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I KENTucKY1RIll AMERICAN VOLUME XVIIINO 26 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 29 1907 PRICE FIVE GENTS r I REDMOND r Declares Ireland Still Rebell- Ious and Freedom Only Will Work Change Nothing Short of Autonomy Will Satisfy and Lead to Peace People to Bo Urged to Cease the Use of British Goods i t LnRDHBR ELECTED TO PARLIAMBNTI I John E Redmond leader of the Irish Nationalists in the House of Commons delivered an address at Wexford last Sunday at the ceremony attending the unveiling of a memorial to Wexf ordlans who fell at the battle of New Ross in 170S He gave a definite warning to British statesmen saying Wo tell England that we hate her rule bitterly as did our forefathers when they shell their blood on this spot We tell her that we are as much rebels to her rule today as our forefathers were in 08 We tell her that she can change that hatred only t by granting freedom and so long as t she withholds freedom it will remain merely a question of expediency how and by what means we will strike at the pow r that holds our country in bondageOn of last week in Dub lin sixtyfour representatives of the districts of seventeen members ofI the House of Commons attended a meeting of the National Directory of tIle United Irish League John E Redmond presided and the object of the meeting was to organize an Iris1 protest against the continuous denial of selfgovernment for Irelandc I Great unity of purpose was shown t and it was resolved to hold a series of monster demonstrations through out Ireland to indorse the declara tion of the national convention that nothing short of national autonomy will satisfy the Irish people and lead to peace and contentment as well as to impress on the minds of the Eng lish statesmen the necessity of find ing some acceptable settlement of the questionThe are to be urged to cease the use of British manufactures and to nsiskthatthe children be taught+thallrrshMlanguagein + the 1iO lmfj3C sides approving a numb 1r of other i planks in the national pofltpr ieaO lution was unanimously adopted ex p pressing confidence In the Irish party 0 and approval of its withdrawal from the Liberal alllanceJThe directory however rejected bya a vote of eighty to seven a motion inviting the cooperation of William OBrien M P for Cork and Timothy Healy M P for the North division of Louth and rejected also by a vote of eighty to four a motion favoring the retirement of the Nationalist members from Parliament which was strongly advocated by some of the most extreme members of the league Special thanks were voted to Irish men of Jarrow for the lead given to Irishmen in Great Britain in em phasizing their dissatisfaction with 4 the Government whose surrender to pernicious influences within and without the Cabinet and the House of Lords was denounced At North Monaghan Mr Lardner the local candidate was elected to Parliament unopposed in aecprdance with Chairman Itedmonds advice ALL GOOD MEN Mackin Council Sends Strong Delegation to Owensboro Convention f The fact that Mackln Council was to elect delegates and alternates Tues day night to the Kentucky Grand Council that meets at Owensboro next August brought out an un usually large attendance of members President Sand occupied the chair and dispatched the business with promptness Sixteen names were presented and from them the follow ing delegates and alternates were chosen Ben J Sand John Farrell Vincent Falls Robert T Burke Charles I Cate Charles F Raidy William M Higgins George J Lautz Samuel L Robertson and Frank Deuser This was the first meeting for some time without an application for mem bership Will Quill George Kieffer and John Bohn were reported yet ill but improving Louis Kleffer stated that the Choral Club would soon sub mit a complete report of its affairs and would surprise the council An nouncement was made that every thing was ready for the sunset ex cursion on Saturday evening July Gv Tickets will be sold only at the club house and boat UMackin ratified the acts of its mem bers of the Joint Committee and asked them to secure special rates if possible to the Grand Council con vention Joseph Lenihan Grand DI rector and member of Satolll Council was a visitor and upon entering the members greeted him with hearty applause II HOLY LIFE ENDS After spending thlrtylve years in the holy prelsthood the Rev Father Augustine Beyer for the past five years awilttant at StBOnlfaee church thlq cty vita lasts Sunday called to- Y its heavenly reward Four weeksI before ho suffered from a paralytic ittack and was removed to St An honys Hospital whore ho was tenderly cared for and received the most iklllful medical attention but without avail Father Augustine was born in Cincinnati In 1849 and entered the Franciscan order in 1872 3efore coming to this city bo had lone much missionary work and was ho pastor of different large congregations Surviving him are two sisters Mrs Andrew Nathan and Sister Mary Catherine stationed at the Notre Dame Cenvent in Boston and mo brother Joseph Beyer of Cin cincinnati Wednesday morning solemn funeral services were held with a large number of clergy assisting tat he high mass of requiem after which the remains were laid to rest in St Michaels cemetery COMMENCEMENT txcrctscs Significant of the Success of Columbian College Columbia College the new Catholic college of Kentucky which was es- tablIshed at Owensboro in September last closed its first years work on rune 10 with exercises held at the Grand Theater and the commencement was significant of the success of the college The programme which was rendered before a large audience embraced a short drama three addresses several music numbers and four athletic exhibitions by Prof Sequels athletic class Academic diplomas were conferred upon Guy Foseph And Francis XavIer Argast and Richmond Dennis Cockc and a commercial diploma upon Charles Carroll Steele the only recipient out of a large class The commencement address was de livered with brevity strength and eloquence by Rev George M Connor who was a boyhood friend of the President of the college and to whom is due very much of the popularity and success of the institution which in its first year enrolled eightyone students and bids fair next session almost to double that number The college conducts the regular nurses as found in the higher Catholic Institutions having full classical and commercial courses and a fine oursc in higher mathematics and theoretical mechanics to fit students for good work later in all engineering fields Commercial students follow commercial branches exclusively Latin Greek German and French are taught and one of the ancient and one of the modern languages are ncessary to talce a degree As stu cats t f01W1lls uc9n turlTetltss aboard+ t g ertment hasarc an of the professors Jton established and therein regular j ours for play study and sleep are 1 bserved by all This is in a fine lodern building situated on a height I verlooklng the town and occupying J site of fourteen acres AROUSED THEIR IRE rhos Dolan of Games ComI mittee Throws Gauntlet Down to Mo 4 Thomas Dolan Chairman of the leld day games committee aroused the ire of the members of Division A 0 H at their meeting on Vednesday evening by stating that he believed that that division had no men capable of making a slowing in the games on July 22 at Ninaweb Parle Several members arose at once and wapted to fill an entry blank right away for the different vents some of them stating that division 4 not only had the best runners and jumpers but that they had- e best tugofwar team in the StateIn the absence of President Joseph P McGinn and Vice President Stephen J McElllott John H Hen icssy and Pat Kenealey filled tIle respective positions Ben Cosgrove Com Niland and John Walsh were Obligated as members and in this connection it might be stated that John Hennessy arid Tom Lynch haws started qutto a little boom in Division 4I for new members and have several applIcations no every meeting The members are ciinring great interest in the field day and indications p iit re n big success- STANDS GOOD CHANCE T P OConnor the only Irish Nationalist member of Parliament rep resenting an English constituency will probably lose that distinction as he Irish voters of Jarrow hash nom- Inated Alderman OHanlon as a can lldato for the vacancy In the House jf Commons Every party will have a candidate for Jarrow the Conservatives Liberals and Labor parties having already men in the field As there ire 17000 voters on the list of which the Nationalists claim 4000 the Home Rule candidate will have a good fight ing chance ANOTHER SHERIDAN RECORD Martin J Sherldan of the Irish American Athletic Club established a new worlds record for throwing tho discus at the Mayo Mens games at Celtic Park New York City He hurled the Greek plate 136 feet 10 Inches beating his own record made at Montreal last year by seventeen ChesrELEVEN FINISHED COURSE Tuesday the closing exercises of the Sacred Heart commercial school were held with the parents and many friends of the girl iraduatei present Those who received certificates were rtjsses Carmel Mahoney Mary A l3anet Margaret Gavin Mary Dalton Mamie Fllburn Mamie Keyer Emma Warren Nina Pllson Margaret Kleln John Clara Kennedy and Agnes Den uy For several days people of the parish visited tho school to inspect the work of the pupils and on all sides the fine exhibit was highly praised Father Walsh certainly has in excellent schoo- lGOLDEN WEDDING Celebrated With Same Pas for and Church of Fifty Years Ago Mr ad Mrs Thomas J Sullivan cof 1126 Hepburn avenue celebrated their golden wedding anniversary yesterday morning at St Johns church at 8I oclock with a solemn high mass Rev Father L Bax acting as celebrant and that which makes it one of the most remarkable incidents Iin catholic circles here is that Rev Father Bax united them in marriage rune 28 1857 just fifty years ago inI the same church St Johns at Clay and Walnut streets Truly a remarkable case and a record that is not often surpassed Both members of this good old ouple were born in Ireland Mrs lullivan being a native of Limerick and Mr Sullivan from Cork she be- Ing sixtyeight years of age and Mr iullivan seventyone They have had ten children three of whom are now lying two being nuns Sister Mary Martha and Sister Thomas Marie and n third daughter Mrs Dan J lennessy Mr and Mrs Sullivan are both enjoying good health and it iis the fondest wish of their man frIends that they will live to celebrate their diamond wedding anniversary IRISH BEAUTY Captured Prize at Kentucky Press Association Meeting The Kentucky Press Association which held its annual meeting last week at Estill Springs by a vote decided that Miss Catherine Dowling of Lawrenceburg was the prettiest girl over a large number of contestants from various parts of the State including a number of the reigning belles of the Bluegrass section The vote was by ballots which were given qach member who wrote thereon their choiceslitss DowI1nglIi plural Hy was fifteen votes eve I wa Jomup1llitiprWIUI M- rms J 1 I9J1S1V1tngvGeen iririi is3 indelibly stampcdf e caturo of this IrishAmerican beauty She is a striking brunette clth a form like the Venus of Milo lnd In every way fulfills Fenelona ideal A woman loveliest of the lovely kind n body perfect and complete in mind Miss Dowling is a Catholic and iroud of the fact that her parents ame from the land that makes people great Our regret is that we are unable to print her picture in con icctlon with this articl- eMEMPHIS ampalgn io Secure Two Del egates to Next Grand Council President George Lawo of the Mem ihls Young Mens Institute last week started an earnest campaign to secure twentythree new members fore council there This is being done to increase the membership and hereby entitle Chickasaw Council too delegates to the Grand Council to be held at Owensboro in August Thie new members must be enrolled before July 1 When the council went to holy communion in a body at St Patrick church Rev Father Francis Sullivan celebrated mass and preached the sermon As ills subject he chose In unity there is power and in power there is strength Father Sullivan informed the congregation of the ritual of the Y M I and Its purposed benefits lIe asked the mothers to mate their sons join and to have their daughters encourage the society by their presence at their entertainments for by meeting each other at these little gatherings the Catholic young ladies and gentlemen would become more acquainted with one another and from such gatherings may result more Catholic marriages and not as it is now so many unfortunate nixed marriages Father Sullivan isktod the members to stand united ind In closing his sermon he asked Sod to bless and protect the society LIKES OUR CITY B Joseph ODonnell the popular State President of the New York Master Plumbers Association and- S amiable wife were here this week attending the master plumbers conies They were highly pleased ventlon and made friends upop all with Louisville and the treatment accorded them and returned to their home in Syracuse with regret that they could not stay longer Mr ODonnell was at all times prominent figure in the convention and it need not be surprising if some day he is made President of the national organ- Ization RECEIVE PALLIUM- The pallium will be conferred upon Archbishop Quigley in July The ceremony will be attended by a num ber of prelates priests and laymen and promises to be Deof the notable ecclesiastical events of the yearS r 0ra OATHO9ICEducational to B Meld at Milwaukee This Year 2 Notable Gathering of Educators Will Assembbo There July Of Many Brilliant Addresses Wil Be Delivered hy Lead Ing Educators MONSIGNOR OCONHELL WILL SPEA f Many of the best known Catholii educators will attend ho fourth annual convention of th Catholic Edii catlonal Association which meets in Milwaukee July 9 10 and 11 There ViiI be addresses and discussions 1by noted Catholics both clergy and Iny men covering practically all Important Catholic educational work Among the well knoWn members of the Catholic church who will attend tIle convention will be Mgr D J OConnell rector of the Catholic University Washington D C Archbishop S G Messmer the Rev Francis J Finn S J a no ed writer and professor of rhetoric at St Xavier College Cincinnati Bishop LAuis S Walsh of Boston and the RodTF W Howard Superintendent of the parish schools of Columbus Ohio The convention will be formally opened with a solemn pontifical high mass celebrated by Archbishop Messmer at- the Church of the Gesu on Tuesday morning July 0 After the mass Mgr OConnell will deliver an ad dress in the Marquette College After tho preliminary work members of the college department and seminary dCI partment will hold aljoint meeting in the assembly room of Marquette College M One of the Important subjects that will engage the attention of the convention is the teaching of deaf mutes The work of Catholic educators among Indians and negroes will be discussed Educational legislation in the United States will form the subject at another meeting that will be- of interest to all the members The principal address at this meeting will madgb r binson c mass meeting at vihicb known peakers will deliver addresses KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS SIxty American Members Of the Order See Pope Plus Sixty Knights of Columbus from some twenty States arrived in Paris m June 22 Landing at Naples on AprIl 27 they have been traveling ever since Without the slightest hitch and have visited In turn STaples Rome Florence Venice Milan tIle Lakes Lucerne Interlaken Munich Amsterdam Berlin Frankfort Cologne The Hague and Brus sel1 At Rome they had an audience if the Pope who spoke Individually with every member of the party and the had a chat with Cardinal Merry lei Val Mr Frank A Gross of Buffalo is the leader of the party who are going on to London AFTER THE PRIZE tvlson 3 Setting Pace That Will Make Others Hustle The last regular meeting of Division 3 A 0 II was called to order by President James Coleman and was airly well attended Two candi dates took the obligation and became Members of the division New members are secured every meeting and cording to Secretary Morris the Hibernians of Jefferson county are nn the forward march and expect to make this the banner year of the order Books for the Irish national james and summer festival at Nina web Park went like hot cakes many members taking several of them Since the committee has decided that the division selling the largest num ber of tickets for this celebration will receive a gold prize Division 3 has gone after it In earnest and it is now up to the others to hustle if they would stand a chance of winning To the surprise of nearly all members the hall at Nineteenth and Main is the coolest and most comfortable Division 3 has ever occupied SODALITY RECEIVED Last Sunday morning at the Sacred Heart church the Boys Sodality Just organized by Father Walsh received holy communion in abody There were seventyive of the little fellows and the sight they presented was pleasing not only to their parents but to every member of the congregation MARY MULLANEY DEAD Sleep eternal came llast Sunday to Mrs Mary Mullanoy a devout and respected member of SL Louts Ber trands parish who for years resided at 1210 Zane street She had suf fared long and patiently and yea n fully prepared for the final Mrs Mullaney was a woman summonsII heart and disposition and is deeply deplored in the neighborhood where sho lived Surviving hare five sonsPatrolman John Dominick Patrick Thomas and James Mullaney The funeral serv- Ices were held in St Michaels ceme interment being in St Michaels cemetery MT ST MARYS Kentuckians Prominent IIn Historic Catholic Educa tional Institution Kentuckians are making a bright page in Mt St Marys College at Em mItsburg which last week held itsf ninetyninthannual commencement amid scenes of splendor and before hundreds of visitors St Marys is one of the most historic and far famed Catholic educational institutions in this country and it is pleas ing to know that its President the Very Rev Dennis J Flynn A M LL D is a thorough Kentucky Irish American and a Knight of Columbus Father Flynn is well known and very popular here being a Louisville boy one of Father Baxs boys Another prominent Louisville man a member of St Marys faculty is the Rev John J Tierney U D He is a brother of Thomas Tierney of this city and is one of the most brilliant men in the country Father Tierney in a member of the Board of Examin ers of the Catholic University at Washington and is an associate editor of the new Catholic Encyclopedia His nephew Thomas Tierney Jr Iis a student of the Mountain College Edward Harry and Ross Kirwan sons of Martin Kirwan Mellwood avenue are also students there These four boys have had a very successful year and are now home for their vacation Francis Devine of Maysville who took a special prize did not return but will spend the summer in the East Edward Kirwan will enter the department of philosophy when ho returns this fall Emmet B Kennedy another Louis vllle boy who has finished his second year In theology is making his mark and received the special degree of A M He will remain there during the vacation and make special studies in history and Semetlc languages Next year the centennial will boa great one at Mt St Marys as Fathers Flynn and Tierney will celebrate the silver jubilee of their ordination at the same time Both are expected to visit here during the summer c II COUNCIL It v J Amended Articles of Incor poration Will Soon Be Ready Though there was only a fair at tendance at the meeting Tuesday night Trinity Council held an Interest ing business session and acted upon several important matters President Joseph Conkllng occupied the chairI and announced that the amended articles of incorporation would soon bd ready for submission to the members The visiting committee report ed Messrs Cornelius Lane Harry Kirchdorfer and Edward Kelty on the sick list but none were in serious condition Andrew Kleffer made a partial report on the White City outing stating that the affair was quite a success Upon motion it was decided to hold the election for delegates to the Grand Council on Tuesday night July 0 Trinity will send three representatives this year and as the honor is one that is much coveted an interesting contest is most certain The proposition to run a special train from this city to Owensboro when the Grand Council meets there In August met with great favor and the council pledged its members to do their share in bringing out a good crowd and making it a success The other busincs was of a routine nature MASTER OF ARTS At the closing exercises held at St Marys College in Marion county the degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon Thomas Walsh our local lawyer and poet which will be a source of gratification to Toms many friends who think that there ist nothing too good for him At the banquet following the exercises an address was delivered by Congressman Ben Johnson who also acted as toastmaster and toasts were respond ed to by Attorney W L Spalding of Lebanon and Thomas Walsh the aforesaid M A FIRST MILITARY OUTING Tickets are out for the first annual outing of Kadeskl Company C Uniform Rank C K of A to be given August 29 at Fern Grove The Knights expect to make this their initial celebration one of rare pleasure Tho list for membership in this company is still open and all wish- Ing to become members should avail themselves of this opportunity The officers are now negotiating with one of the foremost drlllmasters in the city and they promise that Company C will soon rank first in local military circles SAD WAS HIS END Sad indeed was the sudden and unexpected death of Thomas Ryan Ryanlbrieflywas born in Galway Ireland thirty five years ago cdmingito Louisville at the age of fifteen Jll was arrang ing for his first visit to the old land and spent the event before Ltd i n a death with relatives in preparation for the journey and in the best of spirits For the past ten years 1 Mr Ryan had been with the Struck Lumber Company which as a mark of respect closed its plant that the men might attend the funeral Though of an unobstrusive nature he was popular with all his associates and his exemplary life won him many friends He was very much devoted to his brother and by many It is thought that grief over his death was the cause of the fatal heart attack lie was a cousin of John J and James Ryan and a brother of Mrs John Furey and Mrs J Eifler Ills one- hope was to visit Ireland and lIe expected to leave here on July 0 tc spend the summer there- HISTORIC CROSS Valuable Relic of Missionary Days Unearthed In North ern Indiana S L Hackett a druggist of Roanoke Ind has in his possession an elaborately engraved sliver crossS that was recently dug from tin ground near Raccoon village Allei country It is supposed that the cross came from an old grave and that iit was probably buried many years ago either with a Jesuit priest or with an Indian who had become converted to the Catholic faith by the Jesuits The cross was found near the loI cality where a powerful tribe of Miami Indians once flourished A great many years ago said Mr llnckett the Government built a house up there for Chief Raccoon It consisted of two rooms Afterward when the State was divided into counties it was found that the line between Allen and Whitley counties ran squarely through the premix that had once been occupied by Chief Raccoon One room of the house was in Allen county and the other in Whitley A Justice of the Peace dls covered this fact one night as he was about to perform a marriage cere pony He was an Allen county Justice He was about to perform the ceremony in the room that stood in Whitley county Concluding that ho lied no right to go over into an other county and perfprm the ma- rlage ceremony he had the weddin party move into the other room- INDICATIONS Point To a Most Successful Field Day For the A0 H ilewi picnic J ypl and field day commit- se for the Ancient Order of Hiber ians met last Sunday afternoon at the residence of D J Coleman and heard reports from the different sub- commIttees on prospects for success County President John A Murphy filled the meeting to order with John J Barry as Secretary Messrs George Butler D J Coleman Thomas Dolan P J Welsh John F Morris John Hcsslon Thomas D Clincs and WIlliam Meehan reported on their Hfferent committee appointments games theaters and dancing The following assignments were given the visions for the day of the picnic Division Refreshments Division 2The gate Division 3 Privileges Division 4 Roller coaster and theater The different divisions are re quested to select members who will take their turn at the above concessions in assisting the committee The games committee reported that chal enges and entry blanks had been sent to every Catholic society in tIle three Falls cities and that many en rles were expected for the different events which would be the means of resting a good untured rivalry and promoting good fellowship in the dif ferent societies ItNIIITS SOCIAL SESSION Branch 25 Catholic Knights of America will have a social session at their hall Clay and Walnut next monday night to which all the branches are invited President Mee han will dispatch the more important business and the social session will begin early Several speakers have been Invited among them Gen Michael Reichert who will give an Instructive talk pertaining to the last national convention rates Interest etc This will be a good opportunity for all who wish to gather Informa ion oc ask questions SUNSET ON TIlE RIVER Mackin Council will give no picnic or outing this season but Instead a union and sunset excursion up the river on Saturday July C This affair will be given more for the pleasure of the members and their friends than to make money and for all an enJoyable evening Is promised A band will acompony the council and there will be light refreshments and lancing The boat will leave the foot of Third street at C oclock and return at a seasonable hour This excursion will be under the auspices of the Gymnasium Club PLEASANT RECEPTION Company A Uniform Rank C K of A tendered the lady friends of ltd members and Company C a most delightful reception Wednesday night for which an excellent pro gramme had been arranged Lieut Oscar Meyer welcomed the visitors and short addresses were delivered by Gen Reichert Capt Hund and William T Meehan Vocal solos and duets were rendered by Thomas Nolan and Eugene Ford after which the ladles were served with refresh menti CHILD LABOR The Law In Kentucky Is Being Enforced With Good Results Inspector Thomas J Scally Has Done Good Work For Children Next Legislature May Strengthen and Give Act Wider Scope A MATTER OF VITAL CONCERN It is to the credit of the State of Kentucky that in recent years it has taken advance steps in the matter of regulating child labor and for the better protection of men women and children in the mines factories and workshops of the State Kentucky is not so far advanced in this respect as Massachusetts or some of the North ern States but she is getting along Legislature 1actoryinspectionit is the fault of employes themselves if their workshops are not well ven tilated and provided with sanitary appliances also separate dressing rooms and lavatories for women Thomas J Scally of Louisville who is attending to the inspection in this city and in several other cities of tie State has performed some ex j cellent work He has seen that chil dren under age arc not allowed to work in factories The whole country seems to be taking an interest In child labor since Senator Beverldge brought the CongressThe of charities and correction has been asked to use its influence toward the enactment of a national law against child labor By child labor is meant that of children under fourteen years of age The legislation which is urged contemplates the exclusion of child made goods from interstate com merce The members of the con ence were not given an accurate Inltion of those goods No such c inition has been given at any ti but there is need of one Guild bor appears in one of its mosM pulslve forms at the anthracite ml jruceitselfemploymentfdominated by the anthracite trust it would not have allowed their employment to continue But though tho coal is handled by boys it would be stretching a point to include it among child made goohs The work of mining is done by men Only the finishing touches fall to the lot of tho breaker boys There are industries were a manufacturer does not himself employ child labor but uses raw or half finished materials on which child labor has been em loved One would like to know whether the finished product hould be classified as child labor Some of the advocates of a national child labor law ask for the exclusion from interstate commerce not merely goodsf dren If that were to be done a goodsbutof only one or two kinds would finds entire product excluded from all markets except that of its own State The employment of children under tho age of fourteen can be directly prohibited by the States Some of them have prohibited it and others are moving in that direction Thu National Government can not directly prohibit the employment of such chIl- dren except in the District of Columbia and the Territories It can act only in a roundabout way throng the interstate commerce clause Direct methods are usually more effI- cacIous and satisfactory than indirect methods Before Federal Jeglslati n shall be resorted to the subject t should receive more thorough cop sideration than has been given it IRISH EARLDO- Ms Well as Large Estate May Come to An L SeN Machinist A special dispatch from Paris Tenn says that james Walters one ofr the striking machinists at the Louisville ds Nashville railroad machine shop in that city has just re1 celved a letter from an uncle in England notifying hint that toe Walters has fallen heir to a large estate and possibly an earldom in Ireland Mr Walters informed a cornea indent that he has sent fora certi particulars in regard to the succession of the title Mr Walters says there is no parttoft k VISITS FRIENDS HERE Rov Father D D Miller of New urnslde Ill was a visitor daring the past week ho being quite well known here having been stationed at St Williams Just previous to Ma ordination which took place last year Father Miller states that Jfo ifwell pleased with his present llocatl but that be always bas a warm J lui his heart for this town ansi th many friend he bad made here r T TT 1 w 3 7I NTUOk Y IRIIIH AltCERIO lt 1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN Devoted to tho Moral and Social Advancement of nit Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers r SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at the LOuisville Pottolflee as SecondClass natter Address all Ccmmunlcslloiu to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33S37 West Oren SI w TRAOES LABEL UNION COUNCIL TLOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 29 1907 DOUBLE NUMBER With this Issue the Kentucky Irish American completes another very successful year of its existence and in appreciation thereof will greet itsreaders and friend next week vUh a double edition SCIIMITZ AX EXAMPLE Mayor Schmitz of San Francisco has been convicted of crime and wilt be deposed from office Thus ends r the career of a man who was raised from the rather lowly position of a bandmaster to be the chief executive of one of the greatest cities of our country With much truth the Irish Standard says his downfall 1 Is peculiarly disappointing because 1 he was placed In office by an Indeper deut movement of the labor unto and labor classes His election was heralded throughout the country as- a great victory for labor He was extensively advertised as a reformer He was pictured as the man who broke the Corrupt Democratic and Republican machines of San Francisco His enthusiastic supporters expected much from him and his admIn- Istration The history of his case shows that he and his leading supporters were hypocritical The entertained the conception that public office was an opportunity for pUblic graft They used the labor slogan ito put them In power They playa upon the prejudice of a class and used that prejudice to enrich them- selvest Labor can not be held res ponslble for Mayor Schmitz Tin ITreat mass of people who support td him were honest and sincere They made a great mistake by allowing a class prejudice to Influence their political action Mayo Schmitz was perhaps no worse than some other politicians that San Fran- cIsco has had in the past but he was more clumsy His conception ublic office led him to believe I It was an opportunity for col Ing money from those who asker special privileges When he d Into the business he no doubt t lnwllSrlQln 111Y1as thers before him had done His inexperience led him to do it In away which got him into trouble He ought to be au example for labor movements all over the country Labor agitators who enter into IJolltics are generally dangerous more dangerous than representative of special privileges for the reason that they are usually more Irresponsible fro111 a financial standpoint The dishonest labor agitator is worse than the dishonest representative of corpora- tIons for the reason that he is usuall cheaper and consequently more easily bought His price Is lower The fate of Mayor Schmitz is unfortunate from the standpoint of labor because It has a tendency to characterize labor movements of all kinds START OUT RIGHT In a word to the June graduates the Catholic Citizen assures them their opportunities for advancement aN better today than ever before Then is no ground for the presumption that a poor boy has little chance of r rauleess Quite the contrary The writer from his personal experience with humanity would prefer by fai the chance if the poor hays success in nny walk of life to that of hi mc liberally supplied monetary class mate Dy far the great majority ol Four great men are and have been sons of the honest middle class and poor erse they would never have- N possessed the fine physique and men tdty nejcway to achieve success in this country of strenuous life All walks of life are open to the honest and trustworthy boy and girl The Catholic youth starting out in life must be ever ready to answer any question put tp him concerning tho ordinary doctrine of his Church His nonCatholic friends will think him Ignorant if he is not qualified to answer and if he 1s they will rev ct him the more for it He must eel that as a citizen of these United States he has as good a right to- voice his lawful sentiments as has his nonCatholio fellow citizen If he enters the battle of life with a determination never to falter or turn back+ while following the course of truth but march steadily forward regardless of whom he may please uooers is sure to crown his efforts h y WORn FOR MANY Netter before was there such a de ntandrior labor in this country and today no able bodied man need bs dle except through his own cholcpi sJthe Tortiweet both skilled and lied worker are panted at the lit was paid la the United o U 10 States Twenty thousand men nre needed by the lumber mills operating in Eastern Washington and Oregon and Northern Idaho and as many more ore wanted by the Northe Pacific and other railroad companif building lines in that part of the Northwest The situation has become so acute that unless men can be secured at once much construction work will be delayed end many of the mills will be forced to close send- Ing their laborers into the woods fo steady Wren a higher wage is offer than in any other part of the United States or Canada for similar worl The men in the woods receive fro 45 to 75 a month end board willie in the mills this scale ranges from 350 to 10 a day The great Northwest is full of golden opportunities for the energetic young man whu seems to have no chance in the large titles One of the largest audiences tllat ever convened on a like occasion iin this city gathered In the assembl hall of St Xaviers College on Thus day night of last week to grace the annual commencement of this now famous local Catholic educational Iir stltution The speeches of the graduates were excellent in matter onl1 delivery end were received with loud applause by the large audience Al1 who took part in the exercises acquitted themselves well adding fresh laurels to the Xaverlari Brothers than whom there are no better teach ers anywhere Louisville is justl proud of this excellent college tha makes men of all its students Members of the St Vincent de Paul Society in this city and throughout the country are much elated over the action of the National Convention of parities and Corrections in electing to the Presidency Dr Thomas Mulry of New York City Though entitled ko only two Kentucky was given light places on prominent committees those chpsen being Thomas D sborne George L Sehon Edward Irauman Dr M K Allen Dr George i1 Sprague Prof B B Iluntoon Mrs leshaBrcckinrldfie jind Miss roJhe- Speed Word comes from Rome that th report is again circulating there that American Catholics are collectln funds to buy a strip of land between the Vatican and the Tyrrhenla Sea so as to allow the Pope physic communication with the outside world without the interference 01 the State in which the Papacy now resides This is the old Associated Press story that appears every you during the silly season ILoulsllle is not the only city that is having its govermental trouble Last Saturday the Tennessee Supreme Court handed down a decision holding that the new charter for the city 01 Memphis adopted by the last session of Ihe Legislature is unconstitutional Unless the Legislature convenes and remedies the defects th court points out the city will have no government and affairs will be awfully muddled Thursday morning the mandate of the Court of Appeals declaring vacant the offices of tile city and county officials voted for in the elec ion two years ago was filed here Soon thereafter God Beckham announced the appointment of Rober IV Bingham to be Mayor of Louisville Appointments for the other offices will not be made until today We congratulate the Executive ommittee of the Kentucky State Development Association upon its selection of Hon Edward J McDermott for President No man in the State Is better equipped for the place and if energy and zeal count for anything Kentucky will soon realize most satis factory results Lebanon is now dry but reports from there say several barrels of booze are carried into the town in lottles and jugs every week Prohi lion always works that way CARDINAL TO GRADUATES In an address at the commencement exercises of the St Cecilia Academy Washington Cardinal Gibbons said to the girl graduates You may save th1 country from irreparable injury by sanctifying and making pure the home Most womens mission upon this earth is to become wire and others as well as daughters and when they take up their new life they become the rulers of the home Without a home circle pure and sacred no nation can become great To remove grass stains if fresh was in ammonia and water If old aah in alcohol if color Ila in danger app1y molaelesUse a paste of soap id cooldngasoda for white goods a- I ISOGIETY Mr John C Graves has been islttng at Lebanon since Thursday Mrs Mary L Welsen and daughter of Crescent Hill have gone to Canada for the summer Miss Lily Schreiber of the West End has been visiting friends at Mulberry Flats Inds I Mss Lcla Swearingen of Mt Wasl Ington was this week the guest ofI Miss Elizabeth Brower I Mrs J B Potts of South LOUIa1 vllle has gone to Paducah to visit her sister Mrs H Milllgan Mrs John W Flood and Miss mlolla Guy have gone to lint Springs to sta for an indefinite period Thomas Hagan of South Lout vllle has been spending two weeks at French Lick Springs Mss Florence Mattlngly is here from Nazareth to spend the acatlo at her home In the lIghlandsII Michael Sheehan and wife are home after a pleasant two week sojourn at French Lick Springs The Misses McLaughlin Willow avenue have had as their guests Mr and Mrs John Connelly of Carlisle Henry Cassia and bride will for the present make their home with Mrs AnastasIa Malone on Willow ave flue1rs Mary B Murphyof this city was among the lady visitors regis tered at West Baden Springs the past week Mrs Thomas Malone and Miss Margaret Malone of the Hlhglands will spend the summer months at Bay View Mich Miss Lynn Thompson a popular young lady of the Highlands left Tuesday or a visit of two weeks with friends in St Louis Mrs A Mattlngly of Owensboro came up lust week for a vlsl with her mother Mrs C Wentzell on Portland avenue Edward Corcoran and wife of New York were this week the guests of Mrs Corcorans mother Mrs J C Willman in Jeffersonville Mrs Charles Laughlin of Twenty sixth street who has been ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital is re ported to be much Improved Ross NIsbet and bride who were tarried June 10 by Father York at St Pauls church have returned home from their wedding trip Miss Angela Henley arrive Mon lay from Chicago after a visit of weral months with Mrs-4 FrtfJ J Unowley who accompanied her home John Boland ofytln Bank of Coln nercc and n pOjulsr t iwr- Tackin council is tesp mer vacation tit r F L Eberhard l well knoir stock broker has been visiting at Jasper Ind during the past week on a business and social trip combined llIss Marie OBrien has ben visitl ing at Evansville Ind during the past week and before returning wil visit friends at Henderson and Owensboro Miss Benovan Chawk of Somerset is here on a visit to relatives am1 friends During her stay she is the guest of Miss Josle Connelly of 1701 Seventh street Alexius McAtee Jr who has been attending college at Jasper Ind and passed his examination with hug honors has returned home for the summer vacation Misses Mary Whelan Gertrud Newhauser Cora and Margaret Dan- Ieli Nellie Lally and Catherine Jordan left Tuesday morning for White Still to spend the week Lyman Elliott and Miss Mabe Welch well known young people of New Albany were united in marring Thursday evening at Holy Trlnit rectory by Rev Father Curran The numerous friends of John J Garaghty of the American Ice and Storage Company are much pleased to see him out again after an Illness hat confined him to his home for over a month Otto Welch who sustained painful Injuries in falling from a broken telephone polo and has been laid up for some time is now reported Improving at his home 511 East Fourth treet New Albany Mrs John A Murphy of Parkland wife of the County President of the Indent Order of Hibernians will leave Sunday for New York whence she will sail on July 2 for Ireland turning in September Mrs Joseph Bryne formerly of few Albany who has been seriously IIIII at her home in Port Alleghany Pa is reported greatly improved She is the mother of Mrs Jerry Boland and Mrs Frank Broeker Mrs Frank A Gathof of West Madison street accompanlel by hers on and laughter Master Francis and Miss Helen Gathof left this week for Nashville to visit MJTB Gathofs other Mrs E Pendygast Mrs Fred J Crowley arrived oon- day from Chicago to spend the summer with her Louisville friends Upon- the adjournment of the Chicago eourts her husband will join her and vlslt here for several weeks Mrs George Kremer and her three illdren Elizabeth Fehr and George ewer have Jgone to Butte Mont to spend the summer with Mrs remers sister Mrs Toohey Mr timer will sbjortly Join his wife at Butte for a vacation of several weeks and Andrew Fohr will join the party at a later date and remain during the summer Camden R McAtee who graduated last week with marked honors from the law school of the Indiana Uni versity has returned home accompanied by his parents who went to Bloomington to attend the com mencment exercises Miss Ella Knable and Henry Rav crty were married Wednesday at St Mary of the Knobs church Lafayette township They are now on a honeymoon trip to the Eastern cities and upon their return will reside on North Pearl street New Albany IWl1lln1Jl Kcrbcrg Jr who is studying for the priesthood at St Francis College Cincinnati is home for the summer vacation During the past years the young student won signal honors and In September will enter upon his third year under most favorable circumstances Mr and Mrs John B Murphy Jr who returned last week from their wedding trip have gone to housekeep ing at Wall and Market streets Jef fersonville Upon their arrival there was an outpouring of their friends at the residence of George Stemler where there was a kitchen shower and the couple received numerous fine presents Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Ada RegIna Weir the lovely and accomplished daughter of P F Weir and Henry J Mlsback well known in business and social circles The wedding will take place on July 3 at 4 oclock at St Pauls church Jackson and Ken tricky streets Rev Father York performing the ceremony Quite a large gathering of friends and relatives witnessed the marriage of Miss Frances Haller and Adam Obenhauser well known young peo plo of New Albany at St Marys church on Wednesday morning Father Berries officiated at the nup tial mass and performed the cere mony which was followed by an elegant wedding breakfast A private picnic was given at Visiles Grove near New Albany last Itimlay when a very delightful time vas spent by all boating and other imusements being features of the lay The party consisted of Misses rillle Cuniff Mary Ellen Cunlff Anna Doyle Katie McCue Mamie McCue Svelyn Moeller Agnes Nevils Nona Devils Irene NIcoulin Mary Nicoulln Messrs William Baldwin Thomas jilllgan John Keller Con MeBarron enns McCue Martin McCue Henry fason Albert Musselman John Sel bert and Henry Wolfe j Few weddings have been of greater Interest In West End Catholic society circles than that of Miss Nell Cunningham and Joseph McWHHams which was solemnized Wednesday at- St Patricks church by the Very Rev ather Cronin V G The bride and room are extremely popular and the lurch was thronged with friends who came to offer congratulations Following the ceremony there was a argely attended reception and wed Itli pom ofth briaee I J gad Areafij o t to helrlfdends9n a cosy residence built by the groom at 2527 St Xaxler street AUSTIN WALSH Would Serve Real Interest of the People In Next Legislature Austin E Walsh a well known young attorney of the local bar who Is associated with his brother Thomas Walsh in the practice of law has announcd his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Repre sentative from the Fiftyfirst legisla tive district composed of the Eleventh and Twelfth wards Austin Walsh is a young lawyer of recog nized ability in his chosen profession and above all is recognized as a mar of absolute honesty integrity and fidelity to sound principles in both private and public life and therefore If he is elected he is certain to serve the best interests of his constituents regardless of favor fear or faction He is a prominent member of Mackin Council and is likewise a valued mem ber of the Ancient Order of Hiber mans with whose work he has been strongly identified since his admis sion into their ranks He has a large personal following In the dis trict and we confidently predict that he will secure the nomination He enters the race without pledges to any man or set of men but does pledge himself that he shall in the event of his election serve the real interests of the people ANNUAL PICNIC The Sisters of Mercy of Jefferson vllle will give their annual outing at their grounds on Sparks avenue on Thursday July 11 It was originally intended to have it on July 4 but on account of conflict with other affairs it was decided to postpone It until a week later The Catholic ladies of that city take much interest in this annual outing and devote a great deal of their time toward mak ingot a success 0- ii d t Ire j PICNIC AND FIELD DAY GIVEN BY THE Ancient Order of Hibernians At Ninaweb Park 0a j Monday July 22 Every Catholic Society in the Three Falls Cities IIs Respectfully Solicited- to Participate in the Field Day Events Centsparents t INIOIlrS OF COLU I 1 I US Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Last Sunday was the date sot for the Initiation of the new class for Arkansas Valley Council at La Junta Right Rev P J Muldoon D D Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago has been selected to act as State Chaplain by the Illinois State officers Work has been commenced on a fivestory building 48x100 feet of stone and pressed brick for the council at Youngstown Ohio Colorado Springs Knights will have a great Fourth of July celebration with a monster parade and outing iat Cheyenne Springs and a fireworks display at night The two councils at Syracuse continue to increase their membership Syracuse Council conferred the first degree ona large class last week and Le Moyne gave the second Wednesday night Bufalo Knights are planning for i1 big July outing which will be participated in by the councils of that city Niagara Falls Lockport and Tonawanda There will be a full programme of field sports man arranged for women and children I Savanah Council had an Interest ing session last Sunday when a of forty candidates was classII Several State and national oflcers visiting Knights from Augusta Ma con Atlanta Columbus Charleston and Jacksonville honored the occasion with their presence South Boston Pere Marquette and Robert Fulton Councils will hold a field day at the Locust street grounds I JQ Boston this afternoon The field yts I aid of the Columbus Day filch was established bj I theCattiIcI obliged to toil- Everything is in readiness for the institution of the new council tomorrow at Sheridan Wyoming There will be between sixty and sevent in the class thirty being Insuanc members Sheridan is an excellent field for a council It contains a splendid body of representative Catholic men and Is now the second city In size in Wyoming the population being over 10000 The Knights of Columbus minstrels was an unqualified success It- is safe to say that no better amateur show has ever been presented In Den ver The crowd that turned out Ito be proud of The Broadway was packed and standing room only was the word long before the curtain rose Other councils are anxious 1 to have the performance repeated and the minstrels may visit Cheyenn and Fort Collins HINTS ON STYLE Monograms of metal are set on the handles of smart new parasols Empire fashions still rule the choice of the nursery authorities One of the nicest of the new coat is in a modified riding habit cut It coders the hips the end of corset making a good length line New blouses are made of accordion plaited crepe de chinevery simple soft and becoming The elbow sleeve are plaited like the bow of the blouse Tan or dark gray ooze forms tho top for some of the smart blacli boots bf the season and a pair of tau ties show uppers In a black and white check The arms of long silk gloves are embroidered in allover sprays and vine designs and on some tha upper edge Is finished with an embroidered Gallop Pink parasols have pink handles blue parasols have handles of blue and so onevery stick topped with a blossom as natural as life in the same shade- Soft mull Voile and veilings in lack are being worn now as mourn- Ing and are quite as appropriate as irepe or cashmere and for this season of the year are decidedly cooler and more corfortable The plaited eklrt still holds its own for fitretet wear and its rival is the rell fitted skirt with two circular rills This isB pretty style for a trlped fabric and saves the necessity of matching the lines CLERKS AND CARRIERS IThe clerks and carriers of the local Pobtoffice will have possesslcn of tho White City this afternoon and evenIng and they invite all their lends to come and join them in a- day of pleasure These faithful public servan have a splendid local organization and the proceeds will go to the fund for the relief of mem bers who may become sick or disabled When off duty they area p a POST OFFICE DAY AT WHITE CITY Saturday June 29thCO- ME AND SPEND A PLEASANT DAY WITH THE CLERKS AND CARRIERS LOUISVILLE POST OFFICE NINAWEBI PARKLOUISVILLES PLEASURE RESORT NOW OPEN FOR CHURCH AND SOCIETY PICNICS Improved and beautified and with every modern attraction including restaurant theater dancing pavilion roller coaster merrygoround laughing gallery and many other novelties Societies and churches will find this the ideal place to hold their summer outings PARR ELECTRICALLY ILLUMINATED For Dates and Terms Address H J Summers 1305 First Street ASK oiall FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOE PHONE 7669 COMB PHONE WEST 69 WHITE CITY JOeNew Electric ParkIOc- REENGAGEDI orLVJUmflood iCorsoi And Her 3 NlI1len3STwoPOUR PURR SHOWS Van Cleve Dent Peel Ittlollei High School Horses Prof DII ycks Musical Seals and the Wellington Sisters FONTAINEFEpA kTHE PARK BEAUTIFUL ADMISSION FREE HIGHCLASS VAUDEVILLE FREE BAND CONCERTS Afternoon and Night FREE OUTDOOR ATTRACTIONS FREE FIREWORKS TONIGHT AND FOURTH OF JULY PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials OutingsT- his beautiful park has been greatly improved this season and is furnished with new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts READ THIS OVER My friend If you are not insured you should be I represent the Old Reliable New York Life Insurance Coareally mutual company which possesses assets of over Jnoooooo We now write only annual diy derid policies and policies all Incontestable and nonforfeitable from date of Issue Will meet you at youroffice or residence any hour day or evening and fully and truly pleaseour policies Your application will me but will not be offended if you decline to apply Try mel Call by either phone or letter Respectfully submitted OIIAS G WOOD 1517 BVBRBTT AVB Office 405 COUJMDIA BIDG PlIONJtSResldence Cumb Bait SOS Office Home Phone 1197 dumb Main 1197 jolly set and It is safe to say that a livelier or more happy tlmo will not be seen at the White City this season OONFIR3IATION The Right Rev Bishop McCIoskoy conIflrmatlongIrls at St Mary Magdalens on Tues I day morning Rev Father Gansepohl I and the ladles of the Altar Society hiad made great preparation for the vent and the scene in the church was an impressive and brilliant one BELLEVUE Rev Edwin Rohrer who was rdalned last week celebrated his first mass Sunday morning at then 4 r LOUISVILLE STOvJStrictly FirstClan Both Plans Grill Room and Ladies and Gen tlemens Cn lypoCiii rJtOoffv permanent ooard balls and recep Ksno ROSSPARIS HOTEL CO Inc Owners and Proprietors ro- RFurniture all kinds IIOflowest prices Go to WMa MAYER f 419 W MARKET STREET PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of JefTersonvllle hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very teas enable For further particulars apply t MOTHER MARY REQINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonville lid tt Comb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUPACTTJRBKS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the trorket at a lower price than our competl Cyrs 627633 EIGHTH ST f f n ISd Heart church at Bellevue Us many friends availed them elvesof the opportunity to receive his blessing and thronged the church Miss Virginia Dames has been warded a fouryear scholarship id the Immaculata Academy at Newport for having the highest average of the Taduates of St Anthonys school for Lila year V rL i P J 7 uI- I rrt 1 4- t t NTUOKY IRISH AMETPAN 1 t J B TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 383 m a TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS i CarNaga nlniKHiMH Purnbhed on 1531 W MARKET STREET HIIIMHI Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmery Carriages Furnished for AM Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 81O HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S last Main Street +++++++ + + +a ++++ t++++ + + +t++ + ++ ++++++++tt++ D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT t+ DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT + Funeral Directors and Embalmers f Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS t All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night t STREETt1231 WEST MARKET 4 ++ + + + +++ t I I t t t t t t t Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 191JIj THE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINKD Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BYISENN ACKERMANB- REWING COMPANY INOOEPORATED TELEPHONE 452 ZOITIS7ILLIC KYI THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 Alt calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 2406 Payne St Both Phonei HERRMANN BRO IKlOaT2RS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSOSBO- TXtBD IN BOND Teleue x948 Z34 Slxlfc Street VINES LIQUORS GI8MIS U VALS SALOONa r VAL LESTERfrl p- Het LwBCh every morning frait+ ftJ4 te1Jao oclock 44M WGBtIC MPTi i JUNEIs WEDDING INVITATIONSSee and prices- KENTUCKY IRISH- AMERICAN 335337 West Green Street Home Phone 9a MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNtERO- PEN DAY ANti NIGHT Io y 504 W JEFFERSON ST btto E VENT Proprietor Old sad Rare Whlaklej a Specialty BLUEGRASSl EXCHANGEL- OUIS I WABNITZ I CO Praters 339 FIFTH STREET HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Massachusetts has 162 auxiliarIes with a membership of over 13000 The South Boston divisions will havo a big union initiation tomorrow The Massachusetts State officers re port the assets of the 248 divisions at 1451398 Deputy Assessor Joe Lenihan is rapidly acquiring a reputation as ia silver tongued orator I If the picnic and field day is i11 success it will be the means of start ing a boom for the order Members have leased the Railway flock in New Britain Conn and will shortly start to remodel the same Minneapolis Hibernians are taking prominent part in athletic sports hav excellent baseball and football teams The entire picnic committee will- hold their weekly meeting tomorrow at D J Colemans 1731 Portland ave RueEvery member of the order should dispose of his entire book of picnic tickets and thereby insure a big success The division and auxiliary iat South Manchester Conn are arrang- Ing for a fair during the month of October Every division reports a good sale- of picnic tickets and now it looks like the whole question is up to the weather man State President Rogers has Increased the membership in Massachusetts over 1000 during his first year in office County President Sullivan is mat ng an effort to establish another represenlieThe Ladles Auxiliary of Brockton lass numbering over 500 will en ertaln the officers of the County Board tomorrow The Ladies Auxiliary of Pueblo oL gave a delightful function attt their hall and netted a nice sum for StI Patricks churchjj The Ladles Auxiliary will meet Vednesdny evening and a delegation ofr the picnic committee will be on hand to solicit their help Exclusive of real estate parapher I alia banners etc the assets of the Ladles Auxiliary at the close of the last year totaled 205966cc I llIssAnna Mallo National President If the Ladles Auxiliary expects theImembership to reach 55000 before I the next national convention Monday the Ladies Auxiliary of iilwaukee held a childrens night when members brought their little Ines for an enjoyable evening D J Coleman the hustling County lard Treasurer lies been likened unto a famous medicinal remedyhe Iorks while some members sleep Tom Dolan told Division 4s members that if they were afraid to enter strenuous games that the commIt- tee would furnish them bean bags Bnd croquet Division 4 of Syracuse wants to pre sent the largest class for the exemplification I of the degrees to be held under the auspices of the County 1 oard in the early autumn Milwaukee IIibernians will hold their annual celebration at Schlitz Park on Saturday August 10 It is expected that the orator of the day lilI be Coy Burke of North Dakota The order continues to grow in St Paul At their last meeting Divisions 1 and 4 initiated several candidates each and received more applications Division 0 held an open meeting Tuesday night and Invited all eligible to join and share the good things ease ciatcd with the orderII Decidedly the best thing the Irish Standard ever witnessed among linneapolis Hibernians in the line of comic vaudeville was the programme that followed the conferring of the degrees on a class of seventyfive candidates last week Upon the completion of the programme the Ladles uxlliary served an excellent luncheon to all in the dining room The Presidents of the various divisions in the city of Yonkers met recently to devise ways and means to secure funds sufficient to erect a monument lor their late State Chaplin Rev Bernard A Brady pastor of St Joseph church who died over 11 year ago It was decided to request the County Board at the next regular meeting which will be held in Port Chester June 30 to apply to the State Board to levy a special assessment on all the divisions in the State of New York The cost of this monument is estimated at 1000 when completed it will be a credit to the IrIsh race Father Brady was widely known in Irish circles and beloved by the community at large and this grand affair got up In his memory wif let the world see that although he is dead he is not forgotten WHITE CITY TURNS The management of the White- Ly announces that the free vaudeville bill next week will be even het ter than the one offered twice daily at the popular resort this week Tho headline feature for the week will be Alex Seaberts Society Circus a turn which was seen for several weeks at Luna Park Coney Island lost year Prof Bylicks trained seals and sea Ions have also been secured and will end an air of novelty to the bill The pretty little Wellington sisters have been reengaged for next week hav- Ing made a big hit with their singing and dancing specialty This afternoon and tonight the clerks and carriers of this city will celebrate Post office day there and hold their anal outing CHARITY CLUB PICNIC The Charity Club is arranging to give a picnic at Summers Nlnaweb Park on Thursday August 22 As Ignlfied by the name all affairs of his club are given for charity the mtlre proceeds of any undertaking they participate in to be given to any charity they d emJflt The commit n III Mens 50- cUnderwear 38c A Garment 75c a Suit LADIESI1 STRAW SAILORHATS 35c and lots of other hot weather cutprice spec ial bargains at LEVYSTHIRD tee ofarrangoments are John H Hen nessy William P McDonogh M J BarryDLyncJosephhan RECENT DEATHS Cruel death last Sunday made desolate the home of Herman and Teresa Cruse Shelby and Madison streets Il1fantdaughterbrief duration The funeral tool place Tuesday morning from St Johns church and was attended bj may sympathizing friends The funeral of Anton Cast one of- our oldest and most widely known icrman Catholic citizens took place riday moiling from St Marys lunch For many years this city has jeen his home but because of his ulvnnced age he had retired from business and resided with his wife at 510 West Walnut street Deceased was the father of Messr Jacob and dam Cast It was with feelings of deep regret that the friends and acquaintances of John Dwyer learnedfptj i his death which occurred last Saturday V0veii ng at time home ofhTs other Mrs Bridget Dwyer 1973 HIgh avenue His death is a severe blow to the be paved mother who hoped to have him with her In her declining years The funeral topk place Tuesday naming from St Cecelias church Michael and Mamie Savage 2803 Vest Chestnut street are mourning the death of their bright infant son whose soul entered into heavenly rest last Sunday morning The news of their bereavement was a shock to their many friends who called in large numbers to express their sympathy Monday afternoon the remains were laid to rest in a flower covered grave in St Louis cemetery The funeral of Mrs Philopena Jlchler for many years an esteemed resident of the West End and devout ember of St Anthonys church tool place Monday morning with a hgh requiem mass She was the wife of Anton Eichler and was seventyseven ears of age Surviving her are five ihlldren Joseph Eichler Mrs Louis Jr Kieffer Mrs George Beaverson frs Ella Bonneville and Mrs Cnr roll Lilly with whom she made her home Michael Egan aged sixtytwo and 11 native of Ireland but for many and respectedrears an industrious resident of Louisville died Saturday naming at his home 1728 Portland avenue after an illness of long duration Surviving him are his wife itrs Winifred Egan two daughters illss Ella Egan and Mrs Mary Con lors and three sons Messrs Edward Michael and Joseph Egan The funeral was held Monday from St Pat Icks church After an Illness of more than three years duration Mrs Sarah OReilly wife of Dr J Halpin OReillY was released from her earthly sufferings last Sunday afternoon She was born at Shadyvllle this State fortynine pars ago but came to this city with hadwedloved by all who knew her Besides the bereaved husband two sons Wit lIam and Halpin OReilly and three daughters Mrs Henry Gilbert and liases Fannie and Lucy OReilly survive her Funeral services were held Tuesday morning and the Interment was in St Louts cemetery DANGER POINT PASSED Michael J Owens the well known Illinois Central railroad detective who has been at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital with a fractured skull has been pronounced out of danger and his recovery now seem assured Last week Owens Was assaulted by a big negro with a baseball bat at Twelfth and Dumesnl streets and suffered Injuries that rendered him unconscious and for several days his life was despaired of WILL VISIT BARRY COUNCIL James T Shelley a member of the Board of Directors of the SupremeI ouncil of the Young Mens Insti tutewlll some time next month pay- sin official visit to Barry Councillat Lexington one of theforemo fa the Centucky Jurisdiction IS oral Jrand officers and jpanib to lo 1 councils will accompany him U r IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Eight malicious injury claims wero listed before Judge ShaW at 1the Tralee quarter sessions A further substantial remitter has just been announced from Rev John Greatly who is in the States soliciting subscriptions on behalf of St Patricks new church at Bally haunis A commission was held in Omagh inquiring into the claims of claimants from various parts of Tyrone anel elsewhere to the fortune of the lot Gen Tames W Reilly of Ohio win died intestate leaving a fortune of about 200000 The members of the Catholii Young Mens Society of Clonmel pre Rented David F OConnor a very popular member of the club and son of Alderman OConnor with a vcri handsome suite of drawing room furniture on the occasion of Ills mar ringe to Miss Margaret Bryne second daughter of Charles Bryne OCrfhnell street Ellen Kennedy an elderly woman of Bnllina County Mayo met hci death under pathetic circumstances The poor woman apparently forgot on retiring to rest to extinguish a candle which presumably set fire tc her Bedclothes while she was sleep- Ing The house was observed in- flameR in the morning and on tin fire being extinguished the charred temalns of Mrs Kennedy were found In the debris A verdict or death from burning was returned at the in quest With the object of taking steps 1to mark in a special manner the forth conning sacerdotal silver jubilee of lost liev Dr Clancy Bishop of El phi a large and influential meeting of parishioners was held in the Oillhooly Memorial Hall SlIgo under the Presidency of Very llev Dr Cum nina The Mayor of SlIgo High Sheriff Collery and P A McIIugh M P were among those present The meeting was unanimous in its deter mlnatlon to pay a personal tribute of regard and esteem to Dr Clancy i who was not only the Bishop of these assembled but also their parish priestA respectable licensed vintner Mrs Carroll who for a long number of years carried on public business ont Main street MIdlcton was found lead by her daughter on the stairs sf their residence and from what can be learned concerning the sad flair death must have resulted from a fall downstairs that befell the poor woman about daybreak as the was coming down to the shop from her apartment Quite a shock was occasioned in the town when the news of the tragic occurrence became known and much sympathy was felt for the relatives of the deceased ady who was one of the oldest traders in the town Since the announcement of Mr Logans resignation for East Wicklow many names have been mentioned as probable candidates for the vacancy mong them being Gen Sir William F Butler who made himself famous in connection with the Boer war The Unionists consider they have wade good headway in the constit jcncy that their number on the iiieasedthe northern districts generally and- re seriously considering putting t forward a candidate on their own be lalf John Redmond has been communicated with and a meeting of the league Executive will be called on re iclpt of a reply to select a Nationalist candidate A great deal of local interest is manifested in the selection of a candidate All through Monday afternoon there was a very visible activity among the police in Athlone Singly and in couples they were to be met ill1 over the town apparently intent m some very important business Everyone noticed it but it was late in the afternoon when the reason for those unusual constabulary movements became known Many thought that it might be in connection with some of the grazing farms on the Uonnaught side near the town especially as some of the men were going ibout on bicycles It finally transpired that Major McBride the well known leader of the Irish Brigade In the Boer army was responsible for it It seems that the Major on his way back to Dublin from the West broke his journey to see the town md the moment he appeared there Vas a little flutter In the police dove- cots He might have come as a harmless tourist or his presence might be connected with some more dangerous mission so he had to be watched The Imperial Hotel where ho stopped was under supervision and tvhen he went to Kiltoon to visit Dr Sheridan two police followed on bicycles It does not seem that he succeeded In raising up any wicked sedI- tion In this part of the country and lie left quietly on the evening mall Dr Sheridan and M J Hughes J P saw him off at the station PLEASURE FOR CHILDREN There will be more pleasure to the minute for the children at Fontalno Ferry Park this afternoon than ever happened before They will see a fine vaudeville performance with acts that appeal to the childish taste They will have free rides on the different amusement devices at the park and In addition they will secure for themselves hundreds of valuable presets There never was a day of pleasure planned in this city for tho young folks that held more qt bright promise than today at Fontalno Ferry Another popular special feature will be the fireworks display tonight Next weeks bill at the Hopkins Pavilion will be one of rare merit and certain to please its pa onsENTERS HUNDREDTH YEAR Next April the Archidodeae of Phila lelphia will observe the centennial of its erection and plans for an Apr propriate celebration of tho event are being made The Right Rev Michael Eagen wasthes jirtBl bOPtathe iIIiB 5BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY I IITIS ALWAYS 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Mens Wearthe offerings in them are excepti- onal0000000000000001pRflr000 iIp FORT WAYNE Diocese Will Attain Its FIT tieth Anniversary In September On September 22 next the Diocese of Fort Wayne will attain the fiftieth anniversary of its erection In some respects it is one of the promlnen Sees of the country Its first Bishop was Right Rev J II Luers D D who was consecrated on January 10 1858 and who successfully directed its early extension for a period 011 over thirteen years being called to his eternal reward on June 29 1871 Next in succession was Right Rev Joseph Dwenger D D consecrates on April 14 1872 Of the four Bishops of the See he exceeded all others in point of service many years having bean in discharge of its duties for twentyone years He died or January 22 1893 Next came Right Rev Joseph Rademacher D D who was consecrated Bishop of Nashville Tenn on June 24 1883 when he was transferred to Fort Wayne by Pontifical letters of that date and whc died January 2 1900 And finally the present Bishop Right Rev Hermai Joseph Alcrding D D who was con secrated on November 30 1900 Th Catholic population of the diocese Is 81000 Their spiritual wants are sup plied by 197 priests One hundrec and ten churches have resident priests and fortyone missions have churches There are six stations ant fortyeight chapels Religious orders have two seminaries There are twr colleges for boys and thirteen acad- emIcs for young ladies Eightytwc parishes have schools with a total attendance of 14130 In the diocese are twelve hospitals and two hornet for old people MADE POLICEMEN SWIM All the north is laughing at an ex perience of the pollde at LoughNeagh Ireland An intercounty cock fight was arranged between birds from Londonderry and Antrim and was held on one of the islands on the Lough The police got wind of it and arrived as they usually do late All the available boats had been pressed into use by the spectators and th4 police after trying vainly to secure transportation to the island determined to swim for It Just as they arrived the bout ended and every boat put off for the mainland again The police had a swim back for their pains and when they reached the mainland they found that their clothing over which they had neg lected to leave a guard had disap peared They had a ten mile march in dripping underclothes to the nearest barracks where they were put to bed until new uniforms could be procured CHANGED THEIR TACTICS The enemies of the Catholic Church arc not dead They are merely quiescent They have changed their atctlcs Seldom Is the Cath olic Church openly attacked in these days but in sly subtle insidious ways fundamental principles of Cath olic faith and morality are dally and hourly attacked in the papers magazines and books which pour from the press And the pity of it is that comparatively few Catholics are aware of the fact that they are imbibing the most subtle moral and mental poisons concealed in the charming essays stories or articles that orb spread alluringly before them Now the natural antidote to this poison is the Catholic newspaper In which Catholic principles are not only enunciated constantly but are applied to the many questions which come up in the dally life of the world REFUSED MANSFIELD There died in a Washington Cath olic convent not long ago says an exchange a nun who had taken the holy vows after she had refused the hand of Richard Jlansiold the actor They had been sweethearts for years and it Is said that for awhile they were engaged Persons who know her in Washington declare that she was one of the most devout Chris tians they had ever known After she had entered the convent Mansfield never came to Washington that he did not send to he with the per mission of the convent authorities great quantities of flowers These she distributed among the hospitals for the L C SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I3- DIVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice PresidentJames J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretory P J Cuaick CourthouseTreasurercharles J Finegan Sergeantatanns James Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer wen Kelran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancial SecretaryJohn T Kean eYe I DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings of Each Month Northeast corner of Seventeenth and JIainPresldcntJnmes Coleman Vice Recording SecretaryJohnDorris Financial SecretaryJohn Hession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sergecntatarms Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 and Fourth WedMeets on the Second nesday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl- Hott Recording Secretary Frank F Durke E OSulll van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Lenlnan BergeantatArmsnabert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouis Constan tine PresidentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretiiry T OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y IWt I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenligs at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President iBen J Sand First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan Secretary Den Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber MarshalJohn Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphnb Andriot Outside Sentinel Jorge Bartsch CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Mignon SI Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention int wtlsfartinn Qnaranttei SOUTHERN CLUB EUCHRE Tho Southern Club will give an afternoon euchre at the residence of Mr Joseph Meehan 1824 Sixth street Thursday evening July 18 the afternoon euchre to begin at 230 oclock This club is composed entirely of young ladles alto are endeavoring to Iraise funds for a worthy charity Tickets are now on sale by the members for twentyfive cents each and it purchaser does not care to play euchre ho or she will be entitled to ake or cream Many handsome prizes have been secured for the euchre y RECEIVE DIPLOMASNINETEEN Th wer4 nineteen Catholic young ladIev received diplomas at Gree IIey io tnW State Normal School en itlinrfHiftiw to teach in the schools of ColbraaoYarid elsewhere h J 0000000 Dontforget One 0 iOne OUR PHONE NUNBEn EVERY Visit Fifth Floor Take 0000000 FinancialtreretnryR JEFFERSONVILLE- Meets ahanRecording OneEight surprjsingly KEYS HOME t Where Author of Star Spang led Banner Lived to Be Restored At Washington City a local asso elation is making a strong effort to have preserved the former home of Francis Scott Key the author of the Star Spangled Banner in George town The story of the starry ban ner has always proved intensely in teresting and to people of Washing ton it is doubly so on account of Its close association with the old house on the Potmac which is familiar tithe people The old home in George town which Mr Key left when he went to Baltimore is still standing but in a disgraceful state of preser- vatIon Recently an association was organized for the purpose of acquiring and preserving to posterity this historic old place The old house is now verging on ta state of decay One parlor window is cut down and converted into ta door being an entrance to a cobblers shop Mr Keys law office to tIle right of the residence is occupIed by an Italian fruit and peanut stand The house is literally plastered with signs advertising wares of various descriptions while above the door and window of the first story Is painted in bold letters The Kcj MansionA association for the pur chase and care of the old house was finally incorporated January 17 last Later offleers were elected as follows Henry B F MacFarland President Admiral George Dewey First Vice President Rear Admiral Wlnfleld Scott Schley Second Vice President F S Key Smith Secretary Willilarn D Hoover Treasurer Justice Job Barnnrd and Stuart McXamara were elected to complete the board of five trustees the bylaws providing that the President Secretary and Treas urer should Abe members exofficio In comparison with the amount nec essary to be raised the total subscrip InslgnlfiIcantcoming fall at which time the con tract for purchase of the property must have been completed at least sufficient funds will have been re ceived that what has been done to ward the proper respect and appre- ciatIon for the memory of the author of the national song may be speedily carried to a successful termination NEWSBOY TO SENATOR Bernard F ONeil State Senator of Idaho from Shoshone an exPresident of the Idaho Bankers Association who used to be a newsboy himself recently dropped in at the Newsboys Lodging House in New Chambers street New York City and talked to brighttheIrtlleyfoundthree times over and an Idaho Com agoMrlived on the lower East Side Both of his parents were dead He went with a party of wards who Were about to start for Sibley Iowa where a motherly woman met him nd took him home Thence he went to her brothers ranch where his early training was bronco busting mid cow punching After a time he left the ranch qnd sold hogs to pay his expenses through school SEARCH FOR CANNON Tradition still survives in Luzerne county Pennsylvania that when Gen John Sullivan marched through that region in 1779 on his expedition against the Indian confederacy of Central New York he burled some su perfluous brass cannon along the Wllkesbarre mountains To search for these revolutionary relics a numj ber of the best known citizens of Ashley have formed themselves into ntt historical society Recently the members scoured the mountain in the vicinity of Laurel run but could find no relics except a few Indian arrow points PENONS SMALL CHURCH At Penon Mexico a suburb of Mexico City may be seen what is perhaps the smallest church in the world It nestles under the shadow 3f a small volcano The church is about ten feet high and twelve feet wide Whenever a couple is married at the little altar of the church there IB barely room for the bridegroom and bride tq turn around at the same time Ii + is 1 +NeNeN + NeeNNeNNNNNN i JAMES GREENE 425 421 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture Carpets Rugs Stoves Ranges LOWEST BEST PRICESII Y I Homes Furnished CompleteN- ow is the time to take up the house furnishing question Come in and let us show you the many features of our immense assortment We think we can convince you that it is to your advantage to purchase here We would i qualityfromalwaysbemarks every transaction In fact we dont consider a deal closed unless I the customer Is absolutely satisfied Fully varied to furnish your home we can safely say a larger finer or more stock can not be found When you buy from us you have the I satisfaction of knowing that every article is exactly as represented made in the most 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