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F iII KENTUCKY iRI g AMERICAN IIVOLIJME 7iX XNO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTs1 IMPRESSIVE Ceremonies Mark Laying of Cor noratqiio of St Inures Church Bishop ODonaghue Officiate and Is Assisted liy Many Priests Kev Father Cronln Prcache Thoughtful and Instructive Sermon MANY PEOPLE WERE PRESENT An auspicious event in the history of the Highlands took place las Sunday afternoon when with solemn and impressive Catholic ceremonial Right Rev Denis ODonaghuo Bishop of Louisville laid the cornerstone of the new St James church at Bardstown road and Edenslde ave nue An immense crowd was assem bled around the foundation and in the streets to witness the exercises and remained intact until they were concluded Promptly at 4 oclock the Rev Father Wlllett the pastor and the visiting clergy accompanied Bishop ODonaghuo in procession to the spot where the cornerstone was to To laid Rev Father George W Schuhmann pastor of St Johns church was the master of cere monies and assisting the Bishop was the Rev Father John T OConnor pastor of Holy Name church as deacon with the Rev Father Celes tine Broy pastor of Holy Cross thurch as subdeacon The Rev Father John D Kalaher pastor of St Columbas church was crossbearor and the Rev Father John T Hill of St Anns church and the Rev Father George Weiss pastor of St leorges church were Very Rev James P acolytesIpreached a very sjructive sermon in which he said cornerstone layings in this diocese were now of frequent occurrence and indicate our great Cathoilic growth ji The Catholic church has kept pace with the movements of the city and everywhere from them were seen Crosses pointing to heaven Father I Cronin spoke of the beanty of that section of the city kno4n as the Highlands Her marked on the in 4 are being built there and ventured the opinion the new church off St James parish would rank second to none He spoke In terms of es teem of Father Wlllett who he said j was appointed to take charge of the j church a few years ago He declared- Father j WHlett ranked among the most capable priests of the Catholic hurch In Louisville and he urged the members of the congregation to I work hard with him in the erection of the new church Father Cronin made pleasing reference to former days when the students of the sem inary thought the city limits so I from their Institution and how farII tame to town behind mules and the old bobtail car This house he said is being built fir God to live in I and their endeavor should be to make it a fit habitation and this the people of St James could do aiding In every possible way byII good pastor In our late war with Spain Father Cronin said who was it that was directly responsible for the notable American victory It was the men behind the guns It was not I the Generals who stood on some dlsIIj tant hill and gazed upon the field ofII battle issuing orders and directions j It was not the Admirals who fromI it I the bridge of their shipd controlled I the actions of the fleet It was the1 men behind the guns Now your pastor is but the general the ad miral He is the leader and only through his successful leaedrshlp can the work you have started be brought- to a grand success But it is you 11who11 The structure of which the corner stone was laid Sunday Is expected to be one of the most pretentious houses I t I of worship in the Highlands The congregation was formed only a few years ago and the members have been meeting In a small frame build ing These quarters were outgrown some time ago and an appeal for anew I church was made by the Rev Erie Wlllett the His IIappealII plans were accepted and the building I jt started As it stands at present the t structure is well on Its way The new church when finished will be of the Spanish Renaissance type of g architecture the exterior being prin cipally of colored enameled terra c cotta and brick Its dimensions and t a description have already been given in these columns t FATHER BRADY COMING i Rev Father A J Brady pastor of St Cecilias church this city Is expected home next week from Michigan where he has been seeking re t lief from bay fever Members of the congregation will be rejoiced to know that an event of the near future will f bp the consecration of their beautl t ful church edifice which will long a stand as a monument to tho pious avenerabletJt4 GOOD WOMAN DEAD ic 8threeftVMue ww called te her eternlre r t c 4- n ward Sunday morning For si sufererf was ever ready Mrs Hoban is sur vived by one son Joseph Hoban 01 the Louisville police force om brother Michael Hoban and a sister Mrs William Galway Funeral services Were held Tuesday morning at St Patricks church of which d ceased had been a faithful membe- Father Cronin officiated at the re quiem mass and in a sermon on llfeis uncertainty paid feeling tribute to s her life and character REGISTER And Then You Can Vote atI Next Election and Primaries Next Tuesday October 1 will boI the regular registration day through out the State In cities of the first second third and fourth classesI where registration Is required TheI following day October 2 will alsoI be registration day for Louisville ot1 I holding the registration on the firs Tuesday In October but the expense- of supplemental registration must b borne by the municipalities provide them by ordinance In addi tion to the registration of male voters this year a separate book will be provided at each place of registra tion forthe registry of women voters who underthe new law may exercise the right of suffrage In all school elections Remember that those who fail to register will not be allowed to vote in the Presidential election next I November or In the primaries that will precede the general election for State and city offices in 1913 It Is the duty of every good citizen to register and be able to exercise his i franchise CARDINAL1 Gibbons Preaches and De clares Against Recall of Judges Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore preached in the Kansas City Cathe dral Sunday morning to a congrega tion that filled the building When It comes to the relief of human suf fering said the Cardinal we should not be stopped by difference of color of race of nationality or of religion He urged the cooperation lettrainforces cap ill and labor be one and 9rCif1hTOCatholic clergy and prominent lay men of the city In the afternoon and later lie addressed the children of the parochial schools at the residence of Bishop Llllls- Cardinal Gibbons In a brief ad dress at the luncheon In his honor declared against the recall of Judges I regard the Judges of the nation as one of Its greatest ornaments he said There Is nothing of more value to this or any other country than a fearless and honest Judge 1 have paid much attention to theI question of the recall of Judges and I would regard It as a great misfor tune If this theory ever became a law Such a law would be an Insult I to the manly prldo and dignity of anII honest Judge It would be a menace to existing Institutions All Judges are human and may be weak so that I there would constantly be a danger of Judges rendering decisions which were popular Instead of decisions which were Just Their ears might be to the ground and their decisions I rendered according to expediency Inistead of justice It Is better to i a few Incapable Judges than a men acing law perpetuated Those who framed the constitution acted slowly md warily and they thought It best to have some checks on the peoples I To disturb their sacred would regard as Impiousr NAZARETHS CENTENARY The Kentucky Irish American has received an invitation to the cele jratlon of the centenary of the Order of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Ky which will take place IIctoberramme is as follows t Monday October 14The Alum laerTuesday October 1C Founders I JayrUnevlllng rIshopof the memorial r For the hierarchy and clergyc bnaBSIThursdaylay on which guests not clergy or J alumnae will be Invited to an en ertalnmenttt Friday October 18Old Naz ireth AHstersESaturday ClIdheir fWednesdaytJhanksglvlngj of other communities will be invited o Join of CHORAL UNION PLANS hAsIIwoj rganlzed by Prof Anthony Molen graft and which made such a satis FederaIons a permanent organization For iu this purpose meetings have been held B sJlv or in the musical life of Louisville fl t ts Intimated that one of Its first w oftcl aome for workiag bpy conducted by tEI Brother Pius i r e II- n z 0 CHARITIES fo 1 Several Hundred Delegates At t tend the National Catholic Cmilerencor President Toft Holds Itcecp tion at the White HOIIHO Woman Advocates Suppresstoi of the White Slave Traffic ADDRESS BY PAPAL DELEGAT To consider baffling problems of poverty and measures designed to tdisease the poor from Ignorance and 01Cat110llcf ebiennial lastSunday theUnitedcon vention opened with the celebration ofAmericaPittsburgh gathering In a sermon on charity publicnleetlngnightCommissioner welcomedthe werediscussed SliahanRector TheChurchMMulry CharityThree the convention Mondayforenoonand in the afternoon President Taft WhiteHouse knowfrom allIsbeingdonecharityMrstheCatholicLegislationbyCongresspression of the white slave traffic and condemned the teaching of sex- hygieneq lto schoolssbflI anta bit old iE mtto eugenics and t fi rlprayerof boyIhasMiss Mary E Shinnick Probation Officer of Cincinnati and well known In Kentucky said It were better for the State to support the home through the Juvenile Court or some charitable State agency and keep the mother and children together than for the home to be broken uiand the children placed in a char- Itable institution She urged that the widows be pensioned by the State and allowed to care for their own children as half a dozen States are already doing Adequate laws and their rigid en forcement for the guardianship and protection of children were urged by Leonora L Meder of Chicago a member of the Catholic Womans League She urged tho prevention of street selling at night by child peddlers State support of children whoso natural protectors have been Imprisoned and greater protection to girl immigrants against the dangers of the white slave traffic Remedial legislation including old age pensions and nonemploy insurance was proposed as a- olution of the problem of dependent children and needy families by for Judge Michael F Girton of Chicago at Tuesdays session of the National Conference of Catholic Charities Judge Girton said that accident and industrial Insurance if properly managed would do much to prevent children becoming dependant upon the State and said if the plan of sickness Insurance were I adopted many families could remain together and not be broken up and I scattered among charitable organi I mUons I know some of these J Ideas are new said the Judge but believe we should give them a trial I pd If they prove Ineffective they j an easily be changed He told I OW these measures were estab I ilshed in Germany and other European t countries and said that many I Df the large corporations in this systems I Monsignor Giovanni Bonzano I Apostolic Delegate to the United told delegates to the National of Catholic Charities on 1 Wednesday that their work was I tully as Important to humanity as 1 of the scientists now gathered I Congressof 1 I ionferences of these great scientists I the world will no doubt result in rood to the cause of science and he said but of as great mportance is this exchange of views and formulation of plans to nake the lives and homes of the poor better and happier Modern treatment of inebriety md the care of dependent and deInquenfr children were among the subjects discussed at the final ses lonl Every phase of charity works stom0 tlarec dsIIe ioag tulted ihern ppu the work n r J c they are doing for the poor an I MonslgnoTCathoUUnlverl11ty thdelegatesThe old officers were reelected as follows Honorary President Car PresidentRev Dr William J Kerby Tre urer William H D lacey all 61 Washington CONTENT For Members Inaugurate dr By Division 4 A O H- At l the meeting of D vision 4 A H Monday evening to membership contest was launched with Vice Presi FinanciaE1e respective team captains and as both are known to be hustlers an excltin campaign Is promised The division I elected the following alternates to the county convention which will be held Sunday October W J Con nelly F J Mooney Thomas Martin Connelly M J McDermott anddJohn P Langan The application of R T Dorsey was received and Chair VIsitingCommittee death fcf Patrick Prlcfe and recom mended that President Hennessy appoint a committee to draft suitable JLangan pointed A communication was received from James Hourlgan a pioneer member of Division 4 who 1Is now located at Indianapolis with bestt wishes and congratulations for the recent Federation showing On motion a rising vote 0f thanks was given John Lawless for efficient work In securing new members RECENT DEATHS Profound regret vas occasioned knownthatConklingFirthdaughter1918 Baird street To the bereaved parents is tendered t ie sympathy of their many friendsIThe funeral of Fimnk Heckman who was struck and killed by an automobile last woe In Chicago was held Monday mo nlnf from St Anthony church De eased formerly resided here but laftwelve years ago for Chicago Hi is survived by his mbther Mrs Ellzhbteth Heckman a sister Mrs Lena Jllg1nnlgqirandtwo brothers John ckianjofthoy- Q c 9rV p il4Ij1man Frlond and relatives learned with Inexpressible grief of the death or Mrs N 5ra Hickey beloved wife of John a HIckey 2314 West Ormsby avenue Mrs Hickey was twenty four years old and was a young woman who made friends of all whom she met Her funeral took place with solemn mass of requiem Monday morning at St Georges church Father George Weiss offi ciating at the solemn services Joseph T Forstlng formerly a member of the detective department and for years a popular resident of the East End died Sunday morning at the residence of his sister Mrs George Williams 717 East Jacob street following a long illness of dropsy His funeral was held Tuesday morning from St Martins church and was largely attended Be sides his sister he leaves two broth ers Herman and Henry Forstlng Mrs Henrietta Lindell beloved wife of Thomas Lindell was released from earthly suffering last Sunday following a long illness of a compli cation of ailments A wife andI mother in the true sense and of aIkindly and generous disposition herI death Is mourned by a wide circle ofI friends who feel the deepest sympathy for the bereaved husband andI children The funeral was held Tuesday from the residence of her sister Mrs H R Ackerman 2822 i West Market streetII Mrs John J Casey wife of Capt John J Casey died Thursday morning at the family residence 622 West St Catherine street after aI lingering Illness during which sheII suffered with Christian patience and t fortitude Mrs Casey was a devout 1 Catholic and faithful member of St t Louis Bertrand church from where I the funeral took place this morning st 830 oclock Besides her husband she Is survived by three daughters I Mrs E F Higgins and Misses Katherine and Queen Casey I I Patrick Price a respected member of St Patricks parish died Sunday I evening at his home 1709 Tyler aver I rue after an illness of several I months He was a native of Louls llle and for many years had been I In the employ of the Illinois Central i Railroad Company For a long time 1 lie had been associated with the Hibernian being a member of Davis I on 4 Besides his wife he leaves light children to mourn his death I The funeral was held Wednesday t morning from St Patricks church r MONTHLY DANCES f The Hibernian Social Club com posed largely of the younger members of Division 3 A O H has 0 decided to give a monthly series of lances during the coming fall and winter and for this purpose have ecured Schreibers Hall Twenty Ixth and Bank streets The first ine will bo held Thursday night Oc ober 17 Since its organization this lub has undertakes a number of Hccemful entertainjiieats and It Is xpeeted the da oee will prove popular 1 II 1 d re rc OCONNOR Says CarsonsJ Ulster Campaig Besft Boomerang Mollie Rule Gains Despite A Attacks and Itcgardedi Settled Threat to Stop Industry In Bel fast Resented by Kngllsh 0men 1 STIRS UP THE TRADES UNION- s The approach of the moraentou autumn session of Parliament al1 ready begins to throw shadows be tore It but the end of the vacatloi has not been reached and a majorlt of the Ministers still remain absen from London cables T P OConnor M P This pause In active politic warfare gave tho Orangemen the ad vantage of being able to concentrat the public attention on their perform ances In Ulster The Tory paper gave considerable space to the demon strations and Sir Edward CarsonI reporterInpapers publish accounts of the add tional sets of fierce persecution bj the Orange hooligans In Belfast and this rough translation of Carsons In citements to rebellion Into murderou assaults has damaged the Orange campaignThe unions in Englanl are especially revolted as the expulsion of Englishmen who are Liberals from all work in Belfast and the threat ened closing of Harland Wolff s gigantic shipyards may throw a crush- Ing burden on their funds whiCh al ready are much depleted y the big strikes this year On tho whole I find that Carsons performance has created little excitement In England and home rule now ly regarded by the Englishman in the street as a settled controversy and his threats of a hypothetical future rebellion are regarded with apathy and scarcely even with attention Winston Churchills unfortunate starting of a new political scare by suggesting Parliaments for York shire end Lancashire has done some harm This harm re gs first be x ullea 1LCeitk uNn list unity alarms the public opinion and secondly because many people seo in It the suggestion that Churchill con templates separate treatment for Ulster as u way out of the present difficulty In the home rule problem I have reason to feel certain that Churchill apoke only for himself and the Irish Nationalists certainly will give no countenance to a breakup of the national unity In Ireland and the abandonment of the National minor ity In Belfast to such tender mercies AS were recently dealt out to them by the Belfast hooligans wlUh the tacit approval of the Orange leaders It is also remarked that Cdrson was not accompanied In his campaign by any of the prominent English Tory leadersThe Laborites are ardent support ers of the home rule bill to a man and they have a strong party Interest in the other Ministerial measure for the reforming of the voting laws and above all they Ihate more than any other class the iniquities of the plural voting system The attacks on the Insurance act by the Tories and the unscrupulous use of the popular prejudice especially among the worklngmen by the Tory elec tioneers has begun to produce some reaction even among the Tories The chief objection among the working men to the act Is to the contributory principle and the advanced Socialists proclaim that this principle should be expunged and that all the expenses of tho insurance system should be paid by the State and the employer Many of the Tories are beginning to fight shy of the present mild cam paign against the act and already some of the Tory papers have begun to utter words of warning against the violence of their own friends Further damage was done to the antiin surance campaign by the publication of a secret Circular by the Orange organization which calls for a cam paign against the Insurance act in Belfast as a better weapon against home rule than attacks on the home rule bill Itself This candid confession on the one side of the unscrupulous dodges against the insurance bill and on the other of the indifference of English opinion of Ulsters screams against the home rule bill help further to discount both campaigns On the whole we approach the autumn session with firm faith In the power of tore Government to maintain in united action the different sections of the present coalition and therefore we have full faith in the power of the Government to force through home rule and the other measures pro posed But though tho end of the fight is certain It will be stiff andII prolonged and doubtless will be interrupted now and then by an attempt f the hotter headed Orangemen to educe the Imperial Parliament In England to the same level as theI Istlcuff and tin whistle Parliament of Hungary but wo do not mind these hlngs in England PARADE MOVING PICTURES c Those Who have not yet seen the mttvingpicturee of the great Catholic 1 Federation parade will have an op portunity to do so this evening at neThirteenth tOrpheum pittures thnmusicians of St Augut tines congregation Bishop ODon aghue was so pleased when he ea AIOldhamgranted Father Felten permission fo u IIsto see them here The admlssloi price will be ten cents Y M I Supreme Council Recommends New Form of Governmen- tSS Supreme Council of the Youn Mens Institute held at Santa Cru Cal was a most successful one the ia reports showing that the Y M was merging fast Into an order ol magnitude and power for beneficial results Following are the officer y electedSupreme PresidentRobert JBurke Louisville j Vice PresidentJohn J Lane Spokane Wash S Vice President P H Keefe Pittsburgh ssSecretarrO A Slinger Indian apolisTreasurers r J McCue Scranton PennI IBoard of Supreme Directors M J Scanlan Indianapolis A L Will y Frostburg Md I representethehome this week and from him it is I learned that many and important changes were made in the government of the society It was orderedi that the Supreme Council be abol Ished thus saving an enormous ex pense and in its stead there will be n Board of Control composed of five or seven members The three East ern Grand Councils Ohio Indiana and Kentucky will be consolidated into one body and California which has been suspended will be included In the Western division The trouble In California is due to the San Francisco councils who dominate In that jurisdiction The changes made will be submitted to all councils follow ing which there will be a meeting of the newly created board at Pitts burgh when the changes will be promulgated FRANKFORT tnig tiffGi n Ulhe tion Develops Spirited Contest At the regular meeting Monday night next Frankfort Council K of C will elect officers who will be installed at the first meeting in October A spirited but friendly contest is on for the offices of Grand Knight Deputy Grand Knight and Financial Secretary and while It would be hard to pick the winner in the two first named con tests it is safe to predict that the present efficient Financial Secre tary Louis T Schroff will easily be landed a winner Secretary Schroff Is now serving his second term His many friends throughout the State will be glad to learn that he has about recovered from the ef fects of a very serious operation which he underwent at St Josephs Infirmary about two months ago and during the past two weeks has been able to assume his duties PB Llllts who Is also rounding out his second term as Grand Knight has worked earnestly for the success of No 1483 giving much of his valuable time and efforts to further the Interests of the council Henry F Lutkemeler as Lecturer has ac complished a great deal during the past nine months and the council will make no mistake In giving him a justly deserved endorsement AtI the last meeting John R Sower ad dressed the council giving a graphic and eloquent description of his trip to Washington to attend the un veiling of the memorial to Chris topher Columbus James Heeney at the same meeting delivered a dis course upon his trip through Ire land which ho made a few months ago SPIRITED CONTEST I The different societies of St Louts Bertrand parish have entered a spir ited contest for the bazar to be given for that church next November and already much interest Is being taken in the work of preparation Some great bazars have been held by the Limerick congregation but it Is the intention of the Rev Thomas 8 1lcII Govern the prior to have this onecc surpass them all The societies thus far engaged are the Holy Name SoJ clety under the direction of the Rev i E A Baxter the St Thomas Sodality under the Rev O D Parent and tho Young Ladles Sodality under the RevR A LaPlante with Father McGovern having supervision overI all MAYSVILIiE TThe announcement of the coming marriage of Miss Mayme Diener daughter of Col George Diener and Terrenco Ma key son of pxShorlf Tames Mackey Was madeat St Pat f ricks church In Maysvilla on Sunday The wedding will occur on WednoaIj day October 9 Both have ti wide C circle of friends who will assist at thQ ceremony which will be one of th melt notable of the fall society J events In MaJlvUles S flt hes GUARDIANSe Not Adapted For Land QI the thew1t Brave- d1 Itete Their Proper Place Among then StlfUnclvilizeiltRaces Catholic Lives Freely Given in Defense of American Liberty STATEzLAf writer In the NOW York IrishAmerican1 withoutgloves r B andtheLibertAndthings that putsthorn to shame theoutcomegiven followinga at MethodIstchurchfollowsExCongressman chiefguardIanof fireeaters named the Guardians of Lib erty showedplainlyJohnsMethodist Uberty il OBBRsbelieve thechurchsay theleast of it worthy of the bitterest twell adherent of the Papist hating Crom followersl OnreadinghimselfInwf whlcbweboastwore gripofdarknessofJ waythroughIgnorancenndpreJudIce andscholarlyusbelieveamongthebygone our American civilization when men supposedly possessing a superior Quality of education and intelligence and vaunting In loud mouthed ofAmericanvenomouslylaunched zens of the Catholic tal h Shamee P loan f ctlon Ism and umblathehomewherethey Istheiruncivilized races of Africas unex plored interior where they could give full play to their savage in stincts What fiend incarnate possessed the man If man he be who In the sacred name of liberty attacks the church whose children have so valiantly shed their blood and freely gave their lives in defense of Ameri can freedom Let us but take for Instance the days of the Civil war when tho priests and Bishops of the Roman Catholic church in this coun try frjm off the altar and the pulpit preached to the manhood of their congregations that it was theirabounden duty to take up arms to uphold the Union and If necessary to die in Us defense and how nobly and well did the thousands of Cath olic men and boys answer the sacred call of liberty Their bones have bleached upon every battlefield from Fort Sumptor to Richmond Their blood has enriched the soil wherever the opposing armies met whether on Virginian fields or among the dismal swamps of the Carolinas and the cotton fields of Georgia at Antietam Malvern Hill and Chancellorsvllle in the valley of Shenandoah before the walls of Charleston Atlanta and Savannah Aye frpm Bunker Hill to San Juan Catholic blood has been spilled and Catholic lives freely given in defense of American liberty and It wasnt for the base narrow vile brand that those adcalled Guardians of Liberty advocate but a liberty of love honor and civiliza tion that had shed its light wherever man has set his foot Yea in ovary part of the habitable globe Let us Catholics take the vile ravings of this fanatic as a compliment rather than an insult to our beloved church It Is proof positive that her great strength Is a thorn that rankles In the side of those bigoted factlonlsts calling themselves the Guardians of Liberty without being cognizant of the fact that they are living centuries behind the time wherein they and their brand of liberty would find more fruitful soil and more congenial surroundings In all pity for their sad state vie will now consign them to the bowels of oblivion with their long defunct brethren of the A P A and all Joining in well loudly sing Onward Christian Soldiers Amen o- ttj t FATHER HODATP t p Rev Anthony Hodapp 0 M Cj recentlY ordained here by Bishop IDonaghue is now in Syracuse where he will be a professor in the tudents department of St Francis College ALUMNAE MEETING r The Alumnae Sqclety of Presentation Academy Fourth and BrQcfctjiI = ridge streets held its first fall meeting Monday afternoon at the acad my Quite a large numb were present and the meeting was both pleasant and interesting Others wIU ollow regularly during the cerater year uis rFI 1 1 KENTUOKYX SHAMERIOANf 1 KENTUCKY1 IRISH flMERlGflfi treted ta the Social cad Morel Advanceraetaent of Irish Americans and Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY bs BoUrtd it the LalirllU PoitoHIc ai SteoadClu flittir Ubell all Coaeoeealutlou tJo the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreei St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1912 BOOMERANG The wholesale distribution of the pesky little A P A sheet the Menace has proved a veritable boomerang to the narrowmIndedp bigots who Imagined that there would bo Indignation mass meetings on the part of Catholics resulting In an advertisement and an Increase In their Illgotten gains The Catholics handed them over to their Protestant friends who are ashamed of the part played by the editor Rev Theo C Walker who Is a castoff mInIster and who receives the munificent sum of 1250 per week for slandering Catholics and their religion Quite a on a par with Judas who sold ChrIst for thirty pieces of silver SUSTAINED President Taft has sustained Secretary Fishers action last Jnnu ary In revoking the order of former Indian Commissioner Valentine barring religious garb or Insignia from Government Indian SChOOlS The decision of the President Is tha teachers now employed In Indian schools may continue to wear the garb of their religious orders but the privilege is denied to any per sons hereafter entering the service This ruling will enable the Govern ment to fulfill Its obligations the President says to the teachers who were taken Into the Government service when religious schools were taken over bodily as Government Institutions Secretary Fisher holds there Is no legal prohibition against the employment of Government teachers who wear religious dress and that opinion Is indorsed by the President There are 2000 teacher In the Indian schools only fiftyone of whom wear religious garb i ULSTERS SOLEMN COVENANT The New York World not too frlondly to the Irish disapproves the policy of the enemies of home rule and thus refers to the Orange Ulster Is greater than the Bill h Parliament jjust as South Carolina was once greater than the Congress of the United States It has drawn up Its act of nullification In solemn covenant It pledges to refuse to recognize home rule The desperate F politicians who have Incited the Irish Unionists to Issue this formal threat of civil war no doubt count on great results when the home rule bill Is taken up again In the House of Commons They hope to frighten the country and Intimidate the Government Bdnar Law the Unionist leader and Sir Edward Carson the former Attorney Gen eral have openly preached rebellion to Ulster and the solemn league and covenant of the Irish Unionists is the direct fruit of their efforts To their former predictions of civil r strife they now add the threat of a religious war If bigotry and fanaticism alone were at the bottom of the antihome rule demonstration In Ulster its leaders might be excused though pitied but the men who have engineered It have delib erately appealed to religious passion and prejudice to further the end of a political party They are seeking to create a storm of religious Intol erance not In Ulster only but throughout England In order to embarrass and discredit the Liberal Government COMPARED As the Presidential campaign progresses between Wilson Roose velt and Taft the opinion is becoming general everywhere that the people undoubtedly prefer the New Jersey Governor for the high office to be filled by tho voters next November Wilson Is a high type of American and possesses all the qualifications requisite In a candidate for the Presidency He is cultured and practical He IB nearer the plain people than Roosevelt and Is more honest in his arguments to them He appeals to their judgment while Roosevelt appeals to their passions One is naturally a democrat while the other 1 Is a demagogue One discusses the i t lflin a rational businesslike i way while the other tries to throw dust in their eyes by foolish state f oJments on a subject of which he knows nothing accurately Wilson respects the courts and Congress Roosevelt dJesnot but aspires to be I a deer in a republic Taft has suf I fered from his environment Meaning a b do right he has been controlled t and dominated by a powerful coterie tot politicians in whom the people tl- a hay lost all oonfldeacd Hit politicale days are BWMlwrtd Honest Repub a n i licans everywhere disgusted witl both Rosevelt and Taft will vote fo Wilson In November SENATOR OGORSIAN Reviewing the political sltuatlo In the Empire State the New Yor World declares Senator OQorman is the only product of the 1910 victor In New York Jn which honest Democrats can take genuine pride He has been an honor to his part and an honor to the State Ho hay not only been an admirable United States Senator but he has been t clearheaded counsellor of pro gresslvo Democracy He is the mar who should be the leader of thE Democratic party In Now York Hr is a man who could giveshack tc the organization the character aul Intelligence it had in the days of Seymour and Tilden Unless the people petition for then the Hoard of Public Works should not be so fast in approving railroad switches and coal yards in the res idential districts The proposed switch at Thirtyfirst and Cheslnu streets will be no improvement te that locality and therefore it Is te be hoped the General Council wU not disregard the protest of thE property owners who are affected Heres where we agree with thE Evening Post According to somE of the leading evangelists It says evangelism is degenerating into commercialism but judging from thE methods employed by a few of thE professionals it is more on thE order of farce comedy The Wichita Catholic Advance iII to be congratulated upon thE excellence of its Cathedral dedication number It consisted of thirtytw pages of carefully selected and Inter esting matter and Is a souvenh worthy the diocese and city of Wichita The Catholic Advance makes this lf n Pff A man lolrtinim by the company he keeps a woma by the clothes she wears and th clothes she wears could be consld erably enlarged and Improved with out offending modesty I will do this and that if get in says the Colonel But wha a pesky little stumbling block that If Isl It has made many supposes great men sick to their stomachs Dont forget to register Unless you do you cant vote In the comin election or next years primari- esACTIVITY I win Mark Corning Wlntc Season of Mackln Council Activity will surely mark the fall and winter months of Mackin Coun cil Y M I If judged from thE proceedings at Monday nights meet Ing President Adams obligated four candidates and announced that ai Initiation would be held November 24 when it was hoped to receive into membership a class of 100 young men Members were reminded of tho complimentary dance to be given next Monday night for themselves and their lady friends which will be an enjoyable affair The Social Club announced a successful opening of its fall season Inviting the council- to attend the dance to be given next Thursday night This club also reported that arrangements were being made for a euchre party on November 7 at which some novel features vlll be Introduced Following the meeting Monday night the Literary Committee will complete its pro gramme of exercises for the winter months malting a complete report a week later RICHARD J WHITTY Richard J Whitty for the past ourteen years with the Big Store and me of the most experienced gentle tens furnishing goods salesmen In he city has severed his connection vlth that store to accept the position Ift manager of the furnishing goods apartment In the new Saplnsky othlng house that will open on ourth street within the next few eeks Dick has a host of friends ho will wish him success in his new told Ho loft this week for New ork to assist in selecting the stock Dr the new store- WHEItE JUNIORs STAND At a special meeting of Louisville lodge Junior Order of American echanlcB in a hall At Thirteenth i ad Market streets Monday night s joseyelt received fifty votes Debs J tree Wilson two Taft two and t vo independents were cast More I an 300 men and women were prey rt tt the meeting The LoutaTllle r erald the Bull Moose organs Is j tfcqrlty for the foregoing t 0 IS08D71I LM Donnelly of Covington arrived In the city Tuesday I Mrs J J Fahey of Parkland wll leave next week for Birmingham Ala Miss Annie OBryan spent 1 las week visiting the Misses Wickliffe a Bardstown Mrs James Fitzpatrick of Oak dale spent last week wlUhi relatlv at Colesburg D J McCarty and A J Grady o- ii Lexington were registered here thE first of the week r Mrs J A Brady St Matthews had as her guest this week her sls ter Mrs James Braxton of Orleans Ind t Miss Mary Breckel has been entero taming at mar home In St Matthew i this week Miss Louise Clark of New- portr t Mr and Mrs George Eady returned Monday from a weeks visll r to Mr and Mrs J T Nunn at Frank I fort t LMIss Bertha Berry South Slxt street had as her guest during thE past week MISs Mine Gruber o t Marydale Miss Margaret OBrien of St guestII I JefIMrs J H Haager and daughter Miss Edna Haager are In New Yor visiting Mrs Hangers daughter Mrs George A Moorel I Miss Irene McCabe of Crescent Hill Is In Chicago for a visit of soy I oral weeks with Miss Louise Smith who was her recent guest I Mrs Alexis Sdmlten gave amos1 enjoyable childrens party Tuesday al- I her home in the Highlands In hono r I of her son A J Schulten Wilbur Murphy of Plttsburg wh0 has been visiting Mrs K Murphy was honor guest at a dinner danc I given by Miss Edna Minogue William J Mulloy and bride who was Miss Veneda Weiss will retur- nextI week from their wedding triP and be at home to their friends I111- II Garvin Place Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ddnnhiu returnedII from a visit to their son and daugh terinlaw Mr and Mrs Fred Dona l hue in Covington Miss Anna May Everln Sout h Louisville arrived home last wee k from a two months visit to friend and relatives In tSt Louis FarlbauH Minn aul anJStLMrs I Zehnder has an 44nounced ngagem nt f h 1ltugnrerr leis IdaCZo n er l Lewis J Schuler The wedding wU 3 I take place in the fall Miss Florence OConnor West Wal nut street gave a farewell receptlo on Thursday evening In honor of MIt Llllie OConnor who has returned tI her home in St Louis t t Mrs John Glenn 1521 Wet I Broadway had as visitors for thE past week her cousins Mrs Marth Schott of What Cheer Iowa ani daughter Sirs J S Morrison c 3 Auburn III Mrs J Abby and three children of St Louis were hero on a visit this past week as the guests of Mr and Mrs John Pendergast TherE were several receptions In their honor during their stay John Shelley who has been in for several weeks with rheumatism and has been confined to his home 2701 Duncan street is reported iin Improved condition and It is thought he will soon bo able to be out wUlIentertain its friends and followers with a select dance at Utopian Hall next Thursday evening and tho ever Increasing popularity of this organi zation will serve to draw a banner attendance Mr and Mrs Thomas Muldoor have Just returned from their bridal tour and have gone to housekeeping at 1037 Seventh street Many of the grooms dyedinthewool bach elor friends have not yet recovered from his desertion from their ranks Mr and Mrs John T Fitzgibbon entertained at their home on South Sixth street In honor of their daughter Lillian the occasion being her birthday anniversary The fol lowing children were present Anna Wright Helen Wright Anna Louise Ross Emily Louise Van Overbeck AmellR1SnowI Lorine Murphy Mary Kathryn Cudehy Mary Kathryn Dignan MarII garet Digpan Lillian Fitzgibbon f Masters Eugene Henchey Cummings Raftery John Sheridan Dignan and Gibbon Cudehy I LAID TO REST Monday afternoon Oscar H Frey Jr 2711 West Market street peace fully surrendered his soul to its Creator Pulmonary trouble result lag from a cold three years ago was the cause of his death which Is widely regretted Before his illness j his life had been a busy and useful i one marked by many good works and benefactions Deceased was a I native of this city and Is survived by Ills widow formerly Was Annie j leader and one daughter Mary i J atherlne two years old His father I Dacar H Frey Sr three brothers Dr C19 Chester V and Percy Frey md one slater Mrs Arthur Forcht Iso B rvlveThe funeral Thursday ibrnlng at St Columbas church was and feted by Rev Father Kalaher ic nke preached a touching sermon and i eve the last absolution Thai ehnroh- n a G U 0II z fall GoodsReady I In Au- Departments at LEVYSI THIRD AND MARKET Where You- Alwaysi Get the Most i L Your Money I was filled with friends and relative t of deceased who offered their pray ers for the repose of his soul HAVE NO PART t t Church Outon Politics am Suffrage Says Arch bishop Ireland r Archbishops Ireland Glennon ant NatchezMiss CnI ICerens Ambassador to AustriaHun gary arrived in St Louis Saturdajy I atIArchbishop Ireland salt to the reporters Iii We cant afford to give much at tentlon to suffrage now becausE there are too many big questions tc greatsthings r for Instance That Is the Importam thing before the people now TherE te I Is no movement In the church to In dome any certain candidate and j there is onlyon prelate whoso politi cal views are known to me A broad smile bestowed with thE LF q 09l 1trn IreIt COMEDY AT WALNUT I The story of The Country Boy I 3 great fomact comedy of city life with o a country name which will be 1 resent ed for the week at the Walnut be I Character R In The Country Boy ginning with a matinee tomorrow is based upon the familiar Incident of r inrget away from what IIho considers the limitations of his I i forhimselfj metropolis Tho leading figure In the play 1Is one of those characters fired by the lure of tfoo city Ho abandons la charming home a good mother and dear little sweetheart and strikes out boldly for New York City thereto gather In the fame and fortune he feels sure awaits him But his ex perience and life become complicated and makes a story of real Interest MEMORIAL relatives death occurred September 14 the sincere sympathy of a wide circle of friends is extended Miss Hartnett was a most exemplary young lady whose dally life was a shining example of Christian womanhood Her Ii kindly genial manner won for her i a host of friend who deeply mourn i her death May her soul rest In peaceDINNER j AND AUTO PARTY Thoma QuInn the well known West End barber entertained Sunday at his Some 1832 Portland ave sue with a stag dinner la honor r William KierN lot Memphis who EhJo GLORIOUS REVIVAL OF THOROUGHBRED SPORT AT IMPl ID PLANT OF DOUGLAS PARK JOCKEY LUB MONDAY SEPTEMBER 16 SATURDAY OCTOBEF EIGHTEEN DAYS RACING FEATURE VENTS II STAKE I HandicapBeecbment SellingAutumn SellingBoelerard Prospect Stakes Handicap Cardinal Stakes RACING HnndicappcrCHARLES Course1VJ F II Steward Racing Commission WALNUT ST THEATE t Starting Sunday Matinee Sept 21 Laugh With the Laugh Producers The Country Br Edgar Selwyns Satire on New York Great White Way Produced b Henry B Harris in a most artistic at styleFirst at popular prices Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mat nees 2S- cNights and Sunday Matinee 25c 35c SOc SHUBERT MASONIC Monday Tuesday Sept 30 Octs MATLNEE TUESDAY First Regular High Class Attraction of Season Matined All Lower Floor 1 Balcony 75c ande OSCAR HODGE Presents Neil OBrieiAND HIS GREAT AME- RICANMINSTRELS1 Tfie biggest best and and foremo minstrel organization in the world ThompsonThe Detz e Wood Alexander Jack McShane Major Nowak j Fontaine Georgia Hagen W E Wheeler Walt Lindsey Doran and Strong and 50 others SHUBERT I 3 Days Thurs Fri Sat Oct 34 MATINEE EVERY DAY This Is One of Big Shows a n little Prices 1 KStts+ V2tMiri aloes=1020t The play that startled ill New York CONFESSIOI a By Junes HaltickRild h A modern uptodate play from a sn cessful run at the Bijou Theatre Ne treatedNThe number of curtain calls wou I SunMadees Well calculated to Intensify N Y Con mercialNo powerful has pulpitNJournalA Superb cast of Metropolitan Players Magnificent Production SEATS NOW ON SALE AT THE BOX OFFICE Gttas ft Roger ea BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIE To suit every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of tidr kind In the city Beaks Magazines and Religious Articles or VBaY DJCSCHZPTIOW 434 West Jefferson Street THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Emkaliir TELEPHONE 365 Alt nightCarrtaga 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