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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r ILw Lr r 1Tii I uw- r p I AMERICAN VOLUME XIXNO 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS GRAND COUNCIL Young lIens Institute tVH Benefit From Owonsboro- Mooting High Honor For Rev Goorc Connor and Hon LaVega Clements Kentucky Irish American In dorscd and Made the Offi cial Organ SYNOPSIS OP THE PROCEEDINGS The tenth Grnd Council of the Young Mens Institute which convened In Owcnsborolast Sunday and adjourned Tuesday evening will go down In history as the most har monious and fruitful In the history of the Kentucky jurisdiction The J motto of the order For God For I Country was constantly before the I delegates and that spirit prevailed I throughout and all were Imbued to legislate and vote only for the advancement of tha grand and subor dlnate councils There was a notable absence of politics and faction with results that were most gratifying IemembersIe by Dorn Arnold and Graf and about 300 strong proceeded to the hall of I Sarto Council where President S Turner presided and hearty ad J dresses of welcome were delivered by Mayor William OBryan and lion LaVega Clements They compliment ed President Martin and the Y M I and to them the people of Owens boro had thrown open wide their doors and homes Prayers were of fered for James J Fitzgerald and then response for the visitors was made by David OConnell of Louisville the rest of the session being given over to congratulations and the delegates becoming acquainted Present and representing the Supreme Council were Vice President John J Sullivan Director James T I Shelley Deputy President T J GarI vey Secretary Slinger and William M Fogarty Monday morning the formal pro ceedings began with the solemn high mass at St Pauls celebrated by the A Rev George Connor with Fathers Meyerlng and Fitzgerald as deacon I and subdeacon The altars were beautiful and blazed with lights and the splendid choir rendered a select cd musical programme In a short sermon In which he welcomed and gave his blessing Father Fitzgeralo urged the Young Mens Institute to aim at more than simple dutyand when the members truly work for God they must work for and love country He urged the young men to listen to the voice of Holy Mother Church and then their lives would bo all they desired and all that God would want of them Let the pro ceedings of the convention be such that the world may scrutinize as the emanations from Catholic brain and the example of their noble and religious life will make missionaries and others will follow Immediately following the conven tion was called to order and opened with prayer in Sarto Council Hall by Vice President J Arthur Smith and sincere regret was expressed when it became known that illness in his family would prevent President A F Martini from attending James B Kelly William M Higgins and Owen Canty were appointed a committee on credentials and after a short rell cess they reported no contests and I V all delegates present entitled to seats parry Council of Lexington being the only one not represented I Charles Barbour was appointed a First Vice President and Mr Philpot was named for Sentinel The follow ing committees were then named Resolutions William A Perry Charles S Raidy and James B Kelly LawW A Perry of Louisville August Graf of Owensboro Dr M Casey Carrollton State of InstituteE P Wulf Louisville J N Cusick Memphis B M Bowling New Haven John FarrelllLoulsvllle John D Kearney Newport Johnson Hill Lebanon I Press William M Higgins Fred I Arnold Edward J Murray John KearneyNext reports of the Grand officers President Martin spoke in complimentary terms of Mackin Sarto Chickasaw Montgomery and t Phil Sheridan saying the Memphis body showed the greatest percentage of gain He favored the separation of the offices of Secretary and Treas urer and pledged the orders loyalty and support far the Church and Holy M Father The report was well receivedl and when reported on later nearly allI L the Presidents suggestions were con curred In- Grand Chaplain William Ryan ofr Winchester sent words of greeting and advice saying things had moved along serenely and concluded with a warning to Catholic youngmen 1o be on their guard against Bbcial ism and Its hidden evils Chairman Frank Adams of the Board of Grand Directors said the past year was uneventful but said the board had faithfully carried out the instructions pf the last GrandJ Council They recommended more energatfeorganiaation work and the r appointment of the Secretary and TrcMnrer s org nlzers Am adjourn a- U ment was here taken till Tuesday morningTuesday morning every delegate I P when Chairman Smith Ily flltrojducedR tucky Irish American and making the official organ which were adopt ed by unanimous vote They appearf elsewhere and should bo read this junoture Mayor OBryan entered and was greeted with much applause in The first report was the resolutlbns on the death of James J Fitzgerald and or tldcreddChaIrmanmilted the report of the Law Com mitcc which recommended no Im portant changes the most important relating to suspension Upon the suggestion of Frank Ad ams and Charles S Raidy greetings were sent Barry Council and the Incoming officers instructed to arrange for a visit to that body as soon as possibleEdward P Wulf reported the recommendations of the Committee on Institute which were concurred ine tad the offices of Secretary and Treasurer will hereafter be separate The special committe on organiza Ion of which Charles S Raidy was Chairman submitted reports provid ng for future wont that were ap proved After a short address urging frequent visits to councils by Grand officers a recess was taken for din irUpon reassembling a letter was read from Rev I N Ahmann of Cov ngton regretting his inability to at tend but expressing interest In the- Y M I Another communication was eceired from Rev E J OConnell of the California jurisdiction returning bout 80 per cent of the money donated for the San Francisco suffer TS Past Supreme President William and Supremo Secretary C L Slinger of Indianapolis and i fayor William OBryan were escorted toseots beside President Smith and each spoke a few words They referred to the work of the- Y to h In the Catholic Federation and the progress now being made All were enthused when It was toted that Kentucky was In the best standing and led the other jurisdictions Resolutions thanking the lergy Sarto Council and members layer OBryan the Ladles Auxiliary and the people of Owensboro for heir hospitality and many courtesies were adopted and after Ben Sand and the Finance Committee reported the books well kept and a nice surplus in the treasury the only business was the election of officers which resulted as follows Grand ChaplainRev George Connor Owensboro PresidentHon LaVega Clements hvensboro First Vice PresidentEdward P Julf Louisville Second Vice PresidentsJoseph L 4SecretaryOwenTreasurerJohn D Kearney New porLeMarshal John Daly Bellevue Grand Directors J Arthur Smith icbanon Edmund C Dawson New Taven John Nunan Winchester The oldover members are Chairman rank Adams of this city and George ittwo of MemphishThe installation completed the business and with three ringing cheers for Owensboro the best con cntlon held for many years was de lared adjourned t GOOD MAN GONE I ames J Fitzgerald Goes S to His Heavenly Reward In the death of James J Fitz erald which occurred Saturday Jmorningoff one of Its foremost lawyers and 1- la good citizen and the church loses I i true and devoted child while his amlly and friends have parted with one who can never be replaced While nI the West some years ago his icalth failed and from this and injuries later sustained in a railroad accident while returning from the national convention of the Knights of Columbus at Los Ang les dread rights disease resulted and caused his death Mr Fitzgerald was a na tire of Connecticut hit came to this rlty while quite youug and studied 1 law and it was not long after his 1 graduation until he stood in the front rank of his profession He wasjj mpplly married and besides his wife and children two sisters and two colliers survive to mourn his taking I off James J Fitzgerald was prominent In all matters that pertained to ther advancement of Louisville and was the principal speaker on numerous I public occasions In him our leadjj ng fraternal and benevolent so deties especially the Ancient Order of Hibernians the Ladies Auxiliary Ioung Mens Institute and the Elks a warm friend and wise coun Ibad and all of them were proud too hint honor He was one of the founders of Louisville Council of the nights of Columbus of which he was past Grand Knight and at theme of his death was Kentuckys State Deputy In Catholic circles he was perhaps best known as the friend of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd and his great heart lout of compassion to thorn wentII they were being persecutedI his zeal and ability the defeat of their enemies was in large measure I due While th news of his death jwas not unexpected It caused a feel ing of gloom throughout the entire I city The funeral Monday morning was 1ominicanllurchof Columbus St Vincent de Paul So ciety Elks and other societies being represented by many ot their teem 1 3 celeIbratedand then the remains were tender horned to the grave in St Louis cemetary by Messrs R W Brown A Watson W Allen Kinney Joseph Kirwan P H Callahan Judge James P Gregory C A Curtin and John P Hanley the latter of Frank fortNearly all the city and county officials and former city officers were attendance at the house or at the church and a number of noted personages came long distances to pay last tribute of respect to their friend WANT INITIATION Division 4 Requests County Board To Grant Thcm An Early Date Division 4 A O H held their first meeting in Odd Fellows Hall Monday evening with a good attendance present President Joseph P McGinn presided and John H Hennessy filled the Vice Presidents chair in the absence of Vice President S J Mc Zlliott Messrs Sam Joyce and Thomas Cavanaugh were elected to nembership and the application of lichard Fallon was received Prayers for the repose of the soul of R E Sullivan the former faithful Flnan best AN NNN were by B from to M were I of of our us to en such in to field of of are Irish has true of in news to in of our we have organ to made our it That of do in Irish as our our it the of State in of N NO lol Secretary of Division 4 Were offered those present and of the loss the had sustained death John H Hennessy John J andI William Connelly were draft resolutions on death and to also have masses his soul at the shurck It decided to request the County to an initiation for Division 4 in the near as there awaiting W T Meehan of Division 2 was present and the attend the picnic given lt at Phoenix 11111 Park on 11 The invitation was accepted W J was chosen to the position of financial Secretary the members being to have him accept it Those present were to In the collection of for the picnic tickets a great many not hav ng been heard up to time Returns can made to John J John H or Will INTO CAMP no river trip of the sea Ron has excited as much interest as that of C Uniform Rank- C K of A takes place at Grove on Thursday August 29 and be the occasion of their first The Knights have chartered the excursion boats and expect that will spend the day with them has a of and ac in all parts of the city who have their intention of Knights on this excursion which they propose to make the one of the season The officers in charge have been de all their energies to make the programme at Fern Grove interest all who go n really The residents about Twenty fth and Market were indignant they learned that the raided Barney Flynns place and were and disgusted l the caso was tried The rclding cers proved nothing against thoso there and could not Justify their which was without orders This affair seemed farcical and only Judge Blain who dismissed all That there is not a more orderly or saloon In the city than tho by the peo ple In that stand ready to testify 8VAB1TA DEAD Domenico Svampa Arch bishop ot Bologna Is dead He was born in Italy In and oat created a Cardinal in 1804 I QWENSBORO 1 Great Gathering Re ceives CordlalVelcome 11 1 People of Pennyrile Open to Y M I Delegates and Happy Addresses by Father Fitzgerald Mayor OBrien and Others BALL lORDlY BANQUET t The Grand Council and of the Y M I invaded dwcnsboro last Sunday and while they remained there found every door open to them Through the of Messrs C T Dorn Fred W Arnold Aug Graf C H Barour and Albert Oberst assisted by the members of Sarto the Ladles Auxiliary and the good peo rlgMjland expressing characteristics 9000NO1NNNiNNNNN NNNONN N INDORSE THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN following resolutions introduced band delegate Council Convention Owensboro week unanimously t MensiInstitute Kentucky Jurisdiction i Experience having demonstrated necessity champion principles J underlie grand order necessarily devolves upon I couragement toward continuation publications manifested interest and still usefulness advancement and upbuilding Young Mens Institute following resolutions hereby offered s Whereas Kentucky American champion and warm supporter Young Mens Institute publishing interest andconcern our members generaland Whereas The best interests order demand that an official stands ready allunjust andunfair attacks against religious teachings therefore be Resolved delegates Grand Council Young Mens Institute Kentucky Jurisdiction convention assembled hereby dorse Kentucky American officialorgan and pledge moral support and recommend to enterprising institutions and Catholics general deserving support and encouragement NNNNNNN NOOON NONNN INPNiNNiNN1 NNNNNN by spoke feelingly division by his Barry appointed- to appropriate offered for Dominican was several candidates invited members- to by hs September Connelly unanimously fill delighted urged Hennessy Connell GOING Probably Company encampment thousands Company following friends juaintances signified iccompanyingthe banner rating ingone that enjoyable day- SO3IEWIIAT FARCICAL respectable streets police when offi j act promptly respectable conducted Flynn section CARDINAL Cardinal ll- r Catholic From Citizens Doors Visitors TUESDAY friends efforts Council toward pie of the there a display of hospitality and cheer never surpassed anywhere in Kentucky From Louisville seven coaches crowded with happy people accompanied the local only regret was that President Al bert F Martin was not among the number The train was met at Hawesville by the reception commit tee and upon at Owensboro a line was formed anu several hun dred young men marched to Sarto Council club they were by Mayor William and Hon Clements the visit ing being taken in charge by the Young Ladles Auxiliary After the speeches refreshments and cigars were and then an inspec tion of the splendid club house took place It was equipped with fine library lounging billiard and smoking rooms and a nice roof garden- In the afternoon all visitors were provided with tickets for the double header ball game of the Owensboro League in which Sarto Council has a team that will win the pennant and to the Seven Hills Chautauqua sacred concert at night both of were largely attended and greatly After the adjournment on the time was spent by those not on in visits to the Chautauqua and points of Interest One delegation spent some time at the Davless County Distillery the Messrs Medley explained all the details in tho manu facture of Iho product that has brought worldwide fame to Ken tucky Tho proved exceed ingly interesting and It was the con of that no harm resul from the use of Kentucky ClubAt night there was a complimentary reception and ball at the ttudd attended by the youth and beauty of the city and from the Mayor down did their utmost for tho entertainment and enjoyment of the guests Quite a number of visit Ing graced the occasion with their presence the number being Mrs B Kelly and the Misses Schuhmann and Fashauer of this city Attar the adjournment Tuesday the Grand Council visited Mayor and then paid their respects to President McCullough at the offices Of the Green River Distillery Com puny where they were received most cordially and spent a very pleasant hour all bringing away with them a nice souvenir With Mayor this visitors next proceeded to the another hour was spent In Inspecting perhaps the fin est club of the kind In the South Here refreshments were dis pensed with a lavish hand All then proceeded to the House and were photographed- The banquet at the Rudd House was the agreeable surprise tho con yention and reflected the greatest credit upon both Council and the management At 930 46- 0gpeata5 down to th with HemLaVep CtsaRtiu presidingas j rM Conndr Meyerlng and Herberth William Fogarty Charles A Slinger T Shelley Adams Ben Sand Prof J D Kelly Thomas J Garvey and John D Kearney who responded to tho After justice had been done the excellent menu and the cigars had been lighted Toastmaster Clements arose and for two hours there was a flow of wit and thought that was almost sub lime Tho toastmaster was happy and original in his introductions which he preceded by his appre- cIation of the high conferred upon him the Grand Council which always did surprising things To be elected President of the Kentucky jurisdiction was an honor of any man might wall fcel proud and was greater than any he over expected He his efforts to make a true and faithful officer and further the upbuilding of tho Y M I and then presented Past Supreme Fogarty to the flower of the Catholic manhood of Kentucky and Tennessee Mr ogarty received an ovation us he arose His subject was the young men before was a broad field that they should cultivate The doors of Kentucky were open to the Young Mens Institute and he predicted that and elsewhere every parish yet have its council He next pointed out the of the young men for whom there was a bright The order was flour a1NN0l The J Mackin the Y I at this and adopted the a the that it give every of as have at all times our behalf widen the the The proven itself a the of that resist we the to the Tenth the in the as 01111 our i NN O several J Board have future arc rislon assist money from this be Barry which Fern will C large assures when vexed found whole annoyed Involved one 1861 AND city was good delegation whoso arriving rooms where greeted OBryan LaVega ladles enjoyed found perfectly reading which enjoyed Monday committees large where process sensus opinion would House all ladles among James OBryan OBryan Elks Home where house Court yard of Sarto about banquet James Frank toasts honor by Grand which pledged President whom here would future the the the ishlng everywhere he said but Its future depends upon the Catholic school of today which the Y M I must foster and support Long continued and almost deafen ing applause greeted the newly selected Grand Chaplain Rev George Connor who had for his subject Tho Balance Father Connor was grati fied over the harmony that prevailed at the convention and in the jurisdic tion and told his hearers they should ever strive o be the balance that wouldcause right and justice to reign over all The building of character was important and was ihe source for greater and grander deeds Those true to the mothers love and teach ings ho said were assured eternal happinessJohn Kearney of Covington who took the place of Grand Presi dent Martin dwelt upon the conduct sf the meetings and the confidence and spirit they infuse IIe hoped for the assistance of the clergy in mak ing the Y M h one of the most beneficial Catholic societies in the country where the boy just starting to face the world would receive that knowledge and training that would safeguard him through life He con gratulated Owensboro and the Grand Council because both had profited by the convention Ben Sand told of the friendly rival ries that helped build Mackin Coun cil now the largest in tho country and explained how all could increase their membershrlp He was pleased with the convention and closed with a poem appropriate to the time and occasion Prof J D Kelly of the Owensboro Inquirer delivered a telling address on Catholic poetry and though seri ous he frequently convulsed his hear ers with his witticisms Rev Father Fitzgerald was vocifer ously applauded when he declared tho priests want their young men or oranized and dwelt upon the mis fortune of the young boy who has the promise of something great wan dering away It was a consolation that the Y M I was facing the world firmly and grandly They should always have the solemn ceremonies of the church and never forget the departed brother He gatfs muchother advice and was frequently applauded PAULIST FATHERS RECORD Fow movements In this country have produced more beneficial effects than the missionary work begun by the Paullst Fathers From the Mis sionary It is learned that since the inception of the movement there have been given 1008 missions to Catho lies with 145675 confessions and 1468 missions to nonCatholics with 6275 converts actually received by the missionaries and over 60000 left under Instruction IHACKINS MEETING Mackin Council met Tuesday even- Ing John Kinney presiding la tHe absence of President Sand whoiwafl attendings the Grand Counollv 4ohn tJ on rj a Curran was elected Marshall succeeding Ben Humphreys The coup received 150 of the money it had sent the San Francisco earthquake sufferers that much of tho donations made remaining unexpended Treasurer Dan Weber announced that 1200 had been placed on Interest and that a nice sum remained in tbo treasury All members were Invited to accompany the degree team when it visits New Albany to exemplify tho degrees for the Indiana Grand Council The delegates to Owensboro will report the proceedings next Tuesday night when a large attendance IIs looked for CARDINAL GIBBONS Moral Suasion Not as Effect Ive as Iron Bars and Prison Cardinal Gibbons who was this week resting at Southampton L I1 has expressed himself as follows regarding the punishment meted out by the Federal Court in Chicago fto the Standard Oil Company The fine of 29240000 Imposed upon the Standard 011 Company for violations of the law is indeed a larg sum of money but I am not prepared to state whether or not it was excessive If however it is inadequat In compelling a compliance with the aw the Incarceration of the gulltyi ifficers with its attendant disgrace would prove a more effective remedy Moral suasion alone will never accomplish the needed reformation iIn this direction Many fine sermon night be preached to these men but hey would continue to accumulate allllons by the same methods which are now being exposed The disgrace of imprisonment would provo a certain remedy according to my understanding of its effect upon this lassConcerning the crime situation Ir New York the Cardinal made this comment As a remedy of the Grim vavo now sweeping jthrough New York City I would suggest that penalties bo imposed that will be common urate with the crime Tho principal preventative to such sentences beIng Imposed and carried out lies in thi act that able and influential lawyers lend themselves to the defense of the criminals and the crime am hrough astuteness secure In a majority of the cases either acqultta I or a nominal fine I Also in a sermon to the wealthy I esldents of the Southampton colon I I who gathered in the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Mary In ho morning service to hear bin preach the prelate emphasized the following statement which had a narked effect upon the I care not how richcongregationII be He may have all o a Vanderbllt or of a Rockefeller but he is poor indeed if ho has no ono I to take him by the hand and call him rend PROGRAMME Arranacd For Indiana Grand Council at New Albany The Indiana Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute will find extensive preparations made for them when they meet in New Albany on ronday August 26 For months Unity Council has been making prep ations and a splendid programme has been arranged Headquarters have been established at the Hotel shland and delegates will arrive Sunday Monday afternoon the meeting of- the Board of Grand Directors will be eld at the club house and that night the delegates and visitors will be taken for a trip down the river on the steamer Hiawatha Tuesday morning the Grand Coun ellt will assemble at the club house ancI escorted by members of Unity proceed to StJ Marys church where damn high mass will be celebrated by the Grand Chaplain Rev George orries After the mass the conven tlon will be opened at St Jdsephs lIall where the business sessions will bes held The opening address wills delivered by Charles F Pfeffer rand Treasurer of New Albany and Mayor Jacob Best and President James OHnrn of Unity Council will I elcome the delegates The response will be made by Grand President Robert M Reilly of Indianapolis I There will be an afternoon session amI at night a grand initiation and xempllfication of the ritual by the egree team of Mackin Council this city Wednesday there will be two ses sons to be followed at night by a stag social in honor of the Grani Council which all members of the order are Invited to attend The electron and installation of officers will be the last business of the con ntionSECURE ANOTHER SCHOOL The Dominican Sisters whose other house is at Springfield this State have been selected to teach nnd will have charge of the new school attached to St John Berch mans church in Chicago This great teaching order now extends over almost the entire country IJIUERIOK GIRLS PRETTIEST If asked Where are the prettiest girls in the world T says a correspondent of the Liverpool Dally Post I would immediately reply In Llmer ick Ireland There is a freshness of- face lustrousnees of eyes healthful ne of color and complexion about the Limerick girls that carry oft the sweepstakes trophy The Limerick fate is the perfection of femaleI bMutya human oaramlo without aL millhn J REUNION 1 ti Catholic Knights and Uniform Rank at tho White City ti Monday Faithful Representation of the Famous Olio rnmmorgau Passion Play rtf Elaborate Preparations Made and All Catholic Societies Invited RECORD BREAKING CROWD EXPECTED Mid a bewildering maze of fanciful decorations and a brilliant constella tion of electric lights the annual rev union and celebration of tho Catholic Knights of America under the aus pices of the Central Committee and the Uniform Rank will be ushered in CityThe bytheand all will be transfixed with delight with the sights that will meetTtheir gaze Tho features of this cele entlre1ydifferent i during past years The Entertainment Committee of which William M Higgins is Chairman has been working diligently tho past two weeks and neither time nor ex pense have been spared to make this the greatest Catholic gathering over held in the Falls Cities and the Central Committee and Col John Whallen have left nothing undone that would conduce to the pleasure and enjoyment of everyone who will attend Every Catholic organizationx publicllaindicate that a record breaking crowd may be expected Perhaps the attraction that will most Interest the Catholics present will be the Passion Play that takes place every ton years and has made vorldIproduced upon a more elaborate t scale than ever before witnessed In Louisville and with the most faithful attention to detail This masterpiece follows the story of the life of Chm5 from his birth In Bethlehem to his crucifixion on Cavalry and has gained a reputation unrivaled in the history of the religious artistic and dramatic world Seen by Catholics and nonCatholics by Christians and Jews by religious men and by scoffers all agree that it is wonderful and well worth the trip and time spent to see It Then there will be the fire show the Johnstown flood the scenic rail war the chutes and canals of Venice skating rink and dancing pavilion tho third dogree and six other attractions where pleasant stops may be nadc and In addition will bo the band concert and free outdoor vaude rille show that posseses more than jrdlnary merit Stationed every ivhere will be Knights in uniform and epresentatlves of the Central Com nlttee who will devote their servksto the propagation of pleasure among their friends There will be two prizes the contestants being Miss Lena Hill repre lenting the West End and Miss Mar aret Landers representing the East End the first going to the one who ias the tar of friends lurchaslng tickets Each has a large following and their friends are working hard for the honor and the esult will excite much interest The Uniform Rank has been drilling In preparation for this reunion and the two companies under com mand of Capt Gus Kane and Capt Den Hund will present an appearance hat will stamp them worthy the con dente of the branches and set an sample for similar military organizations in their methods and ways of doing things Adjt Gen Kelchert ind Col McGinn will review both companies when they drill Next year the State convention of the Catholic Knights of America will- Ibe held in Louisville for the enter alnment of which the Central Com nltteo has taken the Initiatory steps and will use every endeavor to raise funds sufficient to meet that great expense without elthor assessment or call upon the branch treasuries Therefore it is to be hoped that their efforts will be appreciated by the 1800 members in the Falls Cities vho owe it to themselves to turnout Monday night The proceeds of this reunion will be placed In the invention entertainment fund and vlll provide a good time for oil next tear Chairman Hlgglns has selected ifessrs Charles J Demo John Kelly Thomas Feeley Henry Kruse John ichadla Jacob Gobey John Score Thomas Djgnan Capt Jack Murphy Jarney Coll Charles Hill Harry feerieman William Meehan Eugene McCarthy and the officers of the Uniform Rank to act nsa reception committee Others will be assigned places as soon as they react the grounds HSTRICT DENSELY POPULATED The District of Columbia has in greatest population a square mile o any section of this country The flj ure are slightly more than 3839 Ii Alaska there Is only one person to ing square miles Rhode Island is sound to Washington with 407 pr lU5 a square nile O a 1 Nr1YOIrIsIi Ai1 3RI0ii r v KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKM Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers i SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the LouUvllle Poitofllce al SecondClu natter Address iII Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qreei St TRADES UNIOMt COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY 1907s YOUNG MENS INSTITUTE r cThe Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute that met this week In annual convention at Owensboi is to be congratulated upon the outcome of Its labors Composed iof representative Catholic young men they legislated wisely and well and left an impression upon the people of that city and section that will be lasting The greatest harmony prevailed and the legislation enacted will be approved by every council IIn the jjurisdiction All utterances breathed the spirit of for God and country Great wisdom was shown in the selection of officers who are all able and experienced men and their administration gives assurance of a widespread and greater growth of the organization that has done 30 much for the Catholic young men of our day All were anxious to recognize the small councils and this was done as far as possible In the dls tribution of the officers The selection of the Kentucky Irish American which was Indorsed by former Grand Councils as the official organ was a just recognition of the services rendered the Y M I Now each council will have a duty to perform and if they send us their proceedings they will be properly cared forWe congratulate the Gran Council on Its work and ask for the new officers the assistance of the clergy and others in creating nelV councils and strengthening old ones for the boys who will find therein much that will tend to their Improvement and advantage Every council should at once double its effort and when President Clements finishes his official year have reports of which they will justly feel proud PARENTS AND CHILDREN When the new school year opens next month Catholic parents will not leave any excuse for not giving thelr Y Children a Christian education As rVtepj Ret Father Deppen says tllU Louisville diocese Is well supplied with Catholic schools academies and colleges In the city of Louisville Well graded parochial schools are at tacked to each of its thirtyeight urban and suburban parish churches Throughout the diocese there are be aides parochial and elementary Cath olic schools many fine academic and colleges that do honor to Churoh State and the cause of educe lion They are second to none II in the United States theyare older than the vast majority of American educational Institutions they an conducted by accomplished God fearing religious and secular edu cators The child brought up to re ligiously love and fear God is the om that gives parents least trouble and succeeds best when forced to enter lifes battle POPULAR CHORD In referring to the attempt of the ministers to say how and how not Kentucky and the city of Louisville especially shall be governed Hon Henry Watterson certainly struck a popular chord in his speech at the opening of the Bluegrass Fair at Lexington from which is extracted thefollowingHolding ministry in reverence as spiritual advisors rejecting them as emissaries of temporal power I do not intend if I can help it to be compelled to accept a rule of modern clericalism which if it could have its bent and sway would revive for us the clergyridden systems of the Middle Ages I dp not care to live in a world that is too good to be genial too ascetic to be honest too proscriptive to be happy I do not believe that men can be legislated into nngels even rednosed angels The blue laws of New England dead letters for the most part did more harm to the people whilst they lasted than all other agencies unit eJ I would leave them in the cold torape to which the execration of omeand the neglect of all con igried them long ago not embalm hfem and import them to Kentucky p poison the meat and drink and character of the people The above remarks of Mr Watter ton eorUinly apply to the condition if affairs In this city of late For very move or act of our city and Ipunty officials the anSwer Is be kufe the ministers wanted itprh- andsueh an appointment was Ida because he was a deacon in Drn church or was the rpf Kav Pr SpandSo Now in the use of comnwra justice where does J 14 great common people come inI e people who YtI1erJ right 61 Lea and by their rlgl4a as texpay are entitled to some considers n L l tin It is high time that a ticket should be put in the field whose platform would be government for the people and not a small coter of ministers SHAM REFORM Some of our local Puritanic re formars are now endeavoring to have the generall Council prohibit baseball on Sunday in spite of the known fact that our great army of working people have that one day of the week to witness the greatest of all American games On every available Ilot and park on Sundays are throng thousands of our people cheering to the echo this healthful and innocent game If any member of our local Council would be foolish enough Ito introduce this measure of sham re form the people should rise en masse at the coming election and make an example of him- SOUTHERN LABOR PROBLEM Gov Patterson of Tennessee l13S issued a call for a meeting and conference of all textile manufacturing interests and the representatives of all labor organizations and others fIn- terested in the question of child and female labor in shops and factory in what ore known as the cotton States to be held in Nashville next October The Governor says The importance of this meeting 1Is selfevident In the uplift and evolution of civilized nations the care antI protection of women and chitin are questions that haVe become paramount The ablest statesmen pul Heists philanthropists and thinkin people generally are addressing themselves assiduously to an adjustment of these matters and I urge upon all textile interests and cap dally upon all labor organizations tto choose and send delegates of con servalism probity ability and dill cretion who will meet and give serious thought to the questions mentioned and take such Action as may commend itself to their good judgment Upon the proper solution of the labor problem the future development and proseprlty of tWo South largely depends The entire South but the Cotton States especially needs more labor but the working lasses will not come until bettir conditions prcvnll The proposed conference has a great work before it mil it is to be hoped that its actloi vill be just to all interests involved That would mean our material advancement and a big increase in population PARTY SPIRIT The assertion of party organs and orators that our government is one- of party that therefore every citizen tight to be a partisan and the more ompletely partisan the better is a great mistake The very reverse ol this proposition Is the truth The more effective a man restrains Us arty spirit the better citizen is head the more wisely he serves the country No man ought to be a partisan in the sense In which the ssertions about party are generally made A party Is properly an agency it is a convenient form of association and action to obtain certain results but its transformation Into a continuing organization to be supported for its own sake which is the theory of ardent partisans is both ridiculous and dangerous It was this conviction which led Horace reeley to say that parties ought to- be reconstructed every few years and the will and power practically toi oppose tho tendency to magnify party are the conservative forces of popular government The strike of the telegraph operators has paralyzed many branches of business Some power should step in- and force a fair adjustment of the differences There is no doubt but- that mistakes have been made first oni the side of the companies and- theu of the men Each have rights but neither has the right to destroy trade and stop all kinds of com nierce ocialism as a concrete proposition and a factor in the recurring battle of the ballots retrograding in the- United States There is no Socialistic propaEBnda in any of the Southern 3tates with the exception of LoulsU na where it centers in New Orleans but fortunately floes not amount to much ayor Bingham will be a candidate for Mayor providing that a fair nary will be hem Does he think lhei Democrats would h ldanyo- therII tnd this paper to your iriettd rI 0 THERE ARE OTHERS Dont Imagine my boy if you throw up your job That the firm that employs you will fail That the whole office force in their anguish will sob And the Senior partner turn pale You are highly efficient and active and bright So you say Im unwilling to doubt you But the chance of all this is in credltablysJlght There are plenty of others without you Dont get mad with the girl and to make her feel bad Tall to go for your usual call Its the truth though I know it sounds awfully sad That she may never miss you at all Its mighty poor policy staying aWRY Though I grant that at times she may flout you But I know that Im fn n position to say- There are plenty of others without you Dont get soured on the world ani do anything rash Not to speak of the good of your soul If you jump in the lake you may make a small splash But youll neve leave much of n hole Dont expect folks to make such a terrible fuss When they think Very little about you And to use common language arent caring a cuss There are plenty of others without you SOCIETY i 8ess9 6 Bse s s 6 Miss Anna Keefe is inchnnw kslwithMiss Gertrude Simpson has returned from a visit to Miss Emma Elder at Lebanon 3 Mrs Frank Mattlngly has returned from Cloverport where she visited Mrs Joe Mattingly I Mrs Charles Busch and daughter Catherine and Miss Clara Kerstin are at Atlantic City Misses Ella Croghnn and EHzabet McSheehy left last week for Atlantic City and New York Dr Max M Eble left Wednesday for New York and Atlantic City to be gone until September Mrs J H McConnell of South Louisville left yesterday fort Big Clifty and Hardin Springs Miss Cornelia Sullivan and Mater Achilles Dubourg of Shelbyvill are visiting relatives here Mias Nellie Mae Cutler left yesterday for a visit to Mrs Charles Ove street of Greencastle Ind The Misses McLoughlin of the Highlands left Thursday ito spend several weeks at Bay View Thomas Claire and wife of 1705 Magazine street have gone to Chicago for a visit to relatives Alex Veeneman will leave today for a two weeks visit to Chicago Milwaukee and other points Miss Henrietta Callahan of tIle Vest End has concluded a visit to elatlves at Charlestown Ind John J Crotty leaves today to pend two weeks In New York 1In- quest of business and pleasure Joseph Danenhold and T W Han lon and wife were this week guests of the new hotel at White Mills Miss Katherine Fisher of the Wentt- End has been having 1 pleasant vii lit with friends at St Anthony Ind Henry Hunold has just returned from Jasper Ind where he was visiting old friends and acquaintances Mr and Mrs Louis H Hugelmeyer have just returned from a ten days vlslt to Sweet Sulphur Springs Ind Phil Arnold and wife of Grand Rapids have been spending a week here as the guests of their parents Mrs Edward J McDermott will spend a month at Atlantic City and turning will be joined by her husband Miss Mary Louise Murphy 1022 West Main street had her cousin M11Is Ida Heller or her guest this weCk Edward F Toomey who was U- 1with typhoid fever at Sts Mary and llzabetha Hospital is now able o- be outMisses Mary Sullivan and Frankie Hellne had a most enjoyable visit rwlth Miss Elizabeth Thomas at Anchorage Merlin Hogan the eldest son of Corporal Michael Hogan is now convalescing from a severe attack of- tYDhold fever Col James E Hackett and Henry Ca8lfn have returned from Nelson county where they enjoyed an out- log and fishing trip Misses Margaret Duffy MamIe Rielly and Nellie McHugh left for Nazareth to spend a week yRlalaB gee xzflflflfflfQ Henry Michael Fred Hlnkebtin and- JosMazzoni returned home this- week after spending their ten days- vacation at White Mills Cashier Will Rteceuver of the New Albany Trust and Deposit Company J and wife spent a few days this week wlthreluU88 in Chicago I I Joh Barry of Eat Market street I i lea88 today for pleasure trip to I rL O New York and Atlantic City and wlll not return until September William J Phelan of 1227 Seventh street has just returned from French Lick Springs where he was spending his annual vacation Mr and Mrs James W Connor entertained with a lawn party Wednesday evening at their residence 2709 West Chestnut street Mrs Martha Zoeller and daughter Miss Eva C Zoeller have gone to Philadelphia Atlantic City New York and other points in the East Squire John M Adams our popular CoUnty Assessor has just returned fr West Baden Springs where 1e spends his annual summer vacation Miss Bessie Donahue of St Louis arrived here this morning on a viand during her stay will be the guest of Miss Mary Ridge of East Broad wayMiss Stella McGrath who has been ill of malarial ever at her home In South Louisville has almost entire recovered and is again able to 1 be about Misses Gertrude and Loretta La- gan of South Louisville recdvel1 much social attention while tIhe guests of Mrs T OConnell at Eminence The Misses Schuhmrfnn of Beec mont were extensively entertain this week at Owensboro where they are the guests of Miss Cornelia Arnold Mrs if H Burke John J Sclmlten and wife Leo Schulten and Catherli Moellman are expected to return ito day from Lilly White Surphi Springs Thomas J Riley of Fourteenth and Main streets returned this week fpm West Baden Springs where he was recreating after a season of hard work Misses Margaret and Edna Emmett of Newport have returned hoirte after a pleasant visit here RS the guests of MRS Ella Flaherty of 2355 Rowan street Mrs John F Chester and daughters Mabel and Margaret left y terday for a visit to St Louis wMre they will be the guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Monlpke 5Hss Alma Fashauer 807 Seventh street is the guest of Mr and Mr Ferguson at Owensboro and is being extensively entertained She will r turn home next week Misses Maeme Rita and Nell Keaney and Bertha Rothwell of the Highlands will return next week from an extended Eastern trip Bnd visit to the larger cities Miss Lizzie Riley will leave Tuesday for an extended visit to relatives and friends In New York and Atlantic City She will also visit the Expos Lion before returning home Mr Nlc Pontrich the well know East Ormsby avenue florist sailed last Friday from New York for France for a two months visit with ills sister Mrs Louis Porrel William J Mlll rof the L N car accountants office has been setting em up to the boys this week a little boy arriving at his home being cause for the jollification Miss Florence C Quinlan spent two weeks visiting friends at Frankfor and while there was the recipient of ouch social attention several entta alnments being given in her honor I Mr and Mrs James McKenna am laughters of Fairfield returneeI home Tuesday after a weeks visit to Mrs McKennas father Mr Charle White of 1025 West Jefferson treet Misses Anna and Elizabeth Keefe accompanied by their cousin Mis lamie Broderick left Sunday fOl- iSt Louis to spend two weeks as the nests of Mr and Mrs Harry A Wellington Mrs Henry Horstman and two children arrived Thursday from pokane Wash and for severa weeks will be the welcome guests OL Mr and Mrs F Ben Horstman 922 ourth street Mal J Shaughnessy one of Limer- Icks prominent young married cit- Izens is exhibiting a beaming coun inance to his friends this week a Jlttle boy stranger having arrived at- his home on last Tuesday Miss Katie Hoffy for ten days the guest of Mrs Sallie Curley Fourth avenue left Thursday for her homo In Cincinnati During her short stay a number of delightful entertainments were given in honor of the- Ir visitor Among those from this city sojourning at Grayson Springs during the past week were Mr A W Mc Grath and Misses Louise Agnes faggle and Master Fred McGrath John Kelty and Misses otte Addled Carrie Kelty Miss Josephine Perry and Misses Katie May Lula Edna and Cornelia Murphy SOCIETYMrs L Musselman entertained Wednesday afternoon at her country home Shady Side at Jastlowood at score euchre The guests were entertained on the lawn- After the games supper was served The parlors hall and diningroom were decorated in cut flowers and potted ferns The following were present Mesdames Charles W Jones PJohn Hanlon George W Hoertz William Shelley Emma Mattingly Blanche Frank Shelly Kate D Newman Mayme 0 Franke Misses Catherine Musselman Blanche MattinglyElla Connaughton Nora- Lee Hamilton Sara OReilly Joseph- Ine Shelley Virginia Musselman James T Swift and Miss Lula lIBlllnan were united in marriage dnesday afternoon fit St Cecilias church Rev Father Murray perform Ingtheceremony j Frank Dderhoefer aeted as best man and Miss Helena lIallhiau suitor of the bride was f maid of honor The wedding was a quiet one on account of recent deaths and was attended by only immediate relatives ol the bride and groom The bride is widely known and has an extensive circle of friends Mr Swift is a popular traveling man and Is connected with the American Tobacco Company After the ceremony the couple left for a honeymoon trip and upon their return will be at home to their friends at the residence of the brides mother Mrs T Halllnon 2C20 Bonk street BELFAST Police and Troops Kept Out sidethe Disturbed Area The strike situation Is said to have improved inasmuch as steps are nov under way to arbitrate the differences between the laborers and their employers The experiment of keep- Ing both the police and the troops outside of the disturbed area of the city has been atttended with a great measure of success and Tuesday passed without any serious conflict between the strikers and the soldiers and the constables There has been much activity among the strikers but no actual outbreak of violence Large and excited crowds collected and assume threatening attitudes but confine their demonstrations to shouting At 1130 Tuesday the streets of Belfne were practically deserted Troops and police were withdrawn to their barracksApparently doubting the slncerlt of the authorities several large crowds spent some time in digging up and stackingyfmvlng stones to 1 be In readiness for the soldiers shoo they reappear INTO ETERNAL LIFE Widespread and profound syi pathy is extended Mr and Mrs Peter J Dowling In the loss of their daughter Miss Anna Isabelle Dowlinj whose funeral took place last Sunda morning from St Mary Magdalen church Rev Father Gausepohl celebrating the mass and speaking words of consolation to the sorrowing far lly Miss Dowling was a brlllian young woman of beautiful charactci and liter future was full of promise She was a graduate of the Girl High School and while pusuin higher studies at the State Colleg at Lexington her health broken dow from overwork For the past seven months she had been home with ller parents but not until a short time ago did they realize that she wn soon to pass away Although away that her end was drawing near she aver maintained the sunny disposI- tion and cheerful manner that mad her a general favorite as she grew to womanhood Hers was a beautiful Christian character and leaves ante imple of life which her young= girlfriends might emulate itrprofit tor themselves MERCHANTS INDIGNANT Some time ago Richmond vote irohibition closing the twelve saloons there with the usual resul ollowlng deficits and Increaser taxation Last week the Board of Councilmen voted a special license on business and professions in order to make up the deficit which was already about 5000 Strong petitions signed by nearly all the busI- ness men of the town protesting against the license were presented the board but without avail the voto being four to two The poin made was that already having to PaY a town and county tax and heav rents the additional license taxes would make it impossible to compote with country merchants whc have only one tax and very small rent to pay The majority of the business and professional men are very Indignant over the vote LONG TRIP EAST Frank Deuser the popular book Leper for the Wiedemann Brewing Company and Albert Kippes with the Starr Dry Goods Company deft Thursday for an extended Eastern trip They will visit Washington Atlantic City New York and Boston and will return via the Jamestown Exposition They propose to see everything of interest and will bring toi their friends a number of lurenirs CONDITION IMPROVED The many friends of Miss Laura Raffo who was stricken with typhoid tever while visiting New York City w1l1 welcome the news that her condition is improving Miss Raffos parents are at her bedside and will remain with her until she is able to- be removed to her home in this city OUTING NEXT THURSDAY Tho annual outing of the knights of Columbus will take place next Thursday at Fern Grove and the en rtainment committee are planning to show agoodtimeto the members aud theirfamilieawho attend The cofuful tee of arrangements are- Thomas Walsh P H Callahan Leo- GOBS and L F Zahner A match ball- gaDle between two teams composed of members will be one of the features DATE ANNOUNCED LATER The lawn fete and supper that wasI to have been given by the ladies of St Frances of Rome church onI Thursday August 15 but was posted on account of rain on that dBYJJ wU1 be given in the next couple weeks the exact date to be announced in the papersJJ JEFFEItSONVILLF I II- The ladles of St Augustines j church In Jeffersonvllle have arrang JJ- ed for a lawn fete in the big school yard adjoining the church on Mon I1 day August 26 There will be three prizes a handsome rocker a fine 1- handsome quilt and a cushion forJ- Ucket holders Refreshments and a Iood time will be provided all for lbesmall sum of ten cents TheE proee Vlll be for the benefit of 11- tbeehurcb ii- u 1 r A r Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES MONEY TO LOANCUMB PHONE MAIN 27y Room I Law Bldg Center and Green KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsa where Auburn Knights will hold a stag outing next Tuesday at Owasco lake Orer 30000 Knights were in Norfolk during the national convention lallt weekThe threestory brick building thBt Mobile Council will erect on St Joseph street will cost 30000 Preparations are already underway for the exemplification of the fourth degree at Topeka on Thanks giving day- Archbishbp Elder Council of inclnnatl is arranging a trip to Mammoth Cave for members and their families on the first two days iof next monthICovers will be laid for 800 at the banquet to be given by Fort Wayne goldjubileeSeptember 2- 5HINTS ON STYLE The girl in mourning should wear linen collars without any embroider pretlawnsmlrable There is a tendency to wear the pats farther back then ever from the foreheadThe combination that now seems most modish is Valencienni and filet- Winter hats have made their appearance tIn mlllSnejtfj windows iIn New York Taffeta ribbon belts to match thl tie are perennial favorites andalQ always in good taste with the lIncn suit With the introduction of the soft lingerie ties has come the demand for pretty broocles to hold them 1 in placeDotted Swiss muslin is being much used both for kimonos and petticoat and Is very charming with trimmin of laceThe linen costume for hackaboi wear has had its day Linen muss readily and then presents a deplo able sight- True problem of trimming has been much simplified by the extensive US8 of ribbon and ribbon alone on theI most modish hats The Pierrot collar takes the place of the longworn ruching and iII much more practical as it can be laundered at home Nothing makes a more satisfactory trimming for underwear than German Valenciennes lace in combination with lingerie batiste Linens in coral pink soft rose or blue or green buff or lavender are exceedingly popular and are taking the place of the allwhite goods FONTAINE FERRY A vaudeville bill well worth witnessing is promised by the Fontaim Ferry Park management as one of the leading attractions next week- 1he new programme will featur ucllle Mulhall the original cowgirl and her herd of trained and outlaw horses as the chief attraction lIss Mulhall will again have with her Martin Van Bergen the cowboy baritone who possesses a truly great voice and Charlie Mulhall the hampion broncho buster Other acts vill be Sophie Brandt the favorite comic opera star Tom Brandford the human band Miss Onetta a whirlwind dancer Gil Brown comedian and singer and the usual new toying pictures on the klnodrome Cooks Band evil lbe heard in the free concerts out in the park LOSS BY FIRE The Louisville Abattoir Company sustaIned a big loss by fire Tuesday ghtiTheir threestory packing ruse on East Green street was totally destroyed entailing a loss of ore than 60000 How the fire originated Is unknown John Moran Is resident of the company and was absent from the city Vice President Edward Moran and SecretaryTreas rer Eugene McCarthy were soon on he spot but could not get the books nor safe till the day following The jmpany has not yet decided whether t continue at the present plant or- erect a new building FOR LABOR DAY Father York and hIs energetic committees expect the Labor day celebration and picnic at Phoenix Hill Park to be the largest ever held In Louisville This year the entire congregation of St Pauls congregation will unite in making the preparations and a programme of exceptional merit Is promised There will be games and contests suitable to the- day and it Is a certainty that those who visit the park will leave satisfied that they got the worth of their onoy lAJR FITZPATRIOKS DEATH The sudden death of Major Rudolph Fitzpatrick which occurred lastt week in New York Tiill bring grief to the hearts of his many fri nds in three continents The ajor as a boy fought in the Popes war and later was aid to Gen ONelll In his memorable attack on Canada Hei was a thorough soldier and a- patriot of the most unselfish kind At his death he was a mernVrof seT- eralI Irish societies Vice President of the ParnWl iBranob Ul Leleet ed recently to succeed the late Col lBtike and Secretary of the veterans IJfthePops Brigade He Is ant I FONTAINE BERRY PARKTHE PARK BEAUTIFUL ADMISSION FREE HIGHCLASS VAUDEVILLE 6STAR ACTS6 FREE BAND CONCERTS Afternoon and Night FREE OUTDOOR ATTRACTIONS Other Popular Features BUCKINGHAM WEEK OF AUGUST 18 Bohemians MATINEE DAILY FOR Furnituret I Of all kinds at the lowest prices Go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUFACTURERS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET- We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH STAOffice flours Home Phone 9 to 4 6127 R J FRANKf SULLI VAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE EPICS HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the lUll mone- yOarl Dentistry Will Please Yen We are responsible and do just u we advertise All work guaranteed OR H J GOUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE opp Jail C Lewis Co Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY BMBALMBR Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 620W St Catherine Both Phones Photos Midi At Night By Engagimint WYBRANT BlfpSP- hotograjpfeeilts BRIDAL PARTIES A SPECIALTY Now at 578 Fourth Avenue CB THOMPSON FIORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both T1phoaa1050- All orders receive prompt attentloa sad satltfactlon guaranteed KENRYA1J1PULSI DYER AND QLEAKER Latin AHtrWMews adjs 521 Fifth Street Irwl byawlfesndftveu chlldrfa L U T TuTJTI K N uos3r texas AMERIOfJ BE SURE TO CALL FORw Y McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ry I WJBANNON PBANNONJR H M WOLTRINQ R B BANNON Pros A Mgr Ylcs Prit Sierotary Tr urs- rP Bannon Sewer Pipe Co 1 Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Bannons Patent Lidded PipeE for Steam Conduits Wall Co f g Drain Tile Vitrified street Paying Brick Fire Preefla Flue Pipe u1 Ltning Flre Brick Grate and BotlerTile Grouad Fire Char 1 Chimney Tops Laws Vases Vitrified Sidewalk hick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSONr TaL8PfI0i9873 WORKS lath and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TBLBPHONB 3833 tr AAAA A- weQran Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AU Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 It I I I I I I I I I I I II I tt + ttt + ttttD J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t + + t I t + I I I I t lit HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S38 East Ma1Iti Street J H TRACY T4H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 S TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREET86ert THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls pr01ll to day or night Carriage furnished for alt occasions W 1225 W MARKET ST i PRIVATE H SITEFOR 7rtElCARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates Very rea enable For further particulars apply o MOTHER MARY RgGINAfl- ERCY HOSPITAL t Sparks ATCBBC Jetfcriaarllle U4I Sire ym keys SB edutloe that will MSMN these fu life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 13 W Bread v teKJCMulaeUd Vr tlw Xarerka B lren CeuW- ae Uaca iiUItiy pNrl xtcJOJ tti PETER MANDRIOI 8 BOMB AGON MANUFACTURERS Curlagi eJlkllt ad Htirnres 205 AND 207 WEST 6REEN STREET MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E TENT Preartctsr 1 Old Md Rare WhUkles a Specialty BLUEGRASSK EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO friprhfirt 89 FIFTH STREET f FEDERATION Entertaining and Instructive Reports From National Council The regular monthly meeting of the Jefferson County Federation was held at the Catholic Womans Glut on last Thursday evening with a good attendance on hand when 1the extreme state of the weather and other matters were considered The delegates to the last yearly councilI at Indianapolis made a full of the proceedings which proved to be highly entertaining and instruc tive to all those in attendance Va rious committees made reports of Ido- Ings up to the present time and the meeting in all was full of pleasure and instruction to those present It was decided to adjourn the meeting to the regular meeting night the sand Thursday In October and it was announced by President Rogers that the lady delegates from the Catholic Knights and Ladles and the delegates from the divisions of the A O H would have charge of the entertainment at the next meeting and varI- ous ones of those present belonging to these organizations promised to use every endeavor to present a pro gramme on that occasion that would be full of pleasure and instruction Edward Neihaus of the Qlaubcns bote will make an address to be based upon federation as organized and conducted in Germany showing the great benefit it has been to the people of that country and the meet ing in October may be looked forward to with a certainty of Instruc lion and pleasure The ensuing number of the Federation Bulletin will be on hand for distribution among tall the members and it is expected that the matter of the various conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Society will be taken up and disposed ofj JOINT PICNIC Given By Hibernian Divisor of New Albany and Jell ersonville The Hibernians of New Albany ami JeffersonvHle will give a joint pic nic at Glenwood Park next Tuesday and through these columns extend a cordial invitation to the members tof the Loalsvillc divisions to come atod celebrate with them on that day During the afternoon the interurban cars will run every half hour and titer 6 oclock will run every fifteen minutes This is the second affair of this kind given by these two dish ions and indications point to even a more successful one than that of last summer The committees represent ing both cities are as follows New Albanyframes Flynn Dan Walsh John Goldlng John Winn John McBarrom Charles Skelly James OHara P W Kennedy and RI J Fleming Jeffersonvllle Thomas Dixon Robert Gleeson Bernard A Coll John Av Murphy and Louis Constantine SHEPHERDS FALL FESTIVAL Mlspah Lodge Shepherds of Bethlehem will give a fall festival at Phoenix Hill Park on Wednesday September 4 when there will bo numerous pleasing features and a dance The arrangements are in the hands of Chairman H J Bloemer Julius Sthrohmeler A Louis Wego and Andrew Diehl who know how to provide a good time and make such an affair a success- SHEPPARDS GREAT RUN J B Taylor the speedy negro runner of Pennsylvania University who had beaten all of the Eastern college cracks was badly beaten by MelvIn Sheppard of the New York Irish American Athletic Club last Satur day in the 600 yard run Sheppard running the distance in 114 35 be- Ing 3 35 seconds slower than the record made by Tom Burke in 1896 JUBILEE OF DIOCESE The golden jubilee of the Fort Wayne diocese will be celebrated on September 22 and will be observed with special services in every church under Bishop Alerdlngs jurisdiction The celebration at Fort Wayne will be on an elaborate scale and all the Catholic societies of the city will take part NETTED HANDSOME PROFIT One of the most successful country church picnics ever held in this dlo ceso was that given at Chicago by Rev Father N Werner for the benefit of St Francis of Asslsis church There was a large crowd and the best of order and a net profit of 1200 was realized SISTERS RETREAT The annual retreat of the Loret tine Sisters which began August 6 at Loretta Academy in Marlon county ended last Thursday There are about 600 Sisters in this order and the ma jority were in attendance Cedar Grove Academy is one of the houses of the order FALL RACE MEET The fall race meeting at Churchill Downs will begin on Monday October 21 and continue eighteen days Dates for Lexington and Latonla have also been set the first having seven days The Jockey Club looks for the most successful fall meeting ever hold here CONVENE IN OCTOBER The thirtythird annual convention of the Catholic Young Mens National Union will convene at Elizabeth N J the second week in October This Is the organization which It was proposed to consolidate with the Young Mens Institute It Is very strong In the Eastern States SISTERS RETREAT Tomorrow the Rev FatWar Miller of the Sabred Heart monastery on the Newburg road will begin a te- ndys retreat for the Sisters of Mere at the academy on East Broadway o u ti Y SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1iMeets oin the Second and Fourth FrI1 day Evenings of Each YonthI PresIdentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kllkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cuakk CourthouseTreasurerCharles J Finegan Sergeantatanns James Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President Dian McKenna TreasurerOwen Kelran Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T X alley DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thursday evenings of Each Month Northeast corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Bhil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryJohn Heaslon 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sergcantatarms Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl llottRecording Secretary Frank P BurkeFinancial SecretaryW J Con nelly 1700 Seventh stree- tTreasurerJosephL Lenihan Sergant tArnis Edbert Mitchell Sentinel William Anabro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets oa the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President Lpnls Conitan tines President John Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michael KInney Marshall M Garrity Banner Bearer J Q Cole Y 3Vt I I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J Sand First Vice President John T Ken ney Second Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank Q Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J Hancock Treasurer Daniel W Weber Marshal John Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphns Andriot Outside Sentinel Jirge Bartsch PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Parties or Societies should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts fc RECENT DEATHS The funeral of J Ben Nitzken one of Louisvilles oldest and most respected Catholic citizens and a pIo- neer member of St Marys church was held with a mass of requiem yes ter lay morning Surviving him are his wife and two sons Henry and Wtliam Nitzken and one daughter Mrs C IK Tlmperman His death re sulted from injuries sustained a year ago and was not unexpected Willie Louis Kruse the infant son oft George and Anna Kruse Letterle avenue and William street entered that sleep that knows no earthly awakening last Friday rendering desolate their home The child had been ill but a short time Many friends sympathize with the bereaved parents The funeral took place Saturday afternoon from St Josephs churchnSincere is the regret felt in the Sacred Heart parish over the death of Mrs Ellen Dalton Casey which occurred last Friday after prolonged illness from bronchitis and heart trouble For years she was theme genial friend to all and her- aNablUty and warmheartedness attracted to her a wide circle who re gard her demWo a personal loss Mrs Casey was sixtyfive years old and resided at 2318 West roadway Surviving her are two daughters one of whom is too wife of Deputy Jailer Louis Beyers The funeral took place Sunday morning from the Sacred Heart church which was well tileld with sorrowing friends and rel- Ives The sudden death of Mrs Minnie Morbach beloved wife of Prof Edward Morbach the well known mu sician and leader of the Buckingham orchestra was a profound shock and caused a feeling of sadness to pervade many circles Monday she was stricken while out driving and Wednesday morning site passed peacefully away Mrs Morbach Vas I a devout member of St Louis Ber trand church and was an active worker in the charitable and social organizations of the congregation Her funeral took place yesterday morning from the Dominican church l rg6 numbers assisting at the high mass of requiem With all who know him we join in sympathy with the be r axed husband Our prices for job printing are all rjflit Can ti get them a 0 FEMALE WORKERS Census Report Show Number Doubled In Twenty Years Ono generation ago a woman engaged In any occupation which from Us beginning had been considered mans work was a rarity A recent report from the census office based upon the census of 1000 presents some surprising figures In 1000 as shown by this report women were engaged in all but nine of the 303 occupations recognized by the census Nearly onehalf of the single women in the United States the actual fig urea being 459 per cent were at work Employed in gainful occupations were 315 per cent of the widows 553 per cent of the divorced women and 56 per cent of the mar ried women in the land These figures of course do not include the multitudes of women who do their own housework They apply ex elusively to those who work for wages or salaries outside their own homes The greatest Increases were shown in clerical and stenographic work The number of women workers doubled in the twenty years from 1880 to 1900 Since the latter year though no authoritative figures arc available it is believed that the iIn- crease has been greater than in the preceding seven years The effect upon the male workers of this enormous Increase of female competition is a matter worthy of serious con sideration There can be no doubt that in many occupations the women have lowered the general scale of wages Not only this but thousands of men have been forced to engage in occupations other than those in which they were engaged when tho Influx of female competition be gan On the other hand In a certain degree the decreased pay of men and the Increased difficulty of obtaining employment have been offset by the fact that many of the women workers contribute their earnings to the support of the family HOUSE OF LORDS Amend Irish Tenants Dill and Practically Destroy Its Usefulness The House of Lords sitting until an early hour Saturday morning carried certain sweeping amendments to the Irish evicted tenants bill which according to the Liberals will destroy utterly the usefulness of the measure The principal of these destructive mendments greatly restricts the compulsory powers under the bill and limits the number of tenants to bo reinstated to 2000 An authoritative announcement on behalf of the Government declares that the House of Commons will decline to accept the amendments passed by the House of Lords NOVELTY EUCHRE Trinity Council Y M I will give a novelty euchre next Thursday even- Ing at Phoenix Hill Park and have secured about 100 prizes that will be sure to delight the winners The committee of arrangements are Ed Wulf Dr G P Beutel Jr Adam Schneider Dr B J Latnmers T J Garvey and Frank Pilsen The euchre will commence promptly at 830 clock FIRST MASS The ReT Father Gabriel Eilers O M C who recently completed his studies at the University of Inns bruck and was ordained has returned home and will celebrate his first mass tomorrow morning at St Anthonys church Father Gabriel has a host of relatives and acquaintances who will be happy to receivei his blessing tomorrow KNIGHTS OF ST EWDARD The Knights tEdward of New Albany will hold their annual outing next Wednesday at Glenwood Park They invite their friends to spend the day with them Besides the semi military features all sorts of amuse ments will be provided- ORANGEMEN DISINTEGRATING One of the most hopeful signs of the times in the North of Ireland is the disintegration of the Orange- men The demonstrations in Belfast and other towns in tho north this year were smaller than ever before and especially significant was the strength shown by the independent Orange orders This organization which is an offshoot from the parent order is as aggressively Protestant asI its parent but It is aggressively Irish as the old order is English The independent order on July 12 passed resolutions declaring that Castle government was an anachron ism and was expensive and useless to Ireland The independents are not quite prepared yet to call themselves home rulers but they are well on the way MAY ILL SEE OUR WAY Referring to the magnificent build- Ing now being erected for the Denver Young Mens Christian Association the Denver Catholic declares if the organization that is the national body could ever be prevailed upon to Strike that obnoxious passage from pts constitution whereby Catholics are given no power on the executive boards then the Y M C A would be a truly American society In the true sense of the word The idea of an organization formed for the pur pose of bringing together all young mon presumably Christian for th lr moral upliftment is so great that we can not realize Its benefits Members of the Y M C A will tell you that the organization is nonsectarian We only wish this were trueI iBut we know it Is sectarian and there is no usfe In trying to get around the mat ter Attends meeting and see Look up the constitution and see It is s shame that this organization can not be truly nonsectarian If It were It wouldireoelftnotonlythe support of the American Catholic lif81S0 the support of sjRny Protaiianw who beUeydR fair play With fJJtII n Jn FRANK FEAR BREWINGI CO Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone lain 1913 1913tirs1 r WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent Savor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK 4 Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKBRMANBREW1NGCOMP INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 402 tOITISVIL7IB KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONEXBsa q Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts ASK xro FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE 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VAL LETEMrraa oJ f Not Lunch pk W Ba j u- I INTO t IRIH A1tfERIO 2iiI THE BIG STORE You are asked to come next week and examine our MENS SUITS 1 BOYS SUITS We are now closing out an immense stock at prices lower than ever before quoted Our stock of Gents Furnish was never more complete Straw Hats at your own price THE BIG STORE TSrMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO KNIGHTS REUNION UNDER AUSPICES Central Committee and Uniform RanK CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA Monday August 19 1907 AT WHITE CITY i Proceeds to go to Entertainment for State Convention Four valuable prizes for ladies sailing the largest num ber of tickets See the Great Passion Play Pictures t ADMISSION TEN CENTS HERE IS YOUR CHANCE To SAVE MONEY on a PIANO For the next few days in order to reduce our large stock of Pianos that we now have on hand to make room for our Fall stock which Is arriving dally WE WILL REDUCE THE PRICE ON EACH AND EVERY PIANO IN OUR HOUSE which rep resents In each Instance a big saving to the piano purchaser Has your wife your daughter your boy ever expressed a desire for a Piano Do you think It Is worth while to deny their wish any longer when an excellent Instrument can be picked now NEW PIANOS AS LOW AS 170 MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO i Incorporated OQSOOO FOURTH AVENUE ut CONSTANTINE KOLLROS1 Chorus Orchestra and Military Band Conductor MUSIC STUDIO Piano Violin Cornet and Composition 2304 W MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE KY Terms at the studio Piano or Violin lessons 45 min ute 1 lesson per week 2 per month Cornet 30 minutes 1 lesson per week 2 per month Above lessons at pupils residence 4 per menth Harmony and composition 2 per hour Lesson hours 8 to 12 a m 2 to C and 7 to 10 p m Regular session begins 1st Monday in Sep tember ends last day In June Summer session begins 1st Monday in July ends last day In August Lesson Hours 715 a m to 1 p m SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BEGINNERS tI nnnnn COFFEES That are freshly roasted are found to be better than the stale goods on the grot cers shelves Our come straight from the roaster to your kitchen Try Our Special 3 lbs for 50 cents TEA SPECIAL for iced tea black green or mixed 46Cper lb 1 rr rLLOYCOFFEBlVL UrtomtPhoarfjaj Q14 qtr IISARK T 9TREYD s ess 8 88SM r Tlie Gftas fl Rogers BOOK 60 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O u SUIT EVERY TASTE Give vs a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OP EVERY DESCRIPTION iOrr W Jetierson i S1reet nL it QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged aa 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 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 6c SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND r = LARGEST AND BEST ijCOjI i 1 BOTH PHONES 1 1884D3732r T NItI lJprtIIII hUiK OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NW HEEL j A u Ouro ISodaI e A BACON S MARKET SiftET ET THIRD AND fOUIUH INCORPORATED I August Furniture Sale NOW GOING ON i priceIIEvery piece of Furniture in the house reduced in If you have any Furniture needs or if you expect to have any in the near futureit will to your advan ii tage to buy it nowii iWhich FURNITURE SOLD ON THE CLUB PLAN I 181iiouroffice on the second floor ieeee ef 0 e HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WcckOeneral- Newa Notes The meeting of Division 3 was well attended Thursday night Many Indies are joining the aux iliary recently organized at Eliza beth N J- Divisions 2 and 26 of Chicago joined together last Sunday in a lake trip to MilwaukeeDivision 2 held a rousing meeting last night and made big plans for their coming celebration I Division 1 will meet Friday night All are urged to attend and make full reports for tickets The annual outing of the divisions and auxiliary at Portland Ore was a success both socially and finan ciallyDivision 4 of Syracuse will present seventyfive candidates for the de grees at the county initiation next OctoberThe auxiliary at Windsor Locks Conn has Secured the Opera House for a bazar the ladles will hold in OctoberA initiation was held at Ding hampton last Sunday when Division 1 conferred two degrees upon a large class Division 28 of Lowell Mass at the last meeting initiated ton members when a blackthorn stick was pre sented to Hugh Magoon ladles auxiliaries There are fourteen in New Hampshire with the expectation of having a few more be fore the is passed The New Hampshire State Board of the auxiliary will meet at Concord on August 27 when work for the winter will be mapped out The Ladles Auxiliary Is making splendid progress and at the present rate will be soon in the lead The men should wake up It will soon be time to begin more active work for the State convention Delay will be dangerous as a num ber of others are to be held The degree team urges all the divisions to have their candidates ready for the coming Initiation as there will not be another for some time The County Board will soon have to decide in what manner the winter entertainment will be given Unless action is soon taken it will be too late Throughout the State the members are looking for a visit from the State officers The board should arrange for this so that all might be visited early this fall The New Albany and Jeffersonville divisions would like to see a large delegation from this city at Glen wood Park next Tuesday night They promise them a good time Miss Mary Corcoran has been mak ing an official trip to all the auxiliaries this week In our next issue she will tell how she found the or der and what the ladles are doing Every member of the order in Louisville should try and secure at least one candidate for the next initi ation This order should be a power and now is the time to make it one The Scotch Dishop did not put the ban on the Hibernians but on an organization that claims o be Asa In this country the Board of Erin stands all right with the church au thorities During the past two years the number of divisions in Ireland in creased from 118 to 537 These fig ures were contained inII the Secre tarys report read at the Dublin con vention held last month Chester Hibernians had an enjoy able celebration of the twentysecond anniversary of Division 2 one of the most prosperous in Pennsylvania Stute President McLaughlin was present and delivered an address Fort Wayne Hibernians will hold their annual celebration at Monroe vllle on August 27 The Irish game of hurley also Gaello football will be contested between teams composed entirely of Irishmen born in Ireland and their opponents will be their Irish descendants born in Old Cilorys domain Other sports have roan arranged for anda band of forty pieces will render the music LOOK OUT FOR THBSL priesa probably the same band of swindler about whom Archbishop Farley recently issued a public warning were driven out of Reading Pa by the Mayor At the police station tlley were searched and papers evidently forged were round Ion their persons Books in their possession prove that they have collected large sum of money At times they say they are Catholic priests and again they claim to be clergymen of the Oreel orthodox bod- yCATHOLIC KNIGHTS Michael Reichert Indorse For Head of the Uniform Rank Last Friday night the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America met in regular monthly ses slon President McGinn occupying the chair and only one Trustee ab sent The report of the Entertainment Committee regarding the re union was very satisfactory all present having words of encouragement and agreeing to moot on the next Friday night to receive returns and make any further arrangements that might be necessary Reports from the branches showed that interest was being revived all standing firm and some Increasing their member shipDelegate Meehan introduced resolutions indorsing Adjt Gen Relchert for Major General of the Uniform Rank After several short addresses pointing out his great executive ability his always aggressive and forceful policy and his devotion to the Catholic Knights of America the resolutions were passed without one dissenting vote Copies of these reso lutions which are approved by Com panies A and C the officers of the First regiment band and several of the branches were ordered sent to Archbishop Moeller the Supreme of ficers and every company In the country Major Gen Kadeski having declined to serve longer there will be a general change in the officers of the department Gen Retchert has done so much that he will have no opposition Chicago having declared for him ALL WANT THAT LOT Judged from current reports ev erybody wants the splendid building lot that will be awarded at the lawn fete for the benefit of St Leos church on Thursday August 29 Father Fitzgerald and the people of Highland Park are striving hard for the success of this lawn fete and will be prepared to entertain all who will spend the day or night in that grow ing suburb The ladles of that section will serve a special dinner and supper and committees will provide refreshments and amusements of all kinds The grounds on which the fete will be held are large and easy of access via the Secondstreet cars For those who purchase tickets which are only ten cents there are fourteen prizes- RESIGNS FROM HOSPITAL Dr C L Molr one of the brightest young physicians in the city who for the last four years has held the position of Assistant Superintendent at the City Hospital Wednesday ten dered his resignation to the Board of Public Safety and it was accepted When risked why he had decided to leave the institution Dr Molr said he intends to locate in Virginia and practice medicine He denied that his resignation has any connection with the declared intention of Mayor Ding ham to appoint Dr Jouetb Menefee Superintendent of the City Hospital Dr Molr has a host of friends who will regret his departure from the city BOSTONS MOVE FROM BIGOTRY How far the capital of the old Bay State has moved from its ancient seat of bigotry was forcefully demonstrated when Rev Hugh Roo ODonnell for twentyfive years rector of the Church of the Sea East Boston but transferred to St Anthonys church at Brighton was given a farewell banquet The banquet which took place In Masonic Hall was attended by Protestant ministers and Catholic priests and Catholic and Protestant laymen DrW H Ensworth presided and ezGov John Bates was toastmaster Five out of the seven speakers represented Protestant de nomlnattoBa r r I Popular Sheet Music at Popular Prices be 4eeeQ year here IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges In Monaghan Lord Rossmore has sold his estate at a fair price to the supportsIngood of the people The tenants In the townland of Crossbane near Newbllss which forms portion of the estate of Henry Smith of Dublin have just completed terms of purchase after five years negotations August 15 will be a red letter day In Castleblaney The monster demonstration of Nationalists is expected to be the largest and most enthusiastic that has been held in County Monaghan for many years Patrick Callan of Kane and Mr Wiseman of Shortstine County Louth were formally reinstated by the In spector of the Estates Commissioners In the lands from which they were evicted over twentyfive years ago The weather is continuing very fine and all farm work is going ahead The hay crop Is lighter than usual but is really good in quality All other crops have improved immensely during ithe past three weeks A large number of students have been in attendance at the Irish Col lege in Ring County Waterford from Dublin Belfast Carlow Tipperary and Kilkenny since the opening of the session and every day brings fresh arrivals A woman named Josephine Mc Ardle died suddenly at her home in Crossmaglen It appears the deceased was suffering from heart disease but was always able to go about her business She took suddenly ill and the doctor ftas immediately sent for but on his arrival he pronounced life extinctA to the sad tragedy that oeurred at Cahlr County Tipperary on Christmas eve when two sisters named Rahilly were killed in thelr sleep by a falling gable came before the Lord Chief Justice of Clonmel assizes when James and Ellen Ahern claimed 1000 damages against Thomas OShaughnessy of Newcastle West for Injury to their house due to the alleged negligence of the de fendant und his employes The Judge held the defendant was not liable and dismissed the claim Profound and heartfelt were the feelings ofregret with which the news was received of the death of Rev James Connolly of Derrygon nelly The sad event was all the more regrettable and touching haT- Ing regard to the suddenness with which the beloved priest was called away in the prime of life Father Connolly was only twentynine years of age five of which he had spent in the sacred ministry He had been in his usual health until he was at tacked by a slight chill which developed into penumonia and heart fail ureA force of 200 constabulary was as sembled at Llsmaconlcon County Cavan on Sunday to prevent the holding of a meeting under the auspices of the Castleroghan find Bally jamesduff branches of the United Irish League in aid of local evicted tenants Subsequently the crowd held a meeting in an adjoining field the police not Interfering buts police natetaker attended Resolutions were passed in favor of the Restoration of the evicted tenants Another meeting was held later in the evening at Dronlgnor the speeches being delivered from n crake the pollee having surrounded tho platform TOOK ins HINT Pat was an industrious workman and his employer was much Interested in him It had been a most unpleasant day drizzling saturating but Pat kept faithfully at his work in the garden and at the six oclock hour he was ready to lay down 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