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T i7 n r fitrJ J i1 WE DO J PR FIRST Give Thia Next VOLUME XXXIIINO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTSII BENEDICTS I Cardinal Chicsa Elected Pope in Succession to Late Plus X Archbishop of Bologna and Was Created Cardinal Last May- A American Cardinals Failed to Be Present When Conclave Opened NOT YET SIXTY YEARS OLD Cardinal della Cnlesa has been elected Pope In succession to the late Plus X The new Pope has taken the name of Benedlcte XV This was the brief dispatch re ceived from Rome via the Associated Press at noon Thursday Cardinal Glacono della Chiesa who was Thursday elected Pope by the Sacred Colege In succession to Plus X who died August 20 Was created a Cardinal May 25 1914 He Is the Archbishop of Bologna Italy He was born at Pegll In the dio cese of Genes November 21 1854 and was ordained a priest December 21 1878 He served as Secretary of the Nunlcaturo In Spain from 1886 to 1887 In which year he was ap pointed Secretary to the late Car dinal Rampolla He was appointed substitute Secretary of State In 1901 and In 1907 he was elected to the post of Advisor to the Holy Office In 1907 he was appointed Papal Nuncio to Madrid In succession to Mgr Rlnaldlnl but this appointment was cancelled three days later This Incident had occurred Just before he was made Archbishop of Bologna When Mgr Della Chiesa was given Romethatcombatting modern religious ideas Bologna being the headquarters of the National Democratic League whose members advocated what Is known as modernism In religion- In January 1914 while still at Bologna the present Pope issued a pastoral letter strongly condemning the tango It has been 174 years since the time of the last Pope Benedicte On his election to the Papacy in 1740 Cardinal Prospero Lainbertlnl as sumed that title It is an Interesting fact that the new Pope was Arch Blsh of Bologna while Pope Benedlcte was born in Bologna According to a dispatch from Rome dated at 250 oclock Wednes day afternoon and received in New York early Thursday the White Star line steamer Canoplc bearing Car dinals Gibbons and OConnell to Rome was not due at Naples until Friday Therefore it is probable that neither of these two American Cardinals participated In the election of the new Pope Upon hearing the news of the election Bishop Denis ODonaghue of the Louisville diocese said to the reporter I presume the report is authentic and I am glad there has been so little delay I do not find anything concerning Cardinal Della Chiesa in the Annuarlo Pontlfico for 1914 but I find a reference to Arch bishop Giacomo Della Chlesa of Bologna The only Information given concerning him however is that he was born November 21 1854 at Genoa and that he was made Bishop of Bologna In 1907 When told that the new Pope would assume the title of Benedicte XV the Bishop smiled at his Secre tary and said Do you remember what I remarked early this morn- Ing He went on to explain When I arose this morning I was thinking of the title which probably would be assumed by the new Incumbent Of course he would not choose Plus Leo too was too recent and as I ran back over the list Benedlcte XIV occurred to mo and I said Yes ho will probably be called Benedlcte XV Bishop ODonaghue than gave directions for the ringing of all the church hells In the diocese for ten minutes after the angelus CATHOLIC SUMMER SCHOOL Though the summer vacation season is fast drawing to a close the Cliff Haven Catholic Summer School Is still furnishing recreation and entertainment to hundreds of guests Throughout the month of August which was marked by a glorious stretch of beautifull weather the Cliff Haven vacation center attracted an attendance which broke all previous records and now the first week in September finds fl large crowd of pleasure seekers prolonging their stay there Next week will bring with it Labor day and the five days centenary celebration In memory of the his torical events which culminated In the battle of Plattsburg September 11 1814 Preparations for the celebration are very nearly com plete and the summer schoolers are eagerly awaiting the opening event of the centenary a religious celebration which will take place on the grounds of the Catholic Sum School on Sunday A solemn high mass will be celebrated on that day by the Rev F P Siegfried of St Charles Seminary Overbrook anda sermon will be preached by the Rev Thomas F Campbell S J the famous preacher and author The choral singing which Is to form o prominent apart bf the pro gramme will be rendered by a picked choir from the Troy Vocal Society whisk Is now sojourning on the Summer School grounds Lectures IJ I- Ie A 1 KENTUCKY IRISg r AMERICAN during the week were delivered by the Rev S W Fay S T LtMrs Luna HtE Van Zandt of Buffalo and the Rev Thomas Scanlan S T L of Babylon L It GOLDEN JUBILEE What promises to be one of the most Joyous events in the history of St Mary iMagdalon church will be the golden Jubilee of their beloved pastor Rev Father William Gause pohl on next Thursday for which that congregation through an active committee of which Jacob Hoertz is Chairman and William T Meehan is Secretary aided by a ladles commit tee have been actively engaged for several weeks In making arrange ments The beautiful little edifice on Brook street near College which for two months past has been In the hands of the decorators presents a most attractive appearance while the new furnishings add to the richness of the Interior which work was completed Just a few days previous to Father Gausepohls return from a vacation spent in Michigan- As previously stated It Is tho pur pose to present Father Gausepohl with a purse containing a sum of money befitting the occasion From the liberal responses Father P M Monogohatf Treasurer of the fund feels confident that by next Monday evening the fund will reach the sum anticipated which will be anode known at the final meeting of the entire committee to be held at the residence of Hon Jacob Hoertz 820 South Floyd street At the grand Jubilee mass Dr George Schuhmann D D will be master of ceremonies Father Charles P Raffo deacon of the mass with Father Robert Craney as subdeacon It is expected that eighty visiting priests will be in attendance while among the distinguished outoftown visitors will be Vicar General Bross hart of Covington and Right Rev Abbott Obrecht of Gethsemane Coadjutor Bishop Chartrand of In dianapolis who had been Invited will be unable to be In attendance by reason of doing the honors on the above date and at the same hour atI offFatherat Oldenburg Ind who with Father Gausepohl were ordained together at St Peters Cathedral In Cincinnati on SePtember 10 1864 The Jubilee will begin with the childrens mass Wednesday morning and In the evening there will be a reception on the church lawn when Hon Jacob Hoertz will make the presentation to Father Gausepohl the other speakers being Charles J Cruise Charles F Taylor Peter J Dowllng and the venerable jublllar lan Thursday morning the Jubilee mass will be celebrated Father William being assisted by the priests of the diocese who will be enter tained at a banquet at the Watterson Hotel with Father Schuhmann as toastmasterFriday there will be a requiem high mass for the deceased members of the parish INTO XEW HALL Thomas Tarpy presided over the meeting of Division 1 A O H Tuesday night the attendance being larger than usual Chairman Cleary reported none an the sick list while the receipts considerably swelled the treasury After reading a communi cation from County President Will lam J Connelly the division voted to send its full quota of delegates to the State convention at Covington and also elected alternates By a unanimous vote it was decided to meet hereafter in the Llederkranz Hall building at Sixth and Walnut on the second and fourth Thursday evenings of the month That the division will have a centrally located meeting place will prove beneficial as It will be more convenient for the members Secretary Cuslck will send out special notices for tltity ne meeting which will be In the nature of a housewarming THIRD STROKE FATAL Malgoire Louis Dubourg long prominent In the affairs of Louis ville and Shelby county and a man of wide acquaintance and popularity passed away Tuesday afternoon at the home of his sonh law Will S Kaltenbacher political editor of the Times 730 South Eighteenth street The end came not unexpectedly and he was surrounded by his children Apoplexy and hardening of the arteries caused his death He was stricken with paralysis In February but apparently had recovered when a month ago ho received a second stroke Again he seemed on the road to recovery when stricken Saturday aftrnoon The remains were taken to Shelbyville where the funeral was held Thursday morning Rev Father Riley conducting the solemn services DEDICATION t Father Thomas York pastor of St Pauls on Jackson street has set dateforedifice The old church was de stroyed by fire and caused a heavy loss but Father York and his people were undaunted They went earnestly to work and have had erected- a larger and finer church building one that will stand for years as a monument to heir religious zeal and energy SIXTEEN LADY BRANCHES The Catholic Knights of America which now receives women into membership has sixteen lady branches and nBrooklyn St Louie Chicago Cincinnati Toledo Eva ts vllle Houston and other cities they hays greatly benefited the order There area number of lady mem hers here In Louisville who will ooncoopratewJth President Ben Kruse and the Central Committee In forming a local ladles branch r G MDONOUGH Memorial at Plattslnirgh to Bo ItembcrI I I Centennial His Decisive Victory Over the British Fleet At the Age of Sixteen Was Ap IJolntmllUldshllUl1nl1InNa3 ROSE TO RANK OF COMMODORE In the always Interesting sundry civil act which this year was approved by President Wilson on August 1 the following provision and appropriation Is made For the erection of memorials at or near Plattsburg New York In commemoration of the victory of Commodore Thomas Macdonough on Lake Champlain In September 1814 In accordance with plans to be approved by the Secretary of War and commissions to be appointed by the States pf Vermont and Now York respectively to be expended by the Secretary of War 15000 to ward the memorial of the State of Vermont and 125000 toward the memorial of the State of New York in all 140000 Provided That no part of the said appropriation shall be paid out of the Treasury until after the State of New York shall have appropriated a sum not less than 125000 for its said memorial and celebration This celebration will be held at Pittsburgh N Y on September 11 to commemorate the centennial of Commodore Macdonoughs decisive victory over the British fleet under Capt Downie Macdonough lived in a romantic age of our naval history Ho was the contemporary of Hull Decatur Lawrence Porter Stewart and oth ers The lives of many of these have been written their records pre served their memory duly honored but who was this Macdonough who down to the civil war was the greatest figure of them a11T His grandfather James Mac donough came from Ireland to America about 1730 find settled at New Castle Delaware at a place known as The Trappe Thomas Macdonough Sr the father of the Commodore was born there In 1747 and there he studied and prac ticed medicine until the opening of the Revolution Ho rendered dis tinguished services and for gallant conduct In the battle of Long Island he received the thanks of Gen Washington Ho died in 1795 Thomas Macdonough Jr the Commodore was born on December 131 1783 and was one of four broth era the oldest of whom served in tho navy of the United States and lost a leg in the battle between the Constellation still afloat and Llnsurgente on February 18 1799 At the age of sixteen Thomas was appointed a midshipman in the navy by President John Adams From 1800 to 1814 he served on many ships of the United States navy and In 1811 Paul Hamilton then Secretary of the Navy suggested that Macdonough present his resignation due to a request for a furlough which was the cause of the differ ence Young Macdonough was In formed that In consideration of his good standing his request would be grantedOn 12 1812 Macdon ough was ordered to take command of the vessels on Lake Champlain He was then stationed at Portland Maine and he made the journey on horseback carrying only a bundle and a valise Upon his arrival at the lake ho commenced at once to collect his men ammunition and supplies but during the fall of 1812 and summer of 1813 little was accomplishedOn morning September 11 1814 tho British fleet hove around Cumberland Head while Macdonough knelt In prayer on the deck of the Saratoga He waited until the British ship Conflanco came within range and then fired the first gun himself killing and wound Ing several men and carrying away her wheel This was the signal for general firing on the part of the Americansand Hi Was a great American victory in fact Macdon ough alone among all the Ameri can commanders is distinguished In having commanded the only smaller fleet that ever defeated a larger one Tho loss of both sides in killed and wounded was great and when the battle ceased hardly a mast was standing In either fleet An old sailor who had been with Nelson at Trafalgar declared that that w sIbut a flea bite to this Mr Roosevelt In his Naval War of 1812 says Captain Perrys name is more widely known than that of any other commander Every school boy reads about him if of no other sea captain yet he stands on a lower grade than Macdonough And again But It will always be a source of surprise that the American glorifleJiPerryadr I force and have paid comparatively little attention to Macdonougha vie tory which was really Won against decided odds In ships men andI metal Macdonough was appointed a Captain lit the navy to rank froml September Lll 1814 He wa always spoken of as Commodore be cause he oomaumdad adeet After r September COMING 6 EVENTSII nual excursion to Mammoth Cave September 10Euchre and lotto and supper at St Augustines Hall 1308 West Broadway for benefit of St Augustines church 21 Afternoon andISeplember and bazar for benefit of St Williams church on parish grounds Thirteenth and Oak September 22Euehre and lotto at Bertrand Hall for benefit of St Louis Bertrand church 4WOOM090000tNONO6000000the served at various places and during his cruise in the Mediterranean his health declined and he was relieved of the command of the Constitution on October 14 1825 but while en route to the United States he died at sea November 10 1825 and so at a little less than fortytwo years of age a brilliant career was closed On the morning of thegrcat bat tie he prayed with his men as he saw the enemy approaching and remarked that they are superior to us In force but by the blessing of God we can beat them and In re porting the battle to the Navy De partment he declared that The Almighty has been pleased to grant us a signal victory He added distinction to his serv ice glory to his country lustre to his flag and nobility to mankind RECENT DEATHS Mrs Winifred Quinn aged eighty years has been called Into eternal rest She was the widow of William Quinn who died thirty years ago and resided at 131 North Fourth street Surviving her are one daughter Mrs B Seibert and three sons Patrick Martin and John Quinn The funeral was held Tuesday morning from St Michaels church Rev Martin OConnor offi ciating at the mass of requiem Joseph Et Rush aged thirtysix died Monday afternoon at his home 425 Qulncy avenue following an ill ness of nephritis He was employed by the Oertel Brewing Company and was widely known and respected in the East End Besides his wife ho leaves five children two brothers two sisters and his mother Funeral services were held Thursday morn Ing at St Josephs attended by a large number of mourning friends and relatives Tho funeral of ira Mollie Mur phy wife of Richard Murphy 315 West Thirteenth street Jefferson ville was held Monday morning from St Augustines church Rev Father Halplnjcelebratlng the high mass of requiem ilre Murphy was fiftyone years old and before her marriage was Miss Mollle Kennedy Besides her husband she leaves four children John Walter Kate and Helen Murphy A wide circle oi friends mourn her death which fol lowed an operation for appendicitis William J Gazzalo Sr well known and popular and for several years a clerk In the Tax Receivers office who succumbed Monday morn Ing was burled Wednesday morning from St Brlglds church Until two weeks before he was In good health and the announcement of death came as a shock to his legion of friends He is survived by his widow Mrs Margaret Gazzolo two sons Charles and William J Gazzolo Jr two daughters Mrs Eula and Margaret Gazzolo n brother John Gazzolo and four sisters Mrs George Blerod and Mrs Andrew May of Louisville and Mrs Clara Young and Mrs Stella Falarl of Memphis Tenn CLERICAL CHANGE Profound sorrow pervaded St Anthonys parish in Jeffersonville last Sunday when Father Louis Ham mer O M C announced that he had been transferred to Grand Rapids Mich People of all denominations expressed regret over the de parture of Father Hammer He came to St Anthonys December 3 1910 after being stationed at St Peters church Seventeenth street and Garland avenue Louisville four years Previous to that he was at Terre Haute Ind for two years He is a native of Louisville and his mother Mrs Jacob Hammer resides at 231 College street He was or dained a priest July 29 1900 and has filled a number of important pulpits a STATE FAIR The twelfth annual State Fair which opens here on September 14 will be the greatest agricultural ex hibition ever held In Kentuckyar- eal farmers fair with an increase In entries In every department over last year The Kentucky State Fair lies made wonderful progress and the twelfth annual fair will be a big exposition of the States resources of manufactures and agriculture fine arts social progress and all the things that go to make Kentucky a great State Never was the fair so well prepared for the opening on the first day Never have the entries been as large It will be a farmers fair and business mans fair and a womans fair for women will play- a big part in this years exposition Its success Will depend only on the weather CONVENTION Af COVINGTON Covjngton Hibernians have per fected every detail for the Kentucky State convention which opens there on September 14 Many delegates from Louisville will leave Sunday morning and those who arrive will be tendered a reception in St Pat rices Auditorium during the after noon During the coming week the delegates will likely decide upon tte road they will travel over and the time they will leave and thus ecure a special rate n jt CEREMONY Verifying the Popes Death and Transmission of Fisher mans Ring Now Used Exclusively to Seal Documents of the Holy See Its Surrender and the Cruel In sult That France Offered Plus XII MISFAKE THAT RING IS BROKEN The ceremony of verifying Pope Pius death began by placing on the ground at the left of the deceased Pontiff a velvet cushion of violet color On this cushion the Cardinal Camerlengo knelt for a few moments and prayed In a low tonerRising from his knees he bent over the body whose face veiled with linen has been laid bare for his inspection With a silver mallet of small size he struck the venerable forehead three times and speaking In a clear loud departedPontiffthe persons present he pronounced these words Sonctisslmus Pater 1 estfX Is really dead Having uttered these melancholy words the Camer lengo knelt down again and repeated aloud the De Profundls and the prayer Absolveall the persons prayerTheholy water and the face once more veiled with white linen Then the chief prelate of the Papal chamber brought forward ttye fishermans ring on a silver plate and gave It to the Cardinal Camerlengo This be apostolicchamberthat the Pope was deadthat this was his corpse and that the ring worn by the deceased has been transferred to the Camerlengo Before the confiscation of the customaryforchamber at this moment and send orders to the Mayor or Senator of Rome to toll the bell suspended In the Capitol which Swinging slow with sullen roar never flung Its tones to the wind except on the death of a Pope which was reserved exclusively for those solemn occasions and which by Its lugubrious melody vibrating sadly over the metropolis announced the great and melancholy tidings to the mourning and awestruck city But the con fiscation of the Papal territory rendered this ceremony Impossible The fishermans ring alluded to above Is not broken on this occasion as has often been asserted It is transmitted to the assembled Car dinals when the Sacred College first meets during the novendlal obsequies of the departed Pontiff This renowned ring of the fisherman Is not commonly worn by the Pope In ordinary life the Sovereign Pontiff wears a ring enriched with a precious stone which Is analogous to the episcopal ring comomnly worn by Bishops It is not the ring of St Peter When he officiates the Pope wears what Is tenured the Pontifical ring which sparkles with a large diamond encircled with emeralds and rubles The ring of the fisher man is used exclusively to Seal docu ments of the Holy See Upon what is called the bezel of this ring made of gold there Is an engraved figure of St Peter standing in a boat and flinging with two hands a net into the sea Hence it Is called the fishermans ringIIn 1809 when the eagles ot France were floating In the winds of Rome and the sacred city was occupied by the army of Napoleon- I Pius VII was ordered by Gen Radet to surrender the fishermans ring which at his election In 180G the Sacred Conclave had confided to his sacred keeping This command was a cruel Insult which at first the Sovereign Pontiff refused to comply with The French Government would be enabled by means of this ring he feared to issue dangerous documents prejudicial perhaps to faith and morals and lend them the sanction of the fishermans seal When forced finally to surrender It Plus VII obliterated or altered the engraving or stamp in the view perhaps of rendering It useless to his enemies This seal defaced In this manner was forwarded to Rome by the French General then In command of the army of occupation Plus VII In the absence of the fishermans ring made use of an iron seal engraved with the figures of Saints Peter and Paul and In scribed with the words Pro annulo piscatorial In lieu of the fisher mans ring The fishermans ring meantime was kept in Paris until Napoleon I was overthrown and the Bourbons restored when Louis XVIII presented it to the Sovereign Pontiff when quitting his prison Iri Fontainebleau This ring Is used exclusively to seal the briefs The bulls which are more important documents are stamped with tho leaden seal of the ancient parch mends I MEETING ON SUNDAY oclockthereand Elizabeth Hospital Of the ladles and gentlemen interested hi the success of the approaching beast for the benefit of that Institution Col and Mr Jame rWhallen hart donated an elegant diamond ring to be disposed of by chance Sug gestion has been made that a num ber of young ladles from different sections of the city enter the con test the one disposing of the largest number to be presented with a ladles solid gold bracelet and wrist watch the value of which will be not less than 25 SCHOOL FLAG RAISING Next Monday Labor day the St Vincent de Paul school at Shelby and Oak streets will raise the American flag on Its school grounds amid elaborate and beautiful ceremonies and In the presence of distinguished men from city and State The Hon EtJ McDermott Lieutenant Gov ernor of Kentucky will deliver a patriotic speech which will be pre ceded by the rendition of an appro priate programme The patriotic celebration will be followed by a lawn festival the proceeds of which are for the boneflfof St Vincent de Paul school Amusements and refreshments will be provided for In servedfromassured a hearty welcome and In eloquentLieutenant CATHOLIC CHARITIES theNationalCharities has completed the work of preparation for the third biennial CatholicUniversity Septemberwhich have been received from all sections of the country show that the Interest In this meeting Is wide spread and that In all probability the number of delegates will exceed that of any former year The dele gates to the conference will be the guests of the university at luncheon September 21 and 22 In extending delegatesBlahopeect dent of tho conference renews the hospitality which was one of the meetIngsI FOR LABOR DAY Hugh Frayne organizer of the American Federation of Labor John Mitchell and fortysix otherNew York labor leaders have united In a call to working men and women to attend services at St Patricks September I fixed Is tho evening before Labor i day and the service Is to be known as the Labor Sunday service The call reads For the last two years I workIIngii has beeq given at st patrickS I Cathedral Fifth avenue and Fiftieth street Arrangements have been t yearTheI with musical vespers to be followed BIChldwlckand the Trades Unions At the Labor Sunday service held last year I the attendance was so great that many had to be turned away I WILL BE RECORD BREAKER At a meeting of the ladles and gentlemen of St Louis Bertrands church held Monday evening in I Bertrand Hall the announcement prejparingI prizes and thirtytwo cakes had been promised for the euchre and lotto to be given on September 22 with many more promised all Indications pointing to a record breaker In the number of prizes to be given at the euchre The Young Mens Social Club members offered their services as a boosters committee to adver tise the affair RELIGIOUS EDUCATION The best gift that parents can give to their child Is a religious edu cationa training that will not only develop the intellect but also form the character to righteousness discipline the will inform the conscience and instill Christian principles of life Our Catholic schools are sec ond to none in the secular education they give They are far ahead of the Godless schools in the training they give in the knowledge and the prac tice of religion Wise parents will send their children to schools where i God is not ignored and Christ Is not forbidden to enter HAVE LITTLE nOPE Patrolman Mike OHare formerly powerfuljmenj dying of galloping consumption laII i I Mooresvllle Ind where he was removed I a few days ago from Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Patrolman i OHare who weighed 240 pounds was taken 111 a few months ago after being drenched at a fire Ho resided at 1801 High street with an uncles I Patrick Connelly He had been on the force for twelve years- SIXTYSEVEN Archbishop Messmer of Mil waukee one of the most active pro moters of the American Federation of Catholic Societies was sixtyseven years old Saturday Hero In Louis ville he made many friends during the national convention two years ago Archbishop Messmor was consecrated In March 1892 and was transferred from Green Bay to MI- lwaukee and raised to the archle plscopal dignity November 28 1903 THEY READ Interesting statistics have been published recently regarding the Catholic press of the German empire There are 1241 Catholic newspaper s now appearing to Germany Auetrfat Und Switzerland tj WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give Tins Office Your Next Order RHEA Chosen as Campaign Chairman by the Democratic State Committee Rewarded For Enormous Beck ham Vote Returned From Logan County Harmony One Essential Lacking in Present Conduct of Campaign BROWN FOR COMMISSIONER At a Joint meeting of the Demo cratic State Central and Executive attheTom Rhea was chosen as Chairman tortheselection exGovshorttErmevincing any preference for the posi theBeckhamstalceInconfident andItLoganthatthe recent primary to Stanleys 731 seventyrivebeinglarger than the whole vote cost In theThirdl receivedgreatdealmark being frequently heard that If the European war question had not taken up public Interest at that time countysIIn hasisecuring such a large vote In an yearihave difficulty In using the same tactics throughout the State but It givenfullserved for Percy Haly who has not recovered sufficiently tram the jbpdjv toinowUrey Woodson was on hand to poaltlonteeman It having been rumored prior to the primary that Woodson had sacrificed his neighbor Con gressman Stanley and made a deal through Percy Haley to be chosen National Committeeman In return for his support of Beckhnm but which support seemed to have no in fluence with the Democratic voters SeconddistrictcarryingI MrIBeckham gave rise to the rumor that the redoubtable Percy would step in and grab the plum for himself but doingthismaking frantic overtures for har mony Just now realizing that in ex Gov Augustus E Wlllson they have a formidable foe and a candidate who will secure many Independent votes while at the same time recur Ing the support of many Democrats and liquor men who will not support Beckham under any consideration- It is hoped for the sake and future of the Democratic party that a harmonious plan of campaign will be arranged but as stated in these thatBeckhamthe party to cary in November the returns from Logan county as re ferred to above do not convince many that Mr Beckham was an over whelming favorite In the ranks Henry Bell who was tendered the appointment of Election Commis hasIbeen forced to decline on account of illhealth having been confined to the Jewish Hospital for some time and In all probability James B Brown will be appointed his selec + tion and performance of duty In tho past having been satisfactory to the men of all parties which Is saying quite a good deal when it Is taken Into account that he served in the last couple of elections which yro 1 bitterly fought and many per sonalities Injected by both sides MAMMOTH CAVE EXCURSION Trinity Council Y M I will give their annual excursion to Mammoth Cave tomorrow the train leaving Union Station Tenth and Broadway at 9 a m arriving at Mammoth Cave at noon leaving the Cave at 7 I arrIvingIfee In addition to special attention of the Committee of Arrangements from Trinity Council the Chairman Dan J Hennessy being In charge of the affair before can give any in formation to parties desiring to go his Homo phone being City 3238 ALWAYS TRICKY Why did tricky England cut the tUItheGerman cable In order to facilitate Ithe work of England In poisoning thelreatOemD f r r f 4 l- r Jbf3i1 iTITOKY Y RIK AlW RIOAN 1 KENTUCKY JRSft ftMERIGftN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYI + tv tell to the Social and ttorl idvaacememeai of Irish Americans and Catfcollcs Officially Indorsed oy Ancient Order oi Hibernians Young M ns Institute and CathoHc Knights of America NTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COIncorpomed Publlehersl pcaBdtred the UtnliYllli PeitiHIc Si SteoaaCUMTUtur 4 irsall ComoinDUttloni to tte KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Orem St LOUISVILLE AX SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5 19141 h BREATHES CHRISTIAN SPIRIT Catholics and Christians will ap preciate the following from tho Very Rev Charles Ewell Cralk dean ot which ap Christ Church Cathedral ImmediatelyPius X and which breathes the spirit that should possess every heart As we go to press news comes of the death this morning of the head of the great Roman Catholic church to many It means no more than the death of any other man To millions devout people of faithful and throughout the world it comes as a deep personal and inexpressible sor row Whatever may be our attitude and teaching of theas to the claims Church of Rome and of the Pope as spiritual head of Christendom every one must agree that In the death of Pope Pius X the world has lost a personal piety andman of supreme religious earnestness of singular humility of worldwide sympathy If all Christians had been as deeply moved over the horrors of the pres ent war and had prayed with the same intensity of devotion for peace as did Pope Plus X we believe God in His mercy might have moved the hearts and minds of the rulers of the world for its accomplishment We extend our deep sympathy to our j friends of the Roman communion in this city in this time of mourning HENRI CORNEREDI i To show his Idve for John Bull and i Watiterson came out strong against the Germans this past week and grew so bold as to say that there was not a I sympathizer of the Kaiser in the United States outside of the German Aimericans and advised the latter 1C they leaned that way they should I by all means shoulder a gun and I Join the German army The conse quence of the above was that the CourierJournal was deluged with I protests and Watterson attacked so vigorously that he contented himself Thursday by saying To hell with the Hohenzollerns and the Haps burgs PRESIDENT AVILSQNS MESSAGE Labor day a day that brings a message of cheer to the workers of America is again here Its observ ance its recognition is not only expedient but is necessary in Justice to the rights of the worker In spite of its legalization in most rrStates and its celebration in all larger cities thousands of men employers and employes remain Indifferent regarding Labor day This attitude is inconsistent with the principles of the day Organized labor with due limitation Gas been Presidents i I l ness men The President of the United States Woodrow Wilson r Iwhose policies have the admiration of the world now comes forward with this beautiful message to the laborers of America through Jho American iFederatlonlst I feel that I can in good con science and with a heart full of deep confidence send a word of cbeer as you suggest to the workers of America on this Labor day of thei Interesting year 1914 No one can look about him with frank eyes either in our beloved country or in F any of the great nations of our time which have civilization In their hands without feeling that there is a steady movement both of purpose and action toward Justice and a fuller comprehension and realization of the essential rights and liberties of men The movement may be slow may at times seem distressingly and discouragingly slow but it Is unmistakable and all that we have to do to set it forward with ever increasing momentum is to think Justly purpose the things that are right and be afraid of nothing eX- cept to be unfair and selfish and 1 hasty when interests as great as the country Itself arc involved ARE AMERICANS AM Patriotism is a sentiment natural to most men and even when men leave the land of their birth and come1 to a new country they find it difficult to throw off thetles that bind to the old It is to be expected that the present worldconflict will stir antagonistic emotions among the children of the various European races in this country But we are alt Americanarand for Americans the word ol tW PreeldeBt calling for- sompleteneutrality S iIIto beIteark- enedtoi J 4 ti 1 f1 RH Bspfop RANK FALSEHOOD The narrowminded editor of the local Baptist paper the Western Recorder In connection with an at tack on President Wilson for expressing sympathy on the death of the Pope also says in referring to SomehowIi success of the Austrian arms for no other reason than that Jhe Austrians were Romanists When this small bigot wrote the above statement he knew that he lied as His Holiness not only prayed for peace but his request for prayers was published throughout the world every paper In this district containing the Asso ciated Press dispatch to that effect JailOH DAY AGAIN Despite the fact that the European war has disturbed industrial condi tions in the United States temporarily Labor day will find the American workingmen enjoying bet ter conditions than they have ever known In this country Antagonism and hatred so marked a few years ago have given way to mutual help j fulness and almost everywhere a hearty cooperation between em ployers and wage earners now obtainsThis is largely due to a realization of the fact that their alms are Identicall and their Interests mutual which has led to a friendly attitude that it Is sincerely hoped will become universal Though there may be found an occasional unjust employer and foolish agitator there Is no gainsaying that in no land on the face of the earth is labor more happy than in America All is peace here while Europe Is convulsed with war American factories and fields are tiled with workers In the arts of peace while the workmen of Europe are playing the grim game of slaugh tering one another America Is still the land of opportunity for those who toll and each year the condition of the workers grows better and better i The social conscience of the I nation seems to be aroused and where fifty years ago the worker had little consideration his welfare is today a subject of universal Interest Italy has canceled her participa tion in the iPanamaPaciflc Exposi tion Commissioner Ernecto Nathan l former Mayor of Rome seems to be I I hopelessly In eclipse Beaten at home and discarded abroad he is what is commonly called d dead oneII the Catholic schools will be opened with a religious service and every day during the year religion will be taught while at the same time the children will be given I ample instruction in the secular branches j ORPHAN SOCIETY The Catholic Orphan Society Is rapidly starting branches in the tilt ferent congregations in the city ard I at the last general meeting of thd1 society the branches that had or reprcIsentattves St AgnesGeorge Waechter St JamesWilliam G Hume St Brigid James B Kelly St Charles BorromeoGeorge H NaberSt Cecilia Thomas Dolan St JohnJohn H Metcalf St Frances of RomeCharles Breckel Blessed Sacrament Jas Greene St AloysiusFrank Murphy At this meeting Bishop ODonag hue was present as one of the Trustees and among the visitors were the Rev Francis OConnor who has taken such an interest in the society and the Rev P M Monaghan The society is now installing electric lights and water in the St Thomas home on the Newburg road CHAPTER MEETING The chapter meeting of the Pas slonlst Order will take place at the Sacred Heart Retreat Newberg road on September 8 The Provincial Father Jerome accompanied by his first and second consultors Father Alfred and Father Isidore respectively all of Norwood Park Chicago will attend as will also rectors and superiors from tile East ern povlnces AnelectJon of Superiors will be held FIRST malt MASS Tomorrow morning at St Peters church on Garland avenue the Rev Father Matthew Schneiders 0 M C who was a bpy of that congrega tion will sing his first high mass Father Matthews was ordained at +GouvalnBelgium last July and arrived Here thiss week He I1le the eon of Henry Vcbneldtri of Dumwnlli street- f 1 yfJi rS0GmV 1 Mrs Mayme Costello spent a week with Mrs John E Sexton in Richmond Miss Mary Darrell spent the past Week in Cloverport wjth Mrs J B Severs Miss Anna OKeefe has been visit ing In Frankfort the guest of Miss Mary Powers Mr and Mrs George Hoertz of Beechmont will return next week from Atlantic City Miss Mary Firfegan has returned from a weeks visit to Miss Alice Stamper at Crestwood Mrs George Buchart had as her guest this week her sister Miss Katherine Kearns of Lebanon Mss Mary G Ridge will leave to morrow on a visit to relatives at Bedford Ind for a two weeks stay Mrs M J Kelly of Marydale is home from Washington D C where she visited her sister Miss Mayme Cook Misses Catherine Green and Elsa Burns are home from Springfield where they visited Miss Gertrude Shader t Sojourning at West Baden last week were M W Walsh and wife Thomas W Ford and R Montgomery and wife Misses Doris and Goldie Herfurth spent last week as the guests of Misses Mayme and Blanche Tobin In FrankfortMisses Margaret Leamy and Kathryn Heffernan have returned from a three weeks visit In Lebanon and Springfield Miss Marie Donovan has returned to her home In jeffersonvillo after a visit to her brother Patrick Dono van in Indianapolis Miss Elsie Huher has been enter taining as her guest Miss Ethel Newman who accompanied her home from Bardstown Junction John Mengher Deputy License In spector is on his vacation and has been visiting relatives and friends In Frankfort this past week Mrs Ellen Steele who was the truest of Mrs Patrick DIckson and family In Jeffersonvllle left Wednes day for her home In Evansville Mrs Walter Cummings and chil dren spent a delightful week at Lebanon Junction with the former parents Mr and Mrs L A Tilden Mrs John McLaughlin and Miss Mamie Hennessy have been visiting back of New Albany this past week as the guests of Miss Katie Jacqueau Mrs Henry Bach and daughter Mary Rose have Just returned from Nashville after a ten days visit to Miss Blanche Dennis a niece of Mrs BachWilliam George Gross Is the title of the newly arrived son of Mr and Mrs Albert Gross of 1362 South Sixth street being christened last Sunday Misses Mayme OBrien Nell Sulli van Virginia Donahue and Lula OBrien have returned from a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Peter Hurle at Farabee Ind- William J Chawk left Sunday night for a six weeks business trip of the principal Western cities In cluding Kansas City Denver Omaha and St Louis Mrs John King and son Thomas King and Misses Margaret Walsh Margaret and Evelyn King motored I to Frankfort to spend a few days visiting friends Harry J Hennessy who has been located In Toronto Canada since tho first of the year arrived home Thursday to spend his vacation of about two weeks Mr and MrsJ C Fedler Sirs E F Hickey and Miss Kitty RItz of New Albany have returned from a three weeks motor trip to Wisconsin Illinois and Michigan spendIng parents in Jeffersonville left this week for St Melnrads where he Is studying for the priesthood Miss Marie S Hill the popular young stenographer in the local office of the Illinois Central railroad has Just returned from Springfield and other points in that section where she was the recipient of much social attention several dances and receptions being given In her honor Miss Irene Schmitt entertained with a muslcale at her home Tuesday evening and those present were Misses Mary Lf flax Grace Kirn Mary G Ridge Hortense Twyman Irene Schmitt Messrs Walter L Pilson John M Hennessy Joseph R Kelly T Finck Martin and J Carlyle Schmitt Mrs J E Waller and little daugh ter have returned to their home In Lexington after spending two weeks here as the guests ot their mother Mrs 3I J Daly of 721 South Fourth avenue During their stay the visitors were honor guests at a number of delightful entertainments ar ranged by their friends- CtTtROLTrON The contract for the Interior wood work of the new St Johns church at Carrollton has been llet to the Scott Brothers Company who will begin the work at once A concrete sidewalk is now being constructed and this pronl 8tQbeauUly the church property considerably On Wednesday of last week the pastor ReVCJ Boeklage united in marriage Andr w Wpatrlek and Miss Clare ReaehUtr both prominent young people ot hit parish 4 CATHOLICITY UnS Grown tit Atlantic City and Four Churches Upholds i the Faith St Nicholas of Tolcntiiio Was Cradle of the Religion There Father Michael Francis Gal lagher an Earnest and Faith ful Worker REPETITION OF THE OLD STORY By James A Rooney LL D The alumni of Niagara Uni versity who wfll gather at Atlantic City next month in their regular an nual session as well as Catholics in general will be interested in review ing the Catholic history of that now famous watering place whose old Indian name of Absecon or Absegami Little Water was changed at the time of Its incorporation In July 1854 The Catholics among the throngs at the noted resort will have something to regret if they fall to visit the Augustinlans Church of St Nicholas of Tolentino a real gem of architectural genius built of Mount Airy granite and the center of a stately cluster of buildings on Pacific avenue between Tennessee and New York avenues free from debt and representing an outlay of 350000 This now church was begun In 1902 under the present worthy rector the Rev F J Mc Shane O S A and was solemnly consecrated irrevocably to the serv ice of God and religion by the Apostolic Delegate the Most Rev John Bonzano on June 6 of this yearThe cornerstone of the original church was laid on the feast of Its patron the wonderworker of the September Patrick E Moriarty O S A But Catholicity had made some little progress even before that for the first mass was celebrated by Father Michael Francis Gallagher O S A In the large room of the Bedioe House at what is now the corner of Atlantic and Massachusetts avenues The date was probably about April 18 1855 When the need of a more worshipbecamoand Patrick OReilly a contractor building the Camden Atlantic railroad presented Father Gallagher with a plot of ground on the south side of Atlantic avenue near Ten nessee and on this he built a two story chapell This first place of Divine worship was blessed and placed under the patronage of St Nicholas the preacher of the dedicatory sermon being the Rev Daniel Sheridan rector of St Michaels church Philadelphia who on July 12 185G lost his life with parishionersInsylvania railroad at Camp Hill In a very few years the Catholics had Increased so in numbers espe cially during the summer seasons that a larger church became a neces sity and the cornerstone was laid as stated September 10 1857 The building was constructed of material intended for the Church of St Denis at West Haverford Pa also in charge of the Augustinlans and the frame and timbers were transported to Atlantic City and used there The church was blessed and opened for divine service Juno 24 1858 All this work devolved on Father Gallagher the founder of the mission and an indefatigable worker He was born at Drummore Ireland in 1802 Coming to America In his DlsbopFrancisdelphia by whom he was ordained In 1837As Nicholas has always been ttended by the Augustinians as it is how they continued their ministra Ions after the departure of Father Gallagher and among those who labored there both during his time and afterward up to 1880 were Fathers Edward M Mullen Louis M Edge Patrick A Stanton Patrick E Moriarty D D Philip OFarrell Mark Crane Joseph D Bowles Joseph Biggin George A Meagher and Peter Crane During the summer there was always daily mass and once a month on Sundays for the rest of the year In 1880 the Very Rev John J Fedlgan President of Villa nova became permanent resident rector of St Nicholas He entered the church to double its former capacity and today with a new church the parish has grown beyond the fondest dreams of its founders in numbers and influence with Father McShane as rector The planting and growth of the faith in Atlantic City is only a repetition of the story of Catholicity throughout- ur country The seed sown in the ioor little mission by the sea and its andful of Catholics in 1855 has in reased many hundred fold and now the capacity of four Catholic churches is taxed by the adherents of the old faith who make up the permanent population or seek health and relaxation from the cooling breezes of Absecon Island FUND FOR WAR VICTIMS In accordance with the resolution passed at its recent convention in Pittsburgh the Central Verein or National Federation of German Cath olio Societies has begun to collect funds for those of German or Austrian nationality who are rendered dependent by the present European conflict Such funds are to be sent directly to Germany and Austria for distribution there and are not to be turned over to the American or English Red Cross or any like agency The bread winners of many thou sands of homes will be killed in thee present struggle and no matter what nation may be victorious the Bufferings among the people ae tbeI rult of the war will b very treat a dwlU be experienced no doubt o for some time after the termination of actual fighting It Is to provide for such cases that this collection Is to be made Money intended for this JosephFreyQJuenemannMinn msiiop MAES Right Rev C P Maes Bishop of Covlngton who was in Belgium at the time of the invasion of that country is now in London and this week cabled Father Gorey that he will sail for homo from Liverpool or September 11- STATUS OF HOME RULE relegatedhomeparative oblivion but It is a live interpretation speech of July 30 and that failing a settlement which can afterward be embodied in an amending meas ure the home rule bill will be sent to the King for his signature and placed upon the statute book when the date fixed for the prorogation of Parliament arrives Some Tories may pretend not to toIthe triumphant passing of the two statutebookParliament act but a great majority of Unionists are under no delusions on the point They realize that fail ure to pass these measures would discredit the Government in the eyes of the country and might easily prove fatal to the Ministry and wholly disastrous to the British em persistInperial situation they willto use a phrase that may be described as adonewhichItpeople Is the nerveshattering statement that the Ulster Volunteers will thehomeofficially or unofficially in authority suggestedthat threatloavesextremelyThe bare idea ofn German In theBritishalong the Southern coast the most beingtakonBerehaven maynowoccupiedbywith gunners and artillery Queens ofthethat port having been entirely cut harbor resort is also deserted the women and children having been ordered out noticeThecommandered by the military and are being fitted up for hospital pur poses Even the nuns of the Cross haven Convent have had to leave at takenInlocalhospitalsrequIsitionedThealso been commandered for hospital purposes GENEROUS PROTESTANT Bishop Llllls of Kansas City at the Knights of Columbus banquet last week related the following A gentleman who is not a Cath ollcI can mention his mine and I do It with a great deal of gratifi cationcalled at my house and asked me what charity I would like to have helped at the present time 1 told him that nearly everyone of the charity institutions in the city were always in need of help and that Just at the present time the House of the Good Shepherd seemed to be the greatest In need He and I visited the House of the Good Shepherd He came bank and he said Lets go to the Little Sisters of the Poor And when he came back to the residence after visiting these insti tutions he handed me over 10000 5000 for the House of the Good Shepherd 2500 for the Little Sis ters of the Poor 2500 for the Orphans Girls Society and that man Is Mr Ford Harvey I want to say to you that he appeared to have a great deal more pleasure in giving that 10000 than I had in receiving It PROGRESS OF TIlE WAR We have reached the second sober sense in our attitude toward the great European war There was no gainsaying the fact that at the open Ing of hostilities there was a pro nounced antiGerman sentiment in this country Why it is difficult to explain But all that is now changed and we have become impar tial spectators of the mighty strug gle that is going on across the water Perhaps the greatest factor in bringing about such a change in public sentiment was the systematic attempt on the part of Bridesources of ihofrmdtlon to deceive the American public We wero led to believe that the Germans had received an irreparable check at Liege AH the despatches were ofa decidedly antiGerman character The facts have gradually come out The American public is at llength undeceived Perfidious Albion has sought to play its old game but events have proved too strong for tho lying agency Boston Hibernian GROWING The movement to organize a Col orado Catholic Historical Society to preserve records of the work done by priests and laymen in the missionary days in that State is grow ing DROPS 50 PER CENT Wars effect upon the tide of im migration into the United States was Indicated last week by official figures showing a decrease of more than 50 per cent in the number of alleqs coning In during the first half ot August compared with UU lIme 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Ktw SecNril y n ARGUMENT From Catholic Church Stand point on the Educational I Question II i Fordham College Presidents FitjureH and Statistics For Proof Millions of Dollar Saved Non Catholic TuvPnyer Annually i SELF SACRIFICING INSTRUCTORS I The following extract from the paper of Very Rev Thomas J Me Ford1hamI annual meeting of the Catholic J I Educational Azsoclatlon held recently In Atlantic City is a clear and concise argument on the Catholic churchs posltlpn in regard to school educationIn I year 1829 the First Pro vincial Council of Baltimore clearly states that It is absolutely neces sary that schools should be estab lished in which the young may beI taught the principles of faith and morality while being Instructed in letters In the year 1852 the first Plenary Council of Baltimore de creed that Schools be established in connection with all the churches At the second Plenary Council held in 1866 it was decreed that In every diocese schools should be erected in which the Catholic youth may be Instructed in letters as well as in religion and sound morals At the third Plenary Council which was convened at Baltimore In 1884 the question of education was rec ognized as one of the most impor tant before the assembly The Bishops in their decree on education said We not only exhort Catholic parents with paternal love but we also command them with all the procurelorthem by God and destined for heaven n truly Catholic education sateguardthemtion merely secular during the entire period of childhood and youth The Bishops added In their pastoral letter Two objects we have In view to multiply our schools and to perfect them We must mul tiply them till every Catholic child in the land shall have the means of a Catholic education within its reach We must also perfect our schools as we repudiate the Idea that the Catholic school need be In any respect Inferior to any other school whatsoever The ideal of the council was Expressed In the words of the concluding decree That the parochial schools may be the honor and ornament the hope and strength not only of the church but also of the republic trainingIstors and it is the aim of the Catholic school to provide such moral train Ing most effectively The Catholic church is convinced that religion and morality must be united Her ex perience during the 2000 years in which she has civilized the world confirms this conviction She Is certain that the knowledge of the relations of the creature to the Creator is the most important of all subjects and the proper adjustment important tions and obligations must receive constant and serious attention Re ligion and morality can not long re main separated Men will not re vere the law If they ignore the law giverWashington In his farewell ad dress gave a wise warning when ho said Let us with caution Indulge the supposition that morality can be maintained without religion whatever may be conceded to the influ ence of refined education on minds of peculiar structure reason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in ex clusion of religious principles tollowingthisconsider ourselves as public bene factors when we teach our children mnst effectively to be moral and law abiding To do this we have placed upon ourselves a great and additional burden We pay our taxes for the public schools and as we can not conscientiously use these schools we have founded our own school system and spend annually thirty millions of dollars for the support of Catholic education The average cost for educating a child in the parochial school is about 10 a year In some parts of the country it is higher and in other parts it islowerbut the average cost is more than 50 per cent less childintenance of parochial schools at this onlythroughices given by hundreds and thousands of men and women who have devoted themselves to the work of Catholic education There art 275 teaching communities made up of religious men and women who have consecrated themselves to d0t11Q work for God and their fellowman They accept no remuneration except what Is barely necessary for per sonal sustenance The highest endBrotherssomepartsCatholics are fewer or have less nleans to pay their double tax fop education the religious teachers eke otaot selfsacrifice and devotion to high principles recalls the Ideal teacher pictured by Omerso1Only the adult can teach Not any profane tViaa pot any snaual7not any liar nvt oar stave can teach but only he- can Blve Who has The roan through whom the soul speaks slope can teach Courage pl ty levee wtedora It 1 t t SHOES directfrom1914 Up to date we have over 5000 satlified customers We know they are satisfied for they continue to reo peat their orders Why not save yourself the wholes profitBuy factory Over two hundred 200 stvles to choose from Send for our new illustrated fall and winter catalogue Remember We guarantee satis I faction or money turnedII I CATHOLIC I ROTEGT I Shoe Department OilYII ARLINGTON NEW I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IiD- IVISION C 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays TarpyNice McDer ottRecording Secretary Walter CusickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArmsTIn Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will tams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Fordr Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eighteenth and Portland President John M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial Secretaryjohn J Hes slon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant At Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays BertrandHall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far renSentlnelM J McDermott Y oM I MAC1UN 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 Cossln1 TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch Marshal Raymond E Schott Inside SentinelWilliam Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive CommitteeF G Ad ams George Simonls Frank Geller W A Link Chas Schuler cun teach But he who alms to speak as books enable as the system or fashion guides and as Interest commands merely babbles let him hush According to the report of the United States Commissioner of Edu sdtlon the average cost for each pupil in the elementary schools is 2267 a year At this rate the sav ing to the State by the elementary Catholic schools which educate 1400000 pupils is 32000000 a ear The amount It would cost he State to educate the many thou sands who attend the Catholic high schools academies colleges and universities would be many more millions each year It has been carefully estimated that the annual saving to the State accruing from the Catholic schools including teachers salaries books apparatus care of buildings and the cost of buildings Is about 100000000 The Catholic elementary schools are organized under the care of the pastor of each parish and are united In a diocesan system undoB the direction of the Bishop In most of the dioceses of the United States there Is a school board consisting of a select body of pastors appointed by the Bishop Besides this school board there Is in many dioceses a Superintendent of Schools The ordinary functions of the school board are to Inspect examine and regulate schools The regulations regard courses df studies text books and the certification of teachers Where there Is a Superintendent the school board receives his report con siders his recommendations and acts upon them In a legislative capacity The ordinary functions of the Super- Intendent are to insoect and examine the schools regulate the coureec ot studies and to determine whatever Is necessary for the standardization schools He renders an annual report to the Bishop and tha school 1 boardAs the Catholic elementary schools are usually taught bfc the members of a religious educational order there Is also an Inspector appointed from the ordnr for the schools BB conducted The elementary parish schools are established In pvory diocese of the United States There are more than five thousand of these parochial schools with an enrollment of I j llPlBesldeschools there Is a well organized system of secondary schools There are more than seven hHdrecV Catholic high schools and academies in the United StaUw Moat ofthe approvedbyl sN the State in which they are situated Many of the academies and high schools are listed as private schools and there Is a fee of tuition accord Ing to the elegance of the surround and the accommodations af lings to the students Some are schools but the majority are for day scholars only There are 125 Catholic colleges In themhavegrade There are twenty Catholic universities in the United States In all the populous dioceses there Is an education Thediocesesmaintaintheirstudentsinstitutionthedioceseadelphia St Louis or the other great centers Thus tho system of Catholic education totherealize the Ideal noted In the decree inDaltlmore j expresseeltheshallcontinue to grow ever more efficient and prove to be the honor and the ornament the hope and the strength not only of the church but8 republicLiberty pretenseexcellentjuristof Catholicsbesides the parent so the school Is the taxes for education spend thirty J besidestheequipmentetcparents may educate their children in ac constitutionalright torecallSuperintendentot ofNewMrPeward oftheSpencersaidIn regard to sectarianism in edu thattheInstruction a mode of avoiding sectarianism On thecontrary it Sectariancon particularclassother classes 1 religiousto Infuse them Into the minds of the3 would system their purpose different t1ecountryof Mr Seward and Mr Spencer had theUnitedour population of 100000000 only religionwhatsoeverare Catholics Sixtyeight millions of our people practice no religion what theirknowledge themtogiveIfeternity and areboundedpresent existence why should he not strive to get by any means in his power whatever may help him to any real wonderorourshould fall victims to the theories of anarchy and social unrest that are thatdivorcescrimeIncreases decadenceSeriousState and to theIndividual and are seeking a remedy AS Senator Mark Hanna said willhavebetter there Is no place for anarchy or treason in this country In this connection I once said that in the day of trouble the United States must look to the Supreme Court and the Roman Catholic church I will go further now and say that I her protector have in the hour of trial will be the Roman church always conservative and fair and loyal This Is the power that shall save us- LATEST IN STYLES Waists are accordeon platted all overSashes are of velvet Roman strlpecjThe clothingIsI Green Is the leading color for the coming months reappearing It is expected that fur is to trim coats again this winter The revival of broadcloth for coats and suits will delight many women Concerning colors black and white are now stylish above all elseIn both the cut and trimmings of some new suits there is a military and warlike note Heavy silks with raised velvet patterns will be much seen among gauntlets for fall White suede shoes with black patent leather tips lira among the smartest of smart shoes lEAns IIENCE The Oberammergau Passion Play will not take place until 1920 Pres sure was brought to bear to have it performed every five instead of ten years but the village authorities de performancef THE NAY t tWJNT applications are be 1 appointmenttwentytourones are to be named STILL A SLAVE And so youara an exslave said a traveler to an old colored man In the South and when the War ended you got your freedom No sub responded UiwlIII notrdorn r tI 10 i FRANK FEHR BREWING CO I1IPORATED Brewers and BottlerstLdUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING COytu D INCORPORATED 1 Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordcd a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Nome 767I767Z Cumb West C3 + SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 lHE WIEDEMANNIxCORPO- aATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flat ORUBER a DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREETSTELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KT IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY = J BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE Hto McKenna Distiller Fairfield fiyII PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnic Socials I Outings This beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix sill before closing contract TARRY DECKER Assistant Managrr THE 100 BOX DELUXE our Saturday SpecialI is the most remarkable Flower value obtainable Other BOXES DE LUXE at OQand 300 Coupons with every pur CllBBC Place Your Orders Friday for Delivery Saturday JACOB SCHULZ SInce 1873 THE FLOWERS SHOP AT SSO St FOURTH AVENUE COME TO SEE US IIN OUR NEW QUARTERS A llarger floor space ands beau tiful show room will enable us to serve you quicker and better than heretofore Remember our new number 1ipw 30UTH FOURTH STREET lET MAIN AND MARKET HOURS mIrH MODS CO a THE 2 FAVORITES of Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARRY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J Sc Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unionmad and the bestmade fur the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAXXBB SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- K13TMONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us- a call at our warerooms 318320 West Oreen St New Muldoon Monument 00m HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal OPTS in Finest Barnds of Ken tucky Whhkiesespeci- allyPearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND J J43234S stlJtisY I r tCNiUCKYIR SH Al iiRICA1 L MilB c U INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons 4 Boys School Suits 298ThisWith Two Pairs is virtually Two Suits for the price of one t Your boy no doubt needs a suit with which to begin the school season or he may require one for dress wear in either case this is the opportunity for you to refurnish his wardrobethat is if saving n money is any object These Suits are brand new and have just been received from the makers The styles are the latest Norfolk models and were made up especially for this sale The materials are blue sereg cheviots and cassimeres in the latest novelties Sizes range from to 18 years 16 Boys KnickerbockersM- adeII of woolen cassimere infancy pat terns and blue serge range of sizes from 5 to 16 years per pair SOc e BOYS BLOUSE WAISTS Well made and full cut in white madras and light striped per cale Blue Bell and Amoskeag chambray striped or plain pat 22 l2cF- 3FTb3 terns sizes 6 to 15 years each 4 I t Ht tMoo 1 lIt 1 + 11 I t I I I 111 I t t4 +Z otI ttr 311HIHHMHH COMPOUND INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS I Get the Habit Start u Savings Account iioxt payday and save regularly for some definite purpose You will be surprised to see how fast your account will grow You qau start with 100 or more and add to same when convenient GERMAN INSURANCE BANK MARKET STREET BET SECOND AND THIRD Sixty Years on Guard State Government Supervision Hl+1HzIH 11B 11 11 111 ++ Joot ++ 1 +44444444 + II+44d 4441f4 fee FOR GOODNESS SAKE t iwr MOTHERS BREAD I Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South MN1 oA b N t NNNNONNNi AN 9IWA For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENEfc 425 427 and 429 East Market Street f NMNNO i4 t N N N 4NNN NNN N N WEWANTYOURWORK Prepared to Do It Promptly IBIIWereand in FirstClass Style PRINTINGCards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 4 KENTUCKY JRISH AMERICAN esio WEStaT QFZRHJJV STREET 11 N- X343 +++ +o1 + + Uo1Hl H+ iU1 4 + 14 N4 f+ +II +FRANK A OHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES You Can Make a SquareMeafof Our Round Steak MMNMMM7 NwPtomtr 5212900 fraakHtStred IitJOt t + tM Gwk A HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes I Division 1 returns to Its old stand ing as the citys central division- It looked like old times to see Joe Lynch at a County Board meet IngSeven hundred were present for the Iowa State convention at Des MoinesThough only two years old Divis ion 3 of Gary Ind has over 100 membersJohn Hennessy of Division 4 Is grooming a candidate for State PresidentAlways nlert and readyMatt OBrien and Johnny Hesston Division 3- County StateIPresident R J represented New Albany at the conventionNebraska Hibernians will meet in State convention in South Omaha on September 13 Division 1 will surely have an increased attendance when it occu pies Liederkranz Hall Over 200 was made on the recent County Board picnic with many ticket returns still to be made Syracuse Hibernians are elated over the election of John V Mc Carthy to the State Presidency Treasurer James Welsh of Divis ion 2 responded nobly for his division at the County Board session Every member of Division 1 should attend the opening meetjng in liiederkranz Hall on September 24 j The State Secretary reports an Increase in the Iowa membership and the finances In excellent condl I lion There were 125 delegates to the Indiana State convention at Gary and 140 to the Ladies Auxiliary gatheringThe of the AncientI Order in Ohio totals 5000 the Ladles Auxiliary coming close with over 4000 The coming State convention will be one of the most important for many years and its deliberations will be awaited with Interest About 100 delegates attended the Wisconsin State convention at Madison Division reports showed the order very prosperous Alternates for Division 1 to the Covington convention are Timothy Lyons William M HIggins Thomas Cleary John J Keano and M Mc Glljicuddy An effort Is being made to have both the Ladles Auxiliary and Hibernian delegates leave on the same train for Covington on Sunday September 13 The Ladles Auxiliary of Rhode Island opened the State convention at Providence with a high mass in the Cathedral Rev Peter E Blessing preached the sermonI The alternates to the County Board officers for time State conven tion are John J Barry Joseph Farrell John H Honnessy John T Keaney and John J Hofislon Jr Mrs Ada Gannon of Davenport Iowa speaking for the Ladles Aux iliary declared they were neither militants nor suffragettes and also that good motherhood and not nationality is the important factor in the building up of good standards of citizenship CHICKEN SUPlEK Every preparation has been made for the euchre and lotto party to be given for the benefit of St Augus tlnes church next Thursday after noon and evening It will be held in St Augustines Hall 13P8 West Broadway and Father Felten the good pastor will be delighted to meet all the friends of his church there for whom there will be a big array of handsome prizes This week the women of the parish de tided to add as a feature another of their unsurpassed chicken suppers which alone should draw an immense gathering Father Felten Is doing a grand work for the colored people work that entitles him and his con gregation to the support of the peo ple of the city at large- SISATOIlS TODAY Manager Bill HInchman and his Columbus team will begin a four game series today ending with a doubleheader Monday Labor day fter which the Louisville club will journey to Indianapolis for four games then to Cleveland for two coming home September 14 for a threegame stand with the latter team After this present Columbus series the Colonels will only have eleven more games to play on the home grounds ending the season on the 27th of this month with Cleve land Although coming out of the Milwaukee series with first place In their possession the Colonels never theless disappointed many of the fans by their lack of ginger in the series allowing the Brewers to run all over them their aggressiveness seemingly frightening many of the local club into perfect silence not a word being heard from the Louisville bench and little from the coaching line The feature of this series was the rooting and loyalty of the fans who turned out in regular holiday crowds and encquraged the club in every way to follow the example of the Indianapolis Columbus and Cleveland clubs who do not take fright on the appearance of the Brewers each of whom have more than held their own with Clarks ag gregation while on the other hand our team has easy picking on the Columbus club which has beaten Milwaukee fourteen out of twenty two games To win tho pennant the Louisville team will have hard sledding playing the rest of the season with Indianapolis Columbus and Cleveland all contenders while Milwaukee finishes with the three tallenders none of whom have made any showing against the Brewers thus far WARD AT YALE Wilfrid Ward of England author of Life of Cardinal Newman has- acpepted the Invitation ot Yale Unl eralty to deliver the C arseefiromley lecture for the year 1911 Q Q 1 0 Was a Good Send 7 Church Road Va August 1812 prostration weak that I trembled all over my knees gave way first and then was unable to move but since I took Pastor Koonlss Nerve Tonic I feel stronger Can work again and walk aU day without dIm eulty The Tonlo waa a Godsend for me I speak of Its wonderful effect quito otter E F PltchterdIMrs Paul Fuchs of Unlontown Wash was often afflicted with unconsciousness which disappeared after using Pastor KoenIgs Nerve Tonic Mrs M Blunt of Ashland R It II Va had II girl troubled with Bt Vitusf Dance which could not move herself for about six months but since she took Pastor Koenlcs Nerve Tonic It Improved so much as she did not when the doc tor treated her FREE A Valuable Book on Ner Sanplqbottletlenn lira lIet the medicine free- Prepared by REV FATHER KoENio d Fort Wayne lad aloes 1876 mod now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 62 W Wee Street near Dearborn Mid by Druggists t Slier bottle 6 for 55 Lr Size for 9 AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tory of America By James A Rooney LL D September 7 1860Time Rev Alex ander Belanger arrived from France at St Georges Bay New foundlaritT first resident prIest there visited Bay of Islands In 1SG3 and 1868 the hardships of the last Journey ended the career of this heroic missionary who died September 7 1868 September 8 1666St Augustine Fla founded by Pedro Menonde de Aviles on the feast of the Nativity of Our Lady with solemn mass by Father Lopez de Mendoza oldest European settlement within the limits of the United States September 9 1846 Death at the age of about seventyseven years of Mother Teresa Lalor co foundress with Bishop Leonard Neale of Baltimore and first Superioress of time Sisters of the Visitation Georgetown September 11 1862 Church of St Francis de Sales built on Hunker Hill by the Rev George A Hamil ton first pastor consecrated Aug ust 28 1884 under his successor the present pastor the Rev M J Supple who has spent fortysix years of his entire priesthood in the parish parochial school of 1134 pupils taught by twenty four Sisters of St Dominic J September 12 1733 Resignation of the Rev Louis Francis Duplessis do Mornay as Bishop of Quebec never visited his see succeeded by tho Right Rev Pierre Herman Dosquet his coadjutor T UffjiItf C Lztte News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Omaha Council arranged for a good showing In the Fraternal day paradeThe Knights of Omaha will have another bowling league for the com ing year San Franrlsco Knights are already preparing for the Columbus day celebrationIndianapolis Knights report satis factory progress on the work of raising 100000 for their new homo The first degree will soon be put on at Trinidad Col for which It is expected a large class will be securedArkansas councils are awaking to time Importance of the Little Rock Columbus day celebration on Oc tober 12- Members of New Albany Council presented a tine appearance Sunday morning when they received holy communion in a body at Holy Trinity church- Archbishop Riordan will bless the cornerstone for the now home at San Mateo Calon September 9 The occasion will be memorable In the Catholic annals ofthe Peninsula Lieut Gov E J McDenmott and the Hon Frank E Daugherty of Bardstown are two distinguished speakers who have been Invited to take part In the programme at the Knights of Columbus banquet at ElIzabethtown on October 12 GARDEN PARTY The second annual garden party for the benefit of St Josephs church East Washington street will be held on Labor day on tho grounds- of Matthew Poschlnger Vernon and Sycamore avenue Committees have arranged for numerous forms of amusement including a lotto party In the afternoon FREE GATE After Tuesday Fontaine Ferry Park will be closed the being its best season presentII angemonts have been made igor Bilger for Labor day a monster amateur performance is I scheduled On this date Louisvilles best talent will present their offerings at the Ferry No admission will IB charged at the gate nJVmVIEW Rlvervlew Park continues open tor the public and Is now the favorite place for evening recreation Manager Simons continues to offer at tractions that please the visitors while the music draws big crowdsjj The programme Tor next week one of the seasons best is certain toII meet with favor while the dancing c pavilion and spotless kitchen will I have their usual i oWdSIJIJ VnENJPHBY QUIT At the age at twentyfive 46 per- asst I of the wage earning women lultiIndustrial wojk 1 tb IRELANDII Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The late Owen Phlbbs of Lisheen County Sligo left personal estate valued at nearly 50000 Gerald Middle aged forty of Magulresbrldgo dropped dead He leaves a widow and two children Joseph McManus of Brookebor ough has been elected Petty Sessions Clerk succeeding John McConnell During last herring season at Ard glass and Kllkeel it Is estimated that 10894 barrels of fish were exported to the continent The dispute in the Veining trade has been adjusted the employers having granted the demands of tho sowers who have returned to work Dr Fehllly has by nineteen votes to twelve given for Dr Nyhan been elected by Dunmanway Guardians medical officer of the Balllneen dispensary district The ordination of the Rev John Sheridan eldest son of P Sheridan of iDrogheda has taken place at Louvain The scene of Father Sheridans future labors is Oregon Ipeter Hand laborer has been ar rested on a charge of firing a revolver at Patrick MoKenna who is at present a patient in Ballieborough Hospital suffering from a wound in the side At the Rathvilly show the com petition for tho best drilled corps of volunteers was won by Rathvilly the second prize going to Klltlgnn Rev J Delany commended the progress of the movement In the district At a special meeting of the Callan Town Commissioners a resolution was adopted to the effect that the sole and unconditional use of the Fair Green should be given to the President of the Irish National volunteers for the purpose of drillingA ceremony was enacted In Kilbrook when the women of the district presented a handsome flag to the local National volunteers The men were drawn up In military style and saluted the flag on Its formal presentation by Mrs Teresa Brayton of New York The strength of the Offaly regi ment of Irish volunteers Is at present about 8000 and Birr Clara Philips town and Tullamore have each a complete battalion The rapidity with which the Volunteer movement has spread over the Midland counties Is remarkable The military authorities at Mary borough have as a result It is stated of a general order taken extraordinary precautions against a possible Maryborough quarters of the Fourth Lelnster regiment and the arms ind ammuni tion of the regiment are stored thereA complaint was made at the CorporationComwnittee being done to the Treaty Stone A deputation of Thomond Gate res idents attended and the meeting was informed that it was the practice to hack off pieces of the stone as souvenirs for friends abroad or for sale to visitors It was agreed to have a report from the City Engineer as to the best course to be adopted to preserve the memorial TWIN CITY FINALS The games tomorrow In the Cath olic Baseball League will close the season the doubleheaders of the last two Sundays having been staged to enable the winner of theflag to take part In the elimination series under auspices of the National Amateur Federation Macklns team proved to be strong In doublehead ers defeating K of C 8 to 2 and tho Imperials 7 to 3 and much to Manager George Thorntons Joy passed Trinity Council In the race The latter team were away off In their hitting making two hits in the game against the Olympics losing 19 to Q and only five hits In their game against thp Shamrocks losing 20 to 2 the Trinity hitters so dis gusting Manager Dan Hennessy that he placed himself In the lineup not having an error playing right field and batting 1000 The Bruins losingto7 to 3 and 5 to 2 game In addition to losing the services of their crack outfielder Jack Sheehan who sprained his ankle The feature ShamrocjtChampion ning by a 1 to 0 score each team having three hits the winning run being made by Hogan who reached first after being hit and not only won the game but went into first place as the leagues leading base runner by stealing three bases The Shamrocks are the only team In the league who have played the Cham pions to a standstill out of three games winning a 6 to 2 game and losing two 1 to 0 contests the creditor which Is duo Manager Emmett Hanrahan who inspired his men to go after the Champs with blood in their eye and he is now considered the Connie Mock of the Ileague Ac cording to the schedule as originally planned the Champions would have SundaybutopinIonof Vice President Ed Wolfe who closingThePrtfChampions900Dlyraplcs900Shamrocks11 550Srulns500Imperlals 350Prlnlty300KnightsALL PROMISE CHICKEN At a meetlngvof the Entertainment Committee of St Williams parish this past week every member present promised to secure a chicken tor- the supper and lawn festival to be given on the church grounds on Monday September 21 As the committee comprises many of the ladles and gentlemen oft e parish an abundant supply of chicken is guaranteed for the event R 4 I a HERMAN STRAUS tSONS gFOURTH AVCHUB MCOFPLr9VC0 MARKET STREET New Fall Suits AT 1500 To start the season we hive put on sale the first deliveries of New Fall Suits These are made up in fine wide wale serges fancy honeycomb weaves and Copenhagen Childrens School Dresses I Made of fine gingham percale lawn and linon all this seasons models neat styles perfect fitting ages 6 to14 years sale price 79c Beautiful styles nsatly made perfect fitting beat grade gingham chambray percale and linon sizes 6 to 14 years values 250 choice 8125 Complete line of New Dresses for fall now readyr Childrens 75c Dresses 25c Childrens Play and Kindergarten Dresses made of fine grade lawn gingham and percale neat patterns trimmed in contrasting shades perfect fitting come in medium and dark shades sizes 2 to 6 years values 75c to 1 choice25c- We Give and Redeem ProfitSharing Certificates I e S II t t II 111111 1 H 1 t I i 1t1II +tlooHJo 1111 11 t 1 1 11 r to h uuuuuuuFourteen Quart French Gray Enamel PRESERVING KETTLE FREE THIS WEEK 6aLC aLWE GIVE SURETY COUPONS JOHN M MULLOY 9 Home Phone ijaj 1 0 W ZVXARKECT klT121c1 T a PRESENTATION ACADEMY Northeast Corner Fourth and Breckinridge Streets A Day School conducted by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Kentucky The aim of the Institution is to give an education at once re ligious solid anb refined Classical Literary and Special Courses Latest methods in Voice Culture Piano Harp Violin Cornet Harmony China Painting Painting in Oil Water Colors Embroid ery Plain Sewing etc School reopens Tuesday September 8 SACRED HEART ACADEMY The Ursulino Boarding School For Young Women and Girl Terms moderate Classes reopen September R 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 Com 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 Academy H trH- si I PHONESOUTH VVEiotel 2Sw INCORPORATJCDII r NNNN NA ONNNONN INO NNNNOi0NNN1Mtv GERMAN BANK jWe Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS ii- i124 SOUTH FIFTH STREETBETWEEN MAIN AND MARKETpPending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market FiNNiN it +N+N NNNN NNN ANNO NN9 N- r N= FIN WINKS CHAMPAGNES I L KIOLB 9 323 West Green Street LIQUOBS ft1AR9 o i r