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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h i KENTUCKY IRIS AMERICA Nw i VOLUME XIXwNO 8 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 241 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS 11 r PROGRESS a Being Made by theLadles Auxiliary Throughout the State Biles Mary Corcoran Returns From Successful Official Visit I Women of Covineton Maki Preparation to Erect a Building MEMBERSHIP GREATLY IBCIBASEDI Miss Mary Corcoran State Pro ident of the Hibernian Ladles Aux lllary arrived home Monday after making official visits to all the aux illaries outside of Louisville and inal ing preliminary arrangements for i the Institution of a flourishing body at Lexington Miss Corcoran says that the men of the Bluegrass capital are only awaiting a visit from the State officers to organize a division that will soon equal any in Kentucky and then the auxiliary will quicklyI follow as a number of the most J prominent and influential Catholl women there are very enthusiast and anxious to become associate with the Ancient Order The State President first vIsited the auxiliary at Paris which was found in splendid numerical and fI nancial condition and strong as a brick wall While there she was the guest of the County President lIssJJ Mary Lenihan An interesting and reception J coran dwelt upon the work of the or der and the progress that has bees made since the last convention Rev Father J A Cusack pastor of tin Churchof the Annunciation wasIpresent and in a ringing addres gave the auxiliary all the encourage ment possible Both the division am auxiliary will have good reports for the State convention that will meet in yearMiss stop was at Ashlan d carershe tas thQA ust9fMfslTiCath erfne ilSwarfl the roungest 1 and post energetic County Pres Ident in the State Here some excellent work was done the auxiliary I being reorganized and put on a fire basis and ten new members added An open meeting was helu that was attended by all the Hibernians of Ashland and the officers of the auxI illnry at Ironton Ohio The pro gramme was pleasing and interesting and the address by the eloquent Passlonist Father Charles stirred everybody to the utmost enthusiasm Thomas Howard a pioneer among the Hibernians of Kentucky was among the number present and to him the State President of the la dies feels deeply grateful for the valuable assistance rendered her dur ing her stay in Ashland A pleasant feature was the banquet at which the praises of the auxiliary were sung and the ball that followed Miss Corcoran spent four days in Covington and Newport where her coming was awaited with much inter est The auxiliaries in both places were found in splendid condition their interests being zealously guard ed by Miss Ada Conklin State Secre tary anC Miss Rose Carroll County President The Covington auxiliary she says is the banner one and has the largest treasury of any in the State Encouraged by clergy and people the women contemplate the erection of a Hibernian hall and home at Covlngton in the not distant future and are constantly augment Ing the fund for that purpose The meeting held In Covington was per fect in every detail and will be sure to bear good fruit Members of the auxiliary are enthusiastic over their work and expect to pass the men ands t an example for the divisions of the entire State While in Covington Miss Corcoran was the guest of Miss Ada Conklin and at a reception held in her honor by Miss Rose Carroll President of the auxiliary she was presented with a handsome broche The State President also had mu h praise for Judge Shine and State Secretary Hunt who have been do ing splendid work for the order in i CovingtonMiss most agreeable surprise was at Newport where the baby auxiliary has increased 40 per cent in both membership and fl nances and promises tomake o still more remarkable showing before the close of the year Here another cplendid meeting was held and at the conclusion of her address the SUtte President was presented with the prize bouquet from the Carthage fair Many visitors were present and the addresses were listened to nnd given hearty approval This com plr ted her tour of Inspection and Miss Corcoran returned home pl led with the cordial reception accorded her everywhere and highly gratified with the progress the Ladles Aux iliary is making- Ilibernians and the auxiliary must CorcOfmher power to advance the order in Kentucky and many are of the opin ion that It would be wise far the Slate Board to arrange for a visitation Thisto every dlvlslonlntheState rionld awaken Interest and perhaps H result in a great ncreae in mem ersliip If iieceiMtrf the National r eD Board should be colic 1 upon to assist as nowhere is there a better field for work for the A O H ST LEOS PICNIC All Who Attend Will De Amply Repaid For Visit Next Thursday the people of JSt Leos congregation will welcome their friends to the first annual pic nie of the parish For this day great preparations are being made and it is needless to say that all who cat- tend will be amply repaid for the visit No more delightful ride could be wished for than the one out Second street on the cars with Highlai Park sign These cars pass the church grounds where the picnic w111 be held The affair will be in charge of the General Committee compose of the following gentlemen Joseph Link Sr John J Schwiermann Joseph Eiler Henry Kustes Joseph Schwiermann Joseph Link Jr Jacob Stared Stephen Matheis and David MartinThe diningroom will be in chargeI rf the ladles of the Altar Society amI needless to say the dinner and super I will be all that the most fastid tus could expect The Young Ladles Sodality will have charge of the va ious stands ice cream confectionI iry country store etc The experienced hand of Joe Eller will dii Tense liquid refreshments assists by expert attendants At the turn of the wheel all eyes will behold the venial countenance of John T ichwiermannThe Order of Hibernian the Catholic Knights and the Knight of St John as well as several fraternal societies arc invited and expected to attend The feature of the evening will be the awarding of prizes among which will be a splendid building lot donated by Josep Ichwiermann The Kentucky Irish American in a future issue will pull ish the names of the members of the arlous societies of St Leos as well as of the workers for the church on picnic day Y M11 Grand Councils Memorial ti the Late James J Fitzgerald Owing to the overcrowded condition of our columns last week much crowlgd rout bttt space mattNfPs fm att tiiI gitiento rial tribute of the Young Meni Institute to the late James J Fitz jrald reported and adopted by the rand Council in session at Owens boroIho lion James J Fitzgerald of auisville is dead but his spirit will ways live in the minds and mem or1les of those who knew him Don oft Catholic parents he well knew- and felt the dignity of this precidus heritage Endowed with talents of- the highest order loving and gentle even unto the tenderness of a woman highminded and fearless he endeared himself to all whose fortune it was to come in contact with him He was a citizen of the purest type tried in responsible office and not found wanting honored by his fel wcitizens and was just on the eve of having fresh laurels added to his earthly career by appointment to judicial position by the Governor of- this great Commonwealth when the IlBnd of that supreme robber Death stole him from our midst James J Fitzgerald was one of the countrys remost Catholic men He belonged to no locality but was one of those men who names can not be cageQ in by the limitations of a State tundary National was his name and national will be his loss Ken cky feels her loss most keenly because he was her adopted son therefore be it- Resolved That we the members of the Tenth Grand Council of the tang Mens Institute Kentucky Jurisdiction in convention assembled at Owensboro Ky extend to his family our sincere sympathy for th- great loss they have sustained ond- offer our prayers for the peaceful repose of his soul Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the bereaved fam Ilr of Mr Fitzgerald that they be spread on the minutes of this Grand Council and that copies be sent to- the pressCharles S Raldy William Perry James B KellyCommittee NOW PRACTICING LAW Patrick J Welsh the popular ex President of Division 3 A 0 H and former Deputy County Assessor who recentlY received his diploma from- the Jefferson Law School and was admitted to the practice of law hls- severed his connection with the Lou- Isville Trust Company and entered upon his new career His offices are In the suite of rooms B04 Kentucky Title Building and a legion of friends predict for him a successful career in his new calling- EUCHRE AND SUPPER Wednesday afternoon and evening ptember 4 a euchre and supper for tlle benefit of St Aloysius church I1- tPewee Valley will be given by Mrs C D Graham at her residence thereto which she extends a cordial ind- tatlonto all who can to be present Fl1tller Bees and his small congregation are having a hard struggle and a this Is a iuost deserving cause and a pleasant time js assured those who attend it is hoped there will be age gathering The Pevree Valley car will arrive and depart every tl1idY minutes cr l t7 SAD THE END Former Mayor Paul Barth Puts Out His Life With Bullet Awful Deed Shrouds the Entire City in the Deepest- Gloom His Mind Thought to Have Been Upset by Unjust Criticism HAD A LONG AND USEFUL CAREER Wednesday the people of Louisville were shocked as never before and the entire city was shrouded In deepest gloom as the news spread that former Mayor Paul Barth had fired- a bullet into his brain and died without regaining consciousness The tragic deed was committed in the lavatory adjoining his private office of the Utica Cement and Lime Com swimming been accomplished RICH Arrainged Unmeasured Disagreeable NNNNNN NNNM4NONNNON O + + NNNtt i INDORSE THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN iiTbe following resolutionsl were introduced by Sand delegate from Mackin Council the- Y I Convention Owensboro August Jll 1213 and were adopted unanimously 1 the Officers Delegates of Te Council Young Mans Institute Kentucky Jurisdiction I Experience having demonstrated necessity of champion of the principles underlie our grand necessarjly devolves give every couragement toward the continuation of such all I manifested interest in behalf stillwiden the field of usefulness eni o the advancement upbuilding the ung Institute the following Iutions hereby offeredoWhereas Kentucky Irish has proven itself a true champion supporter Young Institute in publishing news of concern to our members in general and interesti I Whereas interests our or4er demand we have stands ready to resist all unjust andunfair attacks against our ireligious teachings therefore be Resolved That delegates to the Tenth Council of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky Jurisdiction in convention assembled do hereby in- dosethe Kentucky risKAnwjican asour pfficiai 1 organ pledge our support recommend tothe enterprising institutions our State Catholics- in general deserving support encouragement N4vNNNNNNNNNNNNNONN NNNHNNNNNNIO O NNNtN ONNN pany Wes Main street at 1141S oclock and twentyfive late the former Mayor was dead but it not until about oclock tha the dread news became known and then it spread throughout the city like received every where with expressions of mingled with tears Barth left no message what ever and none of his had any intimation that thought of suicide Only a few weeks ago returned from a trip made with three boys to the East and to his intimate friends then appeared in good spirits The horse episode exposed In the papers but in which not of any criminal preyed greatly on mind and to friends said that the false pression created by his opponents of that transaction al most killing him Sensitive to a high degree the reflection upon him and the uncalledfor strictures and taunts of press and politicians upon his record on a despondency during his few last days that a monomania and it while In this that ended life The exMayor had been in and out of his office Wednesday morning and on final return went to his private office Besides Mr Barth the only persons in the of fices of the Lime Company when the deed committed were two clerks and the stenographer The latter Frank Saltamachia ed at machine in the private of fice when the fatal shot fired to the front office and notified Messrs Livingston and Mann of the shot and they immediately proceeded to the lavatory where they found Barth with a bullet hole in head and in the throes of mil head bowed forward his chin resting on chest and a thin stream of blood trickled from the wound over the right The revolver had fallen from his hand and had caught and to a trousers but Though astounded at the sight that met their gaze they at once re moved the man to the private office and summoned medical as but beyond human and expired without consciousness The Coroner summoned and then the remains were removed to Darretts undertak ing establishment and prepared for burial being taken the Barth res dense on West Jefferson street about 10 the same night William and Thomas Small broth of Barth were called arid them fellas soon as the painful duty of breaking the ter rlbie news to the three sons and their sister Mrs Lieber who kept house for Mr Barth and after three boys Wallace Mann said Wednesdayafternoon that the dead mans last words were of his boys whom everyone lino was Upon entering the office jjust Use shot fired Darthkpped over othe tele r R u o d r phone and called sister teDin her not to let this boys that afternoon The former Mayor was an ex tremely sensitive man It is said that just before his retirement from the Mayors office sent for a newspaper friend and asked him if would mind writing an article set ting forth some of the things which had for the city of Louisville during administra tion B J the t that it us to as at to Yc t = warm the an it the it as of 421 was 10 sadnes Mayor he he his he was act his he im was hewas his his direct Utica was was his was lIe Mr his death was his was ton sistance lIe was aid was to Mr to his ho Idolized nd was Mr his go ttia he he his at My whole life he is in my three boys I am both and father to them I do not want them to grow up and feel that I was turned out of the Mayors of flee on of any wrongful act of mine I want them to kno that I accomplished some good for the city while I was Mr Barth was born a poor bor and when but a child began to support his By honesty and strict attention to business he ros and for a long while has been looked upon as a rich man lIe was publicspirited and liberal amI his clean and upright life made his universally popular For seventeei years he had been a prominent in public life and to him the city iiF largely indebted for many of its most and beneficial improve tents Ills career was an honored one and never a word was utter d against his until it was learned that a horse had beer bought for his use as with funds that belonged to the city Since his death men in all walks of life have paid high to his worth each deploring the attacks that they believe were the real of the deplorable tragedy which haf removed from the community one of Its most useful and energetic citizens whose purpose In life was to leave nr honored name and advance the material welfare of Louisville For the past two days an unceasing stream of friends called at the house to take a farewell view of Mr Barth who appeared as ia tranquil sleep The funeral vill take place at 2 this afternoor from the residence 2308 West Jefferson street and the interment will be- In St Louis cemetery where his bodj will repose beside that of his wife COSDlTIOSDIPROVED rTelegrams received Thursday from few York the pleasing ence that the condlUon of Miss Laura Ilaffo who was stricken with typhold fever there three weeks She shows decided improvement passed Wednesday the turning point and herof her illness in steady recovery in now for by and attendants Miss her physicians father and mother Mr arid ilrs Sid Raffo have been with her onstuntly and this week the Rev Charles P Ilaffo her uncle went to Jew York to be with her when of her illness was reached GETS DALTONS PLACE Capt Thomas Klley has been ap inspector of lampspointed forsucceeding Edward who years filled the most ac icptably Rileys and they that hehad hopedare legion get a better place and that Dalton inThiswould remain undisturbed a move on the political checker board lint few understand Strange hap enlnga are place these days ind for there appears no good eaion 1- ac r al U IDLE Are in Terms by Eloquent lIon signor A Warning Against Conditions That Tend Towards Na tional Ruin Actions of thus Wealthy Drive the Toilers Into Socialism RIYAL OF RET FATHER YAUGHA8 The fame of Father Bernard Vaughan the Jesuit has spread around the world The existence of frightful conditions abroad has very probably helped him as much as his own eloquence that is if he really is desirous of becoming famous A strong man was needed to speak and he arose and spoke But we do not look for evil NNN J to M To and tHe th Grand a order upon publications have our and i and of Mens arc The Americ n i and of Mens and iThe best of that gan that made we Grand and moral and of and and minutes wildfire being friends he guilty several because official brought became condition seat rushed Arthur Arthur ear hanging dying regaining oclock ersinlaw possible looked perhaps beore said centered mother account Mayor mother rapidly figure needed integrity Mayor tribute cause though oclock bring IntcllI safety looked ilaffos the- crisis gasoline Daltoen position friends taking which Tlben London conditions in our own countr neither do we lack for strong men to arraign them The other evening Monsignor Tlhen of Iowa unexpectedly created a sensation when caller upon to address a Summer Chautauqua at Ottumwa that Stat Give me an old maid with a tabby cat every time in perference to married woman with a pug dog said Mgr Tihen The selfish live s of many society women are thing of which to be nationally ashamei Ten thousand children die annuall of starvation in London the riches city in the world London is repn sentative of the rest of the world Think of the condition of a natio with onethird of its population iin want Wha matters iIt do you say If not by words you seem to in actions Surely it there be a God abov lie will punish you If you perms one child to starve you will be held for the crime God created this world in harmony Mgr Tihen went on It IIs lye who have queered the plan Ware more prone to criticise those beneath us than to help them It iis not charity they want It Is indeed a deplorable world when onethird of its population is dependent on the charity of the rest of the world You throw the poor man a bone and like a dog he is expected to subside wall ie draws into a corner to devour it After you have cut the buttons off rou send a bundle of clothing to tome station where the poor are supplied and then with folded hand yonder righteously why there Is anymore need in the world Mgr Tihen went on to tell of the onditions existing in the large cities among the poor laboring classes ne- eexplained why Socialism with its Beautiful promises attracted the des ltute man How when his children at home were starving for bread and he was unable to get work know- Ing that the rich not ten block sway live in the utmost extravagance end luxury that If the riches of the world were rightly divided he and his ivoulel be enabled to live in comfort he was drawn and attracted by the promises held out to him by Socialism He held that the laboflni lasses were fast being alienated rom the rest of the world and that he most dangerous situation to the ife of a republic formation of lasses was at hand If the upper four hundred want to be exclusive let them be the peaker went on If they want te li16 In Europe God speed them We haTe nothing to fear from these 01 nothing to hope for But front the shoring classes there is much to be eared likewise to be hoped for The ulgar display of wealth on every and is bad for them It fosters leas of anarchism Socialism is th solace of the poor And do you yonder that the picture attracts Socialism is the one thing that has r teady uniform onward movement ti the world So beware I hold that childlabor and romanlabor in our factories today is a disgrace to our country and the flagthat waves over itj Father then saidA new system la needed u and needed at once The present 1Ilack of national legislation I hold to be- n disgrace ROME NEWS Canada and Sonth America Send Plus X Large Offerings Notwithstanding the decision of the Pope to suspend pilgrimages to Rome as long as the anticlorllcal wave lasts about two hundred Canadians were received at the Yatlcan last week and were personally greeted by Pius X who was effush6 in his greeting The pilgrims were presented by Mgr Pik a Canadhm prelate who made an offering to th Pope of a large sum of money on behalf of the Canadian Catholics Speaking of money press reports say the Vatican administration has reasons to congratulate itself over the returns of the past few weeks In connection with the projected celebration of the jubilee of Plus X which is to commence officially in October next large sums of money have been received from the Cath olics of Argentina Paraguay Chill and other South American States In fact the amount is so large that i1 the Vatican authorities consider it 1tthe best contribution even sent from South America for the support of the Holy See at one time If it had not been for this the Vatican administration would have found itself in Treat difficulties to meet the budget af expense of the present month as really there were no funds available It is expected that before the end of the present year large amounts if money will be received from the Catholics in the United States as a regularly organized work of collection in connection with the Papal jubilee is now going on in that coun ry Commendatore Aquadcrni WllO is the President of the committ rliich has charge of the JJbllce festivIties is doing his utmost to collect a purse of 200000 for t- opes jubilee mass and all indications are that he will succeed FREE LECTURES tacktn Council May Give 0 Series During Winter Months IMackIn Councils meeting Tuesday ight was well attended the members being anxious to hear Messr reICouncil at Owensboro They presented a detailed account of the pro codings of the convention which seemed to please everybody OwIng to the warm weather there has been a lull in the work of the council but it will not be long until the members activeI have for two publicIlectmonthsITuesda icily Thomas Clines Louis Kieffei Ben Held and Austin Walsh a specie immittee to consider the subjec and report as soon as possible This ovemcnt is intended for the benefi of the friends as well as member of the council It is argued that b giving lectures similar to those of the nights of Columbus during the past few years Mackin will show appreciation of the support received from the general public and at the same time doi a great educational work Because of the convention of the Indlaua Grand Council at New Albany It was decided to meet next ondny night instead of Tuesday hen the members of Mackin will cross the river with their degree team and pay their respects to their Indiana brethren Candidates who attend the initiation will receive all the degrees of the order BASE BALL Tomorrow afternoon there will bean exciting ball game at the Louisville pall park the contending teams- being the Kentucky Irish Americans and the Fetters The lineup will be- nsfollowsFetters Marmilotte c Geysel lb OHearn 2b- Deeken s II OBannon 3b Lally 1 f Vance c fj Dugas r f Doyle p Kentucky Irish Americans Eady lb HanC Parsons s s Langan r Iran 2b Dewan 3b Welsh 1 f- Mulloy c f Barry r f Devitt p The game will be called at 3 oclock and OUR Wfcjhing of Philadelphia National League fame will do the um- pirIng Th two teams are evenly balanced and a good game may be- looked for LFORTUNE FOR THE MVLLOYS John M Mulloy the leading retail coffee dealer of this city and his brother Bernard Mulloy of New Albany have been spending the week In Cincinnati where they have ac- qulred Interests that may result in an immense fortune for both The nature of the enterprise we are not yett at liberty to divulge but we will- say that it is one that will create a- greater and more profitable revolution than any we have yet heard of WOMAN WANTED Any middleaged Catholic woman butti a widow with child preferred who would like to secure a comfortable home as houseKeeper for n- poor country clergyman may secure- such a place by applying for further ormatlon at this office While the aua ration will be small the isehold duties will be light and pleasant For t e- riptparty thei surroundings thWt Is a splendid oppor tuntty to obtain a 1IrJ11anelltp1a A FAKED Pictured Used by London Press r to Bring Discredit on Ireland The Graphics Posed Moonlighting Scenes Never Took Place y Irish Members of Parliament Are Offended and Others Disgusted SENSATION IN ROUSE OF COMMONS It is seldom indeed writes the Lon ChicagoTribuneof a nation brings up for discussion theI doings of the newspapers of the land but the present English Pavita til thisWhenCJmmonsdebatednotably during the Crimean war warjusttad again during the ParnellPigott affair history was woven But this ear Parliament has tackled more han one paper There was first of all a little Irish sheet down WexfordTwan then the London Standard came into the limelight closely followed Dal1yGraphicUnquestionablythe most Interesting and caused the greatest stir And the trouble was Englandsaper published the end of last south on July 20 to be accurate There have been a good many cases moonlightingfricts of Ireland On the date mentioned the Graphic came out with a- set a of half page cuts of moonlighting scenes The paper calmly announced that the light had been bad when the alleged outrages occurred and that the enterprising correspondent had waited for better light later and specially posed the actual perpetrators in the acts which they committed and had them photographed Ihe Dritishpublic still takes jaaftgul Tlously and It Is not recorded tuaF iy of the Dally Graphic readers roiled as they viewed the pictures Ini some quarters perhaps the enterprise of the paper was lauded But in the House of Commons the pictures created a sensation Many papersIbers and the Attorney General for- eland Mr Cherry put In an np pearance to answer them But he- gae little satisfaction and still more questions appeared So Mr Cherry appeared for a second time and ap trently now has succeeded in i smoothing down the wrath of the Nationalists He announced that lie had placed tbe matter In the hands of the police The Inspector General of the Royal Irish constabulary stated that the alleged moonlighting outrage had- not been reported and that it was scarcely possible that If they hhd ally occurred the moonlighters would have posed for photographs The Attorney General also said that there was no way to proceed against thu correspondent or the paper that- the Government did not believe the outrages occurred and would drop the matter Many of the Irish members wanted Ule correspondent imprisoned and proceedings taken against the paper John Redmond the Irish leader wanted a law passed prohibiting plpers from publishing such pictures or in fact any picture of I1n- yIrhh outrages Arnold Herbert declared the correspondent ought to be arrested as an accessory after the fact Swift Me Neill was anxious for the correspondent to be prosecuted for libeling a whole people as was Pettier by s Bonaparte when First Consul The member for Cork Mr Flynn was- sure the events never took place He- told r of other pictures supposed to- depict affairs in the County Cork which he swore never occurred The Government was quick to see an opening The Attorney General agreed Instantly with Mr Flynn and so did every one else So it was decided that the events never occurred the Irish members were once more happy and the incident closed But rliaments declaration practically brands the Graphic pictures as glar- Ing fakes In British newspaper circles the whole affair has created a sensation and sonic merriment but the British newspaperman is- aghast at the temerity of the corre 4- pondent in not only being present at thes outrage during the night but in- corralling the moonlighters until the sun rose and then reenacting the- scene in front of his camera This is but another illustration oil the attempts of the prejudiced Lou Jon press to bring discredit upon the- Irish people The foregoing shows how hard up they are for materIal- andI the low methods to which they- resort ABLE TO BE OUT W1f H Newman of the Mor otij whQ underwent an operation at St Anfhonys Hospital was this w k- abletobe up and about iris homeX at l wee Valley aad his friendsIII much pleiwed to know that lie fcl1I urn to hit office next JpJday c n WV d 4 iIRISH RIOAN I KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the Louisville Poitolllce ii Secood Class tatter fs AddresniHCommunicitloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 wet Qreei St 4ScOUNcILSATURDAY OUISVILIvE KY AUGUST 24 1907 HURTS HIS PARTY Mayor Blnghnms course since tnk Ing the reins of government has hurt the Democratic party to such an ex- tent1 that many thoughtful and ex perlenceil men have come to 1 the conclusion that there lo no hope If electingany ticket that may be put I in the field for the Xovembi election His changes have not been I popular and have in no wise iim t proved the service Capable and competent men have been punished b removable from office or reduced to the lowest rank and for what This their friends waltIs the question answered When any of the city em ployes or officials arc removed for te cause there can be no reason for complaint but in how many In stances is this the case We want to he friendly with May c Bingham and therefore believe it wrong to longer remain silent l1is advisers should at once feel the public pulse and then take the prop r steps to prerent him from furthi disrupting the party It is folly for the Mayor to assume that he possesses all the wisdom and is grenter than the party He was one of Ule beneficiaries of the election that wt declared void but never a word 0 protest did he utter until after tht Court of Appeals decision that kicked some down and out kIcked I r hint from the Court House to theI City HnllIPay rolls have been held up path smnlllmrehnntsand now threats are made that some that have been approved by the General Council will be vetoed Henvy expenditures are premediated it i Is rumored and from this It would np pear that economy will soon be thrown to the winds Continue this policy and Democratic defeat Is cer tain especially if Mr Bingham hends the ticket I SELLING ILLEGAL WEAPONS We are heartily in acocrd wIth Judge Blain and Chief Hanger iin t is effort to suppress the cnrrJing of concealed deadly weapons It iis illegal to have these things in ones c possession whether concealed or not and yet there are a score of store in the city of Louisville in whIch murderous knives billies knuckle and other weapons ot the thug and v the coward are exposed boldly in the windows for sale If it is illegal to have these things in ones possessIon what right has the vender of second 5 hand goods not only to have them iin his possession but to offer them for sale The city authorities are grow ing mighty strict in some things anJ right here Is a place where reform i called for If the sale of murderous weapons were abolished there wouli be fewer brawls and less crime TAKES RIGHT VIEW The Hon Augustus E Willsor y comes out plain upon the prohibItion question and sensible men will concede that he taxes the right view or 3 that Important subject This weal r at Maysville Mr Willson made the following declarations All my days I have striven sin- cerelyc and faithfully for temperance and I have practiced what I preached I have no record of taking the saloon mans money thousands and thousands of dollars of It too to get into office and then throwing them downWhile I refuse to make anynnswer to the demands that have been presented qs something which I must answer under pains and penalties threats and disorckr loss and defeat i I take great pleasure in saying that I most earnestly believe in real tem perance but not in a sham grand stand temperance I am most serl qusly and unrelentingly opposed to Intemperance whether In the man who parades as a temperance re former or in the victims of the habit L or temptation I believe unrelent ingly in the rule of the majorityof country of State of county city and precinct even if the majority decides something that the minority r seriously dislikes and objects to pro v4dJed it Isr constitutional I believe that unless those saloons which are djorcJerly and are breeding places otVcrline are shut up and all that Remain are conducted under strict regulations high license and the forfeiture t of the right to sell in case otany abuse of the privilege the people ydl speeillly wipe out the whole yslera as far as it Is humanly practicable r to do so I do not be li et1atab olute prohibition can be uviained in a large city ond I believe that ihe attempt to ddMt simply fortng the law into contempt nd makers a great many people feel bat there are lava which can not an be obeyed which is a very danger idea to a government of the peopli Mr Willson also declared thntlle iculd not be considered a safe mnn for Governor if he yielded or gnve countenance to a fanatical demnnd for the immediate extinction nnd destruction of all that is invested in the manufacture and sale of spIrits Every conservative and thoughtful nan knows or can easily find out lie said that we have more than our glare in Kentucky Invested in these interests probably more rnther than less than 100000000 and 1hnt irobably more rather than less than 20000 men are at work in thIs juhiness in the various branches and jy their labor support their fnm lies and that a very large part none likely more rather than llss lean hnlfot the money deposited In arks in the State is loaned on col aterols of this business and while very sensible man should insist on thorough practical measures to tde Tease our investments in these lInc and change them to other fields no iane or wise man can demand cde- structive and confIscatory measures xcept against lawbreakers BUILD THE SEWERS Within the past few weeks the sale of bonds issued for the construct of sewers has been most satls octory and the prospects for the be Inning of this great work have been materially improved Not a city In the United States is better situati than Louisville and not one perhaj possesses as many natural adva ages With a proper sanitary sJs tlm the city should expand and in into surpass Cincinnati and equnl Chicago in population For ten rears the Kentucky Irish American tas advocated more sewers for the outhern and western sections of our Ity Our future progress depenc irgely upon their Immediate can truction and property hoMer hold insist upon the work beIng tnrted nt once ns the longer it Is eferred the more It will cost a11l1 the less will be their benefits The cost of the right sanitary s stem will be nothing as compared with the blessings that will be bestowed upon all sections of the city Let the worn begin now and not eense until entirely completed The Gaelic Americans abuse of men true to the Ancient Order at ibcrnians will avail nothing Its edItor thinks everybody wrong nml bnd who does not agree with hin once the futility of his attacks JUlit soi long as men of his kind can wield the smallest influence ro long will there be discord and disunion among tIle Irish people From its abuse of men and measures one would judg that it has no principle whatever am thnt a more intolerant paper loes not exist The Bucks Stove Company has applied to the Supreme Court of the DIstrIct of Columbia for an injunc ton against the American Fedcra tlon which has placed the Buck stoves and ranges on the we doni paitronize list Since its falling outI with organized labor the companj Ilns suffered a great loss of traded for this reason asks an injunc tlon that will directly affect all the labor organizations The American Herald of Nei York has a good word to say of in labor troubles Lookinj IIriShmen occurrences of the last few remarks that Farley ant cParlan are exceptions to the rule Irishmen are neither strikebreaker 01 the emissaries of those who seen to divide and betray those United in- the interest of labor and its fair returns NICE RIVER TRIP Text Thursday Company C of the Catholic Knights Uniform Rank wil- lbae its first encampment at ern- Grove and this will afford occasion for a delightful river trip For sometime past the Sir Knights have been arranging a plan of entertainment that will please all who accompany them Capt Hund and his men wlU- drill and then devote their attention to the amusement and entertainment of their friends- BARKER AND THE LADIES If President Thomas A Barker of- tho Louisville Baseball Club wishes to make himself a favorite of the ladles in this town he should arrange more ladles days at the ball park before the season closes The clubs policY ought to be encouragement of tendance of the ladies as they are- the best advertisement possible for- the good of the game and also an- incentive to clean ball One of the- fair sex and an admirer of the game Is authority for the statement that- there have been only two days for thef ladles since the opening Itls up to you PreeldentBarker u t tSSKS6SSSKJS3S3 SOCIETY Mrs Katie C Costigan has been in New York for the past two weeks Miss Louise McCrory will spend her acation in Washington and New York Miss Clare Coady left last Sntur lay for a two weeks visit to friends in St Louis Miss Nellie Burke of Jeffersoneft last week on a pleasure trip to Petoskey Mich Ben J Sandman has been enjoying n season of rest and recreation at Irennon Springs Mrs J R Pitts of Detroit tcb is visiting her mother Miss II Mai 1122 Zane street Will Keceuver and wife of NeV ilbany are home after slting riends in Chicago Mrs James Canty and daught has Fannie are at White Mills for a stay of two weeks Miss Mayme McGuire of South ouisville is spending two weeks with friends in Chicago Misses Rosa Dalton Minnie FInn amI Mayme Kuhn have been Isltlng riends at Valley Station Miss May Ktrley left Friday to pend two weeks with her sIster Irs Tony Norton at PIttsburg Major Edward Burke has returned from New York and is again in harge of the night police force Miss Nannie Miller and Stnsia Gllt nnne local social favorites are en jying a vacation at White Mills Misses Mamie Dillon and EVIl ercer left Saturday for Bosh few York and Old Point Comfort Miss Lillian Davis left Wcdnesdi for Indianapolis and Cedar PoInt here she will spend her vacation George W Murphy left Snturdny for a ten days trip to New Yorle oston Philadelphia antI Pittsburg Misses Julia and Nona llolleran of- the East End have gone to Dawson Springs for a vacation of two weeks Ir and Mrs Eugene Sullivan and aughter Miss Margaret have been spending a week at Hnrdtn Sprint Frank Reeder and wife and daugh tel Miss Anna of Portland hne lleen spending the weck nt Atlantic ity Iriies Margaret Norton and Ruth cCarthy left last Sunday to spend two weeks at Lily White Sulphur wings Iss Elsa Spaninger a pretty oris Itor from Indianapolis is here to- pond two weeks as theguest of 1ss ILItllnn Brucker Dr Charles Molr left Ulls Irsto spend the rest of the summer with relatives at London and st arys Canada ICharles F Taylor Tr and Car aylor have been spending a most ijoyable vacation at Lilly WhIte Sulphur Springs George Fltzgibbons a pojruli ember of the local fire departmen wilt spend two weeks at the Jame town Exposition Irs Frank Heck who has been siting her sister Mrs Frank Feh In the Highlands has returned tto- hcr home in Chicago Miss Lizzie ItHey left Tuesday for- New York and Atlantic City Befor turning home she will visit the mestbwn EpQsltlonIMisses Susie and Alice Walsh of- New Albany will be home Honda from a two weeks trip to Phila delp1tla and Atlantic City Mrs Edward Cowan and children of Dayton Ohio have been spending the week with Mrs Nancy O el1- tWest Brecklnridge street Miss Mamie Fallon had as ller- AUest this week Miss Margaret Vat ttta of Shelby county with whom- she visited for two weeks IVilllam G Fitzgerald formerly of- thIs city but now connected with ia icinnatl firm spent a few daJs- with friends here this week Miss Margaret OBrien left Wednesday for a long Eastern trip and will- visIt New York Boston and other- Inrge cities before returning Miss Mary Kelly the winsome gen- eralI delivery clerk at the New Al nypostofflce has returned to her- post after a fifteen days vacation resse S Redman and wife nee- Miss Katie Kessler who were married at St Patricks church have returned from their honeymoon trip iliss Lillle Dabelsteln one of Loutsvilles prettiest and most popular girls has returned after a two week sojourn at Hardln Springs llss Rose Connelly has returned to her home in South Louisville after n two weeks visit with Mr and Mrs- Stephen Connelly 2234 Garland ave nue Jrs William Patterson of 260- 9West Main street has returned home- nfter spending n month with- friends In Chicago and the North westt lUsses Mary Ryan and Agnes Foley of this city and Jennie and Nelli- eTIoughtonof New Albany have returned from a weeks outing at am- moth Cave Use Ella Flaherty Recording Be- cratary of Branch B C K andLof A has been visiting at Newport as the guest of Misses Margaret and c L n n 1 Edna Emmett The next regular rooting of Branch 6 has beensus pended on account of Miss Flnhertys absence Misses Annie Curran and Rose plensantIsltwe the guests of Mr and Mrs Daniel Curran Mr and Mrs Meyer II Hilpp 2 rand Mrs Frank Reeder and daughter and Miss Rosie Bannon have gone to Atlantic City where they will spend a month Misses Flora Pope and MGarie aloney have returned home from a two weeks visit to Chicago where they were the guests of Messrs Rand ent Joseph lop = I Capt Thomas Maher Chief of the letective force has returned from ills ten days vacation and his friends will rejoice to know that he Is feelingI better than for a long time past Mrs James K Leahy and neIce hiss Daisy MorrIsseY are making an xtended Eastern trip and will Iamestown Washington New visitII ind Niagara Falls before inbusl1George IL Pope prominent less circles in Denver Col arrhcd here Saturday for a visit of three weeks with his sister Mrs T J Baloney 328 West Breckinrld street Mrs C J Enright after a please Isit with friends here returned to her home in Cincinnati nccompnnicdI I by Miss Josephine E Byrne Jrom here they went to New York to jj- tr joIn Enright Miss Abble G Hennessy the popular Cumberland phone operator at he Old Inn Is oft on her vacation and has been visiting at Sweet Sulphur Springs as the guest of Mr and irs L T Sliep Mr and Mrs Matthew P Corcoran nUll daughter Miss Annabelle are at Atlantic City They will be gone for everal weeks and before returning will visit Washington New York Clt nnd other Eastern points Announcement of the engagcme nml approaching marriage of Joseph ontana and Miss Lillian Drucker will be a pleasant surprise to tthe any friends of both The date ifor the ceremony has not yet been set A party consisting of Mr and Mi udwnrd Laswell W S Sands John I lnge and Misses Clara Belle OCon nor Sylvia Sands Goldie Laswe Inry Catherine Pnge and nster I Jeorge Laswell will leave shortly 1 for lichigan City Benton Harbor nnd Chicago Mrs Mary Mackey and Mrs ary Shelton left last week for a trip to I Ulantlc City At Washington they fere joined byr and Jrs awrence Shelton nee Mnckey and heir daughter Elizabeth whosc guests they will be for several week after they have visited Eastei poInts of interest Misses May and Virginia Cowa who have been here for several weeke the guests of their aunts t- isles Inll ONell 1test Breckinrld treet will leave tomorrow for thdr home at Dayton Ohio During their lay several entertainments were ghen in their honor and they ere xtenslvely entertained An engagement just announce thnt will interest a wide circle of- I friends and admirers is that of Ml ss I nose Fedler the charming and popu Inr daughter of Mr and Mrs J C- II tiller and Edward F Hickey whose arriage will be solemnized by the Rev Father Connolly at St Brigid church on Wednesday September 4 Mrs William M HIggIns and daughter Miss Hattie Higgins left jsterdny for an extended visit to rel- ativesI In Rochester and Srrncusa N Y Before returning they will spen a week with Rev John J HIggins brother of the editor of the Kentucky Irish American at Truxton where they expect to meet Mr Higgins on- their way home Mr Bernard Morthorst and Misse CatherIne and Cecilia Morthors leave this evening for CovIngton where they will attend the marring of John W Gerwe a well known Cin clnnati jeweler and Miss Clara Pohl- Iman one of Covingtons prettiest nnd popular girls which will be I I stIncting as best man The Mlsse orthorst will visit friends in several Ohio cities before returning home Holy Trinity church in New Albany- was the scene of a pretty marrIage ceremony Tuesday morning when iss Cordelia Theiler became the- bride of Niholas Roth Father Curran was the celebrant of the nuptia mnss and performed the ceremony The bride is the accomplished daugh ter of Mrs John Bryne and popular nmong her circle of friends The groom is the son of Peter Roth Superintendent of St Marys cemetery Immediately after the cere- many the newly wedded couple left- for Marlon Ill where Mr Roth has- for orne time been engaged in business Miss Mary Ridge of East Broad way entertained Monday night in- honor of her guest Miss Bessie Donn- bue of St Louis Those present were Misses Bessie Donahue Helen Resch Margaret Hennessy Ophelia Zehnder Elsie Reach Anna May Raw ley Tessie Michael Ella May Pitt Gertrude Weeneman Catherine az- zoni Abbie Chester Stella Bowman Ednn Koch Mary Ridge Messrs Harry Stevens Jerry Drlscoll Al IIerrmnn Henry Michael Charles Mazzoni Arthur Hamlet Joseph Mnz- zonl Will CannQn Woody Mattingly JIarry Veeneman Fred Hinkebein John Hennessy Christ Lamkey Fred Zehnder Louis Specnt and Frank Robbins On Wednesday night the- same party was entertained by Miss Catherine Mazzoni and on Thursday the guests at aeenlng they were 8uJ1per at Fontaine Ferry ParkI Theater audiences are sometimes electrlftedbut more often they are sbocked t f at PILGRIMAGES Unworthy AntiClerical Sat urualta Causes Suspension For Present The Popes opinion of the nntl clerical demonstrations in Rome is expressed in a letter the Paris Vicar General has received from Cnrdlnnl Merry del Val advising the postponement of the French pilgrimage in- consequence of the Impossibility at answering for the safety of the pll grims The Pope prefers not to expose pilgrims especially Bishops nnd priests to the danger of being IIn suited during their journeys to Rome and their sojourn in that city The Cardinal adds that when the present unworthy anticlerical saturnalia Is over the Pope will be most de lighted to receive representatives of the various nations in Rome during the jubilee year but under present conditions he thinks It prudent to recommend the postponement of Ithe visits The pilgrimage under the gulllnnee of Mgr Amette Coadjutor Arch Ishop of Paris has accordingly been id journcdTHE SECRET OUT The relatives and friends iof Charles Welch son of John Wet HI East Fourth street and Mlss Cellie May Miller daughter of Nlc alas Miller 322 Vlncennes street few Albany were let into the secret ast Monday that those worthy oung people had been quietly mnr fed on August 12 at the rectory of loly Trinity church by the Re rather Charles Curran The news time as a pleasant surprise to man3 iiio have been extending congratul tons with the wish that their mnr rled life may be long and happy INDIANA GRAND COUNCIL Every arrangement has been per acted for the Y M I Grnnd Council convention thnt opens Monday in Sew Albany Unity Council has mnlle extensive preparations for the ten ertnlnment of the delegates anll isitors two big features being the iver excursion Monduy night nml the supper and smoker nt the club IOTISC Wednesday night Tnesdc light nt Holy Trinity Hall the il1e rees of the Institute will be cnn erred and the ritual exemplified b tIle splendid team from Mnckln Coun cll this city REGRET Ins LEAVING Dr Charles L Molr former At s istnnt Superintendent at the City Hospital and one of Louisvilles most popular and promising young Ilh3 icians left Tuesday for West Ylr inn where he has accepted the position of physician for one of the argesb coal companies in that Stnte nt a very remunerative salary Dr fairs legion of friends and patient hough regretting his departs pleased over 1hlR rom this cityare good fortune arid wish him unlmitc success in his new field of labor SHOT WENT OVER HEAD Patrolman Frank Cnmfield hail a ether disagreeable experience Tue ay night While on the wny to male his post nnd in the vicinity at lay and Fulton streets some mls rennt fired two shots at him from out the darkness but fortunate ioth passed over his head The ouldbe assassins were hid anion hIgh weeds in a vacant lot and ns Jon as the shots were fired the took to flight and made their escape The attack has caused much sut prlsl as the officer is popular and iis- not known to have a single enemy GOING SOME The Y M I of the Indiana juri 111ctlon is going some these dayss Graml President Riley of Indian npolls last week instituted a councl at01lntoni Ind and on Sunday with other officers visited Detroit wher other promising council was or inized and the members initiated the past week PresidentIDuringvisited East St Louis Tipton Dgansport Batcsvllle and Lafayette land preliminaries were arranged for- the organization of a council at each I of those places ENJOYED OUTINGS The Knights of Columbus and theIr dy friends enjoyed the outing mrsdny at Fern Grove where th committee had every arrange ent perfceted for their comfort and con nlence There was a large attendance and the field games were IinterestingICatholic Knights n very celebration ant outing at the White City The at ndance was not as large ns wns expected but all present had a good time HEART DISEASE FATAL Mrs Anna Bowman wife of Joseph Dowman died Tuesday afternopn ot orgnnlc heart disease at her home 1422 West Chestnut street She was fortyfour years old and the mother of eleven children ten of whom were- with her when the end came Mrs Dowmnn moved here with her hits nd and family from Marion county about three years ago and her many womnnly qualities won for her B- Inrge number of friends who mourn- ller death The funeral was held- from the Sacred Heart church Thursday morning the Rev Patrick Walsh officiating at the solemn mass ot requiem WINCHESTER Quite an enjoyable Reunion took- place last week at Winchester when neve Father McCaffrey of Mt Ster llng Mrs Mary McCaffrey and niece Katherine McCaffrey of Chicago Thomas Follard of New Jer soy and Miss Mary Welch of ott- Sterling were the guests of Mrs W- andW Mrs C B George IRISH UTOPIA enedictq a Catholic town In- UalnerealzeB If not the poets At l ast the practical mana conception c r JIt 1 jIf NNN NN NN NN+ONNO +N NNOe NN+NNO I The Haager Stock of Mens Shoes I 250 SHOES This stock having been closed out sameS1 01 Z 350 SHOES leathers Some new Fall goods just i and they go too at the cut prices 2 48in Haagers 250 Shoes for I98 350 Shoes for 248 t r 1 s I WESTI I Ii BOSTON INCORPORATED SHOE COIi Nt NNfaONNN NONANM 0 NNNO NNSN NNOV Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES MONTY TO LOANCUMBo PHONE MAINI 27y Room I Law Bldgl Center and Green MENSAND YOUTHS 2250 20 AND 18 SUITSAT LEVYSFOR 10 BUSINESS SUITSIN FANCY PATTERNSAND ANDBLUE SERGES ONTAINE FERRY PAR F THB PARK DBAUTIFU- LADMISSION FREE HIGHCLASS VAUDEVILLE 6STAR ACTS6 FREE BAND CONCERTS Afternoon and Night FREE OUTDOOR ATTRACTIONS Other Popular Features UNIX 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 sntracts Olllee Hours Home Phofl 9 to 4 612- 1RR JeJeFRANJ f SULLI VAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE of Utopia It was founded by Right- nev Benedict Fenjvlck then Bishop of Boston in 1825 and was settled by Irish Catholics Their descendants sturdy American Catholics run th- town no one but Catholics live there now Likely no one but Catholics will ever live there The town Is- forty miles from any other town and 100r miles from a railroad It has electrio lighting macadamized roads fine buildings ltIs crjmwlese jail It I It It It Cumb Phone M389 HomeThone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUPACTURBRS O- PPUREICECREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice and we separate our own cream This- enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price thanour competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST It It It It If It H FO- RFurniture Of all kinds at the lowest ricfsii Go to WM + F+ MAYER I 419 W MARKET STREET OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Denial work dons for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H1J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co Photos Made At Night By Engagement WY RANT BROS- Photographers BRIDAL PARTIES A SPECIALTY Now at 578 Fourth Avenue CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed KENT AAJI J1 PULL CLEANERI Ladles and pants Wearing Apfirel WORK GUARANTEED Plloa spar 529 Filth Strttt ess poorhouseless free from deb t md ideally administered U C e t 1 INTpCKYJIU8H A1QBiYZiOAN J T BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky B BANNONPrit Kentucky Vitrthade Brick Ca INCORPORATED lol1UfaotUrer 02 VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia Are Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 073 TELEPHONE 1252 Uran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 H + t t t t t ++ + t + + + + + + + D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT EmbalmersiiFuneral Directors and Both Phon iAlli 1231 WEST MARKET STREET i+ HH + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS X38 East Main Street v J E TRACY t H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 303 j f TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS car STREETShort111111111111111111l1lIl11 Jr1 t 111111111111111 T THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer t TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonvills hospttalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very teas t unable For further particulars apply o n MOTHfcR MARY REQINAf- lERCY HOSPITAL L Sparks Avenge JeHtraoavlilc lid dive year boys IB education that will prepan these for life H ST XAVIERS COLLEQ i 12 W Broadway LonUvlll Ky Coadlltttd by tile Xerka Broth CSuaIe- aIoIeie aadlJu eu course Pn De eaysersadees ra 0 tI PETER M ANDRIOT E 830N3 WAGONN MINUFICTLRERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN ST- REETMANHATflN RESTAURANTA- ND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN PAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST toOTTO B TENT Proprietor Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEI LOUIS WABNITZ CO Pripriitirs 339 FIFTH STREET a r U HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes There are 330 divisions in Penn sylvanla with total assets of oyer 330000 The total strength of the Ladles Auxiliary now aggregates 5300 membersThe divisions organized 1in Pennsylvania this year will cause a big increase In membership Michigan reports a large increase in the auxiliary membership during the past month and will soon reach the 3100 mark The picnic held by the order I1in Milwaukee was one of the most sue cessful ever held In that city there being over 7000 paid admissions 1 of Milwaukee hasI IDivision 100 annually for students in the parochial schools who excel In the study of Irish history Recent advices from Miss Mali National President are that prospects are bright for a further increase of 10000 in the auxiliary before the Indianapolis convention I The three divisions of Seattle joIn in one meeting each month in hold ing a social session and the method has proven a strong factor In up building the order Pennsylvanial State Board of I IThea silk banner to the count the least percentage of sus I pensions according to memberhhl during the year 1907 In every State the Ladles Aux iliary is most heartily encouraged bj Bishops and clergy manyof whon are taking an active part in the up building of the society To raise funds to put two windows in St Veronicas church Divisions GJ and 94 of Philadelphia will give a combination excursion to Xew Yorl and Coney Island on Sunday Sep tember 15- Maryland State officers were greatly encouraged by the sub stantial donation of 150 from tin National Hoard for extension work Like interest in Kentucky would be appreciated If John Flanagan retains his laurels in the New York Hibernian contests on September 1 he will goto England in October to compete for the worlds championship at the British international sports There will be an Important meet- Ing of the National Board at Atlan tic City next week Rev Father Brync of Indiana and Major Mc Crystal of New York will not be present as both are in Ireland The first general reunion of mem bers of the upper peninsula divisions in many years will be held at Mar quette Mich on August 31 The feature of the morning will be a big parade In the afternoon there will hea varied programme of sports and in the evening a grand ball The annunl carnival of the New York Hibernians will be held at Celtic Park on Sunday September 1 Arrangements are being made to make the day a memorable one The athletic feature of the carnival will be particularly interesting in view of the fact that a number of worlds champions will compete and National resident Cummings will present the prizes SLATED FOR HONORS Rector of the American Col loge May Be Appointed Archbishop It is understood that Mgr Ken nedy the popular rector of the American College in Rome is des tined to receive in the near future an important recognition of the splendid services he has rendered and still renders the church It is known his name was included among those of the candidates for the Bishopric of Fall River but the Pope himself has said he did not wish- CennedyI should for a moment leave Rome as he wishes him to complete the work he has begun after which he will see that a position more important than that at Fall River is given him It is hinted that Mgr Kennedy may end by being appoint ed Archbishop without having first been Bishop as was done in the cased Mgr Thirty Archbishop of Manila SIXTY DAYS VISIT Morris Kennedy of Jeffersonvillc who went to Panama over a year ago arrived home last week on a sixty lays furlough He says he was jcnrlprobably return His position there isr a remunerative one FRANCIS GATIIOF BETTER Francis Gathof the bright little lion of Mr and Mrs Frank A Gathof of West Madison street who last Saturday underwent the third operation for appendicitis is resting easy amI making nice progress toward re avery at the Graystreet Infirmary but it will be two weeks or more before he can be removed to his home lIOTUERSVJJJATION Every one in summer needs a vaca tionbut mother Who ever heard of mother needing a vacationunless she was a young widow As a rule mother trudges along every day rom early morn until late at night scarcely ever complaining She never binges of inking a vacation and nobody else ever thinks she needs one Always something to do for someone else All the children young and oM she thinks needs a vacation but never one for herself Her answer invariably is What would the house do if I would take a vacation Yet mother needs a vacation worse than my ode In the house She should iave It It will prolong her life and be a great source of comfort and iappnee to all around her n SOCIETY DIRECTORY Aa Iii- DIVISION 1 Meets oln the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month President Thomas D Clines I Vice President James J Kilkell Recording Secretary Thomas i Keenan Jr- Financial 0ISecretary P J Cuslcl CourthouseII DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third FrIday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owen Keiran- Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Kean eYe DIVJSON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thursday evenings oJt Each Month Northeast corner of Seventeenth and YnlnPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phll Cavanaugh Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial Secretary John Hesslon 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sergeantatarms Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut President Jseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl llott Recording Secretary Frank P BurkeFinancial Secretary W J Con nelly 1700 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Lenihan SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE- Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouis Constan tlnrPresldentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary J E Murphy TreasurerMichael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y 3VI I MACK3N COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Event gs at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J sand First Vice President John T Ken- ney Second Vice PresidentFrank Lan han Recording Secretary Ben Reed Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J iancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber HumphreyInside Andrlot Outside Sentinel O irge Bartsch Independent of All Undertakers iKATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 620 W St Catherine Both Phones KNIGHTS OF iOLUBBSt I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where With 531000 in its treasury the ruler can be said to be in excellent onditionThe nlghts of ONell Neb have let the contract for their new build- Ing which will cost about 15000 Owensboro Knights are making arrangements for another initiation in the near future probably next month When Edward L Ilearn became Su ireme Knight the total membership was 42000 Since then it has in sreased to 180000 But one Southerner was given office at the national convention Vic tor J Dorr of Georgia was elected me of the National Directors The new quarters of the council at Oswego N Y will be ready for iccupancy early in October and will iccommodate over 300 persons The proposed endowment of 500000 for the Catholic University vlll be raised by the members contributing fifty cents each yearly for five years Neil OBrien and Dockstaders min trels were guests at a clam bake given Wednesday In their honor by the Binghamton council Nell was born in Binghamton and was one of the first members to join the council there The order flourishes in every State and Territory of the United States in every province of the Dominion of Canada Prince Edward Island New Brunswick Nova Scotia the Philip ilne Islands and the republic of Mexico LAWN EUCHRE An ice cream social and euchre wills held on the lawn adjoining the residence of Mrs B Duncan 319 Tweli ysixth street on next Tuesday evening It will be under the aus ices of the Surprise Club a well known organization of charity workers in the West End and Is deserving of liberal patronpge THEATER SEASON OPENING The local theatrical season opened this week and all have done big business Monday the Masonic will open with Lena Rivers a drama thnthas everywhere found high far Macauleys and the Mary Anderson wm also soon open their doors the former with Fields minstrels and the latter with vaudeville The Buckingham was crowded nightly this week and the attraction ming next is one of the best in the Empire circuit I a Y PIIRELAND y Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The rainfall this season has been phenomenal making it without Iloubt the dampest known in a hundred yearsThe Louth branch will senl Michael Matthews and Joseph Dui nil delegates to the Dublin convention of the National Council Messrs Bernard Kelly and Patrb Murphy were appointed to represent the Dundalk branch at the National Council meeting In Dublin The flax growing industry seems to be gradually reviving in some dli tricts as a good proportion of the land Is under that crop this year James Wormall has been appointed n Justice of the Peace for Armog on the recommendation of Lord Gos ford his Majestys Lieutenant f01 the county Under the auspices of the Unite Irish League and the Ancient Order of Hibernians a very large National 1st meeting was held at Castleblane on the 15th- Margaret Quinn of Ilognns lane Ardee was found dead by her husband For some time her mind hnll been affected and luring the nigh she arose and hanged herself One of the many illustrations of what is being done in various way s throughout industrial Ireland Is the fact that Tipperary gloves are find ing a ready sale in London shops Hugh Corr of Crossmaglen hit been appointed to the Commission of the Peace for the CountyiIC Armagh on the recommendation iof Lord Oosford Lord Lieutenant of the county Samuel Kennedy aged fort tw1 and a well known merchant or Clones who had been apparently 1 In his usual health up to Wcdnesdn morning was seized with cerebral hemorrhage and died in a few hours Wednesday evening a young man named Cross while haying at his residence near Castleblnnuy fell from a hay rack and broke lila neck expiring shortly after the acciden and before medical aid could be summoned Deep regret followed the death of Michael McMahon which occurred it the Yliitwortli Hospital He wm It comparatively young and robust nan and an esteemed resident of arrickmacross In which he con noted a prosperous business Nicholas Murphy the Ballyhak merchant will represent South Kll cenny in Parliament succeeding Fames OMara who resigned Mur hy was proposed by Hev John Joyle and seconded by Rev John Jrennan and had no opposition The death of Mrs Elizabeth Wilson rife of John Wilson of Newbliss ook place at the mature age ol ightytwo after being In falling icalth for some time Possessed of xtremc generosity and 1 kindness she ns held in high esteem and the fu icral to Killocran church was nrgely attended Two sad bathing fatalities are reported from the South of Ireland one of the victims being Rev Father Keeffe a native of Thurles and the other a young lady named Miss Smith of Roscrea Fathed OKceffc who was staying at Lisdoonvarnu was drowned while bathing at Doolin oft the Clare coast Three other unIlortunatelender assistance the place where the drowning occurred being very langerous The other fatality occurred a Kilkee where Miss Smith vas wading off the rocks and was wept out by a tidal wave A boat apliiiy put out to her assistance and she was brought ashore and medical aW quickly in attendance but life was found to be extinc- tDISAPPOINTMENT teigns at Vatican Over the Prohibition of Pll grimagres Rome cablegrams say great disap ointment reigns at the Vatican ov r- the prohibition of the first pii images in connection with the lopes jubilee which would certainly bave caused some trouble as the pilgrimages were to have been begun on September 20 the anniversary of- the fall of the temporal power which day is always devoted to anticlerical demonstrations However the fes rifles to celebrate the fiftieth anni ursary of Pope Plus entrance into the priesthood will last for one year ending in September 1008 so that there is quite time for the present danger to pass away and for many pilgrimages to come It is true says the same authority that the Pontiff has not been well lately but there is nothing in the edition of his health to cause im icdlate alarm The weather suddenly became very severe and Its ef fect upon the Pope was aggravated by his heavy robes and want of exercise The Pope takes no exercise in- hot weather his gardens being even more oppressive than his palace The only remedywould seem to be form to get over his aversion to motoring and take frequent airings in the motor car of Ills Secretary of State TAKING VACATION Rev Father Edward Boes pastor oft St Aloysius church at Pewee Valley has been sojourning at French Lick Springs for the past week on- his annual vacation This is a much needed rest for Father Boes as he certainly labors hard in building up- his struggling parish PRETTY CHURCH The Rev Father Peckscamp the zealous and energetic pastor of St arys church at Lanesville twelve miles northwt sir of New Albany has- begun the work and is superintend ing the extensive repairs that arc being made and which when com pleted will render it one of the II FRANK fEUR BREWING CO NOORPORA ED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone Halo 1913 1913THE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky 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fr GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 884937321 MHEPARD Prlldlnt MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN o k- A ns 5c a- Glass SQg MAMnSiMI BET THIRD AHDJOUKTH INCORPORATED PopularPrices August Furniture Sale NOW GOING ON II priceIIEvery piece of Furniture in the house reduced in If you have any Furniture needs or if you expect to Ihaveany in the near futureit will be to your advan 8- i tage to buy it now I FURNITURE SOLD ON THE CLUB PLAN I Which enables members to pay for the goods in weekly or monthly payments For full information apply at our office on the second floor iM2I Mal5Ml5 I5M CHILD LABOR Inspector Tom Scally Looking After Covln ton and Newport State Labor Inspector Thorns Scally of this city has returns from a tour of inspection to Coving ton and Newport where with Assistant Inspector William Young lIe visited a number of places to see that child labor was not employed Under the law Inspector Scally is required to submit a biennial report to the Legislature showing the labor conditions throughout Kentucky another statistics of the industrial growth of the State The report of Inspector Young will be embodied in Scallys report which he is now pre paring for the State Legislature The enforcement of the child labor law in Kenton and Campbell counties as compared with that of other counties was investigated by Inspector Scally during his tour and in both iit was found that the child labor laws were being observed This was In spector Scallys first official visit to Newport and Covington and he was highly pleased with the evidences of prosperity and satisfactorycondi tions that exist there ENTER NEW FIELD French Nuns Leave Kentucky to Establish Home In Missouri The Sisters of Mount Zion a french colony of nuns from the rlent who have dwelt during tUo past three years at the former homed the Sisters of Mercy on the New burg road have left the Louisville diocese and are now stationed at Marshall In the Kansas City diocese order the jurisdiction of the Right ev Bishop Hogan The French ichool which they opened on Fern dale avenue was patronized by many ladies of this city These French rams have academies in not ony Europe and S nth America but throughout Palestine and other sec ions ii Asia They were ex juisitely educated The former icademy has been taken in charge jy a small nunber of Ursuline Sisters from the Sacred Heart Academy md the Ursuline Convent at Shelby md Gray streets where they will establish a home for their order BISHOP FROM CHINA roused Great Interest In Native Dress at Enchar Istlc Congress The greatest Interest was aroused In the course of the Eucharistic Congress In Metz by the presence of an ecclesiastic with fully developed pigtail and drooping mustache dressed in Chinese raiment over which was worn a Bishops cassock Curiosity was further intensified when the Bishop of ShanTung for iiich was the strange churchmans itle addressed the meeetlng in German with a pronounced Lorraine accent Later It was discovered that the supposed Chinese was a native of Lorraine named Wittner who had been a Catholic missionary in the Far East since 1878 during which intotoadopted their habits and mode of dress and hardly ever spoke anything but Chinese Ue found he thus was able to reach the heathen with added facility Until the meetingof the Eucharistic Congress he had not been home for nearly thirty years HEARD REPORT Trinity Council Y M L had a good attendance present Tuesday evening many evincing interest In the sport of Delegate Ed Wulf concern- Ing the proceedings ot the recent tate convention at Owensboro Tho report was complete and satisfying and was well received especially so being the fact that Mr Wulf had been elected First Grand Vice Presl lent Second Vice President Jos leheinann presided ih the absence of resident Conkling and the glad hhnd was extended to Henry Stoerr ai former familiar figure at Trinitys neetlns and who responded u by making and encouraging talk concerning the clubhouse Trinity will soon begin tits winter campaign and when the end comes the membership may have the pleasure of meeting in the new clubhouse one that will surpass any that the order now own- sRECENT DEATHS The funeral of Charles Amlung son of Jacob and Theresa Amlung who died Wednesday at the Tamil residence 1204 Rogers street will take place this morning from St Aloysius church A dutiful and lov tig son his parents have sustained a heavy loss and have the sympathy of many friends The last sad rites over the remain of Mrs Katie Aupley were hel Sunday afternoon at St Cecilia church Mrs Aupley was the mothe of Mrs Thomas J Ticrney 1DGG Portland avenue and was well known and highly respected here am in Indianapolis The interment vain St Louis cemetery Gertrude Hauser eighty years of age and one of the pioneer members of St Anthonys church died Thurs day morning at her home 523 Eigh teenth street She was a devout Catholic and had long been fully pre pared for the final summons tier funeral will take placo this morn ing at 9 oclock from the church where she so long worshiped Mrs Katherine Waller aged fifty six years who resided with her son inlaw Henry Seller 503 East Ormsb avenue passed into eternal rest Tuesday afternoon She was well known and highly respected In the neighborhood in which she resided and her death caused widespread sorrow throughout St Vincent dc Pauls parish of which she was a de rout member Her funeral took place yesterday1 morning with a requiem mass and was largiiy attended After a long and exemplary life Mrs Frances Unrig aged seventy seven years passed to her eternal reward Wednesday evening death re sulting from infirmities incident to her advanced age For many years she made this city her home and hero raised a family of which she had reason to feel proud Mrs Uhrlgs husband Adam Uhrig died years ago and she is survived by two daughters Mrs William J Norton and Mrs Charles Heverin and three sons Edward Charles and John Uhrig Her funeral took place yes terday morning from St Mary Magdalens church Rev Father Causepohl officiating at the requiem mass INTEREST IN BOWLING The coming season promises to be a banner one In the bowling game much Interest now being manifested in the organization of the different leagues and a record breaking list of entries is sure for the national tournament at Cincinnati In Febru try The Falls City Bowling League which is considered Louisvilles pre nice bowling organisation has organized with the following list of teams Kentucky Irish American Squire Adams Rathskeller ONeal b0 Neal Sutcllffe Ferncliffe Korn Crackers and Coca Cola The officers of the league are John J Barry President R B Smith Vice Presi dent D J Gleeson Secretary and J 0 Minnegerode Treasurer The season will open Tuesday September 10 PRIZE BABY SHOW Next week will be a record breaker at Fontaine Ferry the feature of which will be the baby show that opens Monday and closes Saturday Prizes aggregating 300 in value and ncluding such handsome gifts as diamond rings gold watches baby carriages etc are to be distributed among the winners and babies ranging in age from six months to three ears fat thin pretty ugly or otherwise will have a chane to compete in this novel contest Special prize of 30 in gold wilt be given to the best sets of twins and triplets md competition among this class promises to be especially keen On the new vaudeville bill which will be introduced at the Hopkins Pavil ion will be a number of acts new to Louisville theatergoers Miss Emma artridge the favorite vocalist will continue as soloist in the free con certsand will be heard in conjunction with Cooks splendid band every ifternopn and evening lrI n I Popular Sheet Music at I IFOR LABOR DAY I Fitting Celebration Will Take Place at Phoenix Hill The committees arranging for the celebration of Labor day at Phoenix Hill Park have perfected every detail and if the weather man does not in teriare the largest gathering for many years will assemble there The proceeds will be for the benefit of the new school at St Pauls church and every effort will be made to realize a good sum to aid Father Thomas York in his big undertaking The programme includes euchre for the afternoon and night with many handsome prizes Besides there will I allIsters two of whom will receive 3 In gold each For this event no en trance fee will be charged Every boy attending will be given a free chance on a fine Angora goat wagon and harness and some little fellow will ride home happy in a dandy ig In addition the ladies of the congregation will serve another of their famed dinners which will cost but a quarter There will be ninny diversions and amusements and the admission will be only ten cents CLERICAL CHANGES Rev Lambert Kenrlck Comes to Local Passionist Monastery Rev Lambert Kendrick C P ar rived Wednesday from Holy CrossCol lege at Cincinnati and will for the present be stationed at the Passion ist Retreat on the Newburg road near the city Rev Father Marcellus of the retreat was transferred to the place made vacant by Father Lam bert and will teach at the college during the coming year Rev Father Benedict Hanley C P reached home the same day from Clementsville Liberty and other towns in the State where he has been giving missions during the summer months At Lib erty rather Benedict preached to a splendid congregation of all denomi nations in the Christian church of that place and was Invited to return and give a course of lectures to the residents of that vicinit- yFONTENOY Monument to Irish Heroes Who Pell In the Famous Battle The unveiling of the monument re icntly erected by Irishmen on the battlefield of Fontenoy in honor of the Irish heroes who fell in the famous battle of 1745 when they vol inteered to serve against England with France is scheduled to take place tomorrow with impressive ceremonies arrangements for which have ong been under way The Mayor of Dublin and a delegation of prominent IrIsh citiens will visit Belgulm for the occasion and the Mayor will pre side over the unveiling The monument consists of a Celtic cross of Irish granite The location is not Jar from Waterloo Money was contributed from allI parts of Ireland toward the construction of the monument The Belgian Government will be officially repre- sentEd at the festivities and a grand eception will be given to the Lord tfoyor of Dublin and to the repre icntutives of Ireland who will come over to attend the ceremony LAWN FETE FRIDAY The ladles of St Frances of Rome parish will entertain their friends with a lawn fete on the grounds at ayne and Cavewood avenues next rlday August 30 This affair was to have originally been given August 8 but was postponed on account of rain on that date The committee of ladles in charge promise a pleasant evening to those attending Those of our readers who have never a night in Clifton should spentI vantage of this opportunity to meet rather Thomas White and the hos iltable people of his congregation who will have a time 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