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L PATRONIZE CREAGERS BUSINESSSCHOOL SeCOnd iad BrecklaTldge i 6b 1913 FIVE T President of That I Revising Latin Vulgnto Bible f Explain Object of Ills Visit to America of Project to Product New Version of Sacred I I t TO WORLD The Right Rev Dom Gasquet Abbot of the English Benedictines and ft member of the commission appointed by Pope Plus X In 1907 to revise the Vulgate has arrived in New York and will tour the coun try and lecture In various cities on the subject of the new version of the Scriptures which is now In course of preparation This great work has been in progress since 1907 and Is being carriedl on by a special commission made up of some of the great Scriptural scholars I in the Catholic church and although its labors have already extended over six years the work is far from completed Benedictine scholars have been searching archives and librar ies in every part of Europe and nuns in distant convents and laymen also have aided It is planned to give the world the nearest accurate copy of the Latin Bible since the fourth century The commission has collected 14000 manuscripts Copies ot 30000 pages of Biblical documents were obtained with the cameras aid were made of manuscripts too precious to be removed from jurarles and there will be compiled pictorial volumes of every known Bible manuscript in existence As the learned Benedictine is known all over the world as one of Its foremost students in the domains of church history and Sacred Scripture his lectures will undoubtedly attract far more than ordinary attention A short time ago Abbot Gasquet was Tequested by the editor of the London Tablet to give a brief acn count of the results thus far accom plished In the woron jvhlch he is engaged His request was Six years ago It was announced In the press that the Pope had determined to prepare for a critical revision of the Latin Bible The need for such a revision has been recognized from the time when in 1692 Pope Clement VIII published the present authentic edition and In this age of critical examination of all texts It has been frequently made a subject of reproach to the Catholic church that nothing has been done for the official Latin text In the spring of 1907 there fore the Holy Father charged the Benedictine Order with the task of making for a full and adequate examination of the Latin text and as a first step to endeavor by a critical study of the existing Latin MSS to obtain as nearly as possible the version of St Jerome The Importance of this first step Js obvious At the present day all scholars are agreed as to the corn petence of St Jerome for the work given him by St Damasus He had access to Greek and other manu scripts even then considered ancient which are no longer known to exist ho could compare dozens of texts for every one we can now examine and he had means of testing their value which we do not possess So clear is the importance of obtaining the pure text of St Jerome that it is considered by the most compe tent authorities that the text would probably be found to afford a better basis for the true text of the Greek Septuagint Version than any Greek MSS now extant To recover this text Is the scope of the present com the close of the same year 1907 a commlslon had assembled in Rome to discuss the best method of carrying out the wishes of the Pope From the first it was obvious that the work would bo both long and costly The HoW Father desired that the best methods should be S employed regardless of expense He made himself from tho first respon sible for all necessary expenses Jjut he trusted that the Catholic world would soon recognize the Import nco of this project for religion and would support It by their con tributions In this expectation the Pope has not been and up to the present there has been forthcoming sufficient means to carry on tho work Now however a new need has arisen which obliges mO to make a wider appeal to the Catholic world So far wo have been most occupied with the collection of material and with the colla tion of the existing MSS with tho present iLatln text To facilitate this at the outset It became neces sary to print an edition of this text with a large margin for the purpose of noting the various variants In fact the prInt occupied only one third part of the pAper This entailed great expense but its use and Indeed neceMlty has been obvious U from the first to all who are occupied a in the work The collations made upon these Bhe U are returned to Rom when flniifced adare bound into vol Ttmw Already this epllvetion forms I U a 4 lJ- t S f I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XXXINO 10JLOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER CENTS DOM CASQUE Commission Lcarncti Benedictine Magnitude Scriptures APPEALS CATHOLIC Photographs repijtcrthTs preparations missionBy disappointed a large library which Is dally In creasing on the shelves of our commission room But beyond this 1 it was determined that It was Impera tlvp to secure perfect accuracy Ito have photographic copies made 6 practically the ancient texts used IIn the revision This also entailed II great of money but iIt may be said that experience liE s shown it absolutely necesary to bay these photographs to appeal to IIn any question as to the correctness 6f any collation Over three hundred volumes of mounted and bouncd photographs are now available foir the use of the workers at the re visionFrom the first It was obvIous that our temporary quarters In the Benedictine College of St Anslems on the Aventino would prove to be Inadequate for the work On the need being pointed out to the Holy Father he suggested as the quarter of the commission a portion of thp mpnastery of St Callsto which hat been so far used by the community of St Paul Without the Walls for II summer residence Arrangements have now beenImade to carry out the Popes and the pace has been taken for the commission The setting up ot the house will entail great expense but by the generosity of a bene fnctor the rent has been provided for ten years and the repairs and alterations provided for What I snow necessary Is If possible tose cure a sum which will give the nec essary support It is to appeal for- thlato the people of America that I am going to start for the United States on August 24 I have no doubt that they will generously respond to my appeal which is be ing made with the special blessing and authority of the Holy Father IRISH GIRLS PLUCK We noted recently how a deep laid plan of the Tories to defeat home rule by a snap or surprise division had failed The Irish were on hand In full force and the Tories themselves had the surprise It seems to have been a case of plot and counterplot The Liberal whips had been shadowing tho Conservative whips They had to hunt railroad depots and to take a note of the movements of every Individual Unionist M P They had to scheme to get invitations for big Unionist dinner parties and at homes and other social functions and had to listen to all gossip that might show on which night and in what fashion the Unionists Intended Ito pounce A foy nights ago the Unionist machinations reached a climax when in obedience to a secret and Imperative summons every available Unionist M P was called from far md neareven from the south of France and north ot Scotland Alas however fox the best laid plans ot mice and men victory was not to- O theirs and when the figures were announced that told of the defeat of the ambuscade the Liberals rallIed cheers that tho fiction writer would describe as making the ratters ring says Martin Sinclair Few of the members of Parliament who Joined in that demonstration knew how the coup had been discovered and defeated Only the chief whip and his assistants were in the secret and from that day to this he true facts have never been made public for the simple reason that it he truth had leaked out no further Information could come otit from the ame source The House of Commons has now risen and therefore vlthout Impropriety it is explained hat the facts about the intended coup were first discovered by a brilliant young Irish girl from County Mayo who In order to help he Nationalist cause took a temporary situation aq housemaid at he house of a famous Unionist M P and who overheard the details of the plot when they were discussed by her employer with some other tlf Ps in the billiard room This girl who has a college degree and plenty of friends and money and Influence quickly made an excuse to eave the house and taking an auto Trove direct to the HOeof Cons ions where she told an Irish member of what she had heard USED IRISH MONEY HERE It Is perhaps not generally known tlat Irish money was at one time legal tender In America and that as far back as the seventeenth century A large quantity of the coins known J St Patricks pennies which wero Issued In Ireland under the Confederation of Kilkenny were ifought over to New Jersey by one lark Newby and becoming current coin In that Commonwealth were egallzed In 1682 The act reads Iiat for the more convenient payment of small sums Mark Newbys oppers called Patricks halfpence ball pass as haltpence current coin Thus a coin associated with the os ilratlon to selfgovernment In Ireland over two hundred years ago and Described by the English Govern Lent became legal tender In what was then an English colony These coins bear on the observe a bard ealed wlth his harp surmounted by ai royal crown and the Inscription Floreat Rex and on the reverse a rEpresentation of St Patrick with the Inscription Qulescat Plebs BISHOp SPEAKS GERMAN The Bishop ot Little Rock Right nevJohn B Morris Is proving his ersatlllty and adaptability In more ways than one Hkf Lordship Is an AmerIcan of Irish extraction and notwithstanding these two facts he speaks the language of the iFilher land quite well and last week he lurprlsed and pleased all who heard ilm preaofc a sermon in thjeGerjaan cnguagA to the delegates and visitors to the State eonveatlba ort g Ger nan ibelttUf ArkaMM awwrabjad- it POMBOfiUft I CALL DOWN For Charles Dobbs Saclnlls Lender When Ue Attacked Religion Exposes the Real Attitude of IUs Followers Toward theI Church GivenStern Rebuke by Protestant Minister at Labor Sun day Meeting CREATES AN OBNOXIOUS SCENE Last Sunday afternoon Charles Dobbs author of tile scandalous article that appeared in the Courier Journal some years ago about the sacred relics that repose in St Martins church and Socialist candi date who receives but few votes created a rather unlookedfor and deplorable scene at the Labor Sun day meeting held in Central Park By some unaccountable means Dobbs had been selected to speak for organized labor but instead he made a violent attack upon the Church and Christian religion un wittingly showing the real attitude of the Socialists His statements re flecting on the ministers and the Bible were warmly disputed by tho Rev Dr Julian S Sibley pastor of the Stuart Robinson Memorial Pres- byterIan church who declared that the worlds problems whether those of labor of not never will bo solved by crowding God and Christ out and yielding to a gross materialI- sm The dally press furnish the following from Dobbs address and they are pronounced the words he utteredIn the first place it must bo admitted that there is separation between the laboring masses and the Church The laboring class has al ways had a resentment for ecclesiastical authority which takes a text from here and there in the Bible to make the oppressed con tented and to keep them In subjec lion We are tired of hearing that old text Servants Be Subject to Your Masters We want no mas ters I believe that the people are getting away from the churches be havingithem and their Gpd We need no such mediation man can have di rect access to God They also deny to any priest or preacher the right to utter anathemas against them qr to upbraid them In any way If they are not faithful to their masters Probably the reason back of all this Is that modern scientific criticism has completely demolished the old doctrine of the verbal inspiration of tIle Bible The people no longer are Interested in your talk about the spiritual life or your vague metaphysical speculations they care nothing for the doctrine of the Trin- Ity or transubstantiation but if the gospel of Jesus Christ means tho brotherhood of man then they are mightily interested in Iit Otherwise not If Christianity is really Interested in the brotherhood of man it bad better begin to show it If the churches can not see that the basic principles of the labor movement are those of Jesus of Nazareth they are way behind the times and are but mumbling over the dry bones of theology The world long ago has tired of this We care not for what rou preach and what you sing but tor what you do and what you live Rev Dr Sibley when introduced declared he came to the meeting not Intending to enter Into an argument but to preach to Christian people But I want to say he said for the benefit of the gentleman who has Just preceded me that not on scientific or any other grounds has tho verbal inspiration of the Bible been demolished He too easily weeps aside the very foundations of the church of God We Christians believe that the Bible Is the word of God and inspired from covet to over It I did not believe it I would not be preaching the gospel hero today I resent tile Insinuations md the slurs directed against what and every other Christian minister represent the greatest labor organ sation in the world the church of he iLord Jesus CrrJsl This churcn docs not promise men ease and luxury land lIcensee but rather itelev- ates and ennobles them because It makes them colaborers with Almighty God the Master laborer of he universe It strikes me that may who are crying their panaceas for all the evils of the hay are too much concerned with making n living rather than with right living f all men but lived right there rould be little difficulty in those rho wished to make a living Men or this class are seeming to forget he teachings of Him who said that our lives do not consist of the things re possess but in righteousness J deny that it Is the churchs business to follow every philosophy of the hour for the affair of the church above all things is to train men to live for God and eternity It Is summed up by its Divine Founder Seek ye first the kingdom of God ind hits righteousness and all things else shall be graciously added unto you The following day this fellow Oobbs made a lame denial of hlS utterances bat tho IIWho beard him Inalllttbattlie was correctly fe ported Any who read hisl article bfc St Martift ohurefc know the real value tr be plaetd on the sin l cerity of his professions of respect for religion Dobbs also showed hIs disrespect for the time and place by moving about smoking cigarettes tqr which he was called down by another minister ReV F G Stlerle of the German Methodist church who upbraided him for his conduct among the throng of worshiper while A hymn was being sung and Dr Sibley was speaking After the meeting Ar Sibley had this to say II feel that It was a great mis uponfofor he does not represent organized labor and not only from the teach- Ings of the propaganda which ho represents but oven from his words a dressed here to Christian people It is plain that he Is not in sympathy with Christianity It was a sorry thing to hear the Scripture made light of the science of Goc characterized as mumbling over dry bones and the great truths or Christianity brushed aside for sophistry RECENT DEATHS Mrs Helena Hartlege who had been long ill at her home 2613 Dank was released from earthly suffering Tuesday morning She was fifty years old and Is survived by two daughters andja son The tuners took place Thursday morning fron St Cecilias church and was attend d by many mourning friends and rela tives John C Joyce thirty years old and a clerk for the Louisville Nashvllli railroad died Sunday morning at his home 1909 High street leaving a wife and threeyearold son to mourn his death He was born In this city and was popular among his friends and acquaintances His funeral took place Tuesday morning from the Cathedral and was largely attended Sit The funeral of Michael S Hol loran was heldV Thursday from St Brlglds churchj Rev Father Jansen being celebrant of the solemn requiem mass f In the death of Mr Holleran the parish lost Its oldest member whose life was on example ot sterling worth He was eighty three years old and had long been a resident of this city Surviving him are several grown children Friends of Louis J Hugelmoyer were painfully1 shocked when they learned of hlsfdeath Tuesday morn- Ing following an Illness of less than a week Born In Germany twenty nine years ago ho came to Louisville In 1903 and since had been engaged In business with his uncle Louis a Center and Chestnut streets He Isssurvlved by his wife piho was MlssilJmma Schlachter and two children fir whom there is felt most PrP Ja1twhe4un ta1 services wero heudJrhursaay morning from St MaryBchuroh with a solemn requiem massfor the repose ot- isl soul v SISTERS EXTEND THANKS The Sisters at Sis Mary and Eliza eth Hospital extend their grateful thanks to one and all of their generous friends and benefactors whoso cheerfully gave their time labor ml money and by their Christian xample encoaraged and made their annual summer festival the success r was Following are the awards nade of the combination book prizes Diamond ring Mrs B Tlerney 211 West Broadway Gentlemans gold watcj Andrew fost 2006 Maple street Leather couch liL Reeder Silk quilt Jane Pain Bardstown Five dollars in gold Leo Link sazareth Barrel of flour Clay Hall 958 Twelfth street Hand painted vase Avgnes Hablob 24 South Spring street Gold chain rosary Joe Carey 1216 South Floyd street Hand embroidered table cover ins J B Koenig 503 East Ormsby venue Hand center piece John D Fallen 918 Fehr avenue CAMP OUT AND FISH From the Frankfort State Journal vo glean that iLleut Coy Edward J McDermott who Is taking a vacation and rest this summer on the Kentucky river left last week for Ceenons as the guest of JJ King Others In the party were Miss Susan IcDermott Edward McDermott Jr md Wasson McFerran of Louisville Misses Mary Joe Walters and Estelle ileagher and Messrs Harry King of Louisville and Leo and Paul ieagher They will be gono for everal days durlrig which fishing till constitute the chief diversion of their stay tLleut Gov McDermott nd children and Mr McFerran have been in the city since Tuesday as he guests of Miss Fannie Crltten den DEDIOATION OF CATHEDRAL While to outward appearances the Cathedral at Newstead avenue and Llndell boulevard St Louis has been completed interior decora ions will not be finished until after anuary 1 1914 The dedication ot the great temple will take place omel time In January and will call or an elaborate ceremony Prom- Inent prelates from all parts of the United States will attend when the Irst mass will be celebrated by Irchhtehop Glennon The Cathedral 0 far has cost 2000000 and an extra million will be spent In decor itlng the interior and in equipment OLDEST CASTLE Kilkenny castle IB one of the oldJ St inhabited houeee In the world millY of the roau being much as they were elgfet hu drd ytani alOi BROADSIDE Fired Into the Menace and Us Followers by Dr Charles Cusuiuings Only a Knave or Fool Persist in Charging Disloyalty to Catholics Catholic Civil Allegiance Kxciii nlificd On Every Battle field STRONG LETTER TO A BIGO Charles Cummings M D of WUliamsport Pa whose thre challenges to the Menace and its editor Rev Theodore Walker and Tom Watsbn still remain unan swered in a letter to one Mr DeWald in Branns Iconclast sends a broadside into the bigoted crew from which we extract the follow IngAnd Catholics and patriotism Mr OeWald Now here is canlneshli from Aurora Just eats em alive Caught with the goods Walker says Catholics owe allegiance to the Pope and therefore can not be loyal to the Stars and Stripes Ho sure does have some hard time to keep the Pope from gobbling ui this country Wrong again Ted awfully wrong Open up the lid ol your intelligence boxI you American bigot and let a little sunshine in The twin evils of Invincible Ignor ance and villainous bigotry are responsible for this twaddle about the disloyalty of Catholics Let us once for nil make an attempt to drive this thing into these dense minds Suppose Plus X who is spiritual hetfd oC the Catholic church was at the same time the political head Or King of Italy Suppose that Italy was In war with the United States Now by operation of this principle of Catholic loyalty and civil allegiance the Italian Catholic would be obliged to defend his country and Incidentally thereby would be fighting for the Pope The Catholics In the United States by operation of exactly the same prin ciple would be obliged to fight in defense of their country and there fore against the Pope Wo think this ought to be clear to all Intelli rent mlnds Af truly genuatoliI can otht Thiithiziih9re patriot It Jie were disloyal to Ids church it would follow as surely as night the day he would not be loyal to country or to friend What could give you a clearer proof of the principle of Catholic civil allegiance as contradis tinguished from his spiritual affilia ion than was so heroically exempli led on every battlefield of the American rebellion The Catholic who wore the blue as he who wore the gray held exactly the same spiritual relation to the Pope and yet schooled by their church that they must defend the flag of their illeglance they freely marched to battle and to death in dufense of the blue or gray according as their civil allegiance dictated Just so hUG this principle been attested to by the blood of Catholics upon every battlefield of every war In every land since the dawn of Christendom He whip knowing these facts per sists In charging disloyalty to Catholics Is either a knave or a fool or both And as to Catholics loyalty to hd Stars and Stripes It standing by those lonely twin slabs at beau tiful and historic Mount Vernon tha spirit of the father of his country ould speak to you he would tell you a Carroll a Conway a Barry a DeKalbe a a Pulaski a Moylan a Wayne a Lafayette i Molly Pitcher and thousands ot thor Catholics gave freely of their money and their lives that tho United States might take its place among the nations of the world He would tell you that this glorious riumph never could have been achieved without this Catholic sacrifice If this does not convince you of Catholic loyalty go yonder to the tomb of the gallant hero of kpnomattox H spirit would summon around him Sheridan Rose rans Meade Buell Ord Dahlgran Cochran Kearney Harney Crogaa Keenan Bleagher Dougherty Ryan and two 1itindriartd fifty thousand other Catholics who gallantly wore he blue and fought to preserve the Union on every battlefield from 3umter to Appomattox He would hurl the lie back Into your teeth md would tell you that if It were not for tho heroic sacrifice of money and lives of these patriotic Catholics this country born at Lexington and japtlzed by the blood of Catholic heroes would havo been Tent In twain and tho Stars and Stripes would not today float In peace and triumph over all this happy and united land The Catholics assassinated the Presidents Why sir that lie is the foulest He ever uttered black ash lUtse1f It Is one of the slimiest that ever crawled out of the din eased brain of the unfrocked preacher from Aurora jBprealls I am not concerned as to how these iseasslns died Alf they were facing the awful eternity they may have mjn acid tUB Catholic faith Murderers have embraced other faiths when confronted with death I wonder what this Aurora criminal will do whea that terrible moment of retribution comes One thing jj- I IB Mrtaln ai that the stars shine at II night these assassins were not Cath olicB when the deed was don There are millions of people in the world masquerading as Catholics who have no more right to that ho ored title than they have a right to possess the British crown CATHOLIC WOMEN ORGANIZE I A Federation of Catholic Wtome Societies of Cincinnati and vicinity was organized last Friday night at the Santa Maria Institute The movement was the result of the refusal of the Federation of iCathollc Societies ol Hamilton county to allow tho women societies to affiliate on an equal tooting with the men socle ties The new federation which was organized with the permission and approval of Most Rev Henry iMoeller Archbishop of Cincinnati starts with a membership of about 4000 women Works of religion education char Ity and social reform will be taken up The federation at Its I augural meeting went on record as opposing the extreme style of dress of women today Tho officers are President Miss Anna 0 Minogue associate ed- Itor of the Catholic Telegraph FIrst Vice President Mrs Anna Brossard Ladles Auxiliary Knights of St John Second Vice President Mrs Peter Weber Ladles Auxlllar Ancient Order of Hibernians Corresponding Secretary Mrs A L Summers Catholic Ladles of Columbia Recording Secretary airs Thomas McNally Ladies Catholic Benevolen Association Treasurer Sister Blan dlna Sisters of Charity of Sant Maria Institute Marshal Mrs Dan Iel Murphy Ladles Catholic Benevolent Association HAD BIG DAY The Catholic Knights of the Fall Cities had a bIg day at Jasper Ind last Sunday when between 400 and 500 took advantage of the Centra Committee excursion to the DuboJ county capital Leaving Louisville at 730 the train reached Jasper at 11 where the Kentucky State officers the Central Committee and Knights and their ladles were met by Capt Phil Kunkel and the Jasper Knights with their band and escorted to Maple Park Here there was n band con cert and reception for the visitors Jr the afternoon preceded by the bOnd all marched to the Jasper iColiegi campus where they witnessed an exciting ball game the Jasper team being victorious by a score of 8 to 6 The rest of tho day was spent In vsI Lung the fine church and college buildings and other points and belrit entertained by the citizens whose homes were all open to the visitors nils was Indeed the most enjoyable as veil as successful excursion ever given over the Southern railway largely due to the excellent work 61t I1 J3enKruso and l8senger Apentr Carroll B l ft UP ling undone that would add to the comfort of the excursionists who ar rived home at 11 chock- OSILAUGRNESSL The man who has been charged with the most delicate negotiations In the Mexican situation is Charge dAffalres Nelson OShaughnessy of tho American Embassy at Mexico City He Is regarded by the State Department as tho one man in the diplomatic service who Is qualified to deal with Huerta OShaughnessy Is thirtyseven years old the son ot the principal promoter of the Nicaraguan canal who lost his for tune In the collapse of that enterprise Nelson OShaughnessy attended Georgetown University and ob tained a degree from Oxford also studying International law In London and living on the continent until he had mastered several languages On March 17 1904 he was named Secretary pf the legation at Copen hagen serving as Charge for several months On March 17 19 06 he Was made Third Secretary at Berlin and three years later went to Vienna as Second Secretary On July 26 1911 he was named Second Secre tary at Mexico City STUDENTS FOR MISSIONS American aspirants to the foreign missions may today find an outlet for their zeal Several of the rellg lOllS orders notably the Franciscans Jesuits Holy Ghost Fathers the ongregatjon of Notre Dame tIle mothers of Mary LI Salette Fathers and the Society of the Divine Word are beginning to provide ubjects for the field Many will iota with Interest that the newly formed American Foreign Mission Seminary at Maryknoll Osslnlng Ni Y will begin Its second year on September 14 tithIng students for tllosophy and theology This sem- Inary will also open an apostolic chool In Scranton on September 8 under the name of the Blessed fenord Apostolic School for Foreign fissions Boys over fourteen years lof age and up to twentyone will be ecolved at this house If they are welt recommended by a priest and havo an Inclination to the foreign ilsslohs Such youths are encour ilsed to write to the seminary dlroc orsat Maryknoll TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Councils Maminoth Cave xcursloh last Sunday was ovoryiway uccessful and was enjoyed by about 200 people AH who made the trip commend the committee for Its ex ellent management The excursion Isis arrived home in the beat of splr Its aying they will again accompany unity next year Owing to the mmeroiis Labor day attractions there was not tho usual attendance at Mon lay nights meeting hut nevertheless lana were formed for Trinitys an rNal fall euchre one of the greatest of the year and with more prizes than my otherI J t WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give Thl Office Tour NextOrder PRICE expenditure Hugelmeyer embroidered Montgomery I DEMOCRATS Prepare For Campaign and Have Headquarters in Tyler Hotel Louisville Ilcrnltl Casting About For Bull Moose Campaign Issues VotcrsatSca Regarding Identity of Men On Progressive Ticket ONLY KNOW CAMPAIGN LEADERS At a meeting of the Democratic nominees held In the Tyler Hotel Thursday afternoon it was decided to begin campaigning right away and enough speakers were secured to cover every precinct in the wards and county if necessary Much en thusiasm prevailed and it was the general sentiment of those present that tho ticket headed by Dr Buchemeyer for Mayor would win by a handsome majority and that the Progressive crowd without the magnetism of Roosevelt as a leader this year would be a trailer In the race Realizing that the public was tired of its efforts In attempting to make burglar scares a campaign Issue for the Bull Moose party the Louisville Herald Is now endeavoring to make the PflanzFoster contest a platform for the Progressives although the court records showed that Mr Foster had a decisive majority this too in spite of the Progressive money used In aiding Mr Pflanz In his suit 100 being contributed by P H Callahan of the Louisville Varnish Company whose friends state that this was probably due to his lack ot knowledge of tho ways of wily politicians or the history of past elections in Louisville As stated before the Progressive organ the Herald Is casting about for any Issue to muddfc the mind ot the voter and that will serve to keep under cover the misfit aggregation posing as Progressive candidates the Herald having printed Mr Axtons picture several times but has never deigned to give itsreaders a line on the other eighty odd can didates Many are forced toJ that Duncan Clark and Ultv ot machine leaders of the Bull Moosm fiiif t1n i dfto14kee il1 tcharl In the background and will not even publish a little biographical sketch of the men whom thoy want to trust with bur public offices and who as the Herald claims will give us a splendid administration Every voter knows the Democratic and Republican nominees at least by sight and a majority of voters and taxpayers can even give a little re view of their public and private life and It isnt exactly fair to tho voters to hide the light of the Bull Moose candidates under a bushel that is if they possess half the virtues that Mr Duncan Clark speaks so glowingly of in his columns Now things ate different In re gard to their campaign committee photographs of W W Davless exFire Chief Tyson oxState Senator Labe Phelps former Democrats appearing with much regularity these three always being spoken of as Democrats notwithstanding that Da vless and Tyson were active workers for the Republican ticket In 1909 while Phelps ran on the Tyler ticket to injure the Democratic chances Arid as one leading Democrat ra marked the other day Labe Phelps has been out of the fold so long he wouldnt know a Democratic rooster If he met It In the road It has been suggested that if Messrs Vince and Clark the Pro resslve dictators still pursue their course of ignoring their candidates that the Democratic speakers later on will try to repair the neglect by telling on the stump just who some of them arQ and the Kentucky Irish American will furnish some of tho sketches which the Herald is so niggardly about PASSES AWAY WHILE PRAYING L J Fallen who for tho last tea years has been manager for tho Fallon Coal Company and was a well known business man of Lexing ton was found dead kneeling by his bedside in tho attitude of prayer when a member of his family Went to awake him for breakfast Wednesday It is supposed that Mr Fallon who was a devout Catholic had risen to pray as usual his early morning devotions and that death came beforo his prayer was ended x Mr Fallori was fiftythreo yearX old and was born and reared in Cin cinnati where his aged mother j and other relatives still live He left there about thirtyfive years ago and has lived in Lexington prac tically eVer since He has been for ten years manager of the Gallon Coal Company which operated two large coal yards and was an active somber ot St Pauls church IIttll survived by eight children his aged mother and several sisters and brothers His wife died last May 4SEEING IRISH SIGHTS The Kentucky Irlih American re ceived postal cards this week from Rev FatHer Rlley of L jclnjton pfheof interest He was atKlllaraey titnwas epjoylhg good htalth and bar lagl Ull tIme pt hlc life woIII KEJSrXUOK lCYtT a MEQRXOAN I KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNe IiTttoJ to the Social Ml Moral A4raiceae Mt ef1 Irish AtaerksBs sad CUOfficially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Huber Bans Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KKNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PHINTINQ CO Imcerpowted puYllalln SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY I BoUrtd dtk UalfTlIU PoitoHU u 8 oQdCI jj fUtUr I r MtteuM CmaHlaMen to bs KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Jlf21 West Ones S LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6 IQI3 WHAT Y M I OFFERS iMackln and Trinity Councils Y M L offer the Catholic young m of Louisville for nominal month dues advantages that can not be o talned elsewhere for more money o Located on Twentysixth street and Baxter avenue both on car lines they are but a few minutes ride from the center of the city Mack and Trinity provide opportunity cultivate the acquaintance of best Catholic young men and boys bf Louisville and also library rooms In which can be found current mag azlnes the latest books and the besl classical literature of the day T pool rooms well furnished give o portunity to Improve the game F pocket billiards while the show er baths splendidly equipped with ho or cold water soap and towel serv ice are greatly appreciated T 1 dance halls on the second floor each with windows on all sides in eurlng a free circulation of all have the best floors for dancing In the city with pianos Installed fuse any time Committee meetlni f rooms card roojiis and parlors nnd gymnasiums for physical exercise furnish ample conveniences for BO vial Intercourse and a place when Catholics can meet on commoi ground The Y M 1 here also pay sick and death benefits all for six ty cnts a month or two cents a day This Is the organization where the young man gets his moneys wortt and then some There is no reaso why the membership should not 1hi doubled during the coming whiter t season NOTE TINS PACT Our bilious friends who are over lastingly bemoaning the fact that t the Catholic church ever became r ruling power In this country Prol estants would probably be all drive into the sea should note the recent i action of the constituent assembly JAfaragua which is a thoroughl IthorHs country Nicaragua ro ntly adopted this article Tlifr religion of the State is iho Catholic r Apostolic and Roman No laws can can be passed contrary to the liberty of the church or restrictive of its judicial personality No one shall bo molested for his religious opin ions nor compelled to profess an creed or observe any practice- contrary to his conscience Some difference between this and the action of the bigots in this country InIearly days who killed Quakers Jews and Catholics on account of their religious belief- INDORSE HIS POLICY Some English newspapers qre Inclined to criticize President Wil sons policy but the President prob ably will find sufficient consolation t for that in the fact that his policy Is Indorsed by tile American people witness the unanimous demonstra tion of approval that his message called forth in Congressand he Is receiving the moral support of cer tain great powers There have been no important developments this week and therefore the hope is gaining ground that the Mexican problem yet remains in a fair way oC being settled peacefully OARE FOR POOR The Little Sisters of the Poor now number 6793 and they are caring for 45913 homeless old people They have 306 houses fiftyseven of which are in North and South Amer ica one of them located In Louisville n at Tenth and Magazine where many Protestant and Cathol cs found com fort and shelter in their old age and happily passed away These good Sisters are some of those awful women thati the Menace and its ilk would slander They are working for God and humanity and tho Xenace Is doing absolutely nothing for anybody but Incessant Marking ti PERTINENT QUESTIONSt Writing on the future of Socialism and the death of August Bebel the strongest leader the Socialist party yet developed Robt Ellis Thomp ppI la the Irish World propounds state questions that Bebele follow 811 will find difficult and be slow jib answer Bebel was born to poverty and acquired wealth rind yet remained a Socialist How he could J theprodtton Wlongfe In Its eatlrety to the laborer and acting Bth rbelltf the IrrKer Is unable to see If thin vlere ela redup it might help 40 j the Ahiiwer et aHtker quentlea 1 J Y I How is the growth of capital to b maintained so as to meet the need of a growing population when then thelyneithebprofits nor dividends to the Soda State their solo employer Or tIf that to be right for the Social State which is now denounced as practlca theft when done by the individual In ttoeaistinthemass of capital will furnish employment for Are we to have I stereotyped condition of society without progress or outlook beyond t thehepresent number of people to the improveofment And what if the Socialist theory had been put Into practice it the Stone Age before the rise of any everhoman made for himself the rude tools it which could bo hammered out of flint How could the race of mall kind have got any farther that that I or THEY WANT NAME ONLY s In October our over the fenri Protestant Episcopalians who wan e to be known as Catholics nomine Catholics will make a great fight a to robaptlzo their organization and call It the Catholic church which prompts the Catholic Advance to make this query It the presen Prince of Wales heir to the English throne become a member of thia e High Church party of the Church of England and therefore should cal himself a Catholic how would he when coming to the throne as King take an oath that he is a Prot estant When England was Cath sworefreligious fealty to the only Church of Christ the one having its head in Rome When the Protestants 1got control they put in the clause which bars anyone but a Protestant from the English throne The Introduction of this question of change of name hasbeen a source of wrangling In every convention of the Episcopalians We shall hear Lsome tall talking this year if the preliminary committee doesnt chloroform the bill before it gets before the house Benedictinecommission conducting the revision of the Latin Vulgate Bible has arrived In this country and under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus will lecture in all thee cities upon the great project insti tuted by Pope Plus X Elsewhere In this issue Dom Gasquet explains the obejct of his visit to America which Catholics will read With inter est All Louisville and Kentucky was placed in mourning Wednesday morning when the appalling news was received that Dr Joseph B Marvin and his wife and daughter lost their lives In the awful railroad disaster at New Haven Conn They were known for their hospitality and benevolence and their deaths leave a void that will be widely felt CREATES REAL BEAUTY I Would you be beautiful See tto It that you reflect only that which is beautiful In the world See to It that only beautiful thoughts mold your features Watch that bitterness envy hate Jealousy malice and kin dred evil emotions do not work un seen and paint your face with signs i of ugliness that disfigure the soulIThis is a lesson In philosophy whichIcan not be lightly regarded nor can I theorytstrange wonderful feature of it is i that while nature may mold the form and faced in homely fashionII the beauty of the mind will make them radiant Beauty of face does not lie in creams and cosmetics 1theybeauty in its foundations comes u from the mind You would not usee 0athen that poison is no part of the foundation of your beauty your mind ad WELCOME THEIR BISHOP 7e Accompanied by the Very Rev John T OConnell the Right Rev Joseph Schrembs Bishop of Toledo III arrived home last Sunday fromantour months trip to Europe and IM was accorded a welcome surpassing anything ever witnesed in that city and that was concluded with a Jubilee reception in Memorial Hall a on Thursday night Sunday alter ci noon there was a monster parade n when the Bishop was escorted to the B Oatiedraf His home oonung was bi trade almost memorable as was fait entrance to Toledo on leSun day in October 1911 when he came It to be enthroned al the first Bishop te of the dleees eI e J TUB IRISH FATHER My colleen dhas my colleen Youre sailing far from me- a Like the wild geese youre flying Beyond the wide blue sea- My colleen dhas my colleen Ill never see you more a God bless you and preserve you On tho stranger shore c I My colleen dhaa my colleen- I see you as of yore With your golden curls entwlnln My ould gray Cothamore When she who had your eyes o blue e Would sing her happy song God bless her and preserve her J wont be from her long My colleen dhas my colleen I see you as a bride In the fdroff land so happya With him your love and pride- S Ill bless you both mavourneen si As I whisper God knows best Ill miss you In my lonely yeara 1 But here I wish to rest 1 Its here she Is now sleeping 3 Shed bid mo with her stay The youthful bride who left you When she was called away 1She wants me hero beside her grave1 To tell her of your joys t My colleen dhas God bless you i Till wo meet In Paradise Josephine Byrne Sullivan I It l 1 SOCIETY l mss Angela Perry is sojourning a French Lick Springs t Mrs Alexis J Schulten was host- essr to her bridge club Thursday Albanyfin Cincinnati I Mss Cella Laven has gone East to upend several weeks and will attend the taU openings Miss Katberlne B Kelly has re1 tifriends at Prospect t John F Oetken and Albert D I Gregg have been visiting in Lexington this pasb week t I Miss Fannie Sullivan has beer visiting in Frankfort the guest of Mrs J V McDermott returnedfI Ited her cousin Clifton Bush S Misses Florence Barrett and Julln Flynn were noticed shopping and sightseeing In Paris last week I Mrs Mary Gathof and daughter Miss Florence Gathof left Thursday for a months stay at Rome Ind Mrs Walter Murphy of Parkview returned last week from a visit wit Mr and Mrs Will Medley at St John Miss Catherine OLeary has been one of the summer occupants of the Bobbins cottage at Olympian Springs Miss Mary Brennari has returned from Frankfort where she was the guest of Mr and Mrs John Will lams Miss Margaret McDaniel was last week a visitor in Bedford Ind the guest of Mrs James OConnell and family Miss Amelia Crovo and sister Mrs E H Young left Monday on a visit to New York CIty and other Eastern points Misses Mary and Winifred Brod crick have returned from a weeks visit to Dr and Mrs Frank Wolf at Corydon Ind t Miss Julia Flynn and niece Miss Florence Barrett of Morton avenue arrived home this week from their tour of Europe Miss Mamie Henuessy has boom vis iting in Covington this past week as the guest of her cousin Miss Hor tense Twyman Mrs Edward Doyle and children of South Louisville have been relatives Mrs W G ORourke of Parkview has had as her guests for the week Mm Louise ORourke and son Ivo of Charleston Mo Misses Frances Smyser and lichen Mapother twill leave soon for St Marys Garden Olty L I where they will attend school this winter Mrs M Savage and sister Miss Catherine McQuire spent a few days In Cincinnati this past week as the guests of Mr and Mrs John Bester nan The marriage of Miss Mary Con nolly and Hugh Able took place Thursday at Holy Name church Rev Father OConnor performing- he ceremony 1Westirstreekend in Georgetown as the guest f her cousins the Misses Esther and harlotteJamesMfr D Phil J McGovern an ounce the engagement of thlr r aughter Miss MargarefMcGovern to oseph L Sohm Jr The wedding fl rill take place October 1 t The recent boy arrival at the res dence of Mr andjllrs Harry Mur ane has been christened Terence Itcbael the latter name In honor f the godfather Michael J Cahlll C iin Mrs Llllle OConnor and daughter 6 QhlIrIgoora parents Mr and airs Louie cl lust West IFlrt street New Al di any f MlM Anita Sower and guests Ri 1 liaees Katherine Weltzel of Iron te on and Virginia Dundoji and Kath 1In rine OCounali of Paris who spent m- it 1 1 n fl ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll in event I of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection SOt1 NNltNi 04Nt 1+ 0 N4NN f- I Were Prepared to Do It PromptlyI I and in FirstClass Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations I a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 316 GRXSECJV tT lTRl IL- aNt t last week with Mrs John P Hanle have returned to their homes Corcoran and daughte- returned this week from an e tended Eastern visit and trl through Canada They were ac s companied home by Andrew Cori coran who Is now located in Canada Miss Mamie Agnes Decker an 1 Dr Ben Vaughan were marrlec Monday afternoon by Father Roc In the rectory of the Cathedral the Assumption Dr and Mrs o Vaughan left after the ceremony foi a trip to French Lick A handsome little Y M I hai made his advent into the home Grand President Robert T Bur on West Broadway which has much rejoicing among his friends The proud parents hay been kept busy acknowledging con I gratulationsHis friends will regret t learn that Attorney Joseph MIi Keyer is quite 111 Of typhoid fevei at his home 189 Coral avenue Thursday his condition was re ported somewhat improved an hopes are entertained that his recov cry will not be long delayed The engagement of Miss Margarei Frayne and Daniel J King has ins been announced the marriage to take han at St Louis Bertrands churc Wednesday morning Septembe 17 After the ceremony the youn couple will leave for a bridal tour which will Include Alammoth Cave and Pensacola Fla where they will ip guests of relatives of Mr King George F Simbnis the prize bachelor of Mackin Council returned Wednesday night from an Eastern tour which was begun after the close of the YM 1 convention on August 9 His itinerary Included Buffalo Niagara Falls Toronto and Dennison Ohio Georges long stay was responsible for the rumor that he had succumbed to the wiles of Cupid COIj AVHAM EN IN IRELANDi letters received this week from Col John H WhaUen who is now touring Ireland say that he is hav- Ing a good time and that his health has geratly improved Col Whallen was in London last week and will not return before October HOME FROM ERIN JamesThompson the widely known Kentucky distiller arrived home Tuesday from Ireland where he has been visiting Ills brother and relatives for the past two months While in Belfast Mr Thompson was urged to remain In Erin and become a member of the Irish Parliament that will meet in Dublin- COVINGTON Extraordinary preparations are being made in Covington for the laying of the cornerstone of the new St Augustines church which will take place on Sunday afternoon September 21 Right Rev Bishop Maes will preside at the ceremonies which will be preceded by a parade of the various Catholic societies of the city VACATION FOR ENGINEER James Cummlngs the big and genial Louisville i 1 Nashville rail road engineer and his wife of 2727 South Third street left Saturday for a pleasure trip to the Lakes and throughout Canada They will be gone a month lUAUESICKGLAD Patients at the City Deaconess aid Sttf Mary and Elizabeth HosII Itals were made glad Tuesday byII T Schmltt JjOUisvJUes new Postmaster I who distributed the flowers I eceiyed by him when he took officeII among the afflicted at the three In weredlstrlbutedmastert 30SSIONARYOONGnFss The second Catholic Missionary I ongress of America will take place II Boston during the week beginning t ctober 1981xty or more Blshopa com this country fifteen from Can da and hundreds of the reverend ergy will assemble under thePrenlsency of Cardinal OConnell The success of the first congress held 1I Ive years ago in was notable c ld resulted lIn awakening much in o tln the mliwlonary movement a the more sparsely settled cOm o mHltlee la the Weet sad South e nl TRANSYLVANIAEN Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building WEWANTYOURWORK S- tylePRINTING WJ3JST Matthew Springs Northern Chicago rrs MENSx I P I 1O d andIdIt of S12r ALLWOOL 9 keY of 0 SUITS I Ifor j 11750j I t t I Iat1 f 1 LEVYS THIRD AND MARKET KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Else where Indiana has over 9000 members Tomorrow there will be a big Inltla tton at Brookvlllo Ind iProspects are bright for a ner council at Hot Springs Ark Mansfield Council will have charg of next years outing at Cedar Point OhioKnights exemplifledRegina Bask- Everywhere throughout the country plans are being formulated foi the general observance of Columbu dayIt Is announced that in the neal goolassArkThe Poln1brout end their families from fifty Ohio councilsThe Knights of Zola Kas ar starting a campaign to make thou membership over IdO before the first of the year exemplifiedMonday membershipgan councils at Manitowoc IWUs The Fourth degree Knights o Northern Illinois acted as escort to Apostolicley when they visited Ottawa Ill and dedicated three schools on Labor day 1 EUCHRE AND LOTTO Next Monday night at 8 oclock partyInstreet between Market and Jefferson It will be conducted by the isomeI atheawarded DECLINES POSITION offect fromhe ofhelliternatloualCxposltlon theExposition beltven lergyjtnan to seijve as a Special Com jtINIOj JIiu CASUALTY INSURANCE co I Kentucky State Fair SEPTEMBER 15 to 20 1913tt The Kentucky State Fair will offer to the farmers and livestock exhibitors an opportunity to exhibit the best products of their farms and best specimens of displaytheirwhich liberal premiums are offered 30000 in Premiums 6 BIG DAYS 6 Reducedo e MM Rates For Information Entry Blanks Catalog Etc address J L DENT Secretary 705 PAUL JONES BUILDING LOUISVILLE I Suits Up 1 On Guard1f Your Money Guarded Interest The interest and all that part of your weekly oldbankdaysforgood paying investment or start you in business of your own Bring us regularly 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 the peoples money andwe offer you the same protection under the direct supervision of the State of Kentucky Begntoday German Insurance 207211 W Market Street Between 2ndand 3rd PrefcJGRobbertCMUer Jolla Eo HuM Mgr Savings Dept sCWSctolttJrAlfredKopmeierHenry I fi M u aft f The Last Dollar1mJ l IThat you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year there MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR I must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of thee comingrf Kye Savings Bank and Trust Co fFifth and Court Place I Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m nrijTn3imili nriij iIi L Iiii I and- Overcoats 16 On a a a safeguarding Bank 425 W JEFFERSON UP STAIRS STORE ARCHBISHOP OF MILWAUKEE On Friday of last week His Grace Archbishop Messmer reached the age of sixtyfour years having been born on August 29 1849 at Goldach Switzerland On Novem 23 the Archbishop will observe the tenth anniversary of hits appoint ment as Metropolitan of Milwaukee Ad mules an- nosiillSEEl1S DOOMED The historic village of Ardmore County Waterford Ireland is loomed by the incoming sea accord- Ing to a recent report The village Is eight miles from Cork and con tains many Interesting remains of early eeslesiaitlcal architecture 0- I 59 Years Title Home Phone City 3238 GAYETY THEATER Ono Week CoxuutMelng Bandar Matlnw GREAT INDIAN DRAMA Where the Trail Divides A Striking Story of Amefcan Life and Scenes in the West PBIOHS Sunday Matinee lOc age 860 SaturdayNIktalOcNext WeekMutt and Jeff 4 MOSTLY GIRLS In the Southern cotton mills 61 per cent of the women employed are under itwentyOHe years of age 0 kENTUOKY IstH AMERICAN r 1 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JJ BARRETTS SONS FUNERALDIRECTORSAND 822 East Main Street of H+ I 11111111 I 1111 I 111 11 Z 11101 THOMAS KEENAN and Embalmer CITY 365 1221 U 111111111111 II III II II II U bran Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriage Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETm TELEPHONE 810 11 Z oJ loJ 011 ++ 1 +++01 +1 + zz DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT t 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHQNES Cumb Main 2998a Homo City 8008 sB ++01 01 +011 I ZI otzt II +++1 oJ Z 11 11 UorZIZ1 I OL- DFORTUNArBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORPORATED WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS 11 HH+oJoJ I U I 11111 IIH I S 111II1 S 1 1+ + J 1111 Jo FIND WINES AGSII AL SOLB a 323 West Green Street LIQuOnS OIGAKS t+1 1111101 J oJ 111 t 1 oJz 1 IIIZ + I 111 1111111111 zH1 1 11 IlliZI I o + A 0 HJ DR J Te CHAWK tiInfirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET OJ esC b S 299a HUM City 2399 I9eeee9eseeeee +O4+ O BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS PURE H McKenna Kr J All the lateand new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prlcM Call and see u- eHERRMANN BROS iuroKxxxs FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dktlllen aad Wbolecule Deter In Flnwt Bunds KM tacky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND ti heee lilt 214 XTM inner s of 11 oJ Funeral Director TELEPHONE WEST MARKET ST SlIII I W DISTILLERS f ALWAYS Distiller Fairfield BEDDING PLANTSf Geraniums s- tleleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONAlL- ErfilCESJACOBSCUULZ TH FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both PbJttes 223ItHn you tow M s eesBea ttt will pver Hum ter ute ST XAVIBRS COLLEGE 11 WI Srowy wsnwKJ CendaetM by tk XAVerlaa Brotier ClUIIIea1 Solentiac asd BwciaaM largeawlMaa4 T nai U4w ts Br Jane Dir I j COII2Se7While the cobbler mused thert passed his pane a beggar drenched bIi the driving rain he called him i from the stormy street and gave hin shoe for his bruised feet The beggar went and there came a crone her face with wrinkles of orrow sown a bundle of faggots bowed he ji backand she was spent with the wrench and rack He gave her hi loaf and steadied her load as she too II tcIIwaiting cup and led it home to Its mothers arms out of the reach 01 ithe worlds alarms The day wen I down In the crimson west and wit it the hope of the blessed Guest an Conrad sighed as the world turne- gray Why Is it Lord that your fee delay Did you forget that this iwa the day Then soft in the t youitimes I came to your friendly door three times my shadow was on your floor I was the beggar with bruised feet I was the woman you gave teat 0 I was the child onthe homelcs streetEdwln Markham AFTER THE SPEEDERS The police have been doing excellent work this week In capturing the reckless speeders who Ignore the law and endanger life And It Is gratifying to sea Judge Boldrlck impose the limit on all who are caught BECOMES CONVENT Contractors have been busy re pairing and putting in shape tM former Court Mouse of tho city of Pembina N D which will be opened as a convent school this month by the missionary Oblate Nuns The place will be incorpor ated under the name ot The Acad emy of Mary Immaculate The property has been purchased by the citizens and Commercial Club of Pembina and donated to the Oblato Sisters OPENED BY BISHOP Right Rev Bishop Schrembs pro nounced the Invocation at the open Ing of the Central States Printers Exposition and convention held this week at Toledo The first session was held Tuesday morning when the Bishop faced the largest gather- Ing of printers and publishers and representatives of other branches of the graphic arts ever assembled in this country UNDERGOES OPERATION The Right Rev J A Duffy Bishop of Kearney Neb suffered an attack of appendicitis and last week underwent an Operation at St Jo sephs Hospital in Denver I Tho operation was successful and every thing seems favorable for an early recovery of the Bishop a fact which his many friends were pleased to learn EVANSVILLE The cornerstone of the new Church of St Benedict at Evansville was laid Sunday with impressive ceremonies The sermon was delivered by the Rev Father Basil of Jasper Ind The Knights of Colum bus took part in the exercises The new church will cost more than 40000 THEIR SAFETY VALVE Father McDonald who Is a Chap lain in the navy said the navy is now 85 to 90 per cent temperate We have he saldJ1Y actual enumera tion 12 per cent total abstainers and 85 per cent temperate men The old days are passing and men do not return to the ship drunk There are men in the navy who go ashore take a glass of beer and then go their way They will take a pledge against whisky but want their beer as a safety valvo COUNTS colt WOMEN Sweetness daintiness and cleanli ness are qualities which every woman should possess and they are qualities that gather to us all the best things of life friendship affection Belfrespect ambition and happiness Without them one is scarcely a woman certainly not a live one but just a human indi passingthroughIs not taking any notes on the way FIGURES THAT STARTLE During the last three months the total damage done to property in England by the militant suffrage has exceeded 6000000 it is estimated the suffrage campaign 4s new costing England 25OQO000 a year MIRACLES AT LOURDES Italian pilgrims who have re turned from Lourdes tell of nineteen miraculous cures wrought at the famous shrine Several of them were certified to by Italian doctors at the Bureau des Constatations RILLARNEY HOUSE DESTROYED The Earl of KenmareB tine seat Klllarney House Klllarney County Kerry was destroyed by fire Sunday It was built thirty years ago at a cost of 1000000 and was one of the most noted in Ireland CARDINAL ON VACATION Accompanied by Bishop OConnell of Richmond Cardinal Gibbons has been spending a two weeks vacation at Spring Lake N J MENACE BARRED e The officials of the Wisconsin Veterans Home have removed the Menace from the files of the Home library SPICE OATCB One cup granulated sugar onehalf cup butter onehalf cup milk two cue hoar two and oneJbalf eggs one hetninr teaspoon halting pox deracnehalf teaspoon MOB tclnI x tJ SOCIETY DIRECTORY 1e r 11AO H DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays TAlJ1eRecording SecretarYWalter Cu kickd I Secretary Joseph Jar Treasurer Thomas Keenan BergeantatArna Henry McDe r mott iSentlnelJohn Keane DIVISION WilldOaktFordsSullivantOKeefe Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh CunningIhamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth andp rtlan- dPresldentlIughHourigan Vice President Johri M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes plon Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrIck Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far ellSentinelM J McDermott Y M x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank Q Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn ton Second Vice PresidentJohn J Lynn Financial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry IT Iflbbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat CENTRAL FURNITURE GO Incorporated N W Cor Third end Greco Sts C We furnish the home complete on easy payments IIWM CALLAQHAN Mr Sites Dept namon and cloves and a little nut meg Break eggs In batter after flour has been put in HINTS ON STYLE Hats will remain small and medium for fall The attempt to launch thigh colors In millinery has not met with any great success The French variation of the lingerie dresslace tunic and black satin sklrtIs seen dally A current red serge trimmed with dark blue satin at the cuffs and revers is chic and becoming The all tulle hat of black Is quite the thing ithe transparent crown leaving thef coiffure plainly to be seenThe dividing line between tunic and skirt drapery is so dim that one can scarce distinguish the one from the otherThe vest effect must be a feature of the new neckwear It las been accepted by fashion as a touch worth whileVery popular is the normal waist line with the broad sash which sug gests the upper line of a high attach ment Mallne is more used than ever and there is scarcely a gown without the plaited frills of ruffle of this soft materialTo the natural lines of the head special attention is paid to bandeaux They are jeweled and barbaric OfDUTOH STORY A Dutchman was going to cross abridge He was riding in a little cart drawn by agoat The itoll man came out and said Here youve got to pay toll before you can pass this badge to pay toll Yes five cents to cross this bridge After an argument the Dutchman paid the five cents and went on In the afternoon he came back again only this time the had the goat sitting on the seat and he was dragging the cart himself Out came the toll man and said Here you know youve got to pay five cents The Dutchman shook his hoad and pointing to the goat said Dont talk to oneask the driver BERWICK SPONGE CAKE Three eggs one and a half cups sugar half cup water two cups flour one teMpon cream of tartar half teaspoon soda lemon extract Beat eggs separately add sugar water lIwaon extract yolkt of eggs tMnt10ur sifted with soda and cream oftartarand whipped white Make la a teat U l r L CnOAGII PATRICK Where the Atlantic hives the irta- coast at one of its westernmost point- nestles hs Clew Say with its myriadI Isles Thereabouts the renownedI Grace OMalley Gralnno Nl Mhaille whose name Is so often vilely cor rupted to Granuailo once made his tory and in one of those isles over which in reality if not in name she once ruled as Queen all that was mortal of her now reposes But long before Gralnne appeared on the worlds stage and began her romantic if somewhat stormy career there were those who made history on the margin of Clew Bay One there Was In particular Near Ilt hand there towers above the bay a bare solitary lofty mountain It rises sheer from the plain It Is ISO lated an dls more or less conical In shape Hence its name In tar distant days It bore another name but for many ages past it has been known as Croagih Patrick locally It Is often referred to as the Crnach Since the fifth certtury history and legend have associated Croagh Pat rick with Irelands apostle On Its bare and lofty summit did he perform his celebrated fast of forty days and forty nights There did he en gage In long and earnest prayer There did he struggle with the powers of darkness There did the angel appear to him There as immemorial tradition has It did he ask and per sits In asking until his prayer was granted that the faith of the race whom he had won for Christ should never fall For ages after Patrick had passed from earth to heaven there to make ceaseless intercession for the race of his predilection the crest of Croagh Patrick continued to be a place of pilgrimage So Indeed it remained almost to our own day Fallen into abeyance for some time the annual pilgrimage was resumed ten years ago Since then It has year by year grown in popularity and dimensions This years pilgrimage which tool place Sunday July 27 seems to have eclipsed all Its predecessors The summit of Croagh Patrick Is nqw crowned by an oratory which serves for the religious exercises of the annual pilgrimage In this tiny oratory on the day of the regent pil grimage the Adorable Sacrifice was Incessantly offered almost from dawn to midday The celebrants of these masses came not only from all parts of Ireland but from places as far apart as Canada Texas Ohio Mas sachusetts and Africa The crowd of pilgrims that ascended the mountain during the forenoon was enormous fn the language In which Patrick preached Father Augustine of the Capuchins delivered a powerful ser mon to tohse assembled Later Dr McCarthy professor of ecclesiastical history In Maynooth College deliv ered an eloquent sermon In English Verily Is Croagh Patrick a holy mountain It symbolizes some of the rarest and most cherished traditions of the Irish church The resumption In these our days of the great annal pilgrimage to the site of Patricks fasting and of his wrestling for the perpetuity of the faith of the Gael end its continued and ever Increasing success bear eloquent testimony to the vitality and fervor of Irish faith and are a happy augury for Its future No small thing this In an age when in so many lands religious lndIffen entlsm Is so markedly on the Increase end tho faith once delivered to the saints has grown so cold May tae pilgrimage to Croagh Patrick and the faith of which it Is so eloquent an ex pression endure unto the consumma tion of things LABOR DAY MEANING The first Monday In September generally known ota Labor day marked another milestone in the roadway of what has become one of the most Important phases of our national life To countless numbers the day has no other meaning than one of rest recreation and pleasure but to those to whom the credit must be given of having this day In the year dedicated to the cause of labor a greater significance Is attached to it To the toilers It means more than the marching of mdghty hosts of workers and the plaudits of admiring friends To them it Is a commemora tion of deeds executed both In the past and present In the interest of humanity to them it is a Just and proper recognition of the dignity end honor of labor by a greatful na tion a tribute to those who have made this the greatest nation under the sun But greater far than the exhibition of the nations ack nowledgement of labors worth is the benefits that the day was Intended to bring to those to whom the day was 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crowd at the recent picnic Divisions 3 and 4 are planning so cial aWalrs for the benefit of the many young men now In their ranks The annual picnic and reunion was the most successful from both an attendance and financial standpoint In years All the divisions In Minneapolis will parade next Sunday and assist at the laying of the cornerstone of St Clements church The Ancient Order led the socie- tIes and made a splendid showing in tile parade that welcomed home Bishop Schrembs at Toledo last Sun dayTwo very successful affairs have been held under County President W J Connellys administration the St Patricks day entertainment and the annual picnic Division 7 of Minneapolis heldan Irish dancing contest Wednesday night In which the best dancers in the State were entered The proceeds were fob the Cathedral build- Ing fund State Historian Thomas McAvoy has arrangd a series of Irish history lectures for the Hibernians of Worcester Mass that will be free and continue until April There will be two eaoh month The most enjoyable event of the season at Pueblo iCol was tho IInvi- tation dance and reception of the Ladles Auxiliary at the City Park at which leading society Catholic girls of the various parishes as sistedMrs Ellen Ryan Jolly National President of the Ladles Auxiliary at the Joint conference of the National Boards at Atlantic City made the recommendation that a suitable statue be erected to the memory of the Catholic men who fought in the late war The recommendation was endorsed by ajl the officers and IIt Is expected that final action will be taken at the national convention to be held at Norfolk next July ExNational President James B Dolan has been named by the Democrats as their standardbearer for Mayor of Syracuse His Republican pponent Is Eugene J Mack with Louis Will as the Progressive candidate Both Dolan and Mack are members of old St Marys now the athedral parish and charter members of Syracuse Council K of C While Dolan would be our choice we are frank to say that either would make a most satisfactory Mayor lor the old Salt City- DUBLIN a I HORSE SHOW From London the following was cabled to the American press 1 last Saturday The scene of Interest in the social world has been shifted to Dublin this week The Irish capital 1 has never been more crowded Every bed was engaged and even a shakedown on a sofa or billiard table was gratefully accepted On the shore from Kingstown to Dublin travelers rigged up tents and the proprietors of bathing boxes made a small for tune letting them for sleep The American Ambassador and- Mrs l Page were the guests of 1 the- Vlcoroy and Lady Aberdeen accompanied them to the horse show and- took part In the ball In the Viceregal Lodge and other functions attended by Lord and Lady Aberdeen The weather was on Its best behavior 1 all the week The pro verbial oldest Inhabitant Is stated to have said there never has been a horse show like this years Cer of Dublin In their gayest mood and- talnly the week found the elements I everybody had an opportunity to enjoy themselves GAYETY THEATER The West that Is that part 01 Western America that Is peopled b picturesque Sheriffs ranchmen cow boys cowgirls miners Indiana and greasers has been the locale of it1 great number of plays Where thE Trail Divides was written from t1L suggestion by Will Lllllbrldgoe novelI ot the same title The drama IsI tremendously Interesting telling inL beautiful story ot the love of thE Sioux for his foster sister Robert Edeson wrote the play for his own use and he made the part a big one The late Henry B Harris magnlfl cently mounted Where the Trail Dl vldes and an enlargement of the original production will be seep iat th9 Gayety Theater for one week commencing with matinee tomorrow CATHOLIO KNIGHTS iNext Friday night the Central Committee Catholic Knights of America will meet in St Marys Hall where there will be a number of pleasant surprises Secretary Bon Kruse and President John Schalda call upon all the delegates to ba present as tho time has ar rived for the Inauguration of the fall and winter programme which Is intended to awaken interest and Increase the membership In all the Falls Cities branches The Central Committee Is now in position to do good work for the greatest of all Catholic fraternal Insurance scale tleiJ TAILORS STRIKE SETTLED The differences between the tall orlrig firms of ffong Evans J Ti Koran arid the Journeymen Tailors Union were settled Thursday tnan amicable manner the men having bewat called out oft trIke lastday eTeniaf aiBr B6B oatil+ t wage scale question being the 1point at issue between the union and the above two firms TWIN CITY LEAGUE Although not a recordbreaking crowd still there was a good at tendance present at the Twin City field meet last Sunday many free patrons of the Sunday morning games being conspicuous by 1 their absence Those who attended were Indeed well repaid all of the events being strictly highclass and the ball game between the Reds and tho Greens which was won by the for mer by a score of2 to 1 was a thriller all the way Only two games more remain on the schedule of the league the glmesot Sunday Sep tember 14 being the last of the season The schedule for tomorrow Is as follows Bruins vs Hepburns Champions vs Spring Banks Ken tucky Oaks vs Cadets and the Shamrocks vs Athletics all at Shawnee Park The standing to date W L P- etChamplons14 4 778 Spring Banks11 6 647 Kentucky Oaks11 7 611 Bruins 9 9- ibamrocks8 500 9 471 Hepburos 6 10 375 Cadets 6 11 353 Athletics 4 13 235 LIGHT AT NIGHT Brighter better and bigger I than nor before will be tho eleventh annual Kentucky State Fair to beheld in Louisville during the week September 1520 This statement is borne out by the work being done Installa1Uonwill turn the grounds Into a veritable fairyland ot brilliance There are 2500 feet of new roadways added to the boulevards of the fairgrounds for this year and every inch of both the now and old roadways will be made into a whlto way as bright as noontime All of the arcs throughout the grounds will be removed and In their place powerful 500 andlepower lights will be installed The booths and exhibition sheds will share in the augmented radiance and the cattle and hog barns will for the first time be brightly lighted for night show ings Signs for the various exhibi ion buildings and side show features will blazon their guidance throughout the grounds and the big 100000 pavilion will hold aloft a Hippodrome bar that will boast nearly 500 blazing Incan desecnts CHAPLAIN AT LORETTO The Rev William J Howlott for some years past pastor of tin Church of St John the Evangest- at Loveland Colo has been ap pointed chaplain at Loretto Academy to succeed the late Rev Edward Drury He will enter on his duties at once Father James of the Passlonlst order has acted as chaplain at the academy since tIle death several months ago of the former chaplain Father Horflstt s well known In literary circles and was n classmate of Father Hogarly at old St Thomas For years he has been a leading figure at the national BonventlonBiOMtheCathollo Knights t America fend Is known from one end of the country to the other His Friends here are rejoiced to have him back in Kentucky I WOULD HELP SOUTH Dr Maurice Francis Egan the American Ambassador to Denmark was detained for a few days In Pawing to the Indisposition ot Mrs Egan He was on his way to Ireland on a months leave of absence to study out the working of the Danish cooperation system of agri culture In Ireland Ambassador Egan will see Sir Horace Plunks t the father 6f the present Irish sys tem and possibly Lord Ross who are interested in the scheme as well as the Irish Technical Board ot Agriculture Dr Egan Is making this study with the special view of assisting the Southern States of America which are anxious to learn- how to raise an alternative crop It cotton should fall STITHTON While at Stlthton last week tho Right Rev Bishop ODonaghuj blessed and dedicated the pew St Patricks parochial school Just erected by the Rev Father Ruff The dedication followed the confirmation services and the Bishops sermon ion the importance ot the parochial school From the church Blshb ODonaghue and the clergy were escorted in procession to the new school where the impressive dedl catbr1ceremonles took place After the ceremonies the ladles ot Stlthto served a substantial dinner for the Bishop and clergy It was certain a memorable day for Father Ruf and his people LFEDERATION The regular monthly meeting tor the Federation of Catholic Soeletle takes place next Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club Presi dent Gans who Is now a Vice Free dent ot tho American Federation willI review the proceedings of the Milwaukee convention This prom isest to be an Interesting session and therefore all delegates are expected to be present Several matters of vital Interest will also be brought forward for discussion and final action I MAYOR HEAD HOME I Mayor W O Head returned Wednesday from a three weeks sojourn key Mich looking much benefited and invigorated by the vacation When It became knows he was at the City Hall his office friends and ofwas soon filled with ficial who welcomed him back Mayor Head complimented Dr John H Buachemeyer on his administra tion of the citys affairs during hisJ abf nct DECORATES PENFIELD The Sovereign Pontiff has decor ated the new Ambassador of tki I United State to Austria Fteilsirl rtlaad PwtWjd with thr Grani CroM of St Ortforr the Great A IIRELAND 01 Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Potato blight has made its ap pearance In the Gurteen and Bally mote districts of the County Sligp The death occurred suddenly at Klllorglln of tho Rev M McCarthy OConnor t f the united parishes of Ballymacelllgott and Clobbers Dr F M Hesslon Tuam who was appointed medical adviser un j I der the insurance act for CountyI Galway has sent in his resignation Rev T Stack a native ot Drumcollogher County Limerick has been ordained to the at Dr Middlesborough Lacy priesthoodI I At a special meeting of the Clare County Council Edmund lIurphyII of Dangannelly was coopted a memI ber of the body in the place of the late Mat Kelly I The death occurred recently of Patrick MoGtynness Manorhamll1 ton at the great age of ninetytwoII years Ho was an active member ofII the Fenian Brotherhood j J J Parkinson has acquired pos session of the Cressard farm con paining close on 100 acres and heII Intends to erect upon IH dwellings for the miners In the collieries Wplfh111II Dr W J Hackett of Clogher was unanimously appointed medical- oUfcer of the Tempo Dispensary dis trict by the Ennisklllen Board ot Guardians Dr Hackett was the only applicant I Michael McLaughlln an aged farmer living at Bolie near Llmavady who sustained burns by I accidentally falling into the tIre I succumbed to his injuries at tho Union Infirmary j At considerable risk Martin Stephen Browne jumped Into the water fully clothed at the Duras Rock Galway and rescued a lad named Hoare His action was as prompt as It was plucky i The lace Industry In Fermanagh Is in a very prosperous conditions It estimated that the sum of 50000 is annually earned by lace workers In the county There Is a good de mand for the lace In Ireland England Scotland and France Very Rev D B Falvey O P Prior of St Catherines church of Newry has been appointed one of the two Irish representatives at the General Chapter of Dominicans from all parts of the world which takes place at Vonlo In the Netherlands St Marks a residence on tho shores of Lough Ree about eight nllles from Athlone has been completely destroyed by fire The house was occupied by Mrs PercyI Magan and was the property of Capt Goff The fire Is believed to have originated through a defective flue A beautiful stainedglass window representing St Cfclman OLenth lain Bishop of Llsmore has been unveiled In the Cathedral at Ll more In memory of the Rev J Modeler who was accidentally killed on May 18 1911 A handsome memorial cross has also been erected over his grave At Clea near Keady County Armagh a rich seam of silver ore has been discovered It Is expected that mining operations will be commenced In a few weeks The ore is said to contain 25 per cent ot silver The place is within one and a quarter miles of the railway station I AGED PASSIONIST DROWNED The Rev Father Christopher Schlesl one ot the oldest missionary priests In the Congregation ct Passlonists was drowned in Lake Erie near Dunkirk last Friday While bathing with Father Oswln he was carried out on the crest of a big wave and sank Father Schlesl was widely known throughout the United States For twentyfour years ho was rector of St Michaels church Pittsburgh He wAs born in Buffalo sixtyfive years ago A sister In San Jose Cal survives POPE MUST REST According to the Associated Press reports Pope Pius X is again suf fering an Indisposition recalling the serious illness through which the aged Pontiff passed hist sprin At 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