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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r WE DO H FIRST Give This Next L VOLUME XXXIIINO 8 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 22 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS IPOPPIUSX Spirtual Lender of Christendom Is Called to ills Eternal Reward World Cast in Gloom by Sad News Early Thursday Morning1 Together in One All Things in Christ His Parting Words SORROWED OVER EUROPEAN WAR Pope Pius X Is deadI The end which came at 120 this morning was peaceful This was the news that cast a gloom over the Christian world early this past Thursday Together In one all things In Christ These words which Pope Pius X adopted as his motto in an encyclical Issued on August 10 1903 six days after he had been elevated to the pontificate were on his lips as he entered the valley of death A few moments before he had been roused from a state of semicon sciousness and he attempted to be stow a blessing upon those gathered In the chamber but his strength failed him After a pause he murmured the Scriptural text and did not speak again The death of the Pontiff in the eightieth year of his life and the twelfth year of his pontilfcate while long anticipated because of ailments Incident to advanced age neverthe loss came as a shock even to those near him For several days he had been suffering from gouty catarrh but on Tuesday his physicians declared i that the trouble was of no great importance and Wednesday morning reassuring reports concern ing the patient were current The change came suddenly during the forenoon Wednesday and early In the afternoon those In attendance announced that death was imminent Similar attacks had been resisted with the aid of the Popes willpower but depression over the clash of arms in Europe militated against another recovery At 10 oclock at night the Pontiff experienced an attack of coughing that greatly distressed him He could not move in bed without as sistance and the 8trugglehe made to DreStHewn8panfurtbi J witness As the supreme moment approached the coughing ceased and the restlessness whlch the doctors had been unable to relieve disappeared The features of the patient which had given evidence of pain resumed a normal expression except for the pallor which Increased The Papal Secre tary of State Cardinal Merry del Val Cardinals Ferrata Caglano and BIsletl the Popes two sisters and physicians who were at the bedside recognized the calm preceding eter nal rest Dr Marchlafava his hand on the Pontiffs pulse turned toward the Papal Secretary who was kneel ing and shook his head Cardinal Merry del Val understood and cov ered his face with his hands Meantime Cardinal Vannutolll the Popes niece Gilda Parolln his Major Domo Mgr Bianchi Mgr Mislatelll and his secretaries Mgr Bressan and Mgr Pescini had joined the group in the chamber Two sisters and the Popes secretaries could not restrain their sobs and their voices seemed to bring back the Pontiff from the state of coma into which he had lapsed His eyes opened and his lips moved and it was plain that ho was making an f effort to Impart a final blessing For a moment It seemed that dissolution had taken place and then the lips moved again Together in one all things in Christ he whispcerdH Dr Marchiafava released the wrist which dropped pulseless on the Pontiffs breast The physician bent over the bed listening for a heart that was stilled It is all over he said and reverently kissed the Pontiffs hand In turn the others did the same after which they Intoned prayers for the dead Imme diately after candle lights flickered in all the windows of the Vatican and the whole personnel of the apostolic palace with the permission of the Papal Secretary passed by the body kissing the hand of the Pontiff as they passed Throughout Wednesday Drs Marchlafava olid Amid devoted their utmost energies to stimulating their patient and keeping him alive The Cardinals were notified of the Popes grave condition and some of them who entered the sick room describe the impressive and heartrending scenes especially when the Pontiff rousing himself from time to time spoke Once he said Jn ancient times the Pope by a word might have stayed the slaughter but now he Is Impotent Prayers were said by thousands and the bells of the churches sounded when the sacra ment was exposed upon all the altars When the court learned of the Pows condition there was the deepest wconcern King Victor EmmanUel personally informed Queen Helena and the news was communicated to the Queen Mother To the hierarchy clergy and laity 6f this cquntry the announcement came as a jprofound shock All ex pressed deep grief over the loss the Church had sustained and in all our churches announcement will be made tomorrow together with the time when memorial services will be held Nowhere Is the death of Pope Plus pore keenly felt than here in LOH lavilla Bishop ODonaghue ex jprwwed the feeling of the dloeese 4 r rfKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN when he said I regret very much the death of His Holiness He did efficient work during the few short years he was allowed to serve His death will be a severe blow to the entire Catholic as well as the non Catholic world The Rev Father George W Schuh mann of St Johns church Clay and Walnut streets said The death oC His Holiness would bea disaster at any time but right now on account of the conditions existing in Europe It is the more keenly felt Pope Plus X was respected so highly by many European nations as a whole that he might have been selected with this country as one of the peacemakers in the war Pope Leo once was called upon as a mediator between Germany and Spain Edward J OBrien who with members of his family had had three audiences with Pope Plus thus ex pressed himself He was the kind est man I ever saw in my life His countenance radiated with the light of love and benevolence His whole soul seemed to be in his face and he Impressed one as a good and gracious and devout man who loved all the people and his church Lleut Gov E J McDermott said I am very sorry to hoar of the death of Pope Pius He was known throughout the Catholic world as a good and pious man of high and ex alted purposes His work as bead of the church was effective as well as profoundly religious and his loss will be keenly felt Rev Father Raffo Col P H Callahan William M Higgins and many others gave expression to like utterances all voicing the opinion that the Holy Father was a great and a good man- Among the many prominent Louisville men who have had audi ences with Plus X are Thomas D Osborne who was Secretary of the Board of Hospital Commissioners and Edward J OBrien the tobacco man Mr Osborne expressed regret at the death of the Pontiff He said that on his visit to the Vatican while abroad that he was greatly impressed with the charm of manner and per sonal magnetism of Pope Plus and especially with the degree of kindli ness expressed by the Pontiff for all pilgrims to iRome Among other Louisville people who have visited Rome and were presented to the late Pontiff are Mr and Mrs Fred Hang the Rev Frank OConner and his mother Mrs John A Hayes Mrs J J Caffroy and Miss Maggie Judge FEDERATION DELEGATES The regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Federation on Thurs day night was well attended much Interest being taken in the election of delegates to the Baltimore convention next month the honor of repre senting Louisville being conferred on President Peter S Ganz William M HlGGl lsTo1iitA Doylbi J edIHtilU huch David OConnell Mrs Peter- S Ganz and Miss Rena Welsenberg Vice President Henry Vonderhelde occupied the chair and after Secre tary Dolans minutes had been ap oroved Chairman Peter Dowling announced that the catalogue of Catholic books In the Public Library had been printed and were In the custody of Librarian Settle from whom copies could be procured In this connection a vote of thanks was tendered the Librarian for the in valuable services rendered the Fed eration in the compilation of the catalogue which makes Itself quite a booklet Treasurer Jacob Hubbuch reported that 500 copies of Arch bishop Irelands address lied been received and were ready for distribu tion An Invitation was received to participate in the parade of the Spanish War Veterans which was referred to the various societies represented A number of communica tions were read the most important relating to the future membership in the national body All present favored the affiliation of women and the Kentucky delegation will vote for their retention though there is quite a sentiment in other quarters fora federation composed exclusively of women ELECT NEXT MONTH The extreme heat kept many from attending the meeting of Division 1 A O H last Tuesday night and therefore the election of alternates to the State convention at Covlngton was deferred until the first meeting In September when it is expected to have all the members present Presi dent Tarpy was in the chair and dispatched the business promptly reading a communication outlining the programme being arranged for the entertainment of delegates and visitors to the Covington convention on September 14 and 15 Chairman Tom Cleary reported that there were no sick claims which means a nice Increase In the hands of Treasurer Thomas Keenan Councilman Thomas Dolan was present and in a short talk paid tribute to the mother division and urged every member to take a personal interest in Its af fairs He also urged that every division send a full delegation to the coming State convention Secretary Walter Cuslck will send every mom ber a notice for the meeting on Sep tember 1 LITTLE SISTERS The Little Sisters of the Poor now number 3537 anti the number of old people cared for by them totals 45913 During the year ninety of these good women passed to their Loulsvjlletheythe Home for the Aged Poor and care for 200 Inmates this being the greatest charity in Kentucky FATHER XAVXBR SUTTON The Rev Xavier Sutton the noted Paselonlfet missionary who con ducted the retreat for the Sisters at Loretto has been the guest of the Pas l fatherS tthel Saored1 Heat Retreat for a few days I c F FRATERNAL Day Being Promoted as an Ad vertisement For the Junior Order I All Societies Not Asked to Par ticipate as Has Been Stated Synopsis of the Past Performan ces of This A P A Or ganization SMOOTH SCHEME OF PROMOTION The editorial comment in these columns last week concerning the supposed Fraternal day celebration has opened the eyes of many who had been inveigled into participating in what they supposed was a joint celebration of the day by all fra ternal societies regardless of creed but on investigation discovered that September 12 instead of being a proposed fraternal observance was really a day set aside to give a big boost to the local and surrounding Junior Order of United American Mechanics this society being the originator and chief promoter All meetings of delegates and commit tees pertaining to the celebration have been held In the Junior Order hall on East Broadway all matter and press notices in the dally papers have contained special mention of the Junior Order and when any figures of membership were mentioned the Junior Order always was in the lead by a couple of thousand As an Indication of the fine Ital ian hand of the promoters the men seelcted to lead were members of the few other affiliating societies and they were told by the men behind that ALL SOCIETIES in the city of Louisville had been Invited to par ticipate which was not true but the men selected as officials not knowing this have been repeating just what they were told that all socie ties were invited to take part The truth of the matter is gradually becoming known and to date many of the societies which at first con sented to be in line have reconsidered their decision the latest among this number being the largest tribe of Red Men in the city their lead being followed by several other tribes who n wreallz h h tr te nl day celebration Is Intended solely and simply to be a boost and advertise ment for the Junior Order of United American Mechanics and this is even acknowledged the latter In all the press notices when they gleefully proclaim that their society was the originator of the idea and they are laughing in their sleeve in securing some representative citizens to act as a catspaw in pulling their chest nuts out of the fire It has been repeatedly told and proven In these columns and the columns of the Catholic press throughout the United States that the Junior Order of United American Mechanics Is nothing if not an A P A organization the expriests and other scurrilous lecturers throughout the United States lecturing under their auspices in nine cases out of ten causing religious prejudice and disturbances among heretofore peace ful communities and it was rumored that the local organization was the chief promoter of the attempt to bring the notorious expriest Crowley here during the last campaign An instance of the local orders tendency to dictate and Interfere in civic affairs Is cited In their betrayal of the Good Government ticket for the iBoard of Education a few years ago after a ticket of five had been selected by the Commercial Club and other representative bodies to govern the schools the selection being In d rsed by all representative citizens but the Junior Order in a campaign featured by dark lantern methods was successful In defeating the Catholic and union labor representa tives and afterward sent a circular letter to their members boasting of their Ignoble feat a copy of which was published in these columns at the time One of the principal feat ures of the Junior Order Is their platform opposing foreign Immigra tion but conspicuous on their sta tionery were the names of men who are surely descendants of foreigners and not the Indians who are the only and real Americans The following are a sample of the names appended Carl F Rehm Stanley Burger Phil P Doll Jr John A Mclver William Gottschalk William S Markolf John Schmelzer Fred H6ffer Roy Smith W H Had dox Henry Gerlich William F Erbele Estus B Higgins Charles E Seng John C Welber A J Welber George Guterinuth Herman Mans A J Blerman George W Steffey Edward H Krlll John Horst Charles Reser Theo J1 Jlehm Dr noL Carter and Dr G iB Jenkins allotwhom would have hardly been on our shores if the Junior Order prin ciples had controlled our Immigra tion during all of these years If the Junior Order of United American Mechanics are anxious about exhibiting themselves some thing they have never done before there will be no objection from the citizens of Louisville but a protest will have to be registered against the securing of all other fraternal societies to advance the interests of this urnAmerican organization LONDON POLICE The entire XioadoB police terse eeaskki of 19pp0 raw 4 I l COMING EVENTS August 25Free picnic by St Francis of Assist church on church lawn Bardstown road Thursday August 27 Annual re union and picnic of St Leos congre gation on grounds adjoining church Highland Park August 30 Catholic Knights an nual excursion to Jasper Ind I September 6 Trinity Council an- nualjI excursion to Mammoth Cave September 10 Euchre and lotto and supper at St 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 O- akGOVERNORS Race Now Attracting Attention of the State Democrats Lieut Governor McDermott and Commissioner l ewnan Two Prominently Mentioned The Lieutenant Govenor Con sidered Strongest From All Angles FOUR FOR CIRCUIT CLERKSHIP The opinion is growing dally among the politicians in different parts of the State that the race for the Democratic nomination for Gov ernor next year will narrow down to two conteatantsLiout Gov EL J McDermott and Commissioner J W Newman many believing that Attorney General Garnett and Auditor Bosworth have bowed to the prevailing sentiment of Democrats in regard to rotation in office this opinion being advanced by nine tenths of the Democratic papers at present This is construed as not applied to Lieut Gov McDermott whose office Is practically a non ealarlod one It would only be fitting recognition on the part of the Democratic path to reward him for splendid service rendered not scntcadmhiI8tra1tlon of the Senate being a credit to the party but it also must be conceded that his entrance into the campaign of 1911 went a long way toward saving the State to the Democratic party its fortune being at a low ebb to1thealso be taken into consideration that I It Lieut GoV McDermott had not stepped into the breach many of the present officials would not now be drawing fat salaries and in view of this fact it would seem only fair that he should have no opposition from that source for the nomination i Commissioner Newmans canvass for the nomination for Governor be gan about the time he was inducted Into office that is January 1912 and he has kept at it often and early I since making an especial plea for support from the farmers through his model farm exhibits on special atItentlonoffice for tho conduct of which ho was severely censured by the Ken tucky Trades and Labor Assembly I durIIngbody in Its report published photoI graphs of canceled checks between former State spector Ben Sand and passingI Newman and charged that was compelled to pay 25 per cent of his monthly salary to his chief Mr Sand was afterward dismissed by Newman for exposing the Bull Moose candidates labor record InI the Mayors race here for which has earned the undying opposition of the rank and file of Democracy inI this The city and countyImovement is becoming ProgresslveI more noticeable every day and this Is especially the case right here in Louisville which for the past two years was a Bull Moose strong hold but now from all sides you can notice them trying to slip back Into the Republican ranks unobserved The average Bull Moser is nothing If not a pie hunter and spender of campaign funds and he looks with more favor on the chances of ex Gov WHlson for United States Senator than ho does of tle cause of Burton Vance the Progressive nominee the latter being hardly known outside of Jefferson county and not popularly known there As for Mr Gardner the Progressive nominee for Congress in this district he bears the reputation of be yungtrianof not having Wood Axtons barrel for campaign purposes or the prom lees of police and firemens positions to spur the Bull Moosers on In addition to the Interest in the nominations for Circuit Judgeships next year from a Democratic stand point the question of choosing a nominee for Circuit Clerk will be in the foreground and to date four names are being prominently men tioned Louis Stein Squire Frank Daoh rJohn H Page and Bob Kaltenbacher are the four consid ered and each has a following that would snake a pretty interesting rae la tbt primary FEARS UNION Bishop Busch and the Home stake Mining Company Trouble Summary of Events Leading to Disagreeable Situation at See City Revelations at Hearings of Commission on Industrial Relations SUBTERFUGE OF THE COMPANY The situation In Lead S D re vealed by the recent hearings of the United States Commission on In dustrial Relations and by the investi gations of the special representative of the Central Bureau of the Central Vereln in that place and the reasons for the companys refusal of the re quest of Bishop Busch for Sunday observance can not be properly un derstood without U reference to the events which led up to the trouble between the Bishop and the Home stake Company The Bishop came to Lead to take possession of his see In 1910 toward the end of the lock out which had been enforced against the members of the Western Federation of Miners since the fall of 1909 For a number of years prior to this lockout the Western Federation had maintained a more or less prosperous local among the workers of the Ilomestake Company known as the Lead City Miners Union The mine had been an open shop union and nonunion men working in it Through their organization the union workers obtained the eighthour day which was applied to the whole force Thinking that those who had received these benefits should assist In paying for them the union men began an agitation for the union shop and in October 1909 inserted a notice In the Lead papers that after a certain date they would re fuse to work with nonunion men The company retorted by closing down the mine until January 1910 when it was reopened with only non union men In its employ On the first Labor day following the arrival of the Bishop in Lead he delivered an address on the local situation outlining the Catholic attitude and suggesting a programme He feltrthatmanyof principles and practices of the Western Federation of Miners could not be countenanced that the determined steps taken against the closed shop by the company might be assented to as a temporary war measure but he did believe that men should not sur render their rights to organize and In the course of his remarks said as much These expressions while not entirely satisfactory to the union people highly displeased the repre sentatives of the company and when Bishop Busch later on requested that an effort be made to close down the mine on Sunday he received but little consideration While Sunday work was supposedly made optional the word was sent to the workers through the shift bosses that Sun day observance would not be obligatory which signified that the one who chose to regularly take his Sunday off would be discriminated against and such as a matter of fact happened in the course of time When at another time the Bishop asked the Superintendent if a Cath olic workingmens guild would be a form of organization acceptable to the company he was told that there alreadyI theIIplains the diligence of Its detective force It Is that which causes such an exact description of the workers to be kept on record In the com panys omcefor purposes of identification iin case of accidents as Mr Irwin chief of the employment department said and to secure better men according to the companys view That Is the reason that Englishspeaking workers are fa vored only a certain percentage of foreigners being allowed Jn the I vorkersItion and organization among them To keep them continually at work thus directing their attention away from thoughts of independence is the policy which the company has thought wise to adopt even though higherInterestsThe Superintendent in his final establishbyBishop had endeavored to securo a dominating position in Lead by Intro ducing the rules of the guild at BishopBuschcompanys organ piped a similar II ItII Bishop has displayed toward theI I Homestake management and toward his own people here who have been In little or no accord with him This as a matter of fact was a misrepresentation of the Bishops at titude and Is but one instance of uponhimpany The paper has scathingly denounced him saying that there would never be peace until he bad been removed from the diocese of Lead In afterUleI rJ i rrir 4 0 many other occasions socalled Cath olic business men tools and satellites of the company denounced him In the most disrespectful and insulting terms This Is but the natural re suit of the policy adopted at Lead Industrial absolutism will not be Interfered with no matter by what force One business man in talking to the Bureaus representative told him that the Superintendent was not so much to blame for the bad condition there as the men under him particularly the companys attorney Other stories have not agreed in that regard However that may be the placing of absolute power In the hands of one man in industrial mat ters is undesirable It may lead to great abuses as in this case of Bishop Busch and should not be allowed to continue where it exists To the Bishop of Lead the American people owe a debt of gratitude for having directed their attention to the conditions existing in his see city and to tho evil results which flow therefrom C B of C V PREPARING FOR CENTENARY Entering upon the eighth week of the present session the Cliff Haven Catholic Summer School has begun active and extensive preparations forIthe coming celebration of the centenary of the battle of Plattsburgh which is to take place In the city otIPlattsburgh and at the home of the Summer School Cliff Haven during the week of September 611 The amount of Interest which Is being manifested in this centenary celeIbratlon by the guests of the Summer School is almost incredible Every one of the thousand of persons on the grounds there enthusiastically and willingly lends his aid and support to every plan and suggestion which is made for the peculiar part i the Summer School Is to play In theIcelebration All under tho leadership of the Very Rev John P Chld wick D D President of the institu Lion have begun to look upon the centenary celebration as an event not of local Interest but of national Importance as an occurrence whichI demands of them a demonstration ofInational loyalty and patriotic en thusiasm The community at CUffI Haven is in an especial sense a na tional assembly It numbers among its members men and women from nearly every State and Territory in the Union These members from dif ferent States and different localities I while essentially loyal to their own States and Interested In the affairs I of their own localities are nevertheless I actuated by that broadIspirit of American patriotismas spirit which enables them in periods of national jubillatlon to put aside jt for a time local interests and to join with openhearted enthusiasm in the I celebrations and Jubilations of thotcountry at large no matter in whatI1 locality or in what State those celeII brations gccurItisthis Bplritioff 1 patriotism this love of the country 1 as a whole pervading the very atmosphere of the national assembly at Cliff Haven which is giving such lively impetus to the preparations ofuju the Summer School for the comings celebration An important meeting of the Board of Trustees of tho Summer School regarding ways andtjf means of celebrating the centenary was held on Monday morning At this meeting great joy was expressed by the President of the board over the enthusiasm shown by the gueststt of the Summer School In their preparations for the event ande elaborate plans were laid for thett definite and cooperative concentra I tion of individual effortstt CENTRAL COMMITTEE I The monthly meeting of the CenJJ tral Committee representing theI various local branches of the Cath It olic Knights of America was heldII Friday night in St Johns Hall ClayI and Walnut with President BenII Kruso and all the officers present There was a good attendance ofIdelegates and the business largely pertained to the big excursion to be given over the Southern railroad to Jasper Ind on Sunday August 30ICommittees reported great progress with the arrangements which willI include many features that will addI pleasure to the trip Jasper Knights I send word that they will extend aIhearty welcome and will show theI visitors a good time and Capt Kunkel has tendered his hall for a reception A feature will be tho baseball game on the Jasper College I grounds for the championship ofI Louisville followed by visits to the points of Interest in Jasper The committee met Thursday night andi heard reports which Indicate thatI tills the only excursion of the season will carry at least a thousand peopleI Other business was transacted and a programme outlined for increasing t membership in the brancbesII DAYTON The new St Bernard church atIDayton Ky will be dedicated Sun day with services In the morning and evening The church when completed will be one of the most im posing edifices in the State ofIKentucky About 100000 has been expended on the building to date The church is in charge of Father Grolfenkamp The congregation is over sixtythree years old and numbers 500 families The old church having been completely wrecked by the recent floods has been replaced by a beautiful structure ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI 1IONIO A picnic for the benefit of stIFrancis of Assist church will be given on the church lawn adjoining the church on the Bardstown road next Tuesday afternoon and evening and to give everyone an opportunity of paying a visit to this parish the committee in charge have decided not to charge any admission fee An elegant supper will be served by the ladies from5to 8 oclock aad amusements of all kinds will be furnished 1 cr WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Olllce Yoar Next Order VOLUNTEERS Will Bo Armed and Entrusted With the Protection of Ireland John Redmond Presents Colors to Corps at Maryboroizghc MettingV Protestant Peers Continue to Subscribe to the Volunteer Regiments IRELAND NOW ALL ABLAZE John E Redmond the Irish Nationalist leader hia speech last Sunday while presenting colors to the Maryborough corps of Irish volVuteers referred to the enthusiasm which had been aroused all over Ireland by his statement in tho British Parliament that Irishmen of the North and the South whether Protestant or Catholic were prepared to fight shoulder to shoulder to de fend the Irish shores against a for eign foe and to preserve order He added I have in my possession and will shortly be able to present to the Irish volunteers several thousarr rifles I have information that the publicly theIrishequip and drill large numbers of them and I believe the day is near wUlhavepossessionHon leavIngother totheofLloYdGeorgepraisewIllIepopularhero thbodyunImmenseperature and boundless and united enthusiasm for war confront one everywhere Recruiting goes on with thatKltchenera third or even a fourth 4onged4 oftheenthusiasminIrelandmaking speech Southern Irelnndl1 unitLordan opponent of home rule summed up this transformation in declaring Dublin to Kaiser Wllllanl IB gratitude for having brought all classes and togethertoagainst the common enemy Dr McHugh the Catholic Bishop- of Derry writes In eloquent defense further Asquith to leave the defense of practicallytheand the order to send over English territorials to Ireland Is countermanded Distinguished Irish Generals will be soon sent to Ireland to take up the entire direction of the forces and guns and uniforms will be supplied Ireland may soon see Irishbarracksgarrisoned solely by Irish Nationalist soldiers This spectacle has Increased the extraordinary reapproachment be tween all creeds In the South of Ireland which followed Redmonds speech Protestant Peers continue to subscribe to the volunteers and to form and assume command of volun shopkeepersmy native town of Athlone have met to declare they would now wirow In their lot with their Catholic fellow countrymenOf neither Asquith nor Redmond will exploit the occasion to deprive Orangemen of any of their rights An amending bill will be offered immediately It an agreement can be reached but If not It will beVthe first business of the next session- In the autumn and no effort will bo wanting to meet all reasonable demands of Orangemen But on + lie anyCormonly two sots of volunteers are al lowed to cooperate in friendly spirit In defense of Ireland and if the same vork of reconciliation between the different Irish creeds goes on in Ulster as in the South a real reunion of all Ireland may result as ono of Europsfightmilitarist domination HANNAH JENNINGS Mrs Hannah Jennings widow of William Jennings and a highly re spected resident of New Albany for sixty years died Wednesday morning at her residence 908 East Market poorhealthflrmltles her death was unexpected Mrs Jennings was eightysix years old and was a native of Ireland Shortly after Tier marriage she came with her husband to America and located In New Albany in 1854 SheVis survived by three children Thomas Jennings and Misses Sarah and Mary Ann Jennings She WM an aunt of Capt Thomas Cannon NewAlbanyThe fftb8I j devout a cIJ IV V R KENTUOKY YY IsH AMERIOAN I KENTUCKYj IRISH flMERtGftN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY atrtied U the Social and Moral Uiucimemtrt at Irish Aaericaai and CaflnHea MansYInstitute and Catholic Knights of KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COrcorporttredublish r INSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Catered tt the LtaliTltU Pottacs M H eondCI natter AMreM all C8mulcitlit U tk KIHtUCK Y IIMSH AMeRICAN JI52I Wat ttuc St SATURDAY AUGUST 22 1914 LOUISVILLE KY POPEEarly Thursday morning pope Plus X the spiritual father of Christendom passed away at the Vatican in Rome leaving the whol world to mourn the loss of a great J sad isEspeciallyand good man the fact that his death was hastened bloodshed now Inandby the war Europe for the cessation of which he asked the prayors of the Christian world Pope Pius had given his Ute to religion and was tho true friend of the rich and poor his pontifical being marked by a loving and specs Interest In the masses of the poor The purity and purpose of his Ute were unquestionable and showed I largely the democracy of the Catholic church over which ho ruled While the world Is the poorer for his going the church and religion will move forward praying for the repose sof his soul THAT FOUL OATH The foul oath widely distribute and charged against the Knights sof Columbus received its quietus In the court at Waterville Minn when the editors and publishers t of the Mankato Journal wero given jail sentences for libel the foreman of the Jury being Rev Thomas Billings Methodist minister Following is the real pledge or obligation of the Knights of Columbus I swear to support the constitution of the United States I pledg myself as a Catholic citizen to enlighten myself fully upon my duties as a citizen and to conscientiously I perform such duties entirely in thp Interest of my country and regardless of all personal consequences I pledge myself to do all in my power to preserve the Integrity and purity of the ballot and to promot obedience and respect for law and order I promise to practice my religion openly and consistently but without ostentation and to so conduct myself in public affairs and IIn the exercise of public virtue as to reflect nothing but credit upon our Holy Church to the end that sin may flourish and our country prospe t to the greater honor and glory of GodThis action and the pledge above are what sensible people looked for and should put an end to one of the most vile libels imaginable- INCOMPREHENSIBLE If there Is anything more dis- quietinga to the soul of a true Irishman says the San Franclscc Leader it is to read the sycophan accounts of a parasite press which is telling us that in the event of England becoming involved In trouble with Germany that Ireland will remain loyal May we ask why will Ireland remain loyal or to what will Ireland remain loyal If England the butcher nation ol the world is to become involved in any trouble then let her get all that Is coming to her What excuse can Ireland have for remaining loyal Is there anything in the history of Ireland for the past seven hundred years that would make her rally to the defense of her persecutor now that she is facing difficulties Loyal Ireland Why It sounds too much like the Loyal Orange advertisements in our dally papers to ring true Let the Kings Own Scotch Borderers do the loyalty act by shooting down defenseless women and children but for Irish men to take the part of England while that detested country is en gaged In more of her brutal work the thought is simply incomprehensible CANAL OPENS Last Saturday the Panama canal was officially opened to the traffic of the world the United States steam ship Ancon making the Initial passage After almost four cen turies of effort by the leading nations of the world it remained for the United States to complete the task Balboa first saw the possibilities of n the canal in 161when he crossed the listhmus and found himself gazing on the Pacific ocean During the centuries that followed the Spanish the English and French became at dlfferrat times Interested in the great projeot put wltfeout BUCK MM That first app raMf of the Y1 tnlt5 Btat B 1the Paaaam oanal idea was in ItSIf wllthe rtt Kentuckian Henry Clay introduced a resolution In the United States Senate that resulted in the recom mendation of the present route as against the Nicaraguan Darien and Tchuantepec projects The work was done under the direction of Col Goethals and stands as one of the worlds greatest and most successful undertakings FRANCE By sundry Ignorant writers of thu present day France is referred to cas- a Catholic country The church has suffered more in what we call Calr France than In almost any other country in the world The Reign sof Terror was an example of French love for religion Priests and other innocent Catholics wero massacre in cold blood sacrdd objects were ruthlessly destroyed Christianity was all but obliterated To be sure the church did In time regain a strong footing but what do we see in France today Not murder as IIn the days of the terror but the Cath ollc clergy practically silenced Cath olic schools closed churches vacated O yes Franco is a Catholic country with a vengeance INGRATITUDE Every day people In all classes sof life have their feelings Jarred by ingratitude The father has his ungrateful son the mothers tends sensibilities are outraged by a self sufficient and impudent daughter the doctor feels the sting of unkindness in being paid for his devotion In calumny the priest is rewarded for his unselfishness in being underrated and Cowardly abused Now what Is the best way to treat Ingratitude that Shakespeare rightly calls a marblehearted fiend All things else being equal the way to escape the pangs of unrequited kindness is to give only what you must give and then not expectlnj thanks do not feel its absence lIt generosity was the cause of in gratitude cease being generous and you will save yourself the shock of thanklessness In this way you will punish the ingrate and in the same degree save yourself from suf ferlng No man should persecute himself and he does this when ho wanton gives to one who has shown himsel thankless a new opportunity to harass kindheartedness Let the goodnatured seek a new subject foi beneficence and not give an old one a chance to be twice ugly There are plenty of people who cordial appreciate thoughtfulness for- man a to be so foolish as to give and give again to those who returnee nothing but a scowl for not recelv Ing more Be kind to others but Just to yourself in not having your kindness an occasion to feel the bruise that blunt and brazen Ingratitude makes for Ingratitude hurts far more than a selfinflicted wound To cure It answer the fool with his folly and since giving brought yon pain ce giving the thankless A London dispatch to the New York Herald tells how the American wives of English nobility and others who live a great part of the time In ondon have organized a war relies und and a sewing society in aid of he John Bull army and among the umber mentions Mrs William Wal dorf Astor This is pretty good when It is recalled that Astor renounced America and became a naturalized Ingllshman Where should the Catholic child go to school The parochial school Where should the Catholic boy or girl go to school The Catholic high school Wherdv should the athollc young man or young woman go to school The Catholic college c onvent or university Pope Pius X after celebrating mass on the Feast of the Assumption In his private chapel in the presence of his sisters and niece and his entourage prayed at length for taco and the prevention of further b oodshed staining his pontificate American millionaires returning rom Europe in the steerage reads a newspaper headline Well whet of It asks the Catholic Advance Wasnt that the way the fathers and grandfathers of many of them lint came over to this country Getting the boy and girl ready for s11oo1lsa important duty of t athollc parent Start the ehildrenj- t t la the proper way and lav the roper plasmal llIlllllS0iET 1 1tnJJi Mrs Joe Kelly left last week for a visit to her mother In Nashville Miss Mamie Owens has Just returned from a visit to Sellersbur Ind Miss Nellie Higgins Is on a trip to Buffalo New York and Atlantl City Miss Lottie McCloy of Cllfto spent last week with friends 1In Goshen Capt Mike Cassln and family are spending the month at Dawson Springs Miss Virginia Murphy Is home from a months visit to friends in Virginia John F Oetken has been making a business tour of Indiana the past two weeks Mrs William Coylo of Jefferson vllle is visiting her daughter In Indianapolis Louisville visitors in New York last week Included R E Moran and L J Dittmar Miss Norma Kelran Is entertain ing as her guest Miss Annie Calla hap of Pulaski Miss Celesto Noe is homo from a visit to Miss Katie Redmond at Lebanon Junction Miss B Connaughton was this week n guest at the Hotel McAlphli In New York City Miss Julia Mullen of Jefferson vllle left last week for a visit with friends in Chicago Mrs Marion Ryan visited 11In Cloverport last week the guest of Mrs L B Perkins Mrs J F Grimes has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Elli Slack In Owensboro Misses Margaret Maloney and Annie McGill are home from their summer European trip Miss Martha Vlgllnf left Thursday to spend the remainder of the summer In Atlantic City Miss Anna King of 1619 Wes Broadway is spending a month at Lake Michigan resorts Miss Daisy Hannan had as hltr guest the past week Miss May Mulverhill of Cincinnati Mrs Henderson Rivers has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs C B Sullivan at Versailles Miss Mamie Hennessy of East Brecklnrldge street has been spend Ing her vacation at White Mills Miss Irene Stack has returned from a delightful visit to John M Casey and family at Shelbyvllle Misses Mao Atkins and Kate Clal have returned from a visit toI lamest Atkins at Birdsoye Ind Misses Margaret Leamey and Catherine Heffernan have returned from a visit to friends In Lebanon Mrs Elizabeth Burns of Clifton has had as her guests Mr and Mrs M Shelley and children of Trenton N J Misses Elizabeth and Mary Hanafee of New Albany are on ia- three weeks trip to Chicago and the lakes Mr and Mrs H H Fusti iof- Flora Heights have been entertain- Ing Mrs J H Mahoney of New HavenMiss Katherine Spaulding of Lebanon spent the week here as the guest of Mr and Mrs B S Mattlngly Mrs John Crawley and daughter Miss Anna of 730 South Thirteenth street are visiting relatives in Omaha Neb Miss Eulah Davern has bees spending the week at the home 01 Mrs John Crawley 730 South Thir teenth street Mrs Mary A Purcell and daughter Mrs William Chawk have been visiting in Cincinnati and Covington this past week Misses Virginia and Cora McFad den and Virginia Larkin of Port land have been spending a pleasant week in Cincinnati Mrs Conway Samuels Miss Maude Craig Dorsey Craig and Craig Sam lels of Jefforsonvllle have been isitlng in Cynthlana Thornton Flynn of St Louis has been here this past week on a vIsit to his parents Mr and Mrs John J lynn of Beechmont Misses Josephine Perry Mary oady and Mattie Scott are guests at Spring Bank Hotel Oconomowoc Lake Okauchee Wis Sojourning at West Baden this week were Mr and Mrs M J Ban non Miss Jessie Bannon and Miss E ampbell of this city T J Campion of Hynes t Co- w111 leave next week on his annual uslness trip through the western part of Now York State Miss Helen ORourke has returned from a weekend visit to liases Lula and Margaret Hen Iricks at Bowling Green Miss Mary Hogan and nieces Margaret and Mary returned Wednesday from French Lick Springs after a ten days stay Mrs Frank SchmJlt and sons rank and Cyril Ion East Breckin Irfdge left Saturday for a three reektf trip through the Bait Mine May Shaburne and Mrs a JJPOPPIUS X nnWW Dave Brown spent a pleasant week iin New Hope visiting Mr and Mn John Mastercon and other friends Miss Louise Reisert who has been spending the summer here with haunt Mrs George Wentzell wl11 leave soon for her home in SI LouisMisses Frances and Eleanor Mc- Kenna of Fairfield who are visiting In North Carolina will be the guests of Louisville friends before returning homeMrs Aud has just returne from an extended visit to her daughters Sisters Mary Austin and Sister Dorothea now at St Cecilias Academy at Nashville Louisville guests registered iat Grayson Springs this week were e Sheriff Al M Emler and wife H Emler and Mr and Mrs H Newman and son and daughter Mrs James Wathen and daughter Miss Otlle Wathen who are spending the summer with Mr and Mrs Andrew Corcoran In Cordyvllle Can will return the first of September Mr and Mrs Frank A Brotzg announce the engagement of their daughter Mary Magdalen to Henry C Herp The wedding will take place on the morning of September 2 A cablegram received Wednesda brought news to Thomas Keenan that his sister Miss Maggie Keenan who is on a European trip was safi and out of the danger line of the War Many friends will be rejoiced to learn that Mrs Michael Tynan 6g 6 East Breckinrldge is convalescent and recovering from an illness that for a time alarmed her family and relativesMr I Mrs John Weiss announce the engagement of thel daughter Olivia Katherine to Walter J Naber of New York Cltj formerly of Louisville The wedding will take place In October Miss Mary Ellen Gorman wilt en Certain with a euchre and lotto part Thlrtytlfthnight the proceeds to be for the benefit of the new building Mr and Mrs Joseph Schwierman of 463 Cherokee avenue Highland Park announce the engagement ot their daughter Rosalie to Mr Johi C Person the marriage to tale place at St Leos church in September The many friends of Miss Hatti Higgins throughout the City will be delighted to learn that everythfn points to a speedy recovery from thi Illness that has confined her to her home 732 South Twentyfourti street for the past two weeks REUNION AND PICNIC The annual reunion and picnic of 3t Leos church will take place on ho grounds adjoining the church in Highland Park next Thursday and he proceeds will be donated to the lund raised for the restoration of ho church which suffered quite a loss from fire last February An excellent dinner and supper will be served by the ladies of the congregation and there will be a euchre and otto in the afternoon at 3 oclock in idditlon to other amusements Many handsome prizes will be disposed of and the winner of the diamond ring for the largest sale of tickets will be announced during the evening The many friends of Father Fitzgerald in the city are urged to goat to Highland iPark either afternoon and evening and aid this worthy cause for the upbuilding of congregaIUonland Park every twenty minutes I THREESCORE Thomas Tarpy prominent in Oath llc society circles and a leader in the Travelers ProtectivoAssociatlon- lebrated his sixtieth birthday Thursday receiving congratulations from friends near and far Tom spent the day with the Knights of lolumbuB at Fern Grove where his activities passed him for twenty years younger ANOTHER DEATH RUMORED The report is current In Rome that Rev Eranclfl Xavier Wernz General of the Soelety of Jesus Is dead Up to the hour of going to press It has Ben impossible to confirm the re lIort I L 8NU31TS OP WJIBHS Ute News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The oldest member attending the Str Paul convention was P H Rahllly of Lake City Minn win is eightythree years old and sun activeFrom councils everywhere President Wilson received messages ot condolence expressing the sympathY of the Knights of Columbus in his sad bereavement- All the councils of Alameda county Cal are cooperating with their respective Chambers of Commerce In arranging for a spectacular observance of Columbus day October 12 by a three days carnival Louisville Knights and their families spent a pleasant day Thursday at Fern Grove Chairman Ton Tarpy and Thomas Ryan were everywhere looking after the comfort and entertainment of everybody The Knights of Columbus will be prominent in the parade tomorrow at the dedication of St Bernard church at Dayton in the diocese of Columbus The Knights of St John Hibernians and Covington Newport Ludlow Cole Brilliant and Latonli societies will also be in line MADE FIRST VOWS A solemn and Impressive ceremon was witnessed Sunday afternoon at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road when six young men made their first vows In the Passion 1st order They were Confraten Richard Basil Christopher Mat thlas and Brother Stephen Rev Father Alfred conducted the cere mony Confrater Basil is a son of Patrick Kllloran of St Aloysius parish The young men will now go to Chicago to pursue their studio at Norwood Park- TOOK LONG RIDE August Schonltt and wife and daughter Miss Freda accompanied by William E Ott and wife enjoYed a long automobile trip last week They visited Nazareth Academy and were pleasantly entertained by the Sisters and at Bardstown they viewed the Interior of the old Cathedral and the historic painting there Before returning they also motored to many points of interest in Nelson and adjacent counties CIOLDRENS GUARDIANS Simon R Hardman has been ap pointed Superintendent of the Board of Childrens Guardians succeeding Capt Julius Hlld who has bees suffering for seven months Iron paralysis For twenty years Superin tendent Hardman has been manage of the Federal Casualty Company and his business qualifications are such as to well fit him for his new duties In him the children will fins a true friend CONNELLY TWINS DEAD Mary Helen Connelly the second of the twins of Mr and Mrs W J Connolly of 427 North Twentieth street died Tuesday evening being three weeks and three days old out lying her brother William George who died when ten days old The bereaved parents have the sincere sympathy of their many friends and acquaintances in the loss of their tlrst born LAWN FETE The people of St Charles Bor omeo parish invite all friends of heir church to a grand lawn fete on he church grounds Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets on Tuesday and Wednesday September 1 and 2 An attractive feature will be the luncheon which will be served both lays Admission to the grounds rill be ten cents each ticket being entitled to a chance on a 5 gold pIece I DONT MISS THIS The Catholic Knights of America are completing arrangements for the only excursion of the year to Jasper Ind which takes place on Sunday August 30 over the Southern tallway President Ben Kruse and a number of committees will pro vide many pleasing features includ JnJa championship ball game while the Jasper Knights assure a great reception Capt Kunkel former Mlayor of Jasper has charge efaff- alrsat that end 1 CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisvlle Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic For Your Furniture Wants- II WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENErrt 425 427 and 429 East Market Street e I HERE ON A VISIT Very Rev J R Clark prior of St Louis Bertrands formerI but now located at Somerset has been here oh a visit the past ten days and during this week spent a few days with his father at Fairfield ESCAPED WITH BRUISES John McKeirnan of 733 East Ormsby avenue suffered paint bruises early Monday morning when a Jeffersonville interurban car struck and upset his wagon at Floyd and Madison streets He was removed to his home and given medical attention A son of the victim is at the Norton Infirmary recovery from Injuries received several weeks ago In an automobile accident WELCOME VISITOR John G Romer a leading attor ney of Celina Ohio was a visitor hero this week the guest of Gen Michael Reichert During his brie stay Mr Romer called upon the Kentucky Irish American to whom he spoke in loud praise of Louisvill and its people who gave him a reception that for surpassed his expectations JEFFERSONVILLE Next Wednesday there will be a monster picnic euchre and dramatic performance at Glenwood Park for the benefit of St Augustines churc In Jeffersonville In the afternoo there will be games contests and amusements galore and a ball gam between the boys of the church and the boys of St Marys Now Albany At night a threeact comedy drama Mrs Finnegans Ambition will be presented with vaudeville music and dancing after the performance The drama will introduce Misses Mar Gilhooley Nellie Patrick Emma Kennedy Margaret Constantine Marie Patrick and Bertha Heuser and Messrs James Mullen Jerr Osborne Pierce Dixon James ONell and William Dixon Father Halpli feels confident this will be the greatest picnic ever given in Jefersonville FRATERNAL UNDERSTANDING As an indication that not all of the American sentiment is antlGer man during the European war the following Is a copy of the resolution adopted at the recent National Hibernian convention held at Norfolk Va Resolved That the fraternal un derstandlng with the National Ger manAmerican Alliance be continued The fraternal feeling existing has accomplished much and the unity of effort directed toward the cjrcum vention of intrigues inimical to the Interests of both races has been eminently successful Such a union of races Is necessary to prevent the consummation of projects similar to the miscalled celebration of the hundred years of peace with Eng land and the periodic attempts to revive and complete an AngloAmerl1 can alliance The display of the Irish flag on German holidays and the interchange of social amenltlci Is commended and wo are ever ready to receive with sympathy the advances from other races actuated by similar sentiments and combine with them for defensive purposes SUNDAY BASEBALL A prominent Catholic priest recently expressed the following sentiments regarding Sunday baseball After we have assisted at the holy sacrifices of the mass heard the word of God and attended to the spiritual wants of our souls there Is not the least harm nor fault in witnessing a game of baseball on Sunday Certainly it is taken for granted that the ball park is in the outskirts of the city or In someplace where the noise or the cheers of the baseball enthusiasts will not disturb those wishing to worship God In the privacy of their dwellings and that rio intoxicating liquors are sold on the grounds nor gambling nor1 profane language permitted In fact with thees conditions fulfilled I un an advocate of Sunday baseball Ve must take human nature as we find it Sunday baseball to say the least takes the young men oUthe itreet corners where they see and bear things not at all elevating and In many cases demoralizing It gives them something to think and talk bout I hold that a game of baseball on Sunday is just as lawful as aklng an automobile ride or a cartage drive or visiting the park or taking social calls The thing in self Is not wrong and the end is rood namely Innocent pleasure In the ball park all classes meet on the level the rich and the poor the young and the old the business man and the laborer the professional man and the mechanic sit side by side nterested enthused find recreated and they return home bitter able to work and to pray o FONTAINE FERRY ITHE PARK BEAUTIFUL Xtragood VaudevilleA- ND I Free Concerts by Natiellos Band The Big Sanitary Swim ming Pool opens today Reserved seats on sale at T P Tayloa Drug Co No3 Fourth near Wa- lnutRIVERVIEW Loulsvtllis Great Aimistnint Park OPEN FOR THE SEASON AFTERNOON ADMISSION EREE Free Open Air Musicals Guzzardis Orchestra High Class Vaudeville Singers- Mr Diefenbach iit again In charge of the Spotless Kitchen Night admission five cents children accompanied by parents free FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NWCorner Fourth and Jefferso- nSUCIETYDIRECTORY J A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter CusickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan Sr- SergeantatArmsTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will- Iams Hall Thirteenth and Oa- kPresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice President jllatt J OBrien Recording Secr taryJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon Jr- TreasurerD J Doughert- ySergeantatArms 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 agaanTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas FaN ellSentinelt 3 McDermott Y lIX I JIACION COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice President John Kea ney Second Vice President Fret chulerRecording Secretary John nBarry Financial Secretary Will Cain Treasurer Sebastian HUbbucb Marshal Raymond E Schott Inside SentinelWl1UamSchott- outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive CommltteeF G Ad ams George Simonis Frank Geller w A Link Chas Schuler iai FIGHTING STRENGTH I The war strength of Germany and Austria totals l200OOOmener ranee and Russia 9600000rasa The population of Germany and Arts atslussia206000000 0 Ft KENT OKY YRTRH AMIRIGAIOT U rAnthraciter Xaverian Classical Scientific Moderate That Vacation Trip CAN NOT get alone a Camera We with 2 upwards will glad to explain SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING Jafdrirn Lculirllti +1 I Z I H 11111 Z It tJoZo Z Z 101 HHU DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers sorx PKCOJNJB S Cumb Main 2098a Homo City 2998 tnn I jlIBjONEBARR CUMBERLAND SONS MAIN 3971y I I 822 FUNERAL AND East DIRECTORSII GRAN W SMITHS SON AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 i 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET iI JI W i DR J TCHAWK t Veterinary i 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III t On YOU with out can fit you out one from We be 321 Wut Pres Vice Pin Steam Ave III 14 the tIi All the late and new Styles and ShapeI prlceaCallaad Quick Meal Gas RangesA- re Excellent Moat Excellent Specially adapted for the economical toe of natural gal n GEHER ft2 SON 21SWjIIIrk trkcw r HOLY FATHER Approves the Work of the Catholic Church Extension Society Spreading llclgii of Jesus Christ Says Cardinal Ulcrry Del Val Reports For the Past Year Show Good Society Has Done PLEASURE TO SUPREME PONTIFF i The President of the Catholic Church Extension Society has re ceived a letter from His Eminence Cardinal Merry del Val speaking highly of the work the society is accomplishing for the good of the church and religion In the different States of the American confederation This letter is in answer to the report sent to the Holy See for the fiscal year 191213 The report that your reverence has recently transmitted to the Holy See concerning the work of Extension Society during the fiscal year 191213 is a new and eloquent confirmation of the importance and In fluence that the same society is ever acquiring for the spreading of the reign of Jesus Christ in the dif ferent States of this American con federation I have read with true pleasure such a report writes His Eminence worth1offaithfully inform the Holy Father of I the same who as is well known to your reverence has already In various ways made known how great Is his benevolence and appreciation toward your worthy institution You may therefore easily imagine the satisfaction felt by the august Pontiff In learning just now of the new merits of your association during the lapsed year above mentioned and signally the favor procured by the same to the very poor diocese of Jaro in the Philippine Islands the precious contribution which pious and zealous ladies constituting them selves in special permanent committees brought to various works and to the daily progress of the society the edifying apostolate of the chil dren created during the last few years the coplus diffusion of the Instructive pamphlets the ever in creasing alms and the movement never Interrupted of the socalled chapel cars through which the most vital comforts of our most holy religion were brought to hundreds of faithful whose spiritual needs it iould not have been otherwise pos Bible to provide for in the farthest and most deserted regions Nor less a pleasure was that brought to the heart of the Supreme Pontiff In learning of the consoling results that Extension Society was enabled to obtain through the Second Congress of Missions which was solemnly celebrated In the city of Boston with the participation of numerous Bishops very many priests and laymen of every class and social position However your reverence has announced to me that a larger and more itemized account of the congress has been sent on Therefore if copius and evident are already the benefits that your Institution has already rendered to society and the church in your parts It is Just and dutiful that it be daily encouraged by the help of all those who morally and materially are in a position to make it ever progress and prosper It is the firm hope that his I august desire be efficaciously sec onded that the Holy Father while on one hand exhorts through me the good faithful of America to be generous toward that institution so providential for their fatherland on the other hand formulates the warmest prayers so that the venerable prelates of these dioceses may with out hesitation give the same institu tion their precious benevolence pro curing that as far as they may judge opportune it be repesented in stable and concrete form In their respective dioceses This seems to be the most rapid and efficacious means to give more diffusive stability to a work which in such brief time has become highly meritorious of the church or America as it is known to all that your society founded for the United States of America has for Its only object the propagation of the Catholic church within the limits of these t States So It Is logical to hopo that the generosity of those who together with inestimable treasure of the faith possess also that of earthly goods may always be more prompt and greater Inasmuch as they well j know that their offering is solely destined to the spiritual and moral welfare of their brother country menThe Cardinal Secretary of State I has always manifested a lively Inter est in the affairs of the Catholic Church Extension Society as has the Holy Father himself The needs of the poor missions are those that appeal I particularly to the paternal heart of His Holiness Plus X LOUD JOHN ROSS Lord John Ross who has accepted the chief responsibility for the Dub lin massacre Is a descendant of the Lord Ross who burned the White House the Capitol and the Con gressional Library in Washington one hundred years ago The Anglophiles who are going to celebrate the one hundred years of peace between this country and Gerat Britain do not care to recall that event Wiy not Issue a stamp to commemorate j it and thus emphasize more point achy the blessings qf peace I STy AUGUSTINE August 28 will be celebrated throughout the Catholic world as the fe stdayof one of the churchs greatest saints St Augustine who was born in 364 ik Tagasta la Africa He was brought up IB the Christian faith Jut without recely ing baptism An ambitious school boy of brilliant talents and violent passions he early lost both his faith and his innocence Ho persisted in his irreguldr life until he was thirty two Being then at Milan professing rhetoric he tells us that the faith of his childhood had regained posses sion of his intellect but that he could not as yet resolve to break the chains of evil habit One day how ever stung to the heart by the account of some sudden conversion he cried out The unlearned rise and storm haven and we with all our learning for lack of heart lie wallow Ing here He then withdrew Into a garden when a long and terrible conflict ensued Suddenly a young fresh voice he knew nbt whose breaks in upon his strife with the words Take and read and he lights upon the passage beginning Walk honestly as in tho day The battle was won Ho received bap tism he turned home and gave all to the poor At Hippo where lie set tied he wad consecrated Bishop in 395 For thirtyfive years he was the center of ecclesiastical life in Africa and the churchs mightiest champion against heresy whilst his writings have been everywhere ac cepted as one of the principal sources of devotional thought and theological speculation He died in 430 Of this great saint and doctor I of the church a nonCatholic his torian has said Compared with the great philosophers of past centuries and modern times he is the equal of them all among theologians he is undeniably the first and such has I been his Influence that none of tho fathers scholastics or reformers has surpassed it- SLEEP WITH MONKS Probably for the first time In his tory men In military uniform re cently slept In the cells of the monks of the Grand St Bernard Hospice 8110 feet high in the Alps Under the command of an Italian Colonel more than 200 future officers In the Italian army from the military acad emy at Turin arrived at the hospice The hospice has only 125 beds for tho public and there are always many travelers there but the Abbot was not upset by tho Invasion and welcomed the officers Room was found for al- lMeetmg Fathers Old Friend The old gentleman played a queer trick on mo the other night said a young man who does not mind being tho butt of a Joke now and then It was rather awkward for me at first but I suppose It was a good thing for me after all You know I used to feel that I had done myself an Injustice If I didnt go to the theater about five or six nights a week Maybe It wasnt always the theater but If it wasnt that it was a stag party or a poker game I neednt explain youve been with me frequently Well you also know how Im fixed in the line of business I work for my father and have to be at the office at 9 oclock in the morning just as the rest or the family are sitting down to breakfast In consequence I get my breakfast and leave the house before they are up But I cant complain of that I am doing exactly what the man who had my place before me did and between you and me I think I am drawing more salary than he did But thats neither here nor there In the evening I used to finish work about 5 oclock get dinner downtown and go to the theater or something else Been doing It for about a year and I swear when I figure back about the only times that I have seen my mother nnd sis ter have been at Sunday dinners Nothing unusual In that of course the same thing is true of hundreds of young men in Now York But they havent fathers like mine He came to me one afternoon and asked me it I had an engagement for tho night Yes I said Ive promised to go to the theater with Will Barnes How about tomorrow night he askedI replied that I had not figured that far ahead Well Id like to have you go somewhere with me said he IIAU right I said Wherell I meet you l You see he leaves the office about an hour before I get through He suggested the Hotel Astor at 730 and I was there prepared for the theater and a quiet lecture on late hours Ho had combined the two on several previous occasions But when he appeared that night he said he wanted me to call on a lady with him One I knew quite well when I was a young man he explained 11 We went out and started straight home II She Is stopping at our house ho said when I spoke of It I thought it strange that he should have made the appointment at the hotel under these circum stances but I said nothing Well we went In and I was In troduced with all formality to my mother and sister The situation struck me as ludicrous and I started to laugh but the laugh died away None of the three even smiled My mother and my sister shook hands with me and my mother said she remembered me as a boy but hadnt seen much of me lately Then she invited me to be seated- I tell you It wasnt a bit funny then although I can laugh over It now I sat down and she told me one or two anecdotes of my boyhood at which we all laughed a little Then we four played cards for a while When I finally retired I was cour teously Invited to call again I went upstairs feeling pretty small and doing a good deal of thinking And then asked tho young mans companion Then I made up my mind that my mother was a most entertaining lady and my sisterS very pretty and clever girl- IIABdnow1 Now I am going to call agaln as I have been doing quite regularly for the last month I enjoy their com pany and I propose to cultivate their acquaintance To be fashionable tea new Basque must wrinkle on the figure i UNUSUAL Alan in Many Respects Was the Founder of St lionavcn- tures AllcgniiY Nicholas Dcvcrcux Practical Catholic mid Progressive Irish American Sterling Honesty aunt Remark able Business Ability Won Great Wealth HELPED THE AMERICAN COLLEGE By James A Rooney LL D It was a very unusual thing in the early 60s for an Irish Catholic to amass a fortune but Nicholas Devereux of Utica N Y was a very unusual man in more respects than his sterling honesty and re markable business ability which won him vast wealth He was first of all a thorough practical Catholic a cul tured progressive IrishAmerican with pride in his faith and his father land that Was translated into prompt action when occasion presented His other most conspicuous characteristic was his openhanded and spon taneous generosity in his support of everything Catholic Among his most memorable benefactions was a donation of 10000 and 200 acres of land at Allegany in the diocese of Buffalo for the foundation of a Franciscan monas tery seminary and college under the patronage of t Bonaventure the cornerstone of which was laid by Bishop Timon of Buffalo August 23 1856 though he did not live to witness the ceremony as he died December 29 of tho previous year As a nucleus of the magnificent Institution which is a monument to his zeal and generosity he brought over from Ireland with him in 1854 six Franciscan Fathers to whom he presented the money and the land and who began work on the founda tion with the accustomed vigor of that order Mr Devereux died while the operations were under way and it was after his death that the cor nerstone was laid of the first building a Doric Corinthian structure Bishop Timon officiated assisted by Bishop Loughlin of Brook lyn and 2000 spectators were pres ent The occasion was given a civic aspect by the attendance of a large detachment of the Sixtyfourth Reg iment of militia and Lieut S B SewardThis was the beginning of the splendid group of buildings of today and the great regret was that the generous founder was not there to participate in the rejoicings the man who made all this YetI began life as a poor boy Devereux was born in Enniscorthy Ireland Juno 7 1791 and came to America so poor that when he put a gold coin on the plate In Old St Peters church Barclay street New York the Sunday after his arrival in 1806 he had but two others left His destination was Utica where his brother John C had already established himself In business In a few years they jointly founded the Utica Savings Bank and all his other un dertakings prospered He Invested in 400000 acres of fertile land In Alleghany and Cattaraugus counties and established there an Irish settlement In the founding of the North American College in Rome Mr Dovereux took the Initiative for he offered to be one of 100 Catholics to give 1000 each for the establish ment of a seminary In tho Eternal City for the education of American priests After his death his widow followed out his wishes in this re spect and tho result was tho opening of the American College by Pius IX in Rome in 1859 Mr Devereux was not above teach ing a class in the Sundayschool of St Johns church Utica and the prize he gave to his best scholars was a copy of the New Testament for he was such a lover of the Sacred Scripturesthat be had an edition of the New Testament printed at his own expense Mr Devereux married Mary D Butler In 1817 and two children blessed the union His daughter Hannah became the wife of the late United States Senator Francis Ker nan and his daughter Mary entered the order of the Sisters of Mercy in Houston street New York where she was known In religion as Mother Mary Joseph LATEST IN STYLES Long coats are In favor Tasseled trimmings will be mod ish Satins will lead among silken goodsThe broad brimmed hat Is In fash Ion again Two or three tiered skirts are still in favor Whites capes are worn with black taffeta gowns A touch of color on lingerie Is now tho thing Black Chantllly lace Is used to trim white frocks The tailored collar is one of fash Ions promises for fall The bowl shaped hat Is always popular for little girls There is a splash of brilliant color on almost every dross WithtightmUng rMANY WOMEN WORK Sixtyfour years 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KENTUCKY AMERICAN VEST QZ31CI1K BTRBET I l2+ tHotHHtuJ + Jt+ + + JtUt + 01 Ho+H+4 FRANK A OHLMANN I I GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND You Can Make a Square Meal Of Our Round Steak j cuM Pfcew Yale 3671 HWBI Pbow City 5252 I i+ + + ltU + + + + ooH + + rrHooJ 900 Street +H tf HAY FEVERDoctors say take a trip We say Take LESELIA and ROSELIA They Cost Little But They Cure Hay Fever NONE GtsulNf WI1N0 T t SIG IflORSALE BY IALL DEPOSITS IRISH VEGETABLES EU u Nib xANaLT Franklin K FIRST CLASSii I I Leselia LOUISVILLE FeverINCORPORATED KENTUCKY Remedies CoII AWNINOSANDTENTsl A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than anyone hire Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST IT Lu i HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes There was a big initiation Sunday night in San Francisco The State convention will con vene on Monday September 14 Juvenile divisions have a member ship of 1775 which Is being steadily Increased Charles S Ualdy the new Post office Superintendent Is a member of Division 4- Everywhere preparations are be ing mado for the State conventions soon to be held New Hampshire Hlberntans will observe Labor day with a clam bake and field day at Concord The total assets of the order In this country aggregate 2020467 which is not a poor showing Divisions 3 und 4 will elect alternates to the State convention a their meetings Monday night The Illinoio State convention me Tuesday in Quincy and did not ad journ untllThursday evening Troy is one of the most Celtic cities in the Empire State having four divisions of the Ancient Order National President McLaughlins I first letter has made a most favorable Impression on the membership at large Fort Wayne Hibernians today are having their Irish day Celebration the greatest event ever featured iInl Robinson Park The Ladles Auxiliary of Man chester N H voted a generous donation toward the cause of homet rule for Ireland Division 16 of Lynn Mass hasI amalgamated with Division 10 mak ing it one of the largest In the city the membership being 600 For sick and funeral benefits dur ing the past two years the Ancient Order expended 848289 and for charitable purposes 100118 The Ladles Auxiliary of Water town N Y will redecorate the room in the Sisters Hospital whichi they furnished some years ago Every member of Division should attend the meeting on Sep tember 1 when delegates to the State convention must be elected The Standing Committee shout have an Important report for the nex meeting of Division 1 one that will affect the Interests of every member With the approach of cooler weather the announcement of a initiation from Division 3 or 4 IIs expected both having many appli cantsThe three days New York Stat convention held at Troy closed wit a big banquet Thursday night at I1 which Gov Glynn was one of the I speakersAt banquet in honor of the Iowa State convention at Des Moines next week Bishop Dowling Mons wlJlrespondCouncilman Tom Dolans remarks s Tuesday night stirred the members of Division 1 Tie wants the mother division to occupy first place where she stood for many years In the parade to the Cathedral preceding the opening of the California State convention at San Fran cisco the members of tho Ladles Auxiliary dressed in white County Financial Secretary Lan gan and County Recording Secretary OKeefe will have alternates chosen to represent them at the State con vention in their respectJve divisions Hibernians of Dover N H not satisfied with raising 300 for the Irish volunteers and home rule have concluded to raise a company that will be ready to answer the call t armsHeaded by the Hibernian Rifles the divisions and auxiliaries of San Francisco filled St Marys Cathedral last Sunday morning when the State convention mass was celebrnted The convention was in session until Wednesday evening TWIN CITY LEAGUE The Knights of Columbus team sprung a surprise in the Catholic Baseball League Sunday by defeating the strong Imperials by a 6 to 3 score this being the first win of the K of C boys since the secured a franchise The Champions had a narrow escape only winning out over Mackin Council in the ninth inning securing two scores on an error the game finishing 6 fo 4 The Olympics also won a close con test stopping the winning streak of the Shamrocks In a 6 to 6 game ob taining the winning run in the ninth inning The Bruins took the Trin ity team into camp In a 12 t06game both teams having an off day in their fielding but made twelve hits each With only five games more to play thfc pennant flag lies between the Champions and Olympics and In all probability the game of Sunday September 6 be tween these two will decide There la a possibility that the tie may be broken tomorrow the Champions meeting a strong team in the Bruins while the Olympics should have easy sailing with the K of C team ac cording to past performances In meetMackinperials The standing to date PctChampionsOOlymppics14 2 8- 75BrulnslO 6 625 Shamrocks 0 7 562 Imperials 6 10 375 Trinity 6 10 375 Mackln 3 13 188 Knights Columbus 2 14 125 RIVERVIEWl i The delightful weather and River view Parks many attractions continue to draw large crowds of amusement seekers to that popular pleas ure resort Eva Chambers continues to delight Rlvervlew patrons with new travesties and Senora has also been well received The dancing pavilion which la In charge of Prof presentsnewfollowers of terpalchore while the Spotless Kitchen testers to all who enjoy the good sating and excellent MnrlMI I n- a I j I If l1 I A Reverend Experience ti Vespers Tenn August 1912 I I was a nervous wreck from Indigestion melancholy and almnot crazy but since I took Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonie my mind la relieved and the melancholy and the blues are away from me I thank God for the Tonic and am telling I people what a good medicine Its la DraT LoganNwith a tremorlike aensatlon In my arms I tried I became quite nervous at timei and hands and disturbance more or le In my head like dull pain did not care for society but Pastor Koenlga Nerve- relievedTonlo the trouble Rev J B MeIster of Detroit Mich writes Pastor Koeniga Nerve Tontc i- agreat blessing and an enormbus benefactor to the suffering FREEA Valuable Book on Neir Diseases and a Sample to tar ddreti Poor pa alto Set the medicine free Prepared by REV FATHER KOENIO el Fort Wayne Ind 1ncd876 and now by tbe KOENIG MED CO Chicago Ills Deaxbcrnt 6fer5te t AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events In the Catholic His tory of America By James A Rooney LL D August 24 1674 Bishop Calderon of Santiago de Cuba visited Flor ida and administered minor ordersJ to seven young men at St Augus tine first conferring of holy orders in this country he also confirmed 13162 persons August 26U03The Right Rev Charles J OReilly rector of the Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Portland Ore and edito of the Catholic Sentinel conse crated first Bishop of Baker City born in St John New Brunswick January 4 1862 ordained at Portland l June 29 3890 August 26 18774eath at Poln Clear Ala of Raphael Somme C S N commander of the Con 1federate cruiser Alabama burled In Catholic cemetery at Mobile his grandson the Rev O M Sommes became a Jesuit thtauthorities of the order in Rom establishing the new province of the Augustinian Fathers in theI United States to be known asI ttthe province of Our Lady of Goodl Counsel August 281913Death in his forty eighth year of the Right Rev whithrector St Michaels church Brooklyn born In Brooklyn Janu ary 28 1866 ordained by Car dinal Parocchl in St John Laterans Rome May 31 1890 August 29 1884 Centennial of burial of Father Junipero Serra early Franciscan missionary i California and Mexico made at legal holiday in California and monument to him erected In Monterey by Mrs Stanford a non Catholic 4 RECENT DEATHS The last sad rites over the remains of Mrs Bridget Donahue took place Wednesday morning from the Cathe dral many old friends attending the mass of requiem as a mark of re ipect Mrs Donahue was the venerable and beloved another of Mrs Mary Fahey 736 South Seventh streetrThe funeral of Andrew Vogel took place Wednesday morning from St seventyothree years old and until stricken with dropsy had been In the employ of the city Surviving him are two sons Jacob and Theodore Vogel and two daughters Mrs Susan Mc Grath and Mrs Anna Kronenberger Mrs Margaret Connlff McMahon aged fiftysix years and a highly es teemed member of the Dominican congregation succumbed Tuesday to brain fever after an Illness of six weeks She was the widow of Pat rick McMahon and resided at 1724 Prentice street A son and three daughters survive her The funeral was held Thursday morning from St Louis Bertrands church St Columbas church lost another of Its devout members when Mrs Mary Cecil was called into eternity Sunday night her death resulting from a complication of diseases She is survived by her husband Adrian Cecil 410 North Thirtyfourth street and three small children for whom Is felt most sincere sympathy The funeral took place Tuesday morning Rev Father Kalaher conducting the solemn obsequies In the passing of Mark F Morris whose death occurred Tuesday morn ing at his home 1005 Baxter avenue Louisville loses d valued citizen St Brlgids church one of its staunchest members and his wife who was Miss Mary Klapheke a loving husband Mr Morris was thirtynine years old rand a native of Ireland and in this city had been engaged in business as- a master plumber The funeral was held Thursday morning attended by many mourning friends and the Knights of Columbus of which he was a member Emmet White aged twentyone son of Mrs Elizabeth White 1043 South Twelfth street died Sunday afternoon after a long illness of tuberculosis Until his Illness he was employed by the Louisvllle Gas and Electric Company and was popular with his fellowworkers and asso ciates who deeply mourn his death Besides his mother he is survived by two brothers Charles and James White Funeral services were hold Tuesday morning from st Louis Bertrands church attended by many relatives and acquaintances ST ANTHONYS The Rev Father Seraphim AnthonyschurchN Yi where he attended the annual chapter of the Order of Minor Con ventuals and spent his vacation vl ltlag frlwid aid relatives I I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Miss diary McGinley Portsalon died suddenly after bathing In Lough Swllly Regret is expressed in National and athletic circles in Athy at the departure from the town of JI J Doyle Robert H Smyth has been co opted a member of the Derry Harbor Board in room of the late George ZeIs felt at the death of John Somervllle of Balllnamallard who was a member of the Fermanagh County Council At the great military tournament of the Irish volunteers of Connacht held recently in Castlebar over 20000 people were present The fifth vessel built by the North of Ireland Shipbuilding Company was recently launched at Derry She is designed to carry 3376 tons of cargo The Tyrone County Council has passed 12000 for the purchase of Dungannon House which is to be utilized as a sanatorium for the county Countess Annesley performed the ceremony of switching on the electric light at the inauguration of the new system of lighting in Newcastle County Down The death has occurred after a brief Illness of William L Fltz gerald of Llstowel He was a mem theJA resolution protesting against the arms proclamation was passed unanimously at a meeting of the Ad ministration Committee of the First Fermanagh Battalion Irish volun teers flayninerof Waterford died suddenly An Inquest was held and In accordance Vlth the testimony the Jury returned a verdict that death was due to heart diseaseLawrence farmertreturning frojn Abbeyfeale fell over the rail of his spineliedays later At an indignation meeting held at byeresolutionewas passed denouncing the murders committed in the streets of Dublin on Sunday July 26 There was a big display of Na tional volunteers in CarrlckonShan non when companies attended from Gowel Drumllon Leitrlm and other routeIthe local corps Nearly 10000 persons assembled at SS Cuan and Brogans Well at Mothel near CarrlckonSulr In celebration of the feast day when a handsome statue of the Blessed Virgin was unveiled by Rev Father nIt is reported in Athlono that the military authorities have issued a againstidentifyingNational volunteers but It is added that in the majority of cases the warning has been disregarded- A fatal accident occurred recently at Foynes as Michael Murphy of Klldysart when shoving off his boat fellefeet deep and when his assistant brought him out life was extinct An Inspection of volunteers took place at Strokes town 2062 men of Regimentbeing RoscoI1monCentralCommlttee Major Duffy late of the Egyptian army MINNEAPOLIS TOMORROW Minneapolisteamfirst of a fourgame series with the Colonels and many of the fans will get their first glimpse of the play ers who have succeeded Rossman Burns Clymer and other regulars of yearnIncidentallyone of the games against his old teammates during the series and why he was released is a mystery to many of the dope students his work In the box being first class his con j trol excellent and he will win many games for the Colonels with the fairest amount of support and hitting I behind him The acquisition of f Danforth and Burns shows that Owner Wathen Is making an earnest effort to capture the pennant flag and should receive the loyal support of the fans during the home stay of the team The baseball public should also be appreciative of the attempt to put a quietus on the shoestring gamblers who are a detri ment to the game and who in the face of a possible loss vent their spleen on the players- FONTi1INE FERRY There is no diminution in the at tendance at Fontaine Ferry where Manager Bllgor Is presenting a pro gramme of exceptional merit For next week Is promised one of the best vaudeville bills of the season one that will crowd the theater every afternoon and night Natiello and his band are presenting new daily and delight numbersiitheir free open air concerts imlngi Father Philip an eloquent orator of the Passlonist pulpItIIseveral years stationed at Heart Monastery on the road has gone to St Paul Kas where he will fill the chair of sacred = oratory at the St Francis Mission ary Institute COVINGTON On the return of Right Tier C P Maee Bishop of Covington who was last heard from in Antwerp Belgium the new chapel of the St Elizabeth Hospital in his See oltyWlU be dedicated Itwas tohaY8 takes plaoe next week HERMAN STRAUS 3 SONS g FOURTH AVENUE 4vcovpcgAt MARKET STREET i EXPANSION SALE BARGAINS 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 Trustworthy fresh dependable and actualvalues are what make the Straus Linen preferable t 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 SilkIe Moires Wool Poplins and Serges all this seasons goods and up to date We Give and Redeem ProfitSharing Certificates HIIIIII It S 11111111111111 II MI IS 1111111111 II t u NO HIGHER PRICES ON COFFEE Mutinys Coffees are Unchanged In Quality and Pries Special Blend Santos 25c Blended Coffeevery fine 30c Mocha and Java35c or 3 lbs 100 WE GIVE SURETY COUPONS JOHN M MULLOY MilO Pbon ijaj fi19 W MARKIDT TREBT Ie PRESENTATION ACADEMY Northeast Corner Fourth and Breckmridge Streets A Day School conducted by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth KentuckyThe aim of the Institution is to give an education at once religious 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 Embroidery Plain Sewing etc School reopens Tuesday September 8 f SAORED HEART ACADEMY The Ursnlino 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 Comp mercial and Academic Courses and special attention is given the studv of Music and Art Lessons in Needle Work are included in the curriculum For information address the AcademytvH tetxtieu wvrtts wtn i i = INCORPORATED J V1HOLESALE AND RETAIL = PHONESOUTH 25w CITY 1866 K444- N4 NNE N GERMAN BANKWe Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS 124 SOUTH FIFTH STREETBETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET Pending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market JoM4441W14I 414H 1 1111111111 II S I II IIII It III lit11111 I FINH WINKS OBAMPAGNBS AL KOLB323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGAR 1 D r