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LOUISVILLE, KY ..SATURDAY. OCTOBER 12.
OP NEW JERSEY.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
THOMAS It. MARSHALL,
" .. bloom aa the Garden of Eden and
With the entire Christian world be ag Qne Tq
we rejoice and give thanks to God Amerlca stand9 for great
that the dastardly attempt upon 8'char,ty and brotherly love. Thia Is
life of 'Col. Theodore Roosevelt , Samaritans. The. fellow
proved futile. So much space has
been given the cowardly deed that'
a repetition wouia db out. ui -
these columnB. The latest 1vlce8 largeP crigl8 thlB may be so."
are. that the Colonel will recover,. Cardinal Gibbons was pleased and
though he may be detained ln tlie 'proud 0f the prosperity and pro
Mercy Hospital at Chicago for an- greggivenegs of Kansas, whose people
other week. It was noted that n ere bngy and apparently aa happy
of his first acta after being placed ag coul(J De Wnen agked to BDeak
undor the care of the Sistera ln the ab(jut church extenslon the Cardinal
Mercy Hospital at Chicago waa to angwered.
send for a Catholic priest, who had , The Catnolic church orleg ln
. . . a 1 J IJnnJ In I
been his associate and old friend ln
the army. Catholic feeling waa
forcibly expressed by Cardinals
Farley and Gibbons, who felt deep
regret and horror at the attempted
assasinatlon. Cardinal Gibbons Bald:
"It is a shame; It 1b humiliating
for the people of this country that
such a state of affairs should exist
as to bring about such attacks. It
makea ua feel as If we are lowering
ourselves ln the eyes of the world.
It is about time that a atop be put
to such conditions. America can
not afford to stand disgraced, aa ehe
will stand disgraced If such sad
and wretched manlfestatlonB of the
Insecurity of human life continue to
exist. I sincerely hope that Mr.
Roosevelt will soopcovpr
The Kentucky Irish American has
aroused tne wratn 01 tne narrow-
minded minister editor of the West-
ti J t i. - Via
ern rvecoruer, wu rm... u.
knowingly false charges and wants
t n mi um iL mem 10 k xriuuiiui ul uip
ible. and the kind words spoken
cations have evidently set him
m a repiy 10 our laning aim
he concludes with the follow-
ilch shows his caliber as a
bi and minister of the gospel:
meantime we thank God and
I rage that no Catholic paper
h nnlAt vhst It fnnatriinri aa .
. , .
bnent Irom . our columns."
lists generally will thank
; there is not such another
lished In their name. The
ie Western Recorder Is it.
The British Parliament reassem
bled last week for the most
momentous session, so far aa Ire
land is concerned, that has ever met
i neninnuBier. uuring ine next
few month, the fate of the home
rule bill will be decided. If the
leader, of the Liberal party keep
their pledge., and If the rank and
file prove loyal to their party and I
there seems no reason to doubt
either nothing can .top the home
rule bill. The Government has the
necessary majority to force the bill
through the Common, ln face of any
opposition or attempted obstruction.
So far as one can gather the Cabinet
ha. not been Influenced In the least
by the recent harlequinade In Ulster.
That it will yield to the clamour of
the Orange lodges is Incredible. A
Cabinet that would show weakness
In face of such a campaign a. the
Carsonltes have carried on would
be politically damned even If It had
not to count with the .olid Irish
party prepared to use it. force If
nee3aary to avenge any possible
treason. With the bill passed and
signed the Orangemen will meekly
aicept home rule, their opposition
and "covenant" being no more
serious than their grim declaration,
during year, long past.
( ATHOIJO TEACHING.
Ourlng hi. recent Western trip
Cardinal Gibbons preached ln the
Kansas City Cathedral, and touching
"I'io relation of capital to labor he
"The man who toil, and th. man
who plana must work together. The
hand doea not act without the eye,
nor the foot without the brain. So
all the various elementa of aoclety
must be aa separate parta of the
same mechanism. Interdependent
upon one another. The man who
accumulatea great wealth must al
ways have some one associated with
him or he can not be happy. Heaps
of gold mean nothing to the social
outcast The love and respect of
man lo mightier than wealth. The
millionaire who la without it Is
poorer than the stoker who tends
his furnace. When the multitude
appreciates this principle the nation
and Christendom wili be as full of
ln d,stresg ,8 quickly nelped on thig
And It Is
tnat ,n the ule a8 ln
the prosperity of the nation. It is
the business of the church to make
not only good but efficient citizens.
Our creed encourages patriotism and
loyalty to good government and
resentment of tyranny or every sort.
Sedition is frowned upon, because It
is against the common government
and therefore sinful. Thrift and in
dustry, union and brotherly love and
a general striving toward a better
and ft mora,ly and splritually bigger
nation are among
taught our children."
HOLDS NO PLACE.
Patriotism holdc no place ln the
creed or Socialism, and therefore it
la not surprising that the Repre-
Victor Berger, ln his recent speech
In Seattle, declared that the civil
on whlcn hung the fate of the
natlon wa8 nothing more than
Btru Ie between the capitalists
the Nortn and tho8e of goutn
NoUher. reUglon nor patriotlfim
.. . m
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f . Kmln mnra 0n
v, ,, ,i,
men are everywhere turning from
party that would, if successful, place
this country ln a worse position than
any the world has ever known. Th
man who loves this country will not
It Is not asserted that the
in criminality ln all Ger
many is due to the spread of
Socialism, it is declared by students
of figures that they do show that
Socialism has failed to prove, ln
Germany at all events, that It is
equal to or an adequate substitute
for religion as a moral and law en
forcing factor ln the welfare of
It la an unconscious tributa to
our religious faith, say. the Pitts
burgh Observer, that non-Catholics
expect u. to be the best citizens, the
best of husbands and the best of
wive.. And If we live up to It. teach
lngs we shall not disappoint them ln
Again Woodrow Wilson, while in
Chicago thi. week, showed his real
leanings, by leaving bis hotel to go
to St. Mary s rectory, to dine and
wine with the priests the Paulist
priests at that. The Paullsts are the
proselyting priests, you know. Wat
And now Brother Woodrow has
been "dined and wined" at the Paul
1st rectory In Chicago. Omilawd!
Will Rome ever weary of her hell
bent machinations? Of course the
"veiled allusion" to the wine at
table is a bare, bald, luscious lie
not Indeed that it matter tuppence
wnetner wine was there or not.
However, the PaulUt Superior in
Chicago is the President of the
Catholic Total Abstinence Union of
America and Mr. Wilson, whatever
else his faults. Is known In private
aud public lire alike as the most
abstemious of men. You will observe
that these two facts, however, lnd
pertinency to little Tommy Watson'e
mendacious rilng. Outholic Ad
vance, V f
Tuoy get most from prayer who
put most into prayer, of time, Inter
est, faith and knowledge.
Miss Julia Malone has
from a visit to Covington.
Miss Florence" I'llcher Iqft yester
day to attend school at St. Mary's-.
Miss Bessie Burns has been vlsit
li K Miss Lillian Wilson In Nashville.
' Clem A. Kllert was among those
from this city registered last week ln
Miss Bertha Ford, of South Louis-
... , ,, ,1, ni,
I .p.eni.'"t W ek T 1 8
at Faris, Tenn.
Mrs. Jennie Sullivan has been
spending a week In Cloverport, visit
ing Mrs. H. A. Oelxe.
Miss Mayme Kelly, 2505 West
Broadway, entertained her bridge
club tast Saturday evening.
Mrs. Katherlne Kearns has been
vlBltlng In Bardstown, the guest of
her aunt, Mrs. John Snaulding.
Miss Anna Blanche McGill has
been attending the centennial cele
bration at Nazareth Academy.
William Leary and wife, of South
Louisville, are on a three weeks'
visit to Hot Springs and Texas.
- writing 01 nome me in ireiana, gives
Miss Margaret Murphy, of Port- a vivid picture of the religious
land, has returned from a week's fervor of the Irish people, from
visit to frienda at Eckerty, Ind. which the following passage is
Harry Bowling had for his guests "If you are In a little town ln any
tho past week his sisters. Misses part of" Ireland except the north
Lura and Estelle Bowling, of New west about noon, when the chapel
Arthur Griffin is expected to ar-
rive soon from Panama to visit his
aunt. Mrs. J. H. Riley, of 316 O
Misses Margaret Guy and Mar-
earet Ford, of Portland, left Sunday
for Lexington to visit Mrs. John
J A Kelly and Jonn J. lierney
were among those from this city so-
JOUming l VeSt HHUtril UUHHK l 11 -
Mrs Martin Donahue has returned
, tn Prowent Hill, after
a protracted visit to friends ln Wash
Mrs. Samuel W. Boardman, of
Rvansvllle, Ind., is here on a visit to
hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J.
Reilly, of 714 Zane street.
Miss Catherine J. Hines, who has
been ill for the past
week at her
residence, 1023 Sixth street, is Im
proving and will soon be able to be
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Klein, of the
Mies Margaret Klein, who entered
"chool there ) '
Miss Nan McCa
vloltlng in In-
Fred T. Heffernan, President
the West Chestnut Democratic Club,
Is celebrating the arrival of a little
girl at his home. Both mother and
child are doing well.
, isi ifiinuo num. .ill givo cui.1110
The Young Men's Social Club, and lotto at St. Mary's Hall. Kighth
composed of the younger set of Llm- street, between Walnut. and Grayson,
erick, has established quarters at n Wednesday, October SO, arter
717 Oidham street, with club rooms noon n(l evening. The afternoon
newly furnished and decorated. games will be called at 2:30 and the
evening games at ' 8 o'clock. The
Mrs C H Blandford of Central
r.i.' h... .ciiin. . tow
j' .i.t i t..
East College street,
for Nazareth to visit
Mrs. Rebecca Kowenburghe. who
was last week the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Ella Johnson, at New Haven
has been spending this week visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Ben Johnson, at
Miss Katherlne Hines
November 7 for Philadelphia to be
the guest of Miss Minnie Bomer, and
later to visit Miss Margaret Dempsey.
Miss Hines will remain ln the East
until after Christmas.
William Shively and. bride,
waa Miss Harriet Price, will reside
at 4002 Grand boutevar I where
they are receiving their friends. They
were married last week. Rev. Father
John O'Connor performing the cere
mony. Miss Genevieve Agnes O'Donnell,
of New Albany, and Louis G. Ilen
dershot, or .Louisville, were married
at Holy Trinity rectory Tuesday
afternoon. The Rev. Charles Cur-
ran, the rector, performed the
Miss Aline Clifford, 625 Twenty-
first street, left last Saturday for
San Diego, Cal., where she will make
her future home. She will reside
with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. William Watts, former
Identg of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. John X
have announced the engagement
their daughter, Miss Margaret J.
Handinan, to Michael W. Dicknian.
Tk.l. ..111 t. .1
i ucir iiiui i mga win uo uicmiiizru j
November 12, and will be one of the
fall weddings in which society will
uke much interest.
lllTT"Z?i fmf. h'ir
friends the marriage ot William P
Stein and Misa Lillian Rusaell was
solemnized Wednesday morning at
oly Trinity church. New Albany,
ev. r atner i urran performing the
eremony. Both bride and groom
are popular, and the bnnt wishes of
relatives and acquaintances follow
them Into their wedded life.
K niuclily enjoyed event of lHHt
eek was the farewull reception
party given by M Ids Katherlne Mur-
hy for her nephew. Wilbur Murphy, "Ph.
fore his departure fur Pittsburg. m
inong thoae present were Misses
Adele Murphy, F.lleen MeCormlck,
Kdna Mlnognn, Katherlne Kilkenny,
Winifred Donovan, Kalhlern MeCor
mjrk, Jenn Murphy, Mary Alice
Fioor, Loretta Murphy; Messrs. An
drew MeCormlck. Walter Whitman,
Kinks Murphy, Duell Henry, Edward
Barrett, Herman Rader, Timothy
Murphy, Arthur Haragan.
The wedding of Miss Rose Herbst
to Walter Ernwine waa solemnized
Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at
St. Cecilia's church with a nuptial
mass crlebrated by the pastor, Rev.
Father Brady. Mis Maud Herbst
was the maid of honor . and Miss
Josephine Sullivan was the brides
maid. William Casey was the best
nsners; John Will, Robert Ernwine,
Henry Kerburg, Joe Rosa and
George Oruber. The ceremony was
followed by a reception at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Herbst, 630 North Twenty
fourth atreet. After a wedding trip
In the East Mr. and Mrs. Ernwine
will be at home at 2605 West Mar
Religious Air Pervades Ire-
land When the Bell
J Robert Lynd, a Presbyterian,
bells ring for the Angelus, you will
see all the men suddenly taking off
their hats and crossing themselves
as they say their midday prayers,
The world loses Its air of work, or of
commonplace idleness, and 'the
streets take on an Intense beauty for
the moment, as the old people and
n-nm. i,.Tr h.T thnir
eyes and m
eyes anu uiuruiur b myiu injci w
. the Mother of God. The boy walking
by a loaded cart standa .till with
ho. h nr t,.mhiA rnrwnrrt.
uarea neau, or biuiuuicb iuiwbiu,
.praying as he walks In the doors
lhu uwuco, ' ' -
unaKe over 1110 river, iutj iuwu an-
sumes a multitudinous reverence as
the tide of prayer sweeps through it
to the dinning music of the bell.
Even the policeman, ludicrously
stiff In hiB military uniform, lowers
his head wirn a kind of salute, and
offers homage to heaven. I confess
I like this daily forgetfulness of the
world ln the middle of the day. It
brings wonder ' into almost every
country town In Ireland at least once
HOXOR HOLY NAME.
More than 7.000 Catholic men,
members of the Holy Name Society,
paraded fn .llenr. and without
11IUB1U Ul ail J MllU 1u1wua.11 wa7
cipal streets of Columbus, Ohio, last
ounaay. aa a proiem Ba...Bt P,u-
ianuy. iub oniy ruuun, iccuuiau;-
ma; ine iraniping was iuu tuimc.
ot Trinity Eplscopalichurch, which
Piayea in nonor oimrne iamoucs.
! 1 iiiser i-ci .utrn sr. .jasa. -uajearai,.
me marcnera Kneii on ine iau anu
in' the street and pronounced after
Bishop Hartley a renewal of their
vows against the use of profanity.
SEWING SOCIETY EVCTIRE.
The Sewing Society of St. Joseph's
rtt.nl.nn.. IJ ...111 n.w.V..
"aaies or mis aeserving society fle-
serve encouragement ln their worthy
entemrlse and their friends and
patrons are urged to assist them on
I XOW PRESIDENT FIC.HME.
rrana (.ignrae, manager or tne
1UV.Ua.Ma TI .. 1. 1 ... vi
"""""" ujihiuk luniuaiiv, is ueiug
congratulated from all Bides on bis
'flun iresiaent or ine waster
Dunma abhociuuoo. ine new rresi-
cent; is one 01 our most successful
ro'T.. ana nls. electlon 18
hi if "iunuy as wen as
.nier mucn discussion and to set-
long standing argument a
match bowling game has been
ranged for next Wednesday evening
,t phoen)jc , pgjj- between Fred I
Stengel and John Ackermann, of the '
Frank Woh- . '
m. yi. ?POn!!!t' ,fJthe ten-p,n
game being the leaders of "Doc"
Zabel's Wednesday evening social
Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue
and Rev. Father Patrick Monaghan
viBlted Mt. Washington last Sunday,
where the sacrament of confirmation
was administered to a class or thirty
five boys and girls at the Church of
St. Francis Xavier, of which v the
Rev. Father Pike is pastor. Bishop
O'Donaghue has made a number of
visits to churches in the rural dis-
tricts this month, administering the
sacrament of confirmation to many
ANNUAL MAMMOTH AFFAIR.
Trinity Council Y M I will srlve
their annual mammoth eu.hra and
dance on the eveninen nf Ortohr
and 25 at their ball, Haxter and Mor-
."d V9 co'n,!e!
determined to make an effort to
break the high record of previous
yearn fur a large list ot prizes, being
ln the past the highest number ever
given In the city.
TKAC1I OLD IRISH.
The University of Illinois has or
ganised graduate work in old Irish,
and pluced a former student of the
uu piueu a iormer student or the'
Minister College at Balllgeary, Ire
Munsfer i ollega at Balllgeary, Ire-
'ana. Mi Oertrude Bchuepperle, !
Ii., in charge of the department,
university authorities have .
purchased a library of, Celtic works,
WALNUT ST. THEATER.
Starting Sunday Matinee, Oct. 20
GREAT FARCE COMEDY,
Don't Lie to Your Wife
FIRST TIME HERE.
Dave Lewis presents thia piece with a
happy mixture of songs sort a company
of pretty girls, and provides one con
tinual scream from start to finish.
Tuesday, Thursday Saturday Mati
Nights and Sunday Matinee, 25c. 35c,
Bay Vow Wnile the Price It tow.
Large, Cleaji Goal, rrh From
The Mines Daily.
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PITTSBURGH LUHF 14. OO
JELX.IOO X.UMP (4.00
btraioht creek lour 94.00
TBAIORT GBIIS HUT JJID
BLACK , $3.75
11 Par Tone of
&, OOO Pound.
OITH TOTJ TBI
FRANKEL GOAL GO,
EIOHTH AND ZANE.
Home Phone City seio
Cumberland Bhone Bonth 1043-T.
A Scapular Medal Free
Soapular medals have been au
thorized by the church to be worn
i """tead of scapulars. We will send
I you one free If yon subscribe for the
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and pictures. Stamps will do.
dress The Child Apostle,
Cormlck building, Chicago, iw.
KMTS OP C0L1JMB11S.I1
Late News That Will Interest
Members Here and Else
where. The Knights of Dayton, Ohio, have
organized a bowling league.
Some sixty-five new members will
be initiated tomorrow at Baton
A. J. Veneman has been
chosen Grand Knight by Evansville
preparations lur 1110 iuhiiuuu a
gooa Biztsu viasa arc uuuci no; v
1 , priee m Council at Cincinnati
jtwchageq Stepsea- W.-mVrsia
its Grand Knight.
Indianapolis Council elected
Thomas D. McGee Grand Knight at
an enthusiastic meeting last week.
Dubuque Knights are busy per
fecting plans for the elaborate
opening of their new home on LocuBt
Mayor Thomas H. O'Neill, of
Auburn, will be a delegate to the
New York State convention in that
city next year,
The Knights of Utlca had an even
ing last week at the fair for the
"'i""" '"" iubib, wueu mey
nearly rid the booths of their
Grand Knight Frank Loughlin
presided at a reception given last
week by the Knights of Syracuse to
the Supreme Council of the Catholic
Mutual Benefit Association.
The order is growing rapidly in
. . ...
ureKOO. Last wee It thlrfv now
members were admitted at La
urande and sixty charter members
are already counted on for a council
being organized at Klamath Falls.
I The Landing day exercises of New
Albany Council last Sunday night in
,oiy Trinity Hall were largely at
tended. Hon. George Voigt, of Jef
lersonvuie, was the
programme was pre-
AGED COVIXGTOMAX DEAD.
Tnlin T . .
years old, President of the Moloney
Shoe Company, died after a short
iUness Monday at his home In t "
ington. wSri I w. Z. n! .1- L
J' J" Mo,one5r' Jr-
Magistrate ln the Erlanger district.
and to Moloney's brnthr-in.iiv
Maurice Oalvin, Collector of Internal
rtevenue in the Covington district.
MISSION AT ST. HELEN'S.
The mission to be given at St.
Helen's church on the Eighteenth
street road by the Fathers of the
rrecious Blood. Revs. C.mlfrv
Tr." ..'J"?. .wl 1
r " " " " "," B V. " c,oclt
,u..wsut illuming, nu win rontinue
gh th" week Thev winhJ
B?a,d8? ,v Th rT-'tn n. . x u
p" ld. by th9 Pastor. ReT- Jhn
CIIAI'LAIM AND MM SOLDIERS.
who w.. riaT
nesota volunteers during the battle '
of Corinth, gave a dinner at hla
home" In 5t. Paul in ce,oratio
or tne fiftieth anniversary of that
battle. Those present were Col. H.
B. Dyke, Capt. M. P. Vanderhorck
and Charles E. Chapel, all old sur
vivors, and Cen. J. W. Bishop, Lieut.
O. Torrence, Col. J. A. It. King, Col.
W. II. Harries and Gov, t'berhart. i
HIGH SCHOOL OPEV.
The magnificent new Catholic
high school erected this summer at
Philadelphia for girls has been
formally opened. One woman con-
tributed 1100,000 to the building
Boys and Girls jj
They are made. to wear, made especially for us,
according to our own specification. They are abso-
mieiy an 1011a leatner tnrougnout; no cut-01 1 vamps;
no substitute used. You take no chance when you buy t
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Sizes 11 1-2 to 2 at $1.50
Sizes 2 1-2 to 6 at $2.00
IT OR CHI1VDRBN
Sizes 5 1-2 to 8, $1.00 and
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MlVr VISIT HOME.
'Front Rome U is cabled there has
been no announcement yet of a con
uUtory ln November, but the five
con no more man inferior T
Sizes 10 to 13 1-2, $1.50
Sizes 1 to 2, $1.75.
Sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2, $5.00. 2
Sizes 8 L2 to 11, $1.25 i
Saturday until 7 p.
at the Lowest Rates
Cardinals created last November and
who have not yet received their red
hats must be summoned to Home for
that purpose within a year of their