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PATRONIZE Second aid XXIXNO 16 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 191912 PRICE FIVE CENTS I NAZARETH Impressive Ceremonies 11lark Weeks Centennial Cclc bratlon Sisters of Charity nccehe R1C8 tug of tho Holy Fatherhi Church Dignitaries tend Noted People Pay Their Homage ONE HUNDRED YEARS SERYI I within her ye 1 With 150 guests arable portals Monday morninII the l Nazareth Academy oferarynndthe south formally entered up her week of centennial celebrationI A Pontifical high mass with the Rev Patrick Walsh of Louisville celebrant ImpressivelY lna rat the memorial ceremonies In ti wesanctuarythe Right Rev Archbishop S p- FathofOConnell of DardetOwn and 1 Rev Father Davis chaplain of- U areth After the mass the Re Bishop Maes of Covlngton made an I Impressive CFollowingaddres to the alumnae I mony the alumnae mustered fro l nearly every State In the Union a yourned to the spacious auditoria m for the exercises of the annual meet IIIK of their association Mrs T McKenna President of the Nazareth Alumnae gracefuly opened and presided I over the session Her remarks asrioteho most venerable and much loved li Ing pupil of Nazareth Mrs Emi Tarleton Snowden of Louisvillel class of 1848 Mrs Snowden was present but owing to her indisposition she delegated the reading of h witty address to another silver crowned and distinguished pupil spaldlnglllotI I I Mary Foslck of Alabama then Pr seuted the alumnae address where were reminiscence happily loyalty blended fine As IdealismI11I gift for their Alma hao In the past few years idt room for higher research work O 11 the part of the alumnae Mrs Kate Spalding next formally presented to Nazareth this handsome w 1 i equipped addition to the alrea I spacious Institution Following M j Spaldings remarks reports a greetings were then delivered to this aged mother of many children by delegates from several branch academiesOne 11 the most impressive InclII dents at the banquet that followed was the presentation to Nazareth a beautiful birthday gift of originalI royal bestowal This was a handsome I ring given by Louis Phillip pe to Bishop Flaget who in turn I hadI11I passed it to former Spalding whence It has descended the present Archbishop Spalding of Peoria who bestowed It upon hiD t sister Mrs Kate Spalding who nowts presents it to Nazareth on the renowned institutions centennial It SIXItfenI Impressive ur aced the second day of famous oldI iI Nazareths centennial week Wedn es day Archbishops Bishops and nea 200 priests front every diocese the United States represented the special guests gathered to do honor tothe Institution and in parucu lnr to Its founders Bishop Flag Bishop David and Mother Catherine Spalding A scene of especial sol enmity was that in the cony t chapel when the exercises of the began with Pontifical high mass sung by Bishop Hartley of Colum bus Ohio In the sanctuary were two Archbishops three Bishops I their rich vestments of episcopal I purple assisted by priests dear o I and subdeacons whose chasub and surplices repeated the tones oft tho centennial and Papal colors the gold purple and white lending notesI of much richness and beauty N- and transept were also an impress scene occupied as they were l priests from every diocese In United States garbed in the bl cassocks and white surplices tf I secular clergy the brown habits of Franciscans Dominican black andI white and the Trappists monastic white habits I At the conclusion of the mass eloquent address of felicitation I made to the Society of Nazareth by the Right Hev Bishop ODonagh of Louisville Bishop ODonag t I I congratulated the Sltsers on t century of faith and good works l crowned by magnificent results ofI the present when in academies pltals parochial schodls orphanages thacommounltyc9ntlnues I Kentucky wilderness of 100 ye I BIshopODonaghue I I and founders of Nazareth th noted French ClergYBIShOP Fla and Bishop David who In a- cabin of a century ago laid the foundations of the spacious edificeI of todayIFollowing iBlJbop ODonagh I addreetf Bishop Mass of Coving mead to tile altar with his crosier tni mitre f yml ote of his office i 1 delivered1k l i t M r 0 I I l 1 KENTUCKY IRISH t AMERICAN IIVOLUME received by cable The message contained the cordial approbation of Pope Plus X and his blessing on the venerable community of today and tomorrow After Archbishops Bishops and priests passed In long artisticftIc little Gothic church they were Invited to the banquet hall There a feast of beauty and bounty await themAfter the sumptuous repast the Vicar General of the diocese Father 9Cronin rose to the duties of toast PopePiusj year given the Society of hth s approbation In a formal Sancti the society having formerly been merely a diocesan order To t toast Bishop Flaget Bishop 0D lIen aghuo responded Bishop David Father Davis then memorialized fIn a dedicatory poem Mother Cattier and her successors were eulogized Inh phHogarty SisterCEblea 0 TeelingLynn the BostonDlshop enThe Old Century otletters also read from Mgr Falconl of the BorizanoIGibbons of Nasl 1 NoSt Louis patrogni andeday at St todayvI servants of Nazareth their children andj grandchildren and next SVednesdPOctober 22 will bo a day = ofdherthe to Join This will close the exercises of thegreatest centennial celebration In t history of Kentucky YELCUillEeI Vilys Its Division 1 A O H LierDlvlsfr atIa meeting as that on 1 1et Tuesday night The Increased at ofinfl Illci i ordPresidenter chge- land created much by stating that three more candidates mgnIUn am Doran and James Dutan were ported still sick but Improving 9t I President presallentPredy1Is heartyrsPresidentIon splendid condition and members and after outlining the policy of the 11new administration made an earn Ieatm for the support of every me her In increasing the strength and ThetwouldIorganizet new divisions and double the mem bershlp of the old ones thus plat Kentucky in the front rank of Hiber Tamtoeuchre and lotto party to be gi by Division 1 The committee wo have all the arrangements cocpleted trlbuted when tickets would bee IOCTOmm BRIDES IMr Catherine Heffren an herrMarcellaInells Joseph otte The wedding will be solemnized I Wednesday morning October 23 St receptetp m the residence of the brides moll 1219 Pope streetrAntoindayefts JKrebs will be solemnized on Tues morning October 29 at St Boniface church the Rev Sinus dlaLeoItheIFleeMisstgroom will be the maid of honor After breakfast for the immediate fathe flyeor Johnthe L BrarkenI Drennathen Jam Brennan OhioIi son DSissoueiHue b hardwasw p1 iin the near future ofhueNew theheirdaugh ter Miss Clara Marie Ott and Clarerfco redhoem1 Ing October 29 at St Marys chu SUCCESSars theIStoeoLouis Hagatvan waylog suc spacious1St adTimebyItwtono ard In New Maven Rev Father Will tam elatedtoover h he I wkfelion u d WILSON Looks I lkc One Best Bet In tho Coming Presidential edflare Drift Away From Roosevelt Be coming More Noticeable Dayon UothIDue For Record Breaking lInJoltIcMIn SCHEMINGI i IN SCHOOL RAGE With the election only two v- itafrom next Tuesday and forecasts and straw vet taken all over the Democracy gives promise rT sweeping the country andf the election of Wilson pad Marshall1 ewby one of the largest majorities Taamost noticeable change has been steady drift away from ts Jwhich was checked slightly by h Injury of Monday and then moat from sympathetic reasons but s J pathy Is never a permanent iigu isIn political campaigns and on No vember 5 the Progressive party wj i probably finish a bad third The bo no gainsaying the fait that l Taft has gained ground i I last two weeks many of the Pr i gresslves flocking back to the G I P ranks having become disgust theeBull Mosers and this return slams I will give Taft enough strength I eat Roosevelt easily but not to head oft the magnificent lead of Wilson An attempt has been made by IntOItheanIlagonlzlng1 on Catholic ons simply fairness and nothl rat Ii else On the other hand some ha attacked Gov Wilson claiming th he was unfair on religious IfospeciallyEdward ACrelghton great grand- nepheW of Count John A Crelghto- ofounder of creighton Untveraft I le an enthusiastic Wilson Aft foraduatingt varsity he became a student at ftlncA dl1rtDi iWO inafitreu Mrereighton saId Woodrow WJlson is all right He a plain approachable bigheart man and thoroughgoing Democrat in all his ways The students at olda itsassau I repgareliuS breadth and fairness were i teatIIj I In tho manner In which he respect j and safeguarded the religious bell Ts I lof the students We Catholic be remember how Insistent he was I 0111 attending mass every Sunda He not only gave us every faclli I thatg AeItrr provided a system by I jlist of the names of all Catholic 11students personiIwho stood at the church door and the names as the lode This list was returned the next day to the university and if U appeared therefrom that any ludo had remained away from mass he was sent for at once and n reason I demanded But the whole thing w done In such a gentle and kindly w that the delinquent young man nev otlnnutthe se asionI oftof extendterd every denomination in the university Yes you bet I am for Woodrow Wilson thergratifying the I Caf1Campaign Comm ILw expectingE 1IeII comsvery pleased with the inaitsrtrlbort ability as an or ganlzer I A certain element here composed endeavorsn I I localsout anm JfessrsStrotherf thereavehas midookowe themace for work AapReports submitted at the conven BenAssociation off t membershiprch useher Amtheone reducing the age limit from olght to sixteen years Tho next triennial convention will be held at Toledo Ohio GREAT HOLY NAJE0 BAWDY I The annual rally of the Holy Name rsocletlesof the Cincinnati arcbdlb rasa will fake place In Cincinnati to morrow afternoon and will be a + great demonstration This rally i prbmlees to be a magnificent displayI by the Catholic men of Cincinnati and vicinity of their rnerellcefor r tJ- o 1 the Holy Name and the iafththat is1 in them The procession will be 1 in charge of Grand Marshal Edward Sweeney and will form at Race and Seventh streets A temporary altar will be erected on the steps of tite Cathedral and after an address by Rev John F hickey benediction will be given in theppen air by Moe Rev Archbishop Henry bloop- erSICKLES K t stersVeteran Connection WithJGuardians of Liberty NTheI planatory It wak addressed by Gen Daniel Sickles td Charles D Hahne- residentP of the uardlans ot LI- OTty 9 My Dear Hares I am in receipt of your favor of this date Since th ameeting In John street and the d nunclatlons of the Catholic church which were heard there there can thkstharee churchesi I am unwilling to be associated with any society that 1a proscriptive and denunciatory towards any religious sect In my estimation aU reUglous worthyhereapect of I are our onetsi oft whlYI 0I personally now nI durlnreC j war Were among our most loyalll j and patriotic citizens I had Catell relolic Chaplains in the Third Army Corps who were among the brave Iand ana0 I likewise had II UQuadianadecision to resign is from j grednr Very sincerely yours D E Sickles ratAto3EOENT DEATHS hadeadOfaj ome ofh r sister Mrs Eliza Car rol 1125 South Seventh street Her only near relative was her sister with whom she fiade her home Her funeral took plfice i ar3llngcig4l rereaxtThe funeral ef I CtSrd took plat 1 Monday morning from St Cecilia B church and was friendsn3 yeaYra IU dI rd 3019 Bra Kl street to who 1aI I ndSY J dertholr lreartfe tSympathy deep and wide is for fifewife and family of Jo Phelan who was released from earthly suffering on Tuesday nedmember of Division 4 A O H H funeral was held Thursday morning from St Louis Bertrands church of which he had long been a member edFuneral services over the remar lieyPatrickon iiyamtyrespect Deceased was widely known In the West End and the news of his death was everywhere received with expressions of regret Mrs Theresa Davis Wade aged 0rats44 Twentysixth street following an attack of meningitis brought on hratfected by the heat six weeks ago andjhad been ill for some time She l o Wadayir heerlId Thursday morning from St Charles church Sirs Mary Broderlok widow of wJllknownMonday morning at her home 420 East Mali street She was In her seventyfifth year and had been a sufferer from heart trouble for some- timet Mrs Broderick is survived by Jjone daughter Mrs Russell Gates ith whom she made her homd Her funeral took place Wednesday mornt W ofhichmost faithful members ItsThe funeral of Mrs Annabel Mueller wife tDr A B Mueller 1123 South Fifteenth street was churchWednesdayj deaththemother j parIshonerj j ryMuehe1ry toand five brothers Thomas Robe i Lawrence and John all of this city LakeCitynostatercademyotlj Hers ItwassortrotJW of demise w TAKES BRIDE eenThe marriage pf Edward West and Miss Qracp P Wohner was sol emnlzed early Tuesday morning at ofNewSrformed RedfordaWJddlngbrof the brides parents Mr and Mrs John Wehaer and Mr and Mrs WtdepartedIforKentuck to visit 1IOtohnuaekeafter their return home a L- Ja h UNDENIABLE Catholic Church Stands For Letbrbionic Was Here Before the Great John Wesley Was Born ot For An Instant Weak Iin Its Love For Tills Countryb WHAT THE CHURCH HAS DONE J Rev P Duffy D D presents i the last number of the Cathol World the following beautiful and true tribute to tho Catholic church apropos of the ridiculous resolutions passed at the recent Methodist convention The Catholic church is no new centgreatII a justly man was borni and before Methodism was everI alllI was ks before Protestantism in any form was invented The larger paW settledl patioddl it charters of religious liberty were anted by the Catholic governorMLord Baltimore in overnor Dongan in New York merican Catholics performed an honorable part In the War of Indej ndof aid two foreign Catholic powers Our church in this country has always been a patriotic church and a darno longtimeInstant weak in its love for Amer During the course of years accession from Kingruled and it has made these new the most intense and loyal devotees to Aunerlcan ideals of u bert 1 The Catholic hurch is in the shrlnkldI proleIta us forsomtjjmgii lf abrjef It u uf expressedtin Ines StatHeesch the1schm t ennient and betterment which is n alien to them when they land on our shores thus holding them to their moral practices while instilling into idealsd of all ai it1sadvocad s upi sectarian strife It makes heroic sacrifices for the religious educationi of its children the future citizens of 1 i Itslaborsr human misery and has the power of- calUng t especiallyj altruism which makes one proud th neat suchheightsi whothreatenreligiontheI almost alone in the fight for t preservation of the American home mostpenetratingI I force at work for the maintenance principlesprudence temperance and breadth of view which comes from nineteen centuries of experience with applytheI one findsactivity enterprise ability to meet bestAmerIcaass Ij I highsCrises ariseInreputationssuffer afinancial a reputationienotgainsayBISHOP BUYS COLLEGE CityKan I by i Hennessy of Wichita The props consists considerationandtortyI fracttton I buildingsOnerooms will be remodeled for fortyfive a I cesan hospital The other l dl very much larger In dimensions w be devoted to college purposes It Is I V ImmedlJatelyJ laterSouleunsucIcessfulnttemptMethodist college ITALIAN WEDDING A brilliant wedding In wh Itallaqsociety of Louisvillegreat interest took place SVednes morning atst Michaels abutch i Brook street when MiM Annie E ofCouDcllan met of oiGgeparQlrwilopeceremony The rlth a p n ti nuptial mass celebrated by the Rev Father Daniel Leone of Milwaukee uncle of the bride who was assisted by Fathers Erie Wlllett and Martin OConnor pastor of St Michaels The church was profusely decorated for the occasion and an augmented choir sang the woes Miss Jennie one of Milwaukee a sister of the ide was maid of honor and Andrew Glacalone a brother of the groom was best man The attend ants were Miss Victoria 0lacalone MaymeMcGIntytopher Evola Master Willie Hassel I1UssesJosephinef AuntGetttineBI anDuchesseveningGermania offriendscongratulations CANONIZATION for SnisofProvidence In This Country A board of which Bishop Silas Chatard of the Inndlanapolls dlo rcese was Chairman has completedI the compilation of evidence askedI for by the Vatican on which Is to be based the canonization of Mother Theodore foundress of the order of the Sisters of Providence in the United States The board sat at St MaryoftheWood the mother houseI the order on the west bank of theI abash above the city of Terre Haute Ind The site was a fors when Mother Theodore and five sis ters came from France in 1840 to tablish the order in this countr other Theodores canonization w recommended two years ago by ae eral of the higher members of the hierarchy in the United States Ita slow process and final action will not be taken for several years Mother Theodore was Mile Quart n daughter of an officer under Brlttanyt Bruteofloner to France to get some of t cornitmunity in his diocese which then NorthwestTerritory andfiveHavtos slppi and the Ohio and by stage from the Ohio to presentrs had boon liberally educated in the ragarts and had come from homes of culture and refinement 4 CORPSIn Splendid Record of Sur GeorgeofToneyG At the head of the Medical Corps of the United States army today Is ytoJ ithisImportant aCatholicJ nded appointedtoand Assistant Surgeon June 26 1875 Just five years after he was promoted a Captain On Juno 6 1894 he became Major and Surgeon and on August 6 1903 Lieutenant Colonel and Deputy Surgeon Genoa He was promoted to Colonel on April 23 1908 and on January 14 1909 he attained his present rank and retiremente of Gen OReilly During Gen Torneys thirtyseven years of service he has performed duty in all parts of the United States and the Philippines He was high commended for his efficient arvi during the San Francisco earthquake AllGen Torney is a member of Matthews pariah Washington thEII I I I every tacitly for performing the most delicate operations MACKIN COUNCIL forMackin Council spent most ofttime at the meeting Monday night boosting the euchre and lotto party that the young members will give at the club house on November 7 They will spare no time nor pains to make this surpass any that has been organlzatlartyon a prizes nt Adams announced that six teams had entered the basket ball league that progress was being made andII I organizing the literary society Social Club Invited the members and wh1illt ch young people of the West End a are very enjoyable JBLUEGRASS NUITIALS r atrSt 1 marrl ceremony the contracting parties b ing Miss Mary F McKenna and Inbio B Earle Tho brideelect Is the daughter of Lawrence McKenna t j hograduatedngla1chnd st Dr ofdayDa son Springs He is a graduate from KentuckYbelltalas of 1908 and la now connected QarbondalJl1 i r Jnt ierr0 us EAT ROSA BREAD UNION MADE Labels Redeemable itKIrby 5 and lOc Store A I TRIUMPH i Ends Hope That the Tories Will Overthrow Govern ment Liberals Win Closure Debate and Squelch Attack on the IICiulUccllor Disappointed Orangemen Post RowdydOutbreaksA HOME RULE BEFORE CHRISTMAS apprehensionReviewing s cannotbringAustria a fieldndOConnorthus tset presentin owntiercepassionwitha war without quarter on one side or determined 4 every other recourse to pass thehome rule bill by ChrIstmas while thatIUlster will make civil war The Gov withstevery since Parliament reas dIdcY comparativelyI Asvbyeverythatiscarried by theCommons before Christmas and into a law during the lifetime of thepresent Parliament A further sign of the present temper of the Liberal party is that the ti attendance is splendid for from the theheeverymember ment building Percy Illlngwortb signalizeshIs situation orCommonswhichloydGeorgemonths and alqg by calling off every pu eetJMk1n the next two w the House does not sit The Labor members still are com pelled to send some of their numbers qut of London to settle trade dls putes and to attend labor confer ences but otherwise they show equal ardor with the Liberals and Irish to ttendevery sitting and support the overnment on every division The debate on the closure resolution went steadily in favor of the Govy ment and the Orangemen djpointed their rabid supporter jpostponing their rowdy out and removal by the police A The triumph in the home i bate was followed by the d defeat of another oven njmidable campaign against tlernment For months tiljournalistsj and politicians J slnuated that Chancellor George and Rufus Isaacs t ney General have gained of pounds by speculations I whichalpassed through an epo gambling spell This founded largely on the f brotherF of Isaacs le the the Marconi company an Marconi compahy had got av contract from the Government 1 Herbert Samuel the Postmastef theselyeverycoassailant speechless and swept the Liberals with a storm of anger clad toStoverHethrow the Government by convicting them of corrupt practices and Lloyd George once more smiles at the malignant Impotence of his innumer able and powerful enemies to destroy him and the Liberal Ministry SUSTAINS TERRIBLE INJURIES heDarting from behind a Broadway street car in front of the Gayety Theater Jefferson street near Fourth Raymond Bosler twenty years old son of Nio Boslor man ager of the Tyler Hotel crossed the path of a rapidly moving motor truck of the Ahrens i Ott Manufacturing Company Wednesday afternoon Two wheels of the truck passed over the la Inla a p his loft leg was broken above the r tohelimbadNAMED FOR OUR BISHOP Rev Father R 0 Ruff until recently assistant prlfest at st citywiPatricksearrangements for tho building of tho Catholic church at West Point and work will begin at once The new fawcompliment to the Might Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of tho diocese The church property fronts upon the thewbest producing gas wells in thlSj territory It is thought by the Building Committee that thenchurch will be finished sad ready to religious service not later than ChrHitma D n- U U r 1 KENTUOK iii ii AMERKOu KENTUGKYt 1 t IRISH flMEKIGflN laraie4 tto the Soda and Moral AdraBceraemeat of Irish Americana and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY h IRISHu AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY se Entered N tile L ul vlIU Pottofflc ae SrcOodCUs clatter iddresi all Coamaalcatloai to Ute KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Green St UNION TRADES urntt- i COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 1912 t DEMOCRATIC TICKET T q i FOR PRESIDENT AVOODKOW WILSON OF NEW JERSEY P FOR VICE PRESIDENT THOMAS R MARSHALL OF INDIANA DASTARDLY With the entire Christian worli we rejoice and give thanks to Goi that the dastardly attempt upon th life of Col Theodore RoosevelIt proved futile So much space ha been given the cowardly deed th a repetition would be out of place I11 these columns The latest advice are that the Colonel will t though he may be detained in Mercy Hospital at Chicago for another week It was noted that o of his first acts after being place under the care of the Sisters in th Mercy Hospital at Chicago was send for a Catholic priest who been his associate and old friend il the army Catholic feeling wa forcibly expressed by CardinalI Farley and Gibbons who felt dee regret and horror at the attempt assaslnatlon Cardinal Gibbons saidlI It Is a shame it is humlllatin for the people of this country th such a state of affairs should exi- a as to bring about such attacks I makes us feel as if we are lower n ourselves in the eyes of the It Is about time that a stop be pu to such conditions America CaL not afford to stand disgraced as will stand disgraced if such sal and wretched manifestations of th Insecurity of human life continue to exist I sincerely hope that M r Roosevelt will soocover EFFECTIVE The Kentucky Irish American has aroused the wrath of the narrow minded minister editor of the Wes- Sern Recorder who reiterates hi knowingly false charges and want to submit them to a tribunal of hi bwn choosing His position Is thin and the kind words spoke Catholics by other Baptist cations Have evidently set him Lin a reply to our taking him i he concludes with the follow ich shows his caliber as iII Jn and minister of the gospel meantime we thank God an d rage that no Catholic pape r copied what it construed a8 ent from our columns into generally will than k there is not such anothe lIshed in their name The o Western Recorder Is its imnatlon MOMENTOUS DThe British Parliament reassem bled last week for the mos t momentous session so far as Ire land is Concerned that has ever meat t Westminster During the next few months the fate of tho homeI rule bill will be decided If theI leaders of the Liberal party keep their pledges and if the rank an the prove loyal to their partyant- here seems no reason to eithernothing can stop the home rule bill The Government has the necessary majority to force the bill through the Commons In face of any opposition or attempted obstruction So far as one can gather the Cabinet has not been Influenced In the least by the recent harlequinade In Ulster That It will yield to the clamour of the Orange lodges Is Incredible A Cabinet that would show weakness In face of such a campaign as the Carflpnltes have carried on would be politically damned even If It had not to count with the solid Irish party prepared to use Its force If posslb1etreason signed the Orangemen will meeKly accept home rule their opposition and covenant being no more serious than their grim declarations during years long past JATJIOMO TEACHING u During his recent Western trip Cardinal Gibbous preached In the J 1S touchlnglerelijon IdII U ntJo St who plans must work together The hand does not act without the eye nor the foot without the brain So all the various elements of society must be as separate parts of the same mechanism Interdependent upon one another The man who accumulates great wealth must al ways have some one associated with him or he can not be happy Heaps of gold mean nothing to the social outcast The love and respect of man ID mightier than wealth The millionaire who Is without It is poorer than the stoker who tends his furnace When the multitude I appreciates this principle the nation and Christendom will be as full of bloom as the Garden of Eden and d heaven and earth will be as one To- emy d mind America stands for great charity and brotherly love This is lit nation of Samaritans The fellow LS atlinI distress is quickly helped on thin s side of the oceans And it is my prayer that in the little as In the soeahelI Cardinal Gibbons was pleased and proud of the prosperity and pro gresslveness of Kansas whose peopl- ne were busy and apparently as happy d as could be When asked to speak le Cardinaltotod answered njj The catholic church glories iinl the prosperity ot the nation It fIE s the business of the church to make Is not only good but efficient citizens Our creed encourages patriotism and loyalty to good government and resentment of tyranny of every sort Sedition Is frowned upon because iit atis against the common government stand therefore sinful Thrift and in Itdustry union and brotherly love and Iga general striving toward a bette- d r biggertnation are among the principles tt taught our children Ie d HOLDS NO PLACE Patriotism holdc no place In the creed of Socialism and therefore iit Is not surprising that the jtepre ontaup nfr T speeCh1lnwar on which hung the fate of the nation was nothing more than a atthe North and those of tne South Neither religion nor patriotism- s neither God nor county will be allowed to enter Into the scheme of statetof which the comrades dream These facts are becoming more generally known each day with the result that men are everywhere turning from a party that would if successful place this country in a worse position than any the world has ever known The man who loves this country will not become a Socialist y While it is not asserted that the increase in criminality in all Ger many is due to the spread of Socialism it Is declared by students of figures that they do show that Socialism has failed to prove in Germany at all events that It is equal to or an adequate substitute for religion as a moral and law en forcing factor in the welfare of a nation I It is an unconscious tribute to our religious faith says the Pitts burgh Observer that nonCatholics thedofdI teacht ings we shall not disappoint them in their expectations OMILAWD Again Woodrow Wilson while In Chicago this week showed his real leanings by leaving his hotel to go to St Marys rectory to dine and wino with the prieststhe Paullst priests at that The Paullsts are the proselyting priests you knowWat i Sons MagazineSAnd now Brother Woodrow has been dined and wined at the Paul I lot rectory In Chicago Omllawd I Will Rome ever weary of her hell bent machinations Of course the veiled allusion to the wine at table is a bare baldluscloua IetupponcewhetherHowever the Paullst Superior In theCatholic f America and Mr Wilson whatever l else his faults Is known In private 1 and public life alike as the most observethatpertinency to little Tommy Watsons mendacious fjlng Catholic Ad ti VanceI trlf PRAYER i qlopatest faith and fcnowledit ev 4- rc I floeiv lMiss Julia Malone has returned from a visit to Covington Miss Florence Filcher left yester day to attend school at St Marys Miss Bessie Burns has been visit ing Miss Lillian Wilson in Nashville Clem A Ellert was among those from this city registered last week In Frankfort Miss Bertha Ford of South Louis ville spent last week visiting friends at Paris Tenn Mrs Jennie Sullivan has been spending a week in Cloverport visit ing Mrs H A Oolze Miss Mayme Kelly 2505 West Broadway entertained her bridge club past Saturday evening Mrs Katherine Kearns has been visiting in Bardstown the guest of her aunt Mrs John Spaulding Miss Anna Blanche McGlll has been attending the centennial cele bration at Nazareth Academy William Leary and wife of South Louisville are on a three weeks visit to Hot Springs and Texas Miss Margaret Murphy of Port land has returned from a weeks visit to friends at Eckerty lad Harry Bowling had for his guests the past week his sisters Misses Lura anll Estelle Bowling of New Hope Arthur Griffin Is expected to ar rive soon from Panama to visit hIs aunt Mrs J If Riley of 316 0 street Misses Margaret Guy and Margaret Ford of Portland left Sunday JohneBurke J A Kelly and John J Tierney were among those from this city so journing at West Baden during the past week Mrs Martin Donahue has returned to her home in Crescent Hill afte a protracted visit to friends in Wash Ington City Mrs Samuel W Boardman of Evansville Ind is here on a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs John J Rellly of 714 Zane street Miss Catherine J Hines who has been ill for the past week at her residence 1023 Sixth street is im proving and will soon be able to be out Mr and Mrs Julius Klein of the Highlands have I returned from Washington where they went with Miss Margaret Klein who entered school thereII I Miss Nan McCanh of Jefferson yule who luwdin vl IUrig lnIn- Isazgv sister Mrs Frank Griffithat Columbus Ind Fred T Heffernan President of the West Chestnut Democratic Club Is celebrating the arrival ofa little girl at his home Both mother and child aro doing well The Young Mens Social Club composed of the younger set of Lim erick has established quarters at 717 Oldham street with club rooms newly furnished and decorated Mrs C H Blandford of Central City who has been spending a few days with her sister Mrs James Breathitt on East College street left Tuesday for Nazareth to visit friends Mrs Rebecca Kowonburghe who was last week the guest of her sister Mrs Ella Johnson at New Haven has been spending this week visiting her daughter Mrs Ben Johnson at Bardstown Miss Katherine Hines will leave November 7 for Philadelphia to be the guest of Miss Minnie Bomer and later to visit Miss Margaret Dempsey Miss Hines will remain In the East until after Christmas Ij I William Shively and bride who wan Miss Harriet Price will reside at 4002 Grand boulevard where they are receiving their friends They were married last week Rev Father John OConnor performing the cere mony Miss Genevieve Agnes ODonnell of New Albany and Louis 0 Hen dershot of Louisville were married at Holy Trinity rectory Tuesday afternoon The Rev Charles Cur ran the rector performed the ceremony Miss Aline Clifford 62B Twenty first street left last Saturday for San Diego Cal where she will make her future home She will reside with her aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs William Watts former res idents of this city oj Mr and Mrs John J Sandman I have announced the engagement of 1 their daughter Miss Margaret J Sandman to Michael W Dickman Their marriage will be solemnized j November 12 and will be one of the fall weddings In which society will t lake much interest In the presence of many of their t rlends the marriage of William P c Stein and Miss Lillian Russell was solemnized Wednesday morning at y loly Trinity church New Albany i- R Iil Lev Father Curran performing the ceremony Both bride and groom are popular and the best wishes of relatives and acquaintances follow hem into their wedded life j g A muchly enjoyed event of last a reek was the farewell reception 1- larty given by Miss Katherine Jlfnrhll- pty for her nephew Wilbur Murphy Ph before his departure for PIttsburgt T njong those present were Missesop l 0 Adele Murphy Eileen McCormick Edna Mlnoguo Katherine Kilkenny Winifred Donovan Kathleen McCor mjek Jean MUrphy Mary Alice Floor Loretta Murphy Messrs Andrew McCormick Walter Whitman Kinks Murphy Buell Henry Edward Barrett Herman Rader Timothy Murphy Arthur Haragan The wedding of Miss Rose Herbst to Walter Ernwine was solemnized Wednesday morning at 9 oclock at St decllias church with a nuptial mass celebrated the pastor Rev Father Brady Miss Maud Herbst was the maid of honor and Miss Josephine Sullivan was the brides maid William Casey was the best man a dthe following were the ushers John Will Robert Ernwine Henry Kerburg Joe Ross and George Gruber The ceremony was followed by a reception at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Charles Herbst 530 North Twenty tripInwill be at home at 2605 West Mar ket street I ANGELUS I Religious Air Pervades Ire When the BellI IIand Rings J Robert Lynd a Presbyterian writing of home life in Ireland gives a vivid picture of the religious fervor of the Irish people from which the following passage Is takenIf you are In a little town in any part of Irelandexcept the north westabout noon when the chapel bells ring for the Angelus you will see all the men suddenly taking off their hats and crossing themselves as they say their midday prayers The world loses its air of work or of commonplace idleness and the streets take on an intense beauty for the moment as the old people and the young people half hide their eyes and murmur a rapid prayer to the Mother of God The boy walking by a loaded cart stands still with bared head or stumbles forward praying as he walks In the doors of the houses in tne entries oh the bridge over the river the town as sumes a multitudinous reverence as the tide of prayer sweeps through it bellrEven the policeman ludicrously stiff in his military uniform lowers his head with a kind of salute and offers homage to heaven I confess I like this daily forgetfulness of the world In the middle of the day It brings wonder into almost every country town In Ireland at least once every day 1 HONOR HOLY NAME More than 7000 Catholic men members of the Holy Name Society paraded fn silence and without music of any kind through the prin cipal streets of Columbus Ohio last Sunday as a protest against profanity The only sop nd accompany ing the tramping feeytt- of J was the chimes Trinity Episcopal church which played in honor oimthel Catholics J edJaJ the marchers knelt on the lawn and in the street and pronounced after Bishop Hartley a renewal of their vows against the use of profanity SEWING SOCIETY EUCHRE The Sewing Society of St Josephs Orphans Home will give a euchre and lotto at St Marys Hall Eighth street between Walnut and Grayson on Wednesday October 30 after noon and evening The afternoon games will be called at 230 and the evening games at 8 oclock The ladles of this deserving society de serve encouragement in their worthy enterprise and their friends and patrons are urged to assist them on that date I Ixow PRESIDENT ETGmiE Frank Elghme manager of the Whiteside Baking Company is being congratulated from all sides on his MasterBakersdent Is one of our most successful local bootsers and his election is a t credit to tho community as well as himself MATCH GAME After much discussion and to settle a long standing argument a match bowling game has been ar ranged for next Wednesday evening I j at Phoenix Hill Park between Fred I Stengel and John Ackermann of the I Frank Fehr brewery these two worthy exponents of the tenpin DocZabelsclub Many wagers are being made on the result CONFIRSIATJON Right Rev Bishop ODonaghUe and Rev Father Patrick Monaghan visited Mt Washington last Sunday I whore the sacrament of confirmation thirtyfive1 St Francis Xavier of which v the BishopODonaghue visits to churches in the rural distracts this month administering the sacrament of confirmation to many s hundreds ANNUAL MAMMOTH AFlAIRII IIi i giveheirI 1lancen and 25 at their hall Baxter and Mor hletermlnel1break the high record of previous ears for a large list of prizes being DJ n the past the highest number ever given In the city- TEACH v G OLD IRISH SV The University of Illinois has or anized graduate work in old Irish nd placed a former student of the Ireind1 It D in charge ot ilie department f hq university authorities havetj urphaMd a library of Celtic works ft J WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee 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tilled with Instructions short stories and pictures Stamps will do Ad dress The Child Apostle Ilsg Mc Cormick building Chicago in I KNIGHTS OF GOL11B1B Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The Knights of Dayton Ohio have organized a bowling league Some sixtyfive new members will be Initiated tomorrow at Baton RougeHon A J Veneman has been chosen Grand Knight by Evansville CouncilPreparations for the Initiation of a good sized class are under way at Anderson Ind I price Hill Council at Cincinnati hgchose stev2thtf m rst 3s its Grand Knight Indianapolis Council elected Thomas D McGee Grand Knight at an enthusiastic meeting last week I Dubuque Knights are busy per fecting plans for the elaborate opening of their new home on Locust street I Mayor Thomas H ONeill of Auburn will be a delegate to the New York State convention In that city next year The Knights of Utica had an even Ing last week at the fair for the orphan asylum there when they nearly rid the booths of their 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