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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 m f 1 rrr1 f f jb4C f IRISH VOLUME YVN05 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 5 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS Y a RECEPTION posing women bad Tendered Supremo President of in in Catholic Knights and Ladles Miss of America trey Her She proud A Representative Gathering of told Catholic Ladies and ing Gontlententt telling Miss said branch Able Addresses by Mr Kelley hers and Others Interested in that the Work Dr speaker to they GREAT GAINS ARE BEING MADE the and W idea A large and representative audience of tion Catholic ladies and gentlemen assembled of at Phoenix Hill Park Wednesday night the to meet and greet the Hon Dennis able Kelley of Memphis Supreme President During of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America The reception was held in the park where cool and Inviting breezes made it more comfortable than if it had been held in the hall On the stand with Mr Kelley were Mesdames William Kaiser Mary Clines Given Dave Welsh Margaret Foley Mary Weisenberg Maria Clancy John Stick ler William Norton Misses Florence Clancy Rena Weisenberg Mary Sheri dan Dr William B Doherty Anthony The Huckenbeck Thomas Keenan John St Fisher Stephen J McElHott Patrick Holley and George ScblaeferWed Patrick Holley presided and in open complete Ing the reception made a brief address measure George in which he paid a tribute to the ladies and then spoke high words of praise for what he declared was the best and safest fraternal insurance organization in the 1820 country He also told how the orderE1013 was growing In Kentucky In conclu sion he introduced Supreme President Kelly as a man of lofty ideas whose McGee Half phenomenal work of the past ten months indicates an increase of 5000 members before January 1avenSupreme PresIdent Kelley was greetedPe applause He said iIn with prolonpgedd rstreraL + kr k Mr Cnalfman nrotUeianaatstr rS1pC k- f There are two particulars reasons why I Five have a tender spot in my heart for the Countyr Catholic men and women of Louisville The first is that the Catholic fraternal dolph Insurance society of which I have the honor of being the chief executive hadpS its inception in Louisville where a few womenBImen and Eigbandeda Catholic insurance society that wouldM Mulloy give equal protection to men and women tbeDr and that gave to Catholic women right and opportunity of securing pr ThisLI tection for their dependent ones andf society that was organized in Louiville n J had its inception in a catastrophe whicbB1601 t brought tears and sorrow to many Catho lics and has lived to bring relief and a sunsljlnein many a home that would rfit indeed be in sorrow distress and want Starting in Louisville it gradually 1 i ifollowed the Ohio river to Cairo and to Memphis idownthe grand Mississippi great metropolis of the South that I 1 IJthat the honor to call home and where t we have SIX branches with a membership of over GOp spreading over to Arkansas t down through Mississippi Louisiana Alabama and Florida going westward will through Missouri and Kansas to Colorado and northward through Michigan Illinois S Minnesota and Indiana jumping Ohio to tt and continuing to a I land iin Pennsylvania grw until we have branches now in fife the teen States with a membership of over olic 10000 our last year being the most pros i the i perous since our crganization Increasecent above the preceding year and over and 50 per cent over the average of the four preceding yearsofj The Board of Directors at our January ollc meeting appropriated 150 per month for advertising and extending the ord The results have been so satisfactory that at the July meeting they thoughtj L it wise to continue this course and look for even better results for the c 1 ing year and in Louisville where by have nineteen branches and a membership of 1200 we expect at least anlI crease of 100 per cent This can be easily accomplished if you give me the assistance I ask in advertisingCThe second reason for my kind E iiilugsy I other Catholic society to which I bet I isso strong and prosperous in Kentu and particularly in Louisville I ref the sterling old Irish Catholic sode I the Ancient Order of Hibernians aI 1 ciety that has withstood attacks f I I without and strife from within its I ranks always coming out victorl a society that has existed for nearly 500I yoII 2ll I I over the civilized world It stands first among the great societies of the world distribution of benefits and when I u to think of the number of priests bishops that Ireland has given to A ica and that it was this grand old Irish Catholic organization that made it Jble I thank God that I have the honor to bea member thereof An honor that I appreciate more than I can express is that conferred on me by our brothers in riecangmetheir State president 0 Mr XeitycouclwUd by comparing sotheUUes with that of old lire Darta and by appealing to the young ip tto carry some life insurance as a protection against the possibility of lm a second burden upon those who already wade many sacrifices to raise andeducate them and also to assist trim advertising and building up the order Louisville and elsewhere Mary Sheridan Supreme Treas of the order was next introduced address was happy and full of wit said that she and the officers were of their Supreme President and how successful was the recent meet of the Supreme Directors at Chicago Sheridan kept all present laughing her Chicago experiences She that at the last meeting of one in Chicago fiftyseven new mem were initiated and that ere long branch would number 1000 William B Doherty was the next lie said he wanted all present study and remember the good things had heard He dwelt at length on history and founding of the order paid a high tribute to the late Gran Smith one of the originators of the that has taken shape in the forma of the Catholic Knights and Ladies America Thomas Keenan brought reception to a close with a brief and address on the affairs of the order the evening several hundred ap- plicAtions were distributed among those presentLIST OF AWARDS Those Who Attended Lawn Fetes For St Georges lawn fete given for the benefit of Georges church on Tuesday and evenings of last week was a success and pleased beyond the beloved pastor the Rev A Weiss The following awards madeElegantsidebaardJohn Hengemehle Ormsby avenue dining tableP J Welsh Bayless avenue Hand polished oak rocker Martin 2030 Floyd street dozen pearl handled knives and forksMiss Anna Ganz 2102 Standard and gold handled silk umbrella Harbsmeier Bros Eighteenth and Oak 4tateucii1 stt1nHugCO mehle1820 Ormsby avenue dollar gold piece JohnR PfUnz Jailer Halfdozen linen handkerchiefs Ru Schelni 2428 Twentysixth street painting of Rev Father Weiss M affo bf flourEduard Bauer 3001 hteen 1 street top center tableJohn M 2M West Market room hanging lamp Miss streetoof alPaul WagnerEIghteenth Horne of I arsMrs H Whitcomb West Oik street REHT MOVE Steps Ten to Unite Two Great todies of Young C belie Men William M Fogarty the Supreme President of u Young Mens Institute visit AlbA N Y on August 22 23 to attil the thirtyfirst annual convention of t Catholic Young Mens National Union lIe expects to promote movement long toward a union of Young Men nstitute and the Cath Young Me National Union The latter organizat is to the Eastern- n States what the IM I is to the West union there all know if these iSJengtbwe get together it the youth bralrawn and the Cath spirit of the wle United States erGIVEN Thfi YEARS Sentence of thre ars Imprisonment namedweof Munster aoseries Womanrourepresenting hias an emissary hIseeded in obtain ing from his victim I sum of 3000 Knowing the wome be a good Cath Koch induced to contribute eelmoney to a loan whir said was being raised by the Pope wh old pay inter adongi cky2600thevictiewsuspidons savingsePapalaatoromownaccompany him to OsnaW where Voss will myousstatements Onarrivlnli that town she was conducted to a h where an accomplice of Kochs re her in Jfull Bishops robes sad V her his Inblessing and bade her assVe great 500samentio I matmerterto her incredulous neWithI afterpocVERY OLD DIQCES Agraat historical paRoqpttoneoftbeftU ol tie ratthelafcOth anniversary of the di Ol IncompUttbkyandnerraI YIMIISDAYPr- omises I I to Bo the Banner Fete of the Summer Season Mnchin Trinity and Satolll Councils Unite in Efforts- to Please Fontaine Ferry Park Will Bo the Scene of a Grand Gathering AMUSEMENTS FOR YOUNG AND OLD Thursday of next week promises to be a great day for local councils of the Y M I It will be the occasion for a grand outpouring of members of this popular order their wives families and sweethearts Satolli Mackin and Trinity Councils will share the honors as they have borne the burdens If the weather is propitious Fontaine Ferry Park will have the greatest crowd of the season because there ore very few Catholic fam ilies in Louisville that has not at least one member in this society whose motto is For God and Country This joint picnic of the three councils has been well advertised systematically adver tised and proper advertising is more than half the battle The advertising was left in the hands of the Executive Committee and the thanks of the three councils are due them for their earnest faithful efforts The Executive Committee of the Joint Committee of the three councils met Wednesday night with every member present Chairman Charles Raldy pre sided and the reports of the various sub committees were encouraging Matters were gone over in detail and where de fects were found they were corrected The subcommittee appointed for the purpose naued thejf oliowing spiders whose duty it will be to attract attention to the scenic railway the miniature railway the loop the loop and the aerial jjvinei LTrinity CouncilWilliam Hlllerlch Albert F Martin Eugene Cooney John Flynn Dr Bernard OConnor Tony Huckenbeek and John Sullivan Jr Satolli Council Joseph Lenihan John J Crotty William McNally Edward Clem James Perry Al Steber and Albert T Schranz Mackin CouncilJames T Shelley Frank Adams Samuel L Robertson Clarence H Zook Andy Vast Otto Hubbuch William Shaeghnessy and Dr Frank Meder D Oliver Patton Chairman of the Committee on Music and Dancing stated that the demands for invitations to the dance to be given in connection with the joint picnic was great He urged all Members of tue Y M I who contem plated attending the dance to make prompt arrangements about engaging their lady friends as he expected an un precedented rnsh of belles and beaux He also reported that the Mackin Social Club would attend the dance in a body and with colors flying Arrangements have been made by the park officials whereby the Y M I trem bers will be in charge of the grounds from noon until midnight This is a guarantee that the best of order will pre vail Arrangements have been male with the Louisville Railway Company by which quick transportation to Fontaine Ferry Park will be furnished from all parts of the city Remember that the price of admission will be only ten cents but children accompanied by their parents will be admitted free Besides the special features there will be the usual attractions at the park including the Hopkins Pavilion One of the features of Fontaine Ferry Park for next week will be the vaude ville show at Hopkins Pavilion It is doubtful whether a better summer bill has ever been arranged The five Han Ion Brothers will be the headliners These are the famous stars of Superba fame and for vaudeville they have a pan tomimic sketch Phunny Phrolllcks The act runs for about half nn hour and every minute of the time is filled with something to laugh at It is one of the truly big acts in vaudeville Something quite out of the ordinary will be seen in Capt Blooms demonstration of Mar conis wireless telegraphy In the last two or three years the sciences have been repeatedly drawn on to furnish the vaudeville stage with entertainment and instruction Capt Blooms demonstra tion is something of practical instruction as well as an act of entertaining features And there will be a funny man in James H Cullen He made his initial bow to an Hopkins Theater audience last winter as The Man From the West Cullen de liver a bunch of foolishness that ia guaranteed to bring forth one laugh per secondTwo pretty sisters the Misses McCon nell are booked for a singing turn and for grotesque dancing In their line they are saiA to be far above the ordinary Another pretty young woman will figure on the bill in the person of Mise Ethell IndqOCYaudevUle et comsdiennetnow In Use varktlts Ott recount of their great popularity thediving horses have been retained for one more week Tb performance tin already been witnessed by UwrasawU of persons and the crowds around the min iature lake into which the horses leap seem to grow larger instead of dimin ishing No change will be made in theII JOSEPH LENIHAN Chief of the Spielers JIas Promised to Sing Wednesday Night r hours of exhibition these being fixed at promptly 3 oclock in the afternoon and at 8 oclock in the evening One of the WILLIAM HILLERICH Will Look After the Friends of Trinity Council hits of the park is the big orchestrion which is to be heard every afternoon and night in the Casino UNION OUTING OEthencfentOrdcroHlbcrnians Successful Everything is progressing favorably toward the union of the four local divis ions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in an annual outing and celebration which to all appearances will now take place on August 21 The County Board held two meetings during the present week The union celebration was discussed at both meetings and committees were appointed to look after a site and date for holding the outing The com mittees no doubt have secured definite information before this time and various local divisions will act on their reports during the coming week It is the intention to hold the celebra tion at some popular resort where mew bers of the order their families and friends can secure the greatest pleasure for the least money As a matter of course the Ladles Auxiliary will have a prominent part in making the affair a success ABLE TEACHER Rev Father Cavanaugh the new President of the University of Notre Dame has been at the head of Holy Cross Seminary since 1899 and is one of the most scholarly men in the Roman Catholic church He is but thirtyfive years of age strong and robust and in every essential a type of vigorous American citizenship He was born at Lee tonia Ohio was educated at the parish school in that town and at Notre Dame to which he now comes President and was ordained In 1894 For the past twelve years he has been assistant editor of Ave Maria is a noted lecturer and has been an industrious contributor to the current magazines NEW HARNESS FIRM Messrs Herin Holland have pur chased the business of Arthur Vogides 1933 Baxter between Highland and Transit avenues and are prepared to do any and all kinds of harness making and repairing Mr Chris J Herin who will be the active manager and superintend ent of the new firm brings a long expe rience and wide acquaintance into the business Both Messrs Herin and Holland greatpopulenitythey will certainly attain it- S S GRAND ALTAR Rev Father OConnell pastor of St Augustines church in Jeffer nvlie will soon contract for a grand altar for the new church just completed hat will cost not les than 2000 and vrdl1l beam ng the finest in Indiana ultaprbvements j sChurCh1tidtlet contracts for wjd6pav for the I frost fad welt ride cj UM I GREAT GOOD Will Bo Outcome of Meeting of National Directors of the A O II Kentuckys Representative on- Board Talks Entertainingly of Proceedings Hearty Indorsement of Order Given by His Grace Archbishop FarleyI MATTERS THAT ARE FULL OF INTEREST George J Butler representative for Kentucky and the entire South on the National Board of Directors of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has just returned from Atlantic City N J where he attended the annual meeting of the board National President James E Dolan presided during the several sessions that were held on July 18 19 20 and 21 The proceedings of each session were full of interest for Hibernians but acI to a representative of the Kentucky Irish American that the meeting of the Na tional Board was one of the most impor tant held in recent years and that In his opinion it will be productive of great good for the order In response to queries Mr Butler said that the presence of His Grace the Most Reverend Archbishop Farley of New York was not only gratifying to mew hers of the order throughout the entire country but his activity in all matters appertaining to the good of the order was appreciated by all the members of the National Board Not only did Arch bishop Farley attend all the sessions but he expressed himself as highly pleased with the results of their deliberations and was delighted to karn what he did about the Ancient Order His Grace also assured the board members and the order that their deliberations had his heartiest approvalThe lecture bureau was dis posed of by ordering the selection of five names to be announced later At the proper time the names of these five per sons can be secured by any division de siring their services Ita1so developed Director Butler stated that National President Dolan had received a gold medal from the Paris Worlds Rah of 1000 giving the A O H the first prize as the greatest be nevolent organization in the world Fac oimilies of this medal can soon be secured from National Preside t Dolan Members of the National Bod were pleasantly surprised when the National Secretary reported that the actual mem bership of time order was 177748 This was good news Indeed since the mem bers are striving to secure a grand total of 200000 before the biennial convene tion which will meet at Saratoga next year Mr Butler states that the reports show that the increase is being steady andnot by fits and starts He adds that Kentucky generally Louisville in par ticular is doing its best to promote the best interests of the order The report of the National Treasurer showed that in the treasuries of the vari ous divisions there was an aggregate reserve fnnd of 153753813 This is indeed quite a tidy sum which sooner or later will be expended on the care of the widows and orphans of Hibernians National Director Butler states that in view of the fact that Archbishop Farley in the East and Archbishop Glennon in the West are taking so much interest in emigrants generally the National Board deemed it wise to look into the interests of Irish emigrants in particular and to that end took proper steps to procure the necessary data pertaining to free lands in Western States The result of these investigations will be laid before the na tional convention at Saratoga next year The best method of entertaining members and friends of the Ancient Order of Hibernians on St Patricks day was dis cussed but all the directors agreed said progrannies would entertain Irish history that would instruct and Irish oratory that would in spire The matter of establishing a National Home for aged Hibernians was brought up but its proper discussion was post poned for the National convention next yearThe National Board entered heartily into the movement now being made to ward giving Jack Barry the proper place in United States history as the father of the American navy As a consequence resolutions were adopted by which the National Secretary was ordered to for ward copies of the action of the National Board and the necessary data to Pres dent Roosevelt and to every member of Congress and to the Congressional Li brary Commission The documents will be presented in Washington to the Library Committee next November Before adjourning resolutions were adopted expressing commendation and IIHaltlgiufor his able conduct oft paper the official organ Under the sh1ms Hibernian has become recognized as one of the foremost journals of the country Mr Butler while speaking freely of what the National Board did was exceptionally modest as to the part he took in its proceedings CELTIC STUDIES Advised by President Roosevelt in an Address to Catholic Students The following excerpt from President Roosevelts address at the annual com mencement exercises of Holy Cross Col lege Worcester Mass shows that the Chief Executive of our nation is keeping in touch with affairs dear to every Irish heart In his address President Roose velt said In this country oi ours we are de veloping a new type of nationality a type kin to each of the various old world races from which it in part springs and yet is separate from all Each stock that comes here can furnish some thing of permanent value to the country as a whole and from each stock we have the right to expect the furnishing of that element Here in Holy Cross College I want to say one word which ought to be spoken to ears willing to hear it HereC I want to make an appeal for scholarship and in all our universities along a cer tain line During the last three years I have happened by chance to grow pe culiarly interested in the great subject of Celtic literature and I feel that it is not a creditable thing to tne American republic which has in its citizenship so large a Celtic element that we should leave it to the German scholars and students to be our instructors in Celtic literature I want to see in Holy Cross in Harvard in all the other universities where we can get the chairs endowed chairs for the study of Celtic literature MACKIN COUNCIL TransactedConsiderable Bus iness in One Short Night Mackin Council Y M I had a fair attendance Tuesday night Three appli cations were received and two new mew berswere iinitiated Appropriate resolutions on the death of the Iftle Bernard H Saltenbrock were reported by Messrs Charles Raldy Frank Morgan and George Lautz The resolutions were adopted by the council Chairman George Loutz on behalf of his committee stated that arrangements had been made for an elaborate celebra tion of Mackin Councils twelfth anni versary on September 2 The joint com mittee reported that arrangements for the picnic io be held at Fontaine Ferry Park on August 10 were progressing favorably and the work of the committee was given an unqualified indorsement Louis Kieffer announced that there was a great sale of tickets for the joint picnic The Mackin Social Club reported that its members had resolved to attend the joint elebration dance in a body Jacob Heinrich who has been ill was ripdited better while John A Hubbuch has Mn compelled to go to the country to recuperate v LINE OFFICERS Or Uniform Rank Catholic Knights of America to Meet In Chicago The line officers of the Uniform Rank department of the Catholic Knights of America will meet in convention at the Kaiserhof Hotel in Chicago on August 27 and 28 The principal object of theI convention is to amend the rules and regulations governing the Uniform Rank Dr Felix Gaudiu of New Orleans Su preme President of the C K of A will be at this convention and Major General Kadeski of Quincy 111 will preside All of the line officers of the Uniform Rank are expected to be present and the delegates will discuss the best means of promoting the order Leaders of other uniformed Catholic societies have been invited to attend so that if possible a greater bond of fraternity may be established between the various bodies K C OUTINO Louisville Council Knights of Columbus held its annual outing at Fern Grove on Tuesday More than four hundred Knights with their respective fam ilies and lady friends enjoyed the pleas ures of the day On the grounds there were match games of base ball foot racing sack racing and other athletic sports giving the young people a chance to display their muscle Dancing was another pleasant feature of the dayI P H Callahan Chairman of the Enter tainment Committee is receiving the thanks of all for the able manner in which he looked after the details of theI enjoyable affair ENJOYS GOOD HEALTH Rev Father Hillebrand rector of St Marys of the Knobs near NewAloany- writes i to the Kentucky 1t 1tericanfrom Switzerland that Jjj ping point would be Manic u enjoying thebest o r Hillebrand spent om j is molt one his who will arraj ELECTION Of Grand Officer of ICentrckyr Jurisdiction Attracting Muck Interest All GanUidntes Mentioned Have Splendid Records in Y M L Circles Rivalry in Some Instances IS Keen But in All Senses Friendly STREET PARADE A BIG FEATURE a Each succeeding day is enhancing the interest that is being taken in the forth coming meeting of the GrandCounciI of the Y M I Kentucky jurisdiction which will be held at Newport on August 21 and 22 A grand street parade of the order will take place on the afternoon off Sunday August 20 and it is expected that every council in Kentucky will send representative delegates to take part In this demonstration Besides the councils from Kentucky it Is expected that Robert F Doyle Council of Cincinnati will assist their brethren in Newport in making the parade a success It is hardly necessary to say that Satolli Trinity and Mackin Councils will send their full quota of representatives to this grand Y M I demonstration As a matter of fact the street parade is only attracting interest as a side issue since the main interest hangs upon the election of officers While the rivalry among the candidates for the grand c offices is keen it is nevertheless of a kindly nature Dr Joseph Riordan of Lafayette Council Newport Chairman of the Committee on Arrangements for the approaching convention is an old time worker in Y M I ranks Ills friends desire to see him elected Grand President l and they are hustling to carryjfclr desires into effect MajyrutemHers Trinity Council would like IWee Gran President James B7 Kelly elected io another term but sluce he has server two terms it is hardly possible that hi will allow his name to be mentioned for a third term unless some extraordinary exigency arises Mackin Council of Louisville looms up with a promising candidate in the person of James Shelley whose ex ecutive ability in the past stamps him a a most fit man for the place Delegate from Mackin have been instructed to vote for him for Grand President while Satolli would like to have Attorney William OConnor become chief execu tive of the order in this State Frank Adams of Mackin has made a distinct impression as Chairman of the Boar Grand Directors and he also has fri in every council in the jurisdiction would be pleased to see him e Grand President Anyone r named will make acceptable Eieyafe uttaOiJwusarJjersJrl and have shown that they with the proper Y M I spi Thus far the only rand nently mentioned for Gran President is Albert F Marti He is another hard worker and his friends would like ability recognized John B Shannon of Lex made a capable and an effe SecretaryTreasurer His f his hard work indorsed by e another term Certainly a COL t of this kind is deserved Joseph l q of Bellevue is also being put forth by his friends as candidate for Graud Secre taryTreasurer Like all the others men tioned he has been a faithful Y M tworker and his election would give satis faction to all It may be that representative councils at Owensboro Frankfort New HavenJ Lebanon and Bardstown likewise have members they would be pleased to see Installed in some high office of the Grand Council Chickasaw Council of Mem phis which also belongs to the Kentucky jurisdiction may want one of its mem bers preferred The more candidates I the merrier it will be No one section has any claim to perpetual office hold ing After looking over the list of dale gates it is easy to see that the best men will be selected for each and every office The Burnett House in Cincinnati will be the official headquarters for the dele gates but the business sessions of th convention will be held iathe comV modious quarters of Lafayette Council Fifth and York streets Newport On Monday evening a grand ball will be given in honor of the delegates Grand officers and visitors The banquet inJ their honor will be given at the Burnett House otf the evening of Tuesday August 22111 the members of the order who can spare the time should at least assist in making the street parade success even if they are not able toy main for the deliberations of the Gr Council The members of the En talnment Committee of Cafayeite1i CJ ell have workirfjbard tbiV5 suitable reaeptlou a the visitor efforts to l- 7K11NTUOKYIRISH T I v A1tIJ3RICANs KENTUCKY IRISH flMEKIGflN VIIIMMIINNNINNIMN 1avated to the Moral sad Social Advancement of ell Irish Aaerlcas J KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS tUBSCRIPTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY se s BBtercfl at the lontsrillo Postoffice as SecondClass Matter AUittiill C01DIIIDalcallo l to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN3Z6 West Green Slretl I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 5 19051 rz TIS WELL TO KNOW I j In these days when the whole big world appears to have been transformed into a large sized in terrogation point it is doubly J Fknecessary that Catholics should know and be able to give reasons for the faith that in them is writes x r the venerable Father Cronin in the Buffalo Union and Times It is not uncommon though it is to be deplored that they are unable to tIanswer questions pertaining emony and belief This condition invariably brings forth the charge that they are unable to answer questions pertaining to ceremony and belief This condition invariably brings forth the charge that our people are ignorant and their religion is a sham Such a contention is inconsistent to be sure but in a discussion of religious topics there should be ab solutely no opportunity for such a chargeNever in all the history of the church have her members had such ample means at their command to gain knowledge Books on all sa cred topics are easily to be had Catholic newspapers there are in plenty all full to the margin with matter explanatory and edifying missioners go into the highways and byways their sole object being to increase the faith and spread the lightII J ndreds nay thousands of- ntetlig E thinking people are eking the truth It is not pOSeI ible for the priest to take care of 11 these hence the necessity of the ay apostolate The priest is the egal adviser but the layman also as his work to do When the in uirer has made up his mind thatII he church should be his religious J ome he has reached the parting f the ways Thereafter instruction hould be given by the father who has made theology Lis life study The lay apostolate idea is grow pnd it is having a good effectI Iplic men and Catholic women i ravages of mammon andi pme with sorrow because s p rhbean together to overthrow d all his pomps With flier and the hierarchy indertaking it is bound the fruit it will event ice wilt astonish the o as we have many U arked the power of ex atnP1 s wondeftUltW ery Catli Bile should be a shining light sets ting forth the pure the beautiful the truly Christian teaching of the treat religious body of which he is A member r Let Catholics be Catholics and America will be redeemed SINS OF THE FATHER Is not Miss Ida M Tarbell who is evidently a strongminded woman of mature age unfairly assailing John D Rockefeller when dragging to light and from the grave the sins of his father asks the New Orleans Morning Star Iris iwue as Holy Writ says the sins of The father are visited upon off spring to the third and fourth gen eration but the particular kind of parental faults or bad habits do not always so descend According toI MtM Tarbeil the I lfwther of the oil- sleingt aaa- am a 1dsJrtand all that R in early Western days waa given suspected of horse g Hew profane and ir w tie youBgeriRoci Y cntly cris rev Of course Miss Tarbell lugs out the old Rockefeller to charge by implication if not actually that the younger Rockefeller is a kind of moral monster and a vaster rogue than his progenitorthat- the old man was rather wholesome in comparisonIt be forgotten that Miss Tarbell has a grievance She thinks that Rockefeller outwitted or as she puts it cheated her father She is stimulated by re venge She wants toHget even with the Standard oil magnate This is not Christian conduct and whatever the present Rockefeller may be his fathers errors need not have been exposed to view after he had been long buried We do not fancy John D Rockefellers methods and doubt the sincerity of his benefactions but he is doing what many other men are engaged in the absorption of money and monopoly Perhaps if he had early in the day been outwitted by some who anathematize him now they would have done pre cisely what he does no matter what their father was even if he were a saint Poor man 1 In spite of his multimillions he is not happy He would give many of them to possess a stomach like a sound day laborer He is a con stant target for criticism He prob ably has neither exterior nor inte rior peace He is out of the only true cburch He has to die and go to judgment His shroud will have no pockets No goodman however wanting in material wealth need envy him Even if he be all that Miss Tarbell says she might have shown her superior morality by allowing at least the old scamp of a father to memorially rest in peace ABOUT FRANCIS ONEIL Francis ONeil has resigned his positions Chief of Police of Chicago and has retired to his sub urban farm to spend his days studying Irish music and Irish literature Mr ONeil retires afjtffc an honorable career of thirty ars witi1n Clricago police force lie arose from theranir top by step until he became its Chiefthe greatest Chief Chicago ever had and one of the greatest police Chiefs in the United States ire was born in Ireland nearly sixty years ago and still retains his love for all foot is gobd add beautiful tllfe old land He k a violinist iaII flutei player df no mean ability and troE mbrfe tuatitWehtyl years has been Collecting music of Ireland These airs he compiled and pub fished about two years agoMr ONeil is both a scholar and a gen tleman and is a living refutation of the idea that policemen are toughs and bullies While we have no policemen in Louisville with the scholarly attainments of FraudS ONeil the majority of our guard ians of the peace are gentlemanly and many of them are well read In neatness and behavior the police force of Louisville will stand comparison with any in the United States The resume of the proceedings of the National Board of the An dent Order of Hibernians as given by National Director Butler will prove interesting reading to all Hibernians and they will rejoice that Kentucky is Oablyrepre sented on that Board National President Dolan has announced wt that hewiH not bee candidate for reeiecJLbeiag fully satisfied with B bf having served twsHl Bhas ri111 oneobee 1 tional Presidents the order has ever bad It therefore behooves the Hibernians to look about for a capable successor to President Dolan Where could they find a- more capable man than George J Butler Big in frame in heart and strength of mind he is a thorough Hibernian and always works to the best interests of the order As local and State officer he proved his capabilities and as a member of the National Board he has shown that he is capable of widening his efficiency If Mr Butler can spare tbe time from his private business the local Hibernians should at once begin a campaign in his behalf and if they elect him Kentucky the South and the entire Hibernian brotherhood will have reason to feel proud of him State Auditor Hager has gone after the Revenue Agents in a manner that leaves no doubt as to his earnestness of purpose Many ugly charges of graft have been made and all are being investi gated It is very gratifying to know that his agents in Louisville and Jefferson county have com plied strictly with the law and have saved the State Government many thousands of dollars The revenue law is a good one if properly car ried out as it makes all pay only their just share of the taxes that are required for the necessary ex penses of the Commonwealth During the present week the lo cal daily papers contained glowing accounts of the Rev W H Kellys return to Ireland Kelly it appears is a convert to Mormon ism and is now on his way to Ire land to convert the people of his native land to the doctrine of poly gamy Poor Kelly I The job St Patrick had in driving the snakes out of Ireland is nothing in com parison to the job he has picked out for himself Louisville may be no better butt is certainly no worse than other cities of its size and those good men who would improve her condition will accomplish nothing for her benefit by heralding false state BentS And holding the populace up to scorn The city has its failings it is true but these are more than balanced when everything is jaken slfderfThe fact thatthe building permits issuediff Xouisville during the past sev n months show an increase of morfe than 1000000 over the cojtfesponding period ofany pre vious year should please our citi fcens And the figures quoted should quiet those papers that are continually knocking the city and its government NEW RESIDENT JottA H Coleman AttIrisiis feoyhbods AmbitIon After Long Service foho fi efoletol8i foieoft the most fav oraWy tnVJWu 7dsh Americans in Lou shuts has been chosen President of n NOW PRESIDENT COLEMAN the reorganized N Sid Platt Company shirt manufacturers and dealers fn gen tlemena furnishings at 210 Fourth avenue During the put twentyeight years Jlr Coleman has been connected with N Sid Platt and his sncceeaprsv and has now attained the ambition of bis boyhood President of the company The other sew members of the N Sid Plattl Company are R Gv Shanley and James D Bass r With three such pop aiitr and able gentlemen guiding its affair the reprxnix d firm shornM show a pOI in buefisibiseneov 1 BABY OVER THE WAY I Across in my neighbors window With Its drapings of satin and lace I see neath a crown of ringlets I A babys innocent face Ills feet in their wee red slippers Are tapping the polished glass And the crowd in the street look upward And nod and smile as they pass Just here in my cottage window Catching files in the sun With a patch on his faded apron Stands my one little one His face is as pure and handsome As the babys over the way And he keeps my heart from breaking- At my toiling every day Sometimes when the day is ended And I sit in the dusk to rest With the face of my sleeping darling Hugged close to my lonely breast I pray that my neighbors baby May not catch heavens roses all But that some may crown the forehead Of my loved one as they fall And when I draw the stockings From his tired little feet And kiss the rosy dimples- In his limbs so round and sweet I think of the dainty garmentsISome little children wear And frown that my God withholds them From mine so pure and fair May God forgive my envy I I knew not what I said My heart is crushed and humbledIMy neighbors boy is deadl I saw the little coffin As they carried it out todayIA mothers heart is breaking In the mansion over the wayIThe light is fair In my window The flowers bloom at my door My boy is chasing the sunbeamsIThat dance on the cottage floorIThe roses of health are blushing On my darlings cheek today But baby is gone from the window Of the sad house over the w- ayr6Idv lMiss Mamie Barrett is at Pewee VllI ley the guest of Miss Ellen FoleyI Station Keeper Alex Basler is spending his ten days furlough in Chicago Miss Ethel Conniff was last week the guest of Mrs Lee Montgomery at Fords vllle Miss Clara Erdman spent last week as I the guest of the family of G R Burks at Lebanon Miss Leona Mulligan of Portlandwill I leave next week for Atlantic City and Cape May J I Misses Mabel and Gertrude Collins have gone to White Mills to spend the heated term j Miss Clara Wentzell left Tuesday to spend several weeks with friends in Daviess county Miss Agues Ford has gone to Colorado Springs where she will remain until about September 1IMiss Katie Rose Dant is home from a most enjoyable visit with the Misses Kearns at LebanonIMiss Lula Mattingly has been having a delightful visit with Miss Laura Las well at New HavenIMiss Katie Henley has gone to Chicago to spend a week as the guest of Mrs Bee flMullarkey Crowley Mr and Mrs Gus J Bretz left Sunday morning for a visit to French Lick and West Baden Springs J C Fedler and daughter Miss Rose have gone to New York and Atlantic City for a stay of a month Miss Maggie Coalen popular in Jeffer sonville social circles has gone to Chi cago for a Visit Wth relatives Mrs Pauline Raidy arid Mss Eva I Raidy returned home Thursday artora 1 pleasant visit to friends in Cincinnati j Detective Martin Donahue accompan- Ied by his wife left Tuesday to spend his annual vacation at Hardiu Springs Mrs George A Burkley is rapidly re- Mvettng from the effects tot a sprained elb6w sustained in a fall two Weeks agol I Mrs Catherine Byrne and danghter Miss Mary Byrne litfve gone to Petoss eyMichto spend the rest of thesum mer Mrs Thomas Mulligan who wns the guest of Mrs W W Dennis for several davs has returned to her home atC6v lingtoa eJohnnumber from Louisville w owirethis Fweek Springs sojourning at Crab Orchard Emil and Harry Mouth leave next Wednesday for Atlantic City New York Saratbga and other points of Interest Mr and Mrs W JvCurraa and chit dren and Miss Mary Roche will leave August 10 for atwo weeks trip to Atlan tic City Mrs Edward A Mebler hits returned to her home on East Walnut street after a jpletsant two weeks visit to friends in Evimsvfile Mrs Thomas Mahoiiey and daughter Miss Carmelt have returned from New Haven where they visited Mrs Joseph Potting r Michael Flahivebrs returned to Lou ikvilie alter anjabsence of four years in Sti Louise He expects to reside here permanently I S P I MieeelJii et Scully and Katherine leftst cin1 Sunday for an extended visit to friends I at Sellersburg Ind Charles T Callahan and wife and daughter Miss Dorothy returned Monday to their home in New Albany from French Lick Springs Miss Julia Gavin of New Albany has been spending a pleasant week at Evans Landing as the guest of Misses Mary and Ella Cunningham Miss Mamie Kiley who has been confined to her home at 1320 West Jefferson street suffering from n sprained ankle is very much improved Charles Brunn the well known and popular young jeweler left Wednesday to spend two weeks in rest and recreation at Grayson Springs Misses Mamie Barrett Cora Wallace and little Lillian Barrett have returned home after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Indianapolis Mr and Mrs Joseph D Hennessy re turned Monday from a visit to East Liverpool Ohio where they were the guests of Mrs Hennessys parents Miss Sue Loyal has been entertaining at her home in Portland two pretty and interesting Lexington girls Misses Mary McCarney and Elizabeth Welch Dan Marra one of Jeffersonvilles most enterprising and successful business men has been enjoying a well deserved rest and vacation at White Sulphur Springs James A Walhen who has been seri ovsly ill at St Anthonys Hospital iis making steady progress toward recovery and it is now thought he will soon be able to be out Albert D Gregg and George Fink of the Andrew Cowan Company left Tues day morning for Lily White Sulphur Springs Ind where they will spend their two weeks vacation Tim J Scanlon who has been visiting here during the past month will return to Vicksburg Miss next week to resume his duties as locomotive engineer for the Illinois Central Railroad Company Miss Maggie Coughlin and her aunt Mrs Sarah Mullaney of West St Cath erine street have returned from a visit to Washington Ind and St Louis where they were the guests of Mr Frank Cunningham A pretty girl baby has arrived to gladden the home of Mr and Mrs Joseph Watson at 839 East Market street Mother and baby are progressing favorably and Papa Watson iis receiving maul congratulations Mrs Dr Charles Moir and Mrs Jacob Isaacs will leave August 12 for a two months trip to Atlantic City New York Old ioirit Comfort Coney Island Brighton Beach and other points of interest iu the East Thomas Qneenan a popular Louisville bo7 who is now Superintendent and General Manager of a big clothing man- ufactory at Jackson Tcnn left for the latter place Thursday after spending a brief vacation in this city Mrs John Scanlon and grandchild Miss Hazel Patten 1903 High avenue are the guests of Mr and Mrs James W Dougherty at Muncie Ind Mrs Scan Ion will join Mr and Mrs Dougherty on a trip to Niagara next week Misses Margaret and Catherine La velle of St Louis are here on a ten days visit During their stay they will- ie the guests of Miss Julia Kelly of Portland avenue and Miss Catherine Dalton of East Chestnut street Miss Kittie Patterson of Chicago who has been visiting her aunt Mrs William Patterson has returned home accompanied by her aunt Before returning to Louisville Mrs and Miss Patterson will spend six weeks at Mackinac Island and ake Geneva Miss Marie MUrphy flank street has had as her guest Miss Catherine Cody an attractive and charming society girl of Keokuk Iowa fpr whom she entertained with an enjoyable dance at the tome of her parents Mr and Mrs Dan iel F Murphy Mr and Mrs Joseph L Otte of 2119 Baxter avenue left this morning for Atlantic City to spend two weeks Before returning they will visit several of the Eastern cities and also Mrs Otters brother Emmett B Kennedy of Mount St Marys College The engagement of Thomas OHearn end Miss Maggie Coyle two of the best known and most popular ydung people df jersoirvllle has been announced The datefor tbeirmarriage has not yet been set but the ceremony will take place at St Augustines church Patrick Hogan and Miss Anna Doyle bob Jetlersorjyille were Quietly mar sled at SttPatricks church in Louisville on Tuesday of last week but did tuft an Bounce the fact to their friends until Sunday Both young people have theist wishes of many friends forthch future success Mr and Mrs Charles Wendling re turned to Louisville Monday from New Orleans where Mr Wendlirig was em ployed The yellow fever scare para lyzed buslne IB and Mr Wendling de cided to return to Louisville until bust nesa in the Crescent City resumed its normal conditions Camden McAtee a student in the law school ai Indiana University arrived home Thursday to spend the remainder- of his vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs W T McAtee 516 West Oak otreet Mr McAtee is a graduate of the class of 1002 Louisville Male High School and has been attending the Indiana University inning the past three yetrs Lieut and Mrs James Kfnnarney left Louisville for New York Monday sight where they will speadten days visiting frictuUi and relatives of the poPUlar policeman He WM born fa the rniPin U C ane State and his occasional visits home are subjects for great rejoicing A number of his subordinates and friends accom panied the tourists to the depot and bade them Godspeed on their journey Misses May and Virginia Cowan are here from Dayton Ohio visiting their grandmother and aunts the Misses ONeill West Breckinridge street todayforNortheast While in Canada Mr and Mrs OConnor will be the guests of the Old Boys Club of London Out from which place he will go to Toronto as the delegate of Typographical Union No iI 10 to the convention of the International Typographical Union Mr and Mrs OConnor will remain away for several weeks HAPPILY WEDDED When Miss Mayme Msckelbauer became the wife of Hugo L Schaefer Wednesday evening one of the prettiest weddings of the season occurred and one of the largest crowds that ever attended i a marital celebration was in St Don iface church The maid of honor was Miss Emma Abrens while Misses Bertha Lortz Lillie Burns and Mamie Schreiber were the bridesmaids Messrs Henry B Schildt Edward Knoechelman F W Abrens and Charles Hoick were the ushers After the wedding there was a briefreception at the home of the bride 1327 Payne street Mr and Mrs Schaefer have gone East on an extended honey moon trip They will be at home to their friends after August 20 at 2019 Von Bor ries avenue The bride is the daughter of J A Muckelbauer the artist at 1327 Payne street while the groom is a rising young provision and commission mer chant ST ANTHONYS OUTINO The annual outing for the benefit c- St Anthonys church at Twentythird and Market streets will be held at River view Park on Monday The children of the congregation will board street carolin front of the parochial school at 9 oclock in the morning and will be transported cast on Market street to Fourth thence to Walnut and from there to Riverview Park giving the little ones an enjoyable ride preparatory to the days pleasure The good ladies of St Anthonys congregation have made ample arrangements I for supplying all who attend with bounteous dinners and suppers at reasonable prices PENSION FOR DEMPSEY Dominick Dempsey one of the oldest and best known members of the Louis rifle fire department was retired Monday under the new pension law Thirtyone years ago he was appointed a member of the company in Portland and spent most of that long time at the No6 house He was an earnest and fearless fire fighter and made many record breaking runs His superior officers reposed the utmost ennflJcu ii Lie judpmect tanO fatah fulness and never iwas there any fault found with him Dempsey lives with his family at 2611 Montgomery street LABOR DAY PICNIC The people of St Pauls congregation have arranged to give a big Libor day picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday September 4 Among the maul attrac tions will be a grand euchre wth hand some prizes a series of bowline contests and a grand union dinner furnished by the ladies of the congregatijn The Rev Father Thomas A Yor is one of the most popular pastors in th city and the members of his congregations intend to make this picnic a successI- MPROVING I Little Frances Seng the bjght seven yearold daughter of Joseph eng of the Home Telephone Compan who wasI operated on last Saturday at Josephs Infirmary for appendicitis is getting along nicely and it is now JlIeved that she will speedily recover feat anxiety has been felt ince her ills developed and friends of the famil vill feel re lieved when they read lis welcome sews JOCKEY CLUB IRK Herr Louis Kindermaand his fam ous German Marine Bat come to the Jockey Club Park for a leeks engageI ment beginning tomo w will be remembered tit Herr Kinder mann and his band sHe a great hit when they appeared aiie JockeyClub jj- I Park last year Amonhe large numb I cr of musical organizfjns now touring the country the terMarine Band holds a conspicuous ace Vnder the magic baton of Herr lermann a ceaseless stream ot muslcavelty gems pervades eachconcertIne of the many descriptive pieces Wh has won mer ited applause for Hcpndermann and his bands The Pni0 German War off 18701871 This ties the audience in spirit back mo han thirty years The German peasI areheard singing in the fields then bas the declaration of war by the FhJ following this comes the b call to arms the clash of battle anal victory for the descriptivelerrdanpiece of music 11be hlard Several times during theHON- ORErY eMPERORan Joseph Hubband wife and Philip Hubbuch whoaPndinK the summer iri Germany VA Berlin for a stay of ai week and 1JIe pleasure of a pri rate audiencA Emperor WilliamB Letters recellby relatives r theiDeerenative hat the party has hail atertoome thus farmOst = GermanI- S OERAf Kticselsewhe taking adeeP Inter est in tbe gotde tlice1 convention of the whicharmorsatiwilt be7roufavillepeopleremak 1014 i Cindnristiau6agtak 1jjirrrae peJlilJg I diy 4 eta 1 fIu JOCKEY CLUB PARK August 6 to August 12 Inclusive THE GERMAN MARINE BAND Directed by Herr Louis KlndermaM and Including SOMASTER MUSICiANS ISO FONTAINE FERRY PARK iBEST I INTHEOpen Every Afternoon and Night ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children accompanied by parents free UPTODATE ATTRACTIONS Loopithe Hopkins Pavilllon Thea- treRIVERVIEW PARK 5 PopularSummer NOW OPEN FOR SEASON Music and dancing every afternoon and evening except Sundays Pleuiy of amusements for children Women and children can always visit Riverview Park politeandSPECIAL CONCERTS eVQnlaglrIealsprocuredat PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimproved Parties closingcontracts THIRD STREET GARDEN F H BRUENS Prop Restaurant and Cafe Third and Avery Avenues Home Phone 1623 Cumb Phone 6- 02aHAUERSiY t OflRDEN CityCoolFIRST CLASS ORCHESTRA Concerts Daily Take Jacob Park car via Seventh street CBe- r THOMPSON FLORISIROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jaflinon SI Both Tetophoues 1050 All tosatisfaction forboysforflrstcommuuionand Enduring quality and DIAMOND Wall companloDsWhenblessing for its quality is always high the prices are right Kentucky Wall Plaster Co Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 and River Louisvilis Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas Jeffersonville Iqd Telephone Ebb ATIE AGNES SMITH II- n Formerly+ of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER u udchi1dren lUegantabro1idlmadto r Harseatwrei877J n C- eJ G p1uirr4 W I1 I I1YT t I 5 f NTUOKY IRISH AMRI AN t+ 31 HMHHK J E TRACY 14 H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 383 TRACY STRAllB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS airel Purnlshed on IICurlShort Notice 1531 W MARKET iHrrrI I rH1+44i1 l tt t H t t tt H I and Carriages All Call Day Market llcLL TrT T T T T T T T T T TT tt tt tt tt tt II tt HI It tt tt Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for Occasions on 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 t t e 88 CUMBEHLANDt3 J JR BARRETT DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EKST tIN STREETWith tbe of my sons I will the undertaking of my late the same firm at 838 Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT M rsr i1tiiI1 I I I I HI e r to or Furnished 1225 Phones I I 1 1 I 1 111 1 1 1 I l 11 1 1 11 11 I I 1 1 I l abe Company Stationers t Printers Binders t Bootttellers STREET or Promptly Representative the 1fijwiond for Htntuchy ty writer for all 1 i Rook 1 I abtrb itso rr t t CHAMPAGNES ALx KOJUB ij j West Creel Street 3 4 CLZQUORS 4 t It t t 6 j J2 rIt L P + w M 1 I f B him SImi Pipe Co- H 1181Bannonspe ferStlm Drain TileHtria Proofing Flue Ppelue Irlv Grate ay Chimney Tops fled Sidewalk OFFICE 508512 W TBLBPHONBISTS WORKS13th Magnota Av et TBLBPHONB 48- 3Va I11tJ BIG FOUR THE BEST T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago0 AIm AW POINTS IM and r GliYiland i Buffalo New York Boston ALL EAST t Information cheerfully furnished on fJ apPlkatl af City Ticket Office 1- 1JfXoute 566PoarthAVeor write to illCMtv G+i ag1 Bt nMdpo aLJAr JrJ ljJI DANIEL J DOUGHERTY Funeral Director Embalmer Both Phones 2998 Furnished Occasions All Answered Promptly Night 1231 W St Bets 12th and 13th Ll Director All Short Notice HOME PHONE FUNERAL assistance continue burincos husband under name East fiM 3iiiIHI H I I 1 1 1 I I THOMAS KEENAN I Funeral Director and Embalmer I All Galls Attended Day Night Carriages for All Occasions W MARKET STREET I Do h 365 1 llllH1I 11 111 1111 o3rable IiUaert INOONfOMATKO of type- Writer Supplies Rifcbon 4lIthtftlnei 000 dank and- Paper Box- manufacturers fore ant Green Xoulsvflle lrtp- FINE WINES 345I CIGARS It ry YYYY BANNON presldent BANNON VlcePres Genl Mgr H 5L Ni BIND Snore if4R B Treasurer 6 ISalt Glaze l Conduits Wall Cophuf street FavlBrf BricK Fire LtRlng Ffib Iand Boller Tile Ground Fire Lawn Yates V BricK JEFF SON and texiugton and gth and loth L LINE tiI INDIANA MICHIGAN AND POINTS S HENRY k1j1PUU J DYER AM CLEANER Ladles and Gent siring ApPa WORK QUA TEED phone ass SSqpifth Street Old and Rare WfaJa a Specialty I mm u HANGaTH H LOUIS COIPi ass FIFTH SEEtD Ti r tb a iP j iSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSii iii iiiS SXSiSiii IS GIVE US YOUR ORDER c i IrishOFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET ggoxXXXXXXXXXXX 3sSK J5 2S fecfoToT S H KMCIlTSJHMluMIBUS1 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where i Ybefirst degree will be conferred on a 1 larget class dt Auburn UY about Sep j temberl I De Smet Council of St Louis had fiftyfour candidates ready for advance merit IlaatSunday National Organizer Me made arrange y mentslhisweekfoirhe institution of a f cmntI1atMonett Mo Minneapolis and St Paul Knights last Sunday went in large numbers to Man Into to wituess the initiation of a large class of new members and the conetrt of the degrees Colorado Springs Council No 582 anxious td build a national home in Colorado l Springs for members of the ord It is estimated that an assessment of five ii d yleyer councils are a little slow about taking np the plan Connecticut iXnlghts will hold the first annual State field day at Savin Rock = near Bridgeport on August 15 A base ball game and other athletic events will furnishfgreut sport In the evening there will be a tournament between the Win chester Gun Club and the Knights of V of Columbus State Shooting Club I ofof t and attractive The affair is arranged in cele bration of the embarkation of Colub I bus at Palos Auguct 3 1492 It was iin convenient for many of the Knights to leave their places of business in New York Jersey City Philadelphia Jas i ingtouand other nearby towns on Thursday i hence the celebration was fixed for J today I HINTS ON STYLE A greater number of fancy shoes are being worn than ever before Linen collars are in again and e reshaped tojfit the neck and fasten with two buttons at the back Sleeves show decided fullness at the top expressing fullness rather than width A coflee colored pongee is a useful outingj one the sheer variety is complete without a touch of black velvet to give it a ears touch Flat trimmings are newer than flounces end the double and triple skirts are st in vfl ue- Washable coats are the garments of ItIgirls The high hard pompadour is out of data If the hair needs something to lift it there are small combs for this purpose Linenjjowns are made with tight fitting vests which must be closed at all times to give the desired effect New colors introduced in Paris areST flesh color tarnished copper sun bronze Parma violet and brick pink and mer ScicurtpaIThe plain tailored skirt apd coat linen the coat lonior short close fitti or loose is one of the smartest of the summer The striped silks ffn black and white or some dark color sari white have much gblefbowsThe pongees are successful coat ma terials but are little used except for traveling The embroidered linen gown is the height of the mode for certain occasions rellIAStI BALLpe ItTomorrowstrong Trinity Council team will line np against the filer Bros nine at Shelby and Kentucky streets Beckman or Rudy either of whom will puzzle the opposing batters will twirl for Trinity while J Garrity will do the backstop I work The strong rivalry between the teams will rrUttln a warm contest in Brdownwho wanted some milk for hla coffee Here Jaw said the laadiadyi from cally take Uw cow down where the calf ii1 lliywltar 0 I v s i UOOU WORK PrintingFAIR Kentucky American EmbarkaI SOCIETY DIRECTORYr A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets TuesdayPresident James Barry SullllanRi nu JrFinandalSecretary =Peter J Cus 1911 Bank atetT- reasureribomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets 1 Fridaykcmlngs PresidentCon J Ford SullivanRecording Financial Secretary John T Keaney streetngTreaswer Owen KeirancisDIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Mon erevenings of Each Mont- h1residentPatrlck J Welsh Vice President Patrick J Welch Recording Secretaryjohn Morris KingLptlaStreet 1846 ColemanlrBegley SerceantatArmsJohn Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording h an Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 615 West Chestnut Assistant Dave Reilly Treasurer William J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSON VILL J TuetoCounty President Michael Kinne PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President Michael Breen JrFinancialsonMrs ConstantinehDoorkeeper Owen McCann Dancer CarrierLawrence Ford YI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club Ho 630 Twentysixth Street KerbergFirstShaughnessySecon Recording SecretaryFrank Morgan LnutzCorresponding LanahanTreasurer KenneyInsideStewart Outside Sentinel Patrick Mullarkey ofSATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Sleets Every Monday Evening at CrtCrottyFirst William J OConnor illSecond Vice President J J Xi vaTheI naf h Financial Secretary Will P DSc I ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryJos Leulhan Corresponding SecretaryJ Fahe l PerryMarshalGeorge KellyOutside Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by theXaverian Brothers Class teatwasj entific and nosiness Course Preparatory I Iirge Swimming Fool tyellLqul Terror Moderate Urn James cfHAdd to the attractiveness of a HAlT33B011 I 11A CED The popularity of my Dentistry is ult of honest application of the most rfect professional knowledge I admit is possible to secure service equal to mine but at much higher prices OR H J COUCHMAN Dentist Bacon BalWInj SSI FOURTH VENUE FORTY TOURS The forty hours devotions will be h irtysecoNdoadwayl tnsee morning a aiding Taead patheprettylltt1et 1 t telyratteadedCathoBa lleii e rP r TRINITY COUNCIL Initiates Twelve Members and Receives Twenty Two Applications The initiation of twelve new members orTrinity at3ckunusually large and those Iinitiated were F Fallon T J Sullivan RobertFallont WetterwilliamBesides those initiated twentytwo ape filedThisstruggle the rival toIncreasethC succeeding layA communication from Lafayette Coun ellat Newport inviting Trinity to send a large convenetlonRECENT DEATHS Mr and Mrs John Tierney of 1535 Vernon avenue have the sympathy oft many friends over the death of their thirleea yeer old son Francis who died a victim of morning oclockTuesday molderdiedHigh on Wednesday morning The funeral took place from St Patricks church at oclock yesterday morning The ae- sdaq MrsMargaretsympathyY William Lawless aged eighteen years died at the home of his parents Mr and Martin Lawless 1713 Broadway last Saturday morning The funerall took place from the Sacred Heart church at 9 oclock Monday Rev Father McHugb recently ordained being the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem Murrayusewho died atherSFrancesY morning She is survived by two daugh ters Miss Minnie Murray a teacher iin MissBellee Kentucky Institute for the Blind William J Crowe twentysix years old died parentsClubMarket street at 530 oclock Tuesday sufferedrromfuneral took place from St Johns morningItbeEast f loseYMrs Anna Davis an aged andre member emigrekt HgomeryI Ireland but came to Louisville when buts child and thee greater part of her life spent in the West End She was a knownppcrdHer funeral took waslargely f Joseph Bernier Sr died Friday last andwas buried on Sunday from the of hiss daughter Mrs William at Withers Cal The deceased nwas a resJdentof Louisville for many connectedwithsuperintendentfurnishIngs underhisyearsthethismilfollowing children Joseph Dernler Mrs Charles A Vlllier and Mrs Robert Parsons all of Louisville John Bernier of Pittsburg and Mrs William Brinks of Withers Cal EXPECT Bid CROWD The Catholic Womans WandFortieth aadChe taut streets qn TUM rawnyounghatonlybyt title the holder to elth FRM FEflR BREWING 6INCORPORATED Ilirewersand Bottlersx r PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE hopsnever permitted TELEPHONE 1080 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINKII Hofbrau PiIseni r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING C01DANYINCORPORATEDI TELEPHONE 4B2 LOYT2wILLle K7- rub Phone lain 1913 1913rHrlc WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS BeersSoldflavorGruberA Ky ASK FOR DIERSECELEBRATED CREAM BEE 9Telephone 1137 ONE OF FINEST BEER JOHN F OER BREWERYCREAMj 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILL JOHN EPR1 WALTERS Clay= 5treet Bre STREETTelephone CURlS J H1JRIN GFO W ltOLLAY B ERIN HOLLAND HARNESS MAKERS Harness Made and ReAsireIl- ome Phone 1530 Climb Phone TOO East 1933 BAXTER AVENUE BETWEEN HIGH LAND AND TRANSIT III HENRYH EIE i LAMMERS I DEALER IN Groceries Feed Lime Cement and Coal i CAFE and LUNCH 1911 Castlewood and Winter Avenues justt north of entrance to St Louis Cemetery HOME PHONE 1819 ETER M ANORIOT g 88018 AUQN MAIIIFACTURERS- hT 8 a RI 11 a 1 rTes 215 asd 2e7 ST afitrond bpteiad I Brewed from carefully selected barley and to leave the brewery until properly aged THE MANNA RESTAU CdOPEN DAY AND Nlti StrfIHome Phone 4715 Cumb i3o HEEEMAM BEOS IMPORTSKS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS DealersKentucky especiallyPEAEL DeNDTelcph t- WINES LIQUORS CIMliS VALS SALODi U PropHotfromtoj 44D w GREE QO rro Pioneer Boll tlFOR rwr j Io t r lJ wt I J1hf l f rr 1 tONTUOKY IRISH AJIIERIOAN M DI Y FONTAINE FERRY PARK THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND AUG NIGHT 10 Under Auspices of Mackin Satolli and Trinity Councils Good Music and Special Free Attractions For All ADMISSION 10 CTS CHILDREN FREEo i THE BIG STORES Talk on Mens Outing Suits They must go Here are the go prices 500 Mens Outing Suits for 385 850 and 750 Mens Outing Suits for 590 11 and 10 Mens Outing Suits for 740 1350 and 12 Mens Outing Suits for 890 1650 and 15 Miens Outing Suits for 1025 20 Mens Outing 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ALWAYS DOES THTJT03 BIOHT OM IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges We regret to announce the death of the Right Rev Monsignor OHagan of Strabane The Cory city water supply is again endangered owing to tbe breakdown of fire engine On Sunday two men were killed and thirteen women Injured by near Lurgan Judge Gibson in opening tbe Roscom- mon assizes said the state of tbe country- was fairly satisfactory CouInolly a cattle dealer of Nenagh wa drowned while bathing at Nenagh At tbe Mayo assizes Patrick Masterson- was sentenced to five years penal servitude for the manslaughter of his son In opening Monaghan assizes the Cbief- Baron informed the grand jury that tbere- were only two cases to go before them A great Nationalist demonstration was held in Breeslough West Donegal and among tbe speakers were Michael Davl and Canon McFadden A workman named Thomas Lane fel off tbe roof of Mullingar Asylum a di tance of nearly seventy feet and sus tamed fractures of both legs and arms At a meeting in Magheramorn a menu festo WItS issued by the Independent- Orange Society to all Irishmen whos- country stands first in their affections The wife of an itinerant trader named Lenlhan has been found dead on the roadside between Mount Mellcray and Cappoquin The husband has been restedIAt Belfast Gaelic sports on Sunday F Kiely CarrickonSuir the worlds allround athletic champion won three events the shot the hammer and the hurdles Judge Johnson in opening the Queens county assizes said the Acting County Inspector had informed him that tbe county was in its usual condition peace ful and orderly The West Down election has resulted in the victory ofLiddell the official Unionist candidate by a majority pf 1021 over Beattie the Unionist Inde pendent candidate The death is announced of Very Rev Francis Meredyth who was a canon rural dean and precenter of the church of Ireland in Limerick diocese De ceased was eightytwo- A young man named Henry in return ing from an Orange demonstration at Limavady was knocked down by a train at Coleraine station and injured to such an extent that he died shortly afterwrrd William OBiien M P spoke at Charleyvllle on Sunday There was considerable interruption addat times some disorder OBrien argured that tbe Irish party were the real pledge breakers The Mitchelstowu Rural District Coun cil has obtained power to carry out a scheme for the electric lighting of the town This is the first rural council in Ireland to mil of the electric lighting acts On Sunday large crowds of people from Dublin graveled in ipeciil tralni froraJCiagibTiqgel to Sallies and from t proceeded p11grave raid rt a meeting 0 WEJ 1500 Iron Bed now 2400 Iron Bed now 1700 n I I DAY NIOHT I Clear 1 Cri- spHALFTONES a gFor every printing re quirement We have superior facilities and the finest artists for pro duclno satisfactory results Wewantyouforareoularcustomers I t i TINSLEYMAYER r1NGRAVING C9 4t GREEN LOUISVILLE r held in the graveyard when an address deliveredttThe Industrial Development Commit tee at Dungarvan has appointed deputa l tion to wait upon the Waterford Technii bsY FatherCoakley for university scholar shipOn Monday the silver jubilee of the Bishop of Raphoe was celebrated in Let acknowle edging the presentation of addresses and I a testimonial delivered an eloquent speech I In opening the Tipperary fels op Sun areIday the Very Rev Canon Arthur Ryan of Tipperary delivered an interesting tIaddressI in tbe course of which he ridl culed the custom of imitating foreignI j ashions and manners At a meeting of the Wexford County ICouncil on Sunday a resolution wasI I passed unanimously against the redistribution I 1 scheme Mr Peacocke a Pro testant being among those who de Ilivered strong speeches Justice Andrews in opening tbe assizes of the county of Donegal on Saturday said the three cases that came befor- himI did not appear to have any general significance and in no way detracted Ifrom tbe peaceable condition of the countyaThe Tipperary South Riding assizes were opened on Saturday The Lord Cblef Justice in addressing the grande jjury said that with the exception of 1Cillenanle district in which intimida tion and boycotting existed the riding was in a satisfactory condition The Presa Association reports that the I house of Edward Cole Magenis a gra vier who holds land on the KingHarman estate near Boyle was attacked by moonlighters and that after an inter- Change of shots which lasted for three- honrathe at attacking party was repelledg At a meeting of the Munster Council of the Gaelic League a report of the years workWas adopted for presentation- to the Munster conference to be held In- KiUarneCon August 7 The council decided to recommend the conference to fix Cork or Mallow as the place for the holding of nexty r1 Munster feis Tic people oft Louisville should at once cleaa np tbkiryardf at the city authorities1 are ying the wreeU and allo nJ r Metal Beds on third floor Iron 1100 Market Stree- tee eJ HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOenersl- News Notes New Albany Hibernians are planning to come to Louisville on the occasion oE the Union picnic At San Jose Cal the Ladies Auxiliary recently gave a reception and dance thai was largely attended Members of Division 1 Ladies Aux iliary are making an especial study oE Moores poems and Irish literature Mayor Dunne of Chicago will deliver the principal address at the Hibernian picnic to be hetd in Milwaukee next SaturdayEdward Craddick a popular member of Division 1 has recovered the use of his arm and has resumed work at the Louisville Packing Company- A new branch of the Ladies Auxiliary has just been established at Wallace Idaho It starts out under favorable auspices and with a large membership This will be a busy week locally since Division 3 meets Monday night Division 1 Tuesday night and Division 4 W dnes day night Important matters are to be considered at each of these meetings County President John Kenney of Jeffersonville has returned home after a visit of eight weeks to friends and rela tives in Henry county Ky and is greatly improved in health He reports the order progressing favorably in Jef fersonville Tbe Hibernians of Cortland N Y Lave decided to give the public a share of the wit and talent which have hereto fore been enjoyed only by those who are privlledged to enter their shrine and will present the pleasing play An Exile of Erin with a strong cast of characters Messrs Joseph Dougherty John J Cronin and William M Higgins the committee from Division 1 appointed to arrange for the big reception to the State and county officers and members of the other divisions are quietly preparing for the grand occasion which will include a pleasing surprise The Rey Father OPlanagan of the noweon a visit to this country is to deliver an address before the ten divisions of tbe order at Providence R I A meetingof ll the divisions will be held on Sunday 4ugust 13 to prepare for his reception The object of Father OFlauagans mis to America is to enlist moral and materialaid in support of Irish home in ustries HAD HAPPY DAY Mrs David Welsh Mrs John Graves Mrs John Chester and Misses Margaret Hennessy and Mabel Chester made a pilgrimage last week to St Marys in Marion county and spent a happy day tbe picnic given by Father Pikes con- regation All were delighted with their trip and the reception given them by Miss Sallie Hagan whose guests they were CATHOLICS IN AFRICA Under the cure of the Society of Afri can Missions in West Africa there are 30000 negro Catholic three negro Bishops two prefects apostolic ISO ptiesU IMSijiUtt these collge forty seven Jchooif orpungfs a ta leper WeIXl u v 11 1 w u + MMMMMHHM MMM + IMHIMIMMMHH M + WASTEFUL l The man who throws away bread isrwhothrowsAre you throwing away money You are if you are not buying Fur niture Carpets and Household Nee essities a- tGREENES425 to 429 East Market St i LOWEST PRICES BEST JIRON BEDS TERMSi I A big line handsomely made and LI upI i A large assortment of Japanese Matting recently im I ported All styles from 140 to 350 a yard M H H M M H H M M M 1tfFf M m H M M M m H H = 4lU BE SURE TO CALL FORII McKENNA 1 t WHISKY I IITIS ALWAYS PURE I Uff H McKenna Distiller Fairfield y Ky m a = v JJ 3 vvw V J i 5 35C V5Xj 0 I i READYiiMhti J k i COiS i l J 1 00000000 a FOLLOw THE CRO DAnd you DhT RUN no RISK by s- UNITED YOR AUNDRY to the lAUNDRY CO incorporated HAND WORK A ECALTrs GODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED I 801 PH NES 1188493732 1 T N SHEPARD Preside JJAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN II- Q3 3 3 Both Phones 3399 IDmI f1iJ j J T CHA WKS I andIHorse Shocing Forge sCIENtIFIC RACTICALHORSESHOEINGi Horses Called Delivered CE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 BROADWAY U108 SPENCER JetadQzpertAceaL l AND wN df Ia e J I AND For ud i I W I 1 UJUHBtJ nwpwwi My t LOIIJ Educates Young PeopJeIFor foams Good Employment and SUCCSM J veu OB wen ron run iNrcnuATtoN Bus Iess college L n hI