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TT- r jtv 1 KENTUCKYm IRISH AMERICAN II VOLUME XXIXNO iL LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS HIBERNIANS Hold Important Two Days Convention at tile GnU house This Week Movement Organized to Increase Strength In State of Kentucky r Splendid Selection of State Offl eerx For tho Coming Two XeursP- ROCEEDINGS OF AUXILIAR After leaving St Patricks churc Monday morning the delegates gathered at the Gait House where theI business sessions of the conventio were held and visiting lady and gen tlomen delegates were welcomed by County President Thomas Dolan Mrs J D Bennett State President of Ladles Auxiliary responding on behalf of the ladles After the ladies had departed for their convention hall the convention was called to order by State President George Donnelly of Covlngton who appointed the following Committee on Credentials William J Connelly Thomas Howard Sr Thomas Dolan and Philip Donnelly The convention then adjourned for lunch during which Interim a group picture of the delegates was taken by the Associated Photo Company On convening In the afternoon President Donnelly announced the appointment of the following com mitteesFinanceThomas J Langan J O Lowther John G Hession John T Keaney and Thomas Lawler Constitution and ByLaws Phil Donnelly L J Mackey Thomas Walsh E J Keiran and Thomas Downey Official Reports Thomas How ard Sr Joseph Conroy C J Ford Thomas Lynch James Moore Rules and Grievances James Brennan S J McElliott C J Ford Joseph Broderick and John G Hes sion Military Insurance and the La dies AuxiliaryM J Cusick M J Ryan Thomas Walsh A J Toner Resolutions = Thomas + y Walsh r 4 slC T Sullivan and Charles J FlrieganT PressJohn J Barry A J Toner and John Mulligan Tuesday morning State Secretary W J Connellys report was read showing an increase in membership for the first time in the past several years and in supplementing his report Mr Connelly thanked the mem bers and officers for courtesies shown him during his two terms and stated that his work had been a source of pleasure and benefit State Treasurer Thomas Howard Jr reported on the State finances and his report was highly commented on for its efficiency and complete nessProf A C Collins Chairman Irish History filed his ofII showing that there had been an in crease of teaching of Irish history In the last two years Prof Collins report showed careful study and her was given a rising vote of thanks Judge M T Shine Past State President and a member of the A O H for fortytwo years addressed the convention and advocated the election of men who will strive earnestly to build the order up In the ensuing two years The Bylaws Committee filed their report and advocated the appoint c ment of a suspension committee InII the divisions their duty being to see delinquents and endeavor to retain them In the order TMs was suggested by President Do nelly in his report The committee also recommended that the exact date of the next State convention be left to the State Board Both of these were adoptedChairman James Brennan of the Grievance Committee reported that there was nothing for his committee to report M J Cusick Chairman of the Military Insurance and Ladles Auxiliary Commltte0 reported verbally that his committee advocated more caroperation with the Ladles Auxiliary in all its un dertakings Tho Press Committee Indorsed the movement for support of the Catholic press quoting our Holy Father Pope Plus X as a strong 4Uvocate of the same Chairman Thomas Walsh of the Resolutions Committee filed the report one of the principal sug gestions being that no State officer can succeed himself this being adopted after much discussion over the proper wording The committee also indorsed the Kentucky Irish American for its support of the or der Several of the suggestions made by President Donnelly in his report were discussed among them being organization of Catholic Boy Scouts the securing of an organizer more literary exercises at meetings all of these to be taken up by the new State Board At the afternoon session Tuesday the election of officers was made a special order of business and taken up at once President George Don nelly was nominated for reelection but declined to run as he was a firm believer In rotation for office Squire PT Sullivan was also urged to make the race by Thomas Howard who pledged him the support of the entire Ashland delegation b ttlae r Squire declined in favor of Patrick o J U J Welsh who was nominated b James Bronnan of Covlngton County President Thomas Dolai was nominated by Thomas J La- gan in one of the best nomlnatinf speeches over heard In a fraternalI convention In an exciting bu1 friendly election between the twc hustling Louisville Hibernians Mr Welsh won and before the vote Wllf announced Mr Dolan moved to mak tho election unanimous In respons to tho applause tho newly electe State President came forward and in an earnest and sincere talk promise his best endeavors In upbuilding the order but wanted the united support of every member in Kentucky as without the support of the rank and file the officer could do nothing Retiring State Treasurer Thomas How ard Jr was unanimously elects Vice President being quite a com pllment for the youngest member iof the State Board ever elected In Kentucky Mr Howards speech of acceptance was enthusiastically applauded James McBreen of Covr Ington was unanimously elected State Secretary and promises 1to make a worthy successor of William J Connelly who is without a peer In the State In a clerical role Mr McBreens demeanor in the conven tion Impressed the members and his selection was a popular one Phil Donnelly also of Covington was chosen State Treasurer without op position and when called upon responded in a ringing speech for harmony Thomas Tarpy the vet Bran Hibernian of Division 1 ad dressed the convention and urged the members to put their shoulder to the wheel In support of the best Catholic fraternal organization in the world CovIngton was chosen without a dissenting voice as the State convention site in 1914 Right Rev Bishop ODonRghud will continue as State Chaplain tithe great delight of the entire mem bershipThe Ladles Auxiliary also indulged in a two days session which was noted for Its harmony being a perfect love feast and reunion of the lady delegates Miss Mary Corcoran of the Finance Committee reported that in the past two years tho Ladles Auxiliary had paid out in sick and death benefits and charity donations the sum of 315660 which speaks for Itself and reflects great credit on the ladles Tho election of officers resulted as follows State PresidentMIss Fannie Kennedy of Louisville Statn Vice President Miss Nellie Schwartz of Paris State SecretaryMiss Lula Murphy of Covington State Treasurer Miss Sallie Moran of Newport Miss Kennedy the newly elected abldent okoIi most1nde l a1 ranks and richly deserved the hono of being chosen to lead for the next two years Her selection was popular with all sections of the Stat- eEIJCIIARISTIC Congress Began Its Labor Under Protection of Emperor Under the protection of Emperor Francis Joseph the twentythird Eucharistic Congress on Tuesday began Its labors In Vienna Austria which are to be continued until Sunday next Delegates and visitors numbering upward of 150000 and Including representatives from the United States South America and Canada and from all the countries of Europe gathered in the city which was decked with flags in honor of the great ecclesiastical assembly The Papal Legato to the Congress Cardinal Van Rossum arrived at the Austrian capital Tuesday from I Home After a short service at thuI CartIlnalthe Hofburg where he was receivedII by the Emperor and imperial family The serious bus1 ness of the Congress began with a festival assembly In St Stephens Wednesday morning when the I Papal brief was read Addresses then were delivered setting forth the principles of the Congress On Thursday there was a Pontifi cal high mass in the Cathedral and communIon masses in all the parIsh churches of the city Sectional quesIItlonsj progress of the church were held IIsomeI II Tho last and crowning function ofI 11morningI 11 sion will march from St Stephens I HOfIburgby of the great entrance gateway The Emperor and the members of the court will attend the service which will be conducted within the view of 507000 persons COUNTRY WEDDING Holy Trinity church at St Matthews was the scene of a pretty and interesting marriage Wednesday morning when Miss iFrances May McCarthy became the bride of Mara Ochsner Jr The altar and sanctuary were banked with flowers I and were brilliant with lights Rev I Father Joseph Neesen the pastor was celebrant of the nuptial mass and performed the marriage cere I poptar iI I and their friend thronged the I church Following the ceremony the happy pair were tendered aa reception I att the home of the grooms parents sI Mr and Mrs Martin Ocainer at the 1 BightMile JTouse where they will I wake their hone j C e t 1r CARDINAL r t WorklnEsmen in St Patricksa Cathedrals 1 NeII York City Was Represented I Consignor Lavelle Point Ollt Socialisms Weakness to Unionists I WITHOUT LABOR NO HAPPINESS Practically every labOr union in New York City was represented at the recent LaborSunday services in St Patricks Cathedral when that spacious edifice was crowded to the doors with men eager to hear Mon sIgnor Lavello the rector preach on the rights and duties of labeling folk Cardinal Farley was to have been present but owing to the state of his health and the In clemency of the weather he did not venture out of the archIepiscopal residence My first and most pleasing duty said Mgr Lavelle is to convey to you the cordial greeting of the Archbishop of New York His Eminence Cardinal Farley and In his name as well as that of the clergy to bid you a hundred thou sand welcomes to St Patricks Cathedral The Cardinal sends to each and every one of you his special benediction and he wishes for each of you health happiness peace progress prosperity and length of years Labor is the primal condition of honest noble human life There is no placo on earth for the drone or the Idler and there Is for him no way to prove his right to exist Labor is the measure of our lives Without labor there cs no happiness no health and no progress Labor drives away the shadows worries troubles and cares and blots them out from our view Labor Is the mother of every virtue and labor Is the cause of all the progress that has Jnade the nineteenth and twentieth lQtl1ht IatulUl raiTe s aiiff iWgrulirW and other great things and It Is labor that has buildod those new machines which are destined to make man the monarch of the air as he has been for ages of the land and sea It preaches the sweet gospel of Jesus Christ and makes us capable of realizing the blessed hope that ells to heaven Now aword or so as to the rights and duties of labor Naturally a force so vast so efficient so beneficent has very clear very Important and very cogent rights The first great right of labor is that it shall have Its reward Every man who works by tho sweat of his brow hast right of reward As to how much that reward shahbe Is the labor question We hear a great deal about the establishment of the minimum wage and it looks like something worthy of encouragement and establishment Every man who works is entitled to enough of re ward Jo guarantee his own 1fe in comfort decency and happiness Enough to marry and support his family in the same comfort decency and happiness to which he himself Is entitled and finally enough so as to sustain him when the day comes that he can labor no more Labor must pay in proportion to the talents and energies devoted to it for an equality of reward Is an absolute Impossibility If all the property In tho world was divided today among the children of men share and share alike tomorrow night would see some of them millionaires and oth ers beggars In the street Some think that capital is the enemy of labor Let us see What is capital Itt is mostly stored labpr Capital is necessary io progress and everyman or nearly every one Is a laborer some time and a capitalist at some other time You can not separate one from the other The next right of labor is the permanence of Its reward From the beginning the idea of government has been twofoldnamely to preserve and protect the lives and properties of men A great right that Is also labors is the right to organize for the protection and advancement off its interests and of its members Your organizations have Increased wages they have made shorter working hours they have emancI- pated women and child laborers and may God bless tho labor organIza- tions and give them strength and wisdom to carry on and perfect their work As to the duties of labor the first duty of labor to me seems tos be to keep within the law There Is no people on this earth who have more respect for the law of their land than have the Americans Labor should always keep within that lawii and it should always frown down violence in every form With the ballot you can accomplish anything that is right and just It may be slow but it will come as sure as to morrows sun will shine Again sJ labor should always be lust Every tI laboring man should be anxious to t2 give an honest days work Just as BUrtly as he himself expects just it wages and measures Use 11th8 if Influence you can but never resort 1 to coercion Arbitration to mejia I- 4aY I- w i great and good thhJg and I trust the I day Is not far distant when it will be the law of this land DEMOCRATS I Will Assemble inlLurge Number at Lexington Barbecue Ne f ThjirHdny I hJ Kentucky Colonels and loie Green Club tf Go in BodyJ On SJchrl t Hull Moose Pn ty Only 1h hg Kept Alive li nluHterlng oMloo tevcltr r K DONT FAIL T REGISTERED l Louisville Dem rats and Democrats from all o r the State will Thursdayto promIses feast of Kentucky Democracy The byFranklocal Democratic ommltteo Sheriff Al Emler and Cou ty Attorney Scott Bullltt will leave over the Chesa peake 8 Ohio rai road in a special KentuckyColonels their head and Jo in J Barry at the head of the fam us Moso Green Club It is expected that over 500 of the Louisville Democrats w111 make the trip asi here has always been a brotherly I reeling between Louisville and Le fiigton and this reunion is expecto lto bring back in the fold the man Lexington Demo crats who have be n lured away from the party ranks y Mugwump and socalled reform tl kets All of the best campaign spg tkcrs In Kentucky will be on hand alj la flood of Democratic oratory an rspellblndlng can be expected f The Kentucky emocrats are so enthused this yea ioverthelr united party and the ho ieless split in the Republican ranks iat they are won dering why spinj1 kf the latter party doesnt rise UR a d move to make the Marshall In this Stateanimous State Carspal nCr ti Johnson aitmYhaty Kentucky should give in round num bers about 100000 majority for the ticket and oven Republicans concede 75000 The Progressive move ment here as elsewhere is slowly petering out and if the Bull Moose loader was not working overtime dally to get In the news dispatches there would ben final interment of the Republican bolters One of the prominent organizers of the Progressive party In the West End was unavoidably left off the organization committee this past week he having been held over to the grand Jury for rifling mall boxes as was told in these columns Iast week It Is rumored that he claimed to have been promised the place of Assistant Postmaster in the event of Roose velts election Every Democrat in the city Is urged to register next month as if this is neglected the voter will have no voice in the big freeforall primary the first Saturday in August next year when all offices from United States Senator down to Con table wijl be voted for Another RIchmond has loomed up on the klayorallty horizon for next year Alderman Barney Campbell being urged by many to shy his lint In thljj Lag OlE GOOD DAY I j Only Excursion of Season From This City to Jasper I I Tomorrow morning the only ex urslon of the season from Louisville I to Jasper Ind will leave the Union I Depot at Seventh and the river at 730 oclock via the Southern rall ray on a special train under the aspires of the Louisville Central Jommittee CK of A This ex t curs Ion will afford opportunity of spending at least one good day in I ndiana and promises to carry a I large and happy crowd Those given teretofore have been very enjoyable I but Capt Oscar Maier and his com nlttee have left nothing undone thatII would make this surpass all others I Betters received here this week say I the Catholic Knights and citizens of Jasper have prepared a great recop ion for the excursionists and thatII ipon their arrival they will be es J ortedto the picnic grounds whero I there will be music various amuse t nents and a really delightful pro I rammo The committee will also lI ee that there are plenty of refresh I nents both going and returning The t round trip fare will be only 150 iI MAMMOTH FAIRss n Very Rev Father T S McGovern j f St Louis Bertrand church has an iI funded a mammoth fair to be given In Bertrand Hall beginning Monday November 11 and continuing two jI reeke The different church sects 1 llare already engaged hx a tt riendly rivalry for the honor of the jtt test showing Sa lltIanda11 i Indication OInttoa huge success Ji J = 1 d 0 I REJOICED Are Hibernians of State Over Treatment Received in Louisville Itev Father Cronlii Extends a Hearty Welcome at St Patricks Banquet and Toasts ut the GnU House Attract Happy Throng SHAKE HANDS IN FAREWELL From a religious and social stand point this has been a notable week for the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Louisville and Kentucky who held their biennial convention In this city Sunday morning delegates and visitors were mot at the trains and escorted to tho headquarters at the Gait House They were then taken to Nelligans Hall where a nice spread and refreshments awaited them and a most enjoyable hour was spent Hospitality was lavishly dispensed by John Hennessy Tom Stevens John Hession and Tom Langan who saw that all became acquainted before dispersing for a survey of the city The visiting ladles were assembled at the Gait House where they were entertained by the Louisville auxiliary Monday morning the State and County Boards of the Ancient Order and Ladies Auxiliary tho visitors and many Louisville members gath ered at St Patricks church where the Rev James P Cronin V G County Chaplain of the Hibernians was celebrant of the high mass that preceded the work of the convention and preached a really great sermon Father Cronin extended a most cor dial welcome to those from a distance to St Patricks church and the city a welcome to all who were to take part in tho convention Their appearance In church he said Is evidence that to be a good Hibernian is to be a good Catholic He then told what Is necessary and the re quirements to be a good Catholic difference between ilctlPtE9ulit19 ani onl andS the onf practicing aim o requirements of the church Their highest idea he said should be to be real and true friends to one another and show charity toward all Father Cronin called attention to the motto of the order and declared friendship a sacred thing sanctified by the example of Jesus Christ He pleaded for unity among the members and urged them to live in ac cord with the motto of their order Stand true to your fundaments principles he said and you willl succeed and prosper At the conclusion Father Cronin imparted the blessing of the priest and Bishop ODonaghue Monday night the County Board and Ladies Auxiliary tendered thb State convention a reception and ban at the Galt House that proved most enjoyable for tho many present The scene was a brilliant one The closing social feature andII piece de resistance was the banquet Tuesday night which all declared lot surpassed by any ever given In Lioulpvllle The large dining room was filled with a happy and brilliant fathering of ladies and gentlemen ind upon all sides there prevailed a iplrlt of Joyousness County Presl1 lent Thomas Dolan officiated as oastmaster and seated with him at he speakers table were Rev Father 3rpnln Rev George M Connor and he old and new State officers of the Ancient Order and Ladles Auxiliary 1 President Dolan introductions wereII vltty and goodnatured Father I 3ronln set the example of being I irlef The mention of St Patrick 1 thrill of Joy toIle said brings a I verY Irish heart Persecution hadII inly made stronger their faith HIII lornlans should stand united for theII lommon good and follow the exII imple of their patron whose UfeII srork was for the nation I Father Connor was glad to becc ylth the Hibernians an order thatII eons the Irish race a race likeII hat from which the Redeemer cameI briefly he called attention to the period when Irish saints and scholars J ihed their lustre the world overI hough downtrodden and refused I Irecdom the sons of Erin have altt ways clung to their faith as their nost precious heritage and this record we must hand down unsullied md glorious to those who followII Other toasts were responded to by comas Walsh Mrs Elizabeth Ben ictt W P McDonogh Miss Lula urphy and Lawrence J Mackey A pleasing incident was the presenta snof a beautiful shower bouquet i f roses to Mrs Bennett the retiring J Hate President In appreciation of j ler splendid services The presenta j ion was made by Miss Fannie Ken iI icdy who Is now State President i Flie Publicity League also showed Ren ippreciatlon of the convention by tt lending boxes of candy to the ladles 8 ind cigars for the men Miss Lula I Jurply announced that Covington jI mid toast all two years hence I while Toastmaster Dolan said xmisville was pleased with the con q entkm He hoped all would re 1 urn home and bring into the order I he young element and thus secure v ts perpetuity rather Crania pro oJ 0 Raced theblpeslagaid the pleased ij- e i I fJ- D re tb II guests dispersed to meet two years hence I I GOOD TALK Made at Mackin Council by Rev Father Conrad The members of Mackin Councl were entertained Monday night b the Rev Father Conrad of St Cecilias church who delivered an interesting and very instructive address and became a member of the- Y M I Despite the warm weather there was a fair attendance when President Adams administered thi obligation to one candidate and announced four more applications Next Monday night there will 1be nomination and election for the of flee of Corresponding Secretary which had become vacant A C Link who is Chairman s of tho committee that is arranging for the nineteenth anniversary celebration of Mackin Council which takes place tomorrow announced the programme The members will attend high mass at St Anthonys tat 730 oclock in tho morning and receive holy communion In a body In- the afternoon the council will assist at the solemn vespers at St Cecilias church at 3 oclock after which they will return to the club house where there will be a reunion of all members of the Y M I There will bean abundance of refreshments and a luncheon and In addition several short addresses by well known members of the order Rev Martin Weltekamp O M C Mackins chaplain will be the celebrant of the anniversary mass and It Is expected that every member In the city will be at tho church and help make the showing creditable to the large membersh- ipSISTER ROSINS Faithful Soul Leaves Earth For Home With the Blessed Sister Rosine Griffin was born in Ireland in 1850 and she came to Amorlca In 18C4 Her father Michael Griffin and her mother had been living some years previous to tho last date in the city of Louisville Remaining with them three years she entered the religious life at the Convent of Nazareth After a happy beautiful retreat noeinthls SIiand was devoted and faithful to It till the date of her peaceful death August 28 1912 at Newport News Va In Kentucky she served In Frankfort Hardlnsburg Paducah West Louisville Owensboro and St Brlglds in Louisville In Massachusetts in Hyde Park and In Vir ginia in Newport News She was a pious gentle woman Innocent and cheerful as a child kind and loving to the poor as a St Vincent de Paul She was not afraid to die Why should she be after giving fortyfive long years to the work most dear to the Sacred Heart of Jesus that of educating his little kones Her remains were brought to her Nazareth home To her sisters Mrs Julia Langan and Mrs Mary Sheridan of this city and to the community of Nazareth we offer our sincere sympathy Her aoul Is with God she will pray for usAFriend EMINENCE Bishop Pays His First Visit and Received Hearty- Greeting Eminence people welcomed the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue for the first time last Sunday when he idmlnlstered the sacrament of con Irmatlon to a class of eleven The BIshop arrived at 930 oclock in the morning and before administering he sacrament ho delivered a brief but Impressive address to the congre atlon and nonCatholics present and ton the class about to receive the manifold gifts of the Holy Ghost Confirmation was followed by benediction of the blessed sacrament Lfter which Bishop ODonaghuo re lived a number of Catholics and ionCatholics who wore anxious to greet him The Bishop with Father ifonaghan his secretary and Father Joes the pastor then motored to Sholbyvllle with Karl Giltnor where they took the electric car for Louls llle Bishop ODonaghne left many loyal hearts behind in Eminence who hope to see him often and many times there again- FALLAIIAYKLEINJOIIN Next Wednesday afternoon at 330 oclock a wedding of much In rest will be solemnized at St Pat lets church when Carl J Kleln ohn will lead to the altar Miss Anna I Fallahay The attendants will Je Miss Roso Smith and Frank Walter Immediately after the cere aony bride and groom will leave on heir wedding trip through the East nd after October 1 will be at home Lt 1614 Bank street Miss Fallahay s the niece of Mr and Mrs Frank I toeder and has been a favorite inset End Catholic society circles j fhe lucky groom Is a son of Mrs 1 Aargaret Klelnjohn East Chestnut it itreet and holds a good position rith the National Foundry Company s Pheir legion of friends extend con i gratulations lad best wishes I r I k c K OP A Hold Successful Convention at i Henderson and Elect Officers John tl Score of Louisville Becomes the State- President Reports Slioiv That the Order HUH Enjoyed Steady Growth COMMENDED BY FATHER LYNCH i Kentuckyheldconven tlon this week in Henderson anlelected whoWUll years PresidentJohn J Score Louls villeVice HossbachWaverlySecretarySy T Meehan Louis yUleTro48urerHarry VeenemanLouisville lpterManionJoefMcGinn Kentucky Tuesdaymornlng wouldbegoodresultsdeliberations convention HolyNamo theReveloquentsermon thehIstory I ed the Catholic Knights of America protectingthe Columbus PeterMnnlonson and a pioneer member of the illidebyman of Covington Following this worktblt4C i theapnnd PBslontbqQff1Cersr- tJ utili yu re alto a retary W T Meehan showing that there had been A substantial Increase in membership since the last con vention three years ago Plans were outlined whereby this work will be continued and it is predicted that the incoming administration will be an active one Wednesdays sessions were taken up with consideration of changes in the laws that would ad vance the standing of the order in Kentucky Never before was the Kentucky State Council In better condition and the proceedings were harmonious and tending to arouse a tow interest everywhere there la a branch throughout tha State Dur- Ing the day congratulatory telegrams were received from Supreme PresI- dent Gaudin who was In the Far West and Supreme Trustee Michael Quinn of Brooklyn Tuesday night the convention was tendered a banquet In Holy Name school hall that was attended by tho leading citizens of Henderson The responses to toasts were patriots and many kind expressions were heard for the Henderson branch and the generous treatment accorded the delegates by the Knights and people of the city The new officers are all men of high standing in the order and their selection will meet with hearty ap royal by the entire membership Now that the executive officers are rented In Louisville it will enable them to meet frequently which should prove of great advantage in the work of organization President Scores Secretary Mee han Treasurer Veoneraan and Delegate McGinn have had much experience f being among the first members of the Catholic Knights in Kentucky and therefore much will be expected of them They will give new life to the State Council and also to the branches throughout Kentucky Upon all sides tho work of the convention was commended Louisville was selected as the place for the next convention The Louisville delegates arrived home Thursday and will report the detailed proceedings at the meetings too held next week BJOBY PROGRAMME At the regular meeting of Trinity Council Y M I Monday evening a busy programme was outlined for the fall and winter season The Euchre Committee reported that they had started a campaign for 400 prizes for the euchre lotto and dance to be held Thursday and Fray October 24 and 25 In the even- Ing only The Literary Committee t announced a smoker for Monday evening September 16at which time an address will be delivered by s Frank Martin a student of StsCharles preparatory college at Catonsvllle Md The speaker is a son of Attorney A F Martin for mar Grand President and exPresiil dent of Trinity Council and his reputation as an Interesting end ea tertaining speaker has preceded Mm rhe Membership Committee an 1 aouncod a campaign for new rem bers and will have a big Initiation on lunday October 6 JI f L 1 f I IKNXUOKY jfUu AMEZtTOAl T s l ToIIMLRI6fiN r ede1 te tie Social aced Metal AdvawemeneBt el Irish Aaerlcwrt and CaibMica Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hibernians Young M ni Institute and Catholic Knights of America CKNTUCKY III1SH AMERICAN1 PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY 56 at tkt L livH1 PeitfWe ao SeeoadCU HatUr rIJEJBoared u to tile tfENTUCKV IRISH AMERICAN 31 Wl West Oreea St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 19121 The following resolution was adopted at the Hibernian state convention The cominlttea unanimously endorses the Kentucky Irish American for Its valued and efficient support of the Ancient Order of Hibernians In Kentucky and Catholic interests in generalThomas Walsh Jaracs McBrecn J J Sullivan Chas J Finegan Resolutions Committee SOCIALISTIC CHALLENGE Many men are being misled by oclallst orators and writers who iBClaim hostility to religion ThesE orators are not tho real Soclalls v leaders but are used only wherE their propaganda meets determine opposition Now and then how ever the Socialist hostility to churcl and government Is acknowledged a- in the following declaration fiignei by Moses Baritz the accredited organizer for the Socialist party fo the Province of Ontario Canada The Socialist position Is foundeid upon science both sociological amd Economic As such it Is opposed tall 0n religions which we malntaii were products of given social condl tions With the establishment of ia Socialist regime Christianity Juda ism and all supernatural Idea clinging to mankind will be abol ished The Socialist party of Canadi Is opposed to the unscientific wor i ship of Christ Buddha or Mahomet We do not believe in tho salvation of the church We oppose that idea It Is far better to have the people understand this now than let con fusion exist or let it be In the pulpit Socialists can no bellete in anysupernatural God II they do they are not Socialists Th pamphlet Issued by the Socialist part of Great Britain on Socialism and Religion Is the only attitude we tr n I in us their unrelenting foes Chris tlanlty with its superstitions must be submerged before the workers obtain their Complete emancipation That is our slogan That is ou challenge Far better let It be known now and so avoid misconcep tions in the future Finally a Christian can not be a Socialist and a Socialist can not be a believer in Christ orGod- Here is trio real Socialist position and one which all American work Ingmen especially those who are Catholics should study well Under Socialistic regime the toilers have always proven the greatest sufferers Without religion and government ruination would be the fate of our country rind its people- ENCOURAGINGR The following extract taken from the Baptist World should encourage all fairminded people Protestant and Catholic to the fact that there Is an increasing respect for religious liberty even It it is deplored by the prejudiced editor of the World While Catholics ate devoted to their Institutions and loyal to their church Protestants are making their people an easy prey to their Intrigues by their laxness of views their anything will do Ideas and their refusal to purchase Informing litera ture on the subject Dr W J E Cox in a pastorate of ten years In Mobile had opportunity to study at close range Catholicism He whichhoRomanism Ho had only 1000 copies printed It took him several years to dispose of them and finally he had to almost give them away Tho Indifference of our people to- the encroachments of Catholicism In this country is alarming We are sleeping on tho crest of a volcano which Is ready for eruption The ignorance and degradation of Catholicshaveto our people but they refuse to read NIGGARDLY POLICY If the State Fair management de tire a hearty support of their pro Jeat III the future from the Louisville public especially there will have to be a radical change in their treatment ef local preseFo representatives railroad employes and others directly coaceraed with the success of the fair L AGAINLHlilt u f Trait ire forget that the doughty II 1 Gen Mil erstwhile lofil United Stator ArtD7 later eaderSathe rdiana of unsavory fauna=JJa aUll T 0D alive and active he takes it upon himself to give a little advice ror the countrys welfare to the Bull Moose leader He is carrying coals to Newcastle Wo- have heard of the futility of a blind man talking to a deaf onebut a Miles to a Roosevelt is the comparative degree of t t same is the way it appears to atI Providence Visitor NEW AND TRUEi The local daily papers announced this past week that Attorney Thomas I Walsh had been elected State Pros rl dent of the A O H when it ehoul- have been Patrick J Welsh of the Kentucky Public Elevator Company r and the Evening Post went the others one better by running a plcturo electedet State President If new and true not otherwise f By the death of John J Flannery tho Irish Pennsylvanian which he founded twentytwo years ago an- e the city of Pittsburgh suffer a dis I tinct loss In addition to being a patriotic Irishman he was a stanch r friend of labor and a wise leader To his bereaved family and the Irish Pennsylvanian we extend heartfelt sympathy Robert G Valentine Commls sloner of Indian Affairs whose opposition to the Catholic Sisters teaching In the Indian schools s- I brought him much notoriety has resigned his position to take active LjpartI In the BullMoose campaign His faction had been looked for for sumo time and occasions no surprise i The Catholic school is the place theeI lessons taught at the Catholic anddl beingtI equal the parent who denies the schoolingeI when It is available has much to answer for The fact that some MilwaukeeIfc yi I ga9bYCrTlDttiI Ia tecr with the Socialists of that city does not make good the Socialistic doctrine Unfortunately here and there are found good men who think they almostri anything else- Arkansas has rejected Statewide prohibition The results of this fool law in Tennessee prevented the Arkansas people from making like mistake In Tennessee the law is violated everywhere and more whisky sold than ever before I The Rochester Catholic Citizen has entered upon its tenth year I From the beginning it has made good Our congratulations are tendered the Kennedy brothers and the Catholic Citizen who are worthy the success achieved Those who would inject religion as an issue into the Presidential campaign should be regarded with suspicion Numbers of their circulars and pamphlets have reached us only to find place in the waste I basketII Wednesday Friday and Saturday September 18 20 and 21 are ember days and are therefore days ofI fasting and abstinence i I CATHOLIC CHARITIES All Catholics who attend the National Conference of Catholic Charities to be held In Washington I beginning September 22 will be con necessaryto 1 1 tlon although such organizations i are asked to send delegates Delegates are advised to ask for dole j purchasingUckelsIsed a twofifths reduction in the return rate if attendance is suffi tt elently large His Holiness Plus X a has again warmly commended the National Conference through a letter of His Eminence Cardinal Merry Del ThomasHughesCommittee on Dependent Children for 1912 It is expected the attend ance will greatly exceed that of 1910 when twentyfour States were represented I AGED PRIEST mESoLj News was received here Sunday of the death at Philadelphia of the Rev Father Joseph Whlssel O R eighty years oldand well known in Louisville where he was aJrequent visitor He had been retired for same time Death resulted from in Nl iraltlee He was an uncle of Sister lary Raphael of the Convent of the Good Shepherd at Eighth and C i It MarylClareeat Twentythird and JBapk streets ll- 1i inli n u t iiiik r SOCIETY e Miss Henrietta and Edwin Bohmer are visiting at Henryville Ind Mrs James Leary of Oakdale has gone to Tlronza Ark to visit her mother Miss Marguerite Schaefer left Monday for Nazareth where she will attend school Miss Mary Maloney is homo from a most enjoyable visit with friends at Springfield Miss Virginia Watson spent last week In Springfield visiting Miss Elizabeth Neale Miss Alice Toner of Deer Park left this week for Cuba Mo to be gone several months I Mr and Mrs H Bohmer of the Highlands are spending ten days at French Lick Springs I JIMrs I Earl of Portland has had I as her guest her sister Mrs John Burke of Lexington I Anthony Carraro and wife have been spending the past week with relatives in Springfield asrlI I her guest this week Miss Dorothy Schmalz of Cincinnati Miss Maggie Nally has returned from a visit to her uncle G W Clements at Unlontown I IMrs Naomi Welch has been visit ing her mother Mrs Dora Miller and other relatives at Stithton Edward Halloran and wife and homedof Mrs John Flood at Long Run Miss Margaret McConnell of Men phis Is here to spend two weeks as the guest of Miss Mary Patterson Lord Miss Elvy Curtin of the High lands is the guest of Misses Margaret and Betty McKenna at Fairfield Alphonse Ohligschlager has re turned to Troy N Y to resume Ills studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Mr and Mrs James McKenna of Falrflold are in Kansas City where they will spend the month visiting friends Mrs Joe Flaherty has returned from a visit to Mrs J W Flaherty and other relatives and friends at Stithton Miss Alice Kennedy who has been seriously ill of lyphoid fever at her home in Oakdale is reported much Improved Miss Emma Bayer West Walnut street has returned from a visit to- MtseaICatte and Mary Hallnan In- Frankfor M 4 ta ttIt1 xs+ 4 Mr and Mrs Barney Coll of Jet fersonville have as their guests this week Mr and Mrs E J Fagan of PittsburghRichard Schuhmann and family of Meadow Brook are spending the week at the country home of Nlc Bosler near Orell Miss Lillian A Smith has just returned from a most delightful two weeks visit with Mr and Mrs John J Reilly in Chicago Miss Alico Ross Trent came in from Brandenburg last week to enter Mt St Benedicts Academy for the coming school year Miss Nell McAuliffe of Parkview arrived home last week trom an extended visit to her brother and friends in Memphis Miss Mildred Murphy who was the guest of her aunt Mrs Charles Fitz gerald In New Albany has returned to her home at Marengo Mrs Walter Glover and Miss Marie Glover arrived home the first of the week from Europe where they have been spending the summer IMisses Susie and Alice Walsh East Fourth street New Albany have been entertaining this week for their cousin Miss Malissa JIattlngly of CloverpdrtMr J W Flynn and John E Flynn of Falmouth are here as the guests of Mr and Mrs John W Gray Thirtyseventh and Chestnut streets Frank Linn has returned to his home in St Louis accompanied by his son Elmer who has been spend Ing the summer with his grandmother at 810 South Eighth street Misses Elenora and Teresa Carr Garvin Plato have had as their i guest Miss Mary Mullen of Hamil ton Ohio in whose honor they gave largely attended and enjoyable i reception I i Miss Della Wood of Owensboro has been spending the week end as the guest of her cousins the Misses Jodfrey Eighth street and attending the Hibernian convention and l State Fair 1 1 t Mrs Catherine Tlvenan and flopf hew Thomas Butler formerly of but now of Los Angeles Cal are here on a visit to relatives T and friends Theywlll remain in the t city a month T C GENEROUS NON CATHOLIOe t Daniel G Reed of Virginia and a few York the well known tin plate ft magnate baa given a check for o 25000 aea donation to the buildv rag fund f StMary church in p icliifiOHd Mr Rest is not a Calh b IcbMt leis always bees generous It- l hiei city to Carbolic church w and w a tJAI C r L 1 schools and to all linstitutions 1nhll home city of Richmond Inwldcb he takes much pride St Mary church now under construction i right in the heart of Richmond ane will be one of the most beautifu churches In the State MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS At the regular business meeting o hetMondayrpsolutions1 beloved member and Treasurer H Wrocklage Whereas Almighty God in hI great wisdom has taken from on midst our beloved friend membe and Treasurer to receive his heav enly reward therefore be it Resolved That we share in thie sorrow of his relatives and friends that we participate in all the prayers and masses in memory of our de ceased friend and Treasurer and be itResolved That this club have fiVE masses read at St Martins churc1 for the repose of his soil and be 11 furtherResolved That these resolution be entered upon our minutes as it token of our love and esteem fo him a copy be sent to the bereave family and bo published II BLESSED HOLY NAME BANNER St Columbas church Thirtyflft and Market streets was the scene o a most gratifying Holy Name rail Sunday night when the beautifu white satin banner carried in th paradwasD Kalaher pastor of the church Rev Father Cletus Brady of th Passion1st Retreat assisted at tin ceremony and at the conclusioi preached an eloquent and forcefu sermon The Holy Name Society Ii this parish which was only recent organized has already nearly i hundred members PRIEST FIFTY YEARS The young women of St Joseph church at St Josephs Hill jus north of New Albany ast Sunda Revjohnniversary surprise In honor of thi golden jubilee of his ordination tho had tastefuUy decorated the church the altars and sanctuary being cov ered with golden flowers and potter plants Father Gabriel was ordalne to the priesthood fifty years ago am for the past seventeen years has beet the faithful pastor at St Josephi Hill WALNUT THEATER The Walnuts r 3t Theater offer ing for next week Will be The Gal of the Heart a play that has beer received with high favor wherever presented The c upnny is an ex cellent one and tie production it well staged The call of tho Heart should prove ad awing attractlor and fill the Walnut at all perform ances The usual matinees will br given and popular jrites will prevail jIHOLY NAMJJ RALLY THe Committee ft Arrangements o cumin Namc rl1Ukbe held at City Park In Newpbrt 01 Sunday October 6 announces that tho speakers will be Right Rev Bishop C P Maes Judge E J Ken nedy of West Covlngtop and Father F McCaffoy of Florence A chorUs composed of members of the various churches in the diocese under the direction of Prof Schiffer will ren der several musical numbers BLESS NEW BELLS The three new bells for the St Frances de Sales church Cote Brllliante near Newport will be blessed on Sunday September 29 at 3 oclock Rev Stephen Schmid pastor of St Stephens church will have charge of the ceremonies The dedication of the church will not be held until the return of Right Rev Bishop Maes from Europe which Tlll be some time in October ARCHBISHOP IRELAND Archbishop Ireland entered upon his seventyfifth year Wednesday and the occasion was marked by the receipt of a number of congratulatory messages from friends throughout the country The Archbishop Is anative of Ireland but has resided in the United States since boyhood He was ordained a priest moro than half a century ago and has been Archbishop of St Paul since 1888 GETS LIBRARY FUND At the recent annual meeting of the California Grand Council Y M I at Vallejo Archhblshop Rlordan announced the transfer to the last tute of the 100000 Donahue library fund which comes from the estate of tho late Peter Donahue of San Francisco and has been held in trust by the Archbishop for some time awaiting a suitable occasion for the transfer to bo made It was deemed idvlsable to tender the gift at the 3rand Council session this year be4 ause of the progress on the 250000 home for the Young Mens Institute and Young Ladles Instl ute in San Francisco which Is to be ompleted before the opening of the PanamaPacific Exposition CATHOLIC PLAY COJIING The County Board A 0 H and ladies Auxiliary of Jefferson county lave decided to take an Interest in ho ctfmlng of tho drama The Con esslon which will be seen at the lasonlc Theater this city the first ieek In October The play will be resented by the original company hat made such a splendid r linfew York where tho Knights of olumbus and other strong Catholic ocletles gave it strong commenda I lon The play Is thoroughly Cath HQ and has a fine moral tone It Is idorsed by the highest dignitaries tf the church as a good clean ele tong drama John Dunne advance rese agent of the play appeared afore the local Hibernian and pre= r cited his isdorsgm rats totJ1EiJ1II t 1a1 described the play IB detail i tI- T 1 a GLORIOUS REVIVAL OF THOROUGHBRED SPORT AT IMPROVED PLANT I OF 1 DOUGLAS PARK JOCKEY CLUB MONDAY SEPTEMBER 16 SATURDAY OCTOBER f EIGHTEEN DAYS RACING FEATURE EVENTS isSTAKBI s Doxglss Park luulWai Has icap to r SffittfArtmi to Boehnrd Stakes Prospect Stakes Handicap CarMl Stakes to to CO =C = =CC C = = RAOI2 TGOrFICIAL E W MAGINN Racing Secretary Handicapper CHARLES F PRICE Presiding Judge MARS CASSIDY Starter J B CAMPBELL of Course I W H SHELLEY Associate Judge GEO LINDENBBRGER Timer HAGDMEISTER Mgr I MAJ F U AINGERPIELD Steward Racing Commission I TtI1 Starting Sunday Matinee Sept 15 GREAT DRAMA I 1Call of the Heart f r Strong Cast and Well Staged 1This play has been drawing crowded houses in the leading through 00out the country ll Tuesday Thursday Saturday Matinees 2Sc Nights and Sunday Matinee 25c 35c 50c 1u 1t 11 I ITHE Bid PARK x I RIVERVIEWThe i Open Day and Evening t With avarlety of amusement affording V a bugs treat to the thousands of men women and children of Louisville Free daily concerts by Don Philippini a and his band of thirtyfive r Give your boys an education that win I them for life i ST XAVIERS COLLEQfc- i i lia W Broadway Lonlivtlle Ky 1 JConducted by the Xaverian Brothers Classical Sclcntiflo and Businessi LargeSwimmingsium Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr WANTED l Good iiilclilcnjccl woman to do general housework and make home with family Apply at 1310 South I Floyd street I A Scapular Medal FreeI IScapular medals have been aur wordinsteadyou one free if you subscribe for the Child Apostle a sixteen page chit Ultyovecentsa priest especially for little ones and filled with instructions short stories and pictures Stamps will do Ad dress The Child Apostle 1133 Mc Cormick building Chicago iii Later the Kentucky Irish American will carry a more complete an nouncement of the drama v KNIBI1TS OP COLD lnUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where I At the last initiation at Columbus Ohio sefenty candidates were ad mitted to membership I With a charter membership of i thirtyfive Snake Valley Coun ell was instituted September at Ontario Ore- Denver Knights will defer their Columbus day parade to October 27 when Cardinal Farley will visit that and the now Cathedral will be dedicated 1Columbus day October 12 Is a legal holiday in thirtytwo States and hundreds of councils have started preparations for its proper I celebrationWork the new 60000 club at Spokane Wash will begin at once It will be located at the corner qf Seventh and Washington street The Knights of Owensboro enter tained with n dance In the Daviess county Armory Tuesday night In honor of the many young ladles visit Ing their city- Seventyone new members were received into the Order of the Al hambra at Toledo on Labor day the f work being in charge of a degree team from Albany N Y Cityhaveltest for the baseball championship having won sixteen out of twenty games and the city pennant- CONSECRATION j The consecration of Right Rev John J McCort of Philadelphia as Titular Bishop of Azotus and Aux iliary Bishop to tho Most Rev E Ft Prendergast will take place Tuesday In the Crthedral of Sts Peter and Paul Archbishop Prendergast will be the conescrattng prelate assisted by Bishop Pltzmaurice of Erie and Bishop Shanahan of Harrodsburg rhe sermon will be preached by Right Rev Msgr McDevitt Superintendent Iof parish schools of Phila lelphfaLiBISHOPS JUBILEE 1di I The golden anniversary of Right a- Rev John B Fltzmaiirlce Bishop of EJI He occurs on October 16 and laborate preparations are being nade for Its suitable observance krae of the highest dlgnltarleal of f r u SEX AND AGE Tbreeyear olds awl upward Two yeu elds TbreeifBarXoMs and upward upwardTwoJur Thrwyiiroldj and upward DISTANCE One Mill slid a Sixteenth Firs and a Half Fnrlants Three Fourths of a Mile One Mite and Seventy Yds Three Fourths of a Mile One Mile and Osa eight Added 52000 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 TO RUN Mewlay IB Saterdiy Seftenter 21 Ttersdiy September 26 Saturday 21 Wednesday October 2 Satwday October 5 Clerk JOHN Gen theaters prepare River 1 city house avenue 150 DONT MISS THIS 150 The Only Excursion of the Season JASPER INDAND RETURN SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 15a VIA THE SOUTHFRN RAILWAY Under auspices of Central Committee C Kof A Round trip 1GO Train Leaves Union Depot Seventh anti River at 7t3O a in Kentucky State Fair 6 BIG DAYS DAILY RACES SEPTEMBER 9 10 11 12 13 14 1912 LOW RAILROAD RATES FARMER BOYS SCHOOL ENCAMPMENT For Information Entry Blanks Catalogue address J U DENT SECY 32b PAUL JONES BUILDING LOUISVILLE KY IThe Most Prominenti andl Oldest Catholic School in Louisville i Presentation AcademYitA select and wellordered school of paratory edication for boys girls Literature Art the Sciences History Languages and all branches of Modern education are offered at reasonable tuition fees Entrance only by reference Applications for enrollment now being received For catalogue and information address the academy i PRESENTATION ACADEMY Fourthand Breckinsidge Louisville Yttlsfasmms o KODflK SUPPLIES Requisite Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing CARDS 321 3 r The Last Dollar IThat spent for something you did not NEED would have started a 5L i SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear COMPOUNDED tttt twice a year There MAY a when your LAST DOLLAR fi must be spent for something you DO NERD SAVING Low of the dollars you are wasting keep that hard time from ever coming jfL Ky Title Savings Bank iand Trust Co iFifth Court Place S Daily 3 p im Saturdays Until 7 Pm w a Catholic will be present eluding the Archbishop of Phlla Iphia Bishop Hoban of Scranton ld others All of the of the rif dloceee attend LOWERS IN SPAIN Spanish lovers preeeat their 4 Yt n BE Septemker September e Every For SOUVENIR POST PICTURE FRAMING West Jsfferifl Loultrllfe you interest COME time The might and Open Until church priests vrlll fUn havewrittenembroidered garters with love mot innumerableboxes receivlug n chainrouadber S- aj I 7 l1- 1- 1L tDT i r T T rr rI I w NrUQK i2tI 6H AMEitXOAN vi u uuu IP 7 NOW I FOR I 1i GAS STOVES i LOUISVILLE GAS CO mi NOLO BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY I I IT IS ALWAYS PURE cansf Distiller Fairfild H le D J DOUGHERTY s j MCKLUOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MATTTRT STREET t t f t t t + Gran W Smiths SonH AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETN- x r1 o tl10 1 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J JBARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S8S East Ma1xL Street A TRIAL WILL PROVE WHERE OTHERS FAILED THAT ampfmueflera RflLUMfkT1G Reffledy Is the BEST and SUREST rheumatic remedy on the market It is recommended by PHYSICIANS and praised by thousands For sale at all uptodate drug stores I I n t I I I 1 t FINE WIKE8 OHA31iH AL KOLxB 0ff 345 West Green Street UQUOKB 1 oallJJ it 1 If HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 431O FJ IIkt AVUIITeleohoae 1022 CB THOMPSON FLORISTaerONIjY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH VENUE Both Telpbei 1050 All Orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed t WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND HAN 15FOOT ROOM SIDES AND CEILING FOR 350GULLEY WALL PAPER STORE ScvMtk aid 0k Sit wnb L 3M2A HMM I22S tr tl ct aw THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Doctor ad EMbilRter TELEPHONE 366 Aft sightCarrtagefuralahed 1225 W MARKET ST CENTRAL FURNITURE CO r Incorporated N W con ThM aed Green St We fnrnteh the hosts coca ptete om early payment WM CALUMAN Mcr SttM Bt w nI e HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doin t the Past WcekOencral- News Notes Denver Hibernians have been nct lye in organizing the Catholic Fed eratlon there The Minnesota State conventio will convene at St Paul next Tues day and be in session four days The Ladles Auxiliary will extent d greetings to Miss Fannie Kennedt at their meeting Wednesday night i I I suIt0 make the Irish field day an annua 1 affair Division 3 will meet Monday night when a reception will be tendered the newlyelected State President Patrick J Welsh The recent membership contest olf Ladles Auxiliary 8 of St Paul addc1 hlrtyono more names making n total of 233 members The Ladles Auxiliary in Oregon- Is making good progress Their State convention at Portland was well attended and successful State President Callan at the Wisconsin State convention stated that during Ills term of office there had been a net gain of 500 members Division 1 will hold an Important meeting Tuesday night Plans for the fall and winter months will be then outlined and committees ap pointedEverywhere the news of the death at Milwaukee of the wife of Prof Michael G Rohan caused sincere sorrow and sympathy for the be reaved husband Miss E T Doyle the new State President of the Rhode Island Ladles Auxiliary was tendered a great reception by her division this week in Providence Nearly 100 bands took part In the great parade which is held every year In Scotland This years demonstration took place In Hamilton a short distance outside Glasgow Nebraska Hibernians will hold their State convention tomorrow at Omaha The delegates members and visitors will attend in a body the high mass In St Phllomenas church Father John E Burke who is do- Ing a great missionary work among the colored people expects with the aid of the Ancient Order to now greatly enlarge the field for his workDivision 2 meets Wednesday night when all members are urged to be reporttheward several questions for final actionTo stimulate and encourage the study of Irish history the County Board at Rome N Y has offered 30 In gold as an award for com petitive examinations open to all Students of the English speaking schools of the county President John Hennessy Tom Langan John Hesslon and Tom Stevens can not be surpassed as hosts Thats what those who at ndedJIJ1lldlIrsrecePtJQt4JIr iFe saw to it that no one was overlooked at the splendid feast they prepared Harry Carpenter one of Wiscon sins leading Hibernians and prom inent in Milwaukee business circles made many friends in Louisville last week while attending the bakers convention Though unable to at tend any meetings ho made the acquaintance of a number of mem bers NOVEL AUTUMN PATCEY The ladles of St Vincent do Paul parish will give a euchre lotto and birthday party on Thursday Sep tember 26 in the afternoon and evening in the new school building at Shelby and Oak streets For this affair the ladles will secure several autumn attractions and promise their friends a novel entertainment WSUMNT3 HOME COMPLETED I The handsome new Ursullno con vent of New Orleans is now practically completed and ready for occupancy The dedication will occur the latter part of September It will be one of the handsomest and best equipped womans college buildings in the South LEANING TOWERS SEORETI The leaning Tower of Pisa is in no danger of falling For over eight hundred years it has been inclined to one side but it is said to be as safe today as when it was built This is because the workmen found it set tling to one side while they were erecting it so the tower was made accordingly COMMENDS OUR CONGRESS In the Irish Educational Review for August there Is an Interesting I article entitled A Lesson From America in which the recent I meeting of the Catholic Educational Association Is spoken of in terms of warm commendation The article says The annual Congress of the Catholic Educational Association of America held this year in Pittsburgh fills us with envy not of the fine work for education which Is beI- ng done by the church In the United States but of the Immense advantage which springs from the congress Itself TEXAS Tho area ot Europe is about 3700000 square miles while that of Texas Is 265000 square miles But tho Lone Star Statefsnot to be sneezed at as an empire It Js bigger than France bigger than AustroHungary bigger twice over than tho United Kingdom It is rich in natural resources and If settled as thickly as little Belgium It would have a population tot 265000000 or nearly three times the present population of the dntlre United atateeaLiANWASTI PIPES Wute 1 lees stay beo1MIlMofII soap aid llDiebr handfulQ t MONUMENT Having purchased the entir stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position to otter the same to parties wishing to im 1 prove their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a call at our Ware StyNew Muldoon Monument Go FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WMf MAYER f g 419 W MARKETS ST Home Those City 5687 Cumb Mall 567 HENRY FUCH- SFLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Greenhouses Charles and Texas Streets HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Peal I ers in Finest rands of Kentucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND I ilepVoM 1948 I 234 SIXTH STREET of common salt in the bottom of the basin over night he salt will grad I ofIPipe I Bit G1D I r Holy Woman Patron Saint of Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary Throughout Ireland the land of saints and scholars there ia a touchingly edifying reverence for St Brlgid patroness of the Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary whose virtues great mind and intellectual powers still have their influence upon Catholic women everywhere St Brigld was a woman who was not to be turned aside from her purpose and who stopped at no sacrifice in order to effectually accomplish her task She moved up and down the country more like an apostle than a simple nun In her wake monasteries and convents sprang up Bishops Kings nnd Princes sought out Brlgid that they might have the benefit of her advice on important matters of Church and State and in doing so they considered that they but added to their own dignity Notwithstand ing all the attention paid her by the leading men and women in the land St Brigld never for a moment forgot the greatness of the virtue of RedeemerIWlthspecial solicitude to her because they were created by the Almighty So great was her love for God that her affection was bestowed on all his works The great virtue which the life of St Brigld taught and which as it were irradiated all her acts was the great virtue of purity It was this virtue which gained for tho children of Brlgid the women of Irelandthe admiration of all the peoples of the world It was the brightest diadem in Irelands crown This virtue taught by the first womansaint of Ireland has been preserved by her daughters even to the present day and Irish parents spare no sacrifice to ensure that this grand inheritance be preserved and for all timeconserved even iI POOR ENGLISH KING TThe King of England has no legis lative veto He must sign his own death warrant if the two houses unanimously send it to him It is a fiction of the past to ascribe to him legislative power He has long ceased to have any The Prime Min- Ister is the chief executive of the British constitution The King has the right to be consulted the right to encourage tho right to warn pro vided he can find anybody that wants to consult him or anybody that cares to be encouraged by him or anybody that will stop to be warned In other words the King is a figurehead- or I as it pas been more resppctfuliy expressed ho is the ornamental rather than the useful part of the British OBStltUt10RII 0 The new Cathedral at Crookston Minn which wUltst 100000 olflI nearing completion ud JU be ready earlyI1 U IIRELAND Record of the Most Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges the list of religious denomina I IIn In Belfast there Is only one Mormon I IThe death has occurred at New I Ross of Thomas Rourke a laborer the remarkable ago of 1051atI C Mansfield sent In his resigna tion as Master of the Lismore Work house and it was duly accepted by tho Guardians- At the New Ross Guardians meet ling Dr Dundon County Limerick was elected medical officer of the Markey district- II Denis OBrien has been elected Chairman of the Olin Rural Council In succession to P J Fitzgerald I IresignedIof Castleforward and C V Stoney of Raphoe havo been appointed to the Commission of I I IDonegalIof Just the I lost by death an esteemed member In the person of W V McCormick a son of the late Alderman W H McCormick I IThe death took place at his res- Idence Kilmeaguo Park County Kildare of Farrell McDonnell An extensive land proprietor ho die posed of most of his estates during the last few years At a meeting of the Waterford County Council Dr Dennehy of LIs more was elected medical officer of the Tuberculosis Dispensary in Abbeys Ide Dungarvan and Miss M M Casey was elected nurse While John Burke of Navan was painting In a house at Newbridge the ladder fell throwing him to the ground He was convoyed in an unconscious condition to hospital and his injuries are stated to be seriousThe Most Rev Dr ODonnell Bishop of Raphoe who presided at the opening ceremonies of the Four Masters Irish Training College St Eunans Letterkenny made a strong plea for tho preservation and revival of the Irish language At the meeting of Kllkeel District Council a letter was received from Thomas McKay tendering his resignation as a member of the council The resignation was accented and the council coopted James Doyle of Kllkeel to fill the vacancy The sixteenyearold daughter of Peter Flynn of Kllcrfien near Roslna County Fermanagh went ton well for a can of water Later her dead body was found floating in the well She was subject to fits and an Inquest was not deemed neces saryThe late James Mullins who for fortyfive years was Clerk of Car rlckonSuIr Union and whose death occurred a few weeks ago be queathed a sum of 1000 to the St Vincent do Paul Society for distribution among the deserving poor of the t f e1l + 3 fayt out of the water scheme for Carrlck onSuIr have commenced operations The water Is to be brought from Crottys Lake In the Comeragh Mountains eight miles from the town and the scheme will cost 50000The numerous friends of the Rev Father IF Prendergast of Dungar ran will learn with extreme pleasure of his appointment to Portlaw County Waterford Father Prender gast Is a brother of the Most Rev Dr Prendergast Archbishop of Philadelphia The Most Rev Dr Gaughran Bishop of Meath has directed that public prayers be said on each Sun day until the end of September that God may be pleased to grant the country the blessings of fine weather and also that He may avert the cattle plagu A bathing fatality occurred In the vicinity of Nashs baths at Howth The bath attendant saw a gentleman passing down to the seashore Half an hour later a suit of clothes was discovered at the bathing place and from letters and cards found in the pocket It is supposed that they be longed to A F OReilly of Galway who was ths manager and director of the Connaught Tribune LATEST IN STYLES The new double sleeves are exceedingly picturesque Tailored coats have lost entirely the ungraceful box effect There is a new tone of blue bright and clear the Won Vierge The Japanese note will be strong in evening gowns this winter Pearl embroideries are to be in vogue so lire jet embroideries Beware of tHe Rdbesplerre collar unless you have a long and pretty neckPlaited skirts always have the plaits taped underneath to keep the straight line White satin hats are very smart They are trimmed with flat bows of black velvet or aigrettes Shaggy felt hats in beige and natural tones are immensely stylish worn with tailored suits The new tailored suits have a military appearance with their tall coated boleros and cut up skirts One of the most charming of autumn hats is a swathed toque of white velvet wl h black paradise waving from its top The gap In the fall coats or little vests is prettily filled in with double and triple ruffles of shadow net deep Valenciennes and plain tulle AUSTRALIA Australia has less than a million Cathollcn It line nearly two million Anglicans Christians of other denominations are hardly worth num boring Ireland has done moro for the chuich of Australia than Eng land and tho rest of Europe Her Missionary labors are unique and abiding Two hemispheres bear wlt rieaa to her preemlaeHC as a propa gator of the gospel qf Christ n I FRANK FEHR BREWING I INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottler LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAr BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE JOHN E FR WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOmSVTLVLE SK FALLS CITY BREWINGSYf INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use OnfcJT a Case for Your Home 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rttwavvvf OUT OUT THIS AD MOLESWARTSR for the removal of MOLES and WARTS without pain and leaving neither scar nor mark is the same remedy that we sold your grandmother and has since its first appearance upon the market carried with it the UNANIMOUS INDORSEMENT of MAN and WOMAN MOLESOPP was the bestt la ploaeer days is still the best today Our long experience protects you We guarantee Letters from personates we all know together with much valuable information are contained in an attractive booklet which will be sent free upon request It you have any trouble getting MOLESOFF send one dollar direct to the undersigned One hundred dollars IIn gold will be paid to the party mailing Wus a oftbemMlvM tbefore and after l tMOUESOK these pictures tpUabcepttd and used by ui for advertising MOLESOFF One mil lion people will sea your plctare with and without aUlKly growth on your personFLORIDA DISTRIBUTINGCO Dept A 230 t PenSAcola Florida ri t Ii o MEMORABLE Golden Jubilee on Sunday of St Francis Benev olent Society With beautiful and Impressive religious ceremony followed by a1 Joyous banquet St Francis Benevolent Society of St Peters church Seventeenth and Garland avenue celebrated last Sunday the golden Jubilee of its organization Founded fifty years ago by repre1 sentatlve men of thE parlshh it has done excellent work each year still having a membership of nearly 100 seventeen of whom have been made honorary The first mass was cele brated atG oclock the church being thronged when the society es corted by St Michaels Commandery of the Knights of St John entered the edifice and occupied the center afsle At 10 oclock the Jubilee high mass was sung the choir rendering Haydns Third mass assisted by the Concbrdla Singing Society Rev Father Edmund Kaiser was celebrant the Rev Father Raphael Huber was deacon and the Rev Father Englebert was subdeacon Father Raphael who was reared In St Peters parish and who now has charge of a church in Indiana preached the sermon Tn the after noon members of the society attend ed solemn vespers at which Father Engelbert was celebrant Father Edmund was deacon and Father Raphael subdeacon A banquet was served In the school hall at night F X Wolpert Treasurer of the so ciety was toastmaster A short talk was made by Father Edmund after which the following addresses were heard Our Commonwealth by Lieut Gov E J McDermott Qur Institutes by Frank A Geher Fraternity by P H Callahan and The Catholic Press by Paul Frey Monday morning there was a re quiem mass for the deceased mem- O bers concluding the anniversary ex ercises The present officers are President Henry Bossemeyer Vice President William Hodapp Secretary F X Wolpert and Treasuerer George Feldman IRISH LEAGUE Will Have William Red mond at Philadelphia Convention Michael J Ryan of Philadelphia President of the United Irish League of America on Sunday received a Ii letter from John E Redmond the Irish home rule leader stating that his brother William Redmond would sail from Ireland on Thursday of this week to attend the national convention of the league to be held Philadelphia the latter part of this month and declaring that so far as Great Britain Is concerned the battle tor home rule has been won Out only embarrassment he says Is In the attitud taken vI si a section or fBe people or Is Continuing he says fhls + erII will not of course prevent the passage of the home rule bill and my own strong belief is that after that measure has become law with that strong common sense which characterizes Northern Irishmen our present opponents will rapidly fall Into line The home rule bill will therefore pass through the House of Commons before the end of this year but I take it for granted that it will be immediately rejected by the House qf Lords This means that we have practically two years struggle yet before us During that time we will need all the material and moral support which Is possible from our fellow countrymen abroadII i P J WELSH NeW State President A O H lOVEIWIEW li throngRlvervlewCol Simons decision to keep this popular resort open the remainder of this month Much amusement is fur nished by the original jubilee minstrels and cake walkers who programmeAUbo In operation including the doctor joy ride shootthechutes the larg est scenic railway in the South and the merrygoround with Jts perfectly j carved jumping horses also the swimming pool and tbedancem pavilion The new restaurant with kitchen In charge of Chef Dleffenbach will continue to cater to the Inner manTMARRIAGE ANNOUNCED be Friends of William H Spink and Miss Nellie A Sullivan were this week apprised of their double marriage the first ceremony taklDg place In Jeffersonvllle last April The second ceremony was performed by the Rev Father OConnor at Holy I t Name church on Saturday Augustr 81 and it WM not until the poet f wk thatythe secret became known a Mr Splnk U a native of Meade o county but for MM time put hoe a u c 6 u SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O II- DIVISION 1 MeeU at Falls City Hall sa First and Third Tuesday I President Martla J Cuslck Vice President Charles J Finne gan Recording SecretaryAnthony J Tompkins I Financial SecretaryJoseph Far rellI I Financial Secretary Jos E Far rell 1808 West Market TreasurerThomas P Lawler SergeantatArms Louis Roller Sentinel H nry McDermott DIVISION L Beets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal nut street- sPresidentCon J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Treasurer Janiea Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J CKeefo Financial SecretaryJohn J Keaney 1607 DumesnlL Sergeant at Anna J Charles ObstSentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION I Ueeu First and Third Monday Ilnoteonth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourlgan Vice President J M Maloney Recording SecretaryThos Stev ensFinancial SecretarYJohn G Hesslon 1710 Baird Treasurer D J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday rtrandHall Sixth Skeet President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Bar ry Financial Secretary Thomas JLangan 807 West Oak- TreasurerThomas Downey SergeantatArms John Coleman Sentinel M Jk McDermott Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Frank G Adams First Vice President A C Link Second Vice resident William Rlhn Financial Secre ryWm Link Recording Secretary Robert Os borne CorrespondingI Secrettfry George J Lautz TV j5 jTreasurerRocrt T Burke Marshal Fredf Schuler Inside SentmnblTeter Andrlot Outside SenUn Joseph HIggins theWestdaughterof South Loul8vlll1 B f e wu11T- he 7 games tomorrow in the Cath olic Baseball League willend the season for this hustling and success fur body All interest is now cen placeHoly uptoThe boys are proud of their first years showing and the attendance anyleaguemorrow is as follows St William vs HolyCrdssShawnee Park and St Louis Ber trand vs St Martin at Shawnee dateI Pct St Charles 17 3 860 St Louis Bertrand 11 9 550 Holy Cross 11 9 650 St William 11 9 550 Holy Trinity 10 9 526 St Anthony 10 9 526 St Brigid G 12 333 St Martin 2 18 100 RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Thomas F Boyle was held Sunday morning from St Patricks church of which he had been a member from boyhood Born agoheMaryDoYland one sister Mrs William Seay George W Masterson Sr an aged and respected resident of this city died Tuesday night at StB Mary and Elizabeth Hospital following a surgical operation for stomach trouble He was a native 6f Kentucky and a civil war veteran He is survived by CapeliornStanley and George James and Baker Masterson of Louisville and two daughters Mrs George Shubert and Mrs Maggie Montgomery of Louisville His funeral took place Thursday morning from St Louis Bertrands church where many as alafed at the requiem mass t J ELECTED MAJOR GENERAL I Major Gen Michael Relchert of this city for some years past Corn II manderinChief of the Uniform t Rank of the Catholic Knights oftt America has been honored by reelection for another term as Major General Gen Reichert is one of the widely known Knights In this country an Indefatigable worker and high class military officer and his reelection la assurance that the Uniform Rank will continue to grow h6 wisdom of the choice will soon apparent SUMMONED TO INDIANAPOLIS a Frank Calllyaa and wife of New Albany were aawmoned Tuesday to Indianapolis oa account of the critical lllnees ef Mr Culllvana ether a former old and respected aflidenti of New Albany who Is iuf a eriag item the affects of Injuries C utlerU r 6n Cl TREAT SPORT Opening of Douglas Park and Autumn Race I Meeting The programme book for the Douglas Park autumn meeting be ginning September 16 and continu ing for eighteen days ManagerJohncates in the entries in the stakes th ellgiblefortions of the races are indicative of Secretary Maglnns careful system Turfmen are praising not alone the conditions of the feature events and the overnight handicaps but they are commending the management in general for its encouragement and progressiveness Douglas Park will open its gates Monday under un usually favorable circumstances and the outlook is for a meeting unsurpassed In the history of the Kentucky turf The best horses in America are entered here with a feature event for each day and no purse less than 500 Two races that will attract widespread attention aro the Douglas Park inaugural handi cap to be run Monday and the Beechmont stakes next Saturday Racing above the average is assured as nearly 1000 horses will be quar I tered here for this meeting Those who will preside are Charles F Price Presiding Judge W H Shelley Associate Judge E W Mc Ginn Racing Secretary handicap per Mars Cassidy starter G Lin denberger timer Major F H Daingerfield Steward Racing Commission J 11 Campbell clerk of the course J Hachmelster General Manager URSULINES Occupy Their EI gent New Convent at New Orleans For the first time in almost a cen tury no curfew was tolled Sunday evening from the old Ursullno con vent below the city of New Orleans The reason was the convent had been deserted as the nuns removed Saturday to their new home in the uptown section of the city The Ursullnes had occupied the convent just abandoned since 1824 Some of tho Sisters had lived in the historic old building from girlhood to old age and their ride Saturday from the old to the new home In special cars gave them their first experience in trolley cars In 1722 when New Orleans was only a village of a hun dred cabins the Ursulino nuns came there from France They have been tjrst class tenants for though almost t two centuries have passed since their arrival this was only their second i moving day For more than 100 years the nuns occupied a convent ort Chartres street near the center of the city but in 1824 qn account of 681bTlbl1TEntTZfttVatxess established their convent several miles below the city and on the banks of the mighty river Year by year the Mississippi in its peregrlna Lions shifted its bed and has con stantly encroached upon its banks until recently it was deemed neces sary to appropriate the property of I the Ursullnes for levee purposes With the exception of the Ursullnes at Quebec the Ursullnes at Now Or leans are considered the oldest or ganization of nuns on this continent I THOMAS HOWARD Jr I State Vice President A O H PARADE PICTURES bigCathollc willbeOrpheum Theater Jefferson street below Third for one week beginning tomorrow evening and 90 per cent of the receipts will be donated to the Federation Those who have seen the first rehearsal of the pictures state that they are remarkably clear and the theater should be crowded it every performance as in addition to the entertainment those Interested Federationtreasury CHOIR PICNIC The choir of Holy Trinity church New Albany has announced a plcnloI euchre and dance to be given at lenwood Park next Thursday A general invitation is extended the choirs and their friends in Loufsvllle and Jeffersonyille with the aseur nce that they will have an enjoyable tI3t ALUMNAE EUCHRE RosaryAlumnaet Bertrand Hall Sixth street floor kou Wednesday afternoon and venlng October 9i Thy afternoon jI OCI08klnd IEXTRAT 400eTAILORED SUITS In Womens Misses and Junior sizes Over twenty distinctly new styles Actual 3Q 25 and 10 values IIALLPRICE AT 1500II The greatest Suit values ever presented by this store I at the opening of a new season The Sale Begins Monday September 11- I 16 I BACON a SUW INUHPDRATED FREEFOR 50 RED AND WHITE LABELS OFF I ROSA BREADUNION MADE You can get a Silver Tea SpoonRodgers Bros Mako BAKED IN A NEW AND SANITARY BAKERY BY UNION BAKERS NEW YORK BAKING CO OPENS SEPTEMBER 10 ST BENEDICTS COLLEGE ATCHISON KANSAS The Leading Catholic Educational Institution IIIIc ct1oajJoIi so W1O rryllicCoursesPreparatory Academic Collegiate and BusitfessT Buildings fireproof and modern campus extensive Location unsurpassed in point of health Students limited catalogREV LORETTO ACADEMY FOUNDED IN 1812 LORETTO MARION CO KENTUCKY Conducted by the 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