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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k 1w 1I i KENTucKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XVILNO Ik LOUISVILLE SATpRDAY JULY 281906 PRICE FIVE CLN CHILDREN Reared Under Religious and Moral Conditions Seldom Go Wrong Cardinal Gibbons Deplores tile Lack of Perfect Fam fly Life Remedy For Both Corporate and Social Evils Lies in tile Home SPEARS OF THE RECENT SCANDALS The New York Evening World inter- Viewed Cardinal Gibbons last week and from its copyrighted article the following interesting parts were taken Cardinal Glbbns is taking a rest in the Shlnnecock Hills where he spends his time as far as It can be spared from religious duties walking and driving with Bishop Foley of Detroit and Father Duffy of Brooklyn The bracing air and rest are doing him a world of good and his step was quick and firm as a boys as he walked up the steps of St Andrews rectory where he is the guest of Father OHara Your Eminence 4 Half way up the steps he turned his face alight with the big soul behind those clear gray eyes Here was somebody who might need him and he was ready That Is characteristic of the Cardinal He responds to every call He stood there In the last of tho evening sunshine smiling patiently while the reporter explained his ere rand Bishop Foley stood uneasily at the Cardinals side almost urging him to escape the Interviewer by flight and Father Duffy was visibly disturb ed but His Eminence kindly consent ed to just one question no more Just one question What mould It be to cover all the field What is the remedy for the social and civic un healthfulness that is giving occupa tion now to so many muckrakers was asked That Is comprehensive said the Cardinal I would rather attempt to answer a dozen specific questions but I think I may answer this by saying that when the sanctity of the mar riage tie and the obligation of family relations are iflore fully realizedT and religious training in the family be comes more general we may look for better conditions Dissect these ques tions as we may we are forced back again and again to the same conclu eion moral and religious training in the family Is essential and just as it is neglected do these evils increase By civic evils we refer to corporate greed financial Immorality and offi cial infidelity as In the case of the in surance crimes and the group of crimes broadly classified as graft I do not know enough of the facts in the packing house scandals to Include them in this generalization but generally speaking this class of evil Is due to a lack of conscience as applied to corporate acts A man will excuse much in his corporation which his conscience would condemn In himself Corporate conscience is negative It minimizes responsibility and multi plies and magnifies excused A rudimentary moral sense will keep a man from stealing his neighbors goods but the moral sense must be educated to see moral wrong sin and crime in the unconscionable acts of a corporation There has been of late a great awakening of what Is called the public conscience This has given rise to much broad liberal discussion of prevalent abuses and their causes fixing the responsibility and often dis closing criminality and Is doing much to remedy these abuses and bring business morality back to the point of safety This is at least my hope 1 believe I can see a decided tendency In that direction Public discussion brings understanding and men who have been blind to the wrongs of cor porte crimes have had their eyes open ed They now see much that they could not see before I believe the secret of the great increase of suicides Is due to a lack of religious training I An awakening to the sense of respon sibility overwhelms a man whose moral courage has not been fostered by religious home training He has Hot the sustaining force which a sense of the sanctity of his own obligations Would give This moral cowardice prompts him to take refuge In death tram responsibilities which he has not been trained to assume and discharge This is business morality Social morality depends upon something more The family which is the foundation of society is the source to which we must look for its purifica tion The great crimes and scandals jvhlch are now exciting so much com 4tTentcan be traced directly to a lack in the family relations Until the sanctty of family ties is more gen ally recognized I see little hope for iii provement The p inclpal obligation of the family is the religious education of tIle youn the importance of which 1is apparent With it everything may be accomplished Without it we may have great awakenings we may have a genera revival of public conscience but rela ses will come again Because the faun atlon is lacking I cannot agree w th Judge Connorton in hisi declaration that marriage Is the great remedy or crime Thaw White and those people in Plttsburg were all married It Is not marriage but recognition of the sanctity of the mar rlale reltlon and its obligations tha must curie these terrible evils Mos of the putridity of private character r as disclosed In the relations of courtsI blithe peas grows tot family re U latloBB With false standards and with 11 + u I 0n out religion and not from a lack of family relations Returning to the civic side of the question it may be asked why it I see such close relations between the morality of business and religious training In the family I did not join the Policy Holders Committee in its efforts to do away with the scandalous conditions that prevail In these com panics I was reluctant to decline the place offered me on that committee but I believe that the questions involved are very intimately associated with great and vital matters of finance With such I am not sufficiently familiar to enable me to judge fairly should doubt arise and I felt that my best course was to decline which 1 I have done My resignation has been received by the committee and reluctantly accepted The whole matter Is in good hands now and I trust and believe will be worked out wisely Now I have answered your question as fully as I may No man can give a remedy for the evils of the day but I believe as I have said the remedy lies In strengthening the family which Is the foundation stone While he talked the prelate was almost like one communing with him self and no report taken from memory alone could render into words the beauty of his diction or translate the vibrant inflections of his voice He declined to answer tiny further questions smilllngly referring to the original promise one question only Asked if there is a possibility of the appointment of another American Cardinal he stopped just as he was turning to enter the house slowly stroked his chin looked up at the sky a second and then said Who knows His Holiness alone can say what ought to be done What ought to be will be done In due time FEDERATION National Convention Repre sents Fully 1506000 Catholics Tomorrow morning In St Josephs Cathedral at Buffalo the American Federation of Catholic Societies will open the fifth national convention with Pontlflcial high mass Fully 600 delegates will be In attendance and among these will be Archbishops Bishops eminent clergymen and many of the highest lights of the laity represent- Ing no less than a million and a half of Catholic citizens of all nationalities Bishop Colton will be the celebrant of the mass and Bishop Canevin of Pittsburg will pre ch the sermon In the afternoon the clergy and dele gates will be escorted to the conven tion hall where at a mass meeting ad dresses ofwelcome W11L be delivered by Bishop Colton Mayor James Adam and President Smith of the Erie County Federation Responses will be made by Archbishop Messmer Bishop McFaul and President Mina han Mass meetings willMIso be held Monday and Tuesday nights Business seslons will be held each day and following the adjournment Wed nesday afternoon and evening there will be a social gathering and luncheon at the Villa Main and Jefferson streetsDuring the convention sessions all the important questions of the day such as divorce socialism Indian and other schools libraries etc will be discussed the list of speakers includ ing Hon D J Kenefick Judge of tho New York Supreme Court Hon Nicholas Gonner of Dubuque Iowa and National President Mlnahan Hon Bourke Cochran who was to have delivered an address on Catholic citizen ship is In California for his health and cannot be present His place will be taken by the Rev Francis Clement Kelly of Laper Mich the energetic President of the Church Extension Society who will lecture on The Dream of Equality One of the main subjects before the convention will be the advisability of uniting with the Federation the work of the Volks vereln whose object is the reestab lishment of Christian order in society by means of a campaign of education a work favoredsby the Holy Father THe Apostolt Delegato Archbishop Glennon Archbishop Rlvordan Bishop Fox Right Rev Innocent Wolf 0 S B and many others extend the Federation sincere good wishes and blessing and hopes for Its great suc cess DESERVES ASSISTANCE St Michaels Church Outing Should Receive Liberal Support The annual picnic for the benefit of St Michaels church will take place next Wednesday on the St Vincent Orphan Asylum grounds In Clifton Those attending the picnic will no only have a pleasant outing but will also feel gratified that they are help Ing a deserving charity as the mittees in charge are making a earnest appeal to the Catholic public to assist them in raising a nice sum for the church Tickets already sold for the picnic at Whallen Park where it was originally Intended to hold it will be honored at the Orphan Asylum grounds next Wednesday HAPPILY WEDDED One of the prettiest weddings of the season was that solemnized Wednes day morning at the Dominican church when Miss Anna Morgan and William Swift were united in the holy bonds of wedlock at a nuptial mass by the gatherling and afterwards assembled at the home of the brides parents to tender ooh ret couple Mr and Mrs Swift have gon to housekeeping on Dumesull street where they will be pleased to receiveI theirl frittti 1 iJ l G a ANTIDOTE For the Poison of Socialism Is PaulsSociety RevDrSchuhmannsEloquentAddress Mooting Society Admirably Adapted to tile Character of tile Times THE RIGHT HARD OF THE PASTOR Following Is the eloquent address of the Rev Father Schuhmann delivered last Sunday afternoon at the general meeting of the St Vincent de Paul Society Dear Vlncentlans you celebrate to day your great annual feast of your patron saint St Vincent de Paul and your celebration of the festival this year assumes an unusually striking character From all parts of the city you were Joined this morning In the great sacrament of love the Holy Eucharist for St Paul says Wo being many are one bread one body all who partake of the bread which he declares is the partaking of the body of the Lord and this in a church dedicated to St Vincent de Paul himself You have come here this afternoon to review your work of the last quarter and you find many good works added to those of the thousands of your brethren throughout the world and the work of the last quarter is added to the Immense and untold good performed by the society In the many years of Its ex istence The society has lived for many years and spent Its life profitably and fruitfully and the question now arises as to the societys place In modern times Is It still adapted to the needs of our day Your hearts I answer such a question with contempt for you are assured that your society has not outlived itself but is pre eminently adapted to the needs of modern days I am going to put to gether a few considerations that mayII help to confirm your convictions and tend to show that your hearts are right This society of St Vincent do Paul Is for the present times for I this active energetic strenuous work t Ing present Men today ask for works I and results The employer asks tho heads of his departments or branches for results and not for beautiful j theories of how to conduct a business concern and not for loud professions of their capacity and honesty ho insists that they show their advances and gains in dollars and cents The spirit of the day without saying whether it is right or wrong seems to be that an Idea is not good until it I proves Itself by working out good re sults The test of a prinlcple seems I to be its application In everyday practical I life just as a tree is good that brings forth good fruit This is a bad day for theories and abstractions And that Is where your society comes in and meets this spirit fairly and squarely and says If you do not believe me believe my works Nothing impresses the world as it is constituted today so much as proving by your wrong Since then the religiously In centuries ago sought to mutilate the church by teaching that faith alone without good works saves That was wrong ISnce then the religiously in different world has swung around to the opposite error and would have It that good works without faith save That is also wrong The Catholic Church always maintaining the golden mean of truth contends that faith with good works saves and the St Vincent de Paul Society helps the Church to satisfy this urgent clamor for works by not only preaching charity but also practicing charity From this alone I consider your society eminently adapted to the needs of the day More than ever before a hearty cooperation of clergy and laity is felt to be a need of the day and your society promotes that fellowship That part of the work for souls that laymen can do you preform under the direction of your clergy thus saving to priests the time and affording them ampler Opt portunities of using their endeavors Infields specifically their own By the reports I have heard in this meeting I have no doubt that you can lay strong claims in a great many in ofyoureyes Your society is also a protest against the exorbitant love of money tootday You preach against the covetous craving for money by parting with it freely willingly and generously In the younyour your last wills and testaments Your protest may bo a cry in the wilderness but by all God fearing persons It is greeted with delight as a human voice is hailed with joy by some lone I dustbegrimed traveler In the oppres sive silence of a vast desert or by some explorer in the icy wastes of the Polar regions Your society also satisfies the fancy of the day for what is known as organized charity about which we hear 90 much at present that charity alas which in so many instances doles out its help by algebra and statistics that would put the needy on a payroll without that sympathy and brotherly feeling that should accompany the gift and would uplift the helpless with as much feel ing as it would repair an old broken machine You boQever strive aftex kindgallethings 6ellevethall things and does not help1 another merely to keep him from doing harm to you or the corn m y ryc munity but that he may not do harm to himself lovjw him because God loves him bccaijfco he is your brother in Christ j Again many seen observers fear that the great impending evil to civilization is socialism that theory by which all things should be in com monall enterprises of religion of family of individual ownership bo wiped out This plan has a wide following in Europe and is gaining a foothold In some of our larger North ern cities Here it is that your St Vincent de Paul Society in its quiet way throws its brigades and divisions across the road by which this spirit of anarchy and of the most galling tyranny would stalk into our communi ties Socialism gains its strength be cause it presumes to be an antidote to selfishness it promises a universal brotherly feeling and holds out the prospect of making the rich divide with the poor But your society preaches that we are caretakers of one another and bears aloft on its banners the motto of St Paul which if fulfilled would solve all our social problems Bear jyo one anothers bur dens You enforce the doctrine that no one owns his property absolutely but is under God a Steward of what God has lent him that We must alle viate our brothers needs and wants visit and care for him in sickness seek to uplift him fn prisons and reformatories be always willing to divide with him our time and bread all this however with every respect and reverence ifor those ancient fundamental bedrock principles upon which our civilization has rested these thousands of yearsthe rights of re ligion of family pf private ownership So I greet your society as a quiet but effective antidote to this poison of socialism which would put us even to tho minutest details of our dally life under the tyranny of the majority Then again my friends the air is full of demoncracy and when I speak of democracy I am not referring to what is known as the Democratic party but to the feeling that all are alike It seems to be the effort in every community to level everything downward as well as upward and every man seems disposed to say I am as good as my neighbor The St Vincent do Paul Society says If It is true that you are as good as your neighbor it is also truo that your neighbor is as good as you Thus it builds up an allsided true democracy and builds this democracy on the safest deepest foundation of our equalitythe immortal soul You over look his nationality his color his age his financial and social standing and look straight to his soul and value your neighbor by the great price which our Lord Jesus Christ paid for it You commingle rrich and poorthe rich trying to acquire to a greater ex tent the virtues of the poor their simplicity of llfethelr cheerfulness of disposition their great fund of sympathy while the poor in their turn seek to acquire in a greater measure the selfrespect and laudable ambitions of the rich and thus com mIngling you seek to acquire the virtues of one another nDd tP anothers fallings antbe bfry your justice in the favor of Almighty God who is no respecter of persons- I find that your society is oven modern in its methods It has long ago adopted the most modern tactics of politics It appreciates the supreme advantages of personal contact You do not erect some central bureau to which the needy may come in an ananymous way but you send out your workers to tho individuals It makes the mambers acquainted with tho circumstances and needs of that half of the world the other half knows so little Go to see a person on a mis sion such as is yours and you cannot help becoming in the hands of God an instrument for uplifting your brother in Christ It is personal con tact that strengthens tho faith of others and your faith and love must be brought like a torch into touch with the individuals to set their hearts on fire with the love of God The poll tician of today who would sit near his rolltop desk In a revolving chair and only issue public cards from his headquarters will find on electionday that he has been worsted by his op ponent who had made a personal can vass had chatted and shaken hands with each of his constluents Our Lord said Go and tech preach to every creature Lastly in a higher sense and for the sanctification of your souls I find your society admirably adapted to the char acter of the times To save your souls you must know and love God Now one of the most distressing obstacles to our knowledge and love of God is the great number of distractions that beset us and are so apt to stifle the thought of God The luxuries of life are so much more abundant today that a plain workingman lives more sumptuously than did the counts knights and barons of old An ordi nary man at his breakfast table with his newspaper learns more of the news of the world the day after it happens than the old Roman Emperors with their cohorts and legions could obtain in a weeks or even a months time Everything is placed before us to tickle our fancy to pander to our curiosity to tempt our appetites and amid all this It becomes sometimes so very easy for the ordinary man to fprget God and not to think of Him and hence not to love Him In your society you have next to the sacraments one of the promptest methods a shortcut as it were to the knowl edge and love of God To the charitable God reveals himself quickly do acts of charity and you will as if in a flash and by intuition gain an absorbing knowledge of God In the gospel of Easter Monday we are told that two disciples of our Lord were walking with Him towards Emmaus and their eyes were held that they should not know Him They discussed the Scriptures with Him but did not know Him But as St Gregory the Great reminds us when these disciples Invited our Lord whom they knew not Stay with us because it is towards evening and He broke bread with th 1ntheireye were opened and our Lord manifested Himself to them If you will love your neighbor as God loves him you will love God as God loves Yon NEW MEN Are Placed at the Head of tile Ancient Order of Hiber nians Slakes Many Important Recom hiondatlons and Assists Frisco President Prepare a National Plan For Insurance ef Members INDIANAPOLIS GETS CONTENTION PresidentMatthew J Cummings Boston Vice PresidentJohn J Regan St PaulSecretaryJamesi T Carroll Colum busTreasurerJohn F Quinn Jollet WashingtonPhUadelphiaRevLafayetteMajorJohn T Kelly Milwaukee President Miss Arona Emalla Penn sylvania Vice PresidentMrs Mary Me Carty Massachusetts SecretaryMiss Du Ross New York TreasurerMrs Daly Minnesota Tho national convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at Sara toga concluded its business last Satur day anti adjourned to meet at Indianapolis which city was chosen for the convention two years hence The impression left by the delegates was most favorable the general expres sion being given in the following The men and women who have been our visitors during the week have been representative of the order throughout the country and represent ative of the best among the citizens of the great American nation In their executive deliberations they have given evidence of earnestness of pur pose sobriety of parliamentary con duct and a harmony of Interest and brotherly spirit that such large bodies rarely show In their means of recrea tion and pleasure they have been rational and most appreciative of all that Saratoga had to offer It Is no fulsome praise to admit that Saratoga has never before entertained a convention of such magnitude which has given such satisfaction It is a plain statement of general public senti mentMessrs Martin Cusick and John Mulloy who represented the State and County Boards arrived home Tuesday night both pleased with the work of the convention but somewhat disappointed over the defeat of Presi dent Dolan who lacked only five votes of reelection for a third term Alder man George J Butler who made a splendid record as a member of the National Board of Directors declined to serve another term although as sured of his election The new officers are able men and Kentuckys delegates feel sanguine that they will con tinue the grand work of their predecessors The real business of the convention did not begin until Wednesday after noon when the Credentials Commit tee reported seating 350 official dele gates There were a number of able and forceful addresses notably those of Dr Shahan of the Catholic University Father Thomas Harty of Ireland Dr Martin of Baltimore FatherCaraher of San Francisco and Father Flanagan of Ireland Con gratulatory telegrams and letters were received from Hon Frank Watchter Inviting the next convention to Balti more Rev John Talbot Smith Presi dent of the Catholic Summer School Anthony Matre National Secretary of the Catholic Federation Monsignor OConnell Rector of the Catholic University of American Hon James K McGuire and others After the reports of the officers had been read votes of thanks were tender ed Congressmen Driscoll Brick and Cochran and Senators Knox and Wet more for their efforts in behalf of the Barry monument bill It was also voted that the Barry Monument Com mittee be continued to act in an ad visory capacity on the commission appointed to select a site and a suitable design for the statue Thursday the committees began reporting and the statement that the Committee on Appeals and Grievances had no business before it was received with applause The convention recom mended that the various States and counties appoint committees to take up the matter of the abuse pf Irish names and that Influence be put forth to promulgate the names of Irish saints martyrs and patriots Also that tho National President be em powered to prepare a national plan of Insurance for submission to the next convention The convention extended greetings to their brethren in Australia and declared that the A 0 H in America Is not federated or affiliated with any or ganization in Great Britain or Ireland nor will it do so until complete and satisfactory proof Is received that perfect unity and harmony exists The recommendation that the National Board continue the Work begun and extending the order in the Philippines Mexico South America British Columbia and the Northwest Territory was concurred in Provision was made for compilation of three lessons for the ritual to be ready not later than July 11907- Favorable action was taken on President Dolans recommendations which provide that short discussions of Irish history be obligatory at meet- Ing for the appointment of a his torian by the division to select suit able matter for reading and discus O s lion that officers and members use their best efforts to Induce library boards to have Irish history iIn theirrespectlvoable prizes for study In Irish history Encyclopediaport There were but few changes made in the laws and these were only of minor importance After National Treasurer OBrien regardingthemoneysforwardedFather Caraher County Chaplain of San Francisco was Introduced and in touching language told of the results of the appalling disaster and the condition in which it had left the people and closed his address with a strong plea for assistance which was quickly granted the convention adopting n plan whereby it is hoped to speedily raise about 100000 for the sufferers The election of officers took place Friday night when an allnight session was held and on Saturday the new National Board of Directors met and organized Indianapolis won the next convention without trouble and the choice of the Hoosier capital will meet with universal approval The convention of the Ladies Auxiliary was also productive of good results The most Important legisla tion related to the funds of the order which will hereafter be kept in the treasury of the auxiliary VERY BUSY Were the Members of Mackin Council Last Tuesday Night Members of Mackin Council had a very busy night Tuesday when three new members were elected two reported favorably and three more ap plications received This was In a measure due to the membership con test now being waged by teams head ed by Ben Reed and James Mullarkey which have got down to earnest work The contest will close with the big initiation on Sunday September 9 the day preceding the anniversary celebra tion For the latter a special committee is arranging a euchre and dance and will invite some speaker of prominence to deliver an address for the occasion Letters of thanks wero sent Mrs Catherine Hoerter and Ed ward Putz for donations to the library and the council voted to assist the Catholic Womans Club at the lawn fete Wednesday James Shelly spoke on the respect due parents from children and was given the closest at tention many saying his address was the best heard thus far this year Other addresses were delivered by John Carr and Dr Michael Casper who recounted his observations in Boston and New York City President Raidy announced that Hon A J Blzot and Frank P Burke of the Ken tucky Irish American would be the speakers for Tuesday evening August 7 The questions to be discussed next Tuesday will be on the Rosary and its origin and use and the Scriptures and their interpretation Chairman Robert Burke reported that the subject selected for debate between Mackin Council and Sarto Council of Owensboro was Is the World Growing Morally Worse This event will occur in Mackins large hall on Sunday September 16 when the Owensboro Council will run a charter ed train to bring its members to this city At a special meeting of Mackin to be held August 8 the subject will be discussed and from the speakers Macklns representatives will be chosen GILMORE Hon Henry Wattersons Trib ute to Famous Irish- Bandmaster Hon Henry Watterson editor of the CourierJournal paid a handsome tribute to Patrick Sarsfleld Gilmore Speaking at New York at a dinner he saidWhich of us cannot still hear the strains of the Boulanger March or the Star Spangled Banner making a monkey of the waves and winds while the battery parked along the flowerbeds outside joined the resistless en core Patrick Sarsfleld himself tower- Ing over all a very sea god newly risen from the vastt jeep another Lo hen rin come to dazzle and amaze yet good for Garry Owen and Yankee Doodle for he was an Irishman with all the Celtic gifts of variety and could make those bellowing instruments as gentle and tuneful reeds and viols to murmur the spring notes of Mendelssohn and now and then do a stunt from Beethoven and Schubert not un worthy of Thomas and Seidl He was an honorable and unrlgbt man as he was a princely man and when the people of the United States remember the debt they owe him they will rally to the support of this movement Inaugurated here today where he showed New Yorkers the glory of New York as the city of the summer sea a glory shared by no other city in tho worldLOOKS LIKE MARTIN From expressions of opinion heard around the different Y M I council halls recently It looks as if President At Martin of Trinity Council will be chosen as Grand President of the Ken tucky jurisdiction on the first ballot at the convention which will be held In Frankfort August 20 and 21 Mr Martin has been a faithful and con sistent member of the Y MI and during his term as Grand Vioe Presi dent has freely given his time and ex pense in visiting the different coun cite In the jurisdiction and the sent meat pervading among the members and delegates is that he should be justly awarded and his faithfulness recognized by being elected Grand PresWeat Without vppposltloa f f I VINGENTIANS Turn Out In Great Numbers and Observe Feast of Patron Was Encouraging to tile Clergy and Edifying to the Laity- TwentyFive Now Members Received at tile General Meeting 4 MOST SOON SEEK LARGER HILL St Vincent do Paul the great apostle of charity must have looked sweetly and benightly down upon them last Sunday morning as so many Englishspeaking and German speaking Vlncentlans gathered together for the first aime In the his cityingathered in the name of universal charity In the interest of charity for the needy and In a spirit of mutual charity for one another laying aside for the time the minor distinctions of nationality that geography and his tory have produced among them As early as 7 oclock men were seen ap proaching St Vincent do Pauls church from all directions all for the purpose of making the annual visita tion to the Holy Eucharist When the Rev Father Theme began the mass half an hour later every pew in the spacious edifice was filled to its un most capacity and large numbers of men were compelled to stand through the entire service Tho altars were abalze with lights and laden with hand some decorations and the music of the mass was rendered by a splendid choirAfter the Gospel Rev Father Thome the pastor In a short but able sermon welcomed tho 800 members present to St Vincent de Pauls r church He said their work of the morning was encouraging to the clergy and edifying to the laity and set an example that all Catholics should follow In concluding he in voted all to remain and partake of a breakfast that had been prepared by the ladles of tho congregation After the mass the members werfl4J by the Very Rev Louis G u and then the prayers were recite Upon leaving the church all preceded to the large hall adjoining where an ample breakfast was served by the ladles under the direction of President Henry Harprlng For members of the St Vincent de Paul Society it was a happy morning and one ever to bo rememberedLong 3 oclock the time set for the general meeting to convene in the afteroon the seating capacity of St Francis Hall at the Cathedral had been overtaxed and lines of members stood around the walls andjn the back part of the hall With an attendance of this character on a warm afternoon In summer It indicates that the society shall soon have to seek a larger meet Ing hall The assemblage was called to order by President James Campbell and opened with prayer by the Spiritual Director Rev Father Rock of the Cathedral Skflie twentyfive new members were Hhred into tho socIety throughout j ports of conferences war which came the ref ilttees on special vt the School of Reform and Jail Committees proved very Interesting H reived with applause President Campbell took occasion to thank the Rev Father Thome and the AConferencewhich they had been received at that church in the morning when it was estimated by competent judges that nearly 800 members of the society in this city had received holy communion The President next introduced Rev Father Schuhmann the principal speaker of the afternoon whose spendid address appears else where in this issue in full At tho close of Father Schuhmanns remarks the Rev Father Rock was called upon to say a few words and s later the Rev Vicar Generat Father Cronin of St Patricks briefly ad dressed the meeting correcting the Impression that the young men were taking the place of the old ones citing an instance of a member eightyfour years of age In St Patricks con ference who rarely missed a meeting Rev Louis G Deppen suggested a line of work which the members could take up in the future and the meeting was then brought to a close by the Spiritual Director Among the cler present at the meeting was Rti Father Desire Miller of East St Lou who though but recently ordain takes d great Iinterest in the work the St Vincent de Paul Society Tomorrow morning the officers the Particular Council will pay arl- to the flourishing conference at I Louis Bertrands church which Is cp ceded to be one of the best working bodies in Louisville LAWN peTe A lawn fete that promises much pleasure for patrons as well as social and financial success will be given on the grounds adjoining St Philip Nods church Floyd and Woodbine 6n Monday and Tuesday evenings August accomplished and the proceeds will be used to assist him in his good work Messrs Patrick J McCarthy and John J Qaltrey have eharge of the arrangement iurpiiiptprovlaloafor A u- l f i1NT OKY IRISH AJ RIOAN TIMY IRISH flMERlGftN1 1111LNNLIINLMNM the Moral end Social Advancement of all Iriafc Americana UCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS RIP110N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY IIC Entered at she Lontstllle Postofflce u SecondClass Matter iittl Conoinnlcsilons the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green SUett TRA0E5UN10N COUNCIL 19061oolsvlLLBPRETTY STRONG Winchester is near Lexington and this fact prompts the Democrat of the former city to say that othing daunted by losing the State fair the Lexington people have resolved to have one which tfiall be the biggest ever Owing othe fact that the grounds can not be had until the week of the State fair and the fall races begin the following week the fair will be held the same week as the State fair and we predict Lexington will have the better fair of the two That is putting it pretty strong to say the least but after all there is room for two L HURRAH FOR TILE MEN OF WEXFORD So says the Catholic Union and Times and so say we all Of the thirtytwo counties in Ireland Wexford can claim the grand dis ttinction of being the first to have rung the deathknell of landlordism Its every acre during the past year has been brought under the conditions of the Land Purchase act and now the peasants have at last come into their own What a 4 sufm fe ring the galling chains of prison life SNore he would like another Lincoln knock the shackles from the ankles of the Irish peasantry How Davitt must have rejoiced to see the fruition of a work once deemed impossible Now what county will be next Tewill dare be last when eat roll call is trumpeted Nineteen hundred six is the date of a Waterloo for the gigantic arrogance t of a landlordism that bloated and drunken wobbled like a duck on a wet day over the rich fields of the golden vale or as the proprietor fenced the exquisite beauties of Eriqs landscape be it the graceful arches of Muckross raised on the shoulders lIfof our faith or the p fliajfstic pillars of the Giants Qauseway chiselled in the thou sands by the cunning hand of Nature more mathematically than ever did sculr fir his stately Cor ittthian I country is Wex Slaney like a sil ves through its rich Ile on its banks the ins oi elskar and Dunbrody F n Abbeys and Ferrig Carrig castle look upon its waters like age admiring beauty The town of Wexford is most historic The Normans cen tered here and from its quay one of the most beautiful in the world Henry II sailed for England in the twelfth century Here too In i the square the ruthless soldiery of the brutal Cromwell sacrificed two thousand soldiers who surrendered to an overpowering force and with them women andbabes were slaughtered making Ireland In truth what Byron loved to call her The Njobe of the Nations Doubtless the gracious blood of Wexfords Martyrs has bought from heaven grand privilege of being the on the roll of victors against a any qnce deemed as impreg leas rockbuilt citadel Honor he men of Wexford who can with the greatest truth sing the pean composed in honor of the Wonderfull GeneralFatTjer Murphy the hero of Oulart and Vinegar U HillWeare thepoyi of Wexford Wbofuughtwith heart and hang4 Tb bHjjftiu twain the galling chain A lir e pur native land Alfred Mpsely the English diamond kinjrlis arranging a tour of the United SttW fot5coof BrUisiChbDt iiMichers a viti the different UOllI 11 in parties of 100 each Mosely recognizes that in our educational system as in everything else ware e far ahead of England and he hopes the visit will result in the accumulation of much valuable information for improving English methods and contribute to English educationalefficiency The reports from Rome that appear in the daily press are both riciculous and amusing For some time past they have been creating Cardinals and now they are busy in making changes at the Vatican The latest is that Cardinal Merry del Val Papal Secretary of State is to be succeeded by Cardinal Rampolla who formerly held that position The LouisviJle reception pro posed for William Jennings Bryan promises much Led by Robert J Hagan Dr Charles Moir Emmet Slattery and Baxter Kremer the 4000 members enrolled in the Young Mens Democratic Clu should experience no difficulty in arranging the grandest reception ever given any American citizen in a Southern city How little the writer knew who said that only 5 per cent of the philanthropic work performed iis done by the Catholic church That figure does not even represent the St Vincent de Paul Society let alone the many others made up entirely of Catholics and engaged in good works The race for State offices iis becoming quite complicated mak- Ing it impossible to tell who the Democratic candidates will be There appears to be several fac tions each with candidates but no yet ready to announce them The oldest prelate in Christen dom Archbishop Murphy of Ho bart the capital of Tasmanh has just entered on his ninetysecond year He is related to D F and D X Murphy of this cityI RECENT DEATHS John Connelly well known In the West End died Tuesday at his home 2209 High street after a brief Illness He was thirty years of age and a mem ber of St Cecilias church where the funeral services were held Thursday morning The funeral of Edward Daly who died last Sunday morning took place Tuesday from St Johns church with solemn requiem mass for the repose of his soul He was thirtytwo years of ago and was highly respected by a wide circle of acquaintances Patrick McNalley a retired farmer who died at his home at Lexington at the age of eightyshe years was burled Tuesday the funeral being held at St Pauls church He is survived by two sons John and James and three daughters Miss Jennie McNally Mrs Katherine Clarke and Mrs James Canan of Scott county Francis J Monahan who resided on St Mathcrine street died suddenly Tuesday at West Baden where he was visiting his sister He was a popular salesman and well known Jn business circles and the news of his death was a great shock to his numerous friends The remains were brought to this city and buried from St Louts Her trands Thursday morning News was received here Wednesday of the death at Frankfort of Mrs Ed ward Lillis one of the oldest andI most highly esteemed Catholic ladles or the State capital She was the mother of City Marshal James LIllis and was well known here and in Jef fersonville where she had many fromthewhere for long years she had been a devout worshipper BE OAMEII Since Tebeaus Colonels took their 1 Asocla1tlon1 i l sporting writer of the Evening Times jannouncementjjtI 1 oluran about what we won and los- tatthis time last season and what we have won and lost so far this Reason On account of so many games on the OM side the comparison has become kHouM We advise him to be awe mil publish It Maybe Manager T b au rtat call ihlin dowsi tijo tronk cJ tj lTjI t- de ti tlfw wl 9w e9Bwlaw wwli I SOGIEtY I Sfi969 S9ttSKStt9ttSC9SSieSl98i i Miss Ada Kane has returned fromI Michigan Misses Nell and Mary Fowler ar visiting relatives at Winchester Miss Anna Bell Rihn left Thursday for a visit to friends at Bardstown I Miss Margaret Maloney leaves tbi evening to spend a few days with friends j at Cincinnati Miss Alice Coleman of Texas has been the guest of Mrs Meta Coleman St James Court Mrs Thomas Lawler and Mrs P Callahan are in St Louis for a visit of several weeks Misses Catherine and Emma FInne gan are at Grayson Springs for a visit of several weeks Miss Clara Coyle of New Albany has gone to Toledo to visit relatives for a few weeks Frank McGrath and wife left Mon day for an extended visit to Atlantic City and the East Miss Joe Quinn of Jeffersonville had as her guest this week Miss Mary Sullivan of Newport Misses Mary and Allie McLaughlin of the Highlands have gone to ErieI to spend several weeks Mr and Mrs C William Smith of 2422 Bank street are visiting Mrs F A Botts of Boston Ky Mrs John Dignan and son Master Tom have gone to Petoskey Mich for a stay of several weeks Buffalo Knights will hold open house at their council chamber for delegates to the Federation convention Mesdames Louis Hugelmeyer and Nora Dye have gone to Sweet Sulphur Springs for a stay of two weeks Miss Beezie Hannon who left last week for New York sailed Saturday for Europe 10 be gone until October Owensborobwho has been visiting eJ Lee Beeler of this city returned hom this week Miss Agries Laven returned the first of the week from Parkersburg where she had been visiting her sister Mrs M W Mullen Charles Brunn the Jeweler was one of a large party from this city spend ing the past week at Lily White Sulphur Springs Miss Addle Dillon has gone to Mil waukee to visit friends and join her sister Miss Ada who has been there for several weeks Misses Katie Henley and Margaret and Mary McSweeney are visiting friends at Utica Ind and on their return will go to Fisherville for ten days Miss Mary Filbin has returned to her home in the West End after aI pleasant week spent with Mrs John Gorman In South Louisville Mrs James Frulllnger has returned to her home In Owensboro after a MrstMary Galligan Debar street Mrs D Hyland Russell a number of friends Tuesday afternoo- in honor of her fair guest Miss Mc CormIck of Springfield Ohio Misses Eleanor Sullivan and Loretta Rehm left Monday for Lafayette Ind They will visit Chicago and IndIanap- olis before their return home Will McDonald a prominent resl detn of Cincinnati spent the past week with his sister Mrs John H Coleman 2713 West Chestnut street Mrs M J Klerco and Miss NellieI and John Glenn have been having an enjoyable visit with their sister Mrs M J Gavin 734 West Breckinridge Miss Celia Laven leaves today for a six weeks trip abroad Returning home she will sail from Liverpool on the steamer Victoria for Montreal Canada Mrs Mary Laven who was the guest of her daughter Mrs Mullen at Parkersburg has gone to Atlantic c City to spend two weeks before returning home There is a big baby boy down at the home of Charles L Halbach 2635 West Jefferson street and the jolly father tis kept busy acknowledging congratula tions of his friends Misses Matilda and Mary Galligan of 1131 Debar street have gone to Cannelton Ind to spend a mouth as the guests of their grandmother Mrs Rose Galligan Miss Katherine Morgan who has been ill at her home on Dumesnll street has entirely recovered and will today leave for a visit with rela tines in Bullltt county Mrs J E Thlckstun and daughter Miss Kate of Jeffersonville left Wed nesday for Youngstown Ohio Pitts burg and Detroit to visit relatives They will be gone until September Miss Mary RIeger entertained her euchre club Monday afternoon at her home 2241 West Jefferson street and was voted a charming hostess Miss Eva Raldy was awarded the first prize Oscar Wisehart of this city and Miss Anna Halley of New Albany were quietly unitJd In marriage at St Marys rectory dayevenl- ng Rev Father Domes performing the ceremony Lieut James Costello of the No 2 engine company Las returned from a daya visit to Madison Ind where he woe treated royally by Chief McLaughlin to wfcomJie gave many point era on fire fighting David OConnor and Miss Hattie I Eve popular young people of New j Albany were united la the holy bonds j of wedlock Wednesday mormlag at Holy Trinity ebkroli by the jp ftorr lJ Rev Charles Curran IMisses Clara B Wentzell and Louise McCullougb who have been visiting friends in Tell City IndwiII return home the first of next week Miss Loro Lipscomb of Lull dg Texas has gone to Zachary La ta visit idle LipscomebI was guest who entertained extensively in her honor Miss Annie Fitzgibbon has been re ceiving much social attention at Cons tral City where she visited Misses Margaret and Mary May Last week Mrs Ellen May entertained in her honor and she was also tho guest of honor at an outing given by the Misses May Misses Katie and Mary Donnellon left last week for New York City where they will make their future home with their brother and mother who are coming from Ireland Both young ladles made many friends fin Louisville during the past six years who regret their departure from thisI city A notable wedding of the week wa that or Dan Gill and Miss Blanche OConnell solemnized Wednesday after noon at St Louis Bertrands church The ceremony was performed bv Rev manyfriendsAfter leaving the church there was a reception in tbeir honor at the home ofi the brides parents 1424 Seventh street Mrs Mike Tynan wife of the good natured City Court Bailiff is spending the heated season at Dayton Ohio as the guest of her sister Mrs Willard Smith Mrs Tynan is accompanied by her three interesting children Master Marion and Misses Margaret and Katherine Before returning they wlllI1 visit with friends at other points tin Ohio BOTH WELL ATTENDED The events that most interested Catho lic circles this week were the llawn fete of the Catholic Womans Club and the outing and drill given by the Catholic Knights the former at the Doerhoefer residence on West Chestnut street and the latter at Fontaine Ferry Park As had been expected there was a large attendance at each and the results were gratifying especially to the Womans I Club The two companies of the Uni drillegoing through the maneuvers like veterans A spirit of friendly rivalry was manifest and each company was gener ously applauded movement after movement was gone through Geu Belcher and Col McGinn were the reviewing offi cars Capt Kanes company drilled first followed by Capt Archers men at 1030 ASK ANY PASTOR ABOUT IT Ask any parish priest as he stanc s on the altar to look out upon his flock and pick out those who in his opinion will certainly be lost to the church i I the days to come says the Rev J T Roche in the Catholic Staudard and Times The task is not an easy one but there is one class of whose defection- he is almost certain That class comprises the poor neglected half instruct ed children of the careless end indif ferent They are the future oughtto bes of the church in every country inI the world They offer no problems call ing for the application of intricate solu tion but for the simple plain common homely remedy tbe catechism in th hands of the earnest parent and the zeal andannd the philosophical The Holy Father realizes this and bids us get down to the useful and the practical When the great Gerson gave up his professors chair to teach catechism to little children be gave an example which many modern professors might well imitate We need fewer professors and more catechists lra beating the air concerning controverted points of philosophy and theology and more attention to those first prin teaching AMOUNT OF WATER TO DRINK The normal amount of water required is a mathematical calculation regulated by the sensation of thirst A reduction I proI duces thirst Life can be sustained for a longer time when water is taken without food than when dry food is takeR without water It is said that six and a half pounds of water holding in ntyfonrI 6 pounds This will serve as an approxl mate guide to the necessary amount of water for daily digestion NEWSPAPERS To France belongs the credit of publishing the first regular newspaper This paper which was called The Ga zette of France was founded In 1632 In the reign of Louis XIII by Theo phrastus Renaudot In England the first newspaper was published in 1662 by Nathaniel Butter The name of the sheet is uncertain In 1656 the first Dutch paper was printed It contained two small folio pages of news In the Imperial Li brary at St Petersburg are two copies of the first Russian newspaper which have the date 1703 There are also some proofs of the same paper on which are corrections written in the hand of Peter the Great This mon arch took great interest in the paper and personally superintended its edi torlal composition The first paper established In North America was The Boston NewsLet ter which first was issued April 24 1704 This paper was printed on a sheet twelve inches by eight and con tamed two columns of news It sur vived until 1776 It advocated the cause of the British Government at the outbreak of the Revolution CALM SPIRIT The people In all lines of duty who do the most work are the calmest most unhurried people in the communi ty Duties never wildly chase each other la their lives one task never turns another out nor even compels hurried and therefore imperfect doing The calm spirit works methodic ally doing one thing at a time and do 1 ing it well and It therefore works swiftly though never appearing to be lnbaae c D ORDINATION The final step has been taken The world cannot claim thee now Thou art bound to the Masters ser vice By a solemn and lifelong vow Tenderest ties are broken Never again to blend Here hath a new life opened Here must the old life end In the glory of youth and manhood Low at Gods feet they lie Over them rlseth the chorus Reaching the faroff sky Oru ora pro nobls Angels and saints look down Pray for these brave young soldiers Who seek the eternal crown Robed in the sacred vestments Touching with hallowed hands The chalice of benediction- Lo the annolnted stands Kissing the pure white altar Henceforth his only brIdeHis mission to spread the story Of Christ and Him Crucified There with the rays of sunshine Tinting his robes of gold Sitteth the new made pastors Shepherd within the fold Now he hath rest his labor Of love and of grace is done Thou art a priest forever The crown of thy life is wont SIGNS FOR BACHELORS From year to year bridal lore changes slightly and brides continue supersti tious enough to believe in anything banded out by socalled oracles Here Is the latest version of old roads to con nubia bliss- January BridePrudent housekeeper find sweet tempere- dFebruaryAffectionate wife and tender motber March Frivolous chatterbox and alto given to quarreling AprilInconstant not intelligent and fairly goodlooking MayHandsome amiable and of a happy disposition JuneImpetuous and generous JulyPretty smart and quick tem peredAugustAmiable and practical SeptemberDiscreet affable and much liked OctoberPretty coquettish and jeal ous November Liberal and kind but of a dispositions proportioned fond of novelty entertaining and extrava gant It is unlikely that an untried true and sensible bachelor can be persuaded to choose an ugly old maid for a partner becaue of a belief that if they marry in May she will be handsome amiable and of a happy diposUion II HOME ANNIVERSARIES Tho happiest households are those sentimentnconnected with various anniversaries Although gift giving or recognition of such events in a suitable way may be out of the question owing to the strait ened circumstances of those within the gates there can yet be a little air of festivity when mothers or fathers birthday comes round or some wedding anniversary is to be cele brated An extra dish a little bunch of flowers or some special music pre pared for the occasion will show the kindly spirit and the loving remem brance that count for more than thee money value of any gift As the chil dren grow up if these festivals are en lookdmore remem ber In the years to come when they go out to do battle with the world and find that sentiment Is crushing under foots nd affections is regarded only as a side issue JUST SE A MAN When a great man was asked as to what one thing he most attributed his success he answered To the simple admonition of my father to be a a man When I started to the country school he said to me Jim be a man Goodbye Jim be a man and when I left home for my life work he said Well Jim be a man and when dying he gave me his feeble hand and said Farewell Jim be a man and in try Ing to follow that brief injunction of my good father In all places and circumstances I have attained to all the success that God has given me THE FLAG andnarchitecture and of river and moun theIJungfrau and the moon rise over Mont Blanc But the fairest vision on which these eyes ever rested was the flag of my country in a foreign port Beautiful as a flower to those who love It terrible as a meteor to those who hate it is the symbol of the power aryl the glory and tho honor of fifty mil lions of AmericansSenator George F Hoar GUARD YOUR CHILDREN Keep an eye on your childrens con duct at all times as far as possible Let them never be very far away from you if you can help It and make it your business always to know where they are Insist that they shall come straight home after school and then it they want to go anywhere let them ask permission SOME BLUE LAWS No woman shall kiss her children on the Sabbath Is an extract from the Puritan blue laws of Connecticut Another law from the same source which would seem to point to untidy households reads No one shall travel cook victuals make beds sweep house cut hair or shave on Sunday FURNITURE POLISH A superior furniture polish is this Make a mixture of three parts linseed oil and one part spirits of turpentine This covers the disfigured surface and restores wood to its natural color leav in a luster upon the surface RubIwoolen clothM- OUNTAIN I dry with a I PEAKS The highest mountain in Colorado I 1K Massive 14424 and 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Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEI LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET CARS TO ST LEOS Father Fitzgerald has made complete arrangements for the transporatiori fall who will attend the dedication of St Leos church in Highland Park on Sun day August 5 Extra cars will run out Second street to the railroad crossing where they will connect with cars to the church and Fourth avenue cars via Third will be met at Beechmont by numerous conveyances The L N will also run a train from Tenth street at 810 and drivers may come by either Third street or the Ash Bottom road For the convenience of the large crowd expected dinner and refreshments will be served on the grounds MOSCOW The magnificent fireworks spectacle at the Jockey Club Park will continue alll of next week Every evening the grand stand has been crowded with delighted spectators who declare that Moscow surpasses everything of a similar character ever seen in Louisville New features are introduced nightly and the indications are for large audiences dllrl gthcreatof the engagement The public owes much to Manager Winn1 for wearing this snberb attraction for this dty- r V IJ t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Ladles Auxiliary now numbers over 50000 James Lyons continues on the sick list of Division 4 The National Board has been in creased to five members Members of Division 1 were pained to learn of the serious illness of Frank Halnes who was removed to the coun try There were 405 delegates in the big convention and when the vote was taken Cummings received 187 and Dolan 182 St Louis boasts five fully equipped companies of Hibernian Knights with three more just formed and waiting for uniforms Joe Lenihan presided over an in teresting meeting of Division 4 Wednesday night and got through with the business in a hurry Martin Cusick and John Mulloy were much In evidence at the convention even though they did not take up much time in talking The building recently purchased and Improved by St Louis Hibernians Is valued at 40000 Twentyfour dlf ferent societies have headquarters in It Kansas City Hibernians are justly proud of their record They own their own building Irlsh American Hall valued at 20000 on which there is not one cent of indebtedness Matthew Cummings the new Na tional President Is State President of Massachusetts and prominent in many Catholic organizations He is the present Superintendent of Bostons street department Division 1 bad a well attended meet Ing Tuesday night In the absence of President Mulloy the gavel was wield ed by Thomas Cllnes His knowledge of parliamentary law was an agreeable surprise to the members Division 4 will undertake to or ganize the Hibernian Knights and has appointed Messrs Joe McGinn Austin Walsh James Kenealy Dave Reilly and Dr John Chawk a special committee for that purpose The order is In a healthy condition having almost reached the desired mark 200000 At the end of last year the real estate cash etc of the order amounted to 1721017 Quite a snug sum for a poor mans organiza tionDivision 1 settled its financial problems in a most satisfactory manner Tuesday night There were a number of able speeches relative to the investment of funds and the dE- cision was reached by a practically unanimous vote Judge ONeil Ryan of St Louis will be the speaker of the day at the Irish picnic to be given by Milwaukee Hibernians next month Among the amusement features will be the Hen nessy family of Chicago and William Delaney the noted Irish piper The Hibernian Rifles of Niagara Falls and Buffalo and the divisions of Lockport and Toronto will give an athletic carnival at Niagara Falls next Wednesday It promises to be one of the greatest events ever gotten up at the Falls under IrishAmerican auspices The following cablegram signed by National President Dolan was sent at tIle direction of the convention to his Holiness Pope Plus The Ancient Order of Hibernians of America in national convention assembled at Sara toga Springs expresses to Your Holt ness heartfelt love and devotion SILVER HILLS Where Great Throngs Find Rellef From the Dust and Heat Silver Hills continue in popular favor with the people of the Falls Cities Day by day the crowds that would escape from the heat and dust of the city increase in number and every afternoon young and old may be found wandering over the cool and shady knobs of Southern Indiana Thus far this season there has not been a single complaint or fault found with this pleasant retreat On all sides are campers In tents and many private outing parties This Is the most beautiful season of the year on the hills when the foligo is beginning to turn and the wild flowers are In full blqom Soon the Chautauqua meet- Ing will begin at Glenwood Park which Is on the road to Silver Hills and where people may stop over and spend a profitable hour The railway ser vice Is excellent and the ride over the Louisville and Southern Indiana Traction Companys line Is sure to be enjoyed Cars leave Third and Market streets every fifteen minutes Those who have not yet made this trip will be delightfully surprised when they do so WELCOME VISITOR Mr John M Cooney President of Columbia College at Owensboro was a visitor of the once of the Kentucky Irish American on Tuesday Mr Cooney reports that the college promises to have a successful year as he la receiving many Inquiries in regard to terms etc His associate di rectors are Prof Edward G Douds dl dector of studies and Prof Peter J Boquel physical director ORDAINED AT INNSBRUCK Rev Father Raphael M Huber 0 7110 of this city who has been comp pleting his theological studies at Inusbruck in the Tyrol was ordained Thursday receiving poly orders from the Right Rev Prince Bishop of Brlxen Monsignor Altenwelsel Father Huber will say his first mass on Sun day August 5 at Frundlsee PRETTY NEW CHURCH The contract for building a pretty new church at Carlisle was let this week The edifice will eost 11000 and will be speedily pushed te seta pltips J Ju COMINGJockey Park July 23 to Aug 4- GREGORYS GREATER FIREWORKSSPECTACLE MOSCOW 200 PerformersBeautiful Ballets Cossack Dances Many Big Specialty Acts in con junction with Gregorys 1000 Nightly Display of Fireworks AdmissionGrand Stand SOc Club House 75c Box Seats 100 AIPARKTHS PARK DBAUTIPUV WEEK OF JULY 20 HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE 8ALLISONS8 Waltone 8t Wllllco Wells bells Mardo Comedy Trio Iew Wells and the Kinedrome FREE BAND CONCERTS Dy Cooks Military nand every afternoon and evening NEW ROLLER RINK Two Sessions Daily Skating Contest Friday eve A DREAMLAND NOVEL BEAUTY Something New Every Week ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Parents Free PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Parties or societies should consult the manager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere A large number of Mlchgan and Wisconsin Knights will today end a weeks outing spent at Frankfort Mich At the last meeting of the Board of Directors F X Ryan of St Louis was appointed a master of the fourth degree Frankfort Knights postponed the outing which they intended giving Thursday at Elk Horn Park The date for the event has not yet been set The first public appearance of the Dunkirk Glee Club at St Marys Hall last week was the occasion of a splen did musical programme enjoyed by a large audience The club rendered five selections and to Father Clement- Is due much of the success of the affair The two Syracuse councils have de cided to Join the excursion to Cross lake on August 1 to be given for the benefit of St Vincents Orphan Asylum summer home Field day spbrts will be the feature and committees from the Knights will have charge of the programme The meeting of the next convention- of Knights at the Jamestown Exposition near Norfolk in 1907 brings out the fact that Norfolk organized the first council south of the Potomac river This will be the first Southern convention of the Knights though there are multitudes of councils all over the South The Entertainment Committee of xmlsvitlo Council have perfected all details for the annual outing to be held at Fern Grove on Tuesday August 7 and so as to have ample conveniences and comfort the steamers Columbia and Sunshine have been chartered Tickets will be Issued only to mem hers visiting Knights and ladles invited by them These outings have always been a great success in the way of pleasure and It Is expected that all members will attend FETES AND EUCHRE On the beautiful lawn of St Frances of Rome church in Clifton there will be a series of fetes and euchre on August 6 7 and 8 that will provide real enjoyment for all who attend on anyone of the days The proceeds will go to pay forthe sidewalk and fence ordered by the city and it Ja hoped Catholics from all over the city will rally to the support of Rev Father White and his energetic little congregation Ticket holders will be entitled to cake and cream and a chance on a gold watch and chain To clean sslightly soiled white felt- cover with warm white flour Allow It to remain covered for twentyfour hourstlien shake wen If badly soiled rube thoroughly with French slagtkD- i 1 i IRELAND Record of the Host Important of tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges William OBrien M P has com menced a libel action against the Dublin Freeman The offices and stores of the Messrs Grubb Son at CarrlckonSulr were destroyed by fire Robert McDowell a quarryman was crushed to death by the fall of a rock ai Ballycarry quarry County Antrim During the past week a number of men have been employed in renovat ing St Patricks church at Ballybay This year about 53000 acres have been devoted to growing flax and reports for July show a crop increase of 15 per cent In opening the Limerick City as sizes Justice Johnson was presented with white gloves there being no criminal business Fifty extra police and the Inspector General In addition to those previous ly drafted Into the town arrived in Loughrea two weeks ago Peter OHanlon indicted for shoot ing at his brother John was tried at the Armagh assizes and sentenced to nine months imprisonment with hard laborCitizens of Kilkenny have under taken the erection of a memorial In the City of the Confederation to James Stephens who figured conspicuously in Irish national history in the last generationThe Nationalists convicted of riot at Annaghmore County Armagh were sentenced by Justice Wright to six weeks Imprisonment each with hard labor and bound to keep the peace for twelve months The death is announced at Ardfert of Rev James Crowley a wellknown Kerry priest Though he had been in disposed for a couple of weeks nobody expected there was any cause for alarm He celebrated mass and at tended sick calls till within a few days of his death There was much excitement at Loughrea consequent on the arrival of a large force of police who escorted the caretakers of the house from which Martin Ward was evicted to an evicted field near the town where 700 or 800 had gathered to witness hurling and football matches At a large Nationalist meeting at Dunleer resolutions were unanaimous ly adopted expressing entire confi dence in the Irish Parliamentary party under the leadership of John Red mond and pledging support to tho Irish National League as the move ment which maintains that party At the sitting at Galway of the De partment Committee of Inquiry into the working of the Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction numerous complaints were made by witnesses from Galway of the manner in which the efforts of the local com mittees are interfered with by tho department A settlement of the dispute between the Wlcklow County Council and the War Office concerning the upkeep of the roads to the Glen Imaal camp has been arrived at the War Office agree- Ing to pay the extra cost of main tenance occasioned by the cutting up of the roads by heavy military wagons and traction engines Thomas Kettle the Nationalist can didate for East Tyrone in addressing a great demonstration at Cookstown created some sensation by reading a telegram stating that five Ulster Unionist members of the House of Commons had voted against the town tenants bill Similar meetings were held at Galbally and Kileehan Rev James OFlynn of Balllnasloe one of the most popular clergymen in tho diocese of Clonfert met with a sad and unexpected death While cycling from the residence of Father Nohllly at Lusmagh to visit the Banagher Convent and when about a quarter of a mile outside the latter place he was thrown from his wheel His neck was dislocated and the priest died almost Instantly BURNED BY METAL Emmet McDermott Has a Nar row Escape From peath Emmet McDermott of 1633 West Market street a wellknown molder had a narrow escape from death Satur day afternoon at the Kentucky Stove Works where he is employed The Injured man was engaged with a helper in carrying a ladle containing a large amount of metal to a mold when the ladle became unmanageable in their hands and McDermott slipped and fell the molten metal running over his arms legs and feet At first It was thought it would be necessary to amputate the Injured members but according to the last account from the attending physician Dr J T Dunn this will not have to be done as McDermott Is improving though It will be a long lime before ho en tirely recovers Were it not for his great presence of mind he doubtless would have been burned to death BON AMI CLUB DAR Thursday August 23 will be Bon Ami Club day at Fontaine Ferry Park and the banner crowd of the season is expected to throng this popular place of amusement The title of the club Bon Ami is French signifying good friend and the members of the club expect to have their good friends with them on that day and also the good friends of their good friends Special attention will be given to the dancing hall and an excellent dancing programme is now being arranged The committee In charge are William P McDonogb John J Barry Albert F Martin Chas S Raldy George 0 Francis and Louis J Kieffer MEETS TONIGHT The Joint Committee of the Louis ville Y M I Council will meet tonight when steps may be taken looking tOo ward arrangements for taking all the members to Frankfort whern the Grand QO nOn afttM th ra bent month P q n FOK FEHR BREWING INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY = DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Be6j BREWED BY SENN Be ACKERMAN EI13iw710T1 TYCxxoox-roYSaxEaTELEPHONE 4ts2 LOLTi9Y1LLit KV1 PABST BEER I ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until proprely aged 1 ISPJHtONIS rasa Louisviiie Jirancrt Jpourteentli ana jcnerson Sis Cumb Phone Main 1913 1141THE WIEDEMANNBREWING R Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Kye JOHN F OBRTBLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BE 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN IS FRANK v WALTERS E1b Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopo LOUISVILLE KY HENRY HUNOLD DUMUR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phone 3M 540 Wr WALNUT CJSCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets HINTS ON STYLE Highly useful are little coats of black chiffon taffeta radium or moire which may be worn over frocks of all1 colorsIn no department of fashion areI variety and plcturesquenpss more 1In evidence than in the seasons modesI for coats and wraps Where a dress Is extra dark and theI cuff does not need protection the newest and prettiest neck accessory 1is the collar and tie to match Ornamental Hooks and eyes madeI of imitation diamonds enamel another dl precious stones continue popu lar for little coats with but one fasten ing ISilk gloves are made up In many plaingloveshas been one of the exasperating things of the season Chiffon veils whether of the moto- tyfe or of the kind worn merely in th interests of plctueresque effect or of the complexion are charming In their latestphasee and as becoming as they are charming If well oaoa and ad Juatwl V e tl Ia J When on the Water Wagons try a bottle of CocaCola Then yoqll- understand Jczr- S At all good Bars Groceries and Staid HEEEMANN BEOS IH1OJtT1tRS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers In Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSOB BOTTLED IN HONG Telephone 1948 234 Slxih Strse4c VINES LIQUORS CttAXS VALS t i SALOONYAL t1I r riot lanaevery morniag ftHi flail tyIl o 4 W erJpalcA UJo D r v t- ifwi x 8SCECiLJ1UeIH RXOAJ 0 nunrnunnLn1 1 1 1 11VTT7TTTYYTYTTYTVVTVTYTTVYTYTTrTTTTVTTTyTTTV11 4l C MENS AND YOUNG MENS Outing Crash Suits Every Crash Suit in the house consisting of Coat Pants and Belt to match we place in this lotCC Some of the lots we have all sizes andonly a fewCC sizes We want to close them out Formerselling C pricei 750 and h10 12 Your picki 5now 424 to 434 Wesl I THE BIG STORE Market St between 9- I Fourth and Filth MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO I 8StI SI rfe Ghasefl RooBrs BOOK Go iPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIESITO SUIT EVERY TASTEIline of goods They are the KGive us a cal and inspect our finest of their kind in the city W BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOP EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 ZV Jefte2son Street ess + Xt L LLLL T T T T 1 t t t t t t t t t t I I I IMMHMI + ll P HANDSOME PREMIUMS WITH OUR NEW BLEND COFFEE Sit with 6d lbs 100pUce Dinner Sit with 140 lbs Rocking Chair with 50 lbs 1 10plec Toilet Set with 60 lbs Try a pound of this coffee at 20 If you find It good recommend it to your friends and take their orders for few pounds of it Every order you send In wilt be credited to you and when you have sent us orders for th4 required amount the premium will be delivered to you tSTRIDEZHomoPhone 4 + HlilHIHII I I I I I 1 1 I I I I 1 +1 I I I I I I No oJ I I I I I I I I I I J I I I I I 1 I 1 1 I 11 IHMIMHHI 1 I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I I I I 1 11 I+f1Hhl1 I I I HlH1 11 I 1 I I I11121 I I I1II llH- t Jo THE NORTON COFFEE GO IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF NIGH GRADE COFFEES IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS j Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main 11 1 1 I I 11 1 1 1 11 H 1 1 11 1 1 II l MHHHI I IiI 1 I I I I I I I 1 I 1 11 I 1 on Want to Save SIOO On a Piano Q 1 THEN ATTEND OUR TEN DAYS SALE During this sale prices on every make Piano we handle will be cut goodand deep offering you a chance to secure HighGrade Pianos al prices that will astonish you We have no warehouse since ours burned Sun day to store the new pianos arriving daily- We are crowded to the doors and must make room for those that are coming in Tbis sale is bona fide in every respect and if you will come to our store and see what shape we are la for space you will raedily see that what we say is true Visit the Most Beautiful Piano Store in the Country MUSIC CO O saao FOURTH VENUEI Y QQQi I WIRE AND IRON FENCES I GUARDS SETTEES FLOWES STANDS POULTRY NETTING I I WIRE AND IRON WORKS ETCii Franklin and Buchanan SL Salesroom TJOW M S WNosSPENCER Praldeet- led yCrtAeroUataUL I LIfit BANNON PresNeaL 44pliciTia a 1WLLOYCOFFEE MONTENEGRORIEHM IWINDOW Educates Young People For Business Good Employment andSuccess Jf GALL on WIHTC ran run iHroitUATtoN A Uele NOaui fwd BlPdfagLOUISYLLEKY r Business College f tt MJBANNOPTJ VIciPrM tit Gin Mgr P BANNON JR- TrMl1m Keitty IriM Brick Co I II INCORPORATED Eu1tdaotuZZot r VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS 5IJ5I2 W MtomX Wirti Map AwNt9Nl MWl n TELEPHONE 17 TELEPHONE 1ZIZ a 00 Q9Q9Q9Q9Q9QSJ Q9Q9 Q9Q1Q9QSQ9QSI III III ALLWOMENS WASH SUITS iOneThird to OneHalf Less Than Regular Pricesi j This is the greatest sale of Wash Suits held by us this year Many 0 j prudent shoppers realized this and availed themselves of the oppor tunity Have you If not why not The Suits are in the height of fashion and the prices represent a mere trifle of their real worth value I THE WASH SUITS 11 Come in dainty fetching tailored coat styles and in the natty Eton and Bolero effects They consist of Union Linen English Repp and real Beautiful summery shades of light blue pink tan 398 Wash Suits dentnd 98ii I 598 Wash Suits Reduced to 2981 698 Wash Suits Reduced to 398 ii I 798 Wash Suits Reduced to 498 i i 998 Wash Suits Reduced to 598 i I JN89Q5 I1 i MARKET REETBET THIRD AND FOURTH I SHOCKING ACCIDENT I Little Edward TIerney Is Crushed to Death on Portland Avenue Edward TIerney the bright sixyear old son pf Officer John TIerney met with a shocking death Tuesday aftert noon at Twentieth and Portland avenue With another child he was riding on the back of a wagon between the car tracks and In alighting he did not see a car that was rapidly approach- Ing Just as he stepped from behind the wagon where ho could not be J seen by the motorman he was struck by the car and thrown some distant ahead Before It could be stopped the car was upon the child and ho was lifted upon the fender His body slip ped through the opening between the fender and the car and rolled under the motor where It remained until the car was raised from the tracks hat an hour laer The unfortunate child was most horribly mangled and death must have been instantaneous The father and mother were pros trated when the sad news was broken to them and It was necessary to sumII mon a physician for the latter Mrs TIerney was purchasing some grc cerles at the time and had just remarked how happy she was that her husband had recovered from his ill ness when a messenger announced the accident She swooned and had to be carried to her homa atriiJW BaIrd street The funferatf tool place Wed nesday afternoon from St Patricks church For the bereaved parents there is everywhere felt the deepest sympathy CONTRASTED SeoTt4ngellon Catholic and Protestant Educational Institutions Geo T Angell the world famous mmanltarlan and President of the American Humane Education Society who some time ago proposed that Cardinal Gibbons be made Secretary or Peace In the Presidents Cabinet prints two items in his last issue of- Our Dumb Animals that should Interest parents who have sons ready for college The contrast must gratify Catholic educators and coming from such a distinguished Protestant are loubly appreciated They are We are pleased to see that Holy gross College Roman Catholic has onferred upon the Governor of Massachusetts Curtis Guild Jr a rotestant the degree of LL D It Is another Indication of a growing dis lositlon for peace on earth If a tumaue education could be carried Into our Protestant universities and olleges which would make them as free from outrages and rowdyism as att our Catholic universities and col Bges are It would be one of the grandest movements of the twentieth century In our morning paper of May 23 we saw that twenty boys of Phillips academy at Andover have been ex petted for throwing Into a pond an estimable gentleman because he had as alleged given information to the faculty which led to the expulsion of one of their mates Some time since we read that there were between two and three hundred Roman Catholic universities colleges and seminaries Ins the United States and that so far as known there has never been a single case of student outrage or owdyism In any of them Why is thisI l7 COSTLY PRIZES The Fall Festival Committee of lackln Council met this week and an lounced that the combination books would soon be ready for distribution Six ladies have already entered the contest and others are looked for Purchasers of tickets will be entitled toir a chance on twentyfive prizes that aggregate a value of over 700 Ladles desiring to enter can get all necessary formation from any member SATOLLI WANTS CROTTY Satolll Council Y M I will send a song delegation to the Grand Coun el1 convention at Frankfort next month toi boom John J Crotty for Grand Pres Identwhlch Insures an interesting ce for the office At the last meet lng William P McDonoch was elected delept and Sam JV Boldrtcfc the well own lawyer wa made alternate o SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O III- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Bach Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kei Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusicl 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddic1 DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretarYJoseph T Lyn- cFinanciaSecretaryJohn T Keane DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dougl ertyTreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon Sentinel Martin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording SecretaryFrank P Burk Financial SecretaryEmmet OSull ran 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly Sergeant Arms Robert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda at Pfans Hall County PresidentMichael Kenney President Robert Gleason VicePresident Michael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryJohn Kinne- ySergeantatarmsJohn E Murphy DoorkeeperEugene Constantjne Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y IWt I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysbtth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat- Recording ton SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana anFinancielSecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Treasurer Pgniel Weber MarshalJames L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella Ireyonr boys BO education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by theXaverian Brothers Classical SdentUic and Business Courses Preparatory Dc partmentIarge Swimming Pool Well Equipped ymnasium Terms Moderate Bro Jamea nlr Both have been long active and promt nent in Y M I affairs and will ably represent Satollls Interests This lunch has not chartered a special train but will go with Mackfn and Trinity to Frankfort on August 19 COUNTRY OUTINGS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American spending August in Marion county will have opportunity of attending some oldfashioned and Jolly picnics Rev Father Pike and the people of St Charles parish will have great day at St Marys on August I and on Saturday August 11 there wUl be another for St Matthews lurch August 18 the annual outing of Holy Cross congregation will take place and promise is made it will be the best yet held HIT BY CAR Nellie Welsh nine years old daughter of Michael Welsh 132 Eighteenth street was hit by a Portland car Sun day evening and sustained a fractured aimand painful bruises about the body She la reeling easlatler home but will be laid up for some time Id n i U r n 1 CATHOLICS APPOINTED Congress Was Pall and Just In Passing Bills of Interest The Congress just adjourned was fair and just In passing bUts of 1In I terest to Catholics among which were those relating to the Indian tribalI funds the statue to Commodore John Barry allowing rations for Indians attending Catholic mission school ceding to the Jesuit fathers and St Ignatius mission the land upon whit their property stands appropriation for the Providence Hospital at Washington and a number of minor bllli And so also was the administration liberal in the way of appointments the following being a few of the mostI prominentHon Joseph Bonaparte Secretary of the Navy James F Smith Governor General s of the Philippine Islands Lawrence O Murray Assistant Secretary Department of Commerce and LaborW H DeLacy Judge of the Juvenile Court of Washington D C Thomas J Sullivan Director of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Joseph E Ralph Assistant Directs of the Bureau of Engraving and Print IngHon Charles B Nelll Catholic University Commissioner of Labor Michael J Kerwin Pension Agent Southern District New York William Michael Bryno Assistant United States District Attorney New York City R J Wyne United States Consul General to London OBLIGATION The Subject of the Address Delivered by James B Kelly James B Kelley delivered the regular Monday evening address to Trinity Council this being the third one in the series of lectures that have been are ranged by President Albert F Martin Mr Kelleys address contained some striking points on the obligation memo bers took when joining the Young Mens Institute He said that the first obligation young men should remem ber was the duties they owe their parents never forgetting to provide for them In their declining years and another was they should always bear in mind their obligation to the YJNI1 and their fellow members andy tnc fact that the success of every society depended upon the faithful performance of the obligation taken by the in dividual members Previous to Mr Kellys address to short business session was held Thomas J Garvey acting as Recording Secretary In the absence of Henry Stoerr and Frank E Pilson acting for Financial Secretary John J Sullivan Jr who was also absent James L Walker was received as a member and obligated by President Martin The address next Monday evening will be delivered by Dr G P Beutel Jr the subject being chosen by himself Ben O Hund stated that it would doubtless prove interesting as he saw I the eminent physician memorizing a paper on a street car Monday after noon FONTAINE PERRY PARK The bookings for Fontaine Ferry I Park indicate that the high standard of excellence set this week will con Inue The eight Allisons will appears the headliners and with the great Ingers Miss Lillian Waltone and Bert Vlllson the Mardo Trio knockabout comedians and Wells and Sells presenting an acrobatic specialty full of fun a splendid programme is In store The Prospectors Is tho title of an musing picture that will be seen on the klnedrome In the park Cooks illlltary Band will give concerts afternoon and evening and on Friday night mother contest is booked for the skating rink BUY ANOTHER LOT ThQ Sisters of Mercy this week purchased the lot adjoining Mercy Hoe pltal on Spring Hill in Jefferronvllle Owing to the overcrowded condition of the Institution it is thought that the lot waa brought in order that an Addition to the hospital ml htHrected C J a c r II j vvv GREAT SALE i iA OF REXMATTRESSES t Pat Sept 11003 Oct 111004 y REX MATTRESS Guarantee The material in this InnerTufted Mattress is secured in position by 352 stitches and will fetain its symmetrical 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