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Y IRISHi VOLUME XIIINO G LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 6 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTSI GAELIC LEAGUE Arousing New Hope Every where For the People of Ireland Annual Convention Is Being Hold In Dublin This Week Tho Irish Language Movement Has Had a Wonderful Growth A ITS PROMOTERS ARE ENTHUSIASTIC Friends of Ireland have been filled with renewed hope by the remarkable growth popularity and stability of the Gaelic League the new movement for the Emerald Isles regeneration whose annual convention is to beheld in Dublin this week The convention will bring together hundreds of delegates representing branches of the association not only in Ireland but in all parts of the world The chief theme of discussion will be the best means of reviving the natronal spirit of building up an Irish Ireland that will look within itself for its inspiration and its reward The aims of the league being primarily the preservation of Irish as the national language of Ireland and its extension as a spoken tongue the popular feature of the convention will be oral literary and vocal competitions in Gaelic But its more practical work will be represented by an exhibit of Irish in dustries for the members of the associa tion are pledged not only to do their utmost to encourage native products but I to wear only Irish made clothing and to purchase only Irish goods when they will supply the place of foreign articles What is known as the Gaelic revival was started in a small room in Lower OConnell street Dublin barely eleven years ago The great success which has attended It is largely due to the energy tact and contagious enthusiasm of its President Dr Douglas Hyde who has held that position since the foundation of the league He is a man of high schol arship and a product of Trinity College where he obtained his divinity degree with the intention of entering the church andfollowing tils fathers footsteps lint fortunately for his country he finally chose a broader field and decided to de vote himself to the unification and up building of Ireland so long distracted by party dissensions and religious strife That he a Protestant should be recog nized us the leader and inspiration of the new movement is in itself significant of the breadth of its character It derives much of its strength from the fact that its platform is nondenominational and non political writes Michael Donaghue in a cablegram to the St Louis GlobeDemo crat The league itself affords instruction in tht ancient language to some 200000 pu- pas young and old and employs a staff of paid agents to revive interest in the national tongue in districts where it has fallen into disuse They send sugges- tlonsto the headquarters in Dublin as to the best means of encouraging and reviving industries in the different localities they visit They get In touch with employers of labor in order to afford facilities for the return to their own land of young Irishmen and women who are working abroad They distribute liter ature at fairs and markets in which the aims of the league are set forth and emigration is discouraged They organ ize athletic sports concerts and enter tainments of various sorts that the life of the peasantry may be rendered less dreary and monotonous without having recourse to saloons The Irish language has been spoken for over 2000 years and was a finished speech before any of the modern European tongues were lisped It has an extensive vocabulary of some 80000 words and is especially adapted to the formation of new words out of old ones and of Irish ing foreign elements The claims p made for it that in lingulstical value it ranks next to Sanscrit It has attracted to its study some of the foremost of continental scholars French German Dan ish and Italian One of the most power ful personalities in connection with the Gaelic revival is Dr Kuno Meyer a Ger man savant Entirely at his own ex pense he goes through Ireland delivering lectures on the treasures of its ancient literature and revealing to the Irish themselves the value of the heritage which so many of them so lightly prized In 1831 Irish was spoken in Ireland by 3000000 people Their number before the formation of the Gaelic League had dwindled to 800000 It is no mere sentimental feeling or love of scholarship which prompts the efforts the league in successfully making for the revival and cultivation of Irelands ancient Ian guage In no other way it is main tamed can Ireland as a distinctive Mtionality be preserved Practically says one writerthe whole history of our country during the nineteenth century has been one of lew but steady growth In Ireland of Eng lish thought manners customs Ideas and ideals The Anglicizing of Ireland proceeds apace and will proceed unless she reverts once more to the speech which preserved l er front It in theget as kaalone the power to atem the tide J o V j which bids fair to swamp her What the Gaelic League really aims at is to accomplish by educational means that which insurrections and political agita tions have so signally failed to attain the nationalization of Ireland In every case says one commentator language was at the forefront of the national strug gle and the revival of the ancient lan guage was marked by the revival of national industries and resulted in ma terlal prosperity It is not proposed that English should be given up The purpose of the League is to make Ireland a bilingual nation using English for commercial purposes but making Irish again the language of the heart and home the field the farm the social gathering the spirit and intellect of the landThe success of the movement is un doubted writes a prominent member of the league It has awakened the na tional conscience to the sin of the neglect of the old tongue It has amended the whole popular conceptiou of nationality It has shifted the center of gravity of the nation to its proper base It has shown in the revival of the Oireachtas that a modern literature in the Irish tongue is possible and desirable It has restored a great national and intellectual element to the lives of the people It has taught Irishmen to be proud of their past and its traditions It is building up an Irish Ireland W PICNIC AT PARIS What the Hibernians Propose to Do on Thursday August 11 From Secretary Gorey the Kentucky Irish American learns that on Thursday August 11 Division 1 A O H of Paris will give a monster picnic in Wrights Woodland two miles south of Paris on the interurban railroad which will run special cars to the grounds every ten minutes The Hibernians Secretary Gorey says are sparing neither time trouble or expense to make this a memor able event As this will be their initial appearance before the public the mem bers are more than anxious to make ita successThere will be amusements of all kinds with dancing swinging foot races po tato races mule races greasy pig greasy pole Irish village etc The Irish village deserves special mention as the committee having it in charge promise all who visit their show something to laugh at for months afterward A roan try store will also Deriri fuirbllst on the grounds already over trOo worth of stock having been secured for it The ladies will have charge of the din ner and it is not necessary to say it will be a good one They have gotten up scores of meals for public affairs hereto fore and are certainly perfect in that line The A O H is ambitious to make this the most successful picnic ever given in that section of Kentucky and from present appearances they will not be disap pointed There are 1200 tickets on sale now and all reports go to show that the number sold to date is very satisfactory Indications are that the order will be well represented as assurances have been re ceived from divisions in neighboring cities that they will send good delega tions Saxons famed Lexington orches tra will furnish the dancing music while the Elks band of Paris will discourse the music of Ireland and America on the grounds The Paris division extends a special invitation to Hibernians through out the State to be with them on that day WANT THE HOME Syracuse Hibernians Start a Boom to Have It Located In That City A public reception was tendered President James Dolan upon his arrival in Syracuse from the Hibernian national convention President Dolan is one of the most popular men in that city and his reception was evidence of that fact He was met at the New York Central station by a band and all the divisions of the Hibernians in Onondaga county escorted by the Knights of St Patrick wearing full uniform The parade proceeded from the station to the City Hall where speeches were made in behalf of the clergy the order and the city President Dolan responded in a happy vein and thanked his audience for the royal welcome extended him The Presidents recommendations were all adopted including that for a home for aged and indigent members This was one of the most important matters before the convention and the commit tees appointed to procure figures on the cost of such an institution will report at the next biennial convention at Saratoga Already Syracuse Hibernians have started a boom for getting the home established in their city PICNIC AT JASPER The Salesmens Benevolent Association will take a large crowd with them on the excursion to Jasper tomorrow The day will be spent at Calumet Lake where everything has eenarranged for the comfort of the excursionists During the past few days there has been a great de mand for tickets The trip will be In special coaches over the Southern railroad the train leaving Seventh street- depatat 715 oclock Quite a number are going toe the sole purpose of seeing the luwUome Catholic kftreat Jasper a e f NAMED JUDGE Appointment of Matt ODohorty- to Jefferson Circuit Court Bench Gives Entire Satisfaction to the Judges Lawyers and General Public Has Risen step by Stop to the Foremost Place tho Profession WILL BE CANDIDATE THIS FALL The announcement Monday afternoon from Frankfort that Gov Beckham had appointed Judge Matt ODoberty to the vacant Judgeship in the Jefferson Circuit Court was hailed with expressions of de light everywhere in Louisville On all sides it was admitted that the Governor could not have made a better selection and this was emphasized by the action of the other distinguished lawyers who had been aspirants for the honor Judge ODoherty was with his wife at Grayson Springs when the news of his appointment reached the city but immediately Hon Isaac T Woodson and others called him up to tender their congratula tions and on his return Tuesday his office was thronged all day with well wishers many Republicans being among the number On Wednesday morning Judge ODoherty took the oath of office in Judge Kirbys court in the presence of a large gathering of lawyers and friends The appointment is only for this year but Judge ODoherty will be the Demo cratic nominee and will be easily elected this fall His name will add strength to the ticket and make Democratic success certain The career of Judge ODoherty has been a remarkable one and reflects the highest credit upon him No matter what his position since boyhood he has always stood in the front rank of his associates who never failed to recognize his integ rity and worth and it was these qualifi cations that brought him his wonderful success Judge ODoherty was born in the little town of Manorbamilton County Lietrum Ireland fortynine penr9 ago buCcamt to i HtaW1Jen a mere boy His first stopping place was at Portland Maine where he remained only a short time The young emigrant then started for Louisville where he had an older sister Soon after his arrival here he secured employment with the Louisville Mashville railroad He became a favorite with his superiors and fellowworkmen but with that foresight and judgement that has characterized his whole life he never lost opportunity for selfimprovement Young ODoherty had ambition and employed his spare time in the study of law During these days he was prominent in our local Irish Catholic society affairs and to this day he retains his active membership in all of them A wise counsellor his advice was asked in all then undertakings Later when be was given a position in the Circuit Court he applied himself to the study of law with all his energy When he retired from the office he was admitted to the bar and his knowledge and ability proved such that it was not long until he attracted public attention and was looked to as one of the coming men of the day For some years Judge ODoherty affiliated with the Republican party being its nominee for Lieutenant Governor in 1889 His speeches in that campaign were masterful and made many votes for the Republican candidates When the Republican party fell into bad hands in 1895 Judge ODoherty became a Democrat and pronounced himself for William Jennings Bryan whom he later introduced in this city and spoke for through out the State Since that time Judge ODohertya career is known to all our citizens No man feels a deeper interest in the welfare of Louisville and every thing that makes for its material ad vancement has his hearty support Socially the Judge is as popular as he is professionally Generous to a fault and of kindly disposition he is a most agreeable companion and the receptions given by him and his charming wife are unsurpassed by any in the city The Judges friends will soon go to work for him in earnest with the intention of rolling up a great majority for the ticket All the daily papers with the exception of the Herald spoke well of Judge ODo hertys appointment and commend the Governor The Herald in a short edi tonal that possesses not a word of truth warns the Democrats not to nominate the Judge Its impudence is only equalled by its ignorance of the feeling toward Judge ODoherty and the other gentlemen on the ticket who have had no opposi tion for nomination and will have but little for election The Heralds yawp sboyvs a spirit that disgusts even its friends S FORTY HOURS Forty hours devotions concluded at the Church of Our Lady in Portland on Tuesday morning The number that approached the sacraments was very large and the zealous a d hard working pastor Rev James J Conniff has reason to feel proud of the results His sermon Sunday morning was an unwHMlly able one its- effect upon kfa hearerabtlblgqaite vieilbler- cII 0 0 YOUNG MENS INSTITUTEv lNewport and Lexington Coun oils Contesting For P Honors t Lafayette Council of Newport and Barry Council of Lei ington are out for honors of all kinds or their members and respective towns ind by the time of the meeting of the G and Council there promises unusual exc tement in Y M I circles Barry Counc 1 has determined to capture the Grand Sec etaryshlp for John Shannon and will mbrtgage the city to secure his election A series of two ball tames has been ar ranged between the t jo councils which will open at Cincinnati on Sunday August 14 On the following Suudaj August 21 the day on which the Grand Council meets the twfl teams will play in Lexington At New art arrangements are pending for sepal te coaches for the Y M I many of the lady friends hav lag signified their intention of accom panying the delegateo and helping them win on the field and tibi the convention Lafayette Council is af er the convention of 1905 and also the Grand Presidency Their candidate is Dr A Riordan and his interests will be t ken care of by a committee composed l Messrs Frank Noonan Theo Gelsle John Kearney Julian Kramer and Ger ild Connolly Manager Hughes of he ball team ac companied by a few m mbers will be in Lexington tomorrow anticipatory of Newports interests in the coming con vention and the series f games A correspondent that our refer ence to Dr Writts week caused much enthusiasm in I circles and that never was the spirit of the order stronger than at this moment in Newport andvicinity Every effort made to benefit the Y M I locally and otherwise is appreciatively backed by the members of Lafayette Council COUNTY BOARD II I Quarterly Meeting on Friday Night Will Be an Impor tant One The quarterly meeting of the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians will be held Pridaynight at time hall at Seventh and Market streets Reports from the natlonalofficers are expected and the board will also act upon thc tgatteryoE celectiog fCJi as divisions are required to hold elections annually The board will also determine whether the Hibernians will have an Irish field day this year This has been agi tated tor some time and is favored by many the strongest objection being that it is too late in the season State President Keenan may issue his call at that time for the State convention which will meet at Covington It is learned that Judge Shine and the mem bers of Division 1 of Covington are ar ranging for the entertainment of the largest State convention ever held by the Hibernians in Kentucky a RECENT DEATHS The death of Mayme McHugh Gun ther wife of Frank Gunther occasioned profound sorrow among her wide circle of friends Besides her husband two small children are left to mourn and miss her tender care Her funeral which was largely attended took place from the Cathedral Sunday afternoon The death of Hannah Derring which occurred at the residence of her son Charles Pickering 2324 Duncan street removes from West End circles a woman held In high esteem by her large number of acquaintances Her funeral took place Thursday morning from St Cecilias church of which she was a devout memo ber Rosa Pracht well known and popular In German Catholic circles was called to her eternal reward Tuesday after an ill ness of short duration She was the daughter of Mrs Sophie Pracht 1604 Baxter avenue and since childhood had been an attendant at St Bonifaee church where her funeral services were largely attended Thursday morning The funeral of Michael Cahill who died last Saturday of gastritis took place Monday morning from St Patricks church Deceased was twentynine years old and is survived by his father and mother William and Ellen Cahill 1538 Portland avenue His death is a sad blow to the bereaved parents and wide spread sympathy is felt for them The sad and unexpected news of the death of Miss Maggie Campion last Sun day morning occasioned inexpressible sorrow among her wide circle of friends and acquaintances by whom she was loved and esteemed Miss Campion was one of the best known dressmakers in the city and very successful as a business woman She made her home with her brother Officer Thomas J Campion 1437 Seventh street Though but thlrtyrfive years old her life was filled with deeds of kindness and charity and in many quarters she will be sadly missed Her funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Louis Bertrands RECREATING Very Rev Joseph A Hogarty the beloved pastor of St Augustines church at Lebanon Iis enjoying a much seeded Mfisoa of rest aad recreaUnat West Sadea I FEDERATION The Holy Father Sends His flossing to the National Convention Delegates Represent Catholic Societies In All Parts of tho Country Father OBrien Makes Plain tho Attitude of tho Catholic Church SECRETARYS REPORT SHOWS GAINS Specials from Detroit state that the national convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies surpassed in every way the expectations of the most ardent supporters of the federation movement The work of the con vention when fully made known can not but be productive of good results and will make more clear the attitude of Catholics on many public questions and will still further show that there Is no politics contemplated by the national bodyThe fourth annual convention of the American Federation of Catholic Socie ties opened Tuesday morning in Detroit in the Light Guard Armory with over three hundred delegates present It was decided to hold business sessions daily beginning Tuesday afternoon and open meetings in the evening at which ad dresses would be made by prominent clergy and laymen The convention then adjourned to the Cathedral where Bishop Foley was assisted in the Pontifical mass which preceded the meeting by the Rev Father Van Antwerp of Detroit as dea con and the Rev Father Schreiber of Detroit as subdeacon Seated in the sanctuary were the following Monsignor Teeley of Lynn Monsignor Lavelle of New York Archbishop Messmer of Mil waukee Archbishop Elder of Cincin nati Bishop Maes of Covingtou Bishop Hartley of Columbus and Bishop Stang of Fall River Mass After the celebra tlon of mass the Rev Father OBrien of Toledo preached the sermon in which lbe discussed the conflict between the authority of the church and that of the Statet saying in part The church can not sanction unjust or bad laws It can not sanction the law of divorce because it is against the law of God The State has no right to enact the law of divorce I say it as a citizen loyal to the Government The church can not sanction the present public school system of the country because it elimi nates religion from the teachings I know that is an unpopular stand but we must make It because we are right and the State is wrong Our nonCatholic brethren know us not They look upon us with prejudiced eyes and imagine there is something in the teachings of the church that weakens our loyalty to the Government I defy any man to Im pugn the loyalty of Catholics Though the number of Catholics in this country is 12000000 we have less influence than some of the weaker sects Why have we Catholics so little influence despite the fact that we number 2000000 voters It is because of our cowardice in express ingour opinions We are afraid to open our mouths in defense of the church and her doctrines because we are on the un popular side You will never get any thing by keeping silent You must ad vance your ideas you must fight but not thank God with deadly weapons Theoblect of your convention is a high and noble one You must lay down a fighting programme for the future and carry it out At the afternoon session Secretary An thony Matre of Cincinnati read his an nual report It showed again during the past year of one State Federation and two national Catholic societies The American Federation now comprises a total of ten national organizations in its membership and has eleven State federations and 100 county federations The total membership of the organizations which are affiliated with the federation is 1500000 in thirtynine States and Porto Rico Seventyfive of the Bishops of the country have given their approval to the federation Secretary Matre read the following cablegram from Pope Pius X which evoked great enthusiasm IIpius has received the filial greetings of the American Federation of Catholic Societie and joyfully sends his apostolic blessingWednesday morning a Pontifical requiem high mass was celebrated for the deceased members of the federation by Bishop Maes of Covington When the convention assembled all the delegates were present The first business was the announcement of committees by Presi dent Minahan and the reference of reso lutions After the retirement of the com mittees a number of prominent church men were called upon for addresses Among those who responded were Bishop Hartley of Columbus and Fathers Moran and Ryan of Cleveland W G Smith of Philadelphia was made Chairman of the Committee on Resolutions and in cluded in the membership were Archbishop Meeemer Bishop McFaul and Rev John Wynne S J Dr J W Fowler Cplf Michaell Relchert and Dr Francis S Clark all of this city were appointed to important committees U n a N J None of the committees were ready to report at the afternoon session and the convention after listening to several short addresses adjourned until Thursday morning when the reports of the constitution and resolutions committees were the special order- Thursday was the most important day of the convention Resolutions were adoptedand a number of changes made in the constitution The most important of the changes is one permitting Catholic parishes and institutions to become mem bers of the federation as well as Catholic societies An amendment was also adoptedpermitting officers to hold office for more than two terms The resolutions open with a renewal of the federations declaration of allegiance to the Pope express satisfaction with the progress made in the past year by Catho lie societies in Germany toward the removal restrictions onerous to Catho lics express indignation at the tyranny of the French Government in its recent suppression of religious orders in France and in Impeding free immediate com munication between the Pope and the French Bishops and falsely accusing him of breaking the concordat express pleasure at the improved condition ofI the Indians and reiterate our pledged policy to make the maintenance of CathI olic Indian schools our first national issue The resolutions commend theI efforts of the men and women who are working to educate the negro and urge generous support of the efforts to spread the Catholic truth among these people and urge further efforts to provide for the Catholic instruction of immigrants arriving in this country from foreign I lands On the school question the resolutions I say We propose this solution of the educa tional problem so far as we are con cerned Let no public moneys be paidII out for religious instruction in any schools let the educational per capita tax be disbursed for results in purely secular studies only in our Catholic schools our teachers receiving their salaries 1 as other teachers receive theirs toII ascertain the results let our schools beII submitted to State or city examinations Thus will be the great principle of our Government IIno public moneys for sec tartan purposeS be preserved intact 1 Better observance of the Sabbath is urgedand gratification is expressed at J the outcome of the negotiations for the friars lauds in the Philippines On the divorce question the resolutions say IIWe call upon all our Catholic and non Catholic citizens especially our State federations to use all proper necessary influence in the State Legislatures tojj fromf SIICa1l wssW111 effectively re strict and reduce the facility of obtaining J a divorce and bring about more uniform ity in the marriage and divorce laws of the different States Socialism is condemned and a close study of social ques tions is urgedIThe resolutions then say We heartily indorse the endeavor of workingmen to better their material condition and to promote their temporal prosperity by the formation of trades unions but at the same time we exhort our Catholic work men to form special associations theI objective of which is to provide for their religious and moral wants and to instruct them properly on the social questions and a practical solution thereof Corruption in politics is deplored and all Catholic citizens are urged to use everyI legitimate influence to check the evil Efforts to secure the placing of a proper proportion of Catholic books in public libraries are urged and it is stated that when a librarian refuses to make proper selection of Catholic books the Catholic citizens should demand the appointment of such a person as shall respect theI rights of all With the election of the following offi cers the convention completed its work and adjourned sine die President Thomas B Minnahan New York vice presidents J B Oelkers Newark Edward Feney Brooklyn George W Steiger Minnesota treasurer CHSchulte Detroit secretary Anthony Matre Cincinnati marshal H W Mer rick Paterson Kan j colorbearer Peter Tall Rosebud Agency Executive Board Walter George Smith chairman Phila delphia Nicholas Gonner Dubuque Thomas H Cannon Chicago J W Fowler Louisville W Immekus Pitts burg Peter Wallrath Evansville H N Coulon Louisiana The next conven tion will be held at New Orleans MONTHLY MEETING The regular monthly meeting of the Immaculate Conception Sodality will be held tomorrow afternoon at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road This sodality is composed of young men and women who gather in large numbers on the beautiful grounds of the Passionist fathers during the summer months Tomorrow the Rev Richard Barrett O P will conduct the services in the chapel and deliver a discourse on Why Some Marriages Are Failures This will be well worth hearing as Father Richard is one of the most eloquent and gifted preachers in the Pas sionist order All young Catholic men and women will be welcome to this monthly meeting LONG SUMMER TRIP Rev Joseph Neesen pastor of Holy Trinity church at St Matthews will leave next week to visit the scenes of his youth in Germany Father Neesen has for years been a faithful worker therefore the members of his congregation are pleased to see htm get a long vaca tion They all wish him a safe voyage and lll1Rttrll C J n JI r WILL LIVE r f Officer John Dolan Shot by Thomas Crlbbins Monday Evening flad Entered Saloon to Stop Terrible Fight Between Brothers Cribblns Shot by Officer Erhart and Dies at tho City Hospital HOW THE AWFUL TRAGEDY OCCURRED Patrolman John Dolan one of the best members of the Louisville police depart ment was shot and very seriously wound ed while in the line of duty on the night of August 1 At first it was thought his wounds would certainly prove fatal but the indications now are that he will live Patrolman Dolan burst into the saloon of Tom and Jim Cribbins at Mellwood and Stone avenues in the Highlands on Monday evening when informed by citi zens that the two brothers who were conducting the saloon were in a drunken condition and were about to kill each otherWithout n thought of the danger he was in Patrolman Dolan burst into the place to preserve the peace and as he did so was joined by Patrolman Erhart who had followed him Both officers belong to the First district patrol and are mounted men As soon as the officers entered the saloon Tom Cribbins crazed by drink quit assaulting his brother aud d shot Patrolman Dolan fa the groin To save the life of his borther officer Patrol man Erhart shot Cribbins inflicting a wound which afterward proved fatal but which was done in selfdefense Crib bins died in the City Hospital on Tuesday night and was buried on Thursday Before his death he repented and his funeral took place from the Churchof the Blessed Sacrament on Thursday morn ing Patrolman Dolan was at once taken to the City Hospital where the best surgi cal and medical attention was provided for him At first it was believed that he woul UdleTJjntbeingatiianofgdod + habits and strong constitution he rallied and on Thursday his physicians said he would get well unless complications then unforseen set In which is improbable In view of Officer Dolans good record the Board of Safety procured the best medical attention for him The saloon conducted by the Cribbins brothers has been closed pending an in vestigation by the License Board as to whether it should be closed permanently It has the reputation of being a disor derly place Jim Cribbins was fined for dnmkenness and disorderly conduct in the Police Court by Judge McCann Officer Erhart was only slightly injured during the fracas To him is due the credit of saving Dolans life John Dolan is a prominent member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and isan excel lent citizen and a fine police officer He has been on the force but a year yet he has in that short time won the respect of the people wherever he was placed on duty and his superiors have the utmost confidence in him For the aged mother of the dead man there is a feeling of pro found pity as she is heartbroken over the deed of her unfortunate son WILL SEND FIVE All Officers of Division 3 Del egates to State Con vention Division 3 of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians held a largely attended and en thusiastic meeting Monday night when a hearty welcome was given State Treas urer George Butler and County President Patrick Sullivan who are both members President Thomas Quinn occupied the chair and was happy in his eulogy of the work of the delegates from Kentucky to the national convention Messrs Butler and SulliAun made proper responses and reviewed the doings of the convention One candidate Patrick Shea had the four degrees conferred and the application of Edward Hynes was received The Visiting Committee reported none sick and the outlookbright additions to the treasury Upon motion it was decided to send the five officers as delegates to the State convention and a handsome sum was appropriated to defray their ex penses Thomas Quinn will have a report of which his fellowmembers will feel proud and in recognition of his work it is almost certain that he will be reelected for another term without opposition OUTING MONDAY congregation nextMondaychurch societies will participate in the festival aud Rev Father Leo end the alliwho will spend the day or evening with them There will be varied amusements and outdoor sports for old and young to engage in An elegant afternoon dinner and supper will be served by theIadiN of the congregation U l r G N NTUOKY xRiaA1iERIOAN RMLRI6fiNj B KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 I lii HtttoreA at the Louisville Postofflce as Secosd Class Matter 1 ComojanlcftlloHilothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street UNION TRADES IJIBfL- M COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 6 1904 IMPORTANT Any of our subscribers falling to receive their papers Saturday morn ing will please notify this office immediately Owing to the large number of new names added to our lists during the last few weeks of our successful popularity contest some mistakes may have occurred in entering the addresses which it is our desire to correct JUDQEODOHERTY The selection of Judge Matt ODoherty for Judge of the Com CircuitmooCourt to fill out the unexpired term of Judge Upton W Muir pleases everybody Gov Beckham could not have made a wiser selection Judge ODoherty is a man of emi pence in his profession He was Y Common Pleas Judge by appoint tmeatunder Gov Beckham before but saw fit to decline to make the race at the polls at the last election and declined a Democratic nomina tion which had been tendered him Judge ODoherty having now ar ranged his business in such a manner that he can conscientiously sit on the bench he has decided to make the race in November for the unexpired term of Judge Muir This is why he accepted the tem porary appointment It is under stood that Judge ODoherty will have no opposition in the Demo cratic party and will be given the nomination without opposition This would be a graceful act upon the part of his political associates Judge ODoherty is a man of the highest personal and professional integrity He is possessed of a competence In order to go on the bench he has given up a lucrative and growing law practice If he goes on the bench by election in November it iis probable that he will make this his life work Judge ODoberty is an Irishman and a Catholic He is a true blue upright son of Erin and a devout Catholic and a credit to his race He is also a patriotic American citizen and a great lover of his adopted country and more espe cially his adopted city and State There has been a feeling that Catho lics and Irishmen could not secure election to a high position on the bench in this community We believe this is a mistake The intelligent part of this community will not stand for proscription on account of religious belief any longer and a Catholic and an Irish man has as good a show as anybody else if he is worthy We believe Judge ODoherty is worthy The Irish and Catholic part of this com munity appreciate Gov Beckhams compliment in appointing him to the vacant Judgeship If he is elected in November it will do much to allay the belief which has obI tained for many years that a Catho lic or an Irishman could not secure a high judicial office at the hands of the people- CATHOLIC SCHOOLS AND COL- LEGeS Now is the season when parents are thinking of selecting the schools and colleges to which they will send their children for the school year There are many very fine educa tional institutions in Kentucky for the education of young men and young women and the Kentucky IrishAmerican has often given these schools nice complimentary notices which they deserved If a thehads of these institutions would reciprocate occasionally by inserting UJt advertisaments in the columns 3- t t r 9iG J n of this paper it might do them some good This paper now has a very large circulation going into the leading Catholic families of Louisville and Kentucky and an adver tisement might be of benefit to them Surely it is not expected that a newspaper can continually call attention to business enter prises unless they reciprocate in some way THE INDIANA DEMOCRACY The Democrats of Indiana made a strong ticket on Wednesday when they nominated John Kern for Governor The nomination of Edward J Fogarty of South Bend for Secretary of State and Joseph H Shea for Attorney General will be par ticularly gratifying to IrishAmeri cans Mr Fogarty is the present Mayor of South Bend and is a union labor advocate He was a bricklayer when he worked at his trade Mr Shea is one of the lead Ing attorneys of Seymour The Indiana Democrats gave Thomas Taggart another Irishman a great reception and ovation on Tuesday night in honor of his selection as Chairman of the National Demo cratic Committee It is certain that Mr Taggart intends to make a good fight He has appointed W F Sheehan of New York as one of his principal advisers The cam paign not only in Indiana but in New York promises to be redhot this year THE ABOLITION OF THE CONCORDAT The French Ministry seems de termined under the leadership of M Combes to abolish the con cordat which has existed between the Vatican and France since 1801 Catholic statesmen outside of France and many in that country incline to the belief that the aboli tion of the concordat will be a good thing for the church in France and will serve to arouse Catholics in that country to a sense of their duty The Catholic church does more for France through the opera tions of the concordat than the French Government can do for the Vatican or at least more than it has done in the past 100 years Napoleon in order not to disturb titles to sequestered church prop erty agreed to pay to Bishops and priests a yearly amount of 7000 000 in the form of salaries from the public funds in lieu of returning the sequestered property This sum was less than i per cent of the value of the endowments that had been sequestered In this connec tion it will not be out of place to give the present number of ecclesiastics on the French Governments pay roll and the amount each re ceives There are in Frauce 42415 officials of the Catholic church whose average salary is less than 900 francs 180 They are di vided into seventeen Archbishops who get 17000 francs 3400 a year each sixtyseven Bishops at 10000 francs 2000 165 Vicar Generals receiving from 2500 toI 4500 francs 500 to 900 canons from 1600 to 2400 francs 320 to 400 31000 priests from goo to 1300 francs 180 to26o and 70000 assistant curates who receive 450 francs 90 These salaries which were established in 1801 have not increased in amount since then France can not with honor re pudiate this agreement until it restores the property sequestered during the revolution but anything is possible under the Combes Min istry The present immediate crisis was brought about through an order from the Vatican for the Itu I ti I Bishops of Laval and Dijon to re port at once to Rome in person This they refused to dot and the French Government took sides with them The two Bishops appealed to the State instead of to the head of the church when complaints were made about their conduct The Bishops were suspended by the Vatican and the final result maybe their excommunication- If the French Government with draws its support from the clergy of course it could not claim author ity to nominate Bishops as it does now and the church would be placed on the same footing in France that it is in the United States It is contended that iit would be a wise move for the Vatican to allow the severance of officialrelations but there is of course a wide divergence of opinion on the subject The city of Louisville will con tribute about 3500 to the fund for the entertainment of the Knights of Pythias that is to say the city will spend that sum for the street illu minations and sanitary care of the grounds It is questionable if the city has the right to contribute money for this purpose In fact we know it is contrary to law We do not intend to make any kick about it but what a howl would go up if the city was even asked to contribute a few thousand dollars to entertain the national convention of the Knights of Columbus or the Ancient Order of Hibernians should they meet here We wish the K of P well and hope the delegates may have a nice time during their stay in the city but when they come again they should not ask the city to contribute out of the public funds The national convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies which was in session this week in Detroit will doubtless be the means of doing great good for the various Catholic organizations The effect will be felt later when the organization gets in better work ing trim The Federation in Ken tucky is growing and the senti ment in favor of concerted action is gaining ground every day In union there is strength Our State Fed eration could wisely adopt Ken tuckys State matto United we stand divided we fall By the death of Very Rev Ste phen Kealy Provincial of the Order of Passionists in the United States the Very Rev Felix Ward for merly of the Passionist Retreat near Louisville becomes First Consultor of the order in this country Father Ward is a much beloved priest He has many dear friends and hun dreds of admirers in Louisville Father Ward will now probably see to it that the work of building the new monastery on the Newburg road is carried out without further delay The Irish Parliamentary party met Thursday in London and re newed the expression of confidence in its leader John Redmond A resolution was passed approving his forthcoming visit to the United States ami bespeaking for him and his colleagues a warm and generous welcome of the duly accredited envoys of United Ireland to the organized forces of our race in the United States- Indianapolis is to have a splendid new Cathedral and Bishop Chatard and his auxiliary Bishop ODon aghue are already preparing to commence work on the structure The Catholic populationof Indiana and especially of Indianapolis is increasing rapidly SOCIETY DANCE AND EUCHRE Trinity Council Y M I will give an outdoor euchre and dance at Phoenix Hill Park Tuesday night that will prove one of the social events of the summer The prizes which were listed on the picnic tickets will be drawn for and awarded This combined with the euchre prizes and dancing will afford a delightful evenings entertainment Wehrleys orchestra will furnish the music playing all the latest compositions The bolero is snare form is the most popular summer wrap A belt of the same material as the gown is the moot beeotaiag kind fora stout figure IJJ 0u T7 SOCIETY Miss Nellie Cooper has been the guest of Mrs Felix Hamilton at Lebanon Col Mike Muldoon will go to Tyron N C and will nonreturn until Septem ber Mrs William Stein and Miss Christine Kelly visited relatives at Lebanon last week i Miss Grace Dngan has returned from Cloverport where ahe visited Mrs James Younger Misses Alice Hickey and Blanche Cun ningham spent last Sunday with friends at Frankfort Misses Nora and Eiline McDonough of Portlandwill spend several weeks at Benton Harbor Hill Spalding the attorney lies returned from Lebanon after a weeks visit with his parents Miss Anna Kennedy had an enjoyable visit at Elizabethtown where she was the gu st of Mrs Ashlock Misses Annie Mamie and Maggie Bren nan ofWest Oak street left Tuesday for a two weeks visit to St Louis and the Worlds Fair Misses Jennie McEvoy and Mary Coen left Tuesday for St Louis They will stay about two weeks visiting friends and the Worlds Fair Mrs Thomas D Claire and Miss Nellie HallinanWest Chestnut street will leave next week to spend the month of August at Grayson Springs Hon Edward J McDermott and family and Mrs Spalding Coleman and family were among last weeks arrivals at Wequetonsing Mich Miss Maggie Mitchell will leave Mon day for a trip to Boston and several other cities In the East She expects to sail for Ireland about September 1 Thomas McGuire and family South Louisville had as their guests last week Mrs Mary Keating of the West End and William Tucker of Atlanta John Brady and wife and son who were last week the guests of Mrs Jesse Brady 2907 Montgomery street have re turned to their home at Frankfort Miss Edith Gast has been having a most enjoyable visit with friends at Bowling Green The young men of the city gave a hay ride in her honor last week Miss Lillie Belle ODonnell of 233 East Jacob street has gone to Canada to remain until September 1 with her aunt Mrs A M Wood at Lake Muskoka Ontario Miss Mamie Thompson of New York who has Beth visiting here asthe guest of Mr sod Mrs David Fahey of 727 West Oak street left for her home last Saturday Mrs John A Hayes and daughters Misses Agnes and Angela will leave soon to spend a year traveling in Europe They expect to be in Rome during the Christmas holidays Mrs Charles OConnor and Mrs Mary Dermody have returned to their homes in South Louisville after spending several days at Floyd Knobs the guests of Mrs William Geltmaker Misses Rose and Mary Conroy of Portland have gone to the Worlds Fair Before returning they will visit friends in El Paso Texas and Las Crnsa N M Theywill be absent until the last of the month Andrew McBarron a former well known resident of New Albany but now locatedat Alexandria Ind has been spending the week at his old home the guest of his mother and brother Con J McBarron Mrs William M Higgins and Misses Mary and Margaret Higgins are visiting relatives and friends at Syracuse They will spend a week in Rochester with John Martin and family and visit Niagara Falls before returning Miss Katherine Mooney and her pretty little sisters Alverta and Alberta of the West End have returned from a visit to St Louis and the Worlds Fair The two little twins attracted much attention and became quite as popular there as they are at home Two very pleasant events of the past week was the automobile ride and musicale given by Mr and Mrs William A Brown Twelfth and Delaware in honor of their charming guests Misses Clara Martin May and Adelaide Koch and George Koch of Cincinnati Mr and Mrs William T Franke Mrs Mary Weyd Mrs Kate Newman Mrs Blanche Shelley Misses Lula and Blanche Mattingly and Thomas A and James Shelley left Thursday morning for a trip to the Worlds Fair They will stop at the Inside Inn during their stay Emmet B Kennedy who has been home on a vacation left Thursday for Emmittsbnrg Md to resume his studies at Mt St Marys College It is his intention to write much during the coming year for many of the leading Catholic magazines and the Kentucky Irish American Louisville was well represented at Grayson Springs this week among the many sojourningl there being Charles L Crush wife and daughter Miss Bernice Hagan Joha J Caffrey and wife Miss Kate Nugent Mrs Matt ODoherty Miss Kathleen Swing cad Mrs John A Hil lerich and daughter Lily White Snlpbur Springs is becota lag a fayorite resort for people from Lottiflville AmoBg those speading the LJ hot spell there were Charles P Taylor and wife and sons Mrs Frank A Henry and Misses Elsie and Tessie Henry Paul C Barth Miss Bea Small Paul Barth Jr Albert Barth and Albert Brunn all of this city and James T Duffy of Jef fersonville The engagement of Miss Adelaide Montedonico and Henry Reeb has been announced Their marriage take place at the Cathedral on Wedn day October 5 The brideelect is the daughter of Antonio Montedonico who arrived this week with his bride from Italy Henry Reeb has for years been iu the liquor and real estate business and has been quite successful Mrs Thomas P Clines entertained Monday evening at her home 1114 Sev AgnesBurkethe hostess is so well known it is needless to say a most pleasant evening was spent Among those present were Mrs John De Rose Misses Agnes Burke Ella Bald win Lillie Cliflord Mary Clines Cather ine Moran Blanche De Rose Agnes Moran Messrs Thomas D Clines Jo seph J Moran Charles Rickert John Clines and Michael C Moran The marriage of Miss Julia McGuire the accomplished and popular daughter of Thomas and Mary McGuire of South Louisville and William Tucker a well known Louisville Nashville railroad conductor on the Atlanta division was solemnized Tuesday at the Holy Name rectory Rev Father OConnor offici ating The ceremony was witnessed by large numbers of friends of the contract ing parties After a wedding feast and reception at the home of the brides parents the couple left on their honeymoon trip They will make Atlanta their future home On Thursday morning at Holy Name church South Louisville Roger Mc Grath Secretary of the Board of Public Works and Mrs Ella Friedlieb of 314 West Brandeis avenue were united in the holy bonds of wedlock the Rev John T OConnor performing the mar riage ceremony Friends of the bride and groom filled the church and before departing on their honeymoon trip the happy couple were showered with con gratulations After August 30 Mr and Mrs McGrath will be at home at 314 West Brandeis avenue The attend ants at the mass which was cele brated at an early hour were Thomas Shelley the popular bookkeeper in the Tax Receivers office and John Mackey timekeeper for the Board of Public Works The latter may venture upon the matrimonial sea before the snow falls if any reliance can be placed in rumors from the West En- dJAMES B KELLY Will Be Trinity Councils Candidate For Grand President Trinity Council Y M 1 had much business to transact Monday night most of it pertaining to the coming Grand Council meeting at Lexington A care ful canvass of the members showed them to be unanimous for the reelection of James B Kelly to the office of Grand President Under his guidance the Young Mene Institute of the Kentucky juris diction made progress gratifying to all the councils therefore the members of Trinity and the other local councils favor his election There may be other candidates but they will only be voted for as a complimentTomorrow afternoon there will be an initiation at Trinity Hall when it is ex pected to confer the degrees on a class of twentyfive Henry Lammers was re ported well but Henry Hulskamp con tinues sick The special euchre commit tee stated that all arrangements had been perfected for the outdoor euchre at Phoe nix Hill next Tuesday night when the drawing for prizes would take place The statement was made that Trinity Council would turn out about 200 strong when the trip is made to Lexington on Sunday August 21 Messrs Robert Goebel John J Sullivan and Tom J Gar vey are the delegates and they hope to head the largest delegation to the Grand Council reception that day CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Are Elated Over Prospects For Their Worlds Fair Excursion Members of the Central Committee ot the Catholic Kulghts of America are elated over the reports that come to them bearing upon their Worlds Fair excur sion next month from all parts of the city comes news that people who in tended going to St Louis sooner will wait till September 11 and take advan tage of the exceedingly low rate offered by the Knights The gentlemen who went to the Worlds Pair city and suc ceeded in making arrangement for the round trip hotel bill included for only 15 are receiving unstinted praise and all indications point to a monster train from this city to participate in the observance of Catholic Knights day The Central Committee and the Enter tainment Committee will meet In regular monthly session next Friday night All delegates interested in the order at this time will be there It may be thatiw portant reports will be there from Su preme Trustee McGinn and Supreme Delegate Reichert who will represent Kentucky at the special meeting of the Supreme Council which convenes Tues day morning to readjust the rates of assessment now in force FEAST OP ST DOMINIC Thursday the feast of St Dominic was celebrated in a fitting manner at St Louis Bertrands Rev rather Twohig was the celebrant of the high mass which was attended by large number of thecOsgr enett r r II J WHITESFOR MEN AND WOMEN 250 BLAZE AND PANIC Catastrophecils Outing aocompanledMackin Sunshine to Sugar Grove last Tuesday morning spending a day that was full of pleasure until near home on the return trip As the Sunshine was passing River view Park several hot coals fell on the aninsignificanttinguished by one of the boats crew But one of the excursionists had seen the blaze and in his excitement started the alarm of fire In an instant there was a panic all over the bout women fainting children screaming and many men not knowing what to do while the rush for life preservers added to the confusion The boat was headed for the shore and all was over in less than five minutes but those minutes were ages to many andwill never be forgotten Only for the cool action of the boats crew and the committee in charge the results might have been awful Those men saw there was no danger and there fore blocked the stairways and kept peo ple from attempting to jump overboard They also ordered the music to continue and this greatly allayed the fears that had arisen The worst that happened to any was to faint and when the boat landed in Portland all had recovered from their fright MACKIN COUNCIL Mackin Council Y M L received J A S Farrell and Louis Haas into mem bership Wednesday evening A pleasant feature wts the presentation of a gold emblem of the order to Otto Hubbucb who has rendered the council invaluable services Secretary Burke was instructed to send letters of thanks to Misses Bee Mullarkey and Katie Henley and Mrs Richard Galway for their assistance iu making the basket picnic a pleasing success FRED OBRECHT DEAD Fred Obrecht twentyseven years old and a well known salesman for the Rogers Book Company died Thursday afternoon at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital after an illness of several weeks Deceased leaves three brothers Joseph Carl and Herman Obrecht who will greatly feel their loss The funeral takes place this morning from St Louis Bertrands TOURINO IRELAND Mr and Mrs George F Berry prominent residents of Frankfort accompanied by Miss Cornelia Gordon sailed from New York last week for Queenstown They will spend the summer touring Ire land and Scotland BUCKINGHAM The Buckingham Theater will open its season one week from tomorrow with one of the best attractions ever seen in that popular playhouse The Messrs Whal len have had a large force employed for the past two weeks renovating and repainting the theater which presents the appearance of being entirely new When the local theaters were inspected last season after the Chicago disaster the Buckingham was found the safest in Louisville and the only one in which no alterations had to be made CARDINAL MANNING It is Cardinal Manning who relates this incident as having happened to himself One night I was returning to my residence in Westminster when I met a poor man carrying a basket and smoking a pipe I thought over this He who smokes gets thirsty he who is thirsty de sires to drink he who drinks too much gets drunk he who gets daunk endan gers his soul This man is in danger of mortal sin Let us save him I affec tionately addressed him Are you a Catholic- I am thanks be to God Where are you from From Cork your riverence Are you a member of the Total Ab stinence Society No your riverence Now said I that is very wrong Look at me I am a member Faith maybe you riverence has need of it I shook hands with him and left MEXICAN CHILDREN I In Mexico a group of lads from seven to twelve will meet and each boy will decorously lift his hat and salutations of extreme courtesy will be exchanged and then comes the boyish chatter the run and the laughter the same as anywhere Boys here treat their elders with respect An old man or woman is not the butt of the youth of Mexico rather for the old people are reserved the shadiest seats under the trees in the park A Mexican boy or girl on entering a room walks around among the company shaking hands with all and on leaving the room does the same Urbanity is taught in the public schools as arithmetic is at home There is no one jolted on the street The best seat in the horse car is promptly given to the ladies who never fail gracefully to acknowledge the honor I have never seen a Mexican gentleman fail to give his seat to a woman whether she was richly or poorly dressed HE KNEW A teacher giving lectures on physical force when he had finished asked Now boys can any of you tell me whatI it is that moves people along the street He Wes greatly surprised and the class highly amused at receiving from one qfI the boys the unexpected answer Piease J sir the polioe force rf r- r u I SHOES SldJIll646 W Market North 10 and 12- 50OUTING SUITS FOR 750aAnd Values up to 25 for 10AAnd lots of other things like these in our great annexation cutprice clearance sale going on all over the house LEVYSTHIRD ACCIDENT t As shown above never happens where DIAMOND WALL PLASTER is used Kentucky Wall Plaster Co I Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisville Kyy P T ARCHER OntDoorandFlash Photography Home Phone 6709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building MANHATTANRESTAURANT OTTO E YENT Proprietor Good Square Meal For 20 Cents OPEN DAY AND NIGHT SO4 W Jefferson Street Summer styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas GO oro C SCHNEIDER FOR THE BEST Pork Bacen Hams Sausage Pure Leaf Lard Both Phones FIFTH STREET MARKET S19 MICHIGAN AND RETURN S19 Via Monon route and steamer Manitou SpringBay 1 route will sell tickets from Louisville to the above delightful resorts in Michigan on Wednesday August 17 via Chicago steamshipManitoureturningfifteenManitou extra former from 1 to 2 according to location and the latter a la carte This is the one and only annual rail and Lake Michigan outing at greatly reduced price and by the satisfaction gives in former years boAsts being the trip without an equal For reservations and further information address E H LouisVille uc Ar J T J ItQNTUOKYXHISH AJMI3RIOANt at E THE HENDERSON ROUTE Worlds Fair Rates 700 Tuesday and Thursdays Limited Seven Days Good only in Coach and Chair Cars 1000 Limited Fifteen Days 1100 Limited Sixty Days 1300 Limited to Deceniber 15 Only line operating Free Reclining Chair Cars on all through trains to St Louis Nos 41 and 44 are solid vestibuled trains composed of combination baggage and coach tree reclining chair car Pullman observation parlor car and diner meals a la through solid Louisville to St Louis Nos 45 and 40 are composed of vestibuled reclining chair cars seats free and Pullman sleepers City ticket office 230 Fourth Avenue Union Depot Seventh and Water Streets L J Irwin TicketGenl Agent A J Crone Ticket Agent Union Depot HIH 111 I I I I HtH1 I I H 11+1001 1 JE TRACY L H STRAUB w BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAU FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crr STREETShatIHM IMHMM Ml MMHHH III STATIONERS hq Br 1 dley ijert Cotl- coavoaA PRHT Blan oot aDo M Box Manufacturers BINDERSI ReprRentarolthellammonarypswrlterforKentuckTpewrite BCoreThird and Green SISf KYet ++f+H+i + tt t t t t H FINE WINES CHAM- PAGNESALKOLJ3 345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS 1 GOAL100 Bushels Pittsburg First Pool 1300 100 Bushels Pittsburg Fourth Pool f1200 Pittsburg 1st Pool 325 PllUburg 4th Pool 300 Jelllco 300 Laurel 300 Coal is freshly mined and well screened JOS DOUGHERTY Home Phone 2SS 1416 West BfOadwaj DRINK t tl6nru- JJ wnsKy BOTTLED BY HENRYe407 East Jefferson Street TELEPHONO nee Worlds Fair Short Line 1 r Southern RailwayU FORTYTHREE MILES THE SHORTEST FASTEST AND BEST TO THE wo LtnS fAIt LOOK AT THE SCHEDULE Leave Louisville 9 a m daily arrive St Louis 456 p m Entire train of Pull man sleepers through Southern railway standard dining car and vestibuled coaches from Louisville to St Louis completeLeave Louisville 1015 p m daily arrive St Louis 732 a m Solid through train from Louisville with buffet drawing room Pullman sleepers and free reclining chair cars All trains make close con nection in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair grounds ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES FROM LOUISVILLE 13 good returning until December 15 1904 11 good returning in sixty days 10 good returning in fifteen days Tickets will be on sale daily at the above rates f1 coach excursion tickets on sale every Tuesday and Thursday in July August and September good returning seven days P E Carr City Passenger and Ticket Agent 234 Fourth avenue Louisville AJ Crone Depot Ticket Agent Seventh Water Louisville C H Hunger I fort District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth avenue Louisville G B Allen Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND AW POINtS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN ClivilanddBuffalo New York Boston tJ AN9 AUPOINTSEASr- Isfonnutiol1 cheerfully furnished on applioatioa at City Ticket Office Big Fmir Retite 6JW Fourth Ave or write to S T Gt s Gial Agent PM8 Bger Agt I LeMIl IjY l uu r 0 Katie A Smith formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reas promptlyBOTH PHONES 1677 OFFICE 652 FIFTH STR- EETLDBAX FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER e CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 3360 700 E Chestnut Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN 8RATTfRMAN Successor to Mrs Geo Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions All calls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST WILL BEOIN SOON Contractor Joe Mackin has completed the foundation forthenewgymnasion for St Marys College He expects soon to begin work on the foundation for the new buildings to be erected by the Sisters of St Catherines IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Route Between Louisville and St Louis Commencing Sunday June 26 Kentucky popular line the Henderson route will inaugurate a safe and fast day service between Lcuisville and St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between these points Three daily trains will be operated in each direction on the following safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 830 a m 9 p m and 7 am arrive St Louis 616 pm 720 a m and 616 p m The equipment is brand new just from the shops of the most modern vestibule pattern and is as fine as on any train op crating in or out of Kentucky The 830 a m train through without change of cars will be composed of Pullman observation parlor cars free reclining chair cars dining cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 9 p m train through without change of cars will con slat of Pullman sleeping cars free re dining chair cars and high back seat pas senger coaches The dining cars on day trains will serve meals a la caite you pay only for what you g t- All trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventhstreet Union depot Louis ville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station St Louis For any other information call upon E M Womack City Passenger Agent 230 Fourth avenue Louisville or F G Cnnningham Traveling Passenger Agent 206 North Broadway St Louis U BENTON HARBOR AND RETURN SI Via Big Four route Train leaves Seventh etreet depot 1yAuguet8- at 8 odock a mot tickets at city ticket office 2W Fourth avenue and at sJGwtw O1lAIt t eI t c J L 11111111111111111SPEAkING HII1111 wflPRINTING GIVE USA TRIAL ORDER tIC Dance Invitations Ii Wedding Invitations Note and Bill Heads Tickets Dodgers Etc IHOME PXXO2VXS 940IKentucky Irish American I326 VESr GREEN SrREET 7 Yf iVIriA 76Rr7 f7V1fl iTAJ I FAAA 1i TAi YfAA71ArIi 111TI7 ATi HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Maryland State convention beginning August 11 and lasting three days will be held in Frostburg Division 1 will meet Tuesday night and a large attendance is looked for as several important questions will be up discussionDivision hold its regular meeting Wednesday night when reports will be heard from different committees on important matters A large attendance and much Interest characterized the last meeting of Division 1 of Memphis The same report comes from many other quarters of the South The question of consolidating the divisions has not been received very favor ably by a majority of the members they believing it to be to the orders best interests to have rival divisions Last Tuesday night Division 2 of Utica N Y held a rousing meeting attended by State and county officers returned from the national convention Chief among the good things was the address delivered on Daniel OConnell by Rev Father D J Moore the talented young assistant of St Agnes church Hibernians and Irishmen everywhere should take to heart the following wise resolution adopted at the national con vention Believing firmly in its power- as an educative and moral force and real izing that a clean and independent press can not serve its true purpose unless ade quately and liberally sustained we rec ommendto the patronage of our members the Catholic papers and magazines and more especially the National Hibernian which is the official organ of our order The Hibernians are never lax in chant pioning the cause of the working people Their attitude is fully expressed in the following which was adopted by unani mous vote upon the recommendation of the Resolutions Committee We depre cate the uncalledfor and unwarranted treatment the lawabiding miners of Col orado are receiving and express the earnest hope that ere long the tights guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States may be secured to then There is nothing to be added to the following declaration of the national convention on the Irish question as it exists today We hail with pleasure the evi deuces of a regrowth of the independent selfreliant spirit once so marked characteristic of our ancient race We believe it heralds the dawn of a brighter era for the frish people in the cradleland of the race We reaffirm our belief in and at tachment to the undying principle of Irish nationality and confidently hope that Irish faith and endeavor may soon find their reward and fruition in the reestablishment of an untrammeled Irish nation Did any Catholic society ever give utterance to nobler sentiments than those expressed by the Hibernians in their late convention Read them and then answer Bowing in humble submission to the divine will we avail ourselves of this opportunity to give expression to and enter upon the record of the proceedings- of this convention our keen appreciation- of the loss the Christian world has sns tamed by the death of the late Pontiff ieo XIII His great learning dear judgment piety boundless charity and untiring energy in striving for the betterment of mankind made him the striking character of his time and bound him by strongest ties to eyery member of the Christian family We renew our pledges of loyalty and obedience to the teachings and mandates of our Holy Mother Church As dutiful children we extend our heartfelt greetings to our Holy Father Pius X and pray that he nny be long lived to admin inter to the wants of his numerous flock MILLIONAIRES The Millionaire Club recently organized in the West End announces a select hop next Tuesday evening at QSlrader Hall Twentyeighth and Chestnut streets A handsome club room will be opened soon at Eighteenth and Market streets by the members among whom are Ed wrdI Mackey Floyd Cottner John OLeary Bud Slater John McGrath Edward Vetter Harry Ridgeway Robert ildebrandt Louis Pucks Charles Slater and Thomas Guntber Prof Tuell will furnish the music for all their soda gatherings VS SEMONINS The Garrya will cross beta with the strong Semoaln team tomorrow afternoon at Garry Park The G rrys have the remarkable record of lodag but Cgame out of ninetaeuplayed this aeries The 9BC6essof the team iis dae in ag1at MMUHUC to the pitchittg of J knMgckayt- b IIIIIIII II JOB IIe QARRYS who is now considered the best pitcher Iin the city league The Garrys are open to challenges from any team in the city or State TEBEAUS DEFENDER One Reason For the Lack of Proper Local Base Ball Management The Kentucky Irish American has con tended all along in its columns that the most noticeable feature of the local baseball situation was the able defense of Manager Tebeaus shortsighted manage ment given by the daily sporting writers Walter Haldeman Pearce the able sporting editor of the Times being a chief satellite in this line His attacks on Harry White tarry Quinlan and Forest Wright have become disgusting to the fairminded base ball public the only explanation plausible being that he is trying to curry favor with Tebeau In the case of Pitcher Wright and regard ing the others his attacks only show that his knowledge of the game and what con stitutes a ball playeris extremely limited We confess our amazement when we learned through the Times columns of Wednesday that Pitcher Wright had been receiving the magnificent sum of 30 per month and can not understand why Wright should be so ungrateful to Manager Tebeau as not to continue at less than the wages paid laborers ot the street Possibly if he had continued to pitch winning ball he might have been raised to 35 at the end of the season but not before The Kentucky Irish American has no axe to grind in this case but in behalf of the sport loving public it enters a protest against the niggardly management of the local club and at the same time sug Best that the Times give its aforesaid sporting writer Walter Haldeman Pearce a long and well deserved vacation STPATRICKS PURGATORY Annual Pilgrimage to a Lonely Spot In the County- Donegal The pilgrimage to the top of the mountain of Croagh Patrick is a great and famous one but a still greater and far more famous onethe greatest and most famous in IrelandIs the pilgrimage to St Patricks Purgatory Lougb- Dearg County Donegal In memory of St Patricks retirement to this lonely spot for prayer and fasting a pilgrimage a threedays oneIs annually observed by several thousands of people who come from various parts of England Ireland and Scotland and oftentimes from America and distant Australia The pilgrimage to St Patricks Purgatory is lonelyiins of Donegal The island is very small one might cast a stone clear over It yet frequently there are several hundreds of people on the island at one time and day or night their orisons never cease This pilgrimage begins on the first of June and winds up on August 15 and it is one of the most ex traordinary and one of the most elevate lug scenes ever witnessed SURPRISE fOR HUBBY She was a young wife just married from boarding schoolone of the lovey dovey orderand although highly educated didnt know beans from any other vegetable Hence this dialogue with the cookNow Sara what are we to have for dinner Theres two chickens to dress mam Ill dress them the first thing Where are their clothes Gracious mam theyre in their feathers yeti Oh then serve them that way The ancient Romans always cooked peacocks with their feathers on It will be a surprise for hubby It will that mam If you want to help you could be paring the turnips Oh how sweet Ill pair them two and two in no time Why Ihad no idea cooking was so picturesque ill think main that washing the celery is more in your line All right Sara Ill take it up to the bath room and Ive some lovely Paris soap that will takeoff every speck Thank you mam Would you mind telling me the name of the asylum where you were eddicated I think Ill have to ake some leseona there myself if we are going to work together The high crushed kid belts are the- beet for ordinary wer The long flat potob in the frost of the blouse tfo nolougergoOdBtylej A deep craiak girdle worn with a abort bolero adds to lib fiicfarMq eMM r n IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Orangemen of the North are dis organized and breaking into factions William Beatty a Letterkenny Con stable ended his life by committing suicideThe Rev John Fay parish priest of the united parishes of Coole and Dangan is dead John Dillon MP was one of the noted personages who witnessed the sports at Kiltimagh Among the many valuable gifts for the Armagh Cathedral is a costly gold chalice from the Holy Father Pius X The sudden death announced at New castle County Down of Dr William Keown a well known and clever oculist His Grace the Archbishop of Dublin presided at the solemn opening of Grey stones new church Bishop Donnelly preached the sermon At the Armagh assizes James Machett convicted of administering tartar emetic poison to his brotherinlaw in a cup of tea was sentenced to twelve months im prisonmentWhile from Waterford to Tra more the Rev George Sweetman of Drumcannon suddenly fell off his wheel and was picked up dead Death is at tributed to apoplexy- At Belfast a demonstration was organ ized by the Grand Lodge to celebrate the battle of the Boyne but a counter demon stration was held by the independents Neither attracted much attention While bathing in the river near Balli namore County Galway three brothers Lawrence John and Patrick Loban aged thirteen nine and seven years respect ively and another youth named Coffey were drowned Word was conveyed to the Navan police that a number of valuable cattle the property of Michael Rogers Navan were maliciously destroyed by poison on his lands at Conoughmore It is believed that the animals were poisoned but as Rogers is popular with all classes no reason can be assigned for such a wanton actNews comes from Fermoy that William Aaron caretaker of the Douglas grounds Kilworth seeing Patrick Mahony in the grounds ordered him out Aaron alleges Mahony assumed a crouching position and approached him whereupon he discharged a double barreled gun at Ma bOny killing him almost instantly Aaron then handed himself up to the police at Kilworth He was remanded for eight days charged with murder Now that rumors of an approaching dissolution of Parliament are circulated from time to time the prophets are busy circulating probable party gains and losses in the event of an appeal to the country The successes gained by the Liberals at the byeelections have been a source of much encouragement to them and their organs in the press look to the future in jubilant mood There have it appears been thirtytwo elections since 1902 These seats were represented in 1885 by eighteen Liberals fifteen Conservatives They are now held by twenty Liberals and twelve Conservatives The Liberals have improved their position in the thirtytwo seats by four as compared with 1885 and upon this basis it is calculated that in the United Kingdom excluding Ireland the Liberals have a majority of from sixty to seventy over both Tories and Nationalists Some of the Liberals are even sanguine that the party will haye a larger majority It may be well for them to remember that when party votes are evenly balanced in so many constituencies forecasts can not inspire deep confidence If the Liberals should quarrel with the Irish and Catholic voters in Great Britain it is safe to assert that their victory- If they secure one would be but slight LOUISVILLE WAS THERE In a glowing description in the last issue of the Western Catholic of the Induction of thirtyfive candidates into the Quincy Council it was noted that among the 150 visiting Knights was one from Louisville The three degrees were con ferred by teams from Quincy annGales- burg Before the initiation members and candidates to the number of 250st tended mass at St Peters celebrated by Rev Father Kerr rector and chaplain of the council An eloquent sermon was preached by Rev Father Connors of Hannibal and at the banquet in the evening toasts were responded to by Father Brennan rector of St Rose church District Deputy Sir Knight dichaei Doherty of Galesburg Judge Ccrwin of Pine Bluff and others With the added new members Quincy Council now erseede 900 embracing a goodly O i 0 J PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TEx3PHONE 1t3e3o Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen1 r Beer BREWED BY SENN Be ACKERMAN BRE wING COLEFl INOORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 x4oITIrIIiLIC KY Cumb Phone Main 1913 1913oeZGeo Wiedemann BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated4 Draught and Bottled Boers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber and Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR Otto Brewerys Cream Beer DIERSEN BROS Proprietors ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE Telephone 1137 JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER n 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN XB FRANK VVALTERS Clay=Street Brewery i 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY NORTH STARRE- FRIGERATORS Solid hardwood extra well constructed with cork filling and asbestos lining ALWAYS GIVES SATISF- ACTIONGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second IR M ANDRIOI X 8SONS rr WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST representation of the business and pro fessional people of the city YELLOWSTONE PARK TOUR Every Expense Included In Ticket Person ally Conducted Party The only exclusive Yellowstone Park excursion from this section in 1904 will be run by the Monon Chicago North western and Northern Pacific railways leaving Cincinnati Louisville and In dianapolis on Wednesday August 3 The train will be called The Yellow stone Park Special and will be composed of Pullman palace sleepers dining and baggage cars It will run to Yellowstone Park and return without change al though stops for sightseeing will be made at several places All expenses will be included in the ticket and everything furnished will be firstclass An illus trated folder telling all about the tour can be had by calling on or addressing B H Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon route Fourth and Market streets Louisville SI8 NIAGARA FALLS AND RETURN S19 Via Big Four route Tuesday August 2 Only 150 more to Toronto good returning via lake steamer Buffalo to Cleveland Stopover allowed at Chau tauqua Get tickets and sleeping car berths at city ticket office 259 Fourth avenue S J Gates General Agent GRAND OUT Of TOWN EXCURSION Sunday July 31 Big Four Route to the Indiana gas belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at7 oclock a m Extremely low roundtrip rates as follows Rushville 1 Knightstown 1 Anderson 125 Alexandria 125 i Ma rion 150 Tickets on sale at city ticket office 250 Fourthavenue and at depot S J Gatse General Ageat e I ploeiix JIill park Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyImproved Parties ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts C B THOMPSON hOiitlS rROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeflsrson St Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaran- teedQUICK MEAL GAS RANGES 4Lead in quality style reputation and merit Universally acknowledged to be STANDARD OF EXCE- LLENCEGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second QO TO PioneerBottling House FOR STRAIGHT WHISKIES Irv BIG JUG AT DOOR JF DANT913 WEST BROADWAY sear Union Station REMANN BEOS IMPORTKKa F FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND felephoie 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CJIABS VALS SALOON f VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 44g ART QRlBErK IfaT t v- n N r sQNTUOKY IRISH pi1f131roAN weP BANNON MJ BANNON H M WOLTRINQ R B BANNON President VlcePres Genl Mgt Secretary Treasurer F1- h Bannon Sewer Pipe Co S Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Bannons Patent Lidded for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving BricK t Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining iire Brick Grate and ioiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBLBP1IOKB573 WORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TELEPHONE 2833 tit I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I MMMMMHMI I I I I I M4HMMHI Lt FOR GOODNESS SAKE There is no other Like Mother F Used to Make except MOTHERS BREAD tt t I tt I tt I tit t t II n H H I It I WAAAT H HMH H HH+ iii FOR ICE TEAJj Package Special at youll find this the you tasted at the AU my Teas Coffees are strictly bigh gradeand everIIprices are the lowest in town Phone a Trlo1 MTJLLOY COFFEE ROASTER tHome Phone 1323 s14 fit MARIIOT l3 r1 1 HIxiH 11 H llH 1 H H H Hl 1 11+1 HHHl 1IH41 1 1 i THE RECORD BROKEN Our GREAT ALTERATION SALE has simply knocked the bottom out of piano pricesit has marked an epoch in the history of the Louisville piano trade renowned instruments are included in the great sacrifice we are making A few more days are left for you to take advantage of the RARE BARGAINS we are offering Among the ELEGANT UPRIGHTS that yet remain are Chlckerlngs Deckers Haines Bros Kingsburys and other famous makes each a LEADER in its grade Prices That Break the Record NEW UPRIGHT PIANOS 123 t5 and Upward UPRIGHT PIANOS slightly S 85ii5 and Upward Organs and Square Pianos 0 to 50 MontenegroRiehm Music Co 628630 IrOiTI2TH AVENUE I GAS RANGES EASY We dont sell ranges BUT if you purchase one from your own stove dealer we will so that you can pay for it on EASY T RJMS KentuckyHeatingCo Syr 1021 I 1+ tt I t I I t I I I I iii+ + ++ ++++ PSRAYilCO t f 1111- 6Garriafl6s i2i W MAIN STREET ttLi KY Hit t tt ttft t t rt + ft t t + 1Lb and best price World used ON TERMS arrange re1ep110X1e 230232 OISVHLE 45c BNOS SPENCER ad Expert Accountant President Educates Young PeopleF- orButlncj Good Employment and Succat J CALL an WRITS ran run INFORMATION I f UIdItI KidIMI RNt MAIxBSTRB8T5 LOUISYIIIEKY Business College SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE eJt RSSasrtl9 =In an ELEGANT DINING CARE H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky PUNKJ AgentCManager WHJlcDOXL Preeidrw kiri GetMtal Manager nU- Y cy yicyiunc acyony uno u uiuxy cxy unuucyt I SONSieClearing Prices on Wash PetticoatsWash Petticoatsmade of good Plain or Striped Wash Petticoats Gingham or Chambray Petti quality Gingham plain or striped fun Finer grade of Gingham medium coatsPlain extra good skirt with deep flounce regular 75c and dark effects made full with width deep fiouncehave two ruffles 98clearanceCI onlyonly Clearing Prices on Childrens DressesChildrens Percale Dresses A Childrens Percale Dresses Childrens Percale or Chambray variety of pretty styles nicely trim Made of a fine grade Percale in styles DressesMothers if you wish to med and neatly sewed regular 75c val that please mothers Naked material economize on your childrens clothing 98Isf 1 Clast gone only All Summer Footwear Selling at Less Than Cost This is an unrestricted sale of Footwear We have reduced the prices on all dependable Footwear which includes the latest novelties in Tans Nothing to be reserved Orders were given to clear the shelves and sell we must Why not take advantage of these extra ordinary reductions You may not be in immediate need for themthe savings are too great to be overlooked Ladles Low CutsMade of either Patent Colt or Kid M tan Low CutsGibson and Blucher ties also Kid 98gain1 Tan Low Cots Patent Colt and Kid Leather regu 350 and 400 Tan Low CutsPatent Kid and 4up1 shoes for today special price CAPITALLABOR Cardinal Satolll Defines the Churchs Position in Pub lie Address Love and Justice Charity and SelfSacrifice Should Bo Cultivated Father Sherman Declares Labor Must Reorganize in This Country SHOULD OBEY THE GOLDEN RULE The remarks of Cardinal Satolli on the occasion of his visit to the big cash regis try manufactory at Dayton Ohio a few days ago on the subject of labor and capital are timely The Cardinal spoke to the assembled workmen in part as followsThis question of capital and labor a long time ago was resolved by our Lord We read in that divinely inspired book the Bible that our Lord imposed on man the possession of the field at the same time as labor The first fundamental rule of human life was labor From place to place from century to century how this question has always been resolved in conformity with the spirit that God in the first moment infused into our fathers It is in this spirit of faith in the intellectual and moral strength of the human race that the true solution of the differences between labor and capital must be found and body and soul must both be taken into consideration by the man who would adjust these warrings This was the new revelation of our Lord Our Lord reiterated again and again the mutual relation of labor and justice aud the duty and the rights of capital and labor I beg you to remem berthat the Christian spirit is the key to the solution of this question of labor and capital Again the question of labor and capital is the greatest question per taming to individual life to the perpetu ation of domestic life and social welfare Consequently the solution must be for the good of all life of the individual life of the life of each family and of the peaceful and prosperous life of the na tions If you here in the United States would have such a prosperous life the spirit you must cultivate is the Christian spirit of love and justice charity and selfsacrificeRev E Sherman 8 J of Chicago son of Gen Sherman says We must reorganize labor throughout the country or we will have another conflict greater than any the American peo pIe has had to contendwith There would be no trouble between capital and labor if the golden rule was carried out If men would treat their employes with justice there would be no strikes to settle or labor riots It is true that there are employes who act unfairly with their employers but employers who are fair to their men rarely are troubled with strikes FATHER PROSPER LEAVES The Rev Prosper Stehmann O F M for several years the zealous and popular assistant pastor of St Josephs church on East Washington street was this week transferred to Hamilton Ohio where he will be rector of St Stephens churchII Father Prosper during his stay yule has made many friends especially among the young people to whom is de voted much time and attention His appointment to St Stephens is a deserved recognition of his worth and ability and makes the parting less painful to those who loved him most ALL WERE FARDOWNS When Cardinal SatoUl and party were I exploring the nether xnyaterie of the l teiNiagara Great helveHs I shouted a Munater juan surewereali DownII nowtiQ n- a IRISH 8 SOCiETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanVice W Dougherty Recording Secretary Thomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank atreet- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording Secretary Edward J Kel ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President Thomas Quinn Vice PresidentJoseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatAmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney MurphyPresidentRobert Vice President Daniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine Sergeant atArmsMlchael Noon Y i I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysbcth Street ShelleyFirst P Shaugh nessy HerpRecordingFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding SecretaryFrank P BurkeTreasurerFrank MurphyMarshal Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street CooneyFirstSecond Vice President Joseph F Bell Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth Corresponding SecretaryArthur C LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe belTreasurerWilliam N Gast MarshalM F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler CONVALESCING Col Jerry Collins the genial Secretary of the Louisville Water Company who underwent a delicate surgical operation at St Josephs Infirmary is reported convalescing and his numerous friends have hopes that he will soon be able to resume his duties Col Collins had been a patient sufferer for some time and it was not until last week that he consented to undergo the operation that brought him relief YE OLDEN TIME DANCE The Nonpareil Club will give an olden time dance next Wednesday at Fountain Ferry Park A special programme of oldtime musical hits will be the feature of the evening the programme including After the Ball Rotie OGrady Smoky MokesNancy Brown Whittling RafuV Georgia Camp Meetingand others of that class The dances gives by the Nonpareil Club every Wed Mday Rhtgare proving very popular alwajwbahsg wiillMtoafled pJrJ STARTLING Theory Advanced by the Bishop of Ross at Maynooth Conference People of Ireland Deteriorating Through Lack of Proper Food If Not Prevented the Fault Will Bo That of Themselves WOULD RETURN TO THE OLD DIET The startling theory that the people of Ireland arc deteriorating rapidly in men tal and physical vigor was set forth at the recent conference of the hierarchy at Maynooth It was stated by the Right Rev Denis Kelly D D Bishop of Ross in what may be called a direct appeal to his countrymen to save their race Some of his statements were II am forced by the weight of evidence to arrive at the gloomy conclusion that the population of this country is deterior ating to an alarming extent in physical and mental vigor and energy and I fancy that any one who examines and thinks out the question as I have been try- Ing to do for some years past will arrive at the same conclusion Is then all gloom and despair Is the old Celtic stock going to die of inanition and will this country be recolonized by Germans and other foreigners I do not think so Some of the most serious causes of deterioration are easily and immediately perceptible and if they are not prevented it will be our own fault The food of the people has undergone a great change Forty years ago the staple articles of food of the population I speak of the smaller peasantry and working classes who form the vast bulk of our populationwere- milk potatoes oatmeal stirabout whole flour bread eggs butter and a little meat Now while this diet may not have been the best conceivable for fullgrown peo pie it was the very best that could be found for children and growing people It contained all the necessary and most useful elements for building up boys and girls into strong healthy vigorous men andwomen Within the last thirty years the milk oatmeal wholeflour and to a large extent the potatoes have been replaced by tea and bakers white bread Now these arti cles of diet while not the best for full grown people sustain their health and strength fairly well But a diet consisting mainly of tea and white bread is absolutely ruinous for children and grow ing people It does not contain the es sential elements to form blood bone brain nerves and other vital organs Nature is set the task of building up the body of the child into that of the man or woman without being supplied with the necessary materials for the construction The result is a jerrybuilt house that tumbles down at the first shock BISHOPS PREDICTIONS Bishop McQuaid of Rochester says eventually everyone of the fraternal organizations offering their members Insurance on a basis of assessment too low to be just will be compelled by State enactment to raise the price or go out of business The sooner the better Many are learning this lesson late in the day after sad experience And even if the State does not enterfere comments the Catholic Columbian the societies that give out 1 for every sixty cents or so that they receive are bound to mend their ways or collapse VINCENTIANS The regular monthly meeting of the Particular Council of the St Vincent deI Paul Society will be held Monday ing in St Francis Hall at 8 oclockevenjj this meeting arrangements wlUb be made for the convention to be held InI St Loulst foceevery member Jis nrgeatly requested to be present R U 71 1 Q d TUB Giias fls Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIESF- OR FIRST HOLY COMMUNION Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jeflrer lon Street tttt8+1 NIII H +HHIHIIIIIIHH1 IIIMII1III1 Union Ice Cream Coa+ Fine Vanilla Cream and Sherbet 75c per gal Strawberry Peach and Chocolate 85c per gal Brick 4 colors 100 per gal galIons100 gallons per hour Home Phone 2144 Cumb Phone Malt 389 essr to 633 E IOKCIMI SOD IH 1 1 I HI+I HHI I I I l 1X1 1 H H 111 H II I H I 111 1 1 I H HHHK 1 1 111 1IH SPRING BANK WILD CHERRY PHOSPHATE IS THE ORIGINAL AND BEST Beware of Imitations Thats All HriHHHHiH1 I 1 1 11 I IItIIII1 IHHIH 11 1 1 1 11+1 Established March 111 1868 PHONE 893 Incorporated Feb 4 1891 BLATZ KREBS STONE CO 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