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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rv t T j r1 1 H i iop I L c t 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcANi I ij t VOLUME XVNO 9 LouisVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS JUBILEE Of Fiftieth Anniversary of St Johns Congregation to Bo Celebrated The Mother of Many Churches Acknowledges Its Fifths Decade Founded in the Dread Know Nothing Times It Overcame fAll Obstacles ONLY A FEW PIONEERS ARE LEFT I Tomorrow will be the fiftieth anni versary or jjbldeu jubilee of the founding of St Johns congregation It is indeed a golden jubilee since so many blessings have been showered on the congregation individually and collectively during the past fifty years The day will be cele brated by pastor and people at St Johns church Clay and Walnut streets The principal celebration will take place at the late mass at 10 oclock Of course Godwilling the Very Rev Father Bax the venerable pastor will celebrate the solemn high mass He will be assisted by other priests of the diocese as deacon subdeacon and master of ceremonies while as many other clergymen as possi gble will be seated in the sanctuary An 9J3Bppropriate sermon will be delivered Fifty years is a long time longer than the average lifeof man No wonder then that pastor and clergy rejoice in the approximate celebration In 1855 while the city was in the hands of the Knuw Nothings or Native American party the congregation of St Johns was founded Bloody Monday a day when many Irish and Germanborn citi zens and Catholics were slain in cold bloodwas on the first Monday of August in that year On the first Sun day In September or scarcely a month following St Johns congregation was founded It flourished too despite the fact that for ten years thereafter the city of Louisville remained in the grasp of the KnowNothing party The little congregation of 500 souls began to worship on that eventful day fty years ago in a building 40x40 feet located on Jefferson street East of Pres v lori where the Turngemelafle building now stands Strange to say the head quarteruf the Native American party were adjoining or about where the No 1 engine house is now located Stranger still the first pastor of St Johns church was a native of Kentucky the Rev Father Joseph Elder The motto of the Native American party was Down with the Dutch and Irish I and yet with a native American pastor the new St Johns church was left uumolesteJ and not only for the year that Father Elder remained in charge but during the fortynine years that have elapsed since then That little church cr chapel of 40x40 feet was as a grain of mustard seed which grew and spread And became the parent of many congre gations It was designed to accommo date the Englishspeaking Catholic fami I lies east of Brook street In Louisville I and also in the whole of Jefferson county I east of a line drawn through Brook street I from the river to the southern extremity of the county Of the 500 families who worshiped at St Johns in those early days the majority were Irish very poor but very much devoted to their religion A year later the Very Rev Father Lawrence Bar succeeded Father Elder as pastor of St Johns congregation There he has been ever since but as this is in- tendedI to be an abstract chronicle of the congregation we will leave the history fc f Father Baxs connection with tbeI parish till next year when he will cele rate his jubilee as pastor of the congre ation for fifty years twasendedMilts of the parish are now located the congregatlousMgiids St Pauls St Frances of Rome and jSt Mary Magdalens besides theI us GermanspeaklngcocgregatlonsI lave since established themselves InI rrltory Father Bax announced last Sunday- e celebration tomorrow lis the congre atlons jubilee He married many of he members of the present congrega tion To many others he gave first holy communion and thousands has he baptized Many hundreds of them has he ushered into eternity after they had received the last rites of the church Last Sunday he said It was not his celebration but the celebration of the congregation Tomorrow the congregation will let bias know inspirit if not materially that he who has ministered to their wants dur ing the past fortynine years who has lulled them in marriage who has bap zed their babies who has Instructed leir children in school and catechism BSS who has heard their confessions Vhas made their way to eternity easy who has celebrated their requiem MI is part and parcel of the jubilee ration thy loseiofthe mass when all join pleastwillcongregation M well M toFauW o ctOa the blessings that haw tO UMMU iMvMMCMM au d daetb n 0cu in triumph and woe in spiritual mental or bodily ills be has always been the same faithful soggarth aroon Of the original members of St Johns congregation very few are left John Murray the present President of St Vincent de Pauls Conference is one of the few surviving men members of the congregation and during the entire half century has remained faithful member of the ylnccntians Mrs Catherine Bradley Iis the only surviving member of the original twelve who formed the Altar Society at St Johns fifty years ago WELL PLEASED Are Irish Americans Over the Appointment of Attor ney Kavana Jh J J Kavanagh has been appointed Official Abstractor in the City Attorney office to succeed Loraine Mix who has been appointed Assistant Common wealths Attorney Mr Kavanagh goes I into office as an expert on municipal law andwill prove a valuable assistant to City Attorney A E Richards His du ties will pertain principally to the care of tax suits and equity law Mr Kavanagh is a sos of Jeremiah Kavanagh one of Louisvilles oldest and most respected Irish American citizens KavanaghIsdid experience in legal practice Upon completing his course In the Male High School be went into Judge Matt hislegalthe Louisville Law School After grad uating from the law school he continued in Judge ODohertys office as an associate and assistant during the past four years Mr Kavanagh is one of the youngest Assistant City Attorneys in the United States He is also prominent in social circles and is Vice President of Satolll Council Y M I and a member HiLerI nlans also a member of the Louisville Bar Association and of the Lawyers areIproud of his success and predict greater advancement for him in the future Mr Kavanaghs appointment was the more acceptable because it came unsolicited It holds for three years at 1500 per annum MANY YEARS Has Archbishop Murphy Officiated As An Honored Prelate The Catholic citizens ofWHobart Aus trails will celebrate the diamond jubilee of the Most Rev Archbishop Murphy in October by clearing off the debt of 0000 on the college he is building there The celebration will also commemorate his ninetieth birthday His Grace Dr Daniel Murphy was born in Cork Ireland while the battle of Waterloo was in progress He was consecrated Bishop in 1846 and was sent to a diocese in India He was the last Bishop consecrated by PopeI Gregory XVI Nineteen years later hei was translated to Hobart Tasmania where he has remained since Archbishop Murphy is the sole survivor of the Council of 1854 which proclaimed the dogma of the Immaculate Concep tion He was also a member of the Vatican Council of 1870 which made Papal infallibility an article of faith The diamond jubilee celebration ofI Archbishop Murphy has a peculiar inter est for Louisville because he Is an uncle of Daniel F Murpby bead of the realI estate department of the Fidelity Trust Company Con C Murphy City Assessor and D X and James Murphy the well known architectsICHOSE OFFICERS Mackin Councils Social Club met Fri day nigljt of last week and elected officers as Jollows D 0 Patton President William OToote Secretary John A Boland Treasurer The club decided to resume its series of dances during the latter part of the present month it I HANDSOME SOUVENIR I The Louisville Clgarmakers J Union got out averyfitBdsome souvenir maga anni7ersaryWert ofrtypographical talldiaasfwvMir ia atrine sense of the work It okDpaiD 0 x i UBIQUITOUS Sons and Daughters of the Emerald Isle Cover the Globe In All Times and In All Ages They Have Played Lead Ing Parts Whether As Soldiers or Sainte Their Conduct Hao Been Honorable INO COUNTRY IS WITHOUT THEM A writer in the Chicago Chronicle re cently paid this tribute to the Irish race Many people must have noticed the reports of the late debate in the legislative assembly of Sweden over the recent movement by Norway to dissolve the union of the two kingdoms estab lished by Bernadotte before then one of Napoleons Maishals ninety years ago but probably not every one observed that the most epigrammatic and one of the most fiery of the several warlike utter ances came from one Baron Kennedy Without having any positive knowledge on the subject it is quite safe to assume that Kennedy Is not one of the proper names that bad their evolution in the Swedish tongue It seems more than probable that this branch of Swedish nobility may be traced back to some cut ting transplanted from some parr of the Emerald Isle When this dawnson one it is likely to stir an admiring reflection on the extra ordinary ubiquity of the Irishman in the politics of the world and the quite as extraordinary uniformity with which he may declare with the character of a once famous old English drama My voice is still for war Equally true is it that he has fitted the act to the word Nobody in history has been a better fighter- It is natural enough perhaps that he has been conspicuous in our history our fighting history especially from Sulli van of revolutionary fame to Sheridan who but yesterday rode headlong from Winchester twenty miles away Into defeat and transformed it into sweeping victory though he was himself the only reinforcement he brought to the field But it is a curious fact that there is prob ably no country in Europe and not many in Asia or America in whose political and military history for some centuries past the Irishman has not been more or less conspicuous and always honcrably Not to make any research In the matter and speaking offhand from memory one recalls distinguishing offshoots of the race cropping up in all parts of civiliza tion from Eastern Europe to Far Southwestern Chili Count Taafe figured in Austrian his tory McMahon and countless others have shown in French history from Fon tcnoy and earlier to Sedan ODonnell was the foremost figure in Spanish his tory and then almost at the antipodes OHiggins and ODonoghue made a large part of the military glory of warlike little Chili These are but a few who attest the wide range of the Irishmans wan dering and his turn for arms Russian annals are not without him nor Turkish and probably not Italian nor German though of the latter instant memory lit not so sure Pretty generally the Irishman has been prone to throw his sword into the scale for human right rather than for dynasty claims All this argues his restless eager valorous enthusiastic blood but not that only This cropping up in all parts of the world is witness chiefly to bow many superb fighting men England has lost from her own bead role solely through her own mismanagement of remarkable race Kennedy in Sweden seems only an outcropplngof the old traits in a new place The Chronicle correspondent says he can not recall where the Irish have taken any part in Germany Well if he knew anything of Catholic church history be might recall that St Boniface the first apostle of Germany was an Irishman St Dymphna who established the first cloister for nuns in Germany was an Irishwomen Duns Scotus one of the renowned doctors of the church and wboI will be canonized In the near future was an Irishman St Lawrence QToole who did great missionary work in Ger many and after whom many Germans are named to this day was another Irish man You know some narrowminded person tried to establish a colony once wherein there were to be no Irish In order to deter members of that race from seeking entrance be wrote on the gates leading to his domain No Irish need apply Soon after an Irishmanhappenedlalong After reading the inscription he wrote beneath it- Whoeyer wrote that wrote it well For the same is written on the gates of hell It CHURCH BUILDER DEAD The Rev Canon Keens who was known cmpug the priests of London1 as the church builder died recently at Brigbtoni at an advanced age Father KtM was ord Iud in 186iUe was bond lioadonjof IHah parents Dap lag his career Mii prittt he built eleven ebon 1IMtrop4afWi Jt1D each place His last work was the Church of the Holy Redeemer at Chelsea which was consecrated a few weeks ago the canon having succeeded in paying off alll the debt MANY HONORS Come to Dr Joseph Reardon Popular Young Newport Physician Dr Joseph Reardon the new Grand President of the Young Meno Institute Kentucky Jurisdiction is one of New ports leading citizens professionally and socially He has from boyhood taken an active interest in Catholic societies and has been accordingly honored by them In addition to being Grand President of the Young Mens Institute he is President of Lafayette Council of that order and is also Grand Knight of Carrell Council Knights of ColumbusAlthough quite H onng man be stands high in the medicall profession and is each day adding to his lucrative prac tice Dr Reardon has a lovely young wife who enjoys the honors that from time to time are given to her worthy husband Dr Reardons execu tive ability and his wide acquaintance throughout Kentucky ought to make him a valuable chief executiue for the order Grand President R rdon will no doubt give Supreme President Fogarty his assistance in bringing about a union of the Young Mens Institute in the West and the Catholic Young Mens Union of the East thus giving a grand organiza tion of Catholic yonflg men from the At lantic to the Pacific ocean GREAT RESPECT For Edwin C Dawsonthe New Grand SecretaryTreas urer Y M1- r Edwin C Dawson of New Haven Ky is the new Grand SecretaryTreasurer of the Grand Council Y M I Kentucky jurisdiction Mr Dawson is a descend ant of one of those good old Irish faro flies who came over to Maryland with Lord Baltimore nearly 300 years ago and who later settled in Kentucky He is the second son of the late John W and Mollie Horrell Dawson He attended the parochial school at New Haven for sev eral years and then entered the mercan tile store of his father and all the letters d eath succeeded him In business Mr Dawson Is thirtyone years old and1 it a charter member of St Catherines Count ell which he joined on his seventeenth birthday Since then he has filledevery offjce in the gift of the council andbas served three yearsas President two terms each as a delegate to the Grand Council and as a member of the Board of Grand Directors Mr Dawson is known to a majority of the members of the orderin Kentucky having attended every Grand Council since the third of the old Atlantic jurisdictionj He was married to Miss Pearl Zjeake in 1890 and Camels a sevenyearold daughter blesses their union Mr Dawson isan elegant high toned Kentucky gentleman and the nomhtakeinselectinghim Pierre and Joseph M DiWson of Trinity Councils LonisTilie areta brothers In adoption to his dntieaasinercbant Mr Datrgoa finds time to act Mbu4uM8 manager of theNew H rsa Echo Itit said Id fiaajmimwill MM be ooueti Ofttbollct and IAt IIUtbe aatMttacdia a far dart bn n 0oJ l CENTENARY Of St Marys Cathedral in Baltimore Will Be Celebrated This Fall Extensive Work of Renovation Is Now In Progress and Nearly Through Entire American Hierarchy Invited to Tako Part in the Ceremonies CHURCH INTERIOR WILL BE PRETTY Not only the clergy and laity of Balti more but the entire American hierarchy will unite with Cardinal Gibbons this fall in celebrating the centennial jubilee or one hundredth anniversary of the dedication of St Marys Cathedral in that the oldest See in the United States The work of renovating this grand old structure which may well be called the cradle of American Catholicity is moving toward completion but the exact date for the formal celebration has not been set The cornerstone of this grand old edifice was laid by Bishop Carroll the first American Bishop in 1803 and the church was dedicated in the fall of 1805 His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons will preside at the centennial celebration and every Archbishop and Bishop in the United State besides many Monaignorl and other church dignitaries will be in vited to attend the ceremonies- It required 300000 feet of lumber to construct the scaffolding that is being used in making the necessary repairs and renovation now in progress and It took six weeks to construct the scaffold ing so that one can imagine the magni tude of the work on hand The work was begun early in the year and will be completed early in November It is pre dieted that the new interior will be one of the most artistic and splendid church interiors in America The church will retain its original form and the shell of the church will be the same structure that has been a landmark In the old Catholic city of Baltimore for a hundred years but the interior will be wholly transformed The outer walls are being cleaned the big central dome has been gilded And various repairs and renova tions have been made in conformity with the original design of the building The decorations are being made largely in the same style as those in the churches in Rome and are blended to agree with the style of architecture of the church With the exception of the gold mosaic work below the large central done which is patterned after St Peters in Rome there it nothing copied tn the designs and coloring the whole being original in design and execution Everywhere the general scheme is to have as light an effect as possible The whole effect will be one of refined beauty rich with the rare combination of gold and blue and cream and gray with the renaissance style of mosaic work which grows with the splendor of burnished gold and recalls some great Cathedral of Europe where the mosaic work has lived with undying color down through the centuries The general background is a field of cream color in which are studded the gold rosettes in a similar field of blue and the large rosettes In the seat dome are again sur rounded by a circle of gray which is very effective Leaf molding is to be used on the fiat arches and columns surrounding the imitation of Sienna marble and various designs of frieze work will afford tT beautiful variety as the eye moves front place to place throughout the church There are to be four handsome new mural paintings Iu the ceiling of the first dome is to be The Assumption of the Virgin Mary In the great dome is to be the emblem of the Holy Ghost the dove surrounded by a sunburst effect In the next dome before the sanctury is readied willl be a painting of The An nunciation of the Virgin Mary and in the wall paneloyer the sanctuary will be a fine painting of The Transfiguration- One of the most striking features next to the mural paintings will be the gold mosaic work in the central part of the church below the great dome and in the space between the paintings of the evan gelists and arches The only variation of this work fromthat of St Peters In Rome is that Insteadof the emblems in the Papal office which are workedintfan design in Rome the Cathedral here will have painted in the coat of arms of the deceased Archbishops ofBaltimore from Archbishop Carroll down to and Inelud IngCardlnal Gibbons All this work Ic done in gold plate with the colors put in with oil and with freehand work St MarysCathedral Baltimore is to the United States what St Peters at Rome is to the whole of Christendom It is the fountain head of faith in this coon try since it Is there that his Eminence Cardinal Gibbons has his official headquarters It WELCOME HOME Tom J Cody one of the wealthiest business men In MiseisaippI spent the week in Louisville visiting friends led buIn YI tc plies By integrity and strict attention to business he soon reached the top and is now looked upon as one of the leading business men in the new South He is prominent in various Irish and Catholic societies in Columbus and is Exalted Ruler of the Elks GONE TO REST John M Hennessy Passed Away After Months ofatlent Suffering John M Hennessy one of the most widely known and popular IrishAmeri cans in Louisville died at his residence 614 East Gray street at 1120 oclock Wednesday night He had suffered for months from an affliction of the throat and while his death had been expected for several days the announcement that he bad passed away was received with sorrow and regret by his many acquaintances and friends The deceased was born in Louisville a little over fifty years ago and lived here aU his life He began active life 68 a carpenter and was an excellent mechanic Later he went into business for himself as a contractor and builder His genial smile and hearty handshake won him many friendt Several years ago he retired from tie contracting business and since then held various public offices For several year and until a short time prior to his death he was steward at the City Hospital- He is survived by his wife whu was Miss Mary Rowley and nine children Theare Daniel1 J John Harry William end Joseph Henuessy and Misses Mamie Abbie Winnie and Margaret Hennessy Two sisters also survive Mesdames John Graves and John Chester Assistant Chief of Police Major Patrick Ridge is a brother inlaw of the deceased The funeral services will take place from St Johns church at 830 oclock thin morning QUICK WORK Mackin Council First Catholic Society to Congratulate President Mackin Council seems to be wide awake all the time and its officers and members are ever ready to open the door when opportunity knocks On Tuesday the Japanese and Russian peace pleni potentiaries decided to cease the war That night Mackin Council held its regu lar meeting and the members to show their religious spirit and patriotism Instructed President Kerberg to send the following telegram to President Roose velt LOUISVILLE KY Aug 291005To Theodore Roosevelt President Wash ington D C Mackin Council No 205 Young Mens Institute Louisville Ky in regular meeting assembled congratu late you on the restoration of peace in the Far East WILLIAM KKRDBRO President Mackin was the first doubtless the only Catholic society in Kentucky to congratulate the nations Chief Executive on the happy result of his efforts to put an end to a cruel war The attendance at the meeting was only fair M J Kleinbans was reported well Joseph Heckmann was reported to be improving and a letter from Jacob Heinrich who is in Rexville Ind for his health brought the welcome news that he was rapidly recuperating Chairman George J Lautz in behalf of the Twelfth Anniversary Committee reported progress end named the various injfccommlttees who are to aid in making tile twelfth anniversary celebration a suc cess The anniversary will be celebrated on Sunday and Monday September 10 and 11 The first day will be devoted to the religious side of the order the second day to the social side including a euchre and dance The Kentucky Irish Ameri can will give the names of the subcom mittees next week The delegates to the Grand Council and Frank G Adams Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors made their several reports which were received with applause One phase of all the reports that tickled the members wa the recounting of Judge John A Farrella exploits in a dress suit Among the via Item who graced Mackin Council with their presence were John Jf Grotty Will lam McNaily William McDonogh and Joseph StttbeiY of SatoUij Dave OCon iMlljt or Trinity and fohVOrteoweU of New H LABOR DAY i Will Be Appropriately Gel brated by the People of This City St Pauls Congregation Wit Have Big Picnic atPkomix d Hill Park 1 Many Handsome Prizes an Amusements to Delight the Young and Old LABOR BODIES UNITS IN PICIIi nationalholidayall over the length and breadth of the knownLabor day we have in this country July 4 has never been st apart by any legislative enactment as a national holiday and yet custom has made it observedas such Thanksgiving day is considered anai J tional holiday but there has been ncj subjectInsteadStates each year asks the people to observe the last Thursday In November as- a day of thanks to the Almighty for Thissisonlyworkingmen to be first remembered when it came to establishing the first national holiday And this was due by an act of Congress which designates the first in yearIwill celebrate the day In Louisville In various ways this year but there will be no street parade One of the most elaborately planned entertainments for the day will be the annual picnic of St Pauls Roman Catho lic congregation at Phoenix Hill Park Every effort has been made by those In charge to furnish amusement for young lyteni years old will be admitted fr to be a Labor day affair th union band union mad J and in short eve will be union Dinner and supper will be served In gdJIIIIKroowThe pastDlistressesthat tempting viands will eservect pin such a manner as to delight the taste of the most fastidious epicure Then there will be 4j baby show and childrens contest l BiJze of 5 hijgoldwill be given the Tndsomeattboy girtbabyhandsomest boy between three and fif teen years will be given a silver watch while the prettiest girl between H givenringA grand euchre will beheld on thei esplanade at 330 oclock iu the afternoon and at 815 oclock at night For the athletic young men who prefer bowling five excellent prizes have been secured Besides there will be five tastefully decorated booths Booth No 1 will have a handsome display of handkerchiefs and fancy work No 2 a grand prize box table No3 a fish and goose bond No 4i a wheel and candy booth andNo6aD elegant prize wheel InaddfontoeU a these there will be that ever popular childrens favorite the merrygoround f A very costly and handsome loping jj cup will be awarded the most popular j whonslargest thegirlringgirls cross are all on exhibition J window ot Plinkes jewelry store West Market street Each ticket the owner to an opportunity o i Everycandldateinvitation to be present The Rev Father York pastorofjrSti Pauls has worked hard for 6lscpngreVJ gallon and his services given so freely ehould bappreciated It Is to be hoped that his legion of friends all over the city will be present at this picnic The various labor unions of the city will give a joint celebration on Monday FontaineFerryParka RESUMES ATHLETICS Mackin Councils gymnasium will meet on Thursday evening of week and a full attendance is d The class exercise will berlsuEs Friday evening Septembas 15i Kieffer will continue to act at direr the class FALL RACES hSecr ryLyman H Davis Ujulsviliff Jockey Club ponti ceivVrerfaests for stable room borseiwners from allover th Statedand from points M circuit iPretldeniGraioi Manager Wino art itil Both are busy interests the fall touting which dayjSeptember 1 St Lonto ix + v 7 ii r R NTUCKY IRI8a RICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMEMHH rated to the Moral aid Seclal Advmcemeat of all Irisb A1oI ENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS SCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Battrtd at UietJnIUe Postolflc os SecondCits Matter tars alt ConxBBalcitleai to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Sltttt OOISVXUA KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2 egos THE CATHOLIC PRESS Last week the Kentucky Irish America had something to say on the subject of Christian education bur remarks were not only well celved but were commented ona places where they would doW oodboth for Christian education nd for the paper Along the same t1e it may slot be amiss to say Something concerning the Catho Ic press as an adjunct to Christian education Wiseacres tell us tht1be ia little learning is a dangerous thing Certainly it is We cane not have too much learning but we frequently have too little Give a man or a woman or a boy or a I girl a taste of anything that he Lijoys and they want more The hirst for knowledge is as instinct In the human mind as the thirst c for water in the parched throat Men thrown upon their own resourees will eat or drink almost anything that satisfies the cravings of nature unless there be some master influence to deter them from it The boy or girl perhaps an infant who has not attained the 1 years of reason eats too muchI t candy or peanuts or fruit The Idoctor is called In4 Heroic meas tires are necessary and the childl recovers The father and mother are cautioned against allowing their engage in the practice 1 ulgence Well if th- Is e 1 sufficiently large 1 kduly importu te the en t child is never 1 given a chance to repeat the offense Father and mother will1 I see to that Why The greatt I mighty dollar that ijs WQf5bipedI111QI bond everything else IB not a parent inr a guardian in the United StnfllRat does not under- StandJ this because it has occurred i 11 0 to him pr them some time Nowr the mind of the child is much the same as the stomach It continu paves for more It wantsi fethiig palatable if you will1 permit the expression The mind opfthe uneducated cares nott whether this mental craving is sat uisfied by wholesome or unwhole some food so long as it be palatable Exciting Now we must have physiI clans to look after our mental andI spiritual welfare as well as our l bodily welfare Where will w- End e these physicians if not throughi I the medium of the Catholic press rleacf suicides murder arson eand cunning theft are Kted in the daily papers andI perthat produces the great mber of stories of crime o i livfiday is heralded to the wor 4 as the most enterprising Every editor of an uptodate daily paper wants to be the leader Hither e never knew or else he lostt ight of the great truth Whatt doth it profit a man to gain th wboleworlda d lose his own aoul Catholic editors and newspaper ttersaresetf sacrificing Many em could gain fame and money e daily papers if they would1 heir talents or rather prostiii belr talents In writing scan is though perhaps truthfulI tints of daily occurrences Ye orifice time and money ir families Iin comparative are often reviled by and dear to them because jpt f get into the swim k above the Catholic prey trity ministeriQgJtot a the field of battle pital ward Jus her the pckttiti itv dot vat I ave bishop Chapelle Why thena should the Catholic editor be he layman or priest hesitate to do hisii full duty when plague of immoral reading has spread oer the land plague far worse than that of famine or pestilence a plague that distorts the mind and causes not the loss of the body but of the of soul It ought to be the duty of Catholics to find out the needs of their Catholic editors and to help because editors have souls to saved just as well as anybody in Frequently theyneed spiritual as much as temPoralaid WHOSE VICTORY After a year and a half of bloody strife peace has beendec1arcdii between Russia and Japan Russia 3laimsher diplomats Japan says she conceded everything in the interest oft humanity In reality it is a great ii- moral victory for the people of the United States who through their Chief Executive brought about thec cessation of hostilities through humanitarian motives Think of the great monetary cost of this warmore than 3000000000 t Of this Russia expended 1875 000000 and Japan 1500060000 All of this money should have been directed into the marts of peaceful trade instead of being ujed for thej slaughter of mankind In the beginning the United Slates stood aloof as they should have done and I let the belligerent powers fight iit tint As the war progressed on sea and land Russia suffered defeat after defeat It finally developed l totQ a war but a slaughter i It was then but not Until tlletlI that the people of the United StatesI began to clamor that the war be brought to an end England France and Germany followed suit No matter how earnest were the rulers of other countries in thei desires for peace not one was brave enough to step between the corn batants and call a halt President Roosevelt alone had the moralI courage to say This carnage mustt stop Try to arbitrate this matter Both Powers agreed to take his advice Nay they even decided to meet on American ground in an effort to settle their differences President Roosevelt with his nano tact at once set about preparing a suitable site for the ministers who were to negotiate the peace treaty He chose Portsmouth N H as the most convenient and acceptable The climate was all that was thne year and every possible provision was made for the comfort of the ambassadors and their respective suites Early in August the ministers met and began negotiations On several occasions they ware about to be broken off sometimes by one aide sometimes by the other The people of the United States and their President watched every move with interest and a the most critical moments Mr Roosevelt always turned up with a suggestion that prevented a breach and restored pleasant relations Russia objected from the beginnin- t theHdea of paying indemnity under the guise of reimbursement or for the+ sale of the island of Sak halin a property that belonged to her by1 right of conquest When hope had been all but abandons- President Roosevelt got busy with the Mikado The result was that the ruler ref Japan saw it as the people of the United States saw it In the twjnjcljrig oJan eye the QlroleituafanI changed Jp n yielded every i1Id Baron r iambassador for peace made the following official announcement For the sake of humanity and civilization and as we believe in the interest of both countries and the world we have made peace The Japs have proved themselves as magnanimous in bringing about peace as they have shown them selves valiant in war Russia claims a great diplomatic victory Let her claim it She needs some victories after such a string of defeats on land and sea But the real victors in the whole business are the people of the United States their able representative Theodore Roosevelt Thus again 7ishath her victories no less renowned than war RIGHT HERE The Catholic Union and Times Buffalo says The most unique organization- of its kind in America is the Catholic Young Womens Club Washington avenue Scranton oniithe heart of the shopping trict where every day from two three hundred young women clerks teachersstenographers etctgo for dinner and in busy seasons also for supper What other city in the United States can thus boast of dailey gatherings of 300 of itsjj 000 Catholic women workers in business houses 1 Right here in Louisville we have Catholic Womans Club which I is doing the same work and in a very effective way and many oftI t our Catholic matrons give this institution their daily and hearty I support and attention Says the Western Watchman When Doctor Anna Shaw of New York screamed in a womans convention No ballots no babies we thought of no chapter in Qu Vadis but said to ourselves there is something the matter with AnnaI Mr Justice Brewer may decide for us And this from Father Phe lans paper too 0 tempora I 0 mores I The National Typothetae seems to want to force the fighting on mem bers of the International Typographical Union Chicago appears to be the ground desired by the employers There are old cam paigners in the I T U Perhaps they may change the base of near ations to more favorable grounds The Evening Post has moved tits 0 new quarters in Walnut street between Third and Fourth and th Kentucky Irish American to offer its congratulations Without doubt the new building of the Post is the best and most modernly equipped newspaper office south of the Ohio rive- rHINTS ON STYLE 1We are having a blue season in spitC of the fact that it started out to be a green and white summer The craze for Alice blue has yet to reach the turning point It is such a charming color be coming alike to blondes and brunettes It has the great advantage too in linens pongees and wash goods of retaining its color much better than the paler shades If you feel doubtful about a whole costume of this shade why not use atouc of it on a pongee coat or better still on a white linen suit There are at least half a dozen new shades every one of them pretty F the brunette there isa pale baby blue that comes in linens and the deep rich blue which is suitable for railings Then there are all the intermediate shades for the brown haired wcman enduring in a light cadet blue for the blonde Blue eminently suitable for the summer It harmonizes with the water and the ski The girl who has not much money tot spend should certainly invest in white gowns and vary them with touches of color The alluring ping or even pale blue dress is adorable while it lasts but it fader it wont wash well and every time it comes back from the cleaners it gogas d yon can alter it from year to year which is another consideration Speaking of girdles they have become a necessity in every smart tailor made You make them of the same material as the costume or else to match the trim stiffsdI ing and carefully of the figure Pimple with large waists should not wear a very wide girdle and they should remember too that any ornament wkkb breaks the horizontal1 line in the back makes the waist p sffltller Thus ti double row ol buttonsj K plkcid that the Upper ones help good dual to reduce the appareat tide tJ lt a TtorJob wJy CONJUGAL LOVE I Prom the Ancient AngloSaxon Though we boast no vast grants of antique royal donor With vain pompous titles on farm field and wood has God has given us riches and tar greater honors We have learned to be noble by first G being goodMThrough youth and old age dear in fond love excelling Well bless that bright day when we happly were wed Peace and contentment shall bless our poor dweJfngqlAnd babes smiling angels shall crown j 1 tuHymensWe shall bless Winifreda and love the dear creaturescWhose bright rosy faces are heavens j on feofj hey mirror the light of their parents own features We live in the smiles of our girl and our boy When the tyrant old Time with fierce envy transported Sends Death icy pilgrim to steal way our joys In your girls Wlnifreda once more youll be courted And Ill go awooinp ouce more in my boys HARRY B TIERKBV rT14 Y tw J Miss Celia Laven has gone to Canada spend several weeks Miss Lyda Drury is spending the wee with her sister at Greenville IndIIMiss Mary Dell Murphy has been enjoying a visit to friends in Lebanon Fred Schlang has been spending the past ten days at French Lick Springs Miss Florence Wetrick from Mansfield Ind is the guest offriends in Louisville I Mr and Mrs Len Merrimee have returned from a pleasant visit to Lebanon Mrs Edward J OBrien and children have returned from a visit to Atlantic J City Miss Mamie Higgins of Oikdale has returned horn a pleasant visit to Shepcc herdsville Miss Clara Belle OConnor is spending j the week in Parkland as the guest of her Sandso j F B Horstmau and wife have returned after a delightful ten days sojourn at French Lick Springs Mrs John T Malone and children have returned home after spending the sum mer at Bay View MichIMiss Elizabeth OBrien has returned from Pewee Valley where she was the guest of Miss Edna Murphy Judge John McCann wife und daug ter have returned from French Lic where they spent tern days City Assessor Con C Murphy and fameI ily have returned from Pewee Valley i where they spent the summer Miss Marie OBrien is home after a pleasant visit to Atlantic City and vario using Eastern points of interest Miss Mary Glenn of Oakdale lies a charming guest in the person of Miss Augusta Kieffer of Bowling Greene fromsa pleasant visit to Lexington and other I points of interest in the Bluegrass reglou Miss Nellie Beatrice Fitzgibbon of Shelbyville is the guest of her aunt Mrs T P Dignan of 1125 streetMiss Marie Murphy has returned from Pewee Valley where she was the guest of her cousins Misses Katie and Louisa Murphy William Fitzgerald of New Haven Conn spent the week here as the gu eaton of his brother Attorney James J Fitz gerald Miss Nellie Finegan will leave Tuesday to spend two weeks vacation at Nashville as the guest of the family of Michael Rooney hCon Shanahau of Tnckahoe W Va spent a few days with Mrs T R Me Cawley before returning to school at Rock Hill Moor Mrs Michaal J Hogan and children of 1225 Christy avenue have retinue j home from Indianapolis after a pleasant visit of three weeks ieMisaMayme Dutllnger of Nashville e is here for an extended visit to relatives S guestWof Miss Nellie Finegan Miss Florence Holsclaw will return Mondayafter a delightful two weeks visit to her cousins Mr and Mrs John Ridge of Cloverport Peter Sweeney the well known L dN engineer and family have returned to Louisville to reside after laving spent three years in Covington Mrs Tony Norton of Pittsburg is spending a few reeks as the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Patrick KIrley 1625 West Chestnut street Misses Elizabeth and Agnes 5tarph- ee who have Deem spending the past month at Atlantic City and other Eastern points have returned home Mrs Annie Burke and daughter Miss tiYpeaPoint Where the spent several wetks jlymchoflip Hubbnck ai1oHJ ifebbwch and wife who havV beea f adittg We i la New ttrjdDr exI pected home today and the others will arrive some time next week Miss Julia Connelly a trell known young lady residing at 150 Bullitt street gone to Ireland where she will spend two months visiting friends and relatives Mr and Mrs Charles Graviss and sonslArthur and Irving and Miss ay Ludlow returned Monday evening after a weeks stay at the French Lick SpringsMr and Mrs John Oetken have removed to New Albany preferring therand solitude of our peaceful little t sister city to the hustle and rush of Ken ckys metropolis Miss Eva Raidy entertained her euchre at her home 2538 West Main Monday evening Miss Effie streetiir Mrs Schaefer and Miss Julia were the prize Mr and Mrs winnersIIII children have pleasant visit Shelbyvllle they were the guests of Mrs Dignans sister Mrs John T Fitzgibbon Robert Emmet Welch of this city and Miss Loretta Ramp of Paris Ky will be united in matrimony at St Charles Borromeo on Thursday afternoon September 14 The Rev Father Raffo will officiate Thomas Callahan Secretary of Division A O H returned Wednesday from St Louis where he spent ten days vaca lion with his uncle and godfather John Tierney Ills father Charles Callahan arrived home from St Louis several days before the son returnedka two weeks trip to Sandusky where he has been visiting his relatives Daring his stay there he took in many points of interest such as PutinBay Kellys Island Johnsons Island Cedar Point and numerous other islands aongII the coast of Lake ErieIOn the wings of Monday morning a pretty girl baby was brought to the home of John J Sullivan Jr 1014 DeBarr avenue The baby and its mother are progressing favorably but it would be hard to tell who was most pleased Papa Jl or Grandpapa J J Trinity Council might get up a contest on their rivalry Mr and Mrs Anthony Benjamin are chaperoning a party of young ladies who have gone to Ann Arbor Mich for a stay of two weeks In the party are Misses Mary Dignan Katie Davern Julia Davern Mamie Guildhouse Katie Belle Sullivan Maggie Duffy and Mollie Costello Before returning home they will visit Niagara Falls and other points of interest Natale S Medanich and Miss Anna Zorn will be united in marriage at Holy Cross Church at 730 oclock Wednes day evening the Rev Father Bernard A Cunningham officiating Mr Medanich conducts a cafe at 3109 West Broadway The bride to be is the daughter of Mrs WalnuthlargekMiss Augusta Hlllerich and George B Feldmau will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Josephs church at 0 oclock on Tuesday maturing After a trip to Atlantic City slid the East Mr and Mrs Feldman ill begin housekeep at 1635 Southgate street where the groomtobe is engaged in the grocery business The bride to be is the charm- Ing daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Hillerich of 1423 East Washington street Miss Edna McCawley of this city and Harry Wright of Cincinnati will b united in marriage at the rectory of St Charles Borromeo church at 8 oclock on Monday evening The Rev Father Raffo Mccawleyh a sister of the will be maid honor and Percy Hickman of St Joseph Mo will be the best man After the ceremony there will be a reception at the home of the brides parents on Second street Mrs Henry Gabafer was pleasantly surprised Tuesday evening at her home Eighteenth street It was her forty fifth birthday anniversary and her friends thought it a fit occasion to celebrate Flowers and potted plants had been used to decorate the house and an elegant supper was served at 10 oclock Music and dancing finished the evenings enter tainment Among those present we Messrs and Mesdames Arthur Hawkins John Kilmire William Scherer William Sauer Frank Znemer Henry Smith David Wehalm Misses Maggie Nolaud Lena Burkel Laffel Ethel Dorsey Min ShaughjAntle Lena Gahafer Josephine Gabafer and Messrs Joe Gahafer Mike Gahafer Henry Gahafer William Hewlon George ShaughneesyEdwardGahefernndHen Gahafer GETTING WELL Master John Connors the four year of son of Martin J Connors the well known blacksmith who was painfully injured by falling from an ice wagon in front o his home 2114 Lytle street last week iis progressing favorably His left arm was fractured by the fall FAMOUS CROSS BROKEN Intense indignation has been caused in and around Athlone by the discovery that the great cross of the Scriptures at the Seven Churches at Clonmacnoise has outragey A portion of left arm crow bout- three and a half inches long and two and a half inches wide has been broken off and carried away The cross stands i the center of the magnificent pile of ruins which attract antiquarians from every country in topet ia about fifteen feet highland is covered over with the mott exquisite sculpture work pr eeatiugdidereut incidents mentioned+ in the SeclptBrw It was made ia the year 000 by Cwlnw tt theitbeB abbot of Clba a ANNUAL PICNICO- FI St Pauls R C Church AT PHOENIX HILL PARK til Labor Day MondayU sept 405 PRIZE EUCHRE AT 330 AND 815 P M iu ivl finebowlingthehandsomflt3 and 15 years will have a free chance on a gold ring or gold croSs At 615 oclock every buy attending between 3 and 15 years will have a free chance admittedtofi TICKETS 10 CTS Children Under 12 Years Fret IfIII1 HHIIHH IIIH2 SfrfrS Sfrj frfrSx s Kfr OUR BEST EFFORTS ARE DIRECTED TO BE RECOGNIZED AS Louisvilles Carpet Store Every floor is teeming with stocks that tip the acme of excel lence Our exhibition of OAJEE EXSI25I3J RUGSIs without a peer Selection quality and prices alike are strong champions for your fa- vorHUBBUCH BROSt 524 626 end 628 West Markeet Street 111 JuHH MiHHtiHHI I 1 d 3iIIHII1 HIIiIiiIHIiHiI1 1 1 1 macnoise for the tomb of King Flann and it has stood through all the centuries untouched by the ravages of time At the present moment almost every line of the delicate tracery used in its orna mentation can be distinctly followed RECENT DEATHS Mrs Sarah Elizabeth Clifford eighty years old one of the oldest and most ex emplary Catholic ladies of Louisville died at her home 1116 Seventeenth street on Sunday night and the funeral services were held at the Sacred Heart church on Tuesday morning Mrs Clif ford was born in New Jersey but bad lived in Louisville more than half a cen tury She iis survived by several chil dren Two of them J Lithgow Clifford of the Louisville Furniture Company and Will Clifford are residents of this city The deceased was a noble Christian character and het loss is mourned by many friends and acquaintances Bertha Clandiana the fouryearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward H Nobbe died on Saturday and her funeral took place from the family residence 1106 Twentieth street on Monday morning at 830 oclock and from the Sacred Heart church half an hour later The members of the Holy Angels Sodal ity attended the funeral exercises Mr and Mrs Nobbe have the sympathy of many friends in their great grief Mrs Margaret Helen Collins widow of William M Collins died at the rest deuce oi her daughter Mrs Silas Joseph 1126 Sixth street on Thursday afternoon The funeral will take place from StI Louis Bertrands church at 0 oclock this morning Mrs Collins was born in Louisville fifty years ago andresided here all her life She was held in high Threeechildren survive Many sorrowing friends extended their sympathy to Mr and Mrs William Dugan on the occasion of the death of Ida Francis Elmore The child was three years old and had reached an interesting age The funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady Portland on Tuesday afternoon Mrs Julia Danaher a lady well known in the East End died at the family rear dence 620 East Washington street last Tuesday morning The deceased is sur vived by two grown children Maurice and Miss Mary Danaher who are receiv ing many expressions of condolence on heir loss reThe funeral of James Burns who died at his home in Jeffersonville on Tuesday took place from St Augustines church on Thursday morning The deceased was a veteran citizen of Jefiersonville and was held in high respect by all who knew him AN OPPORTUNITY The attention of young men desiring to study the holy priesthood is called to the present offer made by the fathers of the Augustinian order Twentyfive free scholarships with youngdmen who have health and who believe they have a menberafof tho Order of St Augustine matchless college grounds at Villanova stands St Ritas Hall a school estab h bed for the training and education of young men for our order While here they will enjoy all the educational privi leges of Villanova College but at the same time they will have complete sepa ration from the secular students Each one will havt the exclusive use of his own room in the ball which is fitted u t with all modern conveniences It Is re aired that those who apply for this privilege will already have received benbetween he ages of fourteen and twenty lone yean They willalso be required to furnish etimoBials from competent ac tborSty of Rood previous morality All toetbkuiatter iatwt be addressed to the RevN L GeralhtYtO S Ai lIdal VJlUiwvaf11 L1 tII BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMENCING STODS7 SEPTt 3 FORTY PEOPLE Empire Burlesquers All Novelty and Surprise hiRhclass FONTAINE FERRY PARK BEST EQUIPPED SUMMER RESORT IN THE COUNTRY Open Every Afternoon and Night ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children accompanied by parents free UPTODATE ATTRACTIONS LoopScenicthe Hopkins Pavillion Theatre JABKOpen NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts THIRD STREET GARDEN F It BRUENS Prop Restaurant and Cafe Tfckd and Avery Avenues Home Phone 1633 Cumb Phone GOal PIANO BARGAINSNothing Come in and let us play for you We are glad to have all Look over our makes and prices You will also find here a splendid line of sewing machines to select from M J McCART Y 1108 WEST MARKET STREET PETER M AANDRIOT 8SO WAGONN MaNUfCIHlUR brrl4 6 ReiuM g Mi lifter Tires 285 Md 297 WEST OREENST Give year keys tut e Kaltoi tkt wUprei1 then krWia ST COLLED1I2Wj iiLta6c4 EelIGtpewiw aMhMaderateBroaamce- rr ir- i u i I irUc iii H Ttl EALBTEELJRANIEB WELL L kz RANGES St SON Market I 1 i1 111 H 1111 t t I I I I I I t I I t + t H I t HtMMJMJHWH1 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and tlTIO 1 lln6r All Calls Promptly Attended lay or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions Both 1225 W MARKET STREET 1 I 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 H tztoH 1 1 InH 1 1 1 H t H I Hi tIN 1 1 1 1 PHONE CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER S3S EKST weir STREETW- ith of I will continue undertaking business of late husband under same firm at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN Jk BARRETT 1ft t Gran W Smiths AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 t t + + + t h2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 J 1 IN 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1101 J B L H STRAUB f AND Carfsees Furnished ere I i Sbrt Notice 1 1 1 1111 2 t 1 1 1 I i Its simply a matter of intelligence if youre a one1 you will detect on i trial that Diamond Wall is the most perfect of all good kinds Why experiment with inferior quality Kentucky Wall Plasterr Go Incorporated v TELEPHONE 2267 Brisk mi River Louisville Ky h Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas I Jefftfrsonvllle Ind Telephone 665 FOURa TIlE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis r PeoriaAND AU room IK INDIANA and MICHIGAN lltol Buffalo Nsw Yirk listen1 AND ALL POINTS EAST i IttfofeMtfeita ofceerffcllT fwiilrfied ite tkw at City Ticket Offi Jffi JNJPM + or- LanrbPls J8tIIfII tj 7- a PUICKT AKK Oft WILL MfTJWJ4 QUICK MEAL GAS I Bst In The World Awarded first prize at the Louis Worlds Fair St near Second H i to Phones 365 vl lIt HOME 88 the assistance my SOBS the say the name ILI tar r TTTTTTT DANIEL JDOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Phones 2998 Carriages Furnished All Occasions All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 W Market St Bet 12th and 13th ttTyTTTlIt + HHH 11 111 TRACY BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS EMBALMERS 12 wise first our Plaster BIG Chicago i QEHER 217 Son Both 1531 W MARKET STREET 1I I I I OFFICE 8706 HOURS SUNDAYS 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANTf YOUR TEETH FIXED By men of experience at the most reasooable price DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE opp Jao C Lewis Co HENRY AAlJ1J PPULSU DYER AND GLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Pbone aoas 528 Fifth Street Old ant Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRAS8 EXCHANGEL- OUIS WAPJZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons L111 f1 I GIVE US YOUR ORDER Kentucky Irish American OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET t r I POSTPONED Is Concert and Drawing 1o Bo Given by the Ce tr I- Committee The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America met at St Mary s Hall last Friday night with Presfden- Newton G Rogers in the chair flany Veeneman reported that his committee bad visited two branches with Rood ITS suits Chairman Scbslda reported Iin behalf of the Entertafc ment Qanmi tee and urged all members to wwkfor the success of the concertand drawing Which was to have taken phce this month but which owing to the severity Of the weather has been postponed until the second IPrcdayiutflctober The members debated at some length measures ior strengthening the Cenntra- Committee 1 andthe best means of enlisting all the members of the various branches In the work of increasing the membership dfthe order CPttrick Holley an old and staunch Knight made a splendid talkam the good work that the order has done and urged all to work for its future success The Central Committee decided to meet with St Cecilias branch on Thurs day of next week Hereafter the Cen tral Committee will bald regular sessions at St Marys Hall on the second Friday of each month WELL RECEIVED The Zion William H K Red mond Is Now Touring the Country The lion William H K Redmond M P and brother of the Hon John Redmond leader of the Irish Parlia mentsry party arrived at San Francisco on TueaBay of last week Mr Redmond had been in ill health and took a trip to Australia to regain his former vigor His wife accompanied him on the long jour ney ana both were given a warm wel come by the Irish men and women of San Francisco On Wednesday evening Mr Redmond addressed a meeting of Irish Americans of the Golden Gate city and made a favorable impression on his audience Sheaving San Francisco on Sunday might Mr and Mrs Redinonr came east to Salt Lake City where he delivered lecture on Wednesday night He expects to spend at least two months in the United States and will deliver lectures at Omba Chicago Cincinnati Boston NewTTork and Philadelphia during his sojourn WHAT IS MY VOCATION At this time when vacation is drawing to a close it is a problem with many a young man what he shall be Many lssatisfiedwith the world feel1 within themselves an inspiration for a richer and higher kind of life and yearn for an opportunity of realizing their noble aspirations in one of the many fields of spiritual activity blessed and sanctioned by the holy church It is for such as these that the Christian Brothers are prepared to distribute gratis a limited number of brochures on Religious Vocations The work while treating of the religious state answers in a clear and succinct manner a number of pertinent questions that some times arise when one is thinking about becoming a religious The work bears the imprimatur Archbishop Ryan A copy will be sent free to the readers of this paper on application to Brother E Alfred Ammendale Md FONTAINE FERRY PARK Tim McMahons famous minstrel maids will be the headliners at Fontaine Ferry Park next week Those who have seen the act declare it to be one of the best in vaudeville Besides these the Rappo sisters eccentric dancers Sadie Alfarabl gymnast Barry and Hal vers sketch art Ists and McMahon and Cbappelle in a novel turn will delight the visitors to Hopkins Pavilion Notwithstanding the waning season Fontaine Ferry Park con tinues to draw large crowds dally WORTHY CAUSE The Volunteer Socials a chalrty or ganization of the Bast End gave an enjoyable picnic at Rveryiew Park Cues day for a worthy and charitable cause The affaif was wellrattenaedand quite a pice aunt of atoueywas realised Among ejaMibe erf the Volunteer Socials k ch wodltf and willing workers M jjf jtf JMtom Job Bwrjr Asa I 11 nt1 II n 1i n t f J GOOD WORK Pr ntin FAIR PRICES r SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H1- IVISION 1- Metts on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan KeetFinancial Secretary Ptfier J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerTbomas F V1abh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First end Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President Jeton J Sullivan Recording Secretary Joe Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer wen Kelran 1DlqfSION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings eft Each Month President Patrick J Welsh Vice President Patrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris 184Lytle8 lrt t Coleman SenliaelPatrick Begley SergeaatatArms John Riley DIVISION 4 Meets ontbeSecond and Fourth Wednesday Erenings of Each Month HennessyViceLynchRecording n J Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615 West Chestuu- tAssistautDave Reilly Treasurer William J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets om the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall KinneyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentMichael Breen JrFinancialTreasurer Louis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House sixthStreetPresidentiVilliam KerberftFirstViceShaugbnessySecond MorganFinancialCorresponding SecretaryF Lanaban SteltenpoblMarshalJohn Inside Sentinel John Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets IEvery Monday Evening at Club AyePresident JOConnorSecond Vice PresidentJ J Kava nafch Financial SecretaryWill P McDon ogb 1212Sixth Street Recording SecretaryJos Leniban Corresponding SecretaryJ Fabey PenaMarshalGeorge InsideSentinel Joseph Kelly Outside entinel Saml J Boldrick Sandmann and Bob Mitchell who are alwiys ally assisted by the ladies in their vicinity KENTUCKY Ou ht to Own and Maintain PalM on Which Lincoln Was Born Lincolnin lier of New York at a commissioners sale at Hodgenville on Monday The purchase price was 3600 The farm contains 110 acres and is not much more than the place iworth for farm purposes However it is worth much more as a matter of historic associations Mr Collier is willing to dispose of the prop erty to the Stateor nation for park purposes Many hold the opinion that the State should own this tract of land and beautify it as a mark of respect to toleavehisablUtywas beerdltilyof thirtyfour years a Benefit ofAmericaNewOrleansl AnthonyMitreLouis ML Neatworkt j 1 1 aK R 1f 1 I SAFE AT HOME Quartcte Prom West End En joyed Splendid Trip to the North Charles Raidy Will Sbaughncsay and Frank Deuser members of Mackin Coun cil Y M I and George Wilson have reo turned from a pleasant trip to Canada Niagara Falls and other points of inter est in the Northeast From Louisville they went to Newport Ky where they attended the sessions of the Grand Coun ell Young Mens Institute Then they went to Cleveland where they spent half a day and took a lake steamer for Buf falo From the latter city they went to Niagara Falls where the quartete saw everything that was to be seen Frank Deuser could not understand what be cameofalt the water that went over the falls and wanted to patent a scheme whereby water would disappear from a1 rapldly8sittete also visited the Hibernian picnic at Niagara Falls and enjoyed a pleasant evening They were gone two weeks bat each and all have promised stories enough concerning the trip to keep the Kentucky Irish American busy until win ter VERY SUDDEN Was the Death of Mrs T S Hogan a Well Known Ohio Lady It was with profound regret that friends and relatives in this city learned of the death of Mrs T S Hogan of Wellston Ohio which took place at her home in that city Death resulted from the bite of an insect while the esteemed lady was preparing to take her children to asum mer resort for an outing of several weeks Her husband the Hon T S Hogan was in New York but arrived homea few hours before her death She was a sister inlaw of Michael J Hogan of 1225 Christy avenue this city The Wellston Transcript pays her this tribute A beautiful Christian character loved by all admiredfor her literary and duteJ lectual attainments she was more than all the ideal wife and mother The world is poorer for her untimely end Two sons and two daughters survive her LUCKY GIRLS Miss Janey Boyle a favorite in Jeffcr sonville society circles left for Boston Monday where she expects to remain three years in completing her education While in Boston she win make her home with her paternal grandmother Mrs granddaughter week To identify each other they wore knots of blue ribbon Miss May DoyleI Miss Janeys sister will finish her course in JcflersDnville High School when she too will go to Boston to study Three years hence Miss Anna Boyle another sister will go to Boston it being the grandmothers intention to see that her grandchildren are thoroughly educated NEARING COMPLETION The ornamental work on St Angus tines church Jeflersonville which was delayed for several months has been re sumed and will be pushed to completion as speedily as possible The reverend pastor Father OConnell is looking for ward to an early dedication of the new edifice When completed the new St t Augustines will be one of the finest churches in Southern Indiana PAINFULLY INJURED Thomas Fitzgerald Jr a fifteen year old boy was struck by an L N pas sender train at Ninth and York streets on Tuesday afternoon He received pain ful injuries but is now progressing toward recovery The youth was removed to his home 1007 West Numesnil street 1CHURCH1 The Married Ladies Club of Holy Trinity church New Albany will give I the first euchre of the season at the school halt pa East Mauket near Seventh nightAn whofBaths of sea water or dissolved sea salt toninginfluencewith from three to ten times its quantity j of water aud sponged over the surface of Y the body it laverp refreshing c3u FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE 113SD Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Ste DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMA- Nrn ING COMA AJWXNCORPORATED TELEPHONE 462 LOUX TXlr7Gir KW Cumb Phone Hales 1913 s91gTrn WIEDEMANNI BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent favor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR DIERSENSBEZTelephone ONE OF THE MADEu JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN Bc J1RANK 1 WALTERS lClay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLEt KY e CB THOMPSON E ORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeftmo n SI Doth Telephone 1080 All orders receive prompt attention end satisfaction guaranteed IboysI room for fall and winter stock CHRIS J HERIN CEO W IIOIJ ND HER IN i H01AND HARNESS MAKERS Harness Made arid Repaired Howe Phone 1588 Cumb Phone 768 East 1933 BAXTER AVENUE BETWEEN HIGH LAND AND TRANSIT mr EEE1 LAMMERS DEALER IN Groceries Feed Lime Ceiint aril Goal CAFE and LUNCH jilt CailUwwiJ and WlnUr AVINUH jwt ntfHi tf gfAOt4cfycMorrw u 1L MANHATTAN RESTAURANTA- ND LUNCH COUNTERO- PEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jettern StrOTTO B YENT PrprleterH- ome Phone 4715 Cambr8s HERRMANN BROS IJtIOR1JtJ1S 1 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Slilh Street WINES LIQUORS elMS VALS SALOONNvat Hot Lunch every onrig frox lalto 1230 6clocki r 44 w GREEN tiBIT as x+ o Pioneer Bottlingf H rFOROI STRAICHT WAIT JUAAT CC J Ei Iff- 3 WUfMIAWAV u L w I vP i r 0 t1 IiCFQNTUOKY IRISH AMERIOAN THE BIG STORES Li ANNUAL FALL SALE OF MENS SUITS A Special on sale one week beginning Friday Sept 1 and ending Friday Sept 8 all wool Scotch Cassimeres and Tweeds IIFine I autumn styles and patterns I THE BIG STOREMIL- TON M MARBLESTONE CO 750 to St WeatII tPIANOSMONTENEGRORllEllM OC5SOOO xo 3wrJi AVENUE 1iIrti I I t I I I I t1 t I I I I I I I I H I 1 I I t t t t t t t t t I I1jR + tHwaoPhont 1333 WANT TO KNOW 111 HOW TO GET THE 424 434 and 141 Coffee it FRESHLY ROASTED with none of the nat coffee flavor lost by evaporation ALL that comes lGet HERE is that kind Phone a trial order for my package of 3 Ibs of F GOOD COFFEE 50c 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now 575 i 1100 Iron 1450 Bed Iron now Bed novv I i Market Street I THE THAT ALWAYS DOES THJNQB RIGHT OO HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Weektieneral- News Notes Division 1 of Providence recently held an anniversary reunion Every divisic in Rhode Island was represented at the meeting Division 3 of Providence R I wl11 initiate a class of thirty candidates to morrow The four degrees will be conferredMembers of the order at Waterbury Conn have organized a company iof Hibernian Knights At present there are thirtyfour men in the company Division 1 of Erie tendered a social reception to the Hon C C Donovan of Scranton State President of the order 011 the occasion of his recent visit Division 35 of Worcester Mass iis preparing for a big initiation in Octobe It is expected to confer the four degree on a class of not less than fifty tend datesThe various divisions of the Blackstone Valley R I have arranged a joint cele bratlon and field day for Monday A splendid list of atheletic events has been ProvidedIThe eight Rochester divisions and a11 the other divisions in Monroe count united ingiving a field day celebration last week More than 5000 person were in attendance John J OConnor State President of the order in Missouri has received notice that he has been awarded a tract of 160 acres of land in the Uintah reservation recently opened by the government Division 3 will hold its regular session on Monday night It is hoped evry member will attend as a proposition that may bring about a fall and winter series of entertainments will be presented for discussionThe divisions of Toledo Ohio have organized from their several rank a rifle company of 150 men The nev organization will be haudsomely uni formed and will be drilled by military experts The company will be known as the Hibernian Riflemen The Ladies Auxiliary will hold a reg ular meeting on Wednesday evening when preparations for the parcel party to be given Wednesday evening September 27 will be completed The Auditing Committee will meet at Miss Rose Sweeneys residence on Monday evening A pleasing feature of the Gaelic con cert at the Catholic Summer School al Cliff Haven last week was the presenta don to the school of a handsome silk Irish flag of immense proportions The flag was donated by the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the presentation speech was made by National President James E Dolan The Right Rev Bishop Conaty of Los Angeles Catwas the guest of honor at a recent meeting of Division 1 San Fran cisco At an opportune moment Pres- Ident OBrien in behalf of the division presented his Lordship with a traveling bag furnished to the minutest detail Bishop Conaty made a brief address of thanks and promised to ask His Holiness Pius X for his apostolic blessing for the liviiou Division 1 of New Albany will give a series of euchres at Holy Trinity Hall on Market street near Seventh during the fall and winter months The first of the series will be held on Tuesday night September 12 The Committee on Ar rangements is made up of Messrs John P Wiun PA Connor Pat Kennedy James OHara and James Hill Members of Louisville divisions and of the Ladles Auxiliary are cordially invited BROUGHT BRIDE HOME M J Nugent the local manager of the iHckensdetfer Typewriter Company has turned to Louisnlle from Rochester NYf whither he fwent last week to oc united in matrimony His Jride was PdJai MaryGreHughe young lady popular in Catholic eocl YIn Rochester Thecerem6nYd performed on Wedae lay oralngof last weerby the Rev ether James A Hickey An exceptioni- lly pleMlng progra ime pee rendered urlng the nuptial fltww The bride wore Po n Dr S7SS rf I 1600 Iron Bed 1500 I STORE a handsome gown of white silk voile trimmed with point de Paris lace The bridesmaids were Miss Pauline Goler of Rochester and Miss Gertrude Brang of Detroit The grooms attendants were Marvin Crippen and Edward Kammc A wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride after which Mr and Mrs Nugent started for Louisville On reaching Louisville the happy couple were given a warm welcome by friends of Mr Nugent GREATLY ELATED Are Members of Trinity On Account of Preferment of Its Favorites Trinity Council Y M I met in regular session Monday night Those present regretted to learn that John M HenI nessy one of its oldest and most enterprising members was at the point of death William Boasting and C J Stuecker were also reported on the sick list The special Entertainment Con mittee announced that a smoker had been arranged to take place on September 11 when plans for the new clubhouse would be submitted First Vice President Bell presided in the absence of President Cooney who iiIs enjoying a vacation Mr Bell calle upon the delegates to the Grand Council to report the proceedings at that body Messrs Albert F Martin Joseph Bell Grand Director Garvey and Past Gram President Kelly all made addresses iin which they described what took place at the recent meeting at Newport Former Grand Secretary George JJJ tautz of Mackin Council made a brie address inviting Trinitys members to attend Mackins twelfth anniversary The invitation was accepted with thanks Members of the council were jubilant over the fact that Trinity was so wen represented in the Grand Council It now has Albert F Martin as Grand Vic President and Tom J Garvey as a mem ber of the Board of Grand Directo- rsTHEATRICAL The Empire Burleaquera will begin a weeks engagement at the BuckIngham Theater tomorrow afternoon In additio to an excellent vaudeville bill an attractive specialty feature of the enter inment will be the Esquimaux ballet which will introduce wonderful light end scenic effects and catchy music There rill be a matinee every day in the week That perennially popular minstrel star- Al G Field and his aggregation of singers and funmakers will begin a two nights engagement at Macauleys Theater on Monday night The appearance ofI Mr Field and his troupe will serve as- the formal ppening of MacauleyaThea ter for the seasoD Sky Farm a modern drama by Edward E Kidder will be presented by a competent company and with all the original scenery at the Masonic Theater next week The engagement will begin with a special Labor day matinee on Monday afternoon SINCERBANDHEARTV THANKS The brilliant result of our orphans festival on Wednesday August 23 prompts ns to extend our thanks to all who have in any manner contributed toward making it so great a success We thanr each and every member of the variops committees who served and especially the ladiesI assisting at the affair and inspiring all others with their great enthusiasm We thank all firms and persons who made donations to the ladies ni their collection tour We thank the aubensbote Record Kentucky Irish American Louisville Anzelger and the- daily papers for their free advertisements i and local notices We thank all who vilted the iestiyal and especially the igliah and Gennan clergy so many of whom honored us with their presence ST JOSEPHS PRPHANS Socistv FHANK A GKUSR President HliRRV Bos s JR Vice President fljTaNARD J GBBEK Rec Secretary HiJNRY Hi FRKNKB din Secretary MliTtHKWI PO CHINGR Treasurer AIfof turpentine ended t- oeachrt of Uich will give it a glow 1 o prtvMt tlu iron from sUckipg J Uu U onlth- ird I 4I Metal floori 1000I onI nov1100I Market Street IRELAND Record of the flost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Longford Agricultural Society show proved highly successful Recent storms have seriously damaged the crops in the north of Ireland The officers of the French fleet were entertained at several functions ip DublinGreat success attended the annual show of the County Wicklow Agricultural Society at Rathdrutn The Rev Father John Conway of the Limerick diocese was drowned wh e bathing at Ballybunion Letters from 137 urban centers were t read at the recent executive meetingiof the Town Tenants Association held Iin DublinSister Mary Xavier whose golden jubilee was celebrated several months ago died recently at the Convent eof Mercy Ballina The Archbishop of Tuam presiding at a meeting of teachers in that town severely criticised the recent action of the National Board of Education- A large and fashionable audience attended the opening of St Jarlath bazaar to raise funds for the erection can Archepiscopal residence at Tuam Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia visited the Christian Brothers school at Thurles and was presented with aa address to which he made an eloquent reo spouseThe venerable Archdeacon Kilkenny- of Claremorris kas been unanimously reelected Chairman of the County May Committee for Agriculture and Technical InstructionHis e the most Rev Bishop Clancy of Elphin preached the panegyric of St Dominic in the church of the Holy Saviour Dublin on dSt Dominics day James Camerton senior science teethe at the Christian Brothers school Cork has been unanmously elected principal and teacher of science by the Limerick City Technical Education Committee Patrick Barry formerly a member of Parliament from the city of Cork andI for fifteen years a member of the Cork Corporation died last week Mr Barry fought under General Phil Sheridan it the American civil war and sounded the charge at the battle of Bull Run D D Sheehan M P addressed his MidCork constituency recently and it explanation of his absence from Parlia went stated that he was endeavoring tc advance Mr OBriins policy In doing that he said he believed he was doing better work for Ireland than he could do in the House of Commons I COMING FAST Our Friend Michael Relchert Is Now AdJntant General Adjutant General Michael Reichert reo turned to the city Tuesday from Chicago there he attended a convention of the officers and members of the Uniformed Rank Catholic Knights of America He sports that the convention was a frand icceca in all its details Supreme Pres Ident Gaudin of the C K of A and apreme Trustees Wallratb and Yeager were in attendance Adjt Gen Reichert was highly complimented for the very itive part he took in the debates and I histalk on Sunday afternoon gave him- an excellent opportunity to elaborate on- the history of the order Much of the success of this convention bdue to the untiring energy of Major cneral Kadesld the officer command- Ing The supreme officers of the Uni formed Rank expect to visit Louisville soon and when they arrive it is hoped that they will find several uniformed companies of the knighto here under command of Gen Reich ert After the invention all the delegates except Gen R=ichert took a trip to Milwaukee For jelly take an rqualemboriiol fruit I Juice Bad ingar Heat the sugar in the ov a before aOdiBg the juice n i H H tt tt tt tt HH WASTEFULThe no more wasteful than the one who throws away money Are you throwing away money You are if you are not buying Fur niture Carpets and Household Neo essities at GREENES425 to 429 East Market StILOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS IRON BEDSA big line handsomely made and durable from 200 t- ipMATTINGA large 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