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WE DO 4 FIRST Give This Next VOLUME XXXIII NO 9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS n INTEREST Now Centers in Election of the Successor to Popo Pius X Outline of Many Peculiar Details Connected With Great Ceremony Cardinals Will Assemble For First Time in Now Palace of Conclave DETAILS AND MANNER OF VOTING Th9 next conclave which will choose a successor to Pope Pius X Is a subject of pregnant Interest to the Catholic world and to those outside the church as well Follow- Ing Is an outline of the many cerepeculiarofmonychurch will be elected Nine days after the death of the Pope the conclave meets to choosy his successor The gathering takes Us name from the fact that the Cardinals are locked up in conclave and shut off from all com munication with the outer world The next conclave will be the first to meet in the huge building constructed several years ago in the andreari which is known as the Palace of the Conclave The palace has 200 seventyapartments stitute the accommodations needed for one of the Cardinals when all come together to elect a Pope On the day of the conclave all are summoned from their rooms by a bell thrice rung and repair to the assembly chamber From this moment until the result of the voting Is an nounced they have no communication save with the Vatican officials Their clothing and even their food is searched lest they should contain correspondence from outside conAfterclave is formally assembled early thnextchapel where a desk has been provided for each Cardinal In the middle of the hall are six tables and behind these an altar Immediately 4In front of the altar Is a table on whlcif aVe two chalices for holding the ballots Before proceeding fur ther a search is made to assure t- heconclavethose entitled to vote are present Each Cardinal writes the name of the candidate he would elect in the center of the voting ticket This is of an oblong form prepared accord- Ing to the directions of the bull of Gregory XV At the foot of the altar the voter lifts up his hand and exhibits the ticket between his thumb and finger He then kneels and prays for a moment after which toheelect him whom according to God he thinks ought to be elected He then puts the ticket on the paten and slips it from thence into the chalice which he covers up again Then he makes anew a reverence before the altar and returns to his placeWhen all have voted in like manner the six tellers examine the papers and proclaim the result If no Car dinal has obtained the required number of votes twothirds of the number of Cardinals presentthe result is declared void and the voting papers collected together are burned in a brazier with damp straw the dense smoke from which issues through a particular chimney visible from outside and proclaims to the outer world that no election has taken place- Heretofore the closing of the ballots has closed the session of the day and the conclave has adjourned until the evening Five years ago however Pope Pius X Introduded an important change in the method of electing his successor Instead ot having but two ballots each day the new ruling provides fqr four ballots two In the morning and two In the evening Thus the conclaves in future are expected to take Just half the time occupied during the llost seven centuries Proceeding with the election by ballot voting Is con tinued on the lines indicated until a choice Is reached The result is then announced by the ringing of a bell and all the senior Cardinals ad vance to the place occupied by the f newly elected Pontiff and inquire if ho accepts the election On receiv ing an affirmative answer he is at once saluted by the entire college The new Pope then retires to robe himself in the Pontifical vestments On his return the fishermans ring Is placed on his finger and the new Vicar of Christ gives his solemn benediction to the members of the Sacred College from the steps pf the altarThe Papal Chamberlain announces the election from the balcony of St Peters to the assembled multitudes Finally the new Pope Is then led to the balcony of St Peters from which he blesses the people assein bled thereI OPEItATIQN POSTPONED Circuit Clerk James C Rogers of promvlnenttAte 1It at 9t Josephs Infirmary under observation and treatment of pr Irvine Abel Mr Rogers has bn suffering for the past year or two with trouble In kk right knee jrhlehlft now rendered this limb stiff and practically useless necqt eltaUng the urn of crutches by him cr ttq t f 11J FJ KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Mr Rogers came to St Josephs with I the purpose of having an operation performed on his knee but Dr Abel has decided to postpone the opera tlon until some future when perhaps it can be more clearly de termined the exact cause of the trouble His many friends in Lex ington and elsewhere await with in terest the outcome of his stay at St Josephs and trust that it may result in a perfect diagnosis and permanent relief for his peculiar affliction AFTER FIFTY YEARS s The Rev Brother Boniface who In his boyhood days was Bernard Gruber began last Monday at St Vincent do Pauls church the cele bration of his golden jubilee as a member of the Xaverian Brothers A solemn high mass was sung at St Vincent de Pauls all the priests on the altar being former pupils of the jubilarian The pastor the Rev Father A J Thome was celebrant assisted by the Rev Father George A Weiss of St Georges church and the Rev Father George W Schuh mann D D of St Johns church Father Dominick whoso name be fore he entered the priesthood was Henry Barthols now prior of St Mclnrads Academy also was taught by Brother Boniface After the mass Brother Boniface was honor guest at a banquet at the Tyler Hotel at which were seated a number of priests who were his pupils at the old St Xaverlans College on Fourth street members of the Xaverian Brothers In the local retreat and Louisville friends and relatives The mass and banquet in honor of the jubtliarian were preliminaries to the formal celebration to be held in Worcester Mass where he now Is stationed His visit to relatives in Louisville was made possible through a special privilege granted by the Provincial of the order Tuesday evening Brother Boniface was honor guest at a largely at tended reception at the residence of Officer J A Pryle 1216 Jackson street and on Wednesday he was entertained at a reception and din tier at St Xaviers College Brother Boniface began his studies here when fourteen years old and later taught at the parochial schools of St Martins church the Church of the Immaculate Concep tion on Eighth street and the old St Xaviers College PHILIP MGOVERN There passed out of the life of Louisville on Friday night of the past week a man whose very name was the synonym for truth and nobility charity and brotherly love and strength of character united with n conception of duty such as few ii McGoverniVforSr I carter died at his home on Boiling avenue fortified by the sacraments of the church and surrounded by his wife and children death coming after an illness of nearly two months The news that he was dead sped fast over the city and from every quarter the people thronged the spacious home en shrouded In sorrow to offer sympathy to the bereaved fomlly for affectionately friend Besides his wife he leaves one son and four daughters The morningfromhe was a faithful pioneer member Rev Father Weiss was the celebrant of the high mass of requiem and in the sermon paid feeling tribute to the deceased whoso death inflicted a severe loss to the parish- HENDERSON MaryManionHolyNameand Henderson a woman whose remarkable character and Christian qualifications endeared her to count less friends who mourn her loss Mrs Manion was the mother of Peter Manion and one of the first parish HolyNamefigure In all work connected with the building up of the parish and she gave her support In all under takings Her life was an example attendingtopracticing the commandments of Holy Mother Church Her funeral requiemhighFather Edward Lynch CATHOLIC ORPHAN SOCIETY Theregular monthly meeting of CatholicOrphanBrlgids Hall on August 21 Present wore the Right Rev Bishop ODon buttwomadeJtsflnal tobegratifyIng organizedS9mo rhomasHomehave the water pipes to the building and electric lights installed 1 OATHOLIQPIOTURES Under the leadership of Dr Conde Pallen head of the Catholic Encyclopaedia and a prominent Cath olic layman the Catholic Film As atAlbanyN500000 to buy and dlsribute educa toCatholicsocieties The association later hopes whereepictureswjllbe made for the present itwill content dIteeU with buying the work produced by the regular films companies i I t f rj x r y h 1 JUNIOR ORDER Strikes Sung in Promoting Their Interest IDnI Dnii Banner Council Bulletin Whines l at I Members For Fear to March t Will Never Need to Mourn For Any Member Killed in War t EDUCATIONAL BOARD DICTATORS I Since the expose in the columns of the Kentucky Irish American that the proposed parade and celebration for Fraternal day September 12 was nothing but n move pure and simple to give the Junior Order or United American Mechanics a little touch of respectability so to speak many of the local camps and tribes of the Woodmen of the World and Red Men who became allied with the move on first Invitation be lieving that It was for all societies regardless of religious creed have reconsidered their determination to enter the two largest societies of Red Men and Woodmen of the World this past week refusing to be used as an auxiliary In boosting the Junior Order The promoters see Ing the probable failure of their pet project and realizing that many of their own members wont march In public alone have begun to exhort them to fall into line the ofllclal bulletin of Banner Council this week containing the same old hodge podge and empty harangues about the Junior Order being the defenders of our American institutions it is to laugh urging them to hurry up and I purchase a uniform and be prepared- to march behind the little red school house float I In another article to the bulletin for members the Democratic party 1s referred to as the pet party of the Knights of Columbus Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Young Mens Institute and wants to know why the Y M I did not rally to the support of Lawrence J Mackey In his race for Congress and thereby gives the lie to their old boasted as sertions that the Catholics as a rule vote forCathollcolnelectlona Furthermore the writer loftily states that the Junior Order has not decided Just yet whether they will Indorse the present Board of Educa tion for reelection and in the event of certain contingencies intimates that they will select and indorse three members of their own for the board This is pretty good coming from that sourcethey to select and dictate officials for the whole peo cajolerYtandday they are having a hard time f getting a corporals guard that are willing to even be seen in line with them in public As a further Indica tion of the A P A spirit behind this unAmerican society the bulletin contains a poem of the Menace type which contains a lot of doggerel about Romish vipers and driving the Jesuit minions across the seas etc being the sort of literature which appeals to ignorant and prejudiced minds Only recently the Junior Order assisted by the Guardians of Liberty and other A P A societies were busy telegraphing different Congress men and Senators to voto for the proposed Immigration bill their sole purpose being an attack on the Catholic church whose tremendous growth frightens them and when queried by several representatives concerning the real object of the bill they lamely explained that they were in fear of an overcrowding of population when the 90000000 people In this country could be dumped into the State of Texas and would not be as densely populated as Germany which is over prosperous and the people satisfied For socalled faternal days and patriotic celebrations the Junior Order furnishes some of the best little flag wavers In the business but there is one observance they will never be needed to tape part In and that is a memorial day celebration or day of mourning for any of their members killed in war the recent showingthatman and American Catholics were in the front ranks ready to shed their countryIIt ELECT ALTERNATES meetingMondayselected the folowing delegates and alternates to attend the State con CovlngtonSeptember DelegatesJohnHJ Barry Thomas J Langan Patrick Connelly and John J Score Alter MitchellJosephLenihanDivision 3 also met Monday evening being a specially lled see slon to elect alternates to the conventions the followIng officers going as delegates John M Maloney Matt J OBrien John J Heslon John P Price and D J Dougherty The fJAQuinnMartinSheehanThe convention wll be baldIn t PatrlekaAu dltrlrolIourUianflPhiladelphia streets and the dale A J COMING EVENTS August 30 Catholic Knights an nual excursion to gasper Ind August 31 and September 1 Lawn fete for benefit of St Michaels church on church lawn 220 South BrookSeptember 6 Trinity Council an nual 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 21 Afternoon and night festival and bazar for benefit of St Williams church on parish grounds Thirteenth and Oak September 22 Euchre and lotto at Bertrand Hall for benefit of St Louis Bertrand church OOOOONN001000NOOOOOON gates from here will leave on Sun day morning September 3 arrange mints being made to entertain them on their arrival Sunday afternoon The convention will be opened with mass on Monday rooming Rev T J McCaffrey to be the celebrant RECENT DEATHS j I The last solemn rites over the re mains of Edward W Byrne for years a resident of the West End were held Tuesday morning at St Pat ricks church His death occurred Saturday at his home 1720 High street Besides his wife and an in fant child he is survived by three sisters and two brothers I Mho Marie Crutcher twentysix years old daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry H Crutcher 821 South Twentythird street died Monday morning leaving a wide circle of friends and relatives who mourn her death The funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Charles church Rev Father Ratfo conducting the solemn obsequies To the bereaved parents is tendered the sympathy of many friends 1 Friends and relatives were deeply grieved to learn of the death of Mrs Clements Fangman Sr which occurred Sunday evening at her home Jackson and Marshall streets Mrs Fangman was seventysix years old and was well until Saturday morning when she was stricken with pneumonia She is survived by her husband three daughters Mrs M Madden Mrs Albert Koertner and Mrs Joseph Rickert and one son Clements Fangman Jr The funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Boniface church where for many years she was a regular and devout communicant I Mrs Louise Schalda beloved wife of John Schalda Q49 Logan street who had been long 111 was relieved of her earthly suffering Saturday t forttflecTby thalfiStsScramenffana ready for the call Into eternity Mrs Schalda was held In high esteem by all who knew her and In her home life she was an exemplary wife and Christian mother who was ever devoted to her family and ready to assist her neighbor She Is survived by her husband a son Fred A Schalda and a daughter Miss Helena Schalda Her funeral was held Tuesday morning from Holy Trinity church and was largely at tendedII I The annual excursion and outing of the Catholic Knights tomorrow lo Jasper Ind will be the big attrac tion of the season Meetings were held this week at which committees reported every arrangement perfected for the comfort and conveni ence of the hundreds who will make the trip The excursion will be via the Southern railway the train leav ing the Seventhstreet station at 745 sharp Provision has been made or- an abundance of refreshments and none will go hungry As heretofore stated exMayor Kunkel has grant ed the use of his hall where a re ception will be tendered the visitors while various forms of entertainment have been promised by tho Jasper people This will be the only ex cursion of the year to Jasper and many will take advantage of the op portunity to visit old friends and old homes There will be an excel lent train service and the return trip will be made in ample time toII get street cars to all parts of the city REOPENING OF HALL At a meeting of the men of St Louis Bertrands church parish Mon day evening It was decided to reopen j Bertrand Hall With a euchre and lotto on Tuesday September 22 thb hall having been newly decorated and painted and shower baths In stalled for the benefit of the parish FatherCrowleyI paring to install handball lawnII tennis and basket ball courts church grounds and the men of the congregation have pledged their hearty support in the undertaking The Committee of Arrangements for the euchre and lotto are S J Mc Elliott Chairman W P McDonogh Secretary John A Doyle John J Barry John H Hennessy and Harry T Colgan NARROW ESCAPE Valentino Besendorf and wife and son William 1459 South Shelby and Henry Gude and wife 1821 South Preston narrowly escaped Injury Sunday afternoon They were on their way to St Josephs Orphan Asylum and when crossing the rail road tracks at the entrance their automobile was struck by an Inbound Louisville Nashville passenger train While all were shaken up by the collision they escaped injury but the women suffered severe neithergatesthe driveway vanS railroad tracks adl- a clump of trees and bughee ob approachlllgiratia WILSON I I Republican Senatorial Nominee Planning a Vigorous Campaign Frank McGrath and George W Long Mentioned For Campaign Chairmen Progressive Party Not Expected to Figure in November Results TWO OUT FOR JAIL PHYSICIAN theDemocratic forCampaignwhich Is September 1 giving them conducttheirofUnitedshort term and In the eleven Con gressional districts It has been rumored that exUnited States Mar chosenbypersonal friend of exGov Wlllson hisIQngHousemadebothDemocratsRepublicansthroughout I manyrlendswoulddelightallprobabilitytheChairman latterbeingthese two if not choosing Mr Long friendsThe ortheprimaryshowingI Roosevelt vote to that party only castInpercenthereInshowIng sidered even a contender in the coming election and bears out the prediction that the bulk of them thoGThe suggestion has been made theQemdcratlcpartycould selection In choosing Frank McGrath as the State Campaign Chairman thectnclnnaUEnquirer papers throughout this State many commenting on the fact that Mr McGrath has brought the Democracy StateInthe history of the party proving him to be a real leader It is a case of Utelocalious or desirous of the Chairman entailed satisfied to continue as Chairman of the local committee In which he has thesameherelocallymittee have an uphill fight to carry the Fifth district for Beckham In the coming election this being his opponents exGov Willson hometown and the latter Is naturally strong the statement having been made at the meeting of the Republi can State Central Committee that Wlllson would carry Louisville by optimisticto mains nevertheless that the result will depend upon whether Beckham can make his peace with the anti prohibition men throughout the State many of whom are at present outspoken against his candidacy while many are pursuing our Presi dents motto of watchful waiting to see where Beckham and his friends standSeveral of the leaders of the local Democracy and among them officeholders In the City Hall have pohpoohed the Idea of Beckham not having easy sailing but these same critics do not take into consid eration that Burton Vance will not cut much figure In the race thereby allowing former Progressives to turn to Willson the latter being a cam paigner and fighter of the old school who will make things hum abqut the middle of October while on the other hand the Democrats are not at present showing a united front I At their meeting in October the Fiscal Court will select a County Jail physician and Dr Charles A Edelen and the present incumbent Dr L P Spears are laying their wires for the berth three or four 06 the Magistrates refusing to express their preference at present BANQUET PRESIDENT GENERAL Joseph I C Clarke President General of the American Irish Historical Society has been the recipi ent of many honors in San Francisco since his return to this country from China and Japan Last week he was entertained at a banquet given by the California Chapter of the American Irish Historical Society and Inter was a guest of local members at a luncheon on the summit of Mount Tamalpals EVANSVILLE The beautifull grotto of Lqurdee beneath St Bonifac church In Ev anivllle upon which much time and money haa been expended le practice ally completed The grotto is to be j place for individual devotions though mass will sometimes be cel ebrated there The grotto follows the famous shrine at Lourdes France where many remarkable cases of physical healing are record ed Rev Father Hlllebrand the pastor for years at St Mary of the Knobs and well known In Kentucky expressed the hope that earnest prayers In the quiet of the grotto might result In the healing of the body as well as of the soul The grotto contains twelve pews The only other grotto In Indiana Is at St Melnrad GLOOM AT CLIFF HAVEN The news of the death of His Holiness Pipe Pius which reached the Cliff Haven Summer School on Thursday morning cast a pall of sorrow and gloom over the institu tion As soon as the report was verified the Very Rev John P Chidwick D D President of the proclamation mourning The flags of the various cottages and the Papal colors over the Auditorium building were placed wasdrapedentertainments and public amuse ments were postponed until appro priate requiem services could be held These services were held in the Chapel of Our Lady of the Lake solemnPontificalfered for the deceased Pontiff by the DD sisted by the Rev Matthew Tierney as arch priest Rev Joseph Flan- nelly as deacon Rev iR O Gerow as BurkeDoftheologicalA beautiful and touching funeral RightRevIn the absence of Father Chidwick SummerSchool SPANISH WAR VETERANS The big event of next week in this encampment WarVeterans IntheC4thedraISince enlistedIn their efforts to mako the coming national successthoencampmentInenergiestoarrival of the first delegates Some of the delegates are expected to arrive tomorrow although thegreater majority will not reach here HBusehemeyer addresscity Goy Tames B McCreary will openingdaytake his place and greet the veterans Local members who have attended national encampments in other cities declare the night parade of the Military Order of Serpent will be one of the most unique parades ever held In this city Interest will center In the election of CommanderIn I Chief for which E H Hoeber of St Louis who Is known In every camp bythej I other States As Camp Commander Ii Department Commander and Senior Vice Commander Mr Hoeber has c made a splendid record which should assure his election Louisville c will give the veterans a hearty I welcome I AWFUL DEATH Friday night of last week Thomas t S Gerst the eightyearold son ofII Mr and Mrs Benjamin Gerst 160II North Keats avenue met with a borlble death and his little six c yearold brother Ben Gerst Jr narrowly escaped the same sadcc fate The boys were crossing the J railroad track after the passing of a freight train and were run down J by an Incoming passenger train which the freight obscured from their view With neither gates 110rI bell for warning the boys were without protection and Thomas was Instantly killed Ben was hurled thirty feet against a fenee and was painfully hurt but after a few daysI he was able to walk around his home The sad news was an awful shock to the parents and friends but especially to Mrs Gerst who was recovering from an operation and was under the care ota phy sician The funeral was held Sunday morning from St Francis of Rome church Rev Father Thomas White being the celebrant of the requiem mass To the bereaved parents is tendered the heartfelt sympathy of many friends HORN IN CHICAGO FoleyIsarrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Matt Foley on Thursday of last week in Chicago and both mother and child are reported doing well uformereditor of the Chicago Examiner and Iso son of Mr and Mrs Matt Foley of South Sixth street Mrs Foleys Murphybeingof 1042 South Sixth street and ai niece of Lieut Gov McDermott and Dr T L McDermott FRATERNAL Tho friendly feeling existing between the Knights of Columbus and the Masons was well illustrated dur ing thE recent national convention at St Paul At the opening seasloa the Knights received an invitation from the Masonic bodies to make their clubrooms their headquarters during their stay This was In return for recognition of similar courtesies ex Masonsfit i WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order 29 time CONCLAVE For the Election of Successor- to Plus X Set For August Ol Body of Pontiff Entombed at 5 Sunset in Basilica of St PeterstiImposing Ceremonies Marlr In terment of Plus in Crypt With Predecessor VATICAN ORDERED GUARDED receivedhereIntellJgencothatDella nightthatotCardinals ItiswJ1lbeelected 3The a Xtooksunset Peterswasflickering perpetuallyburningthe Apostles and the candles in the 1 stoodThosenumbering about one thousand came by special Invitation and In cluded the diplomatic representatives accredited to prelatesaristocracy theChapel PiusXwas surmounted by the triple crown and the body of the Pope was clad In the Pontifical robes and surrounded by sacredofflceJDuring thousands of persons passed by the bier Earlier In the evening the bier was platform j chapel the archpriest of the basilica bytheprocessionFirstaloft then the Cardinals and high prelates each carrying a candle In wasthobierktfeellng cfbwdwhlle through tievast and silent church was heard the Miserere sung by the Sistine choir The solemn cortege marched into the crypt where the body of Pius X will have its final resting place Here the roof is very low and the Miserere had a peculiarly wierd and melan choly effect The tomb of the late Pontiff is on the right at the en trance to the subterranean chapel close to that of several other At this place several ancient marble tablets were removed to make room for the tomb of Pius which while partly within the walls also projects Into the passage The body of the Pontiff lies In a cypress wood coffin on which rests a gold cross This is encased in zinc and finally in an oak casket On the casket is the M InscriptionHere lies the body of Plus X born Juno 2 1835 died August 20 1914 The coffin was placed within the tomb while Cardinal Della Volpe re cited prayers for the dead accom panied by all present kneeling A monument to Plus X will be erected In the crypt An imposing funeral mass was celebrated Sunday morning at StrPeters in the chapel facing that where the body of the late Pope lay In state The mass was celebrated by Mgr Cappetelll Patriarch of Constantinople This was the first of a series of masses to be celebrated at St Peters dally until August 273wCardinal terry del Val Papal Secretary of State Is so griefstricken over the death of the Pope that he can scarcely attend to his officialqi business The appreciative praise ofihim in the Popes testament has been a great consolation Cardinal Della Volpe has In structed the comanders of the Papal Guard and armed bodies to guard every corner of the Vatican to prevent any incident which might disturb the work of the Cardinals jespei dally during the conclave y Mgr Galll director of the general Vatican museums took a death mask of Plus X Saturday The Congrega tion of Cardinals has decided to issue a special medal commemorative of the Interregnum The Cardinals have also selected Mgr Galll to de liver the funeral oration eulogizing the late Pope before the Sacred CollegeIt announced that the Pope left a considerable sum of money to be distributed among the poor of Rome MAMMOTH CAVE EXCURSION The 1914 excursion season will close with the trip to MammothnCave on Sunday September 6 under the auspices of Trinity Council Y M I which promises to be the best and most successful that ever left the city This Is the fourth annual excursion given by Trinity Council and with the experience of the past a delightful time Is assured livery detail will be carefully looked after and a splendid train servlcwill be provided The trip fare wilt be only 560 which includes dinner at the Mammoth Cave Hotellaitdall the CaettH In addition there wli be an abundance of light refr meats on the train which wilL this Union Station Tentlian1 way at 9 oclock in the rat 0 w- r r R L I KElTTI70SY RISH A1MERIOAJS KENTUCKY1 IRISHfMERIGf t i PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY rsarekd to the Social sad Moral Uwctmtmtni ofl Iriib Aracrlciai and CaAoilci Officially Indorsed by Ancleat Order at Hibernian Young Meal IniUrtHe and Catholic Knights of America KBHTUCKY IRISH AMEIUOAN PRINTING CO lacorpormttd Publlher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONe DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLe COPY Bc Balerad of tk teolnlll Pototaoa ai Sae Ciara nuu AMrtM aH Coiuoalsatlas U the UNTUCKY IFMSH AMERICAN JW21 Weal Ikea St k LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 29 1914 t TRUE EVERY WORD Gov Martin H Glynn In an ad dress Tuesday before the annual con vention of the New York State Fed eration of Labor In referring to the effect of the European war on this country declared that the welfare of the world Is In the hands of the Amorlcanworker Today the manhood a of America he said guards the gates of peace to keep the world from famine and to preserve for all mankind the accumulated achieve ments of centuries of endeavor It Is a time that should call forth the best In every American citizenIt Is a time for the people of America to stand shoulder to shoulder It IB a time for every class to forget petty differences and to unite to meet the great emergency and the greater responsibility confronting the nation It Is no time for the Industries of America to think of petty r advantage or to quarrel over trifling differences It Is unthinkable that the masters of Industry should seek to forget the responsibilities that rest upon them It will be unpardon able v for the workers of America to seize the present situation as a pre text for extravagant demands upon the Industries In which they are em ployed And It Is greatly to the x credit of the American employer and the American workman that no disposition Is evident on either hand to make petty capital out of a worldwide calamity These are the words of a real friend of both employer and employe and are everyone true DEMON OF FORCE Sensible and thinking people mus agree with the Live Issue In Its con tentlon that there Is just one mis take our rulers are making antd that Is their toleration of the pro fesslonal anarchists The moden fool Idea of reforming criminals by saddling them and yielding to the r whims Is showing Its results very rapidly It has been said that the death penalty or Imprisonment for life do not deter other criminal from imitating their forerunners Tills Is not true and In the nature of things could not be true SomE there will be of course who In flti of frenzy will commit murder or kindred crimes but the fear 01f death deters hordes from turning civilization Into barbarism by in Bulging personal vengeance The speedy punishment of the Chlcagc anarchists has been a deterrent eve since and if the abettors of anarch Y r were dealt with everywhere In like manner we would not anywhere have these cowardly murderers ii- a Ii our midst Notwithstanding thE outrageous conduct of the I W W In Now York during the past year In spite of their open attacks on r ligion or morality on our flag and form of government the leaders art allowed to parade In the streets In suiting decent folk to open schools of anarchy for the children an openly to flout the representative of authority In and out of court Liberty for anarchy Is slavery for orderly citizens Liberty to speak treason is subversion of authority Liberty to Insult decency hastens the adoption of the vendetta and the fall of the courts of law and justice Has the past no lessons for the rul ers of this land PLAN TO GO BACK r From Washington comes the report thatthe Postmaster General has i conceived the plan of commemorating the centenary of the signing of the treaty of Ghent by issuing ft postage stamp which shall familiarize the American people with the British flag The socalled peace stamp Is cordially Indorsed by Andrew Carnegie 4 who v In his Triumphant Democracy advocates putting Amer ica back In the position in which she was before the War of the Revolu tion Apart from the Impropriety df QUO nation parading the colors of another the Providence Visitor is right In saying the present European t situation should furnish conclusIVeI proof that too much European powers is not a desirable aloof for this country As long ago M the days of Washington It was recognized that entangling alliances irlth other nations could be a prolific dimcultteeNeither land stand in heed of any such union an the contemplated stamp suggests Oujr Postmaster General evidently looks this years centenary the 6t ijie iJSaUppal Capitol at tptt by ttto British fmi I ll- q l- r one of the blackest pages In jilstory England has ever been our worst enemy which makes this peace gush disgusting to those familiar with the I countrys hlstorIj JOHN HULLS 1OSITION In tho present European war EnS land would prefer to stay In the background allowing Belgium Rue sia and France to do the fighting and at the close of the war lend them money at high rates of interest PLAINTRUTH- Representative Mann of Illinois In the House of Representatives on Monday expressed himself on The Hague Tribunal and voiced a senti ment that is growing everywhere His remarks were caused when a bill was passed to print Hague convention treaties In view of what is taking place in Europe ho said this strikes me as a sort of legislative sarcasm If there Is any useless body or theory anywhere at the present time It Is The Hague Peace Tribunal County Judge Samuel W Greene Is to be commended for his course In i the cases of the motorcycle riders tried before him this week These motorcycle Joy rides are becoming as great an evil as have been those of the automobiles leading to tho I ruination of many Innocent young l people The Judge says he Is de termined to put a stop to the habit of young men taking girls on motor cycle rides and in this he should have the united support of the coun ty patrolmen and the city police t Young girls should realize that to be seen riding in this fashion Is of Itself a reflection on their character Attention of parents is to the colleges and academies adver used In these columns Every lust tution herein advertised Is progress live and sound In Its methodsup to date In the strict sense of the word I Institutions where the Intellectual and moral faculties will be educated I where faith and piety will be safeguarded I and from which your child I will return equipped for the battle of life with eyes fixed on eternity Though the ifar news continues Indefinite the results of the engagements not being made public it 1 Is almost certain that the Kaiser and his armies have scored most success Why not call September 12 Junior Order day in honor of the pro moters I FEDERATION CONVENTION thirteenthenational convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies to be held in Baltimore the last week In September has been received Opening with religious ceremonies at Septemberdsession the threo days following Great preparations have been made fox the reception and entertainment of the national body in whose honor there will be a parade on Tuesday In which 30000 men will participate NEWSIThe war news from Europe gives little Insight into the real condition of affairs at the front From day to day the newspapers give accounts of victories by the allies but we notice that the German advance goes steadily on It is hard to reconcile the conflicting informa tion until we remember that it all comes from antiGerman sources The truth will appear later on Germany is not fighting her battles in the newspapers RELIGIOUS LIBERTY The local Baptist papers have often complained of what they religiouslibertytries but Rev Dr G H Lacy a Baptist missionary writing from Mexico expressed his admiration of Carranza and Villa incidentally telling how the Catholic priests were expelled from the country and confessionals fed to bonfires But It is noted that the Rev Lacy does not protest against this infraction of hopesthatBaptist religion PEOPLE VS TUNIOll ORDER I In speaking of the coming school election the Louisville Herald says an effort will be made to retain the Citizensticket I I net speak plain and tell how the I AmericanMeekaaalesl I pies MlMUoM in the Jut1Mtloaby dark laotera methods rI i SOGIETY 2l fIfooIM1JMVi V Misses Anna and Julia Ford have returned from a visit to Cincinnati Miss Irene Henley was one of a house party spending the week In Eminence Michael Ruhan of North Fourth street Is 111 at Sts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital Miss Ann OKeefCj of IBeechmont Is visiting at Frankfort as the guest of Miss Powers IMrs S J Boldrick and daughters arrived home the first of the week from Bay View Mich IMrs Floyd Burns of Clifton Is In New Orleans visiting her sister Miss Margaret Conroy Miss Loretto TIghe will leave Monday for Boston and other points East to be away several weeks Miss Mayme Russell of 118 East Oak street New Albany Is visiting relatives in Chicago and Milwaukee I1lIss Sadie Doyle will leave Mon day for Norfolk going from there to New York by steamer on a business trip Miss Katherine Brennan was honor guest at several social gath erings during her visit to Frank fort Misses Helen Duble and Dorothy Holzbog of Jeffersonvllle have been visiting Miss Viola Phelps in Nash ville Miss Helen Mapother will leave September 20 for Garden City Long Island to resume her studies at St Marys Miss Kate OConnell was last week the guest of Mr and Mrs Arthur Jones at Beech Grope New Albany Miss Ethel Greely will return next week from Grassy Creek Ind where she has been spending her vacation Mr and Mrs J J Flynn of Beechmont have been entertaining their sister Mrs Ji W Corcoran of St Louis Miss Blanche Tierney of West Broadway has returned home after a two weeks visit in Southern Kentucky Miss Josephine Tierney who has been spending the summer in the East Is again at her home on West Broadway Miss Cornelia Murphy is spending the summer as the guest of her sister Mrs Matthew Onmond Foley of Chicago Misses Lilly and Norma Kelran their guest Miss Annie Calla dhan of PulaskI Tenn are visiting In Cincinnati Misses Margie and Mary Morlarty who have been spending the summer at Springfield and Pana Ill have returned home Martin Broderlck and wife and John Clancy were last week In Sellersburg Ind visiting Cliff All hands and wife KingEreKing at the Frankfort Hotel for several weeks stay Capt Dan Kane the genial but careful river pilot is spending a short vacation with his family on West Chestnut street Mrs Winifred OConnOr who has been spending the summer in the country will soon return to her home on West Broadway Miss Stella Buckley and sister Mrs Annie Burge were last week the guests of their aunt Mrs Thomas J Brlslan In Frankfort Mrs Anna Reeder Frey and Miss Anna Mae Fallahay left Monday for a three weeks trip to Washington Now York Philadelphia and Atlantic CityDeputy City Assessor C C Mur phy has returned after a tlvo weeks vacation In Chicago where he was the guest of his grandson C J FoleyIDr and Mrs L A Brorlng are tripAfterCity they left for New York and Boston Miss Catherine Finnegan has returned from a visit of two months In New York and Columbus Ohio where she visited her nephew Clif ton Bush Daniel DrIscoll of Hamilton ave nue returned this week from Dan ville where he had been visiting as the guest of Frank TIm ny a fellow seminarian Col James P Whallen Col Frank McGrath and Sheriff Charles J Crpnari returned home this week after several day stay at French Lick Springs The many friends of Miss Mollle Flahlve will regret to learn that she has been removed to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital suffering an attack of pneumonia t t Jacob S Miller and bride who was Miss Pearl Huffman will re September at 2234 West A street Mrs Peter Atkin and little grand son Vincent Atkin were recent vis thegueetlotMr andMrVincentCaselilymeat of their daughter MISS Ann Eeholtzfifethefallst 7I ttr Miscs Nellie and Bcezie Hannah landed last week In New York from their summer European trip Miss Nellie Hannan arrived here Satur day Miss Beezle remaining in New York CityII Miss Josephine Frances Kelly who has been spending the past month at Ballast Island Lake Erie with her uncle and aunt Judge and Mrs Matt ODoherty is expected to re turn today A little baby girl arrived at the home of M and Mrs William Mc Devitt of West Chestnut street on Tuesday afternoon and the proud father now says he has a good pair to draw toa boy and girl Mingling with the summer visitors at Atlantic City the past week were Mayor Buschemeyer and family James D Jacobs and wife and Miss Marjorie Jacobs Mrs B F Janslng Mrs Charles F Taylor Miss Marie OBrien and Miss Frances Bewers all of Louisville The wedding of Miss Hermina Bo Amshoff to William J Hohman was solemnized Monday morning at St Boniface church The bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry J1 Amshoff Mr and Mrs Hohman left immediately after the ceremony for St Joseph Mich and other North ern points On their return they will be at home at Barret and ttt Anthony Place- PREPARE FOR CONCLAVE Preparations for the conclave which Is to choose a successor to the late Pope Plus X continued Wednes day The sixth congregation of tho Cardinals was held and several newly arrived members of She Sacred College took part in it Among thorn was Cardinal Cavaloantl Archbishop of Rio Janeiro The Cardinal said he had already sailed for home from Europe when the news of the Popes death reached his steamer by wire less By the use of wireless the Cardinal succeeded in summoning another steamer to which he was transferred at sea and brought to the continent The congregation took the oath of secrecy concerning everything relating to the conclave ST CHARLES CHURCH Enthusiastic workers are busy rind have almost completed preparations for the annual lawn fete for the benefit of St Charles church which will be held on the church grounds Twentyseventh and Chestnut on the afternoons and evenings of September 1 and 2 Many pleasing amusement features will be intro duced and in addition an elegant luncheon will be served each day Admission to grounds and chance on 5 gold piece will be ten cents IMPROVING Father Edward S Fitzgerald pastor of St Pauls church at Owensboro who has been ill since early In the summer and is now at Mt Clemens Mich is reported steadily Improving His people and friends will be rejoiced to know that he has hopes of soon being able to return to his parish to resume his- pastoraLdntiea fc I SUPPERIFather George M Connor and the people of St Williams parish are making elaborate arrangements for their fall festival to be held Septem ber 21 In the hall at Thirteenth and Oak In the afternoon euchre and lotto will be played followed by a delicious supper The festival will continue through the evening with a number of bazar features PRAY FOR POPE In all the Catholic churches of the Louisville diocese as In the houses of the faith throughout the world prayers were offered at masses for the repose of the soul of the late Pontiff This was In accordance with the Roman Catholic belief that there Is no one not even he who sits In the chair of Peter but who needs prayers COUNTRY FALL FESTIVAL A country fall festival will be given by the people of St Matthews on Thursday September 3 for the benefit of Holy Trinity church of which Rev John Bohlsen is pastor Euchre and lotto will be played af ternoon and night and supper and refreshments will be served For all who attend an enjoyable time is promised R1VERVIEAV For next week Col Lum Simons has retained Bell and Short the clever comedy impersonators who will appear at Rlvervlew Park at all the free outdoor musicals Miss Eva Chambers who has been one of Rivenlews live wires Is still on the songtornew pieces will be Introduced while Harry Cook and his orchestra will continue to please the park visitors CONDITION UNCHANGED City Building Inspector William J OSullivan who was stricken three weeks ago continues seriously 111 at his home 1044 South Fifth street confidentlylookedchanged PAYING THE PENAITY America turns from contemplation of the frightful slaughter In Europe to drop a tear at the bier of Plus X the worlds greatest advocate of peace The Powers of Europe turned away from the doors of the peace temple at The Hague the representative of the Prince of Peace when he knocked for Admission His was the one disinterested Influence that could secure peace but it was refused The Powers are now paving the penalty of their folly- MARRIAGE Get a right view of the highest end of marriage Fix it in your mind that by Gods law and by your marriage vow you are bound to each other until death ball part Your wife 0 man te net merely to mend your clothe OOok your vletuate 95 keep your house rear your children Your husband O wdman Is not merely to give you protection fur nish home give support or indulge your tastes You are of twain made one that you may be one KNIGHTS 1 OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Of the 1000 members In Mil waukee twentyseven are priests- A large class will be initiated at Omaha some time in September Union Council of Syracuse had a large class In the first degree last weekOmaha Knights will take part In the fraternal parade there In Oc tober The Knights of Ohio had posses sion of Cedar Point this week whore their annual summer outing closes tomorrowLeavenworth Council attended mass In the Cathedral in honor of the return of Bishop Ward and to receive the Papal blessing Ohio has eightytwo councils 17442 members Indiana fiftyfour councils 8043 members Kentucky twenty councils 3303 members Great good has been done through the publication by the local council of the list of Catholic books in the Omaha Public Library Thlrtyono acres have been bought and the cornerstone laid for a coun try club by Knights at Fort Meyer They have a golf course baseball diamond tennis court etc Eastern Knights suggest the erec tion of a flag pole at West Point to display the largest American flag which shall never be taken down and shall be saluted by the Hudson river boats as they pass playing the Star Spangled Banner Sioux City Knights were defeated by the Hiberniann in the baseball game at the recent Irish celebration in that city With a lead of four runs in the last Inning the Knights felt safe but the Hibernians got there with five and won out NONE CAN TELL Plus X was the two hundred and fifthninth man who sat in the chair of St Peter An authentic list of all the men who have held this glorious position can be found in every Catholic library Who will be the two hundred and sixtieth Pope This is the question which no one can answer Plus X so little thought that he would be elected vicar of Christ that he bought a return ticket to Venice when he went in 1903 to the meeting of Cardinals that was to select a successor to Leo XIII Only for the exercise of an ancient veto power by the Emperor of Austria he would not havo been Pope When he was raised to the Pontificate he immediately abolished this veto power which had been granted years ago In return for promised protection to the Holy See by the Austrians The supreme headship of the church Is annexed to the office of BIslio pof Rome A man does not become Bishop of Rome because he IIs elected Pope he becomes Pope be cause ho Is made Bishop of Rome Thus election to the Papacy Is prop erly speaking election to the See of Rome The right to elect their Bishop has always belonged to mem bers of the Roman church The Cardinals are the principal clergymen of this diocese therefore they have tho right of election If the Sacred College should be ex tinguished by any cause the right of choosing the Pope would fall on the other Roman clergy- A Pope haR no right to name his Rucceppor He can suggest a man but the Cardinals are In no wise bound to follow his wishes In the matter After the death of Clement IV In 1268 the world was without a Pope for three years In order to prevent the repetition of this calamity tho Cardinals must now remain in seclusion until a Pope has been selected Twothirds of the Cardinals must agree on a man before he is elected The papers will bo filled with articles until a Pope has been selected Industriously picking the puccessor to Pope Plus X If they Hiicceed in hitting on the right man they will be luckier than they were the last tlmi a Pope was chosen Of one thing we are almost sure the next Pope will be an Italian International difficulties can be avoided best by keeping the Popes of this nationality Tho wisdom of this is recognized all over the world It Is extremely doubtful If a for eigner could have handled the treachery of the Jtallan Government as diplomatically as tho last three Popes have done The terrible European war will make It extremely difficult to gather togetherforPopeMostRome however If the Pope when elected does not happen to be a Bishop he is consecrated at once by the Car authoritydatgsceptance The Cardinal ComerlenRo nrpumes charge of the Papal house hold at the Pontiffs death THEY SHOULD BE JAILED That a conspiracy has been formed to rob the public there can be little question Immediately on the declaration of war by the European nations food speculators in this country felt called upon to advance about every necessary It Is a plain case of highway Tobbery under the name of business But President Wilson does not Intend to permit the beef and other veryfarthere is a reason for the advance all along the line He immediately wrote Attorney General McRejnold calling his attention to the rapid and unwarranted increase in the price of foodstuffs In this country i pon the pretext of existing condi tions in Europe The Attorney General at once sent the folowlng telegram to the various United States District At torneys throughout the country The DeptrtaentB by its special t Y CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO 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 School Shoesfor Boysand Girls ALL CleanUp Prices 50CnesYouths and Leather Shoe all sizes S15O val QCC JJU 0SlillIerlllI New Fall for and Girls now ready SI 50 to S35O ondGirluIIoRicryatcIennnp price Boston 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of natural gas GEHER Q SON 2UW4NMUt IMF Sccwi i PROPHECY Made Centuries Ago by St Mhlncliy Still Holds Good Stands ns the Most Kcmnrlmble of AVliich We Have Any Knowledge Famous Manuscript Remained Hidden Four Hundred Years ITS AUTHOR AN IRISH PRELATE With the death of Pope Plus X and the question of his successor there Is brought to mind the famous Prophecy of the Popes which many of the credulous find ap plicable even today though 775 years have passed since It was written However much it may have been stretched to fit subse suent facts it stands as undoubtedly the most remarkable prophecy of which we have knowledge Its author was St Malachy an Irish prelate who while transacting some business at Rome had a strange vision of the future There was unfolded before his mind the long list of Pontiffs who were to rule the church until the end of time The future Popes were not revealed to him by name but by their natures For each one there was a mystical title supposed clearly to represent tome dominant trait of character or some outstanding event Some of these titles do not need zealous in terpreters their application is as obvious as it Is startling For instance Plus IX is the 101st Pope In St Malachys cat alogue His designation would seem almost something more than coin cidence It Is Crux de Cruce Cross from a Cross No Pope In history had had a reign so filled with trIal and tribulation as Plus IX Denounced as a traitor to his country tor his refusal to declare war igalnst Catholic Austria in 1848 subjected to the insults of riotous mobs in the streets of Rome forced finally to flee into exile at Gaeta hIs temporal power lost Crux de Cruce Is an excellent epitome of Ills history as Pope and the more so since the most aggravating of the crosses were brought upon him by the House of Savoy whoso emblem was a cross Slgnus ardens or Ignus irdens the burning sign or the burning fire Is the designation by which St Malachy attending to his visions in the twelfth century characterized the recent Pius X The present Pope declared one eminent Catholic authority writing a few ears ago on the application of St ialachys prophecy is truly a turning fire of zeal for the restoration of all things In Christ This ias seemed to some too broad an Interpretation and one which might have fitted any wellloved Pontiff These would regard the burning tire rather as the recent eruption I of Vesuvius which occurred during I he reign of Plus X and during which he earned the praise of the world for the prompt relief which he procured the stricken people Plus VIII was foreseen by the Irish saint as a vlr religlosus a designation which might have fitted any Pope since piety is a quality to- be assumed But rellglosus Is In the Latin sense not so much a matter of piety as of conscience and its a curious fact that this was the outstanding character of the eighth rlus character Not only did he ossess a tremendous knowledge oCI anonlcal law and Biblical literature mt his extreme conscientiousness tas remained as the dominant qual lty of his character On his accession to the Pontifical throne for nstance he ordered all of his rela ives to the very remotest to resign all positions which they then held md his whole life was marked by the same scrupulousness Moreover France and Austria deliberating on the question of the successor of Plus VII had announced their desire for a Pope whose nature hould be distinctly rellglosus a man gentle and scholarly more Pope than politician History has em phasized this quality of Plus life It Is curious that the twelfth century prophet could have struck the same tote The coming Pope 104 on St Ialachys list has a disquieting tltlerellglo depopulata the faith laid waste It might have any one of the ominous meanings which pessimistic interpreters place upon it but as Intrepid trust is the summing up for the following Pontiff there is evidently prophesied 10 great catastrophe at this point The end of the world however is bound to come according to St lalachy and he has made due pro visIon for it at the conclusion of the reign of Peter the Roman This Is the paragraph which concludes the prophecy In the final persecution- of the Holy Roman Church there j vlll reign Peter the Roman who will teed his flock amid many trIbu lations after which the sevenhilled city will be destroyed and the dreadful Judge will judge the people The EndThere are to be only eight more Popes to occupy the Pontifical chair which Plus X has just vacated ac cording to St Malachy Then fol towsI the final paragraph which contains the mention of Peter the Roman as the last Pope Whether St Malachy tores wPeterasthesuccessor to Glorlae Ollvae or whether an Indefinite number are to Intervene between the two Peter being the last of the line Is a matter for conjecture+ The famous manuscript which remainedhiddenover 400 earsIt was first dic- overed by Arnold de Wyon since when there has been lively discussion hyenrJlroteltitAfalgcliyn o SHOESWe first offered our shoes direct from factoryto wearer in March 1914 Up to date we have over 5000 satisfied customers We know they are satisfied for they continue to reo peat their orders Why not save yourself the whole profitBuy factory Over twe hundred 200 styles to choose from Send for our new illustrated fall and winter catalogue Rememberl We guarantee satis faction or money returned CATHOLIC PROTECTORY Shoe Department ARLINGTON NEW JERSEY SOCIETY DIRECTORY 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 rellTlcasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will iams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresIdentC J Ford Vice President J J Suili tan 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 PresIdentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes sIon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrIck Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rellSentinelM J McDermott Y JSkl I J3IACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial Secretary Will Cassin TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalRaymond E Schott Inside SentinelWIlliam Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive Committee F G Ad ams George Simonis Frank Geller W A Link Chas SchulerII of so remarkable a prophecy He has even fixed the exact time and place in Rome when the saint re ceived his vision The same author tells us that the pious Irishman gave the manuscript to Innocent II to console him in the midst of his trIbulations I One of the quaintest commentaries- on the prophecy is that of the Rev Fere Michel Gorgeu O C C of the Monastery of Our Lady of Mount Carmel In 1659 at Dieppe he pub lished his interpretation of the prophecy and some of his explana tions of the mystical titles Is nothing short of amazing Here is a typical elucidation by him of one of St Malachys prophecies in which he said that one of the Popes would be de rure Alboof the Alban white country The Pope In question turned out to be Adrian lv and Pore Michel explains Adrian IV was the only English man that has ever succeeded to the chair of St Peter he was born in the vicinity of St Albans England was called Albion on account of her white rocks and white cliffs Adrian was born at Malmesbury a village depending on St Albans He was consecrated Bishop of Alba He was sent as a legate to Norway a country where there is almost petpetual i snow The holy candor and innocence of his soul acknowledged I by Eugenius III who sent him to the North to convert souls to Jesus Christ THE ANGELUS j In the year 1262 St Bonavonture at that time General of the Franciscans commanded his friars at the general chapter of Ills order In- Plsa to promulgate the following devotion among the people That at the sound of the evening bell which In Rome and throughout Italy is rung half an hour after sunset they should recite three Ave Marias in honor of the mystery of the Incarnation The same was afterward ordered also for morning and noon This was the origin of the Angelus which now peals forth from every church and convent tower From the great Cathedral over the din of the city streets from the little vil lage chapel over the quiet fields and lanes those sweet bells sound like eleqtial voices filling the air with the music of the angels meaeageand- the soul with thoughts and aspira tions that like angel wings lift It heavenward t MARRY OTOfQ- In Alierta gin a marry whoa they are t1o y Nf a D oj i 1 CHAPLAIN Experiences of Father Nash in South With Billy Wilsons- Zouaves Won Lovo and Respect of Soldiers I by Bravery Fire Under I Never Took Furlough and Par IDnttIcII I WlfH HIS BOYS TILL THE END By James A Rooney LL D Of whoservedRebellion experIences theextremeMichaelAaschaplainYottkInfantryBillyWilsons atTroyInhisYearHethepriesthoodatPaderborn fInIshed1859whenmusteredserviceastoughestregIments YorkbutwonasasbytotheII During the regiments two years vartlclpatedInI RosaIslandandBaracas Flaasoperations at Fort andBayouthefiercebombardments atropicalofcampi endandi tobe1863InthereIs cations to his superiors containing his experiences during his service JohnFarrell andtoaddressed familyfriendsfadedletterspassagesWriting Fla under date of October 30 1861 he says In the last bloody engage ment 2000 of the enemy fell upon ourtentsvolleyIntothe flames The bullets whistled by ourboyspressed the enemy who lost 300 andfastorkilledever before I found a Corporal of my regiment wounded and prostrate on the field As I bent over him heIsaid 0 father is that you I am going fast I am not a Catholic butII want to be baptized I knew the lad well and he begged me piteouslY not to leave him I soothed him andIloosened his grasp on my coat sleeve for I had to get water I ran to the beach and soaked my hand kerchief In the sea water and hurried back In time to pour enough on his pallid brow to make him a child of God The pursuit of the enemy was over at noon and no one had broken his fast We made coffee and then began the awful preparations for the laybywounds uniforms torn and no I coffins to encircle their limbs no affectionate wife or tender mother to shroud them but after military usage they were consigned to the earth with my poor prayers just as they were found upon the battle field only that the Southerners were separated from our men and all available names and addresses taken and duly recorded The muffled drum and the doleful fife sounded their requiem Oh how easy it was for me to preach their funeral tired out as I was II In twenty such letters similar scenes are recorded He tells of the camp life under the broiling sun ofI many battles bombardments and skirmishes of the loss of his vestments of a trip of 500 miles to go to confession of his temptation to ask for a furlough to go North for a rest and his resolution to stick by the men for whose sake he had Joined the regiment of their love for him and many touching incidents lof the hardships they endured Ho evidently returned their love for in after life he would never let anyone boysIFather Nash never took a furlough He came home with his suchIotamong I in 1846 to take charge of St Johns I College Fordham where he filled the post of prefect and after the war and seventeen years Intermis 1 sIon he Was again appointed prefect at Fordham He also served as preacher mIssIoner and teacher until 1874 when he was sent to 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Railroad Fare Dinner and Cave Fee Special Train leaves Union Station Tenth and Broadway at mI MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE 4 4MYstocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best- S Rt JAMES GREENE f t 425 427 and 429 East Market Street a iHiMMttt i nntttti ra = oart J 1mi That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED IW i twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the I t dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co IfFifthand Court Place m It Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p mif i im ifi lJ FURNITUREFor the Bed Room Dining Room and Living Room Large selection good quality and reasonable prices WM F MAYERMarket Bet Fourth and Fifth ii r te j6aoArL MOTIIERSBREAD Made in the Largest antI Most Sanitary Bakery in the South i 1 WEWANTYOURWORK I Were Prepared to Do It Promptly I I and in FirstClass S- tylePRINTING p Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads t Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 1319 VICd9T GRHiHiN 09I R1TiIC It 4 +++u ltllH 1 + + u+ + + +FRANK A OHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES l You Can Make a Square Meal Qf Our Round Steak Pwsa 7 ileae Psits 5252 I Ii 14 gF 4- f 900 Franklin Strctt 1 f 8 t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOencral- News Note Division 2 will meet Thursday evening I Ohio and Iowa held their State conventions this week I Without New York county the Empire State has 142 divisions I P J Reynolds of Chicago Is now State President of the Illinois Hiber niansThe membership reported to the New York State convention was 10000Division 1 will select alternates to the State convention next Tuesday eveningNearly 400 delegates were registered I at the New York State conven tion at Troy Michael Ruhan of Division 4 Is selously ill at Sts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital I Local friends of County President Connolly ae urging his name for the State Presidency I Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly attended the New York State convention of the Ladies Auxiliary National President McLaughlin at tended the Ohio State convention In Toledo this week A railroad rate of f 460 round trip has been secured for the State con vention for parties of ten conventionblrthplace of the order In that States The Illinois State convention ref elected Mrs Mary McWhorter as State President of the Ladles Aux iliaryNot a single Hibernian division in the city received an Invitation to Loin the poposed Fratenal day celebration A prize drill by the Hibernian Rifles was a feature of the Ohio State convention at Toledo on Tues day afternoon The County Board officers are en deavoring to secure a special coach fo the delegates and visitors to the State convention Because of the death of the Holy Father the social events arranged for the Massachusetts State conven tion were canceled John J ONelll prominent In New Orleans business and patriotic clr cles now heads the Louisiana Hiber nians as State President The Philadelphia County Board Is making an earnest endeavor to Introduce the study of Irish history in the parochial schools of that city John J Cox of Oakland was the choice for California State Presi dent and Mrs H Molloy was elected State President of the Ladles Aux iliaryThe County Boad met last even ing at Division 3s hall and selected alternates to the State convention also heard complete reports on the recent picnic Division 1 of Syracuse has pledged Itself to arm and equip a company of Irish volunteers pro vided the arms are not used for defense of England The question of making their headquarters at the Hibernian Home on Portland avenue will be decided by the Ladies Auxiliary at their meeting next Wednesday evening Roger Meehan an canest member of Division 1 will leave soon to re side In New York While here he made many friends whose good wishes accompany him to the metropolis The Rev M J Foley editor of the Western Catholic preached the convention sermon for the Illinois Hibernians at Quincy making an Im f notfallDECIDES PENNANT FLAG againtodayadoubleheaderThen comes thg series with Mil hereMonday criticsthesedecidothethree out of four of these games will take the lead and probably never be pushed the rest of the sea thatLouisvilletlpportunlty carelessandtheirbehindPitchertimes out his work In the box being ofthothefansclubthe couragement and It Is up to the totheirOLD RESIDENT DEAD John Duddy one of the last of the old High street residents died suddenly Sunday night the end coming as a surprise as he had been In good health chatting with friends and neighbors only a couple of hours before his death Mr Duddy was about seventy years of age and for many years had been In the employ of the K and I railroad where he had been listed as pne of their valued employes through his faithfulness and attention to the interests of the road He was an uncle of Tom Duddy of the Sheriffs office and CleaningDepartment of his own his wife being the only familyTheCecilias church Wednesday morning I with a high requiem mass ST MICHAELS Michaelschurchthere will be a euchre and lotto party on the church lawn next Monday and Tuesday evenings An ale Rant luncheon will be served both days from 6 oclock oThe games will be called at 73Q oclock ekarp and thee prizes to be contested for are handsome and numerous yb rjB will IM no chary Joradmllljdw the lawn and the pastor and people hope to see all their friends there I- 1A n i A Reverend Experience II Vesper Tenn August JU- t wan ft nervous wreck from indigestion melancholy and nlmsot crazy but allies I took PAStor Koenlg1 Nerves ronlo- my mInd Is relieved and the mellU1cholJ and the blues are away from me I thank God tor the Tonlo and am tailing ispeoplenevA m Bray thanythingwithI tried I became quite nervous at Umes and hands and disturbance more or less to my head like dull pain did not care for soefety but Pastor rfoenlg1 Nerve Tonlo relieved the trouble Rev 3 DYelster of DetroIt MIch writes Pastor Koenlg Nerve Tonlo lea great blessing and an enormous bene factor to the suffering FREE A Valuable BOOK on Ner vous Diseases ud a Smote bottle to ay tdtnu Poor pi tlenti ilio let tbe medicine free KoEHtOISold LMSO by elf fl751 6Eotlffor9ort5A- MERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tory of America By James A Rooney LL D August 30 1871 Sisters of Im maculate Heart of Mary arrived In California from Spain and opened schools for girls at Los Angeles San Luis Obispo and San Ber nardino August 31 1913Home and mission for Catholic Japanese opened at 2158 Pine street San Francisco and blessed by Bishop Conaty with address In Japanese by Father Le Breton September 1 1909 The Right Rev Edmund M Dunne D D conse crated second Bishop of peoria ill succeeding the Right Rev John Lancaster Spalding born In Chicago February 2 1864 or dained June 24 1887 received doctors degree from Gregorian University Rome In 1890 September 2 1863 Four Sisters of St Dominic from Ratlsbon under Mother WItzelhofer died April 29 1864 began work In schools of Holy Trinity church Brooklyn N Y on Invitation of the Very Rev John Raffelner V G mother house Convent of Holy Cross dedicated by Bishop Lough lin November 9 1857 September 3 1874 Diocese of San Antonio Texas created by divis ion of the diocese of Galveston which up to that date included all Texas the RIght Rev Anthony Dominic Pelllcer consecrated first Bishop December 8 1874 j born at St Augustine Fla December 7 1824 died April 14 1880 September 4 1836John Rose Greene Hassard convert editor historian born In Now York great grandson of Commodore Nicholson of Revolutionary fame first editor of the Catholic World author of Life of Archbishop Hughes Pope Plus IX and a His tory of the United States died April 18 1888 September 6 1796 Etlenne Pascal Tache Canadian statesman born at St Thomas Province of Quebec descendant of Louis Joliet made Commander of Knights o St Gregory by Plus IX knighted by Queen Victoria died July 30 1865 I TWIN CITY LEAGUE The double header bill In the Catholic League last Sunday made no material change In the standing of the leaders the Champions win ning two victories defeating the Bruins and Trinity In 7 to 0 and 10 to 5 games while the Olympics held on to their tie for first place by winning over the Imperials in a 6 to 2 game and the K of C in a 19 to 6 contest The Bruins by losing to Mackln by a 6 to 2 score and the Champions went into a tie for third place with the Shamrocks the latter losing to the Imperials in a 16 to 11 game but overwhelmed the K of C team in a 14 to 1 game Manager George Thorntons Mackin Club came to life and beat the Bruins In a 6 to 2 game and what pleased him most beat Dan Hennessys Trinity team for the first time In an 8 to 0 game Tomorrows games will pos sibly decide the standing of the first division and will anyway break the tie for third honors the Champions meeting the Olympics Bruins to play the K of C Mackin vs Sham rocks and Trinity vs Imperials The standing to date Club Won Lost Pc- tChampions16 2 88- 9Olympics16 2 889 Drums 10 8 55- 6Shamrocks10 8 556 Imperials 7 11 389 Trinity 6 12 333 Mackin 5 13 278 Knights Columbus 2 16 111 LAST FULL WEEK Next week will see the last of vaudeville for the season at Fon taine Ferry Park and therefore Manger Bilger will offer a bill that will prove amusing and diverting one that will cause the audiences to laugh and laugh freely The Ferry will close its season on Labor day night which the management will endeavor to make he great day of this most successful season NEXT POPE The next Pope will be an Italian in the opinion of Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore who sailed August 21 on the White Star liner Canbplc with Cardinal OConnell of Boston to participate in the conclave at Rome which will name the successor to Pope Plus X Cardinal Gibbons said he based his opinion on the fact that there was a predominance of Italian representation in the Sacred College He thought the time had not yet arrived for the election to the Papacy ot a Cardinal of another nationality Some time in time future aJardlnalofAmerlcan the Vatican IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges John King of Monegay has been appointed assistant clerk of the Newcastle West Board of Guardians Mrs McHugh wife of a farmer residing at Drummaly near Strokes town has recently given birth to tripletsthree girls who are doing wellThe Rathkeale Town Commissioners have passed a resolution of sym pathy with the relatives of the late John Crowe a prominent member of the Fenian organization in Limerick Daniel Doherty a laborer resid ing at Castlefln went to bathe In the River Finn along with another companion when he got into dim culties and sank The body was recovered the same night The death In his seventyfirst year has occurred at his residence Glencar Kilkenny of Michael Wilton Lalor who for many years acted as editor of the Kilkenny Moderator of which paper he was proprietor The old unoccupied military bar racks at Navan are being utilized for the training Irish volunteers the square being admirably suited for the biweekly drills and spacious enough for the manoeuvring of a battalionThe of tire latel Rev Brother J M Spillane who died re cently In Tramore took place to St Marys Ballygunner and was at tended by a large number of clergy and representatives of the Christian Brothers order from many parts of IrelandThe Dublin County Council has adopted a resolution on the motion of Michael Dunn seconded by C P ONeill that an Irish poplin flag be procured and displayed outside the offices during the meetings of the council and at other times as the council may decide Owing to the Difficulty which would Involve transhipping at Dub lin from Athy to Ballymahon the Guardians of that Union were obliged to accept tenders from Whltehaven for a coal supply The coal of the Irish Mining Company was admitted to be very satisfactory HughesChairmanCountyCouncilgret throughout the county In 189 CountyCouncils position since then Mrs Robert Somerville of Balllna hone recently celebrated her 100th birthday She states that she owes toherand to the use of plain food She andattendshe knits and sews a little At the Omagh Petty Sessions Pat rick Mellon John Doherty Thomas Doherty John Quinn Bernard Friel Hugh Bradley John Paul Thomas Brogan and Charles Teague were charged with being concerned In the serious riot which took place at Omagh on June 20 After consld adjourned monthsAt at a great gathering of representatives of Tlpperary Clare and Limerick 3000 volunteers were reviewed by Dr Esmonde M P andfDr Esmonde M P strongly condemned the Irish National volunteers In the early stages of the movement which has now absorbed him and all his col leagues AMERICAN CARDINALS fixedforPopePlusa disposition on the part of many of the Cardinals at present In Rome to MondayIfway Cardinals Gibbons and OCon nell will not be able to reach Rome in time for the opening session Cardinal Farley of New York and his suite reached Rome Tuesday Cardinalroom of the railway station which had been placed at his disposal by Monsignor Fisher of Philadelphia and other American prelates The Trlbuna says pressure is being brought to bear on Cardinal Della Volpe to await the arrival of the American Cardinals before opening the conclave SISTERS JUBILEE On Thursday of last week there was a happy celebration at the Sis ters of Mercy Convent on East Broadway of the silver jubilee of two widely known members of that orderSister Bernardine In charge of the Visitation Home and Sister Mary Catherine of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy A high mass was sung by the Rev Cletus Brady C P and the sermon was preached by the Rev J C Kearns S J after which the jubllarlans received their dayManythe mass and the dinner among them Father Charles Raffo Father John OConnor Father E P Dono hoe Father Thomas White and oth ers The boarders at the Visitation Home presented Sister Bernardino with a handsome silver crucifix for the chapel and furnished a room as a recreation room for the Sisters OLDEST CATHOLIC CHURCH Brother Botolph President of St Michaels College Santa FeNewMexico In speaking of the Chapel of San Miguel at Santa Fe asserted that It is the oldest Catholic church in America JtlIs supposed to have been built by Spanish missionaries In 1550 but in 1680 with all the rest of the main buildings of the city It was burned by the Indians The chapel was rebuilt In 1710 and the greater part of It still remains as it was originally built except the tower which has undergone some changes The date of the erection la carved on a beam 6f the root aad can still be dear T l n +1111 U II n1I II It II HERMAN STRAUS tj SONSOURTH AveNue ttCOFPORAPeD MARKET STREET EXPANSION I SALE BARGAINS AND 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