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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s WE DO IIPRINTING I VOLUME XXXHNO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 25 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS ill TOLERANT United States Senator John Sharp Williams Discusses Religion The Distinguished Mississippian Is Not Narrow in Ills Principles Declares Himself as Good a Pro testant as Is Anybody Else TUMULTY EDUCATED AND LOYAL SenatorJohnon the subject of religion is strik ingly shown by the following letter written by him to one of his con stituents who enclosed a cupping criticizing President Wilson because the latters Secretary Mr Tumulty Is a Roman Catholic- I have yours of the tenth I have Been several copies of the Liberator and several of the antiRoman Catholic newspapers containing articles in substance such as you refer to Of course it Is true that Roman Catholics are flocking to the coun try because a majority of the Immigration we receive today is from countries where Catholicism is the State religion established by law It is equally true that Cath olics hold office in the United StatesIn the army and in the navy and in the civil service Just as Pres byterians Episcopalians Methodists and Baptists do None of them hold office because they are Catholics or because they are Presbyterians or Episcopalians or Methodists or Baptists but they are In the army because they were appointed to West Point In the navy because they were appointed to Annapolis and in the civil service because they passed the civil service examinations Our Government is one which pays no attention to the religious convic tions of men it is a cardinal doc trine underlying our system that it ought not to do so and that there must be a total separation of Church and State A man is not dis qualified for office because he is a Methodist or a Presbyterian or an Episcopalian or a Baptist JiIudOMnotjJtnow whether any of The J3lshops IrClirdl i1s rthCatholic church are meddling with or defying our laws as you say they are or not I expect there Is a great many high officials in all churches who are not overlawabld ing probably no more In one church than In another As I stated I do not know of any case like that to which you refer Mr Tumulty the Presidents Secretary undoubtedly Is not dangerous to the freedom or independence of the American re public He Is a young fellow with a clean open face was appointed by President Wilson because he was an excellent Intelligent and loyal Secretary and for no other reason and I think that you will conclude with me that it would be brutal In the President to discharge him be cause he is a Roman Catholic Every church member believes in his own church of course or at least is believe In It Then if thePresident got a Presbyterian Secretary the other churches might rise up and swear that he ought to discharge him Then If he discharged him and got a Methodist Secretary the others might rise up and swear he ought to be discharged for fear that the Presbyterian Sec retary might influence In favor of predestination or the Methodist in favor of falling from grace Let us take It for granted my dear friend that our President Mr Wilson has some sense some char acter and some independence If you do not know it we people In Washington do know that he is not only nominally but really the Presi dent of the United States and neither Mr Tumulty nor I nor any body else controls him The truth is nobody Influences him very much The further truth Is that he Is not subject to the amount of influence that he ought to be from the argu ments and knowledge of those more experienced perhaps than he in pub lic matters You may rely upon It that Presi dent Wilson has already seen the Liberator and that he has already seen the Menace another newspaper violently anti=Catholic You may equally rely upon it that the Presi dent is not going to discriminate in favor or against anybody on account of that persons religion You may Btlll further rely upon the fact that Mr Tumulty Is not going to seek to persuade him to do so In the first place he would not want to do so and in the second Place he could not do so if he wanted to In conclusion let me say that Iexpect that 4 am as good a Protestant as you or anybody else My fore fathers fought for Protestantism when It meant a good deal WORK FOR HO IE Division 3A O H had a well at tended and very Interesting meeting Monday night when a large number of contributions to the Hibernian home building fund were announced The Treasurer of the home fund re sorted that since the last meeting lie bad received 125 In donations and J4075 from the Hibernian Social Club the proceeds of a euchre hell at the residence of ex President Thomas Qulnn making a total el J1667SV Quite an amount of routln tju InMi WM traBMCttd and before f R J KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN adjournment cigars were passed and I everybody enjoyed a smoke The I Building Committee reported that the electricians had finished the wiring of the new home and that the plasterers were now at work When their work Is done the hall will be papered and the building painted In side and out Three young men were admitted Into tho order and will receive the degrees at the coming In- Itiation An Invitation to the Hiber nian Social Club entertainment at the Norman Theater on May 6 was received and accepted BEAUTIFUL CEREMONY Last Sunday St Louis Bertrands church was a scene of beauty and splendor the occasion being the sil ver Jubilee of the prlltor the Very Rev Thomas McGovern O P The high altar was beautifully decorated with llllles and palms and lighted with numerous candles Before the services began the large church was crowded with the parishioners and many friends of the pastor The solemn high mass began at 1030 oclock the very reverend pastor be ing the celebrant The Rev Antoninus Enls who was also a jublllarian was the deacon and the- Re M J Ripple subdeacon The Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue was present in the sanctuary The ser mon was preached by Very Rev D J Kennedy O P S F M pro fessor of the Catholic University at Washington D O In his sermon Father Kennedy spoke of the dignity and power of the Catholic priesthood showing that it is the only true priesthood of Jesus Christ Father Kennedy went on to explain that by reason of his ordination a priest has charge over the natural and the mystical body of Christ When In the offering of the sacrifice of the mass ho changes the bread and wine into the body and blood of Christ be exercises power greater than that of the angels And for the people bo performs the most sacred offices when In baptizing he regenerates their souls when In penance he cleanses them from sin when in matrimony he joins them by Indivisible union and finally when in extreme unction he pre pares the soul to go forth to meet Its Creator In conclusion he paid a high tribute to the untiring zeal1 of Father McGovern and recounted the great work he did In his twentyfive years of ministerial labor In Memo phis Zanesvllle Columbus New York and last but not least In Louis ville The mass ended with benedic tion of the blessed sacrament after which the clergy repaired to the convent where a banquet was served Among those present were the Right Rev Bishop ODonagnue Very Rev J P Cronin V O Very Rev JvR Meagher Provincial of the RevwJkiroher Rev D J Kennedy of Washington Rev B G Enls of New Orleans Rev J P Aldrldge of Columbus Rev D A Casey of Aquinas College Rev Leonard Nurr O F M Rev Peter Englert OF M Rev Fabian Kelley C P Revs John D Kalaher George A Weiss Celestine Brey E E Willett George W Schuhmann Eugene P Donohue John J Fitz gerald Francis OConnor Patrick M Monaghan uA McHugh M Melody D F Crane Brother James Brother Julian Revs J M Ripple R G Lyons S A Savin 0 D Par ent Vincent Cleary G R Mahony and E A Baxter TIlE ORPHANS DAY On Sunday afternoon May 3 the orphans of St Josephs Asylum numbering over 200 will spend a most happy day Following the cus tom of years past the little ones will be brought to the city In wagons where they will be met by the Knights of St John and the St Josephs Orphan Society and es corted to St Vincent de Pauls church for the solemn vespers to be celebrated by the Rev Father Theme assisted by many of the local clergy Following the church services adjournment will be had to the new school hall at Shelby and Oak where a feast will be enjoyed by the orphans and a pleasing pro gramme rendered This occasion is always made a semiholiday by our German Catholic citizens who are conducting one of the best equipped and most successful orphanages in the United States AFTER MANY YEARS Supreme President Gaudin of New Orleans and Supreme Trustee Michael Quinn of Brooklyn were this week in Rhode Island paying an official visit to the various branches of the Catholic Knights of America in that State Monday night they were the guests of the State Council at a great open meeting in Providence They also addressed a large gathering at Southlngham Conn It was a long time since the Catholic Knights of those States had a visit from their Supreme officers whose presence and reports will be productive of gratifying results Ex Supreme Vice President Henry F Croghan and State President Thomas J IRowen headed the Rhode Island committee that arranged for the visitors reception YOUNG BISHOP The new Bishop of St Augustine Fla Right Rev Michael J Curley Is but thirtyfour years of age and ten years a priest He was born in Athlone Ireland educated at Mungret College Limerick where he graduated In the Royal University with high honors and at the American College Rome where he also won eminent distinction Since his ordination he hae done plontjr work In the Florida mission and as pas tor of D land 8ttenddto a numberr if outlying stations In ah extensive lletriot The Cathedral parish ova r which he will preside IB the aldert In the United itAtea 4 Ii1 h J SOCIALISTS Were Routed Sunday Night by Peter Collins at Macau boys Theater Large and Appreciative Audi ence Greets Able Young Lecturer q Points Out That Socialists Are Enemies of Church and Labor NOT AN ECONOMIC MOVEMENT Macauleys Theater was filled Sunday night with the best people of Louisville eager to greet Peter W Collins of Chelsea Mass who lectured on The Coaling Conflict or the Menace of Socialism under auspices ot the Louisville Council Knights of iColumbus In the boxes and among the audience were Mayor Buschemeyer Rev James P Cronin V G Rev Celestine Brey and many others of the clergy Camden Mc Atee presided introducing Mr Collins as one of the greatest students of Socialism In the country and the author of many books on the sub jectSocialism is the greatest ob stacle today In the path of progress for the workingman The coming conflict will be not between capital and labor but between labor and Socialism Mr Collins declared in the beginning of his addressIOU has been set forth by the Socialist that this doctrine Is being promul gated for the benefit of the workingman and it is claimed that it originated with the workingman I deny that It had any such origin It originated In the minds of German Intellectuals who had nothing in common with the worklngman notably Karl Marx He declared that the atheism In Marxian So cialism Is sufficient to convince any rightthinking man that that doctrine did not spring from the work Ingman The workingman Is essentially religious he said and Is spiritually Incapable ot denying the existence of God as he declared that Socialism does I The materialistic conception of history Is the definition they give yoitit Soelalleirr tiut tvhthts 1ic stripped of Its classroom togs and verbiage it means simply There is no God Mr Collins also declared that Socialism would demol ish not only religion but private property as well and that it would end by demolishing the family He read quotations from Karl Marx Frederick Engels and other Socialists In support of these assertions and concluded this part of his address with the declaration that the labor Ing man was an inherent believer not only in religion but In the sacred rights of property and in the sacred Integrity of the home Thus he said the statement that Socialism had Its origin and has Its beneficiary In the worklnjman becomes ridiculous Government ownership the minimum wage the Initiative and referendum and many of the other planks that the Social ists have Included In their platform he declared were not Socialism at all but were Included In their pro paganda as a bait for honest persons Interested in reform Socialism Is not an economic movement Mr Collins declared In the early stages it boasted an economic tenet In the proposition Labor is the source of all wealth and culture But at a later conference of Social ist leaders this tenet was repudiated and the movement is left without an economic basis- Reverting to the subject of So cialism and labor Mr Collins declared that the Socialists were endeavoring In every way possible to I destroy the efficiency of trade unionism and the constructive lab movementIrIII They are doing this because the unions are an Instrument that con tribute to the workingmans content ment and the Socialist movement can not recruit Its ranks from con tented men It appeals to the prejudices and passions of the discontented inciting to class hatred and class struggle There Is no class struggle in this country except such as Is fostered by the soapbox Socialist orator When the lecturer concluded he Invited any Socialists present to fire their balls and lie would try and catch them Tills he did In every In stance scoring a putout Answering calmly but quickly every question propounded Mr Collins made plain that the Socialists were either ig norant or untruthful In the course of his address he had referred to the I W W as the I Wont Workers of the World A woman In the balcony arose and asked Mr Collins what lie would do about the unemployed There are two classes of unemployed the speaker responded The men who wont work and met who would work If they could gel employment I dismiss the firs class as undeserving of our attention As to the second H say give labor an eighthour day and good working conditions and we won t have any unemployed Mn Collins also fully and forcibly r explained the position of the Catholic c church toward Socialism and labor reading the Papal encyclical and de ilarlnp that no Catholic Christie nor orthodox Sew can bt a Socialist Before leaving Louisville he ex reuedhlmHlf JIleuod with bW TlBll to Louisville which he t rmeid a wonderfully progressive cityW i t 1 PARLIAMENT Y RtlThe Homo Bill Will Soon411 Enter Upon Its Third Stage II 4 yr- I 1IM Carson Left Severely Alone to Pjirsuo IllsiCampaign in Ulster 4 NOtDiscussion cnters on Date For Britlh General Elation I d RESTING BEFORE FINAL BATTLE L All Ministries make some con cession to Parliamentary human nature by putting dowa for the first days of the Horse or Commons after the brief vacation such business asI does not excite party passion and therefore does not require large attendance It islmposslble there fore cables Hon yr P OConnor M IP to report either any advance or any decline in attempts to reach a settlement on the home rule bill All British leaders have been silent and Sir Edward Carson has been let severely alone to pursue his cam paign In Ulster Carsons speeches have grown If anything In violence and fairly Imposing demonstrations of his volunteers continue but some how or other these things In spite of every attempt ot the English Tory journals to boom them by lengthy descriptions produce the effect of back numbers no longer seriously counting as factors that control the home rule situation The determin ation that some settlement be reached and be over and done with the whole Irish question remains universal and is stronger outside than inside Parliament Tory mem bers not tied to the chariot wheels of either Carson or Bonar Law are still working on federation as a solution of the difficulty but for the moment it must 0e acknowledged that there Is a complete pause and we must await the filling up of the House of Commons next week before we again return to effective negotia tions Meantime the chlet subject of discussion and rumor In British JOUrnals Is whether O shah have a general electIon t1fM ear ru no11I1I lsimpoaeitilo und e these co ditlon to pronounce any certain judgment on prospects for the future though speeches by Carson and some out pouring from the diehard would point to a hardening of the situation Among the Tories It Is quite un certain even to the Tories them selves what their final attitude will be Balfour remains one of the most enigmatic figures but the general Impression Is that he means mischief and will quietly but ef fectively Interfere to upset any com promise that may be hopeful It ho takes this attitude the whole Tory party may resolve to refuse As qu I ths concessions and have the bill rejected on second reading by the House of Lords and thus compel Asquith to pass the measure as It stands without any concessions whatever to Ulster and leave the Liberal Ministry face to face with the difficulty of dealing with the Ulster volunteers by drastic military action If such counsels prevail It must mean that the Tories are ready to face the prospect of some bloodshed In Ulster In the hope that even a small loss of life may produce an outburst of ultraProtestant feeling In Great Britain and thereby wreck the Government and home rule put I persist in believing that public opinion and powerful personalities will continue to exercise such effective pressure toward settlement as will defeat these designs Then when we approach the final stages the programme will follow what I have consistently foreshadowed namely the passage of the bill by the House of Lords on second read ing then the introduction of Carson Ite amendments then the rejection of these amendments by the House of Commons then more haggling with the passage of the bill into law by the end of July Coupled with this issue of home rule is the exact date of the next general election For some weeks the impression was strong that the Ministry would be ready to give an Immediate general election after the passage of home rule as an addi tional concession to the Tories and to test the opinion of the country as to the measure but this proposal- Is complicated by the plural votin bill The rank and file of Liberals especially in the country would resent bitterly the disappointment of their hopes for the removal of this intolerable grievance of on rich man getting twenty votes mor easily than twenty poor men gettin- gonerhe Ministry would have t I face fierce resentment and disappointment if they loft office beforeI they had remedied this condition JUBILEEtBrother Peter the oldest mamba of the Xaverlan Brotherhood In the United States will celebrate thE golden Jubilee of his entrance into religion at St Johns Ereparator- Cpllfipe Y iDanvers 1IassonAprl 25 Brother Peter was born a Sllvermlne Gmrnty Tlpperary Ire land January JO 1837 On Marc 1 S3 1864 he bermeapC6Juant o I the Xaverlan congregation In th CommunHr which had been etal lehedin Louliyill shortly befbi that date o i p CLEVELAND SixtySeventh Diocesan Anni versary Occurred Last Thursday Father Edward FenwIck Built First Church Within Its Limits Catholicity Had Been Planted and Chapel Erected Near Sandusky MISSIONARIES TO THE INDIANS By James A Rooney The sixtyseventh anniversary of the erection of the diocese of Cleve land occurred on Thursday April 23 as noted in our Catholic Ameri can Chronology and though the diocese was not established until 1847 by a division of the diocese of Cincinnati which up to that time comprised the entire State of Ohio yet Catholicity had been planted within its borders almost a century before It was In 1751 on or near the site of the present city of San dusky anglicized from the old Huron name Ootsandooskle mean Ing where the water is pure that a missionary chapel was built by the Jesuit Father Armand de la Richardles Wyandots and this was also the first shrine of the faith within the limits of the State of Ohio It was only an Indian mis sion but it was maintained by the Jesuits until hostilities between the French and English drove them forth and Father Potter was the last Jesuit missionary among the Western Hurons For more than fifty years there were few Catholic settlers and fewer priests to keep alive the spark of faith but from the present condition of Catholicity and the wonderful growth of the church In that northeastern section of Ohio now Included in the Cleve land diocese no Catholic will doubt the efficacy of the holy sacrifice once so often celebrated thereabouts by the Jesuits for their Indian con verts Not till Father Edward Fenwick the Dominican apostle of Ohio was sent by Bishop Flaget of Bardstown in attend tlfewCcutholfesre1Wj thm1ttt ttat IR1RlIgratlonfi the East and from Europe had sent to settle in the counties now in cluded in the Cleveland diocese were any systematic efforts made for the regular celebration of mass and the administration of the sacra ments It was ho who built the first permanent church within the limits of that diocese near Dun gannon In Columbiana county as early as 1820 and It was at Wooster In Wayne county also within that diocese that he surrendered his soul to God September 26 1832 dying of the yellow fever scourge after ten years of arduous labor as a missionary Bishop He was In truth the Apostle of Ohio and his example as a mis sionary evangelist and church builder was faithfully followed by a long succession of able and zealous priests until at the sixth provincial council of Baltimore convened May 10 1846 the growth of the church In Northeastern Ohio was recog nized to be such as to require its separation from the diocese of Cin cinnati with a Bishop of its own The council was attended by twenty three Bishops and they provided for carving out of the diocese of Cincin nati the diocese of Cleveland and out of the diocese of New York of those of Albany and Buffalo In approving these provisions Rome appointed the Right Rev Louis Amadeus Rappe as the first Bishop of Cleveland the Right Rev John McCloskey created our first Ameri can Cardinal March 15 1875 as first Bishop of Albany and the Right Rev John Timon the noted Lazarlst missionary as first Bishop of Buffalo And not without Its special sig nificance Is the fact that at the same provincial council the Bishops with a unanimous and enthusiastic voice selected and proclaimed the Blessed Virgin Mary conceived without sin as the patroness of the United States Bishop Rappe was born at Ardrehem France February 2 1801 was ordained at Arras March 14 1829 was consecrated first Bishop of Cleveland October 10 1847 and after an episcopate of nearly a quarter of a century dur ing which he spent himself in the dutiesggained the love of his people and the esteem and respect of all hisI fellow citizens regardless of creed he voluntarily laid aside the dignity chargee Burellngton Vt where he performed the uop to the day of his death thereat the age of seventysix years September r 8 1877 Copyrighted MOURN TIER DEATH warcalled to her eternal reward Tuesda morning in the person of Mrs Elizabeth Wentzell widow of thE gate Conrad Wentzell aged sixty seven years and residing at 210 3d ortland avenue In the regrette loath of Mrs Wentzell St Cecilia arlsh and the Weet End is deprived fa character whose dally life wll ver be remembered as a shining sample of1I that was noble fii a debonellglon was ideal whilel to the sic w and poor she was always the helping frlenu Mrs Wentzell leaves five daughters Miss Anna S Wentzell Mrs Julia C Seelbach Mrs Mattingly of Louisville Mrs John G Parsons of New Albany and Mrs Gordon Alexander ot New York and five sons William A Edward A J M George L and Chester C Wentzell a sister Mrs A Robert son and a brother Edward Doran Her funeral was held Thursday afternoon from St Cecilias church Rev Father Craney conducting the solemn services SILVER JUBILEE St Michaels Commandery 103 Knights of St John of which Col Theo Poppe ils the commanding officer will tomorrow celebrate Its twentyfifth anniversary and silver jubilee with Impressive ceremonial at St Peters church Seventeenth and Garland avenue The jubilee militaryhighIng during which the Knights in dress uniform and the active and honorary members will approach the altar and receive holy communion InI a body Again In the afternoon vespersfollowing lightful banquet and brief re sponses to toasts In St Peters Hall St MIchaePs ds one of the leading commanderles of the Knights ot St John and boasts a great record for Its spiritual and material works Many men have beneflted from membership thereIn while every where the Knights have been the orphanInplaced not only an altar but a beautiful memorial window its members being ever ready to respond to the appeals of the church as well as the people Only pleasant weather is needed for a most happy day IGNORANCE OK BIGOTRY Mrs James A Leach who seeks notoriety in the woman suffrage movement has recently returned from Europe where she mixed with the Pankhursts and other militants After giving her views on the status of women In foreign countries to the Herald Mrs Leach takes a crack at Ireland and home rule say ing- I am not In favor of home rule and I do not believe It will ever be brought about In Ireland Thousands of people who do not live In Ulster are bitterly opposed to It on the grounds that It will mean Catholic domination and the unbearable bur den of increased taxation The ma jority of people in Ireland are aalnst home rule They think it is only a scheme to place John Red mond and T p OConnor in power I have never seen anything like the- o pradeterminedWomen as well as men have signed the covenant pledging them to sup port at all costs the union with Parliament Classes in first aid to the inujred are being held groups of women are being taught to make soldiers clothes and every evidence of the earnestness of the Protestant forces is being given Mrs Leach gave a few sentences to Premier Asquith saying that he is one of the most unpopular men in England that he has broken his promises right and left and is alto gether unfit for the high office beholds She was in Ireland but a short time and has neither facts nor figures for her absurd statements Mrs Leach evidently thinks she thinks and it Is more charitable to believe that her effusion results from Ignorance of Ireland rather than bigotry CATHOLIC FEDERATION The regular meeting of the Catholic Federation was well at tended and Interesting President Ganz and all officers being present One of the most important matters discussed was the appointment of a committee to visit the various hotels and arrange for the placing of fold ers therein containing the location of the Catholic churches and the hours for the different masses Through John A Doyle an invita tion was received to attend the lec tufe of Peter Collins on the menace of Socialism The Federation In dorsed the action of Its officers in sending telegrams to Kentuckys Senators and Representatives in Congress protesting against the passage of the Immigration bill At tention was called to the action of the American Federation and President Ganz appointed John A Doyle H A Vonderheide and Joseph Po McGinn a committee to draw up resolutions protesting against the appointment of Ernest Nathan as the official representative of the Italian Government at the Panama Pacific Exposition HURTS PROVE FATAL Patrick Hanlon fortytwo years old an employe of the Louisville Gas and Electric Company died Sunda morning at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital from injuries he received ten days before when a gas main o which he was working blew up at Tenth street and Ormsby avenue H I was a brother of Capt Jerry Hanlon of the No 2 hook and ladder company Hanlon Was connecting twoI sections of pipe when a spark be lieved to have been caused by friction between the two pieces of iron Ignited the gas He was terrlblj- i burned about the face and body anj3I r suffered a fracture of the skull Hit brother Is Tils only survivor Funera1 j services were held Tuesday morning at St Michaels church 1 MEETS NEXT MONTH B I The Kentucky State convention ofn I the Knights of St John has beer called to meet iti Covlngton on Man 24 Louisville commanderles wllll send a full delegation and shouli- r d bring come of the State offices t k this city 0 WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give This Office Your Next Order CATHOLICS r w They Now Number Over Sixteen Million in the United States- TwentyFour f Million Under Pro tection of the Stars and Stripes Parochial Schools Are Educat ing Children Numbering 1429859 CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FIGURES There are 16067985 Catholics In the United States according to the advance sheets of the 1914 edition of The Official Catholic Directory JKenedyNewYorkready in a few days The publishers ofthetwentyfourpublishers also say that this delay will not occur again as a new policy n will be adopted as to the closing of the forms Hereafter a certain closing date will bo announced and after that date no reports will be precedIng where the reports are not on hand The most important feature of the populaUonfigureof 913827 Catholics for the year 1913 This increase which amounts ItO nearly a million souls Is accord i Ing to the directory editor no exaggeration and is accounted for prin cipally by the complete reports of tho RuthcnianGreek Bishop For the first time all of the Ruthenlan Catholics are Included in the cen sus This remarkable Increase of 913827 souls Is shown despite the f fact that thirtyone dioceses made no changes In the population figures and despite the fact that eight dioceses show a decrease in the number of reportsAccordingthe editor of the Kenedy Directoryr population tQtal16067985ls rdIngtnhfelerdfl t populatlon tory for 1914 is replete with inter esting figures According to its sum mary there are 18568 Catholic priests In the United States an in Amongthese4864 priests of religious orders F The new directory further shows that 339 churches were established In 1913 the total number of Cath olic churches in this country being 14651 Of these 9740 have resi dent pastors and 4911 are churches attended from neighboring parishes The directory gives a list of eightytwo seminaries 7062 semin- arIans z 230 colleges for boys 680 l academies for girls and 5403 parochial schools In these 5403 parochial schools 1429859 children are receiving an education which will fit them for the world and give them the religious instruction which is so i necessary under present day conditions It must not be overlookedsthat in addition to these 1429859 parochial school children there aro also young men In colleges acad emi s and universities young ladles i In boarding schools and academies girls and boys In orphan asylums y Adding all these It will be found that 1669391 young people are receiving Catholic Instruction fromcompetent teachers The 1914 edition of this directory also shows that there are 24224609 Catholics under the protection ot the Stars and Stripes This figure is derived by adding the Catholics in Alaska the Canal Zone Guam the HawaIIan Islands Porto Rico and the Philippines to the total number of Catholics In the United States proper As the population figures are the most Interesting the directory editor has prepared for the Catholic press a list of tie twentyfive States havIng the largest number of Cathtt flowsNew York 2884723 Pennsylvania 1684220 Illinois 1461634 Massachusetts 1395892 Ohio 781179 Louisiana 585000 Michigan 582500 Wisconsin 578195 666000yMissouri 470000 Minnesota 461950 438483nCalifornia 410000 313000eIowa 277096 Rhode Island 270000 Maryland 261000 Indiana 239238 Kentucky 166070 New Mexico 140573 Kansas 130700 New Hampshire 130081aetfaino 124400 Nebraska 115959 Colorado 109182 The 1914 volume is the most complete church directory published In the world comprising aalt does 1631 text pages I MANY WOMEN tiVORtCc For every 1000 males employed In New Jersey there are 276 f mal iV o The canning Industries of that Slate employ over 3000 women Q- l j 1 4 II- f iTr I i KENTUOKY YiLZISH AJMERIOAN A AnTIl IRISH MERlGfiK Strafed to tile Social aid Moral Advaiceraemeat off Irish Aaerlcatt and Catiollci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hlbernlani Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publish SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY SC EnUred at the LcolfyllU PetUtHe ce SadClu natter- ANreaa all Corleaaleatlus U N KENTUCKY Y IRISH AMERICAN JI92I West Ortfi St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 25 1914 STATEMENT OF TilE OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT CIRCULATION ETC OF THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Published weekly at Louisville Ken tucky required by the Act of Au gust 24 1912 Namo of PostOffice Address Editor William M Higgins Louis ville Ky- A680clate Editor John J Barry Louisville Ky Publisher The Kentucky Irish Amer ican Company Louisville Ky Owners If a corporation give of stockholders names and addresses holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of stock William M Higgins Louisville Ky John J Barry Louisville Ky Mary H Higgins Louisville Ky Known bondholders mortgagees and other security holders holding 1 I per cent or more of total amount of bonds mortgages or other securities NoneKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN CO WILLIAM M HIGGINS Sworn to and subscribed before me this twentieth day of April 1914 HERMAN V COHN N P3 C Ky Commission expires Jan 16 1916 A TRIBUTE Kentucky Irish American Louis ville Ky Gentlemen Enclosed find check to pay for my subscription to December 31 1015 I wish to as sure you that I continue to find the Kentucky Irish American a breezy alert and Interesting paper This Is my conclusion after more than fifteen years acquaintance with the paper I wish you a continued suc cess Sincerely yoursRev E B K St Margarets Rectory Bayou La Batre Ala- CONGRATULATIONS The Kentucky Irish American to day extends heartiest congratula tions to the Right Rev Denis ODon aghue Bishop of Louisville on the attainment of the fourteenth anniversary P1 his consecration with the tfiruest prayer that we mayall be spared to again congratulate him on his silver jubilee Bishop ODon aghue was consecrated titular Bishop of Pomarlo and Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis on April 25 1900 and transferred to the Louisville diocese on February 7 1910 to succeed Bishop McCloskey who died Sep tember 17 1909 WAR That there will be war between the United States and Mexico now seems Inevitable no matter how deplorable President Wilson has done eevrythlng possible to avoid a conflict but the studied and persistent Insults to our flag and country call for prompt action The people of this country will give their united support to their President Should war be declared the first step should be to arrest and Incar cerate Huerta Villa Caranza and all the faction leaders and then a stable and firm government might be speedily established thus preventing greater loss of life and money All pray that peace may be soon re stored DOXT WANT THEM Protestant sects do not want expriests Such individuals says the Catholic Advance are not to be trusted and nobody knows this better than Protestants themselves As long as an expriest will do the dirty work of maligning the Catholic church hell be furnished an audience of some kind But even at that Protestants do not like to bring him out In public They much prefer that he would write some filthy attack on convents and the Catholic clergy or at least sign his name to such an attack and remain out of sight Protestants do not show onetwentieth part of the con sideration for expriests that Catholics are always manifesting toward exministers One never hears of an expriest attaining a position otII dignity or even trust In any of the mUdSlingerslJob to him Wit1us on the contrary I nothing Is too good for convert r parsons In fact it was almost a custom In England some years ago 5 ti to choose for Catholic Bishops those Who had come over from the Anglican church and the Cardinal ate was given to two of them Times and customs tave not changed so much as we see today I from the very flattering receptions tendered everywhere in the East to Moiielgnor Benson There Is ac reason for this difference tof treat meat Conviction and sincerely il coMclentlouB moUvw prompt eon= 1 a I versions to Catholicism Men leave the Protestant churches because they are anxious to become better They want to accept Christs revelation in Its entirety They bring with them a long record of good deeds and they invariably live upright lives as long as they remain true to the teachings and spirit of the church Hatred for their former fellowworshipers has no part in their lives At most they pity and pray for others who can not get the same focus on religious truth as they have themselves But what is the usual stockintrade of the average expriest Lies lies lies The man I knows he lies and his employers know it too On that account these will not trust him any further than their noses Protestants have been fooled too often by these converts 1 from Romanism these brands snatched from the burning to place themselves in their hands And so we never find an expriest among presiding elders or supreme moderators or on the Bishops bench If there Is any person Prot estants despise more thoroughly than the expriest it is an escaped nun They are not to be blamed for the escaped nun is about the last word in degraded womanhood as the history of such creatures fully proves CLEAN SPORT Much Interest is being shown throughout local Catholic circles in the launching of the third season of the Twin City League which Is to make its initial bow tomorrow after noon on the four Shawnee Park diamonds The games of this league will be clean and from the rivalry existing between the teams all sorts of excitement Is promised for the fans Playing or witnessing the games is pleasant and healthful amusement which should be encour aged Heres hoping for a close race and that the best club may win DANGER TO WOMEN Declaring himself opposed to women suffrage Archbishop Moeller of Cincinnati recently issued an official letter In which he urged all Catholic women to make a decided stand against the movement The Archbishop stated One of the burning questions of the day Is that of woman suffrage It is a move ment that does not appeal to us be cause wo feel that It will bring women Into a sphere of activities that is not in accord with their retiring modesty maidenly dignity and refinement We fear that suf fragette women will cease to be the queens of the home These are words that should be well thought over by every mother and wife YOUR DUTY Just at a time when the Gospel of Peace Is being preached throughout the Catholic world there has loomed up on the distant horizon of Ifexlco the storm clouds of war However much we may deprlcate the diplomacy that has temporized with the exasperating and insulting aggravations of drunken and enthroned ignorance we have at last arrived at the generally anticipated end and It is now the duty of every citizen and curbstone orator as well to subordinate his superior wisdom to that of the administration and support it in Its endeavor to maintain the hopor and dignity of the nation If it be true as stated that Huerta is a brandysoaked sot as drunk as he is ignorant then it is time that the watchful waiting policy should be abandoned and an active aggressive one pursued in the future FOLLOW GROUND HOG The Junior Order Guardians of Liberty and other A P A societies vlll now retire Into oblivion that the country Is engaged in war or the semblance of War but they still have the reputation of being the greatest little flag wavers and patriotic shouters In the United States in times of peaceEXHIBITS TRUE FEELING Old John Bull is now showing how much he really believes in that hands across the sea policy by the nasty digs the English press Is taking at America in the Mexican trouble ANOTHER KNOCKOUT Pope Plus has expreseedhis disapproval of the formation of a Cathr groundthat1 I kept clean of politics Another knockout for the A P A contention The tolls repeal bill is like the privateer Alabama of civil war fame but with i this difference It Is Eng land that will be compensated for the destruction of our marine carry ing trade The month of May and Mary will soon be herea time of great grace for those who ask the Intercession of Our Lady- Twentyfive more homes were dis rupted Saturday In the Jefferson County Court via the divorce route The A P A patriots will now sup port the Government by adopting resolutions of patriotism Christianity is the foundation on which civilization rests Do away with It and we have chaos FASHIONABLE FEATHERS How pleasant It is In the trolley car riding Behind some fair creature as sweet as a rose To spend all the moments In dex trously dodging The plumes on her headgear that tickle ones nose Oh the sharp shiny feathersthe tall skinny feathersthe broad fluffy feathers that tickle ones nose Vain vain are all motions to one side or tother The plumage pursueth wherever one goes They whisk oer ones face like a brisk feather duster Those fashnable feathers that tickle ones nose Oh the fat fussy feathersthe long drooping feathersthe feath ers engaging that tickle ones nose J K W L nfliCt EixJ- J 1 B Alberts Jr sailed Saturday from New York for Germany Miss Margaret Tierney has been visiting in Mnysville the guest of Miss Mary Buckley Mrs Helen Schultz spent last week with her daughter Mrs M Davern at Lynnhurst Patrick J Hanlon sailed last week from New York to spend sev eral months In Europe Mrs Rose Guy of Portland has been entertaining her daughter Mrs John Burke of Lexington Mrs John Malone and daughter Miss Katherine Malone of the High lands are at Hot Springs Ark Mrs C A Curtin returned Mon day from Covington where she vis ited her daughter Mrs L Lyne Smith Mrs Mary Crawley of 0 street has had as her guest for a week her sister Mrs John Kingsley of Cov ington William Coyle and wife of Day ton Ohio visited his parents Mr and Mrs William Coyle In Jeffer sonville Mr and Mrs Walter Hlllerlch of South Twentyfourth street left Wednesday for a sojourn at French Lick Springs Mr and Mrs Harry Leachman announce the marriage of their sis ter Miss Irene Loretto Maher to Austin Smith Airs James Wathen of the High lands will leave next week to visit her daughter Mrs Andrew Cor coran In Canada The engagement of Miss Nettle J Martin to Edward J Dolan has been announced The wedding will take place June 11 Mrs J W Dundon and little son of New Albany have returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Alice Hart pence in Indianapolis Miss Mollie K Hogan who has been ill for some time is convales cent and will leave in a short time for Oklahoma to visit relatives Miss Anna Shrader who has beenI ill at her home at 221 Park place New Albany Is reported much im proved and speedy recovery looked for Mrs John Mitchell of the Grand boulevard entertained Saturday with a miscellaneous shower for Miss Willie Long a bride of the past week Mrs Joseph Nodnan and son John I Mrs James Noonan and son Purcell and Misses Anna and Lucille Tobin of Frankfort were here visiting friends last week J J Maloney who has been ill with pneumonia at his home 324 West Brecklnrldge street is now convalescent to the great relief of- his family and friends Miss Clara Angemeier returned j last week to Nazareth after spending her Easter vacation with her parents I Mr and Mrs Harry Anger leler In the Highlands Mr and Mrs Edward J Roles an nounce the engagement of their daughter Miss Jane Ruth Relss to Joseph G Kraemer Their marriage rill be solemnized in June I Col William J OHearn who J underwent an operation at St osephs Infirmary is steadily improving and It is thought he will be soon able to return to his home I 1 MartinBroedriekthe Cathedral of the Assumption Saturday afternoon by the RevP I xt U Rock Their host of friends j Li extend congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy wedded life Mrs Den IT Sand left this morning for Washington where she will meet her husband Inspector in the United States Labor Department and ac company him to New York City where he is now stationed Attorney Charles F Taylor and wife are home from a five weeks trip to Florida Mrs Taylors many friends will be rejoiced to learn that the trip was beneficial to her and that she returned In perfect health Mr and Mrs Theo Evers anI 1 ounce the engagement of their daughter Miss Mary Anna Evers to Joseph Edwin Johnson The wed ding will take place in May and will be an event of much interest in Catholic Society circles Miss Jeanette Smith pleasantly entertained a number of her friends at her home at 1322 Culbertson avenue New Albany in honor of her birthday anniversary Covers were laid for Misses Margaret Herter Agnes Burke Mary Welsh Margaret Skelly Clara Ulrich Thelma Coyle Katherine Foley and Lucille Sweeney and Messrs Melvin Sieve king John Vernla Michael Zler Jr George Hanafee Zenor Dupaquler Daniel Burke and Henry Goulding In the presence of a large gather Ing of friends that filled St Frances of Rome church Wednesday after noon Miss Emma Specht daughter of Mr and Mrs William Specht and Tullie Brown with the Louisville Nashville were united In the holy bonds of wedlock by the Rev Father Thomas White The brides maids were Misses Margaret Kesslck and Margaret Glover Miss Louise Specht being the maid of honor Joe Wittle was best man and Messrs Lawrence Broderlck and Norvin Christ acted as ushers During the ceremony Miss Aline Ztx sang ex quisitely 0 Promise Me Follow ing the reception at the home of the brides parents 2420 Frankfort avenue the newly wedded couple left on a honeymoon trip to West Virginia NIAGARA HONORS ROONEY James A Rooney whose Catholic American Chronology and Catholic historical articles have been features of the Kentucky Irish American for some time has been selected by the faculty of Niagara University to deliver the address to the graduates at the approaching commencement in June on which occasion he will be honored by his Alma Mater with the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws LL D In recognition of his services to the church and to Catholic journalism Mr Rooney has the distinction of being the only survivor of the class of 1860 the first class graduated by Niagara when that institution was known as the Sem inary of Our Lady of Angels Since then the university has graduated over one thousand students who now occupy honorable positions In all the professions In business and par ticularly In the Catholic ministry for priests trained by the Lazarists at Old Niagara are to be found laboring In almost every diocese in the country AUBREY DE VERB The one hundredth anniversary of the birth of Aubrey de Vere that sweet poet whose effusions entitle him to a niche and by no means a humble one in the temple of fame was appropriately celebrated re cently in England The friend of Newman and Keble and Words worth he moved In the most re flnded and cultured society of his time In his beautiful home at Curragh Chase County Limerick Aubrey de Vero was visited by many celebrities and his gentle wit and refined humor made his companion ship much sought after among men and women of mind and talent When the snow of age descended upon him it was his wont to delight a circle of friends with anecdotes of Wordsworth of whose traits and habits he retained a vivid and af fectionate remembrance A lover of Ireland her history and her tradi tions he voiced his appreciations in deathless verse Sarah Coleridge in a famous comparison once said that Wordsworth wrote like a poet Henry Taylor looked like a poet and Aubrey de Yore lived like a poet HAPPILY UNITED One of the prettiest of the spring weddings was witnessed Wednesday morning at Holy Name church when Arthur E Livingston led to the altar Miss Willie Long the lovely and accomplished daughter of Mrs Eliza beth Long Both bride and groom being popular In social circles theI church was thronged with friends who came to witness the ceremony which was performed by the Rev John OConnor and assist at the nuptial mass Before leaving the church the happy couple were sur rounded and showered with congratulations The groom is a manager for the Union Cement and Lime Company f nrl Is well known In local business circles LAST OF SEASON I The Emerald Hibernian Social Chh will give the lust dance of their I spring season next Wednesday at Utopian Hall and In deference to the wishes of the older members of i Division 4 A O H will have a I 11fashioned11 etc and have asked the following to set as a Reception Committee for lhe occasion John H Hennessy Thomas Lynch D J Kellly Thomas P Dignan and M J McDermott RETREAT WELL ATTENDED The retreat for the Knights of Columbus that opened at the CathJIIrsl last Wednesday has been well I attended While the services have I seen for the KnIghts the general public was invited Rev Father ulgentlus Mayer OF M preached I the sermons and was given close at I entlon Tomorrow morning the I nights will receive holy communion j Iii a body And the retreat will close wKh solemn yeepars Sunday night hen Fattier Mayer will preach and fI the blwwlnr will be1 givent v SOCIALISM Nation tiff Fatherless Children BY GOLDSTEIN This book is especially rec ommended by Peter Collins who spoke here last Sunday night against Socialism This is a wonderful book andshould be read by every CatholicPrice SOc mailed 8c extra Rogers Church Goods Co 418 W Jefferson St DR EDMOND D WELLS EYE EAR NOSE THROAT Room 202 CourierJournal Bldg FOURTH AND GREEN Houri 8 to 9 a m 2 to 4 p m 7 to 8pm PhoneCity 6719 KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Iowa Knights will soon have a Council at Dyersville Gov Cox will be the stellar at traction at the Ohio State convention at Dayton on May 5 McGalian Council at New Lexington Ohio has a class of nearly a hundred for Initiation on May 3 Last Sunday fifty candidates were Initiated at Zanesville Ohio And at Dayton fiftyseven were Knighted Last Sunday was a great day for the council at Mason City Iowa fifty new members receiving the degreesThere will be at least 10000 Knights and twenty bands In the New York State parade at Sche nectady The new council at Albion Neb will be instituted May 3 This is the third new council in that State In a short time Santa Maria Council New York City carries a ready relief fund to aid the families of members who may be in distress Washington Knights will keep open house and extend hospitalities to visitors during the Barry monu ment dedication exercises William J Burns the noted de tective was one of the seventytwo candidates received Into the order last Sunday at Columbus Ohio The National Directors have chosen Hon John Reddin as Chair man for another term of four years A better selection could not have been made laving purchased the Klnnane property on East High street the Knights of Springfield Ohio will soon begin the erection of a four story building to cost about 45000 RECENT DEATHS John Lannan well known In the West End and residing at 1842 High street died Monday afternoon leav ing a wife and nine children For a long time he had been a sufferer from a complication of diseases and his death was not unexpected The funeral was held Wednesday from St Patricks church Last Friday the Angel of Death entered the home of John M and Julia Breunig 914 East Walnut street taking into eternity the soul of their infant son John M Ather ton whose remains were tenderly laid to rest in St Louis cemetery Sunday afternoon To the bereaved parents many friends tender their heartfelt sympathy Mrs Catherine Dolan wife of Michael Dolan one of the highly respected members of St Johns parish fortified by the last rites of the church departed this life at her home 632 East Washington street leaving many friends to mourn her death The funeral was held Monday morning Rev Father Schuh mann being the celebrant of the mass of requiem Friends and relatives were deeply grieved Monday when announcement was made of the death of Mrs Lillian Gallon beloved wife of Thomas Fallon 640 South Twenty seventh street Mrs Fallen was thirtysix years old and was a woman of excellent traits of character and ever ready to assist her neighbor Her funeral was held Thursday morning from St Charles church the Rev Father Raffo being the celebrant of the requiem mass Francis Cochran aged sixteen and son of Mr and Mrs R P Cochran of Eastwood died Monday at the home of his grandparents Mr lid Mrs Stephen Everin 2923 South Third street from a complication of diseases Young Cochran who was a bright and promising youth was a student at the Manual raining School and hip death is i great bereavement to his parents relatives and ifrlends Ills funeral was held Wednesday morning from Holy Name church Rev Father Connor celebrating the requiem high mass Sunday afternoon solemn services were held over the remains of Miss Anna R Murnane a devout member of St James church by the Rev Father Wlllett the past rJUsslurnane was thirtythree years old md the daughter of Thomas Mur vane Sr She was a model lady of kind disposition and loved by all who knew her She suffered a lln erlng illness at the home of her rotherinlaw B1st McDevltt 2221 Cherokee parkway which was a onstant preparation for death Surviving her are two sisters Mrs J3- M McDevitt and Mrs William J Hardy and three brothers John Thomas and Michael Murnane 0 CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FiRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Loulsvlle Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic r Phone City 3238 UpStairs Store The most extensive line of SPRING and SUMMER WOOLENS ever shown at 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Church Go- odsMONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us call at our warerooms 318330 West Green St Niw Miildoon Monument Co a FROM FIGHTING RACE Frank I Donahue Secretary of State of Massachusetts has been elected Division Commander of the Sqns of Veterans Another shock for the Guardians of liberty who are always Invisible when the real patriots are fighting their countrys battles HOUSEWARMIXG Saturday night there was a house warming and dinner at the new No 22 engine house at Thirtyseventh and Broadway that was enjoyed by the residents of that section heads of the fire department and a number of Invited guests The new house which is not surpassed by any In the city was given a thorough in spection Capt Joe Hack Lieut John Davern Dick Tallon Joe Atzlnger and Pat Byron acting as guides When the visitors again assembled on the main floor they wore seated at a long and bounteous table with Alderman B J Campbell Jr and Deputy Assessor Brennan acting as masters of ceremonies ably assisted by members of the new company When jJustice had been done the ex cellent menu which consisted of roast shoat and dressing baked ham and the delicacies of the season talks were made In which the fire fighters were commended for their watchful and valiant services Besides Chief Tim Lehan there were seated at the festive board Charles Barker Secretary of the department and Assistant Chiefs Carroll and Sheehan Capt Frank Bundscchu Capt Willenburg Capt Hlckman Park Commissioner Ben Brumleve Hunter Burke and others prominent in business circles The affair was one that will not soon be forgotten by either the firemen or their friends SANDMANN SELECTED Leo J Sandmann son of Mr and Mrs Charles J Sandmann of this city now a student at the Ken tucky State University has been appointed director of the com mencement week festivities by the faculty and alumnae committees Heretofore these festivities have been under the charge and direction of the faculty and alumnae but rec ognizing Sandmanns proven ability itt the management and direction of amateur and other productions the full management of the exercises for the week have been put under his charge DR EDELEX HURT Wednesday morning Dr Charles A Edelen was bruised and hurt but luckily escaped serious injury The Sixth district auto patrol in charge of Chaffeur John Carraro ran into the automobile of IDr Edelen at Sixth and Oak streets when Carraro attempted to round the corner and turn east into Oak Dr Edelen was In his machine which was standing near the corner with the brakes on and according to his statement the Impact threw his auto twentytwo feet ST JOHNS EUCHRE The Young Ladies Sodality of St Johns church will entertain with euchre and lotto next Tuesday even- Ing at Trinity Council club house Baxter and Morton avenues and have secured many handsome prizes in addition to many choice and appetizing cakes which will be dis posed of during the evening The committee of young ladies In charge are Misses Mamie Hennessy Sodality Prefect Katherine H Driscoll Mamie Fallon and Eva Walter REAL LITERARY TREAT The Literary Club of the Knights of Columbus will hold their regular meeting on Friday evening May 16 at their club house 816 Fourth avenue At this meeting the Bard of the Ohio Valley Attorney Thomas Walsh will have a paper on Shakes peares play King Lear The friends and members of the club are looking forward to this meeting with considerable pleasure from the fact that the Interpretation will be in such able hands FAIRFIELD A wedding of much interest was solemnized with nuptial mass in St Michaels church at Fairfield on Tuesday morning when Miss Mary Josephine Greenwell daughter of Mr and Mrs F G Greenwell be came the bride of Lawrence Rapier performed manyfriends CATHOLIC TRIBUTE We pay a tribute of our respect to the memory of the late Bishop Scar borough the Episcopal Bishop of Southern New Jersey He was a gentleman in the highest sense of the term Simple in his habits kindly in his relations with others earnest In his work as he saw It with a silent contempt for all Intol erance he lived to a ripe old age loved by his own people and respect ed by all In these days when di vorce is rampant In the land be It Scarboroughmaintained the indissolubility of the marriage bond NEAR CENTURY MARK The Society of tho Propagation of the Faith was founded in the year 1822 It is an International associa tion for the assistance by prayers and alms of Catholic missionary priests brothers and nuns engaged In preaching the gospel in heathen and nonCatholic countries In the year 1840 Popo Gregory XVI placed the society In the rank of universal Catholic institutions and on March 25 1904 Pius X recommended It to the charity of all the faithful praising Its work confirming Us privileges and raising the feast oll Its patron St Francis Xavier to ell higher rite JUST THE ONE DOSE Just the one dose of Socialism was enough for Milwaukee Four years ago the promises of the Socialist leaders turned the heads of the un thinking people with the result that the city government became entirely Socialistic It is all over now At the last election the last vestige of Socialism was cleaned out One trial usually ia enough- COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY iGaellc Leaguers and lovers of the IrlBb language in general will be pleArtd to know that a course in modern Irish hS to be introduced In I SOCIETY DIRECTORY At O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter CusickFinancial Secretary Joseph Far rollTreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tlai Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Wilt lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn 41 Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes sion Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J KallaherSentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rollSentinelM J McDermott Y owe I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial Secretary Will Cassln Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Joe Keane Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive CommitteeF G Ad ams George Slmonls Frank Geiler W lA Link- Columbia University New York the coming year The lecturer In this course will be no other than the loyal supporter and scholar of the Gaelic tongue M A OByrne Ph B FONTAINE PARK EUCHRE A euchre and lotto for the benefit of St Columbas church building fund will be given at Fontaine Ferry Park in the large dining hall on Tuesday afternoon and evening May 6 and tickets are good for either euchre supper or refreshments HUSSANE VS CAZEAU Farmer Burns protege Yusslf Hussane the Turkish wrestler defeated Dr Roller here whoII a most impressive manner will Raymond Cazeau the French cham I pion next Monday evening at the Armory A rattling good bout is promised as the Frenchman comes here yith the reputation of being all aggressive opponent and it he uses this style against JIussane the spectators are sure of a run ifor their i money as the Turk has proven him self no slouch at that style of wrestling Cazeau will outweigh the Turk about thirty pounds MAY GET RED HAT According to Borne press dis patches it Is rumored that the addlItloncardlnallwlllbcstowRev Thomas J Carr Archbishop of Melbourne Mgr Bruchesi denies any knowledge of his promotion and the Vatican withholds all Informa tion until the date of the consistory Is announced GIVES STATUES A Protestant woman has presented two magnificent statues of adoring angels to the Catholic church in South Boulder Cal In making the gift to the pastor she asked him to withhold her name HINTS ON STYLE Pleated fabrics are much used In the preesnt fashions For ordinary tailored suits plaited skirts are most ubiquitous The basque will make no inroads on existing fashions till fall I rrhe cape coat bids fair to be popular in the coming summer I Ribbon Is used more and more Women like ribbon so this news is welcomeThis the blouse makes the tailored suit and the sash makes the modish frock- There are some attractive net and lace blouses that make use accordion pleats ofI Flounced skirts are attracting at efIfectlveChecks have not given their place entirely to plaids There are many suits made entirely of checked cloth In odd combinations The prettiest girdle ejects are those of ruffles Paris reports that the cape mantle has achieved an instant and astonishing success tnportaut is embroidered ill coarse flow loosely sewed with decidedly good results i HOLY LIFE ENDS Funeral services over the remains of the Rev Mother Mary Florence who died at the Sacred Heart Acad emy were held Monday morning in the chapel of the Ursuline Convent at Shelby and Chestnut attended by the members of that community Before becoming a nun Mother Flor ence was Miss Mary Florence Meder and was the daughter of Andrew Meder She was horn November 14 1842 and entered the Ursuline novi tiate then in Its infancy in Louis ville November 20 1861 and took the veil November 26 1863 She then took up the work of teaching in the Ursuline Academy remaining there until 1891 when she was made Mother Superior of St Josephs Acad emy near Owensboro where she re mained five years returning to Lou isville to take charge of St Josephs Orphanage In 1899 Mother Florence was made Mother Superior of St Peter and Pauls parochial school in Cumberland Md She remained there until 1902 when she retired on account of ill health and returned to Louisville She was seventytwo years old and is survived by a brother Joseph Meder FOR THE MEN The mission at St Josephs church on East Washington street next week will be for the men This week was for the women and the Rev Father Theobald and Rev Father Larbes are highly gratified over the results Masses with Instruction and sermon will be held every morning at 616 and 830 oclock and in the evening at 730 there will be rosary benediction and English sermon The Papal blessing to which is at tached a plenary indulgence will be granted at the close of the mission ANNOUNCE MAY FESTIVAL- St Francis of Assist parish is arranging a delightful May festival to take place on the 6th and 6th of next month Lotto games will be played each afternoon and euchre both nights when many handsome prizes are awaiting the happy win ners The admission will be twenty five cents at the door A bounteous supper will be served from 6 oclock by the ladles of the parish A large gathering is expected for the games which will begin at 2 and 730 oclock SOCIAL CLUB HOME NIGHT The Hibernian Social Club of Di vision 3 will celebrate Hibernian home night at the Norman Theater on Wednesday night May 6 Manager Wentzell has generously do nated the Entire proceeds of the night to the home building fund of Division 3 This promises to be an excellent entertainment and should attract large audiences The pro gramme will include high class vaudeville and some really good Irish motion pictures CONVALESCENT Sister Bernadine Mother Superior of the Presentation Academy is now convalescent at St Josephs In firmary and her pupils will rejoice to know that she expects to be son able to return to them Sister Bernadine has been seriously 111 of pneumonia for three weeks but a week ago she was pronounced out of danger and Is now showing de cided Improvement NEARING COMPLETION The improvements on St Leos church of Highland Park are nearly finished and it is expected that the dedication will be held in the next two months The new addi tions will give the church twice the capacity it had before the damage by fire BOWLING GREEN WEDDING Miss Nora E Ryan and Thomas J Osborne well known young people of Bowling Green were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon by the iRev Father Thomas J Hayes pastor of St Josephs church The attendants were Miss Fay M Smith and Matthew A Ryan niece and brother of the bride Following the ceremony the bridal party were given a reception by Mrs Frank P Smith at her home on Church street THOROUGH AMERICAN Cardinal Falconlo does not regard himself as an Italian Cardinal He Is an American through and through He loves America takes pride in his United States citizen ship Every American who goes to Rome calls upon him and all re ceive a cordial greeting TRUE TO LIFE From Dublin comes word that the Irish exhibit at the PanamaPacific Exposition will be a perfect repro duction of Irish life Irish archi tecture and art Irish scenery and atmosphere One of the largest concessions at the exhibition its scheme will include reproductions of King Johns Castle at Limerick the Drogheda Gate the Lakes of Killarney and the Giants Causeway The resources of Ireland are to be fully illustrated by the industrial exhibits and none of the caricatures or other objectional features which have characterized socalled Irish Villages in the United States and Great Britain will be tolerated THOMAS MOORE file St Patrick Society of Brook lyn will celebrate the 135th anni versary of the birth of Thomas Moore the national poet of Ireland with exercises in Prospect Park on May 28 Attorney General Carmody will deliver the address CANT HURT mlstreesprotect her Catholic maid fromI shafts of conversation directed against the Catholic cbur hTheI lady went abroad and came back a Catholic a 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Royal oisthe latest most uptodate ofall machines it is 5 yeas ahead of any other make in new ideas for saving the operators time MAKE US PROVE IT HOME PHONE CITY 367 COMB MAIN JO93Y WELLMAN BROS CO 431 WEST JEFFERSON STREET t U U It lit IIISIIIIII It II UIII U 1I1II U II II II U NJ IANNON P IANHOH JR LAWRENCE J VEENEMAN Ptes t Mgr YlM Mi S Trix SKnUry P BANNON PIPE CO Sewer and Culvert Pipe- BaaaeaS Patent Lidded Pipe fer Steam Ceadaits Wall Ceplag Draia Tilt TUrUed Brick FirereelRgFeLlaiagFlrlrlck Grate and Belter Tile Greari Fire Clay Chiataey Tops OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 5731788 CUM MAIN 507 WORKSt3tkcad 8clc MtdMacMo4l Ave V B tltti said lOth fldr 0 HIBERNIANS1I m What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Another division of the Ladles Vuxlllary has been organized In Chicago Pennsylvania has over 10000 members affiliated with the Ladles Ii Auxiliary The Philadelphia Ladles Aux iliary has organized their second I juvenile division I The County Board was called to meet last night That body will I lave much work this summer J 1 The Philadelphia auxiliaries now lead Pittsburgh with 2388 members J the latter having 2317 I I Hibernians of the West End appreciate the generosity of Manager Wcntzell of the Norman Theater Members of Division 4 continue the work of securing candidates for theI next Initiation which will be a large I onePresident Thomas Tarpy of DIIvision 1 was called Tuesday to bedside of a dying relative In theII dianaCalls for the national convention have been Issued by the Presidents of the Ancient Order and Ladles Auxiliary Hlbernlanlsm Is on the increase in Louisiana Division 2 has nearly doubled Its membership during the past year Division 4 meets again Monday night when a big attendance is looked for by President Hennery and the officers The Hibernians of Pueblo Col opened a gay week after Lent with tholr ball for the society set and bridestobe Sergeant Maloney President of Division 3 makes an excellent presiding officer dispatching the work with celerity Members of Division 1 were much pleased to see Tim J Sullivan out Tuesday after his long illness of rheumatismLast tho Chicago Hiberni ans escorted Archbishop Quigley to the dedication of the new St PhlUP Nerl church Norfolk Hibernians are preparing for a magnificent assemblage during the week of the national convention July 21 to 25 The Ladles Auxiliary of Louis vlllo is making splendid progress and now takes rank with the strong est In the country The talk of Councilman Thomas Dolan was much appreciated by those attending the meeting of DI- vision 1 last Tuesday night Schenectady Hibernians say the day is not far distant when their Juvenile division and fife and drum corps will appear in uniform Division 5 of Columbus Ohio will visit St Dominics church tomorrow reIcelveNational President Regan who has been traveling In the Interest of the order expresses himself pleased with the conditions found every wlierdwThroughout the Western cities there is a strong sentiment favoring the consolidation of divisions Where tried the results have been very gratifyingThe I ball of the Minneapolis Hibernians held In the National Guard Armory was one of the most successful ever given In that city The proceeds will be used for enter taming the State convention The Baltimore County Board will give a benefit for the students of St Charles College at Catonsville who want to erect a building for their use during bad weather The liberal contributions of Thom as Keenan Sr and others to the building fund of Division 3 have given the members encouragement Is Is to be hoped that when all who should assist this laudable enter prise are hoard from the Hibernian home debt will be practically wiped out TWIN CITY OPENING The Twin City otherwise known as the Catholic Baseball League will inaugurate their season tomor row afternoon on the Shawnee Park diamonds where all eight teams will play every Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock The opening games will be featured tomorrow by the presence of Lieut Gov Edward J McDermott Mayor John H iBuschemoyer Park Commissioner Ben Brumleve and the League President Capt Frank A Relchert all of whom will make short addresses on the four different diamonds and in addition pitch the first ball During its two seasons of existence the Twin reputatlonlmany etc and the crowds attending the games which heretofore have been I held in the morning have been the llargest in the three Palls Cities and naturally this will be increased with the advent of afternoon games The secret of the leagues success can be attributed in a measure to their I slogan of clean ball This motto has been forcibly impressed upon the players by the league officials and leidly upheld by the umpires The sChedule for tomorrow is as ilackln vs Olympics followsII trains Champions vs ImperialsII and Kentucky Oaks vs etlcs The four umpires tomorrow I are Messrs Ryan Hanrahan Wells and Mulligan this quartette being JIexperiencepast giving the ma splendid reputation POSTPONED The Forty Hours devotions that were tp have opened tomorrow morn- Ing in St Augustines church Thlr tenth and Broadway have been Kwtponed because of the accident to Rev Father Francis Felten the pastor While tSt Mary and ElizaI beth Hospital on Friday of last week father Felten attempting to ascend In the elevator thought he was pull ingthe bell rope but instead started the elevator which descended and injured him quite severely For iunaUly he woe rescued from hla eriloiiB Position and 1a alma abler J r t- OJlJqSII- fate I 11tM roJfJ Made a New Woman 2 San Antonio Tex Sept 1918 I waa troubled with nervousness for we year the effect of an operation could Bleep a few hours only being wake tour to five hours every night ad no appetite and no mere ambition nd was unable to do my housework but fltr taking one bottle of Pastor Koenlgs ierre Tonic my s4lep Improved and I sit much better and after three bottles could do my work again even and Ironing and felt like a newwl11ngI lace I Improved so much that or when he saw me lately had to lookI vain to make out who I was The Tonlo as done me a world of rood and I am laver without It Mrs Rosa Durst Kar J HUH writes from Pena Blanca l Meat that the bottle of Pastor Koe its Nerve Tonic was for a lady who oya that It kept her alive A Valuable Book en Nor voce Diseases tad a Siapl FREE bottle to 11ddteti Joorpi dente allG get Rav the tnneedIroan i d Pert Wwrni TlndLTSS W6 ud BOW by tti KOENIG MED CO Chicago DL 62 W Lake Strt n arD rboni- LargeOh S17516Hotl for9- o MI be about though still sufferin omo pains where he was bruised AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY imely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic History of America By James A Ilooney April 19 1885 The Right Rev Alphonsus Joseph Qlorleux consecrated at Baltimore titular Bishop of Appolonla and Vicai Apostolic of Idahonppolnted first Bishop of Boise when diocese was erected by Leo XIII August 25 1893 April 20 1906San Franclsc earthquake and fire in which twelve Catholic churches were destroyed with all their Institution schools hospitals asylums and the great Jesuit Church and College of St Ignatius and Sacred Heart College of the Christian Brother April 21 1833St Patrick church Camp street New Orleans dedicated first Engllshspeakln congregation In that city the ROT sucIepidemic and was succeeded by Father James Ignatius Mullen April 22 1865 The Right Rev David William Bacon consecrated first Bishop of Portland Maine born in New York September 15 1813 ordained at Bait more December 13 1838 founde parish of the Assumption Brooklyn found six priests and ehhl churches in djocese and left fifty two priests and slxtythre churches at his death Novembe 5 1874I April 23 1847 Diocese of Cleveland established by division sOJ I diocese of Cincinnati with thE Right Rev Louis Amadeus Rapp consecrated October 10 1847 a I first Bishop Cathedral was St Marys only church In the city I resigned In 1870 to do mlsslonar work In Burlington Vt where hE died September 8 1877 April 24 1900 International Cath olic Truth Society Incorporated iD New York by its founder thE Rev Dr William F McGInnls April 26 1900TheRight Rev Denis ODonoghue consecrateI titular Bishop of Pomarlo and Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis I transferred to the diocese oj Louisville February 7 1910 ttc I GeorgEI17 1909 Copyrighted I IJCNIGIITS OP ST JOHN I IThe annual public Inspection and frill of the Falls Cities command cries of the Knights of St John will take place at iPhoenlx Hill Park OD the evening of May 4 under th direction of Col P J iBreen and thE regimental staff Much Interest attaches to this years inspection be cause of the national convention and encampment at Cincinnati as it wl11 give a line on the proficiency of thEI Louisville commanderles that wll participate In the national contest Capt Brlnkman and the men of St Martins Commandery have beeI frilling steadily and expect to mak a showing that will surprise thel followers Col Henry Felhoelte and Col Henry Vonderhelde will bE two of the Inspecting officers am following their decision there wil be a grand military ball An Invlta tlon Is extended the public io joli with the Knights in this celebration HAPPy TALKS In the absence of President Tarp and Vice President McDermott the meeting of Division 1 A O H m Monday night was directed by Councilman Thomas Dolan and Dante McCarthy AH present were glad to greet Tim J Sullivan who had recovered from a long illness of thou latlsra Only routine business was ransacted after which an hour was iven to happy talks and reminiscences of the past ExPresidents homas Dolan and James P Sarr had words of commendation for the enterprise of Division 3 which had taken the lead In securing a Hlber lan home and announcement of the enerous donations thereto of homas Keenan Sr and others of Division 1 was loudly applauded angel McCarthy and other speakers pledged their support to Division 3 and seevral advocated that the four local divisions be united and the umber reduced to two For this Lange many good reasons were advanced There were no sick claims sported PADUOAH Miss Pauline Coyle and J Eo leaves a well known young couple otf Paducah were united In marriage Tuesday by the Rev Father H V Connolly in the rectory of St rancls de Sales church following the ceremony the happy pair left on abrdali trip to Now Orleans The groom i8ao1erktllUi office of the muter mechanic of the Tlllnpi Jentral railroad II a IRELAND I Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges IDhe death has taken place of Mrs Mary Geraghty Ballymore County 3 Longford at the age of 102 i j There was no criminal business for disposal at the Donegal Crown I Sessions and Judge Cook was pre sented with a pair of white gloves An epidemic of measles has broken out in the Navan and other districts in the County Meath and the Navan schools have had to be closedII I The activity of the Bundoran VolunIteerss every virile young man In the dis trict has Joined tho movement The profession has taken place at St John of Gods Convent Kilkenny of Miss Annie OConnor In religion Sister Mary Borgia daughter of Mr and Mrs A OConnor of Limerick J C Casey for nearly twenty five years manager of the Ennls branch of the National Bank is about to retire after over forty years service He was formerly accountant at Ennis The skeleton of a man apparently ten feet in height has been found at Dysart It is supposed to be prehistoric The skull of the giant is said to measure eighteen Inches from the crown to the chin The Waterford City Battalion Trlsh National Volunteers holds drills twice a week in the butter market The drills are largely at tended and at every meeting a large number of recruits are enrolled Much regret has been occasioned in Mullingar and district at the news of the death at St Josephs of Mother M Xavier Cantwell who passed peacefully away In the eightieth year of her useful dad zealous lifeAt the Castlerea Quarter Sessions the Irish Land Commission sued over thirty tenants for not having paid their annuities due November 1 1913 Land Commission de crees were granted in nearly all the casesThe Balllnrobo Guardians have I elected Dr P D Daly medical of fleer of the Workhouse by eighteen votes to nine for Dr Semple of Cone The local baud and Dr Dalys supporters paraded the streets after the election The death has taken place at the Athy Convent of Mercy In the fifty third year of her religious profes sion of Sister Mary Joseph Maguire II whose devoted and successful labors on behalf of religion and education won for her general esteem l I Considerable damage has been caused by chemicals to letters In Belfast pillar boxes In some in t stances tho chemical matter burst into flames when the boxes wereI opened The outrages are supposed the work of suffragettes I Mrs Williams of Carrlck near t I Edenderry was severely gored by a t young cow Her daughter made a heroic effort to beat back the maddened I animal Little hope Is enter j tattled for Mrs Williams recovery and her daughter Is also severely InjuredThe CaBtletoar Board of Guardians adjourned a recent meeting without transacting any business as a mark l of respect to the memory of the late I Thomas Walsh of Balla who was a former Chairman of the board and who took a prominent part In the I Fenian movement I Death from heart failure was the verdict of a Coroners Jury at Cam near Dunglven In the case of Joha I McLaughlin an extensive flock master I of Crulckanlm who was found dead seated In a chair on licensed premises It was at first thought that the man was asleep I IEIJ NOMO MINSTRELS I A programme of old fashioned l Down South minstrelsy will be given at Highland Park In St Leos schoolI tomorrow and Monday evenings byI tho El Nomo Minstrels which ist composed of many of our leading local talent among them being John l J Flynn Bud Cusick Oscar Weiss I Thomas Kennedy and John Hourl t gan who will be seen in many funny l and inimitable sketches The entire programme has been arranged and will be produced under the personal direction of Theodore J Schipper t who is unusually talented In this line and will also act as interlocutor In the minstrels Many of the latest t songs funny sayings and Jokes will be heard during the course of the evening and those who enjoy a per formanco of this kind would do well to attend while at the same time they will be aiding a worthy charity as the entire proceeds will be given to St Leos church which was I damaged by fire during the past winter Second street cars labeled Highland Park pass every fifteen minutes i iPLAY HOOSIERS TODAY The Louisville ball club Is away on Its first trip the game at Indian apolis on Thursday being the first of nineteen games scheduled for away from home With the players In the best condition of any club In the league they should be able to come home In first or second position thereby getting a good start on the season At present the 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