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L I ii 0 C 7 7r w I I I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XXK NO 1 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 4 1908 PRICE F1VECEN I PATRIOTISM a OfHibernians Will Bubble Over at Grand Outing Held Today Thousands to Take Advantage of Attractions to be Offered II Irish Athletic Gaines Chariot Races Dancing and Fireworks COUNTY BOARDS GREAT WORK Under the auspices of the Jefferson County Board the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Louisville will assem oble for their annual outing and field day event at the White City this afternoon and evening County Presi dent John A Murphy and his colleagues t from each of Louisvilles four r divisions have been at work on the I details for several weeks and promise an enjoyable time 4o all who attend The Hibernians of Jeffersonville nnd New Albany have signified thelr in tention of joining their Kentucky brethren in the festivities Besides there are thousands of men women and children who are friendly to the members of the order who will take advantage of todays enjoyable out IngThe Irish are a patriotic people They love the land of their adoption as well as the old land that gave them or their sires birth and todays cele bration will be the occasion for a two fold event the 132nd anniversary of Independence vivo for a brief period the athletic games from the old land whence they sprung It will serve to bring together the Irish people from all over the three Falls Cities to make them better acquainted better patriots and better Hibernians There will be amusements for nil The park management will furnish chariot and other races while the athletic games will be played by soroeofthebSst athletes in the city mere will also be egg races and po tato races for boys and girls dancing with an excellent band in the pavilion a concert by Prof Morbachs band tf say nothing of the shootthe chute laundry and other attractions furnished by the park managers At- M night there will be a grand display of fireworks Both day nnd night thereU will be an ample supply of refresh ments on hand to relieve the wants of the hungry and thirsty Arrangements have been made with the Louis vile Railway Company to put on plenty of cars so that rapid transportation to and from the park will beforthcomingThe CountyBoardnic is given have been County Presi dent John A Murphy John M Mul loy President of Division 1 Con J JudgePatrickvision 3 and John II Hennessy Pres ident of Division 4 Of course the other members of the County Board were all active in arranging the de tails but these five energetic Hiber nians were the advisers and con suitors on every step that was taken u Right here It should be said that the County Board acted wisely in putting Thomas Dolan of Division 1 at the c head of the fieldday games Irish Athletic games have no more loyal r l supporter in Louisville than Mr Dolan and he started things off with appointedChairman stirred up enthusiasm at once by issuing defiance to John J Barry Di u vision 4s athletic star to organize iugofwnr team to pull against a team from Portland Mr Barry at once accepted the challenge and so reported to his division The matter met with enthusiastic approval and quicklyfqrmedwill be made up of strong men from Divisions a 1 and 3 The struggle between the two will be a mighty one and the rope that stands the strain of thee contenders will have to be a good one After everybody began to talk about the tugofwar Mr Dolan found the rest easy He had no trouble to find men who were willing and jumperspifnterswhen the games begin this afternoon the Hibernians and their friends will legltlmntefuoafter tooEgg races for the girls afd potato races for the boys will bo other features of the afternoons sport and parents and friends will ontolatThe County Board has arranged iit to that ladies and children will b admitted to the park free PLEASED WITH REPORT President Andrew Kast presidedd i ofw a special meeting of Branch 92 Amer1Mt Marysbranch s S r principalf y wade by President Kast of the won doaa at the Supreme convention a- r KAMM City lit May Mr Kast wa r tie delegate from 11IsJ rancband hl- a W t Has complete and exhaustive E explained minutely why 1 It f e thTullise ffiJMrH recelTedtand Jt now seems w rr C- Iu l tain that St Marys branch will nott lose one member as n result of the rerntlng I SALT ROUSE Famous Old Hostelry StillI Maintains Its Splendid Traditions There arc many travelers who reach Louisville who know little about the city except that it has a fatuous old hostelry the Gait House It has been famous for more that manyimportantences that have ben held there the beauty of the fair women who have danced in its spacious halls but also for its splendid architecture Both Inside and outside it meets the ap proval of the trained connisseur of art and its commodious lobby is ono of the handsomest in thte United States Its culinary department has nhrays been looked after by noted chefs nnd in every way its manage ment has sought to make it the equal of any hostelry in America President George T Cross and General Manager John Shaughnessy have even tried to exceed their I6r Qt OF JOHN M MULLOY 8888predecesors in making it more at tractive and comfortable for their patrons The Knights of Columbus Mackin Council and other societies hold their banquets in the Galt House and have never been disappointed in the arrangements made for their re ception and entertainment Our friends visiting this city will find the Galt House a good place to so journ In KNIGHTS t New Haven Will Be Scene of Pestlvites Next Thursday The Entertainment Committee of Louisville Council Knights of Colum bus have acted with similar commit tees from the councils at Lebanon and Bardstown in arranging a Gasket picnic at New Haven next Thursday July 9 The picnic grounds are situ ated in a pleasant grove not far from the railroad station and the New Haven Knights and their friends will see that all necessary conveniences are provided Louisville Knights and their families will furnish the music only and each Knight and his family is expected to provide their own din ner baskets and refreshments A special train has been engaged and will leave Union Station Tenth and Broadway at 830 oclock sharp on Thursday morning Returning it will leave New haven at 0 oclock in the evening and the entire merry party will arrive in Louisville at 735 oclock The fare will be seventy flye cents for the round trip for adults children between five and twelve years forty cents and all children under five years free JeffersonvilleKnights with the Louisville crowd while Lebanon and Bardstown councils will run special excursions to New Haven for the occasion outingIsdies a day in the fresh country air and to renew formed at former meetings of mem bers of tile different councils POPULAR PRINTER HURT John A OConnor one of the best known and most popular compositors Injurytowork in the composing room of the Louisville Evening Post Mr OCon heavyIronhnij been made ready for the press when his hand was caught between ope posite direction The member was l willnotMoro than a weekt BANQUET FOR habeene s dett Contn mapepar ILGovernmentbuIJdliJg1 t chants are KV elated tbjftJthey intend Riving him a swills reception and Sanqueton Tuesday July If u 0 INTERESTING Fnets About Early History of Kentucky in Terse Terms Editor of the Record Has Fac ulty ot Making Brevities Father Deppons Work Bfny Not Be Appreciated For Years A FEW MATTERS OF HISTORY Years hence when his soul has gone to its eternal reward the Very Rev Father Louis G Doppen will bo spoken of as Kentuckys great his rc CON J FORD tartan He has as yet written no history of Kentucky as histories go but he has been a chronicler of events puttingfactsTo him it has been a labor of love No mercenary motives have led him to do the arduous work he has done in collecting facts about Kentuckys early history Neither have they en tered into his work as editor of the Record the oficlal organ of the dio cese and upon which St Vincents and St Thomas Orphan Asylums largely depend for their support First of nil he is a man of God To that end he subordinates every other motive He has charity for all but has made the care of the orphans his great life work Yet he loves this diocese Kentucky and her peo pIe He sees the works of God In everything and has chronicled many events in Kentuckys history for the benefit of those who are now living and those who are to come after all the rest of us are gone In 1887 Father Deppen published tho Catholic Family Guide an almanac or Catholic calendar as it were In it was a chronological table of the principal events of the diocese of Louisville that had never been put before the public so succinctly We learn from this table that La Salle a French Catholic was the first white man to visit the Falls of the Ohio in 1667 That was 241 years ago Daniel Boone made his first visit to Ken tucky in 1763 almost a century after La Salle Four years later Daniel Boone with a party returned to Kentucky and on July 8 of the same year Capt Thomas Bullitt camped at Louisville He laid off the site of Louisville a month later In 1775 a colony of Catholics set tled at Harrodsburg and three years later Col George Rogers Clark estab lished a temporary settlement on Corn Island Christmas was cele barted for the first time in Louisville at a fort on Twelfth street in 1778 In the following year the settlement at Louisville was made permanent but the winter was very severe bears wolves buffaloes deer and turkeys were frozen to death In those days big game was plentiful in Kentucky and the early colonists were not hard up for flesh though they were in constant danger of attacks from In dians if they attempted to cultivate crops in tIle field In 1780 the city ot Louisville was established as a corporate body by act of the Virginia Legislature and in the same year the first settlement t In Hardin county was made on the site of the present city of Elizabeth town The first court in Ientuck was hold at Harrodsburg in 1781 In 1785 twentyfive Catholic families from Maryland descendants of those who had come from IrolaajR with Lord Baltimore settled In Nelson county near Pottlnger creek The Rev Father Whelan an Irish Fran ciscan was sent to Kentucky as its first missionary priest In 1787 and on November 4 of the following year Bardstown was Incorporated as a town At that time the white popu lation of Kentucky was 30000 Tb winter of 1789 was very severe an the Ohio river at Louisville was froze up from Christmas until March 18 I Father William Do Rohan an Iris I1 missionary priest arrived In Ken I tUcky In 1790 and In the same year hillt a log chapel the first church 1 Kentucky At that time the ag g agate population of Louisville wa I 2fO souls Father Flaget aiterwar- t a drat Bishop of Louisville eele+ c L 11 r ry I C t brntcd the first mass In this city in 1792 Five years later the Duke of Orleans afterward Louis 1hillipe King of France and his two brothers visited Louisville and Bardstown At that time Bardstown was called a city and Louisville was looked upon as a hamlet The Farmers Library the first newspaper in this city was published in 1800 Father Fen wick arived in Kentucky in 1805 and on December 12 preached the first Jubilee sermon in Kentucky In 180G Father Fenwlck founded St Rose convent the first Dominican convent in the United States at St Rose near the present site at Springfield in Washington county Inter eating and authentic data of this kind Is what Father Deppen is pleased to collect and to preserve forI posterity FIRST MASS Youg LouisvillePriest Was Given Royal Welcome Home The Rev Father Norbert Gott brath of this city who was ordained at Oldenburg Ind Wednesday of last week celebrated his first mass OUN FIELD DAY OUTING acquaintanceships REPRESENTATIVE JOHN A MURPHY at St Bonifaces church Jackson and Green streets last Sunday Father Norbert belongs to a well known family of the East End and gavehimchurch was bandsoTaely decorated for the occasion The mass was solemnized with the Rev Father Vincent Trost O F M as deacon and Rev Father Remeglus Houensteln as subdeacon The as sistant priest was the Rev Father Peter Englert and the master of ceremonies was the Very Rev Father Richard Wurth pastor ot St Bonifaces church An appropriate sermon was preached by the Rev Father Flavian 0 F M Sixty acolytes led the procession of priests from the convent into the church The parents of the young priest were given positions of honor while the mass was In progress In the afternoon at 3 oclock Father Norbert of ficlated nt solemn vespers The ceremonies closed with benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament CIIOSE OFFICERS Kentucky Colonels Ready Por Active Work In Campaign The Kentucky Colonels a Demo crttic organization of Louisville gentlemen met at the Armory on Tuesday night and elected officers for the coming year The officers chosen are- PresidentWilliam J Ollenrni First Vice President Charles F GraingerSecond Vice President Col William It Haldemnn Third Vice PresidentJohn D WakefieldChief Fred J Hoertcr Drill Masters John H Cowles and Fred W Hnrdwick Recording Secretary D C Watson Financial Secretary George II CoderAbout forty of the Colonels were present and the greatest enthusiasm prevailed After the election It was unanimously decided that the Ken tucky Colonels would take an active part in the coming campaign This representativeDemocratic Its President William J OHenrn was for many years In the lower as upper boards Qt the General Gaum GraingeryChairman of the Board of Public Works and Mayor Col William D llaldeman Is the editor of the Louts villa rImes Every man in the organization is more or less prominent RESUMES CONTROL T P OConnor the Nationalist Par liamentarian author and editor who two years ago severed his connection with M A P which he had found thdo editorial control of the paper which 0hly continue to edit T Ps Weeklv which is the blfjtfeijt budget of book s extrlrtJrs hde Rlngdomforpnl l lci ILp If t j f I STARTS RIGHT I thoIi Entire Assembly Begin Day by Attending Solemn High Mass Initiation Followed by Grand Banquet and Splendid Oratory CATHOLICS POSSESSED THE CITY Coumbus royally was it celebrated For months past a number of the Jeffer M h n M r P T SULLIVAN I sonvllle Knights who were members of the Louisville Council hind been working to make the ceremonies Incident to the institution of the new council a success and the arrange ments as carried out Sunday showed that they had done their work welt There was not a hitch in the pro gramme from the time the candi dates assembled in the morning until the banquet was brought to a close nightElks was the rendezvous for Louisville New Albany Evansville Iluuhville and other towns in Indiana where councils are located were all represented At 045 the line of march was formed and with the Knights leading the procession wended its way to St Augustines church On reaching the church the Knights opened ranks and allowed the candidates to pass through and take the front seats The middle aisle had been reserved for the Knights and between 230 and 300 men occupied the pews The side aisles were filled with ladies and parishioners of St Augustines Iti was the first time that many of the visitors had seen the church and all were loud In praise of its beauty The solemn high mass began at 10 oclock with the pastor of St Augustines the Rev John P OCon nell as celebrant and Rev Father Walter Cronin of Rushville Ind as deacon The music of tho mass wa splendidly rendered by the choir augmented by the choir of Louisville council At the gospel Father OCon his church and The teachings of the order he said stand for staunch upright Catholicity and he was glad to note the introduction of one oj their councils into the city of Jeffersonville Ho saw good will re sult from its establishment and he wished it all possible success He paid a feeling tribute to the Rev Father AVner Cronin Chaplain o the State Council who was once an assistant priest at St Augustines Father Cronin preached the ser mon and tooK his text from the gospel of this day After dwelling brief on the teachings of this d he was proud of the invitation to the scene of his first priestly labors and to address old friends on such an auspiclpus occasion Under Gods wisdom and grace the order ha structions of the Saviour who sen the Apostles to tench all nations and peoples The followers of Columbus sold Father Cronin are carrying forward the mission instituted by Christ The church has given us this same mission that nil mankind may enter heaven The order has received the warm and friendly ben c diction of the late Pope Leo XIII and of Ills illustrious successor Plus X e United States and the favor of the American hierarchy The Knights stand for the moral advancement of humanity They In culcate brotherly love and charity for their fellow men that makes the weak strong It is good to help men when they are down and need It la right to encourage the fallen to rise In closing his remarks Father Cronin said it was n day that marked a 1ew epoch for Jeffersonville and for St Augustines parish a day thatI marked a step forward toward stlonffer antiJ nobler manhood He oj I f vii tIt 1 beali i guardedasAt the close of the mans the vIsit- ors scattered about town for dinnerI candidatesresidences 130butwas in readiness Louisvilles team conferred the first and second de grees and the team from Evansvllle itiation took place and where the council will meet is large and hand another largo delegation from Louis rule going over in the afternoon At the close of the initiation n slight recess was taken and then the days festivities were closed with a banquet at Spieths Hall The menu was elaborate and substantial and comed all and then introduced the speakers who responded to toasts in the following order Mon Edward d1 McDermott of Louisville Duty of the Hour Judge Matt ODoherty CitizenshipRev of auuuuuuuuuu u HIBERNIAN COMMITTEE ARRANGEMENTS 1 theybegan cityInparish partlcuhiry organizationd approbation majordegree thothrong theKnightsJeffersonville JOHN H HENNESSY J the Order Each delivered n fin ished address nnd each speaker received his meed of applause Brief addresses were made by several other KnightsThe that made the ar rangements carried tq such n successful conclusion was mnde up of RaymondStantonColl C tCollnnd Jnmes Marrn They have been heartily commended for their good work in giving Jeffersonville Council the right start- TIIACKIN COUNCIL Will Entertain Both Grand and Supreme Bodies This Year During the meeting of Mackin Council Tuesday night Frank G Adams Chairman of the Board of jurisdIctionCouncil would assemble in Louisville August 0 and 10 instead of at Lebanon as had been previously arranged The change was made neces sary by unforeseen impediments but it is believed will rebound to the credit of the order The meetings of isiin Mackin Councils hall The pro gramme and social features will be announced later President Robert T Burke over Mackins meeting and the a tendance was fair Supreme Presi dent L E Malian transmitted lengthy communication which awe Supremeheadber of important nnd radical changes in the administration of Y M I affairs These changes will be andlsuggestedtheir special1 regY necessaryrwas PRINTERS REJOICE It is announced that F C None macher head of the Mainstreet nameshas withdrawn from the local Typothetae and the announcement unlutprinters They entertain the hope that this withdrawn will be followed by his making his plant n union shop Tho striking printers recognize him as a doughty fighter and iif he come bask to the union with which his lations for many years were Uot pleasant and profitable the tor tlgl1tjustMANAGER MNAMARA D J McNumarn who has so suc cessfully mnnnged tho Capital Theo ter at Frankfort Ky during the pn five years pencil a motion wrjkEngo conetracts for slmlllr entertainment a JehnnpnaiulSprlnAtlel Mannfrar JHeNamara will be as uc cesuful ntLehanon Rnc3Jrtngfl fie he has e nat Frankfort and TJardstown X s 1 II INSTRUCTIVE 2 TI Is Article From time Pen of B Gifted Irlsh1emllerof Parliament Tells What the Cnthollc Church Has Done in Upbuilding Australia Many Religious Orders Have Splendid Schools Churches and Asylumhs QUEER COLLEGE ARRANGEMENT V Tho Hon William Red member of the British Parlla and a brother of the Irish leader Hon entertningy Australia Catholics In Sydney and Melbourne and in all throughout nreCa thedrals and churches of exceeding schoolscolleges anynationworldj impossible nnythlngJlkoJustice cational establishments of Australia Christian illsters va nUfoundedand whichholdwalksofpleasantthingdoauthorityCatholics themsehes but Protestants of various denominations magnificentworkthoCa1ho1lcchurch schoolsAndUngerherebigotryahdtoknowCatholicsside by side in a state of mutual ttfration respect and good will wW haspandforms a bright example whidjC1 patriotic Irishman no mayo 1 avoyidtnfollowed IT totheconstitutes thetreedomexperiencedcommonwealthbynational system of education Is ape Inthesecular and compulsory Arrangements are made whereby on some days ministers of different denomin ations may for short periods enter the schools and teach the children of their flocks This arrangement bytheit has never been accepted by Cath l ollcs Therefore the Catholics maintain schools of their own wherever their prgyldodan education in every way as the public schools but nevertheless their educational work is not in any way rewarded or recognized That is to say the Catholics pay fully onefourth of the cost of the public school system of the vari ous States but they receive not ono farthing towards the maintenance of their own schools At one period Catholic schools received some assistance in the Aus timetwas given and in 1879 the purely secular system was Statesscourse today none of tile States give any assistance to retns1havecountry recognize the splendid work of these Institutions and the records of the University of Australia bear testimony to the success of Catholic studentsIn M days when there is so much talk of the university question In Ireland it is of interest to know that time Sydney University contains three colleges Catholic Presbyter I nn and Protestantand the system numberlimitedInlATRICI4fDONOUGItS1EdTlI Snored Heart parish lost one of its sicoldestDonough died at his hoftieV 1332 Sundalcnlgl1tDeathali goJThedeeenlj Countyhcjuitar hind been the LouIJ is ville R NavhdIleRailroad Company iDuring time past thirty years of hli Service with that company Tie held the position of sealer of putbound cars His widow and four hHdreJV reThomaHerrePflanrSylvester c in Democratic political circles Mr Moontqulharl1sag who loves his family and j gainntod1 from Sacred Heart church 3Ji morning t k 4 1 w j o t t W icEa ITCKY IILtt+ 1Ha E I SftIBACIIelbach Hotel ORA1J Co DroMainagersnu iI fly eproof Hotel IiiTh City Modern In AU Respects 01 I Most Unique and Beautiful Place of i 1ITTIIekind In the world A La Carte Service Delicatessen Frank Fehrs and Imported Pilsner and Wurzburger on OO It i ic21111111fl1111liflllllitl illt11tt11ltitlll I U 0 F uthern I N Nationall N Bank MAIN STREET BET 3rd and 4th i liUUliililllliUtflII lUUlIi111UU1i111UUtiUiltUiflliUlltUlil American National THIRD AND MAIN STREETS re of Deposit Capital and Surplus 1000000 9h u Agents for TODD and KENYON Buildings OREILLYSNYDERREAL FIRE 1 LOANS AND MORTGAGES rolrolHome Phone Main BanK INSURANCE 1214Offices TODD Bldg I nmmnmmmmn mmnmnmnmm Jacob Hoertz l Contracting Builder and Bricklayer 3y HO1SJE PHONE 5703 1316 FLOYD STREET I W1W1W wwuwuwuuuuuwwwuw AM EIOUJVIUf MPERco K t LoUISVIirLE t- li U v A aslCuisCuisineand Service All TheIDelicaciesOf 0 Season 0 0 Draught ooJ t1111111lflIfllRllliflll4- ltc Certificates nniinniinniiniiniiniiniinnnll u2uhIullllR ConstantlyOn INDUSTRY Of the Various Breweries Is ot Vast Importance to Louisville Gives Employment to Thousands ot Mechanics and Skilled Workmen Public Spirited and Progressive Are The People Who Manage Affairs HAVE GIVEN LARGELY TO CHARITY Among the many large manufac turing interests of Louisville there are few if any who give more em ployment to workingmen of all classes than the breweries The num ber of men required In the manufac ture and handling of their produc extends up into the thousands They pay well and the number of work Ingmen who have grievances against them is nil The men get good wages and are not overburdened by long hours The employers are kind and considerate and the employe work all the more faithfully when they aro well treated The brewery Interests have grown as the town grew and the proprletdrs and officers have taken a personal pride in the progress of tho city ot Louisville They have been large contributors when called upon by the Commercial Club or Board of Trade to foster any enterprise that would advertise our city Again they have been quiet and unostentatious in their charity Neither race nor creed enters into their considerations at Christmas and on other occasions during the year when the orphans the aged and infirm and the poor patients in hospitals have to be pro vided for A check for a substantial sum goes to these various Institu tions and the amount of the check is based on the number of peopli cared for at tho Institution Of course they have united their interests In a kind of union not ia trust for business reasons and their charity work Is all done from the of fico of the Brewers Exchange Charles D Goepper the Secretary Is one of the busiest of Louisville business men He was for years ia deputy In tho once of tho County Clerk and has as large an acquaint ance in Louisville and Jefferson county as any of his fellow citizens Secretary Goepper is active in a num ber of local social and fraternal organizations as wen as in business cir cles but the Interests of the brewers are always his foremost considera tionTho Louisville brewers have always made a stand for law and order oven though maligned by Interests inimical to theirs The met at the head of this large branch of Louis villes Industry have grown up in the business from boyhood They are careful financiers and know full well that the prosperity and advancement of Louisville will redound to their gain as well as that every knock this city gets hurts their trade The breweries that do business In Louisville are not confined to any particular section of the city Their plants and agencies are scattered frpm the First to the IVoUtli ward Ambng the prominent breweries In this city are the Frank Fehr Brewing Company the Senn and Ackermann Brewing Company the Schooner Meyer Brewing Company the Phoo nix Brewing Company George Tand John M Christ the George Wlede man Brewing Company whose home is nl Newport but which has inten sive interests in Louisville tho PUll Reising Brewing Company of New Albany Ind which likewise has a big trade In Louisville and several ithor coifcerns that opem In and around Louisville and the Falls cities VALIANCE REWARDED Because of his valiant record dur lag twentyfive years in the army Sergeant Patrick Kane Third infantry Htntloned at Fort Lawton has been retired five years ahead of time at the direction of President Rouse veltj according to advices received from Seattle Wash Among heroic fends to life credit JRIl6tlltN1nc- Ofnral1eat Xeech Lake Minns In 1803 by swimming r ashore under the fire of hostile Indians lIe has three medals fpr bravery Kane will take lip JhisI residence among friends anti III Dr u i J d xtI StJ relatives In St Ityil ills retirement carries an allowartee of 70 a man tit for the rest Of Iislifer HIS IlECOllD Is Platform Upon Which Hon Swagar Sherley Stands Hon Swngar Sherloy who has rep resented this district In Congress for two terms again aspires to the Demo nomination for the same oN IIcratlcand his friends believe he can win both the nomination and elec tion They point with pride to the fact that he beat two able Republicans in his former races and bo lleve that with the party united as IIt is now that ho can increase his former majority this year Mr Sherley Is an able lawyer n great student and his speeches In Congress have caused favorable com ment all over the United States He has never neglected the interests ot his district but has tried to serve his people to the best of his ability He has only kind words for the able gentleman who is opposing him for the nomination and while ho is not an advocate of the ounce being fur one man alone he feels that his previous record at the national capital should receive an inilorgeiwn once again During his latest term as Representative of his district Mr Sherlo has been ably assisted in his work by his private secretary Edward J Mackey ono of the best known young men In Louisville and an active worker in Mnckin Council Y Ml 1 and in the Ancient Order of Hiber Mans who will continue with him PEN PICTURE American Archbishop Who Heads Church at St Paul The Most tier John Ireland D D Archbishop of St Paul Is recognized as ono of tho leading American spirits as well psn lealii dignitary of tlll church He served as a chaplain In the United States army during the civil war and since tho organization of the Grand Army of the Republic he has been very much Interested in the affairs of that organization- On December 21 1875 ho was con secrated titular Bishop of Maronea and coadjutor to Bishop Thomas L Grace of St Paul In 1884 he suc ceeded to the See on the death ot Bishop Grace and four years later was elevated to the dignity of Arch bishop Ho is a man of average height powerfully built with a pro file which is often spoken of as resembling that of Dante He has a massive head and a penetrating gray oye direct as an eagles but chang Ing and becoming gentle with his mood One cannot Imagine that Dante cnce In all his life should throw back his head laugh with tin hearty human gesture of tho Arch bishop whose sense of humor Is abundant He is very accessible to tin poor never too busy with mutters of State to bo Interested like Lyd gate In the affairs of John and Eliz abeth and above all things he is practical In his methods of aiding them He is II robust and virile non among men a reminder In her person of the time when the churchs min- Isters were representatives not ol religion only and the claims of God but of moral order of the rights ol conscience and the sympathies ol men of the bonds of authority ol human society the only trusted guides of life The strength of the man lies In his absolute sincerity He Is ambi tions can hardly understand anyone who Is not He is certainly a statesman of admitted power and has scored many a quiet triumph on his diplomatic missions These however are never undertaken for his own glory but because lie has some deep purpose at heart It Is the ring oJ sincerity that makes his eloquence convincing His gestures are awk ward his voice Is at times almost harsh and discordant his delivery monotomous But his words strike home because they ore sppken In tho desire of good- CATHOLIC SUMMER SCHOOL The Catholic Summer School at Cliff Haven onLnke Champlain New York was formally opened last Sun day with solemn ceremonies The lecture course opened Monday by the President the Ilev Father John Talbot Smith LLD Ills subject was The Historical Significance of the Tercentenary Celebration at Que bee and the Centenary of the First Hlsliops of Now York and Phila delphia JUSTIN MGAKTHY BETTER Hon Justin McCarthy historian journalist novelist and formerly a member of tho Irish party In the regabilug better health than for years He Is living in an English village and hI enraged in writing a novel with a domestic interest tk n 4 PE rr ITS STRAIGHT Kentucky Dew Standard of Purity jI A Whiskey of the Highest QualitYlij Ii OLD KENTUCKY DISTILLERY 2INCORPORATED IILOUISVILLE KENTUCKY +4 + ONE SINGER Almost Forgotten Though tits SOUR Will Live During Ages AVIlllam Hose Wallace Was An Ardent Champion of OComiell Hcccivcd Only 1nltry Sum For 1ocm That Has ISccoiue Fatuous BREATHES SOUND PATRIOTISM Twentyfive years tgo there won comparatively few school boys who were not familiar with the patriotic poem The Sword of Hunker Hill It was recited In gIll mm 111 and high schools colleges and academies Other and newer recitations him micceeded it In these nays but it hits lost note of its patriotism and vigor although temporarily cast aside for less worthy makeshifts Comparatively low Americans know anything about William Hose Wallace the author of the famous poem and III though it huts been recited and rend by hundreds of thousands In received only the paltry sum of 111 for it III his early years he visited ire laud during the Repeal movement and became acquainted with OCon nell Davis Duffy and the other patriots of tlujt period Thereafter he was as much an Irishman as nay of them and took the deepest inter est in all Irish movements Like nil true Americans he felt profound and personally aggrieved at the sari condition of Ireland und never let an opportunity puss without endear oring to uplift her Wallace wits a gifted writer Will iam Cullen llryant said his works are marked by n splendor of imagina thou and affluence of diction which show him to be iv born poet lie wits most gentle and retiring in his disposition his heart overflowed with the kindliest feelings and to him nil things were beautiful and pureHere is his Immortal song Though he died In poverty his name will live forever in the hearts of his country men lie lay upon his dying tied HIseyes were growing dim And with a feeble voice he called Ills weeping son tti him Weep not my boy The veterant said I how to Heavens high will lint quickly from yon antlers bring Tin sword of Hunker Jill11 The sword was brought the old titans eye- Lit with a sudden flame Indas he grasped that ancient blade He murmured Warrens name Then said MyI boy I leave you gold Rut what is richer still I leave you mark me murk me well The sword of Hunker Hill Twns on the field that glorious day- T dared the Britons band A Captain raised this blade on me I tore It from his hand And while the dreadful battle waged uyilhForblessed The sword of Bunker 11111I Oh keep this sword his accents broke A smile and he was dead nut his wrinkled hand still grasped the blade Upon that dying bed The son cmnlns the sword remains Its glory growing still And ninety millions Mess that sire And sword of Hunker Hill GREAT YOUNG ATHLETE Eight years ago an Irish boy John Brennan reached Milwaukee un known and unheralded After a short time ho became a member of the police force Later ho entered the dental department of Marquette University Last week John Brenhan left for Philadelphia where he will Join the team made up pf the pick of American athletes who will sail for London to represent this country inn the worlds Olympian games After the games he expects to return to his native Kerry aa a worlds champion In at least one department of ath 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members should be present to hear the reports that will be submitted The Hibernians of Georgia are re ported in a very prosperous condi thefrontyearthanDivision 3 meets Thursday night when the officers hope for a largo attendance The arrangements for the trip to the national convention will probably be announced An effort will be made to so change the law that hereafter State andcounty conventions will be held sixty and ninety days prior to the meeting of the national body questions tional convention will be the estab- lIshment of a life insurance of 1000 the cost of which can never exceed 36 per year Ohio will not seek the National lIognnformelr AttorneyGenerala candidateDivision of Manchester attended St Josephs Cathedral in a body to witness the ordination of Key Michael Griffin son of James Grif fin for four years State President in New Hampshire chargethecelebration next Saturday have ar ranged an excellent programme The tugofwar will be an event worth going miles to see The field day attendance at the White City on July 4 should break all records Tickets have been sell ing rapidly and members should remember that from this source they will derive their largest revenue Members of the order in New Haven Conn are preparing for the annual outing and field day which will be held on August 19 The Ladies Auxiliary is planning to lend valuable assistance to the men on that occasion Division 42 of Philadelphia re prescntntlon a handsome Irish flag while an other made a gift of the Stars and Stripes Both banners were thankfully received Owing to the excessive heat the attendance at the outing of the La dies Auxiliary was not as large as expected but those present had a jolly time and were well entertained The Indies will be heard from again and with more satisfactory results Ladies Auxiliary to llivision 3 Wilkesbarre has just closed a membership contest The society now has 318 members and during the contest just closed one member pre sented the names of fortyseven candidates all of whom were elected to membershipAmong resolutions submitted for consideration at Indianapolis is one providing that St Patricks day shall be the national holiday of the order that divisions shall arrange with Ihelrt parish pastors to have masses offered on this day for de ceased members and that no enter tainment shall be held where an ad mission fee is charged- SUCCESSFUL YEAR St Martins school one of the largest parochial educational institu tions in this diocese closed its season Tuesday The Very llev father Ohle pastor of St Martins conferred the honors and called particular attention to the necessityof Catholic education in these days IMPORTANT MEETING The Supreme Council Convention Committee of the Y M I will hold a special meeting at Mackin Councils club house tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock Chairman James T Shelley desires a full attendance of the com mittee so that a complete accounting on the Y M I outing can be made LEGISLATOR MCLAIN The lIon D Franklin JfcClain of Lancaster Pa spent Thursday in Louisville as the guest of Charles and Joe Bryne Incidentally he met an old chum in Al Kolb at 339 West Green street Mr McClain has been a member of the Pennsylvania Legis lature for many years but he bears his honors modestly DEGREES FOR KENTUCKIANS Two young Kentuckians were lion ored at the recent commencement exercises at Georgetown University near Washington D C E Halsey Malone of Louisville received his degree of Bachelor of Lows and John L Carrico of Ilaywick wcu his Doctor of Philosophy degree His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons con ferred the degrees this year BRANCHING OUT The Franl Fehr Brewing Comouny has arranged to establish a branch agency for its famous beer and malt tonic at Pensacpla Fla People who live jn the land of flowers arc quick to appreciate the good things of life and already the fame of the Louisville brewing establishment is renewed among them FOUR FAIR GRADUATES The closing exercises of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy 1152 East Broadway were held Tuesday morning and several hundred friends of this 1ItjftliuWpnI applauded XIII a qmw7 at AS GREAT AS EVER IS OUR SHOWING OF Carpets and toBest qualities and low prices oJrerfngsWC WALL PAPER and guarantee satisfactory work at a reasonable price Hubbuch Bros 52426K W MARKET STREET rJt FOR Furniture Of nil kinds at the lowest prices Qo to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET Nome Phone 5687 Cnmb Mala 434y HENRY FUGflS FLORISTFu- neral Designs and Flowers for all occasions OREENHOUSESCharles and Texas Sts STORE Hopkins Theatre Building N NNONNN N N N 1 N NN N N N N NN N N N M N N the various numbers on tho pro gramme The graduates were Misses Stella Nalley Frances howling Mattie Hurst and Katie Moran Each of these young Indies took part in the pleasing drama Portia All Hail to the Hose was a series of Delsartc movements tastefully presented by the girls of the seventh and eighth grades The musical numbers were 01 a pleasing character and exceptionally well rendered DATE FOR OUTING Louisville Bardstown and Lebanon Councils of the Knights of Columbus will hold their annual outing at New Haven Ky Thursday July 9 Many of the Knights from Teffersonville nnd New Albany will take their fam ilies to the outing in Kentucky FORTY nouns PRAYER Tomorrow the Forty Hours adoration will open at St Georges church and will close on Tuesday Thin llev Father George Weiss assisted by the ladies of his Altar Society decor ated the church in handsome style for the great even- tRIEBUSCIIRICHER JosephRicherCovington were united in matri mony at St Patricks church in that city at 8 oclock Wednesday morning prominentInhome city PROSPECTIVE BISHOP Newspaper exchanges from Ire land indicate that the Very Rev Father John Tohill parish priest at Cushebdoll will bo appointed to tho See of Down and Connor made vacant by the death of Bishop Henry Father Tohill is a native of County Derry and Is fiftythree years old GOES TO ROME Archbishop Farley expects to sail for Rome within a short time and while there will describe to our Holy Father Pius X the extent and meg nificence of the recent jubilee cele bration in NewYork City CHEAPER FOREIGN POSTAGE The postofflee authorities of the United States and Great Britain have entered into an arrangement whereby the letter postage between this country and Great Britain and Ireland will be reduced from five toI two cents an ounce niter October 1 LARGEST EUROPEAN CHURCHES The largest churches in Europe will contain the following St Peters Rome 54000 Milan Cathedral 27000 St Pauls London 25000 St Sophia Constantinople 23000 St Marks Venice 7000 Notre Dame Paris 21000 Pisa Cathedral 13000 GOOD FOR BURN For a burn or scald apply koro sene It will allay the pain almost instantly and quickly heal the in jured parts FIRST HOLY COMMUNION The church celebrated the transferred feast of Corpus Christi last Sunday and at two of the local churches the celebration was made elaborate from the fact that classes received their first holy communion At Holy Trinity church ten girls and fourteen boys received while six boys and as ninny girls were in the class at Holy Cross Church FATHER MURllIY IMPROVED MurphywhoMary and Elizabeth Hoipitil this week ia much but may not bee able to return to StV1yijU hams rectory before next week ro- n 14t i IRELAND Record oT the Host Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Crops ns a whole are now looking splendid though oats have suffered some from wler worm The body of Peter Good was found hanging from a rafter in his mothers barn in County Wexford Michael Markey who lived alone on n small holding near Taghart has mysteriously disappeared Fire destroyed the haggard of Justice James Connolly at Ilafcsan more causing n considerable loss 1arIsh meath is dead at the ago of sixty four The case ngainst Mrs John Clcary charged with poisoning her husband was called before a Magistrate at Castlebar and remanded for a week Tenants on the llawkshaw prop erty near Ballyftrain have the bargain made for the purchase of their hold ings and it Is now expected the sale will take place The Rev Father P Durcan pastor of Carracastle parish County Mayo has passed away and is mourned by many friends from his own and neighboring parishes Andrew Carton son of n farmer near Corey County Wexford while riding a bicycle collided with an automobile mid sustained injuries from which he died a few hours laterThe Rev Maurice OPhelan who has been prior of Mount Melleray Abbey Ireland has been elected Ab bot to succeed the Right Rev Carthage Delaney who recently re signedAfter many meetings time 400 ten ants on the estate of Col Leslie sit tinted in Donegal ann Fermanagh have agreed upon terms of sale W F Maguire of Enniskillen acted for the tenants I1nughjterreligion Mary and who made her profession thirtythree years ago died at the Sisters of Mercy Hospital in Dublin The death of J B Gibblngs removes a very prominent figure in the pub lie life of Carrickmacross In which town he hind been for years the agent of the Shirley estate and con netted with much important adminis trative work The Ardcc Town Commissioners at their last meeting reaffirmed their I allegiance to ithc great cause of home rule and pledged themselves never to cease their efforts until Irishmen have the making of their own laws upon Irish soil- Cnrrickmacross mourns the death of Thomas Carroll the father of Deceasedlwasthe largo attendance nt his funeral showed how widely he was respected William Murphy of Cork died as the result of injuries received in nn accident at the Borlsoknne races County Tippernry Mr Murphy was visiting a friend at Borlsokane and to accommodate him rode one of his I horses In the home stretch a friend i ran out upon the track to cheer him on The horse shied and fell upon the rider Mr Murphy died several hours Much laterII over the heartless eviction of Miss Keelan a struggling Mainstreet shopkeeper An unusual proeeec1lngI was the seizure of her toI satisfy the Sheriffs expenses It is hoped nobody in Ardee or out of it will satisfy the landlords rapacious greed by offering money for the possession of the ruin from which Miss Keelan was soruthlessly evicted SPOKANES NEW CHURCH Rev Father A Verhagen of Spokane Falls Wash is preparing for the dedication of his new church of Our Lady of Lourdes The church will cost 150000 and the dedicatory ceremonies will take place October 4 The church will have a pipe or gan costing 15000 anti Mrs Patrick Ryan wife of a millionaire miner lies given a 15000 marble altar PRELATE FORTY YEARS The Right Rev Bernard McQuaid Bishop of Rochester N Y is prepar ing to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of his consecration on July 12 Next to our own Bishop McCloskey he is the oldest member of the Amer ican hierarchy in point of service The faithful of his diocese expect to make the celebration a notable one if the Bishop will give his permission MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Louisville members of the Fra ternal Censer a fraternal benevolent order vvill give a moonlight excur sion down the Ohio river next Tues day evening The boat will leave the Portland wharf at 815 oclock The music will be furnished byaselected orchestra under the three tion of Prof Tuell- POPULAR PRIEST DEAD The Rev Father John S Gruber pastor of St Johns Orphan Asylum in the diocese of Covington died in that Institution Thursday morning as the result of an operation Father Gruber was well known in nil parts of Kentucky For severs years ho was pastor of the parishes at Lewis burg and at Falmouth and was well beloved by all who knew him IRELAND FOR HONEYMOON Miss Jean Templeton Reid daugh ter of Whitelaw Reid the Ambassador of the United States to England and Hbn John Hubert Ward Equerry to King Edward VII were married with great pomp on Tues nctfnrttheirI Equerry is in plain English the boss of time King of England stables The latest Charlotte model Iis the revolutionary cap of enormous pro portionstt- Y c t 1o Ir r j j- rf PRANK 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about this Baby Grand and demonstrate its marvelous tone qualities With this invitation we hope to see you soon ONTI3NE1GRO = RIEtiM MUSIC CO Incorporated OsaEiOr3O FOURr AVIOITUE t JE COOL AND REFRESHING Iced Tea made with Mulloys special grade Teas green black or mixed 45c POUNDA- nd its the best to be had anywhere at any pric- eSPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc lillLLOYCOFFEE llomPhon ijaj U4 W IARKEr STREET 5 r r 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 VOTE FORI z r HERMANN D NEWCOMB Candidate For CONGRESSSubject tojAction of Democratic PartySib Congressional DIstrict fff- toT16 x l ati c5a fi1 ROBrS BOOK fi 60 iaJ ROSARIESr S imTOSUIT EVERY TASTE S v ffGivefinest of their kind in the cltiBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION t 434 V Teffersoxi street 8S es UNTON ICE CREAM CO 2 reanurraol xrerea o Afire Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET WehOeourQn Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en ourcompetltorsHQUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range io the market They cook quickly bake excellently ani on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily leaned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our pricesofellold price GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Sehranz Co- ESTATE n L o I t BRANCHES s O WANS Li IdgCalif aK arm 4f rr a +a j I PICNIC AND FIELD DAY GIVEN BY THE i Ancient Order of Hibernians AT WHITE OIO Y 4thJULY4thDanc- ing Music Fireworks Irish Field Sports See the great TugofWar between picked teams ADMISSION TEN CENTS j DIPLOMACY Officer Quill Knows How to Move Crowd Without Harshness I find that diplomacy is a large part of the stock in trade for an in surance agent said former Deputy Mike Tynan I had an idea of dlplomtey in the abstract but II wanted to know more about its practical workings Walking through the streets these hot days does not make a diplomat of you and I was hard up for a few lessons when I met Jerry Quill on Preston street lie was hustling out into the roadway to stop one of the Louisville Railway Companys big sprinkling cars JI called to him he waved his club but did not stop lIe held a brief conversation with the men on the car and then came over to where I stood- I asked him if he was remonstrat ing with the men for exceeding the speed limit He grinned and said NoA few minutes later there was a scurry of men on both sides of Preston and Jefferson streets Zen were running to all points of the compass There is IL fight over there Jerry I said Jerry grinned again No he said Im tired trying to move those bums so I whispered a few words to the man on the sprinkling car and asked him to use a little extra diplomacy when he passed that cor ner You see Mike a little diplomacy can do more than harsh words from a policeman ICTIYE MEN Will Be in Demand When Trinity Council Meets Again Trinity Council will have a big meeting Monday night when dele gates to the Grand Council a Financial Secretary a Sentinel and a member of the Executives Committee are to be elected Owing to other attrac tions the meeting Monday night was only fairly well attended but Pres ident Kelly excused the recreants on the ground that they were attending other Catholic entertainments Two applications were received during the eveningThe reports from the various com mittees were of an encouraging na ture and the officers were elated with the prospect for a big increase in membership The Picnic Commit tee also showed great progress in its work and from the present outlook naught stands in the way of Trinitys annual outing The club house on Baxter avenue is well on its way to completion so that Trinitys mem bers are very well satisfied with themselves HOPKINS THEATER Manager E W Dustin has reason to congratulate himself on maintain- Ing anything like crpwds this week on account of the sweltering weather Yet he did it Excellent films de picting scenes in President noose velta trip down the Mississippi to his happy hunting grounds and the theUnitedand brought out the fire nnd pa triotism of nil beholders Even bet ter motion pictures are promised for next week und the electric fans will keep everybody cool while the show loon INSURANCE RATES INCREASED The Independent Order of Forester is the latest fraternal insur ance order that Ins found it neces sary to increase its rates The Su preme Council met in Toronto Ont last week and formally decided to increase its rates from 40 to 100 percent Tn future members twenty years of age will have to pay eighty seven cents on 1000 a month as against eightyseven cents at thirty years 132 instead of seventytwo cents at forty years 215 instead of ninety cents and at fiftyfour years 431 instead of 3 FONTAINE FRUItY PARK The hot weather drove thousands of sweltering people to Fontaine Ferry Park this week The pleasant glades overhanging trees and nu merous attractions mode life pleas lust to those who found IH unbearable In the heat and dust of the city A free gate free concerts and the absence of tough characters of all kindi made It a pleasing resort even jf one were not disposed to upend money onany of the aide feat urpn Once there the wife and chill dren yant lemonade Ice cream and othjyr refreshing thingsr Besides tfterei U this theater the tickler and wnjr Either attraction thut draw wtntnrdfiuis from papas pocket Tee TftttdeVUle tUlU week was ex cetqilntfly clever but the one next weesaid to be ptr excellences I sII r I ts Y 1j SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President John M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas JJawler Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording SecThos Keenun Jr Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Fridav Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T jynch Financial Secretary J T Keanoy SorgeantatArms James Sayers SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording SecretaryL J Mackey Financial Secretary J 0 Hession Treasurer iDanlel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeauVnitArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy LyncFinancial J Connelly Recording Secretary Frank P iurkcTreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott t ScrgeantatArnia John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall IenncyVice Cole Treasurer Barnard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Chas Robards Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twenitysixtih Street President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana hanSecond Vice President rSamucl Robertson Recordings Secretary Austin E Walsh SecretaryThomasDachman Financial SecretaryFrank Q AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL FREE CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOPKINS VAUDEVILLE Other popular and new features ADMISSION FREE PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts GENUINE BOTTLED Bears this trade mark Unl Sa you find name blown in bottle you are being decelyed For out ings And home use order from CocaCola Bottling Works 110WMaJlfSf Beth Phones Thi feature of the vaudeville bill playletComa yBbactoi J- A 7 1 CENTENNIAL Bardstown Plans Big Day For St Josephs Grand Jubilee Nelson county Catholics orb preparing for nn elaborate celebration as a fitting close of the one hundredth anniversary of St Josephs church at JJnrdstown next Tuesday St Josephs it will be remembered was the first Cathedral of the en tire West and remained the See for nil the great Western country until 1841 when it was changed to Louis vine The Very Kev Father Charles OConnell and his parishioners have made great preparations for the forthcoming celebration Two handsome statues one of Bishop riaget the first Catholic Bishop of Kentucky the other of Bishop Martin John Spalding the second Bishop of the diocese nnd later the Archbishop of Baltimore have been erected in front of the church und will be unveiled in connection with the festivities next week The Right Rev Abbot Obrecht will officiate at the unveiling nnd at the solemn high mass Among the other priests who have been Invited by Father OConnell to assist at the jubilee ceremonies are Fathers Hayes of Bowling Green Davis of Nazareth Drury of Loretto Abell of Henderson and Ryan and OCon nor of Nelson county The celebration of the centennial began last April when two of the Passionist priests from Louisville conducted a mission at St Josephs CANVAS HAMMOCKS Made By John Tully Have Become Necessary Luxuries Tills is the season of the year when all mankind longs to be outdoors and for those tired workers who have the opportunity to take an afternoons siesta in the shade there is nothing more comfortable than a well made substantial hammock The best place in Louisville to get one of these useful and necessary articles is at the establishment of John J Tully the old life saver 153 Third street This year he has made a hit with his new style upright canvas hammocks They are made of heavy can vas and can be hung from a veranda or under a tree or anywhere in a space of seven feet It is one of the most comfortable hammocks made and has a cotton pud and wooden frame in the bottom with manila rope spliced ingalvanized rings with twelveInch nettles and work in each ring Withordinary care and use these hammocks will last ten yearsBesides these Mr Tully manu factures baby hammocks hammocks built for two the largest strong est and coolest in the market lie also splices all kinds of rope fur nishes yacht and fishermens sup plies tents camping outfits und fishing tackle for sale or rent The repairstransmission vator ropes and carries a complete stock of waterproof aprons and oil clothing He makes anything that can be made of rope or twine und makes a specialty of seines and nets PHENOMENAL PIGEON Frank 0 Morgan the pigeon cm thuslast of Mackin Council is fins1 trated over what happened In his loft this week Frank was imbued with the idea that ho could train or breed a pigeon that would exhibit and use three wings Three three three was the motto for the Morgan lofts at 502 Twentysixth street but the old hen pigeon that hatched out the birds let hir offspring have wingsPrankthat his new bird will be able to walk onethird faster than its ndver saries even if it eon not fly PLAYING CHEAT BALL The man in Louisville with the sunny smile this week Is Tlrmnns A Darker President of the Louisville Itase Hall Club Ills team ins struck a winning streak and thin result is that President Darker Is kindly disposed to the whole world The Col ends will return to Joulnville for u game next Friday unit two games Saturday July 4 Sunday July 0 they will play at CpliimbuK mid at Toledo on this following day After that they will return home for no series of three dines e ehwlth Toledo and Indianapolis nOJUNiCANS RETREAT If On Thursday the Dpinlnfcan mass tegan their annual retreat at St- Catherines Academy near Spring fcld Tile Jlew Father Vilfriil Avery CJiPofthd Patalonlut Coda vent thin aJtpvet1ie tnrtructkmsuu J r I REFRIGERATORS o Get ready for summer while you can get Refrig- eratorsJJ cheap We have just received a car load of Refrigerators that will be offered for sale o as low as 550 This is a great chance Take T advantage of it t i iOURLEADER I Oak Refrigerator galvanized 5 the 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American IlJiittlctlcld Graphic Story From Historic Shiloh Told by Veteran VlltClII Late Lamented Father Ityau a Witness of ii Pathetic hearten DEATH CLAIMED ANOTER HERO A writer in the Hibernian pub lished in Boston who was a corre spondent for a London dally Journal during the civil war gives a graphic story of the union of a brother and sister on the battlefield of Shiloh coupled with a story of the character of the Rev Father Ryan tho Poet Priest of the South The writer says In partFather Ryans orderly came run ning in with the news that the Union forces led by Sheridan were attack Ing The mists that concealed the Federal troops were lifted and Sher idan at the head of his regiment could be plainly seen advancing The orderly whose name was Miles Dris coll had just been intrusted with im portant dispatches so he hurriedly grasped our hands and knelt for ta blessing from Father Ryan Drlscoll was not yet twentyone Six years before ho came from the Glen of Aherlow He had earned the confi dence of his Colonel by his valor and his kindly nature When the battle ceased our tent was within the Federal lines and we narrowly escaped being captured II learned that Col Sullivan was dangerous wounded From an ambu lance squad I learned that Father Ryan was administering to the wounded in the battlefield I found him What a ministering angel he was how well his labors gave testi many that the love the Southern sol diers bore for him was deserved I 1I approached and grasped his hand lie did not recognize me He appeared as If he had lost the human that the spiritual alone possessed himOh Gracious God ho exclaimed will not this sacrifice satisfy thy wrath Look with pity on thy erring people Tho scene was appalling But lot the strangest of all appeared Struggling up tho crimson crags was a girlish form with a small lantern in one hand The nuns garb in which she was attired was nigh torn to shreds and the crucifix which was suspended from her girdle was wet with the blood of the wounded while she held tho sacred einBlem In her trembling hands and asked forgiveness of Him whose blood was shed on Calvary for all She hurriedly approached the priest and said Oh Father Ryan como at once there Is a soldier in gray dying In yonder thicket and ho is craving to see you before he dies Come for mercys sake The good priest beckoned me to assist her and we soon reached the thicket There lay Miles Driscoll the orderly his lifeblood ebbing slowly Father Ryan ho muttered faintly I was afraid you would not come The doctor ordered the am bulance not to wait for me that death would claim mo soon Father send the news to my mother May God comfort her Send her this scapular I got it from my sister Eileen from the Convent In Balti more He ceased talking The good priest told mo to make a note that Miles DrIscoll of time Glen of Aherlow was killed today As he repeated the name tho nun gave n scream and sprang forward and looked into the wounded mans eyes and exclaimed Oh Miles my brother Is it you 7 and swooned away The dying soldier raised on his elbow and looked with dazed and far off look at Father Ryan and faint ly said What voice is that I heard Whose eyes looked Into mine Answer me Father Ryan where is she Tho good priest was holding the swooning sister In his arms tho voice seemed to bring her back to consciousness and she knelt by the side of the dying boy and kissing his pallid lips she whispered Miles 1 am hone A strange light came into his eyes and eagerly he asked her What Eileen sro you soldiering too The effort was too much for him and ho sank back again and closed his eyes while the tears of the anguished sister fell on his brow Again his strength seemed to return Reaching out he grasped her hand and said Oh Eileen I am so glad you are come Kiss me darling I see the clouds are falling over the Galtees I hear the birds singing in the near the old home woodlandI ing for me at the old boreen and lit tle Willie who has slept so many years in the old churchyard is with her and they are beckonoing for me to come Pray for mo Eileen kiss me for I must go Resting his head on her bosom his spirit passed away Father Ryan could not speak for a time then raising his hands to heav en he exclaimed Oh Mother Ire land how gloriously your fame Is earned by these soldiers of the sword and of the crucifix HARE OLD CHUKCir St Patricks parish New Orleans recently observed the diamond jubilee Of its foundation The first church for English speaking Cath olics from the Gulf of Mexico to the Great Lakes from the west of the Missouri to tho Rocky Mountains and beyond to the Pacific coast St Pat ricks church ranks after the ancient St Louis Cathedral as the most his toric and important In the archives of Louisiana St Patricks parish was founded in 1833 mostly by Irish Catholic Immigrants Rev Adam Kindeloq was the first pastor of this the second church in New Orleans and he was succeeded by Rev James Mullen who moulded Its fortunes for more than thirty years He bunt u D o r 1 4v 1t A SOREEF AS EVES IS OUR SHOWING OF Carpets and Ross Best qualities and low prices characterize our offerings We are pioneer dealers in WALL PAPER and guarantee satisfactory work at a reasonable price Hubbuch Bros 5242628 W MARKET STREET Oi FOR Furniture- v Of all kinds at the lowest prices Go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET Home Phone 5687 Cumb Main 4ty HENRY FU6HS FLORISTFu- neral Designs and Flowers for all occasionsQ- REENHOUSESChnrles and Texas Sts STORE Hopkins Theatre Building the present church na it now stands In 1837 Father Mullen who was noted for his learning and wit died In 1SCC at the age of seventyfour years Rev T J Fitzgerald the present pastor took charge in 1903 He is a native of Ireland and one of the youngest rectors in tho New Orleans archdiocese He was ordained at Carlow College where he studied for tho priesthood In 1899 and came at once to this country Since assuming the pastorate of St Patricks Father Fitzgerald has done splendid work In building up the parish both spiritually and materially HINTS ON STYLE The negligee or flowered mull is finding great faor withfnilady just tow There is n great vogue for barred materials lawns batistes and mus- lins The present sleeve is close but not tight it molds the arm without binding it The elaborate tea gown requires n plaited underrobe of chiffon or mousscline do sole Embroidered Swisses either flowered or in plain white are much used in the making of tea gowns nnd jackets No garment could be more delight ful than the real French morning wrapper for those who spend their mornings in their bedrooms The tunic idea presents many charming possibilities for trimming since the overskirt almost invariably is bordered in one way or another For a dress of silk or veiling the collar yoke and Sleeves may be of ace or embroidered net and the In serted vest suctions may be of heavier lace Coat effects are still liked In the province of the elegant negligee and embroidered crepe shawls with fringe nre used in some of the elaborate gowns The triumph of the American girls smartness is most apparent in her simple gowns but her coat on tho other hand may be as much decorated as her fancy suggests Ostrich feathers are not considered proper for mourning and the flow ors should show no touch of color The sailor shape Is permitted but the ornamentation of all millinery is confined to tulle net or ribbon Appropriate garments to lessen the depressing look of mourning in hot weather may be found in great variety Recruits from these ranks ire voile crepe do chine mousseline de sole nuns veiling pongee mull and lawn Fashions wide diversions this season have their compensating touches The tall and naturally short waisted women in the high waisted gown becomes all skirt She finds relief in the Grecian tunic which reeks the long line from waist to hem and relieves the unbroken expanse of skirt that otherwise would be impossible for her No part of a womans outfit is so a wen chosen and nintilymade tea gown and while its only intended for the most In formal wear it is as necessary as a reception gown While the lines nre loose and graceful the figure is usually fitted and tho loose flowing effect Is given by the drapery and sleeves SHERIDAN STAYS HOME Martin J Sheridan the best all around athlete in America and doubtless in the world will not go to Lon don to take part In the forthcoming Olympian games Mr Sheridan Is a member of tho New York police force He says his refusal to go abroad at this time Is from personal and private reasons Martin denies however that he Is contemplating matrimony as hps been asserted I I j jIi 11it Ff j4 11 i J r Something About Battle That Encouraged the Colonists to Fight a Tho British Commander Vita Intctl Agreement With Dos ton Solons Mummy Irish Navies Among the Soldiers Who Fought and Died VICTORY WAS DEARLY BOUGHT One of the greatest events in American history was the battle of Bunker Hill fought on Juno 17 1775 more than a year before the famous Declaration of Independence upon the part of the American colonies The American soldiers were raw recruits while the flower of the trained vet erans of the British army were sent against them Time object of the British invading force was lo capture Boston The British veterans were hired men the Americans were volunteers men who were fighting against oppression men who wanted liberty who were waging war for the protection of their altars and homesAs Michael Doheny writes they neither received nor expected pay for their dangerous service nnd were kept together solely by vir tuous patriotism Time troops if such they may be called nsknowl edged no control and though they sat down before the city prepared to bravo danger and entlm they were bound by no obligation save their own courageous purpose The army was in fact a multitude of men brought together by the im pulsive enthusiasm of sudden emer gency but there was no Instance of devotion in ancient or modern times to suggest a hope that without provisions ammunition clothing or pay beyond the uncertain supplies of patriotism theycould be main tained after the first flush of victory subsided or necessity began to press upon them They had scarcely any of the agencies which in nil ages en abled nations to wage successful war On the other hand the British were supplied to repletion with nil that the Americans lacked They had able Generals nnd disciplined troops nnd their army was well stored and provided with all the re quirements for aggression or del fense Their vessels of war too were moored around the town so placed as to prevent approach or destroy it at a moments notice And behind nil stood the most un scrupulous and powerful nation in the world on land or sea General Gage the British com mander backed bysuch seasoned veterans ns Generals Howe Clinton and Hurgoyne made an agreement with the Selectmen or city fathers of Boston to allow those who wished to leave the city with their families The movement to leave became gen eral and then Gage violated his agreement He would not allow women rphildren to leave but kept them as hosi res for the good be havior of time patriots But on the morning of June 17 JJ75 the British outposts discovered that the Ameri can patriots had fortified Breeds Hill during the night Tbe filer mad been given to fortify pinker Hill but for reasons of expediency the main defenses were erected on Breeds Hill There the battle took place but to this tiny and probably until the end of time it will be known as the battle of Bunker Hill As the patriots labored with their picks and spades they were cheered on in their work by the distant signals of Alls well that cane from the British ships of wnr and their sentinels on shore They pro claimed that they were still undis covered and at everycry of the grateful words the patriots plied their tools with increased vigor When Gen Gage was notified soon after dawn that the Americans were intrenched he gave orders for the ships and batteries to begin n silultaneous attack on time breast works Toward noon he found that the fire of the ships and batteries had not interfered with the Ameri cans mud gave orders for nn assault upon the heights It was 3 oclock in the afternoon when the British force of picked men advanced upon the breastworks Col Prescott knowing that Ills men were short of powder ordered them to withhold their fire until they could see the whites of their enemies eyes and then to fire low About this time also the British army set fire to Charlestown a suburb of Boston The fire did not discourage the American patriots Instead it roused them to greater enthusiasm against the enemy The first assault of the British was repulsed and red coats went Town as if swept by a scythe The second assault was no more success ful Ilythis time the powder of the Americans was exhausted limit they made a gallant stand and fought with the butt ends of their muskets until driven from their entrench ments Though the British forces claimed the victory it was one dearly bought The British lost 1500 men while the Americans sustained loss of 115 killed 305 wounded and thirty talon prisoners in nil 450 men There were men of Irish birth anti parentage at the battle of Bunker Hill The blood they sited in the cause of liberty was not wasted and today there are few cities In Ireland that numbers more Irish names than the city of Boston Col Prescott was in command of the Americans at time battle of Bunker Hill and his prin cipal aide was Major Richard Me+ Teary Besides there were Cant Samuel Dunn Licit Charles Dougherty and hundreds of other volunteers of Irish birth or descent RELIEVES NEURALGIA Ginger Poultices Instead of mustard prepared in the same man nerO youw muntanl poultlcee will relieve neuralgia at once and will net blister Y 1v1 v +r- F r jjr Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Climb Phone West 191 Homo Phone 19- 13THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold 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FIFTH STREET LOUISVILLE KY fJ 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 VOTE FOR I r IIERMANNeI NBWCOJH Candidate For +r OONGR E SSh df Democratic Partysib C6ajretio al District 0 le lassftePRAY- ERBOORS AND RO TES TO SUIT BVERY TASTE GKyeui 4 atltAndigipeCt our line of gOodsT Ya18the fAneetoftbIrkiddtathecltaY HHSIA8AZlIESUDi ROM ARTICLES OF EVERY UcIUnloft i J i 1 n a 484 W JeUer J lo1 1 trfeot Y 4 a + 4 1 IBtMD iwTEMT- Sg s jiw i 92x12 prTents 825 8i 10x14 Wall Tents 950 S 12x14 Wall Tents 1225 ic 500c1 H A complete line of both new and 51 X secondhand Tents and Tarpaulins J4 = We sell or rent and guarantee to quote jy you prices lower than any other XX house Call or write Both phones t t jj St ifi Louis P Hyman Co yy s i ss s i XX 529 EAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE KY yy 6 NH N N NN xooo tooN IIN NN N N N NNs 1N tANNNNNMNMN 1 N1 Nr TWO GAMES Louisville Base Ball Fans Have Treat in Store Today The Louisville base ball club iIs back from another scurry over the Western and part of the Eastern district and will play two games with Hilly Clymera Columbus team today at Eclipse Perk The morning game will be called about 10 oclock and the afternoon game about 3 oclock The record made by the home team on its trip has enthused Louisville fans and it is safe to say that both games will be well attended Attorney Thomas A Darker President of the Louisville Baseball Club has only one regret ho wishes the team could play at night uo that he might have a chance to wend up some fireworks Dutlle added in conversation with a representative of the Ken tucky Irish American Jimmy Burke anti his boys will make enough pyrotechnic displays during the two games to make up for what might be nightI with the teams work Winning eight out of thir teen games on the Western circuit was a teat in itself and the boys will do even better on the Eastern cir enilj before they g through Louis vllle people appreciate a team that plays good ball and that Is what our dqingThej tomor rote and at Toledo Monday and hen jumps bacl home for a series of andlJni will Ife one of these itnree team and in all likttbagd7ouigafllhonatsfrom JJ- II cHkne e- IndiaMpoe kf ytrV the whlebboldi firstphee and tq flMftno Toledo wMoh oeou plea third plant ant the ronninirv n rr- R Qm cf J WORKING DELEGATE Thomas Page Watson who is one of Typographical Union No 10s delegates to the J T U convention which meets t1l Boston next month Iso veteran printer and one of the moat active and earnest labor union advocates inthdty or State lie bas sewed theJlocalf union in man capacities and Wj8s+ never found wanting whenVther was hard worn to do Mr SVatson is a native of Frankfort bbt hasreslded in Louis yule for mbar ye rs Ho is proud of his Statet Jijs city of No 10 and of the Intern Uo 1 Typographical Union Loc lTconigosltora feel that they will belably r presented by Mr Watson at IJjp ton and that he will work for thsf bwtainterests of No 1Q R 10ftheArdellIngeneJal Mrs Watson will her husband on the rIRb mEny Visit agra Falls and N ai route XHklr l1gOa with letkrs t95 efJheIeAdl TrA terJcD i faDdrirttis11- tII tile to- pId Jrat W T tC7 cJ f fie r BASKET PICNIC Unity Council Will Trea Friends to Old Time Outing An old fashioned basket picnic un der the auspices of Unity Council Y M LI of New Albany will attrac crowds from that city Jeffersonville and other points in Southern Indian to Charlestown today The picnic wil be held in the grove at the Charles town fair grounds eighteen mile east of New Albany and the interurban cars will carry passengers di rect to the grounds Round trip tickets will cost fifty cents ant admission to the park will be only ten cents Special cars will leave the station at State and Spring streets at 10 11 12 1 2 and 3 oclock and the regular trains will leave fifteen minutes be fore each hour The committee in charge is made up of J A Asha branner Louis Lamke Peter Fetter Joseph Schmitt Charles Skellyand Jacob Penn Every family will carry its own basket and dine on the grass in the good old fashioned way A good band will be provided and be sides the fair grounds is equipped with a bowling alley and shooting range SAMPLE OF REFORM The Sunday lid does not appear to be held down very tight despite the activity of police and detectives who Invade private residences without warrant of laW in search of evidence Louisville was supposed to bo a dry town last Sunday but Its Police court docket had a list oM60 cases on Ion- daYJIlornlng rho1 majorttyoUieo- fenders were oMarged either with being drUNk or drunk and disorderly Th8 cage IB the court room wan BO crowded that ihe prteipnerg scarcely dare breathing roOm n T aZa aaZttl H + 1T btSYoa iac4M4+ k4 + r NN ON NON0 1i10NPN + TORStt I j fGetready for summer whJjefBo can get Refrig erators cheap We have jwst e dived a car load of Refrigerators that wili SEQffered for sale qs low as 550 This istchance Take J advantage of itIOUR LEAD M Handsome well finished Oalcjojtfflgerator galvanized lining double lid to save the ice ally cleaned 7Spound capacity 3ara B i 550 i I ITHECOLU lined mi i1 wool filler remov ice ftVcIflPrices 1250 to t 2600according to size AflCBt THE OPALIT iWe are agents for the celebrated f te Refrigerators + tHe highest type of modern sanitary icdjcajgrving refrigera tors Highly polished Oak ease sanitRSiKelves Neptune i hair insulator g3SOO to 5000 YOU CAN PAY CASH OR IN CONVENT A y MENTS I 1JAMESGRENEV 425=272g E Market Street 1j 1 BEST TERMS L VEST PRICES fNNOiftFNNONO r 908 NOVEMBER ELECTI 1908 SWAGAR SHELLEY r E Candidate for ReElectio 0- CONGRESSIFTH DISTRICT Subject to action Democratic Party UNION ICE CREAfCO pure Ice Cream Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH We have our own Dairy and Ice PlantS STRE4Cream This en ubJes us to put a better cream on the market ata n our competitors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y H It U I I t I I H H In rIAx WIWaL C YPA4XL ALKOL845 West Green Street 1oza f II1c 4r0 r t r I r- II r A UENALE INSAHARTFORD CONN F k LOREN B WILLIAMSON MANAGER g riThisCompany writes a policy with COMPLETE PROTECTION features= on both the Participating and forms This feature provides that in case + f of Total Disability from sickness or accident continuing for twelve months policy is paid to insured in cash in yearly installments and PREMIUMS CEASE You have it You dont have to die to the benefit of such contract Such liberal Lifepay no more for this feature so why not get a a Insurance policy never sold beforerM Second FI KylireTHE BEAUTIFUL AN HARMING rnI3A GR CHICKEMNGHighest point of perfection rcach9Eupiis piano We would enjoy talking to youfMgthis Baby Grand and demonstrate its marveiafipSe equalitiesIWith this invitation we hope to s I o MONTENEGRO1 sRIEHl USIC COe I Incorporated I Euasoao FOURTH UIf Stop 1OUF1ced Tea Our Iced Tea FoMtjimMis now in opera tion and the publici is cordially invited to call and sample our Tea The sam ple drink costs you nothing and the Tea from which it is made costs only 45c POUND Green and Black MixedCOFFEt3 MULLOYCOFFEB Sl14 W lUARKET STREET r I st Y Bottled iNccmro RATED Mail orders at above prices and safe ir1 te 1 v sacrific Pia makes all prices Nov f time to buy Dont dela a Pianos now selling 1 l 5ifi 350 98 v The early buyer gets best I COR Slh STS a HAND Fagan 210 East f streett r 1w4 lose a thumb and three angers ifcile a Joiner a factory tom T7 i rrt- J GAS RANGES the Quick Meal has be Jrersally as the be ge in market They cook qu iWVe and on account of dent burners consume less g ljany They more e fned and made to Then this year will keep it i Jrjrat rank made our 1 Strict before the in prices goods we are able to sell MARKET NEAR SECOND I I o o I S JAS W HENDRICKS G HARDING ARDIN fI tif t Corporation Railroad a It k Work a Specialty 5 5tusAll strictly confider bond if required ReferenceAny reputable corporation in the city r fSty x ROOM JOII NAL BLDG x OOooOOOOoo + X+ oo AA AyyYYYYTTTTTYYY Smiths In Bon- dDISTILLINGSMITH j COMPANY given prompt attention shipment PIANAt tremendous Upright Upright regular 350 at 150APIANOS NOW w the bargain f TILLER AND WALNUT 3s MANGLED J Edward of Market New Albany suffered vot operating in ATS ry ti QJgLMEAL years acknowledged the excellently air other are are last Movements Having advance SB at SONisSTREET WM HENDRICKS DETECTIJXiENCY consultations 400 COURIER OFFICE Crony Highgrade fl eomplioatlonsfIn YYYYY Being the Distiller I Can Give You r t Pure Whiskey at Low Prices 4Year Old at 225 per gallon 6e e 250ui 8 J 300 10 u 400u14n e e 500uF W L SMITHf t Kytand money wilt be refunded 01M1NOSNNNM i UPTO DATE PLANT One of the best appointed and most odernly equipped wagon manu icturing establishments in Louisville i that of Peter M Andrlott Sons 33 West Green street It is one of ithe oldest and best established firms 2Jn Louisville but recently it has been htysnorecapacity Peter M Andrlott Son build and repair wagons and caJ riages furnish rubber tires of an kinds conducting a general horse shoeing and blacksmithing establishment administer over the affairs of a carriage hospital can do anything than any modern or uptodate blacksmiths or wagon makers can do An electric forge is the latest acquisition to the plant DIED AT SHELBYVILLE Mrs Michael Drown ono of the best known and most highly respect ed ladles in Shelbyrllle died very suddenly at her home in that city on Friday of last week She was sixty five years old and is survived by her husband and five children They are Mrs Peter Jennings of Louisville Mrs John Cotter John J Patrick and Michael Brown all of Shelbyville The funeral took place from Uib Catholic church at Shelbyville on Sunday afternoon and the remains were tenderly laid to rest in OroVo Hill cemetery j ST WILLIAMS DAY Tuesday was St Williams day and was appropriately celebrated a j fit Williams church The Rev Father Desire D Miller of Springfield Ill who is the guest of the JRev Denis Murphy pastor of the church cele brated the high mass and delivered an eloquent sermon on the life ofi St WlHa a w4nwy i j 1 If PICNIC ND FIELD DAY GIVEN BY THE Ancient rder of Hibernians WHITE CITY hJULY4thM Dancing Irish Field Sports iw See the great TugofWar between picked teams ADMISSION JllENTS Ladies and Free I M I LETTER CARRIERS DREW CROWD The Louisville letter carriers drew a record breaking crowd to the White City last Saturday afternoon and evening The boys in gray were all on hand to spiel and boost for the various amusements At night there was a display of fireworks Quite a nice sum was realized for the fund to aid sick and disabled postmen KNIGHTS TO ELECT Jeffersonville Counc ts of Columbus which wasd last Sunday under most m s circumstances will me p ht next week to elect office meeting was to have beenWednesi1 day night but It convenient for many of the fto be pres eat PROMI DER Gentlemen jjo ereabouts will have to look i ilaurels in cup races etcn Bd OBrien the young tobacr fls now develop pg into onejj Jbest young horse men amoneii s s country riders Edmund i ten dally on his favorite n nlloplng out the boulevardr SEXTON Edmund A gan Assistant CIvil Engineer of the Illinois Central railroad and a son of Alfred H Egan Division Superintendent of the same road with headquarters In Louisville and Miss Helen Sexton of Chicago were united in marriage In the last named city on Monday morning The father and mother of the groom went to Chicago to witness the marriage ceremony Qn 4returnlng from their bridal toaplftSfand Mrs Egan will make th In Louisville 1 FIFTY YEARS Mr Anthony Scherer a vener jjjwllnff Green couple celeb plr golden wedding in that Monday On June 29 1858 Mrs Scherer were mar vied tville but later removed to Green where they have sin d The aged couple re tie vows of fidelity at St J lurch Monday morning in t ce of a large number off d descendants The Rev omas Jt Hayes heard the jf the vows and celebrated of thanksgiving After the ceremonies Mr and Mrs held an allday reception and V many congratulations II 1 DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL i Bowling Green Messenger a n Democratic semiweekly Journal published by Judge Samuel B Hines and his newly formed company and edited by Col Ed O Leigh formerly private secretary of Gov Beckham and for years before that one of the best known newspaper men In the State made its initial bow last Sun day It will appear every Thursday and Sunday hereafter It will be n straightforward Democratic journal in policy and will line up with no po litical faction The Messenger is bright and newsy and Its editorials are clever and thoroughly Democratic in one Already the Messenger has received a warm welcome into the field of Kentucky journalism FONTAINE FERRY PARK Big crowds were the rule at Fon taine Ferry Park every afternoon and night this week and still larger crowds are expected this afternoon and tonight The excellence of the vaudeville bill and the open air con cert to say nothing of the amuse ment devices make this resort more popular every day The management has announced a still stronger vaude- Ville bill for next week and will keep all the other amusements running full time The beautiful surround- Ings the breezes from the Ohio river the myriad of electric lights all add to make Fontaine Ferry Parka favorite with the people and then Meln Host Tony Landenwich presides 0 tiy over the culinary department which Is in itself a guarantee that the inner man will be provided for HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 will meet Thursday night of next week On Friday evening of next week Division 2 will hold its regular ses sion Next Tuesday evening the Jeffer sonville division will meet in regular sessionBecause there were five Mondays in June Division 4 will not meet again until Monday July 13 The Ladies Auxiliary met last Wednesday night and heard partial reports on the result of their outing Holders of tickets for the outing are urged to make returns to their respective divisions at the next reg ular meetings A large attendance Is expected at the meeting of Division 1 next Tues day night as there is a great deal of routine business to be transacted MemphisTenn MileyKansaswill be paid at the same rate as Uncle Sams regulars The various members arc now sig nifying to their respective Secretaries whether they intend to attend the IndlanavolisIntageous rates these reports should be made at once The New Albany division will hold its third annual picnic at Glenwood Park on Thursday July 16 It is one of the most prosperous divisions around the Falls Cities and its mem bers expect a big turn out from Jef farsonvflle and Louisville The Kentucky State convention will be held in a few months and ways and means to advance the or der and the race ought to be brought forward The coming gathering ought to take up matters of interest to the members in this State It is a cause for comment that in the more than thirty years the order has been established in Kentuckynot one Louisville division owns its own hall With the aggregate sums paid for rent the Louisville divisions would be able to pay for a perma nent home In a few years Word has been received in this city that Thomas Connolly for the past twelve years State Secretary of the order in Minnesota is very ill and while his physicians say he has little chance his friends continue to hope for his recovery Mr Con nolly has been a letter carrier in Minneapolis for years has attended a number of national conventions and is well liked by all who know him WILL TAKE NECESSARY REST The Rev Father John J Fitzger ald pastor of St Leos church High land Park will go to New York some time this month for a brim rest Al ways a hard worker he has beery In defatigable In his labors at St Leoo and his friends have urged him to take a little rest and recreation During his absence one of the priests of the Passion 1st order at Sacred Heart Retreat will care for the spir itual needs of his congregation Father Fitzgerald built Holy Cross church on West Broadway and later went to Shelbyville where he estab lished a splendid record Thoroughly familiar with his record as a hard worker the Right Rev Bishop Mc Closkey brought him back to Louis yule three years ago to found St Leos parish He has done his work well and his people appreciate and support his labors Soft silk sashes tied at the side The long ends are finished with heavy tassels i IA n MAINE CENTENARY On July 17 the one hundredth an niversary of the erection of tho first permanent Catholic church In Maine will be observed at Damarlscotta PICNIO FOR ORPHANS Archbishop Moeller of Cincinnati has issued a pastoral calling atten tion to the annual picnic for the ben efit of St Josephs Orphan Asylum asylum SULLIVAN FOR VICE PRESIDENT The Polk County delegation of Iowa Democrats will present the name of one of their number Hon Jere miah Sullivan of Des Moines for Vice President of the United States They claim he will make a splendid running mate for William Jennings Bryan FATHER YORKS PICNIC A special feature of St Pauls pic nic at Phoenix Hill Park today will be an allday dinner served by the ladles of the parish The Rev Father Thomas A York pastor of St Pauls assisted by his parish ioners has provided many interest ing amusements for their patrons J I FOR GERMAN PILGRIMS A splendid hall for German pil grims was recently dedicated In Rome Here food and shelter will be provided for the many German Catholics who yearly visit tho Eter nal City It Is in the rear of the Vat ican palace and closo to the German church of the Anima Among the large contributors was the German Emperor GIVEN ONE MORE PRIEST The Right Rev Bishop Chatard of Indianapolis has given Greenville township an additional priest The Rev Father Gottlieb of Richmond Ind has been appointed rector of St Marys church at Navilleton eight miles north of New Albany The Rev Father Donahue who formerly attended the parishes of Navilleton and Bradford will hereafter confine his duties to the latter parish NOT TIlE OLDEST Archbishop Colgan of Madras India is the oldest prelate In the Catholic church says the Irish World Then It relates that the Archbishop was born In Ireland in 1824 went to India in 1844 In 1850 he became the Archbishop of Madras The mistake about this is that our own Right Rev Bishop Mc Closkey was born in 1823 one ear before Archbishop Colgan saw the light of day- AMERICAN ATIILETES SAIL Manager Hatpin and Trainer Murphy with their American team of athletes sailed from New York for London on the steamer Philadelphia last Saturday The team will take part in the Olympian games that are to be pulled off In London this month Many of tho athletes are members of the New York IrishAmerican Athletic Club The team will not cease training while crossing tho ocean CLOSING EXERCISES Holy Trinitys parochial school held its first commencement exer cises in the school hall at Kentucky and Dupuy streets last Monday night and several hundred parents crowded the spacious hall in their ef fort to see how their children would conduct themselves The programme was varied between German and English and the manner in which the children acquitted themselves re flected great credit on the Ursuline Sisters who have been their in structors during the past ten months The ROT Father Peter J Berresheim pastor of Holy Trlnity church is well pleased with the showing made at the close of the first year of his school 11 J J1o ii z r x ENTUCKY STATE AGENCY NonParticipating MusitSKFireworks Children sii=rrJt 9 f BE SURE TO CALL FORf McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE t tltlH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky m Ii h Typewriti1gI UNSS SPENCER President 11acquisition COMMERCIAL SCHOOL tdPvHUcSirenTuraerNurIsSpencer INatural Gas For Cooking CONNECTIONS FREE We have enlarged our Gas Works to meet the WINTER demand and we MUST find a market for the gas in the SPRING SUMMER and FALL We are offering to make a limited number of gas connections without render Ing any bill for same until gas has been used for THREE FULL MONTHS We will then credit the cost of gas used against the cost of connections and collect only the small balance remaining if there should be one IF YOUR HOUSE IS ON A STREET REACHED BY OUR PIPES WRITE OR TELEPHONE FOR DETAILS KENTUCKY HEATING COMPANY GAS COX E AND COAL TAR FOR BALI FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET 1 F SULLIVAfl Manage y 1iIAADQiTA1RTFv12u9 FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SprlnIlmbcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISYILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY NHfN NNc o NOs NN- s UNION BREWING GO COMMON BEER Telephone 2597 941 Franklin Street GENUINE BOTTLED s V Bears this trade mark Unl m s you find name blown in bottle you are being deceived For picnics out ings and home use order from CocaCola Bottling Works 100810 W Main St Both Phones MADE SOME MONEY The Supreme Council Convention Entertainment Committee met at Mackin Club House last Sunday after noon to hear reports from the various subcommittees All the returns have not beep made but it is estimated that between 250 and X300 will be left in the treasury after the bills for the successful outing have been paid James T Shelley has called another meeting of tlCommittee at Mackin Club House at 8 oclock Friday night July 10 He desires a full attendance of the committee Lady friends of the Y M I from Mackin Trinity and Unity Councils aro also requested to be present at the meeting Friday night as it Is the intention of the committee to have as many of them as possible to aid In decorating the convention hall and to help make preparations for the ball that will be i tendered the Supreme delegates and visiting ladies SUCCESSFUL LAWN FETE The ice cream festival and lawn fete for the benefit of the Church of the DlessedSacrmenton the church grounds Tuesday night was a success in every way The grounds were crowded with the parishioners their rlendsand the ladles whj the affair in tcbarge sough t n FLOORFIX FOR FLOORS LOUISVILLE VARNISH J00 LOUISVILLE 09 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of 250000 deposits of over a million dollars and assets of over 1300000 is about the oldest bank by original title in Loulsvilli having passed Its fortyfirst annlverI sary and many of the banks exist- Ing In 1867 when the bang liepir have either gone into liquidation or changed their title The German Be curity Dank under one manngemer since its inauguration has been 50 conservatively managed as to havA paid to its original stockholders some 70000000 in dividends and Is noW declaring its eightysecond dividend the stockholders who originally toole the stock and hold It yet having received over four for one It has never failed to pay a regular semiannual dividend of from 4 to 6 per cent in January and July and Its stock when on the market which 1 is seldom commands readily 175 per share It weathered the great panics Qf 1873 1884 1893 and 1907 and all the other panics paying promptly all checks drawn on it In cash and had plenty left It is the laborer small merchant and the manufacturers friend and grants them accommodations when they prove to be trustworthy and pays them interest on their savings Few men in Louisville are more noted for their Intej rlty and public spirit than are the officers of this bank The aro James S Barret President J Fred Kellne Vice President George Gutlg Casl for and Charles Gutlg Assistant Cashier IRISHMAN Was Custodian of Historl Flag Now in GrantsI Tomb One of the patriotic emblems that repose in the tomb of President and Gen Ulysses S Grant at Riverside N Y is a tattered flag that wail through the war of 186165 It was originally presented to Company D Marlon Battalion Third Missou Service of the United States Reserve Corps At the close of the service of the reserve corps It was presented ito Company K of the fiftieth Illlno Infantry The flap was made in the spring of 1861 by Mesdames J T IK Hayward Josiah Hunt Q 0 BIsho and Miss Mary Meader all but the last named wives of patriotic once In the Federal army Among the officers of the reserve corps was Lieut Thomas D McGl llcuddy who was born In Louisvlll in 1835 but who entered the service of the United States at Hannibal Mo as First Lieutenant Company B on April 17 1861 Later ho Joined the Fiftieth Illinois Infantry serve throughout the war and was mustered out of service at Snvnnttnh Gn Jan uary 1 18G5 He still lives and resides at Cleveland and has won renown as a military historian The flap which now reposes in the tomb of President Grant was borne through Fort Henry Tonn and was the first flag on tho works at Fort Donelson It was at Shiloh Corinth and Booncvllle Miss and Tow Creek and Tuscumbla Ala At the close of the war It was given Into the keeping of Capt McGlllcuddy who after retaining It forty years gave iIt to William T Sherman Post G A R at Hannibal Mo whence It hai come originally Later still it was sent to Riverside N Y and hang in mute and tattered testimony to the worth of Gen Grant GOING ABROAD Cardinal Gibbons Will Be Conspicuous at London Assembly Cardinal Gibbons accompanied by his traveling companion Rev I ODonovan will probably sail on July 18 from New York for London to attend the Eucharistic Congress which Is to bo held there from September 9 to 13 The Cardinal received a special invitation from Arch bishop Francis Borne of Westminster London and cabled his accept into Immediately The Cardinal will make one of the principal addresses before an audience of such men as Cardinal Logue of Ireland who recently visited this country am Cardinal Vannutelll the subdean of the College of Cardinals at Rome Cardinal Gibbons wlll bf the onlY one of the American prelates and clergy to attend the congress who will be a speaker Since Its organization nineteen years ago the Eucharistic Congress has become one of the most Important societies for spreading the devotion of the Blessed Sacrament Delegates from every country In the world will attend As the principal sessions of the congress will be hold in the new Westminster Cathedral Cardinal Gibbons will propably stay with the Cardinal Archbishop oi Westminster WHERE GERMANY WON During the latter half of the eight lenth century the period that saw lermany obtain the palm of instrumental music hitherto held by Italy fresh heroes appeared to lay their trophies upon the altar of Catholic with Haydn Mozart Beethoven and Weber were all devout Catholics whose genius and labor have given to the church a rich melodious inherit inco that will endure while the art of music Itself survives SIZE OF MEXICO Few are aware that the republic of Mexico has an area ot nearly 764000 square miles thus covering territory larger than the combined area of England Germany France and Spain ir to compare it with our own coun try It le eleven and a half timed the size of New England or nn ty two Imesaa large as the State ofiMaBsa chhusetts nia a fprtyelgth hours jodrgeyby the fastest express train 0- A n 4 cv iJIfi r from Ciudad Juarez upon the RIo Grande opposite El Paso Texas on the northern border to the capita city of Mexico which IIs far fronx be- Ing upon the southern extremity of the republic MANTLE t Of Andrew Jnckson Has Fallen UiJOn Tho Shoulders of Leaders f Roosevelt and Bryan Arc In Thorough Sympatliy With Ills Alms Cupidity Corruption nil pointed Ambition Three Evils OLD HICKORYS LAST FARE 1The American of today who and reads and thinks of what iiii reads must be Impressed by the spiit of Americanism that pervades Otlt really great leaders Both Roosev 1 and Bryan stand for tho great prixt clples that Andrew Jackson stood for more than sqventy years ago Pre Went Jnchi m was l oni of Irish parents soon after their arrival in Amer- Ica In the year 1767 He was elected to Congress in 1796 and to the United States Senate In 1797 In the war of 181314 ho defeated the Creek Indians and a year later commando the American forces that defeated the British army at Now Orleans He became Governor of Florida In 1821 and went back to the United States Senate in 1823 In 1828 ho was elected President of the United State and was reelected In 1832 Like President Roosevelt Old Hickory as he was called was always doing something and that something always counted On retiring from the Presidency In 1837 Presl dent Jackson cautioned his audience to work for the preservation of the Union and at the conclusion of his farewell address said You have no longer any cause to fear danger from abroad you strength and power are well known throughout the civilized world as well as the high and gallant bearing of your sons It Is from within among yourselves from cupudlty from corruption from disappointed ambition and Inordinate thirst for power that factions will be formed and liberty endangered It Is against such designs whatever disguise the actors my assume that you have especially to guard yourselves You have tho highest of human trust committed to your care Providence has showered on this favored lane blessings without number and has chosen you as the guardians of free dom to preserve It for the benefit ot the human race May he who holds In his hands the destinies of nation make you worthy of the favors he has bestowed and enable you with pure hearts and pure minds and sleepless vigilance to guard and de fend to the end of time the great charge he has committed to you keeping My own race Is nearly run advanced age and failing health warn me that before long I must pass beyond the reach of human events and cease to find the vicissitudes of human affairs I thank God that my life has been spent in a land of liberty and that he has given me a heart to love my country with the af fection of a son And filled with gratitude for your constant and unwavering kindness I bid you a last and affectionate farewe- llCLOSED DOORS Is Board of Public Safety After Only Irish Police It seems that the Board of Public Safety Is determined to get rid of as many of its Irish policemen as pO- Ssible Last Saturday R W Galway an old and trusted officer was before the board to answer charges preferred by Detective Robert Foster Galway was accused of not knowing that a saloon keeper on his beat had Ills saloon open on Sunday It would be difficult for any man In uniform to ascertain that a saloon was open because the violators of this law hastily lock up tight when they see a policeman in uniform Officers Flynn and John M Goff were charged with neglect of duty The evidence was heard behind closed doors as has been customary with this board FRIENDS WORTH WHILE The Right Rev John Lancaster Spalding the illustrious Bishop of eoria a Kentuckian by birth education and feeling says One of the criief joy In life is 1o know men by whom you can swear to know a man here and there over the world of whom you can say Wherever he Is tonight there he is helpful truthful sincere wise in elllgent an educated gentleman educated In every faculty of his being in those things which go to take the body a thing of delight and beauty educated in conscience s6 that even as the eye seeks the light his conscience seeks the right educated fully and completely It UNITY COUNCIL Unity Council Y M 1 of New Ibany will hold an Important meet- Ing next Tuesday night at which time delegates to the State conven tlon which will meet at Indianapolis 111 August will be elected Unity has lots pf able young men In Its ranks attli It Is safe to say that her rep esentatlv at the State conyen tlonwl11 tie active and earnest work e r8 IOCnth good of the order j J MY F HUSTLING AGENT Loren B Williamson Mak- Ing His Mark In Insur ance field Loren H Williamson who toolt charge of the Aetna Lifes Kentuck agency two years ago has made 0 most remarkable record The first year he wrote more personal business for his company than nn other man In the United States or Canada 1hls year he is making the same record for himself Mr Williamson line 1 by his energy and business sagacit made the State ngency one of the best known In the business probabl writing more personal business than nn KentuckyHe of the new enterprises in Louisville iis First Vice President of the Frankli Bank a director of the Commercial Club and Chairman of that body 8 Membership Commltte n member 01 many fraternal societies as well ns both the Pendcnnis and Count ClubsMr Williamsons record is one to be proud of He is making a mnrl for nil young men to emulate In n business wil- yABOUT THE FLAG lAct of Congress Was the Factor in Regulating I Stripes o American flag did not alwaj thirteen stripes of whitod etiabutt there are lots of Americans iriaBo not know that When the iien was formed there were fifteen tnggjof red and white and the ffiag IfSot changed from 1776 unUI aOn anunry 13 1791 Vermont pit cen admitted to the Union I nd Kentucky In 1792 Cot grewWeaacted That from and aCter th er day of May 1795 the flag of the 4Kel States will be fifteen str peeIalfernate red and white that the jmipn bo fifteen stars white In a blue field the Intention apparent being to add both a stripe and a star for each now State admitted In 1818 however the number of States having Increased to twenty Congress provided that the number of strIpes be reduced to thirteen to typify the original thirteen States that the number of stars be Increased 4 to twenty and that on the admission of every new State Into the Union one star be added to the union of the flag antk that such addition take elr- fecto ia fourth of July next suc ceed1 cHCh admission N JfVision was made for the man r fjfnrrnngement of the stars tad c ijQently there has been since 181Sfrii 1iflergence In this respe- cIJO f 1NGUIST 3ketcli 11ad Bright Youn Iris Frest Now in ROT1Ct An IrishAu tr4npriest of a ver nteresting kindtf just arrived at visit to Romer saorrespondeii- f the Now Yor l1 id He is D aly whose succew T ilan organize or the revival ofrtp guago of h ancestors has been tlistingulshe- n Ireland It seems r Daly ht teen specially destined from h routh for his labor of love As oung student in the Propagand ollege in Rome ho learned twelv anguages from his brother Lovitei iiuong which number were Include he Chinese tongue and moder reek After his arrival In Australl s a missionary priest his spare hour vero devoted to the study of th anguages llJRlilAn attack of lll Kwhlch rondos id imperative aBrotwfted stay In hoist clime broug E o Londot ipon reaching wh knew bu me Irish word v the after cards lie was four king set ions in Irish and a eks late 10 lectured before le Gaeli- cholarts in Dublin l1 honeti ystem of acqulrln thoroug knowledge of the tul of ongue Since then I i aefatig ible Mezzofantl has be ment- IilI in founding Irish tr eollege n Munster Connacht aii fo- oung Irish men and ljilf Hi nlsslon to Rome Is cd wltl i now plan to forward tli hi reamed and has not rot 4 4 MEMORY OF COLu I IIThe Spaniards are makln e lents for a series of yacht ommeroration of the 413 f ersary of the first voyage Ji 11fnother Columbus in t New World Owners of yachts have been Invited to participate The course will bo from Puerto Palos to Santa Cruz de Tenerlffe li the Canary Islands over 700 miles of- the first part of Columbus voyage and starting from the exact spot where his little vessel weighed an chor in 1492 FATHER GRIFFIN ILL The Rev Father H J Griffin for lerly assistant pastor of Holy Trin- Ity church New Albany and who was later transferred to Washington Ind has been compelled to retlh ulsh his charge at least tempor arlly and Is now receiving medical attention at an Indianapolis In wary He has been succeeded by- the Rev Father M J Gorman Father Griffin was very popular with New Albany people and they arc rry that he Is in 111 health PRIEST PREVENTED PANIC I At Syracuse N Y while several hundred children were about to re colve their first holy communion In- the Church of the Assuraptlpn artif- iCial flowers on the altar caught fire ltorehan 2400 people were in tho lurch and they rose up en masse to leave The Rev Father Bernard Schweizer who was addressing the- tlrst communicants commanded the peopre to be seated They as tin and to11 few mln hatdowoI P leet had extinguished the dn i 94 9 4 99 9 9v9 EIAT THE TOP BUT wjTfIIT REAOH E7 E KWAlnYE 33- II K 7UNJflii E S0 A HILPP couEH nANUPACTURERS OF Lj CSi AE E Grade IighLouisville Ky T JIJt c unC tt HOME PHONE 1805 SaiflL Robertson Granitoid and Cement Paving i Concrete Constructing and Fireproofing I Office and Residence 2312 Griffiths Ave Louisville P flfl UNATitfALCffiifilliG IIIII t III 1I I 1111 I les andIIII Funeral Suoplies of all Kindsg IWestfII- II II- 11th and Maga Louisville KyI intSts+ f + A II MEINRlF MASON I BAKER CONFECTIONERand I ICE CREAM MANUFACTURER HEADQUARTERS FOR FIRE WORKS Fresh assortment of Bread Cakes Rolls and Pies always on hand Home Phone 8956 1606 7th St Near St Catherine c gmmmmmmmmf f T immmiimmT mmtmmmtmimmmK II TRY THIS SILENT SALESMAN IrIIiIIIIIIININiIININMNIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM= ItL lEr It will Increase YourJBusihess without Extra Cost 2 All Union or Furnish It Esi i1 TypographilfJlnionNolO yyU- i11i111UllgbilIlUiliIruituuuuiiuuuuu uiauui I H LEPPirSR co CA1W WINES LIQUORS CIGARS Na HOMEPHONE 8908 CENTER AND GREEN STS OPPOSITE JAIL ffSXWXXX rftJ J t harles J CrOnat1 REAL ESTATE j 1i flii Bought Sold Exchanged Rented and Managed r DOME PHONE leu Room 31 Louisville Trust filc a 0 r CJtro nr 4 t t rc i c oKI u cVJH1f8IY AltIESICAl cI rn V IRISH flMERIGflN Moral Advancemfcmeatof Irish Americans ad CatholIcs ed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens statute and Catholic Knights of America SH AMERICAN PRINTING COIneorvorated Publishers N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered t the Louisville Pot office as SetoDdClau flatter all CoBisunlcatloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oreea St IOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 4 1908 OUR TENTH BIRTHDAY 0jleni yearS ago today the Kentuck a Irish American niode Itsff- 3t f- s initial bow was well received and the people n sought to serve then gave it the i HeartyJ support and year by year the list of subscribers and advertiser grew until its editors and publisher feel that iit is quito a healthy journal for Usage Its aim has been to give news of interest to Irish Americnn r1 of this city and State above all else After that its aim has been to give the news of the various Catholl t societies of the Falls Cities irrespec- tiveu of their race The same courtes has been extended to Germans Italians and French as to the Irish p Americans whenever the occasion of ji1 iedi It has been Democratic in llle as never inn a per y tn knnwunles had violated his trust mos granny At no time has there beer fcht of malice intended although re are people who at times differ m the Kentucky Irish American opinion and policy Without the loyal support of those has sought to serve this journal aid not have weathered the storm at have wrecked less fortunate en tprises during the past ten years reserves no credit to Itself save at it liar tried to the bes of its illty to work for the pest interests its friends and patrons As times prove with the prosperity that we iliejve is casting its shadow before e hope to make our journal better mn ever For the liberal support uis fur received we take this occa on to return sincere thanks and ish for our friends and patrons in eased prosperity and success ATIIOLICS DESERVE CREDIT A of our exchanges in speaking sayependence day very aptly uT amine scovery of America wns Pre projectS Catholic enterprise the dered Catholic navigator rcn n Lice of aVble by the self sacri sshom tvJoe Catholic Queen than b moredbcautilun ractei In the pages of history One of the chief motives of the expedition which was under the especial patronage of the Blessed Mother of God was to raise suffi- Cient money to defray the expense of equipping a large army to rescue the Holy Sepulchre from the hands of the Turks Throughout that eventful voyage across the trackless ocean the Ave Maria Stella as cended to heaven at the eventide from the deck of the Santa Maria and the first ensign of civilization that was planted on the shores of the New World was the standard of the splendid carvings in the Church of Santa Maria MaggSore the third of the great Basilicas of Rome was u the gift of Ferdinand and Isabella from the first treasures of their newfound empire Thus did Provi dence entrust an humble Genoese pilgrim a man of fervent piety with the mission of unveiling that ghty western world where today tholfc church numbers over dittoes dedicated to the f God in the cause of relig atlon and charity i EYES ON DENVER mocratic hosts have begun I in Denver for the national L that is to meet there next L nominate candidates for Lncy and Vice Presidency- me the platform upon will standor fall Men neasures are needed just v real leaders of the party fcre must be no quibbling Ls Both candidates must id the platform must be for all sections of the irty William Jennings asks beyond the per= L doubt will win the Emulation but the Vice candidacy Is slower In wn GOT Johnson of kd John Mitchell the ent of the United Mine tnerica have both Big vy dp not want a Vice nlnatlon Gov John 10 first or nothing ys he Is not much of venal of the States is that they would the1 rlam but In all a Grayof favorable about oust ylnrnek nlaf the convention and the proceedings will begin after Bishop James J j Keane of Cheyenne has Invoked the divine blessing on the deliberations Kentucky will be ably represented not only by the Big Six from tIle Stnteatlarge but by the delegate from each of her Congressional districts Until the platform Is frame and the nominations are made good Democrats must bide their souls ih peace JUDGMENT LACKING Must our sons be embryo pugilists before they are eligible to enter the Louisville Male High School Is a question that many of the parents are asking The question has been brought about because some of the High School teachers propose to hav the School Board require a physical test of boys admitted to that institution The lame the halt the boys with bad teeth and weak eyes are to be barred Only the hard hitters the crack runners Jumpers and quarterbacks are to be made eligible to ad mission Boys who may be endowed with bright intellects but who natun has left physically imperfect are to be denied the right to enter the High School To say the least It Is neither charitable nor just Possibly the men behind the movement aro men tally oblique WANT IT ALL Whole hog or none seems to be the inoto of the Republican party leaders in Ohio Not satisfied with the nomination of Secretary Taft foi the Presidency a number of the leaders went to Washington Monday and did not request but demanded that Arthur I Vorys another Ohioan be made Chairman of the Republican National Committee He was told that if he did not do it the party in Ohio would be disrupted This has made the big War Secretary put his thinking cap on No Presidential candidate wants to lose his own State and if Ohio goes Democratic goodbye to Taft Personally it seems that Mr Taft would prefer Frank H Flltchcock the Massachusetts man who engineered the machine that gushed all opposition to the Taft boom before the convention opened The situation is giving the Republican leaders nil over the country consid gable worry but the National Chair man will not be named until after a conference between Mr Tnft anti Tames So Sherman the Vice Presi dential nominee next Wednesday TRUE PATRIOTISM It is only natural for all Americans to feel patriotic on the glorious Fourth of July but we should re member that true patriotism is founded first on love of God The man who loves his Maker and who obeys the instructions of Ills beloved Son will naturally love his country Citizens must not support their country in wrong doing but should use their right of suffrage to secure wise and able representatives in the making and execution of the coun trys laws That is true patriotism TIle murderer the perjurer the thief and the grafter are all traitors to their country because they are Breaking the countrys laws going rarer to the enemy of peace and good vill At present there is a propaganda f Socialism and Communism at work In the United States as well as in titer nations and it might be well for Catholic speakers and other real patriotic orators when they address he people today o whenever else the occasion offers to call attention to these evils which stand for the destruction instead of the upbuild ng of the nation Just now quite a umber of Americans men who laim to be patriots have be come imbued with Socialistic tendencies and It Is the duty of the real latriots to show them the evils of hese destructive doctrines The Louisville Evening Post said on Tuesday afternoon In 1007 Mr Tyler had the courage or the udacity to announce that if elected layer he would Ignore the law and How the saloons to run on Sunday There was no semblance of truth in such a statement and no excuse for makIng it Owen Tyler when a can Idatc for Mayor of Louisville said tat he favored the repeal of the Sun day closing law but at no time intimated that ho would ignore the Jaw Mr Tyler also said that if leted he would do his utmost to sei ire the change of the Sunday closing iw but time andagain asserted that believed Jn unhbldinjr the laws of Sat State untif they were repeated n 5 S0 IETV i tom Mrs Robert J Burrell is vIsiting friends at Charlestown Ind Mr and Mrs Alex J Schulten spent the present week In New York City Miss Margaret Noonan has gone 10 Central City for a brief visit to relatives Miss Ethel Moran of Jefferso vllle Is visiting relatives In CinI clnnati Miss Bessie Donahue of St Louis is the guest of Miss Mary Ridge on East Broadway Mrs Frank Hagan will leave next week for Mt Clemens Mich to ibe absent a month Miss Mayme McGuire of South Louisville is visiting relatives iat Columbia Tenn Chris Lemke and Charles Zengel are spending their vacation at Sweet Sulphur Springs Mrs Robert Hagan and little son Jasper have gone to Bardstown ito spend the summer Edward Monohan the well know capitalist will said for an extende tour of Europe July 9 Miss Annie Rihn Is spending part of the heated term with Mrs Charles Edelen at Bardstown Miss Hortense Twymnn of Coving ton is the guest of Miss Abbl Chester on Pope street Attorney Austin E Walsh has gone to the old homestead in Indiana to spend a months vacation Mrs E Keating of South Louisville has gono on a visit to Indian spoils and the Great Lakes Miss Annie Donahue of Coving ton is visiting her sister Mrs Fret Flanagan of South Louisville William D Chester of Pope street who has been visiting friends in the Highlands is expected home today Miss Willie Long of South Louisville is spending the present month with friends and relatives at Owens boroMrs John Kiely has returned from a delightful visit at Bellevue where she was the guest of her son T J ttely Martin J Carey and bride formerly Miss Rosalie B Kiel have re turned from their bridal tour in the South Mr and Mrs J C Mahon have eturned from Lebanon where the- spelt several days with friends and relatives Assistant City Attorney Daniel E Sullivan and family have taken up heir residence at Pewee Valley for the summer Miss Anna McGill will leave for few York July 18 and four day ater will sail for Paris to remain until September Mr and Mrs Loren Wllllamsoi vlll entertain a party of friends with a Fourth of July dinner at the country club this evening Mr and Mrs John OBrien of Paducah have returned home after a pleasant visit to Dr and Mrs Jlanton at Pleasure Ridge Andrew Kieffer one of Trinity ouncll s active workers has gone to Bowling Green to spend ten days or two weeks with relatives William L Hosier and bride who was Miss Lillian Boes have returned rom their bridal tour and are al home to their friends at 1229 Port and avenue- Master Stanley Quecnan who has been attending St Aloyslus Academy In Brown county Ohio has returned to Louisville to spend his vacation vith his parents Mr and Mrs James P Barry are rejoicing over the arrival of a new baby boy at their home 14G6 High treet The proud father Is one of he leading members of Division 1 Fiddle Schulthcls went to Jasper Ind Tuesday to attend the Burkley Jtrelcher nuptials It is rumored hat he will soon make another trip to tit same place to play the Important part of groom Miss Milda Schwleters of 2700 West Main street one of thin most charm ing girls in the West End and one of he pretty automobile girls in uA- Mile From Town has gone to Fort Vayne Ind for a brief visit Mrs D D Torpey of Marietta Ohio who was the guest of Miss Katie Uenleyon Twentysixth street for several weeks was joined here by her husband Tuesday and a- day later Mr and Mrs Torpey started for Denver Mrs Edward J Parker and daugh terMlss Margaret Mrs M J Con niff and Misses Mary and Florence iuinlan have returned from Frank fort where they attended the wedding of Miss Mary Agnes Glenn and Oliver Bradley Weitzel Mr and Mrs T A McGuire of arkview chaperoned a trolley party on a tour of the Louisville Parks Friday night In the party were Misses Ida and Anna May Couchman lanche ORourke Nellie McAuliffe Edith and Monica Johnson Mrs Albera F Martin of 633 East Gray street who has been ill during the past six weeks was removed to- the Norton Infirmary on Wednesday and submitted to a surgical operation on Thursday Her friends hope- toseecher restored to health within 0 short time f Ii story Ridge entertained Mon IT evening with a supper in honor Misses Nellie Mire Cutler Ophelia Q tF Zehnder ressic ptichae Catherine Mazzoni and Mers Cannon Fred flacon Joseph iMazzonl Fred Klani ing Henry Michael Fred llinkcbci and Robert I Joseph 1oPPISt Xaviers College last week to Ing a brief but yell earned rest iat one of the Indiana watering place On his return lid expects to enter upon commercial business He is a popular Limerick boy and his friends predict success for him iIn any line ho undertakes Dr Joseph Hllburger and bride who was Miss Alice Fisher who were married by the Rev Father AJBrady at St Cecilias church last Wednesday have returned from their bridal tour The bride Is the daugl ter of Mr and Mrs R Leo Flshe of Alford avenue and Dr Hilburge is a rising young medical practlone Miss Eleanor McDermott of French town Ohio who spent several days iin Louisville this week as the guest of her cousins Mr and Mrs Thomas Martin of Eighth and Lexington streets has returned home and vas accompanied by her sister Mrs Margaret McDermott of Brook street En route home they will spend a few days with their sister Mrs Joseph Gnau at Springfield Mrs Agnes Fegan wife of Lieu Paul Fegan U S A who was visiting relatives and friends in Louisville left Tuesday for Fort Shelley 111 where her husband is stationed While in Louisville she was the guest of her father Michael McKenzie 2831 Portland avenue and Mrs Jnmc Welsh 2011 Von Berries nvcriiic Dur- Ing liar stay in Louisville a numbs of social functions were given in her honorMiss Marie Trensa OMalley and James B Huntington were married by the Rev Father A J Brady at St Cecilias rectory at 7 oclock Tues day evening A reception was held from 8 oclock until midnight at the home of the brides mother Mrs Edward J OMalley 409 Twenty sixth street The bride is one of the most popular girls in the West Em and her husband has received man congratulations D J Gleeson the hustling nncl versatile manager of the jewelry dc pnrtment of time J M Robinson Norton Dry Goods Company has returned to Louisville after an absent of n fortnight spent In New Yorl City and other jewelry manufacturing centers in time East His was purcl a busines trip and hits speedy am safe return Inns brought blushes to the cheeks and joy to the hearts ol many of his young lady admirers LAWN FETE Will Be Enlivened Wlth Two Excellent Brass Band Concerts The Rev Father Francis Felton pastor of St Augustines church iis receiving many assurances that tIle lawn fete to be given on the churcl grounds Monday and Tuesday July 13 and 14 will be successful lee cream and cake will be served and the general public is invited to at tend St Augustines is a church for colored Catholics but many of then are poor others are out of work so that an appeal to the white Catholic has to be made at this time to help the people and pastor in their work A feature of each evening at the lawn fete will be a concert by St Augustines brass band an organization of twenty young men of the con gregation They have been trainer for several months by Prof Car Hcmmersbach who is a graduate of the musical conservatories of Cologne and Vienna He studied under such distinguished masters as Dr Neutsel the great Beethoven Interpreter of Germany and Profs Dorr am Letchetfsky the teachers of Paderewski During the few month that he has been training them Prof Hemmersbach considers that his colored pupils have made remarkable progress They will render a mixer programme of classical and popular music on each evening NUNS VISIT BROTHER Sisters Mlchallne and Saloma nuns ofthe order of Loretto and who have been stationed at Florissant Mo for several years are visiting their irother the Rev Father William M iuckman at New Haven Ky They arrived in time for the twentvflftl anniversary of his ordination BRIGHT YOUNG ATTORNEY Edward C Mackey has been ud iltted to practice at the bar and Is regarded as one of the brightest oung attorneys in Louisville Mr lackey has been private secretary tc Congressman Swagar Sherley for sev ernl years and while In Washington tudled at the law school there He also studied at the local Jefferson law chool and is well equipped as a jurist REVEREND VISITOR The Rev Father Desire D Miller of Springfield Ill is spending the week In Louisville with relatives and friends Father Miller is a native of ebanon Ky but spent several ears in this city prior to his ordination He likes Springfield and its people but came to Louisville for a brief rest and to renew old acquaintanceship He will return to Springfield arly next week ST LEOS PICNIC The Rev Father John J Fitzgerald and his people of St Leos congrega lon extend the public a cordial invitation to attend their third annual picnic and rally to be given on thin church lawn Highland Park on tlo afternoon and evening of Thursday ugust 27 The price of admission wi11 be only ten cents An excellent inner and supper will be server and refreshments of all kinds will be iirnlshed in abundance A prize of 25 in gold will be presented to the person selling the greatest number Qf tickets Many handsome and useful articles will be disposed of on the grounds The most vnlua leprlzel wlJ1 bea splendid building lot dotted by Mr and Mrs John T Scl1wlermatll DETECTIVE AGENCY HcncJricUs and Harding Are Well Equipped Field For the W Hendrlchs and William G IIJames have formed a partnershlp firm name of Hendricks Harding and have entered actively into the detective ngen y business with their office in room 400 Courier Journal Building Mr Hendricks saw twenty years service in the Louisville police department the greater part of which time he was Captain in the Second and Third districts Mr Hard ing was a member of the Louisville police force for nineteen years nearly nil of which time was spent as a Detective Sergeant The long ex perience and good records made by both men admirably fit them for their new duties They offer as reference to character and ability any reputable firm or corporation in 1he city of Louisville They maintain a constant communication with tIle best detective agencies throughout the countryThey are making a specialty of corporation work and conduct ia surveillance over department stores ferret out leakages conduct inquiries as to habits of trusted employes iin banks and other lines of business All communications addressed the firm will be treated as strictly con fidential They will answer all call promptly either day or night Tin new firm courts the patronage of the people who want quick action and the best results Hendricks Harding card will be found elsewhere in then columns RECENT DEATHS Charles T ONeil the twentytwo yearold son of Mr and Mrs Henrj ONeil died at the family residence 414 Eighteenth street at 7 oclocl Monday morning The deceased was well and favorably known in the West End The funeral took place from St Patricks church Wednesday morning Mrs Susanna McLaughlin widow of the late James W McLaughlin am a highly esteemed resident of Port land died at the home of her son Eugene McLaughlin 226 Thirtyflftl street early Tuesday morning Tin deceased was sixtynine years of age The funeral took place from tIle Church of Our Lady Thursday morn ing Jacob Hammer one of the pldes residents of this city and a fnithfu member of St Anthonys parish diet at noon Monday at his home 812 Twentieth street He was seventy four years old and a native of Ger many The funeral took place Iron St Anthonys church Wednesday morning A widow and the following children survive George L Edward J John P Frank M Charles ASand the Rev Louis Yammer and Misses Lena Cecilia and Anna Hammer All Portland residents were grieved to hear of the death of Miss Jose phine Weisenberger at her home 3206 Bank street Friday of last week Although only fourteen yearn old she was bright and intelligent and until her illness a tireless worker for the Church of Our Lady She had been ill fifteen months but bore her sufferings with patience Her parents Mr and Mrs Nicholas Wets enberger are consoled by the thought that their darling will await them in heaven The funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady last Sunday afternoon John R Doughan a well known at torney of the Police Court died at the City Hospital Saturday night as the result of a fall He had been visiting friends in the Western part of the city and appeared in Iris or Unary health He was waiting for a car when ho suddenly pitched for ward his head striking the curb stone When he was picked up It was found that his skull was frac tured He died shortly after being removed to the hospital The do ceased was thirtyeight years ot age tad a native of Louisville He began life as a newsboy and his genial manner attracted the attention of Major D W Sanders who took him Into his office where he read law and was admitted to the bar He was quit a familiar figure in the Police Court and on several occasions acted In tho absence of the regular Prosecuting Attorney HOPKINS TID3ATER Electric fans and stirring motion pictures help to make Hopkins Theater a restful as well as an amusing place these hot days Manager Dustin promIses two sets of attractive new Urns for the comingweek PROUD GRANDSmE MJ Duffy the Marketstreet pumber is being greeted by his fiends as GrandpaThenew comer is a little girl the daughter ofJrand1frs Martin J Duffy of 1 30S Beechwood v nnjeF- ll Ibjt r STEWART DRY GOODS CO 0- yo r Business Established Sixty Years p- R a q J IHEMOST IMPORTANT SALE OF V of 7 E J HIGHI GRADE MERCHANDISEJ HELD IN RECENT YEARS B liiieguIi JijlJust1 by the announcement that lV Messrs E A Morrison Son Broadway and 19th Stsljj Q Noted for forty years as the leading importers of exclusive L styles and patterns in high class merchandise IwJs had sold their entire stock to our New York connec 1-MtionJas tr McCreary Co The name Morrison 1 f has for many years been synonymous with that of the V highest standard of quality It will be of much inter est to our patrons to learn that Morrisons com plete lines of Fine Imported Silks Velvets Chiffons Dress Goods Laces Embroideries TrimmingsbGloves Hosiery Belts and Leather Novelties y have been assigned to this store and the enbreto stock is being offered at LESS THAN HALF MORRISONS PRICES 4JF 1 STEWART DRY GOODS COc incorporated 1M CONNECTION WITH JAMES MoCREElY ft Ctt MEW you 25 bushels 375 100 bushels 1500 Anthracite 800 Our Fox Ridge Mines are producing the highest grade coal mined anywhere and it comes in fresh every day SINCORPORATItDcanI I 406 UUUHHHHUHHHHuuuuu HHH 225 FOURTH AVENUE INCORPORATED ji 3y FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL 517529 Fifth Louisville Ky RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY Centrally located on all car lines accessible to all parts of the city and parks JOHN J TULLY LIFESAVER THE OLD r HAMMOCKS Childrens Hammocks Canvas Hammocks Upright Canvas Hammocks Tully Hand Knitted Hammock and Hammocks for the Large Men All kinds of rope splicing fancy bell ropes yacht and fishermens supplies tents and camping outfits for sale or rent Telephone Main 3569 153 THIRD STREET M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRING Pristi Mgr VlciPrtt fr Treae Secretary P i Banofi Sewer Pipe Ca 1 Il4I t Salt PipeBaaaena e for Steam Coadalts Wall CoBterf Draia Tile Vitrified Street Paris Brick Fire Proofing nae P erlae Lining Fire Brick j Grate and loller Tile Chimney topi Lawn VasesVVitrfleeJ Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 608512 W JEFFERSON i TBtBPHONBfl73 u- WORKS13th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and lath TELEPHONE 2833 p- uuueud 1 u66Albert T Schranz Co ifi1 L a REAL ESTATE IN ALL iTS BRANCHES i r MONK Y TO LOANCUMF PHONE MAIM 21 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TOBACCO T 316 FIFTH STREET SCsjCKmSMBMCKWO O ct- a V333 a 0I IH A KRAFT g WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Fresh Beef Veal Mutton DRIED TONGUE CORN DRIED AND SPICED BEEF BOTH PHONES 794 i Stall No 1 KentttcUy MarKet Fifth and Green Sts j yy 888888 4 + 0N 000 1NNNNNNOOs TnOMfiS E CfllWFILDC- ORN1AI SALOON Only the Best of Wines Liquors and Cigars WARM LUNOH JOAXJVV HOME PHONE 3588 N W Corner Floyd and Main Streets l NiW01NN11NNN01N +NN N NNN 0- l o l r a CHARLES BOESWALD i I DEALER IN Ill lGrooeries Meats and vegetables f f PoultrypsWEfiBviMtPiiMtJZfe SE Ccr 16th and Walnut Sts f e iii iUiOb IRELAND Record of the Most Important of I the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Lawrence Garvey sixtyyears old and n prominent citizen of Dundalk died suddenly of heart failure The summer assizes are now in progress but in no county Is there any eases of serious crime to be disposed of The annual excursion of the Dun dalk branch of the Irish National Foresters to Howth was the largest ever held Bishop ONell of Dromore with the assistance of the ladies is organizing 11 DUKill to raise funds for repairs to the Xc wry Cathedral A very large Nationalist dcmonstra Lion was held at Cootehlll East nvan and special trains brought delegations from Dundalk Clones and intermediate stations Sir OMoore Crengh who has been gazetted as Genernl is head of the Military department nt the India Of fice lie was born at Cahirbane County Clare sixty years ngo Miss Marjory Long daughter of the late William Long manager of the Bank of Ireland in Dundnlk has achieved notable success In the mathematical examinations at Cam bridge Upwards of 500 acres of untenanted laud of Anketell Grove County Mon ughan purchased sonic time ago by the Estates Commissioners have been allocated to the surrounding tenantry The Dundalk electric lighting bill has received royal assent and is now an act of Parliament The residents of the town expect to have their street lighting system established by the fall of next year The Rev Joseph Mathews son of James Mathews of Dundalk has been ordained a priest The ordina tion took place in the Irish College at Paris and was performed by the Right Rev Bishop of Ross Two brothers John and William Evoy quarreled at New Ross and in the fight which followed John was struck on the head and died as a result Following the Coroners In quest Thomas Evoy was remanded to the Waterford jail The fololwlng bankruptcy cases leave been published in a recent Issue of the Dublin Gizette James IDoherty Brosnn County Limerick Mary Costello boot and shoe dealer Dublin Thomas Brady cycle dealer Boyle and Denis P Courtlier grocer KillarneyChairman ORlordan of the Duman way District Rural Council County Cork died of heart disease while sit ting up nt his daughters wake Grief over the lentil of the girl who was in the flower of young womanhood brought nn attack of heart disease on her venerable father Roger Derrnine and Martin Kll mnrtin have been committed to the Galway jail charged with having at tempted to blow up the house of Father Farragher parish priest at Aran Ireland A strong escort of police saved the prisoners from ns sault by the angry people Peter Leonard a Kings county farmer was convicted of illegal dis tilling nt the Thomastown sessions and was sentenced to pay n fine of 100 or go to jail for three months When the revenue officers seized the still they took possession of 110 gal lons of mash and n quantity of barley The still was capable of holding thirtyfive gallons t Thomas Kelly of Luganboy County Tyrone has attained the remarkable age of 107 years and is still hale and active He svgs fourteen years old when the battle of Waterloo was fought and talks Interestingly the events of those long gone years In his early mnnhood he was a crack athlete and had no equal in the thirtythree parishes at weightlifting and jumping The Irish hierarchy met nt May nooth and considered the university bill that is now slowly dragging its wav through Parliament Cardinal Logue presided over the assembly In the resolutions adopted the Bishops and Archbishops regret that an one of the evils incidental to the present system of legislation for Ireland the bill is not framed in accordance with the religious convictions and senttI ments of n Catholic nation but do not oppose Its main provisions The resolutions also say that whatever advantages Irish Protestants enjoy in Trinity the Irish Catholics should enjoy in the new university and to deny them as much is unjust and un wise ALL IRISH A Big Industrial Meet Is to Be Held In Galway Ere Long An All Irish industrial confer ence is to be held in Galway on Sep tember 16 and 17 at which one of the special subjects for consideration will be the opening up of new mar kets for Irish good outside Ireland In addition to delegates from Irish Chambers of Commerce and public bodies acceptances have already been received from Dr Douglas Hyde President of the Gaelic League the Duke of Abercorn Lord Plrrle of Belfast Lord Castletown the Earl of Dunraven Stephen Gwynn M P Lord Clongbrock Sir Horace Plun kett and representatives of all po litical opinions Invitations have been sent to the Chambers of Commerce of America Canada and the Australian colonies BECOMING GENEROSITY A very largo number of Catholi C are employed as editorial writers reporters and printers on the New York press Some years ago Rev Lulto J Evers pastor of St Andrews church In Duane street with the approval of his Archbishop decidod to celebrate mass oath morning about 4 oclock when these workers had concluded their labors The large at tendance was a pleasant surprise to the good pastor of flt Andrews This new departure has been product lye of untold good Recently a number of Khther Evers parishioners gave hint a purse containing 1034 as a personal gift He also received a cheek for 1080 from a Jew and I i 1 f SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President John M Mulloy Vice President Thomas Lawler Recording Secretary Thomas Kcennn Jr- Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurercharles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friddv Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President Dan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T I j ynchFinancial I j KeaneySgrgeantatArmsJames Ij SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Macleey1nnnclal TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Beglcy DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II Uennessy LynchFinancial J Connelly Recording Secretary Frank P OurlcfrrosurerUnrry Brady Sentinel Michael leDelmot- tSergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall KenneyVice Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording SecretaryT 0IIern Financial Secretary Clms Robards Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsDernard Coyle Y X I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice PresidentFrank Lana hanSecond Vice PresidentSamuel RobertsonRecording SecretaryAustin 13 Walsh SecretaryThomasDaehmnn Financial SecretaryFrank G dnmsTrensurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy FONTAINE FERRYT- HE PARK BEAUTIFUL FREE CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOPKINS VAUDEVILLE- Other popular and new features ADMISSION FREE PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts from two other nonCatholic gentle men 600 each These latter In let ters accompanying the checks praised most highly the Institution of the mass for night workers- EIISCOIALIAN LAMENT The Philadelphia Episcopalian who complains of the unfair exchange in converts between the Catholic and Episcopalian churches certainly has truth on his side Writing In the Bulletin of that city he says Some of our most highly esteemed men are going over to Rome while our Bish ops are squabbling over politics or trying to have their salaries Increased for the benefit of their fashionable wives and daughters The deep thinkers those who have given up all for God are leaving us for a religion whose Bishops seem to be more concerned for the glory of God and for the spiritual welfare of their clergy and laity than for show and politics It doesnt seem fair for Rome to get the flower of our clergy and give us In exchange only Prince Helle de Sagan PEOPLE WELL PLEASED The people of Carondolet Mo are rejoicing over tho appointment of the Rev Father James J Furlong as pastor of St Columbklllea church in that city Father Furlong is a na tive of St Louis and has been prom inent In church work In Southeastern Missouri for nearlyy twenty years NEW CHURCH DESIRED The congregation of St Johns church Covington is preparing for the erection of a new church The j site is on the Lexington pike and the deed conveying the property to the Right was recorded1 In the KentonCounty Clerks office Saturday QUITE A TRAVELER Mrs Anna JL Ryan of Philadelphia street Covingtons sailed for Ireland1 Wednesday This makes her sixth trip across the Atlantic t i rJ KNIGHTS OF MIMlllg1 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere I Iownhasa capital stock of 100000 OhiohasI anticlubPrice Hill Cincinnati Is to have a council of Its own and the list of Institution I thlrlldegree atitsDeputyDl1nlel nelghborlnltowns representedThe Catholic Association Building nt Home X Y will be formally opened next Tuesday when tome Council will confer the third degren oh a dos of 100 The work will bP NewYorkPhiladelphia Knights have pur chased n site for their proposed new home The club house it Is estimated will cost 400000 and the plans pro vide for an auditorium with a seating capacity of 1600 a ball room gym nasium meeting room and library exempllfled Denver tomorrow The Right Rev lllsliop Matzz will deliver the lumen ttion nt the banquet which will follow 1Nearly every State In the Union will 1be represented by one or more IKnights At Auburn X Y the Knights have picnicforOrphan Asylum and tthe councils nt Seneca Falls Waterloo and Geneva lave been invited to assist The out ing will be held lit Sknneatelas Lake during the present month Minneapolishas tion of n monument to Father lien iiepln the discover of St Anthony pieceforThe two pieces of sculpture will stand on either side of the entrance to Minneapolis proposed Gateway Park WHITE HOUSE Home of the Nations Chief Executive Built by an Irishman A Kilkenny man was the original designer of the White House the home of the President of the United States and though many years have elapsed since it was built and despite the many additions and revolutions the original plan of architecture has not been Interfered with James Ho ban the designer was born In Kil kenny In 1758 When only twenty two years of age ho won a mednl from the Royal Dublin Society for architectural drawing which is now in the possession of his grandson James Hobnn a resident of the Unit ed States The popular name of White House is really ink so it Is said to Hobans thought of paint Ing the crown stone fronting the ex terior wall white due to discolora tion caused by smoke and fire The White House was built according to llobans designs nnd under his su pervlslon both before and after the destruction of the newly created pub lic buildings of Washington by the British In 1814 The White House was not completed until 1829 and Hoban lived until 1813 According to the same report four other Irish men were associated with Hoban In the construction of the building of which he was the architect MUCH PLEASED Sullivan Lauds Arrange ments For Olympian Games Tames E Sullivan of New York who Is the President of the Amateur Athletic Union of America reached London Saturday and wont to visit the Stadium where the Olympian games are to be held Mr Sullivan gave an official verbal certification that all was correst lie was enthusiastic over everything connected with the Stadium lie said This will be the most Important athletic meeting in the history of the world Time Stadium is in every way perfect for the Olympic meet ing It In not quite ns ornate as the one at Athens but it is undoubtedly the most perfect I have ever seen and I have seen them all I noticed one or two points that are Interest ing to Americans The high hurdles Instead of being driven into the ground will be individual hurdled IEach man will have his own lane and hurdles which of course arc three feet six inches high They are a bit more substantial and much larger than ours This event will be run on the turf not on cinders The 200 meter race will also be in separate lanes and around a 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