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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i WE DO FIRST Glue This Next I VOLUME IIINO 11 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS 11 JUBILATION Marks Fiftieth Anniversary of Father William Gnus epohis Ordination Many Church Dignitaries and About Eighty Priests Par ticipate in Exercises Senator Jacob Hoertz Presents Check as Tokon FromthMany Friends MANY ENJOY THE RECEPTION Fifty years a priest That is the proud and happy record of Rev Father William GausepoTil pastor of St Mary Magdalen church who this I week celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his ordination Father wGausopohljRosencranzaCincinnatinlaborreturned to Louisville his native city serving first in the congregation tjhedalen church where he has remained since this being his longest work Wednesday morning the venerable I jubllarian was the celebrant of a high mass for the children with which the celebration began and in the evening parishioners and friends numbering over 1000 assembled on the illuminated church lawn and presented Father Gausepohl with a I bouquet of golden rod that contained a check for 1000 The reception was arranged by a committee com IaryMagdalenator Jacob Hoertz as Chairman William T Meehan Secretary and the Rev P M Monaghan Treasurer Father Monaghan and the Rev Father Holleran tf Irvlngton occu pied seats with Father Gausepohl on the church steps which served as a rostrum Lieut GovE J McDer mott was among those who congratulated the jubllarian Father Gausepohl was escorted to th rostrum by Charles J Cruise Jaco Hoertz Charles F Taylor and P JDowling As he arrived the orchestra played the Jolly General march and prayer was said by Father Monaghan ti preaentodFnthGausepohl I friends and well wishers and intro duced Senator Hoertz the oldest- member t of St Mary church and a lifelong MagdalenII pastor Mr Hoertz made prePsentallon address We have assembled to do honor to our worthy pastor Mr Hoertz said Turning to Father Gausepohl he continued We present you with a bouquet ot goldenrod and in that bouquet we hipresenta basket bouquet tied with golden ribbons bearing names of hundreds I of contributors In the center was an envelope containing a check for tlOOO Charles F Taylor paid a tribute to Father Gausepohls life and worth and said All intelligent conscientious workers however unselfish and modest like to see a visible sign of their success Every good man loves his fellow men and ho naturally wishes their respect and theyloveya our pathway and that cheers us our sorrows We should not wa t hohew c tion We have learned to love anhesteem our good pastor and we wan to tell him of it now when he 1 is celebrating so happily his golden madbrighterg happyber et Gausopohasyears and ten the good old age hebasy It usefulhrblessedyears he has tolled in the vineyard hebasofhistending to our spiritual wants has also been thoughtful and dllln1 gent In his care of our temporal1 affairs and has made many improve ments in the church and school as pastoral residence In the pulp at the altar at the bedside of t performhised i loveHes scholar and a pleasing persuasive quotthoed al lowed to do and has expressed Innermost thoughts and feelln s beautiful verse For these and other reasons this good man has won our admiration as a priest and has w theretoheartilyreof usefulness and happiness in noble and holy calling The that bind a priest and his pee ThOughthey as strong as steel As long as live Father William we shall ausr tain and love you and we know t you will always be a willing shat In our joys and sorrows May God crown your labors with an eternalc glorypto Father Gausepohl as apa orprl8ltt scholar feoet and cultured Christian t ntma uflJi1 2 r A fO IJ Ir Y I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN lion behold in the jubllarian who had ever practiced and priestrr the noblest traditions of the hood now so frequently and traduced by evilminded men- The fruits of his ministry he said were shown in the practical piety of tho members of St Mary Magdalen church in its many conversions iin its liberality and in the harmony which permeated the parish iFather Gausepohl responded iin palhimgoldenbutfine speeches and these precious testimonials of your love and es teem ho asked But if I could speak with words of gold I could sorryItalk like I want to But Its all lin heart and you must just assume o at whats In my heart Is on my lipsCol P H Callahan made a brief address telling the jUbllarlan the testimonials of the evening evidences peoplesloveeulogized Father Gausepohls life endswhend s blessing to the audience Thursday morning with many eightyI1 celebrated his jubilee mass which followed by a banquet to rlhe j the priests of the diocese visitors at the Watlerson Hotel Father Schuhmann presiding as t The threeday celebration concluded with a requiem high mass for e deceased members of the parish yesterday morning MARY FOLEY SMITH womantMrs Mary Foley Smith beloved wife of Lawrence Smith 2128 South First street passed Into eternal rest followIngIII wasbornbuthadLouisvilleSheSt Louis Bertrands church where hyearsyt the womens parish societies Be threedaughters ofMapleOwensboroMrs1IIssAgnC5ofCovingtontwo sisters and two brothers all D funeralbmorningwithat St Louis Bertrands CARDINAL OCONNELL r Iitr cease oa repasslard na si httBenedict XV as follows Your opportunityV- ontiffs Interest In America is still greater than that of his predecessor timethisl tohimPopeBenedicts keen knowledge of and church Institutions in my diocese and several other American dioceses He expressed to me hisgreat admiration for the splendid condlllon of the church in Antcric- and told mInInthe1 an U sp peopleTho ontheGibbonsIsposesenAFTER MANY YEARS After ovthirtyWDolanI an d1 forhimsolfIsknownotCoul1tythis country when quite your Shortly after reaching Louisville secured employment at the Ga House where conUnuouslse who know that no employe over w more faithful and conscientious the discharge nonemoredemeanor GRAND HOLY NAME RALLY At Cincinnati on Sunday October11 forty societies will be repr SolehoopennlrtheUseExhibitionbe divisionsbeaded ai JohnJandsquadron of mounted police Grace the Most Rev Archbleh thePresident oftheHoly Eachisof JedbyAhARIIEre frierhisDravllpielech I has been Impressed into the French bornweIn anumbernaturallzatieron before war was declared Bad sir then iris friends have not heard from him thatFataehnrakwwithllrenoh tliwi f1 I POLITICIANS And Lawyers Interested IB Appointment of Judge Siuiths Successor Election of Seven Judges an Commonwealths Attorney Next Year Indorsement of Education Mem bers by Commercial Bodies Not Consistent RAILROAD COMMISSIONERSRACE inIdulgedpoliticians as to the probable successor of the late Judge Smith JudgE of the Common Pleas Court Fourth l division the appointment to coil from Gov McCreary and the ap polntee in the opinion of many willt 1 have the edge in the contest for the primary nomination next August It isI expected that the gentleman appointed will also be satisfactory to the tonal Democratic leaders and th other Circuit Judges Among the names mentioned thus far concerning thee appointment are Muir Nets singer Charles F Taylor Edward P J SPerryCharlesBennett H Young and Tyler Barnett all of whom are consistent Democrats who would be acceptable to the rank and file of the party in addition to being recognized loaders al the local bar The announcement of Gov iMcCrearys selection Is expects- any day now and with the appointment it Is also expected that the newly created Judge will announce is Intention of being a candidate in1 tiSpeakingprimarytJudgeships will be up to the voters and as the Democratic 1 in a judicial year are pretty rasa bti JudgeSmithscumbents and the courts they sit iin areas follows Judge James P JudgeWiFt lislMcl dgI Thotaas Iiuordon Common Pleas branch Sec and division Judge Walter P Lin Thined division Fourth division was Judge QuarlesChanceryd ChancerybranchJudgeships pay salaries of 6000 an nosily and are for a term of six earsThe office of Commonwealths neazt year I and it Is expected that Joe candldatforeY strong with the boys In the trenches tinaprimary while It is rumored hi present assistant Loraine Mix w1 11of be a candidate for Judge of the court Aldermen thae primary next year for reelection and taking it altogether it will be a pretty lively year in politics In addition to the above local races there will be a Railroad Com districterseverehl neighboring counties and H Is not known whether Billy Klalr the present Commissioner will be a candidate for reelection or not se eral of his friends wanting him to Legislature Cattins Itinters hat in tl for Railroad Commissioner and so far has been making quite a can vassNot lookingInat Itnon the part of the commercial and good government bodies assembled the nth evening to indorse all three of the present Board of Education candi i whenItwetyre to that of the good government bodies in 1910 and this act Would seem to acgob1rd of the good government representa tlvesFor this act there was no entaUvespresent orHlaTIeas e known to all and the underhanded methods used for their election anyfairthe same tactics were used against EnglehaDrd o mew and Zimmerman the latter WeaverGottschalker CHANGE AT ST PETERS The Rey Father Cornelius tO M Freaclactearived hereto ba an assistant to the Peteceisad FatherLuoiusher SW wl1i1klMepckallg8flwere Frftjokowi GkapUr held recently In Cincinnati r o COMING EVENTSJSeptember 21 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 September 30 October 12Bazarfor benefit of Sis Mary and Elizabeth Hospital at Liederkranz Hall October 15 Euchre and lotto for benefit of ndOctober 15 16 17Bazar In St benefitNNPNNNONNNN MEMORABLE I Sermon by Archbishop McClosi key in Boston Many Years Ago Refuted Prediction That Oath olic Church Would Not rEndure 1 Anniversary of the Holy Cross Cathedral Cornerstone Laying yeeTYPIFIESI CATHOLICS PROGRESS By James A Rooney LL D Tuesday September 15 marks the layIngbyBIshopY odMcCloskey of New York afterward Cardinal preached amemorabl sermonBishop Vllllams was made Bos first Archbishop February 12 and on the feastof the Immaculate Conception December 8 of the same year the Cathedral one of edificesdedicatedrjj epfacoin v consecration March 11 1866 and was only terminated with his 11907Thet basilica Catl1olIcttyandti in MassachuBettsvan + theycld htient dlscolirseToftAjcTiblshop 3lcCloek0- at the cornerstone laying nearly fifty years ago may today be re garded as a prophetic refutation of thflueunsuited to this country and would not take root in American soil An extract from thatsermon not pbutwhen it was delivered Among other things the Archbishop said There are those within the sound of my volnce who can remember when there was but one Catholic church In Boston How Is It now Churches and institutions th1ea StatesNew England all due largely lo the never ceasing tide of Immigration Once the religion of these Im blttter prejudice as representing Ignorance and superstition The prediction was made that it could not long endure when once brought face to face with the light and Intelligence 1 of this free country that It would never make any permanent headway and could never take root In the soil that It would lose Us hold on the minds even of its own followers and their descendants and bve fore the progress and the Irresistible e spirit of the age that their children would be too shrewd to cling to a faith unsuited to the country and tothe times and which would bring them neither worldly honors nor worldly gain wen have these predictions been fulfilled Certainly there is nothing hero that would lead me to think so and if not in the past or present I see less sign of their be erIng fulfilled in the future Most of you perhaps are from a foreign land Well do you love the old faith less now than you did when you fir landed on these free shores Is less dear to you here in this homo of your adoption lhan It was on your native soil in the home of your childhood Do you cherish it less warmly Do you cling to it less firmly Would you die for it less freely I think that with one accord your answer will be No So throughout every portion of this great republic which you love as ardently as do Its own sons for yourlivesquestion your brethren would give the same response But your children low has I been with them The test has beer a severe one but nowhere w stanch er or more consistent Cat olics be found than these Americans native born and while they cherish learningintelligence In o rism and honest worth with their fel low citizens in all the professions and pursuits of life I say this not boastfully but simply to show that the prophecy concerning us and our HolyCatholloChurch taken deep root in this free Ameri can soil and that nowhere does it spread Its recta more widely or sink them more deeply and nowhere does itput forth more rapid growth or udvJlIOrOrakaiidfruith L JUNIORJ ORDER Will FraternalThis Afternoon First Public Appearance Since the Memorable Days of 1895 Junior Order Member Itob- Southern Post Office to Save Country NOTE THE A P A LEADERS Right on the heels of the circus and minstrel show parades comes another treat for the people of the Falls CIties the Junior Order of United American Mechanics to be In- line this afternoon under the guise of a socalled Fraternal day celebration It Is looked forward to with pleasure that many will get a peek at these noble saviors of our glori ous republic who have been hiding their light under a bushel for many ars always working in the dark so to speak The last announced public appearance of this body was to have been In the Perry Centennial parade of last fall which resulted II- n fizzle only about 100 of thes e patriotic citizens lining up be hind a little red school house float and the majority marching along with a regular caught sheep steal Ing air being the source of mac amusement all along the line Thi fiasco caused the Junior Order piann of getting other fraternal orders lo streeteB In what they termed was a fraternal day celebration Under this guise 1 It was attempted to have the General1 Council declare a halt holiday which was fortunately defeated b a unanimous vote of the Board off leaderss Woodamen o the World and other societies seeing the fine Italian hand of the Junior Order behind the move meat hastily dropped out causing fsomestale but as representatives of other affiliatedtdls AelemeYIitI when the fanatical movement was at the height of one of its spasmodic revivals a big parade being held on e Fourth of July with Sterling the A P A candidate for Sheriff and others of the kind where o w using the ignoramuses for olitical purposes being at the the parade ending in a big I picnic and celebration at Wilder Park where It was planned to have a set of speeches denouncing the Roman Catholic church and all its followers but fortunately for allI refdn y came in the afternoon and the A P As in their out of the way park were flooded out like so many drowned rats men and women be ling In water up to their waists thes catr line half a mile away Even Jupiter PIluvlus had become disgusted withi the mongrel gathering and visitedI the torrents of his wrath with a downpour that is still talked of tot this day and furthermore It is sig nificant that every man an active leader In the A P A revival oft 1895 is a down and outer of today sad for years afterward those who marched that day were busy denying or giving excuses for their appear ance In line It has been contended in these columns that the Junior Order oft United American Mechanics is a A P A organization strictly the restrCtlon The latest instance and proof of this contention Is seen at Charlotte N C where the case is summarized as follows Dr J S Clifford District Deputy of the Knights of Columbus reported that his mall was being tampered with in the local Past htite m Ing read by exPriest Crowley al an- A P A gathering and afterward published in the Menace the letter being only a discussion of the public school question and commending religious teaching in the parochialI schools After this had occurred several times the Postmaster General1 was notified and a trap set by R W Hodgln Postoffico Inspector which FAlexanderI o stole a package addressed to Dr Clifford and purporting to have come SupremeSecretary me ono of the letters in the package being dupeAlexander a e plot to destroy the Government Now comes the Junior Order in that section which at a mass meet lug provided ways and means to sobs Alexander and excusing his theft on the grounds that he was hopingthatUncle Sam from sending the culprit to the penitentiary The three Junior Order councils of that city alto claim that If he Is acquitted the I Congressman from that district will have him reinstated In the postto V service fIn the parade this afternoon there irateraIOOleUMwllware e il hkgJtraMl al celebration purposebehindIwith an organization which seeks t disfranchise and boycott people because of their religious belief but these societies will only be fairly represented while tho Junior Order Is leaving no stone unturned lo whip their members and supporters cajolerythee leaders political prestige as in thedays of 1896 It is not often as opportunityIsand eVery fair minded citizen of the Falls Cities should be along the line of march and take mental note of the leaders whose bigotry is In line with the Knownolhlng massacre of beesn a to Louisvilles business yearsAs pathy should be extended MICHAEL J OHARE MichaelJ1 noted last week was held Monday auntMrsstreet with requiem high mass al St Patricks church Patrolman OHare was one of the best known members of the Ipcal police depart byhisof friends Five months ago whit on duty at a fire he suffered a severe drenching from which re salted the illness that caused hfe twobrothersThomasOHare WillIamo and Miss Nora OHare The active pallbearers were Lelul Edward nFultord OHearnWilliam WillIamwere William E Holley Clay Hall Potter Roger Nohalty FrankhDugan RomanLeachman STIRRING CONTEST At the meeting of the Committee of Arrangements of the Sts and Elizabeth coming bazar o n announceyJames parish and Miss Mamie Hen nessy of St Louis Berlrands were entered In the contest for the ladles CaptainFrankj land entry which Will make betweenLimerickf Portlande Vales and Andy Kast of the dining room commissary reported that splendieautiI t d ll oflhe novel ybooth committee stated that sufficient articles were donated to supply the fortune wheel1 during the entire bazar Another meeting will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock at the hot pital Since the last meeting friend- have e entered Miss Rose Hanley of St Ceclllan and Miss Susie Seaman St Charles In the contest10f FACTS ABOUT POPES A recent writer has summarized some facts about the Popes whlc will bear repetition Of the firs martyrsthewho was the twentYfourth successor of St Peter The total number of e thfrtythreightytwoE s to natlonallly 104 were Romans i Mhe Greeks seven Germans five Asa Ics three Africans three Spaniardsi and three Dalmatians while Pales tine Thrace Holland Portugal andI England have each contributed one to the Papal chair Nine Popes thirtylessthan twenty years and six on twentythree years Tho reign oft St Peter was the longest in the his tory of the Papacy being seven years in Antioch and twentyfive fIn oft lengthlr Ii in 1878 terminated a reign of thirty one years end it is not a little re markablo that the third should have been his successor the illustrious Leo XIII who occupied the Papal throne for over twenlyflve years GENERAL OF JESUITS Rev Edward Fine S J of San Francisco who has been located in Rome as Assistant General of the Society of Jesus has been selected as temporary head of the order to serve until the election of a successor to the late Father General Rev Francis Xavier Wernz It may be several months before a successor to the late Father Wernz is selected This condition is brought about by EuropeThet lion to be held to select delegates to the general congregation which will be convened in Rome Since Jesuit provinces exist in all of the countries now at war great difficulty maybe experienced in convoking the provincial congregations The General is the only elected officer of the Society of Jesus and ho remains In office for life The various proi vlnclals Presidents of colleges coni trolled by the Jesuits and other offll clots of that organization are appointed by the General for a definite term which does not exceed threeyears or until their successors are named I1fANY IN ROME An I aredftyflveparfshos3 chapels 550 secular prle ts2050ecclesiasticallstudents ninetynine monasteries for men with 1200 SIsters elghtytwo aoniraternlt lire and fifteen Institutes for boys and nineteent for Bitter Ii WE DO- PRINTING i FIRST CLASS WORK Give Tlii Office Year Next Order 0IROMI ROME Pomp and Show Dispensed With at Coronation of Pope Benedict The Solemn Ceremony Took Place In the Sistine Chapel Holds First Consistory and Cantors Red Hats on Four Cardinals FERRATA SECRETARY OF STATE BenedictXV ImposingIn1 chapel was used for the cession In order to Theeentire otthefameJ Inthesbearers by andoCardinals astriking monyended LatertheaudienceCardinals andOConneUand some American friends HolySeepro thePopes wherenJ ment was celebrated In the proces dson thePapalthePaulineto the Sistine chapel where a mass indulgentisrua1 the arm of the Pope who sat down ofeThe Pope then mounted the altar and a Cardinal placed the pallium on his shoulders At this moment adorallAbbes Then he read the Introit intoned the Gloria and resumed his seat on the throne popeBenedict wasepart of those present and decorations of the Papal court September 8 the day of the nativity of the Virgin was chosen for this occasion by the Pontiff himself The participation was limited almost entirely to ec clesiastics and officials of the Vati PopehtribunetPopeson Gestatorla chair and greeted with jloud applause He imposed the red hat on Cardinal Anthony Mendes Della Palrl ylIenendezCardinal Plffl Archbishop of Primtate of Hungary The last is the only new appointment No American Cardinals were present at the consistory although Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore and Cardinal Farley of New York are erannounced that Cardinal Dominic Fer rata has been appointed Papal Secre tary of State Cardinal Dominic Ferrala the newly appointed Papal Secretary of State was born in 1847 iat Monleflascone Italy His work as + jPapal Nuncio at Paris and as prefect of the Congregation of Bishops in Rome stamped him as a finished diplomat He presided over the Eucharistic Congress held last year at Malta In 1901 when the late Cardinal Rampolla resigned as Papal Secretary of State Cardinal Forrata was mentioned as a probable candi date for the officeIMonsignor Bonzano the Apostolic Delegate at Washington received a cable Saturday night from Rome in which Pope Benedict XV extended the Apostolic benediction to the delegation the clergy and the laity of the United States The dispatch was in reply to a message sent to the Vatican by Monsignor Bonzano which said I pray Your Holiness to accept the respectful congratulation and homage of filial obedience and reverence with the wish of long and happy pontificate In the name of the delegation the clergy and the faith ful of the United States who implore your Apostolic benediction The cable is signed by Cardinal Ferfata the newly selected + Papal Secretary of State and says The Holy Father + Benedict XV welcomes the homage and expres afore of filial piety sent by Your Excellency in the name of the dele gallon the clergy and the faithful of the United States He hearljly thanks and blesses then and in particular Your Excellency MONSIGNOm An interesting point in connection with the death of the Pope Jr that a11the n once cease to holo office sand the title iMnelporaRdfeaalafpkha reverendfa hrsTJtel1wPCt 1 however may reetore tkertlteMee- r K 1 w tSBiltII30SY X t5n AitIERIOAN KNTUGKY IRISH flMERIGftN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY CatholicsiInstitute and CathoHc Knights of America I KKNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO JncorporHed Publlhr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SIMPLE COPY 50 Enttrtd at the LtolrrllU PoI M SoeqCaul Hitttr 4- Nras I lU Coma lutlou to tM KBNTUCKy IWSH AMERICAN JW21 bleat One St t LOUISVILLE KYH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1914 IRISH AND GERMANS tThe people of Ireland are being exhorted to defend the Empire enlisting Is openly encouraged Ire land is told that it Is better for her to bo under England than under Germany But In Ireland why should there be anything but the strictest neutrality Ireland has at present e the greatest opportunity In her his tory If she will only mind her own business She has plenty of problems at lhome to occupy her attention Let her hold her food let her hold her money above all let her hold her men Without lifting a finger without batting an eye she can by a policy of strict noninterference do more for herself and to bring England to terms than all the pro fesslons of loyalty and good will that4 the press can print iRev Peter Yorke the San Fran cisco Leader editor pleads for neutrality and asks If Irelant has toi take sides what single solitary reason has she to hate Germany Germany has never done her any 4harm Germany has not ravaged and plundered her century after century Germany has not crippled her resources and driven her people Into exile Germany has not denied her even the franchises that are permitted slaves Germany has not striven to starve her In soul and body In character and mind Germany has not ridiculed her and slandered her throughout the whole world Germany has done none of these things but England has Germany has always acknowledged the debt her early civilization owes the Irish Germany has preserved with gratitude and honor the names of the Irish saints Germany still remembers the great monasteries of the Scotts and the very name she gives them recalls the early days before the Danes had invented the word Ireland and the island was known throughout the world as Scotia Germany has vindicated the claims of Ireland to culture long before the lying English came to civilize her Germany has with infinite research gathered together the remains of the old Irish language studied it and proved that what England denominated a bar barous Jargon was a cultivated tongue before there was an Anglo Saxon in England HAS FIZZLED OUT Tho universal tribute of praise paid by the press of America to tho noble life of the late Pop says Father Gannon in the True Voice shows that the attempt to revive re llgieus prejudice in this lountry has failed The intelligence of America Is unaffected by the storm of bigotry and foulness that rages among those of the lower strata This but con firms what we have said many times The great mass of Americans are too fairminded and too Intelligent to be misled by the calumnies concocted by malicious persons We need not fear another religious war at this time It has fizzled out WELFARE OF MANKIND rSecretary William B Wilson of the United States Labor Bureau in t his message to the workingmen of I the country tells them the labor movement Is as broad as humanity thenramifications of human activity It is the motive power that is moving us forward to that higher civilization which will ultimately cause the man before the hoe to stand erect before his Maker and all the world the peer of every other man not only in his rights which we now theor etically concede but in his physical and mental opportunities and endowments The individual who puts forth his efforts to advance the welfare of mankind is may be unconsciously part of the movement The societies which are organized to prevent the exploitation of chil dren to protect womanhood against Industrial wrongs to promote more comfort and better sanitation in the homes of the workers to develop and to direct into proper channels neces eary educational facilities to create safe and sanitary conditions in the mines mills and Works1oPIIto arouse public sentiment in favor of collective bargaining between em ployare and employee are all parts ot the great labor movement The trade union embracing as it does the work of all t1 eandall the plaas M of 1z znan uplift which these do not embrace Jasone of the great motors oj Modera times moving the world forward to its higheet conoep F tlon of human rights human libertY and human welfare MERCHANT MARINE NEEDED Great Britain France and Russia have advised the United States in formally that they will look with disfavor on the purchase by thIs Government of Germant merchant steamers to relieve conditions grow Ing out of the European war and also to build up an American mer chant marine The chief objection is that the transaction would establish a large gold credit in the hands of Germany Well during the RussoJapanese war a loan of many millions for Japan was financed without a word of objection from the European powers It is true that President Wilson recently let it ho known that this Government would not favor any loan from this country- to one of the belligerent powers But that is quite a different thing from purchasing ships that wo need to carry on our commerce Indeed IIt Is more than likely that the objec tion is madenot because it might give Germany a little ready money but because these powers wish to prevent if possible the creation of an American merchant marine That we must have soon If our commerce IR not to suffer Irreparable damage We must have ships of our own to carry it since others can not do it The objection should not be allowe- to Interfere with the purchase of the necessary ships If we can not get them with the friendship of England and France we will hav- to bear their displeasure For a merchant marine we must have The present war has shown that It iIis Indispensable TAKES ISSUE WITH HENRY Noting that Col Watterson and the CourierJournal are very much down on the hyphenated American and insist that these foreigner who feel a sense of divided duty do not belong here some pertinent t questions are propounded to the Now York Herald which has been quoting at length One writer asks Do you not think his words would be better addressed to An drew Carnegie than to Herman RIdder Is there a more extreme type of hyphenated American In the United States than this Scotch American of whom Watterson Is ia follower and who has openly used his large wealth to influence legisla tion here In Englands interest The Kentucky editor is riding for a fall All are equal hereGerman French Irish English Jews Rus sians They have all a perfect right to retain an interest in their old motherland where there Is no con flict with the United States The Catholic parochial schools opened this week and from all come reports that the attendance will surpass former years Parents realize that the childs future llargely depends upon Christian education which they receive ouly in the Catholic school Catholics have been praying for peace since the outbreak of the European war Nono will more cheerfully comply with President Wilsons appeal for a special day of prayer by all the people If you have a clean heart and a good selfrstarting digestive appar atus youre pretty well equipped for this worldand the next Great Britain is fine in the role of a pleader for humane warfare FESTIVAL AT ST WILLIAMS Over two months ago the pastor Rev George M Connor and people of St Williams parish decided that instead of a midsummer festival they would wait and have the first event of the fall The later date obviates the weather risk and as Connell Hall Thirteenth and Oak enables them to have any entertainment indoors with one accord Mon day September 21 was the date chosen Euchre and lotto will be played nthe afternoon only and from 5t08 oclock an elegant supper will be served At night there will be a general festival with carnival features for which excellent prizes have been secured The whole congregation is enthusiastic over the work and determined to make this festival a grand success tltt9datet sure of one real big night WINTER MASSES Beginning last Sunday the masses for the winter months at St Cecilia iflurah will be at 83019nd 1- 0oclockam r SOCIETY 1 fKKJIJ1JtNX uWwwww Mrs W J Reker has been visiting in St Louis this past week MIss Catherine Lawler returned Thursday to Mt St Joseph Academy Miss Margaret Conroy of Clifton has returned from an extended vIsit to New Orleans Harry J Hennessy returned to Toronto this week after several days visit to his relatives Patrick I Hourigan spent two weeks at Buechel visiting Mr and Mrs Charles Cummins Mrs J C Haley and children of Portland have returned from a ten days visit to Lexington Mrs Ed Yeakel and children have been visiting Mr and Mrs Lamar Yeakel at Brandenburg Miss Mary Cummins was the re cent guest of Mrs Henry Schneider and family at Prcstonia Miss Julia Kyle left Tuesday for Springfield to resume her studies at St Catherines Academy Miss Rachel OBrien entertained her card club Wednesday afternoon at her home In the Highlands Miss Rachel OBrien has been spending a week in Bardstown the guest of Miss Cecilia Mattingly Mrs HJ Sullivan of South Louisville spent last week with her sister Mrs Etta Lewis at Upton Mrs Ed Sweeney and son of South Louisville are in Indianapolis I visiting her sister Mrs D E Simon Misses Margaret Guy and Margaret Ford of Portland spent ten days In Lexington visiting Mrs John Burke Mr and Mrs Edward J Bosler and children motored Sunday to French Lick Springs for a short stay Mrs Annie Driscoll and Miss Lillian Score wore recent visitors with Mrs Melville Buckler at Stith ton Misses Alice and Elizabeth Parker of Beechmont are home from the vacad tion Miss Mary Rose Kelly and Miss Annie Casey returned this past week Easternepoints Dan Sexton and Henry Pasllck have been spending the past week In rest and recreation at West Baden Springs v Mrs P J Liston Snd children and niece Miss Camilla Robinson have returned from a visit to friends In the East Miss Mary Rose Henry Is home from Cloverport after a delightful visit with her uncleRev Father J S Henry Registered at Bay View Mich the past week were Miss Kate Hickey John A OBrien and J F Hillerlch all of this city I IEdward Hackett Jr of New Al Monday to resume his St Marys Academy at St Marys Kan I IMrs Richard Schuhmann of Beechmont had as her guest for the past week Miss Julia Mooney of I Bloomington Ind T J Campion of Hynes Com pany loft Monday afternoon on a business trip through the eastern part of New York State I Mrs Al Geiger and daughter of Cincinnati accompanied Misses Rose and Emma Ecker home and were their guests the past week I Mrs M A Wathen left Monday for Mackinac Mich where she Joined James B Wathen Sr and wife and Mrs Richard Condon I Mrs John Malono and family who have been spending the summer at Bay View Mich will return next week to their home in the Highlands I Mrs J C Steltenphol has returned from New Haven where she enjoyedI a pleasant visit with Sister MIry Ivo at St Catherines school I J R Baldwin has announced the engagement of his daughter Miss Eleanor Adair Baldwin to Fred A Bauer Jr The wedding will take place in October Mrs Matthew P Corcoran Sr and Misses Anna Belle Corcoran and Helen Corcoran left last week for a months visit to Mr and Mrs Andrew G Corcoran in Corbyville Ont Misses Dorothy Hackett Regina Kelly and May Burke of New Al bany left last week for Ferdinand to pursue their studies at the Academy of the Immaculate Conception Mr and Mrs George Hoertz Jr Miss Maggie Keenan and Edward J I nuinberIlast week at the Hotel McAlphln New York City Among Loulsvillians enjoying the delights of Atlantic City the past week were Mr and Mrs J W mappekeG Brownfield and Miss Mary Bran nigan Miss Agnes FInegan left Wednes day afternoon for St Catherines Academy after a very pleasant vacation with her parents and little friends Her aunt Miss Collins ac companied her and will leave for St Louis on her return Miss Collins has Just arrived from her annual European trip v FORTY HOURS PRAYER Toruorrowmorning with solemn high m sa the Forty Hours Adora tier a l1 Aegis lIB the Church of thee Blessed Sacrament Webster and Washington Streets continuing until Tuesday Rev Father OSullivan the pastor will be assisted by a number of priests from other theservIces A O H CONVENTION The Louisville delegates and alternates to the Ancient Order of Hibernians State convention to be held at Covington will leave tomor row morning the majority to go on the L and N train which leaves Tenth and Broadway Union Station at 830 oclock while seevral of the delegates accompanied by their wives have made arrangements to go by boat The following will go from here W J Connelly Thomas Walsh Dan OKeefe Thomas J Langan Charles J Finegan Thomas Tarpy Henry McDermott Walter Cusick Joseph Farrell Thomas Keenan John T Keaney John M Maloney John P Price John J HesslonD J Dougherty M J McDermott Thomas Lynch John J Barry Pat Connelly John J Score Tim Lyons William M Higgins Thomas Cleary John J Keane M McGlllicuddy Thomas A Quinn Thomas Stevens John J Riley Dennis Crowley Martin Sheehan Robert Mitchell Thomas Callahan and James Filburn MAOKIN COUNCIL CounIIc11make earnest effort to be present it being specially urged that the old guard be on hand A genuine Dutch luncheon has been arranged for this occasion to be served while the meeting is in progress The En tertainment Committee is doing much now to make the meetings in structive and interesting and announces that on Monday night Sep tember 28 J Guy Nevln will review the European war situation pre senting illustrated views and scenes in the countries engaged Now that the fall season is here and the weather cooler President Thornton urges all members to attend the meetings and also to assist In secur ing candidates for the initiation which will take place early In No vember At the meeting last Monday night Mackins ball team was highly commended for the good showing made In the Catholic Baseball League HOWLING GREEN k The Rev Thomas J Hayes of Bowling Green one of the best known and most popular priests In Kentucky was the principal in a most happy celebration the first of the week For twentyfive years he has been the pastor of St Josephs church In that city and under his administration it has become the equal of any in the State being equipped with an excellent school and academy for the education of the young Monday morning there was a requiem high mass for the de ceased members of the congregation and Tuesday Father Hayes cele bratQd the festival mass of thanks giving assisted by a number of vis iting priests and a gathering that filled the church During the day Father Hayes received a great number of congratulations from friends near and farISURlLUS OF CHICKEN John T Keaney and Joe Lynch of the Committee of Arrangements for the supper and festival to be given for the benefit of St Will lams church on Monday September 21 state that their announcement of every member of the parish bring Ing a chicken to the festival should not be construed as to the mean Ing of the word chicken as the kind furnished will be to eat and thus far nearly every member of the parish has promised one EDEIJENXEALE Richard M Edelen and Miss Elizabeth Neale of Bardstown were mar ried Tuesday evening at the Cathe dral of the Assumption by the Rev Father Rock Both formerly lived at Louisville and are well known hbre Mr Edelen Is Secretary and Treasurer of the Mattingly Moore Distillery Company and the F G Walker Distilling Company ARRIVES FROM EUROPE Anthony Montedonlco Sr and wife who have been spending the summer in Italy are back in Louis ville reaching here last Friday They were among the first to leave when the war threatened After all they say this is the best country and they are glad to be here HONORS FOR HOSLER Edward J Bosler of the firm of Bosler Bros West Main street had honors thrust upon him last Friday At the annual meeting pf the Louisville Traveling Salesmans Associa tion held at the Louisville Hotel he was elected President of the associa tion and Chairman of the Board of Directors SCHOOL SOCIETY ELECTS The Holy Trinity School Society New Albany has elected the following officers Mrs Anderson G Moore President Mrs Charles Gohman First Vice President Mrs Isadore Marquet Second Vice Presi dent Mrs John A Cody Secretary and Mrs Edward J Hackett Treasurer r FATHER AUER COMES The Rev Oderich Aur r O F M Is the successor of Father Hammer atSt Anthonys in Jeffersonville aking charge last Sunday Father Auer is fortytwo years old and was born in Louisville His ordination was about nineteen years ago and all of his charges have been in the East and North FOLLOWSVCATHOLTO EXAMPLE EmilBaumProtestant church Cincinnati will open a free parochial school furnishes additional nonCatholic testy to thee correctness of the Cath educationA r J I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IiD- IVISION 1 Second and Fourth Thursday Lleder kranz Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer otott Recording Secretary Walter Cusick Financial Secretary Joseph Far rell I Ticasurcr Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tlai Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Williams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland PresidentJohn Mi Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon Jr- TreaaurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J Langan TreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatAnrm Thomas Far rollSentinelM J McDermott YO M x MAOjaN 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 SecretaryWill Cassin TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalRaymond E Schott Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside SentlnelL E Gratzer Executive CommitteeF G Ad ams George Simonis Frank Geller W A Link Chas Schuler KNlfflTS OF CGLMBUSI Ute News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Price Hill Council Cincinnati pre sented an American flag to the new St William school- Indianapolis Knights are planning for the proper celebration of Colum bus day October 12 Rev PoJ HIggins and State Deputy V L Spalding will soon institute a strong council at Helena ArkDenver will confer the first and second this month and October 11 a great class will receive the third degreeWisconsin Knights voted 12r toward the endowment fund of the Marquette Medical College at Mil waukeePlans are materializing for a get together gathering of the councils of Southeastern Kansas at Parsons on October 12- Supreme Knight Flaherty wit nessed the conferring of the third degree on a large class at Blng hamton last Sunday Baltimore Knights visited the Cathedral and received holy com munion in a body for they repose of the soul of the late Pope Pius RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Mary L Burns who died at Manitou Col was held Monday afternoon from the Cathedral Deceased was the mother of Mrs D J McDonald 1939 Duker avenue and was seventysix years old Friends and relatives feel profound sympathy for Martin and Delia Lahey 910 West Hill street who last Saturday laid to rest in St Louis cemetery their twoyearold son William Michael who had brought happiness to their home Funeral services for George Callahan who fell a victim to tuberculosis were held Sunday afternoon at St Michaels church conducted by Father Martin OCon nor Deceased was fortytwo years old and the son of Mrs Mary Callahan 306 South Jackson street Be sides his mother he leaves one sister Mrs Katie Duddy 461 North Twentyfifth street Mrs Ellen Mitchell who had spent nearly sixtyfive years in the West End and was one of the first members of St Cecilias church died early Monday morning at her home 2021 Rowan street She was the mother of Patrolman Mitchell and leaves two other grown children The funeral was held Wednesday morn lag w th burial beside her husband Henry Mitchell in St Louia ceme ery Funeral services over the remains Sundayafternoonattended by a large number of mourning friends and relatives Martin Heelon was born in this city twentythree years ago and tor some time past had been one of the most popular employes in the Olty Engineers department He was the ton of Patrolman John Heasiom and a brother of Attorney Robert Hes signI 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made abroad There are swne Bwyl whofftmld probably be thankful If the shortage wore to continue Indefinitely t CENTENARY Whole Nation Joins in Celebrat ing Birthday of Star Spangled Banner Ceremonies In Baltimore Con tinue Through the Entire Week Incidents That Inspired Francis Scott Key to Write Famous Versus DEEP MEANING FOR CHRISTIANS The centenary of the Star Spangled Banner the most loved of Americas anthems which was writ ten by Francs Scott Key who while a prisoner on a British warship watched the attempt to capture Fort McHenry and had the glorious satisfaction of seeing the starry ban ner still floating over the fortress the next morning was celebrated this week everywhere but at Balti more the ceremonies began Monday and end today The starry banner that emblemlzes our nation should have a deep meaning for the Chris tian Red and blue two of its three colors are tie legendary hues of our Saviours garments while white Its other color symbolizes his purity The stars always remind one of celestial spheres Francis Scott Key was the only son of John Ross Key an officer In the Revolutionary War He was born at Double Pipe Creek Frederick county Md August 9 1780 Al though ho wrote many excellent poems and gained fame as an at torney and statesman he is known to posterity almost entirely as the author of the Star Spangled Banner In 1804 he removed from Frederick where he practiced law to George town where he was appointed Dis trict Attorney for the district by President Andrew Jackson HIs house in Georgetown is still stand Ing It was from this old house that Key set out September 4 1814 to I negotiate for the release of Dr Will lam Beanes one of Keys most In timate friends who was taken to the British fleet in the Chesapeake as a prisoner In revenge for his having sent away from his place some intoxicated English soldiers who were creating disorder and con fusion and threatening the lives of his family and servants These men happened to be on the doctors grounds under the following circum stancesDuring the war of 1814 Vice Ad mire Cochrane entered Chesapeake Bay and Joined Rear Admiral Cock burn then engaged in committing ravages upon the unprotected and peaceful settlers on the lower waters of the Chesapeake Cochrane came from the West Indies and convoyed transports containing under the comand of Ross 9000 British troopsSailing up the Patuxent river he landed at Benedict a force of 5000 men under Ross marched upon Washington captured the city and burned the Capitol White House and other public buildings Fearing that the Americans would return under cover of night and cut off his retreat Ross immediately evacuated Washington and marched his men back to the Patuxont On this march many British soldiers became detached from the main body and having obtained some liquor they got Intoxicated and bent upon mischief wander d upon the property of Dr Beanes A friend of the doctor Richard West brought the tidings of tha physicians danger to Key and the attorney having received per mission from President Madison to make the attempt in company with Col John S Skinner United States agent for parole or prisoners at once set about to secure the doctors release There was urgent need of haste as it had been rumored that the prisoner was to be executed Arriving at Fort McHenry Key and his companion at once sought audience with the Admiral who told them that the doctor had In flicted atrocious injuries upon British soldiers and that it had been decided that he must be Imme diately hanged from the yardarm The eloquence of Key supplemented by letters he presented written by British officers to Dr Beanes thank Ing him for the many kindnesses which they had received from him finally won Cochrane from his vengeful decision Their troubles were however by no means over for after the release of the captive and when they were on the point ol bidding the Admiral goodby they were informed that they would not be permitted to return to land lest they might carry information detri mental to the British cause as there was a certain important event pend ing I This contemplated event was the Intended destruction of Fort Mc Henry which guarded the harbor of j Baltimore The fort was garrisoned by a battalion of artillery under the I command of Col Armistead who faced a courtmartial if he should lose the fort by attack as the Wash 1 ington administration had per emptorily ordered him to surrender It This he had refused to do Joseph Nlckolson a brotherinlaw I of Key In charge of a volunteer bat tery of artillery was second In coon wand of the fort When Cocbrane refused to allow Key and his tom panions to return to shore he placed under a guard of marines Key and his friends in their own bpat as near tho scene of action as possible In jj order that they might suffer the mortification of seeing their flag go down Two hours had been as signed in the British mind for the I accomplishment that result after I Which terms for Baltimore might be considered When the land attack and bombardment began sixteen frigates centered their line of fire on the littlerlowl fortifications The range was two and a half miles and the fortytwo pounders of the fort were not sufficient to carry this distancei eb tkt1MtnatalnedllttIeI r l1Mensand Youths 10 Suits for t DOLLARS Stouts leaniand regulars all sizes On sale tod- ayLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET damage while the fort suffered greatly Yet the garrison held out Exasperated Armistead and his troops the British thefortifications darknessIn hundredattack butbeingdefenderswas opened upon them causing ter thttheretheBritishattack earlier In the day had failed ThenthethelittleKeyandoners and watched with the greatest concern the landing of thousands of soldiers and marines at North Point thefortofSeptemberwatching the battle with strained eyes The day was calm and still thatdroppedFortMcHenry unfurleda shell struck It and tore out one of andKeyswentbelowmightvisitThroughthewaiting for the dawn to bring tri umph or despair Then the darkness passed away and by tho dawns strainedhis Ifthewastheredrew and Baltimore wasSaved trlumpltKey oldletterpenciled the opening lines of the himbackcopyforverses were put Into type by Samuel Sands an apprentice in the office of the Bajtlmore American That evening it was sung to the tune of a then popular melody Anacreon In Heaven at the Holiday Street Thea ter Baltimore The next day the air was heard upon every street of Baltimore and from every boy who had been gifted with a voice or a whistle and the Star Spangled Banner was soon waving musically over the domain as victoriously as it floated from the ShortlythereafterOrleans where it was played by a United States military band visitinghisis in Olivet cemetery in the old his Itstandsa statue of Key his poets face illuminated by the art of the sculptor his arms outstretched his left hand bearing a scroll inscribed SpangledBannerLiberty holding the flag for which those immortal lines were written A large National flag which is never taken down except to replace it with a new one Is kept floating over the grave LATEST IN STYLES The smartest tunics reach almost to the skirt edge Wide girdles are frequently seen en afternoon gowns Dolly Varden bonnets are trimmed with roses and blue ribbon stream vv There is nothing like the dark illk kimonos very plainly made for traveling reallyhereclosesetin sleeves White organdie is everywhere In collars and blouses and girls white dresses Although the new skirts are much fuller the materials are clinging aid often transparent v The cotton crepes and seersuckers used for childrens dresses permit p great economy in laundry work The vogue of garish arid eccentric colors is about over to Judge by the furore for black and dark colors Muslins chiffons and voiles have never been so pretty as now and they come in dark as well as light colorTulle and lingerie skirts are 091Jchiffont t fci UEURLED Stars and Stripes Float Prodly at St Vincent do Paul School Lieut Gov1IcDermottDelvers Eloquent and Patriotic Address Declares True Men Will Live Up to Religion and Laws Alike WHAT THE FLAG STANDS FOR With patriotic exercises and In the presence ota large gathering of people a beautiful American flag was unfurled Monday afternoon from the Sixtyfoot steel staff over St Vincent de Pauls school at Shelby and Oak Father Thome the pastor presided aver the exercises which were In charge of a general committee of which B Muellerwas Chairman and UeceptlonCommittee A Kopp John H Walter Peter JacobHupon Lieut Gov McDermott and escorted him to the school where ho was received by the Rev A J Thome and the Rev F J Keller assistant pastor Tho exercises began with a song by the school children each of whom carried an American flag theflagBanner Betsy Made after which Father Thome blessed the flag and SpangledBanner Carliluberthe staff the audience standing the while Herman Guenther recited a salute to the flag after which Father Thome Introduced Lieut Gov MoDermott Gov McDermott complimented the parish on Its patriotism and unity and In an eloquent tribute to the Stars and Stripes said This Is a lucky parish You have a handsome church a large beauti ful and comfortable school and a new beautiful American flag floating In the breeze over your children children dedicated to religion and morality a school where free education may be given your children and a flag to Inspire patriotism In the old and the youngThe motto of our State Is United Wo Stand Divided Wo Fall A congregation so united and enter prising as you are must flourish and be happy In the full enjoyment of civil and religious liberty A flag is the symbol or emblem ofa nation the standard held aloft to Identify its supporters and denote Inspirethemand courage to defend It This flag of ours recalls our battles for free dom our noble Constitution and our proud history Its white bars speak to us of purity Its blue of truth and loyalty Its red of vigor and cour age Its stars remind us of our great constellation of free States which make lup our solid and Imperishable Union In foreign lands and seas I have seen the beautiful flags of other great nations but none seemed so beautiful to me as this flag which Is the emblem and protector of our free and happy home Fortunate Indeed Is that land where rellgloil education and free enlightenItsbetter able to lead a gobd moral contented life while enjoying the comforts and pleasures of the highest civilization Some men are willing to quarrel and fight for their country or their religious faith and yet they will not make their dailY life conform to the laws of their country or to the teachings of their professed religion This flag of ours assures all of us that the rights guaranteed each of us by our Constitution shall be ours in fact and the Inheritance of rightsthe richorevery citizen has the right of free punishmentforprivIlegereligiousfaithcount for It and without having his bythosethat all must have an equal right to vote or to fill a public office or to mold our laws an equal right at the polls equality in taxation and in the perform obeythefaiththatlawandmusthonestlydanger perform our manifold duties as citizens not grudgingly but with cheerfulness unselfishness and cour age loyaltonotfollowor make war upon other countries institutionssible we want to be at peace with all the world Therefore in the clash Ings of other nations we must be temperate fair and Just to thorn In our thoughts words and actions- It Is easy to err in passing judgment even on our friends It is far easier to err in passing Judgment on strangers who are far removed from Inetftutions toaRnationsnobleConstitution flagtomayticharityu IJ I x rev it fRANK FEHR INCORPORATED EWINGco1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ord ff a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Homo 76717672 Cumb West C9 SALVATOR Dark LIFE 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CMkrwMtWits7i INWPhIN is2j2 a fOQ FrankHii Stnet1J f 1 r t f I j t 1 r I 1 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The present membership in Col orado Is 9640- Wisconsin Hibernians appropriated 200 for the Gaelic League of Ire landRhode Island gained 300 mem bers since the State convention two years ago The Ancient Order in Indiana numbers 3000 and the Ladles Aux iliary 2500 Judge James E Dorscy Is the youngest State President ever elected in Indiana Division 4s meeting Monday eevnlng will be postponed on account of the State convention Dublin hopes to see next year a conference representation of Hiber nians in all parts of the world State county and division meet Ings have recorded resolutions de ploring the death of Pope Pius X oMinnesota Hibernians and the- Ladles Auxiliary will open their State convention on September 23 Every division should arrange for an initiation this fall That would help Increase interest In the order The Louisville Ladles Auxiliary will send a splendid delegation to their State convention at Covington Colorado Hibernians held their State convention at Central City opening Thursday and being still in session The social clubs of Divisions 3 and 4 will soon announce their pro gramme for fall and winter enter talnmentsIPensylvanla Hibernians have elected as State President for the ensuing two years P J Kllgallon of PittsburghThe delegates and visitors to the State convention will leave over the L and N railroad to morrow morning The Hibernians of Oswego N Y Formation the big towns of the county The Wisconsin State convention levied a per capita of twentyflvo cents for prizes in Irish history and the Irish library at Madison Maryland Hibernians turned out strong In the fraternal parade in connection with the Star Spangled Baner centennial in Baltimore The County Board administration just closing under President Con nelly has been very successful especially from a financial standpoint Members of Division 1 heartily approve the change of meeting place They should gather for a housewarming on Thursday September 28 There will be no meeting of Divis ion 1 next Tuesday night Here after they will be held at Lleder kranz Hall Sixth and Walnut onI the second and fourth Thursday Connellyhasthe L and N railroad for a private coach for the delegates and visitors and in addition has obtained a party rate of 460 for the round trip but purchasers of tickets should secure them through Mr Connelly to obtain this rate HAD MANY FRIENDS The sudden death of Timothy J Scanlon Sunday evening due to the treacherous assault of a negro while making his rounds as night watch man came as a great shock to his many friends and acquaintances especially among the oldest residents beeqbornScanlon was to love and respect him his even cheery disposition endear ing him to old and young while his faithfulness to Mother Church was one of his strongest characteristics and it Is a significant fact that he died prepared to meet his Maker receiving the sacraments the morn Ing of his death this fact being comfort and consolation to those whom he left behind He is sur vived by his wife who was Miss Mary Monohan before their manage and he is also a relative of Daniel and Jerry Scanlon The funeral took place from Holy Name church Tuesday morning at 9 oclock LONG ILLNESS FATAL George J Zoll fiftyseven years of age senior member of the firm of- T Zoll Sons shoe merchants suc cumbed to Brlghts disease at his home 1341 South Brook street fol lowing an illness of five months He was a natlveof Louisville and when but ten years of age began work in the shoe business His widow Mrs Helen Wirth Zoll two daughters Mrs eGorge Goebel and Miss Anna Helen Zoll and two sons John G and Carl A Zoll survive him He was a member of the St Vincent do Paul SocTety and a contributor to many charities The funeral was held from St Pauls church Monday morning Rev Father York officiat ing at the solemn obsequies STATE FAIR The Kentucky State Fair will throw open Its gates Monday and continue the entire week For sometime past Secretary went has been located on the grounds perfecting arrangements that surpass all for mer years The entry lists are the largest ever recorded and each days programme embraces special features that will make this the best State Fair ever held In Kentucky There will be a clean Midway and many free attractions and at night a grand fireworks display with the battle of Mexico as the big centerpiece With fair weather the grounds should be crowded every day and night 1 FATHER ONEILL LEAVES The Rev Francis ONeill O P who has been attached to the Dominican Southern missionary band at St Louis Bertrdnd Convent left the past week for Minneapolis the headquarters of the Western band to which district he has been trans j ferred While statlpmed here rather PNelll raad many friends 1d1 wilded a great influence among the youBB men of tit city 1 I IJk j V WM a Good SenJI Church Road Va August 1111 prostrotlesweak that I trembled allover my knees gave way flat and then was unable to Koenlg1INerveagain and walk alt day without diM eulty The Tonic was a Godsend for me I speak of Ita wonderful effect quite fter B F Pltchford Mrs Paul Fuchi of TJntontowfl Wash WM often afflicted with unconsciousness which disappeared after using Pastor Koenlga Nerve Tonic Vahhada girlubledwwth 9tVItus t Dance which could not move herself fo about MX months but since she too Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonlo It Improved BO much as she did not when the doc tor treated her Valuabt Book en Nor Diseases end I Sample1 FREEA to en1 ddreu Poor pi alsol let the mcdldne free Prepared by REV FATHBX KOENIO effect Wcrae lad lDee 1876 ud now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago DL 62 W Lake Street near Dearbona 114 ssI1 AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable t Events in the Catholic His torT of America By James A Rooney LL D September 13 1843 Bishops recommended by Fifth Council of Baltimore appointed by the Holy See as follows The Right Rev Andrew Byrne Little Rock the Right Rev William Quarter Chicago the Right Rev Williaml Tyler Hartford the Right Rev John M Hennl Milwaukee theI Right Rev Ignatius A Reynolds Charleston the Right Rev John McCloskey Coadjutor of New York the Right Rev John B Fitzpatrick Coadjutor of Boston the Right Rev Michael OConnor Pittsburgh September 14 1834The Most Rev Samuel Eccleston convert andl fifth Archbishop of Baltimore consecrated titular Bishop oft Thermla and coadjutor to Arch bishop Whltfleld succeeded to theI see October 19 same year diedl at Georgetown April 22 1851 September 1C 1838 Tho Right Rev Richard Plus Miles consecrated at Bardstown Ky as first Bishop oft diocese of Nashville Tenn es tablished July 28 1837 he Jour neyed by canoe and horseback from Bardstown and took posses sion of see in 1839 laid corner stone of St Marys Cathedral iInI 1844 died February 19 1860 September 17 1789Close of Phil adelphia convention to frame constitution of United States the only two Catholic delegates toI which were Daniel Carroll brother of Archbishop Carroll of Balti more and Thomas Fitzsimmons of Pennsylvania September 181816The Right Rev Aposjtollc1 Italy consecrated March 26 nF 1851 resigned In December 1874 to return to the Society of Jesus assigned to Woodstock Md where h died July 21 1884 September 19 1900Death In his eightyfirst year of the Rev PIconvertof the Paullst Institute while AljbanyI I years Plattsburgh N Y May 30 1820 i the son of Reuben Hyde Wal I worth last Chancellor of the State of New York ordained October 27 1848 TWIN CITY CLOSES The Catholic Baseball League closed Its season Sunday the Chant pions again copping the pennant t banner by defeating the Olympics easily In a 12 to 3 game and break- Ing the tie for first honors which had existed all season the crowd present being one of the largest ever seen at an amateur game In Louis ville Capt Clegg is Justly proud of his threetime winners and expects them to be a contender for city championship honors The Bruins tied the Shamrocks for third honors by winning over the K of C team in a 11 to 4 game the latter team making eight errors Mackin won their sixth straight victory by defeating the Shamrocks In an 8 to 5 game the Mackin boys keeping up their slugging record Manager Thornton being the leading slugger Manager Voors Imperials secured a forfeited game from the Trinity team the latters manager Dan Hen nessy being at Mammoth Cave with trinitys annual excursion The Twin City exhibited a clean and fast article of ball this season and It Is believed the following all star lineup would make the best amateur team in the State Thomp sonc Haragan and Brownfield p Clegg 1st b Schreck 2d b OBrien 3d b Morris sos Finn r f Sheehan c f Hogan 1 G The final standing Is as followst Club Won Lost Pc- tChampions19 2 90- 5Olympics18 3 857 Shamrocksn 10 5- 24Brains11 10 524 Imperials9x 12 4- 29MackID8 13 391 Trinity 6 15 286 Knights Columbus 2 19 095 The Champions will play the StrasselGans team for the local amateur championship at Eclipse Park this afternoon the winner of which will be entered in the national amateur baseball championship games Wletlng will twirl for StrasselGans and Brownfleld for the Champs 1 JUDGE IJNCpINS ADDRESS Judge Walter P Lincoln will address the members of the local council Knights of Columbus next Wednesday evening during the lee urers session his subject being entitled Correct Oplalons and as the Judged an interesting speaker a treat ifidr for those who attend o li f h IRELANDi Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Longford Board of Guardians elected Daniel Devlin Killashee porter of the Workhouse John OKane a well known duce merchant in South Derry has been sworn In a Justice of the Peace Queenstown has been reopened as a port for Americans in Ireland who desire to embark there for the United States Most Rev Dr Browne has promoted Rev A Forrestal Black ofkNewtownbarryFermanagh volunteers are now over 4500 strong Three hundred and fifty of the Ennlsklllen battalion took part in a march to Sllverhlll Lord De Froyne has joined the Frenchpark corps of the Irish Na tional volunteers and has been ap pointed commander of the battalion The death of Canon Furlong Taghmon is widely regretted He- wls seventy years of age and was born at Ballygarra County Wexford At the Keady Catholic church a collection In aid of the local corps of the Irish National volunteers was taken up and a big sum was realized The Boyle Company of the Irish National volunteers won the com petition at Keash for the best equipped and drilled company on parade Rev A Clancy was reelected Chairman of the Committee of Man AsylumnoardPChairman Father Brennan speaking at a mobilization of Tralee volunters said Irishmen and particularly the volunteers should never forget what had occurred in Dublin Dr G F Luke Castlewellan County Down was elected by the jEnnlsklllen Board of Guardians to i the post of medical officer of the Tempo Dispensary district The appointment to the Magistracy of PJ Fogarty Chairman of the Castlecomer Rural District Coun cil and National Director of the United Irish League is announced I IPatrick McCalllon fuss at Malln Potty Sessions sworn in a Magistrate for County Donegal He is a mem I ber of the Inlshowen District Council and Vice Chairman of the Board of Guardians I Athy Guardians unanimously elected Dr Austin McKenna medical officer of Ballyllnan Dispensary His father Dr J McKenna was at the same meeting granted a superannua tion allowance of 500 a year SlIgo Temperance Insurance Society has passed resolutions con gratulating their past President Rev B J Crehan on his promotion to Grange and extending welcome to the Rev Father Butler on his ap pointment to the Presidency- A rifle bandolier and haversack were presented to the Rev C Bren nan on the occasion of his transfer from Tralee to Castletownbere He was closely Identified with the Na tlonal volunteers and 300 of them headed by the local bands escorted I him to the railway station At the annual meeting of the East Cavan Executive of the United Irish League there was a lively con test for the Presidency of the or ganlzatlon The candidates were the i Rev L Galligan Mandebawn and I J F Gogarty Father Galligan re celved seventy votes and Gogarty eightyfive INewry has lost a notable citizen of H Loughran J P formerly known as Postmaster of the town and In most recent years one of the most useful and practical of local public men Mr Loughran and his family were for about tWQ gen erations closely identified with re ligious organizations in Newry and the neighborhood and enjoyed the personal friendship and esteem of DromoretONeill WATHENS LUCK The closing days of the race for the American Association pennant sees another indication of the proverbial luck of Mr fathen the Louisville clubs owner This past week the Indianapolis team coming from the rear by defeating our Col onels became a contender for the pennant whirls is sure to prove a drawing card for the closing week of the season when Indianapolis Is booked here for a fourgame series Fortunately for the local club the Milwaukee team gave way under the strain after leaving here losing five out of the first eight games played at home the Kansas City and Minne apolis teams neither of which are fond of the foul tactics of the Milwaukee club the latest sample being the unfair work of Johnny Hughes All would like to see either Louisville or Indianapolis beat them out for the pennant The Colonels begin a fivegame series with Cleveland to day two being played there and the next three in this city the team then going to Columbus for five and then returning home to finish the season with the Hoosiers and Cleveland NEW ALBANY Miss Ella McGlaven and John L Raverty well known residents of Floyd county Ind were united in marriage at Holy Trinity church New Albany on Tuesday morning The Rev Charles Currah was cele brant of the nuptial mass and per formed the marriage ceremony Many of the friends of the bride and groom were present to tender con gratulations RIVE VIEW Col Lum Simons will keep River View Park open until the State Far closes which will greatly please the amusement publlcThe principal attraction will be the famous Abe Llncolp Jubilee Singers one of the stellar colored singing organizations of the South In addition a special programme of folk songs will be preein danaivl ltlr othe park are prornlsed a rare treat a HERMAN STRAUS SONS 9 rOUBTH rAVENUE AVavvco MARKET STREET New Fall Suits 10 AT 1500T- o start the season we have put on sale the first deliveries of New Fall Suits These are made up in fine wide wale scrges fancy honeycomb weaves and Copenhagen Childrens School Dresses Made of fine gingham percale lawn and linon all this seasons models neat styles perfect fitting ages 6 to 14 years sale price 79c Beautiful styles neatly made perfect fitting beat 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