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WE DO r FIRST C Give This Next t VOLUME XXXIII NO 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 15 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTSrr flFTY YEARS Brother Boniface Will Celebrate Ills Golden Jubilee In Louisville Entered Xnvcrlnii Order When But Thirteen Years of Age Among ills Pupils Were the Rev Fathers Thome mid Schulimnnn HAS MANY RELATIVES HERE The vow of voluntary poverty perpetual chastity and entire obedi ence does not produce a man who delights In reading his own praises This conquering of the spirit of the flesh secures Instead a man divested of the dross of lifea hero In whose soul there neither lodges nor any sense nor thought of lurksI jealousy And such a man Is Rev Brother Boniface of the Xaverlan Brothers teacher and musician who will come to Louisville from Worcester Mass to celebrate his golden jubilee at St Vincent de Pauls church on Sun day August 23 Brother Boniface who had as pupils the Rev Father Thome and the Rev Father George Schuhmann D D has many friends In Louisville who are making preparations for an elaborate ob servance of the rare occasion and It Is possible that all officiating at the anniversary mass will be former pupils of the jubllarlan whose preference would be to be allowed to go on undisturbed In his loyale work of the Master with whom he has engaged himself Brother Boniface entered the or der of the Xaverlan Brothers In Louisville on August 23 1864 when but thirteen years of age He has since that time been actively engaged In the work of teaching and of preparation for success In pedagogy the noblest of sciences Louisville Baltimore and Worcester Mass have been tho principal places where this good brother has had op portunity to display his special qualifications and everywhere he has been most successful In tho ex ploitation of his particular posses tleXaverlanthat system to his wards has been made with zeal and affection Hence In part his unmistakable triumphs with his pupils many of whom have been raised to Gods altar His work leas ever been of a marked charac ter and the growth of the college or school in which he may be en gaged gives evidence of the appre elated usefulness of his methods The heavenly graces conferred by the Lord upon Brother Boniface have enabled him to continue for fifty years in the labor of educating the heart and conscience as well as the mind of the youth of the land thus securing to tho country the needful crops of good Christians and good citizens He bears lightly the yoke of the Lord to which he bowed so lovingly In his youth and has every prospect of being a laborer in his vineyard for many years to come August 23 1889 Brother Boniface observed In Baltimore the comple tion of twentyfive years as a Xaverlan St Patricks parish of the schools of which Brother Bon face was director was in jubilation At tho dinner given in honor of the jublliarlan the guests included 1Superior General Vincent of Bruges Belgium Brother Peter Provincial1 of England Brother Alexius Provincial of tho American Province and President of Mt St JosephsI College Rev John T Gaitley pas tOrof St Patricks church Rev John P Hagan pastor of St Laurences church Rev Thomas D HenchyvThocelebraHonf the United States flag by the chll flren of St Patricks schools Brother Boniface arranging for the occasion a programme of beautifulI music At the golden jubilee of the venerable Brother Stanislaus In Mt St Josephs College Brother Bon face was a collaboratour with Brother Isidore in the production of the Jubllatum the former writing the music for tho lattersliterary composition tohlsdallyyouth1nallknowledgetaco of music He makes the organ greatJehovah harmontousB have spoken warmly of his efforts and many of our most distinguished churchmen have congratulated him highly r FRANCISCAN PROVINCIAL thFranciscan a Coventk Rev150ullnleUalyVicarTheVerYlteyeeat ConyeInelected Minister Provincial of the a order Jn the United States Fattier lieo hM been Provincial lncetbedeath of Very Jley Jx uImerflrati UU ad Interim appointment then t tit election four year age Tin of J 1 I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN fice Is the highest In the order In this country and has jurisdiction over all the institutions conducted by the Franciscans of the Order of Minor Cpnventuals in the United States and possessions Father Greullch spent many years In Louis ville being the pastor of St An thonys church when ho received his first appointment I BISHOP LAYS CORNERSTONE The cornerstone of the new St Elizabeth church located at Burnett avenue and Hoertz street was solemnly laid last Sunday afternoon by Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville assisted by the Rev Francis Felten pastor of St Augustines church and tho Rev Patrick M Monaghan and about thirty priests A crowd began to form around the foundation walls as early as 3 oclock eager to be on band and have a viewpoint when the iimpressive ceremonies began The Knights of St John and the Catholic Knights of America in their military dress uniforms acted as guard of honor to the Bishop the officiating dignitaries and the thirty or more priests leading the procession from the parochial residence to the church foundation where the was assem bled one of the largest gatherings ever seen on a similar occasion in the Louisville diocese Upon reaching the site of the new church the grounds and foundation were blessed by the Bishop the cornerstone laying exercises following In the corner stone of the new edifice which will replace the combination school and church building now in use was deposited a box containing data pertaining to the diocese and congrega tion and other documents The ser mon was preached by the Rev Charles P iRaffo who spoke elo quently but briefly on the efforts of father Assent the pastor and the efforts that had led to the decision to replace the old edifice and then discoursed on the faith and mission of the one true church The work of building the new St Elizabeths church will be pushed as rapidly as and when finished Father nAssentHdificejustly feel proud CLIFF HAVEN The week just passed will go down In the annals of the Catholic Summer School as being the most memorable from a religious and social stand point spent at Cliff Haven during the present session There have been other weeks which have furnished more genuine amusement and enter tainment and other weeks which have been characterized by greater educational momentum but never during the two months of this session has that true spirit of Catholic Iloyalty religious sensibility And Chrlstlike devotion shone upon the Summer School with a more re splendent luster than during the seven days of this second Week of August The splendid religious cere monies of the week were fittingly begun on Sunday August 9 when over 500 guests of the Summer Schol made the annual pilgrimage to the shrine of St Ann Isle la Motto Impressive as this beautiful pilgrimage was and lofty as wero the ideals and devotion which it Inspired It was but the prelude of the great and magnificent ceremonies which were to mark the celebration of Lady Day These ceremonies really began on Wednesday evening when the Rev Edwin Ryan D D professor of history in St Josephs Seminary Dunwoodie preached his first sermon of the trlduum In honor of Our Lady The other sermons were preached on Thursday and Friday evenings On Saturday morning It Is planned to begin the immediate celebration of the Feast of the As sumption in the Chapel of Our Laoy of tho Lake with masses which will be said every halt hour from sunrise until noon At 2 oclock tho Inspir ing religious pageant will be begun every one on the grounds at Cliff Haven taking part At the shrine o Our Lady otU1e Lake benediction will be given and a sermon preached by the Very Rev John P Chldwlck D D Lecturers of the week were Rev F P DonnellyS J and Rev L J OHern C S Po EUCHRE AND LOTTO Elaborate preparations have bee made for the euchre and lotto part to be held next Wednesday and evening In tho cool and g basement of St Pauls church Jack jon and Kentucky streets Nothing will be spared to make this the most successful event ever held i 3t Pauls parish It will be held under the auspices of Father Thomas York and the various societies con aected with tho parish and two val uable prizes and many haadsam- awards have been secured for the large crowd that is sure to be in at tendance Take any cross town cai and transfer to the Oak street line which is only a few steps from the new St Pauls Many novel features will make the time pass for those who attend and thereb contribute a mite to a most deserving cause FROM ROME An Associated press dispatch from Rome via Paris received here Wednesday saysithe Pope leaoverwhelmed wlttr grief by the outbreak of war among all the principal nations of Europe that he is unabl to do any work and Bits listless an silent for hours every day His Holiness Is not ill his conditions causing grave anxiety to his attendants SILVER JUBILEE Bister Mary Henry find Girt Delphine Sisters of Charity rt ElltabetbHOipltalaa jubll a today being received Into the order at Nareih In August 1889 1 REDMONDS Inspired Speech In House o Commons Tins Tremendous Effectl Tories Declared Their Hostility to Home Rule Was Now Gone Bill Will Immediately Become n Law When House Meets Again iIRISH YOLUNTERS ARE ARMING The war and Redmonds speech last Monday night finally won for homo rule cabled Hon T P OCon nor to the press of Sunday With extraordinary courage and presence of mind Redmond saw the psy Irelqndbyi the gigantic struggle just beginning and offered to the Government not merely Irelands sympathy but a pledge to secure Irelands shores ffrom the foreign invader by Irish volunteers alone No speech In mod ern times has created such immediate and tremendous effect The House cheered till it was hoarse Tories i tearsInmonds capehillyhostilitytogoneCrowds Buckingham tohearmidightis photograph in all the moving shows was received with wild i anImmediatebackIng astonIshingwitnessed of volunteers and masses of people accompanying soldiers to tootheirButbehindconstant consultation with Acquit c hfharacteristics ness vigilance and selfcontrol il3onaLawhajoinedrule should be held up Adjourn ulthell1 rutbillbookImmediately dateAsproteststhoughunnecessaryty such betrayal and on Monday next an announcement is expected that the adjournment is only for twfweeks and that when the meets again the session will end 1 In prorogation and the home rule bill1 will Immediately become a law The Tories will be offered at the same time the choice between discussing the amending bill then or 1In meantlmoh Empire in the hour of peril is more unanimousfeeling I Empirethatof the principle of nationality of small States of emancipating Europe from the grinding and intolerable tyranny of German military auto cracyThe revolt of some extreme rad- Icals t which was uttered loudly last Monday has died out and all the nation stands enthusiastically behindI Breaff crusade to save France Belgium and anydoubtlong Europe will conquer Germany and already there Is a firm resolve as the first fruits of victory to re peopleWlnstoriChurchfll o put the fleet in such splendid condi position heroyprecisgs B the whole situation seriously but calmly The temporary dislocation passinng rapidly away and confidence in vic tory and In Justice of Englands cause are strong and universal AIIPERNATESeAt the meeting of Division 4 A ielded Monday evening It was ae to select alternates to the State convention at the next meeting which will be hold on Monday Aug thye t additionyJ Langan who will represent the anpouncedd at Coylrigton Monday and Tuesday September 14 and 15 and President John Hennessy expects that In addL tion to the delegates several of the division members will attend the convention tho delegation to leave hereon Sunday morning The Visit Patr1ds memberha on k list ASHLAND Widespread gloom prevailed Ashland last Saturday when It be Marguerlato ofhd n AniellolJJathFamily church ancj iu society circles u qb oi f COMING EVENTS Crosslawnchurch grounds Thirtysecond and Broadway oft Young Mens Social Club Schneitera ParkAugust 7 l churchlawnotAssislI I ColumbusI StFrancischurchlawny Thursday August 27 Annual re union and picnic of St Leos congre churchHighlandAugust 30 Catholic Knights an nual excursion to Jasper Ind September 6jTrlnlty Council annual excursion tpMammoth Cave September lOc Euchro and lotto and supper at Stt Augustines Hall 1308 West Broadway for benefit of St Augustines church September 25 Afternoon and night festival and bazar for benefit of St Williams church on parish grounds Thirteenth and Oak 0 N00 0100 ONN ONO 0 was one of the nost respected and popular girls lIt Ashland She re ceived her primary education In the parochial schools and later gradu thoWinonao MinnForAshlandfeelssympathytt RECENT DEATHS The death alifelongtheDominican ae as home 740 Wes Oak street Sunday ofCrlendsmourn his demise Tho funeral took place Wednesday morning from St beinglargely Tho funeral of Marie M Hellman otGeorgeI Payne street Was held Tuesday morning from 8f Martins church monthstlIness e parents and brother and sisters of tho young girls i early taken to her heavenly home If extended the symy pathy of their many friends The many friends of Samuel Thomas 520 Neat M street sym pathize with him tn the death of his estimable wlfeil Mary OConnor Thomas Mrs Thomas was an ideal woman ever trti to the practice of n1J JloIYnIIs1M1nti devot edrtoth IA elshtclilldren1 HolyNamecelebrating the requiem high mass Mrs Kate McLaughlin thirtynine e years of age and a highly esteemedI resident of St Cecilias parish died eveningfollowingof her daughter Mrs S J Blumkirk 2649 Bank street She was the widow of James McLaughlin and leaves a daughter two sisters and no brother Patrick Glenn Her funeralI took place Thursday morning from 3t Cecilias church attended by many mourning intends and relatives Miss Anna M Cahill beloved daughter of Mr and Mrs F J Cahill 1201 Everett avenue was called to her reward Saturday morn ing leaving to mourn her loss a wide circle of devoted friends who willl greatly miss her pleasant companion ship Her death followed a two days illness of tonsolltls Besides nor parents she leaves three stator and three brothers The funeral services were held at St Brlglds church Monday morning Announcement of the death of mss Fannie H Martin at the home of her sister Mrs William Refs 1005 East Kentucky street was a severe shock to her many friends Miss Martin had been ill but five days death being caused by nephritis Her father Henry Martin a fireman two brothers Henry Martin Jr an George Martin and two sisters Mrs Rels and Mrs Mary Dills survive her The funeral was held Monday morning from Holy Trinity church with high mass for the repose of her soul Death sudden and came to Charles E Mivelaz a widely known and respected citizen of Louisville early Saturday morning Born in this city fortythree years ago and educated at St Patrick school for more than a quarter of a century he had been identified with Ills brothers in the American Restaurant Possessed of a generous heart ho was a liberal contributor ta charity without regard to race or creed He is survived by his widow Mrs Minnie Cook Mivelaz two chill dren Charlotte Mivelaz ahd Charles E Mivelaz Jr his mother Mrs Augustus Mivolaz and a brother Frank Mivelaz The funeral w livid Monday morning from Brlglds church the Rev Father Raffo being the celebrant of the re pulse high mass TANGO DEVOTEES Convlncing proof that many are being bitten by the tango craze is borne out In the rump which floated out from Limerick and is vouch ed tor by reputable eye witnesses One of the latter In going through Sev evenininHognandTurn around Belli and Dolan peeped In and witness John Hogan Tom Dolan Jim Qteil wm HInes Will Hekw and Dick Houlihan going at the tango ate pg for dear life tkg lest the otfeer w xtau BISHOP BUSCH I Pleased Over the Verdict Ke garding Ills Stand on Sun Labort United States Industrial Com mission Holds Public Hear ings In Lend Will Have National Law Making One Day of Rest Obligatory HIS VIEWS ARE AGREED WITHM Right Rev Joseph E Busch passedthroughburgh While In Chicago1 ho made the offices of the Catholic Church headquartersThe takenoregardIng day and while this wrong is not yet righted it Is on the road to amend hardtoparishioners who work for this com panyWo hearingfromment said the Bishop The Fed eration on Industrial Relations held a public hearing in Lead on Monday establishedby weretruenot observed and further that owing to the absolute control of the MiningCompanyas long as they were unable to see Ittop are able to go to church continued the Bishop and Incidentally I am also trying to rid that section of the country of the overwhelming influ ence of the company both in politics toChicagoaddressIng Columbu The Knlghts Qt Qohtm bus passed assistIngrantIngand endorsedraisedthatmand from every applicant for em ployment a statement as to their religious affiliations as well as their political views and when a man applies for a position he Is kept toldtovernacular that means come around tlmeIteepers the meantime the companys spotters are sent out to sound him These spotters have never been actually proven to be In the employ of the company The company does not approachedfromregarding his views on important subjects Then after a week or two of rustling he is either refused or accepted The company Insists the men may lay oft on Sunday If discrimInate saydifferentlycompany does discriminate and that the shift boss will discriminate against those men who do lay oft on Sunday giving them the hardest jobs and laying them off the first of the lot when the work Is slack The only thing I asked of the company was that they would not discriminate against these men and that they make It a bona fide offer seedopenedfiroto feel that If they wished to layoff dontfeelsatisfytho thadtm work on Sunday for they should earn enough In six days of labor to compellesworkTheCompanyhastthe scanty pay it doles out to them The law of South Dakota forbids unnecessary work on Sunday and the company could very easily arrange to give that day to a very olf The Bishop when asked for his opinion as to the ultimate result of his fight expressed the opinion that nationsBtt 1 obligatory The State of New York has adopted such a law bo said and there is no reason why others should not A great many agencies areat work toward that end and the sentiment is growing WILL CARRY MANY The fact that the only excursion of the season to Jasper lad will take place on Sunday August 30 insures ttho Cpmmlttolyg Iruslqo Hourekranging for many attractions and a Jaepe9xre r of nli hall for the excunlbnliti and l th aheartyleave the Seventhstreet depot at 745 arriving in Jasper about 11 oclock Louisville Knights wilt spare no offort to make this the best excursion ever given from this city I CENTRAL VEREIN Pittsburgh theCentralPauls Cathedral with Pontifical PapalDelegateBonzanoIn estlmateExpositionHall ledbythStarhugeAmericangallery The Most Rev John Bon UniteStates bers of the Roman Catholic clergy TItPapal FerryI oStateVereln the thanks of Pope Plus for theirfidelitydelehgates his apostolic benediction which Delegatethey the Most Rev John Bonzano Bishop Pittsburghishop LeedsS theContralbusinesstook SAtseph Frey reported that 6000 mem ronduringprospectsforship were good The day was de voted largely to committee reports and other routine business At this session a committee was appointed to organize a Catholic Womans League thbranchGonzagaUnionadjournertlate yuPaulcityIGIrton of Illinois and Joseph Stock SecretariesAugustman both of Minnesota Treasurer FII Immekus of Pennsylvania In the final resolutions the W porkersdemned as the enemies of the Chris tan workmen and the Irish Na plcampaignFrey was instructed to send a com mittee to Washington to protest against the policy of Mexico toward Catholic orders i sHOLYHoly Cross lawn fete and chicken supper to be held on the church grounds Thirtysecond and Broad w next and a mfternoonsby the aroused Interest over the preparatory plans promises to be one grand out of dpors day for the people of that parish and their friends The committees are con gratulating themselves on having se cured special features and prizes for this occasion together with an abundance of chicken to be serveD the numerous guests Father Brey the pastor and his people will haveI a hearty welcome and good time for all who attend SUSTAINS PAINFUL INJURIES I Louis Hannon tho fourteenyear old son of Edward Hannon 2024 East Spring street vlll recover from the painful injuries sustained las Saturday Tho boy was riding his bicycle on VJncennes street when the handlebar turned throwing him with much force against c coal cart HisI scalp was torn from his head and he was removed to St Edwards Hos pital In an unconscious condition whore the scalp was slipped back an sewer The latest report Was that- the boy was out ot danger an doing nicely HARDSTOWN The sad intelligence was received hero Tuesday of the death ot Miss Maymo Daugherty at her home Bardstown Miss Daugherty fortyeight years of age and wa ono of the onset respected women 1 d Nelson county Her death from a complication of diseases was a shock to her many friends She Is survived by two brothers Judge Frank Daugherty and Dr B-ardatvid Daugherty ot Washington Mrs Nannie Clark ot Columbus Ohio and Mrs T Y Barber ot Bardstown The funeral Vas one ot the largest held from the old Cathedral church Cora long time STEUBEN STATUEs An Imposing bronze statue of Baron Steuben the drill master of the Revolution was unveiled iin Utica N Y last week It stands a the entrance of the new parkways The ceremonies were under the auspices of tho Oerman Alliance Baron Von Steuben was born 1 Magdelburg Prussia November 15 1730 and died November 28 1794 Ho was educated at the Jesuits colleges ot Nlesse and Breslau He joins the Revolutionary army In 1777 an spent his whole fortune In clothln his men Congress made lard reparation voting him in 1790 an annuity of 2600 and a strip of land In Now York State K OF O OUTING The local council Knights of Columbus will have their annual outing for members and their fan lllM nistjThurgday atFern tSrove two bonUto lleave in the morning l4t 9 and 1rlfclpek WE DO- PRINTING Y FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order DEMOCRATS w Need United Front For Success in the Coming November Election h CementingFactions Chairman McGrath Callahans Futile Attempt to De RecentdPrimary FIRSTF WARD CLUB ORGANIZED r Beckhamstho result of the official count comes the s pledged support of his recent opponents Gov McCreary and Con Unitedtatesoltertngany to aid comIngso pervades throughout the entlrotate theDemocratic aunitedommonnemy asno j BurtonVances orInProgressiveominees ntheseWillsontheman to beat as there Is no denying e fact that the Republican leader Stateand lIIe his home town Judging from e present situation he Is sure to profit by the antiBeckham sentiment so prevalent among local Democrats twothingsbecause andbecauselocalDemocrats notAtclasstocratic ticket and this element sup emented by the liquor men who leary of Beckhams prohibition theDemocraticonlybediplomacy judiciously hatidty alltactlonsthe success of the ticket This to begin with Is a herculean task and will mean lots of hard and earnest work and in the opinion of thQ ajority no one Is better fitted or presentDemocrattc preliminary feelings In any of tho three camps and the whole of tho Jefferson aptto ithe ticket than any other man or set of men in the ranks It Is believed that this work will havo to be started In the First precinct of the Fortyfirstcity precinct thence to the county for completion and with these methods only can a substantial ma jority be secured for the Democratic ticket aret by publication n umns last week of the probable entrance of Col Pat Callahan In the ftcratic nomination the story being republished from a Chicago oil and paint Journal many local Democrats resentmentdagainst the proposed owing recentdmunicipal race lately his rumored financial backing ot the plan to defeat Congressman Sherley in tho primary thereby injuring the partys chances for success In November but fortunately only 2414 votes were secured In the city sand county out of 14000 votes cast notaCalled Democraticdi voters The attention of the writer has been called to the remarkable strength developed by Roger Nohalty In the last couple of elections this in thel net couple of elections this sterling Democrat being the re cipient of much praise for his work- sa an organizer in both primary and general elections and it goes with out saying that Roger will be much sought after by candidates and poli tticians in future elections The ot his hold on voters in that district Is attributed In a great measure to his loyalty to his friends and associates supporting them thint than the- inging of the locusts that fall Is approaching Is the organization of comingnbeing the George Bt Barrett Club of the First ward the members being alp thedfohowtngdStoepterBMlnsterketyTreasurer Edward Schaefer The club Is named after our loquacious and distinguished Representative from that district who Is also an RailroadICommissioner HOW BIRDS FLY Itts18Cta powerto F J KENTUOKYX ISH AMEiFtYOATT JJKNTU6KY IRISH flMERIGftN EVERY SATURDAY 1PUBLISHEDr Ji784J to tie Social ti Moral Wraacetaeaie el Irish ABurlcin and CafteHei OlfieUlly iBdoried by Aactent Order of Hlberalans Young Mens Institute and Catholic Relents of America lCBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COIncorpor Ud Fubilhr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SIMPLE COPY B6 Bntrd et tksUillTHIt PootSIco M 8cegdClue flits SILNte 1914LOUISVILLECATHOLIC CITIZENS When antiCatholic orators declare that we Catholics are bad citizens that we ought to be per secuted that we should be denied civil and religious liberty that wo are a menace to American Institutions etc etc through all the calumnies of our enemies the Cath olic Columbian calmly points to such r thorough Catholic citizens as James Gibbons Cardinal Arch bishop of Baltimore John Ireland exarmy chaplain and now Archbishop of St Paul 1rIHenry Moeller Archbishop of CincinnatiEdward D White Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court John Burke exGovernor of North Dakota and now Treasurer of the United States Hon James A OGorman exJudge of tho Supreme Court of New York and now United States Senator from that StateIHon Joseph E Ransdell United States Senator from Louisiana Hon John J Fitzgerald Chairman of tho Appropriations Committee In the United States House of Representatives Hon Edward J McDermott Lieu tenant Governor of Kentucky Hon Martin Glynn Governor of the State of New York Gov Walsh of Massachusetts Gov Poirier of Rhode Island Sen ator Ashurst Hon Timothy Hogan Attorney General of Ohio Congress man James M Graham of Illinois T T Annsberry and Henry Goecke of Ohio Congressman Korbly of Indiana and a million others like them and we say Fellow citizens here are repre sentative Catholic citizens here are men such as the Catholic church 1 1produces when it is free to train its members here are fruits of the Catholic religion Do you like this jlrindof men Have you any objec tion to thpm as Christians as American citizens If you have not why will you listen to tho blackguards i who endeavor to fill your hearts with hatred of your Catholic neighbors I RELIGION IN TRAINING I But a few weeks yet remain until the opening of the school year The Catholic clergy the Brothers and the Sisters of religious orders are In the midst of preparations which will make for a prosperous school year for the Catholic youth of the coun try The teaching orders are soon to enter upon their special period ofL responsibility and sacrifice for the Instruction of the children of tho children of the church During the period that has elapsed since the closing of the schools devoted women t have been taking special courses preparing to keep the Catholic youth abreast with the times In thought and culture and in all that makes for the advancement of the Catholic youth By retreats and spiritual exercises they add to their inspira tion for the service of God In teaching the children As a teaching body tho Sisters are in a place by them selves for excellency of work devo tion and sacrifice The time has i long passed since It was common to make comparisons between the wor offered by the teaching bodies of religious orders and those outside The succeeding generations will bear t powerful testimony td the Influence exercised by the teaching orders of the Catholic church and tho educational system of the church upon the lives of the citizens of the country This Influence will grow more and more powerful and more and more acceptable to tho public at largo as they grow to understand that education means moral as well as Intel lectual tone and that morality can not be purchased without the Influence of religion c KEEP COOL Much as peace loving people regret It the great European war threatens land and sea the war spirit growing In intensity and bitterness Five great nations are Involved and sev eral battles are reported to have taken place but so conflicting the new that it Ii yet impossible to tell the results Slight attention has been paid President Wilsons offer A of mediation which all hoped would bear fruitful results True Americans hope this country will not become involved and Are beseeching the Ged of PMM that tie awful conflict may pMdlly rail tSis the duty ef bar people to keep cool and no filedIJ by the absurd and Imaginary news that is being featured In the papers of our cities Here we are all Americans and defenders of the American flag and no other and It would be a crime in the eyes of God and man to stand for any other allegiance I FRATERNAL 1 DAY I Thero is a movement on foot to designate September 12 as Fraternal day the different local fraternal societies to parade and participate in one big gathering at some central point and the General Council to declare a half holiday this resolution being introduced by Alderman Clifford Many have questioned the motive behind this movement and to many it seams that there is an Ethiopian in tho woodpile some where judging from where the source iris s The Junior Order of United Am rican Mechanics recog nized everywhere as an A P A society being promoters of ex priests and other scurrilous lecturers is the originator and chief promoter of this fraternal day observance the meetings being held in their hall on East Broadway and to date have enlisted the Odd Fellows Knights of Pythias Red Men and one or two other nonsectarian societies In their cause It is presumed that the societies enrolled will not en courage any of their members to participate who happen to be for elgners or the sons of foreigners the Junior Order being a bitter foe of Immigration this restriction being a mystery to many seeing the names of leading Juniors which are far from being Indian In character However If the parade is carried through we hope to see the Juniors out In the open a novelty In Itself and their full membership In line In striking contrast to their showing last fall when about 100 marched In the Perry Centennial parade looking lonesome and shamefaced PAm PLAY The GermanAmerican societies did exactly right in protesting against the unfairness of many of the papers of this country in their stories of the European war and in this protest they are endorsed by the many who believe In fair play In answer many of the editors plead that they are compelled to accept the news dictated by England but the latter does not write the anti German headlines and editorials4 The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have undertaken a most highly corn mendable and patriotic work They Intend to raise a fund of 50000 with which to erect in Washington a monument to tho members of the Catholic Sisterhoods who served their God their country and their neigh bor as nurses during the civil war By an overwhelming majority Ohio Democrats nominated Attorney General Timothy S Hogan as their candidate for United States Senator With Gov Cox and the Attorney General leading tho ticket the Demo crats ought to win easily Today is the Feast of the Assump tion of the Blessed Virgin and a holy day of obligation MDEHMOTT NOW GOVERNOR McDermottleft wl11beuntilthemonth anIncreasIng GovMcCreary HAPPY TODAY Mrs Mary Carroll of Jefferson yule Is today celebrating her eighty seventh birthday and receiving the MrsCarrollASweeneywell known business men and is remarkably active despite her years CABLEGRAM FROM CARDINAL Cardinal Farley and his party as hadbeenBrunnen Switzerland according to a private cablegram received in New York Saturday the dispatch added that the date of their return was uncertain With the Cardinal are Bishop Hayes Vicar General Ed CarrollitheOASTLE FOR JESUITS Rathfambam Castle a magnificent fortresslike structure in Ireland rebuilt on a magnificent scale in Archbisbopthe Jwiult norltlfttt in Ire and 1ISOOfTV 1 Qtn UIiitI U Miss Mamie Glenn left Sunday for a trip to the lakes Wallace Renfro was In New York for several days last week Mrs Edward Aud has just re turned from a visit to Detroit Miss Cella Laven has been spend ing two weeks In New York City I Dan Driscoll has been visiting at Danville the guest of Frank Ollcher Miss Abble D Chester and brother Edmund are visiting at White Mills Miss Mary Burke has been Visiting Misses Josle and Laura Casteel at Stlthton Miss CarnlUe Spmonln Is visiting In Cincinnati the guest of Mr and Mrs Morse Miss Grace Kirn has Just returned from a trip to Niagara Falls and Toronto Obrecht Rapier spent last week with his sister Mrs J I Greenwell at New Haven Col and Mrs Charles P Dehler left Saturday to spend a month at Mt Clemens Mich M J Flanagan was among the Louisville visitors spending the past week In Now York John Pf Shelley Is spending tho weekend with Mr and Mrs S J Perkins at Normandri Mrs K Graves accompanied by her niece Miss Alma K Keaney left Saturday for St Louis Miss Elizabeth Hogan left Wednesday morning to join her aunt at French Lick Springs Mrs GL Darnell of Beechmont has been entertaining Mrs P B Fitzpatrick of Covington Mrs Cliff Collins and little daugh ter are with her grandmother Mrs Frank Larkin at Leltchfleld J Hunter Ross and wife and family are at Atlantic City to spend the remainder of the summer Miss Marie Maloney will leave next week to spend a month in Ashe vlllo and Lake Toxaway N C I Mrs John Breen and children of Jeffersonville are spending two weeks with friends in Chicago Miss Mary LaPaille Is spending several weeks at Atlantic City and other Eastern points of interest Mrs Al J Arts and children have returned from a visit to Mrs W E Fiedler and family in Frankfort Mrs Anna E Mattingly of Port land was the weekend guest ot Sirs J W Wentzell In New Albany I Mr and Mrs Phil J Hendricks left Sunday for Atlantic City and New York to be gone until Septem ber John Welch and daughter Miss Anastasia have returned from Tay lorsvllle where they attended the fairMiss Josephine Schmuck of the Highlands has returned from a visit to relatives and friends in Owens boroMiss Gertrude Hagan has been visiting at New Haven the guest oC- her cousins Misses Emma and Mabel HaganSojourning at Bay View Mich the past week were Mrs E Con naughton and Misses Mary and Cath erine McGIll Misses Agnes and Loretto Dixon of Jeffersonville are home from a visit to St Mary of the Woods near Terre Haute Miss Elenora Hanley of 2914 South Fifth street has been spending a week with Mrs Katie Murphy In JeffersonvilleThe Department at Wash ington was advised on Tuesday of the safe arrival In London of Miss Mollie Collins Misses Mayme and Regina Con stantine have returned home from Vlnnepeg Man where they visited for two weeks Miss Regina Kelley of New Al bany went to Elizabeth Harrison county last week to be the guest of Miss Beatrice Crosier Guests registered at the Royal Magneslan Inn at Lagrange the past few days were Misses Agnes Dignan and Marie Fitzgibbons Col Henry Hunold will return today from a ten days sojourn at West Baden Springs where his first visit was much enjoyed Miss Agnes Mandlehr left Satur day to join her sister Miss Mary Mandlehr who was the guest of Miss Aline Donley at Frankfort Mrs Elbert Masden and children have been enjoying a pleasant visit with the formers mother Mrs Mary Planlgan at Lebanon Junction Thomas Lynch the well known freight platform superintendent of the Illinois Central railroad has re turned to work after ten days vaca tionDeputy Sheriff DJ Hoffernan and wife DJ Heffernan Jr and Harry Grimes leave tomorrow for a three weeks sojourn at Dawson Springs Mr and MM Frank Dugan of South Sixth street have been visiting In Cleveland this past week and were much entertained during their stay the Forest City I f Mrs Miles Burgs and son Ber lIatdief vJMkion rtai little Mies Seran of Newport are visiting Mrs Ellen Lyons and Mrs John W Gullion of Third avenue Visitors and spending the past week at West Baden Springs were Misses M Brannlgan Nora Murphy and Mary Wllberdlng who greatly enjoyed the waters there Mrs Hannah McEllIott Mrs Mary Boning Mrs Bridget Fitzgerald Misses Nonie Twohig and Bertha Heffernan left Tuesday to spend two weeks at French Lick Springs Judge Matt ODoherty Mrs ODohorty and niece Miss Kathleen Ewing and Misses Anna and Blanche Carr have gone to Ballast Island on Lake Erie to spend two weeks Misses Dorothy and Mary Shelley were hostesses Tuesday night at a delightful 500 party In honor of Miss Frances McClure ot Lexington the guest of Mrs Warren Green Mrs Will Farley of 1337 Catalpa atreot have been entertaining Mrs M L Heffernan and daughter Eleanor of Huntsvllle Ala and mss Katherine L BoglOy of Cincinnati Miss Gertrude McGinn and Mrs L D Glass are home from Owens = boro where they went to attend the funeral obsequies of Bernard Pott inger whose death occurred last week Col P H Callahan received a cable message Tuesday announcing the safe arrival in London of Mrs Callahan and daughter Miss Edith Callahan who sailed from New York on August 1 Mrs Edwar J McDermott Misses Susan and Catherine McDermott and Edward J McDermott Jr will go to Frankfort soon to visit Hon E J McDermott who Is now acting Gov ernor of the State Louisville visitors at Grayson Springs the past week included Miss Nancy McGuire Miss Mattie Cissell Miss Viola Sexton Mr and Mrs Herman Eggers and daughters Messrs J Kelly C Murphy and John Springman and wife Mr and Mrs Joseph Bowling en tertained with dinner Saturday evening followed by a porch dance Those present wero Misses Irene Bchmltt Mary Lawrence Bax Mary G Ridge Messrs John S Hennessy T Finch Martin and Joseph Ri Kelly Miss Mary Ridge of East Broad way entertained her 500 club Wednesday evening those present being Misses Grace Kirn Mary Law rence Bax Irene Schmitt Hortense Twyman Messrs Al Hermann John M Hennessy Will Cannon Joseph R Kelly T Finck Martin and Walter PllsenRegistered at White Mills last week were Misses Marie Garaghty + Elizabeth Zehnder lAbble Chester Blanche Ramstein Marie Schaefer Mrs Margaret Hendricks Mrs George J Graeserand Messrs E C Noonan J Hourigan J F Dannen hold Jr Edmund Chester J C Gnraghty and George and EmU Graeser all of thlsclty KNIGHTS OP cum Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The increase during the past year was 24784 The total membership June 30 was 326858 Thero were 244 delegates In the St Paul convention The Knights number 25000 In Chica flwith fiftynine councils Five hundred received the fourth degree at the St Paul exemplification Thero was a big first degree ex emplification on Thursday at Oak land Cal Three hundred women acted as patronesses at the Chicago Chapter picnic last Saturday Memphis will exemplify the third degree September 7 This Is the third initiation within eight months New York with over 48000 leads In membership with Illinois Massa chusetts Pennsylvania and Ohio followingWalter M Burke State Deputy for Wisconsin will represent the Knights at the Fraternal Congress to be held at Niagara Falls The famous St Louis Choral Club which won high praise at the na tional convention was formed during the St Louis Exposition for the purpose of aiding in the celebration oi Columbus day TWIN CITY LEAGUE The two leading teams the Cham pions and Olympics ofthe Catholic Baseball League retained their hold and tie fdr first place the Champions by defeating tho Imperials with their former star hurler Brownfield in the box while the Olympics held Macklh safe with Henry in the box this greatly improved pitcher striking out eighteen men The Shamrocks made it seven straight by defeating the Bruins in a 5 to 4 game this victory rounding out seven straight wins over the other seven teams in the league and leaving these two tied for third place Dan Hennessys Trinity athletes regained their batting eyes and walloped the K of C team in a onesided contest The following Is the schedule for tomorrow K of C vs Imperials Cham pions vs Mackin Olympics vs Sham rocks and Bruins vs Trinity The standing to date Club Won Lost Pc- tChampions13 2 86- 7Olymplce13 2 857 Bruins 0 6 600 Shamrocks 9 6 600 Imperials 6 9 400 Trinity 6 9 400 Mackin 3 12 200 Knights Columbus 1 14067 GRANITE HIGH SCHOOL In New York City next month there will open la a handsome new building of white granite that east 11600000 that oltyi flrit Catholic frie high choolf t keys o o A IRELAND Record of the Most Importantof the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death has taken place of the Rev John McCann Newtown and KilmacthomasMartin was unanimously elected Vice Chairman of the Kilkee Town Commissioners Thomas Leonard of Beltra has been appointed to the Commission of the Peace for the County Sligo The Irish National Volunteer movement has spread to every center In Queens county and Its good effects are already felt Right Rev Monsignor Murphy has been reelected Chairman of the Maryborough Asylum Board a posi tion which he has held for fifteen yearsRev J C Cannon of Glencolum klllo County Donegal has been appointed to Ramelton being replaced by Rev Dr P A ODoherty of RameltonLord has sent a check for 400 to Monsignor OLeary of Clonakllty for the equipment of the local corps of tho Irish National VolunteersDr OMalley medical officer of Glennamaddy Workhouse dis pensary district has been appointed to the Commission of the Peace for County Galway The death has taken place at Wex ford of Ben Hughes in his nintieth year Deceased was connected with the Repeal and 48 movements He was several times Mayor of the town The death of Dr J J Nolan County Coroner of Carlow is an typhoidfeverpital Ho leaves a widow and five children The tender of John Lambe builder of Thurles has been ac cepted by the Cashel Urban Council for the erection of forty houses under the housing of the working classes acts At tho recent fortnightly meeting of the Newcastle West Board ol Guardians the election of Clerk oit the Union took place and A J Byrnes of Roseville Newcastle West was unanimously appointed- An old man named Patrick Mar ron residing near Moneyimoro die suddenly on the roadside near his residence He was engaged fIn cutting grass and it is believed thatt he was overcome by tho heat William Byrne speaking at Baltinglass Sessions said that since the Volunteer movement started there had been no cases of drunken ness before the Magistrates and nc crime whatever In the district Justice Holmes addressing the Cavan grand Jury said that there was very little crime which spoke well for a county of the dimensions of Cavan andhe congratulated them on this satisfactory state of affairs Addressing the grand Juiry nt the opening of the Fermanagh Assizes Justice Boyd who was presented HighSheriffhim to have to congratulate them on the state of the county Matthew Flannelly of Castlebar who was prominent In the 65 and 67 movements has just dIed at the age of ninetytwo Ho took a lead ing part In the famous election when George Henry Moore father of Col Moore commander of the volunteers was elected for Mayo A beautiful marble headstono has cemeterybyye CarrickonShannon Union and the public over the grave of Nurse Marian ODwyer a native of Wex ford who died in discharge of her duties In the Carrlok Fever Hospital ST JIICHAELS CHURCH The novena to Our Lady ot Lourdes now In progress at St Michaels church Brook street be tween Market and Jefferson willI close with beautifully Impressive ceremonies tomorrow night at 730 oclock There will be solemn vespers procession sermon and benediction and a special musical pro gramme All friends of the church and the pastor Rev Martin OCon nor will be welcome GROUND TO BE BROKEN Though the date has not been set It is expected that ground will be broken next month for the founda tion for the new St Patricks school on Market street between Fifteenth and Sixteenth Father Cronin V G the pastor of St Patricks church has plans for a handsome and tommodious structure one that will be a great Improvement to Market atreet which ho hopes to have fin ished early next year FRIENDS COMING Many Cincinnati friends of Rev William Gausepohl pastor of St preparIng fiftieth anniversary of his ordina tion to the priesthood which Is to take place September 10 Father Gausepohl was pastor of St Josephs church In Cincinnati for several years IMPROVEMENT Passersby and members of the congregation are highly pleased with the outward Improvements being made to St Boniface church Fehr avenue and Jackson street The dials on the clock have been repainted and the numbers on the faces gilded and the woodwork of the steeple Is also givingtheance FRANCISCANS Chapterheld ferred to St Boniface Monastery this city the Rev Joseph Klein OI F M who will teach there the humanities Rev Justin Welk O P Ybecomesa member ot the missionary band stationed at St Boniface and the Rev Patrick Me Amen O Tt MIa1 also appointed to that church U tJ F I +++4444UHIl4144t4 IiI D+44144H4444 + ++1 It144 t++ HERMAN STRAUS tj SONS g fOURTH AVENUE wCGaP Aa7C0 MARKET StBHT EXPANSION SALE BARGAINSAND August Linen Sale TURN THRIFTY SHOPPERS TO STRAUS Our Augnst sale of Linens has just begun Every hotel restaurant and housekeeper will be interested Trustworthy fresh dependable and actual values are what make the Straus Linens preferable Immense Expansion Sale of Ladies Suits is now on This 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 x4++ 11 1 H 1 E 1 E I I 1 1 ++ 11 +++010111 1111 E 111 S f CASINO AND ORPHEUM H THEATERS MOTTOdl I 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 I f SACRED HEART ACADEMY m ITheUrsulino Boarding School For Young Women and Girls Terms moderate Classes reopen September Catologue 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 the study of Music and Art Lessons in Needle Work are included in the curriculum For information address the Acad- emyPRESENTATION ACADEMY Northeast Corner Fourth and Brcakinridge 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 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Equipped Gymna slum Terms Moderate James Dir HBOSSE cSON funeralDirectorsand il0 PH VJItXrue i YOU CAN NOT a can fit out with one 2 be explain FRAMING 1 Jtffinrn Loulirlltt i r SOUTH S P Pris t and Bro Ii 391 Witt wt tNG Ill I J II 11 1 J I J 1 t LAWRENCE j VEENEMAN Secretary t Culvert Ground iMagnolia 1 11 1 1 I I I r 1 I I 1 JI I I JorI I I II 11 1 I J +10 dD for 112 by the to All the late and new Styles and ShapM prlcNCan Quick Meal- Gas Ranges Are Excellent Most Excellent Specially adapted for the economical ale of natutal gas GEHER 2 SON m llarkttltlrlecl4l i DUTY TO LOVE Remarkable Sermon Preached by Minister in Congregationalist Church Rev Edwin F Snell Refutes Miserable Slanders Against Catholics Protestants Inherited Their Spiritual Wealth From Mother Church DOING VAST WORLDS WORK Recently In tho Congregationalist church at WInnetkr 111 the Rev Edwin F Snoll pleached a remark able sermon telling why he loves the Catholic church I want to tell you this afternoon he said in a very simple way why I love the Roman Catholic church I and why I believe It Is the duty ot every Christian to love that sincerely First I love the churchI Catholic church because of I has been It Is the old IotherI Church Let me emphasize that Our churches are all the offspring of that church A few ultra Protestants I will try to claim that they trace their genealogy through some stray erratic movements back to the Apostles without touching the Church of Rome but this Is largely Imaginary For more than a thousand years Rome has preserved the I Integrity and transmitted the vitality evertanythingI was dreamed of and when the Prot estant movement came it was made possible as a branch is made possible on the vine it grew out of the strong I I Vitality of the Mother Church Rome Is the mother of all Protestantism asIj I surely as England is the mother of jI America as surely as Judaism is the holttlthatto be loyal to ones mother I could not respect myself If I could forget I verybeinglight and joy and liberty In Christ I enjoy to the Mother Church To her I owe the very existence of that Bible which I love For fifteen hundred years the preachers and pastors the hymn writers and the church builders the social reformers and the mystics the I theologians and the poets of all Europe west of Russia were Roman Catholics All our spiritual wealth as Protestants Is an Inherited wealth Inherited through the Roman Cath olic church But Isnt it true that there was a great deal back there which was sadly wrong and bad There Is no doubt about that Have there not been very evil Popes and priests There Is no question at all about It But all this corruption was but the festering sores on a body that was essentially sound which had real life In It We must remember that it has always been true that one black sheep especially If he be a Christian leader gains a publicity which a hundred faithful true lead ers never receive For every evil priest there were a thousand true and faithful servants of Christ living and dying to make the world a more Christly world for every debauched and unworthy Christian there were ten thousand simple true Godfear ing Christloving men and women who kept the faith Historians have to write about the high lights of the years the plain everyday living escapes them Today every pastor who goes wrong will receive a place on the first page ofjthe newspaper and large headlines the thousand pastors who are doing their duty In a simple way live and die without ever being mentioned It has always been so Our idea of history is widely distorted unless we remember the ground work of faithful living which makes continuing history possibleSecondly I love the Roman Catholic church for what she Is I regard it as one of the most unfor tunate things about our life today that we so little understand each other we Protestants and Roman Catholics who are all brethren in Christ It is proverbial I suppose that no feud Is so sore and unheallng as a family feud The very love which should bind when turned to hate becomes the most complete of all barriers If you want to know what real bitterness and strife are you must look into family life That explains I suppose the unholy ran cor in the hearts of Protestants and Catholics for each other The Cath aBc priest knows his people better than we know them Few of us any wheredo as well as we ideally might I think the priest would be as quick to acknowledge his sense of insuffi cient wisdom and his sorrow for it as ProtestantsBut true that the Roman Catholic church is unAmerican and Is seeking to overthrow our Govern ment and all that I hesitate not to say that I believe it is a foul and hateful calumny The people who say these things have not one solid fact upon which to base their monstrous indictment It Is an utterly unworthy frame of mind for brethren In Christ to have toward each other It Is true of course that many Cath olics are officeholders and many more are officeseekers But why shouldnt they be But every time the tesl comes when there is a call for men to go to the front and die for their country the Catholic bears his full share of the load which patriotism then assigns and tri umphantly and concretely vindicates his loyalty We must get this mis erable slander out of our minds By applied with his Protestant brother I hesitate not to affirm my faith In and my affection for the Cathollp church today She is doing a vast work in thew rldshe has an enormous responsibility resting upon her for the souls of millions In her Tbustody and she is sincerely trying to bring to them the Gospel of Christ and 1 if wear Christians we are dial r c it FRED ERHART ARCHITECT a NORTON IBUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I3- DIVISION L Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDermott Recording Secretary Walter CusickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTleasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tim 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 KeaneyTreasurerJamesWelsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P Price Financial SecretaryJohn J Hes slonJrTreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas 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 rellSentinelM J McDermott Y M I MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Oeorgo J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken ney Second Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial SecretaryWill Cassin TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalRaymond E Schott Inside SentinelWilliam Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive CommitteeF O Ad ams George Slmonls Frank Geller W A Link Chas Schuler lenged by the duty to love them sin cerely By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples if ye love one another Finally then I love the Roman Catholic church for what she Is to be Because she Is the Mother Church I look to see her make a place again for the children who have gone forth I look to see her grow more gentle and more wistful when her children become less truculent The time of our separation grows long If we can only begin to substitute kind for harsh thoughts If only the mother can begin to grow proud of her vigorous offspring and the chil dren grow more appreciative of the old mother the time of a great reconciliation should not be hope lessly remote Let us judge the Catholic church by the Catholics we know or may know in our own midst we shall find them as neighbors and as Chris tians to bo worthy of our Christian love and if we ever discover some frail soul who is not all the Christian he might be let us remember our own fralllty and pray God for grace to be some help to him not merely a harsh and unChrlstlanllke censor LONG HOME STAY Manager Jack Haydens Colonels arrived home this morning from Columbus where our boys received an awful jolt to their pennant aspirations unfortunately striking the Senators when they were playing the best game in the association up to last Wednesday the Louisville team having beaten them eight out of twelve games On the other hand our deadly rivals the Milwaukee team hit St Paul and Minneapolis when they were at their worst if that is possible in the case of the former winning onesided games However the Colonels are now in a position to make up for lost ground the series opening with Indlanaoplls this afternoon being the first of a long home stay and all indications point to splendid attendances and support from the fans who rejoice In the game spirit shown by the team As a suggestion to the man I agoment and Police Captain Brown It is earnestly hoped that a quietus will be put on the piker gamblers who frequent third base and vent their displeasure on the players if in danger of losing their bets A P AORGANIZERII The A P A sheet the Peril published in North Carolina carries anI advertisement from one A F Hass soliciting candidates in this territory for the Knights of Malta a society of A PA1 and unAmerican tendencies Promoter Haas is a let ter carrier in the local Postofflce and CourtII 9 I YEARII IIIi ansWer to Reader for Many Il Years must say that the present has been the hottest and dryeet I n for many years past This fact 1 eetabliBhed by te Government Weather Burwm reports DELEWARE Last of the Thirteen Original States to Bo Made n Diocese Rev Thomas Andrew Becker a Convert Was Its First Bishop Isis Bequest For Education of Young Men Has Just Expired WAS ARCHBISHOPS SECRETARY By James A Rooney LL D Though Delaware was the last of the original thirteen States to be given a Bishopric as the diocese of Wilmington was not established until March 3 1868 and her first Bishop was not consecrated until the following August it is not to be sup posed that Catholicity had not made its influence felt in tho colony prior to that time Tho early mis sionaries were not harassed In Dela ware by the antiCatholic enactments that disgraced the statute books of the other colonies for in its consti tution of 1776 it was declared that there shall be no establishment of anyone religious sect In this State In preference to another Besides it was too convenient to the Maryland missions to be long neglected by the dysAsthe Fathers of St Francis Xaviers In Bohemia estabIlIshedIn New Castle county and even twenty years before that it Is not Improbable that the first mass in the colony was offered up in the home of Cornelius Hallahan an Irish CathIj ollc who lived near tho present Mount Cuba I Tho Episcopalians were watching the adherents of the ancient faith for from their records we learn of tho presence of Catholics in Dover in 1848 to 1851 They were attended I from Maryland by a Jesuit who was known as Father Manners by Father Faure Father John Rosseter ofIflcerFather Clbot a French refugee from I San Domingo and by Father Charles Whelan a chaplain of Do Grasses fleet and for two years pastor of Old St Peters In Barclay street New York Father Whelan was pastor of St Marys log church at Coffee Run In Mill Creek Hundred about six miles from Wilmington that had been built by Father Manners and his successor was Father Patrick Kenny who had for an assistant Father George A Carroll S J who was consecrated the first Bishop of Covington on November 1 1853 It was from this first church that the Catholics of the surrounding country were attended Some portions of this historic edifice are still stand Ing It was also Father Kenny who in 1816 built St Peters church Wilmington which greatly enlarged and beautified is now St Peters Cathedral Adjoining it in 1839 was built the first of tho fourteen parochial schools with which the diocese Is now supplied When the War of tho Rebellion was over tho Catholics of Delaware hid so Increased in numbers and In fluence that a division of the diocese of Philadelphia was decided upon and on March 3 1868 the diocese of Wilmington was erected with juris diction over the State together with the eastern shore counties of Mary land and Virginia The Rev Thomas Andrew Becker pastor of St Peters church Richmond was appointed as the first Bishop of the new see and he was consecrated by Arch bishop Martin Johh Spalding of Baltimore on August 16 1868 Bishop Becker was a convert to tho faith He was born in Pittsburgh of German Protestant parents but he became a Catholic while yet a young man He completed his studies for the priesthood at the Propaganda and was ordained In Rome July 18 1859 He returned home and after a brief ministry at Iartlnsburg was appointed to a professorship in Mount St Marys Emmitsburg He then served for a time as Archbishop Spaldings secretary after being pro moted to the Richmond pastorate On his consecration a census of the diocese of Wilmington showed a Catholic population of about 5000 fourteen churches mostly In bad repair and some mere sheds and only eight priests In eighteen years he had increased the number of churches to twentysix and the priests to twentyone besides the Catholic population had nearly doubled He was transferod to the see of Savannah March 26 1886 as its sixth Bishop to succeed the Right Rev William H Gross who had been promoted to be Archbishop of Oregon City Bishop Beckers health failed rapidly and while recuperating at Washington Ga he died July 29 1889 A notable be quest in ills will was a legacy of 15000 in trust for twentyfive years for the education of worthy and priesthood tive Americans total abstainers and willing to devote their lives to the service of God in the diocese of Savannah The 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209 LOUISVILLE KY IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE a OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING 4 JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY =BE SURE TO CALL FOR l McRENNAWHISKY t r a IT IS ALWAYS PURE a H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings This beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts tARRY DECKER Assistant Manager THE 100 BOX DELUXE our Saturday Special is the most remarkable Flower value obtainable Other BOXES DE LUXE at S20Q and 300 Coupon with every par chase Place Your Orders Friday for Delivery Saturday JACOB SCHULZ Sins 1873 THE FLOWERS SHOP AT 5SO S FOURTH AVENUE COME TO SEE USI- N OUR NEW QUARTERS A larger floor space and a beau tiful show room will enable us to serve you quicker and better than heretofore Remember our new number 129 SOUTH FOURTH STREET BET MAIN AND MARKET MIERS CHURCH GOODS CO 0 4l l THE 2 FAVORITES oi Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL I0c Cig- arLITTLE v A J Sc Cigar The cigars without an equal In quality r and flavor HomemadeUalollmade- and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers alTW TARPY CO MAKXBS SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS s We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging1 a price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargainaBefore purchasing please give as- a call at our warerooms 318330 West Green St New Muldoon Monumentfi Gi HERRMANN BROS IMP8RTERS e FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era In Finest Barnds of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND JvltHtMM IMS 134 J SttTB SWKT u n I- 9r e 7 t JNiUCKY FLZ Ii AM RICAN iii 1 N10NMl1N4NN1lMNWR111N14Nti1WVYhN11NNN1S p I f e g 4 r I 1 j j Y YOURSELF AS A PUBLIC SERVANTYx i4 H M iofByllesby Company the utility firm which become interested in the Louisville Gas and Electric Company issued a booklet addressed to employes and bearing upon the su- bJect o of courtesy to the public The booklet has been widely 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 As members of the BYllesby organization we desire you to be public servants in the true meaning of the term It 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 The 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 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 you are occupied I The employe who i serves our company best is the em ploye who serves the public best This applies in all departments of the operating br f i i 1 00 The Last DollarIIi ffi That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a J3 SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED J ffi twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR 5 must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the Ii Jttf dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming I I Ky Title Savings Bank1m1mII 1 and Trust Co II 8 Fifth and Court Place 00 ItOpen Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m M- IU a = 1 = =r t1l 11iN914f04ti oN eiO lieieleNNN6t FOR GOODNESti SAKEu EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South 1afHorne City 3101 Gnmb South OGOY DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO INCORPORATED Best Quality Pittsburg and JellieD Coale Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue oft HHH tI tHHo++Joo1 3 k32 3 313ir33f3 i FRANK AFRESH OHLMANN GROCERIES MEATS AND VEGETABLES You Can Make a Square Meal Of Our Round Steak t Cnrafc 1- r Plioae c H Mala 967a FOR BY ALL RMI Ptan City 5252 AAAAA 900 franklin Street jI 14 WW- WdV1MM1hW40a t J J HHHHr HAY FEVERDoctors say take a trip We say T AalileThey Cost 11HOfIt11 I SALE I X133 m rfj IDI L sel Fever Remedies Co1 IffCORPORATHD 1 z4ulsP 7I1 IONTUOK3 S tM LLI f 1 ganizationsequally to the managers the stokers at the gas works the trainmen on their cars the engineers at tho power houses the men in the 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 forbear ance on all occasions Those details of the service which the public have aright 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 0 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 due fully as much to those of small financial means as to the largest prospective patron The 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 SNININW HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 1 will select their state convention alternates next Tuesday eveningThe Ladles Auxiliary and two divisions of pueblo Col are working hard for new members There will be no meeting of Divis- Ion 3 Monday evening on account of the Social Club picnic The Ladles Auxiliary will not be long in erecting their monument to the Sisters of the civil war Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly has been appointed a member of the Rhode Island Commission on Immigration Division 3 willl hold their next meeting on Monday August 24 to select delegates to the State conven tlon Agout 400 delegates will attend the Massachusetts State convention of the Ladles Auxiliary at Wor cesterThe Ladies Auxiliary at Concord N H will conduct a booth at the garden party for St Johns church in that city The attendance at the Ladles Auxiliary dance on Monday evening was kept down on account of the Inclement weather Baltimore Hibernians wail take an active part in the Star Spangled banner celebration and march in the fraternal day parade The meeting of the County Board to settle accounts of recent picnic has been delayed on account of the slowness of ticket returns California Hibernians will open their State convention with high mass In St Marys Cathedral San Francisco tomorrow morning National Director Miles F Mc Partland was County President in New York for twentytwo years and President of Division 1 for a quarter of a century Before the opening of the Call fornia State convention in San Francisco there will be a parade of the Ancient Order the Ladles Auxiliary and delegates and visitors Sioux City Hibernians arc arrang ing for a great celebration of Our Lady Day in Harvest August 15 They will make it a day of rejoicing over the passage of the home rule billSouth Bend Hibernians will cele brate the passage of the home Yule bill with a fall festival In October They will also give the Irish volun teer movement their moral and fi nancial support Speakers at the Irish day celebration of the Milwaukee Hibernians last Saturday were Gov F E Mc Govern T M Kearney and Thomas Morris each of whom Is a candidate for United States Senator qiiuncn PICNIC Rev father Rot eut pastor of- Bt Francis Aaalsl AhurEh on the larctatow road ajd hit people will be prepared to feloome a large J t A Reverend Experience 6 Vasper Tenn August 1912 IndlgesVon since I took Pastor Koenlcs Nerve Tonic my mind is relieved and the melancholy and the blues are away from me I thank God for the Tonic and am telling people what a good medicine it is Rev A E Bray LoganNanythingwithI 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 Tonlo relieved the trouble Rev J B Melster of Detroit Mich writes Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonlo Is a great blessing and an enormous bene factor to the suffering FREE A Valuable Book on Ner Semplebottletltnti also lid the medicine tree Prepared by REV FATHER KOENIO 01 Fort wayne Ind line 100 and now t y the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 62 W Lake Street near Dearborn Sold SSLarogathering at the free picnic and out I Ing to be held on the church lawn on Tuesday August 25 They have secured a large number of handsome prizes and in addition to the numer ous amusement attractions there wit be choice refreshments and good music The feature however will be delicious supper at which will hi served everything the market af fords Street cats pass the church grounds RIVEHVIEV Almost at any time of the after noon and evening Broadway and Greenwood avenue cars may be seen filled with people bound for River view Park to find enjoyment In the cooling breezes of the Ohio river and the amusement attractions offered by Manager Simons Ladles and chll dren In greater numbers than ever now visit Rlvervlow owing to the fact that here they receive especial attention Manager Simons Spot less Kitchen with Its melody and music combined continues to pro vide eatables always right and per fectly served GOOD FERRY DILL There Isa preponderance of com edy and a proper proportion of music In the vaudeville bill that Manager Bllger promises for next week at Fontaine Ferry when some new novel and humorous songs and sketches mostly of the laughpro yoking kind will be presented Nattello and his band are playing more popular numbers than over be fore in the free openair concerts I and the swimming pool provides en- Joyment for ever Increasing numbers The Ferry theater and park are now at their zenith with lovers of out door amusement NOT MUCH PAy J The avspge pay of chorus girls ii- 460iot to I tho eta onr- o = L l are of little consequence unless they originate in a 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 an official way Their work lies in helping to back up our reputation with satisfactory ACTUAL PERFORMANCE t4 The standard of the service should be guarded as i scrupulously as the standard of the food supplied on your table Interruptions to the service should be made a matter akin to the honor of every man upon whom the service de 4t pends II In all departments promises to patrons and public should be carefully considered before they are made in the light of the fact that disappointment and dissatisfaction go hand in hand i These words are addressed to YOU not because you have been negligent but to impress upon you the importance 1and1 It is our belief that there does not exist a body of ployes more loyal enthusiastic and efficient than the emII which maintains our ideas of progressive public utility agement 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 j AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY timely Record of Some Memorabl- Events in the Catholic His tory of America By James M Rooney LL D August 17 1838 Death at New York City of the famous Italiapoet Lorenzo Da Ponte a con verted Jew who wrote thi libretto for Mozarts Don Giovanni and Le Nozzo dl Figaro professo of Italian literature In Columbia College burled In old Catholic cemetery on Eleventh street New York City August 18 1874 Diocese of Sher brooke Province of Quebec Can ada established with the Rev Antoine Racine as first Bishop consecrated October 18 1874 died July 17 1893 August 19 1834The Rev Frederic Wayrlch C SS R eloquent Redemptorlst missionary born In Huttlgweller diocese of Trier Prussia and baptized with King Frederic Wllhelm as his godfather died of pneumonia in the fortyninth year of his priesthood March 7 1907 August 20 1912Father Johann Martin Schleyer Inventor of the artificial universal language Vola puk died at Constance Switzer land aged seventyfour first pros pectus of Volapuk published in America in 1879 August 21 1842French Catholic church of St Vincent de Paul Now York City dedicated by Bishop Hughes the Rev M Deydled first pastor enlarged In 1850 now at West Twentythird street between Sixth and Seventh avenues August 22 1897Thellost Rev Augustine Dontenwlll O M L consecrated Bishop of Germanlc opolis appointed Archbisho of Vancouver September 7 1908 resigned September 21 and was appointed titular Archbishop of Ptplomais and chosen Superior General of the Oblates of Mary with residence In Rome- JEFFERSON VILLE The deIth of Michael Fleming who resided with his another Mrs Catherine Fleming D12 Ohio avenue Jeffdrsohvllle is mourned by a host of friends who know him as a quiet and modest man of Christian charac ter Deceased was stricken with tuberculosis and had been ill a longtime His father William Fleming died several years ago Besides his mother Mr Fleming is survived by Four sisters and two brothers Mrs J Osterteg of Covlngton Mrs Mary Nemo Mrs Paul Brlnkman Jllss Anna Fleming William Fleming and John Fleming of Jefersonvllle Mr Fleming was a member of St lugustines church and the funeral was conducted from there Monday morning by the Rev Michael Halpin CATHOLIC FIGURES Germany has 23821543 Catholics France 38400000 Italy 5900000 AustroHungarlah Em Aire 33300000 Brazil 21000000 Spain 18600000 and Mexico 3990000 i F ooooelo lN eFor Your Furniture Wants 1- II WANT YOUR TRADE e pricesethe lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE I e 425 427 and 429 East Market Street c BOlgBCl CtG 60 Surety Coupons FREE THIS WEEK With One Pound of New Blend Tea at 60c New Blend is especially mixed for ice tea and is mild and delicious JOHN M MULLOY 8 Iliae Phew eeQIlist alfi W MARJCEJT TPRBBBT I 1N11N101NN1111N1N1N 1l1NeN GERMAN BANKWe Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS i 124= SOUTH FIFTH STREETBETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET f Pending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market 0000010 AWNINOSANDTENTS 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 Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST j PINE WINES CHAMPAGNES lK O L B323 West Green Street ucjtrons OIGAPN + 1 s lr 1rt