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PA RONIZE CREAGERS BUSINESS SCHOOLI Second and Brecklnridge I XXXINO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 9 1913 PRICE PIVE CENTSI PROGRESSIVESi I iLooking in Vain For Their Ifc istered Vote of Last Fall Pflansrs Real Friends Not Sympathy With Ills Daily Attacks Charley Knight and Ben Schul1 man Prove Real Stake Runners LOOKS GOOD TO DEMOCRa LOSTover 75 per cent of the Progressive vote Finder please reI turn to the Loillsvllle Herald and Questions asked The above want advertisement exemplifies the feeling of the Her aldProgresslvo party since the miserable showing In last Saturdayc primary only 1737 votes betScast out of a registered vote of over 8000 In addition to the very tow which they allowed Capt Reichert to secure and this after a daily trended effort of the Herald to arouso enthusiasm and a much advertised meeting at the Masonic Theater when the Progressive voters were Implored to gather at tho polls on Saturday and arouse enthusiasm for Axton But arousing enthusiasm and interest for Axton for Mayor a far cry from cheering Roosevelt tho Rough Rider and consequently the hopes of the Herald and the Progressive machine died aborning Heres a tip watch the exDomo1 crats and exRepublicans try to sneak back into their former pa ties now that hope for office or position with the HeraldProgressive party is gone From a Democratic standpoint the primary was all that could be desired the losers saying that ther best men won and that they a ready to take off their coats and work for the ticket this applying fin every Instance with the exception tho case of Jailer John RPflanzj who at present Is pursuing a misguided course and is not lietenin to the advice of his real friends Looking at the matter from a dish terested standpoint Mr Foster wasI really stronger than was concede- by l the PlIanz forces this beln z evidenced by the fact that Pflan- beat Foster only 456 votes in th- F entire county outside of LouisvilleF where there was no semblance of the fraud now being alleged Thenagain if Holley and Greene were opposed by the machine as Pflanzs daily organ the Herald has stated ho had the same opportunity to de teat the socalled machine as Messrs Holley and Greene The Kentucky Irish American holds no brief torI Colonels John and Jim Whallen butJJ coheres that Jailer Pflanz again pursues the wrong course in abusing them for his defeat as everyone versed in local politics knows the the Whallen brothers havo auppor ed Pflanz in all his twentyfive 1 years of political life and they do not deserve censure if they ilk s i many other citizens preferred a choice In tho recent primary I opinion Is heard on all sides thatlag1 I the Jailer Is making a grievous mlsJJ take in enlisting under the HeraldI1 banner in its attempt to wreck theIDemocratic party which has honII ored him so often and this Pape I In common with his many friend- hopes ho can be dissuaded from his present course The glad hand is being extended on all sides to Charles H ICnlg r for his victory in the Senatorialr race in spite of the efforts of thddofunscrupulous circulators of forge- and f lying attacks on his union principles his majority being satisfying and decisive despite the undorc handed methods Will Holley de serves much credit for hie victor- over f a large field of competitors also Sam Greene in his race for County Judge John J Darryse protege George Schlegel won hands down for County Assessor hisclos t est competitor being Sheriff 1 Emler In spite of many uncalled for criticisms Russell Gaines cap IIhandilyfrom his opponent tin the Sixt 1 Magisterial district winning by over 500 votes but this fact Is not sur prising to Beaa maly friends who1 predict him a coming power In Est End Democratic politics It will1 take tho official count to entirely settle the Councllmanic races 1Ini 1 which there were contests FredI Heffernan one of the losers prt clpally through being In last placo on the ballot has already declared himself heartily fdr the ticket which example others might emulate Dr Buschemeyer for Mayor 11HarrytIBamUCitynAuditorand Pros Ray for County Clerk nl received aAstrength can be attributed toacouple of his girl deputies who are splendid organizers with a large following of voters In fact they are stronger politicians than man the nHouleEverything presages s teatI vie L tory for the Demoerate in Nopoml Pas rG the prwsntetian up In thiPMt i t r KENTUCKY ISH n AMERICAN II VOLUME office and Custom House will mat Ute party all the stronger in Novem ber The strictly partisan element that has been in power so long at fourth and Chestnut will be elimin ated as factors and their former highhanded methods absent this onegof tthere for years has been an Commissioner to make way f Judge DuRclles assistant John Haswell in spite of the rumors that Cassin was regarded so highly by lithis Republican associates but it now looks that they threw him out In the cold to make room for on of their own particular kind GODS CALL 1After an illness of long duration borne with perfect resignation God called to her eternal reward Sunday morning one of his most falthf servants in the person of Mrs Mary A Geher beloved wife of Frank Geher of the firm of Geher 8 Son SlaklTSag loving woman gifted with keen 1In- tellect and strong individuality possessing In extraordinary measure the qualities that set her price far above rubles It was given to hero to influence for good all who enjoyed l her acquaintance and her death comes as a personal loss to hundreds beyond the confines of ther homo and near kin Born this city fortyseven years ago from the Girls High as Mary Weyd she was mar rled to Frank A Geher a man also endowed with the sense of honor sturdy honesty and strong revere Christian spirit that were mark characteristics of his brido MrsI Geher was an incessant charity worker and was Corresponding Sec retary of the St Anthony Sowing Society for a number of years be sides being closely Identified wit l isthe Sisters of the Good Shepherd- St Josephs Orphan Home and tbo St BonlfacG church Beside her husband she is survived by her mother Mrs Mary Word and three sisters Mrs P J Mattingly Mrs Emma Mattingly and Miss Ro herWednesday morning with solemn high mass of requiem at St Boniface church and was the larp est seen there for years from pllI sides come expressions of sympathy for the bereaved husband KNIGHTS AT BOSTON ofrue greatest and most successfuli convention in the history of the Knights of Columbus was hold tin thousangI inI the Cathedral of the Holy CrossI DishopIcablelVAz1 cEproceedings were formally opened on board a harbor steamer Willa the delegates sailed from the orth shore Mayor Fitzgerald andl State Deputy Louis Watson J MJamesI responded The growth of the order I since the ID 12 convention was re It lated by tho Supreme Secretary I William McGInley of New Haven I Conn who reported that on June 30 last the total membership w s1302074 made up of 98783 InsrII sacs and 203291 associate mem firete a an subordinate councils During the t year fortyseven now councils werpii Instituted and the net increase int membership was 19326 Ontstand insurance aggregated 103669 and death benefits during t I t year totaled 771000 Few changes were made in the laws of the order rand Supreme Knight Flaherty arid the other officers were elected for LosENCOURAGEDs phtgreat encouragement an renewed zeal for the work in hobo the working girls of Louisville the warm response which their publication of the tenth anniversary review has met This presentation the great problem of the working wileyh r an active apostolate in their behalf by Dan Walsh Jr has opened the of many of our Catholic plO a pie who before took little or ho in terest In the clubs work Thp la wiledl over o Lrmany B hgetting have seen the duty of behind the club and making possible the reaching of many moro needy girls A very practical e pres eton of interest in the work was LbiJl 6itlImoneynyFromMOIVDER BADLY BURNED of John F McBarron a well known UInentt as a molder at the plant ot New Albany Manufacturing Com t was caught In a shower of metal on Friday of last week headtneck ami weman was dn filling a mold for a heavy casting when from some unknown whichthrewh DarIfedicaI1Ul andYre hili to his home 320 Bait Fifth dfulI Btheyfifor t cI y- to J Q i c J MADDENED 1 liberals and Irish Defeat Tory PrcscntlledMinistry lPFoil Scheme in House of n our For Another Snap LeDlvlslon Major ty Ready When Oppo amt shush In and Attack uliMiscarries 1AORANGE HOES AGAIN BLAST This last week cables Hon T P OConnor M P from London has been full of exciting and dramatic Incidents The most exciting and dramatic of these incidents of course was the tremendous preparation of the Tories for a snap division And tho perIJollsdbiped forces of the Liberals and the Irish Never in the history of this Parliament have the Tories she v such resource such party loyalty and fOlrlfive and they conducted the debate which was to end in a snap division with laborious dullness Their benches remained empty and their men did not make an appearance inI fowIEven after their arrival in the house tthe ambuscade was concealed I their men hiding themselves in por dons of the Parliament buildings where they could not be seen fit o bathd But somehow or other information of the coming coup reached tho Irish isome hours before and assured of the coming victory the Irish mem bers could not refrain from publicly exulting Many of them left the House of Commons watched the longs streams of motor cabs which receivodit Irish member also who discovers concealedIt t iI The division took place amid a1 scene of tenest excitement and when fthe majority of the home rulers was announced there was a cyclone cfr cheers from the Liberal and the IrishI benches and throe was a lively ex of epithets not always com plimentary between the Irish andI Tories which at one time threatenedI OrangemPdi fhhta isI that Carson had remained awake In a hotel in Belfast to receive the news of this Joyful relief and toIannounce it to the Orangemen MallI dened by such a victory the London Tory papers attribute the victory to Irish vigilance to an exaggerated dn gree and publish fantastic stories such as that the Irish party employs large number of detectives to trace nil the movements of the Tory mem beta Some Irishmen fooled then n gullible English Tories to the top of their bent and gravely declared they are now employing female as well an hamade detectives Needless to say Is no truth to these wild stories but it js true that the Irish are attending Parliament with Ig extraordinary fidelity and serve as a splendid example to all other sec ins of Ministerial supporters by their loyalty determination and self Meantime that broadening of tho olitical issue which came withLordI Lansdownes and Lord Curzons ar Itrogaat speeches in tho House of Lords when it was rejecting the Irish bill is broadening more every day Englishmen now realize that at this moment English and Irish liberties equally are imperiled by those in Eolent claims of the still untaughtt and unteachablo House of Lords Already it is evident that an Impulse was given by these events for fierce campaign against any fur tier toleration of existence of the growlsht voice to give it direction and force gave this direction and force by visiting his constituency and delivering the greatest speech of his life The speech has put the fnso toi the powder magazine Its recognition i as cpochmaking is universal und was indicated by loud cheers when Georgo came back to thei of Commons the next dance its delivery the Liberals an Irish are holding their heads higher than at any moment o The struggle now has e moved from a simple tight to carry home rule into one great lino battle the English as well as tha Irish against the House of Lords In addition to the advantage ot uniting two great democracies for a cam obejct this new movement of means a united and fierce reply t the House of Lords rejection n home rule next year and to Carsons campaign of bluff religious and civil war It hoe been a gplantli- eek DEMOCRATS RECREATING Frank McGrath Chairman of the UcCltyandCounty Com ltt 1 left Thursday evening to join family at Day View Mich where he will recreate nor about ten John J Barry Edward A James Reagan and thei leave tomorrow Tor a two wk stay at Dawaon Springs A a T r church supper detective oTeffersontqw St COMING Williams August for con EVENTSI1 II grounds August 1213 grounds nual St Josephs picnic August9 on churchII Retail Grocers = 1baby show Fon alne Park August 20 j St Michaels Church Pic nic at Spring Bank Park Aug ust 20 I Knights of Columbus Out ing and picnic orn Grove August 21iii OurlLadyLawnfete fifth and Rudd August 2627 Hospital Lawn Festival For Sts Mary arid Elizabeth grougdsED iivIa to Trinity Catholic councilExcursionII vH+ l CONDEMNED I I LnBishop ODoiinglnio Expresses Himself on Objectionable PtLm Right to VVnru Ijcople Agniust VolldngIIIn- rmyifHas Not Been Properly Prc seated toN uCntholie itPublic iIWHAT CHATHOLCS ARE TAUGHT There is no necdlbf my ISRuinsII a formal regulation regarding the J i iimmoral dances now in vogue said the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue D D Bishop of iLoulsville Wednes day night to one ot the dally pre2r reporters when shown a dispatch stating that ArchbWqp Moellor of Cincinnati and D pByrne of Naehvlle hlirtor l prlePts tO absolve persons who engaged 1in these objectionable dances Almighty God and not Bishops forbade immorality and all other sin and every Catholic knows full mpnrithether r w or thought Is against thejaw of God What else do they need Thie chthethem are immoral and every Gnt ollc who dances them knows thatIhe Is committing a mortal sin trampling the law of God foot llabling himself to stern damnation and giving bad example to those outside the church What need therefore is there for me to condemn them when God Almighty has forbidden them along with all sin and everything that leads tto sin There often are mistakes In tIlt way In which these things are nlshopAsplainfactdance or anything else that cauccs a man or woman to forfeit wha Jesus Christ purchased by the sited ding of his precious blood is a mo tal sin That is all there is to it an every child In our parochial schools ofknows what that means Now it ia all right to warn the people against an evil that is doin harm at a certain time as these dances now are but to say that a person who sins by dancing them can not be forgiven Is simply not true Murder and theft and lust and so every other sin can be forgiven Ilnd It will be forgiven if the person iis penitent that is I1C ho is truly sorry for the sin purposes to amend his life and to avoidthe occasion ofsayhis fall from the grace of God In the present case It would mean tbntdo one who had sinned by dancing J1quitante is not sincere In this case the confession and the absolution and jjnotjj tell our people this They learn Iit cdsf theso dances were needed why most condomfn 1 Turkey trotting and horse trotting a and pig trotting arq all right for turkeys and horses and pigs but they are not tho things for men and whohavoChrist and who know the law of CathoIf0 of poorCathoUc Godod troubleCnet the been properly presented to the non Calhollc public by certain news papers 1 hope however that it but now is clear an TELEPHONE TOICO1U ER tide Yorkerr a ordilrwhich will j gesIn Im NEGROES Soon Have Another Fine Catholic Building in INew Louisville Ceremonies Marked Cornerstone Laying Last Sunday Vicar General Croniii Officiates Assisted by Many Local Priests CONSTANTINE PASTORO IfATHER event that will mako Cath in Louisville was wit an immense and Interested gathering Sunday afternoon when ti cornerstone of St Peter Clovers church school and social center Lampton street between Hancock ax Jackson was laid with splendid at Impressive ceremony by the Very Rev James Po Cronin Vicar General the diocese of Louisville assisted twelve priests Father Cronin of ciated in the absence of the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of who was out of the city The now building will cost 6500 About half this amount has been raised by the negro Catholics themselves It will be a twostory structure of stone and brick The basement will be devoted to club rooms and a domestic science department for negro girls On the first floor will br two large and airy classrooms so constructed as to be available for so ciety meetings The entire secoit floor will consist of a hall for meet- Ings lectures entertainments and moving picture shows This hall also will be used as a gymnasium and training schooll for negro boys and as a practice room for the St Peter eXQectedthatpleted in the late fall or winter as will be the first real social center for negroes fin the city Rev Alexander Wllfoerdlng O F 1r pastor of St Josephs church preached the sermon saying in part Catholics from all over the city are here to Join with you their co 1 ored brethren in rejoicing at this in dlcatibn of tho progress our holy re ligion ie making among the colored people of Louisville Such a cannot wUnessedrfiulsldfUhe Cath ells church for she Is the only church that knows no bar of class or color She alone puts Into practice the FatherHood of God and the broths hood of man IBlack and white ri and poor learned and ignorant all are equal at her altar all are her children to all she is a mother Much has been said about the Catholic urch opposing education We shallI becausehit1 ttthe themselves She is tho mother of the latehr learningnl of men of I science of discovery of ant of UterI ature have been her children than all other denominations combined else can you go for such names as Thbmas Aquinas Albertus fagnusIIi Christopher Columbus Lavoisier c Ampere Venerable Bode Guido ofII Arrezzo Jerome GalVanl Mende1 I Pasteur Marconi Wassman and cduntless others Beside the church yeti will over see the schoolhouee How fitting is It then thatthe col ored boys and girls of this porls should have an uptodate place jj where they may learn not ottl wrttlndg tho mysteries of science the delights1 muscular development and such manual training as will fit them to j wontghe beginning of all wisdom fear of the Lord the great lesson of right living and of right acting toward their fellow men As our Holy Father has often pointed out we build In vain wo erect the mpst magnifies churches and neglect the schoolroom A church without a school w11lIJI soon mean an emptychurch Again that tho Catholic people of Louisville stand with you and wiUJI their part In aiding you in the noble work which already you have so well toward completion credit Is due for this success to your zealous pastor It is a happy thing for the colored people that they as shepherd and a father a mem of that great order which still1 shows forth the spirit of the gentle Saint Francis the lover of mankind the very founder of pit the social service movements of this age the Man of AssisI whose lifo and whoso deeds have already lately awakenedI wondrous admiration even among those outside the Catholic church Truly has he been called Everybody Saint Francis The work of organizing St Peter Clavers congregation was begun about six years ago with a donation 6000 made by Mother Katherine Drexel daughter of the Eastern millionaire who upon her entrance Into the Catholic church became n nun and founded the Sisters of the at Blessed Sacrament for work among t Indians and negroes of the United States The present church and 3 school aremoiIesitwood structures when the handsome new school fis Itf built the church will be moved on to adjoining lot and later will be supplanted by a atone and brick edli The apace in front of the school ndat the Bide of the church then be used both as a school and neighborhood playground tote futther earrylag out the sociall center ani r n Idea The present pastor tho Rev Father Constantino Schaaf O F M pastor beginningFatherl beIngot the Jail and the City Hospital a besides is Interested In tho work tho Juvenile Court and many of uplift movements The following priests were prose at the exercises The Very Rev James P Cronin V G the Rev George W Schuhmann D D the Rev Charles P Raffo the Rev Leonard Nurre Ot F DL the Rev Michael Melody the Rev Peter Baptist Englert O F 1Ij RGeorgelt the Ron A Assent and the Rev EHglus Kunkel O F M Following the services Father Constantine en informdinner SAD END Edward OMara thirtytwo years of age and residing at 517 North a andenmorningheneg wldewaxowas em Mondayho windlatedat was ed and suffering from loss of rest I 156by wtlhitThe body was found at 5 oclock by a workman who notified thepolice of the Fourth district Co oner Duncan was called and view edhe the ibody after which It was r moved to the undertaking h ment of Thomas Keenan OMaras skull was fractured the ribs on hisIleft side were broken and he was otherwise mangled and bruised This acclednt Is the second fatality tit has befallen tile OMara family th1sthe summer On July 15 James OMara a brother and a native of Louisville was killed In Cincinnati while e wagonTwoOMara and four sisters survive him Undertaker Keenan removed the body to the home of his sisterIMrs James Nash 1626 Rod wa street from where the funeral tookI place Thursday morning with n oll emu mass of requiem at St PatIricks church I FEDERATION I Catholic Interest for the next rowI days will be centered In Milwaukee where the American Catholic FederIanon the Catholic Womans estI elation will meet In annual cohven I flea The prbgfamm6rlBmr6iab orate one and the deliberations Tjfq these bodies will bo important Cardinal Gibbons will arrive in Mil1 Inehbrant of the Pontifical mass tome row when Archbishop Keane of Dubuque will preach the sermon There will be representatives fromI nc PhilippiIslands Iri Union Among the other church dignitaries who will bo present are Archbishops John Ireland of ChicagoMoener iNew I Orleans A parade fn which I 10000 persons will take part wUl willet by a squad of policemen followed 1 by 1000 Knights of Columbus In uniform AH of the other Catholic organizations in the city ++ 1 i bo represented There will be ten divisions each headed by a band I HIBERNIAN l ICNICan mhI n anfa goneryale i annual reunion and picnic to be j given by the local Hibernians iin conjunction with tho Ladles Auxiliary at Phoenix Hill Park on Tue day August 26 President W J 4 Connelly announced that Division represented by its President Thom astiroW Tarpy would have charge of o bar and liquid refreshments Divi I Ion 2 with C J Ford as Chairman would have charge of wheels and games President Hugh Hourlgan Division 3 in charge of tho gatAand box office President John Hennessy and Division 4 in charge f the dancing hall and the Ladles Auxiliary would superintend the dispensing of light refreshments The different division delegates reported that there was a spirited sale of tickets and much rivalry was manifested ii of between the different branches and the Ladles Auxiliary the later claiming that they will out sell the men two to one Extra tickets can be secured from any member of the General Commltee of Arrangements which Is composed of Thomas W Tarpy James Welsh Sergeant John Maloney and John J Barry CIIAWKS5IITH COMPANY The ChawkSmlth Automobile out Company with a capital of i11500 divided Into shares of 100 each o tlloTl articles of incorporation in the Copnty Clerks office yesterday The company will buY sell and rent a machines The debt limit Is fixed 4500 The incorporators and their holdings aro Dr John T Chawk twentyseven shares William J Chawk three shares and Harry R Smith fifteen shares The new firm making a specialty of hiring out tor automobiles and can furnish patrons M with any size car on short notice with competent chaffeurs There Is vialoret l flea points of Interest about Loulavllle and no better method than seculaa automobile for that purpose J l l WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give Tliia Office Your Noxt Order TRAPPISTS ofdMourn MightherOgcr Mlt ntredAbbot Ruled Monastery of Our Lady of the Lake of Two evountainh Built Stone Structure With Ills Own Hands and Cultivated Vast Acres HIS WORK A GRAND MONUMENT thoTrappist ofthothoRight0 C R mitred Abbot of Oka is thoTrappistsspeechwherefor groatietheingrievenaTrapplats notthelovehbAntoinetheir ruler always shared equally fieldshIn tho poultry farms ho worked with the strongest and ho did his share in the cheese factories and tho canning factories owned by tho Trap andatspirit of the Trappist vows which entail silence poverty hard labor and piety inmLittloSeminaryafter which he spent four years In the Grand Seminary In 1877 ho was ordained a priest and was afterward named professor of science at the Col lage of Saumar Four years later he left the secular clergy to enter tho famous Trappist order and for that purpose he retired to IBellefontaino Abbotdearsofsolemn profession In the order Tjo was named novice master to the working brothers of tbo order I9r1 totablishteries throughout tho Dominion Five yea s41J tor hlstsour jjM it1ia Mnieeli sent to Canada to establish a monastery near Oka The place selected for that purpose was situated the district of Two Mountains about thirtyfour miles from the city of Montreal and three miles from the Indian village of Oka It was a dense f wilderness where wild animals roamed at will and few white men had entered it Ho was named Prior or Superior of the monastery and set to work with an indomitable will n strongbeartIt was no easy task to accomplish thoIfellinghturning stones and laying buUdingsI proi built and the Abbot of Bellefontaine communityhadeightymembersAbbot to rule the monks Accord- Ingly the Abbots of Bellefontaine and 4g4 Oka named the Right evIDom Anttoine Oger 0 C R the first mitred Abbot of the Monastery of Our Lady of the Lake of Two Moun atsoclock in the afternoon a fire oc 1carted in the dormitory part ot the monastery and before night tho en building was in ruins The Ab bot was absent at the time aId on his return a sad sight greeted him All the property of the monks in the shape of clothes books and other val was reduced to ashes Dom set to work and with monetary assistance from Catholics and nonCatholics in both Canada and the United States be was able to erect the present beautiful monastery The Abbot leaves behind him veritable monuments to his work In the shape the industries he established am+ the farm lands he wrested from the forest Of the two thousand acres of land owned by the Trappists at Oka fifteen hundred acres are under cult vation They include tho finest ginseng gardens in Canada When tho Abbot learned that no recoveryJchapel to witness the ceremonies attendant upon one ot tho major feasts over which ho had presided torsomany years His wish was carried and he was able to bless Sour now brothers who then became members the order In accordance with the Trappist custom tho Right ROY Dom mus Antoine Oger was burled without coffin and a simple white wooden a cross marks his grave fa the non astery burying ground T VISITIXG PRIESTS The ReV Robert McDonald pas I of Holy Name church at Calvary farionZoeU r of Holy Orasg church in citytat West Baden Springs frerft MlhB c eration convention G IJ I Imi 4 ra r KE TUOKY AMERIOAN- uu tL tLJJ K lfiMLRI6flNscrotal to the Social and Moral Advaflceaeiaeat ol Irish Americans and Catholics t Officially Indorsed by AncientOrder ol Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America K3NTUCKY HUSH AMERICAN PRINTINQ CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Bntircd it tba LonlrrllU PoitoMlet SecoadClui nittir Mdreei all CoamBilcitlaai to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMBRICAN 31921 West Oreei St KySATURDAY AUGUST u 119 LOUISVILLECATIIOLiC LOVAITY The Right Rev Thomas F HIckey Bishop of Rochester preaching the sermon when Bishop Colton laid the cornerstone for St Bartholomews church In Buffalo expressed senti ments and truths that must discon cert and make blush the Menace Guardians of Liberty Socialists and all other enemies of Christian re 1 ligion Turning to the Stars and Stripes Bishop Hickey said I am also glad today to see that flag of our country In evidence This is a beautiful emblem and should have r the loyal support of every true American This school which Is to bea part of and an important part of this structure win teach patriot tam to your children and will teach them to love and reverence that flag There are men today who In their wild dreams would try to supplantt that of the Stars and Stripes with h another emblem the red flag ol terrorism and anarchy Thank God there will always be In this land o ours at least one institution which will set her face firmly and uncompromisingly against all suchan in stitution which holds up to the world Christusand side by side with It the flag ol our country the Catholic church Yes that Js her mission to honor anti esteem and defend both Here we have expressed patriotism and loyalty of the highest order and a spirit that every true American h should possess MITCHELL OX PENSIONS John Mitchell former President t of the Miners and Chairman of the r Trade Agreement of the National Civic Federation has no hesitation In saying that a system of old ago pensions granted by law would be Infinitely better in this country than r tho present haphazard old age pen sfons that are dependent upon private generosity or upon the agree monts botweot employers and em ployes American working men and working women prefer that their wages should be sufficient toeuabt them to lay aside enough to provide for their old age But In the ab uenco of a wage scale that makes this condition possible old age pen sions from the Government would beof Inestimable value Some form of old age pensioning by law is a necessity here The trade life of the American workingman Is the short est of any workingman The ins tensity and speeding of the pace set here aro such that men wear out are injured or otherwise incapaci tated for further labor much more quickly than elsewhere It has been said of course that the higher wages here and the consequently better food and living conditions offset this strain by fortifying the worker against it This does not necessarily follow We hear a good deal about the pensioning of aged ems R ployes by corporations Such pen I sions usually come from a fund to which the employes and the corpora tions have jointly contributed There Is always one great drawback to the actual practical value of old age pensions as a private beneficence when the man or woman is nearing the age at which the pension should go into effect ho or she may be dismissed Therefore it is a mere pretense in some cases- SIONIFWANT FIGURES L The Western Recorder a local Baptist paper with AIP A tenden des contains a fling at the Irish in the latest issue and infers that they are lawbreakers this being a favorite story of Tom Watson and the Menace In direct contradiction of that is the official figures of the- Y Inmates of the Federal prison located at Atlanta Watsons own town classified according to relig ious affiliation r Baptists 0 332 Methodists 191 Catholics 122 i SCHOOL DAYS GOLDEN Vacation time is rapidly passing Soon the school days will be here again when the boys and girlstho young ladle and young menwill once more return to their studies The vacation period is pleasant but the school days If well spent are truly golden SINGULAR COMPLIMENT The Knights of Luther the OhiardUng of Liberty the A p A the Orangemen the Socialistsl the Anarchlfttsj the garbenarlthese are tie eMmioe that are haraMiig the Catholic ekurefc deeiarea the Oaths olic Advance and when we know who and what they are we Catholics should be pleased that we are singled out for opposition It is a singular public compliment paid to the church which has for centuries upheld the cross and Christianity against every form of human passion and was always victorious Christ la with her as HepromtsedP- ASSING OF WOODS The resignation of Postmaster Rob ert Woods which was just tendered this past week should have been de manded Immediately at the begin ning of the Democratic administration as there should be no place 1lin the public service for a man himself to discrimination as liin Woods case The public of Loulsvlll should be duly grateful for the removal even at this late date SHOWN UP- II participateshows John Hulls real feelings 1 ln spite of the efforts of the across the sea promoters In furnishing the brains t organize men to better their condl lion labor union loaders are really benefactors of their brothers But at the same time they are their own benefactors also Thus speaks the Christian Year All men are not liars but sInce the primary there are a numboro candidates willing to testify that there are a great many of them The people want no lifetlmi officeholders Thoso who would thwart their will In this matter de serve worse than defeat Our idea of humorThe Oak etreet car line- CATHOLIC WOMENS LEAGUE The organization of a Catholic Womens League that proposes to counteract the tendencies of the womens movement Including thei demand for the use of the ballot marked the convention of the Gor- man Roman Catholic Central Verein held in Buffalo this week Branches of the league will be formed in al parts of the country it was stated by Mrs Joseph Frey the Honorar President The Feminist mow ment said Mrs Frey Is being promoted by women whose views are decidedly pagan It their demands were to be realized the Christian family would cease to ex ist While tho Catholic church lta4 made no pronouncement on the mat ter of woman suffrage the Catholic philosophy of life 1c opposed to It However we are not centering our activities in opposition to woman suffrage but rather in a plan for the future The present unrest has resulted In the enfranchisement of woman In several States These women would exert an evil influence by means of the ballot if a conserva tive body of women Was not in the field to counteract their Influence PRINTERS WELCOMED Several hundred union printers delegates to the International Typo graphical Union convention at Nash ville were here Friday and were given a real old Kentucky welcome Louisvlllo Union No 10 kept open house during the day and eyenlng at Llederkranz Hall and after vis iting the new plant of the Courier Journal and Times and the Frank Fehr brewery and serenading the union newspaper offices cars worn boarded for Fontaine Ferry Here all formed a theater party the guests of the Publicity League after which about 300 were tendered a banquet by Mr Bruce Haldeman William AL HIggins acted as toast master and short addresses were delivered by Acting Mayor John Buschemeyer Charles C Foster Denny B Goode Harry Binford and others At 230 this morning a spe cial train left with all aboard for Nashville SEASON AT HEIGHT Midsummer activity with all its busy social life marked the close of tho first week in August at tho Catholic Summer School at Cliff Haven More than 700 guests are now sojourning on these grounds and It is expected that before tho end of next week the high mark of 1010 reached early in August last year will bo attained As the now guests arrive they bring with thom new life and give new Impetus and vigor to the different forms of summer school activity Daily the ten- nIs courts and golf links are crowd ed with enthusiastic players And the evenings and nights are filled with annual tournament play for the McCall CUD and the performance of the Servant In tie 1Jouseby Tyrone Power In the auditorium were three events particularlyfnteterstlag Liinw were delivered by Rev Charlo JIhojnuJctMSlla1IllvJa Charles A Sen j t t t tJ i iLeIETvJMiss I Tuesday to visit friends in Atlanta I Miss Irene Frevllle left Monday for a trip to Niagara Falls and the East Mr and Mrs J J Houlihan and daughter are sojourning at Grayson Springs William Silk has Just returned from a ten days visit to French Lick Springs Mrs George Sullivan has just re turned from Boston where she was visiting relatives MIss Mary Decqursey of Highland Park was last week the guest of rela tives at Lebanon Miss Stella Tierney loft Sunday for a two weeks trip to Indianapolis St Louis and Chicago Henry Maloney and John Sheridan are spending their two weeks vaca tion at White Mills Miss Julia Mullen of Joffersonvllle has gone to Chicago to visit relatives for a couple of weeks Mrs B J Sandman was among the Louisville people spending the past week at Olympian Springs tonightgfor Pittsburgh to attend the Supremo convention of the Y M I Miss Catherine Menne was a vis Itor in New Haven last week the guest of Mrs Ekro Rapier Mrs Sheldon Caron and tw daughters Misses Sadie arji MarjorIe Caron left Sunday for Petoskey iMIsses Catherine and Agnes Cav monthse stay in Atlantic City and New York Mrs James P Langan has Just re turned from Mobile where she wa visiting her sister Mrs Matt McDon aid Miss Bessie Donahue of St Louis 13 here on a visit as the guest of her aunt Mrs Peter Tivenan of Payne street Mrs Fred Koehler and Mrs Mar Deetr Park are spending some time 1lin Evansvllle MIst Mary Conroy has returned from New Haven where she visited the Sisters of Loretto at St Cath erines school fftalsey Malone of New York arrived last week for a visit with hisI 1OlonelInMiss Catherine Brown has as her guest her cousin Miss Louise Hays who accompanied her home from a visit to Crestwood daughterr1 Miss Grace Villier 3Q32 Western parkway have returned from a visit ot Waynesville N iO ODonnell of New Al herIFredyKraft at Koamosdale Mrs Stafford McKenna and Miss Eleanor McKenna who were here visiting friends have returned to their home at Fairfield Mr and Mrs Theodore Schultheis and little son of Grainger court re turned Saturday from a two weeks sojourn at Hardin Springs Mrs Adam Emmetaberger and son Adam have returned to their home at Lyndon after a most enjoyable visit With friends in Cincinnati fllr and Mrs J C Murphy and daughter of the Highlands have gone to Virginia and will spend soy eral weeks at Old Sweet Springs TMrs Laura Z Leverone announces the engagement of her daughter Al berta L to G II Diehl Moore the wedding to take pWce this month Mum Mary Conroy of Jefferson vllle has gone to Indianapolis to visit friends She will also visit at Ko komo and will be gone some weeks Misses Veronica and Cecilia Nolan loft the early part of this week to visit relatives at Richmond Fred I ericksburg and Old Point Comfort Mrs Charles MOConnell and daugh ter Miss Margaret McDonnell of St LouIs have been the guests of Mr end Mrs FvECrumper in the High lands Mtes Lottie Aubrey accompanied Misses Madge and Nan Glenn home from a visit to Stlthton and while hero she has been extensively enter tamed Police Capt M J McAuliffe has been spending his vacation at Daw son Springs and Capt M J Hogan will leave for the same place to morrow Mrs Minnie V Boscho of 3401 Western parkway and daughter Irene and son Firman loft Tuesday to spent the summer at their cottage at North port Mich Miss Helen English who was the guest of Miss Dorothy Hackett at her country residence on the Shelbynrille pike has returned to her home 1n New Albany Mrs Harry Eeterle and little daughter of Little Rock Ark are the guests ot Mrs Batarjes father Mr Philip Kelly for the remainder Qf the summer The Mteees Volfft 304 Weet Front street Jefferstonvllle received Satur= I day aftwHOOB fti aa at bOIt jrtTMi 11I toor fVjtfi Joaep i JV Valffc j fomeriy MIfee 1 Genevieve HeOraik etc J ONE DOLLAR a month keeps you on the payroIl in event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pros tcctlon Lafayette Ind who became a bride June 25 Judge and Mrs Matthew ODoherty Miss Kathleen Ewing and Miss ToLucy to Mrs spend Frank the Dixonhh Mr and Mrs A E Mueller an nounco the engagement of their daughter Miss Marie iKTeller to Richard A Watften No date has been set for the wedding Miss Rose Cunningham leaves to day on her annual Eastern trip to New York Atlantic City Washing ton and other points She expects to return the first week In Septem berMr and Mrs H J McConnell and their daughter Miss Jeanette of Louisville are spending several weeks with Mr and Mrs James A Kelly at Maple Villa Hotel Silver Hips OAPT SPALDING HERE Capt John SpaldIng seventysix years old a Union veteran of the civil war and one of the men who accompanied the Fenians of Louis ville when they raided Canada died Sunday night at his home 767 South Eighteenth street A native of Ire land he came to this couhtrya youth and the greater part of his lifetime was spent in Louisville where he was widely known and highly respected Surviving him are his wife Mrs Elizabeth Spalding one daughter Miss Agnes Spalding and andoFrank SpaldIng The funeral was held Tuesday morning from the FathEl1Patrick GIVEN NEW ORGAN Stshavg lightfully surprised by the kindness of some unknown friend who sent them a fine new organ for the homot This institution has been dung phe nomenal work for the poor boys of Louisville who are given a com fortable home and excellent train ing St Lawrenco Institute Is onf of Kentuckys most dccervlpg chari ties and should receive gonerac support The good Brothers who conduct this home will appreciate any assistance that our generous cit izens may render them for tthe saving of homeless boys GOO NIGHTS WORK Not for several months has tier been such a largely attended ant enthusiastic meeting of Division 1 A O H as that held Tuesday night President Tom Tarpy occupied the chair pleased to see present so many of the old guard Chairman Clear Y reported that the Visiting Committee was out of employment all the members being weirand employed Vic President Daniel McCarthy reported the County Board proceedings and the arrangements for he reunion celebration on August 26 President Tarpy Martin Cuslck James Barry and others appealed for cooperation and asked all present to work to make the reunion a pronounced success from every standpoint the result be ing that over 300 tickets were dies posed of- IiOSPITAL LAWN FESTIVAL Much interest is being taken in the supplemental lawn festival to be given for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital on Wednesday August 27 when there will be a bounteous supper and many at tractions besIdes the awarding of prizes The lawn fete in June war interrupted by the rainy and tempestuous weather necessitating at the time a postponement to a later day Many beautiful articles remain to be disposed of afforidng 1 rare opportunity for bargain seekers ST MICHAELS The public is invited to the closing devotions of the novena to Our Lady of Lourdes now in progress at St Michaels church Brook street near Market on the evening of August 15 the Feast of the Assumption at 745 oclock There will be the special blessing of the faithful with tho water of Lourdes followed by vespers and benediction The Rev John Fitzgerald whO is a forcible pulpit orator will preach on the occasion while an augmented choir will render a specially arranged musical programme FORTY nouns The Forty Hours devotion at St Williams church Thirteenth and Oak will begin on Friday August 15 the Feast of the Assumption it the 9 oclock mass the other masses on that day being at 5 and 7 and will close at the 10 oclock mass oa the Sunday following A Passlonist father will conduct tho devotions and also hear confessions Father Conner the pastor has designated this as the special time for his par ish to make the Jubilee The hand some new white vestments with lily design will be worn for the first time on August 16- AnTUL DMATII John S Davis engineer and Nick F Carey fireman both of this city and two of the most reliable and popular men in the employ of the Louisville Nashville railroad met with sudden arid awful d ath on Thursday of last week near Living stop They were in charge of thr Fast Southbound passenger train when sprej d rails caused the onjjlnp to leave the track and turn over scalding and crushing both men to death Davif lived at 120 Weet Broadway and leaves a widow and one daughter Carey resided at lUG South Floyd street and la survived lu s wife and three children The j ungrate were held Saturday with fntstrinent is St L H cemetery 1 J 11 J TRANSYLVANIAE N Canada Geni Supt Ben 1 Brunei1 President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building ONTAINEFERRTHE Xtragood Vaudeville 10c DAILY MATINEES ALL SEATS 10c i Free Concerts by Natiellos Band BIO NE- WSWIMMING POOL Entirely sanitary Fresh running waster PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the SeasotJ NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnicsfif j Socials Outings I This beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and managementof3ARRY DECKER Assistant Manager FOR A DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BET- TERFurniture For Less Money go to WM f MAYER 413 W MARKET ST I i CENTRAL FURNITURE CO t Incorporated- N W Cor Third and Green Sts corndplete OB easy payments WM CALUatlAN Hit Sues Dept 011e COLUH Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The Knights of Columbus made a fine showing at Toledo in thePerry centennial parade Memphis Knights have taken vig orous measures against obscene dancing the penalty being expulsion from the council The Knights of Worcester Mass have purchased the Y M C A prop erty for 150000 It will be used for council purposes The councils at Trinidad and Pueblo Col are growing steadily All the councils In the State were In vited to the initiation held Tuesday night at the first named place Conway Samuels of Joffersonvllle Has been appointed District Deputy for the Twelfth Indiana district com prising Clark Crawford Floyd Har rison Scott and Washington coun tiesGreen Bay Council will enter a float In the historical parade during the Perry centennial and Green Bay home coming celebration next week It will represent the landing of Columbus FONTAINE FERRY I IFor next week Manager Bllger promises another lot of high class vaudeville attractions at Fontaine Ferry which is having the best sea son in Its history Every afternoon and night for the past two weeks thip park beautiful has been thronged with people who enjoy the Natiello band free open air concerts and tho soloists who sing popular songs at various times The swimming pool continues to grow In favor and the numerous other attractions still hold their interest FEAST OF ST DOMINIC The feast of St Dominic patron saint of the Dominican order will be celebrated at St Louis Bertrands highroaspciscan Monastery and will be attend ed by Right Roy Bishop ODonag huesThe hour of services will be 1030 oclock HERE TO VOTE Big John V McDermott Chief Engineer at the State Capitol and John Mulkern guard at the State Penitentiary came down from Frankfort to vote in Saturdays primary They have a host of friends here who were pleased to meet them PEWEE VALTiEV The prizes contpsted for At the picnic at Pewee Valley on July 22 for the benefit of the new church Rev Father BOM IE erecting were tianbock4ntonl Jiitt Louisville kltektn eab ttel i Rieder Pewee Valley rt I INSURANCE co ORPHANS 9- i FESTIVAL r TUESDAY AUGUST 19f On the Grounds of St Josephs Orphans Home CRESCENT HILL arsiFreeTake 4 ponement to the following favorable day Cut on Fine Clothes I 2800 2500 2250 Values Now 13751500 Values in Cravenette Mohair Suits Now Last cut on Trousers See these values before you buy elsewhere Cunning Lewis Brotzge N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON- Mens and Yonng Mens Exclusive Clothes Shop 59 Years Guard Your Money Guarded On r The interest and all that a part of your weekly earnings would soon amount to in this safe old daysforgood paying investment or start you in a business of your own Bring us regularly a part of your earnings and we will pay you interest on it compoundedevery six months until you are ready to use it For 59 years we have been faithfully safeguarding the peoples money andwe offer you the same protection under the direct supervision of the State of Kentucky- A dollar deposit starts you Begin today It is what you save that counts Insurance Bank 207211 W Market Street Between 2ndand 3rd HC welbeck Pre A P WInkler Vic Prefc JGRoUeitCuUer Edmund RappAtitCwlj John E Hulin MT Savings Dept DtRECTORSHenryAWedt CWSclx ttJr Alfred Struck Edw F Peter Ceo Kopmeier HnQt C WJbeelc AP WinUer I Last S1OOO Interest IT DOESNT P YTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST In the start and be satisfied In the END USB DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated Rut and River Both Phones 2247 Also operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant LouUvllle Ky JeffersonvMle lad Phone 655 IJ ifii SI The i Last Dollar r That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a- II SAVINGS with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED II twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR l must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the t dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Dally Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m 6i r large doll James Donnelly LouIs- ville lace coverlets The picnic was a success a neat sum bring realized BATHER BENSON JatlerIBeaSODIJOGt the late Arehbtebep of Oantwbury of the t r CASUALTY On German I Church of England and a convert to the Catholic church was asked once why he turned bis coat Because he answered I had It on wrong l There are others who have discov Bred the same mistake but havent spuNk enough to follow Father Ben- sons example T T 6 I 8 T7SOSY YY SH A RXOAN ljmoNBBARRETTSIBSONS I 822 FUNERAL AND East DIRECTORSII ++++ 01 zrl1 + 10 t11 + THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 1221 WEST MARKET ST 11111111111 t 1 Jo 11 1111 10 tran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriage Furnished for All Occasions Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 DOUGHERTY McELLIOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH 3E H03VJBJ S- Cuml Main 2DOSa Home City 2008 OLD FORTUNArlbs THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO lNCORPORTED DISTILLERSWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS 011001 + 1111 Il 1111 11+ Ulo + FINE WINES L KOLB AGNESII ILIQUORSI tHHl +++ HIoiH IIluI 1 NII luIul 1 t 11 111110101102 I a A6u66 Uhu S rvv rY J DR Te CHAWK VeterinaryxInfirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET t TtltfbmsCwRt S 2991 Hixnt City 2399 J BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky All the late and new Styles and Shape can be found here at reasonable price Call and see ni HERRMANN BROS IMPORTBHS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS DUtllten and Wholesale Dashl er la Plaeet brandsof KM tacky Whllkpecllly- Pear of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TllllilMlMfr 914 WON WIMCT 1 o II HZzzotoI II 0110 CITY 365 111101 11 II on 11 101 oI 1o 1 J X I ti X BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTJS AVE Both PkdKft 223+ CHr 7GHX fcoya u AiMMoa tlurt wlU nsAn tk M torllza 5TXAVIE S COLLEGE 1if W JlnW71IIntDa JCj- rCvMucU 4 17tb Xvartea Brelbn- C 8ei Mtlfl aM I H- 0MtrHe UaMrJDettMPeel wen 1 JI yMee Oer JI I L SUPPORT FOR LEAGUE Pledges that the balance of the fund of 100000 promised last year toward tho support of the Irish Na tlonallst party by tho United Irish League of America would be sent as soon as possible were cabled to John Redmond at the close of a meeting ot the National Executive Oommitt of the league held In Boston last Sunday Tho sum of B3552 President M J Ryan of Philadelphia said has already been sent and 4700 remains on hand Individual members of the committee promised that they would see that immediate steps were taken to raise the remainder Cables Were received from Chairman Redmond declaring that the Irish Parliament Would open on June 7 1914 and conveying his condolence on the death of John OCallaghan of Boston Secretary of the league The matter of selecting a National Secretary to take OCallaghans place was left to President Ryan and Treasurer Fitzpatrick who is now abroad MOURN TIER DEATH Many friends and relatives mourn the death of Miss Elsie Dunn Grime aged twentytwo years the belove wife of County Patrolman Thomas Grimes For three months she had been 111 of typhoid fever which caused her death The funeral was held Saturday afternoon from the family residence 2128 West Madlso street and was largely attended the Interment being in St Louis cemetery Besides her hu band and a little daughter she is survived by her parents Mr and Mrs George W Dunn and two brothers Clarence and James Dunn the latter secretary to Chief Lindsey Before her marriag Mrs Grimes was one of the favorite among the younger set of the West End ORPHAN PIONIO The principal topic of conversation at the present time is the festival and picnic to be given for the benefit of St Josephs Orphan Home on the orphanage grounds Crescent Hill on the afternoon and evening of Tues day August la Each member of the St Josephs Orphan Society has appointed himself a committee of one to work for this festival and see that all his friends are Informed as to the time and place Never before has so much interest ibeen displayed or so much energy used to further the suc cess and enjoyment of this annual outing The Crescent Hill cars pass the entrance to the grounds SPIRITUAL DIRECTOR Catholic Knights everywhere received with pleasure the announcement of Supreme President Gaudi- it tho acceptance by the Most Rev James H Blenk Archbishop of New Orleans of the trust of being and to- act as their Supreme Spiritual Director for the next three years The Most Rev Archbishop is a member- of the order and has always a kind word to say for the Catholic Knights- of America It Is needless to say that he like the past Supreme Spir- Itual Director the Most Rev John Tr CHennon will be a good friend to this great fraternal order COL WHALLEN OFF Col John H Whallen accompanied by his two nieces Misses Dorsey and Goldie Hereforth left Monday night for New York from where they sailed for Europe They expect to be abroad for two months md will visit France England and Ireland returning to tjoulgvllle early In October Col Whallen has im proved greatly sInce his recent ill ness and anticipates much pleasure and Benefit from the trip ATIIOTJO lOnGHTS EXCURSION j Widespread Interest is manifested In the excursion to be given by the Catholic Knights of America over the Southern railroad to Jasper Ind on Sunday August 31 Committee meet- Ings have been held and the Central Committee is busy perfecting the pro ramme and arrangements many having already arranged for their Ickets That each member of the Central Committee will be present bringing with him a coterie of friends bids fair to mako the ex curs Ion all that is desired ENJOYING VACATION Mayor W 0 Head left Tuesday for Petoskey Mich where he Is spending Ills summer vacation Dur- Ing his absence Dr John H Busche meyer President of the Board of Aldermen and Democratic nom Inee for Mayor will be the citys thief executive Mayor Head will be away for several weeks ADMITTED TO PRACTICE A H Veeneman well known in legal and railroad circles passed a successful examination this week and was admitted to the Kentucky bar For eight years Attorney Veeneman was connected with the law department of the Louisville fc Nashville Railroad Company and for the past two years bas been with Doherty Yonts He has had tt ong experience and Is fully quipped for the practice of his pro- fessIon QUIETLY WEDDED The marriage of Miss Mary Ethel Tend and John H Mitchell receiving teller at the Southern National Bank was quietly solemnized Wednesday afternoon at Holy Name church Rev Father John OConnor performing the eremony Mr and Mrs Mitchell are now In the East on their honeymoon trlpatd after August 20 will be at home at 4120 Grand boulevard COLLEGE CHANGES Among the changes for the coming year in the personnel of the colleges and universities under Jesuit control in the Upper Mississippi Valley Is hat of the Rev Francis Cassllly S- iVicer President of tXaVler8 Jpjlpee in Cincinnati who goes JO- Cr lrtton UniversityI Omaha Father CapsIlli 4a a natlve of LpnlavIJle and ii 1brothar of John ptwllly CMrcujt oart BtepQ rppheriaHd la rekid = hlsedI Honeot the grt teackaw Inthe Janlt erd r- a y I MENS 1000 and 12- 50SUITS for 1775 PurewoolWellmade I WellmadeSuits I In a variety ofmaterials and patterns I and all siz- esLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET J SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1- Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording Secretary Walter Cu id Financial SecretaryJoseph Far tellTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArcsHenry McDer nottSentinelJohn Keant DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresldentCJ Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Dante OKeefe Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning tamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording Secretary Johja P riceFinancial Secretary John J Hes elon Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Stree- tPresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far- SentinelMu J McDermott Y 11I I MAOION COUNCIL 205 Beets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President Goo Thorn ton Second Vice President John J Lynn Financial SecretaryA 0 Link Recording Secretary John R Barry Corresponding Secretary Harry 1 Kibbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside Sontlntl Frank E Grater LATEST IN STYLES Brownish taupes are preferred to- the steel taupe shades Long sleeves with plaited or fluted ifles are great favorites All black hats are much preferred by the smartly gowned women Gold and green is fast coming to- be one of the favorite combination The new long jackets have girdles which give them the effect of short jacKets The frilly fichu of net continues to- be the most charming finish for the simple linen frocks All lace underwear Is distinctly Int the mode Frequently such garments arp made over net Draped coats are liked for dross wear simple straight cut garments for general utility purposes iBlue and green plaids bid fair 0- bo great favorites Velour checks are another novelty for fall The newest collars on the tall oats are fastened up high at the neck to allow for cold weather Summer nightgowns which do not need ironing are of crlnkjy crepe pink or blue striped or all white The printed silks used In the aretlpJ1toernlan Plaidsl 4n silk and wool bbtlfprbm Illetobe much with us once the fall Rsqn opens Andwlt4 the plaids c mes a revival of Roman stripes leagtgf0 M 4Ml omli1 F I ISIGIITY DOLLAR I I The papers yare keeping up 0 breezy agitation because Sccreta Bryan has thought it convenient Ito add a little to his income by grinding out Chautauqua lectures at so much per We confess says the Cathol Advance it doesnt look right ana that it is without precedent in Wash- Ington diplomatic service The Secretary complains that he can not live on his salary of 12000 a year and this may bo true It takes about that amount to clothe a CabJnet officers wife in Washington The simplicity of former days has place to tho duplicity of the givenI ent The same story is related by the Ambassadors and other representatives of our country abroad Tho post of Consul General to Enj land is the only one that actually affords the incumbent a decent support There is however anothe side to this question Those who seek the honor which attaches t public offices consider it more vat uable to them than the mere plt tance they receive as pay Most of our public officials willingly made a sacrifice of private business that brought them an ample income to accept public duties Only a deep sense of patriotism prompts them to do this Viewed in this light Mi Bryans mercenary action does not suggest much of the selfsacrlflcln spirit nor an example that might bo followed APPOINTED VICE PRESIDENT1 Father Albert C Fox of St Louis formerly of Cincinnati hsbeen announced as the next Vice President and Prefect of Studies at St Xavlers College Cincinnati sue ceeding Father Cassilly Father Ira attended the Cincinnati schools and later St Xaviers College where hn graduated in 1896 He was or daincd In 1910 by Archbishop Glen non of St Louis and has been sta tioned at St Louis University sincE that time Father Fox is one of the youngest Jesuits ever appointed ti such a high office SUCCEEDS BISHOP SCHINNER The Right Rev Joseph M Koudelka Auxiliary Bishop of Milwaukee was last Saturday appointed Bishop of the Dloceso of Superior Ho takes the place of BIshop Augustine Schinner who resigned the Bishopric on account of ill health Bishop Koudelka was ordained October 8 1875 and conse crated Titular Bishop of Germanic polls February 25 1908 going to the Cleveland diocese Not quite two rears ago he was transferred to the Milwaukee diocese as Auxiliary to Archbishop Messmer SOCIAL CLUB DANCE The Young Mens Social Club which Is composed principally of members of the Shamrock baseball lub of the Twin City League will glvo another of their midsummer lances at the Utopian Hall next Thursday and promise an enjoybalc evening to all lovers of the terpsichorean art The Reception Committee Is composed of B J Walker Ray Owens L P Rellly and Thomas R Heslin CINCINNATI The Associated Irish Societies of slabrateof Irish day at Coney Island The appearance of Mat McGrath Melvin Sheppard and Martin Sheridan the hamplons of the Olympic games has been assured A troupe of Gaelic lancers in Gaelic costumes of tho eventeenth century will give an ex Ibition of Irish jigs hornpipes eels and step dancing For the thlctlc events splendid prizes have been secured IIIEP JUSTICE SERVES MASS Recently a Canadian altar boy was compelled to leave the church where he was serving mass Sir Charles Fitzgerald Chief Justice ot the Dominion chanced to he of the ongregation and quietly asaumed he duty laid down by the sIck boy serving the mass to its conclusion Gods church is the only institution where the exalted Chief Justice and he humble altar boy meet on the amo level WINCHESTER The many friends of Mr and Mrs Thomas Nunan in Winchester and hroughout the State were greatly pleased to learn the past week that Mrs Nunans health has much improved since she went to Saranac T- olYMr Nunan has gone East to meet her and it Is hoped she wll be able to return home with him HOGANS STEPPING STONES From State President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in 1904 to United States Senator in 1914 is 0 step In the ladder of fame about to- be realized in the case of Hon Timothy S Hogan who has made history luring the past few years as Ohio s Attorney General Grit perseverance and honesty are the stepping stones used by Mr Hogan CHURCH IN KANSAS The Catholic Advance declares that before the celebration oC Bishop ennessys silver jubilee next No ember the number of churches erected in the Wichita diocese during bls administration will have passed the one hundred mark Few States h1ve mndo such rapid strides in Catholicism despfte many and great bstacles as Kansas MAKES JEWS SMILE The Protestant churches of Newark N J have united to carry out a plan pt Christian education among the Jews of that city This makes the Jews t smile as nowhereIs there core need for talsslbnary work among Protestants than In Newark and New Jersey CATHOLIC MiDDIBS Tho midshipmen In the United ta ee N val Academy Annapolis 1I11CI are Pathblics now number abou ljhty This should glue the Guardians and tkt Menace gang- atotber fright n ri D n FRANK FEHR INCOUPOnATED BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIALBREWIsone who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KW Cumb Phone West 191ornePhone 1913 oJ TIlE WIEDEMANN r v tnconro HATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flcvw GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky 4 4y PALLS CITY BREWING CO 3zz ATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Homo 70717672 Cumb West 69 5ALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN Hl FRANK J WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONe 209 LQUISYUiLJKY IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL CO b INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY Special Notice to Altar Societies We have on hand a large and ex clusive line of Altar Alb and Sur plice Laces Wo have determined to place a special discount on these goods this month If you are think ing of purchasing tho above soon It will pay you to look over our stock at once Judging from the past sales of these laces wo know you will be more than satisfied with our nice display Wo also carry a full line of materials and findings for making and repairing vestments Wrlto for SamplesROGERS Church Goods Company 418 W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Goods SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 1150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 150 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a m goes about seventyfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c FRED ERHART- ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson BOSSESONfuneral and Embalmers 610 FJrCHAVENUR TM si mil 0- a THE 2 FAVORITESS of LoolsTlllei Particular Smoke TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar 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BREAD Its made under the strictest sanitary conditions by Nick Warisse Baking Co THE H B W STORE Should be in the mind of every house keeper when they need Carpets Rugs and Draperies j 4 Our Market street location makes it possible to 4 v sell the Highest Class Goods at most moderate prices We know that you can do better at our store if you look for good merchandise 4 Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff 4 522524 WEST MARKET STREET 4 1 i iRoi GoonN2 sAJ3 AT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South v tl 0 uJ tNq- II For Your Furniture Wants- II WANT YOUR E My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENEI 425 427 and 429 East Market Street j I iWlt106 O N Ring Up Home PhoneCity 2005 Reichert Sign and Art Co Will Call On You at Your Place of Business and Talk to You On SIGNS OF ALL KINDSI Stage Scenery BirdsEye View of Your Factory Interior Decorating All Kinds of Banners Etc + 1IIIIIIl1u1I 11111111 I IJoIiH I 1 +0111 11 I 101 11111 t t t 1lulo NOWis BETTER TH- ANWHEN GAS STOVES Sold now can be connected now but when bought in the rush season we can not tell just when we can get to your particular order LOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY It II 11 11110 +01 +v AWNINGS AND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mall promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Coi BOTH PHbNES 2427 126 N THIRDS E MUSIC i 4 i r DANCING ANNUAL REUNION AND PICNIC UNDER AUSPICES OF THE County Boardand Ladies Auxiliary A O H I Phoenix Hill Park Tuesday Aug 26 1913 I REFRESHMENTS TICKETS 10 CTS HIBERNIANSI What They Have Been Doing the Past WeckGeneralN- ewS Notes The attendance at the meeting Division 1 greatly pleased the oft cers There are nine divisions In t Minneapolis Ladles Auxiliary Cou BoardSt Paul Hibernians will revive Irish athletic games at their field d August 17 The time Is approaching when every local division should hold InitiationThe of juvenile di visions has met with gratifying suc = cess wherever undertaken W Everybody was pleased to see ex President Martin Cusick and E ward Clancy on Tuesday night Division 10 of Cumberland R I Is arranging for a reunion of Its me Ill bers and their families August 31 I Two companies of the First re I ment of Hibernian Rifles participated In the Perry centennial parade at ToledoMilwaukee Hlbernlanshopo to have Hon Bourk Cochran for their guest and orator today at their annual celebration In Pabst Park Miss Mary Boylan County Pre dent reports that 174 rt w memb were Initiated for the half year the Minneapolis auxiliaries Much el ition Is felt over the suc cess of a number of Hibernians In the recent primary They are all good men and will be elected There Is a growing sentiment favor Ing consolidation of small and weak divisions which would Improve the local standard and Influence of the order There should be an earnest contest between the local divisions see which will benefit most from the reunion at Phoenix Hill on August 26 Better than all else is the presence of members at meetings Th was manifest at those held thisI week which were pleasant and enthusiastic Division 4 meets Monday night Bertrand Hall The business will be of Interest to all the memberss therefore a large attendance is looked for- James Barry of Division 1 has been to New York and Massachusetts where he gathered somei interesting news regarding the workings of the order Though not much has been said about the ladles Auxiliary tho members are doing earnest work tho results of which will be an agreeable surprise when reported Division 4 has gone to work to make the pace and record for the coming reunion and picnic Though the men from Limerick are hustlers they will not win without a struggle Under the plan arranged by County President Connelly and the Reunion Committee there should bean attendance of at least 10000 when the annual reunion Is held Phoenix Hill- Division 3 Is making steady progress with Its plans for a Hibernian home It is expected that tho building fund will be largely iin creased during the approaching fall and winter season- Throughout the country there 1 Snow agitated a movement for a consolidation of the smaller divisions The result In Milwaukee it is argued would follow almost every where and make the order much stronger rrreasurer James Welsh and Secretary Daniel OKeefe are doing excellent work for Division 2 which they hope to place in the front rank They have an excellent field for Work and their example should b followed by every member of the division With united effort they would soon be over 200 strong PJtOF TAMES SIANGAN DEAD The death of Prof Jamec1 Man gan aged eightytwo years oc curred at the home of his daughter Mrs Raymond Stanton Chestnut i street Jeffersonville on July HI 1 His funeral took place from St Augustines church in that city on j Saturday morning August 2 when a solemn requiem mass was sung i for the repose of his soul the Rev John OConnell being the celebrant A large number ot old friends of deceased attended the obsequies The Interment was in St Augus tines cemetery by the side of his wife who had preceded him by four years Prof Mangan taught the boys parochial school at St Augus tines In Jeffersonville for many years and also the boys parochial school at Holy Trinity New Albany thirty years ago He was n man of unblemished character patient charitable and kind His life was an Inspiration to all who knew him in May ho zest in peace He IB survived by two daughters Miss Molllo Mangan and Mrs Elizabeth stan- ton of CATHOLIC WOMANS CLUB A meeting of the Board ot D rectors of the Catholic Womans Club will be held at tho home iioxt Mon day morning and it Is hoped that a number will have applied for memo bership by that time The club should have a large representation In every parish of the city As fFather Schuhraann has said Could the public arid particularly our i r people have an lasiglt Into tho good which the club la do- Ing as Is given to the ladles iin charge to have the Interest and generosity in behalf ot this ad mirable work would be doubled or trebled in the next decade of its existence ofTWIN CITY LEAGUE Only six more weeks remain of rhe Catholic Baseball League Including divisiontyfor Judging from the present outlook the Champions are a likely bet foray pennant honors although they wo given a harder race than last season when under the name ot the S- an t Charles they romped oft with the flag easily and later defeated some of the best semiprofessional teams about town The schedule for tomorrow Is as follows Bruins vs Spring Champions vs Hepburns Kentuc todPark and Shamrocks vs Cadets at Fairmont Park New Albany The standing to date W L P- etCbamplonsll 4 733 gi5pringBanksJ 5 643 Kentucky Oaks 9 6 600 Bruins 7 8 467 Shamrocks 6 8 4 Hepburns 5 8 3 Cadets 5 8 385 Athletics 4 9 3 slnlSE UL EPOCH Mlnneby noon a record for attendance will surely be established this being es peclally the case In the doubleL header booked for tomorrow afternoon reserved seats and boxes al ready being sold out and additional1 seats will be built on the playing field With fair weather tomorrow the largest attendance in the history of baseball in Louisville Is looked for and this includes the old days toof the National League when Fred Clarke Honus Wagner Jimmy Collins and other worldwide stars performed at Twentyeighth and Broadway The four games withI threesfollowing with Milwaukee td probably settle the respective chances of each nil being evenly matched and any aground lost iIn- 1t these series will hardly be recovered later on From a pitching stand point the Colonels loop the best nnd if they regain their batting eye should be returned winner In both series as Minneapolis aril Milwaukee are both shy oirjUtahlng material at present and have been depending on slugging to win games although Cantlllon has the weakest hitting og gregatlon in the past four years ST WILLIAMS FESTIVAL The festival for which St Wlll tams people have been preparing for the past seven weeps will take plat next Tuesday and Wednesday ever i tugs the afternoons being for th children It will be given at the parish grounds and hall at Ihlr teenth and Oak streets There wl1 1 be no charge for admission no meals no euchre no lotto except iIn atthe afternoon The hall Is largo haq a fine floor will be clear of all ob structions and there wlllbe ex cellent music There will be all1 kinds of refreshments and many means of pleasure and diversion Tile buildings have all been freshly andI beautifully painted while th s grounds are largo and will b e brilliantly illuminated and assur ance Is given that there will be nr excellent array ot prizes andI premiums The detective contest which has aroused widespread inter est calling for a second edition of books will be decided at this fee tlval twelve awards to be drawn the first night and the remainder the second Father Conner and his peo pie are garteful to those who hav been kind and generous and the- o hope to be able to welcome and greet large numbers ot friends each even ing BETTING ON JAMES Tho last Issue of the Petoskey News contains a thrilling story of how James McGrath son of Frank McGrath the local Democratic Chair man captured a monster fish barehanded while swimming in Lake Michigan and after a desperate strug gle towed his specimen of the finny tribe Into horeSome of Jims friends here are debating qn whether he found a gullible reporter to relate his experience to some even betting such was the case but to do the writer of the article Justice he quail ties by stating that the Friday edible might hove had tummy ache hence his capture FORESTERS CONVENTION The twentyfirst annual international convention ot the Catholic Order of Foresters Was held In thlc city this week and the programme heretofore published was carried out every detail All the States in of which the ardor is established were fully represented and officers dole gates and visitors are loud in praise to the treatment received here The religious services were held at the Cathedral and the business sessions which were executive in the Seel bach Hotel IProm what has been given out the proceedings were harmonious and will prove gratify ing to the membership at large Officers were elected late Thursday those who have been directing the order being given another term In The demand for ebafAIMM dresses I IH- atholla to b JlaerMtrinr as 3 ItIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges CanolMurphyliar been app lnted Vicar General of Limerick diocese The Galway Harbor Commissioners at a special meeting have decided to petition the Board of Works for there sum of 200000 for deepening and improving the harbor James Nicholson who was found guilty of the manslaughter of Bernard Scanlan at the Sligo Assizes was sentenced by Justice Gibson to three years penal servitude ofkYMaryboroughopening of the assizes in Donegal were presented with white gloves there being no criminal business Deep regret Is felt at the death which occurred recently of Mother do Sales Miss Eleanor OHJelrno Superioress of the Convent of Mercy Sllgo She was seventyfour years 85of age and had passed sixty years In religious orders 8During the past few weeks twenty two children have died from measles In CarrickonSuir The epidemic started in the town and district about two months ago with some mild cases but most of those at tacked lately have died Two centenarians John Stanton and John McLaughlin live within a mile of each other In the parish of Ahascragh near Ballinasloe Stanton Is 103 years and McLaughlin is 107 The old gentlemen are enjoying good health and are strangers to the In firmities of old age Four menMaurice and John Landers Thomas ODonnell and Michael Lee weer seriously Injured by a blasting accident near Llsmoro John Landers thumb was blown off and all the men received facial and bodily Injuries for which they are under treatment in Llsmore Inflrm ors Widespread regret Is manifested throughout the diocese of Clonfert at the death of Rev Patrick Mulkern of Balllnasloe Father Mujkern was one of the most promising and popular young priests in the diocese and the news of his death under such painful and distressing circum stances has cast a gloom over the entire district rho Most Rev Dr McKenna Bishop of Clogher has appointed the Rev James E McKenna to be parish priest of Dromore County Tyrone In succession to the late Right Rev Monsignor McKenna Father James McKenna Is one of the ablest and most popular priests In the diocese Prior to his appointment as admInis- trator ot Dromore he was for many years a curate In Enniskillen and ineevery part of the parish Mrs Hanlon wife of Thomas Han lon a laborer Shanagolden County Limerick received a fearful shock when 9n returning from performing some kind offices for an ailing intend she found her three children two boys and a girl dead in their beds Jiavln been smothered by dense smoke caused by smouldering fagots which ignited the kitchen furniture On leaving the house theochildren their breakfast and closed the doors The death of James Moynagh at Corravacken has caused deep and widespread regret Deceased was in extensive farmer and dealer and was well known In business circles all over the counties of Mdnaghan and Cavan whore his upright and charitable disposition earned for him many friends Ho was a sterling Nationalist who took an active part nay tional organizations and was ever ready to support every movement for the benefit of the country JUBILEE MISSION The Rev Father Charles Curran of Holy Trinity church In Now Al bany announced at the service in that church Sunday morning a jubilee J mission to be held at the church be ginning the last Sunday in October and continuing two weeks It will be In observance of the jubilee year of 1913 which commemorates the fifteen hundredth anniversary of the edict of peace granted by Emperor Constantine to the Christian church- A letter written by Pope Pius X proclaiming the jubilee to the Catholic churches of the world was read The observance Is worldwide Blshop Joseph Chartrand of tho dio case of Indianapolis to which the churches In Now Albany belong has decided that the faithful shall go to confession and communion and that they make six visits to the parish church give alms to the poor or for some other charitable purpose Dur- Ing this jubilee mission the Catholics Holy Trinity parish are expected to gain the jubilee Indulgence During the mission there will bo addresses Catholics and special addresses to persons who are not Catholics There also will be question box for persons outside the church who desire to ask questions concerning the Catholic faith PAPATi COLORS The Papal colors wore originally yellow and red but Napoleon Having adopted these colors for hli roops Italy Pope Plus VII in 180S changed them to white and yellow they now continue to be a 0 I = J e I ++ 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