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tvssse te the Seclsl ts4 Msrsl Asvsscesseiaest si Irlsl Americas ans Cetfcellc Officially Indorsed bf Anetoet Order o Hibernians, Young Men's Institute and CatboMc Knights of Annrici, aWSCBIPTION PRICE. ONB DOLLAR tjatsraa tk I Hvlll Pwwffla M S nWlM fWfr. MmullCilMtii to M KEffTWrT LOUISVILLE. KY SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 6 1i3 WHAT Y. M. I. OFFERS. Mackin and Trinity Councils, Y. M. I., offer the Catholic young men of Louisville for nominal monthly dues advantages that can not be ob tained elsewhere for more money. Located on Twenty-sixth street and Baxter avenue, both on car lines, they are but a few minutes' ride from the center of the city. Mackin and Trinity provide opportunity to cultivate the acquaintance of the best Catholic young men and boys bf Louisville, and also library rooms, In which can be found current mag azines, the latest books and the best classical literature of the day. The pool rooms, well furnished, give op portunity to Improve the game of pocket billiards, while the shower baths, splendidly equipped, with hot or cold water, soap and towel serv ice, are greatly appreciated. The dance- halls on the second floor of each, with windows on all sides in suring a free ' circulation of air, have the best floors for dancing in the city, with pianos Installed for use any time. Committee meeting Toonis, card rooms and parlors and gymnasiums for physical exercise, furnish ample conveniences for so cial Intercourse and a place where Catholics can meet on common ground. The Y. M. I. here also pays : sick and death benefits, all for sixty cnta a month or two cents a day. iri.1, ia h nrffAiitzatton where tho young man gets his money's worth nrl then some. There is no reason why the membership should not be doubled during the coming winter season. NOTE THIS FACT. Our bilious friends who are ever lastingly bemoaning the fact that if the Catholic church ever became s ruling power In this country, Prot estants would probably be all driven Into the sea, should note the recent action of the constituent assembly aragua, which Is a thoroughly ihniu ronntrv. . Nicaragua re- .ii. .WaiI fhla ' article: "The religion of the State Is the Catholic, Apostolic and Roman. No laws can can be passed contrary to the liberty of the church, or restrictive of Its Judicial personality. No one shall be molested for his religious opin ions, nor compelled to profess any creed or observe any practices .contrary to his conscience." 8ome difference between this and the action of the bigots In this country In early days, who killed Quakers, Jews and Catholics on account of their religious belief. INDORSE ins POLICY. Some English newspapers ae Inclined to criticise President Wil sons' policy, but the President prob ably will find sufficient consolation for that In the fact that bis policy Is indorsed by the American people witness the unanimous demonstra tion of approval that his message called forth in Congress and he Is receiving the moral support of "cer tain great powers." There have been no Important developments this week, and therefore the hope Is gaining ground that the Mexican problem yet remains In fair way of being settled peacefully. CARE FOR POOR. The Little Sisters of the Poor now number 6,793 and they are caring for 45,811 homeless old people. They have SOS houses, flfty-aeven of 'Which are In North and South Amer ica, one of them located In Louisville at Tenth and Magazine, where manv Protestant and Catholics found com fort and shelter In their old age and happily passed away. These good Sisters are some of those awful women that the Menace and Its ilk would slander. They are working for Ood and humanity and the Menace is doing absolutely nothing for anybody but Incessant barking. PERTINENT QUESTIONS. Writing on the future of Socialism and the death of August Bebel, the strongest leader the Socialist party ever developed. Robt, Ellis Thomp son,' in the Irish World, propounds some questions that Bebol's follow ers will find difficult and be slow to answer. Bebel was born to pov erty, and acquired wealth, and yet remained a Socialist. How he could grow rich, while believing that the product In every act of labor-production belongs In its entirety to the laborer and acting on that belief, the writer Is unable to see. If this were cleared up It might help to the answer of another question: riNQ COnlKvprnttl, PaMlaaare PBR YEAR SIMOLB COPY IRISH AMCTlCAW.JWii ww www si. How Is the growth of capital to be maintained, so aa to meet the needs Of a growing population, when the workmen take as their own the entire product and leave neither profits nor dividends to the Social State, their sole employer. Or Is that to be right for the Social State which Is now denounced as practical theft when done by the Individual capitalist T Or la the population to be kept down to what the existing mass of capital will furnish em ployment fort Are we to have a stereotyped condition of society, without progress or outlook, beyond the satisfaction of the needs of the present number of people, to the exclusion of Invention and Improve ment And what If the Socialist theory had been put Into practice 'n the Stone Age, before the rise of any Individualist capital, when every man made for himself the rude tools which could be hammered out of flint? How could the race' of man kind have got any farther than thatf THEY WANT NAME ONLY. ' In October, our over-the-fence Protestant Episcopalians who wan to be knon as Catholics nominrl Catholics will make a great fight to rebaptlxe their organization and ssall it the Catholic church, whlcti prompts the .Catholic Advance to make this query: If the present Prince of Wales, heir to the Englisli throne, become a member, of thU High Church party of the Church of England and therefore should call himself a Catholic, how would h when coming to the throne as Kln4 take an oath that he Is a Prot estant? When England was Cath olic, King and people, they swor: religious fealty to the only Church of Christ, the one having Its head In Rome. When the Protestants got control they put In the clause which bars anyone but a Protestant from the English throne. The intro duction of this question of change of name Bias - been a source of wrangling in' every convention of the Episcopalians. We shall hear some "tall talking" this year if th preliminary committee doesn' chloroform the bill before it gets before the house. Dom Gasquet, the learned Bene dictine and Chairman of the commission conducting the revision of the Latin Vulgate Bible, has arrived In this country, and under the ausDices of the Knights of Columbus will lecture In all the cities upon the great project Insti tuted by Pope Pius X. Elsewhero In this Issue Dom Gasquet explains the obejet of his visit to America, which Catholics will read with Inter est. All Louisville and Kentucky was placed In mourning Wednesday morning when the appalling news was received that Dr. Joseph B. Marvin and bis wife and daughter lost their lives In the awful railroad disaster at New Haven, Conn. They were known for their hospitality and benevolence, and their deaths leave a void that will be widely felt. CREATES REAL BEAUTY. , Would you be beautiful? See to It that you reflect only that which is beautiful In the world. See to it that only beautiful thoughts mold your features. Watch that bitterness, envy, bate. Jealousy, malice and kin dred evil emotions do not work un seen and paint your face with signs of ugliness that disfigure the soul. This Is a lesson In philosophy which can not be lightly regarded, nor can It be passed by as a fantastie theory, (t Is the truth Itself. And the strange, wonderful feature of It is that while nature may mold tho form and face In homely fashion, the beauty of the mind will make them radiant. Beauty of face does not He In creams and cosmetics they are but embellishments. R'ul beauty, In its foundations, comes from the mind. You would not use a poisonous cosmetic See to it then that poison Is no part or tne foundation of your beauty, your mind. WELCOME THEIR BISHOP. Acpnmnnnlxd bv the Very Rev. John T. O'Connell, the Right Rev. Joseph Schrembs, Bishop of Toledo, arrived home last 8unday from a four months' trip to Europe, ana was accorded a welcome surpassing nvthin Har wltnesed In that city and that was concluded with a Jubilee reception In Memorial lia'i on Thursday night. Sunday after iuvin thnra wu a monster parade when the Bishop was escorted to the Cathedral. His boms comma was made almost as memorable as was to Toledo on the Sun day In October, 1U, when he came to be enthroned as the nrsi uisuop of the diocese. ' TUB IRISH FATHER. My collsen dhas, my colleen, v ..ill. fpnm m A JUU I " mimil - f Like the wild geese you're flying Beyond tne wiae, oiu -, My colleen dhas, my colleen, I'll never aee you more, risiit hliua von and nreserve you On the stranger shore. My colleen dhas, my colleen. I see you as 01 yore, ... Wltn your goiaeu cutis ummi My ould gray Cothamore, When she, who had your eyes of blue, God bless her and preserve her, 1 won l DS irom nor iuug. My colleen dhas, my colleen, I see you aa a bride, In the far-off land so happy with him. vour love and pride: '11 bless you both, mavourneen, As I whisper, "Ooa Knows Desi, I'll miss you In my lonely years, But here I wisn to resi. rt'a her aha Is now sleeping. She'd bid me with her stay, The youthful bride who lert you nriiiii aha wit railed iviT! She wanta me here beside her grave To tell ner or your joys, M rnllenn dhas. God bless T0U Till we meet In Paradise. Josephine 'Byrne sumvan. MJss Angela Perry is sojourning at French Lick Springs. Mrs. Alexis J. Schulten was host ess to her bridge club Thursday. MIhs Anna Maloneof New Albany, is spending her vacation with friends In Cincinnati. Miss Ceila Laven has gone East to tpend several weeks and will attend the fall openings. Miss Kabherlne B. Kelly has re turned from a week-end visit to friends at Prospect. John F. Oetken and Albert D Ores have been visiting in Lexing ton this past week. Miss Fannie Sullivan has been visiting In Frankfort, the guest of Mrs. J. V. McDermott. Mi33 Catherine Finnegan returned Sunday from Buffalo, where she vis ited her cousin, Cllf'.on Bush. Misses Florence Barrett and Jii'Ih Flynn, were noticed shopping and sightseeing in Paris last week. Mrs Marv Oathof and daughter. Miss Florence Gathof, left Thursday tor a month s stay at Rome, ma. Mrs. Walter Murphy, of Parkview returned last week from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Will Medley at St. John Miss Catherine O'Leary hag been one of the summer occupants of the Robuins cottage at Olympian springs. Miss Mary Brennan has returned from Frankfort, where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Will lams. Miss Margaret McDanlel was last week a visitor in Bedford, Ind.,- the guest of Mrs. James O'Connell and family. Miss Amelia Crovo and sister, Mrs E H. Young, left Monday on a visit to New York City and other Eastern points. Misses 'Mary and Winifred Brod crick have returned from a week's visit to Dr. and Mrs. Frank Wolf at Corydon, Ind, Miss Julia Flynn and niece, Miss Florence Barrett, of Morton avenue, arrived home this week from their tour of Europe. Miss Mamie iHennessy has been vis iting In Covington this past week as the guest of her cousin. Miss Hor teuse Twyman. Mrs. Edward Doyle and children, of South Louisville, have been spending the past week visiting rela tives in Lexington. Mrs. W. O. O'Rourke, of Parkview, lias bad as her guests for the week Mrs. Louise O'Rourke and son Ivo, of Charleston, 'Mo. Misses Frances Smyser and Helen Mapother -will leave soon for St. Mary's, Carden Olty, L. I., where tbey will attend sohool this winter. Mrs. M. Savage and sister, Mlsa (Catherine McQuire, spent a few days in Cincinnati this past week aa the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bester man. The marriage of Miss Mary Con nelly and Hugh Able took place Thursday at Holy Name church, Rev. Father O'Connor performing the ceremony. MlBg Emma Murphy, 415 West First street. New Albany, spent the week-end In Georgetown as the guest of her cousins, the Misses Esther and Charlotte James. Mr. and Mrs. Phil J. MoGovern an nounce tne engagement of thlr daughter, Miss Margaret MfGovem. to Joseph L. Sohm, Jr. The wedilu? will take place October 1. The recent boy arrival at the res idence of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mur nane has been christened Terence Michael, the latter name In honor of the godfather. Michael J. Cuhlll. (Mrs. Llllla O'Connor and daughter and Mine Margaret Trouhy, of Chi cago, have been vitfttlng Mrs. O'Con nor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blust, West First street. New Al bany. Miss Anita Sower and guests, Misses Kstherlne WelUel, of Iron ton, and Virginia Dundon and Kath erlna O'Connell, of Paris, who spent ONE DOLLAR a month m you on th payroll I of disability caused nest or accident. Ca afford to be without this pro tectlon? WE WANT YOUR WORK We're Prepared to Do It Promptly and in First-Class Style. PRINTING Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. 4 Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty. HOME PHONE 46. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 310 WBSBV OWRKIV HTRBBT. last week with Mrs. John P. Hanley, have returned to their homes. Matthew Corcoran and daughters returned this week front an ex tended Eastern visit and trip through Canada. They were ac companied home by Andrew Cor coran, who Is now located In Canada. Miss Mamie Agnes Decker and Dr. Ben Vaughan were married Monday afternoon by Father Rock In the rectory of the Cathedral of the Assumption. Dr. and Mrs. Vaughan left after the ceremony for a trip to French 'Lick Springs. . A handsome little Y. M. I. has made his advent into the home of Grand President Robert T. Burke on West Broadway, which has caused much rejoicing among his many friends. The proud parents have been kept busy acknowledging con gratulations. His many friends will regret tc learn that Attorney Jrv?eph .T. Keyer is quite 111 of typhoid fever I at his home, . 189 Coral avenue. Thursday his' condition was re ported somewhat improved ani hopes are entertained that his recov ery will not be long delayed. The engagement of Mtus Margaret Frayne and Daniel J. King has Just been announced, the marriage to take olace at St. Louis Bertrand's church on Wednesday morning, September 17. , After the ceremony the young couple will leave for a bridal tour, which will Include Mammoth Cave and Pensacola, Fla., where .tbey will b? guests of relatives of Mr. King. George F. Simonls, the prize bachelor of Mackin Council, re turned Wednesday nleht from an Eastern tour, which was begun after the close of the Y. M. I. convention on August 9. His itinerary in rinded Buffalo. Niagara iFalls. Tor onto and Dennison, Ohio. George's long stay was responsible ior me rumor that he had succumbed to the wiles of Cupid. COL. WHALLEN IX IRELAND. Letters received this week from r.n John H Whallen. who la now tnnrlno- Ireland aav that he Is hav ing a good time ana mat nis neauu has geratly Improved. Col. Whallen was In London last week, and will not return before October. HOME FROM ERIN. ' James Thompson, the widely known Kentucky distiller, arrivea home Tuesday from Ireland, where he has been visiting his brother and relatives for the past two months. While In Belfast Mr. Thompson was urged to remain In Erin and become a member of the Irish Parliament that will meet In Dublin. COVTXGTOX. Extraordinary preparations are being made in Covington for the laying of the cornerstone of the new St. Augustine's church, which will take place on Sunday afternoon, September 21. Right Rev. Bishop Maes will preside at th ceremonies, which will be preceded by a parade of the various Cathollo- societies of the city. VACATION FOR ENGINEER, iTsmns Oiimminca. the big and genial Louisville & Nashville rail road engineer, and his wife, of 1717 South Third street, left Batur dav for a Dleasure trio to the North- ern Lakes and throughout Canada. They will be gone a month. MADE SICK GLAD. Patients t st the City. Deaconess and Sts. Mary and Elisabeth Hos pitals were made glad Tuesday by E. T. Scbroltt, Louisville's new Post master, who distributed tbe flowers received by him when be took office among tbe afflicted at the thres In stitutions. The flowers were dis tributed by a sister of the Post master. . MISSIONARY COXGKKSH. The second Catholic Missionary Congress of America will take place i In Boston during the week beginning October 1. Sixty or more Bishops from this country, fifteen from Can ada and hundreds of tbe reverend clergy will assemble under the Presi dency of Cardinal O'Connell. The turces of h flrat congress, held five years aao In Chicago, waa notable and resulted In awakening much In terest In the missionary movement In tbe more siarsely settled com munities' in the West and South. TRANSYLVANIA HffiCO. L N. Canada, Gen'l Supt. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else ' where. Indiana has over 9,000 members. Tomorrow Chere will be a big Initia tion at Brookvllle, Ind. Prospects are bright for a new council at Hot Springs, Ark. Mansfield Council will have charge of next year's outing at Cedar Point, Ohio. Knights from Minnesota exempli tied the third degree Monday at Reglna, Sask. Everywhere throughout the coun try plans are being formulated for the general observance ot Columbus day. U Is announced that In the near future there will he another good lass ready for Initiation at Pine Bluff, Ark. The annual outing at Cedar Point brougfbt together some 600 members nd their families from .fifty Ohio councils. The Knights of Tola, Kai.. are starting a campaign to make their Membership over 10,0 before tbe first of the year. The three degrees were exemplified Monday for many candidates for mem bership In Manltowoo and Bheybog- gan councils at Manitowoc, IWts. Tbe Fourth degree Knights ot Northern Illinois acted as escort to Monslgnor John Bonzano, .the Apos tolic delegate, and Archbishop Qulg- ley when tbey visited Ottawa, 111., snd dedicated three schools on Labor day. . KITIIRK AND LOTTO. Next Monday night at I o'clock there will be a euchre and lotto party in St. Michael's achool hall on Brook ktreet, between Market and Jeffer son, rt will be conducted by the ladles of tbe parish, who promise the players a pleasant evening and hand some favors. The same night at 10 o'clock tbe prizes contested for at the Spring Bank picnic will be awarded. DECLINES POSITION. Through a resignation to take ef fect Immediately tbe Rev. Joseph P. MoQualde has withdrawn from the position of Special Commissioner ot Catholic aotlvitles and events of the Panama-Paclflo International Exposition. Tbe reason given for severing bis connection with the Exposition Is that bs does not be lieve It becoming bis office as clergyman to serve as a Special Com missioner. In bis letter he expresses appreciation for tbe "unfitting co operation" of the Exposition officials. , MEN'S U ODI II jmS 59 Years Un Uuora U .ww,t.w Kiw W 1' I II I ft If 7-?0m.Jfk:A ii i in i r iM'j?v'j:m i iru m ii i.i ?rr w-s2 u H ) MO Your Monev Guarded If . " i Jl On Interest lh ill if ft li'll he interest ana an tnat a part or your weeiciy s s II tl M IrW 1 1 II III II II earnings would soon amount to in this sate old II if M WW 17 III U bank will come in mighty handy one of these days II 0 V sv' Jasf jl y for helping you to buy a new home, pick up a Ii II good paying investment or start you in a business II II t f of your own. HJI 13 .. Bring us regularly a part of your earnings and I J f' III we will pay you interest on it compounded every I 1" 1 7 1 O I six months until you are ready to use it II I r 1 V For 59 years we have been faithfully I I I I'M J II safeguarding the people's money and we I 1 . . r l offer you the same protection under the p i I f direct supervision of the State of Kentucky. di II THIRD AND MARKET. I I II A dollar Ipot starts you. Btgin rf If 1 1 J P ' today. It is what you $avt that counts' , ffcl J L " ' - 1 German Insurance Bank Wf (n UiaR QFCOMBIiS. Q "jw. JSJfi-rfya Ben L Bruner, President. Kentucky SEPTEMBER The Kentucky State and livestock exhibitors best, products of their farms and best specimens of livestock and to the women an opportunity to display their handiwork and cookery at the 1913 Fair, for which liberal premiums are offered. 30,000 in Premiums 6-BIG DAYS-6 Rekei Railroai Rates For Information, Entry Blanks, Catalog, Etc., address ' J. L. DENT, Secretary, 70S PAUL JONES BUILDING LOUISVILLE .laaaasaaBaBBMSssaHsvsaaBaaaBsaBamsasa U ' ' - iJSwJielwj V J H.C WJUA Piss.. A. P. Winkle. Vice Pies. im ' II I C Robbert. Cukief. Edmund Rapp, At. Ch. 'fflHTZISfl fl f$lJJf? II . , JohnE-Huhe. Msr.Ssvini.Dept. I JjpTl Ui ftljl ' OOmECTORS-HeniyAlnistedt. Ous.Scnolu.Jr.. ftttfc! Alfred Struck. Edw. F. Peter. Coo. Kopmeief. HeiuyCW.becKA.P.WiDklet, O MJ TUck I ad Hnllnr I ri,.i . ...m fr something vou SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED B . as a it T A tl II (' i iwleaavear: There MAY COMB I mast be spent for something- you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dellar you are wasting might keep that "bard Hme" from ever coming. Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. fl Open Dally Until 3 p. m. Suits and Overcoats $16 Up 425 W. JEFFERSON. ARCHBISHOP OF MILWAUKEE, nn BVldaY of last week His Grace irchhlshon Messmer reached the age ot sixty-four years, having been born on August t. 149. l Goldach, Switzerland. un iNOvem- ,h Ar.hhi-hoD will observe the .it. ,nnif.run of his appoint ment as Metropolitan of Milwaukee. Ad multos annosl -TILTXCTTSEKMS DOOMED. The hlstorlo village of Ardiuore, County Waterford, Ireland, Is aanmwt br tha Incoming sea, accord ing to a recent report. The village Is eight miles from Cork, and eon tains many Interesting remains ot early essleslastlca! architecture. Sixth Floor, Paul Jones Building State Fair 15 to 20, 1913 Fair wilt offer to the farmers an opportunity to exhibit the 1 did not NEED would have started a f J a time wnea yoar uioi ,v,. ft, Saturdays Until 7 p. m. Home Phone City 3238 "UP STAIRS STORE" GAYETY THEATER Ob Week, OoauuaBotas; Sa4ay statu, GREAT INDIAN DRAMA, Where the Trail Divides A Striking Story of Amarcaa Life and Sceocs In the West. PaiOaS Bunday Matins lOo, 150, Ho anil too. Tuaaday, Thursday aud Batur dajr Matinees, 1,000 seats at 16a. Wants loo, lto, lc loo and 71a. Next rVe.k-Mutt and Jeff. MOSTLY G1KLH, la tbe Southern cotton mills tl per cent, of the women employed are under twenty-one years of age.