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WE DO FIRST Give TLis Next II VOLUME XXXIII NO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS 11 H COMPANIONS Guardians of Liberty Praise Vil la the Notorious Mexican Bandit Commend Him and Ills Soldiers For Assaults on the Church Brutal Acts Against Priests and Nuns Commended by Society EXCHANGE FRIENDLY GREETINGS Another Instance of the Ideals and alms of the Guardians of Liberty one of the numerous organizations engaged In the profitable business of Inciting the ignorant and lowminded to a bitter and super stitious hatred against the Catholic church Is furnished In October 22 Issue of the Liberator an antiCath olic paper published in Magnolia Ark In that issue there is to be found a copy of a letter sent by Alamo Court No 1 of the Guardians of Liberty to Gen jFrancisco Villa the notorious Mexican bandit prais ing him for the brutal acts of himself and his soldiery in destroying churches killing and driving forth priests and assaulting Sisters in his war on the church in Mexico The letter in part reads as follows Alamo Court No1 Guardians of Liberty of Texas a patriotic or ganization of American citizens with courts throughout the entire United States which has for Its pur pose the maintaining of the United States constitution and the com plete separation of Church and State desires to express to you and other patriotic Mexicans our hearty approval of your actions and the great good and service you have and are rendering your people and the country We would especially commend your actions in ridding your country of the baesst of human vultures the Catholic prIesthood Whenever women are forced to secretly confess to a man who has never married and knows nothing ot the sacredness of woman or of home It is but natural for immor ality to exist and until this practice Is stopped it Is Impossible to raise up a liberty loving Intelligent patriotic moral generation Again assuring you of our appreciation of your invaluable worth to your country and trusting that you may continue your good work until the people of your country are freed Indeed frdm the root of the trouble the Roman Catholic church lIn the language of the patriot we would exclaim Viva Mexico by Villa In reply Villa expresses his sin cere thanks and very great pleasure to the honorable society and wishes that this honorable society continue progressing every day fOil the welfare of humanity and ot civilizationBoth and the honorable society are in good company They have found companions of alIke mind they are proving anew the old adage that birds of a feather flock together The foul and putrid Imaginings in which the socalled patriotic organization delights are well known to us by this time Of Villa despite the pathetic efforts of the dally press to shield his true character and the apparent indif ference of the Government at Wash ington In regard to his savage actions we also know enough to reveal the characteristics of the man who Is now in control of affairs td a great degree In the Southern republic Reputable periodicals such as the Outlook while sympathizing with the revolutionary party In Mexico have acknowledged the grossI Immorality of the man in charge of that revolution and of maty of his followers Villa hlm ecit js said to have a mistress In almost every town which receives Ills visitation nor is this a mere private matter for the course of the revolutionary army across the stricken country has been marked by perpetratedchurches The most bestial practices have been committed in the most sacred places and the brutal bandits have not even respected the hayetreatedwhIchdecencySucharptheinIn Mexico such are the friends of the men who are now conducting the campaign against the church In this country It is a very sad commentary Indeed upon our socalled civilization and progress that in S supposedly enlightened Common wealth a party such as the latter admlnlitratJonsolicitous but a short time ago in regard to Justice In Mexico should suddenly become weak and vacillating In the face of such a disgraceful eourseotaction on the part of those whom it assisted to come Into the power which they misuse so flagrantly But it Js somewhat re fre hjrig to note that Villa and the malodorous antiCatholic patriots ttheytIndasplrttt ittejr Biting task C B of CV Q RETURNS MINUS BAGGAGE tib Aav Father Thom 1 I1aY s rbkatBowtlJiIJ1Iday futR1JllaUrJ M Orevilla Jt t KENTUCKY IRISh AMERICAN pastor of the Sacred Heart churchII at Russellvlllo stating that just reached New York City his baggage having been compelled to make a quick getaway from Lourches France near Lille where a fierce battle was being waged by th9 Germans Father Drovtjlo went to Lourches In the early part of July to visit his people when war was declared and he was not al lowed to leave Lourches being called to do some special work for the priests who were called intb service Father Drevillo passed through this city Thursday evening en route to his home HIBERNIAN HOUSEWARMING I Division 1 A O H the oldest In the city of Louisville will cele brate the occupancy of Its new home in the Llederkranz Hall building Sixth and Walnut next Thursday night with a real Irish housewarm Ing President Tarpy and the com mittee invite the members of Divis ions 2 3 and 4 to come and enjoy themselves to see the new meeting place and join with them in some thing good to eat and smoke An other added feature will be the presence of Lieut Gov Edward J McDermott who will deliver an ad dress This will be in the nature of a homecoming and it is hoped to see every member of Division 1 present The County Board offi cers are expected to be the guests of honor WORRY OVERCOMES IRIEST I It was necessary llast Friday for officers to take the Rev Christian Welgand pastor of St Elizabeths church at Curdsvllle adjacent to Ow ensboro in charge Father WeIgand who came to this diocese from Texas about a year ago had two brothers In the European war One was fighting with the Prussian army and the other with the Belgians Recently he received word that one of them had been killed in battle Ho has been worrying overthe war and it is feared the news of the death of his brother impaired his mind He became violent Thursday and that night refused to admit the officers to his home Friday morn ing another priest persuaded him to submit and he was brought to Owensboro It was arranged to send him to a sanatorium In St Louis and he was taken there that night COVINGTON Division 1 Ladles Auxiliary of CovIngton has reelected Mrs Mary Monahan as County President for the ensuing two years giving her a handsome majority Miss Lula Mur phy the State President was pres ent and Installed Mrs Monahan In a happy address she complimented the auxiliary upon Its choice of one who by temperament and engaging personality was especially qualified to place the Covington division at the forefront of Kentucky Hlber nlanism Several new members were Initiated at this meeting the Membership Committee reporting that they will have twenty or more applications at the meeting on November 11- HENEFIT FOR HOSPITAL Lady and gentlemen friends of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital have made extensive preparation for the euchre party and other enter tainment to be given for the benefit of that Institution next Wednesday and Thursday at the hospital Twelfth and Magnolia Games will be played both afternoon and even Ing and each day there will be a light but excellent luncheon Among the awards will be Thanksgiving turkeys and a number of tons of coal and in addition many beautiful articles remaining over from the recent bazar will be given away Those who would help a worthy charity and spend a pleasant time will find here the real opportunity CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Next Friday night the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will hold its regular meeting In St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut and President Ben Kruse urges that all branches be fully represented The season for activity has arrived and the winter pro gramme should be outlined at thiss meeting Everywhere the Catholic proglress surpriseIITH I NUPTIAL fASS I Mr and Mlrs R L Masters o Bardstown Junction last week an nounced the engagement of their daughter Miss May Alzora to John II beIRedeemerIoncontracting parties are widely known weddlngwIUbeseason 1 I POPE AND RED GROSS i Pope Benedict XV received 1 Jarbergs e Red Cross organization In Germany and Austria She told him of the good work being done by the or ganization The Pope was deepl moved and bleedthe charitable and humanitarian work whIch h said was the one praiseworthy Bid f of wear I CATHOLICS IN KENTUCKY I In 1814 there were ten churches and 6000 Cmtholloe In this Statei prseentyeashows r andv1UQ90 I I h i fERRATA Papal Premier n Wise and an Dil1omntI I Legate I I I Popes Right Hand in Dealing With the Civil Govern ments Was Successful in Negotiations in Belgium Switzerland and France AN OUTLINE OF HIS CAREER With the accession of a new Pope to the chair of Peter the world even amid wars alarums has watched with expectant Interest the first acts of the Pontiff Of these acts the ones which excites perhaps most general Interest 1s the appointment of a Cardinal Secretary of State Each Pope appoints his own Car dinal Secretary of State for that official is the Popes right hand in dealing with civil governments It Is therefore of the utmost Importance that the Cardinal Secretary besides being a man of affairs should also be likeminded with him whose chief instrument he Is to be Seldom per haps has this rule of common sense been more clearly exemplified than In the appointment of Pope Benedict XV of Cardinal Ferrata Born at Gradoli near Vlterbo in 1847 Domenico Ferrata came of a 111neIghborhood many members to the service of the church One of his brothers died an Augustinian monk Reading maketh a full man and talking a ready man and Dottore Ferratas years of study and teaching had completed the formation of a mind singularly able and supple So he was called upon to exercise his abilities in ecclesi astical diplomacy After a short time at the Secretariate of Ex traordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs he appointedauditorat Paris where ho had the good fortune to serve under a Nuncio thePolishward Cardinal Here Ferrata showed himself a quick learner in dlplpinacyAftertime had come for Mgr Ferrata to be intrusted with work of the high est Importance In April 1883 he was recalled to Rome as Under Secretary of the Congregation of Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs In which post he was quickly con fronted with matters of extreme dif ficulty The first was concerned with Switzerland tile Government of which had adopted a sort of Kulturkampf and broken off all rela tions with the Holy See He was In trusted with the arduous mission of appeasing the Government and clos tonwill and in this he was by a happy combination of affability and plain speaking so successful that he brought the Government to see the desirability of a reapproachment with the Holy See In the following year he again went to Berne but this time with the DelegateThethedIocesecantons where feelings against the Holy See was bitterest and In one of organIzationshadFirm In his adherence to essential DetegateApostolic sametimeallowforcanton last mentioned the Govern allowdiocese a MgrFerrataan administrator apostolic having withRomeultimately ratified by a convention 1888Thisa matter appreclatlonon LeoXIIINoblefof the churchs diplomats and MaggloreThrough Car friendlytandBelgiumas Nuncio Apostolic to the French iCivedIfficultand tact kept the storm that was frombriaklngIn 1896 he was created a Cardinal himaand far reaching work of the Roman Congregationastical Affairs with which he had theythe canon law Instituted by Plus X succeesfullyeindulgencesfreguIJLrs bbecameSuck in outline isthe careerofthe beenTtcalled to the side oftIJe head of this Catholic ohuroh aa Cardinal bra tart of State COMING EVENTS November 10Euchre and lotto by Young Ladles Sodality of St Johns church at Trinity ball after noon and evening Npvember 10 November 1415 tEuchre and lotto Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hos pltal November 1718Autumn festival of St James church In parish hall November 20EuOhre and lotto St Louis Bertrpnds church after noon and evening November 23Turkey festival fot benefit fSt Willlarns church in parish hall- November 25 Euchre and lotto by Division 3 A 0 H at Heptasoph HallaOOONO ONF OMNAS 04 N RECENT DEATHS Friends and relatives feel deep sympathy for Ignatz and Magdalene Ohlman 1127 Ash street who on Sunday suffered the loss of their thiVieyearold daughter Anna Marie whose short life brought cheer and happiness Into her home Her funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Elizabeths church attended bye large number of mourners The funeral of John Dalton 427 East Chestnut street was held Monday morning from St Johns church of which he was one of the pioneer members Deceased was a native of Ireland but came to this city nearly seventy years ago He was a veteran of the civil war and had long been engaged in the coal business from which he retired twelve years ago The late Patrol man Edward Dalton was his son Surviving him are two daughters Miss Kate A Dalton and Mrs Mayme Van Buskirk and four grandchildren Following an illness of several weeks Mrs Bridget Meagher an aged and highly esteemed member of St Cecilias parish passed from this life Sunday morning at her home 2427 St Xavler street Mrs Meagher was a native of Ireland but had lived here more than fifty years Her husband William Meagher died some years ago and she leaves three sons and three daughters Anthony George arid William Meagher and Mrs Elnora Soloman Mrs W E Durbeck and Miss Anna Meagher The funeral was held Tuesday morning from St Cecilias church r The funeral of Patrick K Cole man a respected member of St Columbas church anpwell known locomotive engIneer was held Saturday morning Rev Father Kalaher being the celebrant of the high mass of requiemVF6r thirty years the deceased had been em ployed by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company from which ill health caused him to retire about a year ago making his home with his daughter Mrs Carl Zelsner 2708 West Market street Besides Mrs Zelsner he Is survived by another daughter and four sisters Mrs Margaret Butler Miss Mary Kin gelty Mrs Annie Coleman and Mrs Andrew Gorman A beautiful young life was closed early Monday morning when Almighty God called into eternal rest the soul of Miss Anna Eliza beth Ryan daughter of Mr and Mrs John J Ryan of 1303 South Floyd street Although her years were few they were well spent in the love and friendship of her Creator and relatives and associates while in all devotions pertaining to her holy religion Miss Ryan was SurvivingherJohn and Walter Ryan and two sisters Misses Susan and Mary Ryan The funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Philip Nerls church Rov Father Acker mann officiating at the solemn obsequies I SERVICES REWARDED Announcement on Monday of the election of Harry J Angermeier to the Vice Presidency of the German Bank was received with expressions of satisfaction and approval through out the financial and business dis tricts of the city The new Vice President was formerly assistant cashier of the German Bank one of the largest financial institutions in this section f the country and his advancement comes as a reward for twenty years of valued and faithful service Vice President Angermeier Is a son of an oldtime Louisville merchant and his legion of friends in banking circles and In private life will learn of his success with gratifi cation I ELECTION OF OFFICERS At the annual meeting of the Pastime Boat and Athletic Club held Monday night officers for the following year were elected as fol lows Edward J ReIchert Presi President SecretaryItLHeroLaunchKellyBaseball HartCaptains JGaffneyLang J C Hero and John C Hart were reelected to their respective theprevioussmatters and annual election were servedthoseI ENGAGE MISS HYATT HawYorkof Are Committee to yodel the equestrian itttuit QftlleJfeleh irreins ii- f INSURANC Large Number of Men Engaged in Study of Progress of Legislation Protected Look Upon It as Pass ing Show of Present Decade Elections Throughout Various States Do Not Verify Above Criticism DUTIES OF THE GOVERNMENT A person supporting several policies in a fraternal Insurance society Is not deeply interested In the socalled social insurance legis lation To him this agitation ap pears to be annoyingly radical His views are influenced by the very nature of his protection and his first actions are consequently very conservative Social Insurance un doubtedly is meaningless to him or at the most It Is merely a fad a passing show of the present decade The general eelctlons throughout the various States do not verify the above criticism Social insurance has assumed a real earnestness In fact so serious that a large number of men who formerly shrugged their shoulders and then forgot about it are now engaged in studying the progress of insurance legislation and the controlling factors Several States in the Union are contemplat ing to enter into the insurance busi ness the high cost of government no doubt Is Influenced by the added number of State employes and thus the rule seems to be that the num ber and size of budgets is directly proportional to the number of em ployes and size of the office This consideration however should flot be the standard in defining thq rights and duties of the State Government nor of any other gov ernment The question Involved is not one of efficiency nor of costs and profits but one of principle The fundamental principle of the American foran of government Is a representative government The powers Invested In the Government and in the case of the Federal Gov ernment the powers delegated by the respective States are supposedly equally balanced among that of the executive the legislative and judiciary The Individual and property rights of each citizen or person coming under the jurisdiction of that Government are adequately protected Today in spite of these guarantees there has grown up a system of paternalism which has resulted In extravagances waste and an intricate multiplicity of offices and jobs This Is not a defect of the foundation of our Government but a result of an energetic activity on the part of politicians And Socialism has thus been able to in trench itself A large part of this socalled activity or social legislation Is not essentially wrong on the con trary it is necessary and even vital That we need industrial compensation acts health bureaus old age insurance and what not there can be no doubt but whether this activity should be shouldered by the State in competition with private corporations and organizations is not merely undesirable and un healthy but wrong and subversive of the rights and privileges of the individual Man cItizenIPope Leo XIII and possesses prior to the formation of any State the right of providing for the sustenance of his body The State must not absorb the Individual or the family both should be allowed free and untrammeled action so far as is consistent with the common good 1n the Interests of others It should be borne In mind that the chief saleIguarlenactment and public policies legalI State Insurance State this or State that Is Indeed not a guarantee In safeguarding private property In this particular the State is not protecting but directing private en deavor It is not encouraging private business but competing with private business This condition of affairs is commonly known as socialism when It correctly should be called IndifferentisM Men of Influence officers of organizations yes the average citizen Is too indifferent to the needs of his fellowmen He does not heed the cries of the rest less masses his eyes sense not the ills of the day Social legislation is not an evil it Isa necessity It Is an evil however when in the hands of a paternalistic government The weaker members of the society the less circumstanced need protection by the government but not char ity his fellowmen and not his government are bound in duty to correct those conditions which op press him It Is the citizen not tjfe government that should participate In this activity and then social service and pot socialism wit bS ever present i ENCYCLICAL DEFERRED The Rome correspondent 7 of the New York Times cabled on Saturday that a Papal document dea ng with thee war was about tq be published 9bligedtheVope1 wjth CardInal G iparrl towith draw it with a view to bringing It up to date the situation having been so greatly changed since the pronouncement had been discussed and approved by the leading mem bers of the Sacred College The Pope wishes to hear the opinion of Cardinals belonging to the coun tries directly participating in the conflict It is asserted that his condemnation of the war is very violentas violent as his condemna tion of those responsible for it From no quarter has there been any confirmation of the foregoing GREAT NIGHT Division 3 A O H had a great gathering Monday night at the new Hibernian Home on Portland ave nue a real Irish night when Ser geant Maloney Lawrence Mackey Thomas Stevens Thomas Quinn Secretary John Hesslon and Scribe Horan exemplified and conferred the four degrees on a class of nineteen candidates The building was brilliantly illuminated and many visitors were In attendance among them the Rev Father Joseph Mc Aleer of St Patricks James Shea Patrick Connelly John Cosgrove of Montreal and William M HIggIns The exemplification was conducted In an impressive manner the work of Secretary Hession being especially noticeable After the InltRi tion the regular order was resumed the Visiting Committee reporting Peter Linskey and William Hardman as improving An invitation to the coming euchre of the Ladies Auxiliary was accepted and the mem bers were urged to cooperate with the ladles in making the affair a success Much interest vat mani fested In the Social Clubs euchro and bazar to be held In Heptasoph Hall Seventeenth and Main and all present pledged their earnest sup port Short talks were made com mending the division for its splendid work in securing such an elegant home and also for what was being done for the future welfare of the order MOURN HIS DEATH It was with feelings of Intense regret that his many friends and relatives In this city and elsewhere learned of the death of Morgan Vance Kennedy on Friday of last week at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs William R Kennedy 634 South Thirtyfifth street Until tuberculosis forced his retirement eighteen months ago he was em ployed in the office of Auditor of Receipts for the Louisville Nash ville Railroad Company Only a few years ago he was an active athlete and prominent In baseball and football Circles as well as in Mackin Council Y M I Besides his p rents he Is survived by his widow Mrs Leona Kennedy a son Thomas Edwin Kennedy two brothers Will lam F and James F Kennedy and three sisters Misses Julia Mary and Alice Kennedy The funeral was held Sunday afternoon from Holy Cross church Rev Father Brey con ducting the solemn services To the bereaved wife and little son Is ex tended most sincere sympathy SUDDENLY STRICKEN While celebrating her eighth wed ding anniversary with a Halloween party at her home 2539 West Mar ket street Mrs Elizabeth Harper thirtytwo years old beloved wife of John W Harper suffered a stroke of heart failure and expired before medical assistance reached the res idence The home was thronged with guests and the sad news spread rapidly and cast a pall of gloom over the neighborhood Be sides her husband Mrs Harper leaves two small children and her parents Mr and Mrs James Hole han The funeral was held Tuesday morning from St Anthonys church MACKIN COUNCIL Mackin Council Y M I had a rousing meeting and smoker Mon day night when quite a number of applications were received for the joint initiation to be held at Trinity Council Hall on Sunday afternoon November 16 Tomorrow will be the annual communion Sunday for the deceased members of Mackin Council and It is expected the entire membership will be present at the 730 oclock mass and receive holy communion In a body Mackins Social Club will have only two more reception dances before the close of the fall series next Tuesday night and Thanksgiving eve and It is promised they will surpass any this pastfewCATHOLIC FEDERATION The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies will hold Us regular monthly meeting next fhurs day night in the hall of the Knights of Columbus 8lff South Fourth street which should be attended by all delegates Dr Peter S anz the proceedtugs and Rev Clotua Brady C P has been invited to deliver an address on the+ Mexican situation Until further notice the Federation will meet monthly in this hall BISHOP ACTING PASTOR The European war has caused such a shortage In the supply of priests in Mississippi that nigh Rev John E Ounn Bishop of the die compelledtoricks church at Meridian Miss until Rev William Ten Brink the paslorIIs able to resume his duties At present Father Ten Brink js marooned In Holland Bishop Gunn expected several young priests from the AmeiloaB Collage ai Rome but prevailing conditteBB JalCurope have preyenUU their oomliwI e- WE D- OPRINIING FIRST CUSS WORK Give This OIHco Your Next Order DEMOCRATS Keep Kentucky in the Fold by Record Breaking Majorities OneThird of Bcckhams Plural ity Received In the Fifth District st Hats Off to Frank McGrath and the Local Democratic Organization N KLINGS WONDERFUL SHOWING 1 While many Democrats through out the country are mourning the loss of their respective States those in Kentucky are rejoicing over the r recordbreaking majority given Beckham and Camden for the United States SenatorshIp and in addition reelecting the nine Demo cratic Congressmen with the utmost easeBarkley in the First district winning by 5600 Kincheloe In the Second by 4200 Thomas In the Third by 1800 Johnson by 4800 in the Fourth Sherley by 15600 plurality In the Fifth iRouse by 7300 In the Sixth Cantrlll by t 7300 In the Eighth and Fields by 2500 In the Ninth In the Tenth district Langley the Republican was reelected by 3800 and Powers r In the Eleventh by 6000 over the Fusion nominee Thus Kentucky still maintains its same representa tion in Congress nine Democrats y and two Republicans while the two Senators are Democrats The success of the Democrats here is especially wonderful when It is taken into consideration that the Republicans had in exGov Willson 21 their nominee for Senator possibly the strongest man In their party with George W Long and Albert Scott two veteran and astute campaigners in charge of the Republi can campaign The prospects for Republican gains were further en hanced by the fact that the Pro gressive campaign was very lukewarm Burton Vance and Charles i Nicholas the Senatorial nominees not even creating a ripple and the statement of Wood Axton after the election in which he that he 1willhe can find a companion of the same mind in tms State means that he will have to either join the Demo cratic or Republican ranks The Progressives like the American buffalo are fast disappearing and Axtons only chance lor company Is to bring Duncan Clark back to LouisvilleThe of Louisville and Jefferson county are especially proud of their showing in Tuesdays election this district giving Beck ham onethird of his majority in the total vote of the State and ho has stated to representatives of Louis ville Democracy that he Iis deeply grateful for the showing here and that nothing is too good for Louts ville and this district In his opin ion This result is especially re markable when it is considered that in the recent primary Beckham only x received 4237 votes out of a total vote of 15544 In the August primary while last Tuesday he re- ceIved a vote of 21517 which gave him a plurality over Willson of t 12213 and a majority vote of 4324 over both Willson and Vance this majority being exactly elghtyeeveti votes more than be received in the primary for the nomination This showing of the Democracy in this district will dissipate forever any feeling that has heretofore existed or was thought to exist between the Louisville and outlntheState Democrats and most beneficial off alllt will redound to the good of business men here who felt that there was a feeling between them and the buyers out In the State principally because of this factional feeling among the Democrats Gov Beckhams cause in the primary was handled principally by Frank Dugan John J Barry and C Edward Humphrey and to them great credit Is due for their valiant fight in his Interests they laboring under a severe handicap while the success of the ticket this past week Is due to the untiring work ofi Frank McGrath Chairman of tho City and County Committee who wended every faction Into line and the Democratic organization worked together as a unit every ward and precinct worker rallying to Mr McGraths efforts the result being that the victory was the greatest In twenty years and Congressman Sherleys majority the largest In all mentionisthe Seventh ward where Beckham received 182 plurality the Eighth precinct of the Eighth ward where ho received 146 plurality and thai Thirtyeighth of the Eleventh ward where he received 233 plurality these three being the largest in the city while SU Helens precinct In the county was the leader with 157 pluralityThe thehoardether surprIse when Ben W Kling without any organization except that furnished by come ot the druggists 1319andoPPoMdby 1spendthere to candidates for terelectloa and iha AgablekI i ttoaI f m d r o 0 KENTUOKY JRISH A1MERIOA+ p KERTUGKY1 IRISH flMERIGflN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY vi7okd to the Social and Moral AdrHCCBeaeit i Irish Amerlcaataad Cattellci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hlberalans Young Meni Initltute and Catholic Knights of America KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated PuUlBh r SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY sC BnUrcd it tli Lt liTlIU Pottattlc M Bnon4Clug fUtUr AMfMi all CtBMilfatlui 1i tIN SCBNTUCKtY IMSH AMERICAN JWZI Wait oRe Sti I UNION TRADES COUNCIL j LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 1914 s SOME SUCH HERE Men who are traitors to the con r stitution are unworthy any decent citizens respect or confidence politically Men who would strike out the liberty of conscience provis ion from the peoples charter of freedom are enemies of the repub lic Men who flirt or barter with such traitorous bodies as the Guard- Ians of Liberty the Knights of Luther or their kind write them selves down as unworthy the support of honest men There are some such here who will bear watching INTERESTS CATHOLICS The thirtyfourth annual conven tion of the American Federation of Labor will be held in Philadelphia beginning November 9and will continue in session from day to day conventionuhas been completed This conven tion has grown to such proportions In both size and Importance that iIt commands the respect and attention of the entire nation Delegates from labor unions attending Its ses sions come from every part of thet United States and thus In point o numbers It Is one of the largest conventions that meets annually This year the convention will again consider many important subjects 4among which are the necessity to strive to bring about more effectually than ever a better day in the lives and homes of the toilers and to defend the rights of organizations as well as the rights of the Indi- vIdual and family The America- Federation of Catholic Societies has11 been represented for a number of years by fraternal delegates This year the federation will be repre sented by the Rev Peter E Dietz of Milwaukee and Walter Georg- Smith of Philadelphia The delegates at the convention will also be invited to the services at the Cathe dral where the Most Rev Edmond FPrcndergast Archbishop or Philadelphia will welcome the idele gates on behalf of the American r Federation of Catholic Societies and the Catholics of Philadelphia A sermon appropriate to the occasion and expressing the friendly attitude of the church toward labor will be preached by some prominent mem ber of the clergy The convention a Is therefore of great Interest to the Catholics of the United States as 4 well as to the workingmen for the church realizes and feels the importance and dignity of labor and its rights and privileges SENATOR ROOTS ADVICE Senator Roots advice to the American Bar Association was toI man71lawscommon sense as a practical man and a trained lawyer This Is however not merely the attitude of Mr Root but that of countless other men of the United States If there Is ever to be a substantial Improve ment in the quality and above all the certainty of our legislation it must be by following Just this ad vice During the years 1909 to c 1914 our National and State Legis latures passed 62014 statutes I while the decisions of the courts of I last resort necessitated by these laws were reported In 630 volumes 1 1 This seems to corroborate the impression that the remedy for almost everything is to pass a new law It Is not merely a tendency of the present Government to interfere more and more with the affairs of the private individual but to iim- pose the paternalistic duties upon our State Legislatures and Con gress Social legislation of every kind seems to be the passion of our legislators Social legislation is the demand of different parties and different creeds The high cost of living also Is receiving attention and Investigations are made and a reduction of taxes are demanded But social legislation and the H cOiltot living are not differentiated it Is not understood that the latter Is resultant of the former Neither is it recognized that the paternalism is detrimental to our individual privileges and that this State Interference Is subversive of all human rights Neither is Sena tor Rootentirely in the right when lie demands a ceeeatlon of such legliUtion on the ground of admin n ietratlon and efficiency Senator Root M well M those demanding a euratll J8 latloJlforgettkat a vital principle if involved that hII relattooaliip betreentthe State bih tween GoTtrnmant aid tbs JaM 1 c vIdual Is involved The State must not absorb the Individual or the family for it has been created to uphold their rights and not to interfere and deprive- EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES Unemployment in various phases forced itself upon public attention more than usual last winter Thisi winter It threatens to be an eveni more pressing problem The needI of an efficient employment bureau as a gobetween for employer andI employe was never greater that- now The private agencies hav outlived their usefulness and 1 many cases are a source of injury to the community Different cities have established free employment agencies as well as several States notably Wisconsin At present the United States Commission on Industrial Relations Is proposing a plan of a national system of labor exchanges which would require every employment agent to file a schedule of fees and charges for positionsI while a State system of labor exchange in cooperation with the municipalities and if possible with dfe sideratum The buying and selling of labor power Is a most important duty of society and thereforei should receive the much needed attention of the public CHRISTIAN SPIRIT Although It has been proven to the satisfaction of every fair thlnkI thne protest of the Catholics is a fat one in regard to the persecution of priests and nuns In Mexico that their churches and convents have been destroyed that they are totI thee VillaCarranza gang of cutthroats and assassins all of which has been proven as we say yet the editor ot- a local Baptist weekly who Is a1 minister of the gospel strongly protests against the United States Government listening to the plea oft many million Catholic citizens to rI fair play and protection In Mexico and says In advance It Is quite safe to say that our Government wu I leave these ecclesiastical cormorants In the exact position they placed themselves It is not at all1 likely that President Wilson who fis largely responsible for the downfall of the unspeakable Huerta who had the backing of the Catholic party will not come to the rescue of the clerical machine This is Indeed a nice Christian spirit emanating from this minister but what a howl would go up from this same gentleman Iif I i Onetenth of this happened to the proselyters of this brother who have I been busy in Mexico for yearsnn fat salaries but with small harvests PERNICIOUS LITERATURE I The following Is clipped from a Catholic contemporarY and fs espe- cIally applicable to the present situation in the large railroad shops II and factories Jn this city where the Menace is distributed freely- A I I favorite spot for the planting of antiCatholic prejudice is the bl city plant that employs hundreds omen rjjj These men are reached con I stantly by the nasty printed sheets that are dropping down on them I week after week right through the I year It is morally Impossible for these men not to conceive a hatredI for the Catholic church They may be unbiased at the start of the cam paign but the persistent rain of liesI wears away the fairness that Is InIII them and opens upa ghastly hole for tht fumes of prejudice to riseI II trough I VHO IS TO BLAME It is useless the True Voice says to speculate on what might have been donohad the duty of dealin- with the sit uatlon in Mexico fallen upon anothe auffi1nTHr3fffc than that of President Wilson The t is that the President and his Seer tary of State undertook to get rli of Huerta contrary to the advice of our diplomatic representative in1 Mexico CityThey entered de liberately upon a policy that hata brought anarchy upon our neighboring republic They can not avoid t the consequences for that policy now It is useless to plead that they meant well that is not the quee 1 TJajpolnt Is that they dr Itt at l and abetted the very men whtivhavy plunged Mexico into aeondluiJV yjft rtamwi eCvillaatlon dfort ti WINeartlnIetra 1 ttoaetl efeap miwMliimrl a J r i The results of this policy of our Government are deplorable enough Today Mexico fc at the mercy of bandits who care as little for human life for religion or for property rights as does the wild beast of the Jungle Murder and rapine an sacrilege are the ordinary occur rences down there every day Thor Is no longer any semblance of orderly government But then ware told that these things might have happened under Huerta too 1 That Is no justification of the now nor Is It any Justification of the policy that led directly to this horrible condition of affairs fIn Mexico Political expediency Is a poor excuse for denial Qf Justice ft Is so palpably unfair that no one can be deceived by It unless he wishes to bo deceived An uncom promising stand for the right fIs expected from those In high office and any trimming or courting of favor at the expense of Justice 1Is not to be thought of by men We Sear that President Wit son would have reason to be dls pleased with the excuses offered for his policy toward Mexico and for its results We do not think that he wants Ito shirk responsibility for his own veto lSU1POSEiSuppose war to Inaugurate a campaign of proscription against candidates who were not of their faith Suppose they were to resort to anonymous pamphlets and malicious screeds to excite religious prejudice Would they not be denounced and pilloried even by their fellow Catholics for their crime against American citizenship There fis no difference In the crime when the religious issue in politics la raised by others Those who raise It are the worst foes of Americanism They would nullify the first principle of American liberty UNFORGIVABLE All of the pleas for fair play and Justice In New York could not placate the bigots Into rewarding Gov Glynn for his admirable record in office which was offset in thatI opinion by the awful crime of being a Roman Catholic rISt become of the one hundred years of peace humbug about which so much was heard a few months ago and which was being organized to throw dust In the eyes of the American people by a few boosters of socalled AngloSaxon tendencies who were as was said by a Vnlted States Senator more Interested iIn the affairs of Great Britain than f those of their own country rThe percentage of Illiteracy in this country is greatest In the South lorn States where there is little or no emigration Kentucky has 87000 male adult illiterates nearly every one a native The total in the 1State over ten years of age tis 208084 truly a sad showing The day before the election th Herald declared the Fifth Congres sional district the most doubtful fin Kentucky The Progressive organ must have been asleep Duncan Clark came down from Chlcago to tell the Louisville people how to vote And the result I A Democratic landslide and the Pro gressives wiped out IPoor old Bill Sulzer the Im peached Governor of the State of New York has now reached the end of his rope Even the bigots have discarded him Little Christmas gifts bought now will later save worry and rush 3gMarriages between I where the ceremony is performed by a Justice of the Peace are 1not valid In the eyes of the church But they are Valid under the laws jof the State and the decision of the courts Is the church herein placing herself above the State and defy ing the civil authority No The church Is doing only what the law concedes her a right to doprescribing the conditions of membership within her own community The attitude of the church on the mar riage question amounts to declaring that any Catholic who marries before a Justice of the Peace makes his exit from the Catholic com munion dishonorably discharged There is no conflict with the laws onginterpret apply the laws of the Jand must rule that Catholics married before aiJustice of the Peace are validly married under the statutes In becoming a citizen of the United States- manI yields up certain rights and accepts certain duties In becoming a ember ot the Catholic church a mantalso yields up certain rIghts such as marrying before a Justicend Accepts certain obligations such as that of the Easter duty In I this there is no encroachment of the liberty of the citizen because ones I membership in a church is wholly a I matter 0 free will And the sane dons are floral sanctions M NY NOT REAL Among tKe entire membership of AaierfaanRevoluttoa a real dangYteref- 5 7 n un 1 S0 ETV XfJl v QiCal6Ct ii8iiOei returneddhicngo visitedefriends Latonta the past week Mrs Emmet Kennedy has returned from a visit to friends in Cincinnati themweek in Cincinnati on a business trip Mrs Walter Lincoln entertained her eighthand euchre club last ThursdayIMrs E F Bohne had Miss Willie Shannon of Lexington for a guest this week Miss Alice White is visiting her cousin Mrs Peter Callan in Yonkers N Y pastdweek at Mrs John Mahoney Mr and Mrs J B Wathen Jr have returned from an extended stay at Martlnsville Ind Mr and Mrs Bernard Schaefer moved into their new residence in Grainger Court this past week Mrs Matt Connlffe of the Highs lands had for her guest for several days Miss Mae Kast of Parkview Miss Marie OBrien has gone to Detroit where she will visit Mrs Raymond B Glemet until December 1 Thomas Shea spent several days last week with his niece Mrs F X Newman and family at Mitchell Ind Mrs Julia Callahan has returned to her home In Alton Ill utter a visit to her nephew John F Sullivan Mrs Martin Tellon East Fourth street New Albany has returned from a visit to relatives in Indian apolis Miss Anna Cunlff has been very ill1 and confined to her home at 127 East Breckinridge street for the past three weeks Mrs Fred Kellner spent last wee sistersTMrs William Weitzel and Mrs Will lam Mandeville Harry Wedekeniper and wife were weekend guests of Mrs Jerome Weitzel and family at the Capital Hotel Frankfort Miss Bertha McManus of New Albany returned Saturday tram Chicago where she spent several days with relatives Miss Gertrude Egan who has been visiting Miss Wllhelmlna Waller returned Sunday night ton JierTiome In Memphis Miss Elsa Stein was hostess to a dinner Monday evening at her home In Portland in honor of Miss Marlon Rau and Thomas Neafus Mrs John Charlton after a pleas ant visit to Mrs Peter Campbell and Mrs Mayme Eady left Wednesday for her home in CovIngton Cary Burns who was here for a ehort visit to his aunt Mrs L Mc hisestudies at St Josephs College Mr and Mrs Thomas Flynn of Terre Haute are visiting Mrs John Egan sister of Mrs Flynn at her hqmo 1638 King street New Al bany Peter Jennings of Walls Miss has rejoined his wife who has been here on a visit as the guest of her sisters the Misses Finegan of South Sixth street Misses Margaret and Evelyn Sweeney entertained a number of friends with a Halloween party Saturday night at their home in Jeffersonville Ben J Sand the Government lm migration Inspector who has boon home on a visit will leave Tuesday accompanied by Mrs Sand for Detroit where he Is now stationed Mrss Emma C Fritter has returned to her home In Fredericks monthbdNolan end family 1633 Bank street daughterMuss betheter Mrs Leo Hamilton at the Ham ilton apartment in the St James The engagement of Miss Ivy Berry and Frank Rood both popular res idents of Jeffersonvlllo has been announced Their marriage will take place this month and Rev Father Halpin of St Augustines church will perform the ceremony Miss Alice Schaulie who has been spending the summer in Santa Fe and other points in New Mexico has arrived home While on the return trip she visited relatives and friends In Denver Kansas City and St Joseph and also spent some time in ChicagoMiss Mary E Malley and Andrew X Drlesbach were united in marriage Thursday morning at Holy Trinity church New Albany Rev Charles Curran performing the cere mony Many friends of the bride and groom were present to tender congratulations Mr and Mrs L B Reilly of 938 South Seventh street entertained Wednesday evening in honor of their first wedding Anniversary but were given a surprlse party the evening before by a party of friend and 1 relatives who anticipatedi the wed ding celebration 1 t n- r Mrs Mary Donahue of 934 West bak street entertained her euchre club Thursday evening with the following guests present Mr and Mrs Hugh Madden Mr and Mrs M Thornberry Mr and Mrs Rich ard Tallon Mrs Julia Carlisle Mrs Bridget Butler Miss Mary C Car roll Miss Julia Madden and Pat Madden Louis Benedict Schuhman is the name of a welcome little visitor who arrived last week to reside with Louis and Cora Schuhman at the home of Grandma Mary Canty 2502 West Walnut street The christen ing will take place tomorrow after noon and will be celebrated by a reception for the friends of the proud parents Mr and Mrs Henry Bloemer announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Emma to William C Stone the ceremony to take place at St Peters church on Thursday November 26 at 9 oclock a m to be followed by a reception at the homo of the brides parents 1700 Gallagher street The prospective groom iis a son of Mr and Mrs Ed ward Stone of West St Catherine street is a clerk in the employ of Edward E Graviss and has a host of friends who wish him and his bride a happy and prosperous mar ried life Invitations are being Issued an nouncing the approaching marriage of Miss Ella M Scally to William F Holleran which will take place at St Patricks church on Thursday morning November 19 at 630 oclock Very Rev Father Cronin to perform the ceremony The bride tobe iis a daughter of Mr and Mrs Patrick Scally and iis a pretty and accomplished young lady who has always been especially popular in Catholic social circles while Mr Holleran Is well known through his connection with fraternal societies being prominent with the A O H of which he la an active member and is a member of the local firo department After a wedding tour they will begin housekeeping at 624 South Twentythird street G Bernard McGinn and bride who was Miss Elsie M Zlnk have returned from their wedding trip and are at home at 303 East Col lege street This announcement will come as an agreeable surprise to their many friends and admirers Their marriage was a very quiet one and took place at the Cathedral rectory on Thursday afternoon of last week Rev P M J Rodk per presk The attendants wore A T Horrlll and Miss Emma Peak Both are widely known socially and for them many wish a long and happy mar rled life The groom is the son of Col J P McGinn and Is one of the owners of the Pearl laundry works and the bride is the handsome and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs George A Zink WINS TELL CITY GIRL Bans for the marriage of Chris tian Schuhman of this cutyrand Miss Louise Troll of Tell City Ind have been announced in St Pauls church by Rev Father Thie Tho wedding wjll take place this month and will be attended by a number from Louisville WITH TIrE STOIC Patrolman Robert OReilly of the Sixth police district has recovered from an illness that confined him to his home for five weeks and Ser geant Mike Cross who was Injured at a fire last week expects to soon return to duty There Is no material change In the condition of Patrol man J J Burke who has been ill for several months and Station keeper John Helnzman who was stricken with heart trouble last February continues In a very seri ous condition BISHOP FOLEY The Right Rev Bishop Foley of the Detroit diocese was eightyone years old on Thursday Bishop Foley was ordained in December 1856 and consecrated on November 4 1888 Under him the church has made wonderful progress In the city of Detroit there are now forty four parishes with churches besides a great number of chapels ANOTHER BIRTHDAY Hon Edward D White Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court was sixtynine years old Tuesday The Chief Justice who is a practical Catholic enjoys the confidence and respect of the bench and bar ot the country from whom he received the most hearty con gratulations and best wishes I ESCAPING ENGLISH SERVICE t Four hundred Irishmen from I sixteen to twentyfive years old c came over from Queenstown in a body on the steamer Cedric whichII reached New York last Friday TheyII declined to say if they had come toII America rather than enlist In the British army but did say they came here to look for work It was reported among the other passengers that they had left Ireland because an Irish labor leader had convinced them that the British Government was soon to enforceconscription in Ireland A STORY OF FATHER BURKE Father Burke the great Domini can preacher had a great fondness of riding on top of an omnibus Once when doing so after a long church service in Dublin he pro diced his breviary and was soon deep in its contents A well known evangelical sitting near him took upon himself to comment upon the act The Lord tells us he said that when we pray we sHould not be as the hypocrites who love to pray in public andat the corners jf the streets that they may be sees by men Now he added whoa J pray I enter into my closet and when I have shut the door 1 pray in secret Without looking upFatherl1 Burke replied aloud Yes and you get on the top of an omnibus and ell every one about IlL N I CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisvile Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic W W Ma VV W VI M WHEN IN NEED OF Cut Flowers or Design WorK CALL OR VISIT I THOMAS DE SPAIN FLORISTHome Phone Shawnee 868 2344 West Chestnut Street Central Coal and Iron Co INCORPORATED 207 PAUL JONES BUIL- DINGCOAL Render Jellico Smokeless Anthracite AND 1800 UP AND 1250 MADE TO Home City W of Home Phone Shawnee 5253 Phone For A Case City Cumb South OOOY + i Office and and OF Ute News That Will Interest Members Here and A now council has been instituted at 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PROVIDENTIAL First Postulant of the Sisters of Mere In the United States I Eliza Jnne Tiernaii Sacrificed Her Life in Typhus Fever Epidemic Her Father Was Presidentof tub Baltimore Hibernian Society ACTIVE LIFE IN PITTSBURGH By James A Rooney LL D So many Instances are on record of needed funds being unexpectedly and almost miraculously provided for Catholic enterprises apparently threatened with delay or failure unless financial help was forthcom ing that the acquisition by the Sisters of Mercy in the early days of their struggling foundation in Pittsburgh of a large fortune with their first postulant may be re garded as another of these provi dential interpositions The father of this first Sister of Mercy in the United States was Luke Tiernan who died in Baltimore on November 10 1839 He was one of the most prominent and successful Irish Catholic merchants of his day Im porting general merchandise In his i own ships It was he who brought over from England the first locomo tive for the Baltimore Ohio rail road in which he was largely In terested and of which he was one of the Incorporators securing for that road the first charter granted in the United States He was a native of County Heath Ireland where he was born in 1757 He settled in Hagerstown Md on emigrating to America In 1784 and there he married Anna ONeil In 1793 and moved to Baltimore where in a long and prosperous career he amassed a large fortune He was always Interested in any movement to benefit his church and his fellow countrymen and was noted for his many charities Being one of the original Trustees of the Baltimore Cathedral It fell to his lot to pur chase the property on which it was built As President of the Baltimore Hibernian Society he cooperated with Father Moranville pastor oC St Patricks church in establishing the first free parochial school in Baltimore He Was also one of the committee of seven citizens ap pointed to provide for the defense of the city at the time of tho bombard ment of Fort McHenry during the war of 1812 He died at the ripe age of seventytwo leaving an Im mense estate to his widow his two sons and two daughters one of whom Eliza Jane Tiernan took her large share with her into the com munity of the Sisters of Mercy in Pittsburgh to which city she removed after the death of her mother in 1841 The Sisters of Charity from Em mitsburg under Sister Isidore Fisher who later on April 9 1846 entered the convent of the Sisters of Mercy had already been intro duced into tho diocese by Father OReilly in 1835 and were in charge of the orphan asylum and St Pauls parochial school and in 1843 Bishop OConnor on his way to Rome secured in Ireland a band of Sisters of Mercy under Mother Mary Frances Warde and they reached Pittsburgh on December 21 of the same year taking possession of a fourstory brick building on Penn street as their first convent Before the Bishop left for Europe Miss Tiernan had consulted him with a view of going to Ireland to make her novitiate there at the mother house of the Sisters of Mercy but as her family and friends interposed strenuous objections ho counselled delay saying to her Dont be in too great a hurry we may have Sisters of Mercy here yet When they really did arrive she succeeded In reconciling her relatives to the step she had so long contemplated and she entered the convent as the first American postulant February 2 1844 The first ceremony In the convent chapel took place a few weeks afterward on February 22 when Miss Margaret OBrien afterward Mother Superior of the Chicago con vent who had accompanied the Sisters from Ireland received the white veil The second ceremony to which the public was admitted was the profession of aster Mary Aloysius Strange one of the Irish novices and the conferring of the white veil on Miss Tlernan as Sister Mary Xavier Bishop OConnor MaryXiavlerThe Sisters opened their first school In the Penn street convent openedStopenIngand House of Mercy and many other accessions came to their ranks Including Miss Elizabeth Mc Caffrey of Cleveland daughter of Dr McCaffrey of Cleveland Miss Eliza Wynne daughter of Major Wynne of Pittsburgh the Misses daughters Miss Frances Brown of Washington ofHarrisburgThe Sisters Hospital was in charge of Mother Mary Xavier Tier mlqofon the victims exhausted a delicate constitution and she was attacked by virulent eryglpelw from which she had not the strength to rally and she went to her reward March 9 1848 HePSwas the first real Catholic funeral in Pittsburgh Bishop priMtn students and laity walking procMMlonally to the earns tery where her remains were laid StFrancist ICE- CREAMPLAIN OR BRICK For Family Party and all Social and Society Gather ings Purity Guaranteed Vanilla per gallon Fruit per gallon 710II Brick per gallon 100II WATHENPhone 439 OH G HST- SUCIETYDIRECTORY 1 A O 11- DIVISION 1 Second and Fourth Thursday Lleder kranz Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDermott Recording Secretary Walter CusickFinancial Secretary Joseph Far rellTrcasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tlai Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will iams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice PresdentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Elgh teenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rellSentinelM J McDermott YO Nt I MACiaN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentGeorge J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President Fred Schuler Recording 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 Frank Geiler W A Link Chas Schuler SPLENDID PAMPHLETS Appended is a list of twelve splen did pamphlets published by the Civil Service Commission of the American Federation of Catholic Societies the reading of which we earnestly commend They may be ordered singly or In lots from the office of the Secretary 4344 University building Milwaukee Wis They are selected from a stock of several hundred and are as follows i What Shall Our Catholic Socie ties Do containing a wealth of suggestion and programme for ef fective social work Thirtysix pages i Single copy three cents JLOO copies sn Why Socialism Is Opposed to the Trade Unions a powerful arraign ment of the tactics of Socialism in the organized labor movement by P W Collins Thirtysix pages 2 per 100 Womans Suffrage a Social Problem The argument against the full political equality of men and women is made to meet the require ments of scholarly and Christian treatment by Archbishop S G Mess= mer D D Thirtysix pages one copy three cents 100 copies 2 Socialism by Goldstein and Avery Per copy fifty cents The following are one copy five cents twelve copies fifty cents 100 copies 4The Condition of the Working aovarumonthe Catholic viewpoint on the social problems of the day a discussion of different remedies and the remedy proposed by the Catholic church The pamphlet contains an analysis of the encyclical outlined for study purposesBiography of Pope Leo XIII Catholic Answers to Protestant Charges 4 Christian Science a study of the history of this movement its principles and practices from the Catholic viewpoint The Franciscan Order History of its origin its present state and in fluenceAn Socialismbyquestions What is Socialism WhWorkingmen y The Llylng Wage by Rev John ARyana definition of the living wage with tegfOundB of the claim Dar lnlBmtthe decline of Tutfd an examination of its philosophy wOAI19Ni I The women ttMorrafk rs 1m sCfci cage number 21888 n 0 THE TRUE LAYMAN The Catholic layman who is truly worthy of the name is one who knows and confesses and practically recognizes that true nobility of Character is Justice crystallized and that success is duty done ef fectively and valiantly Such a man habituates himself to untiring fidelity to obscure duties no less than to duties that are conspicuous selfIcontent with the commendation of the Almighty He can not find it In his heart to harbor malice re sentment or vindictiveness Though envious calumny may sometimes tip the tongues and pens of others In his regard he Hoes not retaliate in kind In his living he Is upright and unsullied In his thinking he sufficientlyIndependent he has a mind and Will of his own If he has knowledge he is willing to impart It to others If he tyis wealth he is truly charitable to the poor for Gods sakenot to blazon his name upon his contributions nor with smug religiosity and self satisfaction to proclaim to the gaping multitudes that earth is pUbliclifeand neverfailing sense of fairness honor and highmindedness EMPEROR WILLIAM william1sThe principal characteristic that binds the people of Germany to their leader and ruler Is his sin cerity When he tells his people anything concerning the Government they accept It with Implicit confi dence a confidence which he seems to have never betrayed When self government takes the place of monarchial government no ruler will be more heartily and unanimously elected to preside at the head of the Government than the Emperor of Germany It is well for Americans to know and remember these facts for In case men prominently con nected with the European conflict speak the sincerity and trustworthi ness should be taken Into considera tion This Information does hot come from a German source but from a neutral American viewpoint It is given by an American who ear nestly favors equal Justice toward all nationalities LATEST IN STYLES Longer tuanques will be the task Ion of spring From now on skirts will be made fuller but not shorter- A large degree of popularity Is predicted for the short spring coat Fine black coats are made with military collars and artillery capes Some of the new dresses have their skirts cut full and no over skirtsSilk ratine plaided or striped is used for charming girdles and trim mingsSatin and chiffon is a favorite combination for the dark colored blouseCorbeau blue with brown Is a combination much prettier than it soundsMany of the new laces are embroidered with gold and colored threadsSome of the new Jackets are made with belts showing In front but hid den under the Jacket in the back Concerning the spring fashions Parisian leaders feel sure they will be less frivolous and less immodest All styles for the winter are set longbreathperiod of mental calm PAT AND ins AIM Pat was a witty young recruit who was taking Instruction In marksmanship says the Argonaut The squad had finished firing Pat was brought to task for his poor shooting and told that he must do better at the next distance there were to be seven rounds of quick firing Now Pat the Sergeant told him fire at target number five Pat banged away and hit target number four seven times In succes sion What target did you aim at asked the Irate officer Number five sort answered Pat And you have hit number four every time Bedad sor retorted Pat that would be a grand thing In war Sure I might aim at a private and hit a glnral JELLIED GRAPES I A very delicate dish is made of onethird of a cup of rice two cups of grapes onehalf cup of water and two spoons of sugar Sprinkle the rice and sugar among the grapes while placing them in a deep dish pour on the water cover close and simmer two hours slowly In oven Serve warm as a sauce or cold as a pudding If served warm Increase slightly the proportion of rice and sugar COTTAGE PUDDING tablespoonfultablespoonfuls sugar add two tea ahalftablespoonfuls flour mixed and teaspoonfulbaking saltBeat vigorously turn into two buttered Individual tins and bake in moderato oven SerVe with cream wine or brandy sauce TUB DIFFERENCE Catholic missionaries In the Phil- Ippine Islands do not receive a cent missionaries hou0tlOeclal donations from friends in the United States and England MILLIONS WANT HUSBANDS Unmarried women between tieages of twenty and fifty in Great Britain number aver 3000000 FRANK FEHR on BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KIT FALLS CITY BREWING CO f INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Or f V a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt C9 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWINGaCelebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent SAW lt QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN B BRANWALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE RYe IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KYf Y- FBE tSURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY J IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McHenna Distiller Fairfield tty I 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 pur chase Place Your Orders Friday for Delivery Satarday JACOB SCHULZ Since 1873 THE FLOWERS SHOP AT 350 S FOURTH AVENUE HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Barnds of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TilHhoH 1943 234 S SIXTH STREET Give your boys an education that win prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLJEQfc 113 W Broadway SonlsvUle Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymna slum Term Moderate Bro James Dlr THE 2 FAVORITES of LeoisYllles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal In quality and flavor Homemadetlnlolillnade- and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers TW TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET MONUMENTSWe loads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us- a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon MonumintGo 14N MATh THIS KENTUCKY DUSH AMERICAN COUPON- wti t r bqADLIR PIANO FACTORY 4e e ejbo ti Twentyninth asa OYeetuut Iko g arO4 oentlemeu- lLodsvlnelryy Without any obligation ea niy part to Dom ZireC rp 7efame noj 0 A4r 0 0 i THE FACTOKY PRICK g LOWEST PRICEALWAYS 1 rrr U- t I a N 1 UCKV JRISH AlMERIOANr 11111111111 U II II 111111011 SIll OS ++ II 10111 lit tit What the Club Plan Is M c And What It Means to You The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for joining for Instance Tho membership fee on a 2500 purchase would bo 75c Tho membership feo on a 3000 purchase would bolGOt Tho membership feo on greater purchases would of course be in proportion You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For Instance on a 2500 purchase you pay 260 down In addition to the membership fee making a total of P325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance In small weekly or monthly payments When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are purchased at our cash priceswhether special or regularyou will more clearly see that our membership fee Is nothing In comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments FURNITURE OAIUETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OrilER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB PLAN Any further Information regarding the Club Plan will be cheerfully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor JMKfESTABLISHED IN INCORPORATED We OIve and Redeem Surety Coupons +ISllllllllllllllllllllltltlltSltlilllllIIIIIIISIIII FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South 1 ieS NNHieS 4 diie9NVNN B4Nll- r I =y =iThe Last Dollar That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started aIISAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOU twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the I dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming I F Ky0 Title Savings Bank and Trust Co i Fifth and Court Place IIE Open Dally Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m i lIiIII iMmiml w iiii I For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE I 425 427 and 429 East Market Street 1- i NHOiN- d u- t WEWANT YOUR WORKti UI Were Prepared to Do It Promptly and in FirstClass Style 1 v PRINTINGCards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 94- 6IRISHKENTUCKY I AMERICAN 819 MiR r QREK11d r BBT 0 b4M FRANK A OHLMANN t GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES i You Gun Make a Square Meal oOur Round Steak MfeMiMiHT a MM MM riu2 900 frWi Streett ttttH t H I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pat WeekGeneral- News Notes I New Hampshire has a member ship of 2100 Division 3 has still ten candidates ready for Initiation The field day held by Division 42 of Boston netted 1400 Oneida county N Y has ten divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary Plans are under way for divisions at Chattanooga and Jackson Tenn Cape Breton county NwS has nine strong divisions of the Ladles AuxiliaryDivision 4 meets Monday night This division Is preparing for a big InitiationDivision 1 of South Bond Ind enrolled twelve new members dur tug the past month During the year 1913 Division 21 of Pittsburgh Increased Its member ship from 146 to 250 During his term County President John J White has organized three divisions In Newark N J Division 2 had a good meeting Thursday night Its campaign for members will soon show results The membership In Worcester county Mass numbers 4800 hav ing Increased C23 the past yearIThere are now more than 6000 members In Middlesex county Mass and the number Is increasing dally Six candidates Initiated and three applications was the record of the last meeting of Division 11 at Utica N YIn the Pennsylvania State con vention of the Ladles Auxiliary there were 290 delegates entitled to voteAll Hibernians are Invited to the housewarming of Division 1 at Llederkranz Hall next Thursday night The Hibernians of Elizabeth N J have 10000 avallablto proceed with the building of a new club houseFour hundred and eighteen votes were cast in the election for County President In the Philadelphia con vention Pittsburgh Hibernians will cele brate St Patricks day with the biggest banquet ever held there In the Smoky City Ashlands Ladles Auxiliary will Increase Its membership this month A number of candidates are ready for Initiation County contention reports show the Ladies Auxiliary In Connecticut in splendid condition and with bright prospects for the future The Pittsburgh divisions are waging a membership contest for prizes aggregating 150 They will be awarded at the St Patricks day banquetPennsylvania has 164 divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary an Increase of twentythree with 9694 members an increase of 898 during the past two years Open meetings at Dover and Portsmouth N H attended by State officers were largely at tended and will bring many new members into the order In honor of the hundredth anni versary of his victory on Lake Champlain the Ladles Auxiliary placed a wreath on Commodore Mc Donoughs grave at Middletown ConnLists of nonmembers should be compiled by all divisions The Membership Committee can then visit those on these lists and report the result during the membership campaignNew State Hibernians are to be congratulated upon the appoint ment of Rev Father William F Dougherty of Syracuse as their State Chaplain which has the ap proval of Bishop Grimes Reports of tho various divisions show the organization In excellent numerical and financial standing in Syracuse where the County Board is preparing for one of the most vigorous membership campaigns ever conducted n Onondaga county BENEFIT EUCHRE The many friends of Miss Jennie Giles the well known pianist re membering her willingness and kind help for charitable and society en tertainments before misfortune ren dered her helpless have decided to give a euchre for her benefit next Thursday night It will take place in Trinity Council Hall and games will be played both afternoon and night This Is a euchre that should appeal to a large number and those in charge hope It will be well at tended Many handsome articles have been donated POLICE RETURN Statlonkeeper Pat Scally Patrol men William Lucy Con OLeary William Boyle Austin Nally and Sergeant Tom Fitzgibbons have returned from their annual ten days vacation and went on duty the first of the week Sergeant Fitzgibbons spent his leave in the mountainsl fighting fish and game and it is said he made some remarkable catchesenough for a big fish and game supper OLDEST SOLDIER CALLED Patrick Gibbons 103 the oldest man in Butler county died near Reedyvllle of Brights disease Until a few months ago Gibbons enjoyed remarkable health and would often ride to Bowling Green horseback He was a farmer and apple grower Besides his widow he leaves two sons John and Owen Gibbons and one daughter Mrs Ella Runner He was a veteran of three wars the Seminole Mexican and clylL He ltlWshhipensioner at the age of 100 years EUROPEAN CATHOLICS Germany has 28821543 Cath olic France 38400000 and the AufttroHojiparina umpire ISlQft 000 ooerdlng to tile MMt re1glows eennis J1J1tR r RVE 1 i I To Relieve Suffering Humanity 8 Louisville Kr October 1I1S lace about six years I dId not know what a good nights rest was I would nun worn out mr home cares were rar heavy and had no one to help me sYouider the burden ThIs thought near Ir drove me frantic and my health was breaking down but at this writing I tend Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic and- aewteelthat I am myself again That eppiiMlTe feeling on brain disap red Uke magic after the Aral dose of the Tonlo and refreshing sleep returned amd also my health for which I hope that spare the Tonic long to relievegariotig humanltr JlrIIMcMabon town Pa says leafedbiastroubled him since the last two or three nL FREEA tlilq oJGj Valuable Book on Her Diseases end s Sample to any ddre Poor pa lira let the medldae free Prepared by Ray PATHS KOSNIO et Brett Ways lad since ISIS and sow by the KOENIG MED c0 Chicago IIL 82 W Lace Street seer Dearborn ULug Sizei17d16Botbtlfor9A- MERICAN 5 CHRONOLOGY tmely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tory of America By James A Rooney LL D November 8 1908 Decree of Plus X by which the United States ceased to be a missionary country and passed from the jurisdiction of the Sacred Congregation of the Propaganda to that of the local ecclesiastical authorities November 9 1890 The Rev Pedro Verdaguer pastor of Our Lady of Angels Los Angeles consecrated at Barcelona Spain titular Bishop of Aulon and Vicar Apostolic of Brownsville Texas born In Spain December 10 1835 or dained at San Francisco Decem ber 12 1862 died October 26 1911 November 11 1876Sir Edward Thornton British Ambassador at Washington and umpiret of the MexicanAmerican mixed claimsI commission awarded to the United States the sum of 90407079 for the Bishops of California as their share uK the Plus Fund which was paid by Mexico in gold in thirteen annual installments November 12 1515 Death before reaching his see of Francisco Garcia de Padlila a Franciscan friar who was appointed by Julius IL and was consecrated in May 1512 as first Bishop of Santo Domingo the1rst diocese In America first Bishop to occupy the see was Alessandro Geraldlni who died In 1524 November 13 1910Cornerstone of Marquette Hall main building of Loyola University New Orleans laid by Archbishop James H Blenk ground broken for the Louise C Thomas Hall by the Most Rev DIomede Falconlo Apostolic Delegate November 14 1842 Bishop Francis Patrick Kcnrick appealed to the public school authorities of Philadelphia against Catholic chil dren being compelled to listen to the reading of the King James Bible and Protestant hymns and prayers resolution of the School Board to correct the abuse adopt ed January 10 1843 WILL BUILD HOME Through the Rev Father A J Thome pastor of St Vincent de Paul church a permit was issued Tuesday by Building Inspector W J OSullivan to the Right Rev DefllB ODonaghue Bishop of the diocese of Louisville for the erection of a twostory brick building at Shelby and Oak streets the estimated cost of which Is 19000 The building is intended for a convent and home for Catholic Sisters It will have a front of sixtyseven feet and a depth of seventyfour TURKEY FESTIVAL The congregation of St Williams church Thirteenth and Oak streets Is busy with preparations for a grand turkey festival and oyster supper to bo given in the school hall on November 23 This will be the first turkey festival of the season and I i as the people of that congregation are hospitable entertainers it prom pgatThereIng surprises for those who attend and for the lotto games to be played there will be numerous handsome awards 1 i K OP C LECTURE Rev Father Cletus Brady of the Passionlst fathers will address the members of the local council Knights of Columbus next Wednesday even ing his subject being The Present AntiCatholic Campaign and the Mexican Question Father Brady Is well versed on his subject and an Interesting talk is assured those who attend There will be a smoker during the lcturerssesSlos FORTY HOURS On November 15 16 and 17 the Forty Hours devotion will be held In St Williams church Thirteenth and Oak when Rev George Connor the pastor w11lbe assisted by a number of the clergy of the diocese There will be able sermons each evening one of which will be preached by the Rev Dr George W Schuhmann of St Johns HOLIDAY EUCHRE i The Hibernian Social Club will give a grand euchreJ party on Thanksgiving eve JIn Heptasoph Hall Seventeenth and Main for which the doing spnjo Ticketsfearnest1 work have been distributed and the demand Indl I Mtea a socials11 ccees The prizes to- I I be awarded wfilc Mi desirable and Il worth epntendiaglfor r i 0- t it t n IRELANDII Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Miss Creegan late Matron at Limerick County Asylum has been granted 600 retiring allowance The late G C Beale Ballyhooley road Cork left personal estate val ued at 100000 all to his family Regret is felt In South Kilkenny at the death of John Cody pro prietor of the Woodstock Arms Ho tel Inlstloge at the age of forty The death occurred suddenly at Nenagh of Benjamin Cornellle the well known auctioneer who was also a member of the Urban Council The death of the Rev Thomas ODwyer Solohoad and Ooola is much regretted He was an in tLmate friend of the late Archbishop CrokeSligo Guardians appointed Dr John Nally of Ballymahon County Longford to the medical officershlp of the Cllffoney Dispensary district In room of Dr Gray resigned- A verdict of accidental death no blame being attached to any person was returned at an Inquestat Armagh on Major Sliver who was killed while walking on the railway lineIn some parts of West Wicklow flowers are blooming as if we were In May again Wild primroses and apple trees may be seen in blossom just as if it was in the early sum merAn outbreak of fire at the flax and corn mills of J H Currie Bush mills destroyed part of the stock The store Itself suffered a good deal of damage but to what amount is not reported Two houses in Fermanagh street Clones property of James McDon ald New York were recently sold at auction After brisk bidding they were knocked down to William Phalrs Clones at 2000 The death is announced of Dr Samuel Mills formerly Medical Of ficer of the iDonaghmore Dispensary district an office which he filled for over thirty years He had reached his seventyseventh year At Dungannon Crown Sessions Judge Linehan congratulated the grand jury on the peaceable condi tion of the county There was only one charge of housebreaking The accused was found not guilty and dischargedAt of the Carlow Urban Council It was stated that several tenants had been deprived of the Parliamentary franchise in conse quence of the fact that the owners of the tenements refused to pay the local rates Judge Cooke at Donegal Quarter Sessions granted the prayer of memorials for the changing of Donegal and Ballyshannon Petty Sessions courts from fortnightly to monthly there being no crime to speak of in the district The following clerical changes In the Kerry diocese is announced Rev T Harty Tralee transferred to Castlemalne vice Rev Father OShea to Ballybunlon Rev Father Byrne to Cahlrclyeen and Rev Father Lyne l Mlflstreet re places Rev Father Harty at Tralee Very Rev Canon Furlong has been appointed Chairman of the Waterford School Attendance Com mittee and the Very Rev Dean Day Vice Chairman The committee passed a resolution suggesting that the city schools should be closed owing to an epidemic of scarlatina The death took place of Dr P C Walsh Castlerea in his sixtyeighth year He was Medical Officer at the local Workhouse for twentysix years and retired from active service two years ago Castlerea Guardians after passing a vote of condolence with the relatives of deceased adjourned without trans acting further business ANNUAL LINEN SHOWER Sister Mary Martha Mother Orphansnomenounces that the annual linen shower will take place Thanksgiving ThursdayNovember this home are preparing an enter tainment for the visitors and will give them a welcome Anything in the way of bed or table linens un derwear towels waists or wearing apparel for the boys will be most acceptable SODALITY EUCHRE The Young Ladles Sodality of St Johns church will entertain with a euchre and lotto next Tuesday after npon and evening In Trinity Council Hall Baxter and Morton avenues Miss Katherlna Driscoll the Sodality Prefect and Miss Mamie Hennessy of the Entertainment Committee announce that they have secured an unusually largo number of novel and handsome prizes to be disposed of to their guestsCODY GETS PLUM Jils many friends and Democrats especially were glad to learn Thurs day that John A Cody will be ap pointed Postmaster of New Albany within the next few weeks This information was based on statements made by the PostoU1 Department Mr Cody has the support of Con gressman Cox and both Indiana Senators 4ft REMAIN INTACT An opinion seems to have gained ground that along with the rest of the priceless manuscripts destroyed at Loxivaln was the famous collection of beautiful Celtic manuscripts belonging to the Irish College But happily this is not the case as they were removed from Louvaln to Rome about forty years ago and afterward to the Franciscan convent in Dublin At the same time a mass of Irish manuscripts dealing with the lives of the estate was removed from Louvaln to anptberplaoe which lIB at present within the theater of war i 1 i mrm c HERMAN STRAUS SONSrOURTM AVENUE wcPRPOVAT MARKET STREET MENS FAL- LUNDERWEAR 100 UNDERWEAR89c Mens Heavy Jersey Ribbed Merino Fleeced Shirts and Drawers These are steam shrunk drawers have Yeenforced crotcha splendidI valueI for 1 100 per garment 89c 75c UNDERWEAR59c Mens Wonder Wear Medium Weight Ribbed Shirts 59locked100 UNION SUITS 85c Mens Heavy Flexible Ribbed Union Suits made with 85other1 C 50c 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