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V v- A i T 7w I- w IToT i r et a 0 VOLUME XXINO 4 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 25 1908 PRICE FiVECEMS MESSAGE i 1 Front Cardinal OllilxuiK on live 0orIlls Departure Ilor Ironic With Arehhlshoji Farley Will Attend Iopew Golden Jubilee Talked of Political and Moral Conditions of United States HAS CONFIDENCE IN TilE PEOPLE James Cardinal Gibbons of Baltic snore Archbishop John M Farley of New York with a score of dignitaries of the t SaturhitlioItaly 1 Ip Koenlg Albert of willator Rome where they golden jubilee celebration of i thood of Pope Pius X At gntltforemostew York diocese to pay lioin lie distinguished prelates in Mgrs Mooney Lavelle Mur l Bothers Among those who t By Cardinal Gibbons and Ibp Parley arc Father Lee of 1 Ion Father Donovan the Csecretary Bishop Foley o it nnd Bishop OConnell of S 11n 1 Gibbons was in a happy m cJ c Jfedei He retired to his cabin for ate Se8 and then the slight tim 1f ltlvc figure of the head of thachurch In America cameo the deck to receive the holrm hundreds of prominent me lof the church One of the int spectacles was a group of Iwo ith children in their arms wit K p their knees to receive thQas blessing In his quietS among11Is1 the great signet ring upon his left blessingManwhen they1 arose Cardinal ribbons is in excellent health He was asked for a farewell repliedMy sea my heart to Americans ii JQ say ItJs fivf 7 t lii InLandnndm 9 tytiird birthday on July 211 l lime watr to be sure but I will have ex cellnt company Wile at Rome where he will be I a gist of the Pope for two weeks the ordinal will discuss the question of VCllllllg a HVV Cardinal for the t Unifcd States The question will com up I presume soil time Cardinal mling and with a de prec tory gesture but it is etjll un certan whether there V ti nay new nrdinals crentedsnowt-hat the Cardinal will to the ceatlon of a new anc1 it is thought that the Ing waitq1 to talk with hL IItwill announce one soon aft r dlnalji visit Fri r to his departure l Glbbqis talked of political n conditions of the United St gave his remedy for the e Among other things he saidrI qm much concerned ov c1Jlereward Unrighteousness in the mass if our people in some TOL that t inking men must realize the problem must be met without lay Tlere is no morality without llglon and without religion thereno God The public school is t only place to begin There are many cunning little schemes being c ways devised by Atheists unbeliever and nonChristians to put God out of the public schools that the author overStnte I nonChristians from any office of authorityAnd what is the plan was asked Segregate the public schools of the country Let each denomination maintain its own school where its u10vethe a children while teaching them othl t things expenseLet by the State Let the schools he maintained from thetax fund and each school given its proportion ol the funds tlCardinalvotformany States and cities lead men voting either way they choose Mc nre nominated and elected who am e subaervietIitI a OOSllXOr u fearfornz R feet confidence In tho people Jlut IrII Tat or Mr Bryan and both nro very Itlmahio Rontlcmon Sa plain It to ll sentincInto bettorp o 0coy1OTON IRIKHTH DIUTH The Her Father Jcrmno Feye died ot rofiKCitlon of the brain at Cor IMSBBttll l WM wt iM pawed Fftttwr Kfye t e WM bwtt Jfft JMtrtam foriyUim Nut airs rang lIeN sits Ma or tliMIiI bbe arbt 01 YIcI slut ar Pai stb tbis 1e- n Nag form from loooimitor ataxia nnd for month wit nn Imnnta of St IthznJ Anths llMpltnlI Ho recovered wmio wlinl nnil wni made chaplain of Notre Jxmo Aendemy nt Covlngton Concoction of tho brain developed and ho gradually ucciimbed to the allmont Ills ninernl took plate from St Patricks church Coxing ton Tnrwlny morning Tho Jught 1Rev lllMiop C P Macs celebrated the roqiilcm man EDIFYING SIGHT Was Attendance of Many Vlncentlnns atlubllcc- Mass Pastor and parishioners were proud of the showing mode by St Patricks Conference of the St Yin carat do Paul Society on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the conference which was celebrated at SL Patricks church lust Sunday morning More than 200 members of the conference awl ninny from other conferences in various parts of the ity attended the high tunas at G oclock The Very Rev Father James J P Cronin V G celebrated the mass trod preached n sermon appropriate to the occasion lauding the works of the St Vincent de Paul Society in general awl commending the self wieriflce of the men mummy of whom had come long distances to attend mass at such an early hour After mass all were invited to theSschool hall where the ladles of the Altar Society hud prepared n warm breakfast for the members of the conference anti visitors It was a glorious breakfast excellently served and mommy of the men are sorry that St Patricks Conference does not have more frequent annl1 versnries prepnrIngJ up of members of the Altar ociety who IIIMU n sort of auxiliary to St Patricks Conference They were Mrs Patrick r Sullivan Ires dent Mrs Paul iiii uiiiiuu Vice President Mrs Dora McGlnty See rotaryr George Vclcher Treas urer isses Laura Smith Katie Maloney Mollie Curran Mrs Thomas Keenan Mrs Margaret Foley Mrs Elizabeth Owens Mrs Hannah Dig nan Misses Rose Sweeney Katie j Maryheridanj McLaughlinNellieJ OConnell Bridget Maloney Mrs May Sheridan and Mrs Katie Gross man Edward J OBrien President of St Patricks conference presided over the feast and bade all welcome He said that their pastor felt repaid for all his labors in the parish on wit nesslng such an edifying turn out of tJle mqp UcJ1tey llJlrrOhdr rttrill e monthly communion Father Cronin brletlyIUmembers were lined up and photo graphed ns a souvenir of the occa siott HEn 08 DEATH Capt Bundschu Fought Hard to Outwit Grim Reaper CuptButTgrim reaper at his home 227 Seven morningThe thonys church on Tuesday morning and the pall bearers were chosen from his closest friends in the Fire department which he had served yearsTheyMichael Lovett Edward Moue Pat rich Carroll John Bauscher Val fejehl Joint Schmidt and Patrick Jjeehnn jCupt Bundschus death is due to uries received while fighting a fire the Filcher organ factory at kan and Mason streets last No er The fire was started by an iyearold firebug now in the fightinglire1 rli a skylight and pieces of the S gasheslegpoisoning set in For a while his life was despaired of and it became InjuredlegOnlyhislongCapt is survived by his wife his parents four brothers and three sisters He entered the fire department In 1893 and byability ofeCaptain of time No 1 hook and ladder company which position he held at the time he suffered the injuries tnat caused his death He was an active member of Trinity Council Y M1 Land was highly regarded by nil who knew him FATIIEIl 1JHADY AWAY toThe Rev Father A J Brady pastor eof St Cecilias church will leave lam Mt Clemens MIclj tomorrow to gone until October During nis a scnce tho Rov Father Thomas Slur my will officiate as pastor at St Cecilias church Father Murray spent Tuesday ami Wednesday visit Ing friends in Evansvllle Father UriMly Ifg n nuffirnr from hay fever and gars North Ito seek relief from tho malady I Dlr Ethtr1s 11OM ME311IIIS Chlckasuw Y M I of AiCIIIp1dA ilArn f MeHSrH R J Megan nnd Chn vllnjf as del e sire to the Qr ell to be neld i this iUi with Lex KMMr wattJo Jr ae liter MUM Th oleoJ ell the cloM of a very icr ibership toil t md nail Uith a D ieb ts tA 7 n HOOSIERS WELCOME HIBERNIANS j A 1 Indianapolis People Saw the Visitors and Decided That There Was Nothing Too Good for the Irish in City Wr State jr Questions of Moment to People of the Irish Race Were Discussed at the Meetings ffi the Great NationalpConvention This Week ski This was Hjlernnn week at Indian npolls noel twelve States were repre sented there by representative Irish American sons and daughters Tin residents of the Hoosier capital irre spective of nationality or creed were cordial in their welcome and hos pitahie hi their entertainment The street decorations were grand and nearly every business house on the principal commercial thoroughfares swung the green flag of Ireland to the breeze beside the Stars and of America The spirit of the people of Indianapolis nary be judged from an editorial in the News y last Monday Under the headline Hall to the A 0 H the editor writes in part The Ancient Order of Hibernians Is one of the oldest frn ternal societies in the United States and one of the broadest in scope for its aims include not only good fellow ship and individual benefits but the jhigher interests of religion the promotion of nationalism and a philanthropy equal to every emergency Although its membership is confined to persons of Irish birth or extraction anti to members of the Catholic church its philanthropy is cos mopolitan It was the first organi zation to make a donation to the Gal eston flood sufferers in 1000 and again the first when the San Fran cisco earthquake occurred At pres ent it has a membership of 200000 with branches in fortytwo Slates anti though the order is Irish in its thoroughlyUnericnn The same journal in a news item declares that there are 300 visitors from Boston while IItt burg andj delegationstion is given as follows Four na tional officers five national Di 1111I1W eeul iviklibon ym 14tluftullt1elt gate from each county for every thousand over the first thousand members and all past national officers serving since 1898 Included in this list are thirtyfive priests tvim delegatesThefor the Hibernians and for the Ladies Auxiliary which body held its na tional convention at the same time but in a separate hall Time delegates and visitors began arriving in film hers on Sunday although the conven Totestinyt theHightthe society his full approval While tentntiveltoleratedyears It was onl1nst week that 3 societyCatholics 111111111111111111111111 1111 MANY PRIESTS Will Attend the Euchurlstlc League Convention Next Week Front Tuesday to Thusday of next week the members of the Priests Eueharistio League of the United States will assemble Inconventlon at visitingclergyby the Fathers of the Congregation of the Holy Cross After the address of welcome by time Very Rev Father John Cavnnaugh C S C the conven tion will be formally opened by the Right Rev Dlshop C P Maes of Cov Ington Protector of the League All those nsembled will attend a Pontifical high mass prior to the opening of the convention After Bishop Maes address the various committees will be formed and toformulaterectors will meet Tuesday afternoon and at 730 oclock will assemble to assist at the solemn benediction tit OnWednesdavarious subjects pertaining to the Holy Eucharist will be read leaguaretion The priests will find sleeping Collegee ytsitolmsurrJleeandre which many maces will be celebrated each morning DEMOCRATS TO JfEET According to n call issued by Chair SttrlInJl 1 meetInnoonAte commltteochOell theStateCHURCH BUILDING J HIB6T wjtnaedetiltlUi tore to Irttewl jixt +ttne years ago Monday evening the Ladles Aux iliary tendered the delegates und vis tors II rlceptloin at Tomlinson lull Prior to the ojhlng of the convention on Tuesda fillornlng the visiting delegates were ortell to St Johns church by the Marion county divisions The A Dents OUoJlOghue li of Indlanupolis 4 lghtiev mfif5cil mass and was a follow lag officers JArch Priest ByrnelIndDeacons of Honor TheTfllevf Ed ward Tlnnndllv yortland Or nrtll ilberilecnSouthDeacon of thcJJMass The jjaletCjJb seph A Foley Baltimore SUbDeacon11Jj Rev WiJllamT McLoughlin Neu ilersey The sermon was preached J y the DanburyConnbreathed the splr t of Catholicity and Hibernianism The opening session of the forty sixth national Convention was acid in Knights of Pythias Auditorium at 1130 oclock Tuesday Maurice Don nelly Clioirmari bf the Indinnanolis Reception Committee called the as sembly to ordirIInll introduced Mayor C A Bookwaltcr who dell ered the welcome in felicitous nddrelof President John II the dele gates and visitors in behalf of the Marion county Im ernians National President Matflrew Cummings of Boston responded to both addresses in behalf of and dele gates The parade tiIISltorshave start ed nt 2 oeloc late in getting under tthere were so many so many 1 the thousands 11iffCrldellgatloni fomqUq i Iiuii aitii iti illllli M cilllBj 1VUIJIU Ulltl Ohio streets and raveled over a route of two miles Ill was fortyfive min squadfwilyncarriages Following them were the members of the Ladies Auxiliary also in carriages All of the ladies carried gaily colored parasols andI IreIlind order were the boys of the Father Matthew Brigade sturdy youngsters under command of Capt Hennessy After them marched the Fort Wayne Rifles a uniformed body of Hiber nians and the Columbus titles corn CarrollThe Astcounty showingItman 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111I111111111II11NU I tollostonI priesthood at Niagara Seminary near 1860DurIng Smythbuiltand parIshes variably made way for another pastor I ntePopechurch builder of America LIFES WORK DONE Michael J Dwan an old and faith ful member of St Louis ller rand congregation and for thirty years an emplgye of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Companys freight de partment died at his home 1432 Seventh street Tuesday night Mr Duane was sixty years of age and a native of Ireland He is survived by his wife and four children Pat rick and John Dwan Mrs Edward Garvey and Mrs John Ho ran The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church Thursday morn ing BROTHER STRICKEN Major Edward Burke night Chief of Police oat Saturday received a bringIng JamesBurke had been stricken with MajorBurke byCnptformerly lived in Louisville and has many friends here who hope for his recovery INITIATED BIG CLASS The Knights of Columbus were given a welcome and a free hand in New Albany Sunday when a class of torty seven candidates received the visitingdelegntlonsrollton Evansville Madison Wash In ton Tell City Bedford and Louis If01yTrinity theItaveltlduringtJlIalterJ10 eorwe for BOO was held in St J her1aew carried a green banner on which was printed IndianapoligJ Following the marchers was a series of floats representing Erinr Erin saluting Columbia Gen Phil Sheridan Charles Carroll signing the Declaration of Independence and Robert Emmet On the side of each wagon were the words A O H Nation Builders At the first business session Tuesday morning nothing was done save the appointment of time Committee lii Credentials National President Cummings named the various State Secretaries as members of that com mittee The convention then ad journed until Wednesday at 9 oclock The Ladies Auxiliary were tne first to get into actual working or der just us they had been the first to entertain und that entertainment ittyIllshAmerlclin1 all with trained voices sung in chorus half a dozen Irish songs and were applauded to the echo They picture tAuxiiiury and heard an address from National Vice President Regan After thtV committees were appointed and the Wednesdnymorning One of the main features of inter est in the convention WednesIiiv wcs the report made by National Presi dent Matthew Cummings It came at the close of n busy lay but it pleased und enthused the delegates firureHtoan increase of 10280 since the lust reportsfurnished uxIIImrn IInhllrlaRIvention The totalI SSSfists jf jhe- wTiieli b1 ITI k iTlrt i 1i I isIoni II- treasurieLresident rtomm1I1eIInn1 forwarding assessments from tilt subordinate divisions to national headquarters He also recommends lllvllOlls witbeI organizntlon no inunigrationr oCIrelandnish new material Cununlnrrsdeelnrellonce feature and in favor of the present State insurance system He also declares for closer relations ngcdnsfederation I Ireland until they have settled theirexisting differences IIImmll1mmm ww arueav o co REFORMS NEEDED Park Commissioners Are Urged to Investigate Matters parkaretorttimes sinners They minim that these Commissioners jmroftenksor fthensehesderelopinemmslmow JaeOIParkJaeOI 0n 0i 0e 0e i from its situation On the banks of beautiful prcsentsnI appearance negroes have been allowed to talecomplete possession of the park First took n abenches y tltennllJvknowpracticabandonedtl nis courts are sadly neglected regulnthedirty and dusty and instead on moving the nets during rains I buffetwentherJpnnegroes W1tlPI1Jerst needed reforms POPE SETS TYPE f- c typeset7dimes Vatican printing officl rye when the Pope visitelrr dr5 see them he operateh rl ten lines KOV AMERICAN lrfJ I The United 9taler ooaJtblrteeno V tyfciur Bishops- c seventeen Abbots two Vicar Apos tollcs one Prior and one Prefect Apostolic the hierarchy of the country consisting of 132 prelates In ad dition to these Archbishop Semite an American Is nt present resldlnjInHome In point of oldest American prelates are Car BislmopMcCloske BishopJognnwere consecrated in 1808 MOBILE YI8rrO It Tells What Irish Catholics Are Doing In ills t Town John A Hughes one of the leading Irish Catholics of Mobile Ala spent several hours in Louisville Tuesday and culled on several friends in this city that he had met at different con vention cities because he is quite a society man Mr Hughes is State Vice President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Alabama State President of the Catholic Knights of America and has represented his branch In State Councils and his State at natiomil conventions of the order and he Is likewise n lending spirit of the Mobile Council of the Knights of Columbus He stopped In Louisville Several hours en route to fndianapolis where he was one of the lending delegates from ids State Mr juiKiiva Is a successful real estate dealer and has traveled in nearly every section of the country He speaks in glowing terms of what the Irish and Catholics are doing in his home town Time Knights of Columbus have erected their own home at a cost of 70000 paying 10000 for a site and erecting there bullchngTheJsued bonds for the building One hundred Knights subscribed 100 each this gave the necessary 10000 A hanker who belongs to the order took the entire 00000 bond Issue off their hands He resold them of course The first floor is rented out to business and professional men the club rooms reading billiard pool rooms and baths are on the see ontl floor anti the council hall is on tne third floor The building is in the center of the downtown business 1eadlnghotelsfrom the offices pays the interest on I the bonds and the dues will enable the council to retire a number of the bonds each year Mr Ilughes says the Mobile Hiber nians are now planning to buy their own home They hay bptwp n 15000 and 20000 in I nited and other good bonds and expect follow he example of the Knights Columbus Mr Hughes expects ftllI Stop IIn Louisville 106 en route home c W ATTRACTIONS For All Who Attend Stl Columbas Fete LawnI All who wish to spend a piracy afternoon nod evening in a coo delightful spot should attend nual lawn tote which will for time benefit of St church next Tuesday July 28 and 29 on u of Mr C V Fr Market stte Fontnln have d eleganj home pa sse stop beau atat ata b fcrr rrrc rciv nlr r POLITICS SCCIltlto Be nt Bottoii or tt Persecution of Saloon Owners Lending Democratic Workers Singled Out ns Mnrhs l y Board Several Pertinent Questions Thatl the Public Want Answered REPUBLICANS NEED THE MONEY That part of the citys body politic known as the License Board Is at tempting to play the part of a local Sheldon Ho gets the grapes for the National Republican Committee The Louisville License Board veil Italyou may is reported as attempting to get the campaign fund for the local Republican Committee or a largo part of it from tho Louisville saloonkeepers In this connection F Joseph Herrmann must 110tbe considered He is as staunch a Democrat as ever but with two Republicans opposing every move he wakes he is not even time fifth wheel He- ssI merely allowed to be tho noise that accompanies the wagon noth 1ing more Last week It was announced In the columns of the Louisville Evening Post that remonstrances had been filed against 167 saloonkeepers Next day tho papers had smaller lists and iintimated that not all of those com plained against would lose their jlicenses Then came murmurs from saloonkeepers Some of them had been approached so it was rumored and told that if they would cough up 60 each their licenses Would be assured Of course no member of tho License Board vouchsafed such ssurance but there were confi dentlnl agents in the field Thus farj the Kentucky Irish American has to learn of one saloonkeeper timorous enough to shell out 60 It this Is not bribery anti grafting what is it Months ago the Kentucky Irish ofsevents and showed where the local Demorrntlc dallies might dig up a I few facts but its only recently that the allies see to ave awakened wafr ga ter Times asked been filed j saloon nt JI Wednesday Post tenI case hay l tu- T w- i 1 1Tf U JIENTUOI Y IRI JtAlIgRICA KENTUCKY IRISH flMERiGM Devoted to the CatllolcsIOfficially IndQrsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians You g Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America ENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING co incorporated Publishers Bi CKIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered it the Louisville Poitofllce a SecondClus hatter ss all Jommumcatloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Ureei Si LOUISVILLE KydAfURDAy JULY 25 1908j BON VOVAGE Ills Eminence Cardinal Gibbous sailed from Neyv York last Saturday and is now Well on his way to home 1litll him go the prayers of 18OUO000 Catholics of whom he is the spir itual head They are praying lOt his welfare on sea and land old for his speedy return in safety The Cardinal has three anniversaries this month Thursday was the seventyfourth an niversary of his birth Later this month will occur the fift second anniversary of his ordination ns a priest and still later the twentysec ond anniversary of his elevation to the rank of Cardinal lie goes to pay his respects to Pope Pius X in his jubilee year Before returning he will stop at London to attend the International Congress of the Eucti naristic League Cardinal Gibbons r will deliver one of the principal ad dresses at that great gathering and will Invite the delegates to assemble In America In 1909 or 1910 MAY COME TO TillS a An esteemed contemporary who reallzQ the growing menace of the influx of the Aslastlc races to our Western shores takes a very realisticf though somewhat pessimistic view of what may happen if American women continue to vie with the Chinese and Japanese in taking whjte mens jobs in the United States lie saysIf however the influx of Asiatics closes employment to women and at the same time by ruinous competition reduces the wages or earnings of the men it may become impossible for white women to support themselves and also impossible for white men to support them und as we gradually become Orientalized we may eventually come to adopt the Oriental custom of strangling female Infants at birth It is to be hoped that It will never I really be as bad as that FOR PERSOXAfj ImI nTrIr JOariga College of the rep Northwest personal sainst he I I Is ridiculously preposterous But Pnrnell started the movement lor1 I byImeans of Parliamentary toctl s He had no faith in British promises but he proposed to bent his enemies at their own game Itedmond and his confreres have followed Parnells lead They have secured an Irish land purchase net which has resulted In many of the Irish j tenants now owning their own homes fonje say half of them but this must be nn exaggeration However if it Is only I tenII benefited it shows that the Irish Parliamentary party has accomplished something Understand thatI these farms that have been pur I I toleIfor the Irish farmers to meet their indebtedness to the Government but meanwhile they are not suffering from the rapacity of absentee land lords and more rapacious estates managers Irishmen both at home nnd abroad are striving for the ultimate free dom of Ireland The cool headed ones even the men who have been intense Nationalists for fifty years are willing to bide their time They rejoice in the fact that quite a large percentage of the tenants arc now in possession of their holdings but they nre not envious because all the oth I ers have not yet come into their own Like the true sons of the church they say to themselves I i Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors goods FALLACIOUS UTTEltAXCE Wherever law is recognized that 13JI peoplehInsteadposed to form the unit of the stateJJ arcII children until they prove unworthy of their Godgiven trut Now comes I Justice Dunn of the Oklahoma Supreme Court with thej surprising utterance that all chlldre 1 are wards IUIfiJY Jo to a C have no right only ns it Is conferred- upon them by law Families band together to form States but lose none of their natural rights by so doing VIT WHOLESOME ADVICE j aitWilliamBryanj i I t called to pay their rev lust week The teach r political creeds J Mr Bryan in them s He IIj s for l y tor rkI mill ttlu 01 et s n 1 1t i pending This was a victory lf r tlw union men On Monday they received a jolt when the press dispatches brought the news that Judge Anderson of the Supreme Court District of Columbia In the Bucks stove and range case had summoned President Samuel Rompers of the American Federation of Labor Secretary Morrison of the same organization and John Mitchell of the Executive Council and former President of the United Mine Workers of America to appear in his court September 8 to show cause why they should not be punished for contempt of the courts Injunctive power The court held that tile labor leaders had violated an injuctlon forbidding them to boycott or place on the unfair list the Bucks Stove and Image Company Gompers and Mitchell were both delegates to the convention which nominated Bryan at Denver this month If Mr Mitchell had allowed Alabama to present his name as the Vice Presidential nominee he would undoubtedly have swept the conven h tion Mitchell is a poor non and Is just rallying from a severe attack of illness To make an active political campaign as the Democratic candi date for Vice President would in all probability mean his death Ills time will come litter But the labor union men ought tto see now what they hove to expect from the hands of men In close touch with Secretary Taft Bryan Gompers and Mitchell are their friends They have been fooled too long by the cry of the full dinner pail The workingmen yea even time business and the pro fessional men are awakening to the idea that we are all from Missouri It is not enough to tell them that Miss Prosperity is on her way they want to see her They want to hear the shrill factory whistle nnd hear the clang of the hammer on the anvil This is the year that working men must make bullets of their bal lots in order to send the enemies of their free institutions Into disgrace ful oblivion LEFT FAIR PLAY JJKIIIXI The unsportsmanlike maneuvers of the Britishers who are in charge of the Olympian games in London has disgusted not only the Americans but the athletes of other countries as well The Irish and IrishAmerican athletes were not surprised so much it the duplicity of the English bunch hut there were other countries who had been made to believe that the Britishers like fair play Always if the Britons lire to render the de visions and do the counting Last fhursdny James 13 Sullivan of New fork President of the American Amateur Athletic Union and United States Commissioner to the Olympian A n irarc u nnJnJcrlcw to the fh owing effect Ve came here as we went to Paris and Athens with a field team and ire making a fight in the field vents caring nothing for the other ports We asked that the champion ship trophybe put up for the field sports separately but this request was not acceded to So we will simply take the score in the Heidi events counting first five points second three points nnd third one point and figure out the American wore on this basis Lord Desborough who is ostensibly it the head of the British Associa lion under which the games are being held has apologized for the failure on tHe part of the organiza lion to provide American flags on the opening day but he says that the matter was remedied on the succeeding day 1 Some Americans wanted their representatives in the track and field games to quit but James E Sullivan President of the American Athletic Union and Americas Olympic Commissioner put his foot on the wholesale withdrawal We wont prove quitters lie said We frill stick it out We can win anyhow and make these people feel ashamed qt themselves I Developments this week tend to show that Mr Sullivan knew what he vas talking about and in the end lie whole world will see that the lorm British fair play is a mock lrJa delusion and snare If conning events cast their shad ws before Indiana will certainly go Democratic this fall The nomination of John W Kern of Indlan ipolis for Vice President has re inlted the Tnggnrt and antlTnggart actions The hooting of Gov Hanly U Chicago when he attempted to Lice Vice President Fairbanks In ruination for the Presidency lens de the Republicans of Indiana L dissatisfied and disgruntled REJOICED OVER ARRIVAL ghbors In the vicinity of 030 fall street are growing weary of ihlstllng morning noon and I df the air rust One Girl fffehder is William Hannon who iiply rejoicing over time arrival n tit the first and only girl baby world He expects to call the LnlRs WUhelmlnn Bryan Hnnnon LAWN FETE yance sale of tickets for the LioJbe glvenRt the residence times Knnnrney4 611 East insurestendance btedt to a worthy eaue ej rilp ichmldt and in who constlttlttC the Arrangements are o aake the evenfncas rs0Bi fmw 3i I Irs Frank Sullifan has been visiting I friends In New Haven and Nelson county IMrs Charles Boeswnldaud daugh lss Edna are spending a few at Sweet Sulphur Springs Mrs Sarah G Itellly mind Miss Ella DenveriColMessrs Charles rind Stanley Now smut have returned trout it weeks visit with relatives at Bardstown Misses Katie Tally and Katie Moran of Memphis are visiting Airs John Mullnney 1110 Seventh street Capt Steve Wickham is back on duty after spending lmis ten days vacation nt his old homo in Fairfield Miss Lucy Wilson has arrived here from Texas to spend several weeks with Mrs John OBrien Garvin Place daughterLillianto time Misses Foley at llolliiigton Ky Miss Catherine MayJ Giltnane has returned to her lion 10G2 Portland avenue after a trip to Mammoth Cave Miss Louise GiloojVleft Wednesday for Green Buy Wilt where site will spend several months visiting1 rela tives 4 Mrs Charles A Edema and ehll ren are visiting relatives and friends of Dr Charles A Kilelen in Meadc equntyy+r Bernard J Kuvnriaugh has rev turned from a weekend visit to Mr and Mrs Charles Lijcas of Hobbs Station Miss Lena Bowling and het brother Joseph HoWling were toe guests of relntivcsnt New Haven for a week V A John Hnllimin Sri who tins been seriously ill at his home 2104 Portland avenue is reported somewhat Improved Mrs Jennie OCopnOr of New Or leans arrived Tuesday to spend the remainder of the slimmer with rela tives in this city Police Sergeant Tames McLaughlin of New Albany JtK spending his ten days vacation ori Blue river near Frederickstown hid Charles Fitzgeralfl and wife nnd daughter of New Albany spent the past week visiting friends in Chicago and Northern Indiana Miss Nellie Finegnn who was in lured in a street car collision several weeks ago is slowly improving nt her home mo Sixth street Miss Adelaide Schnl ten of the vhlltIan aftLotonlsvihieturned home after ja pleasant visit of ten days in rural districts DeLeuilrnnd nrohomeMaven where the v were the guests of Mr and Mrs G A Wlmsett Mr and Mrs Clarence White and daughter Miss Frances have been enjoying a delightful visit with Mrs Joseph TcnneUy at New Haven daughterMissguests of Mr andl Mrs Conrad Mart el of 1107 State street Now Al bang Messrs John Mooney and Tom Connell of Portland will return next Saturday from a three weeks vaca tion spent at White Mills and Hardin Springs Little Misses Ella Meehan of J830 Portland avenue anti John Brown of 1825 Bank street have gone to Borden Ind to visit friends until school opens ru11l Mrs Owen Sullivan and children of 1050 Cherokee road acv companied by Miss Kate Hickey left last wek to spend the summer at Petoskey Mich Miss Annie McGlH left the first of the week for New iork and on jnParissteamer Bremen August Grass is back at his desk at the Louisville Varnish Company after spending a vacation of two weeks in the country where lie via ted relatives and friends Mrs Thomas IL Newman has as her guest Mrs 1JSul1lmn of Frankfort who is en route to Lexington to join her husband and make that city her future home WiJrip McGovern Jr and sisters Misses Annie Mary and Margarnt Wyrockformederal days at Mammoth Cave ThursdayforSulphurSpringsNew York and on July 30 sal for Europe to be gone until September 15 Miss Frances Donohue who has been confined for a week with a sprained ankle to her home In Oak dale Is again able to be out to the great delight of her many admirers and friends Col John F Kellner President of the Central Consumers Company familyI Kellner line been In poor health for some time but Is improving slowly Officer ltdbert W Scanlah feet I Tuesday to spend hitst vacation in few York and will retflrn byway of Washington die has carried wlfh prpreipenlwth titles t A h of eifated who has been the guest of lice son Louis Brusselbach at HOC Highland avehue during the past three months has returned to her home In Cincin gram1daughter Rises Mnyme OConnell who a week here as the guest of Miss Lucille Wuersch left Monday for her byMrswho will be the guests of Miss OCon nell and Mr and Mrs D A Baldwin A little girl visitor has arrived to brighten the home of Mr and Mrs James Spellman 2035 West Market street The proud father is reeeh numyfriendsto come it will be evenings at home for him Col Henry Bosquet and wife Pat rick J Welsh and wife Louis Hugel meyer and wife J Hubbuch and wife J F llillerich and wife and William Carey and wife were among the number who were this weeK enjoying a season of rest und recreation nt Sweet Sulphur Springs Mrs John Massing of Mobile Ala is the guest of her sister Mrs Omer Boone Twentyninth and Bank streets Mr and Mrs Massing formerly lived In Indianapolis but removed to Mobile where Mr Massing is winning laurels on the diamond He is regarded as one of the crack players of the Mobile club Mr and Mrs Stephen D Smith have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Irene Caron Smith to George Keats Hull of Schnectndy N Y The wedding will take place early in the fall The bridetobe is one of Louisvilles most charming girls anti has been admired for her runny womanly graces The young mar who has won her hand is considered exceedingly fortunate Misses Nora Mnthcny Mary Arm bruster and Antoinette Zepp all of New Albany nre visiting Capt and Mrs A E Matheny in Owensboro Capt Matheny has been in the employment of the Louisville R Emus yule Pocket Company for a number of years and by hard work and splendid business qualifications has gained great favor with the official He was recently promoted to the agency af Owensboro Thieve will be great rejoicing at 2050 Alford avenue tomorrow when the son and heir of Itobert Russell a trusted employe of the Kentucky Indiana Bridge Company is christened Time ceremony will take place at St Cecilias church The youngster nrlrvel Tuesday and its advent made Mrs Bridget Shelley a great grandmother and It Lee Fisher a grandfather Both lire as proud of their new honor as the parents are of their boy glrellTohnWest St Catherine street Monday birthdayThebut that made no differcncV to the stag party Mr Barry was talking with a friend when other friends came pouring in from nil directions Among them were Li J Gleeson Frank P Burke Dr J T Chawk GreggTohnyyionmir m1tf Barry John MiHen11 messy Jerry J Driscoll Martin Ridge and Harry J Henncssy It was one on Mr Barry but he was amply supplied with refreshments Master Bernard Schinman was agreeably surprised last Sunday evening at his home 2025 West Market street His young friends learned that It was his birthday and rallied in numbers to do honor to the occasion Many pleasant games were parentsMr nished refreshments in abundance Among those present were Misses Adelia llciling Amelia Graf Margaret Hosier J lenora Senn Lorena Herp Barbara Sayer Lillie Graf Lucille Schieman and Marie Schii mon and Masters Beniard Schieman Leo Sayer Frank Senn Jr Charles Seibel Arthur Kaleher Henry Hell ing Albert Crush and Clarence Schieman FAITHFUL SOUL Death of Owen Kelran Was Shock to Many Warm Friends Ireland lost an affectionate son the Ancient Order of Hibernians a dutiful brother and the Catholic church a faithful member when Owen Kelran passed array at his home 1603 Fort street at midnight Sunday He complication month but none thought his end was so near until a few hours before his death His wife three sons and three daughters survive him Owen Kelran was born in Ireland sjxtyfive years ago He came to America as a young man and for fortythree years was In the employ of the old Short Line railroad and its successor the L and y While always attentive to his duties as a railroad man fond of his home and foundtimeCatholic affairs He was a pioneer member of the Hibernian order and WAS for many years Treasurer of Division 2 lIe was also a veteran of the Catholic Knights of America and a devout member of St Frances of Rome church Ills funeral took place from that edifice Wednesday morning and the large concurse that was In attendance testified to TOe esteem in which he was held One epitaph illgstriouscountry nnd he loved his kind CATHOLIC POPULATION According to the directory New fork leads the fortysix States with a Catholic in the State of C30000 Illinois Is second with Pemmsyivaninthird 1404604 Massachusetts fourth with populationi of 1313321 Ohio follows with 010029 and Wisconsin Is next with 518459 Michigan has 471890 Catholics Missouri follows with 44j 7o3 Minnesota ninthwith 425885 TexasZ7a6ttTna tl01tt38n fl PRINTINGThe best printing regardless of price is the only kind that is really worthwhile Quality and good service are the claims we urge for business We have faith in our printing ability and would be glad to be judged by our work its always good printing KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Green StreetIJOHN J TULLY HAMMOCKS Ch Idrens 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 FONTAINE FERRY TIlE 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 greatly1Improed ParItiesagement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts DressnlalcingLadles rens Dresses a Specialty MRS C U lOOK 1918 Floyd SI ROUTINE AFFA1KS Occupied Large Part of VJacklns Latest Coun cil Meeting President Hubert T Burke prc sided over n well attended meeting of Mackin Council Tuesday night but outside of liIdevelopedtie of interest Holm was the only member reported on the sick list Two new members were obligated and various commlfe tees mode reports ot no Interestanyone except members of the conft ell President Burke also urged nllitjte officers to meet at the club In ewe promptly at 1 oclock tomprriijfe nlgopictureSupreme VWpiila also be held at Machin club houseltf 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon The Mile From Town Committee ex pects to make its final report at the next meeting HOPKINS PICTURES Any one who wishes to spend a J goodheartythe Hopkins Theater moving picture show 1 or next week Manager Dustin has secured a number of exceedingly fine feature pictures and there seems assured another weeks large attendance LOSE THEIR GUlP T W Russell M P Vice President of time Irish Department of Agriculture nssertn that half of Ireland has been transferred during the last twenty years Irotn the landlords to the tenants The sum involved in this compulsory purchase of land under various acts during that period Is no less than 400000000 be con tlnuedThe effe t on Ireland has been most beneficial Agriculture has developed Asian example dur ing the last three y are the export of Irish eggs has increased at the rate of 1250000 n yearA There has been a revival of the growth of flax in Cork timid twprfmjli which had long beef closed I g started again Time Irish ba i istry has so 1m proved by th ment that tl h departrreached time r yen rs To cleans Is In jewelry vor mother of e whiting slid JNevp eudtlas It- iiisolves v tI ml IiTHE ikv i lktr 1 a- n5TRNIj HATS IIF- or Y All styles andsizes in this seasons clean new goods a- tLEVY T Jrd and Market St- sEAT QI+ w AS E ER fsOUR SHOWING OF arpets and R s rest qualities and low prl s sRWePALL PAP 1R and guarantee satlsfa ory- IiiIiipriceriiUubbuch Bros 5242628 w MARKET STREET GENUINE BOTTLED Bears this trade mark Unl S 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 SI Both Pho- nesSUBSCRIBE NOWII FOR THEyy i Kentl1ckyt lrisbif4ui American0tSentt Anywhere in the United StatM for Si per year Foren countrie 1O- pcYr t 4tt a r- I T a e iii G KENTUCKY IRISH AMJ3RICAN IITHE BEAUTIFUL AND CHARMING BABY GRAND CHICKERINGHighest We would enjoy talking to you about this Baby Grand and demonstrate its marvelous tone qualities With this invitation we hope to see you soon MONTENEGRORIEHMI MUSIC COe Incorporated arBsoao FOURTH AVENUE bushels 375 100 bushels 1500 800 Laugh and the world laughs with you etc Fox Ridge is a smile producer INCOAPORATIDJScanlonI I Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 t ++ t- I + + + pp I J E TRAC L H STRAUB i BOTH PHONES 363 1 i TRACY STRAUB i FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSeII crrl STREETShortj 1 1yNOIU I It IIIIII II HI 1111 IIIIII II I jjIIII DOUGHE S J MCELLIOTT DOUG1ERTY McELLIOTT 9 lJ Fun Directorsi and Embalmers i Both Phonos iQ8 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Is Answered Promptly Day or Night t 1231 tVJST MARKET STREET t I + tTtf Ift 1 I TI + rmMvfc SJ 1 I I II t t t ft I t t + HOME PHNE 08 CUMBERLAND 128 J J1- L BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East 1ain Street THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST byullDgiroes on to stay and saves repair bills Kentucky Wall Plaster Co IINCORPORATEDII Brook and River Louisville KyIy I Mao operating the Hoosier Wall Plaa r jttarr Plant Jefferaonvllle Ind Phone 655 1 mm MLBEAIKR W tjle andd Fatty Grocirli A F ST ROOMINOld W1I kQO alt WI NO WWVTI 25 Anthracite 3llfcAi I FLOWERSFOR eddings and Parties ould be ordered early Let fill your wants from my c kDPLETE STOCK R Baumer JLORIST M A PLE 4th and Chestnut TH PHONES Sped in to out of town orders Tff AL MEN1 A Coal t tandfree from slate iyes more heat and less to maintain a fire but dearout your stoves ant Dougheiminm10 neST QUALITY PITTSBURG COAL Home Phone 1783 Office and Yard 7th and Magnolia C B THOMPSON FLORISJSpecialtyFloral 632 AVENGEDoth All orders receive prom4 o n and satisfaction guarantee HERRMANNtIMPOATRRS FINE WINES AND WholeSs Pearl of T BOTTLED IN 1Mh M IMS HIBERNIANS I I What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- Newa Notes The flow of oratory at the lbanquet Thursday night was out of the or dinary Every division and auxiliary in Kentucky was represented at the na tional convention The past year has been a good one for the Ladles Auxiliary viiich has added 4712 members to the rrll The decorations at Indianapolis showed that the merchants there appreciate their Irish neighbors and friendsState President George J Butler who headed the Kentucky delegation was given an enthusiastic reception in Indianapolis John Mutiny who represented Jefferson county was the right man in the right place His influence was felt from start to finish During the past year there has been a net increase of sixtysix dlvia ions to the Ladies Auxiliary the total number now being 794 A movement is on foot in the La dies Auxiliary to form juvenile classes of girls between the ages of twelve and sixteen years Former National President James E Dolan delivered a brief address at the convention Wednesday and was greeted with enthusiastic applause William Jennings Bryan has been invited to deliver the address when the Baltimore Hibernians have their big day at lllver View on August 6 Visitors to Indianapolis this week nre loud in praise of Chairman OBrien and his assistants who had n real Irish welcome for nil visitors Division 1 will have the honor of being the first Louisville division to hear directly front the national convention since Monday is it regular meeting night The Hibernian Cadets and their hand heading the 25H members from Muncie were n striking feature of the great national parade nt Indianapolis on Tuesday With the cordial endorsement of Iliv Father Hogan a promising division has been instituted at Virginia Minn The start was male with over fifty charter members Junes Decry and Will Fogarty were unceasing in their attentions to visitors and wherever they go in this country they will find many willing to slow their appreciation The election of National President did not take place till lifter we went to press but the preliminary contest between Cummings and Dolqn was quite exciting Both are good men Miss lams C Mafia National President of the Ladles Auxiliary de nounced postal cards caricaturing the Irish race in her annual address She also favors a national insurance schemeUnder the able administration of Miss Anna Malia National President the Ladies Auxiliary is in a splendid condition with a total membership of 53580 and a balance in the treas miry of 264810 The thirteenth biennial State convention of the order in Iowa will beheld at Davenport opening August 18 and continuing three days It is ex pected the attendance will be tho largest ever recorded DonegalCounty representedThissteady expansion of Hiberiilnnisin in time North of Ireland John J Ryan the popular planing mill titan and his young son John were among those from this city who attended the Indianapolis convention Both were impressed with what they saw und returned to Louisville proud of their Irish ancestry DaytonOhiothe national convention this week He claims to be the oldest member of the order in the United States agoUe dianapolis to attend the convention WHAT WOMEN WEAR Soutache in every kind of design on every fabric Black and white striped taffeta sailor hats trimmed with a crown band of black velvet Cut jet bowknot in front of turn over collar instead of the horseshoe of brilliants Link cuff buttons are worn to match This touch is very smartBlack Oxfordsdoubledthroughtheto tie into bow fullyfourone twist In the center Jabots of lace linen and lawn pleated and edged with lace or nar embroideryBall beauti Chamois gloves worn unbuttoned and turned back over the wrist are mannish and smart Tan or black buckskin oxfords or with dull brass buckles Bets of silk elastic studded with jadeMercerized in every conceivable color which look remarkably like silk- Chatelaine bags of black suede coralaBIRDS OF A FEATHER The Bev Father Collins pastor of SL Agnes church delights in a Joke saysthemany s chuckle of an argument among several sailors In the avlary In Golden Gate Park They were discussing a certain bird In one of the I apartments and one sailor held that it yas a skylark while another de nied It Finally the first sallo walked over to Father Collins and asked his opinion v Father Collins said that the bird pas undoubtedly a skylark The sail went back to his companions elat over his triumph saidholyy esald one of time others ready to yield he do aIl j y mote aboutlt than adO leuce he dozen t exclaimed k Aint he a sky pilotr y l TOM M00IlEIr Though the Shamrock may fade while the pale lily weeps In the Over Sea lands here the Irish bard sleeps Ills memory blooms In these islands around And brightens the Dreamlands of Harrington Sound While ids name so immortal re strongIllumlncs temples of song Now never a dreamer or singer should soar Without bowing low at the shrine of I Tom Moore They pjoudislesThen view Wnlslngham and Moore s calabash tree1They should hum that fond air as the glowing sun setsf Time heart that has truly loved never forgets The Loves of the Angels and rare Lallah took And111s soulstirring songs they should neer overlook They should read about Nca the poets sweetheart Then love the pnle singer because of his art The world has grown sordid with grafters and knaves Yet Fame guards her wealth and her gravesAnd though in secret it rolls Shall greeninThey sang nye they died and their spirits have trod Oer lifes mountains of care to the Gardens of God Those balmbreathing gardens of peace giring breath In that morningkissed land oer the Itiver of Death Where never an echo or murmur of wrong Shall theirInfiniteLarry Chitteiiden Poet Itancli man in the Bermuda Colonist Feb ruary 24 100- 8LOVE FOR ERIN Australian Primate Quotes Irelands Bards For Hibernians Australianlrimntedress on the occasion of the twenty eighth annual meeting of the Hiber SydneyCardinaleducated In Ireland He went to Australia as a missionary priest and rose to eminence In the church there but he has lost none of his love for theHlberniansserve the Gaelic language ho had this to sayI congratulate the Hibernians for doing their part In keeping alive the knowledge of Irish history and lan guage among the youth of Australia by contributing liberally for that ob ject While reading recently I was surprised to find that 500 years ago one of the Irish Brehons Insisted on the preservation of the Irish language He wrote these lines Sweet tongue of our DruIds and bards of past ages j Sweet tongue of our monarchs our sngesSweet and free born sires When we cease to preserve thee our expiresHis closed with a tribute to Irelands songs and told how the Government of Australia was helping to perpetuate the spirit In followinglineslinesCome songsTheWith all their tuneful melody- In accents soft and low Or sing of Faith and Fatherland With stately march and slow Yes sing those sweet those dear old songs The songs of long ago They hushed In sweetest melody My childhoods restless hours They woke to life and energy My boyhoods latent powers They fired my manhoods chivalry With martial dash and go Those grand old songs those manly songs The songs of long ago Adown the stream of life they float pastOf and fears Too transient to last And now thoy gild Hfoo evening time With sunny radiant glow Those deathless rhymes like distant chimesThose long ago OLD AGE AND CONGRESS William Boyd Allison of Iowa has been in Congress forty two years ever since the second Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln says the Boston Globe For thirtyfour years he has been a Senator Already his record of Senatorial service is unequalled and If ho shall serve out Ianother term he will have held his seat for fortytwo years and been in Congress a full half century There are four teen who are more than three score and ten and half a dozen of these are above seventyflvo Five of the twelve Senators from New England are septuagenarians At least two members have served more than two terms Half of the New England Senators are in that class Long terms in tho Senate are a compara tively new feature They were rare In the first half of the nineteenth cen tury The name of Thomas H Ben ton suggests a striking exception to the rule In those earlier days for he sat in the Senate thirty years MONTHS AND MARRIAGES Juno is first choice About half EnglandrScotland place the months of June and October 1In Holland girls prefer to become MayGermany regarding It as the first of the spring months Oneseventh of time Swedish marriages occur In the month of roses I February Is first choice In It lyes timetj Itus laa favorite month iis January I So marriage like dept has all- Ieuioae for its own I Jjj t iiii IRELAND Record of the Most Important ot the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The outlook for a bountiful potato crop is good There was a splendid turnout from Clones at the Castleblaney feis The Ancient Order of Hibernians LoughPatrickPatrickJohn Crouch a soldier was drowned in the river at Dumlnlk an thtS result of cramps The Royal Society of Antiquaries eXllomtlons The Dundalk Assizes continued only two days showing that the county Is practically free from crime John ONeill seventy years old anti a carpenter was found dead in his home nt Kilotleo County Tippernry Michael Morrnn is in jail awaiting trial on the charge of shooting his brother Patrick in the County Mon nghan Mrs Ellen Connolly widow of the late John Connolly for forty years custodian of tho Dundalk Town Hall died recently Time influx of American tourists to Qneenstown has been marled Dur ing the second week of July the number was about 800 Gerald Murphy a well lknown farmer of the Port boy district accidentallydrowned The residence of Col OBrien But ler of Greenpolnt Castlebelllnglmm was entered by burglera and 500 worth of silverware was stolen CountyFeramnnngh tenced to serve a month in jail for assaulting James and Patrick Me Can n Michael Browne of Hollyinount and P J Costello Chairman of the Uullinrobe County Council have been sworn in as Magistrates for the County Mayo Mrs ODougherty Principal of the CountyKerryand Blake medals for the continued success of her school earlythisregistering 106 degrees in the sun and 78 III the shade In Wntertord the readings were 07 and 75 The statue of a man unclothed was found in n bog in County Cavan Time head neck Lady and legs are well shaped but the toes have decayed It is believed to be the statue of a very ancient Irish Idol Mrs Mary Cleary of Clnremorris committed on the charge of having murdered her husband Thomas Cleary wits acquitted at Custlebar there being no evidence to show she hind administered poison to him D P McCleary an esteemed resi dent of County Monaglian died after submitting to an operation in a Dublin hospital Besides his widow und four children he is sur vived by a brother the Rev Patrick A McCleary parish priest at Gar rison At the Loutli Assizes John Me Court eighteen years old was found guilty of maliciously shooting Pat ageAlthoughslight young McCourt was sent to prison with hard labor for twelve monthsDuring the first week in July the inhabitants of Dundalk were witnesses of an usual sight the midnight sun The orb of day appeared to be directly behind Slleve Gullion and many persons remained about the watcl1lngthooclock the figures on a watch dial could be read by the unusual sight CATHOLIC NAVY CHAPLAINS At present there are eight Cath olicpriests in the United States navy They are W IF I llcnney to the Hancock appointed from Maryland Edward J Brennan to the Vabasli appointed from Con necticut John F Fleming to the Rhode Island appointed from Rhode IslandEugene E McDonald naval train ing station Narragansett Bay from New Jersey Matthew C Gleason to the Missouri now on Evans flagship ap pointed from New York Joseph F McGInty to the West squadronflagshIpIn addition the Chaplain of the flagship of the Atlantic fleet the Connecticut and the Chaplain on the flagship of the Pacific fleet the West Virginia ore both Catholic priests TEN LARGEST CITIES How many people can name off hand the ten largest cities in tin United States According to the last CityChlcngoBoston Baltimore Cleveland But falo San Francisco and Cincinnati The next census which will be taken two years hence may change the order but it is doubtful if any other cities will eclipse them The population of New York City is 3437202 of Chicago is 1603575 of Philadelphia is 1203607 of St Louis is 575238 ot Boston is 560802 of Baltimore Is 508957 of Cleveland Is 381708 of Buffalo In 352387 of San Francisco is 342782 and of Cincinnati is 325002 FAKE MOVING PICTURES A local amusement manager has mostexaggerated idea of tli gullibility of Louisville people 1a trans of the moving picture show will stand a certain amount of lump bugging but they rebel when tin management tries to palm off i white man for Joe Gans the ncgn pugilist in an alleged reproduction flglitThist has caused time playhouse to lone pub lit confidence DRIVE ANTS AWAY aptinkleaI little epsom salts around thewii4t 1 FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 1913THE WIEDEMANN s Iscoaeo- naranBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength nd Excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer 1 BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN i BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER i ON SALE EVERYWHEREHO- ME rt PHONE 7569 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JQHNPOHRTBLC4INCORPOR- ATIDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 140S Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY CHOICE Cut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of JefersonvIdle Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINAM- ERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jellenonvllle lad OFFICE nouns SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Done For the Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist o OFFICK 542 FIFTH STHKBT Home Phone 1942 Cumb South 6- 28TflOUKEflHEY e A 1 GRUOGISTrr Prescriptions called for and delivered In any part qf t1l8citywltbout extra charges Patent medlcinesutcutprices SM our complete line of post cards I HoubQlqcleanltlgprepatatIons at cut price yjjAjOjIk All the new Spring and Summer Styles and Shapes can be found hero at reasonable prices MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIQHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E VENT Proprietor Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 218 West Chestnut Both Phones Qlve your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LoutSYlIU Ky Conducted by tile Xa em n Brothers Classical ddentific and Business Cour me Preparatory De partnient I arce Swimmln P lol fftll Equipped vmnntum Term Moderate aropameaDtr HINRY AAIJJ1 PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER ladles and Gents Wearln Apr I WORK GUARANTEED boo StreetaWINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOOLVAL LCSTCn Pr0i Rot L morningo f I VC r 1 I Et T KENT OKY ISg4MERICAN 11a END OF SEASONS SLAUGHTER SALE Begins Today Saturday at THE BIG STORE Bargains in every department You will N miss it if you dont attend the Big Sale Ir THE BIG STOREf MILTON M MAHBUESTONE 6 CO 424 West Market Fourth Between and StII t 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 VOTE FOR HERMANN D NEWCOMB Candidate For CONGRESSSubject to Action of Democratic Party sih Joijrsssioaii DistrIct FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL 517529 Fifth Louisville Ky a RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY Centrally located on all car lines accessible to all parts of the city and parks sITti 6lis fir Rouers BOOR 6o PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES ITOSUIT EVERY TASTE us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the c + finest of their kind in the city W ARTICLESr IOP EVERY DESCRIPTION + 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before the advance In prices of all iron goods we are able to seUat old prices GEHER SONI 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered 1 Both Phon 2399 OFFICE AND FORQS 913915 SEVENTH ST T r M VEENEMANPres K ntuck1Vitri Br ck SecretaryCo n a INCORPORATED Massufestoturera of- IVITRIFIED PAVING BRICK I f FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS OfJ ce5 512 W Jt1friI St With MIptItaAM W 9t aid JNk TELEPHONE 87 TELEPHONE 1151 liIJIPaT ORIGIN Of the Famous IrishAmerican Athletic Club of Greater New York Its Presidents Entertaining Talk on the Success It hits Attained Club hits More Than Twelve Hundred Members On Its Rolls AND HAS GREAT EXPECTATIONS Here In Louisville as elsewhere In America and one might saywhere ever there are sons nnd daughters of Erin their blood thrills day after day when the cable flashes the news that Sheridan or Sheppard or Flan nagan or Horr or some other mem ber of INew Yorks IrishAmerican Athletic Club has made a new Olympian record nnd thus prided fresh laurels to the fame of the American athletes now in England And yet comparatively few in the United States know much about the IrishAmerican Athletic Club that is making American famous in this latest series of Olympian games Its President Patrick J Conway One of the leading horseshoers of Greater New York in an interview with a reporter or the Vorld gave some idea of its irigin nnd scope its eXllcctations self He comes of a long line of blacksmiths in Ireland and was born n County Limerick fortynine years ago He was nn expert horseshoer and an all around blacksmith before he left Ireland for America at the age of twenty He readily obtained work at his trade and in a few years saved money enough to start a shop splendidbusinessand two equine chiropodists lie is happily married and is the father of six healthy and happy children One of his boys John Jt Conway is Conwayhnsof the IrishAmerican Athletic Club He says Ive only done my share toward building up the organization In the beginning I may have been more en thusiastic than the others but that alwaysbeenefforts and untiring energy of such men us Judge Dowling Thomas J Cummings Edward S Murphy John JlcLaughlinMichael MaguirePatrick KennyDaniel sponsible for the clubs success And what movement could be u failure with the services of such men en listed In its behalf How was the club started On suspicion answered P J with a chuckle that bumped the bumps over his halfdozen chins Youll laugh when I tell you about Its birth 1 was always a crank on the subject and one Sunday afternoon while half a dozen of us were discussing athletics in a back kitchen on Eat Sixtysixth street sonic one suggested that we organize a club That was the start of the I A A C Many of our early meetings were held in that room which was so small that a man was not permitted to bring more titan one idea with him We got a charter in 1897 but didnt open up for business until 1808 so you see we are just ten years old We sent the few men we land on the track and field and worried along with seconds and thirds for a struggleingnmelottime and money to keep it afloat After a while we moved to the rooms WyandotteCupOther clubs began to realize we were there for the finish about this time Good old John Flanagan our first big star joined our organization and droppedInstars and at the present time we I have seventy or eighty track and field performers The club has 1230 members men prominent in all branches of city life being included on its roster Our present quarters on Fast Sixtieth street are entirely too small and as soon as the building committee secures n suitable site we intend to erect the model athletic countryThe emblem of the club and President Conway says WlngedlIstminute he joins the organization lIe is on the same level with the judge or the hanker and is not patted on the back after he wins and then for gotten until his next victory Knowing this our men go out nnd run their heads off to win a victory for tlloI club Our boys will keep right onI paring off the figures in every event wl11beiuuAlcdyearsHavepreparationstoreturn from London he was naked Just wait and see said P J with a significant smile Do you remem her the banquet we gave them at the Hotel Astor the last time they went abroad Well we intend to quicklunchLET EVERYBODY ROOST Mike Cnntillons Jmstling Minne apolis team will open here today for series of four games with our own Timmy Burkes Colonels and the fans can look for Severn1 worm ties sidns as the visitors have just come from Indianapolis where they wal loped our rivals for a couple of games The locals have again struck their stride and wheri Indianapolis j takes that long predicted slump which all good innicpredict the Colonels will be to annex first place A few of the fans I here show a disposition to become t diccouraged sVa iuw miPk11ry of tube C i e SOCIETY DIRECTORYY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at ThUs City Hall on First and Third Tuesday MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Kecnan Jr- Recording Sec Tlios Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurercharles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T jyncbFinancial KeaneySergeantatArmsJames Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentsMartin Sheehan Recording SecretaryL J Mackey Financial SecretaryJ G Hesslon TreasurerDanIel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Uertraml Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn II Hennessy LynchFinancial J Connelly Recording Secretary Frank P UurlelreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermo- ttSergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JBFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall KenneyVice Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T 0IIern Financial Secretary Chas Robards Sentm el Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsDernard Coyle Y 3Vt I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana han Second Vice President Samuel RobertsonRecording Secretary Austin E Walsh SecretaryThomaslJachman Financial Secretary Frank O AdameTreasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy team and immediately begin to knock Now this is the wrong spirit us the players are only human and the encouragement or discourage meat of their efforts is bound to be reflected in their playing Attention is Milled to the Indianapolis audience this week who because enthusiastic enough to throw money to Louis Durham for his pitching and at home here the splendid efforts of Jimmy Uurke Heine Peitz Larry Quinlan Ambrose Puttmann or Joe Stanley have never brought forth counterfeit mosey from the spectators GLOOM ENTERED When Death of Companion Was Announced at Trinity Trinity Council held a well attend ed meeting Monday night with Presi dent James 113 KeJJy presiding but a gloom was cast over the assembly by the announcement of the death of Capt Harry lUmdschu A committee was named to draft resolutions on his death and members were ap pallhbearers Only absolutely necessary routln business was transacted A commit tee was appointed to arrange for a euchre next mouth The committee in charge of the recent outing re ported that when all the returns were made a balance of between 400 and 500 would result When the council adjourned the members went in a body to the residence of the late Capt hurry Bumlschu where prayers were offered for the repose of lilt soul LOAIi WOUIOLRX Time work on the new St Marys countyhodworldngllllrdcompletion but the mechanics engaged In the erection of the building are also enthused The pastor Rev Father J J Sermersheim was agreeably surprised this week when aIcommittee appointed by the men announced that they had arranged toIgive a social and euchre on the nightThecents each- VICTIM OF LUNG Tnounrra The funeral of Edward IIIIU OIl n prominent young man of New Al i bany who dled at his home In that ij city Thursday took place from StmMarys church Saturday Tiro de lunttroubleto his illness he had been in the employ of David Baird Sons in this city He had been nn active member of Unity Council Y M I and that J otIllsparents and one sister Mr Charles- F Pfeffertt CARRIED OFP PRIZES Though threatening weather kept many away the lawn fete given last week fdrthe benefit of St Augustines church was greatly en joyed and quite a success Prizes were awarded as folio v Mantel a clock to Miss Katie Snider 1532 West Madison slreejji doll to James Bowl mptoro 1 I f J CHANGES That Are Said to Be Content plated lathe Church in This Country United States Will Soon Be- Taken Out of Missionary Class More Cardinals and Now Arch dioceses Are Also In Prospect RULES CHANGED FOR LAITY Time ecclesiastical change which places the Church in the United States on the same plane with European nations which have diplomatic relations with the Vatican will take place in November From that time the United States will no longer be classed as a missionary country and it is rumored in American eccle siastical circles that oneor more new Cardinals will be created for this country mid several new dioceses erected contemplntedItarchdiocese of Cincinnati which is by some considered too large and mi wieldly It now comprises allofOhio Indiana Kentucky Tennessee and lower Michigan The rumor hns it that the diocese of Louisville will be elevated to the nrchcpiscopal dignity with Tennessee and lower Indiana included in its jurisdiction and that Detroit may also be elevated to archepiscopal rank with jurisdiction over Michigan and the northern half of Indiana In speaking of the decree a well known priest who is an authority on sayIt the de tree Intelligently until a copy is received in this country and an opportunity given to study its pro visions In its general import and direct effect it means that hereafter this country will be governed in accordance with the provisions of canon undoubtedlytherereservations such being the case even in Europe As an Instance there is a difference between the status of the parish priest in mission countries and those subject to canon law In a mission country he is subject to the Wishes of his Bishops orders Under the canonical rules his appointment us n rector of a church gives him certain rights which must be respected Only for certain reasons can he be relieved of his charge and In nil cases he must have a regularly constituted trial lIe can willingtogoIn the matter of the selection of Bishops I doubt very much whether the rule in mot European countries havingtimeof the Cathedral This rule did not work well in England In this coun tr it IIlfObutchange would be too radical and Would hardly work well believed laltrInregularly established Catholic coun wUlbecommunion in the parish church qnd if the rules are strictly enforced every one will be compelled to hear mass on Sunday in his or her parochial edifice or at least some public church Private chapels andt t rigidrulesWIlY GETS TEAM WOX forXortoneligagement Theydedcloses nt 2 oclock but at 2130 Octs us he is sometimes called failed to appear on the street The friends went after him and found him ham outIulnprlHonOeUcn lenlfromsecondfluortried the telephone but received little encouragement Oetken was on time uutumatiefireployes appeared with a key and rev toolatecolleagueshopeurday when they have a game on KOXTAIXK FERRY CHOWDED Fontaine continuesTheladlesInthehuudretfsfrom the various sections of the city coolingIJreezesIlopkinsrnudevillca good line of other amusements find much favor with the Ferrys patrons thnthlsIn the history of this popular amuse cent resort KNOWS IllS IIUSINESS Former Captain of Police James Jacoos accompanied by his wife left afternoonCapt nearlyallmatchers In America He will spend the remainder of the summer and early fal lhandling the crowds at Fort Erie and other tracks in Canada and New York OLIVE OIL POLISHES By pouring a little olive oil 01 soft linen cloth and gently rubh over surface of mahogany furnJj the white covering caused by node also also dust la reittov leaves the fjrfniture as clea tnlrror a ayes having it- t t y N+NN + +++ + NN NNN + NNNNNN JIREFRIGERATORS 11- o Get ready for summer while you can get Refrig erators 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 advantage of it Si OUR LEADER galvanizedZJ ij capacity 550 tj THE COLUMBIA o Oak finish white enamel lined mineral wool filler remov 0 able ice chamber a sanitary ice saver Prices 1250 to 2500 according to size j 1 THE OPALITE i fWeRefrigeratorsYrefdgerati f IPAYMENTSIi i E II- ii i 425= 2729 E Market Stree i i i i BEST TERMS LOWEST RICESiiI iN N N N NNOONNN 0 s4 NNr iII 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION i 1908 SWAGAR SHERRY Candidate for ReElection to CONGRESSII FIFTH DISTRICT Subject to action oriamocratic Party UNION ICE CREAfK CO lfnnufuotsxrorM ofII Pure Ice Cream and herbets 627633 EIGHTH STRBT We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate ourfwn Cream This env nbles us to put a better cream on the market at a lower p than onrcompetltors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y =at aBE SURE TO CALLF- ORMcKENNA j i I I wHts1fl1rr IT IS ALWAYS PUREIIII WIWIH McKenna Distiller FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J f SULLIVAH Manager yd1DADQiTAICtTEI2i FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds m Season thexm SprlnlLambcity We also carry Early Fruits awiWwjetables and all first cia s market products CCflnMn LOUISVILLE PACKIWCfcONPANYS MEATS LY TH i 11 U VIhim E Home TIholle Company ERS QNLY THE BESTlPERVICE AND AT q JLAR RATES I BITS BEYOND QUESTION 0 NN 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