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PATRONIZE CREAGERS BUSINESS SCHOOL Second tad Brecklnrldge N 13 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS CUMMINGS I llaiulK Hard Jolt to Slando of Our Catholic Socie ties Charges Brought Forth From Diseased Minds of Insane Bigotry Their lllttml a Postlv Pledge of Unswerving Loyalty to State BATHS IMAGES AND THE BIBL This week we make place for an other Installment of Dr Charlo Cummings letter to a bigot iIn Branns Iconoclast showing how ridiculous and untruthful are th ravings of Rev Teddy Walker and the Menace Disposing of a numbe of palpable lies pertaining to the murder of our Presidents Dr Cummings writes Mr DeWald And oaths sir Jesuit oaths Knights of Columbus oaths priests oaths and fiftyseven other varieties of oaths all inventions pure am simple begotten and brought forth fronnthe diseased minds of insan bigotry But you say ox Pries Seguin swears there is such ai oath Well this superannuates Kenunk was kicked out because he was a liar and unfit to be a priest His only occupation npw is the ex elusive one of speaking and writing lies and selling them for bread A man of his character and con science does well to go the lImit and swear to his lies I wonder however that bread and butter con taminated in such a foul manner dc not give the reverend father an Infernal attack of acute Indigestion from ptomaine poison Dear Mr DeWald there are no such oaths simply solemn obliga tions If you doubt me write to any Jesuit or Catholic paper and they will send you a copy of the obliga tion taken Why sir the thing It so liberal that the reverend Teddy might take It if he had the fitness qualification or conscience Being as barren and bereft of these quali fications as the Sahara desert rf moisture I dont think Ted will cgme1411r way Just yet if C61umbusohthi ot recent invention The poor little old Jesuit oath has been around these American digging for well nigh it not more than a hundred years Out at elbow and knee fatherless friendless and deserted it has at last found a homo In the office of the Menace Dressed up In new twentieth century togs it is now with its little brother the Knights of Columbus oath again started around the circle If I should publish a story to the effect that two horse thieves the Rev Theodore C Walker editor of the Menace and the Hon Tom Watson editor of the Jeffersonian stole at horse in New York City on July 4 1913 and if the day this combination of reverence and honor proved conclusively that the one was in Georgia and the other in Aurora that day it would be clear to all thinking people that they could not have stolen the horse Now if I regardless of theL proof to the con trary kept right on publishing the story that they did steal the horse I would be doing exactly what these vile publications are doing with those oaths and other slanders The only difference would be that mine would be a tangible personal slander leaving me amenable to the law while their slander Is a vague non personal one and they know It Is difficult if not impossible to reach them by law trhe ritual of the Knights of Columbus is much similar to that of other orders It is a Catholic social and insurance order If every word of the ritual or any other work of the order written or un written were published there would not be a word or a sentence to give offense to anyone There is furthermore throughout every de gree of the order a ringing and posi tive pledge of unswerving loyalty to StateAnd the worship of images and Idols Mr DeWald I The Catholic church was virtually born with the birth of our Saviour and is just the same today as she was when she stood in that lowly stable by the side of the mighty but humble babe She was is and ever shall be the rock against which the gates of hell may rail but shall not prevail Worship Idols did you say Why my dear Mr DeWald the Catholic church received her holy Inspirations from the lips of our Saviour Himself and single handed and alone she battled down the very citadel of paganism and crushed their idols for all times to come Images and statues Why the thing is also very plain It does not matter whether the Imago or the statue Is made of modest clay or the most precious of gems the ruby they are but simple reminders of that for which they stand If you desired a favor of our honored President you would not peti tion him but you would also petition those nearest and deareet to him with the hope that they might inter fede with him for you Catholics do not pray qr worship the Image or statue but they ask the Intercession of the one the Image or statue TeoaUs to their mind And Catholics are forbidden to read the Bible Mr eWaldli Not r a c c KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN alone do these disreputable public tions make these ridiculous accus tlons but intelligent ministers hurl the lie in the face of their congreg Lions If they are taken to taBk they squirm and quote you encyclicals to prove their statement Now it they would give the meaning and purpose of the selfsame encyclicals It would ring far differently on the hearts and minds + of their hearers The Catholic church Is the very author of the Bible She stood at the feet of our Savior Himself and took careful note and record of his holy words She was with the apostles during their life and at their martyrdom and accurately recorded and preserved the epistles She gathered together the fragments molded them in one lIar monlous whole and by the blood of her martyrs preserved them alone for fifteen centuries Strange she would now forbid companionship with the child of her own creation The statement Is a ridiculous abo tire untruth I FIGHTING PRIESTS HEROISM Father Philip J Magrath th fighting priest as foe Is called who conducts the New York iCathol Seamens Mission Is being congratulated on rescuing Mrs John T Gunther wife of a German florist from a watery grave at Woodland Beach Staten Island Father Magratt beloved of the sailors and long shoremen of the city went to West Brighten to visit Father Rudolp Mantell of St Vincents Hospital The two clergymen decided to take a trolley ride through the country The the suggestion was made that tbey go to Woodland Beach for a swim They were late In reaching the beach and the water was about cleared of bathers The two priests swam out to a rudely constructed diving pos fifty yards from shore After they had been In the water about fifteen minutes Father Mantell called out to his companion that he was going In to dress The latter replied that he wanted a few more dives before concluding his bath It was from his vantagepoint on the diving post tha Father Magrath saw Mrs Gunthe signal frantically with her arms for old as a strong undertoW carried her out She said later she was so Tightened she was bereft of speech The priest plunged in and with pow rfut strokes quickly coveted the eventyfIve feet separated them Quick as was his action however he did not reach the women until she had gone down once Mrs Gunther It able to swim but she Is a big woman and had become exhauster Breasting the tide which was at ebl it the time The priest betdhtlr puttering reassuring words between his lies for help unlitI three edmper- rliomeilIinugab Jliiqt lnlIJ some In their b Ifrowed to the spot Then the two were pulled Into tbe boat and taken ashore All the York dally papers urge a und medal for the heroic priest GOOD WOMAN DIES Another sterling Catholic woman has passed to her reward in the person of Mrs Anna Mary Schmitt he aged and saintly mother of Rev Father Bngelbert Schmitt chaplain of the Cenvent of the Good Shepherd She was born in Germany but for sixty years she had made loulsvllle her home and since his ordination living with her son Love of religion and the love of God wera mpressed upon her heart in early childhood so that during her whole life she was faithful to her church her family and friends In secret lira Schmitt was ever ready to as Rlst any worthy charity Thu poor lever appealed to her In vain and to assist the work for the orphans was a pleasure for her This truly Chris ian spirit of living she constantly trove to instill into the hearts of her friends and acquaintances not alone by example but also by frequent exhortation and beseeching evidently not In vain The funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Boniface church with a solemn high mass of requiem celebrated by Father Schmitt assisted by many of- biB brother priests Many old friends followed the remains to St Louis emetery where they will rest until the resurrection IEOEIVED CATHOLIC ATHLETES t According to Associated Press re orts the streets of Rome were guarded Sunday by police cara- bineers and troops from the Church of St John Lateran whore the Catholic athletes heard mass td St etors to which edifice they marched to be received by the Pope A great parade that had beqn Planned was prohibited by tho police on account of threatened reprisals by the anticlericals the strictest measures to insure or- deria few scuffles occurred amid cries from the Catholics of Long live the Popeito which the anti clericals responded by shouting Long live free thinking + Four hours were occupied by tho thletes in reaching St Peters where they unfurled flags and assed Into the Court of San Damaso They knelt when the Pope appeared on the balcony surrounded by the ontlflcal court The athletes pll rims and others In the assembly umbered 8000 and after the apostolic benediction had been imparted hurrahlhebstacles which had been placed in- the way of the demonstration and rged extreme prudence fThe Osservatore Romano publishes an article protesting against the prohibition of the parade which it considers an offense to the liberty of Catholics and urges the athletes specially the sons tIr free Amer do to dertbeatHhomeUle eclMof liberty and independence hl h the Italian laws give the Holy j eaS 1 LAST ECHO I Passing of the Old Irish Street Singer and the Reason Therefor Decay of the Ballad Due to the Intellectual Progress In Ireland Itcv Father Cotter Itcmcmbo Bygone and Happy Bards WHICH WERE HAPPIER DAYS The Rev Father Cotter of tbe Catholic Union and Times expresses himself both surprised and pleased to see a long dissertation on Irish ballad singers In the Literary Digest of recent date It was occasioned ban article in T Ps Weekly London by a young Irish poet Padra Colum With a love for all things traditional In his old Ireland Court bemoans the passing of the singer and clearly gives the reaso therefor He dates the decay Of the ballad to Intellectual progress in In land as men now read the papers and do not merely hear their subjec In street song As the llllterat crowd has disappeared so also has departed their source of Information the ballad whose theme was some current question of vital moment to the common people And still the ballad singer Is to be found not 1In the towns Indeed as of yore but to day In the country to which the rows of the world travels slowly lIIe flourishes far from the railroad and steamboat whose puffing smother his vocation We remember when we were a boy the attentive ear that was given his song by the little In land village which poked on our south and our yearnings If the popular parish priest had returned from Rome the ballad singer was up and off with his Inspirations Her Is a sample of one of his couplet sung to a popular air that one time thrilled us- Youre welcome home Youre one of our own Youre Father Dan QLeary On these lines the singer dwelt long and lovingly In repetition mud tcMthe lellghtaQ1 ttl Sl yPjof His Reverence whose fame for the nonce was secure During the war TO well remember the munlfcenci pith which the singer was rewarded when he Inflamed our hearts with the stanza applauding the fruitless prowess of France against the adamant of the German forces A dozen times They charged their lines We were ready then with many mother heroic youth to hie to the land where the attractive name ol McMahon wore the sword ot a field marshal When the singer Is a woman maybe with a child on her arm all the Chivalry of Ireland bestows upon her the pennies of the poor and the brave of generous temperaments The ballad singer Is thelast echo of ancient times when bards and chiefs led In shaping Erins destiny he one with what Homer would call he warbling wire the other with he unsullied sword of bravery We live our fond farewell to the singers ballad which if it did naught else pronounced the poetry of Irelands haracter that literally sang to the eople the prosaic themes of our odern headlines Carolon the last of the bards has gone and now there Is fast disappearing the feeble emulator the street singer with his Improvised verse having all the IlId freshness of morning and all the pure passion of a scholarly and tlntly race Wo are often prompted tLl ask which were the happier days hose slow hours of other times or bese swift of nineteen thirteen Napoleon w6 believe It was who would prefer rather to be the sub J cot of the ballads sentiments than to be the framer of a peoples laws Cor after all sentiment is a molder Car firmer than the Ideas of leglsla ton All the poets love the ballad Longfellow voices the many when he says In Hyperion I have a passion for ballads They are the gypsy hildren of song born under green edgerows in the leafy lanes and by laths of literature In the genial sum aertlme In bidding the ballad singer fare relj we are shaking hands with the Inheritor of the great days of old He Is as far from the conception of cotts desolate minstrel Whose harp his sole remaining joy Was carried by an orphan boy B B it is possible to conceive for the lost happygolucky youth of Ireland has followed the devious ways of the ballad singer Improvising for his nights lodging and with the lark giving a carql for breakfast LEPER MARTYR The Foreign Missionary Seminary Ilt Maryknoll Qsslnlng NT has re calved word from Rangoon Lower urnrah of the death of Father Edi ward Butard a leper martyr Father utard was stricken about nine year aro After a residence of thirteen YMrllonthe mission he had been al lowed to return to France and while mversing with his slater a Madame et the Sacred Heart nowhl this- onntry he discovered for the first 0 I 7- r time the fatal spots on the baok of his hand He immediately returned to Burmah without visiting his faml to say gopdbye The disease occasionally retarded gained gradual until the end the heroic priest otter Ing himself as the victim for his own souls welfare and for the salvatk 1 of those to whom he had been sent His mother died some years ago wltb no knowledge of her sons affliction RECENT DEATHS Funeral services over the remains of William Lipps were held iMond morning at the Sacred Heart church Rev Father Walsh celebrating the requiem mass The deceased was thirtyseven years old and resided with his mother at 2111 Anderson streeet Miss Annie Cooney daughter of the late Frank and Mary Cooney WaB celled to her eternal rest last Saturday night at her home1020 West Oak street She hadraany friends and admirers who deeply deplore her death Her funeral tool place wLth a requiem mass at St Louis Ben trands church on Monday mornlng Funeral mass over the remains a- Miss Mary Alvey aged twentythre years occurred Wednesday morning at the Sacred Heart church Rev Pat rIck Walsh being the celebrant Th deceased was the daughter of Georg and Ophelia Alvey 1iS33 Mapl street and her death Is imourned ball who knew her Following tho church services the remains were taken to Lebanon for interment The passing away of Andrew Loch nor 426 East Ormsby avenue brough sorrow to bin family and many friends and acquaintances He was s well a known brick contractor and was a man whose long span of life linked the primitive past with the comforts conveniences and progress of the present Mr Lochner leaves beside his widow Mrs Julia Lophner nee Eller five sons and four daughters all of Louisville They are Robert Charles Edward John and Clarence Fochner and Miss Nellie Lochner Mrs A A Tremer Mrs H A Gron ough and Mrs William MciCloskoy Mr Lochner was born art Germany The funeral was heldlTuesday morn- Ing from St Philip Neflts church Rev Father the solemn obsequies Last Sunday at Henderson the Rev Fohn Albert Fowler ordafhed here by the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue elebrated his first mass In the Holy Name church of which Sean Edward ynoh is pastor The church was thronged with friends ocrthe newly rdalned pr sad ey CP ell er done oftile post forceful and eloquent sermons ever heard In this diocese Father Fowler spent the last eleven years In study at St Melnrads Benedictine Abbey In Indiana and his spiritual etreat before his ordination was nude at the Passlonlst Monastery on the Newburg road The Tuesday receding the Bishop conferred minor ard subdeaconlte orders on the young rvlte who on Wednesday was made leacon and on Thursday was raised to the holy priesthood many relatives and friends attending the solemn ceremonies Among the clergy who sslsted the Bishop were the Very Rev James P Cronin the uev Patrick Monaghan and the Rev Francis elten Father Fowler has been as Igned to St Jeromes church at FanlCY Farm where he will be assistant ito the Rev Father Haesley JOLLITY AT MACKIN There will be Jollity and good fel wshlp unbounded Monday night at ackln Council the occasion being- the twentieth anniversary of that lendld and successful Catholic young tens organization The meeting bnday night was well attended but the time was mostly taken up with the plans and arrangements for theI lebratlon which will be made mem rable In many ways The programme iclufles a social session and musical atertalnment with short addresses Rev Francis Felten Grand Chap Iby in of the Atlantic jurisdiction and Attorney Robert T Burke Just elected Grand President After the foregoing there will be a genuine and bounteous Dutch luncheon to which all the members have been Invited lit Is- also Intimated that there will be some tnQst pleasing surprises KNIGHTS WILL PARADE iLonlsvllle Council K of 0 decided at the meeting held Wednesday night to march in a body in the Perry centennial flambeau parade on the night of September 30 Its thousand members in line headed b- yColP H Callahan Grand Knight otrf the council and his aides Messrs d W Decker and T B Leahy on orseback will make a splendid rowing Louisville Knights have always been In the forefront of patriotic celebrations In local circles and the recent Fourth of July presentation of the signing of the eclaration of Independence excited national Interest The Idea of hav- Ing the fraternal represented In the coming parade orig iated wlth the Knights of Columbus when they tendered their aselstarice toi the Centennial Executive Com mlUeells an organization and as dividuais several weeks ago HELP HOME RULE News is going the rounds of the- press that the English home rulers have started a movement to purchase tbe furniture of the old House of immons for presentation to the- new Irish Parliament This Would Indl ate that Irelands victory la mplete and is another black eye- fot Carson and his Ulster Orange illoweri I PROGRESSIVEl Indignant That Their lUeagre Attended Meetings Arc Observed Political Editor Prcpi ing to Avoid time Ava lanche Progressive Organ Sore at Pn lie For Choice in Windows l BUSY The local readers of the L6ul Herald were treated the paBt week to more sickening efforts of this foreign owned sheet to aid the misfit Progressive ticket by an at on members of the Detective department who it is claimed were spying on the large mass meetings average attendance seventyfour being held at the Walnut street rendezvous of the Dull loosers the Herald also being very Indignant iat the idea of their noble leader anrt meal ticket Wood Axton being spIed on while playing solitaire in his apartments accusing Detectives Con dleypahn EnrIght and Hogan of keeping the head Bull Moospr under their surveillance Duncan Clark who guides the political destinies ot the Bull Moose organ in addition tt- his Job as codictator with Burto Vance and W W Davies In the management of the local Progressive will shake the dust of Louisville oCf his feet after the November election and It Is rumored has been give free reign by the Heralds outoi town owner to pursue the carpet bagging policy adopted until his departure If the town suffers from the Injurious policy of depicting Louisville as a wicked city our frien Duncan wont be here to suffer his part of the injury Along the same line the Heral states that anyone having a picture of Dr Buschemeyer the Democratic nominee for Mayor In his or her window can be put down as a city employe and that they have been oerced Into exhibiting their prefer mce this way but does not explali picturesInt114logiceast Speaking of picture displays he Herald failed to note the meet- Ing of A A As held here this pas week when a resolution was adopter lacing a fine of 2 on any member ot this underground dark lantern oclety who failed to place the pic ure of Axton their leader in their windows and that A resolution Wa dopted by this same crew urging the A P A sheet the Menace U end Its assistance in arousing re lIIgtous prejudice in the coming campaign The observant Herald re orter also failed to note the remark Qf the Junior Order member from the Eighth precinct of the Eleventh ward who remarked any member of his lodge who votes the Demo ratio ticket will be unceremoniously tIred from their ranks Speaking of the spy system how bout exChief of Police Col Hanger and his little coterie of expolice and xflremen who are dally making a olttlcal poll and at night attending the Democratic ward meetings ex Policemen Owens and Mel aPelJe and exFiremen Joe Martin and Alex Bache being at the head of this brigade it being rumored that In the event of Progressive sue ceBS LaPelle will be appointed Chief of Police Sam Owens at the head of- the Detective department while Joe Martin and Alex Bache will divide the honors In the Fire department The twenty or twentyfive expolice and exfiremen who aro now allied with the Bull Moose party were all dismissed for good and sufficient reasons as attested by the records In the Board of Public Safety many of the causes not reflecting great credit on the morals of the die charged employee and if as tho Herald states the Progressive party IB pledged strictly to a reform policy It would not be a bad to begin rlgllt now with a little missionary work among its canvassing recruits who are loud advocates for reform In the hope of once being on- the city payroll As a shining example of the en luslasm pervading Democratic ranks the Eighth and Ninth Ward Club met Wednesday evening with a larger attendance than any the Pro resslves have had and this is also taking into consideration that the Bull Moose gatherings ate from tho enUre city All of tho workers resent at the above meeting were mfldent of success and were greatly ithused by the presence otourn- ext Mayor Dr Buschemeyer who came unannounced and pledged Belf to a ylgorous campaign and a continuation of our present splendid a imlnlstratlon Deputy Police Court Clerk Tom OConnell voiced the sentiment of those present when he stated that It was all over but the touting and that In his opinion the Democratic majority would be the rgest In years SHOWS NERVE Georgo Deck whose questionable nduct led to his arrest last April has sued Sergeant Jerry Quill and otto Spies of the looal police forcer U609 damages alleging false rt Beck charges that he was arreetecl and confined In the police I Q I L station charged with vagrancy Be cause ho escaped without a fine he brings the suit for 2000 Anotber nervy case Is that of Albert H Cross the alleged vice investigator arrested a year ago Ifor annoying a woman resident of West Walnut street Cross was ImprIs- oned and fined in the Police dourt But with him that makes no difference and therefore he sues Detectives Frank Elvin and Pat White and their bondsmen for 10000 ross claims to be a minister and resident of Michigan and his preB ence and actions here attracted considerable attention GREAT CARDINAL DEAD Cardinal Joseph Calasanotl Vlves y Tuto Prefect of the Congregation for Religious Affairs died in Rome on Sunday Recently he had undergone an operation for appendicitis Cardinal Vives y Tuto was born at San Andrea de Llevanen diocese ot Barcelona in 1854 He was created and proclaimed Cardinal June 19 1889 Early in the summer It was reported the Cardinal had become insane but later physlcla diagnosed his case as neurasthenl and he retired to a monastery The Cardinal acquired a prominent po sltlon at the Vatican after the ele tlon of Pope Plus X and had even been considered as a probable candI- date for the succession ThePopo was deeply affected when told of the Cardinals death and exclaimed I have lost one of my best friends the church one of its greatest supports Cardinal Vives y Tuto was or Inally a Spanish Capuchin monk He Is a comparatively young man for a Cardinal having been born in 1854 He was Prefect of the Congregatlc of Religious Affairs and as such was held responsible for several of the decrees promulgated against the modernists by Plus X When the Cardinal became ill some two yearB ago the Pope sent him to Milan 1 to recuperate His condition becomin worsehe was removed to a seclude monastery In the Alban hills 1 to which place he was accompanied by a physician and four attendants Apparently fully recovered he returned to Rome where he suffered the attack of appendicitis that prove fatal ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION The Rev Martin OConnor and his people are arranging for a most noteworthy celebration of the fort seventh anniversary of St Michael church Brook street between Market and Jefferson on Sunday September 28 The celebration wlll begin with a low mass at 730 In the morning Solemn high will be when the musicsBUnJjakr12ock enfeted bye choir augmented by the leading singers of the city An Inspiring featur of this service will be the procession of the Blessed Virgin and Sacre Heart Sodalities and the children who will sing the sublime hymn to- St Michael The celebration will lose with solemn vespers and benediction at 730 In the evening when he blessing of the silver staff of S1 Joseph the donation of Mrs Annie Datlllo will take place Ont of the most eloquent of the Passion tst fathers will preach at both serv- Ices For all friends of St Mlchaels and old members everywhere there wl11 be a cordial welcome at these tnpresslve services Father OCon nor has dame wonderful work for thIs parish which owed 1205J when he took charge Besides pay ig for many Improvements this has been reduced to 2700 and for their ilthful assistance the zealous priest feels grateful to every member of- his congregation 0 LOlISVILKE TOURISTS The large number of Loulsvlll eople have been touring EuroPe are now turning homeward Arrivals Iin Paris last week Included Col arlon Taylor and wife who passed the summer In Norway Sweden and Russia iMlss L O Grdenup who 1Is- now at Trouvllle Mr and Mrs Will Inm Richter who were en route to inarjland Miss Mary Brannlgan Miss C S Butler Mrs Hampden Fultz Miss M Keenan S W Marx eopold Marx W A Thompson Jr fr and Mrs W A Thompson Mrs Henry William Blanc and Misses Maude and Adele Blanc Among the ouisville visitors to Amsterdam dur Ing the week were Mr and Mrs Bruce alderman who passed through on Utelr way io Rotterdam and Mr and- re L Fox who are touring through the Low Countries have arrived from rnhelm for a short stay JOE HINES HURT x Joseph P Hines the star catcher cr the Shamrock baseball team of the- Twin City League suffered a broken ankle last Sunday In sliding Into n- base and will be laid up for four or- five weeks according to Dr A R- Dlzot who attended hint An unfortunate phase of the accident was- tbat he had purchased a ticket for SunIdayoni a five weeks vacation but Cheer- ful1 Joe accepts his bad luck phll ophlcally and Is now busy enter lalnlng his many callers FILLS GOVERNORS CLIMB Lleijt Gov Edward J McDermott 1ms been acting Governor this week while Gov McCreary has been attend Ing the Perry centennial celebration oni Lake Erie and at PutInBay where he responded to the toast Kentucky In the War of 1812 at- the banquet on Tuesday night Coy cDermotts administration of affairs whHe occupying the executive chair bas given Statewide satisfaction whlck astute to him ail our next Ooyeraor r k WEDO PRINTING FIRST ClASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Orderx r VOLUME XXXINO 11 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER TThIsKriIgHf8 next omy that that that New hen Notwithstanding F strei FrancoPrussian poor merrygorounds AckefmannVconduciinf llFiDEnsoj thoteviBenedict- an organizations Exhibiting HAAGERS CANVASSERS vllle tack that Sam idea more him mass who CONTRAST How Labor Sunday Was Cele brated In New York City Cardinal Farley Qults Vacation to Preside at Evening Service I Social Question 18 Moro Than That of Hours anti Wages DUTY AND DIGNITY OF LABOR In striking contrast with the Sun day Labor day observance In Louis vllle noted In our last Issue was that In New York City and thus de scribed by the dally press At St Patricks Cathedral New York Cardinal Farley quitting his vacation at West End N Yl pre sided at a special evening service for workingmen last Sunday to which come delegates of many Catholic so- cIeties and 3000 representatives of labor unions The Right Rev Denis J McMahon who has charge of Cath olic charities delivered the sermon The duty dignity and conditions of labor oald Mona McMahon are shown from Scripture and hlaitory The dignity Is shown by tha Saviours assumption of the work mans life until his thirtieth year The apostles and saints of the church as well as the religious orders who pro caimsto labor Is to pray were often nf the laboring class We In ithis country shed much blood in a civil War to uphold the honor of labor by making all men free to engage therein Man according to iSfl Paul must labor with his whole soul that Is with Intelligence conscience and affec Lion Hence slovenly work Is like a lie before God and man The social question Is more than that of hours and wages 1 means Asides these the upbuilding of character 1 so that selfishness which is at ells root of most disagreements shall bl eliminatedThe duty is to form char acter on Immutable principles and Indirectly to help In the betterment gogilharaqterrlIMilntttl U idleP tM iarA directly arid through the guilds wader nan look to the common welfare in- his acts The individualistic syslein as introduced by the Reformation Private interpretation was first itopted as the principle In religionsmud It soon spread Into the Industrial world and the laissez faire system be anie universal By this Individualistic iibor policy and unrestricted competit ion were produced many of the evils ilctured overlurldly by the Socialists The reaction from this system has esulted In Socialism on an insecureII natural basis and social reform on the Christian basis The church Works from within Itward Socialism from without in ward The church looks to character t rrst knowing that good environment will follow Socialism looks to en ironment first hoping that good haracter will come therefrom There is no prudence in holding out to all the chance in rising to the Iighest positions The vast majority rrUBt remain in the ranks of workmen and for them should we frame the practical Ideals where all1 that goes to form an honest religious do lestlc and economic life maybe wlth In reacfi Leo XIII explains rtho personal and the necessary element In mans ibor which gives It dignity Man must not be regarded as a machine neither is he the sole arbiter of the ay of making his living All work for the amelioration of conditions must be done In prudence and patience Only Inch by Inch as ature works will the end be gained slrely 0 HOERT BUSATH v Kh The wedding of Miss Adelaide Ev oeftz and Edgar Biisath was sol= nnlzed Wednesday morning at the sctory of St tMary Magdalene church The Rev Or William Gaus pohl performed tins ceermony In the resence of the two families andllf- ew 1 chosen friends Miss Lillian usath was maid of honor and Henry oertz was best man Mrs Al Bar= rett sister of the bride sang Oh Promise Me prior tothe ceremony AIrs Fred Hang presiding at the crgan Immediately after the cero mony a wedding b as served ct the home of the brides parenita Mr and Mrs Jacob Hoertz The bride wore a traveling suit of cotb with a hat to match and carded pink brides roses Later In the afternoon Mr and Mrs Busath left- for Canada and upon their return October 20 will be at home at lechel They have a host of friends and acquaintances who wish them along life of happiness and bliss r TEACHERS PLEASED The teachers in the local Catholic parochial schools and academies are highly pleased with this years en rollment of pupils The number of Ildren attending is larger than ever before and a most successful educational year ia foreshadowed aients haye evidently heeded the advice of their pastors and show x detllre for the rellgteua IwetrutloH ift their children 1 U o l KJ3NTUOKY YzI YY AltIERIOAN e d IYL NTUGKY IRISH ftMERIGM lrvo4ed tto the Social mad Moral A4vance eet tnt el Iriib Americana and Catfcollci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young M ns Institute and Catholic Knights of America XBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc BnttrtJ + ill LouliTllU Poitotflc i SecoadCUi natter tMtM ell CoiiinaiUaiiMi to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN JI92I West Qreea St LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1913 WOULD GIVE RELIEF tNo traffic ordinance ever adopted would give such immediate and widespread relief In Louisville than one requiring that when a streetcar halts approaching automobiles shall either stop or give eight feet side clearance This Is a necessary and lifesaving measure that the General Council should pass at once Pedestrians stepping oft street cars or passing behind them when halted have a right to protection of life and limb which can be 1 1assured In no other way With such a law on the books the police could enforce Its observance Motor car N chaffeurs should be made to feel that this rule Is made of Iron and Its violation meant a workhouse sentence This would give the pedestrians at least some of the protection to Which they are Justly entitled STATESMANSHIP President Woodrow Wilson gave another evidence of his worth and statesmanship this week Invited to d deliver an address at the Perry vic tory celebration at PutlnBay the President In his letter of declination I and regret to Gov Cox made use of the following significant wordsII showing his high sense of It Is a matter of deep regret with me that my duties here render Jt Impossible for me to be present and share in the notable celebration of the victory at PutlnBay I am kept away by the thought that no man can truly praise those who did their duty by neglecting his own The last sentence Is one that every man In the public service should read over twice and never forget i CHRISTIAN MESSAGE v Every Christian should read and y ponder the congratulatory letter sent by the Holy Father Pope Plus v to Emperor William upon the occasion of the twentyfifth annlS- Mf yersary of his VTW ccessIO rotht throne of Germany This letter is striking refutal of the 1II t brought against Catholics by enemies Through it all breathes II the spirit of loyalty to God and country that should forever silence followers of the Menace and those I who would divide the people of our I country Here Is the message one that all will appreciate I iFor ourselves it is a joy to us to send to you by this message amid the universal Joy our most ardentII t wishes for long life glory cess We pray the Lord Prince of i all power and all sovereignty to grant health and happiness to Your I Majesty peace and prosperity to tbeII vast empire which is your debtor I for so many benefits On this happy occasion It Is pleasing to us to ex press our lively gratitude to Your Majesty always desirous of ensuring the happiness of your Catholic sub Jects whose most faithful devotion I Injt return of God that the touching spectacle of the affection of your t people may renew the vigor and strength of your heart that you may bear for a long time still the weight of the sceptre and of the crown for the greatest good of the German nation While imploring the celestial favor for the preservation of your august person we associate in our prayers and good wishes Herv Majesty the Empress and all the members of the imperial family WARNING TO MOTHERS Who can doubt that mothers are off tho Job when they allow their young daughters to paint their r faces and to wear the sort of clothes we have seen everywhere In the last two or three seasons To say mothers cant control their laugh ters Is even worse Its an act knowlcdginent of disgraceful failure that no grown woman should be obliged to make asserts the Right Rev P F OHare of Brooklyn We are living today In a pandemonium of powder a riot ofraugea moral anarchy of dress When will women learn that the only aids to beauty are absolute cleanliness proper food proper exercise abundant sleep fresh air and an unwifteh character The new dances are but an indica talitydoseAnd fiOyou irUl find girls who Were le every reason to think are iwpd fcfrla yet have become infected = = ka svwsy spins ijflflt qffha partialsll jMi 1 fit JMMII that ought to aaafcq them blinki ttr ittuirfe fit litwtoi tneal HM the women of today arc I not more careful about themselves and the impressions they are making on society by their loudness In dress their love for cosmetics and indul gence in questionable dances ITheso are not the qualities that go to make good Christian homes and attract God fearing men To Indulge in the worldliness may attract the giddy and thoughtless but It will never excite the admiration of decent men who seek wives and the quality that strengthens trust constancy and fidelity in the true husband GLYNN WAS RIGHT Justice Hasbrouck of the New York State Supreme Court on Thurs day decided that Gov Sulzer was regularly Impeached and while awaiting Impeachment trial was divested of the right to exercise his executive functions including the power to pardon This confirms the position taken by Gov Glynn who has acted for the best interests of the State and with credit to himself since the Legislature passed on the case RELIGIOUS LIBERTY Just at present there Is a small army of men and some women who are making the welkin ring In denunciation of Catholics and the Catholic church These people while claiming to be filled with the very essence of patriotism are smashing the constitution of the United States and of every State wherein they are carrying on their campaign of malicious falsehood In the very beginning of the constitu tion of this country it Is laid down that Congress shall make no law re specting an establishment of relig ion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof In Article I of the consti tution of the State of New York It Is declared The free exercise and en joyment of religious profession and worship without discrimination or preference shall foreyer be allowed in Chis State toall Tnlanlciridrl Tho constitutions of other States have similar provisions And in the face of this constitu tional right we find in hundreds of nonCatholic churches in public IgI enjoyment of religious profession and worship Not this alone but the country is being deluged with cheallewspapers and practices of this great country ffome of our contemporaries insist that to attempt tq exclude these ruth vendors from the mails would eventually act as a boomerang The Catholic Sun does not think so There Is not a Catholic paper in the country that descends to the methods of these character assassins With every issue these latter make themselves not only liable to exclusion but to confiscation and destruction That prosperity In mdst substan tial formic upon us Is deduced from the amillness of this years Labor day parade In New York It Is In terred that when times are good and disturbances in the industrial world are at a minimum wage earners be come apathetic 1 to demonstrations of strength and are disposed to go with the family to wood or beach r park to the ball game or other amusement Louisville had no Labor day parade this year None should fail to take advantage of the opportunity to make the jubilee promulgated by the Holy Father and announced In the pas toral letter of Bishop QDonaghuo last July Blessings are certain to come to those who make this jubilee devoutly and prayerfully It may moan sacrifice but religion without sacrifice is notof much account Upon his arrival in New York Viscount Haldane Lord High Chan cellor of Great Britain among other things predicted that home rule for Ireland would soon be an accom pUshed fact The industrial Workers of the World are now preaching rest flag anarchy In Indianapolis nightly And the Indiana Catholic forecasts the usual result riot and Injury to life and property The eoaatry was shocked by the BHddW t thofc Mayor Gayoor of Ne f York JU life kaa been It1eauoua Lad hie taWas off should prove a w nc-I l LeIETYJAliss iron White Mills Miss May Belle Driscoll of Dee Park has been visiting at Anchorage Bernard Lilly of Fairfield arrive here Monday to enter St Xavier College Mrs Edgar McMahon was last weel the guest of Mrs Charles Sauer at Lagrange Misses Bertha Mahoney and Mar guerite Collins of Parkview are horn from Buffalo I Mrs Beatrice Dalton of Oakdale la in Cincinnati visiting Mr and Mrs OtueDaHon Mrs Bridget cMcGlll and Alls Anna B McGill left Monday for a visit to Cincinnati Miss Mary Leahy Welseii of Crescent Hill left last week to attend school at Nazareth Mrs Henry Nadorf spent last week Halting her sister Mrs Cyras Fer rell at West Point I Mr and Mrs George M Eady span lost week visiting relatives and friends in Frankfort Mrs Annie Burke was last weel the guest of her sister Mrs J M Lynch at West Point Miss Margaret Lynch of Wes Point has been here visiting he brother Thomas Lynch Mrs M F Purtell of St Louis iIs visiting her brother Dan Schreiber Twentysixth and Bank Mrs Thomas Sweeney of South 1 Louisville has been spending a weel jvlth friends in Mlddlesboro Mr and Mrs James Moran are home after a most enjoyable vial vlth relatives at Springfield Miss Anna OConnell Hlghlam Park had as her guest the past week Miss Iva DeMuth of Oakdale Mrs Anna Casey of Jeffersonville has gone to Philadelphia to Visit her daughter Miss Lydia Clayton Miss Julia Mullen of Jeffersonville Is home froth a four weeks trip to Chicago Mattoon and Trowbridge ill F C Junker and M K Cody were among the number from this city who registered last week in Ne York B D Obermeier has returned from Jasper Ind where he accompanied his son Richard A Obermeier to Jasper College Mary Rose Fitzgerald returned Tuesday to St Catherines Academy at Springfield this being her second year at that institution Mrs Martin F Casper of Cannel ton has been eepndlng the week here visiting her sons Dr iMlqhael Casper and Dr James A Casper Patrick B Howard of South Louis vlllo has returned from Ireland where he spent the summer with hla mother and other relatives Mrs Walter W Bowman 2407 West Jefferson has gone to Rockport Ind for a three weeks visit with hoi sister Mrs Portsman Drumb Miss Estelle Welch has returned from a visit to her grandparents Mr and Mrs William Welch and other relatives and friends at Stlthton Miss Lucille Hackett of New Al bany will depart September 18 to at tend school at the Immaculate Con vent at Washington D C for a year Miss Mary Brannigan arrived home Wednesday from a six weeks European trip While abroad she visited Rome Paris London and IrelandMisses t Maggie Jude and Georgie Kcan have returned from Chicago where they were the guests of their cousins Mr and Mrs William M Burton for a Week Robin J Durrett of Prestonla en tertained his niece Mlsa Durrett Oglesby with a dinner Sunday even lag before her return to St Catherine of Sienna Academy Mrs Dennis Roach of Johnstown Pa Is the guest of her sisterinlaw Mrs Robert Ryan Illinois avenue tad Mrs Peter D Madden Mechanic street Jeffersonville Mr and Mrs Henry J Cooper for many years residents of the West End left Thursday morning for hapeze Ky where they will make heir future home Mr and Mrs B D Obermeier announce the engagement of their niece Miss Valla May Carraro to Jacob 1i Zlnm The wedding will ake place in January Miss Lillian Buckman and brothers obert and Hllery visited Father J J Abell at St Johns before return I rig from Webster where they spent It week with Mrs J B King f Mrs O E Dickinson and sister Miss Margaret iMcGuire of 814 South Third street are spending several weeks In New York and will visit other Eastern points before returning home James Bradley and wife and laughter Miss Catherine have re urned to their home in Covlngton ffer a delightful two weeks visit with their sisters and mother Mrs G atherlnV Bradley Mfr and 3tra Thofca MO- BOnra omiwoBJrVl tytoMind ike mPrtir dos g1tr ititr ar1Je thBr W WIWIttr lIt 1 ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sickness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection to Do ItI and in I Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Etc Dance and a HOME PHONE 946 319 VE X GREEN WN ONelllt of Louisville The weddin will take place early In the fall Mr and Mrs Frank 111 Smith of Kenllworth announce the engagemen of their daughter Miss Katherln Smith to Arthur M Lowers The wedding will take place in December and will be one of the society event of the winter The marriage of Miss Tillie Deter man and Harry J Cooper was solemnized Wednesday morning with ia nuptial mass aJ St Boniface church Following the ceremony they left for a two weeks bridal trip through Canada and the East Upon their return they will reside at 2316 Dun can street Miss Catherine Martin was gIven a surprise party and dance the occasion being her sixteenth birthday the color scheme being carried out in pink and white Those present were Misses Mary Rose Maloney Catherine Martin Mabel Silvers Rose Summers Sallle Sayers Cath erlno Monahan Mamfe Martin Hazel Walton Agnes Martin Josephin Black Birdie Royalty Maggl Silvers Nellie Silvers Anna B Copper Messrs Andrew McCormick John Just Joe Martin Leo Sayers Will Burke Joe Gannon James Fll burn Joe McCumsy Joe fleet San Martin Will Hannahan Leo French James Black Raymond Hell and Mesdames Martin Silvers Black am French FATHER RYAN MADE PASTOR e The Rev James J Ryan for a time associate rector of Holy Trinity church In New Albany am more recently assistant at St Simons church Washington Ind was last week appointed pastor of St Francis Xaviers church at Henryville Father Ryan was visit ing his relatives in Binghamton N Y when he was notified of his ap pointment and on his way to Henry ville was the guest over night of tha Rev Charles Curran rector of Holy Trinity parish New Albany The people of Henryville are rejoices over having him for their pastor HELPFUL CHARITY A number of well known Catholl ladles have arranged for a charity euchre and lotto party at the school hall 1308 West Broadway 01 Wednesday evening September 24 The proceeds will be for the benefit of a most deserving young woman who has been long ill and is now ia helpless invalid This Is indeed a real work of mercy and It is to be hoped there will be a large sale of tickets which are only twentyfive cents Games will be called at 8 oclock and numerous handsome and valuable prizes will be awarded EDWARD A BURT Friends here received the sad news Tuesday of the death at iRochester N Y of Edward A Burke son of Major Edward Burke former NIght Chief of Police of Louisville hut for some years past a resident of the Flower City Young Burke had been long ill of a of diseases and his death was not unexpected The funeral and burial took place In Rochester The messages also bore the news that Major Burke was seriously SHOWERED A pleasant and highly enjoyed event of the past week was the show r given Miss Elizabeth Kenney on Tuesday night at the res idence of Mr and Mrs George Kruso 995 Vine streets The gifts were many and will completely fur nish a kitchen Miss Kenney will be married to Herman Kruse on the morning of September 24 at Holy Trinity church OALL FROM OHIO The Dominican Fathers of St- Louis Bertrands Convent this city wjll conduct missions during the next two months at St Marys hurch Bhawrjee St Patricks Columbus Hply Redeemer Ports mouthSt Francis church Columbus and St Thomas church Zanes rllle all in the diocese pt Columbus LONG MOTOR TRIP Dr Charles AEdelin accom wnled by hie daughter Miss Dorothy Edelen his uncle Henry JH Bdeleri ind his cousin Mrs Hamilton Rob neon lift Saturday afternoon oa a Hbtor trip to Kftokuk Iowa where iCri Charlea A llldeteal to visiting Hr and aell 1I mad other rMatrrM 1I TRANSYLVANIAE N Canada GenISupt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building WEWANTYOURWORK Were Prepared Promptly FirstClass S- tylePRINTING Circulars Dodgers Wedding Invitations Specialty KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN t9TIJnxe- ai4 NNNONNaNNaiimlPNNHit1NNN4raMN complication 111I 1iriCor Nainj KNWS OP COLIIMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Pine Bluff Ark will have anothe large Initiation on October 5 Milwaukee Knights are planning a great Landing day celebration tor October 12 Last Sunday a class of about fifty was Initiated Into the council at Drookvllle Ind When completed the club rooms ot the merged councils in Syracuse wilt be the best In the city It Is expected that the Inltlatior of the new council at Hot Springs will be set for October 12 Columbus day The Knights have now a Fou Hundred Club at Columbus Ohlp They will entertain at the Audi Corium next Friday eveningI There will be a big third degree in Illation at Syracuse on September 25 On that day also will be celebrates the merging of the two councils there The half million dollar tundfor the Catholic University has beer raised A check for the same will be presented the university faculty or October 12 fin Tuesday of last week there wai a great third degree Initiation at Little Falls N Y Special cars brought a band and many Knights from Utica and before the ceremonies there was an imposing parade ALTAR SOCIETY All Interesting euchre lotto and cake festival Is announced by the ladles of the Altar Society of Holy Cross church to be held on the large and beautiful lawn at Thirtysecond and Broadway on Monday afternoor and evening September 22 An un usual array of handsome prizes wit be offered for both the euchre and lotto games while the cake festival will prove a pleasing feature Play rlll start at 230 and 830 oclock GAYETY THEATER Next week the Jayeity Theater wilt have as its attraction those two unique characters made famous by the pen drawings of Bud Fisher Mutt and Jeff This year the show Is In Panama The two Interesting characters seem jto be following the trail of the onetime famous Roger Brothers The seats for the engagement are on sale now at the box office Dally matinees are scheduledSISTERS OF NAZARETH Several changes d curred this week hi Catholic institutions directed by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Sister Charlotte who for some years has been in charge of the OILeary Home on Barret avenue has on account of ill health been retired to Nazareth and is succeeded at jfho OLeary Home by Sister Charlesetta who up to this time has been in charge of St Vincents Orphanage Sister Mary John of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth who has been stationed ait Paris will succeed Sister Charlesetta here aa Superioress of St Vincents Orphanage JEFFERSONVILLE Mrs Catherine Donovan wife of Patrolman Dennis C Donovan died Monday night at her home 417 West Maple street Jeffersonvllle after along illness of stomach trouble As Miss Catherine Malay she was married September 23 1878 Four sons and three daughters survive They are Il C Donovan of Indianapolis yilllam Wallace and Joseph Donovan and Misses JlIa Mary and Mar nret Donovan Mrs Joseph Kestler of Jeffersonvllle Is a slater Mrs Donovan was one of the most widely known women in Jeffersonvlllo where sbe spent a long and most exemplary Ife Her funeral occurred from St Augustines church Rev Jphn OCon tell being the celebrant of the solemn Wish of requiem which was attended by a large gathering of sorrowing rends and relatives ENTERS CLOISTER Mini Nora McCall niece of Judge McCall Tammanys nominee for favor of New York kiat Monday re Unqul bed society for the cloister ROMirS POPULATION 61dihotit aifYYui dot Rome whieh alive- 9az9eo HMMB ltlw Jn oJoIfi1 t CASUALTY INSURANCE Kentucky State Fair SEPTEMBER 1510 20 1913 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 livestock and to 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TrIV beyaai ctio 4 IM twi1- pnya Is ter rife ST XAVIERS COLLEGE lie W srasl- 2 y iaar4ttI SCy 1 tV VU4 ky th X vrtM Brolkwa I IRISH FLAG With Monte Rule May Conic New Emblem For Emerald Ile II Green Standard in Vogue Little Moro Than a Hundred Years May Be Selected From Colora Favored by OldTime Hibernians HISTORY OF THE I Most people imagine that the Iris must at once adopt the standard of green unfurled with the un crowned harp displayed thereon but they are just as likely to choose one of a very different hue The green standard is comparatively modern not being much more than a hundred years in vogue Thero are others o different device and color which have a much more glorious history at tached to them The history df Ireland under the green flag has been one of persistent defeat and mis fortune and the Irish people may decide to shelve it as a hoodoo and a hindrance When the new Ireland starts out on her career of glory and prosperity no tatters of her former plight can be permitted to cling to her and obstruct her triumphant march down through the ages A writer In the Gaeno American gives the following interesting history of the seovral standards and emblems of ancient Ireland It might be add ed too that saffron was also a favorite color of the Irish and the uniform of the ancient Irish soldiers the kerns and galloglases men tioned in Shakespeare consisted of saffroncolored tunics Probably nine Irishmen out of ten if asked what the national flag of Ireland Is would reply without hesitation The harp without tho crown meaning the golden Celtic harp on a green ground which U flown very generally by Irishmen Most of them believe that this has always been Irelands flag but theJJ fact is that as flags go it is com paratively now It first made its ap = perance in 1798 when It was adopt ed by the United Irishmen and it is said that they choose green because It Is a blend of orange and blue to typify tho union of North and South In point of antiquity the real Irish flag Is the spear and ser pent which appears in the arms of the OSullivans It is said to com memorate the incident of Gaodhal Glas the ancestor of Mlleslus who tradition says was cured of a snake bite by the rod of Moses Next to that comeS the flag of Flonn Mc Cumhallls milita the golden sun burst on a blue ground and the weight of opinion seems to favor this as the true national flag Blue Indeed was always Irelands national color untie 1798 There are a number of other flags which have fig ured in Irish history and all have their enthusiastic supporters One of the most popular is the three golden crowns on a blue ground which figures now in the Arms of the Province of MunstSr This was ac cepted after the Norman invasion in 1172 as the flag of Ireland the three crowns typifying the kingdoms of Desmond Ormond and Thomond tt was retained until 1547 when Henry VIII abolished U and substi tuted tho harp Coming down to more recent times we find that recognize tho harp Its flag was a golden harp on a bue ground A new flag was evolved at the time of the Union apparently for the express purpose of incorporating In It what is now known as the Union Jack but it does not seem to have caught the popular fancy any more than the act of union This was the red saltlre on a white ground which was chris tened St Patrlcks Cross Appar ently It was lifted from the arms oC Trinity College Dublin though how Trinity came by it is equally a mystery The trloolor of green white and orangeThe Orange and peacebetweenIsIrish Nationalists whose aim is com plete independence GUARDING POPES IIEAIIPIif From Rome it lIs cabled that extraordinary precautions are taken to protect the Pope against the un usual differences of temperature of bmayicomei veryhotattack which the Pontiff suffered last spring left hint peculiarly sensitive theheatIpse weight Cardinal Merry del Val pays him a dallY visit from his sum mer residence ait Monto Marlo a shorts respecttthefortunate than his predecessor Car dinal Rampolla who for fifteen years was unable to leave the Eternal City owing to tile delicate health of Leo 3CIII STEADILY IMPROVING t Jamea C Rogers Circuit Court Clerk of Fayette county and one of Kentuckys most prominent Knights of Columbus who had been 1U at Old Point Comfort with ptomaine poisoning for two weeks Ma been removed tp Bt Josephs Hospital In Lexington where hte condition has steadily Improved at ANNIVERSARYl JLMb Tkurdr the Mot Rev JohnJrelas+ d Archbishop of St t stAmge1IteIJyTteriat SOCIETY DIRECTORYY- JJj t A O H- DIVISION 1 Moots at Falls City Hall on First and Third 1uesd1YsI President Tbomaa W Tar y Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording Secretary Walter CuI Ick Financial SecretaryJoseph Far rollTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArns Henry McDer mottSentInelJohn Keane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams HaU Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary DanielI OKeefe SFinancial Secretary John T Keaney Treasurer James Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning ham SentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh HourIgan MaloneyfRecording SecretaryJohn PriceFinancial Secretary John J Hes Eton Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President J6bii H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Cdnley SergeantatArms Thomas Far elLSentlnelM J McDermott Y M I MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank O Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn tonSecond Vice President John J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry p KibbeyTreasurerSebastIan Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank El Grat lowly ceelbrated his seventyfifth birthday From all classes and everywhere he received messages of congratulation coupled with prayers that God will bless and long spare him to hie people LATEST STYLE NOTEStt The ribbons shown are darker than any displayed for months Though the fall days are distant hints are already visible in the shopsAll the indications are that hats will continue to be small or at any rate moderate The adjustable tunic is a delight to the women who must make one frock do for several uses Velvet leads the other fabrics used for ball gowns and coat suits These are many weaves Blue Is revived for house wear This same color Is brought out In moire for afternoon gowns Delft blue and copper color are popular shades In all designs and materials in the new waists Blouses for cool days are to be had in crepe de chine and crepe chiffon the latter made over net Unless there Is1 some drastic change women may be able to wear the gowns they possess until next April Plush hats and cotton velvet are among the offerings the last men tioned being entirely new and quite smartThere Is as yet no sign of stiff eA irig in silks or woolen materials Tho principal peculiarity of the new fabrics Is their supple limpness DEWEYS OPINION When asked Saturday at Pitts field Mass If he regarded the United States prepared for any un expected trouble with a foreign nation Admirable George Dewey saidgSo far as the army is concerned I am not prepared to give an opinion ut I do not hesitate to say that the j has never before been so well j prepared for war as at the present j SAVING THE FORESTS The United States forest service is using gasoline railway speeders for faro protection purposes They follow up trains on steep grades where thrown out by forced draft are likely to start flre along thedright otwarIltlmELAMen prominent In this country and Ireland are working earnestly and are confident of a creditable Irish exhibit at the Panama Exposi ion In 1915 The Irish section willfbe known as the Shamrock Islet5HSS ORONOTTE WINS It was Miss Leona Gronoite tele phone operator at the Cpviagton City building whp received the prize of aIIf gold larajllera as the prettiest girl the Knights of Columbus outing bel drecer UyatCovlngton GIVHft THREE ALTARS Martin iMoloney of Sr Jton lhas donated three marble altars cMt h Iag S13Qp0to the Church of r t JtatHrRjr ln that eltyTvpth floi ties o nfce ekurek fcT b ra jnadq mouiUnr laaltto fF00 I fORGERY Etching by Famous Artist IsrGiven an AiitiCatholic Interpretation l CLstirilLengthstoRltlchSocinl1st ChurchJ Practices Indicate Character of the Hard Pressed and Vile Falsifiersv x CLUMSY EFFORT TO MISLEAD An Instance of the absurd lengths to which antiCatholic sheets will go In the present day campaign of slander and vilification against the church and their absolute un scrupulousnessi when endeavoring to substantiate some of their false charges is well illustrated In the August issue of the Melting Pot a Socialistic organ which unlike tho Menace boldly announces its con nections and vie source of Its origin and which blasphemously attacks all belief in God and in revealed relig ionAccompanying an article filled with misstatements is an illustration entitled Execution of Protestants in the Netherlands representing two armies or divisions of the same army drawn up on opposite sides of a great tree from whose branches the dead or dying bodies ofsome twentyone men are hanging while on a ladder placed against the tree others are mounting to their execu Lion In a group below the tree in another to the right of the picture and on the ladder of execution I monks with crucifixes in their hands are earnestly exhorting those about to die and granting final absolution As a matter of fact the label which has been placed upon this pic ture In the Melting Pot is absolutely false and is a clumsy effort to mls lead those who would be unable to verify the title by comparison with that of the original from which this picture was taken It Is not a por trayal of the execution of Protestants at all but Is one of a series of etchings ot The Miseries and Sufferings of War produced by Jacques Callot 16921635 a French artist In two series In 163233 and represents the pun- Ishment by regular troops of marauderS and guerilla warriors captured while pillaging the coun try and sentenced to death by court martial during the Thirty Years War In Germany The scene is not old In the Netherlands as the sup posed title indicates but in the Ger man empire of that time This historical forgery Is all the bolder for the fact that Callot was an artist of consequence a man whose works for the technical pro employed are a landmark In the history of etching and that this series on The Miseries of War Is among the greatest of his efforts The man who In order to bolster his contentions deliberately chooses one picture out of a great series and falsifies Its name for the purpose oi distorting the subject must be hard pressed indeed for substantial proofs on which to base his argument Such practices moreover Indicate the character or lack of character of those who are at tjhe present tlmoj attacking the church C B MARCH WITH MUSIC The Director of Public Safety of j Philadelphia having modified his order which prohibited parades on Sunday with bands of music and Archbishop Prendergast having been assured a parade without music would not be as successful as tha of last year has given his consent j I to bands In the demonstration of I Holy Name Societies to bo held Sunday September 28 The new order of the Director permits music only in parades of a religious nature I and does not allows the playing of the bands In the vicinity of any church of any denomination VICEROY FOp IRELAND I According to the Liverpool PostII It Is now certain that the Connaught at present Governor General of Canada will be the first Viceroy of Ireland under home rulejj Prince Arthur according to story will succeed his father as the 1 Governor General of Canada He will et the title of Duke of Kent The Post says further that In the unlikely event pf the Duke of Connaught be Ing prevented tram accepting the of fice of Viceroy of Ireland the post I will be offered to the Duke of Norfolk I the leading lay Roman Catholic I in England I 1 LOUISVILLE ROTS ENTERTAtJfED Francis Nevitt Leo Creeden Raymond 1 COlbert Edward Moore Paul Thinner Edgar OConnor James Maloney Jqibp Deary and Will Mad en all Louisville and Lebanon boysEE S seminary students ware enterII In Indlanapojiq by Raymond Mellon a fellow student before re turning to college last week RETURNS TOCOLIiEGR Dan Walsh Jr of New Albany a newspaper reporter on Louisville papers but now a student for the priesthood at St t Melnrads College In Indiana left Wednesday to resume his studies after sepndlng his vacation with his parent In New Albany and friends In Louisville RETREAT ON ISLAND The annual retreat of the priests of the diocese of Portland Maine wilt be held thisl year at the Ottawa Hpuse Cushjngs Islaad from Beer 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COAL COIN- COnPOIlATKD FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE k Now is the time to fill your Coal bin with our freshly- iDaIStar Block Coal 4OO PER OC0N 2000 POUNDS Bfeil FlMNi city SiOi CnakOtk64y- t e Q HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolnr the Pat WeekGeneral- News Notes A promising now division has justI been organized at Mlssoula Mont Much social activity marks the di vision at Pueblo Col where frequentI and successful entertainments are be- Ing given The division at Emmetsburg Iowa opened the social season with a danc Ihg party declared the most enjoy able of the year- Hibernians of ewark will take a prominent part tomorrow at the lay Ing df the cornerstone of St Peters church at Belleville N J Division 1 meets Tuesday night and President Tarpy asks all members to be present They will hear some things of more than usual interest The Minneapolis Hibernians are re celving special compliment from the1 clergy for the Interest taken in ifur thering the work of the ProCathe dral Hibernian day at Columbus Ohio brought together more than 10000 people The affair was such a suc cess that it will be repeated annually hereafterThe Auxiliary at Jeffqrson vllle is making splendid progress Thursday night they gave a most en joyable and successful entertainment I for their friends The Hibernians of Minneapolis have begun to combat the growing evil of modern Immoral dances by reviving Interest in the ancient folk dancing of Ireland There should be a rousing meeting of Division 3 Monday night Besides reports and the addition of a nice sum to the treasury plans for the fall will be discussed Dig Six ot Indianapolis the biggest division in the State has ar ranged for a series of fall meetings at which leading Hibernians will speak on Irish subjects Next Wednesday night the Ladles Auxiliary meets at Falls City H- Ind a large gathering IU looked for This Is the live wire division of Ithe Ancient Order In Kentucky Minneapolis Hibernians presented a striking appearance in the parade receding the cornerstone laying of St Olemens church last Sunday Every division was well represented STATE FAIR WEEK The eleventh annual Kentucky State Fair which opens here Monday and continues for six days will toe the greatest in point of exhibits and entries more brilliant in regard to class and display and more Important from the standpoint of public Inter st than any ever held In this section of the country The premiums aside from the special rewards and trophies total 35000 and no greater horse event has ever beent heralded than the 2000 Comm toner of Agriculture Stake which will be competed for on September 19 in the great 100000 pavilion toy seventeen of the classiest flvegaltedt saddle horses in the entire country In addition to the splendid horse- show features which will take place In the big pavllloli Secretary JLD- ent has secured for this year the greatest hippodrome performance ever witnessed at a fair The acts will include the marvelous iMme Marantctte and her Imported Arabian tlghschool horses and her worlds champion highjumping horse St Patrick HgMSIIscene of fairyland beauty and the fair management has secured a Mid way feature In the Johnny J Jones Exposition that comes heralded as the best aggregation of the kind en tour The Jones outfit requires wentyflve doublelength steel cars toI transport It and there are no less han eighteen of the greatest side shows and openair attractions in ex l tones to afford clean and innocent but the liveliest and best amusementl for fair patrons There are four tbr five bands In the Midway show Including Vltuccls famous Royal Italian Band of twentyfive pieces Each day and night has been set apart Friday night being designated IrishAmeri can and Evening Post night William J OHearn and Boyle G Boyle are the Chairmen An appropriate pro ammo of Irish music and other features will be arranged by Chair man OHearn and a number of IrishAmericans who constitute his committee I KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Louisville Council Knights of Columbus is making preparations for the celebration of Columbus day October 12 upon a large scale During the various programmes contemplated Is tho conferring of the Fourth degree on Saturday after noon October 11 Sor this an Invi tation Is extended all Knights of Kentucky and neighboring States who have bqen members two years to apply at once for application blanks in order that there will be no delay In their presentation for initiation on October 11 Full par ticulars may be had from Secretary H B McBride at the K C Homo on Fourth avenue or Robert A Wat son Master of the Fourth and John P Hanly F N The Columbus day celebration In Louisville will be a notable affair and will Include the I reproduction of historic events connected with the expedition and dis covery of this country For this feature the use of the Armory has Teen secured NEWPORT StI Thomas congregation Now port with the approbation and permission of the Right Rev Bishop Maes has decided to mpve from Its present inconvenient location to a- more slrabteone near the Forth that dln view it har purchased the valuable lot on the north east corner QfJ rtTJomas avenue and Hills court fronting 126 feet on the avenue and haying a depth the f uniueetionablytBlestt porate limits and the congregation Ja exceedingly glad itbas been secured I I 1 It hopes to begin very shortly the erection of a church school and 1pas- toral residence TWIN CITY LEAGUE Tomorrow morning marks the closing of the schedule of the Cath olio Baseball League and inci dentally the closing of the best amateur ball furnished around Louisville in years being especially noted J for the cleanness of the games not n protest being filed with the leagueI officials during the entire season The Champions proved themselves good repeaters and consistent performers i by again romping off with- the pennant flag by a nice margin with practically the same lineup as last year Spring Bank finishes seC ord closely followed by the Kentucky Oaks Bruins end Shamrocks the latter team having especial hard luck their star pitcher and catcher being badly Injured this year The schedule for tomorrow lsas follows Bruins vs Cadets Champions vs Shamrocks Kentucky Oaks vs Spring Bank and Hepburns vs Athletics all at Shawnee Park The standing to lute W L ii- Champioos14 Pet 5733Spring Banks12 6 666 Kentucky Oaks22 7 639 Bruins 10 9 l26 Shamrocks9 9 500 Hepburns 6 11 350 Cadets 6 12 333 Athletics 4 14 222 ORGANIZE SOCIAL CLUB I At the meeting of Division 4 A O H on Monday evening in Bertrand Hall it was planned to or ganize a social club composed principally of tho younger members of the division with the object ot giving dances and other entertainments during the coming fall and winter season and President John H Hennessy appointed the following as an Executive Committee they meeting last night and completing the club roster Thomas J Langan L J Meany Fred Mooney Thomas Farrell Teddy OToole Thomas Martin Pat Conley James McTlghe Leo Reilly and Harry J Hennessy County Financial Secretary Langan reported that the reecnt joint picnic was the most successful from nfl nancial standpoint of any given during the last seven or eight years and that each division had profited nicely in the sale of tickets Remarks concerning the proper construction of different sections of our present constitution were made by John J Score Pat Mangan Thomas Lynch Michael Doyle Dave Reilly and others COVINGTON When the marriage of Mips Marie Donnelly and Joseph R Kueven was solemnized on Wednesday morning of last week at St Marys Cathedral In CovJngton there was a large assem blage 10 witness the ceremony which was performed by Rev Father Carroll The sanctuary received appropriate decorations In the way of palms and the fall bloom white astors Many lighted candles surrounding toe altar not only added to the beauty oft the scene but gaveft sacred religious aspect BS the VotingScouple lIghted their troth and made their solemn vows As tfye bridal party entered the central aisle the voices of tho boy choir mingled with the tones ot the organ Miss Stella Kueven sister of the groom and his best man Will iam Brown preceded the groom to the altar Visa Kueven wore a becoming gown of pink voile draped over silk Her hat of The same tint bleaded with the gown The bouquet of Mermets and ferns gave a finish- Ing touch The bride has quite a reputation for being exceedingly pretty and her selected gown of white crepe meteor with a stylish Irish crochet hat enhanced her personal charms An attractive feature was the shower ouquet of bride roses which formed a panel for her becoming gown After the ceremony the bridal party went tto the Industrial Club where brealfast was served Mr and Sirs Kueven then drove to their beautiful appointed home at Ft Mitchell and later IIn the season will have their honeymoon trip SEEING VENICE Miss Marie OBrien and her brothers Edwin and James OBrien who have been touring Norway Den mark and Sweden reached Austria last week and were registered at theI Hotel Bristol In Vienna They areI now In Venice and write that far their trip has been a most de lightful one AILROtDODANGES Eugene Toner who has been with the L and N has succeeded W C Krutsinger as chief clerk of the local division freight offices of the Monon Mr Krutsinger has resigned to take another position W H Newman Jr formerly with the Rock Island succeeds J V Kilcourse as contracting freight agent for the Monon L DAm TO ERIN Miss Margaret Nolan who has made Louisville her home for some years past and has many friends here left Tuesday for New York and sailed Thursday for Ireland where she will make her future home Miss Nolan la a sister of Mrs S J McEHlott West Oak street LEAVE FOR SCHOOL I Lisa Constance Cassllly and Dorothy Cassllly left Monday to attend St Catherines Academy at Springfield Misses Frances Srayser Helen Mapother Louise Walton and Eliza beth Frank will leave next week for Garden City L Iwhere they will attend St Mans this winter KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN Cincinnati 11ass6Cured the Knlghti of St John supreme cbn vention for 1914 It will be held some time during the month of June the exact date not yet having been decided upon Commanderles will be there from all parts of thW United States fcoutarllle hasHV eral well drilled eommanderteaand- PCot J Breen may be looked to rorouofiUiJprl winning bodies r 0 C iIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchange Charles McNally Postmaster at Monaghan has been appointed to the Commission of the Peace for County Monaghan Miss M OLeary for twenty flve years assistant In the Balllncolllg Postomce has been appointed Post mistress in succession to the late J PowerMichael I Smyth Market street Monaghan has demolished his old premises and Is at present erecting a handsome brick building to taKe Its place Edward Johnston a farmer of Drumcor near Ballymena has been placed under arrest In connection with the death of John Lavlor at CullybackeyA shock was occasioned in Boyle when it became known that John Priest the Town Clerk had died suddenly after about a fortnights Illness A few convictions for rent decrees were carried out on Lord Temple tons estate In Carrlckanure near Ballybay The evictions aroused very little local interest The Caledon County Tyrone Mag istrates refused Information against Mary McGuigan who was charged with wounding her husband but bound her to the peace for six monthsAt Loretto Convent Omagh Miss Monica McLoughlln daughter ot P McLoughlln Coleralne was re ceived Into the order The ceremony was performed by Right Rev Mgr ODoherty Brother Bonaventure one of the most brilliant teachers In the Marlst order has been appointed Superior and Principal at Athlone where ha will act as headmaster of the intermediate school The Newry Branch U I L Is making arrangements to hold a demonstration in Newry during the 1 last week In September and has Invited Sir John Simon English Solicitor General to speak Fire broke out In Belturbet as a result of which the workshops and dwelling of Ebenezer Frazer coach builder Deanery street were com lately burned to the ground 1 but fortunately no human lives were lost The Very Rev Canon Holohan Rosbercon South Kilkenny cele brated the golden jubilee of his priesthood on Saturday and was thet recipient of numerous congratulations and gifts from all over tt- the diocese TJeath by drowning was the verdict of a Coroners Jury In the case of the two young Randalstown men Michael Mallon and Edward Liddy who were drowned while bnthins at a dangerous spot at Port stewart Clontlbret was en fete on Sunday the occasion of an Aerldheacht for the newly organized war pipes band There were over 6000 people present from all the districts of Ulster and Dr Clarke JP Castleblayney presided J J Bowers of Cloncalllck County Fermanagh the owner of the rem- Ises alleged to have been maliciously burned on August 15 has lodged a claim for compensation A stable bre and part of a turf house were burned1 and also a building In which the local Orange lodge met We regret to announce the death otf Miss Catherine Anne Judge of CarrlckonShannon which occurred after a brief illness The deceased who belonged to a respected family was of an extremely charitable na ire and the poor of the town have Ini every sense of the term lost one ofI their best friend IThere was a large and representa tlve attendance at the funeral from St Michaels church Tipperary ito Emly of Thomas J Costelloe Postmaster at Limerick Junction The deceased who was only twentytwo years of age was a popular and distinguished pupil of the Tlpperary Christian Brqthers and his death has caused deqp regret In the district I COLONELS HOME FRIDAY The Louisville baseball club plays at Minneapolis thls afternoon and tomorrow going from there to St Paul where a series of three games winds up their last trip away from home Next Friday opening with Kansas City Heine Pletzs charges will be the first of the series with the four Western clubs which prom- Ises to be fully as exciting as any games this season This series will probably decide the winning of the 1913 pennant Minneapolis being tho favorite at present according to baseball bettors who are laying the following odds Minneapolis 6 to 6 Milwaukee 8 to 5 Columbus 3 to 1 and Louisville 6 to 1 Minne apolis Begins a fourgame series September 22 and Milwaukee does likewise September 28 these eIght games being sure to make Associa tion history They will be hard fought and judging from the pres ent progress of the race the Colonels have a chance to upset all calcula tlons by making a pennant winning spurt right at the end- LEONARD I A DIRECTOR Frank P Leonard former Supreme ardLadlesLouisville has left St Louis to be come A Provisional Director ot the recently formed Marquotto National Fire Insurance Company organized under the stringent Insurance laws of Illinois and with headquarters at Chi cago The new company Is to be controlled by representative 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