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WE DO- PRINTINGJ FIRST CUSS WORK Give Thfe Office Your Next Order 14 3 1914 Junior Order Perturbed Fraternal Day Fizzle Sore on the Mayor Chief of Pollee and This in Scores Its Brother Members For Hiding Behind Poles MAD AND The local Junior Order of United American Mechanics are etlll real peeved over the Fraterncl day fizzle and are still busy holding indignation meetings passing resolutions etc everyone that failed to march or ake part In the celebration at the Armory They are so mad at the Kentucky Irish American for the expose of their little scheme to get a lot of free advertising out of a supposed fraternal day celebration that in every other line of their Banner Builder and Louisville Council Booster they vent their spleen on the editors of thin paper but at the same time pay a handsome compli ment to Its power and Influence When It is taken into that tho Kentucky Irish American was the only paper In this section which opposed the Fraternal day celebration and that opposition was due to the fact that It was planned to hold It under Junior Order aus pices and with Junior motives con trolling The following Is an ex tract from their bulletin relating to the parade The Juniors showed up well but could hove done better HOWEVER WE ARE NOT GOING TO CHIDE OUR BROTHERS WHO HID BEHIND POLES AND LOOKED ON FOR FEAR OF BEING SEEN IN 1UBLIO WITH THEIR UNITED BROTHERS A guilty conscience needs no ac cusers and next year courage will take place of moral cowardice and a of Juniors will parade tho streets of Louisville that will make our patriotic friends of the Emerald Isle who have thrown so many buckets of cold water on this 4 tfrrt attempt to grasp fraternal hands regardless of political sit up and take notices Notice the above referring to the weakkneed brothers who hid behind telephone poles which to an outsider looks as if some of the Juniors were a little ashamed of their or the grand patriotic order as they usually style It but the public at largo would hardly expect the countrys eelfnp pointed defenders to hide behind telephone poles which seems to be a habit especially If we were at war The writer even singles out ono Junior and says Stogie Rich Griffith was seen hiding behind a telegraph pole on Fraternal day Shamo oh you Richard Then re ferring to the drill teams part he grows flowery as follows Tho drill team came In sturdy profile looking manly and determined that gave credit to their respective councils Then our boys in special white emblematic or purity that put the lie to tho dark lantern charge by buC misguided citizens who are longon gab but short on the essential gray matter their small ego compels them to make noise to attract atten tion that they really exist Then came the rank and tile the bulwark of modern society the members in citizens clothes afoot autos and that last little bouquet about the bulwark of society which is humorous when as was called attention to in these columns not a dozen In line being known to anyone along the line of march and even the name of the writer does not appear In this years directory But for real pique look at this slam at Mayor Attorney W W Davies Judge R W BIngham and Chief of Police Llndoey The Honorable Mayor W AV Davies and Robt W Bingham failed to show up Perhaps they may ex plain some time in the future for thIs slap at fraternity when seeking a place in somo political gift of 20000 fraternal brothers The Chief of Police did not honor this occasion with his presence on a pre text of too ranch work at the State Fair However other parades have been held and no business was too urgent to find our police force in lino We did not need them how ever for tho orders are well dis1 clplined and can take care of themselves I but we extended the courtesy to Indicate our high of our public servants Their of our public servants Is pretty good when every one realizes how the Juniors were busy at the last municipal election trying to get rid of these same pub- lIc servants and their threat of not supporting Mayor and the other gentlemen Is pretty weak as they did their durndst to beat and they will not support the other gentlemen mentioned unless subscribing to their principles of Here Is another little tribute to the Kentucky Irish American which lee Ja pleasure In reprinting and wIsh to Gall attention to the fact that Ute prominent ram referred to- art limited the only she mentioned iJ 1 10 a A l N y t i Jir6I i tJ4i 1t j c iI f i 1 s I L i 1 KENTUCKY IRish AMERICAN XXXIIINO LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER PRICE FiVE CENTS PVDT- hcOvertKcccnt Publication Particular Telegraph AUB1NGHAM DAVIES condemning condderatlon WEAKKNEED TELEPHONE demonstration Idiosyncrasies membership wellmeaning hacksNotice Buschemeyer appreciation appreciation Buschomeyer BuBchemeyer proscription nI VOLUME In the official organ of this society being Col P H Callahan to whom I this paper paid Its respects last weekOwing to vicious attacks I been made on the J O U A 1havingII Manner nome in particular certain publication in this city that huts aroused the indignation of not only tho Juniors but other orders belonging to the Fraternal Associa Lion steps have been taken to cor rect such savage attacks upon a movement Intended to boost fra ternal work Letters have been re ceived from men of prominence repudiating any connection with tilts palter claiming to represent certain religious ideas The J 0 U A M is in the field to stay and Banner Council hns nothing to say in private that It will not back up in public Jas 1cndragon This Is pretty bacsy talk of tho Juniors but in reply It can be stated that whenever a movement Is started with the purpose and intent of ostracizing Catholics an in the recent Fraternal day plans the Kentucky Irish American will again be to the front in denouncing the I perpetrators and If the recent affair was a Fraternal day for all societies I WHY WERE THE CATHOLIC FRA I TERNAL ORDERS IGNORED Then again if all were to meet on an equal footing why were the pre liminary meetings called In tnd home of an organization whose members have as much use for members of the Catholic religion as the devil has for holy water the principal leaders of which have carried their antipathy in politics business and everywhere else Pretty near the same condition of affairs existed InI the recent Covlngton celebration j I the Junior Order attempting to monopolize the parade feature and hog all the glory which caused such a protest from other Covington societies that when matters were adjusted I I satisfactorily the Juniors be came indignant taking their doll rags home and refusing to participate j As stated before If there Is I to be a fraternal celebration In I Louisville next year let it be for all societies regardless of creed and any attempt to the contrary will be met by hearty opposition In these columns which as the Juniors con cede compelled some of their mem bers to hide behind telegraph poles this year INTO NEW HOME I Members and visitors who attend ed the meeting of Division 1 A 0 IL on Thursday night of last week the first held In their new home In the Llederkranz building Sixth aud Walnut were pleased with the hall and expressed approval of the change of quarters President Tarpy occupied the chair and reported the conventionkChairman the sick list and after tho regular business had been transacted Ser geant John Maloney President of Division 3 Councilman Charles Finegan and Daniel OKeefe Secretary of the County Board wereI called upon They congratulated tho division on Its new home and pre dicted that success would follow the change Thomas Keenan and Dan iel McCarthy also delivered short addresses In which were kind words for tho now State officers and a tribute to County President Con nelly They counseled unity and fellowship among the members and urged their hearers to become active in the work of arousing Interest In the division and order President Tarpy before closing the meeting pledged the new State Board his bestI efforts and his time for organiza tion saying he will leave nothing undone that will tend toward in creasing the membership every where KNIGHTS OF ST JOliNI St Michaels Commandery Knights of St John turned out in large numbers last Sunday morning at St Peters church where the members attended their anniversary high mass and received holy communion The Rev Father Edmund Kaiser the pastor was the celebrant of the niass and in the sermon dwelt eloquently on Knighthood which exists today with but slight variation from that of the past ages Urging the Knights to be firmI proveloyaltry Following the afternoon ves pers the Knights assembled in St Peters Hall when handsome gold medals were awarded to Col Theo Poppe tHII Schneider Gus Ober hausen Frank Howe and Leopold Stoeth who had been members for twentyfive years The presentation was made by Father Kaiser who said the medals were but an outward sign of the heartfelt feelings of the members who Joined him in tho hope that the five thus honored would receive the diamond medal of the Knights The anniversary wasI concluded with a social session thai all present enjoyed COVINGTON There is every prospect that the big torchlight parade to be given under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus at CovIngton on the ever ping of Discovery day will find a splendid representation from the various fraternal organizations of the city The idea has met with a hearty response and the preliminary meetings are being attended by large numbers of delegates The Knights hove decided to take the last place in the parade while tho Foresters have asked for the second lost place The K of C division will be headed by John Webers band In addition to the organizations previously pub lished the Kof 0 committee has sent out invitations to other fraternal societies Including the Red Men the Macabees the Moose Ben Hur Catholic Knights of America and therstJ I r OCTOBER The Month That All Catholics Devote to the Holy Rosary Impressive Religious Services For Tomorrow nt St Louts Bcrtrnnds President Wilson Asks That All Join mud Pray For Peace GLORIOUS SIGN OF REDEMPTION IOctober Is the month of the Holy which this the foremost among the practices of piety which the church has approved In honor of Christs Virgin Mother Is said every evening In nearly all our churches No formulary of prayer has done moro excellent service for the church militant In her efforts to withstand the virulent attacks of her enemies from within no less than from without the fold than the rosary We owe to It not alone the victory of the medieval church oven tho Albigenslan heresy but also tho triumph of the faith in Ireland against the allurements of error and the persecutions of the penal code In Germany too the rosary has boon the peoples comfort lii time of trial The Feast of the Holy Rosary Instituted by Pope S Plus V recalls to us the victory won by the Chrls tiara army over the Turks at Lepanto laalwaysIOctober In Louisville tho most elaborate and Impressive celebration will take place at St Louis Ber trands church At the solemn vespers there will be a parade of the sodalities and children carrying flf Steen beautiful banners and present ing a scene but seldom witnessed President Wilson has also asked that Rosary Sunday be observed throughout the United States as a day of prayer for the restoration of pence and therefore the attendance tomorrow should Include every Catholic and our churches should be filled to their capacity Many will ask what Is the rosary You smile but do you know The grains of which It Is composedIt matters little whether they be pearl or coral Ivory or wood merely serve to count the number of prayers to sustain and fix the attention of the mind and heart by sensible signs but the cross af tnched to them is a sign of strength life and salvation tho glorious sign of redemptiona sign ever memorable for Christians Let us hear the wordo of Lacordalre the eagle of the pulpit of Notre Dame de ParisIn his life of St Dominic the inspired author of the devotion of the rosary The con ferences of the rosary are multiplied beyond number there Is hardly a Christian in the world that does nob possess under the namo of the beads a portion of the rosary Who has not heard at eventide the gravo voice of peasants reciting the Ave Marla In two choirs Who has not met processions of pilgrims passing through their fingers the grains of tho rosary and charming the length of their journey by the alternative repetition of the name of Mary Whenever anything becomes per petual and universal It necessarily contains a mysterious harmony with the needs and tho destinies of man The rationalist smiles to see a pro cession of men pass by reciting tho same Words over and over again Ho that is enlightened by a bettor light understands that love has but one word and tht in saying It for ever It never repeats Imagine if you can n formula of prayer more universal easier and better suited to the capacity of all1 more sublime and at the same time more simple The rosary Is a memorial an abridgment of all Christianity it is the breviary of all pious laics It is an alphabet for simple souls for children and for good old people But for tho learned for men of genius for those that wish to meditate deeply it is a sublime book the vastest coma pendium of theology it Is an 1m mouse and unfathomable sea like the mysteries It commemorates The rosary is fit some one win say only for children devotees simple and Ignorant persons What a St Dominic founder of the Order+ of Friars Preachers celebrated for his profound llearning and his elo quent preaching St Dominic rep cited the rpsary and he found In it more than his Intelligence could fathom and his heart contain What St Thomas Acqulnas the angelical doctor the eagle of theol ogy who had fathomed the depths of metaphysics who had gathered up and Christianized all that was true and beautiful In pagan antiq ultYhewhQ is oven to this day considered the loftiest and vastest human Intelligence St Thomas of Acqulnas recited the rosary and he found therein all the sublimity of his genius What Father Lacordalre that magnificent intelli gence that noble heart that thun dering and sympathetic orator that captivating apostle of enthusiastic and studious youth wore his rosary at his girdle he recited Itas did St Dominic and St Thomas and he found tn It an abyss for his mind and an ocean for 1 ls heart GENEROUS PENSION- s The Holy Father has aseigHa to theJJlaths of the late Pops eat October COMING 9E EVENTSII I I Bertrand Hall in the evening only St Cecilias Sodality Euchro and I lotto in St Cecilia Hall Wednesday October 14 St Anns church=Euchre and FrldayOctoberI IOctober 16Euchre and lotto for benefit of St Brlglds church InI parish hall- II October 15 16 17Bazar In St Columbas hew school hall for bene fit of building fund October 21 22Euchre and lotto given by Trinity Council Y M I in hall Baxter and Morton October 3031Bazar under aus pices of Young Ladies Sodality of St Patricks church In school hall November 25Euchre and lotto by Division 3 A O H at Heptasoph Hall ooooe 4 Nt e10tO N0 e4N + generous pension which will enable them to live In comfortable circum stances for tho rest of their days To signify the pleasure with which receivedtion the square in which the Pope lived as a child has been named Piazza Benedetto XV RECENT DEATHS Many friends sincerely mourn tho death of Mrs Gladys McDermott be loved wife of Henr McDermott who died Monday at er home 1610 Dumesnll street She was fifty years old and be Ides her husband leaves several bro hers and sisters Mrs McDermott v as widely known for her charitable vork and her loss will be felt In St Williams parish Her funeral took place Wednesday morning when requiem high mass celebrated by Father George Connor who also preache the funeral ser mon and paid a 1 indly and well merited tribute tt the memory of the deceased A large numbs of deeply sym pathetic friends attended the funeral mass of Mrs LIna E Stutz which was celebrated Wednesday morning In St Brlglds church Five months ago her husband JGscar Stutz was called to his eternal rest and friends noticed that the grief of her heart never knew surcease until death Mrs Stutzi was a native of Germany but cane to Louisville when a girl She is survived by two sons Oscar Stutz who is in the wall paper business and Frank M Stutz President of the Stratton Tersteggo Company two daughters Mrs Josephine Schindler and Mrs Lula Bowes and jelght grandchildren 1 1 SURPRISKFORMEMBMRS I The members of Division 4 A O H were given the surprise of their I lives on Monday evening when on entering their quarters In Bertrand Hall they found that since their last meeting the hall had been renovated painted and decorated and electric lights installed with two chandeliers of handsome design the improvements making it one of the prettiest and most convenient halls In the city Reports on the recent State convention were made by the delegates and addresses were made by County President W J Connelly and John M Maloney President of Divis- Ion 3 both discussing the proceed ings of the convention and the changes in tho bylaws that were adopted The following list of alternates fo the county convention were chosen M J McDermott Fred Mooney J J Score L D Meaney and Thomas Farrell The convention will be held at Bertrand Hall on Sunday afternoon October 11 and will convene at 2 oclock SOUNDS STRANGE Those who for years read with In forest the cablegrams of T P OConnor the Irish home rule leader in England are surprised over his strange utterances slnco England declared war OConnor has evidently abandoned the Irish volun teers and aligned himself with the English soldiery His former ad mirers will find It hard to believe the following which he sent the Sunday press from London In Liverpool last Monday night 14000 people mostly Tories greeted with the same enthusiasm Winston Churchill F E Smith and myself Ireland becomes more fiercely antiGerman dally since the outrage of Rhelms followed Louvaln A few worthless cranks Who never did a stroke of real work In Ireland and obstructed the Irish party at every step and did their utmost to prevent a home rule victory will shriek but they represent not a half of 1 per cent of the population They are exhausting the patience of Redmond and all Ireland They soon will disappear amid popular execra tion or go with the mighty tide of Irish antiGerman sentiment IRELAND INVITED An Irish flavor will be given to tho centenary celebrations of the in dependence of the South American republics Argentina and Chile Ireland is invited to participate in the celebrations in 1916 and a Com missioner from Argentina T J Dunne has arrived in Ireland to collect memorials of Admiral Will lam Brown who was born in Fox ford County Mayo Among the ex hibits will be photographs of Foxford and of the house In which the navall hero was born Chile will also send to Ireland for memorials of OHigglns OBrien Lynch and other naval and military heroes of the liberation of that State ThP Irishborn population of Argentine Is 40000 and there are several hundreds of Irishmen in Chile also IIncluding professors la the Uni versity of Santiago J n I BALTIMORE I 1 American Federation of Catholic Societies Hold Annual Convention Bishop Schrcinbs Denounces At titude of Secretary of State Immense Parade Tuesday Re viewed by Cardinal and Many Bishops TRIBUTE TO CARDINAL GIBBONS Unity of action to accomplish the purposes and alms of the organization was the watchword at all of the gatherings held during the first day of the thirteenth annual convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies at Baltimore The principal event wac the opening of the convention on Sunday with a Pontifical mass at the Cathedral Bishop Owen B Corrigan was the celebrant of this mass and Cardinal Gibbons visiting Bishops Monsignor and priests as well as many seminarians and acolytes were in the sanctuary Bishop Joseph Schrombs of Toledo created a stir in the crowded edifice when In the course of his sermon he denounced In un- sparIng terms the attitude of Secretary of State Bryan toward condI tions In Mexico and the alleged failure of Bryan to put Into practice those principles he has so often out lined In brilliant rhetoric Bishop Schrembs began his ser mon with a warm tribute to Cardinal Gibbons and to Baltimore which he styled the cradle of the Catholic church in America Gradually he led up to his point We must get away from petty selfishness he said We must get away from the narrow parochial bonds we must even loose sight of diocesan de marcation Our endeavors and our spirit must be as broad as that charity dispensed to us by our Shaker We read in the papers today of sonic great wrongs being suffered by peoples of other lands We re mark how sorry we are for them and then pass on to tho next item of news Toehow you what organlzd effort can do continued the Bishop I will give an Illustration About a year ago a Jew In faraway Russia was accused of ritual mur derthat Is ho was charged with taking the life of a Christian child that he might use the blood in a religious ceremony When this charge was laid the poor Jew found a Government only too ready to give credence to the charge It was foreordained he should suffer the penalty of death Then what a righteous indignation stirred the world What a storm of protest Men of all faiths and men of no faith wore Appealed to by members of tho Jewish faith the world over It was their sense of Justice and fairness that was appealed to And the cry was beard That solitary Jew was released and the blot of ritual murder wiped from the escutcheon of the Jewish race Let me pursue this illustration further In Mexico not one man but thousands upon thousands of men and women have been outraged in their sacred religious convictions Churches have been closed and de stroyed Priests and other relig- Ious have been exiled tortured and In some Instances brutally mur dered Nuns devoted women who have sacrificed their lives in thq service of their fellow creatures have been taken from their cloisters and handed over for what Is worse than deathto the shameful lust of a brutal soldiery Where are those other powers who stand sponsor fortholle In authority in Mexico today Who prevent other nations from coming In yet do nothing themselves Then it was that Bishop Schrembs made his reference to Bryan and the Cross of Gold speech when ho exclaimed a political genius now In authority in the direction of the affairs of our country cried out several years ago in a moment of political exultation You shall not press down the crown of thorns upon the brow of labor you shall not crucify mankind upon the cross of gold When that speech was uttered I applauded and remarked Well done But In this day I am tempted to say to the political genius Hero indeed is a splendid field for translating rhetoric into action The Federation of Catholic Societies should become fully con scious of its duty to aid the down trodden To promote Justice and to give protection to the outraged After the mass Cardinal Gibbons delivered the Papal blessing to the delegates after making a few re marks In which ho praised Bishop Schrombs for his address and wel corned the visitors to Baltimore In the afternoon a session of the Social Service Commission was held with Bishop Muldoon presiding when reports showing the growth of the social service work were read Bishop Donahue preached at the vespers at night and after the mass for deceased members the conven Lion was formally opened Monday morning Tuesday night the feature was the grand concert of 5000 voices and on Tuesday the monster parade was held passing In review before Cardinal Gibbons and many Bishops the Governor Mayor and1 fla 0 ry large numbers of distinguished per sonages ELABORATE ANNIVERSARY With splendid and Impressive religious ceremony tho silver Jubilee of the founding of the St John Sick Benevolent Society was celebrated last Sunday at St Vincent de Pauls church Shelby and Oak streets more than 300 members and friends of the society participating The celebration began with a jubilee high mass at 630 oclock in the morning when the members received holy com munion In a body Father Thome was the celebrant of the mass and also of the vespers In the afternoon when the blessing of the handsome new silk flag of the society took place Rev Father Rudolph Ruff formerly of St Vincent de Pauls but now pastor of St Patricks at Stlthton preached a patriotic ser mon on the flag and Its significance urging his hearers to never fall In their duty to their country and their church The anniversary con cluded with a sumptuous banquet at 8 oclock in tho evening at which John Dodt the first President and only living charter member presided most happily as toastmaster Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue and other members of the clergy and a number of prominent citizens were the guests of honor When Justice had been done the menu responses to toasts wore made by Rev Father Berreshelm Lieut Gov McDermott Benedict Elder and Edward J Roles for the past twelve years President of the society This society was or ganized In 1889 by the Rev Father John Helsslng and has a membership now of over 200 men During Its existence the St John Society has done in incalculable amount of charity work and Its influence has been widely felt GREAT HOLY NAME RALLY The annual rally of the Holy Name societies of Campbell and Kenton counties was held last Sunday at Bellevue Indoor exercises were held In the morning at St Anthonys church while the great InSpinkssisted of seven divisions each headed by a band Over 12000 men were In the parade headed by the city officials police and fire depart ments and the Grand Marshal and his staff and marched over the prin cipal streets of Bellevue and Dayton Rev I M Ahmann of Covington delivered the principal address of the day Judge E J Kennedy of RightRevCovingtonEurope Friday reviewed the parade at St Anthonys church A male dlrectolrofport furnished the music The city was decorated with flags and bunt HolyNamesocietiesAlllFUIj DEATH George W Everln a well known railroad engineer and Peter G Al len his fireman met an awful fate on Friday when their engine went down into a ravine on the L N English trestle gave way beneath the trains weight Both men went down with the engine and If not Instantly killed were scalded to death When the bodies were recovered they were removed to EngineerEyerln 2903Southsix sisters survive him His funeral was held Sunday from Holy Name church Rev Father John OConnor condoling the sad obsequies The Eighteenth wife and an infant child his mother Mrs Mary A Allen and a brother and sister Ho was twentythree years old and had been with the L N since 1911 Funeral serv- Ices were held Sunday afternoon at the Sacred Heart church conducted by the Rev Father Walsh LEXINGTON News was received In Lexington on Wednesday of the death of Sister MarysAcademydied last Tuesday Before taking the veil she was Miss Mary Danahy of Lexington daughter of the late T J Danahy who at one time was a member of the City Council Sister Lucy was fortythree years old and had been a nun since 1896 Five years ago she was made Mother Superior of the Church of the Annunciation Academy at Pine Bluff Ark and was transferred to Maryland last June John H Danahy of the Henry Clay Fire In surance Company of Lexington is her brother and MrsT W Foley and Miss Johanna Danahy are her sisters Her burial took place at Nazareth on Friday HOLY HOUR Holy Hour devotions are now held at St Patricks and St Louis Ber trands churches every Thursday night from 730 to 830 oclock In honor of suffering In the Garden of Gethsemane At both churches there Is a noticeable in crease In the attendahce each week VGMcAleer alternate In conducting the services at St Patricks and at St madeimpressive RlvFetharTAKES IN WORLD VlncentdePatillii flftybne countries of the world d WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORLa Give This Office Your h Next Order REGISTRATION Days Next Tuesday and Wednes day For Those Of All Parties As In Other Sections Progressive Sentiment Waning Very Fast Democratic Campaign Committee e Confronts Hard Task in November EDUCATION BOARD CANDIDATES Next Tuesday and Wednesday October 6 and 7 will be registration days and although nothing like the registration figures of last year are expected nevertheless the leaders of all three parties are working hard to register their full strength Last year In this city the Democrats registered 29586 the Progressives 13527 the Republicans 7370 and tho Independents 5024 and In the election Buschcmeyor the Demo cratic nominee received 24944 Axton the Progressive nominee 20399 and Wood the Republican nominee 1388 This year the Democrats at a conservative estimate will have a registration of about 25000 the Republicans about 8000 and the Progressives about the same the latter party being expected fo lose heavily over their former figures as responsibleInstrength while many of Axtons fol campbecause sand the promise of political pie which latter feature eliminated from this years race will probably rob the contest of any Interest for the average local Bull Moose and this Is evidenced by the attempts of the local campaigners to secure Roosevelt for a rally with the Intent InterestInOn the other hand Roosevelts continual play for the center of the stage and the calcium light has4driven many late Progressives back RepublicanstheWillson being In a measure respon VancehisStates Senator Is practically un known and this also applies to1 Charles Gardner the Progressive nominee In this district for Con gress against Swagar Sherley fIghtingdesperately k Bull Moose party but without much success their extensive advertising1 of rallies not having any effect and TeddyIsRepublicanfavoragain the Herald tells of stirrIng speeches by Messrs Vance and Gardner at the Bull Moose meetings reportsthehashing of the BuschemeyerAxton contest and a discussion of ward politics Instead of their views on the questions of today CampaignCommittee unturned to aid In the election of Beckham for United States Senator d and this past week have made arrangements to bring Senator James and Congressman Stanley hero tar speeches in his Interest In addition to others of prominence which In dicates that the leaders take nO stock In the claims of Ollie James t who in an interview at Washington claimed that Beckham would win 1 estlmatoIstaken into consideration that in the counties which lately passed Into the dry column because of the county unit bill there will be found hearty opposition especially from the liquor men who blame all of their Haleytheso whenitThere is no denying the fact that closofightcan be seen right hero In Louisville ofboltingare now lukewarm in their interest workIsCommitteeThe entranceracoforEducationothers and there are rumors on ther1McElliott DrWDr Charles Moll or others will be theymaybelievingInunder no obligation to support whoboltedgovernment ticket In 1910 LOCATED AT RANTOUL Sister Dolorlta of the Domini can order after spending her vaca o MrsTRantoplIll01hbeen a Slatersl l deIr vW i KENTnOKY JRX9a AlMERIOAN I vuNTUGKY IRISH ftMERIGflN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Caibelicspf Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of HlbernUni Young Mens Institute nod Catholic KnlRhti of America I tINTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Ucerporated PuYllh- nI SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Ie ndtu8ntrAtuiIII CB ilutlen to tin KINTUCIOT IKSH AMERICAN 31921 Weat keel St NION TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 3 1914 a MEXICAN OUTRAGES a It is the humble opinion of the Catholic Union and Times that there have been American administrations which would not tolerate the out rages that have been perpetrated against Catholic priests and Sisters In Mexico The dispatches state that these religious were driven to take refuge under the American flag at Vera Cruz as a result of the out rages committed upon them and the t properties of their orders during the fighting of the last six monthsITo be sure these American citizens but they are human beings deserving of courteous treatment If nothing else The State Department however feels that It can do nothing for them It can not as much as write to the murderous Mexican officials express ing Indignation at the scandalous manner in which they have treated f the priests and teachers who have done more to enlighten and civilize Mexico than any other class of people Mexico is in a sad state Under the new regime most of the schools convents and other institu tions in which the refugees taught will not be permitted to reopen by the new Mexican Government Watchful waiting has not brought peace nor will It so long as high waymen and redhanded revolution ists undertake to operate the Govern ment SAVING THE YOUTH j1 The efforts of public officials to check the causes and occasions of vice among the young is com mendable Every llegitimate effort that looks to the eradication of dangerous dance halls objectionable moving pictures and suggestive bill boards should be supported and encouraged While the State has a gdutyto perform in this matter it is well that parents do not forget their more fundamental duty Their re sponsibility comes first If parents will look carefully after the amuse ments and company of children if they will prudently dictate the hours of their evening pleasures the work of the public officer will be far more effective Vigilance in the home is the best safeguard for boys and girls It is here the real crusade against vice must begin If all that Is possible be done in the home the dangers of the outside will do little harm When the home life is not what It should be the outside influ ence for good can accomplish noth ing It takes a miracle of Gods r grace to save the boy or girl whoso parents are unmindful of their tremendous responsibilities CONCERNING IGNORANCE The Guardians of Liberty have accused the Catholic hierarchy of keeping the followers of the church t 1dJohn Talbot Smith to ask the im partial nonCatholic churchman or I layman to look over our educational institutions from the humblest of our parochial schools to our great university at Washington and then say If that accusation Is justand there isnt a hillside or valley from the orange groves of Florida to the pineclad hills of Maine across the vast area that lies between those pineclad bills joined as they are by the granite and marblewalled mountains of New Hampshire and Vermont and the shores of the Pacific made glorious by the Golden Gate and its fruitladen slopes in which dose not nestle supported by r the best citizenship of their time Catholic schools and colleges In which are taught only those things that speak for the welfare of this republic and tho purity and loftiness of its citizenship things that speak to the Catholic youth of his duty to1 lSIfaithrepaired in these days to create and maintain the character of citizenship r that bespeaks for our countrys fu ture and its welfare that bespeaks for the continuity of the home and the safety of the republ- tclbeGuardlansoverlook the fact that the Catholics have adopted the public school system at their own cost and have improved It by aiding to it a religious education I and system that have given to this eolintrTthe beat and most Ideal lyjpf f citizenship that it enjoys BjIrAPACY AND FKAOK 4 will eepatlamllr face to- 1aawkh the tfcb1 f asatitalsli- gpiiti aai ores whelp ta iwi over the problem will again arise In all Its meaning and consequences How to preserve peaco is tho mo mentous question that Is ever facing the countries of Europe Attempts to maintain the balance of power at tempts to preservo peace by prepar ing for war by secret treaties by In termarriages and every other inven tion of diplomats have failed and fulled disastrously and the conse quences are beyond ennumeratlon So long as national pride and power Is sought to be mingled with racial prejudice and hatred and commer cial interest brought forward to make up any deficiency which might otherwise be lacking In a cause for war Europe will bo confronted with war as It always has been An In stitution like the Papacy Is the only Institution that could make any permanent move toward placing Europe upon a peace basis the rea son being that the Papacy is represented I In every nation through Its I priests bishops nuns and laymen The Interest and Influence of the Papacy In every country In Europe would make more for peace than has yet been dono by all of Europes diplomacy The Pope enjoys an In ternational position The Papacy is Itself a world power It could have no special interest In one country that it would not have in another It would not be to the Interest of the Papacy to set the armies of one Cath olic priest and bishop against the armies of another priest and bishop Neither could the Papacy have an Interest In the Inconsistent spectacle of the bishops and priests of different countries praying for the success of tho armies In which they are In terested The Pope as the arbitrator of peace In Europe would go a long way toward establishing Christian brotherhood and respect among the present warring nations and at the same time be the best guarantee of peace throughout these otherwise wardisposed countries The fact Is being demonstrated by the registrations throughout the country that Republicans who two years ago joined the Progressive party are returning to their first love The some Is true of Demo crats who Joined the now movement Do not take yourself more seri ously than other people are In the habit of taking you Many too serious chaps are looked upon as a Joke Think twice and if need be a hundred times before beginning to sputter In anger and Ignorance The man who cherishes resent ment puts a good memory to an Ignoble use CATHOLIC SCHOOLS Archbishop RIordan of Sap Fran cisco sums up the reasons for Catholic schools by asking Why do Catholics at great expense and with many sacrifices erect and maintain their own separate schools when the public schools of the State are free and open to them Is It because they are enemies of the public schools No It is because the public schools do not give us all that we want Catholics are not enemies of the public schools The public schools belong to us as much as to anybody else We have evidence of that when the tax collector comes around No wo are hot enemies of the public schools But we believe that those schools do not go far enough in educating our children We believe that children should be trained not only to know the need ful things for this life but also to learn the things that are needful for the life to come This we feel Is the first essential of education WANTS NO PARTY We want no Catholic party In America asserts the Catholic Universe and we want no anti Catholic parties Wp believe that the record of Catholics in this coun try entitles them to at leastas much respect as those who tear the consti tution to tatters and go out under the banner of Intolerance and rel- igIous hate to wage war against their Catholic fellow citizens With out forming a Catholic party we could raise the voices of our multi plied Catholic organizations against this injustice and ask our fair minded nonCatholic neighbors to espouse the cause of justice with us CLOSES TONIGHT The bazar which has been conducted at Llederkranz Hall the past few days for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital will come to A close this evening and Chairman E J Parker predicts that a handsome sum will be realized for this worthy charity Many hand some prizes Will be disposed of tonight and the winners In the differ eat eoaUfta pad awards will be aaaoun6dL S0GIETY 1 Mr and1drs James H TIghe have just moved into their home on Cecil avenue Miss Mary Epping has been visit- Ing her cousin Mrs Lewis Walker at Lancaster Miss Loretta Tlghe has Just re turned from a several weeks trip to Eastern points Mr and Mrs John McManus are home from a trip to Lexington and are at the Puritan Attorney H H Gecko spent the past week in rest and recreation at West Baden SpringsIMiss Nellie Ward has from a visit Mr and Mrs Ed D ShInnick at Shelbyvllle Mrs Russell Thompson has been entertaining Mrs Kate Haley and son of Lebanon Junction Miss Katie Cummings was a recent weekend guest of her aunt Mrs J F Mooney at Bardstown Junction Thomas Cook the well known t j tobacco man of Taylorsvllle was i j here this past week on a business tripMisses I Nora Brown and Agnlta Gruber of Marydale visited Mrs j I Dee ODanlel at Gethsemane last week I Miss Frances Tyler McCabe who spent some time with her aunt Mrs j Marlon Lewis has returned to Naz areth I II Miss Louise Wathen of Lebanon is the guest of the Misses Ethel and Ellen Wathen at their home in the Highlands Mrs Edward Holland and son Ed ward were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs John Flood and family at Slmpsonville A J Raleigh of Roanoke Va was the guest of Mr and Mrs Guy Osterman of West Broadway this past week Mrs Jennie Wible 214 West Sec ond street New Albany had Miss Josle Farrell of Urban Ill as her guest this week Miss Irma Wentzell of Southern Indiana has been spending a week with her aunt Miss Anna Wentzell Portland avenue Mrs William Loughmtller 810 East Elm street New Albany has as her guest her niece Mrs Fanny Barry of Chicago Misses Maeme and Nell Keaney have returned after spending sev eral weeks with Prof and Mrs A B Hart In Detroit Miss Irene Schmitt of East Breckinrldge street entertained with dinner Monday evening in honor of her choir associates William J Monahan who has been visiting Mr and Mrs John Swift on South Sixth street has re turned to his home in St Louis Mr and Mrs John F Oetken entertained Wednesday evening with a Five Hundred party In their apart ments at the WelssingerGaulbert After a pleasant visit with Miss Josephine Schmuck at her home in the Highlands Miss Gertrude Schmuck has returned to Cannelton Ind Louis W Bornwasser and bride who was Miss Mamie Adelberg will return from their honeymoon trip next week and be at home at at 1714 Tyler Parkway Mrs Floyd Burns of Lexington returning from Bardstown where here son Cary entered St Josephs College was the guest of Mrs L McCloy In Clifton Mr and Mrs Charles Donahue have returned from the South where they spent their honeymoon and are receiving their friends at their new home at Collins Court Visitors at West Baden Springs last week Included John F Oetken and wife Charles Wolfe and wife J Russell Gaines E T Schmitt and William Zoeller all of Louisville Misses Mary and Nellie Finegan left Monday on a visit to Dawson Springs where they will be Joined by their sister Mrs Peter Jennings of Walls Miss who will also accom pany them home for a short stay Mr and Mrs John Weiss announce the engagement of their daughter Olivia Katherine to Walter J Naber the ceremony to take place at Holy Cross church on Tuesday morning October 20 at 9 oclock Miss Meta Klostermann and Charles M Llndenberger were united in marriage on Thursday of last week at St Charles church Rev Father Raffo performing the ceremony Upon their return from their wedding trip they will reside at 2600 West Chestnut street A largely attended and pretty wed ding was solemnized with a nuptial mass at St Cecelias church Wednesday morning when Miss Kathleen Larue became the bride of James J inCatholicof a legion of friends follow them Into their married life LeonaWlnkelliwas solemnized Friday morning at he Cathedral of the Assumption at 3 oclock the Rev Eugene Donahue officiating A breakfast was served U the residence of Amphlon Bright Immediately after the ceremony Mr triphoughHome t 71S Lucas PlJeJ Mtss KathleeaLardner and James J McTIichfi were 1tMha marriage 1 y at St Cecilias church Wednesday morning the attendants being Miss Besslo Lardner a sister of the bride and Lawrence D Meaney After a reception at the brides home the newly wedded couple left on a wed I ding trip to Cincinnati where they will be the guests of relatives and on their return will go to housekeep ing at 819 Cawthon street The marriage of Miss Aline Starr and Edward J Wolfe will be sol- emnIzed next Thursday morning at St Charles Borromeo church with a nuptial mass at 6 oclock Rev Father Raffo conducting the ceremonies Messrs Frank Starr a I brother of the bridetobe and i Emmett Hanrahan will act as at I tendants After a reception at the I brides residence for the family and immediate friends tho young couple will leave for an extended Eastern bridal tour visiting Niagara Falls New York and Philadelphia where they will attend the worlds series ball games From there they will go to Washington for a couple of1 days as the guests of Joseph P Hines Congresasmn Sherleys Secre tary and on their return home will go to housekeeping at 1126 South Eighth street 1EXlIRED SUDDENLY While discussing the war with a friend John Murphy aged sixty five for years engaged In monument and stonemason work and residing becaineISUddenl Into the Rosenhelm drug store at 438 West Market street where he died before a physician could reach him Deputy Coroner William Kaimmerer expressed the belief that MrjherlneICecilias church where many friends gathered to pay their last tribute of respect IVUDLOW On October 11 a new council of the Knights of Columbus will be in stituted In Ludlow About 100 ap pllcantlons have been received some of whom are members of the organ ization in Covington and others who willreceIve the initiatory degrees Prominent members of tho order from Cincinnati and vicinity will be present The degree work will be In charge of the Covington Council I Tho committee In charge Is making elaborate preparations for the occa sion which will be followed by a banquet CATHOLIC FEDERATION Ji The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies will hold its monthly meeting Friday night at the I Visitation Home and it will be one of the most interesting held for some time past President Peter S I Ganz will report the full proceedings of the national convention at Balti more where he attended as the representative from Kentucky Secre tary Thomas Dolan has prepared a letter to be sent the various Catholic doubtless hSve ISOCletleSWhICItV111 the attend ance meetings DOING CHURCH WORK I theII most commendable work for St- II Cecilias church Every Friday night a lotto party Is given at the home of I one of the members and with the proceeds the sodality furnishes church linens and flowers for the altars and also books for the young i ladies library There are nearly a thelotllcersand Miss Ferg LIbrarian BENEFIT OP HOME Division 3 A O iH Is now busy distributing combination books to I their members and friends for tile purpose of aiding the building fund of their new home on Portland avenue and considering the small amount charged for the enclosed tickets a hearty response Is expected to their appeal The committee In charge of the plan announce that a euchre und lotto will be gfven at Heptasoph Hall on Thanksgiving eve and the awards will be an nounced on that date- OASPER AS HOST Dr J A Casper with the assist ance of Herman Deddens of Elev enth and Broadway acted as host to a party of his friends this last week at a turtle supper the tortoise being captured by the genial doctor in one of his early morning rambles on the Falls and weighed about forty pounds four pounds of which went to the guests the host and Al Martin accounting for the rest CATHEDRAL Next Wednesday afternoon and evening the Holy Angels Sodality of the Cathedral will entertain with a card party In the new Cathedral Hall for which the members have made great preparation Play will begin at 230 and 816 oclock and those who participate will enjoy the entertainment AVELCOME PASTOR- His friends and parishioners were much pleased to welcome Father Louis Ohio at St Martins church llast Sunday who returned from a stay at Mt Clemens in greatly Improved health Father Ohle underwent a long and serious illness of acute rheumatism and his recovery Is a source of great relief to every member of his congregation CHURCH IN RUSSIA manyCatholicsUnited States There are 2900 parishes 73QO churches 2000 chapels 4600 secular priests The regular rr l1gljsclergy number 08tstersotCharltIs Van average of one priest te every 3000 Catholic i J KNIGHTS OF UOLIIMBBS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Wisconsin Knights will continue their winter lecture bureau Gov Ralston will attend the Dis covery day banquet at Indianapolis Louisville Council will hold its annual election next Wednesday nightThere will be a big initiation in Milwaukee the last week of this month Covington and Newport are ar ranging to hold a joint initiation late this month This year the ladles will attend I the Columbus day banquet of the I local council Landing day will be celebrated in Columbus Ohio by the Initiation ot- a class of sixty Rev Thomas F Sherman S J son of Gen Sherman will speak at the Columbus day celebration at ScrantonTomorrow State Deputy Nleger and the Fort Wayne team will ex emplify the third degree at the in stitution of the new council at Versailles Ohio Hon William L Taylor former Attorney General and ono of In dlanas most gifted speakers will deliver tho address on Columbus the Discoverer at the Indianapolis celebration on October 12 Under the supervision of the St Louis Chapter special committees have been appointed by the various local councils to arrange for the financing of the St Louis Catholic high schools This action follows upon an appeal made by Archbishop Glennon ANSWERS FINAL SUMMONS With the passing of Dominick Martin last Sunday morning LouIs- ville lost a respected citizen and a man who Safeguarded the faith for more than three score years Dominick Martin was a familiar personage In the community and until ten years ago was with the Louisville Nashville railroad discharging his duties with fidelity and honor He is survived by his wife Margaret Martin four daughters Mrs M J Leamey wife of Lieut Leamey of the Seventh police district Mrs Ed ward Marshall and Misses Dell and Kathryn Martin all of this city and two sons M J Martin of Louisville and Don P Martin City Treasurer of Paducah The funeral was held Tuesday morning from St Johns church when Rev Father Schuh mann preached a feeling sermon deceased CENTRAL COMMITTEE The regular monthly meeting of the Central Committee C K of A will take place next Friday night in St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut President Ben Kruse and Treasurer Charles Falk will have information of special Interest to the members and therefore every branch of the Catholic Knights should be fully represented Some business of real importance will be acted upon as well as consideration given to a pro gramme for the winters activities EUCHRE FRIDAY EVENING The ladies and gentlemen of St Louis Bertrands congregation will give another of their series of euchres and lottos next Friday evening in Bertrand Hall the games to be called promptly at 830 oclock At the last affair of this kind which was the first under the regime of Very Rev Father Crowley the new prior over 400 was realized which was donated vto the church debt and Improvement fund MARRIED IN CHICAGO Mr and Mrs Martin Anderson of Chicago announce the marriage of their daughter Gladys Marie to HalpIn Onmur 0ReHly which was quietly solemnized at their home on Friday September 4 The Rev Father Cabello oficlated The cere mony was followed by a supper at which the decorations were white pttended LucyEstenAUTUMN EUCHRE parIsh a mammoth autumn euchre to be given on Thursday afternoon and evening October 15 at Baxter and Hepburn avenue There will be a number of pleasing features and all present will participate In the award of a special prize DEDICATION theKnobssolemnly blessed and dedicated on Sunday October 11 Right Rev Francis Silas Chatard Bishop of In dianapolis assisted by a number ofVisiting priests will conduct the servicesVISITED HIS PARENTS Vincent C Burke returned Mon day from Chicago and Northern Indiana points to spend a few days with his parents on West Hill street EARLY IRISH SAINT bornebychurch at Thirtyfifth and Market was born in the north of Ireland in 621 Having been trained in piety and knowledge by St Finlan ho was advanced to the priesthood After laboring for some years in his native country St Columba proceeded to Scotland where ho coverted to the faith the Northern Plets He built In the Island of Ion a a great monas tery which was for many years the center of learning In Scotland St jolumbadiedin597after haying founded and given a rule of life to Ipwardoa hundred auonasterieeIn- Ireland and Scotland t- Ft rk d CASINO AND ORPHJEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR IHOTTO LoulsvileiCaterIngUnder the same management Presenting only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic i MEANSAU SUITS AND OVERCOATS 1800 UP GABARDINES 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you bring your Hat to us you are bringing It to a Louisville concern owned and operated by Louisville people Louisville women come to us to get the best work at these extra low prices Our prices 75o sad 100 We have thirty new uptodate etyles 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 tonguelust Falls City Straw Works 713 W Jefferson North Side Att the late as MW ItylM Mid Slut I MM ItttMttVilMC At iwsbir yfiMC CrltalNItee tits PG FEDERATION Asks Presidents Aid In Bring Ing About Liberty In Mexico I Catholics Urged to Take Initia tive In Action For World Pence Literacy Test In the Immigra tion Billy Meets Strong Opposition CARDINAL OPENS THE SESSION Delegates to the convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies got down to business Mon day and much of the preliminary work of the gathering was done at two business sessions Cardinal Gibbons opened the morning session with prayer and the Invocation at the afternoon session was by Bishop Currier of Cuba At the afternoon session the delegates listened to addresses by Bishop Althoff of Belleville 111 Bishop Donahue of Wheeling and Bishop Schrembs of Toledo At this session also ad dresse were made by Rev Philip M Gordon one of the only two Indian Catholic priests and by Whirlwind Soldier a Sioux Indian who is a delegate from the Indian Catholio societies to the convention- A warm reception typical of Baltimore hospitality was given the delegates to the convention at the Lyric at night Rev Dr William- A Fletcher rector of the Cathedral presided at these exercises Fourth degree Knights of Columbus formed the reception commltteo On the stage Cardinal Gibbons in his red robes sat with Gov Goldsborough on his right and Mayor Preston on his left Father Fletcher Introduced Gov Goldsborough aa the first speaker The Governor In an eloquent address welcomed the visitors on be half of the State of Maryland Ho spoke of the great work which has been done In Maryland by Catholics and paid glowing tribute to Cardinal Gibbons The welcome of Mayor Preston and William Po Ryan who were next Introduced was along similar lines Charles I Denechaud President of the federation replied for the delegates Cardinal Gibbons brought the exorcises to a close with a reception on the stage practically everyone in the hall going to the platform to greet the prelate At the afternoon session Bishop Donahue devoted the principal part of his address to his work In aiding to defeat the literacy test In the Democratic immigration bill tq measure which had been vetoed by Presidents Taft and Cleveland as being subversive to the liberty and freedom of American citizenship Bishop Althoff made a brief ad dress on the work of the federation and praised the members of that body for the progressive steps they have taken to further education religion and social welfare Following the addresses by the Bishops Rev William Hughes as sistant director of the Indian Cath olic Missions at Washington was Introduced Father Hughes told of the work among the Indians and of their eagerness to learn He was followed by Rev Henry Westropp the Jesuit priest In charge of the Indian mission work at the Rosebud Agency South Dakota Father Westropp brought with him to Baltimore two Sioux Indians leaders of the tribe around Rosebud AgencyPresident Charles H Denechaud of the federation read his annual report in which he Urged the Catholics of this country and those affiliated with the federation in particular to take the initiative for world peace Reports of the condi tion of the federation in the various States were also heard from members of the various delegations The report of Secretary Matre was a comprehensive work and told In detail of the accomplishments of the federation during the past year Miss Leonora Meder Commissioner of Public Welfare of Chicago gave an Interesting talk on social Insur ance old age pensions old age in surance etc A lengthy report on the work of the committee on public morals was also read At Tuesdays session a resolution which requests President Wilson not to recognize the Government in Mex- Ico until assurance is given that the religious and civic liberty off all Mexicans shall be guaranteed This resolution was presented to the President on Wednesday by a com mittee composed of the following Bishop McFaul of Trenton N J Congressman Fitzgerald of New York Rev Richard W Tlerney S J of New York editor of Amer ica Henry V Cunningham of Boston and John Whelan of New York Another topic much die cussed was the fight against SocIal- Ism upon which resolutions were in troduced on Wednesday Tuesday afternoon was given over to the great parade when 30000 marchers were reviewed by Cardinal Gibbons dignitaries of the Catholic church from many sections of tho United States Gov Goldsborough1 and Mayor Preston All voiced the same sentiment that It was one of the greatest affairs of its kind ever held and by far exceeded the expec tations of everyone NUMEROUS IN SCOTLAND In Scotland the Catholics at present number about 648000 There are 252 missions 424 churches thirteen religious houses for men and fiftynine for women and SIS schools MAKB6 MJOJiI LEAVE To rid tJieboar4tiallM eprlnkki eanpfew around It as asieo dMike the Naellasdleavthe ptoM whare thr MTU i J f J r t t m SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Second and Fourth Thursday Lteder kranz Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer motto Recording Secretary Walter Cusick Financial SecretarYJoseph FarI rellISergeantatArmsTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will iams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John vT KeanoyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eighteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes sloe Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant = at Arms Martin J KallahorSentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretarYThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rellSentlnelM J McDermott Y M I MAOKIN 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 Committee F G Ad ams George Simonis Frank Geller W A Link Chas Schuler AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tory of America I Dy Janice A Rooney LL D October 6 1910St Patricks Cathedral New York consecrated by Archbishop Farley assisted by Cardinals Gibbons Vannutelll and Logue seventy other prelates and 1000 priests the date being the anniversary of the laying of the cornerstone of St Peters church Barclay street October 6 1893 The Right Rev Paul S Rocque appointed second Bishop of Sherbrooke Canada consecrated November 30 October 7 188G Death at Baltimore of Dr Richard Macsherry Presi dent State Board of Health and Baltimore Academy of Medicine born at Martinsburg November 21 1817 served In the navy from 1843 to 1851 voluminous writer of medical essays October 8 189Father Francis M Pandosy 0 M 1 founded the Okanagan mission in the Can adian Northwest author of gram mar and dictionary of the Yakima language for the Yakima Indians who are almost all Catholics October 9 1776 Opening of the Mission Dolores San Francisco founded by the Franciscan Fathers Francisco Palou and Pedro Benito Cambron sixth of the twentyone California Indian missions cor nerstone of the present church oldest building in San Francisco laid in 1782 October 10 1884Death in Brook lyn of Capt Dominick Lynch U S N grandson of Dominick Lynch early benefactor of the church in New York and one of the four laymen who signed the Catholics address to Washington on his election to the Presidency NEWEST IN STYLES Dyed laces are to be used All the new suits have longer coatsOne piece frocks are mostly of sergeThe all black hat of velvet Is still popularDarker shades are noticed In the fall millinery The small hat Is worn with the basque costume Coat shapes range from the short to the redingote The new tunics are not more than three yards wide The oriental note In dress has al most disappeared The old fashioned chenille embroidery has come back The silk jacket and short loose coat Are In good fashion The Japanese neck and the stand goodThe is the fashionable bat this season DELAY TILE MAILS Not the least of thee derangements caused by the war Is the transportation of the mailer Instead of a week H pow taktwo weeks to get letters from Great iBriUIaaiMl Irelandand- ever twenty dayij inntoad ef tea from Italy II F INSPIRING Was the First Provincial Council Held ElghtyFlvc Years Ago Something About the Bishop and the Decrees That Were Enacted Visited Lust Surviving Signer of the Declaration of Independence RECOMMEND CATHOLIC SCHOOLS By James A Rooney LL D How Inspiring to the Catholics and the general public of Baltimore must have been the gorgeous ceremonial attending the assemblage of the first provincial council there eighty five years ago Sunday October 4 Up to that time no such imposing Catholic ceremony had been held in the country To be sure there were only a few Bishops and other dig nitaries present for the original diocese of Baltimore which up to 1808 embraced the entire United States had only been divided twenty one years but those who took part were among the apostles and foun ders of the church and the mention of their names now must Inspire the Catholic reader with renewed ardor for the faith that has weathered so many persecutions and with perfect confidence that she will survive the present organized campaign of vituperation and calumny This council the holding of which had been discussed for many years and which was finally approved by Leo XII was attended by the following prelates The Right Rev Benedict Joseph FenwIck a Jesuit an American of the Americans a descendant of Cuthbert Fenwick one of the original Catholic pilgrims who founded the colony of Maryland In the prime of life at fortyseven and for four years Bishop of Boston among the first students In Georgetown and later Its President Vicar General of Charleston and a missionary of heroic zeal and ripe experience The Right Rev Edward Dominic Fenwick his cousin a Dominican an American and a Marylander the first missionary sent to Ohio and the first Bishop of Cincinnati sixtyone years old and seven years a Bishop The Right Rev Benedict Joseph Flaget a Frenchman the friend and admirer of Washington the last survivor of the Bishops consecrated by Archbishop Carroll nineteen years in time episcopacy and slxty six years old The Right Rev Joseph Rosati dn Italian fortythree years old co worker with Father de Andrels In establishing the Congregation of the Mission iu America and his succes sor as their Superior first Bishop of St Louis and three years in that seeIheRight Rev John England an Irishman fortythree years old con secrated nine years as Charlestons first Bishop whose controversial writings and sermons were master pieces of learning logic and elo quenceThe Right Rev John Baptist David a Sulplclan for ten years co adjutor of Bishop Flaget a French man sixtyeight years old and with a missionary experience antedating the century The Very Rev William Matthews Vicar General Apostolic of the dio cese of Philadelphia Besides these there were present a number of distinguished theologians many of them afterward Bishops in cluding the Rev Francis Patrick Kenrlck afterwtard Bishop of Phila delphia and Secretary of the council the Rev Simon Gabriel Brute afterward Bishop of Vlncennes and the Rev Anthony Blanc afterward the first Archbishop of Now Orleans Bishop portier of Mobile and Bishop Dubois of New York were absent in Europe the latter being represented by the Very Rev John Power as theologian One of the incidents of the council was the admission to one of Its ses sions of three lawyers of high standing whose opinion had been solicited by the fathers of the council namely Roger B Taney Attorney General of Maryland and afterward Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court John Scott and William Read The master of ceremonies was the Rev John Joseph Mary Chanche afterward first Bishop of Natchez The council was opened with a solemn Pontifical mass celebrated by Archbishop Whltfleld the Bishops attending In miter and cope and forty priests in chasubles After the mass a sermon was delivered by Blsohp England and the pallium was conferred on the Archbishop by Bishop Fenwick The council lasted until October 18 and thirtyeight decrees were adopted or the govern ment of the church They were con September decrees were those abolishing the trustee system one against the use of corrupt translations of tho Bible and of catechisms and prayer books not approved and one recommend ing the erection of Catholic schools and the preparation of Catholic text books Before leaving Baltimore the Bishops of the council in a body paid a visit to Doughoregan Manor near the city to pay their respects to Charles Carroll of Carrollton the last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence who was then perfecthealtht PEACE SUNDAY The people who attend Catholic churches on Rosary Sunday October 4 will be asked to eomplyr with the thatthyprayUftr Ia lDarope U a Hdy end La FRANK FEHR BREWING CO JXCOSPORATED Brewers and BottlersY FALLS LOUISVILLEBREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Or4v a Case for 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150 and 100 Reduced Railroad Rates Churchill Downs=== Fall Meeting 8 Days Racing HIGH CLASS RACES DAILYFa- lls City Handicap the opening day feature Twentysix nominations Saturday October 10 the Golden Rod Stakes with great field of horses Tuesday October 13 the Cherokee with thirty nominations Saturday October 17 the great fit Leger Handicap twentythree nominations AT 215 PM ADMISSION 100 AND 150 HIBERNIANSI What They Have Been Doing the Pat WeekGeneral- News Notes Pennsylvania has 311 division and 22088 members Michigan gained 502 now member during the past two years The assets of the Ladles Auxiliary aggregate about 350000 John T Keanoy of Division 2 i1 a Is sure live wire for the order Division 3 will have an Initiation In the latter part of next month Corporal Pat Konealoy is always a welcome visitor at meetings of Divis- Ion 4- There were over 200 delegates In the recent county convention at Pittsburgh The county convention will bo held at Bertrand Hall on Sunda October 11 The Hibernians of Youngstown Ohio will endeavor to double their membership this winter Congressman Daniel McGllllcuddy reelected to Congress from Maine Is a member of the Ancient Order National President McLaughlin calls upon all divisions to engage ii- a In nationwide campaign for members The Ladies Auxiliary of Oregoi hold a successful convention and reelected Mrs Ellen Elvers as Stat PresidentFinancial Secretary Langan and Treasurer Finegan of the Count Hoard have made an excellent pair of officersFor and death benefits and charitable purposes tho Ladles Aux iliary expended 110000 during the past two years Rev Father M A Shine waa unanimously elected State President for a second term by the Nebraska State convention Oregon Hibernians at their Stat convention commended the union existing with the National German American Alliance At the county convention held at Nashua N H it was reported that Hlllsborough county had nearly 1500 members an increase of 130 The formal opening of the nev homo of the divisions at Portland Ore took place Friday night when a grand dedication social was held Walter Cusick received so much advertisement from his box party at the State convention that he wil probably repeat here In the neat future Major Edward Gallagher State President of New Hampshire is vis- Iting the county conventions and arousing enthusiasm aniong the membersDuring the two years administration of Rev Father Shine as State President the Influence of the order has bean greatly extended through out Nebraska i Division 2 held its monthly meet Ing Thursday night From what the members say there will bea united movement to Increase the strengtl of this division The meeting of the Ladies Aux iliary next Wednesday night will be i made Interesting by the election ot County President who will serve fpi the ensuing two years With the assistance of the Na tional and State officers the New York County Board has pledged the metropolis to be soon second to none in membership In America One of the pleasant events of the Maine State convention was the pre sentation of a loving cup to exStato President Thomas J Robinson of Lewlston who then closed his sec ond term Special notices have been sent the members of the Ladies Auxiliary requesting their presence at the meeting next Wednesday night Besides the election of County President there wjll be much business of ImportanceAttorney Thomas Walsh and Will lam J Connelly of Louisville and Thomas Howard Sr of Ashland comprise the Irish History Committee namodby the State convention They have the time and ability for some very effective work OPENS NEXT FRIDAY The autumn races at Churchill Downs will open next Friday and continue for eight days With the turf stars of the country entered and fields filled to repletion Man ager Winn and his assistants will furnish sport that has never been surpassed here The Palls City Handicap will be the opening day feature and on Saturday October 10 the Golden Red Stakes for which there ie a great field of tofeeer wll be run Oa the follow tJ1J1JJ fop lis Wao a Good Bind 1 Church Road Viu August 1111 proltratIoa weak that I trembled all over my knees cave way first and thin was unable to BOTB but since I took Pastor Kocniga Nerve Tome I foal stronger can work again and walk aU day without dlm culty The Tonic WAS a Godsend for me I speak of Its wonderful effect quite efter a F Pltchford Mrs Paul Fuchs of XJniontown Wash was often afflicted with unconsciousness which disappeared after using Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic Km M Blunt of Ashland R R E- vs had a girl troubled with 8t Vltusl Dance which could not move herself for about six months but since she took Pastor Koenlga Nerve Tonic It Improved ao much as she did not when the doctor treated her FREEA Valuable Book on Ner Diseases tad a Semple1 to asy ddreti Poor pv M lid the medicine free Prepared by REV FATHER KOSNIO e Ted Wayne fad siaa WCoo sad now by lb KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 62 W Lake Street no ar Dearborn CM by Drafflitt at SI per both 6 for S 1 Larjo 8Uc 51751 6 Bottle for 59 ing Tuesday the Cherokee Stakes will be the feature race and on the closing day the St Ledger Handicap the turf prize of the season will bring together the fleetest horses of the country With good weather this should be the greatest fall meet ing ever held at the Downs MARTIN T Martin T Fallahay announces that he is now connected with the WalkOver Boot Shop 309 South Fourth avenue where he Is In post tion to take care of you for anything you may need in the shoe line CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA In offering a special edition ot The Qatholic Encyclopedia at a price that brings It within the means of every member of the order the Knights of Columbus were actuated by the motive which originally in spired the production of this work This encyclopedia is designated to be the starting point of a movement among Catholics a great educational movement In every Catholic home in tho land the source of a literature that will reCatholicizo the English tongue It 1s verily an educational and literary crusade and as such It must appeal strongly to every mem ber of an order whose members in tho words of Ireland aim to be the trusted auxiliaries of the church her organized chivalry ever first and foremost when her call Is heard or her banner leads Here is an offer which brings all the ad vantages and more than the Catholic University can at present afford right into our own homes The Catholic Encyclopedia Is a veritable Catholic home university It has been truly styled a university In print MAJOR RIDGE BIPROVING Major Pat Ridge Night Chief of Police is rapidly Improving from his illness of last week but on the advice of his physician Is compelled to take a complete rest before returning to duty The Majors host of friends rejoice In his recovery MEDCAIiF OREIMGt rMiss Annie Magdeline Medcalf of Owensboro and Patrick OReilly of Hardlnsburg Ky were married at St Tauls church in Owensboro with a nuptial maae The ceremony was performed by a brother of the bride the Rev Father Charles R Medcalf of Peoriti HI 4 Oct 9Oct 17t 1 SIX Stakes FIRST RACE FALLAHAY Archbishop IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Rev J Donnelly of Collon hasI been appointed to Dunleer in succession to the late Rev M McKcown P Moclair County Councillor and L P Power of Cashel have been appointed Magistrates for Tipporary Lynniwas by fire Tho damage Is estimated at several thousands of dollars Philip Devlin Ardboe was found lying on the roadside about two miles from the town He expired a short time after being removed this home For saving the life of a child at the Antrim road waterworks James Morrow was presented with a silver watch at a meeting of the Belfas Water Board I At a meeting of the West WIcklov Farmers Defence Union held hIn Baltinglass Thomas Molyneauz was elected Chairman in place of the hat- E P OKelly A resolution and Improvement scheme of an extensive character fIs about to be made at Scramoguc church near Strokestown for the Rev P Martin At the recent horse fair held IIn Galway there was an unprecedented demand for horses which brought from 200 to 250 each and the price for wellbred animals was as high as 350 The death of the Right Rev Mon signor J OHnra Crossmollna iIE much regretted His remains were Interred in the parish church and the Most Rev Dr Naughton presided at the requiem mass A Kildaro farmer who made an experiment In hopgrowing last year realizing thirtylive shillings from seventyfive seeds sown in one perch of land has this year a crop valued at five times that amount Two men were recently drowned In the Shannon Michael Burke was bathing when ho got into difficulties immodiatelltorescuer and both men were drowned Death as a result of a gun acci dent was returned at an Inquest on James Murphy of Crooveniore nine miles from Athlono He went to shoot rabbits and later was found bleeding from a wound in the shoul der While talking to her husband Mrs McCarthy wife of T J McCarthy Assistant Surveyor to Tralee Rural Council suddenly collapsed and died immediately after the rites of the church were administered by Father BreenStephen Keane was drowned in the Abbey river Limerick He had been apparently sitting on the par apet of tho bridge when he fell over Timothy Carroll dived to the rescue but Keane had sunk tho body not being recovered Rev John F Malone Waterford was ordained on Assumption Day at tho Bon Secours Convent Cork by the Most Rev Dr Coholan Bishop of Cork Father Malone celebrated his first mass at the Ursuline Con vent Watorfordi While engaged in mowing Patrick McKenna Drumkirk Monaghan was taken suddenly ill Ho dropped the scythe and expired in a few moments The doctor and the priest wero promptly on the scone but death had set in before their arrival On the occasion of his recent mar riage E J Comerford one of the leading merchants In Thoma town and brother of Father Tom Comer ford P P San Francisco was presented with a beautiful afternoon tea set by a number of friends mid admirers In that town THE LAST DAY The fall race meeting of the Douglas Park Jockey Club will end today with seven races with the Louisville Cup as the headliner For tlris the big event of tho meet tho field will embrace seven or eight of the stars of tho turf and it win prove one of the best races run oft this season Manager Hachmelster Is being congratulated by horsemen and the public on the success attained at Douglas Park where a great throng is expected to be In attendance this afternoon MONUMENT lommittee Pope composedofpCardinals Merry del Val Blnletl and Caglano to prepare plans to be used lathe erection of a sepulchral atonement Cryptofi- t c i HERMAN STRAUS 6 SONS g FOURTH AVettoe wcOaPaoAtco MARKET STREET Odds and End- sMILL END4 BALEGoo- ds used as trims during our two weeks Mill End Sale are now offered and it will surely pay you to be here before store closes Saturday night In every department you will find 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