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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tt- r nrWE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give This Office Your Next Order XXXIII NO 12 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS IT FIZZLE junior Orders Fraternal Day Celebration Proves Hugo Joke Fraternal Order and Speakers Snub Proposed A P A Celebration Kentucky Irish American Only Paper That Exposed Motive of Bigotry ONLY 800 PEOPLE IN PARADE The citizens of the three Falls Cities Louisville Now Albany and Jeffersonville that is the older residents may havo seen some widely advertised affairs cad amusement enterprises prove disappointing but none have ever fizzled out to an extreme or blown up as the muchly advertised and socalled Fraternal day promoted under time auspices of the Junior Order cf United American Mechanics last Saturday afternoon and which failure was predicted In these columns to spite of the wide advertisement and display given in all of the local press Tho publish ers of the Kentucky Irish American are receiving many verbal bouquets and commendations for their expose of the attempt of this unAmerican society to promote a fraternal gath ering with the Junior Order as the principal actors and to hog any credit derived from the affair with their members In tho leading roles and their hall used as a meeting place and starting point for the parade The dally papers for weeks previous had contained many flatter Ing notices of the monster parade that was to traverse the streets of Louisville one afternoon paper going so far as to say even on Saturday that there would probably be 10000 men in line and attempted to convey tho Impression that the pub lic was In for a sure enough treat especially In viewing the many handsomely decorated floats that were to be In line The writer with several other gentlemen was stationed on Broad way Just above Fourth and within two squares of the starting point so as to get an accurate account of the big parade when the marchers were fresh and attera delay of 4 rfortyfipeminutesprobablxausedby line the parade was on Its way In the lead was Schillings band followed by twenty of tho Junior Order on horseback then the Odd Fellows with 2GO men in line followed by six carriages with the Junior Order officials among them being Herman Lochner William Markolf John Schmelzer R M Kendall Bill Naves and others who have not been so prominent In saving the country from going to Rome as the Menace would say The carriages were Yellowed by the chief float a little red school house with a tall individual on the rear garbed as Uncle Sam busily trying to exhibit a copy of the Bible supposedly conveying the Impression that the Juniors want the Bible taught In the public schools although many of our load ing Protestant ministers are on record as opposing It Then came the greatly advertised outpouring of Juniors straggling along while some of the marshals on the side were chasing up and down their short line ordering them to spread out In order to make a showing their ranks being composed of 310 men and boys many of the later being In line but including those In carriages and all there were exactly 350 Juniors in the line of march and as the press agent would say 350 count em3DO and this after weeks of organization and worry on the part of the pro moters t following the Junior Order was the House of Reform band then came a Daughters of America float with ten of the members on exhibi tion then fifty members of the Oak dale Knights of Pythias then two other handsome floats one being a safety bicycle draped with bunting and the other float with the same class of decoration was a boys ex press wagon with a blllygoat as the motive power Some floats eh As there wore to be three prizes awarded for handsome floats the Juniors getting two of those it Is presumed that the last float of the parade was the Maccabee Ladles this also being the end of the parJ ade Thus the only float not receiving a prize was the one with the goat in harnessSumming up the whole parade and including the musicians In the two bands the Reform band being little boys the carriage drivers and all there were 810 In line this count not varying between several reputable witnesses alt in the neighborhood of Fourth and Broadway The Red Men Woodmen tjf the World Modern Woodmen of America Elks Eagles Heptasophs and many other societies advertised to march were all con iplcuous by their absence and even the officials first selected from other societies as a Mind by the rumors failed to appear Many and amusing were the com ments heard all along the line of march on the poor showing made several remarking that our Utilec ward and precinct political clubs make a better showing In campaign traits and on a few hours notice To thepusliveiilmif tik Armory wit very r t l I 9- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN slimly attended Mayor Buschemeyer Acting Mayor Miller Judge BIngham and Attorney W W Davies all ad vertised speakers falling to appear this ending the efforts of a society with bigotry as Its motto to receive an Impetus at tho hands of the fraternal orders of tho Falls Cities and surrounding towns One noticeable feature was that the marchers were practically un known to everyone along the line of march receiving no greetings from anyone on the sidewalks or In wIn- dows walking along In utter silence maintaining a dogged sullen air Nearly to a man none of the march ers aro ever seen in public gather Ings and places yet their political leaders and dictators attempt to control our elections by voting them as a unit with religious bigotry ds their standard The cold reception received may arouse many of thorn to realize their standing In the com munity it is hoped and in addition plans may be set on to have a real fraternal day here next year and not a celebration under A P A aus pices as was the fizzle of Saturday James McBreen State President CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY I There was a large attendance at the meeting of Mackln Council Y M I last Monday night the occa sion being the celebration of the twentyfirst anniversary of this splendid young mens organization A Dutch luncheon and smoker with an abundance of refreshments was served while the meeting was in progress Short but timely talks were made by James T Shelley Frank G Adams Thomas D Clines Louis J Kieffer and the Rev Father Frances Felten chaplain of the council President George Thornton delivered a forceful address to the members thanking them for their loyalty Jo MacklnfCounciLantUurg Ing1nemo t Itfiitdtlie jllleetln s whenever possible He also Called attention to the Initiation to be held some time in November requesting that all who possibly can do so secure at least one desirable candidate The Entertainment Committee an nounced that next Monday evening the European war situation will be I discussed by JGuy NevIn and will be featured with Illuminated views from the countries engaged BLESSED STATIONS Last Sunday evening at St James church tho Rev Leonard F Nurre 0 F M blessed the beautiful new Stations of the Cross and preached an able and powerful sermon These stations which are the gifts of various members of the parish are works of art and were made in Munich Germany They are painted InAll on heavy copperplate two by threo feet set in Spanish architectural plaster relief frames fin- Ished In old Ivory effect which brings out the rich warm colors of the pictures Rev Father Schuh mann D D was the celebrant of the solemn vespers and was as sisted by Rev John T Hill and Rev George Weiss as deacon and sub deaconII Thomas Tarpy State Vice President AWARDED AT ST AUGUBTINES The following are the awards from the recent combination book for St Augustines church Hand painted pillow Josephine Libby coal vase Frank Burgy load of coal Miss Julia King I In gold LucrEdetenl some picture Thomas H Ryan short Waist Mrs Fred Schmidt rOcking chair Cora Parsons New Albany I FIGHTING FOR COUNTRJT this Imperial Ot ards of Ger tin Were anti no ilees than 11205 Utr rc HIBERNIANS Hold Successful State Conven tion In St Patricks Hall Covlngton Reaffirm Their Loyalty to Holy Mother Church and Our Country Opened With High Mass and Sermon liyItcv Father McCaffrey FOR REDMOND AND VOLUNTEERS The biennial State convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Kentucky opened Monday morning with a solemn high mass In St Pat thoRevan ablo and feeling sermon he told hlBheartsoul burning with piety that those who heard him may be turned to God that they might follow the Divine Master and build up a final home In tho kingdom of heaven He felttorlove and devotion through all the centuries for their great apostle and tho faith that had made Ireland great and shed light over tho whole world Following the mass the convention opened formally In the magnificent new St Patricks Hall which was profusely decorated with the green and gold of Ireland and the red white and blue of our country Over two hundred delegates from the divisions and auxiliaries were prea ent when County President M T Shine opened the meeting and grace fully Introduced Mayor Phillips The Chief Executive elicited rounds oS applause by the welcome he ex tended the visitors on behalf of tine city of Covington In concluding he paid a glowing tribute to the Irish for what they did to bring victories to our great and glorious country where freedom exists for all State President Welsh responded in an appropriate address and Miss Fan nie Kennedy speaking for the ladies predicted that the convention would accomplish what was desired and returned thanks for the kindly reception extended them Tho convention then went into prayerbeingCaffrey chaplain of the Covington division who attended all tho ses- sIons State President Welsh ap pointed Thomas Tarpy John Keaney Thomas Lynch John M Maloney Thomas Howard and T J Ryan as a credentials committee who reported no contests and all delegates en titled to seats President Welsh In his biennial report stated that tho State Board have endeavored to keep alive the Hibernian spirit In Kentucky and duplicate the work of Its predecessor He also read a letter from National President McLaughlin conveying greetings and the promise that he would visit Kentucky in the near future Next followed the re ports of Secretary James McBrcen and Thomas Howard Jr showing the standing of the order and divis ions throughout the State President Welsh announced the following com mittees when adjournment was taken for dinner PressJohn J Barry T X Ryan and Gallagher Finance Walter CusIck John Keaney John J Hesslon Jr Thomas Langan and the Secretaries of the Covington and Ashland divis ions Rules and Grievances William J Connelly Thomas Howard Sr Thomas Tarpy Ladles Auxiliary Military and In suranceJohn Howard Robert Loether Matt OBrien Resolutions William M Higgins P T Sullivan W J Connelly Thomas Tarpy James Lantry Laws James Lantry Edward Mc Cafferty Thomas WashJohn M Maloney Charles J Finegan M T Shine When the convention reassembled greetings were sent the German American Alliance and after the rules governing former conventions had been adopted County Presidents Shine Connelly and Howard sub mited their reports which become part of the proceedings The first committee report Indorsing and asking support for the Catholic press was adopted without a dissenting vote When the telegram and letter of National President McLaughlin were read the pledge was given that Kentucky would comply with his suggestions and Immediately begin membership campaigns The Finance Committee reported the books of the state Secretary and State Treas urer well kept and correct both cor responding In every particular Chairman Thomas Walsh submit ted the report t the Laws Commit tee which was concurred in The only changes were to make a minimum Initiation fee of 5 and provision that all candidates must receive the degrees within six months from type date of their admis sion into the order After transact Ing other routine business adjourn ment was taken until Tuesday morn Ing Tuesday morning the convention opened with prayer by Father McJ Caf frey and reeldentWelsh In the chair Uflbh motion a committee was appointed to extend greetings to the pleasantld iI Higgins Judge ShIne and Thomas Tarpy They pledged the ladles the support of the United divisions The request of the ladles for earlier convention dates was referred to the State Board and thQ further recom mendations of the Laws Committee was concurred in Resolutions reaffirming the declarations and actions of tho pre ceding convention pledging fealty and obedience to Mother Church and Pope Benedict and undying loyalty to our country approving the stand of John Redmond and the Irish vol unteer movement hearty coopera tion with the Ladies Auxiliary and again endorsing the Kentucky Irish American were unanimously adopted j Magistrate P T Sullivan urged the study of Irish history as did also Judge Shine and it was voted that a prize be offered for this study The committees having submitted their final reports resolutions thank ing Father McCaffrey the Hlber nians of Covington and Newport and tho citizens for their hospitality an hour was given over to short talks made by exState President Don nelly County Presidents Connelly Howard and Shine who reviewed the history of the past two years and felt the convention had done good work The election of officers closed the business of the convention and resulted as follows Chaplain Rqv T J McCaffrey PresIdentJames McBreen Cov ingtonVice PresIdentThomas Tarpy LoulsvlJJeSecretaryTo J Ryan Covington TreasurerThomas Howard Jr Ashland The officers were installed by the retiring Stato President and in closing Father McCaffrey commended the work of the convention and urged tho Hibernians to uphold Irish character and Intellectuality and ever love the grand country that now shelters them He asked that all grasp hands and always stand for true Hlbernlantem ENCYCLICAL Pope Benedict Makes Plea For Peace find National Brotherhood10 m First Pastoral Letter and Addressed I tojUnlvcrsal Catho Hc World t I Tho War liaslstruck Him With nuttara to Horroraril 1 tQW iI 7Sadness HOPES FOR THE END OF WARS Through the Associated Press came information that last Friday the Obsqryatore Romano the official organ of the Vatican had published the first pastoral letter from Pope Benedict XV In the form of an encyclical to the episcopacy of the world It contains the programme tor the pontificate of Pope Benedict which summarized calls for renewed efforts to spread religion throughout the world and urges peace and broth erhood among peoples and nations In fear of God The encyclical which Is addressed to the Universal Catholic world deals with the European war Look Ing out upon the flock Intrusted to our care Pope Benedict says the Immense spectacle of a general war has struck us with unutterable hor ror and sadness When we see such a considerable portion of Europe devastated by fire and sword and drenched with the blood of Christians It is encumbent upon us to embrace all without dis tinction lambs and sheep in the arms of paternal charity The Pope Implores intercession for peace to the Virgin whose nativity has Just been celebrated and then continues We exhort most ear nestly those who govern the destiny of the nations that they should bring themselves to a frame of mind whereby they may put aside all dIs- sensIons contrary to the welfare of humanity Lot them realize that there already is too much suffering and sorrow attached to this mortal life and that it should not be ren dered more wretched or more sorrowful let them realize how much ruin and disaster already has been wrought and how much human blood already has been shed Addressing the heads of the na tions the Pope says Hasten there fore to enter Into a council of peace Grasp the right hand of friendship and receive a special re ward from God for yourselves and your nations and earn the greatest praise from the brotherhood of manThe encyclical ends by the Pope expressing tho hope that the begin ping of his pontificate will see the end of wars CHICKEN SUPPER The people of St Williams parI- sh aided by their pastor the Rev George M Conner hare prepared a very novel entertainment for their friends for Monday September 21 The usual euchrelotto games will be played in the afternoon followed by a delicious chicken supper from 5 t08 oclock when the novel rain bow arrangement and blind auction will be held This social Is a post poned orie fropi the summer and both pastor and peare anticipating I suoofwe I I Tendency Plainly Revealed in Socialist Unionist Legions Book Some Significant Facts In Regard to tho American Labor Movement A Closer Union of Socialists and Trades Unionists Covertly Desired ABSOLUTELY FALSE STATEMENTS In the advance sheets of the translation of his work Observa tions On the Labor Movement of America consisting of Information gleaned while on a tour of this country in 1912 Carl Legion former Secretary of the International Secretariat of Trade Unions and now President of tho International Federation of Labor points to some very significant facts and notes for us same dangerous tendencies in tho American labor movement Legion Is must be remembered Is a Social ist a cursory reading of tho copy of his book would reveal that Although the Eastern part of his tour was undertaken under the auspices of the American Federation of Labor ho continually consorted with the Socialists and was to a great degree apparently preaching Socialist doc trine At Indianapolis he listened eagerly to the tale of woe of one Speyer assistant editor of the Car penters Magazine who complained that the Secretary of the Interna tional union Frank Duffy now a member of the Executive Council of the A F of L was a fanatical Catholic and would not allow the editor to print Socialist matter In the magazine Ho also declared that though most of the members hold opinions at variance with those of the Secretary ho is regularly re elected to office through the aid of his machine a statement which Is absolutely false He accused the officers of other unions of similar tacticsLegion also had to have his tour altered by the American Federation of Labor so that ho might attend the convention of tho Socialist party In Indianapolis In speaking of his address before Congress he 6x pressedthotiqpo thatthe anight maka some of those to whom he spokes e red In describing his trip to Cleve land he expends much time In at tacking an organizer of the Bar tenders Union and of the A F of L who was a strong Socialist hater and sympathizes very much with a Socialist singing society which refused to sing because of this obnoxious Individual His Interest at all times as evidenced in his ac count of his Cincinnati visit seems more centered in the American Socialist movement than in the American trade unions He also significantly remarks that he was much bewildered when prior to starting my meeting I was fre quently asked by people who repre sented themselves as being members of the Socialist party to refrain from attacking the church With this re quest I could not comply as I was to speak not of American but of German conditions and in Germany the church always aimed to obstruct the attempts of tho working class to attain a decent existence and free dom and equnlltya statement which Is merely a rehash of the lying charges of Dr Erdmann which Theo Brauer answered so decisively in his pamphlet on the Christian trade unions of Germany The Important points to be em phasized in thlo regard are these In the first place this lecture tour of Legiens was organized under the Joint auspices of the American Fed eration of Labor and the Socialist party tho former conducting the Eastern tour the latter the Western thereby in the popular mind connect ing the two associations whereas as a matter of fact not one third of the Socialist party membership are trade unionists and but a small number of trade unionists are Socialists Legion himself expresses the hope that the trip and his report will have tho effect of bringing the Socialist party and the trade unions of the United States closer together Secondly Leglen took advantage of his position even under the auspices of the A F of L to falsely attack the church Thirdly he was quite Intent on spreading the light of Socialist doc trine Time International labor move ment as It has been called ever since the A F of L affiliated with It has proven above all nothing more nor less than a vehicle for Socialist propaganda in the latter body lie news letters violently and falsely attack the Christian unions and from Legions book we learn that Its head and principal spokesman attacked the faith of those who make up a not Inconsiderable number of the American trade Unionists How long are American Catholic workingmen going to allow this condition to exist To split the American labor movement as will have to be done if this policy con tinues to grow as it has In the past would be a calamity to the church In this country as to the unions here The fight against these things must be carried on within the labor movement The Socialists must not obtain control of the A IV of L And In order to prevent all these catas trophes the American workIngmen while working diligently with their r unions should organize into Catholic workIngmens associations where they can study to refute the false attacks of the Socialist agitator and can learn the proper solidarity with which to oppose his tactics C B of V FIRST PETITION FILED Tho first designating petitions to be filed with the Secretary of State in Albany placed in nomination for United States Senator from New York James S McDonogh a former resident of Louisville and now a prominent attorney of the metropolis The petitions contained over 5000 signatures Mr McDonogh was graduated from the law depart ment of Georgetown University He Is a member of the bar of Kentucky New York the District of Columbia and the United States Supreme Court Ho belongs to the Wilson Democratic Club of The Bonx and the Bryan and OGorman Club of New York City Attorney William P McDonogh of this city is his brotherT J Ryan State Secretary PASSIONIST CILVPTER The Provincial Chapter of the PassIon 1st Order for the Western Province was held at the Sacred Heart Retreat opening September 8 and closing on the 14th Inst The chapter was presided over by the Very Rev Philip Coughlin C P of London Eng who was the personal representative of the General of tho Order who resides In Rome The Superiors of all the monasteries of the Western Province participated In the deliberations and the election of Superiors for the ensuing three years The chapter has legislative authority for the whole province and during tho sessions of the one Just concluded various neVi laws and policies for internal and external matters yore adopted The chapter concludedfwltKtheelectibhirbflthe following Superiors Very Rov Alfred Cagney C P ProvincialVery Jerome Reuterman C P First Consultor Very Rev XavJer Sutter C P Second Consultor Very Rev Eugene Creegan C P rector of Holy Cross Cincinnati O Very Rev Cletus Brady C P rector of Sacred Heart Retreat Lou isville Very Rev John Joseph Herten berger C P rector of St Louis MonasteryVery Bonaventuro Oberst C P rector of St Paul Kansas Very Rov Henry Miller C P rector of the Chicago Monastery Very Rev Dennis Calllgee C P Master of Novices at Sacred Heart RetreatRev Benedict Hanley C P will continue as vice rector at the Sa cred Heart Retreat for the present The Very Rev Philip Coughlin C P President of the chapter left Louisville on Wednesday morning for New York where ho will embark for his homo In London Thos Howard Jr State Treasurer ABANDON PARADE Owing to the death of Pope Plus X and to the war In Europe It has been decided to abandon the Holy Name parade In Philadelphia this year Instead an extra effort will bo made to have all the members attend their next holy communion In large numbers for the double In tention of the repose of the soul of the late Pontiff and that so much in his thoughts In his last moments International peace CENSUS OF CANADA The religious census of Canada shows that onethird of the Domin ion Iis Catholic and Catholics are by far the largest Individual denomination Their present number is 2833041 P SwHsSF WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give This Office Your Next Order IIVOLUME JDANGEROUS WELCOME Covington and Newport Throw Open Wide Their Doors to Hibernians Receptions Ball and Banquet For the Many Delegates and Visitors First Great Body to Occupy and Open New St Patricks Hall 1 ABLE ADDRESSES AT BANQUET thoAncIenthavebeenInKentuckywarmly welcomed than that held CovIngtonThe thefirstImportant InthatcityRevStPatrickscity the Hibernians and Ladies Auxiliary tho Catholics and citizens thodelegatesmlllo falltho that will ever remainamong the nevertobe forgotten SunduythearrivingthobeIngmetChaIrmanJl1mes SecretarYChairmanMonohanDoyleJudgeLantyGroverRobertLoetherCarronThomas DonnellyMrsWalshMrsTierneyMesdamesgan Belnkamp and Metz who showed every attention until the re ception iti the afternoon in St Pat ricks new and beautiful school hall decoratedDespite attractionsofCincInnatiMcCaffreyappeared ringing address assembledfallthethe belugkStfparMeCaffrey opeandto likethatlonggoneTheyhadgeneral good of their organization attamedand exalted convention theAncIentKentuckyconcuslonhean elegant luncheon served in thetwo adjoining rooms This feature thetwoMissAdaAuxiliaryof atFonnellrenderedRevcomplimentary St3PresIdentMiss Kennedy was greatly pleased extendedbyreturnedtheandhopedauxiliary contrIbuting eveningRIchardFInnLester George and Loretta North ThomasTarpy uponbycourse of a brief address aroused much enthusiasm Hero also de servedMrsSwbourneand Misses Salllo Moran Jel RichardLyon reception where an enjoyable evening was spent and during which the older offormervigorthatset The general illumination and thataddedentertaInmentmentThe social side of the convention closed with a grand banquet Tuesday night at which eloquent addresses reyJudgethecrownIngalways remembered by those presemt GOING TOrrEXAshhThe Rev ptsome time past l Sacred Heart Retreat on the New- burg road has been transferred to tlxaswllerEi1imbe mtR1berofthe I J t KEJSrUOKY X JH AJMERIOAN W KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY iTtkd te the yodel tad Moral Idvaa tllttltlesttt Irish Asericans and CinwIUi Officially Indorsed by AncUat Order ot Hlberalani Young Mens iBitlrate and Catholic Knights of America KINTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COIncorpor t d Publlhrs SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Ie Eetrd at UI IIyIII PoUtfle oo IH4In4CI nttu StftNsross LOUISVILLE KySATURDAX SEPTEMBER 19 1914 OUR TIME TO BOW The Kentucky Irish American bows modestly to the many nice t things being said for Its course In a exposing the bigotry underlying the proposed Fraternal day celebration and parade last Saturday and which was controlled absolutely by the Junior Order of United American Mechanics Despite the fact that the CourierJournal Louisville r Times Louisville Herald and Louis ville Post devoted much space paid and otherwise to the affair the broadside from these columns caused the withdrawal of many officials and i fraternal organizations the result being that the parade proved a mon strous fizzle and at the evening celebration the leading speakers failed to appear It Is unnecessary to add that the Junior Order are ready to pay a tribute to our influ once WELL TO KNOW Hon Richard McGhee the member for MidTyrone told a few things In his speech In New York City last week that very few knew before One thing he said was that the King personally never signs a bill when It becomes law This Is V done for him and In his name by a Commissioner appointed by the part- yb power Another thing was that the Parliament act which curtailedl the power of the House of Lords I provided that the Lords could not by procrastination or otherwise Impede or obstruct the passage of a measure after It was passed threeI times by the House of Commons HeI also Informed his hearers that John Redmond was offered full equipment ot guns and uniforms by the Government for the National volunteers but refused the offer for the reason that he did not want to compromise them or him CUTTHROAT RULERS hen Funston advises that theI American troops be left In Ver Cruz until the Huerta refugees andI others not approved by Carranza andI Villa be given an opportunity toI leave the country and Sir Lionel I Carden the British Ambassador condemns the present Mexican llead- ers In no uncertain terms both being In line and In fact substantiating theI letter In our news columns of Rev Father Isadore of the Passlonlsi Retreat N ROGER SULLIVAN s For many years Roger Sullivan I has been regarded as the archetypeI I ot the boss William JenningsI Bryan berated him Almost everyr p Chicago newspaper told Its readersI what they thought of Roger Sulli van and the machine he had built Every practical politician who desired I to fire from the masked bat iterles of reform took a shot at been It a Chicagoan were a real I refol ner the name of Roger Sulli van was anathema to him and heI was not slow In announcing theI r fact What has It all amounted tel In the face of u hostile press Roger J Sullivan has been nominated by the Democratic party of Illinois for United States Senator His plurality was enormous In that very medium of reform the primary election It was a freeforall fight and there Is none who can say that Roger Sulli van was not the selection of an un trammeled Democracy Notwith standing all that has been said ogalnst Roger Sullivan by the real former and the Pharisee the Cln bati TimesStar believes that the Democracy of Illinois Is growing better Its Ideals are Improving The last time It had an opportunity to send a statesman to the United States Senate Is compromised on J Ham Lewis IRONY OF PATH The Irony of fate Is forcibly brought home to our minds when we consider that the Mauser rifle now moving down thousands on then of Europe was Invented by Hwtf Paul yon Mauser who died cefully In his bed at the age of MJtyulx Likewise Dr Richard ilihr the inventor of the Gatling nwe are told was an amiable byfician loving nothing else so Well jar his family circle and quiet h lJleAnd to think that the donor of thep4ce prize who left millions for the furtherance of interns tional brotherhood and the reduc lion of standing j jwalDo other than Alfred Nobel who invented dynmalts aad powders that 1 l are now belching death from countless cannonII It Is said that only onethird of the Socialists belong to trade unions Yet they assume to speak for Why not listen In laborIf labors accredited representatives Also remember that the real Socialist wants the trade unions disrupted and destroyed We congratulate the Catholic Press Association and the fifty ed- Itors who met In convention this week at Detroit Their deliberations will prove fruitful That the Catholic practice of voluntary poverty may bo an excellent substitute for war Is the opinion of the late Prof James of Harvard Next Tuesday Virginia will decide the Statewide prohibition question Should prohibition win the State will lose a revenue Income of 600000 i0 year ST IXUIS UERTRANDS Tuesday afternoon and evening September 22 with a euchre andi lotto the people of St Louis Ber trands and their friends will have the first opportunity to view the work already begun by the new prior Rev T J Crowley SlnCe his arrival numerous Improvements 1 Ir connection with the church and school have been undertaken and on this occasion Bertrand Hall which has been little used for many years will shine forth In a new coat of paint and with many Improvements making It the equal of any similar place In the city Those attending will also have an opportu pity of viewing the gymnasium and baths Installed so that elapses may be organized and conducted during the coming winter Father Crowley is an enthusiastic athlete and has In stalled tennis and basketball court In the convent yard The parish or ganlzatlon having this euchre JIn charge is headed by S J McElllott ably seconded by that active worker William P McDonough who Is a veteran In church affairs Assisting them Is a large committee of ladle and gentlemen who have been meet Ling weekly and the roster of prizes indicate that no one will go away disappointed CATHOLIC CHARITIES The Executive Committee of the National Conference of Catholli Charities has completed the work of preparation for the third biennialI meeting to be held at the Catholic University Washington D C Sep tember 2023 Reports which have been received from all sections ofr the country show that the Interest In this meeting is widespread andI that the number of delegatos wll 1 exceed that of any former year The delegates to the conference will be the guests of the university a luncheon September 21 and 22 Hon Oliver P Newman President of the Board of Commissioners of the Dls trlct of Columbia will deliver ai address of welcome to the delegate on Sunday evening September 20 The representatives of the St Vln cent de Paul Society will complete the work of the national reorganize tlon of the society The Federatioj 1 of Catholic Womens Charities of the United States will also complete organization x Steps will be taker toward the creation of a national1 committee on State Institutions whose object will bo a closer studyr of the relations between our Cath olic charities and public authorities DioQesarDirectors I to hospitals asylums and prisons will form associations to further theIIj Interests of their specific works AllI Catholics who are interested in char- Ity work are cordially invited toI participate in the deliberations of the conference credentials not be- Ing required SOLEMN DEDICATION There will be a solemn dedication of St Pauls church tomorrow morn- Ing with solemn high mass at 10 oclock Rev Father York pasfor of the church will be the celebrant Very Rev J P Cronin the deacon and Rev Father Cyril the sub deacon The sermon Will be preached by Rev Thomas White pastor of St Frances of Rome church and there will be a choir of fifty singers to render Mozarts Twelfth Mass with Prof Aloysius Semz as organist In the evening there will be solemn vespers at 730 oclock Rev Father Charles P Raffo acting as celebrant Rev Father John T Hill as deacon and Rev Father George Weiss as subdeacon The senmon will be preached by Rev Father 0 P Ack ermann D C L The picture of the Immaculate Canceptlon of the Blessed Virgin Mary over the high altar has evoked much praise being considered by many as one ot the handsomest works of art In the countrr CARDINALS RETURNING Cardinals Gibbons and OConnell ire making their return trip home With 411 other Americans they left Rome last Triday sailing on the teamer Cftseplc Cardinal Farley will leave for home before the end of the week I SOCIETY 4J1 QlOifA Roy Wharton has been devoting a week to recreation at West Baden Springs I John McConnell and wife have re I turned from Osgood Ind where they visited relatives Imelda Rapier returned IIMiss after a weeks visit to her Mrs Anna Saltzman Marie Mann of Harrodsburg I IMiss spending a week here as of Mrs Owen Mann I IRalroI Pottlnger left Saturday for Aquinas College at Columbus Ohio Whore he will be a student this winterEd I Gravis of Eighth and York has laid aside business cares tto spend a week at French Lick Springs I IMissI Margaret Martin 408 East Chestnut has returned from a two weeks rest with her aunt Mrs George M Maddox at Nashville I IMrs Frank Gruber and daughter Miss Virginia of Cherokee road have gone to North Carolina to spend six weeks visiting friends and relatives Mrs Fannie K Wessel has returned from New York where sheI spent a pleasant month visiting her grandson Curtis A Wessel and Mrs Wessel- Miss I I Susan McDermott daughter of Lieut Gov McDermott will leave I YorlIHeart Academy I Miss Hazel OBannon ot Corydon Ind who was the guest of Miss Fay Shaffer 715 East Market street New Albany has come to Louisville to resume her study of music at the Sacred Heart Academy I Mrs Harry T Esterle and little daughter Corinne who have been spending the summer here as thi guests of Philip Kelly 2206 Frankfort avenue left Tuesday for their home in Little Rock Ark Miss Nettle Kistner who has been spending her summer vacation with her sister Mrs George A Kraft East Ninth and Spring streets left Saturday for Florlsant Mo to con tlnue her studies at Loretto Acad emy Phil Soden the well known Louis villo Nashville engineer has returned from a vacation in the East In New York and Brooklyn he visited his son Will Soden and other friends who gave him the time of his life which was going some Thomas OHern and bride who 1was Miss Mary J Quigley left last week for Zanesville Ohio the home of the groom where they will reside They were married at the Cathedral in the presence of a large gathering of friends and wellwishers TheI bride was a popular Louisville girl who will be missed in her sock circle and the groom Is a well known railroad man of Zanesville I CONVENTION NOTES The friends of gallant Sergean John Maloney are booming him for County President As an ever ready committeeman Attorney Tom Walsh was the busies man in Covington John TKeaney of Division 2 was busy declining offers to male him a State officer State President McBreen and Stat Secretary Ryan will make a good hustling pair of officers somettelllngraising the initiation fee Little Marietta Score daughter ot 1Col and Mrs J J Score was theI belle of the dance Monday evening County President Will Connell is still receiving much praise for hisr manly stand following the election Miss Fanny Kennedy Mss Mar Corcoran and Miss Lilly Callahan did some active wire pulling in the auxiliary convention Charles J Flnegan Division 1s popular Treasurer was busy glad handing all of the State delegates male and female J D J Dougherty of Division 3 Is one of the quiet conservative delegates who make many friends at any Hibernian session or gathering ij Although not an active partlci pant exState President George J Butler was easily one of the most popular figures in the convention i Thomas J Langan in seconding Will Connellys nomination for the i State Presidency paid many a nice tribute to his brother member of i Division 4 II Vice President Thomas Lynch oi Division 4 devoted all of his spare time in keeping Mike McDenmqtt from a continual play of the restaur ants the Cincinnati air sharpening the Councilmans appetite j 1Walter J Cuslcki Division 1s popular Secretary entertained with- a box party at the CincinnatiSt I Louis doubleheader Sunday afternoon with the following as his guests Matt OBrien Denny Crow- leyi William Silk John J Barry and John J Hession Jr FATHER FITZGERALD AWAY f I The Rev J J Fitzgerald pastor of fit Leos church at Highland Park left last Sunday for New York and the East where he wilt spend two weeks Father Fitzgerald has been an untiring worker and his congregation and friends are pleased to know that ho is enjoying a needed and deserved rest RETURNS FROM ABROAD A A Barrlckman the well known L and N engineer has Just reunited from U trip abroad having I made a stay at Carlsbad Springs and Paris betorethewawas at its height and hasJRany1Iitereetln- gthlngstotell of the sights and tHen in Europe Q MEXICO In State of Anarchy Asserts a Well Known Pnsslonlfit Father Recognition of Gnrrnnza by United States Would Bo GrcviqtiB Mistake Deplores Fact That American Catholics Fall to Protest RELIGIOUS LIBERTY IS DENIED The continual streams of false In formation placed before the Amer- Ican public by the press of the coun try is no doubt responsible for the wrong ideas prevailing in the minds of our people concerning the situa tion in Mexico The Constitutionalists have been lauded as patriots and their victims branded as reactionaries The atrocities the tyranny and outrages of the former have been passed over in silence by our newspapers while column after column of literature grossly disparaging to Huerta and his party have been published through the land broadcast Only yesterday a local daily Ignorantly affirmed that Mex- Ico was enjoying peace and entering on an era of great prosperity What the real conditions In Mexico are and what tryanny persecution and misery are crushing the population as a result of the triumph of the Constitutionalists will appear from a letter Just received from a Rev Passionist Father formerly of Sa cred Heart Retreat Louisville who spent twentyfive years in Mexico and who now Is In Havana with a large number of clergy driven by Carranza out of Mexico The brother to whom the Iletter is addressed also spent twenty years In Mexico and knows the people thoroughly The letter is dated- Havana SCpt101914Brother I write you these few lines to convey some very sad and painful news concerning our fathers and brethren In Mexico Since the beginning of August I wrote several letters to them and to other friends In Toluca wishing to learn something of their situation But I received no answer Hundreds of priests brothers and sisters who escaped almost by miracle are now here in Havana They could give us no information regarding our brethren But as they told one horrible story after an other of the barbarities suffered by priests and sisters who fell into tho hands of the Carranzistas we wereI very much alarmed concerning the fate of our fathers That our alarms were well grounded I learn from a letter just received from Toluca where you lived so many years This letter tells how the rebels entered Toluca the capital of the State of Mexico and like demons turned loose rushed through the homes of the citizens pillaging robbing and outraging defenseless people The next day they seized five pastors of the different churches and marched them before a troop of soldiers to Yucatan the Mexican Siberia To luca yesterday a prosperous city of 25000 today looks like a city ot the dead The gloom of Good Fri day is heavy on Itf All churches are closed no masses celebrated no bells rung no sacraments administered panic and terror reigning ev erywhere the poor people trembling for their lives All your former friends and all the prominent people are locked In vermininfested jails to be held in loathsome misery until they pay 500000 ransom Your friends the B family are not mentioned among the imprisoned Perhaps they paid the ransom or escaped These cruel bandits are actually the occupants and owners of all our religious institutions And as they have otter In other places clothed themselves In the sacred vestments and strutted In mockery desecrated chalices and scattered the sacred hosts The fathers of St Cruz church hid them selves somewhere but unfortunate ly the rebels caught one of the brothers as he leaped from the azotea and charging him with being a lad ron robber they shot him Our fathers also went and secreted them selves in different homes The rec tor Father B and another priest and four students were hidden in the house of Don D A Protestant proselytizer Informed on them and the rebels came and seized them and they are in Jail ever since The Spanish Consul Is working to get them released Of the other fifteen brethren only God knows what has befallen them Let us pray hard for them Our chapter is fixed for December But this Mexican revolution has so upset everything that I know not where it will be held My conviction is that as long as the present government and these dev- IlIsh men rule in Mexico wo have no hope of returning to our convent They have determined to destroy radically every vestige of religious life In fact it seems they aim to abolish the Cahtollc church entirely Pancho Villa began the infernal work In Monterey Torreon and Sal tillo where he wrecked the altars and stautes burned the confessionals and stole everything The priests he imprisoned and after torturing them to get money he put them into dirty cattle cars and shipped them out of the country This is the same spirit by which Carranza and all his satellites are actuated Vii las motto of War on religion and on the clergy the enemies of Mex- Ico Carranza repeated in his first speech when he took possession of tho government On this principle he lis working go two priests refugees from Mexico are here to stop the Archbishop of Mexico City who just arrived from Rome 1iothjt he may not return to Mexico for his name is on the list of those con demned to death by Carranza So you see what Is to become of all our buildings cad hard labors for the last 35 years Fathers Mariano I and Benedict were fortunate enough to leave Mexico for Corpus Christi Tex just three days before the rebels entered Mexico City I am too old to preach missions as they are doing being in my 74th year Still my health is good Regards to all the brethren Pray for me Yours sincerely Father N C P The above letter is only one of thousands which narrate the course of rapine murder and sacrellgious vandalism pursued by Carranza and his henchman through Mexico The whole shocking history will one day be written and a huge volumne of deeds of savagery deviltry and un i mentionable lust will be the result And think of the position before the I world that this will put us as a na tion Already our Mexican policy iis the joke of Europe During a trip l through France Germany England and Italy this summer I found the press everywhere scoring more or less strongly our action toward our southern neighbors It was hypoc rlcy Inconsistency and the grabbing of these neighbors wealth that con stituted their main charges against us We were willing to join hands with a horde of atrocious and brutal bandits In order to overthrow Huer ta And still Huerta took nearly tho whole of Mexico in two days How could he do this Only because ho had the immense majority of good Mexicans at his back including thousands of Americans whom he treated with courtesy I know this to be true for I have been on the spot and got the knowledge firsthand I was in Neuvo Laredo a few months ago while the town was held by Huertas troops I was also in Matamoros held by Gen Blanco rebel The contrast was most striking Matamoros was dead All the inhabitants had fled across into Brownsville Tex in terror of the armed bandits whom Gen Blanco himself called his dlablltos orlgirlfew very old creatures who had neither money nor beauty to provoke the greedy passions of the dlablltos One woman who dared to remain was forced to see her daughter outraged before her eyes She protested to Blanco who for a bluff had two Federals shot whom the mother declared were not the guilty ones In Neuvo Laredo on the contrary tho whole town had a festive appearance The soldiers did not look licentious but had an air of loyalty and duty They spoke to men In a friendly manner and gave mo some battered bullets as souvenirs Women and girls walked the streets in holiday attire as safe as in their fathers homes In La redo on our side of the river scores of high class Mexicans hunted by rebels from their homes attended a mission that I gave In February I saw them weeping as they recounted the ruin of their homes and the loss of all their goods And this is the class of people whom our Government has been opposing and has finally succeeded in driving iron power In order to overthrow Huer ta our press represented him as a drunkard and a tyrant Our Gov ernment convicted him without proof of the murder of Madero whereas the rebels themselves charged Felix Dias and his guard with said murder We refused a courteous offer of Huerta to let our reporters go to his camp and get their own version of the situation Twice in Mexico since the inaugura tion of our watching and waiting policy I saw that It was only pro longing the agony of a bleeding na tion Many Mexicans told me that had we recognized the de facto gov ernment peace would have been re stored and the land gradually die tributed among the people I saw also that there was more doing han waiting and watching Those who have followed the course of events as set forth even by our prejudiced papers will know what I mean Right or wrong Huerta must be driven out The truth is Huerta had been blackballed by secret so cieties I have It from one of the fathers reported missing in the above letter that a delegation waited on Gen Huerta just after Ills as Burning the Presidency and offnretl him the highest degree rank in their society He spurned the offer and drawing out to crucifix which he car ried in his bosom said this is good enough decoration for me From that moment his downfall was de creed And what have our 17000 000 Catholics been doing during all this Scarcely anything The great majority of our Catholic votes went for Mr Bryan In his three cam paigns Mr Wilson is In power largely by an enormuos Catholic vote cast for him and Catholics seem still loyal to him Our Cath olic soldier boys gave their blood and their lives at Vera Cruz And all this patronage has been used in order to overthrow the murderer Huerta and put the Mexican govern ment into the hands of a group of multimurderers hands which are gory with the best blood of Mexico and befouled with deeds of unnamed lust These are the patriots and heroes of our daily papers men who are deadly enemies of God and religion and the paid proselytizersi from our country who are betraying priests into their hands And now Just when Christianity and liberty would call for Intervention we are withdrawing our forces from Vera Cruz and abandoning the poor Christians of Mexico to the cruelty and tyranny of the Carranzistas If our 17000000 Catholics look on these things without organized pretest they are not worth their salt Would our nonCatholic brethren remain silent and passive if but a fractional part of these outrages were committed against their fellow religionists in any part of the world 1 A handful of TJIstermen filled the world with their threats and defiances at even the prospect of being ruled by a Parliament com posed mostly of Catholics who prom ised them the fairest treatment The whole world was set aflame with the yells of anarchists when Ferrer was executed in Spain after a regular trial and yet we sit silent when our iBIshopo and priests and Sisters and laity life ruthlessly dis possessed of their homes and unspeakIWea horde of barbarians and by Car ranza Our Government may be on the very eve of recognizing them as the lawful rulers of Mexico Telt not time that our 17000000 Catholics should rielna united and vigorous proteet that will compel t1 I CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Loulsvlle Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic Ju1 01 111 0111 JuZ II J+ioJJu1 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2399 J the administration to take notice and use its power to put an end to these horrors and secure for our poor downtrodden fellow religionists at least a measure of justice and freedom of worship- I have plenty more facts about Mexico that must stir the blood of every fairminded citizennot to say Catholic and if deemed advis able may give these to the public later later Fr Isadore C P- Late KNMTSt OP CULIIBIIS News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Tomorrow tho third degree will be exemplified for a large class at San Jose Cal The restoration of the Mission Carmelo will cost the California Knights 7500 A degree team from New York City conferred the third degree on large classes in Ithlca and Bingham tonSt Francis College at Antigonish N S will be provided with three new professors by the Knights of SydneyAt meeting of the San Fran cisco council Tuesday night Mrs Laura Bride Powers lectured on the old California missions The Knights of Halifax N S have founded a 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styles to select from Just think o- fitany old hat whether It be beaver felt or velour we make them into a new hat Our name location tonguejustFalls City Straw Works 713 W Jefferson North Side SEWING CIRCLE ELECTS Officers have been elected by the Ladles Sewing Circle of St Ed wards Hospital New Albany as fol lows President Mrs W F Atz VIce President Mrs John Gohmann GeorgeKeller ALONG IN YEARS Friday of last week was the birth day of Archbishop John Ireland and the Right Rev Thomas Shahan when the former became seventyslx tittysevenRoth versal that they may live many more yenrp l 1 REMARKABLE Daily Record of Bishop Eng lands Visitations to Southern Diocese Was Pastor in Ireland When Raised to Episcopal Dignity Was Consecrated St Finbarrs Church in the City of Cork MOTHER CATHERINE HIS SISTER I By James A Rooney LL D Having treated of the early his tory of the diocese of Charleston S C In a previous article the ninety fourth anniversary of the consecra tion of its first Bishop the Right Rev John England suggests a few extracts from a remarkable diary in which he jotted down daily happen ings in his arduous life as a mis sionary Bishop beginning in 1820 on receipt of the news of his ap pointment as Bishop of Charleston He was thirtyfour years of age at that time having been born in Cork September 23 1786 He was or dained before reaching the canonical age in his native city October 11 1808 and was parish priest at Bandon in the diocese of Cork when notified of his proposed elevation to the episcopal dignity It was then he made the first entry in the diary which he kept for many years and which he bequeathed to the North Presentation Convent Cork where for fifty years his sister known in religion as Mother Catherine was the Superioress The dairy begins with this entry July 10 1820Today Monday I received in Bandon a letter from the Rev Henry Hughes dated June 17 1820 at Rome informing me that I hall been appointed Bishop of Charleston in South Carolina and requesting of me to accept of this appointmentSeptember 21I received the grace of episcopal consecration in the Catholic church of St Finbarrs in the city of Cork from the Right Rev Dr Murphy Bishop of the diocese assisted by the Right Rev Dr Maram Bishop of Ossory and by Dr Kelly first Bishop of Rich mond Virginia whoso appoInt- ment was subsequent to mine but whose consecration took place at Kilkenny on August 24 October l1Thls day Is the anniversary twelve years of my ordina tion I parted with my family to go whither I thought God has called but whither I had no other desire to goDecember 30Arrived in Charles ton after a very tedious and unpleas ant passage saw the Rev Benedict Fenwick Vicar General of the Archbishop of Baltimore renewed his faculties as Vicar General of my dioceseDecember 31Delng Sunday I bad the happiness of celebrating mass took possession of the church had my bulls published and preachedJanuary 161821Went on board the sloop Delight and sailed for Savannah no priest there since previous October January 21Heard confessions celebrated holy mass administered holy communion to twentyseven persons confirmed fifteen preached to a large congregation principal lawyers of city present church crowded and surrounded Invited to preach in Episcopal church at Savannah but declined January 23 Administered con firmation to John McCormick and fortyeight others in Augusta January 27 Arrived at Locust Grove at nightfall This was the first congregation in Georgia founded in 1794 by the settlement of Mrs Thompsons family and a few others from Maryland d found several negroes here Intelligent and well instructed Preached in the open air first time to about 400 personsFebruary 7I met three Chero kee Indians at Warrenton who could speak a little English gave them their breakfast and told them I would visit their nation March 15 Tonight preached in the Court House to large congrega tion mostly Protestants found 250 Irish laborers working on the canal appointed Peter Maguire and John Heffernan to collect for a church April 26 Established the Book Society at Charleston and General throughouttheApril 28 Baptized several con promInence May 12 Baptized George Wash ington aged three years son of Pat rick Murphy and Rebecca Lear at WilmingtonMay Celebrated mass In my lodging at Wilmington met the Catholics after breakfast about twenty exhorted them to assemble on Sundays for prayer preached in the Presbyterian church on Invita tion of the pastor raised 1160 for a churchMay At the request of some Protestant gentleman preached twice at 330 and 7 oclock to full Congregations Left there In the evening May 22Found John Doyle the SouthWashlngtonMay 30 Baptized two men of color converts at Newbern found about twenty Catholics here principally females June 12Preached In the Court House at North Washington in the evening and celebrated mass in the morning June 18Found two Catholics at Plymouth Finding an anxiety to hear me I preached in the academy the only public building morning and eventagfor three days estab lished booksoolety June 26 1822 StoUbllahed the United States Catholic HlcMllaiy to Vindicate the faith andrefnte4 Lit SOCIETY DIRECTORY e A O 11- 3DIVISION 1 Second and Fourth Thursday Lieder kranz Hall Sixth and Walnut PresIdentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDermott Recording Secretary Walter CusickFinancial Secretary Joseph Far rell I SrIMeets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresIdentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T Keaney ITreasurerJames Welsh J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland PresidentJohn 3l Maloney Vice PresIdentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial Secretary John J Hes slon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J KallaherSentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 MopdaysBertrand President John H Hennessy Vice PresIdentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rollSentinelM J McDermott Y 11df I MACKIN 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 SentinelWilliam Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive CommItteeF G Ad ams George SimonIs Prank Geiler W A Link Chas Schuler calumniesDecember 28Preached in the House of Representatives Columbia at the request of the State Legisla tureApril 24 1823Stopped by Invi tation at Camden with Mr Salmond a Presbyterian preached in the evening in the Presbyterian church and baptized three children April 29Preached at the State House at Fayette in the evening to a very large and attentive audience AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic History of America By James A Rooney LL D September 20 1900Death at New ark N J in his sixtyninth year of William Jewett Tenney con vert author editor his second wife was Sarah M daughter of Orestes H Brownson herself a novelist and author of Life of Father Gallitzin September 22 1857 Diocese of Fort Wayne Ind created with the Right Rev John Henry Luers as first Bishop consecrated January 10 1858 born in Germany September 29 1819 or dained at Cincinnati November 11 1846 died from an apopletic stroke Juno 29 1871 September 23 1820Thomas KIrby Smith born at Boston convert and noted Union General in the civil war Army of the Tennessee married Elizabeth Budd of Cin cinnati May 28 1848 a gifted and devout woman through whom he was brought to the faith September 24 1886Death of the Right Rev Jeremiah F Shanna han first Bishop of Harrisburg Pa born at Silver Lake Pa July 13 1834 ordained July 3 1859 consecrated July 12 1868 September 25 1868Death of the Right Rev George Aloysius Car relli SJ first Bishop of Coving ton Ky born in Philadelphia June 13 1803 ordained Decem ber 20 1827 consecrated Novem ber 1 1853 at Cincinnati September 26 1832 Death of the Right Rov Edward D Fenwick first Bishop of Cincinnati and Ad ministratorApostolic of Michi gan born in St Marys county Md in 1768 Joined the Domini cans at Bornhelm Holland and ordained there in 1791 consecrated in St Roses church Ken tucky January 13 1822 FATHER SIGOVJBRX Rev T S McGovern O P who hits been Prior at St Louis Ber trands for the past three years has again been appointed pastor of St Patricks church at Columbus Ohio He succeeds Rev J P Aldridge who was transferred to St Marys church New Haven Conn This is Father McGoverns second term as pastor there and his appointment was a popular one REPORT WAS FALSE There was no truth In the reports circulated Sunday that Cardinal Farley was 111 in Naples The Oar dinal lad been visiting Sarrentoi I sailedIMonday for the States as he had previoualp planned n t DEffERED Operation of the Home Rule and Welsh anti Disestablishment BlllB Premier Asquith Denies Viola tion of Promises Made Be fore tiib War Redmond Hopes For New Spirit to Make Real Settlement Possible LORDS ADJOURN BILLS READING After the IIformalCommonsTuesday byPremIeroperation of the Irish home rule and the Welsh disestablishment bills motionrorrule bill was adjourned on a vote of 93 to 29 Introducing his bill Premier As qulth strongly repudiated the asser tion that the Government had violated any of its assurances not to legislation of the bills until after the termina tion of the war he said would have had a deplorable effect on the Irish race all over the world and on Irish recruiting The Premier promised that before the home rule bill came into operation the Government would Introduce an entirely new amending billAndrew Bonar Law the opposition leader during whose speech the Liberals left the chamber entered his protest against the bill intro duced by Mr Asquith Sonar Law charged the Government with trad Ing upon the loyalty of the Union ists to their country and said that John Redmond never had made a greater mistake than he had in in sisting upon this victory At the close of Laws speech all the Union- Ists left the House the opposition leader declaring they would allow the Government to do what it liked with the suspensory bill John E Redmond the Irish Na tionalist leader In the House of Commons replied to Bonar Law in a speech supporting the bill The Irish leader expresesd the hope that in the Intervening period when the Ulsterltes and Nationalists were fighting shoulder to shoulder a new spirit would arise all over Ireland making a real settlement possible The Welsh and Labor leaders having expressed their satisfaction with the bill it passed through all the stages with cheers from the Na tionalists and the Ministerialists In theHouse of Lords during a debate on the Marquis of Crewes motion for a second reading of the home rule bill adjournment was takenThis action is looked upon as giving assurance that Ireland will soon have its cwn Parliament and that none of Ulster will be excluded from Government control Many are of opinion that the delay will give the Irish people and party ample opportunity to prepare for the great task before them JEOPARDIZED The Crusade of Rescue one of the leading Catholic organizations of England is seriously Jeopardized by the war The work is the care of boys and girls whose faith is in peril either through risk of their being taken into nonCatholic homes or by danger of their being entered in work houses as nonCatholics CATHEDRAL NEAR COMPLETION The new Cathedral of St Louis one of the greatest and most costly Catholic edifices ever erected in America will be opened October 18 next if plans formulated by Arch bishop Glennon are realized After the initial mass the great Cathedral it is planned will be used regularly though it will not be dedicated until it is completed about a year hence COMMANDER A CATHOLIC Commander John Knapp TL S N Commander of the United States flagship Connecticut Is a Catholic and an alumnus of the St Louis Uni versity Capt Knapps sister Sister Mary Coletta Is a nun In St Mich aels school at Erie Pa LIGHT AT NIGHT The two crosses on top of the towers of the new St Ignatius church in San Francisco and that on old St Marys In the same city are illuminated at night and far out on the ocean around the bay can the sign of salvation be seen blazoned against the night sky PRIESTS ARE NEEDED In the United States there Is only one priest for about every 900 Catholics POLISH FOR BRASS To polish brass fixtures etc wash with a solution of hot vinegar and common salt Wash this off with hot water and polish with a flannel FOR WOMANS EYE predominate Silk jackets and short loose coats are much In evidence Frocks of net arranged in plaits of ruffles are popular Tartan plaids will be among the leading materials this fall In tailored costumes there is a eoatZaahloa gown shall have shoes to harmonized 1 FRANK FEHR BREWING CO LIU POnATED Brewers and Bottlers J i LOUISVILLE KY PALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street i Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ord fa Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb Wilt C9 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light a Cumb Phone West 191110mePhone 1913 TIlE t WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED e BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strengthexceleotCats GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING f COJIPHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY t A BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA kt i WHISKY I S IT IS ALWAYS PUREj H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky 4 THE 100 BOX DELUXE our Saturday Special is the most remarkable Flower value obtainable Other BOXES DE LUXE at 200 and 300 Coupons with every par chase Place Yonr Orders 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r DOUGLAS PARK JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN MEETING OF EIGHT DAYS Beginning Friday September 25 and Ending Saturday October 3 STAKE DATES Douglas Park Inaugural 2000 added mile and a sixteenth Friday September 25 Beechmont Stakes Selling 1500 abided five and onehalf furlongs Saturday September 26 x The Louisville Cup 2500 added two miles Saturday October 3 First Race at 215 P M Admission 150 and 100 Reduced Railroad Rates HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doini the Pat WeekOeneral- NewsNotes The date of the county conventlo will be announced next week Covington did itself proud in the entertainment of the delegates and visitorsSixty delegates attended thO county convention at Utica N Y last week Another division of the Ladles Auxiliary has been organized tIn Springfield Mass- Pennsylvania has now 37001 members an Increase of 5000 dur tag thd past two years Division 3 will meet Monday night and hear reports from the delegates to the State convention Next week a full report of the Ladles Auxiliary convention will be printed fn these columns Mobile Hibernians are elated over flio election of John Hughes to the Alabama State Presidency The Nebraska State convention postponed for a week will open September 20 in South Omaha Miss Ella Downey was a prominen figure in the sessions of the Ladles Auxiliary at their State convention During the Indiana State conven Lion at Gary 125 new members were Initiated into the Ladles Auxiliary John Hellon was very much in evidence on the floor during thii closing hours of the State conven tlonFather Thomas P Cassldy of Mobile Is now Alabama State Chap lain This means much for the order The prediction is made that Ala bama will lead the Southern States in membership before the next na tional convention The Hibernian float in the Star Spangled Banner parade at Baltl more was drawn by eight white horses decorated with green Division 1 will hold their first meeting In Llederkranz Hall next Thursday evening and hear reports from their delegates to the State canventlanII John A Hughes of Mobile who has many friends among Louisville Hibernians was elected State President at the Alabama State conven Hon held In Montgomery Denny Crowley and Will Silk of Division 3 were alternates to the State convention but found plent of time to uphold Louisvilles reputa Lion at the social festivities The float of the Baltimore Hiber nians represented the Irish who fought for the American flag In cluding Commodore Barry Mont gomery Meagher and others Hibernians throughout the coup try express the hope that Hon Timothy Hogan nominated for United States Senator from Ohio will have a great victory in November Division 1 of Niagara Falls cele brated its twentyfifth anniversary Monday night with a great meeting for all Interested In Hlbernlanlsm Music was furnished by St Marys Hibernian band and an Irish or chestra Rev Arthur Madden Was the principal speakerIThe Indiana Ladles Auxiliary at their State convention presented Mrs P H McNellis of Indianapolis with a pair of handsome brass candlesticks as a token of their regard for her Mrs McNellis was mother of the auxiliary in Marlon county and served four years as head of the Irish history committee CHAMPIONSHIP GAME The championship of the National Federation of Amateur Baseball Clubs will be settled tomorrow afternoon at Eclipse Park when the Champions of the Twin City League will meet the winner of the last game of the elimination series which takes place in Chicago this after noon The result here last Saturday for the city amateur championship surprised many of the baseball critics when the St Peter Evangelical Church team champions of the Protestant Church League were defeated by the StrasselGans club which won championship honors in the Saturday Afternoon League the latter club of which Harry E Lally Is manager defeating St Peters team by a score of 12 to 0 The winners then took on the Champions which Is the St Charles team of the Catholic Baseball League and Man ager Henry Colemans threetime pennant winners put it over the LaTly Aggregation In a close fought game by a score of 4 to 3 the features of he game being the pitching of Brownfleld for the Champs and the fielding of Deeken for thp Strassel 3ahs This victory makes the St Charles team champions of this part if the country In amateur baseball md they will have a loyal band of ootors and followers on hand to sorrow afternoon to help them an lex the national amateur champion snip FESTIVAL AND BAZAR The congregation of St Williams lurch have completed all arrange atnts for the festival and bazar to be given on the church grounds IIhlrtjwntk and Qkst ta next Monday afternoon and evpnlap and the JtdlN la charge of the dining T hii 71Churchprostrationweak that I trembled ell over my knees Rare way first and then was unable to KoenlgeNerveagain and walk all day without dUn eultr The Tonlo was a Godaend for me I speak of Its wonderful effect quite otter B F Pitchford Mrs Paul Fuchs of tlnlontown Wash Was often afflicted with unconsciousness which disappeared after using Pastor Koenlera Norvo Tonic VltualDanceabout alx months but since she took Pastor Koenlga Nerve Tonic It Improved BO much as she did not when the doc tor treated her FREEA Valuable Book on Ner Dlaeaaoo md a Simple to sny addrot Poor pc alto Set the medicine free Prepared by Rev FATHER KOENIO ti Fort Wayne lad sine 1676and now by tbe KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 62 W Lake Street near Dearborn th Id by Druggists at SI per bottle 6 tat 55 Lars Size 175 6 Bottle for 9 COMING EVENTS Sunday September 20 Excurslo to Huntlngburg Jasper and For I dlnand over Southern railway September 21 Afternoon and night festival and bazar for benefi of St Williams church on parish grounds Thirteenth and Oak September 22Euchre and lotto at Bertrand Hall for benefit of St Louis Bertrand church September 23Euchre and lotto for benefit of St Pauls church in school hall- Sattfrday September 26Ex cursion to Evansville Hodgenvllle Tell City Troy Cennelton Roc part Huntingburg Lincoln City and Jas per returning Sunday night September 30 October 12Bazar for benefit of Sts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital at Llederkranz Hall October 15Euchre and lotto for benefit of St Brlglds church in parish hall- October 15 16 17Bazar in St Columbas new school hall for bene fit of building fun- doOctaijr3031illazar under aus pices of Young Ladle L Sodallty of St Patricks church In School hall + 1459 room have prepared to serve an ole gant chicken supper every member of the parish donating a chicken to the committee There will also be euchre and lotto in connection and many handsome prizes have been se cured for the games John T Keaney Joseph Lynch C J Ford Dan OKeefe P J Listen and M J OHearn have the festival in charge RECEXT DEARTHS Mr and Mrs Kaaper Kleber 2138 Frankfort avenue are mourning the death of their eightyearold son John Kleber who died of typhoid fever Besides his parents several brothers and sisters survive him The funeral services were held yes terday morning from St Frances of Rome church Rev Father White celebrating the high mass of re quiem Miss Mattle Theresa Mussler daughter ofhMr and Mrs Martin Musslerif211 East Broadway was called tp her eternal reward on Friday night of last week leaving to mourn her loss a wide circle of friends who will miss her compan ionship Miss MuEsler was twenty six years old and a young woman of true Christian character Besides her parents three sisters and three brothers survive her The funeral was held Monday morning from St Martins church Though seventythree years of age yet because of her wonderful vitality of mind and body the pass Ing away of Mrs Margaret Pfafflnger Is mourned by relatives and friends as might be one not half her ripe years This fine old Catholic lady died at the home of her daughter Mrs Charles B Rademaker 1332 South Floydstreet and her funeral look place Monday morning from St Philip Ner1 sFather Ackermann celebrating the rtqulem high mass Mrs Pf Ulngerls survived by hree daughters Mrs Mary Schwarz Mrs Louise Fourgerousso and Mrs Rademaker two sons William Land Albert 0 Pfaffinger fifteen grandchlldrea and two great grand children f Sincere sympathy Is extendbd to orporal John A Sullivan of the Thlrcl district whose beloved wife Catherine Sullivan died Friday morning at her home 3310 West larket street following a long 11- 1nassot nervous prostration Her loath brought deep sorrow to reia ivea and friends for whom It was ways a pleApure for her to do good Jyer ready to assist her neighbor in Sulllvaa did not wait to be told of destitution or misfortune she ever failed to relieve those who uttered as best she could Besides ter husband sshe leaves a daughter Miss Elizabeth Sullivan arid three stern The funeral mass was cele rated Monday morning at St lolumbas church by the Rev Father alaher whoiln the senmpn spoke I rtth adnrtratlflh of the good Catholic i re justolaridV o- I f e I IRELAND Record of the Most Important the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges John C Dowdall was elects Petty Sessions Clerk of Newry and Warrenpolnt at Trevor Hill Court houseAt a meeting held recently in Bal tlnglass J T Donovan was chosen to represent West Wlcklow In Parliament At a meeting hold In Carraroo Cor establishing a volunteer corps all the speeches were delivered In the vernacular The Dundalk linen mill was par tlally closed down owing to scarcity of flax of which Russia Is a large source of supply Tho death at the ago of ninety five of Charles Mageo Bellis is much regretted It was expected that he would round out the century mark While returning from New Rosi Martin Doherty a welltodo farmer had his car upset He was pinned beneath It and received fatal in JuriesGreat regret is expressed In Tul amore at the death of Wllliaa Adams For almost fifty years deceased was a member of the Board of Guardlans The death of Patrick Naglo who took a prominent part in tin Fenian movement is reported trot I HmallackHe was seventysb years of age The death has occurred of John Hanly County Galway who far half a century had been connected with the Athlone and Tuam Board of GuardiansThe of emigrants who letIreland from January to July Inclu live was 14117 which was G4G3 less than the emigrants In the con responding period of 1913 Rev Mother Mary Columba Egan has just celebrated her golden Jubi lee at the Convent of Mercy Trim Special mass was celebrated and the Holy Father sent his blessing- J B Manning retired commission agent Belmullett left personal estate valued at 50000 Ho loft 500 to the Catholic church Glen castle and 500 for masses Miss T C Conlan daughter of J Conlan Gotham CaTlow has won a 250 scholarship offered by Kil dare County Council tenable for three years at the National Unl verity The death is announced of D C Hogg M P Derry City About a year and a half ago he was elected DerryCityfiftytwo Miss Florrie Ryan Dublin In the competitions in national music at the civic exhibition was awarded first prize for solo singing in Irish unaccompanied and also first for Irish contralto singing CountyCouncilChairman was unanimously elected Chairman and M McArdle was co opted a member of the council in room of the late Mr Hughes While officiating at mass the resi dence of Canon McGlone Roslea County Fermanagh was forcibly en tered It is stated that a box con taming 600 and also a cash box containing a small amount were stolenThe Sisterlityears an esteemed member of the Presentation Convent Cashell She was a sister of the late Very Rev ofCashelThere were nine of the members of the Now Ross District Council who were elected at the recent tri signtheofofficea recent meeting A mysterious airship has been ofCountyCurraghCampthestrengtheningpallceforcenightpatrolsCurraghCamp CLOSE FINISH Calumbus camlnghomeseason playing four games with In dianapolis beginning Monday and then four with Cleveland ending SundaySeptemberpresent situation the finish between he Colonels and Milwaukee will be the most exciting In years and will bathe closest race in the country at ho finish the Louisville team pray- Ing just a little better ball than the Brewers but the latter had a big advantage by having the St Paul lam Ipr part df their closing oppo Itlqn The Times critic Is throw Inga few verbal bouquets for his elections at the beginning of the season having picked Louisville Milwaukee and Minneapolis for the intenders and states that proves to be the beat of the eight critics throughout the circuit This office went him one better by picking Mll wrankee Louisville and Indianapolis In the issue of April 25 which Is the best selection of the eight above men tlbned critics 1 1111111t II U tllllllIll IIiiIt 1111111111111 111t HERMAN STRAUS e SONS g FOURTH AYCNUt wCOaPLtvNCO MARKET smer i DONT MISS GREAT MILL i I E E 1 Jy r BALEF Greatest bargains ever offered will be found in every department Hour Sales and All Day Sales will make the Lockhart Sale hum from morning till night until the close next Saturday We 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