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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I AMERICAN I VOLUME XXJIINO2 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 10 i909 PRICE FIVE CENTS JAc 1 Y EXCELLENCE Marks Selection of Candidates at Democratic Mass Convention AH Who Have Interest of City at Heart Favor Ticket Few Weak Spots and Platform- Is Broad Enough For All READY NOW FOR THE CAMPAIGN The Democrats met in convention at Masonic Theater on Friday of last week and nominated candidates for all the municipal and county offices that are to be filled In November Those competent to judge say that it is not only a good ticket but tho p best that has been offered by either party In the history of Louisville If there are weak spots they are only minor ones and it is only the hyper critical that are finding fault Of course it would be Impossible to please everybody but It is the con census of opinion that the ticket as a whole pleases the great majority pf the Democratic voters of the city and county W O Head the Democratic nom inee for Mayor of Louisville is a well known business man and has all the citys interests at heart He is a fitting leader for others on the municipal ticket to follow All of them have clean records As for tno judicial ticket where could one find more representative men than tho nominees for the two Chancellorships Shackelford Miller and Samuel B Kirby or for the Common Pleas benchWilliam H Field Thomas R Gordon and Walter P Lincoln All are intelligent and able lawyers With the exception of Attorney Field all have had experience on the bench Mr Field inherits his fathers talent as a lawyer and profound thinker The other nominees for county pfll = clals are excellent and show that the delegates did what they bqlleved best for the party Herman D Newcomb and Mark Ryan fir State Senators have the re spect of all who know them The nominees for Representatives for Aldermen Councilmen Magistrates and School Trustees were chosen for the best interests of the party It Is a splendid ticket and ought to win The convention was harmonious throughout Scott Bullitt the temporary Chairman In opening tho con vention made an address that brought all factions together Norton L Gold smith the permanent Chairman fol lowed It with another able address and the platform presented by tho Committee on Resolutions and adopt ed by the delegates is broad enough for all factions to stand upon All of the city and county nom inees will meet with the City and County Committee nt Democratic headquarters at 4 oclock next Mon tiny afternoon when plans for the coming campaign will be formulated The names of more than 100 able working Democrats have been sug gested for membership on the Cam fewweeksi full blast and one district will vie with another in aligning the rank and file of Democratic voters to earnest and effective work REWARD OF MERIT Member of Division 1 Has Very Good- Ide Although It was only a day afte the big picnic Division 1 mustered a nice crowd at Its meeting Tuesday night President Thomas Keensn SecretaryThomasutes in a novel and decidedly inter manner Thomas Dolan reported the proceedings of the later- County E Board meeting and his re port gave great satisfaction James Barry who has been commissioned by State President Butler to do special work in promoting th study of Irish history in the schools promised a rare literary treat fo I the next meeting It will bo an ope n meeting and all of the divisions willI be invited to attend Thomas Dolan made the hit of the evening in hie speech on the pro motion of tho study of Irish his tory Instead of giving medals fo r proficiency Mr Dolan advocated awarding a years tuition at a collegeForficient In Irish history in the Eighth1 grade of a parochial school the di vision was to send him to St Xaviera College for a year If girl was most proficient she was to be sent to one of the several academies in this cltTheldeaiiiet with popular favor A commit tee tit five will be appointed fo con eider ithe matter and will be an meetingPresidentseveral excellent suggestions along the lines laid down by Mr Dolan and for the general good ot the order It wa decided to invite Attorney J J Kav anagh whdwas to have been th orator of the day at Phoenix Rill Park to address Division 1 at- date a to be announced at the next meeting v j U FOURTH SPf A JJUB8T Rear roe TfaneVii C it wfco war reeatly otdatned rfc Kenrick Seminary St Lout by Archbinhop o Glcnnon is time fourth son of the family to enter the priesthood all being members of the Vincentian Order The eldest of the four tatJl r Thomas ONeil Fiubey Though still a young matt only thirtyfive years old is Superior of the Western Province of the Vin cei ffan order Itev Patrick Flnney isi now President of Holy Trhilt College in Dallas Texas and Rev Peter Finney the third priest is now professor of theology in St Thomas Seminary Denver All hallI from the archdiocese of Cincinnati COMING nOME Father Huber Won High Honors at Austrian University The Rev Dr Raphael Huber O M C is expected to arrive at his old home In this city early next week He sailed from Naples on June 30 and is expected to arrive at HobokenE N J on Monday next Father Hubers first visit home after yearspents In the Austrian Tyrol While there he won many honors and the high est title obtainable Father Huber will spend several weeks in Louisville with his parents Mr and Mrs George F Huber 1142 South Fifteenth street and will then go to Albany N Y where he will be stationed at the house of the Order of Minor Conventuals One week from tomorrow he will rend Jib first high mass In the United State- at St Peters church and will be assisted by the Rev Father Jerom- Preisser as deacon and several other priests as subdeacons and masters of ceremonies The Rev Father Leo Greiilich of St Anthony chucrh will preach the sermon Sol emn vespers will be sung in the after noon at 230 oclock In tho even ing at 545 oclock there will be a dinner at St Peters rectory for the assembled clergy in honor of the young priest On July 25 and 2C there will be a reception for the laity of St Peter Father Huber having been one of St Peters former boys Rev Father Huber O M C D D was ordained at Innsbruck on July 26 1906 and read his first mass at Grundlesse Stelrmark Austria on August 5and on that occasion he was the guest of the Rev Coun- Meran and was extensively enterltainfd He is a brother of Georg- F Huber Jr Mr and Mrs George A Eveslage Mr and Mrs Henry J Bossmeyer and Miss Agnes Huber During his stay in Louisville Father Huber will be at home to his friends relatives and former schoolmates from 2 until 5 oclock and 7 until 0 oclock every Wednesday and Thurs day afternoons and evenings MACMAHOFS MEMORY Frenchmen to Honor Sol dier and Statesman With Monument Marshal McMahon Duke of Magenta to whom a memorial is t be erected in Autun the district of his birth in which his family have lived for generations was the de sceudnnt of InlrtpV McMnhnn who having fought bravely in the sieg of Limerick went after the signing of the violated treaty into expo in France where he lived for time remainder of his life Isis son Tnln McMahon of Autun married an heiress and was created L dEmiilly In September 1749 the Count who was the grandfather of the Marshal applied to the Irish Govern ment of the day ncompiinying his application with the necessary fees for the officers of the Ulster King of Arms to Juno his genealogy with the records of his family duly authenticated collected and record ed with nil necessary certification in order that his children and their posterity in France might have all sufficient proof of the proud fact that they were Irish This was as trt countersignedbrand the various other necessary sig natories In these records he is de scribedna of the noble family paternally of McMahon of Clon mnternaliEBeare ANOTHER TUG OF WAR bea pulled nil over again Capt Thomas Shcelnnn n have entered n protest against awarding the silver cup to the Lim crick aggregation as a result of the contest nt Phoenix JIm Park Mop pccor t qver again This time it will take theLodlesthe date path the grounds are yet fo 1hb determined upon Capt Dolan wants his team to meet for practice on the Shippingport grounds at 11 Dotolm r the same teams In the tug of war that Is to come James Curran and Miss Ellen Purcell who won the etialongedl d their friends to reset them in an atthqI1dles BRIEFSs ofetaspirants for time Folic JudgBflilpi at Newport while poiipiy Asfteseor Michael Hogan wants the nomination ifoXCpurity Clerk bt Cairipbell county Npiwnprt to representp4 at thfe natlpnull rein on of jffilks at Loe ler tJ Lek W Jo RH ypb all4Jwlle MtwMM jUrgaret Maker an INellki Cavananth Henry Broerini land H B Kobnhorat r PATRIOTISM And Christianity Walked Hand LakeYChamplain Catholic Summer School Scene of Unwonted Activity All Week Hinging Word From Cardinal Gibbons the Opening Feature MILITARY AND NAVAL PAGEANTS The people of New York and Very mont spent this week in celebrating the three hundredth anniversary of Chnmpln3nbut mont people were the principal ones in the celebration all the United States and many Canadians were interested in the programme The initial celebration began last Sunday with a Pontifical high mass in the open air nt the Catholic Summer School Cliff Haven N Y Cardinal tinessermon All the churches of all de theellake held special services Tire scene was given a more warlike appearance by the encampment ItcgtmentUnited teenth United States Cavalry and the Second Regiment of New York National Guards All encamped on the Government reservation near Plattsburg N Y The United States torpedo boat Manley amid two rev enue cutters were nil on the lake to daybroughtWilliam H Taft Vice President James S Sherman and Gov Hughes of New York were present on one day during the celebration No feature of the week hail more serImon tICardinal Gibbons last Sunday morn I ling At the inception of his address etiro Cardinal recounted the marrellous development of the the early martyrs and then ex planned that they were there to commemorate the memory of the whOllthreel discoverer he said was filled with I oflthesionaries had been crossing the ocean for three centuries after the discovery of America nnd of their sufferings nnd achievements They carried the torch of faith in one hand and the torch of science in the otherThe Cardinal compared the hardships of the early missionaries with out compass or steamships to the andoasked how much more ought to be accomplished by missionaries of the superiorfacilities partreCherish deep and abiding love for institutionsi thensocialLeffect the public welfare As you are nil protested in1 your life nott strongst nnd enlightened government so should you all accoraing to the measure of your ability sustain the hands of those who are charges with steering the ship of State Above all take an active personal vital interest in all that concerns the welfare pf religion without which the republic can not endure On Monday there were daylight and evening pageants on the lake American and others made speeches On Tues day President raft Vice President Sherman and Gov Prouty of Ver mont made addresses at historic Fort Ticonderpga 1Olit1GEYIrish men and women who came from Ireland fifty years ago will1 marvel at the quick trip across the ocean made by thin Rev Father Will iam Bryneof Cork On Sunday Juno 27 he celebrated mass in his Sundayhe NewYorknoon July 3 lie is the guest of his cousin Mrs Dennis McCarthy iJn Terre Haute and has other relatives in that city- TIf0RA T0 WAS ORATOR tCHvnshlpIndlas ftehJtmelr fit Mary sof the KnoblHon Michael J Thornton delivered one or the most patriotic addresses ever heard In Southern Indiana Mike prlhei f Floyd county and is destined to go higher in Indiana politics VETERAN JCNJGIIT DEAD Timothy Clariuan old and re diethugMerrrCarl n uiwdis The gdeceasedhuts rJ mp xotLOufrvlil when quiteI i yotngtaan4nt prttirty ve ear- w if4t1 l enAWOR tJe W 8t pathnr Jhie i fNL d r Wlfewh wl1 rnlAlIc IIeOiflL died lire years ago The fallowing 7r Clarynightl Telegraph Company Joseph P Clhty of Stewart ennrs Carl Hollenbach Mrs Ayirtin McGinnls Mrs H J Presserjftll of Lbiilsrllle Iand Miss Ann LClary of Marlon Ohio The deceased was brotherin law of Miss Mary McGinn ahd Col wasveteran a olio Knights of America At the hour of going to press he funeral ar completedbute place from the SCathedrnl of the Assumption this morning TOBACCO TRADE Gives Grand Send Off to x the Candidacy of W O leadp A special meeting jf the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Trade was held Thurs day1 afternoon to J press gratificaI i tion at the selectioi of W 0 Head as the Democratic f candidate for Mayor of Louisville Charles D Campbell was inndfr Chairman and F Vf II Hahn Secretary of the meeting Many ejjthusiastlc and com Jlltitentar remarks were made by various members regardless of party affiliation The chair was in structed to appointa committee of buyerstoshowingtheHead is held by theftobacco trade of lrepresentIng followIng theSecretaryceedings to Mr Head to the locall papers and toithe Democratic Campaign Committee IoulslIe memberscoming election nnjl has conferred upon pint the distink wished honor of forMayornever been bestowed upon any other member of the tobacco trade by either political party it is with great pride and much pleasure thatwe commend Jour in nomin ating Mr W O Head as the Democrat ccndlllatc10r 1rl1 or of our great and growlrigfcity and we as sure the citizens of Louisville that your selection is ajwiso orte and no mistake has been made He has hisJ1fl always taken a conspicuous part in thoInterestswell as of the city of Louisville Mr itqapgorbuyby his strict attention to business dealingswithclimbed the ladder of success until sufnclenc organization vllle Leaf Tobacco Exchange a sup Il1rgcst aDirectorthelargestness institutions andilOnoruble bothenot be controlled bI1ny man or but speeiallntcrcstaheconservative business administra tion and the rights and interests of receivefromthat of the millionaire he will deal youttitlnr ests uobewIllfenrlesslless of its effect upon the political business or social world In fact all will get a square bthe lowing gentlemen Charles D Camp teeretnry GUl1rrlsIerkinsJamesAnohinsonand J F Dannenhold PARlSil TRUSTEES reamed For Two Chur in The Bluegrass 1Capital Trustees have been appointed tor St Peters and St Pauls parishes in Ilisholtt rauls1heyareW JnB I on1he mete board with the Rev Father de Wngenare exoffIclo Chairman John B Shah DLyonThe Rev Father William Punch named the following Trustees ofnew parish of St Peters J LJCelly therapprovedbyganize ST LEOS OUTING awaUinirtheOi la71fetebe held on the church lawn at Hlgh JolHiJFitzgerlltll W drkIn hard to Jlare everything i tallmeptC psf I If be prevent Yvery ticks of ad njWjMph1 cnltle4 tAi holder to 1lnee onia numM 61jTatuabl primer Supper will be served on the ground I Y THRONGED Was Jphajnix Hill Prtijk Whent time Iilltorpansiiuld Their Picnic i Bad Weather Kept Many Aivay in Afternoon Who Came Later Old Timers Foregathered and Swapped Iteininiscnccs ot Olden Days LIMERICKS TEAM VICTORIOUS Time Hibernian picnic nt Phoenix Hill Park under time auspices of the County Board last Monday wns success but it would have been more of n success if the weather during the afternoon had been propitious However alls well that ends well and before the crowd broke up at expenseshadplanned to intro the speaking and games in the afternoon but lower ing clouds and intermittent showers deterred hundreds from visiting the park Nevertheless several hundred Hi bernians innny ladles and a number of clergymen were at the park in the afternoon Of course there were many old time Irishmen nmong the afternoon visitors HolleyLnwrenceSmith Edward J OBrien Jeremiah Kava KellyMartind away their time reciting rom In isences of former Fourth of July celebrations Toward evening the clouds scat tered and about 7 oclock each car that passed brought scores to the park gate Soon success was ns lancinghaltthronged with a happy joyous gl1thI erlng The young people wanted to dance and the elders to chat so the committee called off the addresses and till the events on the pro gramme except the tug of war Capt Torn Doinns Portland team and Capt John 11 Hennessys Lim erick team were the contestants ShnespenreWhcn Bothteensvast throng nnd there were alter nate cheers for Limerick and Port land It was all over In n few minutes and the judges deckled in favor of Limerick Time committee decided to post i yhnvnnnghquayterlyThe dancing floor was In perfect condition nnd Prof Denny Collins orchestra rendered sweet Irish melo i dies and popular dance music throughout the afternoon and even ing nnd the happy dancers never seemed to tire of waltzes twosteps and schottisches Occasionally nn old fashioned quadrille was intro duced so that the old timers could shake their feet and many of them took advantage of it George J Butler the State Presi CountyPresidentJ Connelly D J Coleman Mark Ryan J J Lynch Thomas Keenan 1 Jr and other members of the committee in charge were tireless in their eforts to please nnd July 5 1009 will go down In history as one of the most enjoyable affairs ever given by local Hibernians ART GLASS WINDOWS I Advices from Rome this week I brought word that Archbishop Far Ji ley of New York has gone to Munich to arrange for the art windows for the chapel of Our Lady In St Pat ricks Cathedral There are to bo fifteen of these windows representing RosaryThee subjects have been studied by Mr and Mrs Thomas Hughes Kelly of ThesngIIshwindows will be the best examples of stained glass in modern times familyrof the Cathedral ESTIMABLE Lint DE M Mrs Nancy Send one of time best J If1he241dnoon on Sunday She had been Ul1 three months and her death was not unexpected Mrs Seng was born iIn Londonderry Ireland but had lived in Louisville since childhood Her looCe r children Mrs Edward G Hill wife of the well known cashier of the ConidSen was noted for her numerous charities The funeral which was very largely attended r took place from St Anthonys church Tuesday morning ANXIOUS INQUIRER requettio assist in giving information regard Ka foully named Higgins The fIGjiaelMurphytMurphy wi rite tp inquire of a fan lly named HIggins two sisters at d sgaI M fciwliwbut nboenutken and retidenU1 Y4Jt of Louisville Minnie was married twenty years ago They were born in the County Wnterford Ireland In answer to this inquiry the Kentucky Irish American can say ogThomasnr Patrick conducted a shoemaking shop on Seventh street just south of Oak A niece Minnie came to Louisville and married a man named oneIntell some of the later history of the family It they can they should notify this office or the Chief pf Police YOUNGEST BISHOP In Irish Hierarchy Is the New Prelate of Clogher Tho Very Rev Father Patrick Mc- Kenna has been appointed Bishop of Clogher Ireland to succeed the late Bishop Owens The news has been received with delight all over the extensive diocese of Clogher Thet severalayears professor of theology at May nooth College and Is a learned and an able man BJshop MeKenna will be the youngest man in the Irish hierarchyThe prelate was born in the rrlgnllIungh10 1869 and Is consequently forty primarybducation inTyrone1 Monaghan College where his work won ade quate recognition Ho was ordained 1in 1894 and at once succeeded to the chair of English literature made vacant by the appointment of the Rev Dr Clancy to the See of Elphin After two years of work as Lecturer- on English literature he took up missionary work and labored in the County Monaghan There he remained a year and later became professor of dogmatic theology and sacred Scripture at St Kierans College County Kilkenny In 1901 he returned to Maynooth as professor of theology and was holding that J Clogher position when appointed Bishop of NOTED WRITER On Catholic Topics Has Gone to Eternal Reward WbriTwas received in Louisville Tuesday afternoon of the death ofeMrs Julia Barry Healy whose death occurred at her home in New Haven that morning Mrs Mealy was born in Nelson county Ky sixtynine ears ago and the greater part of I life was spent at New haven Death resulted from bronchial placefromWednesday math n high requiemS oreposeflfo arty rime remains were interred beside those of her late husband Dr John Mealy in St Catherines cemetery rite deceased will be remembered by many of the older Catholics of Louisville as the editor of time Orphans Garland n little journal published in this city for the benefit of the orphans in 1875 G 7 Mrs Mealy Was educated at St Marys Academy Notre Dame Ind and in herited her fathers literary taste as he was tho author of several works on recondite subjects among them n Life of Christopher Columbus and Medical Christian Embry ologyLn Mrs Healy wielded a facile penT copiedthroughoutCanada Only two of her works have appeared in book form one of which is entitled Immortelles of Catholic Columbian Literature One sister Mrs E C Hngnn and two brothers Joseph G lorry agent of the Louis villa Nashville Railroad Company and John J Barry editor of the New Haven Echo survive her NUNS MAKE PROFESSION HeartyAcademy was ed to overflowing Wednesday thorn Ing to witness the profession of a number of young ladles as members of the Ursuline Order The Rev Father James P Cronin V G celebrated the mass and was assisted 1 In the ceremonies of profession by the Rev Fattier McShhne Chaplain off the Sacred Heart Academy Ascot of local clergy was present in the sanctuary The nuns who made their MarywFremhold of Indianapolis Sister Charlotte Miss Mary Heitz Sister UenkampSisterSSchmidt Those who tppk the white veil were Misses Angela Wilkens Anna May Coleman Wllhelmiaa Wilkens WJlhclmina Feldman Edith Gels Elsie Richards Lula Fowler Mary Halblelb Mary Caufield Min lIe Lauiz Hilda Reis Bertha Cruse Josephine Lenz Emma Golimann Catherine Obermeier and Elizabeth OConnt41I The ceremonies were quite impressive NEW AGENT NAMED Thomas W Keely hiss been ap pointed Louisville agent for the William Gerst Brewing Company vf Nashville Tenn with i office and warerooms at Tenth and Lexington streets Fir Jet1ylwa graduate of Ht Xaylers College apdaotjn after leaving school took service with tieLouisville ds Nashville Railroad Coin pany as Inspector of freights 3 jmnait in fern beosmecity poise mPfnYJ4tI reneraf8Mtafactloa I i r COMPLETE List of Candidates Dominated For City and the County Democrats Put Bcst FootFor ward in Choosing Standard Bearers Every Walk in Llfo Represented and Leaders Are Pleased TICKET IS WORTH COMMENDING Democrntlcticketvention at Masonic Theater on l TheistMayor William 0 Head City Treasurer Andrew MSea dlIslon Iirbyfirst iam H Field Second Common Pleas Thlrl1Common t Lincoln Criminal Judge James P Gregory JJoldrlckCounty Judge Mulr Weisslnger BullittCommonwealths M Huffaker FollcoCourtIlarr CNehllnCity Auditor Adolph Schmitt Bailiff of Police Court Thomas Moran Receiver of City TnxesChurlcW Mlllikln Sheriff Albert M Emler SummersCounty BarryJailer BGainesCoroner Dr Ellis B Dunepn SuperintendentOrville State SenatorsThirtysixth dis lhirtyeighthLegislatorsFortyfourth district ciatrtetJahn trict Peter J CbSgrove Porlysev FortyighthFortyninth district Thomas OCon nell Fiftieth district Henry Clay Hnll Fiftyfirst district Samuel JRobertson FlhmrphyJohn B Cnstkinnn JCamJlbellJ James Treasy Dr C W- chmitt Henry A Krcmer R Guy JDrumlctcC lliffordLedighCouncilmen JohnMenlmouserSecond ward Charles Mnnn and Dr William Fourth ward Ben Schulman and ThomasJward Frank Coblens anti Michael Leone Seventh ward Thomas Law Eighthwarlll JMorrow1I1cDermottward Randolph Thomas and Henry 1tMelton IleaLODorsey r SRoUisSixthEdDOConnorBerryConstables CharlesTFlooreThirdMCampSixtllChnries SiewprdJahnes andIIfthEighth and Ninth wards Dr Charles lIenrIIchhnJlelerBorgmanThe thatthe heJlere is made up of men from every walk professionalmenmanufacturersl1nllineebanlcH theJl1lddlo 1Dreseutatlon EXCURSION TOMORROW The Concordia SingIng Society will rive its annual outing tomorrow In the nature pi an excursion to andItsl i the Southern railway and New tlmofOrhigl1Seventh street Union Depot at1 FerdinandIsolics and the Louisville visitors are assured a hearty welcome and pleasant day BLESSING Oht STATIONS Time new and handsome stationst Nagdalen totaorsow HeFelateahdrsFredITarlgThoorf rtJrumlit itiatj B raiigftdja special mliJi l1 ltrpg mme Tha atirtioI r a1e largimd if t KENTUOKY IRISH AMERICANS MTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advincemeraent Irish Americans and Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COJncorporale Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered at the Loulivllle Poitofflce Second Clus flitter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qrttn St TRADES COUNCIL 7 LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 10 1909 I1EA MEETS APPROVAL In accordance with the sentimen- of the national convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians an Indianapolis last year the members of the order in every State and city s are promoting the study of Irish f i history and to that end medals and money prizes are being offered Th Hibernians realize that better times have come to Ireland and that still t better times are in store Ti means that the number of emigrants leaving Ireland is appreciably less and that It will soon be reduced to a minimum Whence then hill come recruits for the Ancient Order The Hibernians must depend on their sous and grandsons to perpetuat the order The best way to do thisI is to inculcate an interest in Ihe study of Irish history How can this best be done Note comes Thomas Dolan of Division 1 with an answer an ide n very excellent one He suggestsI t giving scholarships at n higher school college or academy instead of a medal or money prize There Mr no necessity for hasty action in the mutter It is worth considering and then if it is considered wise to k do it will be well to adopt the ideas aI quickly as possible THE POST AND ABUSE- rr Last Saturday the Kentucky Irish American showed how the present Republican regime was tamperingi with the citys credit by curtailingi the resources of the Sinking Fund Everything that the Kentucky IrishI j American said on the subject wasI correct and any citizen ca substantiate it by llooking at thoI appropriations for 1007 08 and 00 The editor of the Louisville Evening Post attempted to uphold the city administration on Wednesday bl by no means answered the charge of tampering with the citys crtill Villification and abuse is not argu ment The Kentucky Irish American declared nnd now declares that tlC present Republican administration is iimpairingi the citys credit by curtail ing the resources of the Slnkin Fund nndgave figures to show how it was being done The Post in its effort to bolster up ft falling cause pretends to answer and took occa sion to say on Wednesday afternoon The Irish American probably the most ignorant of nil the Ignoramus- now asailing the administration i wants to know what became of that JOOOOOThe Kentucky Irish American told how it had been diverted and1 AppenlsImd IrisAmerican e city administration overruled paragraph 8 Section 3010 of the Ken lucky Statutes and the Court Appeals The Post has answered r neither of these questions Blinded by the glare of the city printing the Post can see no evil in the hand that feeds it Take theu city printing from the Post and It I wouldbe a harpy to fatten on the feast of the Grinstead administra slopInto menEE pass I by are igno amuses Ignoramus agnostic know nothing are all the same words The kl I first Latin the second Greek and the third plain English Why shoul knownothingpolicy word Ignorance I Did not the Post tell beenimprlsonel toAll1ericai t lawyerInonly last year Few school boys who have reached the Eighth grade hove not attempted to recite Emmets Speed oftwenty thhenoimmoralf becausliee countryIf onlycregimallmust be con tent when those who profess to tiherIgnoraiVise e CARDINAL LOGUES VIEW Before His Eminence Cardinal Logue came to the United States to celebratioofa were- orne Irishmen who had their doubts r arrlTa1nl IrishAmerteanspeople In Ireland and speaking warda of patriotism that might be tnatuiAtreason by the lr1tt1ijbuth f k giving It ItotbtMCla Mjrt te41 1 doses A week or so ago he was thetopening of the new wing of St Hetspoke first of education and whither iit should lead He urged the youth of Ireland to be first in intellectual attainments Then anent the new LogueeI said The English Government has given us a university to be sure and advantagesnot exactly owing to the principles upon which it was established but owing to our trust in those who will have charge of it But it is far short of what Irish Catholics look upon as an ideal university Religion was ostracized from the new uni versity Like all the gifts we receive from our friends across the channel it has the brand of slavery im pressed upon it That may seem trong language but I think I can isaIone for a free people they are gen erally consulted and as far as pos sible their views are carried out I Iis only upon slaves that gifts are bestowed which are altogether out of keeping with what they wish fo and expect to get If anything iis done for Scotland or the colonies the people of those countries are consulted Not so with Ireland and India The unfortunate Irish take what they can get with th best grace they can muster and whether tee are pleased or not w must make the best of a ba bargain It reminds me of a very zealous doctor in an educational establish triednto build up the constitution of the students with wine medicated with quinine Strange to say the young fellows manifested no repugance to thtte President of the college waylaid the doctor and sold weir if you mus 6Ise them wine make it as ugly as possible for them That is what England Is doing for Ireland If she grants us a concession she de termines to make it ns ugly nnd as possiblegCertainly Cardinal Logue has a philosophical even though humorous view of tho new Irish University and English concessions to Ireland iin general DEiIATEeYesterday was the day set for opening debate on the Blrrell land bllJand according to the most authentic advices the situation will rapidly develop Itself and show either the land war finally brought ofha new and bitterer campaign than ever It seems certain that the land lords will seek to mutilate the bill They want the money part but hat othe predvision for sealing With the congested d districts The Irish party Is irreconcilable on this point The I members know that if they once let go the hold they have on the land lords through their want of money they might whistle till doomsday for the relief of the congested districts prr railed on the Governor of Alabama to call a Special session of the Legislature to enact a statute StatdIllegal The Alabama Supreme Court has decided that suph a statute Is unconstitutional but what do Pro hibitionists care about the Supremet Courts or the constitution They are simply iconoclasts of personal alliberty Newports Chief of Police ha Issued stringent orders to its men to see that automobiles do not ex milehs day or night It wQuld be well to apply the same atrule in Louisville but unfortunately some of the worst offenders are police officers and other city officials The sudden and shocking death o Arthur G Langham tai cause widespread sorrow in Louisville He was thoroughly businesslike in all1 forgotthatt respecthlniIllsy tuna III afford During the month of June a total of 1303 persons were arrested IIn Louisville andof the e6EjSwefe white people Those who indulge i forei6rterla note that not one native of tinee number who fell into the toll eentulaI fowna MM yhnifr trts C9ir wti I aJNw SOCIETY ii ww1ri9e tysiG ilsati Csq Dr P L Kearns is spending the week at French Lick Miss Minnie Murray and her niece Miss Lucille are visiting relatives a Latohia Mrs Minnie V Bosche of Port land entertained her card club Wednesday Mrs B McNamara of South Louis ville is visiting friends at Lntonia and CincinnatiwOn Wednesday Misses Ldrena and Mattle Stickler left for an extensive tour of the West Mrs harry T Esterle of Clifton is visiting relatives at lfAyettgu Ind and Chicago Mr nnd Mrs Alex Schulten are expected to return from their Eastern trip today Mrs J Hale of Earllngton iis visiting her mother Mrs Mary ht phy of South Louisville Anthony Montedonlco Sr and wf and Al Kolb left Tuesday to open I ten days at French Lick Springs Mrs B S Mattingly was last weekt the guest of E M Roney and efts relatives In Lebanon and vicinity Miss Anna Holzbog of Jefferson ville has gone to spend the summer with friends at Columbus Ohio Mr and Mrs A A Bizot have ns their quests for the summer Mrs E A Bizot and son of Memphis Joseph Herrman Jr Miss Mum Herrman and Ambrose Schweere left Sunday for a visit to Atlanta James Thompson the big distiller t 20tI to Mr Thompsons old home in Ireland rofMisses Margaret and Nell Pheluu Seymour Ind are visiting their sister Mrs J L Riehm of the Highlands Martin Kearns and1 a family aSouth Louisville are visiting Mr oft Salaudere heelestda Cape MayarCharles Cummings of Corbin parentsli South Louisville Louis J Kieffer President of Mackin Council and Will Daly are spending their well earned vacations at Hardin Springs Miss Katherine Kearns an SoutCalvaryspend to J Guy Nevln left Sunday night for Old Point Comfort Atlantic City New York and other points of iIn- terest in the East Mr and Mrs T B McCabe and children Miss Irene and Thomas toXIagnr submlttcdtoI andheri Garfield Seibert and bride who was Miss Anna Collins are expectedI to return from their Eastern trip lionskeeping orHoustonr I and daughter Dorothy have come onto spend several months with Ms Hills father Senator Albert Charlton Mrs Mary Mivelaz of Fort Snti t JnmeslannerJFlanneryMcDowell nuptials She is JameslannerJThomas M Barry who has been confined to his home 523 West Znne street this week pyn threatenedI attack of fever Is somewhat im i roved seehImYeRevand pastor of St Patricks clntrea speoed home on Thursday Miss Lettle Kllkelly Is expected arrive home tomorrow after a two weeks visit to Mrs Walter 11e and other relatives in I Several very pleasing entertain i ments were given in her honor Mr and Mrs entertanIJIinanllWFlynnrIFlynn of Indianapolis The visitors are being extensively entertained Mrs Mary Crowe who was to j merly Miss Mary Dunigan of Us lsatIl and childrencity arrived Tuesday spendmonth eq R Bent 2608 West Jefferson street frotm tidto mystery learnthated1 t ok J street celebrating the arrival of a c babyboyhPhilip L Qullmnn and bride WhE returlle1fromI at home ininepttin t Pleasure JUdge Park gni ietDannon gone to Bass Lake Ind Mr nan tttigbuttmain untill September y Charles MoDonald the huatlf gent 10rPhitKI1tabHhIr dwP Ipany and who WM injured bOol raUroadatirapidly recovering at his home on West Chestnut street Mr and Mrs David OConnell of East Washington street left last Saturday to attend a reunion of the OConnell family at Buttimer Place near New Castle Henry county oetogennrlnlltga of the throng Mr and Mrs OCon nell will return next weel M daughterissWorcester Mass where they will be the quests of Mrs Mary lelranlB theyillMrs Bridget Higgins of Maldin Mass and other relatives in Maine rcturnlltotern Misses Lily and Norma are the ests of their brother EJ Keiran on East Kentucky street Miss Lorine Flannery and Am brose McDowell are to be united in matrimony nt St Cecilias rectory at 7 oclock on the evening of Wednesday July 21 The Rev thetceremony Miss Nellie Early and Charles McDonald are to be the theITames Flannery and the fortunate groom is well known In West End business circles After a brief- r 1 bridal trip Mr and Mrs McDowell will begin housekeeping at Thirtieth and Alford avenues A delightful surprise party was ghen in honor of the birthday of George Hebel at his home tillG Dumesnil street Among those pres GeorgeMittelMrs Brady of Jeffersonville Mr- e and Mrs Jake Mehrle Mr and Mrs William Bank Mr and Mrs Fred Schnad Mr nail Mrs George Hebel1 and Misses Clara Klosterman Flora Hebel Anna Pope Clara lichen Francis Miller Mrs Frank Lott William Hussey Tote Weller Will tam Bank and little Miss Taal Hebel Rohan Mellon and Leo Miller All enjoyed a pleasant evening THOKOUGHLY IRISH VictoaHerbert Cass e Prom ndA resident of New York wrote to editor of the New York Times and sked whether Victor Herbert the composer was an Irishman The In lferbertwasmakes answer Whoever told you that Victor Herbert Is not an Irishman certainly was In error The noted and composer was born In Dublin o February 1 1859 of pure Irish stock and it wouldnt be healthy for hht got his early musical education fIn Germany and before many years he was the court cellist at Stuggart a post of no small Importance In that musical center After gaining no little distinction In Europe he came to America and continued his successes 1 Since 1904 he has compose djI The Captive Prince Ananias The Wizard of the Nile The Serenade The Ameer The Idols Eye Babes in Toyland and se oral other light operas that have a ofir GENUINE MINSTRELS Young Men of St Augus tines Hope Por Good Weather White the heavy rains were falling IIlott Augustines church was engaged iinI AwaytrI failed to come In on the Amen chorus Monday Tuesday and1I Wednesday of the coming week the days fixed for the minstrel oho benctiofe weather will curtail the attendance thoIa school hall A stage has been erected in the churchi1I1been diligent J In their rehearsal anai1 d1 forAIui the public Ice cream and coolln chwctolI or soliciting of chances The pet dostie e a genuine negro minstrel show fromi start to finish AUSTRALIAN IIUSIIMAX AttorneyGeneralGlynn IIs a native of Gort County Galwny Ireland where be was born educaterI College and Trinity College Dublin and was called to the Melnbourne In 1880 he was called to the Victoria bar next year and after ward to the South Australian bar After editing the Kapunda Herald ho entered the State Parliament as M P for Iapunda and became At torney General fpr South Australia Iin 1899 making a big reputation as a abilityeloquenceuprlghtnesljhaveenjoys 4 AUSTRIAN NAMED lonslgnorPof the Judges of the Supreme Gopr- of Ibis This nomination la o- reat importance floor the fact hat It shows that the Pope Is de iermlned to preserve the interns tioaal character of this court pf np J for all ecclesiastical casea flip world Among tin nations represented In it at presea are Auitrii France Germany Italy bny Monslcnor Prior formerly Recto of J Beds Collegeds n UOIOtt SUBSCRIBE FOR THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Brightest Catholic Weekly In the Southwesty ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Subscribe Now and Get All the Particulars of the Big Irish Home Coming Next Year Foreign Countries 150 Per Year Home Phone 946 t3CiCIt tEG9lfCttG 7 9 G FIRST GRAND EXCURSION T- OtFERDINAND INDVia the Southern Railway and New Ferdinand Railroad GIVEN BY THE CONCORDIAei 0 SUNDAY JULY 11th 1909 Train leaves Union Depot Seventh and River 7 am sr150I BIG BOYS NUN Mackins Members to Cele brate Anniversary in Septembert In the absence of President Louis JKieffer Vice President Thomas D Clines presided over the meeting eveningnThree members were reported on the sick list It was arranged fore the officers and members to attend the colored minstrel show for the benefit of St Augustines church on one of the three nights The Membership Committee was empowered to arrange for the proper celebration of the sixteenth anniversary of Mackin Council in September The celebration prom ises to be something worth white Mackin is one of the younger socle 3ties of Catholics in Louisville and yet it was the first to strive to se succeededw debtt thertreasurtIt is probable titst Incldn s boys will invite other socie ties of Catholics to jollify with them HECKXT DEATHS oMuch sympathy has been expressed for Mr and Mrs William Ice whose Infant daughter Catherine Thelma tiled at the family residence 1628 Ambrose street on Saturday morn ing The funeral took place on Sun day afternoon Mr and Mrs Charles Donnelly of 300 North Seventeenth street mourn the loss of their infant daughter SaturdaIplace on friendsttgrief beaMonday at the family residence 863 South Twentysecond street and the funeral took place from Sacred heart church on Wednesday morning The deceased was thirtyfive years of age and much admired by all who knew her Miss Fannie I Boron twenty morningItMrs Edward Baron 026 Bollard placefrommorning The deceased was held in high esteem by all who knew her and her untimely death is generally regretted Tire funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Jacob who died Monday ether home 906 South Shelby street took place from St Martins church Thursday morning and was largely attended The deceased was born in Germany sixtyfive years ago but had spent the greater part of her life 1ft Louis- vIlle Her husband Peter Jacob and several children survive her Mrs Jacob was held In high esteem by all who knew her Mrs Mayme Slebel wife of Henry Siebel n popular letter carrier died at her home 1115 South Sixth street on Saturday The deceased was thirtythree years of age and beforo her marriage was Miss Mayme placefromlargelyattendedfriends has been extended to the be reaved husband i i rAitllfItlvervlevvr Park took on its old time appearance last Monday when many residents from the city and Visitors from outside went there to spend tile Glorious Fourth on the eberatJreya11delVllte1qulNew vaudeville stunts UdKoOd music bi promised roc neztvresk nu u u S 1d 9 IUI i III UI J OSJ U i 1111Your I ffwhatpeople Money who are SAVING you are WASTIG Fig it out and youll be sur IIure to find out what a sub II bank account It would tlI J I fffYoufff m I IIIII tl II I m Savings tftf- nn tf 1 Bank flIt 1 mand Umt- m fl m Trust Co ft 1m Fifth and Court Place ft UnnJ1J I All new Spring and Summer styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices CB THOMPSON FLORIST Rosebuds a Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10110IAll orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed CAPT SULLIVAN LANDS The many friends of Capt William J Sullivan formerly Chief of De tectives of Louisville are pleased to learn that he has landed a good position as Chief Special Agent for the Kentucky Indiana Bridge Com otficonDINNER AT SENNINGS Frank G Adams Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors of the QharleSr a a dinner to the visiting delegates t bejriven at Sennings Park on Us 0e 0e evening of August 0 A trolley rid over the city will precede the dinner SHERIDANS GREAT RECORD glantalhteteClub of New York broke all world records Monday at CeJUeuparkLoBg Island and proved himself thj best man in the world jn the field His former famous point wore yM 713034 This he broke 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Specialty HOME PHONE 1O77 HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Kepi tucky W especiallyr Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TillfVmWi 234 SIXTH STREET Some of the newest and smartest of skirt and ootit costume are be Iij nnde wltbbut ileeves CATHOLIC SCHOOLS In All Their Phases to Be Discussed by Eminent Educators lie sixth annual meeting of the Cuthollc Educational Association will assemble lit Boston next Monday acid will rennin in session until Thursday evening The membership is open to every pastor or assistant in tne United States and to all men hers of teaching communities and to till laymen interested in any way in I Catholic education There has been n notable increase in the member ship during the past twelve months aim from reports received the attendance this year will exceed all yearsA of exceptional inter est and n special degree of attention will be given the neds and Im portance of Catholic higher educa tion In the parish school depart ment a committee is engaged in pre paring a catalogue of suitable books for children t Diocesan organization of the parish schools will be dis SuperintendentsArchbishopdeliver the opening address after the mass on the first day of the convention Cardinal Gibbons and other eminent prelates ami educators will take part in the deliberations from day to day COURT HOUSE Is Built by Judge Keogh On His Private Ground Justice Martin J Keogh of the Ninth Judicial district of the New York Supreme Court has the dis tinction of being the only Judge in the Empire State that has a court house on his own property It is within a stones throw of his res idence near New Rochelle and there he holds a special session of the Supreme Court every Saturday JudgeKeoghThe last one had more than 5000 men in line and it started from the lawn in front of his residence Although a Democrat he has been thrice elected in a strong Republican district Ills term expires this year and he will be reelected without op positionIn Judge Keogh married Miss Katherine Emmet a great niece of Robert Emmet the Irish patriot BELLEVUE WEDDING Many Louisville friends will be in terested to learn that Miss Ida A Cassidy and K W Dyas will be united in marriage at the rectory of Rev Father Frank Kehoe on the evening of Wednesday July 21 The brideelect is the accomplished daughter of Mayor Joseph A Cassidy of Bellevue who has long been active in Y M I circles in Kentucky FONTAINE FERRY PARK This has been a record breaking week for the season at FJJfttaine Ferry Park despite heavy rains The fresh air and leafy lanes alone would attract but the excellence of the band concerts Sand the splendid vaudeville show made the Ferry doubly attractive Another strong vaudeville bill is promised for next week STARS FOR MACAULEYS Macauleys Theater is to have the best shows on the road during the coming season Belasco and Harri son Grey Fiske have joined with Klaw and Erlanger to book their best attractions nt this house Among the artists that will be pre GeorgeOrlissfield SISTER CHARITAS DEAD Word was received here on Friday of last week anouncing the death of Sister Charitas who passed away in n convent in St Louis She was n native of Falmouth Pendleton county and was twentyfour years old Her parents Mr and Mrs Michael Colemnn of Falmouth survive her LAWN FETE AND REUNION The annual lawn fete and social reunion of St Philip Neris congre gation will tokeplace on the church grounds on Monday and Tuesday evenings August 2 and 3 All ticket holders will be entitled to n chance on nineteen valuable and useful prizes UNITYS CHOICE Unity Council Y M I of New Albany elected James Aslmbranner and Peter Gonder delegates to the Grand Council of Indiana which will meet in Lafayette next month John Pontrich and John S Martel were chosen alternates COUNTY BOARD CALLED County President PJ Welsh has CountyBoard8 oclock next Friday evening July 16 Reports on the picnic are to be made and a full attendance is de sirable FRANKFORT ELECTS Lambert Young Council Y M Int Frankfort elected D J Mc Council month William II Olberman was elected alternate AUXILIARY FOR BROOKLYN t The Rev Father Mundelefn the Chancellor of the Brooklyn diocese has been apolnted Auxiliary Bishop to the Right Rev Bishop ODon nell INDICATES PROGRESS Within A year the number of electric light companies anti munici pcil plants in the United States has increased from 5015 to 5264 STEAM FOR BALLOONS In G rmany experiments are being made iq filling balloons wIth superheated steam n a BUNKER lIla Celebrated Battle in Which Row Recruits Worsted the Enemy Flower of the British Forces Mowed Down by Patriotic Farmers An IrishAmerican General Led the Ynnkeo Soldiers in the Fight I WHERE DEFEAT WAS VICTORY The battle of Bunker Hill was fought on June 17 1775 and in many respects it was one of the most remarkable conflicts on record The pursuit of the British from Concord and Lexlxngton a few months before was a daring skirmish after the Indian fashion every patriot fighting on his own responsibility But the encounter at Bunker Hill vms a much more deliberate trial of skill spirit and endurance though under very unequal conditions The patriots with their ammunition ex hausted and no bayonets on their guns were compelled to retreat but they bore with them the moral ef fects of a victory They had inflicted frightful losses on the British and they fell back to their lines at Cambridge fully satis fied of their own ability to meet and defeat the enemy under any fair circumstances Previously it had been a fixed tradition that no raw levies could withstand for a moment the onslaught of the British regulars That tradition was broken in an hourThe archives of the State of lassa chusetts contain the muster rolls of the brave band who fought at Bunker Hill and among them are over 400 distinctly Irish names Washington had been chosen ComuTanderin Chief but he had not arrived at the scene of conflict when the battle took place Gen Artemus Ward was still the provisionary commander and was ably aided by the IrishAmerican Gen Stark with Putnam Prescott Warren Pomeroy and others who had won distinction in military serv iceLearning that the British were about to attack them Prescott liras detailed with a thousand men to seize Charlestown on the night of June 16 and fortify the heights He was joined by Gen Putnam and they made a gallant defense as the British swept against them at Bunker Hill where breastworks were being hastily thrown up About 11 oclock next day when Prescott called for rein forcements Gen Stark with 500 New Hampshire troops largely composed of IrishAmericans was sent to his relief The enemy was rapidly ap proaching and Gen Stark stationed his men near a rail fence at the base of Bunker Hill and gave the orders for the fight It was a strategic point and Howe the British commander led his force in person Stark and his gallant men fought for hours Charlestown was in flames shots from ships and batteries were hissing around them many of them had never been in bat tle before very many had worked all night long building the redoubt and were almost ready to sink to the ground from exhaustion Twice they had hurled back from their defenses the flower of the British army and when they did retire it was onlyaftor their powder had given out and they were overwhelmed by the superior force of their foes Starks men were expert marksmen and used their skill in picking off the British ofllcers Stark was every where among his men encouraging them to greater efforts When the Americans retired after having exhausted their ammunition it was to all practical purposes a victory The British lost 1500 men in killed and wounded including eightynine commissioned officers wounded and thirteen killed The loss of the Americans was only 450 killed and wounded The granite shaft erected to commemorate the scene is one of the most impressive historic monuments in America as the battle was one of the most im portant in the struggles for liberty KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Nashville is planning to buy or build a club house at an estimated cost of 30000 Martin I J Griffin the noted Irish American historian has b9en Initi ated by Philadelphia Council F L Monteverde has presented Memphis Council with a complete morrocco bound set of the Catholic Encyclopedia The council at Dunkirk N Yhall offered a gold medal to the pupil of St Marys parochial school that shows the greatest general proficiency in all the branches Hon Richard Campbell who was appointed a Judge In the Philippine Islands last fall is a prominent mem ber of the order He Ia now visiting friends and relatives in tho United StatesThe annual encampment of the Knights and their families at Cedar openedlastOhio Indiana Western Pennsylvania and Kentucky Is represented In the gatheringThe Rev Bishop Donahue of Wheeling recently attended a social session of Wheeling Cduncil and some of the members twitted him on his skepticism regarding the order but he promptly replied You young men imagine that you belong to a secret society but you are very muchdeceIVf3dfI have been up in the cupola of the Cathedral and with thealiof a telescope have discovered everything that you have been doing boJoor fyourpeata I a STRONG PLEA For Christian Education Is Made by Bishop of Trenton The Right Rev Bishop McFaul of Trenton delivered the baccalaureate address at the closing exercises of St Francis Xaviers College last week and Catholic parents should weigh well his words lie partWhat want is to send them to Catholic schools where we teach them that there are such commandments as Thou shalt not steal Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor No church power but the Gatholic church can stem these evils The Catholic church is here today to cure the present evils Our mission is to uproot socialism to destroy divorce and teach Christianity The salva tion of the republic depends on Christian teaching We must con sider as one of the problems of the day the education of the mill ions Why even the universities Harvard Yale and Princeton do not teach the Bible the fetich of mod ernists If ever our country or its principles are in danger the Cath olic church will be its salvation While I yield to no man my esteem for the American Catholic laity there Is one respect in which we arc defective We might follow the ex ample of the German Catholics with profit They have created an apostolate of the Catholic press The Catholic newspapers in that coun try have increased from five to five hundred and are reaching three million Catholics in that country They know through these mediums what the problems ore and how they may be solved COSTLY NEW EDIFICE The congregation of Gonznga church Spokane Wash are plan ning to erect a new church at a cost of 150000 and of this amount 80000 is to be used for the structure Pledges are rapidly ac cumulating and 30000 has already been subscribed LOWELL PASTOR DEAD The Rev Father Michael Ronan pastor of St Peters church Lowell Mass for twentyfive years died in that city last Saturday Hewas one of the oldest and most popular pas tors in Massachusetts His church was one of the handsomest in Lowell SUPERIOR OF OBLATES The Very Rev Augustus Dontenvil Superior General of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate arrived in New York from France last Saturday lIe expects to visit all the houses of the order in the United States He was met by two American Oblates from Texas PHILOSOPHY OF IT Well said Cnssidy tis too bad that none tfv us kin her be as good us some people think we shuld be Aye replied Casey but tis consolin to think that none as us kin ever be as bad as some people think we are- IOMINIOAN RETREAT The annual retreat of the Domini can nuns at St Catherines Convent at Springfield will begin on July 15 and end July 22 Tate Rev Fathe Brockbank O P will come from Minneapolis to conduct the retreat CHANGE OF 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SHORT DISTANCE r Bak file LariiMt Number of xiberI and the ot Service That Can B4 6ainedll t rp HIBERNIANS What They Have Been UDir I the Past WeekOeneral News Notes Division 1 tor Providence R L now has a membership of 139 Buffalo Hibernians have organized an Irish athletic assoclatlqn to culti vate an Interest In square manly sport Division 4 will meet in regular session on Monday nTgnt and President John L Hennessy desires a full attendance Division 8 Ladles Auxiliary of Minneapolis gave a card party re cently and had to turn patrdns away so great was the crowd At Dunkirk NY the Hibernians annually give a gold medal to the pupil at St Marys school that shows the most proficiency in Latin Plttsburg Hibernians held their any nual outing at Bloomfield Park last Thursday and the gathering was the largest in the history of the order in that city Next Friday night will be the regular sheeting night for Division 2 nnd President Ford desires nil mem bers to be present nnd hear reports on the picnic Mrs Margaret Foley made her np pearance at the Ladies Auxiliary Wednewlay evening after a pro longed absence nnd was given a most cordial greetmge President Patrick T Sullivan wants a first class attendance at the meeting of Division 3 Thursday night when plans for the anni versary are to be discussed Division 9 of Minneapolis line a splendid baseball club and that or ganization will give a dance and Ice cream supper on Tuesday and Wednesday July 20 and 21 Thomas F Burke of Newry and ao prominent member of the Board of Erin branch of the order In Ireland is in the United States and promises to visit old Hibernian friends in Providence R I Orders prosper only in proportion as their members labor toward that end Let every Louisville Hibernian strive to bring in one additional member before January 1 1910 That is the way to build up the order Tho Erie County Board In New York State has offered a gold medal each year to the pupil who shows greatest excellence In the study of Irish history This year it was won by a Buffalo pupil of St Columbas school Binghamton Hibernians celebrated last Sunday as memorial day and 300 members of the order and their tam flies attended the exercises in the Catholic cemetery The Rev Dr Glynn County Chaplain conducted the services- A movement is on foot among the Hibernians to erect a chapel to cost 100000 on the Catholic University grounds at Washington The order is now twice as strong as when it presented GO000 to the university to found a Celtic chair None contributed more to the suc cess of the Hibernian picnic than D J Coleman and Thomas Kecnun Jr They walked and talked Hibernian picnic and dreamed about it for more than a month Both deserve well of the order in the city State and nation Send them to Portland in 1010 and they will bring the national convention to Louisville in 1012 LADIES AUXILIARY Will Assist Division 3 In Celebrating Its Jubilee 0101- H The Ladles Auxiliary of the A held a well attended meeting Wednesday night with Miss Rose Sweeney presiding One application was received and an interesting chapter of Irish history was rend Misses Mary Corcoran Hattie Jug gins and Nellie Nolan were appointed a committee to arrange for the auxiliary to assist Division 3 In its forthcoming anniversary celebration At the conclusion of the business session the members enjoyed vocal and instrumental music for an hour or more with Miss Mary Butler presiding II at the piano The members were pleased to hear that Miss Brldgle Hatirahan who has been at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for several weeks is much Improved The auxiliary Is doing good work and has been paying out considerable money for sick benefits and other wdrks of a charitable nature HONOR PATRON St Vincent de Pauls Day to Be Duly Celebrated On the church calendar July 10 is set apart as fit Vincent de Pauls day but as that is Monday the feast will be celebrated In St Vincents de Pauls church on Sunday July 18 parishPaul Society will goto holy com- munIon in a body at the 030 oclock mass at 10 oclock there will be solemn high mass and solemn atterInoonThome will to the solemn high mass and will be assisted by the Rev Father Jtueff as deacon bind one of the Franciscans as sub deacon Father Thome will also a sermon on the life of St Vincent de Paul This saint is known as one of the foremost benefactors of mankind and one of the best xemplars of the First Commandment of the Law Horn on a small farm of poor but pious parents in a remote part of France this good man was consid ered a saint from his early youth and was conspicuous for his charity St Vincent de Pauls charity had its foundation in the love of God and for that reason was all embracing continuous selfijaeriflejngy J TIUNirXS MEETING 0Trinity Council held Its neetlna Tuesday nlaht instead of Monday ut the Attendance WM only fair T SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O iii- bIVISON 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Ryannecordin wler Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Jhirles J Finegan SergeantatArmsAndrew Curran SentinelLouis holler- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Fridayy Evenings of Eooh Month President Con 1 Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FinanclalSecretary OnoTKeancy Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArmsJohn T Brown SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Suljlvan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J G liesslon DoughertySentinel SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Winn TreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergcantatArms John Doolan I DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice PresidentRobert Gleason Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole TreasurerBernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy V M X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos DCHnes Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording SecretaryThomas F Bachman SecretaryWUiiamF Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams TreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William D An drlott I tJ1I1E tIit1 KoEH1q An Old Merchant 6 Accord N Y July 8 1007 I am ID old merchant and tiara been In busi ness for SO earl About 10 yean ago I wai afflic ted with nervous prostration consulted doctors speelaiists but found no relief until I was a friend to try Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tone by the me of which I have been cured I fool lore the Nerve Tonic will help many who are suffering from nervous troubles W C HUMES Could Not Remember My Own Name Sept3rdloo7Iprostration to such an extent that I did not remember my own name and did not even recognize my own children I cannot explain my case fully as It was so complicated that I do not like to think of it After I had taken the first bottle of Pastor Koenigi Nerve Tonic began to feel stronger and after I had taken 8 bottles I am entirely cured UBS A DOYLE A Valuable Book on Nor FREE samplebottlotlentt also get the tmdlcln fret Prepared by the REV FATHER Kocxio of Fort Wayne Ind since 1878 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street told for4bLarge President James B Kelly presided Several applications were received and two new members were elected the entire evening was devoted to the transaction of routine business LETTER CARRIERS OUTING Tim Louisville Letter Carriers will hold their annual outing at Fon taine Ferry Park on Saturday July 17 and the general public is invited Not only will the usual at spedal letter carriers Charles Iluber Chairman of the General Committee alt Arrangements Is much elated over the prospects for a big crowd A big wheel has been provided with Charles SRuldy n regular wheel JosephEscherhnann valuable prizes arc to be dis tributed All attending the vaudeville theater that afternoon or even- Ing will bo entitled toa chance on three handsome articles ORANGE OP NAME Hubbuch Bros fc Wellendorff la the new name of an old Louisville firma The change of name was brought about on July 1 when the company filed articles of Incorpora tlonThe name added to tIle old firm is that of C A Wellendorff who was a member of the old firm yearsMrmuch to the success of tho firm in the pnstnndhls efficient services have been duly recognized CHURCH FOR 8HEPJIERDSVirttG rejoielagia church of their awn The site has been donated by a resident of tho town anti jt la believed that work on f the proposed i structure will soon j begincoVIKGTON fAN UECOYEI S- lehard ORourke k yvell k1toJVr citizen o4 Qovlngton Ji Irapldly reli severing from a IWrpellOf Ill nes and will won be able to Jw out teeing him friradsa IRELAND Record of the Tlpst Important ol tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Cattle drivers cleared the lands of twentyheadRev Father Patrick OFlaherty of Castlebar has been appointed pastor of Keelogues County Mayo Henry Miller a young businessman of Belfast was drowned while bathing near Twin Islands Thirtysix men were required to haul ashore a huge fish at Passage East County Waterford Its species Is unknown theCountyRev Father Deuchamp who died at hit residence In Borris John J Magee of the Canadian Privy Council has contributed 2000 toward establishing a bacon factory IIn the County Wexford Sir Thomas Esmonde M P has reconsidered his resignation and will remain as Chairman of the Gorey Board of Guardians County Wex tordTames Wylett thirtysix years old fell down stairs in his home at Naas County Klldare and died of his In juries He leaves a widow and soY eral young children The body of John Brown an Armagh farmer was found at his home by several neighbors who had missed him He died as he knelt In prayer beside his bed Only one case was presented to the grand jury of County Dublin at the June session The Recorder con gratulated the people on the com munitys freedom from crime Rev Brother Michael Molloy of the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer is dead at the nge of eightyfour years He was long con nected with the monastery in County LouthA school is to be erected on the site of the old jail at Nenagh County Tlpperary The building will cost 25000 The cornerstone was blessed by the Right Rev Bishop FogartyAt County Tyrone Edwin W Holt and his sisterinlaw were found dead and the house afire It is believed they were murdered and the house set afire to conceal the double killing Fourteen head of cattle which had been seized by the Sheriff for arrears of rent due More OFarrell County Longford were driven away during the night and no trace of them has been since discovered Matthew McCabe the sevenyear old son of a Donegal farmer fell Into a pond In a rock quarry near Letter kenny and was drowned The body was recovered soon after but all efforts to resuscitate the lad failed GoldenSuperiorGalway died recently and her death cityOnlyher golden jubilee She had been seven times elected Mother Superior Desmond House the new residential college of Irish at Ring County Waterford has been com pleted and turned over to the Trustees The late P F Collier of New York shortly before his death presented the college with 100 select ed volumes of literature Michael Ludden a respected cit izen of County Mayo is dead at Castlebar He was the father of the Rev Father John Ludden Pitts burg brother of Father James Lud den of Albany N Y and of Father Anthony Ludden of Little Falls N Y and a cousin of Bishop LuddenI of Syracuse nOME COMING Enthuses Merchant Who Wants to Visit Ireland leadingbuslneslenthused over the prospect of a bunch of Kentuckinns taking in the Irish home coming trip in 1JIO He writes ns follows I was very niilcli pleased with your recent editorial in regard to the Irish home coming and I think Kentuckydelegation gossoonsthatsuggestthathave full charge of the affair and that you publish the names of those who will go in your paper from time to time so we CUll all become well acquainted before we start I hope we will have several hundred from Louisville ami through the State so get your plans together at once NEW LIFE Shown by the Colonels= v During the Past Week lentlid showing made by the Louisville baseball team since its return has once more awakened the enthusiasm of the fans here and its freely predicted that from now prominenttactpleasing feature in connection with the Indianapolis and Toledo series was the encouragement given by the audience Tils is as it should ba and not like the disposition showa here recently that of hooting and knocking a player when he chanced Lelbliasplaying Puttmann in the field as been a valuable acquisition the team Bill Clymers Columbus team will be here this afternoon and tomor goinglatbe expected WANTS TO BE MAYOR Patrick B Lillls has announced hi candidacy for thee Denhocrattc nom ilnktloh for Mayor of Frankfort With shim for Chief Exeeutlv the Capitol city would beubly and well gov rmdr 5 r 1 fI j For your Furniture Want- sII YOUR TRADE My stocks are 1largest my prices low eat ana mY terms the best JAMES OREENgt 425 427 and 429East Market Street sontftern National Lite insurance Go LINCOLN BUILDING LOUISVILLE KY If you become wholly disabled the premiums on this policy are paid by the company This is the ONLY COMPANY which pays your premium on this kind of a policy Let us explain it to you What A you age PREMIUM ON 81OOO Guaranteed Net Guaranteed Net Age Rate Reduction Cost Age Rate Reduction Cost 211210 201 100933 1545 217 1327 23 123S 2 03 1032 40 16 25 2 20 1405 25 1260 205 1055 42 1715 222 1493 27 12or 207 1078 4S 190 225 1675 48 tfl 03 2 28 W 37 30 1340 210 1130 50 2390 230 2160 32 1380 212 1168 52 2710 232 2478 351450 215 1235 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