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I it IVOLUMEI COUNTY BOARD Ancient Order of Hibernians Hold a Splendid Business Meeting Treasurers Report Shows the Irish Field Day Was a Succes- sArrangements Under Way for the State Conventionand Ladies Auxiliary MAY REPEAT THE BALL GAME The regular meeting of the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hiber nlans was held in Hibernian Hall Sevehth and Market streets last Satur day night County President Thomas Keenan was in the chair and every one of the local divisions was represented Treasurer George Butler read his report of the receipts and expenditures on account of the Irish field day The report showed that a handsome sum had been realized It was decided to send letters of appreciation to all the donors of prizes in the field day contests Secretary WT Meeban was Instructed to send a letter of condolence to Barney Coll of Jeffersonville exState Treasurer of the Indiana Ancient Order of Hiber nians who recently ffered the loss of tits estimable wife The County Board decided to keep a record from year to year of the prize Ijrinncrs time etc In the various athletic contests Reports made by delegates from the s various divisions show that the interest in the A O H ball game which took place on Irish field day is still unabated On this occasion the Portland team de fe ted the Limerick nine by the score of 12 to 11 The Limerick boys believe they were defeated by accident and are anxious for another go After a general discussion the matter was turned over to Division Presidents Hennessy and Mackey and Captains John Grogan and Hugh Higgins These gentlemen are now considering the advisability of arranging another game between the qungri n of Divisionsl aand to be played at Eclipse Park during the latter part of September None but members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be allowed to play on either team If the game is pulled off the proceeds will be donated to fitting np a gymnasium fot members of the order It was announced that a distinguished speakerwould deliver a Jecture to the A O H on the evening of September 29 Al local Hibernian will be invited to attend The County Board also tools up the matter of preparing for the State convention which will be held in this cit- yVop Sunday September 14 Tbel follow 7 tug Committee on Arrangements was appointed Newton G Rogers Mike T nan John J HennessY George J Butler and Owen Kelran r President Dolan of Division 1 nlade a brief address in favor of the organiza tion of a Ladies Auxiliary The board decided to call a meeting of the wives sisters and sweethearts of members of the A O H to be held at Hibernian Hall on the afternoon of Sunday September 28 at which time the Ladies Auxiliary will be organized The first fall initiation of the A O iH will be held by Division 4 on Wednesday evening September 10 GRAND BANQUET Attonded the Passing of the Leo Dramatic Asso ciation The members of the Leo Dramatic Society met at St Marys Hall Eighth and Grayson streets last Wednesday evening and dissolved the society the work for which it had been organized having been accomplished The Leo Dramatic Society was organized in 1897 for the purpose of paying off the debt of St Marys school building From time to time the society lent its aid to other charitable causes Now that the work for which it was organized has bees accomplished the society has passed away On the occasion of Its passing the members were tendered a banquet in the school hall Colemsn Weiss was the toastmaster Of course Very Rev Father Westermann was the center of attraction and made an address thanking the members of the society for what they had done Other speakers wets Rev Father felling Henry W Newman August C Revermatf Emmet B Kennedy Ben Middendorf James J Barry Dr Ed Hubbnch and Coleman io WeissYAfter you have learned a thing stick to it The work that affords the less diffi culties is the one that has been mstetd the best and not the one that may ap pear more attractive There isa great deal ol truth in that old saying A rolling stone gathers no moss The fault often lies in ourselves aad not in the work Where there is the disposi V arr tion to learn properly and then apply the knowledge well there will always be a happy amount of satisfaction and con tentment A false sense of pride is what impedes the progress of many young women who look on certain lines of work in which they would be successtul as too inferior for them Golden opportunities are rare and the wise young woman accepts the ones that come within her reach This false sense of pride is the cause of many aimless lives that are easily dissatisfied And work that is well done is honorable This is a fact that the ambitious girl will not despise LABOR DAY Was Appropriately Celebrat od by Local Labor Unions Labor day the national holiday of the workingmen was appropriately celebrated in Louisville In accordance with the mandates of Congress the proclama tion of Gov Beckham and Acting Mayor Weisstnger the banks and many of the business houses were closed all day Early in the morning it rained Later there was more rain but that did not keep the people from coming out to see the parade nor did it keep the members of labor unions from joining in the pa rade when the time came at 230 oclock At that time the sun shone but the streets were muddy nevertheless between 10000 and 12000 union men fell into line and marched through the prin cipal streets to Phoenix Hill Park where the picnic was held Acting Mayor Weissinger occupied a carriage in the parade At the picnic grounds speeches were made by J A Parker and Joseph D Bradburn The picnic lasted till long after midnight and was a financial success Too much credit for the celebration can not be given to James W Dougherty who was Chairman of the Labor Day Committee John Fuchs the grand marshal and George Goetz President of the Stone cutters Union All of these gentlemen worked hard for the labor celebration As a result of his good work Jim Dougherty will doubtless be sent to represent Typographical Union No 10 at the next meeting of the State Federation of Labor RUMORS THICK Will Matt Wlnn be an Official oftlteNewJockey Club Matt Winn the well known Fourth avenue tailor is back after a trip to New York wherein business and pleasure were combined Rumor has it that Mr Nina will be one of the prominent officials when the Louisville Jockey Club is reorganized Some have it that he will be Secretary others that he will be Vice President Mr Winn smiles and says nothing There is nothing too good for Matt Winn and no matter what position he may be given he will be a credit to the Jockey Clubtbat is if he wants a place with it PEOPLE YOU KNOW Everybody in Louisville that is any body knows Pat Finegan First of all Finigan is a good fellow then be is a fine mechanicthere is none better in Louis ville and he is first last and all the time an IrishAmerican Pat you know was a turnkey at the county jail for awhile but politics didnt suit Pat Pat had an unpleasant way of telling the truth at all times and the politicians didnt like it but Pat did not care He went back to the Louisville Nashville shops and began to work where truth was appre ciated But Finegan has one failing if it can be called a failing He wont get up in the morning when he is called He waits for the first whistle which blows at 640 Then he bounds out of bed makes his morning ablution jumps into his clothes eats his breakfast reads the paper smokes his pipe and then gets to the roundhouse before the second whis tle blows at 650 oclock If you dont believe this ask his brother Mike ANXIETY TO PLEASE People dont like to be contradicted but nobody who is worth anything likes to fee met with perpetual acquiescence Some well meaning girls in their anxiety to please hasten to approve every word that falls from ones lips The sooner they learn the gentle art of disagreeing the better The person who agrees with everything that is said must be shallow and sballowncss is very tiresome Well raised doubts are essential to intelligent conversation Amicable disagreement Is the safest basis for friendship because people who understand it can not quar rel Courtesy lies behind it Beyond that unselfishness It is curious how the spade always turns up unselfishness when digging for the root of our virtues CAUSE FOR CONGRATULATION The members of Mackin Council are congratulating themselves upon the fact that in three years they have paid off 3600 of the debt on the home for the council at Twentysixth and Slevin streets In less than two years the debt will be entirely wept out The Moat Rev Archbishop Ryan will preach the jubilee sermon at the fiftieth anniversary celebration of St Johns Cathedral Cleveland next November 9 ii al VERY IMPORTANT Will Be the State Convention of the Catholic Knights of America State President Will Doubtless Be Elected One of the Supremo Delegates i 4 A Few Words About the Present State Officers in Kentucky DELEGATES WILL MEET TUESDAY A large and enthusiastic delegation will go from Louisville to Frankfort to attend the State convention of the Catholic Knights of America which opens there next Tuesday The meeting will be an important one and a full attend ance of the delegates is expected The present State officers of the Catholic Knights of America are Spiritual DirectorRev L Bax State President Michael Reichert State Vice President E T Houlihan State Secretary John J Score State TreasurerSylvester Rapier Supreme TrusteeW C Smith State Delegates to the last Supreme conventionHarry A Veeneman and Joseph P McGinn both of Louisville Very Rev Father Box the State Spiritual Director is known and loved all over Kentucky He has labored as a priest in this State nearly fifty years and forty five years of the time was spent atSt Johns church In this city He has been an ardent worker in behalf of the Catho tic Knights of America almost since the incipiency of that society State Presi dent Reichert is the master painter at the Kentucky Wagon Works in this city He has long been a hard worker in the ranks of the Catholic Knights and has served his brethren faithfully as State President during his terms It looks now as if he were to be promoted by being made one of the delegates to the Supreme convention which meets in St Louis in May 1003 State Vice President Houlihan is the leading grocer at Lexington and has for years been an ardent worker in the ranks of the Catholie Knights of America John J Score the State Secretary is a valued employe of the mechanical department of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company He has been time after time reelected Secretary of Branch 4 and Las always proven a careful capable and thoroughly reliable official He will be reelected State Secretary this year by acclamation Sylvester Rapier the State Treasurer is the leading banker at New Haven and has long been noted for his fidelity to the Catholic Knights He will also be reelected unless all signs fail Harry A Veeneman who was one of the State delegates to the last Supreme convention will not be a candidate this year but tins stepped aside in favor of Mr Reich it Mr Veeneman holds a responsible rxjsii lion with Levy Bros J R McGinn will undoubtedly succeed himself as Supreme delegate He holds a clerkship with tjie Louisville Nashville Railroad Coin pany The Louisville delegates will leave Louisville for Frankfort via the L N at 4 ooclock p m Monday September 8 The train will lleave from the depot at First and Water streets The headquarters of the delegates will be at the Capital Hotel The convention will be held in the same building A complete list of the delegates is as foHowsBranch4W C Smith Branch 6 Edward NeuhausIBranch 6 Charles Falk and Frank SpeckertBranch 14 Louisa Fackler Branch 1L A M Grieff Branch 16M J Hanley Branch 18 John Murphy Branch 21 Patrick Holley Branch 24 Thomas P Dignan Branch 25Albert F Martin or Will T MeehanBranch 27 Murty Shea k Branch 29 Edward Dowling Branch 31W T Spaulding Branch 32Charles Hubbucb Branch 36 Joseph Hubbuch Sr Branch 39J A Shrader Branch 44 Louis Goedde Branch 45Henry Felhoelter Branch 47Thomas Noe Branch 49 John A Funk Branch 61 James E Rapier Branch 83E Power Branch 101W M Spalding Branch 127R L Roberts Branch 129Dr J A Averdick Brapch 132 Michael Woods Branch 1MM T Shine Branch 262P X Wolpert Branch 377 James C Fisher 1 Branch 626 Heniy G Hoeroer v Branch 642 James McBride t Branch 709H J Thomas J Branch 716 Joseph Wfcghaus Branch 903N T Barker TRINITY COUNCIL EUCHRE Trinity Council Y M L assisted by the Young Ladies Auxiliary has ar raBgedtto give an open air euchre and dance at Pbeenix Hill Park on Septem ber 17 In case of rain the euchre will beheld in the hall A great many band some prizes will be distributed t t t +k Fy CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Who Will Bo Prominent Figures at i the State Convention at Frankfort 1 Michael Reichert State President John J Score State Secretary Joe P McGinn Supreme Delegate Harry Veeneman President Louisville Central Committee t William T Meehan Albert F Martin President Branch 25 tt 11A M Grief Padncahs Delegate ELECTED NEW OFFICERS Star Council of the Knights and Ladles of Security one of the strongest and beat conducted of that order held a meeting Tuesday night that crowded Dinwiddie Hall The annual election of officers was held and the meeting nights changed to Hie first and third Tuesdays of each month 0 L ABLE REPORT Of the N tloIl Federation ot Catholic Societies Read Dr J W Fowler Gave a Com prehensive Statement of the Meeting Louisville Delegates Were Ap pointed on the Important Committees I A BLESSING FROM HOLY FATHER The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies held its regular meeting at Satolli Hall last Thursday night The most important business of the evening was the reading of the report of Dr J W Fowler President of the County Federation as delegate to the American federation of Catholic Socie tiesDr Fowler presided over the meeting which was well attended His report was read by Eugene J Cooney Secretary of the County Federation- Dr Fowlers report detailed every incident of the convention A great deal or the information has come to us hereto fore through the daily papers in a general way but Dr Fowlers report was official and gave much information that the daily press did not have He told in brief of the election of him self and Mr Cooney as delegates from the Jefferson County Federation to the National Federation and how they were welcomed by other delegates- Dr Fowler then told how the conven tion met in Chicago August 15 The delegates attended pontifical mass in the Holy Name Cathedral The sermon was preached by the Right Rev Bishop Messmer of Green Bay Wis After mass the National Federation convened at Association Hall The delegates were welcomed by Mayor Harrison T B Minahan of Columbus 0 President of the Federation responded to the address ofwelcome The body then went into executive session One of the most important matters discussed was the Philippine question An able address on the subject of the friars Jn the Philippines was delivered by the Rev Father OReilly a member of the Augustinian order of friars In brief Father OReilly advocated a free discus sion of the Philippine question in the United States His address was well receivedand the federation adopted a resolntiorLshowing that the sentiment of the delegates was that the Philippine question was not understood in the United States and advised the formal presentation a memorial on the subject to the United States Government Rev Father Gans who has charge of the Catholic children attending the Indian school at Carlisle Pa addressed the federation on the Indian school question He was present as a represen tative of Archbishop Ryan of Phila delphia rather Cans gave a graphic description of the Indians from the time of the discovery of America until now a mere handful were left at the present day He told how they had been driven from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean how an Indian was the one memberof the human family that had never bowed the knee to any but God the Great Spirit He recounted what the late President Grant had done for the benefit and education of the Indians and how little was being done by the Government now and showed how Mother Drexel a Catholic nun was spending 100OOQ annually from tier own purse for the education of the Indians Father Cans wasWell received and the federation later adopted a resolution of sympathy with the Indians and pledge the moral support of all Catholics to the Indian Government schools During the first days session of the convention Pope Leo XIII sent his blessing to the federation It was received with many wishes for his continued good health Dr Fowlers report also showed how the Louisville delegates were well placed on committeesDr Fowler was made a member of the committee on constitu tion Eugene J Cooney was appointed on two committeesresolutions and finance William T Meehan on two committeespress and nominations To crown It all Dr Fowler was made a member of the Board of Directors or Executive Board the controlling body of the federation- Dr Fowler invited the delegates to meet in Louisville in 1003 and the majority of the delegates favored him but Bishop McFaul of Newark made a- persOnal appeal to have it held in the EastDr Fowler withdrew Louisville and nominated Atlantic City and the federa tins so decided and so the convention will meet there on the third Tuesday in July nestyear The ffederation now takes in societies of German French Bohemian Polish and other Catholics who previously stood aloof The constitution was modified to suit their several wishes so that uow the National Federation is national indeed Dr Fowlers able report was well received A number of new delegates presented tiqrMr Mc 0 J credentials and were seated The sug gestion made some time ago that the fed eration select a fifth week night for meetings thus avoiding conflict wlth affiliatedI societies will doubtless be adopted soon The Treasurers report showing the= condition of the finances and mounts due from members was received The federation made provisions for the appointment of an Executive Board for Jefferson county- Newton G Rogers submitted a reportl on Constitution and bylaws which was addpted The meeting adjourned until the first Thursday in October CATHOLIC LAYMEN Are Getting Things in ShapeI For the Bishops Jubilee The arrangements for the celebration of the golden jubilee of the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey are progressing favor ably The clergy and the laymen are meeting from time to time each hod meeting separately but both acting i unjson Up to date the following pro gramme for the celebration has been agreed upon Sunday October 6 Pontifical high mass at the Cathedral N Monday October 6Mass at the Cathe dral for the children Tuesday October 7The Bishop wiltI be tendered a banquet and reception by the clergy of the diocese The clergymen met at St Francis Hall1 Monday and heard reports from the com mittees All reported favorable progress The committees of laymen met at St Francis Hall Thursday night with Michael J Duffy presiding The roll call showed thirtyfive congregations represented and that the representation o each congregation had been increased- from lJ I two to five members Mr Edwar- J I Hill Chairman of the committee on arrangements of celebrating read his committees report The committee recommended that the pastors of the congregations be asked to ring the churc bells for at least fifteen minutes begin ning at 7 oclock on the evening oE Saturday October 4 that pastors basked e to celebrate a high mass in honor of the Right Rev Bishop at 10 ocloc F Sunday morning October 5 that th men of the different congregations as semble on Sunday afternoon October 5 at a given point and headed by the Knights of St John parade past a re viewing stand to receive the Bishops blessing that committees on finance press general arrangements printing and badges and music be appointed The report of the committee was adopted after a full and free discussion President Duffy announced his chair men of committees as follows FinanceFrank Geher PressJ J Caffrey Music John Silberg General Arrangements Edward J OBrienPrinting and BadgesEdward J Hill Each Chairman was instructed to select his colleagues in the various committees The meeting adjourned to meet next week NEW IMPETUS Given the IrishAmerica I Society by Its Recent Departures Thh IrishAmerican Society held large and enthusiastic meeting at Hiber nian Hall last Thursday night Presi dent John J Flynn was in the chair Nine applications for membership were received Short talks were made by President Flynn Pat Connaugton Tom Keenan Joe Nevin Dennis Heffernan and Thomas P Walsh Mr Walsh gavs an interesting account of his recent visit to the Catholic University at Washing ton D C The new Committee on Obligation i made up of President Flynn Thomas Keenan and Thomas P Walsh Since the adoption of the new consti tution the IrishAmerican Society is on the boom It is not in conflict with any benevolent or insurance society but iis now pledged to the social and political benefit of Irish Americans in Louisville November The next initiation will take place iin 1 CORNER STONE Of St Johns Church at Car rollton Will Draw a Crowd All the local YM I Councils are arranging to go to Carrollton Ky to assist in the laying of the corner stone o St Johns new church at that place Rev Father Ignatius M Ahmann pastor of the church is Grand Chaplain of the- Y M I in Kentucky and his Louisville friends want to make the laying of the corner stone a success The cornerstone of the present church at CarrolltonI was laid by Right Rev Bishop M J Spalding of Louisville afterwards Arch bls agoCovington alsot send delegations to Carrollton to assist iin the ceremonies 1 WON THE COW luckyIcketthe Spftngbank Club lawn fete jj Y i 11- c SILVER JUBILEE Of Father Paul Alf Will Bo Appropriately Celebrated This Month Members of St Boniface Parish Will Ilaudsomoly Remem her Him Venerable Parents of the Priest Will Be Among the Visitors ELABORATE PROGRAMME ARRANGED The Very Rev Father Paul Alf 0 F Mwill celebrate the twentyfifth aunt SundaynSeptember as a consequence every man woman and child of St Boniface congregation of which he is pastor is at work to make the celebration success During the past five years Father Paul as he is popularly known has been pas tor of St Boniface church on Green largeIone largest the city and his labors are unremitting in ofIjubilee begin at the late mass 10 oclock on the morning of Sep tember 21 The mass will be solemn byIFatherRaPheel Hesse O F M An augmented choir under the direction of Prof Oscar Kleinmeyer will choirIEichhornsIIn the afternoon at 3 oclock solemn vespers will be sung and in the evening at 730 oclock Father Paul will be ten societieshcongregation theEner to Father Paul and the visiting cler TUekhimepresents Addresses be delivered by prominent membersjdfjilbe congregation One of the main features of interest attending the celebratfcfrwlll be the presence of the venerable ftffaer and mother of Father Paul Alf whotojll come here from their home in Hamilton Ohio to attend his Jubilee HamiltonIfifty years ago Early in life he decided to become a priest and at the f age of seventeen entered the novitiate of that branch of the Franciscans known as the Order of Friars Minor He was edu cated in their various seminaries and was ordained at Cincinnati on September 21 1877 In 1889 be was located in Louisville one year He was then sent to Chatham Canada where he remained ten years After that he was sent to various parts of the United States and Canada until be was sent to Louisville five years ago as pastor of that great GermanAmerican congregation who worzship at St Boniface church nBIGCELEBRATION In Honor of Ninth Anniver sary of Mackin aCouncil Mackin Council Y M 1 had a well attended meeting last Tuesday night A dozen applications for membership were received Reports from the various com mittees showed that satisfactory arrange 1merits were in progress for the celebra thetfounding of the council which event will take place Tuesday evening On this r4 occasion twentyfive new members will sbe initiated Addresses will be made by Supreme Delegate John Barry of New Haven Grand President Perry and Deputy Grand President William Me L1ulzrand others Invitations have beep sent 1to other local councils and to the New Albany council to attend Ss FRANKFORT GOSSIP i What the Young People Are Doing In the Capital f Cityff Frank Jeffries of Frankfort and Miss Irene Nolin of Lexington were married by the Rev Father Thomas Major in his rectory at Frankfort this week The at andfJ R Sower After a trip East Mr and Mrs Jeffries will reside in Frankfort L T Schuff visited Paris Ky this week D J McNatnara has returned from a visit to Georgetown preI paring to produce the well known comedy ClA LoYal Friend early in the fall GOOD FOR KILKER John J Kilker recently appointed member of the Louisville police force MondayMrbe aCredit to the force and his success will gratifying to his friends all ever the city v- J k iN w 4 K NTUOKY IRISH AlYIERICAw J KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM III11IINIIWIIIIIIIIFIN Pevoted to the Moral and Social Advsuoetaeat of all Irish Americans wILLrIAM M HXGGXN8 Publirher 5UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc flustered at the LowtsvlllePestofflce SecondClass Matter 6ddtets alt Comtnnnlcatlonitotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreen Street TRADES aBEI COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY111 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1902 t APPRECIATED 4 Rev Louis G Deppen in the Record of which he is the able editor under date of August 28 has A the following good words to say for the Kentucky Irish American- In recent years and in Louisville i another excellent weekly has been added to Catholic journalist in Kentucky It is a paper devoted to the moral and social advancement of IrishAmericans in genera and to their local religious and socia interests in particular Its editor t and publisher is Mr William M Higgins a prominent and esteemed citizen of Louisville It is now in its ninth volume and is we are gratified to hear meeting with the success it so justly deserves It ii- a is well made upand a well printed publication ordinarily of twentyeight large folio columns occasionally increased to fiftysix l Such an approval from such sa- very worthy source is indeed something to be grateful for The Ken tucky Irish American has had at ia struggle from its birth till the present time Newspapers are like childrenthey have many ills am ailments before they reach sturdy maturitybut it can not be said of 4 them that the good die young Many good newspapers do die young but the great majority of newspapers live to a happy old age Rev Father Deppen in giving tkeforegoing approval of the Ken tucky Irish American spoke not of this paper alone He was giving t1outline of the history of Catho lie journalism in Kentucky But the editor feels proud indeed to be classed among the Catholic journal ists of the State It is an honor unexpected but certainly most wel comeThe Record and the Kentucky Irish American are not rivals in any sense of the word The Record is published to give the news of the diocese of Louisville to Catholics and whatever money is received k from its publication goes toward the support of the orphans They F are Gods poor Rev Father Dep pen is doing a great work for the orphans in editing and publishing their paper and is also doing a grand educational work among the by his writing The Record Peach week contains many efforts from his pen There is a thought in every line It is a journal not to be lightly laid aside and is not worldly in any sense It is well worth reading and rereading It is our hope that Rev Father Dep pen will be spared many years to continue his work in behalf of the orphansThe Kentucky Irish American feels that its mission has not been altogether in vain after the kind words spoken in the Record LABOR DAY Last Monday was Labors holiday and it was generally observed throughout the country but no where more heartily nor with more reason than in this city The parade was the largest the appearance and behavior of the marchers the best and the turnout of the public more universal than ever before And in no year has organized labor such cause for rejoicing During the past twelve months all labor organ izations have grown adding thou sands of members and several new unions were formed the relations between labor and employers have become more harmonious and most differences have been settled amic 0 ably and favorably to Jabor strikes have been t re cwhea the many crafts and thousands of workmen Involved are considered the only Y oJ o serious disturbances being of the coal miners in the anthracite West Virginia and Western Kentucky hotbeds of trouble for years and not to labors discredit but due to the enmity and obstinacy of the operators in denying just or ever humane treatment of employes and resorting to oppression and brutal ity to enslave or drive out all honest labor And even these are a source of hope for the forbearance and good behavior of the striker under the ordeal compared with the haughty lawlessness of the operators has attracted public aLLen tion aud the comparison is influenc ing public opinion and uniting employers capitalists the press am public officiale with organized tabor in protest and effort to right the wrongs of years standing- In this city organized labor iis stronger and more harmonious that ever before the feeling and opiniot of employers have changed tomore favor as the real object peacefu and lawful course of labor unions iis revealed to them In nearly all industrial establishments union labor is employed at least in part and nearly all closed down to allow their employes a holiday those that are antagonistic and excluding union labor being the exception well known and easily pointed out With such results of conservative and peaceful policy and unity and harmony Louisville labor unions had reason to heartily celebrate and to hope for continued progress and gains in membership and added employers converted to unionism in the near future The indisputable betterment of labors condition will secure the first the peace and pros perity of union establishments should open the eyes of nonunion employers to the folly of their prejudices j and bring them into the fold Such orderly celebrations as that of Monday calling public attention to the real objects and lawful methods of organized labor especially in this city tend to the attainment of this much desired result- SOWING THE WIND The New York Journal publishes the pictures of Hon Mark A Hanna J Pierpont Morgan and President Roosevelt underlined with these words in large type These three men could settle the anthracite strike if they sincerely wished to do so Hon Marcus A Hanna is United States Senator from Ohio but has no authority to settle the strike unless it be as Chairman of the Civic Federation in which capacity he as well as Archbishop Ireland and other members has strivenjor weeks to induce the mine operators to accept the miners proposition to arbitrateMr has not been shown to be connected with or have any control over the anthracite operat ors but it seems that because he is the promoter and organizer of great industrial commercial and trans portation combinations involving many millions of dollars it is in his power to dictate to everybody and- verythinga mere surmise with no real fou dation President Roosevelts powers are defined and limited by law and he has no arbitrary powers By what authority he could settle the strike in no way directly affecting the Government or its business is hard to even conjecture Similar publications frequently appear concerning other officials even churchmen and wealthy men in other sections of the country When a prominent newspaper publishes such an asSertion it Q M should give some reason or ground for a basis not only a a matter of justice to the men charged with so grave an offense lor offense it certainly is if true but in the interest of law and order and the rights of the people Sympathy for the strikers disapproval of the course of the operators who seem to be responsible for the prolonga tion of the strike and indifferent as to its consequences to the public welfare all these do not justify such an assertion against three prominent men one of them the chief officer of the Government Such publications cater to the prejudice and excite the passions oi the ignorant and thoughtless against the rich and the Govern ment practically indorsing and disseminating the anarchistic idea that the rich and officials are all powerful above and beyond the law free to do as they please re gardless of right and justice and use the powers of government to carry out their private ends and interests they are masters the people their slaves Though gen erally uttered in the interest of labor they are a positive injury to the working people who are wrongly charged with holding and seeking to enforce such views thus incurring the suspicion if not the illwill of the American people who while sympathizing with labor recognize and believe in protecting the just rights and good name of all even the rich and first and above everything else love and uphold their Government and honor their public officials above partisanism and resent any imputations against them As thoughtful and conservative people pass such assertions by with contempt their only effect is to sow the seed of anarchy among the ignorant and credulous who accept such statements as truth They are sowing the wind We hope the American people will not reap the whirlwind A Catholic priest in Texas who has become convinced that socialism is the panacea for all human ills and wrongs notified his Bishop of his withdrawal from the priest hood and membership of the Catho lic church because the teachings of the church were at variance with his views No attempt has been made at the sensational but some of the nonCatholic papers seem to be surprised that the priest is allowed to do this without interfer ence by the church authorities As this is a free country there is no groud for civic interference and as the Catholic church teaches free will he will not be bothered by the church authorities if he really withdraws and pursues his way and does not as is sometimes done in such cases interfere with the church by insisting upon exercis ing his functions and forcing his teachings upon the churchthus alsifying its teachings and defying its authority within its fold Until te interferes with the church the hurch will not interfere with him The Evening Post in its Labor fay greeting attests its approval of organized labor by stating it was he first to sign the contract with he Typographical Union in this city and that it has always conducted its printing department according to union regulations The Post might have truthfully added that in all hose years there haw never been the least friction or cause for complaint or a visit of union officers to its plant except to sign a new contract on the expiration of the first veyear agreement The cordial and prosperous relations of the Post ind its employes for years is a most ratifying testimony of the benifi ent results to employer and em loye alike of the substitution of inference and arbitration for trikes and lockouts of the recognition of mutual interests and rights in a spirit of fairness The result has been mutual respect and confi fence harmonious cooperation of efforts peace and progress Uncle Sam has made and is pushing a demand on Turkey f refund of the ransom paid damages and J I the capture andpunishment of those guilty of the abduction of MisS Stone the American missionary The cSickManlt is resorting to his usual tactics for delay and evasion The first Teply was a general denia that the outrage was committed in Turkish territory and therefore Turkey was snot responsible Bu Uncle Sam produced the evident that it was in Turkish territory Now Turkey pleads inability to arrest and punish the guilty beaus the captives when released left the country withbut giving informatipi to guide the authorities in identify ing finding and arresting them As the captives are living this willi soon be furnished Uncle Sam wit make the Sick Man settle as heI did before but the forms of diplo macy must be observed before ordering a man of WPI to a Turkish port The London Saturday Review aggravated at the American atti tude on international matters American success and progress in trade and industries andfinally the recent declarations of Presiden Roosevelt on the Monroe doctrine all of which the Review says ar hostile and detrimental to England and Europe asserts that a settlement by force is inevitable be tween America and England America puts its own constructiot on these questions and insists on that construction which is neithe understood nor accepted by Europe Well Americsrseems not the leas inclined to concede a whit to plead ings and argument any more nov than ninety years ago Thet England attempted Ua settlemen by forcet with the result tha England and all theworld accepted the American construction of the questions involved even thougl not understood William Waldorf Astor the de generate and wealthy American who removed to England foreswori his country totbecome a subject of v Great Britainj and has since beet trying by wealth or any other mean to secure a title has been snubbed by the King P uif shunned by die nobility and has become the butt of ridicule for the Thames fisher men Mr Astor recently purchase an estate on the Thames andposted it with notices forbidding all per sons from fishing on his premises ia privilege which had never been denied by previous landholders Recently the notice boards were covered with placards reading cOne million pounds sterling offered to any fisherman who can catch a title for the stranger living about here And now the title hunter is being laughed at in all the London clubs The Times published a picture of James W Dougherty Chairman of the Labor day committee The picture was a good one though Jimmy was represented with a plumed cha peau and profusely bedecked with medals and badges jimmy Dough erty is well and favorably known especially among the working peo ple who recognize and appreciate his earnest andactive efforts in their behalf Jimmy is a hustler and a comer who willl push to the front the kind of ypurig man the Times and others may want for a friend someday Some of the papers comment and assume to give the reason for Mayor Graingers failure to appear in the Labor day parade Mayor Grain ger was invited and accepted some time previous but left the city and in his absencefading Mayor Weis singer participated Notwithstand ing the aspersions cast upon Mayor Grainger the workingmen fully understand the circumstances and also the cause for the attacks politics The circus which exhibited here this week got a scorching roast from some of the daily papers If the charges were true the entire circus outfit shpuld have been sent to the workhouse if not true the circus people have good grounds for libel suits Thanks to Providence President Roosevelt escaped serious injury II- n n OEEEDHONORICongregation i ganda Elovftto Bishop Far Icy ofNew York Unanimous Choice as Successor to the Late Archbishop Corrigan Brief Sketch of an Able Church man From His Birth Till the Present Time HIS PEOPLE ARE ALL PLEASED The Catholics of the archdiocese of New York are rejoicing overthe cable reports that Bishop Parley is to succeed to the Archepiscopacy caused by the death of the late Archbishop Corrigan The cable reports which are believed authentic sythat the entire Congrega tion of the Propaganda has decided upon Bishop Farleys elevation It now re mains for Pope Leo XIII to approve that recommendation The official finding of the Propaganda is not expected to reach New York for a week or ten days John Murphy Farley was born in the County Armagh Ireland on August 20 1842 and has consequently just passed his sixtieth birthday He received a common school education in Ireland but came to Americawhen quite a youth and attended St Johns College Fordham from which institution he graduated in 18G6 From that time until he was or dained a priest in 1870 his theological training was received at St Josephs Seminary in Troy N Y He was or dained in Rome and spent several years studying abroad Later he returned to New York and was made pastor of St Peters parish Stolen Island After a few years there he became secretary to the late CardinalArchbishop McCloskey and in 1884 Pope Leo honored him with the title of Monsignor Two years later he was made Missionary Director and Dioceasan Adviser In 1892 he was ap pointed Coadjutor Bishop of New York anal Titalar Bishop of Zengura Most Rev Bishop Farley is a man of the people and is beloved of the people His elevation gives satisfaction to all cl- assesalb rS969S96SS969S9SSSSS9S9 SOCIETY I Celestine Howard spent last week visit ing relatives in Nelson county l Miss 1ayme 7tleoben has gOneto French Lick Springs to spend two weeks Robert E Peake has returned from a pleasant visit with friends in New Haven and vicinity Miss Annie Finn has returned from a pleasant two weeks sojourn at Madison and Big CHfty Mrs Frank B Burke and children of Indianapolis were visitors in Jefferson ville this week CoM Hogan a prominent citizen ol Springfield was a visitor here for a few days this week Miss Kathleen Cunningham arrived home Monday from Caney Kan where she visited relatives Mrs Cronin of Lexington is visiting her son Very Rev Father Cronin rector of St Prtricks church in this city Miss Mayme Evans returned Monday from a short but very enjoyable visit to Miss Prentice Watts at Charlestown Ind Mr Hugh Higgins is enjoying a well arned vacation among friends in Knoxville Tcnn He will return next week Miss Rosie Popp has returned from New Haven where she spent a week as the guest of her brotherinlaw M Krebs Miss Nellie Pink has arrived home after a visit of several weeks with her cousin Miss Emma Dettmer at Charles town Ind Miss Elizabeth Conley a charming young lady of Mason county is visiting Mr and Mrs John Walsh of Nineteenth and Rowan streets Col Thomas D Claire and his estimable wife who have been enjoying themselves at Grayson Springs left there yesterday for a short stay at Mammoth Cave Mrs Walsh and daughter of Birmingham Ala spent the past week in New Albany as the guests of County Commissioner Peter Dillon who is a brother of Mrs Walsh David Mulligan left for New York Tuesday to become room clerk at the ValdorfAstoria Mr Mulligan has many riends in Louisville who wish him success in New York Patrick Dunphy a well known resident of Owensboro left for home last Sunday night after a short but very pleasant visit with his sister Mrs Thomas God rey 1201 Eighth street John Meagher the genial and popular IIherebas brought satisfactory returns season David W Bond and Miss Katie Vetter were married at St Cecilia church on 1j Monday Rev Father Kelleher perot formed the ceremony Mr and Mrs and left at opFe for ft weeks visit at IHot Springs I J Misses Lillian and Margaret Godfrey are expected home next week from Owensboro where they have been visit- Ing friends for the past month Both are charming girls and were the guests of honor at a number of social events The lawn fete for St Charles church proved the society event of the week and everybody was delighted with the hearty greeting given them upon arrival thereby James F Hoey the coffee and spice man who officiated as the outside sen tinelII Miss Marie Hurlcv and Jphn Sherrer well known and popular young people of New Albany surprised their friends with the announcement of their marriage which was solemnized last Sunday at the deanery of St Marys by Rev Father Faller Henry C Lauer will return today from Owensboro where he attended the meet- Ing of the State Liquor Dealers Associa tion of which he is a leading member State Senator HIS McNutt and a number of other well known citizen accompanied hick Emmet B Kennedy of this city has returned to Mt St Marys Emmetsburg Md where he is studying for the priesf hood Mr Kennedy has spent three years at the college and enthusiastic over the institution He is a son of Mrs Margaret Kennedy of 1507 Hull street The Rosebud Club of Jeffersonville Ind was agreeably entertained Thurs day August 28 by the Misses Russ 801 Mechanic street JefTersonville The re ception lasted from 8 until 11 oclock p m Refreshments were participated in The Misses Russ are charming hostesses Capt William Sullivan Chief of De tectives has returned to Louisville after a trip of ten daysspeut in New York and Washington Capt Sullivan was entertained in Washington by Chief Wilkie of the National Secret Service and bj Major Sylvester Chief of the Washing ton police force Mr Thomas OHearn and wife of Zanesville Ohio are visiting his sister Mrs Kate Hamilton 2526 Griffith avenue Mr OHearn left Louisville some year ago and settled near Zanesville when he is now a prosperous farmer Hi Louisville friends are showing him true Kentucky hospitality and reawakening his old love for his native State Daniel F Murphy City Assessor and his wife and two daughters have returned from Lake Pipin Minn where they spent a pleasant week At this place is located Villa Maria a school for young ladies conducted by the Ursuline Sisters Mrs Murphy was the first graduate from that school and the occasion of her visit this year was to attend the annual re union of the graduates Mrs Murphy read a paper on the educational work ol the Ursuline Sisters in Minnesota A delightful hay ride was given last week in honor of Messrs Nolan W H Olbe man and W C Newman of Frank fort delegates to the State Grand Coun cil of the YM I Among those in the party were Misses McNamara of Lexing ton Mayme Higgins Rose and Maggie Gathoff Hattie Higgins Lillie Acker man Louise Schwaniger Carrie Uhlen Josie Donahue Minnie Leebolt Lillie Uhlen Mayme Grauel Mayme Kiely Anna McElHott Maggie Hoertz and Messrs John Tanian Ben Beyer T J Garvey Andrew Kiefer Guy Elder W M Olberman W C Newman Harry Kirchdorfer Dr Pottinger Thomas Clines Joseph Baron Jack Blatz and Guy Duncan Mr Nolan one of the party was a prominent figure in the Y M I convention GREAT PREPARATIONS Aro Being Made for the Next Initiation of Division No3 Division No3 Ancient Order off Hibernians held a large and enthusiastic meeting last Monday night President Lawrence Mackey presided After the routine business had been disposed of the new degree team announced that it was in readiness for the initiation which is to be held on September 15 The applica tion of Ed Mackey for membership was received Tom Quinn was made a mem ber of the Hall Board The members of the ball team which won the prize at Fern Grove on Irish field day generously donated the prize money toward the funds for the initiation celebration Special invitations to attend the celebration were extended to the members of Division No4 ball team and to all Hibernians in Jefferson county Pat Welsh Tom Quinn and Joe Cooney were appointed a committee lo arrange for the celebration HARDIN SPRINGS CLOSED Hardin Springs has been closed for the season and Manager Whallen has cause to congratulate himself on the fact that the season was a success in every way Many of the best people in the State and many from other States sojourned at Hardin Springs and all were delighted by the accomodations and benefited by the waters Orrle Whallen will reopen the hotel next summer FUNERAL WELL ATTENDED The funeral of Thomas Byce last Tuesday was well attended and the floral fferings were handsome The deceased was a young man held in high esteem by a large circle of friends Two years ago he married a niece of Joseph P McGinn His wife has the sympathy of the entir- ecommnnityMr Byce took an active nterest in the Catholic Knights of Amer- Ica of which he was comparatively anew number He had been ill since April his recovery was expected until a 1but time before his death May he rest tin peace Another eruption occurred on Martin Ilque Wednesday night Many fatality U b j IRISH SSOCIETYDIRECTORY A O iiD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas J Dolan RogersRecordingFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street TreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 ThursdayPresident William T Meehan Vice PresidentCon J Ford SullivanFinancial1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Mouth MackeyViceRecording Secretary P T Sullivan Financial Seccretary Will E Burns 350 Nineteenth street TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Wednesday HennessyVice IynchRecordinF 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerHarry Brady DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on 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KINDLING WOOD SAWDUST AWD gkiVXXOI Ttttpbott lSOut1t1IJ t J r i c MACAULEStS Two Nights Only Wednesday and Thursday Bargain Matinee Thursday Al GI Fields Greater Minstrels Bigger and better than ever before Seats go on sale Mon- dayBUCKINGHAM WEEK COmtENOINOr SUNDAY SEPT 7 Matinee Sanity Monday Wednesday Saturday W B WATSONS AmericanBurlesquers Consisting of an array of vaudeville and equaledNextTopsy The Siry Dfa fjovBna John Adrian and Dorothy Higgins were commonplace sort of people John Adrian was a farmer and his sister Dorothy lived with him and llooked after the womans part ofthe house and farm a Their old grandmother was a French Canadian who must have had a big heart and a wise head for through her influ ence her husband became a Catholic and Catholic the family had all been ever since root and branch Next to their farm was another which belonged to a distant cousin named Rob ert Le Couvert Both farms are in New Hampshire and were bought as good bar gains They not only had no church but the nearest village was two miles away One Sunday there was Mass In the town hall and all the Catholics for miles round were glad enough to hear it Everybody went who possibly could including several babies whose mothers were ready to run if they wailed too muchThe sermon was from the text that gives us the title of our stOry Bear ye one anothers burden No one listened more intently than Dorothy and John Adrian Yet all the drive home neither spoke of it At dinner John Adrian looked up suddenly at his sister and said Dorothy what do you think of the good Fathers sermon Well I will tell you John Adrian I feel as if I had been traveling a long way and I had just come to a turn in the road Do you understand how I mean ill Why yes sister I do and you put it so I can see it clearern ever What do you say to trying ill I suppose you mean doing itevery day for instance Let us begin tomor row morning and try it a week and com pare notes every night onlylet4 oclock if you will take a nap I will see everything is spick and span when you come back- Dorothy laughed and walked off with out a word planning meantime bow she could lift a burden for him The next day and the next they both watched from morning till lied time try ing with merry hearts to see who should have the most of this new kind of fun One evening John Adrian came in and said he had been wondering if helping the poor dumb animals wasnt kind of part of the fun Yes said Dorothy I am quite sure of it especially if we do it as the priest said for the glory of Godi and you know tbat St Francis spoke of his little brothers the birds and surely he was one of the great burdenbearers The next day John Adrian came in looking rather cross Dorothy said he those children of Roberts drive me wild I have been trying our new plan of burdensharing with them as with the rest but they have chased the cows so many times the poor beasts can hardly let down their milk and there isnt an appleleft on the Porter apple tree His sister sat quietly thinking for a while and then suddenly brightened John Adrian said she I think it is my fault Those poor children havent enough to do and they are sure to be in mischief till they bave Do you think there is any way you could go to the village so as to carry them one way to and from school l1I you cauIwillsee Roberts wife and weaeall all be re lievedJohn Adrian thought it out and the 1 f L 1 rip 44 result was that many burdens were liftedSo things went oni every one was happier than ever before Roberta courage began to rise and of course his wifes rose with his Before long they heard mass would be said again and Mrs Robert didnt se how they could pono horse and the last baby so little etc As usual Dorothy came to the rescue Father Boyd said it was sometimes more for the glory of God to stay away from mass than to go I wasnt quite sure at the time just what he meant but now I think I see I am strong and neither young nor old I went the last time he was here You can leave the baby and four of the children with me Then you and John Adrian and the two older ones can go in the wagon Robert and Jean and Marie can walk Then you can ride back with Robert and the children can change places Soy it was settledand off they went It was a great treat to Mrs Robert if possible more than to the children They had been gone about half an hour the baby was asleep and the other little ones were off somewhere at play when there came a loud knock at the doorNow Dorothy Higgins was a brave woman and never lost her head She knew this was a strange time for anyone to be coming to her house and she was alone She also remembered John Adrian had been paid fifty dollars for a fine Jersey cow the day before and the money was in the house Now she said to herself leave everything with Our Lord Dorothy and He will surely protect you and His Mother will pray for you 0 Mother Mary never was it known that one asked your help in vainl The knock was repeated and Dorothy opened the door A man who can be most easily described by saying he was an unmistakable tramp looped her full in the face and said- I should like some breakfast No one ever leaves our door hungry she answeredIII can give you coffee bread and cold meat and you are wel come Her gentle and fearless manner seemed to puzzle the man but like all tramps he was hungry and he ate her good things eagerly When he had finished he looked at her and said You are Miss Higgins and your brother isJohn Adrian Higgins Yester day he was paid fifty dollars and I know where it is for I followed him home and saw where he put it It is locked up in his desk If you will get the key I will belp myself and go away If not I will fix you so you can move neither hand nor foot until the folkscome home and that will be an hour from now I am armed and I am not afraid to kill you or those little brats if they make an outcry or interfere Dorothy had heard of murderers and burglars but it had never entered her mind that they could come into her life She said to herself What this man says is true We must loge pur won ey but nodoubVas he is a human being and Christ died for him I must think of his burdens as ifhe were my brother This seemed quite plain to her pure and honest soul Yes she S3idjIII see exactly bow it all is I am not going to scream or faint or beg for your mercy You are just a man with a soul that will be damned unless you change your life Instead of being a robber probably sometime a murderer suppose you take my advice and become what your mother hoped you would be when you were a little boy It would be expecting too much to ask you not to touch my brothers money my brothers and mine for we own everything together but I will tell you what I will do I will give or lend you the money so you can not steal it I think some day you will pay it back to us if you can The astonished wouldbe thief looked at her with amazement then quietly took the key went to the deskopened the drawer and put the money in his pocketHe started to go out of the door but turned back Dorothy was still standing In front of the fireplace no longer young but with the finest kind of beauty the beauty that shines out from I noble soul The man took off his hat saying Madam you are the first person in many years to give We a word of help and courage I will not go back on you I will as you say borrow half of this money the rest I give back If you do not see me or hear from me you may know I am either dead or so discouraged by not getting work that Ive gone to the bad again But its my last chance Its heaven or hell1 In a moment he was gone and poor Dorothy sat down and had a good cry all by herself It was like a dreadful dream Soon after John Adrian came in happy andhungrySister said he I just met the queerest looking chap looked like a very hard up tramp and yet he looked like something better I hope he didnt bother you You look as if something had happened Dorothy told him the whole story Well he said its all right and youve had a great escapevery cheapat the price John Adrian I shall always believe that man will come bass and pay us And he did but long long after There came a letter one day and a little parcel with a Japanese postmark The letter contained a check for twenty five dollars and the parcel was a beauty ful piece of carved ivory The letter said I am not rich but I pay my way and I have married a good woman Thanks for all are due to God through Dorothy Higgins at whose feet I lay this little offering She understood the dreadful burden I carried and without her I should never have laid it down Thanks to God for all His mercies The new Robert Emmet is said by the New York papers to have scored the beet hit known for years ia the metropo lis drawing overflowing and enthusiastic audiences at every performance g if L 1 iJl i JRH v5 t r rl1h FRATERNITY Subject of an Able and Patri otloAddressbyFathere Aunmnn Quotes time Doctors of the Church on Love of Country Catholic Brotherhood Loves Liberty Guirtedby Eter nal Truth TRIBUTE TO THE Y M I One of the delightful features of the recent Y M I Grand Council meeting I in Louisville was the address delivered at the banquet by ReV Father Ignatius M Ahmann of Carrollton He responded to the toast Fraternity He spoke as follows t Dear Brothers Our worthy brothers have in the past few days so harmoni ously attuned your ear to elocutionary music that 1 fear to become a discordant note by addressing you this evening were it not for this splendidly united brother hood about mehelping me to voice but the harmonious sentiments within you It is with pleasure then that I speak of this noble brotherhood and outline some characteristics it should possesS by refer ring you to its purest source and origin family life You know my dear brothers what a joy is felt IU8 home when there is an increase of the brotherhood in the family The little ones after careful in spection kiss and caress the little brother and most zealously guard the right to nurse him I gladly dispense you from your first obligation by giving you the kiss of peace and brotherly affection and extend to you a cordia fraternal greeting from your brothers of St Georges Coun cil 577 To nurse this big baby brother would be dangerous therefore exoner ate you from the performance of that duty also When the little boy was asked how much he loved his brother he stretched out his arms and in his juvenile simplicity said So much What a lesson it teaches our noble brotherhood It is so natural that rrtJ must try and become unnatural nf to possess this essential characteristic It is the mirror of God in our souls the echo of the eternal voice the cement by which we must form our brotherhood firmly cemented into the eternal foundation That this universal love is animating this Catholic brotherhood the Young Mens Institute is evidenced by the grand in scription on their banner Pro Deo and realized in the noble virtuous lives as true and devoted sons of our Holy Mother the Church God is not a separatist He is a father and a unifier So we of necessity must be united brothers not separatists The guiding star Pro Deo leading us on what is there before us we are unable to accomplish We are above all a Catholic brotherhood therefore no jealous rivalry can be tolerated toward other Catholic organizations We acknowledge that there are diverse min istries but the same Lord andspirit We wish to form a united phalanx for religion and virtue under the one tri umpbant banner of Jesus and there is room enough for millions more What soever good the others have the Young Mens Institute uses it as an incentive to virtue but more than this he tries to excel all others in doing good and being a Y M I Catholic par excellence Can any other interpretation be given to its grand rule that only practical Catholics are admitted as members giving all to God church and country Precisely be cause of its deep love for God must his love for his beautiful country be pure and invincible Before I refer to this noble brotherhood from Its patriotic standpoint permit me to call your attention to another feature of true fraternity I love tostudy child hood Have you ever seen a little fellow deny his brotherhood Have we not ob served how they stood shoulder to shoul derfor defense or even screamed for help when they found themselves powerless to vindicate violated brotherhood Can you conceive anything more base than to be ashamed of a brother outside of the council chamber or deny if in appearance only our identity of purpose This is inexcusable no matter how many so called reasons may clamor in our defense But true fraternity must be active and it is our duty to help our brother socially to positions of honor for we have the as surance that they will fill them to the best interests of our country The bluff game at present is frequently practiced Weaker members are singled out by our opponents and the talented Catholic brothers frequently bashful are put aside It is then our solemn duty to help and defend them and such brotherly duty by stronger members fulfilled will nearly always be successful Let me illustrate this by the old story of two brothers who landed in New York for the purpose of getting positions and work ing their way through life Jim was bright but bashful Patrick witty Reading an advertisement for a teacher in one of the dally papers Patrick sent Jim to the Superintendent Hew s pleased to meet him Well said he after the usual exchange of courtesies I will give you a position provided you answer three questions The examination com menced Jim how many hairs are there on you head There was great Calm Jim looked at the Superintendent and shook his beadlGive it up Jim smilingly inquired elord and gave him the second How much dose the moon weigh Only Almighty God can give yon ut pswer ou thatsaid Jim despairingly Vfai hive yet another chance retoitl li lice MHt r What am Lttlnldyg tMM nWhIDllm1 1ry i A dfpA- v 4- t f made a motion to depart the Superintend ent consoled him and promised him an other hearing the following morning As the Superintendent believed in a long nights rest and Pat knowing this uses this opportunity to introduce himself in stead of Jim and as a good brother helped him out of the difficulty Good morn ing Jim said the Superintendent Good morning sir Did you have a good nights rest Yes sir You are surely prepared then to answer my three questions Yes sir Well Jim how many hairs arc there on your head About 3333 But how do you know it Faith if ye dont be lieve count them yourself A fair an swer indeed How much does the moon weigh Just a hundred pounds There are four quarters in the moon a quarter is twentyfive pounds four times twenty five is just a hundred pounds Still Setter retorted the inquirer but sure to get him with the third he asked smil ingly and what am I thinking of at present Ye think sir that ye have Jim before ye but my name is Pat and ye cant fool an irishman nor bluff him Jim received the appointment While we need not have the wit of the Irishman to speak a good and encour aging word for our weaker brothers makes them strong and through our in fluence a recommendation may bring about most beneficent results But what shall I say about the patriotism of this brotherhood Pro Patria such is the proud Inscription on the most beautiful banner of the world each star of which is precious each stripe inspiring each thread holy It rests securely in the hand of every Catholic but it can be wrested from this brotherhood only with our corpses enwrapped in Itdead but not conquered in our love for this our great country Mr Prentice would have a most difficult task to stir up animosity with a patriotic brotherhood like ours to face him and a Bloody Monday would nowadays bean impossibility Our ene mies must bow down in reverence before such noble purposes as ours Perhaps you will be pleased to hear the teaching of the Catholic church on that point The first duty of every Christian says a great doctor refers to God the second to his country the third to his family the fourth to all humanity Do you seek happiness magnamimity honor Well then I know of no greater happiness then that of a man who serves his coun try There is no higher honor than that of him who forgetting himself and fam ily gives his heart to his country Who was this man who uttered such patriotic words St Ambrose a Catholic Bishop a saint and a doctor of our holy religion Thomas Aquinas the angelic doctor is not less clear on that point Among all acts of fidelity which are demanded of us I know of none more precious than the love of country You must love God because He has given you life and sus twins it but you must also love your country for if it did not exist to defend you you would cease to be what you GeorgeWashington tered the following memorable words Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity religion and morality are indispensable supports In vain would that man claim the tribute of patriotism who should labor to subvert these great pillars of human happiness these foremost props of the duties of men and citizens Our brotherhood rests on these great principles because it is guided by our holy church teaching the religion divine and morality the most pure and are therefore according to Washingtons deposition entitled to the tribute of patriotism but if a Catholic and our brotherhood in particular is looked upon as disloyal to our country Washington was the greatest traitor America has ever reared for Catholics strictly adhere to his principles Then an insult to a Catholic brotherhood is an insult to the father of our beloved coun try In justice do we claim the tribute of patriotism and demand and defend it as our right Our brotherhood loves fraternity of men but so that it is not oblivious of a Father Almighty above us it values and embraces all true progrees in science but it does not forget to kneel before and kiss the feet of the eternal wisdom and therefore repels with in dignation all socalled theories of progress which Idwer family and fatherland j it loves above all liberty but a1iberty which imposes great duties and responsi bilities and which is guided by a rule and this rule is eternal truth This gives you the reason for my pride in this fra ternity because as it accepts only prac goodcitizensman consequently I love the Young Mens Institute My heart and soulare with you your prosperity my greatest delight Thanking you for your most cordial welcome extended to me in the beautiful city of Louisville I pray God save long live this noble brotherhood = the Young Mens Institute TUB SICK CLERGY Rev Patrick J Kelleher who has been seriously ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital is somewhat improved but is still far from being a well man Rev Father OConnell who has been ill of typhoid fever in his home at Bardstown is improving and it is thought the crisis has been passed Rev Father Connolly of St Brigids church who is ill of typhoid fever at St Anthonys Hospital is also on the road to recovery ST PATRICKS ANNIVERSARY The anniversary of the consecration of St Patricks church will be solemnly celebrated on Sunday A high mass will be sung at 10 oclock and an appropriate sermon wilttte delivered BUCKINGHAM W B Watsons American Burlesque Company will hold the boards at the Buckingham theater for one week begin ning with the Sunday matinee In addition to the many other novelties a special feature of the show is the work of Selbini known aa the worlds greatest trick bicyclist SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGOONI e IAW IrbiwllilRIlC br In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACONDistrict Passenger Agent Louisville Ky PRAtfK J REED General Passenger Agent ManagerWENOS SPCNCPR end expert IUnion Ntfonal BaM BuildingDTs KY HOUSEHOLD HINTS To clean pewter apply to the surface of the vessels a fine sand mixed with oil of tartar then polish Salted almonds should be placed on the table at the beginning of the dinner andserved with the crackers and cheese Imitation grass linen makes pretty summer curtains Ari applied border of bright striped muslius adds to the effect When lamps are clogged with oil the burners should be boiled in a strong so lutipn of soda and water and fallowed to get thoroughlydry before being used again To clears britannia metal moisten the articles to be cleaned with sweet oil then apply a little pounded rottenstone and polish with chamois leather and fine chalk Dotes figs m4 rpisips chqpjied to gether in a meat chopper and moistened with orange or leiponjuicel jmke an ex cellent filling for brown bread sand wichesChairs that look quite hopeless after a season on a pOrch respond to a stain as well as to enamel paint An application of ammonia will help to remove any former coatsj The best mode of removing grease from silks hats coats etc is tosaturate a piece of clean flannel with benzine collas and rub gently then expose to a good current of air A pinch of powdered ginger added to cranberries in cooking will bring out the flavor They should not be stewed to a jam but kept separate looking more like candied berries Articles of food that are damp and juicy should never be left in ordinary paper Paper is made of wood pulp rags glue lime and similar substances with acids and Chemicals intermixed and when damp is unfit to touch things that are to be eatenCranberries make excellent timber for winter shortcakes Pare core and cook with as little water as will prevent burn ing Sweeten as for table use and can To use place betweeh thin shortcake cover with frosting and serve You will call it delicious ST ANTHONYS NEW ORGAN The magnificent new organ purchased for St Anthonys church Twentythird and Market streets is exciting the ad miration of local musicians Very Rev Father Leo pastor of st Anthonys is arranging an organ recital on the even ing of Sunday September 28at which time the organ will be heard by the pub lis for the first time- ELECTION OFFICERS Fred Fqrcht Jr and F C Nune macher have been appointed Election Commissioners for Jefferson county for the ensuing year With Sheriff Dick Schmitt as Chairman they will soon select the precinct officers for the November election PRESIDENT MARTIN HONORED Branch 25 Catholic Knights of Amer ici held its regular meeting Monday night President Al F Martin was elected delegate to the State convention and W T Meehan was made alternate MACAULEYS The informal opening of Macauleys theater will take place Wednesday night when Al G Fields minstrels will appear The engagement is for two nights and a bargain matinee on Thursday The Roof Garden or A Night in New York which forms the first part is said to present a gorgeous stage picture SiSO INDIANAPOLIS AND RETURN 150 7Big Four Route Sunday September 14 special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at8 oclock m Return ing train leaves Indianapolis Union depot at 7 oclock p m Get tickets at city ticket office 269 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RIEQER ARCHERP- HOTOGRAPHERS CORNER BAXTER AVENUE AND BROADWAY Only firstclass work and satisfaction guaranteed We make a specialty of family groups and children HENRY C LAUER TEIEPHONE 11o Fine Wines and 407 E JEFFERSON MIranch House 905 West Tlie Meal MERITSand 214 Near DOUGHERTY FOR Livery Boarding Stable 428 and 430 EAST JEFFERSON STREET JOHN F OBRTKIv uBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 11 1400140 StoryAvenue fcleohcm 891 I OUISVILtE KY J HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes FmnkfortII Organize a division at that1DivisionI Division 1 meets Tuesday night and Division 4 Wednesday night Judge Shine has not once visited any of the Louisville divisions during his two years as State President Many divisions throughout the country are passing resolutions indorsing the United Irish League The New York State convention was held at Saratoga Springs the first session taking place Tuesday The Ladies Auxiliary of Massachusetts held their State convention at Cambridge last Friday and Saturday Division 11 and the Ladies Auxiliary- of Providence observed Labor day by holding a very successful union picnic New Hampshire holds its State con vention September 16 Resolutions in dorsing the United Irish League will be adoptedThe three divisions of the Hibernian received holy communion in a body last Sunday morning at St Josephs church in Dayton Ohio There is in the treasury of the New Jersey divisions a balance of 29220 The Rev William McLoughlin of Union Hill has been elected State Chaplain to succeed Right Rev Bishop McFauU The Pawtucket and Blackstone Valley divisions had a big union picnic at Valley Palls on Labor day A parade of all the divisions took place in the morning and in the afternoon there were games and addresses Pennsylvania reported 319 divisions at the State convention held at Wilkesbarre Patrick J Donahue of Philadelphia was reelected State President as were the other officers who served faithfully for the past two years Covington and Newport can furnish more candidates for delegates to national conventions than any two cities in Ken tucky They never accomplish anything for their orders Averdick and Shine belong to this class Division 2 is the latest surprise in Buffalo Hibernian circles In two months it has doubled its membership Nineteen members were obligated at the last meet ing and initiations will take place Sep teember 15 and 29 when the charter wilt closeThe biennial State convention of the Maine Hibernians will be held at Bangor on September 1 0 and 17 for which ex tensive preparations have been made by the local members of the order The Ladies Auxiliary convention will be held there at the same time There are 4005 members in the insur once branch of the order in Minnesota and the average age is thirtysix years Fiftyfour deaths occurred during the past twb years the beneficiaries receiving 154000 with 33000 balance in the treasury 20000 of which is invested in United States bonds From State Secretary Connollys report it is shown that the order in Minnesota has increased 992 members since the last State convention there being now more than sixty divisions in existence The largest increase was in St Paul the membership of the various divisions in that cily being practically doubled Bishop Montgomery delivered the ad dress of welcome on behalf of the clergy at the California State convention of the order held at Los Angeles which was attended by nearly 200 delegates Edward Tynan of Los Angeles was elected State President Before the opening session the delegates marched to the Cathedral where Rev Father Murphy celebrated high mass Tomorrow morning at 8 oclock the members of Division 1 of New Albany will observe their memorial day for de ceased members by approaching holy communion in a body at Holy Trinity church Their example might be fol lowed by many other divisions with the most gratifying results TJhe election of County President occurs September 11- It is quite probable that Pat Kennedy will be again reelected WHAT PACES SHOW We say that our thoughts are not known by our fellows but that is not as true as we deem it when we say or think this to be the case The tenor of our thoughts is being written in the expres sign of our faces day by day Love purity communion with God in our inner selves will give our faces a look that shows the direction ttour desires and being Selfishness illnature impure desire unworthy motives indulged in in secret wiU steadily transform the finest lines of the face We should be surprised if we knew how much we show of ourselves to our fellows in the daily walk of life The only way of haying a face that speaks well of the spirits course is- to have the spirit pursue a course that writes a good record on the face FOR CHARITYS SAKE Another ice cream festival has been arranged for the benefit of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament at Washington- and Buchanan streets The festival will be held in St Colnmbaa Hall adjoining- the church on the evening of September 25 This time Mesdames Rhody Minton ant Joseph Kehl will be in charge of the arrangements The popularity of these two ladies will insure the success of the entertainment Rev Father Daniel OSullivan pastor of the congregation has many faithful workers in his parish SENATOR MNUTT HONORED The friends of State Senator H S McNutt will be pleased to learn that he has been elected President of the State Liquor League The State meeting was hcldat Owensboro on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of this week D IN MEMORIAM Tribute to Sister Cecilia Who Died Last Sunday Morning The beautiful new convent of the Sis ters of Mercy became for the first time ia scene of sorrow and mourning on last Sunday morning when the soul of Sister Mary Cecilia passed into the presence of God hallowed by every rite of the church and prayers of the assembled religious The many friends and pupils of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy will miss gentleInun Ever smiling sweet and she won many friends and endeared her self alike by her loveliness of charade to her community friends in the outer world and her numerous pupils at the academy where she was Directress of Music for oveV twelve years Sister Mary Cecilia was born at Nash ville Tenn andwas known in the world- as Jennie Callahan At the early age of sixteen when the world is fair to young and happy hearts she turned aside from its smooth and flowery paths and chose a crucified Christ for her spouse and gave Him her pure young heart with all its warm affection Her life she gave for her fellow creatures and in the ranks of the Sisters of Mercy she foundample exercise for the charity that impelled tier in the springtime of her youth to leave all and follow Him that many souls be sides herself might enjoy theinheritanc ofChristPossessed of remarkable talent in music and devoted to its patroness she received with the habit the name of Sister Mary Cecilia She made her profession on the Feast of Our Ladyof Mt Carmell July 16 1892 and from that date until illness overpowered her brave spirit two months ago her post as teacher was never vacant Her numerous pupils can well recall the sweetness and patience which she mani fested in teaching music which is a laborious task even to the very courage ous A pupils inaptitude for the art did not ruffle her serenity and while learn ing the mysteries of the divine art from her one could at the same time gather in many lessons of virtue from her She sought the Lord in all things the reverend orator said in his funeral discourse Ten years ago at her solemn profession she gave Him her heart and her frail earthly tenement she used but for His honor and glory She lived a long life in a short time and when her di rector told her she was going home to her Fathers house her only regret was that the Sisters would need and miss her so But God wants you he replied Then His holy will be done she said After that time she had no more thought for the things of earth Her body was racked by intense pain but her constant prayer was for patience to endure aU God might be pleased to send her On last Sunday morning at 830 oclock just as a fair young Sister knelt at the altar of God making her profession to begin in stern reality to do battle in the arena of life another soul had finished hers and Sister Mary Cecilia stood before her God her spouse Jesus Christ with the works of her ten well spent years in her hands and truly then she could say Lord I have sought Thee in all things therefore do I expect my inheritance for all eternity Her funeral obsequies took place in the convent chapel and the Rev P M J Rock paid a beautiful tribute to her and addressing her pupils told them so to live that one day they might be reunited with this loved teacher in the choir ol heavenThe alumnae of the academy followed her remains in rank to their last resting place in St Louis cemetery There after- a fervent xhortatlen the last prayers were offered for her mingled with tears and as the last words of the Miserere fell upon the breeze the earthly form of Sister Mary Cecilia was left to rest in Gods holy keeping L A F RECENT DEATHS Mrs Mary Louisa Meyer aged forty four years died at her home 818 East Chestnut street last Monday morning She was the wife of J B Conrad Meyer andan active worker in St Martins church The funeral took place from the family residence at 9 qclock Thurs day morning The interment was in St Louis cemetery Peter E Murphy a well known stock raiser of Clark county Ind died at his home eight miles west of JeiTersonville at 9 oclock Tuesday morning The deceased was thirtyeight years of age and was a son of Mr Perry Murphy an old time stock dealer of Louisville and ia brother of Thomas Murphy who conducts a sale s bleat Sixteenth and Main streets in this city He has two other brothers one residing in Wichita Kan and another in Augusta Ga Such was the news sent all the city papers this week which was a cruel hoax Mr Mur phy had been seriously ill but was able to read the different obituary notices His physicians predict his speedy return to perfect health SHORT HORIZONS It is a blessed secret this of living day by day Any one can carry his burden however hard for one day Anyone can live sweetly patiently lovingly and purely till the sun goes down And this isi all that life ever really means to us justone little day Do todays duty fight todays temptations and do not weaken and distract yourself by looking forward to the things you can not see and could not understand if you saw them God gives nights to shut down the curtain of darkness on our little days We can not see beyond Short horizons make life easier end give us one of the blessed secrets ofbrave true holy living r old Limerick Town the new play written for Cbauucey Olcott the popular Irish comedian contains some of the most beautiful tad picturesque scenes eve seen oatl e American stage The ompaoy preeen ug thin floe play began its season this w ek at St Paul x riAA f s IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The sudden death is announced of Pat rick Crumpsey T c Derry Alderman Patrick Dowd Labor candi date was last Monday elected Lord Mayor of Dublin defeating Timothy Harrington candidate for a third term The County Council of the South Rid ing of Tipperary at their recent meeting passed a resolution recording their opin ion that the Cork Exhibition was worthy of the support of nil Irishmen At the last meeting of the Kerry County Council a resolution was adopted in hearty support of the Cork Exposition It was also decided that the Council shouldvisit the great Exposition in a body The weekly meeting of the Executive of the Cork Exposition was held on Thursday when the Lord Mayor made a speech declaring that the undertakinj had so fat proven a great success Hi was confident as to the future The tourist rush of returning Ameri cans at present and for some time past is exceeding all past records Numbers of saloon passengers are unable to find berths on outgoing liners for nearly ia moth via Queenstown and Liverpool- At the meeting of the Cork United Trades Association Thursday the pro posed site for the flee library was under discussion and the meeting was unani mously of opinion that the suggested site the Anglesea buildingswas unsuitable for the purpose At the improvement department of the Cork corporation recently the City High Sheriff A Roche T C handed in ia notice of motion fdr the next meeting of Council proposing confer the freedom of the city on Cardinal Moran Arch bishop of Sidney The annual convention of the Irish Land and Labor Association was held on Friday week in the vestibule of the i municipal buildings which was specially arranged for the occasion D D Shee- han M P presided and some important matters were discussed The Earl of Dudley arrived at Dublin on last Saturday and was sworn in as Lord Lieutenant The Council chamber of Dublin Castle was thronged with a brilliant assembly Lord Dudley is not expected to make his state entry into Dublin until the end of September or early in October Col Kirk wood the Local Government Board Inspector opened an inquiry at 11 oclock on Tuesday in the board room of the Cork Workhouse into the circum stances connected with the supply of meat to the Cork Workhouse and par ticularly those under which portion of a cows head was found in the boiled mut ton on Tuesday July 1 last The evi dence given was of an interesting char acter The election of a Parliamentary representative to fill the vacancy in South Bel fast caused by the death of W Johnson of Ballykilberg Conservative took place on Monday The candidates were Charles W Dunbar Duller Unionist and Thomas Sloan nominee of the Protestant Asso ciation There were many exciting scenes throughout the day The result was declared at night as follows Sloan 3795 Duller 2969 The death occurred at Youghal Mon day of the Rev Canon Harley rector of Christ church Cork The deceased cler gyman had been ill for several months past and had gone to Youghal for the benefit of Ills health He was aged sixty six and had been ordained in the year 1861 He was the son of the late Canon John Harley of the Diocese of Ferns and brother of Dr Harley Dublin He bad been connected with Christ church for the last twentyfour years At the Cork police office on Tuesday John Nolan 4 Abbey street an employe of Crosse 8i Blackwell summoned Patrick Donovan Crowleys lane James Fitz gerald Bindon road and Michael Foley High street three former employes of the firm for assault and beating on August 13 last The Bench considered the case proved and fined each of the de fendants 40s and costs or in default of one months imprisonment and in addition they were ordered to enter into bail themselves in l10 and two sureties o- fl5 to keep the peace for six months or in default to go to jail for one month The announcement that the strike of the employes in the firm of Lunham Brothers Kemp street Cork has termin ated will be generally received with the utmost satisfaction The misunderstand ings between the heads of the firm and the employes which so long ago resulted in the cessation of work have now been dissipated and though the terms of the settlement have not been made known it is sufficient to state that they are agree able to both parties During the past five months in which the strike held out not only did this important firm suffer considerably but the fiftyodd men who went out also naturally felt keenly their position Negotiations between the firm and the representatives of the strikers have been proceeding for some time and on Monday the agreement was come to by which the firm took back on Tuesday morning thirty of the employes The remainder who number more than twenty will probably resume work with out any prolonged delay- AVENUE THEATER liThe Scouts Revenge the Avenues ext attraction has been received with favor everywhere It ill presented by a ompetenfcast of actors and 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