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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XIXNO 3 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 20 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS II FEDERATION Thousands Throng Opening of the National Convention at Indianapolis Apostolic Deliberate Falcons Brings the Blessing of Holy Father Most Representatlvo Catholic Body Ever Assembled in America KERTDCKIAHS ON COMMITTEE The sixth annual convention of the American Federation of Catholic So cieties opened last Sunday in In dianapolls and was the most repre scntatlve Catholic gathering the ever assembled in this country There were in attendance the highest dignitaries of the church in the United States besides the Papal Delegate who brought to the Federation the blessing of the Pope Tne first session was held Sunday evening in Tomlinson Hs511 when the address of welcome was delivered by Mayor responnebyMonsignor Schrembs bishopoff Grand Rapids held the vast audi ence spellbound for an hour Mon signor Falconio who spoke briefly touched only on the religious aspect of the work of the Federation Ho spoke of his pleasure of being here as a messenger of His Holiness Pope broughtkreport present con vention to the Vatican and pledged himself to du all in his power to as list the Federation which he stet d was an invaluable aid to the church The first business session was held Monday morning when William M Fogarty extended the welcome fog tthe Indianapolis Catholic socletho Throughout the convention was a memorable on to Catholics and de spite the frequent outbreaks of en iliutiasm reiahmd to the last an air of reverence and dignity that gave hint of its churchly character All delegates were seated and John J Sullivan and A J Sheridan of this city were placed on the credentials and finances committees The re ports of President Feeney and Secretary Matre were loudly applauded and showed a tremendous growth of the Federation- At the afternoon seslon the time was devoted to the reading of let ters and dispatches and the address of Archbishop Blcnk which closed with these words I was born in Germany and I became a Catholic in France In Ireland I completed my studies Still later in my life I came to America and I find in my heart my greatest love is for the country of my adoption the United States The Rev Father Currier of the Catholic Indian Mission next spoke on behalf of the Indians Be stated there were 291000 Indians in the United States and that 180000 of these are Christians Of this number he asserted 100000 were Catholic Indians and this left about 110000 pagan Indians in the United States There are 27500 in Catholic schools and almost an equal number he stated in Government and other schools He pleaded eloquently for help for the schools where he said there was room for a wide extension of the work of the church Tuesdays session was addressed by Bishop Horstmann and after the committee reports had been received much enthusiasm was occasioned when the Catholic Church Extension Society and the Massachusetts State Court of Catholic Foresters an nounced their affiliation The last act of the session was the passing with reverent approval of the resolu tion to renew allegiance to His HoltI nes Pope Plus X A cable message renewing allegiance was ordered sent to Cardinal Merry del Val at Rome and was as follows The American Federation of Cath olic Societies in national convention nsembled at Indianapolis renews its allegiance to His Holiness expressing also sympathy with him in his many trials and begs the apostolic benedic tion The cablegram was sent in the name of the three highest prel ates of the Catholic church In Amer ica present at the convention namely the Most Rev S G Messmer Arch bishop of Milwaukee the tight Rev A James A McFaul Bishop of Tren ton N J and the Right Rev Igna tius F Horstmann Bishop of Cleve land The final session was held Wednes day when resolutions against Social ism were adopted and the movement for uniting the Young Mens Insti tute and kindred societies was de ferred until the next convention which will be held in Boston The followingofficers were unanimously electedPresident Edward Feeney Brooklyn N Y First Vice President John B Oelkers Newark N J Second Vice President Thomas P Flynn Chicago Third Vice President G W Stenger St Paul Fourth Vice President Henry Wesslluger Bos ton Fifth Vice President J J Hines Buffalo Sixth Vice President Gil bert Harmon Toledo National Secretary Anthony Matre St Louis National Treasurer G H Schulte Detroit Marshal H J Falk Atchison Kan Color Bearer Joseph Hern Cloud Pine Ridge S D Executive Board Nicholas Conner Dubuque T B Minnehan Seattle Daniel Duffy Pottsville WaIter George Smith Philadelphia Thomas H Cannon Chicago Peter Wallrath GEORGE J BUTLER State President A 0 Ir and Mem ber Picnic Committee Evansvllle Dr F Gaudin New Or leans F W Immekus Pittsburg Casper Wolf St Louis REV PAUL ALF Beloved Pastor of St Bonifacc Goes to His Eternal Reward Rev Paul Alf for ten years the pastor of St Boniface church this city passed to his eternal reward Thursday morning after suffering for four years with rheumatism and diabetes Father Paulas he was generally called was greatly beloved by the members of his parish nnd was one of the most popular num bers of the Franclscn order in Louis ville lIe hd labored incessantly for the good of hie parish and a nw church a nev school louse nail the convent stanl as monuments to him Among the youth of the parish he was especially popular rind to his fvatchful care and interest many rung men nnd women owe their pitrent success and standing Father Alf was born June 21 1852 at St Leon Ind After receiving a good education he became a member of the Order of St Francis in 1873 inch was made a priest in 1877 Ills first charges were missions in Indi ma Kansas and Illinois He was then nade pastor of St Georges In Cincinnati When Father Alf took this church it was heavily in debt but be lifted the debt and restored the church to a condition of strength nndusefulnes wrollowingrrthIs- nther Alf went to Chatham Can mIa where he had a parish for sev eral years In 1897 he came to joulsvllle as pastor of St Boniface ills work here is best attested by he substantial results which are shown including time new church and the schoolhouse which is almost complete He had endeared himself to the congregation and a large ac luaintancc in the Falls Cities and everywhere the news of his death vas received with expressions of leepest regret Surviving him are his parents and several sisters and brothers The funeral services will be held Monday morning at St Bonl are church and will be attended by ill the local and many outoftown clergymen FAREWELL rev James L Whelan Ends Long Pastorate at Stith ton Rev James L Whelan for the past twelve years the zealous and beloved pastor of St Patricks church at Stlth ton held his farewell service there ast Sunday having bean transferred by Bishop McCloskey to St Alphon us1 church at St Joseph in Daviess aunty where he will have a wider bald and more Important charge Father Whelan was not only beloved as a pastor by the members of his ongregation but he was a most gen- Ial gentleman and one of the most progressive and publicspirited of the citizens of the community and his de mrturo is a matter of general regret Father John S Henry formerly administrator of St Anthonys church at Axtel Brecklnrldge county has been assigned to St Patricks and the people of Stlthton will find In him a worthy successor to Father Vholan I WILLIAM T MEEHAN Member Hibernian Picnic Committee I ALL TURN OUT Hibernians and Their Friend Will Celebrate in Thou sands Monday Will Revive Memories of the Old Times and Friends in Ireland- Merrymaking For Both Youni and Old Added to Irish Games SPLENDID WORK OF THE COMMUTE Nothing remains to be done in the way of making arrangements for the great Irish national games and summer festival at Ninaweb Park next Monday except to call the attention of all Hibernians and in fact of all who wish a pleasant days outing tc the attractions that will be offered This is the one time in the year that the sons and daughters of the Emerald Isle and their friends gather in one big and merry reunion and commemorate the old customs and sports that have made the Irish the great est athletes the world ever knew Everybody who knows anything at all nout Ireland and the Irish knows what a Hibernian field day and sum mer festival isthe most hearty and racy of all Irish gatherings The committees that have had charge of the arrangements have made every preparation and guar antee to the sportloving public a day and evening which shall be rev corded in the history of local Gaelic sports and pastimes as a preamble for future events Messrs Thomas Dolan George J Butler D J Cole man Thomas D dines John J Barry Joseph Lynch and Joseph L Lenihan and their assistants have met regularly for weeks past and have arranged a programme of ath letic events that will be interesting and amusing The field has been put in firstclass condition and it is safe to say some records will be made There will be thirteen events as fol lows Fiftyyards dash for boys under fourteen years of age Fiftyyards dash for girls under fourteen years of age Egg race for ladles Potato race for boys not over ht n cars off n eajIThe following race tI events will be con fined to entries from Catholic societies Fat mens race Shot put High jump- Hundredyard dash Relay race- Hammer throw Hop step and jump Running broad jump Tug of war For each of the foregoing a large number of entries have been rev eivtal Among the questions raised and to be decided Is which division ias the strongest tugofwar team and much interest will center in this contest Some say Division 4 and the nen of Limerick have and they have rood reason for saying so while oth irs insist that Division 1 and its West End followers will carry off tIle honors and their judgment is not ant of the question either But it would be well for all to remember Mvisions 2 and 3 for in their ranks will be found numbers of the strongest men In the order and if they enter teams their opponents will ealize that they had a contest i I Every Catholic society in Louisville lil represented in some one of the athletic events The Knights of I Columbus Mackln Council Catholic lUberIIilans all have mad fat mens races and some relayII ng finishes may be looked for AnII ther event that all will want to mess will bo the egg race for ladies I programmeI ofII icing for weeks past and when thcif ontestants are lined up It will be found there is a most spirited rivalry etvtjeen the different sections of the ityThe Ladles Auxiliary will lend val I aable assistance on this occasion and extend a cordial invitation to all their friends to meet them and be their guests at what bids fair to be I Ihe greatest outing ever attempted jy Louisville Hibernians The Hiber ilans as hosts have made provision for the musical entertainment of all classes alike and Prof Thomas i 3oallys band will cater to those who wish to dance and will render special music for reels jigs sets and figure lances The Games Committee under whose rules the events will be con lueted will have full charge of the contests so that no hitch remains willibetherefore all who can should be at the park at 3 oclock There will bean abundance of refreshments of all lkinds anti plenty to eat so that those who desire may spend the entire afternoon and evening in the park Quite n number of attractions for tIle amusement of the throngs will follow the games so that there will- is something doing all the time WILL EMPLOY MANY A new industry is being developed In County Antrim Ireland duo to the recent discovery of china clay near the village of Doagb The clay is said to be practically Identical In composition with that found in the r a r- famous pits of Cornwall which have furnished the raw material for potteries all over the Western world A syndicate of Cornishmen has acquired the Irish pits They expect in a short time to have 500 men employed In them RECENT DEATHS The passing away of Frank J Hub buch of 1212 Fetter street Tuesday night caused n great shock to his neighbors and friends The decease was a member of St Boniface church whore the funeral services were held yesterday morning After long suffering from cancer Mrs Maggie Wertz of 1220 Churchl earthlytroublestime hope for her recovery had been abandoned and she patiently awaited the end fortified by the last sacraments of her holy religion Her funeral took place Thursday mornin from St Williams church Rev Denis Murphy officiating at the solemn ob sequles William Garrity an aged and respected resident of this city died las Friday at the residence of his sister Lytleiheld Sunday afternoon at St Cecilia church Death resulted from paraly sis brought on by sunstroke sufferec several years ago In his younger days the deceased was engaged in business on the river and was well known and liked from Plttsburg to New Orleans thirtyfourine and the late Andrew Schafer diet Monday night at the family residence 1513 Jackson street after an lllnes of several weeks of bronchitis She was possessed of many fine traits of character and her death Is deplores by a wide circle of friends and rely lives Tho funeral services wore helc1 Thursday morning at St Martins church of which deceased was a devout member regretthelearned of his death on Tuesday HoI was twentysix years old and Is survived by his mother Mrs Elizabeth Schene and a brother Theodore 3chene Deceased had for some time been associated with his uncle Fred In der Stroth 1005 West Broadway mad was popular In both business and social circles The funeral occurred Thursday morning at Holy Cross church and the edifice was thronged with those who camp to pay the last tribute to their departed friend Cornelius J Lane a well known and popular youngjjman nineteen tears koldTdIediSunday5faffftrnhnri n th hemo of tits other firs Eliza 1t 3fief216 f19lilandavenue- after a long illness of stomach trouble Deceased was a graduate of St Javiers College and possessed a dispositionand among his young friends will be missed Besides his mother he leaves me brother William Lane stationed with the regular army at New York 3eforo his death young Lane requested that his College classmates act as pallbearers and this was carried out at the funeral which took place Tuesday morning from St Briglds church Rev Father Connolly being the elebrant of the mass of requiem DESERVE THEIR WELCOME Under the above head the Indian polls Star paid a nice tribute to the Catholics when the Federation net there this week Editorially it said Mayor Boookwaller rightly re fleeted the sentiment of this enlightened city and State when he bade the Mhollc societies welcome to Indian polls in words which carried a reo uke to bigoted and outworn hose llity toward the Catholic church No lountry in the world is so free as Ule United States from religious latreds and denominational feuds We had them in abundance once but nov we can hardly realize the bit- terneSs with which they used to rage Religion forms a people but a peo pIe forms its religion so that Cath pIc forms its Religion so that Cathol cism in the United States is very argely what American Catholics lav made it Here on this free soil rid with our wonderful eclectic habit In every field of human thought the Mhollc church thrives and fits into our Institutions Its prelates and Ja men stand in the front rank of patriotic charitable evangelical and temperance endeavor All Christendom venerate the Catholic church In thc United States for its heroic labors in hospitals and missions its aithful and unremitting labors for the sanctity of the home Its wise and unflagging attention to the raining of tho child Its example In hose ways is an inspiration to the vorld OFFERED TO CROKER Dublin dispatches say Richard Jroker has declined the Nationalist nomination for member of Parliament for East Wfcklow to replace D J logan the Nationalist member who eslgned after the Blrrell bill was introduced in the House of Commons IMMIGRATION Figures just issued at Washington show tfliat all immigration records lin the history of the country were iroken by the aggregate returns for the fiscal year of 1007 which ended on June 30 last The total number of alien immigrants landed In America during the year was 1285349 as I t1eIing the past year was about 0 percent over the greatest number of migrants that ever arrived in America heretofore in a single yearn Q 0 r VINOENTIANS 1 Groat Catholic Charity society Will Observe Feast of Its Patron Saint All Conferences Will Beech Holy Communion Tomorrow Morning Great Preparations Made For Their Reception at St An thonys Church FATHER YIRGENT TO PREACH SERMO Tomorrow will bo the red letter day for the 800 members oi the St Vincent de Paul Society organization They will then celebrate the feast of their patronal saint by attending mass at St An thonys church Twentythird and Market and receive holy communion in a body The St Vincent de Paul Society is recognized as the greatest charity organization in the world un lass one excepts the Catholic church of which it forms an important part This society has come to the relief of thousands in this city and has been IMS means of saving almost countless numbers from ruin and the loss of their souls Nearly every church in the city has its conference and Louisville today is one of thcI best organized cities in the country Without any blare of trumpets or display but quietly and unosten tatiously the members of these con ferences seek out the needy and de serving poor and unfortunate with out regard to creed or color and render them all needed assistance and in thousands of poor homes have every winter lkept time wolf front ne door The charity of the St Vincent tla Paul Society Js Christian charity which makes the world and the peo ple better spiritually as well as ma terially Each year the Vincentians make an annual church visitation and com munion in honor of the holy founder lof the society But this is not all as each conference receives the blessed sacrament quarterly at timer i reflective churches while large numbers perform this duty monthly This year the Particular Council ae ep0crl tFe invitation of llfv Father Geer uli h l1nWi tAnthonys Con Itmence nUll fomo rpO2lin r30 mui nmj wl1I nflcm leIhat church for this pleasant and cdi ying duty Time people of St Vnthonys parish are nothing if not hospitable and they have made every arrangement for this visitation vhlch President James Campbell mad Secretary John Doyle expect will outnumber any of former years St Anthonys is a large church and with ample room for all and it is safe to say that ninny who have never been here before will be both delighted mad surprised with its beauty villibecent Trost the noted Franciscan nlssionary and one of the most eloquent and powerful pulpit orators of the present day Many tlerc are mere who have listened to the mis jionary discourses of Father Vincent past years and it is safe to say Iin is not a Vincentian who will not be eager to hear him tomorrow norning Besides the pastor of St t nthonys it is expected that Father 3eppen and others of the local slergy will grace time ocacsion with their presence and assist In adminis ering the sacrament of holycom minion Following the mass the communicants will be escorted to St An tonys Hall where they will partake of a collation prepared by St l Vnthonys Conference and the la lies of the parish This will be a leasing ending of what promises to nark an epoch in the history of this teat Catholic society- In the afternoon at 3 oclock all nembers will reassemble at St Francis Hall for the annual meet I proIjramme has Abort addresses will be made byI lergy and laymen and every member iis earnestly urged to be present Ml the conferences will submit their eports and a number of them will prove quite interesting It is also irobable that initiatory steps will- ieI taken for work for the fall and sinter months Hopes are enter tnined that this meeting will surpass I greetedIparities and Correction OLDEST CARRIER RETIRES After being In the employ of the Jnlted States uninterruptedly for fifty years in New York City James Delaney said to be the oldest letter carrier in the country retired from the service Tuesday Acting Postmaster Morgan sent Delaney a congratulatory letter for his splendid ecord and faithful service Though he is eightytwo years old Delaney Is halo and hearty OFFICE FOR WOMAN For the first time a woman has been appointed Governor or rather Governess of the Irish National Gallery Institution in Dublin Lady Sutler was chosen for the post by the Irish Viceroy Lord Aberdeen who hus came out practically in favor of prominentUiceasee the time when Ireland instead of 0 JOHN A MURPHY County President A 0 II and ember Picnic Committee being governed by a Viceroy will have us the representative of the British Government a Vicereine CENTRAL COMMITTEE Holds Spirited Meeting and Decides For Summer Reunion President Joseph McGinn presided at a spirited meeting of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America last Friday night at which the branches of the Falls Cities evening and John Schalda reported were fairly represented John J Score was made Secretary for the evening and John Schalda reportd the result of his visit to Branch 5 Thomas Keenan was present and spoke for the Catholic Knights and Ladies and expressed his approval of the Central Committee At the con elusion of his remarks n resolution was adopted calling upon all branches to attend the outing of the C K and L of A at the White City After some discussion the Central Committee decided to hold a summer reunion for the members and friends at the order and instructed the En tertainment Committeeto imme diately arrange for the same At a meeting held Tuesday night at the Kentucky Irish American office it was decided to hold the reunion at the White City on Monday August 19 The programme is now being pre pared nnd next week the tickets will be ready for distribution It is in tcnded to luau n tlliIDJral inter isling con1ests the entries for wlileh ivlll be announced later ORPHANS FESTIVAL Outing For ihe Benefit of St Josephs Asylum on August 7 The orphans festival given for the benefit of St Josephs Asylum will be held on the asylum grounds at Crescent Hill on Wednesday August 7 for which those In charge and the lerman Catholics of the city are naking great preparation This asylum for fatherless children is one of the institutions in which Louis ille should feel the greatest pride and every citizen should feel it a pleasure to contribute to ithe success of this festival which means so much for the comfort and happiness of the unfortunate little ones during the ong and dreary months that will loon be here This is indwd a most worthy charity and appeals to all i vlthout regard to race or creed ExI client music will be provided and here will be plenty of entertain neat The orphans always present a leasing programme and the booths will be numerous and beautiful Jood meals will bo served and there refreshinentsj gram illumination The tickets will be only twentyfive cents MESIPIIIS DELEGATE Memphis Council of the Young Jens Institute at the regular meet ng last week elected James J Cusick delegate to the Kentucky Grand Council with L Kleiner as alternate Many will be disappointed when they earn this as it was confidently expected that city would send two rep esentatlves to owensboro1 JOSEPH L LENIHAN Chairman Picnic Advertising Com jaltfte l u I I DENIED RIGHTS How Outsiders View Treatment of Kentucky Catholics By Democrats Without Their Votes That Party 3 Would Overwhelmingly Defeated i Changes That Are Now Taking Place Disappointing to Many Z MAY COST PARTY MANY VOTES The changes made by Gov Beck ham and Mayor Bingham among the ofthc1 dlsnppointIngmaycosttholelectlon Inthispopulationof1 cans and ItalianAmericans who fur- nishi the Democrtic party the bulk of its vote but none of them are publicboardscausingmuch1 beingnotedcitiesUpont1llsthoSyracusethe situation and was until a few years ago a resident of this city has this to say Unless all signs fall Gov Beekham sf Kentucky has just done some Inhatlot prove to be the lost straw now ore than half of the Democrats in Uuisvllle had petitioned him to appoint Dr J W Fowler Mayor of that city but he refused to do so ippointing a Protestant and Prohi jltionlst instead Recognition was not asked for Dr Fowler on the round that he was a Catholic but because his appointment would unite ill factions of leis party At the ime time the Catholic element be- lIeved that some consideration should be given its claims owing to the faithful service it had rendered the yearsThe be Credited here in the East yet it is a fact beyond dispute that in most of tbe large centers In the SouUi jf atholic can scarcely be eldctc my office which carries high h mad responsibility Thfere the tdie element votes the Democratic icket almost solidly and has done so for nearly a century yet Ken ucky has never had but one Catholic 3ongressman so far as we can rev nember In Louisiana and States where Catholics are more numerous grent recognition is given brainy men of our faith yet even in such commonwealths it is scanty indeed But in Kentucky conditions aro ilmost unbearable and the great yonder iIs that the Catholic people of that State do not resent the slight constantly put upon them Knowing rainy men as we do we can recall the names of fully a dozen Cailiolic ICcrtflnckihns largetmindcd honest cholarly and of splendid ability who lavte gone down in defeat in that State when seeking responsible of fiee in the not remote past Ken ucky has about 225000 Catholic and these cast something like 450C otes 00 per cent of which are cat for the Democratic party and hay heen for years At this distance timer could appear need for a change The Democratic politicians of Ktan ucky seem to think they own th Catholic vote and will get it anyway just as the Republican politicians re gard the negro vote It would seem leresy to speak this way down in hate State but some day there will he n startling change The Kentucky Catholics will not forever sit still and see their Spaldings Kearneys TcDermotts OMwiras Wathens and Fowler refused that recognition to which they nre entitled We know fly Bcckham but evidently even ho mild not rise above his prejudices lhe same is true of politicians in many States of the Union When the appointing powers have ompleted their work it will be sur Catholics do not taken inventory and if they suffer n greater loss they are apt to take such steps as will place the power of appointment with those who will accord them that recognition to which their numbers are entitled NONE SUCH HERE William S Prendergast who has beon a policeman In New York City for eleven years has retired from the force having made 5QO000 in real state speculation during the last tan ears Prendergast has for somj time been known as the richest r oman on the metropolitan poj force He Is going to make a tour ot Europe visit his parents in Ireland and then come back to build one of the biggest hotels on Long Island fhlch ho Intends to conduct himself FOURTEEN CANDIDATES Tuesday marked the close of the annual retreat at St Marya Acad emy at South Bend Ind and tljo usunl ceramony of investiture in t religious part was performed th morning At 8 oclock the processio iicludlng the postulants and novice tIle community in order of dignlt and age the fourteen candidates fj tho habit the choir the Bisho clergy left the convent and pro- to the chapel The Right lieu herding Bishop of the it j mIl6cese was the celebrant l sole nh mass i tC NTUCKY IRISH RIOAN Y s KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflR Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Loulivllle Postotllce as SecondClass HitUri 1Address all Communication to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Weett Qreea SI UNION 4 4TRADESLABEL COUNCIL lOUISVlLLE KY SATURDAY JULY 20 1907 n YOUR DUTY Every descendant of the Irish race residing in Louisville should attend the Hibernian summer festival at Ninaweb Park next Monday This great order will next year entertain the State convention in Louisville and Mondays event Is the first step The Hiber thereforin preparation ncans have never failed to respond generously when called upon to as list any public or charitable under dutyinkingii- r of all to show their appreciation by their presence at this initial field day andsummer festival WILL KEIJOUXI The removal of Major Patrick Ridge as Night Chief of Police does not coincide well with tho claims of that they areour new city officials for clean good government strictly Major Ridges record while In office which had been atwas a perfect one tested to often by both Democrats and Republicans and he shared the entire confidence of a fair thinking public His many friends are Indig nant at his removal and as one of them stated to Chairman Davies of the Board of Public Safety Major Ridges removal may act as a two bladed sword that will cut both ways WISE LAW VIEW Ohio lawmakers believe that the effective way to punish the misdeeds of corporations Is not by means of flues but by the imprisonment of the responsible men A Toledo Judge has Just sentenced thirtyone lumber dealers and brick manufacturers to six months each In the workhouse for violation of the State antitrust law In some of the cases he Imposed a fine also but he gave It as his opinion that In cases like these only im prisonment could bring the offenders to a realization that they were ordl nary criminals A fine paid out of the Mts of the Illegal combination of I corporations would be no hard- p to any one and would be looked upon as a bit of Incidental loss hardly to be avoided and Justified by the greater gain Six months in the workhouse is another proposition Under Ohio law the sentence is likely to stand It was in the same Ohio city of Toledo that a similar sentence was imposed upon members of the local ice trust last year An appeal was take from that sentence on tech nical grounds but so far the courts have sustained the Court of Common Pleas In the present case the same technical difficulty can not arise as the case has been conducted differently Toledo Is the city which elected Golden Rule Jones Mayor and afterwards Brand Whitlock so the decision of the court is sure to meet with popular approval as well as that of the higher courts If the convicted capitalists emerge from their six months secluslpn with better ideas of the power of the law something will have been gained It makes little difference whether or not they are convinced that the law is a righteous one The important thing is that they recognize that it must be obeyed PREACHERSMUNICIPALITIES According to the dally press the new Mayor of Chicago is liable soon to astonish the sensational preach ers of that city Chicago like most cities the Catholic Sun says has a ministerial association and it has been a thorn in the side of good cit izenship for years It existed in Mayor Dunnes time and embarrassed his administration no little Dunne is himself a Catholic and a reformer There are many who thought him an Idealist He Inaugurated many re forms but his methods did not suit the preachers Every day of his official life they antagonized him He could do nothing that they did not irltlcilde in their Sunday sermons J he opposition newspapers printed Iliebe and scattered thorn broadcast When he offered himself for reelec tion they were bitterer than ever declaring that under his rule Chicago had become a cesspool a bellhole a scandal to civilization and several things equally horrible He lost and another Mayor climbed Into his seat BufjM his name a Protestant and i German Now they are assailing Buuae wildly declaring the city worse than ever No mans life Is safe In- ltjDQ womans virtue secure In It r uertfhC Mayor is being led M Dunne was But he Is not sod to take it as Dunne did He lisked the corporation counsel to btigate and see it the preacher Lprt lie proceeded jRa4nf t for libel It they J1Jin will f9 put a stop to their perpetual as sault he says he will make them prove their assertions Or pay for their misrepresentations The corpora tion counsel thinks the city may have a good case It will be an interesting one should it ever get into court and Its results will have a bearing on the activity of sensational preachers in this and every other large city in the country For it is undeniable wo fear that this class of preacher in jures a city by Ills Incessant clamor and confuses those in authority when they are honestly trying to give a clean administration Instead of preaching the Word of God and striving to lead men Into better lives they undertake to drive whole com munities by sheer force and often we are inclined to believe simply for the sake of gaining distinction for themselves If any good were accom plished by such activity we should not demur but having witnessed alma liar attempts in seven of the largest cities In the country during the last dozen years we are convinced that evil results Instead of benefit No small part of the disfavor Into which religion has dropped today is due to this very overofficiousness of sensa tional preachers The methods they employ are driving men away from Christianity instead of attracting them toward If The injury done communities is considerable also Cities that really are not so bad often are abused in violent terms and pictured as verit able sinks of iniquity The daily press publishes these sermons in part as a matter of news of course and the effect Is that the sinloving element conies to that city and those who love good stay away It gets a hard name and the preachers are the cause The pulpit ought to be sane in Its attempts at uplifting humanity It should attempt to lead men the day has gone by when it could drive them If it will look at the 50000 000 nonChristians in this country it will see the result of its efforts in that direction All is not harmonious in the Re publican ranks in Indiana There isnt a split yet but if the Fairbanks following and his machine attempt the control of everything the friends of Senator Beverldge threaten a re volt that will likely destroy the formers chances Vice President Fairbanks is expected to arrive in Indianapolis today from a long West ern trip and it Is Intimated that he may find that his famous political machine will require all of his shrewdness and ingenuity to prevent it slipping a few cogs and making difficult its running After many years Albany the Em pire State capital has a firstclass Catholic paper The Catholic Chron icle newsy and ably edited has a splendid field and should succeed Quite a number of publications have failed in the old Albany diocese but for the Chronicle we predict a long and useful life Last Sunday all dwellers in the Vatican palace emerged from are treat that lasted eight days Pope Pius himself took part in the spir itual exercises and thus set an ex ample for the world The wise man is always more stingy with his wisdom than the fool is with his folly FIRST MOVE Taken by Vatican Against the Doctrines of Modernist Writers According to Associated Press dis patches from Rome the first move of the Vatican against the ultraliberal Catholic campaign in which among others a secret international league is said to be engaged has taken the form of a decree promulgated by the Pope on Wednesday specifically condemning sixtyfive statements taken from the writings of leading Catholic modernist writers whoso names are not given Among the statement condemned is one ap proving a total disregard of the prohibitions of the Index Expurgatorius and of other Roman Catholic congre gations The decree has not yet reached this country and Its contents will not be known for another week ST PAULS PICNIC St Pauls church will give their annual picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Labor day September 2 afternoon and evening The picnic this year will be given on a larger scope than ever and Rev Father Yorks able assistants and committee are arranging for a mammoth euchre In the afternoon and evening and also a big baby chow TuUpr detail will be fn tliese io- u maatalater date WMiss Sadie Doyle left Saturday to spend several weeks in Grayson county Louis Coady and Norton Tlerney have gone to Massy Springs to spend several weeks Misses Frances Tighe and Bertha Clark have been visiting Miss Clara Sauer at Lagrange Miss Sidle Milligan who has been visiting in Carrollton and Indiana has returned home Mrs A H Egan and Miss Gertrude Egan have gone to Dawson Springs to spend a few days Miss Mlda Is home after n two weeks visit with Miss Margaret Shannon at Lexington Miss Delia Thornbury who was here visiting relatives has returned to her home at New Haven Little Miss Loretto Brennan Is spending a few weeks in Indianapolis with Dr and Mrs Hendricks Mrs OLeary and children have re turned from a delightful visit to Mrs Fannie Flahive at Jeffersontown William H Veeneman and William Furste are enjoying a two weeks va cation at Sebrce Springs this State Misses Edith and Anna Moran and Leo McCloskey have gone to Dawson Springs for a stay of several weeks Little Fred Baumnn has gone to Cincinnati to spend several weeks with Mrs Cook Wells and other friends Andy Huttl Con Gallery antI Dick Watson ore spending their vacation nt St Joe Ind as the guests of Gus Depose Henry Bruhn will leave tomorrow for Milwaukee his former home where he will spend his three weeks vacation Mrs Louis Hugelmeyer West Chestnut street has as her welcome guest Miss Anna Schmitt of Hunting burg Ind Mr and Mrs James McBride and daughter Sheridan and Miss Margaret McCrory left Wednesday for Floyd Knobs Ind Miss Patrc Boone has returned to her homo at New Haven after a de lightful visit with her sister Mrs James Devers Miss Annie McGill has gone to New York and next Tuesday will sail for Paris She will return the latter part of next month Miss Anna Hepp of Jackson street has Just returned from Hardin Springs where she spent her two weeks vacation Hon Edward J McDermott and wife and three children left Monday to spend several weeks at Atlantic City and the East Mrs M E Junker and daughter Mss Lottie of Duluth Minn are here to spend the summer with Mrs Henry J Thieman Misses Mary Rose and Louise Dant spent several pleasant days at Leb anon as the guests of Misses Minnie and Lillie Kearns Mr and Mrs Francis McKernan who have beenat Dawson Springs fo r several weeks have returned to their home in this city Mrs George B Salender and Miss Beatrice Ready of Frankfort were here this week visiting their sister Mrs R W Harreld Misses Nell Kiley Teresa Dierkes Ethel Haager and Josephine Kiley left last Saturday for a two weeks stay at White Mills Little Miss Sarah Naomi Connolly of 1118 Fifth street has gone t Bardstown to spend the summer with relatives and friends rnnd Mrs Meyer II Hllpp and Mrs Frank Reador are enjoying a perIodof rest and recreation at French Lick Springs Miss Maggie Gilkey has been the recipient of much social attention during her visit to the Misses Ella and Evelyn Brady at Chicago Miss Margaret Hennessy returned Tuesday night from Lebanon where she had been visiting for two weeks as the guest of Miss Sallie Hagan J Guy Nevin and Miss Agnes Queen were members of the Louis ville colony registered this week at Sweet Sulphur Springs at Velpen Ind Steve Doyle who is connected with the AllenBradley Company Is receiving the glad hand on account of the arrival of a little son at his home Mr and Mrs Charles Callahan and their daughter Dorothy of New Al bany have gone to Lake Winona where they will spend several weeks Mrs M J Bannon and little daughters MIsses Catherine and Jessie leave tomorrow to spend the sum mer at their cottage at Bass Lake Ind Mrs Margaret Foley and Miss Mary E Sheridan have been at Indianapolis this week attending the National Federation of Catholic Societies conven tion Miss Rose Doerr who has been spending two weeks with friends at Indianapolis will leave for a ten days trip to Atlantic City and the Ea U Miss Sadie Parrott of Springfield Is here on a visit to friends and dur ing her stay is tho guest of Miss Mary Maloney 328 West Brecklnrldge street Mrs C Fitiglbbon and Misses Margaret and Ruth FlURlbbon ar rived home this weak from Central City after a most enjoyable visit with Mrs George Gordon and Mrs Agnes Gordon Mrs Mary Shea and Misses Bessie Pierce and Mary Kalaher were last week members of a house party at tho homo of Mr and Mrs E B Miller at Central City- Charles Fitzgerald and wife and daughter Miss Winona who visited relatives in Northern Indiana and Chicago have returned to their home in New Albany Edward L Pope of the David Baird Company Is spending his vacation in Chicago as the guest of his brothers Kent and Joseph who are well known here Misses Margaret Flynn Mayme Leahy Florence Flitner and Gertrude Veeneman will comprise a Jolly party that will spend two weeks at White Mills next month Miss Katherine Connolly accom panied Mrs Charles Lilly and chil dren who had been the guests of Mrs Mary Connolly 1118 Fifth street to their home at Dayton Ohio Matt Cunlffe and bride who was Miss Maymo Kast are home from their bridal trip and will reside at 1430 West Madison street where they are at home to their friends Misses Virginia OBrien Louise Murphy and Florence Murphy left Monday for Hodgenvllle where they are spending ten days with Mrs Le land Smith formerly of this city Mrs B W Connor and daughters Misses Genevieve and Kathleen have been spending the week with friends at West Point They were accom panied by Miss Edna Droppelman Miss Cecilia Weitzel the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs John Weitzel of Washington D C is visiting her aunt Mrs Ella Mulloy 510 West Kentucky street During her stay here Miss Weitzel has made many friends James Langnn an old Louisville boy was here this past week on a visit as the guest of Pat Gallagher Mr Langan was formerly with the Southern railroad but is now connected with the traffic department of Morris C Co Chicago Miss Mayme Brennan of HOG West Oak street Is visiting Mr and Mrs Barry at Memphis Tenn Miss Brennan is being extensively enter tained In the Tennessee city having been the guest of honor at several largo parties and informal luncheons Mrs Michael Quinn of 1728 Bank street will leave tomorrow on n busi ness trip to Joplin Mo and while there will visit her sister Sister Mary Alphonsus Before returning she will also visit her uncle James Brady Superintendent of railway terminals at St Louis Miss Catherine Falaher mid Thom as McKenna were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock at St Williams church Rev Father Murphy performing the ceremony After the ceremony a supper and reception was held at their future home 1217 West Oak street Misses Katie and Lizzie Hcttcrman two pretty and popular Covlngton girls hove been spending the week here as the guests of Mr and Mrs James Landers 1113 East Main street During their stay theywere extensively entertained and made ninny friends who will be pleased to have them here again They will leave for their home tomorrow I Leon B Smith member of the andrunited in marriage on Tuesday by the- Re Dean Barry are here on their honeymoon trip The bride is a sis ter of Thomas B Cromwell the well known newspaper correspondent and turf writer Mr Smith is a popular and successful young business man Misses Margaret OBrien Kath erine Morgan Mary Rose OBrien Margaret Maloney Nellie Hnnnon Mary Clare Julia Halloran and Hat tie Higglns were members of a house timeoweek at ount able suburb of Cincinnati by Mrs Cook Wells who formerly resided here and will be remembered as Fanny Brunton One of the weddings interesting to Jeffersonville society this month will be that of Charles Devitt and Miss Elizabeth Lynch whose engagement has Just been made known Both are popular young people with a wide circle of friends Their marriage will be solemnized with a nuptial mass at St Augustines church on Wednes day July 31 the Rev John OConnell performing tho ceremony After the honeymoon the young couple will re side at Fourth and Broadway I SUPPER AND LAWN FETE The good people of the vicinity of Thirtysixth and Market streets have arranged for a mammoth ice cream supper and lawn fete at the residence of C V Frey the proceeds of which will be for the benefit of St Colum bas church building fund Taking active interest are the members of the St Vincent de Paul Society the Altar Sbci ty and the Young Ladies Sodality who promise an evening of real enjoyment It will be held on Tuesday July 30 and the tickets which are only fifteen cents will en title the holder to cream and cake KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN St Edwards Commandery of the Knights of St John composed largely of members of St Anthonys congregation have secured tho White City for an outing next Saturday and Invite all their friends to be with them They know how to entertain and promise a lot of fun for all who accept their invitation APPROVES TIlE STATUTES Monday it was announced In Rome that the form of organization and statutes for the sisterhood for negroes and Indians organized by Miss Cath erine Drexel of Philadelphia have been approved and authorized by the Pope PICNIC AND FIELD DAY GIVEN BY THE I Ancient Order of Hibernians I I At Ninaweb Park July Every Catholic Society in the Three Falls Cities Is Solicited- to Participate in the Field Day Events CentsparentsI LAUDS PRESSI Priest Declares Printers Ink and Organization Are Rud ders of Christianity Agencies That Should Bo Em ployed in Pushing Relig ious Work Asks Why Catholicism Is Not Represented in Public Affairs I WORDS INDORSED BY BISHOP MFAUL Rev Father J IV Koche of Nebraska City Neb at the mass meet ing of the American Federation of Catholic Societies at Indianapolis delivered a telling address on the agen cies that have made history giving particular attention to the power of the press He said in part There are two things that have history in the last few hundred years and will continue to make it iin the few hundred years to come They are organization and printers ink And these are the agencies that should be employed in pushing religious work Some people imagine that reliance agencies These people belong to a class that a friend of mine has defined for me He said that if God had made time world and had provided us with clothing food electric lights and other necessities and conveniences there would still be a large number whyinvided us with electric tons too These people believe that God will take care of the church and shelter it from all dangers They believe that we will all be blessed martyrs by and by and sit down and asked to be hit And generally some one comes along nnd takes them at their word The church in France got her gizzard full of that some little time ago Where we are weakest today in America is in our press We publish 200 periodicals twelve of which are dallies and seventyeight weeklies Of the twelve dailies not one is pub lished in the English language The seventyeight wteklies have not a combined circulation equal to that of a little Socialist paper the Appeal to Reason published in Girard Kan which boasts 209000 subscribers A little band of Socialists publishes a daily paper in Chicago We 20000000 strong imagine wo can not publish a daily paper of our own In Germany there arc 118 Catholic dailies published and even little Bclguim has a Catholic dally press There are three things that prevent a paper from being successful weakness of brains in the editorial department weakness in the subscription list and weakness in the advertising depart ment When the three are found in the same paper then IJequlescat in pace Our Catholic papers are weak in tha matter of subscriptions Not one Catholic family out of four is taking a Catholic paper and where they do subscribe for it there are a number that do not pay for their subscriptions But we arc weaker still In the advertising department There is a silent boycott of the advertising pub lic against the religious press and the Catholic press in particular When we approach business men they give us the stony stare and the marble heart and say to us You Catholics do not patronize your ad vertisers There is a remedy for all this a remedy that in two or three months could cure nil the ills of the Catholic press and put it on a paying and even prosperous basis The busi ness done by the priests alone of time country runs up Into the millions every year They are continually building houses churches andschools Why dont they demand that con tractors and men who supply build ing materials advertise in the Cath olic press These advertisements alone would pity the running expenses of the paper Then Catholics at large eat breakfast foods and wear clothes thV same as other peo ple Why dont AVO force the manufacturers of these things to patron ize our papers by patronizing only those who advertise with us Bishop McFaul who followed Fathe Rocbe expressed himself ah being in entire accord with the Ideni advanced by the Western priest coq corning the Catholic press and added that the Cath lice would never ac complish anytl Ing In this country until they ha ft a great Catholics press t 0 Monday 22 I I Respectfully i Jt jnvmajfc Orphans FestivalFOR THE BENEFIT OF r ST JOSEPHS ORPHAN ASYLUM On the Grounds at Crescent lull Wednesday August 7 1907 In case of Rain Festival will be held on followsng day Excellent Music Entertainment ff- Good Meals Refreshments j Admission 25 Cts Icompanied NINAWEB 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 PARK EDEOTKIOALLY ILLUMINATED For Dates and Terms Address H J Summers 1305 First Street WHITE CITY lOcNew Electric ParklOe PROF MOTS BAND 2 FREE CONCERTS DAILY FRMarie Rolfson the psychic Kollins S Klifton banjoists La Crandall bounding wir artist the Three Guthrles gymnasts Passion Play pictures FONTAINE FEPRARRYK TUB PARK BEAUTIFUL ADMISSION FREE HIGHCLASS VAUDEVILLE 6STAR ACTS6 FREE BAND CONCERTS Afternoon and Night FREE OUTDOOR ATTRACTIONS Other Popular Features PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the management of Pbcunix Hill before closing contracts CBTHOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jiflinon SI Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed TIndependent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY BMBALMERI Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 2406 Payne St Both Phones REPUBLICAN CONVENTION The Republican City and County Executive Committee has issued calls for ward and county conventions to be held in each ward in Louisville from 230 oclock to 530 oclock Sat urday afternoon July 27 to select delegates to a nominating convention to be held at Liederkranz Hall on Monday July 29 Temporary chairmen were named to call the mass conventions to order Each ward will L g 2 I tFOR Furniture Of all kinds pricesea Go to WM F MAYER9 419 W MARKET STREET t e Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANCPACTCRBRS O- PPUREICECREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy end ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tore 627633 EIGHTH ST I III II 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123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S Fast Main Street Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCa- rriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810- hhiIFhiileit4i It t t t t t t t t FiFFIHtiJiiIithF- J E TRACY L H STUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS carrl aeinoaIedon 1531 W MARKET STREET THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 Alt call promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasion 1225 W MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jefieraonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply o MOTHhR MARY REGINf- lERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jefferionvllle lad Give your boys aa edscatloa that will prepare them far life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE t 12 VBroadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the XOTtrUn Brother Clinical CdceUieaBd BorineM Coanef Preparatory Do txtttituet Ta lr q7 ha ue TModerakBroJaM Dir n b PETER M ANDRIOT8OM3 WAGON MANUfACIURfR Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E VENT Proprietor Old aad Rare Whiskies Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEL- OUIS r WABNITZ CO Proprlitirs 339 FIFTH STREET i IIiII J HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes It is now tip to the members as the committee have done great work for the success of the picnic Every true Hibernian and friend Ilf the Hibernians should be on hand Monday to swell the attendance There will be a general meeting or the picnic committe tomorrow aftor noon at 230 oclock in Ninuwe ParkDivision t InglosLplcnlticketsticketsDivision PresIdent attheThe nuilinrytitle Conn Father Redding was made their chaplain TarrytownTeresas school for proficiency in the study of Irish history orgnrizedrapidlincreasingmeeting applications ore being re eel ved Division 1 of Duluth linn is hold ing meetings to prepare for the con erring of the degrees on a large class of new members in the near futureThe Hibernian Itifles of Wilming ton Del 150 strong will be the guests of the Baltimore Hibernians mat Monday and will drill after tlic address of Gov Warfield The great gathering at the Denver celebration demonstrated the fad that the Hibernians have many friends and sympathizers outside the ranks of their own organization in thatt city A largely attended meeting of Di vision 7 of Syracuse was addressee by Rev William Dwyer the county chaplain Thursday night This iis one of the most enterprising divisions in Central New York The divisions of Onondaga county and Syracuse will hold a convention tomorrow when arrangements will be begun for the grand initiatory ceremonies to be held under the aus pices of the County Board in the early full- Hibernians of the copper country will meet at Calumet Mich on August 0 which day has been set aside to honor the name of Daniel OConnell There will be speeches and a fine programme of sports and the event will be made one of the biggest ever held there Division 4 of Syracuse has enterer upon an earnest effort to have tho largest class at the Initiation to bo held in the near future by the County Board That city is the home of State President Dorsey and will double its membership under Ills ad ministrationSenator F Minturn a widely known and noted member of the order and a celebrated jurist of Hoboken N J hiss been appointed Circuit Court Judge Of that State by GO Stokes For years he was resident of the Iloboken branch of the Irish Land League Monday will be Irish dayat Balti more and at Illver View Park a treat celebration will take place un der the auspices of the Hibwnian JUlies and Division 8 Mayor Mahool will present n stand of colors to tit Rifles on behalf of the Ladles Aux mar utter which a distribution of prizes will take place two of which will be 30 hatsto be presented to the most popular lady member of tit auxiliary and the most popular lady on the grounds The County Board held a regular meeting at Cohoes N Y Sunday afternoon A very Important and pleasing announcement was made by President Fitzgerald to the effect that the Right Reverend Bishop had ap pointed Rev John E Smith county chaplain Father Smith was the choice of the members of the County Board and his appointment by Bishop Burke gives great pleasure The new chaplain Is one of the assistant priests at St Patricks church In Watervliet APPOINTED CHAPLAIN Rev Father John 1C Larkin pastor of St Brlglds qhurch in Memphis was last week appointed United States chaplain at the Union Soldiers Home at Johnson City Tenn a posi tion that is looked upon with treat honor Father Larkin is a man of deep learning hawing received the double degree of Doctor of Physics and Doctor of Philosophy when teachings at Emmittsburg Being a man of modest and unassuming manner and a thorough Irishman he has always preferred to be known by tire kind and affectionate name pf Father rather than by the name of Doctor to which he is entitled APPOINTMENTS Jailer John Pflanz County Asses ior John Adams Tax Receiver homos Shelley and Prosecutor Rob ert Hagan have been reappointed to heir respective offices And their friends are quite jubilant That others were turned down caused bitter disappointment but they say they rill be in the race in the primary Up to the hour of going to press low Beckham had not completed the election of members of the General louncil but they will perhaps be an lounced before this reaches our readers MADE GOOD MOVE Miss Katie Agnes Smith the wellI known lady embalmer has moved her office from the Highlands to 620 West St Catherine street This vrlll be a much more central and convenient location and will enable her to respond immediately to all calls Miss Smith is a daughter of the late Gran Smith and her services are much sought after for washing and dressing women and children of which she has wade a specialty r U f 0 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O XX- DIVISION 1 Meets oln the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cusick Courthouse Treasurer Charles J Finegan Sergeant atarmsJames Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFInancial SecretaryJohn T K san ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial Secretary John Uession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sergeantatarms Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentrJoseph P McGinn Vice PresidentStephen J McEl llott Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial rcretary K E OSulli van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Lenihan SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouis Constan tinePresidentJohn Kennedy Vice Presldent B Coyle Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy TreasurerMichael Kinney MarshallM Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenlgs at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J Sand First Vice PresidentJohn T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording SecretaryBen Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Joseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber HumphreyInside Andriot Outside SentinelG purge Bartsch KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Sioux City Knights nrto undecided whether to construct a new building or purchase a block already erected St Elmo Council at Xorth Tarry town K Y gives 25 in gold to St Teresas school as a prize for general excellenceThe given by St Paul Knights for the House of the Good Shepherd was a grand success The net proceeds amounted to 2500 Kentucky Knights are moving right along and expect to institute councils at Bardstown Lebanon and Maysville before the end of the year Lacordaire Council has opened Its 1new quarters on East Sixtieth street New York and visitors are cordially invited to accept its hospitality while in the metropolis Fully 800 Knights were present last Sunday at the institution of the new council at Greenwich N Y The exercises were held in the Greenwich Theater and were in charge of Dis trict Deputy Hecnnn The second gift of 1000 for the establishment of the K of C bed at St Josephs Hospital at Providence was received the first of the month The total amount which Providence Council will donate Js 4000 SHOULD PROVE POPULAR Wybrant Brothers formerly lo cated on Market street below Fourth are opening a photograph studio at 518 Fourth avenue near Walnut and are preparing to Introduce the making of photographs at night This method will surely prove popular with bridal parties and others who can not find it convenient to have photos taken in daytime As to the quality of the work it is hardly necessary to state that the name Wybrant has been the synonym of good photography in this town for many years- APPRECIATED Thomas Keenan whom Everybody in Louisville knows this week received official notice from Supreme President Kelley of his reappointment for another term as Kentucky Inspector for the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America The honors an appreciation of his excellent service in tIle office and all approve liis selection RED MEN PICNIC Wauneeka Tribe of Red Men will give a picnic at Phoenix Hill Park next Monday afternoon and evening This tribe is composed of a hustling lot of braves who are endeavoring with the aid of this picnic to increase their wampum belt The committee in charge are W A Nash James W Delaney T J Garvey Theo W Ban ders and John H Ellis To remove chocolate stains sprinkle Uin with borax washta coil water a Q IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Bishop Boylan this week confirmed pnrIshes Killan Tenants on the Campbell estate at Knockcroghery County Roscommon have signed for the purchase of their holdings Tho Corlea Irish class was much commended for their magnificent turnout to the Kells fels and the efficiency they displayed Lord Dunleath and the tenants uu his Downpatrlck estate have thus far been unable to agree upon the price for the purchase of their holdings Last Sunday the Dundalk Gaelic League held its sixth annual fels on tho Young Ireland athletic grounds and it was the greatest yet held in that town P T OBrady of Tuam and Will lam Boyd of Longford were ap pointed Commissioners for oaths for the counties of Galway and Longford respectivelyArthur a prosperous Castle blaney merchant and Miss Susan Duffy of the same place were united In marriage at St Marys church by the Rev Canon Meegan The Dundalk committee having charge of the Rev Brother Yorko memorial fund are making progress and subscriptions to a considerable amount have been received The Dundalk Democrat announces the death of Joseph Keenan aged seventyeight and Henry Murphy aged fiftynine years both true Irish men and exemplary Catholics Peter Sands was tried before the Louth summer assizes and sentenced to three years penal servitude for setting fire to a rick of straw the property of Mary Clarke at Corbollls The people of the parish of Cash el presented the Rev P W Ryan with a valuable gift which he in turn handed over to the Cashel St Vincent de Paul Society for the use of the poor of the city Owing to the remarkable development in recent years a corporation has been formed to purchase and ex port the wild fruit of the district ex tending from Limerick Junction to Waterford and Dungarvan to Kilken nyThe I Meath county feis held at Kells was largely attended and very successful Special trains were run on all roads entering the town and many Gaelic League branches from Meath Cavan Louth and Westmeath were entered With very great regret the Clerk af the Newry Union made known the death of Dr James M Elliott for twentysix years dispensary medical officer of the Rathfriland district Pending the election of his successor Dr Maria Rowan is filling the vacancy Peggy McGurk of Carrickmore which place enjoys an enviable repu tation for long lived people is now I 101 years of age and Is still quite hale and hearty She still earns her lying by caring for the local courthouse and Is at work each morning at 5 oclock The sixday exhibition of Irish Industries at Waterford was opened by Otway Cuffe Mayor of Kilkenny and was a most gratifying success There was a large attendace and neatly every article of manufacture the necessaries as well as the luxuries of civilization were exhibited and they yore all of Irish manufacture The Sinn Fein party have adopted C J Dolan who resigned his seat as- a member of the Irish Parliamentary party as their candidate to contest the constituency of North Leltrlm If Dolan is returned he will not ac cording to the Sinn Fein policy tako his seat In Parliament but will remain in Ireland acting with the National Council IMPROVING SLOWLY Martin Dugan whose serious injury was noted in these columns last week is still unable to leave St Josephs Infirmary where he is re torted as improving slowlyI His age and the warm weather combined retard his recovery though no alarms felt over his condition ENJOYING VACATIONS Tomorrow Capt Edward Bright Detective Ahern and Patrolman Will am Murphy will enter upon their innual ten days vacation unless the schedule is changed They are faith ful officers and have well earned the rest granted them FIRST IRISH PARLIAMENT The first legislative assembly of the Irish was convoked by King Have Fola about the year 000 B C- It met in the great hall of the Royal Palace of Tara and it was termed FelsTeamrach or an assembly of the nobles druids histor- Ians and other learned men In this first Irish Parliament it was ordered that a similar convention should beheld every three years Among other- wIse ordinances we note that thereafter every lord was to maintain respectably a brehon or judge and also II historian The duty of the latter official was to preserve in writing the genealogy alliance and notable actions of his patron This record was to be inspected at the next Assembly of Tara by three princes three druids and three historians and thep It was to be inserted Iin the great registry entitled the Tsaltuir Teavair or Psalter of Tara HOMES MADE HAPPY Selfish parents who refuse to al ow their sons and daughters Ito have espedtablo company in their homes are often chagrined to find them parading the streets at night with companions decldedly unworthy The homeS in which the greatest happl ness exists are those where young eople gather and enjoy themselves In the encooftheir elders who ltd real pleasure in the knowledge J FRANK FEHR BREWING co 1irqoo po Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone flame 1913 191THE 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 DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUXSVXLL KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PUREtBrewed from carefully selected barley + and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TCLSPHOPTID xaso p Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts ASK FO FALLS CITY BEE ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 CUMB PHONE WEST 89 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOltJ DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHNFOERTELCOIXCORPOR- ATBDBUTCIIERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY All the new Spring styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices HENRY flUNOLD BEAIBR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty MoePnse 4330 540 W HEEEMANN WALNUTS IKPOJlTJUUI FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSOlv BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 SlxJh Strei that all are safe from temptation and banD n The sign of wisdom Iis the owl The mark of wisdom 1U to plaster with DIAMOND WALT PIASTBR best and cheapest in the end Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 KyAlsoter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 65 WINES LIQUORS CIWBS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every moraine Haul 1 to 1230 oclock 44a xv GREEN tr II K 1TT7TOSYitRI l7 9A ALV RJOAN+ END OF SEASON SALE 1THE BIG STORE Begins their End of Season Sale today Saturday July 20 Com early every felt the effecti1 i1hasEarly comers will reap the benefit 1 THE BIG STORE 424 Forth West Between Market end Filth St MILTON M MARBLESTONE C- O1WALKEASY I 3 SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN All styles and leathers all sizes and widths Sold direct from maker to wearerwith the middle mans profit all put into the quality Try a p- airBOSTON SHOE CO Mens Store 534 Fourth Ave Ladles Store 55355 Fourth Ave C I Sohmer=CecilianT- he Highest Grade Combination Piano in the World 4 MONTENEGRO= RIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OfiB8O8O FOURTH VENUE 2 45c A POUND For Black Green or Mixed Tea For ICED TEA j Why pay more for no better goods We GUAKAN TEE ours to be fresh fragrant and entirely satisfac tory Phone or call for a trial package Also phone us a trial order for Mulloys Special Freshly Roasted Coffee 3 lbs for j 50- cMULLOY COFFEE ROASTER Ql14 W JVIARJCKTC STREET C9 B 8S8s tI sfti me ciias fl Rooers BOOK cor + PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O fSUIT EVERY TASTE G Give na a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the zfinest of their kind in the city V BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 1 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 VST Jeffel son Street Jp+ + + + + + + + + + + + Q iANDBESTIN THE CITY j4MIncorporated Y CO HAND WORK A SPECIALTY as GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732- T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN zevvritinEstablished Reliable System s t as taught at this institution is a valuable f acquisition to any person A stepping atone r Itosuccess Secures the best employment Spencerian graduates are always in demand BrK SCHOOL0SPIiCER StrutIISpeacu LOOISVILL KY k DANNONkKentucky Vtricd Brick CDC INCORPORATED Maucfc otsxrora o- Yi u VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STP ETS AND ROADWAYS a0qNie 5DWI2 W Jetton St Works Magnolia AYe Bet 9th and lot- hJIELCPHONE 873 TELEIHONE1262 y u t 7 I f8I Dontforget One Two OneEight OUR PHONE NUMBER I 3000 SHIRT WAISTSA- Ti CLEARANCE PRICES iInventory is near at hand You it is easier and requires less time to counti o money than stock and the object of sale is to convert our stock of Waists into money as quickly as we can This clearance sale involves Waists of description in all the desirable materials The trimmings are most I Ievery Some are more than others all are expressive of excellent beauiwe have also a liberal assortment of tucked styles making the o all in all unsurpassable Some are open front others open back in sizes of from 32 to 44 bust measure Ii98c and 12- 5WAISTSI Ii75c Each 150 and 175 WAISTS98c I II 6 00 Shirt Waist Suits for 298 These handsome Shirtwaist Suits come in a big va riety of white and colored lawns and dotted Swiss The waists are either tailorplaited or nicely trimmed in lace and embroidery the skirts are made very full and are o trimmed to match the waists reduced from 500 and 600 to 298 o OO eo MAJOR PATRICK RIDGE Reduced in Spite of a Splendid Rec ord as Night Chief UNIFORM RANK Election of a Major General Ordered For Next Month As the term of service of Major Gen L J Kadeskl of the Uniform Rank C K of A Is about to expire and no general can be had to elect his successor the Military Board has decided that the election for a Major General shall be by bal lot during the month of August Henceforth this department will be an auxiliary to the Catholic Knights of America being from now on a self governing body through its regular commissioned officers who must pro vide ways and means for its mainte nance and to hold and distribute through proper channels such other funds as may be received from State or Supreme Councils and other sourcesIn order No 19 Just Is sued and in which Major Gen Ka deski announces that he will not be a candidate for further honors it Is provided that nominations may be made until August 6 which bal lots and full instructions will be mailed and returns must be made to the judges by August 26 All nominations are to be mailed in duplicate to Gen Michael Reichert this city and Chief of Staff H A Setter St Louis The official ballot of nominees who must be past or present commissioned officers In good standing will be mailed only to such officers who are in good standing in duly chartered organizations POSTPONED Last Federation Meeting Had Only Small Number Present Owing to the extreme heat and the near approach of the national convention there was but a small attendance at the monthly meeting of the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies held at the Womans Club on Walnut street The programme that was to taro been presented by the delegates repre senting the Ancient Order oa Hiber nlans was therefore postponed until a future meeting when theweather will be more seasonable Announcement was made that Judge J P Thompson of Lebanon and Anthony J Sheridan and John J Sullivan of this city would represent the State and local federations at Indianapolis They attended nil the sessions and will have an ex haustive and inteersting report to submit at the next meeting which should be attended by every delegate President Newton G Rogers was expected to be one of he Louisville delegation but his engagements in the courts were such as V make it Impossible for him to leave the city Later the complete programme for tWa next meeting will appear in these columns KNIGHTS AND LADIES The Advisory Board of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America arc enthusiastic over the prospects for their outing at the White c tyon July 31 At the meeting held Monday night at the house of Branch In- v 0 200 and 25- 0WAISTS 150 Each 400 Shirt Waist Suits for 198 These Shirtwaist Suits are made of polka dot and checked lawns and of white India Linon The waists are piped and trimmed in embroidery and lace iThe skirts are full flared trimmed to match or with wide folds to close out before stocktaking the price In stead of 400 is only 198 Do Ko spector Thomas Keenan the reports received were most encouraging and all arrangements were perfected A number of new features will be in troduced and the Knights and Ladies aide looking for a crowd Already a big sale of tickets has taken plac- eINTEREST QUESTION Will Be Fully Explained to Dissatisfied Catholic Knights Since the adjournment of the na tional convention of the Catholic Knights of America numbers of the older members have become dissat Isfied over the law adopted that com pels the payment of interest on their certificates Leaders In the order say this is due principally to a misunder standing of the question as the rates the Knights now pay are much less than Insurance companies would charge The options offered after the rerating have been the subject of much discussion and in order that all may have a correct understanding of them and the Interest question a special meeting of Branch 45 has been called for Monday night at St Marys Hall Eighth and Grayson streets towhlch all members In the city are cordially Invited Presiddnt William J Norton will occupy the chair and the explanation will be made by Secretary Henry Middendorf who has a thorough knowledge of the subject and will cheerfully answer all questions pro pounded With the aid of a black board he will demonstrate by facts and figures that the law and rates as now in force were absolutely neces sary and are in reality of most bene fit to the old members It is expected that many of the local Presidents and Secretaries will attend this meeting GREAT WEEK AHEAD all theatrical at tractions which have been seen at Fontainto Ferry Park since the open ing of that resort and on a par with any vaudeville aggregation which hoi ever visited Louisville will be the offering of Hopkins Pavilion for next week There will be the usual two peorformances daily with Volta as the headliner Others on the bill are Lew Hopkins and Floe Adler Fred Tiny and Company Constantine Windon and Geiger and Walters all vaudeville favorites Miss Wllmine Hammann will be the soloist in the daily free concerte and with new pictures it looks like another great week ahead lor the park beautiful PRIZE WINNERS The lawn fete held on St Augustines church grounds Monday and Tuesday evenings was a well deserved success large crowds at tending both evenings and Rev Father Felten desires to thank those who gaVe him such needful assist ance The winners of the various prizes offered were Piece of fancy work won by Mrs Katherine Nlst fine clock won byrs William Schuler gold necklace by John C Ward Mrs James Klnnarney was the guessor of the dolls name which was Maud PASSION PLAY PICTURES Another big free bill is promised for next week at the White City The week closing has been the most suc cessful in the history of the park and the management Heels deeply gratified over the result The Pas sion Play pictures showing the tragedy of Calvary exactly as It was given in Oberammergau Bavaria laityThere1000 ham aroused n great deal inII park next week all of them head liners I The meeting of Mackin Council this week was unimportant many of the members being away on their sum mer vocations Only routine business was transacted and it is thought there will be little after the meeting of the Grand Council at Owensboro next month Secre Adams says there are no sick claims now and that the only big expense that confronts the council is the bill for the coal that will bef needed for the winters s VVVVV We Serve the Best SodaWater in the City at 5c per Glass know this Shirt gorgeous gathering after tary IWAISTS 198 Each neatly 0000 recordbreaking Overshadowing UNIMPORTANT activityuntil CAPT TIIOS FITZGIBBOXS One of the few Police Captain- sENCOURAGED Were Members of Division I at the Last Regular Meeting The members of Division 1 A O II were much encouraged by the attendance at the last meeting when two new members wtere added to their number Owing to pressing business engagements President Clines was unable to be present but his position was filled in a most ac ceptable manner by exPresident James Barry Secretary Keenan read the communications which re ceived proper attention and the reg ular business was gone through and an early adjournment taken Thomas Dolan from the Field Day Committee created much enthusiasm by his report which predicted that the Irish national games would be the event of the year in Louisville He told of his visits to the other di visions and the preparations they were making for this celebration making an earnest plea to the mem bers of Division 1 especially the tug ofwar team and the relay race team to make every effort to maintain their laurels From him It was learned that several combinations of athletes have been formed who are quietly practicing in the early morn ing and late evening for the purpose of capturing the prizes There were several visitors present and the hot meetingfrom TRINITYCODNCIL Mcmorlal For Deceased Mem her and Election to Fill Vacancy meetingsthiscalled to take action on the death of Cornelius J Lane formerly Corres ponding Secretary After the an nouncement had been made and members had spoken on the loss the council had sustained a committee was appointed to prepare a suitable memorial and resolutions to be re ported at the meeting next week Tuesday night the regular mooting was held and much business transacted The reports submitted were all satisfactory and showed that Trinity is making steady progress The moat important buness was the election of a Vice President to succeed Edward J Hosier whose business compelled him to resign the officeFor the present nothing is being done regarding the club house except to Increase the building fund which Is receiving the special attention of President Conkllng who hopes to have matters so arranged that the work may be soon pushed When erected the building will be a hand some and valuable acquisition to the JIlghlandsII CLERKS NEXT FRIDAY I The Brotherhood of Railway Clerks will have their first outing next FrJ day at the White City This Is a new but energetic association of live young men who will furnish plenty of amusement and a Jolly evening for all who attend I 1i i JAMES GREENE 125 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture IICarpets Rugs i Stoves Ranges I LOWEST PRICES i BEST TERMS iY I Homes Furnished CompleteN- ow is the time to take up the house furnishing question Come in and Ilet 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 Invite your special attention to our stock of Carpets which range in quality from the cheapest ingrain to the finest velvet If you will but visit our store you will readily realize that there will always be found the best values at Greenes Satisfaction of the kind that satisfies marks every transaction In fact we dont consider a deal closed unless the customer Is absolutely satisfied Fully prepared to furnish your home we can safely say a larger finer or more varietf stock can not be found When you buy from us you have the satisfaction of knowing that every article is exactly as represented made in the most substantial manner finish and design perfect 4 + 44 44 t44 + ++ + ++ + + FINE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Call and see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNN1 THE JEWELER 530 West Market Street kSE VFs- LE1THER NUF crqr1 eNL EQ uAi1RENSMULOIa3YaLeJY xx oo By reasan of being out of the high rent district iwe are able to SAVE YOU A DOLLAR on each pair of shoes you buy tt 400 Values for 300 t I 350 Values for 250 t Haager Shoe Store 307 WEST JEFFERSON I I r QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last Thejnew improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND THE ONLY SHOEPOLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HEADQUARTBRB FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Rinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATEI- N ALL ITS BRANCHES MON Y TO LOANSUMB PHONE MAIN 27y Room I Law Bldg Center and Green DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING V Horses Called For and Delivered Office 1007 W Broadway FOROe 913915 SEVENTH ST It It It It t It It It- FIXE WINES OHAILIAwfzs AL KOLJ3845 West Green Street LIQIIoa OIC4ARI 0u 0 0