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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r rt I y KENTUCKYrL T t l lH y R CA1t L IVOLUME XXIXNO 3tLOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 20 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTSI HIBERNIANS 4 Urged lhy National Chaplain to Unite In Stamping Out Socialism 1 Twelve Hundred Delegates Legislat- Ing For Ancient Order In Chicago Committees Studying the Best Form of National Insurance For Members SWING OF LADIES AUXILIARY A decided stand by the Ancient Order of Hibernians toward the downing of Socialism In the United States and the furtherance of the study of Gaelic by IrishAmericans were features of the annual convention of the A O H which opened Tuesday in Chicago A strong ser mon denouncing Socialism by BishopI John P Carroll of Helena Mont marked the first exercises of the con vention a solemn Pontifical high mass at the Holy Name Cathedral at which Archbishop Quigley officiated assisted by the Very Rev M J Fitz simmons the Rev D J Dunne the Rev W J McNamee and the Rev M OSullIvan The delegates 1200 In number attended In a body Bishop Carroll the National Chap lain In his sermon urged the Irish In America to stand with the Catholic church in its fight against Socialism Socialism is the greatest danger confronting this country said the Bishop Every Irish soul should burn with indignation at the proposi tions that this doctrine sets forth for acceptance Socialism would deprive him of everything that any real Irish man holds dear and would bring him back to conditions that existed In Ireland a century ago In the name of religion for the sake of your homes and for this grand and glor I ious country which we love as we do our lives I ask you to combat tile evils of Socialism which would finally wreck the country He also praised the A O H for voting 25000 to the Catholic- S Church Extension Society Imme I diately after the services the dele gJtps weS0 iIilaltjijj James J Regan ofStPaulNational President of the organization opened the convention shortly after noon Committees were appointed and the Executive Committee held a short session at the Hotel La Salle later In the evening the Chicago divisions gave a ball to the delegates and their wives at the Robert Emmett Hall when more than 2500 attended The convention has filled Chicago with some of the nations prettiest women The women are members of the Womans Auxiliary of the Irish American organization and are meet ing In the Hotel La Salle After the convention was called to order Wednesday the report of the Cre dential Committee was read and the delegates numbering more than 1000 were seated Committees were then to be formed I If you want to help Ireland patronize I Irish industries but dont get the idea that the old country is i seeking charity was the keynote ofII an address delivered by Father M OFlanagan of Ireland The Committee on Constltutonal Amendment wUl be one of the most Important bodies at this convention I It has the task of recommending the t best form of a national Insurance benefit Some of the State d visions of the body already have Insurance The insurance schemes of the organ zation In Illinois Michigan Massachusetts and Minnesota will be given thorough consideration The ability of women to success fully conduct an organization and to legislate for themselves was held to be incontrovertible by Miss Anna C Malia of Scranton Pa Who spoke before the Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in the Hotel La Salle Miss Malia has been i President of the Ladles Auxiliary since It was started From a mem bership of 30000 when the auxiliary started our membership today is at least 63000 or more than double what it had attained during the eleven years prior to our procuring t our own legislation said Miss laHa I trust that for all time any I doubts entertained by those who were pessimistic as to the ability of the ladies to legislate for themselves will now be laid to rest I John W Rainey assistant to the Probate Judge and Democratic csfn dldate for Clerk of the Circuit Court I nquetlatThe real work of the convention be gan with the reports of the commit tees on Thursday a full account of which will appear In next weeks Issue USEFUL LIFE ENDED A useful and well spent life was brought to a close Wednesday thorn Ing when God called James BMc Collum to his eternal reward The deceased had always been Interested in the growth of this city and was highly esteemd in Its business and social Circles Horn jo JrlJau1 eightyfive years ago became to this country when a young man Coming to Louisville he engaged lntbe brick MxftfcfMturlng ltsht8t from wfelek lie retired sae years ago pa aoeovmt I u s r- tU n I Z of his age James McCollum was a faithful Catholic and in years gone by was a moving spirit In a number of societies He is survived by eight sons James John William Samuel Sol Thomas Robert and Louis Mc Collum and two daughters Mrs Mollie Parsons and Mrs Edward Brady His funeral was held yester day morning from St Mary Magdalen church Father Gausepohl officiating at the mass and in his sermon he paid a deserved tribute to the exem plary life led by the deceas- edIANDSOME i Win Be the Float of the Columbia Athletic Club A happy feeling prevailed Tues day night at the meeting of the Columbia Athletic Club largely due to the splendid attendance the victory of the American athletes at Stockholm and the progress now be ing made with the handsome float for the Catholic Federation parade President Ben iBeckmann was in the chair and the Board of Directors submitted a very gratifying report William Dennes exhibited the design for the float and the plan outlined for the Columbia Athletic Club which promises a surprise The Secretarys report showed that in terest in the club was increasing and that the building fund was sufficient to meet payments when due Several Interesting talks were made during which attention was called to the improvements made in the house and the comforts installed for the mem bore Messrs Will Larkin Peter Koch and William Meehan were ap pointed members of a committee to confer with Col Joseph McGinn and Harry Veeneman as to the pro gramme for the reception to be ten dered the Supreme officers of the Catholic Knights of America during the Federation convention next month Upon motion it was decided to give another outing before coldI weather for the members and their families the committee that ar reappointedthe editor of the Kentucky Irish American were called upon and spoke words of encouragement for the club and Its splendid home FRANKFORT Dellstful Entertainment Provided by Knights of Columbus Jr + The Knights of Columbus of Frankfort are providing delightful entertainment for the people of the Capital City Thursday night of last week Frankfort Council tendered one of the most enjoyable receptions ever given to about 300 members of the Church of the Good Shepherd A splendid vocal and instrumental musical programme was rendered followed by a bounteous luncheon Next comes the Fair dance to be held at the Frankfort Hotel ball room next Wednesday when the music will be furnished by the Sec ond Regiment band Invitations have been sent all over the State and It is thought there will be many Knights at the fair which is one of the best in Kentucky Frankfort Council will also enters Lain the people of Frankfort someI Sunday in the near future with a boat ride up the historic Kentucky river going as far as High Bridge This Will be a really pleasant dayI for those fortunate enough to be the Knights7Cnighta Kentucky will be gratified to learn that Louis Schroff the genial Frankfort Secre tary who has been quite sick Is much Improved His host of friends hope to see him completely recovered j when he returns from a two I weeks stay at the springs TRINITY COUNCIL J J Membership Committee f Provides a Delightful I Musicale I I A delightful and appreciated event of the week occurred Tuesday evenII Ing when the Membership Commit I tee entertained Trinity Council YM and Its friends and prospective I candidates with a musicale given atII the club house and participated in by I some of the best vocall and instrumental I talent in the city The proII gramme was arranged by Phil WIHager and every number proved I ncelTrinityI fairs frequent among its social do- Ings in order to keep up the already f enthusiastic interest The council i has already determined to give another II opera and when the cooler j weather arrives active work of preparation will begin INJURIES NOT SERIOUS j Sunday afternoon Ferdinand Quill messenger boy for the Westr ern Union was hit bya street car attt receivingpainful ofMiceworedressed totheE Quill 2017 Griffith avenue This Istt the third accident in this family i proytngfatal fi I killed In a unaway accident and a I boatoverturnedMonth ago tt- o I L LAME Excuses qf Woods and More Filed With Post Ollice Department Forget to Toll Prominent Citi zen Repudiated Guardians ol Liberty Announced Officers and Con trolling Spirits ot New A P A Movement DAVID 86 ROSE TURNS HOUND Following the complaint lodged by E J Cooney of Providence R I the President of the Catholic Press Association to the iPost Office De partment at Washington against Postmaster Robert E Woods of Louisville and his assistant John G Morey for participating and taking a prominent part in the Guardians of Liberty meeting here recently the weak and feeble apologies of these two as contained in the report of C P Grandfield First Assistant Postmaster General are interesting Mr Cooneys attention had been called to the matter by the publication In tha Kentucky Irish American which also contained the severe editorial criticism of the Louisville Herald of the whole Guardian of Liberty movement and especially the action of the two Federal officials Following is the statement mailed to Mr Cooney by the Washington authoritiesMr J Cooney President Catholic Press Association Prov idence R ISir With reference to your letter of the tenth in regard to the report that the Postmaster and the Assistant Postmaster at Louisville Ky had participated in the formation ofa branch of the Guardians of Liberty you are InI formd that the matter has been taken up with the officials in question The Postmaster reports that the meeting which he attended was presided over by one of the foremost citizens that he arrived late at the hall which was crowded and that he was invited to a seat on the platform that he did not participate in the formation ofa bra ardors sole p n file tpg an JJtt to what- wassaid He states niflie has nev rat any time been a member of the A P A organization and that he has never been a member of the Guard- Ians of Liberty The Assistant Pose master reports that he did attend a meeting held under the auspices of the Guardians of Liberty at which Gen Nelson A Miles spoke that he did not at that time participate in the organization of a branch of the order and that it is his information that no organization was effected at that meeting Postmaster Woods neglects to state In his statement that the fore most citizen Andrew Cowan repu diated the A P A movement In the dally press two days after and that the other prominent citizens ex Mayor Charles Po Weaver and ex Chief Fllmore Tyson stated to the Kentucky Irish American that they were inveigled there under false pre tenses and had no sympathy for the Guardian of Liberty movement Neither Woods or Morey the servants of the public which includes Catholic citizens ever offered any explanation of their presence or why so many of the employes under them were present on that occasion neither did they explain that admission was by card only and why so many in the Post Office department wore possessors of those cards This past week the Guardians of Liberty announced the list of their officers as follows Charles D Haines Chief Guardian Lieut ion Miles Chief Attorney Major Gen Sickles Chief Custodian Rear Admiral G W Baird Chief Vigilant and Rey A E Barnett D D Chief Recorder Among the list of National Counselors and the only one from the South is that of David B B Rose who was prominently identified with the Miles speaking here Rose is circulation manager of the Evening Post and business partner of Edward Gottschalk member of the Board of Education in the Standard Printing Company It Is rumored tint National Counselor Rose was busy this present week in trying to organize a branch of the Guardians- n South Louisville This busy gentleman seems to have forgotten the teachings of the late Rabbi Adolph Moses a member of his own race and who was highly esteemed by the Catholic clergy and laity during his lifetime It is related that when the A P A movement was at the pin mule of one of Its spasmodic re vivals here years ago Rabbi Moses was lImportuned to lend his aId In persecution of tie Catholics and delivered the following scathing eplyNo sir I have been a hareI too long to turn hound now PLAN BIG MEET Preparations are under way for a monster meeting In Ulmer Park on Sunday August l610f the Irish Nationalists of Brooklyn and other American friends of home rule for landThe occasion will be the Testing to William H K Redmond rish member ot ParliamenttaJld I iinVqtljar possiblyI Jps4ph beviin- Df Pi who are oavtegjQ this cpun ry tyr the regular bleuI l Ira I 0 r F 3 convention tote held l13 12 tl In September The MUnife d toIILeague the A societies are her I make the fe OIHdih eh dole gates from blgest thing In the meetings In Brooklyn Mii POSTPONED ItiCatholic KnlghtsLCelebral tlon Will TaUjfPlace July 29fn f q1 i k Owing to the downpour of rain last Monday night thlldate for tho annual celebration jjfjsthe Catholic ForltaineFerryJuly 29 Manager Bllger and Chair man Oscar Maler wftltheni present all the features previously arranged for and will add a number of entirely new attractions Tho postponement will give the CathoiciCnlghts of the Falls Cities opportunity arouse a greater Interest for this occasion When it is hoped to record the sea sonss biggest crowd jit Fontaine Ferry Park The tickets and coupons that have been Issued will be good for the 29thB1ITISI ERS tft Humiliated bJrtWretch54 ed ShovlngrtjfI Their Athletes rI The wretched showing made by British athletes tiAmhe Olympian games has causedWtnse bltte and humiliation in Jjflglahd At the beginning the tBrillBh corre spondents at Stockholm sought to explain away the detectsiof their j men by Insinuating sIno cases or openly charging In etlMrs unfairness against the jjiutk aidsharp practice against the engtir rs It Is a bitter conte nthf l Great Britain the origin lei f of mod ern athletics shoul iav ifoitiumbly J sit at the feet of JIM Sullivan and Mike Murphy and beiinfo learn the Ii rudiments of tralti11but ItRrepre sents in summ atYkpt the conclusion j reached gBeach j Thomas exPresldentlof the Oxford I University Athletio ubrin a twoJJ column special art lto the Dally t Mail written att1s visit toII Stockholm fc iJ The pride of rrfftEr1s11hman 1 he says la dally lnthat 1P + concourse of nat tie- by what he see aQd Ttflll be prog dal 1 II ENTHUSED j i Mackin Council Preparing forTwo Important vents Mackin Council members were en thused Monday night when evIFather Martin Wettekamp addressed the meeting urging the members toII take every possible Interest in thefCatholic Federation convention and make a splendid showing In themgreat parade rHealso spoke on other matters and gave the young men some excellent advice Attentiona also called to the 11beingCatholics of the city when the Y Mg I Grand Council meets in Owensboro the first week in August Arrange ments have been made for a special train over the Henderson Route to the crowd that will tlaccompany tl1herather important as delayed businessa will be transacted and the convention programme announced I RECENT DEATHS jItJ The funeral of Martin Graham son of Mrs Margaret Graham 2115 Griffiths avenue was held Tuesday morning from St Cecilias church The deceased was thirtyone years of jit and his death followed long rlUlnessmother he leaves a brother and segerall sisters IISI Friends and relatives were deeply grieved last Saturday when they learned that death had claimed Virginia bo the Infant daughter of Assistc ant Fire Chief Michael Cassln The j child had been ill for several days suffering from spasms yllchSI baffled all that love and skill could tlderlypteryI The funeral of Mrs Margaret Cas sell beloved wife of Jacob Cassell 623 North Twentyfirst street was held from St Cecilias church Wednesday morning Mrs Cassell had been ill for several weeks from I a complication ol diseases and Iebut1 reaved husband shE leaves an Infant son t g Following an illness with which nightKatherineold daughter of Henry J Gahafer fife expired Monday morning at the tam neartlI playing about her borne Aundayl- afternoon and evening in the best of 1In baalth and her death was an awful shook to itae parents and relatlj08 Her funeral was held Wednesday theb Interment being la ftt Louis cease J rrf W 2- REASONS Why the Catholic Church Ser vices Are Conducted In Latin Fathorl3amplioldifolntesArgutirentwfth Catholic Unchanging Sacrifice IH Cans e and Guide ot Catholic Devotion- S THE CHRISTIANITY OF CHRIST Nothing puzzles some nonCath olics so much in reference to matters Catholic as the fact that our church services should be rendered hatlnFathere Oratory deals with the matter iIn one of the Catholic Truth publics tions and tells of his argument withl an amiable if heavY leaded non Catholic on this particular subject The Protestant complained that theI choir sang in Latin the priest sang in Latin and spoke lowr as if he didI not want anyone to hear him when he prayed Father Bampfleld had a hard task to point out that despite the Latin the less educated of the Catholic congregations Understood the mass far better than the Prot WanJs understood their English j prayers The nonCatholic admitted willingly u + he Catholic church I seemed to welconic and attract the poor v I FatfmDampfielde I I mass being recited or sung in Eng fish and in the second place there was much use in it being sung iin j Latin In celebrating the mass the priest Is not only praying he Is doI I ing a work which Is greater han prayer and the people join him In I the work he is1 doing The one great act the priest performs is aII sacrifice as ordained by God for nowhere Is it read that he ordered tho people to use personally any particular form of prayers each man said his own according to his heanL his grief his joy or his reP I feedIittThey therefore joined with the priest in his act but did not join with him in any public prayer said relating to that act It consequently matters not what the language be theIaltar what the people join in is the great act of worship not any form of prayerThe persisted in his inquiries and asked why Latin should be the tongue actually used was told that in prayer the words and feeling or sentiment are all but in sacrifice the thing done counts or most the words sold being of secondary importance The sacrifice ust be the same for all the prayer may be different for each ac cording to his disposition Catholics re not poor in prayers in the Eng tongue a fact that fIs shown by another fact namely that all the parts of the Protestant common prayer bopk are bodily taken from Catholic sources and much altered Unlike the Protestant church services moreover of which larger part changes day by day Catholic sacrifice does not change It is the same day by day nd only the gospel of the day varies The same unchanging sacrifice is the cause and guide of the intensity of Catholic devotion and he liberty given the Catholic to pray during the sacrifice as ho wishes makes the same worship ever new Since the universality of the church is one of her characteristics is only fitting that the devotions in the course of the act of- acrifice should be universal and everywhere in one and the asontions under heaven in one monas- terY or In one church can not only present at the same sacrifice be iIt Is an act in which they aJl join but can join In the same psalms and the same prayers In the yery tongue to which they were used each in his own land Clearly Is good for bpth layman and The priest who Is ordered to China at a moments notice can say his mass just as quietly when he arrives there It would puzzle a nonCatholic clergyman however to read his prayers In another but his native tongue To this the nonCatholic assented There is a greater reason however as Father Bampfield insisted Christianity he told the nonCath olic is no longer Christianity It it be changed Christianity added to or thtChrlstlanltyotthe truth is the great and the first ofQhristtheCatholic fixed If dead language suits best the purpose of the church the meaning of each word Is established and can not alter What Cicero meant when first he spoke the words the Senate at Rome what St Jerome and St Augustine meant tfaat same is meant today and will meant wharf the world ends What an Englishspeaking Catholic bans by the Latin word that the i n- L Frenchman means and also the Italian the Austrian the Hindoo and Jap who are acquainted with Latin All who know living lan guages are aware how the meanings of words vary in different ages InI Chaucer for example It Is very hard to follow the language without notes and the French of Rabelais is very far from the French of Chateaubriand IBy the use of Latin I I a fixed and settled language the doctrine of the church is embalmed in one unchanging tongue as un changeable as the doctrine Hence no wrong Idea can be brought by the I growth of the language Into the first Christianity taught and In this we have another reason why Latin IsI best Latin was the language of Europe and because Europe line spread Itself by its peoples throughout the world Latin is the best of the worldwide tongues that have died DAY SET For Cornerstone Laying of St Brlgids New Church Sunday July 28 will be a mem orable day for the Catholics of1 the t Highlands for on the evening of that day the Right Rev Bishop ODonag i hue will lay the cornerstone of the snow St Brlgids church being erect ed by the Rev Father Herman W Jansen The ceremony will take place at 530 oclock in the evening Rev Father Schuhmann D D preaching the sermon Besides the local clergy there will be present priests from all parts of the diocese I ThIs Is the fourth church erected by Father Jansen and the new St jBriglds will be one of the finest In this part of the country will stand as a monument to him and his flock The design of St Brlgids is a combination of French and Italian Renaissance by Architect C A Curtin The building will be of vhlte brick with white stone and de antique marble The outer IdlnTSKjjkjns are 70x140 feet The bell tov sr will be placed on the rear lot the building the boys sacristy and priests sacristy being placed on either side of tiisanctuary In the basement there will be an assembly room 31x85 feet and when com pleted the church will be perfect in every detail Father Jansen is in deed a church builder and In Paducah they tell the story that she 1nominations1 pro eeded to show them 7cvJ 11 rid be rected INIA Hibernians to Soon Confer Degrees on Large Class Despite the downpour of rain and the absence of a number at the Chicago convention Division 3 A O H held a well attended meeting Monday night those present receiv- Ing the praise of President Hourigan and the officers for their spirit and Interest in the division One appli cation was received and with others will be reported at the next meeting Vice President Maloney announced that arrangements were be- Ing completed for an Initiation in the near future when the large I class now awaiting would receive the three degrees of the order Secretary I Stevens read a communica tion from Barney Egan who has I been spending several months in Ireland that set forth conditions In It the Green Isle and contained much I Interesting Information Attorney I Lawrence Mackey reported the pro ceedings of the Catholic Federation I and Secretary John Hession stated that the Ancient Order would have 1 a beautiful float and that every Hibernian in the Falls Cities would be expected to march behind the Hiber nian banner in the great parade on August 18 After the routine business had been cared for questions pertaining to the future of Division 3 and thee order were earnestly discussed by Tom Quinn Philip Cavan augh John Maloney Martin Sheej han William Lawler and other- sYINCENTIANS i f J General Communion at St J Martins Sunday Morning Tomorrow morning members of the Louisville conferences of aUII St Vincent de Paul oclety will at j i tend the mass at St Martins church at 7300 oclock and make their genII VincentiansIas j I representative and practical ofII Being the first visitation the Via 1 1 Gentians have made to St Martins its to be hoped all the members will t IoclockIID be held in the hall of the Columbus 816 Fourth KnlghtsbflIf will also be another large I and will be made interesting by the c theyCathedral Y clergy IRISH CAN BOAST It Is Interesting to know that tbetI FoodrowWUhalls middle name Is Riley which suggests that be Is of IrVh extrac c tips It- f tl I PREPARATIONSFor Continue With Una Ibated Interest Music Lovers Feature Will Be the IGrantl Choral Concert At Armory Iarade Will Bo Grandest Pageant Ever Witnessed In the Southland SOUVENIR BOOK IN PRESS Preparations for the eleventh an nual convention ot the American Federation of Catholic Societies con tinued during the week with una bated interest notwithstanding the Intensely hot weather The ardor of the officers and committeemen In charge was If anything increased succeedingdayeration of Catholic Societies re newed hope that the convention will be as largely attended as at first anticipated and even more so Re parIshes s though all of the congregations have not yet reported sufficient official Information has been received to In SundayAugust cityAnotherlovers will rejoice to hear of is the choral concert which is to be given at the Armory on Monday night fol lowing the opening of the convention In this concert 500 trained everyCathotlc r and contributing voices and many outside singers have volunteered their services The singers are now being rehearsed under the direction of Prof Anthony Molengraft and rehearsals are being held every Fri day night at St Boniface school hall At the last rehearsal about 200 voices participated It is requested that members of Catholic choirs and gathers attend the next rehearsal and succeeding ones This concert is a grand musical event combinathat penses o t e confer t Ofl Ithas been decided that holders of these books will be allowed two reserved seats at the Armory massmeetings and at the choral concert for each book held While the sale of combination books has been large it Is believed this favor ttill increase the sale of these books Those who purchase them will also be entitled to a chance in the prizes The following congregations have reported the complement of per sons and floats they will have in the parade St Martins float and 300 to 500 men Holy Trinity float 100 men St Aloysius float and fifty men St Anns float three car riages 100 men St Brigids float fifty boys St Vincent de Paul float 125 men two carriages twelve horsemen St Boniface float 300 men St Johns float 150 c men school children in vehicles St Joseph float and will report number of men at next meeting yfivett float band St Cecilia float 200 men school children in fourteen pr sixteen wagons St Charles iBor romeo float will report number of men later St Helens 100 men on horseback St Augustines 100 men brass band St Francis of Rome 100 men several carriages St Louis Bertrand float 500 men from Holy Name Society St Michaels float and carriages Pre sentation Academy float St Elizabeth floatr will report number of men at later date St Francis of sixty men on horseback Holy Cross two floats four chariots pony carts seventyfive men The organizations will have the following y1f I float 500 men Columbia Athletic Club float 100 men Order of Foresters float twenty horses 100 men drum corps Ancient Order of Hibernians float or band Ladles Auxiliary of Ancient Order of Hibernians float and carriages bandihhl rt Catholic Knights of America float Everything indicates that the parade will be a grand event the like of which was never befoer peon in Louisville There is great Interest in the parade although it Is but one of the subordinate features t the great convention Jt line been sug gested that it snot yet too late for the congregations who have not yet to have representation in theorate to make such arrange oats aslho expense is small The souvenir book the matter for which was prepared by Mr Edward Fitzpatrick has gone to press and will be ready for distribution by JulY Uiat the latest Thorp is much In r erest in this publication and those who have seen the proof sheets of the historic and other sketches writ bookwill r worthy of preservation in any nIRELANDS DECREASE The population of Ireland hif da 1Utefl ff- n f- n fr I F r KENTUOKYXtSH AMPiRY0A fiMR16fINtftirtried to the Social ad Moral MrMcemeneBt Irish Americans and Ciibollc Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ot Hibernian Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorportled Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5 r BaUrtd N till LtalirllU PotteHIca atoedClue flitter MirtMallCoBBBiUatUM to till KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN JIJ2I West Ortta St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 20 1912 1 TIlE RED MENACE Replying to Tom Watson and others C A Windle nonCatholic and editor of Branns Iconoclast thus disposes of tho slanderous L charge that the Catholic church iIs the greatest menace to American liberty and institutionsr 4 Rev Teddy C Walker of Aurora Mo edits a dirty little rag which he calls The Menace The brat was r sired by Tom Watson and damned by Dame Bigotry The sheet Is all that its name Implies It is a men ace to decencya menace to peace and ordera menage to true Ameri canisma menace to the spirit of fraternity It breeds bitterness and strife between neighbors and con verts lifelong friends Into enemies Its columns reek with slander Every page Is a seething cesspool in which writhe and wriggle hellborn lies Some of these hissing serpents of hate are hoary with age while a few appear to have Just crawled out of the slimy brain of Rev Teddy rc Walker Some men are born ahead of their time but Walker Is about 400 years behind his proper schedule He is as much out of place In this electric age of univer dal tolerance fraternity equality and liberty as a reap hook would be in a Dakota wheat field or a flintlock on a modern battleship- He insists that Catholics of 1912 shall be held responsible for the acts of their ancestors in the Dark Ages If it is fair to hold twentieth century Catholics responsible for the reign of Queen Mary It would be equally Just to hold mgdern Prot estants responsible for the crimes of Henry VIII and condemn all Pres byterians as Inhuman monsters because Calvin burned Servetus at the stake The Catholic church of today Is like all other churi0 made up from the living generate None of them can be Justly ch with the errors or credited TO virtue of past generations a find his ancestors glad in the skins of wild beasts the blood of their enemies dripping from their chops their priests sacrificing little children upon the altars of Imaginary gods Yet it would hardly be far to Walker to say that he would cause his own children to perish In Molochs arms of flame or glory In watching Druid priests pile them like altarsrthough he Is so uncivilized that ho would gladly rob others of their civil personal and religious liberty Catholics would no more think of turning backward the dial of Prog ress than Protestants The era of persecution can not be recalled any moro than you could restore the stone age and compel people who u live In modern homes to take up their habitation In dank caves Tom Watson and Rev Walker are t trying to form what they call the i Protestant League They are go ing Into politics for the purpose of l saving the Republic They fear a massacre of Protestants by Catholics If they ever get a square look at themselves In the mirror they will see the Joke which makes me laugh Among other things the purpose of their Protestant League is to abolish the monasteries and nun neries suppress the Sisters of Charity and prohibit the operation of r parochial schools They have un dertaken a tremendous task In the first place they must change the organic law ot the land which declares that Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free j exercise thereof In the next place It will bo necessary to convince the people that the association of the Sisters ot charity Is an evil thing that It is monstrous to care for the wok lift the fallen administer to the sick and wounded or comfort the dying After that It must be shown that parents have no right to send their children to the schools of their choice Jn other words they must assassinate Liberty In cold blood and upon the ruins of her sacred temple establish the throne of despotism The population of the United States iIs composed of abolt 30000000 Catholic and Protestant church members and 70000000 people who belong to no church The great mass of nonchurch members believe In fair play in religious liberty They would oppose the efforts of any Protestant Catholic League- D to change the fundamental l Wot the Republic to M to rob may citizen of hJ r Htfo s rights Watson and mikw we wfU c their Urns isii- U 11 n forming a Protestant League Not one Protestant in a hundred can be Induced to Join it The spirit o t Progress has liberalized the adher ents of all religions The doctrine o equal liberty like an army with ban ners is driving the cohorts of bigotry y from the earth A creed depending upon despotism for advancement can not travel far in this age A religion which cannot lock arms with Liberty and march toward the rising sun is bound to perish from the earth From a prelate residing at the iI Vatican and who sees Pope Plus X I thereIwas no foundation for the many contradictory reports concerning the health of the Holy Father Like others the Pope suffers from the heat but still takes his daily walks in the Vatican gardens The only requirement of the Popes physicians is that he shall take a day of rest occaslonably Always in front rank where flies the Stars and Stripes tho Irish Americans wore much In evidence in the Olympic games at Stockholm and contributed largely to the gloriou victory credited tho United States Ii the track and field events the United States scored as many points as did the eleven other competing nations That the marriage laws nee amendment was again made aptent Saturday when the Jet a Circuit Court granted twcy dl vorces Under the preserjf statuter homes and families ire disrupted upon the most flJttfsy pretexts Dr Swallow does not make the Prohibition party The Atlantl o City convention again sat down OT him after a long wrangle over hi resolution striking at Christian edu ward J A ws iuoic win a oitfernatorial chajr at eavlng everyone convinced that he should be the nex t Governor of Kentucky The United States having supplied the capital and built the Panam canal should have control thereo t and favor American vessels SPRING BANK LAWN FETE Great promises of a successful 1 lawn fete and outing are expected tio be realized by the Catholic Woman Club when they give their benefi- lawn fete card party and supper a Spring Bank on Wednesday July 31 The committees in charge will leave nothing undone to provide a good time for everybody and it I earnestly hoped there will be a large crowd present John Graves Jiicol Hubbuch and Al Smith will be the managers with Mrs John Busche meyer as General Chairman Ainoiiig the ladles heading the various committees are Hisses Kate ColUna Maggie Wallace Jennie Kirkup Blanche Gordon and Mesdames B J Janslrig Charles Smith J P Dant Minnie Bosche James Tighe Charles F Taylor Dave Welsh John Graves r Dan Murphy and John Beck Jack Shelley will preside over the softt drink departmentANNIVERSARY Last Sunday at St Patricks church Thirteenth and Market streets a large congregation assem bled to participate in the religious celebration of the second anniversary of the ordination to the priesthoodI of Rev Patrick Monaghan Secretary to the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Father Monaghan sang the high mass assisted by Father McAleer as deacon and Father Melody as sub deacon Rev James Po Cronin V G pastor qfSt iPatricks preached the10 sermon pronounced by those who heard it one of his best efforts Fol lowing the church services Father Monaghan and the officiating clergy were the guests of Father Cronin IMPROVING Mrs Anna Spalding of Little I Rock who has been quite 111 since the Fourth of July Is reported Im proving now and there is confident I reIcoveredenergetic manager of the Little Rock Southern Guardian and Is well known throughout Kentucky where she formerly resided ABLE TO WALK Rev Father Charles p Raffo pastor of the new St Charles Bor I romeo church Is recovering from l the effects 61 a sprained ankle and Is again able to walk The accident happened to Father Raffo last week t In Bowling Green where bewail HayesFatheryearn of pntirlin work and that he wouldbeU regrett9 r SOGIETY lJI Mrs James Purcell spent last week visiting relatives at Maysvllle haveI returned from a visit to friends at SpringfieldMiss Shea had as her week end guests Misses Louisa and Eu genia Stehlin Mrs John Stoorr had as her guest the past week Mrs J B Dawson of Lebanon Junction Miss Luella Nally has been the guest of Misses Agnes and Katherine Moran at Deerwood Miss Alma Lynch has been spend ing a week at Irvington the guest HeronfMiss Annabel Murray of Clifton and her cousin Miss Agnes Byrne PHIL J SANDMANN Now President of Trinity Council I mor- a have gone to Ohio to spend tho 8um Miss Margaret Elgelbacb of Deer Park heft Yesterday for a visit to CovingtontV fr Mrs James Wathen and Mrs Hamilton Somes have been spending a few days In Cincinnati j Miss Maria Merrlmeo has been entertaining at her home in Clifton Mrs Parker of Corbin Mrs James F Gibbons was this week the guest of her sister Mrs John T Waters at Frankfort 11s 11lIss Katherine Brennan visited Frankfort last week and was a gues I at the t h lamb I C f i left Monday for Lexington to be t1i l guest of her cousin Miss Paulin Burns I IJohn Tully and children Helen have returned home after 1an extended visit to New York and j Niagara Falls Tom Connell and wife and little son were among those from Louis vine sojourning at French Lick Springs this week Mrs Margaret Kelly of Oakdale returned Saturday from a visit to her sister Mrs T Naughton on the piketI II IJudge and Mrs Samuel Boldrick and daughters Misses Mary and Elizabeth left this week to spends a month at Estlll Springs 31 I Mr and Mrs James Tighe and daughter Miss Loretta spent part IIof last week at St Catherines the guests of Mother Aquinas I I Misses Mary McCann and May j weeksjf the former at Athertonville Among the sojourners at West Baden Springs during the past week were Dennis J Lincoln Larry Laffan Will Horan and Arthur Gatto Mr and Mrs Charles Fitzgerald and daughter of New Albany have gone to Michigan and will spend the summer at the Northern resortsI j1Misses Sue Connaughton and Mat ViSitIlingI I Miss Florence OConnor prom inent in the leading society circles of Indianapolis arrived here last week and has been with her cousin Miss Ruth O onnorII Ij Miss Hattie Higgins has returned from Chicago where she enjoyed a pleasant vacation as the guest ot Dr and Mrs Johnson former residents of LouisvUleII The engagement of Miss Margaret Flynn and Lawrence Williams has Just been announced the marriage to take place the latter part of next month at Holy Cross churchII 1Zlllss Lula Crush who has been visiting her sister Mrs John Spald ing at Indianapolis received much attention and was honor guest at a number Mrs of soctaLfunctionsI I daughters of Chicago Mrs William Kress and daughters Katherine and Carry of the East End spent last week with Mrs H Morat In Oakdale Misses Lilly and Norma Kelran swill leave next week for a week with their aunt Mrs Mary Kelran Boyle at Worcester Mass and then visit Boston Hartford and New York City II bills Mary Elizabeth Kewwlrln who Kai bMfto attending Sauce n I I I I 1 Heart Academy is spending her va cation as the guest of her aunt Mrs James B Curran 321 North Twenty fifth street Mrs Mary Daily is spehding her vacation in Lexington the guest of I herIlittleegirl grandchild last Sunday Mrs Mary Clines West Breckin ridge street left Wednesday for Carterville Ill where she will visit I her brother Patrick Manning She was accompanied by her daughter Miss Mary Clines who will spend her vacation in Illinois I I Miss Corynne Mazzoni entertained Tuesday evening In honor of Miss Gertrude Cowan of Hamilton Ohio the guest of Miss Jeanette Dannen hold and for Miss Florence OCon nor of Indianapolis the guest of Miss Ruth OConnor IIMrII and Mrs IP H Callahan and daughter Miss Eda have gone to Atlantic City for a stay of two weeks From there they will go to Colorado Springs to attend the na tional meeting of the Knights of Columbus and spend the remainder of the summer in the West I Henry W Imorde 4819 South Third street has been kept busy this week receiving congratulations over the arrival of a young son Henry says tho new arrival is the finest boy in South Louisville and has been doing the honors in a manner that i brings all to his way of thinking The marriage of Miss Marguerite K Duffy and Henry F Mulleady for merly of this city was solemnized Wednesday at the Sacred Heart church In Trenton N J They im trIptoMr and Mrs Thomas Welsh 1508 Christy avenue r ghterAngelaentertained with atard party Tues day afternoon Those present were Mesdames Louis Pitt Mamie Wolf Marie Merrimee J J Maloney Will i lam Saunders J H Mulhall W T Meehan Charles Oreckel and JFlynn Misses May Breckel Rose Pitt Hallle Lilly Josephine Bruer of Fairfield Anna Sund Minnie Rol wage iBessie Hannon Mary and Angela Flynn I MOONLIGHT EXCURSION The moonlight excursion to be given by the Catholic Order of For esters next Monday evening on the steamer Corona promises to be ono of the most enj gable events of the season Shllll gs orchestra will render a repert Ire of eighteen pop ular airs for th dancing while a vaudeville trou e consisting ot the seven Cooper b others will provide entertainment 01 the upper deck musicalttrim desire an mple supply of re nts aiLl be provided The are in charge of Refrespetgryaloxtngei Leahy orderL OConnor I HENDERSON The Church of the Holy Name at Henderson was the scene of a prettily appointed wedding Tuesday morning when Miss Lillian Mae Haley daughter of Mr and Mrs E J Haley became the bride of William T Crowe The ceremony was performed by Rev Father Edward Lynch the celebrant of the nuptial high mass and was attended by a largo gathering of relatives and im mediate friends Following a sumptuous wedding feast and reception the happy couple left on their honeymoon trip followed by tho best wishes of a lesion of friends II The groom Is connected with the Delker Buggy Company and is one of the prominent men of the city ROUTINE MEETING IIThoughI there was a good attend ance at the meeting Tuesday night of Division 1 A O H only routine business was transacted This was due to the absence of President Cusick and others who were attend- Ing the national convention at Chi cago Councilman Charles Finegan presided and announced two additional applications for membership Those present expressed themselves In favor of the Federation parade and hope a good showing will be made At the next meeting the delegates to Chicago will give a detailedI account of the convention proceed IngsIDOMINICANS ON VAOATIONIi I Very Rev Thomas S McGovern t prior of St Louis Bertrands church Is expected home tomorrow after a vacation In New York City Rev Father J R Clark former prior now located at Somerset Ohio has been here this past week at the Dominican Convent also Rev C F Christmas who for the past two years has been stationed In New York City LEAVES FOR ITALY Rev Father John Gastaldl pastor of St Clares church at Colesburg and a priest popular throughout Kentucky left Tuesday to spend several months at his boyhood homo In Sunny Italy Father Gastaldi will visit Rome and the Holy Father and tho principal European points of interest before returning in the fall LAID TO REST Holy Trinity church was thronged Tuesday morning when the last sol emn rites were held over the remainsI of Bernard I Lammers who Saturday evening from injuries suffered J in the afternoon Mr Lammers resided at Barret aid Bates avenues in a house which had been his home for fifty years and keltill cultivated his land and was harvesting hay While crossing the toed qi a ereek the front wheels of his wajon struck a rock ind he fell to the ground toe front J rMOONLIGHT EXCURSION- BY CENTRAL CHAPTER CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS- ON TOE NEW CORONA Monday Evening July 22 1912 TICKETS 25 CENTS Mule Dancing and Refreshments Boat Ileaves ht and River at 8 p m FERRYThe XTRAGOODVAUDEVILLE Daily Matluees including Sun day all seats lOc Night lOc and 20c Free Concerts By Natlellos Band MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS THE BIO PA- RKRIVERVIEW The Show Place of the South Open Day and Evening- With a variety of amusement affording a huge treat to the thousands of men women and children of Louisville Free daily concerts by Don PhilipplnlI and his band of thirtyfive SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 150 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of CincinnatiO- ne of the above steamers leaves the Wbarfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a m goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY50c Giias t fit Rooers BOOK GOu PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIE- SII l I suit every taste Give us a j I call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of I thrir kind in the city Gnus kjagazlnes and Religious Articles j DMICRIFTION 434ea era Views of IrelandI Genuine Photographs 6x8 inches Make beautiful pic tures when framed Price 15c each two for 25c M CRREEDON 4543 Cottage Grove Ave- Chicago Ill I All the late and new Styles and Shapes pricespall A Scapular Medal Free Scapular medals have been authorized by the church to be worn instead of scapulars We will send you one free It you subscribe for the Child Apostle a sixteen page chil drens monthly costing only twenty five cents yearly It is edited by a priest especially for little ones and tilled with instructions short stories and pictures Stamps will do Ad dress The Child Apostle 1133 Mc Cormick building Chicago 111 wheels passing over his chest crush ing him Despite his injury Mr Lammers arose and walked to the house His nephew Dr B J Lam mers was called but Air Lammers died In three hours Mr Lammers I was born In Germany September 16 aththewith his parents in Louisville Fifty I years ago he removed to the farmtfar from t then removed and spent all his days there He Is survived by his widow who for merly was Miss Anne Pohlman five I sons Frank Lamraors of the Louisville police force Henry George Albert and Herman Lammers three daughters Mrs Theodore Schneider Mrs Martin Sergesketter and Miss Mary Lammers thirtytwo grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren IiAOlONG IN TUrnER Only about 1 per cent of the rea of Ireland contains marketable timber O Y M N U Plans for the annual convention of the Catholic Young Mens National Union which is to be held In Buffalo next September are nearing completion The convention will pen on Sunday September d which will be the big day of the gathering l Pontifical mM will be celebrated I j t I L RETAIL GROCERSA- LLDAY OUTING Fontaine Ferry Park Thursday July 25 1912 SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE IN THEATER FREE CONCERT IN PARK The Greatest Country Store on Earth Nothing Over Ten Cents Get a Barrel of Sugar or Load of Coal for lOc Come early and bring your lunch Free tables and accommodation at the pa- rkMOONLIGHT RIDE ON THE OHIO WITH THE Hibernian Social ClubON THE BEAUTIFUL STEAMER CORONA I MONDAY NIGHT JULY 29 1912 Uoat leaves foot of First street at 830 p m ant Jeffersonville at 8f45 Tickets 25 Cents All Rights Reserved GREATEST SALE OF Mens and Young Mens Suits IN THE CITY 3500 3000 2800 VALUES 2500 2250 2000 VALUES 1800 1500 1250 VALUES I 1950 1450 950 CLEARANCE SALE OF FINE TROUSERS Cunning Lewis Brotzge Northwest Corner Third and Jefferson Sts TX0 ACADEMYFOUNDED IN 1812 LORETTO MARION CO KENTUCKY Conducted by the Sisters of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross Charming location healthful environment A high standard maintained for one hundred years in culture education and discipline Special attention to music art languages and to the details of a refined education for girls Address DIRECTRESS OF ACADEMY Nerinx PO Ky ST BENEDICTS COLLEGE ATOHISOKT KANSAS The Leading Catholic Educational Institution ConductedbyCoursesPreparatory Academic Collegiate and Business Buildings fireproof and modern campus extensive Location unsurpassed in point of health Students limited Termsr 240 per year Write for catalog REV D LAVERY O S BM Director Academy of the Sacred Heart CRESCENT HILL LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY CONDUCTED BY THE URSULINE SISTERS This beautiful garden spot enriched by nature and embellished by man stands on an eminence overlooking the pike leading to Cherokee Park distant facultyIsElocutlon ClassicalConservatoriesSchool every opportunity is afforded The classes pursue a thorough course in paintIngOTHER DIRECTRESS PO St Matthews Ky Sacred Heart Academy TENT SEASON IS HERE Tents For Sale and For Rent Tents Especially Adapted For Canes Porpwe OUR PRICES ARE RIGHTS WE CAN SAVE YOU 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Xaverlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymna slum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era In Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND 1ihpLMf 141 1t1181XT119fAfET IJ Reffledyl IIs THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Eihalmr TELEPHONE 365 All nightcarriage 1225 W MARKET ST HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers IMP FB FIR yEKUiD- Taaie1182c u 0a BONZANO Apostolic Delegate Interviewed on Worlds Present Dny Conditions Love of Luxury Bad Books and Bad Newspapers Arc Faults Catholic Church Does Not Send Round Prolosslonal Revivalists WHY HE OPPOSSES SOCIALISM James 03 Morrow the well known newspaper writer had a long and Interesting interview with Arch bishop Bonzano the Apostolic Delegate at Washington whom he described as a spare refined man with brown hair and eyes and an ani mated and handsome face He may be forty years old but whatever his age he Is a seasoned missionary and priest and learned in the laws of his church No doubt he will be a Cardinal some time Even the Papacy may be within the possibilities of his career Leo XIII and pXJ1 ve shown great wisdom in sending thellJJrnts to the United States They have BbJeril traveled then of tile world and mff TCfeS spoke the language of the people When asked did he believe the world Is growing better or did he think It was growing worse the Apostolic Delegate replied That is a complicated subject If you urban materially my answer Is yes We are living better than at any time in history The poor are better fed clothed and housed Rela tively matching this age with those which are past there is great pros perity everywhere Railroads and telegraph and telephone wires make communication cheap and easy But If your Inquiry relates to spir ituality then I would hesitate to give you an answer We say the world is kinder than it used to be Furthermore it is more just and peaceful I thank God it Is so But we must not confuse external man with Internal man I have known pagans who were benevolent obliging and merciful Still that is not enough Our Saviour said Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart with all thy soul and with all thy mind I What are some of the faults of the twentieth century The love of luxury Is one of them Bad books and bad newspa pers Is another The press is a great uplifting force arid promotes hon anyiclaff 9nrtiehrs about crime Such articles are debasing to everyone and by what Is called the process of suggestion often lead the ignorant and the weak into wrong thinking and acting A good man by his ex ample sweetens life around him A bad man does harm to others by the manner of his conduct and conversa tion It Is exactly the same with i newspapers and books I believe In the freedom of the press but I also Ij believe in the moral accountability of writers and publishers I Do Catholic priests have the same difficulty In getting men to attend church that is experienced by Protestant ministers You are asking me some strange questions Archbishop IBonzano an swered with a smile and a shrug of his shoulders It Is the duty of all Catholics to be present at church they are so taught during childhood by their mothers and their priests We believe In shaping the minds of the young Train up a child In the way he should go Solomon wrote and when ho Is old he will not depart from it Our men for the most part attend church if they are not working You will see them any Sunday In any city or village going and coming At one church In New York as many as 5000 men all night workers go to mass at 2 oclock on Sunday morning I Why do you oppose Socialism Because It Is irreligious So cialists say they are attempting to establish a paradise on earth They are not interested in the life that Is to come Scoffing at things of the spirit they dwell wholly in the present They are antiChristian I and in Europe practice tho hideous doctrine of free love thus striking at the home and at the very founda tlon of civilization Socialism Is coarsely materialistic It destroys human character Catholicism protects tho home and upbuilds tho character Moreover Socialism at tacks property not alone tho mills f and factories of the rich but the cottages of the poor which were raised up by thrift industry and selfsacrifice Oh there are many reasons why the church is antagon istic to Socialism but I have men tioned those which are fundamental and stand out above the rest Are priests taught to be brave In the face of all kinds of physical danger I That Is another uncommon inquiry the Archbishop replied and yet I must say that it Is interesting Yes we are counseled to be brave Every student understands that his is to be a life of personal In himself he is nothing he is and all that he has sacrificeIIII with the resthe gives Domestic ties do not toI the earth He goes where he IB sent nor Is he permitted to leave his post If he is in a small village and I every one Is ill with smallpox he must remain and answer all calls to minister to the dying and io bury the dead He would he disgraced were he to run away as a soldier would be dishonored were to to slink off and hide behind a tree during an open baitleAt the fire In the Equitable Building oven In New York priests went amongt1lefalIlB- gaUstoulDtaSsterextreeuDctloB l 1 o Q J Nome Phone 6687 Cwnb Mien 667 HENRY fUCU- SFLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE POSTOFF1CE Greenho Ins Charles and Texas Streets JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL I WORK GUARANTEED CBTHOMPSON FLORISTISTONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephoned 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed WE FURNISH WALLPAPER AND HANG ISFOOT ROOM SlJBES- ARD CEILING FO- R35O GULLEY WALL PAPER STORE Seventh and Oak Sis Cumb S 2692A Nome 6225 HENRY HUNOLD DKAIJtR IN I Staple and Fancy Groceries 1 A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies i Specialty Home Phone 4330 9ft W WALNUT HOME PHONE 392 Fre e elnan- w Gate FINE WINES AND LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCO H W Cor 351h aid Madison Come and see the Ball Oam- eEverySundayHeffernans and Best Amateur teams in the city to several Injured men Priests were busy about their duties when the Titanic sank at sea The newspapers often refer to what they call the heroism of Catholic priests It be heroism to the world but not so with us In China we mayII lepers with our naked and thought nothing of It They were outcasts and had been desert ed by their relatives and friends And how grateful they were In their horrible suffering for a little human sympathy and the preparation we gave them for the grave Shall a man of God be afraid Then would his faith be weak indeed Does the Catholic church send professional revivalists around stir up and convert sinners toII Oh no no Educated and re fined men with special missions preach in many of our parishes once a year but their meetings are never sensational They are not rough spoken and are free from theatrical methods With us the houses of God are places of solemnity and wor ship 1 PLAY DON HODGES I The Doerhoefer e Heffernans will play the Don Hodges team at the formers grounds Thirtysixth and Walnut streets tomorrow afternoon j and the Don Hodges team will en deavor to break the winning streak of the D H club who have been winning over some of the best amateur teams around this locality this season last Sunday defeating the All Stars a semiprofessional aggregation I POLICE VACATIONS ii Major Patrick RIdge Night Chief of Police is expected home tomor row from Bedford Ind where he has been spending his vacation as the GeorgeCliffordcoll John D Carroll J p Connelly J J Lopping and George W Smith will now start on their ten days an nual vacation CARDINAL DESIGNATED i His Holiness has designated Car dinal Willem von Roseiim C SS R to preside over the Eucharistic Con gress to be held in Vienna Septem ber 1246 next with the title of Pontifical LegateII Pour boiling water on oranges and let them stand Int five minutes Then when you p them you will 4INtblewhltelining skin This enanlaa uto easily slice and chill tieW for breakfast J o KNIGHTS OP COLUBl Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Niagara Falls Ont has now a council The council at Albany Ore will Initiate a class of about thirtyfive July 28- The new building being erected by Calumet Council In Chicago will cost 7B000The Knights of Portland Ore now conduct a lunch room in their club building The Knights of Boulder Col held a special meeting for the Initiation of candidates Before leaving Decatur for Fort Wayne the Rev Father Flaherty was presented 50 by the Knights as a token of esteem Colorado Springs Knights have ar ranged an elaborate programme for the entertainment of the Supreme Cquucll next month Tomorrow a large class will be initiated at Columbus Ind Dr Thomas P Hart of the Catholic Telegraph will exemplify the second de greeA large number of visiting Knights are expected when Eliza bethtown Council gives its annual outing on August 6 at Cave Spring near that city A class offorty will receive the de grees at Couer dAlene Idaho on July 28 The Initiation will be directed by State Deputy Jess B Hawley son of Gov Hawley cejebtatetheopening session of the Supreme Council at Colorado Springs The sermon will be preached by the Most Rev John J Glennon Archbishop of St Louis During their stay In Colorado Springs delegates and visitors at tfiT4lJijg the Supreme Council will be shown I tos Peak Cripple Creek and Victor gd mining districts Crystal Park iuen Falls Cave of the Winds Gardeof the Gods North and South C gJenne Canons Palmer Lake and co itless other points of interest which 1n not be duplicated anywhere in the wSJ ld CATHEDRAL DEDICATION The Wichita Cathedral will be1 dedicated on Thursday September 19 when Cardinal Gibbons will officiate The Knights of Columbus have begun to arrange the secular part of the programme On Wednesday expectltowith an attraction as rare and un usual as the dedication of a Cathe dral and that Is a concert given by the Gregorian choirs of the Catholic congregations of St Louis This choir Is m 11 vLtt lights in line Tho Daugh ter 01 sabella an auxiliary to the Knights of Columbus will be a fac tor In entertaining the visiting womenTOTAL ABSTINENCE UNION The fortysecond annual conven tion of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America will be held at Notre Dame Ind beginning August Manyhighthe convention and at the mass opening the convention the Arch bishop of Dubuque Most Rev Jamen J Keane will preaph the sermon ANOTHER iRISn PROTEST A company with a guaranteed capital of 6500000 has been formed to con rJ1ct a railroad from Collooney Junction In Sligo to Del mullet in Mayo Besides construct- Ing the railroad the new company will also build harbor works at Belmullet which the projectors believe will make the latter port the finest In western Ireland PIPERS ARE COMING It is announced from Dublin that Richard Croker will send a party of six Irish pipers with their war pipes to the PanamaPacific Exposition at San Francisco ONE EVERY DAY Last year there were erected and dedicated to the worship of God In the United States 478 Catholic churches one church In every twentyfour hours FOR WOMANS EYE Black and white Chantllly Is a favorite trimming for the frock of soft satin chiffon and pompadour taffetasEmbroidered net and Oriental lace flouncings and bandings are lavishly used on Inexpensive frocks with effective results The Apache is a collar nothing more nor less than an adaptation of the Bryon collar cut wide in front land rolling sides and back One special feature of the present season Is certainly the sash It takes many forns and variations but the old conventional sash of two plain flowing ends is almost forgotten For quite young girls there are nar row holts of black patent kid having at back and front small Insets of suede In clam plaid designs and colors and buckles of the trunk type in gilt or German sliver A present mode that Is likely to In fluence the coming fashions is thq favor shown the quaint toile de Jouy patterns which this season insure been reproduced in taffeta in silk rnous eellne and in chiffons CHRISTIAN PATRIOTISM Edmund Burke that noble states man who stood as Americas staunch friend in Its early days asserted It is not enough that a statesman means well duty demands that that which Is right should not only be made known but be made prevalentthat what ls evil should not only be detected but be defeated aa un i fRANK FEHR INCTPPORATED BREWING CO 1 Brewers mgVILLEoux and Bottlers I SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET 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DISTRIBUTING Dept A 230 Pensacola Florida t o11A1PAWtlie- c 1irIx wiiwMg c c AJU KOLS345 Wikt Green Stmt WwI M m C1 U1 r n IIJ q ry HIBERNIANS I DOlngjltheNews Note The net gain of the order last year was 2450 Not one of the large members lp of Division 3 is on the sick list With the Ancient Order are now sixty fully equipped military corn panics The Kentucky State conventlo will be held In Louisville oepning on August 26 I The Jeffersonville Ladles Aux tliary sent a splendid delegation toIChicago this week Secretary McGlnnlss report show the Ancient Order now exists In fifty States of the Union State Vice President P J Kane of Paris was with the Kentuckian at the Chicago convention Hibernians of Kokomo are making extensive preparation for the Indiana State convention there August 6 State Treasurer Thomas Howard of Ashland was one of the movfn spirits in the Kentucky delegation at ChicagoFive thousand people many tram out of town attended the HibernIan field day exercises and outing at SyracuseSecretary McGtnnlss reports the order in excellent condition finan- ciallY its total assets aggregatln 2116869With qxpenses paid there wa In the hands of the National Treas urer the sum of 934615 when the national convention met Monday Former Councilman Lawronc Ford County President of Jefferson was one of the big men from 1vllle at the Chicago convention 4 will meet Monday nIght and be the first to receive report from the national convention A large attendance of members fs ea pectedDuring the past two yearg thed Ancient Order exponde jjjgi Fly halt a million dollars for sIck and death benefits and charily Not many se cietles can boastuch a record Though suss is already assures Tom Qulnryand his committee are working Hard to bring out a recor erowdfor the Hibernian Social Club JJKmlljjht excursion on Monday July 29- The CovIngton delegation to the national convention included Stat President George E Donnell County President M J Sheppard DI- vision President Thomas Conr Judge M T Shine P J Carrol Thomas Donnelly and Thomas Towers GROCERS Will Have Their Annua Celebration Next I On Thursday July 25 groceries of the city will be closed at noon In order to permit the grocers the clerks and families to attend the annual outing of the Retail Grocers Association of Louisville which will be given at Fontaine Ferry Park- As usual the feature of the picnic will be the country store wher the grocers will attempt to reduc the cost of high living for one day at least by selling everything iron watermelons to barrels of flour and loads of coal at ten cents A barre of sugar will be disposed of at ten cents and a nice refrigerator will be obtained at the same figure Thi year a wheel of fortune in charge of George H Young and Will P Mc Donogh will be one of the new features whereas Vitus Wellington iIs having a coffee wheel shipped on from New York to be used at thlB puling William J Imorde has been named General Cashier J F Storch 1Is Chairman of Committee on Country Store Tickets G A Brucker Chair man of Badge Committee President John Keller will have charge of the dancing pavilion Tickets are being distributed by Ell grocers and car be had free of charge CATHOLIC BASEBALL LEAGUE The results in the Catholic Base ball League last Sunday served to tighten up the race in that hustling league and from now on there will be lots of good natured rivalry for first division places in the pennant race Tomorrow the St Charles team the leaders will Journey to New Al bany and meet Holy Trinity accom panted by Lee Osterman and his band of rooters The heavy hitting St William team will meet St Martin at Spring Bank Manager Ed Wolfes St Louis Bertrand team and Man ager Tom Clines Holy Cross club will battle for supremacy at Shawnee improved8tAnthony at the same place Four teams are tied for third place and tomorrows results will cause quite a change in the standing which is as follows Won Lost Pet 3t Charles 10 2 S- 34StWllllam9 3 750 3t Louis Bertrrfnd 6 6 00 st Anthony 6 6 FCT Holy Cross 66 500 Holy Trinity 6 C 500 3t BrlKld 4 8 334 3t Martin 1 11 091 FONTAINE FERRY Originality will run a race with run in the attractions that will hold orth at Fontaine Ferry Park next week The vaudeville theater continues the magnet and here the heat Is forgotten Natlello and his men Till occupy the Ferry band shell for two free concerts daily one in the afternoon and the other in the even- Ing The people of Louisville have now come to realize that a few hours nptutat this popul rplace over IOBIOB the tired and dragged oat eelin from whisk all suffer during tor heated term fJ y U J J CUSGADt GIVES Green Trade Stamps With Family Orders For ICE CREAMPHONES 518 AND 584 Factory 309311 S Second Street FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 w MARKET ST M QNHMENTS Having purchased the entir stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to im prove their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a aUat our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Multiooir Monument CO SOC1ETYJ1RECMYv AIO H pn ISION i- Ue U at Falls1 City Hall an Fir and Th rd Tuesday President 1 irtln J Cuslck Vice Preside t ea J Plane oPrJ ompklni- r Financial SeCtatiry JosepaFa roll Financial Secretary JOB E Far roll 1S08 West Market Treasurer Thomas P Lawler SergeantatArma Louis Roller Sentinel Henry McDermott DIVISION 2 Ideets first and third Wednesday Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut street- sPresidentCon L Ford Vice Prcsldeat J 3 Sullivan TreasurerJames Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel i CKeefe Financial SecretaryJohn J Keaney 1607 Dumean- 11SergeantatArmsT Charle ObsLSentinelEdward Breanan DIVISION S Meets First and Third Mondays Ilaeteeath and Portland PresidentHugh Hourlgaa Vice President J M Maloney Recording SecretaryThos Stev one Financial SecretaryJohn G Hesslon 1710 Baird Treasurer rD J Dougherty SergaantatAras James Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyVice Recording SecretaryJohn J Bar ry Financial SecretaryThomas J Langan 807 West Oa- kTreasurerThomas Downoy SergeantatArms olin Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott Y 3WC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President A C Link Second Vice President William llhnFinancial Secretory Wm Link Recording Secretary Robert Os borne Correnpondlng Secretary George 1 Lautz Treasurer Robert T Burke Mar hal YitA Schul r Inside Seatlael Peter Andrlot- Outslda Seatlnel Joseph Higgins LAWN FESTIVAL- St Frances of Rome parish will give a two day lawn festival with uchre lotto and supper on the eautlful greuada adjoining the hunch at Payne rafad Cavewood next vedaMd y and Thursday Euchre and lotto will be played at a oclock In the afternoon and supper will be erved from 5te 8 In the evening Ample provlfilon ifor amusements and ofreahments have been made and a- god time generally Is promised Spe- cIal gamea for toe children have beea rraaged for both afternoons Tke dralMlea far ta r gates or supper rill be tweaty4l M4I- i 1 IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchange Fred C Maguire of Castleblayne was appointed engineer to the Mon aghan Asylum Rev M A Horgan of Sneem has been appointed to Abbeydorney iIn room of the late Father CrImmins J Kelly of Kilbeggan has been unanimously coopted as a membe of the Westmeath County Council Dr J M Warnock has been elect ed Medical Officer of the Newtowr ards Workhouse There were other candidates twoI Most Rev Dr Tohill opened anew Sacred Heart Hall in Belfast aB an adjunct to the Convent of the Sisters of Charity The news of the death of P 1 Soraghan M D of Belturbet which occurred at a private hospital 1In Dublin has caused deep regret Westport Board of uardlans at 11 recent meeting passed a resolutio of protest against the imposition of an extra police tax on the district At a meeting of the Mayo Count Council M J OBoyle Ballina was unanimously appointed Asslstan County Surveyor for Claremorrl UnionRev C Flynn has been unan Imously reelected Chairman of the SlIgo and Leitrlm Asylum Commit tee B Harte was appointed VIce ChairmanOut thirty applicants Charle Reilly Strabane was elected by the Gas Committee of the Newry Urba Council as manager of Jo NIifgas works The IjOtal Government Board has sTulctloned the appointment of Michael Keane as Secretary to the Slgo County Council in room of the late Eugene McHugh At the Longford Quarter Session Judge Curran congratulated theI grand Jury on the peaceful state of the county There were only thre trivial cases to go before them A recent meeting of the Limerlc Board of Guardians was adjourne as a mark of respect to the memor of Cornelius Keogh a member c f the Board for over thirty years The Right Rev Dean Kavanagl D D has informed the New Ross Technical Instruction Commute that he will give 25 toward prize for the most successful students At a recent meeting of the Kings County Council John Dooley of Birr was elected Chairman for the ensuing year and J P Goodbody of Clara was elected Vice Chairman On his way home to Tullihig from Btewartatown fair a farmer name Patrick MrGulnness aged seventy five was taken suddenly ill and expired on the roadside before assist ance could be procured- At a meeting of the Ennlskille Board of Guardians Dr Dowley was elected Medical Officer for the Lie beilaw Dispensary district At tbe same meeting Dr Hamilton wa- glccte4pffII- I eLto the wr tilt tovctI Much regret Is Tell By a Iarg circle of friends at the death of Di John Hill Mlltownmalbay DC ceased had held the Medical Officer ship of Miltown and Knockogormel Dispensary district for thirtyflv years The Carnegie Hero Trust Fun has sanctioned an award of 25 with a silver watch to John Devllr of Newry for rescuing an age woman named McQuaide froi drowning in the Newry canal last JanuaryAt place near Claudy Count Derry a portion of the ground abou eighteen feet in diameter has disap peared leaving a cavity of unknowi depth which has filled with water The occurrence has attracted consld erable local interest IX TWIN CITIES The Colonels meet the St Pau club again this afternoon and playai doubleheader and cross the river to morrow to play a fourgame series at Minneapolis who are making a desperate bid to overtake Columbus In the pennant race After the series with the Millers Manager Haydeni hopefuls will journey to IndIanapolis for five games which will go a lang way in settling the dispute for the despised cellar position then return ing home opening with Kansas City on Monday July 29 Although not wholly satisfied with the clubs showing on the road many of the fans believe that several of the games were lost through hard luck especiallY two at Kansas City when the Colonels lost in the last two Inn- Ings of play On paper the Colonels look as strong as any team in the league especially with Hayden back in the lineup and about the only lepartment needing to be strength mod is the catching staff which does not compare favorably with the other tube RIVERVIEW The sweltering weather of the past week drove the people to River view Park in large numbers where- In the cool river bank the heat is forgotten The breezes from the nobs in Indiana seem to carry a message of vitality and afford reo reshing relief A strong bid for the rowds which never get far enough way from the theatrical season to lose their interest in the drama will be made next week when the River few players will give high class performances every evening All the various park amusements are enjoy Inggood patronage while Don hllipplnl and his band continue to row in public favor- WE4CO1IElj AT NAZARETH Sister Martine and SIster Mary ilnus of St Vincents Infirmary at iltile Rock accompanied by Sister rromPine1Bli oIIstef1Naurtll o 5eDECORATEFOR Catholic Federation Convention RED WHITE AND BLUE BUNTING ALSO THE PAPAL COLORS 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