted that they should be moral and of a character to which no one could object In addition Calliendos great Italian band with thre vocal ists of International reputation willI furnish music of a character which will satisfy the most exacting Then there will be twenty trotting pacing I and running races on the halfmile track All of this should provide I sufficient entertainment in the lighter vein to please any Kentucky audience for which none Ss too J good I SIX GAMES MORE 1 I The Colonels will open a three amo series with Jimmy Burkes Hootersl today and with Louisville playing in their prfttent improved I form a close contest Iis greeted in 1 every game If the Colonels put jip their present snappy game of ball a goodly number of the fans will be prevent for the final AUogether tkllhaa baa a disappointing yar for the loraliooteNhete ifl tf- thetoloaly Wart to 11ak th4tr hard I tl rt e3 i I u SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday PresidentWilliam Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kinsRecording Secretary Joseph E Farrell Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawle- rSergeantatArmsLouls Roller DIVISION 2 Meets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal nut street- sPresidentC J Ford Vice President Ernest Smith Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial Secretary John J KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays IlnoteeSlh and Portland PresidentD J Coleman Vice PresIdentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFinancial SecretaryJ 0 Hes sionTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens tinelThomaa Noon- DIVISION i Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArms William Cal laghanSentinelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesda- At Elks Hall County President Lawrencei FordPresldentJ G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc GrodyFinancial Secretary John Hogan TreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Gar rltySenUnelThomas Gleaso- nMarshalMichael Noon Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North TwentysixthI t President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock Financial A C LinkIII Recording SecretarYR Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH Ker bergTroasurerW ALlnk I MarshalJ H Inside Sentinel SheehanIII Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart i ItJi1J1E 1 JtLIJttl Glib lqS ror4J I A Pastor U ea It Already In Germany 8 Fort Morgan Col Feb 31909Through overwork In my calling I nervesaKoenigsNelIt hero when I began to all and I am now again thoroughly restored Please lend me 2 botles for a child of my congregation who Is suffering from Epilepsy and severe spasms August Wlska Pastor 1909psutterlngtvainthenronlo and was entirely cured Last Fall I had a similar attack and at TonictMrs Gertrude Kottelor A Valuable Book on Nero Samplebotue treetSortNagneKOENIQ MED CO Chicago littOB Lake Street Sold by Druggistst SI per BottU 6 for 85 Law AIM f176 8 Bottles for 8 lot a little less to bear they should put forth their best efforts to get out of the despised cellar position and Incidentally put to rout our Indlpn1apoUsj should by all means try to secure Eddie Lennox from the Chicago I Cubs for next season as It was his Injury that marked the beginning of the end for Louisville this year i AVENUE THEATER POPULAR i Tho Avenue Theaters new scale of prices has made good with the theatergoing public and crowded houses are the rule For next week Is announced Blank Patti and her musical comedy ot colored entertainers In the Jungles is the name of the piece which this aggregation Is appearing In and It is said to deal out run and music in real jungle style For this engagement reserved house i IS THIS SO J The colored population of the UnltHlbatukr 969000 of I wham it Jvi said ealjr 2UOl0ar Caoltes A ILI1i11- Q 1 t n IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Tho late George Mitchell of Ros crea left personal estate valued at more tban 31500 policeforceconsiderable time past will soon bo discontinuedMuch was felt In Tipperary at the announcement of the death fewdaysAt a recent meeting of the Carlow Board of Guardians Michael Gov erney was unanimously coopted a member of that body Roderlc Moore national1 teacher of Banagher has been unanimously coopted a member of the Birr District Council A youth named Patrick Bulfin son of a farmer and cattle dealer of whilebathingThe death of Peter Hughes J P of Lowart removes another famllar figure He was universally popular and his unexpected demise is deeply deploredBy votes to thirteen recorded for an opponent Mrs Dora Dutty of Strokestown has been elected Matron of the Strokestown workhouseTwo named Patrick Cole man a farmer and John Allen a laborer were killed at Ballylanders County Limerick by lightning while engaged In making a hayrick- In the recent thunderstorm apor tion of the Presentation Convent at Batung ass was struck by lightning which shattered the eave gutters and the lightning conductor As a result of the recent L G Board Inquiry Into the congestion in house accommodation in Car rlckmacross the erection of twenty the new houses has been sanctioned Potato Relight has made Its un welcome appearance in the southern portion of County Sligo which is recentythunderstorm and the torrential rains which followed When attending the fair at Bless ington a farmed named Michael Dowling of Brlttas dropped sud denly down on the footpath from the effects of sunstroke and is lying In a very precarious condition Before Justice Loughran at the Newry Petty Sessions Matthew Rice of Fathom Upper County Armagh was held on the charge of having fired a revolver at Thomas McNulty of Klleen with intent to kill Tie Mayor gave notice of motion at a meeting of Wexford Corporation that lfty houses be erected in the town under the housing of the work ing classes act and that a complete system of main drainage be under taken Much regret is felt by a very wide circle of friends at the death of Mrs Margaret ORegan of Sixmlle bridge mother of James ORegan County Councillor An Immense cortege attended the funeral to the tamely burying ground at Bally sheen Limerick The scarcity of water in Monag han is causing the gravest concern to the Urban Council and the rate payers generally During the week the waterworks fountains have been In most cases cut off and were it not for the old pumps and wells there is no knowing what the people would do- Aratal outbreak of fire occurre in Waterford City at the Catholl- fnstitutipn for aged women Whe the brigade arrived the flames had a strong hold on the buildings and notwithstanding the best efforts of the brigade and a number of vol unteer workers one aged Inmate Margaret Burns lost her life All1 the others were got out of the build- Ing safely INSPECTORS Appointed For the Catholic Knights and Ladles At a meetingheld last week Dis tract Deputy John J Score appointed the following Inspectors for the local branches of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America Charles J Tho ben August Schmitt Peter Richards John B Stickler Mrs Andrew Kast B M Dlllman Michael McDermott Edward Barrett S J McElHott Miss Kate Riordan Miss Emma Fisher Miss Mary Corcoran Dr Charles Edelen MraP Richards Dr Peter- S Ganz Mrs D Dougherty Andrew Kast Mrs Burke and Emery Schaefer These Inspectors will meet with the District Deputy next Friday night when they will receive final Instructions as to their duties The Knights and Ladies expect to soon Inaugurate a campaign that will greatly Increase the membership In the Falls Cities- SHERIFF EJIMJn RETURNS Sheriff Al M Emler who has enIIn Europe for the past two months arrived home Wednesday hale and hearty and in the best of spirits The Sheriff visited his native town of eulenroda and spent fifteen days at arj3bad Sheriff Emler has a fund ot new stories for his friends One of the most unique gifts the Sheriff brought hlg friends was a handsome and costly combination cue and umbrella whichl he pre jajted to Frank MeGratS Chairman ottlle Deeseer tie Glty and Ceumty Oc ntatttw c u r Save Money By Having Your Wearing Apparel Cleaned Here Both Phones 2207 617 S Fourth Ave Classik Shoes FOR I Boys and GirlsHUnquestionably the best shoes for children that can be had They are honestly made throughout are absolutely all solid leather are full lengthvamps made over natureshaped lasts There is satisfaction in every pair come in all leathers FOR CHILDREN Sizes 5 to 8 100 125 150 Sizes 8 12 to 11 125150175 FOR GIRLS 11 12 to 2 150175 2 250 Z 2 12 to 6 200 250 3 350IISizes hightoe Patent lasts or gunmetal calf lace or button Little Mens 10 to 1312150Yo-uths 1 to 2 175 Boys 2 12 to 5 12 200 HERMAN STRAUS SONS g FOURTH AVENUE 4vCO7PDAAlCO MARKET STRUT a0 SS0a N 4 S eaM1- ao Bigger and Better Than Ever da 1 NINTH ANNUAL Kentucky State pair LOUISVILLE SEPTEMBER 11 12 13 14 15 16 1911 ILL BE THERE i WILL YOU THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY RACING LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES GOOD MUSIC CLEAN MIDWAY EDUCATION HEADON COLLISION SATURDAY MORE CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER For information or catalogue write to PERRY M SHY Secretary dGilNo 320 Paul Jones BuildingQG D Charlie White=Moon THE COW BOY HERBALIST Sole Owner and Originator of COM CELSAR and SCIENCE SOPE Exponent of Gods Medicines Roots and HerbsHome and Laboratory 37293731 W Broadway Loulsiille kj Wantsni i l I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best iJAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street f6110 1 10111 111010N 1 n 1911 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1911 JAMES QUARLES CANDIDATE FOR i Judge of the Jefferson Circuit Court l CHANCERY BRANCHFIRST DIVISION Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1911 NOVEMBER ELECTION 19111 SAM L ROBERTSON Candidate For ReEle- ctionREPRESENTATIVE1 51st Legislative District Comprising llth and 12th Wards Subject tor the Action of the Democratic Party WM R STELTENKAMP CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE Fifth Magisterial District Composed of First Second and Third Wards Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 4 U n tit L U rI J