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I r I Ii R r l x- F+ reFa1 i J + y ilr I Yiiif l U r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN IIVOLUIE XVNO 3 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 22 1005 PRICE FIVE CENTS YlM II- c ers rand Council of Kentucky Jurisdiction T IentB luNlws Port Next Month niPtultig About Order That IRst Doing a Greut Work Intlr Catholic Circles oulttvlUn Councils Continuo to Make Steady and Fayoral able Progress Joe DAMES OF A FEW OF THE WORKERS Newport members of the Young Mens Institute are making elaborate preparations for the proper entertainment of the delegates to the Grand Council of the Kentucky jurisdiction which meets in that city August 21 and 22 The Convention Committee of Lafayette Council No 163 of Newport has been tireless in its efforts to perffcthe arrangements for the meeting of the Grand Council and khe delegates and visiting members from the Kentucky Tennessee and Missouri Al for fcgh the business sessions of the contb on will not begin until August 21 re wiijjbe a parade of visiting counR on Sunday afternoon August 20 ton Monday evening there will be a grand all and on Tuesday there wilt be ablnG quet at the Burnett House Cincinnati The Young Mens Institute is one of the leading sodetifs of Catholic young men Its motto commends itself to all Pro Deo Pro Patriafor God forU country The society was founded in Ian Francisco Cal less than twenty ears ago It soon became the factor in Catholic circles and gradually spread eastward from the Golden Gate The story of this organization can be traced Ia number of boys or young men who lore attending school in San Francisco Ed who realized the necessity of such Ibdy to offset the inroads that were it HL made upon Catholic young menses As the society spread eastward an It vrasjtflcen up by many as a fad and on thofaccount received quite a mushroom growth in many places rvsUjjwer establish ditr every par ome towns and cities but the asm was not lasting and many ofp mills fell by the wayside Here IsvlJle quite a number of societies sl red consolidation with other coun annihilation and as a result Louis has three good hustling councils I1 Mackin and Trinity SatolH bents the oldest councils from which i formed and draws the greater part tc i membership from the central partp e city Mackin represents the West Tjrinity the East End of the city and every one of these councils are tine of good in their respective ts They serve to make their rs better acquainted socially and icm together religiously whereby ome better Catholics and better sEdition the three councils in jFtgate are councils in Lexing Qwensboro Bellevue Newport New in Lebanon Bardstown Winches nd Frankfort while Kuottsville hast il for a charter and will soon organ t is council ie Young Mens Institute is practi the only organization of Catholics Is section of the country whose coun fwD their own homes Mackin Coun ts owned ita own home about six 1 sand has since made large improve ts Trinity Council is now prepar he erection of a handsome home nc er avenue The council at Lebanon I its own home and during the past 1 ig Unity Council of New Albany I purchased a lot and its members prepirfng to build a handsome hallII il reading rooms and gymnasium It only be a question of time until all councils own their own homes itolii is known as the pioneer council Louisville It was really not the Innl council of the order in this city ft hon belonged to Alpha which iral years ago was merged Into ijUli HarryColgan Will OConnor I McDonogh Will McNally JohnI tJohn Crotty William J OSulli lid Edward Pope are among those ave made SatolH Council a suc nd who have made its entertain a credit not only to the order fco of Catholic young men tin Council was successful almost he beginning although that sue as only Attained by the hard care ad untiring efforts of the members rat home was a rented building on i near Twentysixth street where it fined several years Picnics and ttinmenU were frequently given the money thus secured was care hoarded until the officers saw their clear to thepurchase of permanent rc Twe sixthi street near Slevlu Purchase of this property gave the til a boom and added injpetus to the i ofihebld members Now the old tillSb renovated ndJarge addl have bdkn built so that it has a houie second to none in the city ilf U to beyoltlunder the bummer Low it would bring more tbanjSaO N0t only have Mackiu boys carp aided tbeir own interet but and collectively they ban to lb Rev Pith Brady ReffiConniff and Leo Greu Lich in their respective undertakings Such men as James Shelley Charles Raidy Frank Murphy Frank Adams Louis Bdrntraeger William Kerberg George Lautz and Clarence Zook are Is of those who have built up Mackin and who have guided Its Interests so suc cessfullyTrinity Council has been for several years at its present quarters on Gray between Clay and Shelby Its members have worked hard to build up council while not neglecting Catholic work along other lines Not long since Trinity purchased a lot on Baxter avenue and plans have been prepared for the erection of an 18000 building A reading room and gymnasium will be the many attractive features provided for Past Presidents Dave OCon nell Ben Hund John j Sullivan Sr Piazza James B Kelly and the incumbent Eugene Cooney are a few who have aided in developing Trinity While the Kentucky jurisdiction is second to California the Indiana jurisdiction is not far behind There are excellent councils in Indianapolis New Albany and other cities and towns William Fogarty Suprfaie President of Indianapolis is making a splendid He record and shows that Indiana members- are imbued with the real Y M L spirit The grand officers of the Kentucky jurisdiction met at Newport last Sunday where they heard reports from the committee of Lafayette Council relative to arrangements that are being made the reception and entertainment of Grand Council The report for the did committee was made by Dr Joseph W and was eminently satisfactory the Grand officers Friends of Dr ill Riordan are urging his candidacy for President VINCENTIANS te ire pfied to Attend Both Morning and Afternoon Meet Ings Tomorrow the The members of the various conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Society vlll approach the holy sacrament of the a Eucharist at St Charles church Twenty seventh and Chestnut streets in a body the 7 oclock mass tomorrow morning his Che Rev Father C P Raffo will preach appropriate sermon and after mass the ladies of the congregation will serve breakfast to the Vincentians At 3 oclock In the afternoon at St FrarclSHiilr1fieie wilt be a genera L meeting of all the conferences The principal address will be delivered by the Rev Father Denis Murphy pastor vi f St Williams James T Campbell President of the Particular Council and Secretary John Doyle urge all Vicentians- to it attend the mass in the morning and to epresent at the meeting during the afternoon Special blessings are attached o what ought to be the performance of a pleasant duty T EXCELLENT WOMAN Palls Victim to Heart Disease After Years of Gener ous Charity Catholic society in Louisville lost an excellent representative when Mrs Louisa Minton the devoted wife of Rudolph Minton passed away on Friday night of last week Although Mrs Min ton5ad been a victim of heart trouble for some time past the endwas sudden and unexpected She was fiftysix years old and had lived in Louisville almost all of her life Since the founding of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament she bad been one of its most faithful workers Although she had attained an age where she might with dignity and rlt spect leave hard work for the younger generation she was one of the many ladies who labored hard at the orphans picnic on July 4 Possibly her hard work that day hastened her death If so she has won the martyrs crown Besides her husbaodshe Is survived by the fol lowing Children Mrs Joseph Stelten kamp of Cincinnati Mrs Jacob Hartz of Evansville Misses Florence and Cor nelia Minton of Louisville Thomas Minton of St Louis Roger Minton now of Providence R I Robert Minton connected with the Standard Oil Company of Louisville and Emmet Minton also of Louisville The funeral took place from berjresldence 1400 Washing ton street at 745 oclock Monday morn ing and from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament half an hour later The bur- t ial was In St Louis cemetery NEW FIELD The Rev Father Francis Xavier Unter reitmeler has been appointed pastor of the parishes of French Lick and West Baden Ind The appointment was wade by the Right Rev Bishop Chatard Father Unterreltaielcr was for several years assistant rector of St Marys church New albany but resigned two years ago to take post graduate courses at the Catholic University His new pastorate will give him a wide field of ac tion and bis friends predict great t inga for him MICHAEL KELLYS ILLNESS i11 Michael F Kelly one of Lexlnfetons proprietorIf city lies Qane to a privaie sanlteoutB foc- I trtttauat Hett imftwJ 1l an Qk of the brain tat Ida i N r hoped fr i i DEPLORED the Death of W C Smith Student Publicistand Catholic Close of Career of a Man Who Believed In Doing AlltThings Well Appropriate Resolutions by the Central Committee C r K of A OPPOSED TO HALFWAY MEASURES The Catholic community of Louisville sustained a distinct loss wheh W CtlSmith passed away at his home 1349 Rosewood avenue on Tuesday nightg was a thorough American a public spirited citizen an exact and exacting business man but above all a devout Catholic He had lived in Louisville half a century and in all those years retained the respect of his fellowcitizens Y There were many who disagreed with him but none who thought he was insinv cere He was forceful in everything he He had to beit was his nature C Smith never did anything that was not backed by all his strength and his mind Is his sludies and he was a studenthe preferred the greatness- of God and the charity of man rather than mere moneygetting Sometimes was misunderstood as all of us often but no man dare misinterpret his motives W C Smith was a man in all sr hangs and his memory will long be revered not only by the Catholics of Jo ouisville and Kentucky but wherever Catholic Knights of America wave their banner William Clarkson Smith was born in New Orleans sixtyseven years ago Asa youth he came to Louisville where he earned the milling business and later mbarked as a manufacturerof flour in own behalf For more than twenty years he was proprietor of the Broadway Flour Mills at Preston and Broadway Business reverses caused his retirement manufacturer eighteen ears 1al1dhN railroad as a clerk in the Auditors department When the Cath ilic Knights of America were founded C Smith was one of the first to spouse the cause of this grand benevolent organization He foresaw the good would do and was one of the original members of branch No4 Time and igain he served that branch as President and as often has he been honored by being elected delegate to national it inventions Through all its ups and towns through many rebukes be remained faithful to the cause Mr Smith went all the way all the timeI to him there could be no compromise with dishonor- In addition to his devotion to the C K of A he did not forget public affairs nor was he forgotten by the public At one time he was prominent in the Board of Trade He also served several years ago as a Councilman At another time he was nominated for City Assessor but was defeated He also held office In theI Knights of Pythias for several years The deceased is survived by his wife and two children W Cummings Smith and Mrs Joseph Wanless His funeral took place from St Brigids church at 9 oclock Thursday morning Father Con nolly officiating at the mass of requiem assisted by Father Rock and other priests The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights and several visitors met with Branch 6 at St Martins Hall on Tues day night President Michael Reichert welcomed the visitors in a happy speech but when Newton G Rogers President of the Cental Committee assumed the chair and announced the death of MrI Smith the committee adjourned in respect to his memory after passing the following resolutions Whereas It has pleased Almighty God in His inscrutable wisdom and providence to summon from our midst our friend and associate William C Smith one of the founders of our order and Whereas By his death the Catholic Knights of America the Central Com mittee and the branches of the order att large suffer the loss of an ever faithfulI member and valued officer and Whereas We the members of the Central Committee C K of A have lost a true and most esteemed friend andI brother one whose true Christian piety and genial noble qualities of mind and heart endeared him to each and all of KS and Whereas His family has lost a true and devoted husband and father the State a man invwhom were combined all cardinal virtue of patriotic citizenship and whose daily life was a continuous example of high principle therefore be it Resolved That we the members of the Central Committee for the Knights of Kentucky hereby express the high regard In which the deceased was held and our sorrow for the death of a tree and loyal brother of the order a friend and associate so noble and faith fulinal1the relation of life Belt further i KMolvedTbat we extend to tile fans fly of the deceased our heartfelt symt pithy In thisd how of bwMveiutntt r awi beHurtl RMotad fit the above reolMioa m i Ihe spread on the minute book of ihs Central Committee and published In the Kentucky Irish American injltcopy be sent to the family of the deceased The committee who drewap the resolutions was made up of tersIacob Gobey jdm Kelly WilUa Norton William M Higgins and John Rudd Od adjourning Mr Kelly invited the Central Committee to meet with Branch 32 at St Cecilias church on the third Thursday in August By unanimous voteithe invitation was accepted The metnberS of committee went in a body to riew the remains of their former colleague W C Smith jsjr PEWEE VALLEY i kWill Be the Scene of a Gala Gathering at FlcnlcjJTor St Aloysius Church The Ladies Aid Society have arranged to give an ice cream supper and summer outing at Pewee Valleyjfor the benefit of St Aloysius church there on afternoon and evening of JTednes day August 16 The picnic will be on the lawn surrounding the church While a general invitatIon has been accorded Louisville people to attend this supper the Rev Father Boes has extended a special invitatioiTfo the Bachelors Club of Mackin C uncil M I Charles Raidy Past iSxalted Bachelor has hastened to accept the in on behalf of the club ai will lead his force to Pewee on this momentous occasion To a representative of the Kentucky Irish American Mr JRaidy i said I would like to say we willi lgo with flying banner but unfortunately we have no banner to fly Now If the young ladies of St Aloysius parish at Pewee Valley will furnish the necessary banner you may give this picnic another notice At any rate we will go banner no banner If the girls at Pewee Valley will do their part as amatrie swet ours Father Does will reap monial harvest A Coming from Mr Raidy a tal icIhis should encourage the members of the Ladies Aid Society and willj no loubt encourage Father Does tCars will leave Fourth and Green streets very half hour to carry excursionists to he picnicgrounds OCAL iOSSjt asi the D ie1 L a N R R Union Station Thedestruction of the L N Union station at Tenth and Broadway by fire ast Monday night was not only a loss to the railroad company but a loss to tVe city The building alone cost over 200 100 and the value of the records which held can not be estimated The Louis rifle Nashville Railroad Company has been a prime factor in the upbuilding of Louisville and of the whole State of Kentucky Yet it might have been worse There were no lives lost and no delay In trains or traffic Certainly the station will be rebuilt at once and it is believed that the farsighted officials of the L N will see their way clear to extend the building along Broadway from Tenth to Eleventh This will give it an imposing front and will add to the beauty of the structure and to the metropolitan aspect of the city Chief Tyson and his firemen did good work in confining the fire within such narrow bounds LAWN FESTIVAL The good people of St Georges parish are arranging to give a lawn festival on the church grounds Eighteenth and Magnolia and Standard avenues on the evenings of Tuesday and Wednesday of next week The proceeds will be de voted to tbe church building fund Under the able leadership of the pastor the Rev Father George Weiss the con gregation has only recently succeeded in paying off the debt Incurred In erecting the church and school buildings The rapidly growing pariah however needs a more commodious place ofr worship and the lawn festival nextt week it is hoped will realize a neat sum as a nucleus for future use All who attend are promised a good time UNITYS DELEOATES The principal feature of Unity Councils well attended meeting last Monday night was the election of delegates to the Grand Council Indiana jurisdiction V M I which will be held at Seymour on August 22 The contest was spirited but friendly and after all was over there were no sore places The delegates chosen were Charles F Pfefier tired C Relax and C J McBarron alternatesI Charles E Cheap Joseph Trndean and John Parson The council showed decided increase both In membership and finance during the past uarterrand it Is to be hoped that theGraod Council will fittingly commend the admirable administration of President Hinkefeein caAMONG TIME CLERGY The Rev rather IK HoJrlrt1ot- d Lebanon was in Louisville Monday The Rv IHither P kalUherr femetly assistant pastor at St beclllas has been teaasferred ta H rrodsbu gr We was a wgkwelcomeSeveral cuMgM are eapeeted at k I Bonn 05s church In the flair future the genera diaper which was- ilSgelomitt miljae IMp or n FINAL AWARDS Names of Those Who Received Prizes For Orphans Picnic Tickets Changes Made In Standing of Several Parishes by Re vised Figures Letter From Reverend Treasurer Is Plain Enough For All MISTAKES CHEERFULLY CORRECTED As an aftermath of the orphans picnic of July 4 it becomes necessary to give the complete revised and official reports The following prizes were awarded Piano Miss Anastasia Walsh Suite parlor furniture Mrs George WolfHandpainted china set Very Rev Father J P Cronin V G Gold head cane Rev Father William GausepohlLeather and oak davenport Miss Lot tieMcDonaldMessages documents of the Pres idents Miss Katie Campbell Twentydollar gold piece James T CampbellIrish case with knife fork and spoon Mrs Chris OConnor Mantel clock and ornamental lamp Rev Father P MI Rock Family Bible Rev Dr George Schuh mannRookwood vase and table1 cloth Owen Sullivan Picture Father Bouchet Mrs Mary Mv DornHand painted vase Henry D Wulf Gold mounted briar pipe John Christ A The official report of the Reverend Treasurer givesthe following figures rel ative to the receipt of moneys accruing from the orphans picnic Cathedral 382075 St Patricks 216869 St Charles 88509 a Sacred Heart SllJBQ itO lsnertra lli T 61785 t St Mary Magdalens 32870 St Johns 26915 St Williams 25280 11 St Ceciltas 22345 Holy Name 18710 St Aloysius 13460 St Philip Neri 12000 St Brigids 11730 St Pauls 10000 Holy Cross 9975 Blessed Sacrament 8850 St Georges 7600 St Frances of Rome 6400 St Agnes 5795 St Michaels 4975 The table as given above moves St Charles parish from fourth to third place in the list and changes St Philip Neris from 37 to 120 Several other changes are shown by this list These corrections are cheerfully made because the Kentucky Irish American wants the credit to fall where it is due The sole object of the editor of this paper was to help the orphans If mistakes occurred they are to be deplored and like every newspaper man who has regard for the ethics of his profession he cheerfully gives place to the necessary corrections There was never at any time a desire to credit one congregation above another nor to belittle any pastor or parish yet it seems that our motives have been mis understood In conclusion we publish the following letter from the Reverend Treasurer of the orphans picnic It is one of those things so plain that all who run may read- Bianors HOTSB 549 FIPTH STRUB Lotnsvitwt Kv July I91905To the Editor of the Kentucky Irish American Dear Sir I have been requested by many fellowclergymen zealous workers in the July 4 orphans picnic and readers of your paper to correct some misstate meets made In your issue of July 15 in regard to said picnic and ask you kindly to give said corrections equal prominence is your paper with the errors of which they complain- As Treasurer of the orphans picnic I received all moneys collected from every source and it WM my duty as it has been my pleasure to credit every cent to each congregation so collecting and forward ing to me according to the source from which and the object for which it was collectedAs of the orphans picnic consequently having a clear and entire knowledge of what I say about the finan cial status of it Sam bound to sa- y1FirstIt is not true that every or any parish contributed help the Cathedral make the greatest show The Cathe dral parish alone and unaidedreceiving and accepting no help fronv other con gregations realized the 882675 credited it by the undersigned treasurer Second It is not true that donations of money were haud dover to the Cathe dral by the pastors of the respective parishes and In that way the Cathedral list was swelled No pastor handed over money donations collected by hint or ItU peojrte to the Cathedral and not one cent of such mousy donations frojj tbe othrrr couregatioar went to the Cathedral lint Bach pastor wh ltct d moa y donations Inhis COD tins bandedarid r of the picnicnot to the Cathedral and each parish was duly credited with such donations collected and handed in by tbe respective pastors Third It is not true that any piano brought 17000 neither is it true that any piano brought more than half the net proceeds There was no such arti deno piano ottered to make money on it as such True a piano was offered as an inducement to purchasers of admission tickets The sale of admlsJJ sion tickets however brought all told 341675 Yours respectfullyP ROCK Treasurer of Orphans Picnic NICE AFFAIRII Will Be First Annual Picnic of Brotherhood Locomot ive Firemen The Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire men of Louisville Jeffereonville and New Albany and their ladies societies will give their first annual picnic at Glen wood Park New Albany next Wednes day Comparatively few Louisville peo pIe are acquainted with the beauties of this delightful park Those who attend the picnic will not only help a good cause but will find an exceedingty pleas ant place to spend the day The Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen is one of the leading unious ol the country and is at the same time one of the most benev olent labor organizations in the country and it deserves the support of all good people GOOD SPENDERS Were Those Who Attended Division 2s Picnic Mon day Night i It was not an unusually large but it as an unusually jolly crowd that met it Phoenix Hill Park last Monday night to attend the picnic given by Division 2 O H This picnic was to have been given on June 19 but was of necessity postponed until last Monday night Every one of the local divisions was rep resented at the picnic but the representation was not large enough Seldom If ever are postponed picnics s successful as the original would have tenend that ofN 2 was no exception o the rule Yet those who were there spent their money freely and what the rowd lacked In numbers it made up in merriment A meeting will be held Friday night when it is believed complete f reports will be made and that the finances will show on the right side of the ledger PASSED AWAY John B Motschmann an Exemplary Catholic Goes to His Reward John B Motschmann one of the oldest and most highly esteemed members- of St Louis Bertrands parish died at his home 738 Zane street last Sunday sight He was seventythree years of age and had spent the greater part of his life in this parish He was one of the original members of the Holy Name Society and had a great reverence tor holy things Mr Motschmann was one of hat class now rapidly passing who never passed a Catholic without raising hiS hat This was alaone of his many marked Catholic Ills funeral took place front St ertrauds church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning and was attended by many of- bis old friends and fellowparishioners- The deceased is survived by his wife and the following children George Robert and William Motschmann Mrs John Hennessy and Mrs Roy McDongal The family have the profound sympathy of their many friends in the loss of such a kind and affectionate father MACKIN COUNCIL It was a hot but happy crowd that sweltered through the meeting of Mackin Council YM L Tuesday night If the present hot spell continues the meet Ing will probably be held upstairs where the heat is not so excessive and the ven tilation is better George Lautz called attention to the fact that the council would celebrate its anniversary on Sep tember 10 and he was made Chairman of c committee whose duty it will be to see that the event is appropriately cele brated He promised to carry out his part of the programme and will arrange an entertainment in which there will be short talks by prominent YM Isplenty of musical numbers and refreshments The council concurred in the report of the joint committee who are arranging a picnic at Fontaine Ferry Park on August 10 During the evening Miss Pfeffer of New Albany was given the privilege of the floor She made an admirable talk for the Y M I magazine DAWSON CHOSEN Charles F Dawson has been electedI byr St Catherines Council at New oven to represent that body at the rand CoaucillY KL to Wield at hclew1 pier land Joseph A sBoww rei edisi1uJ HOLY LAND Y Visited and Described bya Priest Dear to All Our People Kev Father Hlllebrand Follows- In the Footsteps of Ourtt Lord I Interesting Story of His Trip From America to Europe and Egypt PROMISES RICE LETTER FROM ROME The following letter from the Rev Father J H Hi11 brand pastor of the Church of St Marys of the Knobs Floyd county Ind should have a pe culiar Interest for the readers of the Kentucky Irish American Although pastor of an Indiana church Father Hillebrand has many friends In Louisville and considers all readers of this paper as part of his flock When we consider that he took the time and labor to write a letter for the benefit of our looIto suppose that during his vast to the Holy Land he remembered the Ken tucky Irish American and its readers in the masses he celebrated on spots made glorious by the life and death of our Saviour Jesus Christ ROMK ITAIV June 29 905I believe you and your readers will be Interested in a brief account of my pilgrimage to 7 Europe Egypt and the Holy Land On- board the Kronprinz Wilhelm I left Hoboken N J May 2at 5 oclock In CherbourgFrance across the great ocean in six days Before leaving home some of my friends van tured to predict that I would surely get seasick It affords me great pleasure to state that my good friends were all mis taken I have never been in better health In all my life than I was on the ocean voyage and I did not miss a single meal on board of ship There were aboo 5Q passengers aboard Afterp JgifLions at Cherbourg I left by train for Paris There is no need of my giving metropolisif spaceIOn May 11 I left Paris for Lourdes and after a very tiresome journey of wenty hours by rail arrived at my destination Lourdes is certainly a beautiful own of several thousand Inhabitants As every Catholic knows there is a toted and sacred shrine at this place and nany thousands of pious pilgrims from ill parts of the world journey hither AlmightySodto thank Him for past blessings and graces I was at Lourdes two days Prom there I went to Naples for a brief stay and left the latter city May 18 on- board the steamer Schlessing and arrives at Alexandria Egypt May 22 Alexanl Iria Is a city of about 600000 iuhabltan 10000 of whom are Europeans It cj sins several fine churches hospitals J academies The hotels here are m few exceptions conducted by Europ Quite a large number of Arab chi attend English German and Fi high schools and academies On 24 I took train for Cairo and af three hours run arrived at the Egy netropolis It is said that Cairo 11 nilllon inhabitants The stretch of between Alexandria and Cairo is ertile yielding four crops a year co uently the land is very costly selti often at 500 to 800 per acre Notwitfi standing the fertility of the soil there ire thousands of poor people and hundreds of beggars because the poor Lana hands receive only a few piasters about twentyfive cents a day In Egypt the women as a rule do the work that we Americans expect men to perform I have seen women working on farms and in the cities carrying mortarJlin pans two and three stories high to men at work on buildings The Mohammedan woman knows no better andjljudging from appearances she seems perfectly satisfied with her dire lot Ignorance Is bliss some one has said well for those poor degraded creatures It certainly Is On May 29 I sailed from Port Said to Jaffa Palestine reaching the latter place the next morning about 10 oclock It is well known that the harbor at Jaffa is a rocky and extremely dangerous one 5 Large ships can not land but have to transfer passengers and freight to small boats When I reached Jaffa the sea was running high and It seemed rather dangerous to attempt to land However Jhad no time to low as I was anxious to see the land of promise to put my foot on the soil that has been hallowed by the footprints of our Divine Saviour Having safely landed Hook J lodgingsin the large hospice called Casa Nova and conducted by the Franciscan Fathers and Brothers Ja aisai very old and picturesque ntaRdIti and that after the water of Jhe cif1uge had aubaid ad one s built the town It as prophet Jona- attewptiug I p I r J4C NTUCKY IRISH AJdERICAN L KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflH INNIIIMNINNNIINNMI sToted to the Moral end Sbolal Advancement of all Irish AmerloaftB KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 30 Entered at the Louisville Postofflcc ad SecondClass Matter AUieii HConojflalc llonitotue KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Strict LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY JULY 22 19051 LOUISVILLE EXPANDING Louisville is fgfip wealth business enterprise and Iin population When the late Mayor Tyler was in office he favored embracing all of Jefferson county 1 tr the city boundaries of Louisville and this will probably have to be done before many years roll around New business blocks and skyscrap- ing office buildings are now being planned every month in the central part of the city and manufacturing enterprises are going up everywhere within the city limits but more particularly in the southen part The city is more favorably located for manufacturing enter prises than any other city in the West or South with the possibl exception of Chicago If Louis- villeh could secure a sixfoot stage of water from Pittsburg to Evansvill I or Cairo she would gain in manufacturing much more rapidly Cer tain business interests at Pittsburj to build a canal are now planning from the Lake Superior region ttr I Pittsburg so that iron ore may be brought from the lakes to Pittsburj without breaking bulk The build lug of the canal and the deepening of the Ohio from Pittsburg to Louisville would greatly benefit com merce all along the Ohio It wool furnish Louisville with cheaper fuel and lower transportation rates and these two things go to make up tbe VuiJ1 Hig of a manufacturing center A The members of Congress from and from Southern In push these enterprise SEWER Council PLANS which wit FFKentucky in November will have duty to perform iin of building sewers It Mayor Grainger platI city s stock in the GasI and to use the money for has fallen through The General Council will have toI make other arrangements probably The city needife y a direct tax wers worse than anything else I to delay their building much ger would be bad policy In it cities outside of Kentucky ers are built by taxing th erty abutting along the d- ltto be drained In this city ers are built out of the general d and the result is that thoa 10 have sewers abutting on their b roperty hesitate about voting for bonds or other schemes of taxatiot I to build sewers for their neighbors This often works hardship The fair way would be to have the Legislature amend the charter sc x that sewers might be built by t- axIing abutting property in the dis trict to be drained by the same as is done in cases where original t street improvements are oidered In this way the General Councill c would have authority to order a comprehensive plan of sewer build lug without so much delay and the f work could be done without increasing the tax rate Some plan must be worked out in the early future if the city wishes to keepI pace with other enterprising municipalities i ARMY CANTEEN AGAIN OJ The abolition of the canteen in time army which was brought about through infiuencesoutside the army is gin being discussed with a view t hayiug the canteen restored by to iCongress Legreatma V ity Si ff Yffi erareJavoxitblej ateeni and vigor ition when u iscuisibn an j article in the current Outlook iin which he treats of the subject from the standpoint of one in the ranks He says the men regarded the canteen as a social club rather than ia saloon and the picture he draws tof the canteen as it existed under tbe former regulations of the army cannot be objectionable except to those who are opposed to drink in any and every form He says the men spend theirevenings quietly about the tables discussing various happenings of the day rather than iin drinking and carousing as man supposedCorporal Piitchett contends that much of the desertion and drunkenness now prevailing in the army iin the United States and in the Philippines may be traced to the abolition of the canteen The men havinj no place to spend their time go out side the post where they engage iin diversions which are harmful to them and the result is the guardhouse and afterward desertion- In view of the information pre sented by the officers of the army and the privates in regard to tbe canteen it seems strange that stet are not taken to restore the comforts of the canteen to the army Prof Robert Ellis Thompson who is not a Catholic in a signetI article in the Irish World severel condemns the French Governmen for withdrawing support from ever kind of religious organization inI France through the abolition of the Concordat He points out that Na poleonwho was a great statesman was acting from pure consideration of policy and not as a Christian when he entered into the agreemen with the Pope in 1801 Napoleon who was the most farseeing of f French rulers was guided by his knowledge of the people he had to deal with and knew their loyalty to religion when he entered into thi agreement with Rome The pres ent French Government has erased the name of God from every text book and the purpose of abolishing the Concordat is not to have a sepa ration of church and State similar to the United States but to abolist all semblance of religion Prof Thompson argues eloquently thatl the abolition of the Concordat wiUI be harmful to France and to the re public IThe Popes encyclical to the Italian Bishops has been translated and printed in this country It isI a long document dealing with questions purely local to Italy The Pope suspends the edict issued by Popes Pius IX and Leo XIII for bidding Catholics from participat ing in elections in Italy and mere specially the oldtime States of the church The Pope permits and encourages the Catholic laitv to take part in elections but forbids par ticipation of priests in electoral contests The effect of the encyclical of Pope Pius X will be to see cure a larger representation in the Italian Parliament of Catholics The effect of the action too will bei to create time impression all ov the world that the present Pope and the Italian Government are on1 ouch better terms than they have been for thirty years past- iilMmJ Balfe of New York in reply to the statement made by a correspondent of an Eastern pa per that Irelands chosen repre sentatives voted for the act of union between England and Tre tadttipoints oqt that at thee tuned khe act was passed fburfifVir the people1 1 including prMlcea a Iliuuative Irisswilll r co0 ib icsjT1 v a Parliamentary representative i The Parliament only represented 1 the Protestant settlers or colonists and was composed exclusively of them It is well to tell the who truth while relating history and Mr Balfe has done so in this instance When we consider that Pope Gregory XVI died June i 1846 nearly sixty years ago it would seem impossible that a Bishop ape pointed by him could be still alive and at work Most Rev Daniel F Murphy Archbishop of Hobart Australia is the last of the prelates of Gregorys creation and is ninety five years of age The last beard from him by his Louisville relatives the venerable prelate was in good health and writes a clear legible nand The Archbishop was born in Cork while the battle of Water loo was being fought He has lived at Hobart since 1851 Sergeant William F Riley tof the Philippine scouts has received the first of the newly designed medals recently ordered struck by Congress for great personal bravery Riley is only nineteen years of age but on April 10 in the Philippines his command was ambushed and he showed great personal bravery iin assisting his companion scouts The medal was given to Riley at Fort Thomas in presence of the troops The young man is a native of Somerville Mass and of Irish parentage I Ireland will lose twentytwo representatives in Parliament undo the Governments proposals for the redistribution of members according to population Under the proposed plan there will be one men ber for every 65000 of the population and all constituencies no having less than that number will1 be abolished England will gait seventeen seats Scotland four seats and Wales one Ireland of course will get the worst of it but it may turn out for the better after all The Catholic Union and Times of Buffalo speaking editorially says On its eighth anniversary the Kentucky Irish American of Lou isville issued a most creditable souvenir number Historically iit- f is valuable typographically full up to the standard of our best Catholic weeklies We congratu late our sprightly and vigorous contemporary This is one of j1 number of congratulations recently received and encourages the editor to make still greater efforts The new President of Notre Dam University the Rev Father Cavan augh who succeeds President Andrew Morrissey D D is but thirtyone years of age and has beet connected with the college since be was sixteen years of age Fathe Cavanaugh was born in Leetonia Ohio Fpr several years the Cavanaugh has been one of the assistant editors of the Ave Maria the magazine published at Notre Dame Father Morrissey will go abroad in the hope of regaining hi health Now is the time when parents are considering where they will sent their children to schoolttnext September Presidents colleges and1 academies will find the Kentucky Irish American a good medium in which to advertise their terms and1 conditions Quite a number of the pupils in the parochial schools in Louisville will want to go to college this fall and their parents will soon want to make their arrangements Mayor Dunne of Chicago is still1 working on the project of munici pal ownership of the street railway lines and has appointed Coleman T DuPont of Detroit formerly Louisville an expert to make an examination of one of the street car lines with a viewof purchasing it The owners of the line have seta price and are willing to assistt the Mayor in trying the experimentt off municipal ownership In electing Robert W BrownI and Exalted Ruler of the Elks he Unitedi States the order made Client selectioni Mrs Brown j t the order dur ing the past few years and deserve the honor In Louisville whet he is so well and favorably known bis selection was received with particular favor by all classes Some one started an America bar over in London but it turned out to be a failure The Englisl barmaids could not learn to mix drinks except high balls and the bars that tried to produce cocktails and other American drinks made a dismal failure and had to give it up After all the Kentucky plan 5 is about at good as anydrink your licker straight Spring Hill College of Mobile Ala has just celebrated the seven tyfifth anniversary of its organization It is one of the oldest colleges in the South and for over fifty years has been managed by the Jesuits SOGIEtY J Philip Hollenbach has returned from ia pleasant visit to West Baden Springs Miss Cora Wallace spent the week Iin Indianapolis visiting friends and rela tives Miss Gussie Hollenkatnp has returned home after a few days visit to Mists Lillia Score Miss Kate Hickey is enjoying a months visit to White Mills and Hard Springs Irvin Rummage the photographer returned last Monday from a trip through the East Miss Alice Bloomer of Seymour Ind is the guest of Mrs Joseph Ratcliffe on Avery avenue W G McFadden of PAducah is the guest of J L Cusick the well know photographer George J Christ of the Christ Drew ing Company is enjoying a few days rest 7at West Baden Miss Florence Daily will go to Lexln 1ton tomorrow to visit her cousin Miss Mamie Kreiger Mra William Kaiser leaves tomorrow to spend several weeks with her husbam at Ellzabethtown Miss Veronica Holzer of Madison spent Sunday in this city with Miss Kathryn McHugh Henry Hunold the grocer and chi dren are spending the heated term tat Sweet Sulphur Springs Mr D H Russell left Thursday Springfield Ohio to spend two weeks with friends and relatives tMessrs John Cliues and Will Cut ningham have returned from an enjoy able vacation spent at Chicago Mrs J T Fitzgerald and Mrs Molll H Burke have gone to White Mills and Hardin Springs to spend a mooth Miss Ella Byrne of Lafayette town ship Ind is the guest of her brothers Frank and James Byrne in this city Miss Stella Carter will leave Monday for Bowling Green to spend a month with her sister Mrs George Meaney Misses Elizabeth and Adelaide Bolgei bave returned from Grayson Springs where they spent a delightful vacation Miss Helen Brennan has returned home after a months visit to Dr and Mrs W B Hendricks of Indianapolis rMrs E J McDermott and family and Mrs Spalding Coleman and family have gone Wequetonsing to spend the sum nerMrs Gus J Bretz and niece Mis Mabel Score are the guests of their- S cousin Miss Maggie 01Donnell at Sontl Park Ii iMr and Mrs Frank McDonogh hav returned from their bridal tour and art at home to their friends at 1106 Sixth street Mrs Bernard Wathen and baby have gone to Battle Creek Mich where they 1will spend the summer with Mrs J B TVatbeu Miss Katie May Murphy of Pewee Valley will leave tomorrow to visit friends and relatives in Indianapolis and Chicago Mrs Michael Kerns and Miss Mamie Logan of South Louisville are taking a trip through the mountains of Eastern Kentucky Mrs H A Veeneman and daughter MissGertrude are home after spending three weeks with relatives at Cincinnati and Ludlow fMI88 Rose McNeil of San Antonio Tex returned home Tuesday after aI brief visit to Miss Anna May Score 1413 Seventh street Miss Henrietta Kaiser will leave to morrow for Terre Haute where she will spend several weeks as the guest of Mrs George Russell t Miss Anna May Score of 1413 Seveuth reet entertained Monday evening in I nor of Miss Rose MCJfeilljQf San ntoalo Texas u Mriypeorge young of Cincinnatiand rd John 1fsel of Ludlow are here weeksas ibe gualoof Mrs ajgo r PROMISING BOYS Mr aud Mrs Thomas Sheehan of 2046 Preston street have good reason to be proud of their three handsome sons William A Mark and Hilary Sheehan aged respectively twelve ten and six years They are all boys American boys Irish American boys Their father now in the service of the United States Government as a gauger is a native of Ireland but came to American when quite a youth and spent part of his best days as a soldier in the Federal army As dearly as he loves them he would gladly spare them all should the dread occasion call them to pre serve the rights of the American Union Willie the oldest boy was recently con firmed at St Philip Neris church and shortly before received letter from Presi dent Roosevelt in return for his letter of congratulation William H Price Secretary of the police department is taking his annual vacation at Mammoth Cave and is expected to return next week Miss Lorretto Breunan of Indianapolis has been the guest of Mr and Mrs John M Brennan 1212 Eight street during the past week Mrs William Barrett Miss Mamie Barrett and Miss Lillian Barrett are spending the present week in Indianapolis the guests of Thomas Barrett Miss Abbie Hennessy the popular operator at the Old Inn has been confined to her home for a few days past Her many admirers hope that her indisposition is of a trifling nature Pat Filburn the wellknown laundry man is wearing the smile that wont come off A new boy has arrived at his home 2507 Magazine street Mother and child is progressing favorably Miss Anna Mayer of Yazoo City Miss is visiting Sister Huberta at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Befor returning home Miss Mayer will be the guest of Miss Nora Wales of 2508 First street Miss Hannah Muldoon is in Nort Carolina the guest of Blisses Mattie and Lucy Norton at their summer horn WoodNorton Her sister Miss Anil Muldoon will join her the latter part of this month Mrs H Clappiu aud daughter Miss Mioma of 1122 Zane street will leave today for a period of recuperation at White Mills Ind On their return Mrs Clappin will chaperone a hayride for ia party of young friends The many friends of Carl Falk the bright young son of Mr and Mrs Charles Falk will be glad to learn that his con dition is much better and that his speed recovery is now looked for For the past three weeks he has been ill with typhoid fever Mrs Stephen Dunigan and daughter Marian went to Hammond Ind Tuesday where they will be the guests of Mrs Phil McLaughlin After a shor visit there they will go to Chicago to be the guests of Mrs Henry Downey They will be away three weeks or a month t Mrs Edward Cowan and daughters Imelda and Catherine have returned to heirhome Jn Dayton Ohio after a de- lIghtful visit to Mrs Cowans mother Mrs Nancy ONeill on West Breckin ridge street Miss Maggie ONeill ac companied her sister and neices to Dayton for a brief visit Mr and Mrs William Cooper who have been visiting Mrs Coopers parents and otherrelatives in this city left Sunday for tneir home in Kansas City They were accompanied by Miss LHlhn God frey Mrs Cooper sister whom it is expected will be greatly benefited bya two months stay in the West John L Costello wife and son who have been visiting his father Michael Costello at625 Laurel street during the past two weeks will leave for their home in Chicago this morning Mr Costellbis a former Louisville boy Who For several years past has been holding a responsible position with the Priedman Chicagohisyeas and his many old friends were pleased to meet him Mr and Mrs John F Oetken enter aided a party of friends Tuesday even Jng at their residence Sixth and Kentucky streets the occasion being Mr tokens4 birthday Those present were Mr end Mrs John OConnell Mr and Mrs Edward Reed Mr and Mrs Joseph Greece Misses Louise Kist Anna KnaPJ1Moora Garrett and Violet ieaman Messrs S erley Qetken Ford J011u X KlnlMsrger Albert D Gregg lobcrt Sputhardj vy lUr KUrer Frank i P BurkQi and Jobs j Sarryi Mr Oetken received many handsome birthday tokens among them a fancy pipe from Germany Vocal seluc tions were rendered by Mrs OConnel and Mrs Oetken and a singing and dancing specialty by Messrs Ford and Kinberger Quite an enjoyable evening was spent by those present and Mr and Mrs Oetken were complimented for their ability as royal entertainers RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Henry Brumleve took place from the residence of his nephew Anton Schweitere 1921 Shelby street on Monday morning A solemn mass of requiem was sung at St Vincent cde Pauls church and the remains were interred in St Michaels cemetery The deceased was eightythree years old and was an esteemed citizen of Louisville Mrs George Kiefer of Twentysixtl and Jefferson streets died at her home on Thursday night after a long and painful illness The funeral will take place from St Charles church this morning The bereaved husband is receiving many expressions of condolence GREAT TEAM Harry Moran has taken a position iin the mens furnishings department at John C Lewis Company and ThomasI F Filburn has become floorwalker iinI the same establishment Moran andI Filburn constitute a good team andI should prove quite an addition to the force of this dry goods house TAKE A TRIP National Director George J Butler iisI in Atlantic City attending the meeting of the A O H With him went such well known local Hibernians as John M Mulloy Peter M OReilly and TotI Riley REVEREND VISITOR Rev Father Petiers of Frederick town Ky passed through Louisvill Tuesday Before reaching Louisville he was the guest of the Rev Father Does at Pewee Vallev TAKES REST Cardinal James Gibbons is enjoying his annual vacation at Southampton Long Island where he will remain for the next three weeks Buffalo Council kept open house last week as a courtesy to visiting Elks Many of the visitors were Knights of Columbus On Wednesday night an ex emplificatlon of the first degree was given An enjoyable smoker followed tME7UIO RI 7 TUT O bow his faithful hand we miss From all the gentle ministries Of home and love On July 23 one year ago there passed from amoung us quietly piously a loyal royal Irishman the kindest of husbands and fathers the truest of friends our brother in everything good James Ross So quickly the summons came that friends stood aghast to see on hts door the pathetic words Dead James Ross The hearts of neighbors went out in full sympathy to the lonely ones of his household in their hour of sore row Full of noble deeds his life though short in years was not wasted Piety ind its sweet reflection charity shone i his daily life and was his recompense i d the hour that comes to every mortal A brother Hibernian one of the true old a son full of devotion to an aged ndJtherr a brother husband father in very respect an admirable and lovable ibffracter he is missed in the lodge at het reunion in the home where dwell his lloved wife and little ones In the ujet evening hour the thoughts of his liou hold turn to him whom they have 1000t nd in faith and hope wait for that ouiiof reunion when hand in hand they will walk the gardens of Paradise toget er and gather the dowers thqt row by iU weet flowing witets WIFJ nC J1II JOCKEY CLUB PA July 23 to August 5 Inclusive WEBI3IAND Every Night AtteraoonfSnnday Saturd POPULAR CONCERTS 50 Artists Blanche B Mehaffey Sopran FONTAINE FERRY PAR BEST EQUIPPED SUMMER RESORT THE COUNTRY Open Every Afternoon and Nig ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children accompanied by parents 1 UPTODATE ATTRACTION Including Chilcoot Pass Loop the LOOJ Scenic Railway Miniature Railway an the Hopkins Pavillion Thea- treRIVERVIEW PARK Louisvilles Most Popular Summer Resort NOW OPEN FOR SEASON Music and dancing every afternoon and evening except Sundays Plenty of amusements for children Women and children can always visit Rivrrview Park unaccompanied and are assured polite and courteous treatme- ntSPECIAL CONCERTS Every Sunday afternoon and evening Meals and refreshments can be procured at reasonable prices at all hours II PHOENIX ILL PARV Open for the Season NOW IS TIlE TIME TO SECURE DATE Picnics Socials 1 Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the manager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts 1 THIRD STREET CARD J F H BRUENS Prop Restaurant and Ci Third and Avery Avenues g Home Phone 1633 Cumb Phon IIAMMh GflRDEN Coolest Place in the Cool Refreshment FIRST CLASS ORCHES Concerts Dally Take Jacob Park car via Seventh IC B THOMP- EL ORISROSEBUDS A SPECI FLORAL DESiGN 682 Fourth Avenue 1r Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attenti j satisfaction guaranteed I styboys Wall Plaster it might be well fo put the grade we manufactut quality test then get our prices d supply Kentucky Wall Plaster Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisvill Also operating the I Misier Jifa ter Jeffersonville Indr Telepboi KATIE AGEi SM Formerly of Gran W Smiths S LADY EMBALln Washing and dressing JacHt u dren a specialty Elegant ro to order at reasonablel prices J answered promptly day orn plroue1077 ffict6 Ti 1 r 1 4 te KENrUCKY IRISH 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DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 1635 528 Fifth Street ST MARTINS PICNIC St Martins congregation at Shelby and Gray streets turned out in large num bers to attend the picnic at Riverview Park last Monday It was a genuine oldfashioned gathering of German American Catholics Of course all en joyed themselves The Right Rev Monsignor Zabler the pastor and his assistants the Rev Fathers Thome Berresheim and Asman were all present daynRiverview is an ideal picnic park and Col Simons is doing his utmost to make it popular The picnic last Monday shows that his efforts are being appre dated GREAT DAY The Germantown Socials an organiza tion of German Americans of the southeastern section cf the city will hold their fifth annual celebration at Phoenix HiIlFarkon Sunday July 30 There will be special attractions in the afternoon i Try us for job work Jr r 1 GIVE US YOUR ORDER I1 1 OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET MOVING ALONG JoInt Committee Makes Further Arrangements For Y M I Picnic The Y M I joint committee met Wednesday evening and considered fur ther arrangements for the picnic to be given under the joint auspices of Trinity Satolli and Mackin Councils at Fontaine Ferry Park on August 10 The commit tee has organized by electing the following officers Charles Raidy Chairman Harry Colgan Secretary Dave OCon nell Treasurer D Oliver Patton Chair man of the Committee on Music and Dancing Mr Patton also had a meet ing of his committee on the same night and an elaborate musical programme was outlined Messrs Raidy OConnell Colgan and Patton will visit Unity Council New Albany next Monday night and will in vite the members to participate in the joint picnic It is safe to say that the outpouring of Y M Isand their friends on August 10 will be the largest ever held around the Falls cities GREAT SYMPATHY Goes Out to Ben F Hund and His Young Son Joseph One of the saddest events of the week was the death of Mrs Sarah Hund which occurred at her home 712 East Chestnut street on Wednesday morning The deceased was the beloved wife of BenF Hund yardmaster for the L Si N railroad at East Louisville She had been suffering from heart trouble for several months and while her condition was serious her death came as a distinct shock to the whole community Mrs Hund was born thirtynine years ago and was the daughter of the late John Fogarty well and favorably remembered in Louisville Catholic circles Besides her husband she is survived by one son Joseph Hund fifteen years of age who is confined to his bed by an attack of typhoid fever The funeral of Mrs Hund took place from St Johns church at 8 oclock yesterday morning Mr Hund has received many messages of con dolencesince his bereavement JOCKEY CLUB PARK The annual visit of John C Weber and his great band to Louisville is always looked forward to with pleasure Weber and his prize organization comes for two weeks beginning Sunday afternoon The band has met with wonderful success this summer at the Coliseum Garden at Chicago where it played for seven weeks to large audiences With the Weber band is a magnificent soprano soloist Blanche B Mehaffey who created a fu rore wherever she has been heard The critics say that she is not surpassed in this country and they all predict a bril liant career for the beautiful young woman Miss Mehaffey Vrill be heard at every concert Wednesday and Saturday will be ragtime nights On Thursday night a notable military programme will be played and Friday will be German night Mr Weber will give a special ladies and childrens matinee on Satur day afternoon His band this year is much larger than on any previous visit UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT Albert Walker twelve years oldand a son of James Walker of 1114 Prospect street was drowned last Monday after noon while swimming in the Breslin pond on the workhouse road The re mains were recovered shortly after the drowning and were taken to Barretts chapel 838 East Main street to be pre pared for burial From thence they were removed to the family residence The funeral took place from St Johns church at 9 oclock Wednesday morning The death of little Albert Walker was one of those unfortunate affairs that dis tresses the entire community He was a bright and an ambitious boy and his untimely takingoff is deplored BALFOUR DEFEATED Premier Balfour and his forces were defeated in the House of Commons Thursday night on a vote to reduce the membershipof the Irish Land Com mission Great excitement prevailed on the announcement of the vote and John Redmond lleader of the Irish party taunted Balfour with his defeat and called upon him to resign Balfour de dined to make a statementt before Menaayt JX aa GOOD WORK r Printing0 PAIR PRICES Kentucky Irish American SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I3- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank etree- tTreasurerll1omas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President Patrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial Secretary Pat King 1846 Lytle Stree- tTreasurerD J Coleman BegleySergeantatArms Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month i President John Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer William J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President Michael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President Michael Breen Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial Secretary Thomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner Carrier Lawrence Ford Y I1C I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysizth Street President William Kerberg First Vice President W Shaughnessy Second Vice President B J Sands Recording Secretary Frank Morgan Financial Secretary George J Lautz Corresponding Secretary F Lanahan Treasurer Joseph Steltenpobl MarshalJohn Kenney Inside Sentinel John Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey SATOLLI COUNCIL 103 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4tb Av- ePresidentJohn J Crotty First Vice PresidentWilliam J OConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava naghFinancial SecretaryWill P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryJos Lenihan Corresponding Secretary J Fahey TreasurerJames B Perry MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside Sentinel Joseph Kelly Outside Sentinel Saml J Boldrick HOLY LAND CONTINDBD FROM FIRST PACE Lord Here also the great apostle St Peter was favored with the heavenly vision and undoubtedly it was from this place that all the apostles embarked to preach the gospels in other parts of the worldOn May 30 I started by rail for Jerusa lem and arrived after a journey of nearly five hours Jerusalem Jerusalem At last I found myself in the very city I had longed to see from my childhood More than once during the time I spent at Jerusalem I asked myselffils it true that I am in Jerusalem the Holy City1where the Son of God lived labored prayed preached and at length gave up His precious life as a ransom for the human race Yes I am in Jerusalem the Holy City the city of David the city of Zion of the Jews and the city of God the city of peace fur the whole Christian world Here was Solomons temple It was here that mighty men rose and fell Here Is Mount Calvary where our Lord Jesus Christ infinitely greater than Solomon in glory power and wisdom laid aside His own divinity and power and voluntarily died for the sons of mankind Yonder I see the Garden of Olives where Jesus was wont to pray There is the plw where Judas betrayed Him with a kise There is the place where He prayed His Heavenly Fattier If possi u u- ble take this chalice from Me Over there is the mount where in the pres ence of His disciples our Lord gloriously ascended into heaven Jerusalem as it has been said is a religious city by ne cessity more than by preference for if it were not for the fact that our Lord had lived and died there Jerusalem as a city would hardly have been known Jerusalem contains about 100000 in habitants Of these 50000 are Jews 12000 Catholics 13000 Christians of various creeds and the rest are Mussul mans or followers of Mahomet The city presents a striking appearance and more than surpasses ones expectations The city is renowned in history It was destroyed by the Roman General Titus at which time the celebrated temple was razed to the ground After the city had been rebuilt by the Christians and the natives of Palestine it fell into the bands of the Mussulmans Then came the Crusaders at whose head stood Peter the Great St Bernard and St Louis After surmounting many obstacles andover coming many disadvantages they recaptured the Holy City from the enemies of Christianity However they did not enjoy the fruit of their victory long Again the Holy City was besieged by the enemies of the Cross of Christ and after a long and noble fight on the part of the Christians Jerusalem fell for the second time into the hands of the Mussulmans in whose possession it has been ever sinceOn my arrival in Jerusalem I was met at the depot by Brother Placidas O F M who kindly escorted me to their large and handsome hospice Casa Nova During my sojourn at Jerusalem I also visited Bethlehem and had the great privilege of saying mass at the yery place where our Lord Jesus was born I saw the holy shrine called The Visitation where the ever Blessed Virgin Mary went into the hill country to visit her cousin St Elizabeth and where she on that occasion being filled with heavenly joy chanted the memorable canticle Magnificat I also saw the holy shrine which is built over the spot where St Zachary and St Elizabeth lived and where their only child St John the Baptist the precursor of our Lordwas born At this place and at the time of the birth of St John St Zachary chanted the canticle Bcne dictus Dominus Deus Israel II On the feast of the ascension of our Lord I had the inestimable privilege of saying mass quite early on the very spot where our Divine Lord after having fulfilled His mission on earth in the presence of His beloved disciples and others ascended into His heavenly king dom I spent ten days in Jerusalem and on June 9 1 left the holy city for Nazareth Instead of going through Samaria on horseback I took a steamer at Jaffa for Haifa and from there I rode in a wagon to the City of the Annunciation In Gall lee On my way to Nazareth I saw Mount Carmel and Mount Tabor which places I visited later I also saw the hill and precipice from which the natives of Nazareth in their diabolical hatred against our Lord and His holy mission wished to cast Him Nazareth contains ai few thousand inhabitants It is a beautiful village nestled between and upon Galileean hill I took lodgings in Casa Novas another hospice conducted by the Franciscans Of course my first visit was to the Grotto of the Annunciation where as we all know from the Holy Bible the Archangel Gabriel sent by Almighty God announced unto the Blessed Virgin Mary that she had been chosen by the Divine Trinity as a fit vessel and repository for Christ in His divinity and humanity 0 with what awe and reverential fear did I enter that holy shrine I knelt there yes on the very spot where she who once chanted the ever memorable words From henceforth all generations shall call me blessed stood when the arch angel came to salute her jn the words vlththeeand blessed is the fruit of thy womb From Nazareth I went to Tiberias Early on the morning of Pentecost Sun day June 111 I took a boat ride on the Sea of Genesareth From Tiberias I crossed to our 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Jug earance- SflleS Continues in full swing We dispose of thous LJ ands of dollars worth of summer merchandise at immensely great reductions i MarketStreet I HP STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THINGS RIGHT oir0+ 4pr IRELAND Record of the Most Important oi the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Evictions have taken place on the Trinity College estate at Rosslea Fer managhResolutions have been passed by various public bodies protesting against any tampering with the party pledge When the Glenamaddy new church was dedicated by the Archbishop of Tuam an eloquent sermon was preached by the Bishop of Elphin John Muldoon barristeratlaw wall nominated as candidate for North Done gal and elected without opposition The vacancy was caused by the death of William ODoherty Father Peter OLeary delivered ia speech at the Fermoy feis He said that every man in the country must lean a little Irish if he wanted to know who was going on around him The annual feis under the auspices of the Gaelic league took place at Kelly The occasion was one of great interes and was very largely attended An ad dress was delivered by Dr Douglas HydeAmong the resolutions on the impor tance of the party pledge is one from the BIrkenhead Branch of the United IrishI League which calls upon the Irish pea pie to stamp out dissensions without respect to persons- A memorandum by the Bishops of Ire land on university scholarships for Catho lies is published now A fund of 5000 a year for two years is provided and it iisI hoped this amount will be largely in creased by the generosity of private benefactorsAmong resolutions on the necessity of the party pledge is one from the Roscommon County Council proposed by John Fitzgibbon who said they as Nationalists could be no party to any schism that would weaken the forces of the country The Queenstown Urban District Coun cil unanimously passed a resolution protesting against the action of the postal authorities in ignoring the claims o Irish officials to the positions of marine mail sorters on board the transatlanti- steamers At a meeting of the North Kilkenny United Irish League a resolution was passed declaring that the abolition of the party pledge would strike a blow at the unity of the country Joseph Devlin M P delivered a speech defending the policy of the party under John Red monds leadership- At a special meeting of the Limerick and Clare Farmers Club a resolution was adopted regretting the action of the Cork City Nationalists in electing as their Parliamentary representative a man who refused to sign the pledge to sit act and vote with the Irish party The Limerick County Council passed a home rule resolutton Lord Dnnraven and Mr Barrington dissenting Lord Dunraven was a candidate for the Chair manship of the council but was defeated by Patrick Vaughan farmer and a Na tionalist by sixteen votes to eight John Dillon M P addressed a large meeting in the town of Tipperary pre sided over by the Very Rev Canon Ryan and discussed the question of the party pledge in view of the recent speeches in Cork Other speakers dealt with the matter in the same spirit andi the meeting emphatically pronounced In favor of a united and pledge bound partyB Lindsay Crawford an independent Orange order leader speaking at Larne spoke of Irelands Calvary and de pounced the means by which the act of union was passed and has been main tained Irelands troubles he said arose from the Inability of English parties to understand the Irish problem and from a Irishmen false conception of national life among The Porirnih Hotel was the scene of a- singularly pleasant and interesting func tion the occasion being the presentation I to the Rev Joseph MacKeefry the re cently appointed parishptieat of Gar yagb County Derry of an address and piWMatation from the people of Water j JG fj n side Derry among whom he labored as- a curate for some time prior to his eleva tion to the pastorate of Garvagh parish- A public meeting organized by the Cork City and County National Teachers Association was held in Cork under the Presidency of the Lord Mayor of Cork On the motion of the Most Re Dr Browne Bishop of Cloyne resolutions were passed condemning the modified I new rules of the Commissioners National Education urging the claim of the teachers to improved pettsio- regulations d and better salaries am claiming that the equivalent grant shoutd be devoted to the purposes of primer educationThe general meeting of the Maynooth Union took place at St Pat ricks College Maynooth under the Presidency of his Eminence Cardinal Logue Dealing with present day polio tics his Eminence said that they now had a Lord Lieutenant of whom they must all speak in the highest termsai man who was deeply interested in the affairs of the country and who if he had a free hand would be sure to mak- his tenure of office memorable by the advantages which he would bring to Ireland In the past they had a Clue Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant but now they had a Chief Secretary to the Orangemen of Ireland and it was no the fault of the Orangemen if they ha not an Undersecretary of the same kind The presentation to theLord Mayor of Dublin during his recent pilgrimage to Fontenoy of a bullet and a broken sword1 found on that famous battlefield will re call to recollection the fact that in th Dublin Mansion House are preservedl i some memorable historic relics notably the sword used by the Lord Mayor of Dublin fighting on the side of Ireland alt the battle of the Boyne the magnificentt collar of SS obtained in 1697 by Bartholomew Van Homrigh the father o f Swifts Vanessa from William III ini lieu of that lost in 1088 a bookcase which once belonged to the Irish Parlia ment House many magnificent portraits including the best portrait now extant o Foster the last Speaker of the Irish House of Commons and a splendid set ies of cartoons of the various person- prominent in the Pigott Commission as Judges defendant witnesses and coun Sifr Frank Lockwood K Cwho was one of counsel for the incriminated Irish mem atatucof George I which is seen above thei wall of the Mansion House garden has an interest all its own from the fact the l Swift in his Drapiers Letters uses thjs statue as an argument that there was quite grass enough in Ireland withoutl Woods halfpence FINE SHOWING The quarterly statement of the Stock- Yards Bank for the period ending June 30 shows a splendid increase in business This bank will not be a year old until September 17 and yet it has made marvelous progress since its establishment The last statement shows that the de posits aggregate 34076749 and among its cash resources is an item of 258 67903 or more than a quarter of a mill ion dollars cash on hand The success of the new ank is due in a great measure to the excellent management of Cashier C H Wnlkop I TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Y M I had a goodj attendance Monday night Twelve ap plications for membership were received and John F Clark Andrew Hofgesancr H A Veenemon and Clarence J Bohan non were obligated The Visiting Com mittee reported that John Hennessy was well The council heartily concurred in J the report of the joint committee relative to the picnic to be given August 10 Every member will take a lively interest in the affair Messrs Kerberg Raldy 1 Lautz Galway Boland and Parrel of Mackin Council werepresentand made appropriate remarks 1 IPICNIC FOR ST ANTHONYS St Anthonys congregation at Twen tythirdandMark streets will give its lannualonUngat Rlverview Park on j of the congregation I will furnish refrH1 menlanda good oldfmoBedGerman nipper tarall who I aUeBdi a v J 1 I8t MarketII MarketStreet I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General Notesv andofia large attendance is looked for contentdPark The Jeffersonville division continue to make steady progress Arrangement are under way for the annual reunio and picnic Division 3 transacted only routine bus iness Monday night adjourning at an early hour to attend the picnic given at Phoenix HIU- President Hennessy would like to see a big gathering of members of Division 4 next Wednesday night There will be some important business- e Membersare hoping that the Count Board will take hold of the next initia tion There is H large classjawaiting the conferring of the degrees The twelve divisions of Syracuse and vicinity have invited the national officer todOnondaga ben July 27- The Hibernian Rifles of Buffalo leap arranged for a grand encampment am outing at Bristoll Park on July 30 Features will be exhibition prize drill gentlemen1 be awarded Every member of the order should bytthetmany sound suggestions and llif properly heeded will result in steady gains i membership mefWednesday night and in the absence of Miss Mary Sheridan Miss Elizabeth I JuliasKelly Keenan rendered voce l and instrumental solos The Auditing Committee will meet at Miss Mamie Sullivans next Monday night The con test teams are working bardjbut secretly toachleve success fAD PLEASANT DAY- s Messrs Barney Coll Police Commis stoner John B Murphy Adam Liebel Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty Louis Braun Frank Hogan Charles Bonifer and exState Senator James W Fortune James Mara and Peter Madden all Jeffersonville and Edward Hack ett and John and Frank Gohmann of New Albany made up a merry party of Indianians who had a gala gathering on the shores of the Ohio near Sixmile Island last Sunday Each member of the party attended an early mass at his respective church and all met at an appointed time and place where they took wagons for the rendezvous With them went plenty of chicken ham schweitzer case and the liquid refreshments usually on band at these entertainments All enjpyeda splendid day The song of the Gael was mingled with that of the Teuton and all joined in singing the Star Spangled Banner and The Man from Colorado FONTAINE FERRY PARK West and Van Siclea are the head liners for the vaudeville bill at Ferry Park next week Wood FontalneII and McCue and Cahlll the brothers Onto and 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