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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ri WE DO II PRINTINGFIRST Give This Office Your Next Order XXXIII NO 6 8 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS Cables That the Irish Situation Has Been Enormously Cleared Original Home Rule Bill Will Be Placed on the Statute Book The Dublin Outrage tins Wiped Civrl War Off the Slate FOR IRISH LIBERTY Reviewing the homo rule situation and the threatened European war Hon T P OConnor M P cabled Saturday that hope and despair oscillated every moment during the last few days every hour Indeed bringing a different temper Great Britain for the first time in more than half a century finds Itself entangled in continental complica tions and has to face war as almost a certainty Opinion Is not alto Other united Many radicals are dead against Englands participation and the Manchester Guardian the most powerful organ of advanced Liberalism outside of London al ready thunders against war while tiome groups of members of Parlia ment always In opposition to Sir Edward Greys policy have begun to hold antiwar meetings There is also some doubt as to the exact dimension of Englands engagements with France and Russia and several pronouncements of Asqulth in pre vious phases of this controversy are quoted which emphatically denied any treaty with France promising participation in a continental war On the other hand it is avowed that England has given sufficient en couragement to French hopes and French selfconfidence to expose her to bitter reproach If che did not come to the assistance ot France against Germany The most threatening feature in the situation is Russias apparent de sire to force war as the present bout Is the most convenient for her and the most Inconvenient for her enemies To make confusion worse confounded Austrias threat to tear up the treaty of Bucharcst may bring Into the hideous welter of European war Greece Roumanla rind perhaps Bulgaria and Turkey This tremen dous cataclysm dwarfs the Irish question and puts an end now and forever to Ulsters threats of civil war Thus the week which began most threateningly for home rule ends favorably Though no Irishman wishes to purchase an early settle meat ot home rule especially as It is now Inevitable by European war yet near European complications un doubtedly bring home rule nearer and more certainly When news of the shocking out rage in Dublin reached the Irish leaders for the first time Sunday night lust they were alarmed by the prospect of home rule being im periled by this sudden and hideous complication The exasperation of nIl Ireland against the conduct of the Government officials triight have torced the Irish party Into such an open and violent opposition to the Ministry as to have wrecked the home rule bill and the fact that Asqulth would propose further con cession to Ulster in the modification ot the time limit brought the Irish party up against Irelands exasper Med determination to stand no further concessions By a strange characteristic para dox of Irish politics the Dublin outrage brought a new vast Im provement In the Irish situation First Chief Secretary Blrrell was able to clear himself of all responsi bility and dismissed the officer re sponsible for the whole attempt to disarm Nationalist volunteers The most Important lesson however was that every Tory as well as every Liberal had to face armed revolt In the south of Ireland as In Ulster and all parties at last realized what tragic consequences must follow all V attempts to fight out the Irish ques tion any longer on lines of civil war 1 In short the Dublin outrage wiped civil war off the slate and It became clear oven to Orangemen that it any of their followers were killed in civil disturbances not a single tear would he shed over them in England which Would see In such events only a t natural consequence of their cam paign of rebellion and would con 4 sider bloodshed in Ulster as no more worthy of sympathy than blood already shed in Dublin V ThuS though rage and pity still exist in Dublin and though the revelations at the inquest by proving that the soldiers fired without orders Increase popular anger the Irish situation has been enormously cleared and Englishmen sum up the situation by saying that the men and women killed In Dublin were the last martyrs for Irish liberty It to nowc pretty certain that we shall bluer no more of the amending bill till the House reassembles again In December that meantime the or iginal home rule bill will be placed on the statute book and that eOn fronted with the fact accomplished Dote the Nationalists and the Orange c men can review the situation more calmly and more freely and hammer out In negotiation some settlement tirhloh will be acceptable to all aides zi 1 HBfJ HOME FUND n DiviaMn A O Hi had a large and interesting Beating Monda night Whan two ifcoft candidate 0 KENTUCKY IRISu AMERICAN IVOJIiME OCONNOR were received into the order by President Maloney The Hibernian Social Club made a complete report on the recent moonlight excursion which was a success In every way and netted 4200 to the homo fund Plans were formulated for tho Soda Club picnic to be held at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday August 17 which is expected to attract a large gathering A special meeting will bo held next Monday night at the club house when arrangements for the pIcnic will bo completed This will take the place of the regular meeting on August 17 and therefore nil members are called upon to be present When the business wae completed cigars were passed and everybody enjoyed a good smoke TASTOBS GOLDEN JUBILEE Rev William Gausepohl the von erable and beloved pastor of St Mary Magdalens church has beoi spending the past ten days in thi Northwest and Canada enjoying i well earned vacation Rev Patrlcl Monaghan acting until his return Taking advantage ot Father Gauss polls absence his congregation me Monday night and began plans for ii notable celebration of Father Will lams golden Jubilee as a priest which occurs September 10 Thi meeting was hold in the rectory ex State Senator Jacob Hearts belni elected Chairman with W T Mee han as Secretary and Rev Fathei Monaghan as Treasurer It was do cidcd to present Father Gausepoh with a purse of gold to which mem bars of his congregation and o those churches outside his parlsl where he formerly labored may con tribute These contributions may bi sentfthe Rev Father P H Monahan Secretary to the Right Rev Blshor ODonaghue Father Gausepohl after serving for a number ot year at St Josephs church Cincinnati came to Louisville in the earl sixties to St Boniface church when he served many years Later hi went to the Church of Our Lady it Portland where he labored unti Bishop McCloskey appointed him ti St Mary Magdalen church Althougl a man of advanced years Fathei Gausopohl is as active as many per sons years his Junior He is a mai of charming personality and not onl a writer and poet but a learnei theologian and noted pulpit orator Another meotng of the congrega tional committee will bo held Monda night at the rectory- CATALOGUE FOR CATHOLICS Librarian Georg6 T Settle has Just Issued with the approval of the Board of Trustees a list entitled Sonic Books in the Louisville Free Public Library of Interest to Cath olic Readers The list was com piled dbJVothet libraries approved by the church authorities as a basis The cost ot publication was assumed by the Federation of Catholic Societies and acknowledgement Is made of the co operation of the Rev Patrick M Monaghan Secretary to the Bishop of Louisville Thomas A Bohan former Chairman and Peter J Dowllng present Chairman of time Library Committee of the Fedora lop The catalogue Is issued in regular form with classified lists anthor and title Indices and is altogether comprehensive and con venient The approval of the Right Rev Denis O Donaghue1 Bishop of the diocese of Louisville is expressed as follows Louisville Ky May 9 1914 The Louisville Free Public Library has with much care prepared a cat alogue of books by Catholic authors for the use of such patrons as may be Interested In the subjects treated L1i0 selection of books has been carefully made by scholars whose Judgment nfay be considered as re liable The librarian Mr Goorge TI Settle has given the work tie personal attention and It is hoped that his services in this line will not go unappreciated CENTRAL VEBEIN XOne of the important features of the convention ot the Central Veroin the national convention ot German American Catholics which will be held in Pittsburgh on August 9 10 11 and 12 will be time labor confer ence of the first evening of the con vention This conference which will consider labor questions from a Catholic viewpoint will be addressed by several well known speakers who have given much time to the study of these matters Among them will be P J McArdle former President of the Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers and Rev J A Dowe pro fessor of economics at Duquesne University and President of the re cently created Commission on Labor for the diocese of Pittsburgh Among the subjects to ba discussed will be the creation of Catholic working mens associations and organizations of Catholic workers for study and debate Such associations already exist In various cities of the coun try live of them having been estab lished In the city ot St Louis alone FATHEB CONES MOTHER The sad intelligence reached thii city last Saturday ot the death at West Bennlugton Vtf ot Mrs Ellei tiara Cone the venerable mother 01 Rev Father George Cone former of tUg city but now stationed ir Denver Mrs Cone was born It Klllarney Ireland in 1846 am earner to this country in 1847 Bhl was a fine type of a Christian wit end mother who placed the welfare of her family before everything else and was always willing to mike an sacrifice to further their interests She possessed a bright arid cheerfu disposition anti leaves many frjendi to mourn her deatL urivtxg et Ire her husband Jame Cone tkre Ions and four grandchildren HI Louisville friends extend jFathe Coita th lr heartfelt sympathy ILLITERACYI Is a Direct Menace to the Pro gress of the Greatest Nations Baptist Western Recorder Sees Xot Dangers That Exist at Home Blames Catholic Church for Conditions That Exist In Mexico CHURCR IS NOT The Baptist Western Recorder shut its eyes to conditions at home and blames the Catholic church for the illiteracy that prevails in Mexico The Recorder makes the groundless assertion that with slight exception the church for centuries has ruled that country and as a result two thirds ot the population can neither read nor write when the truth 1Is that where the church was granted equal rights there followed education and the elimination In great meas ure of the illiterate The church does not rule this country and wo ask the Recorder what answer it makes to the facts and figures hero presented oil pertaining to the United States Illiteracy is a direct menace to the progress ot a nation Its exist ence rebukes civilization and its extent measures the efficiency of the social system If all classes of population are considered no section of the United States can claim ever approximate freedom from adult illiteracy The number of illiterates now in this country exceeds the total population in 1800 The Federal census for 1910 shows that there were then In the United States 5516165 persons over ten years old who were unable to read or write This was 77 per cent of the total population of corresponding age The full meaning of these figures will be bettor understood when it iis remembered that the aggregate total is less by only a tow thousand than the total population over ten years old In all the New England States and more than the same popu lation In Boston Baltimore Wash ington Buffalo Cleveland Detroit nj1IanapoUsLKansas City Minneapolis St Paul Seattle Spokane San Francisco and Los Angeles In double line of march at intervals of three feet these 5516163 Illiterates persons would extend a distance of 1567 miles Marching at the rate of twentyfive miles a day It would require more than two months for them to pass a given point A mighty army is this with its banners of blackness and darkness inscribed with the legends of Illiteracy Ignor ance helplessness and hopelessness too large for the safety of our democratic institutions for the high est good of society and for the greatest material prosperity The significance of illiteracy as a measure of popular enlightenment depends upon many conditions Chief among these are its extent and racial character and tile density of population which are the things that in a great measure determine the success or failure of the endeavor to bring all children under Instruc tion As to adults their Ignorance Is not wholly or chiefly their own fault To a large degree it is due to lack of opportunity because of their poverty of the negligence of the States and communities In which they spent their childhood It has recently been learned that the coun try school attendance Is lower where the roads are bad Of the total illiterates 3184633 wcrp white persons 1534272 na Live and 1650361 foreign 2227731 were negroes and the remainder were Indians Chinese Japanese and others In the New Englahd Middle Atlantic and East North Central States the percentage of Illteracy was greater In the urban than In the rural population For the rest of the country illiteracy in the rural population was from two to five times greater than in the urban population Boston had 24408 illiterates over ten years old Washington 13812 Fall River 12276 Birmingham 11028 Mem phis 8855 and Nashville 7947 By States Wyoming has the smallest total ot illiterates or 3874 while New York has the highest or 406020 Yet it must not be forgot ten that In Now Yorks foreignborn illiterates totaled 362025 There Is every hope that illiteracy may eventually be stamped out In the United States and soon It was reduced 3 per cent between 1900 and 1910 or att the rate of 1 per cent every forty months At this rate illiteracy would be ended In about twentyfive years Eliminating Illiteracy however Is not a task that can be reckoned by time Remedial legislation tandem work by the Federal Government and the States and persistent effort are the only means with which to combat condi Lions that perpetuate Ignorance Bills now la Congress providing that the Commissioner of Education shall Investigate Illiteracy among the adult population and the means by which it may be eliminated or reduced are a step In the right di- r dion ItJs believed that by co operative effort Jri which the nation the State Individuals arid aasooia tions shall Join and with suoh as Congresfi may give the stain ol Illiteracy In this ebtfntry can be almost If not wholly obliterated COMING EVENTS August 10 Ladles Auxiliary re ception and dance at Sennlngs Park August 11 and 12Lawn festival and contest for St Anns church on church grounds Seventh and Davles August 12St Anthony Hospital Sewing Society lawn festival and euchre on Poschlnger lan Vorhon and Sycamore August 17 and 18 Hob Cross lawn fete and chicken supper on church grounds Thirtysecond and Broadway August 19 Annual festival of Young Mens Social Club Schnelters Park August 20 Knights of Columbus annual outing at Fern Grove August 25Free picnic by St Francis of Assist church on church lawn Bardstown road Thursday August 27 Aanual re union and picnic of St Leos congre gation on grounds adjoining church Highland Park August 30 Catholic knights an nual excursion to JasperJnd September 10 Euchre and lotto and supper at St Augustines Hall 1308 West Broadway io benefit o St Augustines church RECENT DEATHS Fred Muhs who came to thI country when a boy and had sine made Louisville his home died Tues day afternoon at the family res Idence 2002 Payne street followlnf an Illness of two months His widow Mrs Lena Muhs thrpe sons foui daughters and fourteen grandchfl dren survive trim The funeral wai held Friday morning from St Frances of Rome church Rev Fathe White being the celebrant of thi high luRks of requiem Mrs Ellen OHorn 2742 Wes Main street widow of Rodger OHen and mother of Miss Blanche OHorn entered Into her rest after a long am active life on Monday afternoon Shi was a parishioner of St Charles BoV romeo church an earnest and faith tul Christian a devoted mother an- a kind and loving neighbor who woi her way to the hearts of all wltl whom she became acquainted He funeral took place Wednesday morn lug Rev Father Raffo officiating a the mass of requiem The death of Mrs Lucia Tarleton McClure wife of Cot H W McClure of the Louisville Railway Company brought untold sorrow to the rela tves of the deceased as well as to a legion of friends and acquaintances Mrs McClures kindly gonlal dispo sition won for her friends wherever she was wont to go and the esteem she was hold in was easily testified Iji thjacquntlcss expressl n8 of sor row tendered to her bSreaved hus band and relatives The funeral took place Monday afternoon Inter mont being in Cave Hill ST ELIZABETHS Tomorrow afternoon at 4 oclock the cornerstone of the large ana handsome new St Elizabeth church on Burnet between Hoortz and Hickory will bo laid by tire Right Rev iDenls ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville with all the impressive and beautiful ceremonial of the Catholic church The parish socle ties will take part in the exercises while the local commanderles will act as a guard of honor to the Bishop and vlstlng clergy Rev Lather Charles P Raffo of St Charles church will preach the sermon The Rev J Assent pastor of St Elizabeths church has done phenomenal work since taking charge of that congregation which has grown to largo proportions This good priest and his people are united and before this time next year they will have the pleasure of worshiping in one of the finest church edifices in Kentucky one that will long remain a monument to their piety and zeal and a source of great good in that section of the city J OALLAHAN FOB GOVERNOR The following which will be of interest to our many readers and bears out former predictions made in these columns is taken from the last issue of the Paint Oil and Drug Review published at Chicago P H Callahan President ot the Louisville Varnish Company and head of the National Paint and Varnish Associa Lion is a strong Democratic worker In Kentucky and has on numerous times lately been named as a possible candidate for the Governors chair He recently contributed 500 to the campaign expenses of former Gov JI C W iBeckham who Is a candi late for the Democratic nomination for United States Senator in Ken tucky Cal Callahans many friends have been after him lately to enter Lire next race for Governor HOLY CROSS Committees are doing earnest work tor the Ian fete and chicken supper to be given for the benefit of the new school building fund of the Holy Cross church on the church grounds at Thirtysecond street and Broadway on the afternoon and evening of August 17 and 18 Many attractions will be featured to In terest both adults and Michael J Kehoe a well known business man of Jeffersbnvllle is seriously ill at his home Spring and Market streets suffering from an attack of pneumonia Early last week Mr K hOe suffered internal Injury while handling a heavy cratti at his grocery which developed pneu monia on Friday For several days iris condition was critical but hla trlradi wUV f J relieved to knb that there JMM been a change for the bolter and that Ue will recover ELECTION Aftermath Obliterated On Ac count of European War Talk Bcckham Receives Senatorial Nomination by OneSided Mountain Vote Republicans In Choosing Ev Gov Wilson ilavc Nominated Strongest Man OFFICIAL FIFTH DISTRICT VOTE Much ot the aftermath of a primary election and the usual sore ness resulting has been absent this beiniinterestedattention turned to the greafEuro pean war Another proof of the old adage that It Is an Ill wind that blows no one good But aside from this the losers as a whole and espe daily the Democrats Tiavo taker their defeat good naturedly and all have pledged themselves to work hard for the success of the ticket In November and this Is as It should bo the Democratic leaders realizing that their opponents are going to make the most ot the factional trouble which was freely exhibited In the recent primary and aside from this the Republicans have nominated the strongest man In their ranks In exGov Wilson for the Senatorial term ho having de feated Richard Ernst easily for the nomination In spite of the predic Lion of many supposed authorities and be can be expected to make a whirlwind campaign from now until November Speaking of predictions many of the supporters of Beckham were given the scare of their life by the election results the official figures to probably show a scant majority over Stanley of about 2500 which is at a jxide variance with their claims for a month previous to the primary they claiming that the ex Governor would win by about 20000 and the results showed that without the 3000 majority given in the Tenth and Eleventh districts their man would have gotten the place and not taking into consideration or questioning how this big major ity was gWen In a Republican dis trict although It was stated in these columns last week that Beckhams manager Percy Haley would make his play for votes in the mountains To illustrate this In the five counties Floyd Letcher Perry Pike and Magoffln of tho Tenth district Mr Beckham received 2128 votes Qov McCreary 1210 votes and Congresman Stanley 136 votes Another peculiar angle to the vote of this district is that while Stanley was a hopeless third here he was ahead of Cov McCreary In every one of the other ten dis trictsIn comparison with some of the other locpl forecasts It was re peatedly claimed in these columns that the Democratic voters would not support Beckham for the nom ination and when It Is taken into account that having the support of five out ot the seven legislative district Chairmen the other two be ing for McCreary aided by Edward Tlerney Chairman ot the Board ot Safety Jailer Charles Foster County Clerk Pros Ray and other city anti county officials they were only able to muster 3260 votes in the city and 987 In the county making a total ol 4237 His chief opponent Mr Stanley without the support ot a ward Chairman or single city or county official received a vote ot 6290 In the city and 1211 In the county being a total of 7607 and a majority of 3270 over Beckham Another contention In these col umns and which was commented upon by the Post and Times title week was that a good vote would bo given Gov McCreary principally because of his support by Chairman Frank McGrath the Governor re calving a vote of 2904 here which was the third largest district vote he received out ot the eleven districts With the entire Democratic State organization and many city and county organizations opposed to him Gen Bennett H Young made a splendid race against Senator Cam don for the Senatorial short term defeating Camden outside the city here by over 400 votes and ran ahead of both Gov McCreary and Beckham In this district The official count gives Congress man Sherley a majority In the city of 75C4 over Lawrence Mackey In the race for Congress and a majority of 1790 in the county or a total ot 9354 this being no sur prim to many who had studied the situation and to some who had ad vised Mr Mackey of his mistake In tackling such a strong opponent Congressman Sherloy has again demonstrated his remarkable strength with the Democratic voters while Lawrence Mackey made many new acquaintances In the Democratic ranks by his gentlemanly campaign and lost none of the good wishes of his friends The only disagreeable part In connection with the race was the outbursts of one et his loud mouthed supporters in the Eleventh ward this Imported politician from Germahtowri elng ready at all tImes to criticize anyone who could not coincide with him In his opinion about tin race Men of this caliber haVe no place In the Democratic ranks their support making barmen impossible after the primaries TIlE ASSUMPTION Some of our nonCatholic contem poraries have been greatly pertrubed at the report that Plus X intended to define the doctrine of the As sumption of Our Lady Some of them were lavish in their advice to the Holy Father not to increase the number ot doctrines As was pointed out at the time most of the corn meats ot the Protestant press showed what erroneous opinions are held of Catholic doctrines and Catholic prac Lice For far from being a new doe trine the assumption of the Blessed vlrgin has ever been the belief ot the universal church The glory of the summer reaches Its zenith in the feast of the assump Lion of the Blessed Virgin Through out the year the church continually Bounds her praises but there Is a special fullness in the song of the assumption because it is the cul mination of the glory with which the mother of God has been en hewed The end of man Is union with God The feast of the assumption recalls the moment wherein Our Lady attained that end an end glorious to her who had already been more closely united to her divine Son than had been vouchsafed to any other mortal It was the be ginning of her everlasting glory In heaven Hence it Is easy to see the beauty and truth of an old name for this feast Our Ladys Nativity for Heaven and why It is called the principal feast of the Blessed Virgin Known by various names the Sleeping Pause Departure Re moval Transit Reception Assump Lionthe mystery has long been the general belief of the Catholic faithful And It is not surprising Cor the Catholic has ever looked on Mary as apart from the rest ol humanity the blessed among women He has never doubted but that she should be endowed with especial privileges For was not sue the mother of God and Is there any man who would not give his own motto all the glory possible Such has been the honor given tc Mary by the church that wo are nol surprised that at one time the doubt existed whether she ever died Even St Epiphanius declared I can not say that she Is Immortal I can not feel sure that she Is dead There can be no doubt however but that the Blessed Virgin died Yet the time and place and manner of net death are unknown Wo have only traditions many of them exceedingly beautiful and poetic but resting on very little authority But the fact of her assumption body and soul into heaven though not a defined dogma of faith is so general a belief in the church that to deny it would be rash and ac cording to Benedict XIV Impious and blasphemous It is a belief easy to accept And the Qathollc who lovesi Mary and cotis but too glad to show his lovo for her by keeping In trw Catholic fashion this feast of Lady Day in summer ST DOMINICS DAY Last Tuesday was the feast day o St Dominic the founder of tin Dominican order but its celebration here was postponed until tomorrow the Sunday In the octave This Ii the great day of the year at St Louis Bertrands church and Iti celebration tomorrow will be on j most elaborate scale This yeai Bishop ODonaghue will be present sad as usual on this occasion tin Franciscan fathers from St Bonifaci Convent will conduct the services this reciprocity extending the othei way remind on St Francis of Assis day The solemn high mass will take place at 1030 oclock whet the Gregorian choir will render i special musical programme To morrow morning at the 730 oclocl mass tile Holy Name Society which now numbers over 500 men wll receive holy communion In a body St Dominic is the ono to whom the Blessed Virgin appeared requestlni tim to instruct the people in th recitation of tho rosary now ie general prayer throughout the Catlv olic world The sermon will bi preached by one of the priests fran the Pasalonist Monastery on thc Nowburg road CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Next Friday night thq Central Committee of the Catholic Knighti of America will hold a general meeting in St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut which President Ben Krusi hopes will be largely attended The Knights are now centering theli attention on the annual excursion tc Jasper lad on August 30 the pro gramme and events for which will be reported by the Entertainment Corn mlttee Meetings of the Central Commlttep are now very Interesting tad therefore every branch In Louis vllle will bo benefited by being represented Knights who have ai Interest in the order should see that their representatives attend and benefit from the organization work joon to be inaugurated LAWN FESTIVAL AT ST ANNS On next Tuesday and Wednesday August 11 and 12in the afternon and evening the annual lawn festival of St Anns parish will be gIven ot the church grounds at laventl itreot and DavIes avenue e sure to take the Sixth street cars to the end of the line There wlll be e novelty booth fish pond refresh merits and in addition many fine articles will bo disposed of A popularity contest between Mlsee Eleanora Norton Lorena Hurley and Louise Schmidt which has beei quite active during the past fei weeks will close qn Wednesday j tOld ring will be awafded td th young lady securing the inbt vots The people of St Anns tje not at all wealthy in worldly gds and this annual festival is for hem i necessity The pastor the ltey Jolii T Hill will be glad to meet all hi old friend on this occasion WE DC s- PRINTING FIRST cuss WORK Give This Office Your Melt Order LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST MARtYRS wHhjtcatalQgues4su RESPONSIBLE children- JEFFERSONVItLE whatCalhoUcdoes DAY Ofi JOY Catholic World iKejoiccs With Plus X Who Fills thee Chair 4 of Peter Has Accomplished Muck For Chrlstlanitp in Eleven Years Reign Admired For Ills Saintly Life His High Purposes and Courage LOVES EVERY HUMAN BEING Last Tuesday was the occasion of great Joy to the Catholic and Chris tian world who united In prayer for the Holy Father Pope Plus X On August 4 1903 Cardinal Macchi announced that the Conclave of Cardinals had chosen Joseph Santo Archbishop ot Mantua and Patriarch of Venice to fill the Chair of Peter When the now Pope came out on the balcony of the Basilica of St Peter to acknowledge the acclama tion of thousands people saw a simple man already growing old standing there with humility that was accentuated all the more by the Pontifical costume which he wore The extraordinary thing was his ap pearance there at all for Plus X at the very hour ot his ascendancy had broken a precedent by appearing so soon after the announcement of his election It had been customary for the newly elected Pope to take a few hours rest before presenting himself to the multitude But Plus X was averse to ignoring the coat fort of oven the least of his follow ers Chosen by a conclave ot Cardinals Plus X was not a haphazard selec Lion The choice of Joseph Sarto the son of peasant parents really dates back to the days when Leo Kilt begun to choose his Cardinals For Leo though a scion of a noble family was also the descendant of Dlonzi and be chose his Cardinals from a prebian rather titan an anis tocratic stock It was this attitude that made possible the election of Joseph Sarto the peasant the man of the people the first Pope of humble origin since the time of Slxtus V time PopeMvbohadbeer a swineherd There has been nothing spectac ular In the Pontificate of Pius X Contrary to expectations he did not depart from the policies of his predecessor but rather confirmed them But he gave the color of his own personality to those policies Leo had been a statesman because the times called for a statesman He had been at the various courts ot Europe and possessed the brilliancy polish and diplomacy of an ambassa dos and a noble But he had always shown himself a priest The courts were changed with the times and the people were asserting themselves Labor was sitting on the legislative and the administrative bench A peoples Pope was needed The late cynicism of the nobles had given away to the materialism ot the peasants A new policy had to bo dovetailed Into the old A new pro gramme had to bo arranged Plus X sot about the work with no flour ish or fanfare and the whole world konws how much he has accom pUshed in the eleven years he has ruled the Christian world The work of the Biblical Commission alone would stamp hint as ono ot the really great Popes It shows that the peasant Pope Is also the Popo of scholars His dealings with FranceI and Italy evidence the hand ot the great diplomat and his decree on frequent communion has brought tim down to talk to little children In a language they can understand Ho has truly been the peoples Pope the Pope of all the people The world has learned to respect and love Plus X Even those who honestly differ with him In matters ot religion and policy admire his saintly life his high purposes and tearless courage His big affection ate heart embracing in its hove ovary human being has attracted the most worldly The flrst characteristic that strunck the world was that In becoming Pope Pius did not coarse to be a man Then the world Catholic and Protestant found that beneath that peasant sympathy there was a su memo regard for his high office and the sacred work entrusted to his hands They found more than peasant he was Tope With the courage of his predecessors he de landed the prerogatives of the Holy lea and guarded well the faith corn mitted to him Pius X Is no weakling He has a big heart but also a strong will In difficulties that would test the genius of the jfrreatbst diplomat he has guided the ihurch with a masters hand The enemies nf the church found In him one who could smile with all the JOve of the peasant of the Northern Italian title but could also strike with the strength of the Great Jehovah whoso personal represents tive he is OUr Holy Father is in the evening of his life May God grant that It be a long summer evening The church could ill afford to lose Plus X The world would suffer In his death Our fervent prayer on the eleventh anniversary of his elevation to the office of Vicar 6f ChrUt is that God may spare his pr cIbuVllf to us for many years to contlnHf Ida Krejit vbrk jo restore U tklnjrjf i1m irIsta E e J J L r KTITOSY RISK t1MEbitY0AN KENTUCKY1 IRISH flMERIGflN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY +o fv ted to the Social end VI oral AdvMceraerawt ol Irish AnerlciM and Catholics Officially Indorttd by Ancient Order of Hlb rttlni Young Mens Institute and CathoHc Knights of America KBNTUCKY IHIBH AMBniCAN PRINTING COIneorpor ed Publisher OBSCUIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINQLB COPY Ie Botmd rt the LcillTlIU PoltttHc a SeeeedCIsu flittM p JUdrtM aft CoBismlutlooi to tilt KIKTUCKT IMSH AM6KICAN ali 11 Weit Oreee St I t4ONOUNcI I 1914vSYMPATHY The heartfelt sympathy of tM p PresidentpWilson in the and loving wife TUB EUROPEAN WAR tThe great war is on From the outset th prospect looked threaten Ing and the result has confirmed the worst fears of the friends of peace The war seems destined now to be a general conflict involving at least five If not more of the great European powers It will be a mighty struggle perhaps the great est in the annals of time and the consequences will be farreaching and tremendous for the future President Wilson tendered his offices to the European rulers in behalf of peace but there are no Indications that fhey will be accepted The United States Mac declared for neutrality and It is the earnest hope of every loyal citizen that there will be no violations of the Presidents proclamation Meantime all Christians should pray that peace may soon again prevail GREETING Next Monday the Louisville Even r ing Post will celebrate Its thirty sixth anniversary with an edition devoted to a review of Louisville1 progress since its foundation In 1878 and the Kentucky Irish Amen can wishes to extend greeting and the hope that its future may be as successful as the past While the Post has at times given us hard knocks which were returned we have for It only the kindest ot reeling and recognize it as one of the cleanest and most enterprising papers in the country DISTORTED A few days ago a cable dispatch froon Rome announced that priests had been forbidden to Join labor Onions Jl Italjrjon the ground that the organizations provoke class hatred and consequently division among Catholics The decree of the Sacred Conslstorlal Congregation on which this dispatch of the Associated Press was based bas now arrived and we find that it has nothing whatever to do with labor unions and Is only another Instance of the curious way the Associated Press has of distorting Catholic news The J plain facts of the case are these Certain Illadvised priests In the north of Italy had Joined associations of Syndicalists whose doctrine of direct action in social questions Is subversive of all authority both human and divine The Holy See very properly and promptly forbade priests to have anything whatever to do with such revolutionary associa tions PROVOCATION The following is clipped from the Peril an A P A sheet and relates to the experiences of two of their s correspondents in the Church of St Jean Baptiste in New York City on a feast day- While they wore about It the reporters determined to explore a confessional box To do this they went upstairs where there are four boxes on each side of the church In each of which a priest was hearing confessions These confession boxes are of the doublebarrelled kind having a place for one penitent at each end while the Father Confessor sits in the middle Over these confession boxes were the names of the Rev Fr Schalonck Rev Fr RoyRev Fr Qulmet Rev Fr Lechance etc The reporters got in line at the Rev Fr Schalencks confession 4 box and when it came to their turn they entered one at a time and told him ofa lot of mythical sins they had commltteed The Holy Father told one of the reporters that in pennance for his elf is he anust say fifty Hall Marys and take Holy Communion on Friday and Sunday And then some people wondef why Catholics lose their temper and assault this class of skunks when tHey appear in public with their In tiradesaCongratulations to the Toledo Record which comes out enlarged Its pages having been Increased from six to seven columns Manager James Nolan has made for the Record a foremost place In Catholic journal- Ism for which he deserves a rich reward May both continue to prosper J HANDSOME INTERIOR When the work of Renovating and trowing St Mary Magdalens ehHrafc which Is progressing rapidly te BW lated that effuse will tout otattke o Most fcMtttlfttl Interiors n In the city A large force of men are employed In order that tho church will be ready for the golden jubilee celebration of Father Gause pohl the pastor for which thQ congregation is making extensive preparation ALLOW DEATH CLAIM Division 1 A O H had a splen did attendance when President Tarpy opened the meeting Tuesday night the only chair vacant being that of the Recording Secretary Chairman I Tom Cleary announced that there were none on the sick list and noth ling for the Visiting Committee to President Tarpy announced the death of Edward Cradtck paying a nice tribute to his memory after which the death benefit was ordered paid The business was quickly dispatched but Secretary Farrell had a busy night turning over to Treasurer Thomas Keenan one of the largest collections of the year ANNUAL REUNION Widespread interest is being taken in the annual reunion and picnic to be given by St Leos congregation on Thursday August 27 on the grounds adjoining the church in Highland Park The eighteen prizes offered are causing a large sale of tickets which are only ten cents and the ladles of the congregation are ar ranging a splendid menu for the supper that will be served The proceeds will go to wipe out the loss caused by the fire last February which placed a heavy burden on the pastor Rev J J Fitzgerald ORDAINED SATURDAY The Rev Raymond Payne of Knottsville was ordained to the Catholic priesthood Saturday morn I Ing by the Right Rev Denis ODon aghue in his private chapel in the episcopal residence at Brook and I College Father Payne Is a cousin of Father Spalding pastor of St Williams church Knottsvllle and of the Rev Celestine Brey pastor of Holy Cross church this city The young priest finished a course of study at St Marys at Baltimore and after a brief stay with his parents and relatives at Knottsville will enter a special course at tile Uni versity at Washington D C HOSPITAL GARDEN PARTY A garden party will DO given by the ladles of the Hospital Sewing Society on the grounds of Mr and Mrs Math Poschlnger Vernon and Sycamore avenue next Wednesday for the benefit of St Anthonys Hos pital Lotto games haVe been ar ranged for 230 p m and in addi tion to a band concert refreshments and a special feature will be a sumptuous dinner and supper The officers of the society are Mrs John E Walter President Mrs Charles Smith Vice President Mrs James- B Kelly Corresponding Secretary RecordIngIby the ladies of the society CHOOSE MOTHER ANGELA Mother Angela directress of studies at the Sacred Heart Academy has been chosen as head of the Ursuline cbmmunlty in place of Mother Victoria whose term had expired Mother Angela will hereafter be located at the Ursullne Con vent of the Immaculate Conception at Shelby and Chestnut streets While Superior of Sacred Heart Academy Mother Angela was deeply loved by the pupils and being one of the most polished women in the State her teachings were readily followed As head of the whole order she will keep the love and cooperation of the body of SIsters and of the come munlty MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Next Wednesday night the com bined commanderies of the Knights of St John will give a moonlight excursion up the Ohio on the steamer Corona Which is predicted to be one of the most enjoyable of the present season Col Breen and staff and the officers of the com manderies have full charge and will leave nothing undone that would add to the pleasure of the trip This will be the only military moonlight and they Invite their friends for whom there will be music refresh ments and a good time The boat leaves the foot of First street at 8I oclock tickets being only twenty five cents i figf BABY GREETS PAPA v C S McFadgen a widely known Southern traveling man and resident Qf Columbus Ga is now telling on the road of the ieeting ac corded him here by Miss Gean Douglas MdFadgen a pretty baby girl that arrived while the mother was vIsiting relatives here Sunday the little one was christened and on Jonday the proud father left to arrange for her homecoming to Columbus K OF C OUTING The annual outing of the local council Knights of Columbus will take place at Fern Grove on Thurs eommitteeIaconfined ip Biembers and their anlllM only There will be two MtsJ 4vlBg atJ at 13 oclock sad nose IfKthe afteraoon flociTYJMiss Wednesday from Nashville William OConnor Is at Atlantic City fora two weeks sojourn Miss M Connaughton has been spending the week In New York City Miss Alice Curtin is visiting a airfield the guest of Miss Bett McKennaKatherine Elder has returned from a visit to Mrs Flossie Smith at Bardstown Mr and Mrs Martin Huffy are at Petoskey Mich for a stay of sev eral weeks Miss Irma Lyons of New Albany- Is at French Lick Springs for a stay of several weeks Mrs Katie Coleman has been vis- Iting her sister Mrs Mike Flahive In Jeffersontown Mr and Mrs L B Reilly are vis Iting Mr and Mrs S W Boardma- of n Evansvlllo Ind Mrs Lucy Riley of Frankfort has been the guest of Mrs Robert BrIght in Oakdale Miss Olla Rellly of Chicago iIs here to spend two weeks with MIss Omea Irvine in Deer Park iMrs James Duffy and baby of the Highlands have gone to Ocean City for a visit of several weeks Miss Helena Cunningham of St Vincent was here this week visiting the Misses Rlordan in Portland D J Gleeson has been on his va cation the past two weeks and spent the time In fishing about the falls Mrs John J Sullivan left Tues day on a visit to Galveston where she will bo the guest of her brother Miss Evelyn Schott has returnee tram a visit to Nashville accom panied by her cousin Miss Josephine Bchott Miss Viola Sweeney of South Louisville has as her guest her cousin Miss Mayme Dutllnger b f Nashville Misses Margaret OHara and Sadl e McLaughlin of New Albany have been visiting Mrs Jeff Davis at Otlsco Ind- Louis B Dugan and wife and daughter are visiting in Missouri and will spend several weeks with friends In St Joseph Misses Ella ONeil Margaret Horn and Helen Kennedy ofJefferson = vllle spent the week vising relatives In Terre Haute Misses Mamie and Blanche Tobin of Frankfort were weekend guests of Mrs James P Whallen and the Misses Hereford The Misses Cummings left last week to spend the summer at the Reak their country home near Bardstown Junction Misses Catherine Mullen and Kath erine Dolan who were at St Mary of the Woods have returned to their homes In Jeffersonville Miss Mary Hogan and nieces Elizabeth Mary and Margaret will leave Monday for a ten days stay at West Baden Ind Dr and Mrs Cuthbert Thompson who expected to sail Tuesday from New York for Ireland have post poned their trip indefinitely Mrs Susan Mullaney and grand daughters Misses Catherine Mul laney and Martine Connelly are vis iting Sister Paschal at St Catherines AcademyMajor Pat Ridge and son left Thursday morning on a visit to the Majors mother Mrs Alice Ridge of Bedford Ind They expect to re main two weeks Miss Kate Talty of Memphis Is here for a visit with her aunt Mrs Susan Mullaney 1034 South Sixth street She spent part of this week at St Catherines l t Miss Myra McAtee and Camden R McAtee have been spending the attendIngtheKnights of Columbus Mr and Mrs W G Fitzgerald who have been visiting in Louisville left Saturday for Birmingham ac companied by Mrs J T Fitzgerald who will be their guest for a month Messrs George W Ryan J P KenealY John T McHugh Harry leller and Alfred C Brand left Saturday to attend the Knights of ColumbuS convention at St Paul linn Robert Leo Klnsella arrived Sun day morning to make his homo with Mr and Mrs Leo Klnsella 2528 West Market street Following the christening tomorrow afternoon at- St Anthonys church there will be a large gathering to greet the youngster at the home of the proud parents LAID ASIDE CARE George J Butler of Louisville has laid aside business matters for a time and Is spending a rest and recreative season at West Baden Springs He le a regular visitor at West Baden f which place and her mineral waters he has a good opinion and te always enjoys a visit at this resort Mr Butler has been identified I with the business life of Louisville for a number of years and he is a weUknowngentJema1of that city grocerybuslneeeMr tufts an interest in the political game in Louisville fend Is an ex formerstateof Hlb9rielaase1V t Badea Journal 0 4j ST LOUIS D RT ANDS The Rev E A Baxter O P of St Lous Bertrands Convent left last week for a rest and vacation that will end the latter part of the month Rev Father Parront who spent a month in the East has returned to his duties AUXILIARY DANCE The Ladles Auxiliary A O H will entertain with a dance att Sennlngs Park next Monday evening Corntayattend Tuells orchestra will fur fish the musicl EDUCATIONAL CLASSES I thetEducational Knlhts of Columbus Is now busy recruiting classes for the coming season and has notified the mem bers that Instruction in any study Is given free to either Catholic or nonCalholic ASSISTANT ASESSORS The following well known Demo crats have been chosen as Assistant TynannClargnceRobertsHenry Grail S W Holloway and C H Blssmeyer I GOOD FERRY BILL I Manager Bilges will provide another vaudeville bill of rare ex cellence for next weeks patrons of Fontaine Terry which will include some of the best offerings seen here this season Natlello and his band continue to attract crowds while the sanitary swimming pool and the numerous other features hold favor with the public RIVERVIEW Col Simons continues to offer entertainment that attracts thousands to Rieverview Park who find there a delightful place to spend a few hours in rest and recreation Every night the music stand has been sur rounded by appreciative audiences while In the afternoons ladies and children swarm the park and take advantage of the many conveniences specially provided for them CHURCH PICNIC The congregation of St Francis of Assist church will give a compli mentary picnic for their friends on Tuesday August 25 when they will entertain with good music choice refreshments a delicious supper and fine rotary prizes It will be held on the beautiful lawn of the church on the Bardstown road and admission will be free Rev Father Rothheut V and his people will see that all who accept their Invitation spend the time pleasantly CATHOLIC FEDERATION The regular monthly meeting of the Louisville Catholic Federation will be held next Thursday night In the auditorium of the Visitation Home on Walnut street between Sixth and Seventh when copies of the pamphlet containing Archbishop Irelands address will be presented all present The fact that there will be an election of delegates to represent Louisville at the Federation national convention at Baltimore will add Interest to the meeting and should bring out a large attendance Besides the foregoing there will be other business of especial interest to the delegates and visitors DIAMOND JUBILEE Kaslmer G Schneider and wife of 2212 West Jefferson street left Wednesday night for Wamego Kan to attend the celebration of the diamond wedding anniversary of Mrs Schneiders parents Mr and Mrs Michael Lintz Rev George J Schneider pastor of the Sacred Heart church at Pratt Kan a grandson of the venerable couple will also be present to celebrate the jubilee mass GOOD DRAWING CARD During the progress of the Twin City field meet at Eclipse Park last Sunday several of the police sta tioned there were discussing the time made in the different events which caused Officer Pat Connors to re mark that he was willing to wager that ho could beat tho time made in circling the bases Officers Jake Wehrloy and Albert Mathls are of the opinion that a field day pat terned after the Twin City meet be tween the police and fire departments would be a great drawing card and suggested that the proceeds would greatly aid the fire and police pension funds FRANKFORT I Miss Nellie Glenn and Ralph Gretzlnger accompanied by MILS Glenns sister Mrs Kent Kern wont over to Covln ton from Frankfort on Wednesday of last week and were married by the Rev Father James Gorey at the Bishops residence After several days stay In Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Gretzinger left for Kansas City where they will make their home it having been the former home of the groom Mrs GretzInger is one of the prettiest and most attractive young ladles in Frankfort and In the daughter ofI Mr and Mrs John Glenn and a piece of tCouncIlman EpJ Parker or Louisville OARDINALOCOrlNELL Cardinal OConnell is due to ar rive in Boston on or about August 18 The Cardinal sailed from that city for Rome the last week in April on his ad llmlna visit to the Pope A grand reception is being arranged- In honor of his home coming CENTRAL VEREIN Every preparation has been made for the opening of the annual con vention of the German Catholic Con traL Verain Jri Pittsburgh tomorrow I The Papal Delegate Most ReJohJil Jonzano D Dwl11 be the chief I guest The deliberations will be Important and on many subjects that are of interest to the Catholics of this iountrz x R1VERVIEW I tosISrillai rut AiMsemint Park OPEN FOR THE SEASON AFTERNOON ADMISSION EREE Free Open Air Musicals Guzzardis Orchestra High Class Vaudpville Singers Mr Dlefonbach IIB again in chargedf the Spotless Kitchen Night admission five cents children accompanied by parents free FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Xtragood VaudevilleA- ND Free Concerts by Natiellos Band The Big Sanitary Swim ming Pool opens todayI TaylorDrug FRED ERHART ARCHITECT I NORTON BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and I I1IEET A SUCCESS 1 and allstar game given under the auspices of the Twin City League last Sunday afternoon I sucIn larger than any previous year and the records all Improvements over former ones The summary of the field events is as follows 100yard dashTo Scully Olym- pIcs first 5 pair running shoes B Schulte K of C second 2601In gold J Murphy Shamrocks third bat Time 1115- LongdIstance throwKenealy K gloveHoganChampIonsthIrd Championsfirstsecond pair shoes B Schulte K ol 0 third box cigars Time 15 flat Relay raceK of C team Smith Kenealy W Schulte and B Schulte MurphyHoganond The winners were presented with a handsome fifteeninch silver cup donated by the Times Pig ChaseAfter a short chase and a merry melee J Scully finally clamped a toe hold on the porker and succeeded In holding him The winner received a 4 glove and the pig was donated to the Little Sisters of the Poor Highest point makers The Palm Bench suit and pair of 10 trousers donated by Dan Hennessy were given to B Schulte who knocked down six points taking n second tying circling the bases and being a member of the winning relay team The individual score follows pointsKenealy pointsTpointsJpointsHoganpointsCleggThe ball game between the Greens sharpfleldlDgter field being of the sensational order while the work of Kenealy af second base for the Greens was of opinionoffB sure to be heard from in basobaH circles The Greens won by a score of5 to 0 due to Henrys airtight pitching striking out eleven men and allowing only one hit CaptFrankthe field just previous to the holding of the field meet the big audience present realizing that not only the success of the Twin City League was duo to faithful and persistent ef forts but that he deserved credit for the present footing of amateur baseball in Louisville which Is now enjoying a big prestige and of which the new shelter house in Shawnee Park for the convenience of the players is a big testimonial An added feature not on the pro gramme was the spectacular run of Dave Burke who had been ap pointed as one of the Judges in center field and on going to his post gave an exhibition of sprinting that was heartily applauded by the spectators BISHOP NILAN The Right Rev John J Nilan Bishop of the diocese of Hartford Conn celebrated last Saturday the fiftyninth anniversary of his birth Bishop Nilan was ordained in December 1878 and was consecrated Bishop on April 28 1910 His diocese embraces the entire State of Connecticut with a Catholic popula tion of about 425000 PAULISTS ELECTION The qulntennlal election of the aullst community will take place the last of this month in the priory of the Church of St Paul the Apostle New York City It is likely the Very Rev John J Hughes who has been Superior for five years will be reelected PLEASANT FOR FATHER So said the indignant father young Mr Nervey wants to take you away from me 01 yes replied the dear girl but he says hell bring me back after the wedding journey He has decided that we shall board with you LUNCHEON POTATOES Wash medium sized potatoes sail cut in two lengthwise salt and pepper them well and cover with grated cheese Bake half an hour Ina hot oven To maker seeking God the first business of life IB to begin right I a u IIHERMAN STRAUS tSONS g aCoRPagAlto MARKET STREET EXPANSIONSALE BARGAINS H AND August Linen Sale TURN THRIFTY SHOPPERS TO STRAUS Our Augnst sale of Linens has just begun Every hotel restaurant and housekeeper will be interested valuesnare what make the Straus Linens preferable Immense Expansion Sale of Ladies Suits is now on 1 his is a wonderful opportunity to secure a bar gain for early fall There are a quantity of Silk Moires Wool Poplins and Serges all this seasons goods and up to date IIWe Give and Redeem ProfitSharing Certificates tllili G II H 1111111111 a II oJ III 1111111111 11 1 J t CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRSTI RUN FILMS OUR flOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisvile Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic MOONLIGHT EXCURSION IKNIGHTSlVTST JOHN ON STEAMER CORONA WEDNESDAY EVENING AUGUST 12 H TICKETS 25 CENTS n Boat leaves foot of First street at 8 oclock sharp 11 SAORED HEART ACADEMYI The Ursuline Boarding School For Young Women and Girls Terms moderate Classes reopen September Catalogue sent free Address Secretary Crescent Hill St Matthews PO Louisville Ky HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY 418 WEST ORMSBY AVENUE Conducted by Dominican Sisters from the Mother House of the Order St Catherine of Sienna Convent Springfield Ky The Academy cffers thorough Primary Preparatory Commercial and Academic Courses and special attention is given theI study of Music and Art Lessons in Needle Work are included in the curriculum For information address the Acad- emyPRESENTATION I ACADEMYNortheast Corner Fourth and BreckSnridge Streets A Day School conducted by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth KentuckyThe aim of the Institution is to give an education at once re ligious solid anb refined Classical Literary and Special Courses Latest methods in Voice Culture Piano Harp Violin Cornet Harmony China Painting Painting in Oil Water Colors Embroid ery Plain Sewing etc School reopens Tuesday September 8 I IDCORrORATEDII r FURNITURERoom Room Large selection good quality and reasonable prices W AMi Fifth A I l o e 0 i Ir Y EITUOKY tRI8 AMERIOAN1 Central Coal and IronCo INCORPORATED 207 PAUL JONES BUIL- DINGCOAL Render Jellico Smokeless Anthracite t On Vacation YOU CAN NOT get alone with Camera you with from upwards We will glad explain SOUVENIR POST PICTURE iLoulirllli DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH 3E HOI J35S Cumb Main 2998n Homo City 2008 M KH MM M jmrONEBARRETTSNDS 3971y I S22IANDI MMM iii AL SMITH PROP I Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET I f11l11U21111Hi M J BANNON t Pres r Mu out a one i A + x i J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary i 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TilcphoaesCamb S 299a Home City 2399 NN80NN0 M + ++y+ I111111111I111111IP 1 Vice Prs I Tress HJo P BANNON PIPE CO Sewer and Culvert Pipe- Banhons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified BricK Fire Proofing Lining Fire Brick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 5731786 COMB MAIN 507 WORKS 13th tad Brcckatid Magnolia and lOUt SAVES RUBS THE EASY CLEAN EASY V WAY Simply the Clothes Ten MinutesI wrrna o S OAF LOUISVILLE SOAP COMPANY INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY boys am education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEQI 112 W Broadway tonlivllle Xy BrothersrnlcalLargeSwimmingTerms Moderate Bro James Dir HBOSSEaSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers no snamir AVWJCUIC IM 14t3- Rti That Trip We can fit 2 be to CARDS FRAMING 321 Mast Jefftnn S 810 DR e 1I11 II III III 1111 LAWRENCE J VEENEMAN Secretary t I Flue W Ave Bet 9th I I I t H I 1 1 H 1 1 1 I I 1 II 1 II r 11 I 111 I 1 I I I I I I I 1 11 I I I J J I THE Stir HT your sium a MM out All the lateand sew Styles and ShapeI can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see u- sQuick Meal- Gas RangesA- re Excellent Jost Excellent Specially adapted for the economical rue of natural gas GEHERSONZ1 I 11 t J PROPHETIC Pope Gregorys Reply to Prayer of Pittsburgh First Bishop Was Consecrated in 1843 an Ruled Successfully For jYcarsjResigned His Charge to Become Member of the Society of Jesus PLANTING THE SEED OF FAITH By James A Rooney LL D You shall be Bishop first and Jesuit afterwards was the reply of Gregory XVI to the Rev Dr Michael OConnor who while in Rome hear ing that the fifth Provincial Council of Baltimore had named him as Bishop bf the newly established See of Pittsburgh threw himself at the feet of the Holy Father and begged him to withhold the appointment and permit him to enter the Society of Jesus The Popes response was prophetic for the brilliant young doctor of the Propaganda who though only ten years in the priest hood had filled successively such im portant posts as professor of Sacred Scriptures in the Propaganda Vice Rector of the Irish College President of St Charles Borromcos Seminary In Philadelphia and Vicar General of the diocese of Pittsburgh did Indeed die a Jesuit after an eneregtlc and successful episcopate of seventeen years supplemented by twelve years as a follower of St Ignatius The planting of the seed of the faith in Western Pennsylvania prior to the erection of the diocese of Pittsburgh August 11 1843 forms a chapter in Catholic history that carries the student back nearly 100 yearsThe first priest to settle per manently In Pittsburgh was Father William F X OBrien who arrived In November 1808 and it was he who built Old St Patricks and had it ready for dedication by the Right Rev Michael Egan Bishop of Philadelphia in August 1811 He was succeeded In 1820 by the Rev Charles B Maguire He had been pastor of the Catholics at Sports mans Hall whero the first per manent Catholic settlement in West ern Pennsylvania had been made In 1790 by Father Theodore Bowers Father Maguire began the erection of St Pauls church but he died of cholera July 17 1833 before Its completion Tho church which was the largest and most pretentious in the United States at that time was completed by hrs successor the Rev John OHeilly and was dedicated May 4 1834 Father OReilly was a remarkable man and a zealous mis sionary He had been assistant to the princepriest Father Demetrius Gallltizln in his Allegheny mountain mission at Loretto and he remained as pastor of St Pauls until 1841 when he was succeeded by the future Bishop of Pittsburgh who assumed the post of Vicar General Father Michael OConnor relin quished the Presidency of St Charles Borromeos Seminary to the Lazarist Fathers Mailer Penco FrasI and Burke to become Bishop Kenrlcks Vicar General In Pitts burgh As early as 1835 the divis- Ion of the immense diocese had been advocated but it was not accom plished until the recommendation of the fifth council of Baltimore was ratified by the Propaganda and Dr Bishopforlished August 11 1843 He was consecrated four days later In the Church of St Agatha on the feast of the Assumption He arrived In Pittsburgh on December 21 of the same year which then happened to holldaybrIngingFrances Wardo and the following JosephineCullenMary AloysIus Strange Mary Philo mena Reid Mary Veronica McDarby and Mary Margaret OBrien These Sisters came from Carlow Ireland and they were tho first of Mother McCauleys children to reach the United States He found in his vast diocese comprising nearly halt of the State of Pennsylvania about thirty churches sixteen priests and a Cath olic population of about 25000 In 1852 when the diocese of Pittsburgh was in turn divided by the establish ment of the diocese of Erie the Catholic population and the number of churches had doubled and the sixteen priests had increased to sixtyfour Various religious com munities of men and women had been introduced and many religious and charitable institutions had been founded including the archabbey of St Vincents now the largest Benedictine institution in the world After a brilliant successful episco pate of about seventeen years Bishop OConnor resigned his charge May 23 1860 to carry out his long cher ished intention of becoming a mem ber of the Society of Jesus and ho died a son of St Ignatius on October 18 1872 at Woodstock Md and his remains lie in the Jesuits cemetery there GENEROUS PREACHER Rev Rudolph Cook pastorof the Christian church at Trinidad Col MiR81Susie allCathollchome In Denver Rev Cook certainly has the right spirit and makes the first subscription FOR YOUNG MEN The movement to interest the young mens societies in the Catholic I parishesIr4sOcIal work of the Central Vereln which movement bgan scvwral years ago urged rooetly by t e r01I8gmea c r Mens 11- 5Blue Sergea Suits for I Quickif You Want O- neLEVYS I THIRD AND MARKET SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter Cusick Financial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArmsTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland President John M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P Price Financial Secretary=John J Hes slon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J Langan I TreasurerPatrick Connolly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rellSentinelM J McDermott Y M X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentGeorge J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken x ney Second Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial Secretary Will Cassln Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Raymond E Scliott Inside SentinelWilliam Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive CommitteeF G Ad ams George Simonis Frank Geller W A Link Chas Schuler themselves will bo greatly advanced at the convention In Pittsburgh next week The idea is to form a na tional organization that will help young mens organizations to ef fectively advance themselves spir itually intellectually and socially and to cooperate with each other and with the national body Features appealing to the young men will be employed FOR WOMANS EYE t Skirts are being made wider Brocades are again in fashion Bordered fabrics are coming into favorCoats are much longer and fuller at the hem- Velvet hats preferably black are the last word in style Hats are not to be laden down with trimming this fall Tho swathed sash is a novelty which has come to stay The canotler or broadbrimmed sailor hat has caught on Taffeta sashes are a fashion note that is being struck very frequently now White taffetas End white washing tulle are being made up in fall frocks All black and all white and suits of that single combination continue In favor Satinfigured chambrays are among the fashionable materials for childrens dresses Many of the newest pique waist Wltlol1back i u PRESBYTERIAN Conies to the Defense of Catho lics Against Vile lUudIIf Slingers They Are Reads to Die at the Command of Presbyterian President Quotes Rev Washington Glad den to Show Way of Com batting Movement RAPS THE WAVE OF BIGOTRY The Cheyenne Dally Leader one of Wyomings largest papers last week contained an excellent editorial attacking antiCatholic bigotry The editor of the paper Is Alex Hastle a Presbyterlan Some time ago the Leader took occasion to condemn the seditious utterances of a paper called tho Menace It is a sensational anti Catholic publication bearing the red flag of religious fanaticism It seeks neighborbrotheragainst citizen by fabricated revela tions of treasonable designs of Catholicism We use tho word fabricated deliberately because ninetenths of the sensational suspicions and charges it publishes against the Catholics are absolute falsehoods without even foundation In fact The editor of the Leader Is not a Catholic but he has associated with Catholics nearly all his life and some of the truest friends he ever had were Catholics and members of the order of Knights of Columous These friends were knights In deed in the noblest sense of that word These men have told tho writer on their honor as friends that these charges and pretended revelations are absolutely false and the writer believes their statements as against the frenzied fabrications of this well named Menace and other antiCatholic agitators There are nearly 100000000 people in this country of whom less than 20000000 can be classed as Catholics Yet wo are asked to believe that this comparative handful of people are conspiring to overthrow this great Government and to butcher all who refuse to believe as they do Catholics In this country have voted both the Democratic and Re publican tickets just like other sects Catholics have fought bled and died for Old Glory In the war of the rebellion In the SpanishAmeri can war and Catholics are even today marshaled In the United States army at the gates of old Mexico ready to die In defense of this Gov ernment at the command of our Presbyterian President The Leader appeals to all level headed sensible citizens not to allow themselves to be carried away by this foolish and wicked antlCathoIlo propagandaA greatlecturorWashington Gladden on this subject are well worth heeding The fact Is that we have got to learn to live together In this coun tryProtestants and Catholics The only question is whether we shall live together In peace or enmity If we are to have peace we must study the things that snake for peace each party must ready to see the good side of the other must learn to put the best and not the worst construction on the words and deeds of the other must avoid all bitter and puCawayThere is no worse enemy of Christ and his country than the man who seeks to Inflame and poison the minds of either Protestants or Cath olics with suspicion and fears and resentments and enmities toward the other POLICEMEN GET VACATIONS The Board of Public Safety granted vacations for the first ten days of August to N Warren Sergeant Martin McCue John C Smith and Edward Kennedy who will return to their posts on Monday Those who will take their vacations next week are Jt P EnrIght Lieut Edward Pulford Capt Joseph Adams S X WJckham Lieut Ira Hutchison George Schnepp John M Malley James Twohig Sergeant J M Ridge Fred St John Joseph Clark and Mike Scanlon the last ten days being granted to Edward McEHiott Anton Mayer Sergeant Pat OHearn Lieut Jesse O Rees 0 W Ruf Sam Thompson C O Browning Henry Otte Lieut Ed ward Callahan Corporal Charles McGlynn John M Deely M F Dealing Frank Leltsch and Sergeant W A Webb CONVENTIONS The fortyfourth annual convention of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America will be hold at Niagara Falls August 1114 Tho Catholic Press Association of America will meet In Detroit Mich September 1215 The third biennial meeting of the National Conference of Catholic Charities will be held at the Cath olic University Washington D C September 2023 At Baltimore the thirteenth na tional convention of the American I Federation of Catholic Societies will take place September 2730 i On September 28 delegates from the leading Catholic fraternal In surance societies will hold a congress In Baltimore DATE CIJANiJEDI lhJHIbernIansofconvention of the Anilent Order of Hibernians has been postponed from 1415JattileContyiir PRANK FEHR BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KIT FALLS CITY BREWING CO61 INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordeff a Case for Vfur Home w TELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb West G9 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191ornePhone 1913 THE 1 WIEDEMANNnvcoaroa- aTEnBREWING COMPANYS t Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and safes Renowned for purity strength excellent ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK ala WALTERS 1 Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KTo IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER r SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE xYr to BE SURE TO CALL FOR a McKENNA a f WHISKY G IT IS ALWAYS PURE HL McKenna Distiller Fairfield fty I PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings This beautiful Fark has been greatly improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies end parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts 3ARRY DECKER Assistant Manager THE 100 BOX DELUXE our Saturday Special is the most remarkable Flower value obtainable Other BOXES DE LUXE at 200 and 300Coupons with rvery pur chase Place Your Orders Friday for Delivery Saturday JACOB SCHULZ Sine 173 THE FLOWERS SHOP AT 3SO S FOURTH AVENUE COME TO SEE US IN OUR NEW QUARTERS i A larger floor space and a beau tiful show room will enable us to serve you quicker and bettor than heretofore Remember our new number i 129 SOUTH FOURTH STREET BET MAIN AND MARKET RWttS CKUtCH MODS CO o THE 2 FAVORITES of Louisrilles Particular Smokers k TARPY SPECIAL1- 0cJ Cig- arLITTLE A Jot 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal In quxllty and flavor HomemadeUnioa madoiand the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO0 MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET r MONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging a price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain iBefore purchasing please give urn V a call at our warerooms 318330 5 West Green St rrrNiw Muldoon Monumentt Co s S HERRMANN BROS IMFBRTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Fuel Bands ef Ken tucky Whiskies specially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TittpktM 1143 2H9OTNS1IHfT p t rVwr r M dtxN UQKY JRISH AM iFtI0A1j I 1 t YOURSELF AS A PUBLIC SERVANT IIj 11 Some years ago the operating department of H M f Byllesby Company the utility firm which has since become interested in the Ljpiisville Gas and Electric Company issued a booklet addressed to employes and bearing upon the subject j of courtesy to the public The booklet has been widelyj quoted It sought to impress upon employes not only the reasons why they should be polite and obliging but the far deeper necessity of doing their work well so that the public would receive full value for every dollar paid for service The booklet reads as follows II As members of the Byllesby organization we desire you to be public servants in the true meaning of the term IIIt is particularly important that every officer every head of department and every employe of whatever capacity should realize this fact and regulate his conduct accordingly Each one of us owes his employment to the public I liThe operation of a public utility is in the most positive sense a public trust at least it is so regarded by H M Byllesby Company i Under these circumstances we wish you to realize that you can do your full duty to your employers only by doing your full duty to the people of the municipality in which r you are occupied t liThe employe who serves our company best is the em ploye who serves the public best IIThis applies in all departments of the operating or 3+1101111 III tiS 1 11 1 101 + 1 I 11 II U I I COMPOUND INTEREST PAID ON Get the Habit x Start u Savings Account next payday and save regularlY for some definite purpose You will be surprised to see how fast your account will grow You can start with 100 or more and add to sumo when convenient GERMAN INSURANCE MARKET STREET BET SECOND AND THIRD Sixty Years on Guard State Government Supervision fU I 11111111 It I I I 1 J I 111 I It I uua 1 J 11 It JtnIt 111 11 I U NOeN1 NN it ONlttMN- NP i OI QOO J SS SAJ EA rr MOTIIERSBREADi- n Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery 1 the South 1 Nome City 3101 Climb South OOG tj DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO INCORPORATED Best Quality Pitts- r burg and JellieDI Coal r Office and YardsFifteenthand Magnolia Avenue F3F3k Y3F3333 T1i3t3k3 3F3 iF 2F3 3F8F333- k t k FRANK A OHLMANN I I GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES You Can Make a Square Meal bf Our Round Steak CUM PMess Mall 1671 HOW psoM city 5252 900 Franklin Street Z+01 + 010 d + + + + + ++ + + + 1 fvf 23b3- tt HAY FEVERDoctors say take a trip We say takeLESl LIAandROSELIA They Cost Little But They Cure Hay Fevar N9NC tH1JfWtTHOUT nits SMMTUH i FOR SALE BY I 1ALL DEPOSITS BANK FIRST CLASS DRUGGISTSI ese Ia Feverrred esIN- COORAT LOUISyILLS XIDNTUOKY CIIIIII o t ganizations equally to the managers the stokers at the gas works the trainmen on their cars the engineers at the power houses the men in he offices and to those engaged in con struction and other outside duties To a great extent our organization is judged by the MANNERS of its employes Therefore we wish you to cul tivate genuine courtesy and exercise patience and forbearance on all occasions Those details of the service which the public have a right to know while perfectly familiar to yourself are often not understood by the men and women with whom you come in contactYou should never be too busy to furnish the public with proper information nor to be courteous in manner as well as in words In using the telephone it is especially easy to be gruff and abrupt and to turn friends into enemies Courtesy and decent treatment are dift fully as much to those of small financial means as to the largest prospective patron liThe possession of a habit of cheerful courtesy spring ing from an honest desire to please is an invaluable asset to the person who would advance himself in popularity and material welfare It is worth more than capital and at times takes precedence of ability But all of your good manners and willingness to make agreeable the points of contact between company and patron HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pa it WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 4 will meet next Monday eveningThe State convention will be held at Covington on September 7 and 8 The Ladles Auxiliary will entertain with a dance Monday evening at Sennlngs Park The New Albany Hibernians held their annual picnic at Glenwood Park on Tuesday Milwaukee Hibernians will hold their annual reunion today and will crowd Pabst Park t During the Indiana State conven tion at Gary a large number will receive the degrees Alternates to the State convention will be elected at all of the division meetings this month State President P J Welsh vis- Ited in New York and the East after the national convention adjourned There will be no meeting of Division 3 on Monday August 17 on account of the Social Club picnic Indiana Hibernians will give three days to their State convention which will open at Gary on September 1 Division 4 meets Monday night There should be a large attendance as the proceedings will be of more than ordinary interest byYconvention of the Ladles Auxiliary to be MId In San Francisco When returning front the national convention the Rhode Island dele gates were entertained in Washing ton by Congressman Ambrose Ken nedyThe reelection of Prof Michael G Rohan of Marquette University as Chairman of the Irish History Committee was one of the best acts of the national convention An interesting event at Morris town N J was the distribution of prizes donated by the Ancient Order and Ladles Auxiliary for the study of Irish history mid literature j James OHara Edward Byrne James Thornton John Laramon J K Burke John Wlnn Pat Carney p A OConnor R J Fleming and John Hurley were the Committee ot Arrangements for tho New Albany picnic I The Most Rev Dr Harty Arch bishop of Cashel says of tho Hiber nians We have no truer defenders of our religion and no more ardent lovers of our nation Acting in perfect harmony with the laws of the church to which they are proud to belong they ace a source of strength to faith and c untry I THREE I GAMES ONLYI The Cleveland team will be herel this afternoon to begin a three game series with th Colonels after which the latter will V take another short j Jaunt going toi Columbus for a foul game series r turning next Saturfit day With tKe exception of the Milwaukee Berltrt Louisville made a good road kowlntf and despite the- Y I A Reverend Experience 6 1Vasper Term August 1912 1 t indigestionSince I took Pastor Koenlga Nerve Tonic my mind Is relieved and the melancholy and the blues are away from me 1 I thank God for the Tonic and am telling people what a good medicine It Is i Rev A EX Bray LoganNwith a treraorllko sensation in my arms I tried I became quite nervous at times and hands and disturbance more or less in my head like dull pain did not care for socIety but Pastor KoenIgs Nerve 1I troubleIDetroit Mich I writes Pastor Koenlg Nerve Tonic Is a great blessing and an enormous bene factor to the suffering I FREE A Valuable Book on Ner SamplebottlepatlentaKOENIOlMED CO Chicago HI IIKOENIG Street near Dearborn told S5LerI critics who discounted their chances entirely still havo a splendid chance for the pennant flag especially when It Is taken into consideration that aver the Columbus games next week the Colonels will only have ten other away train home games this season which should give them a decided advantage over Milwaukee their closest competitor the latter playing most of their games away from home The tans should turn out in large numbers during the present Cleveland series and encourage the team In their game fight and also J the management which has left nothing undone to give us a winning team CLIFF HAVEN That broad enthusiastic and spir ited actvity which has characterized the present session of the Catholic Summer School continues to make bright the passing hours and gain ing impetus as time progresses prom- Ises soon to make of Cliff Haven the very Mecca of vacation seekers The first week of August was made memorable by five of the most im portant events which have taken place thus farthe annual grand a concert golf tournament tennis tournament and athletic carnival championship baseball game and durIngtho t RevCharlestVls who In five morning lectures poke ot the Christian Orientation md Inspiration of Social Reform e md bYRlchardD L Mohun of Explortlon thfrlca t1 EGAN TO SAIL I Americanlflnister T rUieally ill in Washington for some lime put has fully recovered and tl plane to sail for Copenhagen on tl hllllt12i hi r are of little consequence unless they originate h1a deep seated consciousness of your obligations in the public service The men in the mechanical and in some of the other departments seldom or never meet the public in ah official way Their work lies in helping to back up our reputation with satipfactory ACTUAL PERFORMANCE The standard of the service should be guarded as scrupulously as the standard of the food supplied dn your WftableJ akin to the honor of every man upon whom the service depends I In all departments promises to patrons arid public should be carefully considered before they are made in thef J r i y light of the fact that disappointment and dissatisfaction go hand in hand These words are addressed to YOU not because you have been negligent but to impress upon you the importance and dignity of your occupation and to assist you in under standing what we expect from the members of our organization It is our belief that there does not exist a body of em ployes more loyal enthusiastic and efficient than the one which maintains our ideas of progressive public utility man agement i Perfection however is approximate at best and in our endeavors with so many customers to please there is always opportunity for earnest effort toward new achievements AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tory of America By James A Rooney ILL D PopetAmerica our Holy Father was born Juno 2 1836 ordained 1858 consecrated Bishop of Mantua November 10 1884 cre ated t Cardinal and preconized Patriarch of Venice June 1893 elected Pope August 4 1903 August 10 1896 Death of the Right Rev Jeremiah OSullivan fourth Bishop of Mobile Ala or dained In June 1868 consecrated by Cardinal Gibbons then Arch SeptemberaOthe Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception August 12 T896 Dedication of the new St 10s phs Infirmary at yearbeganSeptemberSulpicians with the Very Rev Edward It Dyer an rector caturedtheperate resistance of nearly three months entering city on the feast of St Hippolytus who was there fore chosen as the patron saint of modern Mexico August 14 1873 Father Lawrence Scanlon afterward first Bishop of Salt Lake City appointed mis sionary rector of Utah largest parish in the United States with only 800 Catholics and only ninety of them in Salt Lake City out of a population of 87000 August 15 1790 Tho Right Rev John Carroll consecrated first Bishop of Baltimore and the first Bishop in the United States on the feast of the Assumption in the England Walmsley Bishop of llama and VicarApostolic of London made diedDecember MAKE THEIR VOWS With impressive and beautiful BishopODOndghue it the Convent of the Immaculate Conception Shelby and Chestnut treets fourteen novices took the vows of the Ursuline Sisterhood and fifteen postulants received the Frsuline habit and entered the ovitiato Four of the postulants are of the graduating class of 1914 they having expressed their desire to nterthe community a year ago SEEKING HEALTH The Rev P M J Rock rector of tie Cathedral whose many and rduous labors have affected his health left last week to spend three weeks in the mountains of Virginia his Is the first vacation Father Rack has taken in many years and Itroughbut the diocese lt1s hoped ie rest will be beneficial and that will return jh perfect health of O L t For Your Furniture Want- sII YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my pricesAthe lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Streettr Horn Phone 1313 ataFancy Etched Ice Tea Glasses FREE THIS WEEK With every pound of our splendid New Blend Tea mixed specially for ice tea we give half dozen fancy ice tea glasses free NEW BLEND TEA POUND 60c JOHN M MULLOY 0X0 W JVIAItJCKT g3 TRI IBT GAAv v v O 11 NOl01NNNN N+N NOall GERMAN BANKWe Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS SOUTH FIFTH STREET 1124 BETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET erection of our new building at Fifth and Market N + + + + t AWNINGS AND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and 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