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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rciT t- trn i j ff- tt KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAg a 6Y f f LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST x1906 p 4 t1 d1IE VllNO 5 r m over OUTLOOK tJtaxiFuli of Hope For Immediate Future of the Irhh the Caund3 the John Dillon mid T P OConnor Address Irishmen In s i England Folly to Abandon Point of Van tags to Ireland EuemleH I MUST CONTROL HER OWN AFFAIRS I While the Is Members of the Irish party are too busily engaged just now to have much that time for leisured pronouncements onto the political situation but John Dll or ton and T P OConnor delivered adto dresses to gatherings of Irishmen Inhat England recently which are full of hope for the Immediate future of the Irish cause and furnish food for serious thought on the part of those and who are disposed to belittle the value of Parliamentary work It Addressing a largo meeting of Irishmen at Middlesborough John Dillon alike said that in these days they heard many new doctrines set up They same heard of young Irishmen saying that Parliamentary work was all foolish Hess and of no avail in carrying on the battle for Irish liberty They a were told they must rely upon themselves Tho men who talked that way in Ireland forgot that this vas the doctrine of the Land League when formed by the late Michael Divltt as It was for twentyfive years the doc trlno of the Nationalist party What had they done but relied upon them selves in Parliament and In Ireland get The Irish cause was now stronger than It ever had been In the past de J spite a dwindling population because it was the principle of the movement upon to rely upon themselves but they also relied upon an organized Ireland Ho would not give a farthing for an Irish party which had not a vigorous aglta lion In Ireland behind It When men that talked to him of the absurdity i nt1wvl Inefficiency of Parliamentary work he and always asked them did they desire to go back to the days before the forma tlon of tho Parnellite party when they found the whole habeas corpus act suspended In three hours to allow of I ful be arrest of the Fenian movement rho men who believed in having noI Irish party in the House of Commons with had eighty years trial In Ireland His own father tried It but the fact could not be Ignored that they had sur lhe rendered Into the hands of the enemies of Ireland the great point of vantage the House of Commons The right that place to strike an enemy was in the be heart of his own citadel There were now in power in the House no party likely to quarrel with them and would It not be folly to abandon that point St of vantage to the enemies of their country and allow the wheels of the I enemys chariots to roll over the peo pIe of their nation They must use all legitimate weapons which they could honorably use in the struggle to set the nation free- Referring to tho Catholic schools in England Dillon said he believed it was within their power at the time to settle the question on a basis whichi would have made the Catholic schoolsi Impregnable for the next thirty or forty years A great change had come about in Ireland within the last six months The Government whatever Its faults was honestly friendly to Ireland and the principle of self gov ernment but no great step could betaken for the elevation or redemption- of the Irish people unless they had national government in Dublin The Wholo machinery was in the hands ot- a gang of officials whose sole object was to trip up Secretary Bryce and defeat every good effort made by the Government for Ireland Until this system was broken up or the oIDclal- staught that they must obey nothing really substantial for Ireland could be done They had not much cause to to complain of the Governments treatment of Ireland thts session Whilst lie sympathized with the efforts to revive other industries he maintained that the main industry of Ireland out of which all industries must snrlng was the land Unless they could get the land for the people they could sr never make Ireland a prosperous country Tho main and greatest thing was to get the people on the land at such a price that they might be able to prosper and put by money It offl clallsm would solve the Irish question she would be the most prosperus country in the world He believed they were on the eve of great thlns tor Ireland but he warned them that i they would only be secured by maintenance of national unity Speaking at an Irish gathering Eastham Cheshire T P OConnorj said that reading the signs of the times he was Justified in saying that the present Government were going A to make a serious attempt next session pI to settle question by giving Ireland control of her own affairs The form and scope of the bill Mr o OConnor hinted had not yet been do- w tided upon but he added the aot tlnallsts would be satisfied with noth- Ing less than Irish control of local affairs by an Executive and Assembly elected by the Irish nation Further I more he said that the financial aspect of the question would have to be seriously considered for Ireland an impoverished country could not start successfully on Its career of autonomy f with a financial burden The financial question Is certainly one of the most serious lIssues involved in the home rule problem A workable measure ot home rule should not only recog nlM and make restitution for the ad rantUted robber el this country 11 a taxatlop but must rearrange financial relations upon such a basis the bulk of the money raised by in Ireland should be earmark for Irelands purposes It Is more probable that the financial will be by far tho most difficult to settle when the details of home rule scheme come to be dls cussed and it is well to know that leaders of the Irish party fully recognise the gravity of this con sideration VJNdENrIANSFa Particular Council Officers Visited St Louis BrrAtranda Sunday Last Sunday morning St Louis Bertrands Conference of the St Vincent de Paul Society was visited by officers of the Particular Council St Louis Bertrands Conference small In point of membership nearly every member was present on this occasion President Campbell stated they had no complaint to make asInt the amount of work accomplished the manner in which it was attended to but urged upon the brothers Increase their membership as they Great a large number of men in the parish and with the increased mem bership better results were bound to follow more cases coald be relieved more general good accomplished Vice President baler explained that was the object of the Particular Council to have all meetings conducted so that a brother visiting any conference would find exactly the ceremonial at each meeting He called the attention of the conference- to the necessity of having a short reading occupying only a few minutes selection from the manual or some Catholic work and this plan will bo followed out in the future Ho also spoke of the necessity of the members knowing one another better so to not have any feeling of antagonism existing between different con ferences urged upon all of the brothers to visit other conferences and acquainted with the members throughout the city Magistrate P T Sullivan who represented Vice President OBrlen urged the members careful attendance- at the meetings as well as at the monthly communion of the society as suring them that they would be better citizens as well as better Catholics they would prosper more In every If they attended the meeetlngs lived up to the rules and regula lions of the society I President Hines of Sacred Heart parish made a hnRpy little address asking th3 jOUilger men woe ht1th not to desert the ranks of the St I Vincent ye Paul Society but to con that tinue on until the end side by side The the older membersasFather Loganin the name of St Louis Bertrandstionferehcojfthanked visiting officers for their call and expressed the hope that the words of encouragement and tho kindly advice the officers had given would not unheeded by the gentlemen present the promisedLbatpower to Increase the membership of Louis Bertrands Conference MACKIN COUNCIL I Wilt Assist at Dedication of St Leos Church Tomorrow Mackin Council always on the move has accepted an Invitation and will as slst tomorrow at the dedication of St Leos church at Highland Park Tues day night two new members were elected two were reported favorably and four more applications were received and referred The members were pained to learn of the Illness of I Officer R W Galway one of the pioneers of the council Delegates to the Joint Committee re ported the arrangements made for the trip to Frankfort when tho Grand of Council meets atfalt was stated that Mackin would send a delegation of at least 100 Dr Michael Dwyer who recently became a member was adder j the Medical Examining Board with Drs Pizot and Casper The address of tho evening was made by Dr A R Blzot who took Columbus for his theme and right well did he handle his subject Charles Cate spoke on j the Rosary and Clarence Zook on Bible interpretation and all present enjoyed the educational feature now being conducted weekly j President Raldy announced that j Magistrate Patrick Sullivan and Thomas Bachman would address the council on August 14 and that next Tuesday night Thomas D Clines would be the speaker Encouraging reports were made regarding the fall te1t1nlI tor which much work is now being done atNEVIN VETS GOOD PLACE Col Joe Nevln was this week appointed Supervisor of county roads by County Judge Wilson succeeding John Dyler Of all the men In this pity and county Joe Nevin is the best qualified for the position and any Magistrate who opposes him makes an inexcusable blunder The people Jefferson county want better roads and Supervisor Novin is the man to construct them ANNUAL VISIT I Major Patrick Ridge Night Chief of the Louisville police department and1 his two sons Martin and William are visiting the Majors mother at Tied ford Ind Major Ridge always makes this visit during his annual vacation which lie soriehly deserves being ac knowledged by all to be one of thel moat competent and meritorious offlI sera Civ rtectedWlthtlipo1leo daK ypar tmen j f DEDICATION Tomorrow a Day ofGreat Interest to Highland Park Catholics Fitzgerald Work Will Be Crowned With Grand Ceremonies Arrangements For Conveyance and Comfort of Attendants BISHOP MCLOSKBY WILL OFFICIATE Tomorrow will be a day ef unusual to Catholics of Louisville and especially those of the Highland Park neighborhood for the reason that another handsome church St Leo the will be solemnly dedicated and MISS MAGGIR CUMMANE added to the already large number rear their crosses heavenward thework of erecting this church was to the Rev John J Fitzgerald the first ot the year and how earnest have been his efforts are wittr nessed by the edifice that will be blessed tomorrow morning by Bishop I McCloskey Father Fitzgerald worked of the night and day and two months ago parochial residence was completed where mass was said till the present The ceremonies that will mark the I crowning of his labors will be both imposing and Impressive and will I doubtless be witnessed by a large number of Catholics from a111 over the city The dedicatory ceremonies will be a gin at 10 oclock wIth the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey officiating Solemnl high mass will be sung by the Rev Richard Mattingly O SB former I pupil and catechuman ot Father Fitzgerald who just recently celebrated his first mass at Vine Grove Rev I Dominic Crane will be the deacon and the sermon will be preached by the Very Rev James P Cronin Vicar Gen eral of the diocese A pleasing feature will bo the musical programme which- has been specially arranged for this event and will be rendered by St Williams choir In the afternoon at 3 clock there will be solemn vespers and a sermon i by the eloquent Father Denis MurphY pastor of St Williams and within the sanctuary will be many visiting priests It is expected that the Knights St John will attend the vespers accompanied by a band of music There are several ways of reaching the grounds the most convenient be ing by the Second street and Highland Park car lines These are the various ways Floyd and N street cars running out Second street to Southern railroad crossing where they connect with car to the church train at 8ru from Tenth and Broadway to Highland Park by Fourth avenue cars withi sign Park via Third avenue to 1 Beechmont where conveyances will meet them at 9 and 930 Drivers may go by either Third street or the Ash Bottom road An elegant dinner will be served on the church grounds by the ladles of the congregation so that those who wish to be present at all the exercises can do so It will also give many a chance to attend the morning services- as In this way they obviate the neces city of hurrying home to prepare the noon meal In all his efforts the pastor of St Leos has had no more earnest and successful assistant than the popular young lady whose picture is i given She is Miss Maggie Cummane and will be prominent among the ladies who will be there tomorrow While there have been several hand some donations to this new church many articles are still needed as well I as ready funds The stations of the cross and a beautiful statue of the Sacred Heart as well as one of St Anthony were given by Mrs R Wag goner The statue ot the Blessed Virgin I Mary accompanied by pedestall- and candlesticks was donated by Mlse Maggie Judge The sanctuary lamp Is the gift of Mrs Henry KusUIJ The gold ciborium was presented by Mrs Joseph land the processional cross by George Prlessler The church as has been said Is ot frame wltha cupola surmounted by a oroM over the front entrance The woodwork to the Interior the pews and altar willing are of dark oak I IJ o- q a molding of the same la around the I walls Just above the windows making a good contrast with the white walls From this molding will be suspended the stations ofthe cross Two stained glass windows are in the sanctuary- In addition to the church and parochial residence there will bea substantial school building which Is now well under way and will be ready for tho fall opening of tho schools Though not yet decided it Is thought the teachers will be the Ursullne sisters At a meeting of the officers It was decided that the two companies of the Uniform Rank C1of A would turn out in their new equipment and take part In the exercises l FEDERATIONSk +Opening Mer JrAPackrd Con vention HaiijWlth fog Thousands The fifth annual convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies opened at Buffalo last Sunday the with a mass meeting at Convention Hall which was filled with cheering are thousands Tho t visitors were wel dead corned by Bishop Colton Mayor Adam died and President Smith of the Buffalo Federation President Minahan was not present but Bishops Messmer and McFaul responded Bishop McFaul Is iI in an address against Socialism uttered in the following his The stability of this nation rests upon tho America home Socialism would stretch out her foul hands upon the property of buV people Look at Maxim Gorky the Russian Socialist small coming to America to ask us to turn a upon Russia See him living with a woman who cannot be recognized as his wife That vtlllan and scroundrel than and polluter of womanhood would and preach to us the gospel of human libertyStEBy far the most Important communi cation received was that of Cardinal It I Merry del Val announcing that the any Holy Father Pope Plus X had en dorsed the Federation movement It i was received with loud applause and I the convention then named Archbishop Messmer Bishop Colton BIshop Me him Faul and Bishop Cjanevln as a com mlttee tti cable congratulations to Oe For Holy Father on the third anniversary no of his accession to the PapacymFrom tho report of Secretary Matre it is learned the Federation Is now In gllsh troduced in fortytwo States that and I there are eleven federations and his I numerous Catholic institutions There I I has are upward ot 100 parishes affiiiated- rhls report also showed that Alaska South Africa nudI Australia are In crested thoMriaremont and are ap Is plying for Federation literature 1841 The Volksverein plan for governing membership was adopted This plan favors the federation of the 16 has 000000 Catholic cltlsuns of this coun V not merely as societies i but as It individuals Naturally the Indian delegates to as convention attracted a great deal attention These were Chief Crow in Hawk and Chief Eugene Little They represent 10000 Catholic Indians be longing to the Sioux Chippewa and Gross Ventres tribes which are mom ere of the Federation The organ zlltlon has done much for the Catholic M Indian and naturally ho holds It In sigh estimation for he never forgets friend No association did more to ward the defeat of the Bard bill than this one and it has been a prominent factor In the restoration of rations to tho red men The constitution was changed so that hereafter societies parish Instl tutes and such individuals as apply to the federation for literature shall be eligible for membership The other changes were unimportant The convention completed Its labors Wednesday by the election of the following officers President Edward Feeney New York First Vice Presl dent A G Keeble New York Second Vice President J A McCleary De trolt Third Vice President G W Stenger St Paul Secretary Anthony Matre St Louis r Treasurer C D Schulte Detroit Before adjourning the convention decided to meet next year at Indianapolisela GIVE UP HOPE I Michael Fitzpatrick Led n Long and Useful Llfrai It will be with feelings of sincere regret hat the pubIc will learn that hope for tho recovery of Michael Fit J patrick has been abandoned For- years I he has suffered from Brights disease but it was not until recently that he gave up entirely since when he has been tenderly cared for at his home 1200 Delaware street Mr Fitzpatrick came to this coun try from Kanturk County Cork land when but a small boy For years he ran on the river then engaging In the hotel business In this city was long associated with John Stockton InIn the conduct of the old United States Hotel at Fourth and Jefferson streets reMr Fitzpatrick and his devoted wife I were looking forward to the i tlon ot their golden wedding anal I xersary They were married nearly ortynine years ago by the Rev Father Joyco at St Patricks and their union was blessed with ten children Only four of whom are now i living They are George Fitzpatrick- st the water tower Emmet FU- zpatrlcleln the plumbing business Richard Fitzpatrick and Mrs W A Brown l a HH MMVM HURT AT FIRE Capt Tim Lehari of No 2 engine company Is laid up athis home suffer ing from the burns he sustained last week at a fire at Fifth and Green streets For several days he remained at his poet but the burns continued to grow worse until ha was forced to quit LIl8fiOlk and take to fcli bedt a PATRICK EGAN ho Leader in Stormy Land Leagae Days Living Quietly in be New York in a American Diplomat Nebraska Farmer and New York j Financier of Ills Eventful Life Reads Much Like a Romance PARNELLS POLITICAL GODFATHER The Irish leaders who Inaugurated Land League era in Irish politics fast passing away Parnell Is BIggar Is dead Michael Davit a few weeks ago Sexton has retired Dillon Is now an old man though active Patrick Egan whose career was as troubled as any of them now living in New York A writer the New York News thus sketches life which reads like a romance- A short sturdilybuilt man looking fiftyfive fairly with a rubicund com plexlon full blue Irish eyes snow- white i hair parted In the middle a closely trimmed white mustache smile of cordial sincerity severe plainness of attire graceful suavity ot manner befitting I should say rather growing out of tho diplomatist jIn I was face to face with Hon Patrick Egan late Minister of the United to Chile I venture to say that America doe not contain today and is gravely doubtful If Ireland does single Individual roundabout whom have swirled such tempestuous waters of national and International significance first and last as this selfsame Patrick Egan He has about that low slowly uttered precise diction of the Dublin taught tongue Dublin pronunciation of English Is j misnomer it is the cleanest cut explicit most definite use of vowels and consonants known to En utterance anywhere on earth I Patrick Egan taken to Dublin by parents when but a mere child its delightful acoustics drilled Into him together with an ever essential knowledge of Latin In Is hard to believe that Mr Egan sixtyfive years of age although an birth settles that point And yet j when I run over what he has been through youll readily agree that ho crowded a world of the severely j strenuous Into even that space of time was Patrick Egan who was Charles tewart Parnells political godfather Parnell himself expressed it while It was in Egans office in Dublin 1879 that the preliminaries took place in the formation of the Laud League The organization of this League in October 1879 was as follows C S Parnell President Patrick Egan Treasurer John E Baker P and Wm OSulllvan M P Trustees Michael Davitt ThomasI Drennan and Andrew Kettle Secre aries And Parnell later swore be fore the Times Commission that Egan was responsible for the Incipiency and formation of the league In 1880 Mr Egan began devoting hisJ entire timewith othersto relieving distress In Ireland and in August ot that year the British Government In I stltuted state prosecution against Par nell and twelve others among lien Egan Parnell Egan Dillon T D Sullivan and Thomas Brennan composed the committee for defense Egan was acquitted Then Mr Egan being custodian of the Leagues funds re moved to Paris virtually a political exile safely guarding the moneys of the Irish Home party which he de posited with the banking house ot Monroe Co directing from Park thq operations of the movement at Tome In the two years that he stay d In Purls he handled a million and1 quarter dollars of Land League funds and when in 1882 ho insisted upon being relieved of that trust ho turned over to the Auditing Committee appointed by Parnell the sum ot 35000 pounds sterling of money in hand That Auditing Committee con fisted of John Dillon Matthew Harris and Father Sheehy Then Mr Egan returned to Dublin but late in that year the Government began making arrests and Mr Egan feeling that he could best serve the cause by declln- Ing to accept such martyrdom sailed or the United States and after look rig the country over settled in Lin coin Neb where he resumed the grain business conducting elevators along the line ot the Burlington Sfc Missouri railroad disposing ot all his grain and milling business in Dubl- ineOn this side of the Atlantic he was not to lose his identification with the Irish cause for he was sent a dele gate to the Irish League convention Boston In 1884 and was elected JtII National President which office he held for two years Probably the year 1888 was the most eventful In Patric- kraElans career for various reasons- irst It was In that year that the worldfamed TlmesPafnell case came up Involving the forged letter tran- shactlon ot Pigotts It was Patricl- Egan in America whose shrewd dis cernment discovered the forgery how Pigott took words here and there from letters ot Parnell patched them to gether and traced them on tissue pa per combining them Into a whole and making them damaging in character Figott confessed and the London Times was mulcted In the sum of J26000 After such notorietynot enviably at bestyoud hardly have expectei that Mr Egan would have been thi recipient the year following of Presl dential recognition by the Ministry to chile but he was a close friend nd great admirer of Mn flame and Presli dent Harrison gave him hltf ohoiceo Brazil or Chile and he chose Chile G I After more enr loss strenuous times I Chile Mr Egas returned to the InII and has since reentered the world business and GBSSICQ this time In York but never a whit ot Interest has lost In tho cause of Ireland Today the Chief Factor of those boisterous Irish times can generally found after the hours of business the quiet of his library in his comfortable home at 126th street and St Nicholas avenuo He is a deep reader devotee of music and somewhat of a performer himself He Is greatly de voted to art having a reputation as a judge of paintings and In language- he is proficient speaking and writing French and Spanish fluently arising front long residence in France and Chile ST DOMINICS DAY Will Be Fittingly Observes Tomorrow at St Louis Bertrands Greatest and most conspicuous ot the many distinguished virtues of the great St Dominic were charity and humility When the illustrious the patriarch lay on his bed of death surrounded the by his weeping brethren he said to them Have charity In your hearts practice humility like Jesus I Christ To serve God is to reign but you must serve Him with aU YOW thehearts and from love The love of God and neighbor the great commandment of tho law is not a proml nent virtue with an unfortunately large class of people of the present fay nor Is humility a characteristic to note of the twentieth century Selfishness and hate and pride on the contrary occupy a conspicuous place In I the world today and are responsible 1 tho by large measure for much of the the miser and sin that afflict mankind Thousands of men and women Ignorant or forgetful of the divine Injunc ing tlbn seek not first the kingdom ot God and His Justice but rather their own selfish ends heedless of the hardships and sufferings they inflict upon to others In the pursuit and consumma tlon of their own Ignoble purposes The deadly sin of pride has laid its fatal grasp upon countless souls and vaunting ambition and Insatiate greed Ito hurry them on to swift and certain destruction Truly to serve God Is td reign and keenly did the great servant of God and Founder of the Order of Truth appreciate this unda mental truth and he well knew also that charity and humility must needs tobe the foundation stones of his order and the most precious Inheritance withal of his spiritual children The celebration of the feast of St Dom Inlc on tilt 4thof this month should forcibly remind us of the Saints trans endent virtues and Inspire In us a desire to emulate them Rosariana in particular and clients of the Rosary Queen should bo deeply grateful to St Dominic for giving to the world that matchless form of prayer the Rosary happily called the epitome of the Gospels Tomorrow ut St Louis Bertrands church the feast of this great saint will- ie fittingly observed At 1030 oclock there will be a solemn high mass elebratEd by the Franciscan fathers and the choir will render a specialj Gregorian programme The sermon will bo preached by one of the most eloquent of the Franciscan fathers At 330 in the afternoon there will- ie the annual Rosary procession solemn vespers and benediction This I Is always an event of unusual Interest in Limerick and tho church will be rowdedFORTUNE IN IRELAND Well Known Jefferaonvllle People Inherit Estate In Wexford Their many friends In the Falls Cities will be both surprised and pleased to learn that Mrs James Mangan and Redmond Stanton have fallen heirs to an estate In the County Wexford Ireland that Is supposed toe worth at least 50000 News to the Above effect reached Jeffersonvllle and otltimatter was placed In the handijpof exSenator James W Fortune Rov Father OCon nell and Police Commissioner John Murphy who were In Louisville Tuesday to make all arrangements for the protection of the American heirs Redmond Stanton one of the beneficiaries is a wellknown and popular employe of the L N at South Louis vllle and prominent in Catholic church and society affairs of Jefforsonvllle It will bo necessary for him soon to leave for the Emerald Isle to take possession of the property and it Is certain that under his administration there will be neither rack rent nor eviction of tenants Tho estate was left by John Pitt a wealthy liquor merchant of Dublin who died about three years ago butt was not until recently that all the heirs were found hence the delay in taking action for Its distribution LONG TRIP- William B Perry the lawyer will leave August 12 for San Francisco where he will spend three weeks in the transaction of important legal business He will also visit San Hosea and be present at the Grand Council convention of the Young Mens Institute of California ENCYCLICAL Rome dispatches says the Papal Encyclical which It was expectedM would be aimed again Christian So cialists proves to be directed to the Italian clergy The document dealsl chiefly with the spirit ot insubordlna tlon and Independence manifested by Ithe Italian clergy in certain localities its effect lato condemn the prganlea ton known aa Christian Democracy This may be taken for what + it Is worth for IU has no earmarks of authenticity f n r r Visited New Mona- Passionist Fathers Sunday Dedicated Wit- emonies by- Lout Father Charles Provincial of- Dlstrlc ORDER PRAISED FOR I Tho new and magnlflt artery of the Passlonlst J Newburg road but best Sacred Heart Retreat rated last Sunday morning posing ceremonies by the RI William George McCloskey tK able Bishop of Louisville Vic eral James P Cronin of St Pat d Rev Kent Stone Provincial of th order and many local and vlsltln Catholic clergymen People beganji riving at an early hour and grounds were well filled some tI before the time set for the ceremonl begin The ceremony In the m- Ing was begun at 10 oclock by I singing of Mozarts solemn high ml the choir which was composed d regular choirs of the Cathedral ot Assumption and that of St Pat ricks church augmented by the lead soloists of other of the Catholic choirs of the city In his sermon to the Fathers of the Passion Bishop McCloskey spoke of the Joy and pleasure that it gave him have a part in tho dedication of the fine new monastry erected by thq order and to contemplate the tae that the Passionlst Fathers have a new homo He praised the order for work in preparing the new home with the idea that more and better work might be done With such a house In the midst of the diocese he said the fathers might go forth in their labors for the betterment of the world well equipped in mind and body struggle against the common enemy He charged the fathers as to the manner in which they should roj gard tho new home and as to the masr ner in which they should dw J Ho called their attehtlcfartoTu that it should stand with them with all others as a sign that there are things higher and better than the striving after worldly things The afternoon service was somewhat less formal and less ceremonious than tho one in the morning The choir and the string quartet which furnished the music for the occasion were given chairs on the sides of the porch whllo the priests occupied post j tlons In the center of the passage at the head of the steps The service was opened with music by the string quartet At the conclusion ot the cero mony the Rev Father Cronin delivered the sermon on the blessing ot the edifice With tho edifice blessed he said It ceased to be the property ot man and became the property of God Prom Its foundation stone to the sum nit of Its roof The Passlonlst Fathers who selected the retreat and bulldcd there chose well ho said It is the homo of the Sacred Heart of Jesus as its name signifies The United States which has been all in one district ever since the Pas slonlst Fathers have been represented here has become two districts the Eastern and the Western The Rev Fldells Kent Stone heretofore Pro vincial of the order in the United States will continue Provincial of the Eastern district Father Charles or the Rev Charles Lang who has been named as Pro vlnclal of the new Western district was rector of St Pauls Retreat the house of the Passlonlst Fathers at Pitts burg His headquarters will beat st Louts There are ten Passlonlst houses in tho United States Those that will bo In the Eastern district are at Baltimore Plttsburg West Hobqken Dunkirk and S ranton Those which will bo in the Western district are at Louisville St Louis Chicago Cincinnati and St Paul Kan Monday the Rev Father Philip was elected first consulator and Father Dennis sec and consultor At the dedication of the new monastery the following clergymen were present Fathers Jerome and Leo ot the Franciscans Fathers Vincent and Hugh ot St Boniface and the follow ing other priests from the various con gregatlons in the city York OCon nor Walsh Weiss WiMett Hill Schmitt Revermann Ratio Schuh mann Sheridan Necien Griffin of Vow Albany and OConnell of Jolter Bonville There were besides aHp tho Superiors of the Passlontsts BACK AT POST ulCatholics of Pewee Valley war agreeably surprised last Sunday wheq they again had with them their de voted pastor Rev Edward Does Who had been away for several weeks be cause of falling health Father Bees was much benefited by his stay in tlsanitarium and were It not for his anxiety to be with his people tie soull have remained longer with much profit ABSENT FOR HEALTH Rev Anthony J Brady the sealbus and hard working pastor of SC Cecilias church pas gone to Michigan where be will remain until September Father Bradys numerous dutiesover taxed him and It beosmenecessary- for him to xo away for his heaftu The Rev William Hogarty lLbaao will minister tc the wants of the eon- srggattoaduring hU absence r j s r tI 3 ICENr1rCT v tI0 1 SH AJtIERTCAN lUSH ftMftffluuw- ut of an Irtaft Ametkcasa- N PRINTING co PUBLISH ERS LLAR PIIR YEAR sINOLB COpy IC lie Pestefficea8eeoad Ctss Matter the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326Weel OrecnSitettT- RADES UNION I LABEL I COUNCIL LLE Ky SATURDAY AUGUST 4 Igo6 e educational bill ent has brought s into closer and lations with their lapd than has been- n hundred years icference in your purse business men whose ents you see in this Hey are usually the best ne and the fact that they ly invite your trade I Catholic medium should erlooked week the Roman corres ts believed the Vatican e was in great danger This eek they are pleased to believe KC was no reason for the start jg rumors it seems the only ound for them was the fact that- e cracks had been discovered- n the Sistine Chapel Eugene V Debs for whom the workingmen of this country had much respect has developed into a blatant Socialist His advocacy of bloodshed in the case of the miners mprisoned in Idaho makes plain- is disregard for all law and stamps him as one not to be trusted Debs will never again be on the firing line in the American labor movement Tuesday the magazine Men and Women was thrown into the hands a receiver before United States MCbonipson at Cincinnati C proceedings were instituted by various Ohio creditors aud are the culmination of troubles cover ing a period of several months Steps are being taken looking to a reorganization of the company and it is believed the publication will be continued The streets of Louisville are in an awful condition There are many squares so torn up that it would be impossible for the fire lepartment todo anything to pre vent a disastrous conflagration It is not known by whose authority these streets were placed in this condition but all are of the opinion that it would bi wise for Mayor Batth to return home and assume charge of city affairs Though the charges may be exaggerated it is up to the city offi dials to make a thorough investiga tion as to affairs at the City Hospital This institution costs the people a large amount of money that is paid for the poor unfortunates who enter therein For some years there have been charges of malfeas ance and misfeasance and it is high time that there was an investigation that would investigate The publicnow wants to know what kind of an instution it is conducting i CATHOLIC PAPER IN HOME aItraining instiution of infinite im portance because the education it bfitpws being woven with the jbread of childhood gives form nil permanency to the texture of life There are many of us who have not received the honors of a college or university but we are rialh graduates of the hearth and the simple lessons received at home of devotion to our faith and the value and necessity of principle rand honor wilt defy the rust of years and outlive the moreu mature knowledge J received in after lift Thasirrites James T Sinn ttint- heh StaneUrd and 1imesilJIt is in tjjjp homeeducationthattheCathpers l aiHed J to play An impwUBti pat Wering the home c weekly laden rsIs Q I with a wealth of instruction and valuable information contaning sermons of inspiration and lessons fo selfsacrifice and heroic de votion to our holy religion educat ing as it were our young men and women in the knowledge of all that is good and pure such is the work that is being accomplished by the Catholic paper of today And yet unfortunately many Cath olic homes there are into which no Catholic paper enters but in which can be tound the yellow journal filled with the latest divorce proceedings and scandals of life Such is the mental food many parents permit their children to feast upon and which produces incalculable harm to young minds and hearts It is believed that if every subscriber after reading his paper would pass it on to neighbor or friend introduce it us it were into the homes of those unaccustomed to receive it much good would result therefrom PUBLICITX AS A CURE OF OUR ILLS The Gospel injunction to waik in the light as children of the light is the first intimation we have that publicity is a cure for crime writes Father Phelan in the Western Watchman The worst sections of the great cities of Europe have been reformed by simply widening the streets and multiplying lamps Sin is a child of darkness But there ate sins that are not afraid of material light sins that men boast of and claim to be privileged These are sometimes the worst and most pernicious sins A crime against one man is punish able by fine or imprisonment a crime against a million men is regardedas a stroke of genius A crime that succeeds has lost half its criminality A crime that fash ion approves is not punishable at all A woman trial divorces her husband and marries a paramour is branded as a baud when ten thou sand women do1t the act is no longer censured Of late years a remedy has been suggested for this form of crime It is publicity We believe it was President Roosevelt who first sug gested this antidote Cardinal Gib bons last week approved the rem edy and suggested its universal and immediate application to the ills of the State and family We think there is a reason for com mending the remedy higher than any that ijhas thus Jar been advanced We believe in trial by jury simply because we think that the opinion of twelve honest men in a matter within their competence is better than the opinion of any one man If the jury were always thirty men instead of twelve we would be a still stronger believer in trial by jury It is clear to see from this that we have great faith in public opinion Philosophers and theologians regard the sensus communis of mankind as next to the authority of God most to be respected One man may be biased Twelve even might be swayed by reasons appealing to them individually But it is difficult to con ceive a case where all mankind would be influenced to decide against truth and right We believe in trial by jury because it implies pitient Investigation and argument Thejury is instructed upon the law and the evidence and their verdict is made up after weighing both Society at large V what is called the lftpub lfci sometimes takes cogcance of crimes and their verdict carries with it the stamp of publiccretsao- npudieowaeleueaWlaat all tfctiwoHd 3 u sasdoesand believes must be right itt i But Umc udgement s to have itsr full weight inust be like the jury of wellfully inalacted upon the facts and the evidence As to the facts the public press can generally be relied upon to present them fully and impartially We hear a great deal about the Yellow Press in these days but it sins not in suppressing facts but in distorting them The daily papers want the facts and they print them I The public sitting as a supreme jury can get at the facts in public print As to the value and import of the evidence the pulpit can be relied upon to judge them fairly I The newspapers and the preachers do for the jury of the public what the attorney does for the jury of twelve This united function of the press and pulpit we call pub licity and it is this that some of our wisest statesmen now rely upon to reach and remedy some of the most gigantic ills that afflict and scandalize our times Public opinion is the nearest ap proach to an infallible judgment that we have It has always found adequate and authoritative expres sion in the pronouncements of the Church The call of the verdict of public opinion erilightned by pub licity is little short of an appeal to Rome When the process be comes incorporated in our manners and laws we shall enjoy in a meas ure the blessings of a ready and satisfying solution of disputes which the world could claim when the world was Catholic and Roman The age is getting back to the center of the Churchs unity by very strange and roundabout ways TRANSFERRED The Rev Father Charles Clever for several years pastor of St Marys church at Bradford sixteen miles northwest of New Albany has beea transferred by Bishop Chatard to the Church of tho Holy Family at Olden burg considered one of the most Im portant stations in the Indianapolis diocese Father Clever has Just com pleted many improvements and in stalled a new bell at St Marys and it is with regret that the people of the congregation part with him BON AMI DANCE The Bon Ami Club aro now issuing invitations for their dance which takes place at Fontaine Ferry Park on the evening of August 23 in connection with their big picnic Special attrac tions are also being arranged for that occasion particulars of which will be announced later The Committee of Arrangements are W P McDonogb John J Barry George C FrancIes Chas S Raidy Albert F Martin and Louis J JCelffer SAFE AT HOME James J Fitzgerald whose many friends felt greatly alarmed when it became known that he was ill at Victor Col arrived home the first of the week in greatly improved condition and they are glad to see him again able to be out The brilliant at torney had been attending the Elks reunion at Denver before going to Victor where the high altitude caused his Illness HURT BY PAIL Mrs John Gavin a respected resl dent of New Albany while crossing Spring street last Sunday fell in an excavation made by a street construc tion gang and was painfully hurt by the fall She was assisted to her home 316 Dank street where it was discovered that her nose was fractured and that she had sustained severe bruises INJURIES SERIOUS Dispatches from Newport R I bring intelligence of the serious injury of Seaman Corbett a wellknpwn Frankfort boy in the collision between the United States battleships Alabama and Illinois that occurred Monday night His left arm was fractured and the news is that either a leg or arm was amputated but this has not yet been certified HOME FOR REST Rev Clarence Kearns 9 J of Spring Hill Ala arrived home last week for a vacation and visit to his parents Mr and Mrs J H Kearns at Lebanon He Is one of the teachers at Spring Hill and has just completed the ninth of the thirteen years of study and teaching required of mem bers before their final ordination In the Jesuit order CATHOLIC BELGIUM Belgium is sometimes indicated as a contradiction to the dictum that Catholicism hinders the worldly pros perity of a State It Is true that it is the most closely populated country of Europe it is in proportion to Its size nutverse outputiWliue and the immigration still exceeds the emigration but we prefer to point to the industrious and moral llvcv of the people asproofpf the benefits of Catholicity rather than to these signs of material pfsperlty not always its concomitantsn a A goad IQet for Irons when being heated OB a gass er UOliDe Move Uian old tea kettle with the bottom cut out Q II i ii S0GIEIV ilI Mr Paul J Coleman left today fo a two weeks visit to Owensboro Miss Tessle Wathen is at Drennon Springs for a stay of several weeks Mr Philip Hubbuch has returned from a vacation spent at Rock Haven Miss Nellie Burgess has returned from Bardstown where she visited theI Misses Stocker I Mr and Mrs Eugene J Henchey have moved from the St Charles I to 2448 Park Place flatsII I Misses Margaret Flynn and KatieI Henley left Monday for a ten days visit to Flshervllle Miss Anna OKeefe left Wednesday for White Mills where she will spend a ten days vacation Miss Blanche Carr and Miss Marie Costlgan have been visiting Mrs John McGill at Bardstown Mrs John Dignan find her son Thomas have returned from Petoskey after a two weeks stay John T Welch and wife of Deer Park are having a pleasant time at PutlnBay and New York Misses Myrtle Kilkenny and Sa111 Lacy have been the guests of Mrs Dick Smith at New Castle Misses Marcella Meagher and Mamief I Brennan are home after an enjoyable sojourn at Grayson Springs Mr and Mrs Eugene Henchey have returned to the city after a six weeks sojourn at Cerulean Sprlugs Misses Anna and Alice Burke of Highland avenue left Thursday for a ten days stay at Atlantic City Mrs R S Murphy left Sunday for Chicago and after visiting friend- there she will go to Wisconsin Mlss Mayme Ritz a popular New Albany girl has been spending tho week with friends at Owensboro Miss Florence Mattlngly of the Highlands left Sunday for Lebano- to visit Mrs Theresa Mattingly Frank Hogun a wellknown resident of Jeffersonville left last Saturday for New Mexico where he will locate Joseph Heckmann the West End grocer Is at French Lick recuperating after a successful business season Mrs D ONeil had as her guests this week Mrs J J Sullivan and Mls Marie Sullivan of Birmingham Ala Misses Margaret Brennan and Ella Sulllan have been enjoying them selves this week at Grayson Springs Miss Anna Malone of New Albany left the latter part of last week t visit Mrs Harry GIfford at Covlngton Miss Tillie Spaulding enjoyed a delightful visit to Carrollton where she was tho guest of Miss Carrie Oldham Mrs Lawrence J Mackey and chit dren will leave tomorrow to visit her mother and brother at Elizabethtown Misses Nora Kelly and Rena and Regina Lee of New Albany made round trip from that city to vllle Mrs Will Whittys numerous friends will be pained to learn that she iIs quite 111 at her home on West Madison n streU Mrs Will MackIn and Miss Regina MackIn have returned from Lebanon atfer a pleasant visit with Mrs J H Wathen Miss Elge Murphy who has been visiting friends in Chicago will spend some time in Wisconsin before return- Ing home Miss Ella Scally and her aunt Mrs Mary Campbell have been visiting fin Indianapolis the guests of Mr andi Mrs Preston Mrs Ellen Gibbons of Cleveland Ohio is here on a visit as the guest of Mr and Mrs Patrick J Walsh of High avenue Miss Mary Conroy of 528 Twent sixth street has recovered from her recent illness and is now able to r ceive her friends Patrick Broderlck and his sister Miss Nora left this week for Chicago to spend several weeks visiting retires a and friends Misses Katherine and Anna Keane who were guests of Miss Mary Fitz gerald in Clifton left Monday for their home at Memphis i Miss May Reardon accompanied by Miss Tlllle Ritz of New Albany left Monday to spend a few weeks with friends at Georgetown Iud Miss Nellie Hsliinan of the Highlands pent the past week visiting Mrs Colde way in Cincinnati and was also th guest of friends in Newport Prof Jacob Richard muslo lnstru- tor at Gethsemane College was visit ing here this week as the guest of Mr and Mrs D J Hefferman Mrs Hannah Brennan and daughter May of West Walnut street leave today tor a two weeks visit with Mrs Edward Cowan at Dayton Ohio Miss Maggie Cougblin has returned to the city after an extended visit to relatives and friends at Birmingham Ala St Louis and Washington Ind Mrs John Morton Stevenson o Chicago is spending a few days with the family of bee father John Ker rigan East Main street New Albany rWilliam Hammersmith and wife andJ Misses Edna Hannan and R8eCallaJJ han of New Albany returned the first J of the week from a visit to Corydon cn Miss Bessie B v rns of Frankfort avenue and Wise Jargaret Conroy of- Mt Sterling left ere Tuesday for a vieltto1 Cincinnati Dayton and Colum J U U b Aq bus where numerousieceptfons will be extended them by thelr friends In those cities II ViC Miss Josephine F Kelly arrived home the first off the week from Springsfwheresheenjoyedra pleasant season of rest and recrea tion Misses Mayme Sheedy Bertha Rauss Maggie Keegan Lula and Georgia Smith form a jolly party that will leave Monday for a weeks stay at White Mills Will Soden who was here for sev PhilIgineer left Tuesday for his home In Knoxville IMr and 1IIrsA1Kalb and family are having an enjoyable time at the Virginia coast resorts where they ox pect to remain till the end of the sum mer season Miss Maud McDowell of Chicago who has been the guest of Mrs Charles Bent 2608 West Jefferson street will spend next week with Mrs Matt Cas sin at Floral Heights Mr and Mrs Daniel Gill who were recently married have begun house keeping at 616 West Sixth street Jef fersonville Mrs Gill was formerly Miss Blanche OConnell of this city Miss Dora Clappln of Zane street entertained a party of friends Wednes day evening in honor of Miss Hannah lefteThursday for an extended Southern tourMiss Ednls Murphy gave a platform dance at her country home on the Kentucky river near Lawrenceburg in honor of Miss Eveline OReilly of this city who was her guest for a weekMiss Hattie Luckett a charming young lady of Morganfield Is here visiting her relatives Mr and Mrs John Keep of 2535 Rowan street She has been the recipient of many social attentions daughtersMiss Ella left Saturday for a three weeks stay at Lake Geneva WIs and will then spend several days at Chi cage and Detroit returning homo about September 1 Frank A Stretcher and Miss Edith pean ple of New Albany were united In marriage Wednesday morning at Holy Trinity church Rev Father Curran performing the ceremony Disc Hannah Malta and her cousin Peter OHare left Thursday for a visit to Knoxville Tenn where they will be the guests of Mr and Mrs P M Riney Before returning home they will visit Ashevllle N C 8Airs Albert F Martin and three children Morgan Warfield and Mar garet leave today for a three weeks trip to St Paul and the Northwest While In Chicago they will be the guests of Miss Julia Madden formerly of his city 0Mrs R L Shelton and little daugh ter Elizabeth have returned to Wash ington D C after spending several Weeks with her mother and relatives In this city Mrs Sheltons sisters Misses Mayme and Lillian Mackey ofi West Jefferson street accompanied her on the return trip to Washington for a visit of a few weeks after which they will visit other Eastern points of Interest aThe marriage of Andrew ZeIgler a prominent resident of De Land Fla and Miss Mabell Gordon a popular young lady of this city was solemnized Wednesday morning at St Marys church After a dainty wedding break fast at the home of Miss Emma Schmitt 2627 West Jefferson street 1the happy young couple left for their future home at De Land Mrs J P Gibbons of Cleveland has been here for a visit to Louisville friends and was the guest of Mr and Mrs Patrick Walsh of SOD High ave nue From here she will go to Nash rifle where she has relatives Mrs Gibbons was the writer of the letter from Ireland that appeared iu these columns some time ago that attracted widespread notice and favorable com ment The following Jolly party spent a pleasant day at Blacklston Mills last Sunday Misses Lula Lily and Mayme Schrleber Anastasia Glltnane Nannie Miller Geneva Meehan Bertha ConnellyMessrs John X Klnberger Will Sabrle Je8 Gleeson Albert Zachary Will Comstock and Ambrose McDowell Several of those present made good catches of fish The engagement is announced of Miss Margaret Wolfe and Mai J Shaughnessy the wedding to take place Wednesday afternoon August 22 at St Louis Bertrands church of which parish the young couple are prom nent members Miss Wolfe is a niece of James Wolfe the Eightstreet gro cer while Mr Shaughnessy holds a responsible position with the J M RobinsonNorton Company Miss Mary Held the talented daugh ter of Mr and Mrs John Held 1206 intcompany with her aunt Mrs Harry Chamberlain for an extensive South ataBirmingham and visit relatives and DominIck Mullaney a Louisville boy who Is now managing the Montgomery ball team From there they will go to Pensacola as the guests of Mrs George Kelly and family and thence to Mobile returning home about Sep tember 1 Mr and Mrs R Walsh 1809 High avenue entertained in honor of Mr- sJP Gibbons of Cleveland Ohio Among those present were Mrs J P Gibbons of Cleveland Mr and DfTaylor Mr and Mrs Jas Treston Mr and Mrs Pete King Mr and Mrs John BroderIck Mr and Mrs Martin Sheehan Mr and Mrs P Walsh RyanEllaKing Anna arid Alice Sheehan Char lotto Mamie Lizzie and Anna Walsh Messrs M Sheehan DJ Coleman Jas Keating Will Walsh Richard Walsh Steve Reid fepriaIiGfeJJ- Ofi I a LI n iOiyi J 7 j 1906j6 AT PHOENIX HILL PARK Monday August 6 Afternoon and Night Grand Vocal and Orchestral Concerts With kind as sistance of the Liederkranz Social Mannerchor AlbanyMannerchorTICKETS 25 CENTS CHILLREN UNDER 12 YEARS ACCOMPANIED I BY 1HEIR PARENTS FREE ts sSK x 3 s SK5x 3 e p 6pp- 6I I STRAIGHT CREEK COAL I Burns better makes less alb and more beRt per pound X- s than any other bituminous coal 4 IIIIISCANLON COAL CO I F Incorporated Ninth and Kentucky Fourth and P I+ tt I tt I I II tt OUR SPECIALTY 88Year OIdOlenbrook Whiskey Bottled in Bond 1 a Quart t WM BORGMANN 11WINES WHISKIES AND CIGARS 214216218 SEVENTH I ST YOUR CREDIT 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furnish good paper neat pat terns and paper 1foot rooms tides and ceilings for selectionrooms in proportion from 35 patterns all colors 9 and 18inch bordersR CULLEY Seventh and OaK Home Phone 6225 Cum south 2383z WINNERS Following Is the list of those who won prizes at the combination draw- Ing last week for the benefit of St Georges church building fund Mrs William Baddlx Agnlta Gruber D Eo Riney Andrew Brenninger Robert Slmms L W Barrett L W Barrett Irene Zorn A GannonMrsJSweeney H Lawrence Louis Kot helm r Matt Hoehler B tf Qber meter J A Welsh Elizabeth Bernlus Fred Ejchlen and JC Grlmmen They are requested to call at once for theirs prisesLa c o D Rt 0I 0- o c 3 III CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNSI 682 Fourth Avenut 261 W Jifluson SI Both Telephones 1050 M All orders receive prompt attention and sntisfnction guaran- teedDONT WAIT but come at once and see tbe largest selection o- fFURNITURE a of all kinds in the city H- WmFMayer i119 WEST MARKET ST Hive Your 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WEST GREEN HENRY AIJ1J POLS I DYER M CLEfflER fl tai Gals WuiUt Anwil1 11OYARRk1E6teV MMMMM Fiftfcl Strut o r n o 1 DANIEL J and Embalmer Both Phonit 2998 Carriage Furuihgd Occasions All Promptly Day Night W Market St Bet 12th and tIfft AL Furnished Short STONE MADE CO BOTH PHONES Also Hoosier Plaster Phone 9T012 Will STREET ft uri ffB Answered 13th FERRY FONTAINE ARft THE PARK BEAUTIFUL WEEK OF AUG 5 HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE 11 NELSON FAMILY 11 Mazuz 8 Mazette Eleanor Dorrell Charlotte Ravenscroft Klnedrome and other big acts FREE BAND CONCERTS By Cook Military Band every afternoon and evening NEW ROLLER RINK Two Session Daily Finest Surface in the Scuth ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Punts Free Coming Week of Aug 12 Royal Hawalln Band PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IIS THE TIME TO SECURE HATES FDR PicnicsSocials SocialsOutings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the maoa ger of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEij LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET Boas to ARIZONA- D b Patton Second Vice President of Mackln Council left Wednesday to join his brother In Aifeona where ntlyAltboughvine1 his many Mndllh4 r wish binl success M4 proPrJty Jalail iwb- ollae 1I 14rJ air r HIBERNIANS Whet They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes John T Kelly now member of the National Board is City Clerk of Milwaukee Director Moran is a whole llNational and feed merchant of John B Kennedy who success Archbishop Farley as National Chap laIn is from Hartford Conn Major McCrystal New Yorks repre sentative on the National Board holds the poslton of Court Clerk in New York City Had Marylands delegates supported County President Patrick Martin in his efforts Baltimore would have got the next convention Division 3 meets Monday night Business that interests the members will be transacted and should bring out a good attendance Hereafter the exNational officers shall have a voice and vote at national conventions providing that aBex penses incurred by them be borne per sonally The names of George J Butler and William J Connelly are frequently mentioned for the officers ot State President and State Secretary Better selections could not be made Among the contests exciting much Interest were the ball games between Knights of Columbus and the bowling match scheduled to take place at the Hibernian field day outing at Syra euro on Thursday Division 4 will hold an Important meeting Wednesday night The proceedings of the national convention will be reported and the matter of attending the coming Stato convention at Paris may receive consideration The order apepars to be prospering in the County Monaghan Ireland The Dundalk Democrat says that after an initiation held by Division 255 two honorary and six benefit members were enrolled and eight candidates for admission proposed Now on the death of a member whether beneficiary or honorary in good standing the division of which he was a member shall have at least one mass celebrated at his parish church for his spiritual welfare with in thirty days after Ills demise The first and second degrees of the new ritual were approved by the con vention In this regard it might be stated that the degrees allow the use of the preset costumes in ceitaUi parts of the ceremony A third degree is to be prepared to be given annually by a State degree team which it Is believed will be the greatest degree ever given by a fraternal society The most important legislation re garding sick and death benefits provides that a member transferred to another division shall be entitled to sick and death benefits from the division issuing his transfer card dur ing the first three months following his transfer and from the division to which he has been transferred when he has been three months a member of said division provided he has been a member of the order for at least six monthsMiss Anna C Malta the newly elected National President of the Ladies Auxiliary was born in Scran ton educated in the public schools and graduated with high honors from Scranton High School She is a high ly respected school teacher of that city Miss Malta is a charter member of the Ladles Auxiliary and has been Secretary of Division No 2 since Its organization Last year she was honored by being elected State President I Upon her arrival home she was given a fitting reception by both the Auxiliary and divisions BRAVE NUNS Prevent Destructive Fire and Loss of Life in Convent A panic was averted and loss of lifo probably prevented when Ina fire at the Convent of Mercy New York City last Sunday at Classon and Wll lioughby avenues a bucket brigade was formed by the nuns of the Institu tion at the order ot the Mother Su perior who personally supervised the work The blaze started In the ele valor shaft of the childrens building and tho smoke quickly filled the upper rooms Five hundred children were In the structure and many fled In wild disorder at the first alarm But the prompt action of the Mother Superior saved the day She divided her staff of underworkers into two sections Some she told to see to the children and to get them out of the building In firedrill order the others she led to where water and palls could be found The bucket brigade was quickly organized Before all the children had left the building water was being poured down the elevator shaft on the flames From hand to hapd bucket after bucket was passed emptied and returned then from hand to hand pall after pall filled with water came back to be emptied again When the firemen arrived they found the chil Oren in orderly formation lining the streets outside the building The smokebegrimed and almost suffocated nuns were at their posts pouring water on what had once been the bed of tire but which they had long since put out There was nothing for them to do but clear up tre charred embers FONTAINE FERRY PARK A remarkable group of performers will visit tho summer theater at Fontaine Ferry Park next week It Is known as the Nelson Family of eleven members Their act Is one of the genuine sensations of vaudeville Mazuz and Mazette will appear on this bill with their familiar turn The Tramp and the Brakeman Two pretty young women will take part in the programme One Is Miss popularsedhiLoulsvllIe Mies Charlotte Ravenscroft will sing and play selec tions on the violin and her perform ance IB always a pleasing one There are to be other ftotji and the bill will include M usual th Vlncrtrome nuns bet with th1 star t4Gurythrilling- t 1tI- I IJ Q n Q I one called The Jail Bird Cooks Military Band will give Its usual free concerts each afternoon and evening of the week KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The Marquette Club nine of Erie Council defeated the Elks nine at I base ball 5 3 Eloquent testimony to tho work of tho late Michael Davitt was given at a memorial meeting held by the Omaha councilBuffalo Council gave its annual womens and childrens outing last week and was take advantage of by about 600 The railroad excursion from St Louis to Peoria given by Kenrick Council was a success nothing having been left undone that would add to the enjoyment of the trip There will be a combination of the three degrees exemplified tomorrow at St Genevieve Mo The councils at Bonne Terre and Cape Glrardeau will also have candidates present RECENT DEATHS Mr and Mrs Harry Terrell 402 Eighteenth street have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends in the loss of their infant daughter who was laid to rest in St Louis cemetery Sunday afternoonMnday morning St Cecellas church was thronged with mourning friends of John Hore who gathered there to pay the last tribute of respect to his memory He was the son of James and the late Margaret Hore and re sided at 2219 Griffiths avenue The funeral of Mrs Rose Elizabeth Shepard beloved wife of Councilman T Newton Shepard took place Thurs day afternoon from the family resi dence 50G East Broadway Mrs Shepard was possessed of many virtues and was loved by all who knew her To the bereaved husband we extend our heartfelt sympathy The last sad rites over the remains of George Nally who died Sunday at the home of his father William Nally 1543 Prentice street were held Tues day morning at St Williams church Rev Dents Murphy officiating De ceased was a valued employe of the Mengel Box Company and besides his parents leaves several brothers and sisters who will greatly miss his af fectionate care and love After a long illness borne with patience and fortitude William N Gast former Secretary and Treasurer of Trinity Council passed peacefully away Sunday morning at 11 oclock He was well known In business circles and had a host of friends who lament his death The funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Vincent de Pauls church Monday night at the meeting of Trinity Council appropriate action was taken after which the members visited the house of mourn ing and recited prayers for tho deceased member The funeral of Miss Henrietta John ston who died Sunday at St Josephs Infirmary where for years she made her home took place Tuesday morning from the Cathedral Father Rock officiating at the solemn mass of requiem Deceased was the daughter of Gen Albert Sidney Johnston the famous Confederate commander and since its organization an honorary member of the Albert Sidney John ston Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy which was largely rep resented at the church The burial was in the family lot in Cave Hill cemetery Prof Erhard Eichhorn for many years the leading musician of this city passed peacefully away Monday night at his home 600 Sixth street fortified by the rites of the church For a year his health had been failing and death was not unexpected Prof Eichhorn was a noted cornetist and took active part at mostly all Catholic church celebrations notably at St Patricks church on March 17 Be sides his wife he leaves a brother and sister John Eichhorn and Mrs Con stantino Kollross The funeral took place Thursday morning and was the largest seen at St Marys this year SECURED A SPECIAL The Joint Committee of Satolll Mackin and Trinity Councils Y Ml at the meeting last Saturday night at Satolll Hall completed arrangements for the excursion to Frankfort on Sun day August 19 A special train will leave from First and Water streets at 845 a m and returning leaves Frank fort at 830 oclock Large delegations from the Owensboro New Haven and Lebanon councils will join the excursionists here and one of the best bands in the city has been engaged for the trip Word comes from Frank fort that a pleasant time is assured all members and lady and gentlemen friends who accompany them JEFFERSON VILLII Miss Fay Marguerite Duffy whose home is on the Utica pike east of Jef fersonvllle and Otho H Watben of this city will be quietly married at St Augustines Catholic church this morning at 6 oclock Only the im mediate relatives will be present and as soon as the wedding is solemnized the pair will leave for Now York to sail for Europe on an extended bridal tour Miss Duffy laa daughter of the late Capt James T Duffy who died several months ago leaving a fortune estimated at more than 1000000 and is an accomplished and attractive young woman Mr Wathen is the Junior member of the firm of J L Wathen Co 110 West Main street SEEING DUBLIN John J Keane who left the city two months ago to spend the sumnfter in Ireland was last week the nest of friends in Dublin While there he was interviewed aad gave us fellow countrymen an lnt relttln account of bow elections are nducvd In Louis villa and Kentucky HIS friends have had letters and pofc jf from him and all indicate that he JThaVioc the time ofhis ill DO aJJ 9 IRELAND Record of the ftcst Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Ballytraindistrict standard of last yearIi ob1tatnedi at 500 from the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland Tho people of the parish of Drum goon regret the departure from among them of the Rev John A McGuIre for four years their beloved pastor who has been called back to his native dioceso of Clogher At the annual meeting of the East Cavan Executive of the United Irish League T J Lynch was reelected President for another term There was a large attendance and an able address by David Sheehy M P The Dundalk Democrat notes the cooling of the ardor of the Orangemen in the vicinity of Clones This year they abandoned the street arches and but a little knot of seedy heads at tended the oham fight at Scarva A sad burning fatality is reported from Newtownhamllton While the patents were out in the yard for a few moments little Susan Beacon sus tamed burns from which she died the following day Susan Carsdn grand mother of the child was heating irons and it is thought the flames caught from them The greatest distress was felt In Dundalk and Drogheda when the sad news of the drowning of Michael Mc Kenna a promising young Dundalk man became known Deceased was a clerk In the postal service at Drogheda and had gone to bathe in the Boyne where he was seized with a cramp and went to the bottom de spite heroic efforts to save him The body was later recovered and taken to Dundalk for interment A pretty wedding took place at St Marys Haddlngton road Dublin when Miss Victoria Delany third daughter of the late James Delany and Mrs Delany Northumberland road was married to Edmond Lupton son of the late Robert Lupton of Liverpool The ceremony was performed by the Most Rev Dr Don nelly Bishop of Canea assisted by the Rev Father Lube and the Rev Father McKee The bride was given away by her eldest brother James Delany of Limerick A large party of extra police was drafted into tho Scarva district for the annual sham fight of the Orange men Every effort was made to avoid clashing between the rival parties and the police seemed to have suc ceeded in this respect until about 8 oclock in the evening when shots are alleged to have been fired from an Orange waggonette party into a crowd of Catholics near Rlngsend where a dance was In progress The crowd moved to each side to allow the wag gonette to pass and took no notice of the Orangemen The reports of the shots created much excitement and twopolice on cycles were despatched after tho waggonette to take the names of the passenegers It Is expected that prsecutlons wil follow An interesting story says the Irish Independent has leaked out In connection with the Orange celebration in County Armagh An accident it ap pears happened to the drum belong ing to the Orango lodge in Newtown hamilton The Master of the lodge however solved the problem He ob tatned the loan of the drum of a Na tionalist band and the Twelfth was accordingly fittingly celebrated This recalls another Ulster story On the morning of the 13th of July many years ago a page of type of a Catho lie paper was overturned just before going to press What was to be done An Orange paper was appealed to and the only page It could give was one containing speeches made the previous day on the Twelfth platforms The Catholic paper ac cepted the offer as it was the only chance of publishing at all But a subeditor saved the situation He put at the top of the speeches a heading which read This is the kind of a thing served up to its readers by our Orange contemporary BROOKLYN CATHEDRAL Statement of the week has it that in the space now occupied by the Kings County Penitentiary at Brooklyn will sodn be reared at a cost of 5000000 a stately Catholic Cathe dral following in its architecture the beauty and grace or Notre Dame de Rouen one of the most celebrated Cathedrals in France Work will be under way next spring Right Rev Charles E McDonnell Bishop of Brooklyn is the purchaser He was compelled to pay high prices for the property Tho total for the peni tentiary site and for contiguous lots constituting the entire city block was 251175 It Is said that when com pleted the new edifice will surpass St Patricks or any other on this continent IP YOU CAN 00 There will be three days of real en joyment next week on the pretty lawn that adjoins St Frances of Rome church in Clifton The city has ordered a new sidewalk and fence there and for the purpose of meeting this expense the people of the parish have arranged for a euchre in the afternoon and lawn fete at night on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of next week Tickets will be only twentyfive cents and entitle the holder to refreshments and a chance on a handsome gold watch The Crescent Hill care stop at the Jlawn It is hoped Father Whites friends from allI parts of the city will spend one even- Ing on the grounds t I CHAPTER MEETING The Congregation of the Holy Cross willl hold a chapter next Wednesday at the University of Notre Dame Ind at partslofvast importance will come before the heconditionFrance where the congregation has RevGl1berteetAblished nameIJ m n 0 I 0 CBR NKfEH B INCORPORA 111fa 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inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city DDKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES + OF EVERY DESCRIPTION + I + 34 2V Jefferson Street sss1111111111 I I IllH 11 11111111111111 111 MULLOY GIVES PREMIUMS WITH HIS NEW BLEND COFFEE Trial package of 2 Ibs for 60c gets one coupon Premiums for coupons as follows Rocking Chair 20 coupons 1 0plec Toilet Set for 24 coupons 44plece Tea Set for 24 coupons 100plice Dinner SeUor 56 coupons Dellgbtful ice tea fine black green or mixed tea to make it with at 45c a pound MULLOYCOFFEE HoraaPhont ijaj sill w MARII1CT STREET 111 I I 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 101 HH 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I 1 1 IH FII I IliM111 I1I 1 I I I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I 1 1 11 1 I 11 I 11 1 1 1 I I I I I Ivl THE NORTON 60FFEL CO IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OP GH GRADE COFFEES P IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS ffice Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main 01 +1 I l t 11 11 I I I I 111 It I I frlHHHKI 1 1 1 I I II I I I I I I I I I I No Bait = Fine IIIIMJ- l umdIic u uLL1rrtft Store Surveying t Educates Young People For Bustae Good Employment and SucctstJt AU on WMTK ron rutX wroiiuATiOH Business College urF n r f1 rsO tOO I ALL WOMENS WASH SUITS II OneThird to OneHalf Less Than Regular PricesiThis is the greatest sale of Wash Suits held by us this year Many 0prudent shoppers realized this and availed themselves of the opportunity 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 iCome in dainty fetching tailored coat styles and in the natty Eton and i I Bolero effects They consist of Union Linen English Repp and real Linen Beautiful summery shades of light blue pink lavender and tan I 398 Wash Suits Reduced to 198 i 598 Wash Suits Reduced to 2981 698 Wash Suits Reduced to 398 0- i i 798 Wash Suits Reduced to 498 iReduced to 598998 Wash Suits i J2L90NMARISET i g 000000 00000 ICATHOLIC KNIGHTS I Are Making Great Gain IIn All Sections of the Country The Catholic Knights of America continue to add great numbers to their I membership in all sections of the country and Kentucky is well up iin the work These were the words ut tered last Friday night by Suprem President Felix Gaudin who spent 11 few hours here en route to the nc tional convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies at Buffalo He says that never befor was there such harmony and cons dence as now exists and a surprising 1ly large number of new branches hnv been organized this year President Gaudin alsC informed the Kentucky Irish American that the de clslon recently delivered in Rocheste In the case of the C M B A could have no bearing on the C K of A as the certificates of the two organize tlons were entirely different With President Gaudin was the Rev Leander Roth rector of the Church of Our Lady at Maude ille and ia zealous worker for the Catholic Knights Father Roth was going to the convention as the delegate of the Louisiana State Federation WhlU hero the visitors were the guests of exSupremo Delegates McGinn and Reichert The Supreme President was urged to visit New Albany and Jeffer sonvllle and may do so this fall POSTPONED TrIntys Lucrtlre on Accoun I IofDeath of Will Gast Trinity Council met Monday night with a large attendance but as a mart of respect to the memory of Will Gast postponed the lecture that was to have I been delivered by Dr Phil G Beute until August 13 J Miller was reported I on the sick list and John F I Clark and B P Gllllgan were taken from that list President Martin announced the death of William Gast I and after his death benefit was allow ed rushed the business of the meeting that the members might adjourn to the I home of their deceased brother and I recite prayers for the repose of bit soul Adam Schneider was given a heart welcome upon his reappearance afterr an absence of four weeks spent In the West Next Monday night Edward Kelty will address the members ex plaining the significance of the vest events worn by the priest willie saying massFrom President Martin It was learn ed that Trinity Council was now In excellent condition financially the members paying their dues cheerfully and Interest In the new club house steadily Increasing KEEFE ISRAEL Miss Nannie Keefe and W F Israel were quietly married December 26 1905 by the Rev Father Schuhmann at the Cathedral of the Assumption Owing to the serious Illness of tho brides mother at the time It was deem ed best to defer the announcement until a favorable change In the condition of Mrs Keefe should take place But In tead of rallying the Invalid seemed to gradually grow weaker until death released her on July 1 It being Impos sible to leave her mother no mention of the ceremony was made to friends until Monday when Mr and Mrs Israel left for a two weeks trip after which they will be at home to their friends at 734 West St Catherine street VISITED CANADA Rev Father Michael Jaglpwlcz President of St Marys College has returned from Preston Canada where he spent his vacation with his parents With him came his mother Mrs Michael Jaglowlcz and his sister Miss Rose who will spend some time with the Messrs jaglowicz at Lebanon HOLEY IS JUDOS Joseph Foley hewen known and ucces ful young Indiana attorney has been acting as special City Judge of Jew Albany this week during the ab sence of Judge John Pang who has bMIl vUtthc in Crawford oouaty n SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuell day Evenings of Each Month President John M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Keenan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusic 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerTbomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddlc DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frlllay Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President William T Meehan ireasurerOwen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T Lync Financial Secretary John T Keace DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President Patrick J Welsh Vice President John Hennessv Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Doug erty J- TreasurerGeorie J Butler SerpeantatArms Thomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4- Meetll on the Second and Fourth Wedoe day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice President Joseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burk Financial SecretaryEmmet OSull van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly SergeantatArmsRohert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdi at Pfaus Hall County President Michael Kenne- yPresidentRobert Gleason VicePresident Michael Breen Treasurer Louis Constanline Recording Secretary J B Murphy Ir Financial Secretary John Kinney Sergeaata arms John E Murphy DoorkeeperEugene Constantine Banner Carrier Timothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y JVT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club Hous 630 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kitffe Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat onRecording Secretary John L Bolani Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana han Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 141 Rowan street Treasurer Daniel Weber Marshal James L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles O wald Outside SentinelLouis Kfnsella OIvc your boys as education that will prepar them lor life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers Classics Tientlic and IJutineu Connies Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Equlppt Gymnasium Term Moderate Bro James Dli ANNUAL OUTING The annual outing of St Anthony congregation will take place at Phosnl Hill Park on August 13 when the dinner and supper to be served by the idles will be made a special feature Arrangements now completed provide for a most interesting and varied Corm of amusements Including many attractions of a noveland unique character that will not only entertain the hlldren but older people as well Special cars will Ilave the church al 9 oclock and carr the children to the park without cha e Nothing will be omitted that will make the event a- day of real enjoy lent for all who attend KINO OPERA It will be welcome news to the many lends of Patrickbting the local poet and h morons writer to know that alight opera wrltteh by him and en titled Tile Soda Blacksmith with music by Richard fo Staley has beer accepted and wllh be produced next spring by K aw 11Erlangeri The- opera inoludM fourteen solos and lghtg fiat chort pe1ldee two anvil IcbOJlHl r lI sr CONCORDIA Golden Jubilee Celebration e of Old Catholic Singing Society The golden jubilee celebration of the Concordia the oldest Cathol Singing Society in this part of the United States will occur Monday afternoon and night at Phoenix Hill Park which should be thronged as never before There will be two grand vocal and orchestral concerts in which the leading musicians and singers of the city will take part The programn arranged Is an elaborate one and In Its rendition the Concordia will be as elated by the Licderkranz Social Mae nerchor Alpenroesli Alte Saenger and New Albany Maennerchor During all the years of its existent the Concordia Singing Society has been a factor In Catholic church musical affairs and there is scarcely 11 choir that has not at some time had singers from Its membership And at all celebrations the services of the society have been cheerfully given The price of admission is only twent five cents and children will be admitted free Every arrangement has been made by the committees in charge for the entertainment of their patrons on this occasion DOMINICAN SISTERS Elect Mary Magdalen Norio Head of Their Great Order Last week at St Catherines Acac emy near Springfield Washington county the Dominican Sisters held their council which was conclude Friday by the election of Mother Mar Magdalen as head or the order The electors represented the numerous academies and educational institution conducted by this splendid teaching body which is represented throug the major part of the country Mother Agnes who retires as Superloress was ineligible for another term according to the rules of their order Her heroIsm at the burning of the former Academ and Convent of St Catherine of Slenn at Springfield In the middle of winter two years ago endeared her to her community and the people of the ei tire State Mother Mary has had much experience and her buslnes ability eminently fits her for the reo sponslble position to which she has been chosen Holy Rosary Acadeirj on Ormsby avenue is one of the er cellont girls schools conducted by the Dominican Sisters quite a number of whom were residents of Louis vllle before taking their vows MEMPHIS The first initiation under the new ritual of the Y M I In Memphis tool place last week when twentytwo new members were admitted to ChIckasaw Council Fred W Arnold of Sarti Council at Owensboro had charge of the exmepliflcation arid the York left a profound impression on all who witnessed It At night at the Franslol House a banquet was tendered the members by Vice President Fransloll President George Lawo acted as toast master and many appropriate topics were responded to in eloquent and humorous maner Chickasaw Council Is determined to increase Its member ship and promises to be able early IE the winter to give another Initiation Grand Director Arnold has labored earnestly for the Y M I during the past year and with results that should be highly appreciated by the officers 3f the Kentucky jurisdiction PROMOTED John S Morris for many years a competent and faithful clerk in the office of the Louisville Water Company has been promoted toa more esponslble position with the company having been appointed to the place made vacant by the resignation oif John Long who has become Interest d in large business enterprises TNEUOw First Vice President Martin will tomorrow pay an official visit to St Jeorges Council Y big I at Carroll- ton He will from Union Station at 830 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