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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4vV s Joi t 1 flJ J i 1 t 7 iI KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAh a VOLUME XXL NO 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 1 1908 PRICE FIVECENTS POPE PIUS Pleased Over Visit of Cardinal Gibbons niul Archbishop Fnrlcy Revives Questions of the Creation of Another American Cardinal Speculation as to Appointment of Bishop OConnell as Coadjutor YOUNGEST DAUGHTER OF CHURCH The New York Time Rome corjI respondent cables that the Pope much appreciates the delicate thought of Cardinal Gibbons and Archbishop Farley who having ac cepted an invitation to be present at the EucharIstic Congress in London next September will first visit Rome to pay homage to the lend of Cath- t ollcism Their visit to the Vatican is the greater compliment because of the intense summer heat from which Cardinal Gibbons suffered once before during the conclave which elected Pius X The Pope is reported to have exclaimed There is no doubt that Americans have the gift of tact to a degree unknown to other nationalitiesII Those who heard the remark thought that they understood the Pontiff to be alluding to another high prelate who is also coming to I London to the same congress but who had not thought of first stop ping in Rome although it may be said to be on his way I The prospective contemporaneous presence here of the highest dignitary of the American Catholic church and of the Archbishop of the most Important diocese in the United States the latter of whom will come after a most imposing celebration known ns the New York centennial and bring the largest offering ever collected In a single diocese has re vived the question of the possibility of the Pope tangibly showing his ap preciation by creating another American Cardinal at the next Consistory It Is scarcely necessary to say that if such a decision Is taken Arch beichosen Glbboris Iii SeptkemblRwilllbVlpeI cially timely because his advice will be extremely useful In the work of establishing the rules and details for the passage of the American Cath olic church from the jurisdiction of the Propaganda to that of the Secre taryship of tatc It also means that Cardinal Gibbons wishes to have the Holy See agree not only to the appointment of Bishop Dennis OCon nell of Washington as his auxiliary Bishop but to his becoming later his coadjutor in which ease Bishop OConnell would be assured of th succession to Cardinal Gibbons no to the Cardinalate but to the See o Baltimore On receiving the American Colleg delegation headed by the Rector Bishop Thomas Kennedy of Pulls dclphia the Pope delivered an ad dress which is one of the most im portnnt speeches ever made by tine present Pontiff regarding tju United States and the conditions jbl r Catholicism there Bishpp Kennedy presented the Pope with the offering of 1000 collected entirely among then students and which with the contri butions of the Rector greatly ex 1Jceeds in amount any money gift ever made by other foreign coheres Bishop Kennedy pointed out tint u America although the youngest among Catholic countries is as loyal as the most ancient Pius X de livered nn address which was taken down in shorthand and of which pointsIfelicitations expressed by your ex cellent Rector and for the gift you have made me but above all for the assurance of your presence which 1 prize above everything else The presence of so many young students from furoff America brings joy to my heart and is a source of great and satisfaction to me ItEleasure that you aro representatives of the youngest daughter of the church Yet every father has his Benjamin for Whom he cherishes the warmest affection Without diminishing in the slightest my high re gard for many other national colleges in Rome I lave special love- and admiration for you For you arc truly my Benjamins i I ofheavenf youbelovedamD which manifests so much devotiot and loyalty toward the Apostolic Set upon your Bishops who are dls playing so mtlch zeal and activity ii the construction and ornamentation of splendid churches and Cathedrals and providing in such a marvelou younbyupon your clergy which is laborini by earnestly for the spread of th I plenteouharvest mngnificenLadyv qllity now famous has made pos countryuponcyour Ilbllneh a flourishing state of Catl centered In you upon your belove Rector wbais spending so mane cart andl and who asbroughiLyonand you college u to lluchadefreeof eli ftoiency atW xa a model for f May th leaning of heaven deftcen HkewioBpon yottrwire to enatf ally with energy and mil GRAPHIC PICTURE of Oregon From Former Citizen Now In Kentucky Home Michael Doyle a former resident ot Louisville but who has been a resident of Portland Ore for the last wentyslx years returned this week to pay a visit to his brothers ahd other relatives still residing here Ur Doyle Is not a Rip aVn Winkle le has been absent but not asleep le left here a journeyman moulder md he has returned on a visit as the proprietor of a foundry In Port land lie is loud in his praise of the soil the climate and the people In that land of opportunity Oregon Mr Doyle Is a veteran Hibernian md came East to represent the libcrnians of his State at Indian ipolls and to urge the delegates to select Portland us the site for the national convention in 1010 lie brought pictures data and convInc- ing arguments to the Hoosier capital and the result was that Portland hart i IiAtDoyle came to Louisville to visit his brothers and other relatives In conI rersation with a representative ot the Kentucky Irish American he said Irish immigrants are too prone to hug the Atlantic coastI They locate in the large cities too much In the far West particularly the Northwest there is a fine future for them or In fact for anyone that Is willing to work and who is am Itousl There are opportunities inI Oregon for all and the time to take advantage of them is nowIMr Doyle was an employe of theI IJaxterFiseher Stove Foundry when he left Louisville twentysix years ago He now owns his own foundry and employs a large force of men Ills brothers still residing in Louisville are Edward James Walter Doyle11hen delegates and the Ladies Auxiliary conic to Portland two years hence said Mr Doyle they will have the time of their lives Our people out there doI things in great shape and none will come home dissatisfied The Port land Commercial Club has already nnlllentertalnntlntother commercial bodies will raise a fund of 20000 additional rime splritellPortland I I amette Valley a fertile trabt of land 375 miles long That part of them State Is unsurpassed for scenery and has been styled time Ireland of I scenerythe clared to be the most fertile in the world i orlhtmeweekg FIFTY YEARS I I Mr and Mrs Paul Vllller to Celebrate Jubilee Monday I Next Monday Mr and Mrs Paul Vlllier two of the oldest and most highly respected residents of the western section of the city will cele brate the fiftieth anniversary ot their wedding Mass will be offered by the Kev J J Conniff at the Church of Our Lady at which church they were married August 3 1858 by the Rev Father Vital Mr Villier was born July 25 1832 at what is now known as Thirtyfifth and Kudd avenue but what was then PortI1ai1 oficingthat place Mrs Villlers was born Tope 6 1834 in Belgium but with her parents Mr and Mrs Joseph pollignon came tq this country when she was q Although in her fifthyear she stems toi be in the prime of life and wjth flier husband who is also in good health gives promise of living many years to come I Thfe worthy couple have lived a happy and useful life nnd the church will be thronged Monday wlth frfends to congratulate them I TIMEIor In Store For Those Who AttendCllftons Lawn tV Pete The kindly disposed people of Clifton and Crescent 11111 have ar ranged to give1 a lawn fete for iw benefit of St Francis of Rome church on the church grounds on thI WednesdayAugust Whites parishioners undertake an i timIg of his his friend s taa rally support It is believed I 6U1LpasI cars pass In front of the church lawn and the East Market anti Frankfort avenue cars carry passen gers within a few blocks of the grounds l The Chairmen ot the various com 3 mlttees that haret11e affair IIr charge art Joseph D Badcz Elinon Sherman Peter J HelmV George F j Martin Mrs Ed Mueller Mrs C Kessack and Miss Julia H Moran t I WAITS FOR OUR FLEET jIj Cardinal Moran Archbishop o IS Australia has Notified th r Vatican that he would delay his nisi to to Eur he wished to b 1Ji Sydney when theNVweirtwm aquadro arrived there The CnMihl expect rtI to reach London in time for th e Kucharistie ConneM iJ Septembt and afterward he wll teed tj Rome ENTANGLING ALLIANCES TABOOED Ancient Order of Hibernians Adopx Resolutions That Speak Well For the Wisdom of the Delegates Attending thei JUb National Convention tI Splendid Sets of Officers s Elected FoiftBoth Big Bpdiesi kentuckians Bounteous In Praise of All They Saw and Heard aB7 The national convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in the year 1008 was in many respects the greatest assembly in the history ol time order Although the work ot time convention did not begin until Iuesday and closed Friday night the delegates were entertained at various functions as early as tho Sunday prior to the convention July 19 nUll some were not allowed to getaway before evening of the following Sunday so hospitable were their hosts The main thing of interest both for the Hibernians and the Ladies Auxiliary was the election ot officers Next In order was the selection of a site for the next convention Both elections were held Friday and resulted as follows President Matthew Cummings of Boston Vice PresidentJames J Regan of 3t Iaul- SecretaryJohn T McGinhis of ScrantonTreasurerJohn F Quinn of Toilet National Directors The Rev John D Kennedy Danbury Conn Ed ward T McCrystal New York P T Moran Washington John J FoyMontrealThe following national officers were chosen for the Ladies Aux ilInrvPreshlentUss Anna C Malia of Scranton Pa Vice President Mrs Mary McCarthy of Massachusetts Secretary Mrs Louise Du floss of Clinton N Y TreasurerMrs Mary Daly of St Paul Min- nDirectorsMrs Mary McWhorter of Chicago Miss Mollie Fox of Fort Wiivne JndUil i stek Tlie lasTTtwo mentioned ire ah addition 1 to the old board of four which Was reelected Both the Hibernians and the Ladies Auxiliary selected Portland Ore as the place of the next bien vial convention No Kentncklans were elected to organization ored In many ways while the conven tion was in session State President llulloyPresident sented the Jefferson County Board In the absence of County President John A Murphy and Martin J Cusick who were leaders of the Ken tacky delegation are loud In their praise of all they saw and heard in Indianapolis They praise the peo ple of the city praise the decora tions the hospitality the arrange moats the work of the Indianapolis committees and the work of the vention ns a whole The the Louisville delegation was conI sidered the finest in the parade in the national convention hall State President Butler says time parade was timedecorationsrule when the G A It and the Knights Templars assembled here Butler Mulloy and Cusick led the parade on the opening day of the convention The work of the national body was harmonious from beginning to end and what was ac complished will reflect great credit on the order cityState Auxiliarythan the local Hibernians over what wa wau sup aa u ww a rta ruu SHOWED THEM Chapel Car Convinced All of Its Use and Its Necessity I IOne thing that prompted many 01 Indianeapolislast week to take such strenuous sides for the extension of thr1 Catholic church in the United State I was time exhibition of the Chapel1s car or Church on Wheels as It ha thocar and at once realized tne goon1 that the car could do for Hoiy Mother Church The Chapel car wa s brought from South Dakota for the express purpose of being shown to the Hibernians at Indianapolis On j thujI I I IIt Is manned by two chaplains am- I a Pullman porter Inside It has m I fully equipped altar with silvei crucifix and candle screwed into firm bases to bo proof against th athothe altar contains all the vestment for a mass At the rear of the car If I tj a missionary organ and chimes i e living room and berth for the chat t lain another for the secretary con n taming a desk and nil convenience n in the way of mea and Jlteratur s u1Jn the work and a Idtehg c with range and fully stocked pantr- I take up one end iof the ear Th I church part of the ear coqteta sea- tt pr roI fop t taswaatl w f htcb she saw and heard a Indianapolis It was an education mMtself she said just to be thergfnd to meet the Irish women fromjfaH parts ot the United States fctery State in the Union was represented except Delaware Mississippi aid1 Tennessee Miss Anna Maim the National Presi dent is a queen anion Women She is dignified cultured iii amid womanly The wdncn speakers were all good too andjthe delegates worked hard Several lights it was 830 to 0 oclock before Vwe got any supper and Saturday vo were ton tired to come home yfo rested and Sunday we attended mass and in the afternoon took a ride around the city jfThere was nothing jjop good for the Kentucky ladies und3 In the par ade our banners were qlieered wher ever we went We liaifEliiusIc every night Irish songs predominated God Save Ireland and lle Wearing ropularbutSpangled Banner andu Columbia the Gem of time Ocean before we i5What Auxiliary do We worked hard Tfcrwould take me a month to tell you what we did In brief we decidgd to affiliate with the Catholic Federation we donated 250 to time sijlifjort of the Gaelic League in Ireland we voted a sum necessary to erect nn altar to the memory of the late Father Quick who was chaplainlo the Manchester martyrs AUen Lnrkit and OBrien After the exeeti Ion of these men Father Quick came to the United States and until his death was n missionary in oath Dakota A church is being bullion that see tion to commemorate bjs early la bors and while the HlbjirnlanH are contributing to the erection of the utrchthOTrmdir uttla3lintye+dillrilo Its share In erecting the memorial altar Our next national convention will be held in Portland Ore andl it will be a great trip for nny one that is fortunate enough to be sent or goThe decided not to Interefere with the State divisIonsprovidingforeach county unless there are two separate cities in that county In which pernuttedfromtimeoftimenewbrancheswithintimesets aggregate 235000 vhile the various branches have paid out 212000 In sick benefits and death claims At this rate the ladies ex to erelongNext to Interest hi the selection of LoulHlIIesay resolutionsnilJrlllhAmericnns ndoptlonofwere a unit for n closer union with nbsolutindependence separation of entanglingsoIcletyiI abroadDealingd I sayj our unswerving wA W NU M1 bw IIII MU M U1a U w can be enlarged with camp chairs t accommodate about one hundred 1tis In charge of the Rev W D OBrien and Secretary George C Hen nossy From Indianapolis the cai Southwesttowhenthereeach stopping place is to get visitor to the cur for the lecture of one o re1lgioninvited to mass and the confessional I and children are trained in tin catechismI 1 1ATITLETESI IN IRELAND I wbjhacOlympian games In London are tj compete In Dublin against an all Ireland aggregation Thin meet Ii e expected to be the most notable on s ever held in Ireland and prepars Lions have been made to make It 1 11 proportionBefore r trJpthrougltbeI 0 and treatment they will receive wilt be In strong contrast with that the f experienced in Euigland- ANNIVERSARY s s MASS i Tuesday was the sljlvth ann vrr aryofthedeath ot Fatlu II ifelslngv f rmerpttQrotlt VJin II cent de Tauli r minim AtT3beldck heneF gfF home tii hianiw I filled with fort e time deoewrd 11 prilciples plete Independence of Ireland toward the attainment of which the untiring energy of all patriotic Irish men should be directed and while we favor as a means to that end time acceptance of any measure which would bring relief to our suffering brethren in Ireland from the exacting conditions under which they pate labored and are still laboring nevertheless we are convinced that noth ing short of complete mill absolute separation from England can ever bring lasting peace and prosperity to IrelandWhile we encourage nil move ments having for their object the uplifting regeneration and freedom of the motherland still as a Catholic national organization which Imam struggled long and faithfully for the highest ideals of the race we deem proper in the best Interests of our order not to give either now or ut any other time our approval or in dorsement to anyyspecial Policyor werecognizeour members to nsslst nay movement tjiey deem best to elevate Ireland but remembering always that thu A 0 II has given generouslyof treasure and blood for many cen turles to disseminate und preserve the purest principles of Irish nn tionality and whilst it yields to no other organization in its love for and loyalty toward genuine Irish nation ality it can neither now nor In the future become the creature of any party or combination of men We here and now worn all out siders that they must not attempt to dictate our policy us an organization nor Interefere with the administra tion of the affairs of our noble or der LcnrtyIndorsement the revival of Irish industries time cultivation of Irish music and liter ature approved tho introduction ot Irish history Into public and parochial schools praised the Cath olic University at Washington urged the erection of a memorial to the Irish victims who perished at Grosse Isle Canada in 1847 and dealt with other subjects of interest One important paragraphs reads 1 too highly commend the alliance of our order with the GermanAmericans of the United States which was recently brought about through the efforts of our timeBoardThe resolutions also urged the or provideforExtension Society In its labor of erecting new churches where they andCnnndnwarmest terms to the clergy ot Indianapolis to the Mayor and to the andbospitnhity adjourned Sundayandprovide a fund in accordance with delegatesforthe 12000 Irish Immigrants who died rimedirectorstl1lnightTrenton and National President theItheirbreaches1 affiliation with the order in America IIIIIIII ausv arsa a aaUIIIiIIlIIIIN a h wt wmw GRAND COUNCIL Will Bring Visitors Prom theet Statea f = I ITiWj Grand Council of the Young o Miens Institute which will meet here- ine annual session on Monday Augus delegatefrom e number of visitors Members oj Maekln and Trinity Councils have c been busy for some time past mnkin b entertainmenoI I of the convention which is expjrteid s Councihase d the sessions will be held there a tillDonrde I s a meeting of the members for Sun hm day August 0 when the yearly re n ports will be prepared for the con Invention They will show that the y Young Mens Institute in the Ken j 1 inbothmadjtgainaII tional representation in the Gran t Council While In Xoutevllle the delegate 6 and yteltora will be provided with prohi II trolloy sidesover the city n reeep It ttak amid taU at Mackin club hou hj Ir k y e rI l II i SEYENTH VOLUME Journal of American Irish Historical Society Issued The seventh volume of the Journal of the American Irish Historical Society just Issued Is a most interesting history of this organization for the year The Society now has a membership in all the States anti Territories and In two foreign coun tries It was organized in 1807 and near Admiral John McGowan U S X retired was time President Gen eral during the past year and Thomas Hamilton Murray of Sen view Mass Is the Secretary General and editor of the Journal Mr Mur ray is an experienced journalist and each volume lie issues tor the predecessorThe polItics Irish chapter in American history admirablyIn several Interesting historical papers among JeffreyIhoeheAbility In the United States It is written to correct an article by Sen publishedinthe Massachusetts Senator failed to do justice to IrishAmericans The hasbeenpubliclIbrnrlescountryThere members of nnmoimgthem1 fodelDonIganEngineer of the L S N railroad andImembershipThe foodinnmembershipyearKentuckymembership and an appeal has been sent out by the President for addi whojoinwhich Is a valuable historical work MACKIN COUNCIL After Big Class Reduces Initiation Pee For August Mnckln Council at Its meeting Tuesday night took decided action I toward increasing Its membership and preparin for at bi ml Nation bcgnpremeCouncil ducing the fee to 3 for the month of August It is the intention to then exemplify the new ritual and confer the degrees on a class of at least 100 candidates This will be a rare opportunity for young men to become members of the Y M 1 President Burke wns in the chair ltrgll1Iohnlist was much improved was wel presentThe ofthefinal report which was most satis factory and greatly augmented the Five members were nppolntedyto confer with a like number from Trinity with a whew of giving a complimentary ball for the GrnndCouncilmonth1I11sthelargestatedtlmtUnityTrinitysatisfactory progress with the arrangements for the entertainmenttime Supreme Council in September I HOUSE FALLS Harold Grobmycr Sustains Injuries That Prove Fatal timrovcIntowas received there that HaroldI Jrobmyer who was injured by Cnmpbe1lsburgI noonSaturdayremains were sent to Carrollton ami were viewed by all classes before tim funeral which was perhaps the StJohns othef memberGrobmyerSonliverybusinessthe best young business men of thatt agesI one e largest livery stables in Xorthen fr thldeceasellI o i fascinatfoin usefulI ness to his family and the commu lI I exhlbltinJIMrGrobmyerI Mr Grobmyer was known to man mneinbersldlandgel lnsttutetimely deaths s I TOOK FINAL VOWS e I Miss knowladd1 yvbbeenserring abiiri I was professed A Sitters thii week illI Kaelln and Fnnny Albany attended cidnnt to y RIGHTMNmd I In Proper Plnccs Are Mhcfc nncl I Johnson ns Campaign Managers V I Kentucky Leader Urul rstnrulS I Ills People and They Know Him I Pertinent Inquries negur lIng Local Politics Need I Answers I t AFTER JUDGE J W h1 GEE NOW I IThe selection of Norman K Mack of Buffalo N Y as Chairman of the Democratic National Campaign 1 Committee and Hon Ben Johnson of Bardstown ns Chairman of time CampaignCommittee x proem of all Democrats in this State They realize that each of these men are able leaders that they timingsMr known in Washington D C as he Is in Buffalo When quite a young man he engaged in printing n little sheet ad vertising excursions out of Buffalo eventuallyturnedwas a student of men and politics and always an ardent Democrat He is thoroughly iu touch with the work mplreStatea familiar figure at Democratic na tional conventions for twenty yinrs and is held in high esteem by Demo cratic Senators and Congressmen alt over the country He Is likewise an uptodate business man mad his se 7 lection by William Jennings Bryan is regarded as the best that could have been made I Hon Ben Johnson who on Wednes daywens chosen to head tho Demo cratle Campaign Committee in Ken tucky Is u member of one of the oldest families hi Kentucky and has always been a Democrat Since at taining his majority he huts been an ardent worker in the Democratic cause atyl has long been recognized as a 1puyer In the Fourths Con gressional District In 1803 Mr John son was ail lutetl Collector of In ternal Revenu for the Fifth dls nHctt1JM C5ntncRt 1rerid m ntiVrr i land und held time office four years He has also been Speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives i nnd has represented his district in the State Senate He is now serving his second term as Congressman from the Fourth district Had he in I stead of former Gov Beckham been the nominee of the Democrats for t I United States Senator last January things would have turned out dl- IIcrentl in the Legislature Johnson Is an organizer and a hustler He will carry the State for Bryan and Kern in November and after that he can be elected either Governor or United States Senator it he chooses His friends predict that he Is fit timber for a Cabinet officer And how about the local situation When will the campaign open in Louisville and Jefferson county The Democratic workers are anxious for the fray to begin Organizations arq being made in every ward and pre cinct nnd n campaign of education Is being planned The people under stand that the tax rate wait reduced by the Republicans froth 18fi to 5175 per 100 valuation Likewise the discount given by the Louisville Water Company was reduced from twenty cents to five cents or fifteen cents on time dollar This nlone off sets the reduction in city taxes and yet the Louisville Evening Post has the mendacity to say that the Water Company Is governed by Democrats l Formerly it was but under the ill I e1ertICompany No graft was found but the audit companys clainu for time work of its experts remains iflfpald oratittle of graft that bill would have hownl I esorbltantlt might be considered tIITudge J Wheeler McGee has been theepersonae non grata to the Evening Post Judge McGee as presiding of ficer of the Police Court is exof ficIo a member of the License Board He has not acted In concert with Ed B Green his Republican colleague on nil occasions and ins thus iin f curred the enmity of the Evening Post While Judge Mc0ee was al ways sensitive to newspaper erltl clams anal sees tbjob he holds I through glasses of much magnifying power the Evening Post criticisms will not conduce to change Ida opine I ions 1 By the way what has become of that granite scandal alleged bribery etc Has It all been hushed tlpl gt People are beginning to ask Did Little Dick James fall from the Board of Public Safety orwCas he pushed by his colleagues v Another question1 that the people I are asking is this If Mayor Grimm s stead offends the Evening Post evil he be classed as a machine Dei of the 1001 brand All saloonkeepers warning fro hCe I Dem conduct n i 4 t TiWne L I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN pj- s KENTUCKY IRISH MfRIGftN 1 s Devoted to theSocial and Moral Advancemementt of Irish Americans and Catbolcs Officially Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Instituteand Catholic Knights of America y KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered it the Loulivllle Poitofflce I StcoadClus Hitter Address all ComnunlcatloBB to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Gree SI LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 1 1908 Sri1ESEIVE COMMENDATION The Ancient Order of Hibernians has again demonstrated that it is living up to the purposes for which that great society was established the unity of the Irish people at home and abroad friendship and true Christian charity Each of these prin ciples was upheld at the national convention in Indianapolis last week t s sandwithout being at nil discourteous the delegates gave outside societies and individuals to understand the A c O II was capable of taking care of its own business The movement to aid in the work of church extension Is n corn mendnble one but one that could not I but be expected from n body of Irish Catholics The bones of their kinsmen hallow the soil of America from Newfoundland to the Gulf and from Cape Cod to the Golden Gate Wherever the Hibernians go the churches follow The church be it i ever so nimble is dear to the hearts a of sons and daughters of Erin The delegates also chose a splendid set of national officers and directors nnd while some of the contests were spirited there was no acrimony after the voting was over The selection of Portland Ore as the place for the next convention was also a com jiendable one A trip to that land of opportunity two years hence will give the Irish men and women of America a broader view of this glorious land It will make them acquainted with their brethren in the West and Northwest and it will Tiring the Hibernians of that section into closer touch with their friends in the East Last but by no means least the Ladles Auxiliary deserve commenda 11 tion for the work done by their na tional convention nnd for the ex cellent selections made in naming national officers ROOM TO FLOP c the Iron William II Tuft has been mails aware formally that he is the nomhiboftlelfepuhiganpartsas Its candidate for lie Presidency Judge Taft Journeyed from Virginia to Cincinnati to await the arrival of the notification committee and os Tuesday heard the speaker of that body announce the honor that had been accorded him He received the news in a dignified manner and betrayed no excitement He did not d even deign to say This is so sudden i p- It had been given out that Judge r Tofts speech would deal only with r important questions and would be limited to a maximum of 3500 words Instead it took more than 12000 Words for Judge Taft to tell why he would accept the Republican nomina tion If he were not aware until Tuesday that he had been nominated in Chicago more than a month ago he certainly did not display ignor ance regarding the National Republican platform lie analyzed it from stem to stern He praised this and cajpled that feature He did not hesitate to voice the Opinion that labor hate the right to organize p unions but at the same time he up e held the right of the judiciary to govern by injunction He touched up the Panama canal the Philippines the tariff and the navy the trusts and the railroads But how It all sounded nice and plausible to those who heard the speech It even reads well It will mgke an admirable High School oration And after that What is there in it Does William Howard Taft come out strong on any one plank of the Republican platform Even in up lidding the administration of Presi dent Roosevelt does ho emphatically sag that he will carry out any par rtlcul r one of the Rooseveltian po- iClesHe does not Tafts speech pf acceptance reminds one of a cat runnipg along II fence oriel casting an eye on each side teo that in case of a return trip lie may pick out the nice places to fall on either side Mr Taft prom iIHs nothing to labor nothing in the away of tariff reform takes a little whack at trusts but not enough to butt It was the speech of a dip lomat rather than of statesman MITCHELU ON PLATFORM ohn Mitchell former President of Lfid Mine Workers pf America e leaders of the Amerl Tabor was at the s anapolis or the Democratic platform were writ ten by the American Federation of Labor Executive Hoard and were in orporated into the platform word for word In addition to that the Denver platorm is clear on the eighthour day and other demands ol organized labor President Gompers stated after time Chicago convention that the Republican platform was not satisfactory to organized labor It is predicted that Mr Mitchell will take an active part in the cam paign delivering speeches for the Democrats in the centers of population and making visitations to those sections where thousands of voters Work underneath the ground WELL SAID Catholics generally deplore the mixing of religion with politics and believe the True Voice of Omaha en tirely correct in the position taken In the following editorial statement Some of our Catholic papers are trying to bring the religion question into prominence In connection with the coming Presidential cam paign We are not at all inclined to criticize our Catholic comtempor cries but we would suggest that the question be laid aside for the Ares ent It seldom dpes much good to raise religious difficulties in political campaigns and often does much harm Neither Bryan nor Taft is n Catholic but we believe both of the to be honest men who will not stand for religious intolerance Such being the case we submit that our Cath olio papers allow the nominees fight the political battle on their merits as citizens and ns statesmen SITUATION IN NEW YORK Conditions in the State of New York are not only fair but favorable to the Democrats Gov Hughes wants to run again nnd has so expressed himself He stands by the policies that have made him obnoxious The lenders of his party men like Wood ruff Hendricks and Barnes are op posing his candjdncy They ar quietly tipping it off to their friends that Hughes can not be reelected They declare that his policies and hi attitude toward his own party have offended so many Republicans that the party vote in the State would be materially cut were he renoinin axed The Republican leaders opposed to Hughes are using still another argu ment They contend that the re nomination of the Governor woul thoroughly unite the Democratic forces in the State and result in a much harder fight being put u- against the Republicans than would otherwise be made They say that the Democrats have such an opinion of the Governor that the followers of McCarren and McClellan in Ne IV York City would join with the Mur phyConners people and that th home rule crowd up the State who have been outside the fold since the Utica conference would come in withh the rest Every other State is watching Ne York with interest The result will1 have no influence on the Solid South but there arc States in the Middle West that are apt to follow New Yorks lead on the question of policies to be pursued The Standard Oil Company con tinues to do business at the same old stands and at the same old prices President Roosevelt nnd Attorney General Bonaparte to the contrary notwithstanding Tine fine of 29000000 assessed by Judge Landis did not stick In all probability it never will and the Standard Oil Company will continue to receive rebates as formerly for aught any of us tray know The tariff of the United States adroitly protects this big corporation from competition Otherwise we would be paying 50 percent less for oil The Louisville License Board gave one saloon a license provided the wife intend of the husband would stand behind the bar and conduct the business It refused a license to another saloon because the husband was paralyzed and the wife was be hind the bar taking care of business to supporticrldusband her children and llcrseHl Consistency thqu art a jewel said Shakespeare lint the- Licetbse7 Board is not familiar with Shakespeare If old Bill lived in these days arid a preacher would enter a remonstrance he might haw his poetic license Vevqked n o bcj thoped that Americans rd th4en4pfthat JlBflc the sea These of Lieoc mt have long h Brltlii tdlet1oe up that prated about the mother country2 the AngloSaxon tongue and British fair play It is allover now The occurrences at the Olympian games have disgusted not only Americans but men of all civ ilized nations The motto of the Britons is If we cant win dont let the Americans win It now looks like bumper crops In the great West but the farmers say this means a bumper need for help also The demand for hands in the big wheatfields is by no means supplied Herschcl Jones the Minne apolis expert who has just finished a tour of Minnesota and the Dakotas says he found the largest allaround crop in the history of the Northwest rOf course says the Catholic Union nnd Times the winners of the Lon don Olympiad are Americans but their names indicate they have just a strain of Irish blood in their veins MASS MEETINGS To Choose Delegates to SelectCongressionalNominee Next Saturday afternoon the Democratic hosts of Louisville and Jefferson county will assemble iin the various Legislative districts t select delegates to the Fifth District Congressional convention which will1 meet at the Seelbaeh on the follow ing Monday Each Legislative district will hold its own mass meetingan d the manner of selecting delegates will be in the time honored Demo vatic custom of every man voicing his sentiments for his own candi datesOn the following Monday the dole gates elected Saturday will choose sessional candidate Th aspirants are Hon Swagar Sherley the incumbent anti Hon Herman D Newcomb a former member of the Legislature Both are good me and each has a large following AI lied with the interest of Mr New comb lire those of Hobert T Burke President of Mackln Council and n rising young lawyer Edward J Mackey another young attorney o withnMr Sherley whose private secretary he has been during the past two years WILD CHEEKS When the Irish University Bill Passed House of Commons The Irish University bill wni passed In the House of Commons last Saturday by a vote of 207 to 19 The Irish Nationalists took the lead in the cheering that followed The bit passed its second reading on May 11 Lordsebut In nil probability will not meetE with much opposition there The central idea of the Irish Uni royalscharter two new universities in Ireland with beaduarters in Dublin and Belfast Dublin University Is to be composedof three constituted brunches two of which Cork andI Galway already exist The third or new college will be founded in Dub tin The present Queens College nt Belfast is to constitute the proposed new Xorthern university which Unived sity erf Belfast The Catholic hierarchy of Ireland while not approving the measure ae thapt half a loaf is better than no bread SUPPER KETE EUCHRE What promises to be one of thE most enjoyable of this years Bocla affairs will be the lawn fete suppe Anners school Seventh street near Davis s avenue on Tuesday afternoon amj evening August 18 This is now tin baby school and parish of Louisville and is under the chargeof Rev Jour nnw encouragement of time Catholics 01ff the entire city The good people 01f St Anns neighborhood art making every preparation for this affair and promise visitors u good supper and pleasant time Tickets are now be ing sold and are only fifteen cents GROWING SERIOUS The publication of the Columblad the official organ of the Knights of Columbus has caused that order considerable trouble and the consequences may become serious Last week Dr Thomas P Hart editor of the Catholic Telegraph published at Cincinnati and a lending Knight ot the West had this to say on the Tject We have waited patiently for otDirectorsthe contract for the publication ol the official vetbidderChicagoThe itdoessomethingworse sourcethisPRESSMEN GET DECISION laborJudge day denied the injunction suit of the tIlePrintingfQrInjunction itagainstdeclaringthatUnion itself for picketing and violence toward nonunion men The jplnlon makes the distinction how sver that peaceful picketing is oermiMible and the chaneUttb k ecaulon in his opinion 7 to CoihpIS inhisrjthlh the law of the land The wilt or Injunction WM Knight bythfl lobe Coupon March VI t pr tWr pfcwue Jr MM h helms oi 1 1JJ sii SOCIETY II t I am11rsI I week I Mrs Cora B Corrlgan and baby daughter are visiting friends in Brooklyn J Last weekyMisses Rose and Annie Pitt visitedMrs Florrie Smith at Bnrdstown Vr Misses Marie Brcnnan and Kathryn Keneally returned Monday from a trip to Evansville Mrs John Egan of Fulton spent the past week here as the guest ot Miss Gertrude Egan Miss Minnie Murray of Clifton has been spending aWlek with her brother in Covington t Miss Alice Stlglltz has been enjoy ing a delightful visit with Mrs Louis Seeger at Bardstown Miss Annie of South Louisville left Saturday for a visit to relatives and friends nt Funnel Hill spendIng of Mrs William B OConnell Mrs J M Lynch of West Point was here this week the guest of her sister Mrs Annie Burke oMiss Manic Cronin who was the guest of Miss Minnie Campbell left Monday for her home in Newport amongII past week at West Baden Springs Al Kolb and wife and children pre home from nn extended visit to sev oral of the leading summer resorts Mss Katherine Mattlngly of the thiseweek to visit friends and attend the1 fair leUII Thursday for a two weeks visit to Washington Atlantic City and New Yorkrl daughter afSulphurSprings hasbeenJ Spears at Danville N Y has re turned home lIorriganof Albanya stay of ten days Misses Ella Scally Florentine Ford leftlastI visit Mammoth Cave Mrs J D Richardson and children l have been enjoying a pleasant so IiI guestsofI Mr and Mrs Wyble Mapother ant exrectoji Wequetonsingto ji Michael Hnckett the well knows j NewAlbanyjI with relatives nt Seymour NelKenneyProf AD J I I ntheirMrs Anna left the latterpart of last weekyto soneI St Patricks church at StlU ton Mrs Tames Tt Dillon 2612 Dank rlJnmeswhosehonorrev ceptions I Misses Florence and Agnes Berry I I who autMrsthe I Elizabethtowni II I EmmaWaltersElizabethtownwhere MrsEi Walter cityandmidjHelenUeralilbllreau herniecearcpetted ex tlIzabethtownTennweeksvisitI Mr Mrs andchildrennUllSheridanand lefTuesdaymorningKnobs IndFloydMeyer HIlpp is slowly recovering from nt11Isstreet lIe is andgreatlyhisIrlslnJoseph forseveralGasCityhlsfamilythat city his future home youngcarSenbauchgirlwereOConnellpastor+ h partthattolammothCavet11ilweek GordonDJerscliXeIiI1tean AUHarttCalrfntrton by M xbeh C J McCoy I n Jobe M4 rife 10 TaylorCharleslAHenry reglsII Mr and Mrs Joseph E Barnwell Daytontheir relatives Misses Jonnie and Katie Murphy and Messrs James and Tim Murphy of Third avenue and the Boulevard I JUllnjIthe lllbcrnion convention and wereI the recipients of much social atten tion They made a host of friends who would like to keep them in the Hoosier capital Judge Matt ODoherty and Mrs ODoherty and their niece Miss Jo MondayforThey will go to Canada New York Boston nnd Portland Maine return ing home about September 1 Misses Mary Moran Brown and Mamie Droll crick have arrived home from a two weeks visit in Indiana In addition to taking in the sights at Indianapolis during the A 0 II national convention they spent ser eral days at Martinsville nnd McGces vine Misses Eulla and Elsie Cullen daughters of Mr T F Cullen for spending Mrs J P and Mrs S A McIntyre nd nre enjoying the ocean baths Tybeeislandmonth to resume their studies at the Sarced Heart Academy Crescent Hill where they have been a school the past four years SORRY TO SEE THEM GO nightforsent Hauler R Nolan at the Hotel Kimball of that city as manager or joinedbymonth ns they intend to go to housekeeping there Mr Osterman will employersinterests though pleased at Mr Ostermana good fortune the many friends of this popular couple will be loath to see them go but extend their best prosperityintheir friends and relatives gave them a farewell reception last evening VISITS FORMER HOME Sister Mary Agnes a former Louisville girl but for several years a member of the community of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth and OrphnnAlsKentucky After spending a week nt Sts Mary nnd Elizabeth Hospital she left for the mother house at Nazarethon Thursday While in Louisville she was the guest for a day of her mother Mrs Mary Mulloy and her brother loin M1 Mulloy 2211 West Walnut street ARRANGING FOR CONVENTION l Local committees nre making extensive arrangements for the annual convention of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America which this year will be held at New Haven Conn opening August 11 and con tinuing four days Headquarters will be at the New Haven House anti the business sessions will be held in the Hyperion Theater James F Brennan and Michael J Goode have been made Chairman nnd Secretary of the Arrangements Committee BISHOP PAUL RHODE Right Rev Paul Rhode the first Polishspeaking priest to be ele rated to the American episcopate priesthoodStnteDlshop NnmeCathedrali followed cerl DlshopKoudea addresses GRIEVED FOR WIFE theOhioidentifieda WestEudagonndunsettledhiafrom wasIaeonI survive fIm1pnththeirdoubleTHIRTEEN YEARS OLD Weber Council Y M I of Indian apolis and the oldest council in thatcity celebrated its thirteenth nnnilI versary last Sunday night The 1895jandRevFathertheChurchAssumrtionEerslncc Weberhastheool1ncl1Aftererary programme an abundance of refreshments and cigars were qis pensed I BOYS IIO5IE TforthefortheatJacksonvenueThis Support thlltitfactorInapplicantwillbeacapnclty200 boys RETURNS FOR TICKETS theyArrangements membertheWhiteonoe in order that the committee proseed j HOUSE BURNS I viTbS home of Hurry drobmyor nil GMcraUfcw uJ destroyed by fire J STEWART DRY GOODS COIIBusiness Established R Sixty Years RL I Important Sweeping Clearancea or Womens HighGrade Summer ReadytoWears The Extraordinary Price Reductions Make Great Savings Possible I The period of the season has arrived for all Summer Readyto Wear when the room is more preferable than their presence The stocks must be cleaned up and we know of no better way to accomplish this end than by a Sweeping Reduction of price throughout the entire Summer line Every garment has been deeply cut in price and you will recognize at a glance that the one object is to make this Clearance complete for the former price and actual value has been totally disre garded in this Great Clearance Sale STEWART DRY GOODS CO Incorporate IM CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCBEEBY fc IiNEW YORK The C Kollros School of Music Piano Violin Cornet and Composition 2304 W MARKET STREET PIANO AND VIOLIN LESSONS 45 Minutes One Lesson per Weekhf200 per Month 45 Minutes Two 400 Co WESSONSf f00 per Month SO Minutes Two 400 WessonLtlOrUSper Orchestra WESSON HOURS 8 A Mto 10 r M Conductor SPEOIAL ATTENTION GIVEN BEGINNERS PRINTINGTheI j 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 I 33537 West Green Street JOHN J TULLY r r Manufacturer of all kinds of Handmade Rope Twine and Canvas Hammocks ermens Yacht Waterproof Qil Clothing Butchers Aprons and Nets Life Pre SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR THE Kentucky Irish Aierican Sent anywhere iIn the Unltf d States rorH per year Foreign countries 5150 perVeaTu ruewlay mor lug entailing a doss of- tbout 6QOJThe family weree at- tsndiag the serall of srodG b inner to t Umeoltnefiie the origin of If a mystery ILIFE andCampingRopeLadderFire EVERIIS OUR SHOWING OF i Carpets and Rugs rcharacterizer offeringsWek wALT PAPERand guarantee satisfactory work at a reasonable price Hubbuch Bros S24212 W MARKET STREET I jressismalt mgtLadies Shirt Vaistsand d renc DTMM a Spec fCHZMK Iflf St- t tIt ti n wTTK rrhruosY IRISH A1tIERIOANjMusic IN THE HOMEIs at all times essential and there is no time when it Is appreciated more than in the summer A- FARRANDCECILIAN PIANO Fill supply this music if there is no one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection is to insert n roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandCecillan MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OgSOaO FOURTH AVENUE 375 1500 Anthracite 80 This Is LEAP YEAR when you ask the man Include In the contract Fox Ridge Coal as the fuel to be used INCORrORATHDcanI I 405 7 Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral1 Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 H eeeoee weeeeeeeeeeeoeeeaeoeeee J E TRACY L H STRAUB to BOTH PHONES 36- 3i i 4 TRACY STRAUB I I FUNERAL DIRECTORS 4 i AND EMBALMERS i3 CarrfeF u niched on 1531 W MARKET STREET- eeoecaecaeooeeeweosee ieeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee- D N H H H H H H tt tt J DOUGHERTY S J McELWOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors andd Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t t t t t t t t If tt HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S8S East Ma111xi Street TtlOMASKEENAN 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All ulghtCarri1225 W MARKET ST It9 easy to tigure how you cud sere money by- II wing Diamond Wall Plaster Its the kind that sow on to stay and MTCS repair bills Kiniucky Wall Plaster Co 1 1INCORrORATEDh BOTH PHONES 2267 n iftrtaii Riverr Liuisville Ky s Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jefferaonville Ind Phone 665 HENRY fiUNOLD BHAUtR IN ritipIi sad Fiwy JBrecirte ji FlIITCUUMPLEItIOM = IN CONNECTION kOldlklaBpedaltJI rJ s PMrr lil l HO II KfALIBT u D irt d 25 bushels i 100 bushels FLOWERS FOR Weddings and Parti Should be ordered early Let me fill your wants from my COMPLETE STOOK Aug R BaumerJ to FLORIST ot MASONIC TEMPLE 4th and Chestnut BOTH PHONES Special attention to out of town orders I THE COAL MENJ Coal that is clean and free from slate Not only gives more heat and less trouble to maintain a fire but does not wear out your stoves and furnaces Dougherty aLannine BEST QUALITY P1TTSBURO COAL Home Phone 1783r Offici and Yard 7th and Magnolia CBTHOMPSON1 1RTIO1 ISTRosebuds a Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers andWholaale DMdK Q ereJn finest Brands of K aIducky Vhiak espcla11yiJ Pearl of Nelsonp n BOTTLED IN BOND lam tM1 1i HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Next comes the State conventions Ours should be one of the best since the order was instituted in Kentucky Thomas Keenan Tr and Charles Finejrnn added much strength to the Virginia delegation They nlso did good service for IentuckyIt Right Rev Bishop York State Chaplain was rcpresentPI j cd at the national Father Dwyer of iliary Two national years ago SyrncuseI but since administering their own affairs the women have it well filled 0No net of the National Board will give greater satisfaction than the reappointment of Patrick J Haltigan as editor of the National Hibernian Division 1 meets Tuesday night reportthereCJuestell1toWednesday night the hall of the throngedtoCounty Presidents who bring glad tidings from Indianapolis There will be something doimj nearly every night next week as there are four meetings Members wil relate a number of interesting experiences at Indianapolis Throughout the order there Is sincere regret over the death of Owen Keiran who for many years was one of the most faithful and capable members of the County Board The youngest State and county of fleers at the convention of the Ladies Auxiliary were from lien tucky It goes without saying that they were also the best looking Kentuckys handsome banners In the national parade were the giventremendoussands who lined the route of brTheand vicinity will hold a monster field day at Bois Blanc next Thursday the birthday of Daniel OConnell the Irish Liberator Hereafter theywill make this an annual event Division 3 will have n rousing meeting next Thursday night This division sent a strong delegation to Indianapolis with State President George Butler and their reports will cover every incident of the entire week Next Friday Division will teelecturer Owen Keiran Quite an amount of business will be transacted that is of interest to the members and President Ford therefore requests full attendance aM Illbernianism linn been making steady progress in London Eng lie Gently the first annual meeting was held when announcement was made that the order had the approval and support of the Parliamentary party and the leading men in Ireland Mixilinrybeen phenomenal While the member ship increased 7000 the assets now reach the astonishing total of 205000 There is none who will Incapableof DutlerJolmattired in dress suits and wearing beavers nIIearonce ofthebearthebeIngstaff were such well known men as John Hessian Judge Shine D J JrThomasMichael McDermott John Morris and theStateOFFICERS ELECTED toesAnother- Opera I I liIpermanent organization rind the prediction is made that it will soon take high place in the local musicalt preseatederedItab tingwereIfolloinoCficersPresident William T 1eehanbCrottySecretnryWIll TreasurerDavid Maloney Prof Leo Schmidt to whom much credit is due for the fine work achieved will continue as musical dl stngomnnngersistant Ab asdirectorss Missfthcostumese Monday night work having begun o n bySousawhlchInNOTemberri I EXCELLENT VAUDEVILLE I keethe The new offerings for next week I ful up to the seasons highest aver age There is an excellent vaudeville q I petya kits band In the free concerts neall forthemeets besides the theater I YOUNG MENS UNION I l1a1Unioni nual convention hi Philadelphia pn 1IJQSTbecolivent l1dloc1 teen in ch rge ofthe Y rill BiMtcial leCD1mltteehutrnctltrebyaattoMJl papa tt ale dNgaka f leiQhrtr lA iJ FFONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL FREE CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOPKINS VAUDEVILLE- Other popular and new featuresI ADMISSION FREE PPHOfNIX Hill PARKI Open For the Sea on NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics SocialsOu1in This beautiful park has been greatly Improved this season and is furnished with new equipments throughout Parties or Societies should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts r IGENUINE BOTTLED youfindbeing deceived For picnics out ings and home use order from CocaCola Bottling Works 100810 W Main St Both Phones all concerned in the cause of the young man The first national chum theIet organized during the past year ns a anch of the National Union wit the convention to a fittia close KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Members to the number of 2500 at nded the Ohio reunion held at Cedar Point Beach near Sandusky Pere Marquette Council appropria nted 350 to furnish the library in the new residence of Archbishop- essmer at Milwaukee Committees from the two Mil waukee councils went to Chicago to escort Archbishop Messmer home on his return from his trip abroad Boston Chapter will celebrate Em barkation tiny withnn outing a Rovers Beach on August 10 at tvhr h it is expected 10000 will be present Monday night St Louis Counc conferred the third degree on u class conduetcbyi nEmmetThe nrsIownpreliminnrstepscouncil aJargocoming fall Plans have been filed for the new ttheo Iiitobutldinilli sf I applicationbDtehopy presentstheor ganizations ROUTINE AJ FAIKS I Occupied Greater Part of Trinity Councils Last Session excellebuslnesa nt nl1 hnportnncotransacted routine President James B Kell tolceepj j 1 upbuildiugf InrrBundschumembers were reported on the sick list Six applications were 1 and two members were signifiedi thobnnquetGrandConncllI atIhoenlxoflhursdny clubhouseh rrlnltybosof their new quarters not later tiSeptember 1 nWILL MAKE THEn IIERB The winter uniforms for the local police department will be made AIlIJppSafetyhaving I mer uniforms This firms suits a of the best quality and moire am the award to a home firm and labor gives widespread satisfaction ICOLLROS SCHOOL OF MUSIC Attention is called to the card in another column of this issue of ProfRol1tos r piano and violin ag weUasacomi conductofbanllsnnd wllodeslri1lnatlitrougJcommunicate with Prof Kollros at once R GLOBH8 EXPAND i In titling ion g w globes it 1 e i common error ffi4a tfcrew th iA tigtotljr Roost Aonld be elkawed ftor I te i cpeaa4ab4 4iifjhs llaas lea it Luamlee t7te- 1at i J Mu01a 1 IRELANDI J Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The victuallers in Cork have increased the price of Irish beef and mutton one cent per pound I forionlyfastThere are six extra police in lallymote County Sligo Castle aldwin has also nn addition to Its force Spraying of the potato crop has been the order of the day Scarce a farmer is to be found who does not now spray his potatoes The Archbishop of Tunm has ap pointed Rev W J Mcllugh of luauas parish priest of Cumner in suc cession of the late Mark Eagleton Telephones have been installed In Maryboro Queens county and the communiIcation founddrownedbe that of Thomas Clarke a Dublin conch wheeler aged sixtythree years subscriptionsVcrbar is having an intermediate and technical school crctccd on n site given by the Earl of Lucan passedver theiolentmnnyplnces MichaelTtvoheylake some miles from Nenagh be came entangled in the weeds and was plucikly rescued in an unconscious condition by a lad named John Slattery John Kcough exIlcad Constable of the Irish Constabulary died at his residence in Dundollc at the age of retirementhej own familymuch tytwodieddeath ageIles resident of the town and had been thoJIOu8eJIOdiedimustinterestingc JohnInnUeLouth contest the ownership Both own lands adjoining the mound and I the i ISItPatrick Gilmurry who was for many years n resident of Carriclnna cross and enjoyed the friendship andl respect of all who knew him has J Illstagehyoung family GreenittheDrogheduiarrow and dashed down a lane overturning the cartand w menhothema parties arrived and res The most enjoyable feature of the DnlJlebOrOUghlwasii- o procession through tho town whichbororule for Ireland and the land for the He formed the center of JIEAKD REPORTS I Of IndlanapolisConven tion at Meeting Mon day Evening Thomas Dignan and Michael Mc Dermott entertained the members of JDivision 4 A O II Monday evening with n detailed account of the pro cccdings of the national convention antiyibusiness meetings of the conventionjh but also participated in all the social j thehonorj iners in the big street parade ruel especiallyweU thedi Secretnry1 thelargestyearrWilliamdiship and the name of James OBrien PatrleksPatrick amiPatrickI ontheFlynnoi reportrioi i PresidentIIcnnessyand after God Save IrelAnd was meetinGndjourned HOMEty I Many people in Frankfort hail a warm welcome last week fey Edward contractordhisltrotJlertills citybut yearsa resJdentDanielLyneI theinCourierJournal twillhetheSmokyPICTURES AT HOPKEfS Hopkins Theater continues to be plcthree ello seleapJiiJay and night this week erIuetinthatathetooereblaI jblsp1ettJtlshi mere each day asitau1palBealn Ary way nj4r t asap in Louisville FRANK FEHR ZNOORPORATED BREWING CO 7li Brewers and Bottlers t LOUISVILLE KYJkCumb Phone West 191 1913IWIEDEMANN r y BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK iHofbrau and PilsenerBeerBR- EWED BY SENN ACKERMAN old i BREWING COMPANY O INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE KY ASK oirs d FALLS CITY BEER i ON SALE EVERYWHERE h HOME PHONE 7569 COMB HONE WEST 69 1 JOHN H PRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY Cate INCORPOR- ATEDBUTGHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY 4 r 4 CFIOICEJ Gut 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 Jeffersonville j hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates veryreas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersonvllle Ind OFFICE nouns SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Done For the Least Money I Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible nnditlo+ just as ice advertise Alt work guaranteed DR HJCOUCHMANJ Dentjst OFFICE 542 FIFTH 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RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sellat old pricey GEHER SON 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 r Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 91 W15 SEVENTH ST XKN XXX NH NNINNN NNINN 1 JO NININ N N NIHN NILIN1 NNN JONZ 1 itIAS W HENDRICKS WM 0 HARDING L I If HENDRICKS HARDING fJ t DETECTIVE AGENCY ff- X i Corporation Railroad and Bank Work a Specialty ijl Office Home Phone 2279 Residence Home Phone 8476 tj All consultations strictly confidential and we furnish bond If required v Reference Any reputable firm or corporation In the city j- I ROOM 4OG COURIER JOURNAL OFFICE BLBG g Y HH XHK XKK XH rH I SSAVVVSAVVWN nnVVVV T11 WOLTRINRPresc F1 Earn Sower Pipe Go S kCIu PipIaaaeaPipeI for Steam Ceataita Streetlavlq5lklrngn Grate tiatielkr Tile Greari rtrdaChIayyTpe Lawn VasMYltrIId SW w lkIkt OFFICE S08312 W JEFFERSON faPIIOBaWORKStabatd tmncAUfoolta Ave BitPtI awl loik- MUUMUMB 3833 I VICTORS In Olympian Games Will Get AVnnn Welcome From New Yorkers British Snobbery has Caused Much 111 FcelliiffAnioiiR the Nations Even Children Were Victims of Spleen of the Angry Cockneys COMMISSIONER SULLIVANS SAY New York and New Yorkers are preparing a glorious welcome for the American athletes who showed their prowess in the field and traclc games at the recent Olympian con test in London Efforts are being made to bring them all home to gether but it Is probable that some have completed arrangements for a trip to France and Norway while others have arranged to contest with crack athletes in Ireland When ever they arrive whether in groups individually or all together New York sportsmen will bid them a hun dred thousand welcomes home Pres ident Roosevelt who is honorary President of the American Athletic Association under whose I auspices the strong men went abroad has partInsented to turn the keys of the city over to the returning victors If the plan for the whole body to return to gether is consummate there will bo a mammoth street parade followedI by eveningOf in New York will have a large share in welcoming home the visitors since Sher lIaJcsI0 members of tne now celebrated Irish NewIlove these athletes for the enemies they have made in England They submitted to humiliation and injustice at the hands of the British supportersI overwhelminglyrhio orIs combined while the Englishmen or as they are now terming theinselvcs UnitedmngdompointsOne thcDritlshersrepresentstiresof the final in the 200 meter race an American girl thirteen years old was seated with her mother in of the stands overlooking th stadium When Carpenter came in AnEnglishmanchildshoutedsave screams onThcnIn andtrophlenbrilliantceremonies asIfthevictors Even the London newspapers realize that instead of cementing EnglandandI theOlympian thoAmericangames makes this emphatic state mentThe Olympian games have not im oflmericaathletlegoverning bodies will be apart In the future It AthleticAssoclatfongames It should not have been nec essary for America to have to be protesting and protesting and put in a position where letters were neces UlOughtheAthleticAssociation everythingother countries confidencej thosethej programmewascon eluding one event the officials took another menfromonelracegonethroughand the final of one race before raceThencould have started As a matter of fact it was entirely too big a propo sition for the men handling it and forhelpI DELMONT CLUB wail Give Annual Outing at Superb Country- Place The Belmont Club will have its an nual outing at the country home of Gustave N Lortz on the River road tbmorrow afternoon This popular organization has sent out hundreds of invitations requesting its friends to go out and enjoy a breath of the finest of fresh river air and the breeze under the trees All are asked to come empty handed and to appetiteA to take Prospect cars to the Gun Club stir tion The cars leave Third and Jef ferson five minutes after each hour and half hour On alighting from the car a walk of three blocks will take one to the grounds All sorts of games will be provided for srnen handsomeprizes providedanyone on thet grounds to be either hungry or thlr fjv a QERTICIi TO BUILT John P rtH the well Bi tciiirl rinilir Wfrtlii weeka i 7 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 I andII I MuUoyVlccRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- RecordingI Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Time Dolan I Treasurer Charles J Finncgan I DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Fridav Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresIdentDan McKcnna Treasurer Oweu Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T yacht Financial Secretary J T Keaney SergeantatArmsJames Sayers Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryL J Mockey Financial Secretary J O Ilesslon Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Tliomas Noo- nSergeantntAnnsPatrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Uertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice Financial SecretoryWilliam J Jonnelly Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermo- ttSergeantatArmsrJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JBFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall PresldentHjohn Kenney ColeIRecording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Clias Robards Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsDernard Coyle Y ii I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentRobert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana han el Second Vice President Samuel Robertson l Recording SecretaryAustin E Walsh j Corresponding SecretaryThomas Bachman Financial SecretaryFrank G AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy out a permit and will nt once begin t the erection of a building on Story neigheI buildingIof the Oertel brewery that was dcI strayed by fire and its construction i l largelorcet ment Upon all sides are heard words of praise or the enterprise- of the Oertel Brewery Company FORTY nouns I Beginning with the high mass to morrow morning the Forty Hours devotion will open at Holy Cross church Thirtyssecond anti Broadway and continue until Tuesday Every arrangement has been perfected for an nttendance that will throng the handsome little church II Icmms OUT EARLY Martin J Nilcst of 2429 West Chestnut street has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomln atlon for member of the Board of Aldermen For years he has been prominent in business circles anti in terested in the citys advancement Besides being one of the most popular Democrats fn the West End Mr Vilest has an extensive acquaint ance and following all over the city RECENT IEATIIS thelatei highly respected passed suddenly TucsdaJImorningj Miss Nora Huiniltoh 1520 West Wai nut street leavinga wide circle of herldeathI I i Wednesday morning from the Sacred blalahlofficintingI I obsequlcsj Smithbelovedoccurred Sunday tight at her home herlmanyarys always ready to as anddistresswldelJmournedplacewithrequiemWednesdayI attcndedII I an agedand Enddied I 111nessKnights of America and the Catholic survivedbyhnvethequaintances The funeral services StCecilias ray celebrated tilts mass of requiem After tH Chr1stlanfortltmleaged fortyeighty passed to eternal rest Monday afternoon at her res Deceasedwas theNoenginecomjmnyandisurhed Buzan Mrs Irene Woodrln and iliss FossehailtheChurchparishThei mor4isreelebrantof ute solemn mass oT re ltern and paying a feeling tribute tol tho worth of the deceased I 1r 4Yf PORTIUNCULA Many Indulgences Can Be Had By Complying With Conditions History of the Great Privelcge Granted Disciples of St Francis Faithful Make Many Visits For Benefit of Poor Souls LOUISVILLE CHURCHES ENJOY IT This afternoon and until sunset tomorrow the faithful all over the world will take advantage of the Portiuncula indulgence This in mnnJtimesscribed churches and complies with the required conditions First of all the person seeking the indulgence must receive the sacraments of penance and Holy Eucharist These sacraments may be received in any church but the visits must be made to one of the churches designated to IndulgenceAll enjoy this privilege and other churches obtain it by special indult from time to time In Louisville this indulgence may be gained nt St Bonifaces St Josephs St Anthonys and St byFranciscanMaryMagdalencent de Pauls by special privilege Those who have received holy com munion this morning can begin to gain tho indulgence during the mid dle of this afternoon and can gain it repeatedly as often as they wish until sundown tomorrow evening The indulgence is applicable to the souls in purgatory Portiuncula literally translated means little door and is a nickname for the Church of St Mary of tho Angels at Assisi Italy The name came from the small door in the church It was one of three churches at or near Assist repaired by St Francis founder of the Franciscan order Here according to tradition Our Saviour appeared to St Francis gotoplenary indulgence to all sincere penitents who should devoutly visit that church Two years later Pope Honorius ill at the request of St Francis granted the indulgence which be came commonly known in Italy as the pardon of Assist confining it to August 2 and to the church of the Portiunculn Gregory XV in 1C22 extended it to all churches of the i Observant Franciscans between first vespers and sunset August 2 In 1078 Innocent XL in favor of the same churches allowed the indulgence to be applied to the relief of the souls I gainingthese in purgatory Vrhliegesthe faithful passing in and out from the middle of the afternoon of Aug ust 1 until the sun sets on the follow ling day is the first year that St Vin de Pauls church has enjoyed the privilege of the Portiuncula COSTLY CILUHCIl Will Be Dedicated Tomor row With Big Military Parade Tomorrow at Shelbyville Ind the handsome new St Josephs Catholic church which will stand as an en during monument to the energy and zealof llev Father Adclrich Kaelin and his devoted congregation willi be dedicated with imposing cere paradeThe rangements has made every prepara tion for the entertainment of the large crowd which it is expected the dedication will bring to the city on special trains from Louisville Indianapolis Madison Cinncinatl Ham ilton and Dayton Dinner will be served in the spacious basement of the new church which has been con dininghall StJohnI participatewill be one of the features of the day Clergymen from all parts of Indiana will assist at the dedicatory services and also all the Catholic societies of Shelbyville EVERYBODY SATISFIED The Milwaukee base ball team will onlttine Colonels grounds this afternoon and tomorrow the Kansas City lllues will begin their closing series of four games Capt Jimmy Burke will en deavor to take the series from his old teammates and judging from the article of ball shown by the lo cats lately should find no trouble in doing so The Louisville team has a splendid chance for the pennant and populartopicthe fever bad the old time fans the latterday fans and all are attending the games showing their apprecia tion of the teams efforts Anyway whether we land the pen j nant or not everyone from President Thomas Barker down to the kid with the knothole view will be satis fled that we certainly gave them all ot a run for their money CHARITY EUCHRE The Southern Club will give a char ity euchre at the Athletic Club build jag Fifth and St Catherine streets on the afternoon and evening pi Tuesday August 25 Thee afternoon game will be called atu2fSO oclock pclQCkTbewVfiYe ovate ++NNN+ NNN++NN+N+ esN+++NN+N+ ivY REFRIGERATORS JwJ Get ready for summer while you can get Refrig- eratorsj 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 j advantage of it i OUR LEADER 4 Handsome well finished Oak Refrigerator galvanized J lining double lid to save the ice easily cleaned 75 pound capacity 550 ij THE COLUMBIA IJ I Oak finish white enamel lined mineral wool filler remov able ice chamber a sanitary ice saver Prices 1250 to 2500 according to size iTHEOPALITE i IRefrigeratorsI I JAMES GREENE 4252729 E Market Street l JBEST TERMS LOWEST PRICES +N+NN+NN0INN++N+NN++ 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 SWAGAR SHERLEY Candidate for ReElection t- oCONGRESSFIFTH DISTRICT Subject to action of Democratic Party UNION ICE CREAM CO I iunufcoottixrorr of Pure 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