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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f Ca i TTE1T I I F t 1 I I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I VOLUME XIXNO 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 3 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS TOMORROW 1 Will Be the Fourth Anniversary- of Election of Pepe PlusX 1 I f Cardinals Present Congratulations J and GoocTWishes l 1 Today a New Syllabus the Most important Document Issued For Years 10 CONSISTORY THIS SUMMER f The Associated Press says all the Cardinals In Rome today will gather at the Vatican palaco in a body in order to present their personal congratulations and good wishes to the Pope the fourth anniversary of whose election will come on the fol lowing day There will be a formal address read by Cardinal Oreglla the Dean of the Sacred College and the only Cardinal created by Plus IX now living The Pop Is expected to reply to the address of the Sacred College and already guesses are being made as to what he will say It was expected the Pope would hold a Consistory In the summer some time before the date of the an niversary of his election but Infor mation procured In official quarters shows that he has changed his mind Because of this what he would have said in his allocution at the Consist ory ho will say to the Cardinals when they visit him at the Vatican on Au gust 3 and from what has happened J recently it is easy to surmise the sub I jectPerhaps the most important docu PopeiI nonCatholic and untenable sixtyfive 1 propositions taken from forbidden books of recent Issue The propositions condemned mostly refer to theological 1 and scriptural questions For nearly a year past this new sylla bus had been under consideration and a special commission of Cardi nals members of the Congregation of 1 the Index made a special study of the matter in order to collect documents 1 to be passed on The condemnation j included works of the Abbe j Houtln Father Tyrrel and other I Catholic writers The Pope had de 1 clded to postpono the publication of I t The document several months in or der to avoid unnecessary friction 1 with prominent ecclesiastics but a 1 movement recently started in Ger many and England and supported in the United States by members of the hierarchy remonstrating against I the Congregation of the Index as the main obstacle against public discussion 1 of church matters changed J his mind I It Is well known that whenever works are published which contain assertions objectionable to the church 1 authorities or wrong expositions of dogmas or scriptural matters if written J by Catholics the Congregation of the Index places a ban on them i through decrees which are issued once a month The movement against this Congregation has been very pronounced among English Catholics over since a famous British scientist of the Catholic persuasion thought it advisable to criticise its work in deal Ing with scientific discussions of dog mas and scriptural questions A few months ago a similar movement was started in Germany having as 1leaderstria prominent Switzerland Catholics Among of ItsII German Catholics who entered the movement are Baron von Hertllng a I prominent member of the Centre I party who was one of the candidates for the Presidency of the Reichstag last fall Prof GermanII fug n member of the tag Her von Hollraeth a German magistrate of prominence Prof Plassman Dr Schering and Dr Hum pel of Munster in Westphalia which place was chosen as the head quartersAt the movement had only for its scope the erection of a monument to the lato Prof Herman Schell many of whose works were condemned by the Congregation of the Index The Vatican remonstrated against such a plan and a formal petition was forwarded to Rome ask ing the Vatican either to abolish the Congregation altogether or modify its rules so that Catholics would be en abled to enjoy the right of public discussion of church matters even when such matters regarded scriptural problems The only reply tho Pope made to such a petition was the publication of the syllabus under the auspices of the very congregation whoso suppression was asked by so many prominent German Catholics Several German and Austrian Bish ops and a number of clergymen are Implicated in the matter as they signed the petition sent to tho Vati can and it is more than probable that some of thorn will have to resign their sees Several American prelates and a number of clergymen in the United States were asked to join iIq the movement but no signatures could be obtained before the petition II was forwarded to Rome MANY HAVE DIED r Since Plus X was elevated to tho pontifical throne less than four years ago no fewer than fifteen n Cardinals have died C HARD ON WETS h badsI t most extreme proniblttpB Utlt1oh Wiltbelllgnedby Gov Uun I Hoke Smith Before its final twentyono amendments passageI ered but nil but two were These permit the sale of pure alcohol by retail druggists on the prescrip tion of a reputable physician and also allow wholesale druggists to carry pure alcohol in stock for sale to retailers only The bill prohibits the manufacture or keeping on hand in any place of business for sale or giving away to induce business within the State of any liquor that may produce intoxication The new law is to become effective January 1908 SAD HIS END Robert IL OSullivans Death Due to Grief For His Sister Words can hardly express the regret felt by all sections of the community when It became known Sun day evening that genial and ldndI I ROBERT EMMET OSULLIVAN wart cd Robert Emmet OSulllvan md been founu dead in Jacob Park Che sad event occurred In the afternoon during a fit of mental aberra ion The news of his death came upon the greater part of the city as- a painful shock Up to the beginning of the present year Emmet Sullivan as he was best known md been in excellent health but ibout six weeks ago he was compelled I to tnko a leave of absence rom the Turner Day Woolworth factory where he held jesponsible I position and go to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital owing to a- Jreakdown dn his constitution Two vveehs relaxation and rest seemed to have benefitted him and he re urned to work in his usual earnest and careful manner After another short interval his anxious friends noticed that a change was overcoming him but no fear was felt Last Saturday evening OSulllvan took a street car ride with his sister Miss Nellie OSullivan and was in good spirits Sunday morning he attended mass at St Louis BcrtrancVs hurch notifying his relatives that lie was going for n car ride and J would take dinner in the country J From that time until about 230I jclock when his lifeless body was found by Park Guard Pryer nothing had been heard from him A pistol was found not far from tho body but the manner of death will never bot known as no one witnessed the fatalityThe lbody was at once removed to the home of his parents Mr andI Mrs Timothy OSulllvan with whom lie lived at 1520 Seventh street where there was a constant stream of callers to offer sympathy to the bereaved father and mother and sis ters two of whom are Dominican nuns Friends of Mr OSullivan believe that despondent over the grief of his sister Mary who died recently his mind became unbalanced and that if he took his life It was while in that condition The deceased was thirtytwo years of age Financial Secretary of Division 4 A 0 IL and also a member of the Knights of Columbus and St Vincent do Paul Society all of which were largely representetd at the funeral The funeral tOOK place Tuesday morning from the Dominican church at 10 oclock Long before that tour crowds began to pour into the edl flce and when the coffin was borne to the altar the church was thronged Rev Father Logan assisted by deacon and subdeacon celebrated the solemn high mass of requiem and In his funeral sermon he paid oa feeling tribute to the memoryof the departed who by his good work had earned the affection and Respect of all who knew him TOURING GERMANY Letters received this week from Frank Senn Sr the well known brewer who left a month ago to visit tho scenes of his boyhood days in Germany after an absence of over fifty years state that he is having a pleasent tour and most enjoyable time among relatives and friends of his youth After spending two more weeks at his old home he will sail for Louisville arriving hero the latter part of this monthiLAWN FETE AND GOOD TIME Rev Thomas White and the members of St Frances of Rome church will give a grand lawn fetu next Thursday and Friday evenings on the beautiful grounds adjacent to the church The people of that section have made every arrangement for the entertainment of an immense gather Ing of people from all sections of the clty who have always found the Clifton retell the mo enjoyable of the season A number of interesting and amusing features will be Intro= duod and all are promised a foodl 0 f 0 time Tickets will cost but fifteen cents and entitle the holder to ice cream This little but earnest con gregation Is deserving of support and encouragement and all who can should go and swell the crowd on at least one of the two nights CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Perfect Arrangements For A BIg Reunion at White City Under the auspices of the Central1 Committee tho Catholic Knights of America of Louisville New Albany and Jeffersonvillo will have a grand reunion at the White City on Mon day August 19 while in past years there have been union meetings and entertainments this will be the first gathering of a distinctively social na ture where business will be aban doned and nothing looked for but pleasureMonday night at a special meeting called by the joint entertainment and convention committees and pre sided over by President Joseph Mc Ginn reports were received that in dicate a most successful reunion The White City management made generous concessions and will have for that occasion a programme of unsurpassed merit One attraction alone that should draw thousands will be the Passion Play presented In a manner never seen hero before Large numbers of tickets were token by the delegates present and It is expected the returns at the regular meeting nextFriday nlghtwlll be sufficient to insure its success Next year the State convention will be held in Louisville and it is the desire of the Central Committee to provide for its entertainment with out drawing upon the treasuryof any of the branches This is a laudable undertaking and the com mittee should receive the hearty sup port of all tho Catholics of the city There are many who should make this the occasion of a first visit to the White Cit- yTRINITY COUNCIL With Nearly All the Officers Absent Did Much Work- Notwithstanding the fact that six officers were absent Trinity Coun cils meeting Tuesday night was in teresting and much routine work was done Joe Ilehemann presided and his rulings hastened the work of the evening Harry Kirchdorfer was reported still sick but Louis Muel lers condition was improved Thomas Garvey stated that tickets for tIle Owensboro trip had been left with the Secretary The Ways and Means Literary and Picnic Commit tee had no reports but will be heard from next week Edward Wulf said nice progress was being made for the euchre at Phoenix Hill on August 22 but urged the members of the commltteu to greater effort A communication from Unity Council of New Albany requesting the members to partlcl pate In their outing at the White City on August 7 was read and con curred In After credentials had been issued the delegates and alternates 1o the Owcnsboro convention Grand President Martin spoke of the com ing Grand Council meeting and what the councils of tIle jurisdiction were doingUpon motion it was decided to discontinue the ball team and 1hat Manager Kelly have the property in its possession turned over to the custodian An interesting discussion of how to make the meetings mire attractive and increase the attend in bye a ante was participated thatnumberhave much merit The council will meet again Tuesday night and as n willnumber1 be discussed some spirited talks are promisedCHARLES I CATE Accepts Government Position and Leaves For the Isthmus When Charles I Cate was calledl out oh the machinists strike after being with the Louisville and Nash ville railroad for fifteen years he sent his application to WashingtonL for a Government position on theI work now being prosecuted at Pana i ma While he expected a call he hadI not tho slightest Idea it would come so soon Wednesday he received a1 telegram telling him to come at once and that night he left for Washing ton and expe ctsoatlslmfwytayfwyji ton and expects to sail today for the3 IsthmusThis will be surprising news this o many friends and especially to the members of Mackin Council who bad elected him as one of thou- delegates to the Y M I conventio- at Owensboro a trip that ho verj much regretted missing Mr Cata leaves his wife here at 1102 Wlckliff B avenue He is a firstclass machinist and his Louisville friends hope thai health and success will be with hi In his new but faroff field of labor I PLEASED WITH LECTURES Referring to thft two lecturesI Reason and Religion and To Moore delivered by the eloque Rev Father Edward P Graham o Sandusky at the MArion Count Chautauqua that closed Sunday thi Lebanon Falcon says the priest W greeted by large and appreeiativi audiences and it vase tNe goneral comment Hiat lie brought down the hotieeU nr ALLIANCE I Between United States and Ger many Important to the Former Tho Time May Come When It Will Receive Serious- Oonslderatlon Germany Is Prepared to Return Something For Friendship- Sought REASONS FOR CLOSER RELATIONS The proposed alliance between the countryhasarticle that calmly discusses a Ger manAmerican alliance the Irish World has the following to say Evidently Germany is determined that England shall not have the whole field to herself so far as seeking American friendship is concerned Up to quite a recent date it was taken for granted by English men and by the proEnglish element In this country that if the United States despite Washingtons solemn warning should enter into a foreign EnglandAU ployed to familiarize the American people with the thought of both countries forming a species of joint partnership for tho peace of the world advancing the cause of civilization etc The changes were con stantly rung on Hie assertion that blood is thicker than water al though the census statistics prove conclusively that of all the race ele ments that make up our complex population the element that can trace its ancestry to an English comparativelyInsignifIcant is thicker than water argument has any weight it applies with much more force to GermanAmericans than to the socalled AngloSaxons who numerically are so weak Then besides between Germany and the United States there exists no bitter memories of injustice done by the former when the latter was weak and found it difficult to defend herself No German soldiers for instance applied the torch to the nations capital after all resistance hat ceased as the redcoats did in 1814 No German cheers greeted the news of the reverses of the Union army during the civil war such as were heard in England whenever the stars and stripes went down In de feat Consequently there would have been no need of pleading to let by goner be bygones if this country and Germany should determine to enter into the closest possible relations Of course the traditional policy of the United States in respect to foreign alliances first outlined by Washington is as applicable to Ger many as to any other European na tion Only dire necessity would justify an abandonment of that policy Such a necessity would exist only in the time of actual war in tho event of this country being hard I pressed According to recent reports Germany is prepared 1o render this kind of service if the United States Should ever have an occasion for using it An influential German newspaper the Breslauer General Anzeiger in a leading article dedi cated to Wilhelm II and Theodore Roosevelt outlines the manner in which such service could be rendered Taking It for granted that a war between the United States and Japan is enevltoble if not now at least in the not remote future the article proceeds to state that with the greater part of the American navy In the Pacific the Atlantic seaboard of the United States would be ex posed to an attack from Japans al UesIn other words from England and France In that case an alliance with Germany would be of the ut most importance to the United States The Breslaucr General An zelgers article concludes in this manner Is it not an enticing picture enticing enough to fascinate the na tlons and to give their statesmen new and higher Impulses If Kaiser Wilhelm and Theodore Roosevelt should clasp hands across the sea In this armed peace compact they would earn the gratitude of the world in a greater measure than has been accorded to the statesmen who preceded them An alliance of the kind hero re theerredsphere of practical politics A time however may come when it will have to be seriously considered In the meantime it will be noted that Germany is prepared to offer some friendshipnf she seeks In this she holds quite a different position from that occupied by England If for Instance this country and Japan should be at war t tomorrow England could not render ehomde sired to Jo so Her obligations as Japans ally would stand in the way j mfshbutforce Whethera11 wordntf bystanding by her Asiatic ally orby- y leaving the little yellow men to fight e their own battles without any alit allaIf she were cone a matter of gain vinced she would profit more by outing her fortunes with t4ye Mikado as against Uncle Sam she would t n n uo T array herself against the latter not withstanding her years of fawning upon this country ORPHANS OUTING Great Time For All Who Visit St Josephs Asluyrn Wednesday The annual picnic and outing next Wednesday for the benefit of St Josephs Orphan Asylum on the Asy lum grounds at Crescent Hill prom ises to in many ways surpass any thing of a similar kind ever witnessed In this city In the first place it is expected that with fair weather 15000 people will visit the grounds and for their comfort and entertainment every possible preparation has been perfected For several weeks past committees have been busily en gaged in arranging amusement feat ures for the outing and a number of startling surprises are predicted There will be shows for the young and old and many handsome booths presided over by young ladles promi nent in Louisville society circles During the afternoon and evening one of the largest bands of the city will render an excellent musical pro gramme and the children of the asylum will drill and sing a number of patriotic songs For those who de sire a splendid dinner and supper will be served by the Sisters and their lady friends and besides there will be luncheons served all over the groundsAt Josephs Asylum there are about 200 fatherless little children who are surported by the St Joseph Orphan Society To assist them in their great work of charity this outing is given and it is hoped that every charitably disposed person In the city will assist on this occasion This Isa rare chance for a happy outing and In the evening there will be an alluminatlon that will be worth going miles to see The Crescent Hill cars will pass the asylum grounds every ten minutes during the entire day and until the close at night MACKIN COUNCIL Making Splendid Preparation For Exemplification at New Albany Mackin Councils members are exemplification will be conducted by its team before the Indiana Grand Council at New Albany on Tuesday August 27 The team last night began a series of re hearsals and it is the intention to surpass in every way any exemplifi cation ever held by the Y M I in this section of the country Among those who will receive the degrees are a number of candidates from the three Louisville councils There was a fair gathering of members Tuesday night when President Sand called the meeting to orderOutside of routine business and the allowance of sick benefits there was little that was of Importance Harry Moran wao was ill at St Anthonys Hospital was reported im proving as was also George Bartsch Announcement was made that every thing was ready for the trip to Ovensboro on Sunday August 11 and many signified their Intention of accompany the delegates- Dr Michael Casper and David OConnell of Trinity Council for whom there is always a cordial welcome were nr sent 03 vlitors ann when called upon responded with short talks that greatly pleaded the members In attendance Circulars will be Issued next Week Informing members of the pro gramme for the Owensboro trip and the New Albany initiatio- nREPUBLICANS Hold Convention and Nomi nate Grlnstead Por Mayor The Republicans of Louisville and Jefferson county held their conven tion at Liederkranz Hall last Monday and nominated a full ticket to be voted for at the November election Though the race for the Mayoralty was close the honor went to James F Grinstead the Mainstreet wholesale grocer whose friends forced him Into the race last week His selection meets with the approval of the party unit upon all sides it is conceded he is a formidable candi date and will give his opponent a hard race This was the onlyreal contest in the convention nearlyall the other nominees being gentlemen who ran on the Fusion ticket two years ago The platform has nothing to say upon5 tho prohibition question though pledging the enforcement of all the laws From start to finish tho convention was for harmony otherwise a certain number of stronger candidates might have been nominated Many were pleased to see the names of Josonh Kirwan the lumber dealer and Albert Schranz the real estate dealer In the Alder- manic and Councilmanic lists Both are popular and will receive a big vote throughout the oily- POSTPONED Because of thedhreatenlng weather Wednesday the outing of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America was postponed till last night- rAINIOIr INJURY Her many friepd throughputithe State win regret to learn that Mrs Sylvester Raptor tl1ee mblefe c JJ1 p d of the State Treasurer of the Cath sufferingfromnoted in the New Haven Echo Mrs Sylvester Rapier met with a painful Accident Sunday night about 11 oclock She was upstairs and in returning from her daughters room and about to pass the landing of the back stairs she made a misstep and fell to tho bottom breaking her col lar bone and painfully bruising her- body She Is doing as nicely as pos sible under the circumstances and it is hoped by her numerous friends that she will soon be out again none the worse for the accident COUNTY BOARD Reports From All Divisions Show Gains Being Made The regular monthly meeting of the County Board of the Ancient Or der of Hibernians held Friday night at the hall of Division 1 was well attended and the reports from the Financial Secretaries showed that all had made substantial financial and numerical gains County President cityVicecupied the chair Secretary Kelran read the reports and communica tions those of Division 3 and 1 causing much good feeling Will Connelly reported the receipts and disbursements for the field day which showed that there would be a nice nucleus for Oho fund for the entertainment of the State convention next September Joseph Lenlhnn and others commended tho committee for their excellent work and expressed themselves thor oughly pleased with the success of the field day which will be repeated on a larger scale next year All divisions were called upon to make prompt returns for the tickets sent them so that a final report can be mado at the next meeting James Coleman delivered an address and mach suggestions that were welll re ceived Upon tho request of President Con Ford and his colleagues permission was granted Division 2 to have nn entertainment or celebration the programme for which is being ar ranged and will bo announced in the near future TROUBLE AT BELFAST Striking Dock Laborers and Police Demand More Pay The strike of the dock laborers at Belfast Ireland this week assumed Wednesdaysdispatches to pour into the city emphasizing the fact that the authorities are fully determined to grapple with rioting whether on the part of the striking dock laborers or the mutinous police who are demanding more pay because of the extra work the strike entails The Fourth bat talion of the Middlesex regiment ar rived Wednesday bringing a Maxim gun A section of the Essex regi ment will arrive early Thursday morning making the military strength about 7000 men This Im posing display of force is producing n reassuring effect on the general public which early in the trouble was somewhat panicstricken Important developments aro expected August 2 on which day there will be a special parade of the disaffected police The police have received com munications from numerous stations throughout the country expressing sympathy with their movement and declaring in many cases ft willing ness on the part of the writers to lay down their arms and strike at a moments notice when like action is taken in Belfast The Chamber of Commerce de cided to memorialize the Lord Lieu tenant of Ireland the Earl of Aber deen regarding the situation The terms of the memorial have not been disclosed but it is thought that it appeals for a proclamation declar ing martial law- DEATII OF SISTER Accompanied by a body guard of six Sisters of Charity the remains of Sister Gonzaga who died Monday night at St Josephs Hospital in Lexington were on Tuesday taken to the Nazareth convent In Nelson county where the funeral and in pltalduringwere said after which the body was prepared for removal to the train Tho pallbearers were Tames Savage John McElroy Albert Gadabout and Drs Falconier Foley and Shannon The six nuns who accompanied the AgathaDontlllnRose Matilda and Alcia all of whom widelylmown IRISH LORD ABBOT Right Rev Father Alberlc the venerable lord abbot of the Trappist monastery of Melleray near Dubuque or Dennis Dunlea as his name and style would be were he a civilian is now dosing on his seven presenthomeland twentyfour years ago CONDITION IMPROVED City Tax Receiver Thomas P Shelley who has been suffering from nervous prostration and unable to come to life office In the City lIall- is reported much Improved Upon the advice of his physicians he will go to the country where a fety weeks of rest and quiet will restore him to perfect health 0 x = I ABANDONED Removal of the Body of tho Late Pope at the Last Moment The AntiClerical Crowd Was Ready to Oppose the Plans s Cardinal Del Val Discovered Hostile Movement Just in Time i PIUS X WILL MAKE A PROTEST Everything was ready on last Sat urday week for the transferring of the remains of Pope Leo XIII from the Basilica of Saint Peters to that of Saint John at the Lateran Even tho sanpletrini the workmen who do the repairing and mason work of the Basilica had been informed to meet there at 11 oclock on Saturday night though not told the nature of their errand There are about twen haveInheritedancestors and whose only work Is the keeping of the great Basilica in confidential theVaticaninformedthat InthoonSaturdayabout it except their wives and fam Inestt beforothepletrini who live outside of the VatI abouttheican authorities which required the andfathers thenIt f of tho remains of tho late Pope was scheduled for that date Thero waS c no more surprised man than Cardinal Secretaryofre turned sawthegreat square of the Vatican Basilica watchIngforcyclIstscprrospondentsclerical organizations was on tho spot ready to convey the news to tho world at large Tho Cardinal on reaching his apartments was soon in communica ofRomeanticlerical ganized a hostile demonstration if shouldbenmedlatelyinformed tided to postpone the transfer till a- more r propitious occasion Orders whohadthebOdyloftyplacoto their homes as tho projected cere nightAtthoLateranarchpriest of tho Basilica was ready N chapter rqceiveformallyIncloseded wasturnedously to the custody of a committee SacredCollegereceived from the Vatican that the ceremony would not take place thatnight everyone was dumfounded as no givenPius not to allow thetimeremnlnsotPlusand the incident will be mado the object of diplomatic protest As is representativesgatheredInCardinalSecrotary thoCardinalworetoldsoonIssueaction of anticlericals in Rome whose excesses the Italian Govern ment Itself Is unable to check Tho powerful notwithstanding the much boasted GovernmentItac corded by the laws of guarantees In latePopeJOHN KELLY HURT John Kelly a reliable and carefhl p employe of the city pump depart a collision Twenty and + nesdayintoTwentyeighth demobIshed removedtocovered that he had sustained a deep scalp wound besides a badly injured wrist and shoulder After his Injuries e removedtostreets where he is now renting easy Mr Kelly has for yMra btaa ofllibernlanandlm9vathroughout n- n Th Tir J n I Ist4I1 U It L1tUkI AJ1ERlOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERHM Devoted to tho Moral and Soclol Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COpy 50 Entered it the Loulivllle Poitofllce a SecondClass latter lAddress all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren St 1ADESOUNIL 11iOUiSVILLt KY SATURDAY AUGUST 3 1907 L BOARDS ARE NA1EDI Gov Beckhnm last week named Iehisappointees for the General Coun H oil and on Wednesday night both I boards met and organised This I completes the new city government and there will be no further delay in the transaction of public business t The excellence of the men named makes full amends for the time taken in their selection They are all fully qualified for the respon slble duties that have been placed before them being men of wIde business and professional experience and fully awake to the needs of B great city like Louisville Our cit izens feel that their interests rest safe in the hands of the new council TAXATION Again an attempt is being made to abolish the ad valorem and sub stitute the lIcense system of taxa Lion in Louisville This question has been before the courts and the pres I ent law sustained by the highest tribunal It operates upon all alike anti should be allowed to stand Now that a new council has just come into power n determined effort is again to be made by certain Interests to secure the license system where fiby they will secure a lower tax rate than will the rest of the people The laboring man who invests lila hart earned savings in a little home should not be compelled to pay a higher rate than does the wealthy man who operates on Main street Members of the council should re member that this city has beer greatly benefited by the present Byjv tern and should therefore hesitate long before making any change Louisville was never more prosper ous than during the past few years and with the present law upheld wilt I continue so- FEDERATION PRINCIPLES The best and most timely refuta Hldn of the charges that ignorant anti Irresponsible writers have brought against the American Federation ol Catholic Societies Is contained in th following declaration of prInciples adopted at the national convention in Indianapolis 1The American Federation of Cath olic Societies is an organization of Catholics in the United States for the purpose of advancing their civil I4socIal and religious interests- It is not a political organization and does not control the political affiliation of its members it asks no favors or privileges but openly proclaims what is just and fair It aims nt the creation of sound public opinion on all important topics of tho day it stands for the Christian life of the nation Itself for the proper day it stands for the Christian life of tIle nation itself for the proper observance of Sunday for the Chris than education of youth for the sanctity and perpetuity of Christian marriage for the safeguarding of the Christian home It asserts the necessity of Chris ilan principles in social end public t tlife in the State in business in all financial and industrial relations L It combats all errors which are in opposition to Christianity and threaten to undermine tIre very foundations of human society It is willing to cooperate with all loyal citizens and with nil civil and j social energies which work for truth T find virtue I It exposes falsehood and injustice whether in misrepresentation of i history doctrine or principles of jnorality The alms of federation therefore are religious and patriotic they are the interest of all American citizens and especially of those who believe in a divine lawgiver and in the rev elation ofa divine religion through Christ our Savior Catholics srould preserve and makeuI t use of the above whenever they hear- tV 1 federation criticised CROPS ARE SAVEDI IL Despite the late spring and other x IL adverse weather conditions which threatened to damage crops to a fterkms extent the Middle West Is l paying a more successful grain raising year than was expected In many sections the wheat crop while not iull has run up to a fair average Jri some sections however rain has damaged the grain but generally the u rwht crop has been far above cx L I peoUtionB In practically every see Uph the wheat has been harvested w and thrashing Is under way Kansas In particular has had a fair harvest report ironical parts of the State beinf Tdr blW In iowa where Jhe- wMat to later than IB Kansas and ISsnourl and other state f4r4br l south the crops have been quite ns good but the farmers are optimIstic after the discouraging outlook of ja few short weeks ngo Other crops including potatoes rye and oats are reported as doing finely and in Ivan sas tIre potato crop has been so good that field hands are being paid ns high as 4 a day In North and South Dakota winter wheat already has been gathered and the sprint variety is growing slowly Alto gether there is a most favorable out look and all will be well if the Gov eminent prevents manipulation and extortionate prices IDbe Kev Martha Bortle a Wash ington club woman preacher and W C T U lecturer speaking before the Womans Chautauqim Club at tin New York Chautauqua Assembly last week declared that systematic and conventional theology have al most made the holy spirit a rare visitor in the Protestant churches and said The churches are working in better harmony than we think The Methodist church picks people up The Baptists wash them the- II Presbyterians blue them the Episco pal church starches them and the Unlversalist church irons them nut she failed to add that after all it won the Catholic church that saved them I Mayor Bingham who nt the Democratic conference held at the Seel bach Hotel lost his temper and told I those present they might go to hades and later demanded the re moval of John W Vreeland and the Democratic committee has changed presentInlllealmittee The Democrats of this city and county will only be satisfied with a primary and already the committee has guaranteed a fair deal to all candidates This will go far toward preventing a wider breach in the Democratic ranks Despite the determined opposltioi tof Senators Foraker and Dick time Ohio Republican State Central Com I mittee indorsed Secretary Taft or I the Republican nomination for I President This is a big boom for the War Secretary whose strongest I competitor is now Got Hughes of Now York who may not enter the race in which event the Empire State wil doubtless enter the Taft column Fifty years ago taking the coun try as a whole there was not an i average of One divorce in fifty mar riages Today there is an average ofI one divorce in every ten marriages I These startling statistics have just i been compiled by Prof diaries flush nell of Washington who deplores the growinpr infidelity in the homes of the land Judge L K Wilfley head of the UnIted States court of China has fully demonstrated his unfitness for the responsible position und should be called home Not because of his attack upon the Catholic clergy but for the injury his arbitrary actions have inflicted upon their interests American business men are calling for his removal EUChRE AND SUPPER The lawn fete for the benefit of the building fund of the Catholic Womans Club will take place Tues day afternoon and evening at tho residence of Mrs P Toner 1206 Hep burn avenue and promises to be of unusual interest and proportions- A number of pleasing features are I promised including a prize euchre and elegant supper The ladles of the club hope to meet all their friends on this occasion East Walnut and Broadway cars run very close to tho Toner home FIRST COMMUNION CLASS One of tho largest congregations since the church was erected as sembled in St Josephs in Win cheater last Sunday morning to wit floss a class of fourteen boys and girls recelVo theIr first holy commu nton from time hands of Rev William D Ryan Tho sanctuary was ablaze wIth lights and decorated with palms ferns and flowers Father lyans sermon was on eloquent one and made a lasting impression on the youthful communicants LEAVES TIlE FORCE James Kinnarney for many years a member of the local police force anti who rose from patrolman to the rank of Captain tendered his resignation to the Board of Safetyand retired from the department on Tuesday FORTE HOURS Beginning at thehigh nasa tomor row morning at the Church of Our Lady in Portland the Rev Father Coxinifl will Inaugurate the beautiful lad imwowlve forty hOJtTtldevo- oDIIWhIchWJ1Ioontl until Tees dir 1b TIlE MAN BEHIND TilE KICK Theres a man of great activity lIes met with every day lie belongs to ach society And he always has his say Whereer hes found you rest assured lies the one to turn the trick I refer to him as one you know The Man behind the Kick If a brother struggles for success This man with envy sighs Puts in a bitter word or two I And to pull him backward tries lIes found among the knockers As a knocker hes a brick And is pointed out whereer lie goes As the Man behind the Kick There Its an old old saying And I believe the saying true That every one should have a show I Even Satan gets his due If this be so just wait awhile And some day gay Old Nick Will growl and grunt and do n stunt With time Man behind the Kick Now if you my dear old Kicker Desire effective work Join in with those youve often met Who are never known to shirk If a man needs help why lend a hand And render time service quick Do it nowIll tell you how Get from behind the Kick Tames D Dun- igansocirv Mr C C Murphy and daughters were at Gra son Springs this week Henry Hepp has been visiting at Hnrdin Springs during the past ten days Mrs Edward D Hannon of Pa ducah is here visiting relatives 1 In the Highlands Mr and Mrs Tames P Murphy of 2131 High street visitedI relatives at Frankfort this week Miss Lillian Dehler has gone to Atlantic City and the East for n visit of several weeks Mrs Tame FitzpatrIck who vis ited friends at Colesburg has returned to her home in Oakdale Misses Gertrude and Lorretta Lan fan have been spending the past week with relatives at Eminence Messrs J W Torpey and Toni Keel have returned home from Iln extended stay at Gm son Springs Misses Maggie Keenan and CarrIe Beuter sailed Thursday from NeW York to spend six weeks in Europe Miss Ella Hogan is spending the summer with her sister Mrs Dave Reid at Holy Cross Marion county Mrs John McAteer has gone to Ada L T to spend the rest of the summer with Mrs James Winter smith Misses Ella C Lucas and Carrie 3 Hutti have returned after n weeks visit to Niagara Falls Buffalo and Canada W McGrath Misses Louise Agnes and Marie and Master Fred McGrat i were last week registered at Grnyso Springs Miss Mary Kearns who has been ill of typhoid fever at her home 3214 Third street is reported much improved Misses Hazel Flynn and Arta JamI- son have returned from Atherton vme after a pleasant visit with Mrs Oscar Timothy Miss Mary OConnell of East ouisvllle has been the guest of Mrs Edgar Doyle of Fourth and 0 streets for the past week Mrs Annie Nevln Cunningham and amlly have moved to Parkland ant are occupying their new home at 2817 West Kentucky street Mrs Alice Berry anti Misses ifayme Hainan and Kate Bolger of South Louisville have been spending a week at Grayson Springs Edgar Thickstun and wife who visited the mother of the latter in reffersonvllle have returned to their home at Youngstown Ohio Young folks of Central City gave a skating party in honor of Misses Margaret and Ruth Fitzgibbons who vIsited friends there last week Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Welch will return next week from Winchester where they hove been visiting Miss hattie May Taylor George ICautt and wife and daugh ter Miss Marguerite of the Highlands will leave Monday to spend sIx weeks at Mt Clemens Mich Mrs P M Rluey and famllyofr- UloxltIe Tenn arrived here the fIrst of the week and art the guests of Mrs H MaIm 1122 Zone street Capt lien Hands friends were glad to see him out again this week fully recovered from an Illness that for a time confined him to his nyine Mrs Charles L Crush and daughter Miss Adelaide left last week- for Chicago and the Northern lake resorts to be gone until September Mr and Mrs David Hirsch accom anicd by their son and daughter wlU leave next week for Petoskey and Mackiuac Island to be gone until fall Attorney Sam J Boldrick end wife and Miss Mary Boldrick were among the number front this city who have been enjoying a vacation at Tatham SprIngs Miss Minnie Tl Campbell daughter of Mr anti Mrs James T Campbell left Thursdm I for o two weeks islt- to Atlantic City and the Jamfetown ExpO Ittm Miss SRlllf Meeh n well known in- i00t Ctttholia feekty oirolw lisa u IL I 0 II gone to St Catherines Academy near Springfield to spend the rest ot the summer Miss Mae Brennan who has been visiting Mrs J H Drown In Owen boro was the guest of honor at ii reception given by her hostess Tuesday afternoon Mr and Mrs John 15 Wathen and daughters Misses Eleanor and Margaret Wathen have gone to Mich- Igan and will spend the remainder ol the summer there Misses Lee and KatherIne MeClos key and Edith Moran have become I SprinIAttorney Charles F Taylor and wife left Monday for Atlantic City and will spend three weeks in the East visiting the Jamestown Exposition before their return home Dr J W Golvln antI Mrs Calvin anti their daughters Misses ElIzabeth and Alice Hayes left last week for the coast of Maine wherd they vil1 spend the rest of the summer Will Gordon a well known local boy who has been representing Ihimler Nolan at New Orleans Is now located here ngaiii being con nectcd with the cigar stand privilege at the Seelbach Hotel Mrs David B Garvey and children are enjoying a six weeks visit wIth her parents Mr and Mrs F L HnndBchti at Knoxville Tenn Later they will be joined by Mr Carve who will accompany them home William Murphy formerly an a taehe of the City Engineers office but for the last two years connected with a surveying corps in British Columbia is home to spend ne feu weeks visiting relatives in New Albany The many friends of Mrs Minnie Werst Avlll be glad to learn that he condition is Improving She wam stricken last week and so critic was her condition that she had to 1 bc removed to Stt Josephs Infirmni and undergo an operation Announcement Is made of the arrival of the flattery boy baby which happy event occurred at the fami residence on Park avenue Mrs lint tery will be remembered as Miss Nell Sexton before her marriage te William T Raftery and popuh among a wide circle of friends anti flcquaintances Invitations have beer Issued to the christening which wit take place tomorrow The wedding of Miss Lillian Stew art Shelton to Thomas Francis Hock ett was solemnized Wednesdo morning at the Cathedral of the Assumption Father Schuhmann offlc ating After the ceremony a break fast was served at the home of tl brides mother Mrs W E Shelton at 108 West Chestnut street Mr and Mrs Hackett left for a trip IIt Jamestown and the East Charles Devitt and Miss Eliznbet Lynch were united in mnrriag ncuuuauuy morning by the 11ev Father O Connell at St Augustine church in Jeffersonville Both ni popular in that city and a larf number of friends gathered at t1i church to witness the ceremony Till happy bride asd groom have go1 to housekeeping in their own hoir at Fourth street and Illinois avenue where they are receiving many congratulations A private picnic was held at Blank enbakers woods this week in which tIme following were present MlsSe Isabel Snyder Lizzie Krakel Katie Lillie and Eleanora Mathers Lllli Lan fer Maynic Schubert Koti Lammleln Bertha Thomas Rosa and Lizzie Seibert and Ada Kavnnnugh Messrs Christ Grote Albert Snydei Wm Laufer Wm Peters Fran Phillips Jr Fred Schindler Walter Hutchinson Wm D Chester Edv Garritj Chas Weber Adam Sehinil ler Wm Lammlcin Shelby Whit worth and Gus Bruener HOLDS HIS PLACE Mark Ryan the genial and accommodating Deputy Circuit Court Clerk has declined the appointment of Al dermnn tendered him by Gov Beck ham and will therefore hold his present place much to the satisfaction of those who have business In the Chancery branch second division Mr Ryan was this year graduated from the Jefferson Law School and until such time as be enters the active practice of his profession lie will re main with Circuit Clerk William Wel let TRY FOR TilE LOT There should be a big sale of tickets for the lawn fete for the benefit of St Leos church in Highland Parkas each holder will Imve n chance of wInning the splendid building lot donated by Joseph Schwelrman and vife There are fourteen good prizes which will be awarded at the fete on Thursday August 20 Father Fitzgerald and the little congregation will be prepared to entertain ar immense crowd UNI3IPORTAKT The meeting of Divlslonl A 0 H- jast Friday night was unimportant though there was a good attendance- to welcome the County Board After several reports had been read and lied the members were notified that they must b 5 ready to make their field day returns next Friday night resident Clines caused an early adjournment and the hal was turned over to the County Board LAUTZ THE TAYLOR Georgo J Lautz for some years conducting a taylorlng establishment on Second street near Main has succeeded John Nuxol and is now located at 245 Fifth street Mr Lautz Is a member of Mackln Council and prominent In German Catholic roles His many friends wttl be glad to learn of his new venture where they hope he will continue to pros per Lemons can be kept almost indef iltely under glass that is light and ai1tlglltAegood experiment is t- op1ol under a glass goblet I JcJI 11 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Appletonnual outing A programme of athletic events is being arranged for the outingat Fern Grove on August 22 Llllis Council at Axtcll Kas a town of less than a thousand inhab plants has fortyfive members f- II are under way to hold a reI IPlansat Ontario Beach of all the councils west of Syracuse and east of Rochester I IThe death of Ennnett OSulllvn robs the local council of one of its most efficient members of the vIsit- Ing committee The regular meeting of the local council next Wednesday has been postponed on account of St Joseph Orphans picnic occurring on that I date Time council at Wausau Wis has sent a check for 525 to tIre Sisters of the Divine Saviour to be added to the building fund for the new St Marys Hospital I About 2000 members and ladles had a royal time last week at time eighth annual midsummer outing held at PutinBoy under the nus piece of Gilmore Council of Clev landTen candidates went through the mysteries of the first degree Thurs ray night at Auburn N Y Plane were started for a clam bake for the councils of that district some time this month THe two Syracuse councils have united their annual outing and will join the great Catholic excursion from that city to the summer home of the orphans of St Vincents Asy hun at Cross Lake Arthur Preuss seems much wore vied about tho orders future and has resumed his attacks in time st Louis Fortnightly Review Until lie becomes n member he should not at tempt to speak for the Knights who have accomplished many great works that he knows nothing about Time most successful athletic meet ing ever held in New Jersey took place last Saturday under the nus pices of time Knights of Newark tie New York IrishAmericans being vie tors in the majority of the game Owing to the liberal handicaps al lowed his opponents Martin Sheridan was twice beaten Time national convention that takes place next week at Norfolk promise to be a grand affair Special trains from many points will bring Knight and their families and Thursday there will be doings that will bl among the notable features of time Exposition Cardinal Gibbons will be the guest of time KnightsI and with the grand parade and ball they will be much in evidence during their stay HINTS ON STYLE Starched upright collars are com- Ing in again Jumpers will not be worn us much in the fall as they were in time summer For the taU girl tucks maim an ideal trimming on a skirt and carryout the seasons newest idea of simple effects Very lovely fancy waists are now dicing made of Valenciennes auuvr net on which arc appliqucd handsome crochet motifs Greens will be favored to some ex tent in myrtle bronze nnd nusslan These will take better this comIng season than they did last year Nearly every cont shown this season has some sort of a collar on it either of the material of the garment or else of velvet In time same or n contrasting color Black Is time color for time cconom ical woman and if a dress is made with two waists one high and one low it will serve as many purposes as half a dozen colored gowns Navy blue will be a great favorite for misses suits and dresses and next to black it is the best soiling color in all materials Copenhagen and nattier blue will also be used as ultranovelty colors Brown is n great favorite in the new samples of fall goods for misses A range of tones will include golden rown up to and through the lighter shades to biscuit Copper brown will be used as a novelty color That tailored effects will be fash ionable title fall and winter is a cer tainty and materials are being pur chased with this in view The sleeves of the coming seasons suits will be long In time tailored effects and threequartter in the fancymaterials KNIGHTS TO RECEIVE Tomorrow morning at St Peters church on Southgato street St Ilchaelfl Commandery of the knights of St John will receive holy communIon in a body and thus gain time Portinucula indulgence On account of the picnic on Wednesday- for St Josephs Orphan Asylum the regular meeting has been changed to Tuesday night VACATIONS The Board of Public Safety this week granted vacations of ten days beginning August 11 to Capt Thomas Matter Chief of Detectives Major Edward Burke Capt Edward Bright and Detective Martin Dona hue Among the number off next week are Stationkeeper Alex Bashes Lieut Warren iand DOUBLE FUNERAL Lost Saturday Anna Cullen twenty years of nge dIed at the lionme of her parents Mr end Mrs Michael Culreni 126 East Ninth street Covington the first death in the family in forty years Monday night the aged father followed the daughter into eternIty and on Thursday morning the double funeral was held at St Garys Cathedral Mr Cullen was one of the oidest members of the neiant Order of iliberuland in Ken uokIJ Da INCORPORATED I BOSTON SHOE COS IISweepingI =Out Sale I Ladles Vlcl Kit Onestrap Slip 98CgoodsLadies Patent Leather Ox fords button and blucher I IJeatherPumps 48aI Ladles Patent Leather and Vlci mil Oxfords anti 350 values atIi981 ILrutherI i 48iLeather Tan nnd White Canvas I 98CaluesMisses 250 Patent Leather Ox-fordsh48Mens1 a Ladies Store 553555 I Mens Store I I 15 Per 100 Bushels what could as- icSCANLO1 COAL Incorporated Local Handling Original Straight WHITE CITY IOcNew Electric ParklOc SIG NATIELLOS BAND In Free Concerts FREE The Three Gym nasts Miss Marie cockatoos FONTAINE FEPRARRYK Tim PARK BEAUTIFUL FREE HIGHCLASS VAUDEVILLE 6STAR ACTS6 FREE BAND CONCERTS Afternoon sad Night FREE OUTDOOR ATTRACTIONS Other Popular Features PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyImproved Parties agement of Hill before closing contracts SUNDAYS8T06 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work dont for the lout mossy Oar Dentistry Please You wwI We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Lewis Co Independent of All lUndertalerg KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 620W St Catherine Both Phones aUMTAHY OUTING KnightsUniformparation for their first encampment and military outing which takes place at Fern Grove on August 29 expect that 2000 people will accom pany them LINCOLNS CATHEDRAL Plans for the reconstruction the proCathedral at Lincoln Neb which destroyed by firo last summer have been accepted by Bishop Don scum and in a short time work will It will eready for occu pancy during the coming year J t tI Mens 250 and 300 and Dull Leather Oxfords at PatentII Mens 350 Sunlight all and sizes iMlnsimetal Oxfords CpOifO Mens regular 35c and COc Socks all and sizes 25C Box of six pairs for 125 Boys Youths nnd Little Gents 48COxfordsand Little Gents 48eral1 Boys Youths and Little Gents 98styles1 35Croom 5CleanerII i 534 Fourth Fourth AveI bestteamsmore you CO Only Dealers Creek Ernests Rolfson powerjSfellmans ADMISSION Phoenix Will They was begin styles styles Boys Youths FO- 1FurnitureIi I Of all kinds the lowest prices iiatI Go to 4 WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET + 1 + 4 + + + H + 4 + + + + t + + + + + + Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO1 MANUFACTURERS O- FPUREICECREAM 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 market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST H MM M MM Mi Office Hours Home Phone 9104 6127 DR J fFRANK 8UhL1YN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE Pholos Made At Nlflht By Engagtmant WYBRANT BROS- Photographers BRIDAL PARTIES A SPECIALTY- Now at 578 Fourth Aven- ueCB THOMPSON RJORITROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 032 FOURTH AVENUEBoth Telephoned 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction gnaraptfed HENRY AAIJJ PULS DYER AND CLEANER ladles WUrigApisIOPK PItue24J1 S2 Fifth Strwt o rl1 II ii V K NTUCKY RIrtISEYh11 RIOAN M 8a BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKYa IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky ImH k MJ BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRING R B BANNON Prai Mgr VlcePrct Secretary Treasurer PPR Bam Sewer Pipe Co Ir Salt PipeBannons for Steam Conduits Wall Copfag Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving BricK Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire Erick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified SidewalK BricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON i TBLBPUONBS73 WORKS isth and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TELEPHONE 2833 rf JIJ s f ss aaIIaII Gran Wtl Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer I Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 t t t t t t t t tt tt t Nd++++++++++++++++t+++++ N++++ +++i+++ D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT t DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1 All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET i +++++++ t+++ M M M t H + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123rr J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I S3S East M431ii Street i I I + I I I I I II H 11111 I I I IIII J 11111 11111 HII H J H TRACY L H STRAUB I BOTH PHONES 383 i i TRACY STRAUB I FUNERAL DIRECTORSIII AND EMBALMERS I crrl5SfShed011 1531 W MARKET STREET I II JIo II 111111111111111111111 I 1 It 1 +iIi14I1MIhih14Ftr eiII KEENANtf Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calla promptly attended to day or night Carriages fivnUhed for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST r PRIVATE HOSPITAL a FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very real enable For further particulars apply o MOTHfcR MARY REQINAH- GRCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffenoavlltc tad Oive year boys an education bat will prpan tUem for Hie ST XAV lERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Brexlway LoHltvlUt Ky goad ctedbtkthecaerfanarotheri Cl Mln Da al 11awieuutegPoolWe11iuJ L I r a u PETER M RNDRIOi 8 8ijN8 WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repalrlag and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO B VENT Proprietor Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEI LOUIS WABfllTZ CO 1Pre1339 FIFTH STREETI ri1 9JP J t r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- Newa Notes Division 2 held their regular meet ing last evening with President Con Ford in the chair Division 1 of St Paul at a splendid meeting last week obligated several candidates and received a number of applicationsMembers of Division 4 are requested to make picnic ticket returns to John If Hennessy W J Connelly or John J Barry The union celebration under the auspices of the County Board at Syracuse this week was the biggest ever given there Division 4 will hold their first meeting in Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut streets on Monday evening August 12 The Ladies Auxiliaries of St Paul held largely attended meetings oppllcotlonsSo large was the attendance at the meeting of Division 0 of St Paul last week that an impromptu programme and social session was held With fortyfive charter members a splendid ladies auxiliary has been founded at Springfield Ill by Mrs McWhorter the State President The First Hibernian regiment will turn out in full strength and escort several uniformed divisions in the Boston old home week parade The Hibernians of Boston and Suf folk county will participate in the civic and trades parade during the old home week that begins Monday Division 1 will hold their regular AugustOaplease make their returns for picnic tickets One of the features of the old home week celebration at Boston will be the float the Ladles Auxiliary bigIparadeRev Michael Bryne National Di rector accompanied by a number of people from Lafayette Ind is now in Ireland and will visit many historic spots there Division 1 of Duluth has made great arrangements for its annual celebration next Wednesday when the Ladles Auxiliary will assist Ex cellent prizes are offered for the sporting events recentlybeenothers are being organized It is predicted that at the national convention that State will lead in percentage of increase Division 01 one of the most pro- gressIve in Boston has committees investigating several parcels of land and buildings inUle West End where the members expect to soon own a hall of their own The reunion at Jersey City uii3er the auspices of Division 1 was the most enjoyable ever held in the State and afforded many the first opportunity to meet State President James Dullard and Vice President James Reilly The reports received from the dl visions of Syracuse and vicinity read at the County Board meeting showed a splendid condition of affairs both numerically and financially with a gain of 250 in membership within the last three months Syracuse Hibqrnlans haste deter mined to hold a grand exemplification of the degrees at St Marys halt on October 3 A prize will be awarded to the division bringing in the largest number of new members for this occasion and already the rivalry between the different divIs ions promises to be intense The new building of Divislqn 0 of Springfield Mass will cost nearly 00000 It will be five stories high and will be built of buff brick and granite It will compare favorably with any of the buildings in Western Massachusetts Three stores will oc cupy the ground floor The upper hall will be large and commodious gatherIngsThe Hibernian Knights of Ohio hold a great encampment this week on the banks of Mad river midway between Springfield and Dayton where companies from Columbus Springfield Dayton Cincinnati Cleveland Zanesvillo and Toledo strictly observed the rules and routine of camp life Archbishop Moeller has given permission and to morrow morning a grand military mass with a full uniformed guard of honor in attendance will be celebrated in the camp by Rev Daniel Buckley of Springfield Each evening various forms of amusement and di everydayitors UNITY COUNCIL OUTING Next Wednesday will be New Al tinny day at the White City and the occasion of the annual outing of Unity Council Y itf I It is expected to Lave all the people of that city cross the river that day and mem bers of the Louisville councils and the general public are invited to join in the celebration ACCIDENT TO ENGINEER Thomas Clare is confined to his home at 1705 Magazine street with a sprained ankle sustained this week in an accident at the power house of the Louisville Lighting Com pany where he is employed as engineer While his injuries are very painful they are not of a serious na ture MANAGER BARRETT The many Louisville friends of J George Barrett will be much pleased to know that We has returned to his old home and will remain here as the manager of the Nernst Lamp Company a big PJttsburp concern For the past few years he was located at Dayton Ohio- FATHER OBREOKT COMING t The Right Revs Edmund M pbreoht Abbot of Gethsemani who II G n atIt a 7 c io1i1i 1 r 2 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Mouth President Thomas D Cllnes Vice President James J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretfcary P J Cusick CourthouseTreasurerCharles J Finegan Sergcantatanns James Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kelson Recording SecretaryJoseph T LynchFInancIal SecretaryJohn T Kean ey DIVISON 3 1Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings oJ Each Month Northeast corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phll Cavanaugh RecordIng Secretl1rlJohn loIorrls Financial Secretary John Hession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sergecntatarms Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentJoseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl llott Recording Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerJoseph L Lenlhan SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouIs Constan UnePreslc1entJohn Kennedy Vice PrezdentB Coyle Recording Secret tryT OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney MarshallM Garrity Banner BearerJ G Cole Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 1 jHousePresident Ben 3andFirst Vice President John T Ken- ney Second Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahan Recording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J HancockTreasuresDaniel jMarshalHumphreyInsIde Andrlot Outside Sentinel O urge Bartsch has been on a long inspection tour of the Trappist houses In South Africa writes from Plntown to the Messrs Joseph and Michael Herrmann that iho will leave Africa about August 15 and will return direct to Kentucky GREAT HUMORISTS LIGHT Great humorists seldom are fat Finley P Dunne is the heaviest weighing about 1GO pounds The Jweights of others living Mark Twain George Ado Jerome K Jer ome and W W Jacobs range from 150 to 152 pounds and in the order named GOOD CORN CURE Bathe the feet well in hot water for thirty minutes every third night every night is best removing all the hard parts possible Never use a knife razor or any cutting Instrument on them After bathing and rubbing off horny substance apply a small piece of absorbent cotton wet with aromatic spirits of am monia The ammonia may be applied every night whether bathing takes place or not NAITONAIi FLOWERS The fleurdelU is tho emblem of gay Eraupe- The violet U the national flower of Athens The sugar maple is the national emblem of Canada The shamrock is emblematic of the Emerald Isle The linden is the national emblem of Prussia Englands national flower is the roseItalys emblem is the lily Germanys emblem is the corn flower WORTH TRIAL A correspondent writes that an ef fort should be made in every locality where the Ancient Order of Hiber nians flourishes to procure suitable quarters for meeting and club purposes It is true of course that we spend a large amount of money each year in the payment of sick and death benefits but we should not overlook the necessity of providing proper quarters for our members to gather in social intercourse The writer recently saw the benefits of such a meeting place in one of the Pennsyl vania mining towns where a flourish ing division of the order exists nearly four hundred strong The quarters were handsomely decorated end there was an air of comfort and pleasure permeating the place which was most salutary Hcrfe+ each even ing the members congregated in large numbers and oftentimes their lady friends were invited to the club rooms as on the occasion of the writers visit when the finest muslo was rendered and the evenings en tertainment was of the most elevating character A good library is provided also card and smoking rooms and the whole is very much appreciated by the division member ship The members of our order aside from their obligations to the sick and the widow and orphan could do no better w rk than procure such places for the octal and spiritual ad vancement of all concerned G IRELAND Record of the Host Important oi the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges TidIngs of the unexpected death of Miss Mary J Farmer were heart1 with much regret in Carrickmacrosf and district Tenants on the Ealdn estate a Bondville County Armagh met th landlord and his solicitor and arrive at terms of sale For writing threatening letters t Magistrate Gibson at Portadowi Charles Regan was sentenced to fou years imprisonment The United Irish League will ho Dnl1ybofeyAugust c by John Redmond and other N tlonalist leaders The East Cavan meeting of tl United Irish League Executive i Stradone was the largest and mos representative seen for a very Ion tUnto the delegates numbering 120 At the meeting of the North Mon aghan Executive of he United Irldh League the Rev Hugh OTseill was elected President succeeding the Rev Patrick Keown transferred to Aughnamullen Coroner OHagan held an inquest at Annagassan on the body of John Bellew a farmer resuling at Sun town near Barmeath the jury find ing that tho cause of death was heart disease The sixth Dundalk fels was held in the Athletic Grounds and every de partment marked a great advance over previous years The attendance was large and the entries in the va rious competitions totaled over COO Mary Anne OConnor wife of the late William OConnor for many years station master at Bellurgan County Limerick died at the resI- dence of her daughterinlaw at Annagassan County Louth aged seventytwoBelfast of the Royal Irish Constabulary held a great demon titration in Barracks Square last Saturday afternoon in support of their demand for an increase of pay Much enthusiasm was displayed but thero was no disorder Before the Leitrim assIzes at Car rick onShannon Messrs Patrick Mc Morrow and Francis McGuire farm ers of Balllnghern were tried by jjury and acquitted of the charge of assaulting a youth named Martin Brady son of Thomas Brady who occupies an evicted farm and who Is subjected to a vigorous boycott James Connolly aged about six teen years met with an accident of a very serious nature at Ready County Armagh While leading a young horse to a field he was kicked sustaining a bad fracture of the skull besides other injuries about the jhead and face lIe was removed to jthe Armagh Infirmary his condition being critical Regarding the approaching elec tion for South Kilkenny efforts are reported being made to induce Robert Donovan the Dublin journalist to allow his name to be submitted- as a candidate to the convention support having been promised from influential quarters The local can didates N J Murphy and R J Ryan are making an active canvass und each states that he is sure of a large measure of support SACKETT LODGE PICNIC Sackett Lodge A 0 U Woo will give their annual picnic at Phoenix Hill Park next Monday August Sand the members are working hard to make this the most successful of their career The committee of ar rangements are J W Young Theo II Sanders W A Nash M T Dear Ing and Jos Gratzer FATALLY CRUSHED William Began a car repairer for the Louisville Nashville railroad and an old and respected resident of Covington was crushed to death in the Central Covington yards while coupling cars Saturday afternoon Two of tin sons are employed by the Louisville Nashville one as conduc tor and the other as brakeman and both are well known here WILL BE LAID IN I FALLII The corner stone of the new Cathe dral that Bishop Scannell will erect at Omaha Neb will be laid the first Sunday in October when church dignitaries from all sections of the country will be present Plans are being formulated to make it one of the greatest religious demonstra tions ever witnessed in the West CHOKER IS FOURTH With the racing season half over Richard Croker stands fourth in the list of winning owners on the Eng lish turf There are many who be lieve if Crokers great horse had been given fair treatment in the way of handicaps he would have been at the top of the list His Orby the Derby winner won for him 33585 the result of two races ELECTED FATHER ENGLEUT Last week the Chapter of the Franciscan Fathers was held at Mount Airy Convent at Cincinnati BaptistwhenEnglert O F 10 guardian of the Franciscan monastery at Jackson and Green streets this city was elected Castes succeeding the late Rev Bernard Nurre HELPS FOR TIlE HOME To remove scorch hang in sunshine while damp To remove meat juice wash in cold water then use soap To remove milk or cream wash while fresh iu cold water To remove wine stains put thick layer of salt on stain and pour boil hug water on it To remove tea or coffee stulna spread staIned portion over a bowl and pour boiling water on it To remove bloodstains soak in cold water until stain turns brown wash in warm water If garment can not be noshed apply wet raw starch let dry and brush off5 repeat u n n 1 d WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Loutsff DRINK Ho fbran and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 ZOLTIFJVILYLs KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley 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and TypewritingIlkeg Beheld SytttB as taught at this institution isa valuable acquisition to any person A stepping storm to success Secures the best employment Spencerian graduates are always in demand COMMERCIAL SCHOOLr- oVKCWKTOG lifetsErArctaTm rRfl MDlSVUtR IT a Mieeepe 0 u r w j 1 IRISH RIOAN w Store Closes Eveningsat ie530 oclock l pm AH i i at I ii Igood kind you need and want in warm Reports Prom National Convention Next Thursday Night The regular monthly meeting of the local Federation of Catholic So cletles will be held at the Catholic Womans Club Walnut street between Third and Fourth next Thursday evening at 8 oclock It is expected that all the Delegates will be present and President Rogers asks them to bring as many of their friends with them as they desire The delegates and members who attended the recent national convention at Indianapolis will be present and will give a full and no doubt in tercsting report of the proceedings Thursday night the lady delegate are to have chargo of the social and literary exercises these to be supple mented by an address by Edward Niehaus editor of the Glaubcnsbote From the foregoing It will be seen that an interesting and instructive meeting may be looked for Secretary Garvey has sent special notice to each delegate hoping that every society will be fully represented Has Been Chosen as New Rector of St Boniface Church Announcement has been made bj the Franciscan authorities at Cincinnati of the appointment of the hew Father Richard Wurth 0 F M of Lafayette Ind to succeed the late Rev Father Paul Alt as rector of St Boniface Catholic church here Father Wurth has been in charge ol the pastorate of St Lawrences church at Lafayette for ten years Father Wurth who is one of the best known German Catholic divines in this section is expected to assume Ihe rectorship nt an early date It is also stated that one and per haps two new assistant priests will be added to St Boniface monastery Father EuSebius who has made many friends since coming to Louisville it is said will return to Chatham Ont TIm BEST DILL YET Sig Natlellos Italian band will succeed Prof Ralph Riccis organiza tion at the White City next week and there will also be almost a complete change in the bill of free vaudeville This innovation has succeeded in bringing out Immense crowds to the White City every day for the last few weeks and the management de sires that tho bill for the coming week should be better than any yet presented Spellmans performing bears Ryders troupe of trained mon keys and a bevy of performing cocka toos are among the new features The three Ernests will be seen in a daring gymnastic performance and Miss Marie Rolfson the woman with Uthe mysterious power will be seen again as will Meda the largest girl in the world ANNUAL OUTING The annual outing of the Louis ville Council Knights of Columbus will take place at Fern Grove on August 22 and the entertainment committee is now perfecting arrangements for its success The Chairmen of the different committees are Thos Walsh transportation Jos M Zah ner athletics Jos F Hubbuch music Leo W Goss refreshments P H Callahan executive ONE STORE NOW The floral business of 0 B Thomp son heretofore conducted on West Jefferson street has been moved to 632 Fourth avenue a larger and more desirable location Customers are invited to call at the new store and are assured the same cordial and generous treatment as heretofore The Thorapsojas have one of the finest flower houses in Louisville and give the greatest care to all or ders LARGE CROWD GOING Jtidged by the number of tickets already engaged a large crowd of members and friends of the Young Mens Institute ivlll accompany the Louisville delegates of the Grand Council Owensboro nn Sunday August 11 The Joint a 0 Committee hall arranged with the Louisville Henderson for a specie train that will leave the Tenthstreet depot at 8 oclock the fare for tbe round trip being 150 Arrangement have been made for the extension of tickets for those who will not return Sunday night DEATHS The funeral of Kate Cannon who died last Saturday took place Mon day morning from St Cecilia church She was twentyfive year old and resided with her mother at 2123 Griffiths avenue Few deaths caused more sorrow In St Boniface parish than that of Mn Katie Williams beloved wife of Charles Williams whose funeral tool place Sunday afternoon For some time she had been ill but bore her suffering patiently until the end Monday morning the funeral of Fred G Ruoff tho son of Frederick and Barbara RuofJ 1613 West Market street took place from St Patricks church Ills Beat is deeply deplored by a wide circle of friends and relatives and for tle bereaved father and mother there is the most sincere sympathy George Kronauer a well know ember of St Martinis congrega tion died Saturday evening at his home Cooper and Fern streets afte a short illness Ills funeral took place Monday morning the interment being in St Louis cemetery Funeral services over the remain of Mrs rattle Mulligan were held at St Charles church She was sixty four years old and death results from her advanced age Mrs Mili gan was well known throughout the State Widespread regret was caused by the news that James J Farrell hat died Tuesday night at St Joseph Infirmary following a surgical operation taken as a last resort TO save his life He was widely known in business circles being for man years engaged in the wholesale whisky business with his father Farrell Curran 212 First street Deceased resided with his wife and two children at 1810 Twentyeighth street where hundreds of friends called to express sympathy for the bereaved family The funeral took place from St Charles church yester day Rev Father Raffo conducting the solemn servicesI SACRED HEART CHURCH Last Sunday morning at the Sacred leart church the Rev Patrick Walsh read the annual financial report which was most gratifying to the parishioners Notwithstanding the repairs made to the church the Installation of new and costly heating apparatus and the erection of the splendid addition to the school there emains a debt of only a little over 6000 which will be entirely paid within the next three years Father Valsh is justly proud of the school and expressed his appreciation of the upport given him by the congregation RYAN HELPS FUND Thomas F Ryan the New York multimillionaire whose voting and legal residenco is in Virginia has subscribed 10000 to the fund for the monument to the Confederate lead to be erected in the Arlington national cemetery The monument vhich will be built In the center of the plot set asldo by Congress for the burial of tho Confederate soldiers who died during the civil war will lost 50000 NICE BIRTHDAY GOO Will S Hanrahan a popular clerk with the Southern Railway Company last week attained his majority and in token thereof received from his mrents a costly gold watch which he is wearing with a great deal of pride Mr and Mrs Hanrahan have pursued this policy with all their sons and are going to do likewise for three charming daughters EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS The Eucharlstio Congress will be hetd at Metz on Tuesday August 6- and will be a n6toworthy tovent Several Cardinals and more than twenty ishops will be in attendance By nanimous vote the Municipal Council of Metz decided to take part Into official receptionVto the Cardinall egate Megr Yann telll who will epresent the Pope at the eongrreus p a 0000 StoreCloses Saturdaysat 10 oclock pm Odds and Ends Samples Stocks and Remnants BROUGHT TO LIGHT I BY INVENTORY II On Sale Commencing MondayII Quick Clearance Prices papersi papersigoodsthe weatherI FEDERATION FATHER WURTH RECENT cighteenyearol uI CLERKS JOLLIFY Postoffice Employes Hold Meeting and Receive President Sunday was a red letter day for the clerks of the local Postoffice the occasion being a visit from National President Goltra of Chicago and the election of delegates to the national convention which meets I1 in Indianapolis on Labor day The contest for delegates was spirited and finally resulted In the selection ot John W Adams President of loco body and Chas R Widener of the mailing division President Goltra captured the meeting by his straightforward talk along the lines of trade unions and the need of all toilers uniting with same The new law classifying the clerks and carriers was discusser and while It is a step forward it hi yet felt that there is other needed legislation most Important of whir is the eighthour law as the postof flee clerk frequently has to work from nine to eleven hours per day during the fall and winter season for which ho receives no extra compensation and in addition to this must put in from one to three hours per day at home studying his scheme of distribution BADLY SPLIT SIrThomas Bsmonde Desert Redmond and Irish Party According to a special dispatch from Dublin there is a serious split in the Irish Nationalist party A tight is being made on John Red mends leadership by the radical new party of the Sinn iVJners Although Richard Croker declares he never vlll reenter politics or become co naturalized Briton enthusiastic SInn Seiners hope to induce him to take- part in the new political Irish move nent Initiated by the Sinn Fciners which in Irish means For ourselves clone The Sinn Felners declare they need brokers wide knowledge of practical politics and ability to lead them Sir Thomas Esmonde is one of the most prominent Nationalists to desert Redmond and join the Sinn Fein novement He is the chief whipof the Nationalist party Esmonde said Saturday Ireland is a sovereign na ion and ought to stop begging foreign legislatures for the restoration of stolen liberties FIREWORKS Fontaine Ferry Park will close mother successful week tonight with a big free fireworks display For next week there will be a number of new and old popular attrac lone to divide the attention of vis- Itors and foremost among them will be the new vaudeville bill to be presented at Hopkins Pavilion While only two of the half a dozen acts looked have been seen here before advance reports on the others warrant the prediction that the entire collection will be a winner Miss Emma Partridge the popular soloist has been engaged for another week and will appear with Cooks band Next Saturday will be given over to the young folks who will come in troops An egg hunt and other popular features to be announced later are being planned for the day NOTABLE DOMINICAN VISITOR The Dominican Fathers of this country ore preparing to entertain a isiinguished visitor In the person of Very Rev Father Desquerour Procurator General of the order He comM on a visit of inspection to all the houses in America and will be companied by Rev Father Horn 0 P a member of the Biblical Commis ilon who has resided in Rome for any years Thoi visit of inspection ras tq have been made by the Maw ter General Father Cormiere but wing to advanced age he deputized bis procurator to represent him HUNDREDS IN PICTURE The picture taken of the Vincontfans att St Anthonys church by the rybranta Is now on exhibition at their gallery 578 Fourth avenue where members can secure copies In the group are nearly 700 men and the picture will be attractive in- any home c oII n NN NhlWNNMOOON00 JAMES GREENE 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture Carpets Rugs i Stoves Ranges LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS Homes Furnished Complete Now 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 that it is to advantage to purchase here We would invite your special attention toour 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 to furnish your home we can safely say a larger finer or more varied 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 Z the most substantial manner finish and design perfect t OONO N + 9 + + + FINE JEWELRY r We are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of Handsome Silverware IIIETIJINPIrr THE JEWELER 530 West Market Street t oox ox + rOOfly reason of being out of the high rent district we are able to SAVE YOU A DOLLAR on each pair of shoes you buy X 400 Values for 300 Ii 350 Values for 250 Haager Shoe Store i 307 WEST JEFFERSON J OYrp QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has a been universally acknowledged 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 The new 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