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KENTUCKY IRIS AMERIcAN JJ I VOLUME XVII NO iL J LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 151906PRICE FIVE GENTS THE BEST YET r Such Was Thirteenth Biennial Convention of Catholic Knights t Adopt Many Resolutions Tim Call For Retrenchment Ve and Reform iFslsctionHAroRcprosontcdli ntiio =Election of State jiO ulcers I LODISV1LLE GETS NEXT CON YBNTIO I i- M i iii f The thirteenth biennial State con vention of the Catholic Knights o Amgrlqn began Tuesday morning wun a solemn high mass at St CovingtoiJRIght throne and preached the sermon 11rstdealing with time purposes nml effects of the Catholic Knights The State convention he said was in good thing and should keep constantly before the members the aim mid purposes for which the orde was founded The true Knight 1Is 211be idenl Catholic one ready ever to WBUcriflce personal interest for the Igoodf of the order nml the defense at I the church The distinguishing trait of the Knights were marked and HO strong and good wero their methods that they will always stand ready to resent falsehood and present truth After a brief review and some timely suggestions the Bishop closed with the following significant utterance band together as members of youi society and you will accomplish anything you undertake From the Cathedral the Knlghtf proceeded to Knights of Columbus Hall where President He nry Hoemci called the convention to other and after prayer by the State Spiritual Director Very Rev Father Jinx in traduced Mayor Beach who heartily r welcomed the delegates nil visitors and in expressing his appreciation of the Catholic Knights gave assurance that the doors and homes of the city were nil open to them The State Spiritual Director fqllpw ed1 with n telling address that was practical and to the point Quoting time gospel Unless the Lord buildl the house in vain do they labor who build it Pother Bax had seen tho rise and fall of many societies No member should seek Ills own but the general good and all should stand together for the rights of the society It behooves the officers to investigate all charges and protect the name and honor of the organization In a pleasing allusion to the people of his parish he convulsed the convention with the declaration that the Ocr mans cant come up to the Irish jjml called upon several of the former to prove his statement State President Hoemcr appointed Messrs Marry A Veenemnn E T Houlihan George II Drury Henry Brlnker Joseph Milling and James Dwyer ns the Committee on Creden tints who found twentyfive delegates present nnd entitled to seats representedTingtlulley Three 3 declared the organization was loom ing up brilliantly in Kentucky and the indications were that when the Supreme body met in Covingtons r suburb over the Ohio rifer the Blue grass State would have resumed her proud position ns the leader in this grand old order President Hoemer announced the appointment of lied Kreutkomp ns Sergeant ntArms and the following committees I Law Jfewton G Rogers D C Swinburne John Schalda Rich Dean John Kelly T J Oleaso- nFinanceloin Diet erntah Joseph Hubbuch Thomas Dignan M J Hanley John Barn Revolutions Michael Reichert J H MIddendorf George B Howell J T Dawson Charles R Snyder Mileage and Per DiemE J Mann James E Rapier Louis F Goedde John iPartusch r Upon motion recess was taken for dinner pad upon reassembling the report of Jfthe Finance Committee was rend anti adopted The bbpks were fouridjrcorrectly kept and ant e bal v anceiif tie hands of Treasurer SylvesterRapiert V The report of State Secretary Martin was conslse and complete and Iincluded tune amount of per capita tax received and still due the disbursemehtH and the expenses of the last State Council Two new branches have been organized anti despite the losseSHbccnuse of rernt i Ing the membership still stands 1021 Brancli 4 the oldest in the State pay Jthc largest ttssessment having the greatest full rate membership State Secretary Martin recommendclI conrtlmeytiuy or llfor meeting and ahlasocIdlpnrpOses Chairman Mifcn submitted the re port of the Mileage Committee which was concurred in pnteBOlutlonllI Rogers and was adopted by a first ileclarerl this Stateote TeYdee grateful to the IiiDiBJoB P Mass for his kind reception and for his beautiful and instructive sermon Wand that it does hereby thank him jmtMIt ldeeply antI pledge its individual members to remember his words of- kind1 advice and will strive to put tlieik Jnt fdree arifltKUfliriaKe better 0 men and Knights of ourselves The other re olutidn sought retrench runt and reform and were as fol lows J That bur Supreme Delegates be and are hereby Instructed to voter n r o n anti use all influence in their Power to procure the passage ofa In w abolishing the office of Supren Treasurer and making a trust con dlturnerand use nil influence in their power against the creating of any new of flees or providing any salary for such that they vote and use alt Ill flucnce against the changing of present laws whereby any person not now eligible to hold or run for office would become ehglble that the vote and use nil their influence against any addition to any imlar of any officer of the order beyond that now fixed that they vote nnd use all influence for the adoption of a law or laws that will prohibit nnd prevent the Supreme President of this organization from filling ho offices at once or drawing a salar in two or more distinct and maepi rat characters and that the delegate elected to the next Supreme Councl will be understood to accept their election with the understanding thn they respectively stand solemnly an in conscience pledged to absolutcl and unqualifiedly obey the Severn instructions imposed on them by this councilChanges in the laws were trivial the most important being that whit makes the fiscal year end May 3U and providing forma Board of Assess anent with power to call assessment sixty days in advance of the Stat convention All back per capita tnx was remitted After extending the term of the Spiritual Director tim followingofficers were elected Spiritual DirectorVery Rev Law rence I1n- xIreshlentJostph Dicdcrmnn Xew portVice President John T Dawson Owensboro Secretary Albert T Martin Louis rillTreasurerSylvester Rapier New Haven Supreme Delegates Michael Reich crt Louisville Thomas Gleason Coy lngtonAlternntcsTudgr M T Shine am Newton G Rogers After Louisville had been selected for the next convention Judge Shine I nvited the delegates and visitors U accompany the Central Committee to the Fort Mitchell Club where 11 sumptuous banquet was served in thi evening Henry Hoemcr presided ul toastmastcr and responses wen node by Bishop Macs Father flax Fudge Shine the newly elected of leers and others Before the adjournment thnKen tucky Irish American was highly commended tQ the Knights and fntlv ollcs everywhere for the splendid work it was doing for Catholic eel ancenicnt mind thanks were return el to Bishop Carroll Council the athedral choir and the Committee dArrangementsThe pledged their nest efforts to time work before thrm and there is no doubt but that the outlook for the C K of A is brighter UJihrt everbefejre r WORKING SMOOTHLY TrInity Councils Plans For Its Trip Around the World Trinity Council Y M I met Mon i1nr evening with First Vice Presl- dntfMarkd Morris in the chair Grand resident Martin being at Bellevue where he was invited to deliver an ddress to the members of Phil Sheri 11an Council John Frieze was ap lointcd to act as First Vice President teportedIallies Auxiliary at Spring Bank Pnrk on Sunday wosn big success IlIml suggested that It be made an an iiial affair The committee in charge of the Trip Around the World was pro ressing very smoothly but urged hat they be given the assistance 01 every member of the council as the entertainment is one of great magnitude and requires n large- mnonntof time and energy to make It a s tccessTlle different countries of the world ate to be represented nt the booths In charge of the mem belli of the Ladies Auxiliary- At the meeting next Monday even Ing an election for Financial Secre iry and two members of the Execu tle Committee will be held which laces have become vacant through eslgnations of the holders Time res nation of Ben Hund as Chairman of the Executive Committee was re elved with much regret as he had mnde a faithful officer The an ouncement was wade that time annual minstrel show will be given at acauleys Theater on Thursday ctober 11- HOME FOR EXILED NUNS An exQueen Prioress Adelaide blow of exKing Miguel will rcl ni ed over Portugal frown 1838 to 1834 Isi among time Benedictine nuns who went to England with her Community on its expulsion from France After the remarriage of her son the Duke pf Braganza Queen Adelaide withdrew from the world to carry out i mgcherlshed resolve of devoting erself altogether to the service of the church But she was destined to sperience sad vicissitudes even In- the life of calm prayer to which she had expired The forcible breaking up of the lioly cloister at Solesmes affected her profoundly and the ex- 11es fleeing from French intolerance aunld not at once forsee the nanny coisolations awaiting them at the Isl of Wightf however after liar Ing been tenants of Granville Ward Who gave up his beautiful h meat orthwood for their use the Ben lictine iiiius1 have nor acquired the KteSslve building of Isle of Wight ollegg near Hyde King Edwardll- has set the example of honoring time lustrious lady by visiting her when twer lie is in the vieihltyv A rileee of Q lieen Adelaide Prlnetee Ague of owenatelnWertheim iis also a mem ber of the Benedictine community o a o j AGAIN IN LEAD DIaclcin Council Now at Head of tho Young Mens Institute Conferred Major Degrees 00 Record Breaking Class Sunday Progressive Catholic socle Celebrates Thirteen th Anniversary NEXT COMES THE FALL FESTIYA Mae citt Council now perhaps os strong and influential n Catholic benevolent and educational socle ns there is in Louisville celebrate its thirteenth annlerRary on Sun lay and Monday of this week 11111 hereby sprang Into the lenll In 4 the Young Mens Institutor For thlrtee1 ears time orgnnlzutlon ins worked among the Cnthol oung men of this city but especial hose of the West End with result hat have been productive of grei rood and been most gratifying to lergy and laity in general as well ns the parents and relatives of the members Founded under the III ection of the late and revere Bather Mnckln for whom the council was named it has made stead irogress until today when it hns upon its rolls nearly 600 practicn Catholic members From the first has been the puruose to inculcnt lmtriotIsmits ranks to foster charity am irotherly love and Wherever possible levate their moral and social stand Ing How well Mnckln Council i1ls ucceeded in this great work couli best be attested by our Catholl actors who see these young men ttending regularly the holyseen lice of the mass and frequently re eivlng the blessed sacrament in their espectivc parishes And could tin ethers and mothers wives sister 111111 sweethearts but witness the ceremonies last Sunday afternoon there ever would be complaint of the time pent at meetings held either nigh or day Since the election of Charles Raid us President the first of the year the members have awaited with mori than ordinary Interest the pro resume for the observance of tin thirteenth anniversary The aunlver ary number cut no figure In titranks of Mackin Council nnd there fore about two months ago the decision was reached to inangurate II membership contest to cloys September 9 with a big initiation on the following Sunday and n compllmentarj reception euchre nnd dance Monday evening Tennis were selected b- lien Reed and James Mullarkey liS- the leaders anti meeting after met flreRentedlonglaRt Sunday when u class of sixty of the best Catholic young men In- tho city presented themselves could it be determined that Capt Reed and Ills tear hind won in a contest thai laced Mackin Council not only In- tho lead in the Kentucky jurisdiction bllt stamped It as the richetit and strongest council in the order Nol 11 California or the West nor in entisylvnnla Indiana or Ohit it there n council with equal assets The credit for this largely belongs to Ben Sand who originated and en mrageil the Idea and will see that both tennis are entertained with either n theater box party or a trol lcy ride The council chamber was throng- edI with members who were anxious to welcome the new class Shortly after 3 oclock Conductor Louis Kief fer anti the degree team made its up jnrance at the head of a class of slxty candidates who were given n- most hearty reception by the hundreds awaiting them From beginning to end the work was impressive nnd instructive and words of praise were bestowed upon Robert Ilurke Wlll1nm OToole Cornelius Dlttoe Den Sand Will Daly and the others who for three hours cmpllfleel the ritual in a manner that surpassed nil tempts at former initiations and iUght a lesson that made a lasting Impression upon both the new and tho old members- Though time hour was somewhat late when the work was completed all were anxious to hear n few words from visitors members and condi dntes and when Grand President Murtin was introduced by President lIahly there followed long nnd loud plause which was repented when Jnl1es Shelly William If Higgins Dan Cuniff nnd exSupreme Delegate irry of Lexington were presented resident Martin declared oekln- the first and foremost council in the rlsdiction and said the work of the dnJwould Insure continued blessings c KPresldents Shelly and Cuniff ex presRed their gratification and felt amply rewarded but made strong pleas to the new members to throw off their coats and take the lead for- thofall festival Editor Higgins called nttentlfn to the generolsty of Maekln Council in taking the candl ilatelf into equal partnership and urged them to remember the obliga tlonthey assumed and what they yed the council after which JohnIm llarrr said lib was forcibly remind e1 of the proceedings of thirteen iars agog when he assisted in the ganl7ntion of the society Andy Kast wanted to adjourn and for a- few minutes kept his hearers con yulsed without utterlaga word Robert L Fisher speaking for the ndidate said the brotherly feeling anife ted was something indeserlb able but he hoped the afternoons J CIo a n work would prove the best in the Ms tory of the society They woultl take off their coats and do as much or more for the fall festival than nn other sixty in the organization Tohn Nelllgan Patrick Ring MUm I ell Steve McElliott Tom Filburn nnd others expressed like sentiments nml called for a meeting for Friday nlght when they will organize for the fnll festival The present of a hundred fans from Gatlipf Bros was n related and after n vote of thanks Raidyjourned nd night when thercceptlon euchre and placeThe Monday night wnll all that had been predicted and wns greatly enjoyed by the members nnd their lady friends Andrew Jast presided nt tlib euchre and nwnrdi ten handsome prizes j UNITED IRISH LEAGUE Third National1 Convention 1 to Be liCldinPhilallclphia The third untone1 convention of the United Iris f League of Amerii will Ill held hVWUherpoon Hall Philadelphia omen October 2 nndJ next A meeting of the Nation Executive Comijii tee will be held nf the BellevueStrt fiord Hotel nt Phi adclphla on iNtoiiday October 1 in meeliately preceding the opening or the convention JA great public den onstratlon will take place at the Academy of Music in the evening nt which Gov Pertnypacker of Pennsy I mauls will presille and the envoy from Ireland will speak In an nil dress announcing the convention the Executive Commute says The certainty that a measure of selfgovernment for Ireland will bl the main business of next years nc sion of the English Pnrllamen should not alone arouse the enthus nsm of nil friends of time Irish cnllll in America but should make it n patriotic duty for the branches to se that they are fully represented i the approaching convention It ma be the last occasion on which Ire land will need to call on the suppor nt her children in America and In this crisis of Irqlands history ever effort should be made even at the riskof personal sacrifice to bison that the voice of IrishAmerica IIII fully expressed st the convention 111 behalf of Irelands claims A fittin rtelcome to T1 OConnor lL1 P and lIon Edward Blake M P the envoys from Ireland will not alone 1 0 n just recognition of the splnndic Cervices they havg performed for Ire and but will likewise have a power ful Influence in Broadening out the provisions of time coming treasure of self government for Ireland It is expecte1therefore that ilu jrnnchcs wlllHc3 + chat the binges timber of delegates permitted bj the constitution of the orgnnlatioi shall be sent to the convention AUSTRALIA Sir Daniel OConnor Talk of Country Without- Graft Gods country where grafting iIs unknown politicians are honest and municipal ownership waxes valiant Is Australia said Sir Daniel OCon nor of Sydney Australia In nn nd Tress before the Irish Fellowshli Club of Chicago last week Mr OConnor emigrated from Ire and to Australia in 1855 He was one of the framers of the Australian con tltution was Postmaster General of Australia nine years member of Par lament thirtyone years and nt present Is Minister of the Crown Be fuse of his thorough knowledge tho development and conditions ofI Australia he was selected by frown to compile and write a book to be entitled Fifty Years Under tesnonslble Government in Aus ralla and after he had worked on- titt two years and expended 5500 the manuscript was burned while in the lands of the publishers in the San ranclsco fire Mr OConnor said he estimates the loss at 00000 as it Could be almost Impossible to dupll cnte the production all notes nnd ref ircnces gathered by him in fiftyfive ears having been destroyed In this country there Is more or less truth in the adage that after a man falls In every other vocation he becomes a politician In Australia the opposite is true ho said AU hough the water works lighting acilltlcs steam anti street railways belong to the Government and mu icipalitics charges of dishonesty gainsi public officials and Judges nre almost unknown Politicians artlcularly are honest James McShane who recently ro turned from a visit to Ireland spoke Upon return to his native land he wns alarmed he said at the de rease in population of able bodied men When an Irishmen grows big enough to learn of America he starts for this country he said CHINESE PRIEST COMING Announcement has been made that rchbUhop Farley before leaving Rome made arrangements for secur Inll a Chinese priest for Now Yorks hinatown A chapel will be erected In the heart of the Chinese district as soon as the priest arrivesI- MPRESSED 00Bernard Bowling a leading citizen of New Haven was here the first of the week and was an interested ritness of the initiation at Mackin oiincll last Sunday afternoon He vas much ImpresweHl with i his receii tlon and the ceremonies and said that Stl Catherines Connell might MOon call upon our team for ah ex mpliticationn l CHANGES Observed by Hon E3 McDo mott While Visiting Europe- Rathskollers at Bremen Rnd Luheck are IntoroBtliicr Places While in Ireland Risked Hl Neck to Kilt Blarney Stone COURTESY OF AMERICAN OFFICIALS The representative of the Ke tacky Irish American called on Hon Edward J McDermott who has Intel returned from Europe nnd asked him to give its readers some account of his trip lIe left Louisville on 1une 17 and was gone ten weeks While in Sweden he took depositions in the Ouchterlony will case and later al tended to a legal matter In Ireland In response to ninny questions he saidI crossed the ocean on the Kalse Wilhelm IL and after n pleasan voyage of seven days landed at Plymouth England and passing throng a very beautiful part of the Southern counties arrived In London wher I spent a week In the House of Commons I heard nn Interesting debate on the much discussed ecluca tlonal bill then pending in Parlia ment and prepared by Mr Btrroll ind I also attended n session In the House of Lords Time Right lion ngIIshKentucky and In New York was cry kind to me nnd added much to the pleasure of my stay In London I then crossed Into Holland an after stopping n day at Amsterdam to enjoy the fine art gallery nnd the aid and Interesting buildings of the ity I made short stops at firemen Hamburg and Luebeck In Bremei and in Luebeck many of the buildings were very old and very Interestinf is specimens of the architecture of the Middle Ages Hamburg Is a big mutt flourishing city Its City Hull III one of the finest in the world Tin old Rathskellers at Bremen anti nt iaiebeck are most curious mid Inter Stinjr and places where the thirsty raveler can get delicious wine My next stop was at Copenhugei iflWrnnarlc mr epiaint prospereni old city with a magnificent gallery the works of Thorwaldsen one of Inthe greatest sculptors of modern fines Here 1 had the pleasure of neeting and dining with the lIotlr- T OBrien of Grand Rapids Mich and now our Minister to Denmark ind nn able lawyer and polished gentleman whom I met several times In Michigan In Norway I found that hrsttuia and Bergen were flourish- Ing commercial cities The scenery In time southern part of Norway III nountainous nnd grand Parts of tin nountuins are covered with per petun 1 snow and the valleys are vat red by beautiful mountain streams very Inch of available ground If lighly cultivated Cattle anti goat In the summer time are driven tc the tops of the mountains for pas ureage and are kept there for nonths On July 12 while I was Tossing one of the mountains in an open twowheeled vehicle the snow foil on us until it wax an inch and It malt deep on the road and we suffer ed much from cold The fiords whIch run from the ocean far Inland are navigable clear ind often run between steep and high nountalns making the scenery most beautiful The waterfalls are Innu nerable and at times very large frequently time traveler will see six or eight large waterfalls at one time The people arc very Industrious inrdy polite and thrifty Sweden Is Iso a picturesque and beautiful ountry and BO covered with rivers mHl lakes that one can almost go all over it in a boat Gothenberg Is a urge and prosperous town I found the American Consul Robert S S Jergh a most efficient officer and 0 polite and agreeable gentleman who thought that he could not do nough for his fellowcountrymen rom America Stockholm has been ailed the Venice of the North It Is n beautiful and thriving city with many interesting buildings and art reasuresI a week in Berlin which hns grown so wonderfully in size arid inproved so much in beauty in late bunrecognizableytwenty years and I spent a week In Paris which next to Rome Is the most interesting city In Europe From Paris T went straight to Dub l1n As we approached Kingston the arbor of Dublin bysea with tUs1 tant views of Bray on the left anti beIforeIIceneof exquisite loveliness llos not changed much In DublinI ears although Lord Iveagh tlie Uulnness family made famous by their manufacture of stout has torn down many old dilapidated build hi andasDrtablo dwellings for poor people and the middle classes lie has opened amI beautified one very pretty park InI hnelglmborhoodhIrection with seats on top of the car for those who prefer that elevat ed place and the majority do the imoUs jaunting car is still ot every corner and is avery comfortable rev hlclo and convenient and cheap Their visors alwa smake your trip whether long or short more agree able with their cheerful racy talk The museum in Dublin Is very in rd teresting and instructive The coli lection of weapons nnd utensils prehistoric times and ancient monIfI ments and plaster casts of fnmo sculpture are very complete and ml gardenPhoenix for In recreation anti for instructive enfer talnment for old arid young but ll1 fortunately the Old Pnrllamc politictemplemoneychangers and not as It Hhouhl peheThough only a few of the Irish peo vote for theirrepresentatives was at least het ter to have that Parliament that iI to have none Fortunately it seems noW elapsebeforehave n Legislature sitting in Dublin purcldomesticwill follow later I went to the beautiful valleytof Glcndalough where the ruins of the seven ancient churches still remai preseredloftthirteen hundred years when Irelan was undoubtedly the most civilize part of Western Europe The tower is about 120 feet high It shows that the people wro build it had great mechanical skill Time has done it no harm Its purpose Is not yet beyon dispute My legal business carried me to County Mayo and later I went to th Lakes of Klllarney and Cork nml Blarney Castle and Queenstown or course I had to kiss the blarney stun even nt the risk of a broken neck for no man with Irish blood in hll veins could fall to do that It is now twentyfour years since I made m last visit to Ireland and in that time I see much Improvement not so much in the cities as in the country districts where tenants are hnylnj the lands for cultivation Whereve they own land the houses are bette and so are the gardens and the field It is not an uncommon sight njiw In Ireland to see pretty cottages with nice gardens and beautiful flower uirroundlng them In the centra part of the country and In othe parts one is at times surprised to observe how few houses nnd men nre to be seen how the tenants liarbeen swept away from the lands b amine or Imlgrntion or by excesslvii ents When these large estates an gradually broken up by Governmen purchases and are sold out to the people the country will again support large population In former year 11 tenant could not be thrifty for iif lie was he only Increased his rent tot his comfort nor his wealth bnt tow Industry nnd thrift can harm their just reward and therefore time will be more evident and universal REFORMS Conveniences Badly Neededr FopOurLoulsvlllciI Parks Just before the fall elections wi Iways hear the cry of Dont forge to vote for the park bonds nnd wi re told what a great boon the parks- lire to the poorer classes who an not able to take their vacation ai the seaside or mountain resorts low that Is just who deserve and should receive the full benefit of out marks and who the majority of tax ayers believe do derive the benefits but unfortunately our local park N stem is not conducted as it shouh be In the first place Cherokee and ihaw nee Parks are admirably adapt cd for those who have conveyances nml can ride through and admire tho scenery but for the families and hose who care to go to them for recreation or a Sundays outing they n1O far from being perfect Instead of Ice water barrels at convenient lo atlons there lire a tew old battered ermgatherlng pumps at consider nble distance apart and as for the toilet room arrangements theyarc imply a crying shame and a disgrace to a city as large as Louisville Cherokee and Shawnee Parks both are notorious in this respect and the management of these two deserve the strictest censure that can be put upon them as there seems to be nbI olutely no attempt on their part to keep these places in a sanitary con Itlon and avoid diseases It has been robably figured out by these custo dlnns that the class who are able to drive by wont see them and that nything is good enough for the masses who frequent the parks We hope that every taxpayer and Voter will visit the parks and see for ticmselves or either consult those who have had their families there for a days outing or those that visit the arks regularly for tennis base ballad other games If this is done many a deaf car will be turned to tho wily politician and his cry of parks for the poor people unless n much needed reform In the management is not only promised but guar nteed In towns of less size than ouisvlllo there are public band concerts for the people who are unable to participate in such affairs as the Mnt music festival and other costly musemcnts PLEASANT OCCASION Miss Maggie Oregon entertained hursday ereninerin honor of Mr and Mrs Mal Shaughricssy recently roared Time eveningwas one of real easure and was enjoyed by the folI lowing Misses Mayme Rlley Libby onlca Mary Roth Julia Hesslon Bdlth Gllllgan Julia Kelly Maggie ShBUgh1nessYussey Messrs D J S Gleespn Thomas Keenan Jr Patrick King Uobert Hcsslon A B Wilder Will earelon Elmo Martine Will Martin and John Grogan Thomas Higgins a rnondJJead Eugene OBrien nymohd Ileardon Upward Wolfe lMr and Mrs John Reardon slid rand Mrs Mal haughnessy J U tJ ti JESUITS Selected Father Francis Xavier Wernz as Head of Their Society New I Leaifor + SixtyFour Years Old and a Native of Germany Recognized ln Church Circles as Progresaivo and Extreme ly Energetic HOLY FATHERBID RSBS THE ICTIOM Time religious gnthering nt Homo last week to which the eyes of the world were tuned cncltd Saturday when Rer Francis Xavier Werirz tt German was elected General of time society by the Congregation of the Company of Jesus or the Jesuits nil It is more popularly known in suc cession to the late Father Martin tvho dIet last May Following the election a messenger was immcdi itely dispatched to the Vatican to inform the Pope of the choice which to become effective requires the Papal sanction The strictest secrecy wee observed but It Is stated jtlmt two ballots were taken before n final choice was nude The nnnounccincnt that anew General of the order had been iliosen was communicated to the outer world by the ringing of a bell which was the signal that the meet- Ing was nt an end Father Alfred iluertens Procurator General of the results went to the Vatican to Inform Pope Pius of the compariyK choice The Pontiff expressed great satis action over the selection of Father Vernz He is just the man fitted for the position said the Pope He tent Father Wernz the apostolic benediction and also an affectionate let tcr of greeting Father Francis Xavier Wernz was born at Rothwell Wurtemberg on December 2 1842 and at the ago of fifteen years entered the society of which he was chosen head After n long course of preparatory work ho too up the studyof canon maw at Dlttnn Hall arid in 1883 received an Appointment as professor in the 110lueonr4ft1 g ng with the most profound questions of canon law Four volumes of this work already have been pub Ishcd lie is a consulting member of the congregation ecclesiastic ex raordlnary affairs and Index council It Is predicted that the choice of Father Wernz ns General of the So ilety of Jesus will result In time infusion of new life into the organiza lon He Is recognized itt church circles as a progressive man of present lay ideas and extremely energetic An interesting anecdote of Father Vernzs boyhood when n gypsy oothsayer predicted his later success In life Is recalled In connection with his election According to time story when time old gypsy fixed her eyes ipon the boy she raised her hands hove her head exclaiming There Is n man of the future All those present who trod heard tlle gypiys words pressed arounu the old woman nnd the boy pouring question upon the fortune teller He will command men she told them in answer to their inquiries of what she saw for the lad in the attire Will he become chief of the gypsles1 asked one of the spec ators lIe will be more than that the oldh woman replied Others may bo king of the gypsies but he will be IOIIC of the gypsies Father Wernz accompanied by otter Freddl Vicar General of the rder and Father Alfred Macrtens rent to the Vatican Sunday for an udtence with Pope Pius Thet party wns received by Mgr Bisleti majordomo of the Vatican His Holiness met them nt the door Father Wernz IIm1 the prelates knelt but Pope Plus mull not allow Father Wernz to kiss hs foot Instead he raised the new ieneral up embraced and kissed him nnd kept him for a longtime in conversation during which he congratu ited him on his election and made Inquiries about the work of time con regatlonPARSONSCARTER Next Tuesday morning at 73T clock at the Cathedral of the Assumption titers will be a wedding of idcsprcad interest In Catholic circles the contracting parties being Charles Parsons and Miss Stella Carter They will be married with 0- Dnssnt which the Rev Father ScljuTi mann will officiate Both awMvcll mown and popular and the cwemoriy w111 attract a large garnering of frlendsnnd thej happy I couple Tfe lrki4leetils the daugh ter of Mr arid Mrs John B Carter and is a young woman loved for her muny charming traits of character r Parsons is well known in social and athletic circles and is engaged In the printing business Tlp attend ants will be MUs Alma Parsons sls- ter of time bride and Gils Vacca and 11essrs Will Daly Roy Campbell Clarence Nevlri and Louis Kief fer will 1ct BRushers Following giantwed ng brealcfast tthe residence of the brldds parents the newly wedded- mir will leave on their honeymoon trtlp and after October iO will boa home to their friends 8t tsirZafiu street c o jt12j u 1 SFNTUCKY IYYaYY A1VJERICA 1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflfl V uxxnpnxmxxxnx iOTOted to the Moral Bad Social Advancement of all idea Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS UUBStPUPTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the towlsvllle Postofflco as SocouflCIiss Matter A4 en allI Corcaaslcslloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1906 IMPORTANT UTTERANCE i At the banquet following the Stat convention of the Catholic Knights of America at Covington this week the Right Rev Bishop Macs In a force ful and eloquent address declare that It was good that Bishops priest and laymen come together and Urea bread upon such occasions They ought to be more frequent he said and then the Bishop and priest would know Letter their people The jnori the people associate with and know their priests the greater their respect for them Bishop Macs has en dcared himself to the Catholics of Kentucky because of this attitude the results of which are cvcrywhert apparent throughout the Covingtoi diocese Encouraged by him and the clergy the Catholls societies arc in creasing and doing a splendid work for themselves and religion W would humbly suggest that the plat of Bishop Macs be given a trial in all dioceses FELL SHORT We regret to tell it but nevertheless it is the truth that the reception tendered William Jennings Bryai last Wednesday fell far short of what had been expected The parade was notable only for its long line of car riages filled with men not active in Democratic party affairs and the marchers numbered only a few hun dred instead of many thousands There was of course a great gather ing at night at the armory to heat Mr Bryan and he was given a hearty and cordial welcome but the reception upon his arrival was a fizzle and the cause is apparent to all The Democratic party of this city is too big to be denominated by anyom man who would use his position in the interest of any State candidate and this was made plain as the small parade moved along the streets TARIFF LAW ABSURDITY Of all the absurdities to which Con gress Avoir eter committed none c tfflff s tlio imposition ofduty on works of art It is nn ignorant law to foster ignorance and ought to be cancelled with a deep black stroke says the Catholic Union and Times If art galleries are educational duty on art is a tax on intellectual progress Others nations pay to get art we pay to keep its benign influ ences from our rocky shores Art begets art and art is the highest form of the expression of a nations thought The Parthenon will stand to tell of the blory of Anthenlan tasts when the epics of her poests will be forgotten It is as nonsensical to tax foreign art as it would be to tax the foreign artist whose very presence hero js educational and is in itself inspiration aye more absurd is it for art is the artists better self The leblslators meant no doubt to levy tell of the glory of Athenian tastes legislators meant no doubt to levy on blocks of marble mercantile stuff for not all marble is art no more than all art is marble Let Congress early repeal the law and cease to make America a laughingstock for the nations who would not part with their masterpieces to pay their na tional debt anti would gladly invite and add to their treasures the untax ed art of any land Americans pay dearly to go to Rome Florence or Paris but will not pay one cent for best ideas to come to them This is Rome or Florence or Paris in its logic standing on its head One of the best features of Judge John McCanns decision in the Sun day closing cases was the allowing of theatersj base ball billiards bowl ing and other irinocerft amusements not be contradicted on Sunday It can that young men who work all week will not elect to spend their entire Sunday at home and if the above mentioned amusements were closed orf that day It stands tore son that in cold arid disagreeable weather they would be driven to worse ple8yh re they would be sure to receive a warm welcome and so V step toward their downfall TVexppnens of the blue laws do thisnotphase olkihe casein the jrefprm move ment hall of New York says the Mall u livesinthestreetOver of thatcity floandwinguncomfortable rooms the people pour nout onto the front steps the Mile wallfs the city parks and tip gjfeat hlgkwayis Only another proof that God infedC country and man made tliei liJitne latter doing a mighty poor jpb when genuine enjoyment iis aoaslresL Tie rttB who thus crowdr the 1arBa thL wouhil berhker 13mild ap wt ioo ai 4sat t Nth W11lSN 1JttwEe j p yr t f I n n room and employment for all win will work Our untilled lands contain fortunes for industrious people Pastors of churches ought to strive to their utmost in organizing mens communion societies patterning nf ter the Holy Name Society as then is nothing more edifying than to see a body of organized men approach ing the communion rail and it also has a beneficial effect on boys and young men Laymen should nisi lend their every assistance in thli laudable purpose i A fake Franciscan monk who 1ms been swindling the Italians of the Eastern cities with nn elleged blest ing of St Francis of Assist has been given a long penitentiary sentence at Syracuse When he gets out i it fs thought he may try his scheme Iin these parts and we therefore warn our people to hand him over to the police the moment he presents himself The City Council of Carrollton at its meeting this week purchased the electric light plant that hind been op crated by private interests in that flourishing little city Other town throughout the State will watch with no little interest the results and IiIf successful many will follow Carroll tons example RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Ilcginia Baud took place yesterday morning from St Anthonys church of which she was one of the first members Mrs Baurle was a native of Germany but for years had lived in this city where she reared a Christian and respecter familyMichael and Catherine Crowle have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends in the death of their ten yearold son Michael who died Wed nesday at the family residence 1735 High avenue He was a bright and promising boy and was a favorite among his youthful companions The funeral took place yesterday from St Patricks church I Thomas Lawler whose injury was noted Inst week died Saturday thorn ing at his home S80G Garfield avenue He was well known and highly re spected in the community in which he lived and the sorrow that was felt for his demise was manifested at tilt funeral mass which was largely at tended For the bereaved wife and children there is felt the greatest sympathyThe and unexpected death of Antoinette Linneman the eleven year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Linneman 1722 West Madison street was a great shock to her par ents and friends She was taken ill Monday while at school and was re moved to St Josephs Infirmary where she was operated on for appendicitis Wednesday but her strength failed and she died Thurs day morning Antoinette was the idol of her parents and the blow falls heavily on them The funeral will take place from the Sacred Heart church this morning HINTS ON STYLE The circular skirt still continues to hold its own Green in combination with gray is seen a great deal Among the novelties are shown waists in Roman stripes and plaids In the new silks a great many styles are shown in black and white Golf red and light gray have supplanted navy blue for small childrens coatsThe trimmings of lace passemen terie and galloon are dreams of beautyNew coats for misses and small girls are made like the popular tour- Ist coat For small children reefers with em broidered emblems on the sleeves are still worn For the small boy overcoats of the Russian blouse style in blue red and brown are regarded as favorites Coats for fall arc in greater length again The tailored mannish wrap about forty inches long is a Safe and The very short walking skirt such as is being worn in New York will be a favorite right through the sea sonThat the round length rather than the trained skirt will prevail for fall can not be doubted reliable style tnat will give excellent wear if made of tan covert cloth or gray worsted suiting simplecloaksandedatsof chiffon broadcloth in loose eapcllke or grace fully draped form jwilL be more gen rally worst than any other yrrapa of the kind arid combine the virtues of tnod jr ice grace aNd economy Advance howl 1gsiJi high class re tall bop already include flannel and cotton sxirtingasin striped pat erne Made in simple fMrt styles with and without attached collars The fall models Jmye the fulllength kevsalftv AA r many oeow will f re well conta ia the BVlfitt4 tYIe perhaps mos offtleir Af all ergarealledthe i atinWi styles iflaaevcrf mixed aallJ nrWliiy ekftvked Ibtlnmekl as are leM for nwna wear IY 0 unJ IVGOD BLESS TUB CHILD tTwas in Ireland laud of dreams tif hills and dales and silver streams Passing one day by a cottage door I saw a child of three or four Holding his hand was a wan so gray That I thought of Decemberthe boy was May The boy was an angel Ob wondtou fair With his Irish eyes and brownish hair I longed for the power to carve or paint The child was an angel the man a saint iA wonderful child Grandpa I said The old man smiled as be raised his head While a smile of pleasure lit up his face A smite an artist would gladly trace Then all was dark and black and deep As pit or cave when the worlds asleep The old man turned aud walked away HU white lips moved as he seemed toI pray Then I remembered the Irish way When yon speak of a child to always say God bless him or her as the case maybe And so I added God bless him Ah you should see The face light up the eyes expand And you should have felt his strong rijh hand- Superstition Perhaps Who knows Not I But one thing is certain and that iiis why Im writing these rhymes of a splendid race Of its fairy tales and the tender grace Of its Hope and Faith and Charity All of them filled with a poetry Rich as the Romans Arabs Greeks That ever and always to its children speaks Of God and his angels the Mother or God The Soggarth aroon and the sacred sod The land of the shamrock old Innffail The land of the grand old Clannagael SOCIETY 8 Mrs Julia McNanaman has bees spending several days in Chicago I Miss Sue Sweeney has returned from a visit to friends at Lebanon Misses Miriam and Hose Wathei have been the guests of Miss Mar Abell at Lebanon Miss Mary Pilcher will leave Mon tiny for St Marys College where she will be during the winter Patrolman Thomas Simpson left Tuesday to spend his ten days vaca tion with ielatives at Fairmount Miss Nellie Brady a popular Guth rie girl Is visiting her aunt Mrs Charles Southerlln in New Albany Charles McKenna who has been quite Ill with typhoid fever at his improvIngingMr and Mrs John Burke of Lex ington enjoyed a delightful visit tidy week with Mrs It Guy on Dank streetMrs John C Graves of 044 Fifth street chaperoned a party of young ladies on a visit to St Marys last MondayEdward J Diven of Lebanon was a visitor here this week as the guest of Miss Margaret Gernert of East Chestnut street Senator McNutt and wife and son have returned jottte city after spending the Qjountrs months nt their country home Miss Abbie Chester of Haldeman avenue has entirely recovered from her recent illness and is again able to receive her friends Mrs Charles Murphy and Miss Mary Dell Murphy are home from Lebanon after an enjoyable visit W E Werkley and family Mrs John T Malone and family who have been spending the summer at their cottage at Bay View Mich will return home next week Patrick Feeney and wife of Fort Worth Texas have been spending the week as the guests of Mr and Mrs S Everln In South Louisville Miss Maggie Grogan of 1710 Seventh street left Wednesday for Lebanon to visit her sister Mrs John Caskey and will not return till late in the fall Mrs Will Wliltty who has been HI for five weeks at her home on Vest Madison street was able to be out Thursday to the great delight of lien many friends Miss Anna Clary of Marlon Ohio who came here to attend the Clary Prcsser nuptials Is the guest of d rand i T McOinn of 515 West Chestnutstreet Mrs Gregory Moriarity is visiting In the East before returning to Louisville She will visit relatives in New York Philadelphia Jersey Hackensack and Atlantic City Misses Rosalie and Nellie the bright little daughters of Mrs Ella Delaney 1709 High avenue returned his week to Mount Slon Academy where they are being educated Mr and Mrs George Menlg and laughter Miss Lucille prominent in social circles at Kokomo Ind are icre visiting their aunt Mrs Nancy ONeUl all West Breckinrldge street MM Mamie Curley and John Zlm merman who were married last week at St Patricks have gone to hpuso keeping and are at home to their lends at Seventeenth and Mala reels tH Mrs Mary Wlllett has returned to her home IB New Albany after a e- ndaystripto Brown county Ohio here she accompanied her daughter i lira Katharine who has entered the t icacleray of the n Ursullno CpnVent iiJiere i The lend of Captam Oldharri i of HBinal Co upeay No lr vtll be i 0- II ID f pleased to know that lie is recoering from the injuries sustained at the fire at Fourth and vncstnut trlets and will soon be able to return to his post Henry W Kerberg the promising young son of William Korbcrg nnd Amadee Rlchy candidate for the hoily priesthood have returned to St Francis College at Cincinnati to sre- sume their studies after spcndln an enjoyable vacation with their parents in this city The marriage of Miss Ida Irupp and William Rinsing was solemnized Wednesday morning at St laulH church with a nuptial mass The ceremony was performed by Re Father York and was witnessed I a large assemblage of the friends of the bride and groom The genial countenance of cex Magistrate Joseph Keycr was wrenth ed in smiles all week and with good reason The stork visited his Ilome and left there one of the prettiest girl babies that has arrived this summer Congratulations have been showered upon the happy father who has fittingly celebrated the welcome event Tuesday morning at St Joseph church howling Green Samuel T Raybold and Miss Augusta Kelffc were united in the hold bonds of wedlock by the Rev Thomas Hayis Much Interest was taken in the eent as both are leaders in the best social circles of that city Both bride nnd groom have frequently visited Louisville and are quite well know here The groom is a rising your attorney and the bride one of Roy Ing Greens most lovely young girls Miss Cornelia Clary and Hen Presser were united in marriage at the Cathedral of the Assumptio Tuesday morning with a nuptial mass Rev Father Rock officiating and Bernard McGinn and Carl Hol lenbach acting as attendants After the ceremony n wedding breakfast was served at the residence of Mr anti Mrs Joseph P McGinn uncle and aunt of the bride The oung couple then left for nn Eastern tour and on their return home will reside on Third avenue near Chestnut One of the prettiest September weddings was solemnized Wednes daymorning at the Cathedral when Miss Nellie Gnrvcy became the bride of John Nadorff The church WIS thronged with friends and well wishers of the worthy young couple WllO are now enjoying an extended hone moon trip lien Dr Schuhniann officiated at the ceremony and was the celebrant of the nuptial high mass After the reception anti when the happy couple were about to depart they were surprised by n large company of friends and a band of music who accompanied them to the depot and gave them n hearty sendoff WHAT POPE HAS DONE John D Crimmins of New Yorl in his address before the Catholi Club of that city said In the three short years of his pontificate Plus X has inaugurated the form of the entire body of church legislation he has restored sacred music to its true place and dignity he has laid down 1 splendid programme for the teach- Ing of Christian doctrine throughout the world he ha infused a new spirit of zeal among the priests and bishops of the church he has reform ed more than one pf the Roman con gregations he has made the worl ring with the defence of the rights of the church In Franca Spiritual and devout courageous wise strong and flowing over with the milk of human kindness possessing traits that make the whole world akin wi pray and all Catholics pray that lili lays be prolonged with health and strength for the arduous labor of the pontificate And we as Cath olics recognizing the Holy Father as our spiritual guide and director should by our life and deeds and with a pride born of the position we occupy as members of the Catholic Club support him and ever be ready prolnimEUCHRE AND PRIZES Kentucky Division 23C 0 I A to L E Division 78 announces a euchn for Thursday afternoon September 20 at Odd Fellows Hall Walnu street between Second and Third rice prizes will be given and the ladies will be delighted to have their friends attend These euchres have proven most enjoyable and n jolly nf ternoon Is in store for those who participate LONG TRIP Louis Borntaraeger one of the best known letter carriers in the central portion of the city will leave today with his family for a long trip to the North They will spend a few days with friends in Cincinnati before returning home VALUE IN MONEY The value in money of the Vatican tIle Popes palace in Rome and its treasures is estimated at 150000000 WOMAN AND Love Tell a woman day after day if she equlrcs it of you that you do love her and make herr believe Jt and then you can rob her neglect her and she vlll still cling to ypu and fight for ouIn words in polite society or words and deeds iu impoliteagainst aU t worldKITCHEN TOWELS The most soiled kitchen towels will become sweet and white with this treat mentover with cold water put them at the beck of the stove add one table x onful of shaved caatile soap and the juice of half a lemon Let it come to a oil gradually aid repeat the process Jase first la tepid then in cold water A little child may know more of the language of heaven than the man who has digested the whole ictlonary of pious phraseology The most pppular garment for ishpol glrlB is the blouse suit which III slipped on and off Many and al ways presents neat appearance I i 0- Ua FRENCHCLERGYW111 i Titan SUrrender to Enemies Archbishop Parley Tells of His Observation WLiio Visiting Europe ji What Archbishop Ryan Had to Say Regarding Deplorable Situation THE CHURCH IS MADE STRONGER Archbishop John M Farley of Xew York arrived home Saturday from Europe on the steamship Campanii The steamship Cepheus having on- board more than 200 Catholic clergi men and laymen of New York met the steamer down the boy and accompanied it to the dock where the Archbishop Was taken aboard the Ccpheus and taken on a sail up thc Hudson river The Archbishop salc he saw Pope Pius three times and that the Pontiff was quite welJ Speaking of the French situation Archbishop Farley said Either the Government will compromise with the clergy before the 11thof December or the French clerg will be stripped of all they have fJle feeling of the French clergy on the subject may be well illustrated 1 b what Mgr Lecot and other of the clergy said We have written No surrender on our banner We arc ready to be stripped of everything and if taut 1 done we will begin nil over again and evangelize France as the Apostle did The French are willing martyr J if need be continued the Archbishop No man can be a more will- Ing martyr than the Frnnehmm They are being martyred every da in the East You know that a few bad men can make more noise thans a whole city It is all nonsense 10t suppose that there is no faith 1 in France The bad element among lit laity at the head of the Governmen have encouraged all this confiscate of church property that they might benefit thereby I will give you an instanceA of men made 1300000 francs by the confiscation of the Convent of the Sacred Heart alone This confiscation business is simply a game of stealing on the part of iIr- religious men not even Christians That the Catholic Church asks onl the same freedom in France as it is accorded in te United States was dc dared by Archbishop Ryan in an In terview upon the encyclical of the Pope and the French situation That must be the result in the Archbishops opinion after any commotions that may arise and that result will be attended by another tIle effect of persecution a stronger Catholic church than ever But to illustrate the difference between 1 church let alone by the Government as the church in the United States and the situation in France tin Archbishop reproduced a word picture of n scene at the bedside of a lying patient in a French hospital as first reported by a Protestant- A Protestant gentleman suit the Archbishop was going through tin ward and saw a sister weeping at tin bedside He inquired if the patient were a relative No she said but he was a Catholic and had been a bat man and wished to repent of his slna He requested that she would place the crucifix where he could see it and she was forbidden by law to sat- Isfy this dying request of the mar who wished the help of the cross to think of his Saviour Think of a Government in our country which would attempt to Interfere with the religious consolations of the sick in the hospitals This is only one of many illustrations that might be given of the course ol the Government inspired by the hatred of the church by hatred of Jesus Christ by hatred ol very symbol of Christianity by the same theism as in the French revolu tion I call it diabolism The movement seeks to destroy the constitution of the church Some people Imagine that the Pope could have done anything he pleased in the matter but the Pope was powerless to do anything else than lie has done He must uphold the constitution of the church He and all the Bishops of France and all other Bishops have no power to consent to the propositions af the French Government to over throw the constitution of the church If there was disloyalty to the Govern ment anywhere they should punish the disloyalty Edmund Burke said there was no way to frame an in lictment against a whole people but the atheistic movement in France has not only indicted a whole people but convicted and punished without a trialWe know continued the Archbishop that in the present movement of persecution of Christians in Frnnee Government spies prepared 1 blacklist of men who went t91 church and of men whose wives went tot church or who sent their children to church POTATO FRITTERS Twp large potatoes four eggs two tablespoons cream two tablespoons iweet wine two tablespoons lemon ulce half teaspoonful grated nut nee Boll the potatoes and beat them lIghtly with a fork Beat the eggs well leaving put one of the whites Add the other ingredients anti beat hem ail together for at least twenty mutes have plenty of hot butter or lard in the fryine kettle drop a taafelespoonf of the batter at a time intQ it and fry until a golden brown erve with sauce HAPPY PEOPLE The happiest people in tub world are those who keep out of debt out of politics out om office shun not sty make an honest living by honest means follow the golden rule umbly serve the living God quietly doinged D t fl v v The Academy ofSt Catharine of Sienna Near Springfield Ky be opened to a limited number of pupils the first iiWill of September 1906 For further information THE SISTER DIRECTRESS c I NOSPENCCR Prxideat- and Ihpert Accountant SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS Employment till UfliOllNtlfNllBHk Building LOUIS LLEKY College CREDIT IS BUY NOW PAY LATERI Diamonds Watches and Jewelry on Easy Payments Diamond and Jewelry Credit Co 3OX VV MARI T STREET LOTS FOR SALE FOUR IN HAZELWOOD2- 5x195 feet for 135 eachcash 2 lots 38 x200 feet 300 each 3 lots 33 3s110 feet 200 each 3 lots 50x88 feet 200 each Also 94 feet running to point nearBeechmont 300 ADDRESS L 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shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 2406 Payne St SENTENCE SERMONS perfectfectOnlv an insignificant temper is lost easilyThe common task makes un common hero- Grumbling i does not help your growth in grace fWe find in the world what lies in our heartstt Many a cross disposition is mis taken for a divine cross The way to find lifes gloom is to seek only your own glory You can not chase away this worlda gloom with a cast iron smile The bitter tongue sends most ot its poison back into its own heart It will be hard to cash your repentance in heaven unless it is in dorsed by reformation When a man looks on his religion tea ticket he is apt to find himself on the wrong train L When you meet a truth that ia afraid of any other truth you may know that you have found a false hood Ws The saddest failure is when a man stops at a small succeed when he was sailed to a great one If you can sot find your neighbor you certainly can not 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GIVE US YOUR ORDER I 1I 1Ct Kentucky Irish American i OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET J USEFUL LIFE ENDED I Remains of F M Mcfcalfi Bornc to Grave by Nephews The legion of friends of F M Me calfe were deeply pained when they learned of his death last Friday Born in Nelson county sixtysix rears ago he came to this city while a youth anil here he lids since made his home and an enviable record For years he was recognized as a lending contracting painter and in his bus ness dealings he enjoyed the confidence of nil who knew him Mr Jlei calfe was generous to his employer and was never known to refuse when appealed to for n worthy char ity Besides his wifo he leaves two daughters Mrs Michael Tynan of this city and Mrs Smith of Daytoi Ohio and two sons James and Will lam Metcalfe The funeral took place Sunday afternoon from St Pauls church Rev Father York con ducting the services and pronouncin n feeling oration over the remains Six nephews Ben Metcalfe Josep Melxsel John Metcalfe William Cot rigan Samuel Metcalfe and Willlar Metcalfe acted as pallbearers an tenderly laid the rcmainn to rest be ncnth a flowercovered grave in Si Louis cemetery POSTPONED Debate Between Maclcin and Sarto Councils- Y M I The debate between teams reprc seating Mackin Council of this city anti Sarto Council of Owensboro that was to hove taken place tomor row afternoon at Mackin club house has been postponed till Sunday September 23 when the Owensboro djv baters will be accompanied by tn large contingent of friends At Tuesday nights meeting of Mackin Council still another applies lion was received and those initiated Sunday pledged themselves to make the membership 500 before Januarj 11 taking that number for theii watchword John Smith was reported Ill but John Buttcrman was said to have almost recovered from the Injuries sustained recently A letter if condolence was sent Will Lawlei Dn the deth of his father who was juried last week Next weeks meeting will be made nteresting by a preliminary debate and the week following the council vill be entertained by Vincent B Smith and lion A J Bizot who will leliver special addresses COUNTY BOARD ELECTION The County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will meet tomorrow afternoon at 230 oclock at heir hall in the Hopkins Theater ulldirfr for the purpose of holding the biennial election of officers This Is an event of much importance to the order in this city as those elected will have the responsibility of entertaining the State convention two ears hence and taking such steps as will greatly increase the membership President Quinn requests that nll divisions be fully represented GOES FOR REST The Her Father Edmund Kaiser ssistant pastor at St Anthonys icrman Catholic church in Jefferson Hie left Monday for Terre Haute rhcre he goes for a needed rest and Islt to Father Eichenlaub whom he ucceeded in Jeff Father Kaiser has been an untiring worker since as uming his present charge and it is the universal lope that his vacation rill privc both enjoyable and beneficial FIREMAN MNALLY HURT Martin MsNally of Fire Company No 16 was hurt Thursday morning inl responding to an alarm the en glne on which ho was riding collid ing with a street car Mr McNally wns thrown t6 the ground avid received a bruised hip and shoulder in the fall He was removed to his rest ence on West St Catherine street where he is now resting easy OWNS HIS HOME The Holy Fattier still owns the amble little home in Rieae where he- Was born refusing always to sell it DECORATES A CARDINAL Emperor AYniiam has decorated ardiaal Kopp with the order of the Black Eagle the highest Prussian t I i t GOOD WORK 1- ii i FAIR PRICES l decoration This is the first the order has ever been timeii on a Catholic prelate It is able that the relations between the German Government and the Vatica have grown closer since the Churc and State situation in France became acute The hcaquartcrs of Cardinal Kopp are at Breslau wbere he has steadily used his influence I In bettering the relations between the Poles and the Prussian authorities KNIGHTS OF COL1H I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere State Secretary Mcskill has Institi ted a council at Iloskville Conn There was n largely attended e cmplification of the three degree at Centralia 111 last Sunday The major degree was exemplifie Wednesday night at East St Louis Many St Louis Knights were present A new council in the southwest part of St Louis is now nearing or ganization and it is thought it will be Instituted in the near future The Knights of Cleveland and Err are cnthuslasctic base balllsts The teams of the two cities played the first game of a series last Sunda at Cleveland in the presence of n great crowd The next trip of the Interstate Tours Club will be Europe and the Mediterranean This will be unothe family trip of the Knights n repetition of the Los Angeles special onl on n grander scale The date of sailing has been set for March 27 One of the most unique and pie turesquo cavalry organizations in the world is the Oxnnrd Hough Hiders of Oxnard Cal The company iiis composed entirely of Knights of Col umbus all members of Oxnurd Coun ell 750 Most of them are native son of the Golden West The companj Is an independent organization nni is not affiliated with any military organization or troop The men an all expert riders while the horses are highbred and valuable animals tin best in the State The uniform iiR simple but neat and attractive It consists of a blue blouse khak trousers and leggings gray broad brimmed hat and large red handker chief worn around the nec- kAMUSEMENTS The next offering at the Bucking bum will be the Imperial Burlcsquers nn aggregation of funmakers alway velcome at this popular play house In the company are forty people vho will present two uptodat nusical farces and an olio of excel lent merit Nat Goodwin will open his weeks engagement Monday night at rtacauleys appearing in his two greatest successes The first half of th week he will present The lenius and for the last half When Ve Were Twentyone Ills company is a large and clever one and is Iiended by Miss Edna Goodrich a Beautiful and talented young actress The biggest musical success of last canon was Tie Yankee Consul the piece in which Raymond Hitchcock von his spurs The piece was seen in the firstclass houses and ere ted a vertible sensation all along the line It will be gratifying news to the patrons of the Masonic Theater to know that this splendid comedy will be the attraction all of next week Bert Howard and Leona Bland will be the topllners of next weeks bill ot the Hopkins Theyare favorites rith vaudeville patrons everywhere ond have a new sketch The Stage ilanager which is said to be the best effort they have yet put forth It affords Howard a chance to play the nlano There will be another ketch of an entirely different kind on the bill presented by Robert Whittler and company Haffayettes thletic dogs will furnish a trained nimal act new to local vaudevillians The StelnEretto Troupe renowned band jumpers and n number of other good acts will round out the pro ramme SEASON CLOSED Phoenix Hill Park has closed its Zabel hasumtner season Manager 11ad a most successful year and had the largest share of the seasons outings Under his control the park has come to be the most favored recrca tlon spot in the city COLONY FOR LEPERS The Hev L L Conrady the Del Ian priest in whose firms Father amlen breathed Ws last at the HawaIIan leper eeloriy on1 the island fr Molokai is orlhis way te China wllere he wilt establish atmilatv Sfeel nioa and spend thev rest of lite lifts i 1 Hard licks make good iluck U u n- D n t n f IREST AT LAST West End Mourns Death of One of Its Oldest Citizens Michael King seventyone years old nnd for over half u century a highly respected resident of Louisville died Sunday evening at his resident 2439 Slcvin street after an illness of but two weeks Deceased was a nn thc of Ireland but came to this ell when a young man locating in the West End Front the first Mr mng wns an active and devout member St Cecilias congregation and tor many years past has been the President of the St Vincent de Paul So ciety While still a young man he en gaged in the floral business in which he continued up to the time of Mil death Mr King was of that 0111 school of Irishmen who were nhvay s doing good for their fellow men Ia iin quiet and unostentatious mannei and whose death is felt as a dit tlnct loss in any community Two children Patrick King anti Mis Mary King survive him The fun ern 1 took place Tuesday morning from SI Cecilias church with a requite high mass that edifice being thronged with mourning friends and nc qualntanccs who came to take a Inst look and offer n prayer for the repose of his soul REPORTS Made by Delegates to Con vcntlon Hcldat ParIs Division 4 of the Ancient Order or libernlans met Wednesday evening and heard reports from the delegates to the recent Paris convention Presi lent John A Murphy told how much he was impressed with the speech of welcome delivered to the delegates bj 3ishop Macs and how the conventioi idopted resolutions urging the divls ons to organize and give their warty support to ladies auxiliaries Joseph P McGinn and Frank P Jurkc spoke of the social side of the lonvention and the hospitable treat cent that was accorded the delegates The Sick Committee reported ilichael Costello as being ill and Joe ODricn as recovered from his recent linens Frank P Burke Joseph P IGinii and Stephen J McElllott were appointed to draft resolutions on the death of Michael J Ridge who died lnst week and prayers were offered up by the division for the repose of hisi soul Much interest was mani ested in the coming County conven ion as the delegates from Division I have several important measures to offer for consideration GREAT SPORT The Douglas Park Jockey Club has urnished the lovers of racing with nother week of fine sport Thus fnr the meeting has been a success Int every respect and the dally at tendance has been exceedingly large ccauso of the State Fair there will be no racing next week but the cessation will only add zest to the closing week which will begin Monday eptember 24 In the meantime a number of Improvements will be made and the track widened at the tocequarters stretch MADE GOOD Harry Lally who has been playing with the crack ball team of Columbia S C is home the season having clos- ede last week Tarry was among the lenders In that league with a high elding and batting average It is morc than probable that he will be rafted for laster company and his home friends hope he may be secured for next years Louisville team OETS ANOTHER TERM Col Joe Hermann for the past ten ars President of the Sinking Fund CommIssion was reelected for another term at a meeting held Tues day morning The honor was entirely misought Col Hermann being now In Europe He has given Louisville faithful service and the honor con ferlell is but a slight recognition of hi signal ability i DONS THE BLUE John Dolan was sworn in as a lem- ber of the locall pole force last fjat day and at once entered upon Ills ities Vila friends sed with bili oppearanee and predict for him u Jngandiisefiil career aa guardian ftll1 people in hiHI district U i FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 I Brewers and BottlerLOU SVXLLE sr- DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener BREWED BY SINN Sc ACKES- REwIIRTG C01tlPANXNC- ORPORATEDTELEPHONE 4lS2 LOCIvILLSBEE I ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barle and hopsnever permitted to leave brewery until proprely agad TELEPHONE z3 O Louisville Brancn rourrcentn and Jciiers ICumb Phone lain 1913 s9rmTzx WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flrsc Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN K OBRTBLs BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY ASK EOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN B FRANK VVALTERS 1 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3093 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY HUNOLD DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLEROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty name Phnae 4330 540 W WALNUT CJ SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET SPECIAL REDUCED RATES va HENDERSON ROUTET- o Denver Colorado Sprlngi Pueblo Col San Francisco Los Angeles and San Diego HQMESEEKfiRS EXCURSION RATES SEASON 1906- CoMlct fotes te CaUtorata Peliti and GREAT NORTHWEST Dates ef Sale Sept 15 to Octi 31 Ask us fer fellfuil Informetlon =JHGallagher Trav Paw Agt L JIrwin Geal PHII Ageat Louisville Kjr When on the f6 Water Wagon try a bottle of CocaCola Then youll- understand At all good Bars Groceries u4 Studs EEMANN BEOS tJoooJltDS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS DIStillers and WliuleealeDeal era ia Fiaert Brand ef zees tacky Wbiakiea e peciaUf PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND MepMeaal1t4I 234 SlztkSbrAd rilES UIUOftSr t- VALSJ SALOON1 VAlLlEStCr1 Pro lIet LHHok ewry awrnlBg loess f4tto 12t80 oclock aIW GB r a C t i iii A NTUOKY IRI8H AN13iRYcATt 1 THE BIG STORE Showing of New Fall Styles Mens Suits of Quality 575010 12 15 20 25 fall fiats II 398cfTIlE BIG STORE 424 Market to SI as9 Fourth and Flllh MILTON M MARBLESTONE de CO you Want in Save SiOO On a Piano THEN ATTEND OUR BIG SALE this sale prices on every make Piano we handle will be cut q deep offering you achance to secure HlghGrade Pianos CxJhat will astonish you rdia vded to the doors and must make room for thDse that are ow This sale Is bona fide in every respect and if you wilt l tore and see what shape we are la for space you will ifnat what we say Is true tie Most Beautiful Piano Store in the Cotmtry TENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO 6QSOeO FOURTH AVENUE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of ILVERWARESuitable for Wedding and Holiday Presents Select Your Holiday Presents Now and We Will Reserve Them For You BRUNN Jeweler530 West Market Street TUB Gnas iRooerstBOOR coJPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE + Give us a cat SjfinestBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES fOF EVERY DESCRIPTION l33 WV JodEEorson Street tx88 8SS t P I 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 I I I 11 3I1tii1t11dIiil1IISUMMER OR WINTER Hot weather or cold youll find my coffees the best poundsfor17 Ibs Good Santos 100 Gibs Special Coffee 100 5 Ibs New Coffee 100 i 4 Ibs Honduras Coffee 100 3 Ibs Mocha and Java 100 Delightful Ice tea fine black green Or mixed tea to it with at 45c a pound MULLOYCOFFEE 21 w fARKEX rTRID1tOT 11ITTIrTrI 111 1 1 11111111 1 1111 I 11111 11111 1 I I I 1 11 Mil frfrHIHHit t I I IH+ I+H I IHH 1 IIi IHIIju lHttJ I He NORTON 6URD GOFFEE GO IMPORTERS BLINDERS AND ROASTERS OF r niGH GRADE COFFEES 4 Ti IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS iOffice Warerooms and Mills 347 W Mainv iH I 11+ 1 I I II lIJInIIIH 1 1 I HtJI+H+lnll 1 I H+l 11 I+H Oat 1 t H n H H no t tit H oQax snEarAVrY- 8Year Oldd Olenlirook Whiskey I Bottled in Bond 1 a Quart i IJ t h W IfB0i LL 0 lIfLYLdilL T J T 1 WINES WHISKIES AND CIGARS 214216218 SEIrE1vTS ST AfflHH tHHHfti Hlnt HiUt nn ru tt n BAWNOfl I Pte Coffee Grade Blend make AVVVNAV r 1EANNBNEvPI NMWOLTRj OI 3e ijetary I 11 B BANNON YrMeoral J B ppCC f J j tJlIDI cBIDf DD- swsehlvrlPit t r J L d iripefe 5tMalaanr Dtltili Tfl lthiailSireet i atrisiiieielf ttMfxMiffFI av UM fr rC M tCWro + i tt J- I 1 iway =Sliwlk nick OFFICE 6086AZi1WJHIflOf 1j Ct- Ai THLl1PIoMt167Lr I1aq kad AyaiI lie 9lb d ie4k- p IIILP l I aoa ru iJ I r e tt QYY IOIKI o cO tp t Mothers Here Is Your Chance to Buy School Suits IThe suits on sale are medium weight and they are made throughout They are reenforced where the strain most strenuousin short they are ideal school isIIAges 7 to 16 years Ig Doublebreasted Woolmixed Cheviot I Suits nicely tailored 250 Suits for s Wool Cheviot and I Cassimere Suits regular 400 grades for 1791 Doublebreasted 2981 T 4 1 Doublebreasted Wool Cheviot and I o Worsted Suits regular 500 grades v 398 I Needs For the School Boy at Prices III Wool Capsjgolfand lQ W I 25c quality w oColored Negligee Shirts collar at I of the ol the The Is In the the first of the pig re in by the 480 were from the The of was by who a sum of The in was 63 and at no time did the than 70 of was from his One and were at the of as an ideal for age with and in lee are for the first half of the year that the local fell 1100 tons of the from the in and state that the crop on the rely for their is a total due to in Tom the Irish has the of Alex the and that when he has trout the to his arm he will be to in a in was at a last week by a of corn at the as from the of the were Mice must be scarce at New bliss The are a that took in St It that the the door he that the poor box had been Jfo por tion of the the ap of by the were and in lust year met their and one were were and the total for the and one hun fired and An has been in Cork to take to for It is to the to all the of East with u view to for the best for that at The pf fine has done a deal to the 6f the a Time oat is now the who is the best he cat to the 6f all his now that an has It is that the of the has s from the o the can not the re cent of the on the of fits too low A of the of the ten ants vrill be KeW to ply arid see Is beat to be done the Ito11el for a of had well into is now to be by the Mr B j hMii the in of Time vas old and the etc eem fer at least hi of jt l was n for on the a aiuV men he It8 vas ftttd with the mind Beu noed to one liijail As ke vas away be a j 4 01 ti mmm Extra Special lebrcastcdllII I Singlebreasted I can be Special I I My hZ II 1ge1IJM22 I I MARKET STREET BETTHIRD MID FOURTH ill IRELANDRe- cord Most Important Recent Events Culled From Exchanges educational system making snlendid headway Count MayoAt markets rived Tipperary Merchants Association pigs booked station house James Whelan Glass lough street Monaghan recently entered burglars secured quite money normal temperature Dublin during August thermometer register higher degrees Thomas OMalley Santry Count Dublin evicted holdings there hundred sixty armed police present eviction James Perry County Surveyor County Galway regards Galway place combining drain milling navigation terests Dublin imports Increasing figures showing manufacturers short supplying demand Advices congested districts Mayo Sligo Koscommon potato which peasantry mainly support failure cessant rains Mclnerney champion wrestler accepted challenge Munro British champion intimates recovered injury prepared engage contest Dublin Much amusement caused wedding Xewbliss deluge Indian being showered happy couple they emerged church Bucketfuls grain poured ntthe bridal party Monaghan police actively investigating daring robbery place Josephs church appears when sexton opened found entirely removed church presented pearance being injured burglarsTen passengers killed twentyeight injured Ireland during Sixteen servants deaths hundred injured while twentyfour other persons killed eighteen injured yearlbeing fifty killed fortysix Injured association formed Ballymucoda County steps obtain better prices barley proposed extend organization barleygrowing districts Cork taking united action securing possible prices grown home recent spell weather great improve Poaloesmeadows presented pitiable sight harvest upon farmer doing accomplish saving crops opportunity presented Itself stated agent Newblisa estate received reply viierpof property stating they accept proposal tenants grounds being meeting committee Consider there what under circumstances Petty Sessions Courl which long number yearn past nigh fallen dilapi dation about renovated owner njamih Vhltftlttj Pwho placed work hands tradesmen building originally uMdIIn manor Burt Interior fixtures tobVlftiirfe couple centuries tramp named Quinn arrested Clones hagging iuldic treat wlthabllltngo diom from taiten before Jwsttee Tiernty charged stfauau month bring taken matte Jom i Fifty Allwool Single m breasted Suits 600 values had for Sale college shapes homegrown 1ttelmony Shirt Waists with belt 250 quality sale price Jersey Ribbed Underwear shirts and SOCIETY DIRECTORY AO IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddlck DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran- RecordinKSecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month President Patrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancialSecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Prank P Burke Financial Secretary Emmet OSulli Van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly SergeantatArmsRohert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Plans Hall County PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VicePresidentMichael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryJohuKinne- ySerieautatarmsJohn E Murphy Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner Carrier Timothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y OMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Cbnrles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat tonRecording Secretary John L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana han Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDanIel Weber MarshalJat3esLMullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella SHORTHANDADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW latIIlataing by practical work from the start The ad vantage offered by the TRUMAN SYSTEM are unsurpassed Tills i the shortest cheapest and estplan ever offered atudenu Call or addres AW M iionExpert Accountant 551 Fourth Avenue threat that oil Ills release he would have satisfaction from his worship He was then sentenced to a further month in jail Just fifty years ago tlie Sisters1 of MercV coming froth Sligp founded the first religious community la the- Iloeeaeof Clogher since the soroalleil Reform tion They took up their abode bi41ieb Bk8 of LQugb Erne 1 tfarlrolhwhere St Fanchea of old founded her convent They now fpr the first time appeal to the gen eroity and charity of t1nv public for tHlrn Wconrent at CastleblayneyI A JMNM with some land wan purchas wl fer tJmTh old house had tow rim di a4cUt6n made tp It two aclioo1roO ftttad tupetc which cayaburtkNIstl J with a henry tlebt1 rJ 0- tit4r rf t r f I1 298 v I 1ge l HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- New5 Notes Boston promises to take up the Hibernian Cutlet question in earnest this fall and winter Maine held its State convention this week at Portland About 150 delegates were in attendance Division 3 should have a splendid meeting Monday night as the business of the month will be transacted Joseph Doran Frank ONeill and Charles Kavannugh all of Division 1 apprlclute Singing contests make interesting the meetings of Division 7 of Minne apolis This week the loser was to furnish the division with apples All members of Division 2 should be present at the meeting next Fri day night President Ford will have something to say that will Interest and amuse everybody Plttsburg Hibernians have arrang ed to celebrate a Davltt memorial day tomorrow The literary features will include addresses and recitations on the life of the deceased patriot Division 1 of this city through Secretary Keenan sent a letter to the Paris division expressing appreciation of the kind treatment bestowed upon its delegates to the State convention Time First Rhode Island battalion of the Ilibernian Knights had a great reunion list Sunday at New port With a number of invited mili tary companies they made an imposing parade State President Dorsey has taken steps for the formation of a division at Skaneateles X Y Fathers Purcell and Higglns hove now a chance for one of the biggest and best divisions in Onondaga county National President Cummings will visit Brockton Mass on September 10 and be the guest of the hays Di vision The boys contemplate giving him a hearty reception and us 1I feature of the exercises will hold t1I drillThe I Connecticut State convention recommended that each member in that State contribute twentyfive cents to the Sisters of Charity in IInrtford to assist the maintenance of their new convent and tbjfurther their charitable work Iowa last week held the most suc cessful State convention in the his tory of the order there every divis ion being fully represented Fred B Sharon of Davenport was elected State Preslent and Davenport was chosen for the next raeelng place I The Wisconsin State convention was held in Milwaukee this week aunt I lasted two days The order was shown to be in prosperous condition the delegates of the State numbering about 140 The gathering opened with a mass in the Oesu church the sessions being held In the Knights of Columbus hail The reception to be tendered tile State officers and Ladles Auxiliary at the next meeting of Division 1 will bean elaborate affair A splendid programme is being arranged by the Literary Committee and it expected phi the divisions will be represented us a general invitation is extended time Hibernians of the Falls cities to be present The Minnesota State convention will open at Winona September 18 with Pontlficial high mass at the Cathedral with Right Rev Bishop TheconventionavhllI edthat more than 400 delegates will attend Wednesday night there will be a big hail and time following evening B banquet with covers laid for OO8t which Rev Father English will be toastmaster LEAGUE OPENING The Falls City Bowling League op- Ined its 190807 season on Jflaagars and Groles1 alleys Tuesdays eveiiing with addreww by Col J H Hangar i at the former and Bquire Adains att the latter The Kentucky Irish Amer sans defeated the John Co Lewis team two out of thr gaines Trinity Council the Ferncliff e LpVenhiirt the Squire AUarofi and the Korn Krackera defeating the ilarcourti all the same W yttyvbbut of three gamefc Time Fll City League is l1oW- eOriahlerlKl the Vitruiijeatt in the city nil Willillend foDie star bowlers to tlie national touruamentat St Loafs j in February I a I a o a- lr 0 of 6 6 f 6 t I GREATSALEE MATTRESSES itpatScptI 1 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