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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u T TC oj 1r w 4I f KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN l I IVOLU1I1E XXINO 11 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1908 PRICE FIVE CEMh IHEALTHFUL Condition Shown 1 by Keports- ot State Officers of C IK ot A Two Days Busy Sessions AVere Required to Complete tile Work New Oltieers Chosen to Care For Organization III Kentucky PASS RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS The State convention of the Catholic Knights of America held In this city Tuesday and Wednesday was un doubtedly the most Important event of the week to Catholics The election of officers took place Wednes day afternoon and while soveral of the contests were spirited the rival- candidates were at all times friendly All the sessions were held in the new and handsome homo of the Knights of Columbus The following are the new State officers Spiritual Director Rev Father P M J Rock Louisville President Joseph Deiterman Cov ington reelected Vice PresidentErnest Hossbach WaverlySecretaryWilliam T Meehan Louisville TreasurerSylvester Rapier New Haven reelected Supreme DelegatesThomas Glee son Covington Harry A Ve encmnn Louisville Alternates Judge M T Shine and Henry Hoemer The State convention opened under most favorable auspices The weather was ideal ami it seemed that God had blessed the gathering in furnishing bright sunshine and cool temperature Tuesday morning all assembled at the headquarter Hosiers Hotel and procqededlo SII Marys church where till Re Father H H WeRtermann celebratedl high mass The sermon war preached by the Rev Father Pl Ml J Hock who has been a inembor of tbo order for thirtyone years and who for the greater part of that time has bent Chaplain of Hrnnch 4 Faith hope and tliaritySf111 Father Rock were the cardinal prin Vljlilll tWt1 1C W 4W UA Zll Illlll nnnl PrinciPals would aid fill adorn the deliberations of the Knights In pro viding for the widow and Hie orphan he said the Knights were showing the true Catholic spirit Men of different nationalities 1I111of different walks In life were gathered 111 one common cause anti the Iliurch will shower Its blesisngs on them Father Rock toldthe Khiglifn that they ought to be proud of their organization and to glory in its name for ns members of the order they will be judged by the world Father Rocks sermon was an In spiring one to the Knights and the visiting delegates wished they could get duplicates of Father Rock for their respective branches After the religious ceremonies the delegates proceeded to the Knights of Columbus Hall Fourth avenue near York where the business ses sions were held William M HigRins Chairman of till Entertainment Com mittee delivered n brief address of welcome to the visitors and the re sponge was made by State President Joseph Deiterman Roll call showed that Branches 5 15 29 III and 709 were not represented President Deitermnn appointed the following committees Credentials Score Shine Hosquet llnntcrman and Relchcrt The committee was not slow in making its report and all the delegates who ap peared were seated Law anti Revision Michael Reich ert D C Swinburne Judge M T Shine John Schnlda John J Score Judge John Barr and Patrick Holly Finance M J llanheyIV TI Mcchnn Daniel Swinburne Charles R Snyder James Dwyer E lloss bach and H Drinker Appeals and GrievancesH A Aeencmnn floury Hosquet L lluntcrmnn Frnnk X Wolpert W H Boone and Fred Krcut7kamp Mileage and Per Diem John J Score Joseph Sibler J J Mueller W A Sullivan and E J hEnley1 ellItelchertI Dnwson Charles Smith ami C K SnyderA was taken to give the committees time to formulate their r ports null at 2 oclock the business session was resumed State Presi dent Deiterman State Secretary Albert F Martin and State Treasurer Sylvester Rapier read their respective reports showing that the order was sound financially as well as numerically The reports were re ferred to appropriate committees It was late in the afternoon wnen the reports were concluded and the delegates decided to adjourn thus postponing the election of officers to Wednesday Wednesday morning the convention resumed its session with State President Deiterman in the chair 0 and all tho officers and delegates Irtiswered the roll call Supreme Delegate Thomas Gleeson and Major Gen Michael Relchert submitted their reports Both contained much Interesting information nndallof their recommendations were con curred in The Grievance Committee repoTted that no matter had been referred 10 it for consideration but that tXr greatest harmony existed In11 l tbe State John T Score submitted the report of the mlk a e and jwr IetDJ o mmlttee hlela wuap proved Great applauM was created an when it was announced that the delegates had contributed their second days services The Auditing Committee an nounced that it had examined the books of Secretary Albert F Martin and Treasurer Rapier and found H A VEENEMAN Represents the Kentucky Catholic Knights In Supreme Council them well kept and the finances of the State treasury in excellent condi tion Judge John Barr of Lebanon reported In behalf of the Law Committee which recommended several changes the most important of which was to change the term of State officers to three years The recommendation to dispense with the attendance of Supreme Representa tives at State conventions was dis cussed at some length and on the final vote was amended so that the Supreme Representatives will be re quired to report In writing Under the new law tho officers elected this year will servo four years Another law adopted made organizers In eligible to the office of Supreme delegate This was done tp prevent any possible chance of a person per petuating himself in office It was also recommended that Supreme officers bo eligible for not more than two terms Before adjourning the delegates passed resolutions thanking Fathers Westermann and Rock for Their serv ices Thanks were also extended to the Falls City Brewing Company and to E W Dustin manager of Hopkins Theater for courtesies received and to tho retiring officers for their efforts in upholding the course of the order to William M Higgins Chairman of the Entertainment Com mlttec anti to the Centrall Committee aiid TOaStniasterMcGlriii i iitwmrae clded to hold the next convention at Henderson Till delegates in their work were greatly beiieflttcd by tin experi SupremelresidentStore who have been prominent in State and Supreme conventionsI for years 1 QUITE ENGLl L British Educator Wants Restrictions on the Workers QUITE IENGLISH Tlie annual meeting of the British Association was held in Dublin Ire land last week and the most notable feature of the assembly was the culogium on the middle class of Great Britain pronounced by Prof Ridgeway The professor is not only ah alarmist hut an advocate of race suicide In reporting the convention of Ithe BritishI Association the cor respondent of the New York World last Saturday alluded to Prof Ridge way as follows llIe says tthat a statesman like a wise stock breeder ought to foster the Increase of till best elements which go to make up time people and discourage the multiplication of the worst Yet In our community he said statesmen of both parties have adopted the very opposite policy The children of the working classes lire educated at great cost to the State the offspring of wastrels mire given free meals amid already thereI art demands being made that theyI Miull be clothed at the expense of Ithe rate payers and that their parents shall even be paid for providing them with lodgings The heavy burden of Itaxation which Is entailed by this polity falls with special weight upon the middle classes and renders it more difficult each year for young men and young women of that class to marry before the age of thirty for they naturally shrink from the expense of attemptII lug Ito bring up utah provide for large or even moderate sized fain ilies We need not then wonder rtt time falling off of the birth rate among the middle classes Our legislators are bad stock masters for theyarc selecting to continue the race of tillI mqst unfit physically and morally while they continue more nnd more to discourage the increase of that class which has been proved to be the outcome of a long process of naturalt selection The present policy which Is belnj pursued trials to reduce that portion of time community which il1nlJ ages hits been the mainstay of evtStnte the world over the middle clusa SUCCESSFUL SEASON The Catholic Summer School nt Cliff Haven NX has closed mmust successful season Ea the Catliolle Summer nfgra creases in pop ilarlty ami gereral Biihopi graeecl time with their pi aeence net Tatfctr John Tmlbot 8 nith continue at time head of the CJJ If Haven enterprise UNPROTECTED People Are Caring For Their Homes Instead of the Police One Scandal Follows Close Upon Anothers heels at City Hall The New Cots For Col Hangers Babies Have Not Yet Arrived POST AND POPULARITY CONTEST Last week the Kentucky Irish American commented on the in activity of the police when people were complaining of thefts burglaries robberies etc The police failed to get busy but good Demo crats in the neighborhood of Seventh and Broadway on Wednesday morn ing did more to stop the carnival of thievery in Louisville than all of Chief Hangers force It is true the burglar was a negro hilt it is like wise true that Col hangers boy police lire still given to sleep at nights It is rumored now but the rumor has not been verified that Col Hanger Is negotiating for cots at the various station houses so that the boy pollee may sleep at night Is it true that a policeman took a bicycle belonging to the department sold it to a secondhand dealer anti appropriated the money to his own use Did the detectives find it anti report It to Col Ranger Did Col Hanger ever refer the matter to the Hoard of Public Safety The rumors may not be true but where there Is so much smoke there must he n little lilt of fire to agitate it James 11 Brown Cashier of the First iNntionnl Bank and formerly Tax Receiver for the city of Louis ville was elected President of the Sinking Fund Commission this week Mr Urown Is a Democrat and the Republican members of the Hoard of Sinking Fund Commissioners tit dined to vote for him He won any how Time Itepublleuu administration has designs on the S11I1 1nlullcI nail intended to oust time present Secretary clerks and inspectors The reform administration wants to oust sIx llecnjje ijusjpectors beeaxisa they aret Democrats hud replace hom with eight men who arc Republicans This will mean an additional expense to the city of 1000 per annum Mr Brown will do all in his power to set tthat no such change IIs made and will go conduct his office that the affairs of tIme Sinking Fund will be managed honorably and equitably iiysterious Beth W Knott editor of the Louisville Post who has a reputa ttion for not standing hitched who hits been false to Republicans and false to Democrats finds fault with thet Kentucky Irish American be cause Its editor attended a meeting of an organization Jevoted tot the extension of personal liberty The same Mysterious ned W Kmmtt told his readers n few mouths ago that Robert Emmet hind been imprisoned for immoral conduct in Ireland that his brother Thomas Addis Emmet hud been hanged and beheaded for similar offenses If new you wont see It in the Evening Post If untrue you will probably find it in the columns of that paper unit the Post said anything about the granite or till asphalt scandals Did it mayit worth against dipt Pope Speed who was summarily dismissed from thet police force for grafting lid it say a word about the saloon brawl at Twentyfifth and Market streets where several Republican office hold ers figured neither wisely nor well The Post Is the organ of the reform ers too Dont forget that It hats been announced and with all time earmarks of authenticity that Col Hanger would send fifty of his experienced police to the State Fair while it was III prepress This will necessitate the appointment of fifty special police to guard The other beats The State Fair is not inside the city limits What business have Louisville police at the State PaIr Is jtt true that horses andrehiits owned by the city are being used in midnight marauding Nothing of the kind happened when Charles Fl Oralnger was Mayor Hy the way do you notice the names of any reputable IrishAmeri cans In the Evening Posts popularity contest Did It occur to you that Robert J Foster whose prison record thet Kentucky Irish American has published several times bends tIle list VALIANT CATHOLICS Fought Well For Church and For Ills Friends and Council Clarence H Zook ono of the oldest and most energetic members of Mnckin Council V M L died Wednesday morning lie hind been III more than one year and his lentIl was not unexpected hut wife and one daughter survive him Mackln Council lucid a special meeting Wet sday evening to take np propntte action on his death A eommnIttZe was appointed to draft suitable n Illtlonson Mr Ztiokii death elghmtinemnbers of time council were appolnteiMof act tat pallbearers and the council Vat in a body to the family rtd nce fll Floyd Street tbyjMy tbabr Jut inspect to hU re t mains and to prnjK for the repose ol Ills soul- Clarence Hr 7001 was intclligent us well as intellectjiiii He was not only a devout buwn militant Catholic naIl for years urged the Catholics to get together fojjlmutual protection and social purpqsgs He was the author of the sellerne for joint meet ings of the Y MfiT In Louisville and was theI first Pmtldent of the hunt Committee Mrlfijpok hind his likes nllil his dillIJlR Ie fought ahvnys openly and oppqpwll underhand work everywhe hun lilt ditih without leaving nn lnCnin fthc world The funclt11 t bk plnce fromum Ithe Cathediui of mi ssnmnpt ion yester day morning PIFftSFDi Present PopeleMels a Farewell IJcncdietioiito American lil111S Ij ills Holiness liaises the Tact ui- CariliimliGibboiiK andIc Prelates f Unshaken LoyAlty ofOur People to holy Jee Touches IOfltI ir HIS GOLDEN JUBILEE YEAR i When several 5 hundred American Catholic pllgrlmi who laid gone to the Eternal City to pay their re spects to our I oly Father IiiwX were leaving R ime the Pope was asked l lan American newspaper correspondent i ffhme had anythingi tot say In time way othI farewell message InI reply he Is reported to have said 1i send them Juy benediction and best wishes from the depths of my heart I lane Ijad two delightful weeks with yoURAmerleans IndeedI it hits been oll for the 1hemisauit est periods of my pontificate to meet again your belovtd1 Cardinal Gibbons whom 1I hUll not ecn since we parted after the conclave in 1003 although II heard often fitmi him ami to sec once more the IIiRitinguishedI Arch bishop of New Vfprk who hums theI more fiunilhir Imec as he came 1 to see lilt when li1 Las Patriarch III enire unit iiunjkt iputuI iiiu Slelul- tlllwlslllCl I I I JL Hiaje beenI lockedI upi In thovVatluifJ8liej3de lnkexI tremclyt gratified1 lit receiving at thet same timet quite n number of Ameri can ecclesiasticsI and laymen andI be lug able to realize their strong re ligious feeling thick unshakable loyalty to the Holy Set anti their generosity Pope Pius recalled a number of details regarding time late sojourn of tthe American prelates and pilgrims III Rome He lidded It was most gratifying to note what devotion time Jtlsluips clergy and people have shown III the per formance of their duty and In obey ing the successor of St Peter Then he expatiated on American tactI of which Cardinal Gibbons re cently gave several examples Ouri Holy Father alluded to the satisfac ttion he felt In having the American Cardinal cOllie direct Ito Rome to see him before going elsewhere In Europe Another incident which struckI ttill Pope III this respect was that among time many letters mes sages and addresses received for his jubilee the letter front Cardinal Gibbonsi i i touched his heart moreI thant others He alone tthought of writing that it seemed as though it was a good omen that tthe fiftieth anniversary of the PapalI priesthood should coincide with the fiftieth an niversary of the apparition of Mary the IImmaculate at Lourdes so that the two events were now celebrated ill the same time Pope Plus was evidently touched at the thought of the American Car dinal and went on repeating It was very 1 kind I appreciated It very much This Is not only the fiftieth year of Pope Plus service In thet priest hood but it Is the fifth year of his administration as Pope If the Ameri can pilgrims niude a profound im pression on Ills HolliicHX the Ameri cans certainly feel that he has made a great impression Oil them MAC JON COUNCIL Conducted Strictly Rou tine Business at Regular Meeting Macklii COUl1cWg meeting Tuesday night disposed of routine matters only President Robert T Burke was III the chair nnd on account of tIme celebration of time fifteenth an nlverwiry Thursday night made time session as short as possible Six ap plications were received and four new members were elected The Visiting Committee reported I that David J Hummel who hud been ill showed no improvement Virgil J Holm J L Boland August Helmnnn B J Recktenwald William J Gallagher and John Schaefer were reported improving Short talks were made by Louts J Klcffer George J Lautz George Rautenbusch and Samuel It Robertson BISHOPS RUBY JUBILEE Tomorrow time Right Rev John J Hognti time venerable Bishop of Kaneaa City will celebratel the for tieth anniversary of his consecration On Spt ei13 1888 he wag con eerated as the first Bkhop of tSt Joseph and was iranaierred to KanflM City September 10 IttO J RIGHT ROYAL Va Kntcrtainincnt AHordc Delegates to C 1C otA I Convention I Splendid Banquet Brought loud Cheer AttC1lIllldollcol1 Eloquent and Thoughiul AVer Addresses Made hy the Speakers now THE LADIES WERE TREATED Time banquet ut Sennlugs Park Tuesday night in honor of the State officers null delegates to the C K of A convention was the chief of nrrnuiged1mmofficers delegates their wives and invited guests assembled nt time head quarters JJoslers Hotel anti in dulged in socialI chats until the ears arrived to oenvcy them to the park The two militaryt companies of time order were in full uniform and made quite tin Imposing display but owing to time late hour the proposed drill at the park was abandoned The Rev Fathers B H Westermnnn P M JJ Rock Tliomus W White and Michaelt Iehodycre aiming Ithose who made the trip to the park anti enjoyed tIllI banquet At least fifty ladles added to the pleasure of the levelling by their presence Th Iide to the park was refreshing and delightful besides It served to whet thet appetites of time busy tide gates who had no chance to dine since noon The dining room at Sennlngs Park was tastefully festooned with the American colors and the tables neatly arranged for Itill occasion Prof Kollros orchestra discoursed popular music while the guests entered the dining room ami while the banquet Will in progress When all were seated Toastmaster Joseph V Medina called upon Father Westermann to Invoke a blessing After that there was a busy hull hour with fried ehlckeu roasting cars and other substantial that RO ItowardI makingI li mealI for healthyI t I i and happy Keutuekians When the cignrs had been Ilightedt TonstmasterI I McGinn In his usualI hllpPlncalledI upon tIllI ItevI FatherI PI MI 1 HockI toI respond Ito tluvtI jnBtOurt Orderi Father HockI made Illclcii quentt address1 maid nilI were sorry when hit concluded lIP said among other thingsI that the Catholic Knights in providing for Ithe wrtlows and orphans were carrying outI the spirit of time church lie toldof his thirtyone years membership In it and assured nil that be and tIlt other old members would live as mug as possible just tot keep the other tel lows outt of tIllI I i Insurance oil alone knows tIme good we have done for the widows and orphans maui for tthe men we have snatched from secret organizations who liave be come ttrue CatholicsI 1 In conclusion he advised the young ladles not to marry a young man who did not Iarliooo policy in the C K of A State President Joseph Deltermnn responded to the toast Catholic Knights of America lie said thatt he Indorsed tIme sentiments expressed by Father Nock and also praised IllS sermon of the morning HeI urged nil to keep up their membership in the order and to strive to get new members The insurance he said was cheap and good Major Sen Michael ReleneTt made nn able response to The Uniform Hunk He said more tilts eouhl be caught with honey than with Vine gar null advised the members to bei amiable toward those who criticized the order He praised the work of Sergeants Mechlin McCarthy Yea man miami Ih rJluncl announced till promotion of Cnpt Otis Kane to the rank of Inspector General with jur isdiction throughout tthe l1n It Ill States He also announced theI promotion of CaL Joseph 1 McGinn to be Chief Knglueer of tthe UniformI Hank with time title of Brigadier General Oscar Meyer WIIH given his commission as CaptainI of theI i mil itary adjunct to Branch C and Anthony Montedonico Jr wits jjro moted from Lieutenant tto Cnpjaini The promoted officers were nil given theirI commissions Miss Louise Fackler the first lady to join the order responded to the toast Knighthood in Kentucky Her address was one of till hits ol the evening Among other things she saul the Catholic Knights em bodied theI true fraternal spirit nail were carrying out the teachings ol the church lit helping each other SIn quoted statistics to show that time order lied paid out 10000000 to aid 80000 wIllows and orphans Harry A Vceneman told what tutu Central Committee haul done in stimulating Interest in the order and toward securing better attendanceI at the meetings Supreme Delegate Thomas Gleeson gave a brief recital of his experience In n recent trip to Ireland but tIme time allotted him was all to short to satisfy the guests He kept all laughing while he told of the tribulations in attempting to lkiss the lUlarneystone it waft too much for him limit lie and severalI others lucId his daughter while she IdRKpil H then hue kissed his daughter At times his remarks were touched with pathos and the Irish members of the Knights could have 11 nightYHlIam to Time Press miami told what an aid It alto Church and State It was of We utmost importance lie said Jo maintain journals Jot a high order and to give untndb1d something to reed that would Instill higher a- nbJjjefa Hen Otis Ktiue made an Impromptu gullnntKnightsKentucky Judge MI T Shine of I jtovington former Supreme iresi dent was time last speaker Owing to time lute hour he made Ins address WILLIAM T MEGHAN- lew State Secretary Catholic Knights of America very brief limit praised highly time address made by Miss LouisJ immilnighmthiemiI t lit cityFromarrivalI till delegates and their ladies were shown every attention Tuesday morning the ladies were driven over the residence streets in carriages and at noon when the convention tookt n recess tthc ladles and gentle men visited tIll Falls City Brewery at Thirtieth and llroadway They were met by President Michael HlekeyI I Treasurer IIleuryI lvers Jo1 seph Plrrmnnn Charles MInottC and1 the brewmaster The visitors wer shown all tthrough tthe building from the hop room to the cold storage plant One of the surprises wna a delicious buffet luncheon Ithat IVdI been prepared by President HlekeyI KnI routeI home ttill visitorst IInspectedI WhltesldesI I new bakery at Four teenth and llroadway and were shown through that well equipped es t IIhllllh 111 Ill t Later Ithey were guests of K W Dustiii maunder of Hopkins Theater On Wednesday tin lady visitors were tihown through Loulsvllles big department stores and In C the after noon paid a visit to Sacred IHeartI Academy Crescent Hill The LouisvilleI IndiesI who didI so much towardt the social success of till State convention were Mesdames Wjjllam yt vHlgglns uWillinm uT Meehnn hurry A Yeeiiemuu JoTili J Score Joseph Slider Oils Kant Misses Louise Fackler Lorctto Desse and Lena Schnlda CAHEJHl IS CLOSED Rev Father Buckman Served TwentyFive Years at theAltar fIll Rev Father William M I tuck miinI I i pastor of St atim erlim as church atI New IHaven 1IlItd at his rec tory in that city at 330 oclock Thursday morning Father Hick man was one of till first three irremovable rectors appointed in this diocese Time other two were the Very Rev Father Lawrence Rax and the limit Father Lawler Father Hiickmun had been III several montlS maid his lentil was by no means un expected Father Huekinan was born in Meade county fiftynine years ago HeI was educated at St Josephs Col lege HardstoWn and at Preston Park Theological Seminary Louis ville He celebrated the tWIlIt tlfth anniversaryI of his ordinationI last June hit wns ordained by the Right Rev itlsliop McCloskey in Louisville in 1S83 Other priests who were or dained with him mire Fathers John OConnor I J higgins J TI Mc Sherrey anti J A Hognrty Last week our venerable Itlsliop made a journey to New Haven to console Father Hiickmnn in his last Illness The funeral services will be hold at 51 Catherines church New Haven this morning The Rev Father John T Abell of St Johns Kyrilh celebrate tho mass of re quiem and Rev Father Joseph A Hogarty n former classmate of time deceased will preach time sermon The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey and many of the priests from nil parts of the diocese have gone to assist at the obsequies The inter ment will be In the cemetery at New Haven JOHN D COLLINS 1EII John D Collins Out of the oldest and most respected citizens of HenryI county hell at his home near New- Castle on Friday afternoon of last week The deceased was eighty years old nod wns a native of County Tlppeniry Ireland lie had lived III Henry county sluice 1854 and for many years was heath of tho County Hoard of EducationI His death wns very sudden nnd was duo to heart failure The funeral took place Sim day afternoon and the Interment WIIK In the family lot nt New Castle Mr Collins was a devout Catholic1 He Is survived by the following children John J nnd Dennis Collins and Misses Ellen and Kate Collins NEW PASTOR ARRIVES Time Rev Father William PepertI 0 F M who liaa helm named to succeed the Rev Father Luucimms Matt as pastor of St Anthonys church Jefferwinvlllev conduicteiltsmrvleek titers last Sunday father WJlllaiB borne from wieeoMla andwuhighly esteemed by lila former par ihione 0 i COMING State Convention of Ancient Order ot Hibernians Is Next Delegates From tIme Various Divisions Are Due Tomorrow Ladies Auxiliary AV11I Hold Con vention and Assist in Functions SOCIAL FEATURES IN PROSPECT The Ancient Order of Hibernians will hold their State convention In LouisvilleI next week and from ex pressions heard on every hand each member of the four LotiKsville divis ions hits constituted himself a com mitteeI of one to see that the visitors are properly entertained While time members of tIme order In Jefferson vllle and New Albany will not have a part in the business sessions of the convention thuiyuIll unite with their Iclltcrtlllnlllgtheland and Paris The Ladles Aux iliary too will huh their State con vention here and ttime local members have united with the Hibernians In providing entertainment anti hos pitality for the visitors Committees from the respective organizations will meet the trains at the railroad stations tomorrow morn jug and afternoon The Hibernian delegates will have their head quarters at the Halt House while the ladies will be quartered nt time Catholic Woman Club All the IorgllnlzntillnH anti Catholic Womans Club Not the least Important features of the con vention will be the banquet at the Gait House Monday night and the dance at the University School Fifth and Kentucky streets on the samo evening It seems assured that all the State officers will be present nUll that each division III tIme State will be rep resented by its full quota of dele opeui11mg morning State President George 1 Butler will preside James II Dcmp sey of Paris State Vice President JamcHMWJluiit of IJarIf Stati Set retary mill John 11 Hiirdine of Ashland State Treasurer will occupy their respective chairs The Louisville delegates will be Eulloylimoimiits1 FinneganDivisionJ Kcnna Joseph TI Lynch T T Kcnney and Dr Sullivan Division n Judge Patrick T Sulli van Martin Sheehaii L J Mneltcy J1 II Hcsslon anti Daniel 1 I I DoughertyDivision I Ileumnssylhionmns PI Hurke and Harry Brady County Hoard John A Murphy P J1 Welsh William 1 Connelly Kd ward Keirau and 1D J Coleman County President John A Murphy who will preside as toastmaster will also responded to the toast Cead Mllle Fallthe State President George J1 Hutler will respond to Good of the Order Ladles Auxiliary will be responded to by Miss Mary Corcoran StaleI President Time Rev 1 Father C FI Christmas OI Chaplain ot Division J will talk about Catholiu IrishAmericans and Judge M T Shine of Covington n former State President will respond to lilbcr II I all hllll The committee In charge wants It distinctly understood that tickets to the dance are not transferrable anti anne but members of time order will be admitted The Kentucky Irish American has been asked to make Ithis announcement so that em barrassments may be avoided The Hibernian delegates and the Ladies Auxiliary will bo given a trolleyI ride over the city tomorrow afternoon The ears will cave time Gait House at 230 oclock sharp Not only the visiting lathes hilt every member of tIme Ladies Auxiliary is invited to make the trip On Sunday night mull the ladles mindas many Hibernians as care to go will enjoy n soiree at time homo of Miss Mary Corcoran 1017 Portland avenue Cur ingtou will be represented by twenty twot ladles Paris will send twelve Xewpprt ten und Ashland six Tues day night time ladles will attend the moving picture show nt Hopkins Theater P AMliHICAX TUOPJIV Rev V J Sullivan of New York now in Rome presented to CardinalI del Val thin other day a solid gold cup trophytotonalt athletic competition tjj 1bo held In the Vatican grounds in Sep tember in honor of tile Pope f jubilee Iti wmms given by time CaW whuiqitFtitI RAPJll lnOGRESS MaAso qtheJnobll llpetlonlaid only a few months ago time brickwork is about completedrfiiMlv the greater Jpart of tIme roof isi ready V to bo slated flue Rev Father lI Joseph1ScrmersbeimMt r of St tllprotrririftheJVOrkI giveabUbeglDninlCOctoOer r- i U ia r n- a yl I KENTUCKY IRISH AMFiRI0A1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Ad vancemcmentol Irish Americans and Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY 50 Entered at the LouUvllle Poitolflce it SecondClass netter Addr oallConiiBHQle tloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren St y LOUISVILLE KYV SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1908 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN For Vice President JOHN W KERN r tPOSTAXi CLtiHGY non Ben V lingo Common wealths Attorney for Davicss and McLean counties one of the best known attorneys txt the Kentucky bar and one of the staunchest Democrats in the State does not mince words He calls a spade a spade every time Last week he opposed the motion for n change of venue for the Owensboro bank wreckers r Rev W D Nowlin an Owensboro preacher was one of those who be lieved the bank wreckers could not v get a fair trial in Davicss county In alluding to Rev Nowlins affidavit h Commonwealths Attorney Rlngo said 11Ihave a sublime and deep seats contempt for the man who traduce the clergy but I do declare to tin court that in nil history there has never been found a blinder leadership than the clergywhen they have dipped into civil matters They have always been unreliable in all history from cutting off heads to saving bank wreckers from the penitentiary Whenever they have put oft the put pit garments and put on the deal of statecraft they have tumbled ivuiI inevitable ruin They too often con vulse the world with anarchy whir they merely think they see blood nil ruin and danger I trust that this court will not be misled by the ec centricities of misguided Chris tianity To these strictures the editor of the Louisville EveJlng Post Instt Tuesday takes exceptions and nn I flounces that Dr Klnsey Smith of this city started tIle movement against unpunished homicide Dr Lloyd stopped prize fights in Louis vile that Dr Bcattie a late Presby terian minister started the Sunday closing movement that Drs Powell Lyons and Jones urged on the work w Of honest elections Then the editor of the Post rings In Cardinal Gibbons Archbishops Quigley and Ireland to show that the Catholic church is lkeeping pace with the progress of the times It is a far cry front Dr Smith to Cardinal Gibbon from Dr Lyons to Archbishop Quigley from Dr Lloyd to Archbishop Ireland To descend from the sublime to the ridiculous Is not unusual but it is the way pf the editor of the Post to turn things topsyturvy and to make or attempt to make his manniklns ascend from tho ridiculous to the sublime Cardinal Gibbons is an ardent ad s t IIocate of temperance but no one ever heard him voice prohibition sentiments Archbishop Quigley may f have helped to reform Buffalo but he did not attempt it by dragging his vestments in the mire of politics and Archbishop Ireland was a chaplain in the United States army before any one knew the editor of the Post was a unit in the human family r SINN FEINS FAILURE William E Curtis one of the fair est American journalists who has ever gone to Ireland to study and report conditions and whose articles In various American papers have Interested f IrishAmericans during tho past year writes thus of the Sinn Fein movement I Sinn Foln means for ourselves and these two Celtic words describe the policy of the organization It demands that Ireland stand alorte and work out her salvation by her t own efforts absolutely boycotting time 7iritish Government Jmt first it wall understood that the Sinn Fetnerrf Would abstain from politics like the QeHe League but the refusal of the politicians to jolnor assist them provoked animosities and in retails Lion the Sinn Pelners nominated canditlatee for several offices who Thisitinder the ban by the Irish leriiaVry leaders andl soon beaeme an depi a att 1KHdcal party itliAe Catholic Church chiefly beoame he relent young leadert c1 llnet consult the prlestsliind obtain the indorsement of the hierarchy night have approved the prog vjj lth come wrtolan The a standing was allowed to grow until now the movement is under the bah i of the Church as well as that of the United Irish League and the Irish Parliamentary party The opposition of these three powers can not be overcome or resisted From this one can see the necessity of upholding the present Irish Par liamentary partyand of Indorsing John E Redmond and his colleagues in their work WILL IT HE HUGHES The Republicans of New York will hold their State convention at Saratoga next week and at present the great bone of contention seem to be will Gov Hughes be nominate to succeed himself It is alleged tin President Roosevelt and the nations administration favor the rcnomlna tion of Hughes not because they like him but because they fear the effec his rejection would hava on the national election this fall To turn down Hughes they figure would be a repudiation of the policies that he stood for during his term as Got ernor On the other hand there are many hidebound Republicans who are bitterly opposed to Gov Highes policies and who declare they wilt vote and work for the Democrat national and State tickets in tin event of his nomination- As it stands now Gov Hughes has 3SO Instructed votes while 505 arc necessary to elect There are 301 delegates who arc classified as or tIle fence and ready to fall on what ever side seems to be most ndvan tagcotiR And there are 107 delegates who declare that theyare ready to die fighting the incumbent Governor If the readytodie fighters and the onthefence delegates unite on a candidate he will receive 532 votes or twentyseven more than enough to nominate All eyes are now turned toward New York and no matter whether Hughes wins or fis defeated the scrap at Saratoga is bound to prove beneficial to the Democrats in that State and till countryat large So far there seems to be no Demo cratic choice for Governor of New York but the leaders of the party in the Empire State will unite on the best man after the Republicans have made their choice- RELIGION NOT THE ISSUE One hears much these days of Secretary Tafts religion and many Protestants threaten to bolt tit ticket because he is a Unitarian SUIT others threaten to I bolt because they say the Secretary in dealing with the Philippine Island question leaned toward the Catholic Church Mr Taft did nothing of time kind He simply did ids duty from an Amena can point of view but did not give the Friars and the Church what they asked for the spoliation of their possessions However It Is not a question of re ligion in the present Campaign 1he American people have separated Church and State and each has pros pered as a result of the separation There are two great political parties in the United States nod so nearly equally arc they divided that the best men of either side must be nom mated for standard bearers when national campaigns arc to be fought The present campaign should not be one of abuse and vituperation Both Mr Bryan and Mr Taft are high class American citizens and not one word can be said against either per sonally Yet we know that Mr Taft was nominated by the money powers of the country He stands for centralization of power for a perperuation of trusts and trust methods for one man government in the House of Representatives tot government by injunction and for a high protective tariff All these things the Democratic party from the time of Jefferson has bitterly opposed The Democrats led by Bryan and Kern are working for immediate tariff rctorm for government for the people and by the people instead of by injunction and for an improvement of the bank Ing methods and for personal liberty in the broadest sense The Republican ticket despite de nial has the wealth anti support of the big corporations but the Demo rats have the good will of the people and as Americans we believe that there are enough unpurchasable people In the United States to elect the 3Damocratlc national ticket in Toveruer HI waitioth1ng said at my funeral feywy of i wsnnonV AM that I ask to tit tJat people mty VT J 1 Y WMJ y y for me Their prayers will do me infinitely more good than the exag gerated praise of friends Such was the language used by the Rev Father John Sr Cullen pastor of St Pat ricks church Watertown Mass Inn letter to Archbishop OConnell on his death bed His wishes were com plied with and the Archbishop com mended Ills Catholic spirit The Catholic Knights of America held their State convention in Louls vine this week Although the number lofI delegates was not extremely I large it contained more brains and intelligence Chart is allotted to many conventions The Kentucky Irish American desires to extend its con gratulations to the delegates on their good work and earnest en deavors Many of our brethren in Ireland are planning a home coming season for 1910 Irish men women children mid grandchildren from nil parts of the United States Canada South America mid In fact from nil quarters of the globe will be Invited to the home coming The Catholic parochial schools colleges and academics of this city and diocese opened under very favorable auspices this week With out exception every Catholic educa tional institution showed an increase Not so much can be said for Louis vines public schools All hall to the delegates to the convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians It is to be hoped that the State convention will follow along the lines laid down by the national contention at Indianapolis In JulyTATIIEIt MIIUilll Brilliant Young Dominican Home After Three Years The Rev Father Ambrose J Mc Hugh O P who was ordained about three years ago and who celebrated his first mass at St Louis Bertrands church in this city was in Louisvilh this week visiting his parents Mr amid Mrs Patrickl McIIiigh ot Elev enth and Maple streets Since leaving Louisville Father Mc Hugh took a postgraduate course nt Washington Paris Austria Swilerlaud and Rome Kn route home he spent sonic tiiiu In Ireland While Tatter Mc IIiigh is exceedingly modest nuout Ills attainments toad travels the Dominican order and the people of Limerick are justly proud of his nt tnlumeiitfi GOES TO SCRANTON Time Very Rev Father Felix Ward C P has been transferred from Baltimore to Scranton Father Ward is well and favorably known here as head of time Passlonlsts NEW CATHOLIC CHUItCII A new Catholic church is in process of erection nt Pleasure Ridge Park within two blocks of the interurban car lines The foundation has been laid and the brickwork is underway Time new church will take the place of old St Andrews of Jefferson county and the pastor will be the Rev Father Cyril Van de Pitte This will give Louisville and Jefferson county thirtysix Catholic churches THREE VACANCIES EXIST Although the dates have not been named three concurs will be IfGFd in this diocese at an early date to fill vacancies of irremovable teeters Very Rev Father Box has resigned as pastor of St Johns church this city Rev Father Nicholas Ryan of St Thomas parish Nelson county has resigned after thirtys years service He is now resting at St Josephs Infirmary Rev Father Buckraan died this week EUCIIAIUSTIO CONGRESS The EucharlHtle Congress of nations was held In London this week and brought together many of time most distinguished dignitaries of the church among them Cardinal Gib bons of Baltimore A great crowd assembled at Chinning Cross rtntlon Tuesday night to welcome Cardinal Vannutelll the Papal Legate Repre sentatives of nil Catholic legations arid embassies were on hand to wel come the Popes representative EVANSVILLE VISITORS Messrs Robert Fisher and Henry Sachs prominent members of Evans yule Council Knights of Columbus pent several days in Louisville this weeks as guests of their brothersln law Ed eager and Henry tapping Mr Usher is Secretary to theMajor of BTansTille and both are well known id business and political cir cles En route home they Mill apend several days at reach Lick Spring ifiS I SOCIETY I John Schmelzcr has gone to Asli land for a weeks rest I Raymond Herrmann has returned after a months visit to Petoskcy I Ilss Henrietta Callahan of Shelby vine Is visiting relatives in Portland I IrsI Thomas Moran has returned from a pleasant visit to Elizabeth town Miss Grace Burns has gone to In dianapolis to spend a fortnight with friends 1tMiss Omega Zix of Clifton has Imd as her guest MJss Virgie Murray of Newport Mr and Mrs P If Callahan hay e returned from a vlwp weeks trip to Michigan Henry Bosquet arid Henry Mcyci went to Cannelton pian business trip Thursday r Mr and Mrs Fred Struck went to Indianapolis this week to attend tin State Fair Mrs Margaret tfof St Louis is visitingI lien sister Mrs Con OLcary 1514 Seventh street Miss Katherine Tliickstun of Jet fersonvlllc is visiting her sister Mrs Maria Snooks at Eminence Miss Dora neuwll who has bee spending the summer in California will return home next week Misses Mary S dines nil Maynn Cunningham have returned from vis- Iting friends at Elk Creek Ky Miss Lucille OBrien has returnee home after spending several month with friends at Greenville Ala Mrs Mary Cosgrove of East Broad way has as her guest Miss Margare Cavanough of Chilllcothe Ohio R B Mahoney of Standford has returned home after spending sea eral days in Louisville this week James II Nolan is expected to return to Clifton next week after in fortnights vacation in Frankfort Mrs J P Kearns of South Louis vllle tans returned home after n fortnights visit to Dnnts Station Miss Eleanor McCarthy has re turned to her homejn Newport after a delightful visit to Miss Beth Hlg gins Miss Nell Ridge who has been vas iting her sister Mrs Annie Flaherty In Pittsburg will arrive home next week Mrs H T Bell of Sharpsburg has returned home visit to Mr and Mrs CharlesCallahnim in Portland familyCrescent of weeks nt Terre mute and West ashen Springs j John llalliiuiu JrVwlio came home from New York to attend his father in his last Illness has returned to the metropolis MarggrelDesmond a few weeks with friends at Midway and Frankfort V Mrs R S Rapier and daughter Dorothy May have returned to thick pleasantisltAmiss Elizabeth Fitzpatrick who has been the guest of Miss Emma Nugent will return to her home in Dallas Texas on Monday Mrs Tohn T Malone amid cuildrcn who have been spending the summer at their cottage Bay View Mich are expected home next week Doss Mary Klein anti Bernard W Kleehammer were united In marriage ntSt Josephs church ten mites north of New Albany Tuesday morning Misses Virginia Murphy Flora Recktemvnld and Virginia Watson all of Portland left Monday to re slime their studies nt Loretto Acad omy Mrs Albert ChnrIton of Southern Heights who hns been visiting Mr mad Mrs William Koerner of Birds Eye I nil is expected home next week Mrs Winifred Hennessy and laughter Miss Margaret Hennessy returned home Wednesday after u weeks visit to CovIngton where they were the guests of Mrs Laura Twyman Mr nnd Mrs Danll E OSulllvan and son BIjur OSulHvan and Miss Edna Bijur have returned from Pewee Valley to spend the winter in Louisville Judge Joseph T ONeal and family have returned to Pewee Valley after a delightful trip to Versailles SheK byville and other points in the Bluegrass region Charles S Raidy and Jack Shelley prominent members of Mnckin Council went to Columbus Ohio Wednesday to root for the Colonels They returned home Thursday Miss Mary E 3fcL ughlin sten ographer in the pfffie of the As sistant City Attorney has resumed her duties after i ding her vaca ion with relativ fAt Eric Mr and Mrs N Hdlzer of madison Ind and Miss Maiid MpHugh of Marietta Ohio have returned home after a visit to their aunt Mrs W J Burke of Seventeenth street Mils Alma Schulz and Manuel Ep person will be united in marriage at St Pauls church at 230 oclock next Monday afternoon The bridetobe Is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs Georfe Schulfc t Mrs Elijah Bolto Is at WhiUSul buur 8priag Va and eaJlotx pect to ratura to XouirtU until the r season closes Mrs Boson was Louisvilles delegate to the W I A which met in Boston llast month l11ownincircles is able to be out again after a long nnd serious illness and on Monday many of his Old acquaint ances greeted him on the streets It Is hoped that the present spell of good weather will restore him to complete health Pie pretty girl baby that arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Harry Fisher 1139 Sixth street last Friday was chrfstcncd at St Louis Bcrtrands church Sunday afternoon Grandpa Michael Fincgan and Uncle Pat Finegan are duly elated over the arrival of the little one The proud mother was formerly Miss Birdie Finegan Miss Clara Goebel and William Ei Schindler will be united in matri mony at St Pauls church next Tues day morning at 9 oclock After n wedding trip to time East Mr and Mrs Schindler1 will begin housekeeping at 1532 Williams street The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs George W Gocbel amid both young people arc well known In the East EndMiss Mary Murray of Covington has returned home after spending n week in Louisville While here she was the recipient of ninny social attentions and was a guest of honor at the garden party given by the Ladles Auxiliary A O H Miss Murray expects to return to Louisville to attend the State con vention of the Ladles Auxiliary next weekFriday of last week Mrs W P Bannon entertained with a garden party at her home In Castlewood in honor of her son John R Bauuon MaryCollegebe s a delightful hostess and was assisted in receiving by Mcsdames Thomas Leahy Joseph Kollros A J Bannon and Misses Rose Bannon and Knth youngfollsMarking Dora Frey Maud Trey CnmpbellCntherlne Mary McGuire Rose McGuire Edna lIollnudRosalieDorsey Kollros Dorsey Leahy Marie Bannon Henrietta Bannon Messrs William P Bannon Jr Joe Sowler Earl Grabfelder Joe Hayes Peter Rolland George Holland Raymond Heltz John Campbell Jr Ed Huber and John R B Bannon PROVED POPULAR Social Gathering of C K of A Branches Makes- a Hit Branch 23 C K of A had a splendid crowd at the joint session neighboring day night It was the inauguration of a new system of renewing iuttrest in affairs of the order and time idles seems to be a very hnpppy one President William T Median was in the chair and congratulated the members of his own branch and those of St Martins St Michaels und St Vincent de lams parishes in that there were a number of former Supremo nnd State officers in at tendance The meeting was held In St Johns school hall State President Joseph Deitermnn of Covington was the first speaker lIe was brief in his remarks nnd confined himself to n talk on the membership Former State President Henry Hoemer of Covington also made a brief talk Time next speaker was Judge M T Shine of Covington former Supreme President of the harpyinwith the order in nil Its ups and downs and lie felt that it was still full of vitality He said the object of the society the care of time widows and orphans was a good one and was bound to result in good Judge Shine declared tint the organixntion was for the general welfare of Catholics lie said the order had been tested in the crucible of adversity and was found to be good metal He also commended the policy of hold ing social meetings Capt Gus Kane spoke In behalf of the military branch of the oryinia Lion and recounted the circumstances attending the formation of the Uniform Hank which now stir passes many senior military organi rations He said he was prmi l of this department and offered the services of the Louisville conpuuios wherever and whenever they were desired to drill for any of the branches ExSupreme Trustee Jo seph P McGinn also made an address that was full of interest Other ad DelegnteUenlejColl and Capt John B Murphy of Jeffersonville Delegate Swinburne of Robert Emmet Branch Newport and Delegate Ernest Hossbach who represents a country branch whose members mad to travel six and seven miles to attend a meeting John Schalda Attorney Newton G Rogers and William M Illggins also made brief addresses The meeting closed with the feel- Ing that the social gathering of neighboring branches had been very successfully Inaugurated CHAPLAINS FOR CANAI ZONE The United States Isthmian Com mission maintains four Catholic chaplains One of them whose headquarters are in Panama Cityvisits the hospitals and camps along the 10ealcbaplalns and Colon Catholic workingmen are building a chapel at Culebra on ground furnished by the United States Isthmian Commission IN MEMORIAL Theodore J Schene Who Died Sep tember 121001 One year dear husband Q can Jfa be Twelve weary months Ive mourned for thee palfoIr jrTotfT dear jt Tor will you Ter iw sf rtIwiUremtk1 1 l 1JfEW September Specialsi in Furniture The Highest Grades Can Now Be Purchased at tthe Lowest Prices of the Year Fifth Floor Davenport Bpd solid oak golden or mahogany finish best steel spiral spring ned upholstered in best qual 50beddingSpecialCouch handsome Chase Leather Couch roll head and 75tary 1 Buffet solid quartered golden oak polished one large and two small drawers large double cabinet fancy 75beveled China Closet solid golden oak polished full bent glass ends adjustable shelves clawl feet 1025Special 4 Sideboard solid quartered golden oak polished has one large and two small drawers one lined large doubledoor cabinet fancy carved top and shelf 75shapedDining Chairs solid quartered golden oak highly pol ished handcaned full boxed seat panel back well 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until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Saturday SENNINGS PARKTa- ke THIRDSTREET CARS Open when all others are closed Here you will find firstclass ser vice and everything the best HOME PHONE 8772 John M Ridge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 1140 Overhill Street HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS DistillerS and Wholesale Deal era IBPiIMllt Brands of Ken tuck Whtektw JMiMcially Pearl oK Nelson BOTTLBD IN BOND T OSe1If 1 4 If J r t HIBERNIANS Whatt They Have Been Doing tbe Past WeekUeneral- News Notes No less than 524 delegates attend cd tho Massachusetts convention Minnesotas State convention will be held at Duluth September 22 The various divisions nt St John New Brunswick decorated the graves of their dead last Monday There arc fortytwo divisions of the Ladies Auxiliary in Connecticut with a total membership of 4940 At the field day games which fol lowed the big parade in New Maven more than 20000 people assembled In twelve years the membership pf the Ladles Auxiliary in Con necticut has increased from rOO to 5000 Pennsylvania now leads all the States in point of membership and is paying a per capita tat on 27321 members Ithodc Island has increased its membership roll 300 in two years There are now 2080 members on the rolls At the most recent meeting of the division at Virginia Minn the de grees were conferred on twentyfive new candidates Canadian Hibernians adopted resolutions favoring a better ronre sentatlon of the Irish race In the Cabinet at Ottawa Within the lost two years ten new divisions have been instituted in California The total membership in that State is 5254 At the recent Connecticut State convention the reports showed that there were 8183 members of the order in that State In the old Hay State the various divisions hold 350000 in real estate The order has thirtyseven military companies in Massachusetts Vermont has gained 242 members within the last two years and the total assets of the order in that State are given at 955249 The Now York State convention was held at Opdensbury Tuesday and Wednesday and the Ladles Auxiliary met there at the same time Connecticut now holds fourth place in point of membership Time leaders are Pennsylvania Massachusetts and New York in the order namedIncluding the military bodies and the Ladies Auxiliary there were more than 7000 in the procession at the Connecticut State convention held in New Haven A parade five miles long was one of the features of the Pennsylvania State convention It is considered one of the most successful civic par ades ever held in Philadelphia Ladles auxiliaries in Connecticut have given SOO as their share of the 10000 endowment of the Catholic University at Washington nnd in the past two years paid out 23231 for charitable purposes Mrs Eleanor McCann who was State President of the Connecticut Ladles Auxiliary for twelve years declined reelection and the men bers voted her a purse of 100 for her valuable services The members of the order in the provinces of Nova Scotia New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island held their convention last week and the Right Rev Uishop John Casey de livered the principal address Kansas Hibernians assembled in State convention pledged support to lIon John llcdmond and the Irish Parliamentary party Only a few days later the Iowa Hibernians adopted practically the same resolutions Massachusetts State convention was opened with a solemn high mass Archbishop OConnell occupied a throne in the sanctuary and the sermon was delivered by Kev Father Thomas McLauglilln State Chaplain Archbishop OConnell gave the dele gates his blessing and said a few words of encouragement FIFTEEN YEA11S Of Prosperity For Mackln Council Are Duly- Celebrated Mnckin Council held its celebration of the fifteenth anniversary of its foundingat the club house Thursday night President Robert T Burke watt master of ceremonies but all of the former Presidents of the council were present and took part in time ceremonies Past President James T Shelley and others gave a vivid de scription of time first meetingof Mackln Council in 1803 St Cecilias choir sang The Star Spangled Ban ner Miss Effie McDonald who possesses a splendid soprano voice swig Just To Ilemind You lIon Edward J McDermott delivered the principal address of the evening His subjetc was Some of ting Catholic Young Mans Duties Misses Josephine Portman and Anna belle Sale gave a violin duet with Miss Agnes A Richter as accom panist on the piano Miss Hattie E Hoffman sang the Maiden With the Dainty Duds Carl Zang pave an ex hibition of legerdemain Miss Leota Blerach concluded the entertainment with her solo When Im a Man DROUTH IS GREAT John Kenneyof Jeffersonvlle County President of the A 0 It in Clark county Ind who has been recuperating his health apd strength at Drcnnon Springs Ky expects to remain another fortnight He writes that there is a great drouth in that section of the State crops ore short bud pastures burned up Farmers are hauling water three miles to keep their stock from dying of thirst ST JOSEPHS STATUE MrtI Thomas Quinn of New York ha preeeBted St Josephs Hospital at Lexington with a very handsome bro statue df fbi patron Mint Dirs Quino before her IniairwMiss NMMto Murray a daughter of Thomas Murrlty a well known rut ideat clt the Bbl 1 I i r ari c CB THOMPSON F ORIST SpecialtyFloral 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones IOSO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Home Phone 1942 Cumb South 628 TflQUKEflNEY CUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra pricesSeeHousehold cleaning Preparations at cut prices SIXTH AND OAIC PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersoavllle led Gilds fl Rogers et BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a tall and inspect our llhe of goods They are the finest of thjlr kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles ow EVERY XJESCHIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street KNIGHTS I OP GOLUJIBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Denver Knights expect to enter their new 85000 home by January 1 At Logonsport Ind time Knights nFtyhomeNewport N II has a net council which will be known as Horrid Council At Pacific Mo Father Edward Berry Council gave a barbecue last Monday El Paso Council has begun the erection of n Monte It will have three stories and a basement The Tennessee Knights thaw voted to raise annually 1000 to pay expenses of nonCatholic missions Louisville Council will have on initiation in October old about sixty candidates lire in tho class to be put through Spokane Council has purchased a site for a home at a cost of 20000 and will spend from 30000 to 40000 on a new building Archbishop Mocller is in favor of proposition University at Washington The Catholic Daughters of the UniI versity of Iowa have presented Marquette Council Iowa City with n handsome bronze bust of Colum busUtica Council held a reception lust week for Nell Ollrien and seven other members of Dockstndurs min strels OBrien is a member of Bing hamton Council Pere Marquette Council wentMn a body to Marquette University Mil waukee and ull the Knights were given u glimpse of the stars through tho big telescope RECKXX DEATHS Mrs Bertha Zlrnheld one of the oldest and most esteemed members of St Martins congregation died nt her home 704 East Gray street Wednesday afternoon The deceased was sixtythree years of age She is survived by lice husband Joseph Zirnheld and the following children 11 Frank and Joseph Zirnheld and Misses Tillie Bertha Emma and Mary Zirnheld The funeral took place from St Martins church Fri day morning when solemn requiem muss was celebrated by Kev Father Ohio with Fathers Bohlsen and fiohmnnn as deacon and subdeacon John J Quill seventy e rs01l1 and a respected member of St Michaels parish died at the family residence 327 East Jefferson street early Saturday morning The deceased was born in Ireland but came to Louisville when quite n young man and spent the greater part of his life in this city lie is survived by his widow and the following chill drcn Officer Terry Quill John Quill departmentMrsMargaret Quill The funeral took place from St Michaels church Mon day morning when a large number of sorrowing friends followed the rep cemeterySix for Mr Quill They were Itoftcr James and Edward McGrath and Maurice Daniel and Edward Quill Persons who attended the funeral comment ed on this feature mod talked favorably of the affection Irish peo pIe show their kindred even though remotely removed CLOSED ITS SEASON The Western Catliolle ChaHtauqua qloJedlalltThe season mss the most uecMful la tha hUtory of the organisation u Empire proaere effective for mull fhta er iij 1i IRELAND Record of the Most Important of tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges P L McArdle was unanimously elected law adviser to the Dundalk Hoard of Guardians There are 588 Inmates in the County AVntcrford Asylum tin in crease of twentyone over last year The tenants on time Hawkshaw es tate near Ballytrnm have signed agreements for the purchase of their holdingsJohn Walsh from Ticrnour County Mayo fell Into the river and was drowned Time deceased was seventyfive years old Mrs Patrick Tnafe nn esteemed resident of Mlllockstown died an the result of injuries received in a collision between two vehicles John Devine a seven ycar old boy was spurred so badly by a game cock that blood poisoning resulted and he died nt his home near Dunleer Tenants on the Crossduff and CoiLttyLouththo purchase of their holdings Mrs Henry Morris one of te most popular young matrons in Dun dalk is dead as the result of grief over the death of her Infant child John Ilcilly a resident of Bailie boro County Loutli overturned n lamp during his sleep and set fire to his bed He was rescued with dif ficulty Mrs Kate Cahill the eightysix yearold woman who was knocked GlenbeigitCountyher Injuries Eric dimming son of Dr E T CountySligoelder brother who was shooting at birds with n rifle William McAiiliffe recently evicted from his holding in County Kerry was visited by n masked band of men who repaired his cottage and reinstated him in his home llullJcnstlcHoardrelief to Nancy Mullen aged 103 years but the members took tlaprivate subscription for her Time Kev Father T P McGuire parish priest at Inniskecn and one of time oldest in the diocese of Clogher is dean He lad been in poor health for many months Patrick McArde fell into u well lllenWesting to the house for assistance Mc Arde was rescued with difficulty Patrick Green und Catherine Lambe were married in Ardce and en route home the vehicle was over turned It became necessary to take several stltchs in the grooms head Time late Dr William OKccfe of Clonmcl Tipperary left an estate valued at 42000 The will was admitted to probate on motion of his son Fitzgerald OKecfe and Attorney D 7 Higgins Miss Mary Anne Mulligan fifteen years old was burned to death ut her grandmothers residence at Dun date The child was helping her grandmother with household duties when her clothing took fire Mrs July Kellly seventyfive years old while temporarily demented at tempted to jump from the window ot one ofthe highest houses in Dun dalk Ed Rogers and Charles Doherty succeeded in dragging her to safetyT OLeary of Limerick has been promoted to the office of Dis trict Superintendent of the Great Southern Railway City of Cork Ills many friends in Knocklong presented him with an illuminated address a dressing case n meerschaum pipe mind a sliver headed walking stick lilGBAZAK Will Serve to Introduce People to Trinitys New Home Trinity Council held Its second meeting in the new club house at Baxter and Morton avenues Monday KellyInin excellent condition and the Build tag Committee expects to hue the entire club house completed before the Supreme Council meets here Ten new applications were received It was decided to have n formal opening of the club house in Novem her when a big bazar will be held for the greater part of a week Combination books arc to be circulated and the young lady disposing of the greatest number of tickets will be awarded a 400 piano while the young lady who is second in the race will receive an extraordinarily hand some diamond ring Those who de getfunH Kelly President of Trinity Coun cit Baxter and Morton avenues readyforI lookingIbuilding IMPORTANT ASSEMBLIES Four important Catholic societies are to hold conventions of a national character this month The Y M I will hold Its Supreme convention In Louisville the national convention of the Irish Rational Foresters will meet in Brockton Mass time Womans Catholic Order of Foresters will meet in Detroit and tho Su preme Council of the Catholid Relief and Beneficiary Association of the United States will meet M Scranton POPULAR MAXAGEII thebson street has entirely remodeled his automatic sign making lilc place one of the JllcSo1thwellt1 airikJohn W Richter who Jiwinandfavorably known among the baseball ad bowling fraternity and the rae eeM Of the alleys IB certainly Osinredu FRANK fEUR BREWING CO II1TC10 YZPOI2ArICD Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE IYsCumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TH- EWIEDEMANN f INCORPORATED r 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 DRINKS Fiofbrau and Pilsener BeerMBREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 xOUIsvtLLE KY ASK FOR o FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7E69 COMB HONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY j JOHNFOERTELCO l INCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY N CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr d 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT flood 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 OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET SUBSCRIBE SNOW FOR THE KentuckyIrish American Sent anywhere in the United States for 1 per year Foreign countries 150 per year 44OHOICEdfr Cut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE both Pltenes223 Darse rnalacinrtLadles Shirt Wash and Child rags Drum a Specialty OrN j 1111 f All the new Spring and Summer Styles and Shapes can bo found here at reasonable prices y yr ts s t MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E VENT Proprietor Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNBS SMITH LADY BMBALMBR Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Office 218 West Chestnut Both Phones Give your boys an education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xucrfan Brothers Classical Scientific and nuslncsi Courxw Preparatory De VellEquippedGymnaium HEN RYAA J1 PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phone 1635 528 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS MRS r VALSt 1 SALOONiTiii 0- D Hot Loach ovary morringfroat Sktt Qtfj to 1230 oclok 4 OltA at t- F11 3 1 1r r 1- Jpr t z r I+ ENTUCKY IRISH AMliRICAIi y I a THE BIG STORE i First Showing of Fall Clothing t Mens High Grade Suitsiii 750 10 12 15 20 25 30 THE BIG STORE 424 West Market Between Stl Fourth and M MARBLESTONE C- OJi y IIMILTON Ji Kentucky State Fair SIX BIG DAYSSEPT 14 TO 19 4 Running Light Harness and Motor Cycle Races Daily Bloodhound Trail Collie Trailbest amusements ever Disfeatured play of Farm Products Pains Fireworks at Night Webers Band by Night i 18iFor Catalogue Apply to J W NEWMAN Secy 1 The C KoIlrOS 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great Telephone or drop a card to the = tt CITIZENS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY i M W BURD Managing Director s- s s September 1 1908 Cumb Main 1200 Home 1101 iNNN NNNNM 1 N NINwNi NY 111 X KK K NXNIIII M XKK MKM XK DISCUSSED BYLAWS Division 3 Will Offer Rec ommendations to Convention In the absence of President Still van and Vice President SheelwiI Patrick JT Welsh was elected to 111e slide over the meeting of Division 3- II on Thursday night of lust wee Secretary Lawrence J Mnckcy rca the call for the State convention an State President George J Butter ex plained the pleas that had been mall for entertaining the visitors Thomas Quinn Tohn llilcy Tolm Knrinan lames Ryan unit Thoma Kennedy were elected alternates 1to the State convention The State bj laws were read anti discussed an many valuable suggestions mind ret f ommendations were offered cut corning proposed amendments 1olm Kiley James and Thomas Steven were appointed to represent 1lwisio 3 as floor manager at the Hibernla dunce at the University Clnb unmlu night I PASSEL AWAY Well Known Contractor Gone to Eternal Reward Michael T Klnsclla a nntlIIfIreland but who had lived in Louis vine the past twentysix years die nt his home 2722 Slcvin street Thnrs tiny morning lIt 4 oclock He Inn been 111 eight months and while hili death was expected it came with shocking suddenness Mrs KimuOh was u carpenter contractor and was well known in Louisville The funeral took place from St Cecilia church this morning High children survive him They iiri Arthur J Kinsella manager for MII S Moses Lawrence and Lee Kinsella and Misses Annabelle Edict Cecilia Geneva and Margaret Kinsella Tin E deceased wens fiftynine years old NEW OFFICERS Chosen by Passlonlsts 01 the New Western Province1 The Western Province of the 1asslonintH ended its session on Monday The chapter began Ins week und the election of u Provinela took place on Friday but it was not until Monday that the business vat concluded The chapter was held al Sacred Heart Hetrcat on the New burg road this city The Very Rev Father Joseph AiiilicTm second Con suitor General of Rome presided The new Provincial for this district is the Very Rev Father Jerome Iteitermann C P rector of Holj Cross Retreat Mount Adams Cincin natl He succeeds the Very Rev C P Lang who has been Provincial since the Western Province was founded Father Jerome will make his headquarters at Normandy Mo not far from St Louis Ills jurisdic tion extends west of Pennsylvania Under his care will bo five monau teries St Louis LouisvilleI Cincin nati Chicago and Kaunas City forty priests thirtyfive students twenty lay brothers fifteen novices and the direction of the novitiate in this city Other members of the 1ttBxlontnts chosen as officers are Very Rev Alfred Cagnoy First Consultor Very Hev Michael Kllnzig Second Con suitor Jtev Daniel McGuire Sup rior of Sacred Heart Retreat Louisville TCev Casmir Taylor Superior of Holy Cross Retreat Cincinnati Jfev Lambert KendrIck Superior of mon astery at St Louis Itev Dennis Cnlliget Superior of 1I1 nastefYatSt Paul Kansas HI Klinzlg Superior at Chicago Master of Novices Sacred Heart Retreat Louisville Jley Wilfrid Avery Very Jlev Father Miller who has been Superior at Sacred Heart let Feat has been transferred to Chicago All of the visiting priests returned to their respective stations thin week MOVING PICTIJIIES Large audiences were delighted with thq excellent pictures shown attI the Ifopkina Theater every afternoon diartageflDurtlntII sere and those Menred forI wHIt aije certain toJ ptauM 1t1 4i SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First Bnd Third Tuesda- yPresidentJol n M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas Lawler Recording Secretary Thorns Keenan Jr- Recording1 Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer harles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frida Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresIdentDan McKenna TreaurerOwen Keirau Recording Secretary Joseph T lynch Financial Secretary J T Keanej SergenntatArmsJames Bayers Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursda Evenings Each Month Seventeen and Main Street- sIresldentPatrIck T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryL J Mackej Financial Secretary J G Uessiot Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantaiArma Patrick Beglej DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertram Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary William 1 Donnelly1 Recording Secretary Frank P Durkcrreusurerllarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JBFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays Each Month at Pfaus Hall PresidentJohn Kenney Vice PresidentJohn O Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Chas Itoburd Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle Y I1 MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice PresIdentFrank Lana banSecond Vice President Samuc Robertson Recording SecretaryAustin J3 Walsh SecretaryThomasDacbman Financial Secretary Frank 0 MainsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy Whitesides Bakery lUll AND BROADWAY Finest Bakery in file World Because of the great interest in our modern plant we have determined to continue our invitation to the public for one more week Three thousand persons inspected the most Im roved- bnkerf in the world Friday night OPEN KVZJRY DAY Special arrangements are matte for the night crowds from 7 to 10 p m as that is the best time to see the plant in full operationuFOR GOODNESS SAKE come and see how we make Mothers BreadH- ave you bad a look at the clock SUCCESSFUL KUC11HK The Ladles Hospital Club of Aew AIbany held n very successful euchre in St Josephs halt that city edneeday evening The proceeds weregen to St Edwards Hospital MACAULEYS o The offering at Maoauleys next wflk will be the Three Twine a murlcomedy of mush merltIleo- omtay numbers bity people and tea nil the girls will appear IaMun iliac du ftti gown Matinee Will be Ices Wedp and Sntnrday 1i STATE FAIR Everything Is In Rcadlnc= For Next Weeks Big Show The Kentucky State Fair will IIpell Monday and will be In progress untI Saturday The management hI made arrangements to afford I1II1Ue n= eat for everybody The farmers oj this and adjacent States will be iIn terested in the display of agrlcultui products anti in the cattle sheep IIU hog exhibits Besides there wIll l running races and light hams racingNext Friday night is put down tu Irish Atilericau night and the rlh Americans nil over Kentucky will b- on hand George J Butler Stnt President of the A O II will pre side and will see that the visitors gall that is coming to them Durii the week nearly a score of conve tions tale to be lucid at the State Fai GOING SOME Sarto Council Has Man Plans For Coming- Season The members of Sarto Council y M II otOwensboro went to Knott vine lust week and initiated u dusl of twelve The degree work WII well exemplified anti a number 01 good talks were made Surto Coin cil IH planning a number of entertaii mcnts for the fall and winter rill first of the series was lucid Tuesdn night and was in the nature of a 1l ception and dance Refreshment were served and all seemed to enjt the evening The Entertainment Committee hm been subdivided into numbers of tv mind three Each of the subcommi tees have been aligned to lJln11 dnneex euchres and literary cnte1 taimncnts Next Wednesday Fatlu George Connor will deliver a lectui under the auspices of Sarto Counyl The council members will also give D minstnl1 performance before Chris mils A monster bazar Is also belli planned CROWDED PARK Should Greet Capt Burk and His Team on Tuesday Tomorrows base hail game Jr tween the Colonels and Indlanapol will mark the closing lucre of till most exciting and enthusiastic rac for the pennant ever seen III Louli vines base ball history and also wHI be long remembered for the gallan fight mule by Captain Jimmy Burk mud his plucky crew in the face 01 many Insurmountable obstacles IIml difficulties The team still huts D fighting chance for the pennant bu whether theywin or not every anti on the teuni from tint noble leadei I 11 in my Burke down to little Johnn Hughes has won a warm spot in tin I peopleI gir mould make n special effort to at end the exhibition game on Tnes lay which will be a benefit for titpayers quid thereby show their ap reclation of the efforts made bj the boys to win fame and reputation or the name of Louisville The old town certainly lots had its fill of good mil this trust summer under the nanagcmcnt of President Thomas A barker and Manager Thomas Clitv ngton and heres hoping that those two capable officials are at the helm lignin next season with a great big louble decker stand at Eclipse Park I ISTPatricks PATRICKS parochial SCHOOL school Tuesday with 225 pupils quite nn increase owes last year Durini the summer the school wal- lIcnoated fr mtop to bottom quipped with steam heaters 111111 the most improved sanitary arrange lento iATHER WKIQHX TRANSFERRED 1rJlt Rev Father Benedict J rriglit formerly chaplain at St inowiis Academy Ifnteitl eouaty as been traiwfeiiml to a jiiiwrion in ration bounty uwUl aa uma hisi ew duties this month REED ROCKERV SPECIAL Ladies Reed Rocker suitable for sewing or nurseryuse Neatly and substantially made a most comfortable chair An excellent value at 200 Special price for the week at Greenes only 125VJames Greene 4252729 East Market St BEST TERMS LOWEST PRICES I p- iLu 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 SWAGAR SHERLEY Democratic Nominee For I CONGRESSFIF- TH I DISTRICT Jefferson County Ky r i UNION ICE CREAM CO Mintxfuttsreree or Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET- We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en ables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y BE SURE TO GALL FOR II McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE 1t1tH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I tiiiiiI JOHN J TULLY LIFESAVER THE OLD Manufacturer of all kinds of Handmade Rope Twine and Canvas Hammocks Seines Nets Elevator Transmission and Wire Rope Splicing Fishing Tackle and Camping Outfits for sale or rent Awnings Tents Tarpaulins Yacht and Fish ermens Supplies Waterproof Oil Clothing Butchers Aprons and Nets Life Pre servers Yacht Flags and Fenders Sanitary Laundry and Shopping Bags Rope Ladder Fire Escapes Telephone 3569 main 153 THIRD STREET Louisville Ky FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager Y3IAADQUA1s2TE12m9 ItOI2 Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords In Choice Cut of Beef Sprint Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lard in the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY NNN NONSNNNNNW + Smiths Crony j Bottled In Bond SMITH DISTILLING e COMPANY e II- INCORPe ATSSqM orders at above pricM given atM atlon aid safe sbipmwit f M MI k 0 Being the Distiller 1 Can Give You Pure Whiskey at Low Prices 4Year Old at 225 per galta f 6u U II 250u I II 1d 1 u- t 8U 300 t II II II 10II 401II I14U U II 5W lv f LSmTlIt mW MforJwtSCt h j feKy- 1f IIH1kJNtre stlretargsad 1107 tIt1Ic huNkd