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D of San Francisco, presided at the consecration ceremonies, assisted by Right Rev. Thomas J. Conaty, D. D Bishop of Monterey and Los Angeles', and Right Rev. Thomas Grace, D. D., Bishop of Sacramento. Wednesday forenoon, September 1, Bishop Glass will be formally installed in St. Mary's Cathedral, Salt Lake. Archbishop Hanna will preside at the ceremonies and will deliver the In- IRISH American PHILADELPHIA Father Harding, as stated, his successor. 'He took charge of the parish in 1749 and remained until his death September 1, 1772. The line of pastors who succeeded the pioneers in St. Joseph's include such names as fathers Mollneaux, Fleming, Carr, Neale, fRosseter, Of Mclnnls, Conwell, 'Baxter, (Hughes, McCarthy and others down to the present day. and It is still In charge of the Jesuits. 1753. waB INDIAN MOTORCYCLES Master of Thorn All CENTURY CYCLE CO. INCORPORATED. 405 West Broadway VOLUME XXXV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. FEDERATION Approves Every Movement For the Betterment of Social Conditions. Recognizes Rights of the Tollers and Insists On Living "Wage. TIPPERARY Begins Weil "Work of Concentrating tho Irish Nationalist Forces. Archbishop of Thurles Confident of Parliament in College stallation sermon. MEMORABLE EXERCISES. "Urges Members to Pray nnd sentation of the complete laundry Puts the Situation nnd Duty of Irishmen Ino Two outfit, the generous gift of Owen Labor With the Pope Ftlr toy Right Last Sunday was a (memorable day for tho Sisters and orphan boys and girls of St. Thomas and St. Vincent's Asylums, the occasion being tho preSullivan, and Its acceptance The gathRev. Bishop O'Donaghue. Green. are today united and determined to have home rule, In spite of all the cheap criticism of facttonlsts and the bitter hostility of the Unionists whose allies those factlonlsts are. In the words of the lArchblshop of Cashel, we are Tesolyed "to adhere to the men and the means that have Father Joseph Greaton, Jesuit brought us within sight of victory.-- ' Pioneer, Builder of Old St. And it Is our duty to give effect to Joseph's. this fidelity by strengthening the National organization and showing clearly that the manhood of Ireland is behind Redmond and his colleagues, and that not even In these Was the Cradle of Catholicity in days of darkness and danger have That Part of the the people been Iedafetray from the World. safe and straight path by the of Faction. CONVENTION State , Democrats Will Bo Held Here Next Tuesday, CATHOLIC PRESS ASSOCIATION. COME BACK Celebrated First Public Mass in Upper Story of His Home. Peace. Sentences. AGAINST RIDICULE OF RELIGION Federation of The American Catholic Societies in convention at Toledo expressed Its approval of every movement that has for Its object the betterment of eoclal conditions. It recognizes the rights of the tollers and, their Insistence on a living wage. It also declares It a. necessary function of legislation to secure these rights and to protect life and limb in mills, mines, facFollowing are the principal resolutions adopted: We approve of collective "bargaining, trade agreements, conciliation and the voluntary arbitration of In- -. dustrlal disputes. We pledge our support to every legitimate effort of organized labor for a living wage, reasonable hours of work, protection of life and limb, work-- . men's compensation, decent and neaitiuui conuitions or me ana tabor. We recommend to Catholic faithful attendance to trade union duties, active participation in the affairs of their union, and unceasing opposition to the abuse of their organizations by the destructive propaganda of Socialism. We pledge our support to "the movements that are combatting the evils of child labor and struggling to "better the conditions of working girls and women In the industries. We urge the formation of Catholic social agencies, which by means of study circles, lecture courses and conferences will deal not only with the problem of the employer and the worker, but of farmers and merchants, immigrants and colonists as well. The unskilled, unorganized workers and Immigrants are specially deserving of our best sympathy and endeavor. the organization We recommend clubs of business girls' In a very special manner and, wherever possible and expedient, the erection of Intltutlonal homes both for single onen and women who are trade-unionis- occupation. tories, in fact in every hazardous J . j ts away from home. Divorce, with permission to remarry, is not only an offense against the law of God, but a menace to civilization and an assassin of family life, which Is the foundation of the nation. We urge Catholics, by every form of propaganda, to stimulate and cultivate a sound public opinion against absolute divorce and to labor for a reform of the existing lax divorce the laws. We heartily commend position taken by the Catholic Lawyers' League, whose members decline to take the cases of clients suing for absolute divorce for the purpose of remarriage. We protest against the printing, mailing or selling not only of obscene literature and pictures, but also of publications which outrage the religious convictions of any class of our citizens and contain scur- rilous and slanderous attacks upon We Christian faith and anorals. particularly urge citizens to protest against dramatic exhibitions and films which ridicule religion, and openly or by suggestion teach The Catholic child has an Inherent right to a Catholic education. To deprive him of it Is to Inflict a grave Injustice on the child arid to jeopardize the civic and religious virtue of the rising generation. Catholic parents have a sacred duty to provide their chil dren with a thorough education in ata strong Catholic Tellgious mosphere. It Is of supreme imat great portance therefore, even the Catholic sacrifice, to develop educational system, not only In the elementary schools, but in high schools, colleges and universities. We look with favor on the esnight Catholic of tablishment Imschools especially for recent migrants and their children to high school, leach the common bcIiooI and college branches to prepare applicants for service examinations, and to familiarize them with their rights and duties as citizens. This work Bhould be taken up with enthusiasm in all sections of the country to safeguard our people against the loss of faith by Reason of the proselytizing efforts qf sectarian organizations. American Federation of The gives Its cordial Catholic Societies and loyal adherence to the sentiments of our Holy Father regarding the peace of the world, and exhorts Its members to pray and labor with him for their realization. CONSECRATED. . The consecration of the Very Rev. Joseph 3. Glass as Bishop "of Salt Lake took plaee Tuesday In St. Vincent's chureh, Los Angeles, where for fourteen years' 'the BIsliop-elec- t )ierved as "rector of the parish and president of t. vViHat's 'College, bad' whore he receive oenftrmatlen By James A. Rooney, LL. D. JPram the "Dundalk (Democrat of Democrats throughout the State dn the records of the register of recent date we take the following, A Timely Thought For Many will elect delegates this afternoon to which will bo found full of interest wills of Philadelphia, Book K, page tho State convention, the district 93, is the following entry: . Ministers to for many readers: conventions today being called at 1 Tipperary has well begun the 'iBe it known that on August 30, Ponder. o'clock. The convention on Tues1753, the last will and testament of work of concentrating the 'Irish naday will be composed of 2,196 deleJoseph Greaton, deceased, In duo tional forces which Is so vital a KNIGHTS' EXCURSION. gates, tho largest representations Ills magnificent donation, the readnecessity at present. Tho splendid form of law was proved, and outside of Louisville coming from ing of which made a deep impression convention at Thurles on Tuesday, probate and letters testamentary Committees have completed ar- - Daviess, with a delegation of forty- on every one present. After 'this tho attended by delegates from every Might Bring Home to Them the were granted to IRobert Harding, rangements for Kenton; Kenl Evil of Their executor named In said will, being given to Jasper the excursion to be two, Fayette with children were treated to Ice cream public body In the county, seventy and iFerdlnand, Tnd., with seventy-eigand Campbell first duly sworn well and truly to and cake and then taken on a de- U. I. L. branches and half as many Campnign. via the Southern railway, on Sunday, with votps. n Tim Toonl lightful car ride through the city by more national associations, was administer the deceased's estate and September 5. Reports received at district conventions will be called bring an Inventory thereof into the Councilman Thomas Dolan and Will-- ' worthy of the best traditions of the Register General's office at Phila- committee meetings this week in- this afternoon at the following lam O'Hare. Aimong those present county which long ago earned the were1 title, 'Magnificent in u'llnnoa Mia nronnntntlon A delphia, at or before September dicate a large sale of tickets, and places: Tipperary." n h district, County of Rev. Fathers Raffo, Driscoll, Monag-ha- y work so well begun must surely STATE PENITENTIARY SHOWING 30 next, and render a true account President Ben Kruse feels confident greatest will be when required. Given and Melody, and Alderman Bar-he- secure the earnest and active supunder the this season. the Knightsexcursion of Jefferson, City Hall In Highland the and people Park. The Campbell, iM. J. Bannon, Edward port of Nationalists In every county 3eal of said office. William Plum-steaof Jasper and Ferdinand are planForty-fift- h district, First ward, .Reg. Gen." Brennan, Charles O'Connor, Thomas In Ireland, so that each may be as this af Tarpy, M. J. Duffy, James Norton, thoroughly organized, as solid and The Joseph Greaton mentioned ning to take an interest In are being Garden and Jefferson. That many Protestant ministers Forty-sixt- h district, Second and Gen. .Michael IRelchert, Sid Uaffo, as faithful to the cause as Tip have lent their aid to the vicious was the Jesuit (Father, the Rev. Jo- fair, and already efforts n made to organize a spirited reception Robert Laffey, President W. T. perary Is. Tho Archbishop or campaign has been seph Greaton, S. J the founder of tor tho visitors. The train will leave Third wards, Shelby and Roselane district, Fourth and and all the officers of tho Thurles put the situation of Ire previously St. Joseph's parish the builder depot at 7:45 in Fifth wards. 320 East Market street, remarked. No doubt same of the first church and(Philadelphia, the Seventh-streCatholic Orphan Society. In land and the duty of (Irishmen into of h these men have been guided in who died August 19. Tho property the morning, and will arrive home district, Sixth and two short sentences. (He said: .Roung trip 11 o'clock. STILL IN ROME. "There are anxious times before their actions more by whatof might bequeathed was the church property about will bo only $1.50, half fare Seventh wards. Renk'n Wnii wimf onrt tickets be called "the tradition the In Willing's alley, and the Robert Jefferson. us, but we are confident that our Forty-nint- h i Miss, Maria National (Parliament will bo bpened Reformation" than by any real deIn a letter from district. Eighth and Harding referred to as Father tor children. Ninth wards, 715 Seventh street. ' Young, a Sister of the Sacred Heart, In College Green If we adhere to sire to harm religion or to stir up Oreaton's heir "was another Jesuit, LARGE HEATING PLANT. Fiftieth district, Tenth ward, tn hew narents. Col. Milton Young the men and the means that have domestic strife. Perhaps on second the (Rev. Robert Harding, S. J., who 112C West Broadway. the of him on his death as and. Mrs. Young, 111 Lexington, she brought us within sight of victory. thought, when they were shown they succeeded ., .Tho congregation of Holy Trinity' Fifty-firpastor. district. Eleventh and " Tho men are the Irish Parliamentary true outcome of their course, states mat sne win uui raum and Old St. Joseph's was not only the church, New Albany, has made many Twelfth wards, Eighteenth America with the live other sisters party, and the means are our own would adopt another attitude In the Improvements during the pastorate Broadway. whole matter- first Catholic church In Phlladel-ohiwho took tho final vows with her on national organizations." of Father CharloB Curran, but none) From present Indications there would be well to remind some It Ht is well for Irishmen 'to have but no other church In the old Aufust 15 at Rome, but will remain be more appreciated than will be no disputes or contest in the in the Eternal City until she has en- the position put thus plainly and of "these men and those whom they colonies dates as far back as It as that will heating plant now being in- - state convention unless some ono is1 tirely recovered from a recent attack simply before them. As the Very have misled of the resu'ts which i place of public worship where, the new entering tne ' Rev. Dean of 'Cashel said at the might attend an attempt on the part unrestricted by the obnoxious laws stalled at a cost of $10,000. The foolish enough to pay attention to of typhoid fever. After . ..I V anvan t 4 1l.nif ..-. are critics and of Catholics to start a paper on the against "Papists" then in force in plant will occupy a separate brick the scurrilous attacks on the leaders' UUIIYCIH ill A1UUUJ, Al. x., DU..t vnnla convention, there and Jefferson1 ago, she served her novitiate In St. croakers abroad who are incapable order of the Menace, exposing the he other colonies, all the services building, and will have a smoke of the Louisville ,t eet in height, and county 'Democracy now appearing In Iniquities of ministers and Prot- af tho church were publicly per- stack ninety-ifou- r Louis and New Orleans convents. of any work more useful than croakHer final studies were prosecuted at ing and criticism. 'Political Cheap estants prominently 'connected with formed at all times. It was tho win supply neat lor tne cnurcn, tne ixmisville Times. Both Stanley be church Roehampton, England, and when Jacks and 'Black Prophets" are brought work. Thus might evil "radle of Catholicity in that part of reptory, school, and the home, of the and .McDermott leaders In this During the trict are nuzzled jih tn thn mnttvA nt home to them the real . . .,.-;-of Providence. were turned Into hospitals nrocla'imtng that the cause is lost, the world. " vv..vv. convents " to the mother house that we shall never see home rulo of the campaign. Inigwhlch they are - Father- Greaton -- was ,an English" laBtwekVlnqctoberAtherevllUbo a thoiHaldeman fternoon organ,, she proceeded, so thoughtlessly engaging. In the man, horn in London, February 12. monster bazar for the pufpose'rof ono'agreelrig'that afte9reprInlarT, In Rome, where linai vows were In operation, that iRedmond has lost matter of Immorality, if tho Stanley would be given united sup- 1697. Almost nothing Is of raising funds to assist in paying lor port taken. Her sisters, Misses Alice and a golden opportunity, that the were to blame tho celibacy his early life except thatknown nnd that there was no question he was the new plant. Spalding Young, also members of costltutlonal movement has failed. of falls to come up In tho convention that for the order, are 'teaching In Missouri And some people aro foolish enough of the priesthood have the few place, admitted to the Society of Jesus in priests which taken would even call for a dissenting GOES EAST. to give ear to them. Because the England, July 5, 1708, though he convents. vote In this district. No later than war has unsettled men's minds; Catholics with much more reason was not professed until August 15, might minister's 1723, after his arrival In America. Charles I. Cate, n former well Wednesday evening Senator Hild LOWEST IMMIGRATION' FIGURES. because It has delayed the coming positiondeclare that the without the safeguards and His superiors sent him to the Mary- known resident of this city and Huffaker, who was ono of Stanley's into operation of the home rule training which the priestly office land mission In 1720 or 172H and prominent in Catholic fraternal leaders here, stated that he did not Tim Inwfist. Immleratlon flcures act; because wo are brought by the necessitates, was conducive to those who spent several even know why there should be a society since 1889 are shown by reports of grim Tealitles of war face to face moral Irregularities which are re- ho labored among the few Catholics years In circles, employment of the contest the obligaand had not even heard that in Ann Arundel county and In Kent the Department of Labor ror tne with the duty of fulfilling we are corded in regard to this profession. and Cecil counties, passing from Government In the construction of there was going to be one. Other twnlvn mnnths ending July 1. the tions to which as a nation "From sources innumerable news Sohemla been ap- - Stanley leaders hero and us net increase In the foreign popula committed, but which many of be- might bo obtained for tho Catholic Maryland, "Manor, the Jesuit house in the (Panamaa canal, has tho Brook- - who perfected the ward the men position in organiza- to Philadelphia. He did pointed to oeen less have never before fully realized; tion for the year having cause many of our old political Menace. It might be noted, for ex- not confine his ministrations to the lyn Navy Yard and reported there tions have stated that they could not than 48,000. The statistics show report of faithful in that place, for he had Monday. returning the from see why there should be a contest! Since afi 7nn immiirrnnt nnd 107.544 non landmarks are for the moment ample, that In Statelatest Penitentiary, the Arkansas furthermore could Panama ho immigrant aliens admitted during blotted out from view by the amoke covering the two years from No- regular mission stations throughout home heme. has been making his for delegates, andthe His wife and children In year, with 204,074 emigrant ana of battle, there has been a certain vember 1, 1912, to October 31, the neighboring country. But im- will leave next week for Brooklyn, not understandTimes. A few of thet the policy of the 17,29, when Irish and German aliens depart- confusion in the national ranks, and 1914, it is shown that eleven of migration 180,100 politicians in the StanJ set in bringing some where they will reside. who ought to 1 hero and there men was refused to ed. Admission preachers by ley camp are the only ones who seem! there Immigration have shown a sterner faith have tho inmates exactly are same num- more Catholics, ho made PhilaItalian aliens. the to have approved of tho Times' delphia his home. This was the INVITE OTHER DIVISIONS. stood aside to listen to the voice profession, 0 showed the greatest falling oft, courso, and this latter class are tho of tho croaker and the pessimist. It ber of those who aro bartenders. year that the building of the fewer Italians having arrived Is a time to try men's souls, and Also It would be Interesting Jo proDivision 4, 'A. O. H will initiate youthful politicians who have to bo afterward to figure so conthnn durlnir the nrevious year. history, was a record DreaKing class at tueir helped in finding their precinct on' not every that claim that 644 of these Inmates travel to Europe decreased staunchness man has shown easier were recorded as Baptists in relig- spicuously In American American begun. meeting the last part of September, election days. 196,385 during the year, comparea times they with wlifcli in Pennsyl- and at tho meeting Monday evening It Is believed that when Stanley were credited. Yet ion, 509 ob Methodists, 103 n as PresThe dispute between months, with tho previous twelve as vania and (Maryland as to the In Bertrand (Hall It was decided to hears of the tactics pursued by the never, since the great struggle for byterians, and but twenty-sevennd there was a decrease of 47.007 the recovery of Ireland's legislative Catholics. Even were we to con- boundary between the two colonies extend an Invitation to the other Louisville Times he will repudiate In the number of Americans arriv freedom commenced, was there more sider the large proportion of hindered any attempt to establish divisions In the city to be present its action, being smart enough to ing from abroad. place of Catholic on that occasion, the Entertainment know that the latter has no follow- need for firmness and courage, for Protestants In the general popula- a permanent Committee being given carte blanche Ing here whatever andthat Its dally cohesion In tho Tanks and for tion of that State (a fact which the worship until the question was SISTERS RETURN. sheets would never when In preparing to receive and entertain insults to men who are deservedly 1731, in October,fidelity to principles and leaders. consider), It Is to be seriously Father Greaton thought it a pro- brother members. Sergeant John strong in the party will be injurious By unity fidelity, at IHoly Rosary sacrifices andthose whoand by the doubted if the proportion fThe teachers of pitious time to look up a site for a M. Maloney and Thomas J. Langan to tho success of the ticket in kept the of Academy and St. Louis iBertrand's flag flying in ovll days gone by, we Protestants In this case is not by church. He chose a location that busy rehearsing the degree team vember. Tho action of the Times school, who have been at St. Cath- have won the victory. iBy unity and far too large, and it might be is thus described by the late (Martin and guards for the Initiation. in their beand Courier-Journorlno's and other places for special by fidelity, by discretion and firm- pointed out with glee that this l. J. Griffin: ".In an trayal of Lieut. Gov. iMoDermott is school work, returned to the city ness, we must secure for our coun- proved conclusively the damnably location, between the Quaker tho attempt to but a repetltion-o- f IJUSV FOR FAIR. last Tuesday. The new Holy Rob-- 1 try the fruits of that victory. We injurious effects of the desert tho municipal ticket jn 1913. and the (Bettering house. ary Academy on South Fourth live in critical times. One mistake sects. When we learn that the Father Greaton selected grourid The State Fair Park is being made When the then State Labor In- street, the improvements of which now may forfeit for Ireland all that Episcopalians had the back of Walnut street, below ready for the big Kentucky State spector, Ben Sand, published a re- twenty-ninare nearlng completion, will bo has been won in years of patient and Buch Fourth, securing a twenty-nin- e and Fair that opens here September 13. port or the (Bull (Moose Mayoralty ready for the opening of the fall struggle. feet front o Walnut street. A large force of men, under tho dl- - candidate's labor Tecord he was dirHence the need for a small sect as the Holiness twenty-nin- e season. When the doors are thrown loyalty to the leaders who have led among the prisoners, the case Of that space a passageway of ection of Secretary Dent, are put- - missed by Commissioner Newman; open the pupils of IHoly iRosary will us to the threshold of this act being applauded by the bout four feet remains to this day, ting tho big grounds In spick-anfreedom. would be strengthened. bo In position to enjoy excellent Hence And such a paper could well to and from Walnut street to the span shape and making changes and Times In a leading editorial, thereby the necessity for reorganizing advantages in educational lines. our forces, for preserving our rally- regale Itself in the published church, the main entrance to which Improvements which will be of Im- - hoping that it would prove a ing centers, for guiding, directing scandals in regard 'to Protestant Is from off of Willing's alley, which port to the fair management and of boomerang to the chances of the AUTUMN FESTIVAL. When Axton and reassuring the public mind, and ministers. These cases, taken at did not exist at the time of tho added convenience to the public. All Buschemeyer ticket confronting the croaker and tho random from among a number of purchase nor until 1746, when buildings are being aired out and hreatened suit for the publication, of The winners of various articles pessimist secret enemy of others, properly embellished, might Thomas Willing built his mansion tho lawns stretching from the main 'he labor record the Times cravenly disposed of at the recent St Aloyslus our cause and the a indeed prove "interesting" reading on the southwest corner of Third entrance to that part of the grounds craw ed back into its with church picnic at Peweo Valley are as buoyant, public spirit in for those who would hllndly hate street and tho alleyway." Two Duroc Jersey hogs, every quarter of Ireland. follows: the Protestant ministry. It is to be John Dixon, a barber, acted as Margaret King, 1757 Mellwood aveThe great bulk of Intelligent Irish hoped that such matters could be Father Greaton's agent in securing nue; White Mountain Ice cream public opinion Is behind Redmond. called to the attention of 'those the property, and he bought from -received by Secretary Dent indicate "" freezer, Miss Kramer, 1638 Lucia His have not for- ministers who are promoting the Adam Lewis and his wife the that the total exhibits this year will In court. avenueo; embroidered pillow, Gar- gotten the services done by him and. (For the last several campaigns the crusade. It would twenty-nin- e feet on and support of the 'Haldeman organs has ret Foley, Pewee Valley; fishing rod, his party, and are not unmindful of surely show them whither, they are Walnut street, 220 feet deep and break all previous records. lf C. B. of C. V. been given grudgingly, although posreel and tackle, J. M. Callahan, 2016 the earnestness, sagacity and states- going. and broadening to forty-nin- e MACKIN COUNCIL. ing as Democratic newspapers, but South Third Btreet. Because of In- manlike policy by which they have feet, next to the property of MAC-KItxart alnravfl Tin fsinnrl in ina f tin SOCIALS' SUNSET. clement weather the picnic had to bo convinced the British public of the tho Quakers, where the almshouse had a rousing rank wh(m the distribution of Mackin Council abandoned early in the evening and Justice of our cause and Induced the had been built in 1729. The price Monday night, when the cai.pie )s handed out, city printing, many valuable prizes, including the Imperial Parliament to concede IreMackin Social Club will give a was 36 sterling and the plot was and the naminK of favorites to diamond ring, were carried oyer. land's rights. Jf this great mass of sunset and vaudeville excursion on conveyed to Father Greaton August work of remodeling and refurnishing- et tho club house was formally inwho in the These will be disposed of on Tuesd- sane and stable public opinion in tho steamer Homer Smith toUay, 15, 1733. Prior to this, however, spected. Every one present was loud lucratlve positions, ay-, September 14, when the parish Ireland been mute and to leave the foot of Fourth street at Father Greaton had built a modest n praise of .President Lynn and the majority 0f cases have been, politfcal ... has lemons aB far n8 personal popufarlt,v will give a chicken supper and fall quiescent, no one who has mixed 5:30 o'clock, This club has a record house and It was In the the d ablilty are concerned. festival on the .church grounds at among the people doubted their for claBsy sunset excursions and upper story of this house that he taste and judgment ofgiven Executive the CathBtated befo,r0 lt- a bellVijd Powee Valley. There will be a Jlnen fidelity to the old principles or their promises that this one will excel celebrated the first public mass In Committee, who have M booth, fish pond, country store, a falthin the leaders who have served those of the past. The vaudeville Philadelphia, (February 27, 1732. ollc young men a club house and theg0 aisruntled efforts' wlil mowit meeting place unsurpassed by any In to a tempC8t ,n teapot and the baby rack and lots of amusements them so well, ISttU it Is Tight that numbers will be high class and will There mass continued to be offered named for old and young, and a glad wel- tho voice of the country should be be rendered by J. Forrest Thompson, until the bulldins of St. Joseph's the city. Committees were a big sute convention should be har-an-d effort will be imade for raonIou8 from the outset, and plana come for all friends, particularly heard, and that the people's adher- Miss Catherine Murphy and the Big chapel, occupying the elte of the 'dratted for a winning victory' In those who were unable to visit the ence to their pledges should be re- Four Quartet, the last number to be prese'nt sanctuary of the church as initiation in November. November, as with only a united picnic on account of the weather. affirmed clearly and unmistakably, a surprise that will delight every- It stands today. BENEFIT OABD PARTV. front can the entire ticket be sucnumbered All will be assured a satisfying sup- at a time when the political enemies body. Chairman Luke E. Cunlff and The first congregation wenty-two cessful. The .Renuhlican onnositlon per ahd a good time. nersonB. of Ireland are making mush of the committee have left nothing un- thirtv-seve- n The new home for the Ursullno this year Is a strong one and the. every pleoe of silly "sunburstery" on done that would make this sunset a Irish and tho rest Germans. But the or the Democratic leaders must not ma, I Catholics steadily increased and in Sisters, who are in charge CATHOLICS IN ENGLAND. tho part of individual Irishmen who success. 1741 ttatner ureaton was given au school of St. Vincent de Paul's parish the mistake of holding this opp have not been able to clearly grasp at snemy GIVBN AMERICAN NAMES assistant in the .person of IRev. comnleted. ana vaic streets, is aDout- tlon too cheaply, In the beginning of the nineteenth Ireland's position or appreciate her and will he ready for occentury there "were only 120,000 policy. We have to make it clear Henry ,Neale, who labored with him 1. A euchre SEPTIOIBER INTRNTIOI Catholics In England: at the end of thai Irishmen as a body are neither The Mayor of Lpuvals has re- - until his death, May 5, 1748, Then cupancy September given to helD and departy will be R there were 1865,000. ;8even fools, ingratee or liars; .that the Father Greaton, nearly senty lotto expenses of building the new The Sfacred Heart Lena years later there were 2,190,000, pledges our leaders have given over .honor of the United tates. .Their years old and almost worn oufi, re- fray lul n.MAB llAwanffAl h. A 11 n tired to the Jesuit house in Mary- house September 6 and 7 in the base- tidn fer September is aae. the number is Increasing every and over again on our behalf we phyftlewas. land, where he died (August! 19, ment of the school. yer. hold to in the hour of trial; that we WI1or and Washington. t Anti-Cntlioli- 'c fifty-thre- e, ht sembled at the St. Thomas Asylum, and Bishop, clergy and spectators were In most happy mood. In accepting the gift Bishop O'Donaghue complimented Mr. Sullivan, the Catholic Orphan Society and every man, woman and child who had ever contributed to the help of tho orphans. The pleasing features of the exercises were the splendid adJ dresses of the five girls and one boy arid the presentation o a feeling letter of thanks to Mr. Sullivan for ering waB the largest that ever as- A TIME TO TRY MEN'S SOULS Some of the Talcs That One IRISH WERE Catholic Menace Could IN THE MAJORITY Publish. 1 The Catholic Press 'Association convention at Toledo, Ohio, completed Jts labors Saturday. The convention pledged Itself to with the 'Holy See In the cause Of and as conditions in Mexico are far from satisfactory, a resolution was passed promising to support any movement that would bring about a settlement of the disturbed order in the Southern republic, on the basis 0f true liberty to Mexicans. It was suggested that one Sunday each year should be s6t nslde for Instructing the people on the Importance of Catholic papers in defending faith and morals. A note of warning waB sounded against tho radical movements of the day, and, tho convention resolved to combat the false principles of these movements without questioning the sincerity of those in error. world-peace, Delegates Will Be Selected at District Conventions Today. Disgruntled Attacks of Loullvlllc Times Will Be Repudiated by Stanley. HALDEMAN WITHOUT FOLLOWING fortv-seve- (Forty-fourt- d, Mee-ha- anti-Catho- lic (Forty-seven- th et Forty-eight- ) ) . . . 1 ..- -. st a, . XT i - - ,. ..... dls-Sist- antl-Cathol- lc party-wrecki- nt light-weig- ht 24,-11- 238,-00- i State-hous- e, , I . ad-lust- ed anti-Catho- lic - No-a- re j i al alms-bou- se non-Cath-o- llc i forty-eigh- t, rs e, one-ha- lf d- d, self-relia- nt fellow-countrym- en anti-Catho- lic one-ha- lf one-ha- pollti-moetl- ng two-sto- ry - ( -- I 11 i 13(1 Q A "S r JKBTTXJOKY I3fiClH Jk.JMOaJBtIGA.lSr MEMORARE. three-fourths KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. EVERY SATURDAY. at Irish Amttkaa Wvated to tlw Social Md Mend Officially Indorsed by Aaolwt Order ot Hibernians, Yoang Institute and Catholic Knights of America. PUBLISHED CASE FOR TIEE JUNIOR ORDER. fr other orders announced as affiliatthe Natlonnl Councilor of the order, the following declaration of principles, taken from the order's advertls-- j lng matter, Is hardly In agreement iwlth the resolutions of the Baptist; leaders previous to the last eelctlon. This is called to the attention of Incorpondwi, PublUhw JCBNTUCKY iniH AMEIUCAN PHINTINQ CO.. the leaders, who may have overlooked tho violation of their principles, SIMPLE COPY gc SBBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR ON-which they say "they will strenuously resist." Baptist Resolutions. Preamble. Junior Order rutur. gilwl t U LljTlHrttlHc M 8efoaj-C- I WHEREAS, The diminant issuo at Wo declare it to bo a funda- W Gmt SI. And so to thee, my mother, to tH MKTUCip WSH AeMWCAN, aU CwaalM. .MrtM mental principle of free government) present In Kentucky politics is State-thWith filial faith I call; f every citizen possesses tho wide prohibition; and For Jesus, dying, gave thee WHEREAS, Tho number, of Bap-t- o ot worshiping God according liberty (As mother to us all. tho dictates of his own con- - list voterB in tho State exceeds all AH rights reserved. To thee, O Queen of "Virgins, Boats leave foot of Fonrth St, 5:30 p. m. . aTTnATul!!gyjc)NaL to as- - Protestant voters combined; and science and pledge ourselves O mother meek, to thee Baptist voters WHEREAS, If these slst In protecting all In the exercise I run with trustful fondness, of that liberty, TOUT WE ARE UT- - are aroused they can carry the State (Like child to mother's knee. MOST in favor of this dominant issue; AND , .SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1915 TERLY OPPOSED Oh, scorn not my petitions, LOUIS VIDLK, KY STRENUOUSLY RESIST THE IN- - therefore be it But patiently give ear. (RESOLVED, That we pledge our ANY OHUROH, And help me, O my mother, religious liberty, and TiERIFERENOE OF NATURE OH support and urge our Baptist papers civil and SOUTHLAND CATHOLICS. WH'ATSOEViER OF Most loving and most dear. schools whore the lessons of religion NAME, WITCH THE TBXEFORAU of the State to use their editorial Sacred Heart Review. SPEND SUNDAY AND LABOR DAY THERE. has more Catholics and morality are Impressed on the AFFAirRS OF OUR COUWT1U, uk columns until the 'August primary "Wisconsin election In favor of those candidates within it than eleven o the South- minds and hoarts of the pupils, THE UNION OF OHUIRCH AND pledged to the support of e Leave Seventh Street Depot SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 'WHATSOEVER UNDER STATE KNIGHTS OP COMIMW. rebecome ern States," Is a statement now Mexico will Rapidly prohibition. Good returning any train up to and including 9:45 p. m. Monday, GUISE. making the rounds ot tho Catholic generated, and her people will learn Thos. H. Plemmons, President. September 6. N. T. Barnes, General Manager. papers. The truth of this has been to appreciate the blessings ot law Coaches, reclining; chair cars, Pullmau sleeping cars. Lato News That Will Interest too fairly established by Investiga and order, and to distinguish true Cox, . Margaret Member Here and ElseMisses Marie tion for us to make any denial; but liberty from the license of lawless Condran, Nellie Fay and Annabel where. one fact can be relied upon, the ness, lrrellglon and disorder. Presl 1 Cox left Monday for a two weeks' Catholics of tho Southern States are dent Wilson has a great opportunity trip to Atlantic City and the East. PREMIER CARRIER OF THfi SOUTH. very devout and staunch. One can to win the gratitude of "Mexico and Several tickets will be In the field do of civilization by establishing and Garrett. .Maloney and wife, iMrs. not understand why the numbers ThomaB Keenan and Mrs. George J. and a lively, election is anticipated not Increase more rapidly when we sustaining a strong and just governMiss Annie McGlll Is spending Butler will return .today from a de- In Indianapolis. the untiring, faithful ment In that racked and torn two weeks In New York City. consider Knights of Columbus day atlightful sojourn at Dawson Springs. rathnifp. tho Southerner is. The country; but ho can never accomtracted a record breaking attendance Mullen has returned .Miss Exposition. TO- Bosjer and, at tho Panama-Pacifi- c Mr. and Mrs. priests who have been pioneers in plish it by choosing his instruments from anJulia enjoyable visit to Chicago. children nnd Miss E. J. A meeting was held Sunday in InFackler were reno memorial from those who have done the theso States need cent vlltors In Jeffertfontown, the, dianapolis for the purpose of ortablets to recall their virtues. They racking and the tearing. Mrs. John T. Lee has had as her guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gregg. ganizing tho Daughters of Isabella. guest Miss Lee Ryan, of Shelbyvllle. live again in tho Catholic families Judge Mulllns, of Denver, directed NOT A MOB. VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY has MoConnell who never tiro ot relating to their Miss Margaret Miss Anita Cronan spent the returned to her home in St. Louis, the conferring of the third degree on grandchildren the children and visiting friends in Frank- after a pleasant visit with Miss, a large class on Sunday at Leadville. The lynching of Leon Frank, the week-en- d There were 122,958 heroic deeds of the priests who rode convicted Georgia murderer, has. fort. Geneva Alderson on the Bardstown, recorded at the Panama admissions Exposition the wildest roads, carrying tho been denounced by tho press in all Baseball, Music and Varied Amusements. , road. on K. of C day. This was a record Miss Mae Adams Lincoln has gone Sacrament to tho dying, or the Northern States. It was a Blessed to visit Miss Elizabeth Depot at 7.45 a. m. Round trip Mrs. J. R. Flanlgan and daughter, breaker. Train leaves Seventh-stree- t how they cared for their scattered crime; but it was no worse than to Paris James C. Rogers, one of the tickets $1.50. Brown. Miss Thelma Flanlgan, have reconstant care, parishioners with hundreds of other such crimes that turned to their home In New Albany plonoer members of the order in to win their hnvA hnon inmmlttpil nvnn In KvrMi. giving their lives Mrs. Raymond Barrett was the after a ten days' visit at West J Kentucky, is a candidate for Mayor guest of relatives the past week at Point. of Lexington. charges to the straight and narrow em stateB wuh the yWe Prestonla. One hundred candidates will reway. never believed that (the nation-wid- e Miss Loretto Tigho nnd her guest, ceive the three degrees at the StateThe foregoing is a just and pleas agitation in iavor or Frank was Miss Ina Kelly, of Clifton, was the Miss Mary Schaeffer, returned this wide celebration of Columbus day at ing tribute that appeared In last wise. ' The plea that he had not a guest of relatives in Owensboro the morning from St Catherine's, where Hot Springs on October 12. week's Syracuse Catholic Sun, and to fair trial was an unproved assump- past week. they have been visiting since North Dakota and tho Northwest which any words of commendation tion. The forces behind the agitation Wednesday. are extremely Interested In the AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Flynn, of Beechmont, Mrs. John J. fourth degree exemplification that are not needed. only intensified the feeling against was last week the guestof relatives 'Nellie (Flnegan will take place at Grand Forks on Miss Mary and him. It was not a mob that In St. Louis. have returned from Austin, Miss., October 10. 1LVS CHANCE YET. lynched Frank. That was the work where they were the guests of their Denver Council had ono of the bigof Oakdale, Is Miss Mary set of spending two O'Hern, with friends In sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. gest celebrations of the year ThursPresident Wilson has yet the of a determined, weoks Peter Jennings.. day night, when Congressman Dan BOTH PHONES 810. of his Indianapolis. chance that would prevent further men who were convinced Grlflln, of Brooklyn, exemplified the is, guilt. They will not be punished. The time war complications. Mrs. Thomas Hynes has had as a third degree. (Miss Mary Brennan has gone to welcome "Evelyn; Miss visitor propitious for him to issue a pro- - They knew that when they planned With visitors from all parts of the Niagara Falls, Detroit and Toronto Monsch.pf Cincinnati, In whose clamatlon warning citizens of the) their ghastly deed. for two weeks. delightful receptions country present the Knights of Milhonor several waukee laid tho cornerstone of their United States against taking risks have been given. MODERATION. new club Gov. house Sunday. on any of the vessols of tho warring Misses Julia and Mary' LaPallle are homo from an extended trip European nations and declaring that; Mrs. Kate Carr has announced the Philipp was one of the speakers. "Let your moderation appear in The Ancient Order and Ladles' engagement of her daughter, Miss this Government will be responsible all things." Truly a wholesome text through the East. Nell Frances Carr, to Harry Carl Auxiliary of San Francisco Intend for neither loss of life or property In these days of the strenuous life, Mrs. John Edelen and daughter, Chicago. The wedding giving a celebration on California ! proclamation Is un pointed out by the Catholic Citizen. Miss Catherine, have returned from Johnson, InofSeptember. when such admission day, September 9, that will be will far surpass any previous festival heeded. This was tho course EngThere are many more business a visit to Mrs. Flora Smith. Misses Annie O'Keefe and Anna of the order. land pursued at the outbreak of the failures because of Peake spent tho .past Mrs. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, war between Russia and Japan. ventures than through any other week InRobert Haven visiting lier r May Whallen had a delightful RECENT DEATHS. New visit with Miss Mary Power In Today England would pay big money cause; more health banruptcies, be- daughter, Mrs. John Hogan. Frankfort, where many entertain The funeral of Joseph Nlchter, Fahle Americans to board cause of over strain than through ment were given for them. beloved husband of Mary Nlchter, ii Charles F. Grainger her vesselsTTiot caring what dis epidemic or contagion; more life Saratoga of Indian- 644 Jacob street, was held Tuesday been sojourning Mrs. John Murphy, aster such acts might bring upon failures 'because ot intemperate has attending the racesatthere. Margaret and morning from St. Martin's church, ' apolis, and nieces, and our country. It Is the duty of habits than through accident, war Florence Doherty, of Michigan City, of which he was for many years a Americans to shun the vessels of the and famine combined. Miss Lula Mattlngly has returned were here this past week as the regular attendnnt. For years he was ; Climb. Mnin SOOS-- a Homo City 299S X We must Miss guests of Mr. and Mrs. James TIghe. with the American Tobacco Comfrom a visit to her cousin, belligerent nations. know our resources and not get Laura Laswell, at New Haven. '1 i.H"H"H"l"H"M"M"l pany. !WM"I"I Besides his wife he leaves H ! HUH t beyond them. We must know our F. Donahue and twelve children and eleven grand IMr. and iMrs. BEGIN AT HOME. strength, and not overtax it. We Mrs. Susan Mullaney, 1634 South daughter, who were here for a visit children. mmVWWitWUiVMUUWVMMUVVUUVUVUWUUWHW Taking his customary fling at the must keep our scheme of lite well Sixth street, returned this week from to their parents, Mr. nnd (Mrs. Wednesday morning the last sad HOME PHONE 88 Louisa month's stay at Hastings, Neb. CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y Lawrence Donahue, South Catholic church and all 'Catholics in within the boundaries of good sense ville, have returned to their home rites took place over the remains of particular a writer of a local Baptist and wise moderation. Paradises Michael Vollmer, of 1910 Charles Miss Mary Lioulse Murphy re In Covington. years a resi street, for thirty-fou- r weekly speaks of tho Immorality of are being lost every day by going turned Sunday from a two weeks Harry Rabenecker and bride, who dent of this city, at St. Vincent de countries, Il- over the line where grows the for- visit to Chicago and Milwaukee. the South American widow, Mrs. His was Miss Feroe Cox, have returned Paul's church. legitimate births, and says that bidden tree. Stop short. Let there Miss Kaherlne Meagher has been from their wedding trip and are BIna Vollmer; four daughters, Mrs. bo visiting In Frankfort, the guest of receiving friends at their homo on Martin Krebs, Mrs. Ed Hermann, halt. Don't Romanized countries lead in Illiter- be a wholesome acy, etc. and Sister This gentleman has ruthless. Don't be rash. her cousin, Miss Estelle Meagher. the Taylor boulevard. Their mar- Miss Anna Vollmer riage took place last week at St. Delphlne, of the Ursuline Order, and evidently overlooked the greatest a son, Jacob M. Vollmer, of John's church. survive Mr. and Mrs. John Gorman, CHURCH HAS FAILED. evil of the century, namely the him. South Louisville, have been spenddivorce evil, and his attention Is (Ferdinand L. Berger and iMIbs WiWWtWWVWVVWWVWWVWWUVMWVtWWWWMWW A severe indictment of tho ing two weeks at Martinsville, Ind. called to tho following: Friends and relatives wore deeply Rebecca Al. Dohn, who were marAnglican church was made recently Walter A. Wunderllch and Rev. ried at St. William's church, have grieved when they learned of tho man William Boylo, and a daughter, In Catholic Ireland in five years In a sermon preached by the Rev. F. Gross, son of Mrs. Mary Schnelter. Three broththere has been granted but ono, W. A. Colllson In Liverpool. Coming James Whalen were among last been spending their boneymoon at death of Pierce Gross, Upon their return, Pierce and Mary at his home, ers, Richard, James and John Nash, week's arrivals at Grayson Springs. Hardin Springs. population divorce to 4,500,000 "THE PARK BKAUTIPUV they will be at homo at 1030 South 618 East F street, Sunday afternoon and sister, Mrs. Hannah Soete.'all from a clergyman of the Established ' Ho was twenty-tw(Congressman Randell)". In Italy, Church, the declaration that the years old, and of Louisville, also survive. Her Hon. John Drescher and D. J. Fifteenth street. Attractions! besides his parents two brothers and funeral took place Thursday morn- Many Added Duano were among Spain, Mexico, Cuba and Brazil there English nation as a whole is prac- registered at Frankfortthelast visitors week. Mrs. J. P. Hogan and two chil- a sister survive him. Tho funeral ing, the interment being in St. Louis no Amusements Galore! Is no divorce at all. 'In Austria tically without religion is sufficiently dren, Robert, Emmet and Mildred, took place Tuesday morning from cemetery. Catholics can he divorced, but New Restaurant. Free Band Concerts. startling. "What we call the Church Mrs. Harry B. Pierce, of Atlanta, of Bowling Green, have been here St.. Philip Nerl's church, Rev. Father Champ Clark, can. Dancing. of England," he said, "has been is here on a visit as tho guest of on a visit as the guests of relatives Ackermann conducting the solemn SCHOOL FUND BENEFIT. Speaker of tho House, remarked weighed in the balance and found Mrs. James Furey, 013 Zane street. and friends. After leaving here they services. High Class Vaudeville. will visit Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Aud at that, broadly speaking, he can wanting. She has utterly failed to Monday evening there will be a The funeral of William H. Grunen-tha- euchre and lotto party in St. PatMr. and Mrs. William J. Brennan Cecilia before returning home. In, Largest Most Sanitary Swimming estimate the number of divorces shepherd the people committed to and family, of South Louisville, are aged thirty-fouwhoso death rick's Hall, Thirteenth and Market, Pool in theand South. n State by first finding out the homo from a trip through the East. Louisville visitors registered at resulted from injuries sustained for tho benefit of the new school her care. The nation as a whole Reserved seats on sale at T. P. Taylor the more (s practically number of Catholics Niagara Palls the past week in- when he was struck by a bursting fund, and a pleasant evening Is aswithout religion. The Margaret cluded Miss Julia iDoyle,' Miss Julia pulley at tho Grainger foundry, took sured all who attend. The hostesses Drug Co. No. 3, Fourth near Walnut. Catholics the less divorces. In this Misses Marie Farrel', poor In our cities know ns Farrel and Esther iFarrell have gone, Kearney, Misses Marjor'e, Emma place Thursday morning from St. country more than a million divorces, extreme bo Mesdames. religion as you and I to Cedar Point, Ohio, to spend three, and Agnes Dalton, Miss Nora Wood, Vincent do Paul's church. With his for this occasion will Howley. (Mary much about Tim 0'l.eary, Dan have been granted tho last twenty know Miss Mae Brcnpan, Miss Augusta wife, Mrs. Gertrude Grunonthal, he Martin, Tom Deyaney, Jacob Sch.uler First Communion Books about bimetallism. Twenty-tw- o weeks. years and one out of every twelve Gerst, Miss Alce iLovett and Misses resided at 904 Samuel street. and Delia Bannon. million people in England go to marriages ends in divorce. Qnly fiis wife two brothers survive Mrs. Harry T. Esterle has been Margaret and May L.yons. ROSARIES no place of worship every Sunday. spending him. the past two weeks at pagan Japan has more divorces. In MOONLIGHT. of 8,000 people have ac Ocean Springs, New Orleans and Miss Virginia Holzknecht and SCAPULAR MEDALS Chicago alone there is, in proportion Parishes John J. Ryan, Jr., were quietly marA cloud of gloom Blloxl. overshadowed The Lathers' International Union many commodatlon for 800 people." to population, sixteen times as ried at St. Anthony's church Thurs- the neighborhood In which she lived will take Its friends up the river for See oar new book, "How to Get divorces as in London, a divorce In Mrs. Mary Scanlon, Third avenue, day evening, Rev. Father Murphy last week when the sad news was a moonlight excursion Monday night Ma.ried." (Reports of disturbances at the ceremony. After announced that Mrs. Annie Brady, on the steamer Corona. guest this week her officiating at the 'the latter city costing about $400, close of tho registration period had as RefreshEvery Devotional Article here. in cousin, her Shannon, of the marriage the young couple left wife of the late Harry Brady, had ments and dancing will be features Miss Anna while in, Chicago they can be had England do not dndlcate tor a bridal tour of tho East and will passed from this life. Mrs. Brady and a prize will be awarded the best , No trouble to (how goods. that the Lexington. for Jess than the price of a Gllette average "Englishman wants to be a go to housekeeping on their return. Is survived 'by three sons, William, lady waltzor. Tho boat leaves First-streBafety razor. (See Judge Baldwin's1 soldier. The working classes seem to Harry and Charles Brady, and a Mrs. Mike A. Wall and daughter wharf at 8 o'clock sharp. SODALITY ANNIVERSARY. Rogers Church Goods Co. figures in Birmingham Herald, sister, Mrs. Rlckle Snyder, 1824 Miss have concluded that this is not their ing Evelyn Wall, have been spendSouth Second street. The funeral the week with relatives In liXJOKY JOHNNY nOGAN. 15, 1914.) war. Instead of enlisting they are Indianapolis. 129 S. FOURTH AVE. Tomorrow the young women mem was held Saturday morning from St bers of the Sodality of St. Rose of Louis Bortrand's church. striking for better wages. We be(In .the awards of the St. Louis PRESIDENT'S OPPORTUNITY. parish will In Great lieve that conscription Mr. and Mrs. William J. Brennan Linen of St. Martin's Bertrand church lawn fete John T. Qlv jronr toy an laocaHon that will celebrate ho anniversary of tho soprepsxa them (or life. , The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Hogan was awarded the What Mexico wants Is a govern- Britain is now inevitable. It is the and children have Teturned from a dality. Solemn high mass will bo City and other trip to Atlantic Hertel, an aged and respected gold piece which Tvas disposed of by ment that will govern. She wants a last hope of getting the Englishman EaBtern points. Bung at 7 o'clock, during which there resident of this city, was hold Tuestho country store booth, he being ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE government that will keep Its hands to fight. will bo general communion of tho day afternoon from her residence, ono of the leading workers at this 113 "W. Broadway, X.oalsvllle, Xy. Misses Margaret A. Lucey and members. At 2:30 p. m. solemn ves 1427 Qulncy street, the Interment booth. off the Catholic church, the church Condocted by the Xaverlan Brother. It your name is not on the list ot Lucille E. Welleman have returned pers will be sung and a festival ser- being in St. (Louis cemetery. iMrs. op the people, and will second the DuslneM and Scienttno Classical, mon delivered. Large EUCHRE AND LOTTO. Hertel Is survived by five daughters, Courses, Preparatory Department.Oyxaea-tuchuich's efforts to preach and teach pewholders, how la the pastor to after, a visit to Mrs. M. J. Sullivan Swimming- Pool. Well Equipped (BenMrs. Louis Horntraeger, IMrs. know that you aro a member of his In Indianapolis. Terms Mnderata. Bro James. Dtr respect f6r the commandments ot SUTPER AND EUCnRE. jamin Otte, Mrs. Bery Whltehaus, A euchra and lotto party has been God and the laws and authority of parish? This Is Important in case of Mrs. George Lenz, 3Iiss "Margaret announced for next Wednesday afterJohn M. Casey and son Dave, of Bhelbyvillc, were h,ere Saturday, on The congregation of St. Columba's Hertel; two eons, Frank and John noon and evening by the people ot riflo and wont to tho church where the State. The electoral franchise emergency. route to Detroit, whore they went church will entertain with a supper, Hertel, all of Louisville, and twelve St. Frances of Rome church, Payne ho hold the two men, who wero ran should be confined to men who euchre and lotto next Tuesday after-- grandchildren. She also leaves three and Cavewood, for the benefit or the sacking the building, until officers or a All reports relating to the Arabic on a business trip. poaseM a certain Income, noon and evening In the school hall, sisters and two brothers, who resldo Altar Society. Many handsome and arrived. came from iLondon, cens.red before certain quantity of and Jefferson streets. In Indiana. useful articles will be awarded, and Mrs. J. M. Farrel and daughter, Thirty-fift-h SURELY INSANE. means of owning land being sent out. The real facts have Miss Allqe OParrel, and Mlsfl Mary Tho ladles of the congregation are all who attend will have a chance lands. T St. Patrick's parish mourns the on the gold pleco, the capital offerBrennan have gone to New York preparing to serve a bounteous and be placed within the reach not yet been received. should appetizing supper to their guests on passing of Mrs. Mary McClafferty, ing. Some fanatic, probably insane, and Atlantic "City. ' who has been identified with the ,of men willing to work it, And went into the Denver Cathedral on that date. FOR VACANT SEE. Tuesday of last w.eek and tore down fcrery man outride of those entitled church for many years. Mrs. McPRIEST CAPTURES liOOTERS. Mrs. Patrick Ansbro, 512 Illinois all tho name signs over the conGREAT UHSn TENOR. Clafferty was found dead in bed law should be compelled under aa her Catholics goselp is associating avenue, Jelfersonville, had C. 11 Cronln, rector of the fessionals, leaving the fragments on Tuesday morning at her Home, 1811 The Rev, J. penalty to surrender It has been lannounced In the the names of "Bishop ILillie, of 'Kan- gueet the pat week Mrs. H. musical papersl that John McCor-mac- Ouncan street. She was married Holy Rosary church at Rosalia, the floor. It is presumed that the ot Memphis, Tenn. &nd military equipments that sas CKy; Bishop Dunne, of Peoria; a person vandalism was the Irish tnor, recently signed fwice, her first husband being the Wash., captured two burglars la the Inflamed by the work ofliterature, lRockford: of nave to a governifeeat offi- - nlehnn ."Muldoon. Besides her church last Thursday night The Misses Elizabeth and Hanna Belle a new contract lor a period of two late Patrick Boyle. Bishop period. "With Byrne, Carroll, of Montana; Bishop Qrfnam, of Martin's Ferry, Ohio, years, by the terjras of which he Is husband, John McClafferty, she is priest was asleep in the parish house and who, wished ekher to show his & given of Nashville, and 'Archbishop Investment, eroteetlon Kennedy, of Home TvKh the succes- are vialting Mr. and Mrs. M. J. guaranteed a Bum approximating a I mrvlvAfl "hv flva OATut rP1inmsa when aroused by a light flickering in disapproval ot oonfeeelon or ot the Harry,. John, James H. and Patrol- - a window of the church. He took a tltte "Father."1 quarter of a nalllon dollars. Hpfan ob Christy avenue. Miring people, absolute sion to we of 'Chicago. A4Tcet aai Cafte1lc Mn's that the Junior the Fraternal day celebration, of the parade (only three ing), and thoorator of the day being Owing to the fact In Order Is the most prominent ftctor that organization comprising Remember, holy Mary, VTwas never heard or known That any ono who sought thee And made to thee his moan, That any one who hastened For shelter to thy care, "Was over yet ahandoned And loft to his despair. No, ever Blessed Virgin, (Most merciful, most kind, No sinner cries for pity Who does not pity find. Sunset and Vaudeville BY MacKin Social Club STEAMER HOMER SMITH SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1915 ROUND J-- at $5.00 TRIP ST. LOUIS State-wid- SOCIETY. SOUTHERN RAILWAY Catholic Knights Excursion JASPER AND FERDINAND, IND. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1915 fORAN W. SMITH'S SON-! Funeral Director and Embalmer cool-head- 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET ''I"Il''I''1"'a"IHMM"MMIW"M'M leet0d)34 f -- DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH ovor-ambltlo- us or Funeral Directors arid Embalmersi BOTH PHONES. HM-H-- M ! ! J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 Bat Moin et. FONTAINE FERRY . o non-Cathol- l, r, Bo-sid- es et Oc-too- er 1 1 ten-doll- ar - m. 1 crop-growi- Mln-na- n, k, anti-Cathol- the fiCEXNTIVCrOHI-Richland, Wis., was recently cursed by a wave of Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly bigotry. Miss Ella Fort James, a urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements prominent Protestant there, sent to the Richland Democrat a noble they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readletter In which she pays a high triers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. bute to the maligned Sisters. We quote: AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES SHALE BRICK "The writer was educated in a MADE BY Distributors Ot convent, and for slk years lived Co. Coral Rldgo Clay Product FEDERAL TIRES among Catholics. Not once in all are the VULCANIZING that time was any effort made to BEST BRICK MADE IN Induce her to enter the Catholic FALLS CITY VULCANIZING CO. JEFFERSON COUNTY 1101-0- 3 faith. No Influence of thlB kind was East Broadway Bldg. brought to bear upon any of the Sales Office; 1010 FREE SERVICE Protestant pupils. The beautiful Home Phone Shawnee 1721 CELEBRATED lives of the nuns had, however, lastP. I. BURKS & COMPANY EXTRA BRAT WURST ing Influence in other channels. One (INCORPORATED.) WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS of the sweetest memories in that OP MANOrACTURRRS J.. P. BOBSTWASSEB CO. distant past are the hours spent in PIANO PLAYERS Incorporated the quiet halls of that convent 923 GEIGErt STREET Modern Tlayer Built in Your Own rlano, school. The writer had a Protestant Home Phone 1S02 and 377 Pianos and Piano Players Repaired and Tuned age sixteen defriend, Cumb. Phone Main 377 8 West "Walnut, Loulsvillo sired towho at the nun. of She applied ASK TOUR DBAlErOBIT become a Superior of the to the ENGRAVERS PAINTS, OILS AND VARN1SHKJ) Ursullne Mother in Galveston, Convent .Texas, and was told that her admis PJjATE AND WINDOW GLASS SOHLIC1I ENGRAVING COMPANY sion would not be granted without ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS VERIBEST MIXED PAINT the consent of her family and withELECTROTYPERS out thorough premeditntlon on her STRASSEL-GAN- S PAINT CO. part. This girl afterwards decided Louisville, Ky S36 V. Main St., to remain a Protestant, and not one Homo Phone City B674 213 West Market Street word was ever offered by the 'Mother Superior against this deBAGS. "SOUTHERN STAR" Manufacturers of Sacks for Flour Mills, cision. In the great tidal wave of SLICED BACON Grain Dealers, Produce Men, Fertilizer, Galveston in 1900 the Bisters of Ice, etc. "All Ready for Your Griddlo In the Dried Grain, you may Write for price the Ursuline Convent saved hunwant In the Sack dreds of lives. Regardless of color on anything: Morning" line. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE or religious belief, they gave shelter J. S. WALKER & Co., LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. 211 W. Main Street, Louisville, Ky. to the homeless, nursed the sick and (Incorporated.) Long Distance Telephone Connections comforted the bereaved in a manner that added their names to the annals SHOE REPAIRING of the great. In all the history of STRUCTURAL IRON WORKS. times AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING the world, in anoved of stress, the through the nuns have Foundry and Machine Shop. COMPANY labyrinths of bloody war and darkGRAINGER & CO., ness, angels of mercy. Tho priests 114 West Market Street Incorporated Zocisvllle, Ky. have lifted the weary and aided Home Phone, City 5381 in struggling along stony Tenth Street, Louisville, Ky. Old Shoes Made Hw. Work Bone them While Ton Walt. paths; they have held the wine of lips and encouragement to IRON AND HEAVY THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. have made the dying dying of many hours hopeless ones happy." INCORPORATED HARDWARE. Carriage and Wagon Woodwork Distillers Of CATHOLIC "BIG BROTHERS.' and Hardware anti-Catho- lic y XjrMJSJHC MRIOX:!?. MINERS THANK PRIEST. A grateful note Is sounded In the report of the ending of tho Ohio miners' strike, which was settled RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS REBUKE FOR BIGOTS. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Home Phone City 0. H. after DIVISION 1. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder-kran- z Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Vice Presidont Clancy. Says N. fourteen C. President Financial Mark Ryan, William Cushlng. Secretary Edward Intcr-Sout- h. Recording Secretary James P. Barry. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. DIVISION 2. Meets 1000-100- Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Joseph Lynch. Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. Recording Secrotary John T. Keaney. Financial Kelran. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s First Wednesday Liederkranz Secretary Edward J. Hel-lo- n. Thomas Hannan. John P. DIVISION 3. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hibernian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President John M. Maloney. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. Recording .Secretary Killeen. slon, Thomas Hes- Kale- - Financial Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arni- B Jr. John J. Martin D, J. Dougherty. her. Sentinel Thomas Noone. TODD-DONIGA- N 800-81- 3 HION CO., Incorporated W. Main street. OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 528 W. Main St. CASKETS AND JOS. REPAIR SOUR MASH PURE RYE The Catholic "Big Brother" moveLonlsvUlo, Ky. ment, which has been encouraged by Cardinal Parley, of New York, Is one that should appeal peculiarly to F. BOEHLER UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. (Wholesale Only.) NATIONAL CASKET CO., Incorporated Eleventh and Magazine Street. JEWELER WORK A SPECIALTY 551 South Shelby Street Between Madison and Chestnut Home Phone, City 9459 HOME KILLED MEATS FAIR MEAT MARKET STATE JOHN T. BABBEE & CO., Incorporated A Full Lino of Fancy Groceries 0 W. Main Street. Both Phones Kentucky Wcller, Old Barbee, Call and Give Us An Order 3. C. W. Whiskies. Sole Owners Registered Distillery No. 32. Phones Main WE SELL FOR CASH ' IE86-City 6253. DISTILLERS. 720-73- Fay-Mu- s, CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION PLUMBING ' CONCRETE BLOCKS COLUMNS, ART STONE Contracting Engineer, Steam and Hot Water Heating and Estimates on All Classes of Work Sanitary Plumbing Both Phones Homo Office: 410 Second Street Central Concrete P Construction Co. LOUISVILLE. KY. 961 Hamilton Avenue RITTER-IIENNING- AND HEATING TRACTORS U. W. NEWMAN CON S CO. Shnr-Ploe- A. L. GUNN BAKER AND CONFECTIONER z Manufacturers ot Poultry and Stock Feeds Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Incubators and Brooders Receivers and Shippers of Hay and Grain. louisville, ky. ICECREAM SI Per Gallon, All Flavors 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6674 C. H. & Qen'l Mgr. Oerrard, Pres. John Hardy, Vtce-Pre- s. A3CEEICAK IRON WORKS Incorporated BOILER MAKERS MACHINISTS Old Clothes Are The Place Where General Jobbing Bepalra Made to Look like New." Oxygen Welding, Cutting and Brazing. Plate Metal Work and Steel ConstrucSPALDING DRY CLEANING CO tion. AUTO REPAIR SHOP Phones Main 411, East 145, City 8611 PHONES 1887. lonliviUe, Ky. 634 E. Main St. IOXJjNTJD Hibernians. It was the Ancient Order of Hibernians which first practiced this movement among the Irish Immigrants of the middle of tho century. Tho "Big nineteenth Brother" Idea is the Idea, of How many thousands of young men and boys fresh from tho Innocence and clean family life of Ireland have been warned and guided by the members of our order? How many have been lifted up from the deeps of despair by substantial aid from the hand of a Hibernian? In our large cities tho divisions of the Ancient Order have been for three generations centers of brotherhood. It was as "Big Brothers" that they were regarded by those who wrote tho American charter of Hibernlanlsm, which enjoined them to "watch after and protect the Irish girls, regardless of their religious beliefs." It has been as "Big Brothers" that the divisions have organized juvenile branches in many sections of tho country. The "Big Brother" Idea can bo exercised in no happier form than in the increased organization of juvenile divisions. In Juvenile divisions the youth will remain strong in the faith and will not forget that they are of Irish blood. The "Big Brother" movement can be widened in its scope, so that attention could be paid to the more wayward youth who come into the juvenile courts. This idea is likely to promote the wholesomo Ideals which have been a part of the training of Irish children, but which have been relaxed or forgotten amid tho Influences of American industrialism. National Hibernian. Hibor-nianls- THE CARRELL-ROGER- S CO. Incorporated. CARPET CLEANING, RUG MANU FACTORING AND WALL PAPER CLEANING Telephone City 2357 053-5- 0 South Clay Street R. JEUNESSE BUILDING CONTRACTOR DEDICATES NEW CHURCHES. JOHN B. WALTERS' TELEPHONE 289 . Right iRov. 'Bishop Matz, of Denver, dedicated three new churches this week, all located In the Strat-to- n 810 YORK STREET mission field. They were St. Mary's at Kirk, one at 'Cheyenne Louisville, Ky. Wells and one at iDeer Trail. The Phono South 1753 of congregations are composed farmers and represent one of the FRANK newest sections in 'Colorado. DEFEATED. The New York SUte Constitutional Convention by a vote of 112 to 13 not to Incorporate the decided Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. LOUISVILIiBJ. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE KI, amendment of Delegate Westwood to the tax proposal. His scheme was that no property should be expmpt from taxation except tbat of the United States. GREAT TEACHING FORCE. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED ecclesiastical There are eighty-fiv- e seminaries located in the United States, with C.770 young men studying for the priesthood. There are 229 colleges for boys and 680 academies for girls. There are also 284 Catholic orphan asylums sheltering 45,742 orphans. STARS- - PHONE CITY 859. LOtJISVILLE. KY, IN FLAG. I THE $1.00 BOX DELUXE THE BEST $1, $1.50, There were thirteen stars in the time of United States $2 HATS AT the Revolution, flag at the the war fifteen In of 1812, twenty-nin- o (our Saturday Special) is the most remarkable Flower Mexican war, thirty-fiv-e at of the civil war and forty-flv- o Spanish-America- n during There the time In the the value obtainable. now war. are forty-eigh- t. Other BOXES DE LUXE t $2.00 and $3.00. CoapoBn with every pur. ehaae. Plaee Yoar Ordr8 Friday lor Delivery Satarday. ARE YOU TOO FAT? JACOB SCHULZ ShtH 1873 THE FLOWERS SHOP AT 8SO S. FOURTH AVENUE. F1ED ERHART JRCHITECT NORTON 'BUILDING HERRMANN HtMRTERS BROS. LIQUORS. Ken-taek- If you are too stout don't take fat reducing medicine. Cut down on your diet, get out of door exercise, and you will assume normal lines aUsIESm and reduce to normal weight. Avoid sweets, eggs, cream, fat meats, and Allthe late and bow Stylos and Shape especially potatoes. Live mainly on an m found here at reasonable price. lettuce, spinach, cabbage, lean meats, young onions, celery, tomatoes, etc. Take salted toast instead of bread and butter. If you cease to give your you will body fat making foods cease creating fat cells. It is no trick to reduce if you practice self-denial, FINE Pearl of Nelson, CREAM PIE. Line nie pan with a rich crust; DktlUersaad Wholesale DealN.W. Corner Fourth and Jefftrsti into this put one cup brown sugar cup flour; with the y and one-ha- lf ers in Finest Barads of hand mix 'well together. Then to Whiskies, especially. JBISHOP INVITED. egg add one pint one well-beatThe Governor of Utah has invited milk; with ,a silver fork beat slowly BWhop-dleGlass to be one, of the the egg and milk Into the sugar and ' OTTLBD IH BOND. at vu Panama Exposition flour. Dot with felta of butter and I WW M4 S MKN SMKT on Utah! day. J nutmeg. Bake slowly. Delicious. WINES AND en et In the little parish school Barton nearly three hundred children of the strikers continued their Financial Secretary Thomas J. studies without paying one cent tuition. This good man's services Langan. Recording Secretary John J. have been an innovation in labor conflict He has taught that the Barry. fundamental doctrine of Christianity Treasurer .Pat Connelly. fundamentally sound, Sergeant-at-Arm- s l. is not only Thomas but on the other hand is the logical solution of our imany wrongs If Sentinel M. J. McDormott. we would but practice It In our every day life. And tho best part Y. M.I. of It all Is that he lias proved It by faithful service. The debt of MAOIUN COUNCIL, 203. cratltudo to which he Is justly enMeets Monday Evenings at Club titled can never be fully paid. House, 344 North Twenty-sixtPresident- - John J. Lynn. EVERS AND THE CANDLES. First Vice Presidont John W. Murphy. vMok and show them." This telegram from Second Vice President Martin succinct, P. Schadd. his wlfo determined Johnny Evers, Treasurer George J. Thornton. the Trojan of baseball, to reconsider Financial Secretary A. C. Link. his avowed Intention of giving up Recording Secretary William G. baseball for the remainder of tho Buckel. current seasolt. .Fvprij nddressed the 'Holy Name Marshal Harry Alberts. Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. SoclJty of St. Theresa church, St. Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfclf-fe- r. Louis, last Monday night. A smoker was given in his honor and 500 Executive Committee Frank G. members of tho society were presAdams, Thomas Bachman, Frank ent. Congressman iWilliam IL. Igoe Goilor, A. W. Andrlot, John R. made tho opening addres and ChairBarry. man 'Joeph b. (Davis introduced the baseball celebrity. Mos of his talk was anecdotal ARTISTIC PRINTING nml tondiPd upon the growing reFIRST CLASS WORK lation of baseball to tho church. Give Tills Qfflco .Your Next Order He told of himself and 'Pat Moran, before the world's series of 1907, 317 W. GREEN ST. lighting the randies about the image of St. Joseph in a Chicago church. Telephone City 946 "Later In 1912," said Evers, "1 was managing the Chicago Cubs. Before the cltv series with the Sox COMING EVENTS. In tho fall Callahan and a met at August 30 iBranch 6, C K. of A., the plate as we gave the umpires lighting euchre and lotto party at St. (Martin's our lineups. The candle 'Chicago about had been gossiped Hall. then and Callahan said: " 'Well, John, did you light tho August 31 Euchre and lotto of St. iColumba's church, afternoon and candles?' "I assured him that I had. night, in school nal1- " 'Well, we can't both win,' said Callahan. 1 September Euchre and lotto of "I knew by that that he had don" St. (Leo's church, Highland Park, afternoon and evening, in school the same thing." hall. AVERE ALL LEFT. September 6 Catholic Knights' It happened during tho conven-Hn- n excursion to Jasper and (Ferdinand. wonk of a well known Catholic Ind., via Southern railway. society. A gentleman named O'Sulll-- j September 14 Euchre and lotto van, who was employed by the hotel of St. Michael's church, afternoon In the capacity or a taxi uriver, was deputed to attend to the wants oi and evening. Sunday On his September 14 Fall festival and morning four of these appeared on O'Sulllvan sidewalk, and supper on St. Alojsius the chicken nwnltnri thfilr orders. church grounds, Peweo Valley. "St. Joseph's church, please," 'said one. "Take me to St. PatSeptember 16 Euchre and lotto go demanded at St. Augustine's Hall, 1308 West . rick's," Stenhen's." another. "I'll said the third. fn St. Broadway, afternoon and evening. !"And I to St. John's," declared tho iUUl bill IRISH DRAMATIST DIES. JGet in, gentlemen," said the affable chauffeur, holding open the James Connor Roche, an Irish fniK whnn lila nnRganirara wprfl dramatist, actor, poet and formerly irrv comfortably seated, the vehicle a war correspondent, died Wednes moved majestically down the street. day In a hospital In New York City. Presently it stopped heforo an imyears old. Dur- posing stone edifice, and O'Sulllvan He was seventy-tw- o n ing the war he was said blandly: "Here you are, gentlecorrespondent for a New York papef men!" and afterward became its dramatic "What church Is this? Which one critic. He became famous as the of us leaves you here?" demanded author and leading actor of "Rory the quartette. "All of ye," said o' tho Hill," which ran for 400 O'Sulllvan. "This, is All Saints' nights in New York City. Ho wrote church!" most of tho plays made famous by William J. Scanlon and conducted MAJORITY IS CATIIOLTO. "Texas Sittings" with W. J. Armory Knox in tho early eighties. He was For tho first time since the days a friend of Booth, Barrett and of Pius IX. the Italian .Parliament Bqucicault. Is Catholic. Its 580 Deputies are not antagonistic to tho chnrch. The FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Premier is a staunch Catholic, and the majority of tho Deputies entertrimming will contlnuo tain reverence and respect for the Fur Pope. popular. First frocks for autumn wear aro ADDED TO RANKS. dark blue. o effects are tho rule for utility frocks. Last year thero were added to tho (Princess outlines are favored for ranks of the priesthood in the United States on an averago one the new season. hours; to Puller sleeves for winter will priest every twenty-tw- o tho number of churches ouo every make a strong showing. For first autumn wear small thirty hours. The church lost by death an average of one priest velvet toques are selling rapidly. Gay silk sweaters are taking every twonty-fiv- o hours. unto themselves soft wool linings. BRAIN STORM. Women may wear tho modes they like, and this makes them breathe The Reform 'Bulletin is the output easier. For fall dark blue serge holds of a person called Miller, ilt comes first place, gabardine following from Albany. Here Is one ot the wonderful thoughts recently printed second. In the blouses are coming Miller: wonderful bulletin of Herr Into their own1 again with ne'aring "The Roman Catholic hierarchy cool weather. long ago public Fashion decrees that the corset-lee- s schools ofdetermined that the go and this country figure must undergo some that ptrochlal sehoovs must must take sight constrain tner place." Autumn shoes, while immensely Really if the hierarchy "lone ssro coquettish In line and finish, seem determined" on tips plan they have to show less 'fantasy and better not made very raj, id progress in lta teste than the summer models, aceompJiBfcment. tfit is atrange, too, Far-relh. four-word- DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Clarion: Gratitudo swelled the breast of every delegate when In tho closing hours of the 'convention the officials were instructed to draft suitable resolutions thanking tho labor movement as a whole for the splendid support rendered during the dark days of the struggle. Tho Rev. Roderick iMcfEachen, the little priest of Barton, who sacrificed his full time to assume the Chairmanship of rollef committee, and his Bister, Miss Mary, were ex alted as real, tried and true friends of the common good. Those who have followed the strike closely know of the wonderful work of this good priest and his sister. During the past winter (Father McEachen toured tho Eastern country in search of contributions, food and clothing. The newspapers were filled with appeals from him. A hundred car loads of clothing were the fruits of his efforts. His sister distributed during the strike over eight hundred baby outfits among the strikers' wives. At his solicitation, the North Wheeling (Hospital threw open its doors to care for the miners whose condition demanded hospital treatment free of charge. (He was on the job all the time. In fact he has been the mainstay of the strikers in the subdlstrlct during the entire controversy. One of his notable achievements was the 'leasing of coal lands, agreeing to give the owners a certain percentage of the products. 'From these pigeon hole mines the strikers were supsub-distri- ct 'Adams Months' in struggle. the Labor f 81.'1 ARTHUR A. WILL I CARPET BUILDER 2431 Home Montgomery Street Phone Shawnee 1010 BROS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS HD H1EI WOLF RATTERMAN LAYER 220 South Eighth St. THEO. BAKERY Ed H. Ratterman, Manager Funeral Directors and Embataen Home Phone Shawnee 484 2014 Greenwood Avenuo SOMETHING NEW AND CONFECTIONERY (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Ileati( ICE OREAM J. L. BR0WNFD3LD & CO, Home Phone Shawnee 1914 Steam and Hot Water HcatiHc Special Prices to Lawn Fetes nnd 111 H- - THXBD STREET Picnics. Twcnty-sixt- h Cumb. M. 159 nnd Portland Avenue Home Phono 7846 JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER nnd PACKER WAGON OR VAN THOS. J. BRODERI0K 4392-- J PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Phono City 2323 PIONIG West PARTIES Wnlnut Street A SPECIALTY H,6mo Phone Shawnee 198 C 1000 Zano Street Home Phone 1191 plied with coal. HENRY SCIIUII 1403 South Seventh Street Home Telephone 2147 Choice Staple nnd Fancy Groceries Meat and Vegetable Market Fine Teas and Coffee at Hollenbach's Wine House KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprietor Importer and Dealer In WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street Butter a Specialty GEM LA0E CURTAIN LAUNDRY CAREFULLY CURTAINS LAUNDERED BY HAND CHARLES WILLMAN PLUMBER 1204 Both Phones WM. SOS Homo Phone City 139C West Market Street ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR SHEET METAL 4105 Henry Street Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-- L. Home Phones Shawnee 592 and 592 Special Rates on Large Orders TnE VELVET TIP ICE CREAM CO. Incorporated. IOE CREAM and SHERBETS $1.00 Per Gallon S. E. Cor. Twcnty.fourth and Rowa B. H. BUETER SURGEON VETERINARY HORSE SHOEING 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET Home Phono, City 2365 Cumb. S. 981 Home, City 981 HODAPP & MILLER Wholesale Manufacturers of WORK AND STRAP HARNESS Cumb. Phone M. 1004-- A 110 South Seventh Street, Louisville M. J. WALLSHIELD CLEANER AND DYER OF LADIES' AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL Home Phone 3117 Cumb. Phone S. 1640 Seventh nnd Onk Streets , MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET CONFECTIONER AND CATERE9A Weddings and Parties Given Special Attention Charles Wolf, Manager SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS ANB DEPOSIT BANK HO RUxrxjJNz: O 2121 Osage Atenuo GUARANTEED .!2.00 PIANO TUNING $2.00 Fourth and Interest Qaatral-A- REPAIRING Phone Shawnee 1253 Paid On Time Deposits We Solicit Your Business C. G. STIGLITZ & SONS MANUFACTURERS Louisville Made Furnaces 210-22- 2 Home Phono S. Ninth St. ity 2542 C. F. BENDER JERSEY DAIRY Ice Crenm Manufacturer Special Prices to Churches ani Picnics Bpth Phones First and College Street FRANK FEHR BREWING CO JJWXJHPORATEn I 1 ...i Brewers and Bottlers TjOTJTSVTIjTJm. ICY. Franco-Prussia- I I MONUMENTS GERMAN BANK t HH Markers and Mausoleums. Send for our illustrated designs and prices. Large and new stock to select from all high class work. One-ton- New Muldoon Monument Co. 652 South Third St. Fifth and Market Sit H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. SIO FKHR A.V3BC2VCri$ TeUvaea 5c DRINK High-collar- ed Citra-C- oJ Gee But Its. kiN; lett. la to be found in any Catholic docu ment, it looks like another case or rain storm. that no record ot this determination J3Z-E- L :rvxjGSsrsr irish .AAftJBJRxoAnr. MIIIIHIIIIIMhllllMimilJIIIIIMMMMMMMIMt 9.1 I I IMK ! J r THIRTEENTH ANNUAL KENTUCKY STATE FAIR 1915. Louisville, Ssptember BIGGEST SADDLE HORSE SHOW IN THE WORLD 13-18, I'l 1 lR 1 TAGS, COUPONS, LABELS, ETC., CAN BE REDEEMED FOR BLUB STAMPS THE STAMP THAT'S GUARANTEED. I HERMAN pouhth Avenue STRAUS wcaapofiArco ; " . SONS market - . 1 snm ' - :: ' QPfcQ.Pi m.A m m, n . ;: ' '. Fine exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain. Horticulture, Women's Handiwork, Scudents' AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. Judging Contest, Farmer Boys' Encampment and Baby Health Contest. Trotting and Pacing Races each day, Clean Midway and Timely Record of Some Memor- Grand Fireworks Display. For catalogue address J. L DENT, Secretary, able Events i& the Catholic What They Have Been Doing Record of the Most Important of 795 Paul Jones Building, Louisville, Ky. History of America. the Past Week General the Recent Events Culled News Notes. From Exchanges. EQUIPMENT COMPLETE npitVHI) llioa :! HIBERNIANS. IRELAND. This Is Interesting News For Hotels, Restaurants ana Housekeepers. . COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 2529 g, Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS UPSTAIRS STORE. week. In .the United States and Canada FOURTH AVENUE. the Ancient Order numbers 220,000 Terms Two Dollars Per Month. members. Resumes Siptember 7. In Ireland the book-keepintypewriting. estimated at 500,000 membership is stenography, Full course in and In England at 100,000. There seems no doubt of the amalgamation of the divisions ot Providence, IR. I. Sixteen thousand people attended StreeU. Northeoat Corner Fourth nud Brckinrid the Hibernian 'Irish day celebration A Dv School conducted by the Sisters of Charity of Nareth, Kentucky. at Columbus, Ohio. and auxiliary at The division The aim otthevlostttutlon is to give an education at once religious, solid Portland, Ore., are arranging for an and refined Classical Literary and Special Courses elaborate Irish fair in October. Latest methods in Vofce Culture, Piano, Harp. Violin, Cornet, Harmony, Ladies' Auxiliary The Louisville China Palntinif, Painting In Oil, Water Colon, Braoroldery, Plain Sewing, etc. Is in a most flourishing condition, September 7. School reopen Tuesday, the membership now being over James Bruyas, S. J., at Onondaga, not have conscription. 200. N. Y.; a Breton nobleman who The much dreaded potato blight Already t'he divisions of Schenecdevoted sixty years to the Indian has made Its appearance in the tady are preparing for the Now missions Jn New York and Mich- Castlerea district. Spraying has 8-York State convention to be held igan; born at Clarenton, France, been resorted to, but the rain has to tit next year. November, 1'633; died at Quebec, a great extent Interfered with its July 27, 1726, in his ninety-thir- d Much Interest is being taken in progress. year. the Irish history essay contest com WillThe death is ducted by the County Board at September 2, 1772 iDeath of Father iam Abraham. M.announced of P.. for the Harbor Brockton, Mass. iRobert Harding, successor to division of Dublin. He had attained The ILadles' Auxiliary of MinneFather Oreaton and second pastor the age of seventy-fiv- e and had been With One Pound of Mixed apolis held two receptions In honor or St. Joseph's church, first thirty years a member of the House of delegates to the National Fra 'Catholic house of worship in Tea at Commons. ternal Congress. (Philadelphia; left England in of The death occurred at Castlebar, STORE CLOSES AT 6 P. M, DURING JULY AND AUGUST. 1732 and took up his residence in to the deop regret iDivision 8 and Ladles' Auxiliary b of a wide circle of Philadelphia In 1749. of Chicago plan for a reception in acquaintances, of Patrick McNeela, will eclipse anything September 3, 1848 Canadian con- a well known '67 man. His connecNovember that W. MARKET ST. BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 heretofore accomplished. gregation of the Sisters of St. tion with the Fenan movement led Ann founded at "Vaudreull, Can- to his arrest twice as a suspect. The Ladies' Auxiliary of IPortland, ada, by SiBter Mary Ann (Esther Ore., have begun a membership County Donegal Infirmary ComiBlondin) ; Introduced into the MAIN 072 campaign and plan to Initiate a CITY 1700-- 7 mittee have Father O'Kelly, United States by Bishop large class Thanksgiving eve. Carrick, in place of the late Rev. of Albany, first house The Dundalk Democrat notes the Ramelton, and being founded In Oswego, N. Y., J C. Cannon, organization of a strong new division Michael Devine, Klllgordon, in room lin 1870. We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates T at Ardee and additions to memberMagee, Bally-bofo- y. of the late George ship in many divisions of throughout September 4, 1803 Colony Trappists driven from 'Prance, Ireland. General regret Is felt at the dearrived in Baltimore under Father BROOK AND MARKET.. The National Hibernian In magamise of William Cooney, Clare Urban Gulllet and settled at J44t444144AiAAAAAAAAAAjtAAaaA4A4AjSA.AajtAjSAAAAA zine form does took a Try Ivory Flour. None better. Quality guaranteed. Board, and as credit to the National St. "Bernard, Nelson county, Ken- street, Ballyhaunis.the Cooney League a fraternal publicapractical part In Land tucky; returned to (France in tion stands foremost among the 3E Prices always the lowest of any first class flour. permanent 1813; foundation and was particularly prominent and of Groceries, many now Issued. are being made at made at GethsemanI, ,Ky by a enjoyed the friendship of Parnell Can save you money on all purchases Preparations band from Meats, Bakery Goods. Give Red Stamps on all cash or Portland, Ore., for the reception of French of forty ofTrappists under and Davltt. The following in Clones and dis lAbbey Mellary, 100 new member Octobor 10. C. O. D. orders Delivery to any parts of city or suburbs. Seventy-fiv- e Father Eutropius, 'Prior, Decem- trict have been appointed to the candidates have alCommission of tho Peace: Messrs, ber 21, 1848. ready been secured. Edward Brady, Chairman of the The famous Italian and Irish tug Sks4k$S3$k$ Urban Council; Peter M. Murphy, STATIONED AT WATEUTOWX. of war teams have a side bet of John Grlmson, John Beatty and EdONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account $200 on the result of the contest to Marie, Sister of the ward Maguire. Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of with this safe, conservative, be decided at the Hibernian celebra- Dominican Helen Miss Annie McGeown, daughter of order, stopped here tion at Richmond, Cal. Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more trading stamps, many other useful articles carried Saturday and Sunday on the way tho late John McGeown, Portadown, The annual Fourth of July cele- from St. Catherine's to Watertown, was professed recently at the Conat any time. We add absolute safety and 3 in our premium rooms. bration of the San 'Francisco Hiber- Mass., Where shpfwlll be stationed vent of Mercy, Belfast taking as her per cent. No cost to you whatever. nians, postponed to swell the at- this coming school season. The same courteous attention eiven the Durlns name In religion Sister Mary Ursula. tendance at the Exposition, will take her stay here she was the guest of Rev. Father O'Neill, President St. depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. place on Ascension day, September her uncle and, aunt, Mr. and (Mrs. Malachy's College, officiated. EVERY GARMENT CLEANED SEPARATELY AND BY HAND 9. I Tho death, In his seventy-sixt- h Thomas .Lynch. The regular monthly meeting of year, at Newry, of Peter O'Haro is "You Have Tried the Rest; Now Try the BEST." the Ladles' Auxiliary takes place announced. For many years he carTWIX CITY CLOSE. Second and Market Under the Big Clock next Wednesday night. A large atried on a successful business as a State Government Supervision. tendance of members is expected, as Tomorrow afternoon marks the merchant and flax mill owner, and the business will be of much &&$&SM$4Q4&&$4 passing of the Twin City League w,as also at Mayo-bridgHe was a member of many season, the games scheduled being CLEANED BY THE the closing ones, and with the ex- local public boards. DAN J HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN ST. LEO'S EUCintE. ception of the Bruin-MackSoft Water and Olive Oil Soap Process. contest THIULLIXG SITUATION'. the final standing of the teams will MIDSUMMER WEAR A SPECIALTY. The ltar Society of St Leo's not be affected. The prime topic In THIS METHOD UNEXCELLED. church, Highland iPark, will enter- amateur baseball circles this week Owen Kehoe, Sr., a veteran New tain with a euchre and lotto next was the big surprise handed the Albany bricklayer, had a thrilling Wednesday afternoon and evening Champs last Sunday, who met defeat experience and narrow escape from in the school hall. The proceeds at the hands of the Iowoly Imperials, death Tuesday while at work on the will be used defraying expenses of who provious to this had only won high smokestack of tho central "THE HOUSE WITH THE REPUTATION." the school. Rev. J. J. Fitzgerald, one game, but redeemed themselves heating plant for Holy Trinity g, HOLY NAME SCHOOL ACADEMY Scotland and tWales have an estimated 'membership ot 50,000. Division 2 will meet Wednesday night, the only one to be held next PRESENTATION ( By James 1A. Rooney, LL. D. August 29, 1833 Death at St. Louis of John iMullanphy In his Most Rev. Dr. Gaughran, Bishop seventy-nu- n year; benefactor or of Meath, has appointed Rev. R everything Catholic In the early Kelly, diocesan catechlst, to the days of St. iLouls; founded the pastorate at Ratoath. 'Mullanphy Hospital for the SisThe ters of Charity, the first institu- perary annua! ofcollection at Tip In aid tho.QaolIc League tion of Its kind in the United resulted in a sum of Between $150 States; born in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Ireland, in and $200 being subscribed. At a meeting of the Oranard 1758. August 31, 1866 iD;eat'h at Btrouds-bur- Board of Guardians the resolution of the Dublin conference against Pa., of the IRev. (Isaac P. conscription was unanimously (Howell; born In Philadelphia; passed. ordained by Bishop Hughes on Much regret is felt by her many the same day as James Roosevelt IBayley, March 2, 1843; organized friends In the West of Ireland at the St. IMary's parish; Elizabeth, N. death ot Mrs. Nevln, of Tynagh, 'J., and built rectory, school and mother ot Rev. Dr. J. J. Nevln, of church of which he was pastor for Loughrea. twenty-tw- o years. By ten votes to two the Tullamore September 1, 1679 "Father Stephen Guardians adopted the resolution of Con iCarheil, S. J., made his profession the Dublin at synod convoked by Father ference declaring that they would STRAUS' A.NNUAL AUGUST SALE OF HOUSEHOLD LINENS JKl. Qt. French Gray Enamel Berlin Kettle FREE Tablecloths, Napkins, 60c JOJEHXr M. JMlUIvXO Y y, Damask and Table Sets. ia? BUTTON BROS. I HUMmillIUIKfe8HHitmtfMH Tip Top Bread Pure. Guaranteed 100 r Sixty-one-year-o- ld vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv'vvvvvvvivvvvv R'Bt German Insurance BanK e. PALM BEACH SUITS 50c ln Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing Co. noma, City 31.01 DOUGHERTY & LANNING INCORPORATED. Best Quality Pittsburg and Office and Yards Fifteenth and QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE the pastor, and the ladies of the by trouncing four of the leaders society extend a cordial invitation pitchers and not needing their last 425 W. Jefferson Slreei to their friends to come and spend Inning to win. The result pleased an enjoyable afternoon or evening. the large crowd Immensely, who wero pulling for a Champ defeat as 9HG-- T Cuiub. South OWEXSBORO. usual, not because of any antagonism to the members, who are all good Sister Madollne, formerly Miss sportsmen, but simply a case of Nlla Rogers, daughter of Mr, and pulling for the under dog. Mrs. S. S. Rogers, of Owensboro, for beat Trinity easily, while the the last four years one of the Ursu-lln- o Drulns snatchecf a game out of the Sisters of St. Joseph's Academy, Are from the K. of C. Olympics died Friday morning of tuberculosis. beat Mackln in a slugging contest. Jellico Coal. years old and is Tomorrow's schedule Is as ifollows: She was twenty-fou- r her parents, Bertrands Magnolia Avenue survived byWilliams, of one sister, Imperials, vs. Olympics. Trinity vs. Mrs. John Frankfort, Champs vs. K. of C, and two brothers, Herbert and Ber- Drulns vs. Mackin. The standingand to nard Rogers, of Owensboro. Sister date: Madeline was a favorite and It was Won. Lost. Pet with sincere regret that the pupils Champs 2 .895 ....17 of St. Joseph's learned of her death. Bertrands 14 3 .824 COAL CO. Ber-tran-ds church and the various buildings belonging to the parish. A horse to raise brick and mortar to the top of the stack gave a sudden jerk after he had hoisted a load and it was being removed. When the machine stalled off the hook to which the bucket was attached caught in Kehoe's suspenders and he was held In the air by the flimsy sup port, which must have given way had not he seized a piece of the scaffolding surrounding the stack His companion workmen discovered his perilous position and quickly extricated Tiim, but his suspenders had given way and for a moment he hung In midair to the piece of timber. LAWN FETE. Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. IH. ZfcKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. FLOYD KNOBS. Miss Margaret Baron and William James, well known, young peoplo of Floyd Knobs, wore married Wednesday afternoon at the home of the bride. Many friends were present to witness the coremony, which was performed by the Rev. Father of St, Mary's of the Knobs. Olympics Mackin. K.ofC 13 . GEHER ( possible amount of gas. Ii is made to last. the world Easy to clean, cooks quickly, bakes perfectly and consumes the least The most popular cooking device in Brule; Trinity 9 6 o 4 2 5 9 11 II 14 fc SOINT 215 WEST MARKET STREET. J. T. CHAWK I fltvjHHI DR. Veterinary Infirmary. 713-71- 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Tiliflim-C- M., S. 239a. KMW,CHy23S9. "4"t"H- - tf M A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f ALL CITY BEER (tra Pale Lager Peerless Common the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, lave tried tbe rest get the JttKS'i', Cumberland Waff 69. ie ShMHLM- entertainment of a large gathering. There will be many attractions and 11 18 1181c t among them the linen booth will be i i H"M i' ii 1 1 i 1 .t&l The (Louisville fans will get an featured. The proceeds will be used M. J. BAI OH, P. BANNON, JR., LAWRENCE J. VEEHEMAH, of the unexpected peep of the Colonels next to defray the expense - flw Pru. & TriK. Pf, tUlT. Swratuy. week, the games with the Clevelands alley recently made In the roar of tho booked for that town having been church. transferred here by agreement, as FONTAINE FERRY. SCHOOL SOCIETY ELECTS. has been done earlier In the season, An unprecedented number of free which has made that team so well The Holy Trinity School Society, been acquainted here that they are now have outdoor attractions Sewer aa Calrart Pipe, fHI "booked" by the management of considered in the light of a second of New Albany, at a meeting at the (! Pipe for Steam Ceaiaits, Baaaea's Pateat I Fontaine iFerry Park for the bal- - uotne team for the Louisville fans. home ot Mrs. E. J. Hackett, 1102 Among the Our travelers will play again this East Market street, elected the folance of the season. Wall Cepiatf, Drain Tile, Yitrlfiei IrkK, list of entertainers will be found afternoon and tomorrow with the lowing officers: Mrs. E. J. Hackett, Fire PreeBBK, Flae Liaiag, 7Jf the Cabaret Trio, composed of three fast slipping St. Paul club, and will President; Mrs. Charles Gohmann, Crate aa Seller TUeGreaaA Fire Clay, Caimaejr Taps. Mrs. L. A. home, Monday being First Vice President: young men who are said to bo clever then start for f9r. musicians. Another act of much an off day. The showing of the Deem, Second Vice President; Mrs. OFFICE 52S&WEST JEFFERSON promise Is that ot Keller and Dean, Colonels on the road thus far has John A. Cody, Secretary, and Mrs. K6ME PHONES CITY John Howe, Treasurer. two versatile young women, whe been splendid, the only setback OUMB. MAIN 507. ? accomplishments In the en-- 1 Ing met at Minneapolis, the -- 13kclBreck4ad;nagiiolia WORKS Ave., Bet. 9tk axel lOtlt. Z RACE SIXTEEN DAYS. line sure to make them ' tlllon tribe now playing major favorites here. A big feature of the league ball, coupled wKh 11 M"M"H"H"M"H 8 l HfeM'l'lH'H III HI HThe fall racing season will open outdoor attractions will be a Revue pitching. iHowever, there is still one staged by Adams, Arons and Brooks, uncertainty between the Millers and In Louisville on Monday, September Cumb. Phone meet191 Home Phone 1913 In addition to the outdoor attrac-- 1 the pennant flag and that Is they 20, opening with an eight-da- y Hons refined and high class motton tvave nat had any slump thus far, ing at Douglas Park. The New THH - and it would pictures will be offered each evennot be surprising to Louisville Jockey K3lUb will havp beginning Another big feature for the see It come in the closing weeks of the next eight jng. From week will be a grand fireworks dis- - the race. (First Louisville took a Wednesday, September 2D. play which is scheduled for Monday tumble mainly through Injuries, then here the epsrt will shift to (Latonla ( came Indianapojie; .Josely followed, for sixteen days. night, EfCOarORATBB i oy i, ifdut, me jap.er two sunenng ' from a playing slump only, not being: CLOSED OLI CHURCH. FATHER OAESAR RETURNS. rhaadlcapped with Jniured playersi The century old ohuroh o St. AnRev. FatheiCaeear. O. F. M.. who The game next Tuesday with Cleve- thony in New Orleans has been closed has been mafihg a spiritual retreat land is a setieduled doupe-hejdib expeciea and a splendid new buiding will be at tne rranciican Monastery, uiaea- - anu a large crowa i M at aH leading bars and Jafee. eaowaed for purity, atreagth, ijiiiWietlaww berg, Jbd.'r reny-heSunday to take Jo be on hand to gfy Xhi boyi'fur-- i erected to take Its Place. The last ' up me roguiar itiee at St. Jtonimee taer apoqrnmjHKYir ima mm services n the bid church were held (1RUBKR it DBUf BR, ftUaaer, Uulf villa Ifr Sunday, , of thejr (' church, , rota. trip, DOUBLE HEADER TUESDAY. Imperials 16 .722 Monday the ladles of the Altar So.500 ciety of St. Brigld's church will give .353 a lawn fete on tho church grounds at .353 avenue, and .222 Hepburn and Baxter .111 have made ample preparation for tho nn 1 n in it im in Pi BANNiN PIPE CO. . i J . I , air-tig- ht - mm? Wst WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. er in I lat is