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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p IVOLUMEI PILGRIMAGE To Ireland Scxi Year Seems to Meet With Popular Approval Residents of the Three Falls Cities Interested in Movennetuta Call to the Honieland Seems to lie Overpowering to Majority PRESIDENT KILKENNYS IDEAS The pilgrimage to Ireland seed has been sown in and around the Falls Cities and unless events of an unforeseen nature prevent the home going harvest next year will be a wonder The movement has taken definite shape throughout the coun try and everywhere Irishmen and Irishwomen are enthused over the prospects for a visit to the old land At a meeting held In Washington D C last week a definite organiza tion was formed with Francis J Kil I kenny the father of the idea as President P J Moran John J Coughlln P J Haltlgan editor of the National Hibernian and Con gressman T T Ansberry of Ohio Vice Presidents William T Downey Treasurer and Joseph D Sullivan of Washington Secretary After accepting the Presidency Mr Kilkenny said a number of interest ing things to those assembled Ho told them The main idea underlying the home going to Ireland movement is to give the visitors an opportunity for observing conditions as they really exist In Ireland Much has been written and much will be written of Irelands poverty and Irelands riches but these descriptions are not half as vivid or Impressive as the actual sight of tho conditions them solves This movement therefore offers an opportunity to the sons and daughters of Erin to return to the scenes of their childhood to give a word of cheer whero needed and to demonstrate to those who still re main to preserve the old traditions that we are all interested in the land of our forefathers In Its people and in the preservation of its natural beauty One striking fact cornea out In the official statistics and that Is that the total emigration of the Irish people from May 1 1851 when the enumeration was commenced to De comber 31 1908 practically equals the present population of the coun try being more than 4000000 Ireland offers to the manufacturer many attractive Inducements for profitable returns on capital invested Not only is the cnpltalof Irish Americans needed but their skill and experience in the use of modern methods and devices will prove to bo of Invaluable service In the Indus trial awakening which Is now just beginning to dawn In the old land What Mr Kilkenny has said has been well said and the same senti ments are actuating residents of Louisville New Albany and Jeffer soiivllle They want to go home Every day tho Kentucky Irish Ameri can is receiving inquiries from people In Louisville and in other cities Dan Scanlon President of tho Scanlon Coal Company wants to go John Casey ono of tho leading mer chants of Shelbyville is not only go lag but is urging all his friends to go Capt John B Murphy Barney Coll Raymond Stanton and Martin Fogarty are organizing a club in Jeffersonville to make tho trip Will iam T Meehan Col Joo McGinn Harry Vieeneman and Gen Mike Reichert are also interested in the Irish pilgrimage William M Higgins and Johan J Barry of the Ken tucky Irish American aro also hustling for the success of tho move ment The Kentucky Irish American Is now In correspondence with Mr Kilkenny at Washington the railroad companies and several steamship lines and hopes soon to be able to give Its readers more definite Infor motion about the Irish homo going William Gordon the veteran shoe maker is another anxious inquirer He wants to see Llsmore just once again Father John J Fitzgerald would like to see Waterford John E Browno wants a glimpse of Mayo Dan Moriarity is longing for a siI nipso of Kerry Tho truth Is that The homeland is calling tonight in the gloaming The homeland of childhood the place I adore Where the birds In the treetops are mating and homing And tho zephyrs blow soft round tho old shanty door 1 fancy the shadows of even come stealing As by me a beetle goes clumsily wheeling And a frog choir Is chanting a vesper song oer How sweet are the scenes I review In my musing The green bordered streets of the sleepy oA town The cool promenade that the lovertt are using The long sloping hill and the road winding down The river whose waters go lazily slipping Neath the shade of the willows and tenderly lipping The most slowly fading from greenish to brown theObl homeland IB calling Tie iIOftlWfrleiulliiiaIJ M The ray of a love sure my heart iIs enthralling- Its arms and its voices are bidding mo come My soul feels the thrill of that love neer declining I dream of the bliss of that joy ner repining The homeland in caUlngtls can ing mo hom- eLIKED LESSONS Maybe But Were Worried About Missing the Recess I The family and friends of Isaac F Whiteside are still mourning his untimely death If he had lived until yesterday he would have attained his fiftyfirst year Some poet or philosopher has said The good men do lives after them This has been ex emplified in the case of the late Mr Whiteside He owned the largest bakery in Louisville probably the largest in the South He made money and used It wisely lie regarded poverty with horror and never failed to alleviate the sufferings of tho deserving The Whiteside poorIteenth and Broadway just across the street from St Augustines church One day Mr Whiteside looked across and saw the negro children of the parochial school nt recess A few of the more fortunate were eating bread and lasses while others stood wistfully by Mr Whiteside sent over bread for all Next day he repeated his kindness Within a fortnight the attendance nt St Augustines school was very largely increased Soon niter Mr Whiteside died but his son William followed in his fathers footsteps the bread continued to be sent to the little black boys and girls June came and school closed The negro children were just as anxious for vacation as white children Only a few days elapsed however when a bevy of negro children called at St Augustines rectory nnd inquired for Father Felton The housekeeper told them he was not at home Miss Mary said the spokesman for the crowd Wore tired of vacation Cant we come back to schoolMiss Mary answered No children the Sisters are gone away There is no one to teach you lessons Then came the whole story Miss Mary we nint so much minded about the lessons but we do like that recess Miss Mary understood Many of those poor colored children had nothing to eat except the bread they got nt the noon recess They still en joy their noon recess even if school is closedWill Whiteside saw to tint part of it but Mary says those chit dren certainly found n new way to soy Give us this day our dally bread LOSING GROUND Lutheran Church Suffers From Decrease of Members Advices from Berlin tell us of the decadence of the Lutheran church in Germany the home of the Reforma tion The dally papers say that the synod of the Berlin diocese has taken up the subject and is ticekg a remedy The same advices say that in Berlin alone the Lutheran church lost 10000 communicants within the past year For many years it has been evident that the Lutheran clergy were losing touch with tho men In their parI- shes not so much perhaps in rural as in urban districts but there can be no doubt that the creed Is con stantly losing ground Whether this feeling has been pro duced by the spread of Socialist views Or whether the Socialist lead ers fostered a feeling which they saw had taken root is a mooted question but it is certain that there now exists within the Socialist party a movement which its publicists say is resulting in a very efficient secession from the chruch The movement is proving to be so very effective that it formed one of the chief topics of discussion at the recent synod of the Berlin dioceses Curiously enough it is the effect of the movement on the church finances that has given it im portance in the eyes of the church dignitaries Any person who signs a declaration to the effect that he does not belong to the church is exempt from payment of the church tax which is stUl levied in Germany and moreover the fees that lIe would hitherto have paid for the baptism of his children or the burial of the members of his family nre lost to the church ST LEOS OUTING The Rev Father John J Fitzgerald and the people of St Leos parish Highland Park are preparing to entertain a large crowd at the annual lawn fete to be held on the church grounds July 29 All visitors are assured a pleasant afternoon and evening In advance Suppor will be served on the grounds The price ot admission Is only ten cents and each ticket entitles the holder to a chance on a sideboard Iron bed ltad10 in gold a case of wine garden settee gasoline stove barrel of potatoes a magic lantern two loads of coal 5 in gold a box of cigars a dozen cabinet photographs a years sub scription to the Kentucky Irish American and one to the Glaubens bote a gold chain rotary a hand painted tankard a fine picture and a Jewel casket FIRST SERMON The Rev Fattier GeorgeY Namara recently ordained preached his first sermon at St Patricks ahureh Covinglon last Sunday and Hug heare i- i At f i DESERVED Dr VlHIniu B Doherty Named to Membership on Library BoardS Case ol Ofilce Seeking ManVliei Reverse Is Usually the Case One of the Few Trustees That Are Authors ot Good Books GIVES GENERAL SATISFACTION Dr William U Doherty has been appointed a member of the Louie ville Free Library Board and the ap polntmcnt gives general satisfaction To the IrishAmericans of Louisville who know the Doctor as one of their own the appointment gives more than satisfaction In fact It is a real pleasure to know that II man of his erudition and discern ment has been commissioned to fill n place in such nn important body Education is the ambition of every Irishman and ought to be of every IrishAmerican Public spirited citizens have given of their wealth and their time to found libraries not merely to see n large collection of volumes but to advise that they bo read and that their readers may be come better educated Instructing the ignorant is as much n work of charity as feeding the hungry Dr Doherty has been practicing medicine in Louisville during the past thirtyseven years lIe has been n hard worker In the early years it may have been a struggle Now he enjoys a practice that would relieve many men from hard work but Dr Doherty works as hard and studies as hard now as ho did when he came to Louisville in 1872 Isis appointment as a member of the Library Board is a deserved recogni tion of his work as a citizen as well as a physician Dr Doherty was one of the first physicians in America to forcibly call attention to the care that must be taken to prevent or minimize the consumrtionTwelveYour Doctor n work on hygiene admirably adapted for the home and couched in the guage It dealt with thenecessity of air sunlight and exercise for the preservation of health He de nounced quackery and all its forms and declared that time man who claimed he could cure was n liar In that book Dr Doherty also called attention to tho long hours of labor enforced by railroad cor porations on locomotive engineers train crews and telegraph operators Since then Congress and the various State Legislatures have taken up the cause of railroad employes with the result that all have safe and sane hours The enactment of these laws means much to the wage worker and they appreciate the re lief afforded them Phil Sheridan once said The American soldier is n fighter with n thinking attachment Dr Doherty- is a physician with n thinking at tachment He is absolutely independent in politics and has often declared that he would never vote for n man or any ticket that he consid ered n rascal Dr Doherty proposes to give as much time ns possible to his duties as a member of tho Library Board It is not n salaried position He did not seek it and would not have ac cepted the appointment if he hind to go before an Aldermanic or Council manic Board Dr Doherty is able to take care of IrishAmerican inter ests in the board to which ho Tins been appointed WELL BELOVED Former Pupils Present Gifts to Very Worthy PastorI The Rev Father T F McGuire formerly of Louisville now of Olin stead Falls Ohio leas returned to his parish after a brief visit to this city where he spent many pleasant hours with relatives and former pupils Previous to his ordination Father McGuire was a member of the Xnverian brotherhood and was known as Brother Bernard Last Sunday he gang the high mass at Sacred Heart church and preached an interesting and eloquent sermon Before departing for his home many of the boys who were his PU1ils nt St Johns parochial school years ago at St Josephs College Bardstown and St Marys College Maron count presented him with a magnificent solid silver mon strance a silver chalice plated with gold stations of the way of the cross statues of the Sacred Heart and of the Blessed Virgin The gifts will adorn his church at Olmstead Falls and will be a lasting token of the esteem in which Father McGwire is held by Ills former pupils MAOIUNOOUNVIL Mackin Council held a fairly well attended meeting Tuesday night and In the absence of President Louis J Kleffer who is enjoying a vacation Vice President Thomas D Clines oc uupled the chair Three members were reported ill andone application was received Tbe council appropriated a sum sufficient to erect con crete coping 1In fro tJ the clubhouse Tlio members were notified that those whoirlebidto attend the trolley ride banquet and dance at Sehnlngs Park during the meeting of the Grand Council next month should send in their names now The council made an appropriate do nation to the Record Samuel L Robertson a member of the council was awarded the contract for erect ing the coping In front of tho club house Mr Robertson is one of the most successful contractors in Louis ville and his ability as am all around hustler Is generally recognized He Is the Democratic candidate for the Legislature In the Eleventh and Twelfth wards TAMMAN Y S SUCCESS Due to Pact That Leaders Are Always On the AlertJ i Louisville Democrats would have a perpetual walkover ifII they had an organization like Tammany Hall Last month Magistrate James J Walsh died and the Board of Mag istrates= of which he was a member proposed to send art elaborate set of engrossed resolutions to his widowMagistrate Daniel Finn better known as flattery Dan suggested that it would be more appropriate to send some money tcj the afflicted family It developed that Magistrate Walsh had Med impverished and had left no insurance The thirty five members of the Tammany Ex ecutive Committee mqiand unanimously adopted n resdlution cnlllng upon each of the thirtyfive district organizations in New York for 200 each for Mrs Walsh Charles F Murphy who presented the resolu tion caused the committee to con tribute an additional 500 making a total of 7500 raised within two minutesThomas F McAvoy Chairman of the committee said Magistrate Walsh was a good man and n good leader and Tammany Hall will not see any of those he left behind want for anything UNFOUNDED No Truth 1n Rumored Sale of St Josephs Infirmary A story of current gossip this negotiations sephs Infirmary were In prospect and that several big stores would be erected on the site In response to queries Sister Aurea the Mother Superior told n representative of the Kentucky Irish American We have no desire to sell There Is absolutelyt hotrnthinthisg6ssipj This is our home and here we pro pose to stay RECENT DEATHS Mrs William Deckmann died at the family residence 1300 Hamilton nvenue Tuesday afternoon and tine funeral took place from St Bunt faces church Thursday morning The deceased was twentyeight years old and was beloved by all who knew her The funeral of Mrs Elizabeth W Rehm who died Saturday night at the home of her daughter Mrs Lawrence Koeller 1317 Bardstown road took place from St James church Slliesday morning The de ceased was fiftysix years old and leaves many relatives to mourn her death Twice within n few months death Invaded the home of raml Mrs Thomas M Mornn of 515 Ohio ave nue Jeffersonville On March 2G their son Harry E Moran was taken from them by tuberculosis and on Wednesday morning another son James P Moran passed away of the same disease Ills funeral took place from St Augustines church Friday morning and was nt tended by a large crowd of sorrow ing friends Mrs Mary RIeger Seadler one of the best known women in German town died nt her home 057 South Shelby street Monday evening The funeral took place from St Vincent do Pauls church Thursday morning The deceased was fiftynine years old and is survived by her husband George Seadler Sr n well known contractor hind ten children The children are George William T J B Charles Urban apd Paul Seadler and Mesdames Charles Weber J H Hnber Bernard Heitkemper and Mm Ella Seadler Twentytwo grand children also survive HOME GOINti SOCIETY While the Irish in Ireland are preparing fOln national home coming in 1010 the Irish in America are preparing for the Irish home going An organization was formed IIn Washington last week with Francis J Kilkenny father of the idea nil President Senators Repre sentntives in Congress Cabinet offi cers and Judges of the Supreme Court will be asked to serve as honorary Vice Presidents The society is open to all on the payment of 1 XJAVE SATISFACTION Mnny Louisville people enjoyed a real treat this week by attending one of the performances of St Augus tines minstrels in the school yard Fourteenth and Broadway The rain and thunderstorm of Monday after noon were not calculated to enhance attendance at night but several hun dred people braved the elements and were rewarded with a genuine negrq minstrel show Tuesday night the crowd was larger and on Wednesday evening the capacity of the lawn was ttaxed Rev Father F lton was more than pleased with the way his friends tanned out 1 1 O EXCELLENT Itcsults Shown hy the Catholic Knights New Degree Tenor Every Branch lint Represent ativcsto Witness Initiatory Exercises Central Committee Is Proud ot Work Done by Young Men I ANNUAL OUTING ML COME NEXT Under the auspices of the Control Committee the Catholic Knights of America met at St Marys Hail Eighth and Grayson streets Friday night of last week to witness the Initiation of candidates It was tho first Initiation under the new ritual and all who saw it worn pleased not only with the lessons of faith hope and charity but with the work of the degree team individually and collectivelyPrevious to the initiation a short business session of the Central Com mittee was held with President John Schnlda in the chair and Thomas Feoly acting in the absence of Secretary Cruse As soon as the routine business had been disposed of President Schnlda summoned William T Median Chairman of the degree team to the chair Mr Mee hnn made n brief but an explicit address on the work that was about to be performed lIe told how th Supreme Trustees had indorsed the new ritual and how faithfully the Louisville team hind rehearsed to get the work as close as possible to per fection He then announced that there were five candidates for initiationThe exercises require a large hall to be properly developed and the team hind ample scope at St Marys the degree team was made up as follows Harry Veenemnn Jr Commander Anthony Montedonlco Jr Vice CommanderEugene A McCarthy Past Com mander Tames G Median Escort Dr C A Wunsch Gniird William dishing Sentinel Fred Schaldal Recording Secretary John Werner Financial Secretary Oscar Maicr Captain of the Guard Mlss Eddie Meehan presided nt the piano and her work added much to make the initiation impressive Attorney N G Rogers John Kelly Henry Bosquet Barney Coll Thomas Feely Joseph McGinn John B Mar phy Charles 11111 Patrick Holley Supreme Delegates Harry Veenemnn and Michael Relchert Henry Gott brath Ben Speaker Gus Kane and other veteran Knights representing every branch In Louisville and Jef fersonvllle were in attendance to witness the ceremonies All expressed themselves ns eminently well satisfied at the initiatory exercises and believe that the lessons taught will be productive of much good So enthused are the officers of Central Committee that they predict Kentucky will soon be In the front rank in building up the orderThe Entertainment Committee an nounced that an outing was being arranged at one of the local parks and that a definite statement would be made next week EXCELLENT WORK Jesuit Priest Organized Rest Cure For Laymen The retreat for men In New York City was concluded last Sunday and on Monday the laymen returned to their usual avocations The retreat was conducted at For hnnl College one of the largest Catholic Institu tions in the State or in the United States and is In charge of the Jesuits It was nonsectarian in character but the majority of those who took advantage of the occasion were Catholics Among those who of the retreat were tookmlvantngeI Municipal Court a paper matt three lawyers and two Wall street brokers Tho Rev Father Terrence J Shenly S J Supervised the retreat Those who participated arose at 0 oclock in the morning attended mass nt 7 break fasted at 745 heard instructions atI 9i conference at ll examination of conscience at 1215 dined at 1230 hind afternoon instruction at 330 supper at 630 evening instruction at 8J anti at 0 oclock retired The retreat was so successful that it may be made an annual affair J CATHOLIC PHILOSOPHER The heroic bronze bust of Hi r Orestes A Brownson Americas great Catholic philosopher which has been for years in possession of the Catholic Club of New York will lie unveiled with appropriate cero monies on October 12 Columbus day in one of the public parks at the metropolis A committee Is now con slurring the question of a site JOHN POLAN INJURED John Dolan one of the best known men1n the city and for thirty years a f remnfor hb Louisville Gas Comp nYft was seriously injured last week by coming In cpntract with a live wire Miv Dolan frM auperln tending the laying of certain pipe r C when an electrical worker dropped a heavily charged wire Into the trench whore tho men employed by the Louisville Lighting Company were at work Several men were Injured by coming In contact with the wire Ono man died as a result of his Injur s and Mr Dolans burns were so bad that he had to be romoved to the City Hospital While his condition Is much improved It may be sometime will elapse before he Is able to attend to his duties I HONEST MAN Pound Money But Took Trouble to Locate Owner John M Mulloy tho coffee man is certainly fortunate In his selection of employes said Another local uusiness man to a representative of the Kentucky Irish American Then he explained I sent my twelveyearold boy to the bank on Saturday with several checks and G250 in currency it was carelessness perhaps on my part to have done so Time boy came home howling When he got to the Commercial lank he found he had lost the money but not the checks 1 immediately notified the detectives and put an advertisement in one of the dally papers I went to the bank to straighten out matters and while there was informed that one of Mulloys drivers had found a sum of money on Market street in front of tho store They gave mo his name and address lie proved to be an old friend that I had not seen nor heard of for twenty years He told othetbillsgether aend handed over the money I wanted to give him something but he said no I finally prevailed on 1llIoftellsHIGH TRIBUTE Paid Pastor and People by Visitor From Ohio The Rev Father Thomas McGuire now of the Cleveland diocese but formerly of Preston lark Seminary Louisville is sojourning inLouisville for his health He preached the sermon at tho Sacred Heart church SundorHeday showing how God was always peopleFather the pastor the Rev Father Patrick Walsh and the parishioners who during the past year contributed 8000 to the church fund which in eludes the school fund the pastors salary and other necessary expenses In this work Father McGuire said the people had shown their great love for Almighty God and were giving thanks for the blessings be stowed upon them Father McGuire made n very favorable impression upon the members of Sacred Heart congregation ROUTINE AFFAIRS The Only Matter Before Division 4 This Week The attendance at the meeting of Division 4 A O II Monday night was only fair President John 11 llennessy presided and quite an amount of routine was disposed of Applications for membership were received from Richard Monohah and Samuel J Boldrlck John Mealy und William Coyne were reported ill and John J Score who recently sub mitted to a surgical operation at St Josephs Infirmary was reported able to be out Michael McDermott reported what the Catholic Federation was doing William Callaghan was appointed one of the delegates to the Federa tion William P McDonogh William J Connelly William Callaghan Thomas J Langan Fergus Toomey nnd Thomas Farrell were appointed on a committee to arrange an entertainment for tho members and their friends WEST BROADWAY SOCIALS Members of the West Broadway Social Club are working hard to make the outing at Spring Rank Park opposite Rlvervlew a great success on Monday August 0 Prof Morbachs band has been secured for the occasion and there will be music to delight young and old Oscar Weiss who has been placed In charge of the novel features has arranged to havo egg races for girls potato races for boys and a fat mana race will be served on the grounds The price of admission will be only ten cents and no chances will be allowed on the grounds DAMAGED UY FIRE Fire of unknown origin broke out in the sacristy of St Louis Ber trands church while the 0 oclock mass was in progress last Sunday The fire department was summoned and extinguished the flames after Gloss of 200 had been entailed Neither Father Kernan who was celebrant of Ute mass nor the par ishioners learned of the fire until tho conclusion of the services FONTAINE FERRY PARK I This week has marked a remarkable increase In attendance at Font Ferry Park Both the free concerts anti the vaudeville bill were excellent Even If there were no other attractions the verdant shades of Fontaine Ferry Park are enticing nqther excellent vaudeville bill and- remg aplendidmuMic is projntsed for the corning week FIGHTING For Blrrcll Laud Bill Is Irish Party Against Great Odds Hold Balance ot Power When Big Budget Is in Sight- LloydGeorge Would hither Concllato Thnn Oppose Itcdmoml CONCESSIONS ARE IN PROSPECT r A poet wrote Man never is But always to be blest It would seem that Ireland is in the same category with man though hopingher even to this 1 Jour The fate of the Birrell bill hangs in the balance 11 enticingAccordingthe Irish party Is netermlned tjmt none of the new land taxes from the Lloyd Geor a budget shall fall on the lands of tine new proprietors in Ireland although it supports the taxes as applied to land near towns The Liberals narrowly escaped defeat twice last week by coming into collision with the Irish and if the Labor party hind stuck to the Irish tho Liberals would have been de feated LloydGeorge is most anx- Ious not to hurt the Irishmen and they are anxious to support the bill he offers ns long as it does not hurt Ireland Twice last week Ireland took sides against the budget in tho House of Commons and the Liberals saw their majority reduced to thirty twoWhen LlpydGeorge introduced ldatk budget two different lines of policy were possible The first was to de clare war to the death against the LloydGeorgeas n result to join in the fight with time Tories and In time samo methods as the Tories are employing The tvcrydivisionthrow nil its men into the sametfilibustering as the Toriesin short to partyThobudget not as a whole but insofar as its proposals affected Ireland un fairlythat is to say to watch the land taxes so that they should not be a burden on tho great new race Of peasant proprietors which is growing up so rapidly In Ireland secondly to abate the license duties t so that they might not oppress the Irish publicans who are struggling for n living and thirdly to try to t reduce tho big tax on Irish whisky As to time first policy it could not have been carrried hut and most of them who proposed it either knew that it could not be carried out or were too ignorant politically to be counted A policy of war to the death against the budget and of close offensive and defensive alliance with the Tories would have meant that the Ministry would have been driven to drastic closure n little earlier thn closure the Ministry would have shut up Irish as well as Tory mouths and that thp members would have ridden their budget rough shod through the House of Commons And this meant again that exasperated by our irrecon cilable hostility regarding us as enemies with whom they could make neither pence nor war they would hdve refused us all concessions and the evils of the budget would have been either preserved in all their naked Injustice or aggravated The Irish members are watching the budget nightly voting for the clauses good for Ireland and voting against the clauses that are bad for their country The result is that they seem sure of big concessions now they may get larger conces sions later USEFUL LIFE CLOSED Theodore J Pulford fortyfour years old and a well known business man died at Jeffersontown Tuesday as the result of a complication of ailments Mr Pulford wag Assistant Superintendent of the large plant of B F Avery Sons and enjoyed the confidence and esteem of all who knew him He was a native of Louisville and was fortyfour years old His wife and four children survive him His mother Mrs Elizabeth Pulford his brother Harry Pulford and two sisters Misses Emma and Frankie Pulford also survive Tho funeral took place from Sacred Heart church Thursday morning and many old friends and former employes were In attendance JOINS TilE URSULINES Miss Mary Smith the talented daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Smith made her profession as an Ursuline nun at 1ItSt Josephs Daviess county last Wednesday Mr Smith and his entire family went to i Davtess county to witness her pro fession All were charmed with tho beauty of Mount St Joseph and Its environments Miss Smith was aCvery popular girl and would grace any circle of society but forsook the world to lead a religious life MEMPHIS DELEGATES Chickasaw Council Y M I lit Memphis Tenn has elected George Lanedglegataa i will meet in Louisville next month JL J Regan and 5dward F Lonjj iriottl were chosen alternate 1 U jrv C ti i pr 1 KENTUOKY IRISH AltJERIOAN and Moral Adv IRISH nccmcment of flMERIGflN Irish Americans and CatholIcs Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers IILOUISVILLE PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C at the LouUvllle Poitofllce al SecoadCUu Wetter t- a to the TRADES KENTUCKY LABEL UNION COUNCIL IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West flues St KY SATURDAY JULY 17 1909 EDUCATION IS NECESSAUYI Vacation is waning and the timeJ for parents to consider the proper hnndiInlarge city in the Union there shouldI I be no excuse for sending public or nonCatholic schools Catholic parochial schools academiesI and colleges are Improving each yens and in many places they are better than the best of socalled non t sectarian institutions In the New York Normal College last June theJ highest average was reached by Miss Catherine C Spillman a pupilI of St Stephens school She made 97 25 per cent df tho nineteen other girls from tho same school allI passed the examination and many of them made over 90 per cent That is onlyone instanco of the superiority of Catholic schools The church teaches that there is but one thing necessary tbc salva tion of the soul Parents andI guardians are responsible for the salvation of the souls under theirr care and it is their duty to see that their charges have not only an education t but a first class Christian education Wherever it is possible parents should send their boys to college Men handicapped with poor educations must remain at a standstill Some men with limited educa tloji have achieved success have be come noted as masters of commerce noted In the fields of literature and art If these same men had the proper opportunity their success would have come earlier When you send your boy to col lege you do not have to make a professional man of him The bar isI overcrowded andoften Jt wouldl seem that there are more physicians than patients On the other hand the demand for men expert in mechanical lines is greater than the supply Electrical and mechanical engineers are commanding good sal aries everywhere The man who knows what to do and why he does it is the man that gets the money Stina a little and send your boy to college or better still to one of thei t great Catholic universities It will pay you in the end BAlmy WILL WOUK The Post hint held up Edward A Harry to scorn as a bartender Mr Barrys sole offense Is that lie is the Democrat nominee for County Assessor and is one of the strongest menon the ticket For several years he was an Inspector in the city health office and did his work faithfully and well When he was let out by the resent city administration he went to work for his brother L John J Barry who has a saloon on East Market street Ed Barry does not conslder it a disgrace to work even if it were as a dispenser of drinks lie might have had the ambition certainly he has the talent to lbea journalist but the Louisville Post did not offer him any induce mentIf elected Ed Barry will make a careful competent and energetic official He is as clean and upright as any man connected with the Louisville Post IS IT WOUTII TRYING The Jesuits of New York have established a new rest cure and the example seems to be worthy of emu altlon In Louisville and in other cities and towns There are Catholics in Louisville who can not afford to go to high priced watering places for rest and recreation but who do spare the time to spend a day or two at a fishing camp Many of them would just as well enjoy two or three days perhaps a week at a spiritual retreat conducted by one of the religious orders Absolute Idleness Is not good for man Neither do men desire It They must bUsy them selves with something and the man who declares he wants a rest means that he wants a change from his dally avocation Judges and attorneys grow tired of the dally grind no J matter how fascinating are the problems laid before them but one days absolute idleness becomes Ji nauseating to them It is tho same with doctors architects mechanics and laborers They may go to visit friends or visit sylvan scenes but they are busy Why not give these tired men a chance to get busy with the saving of their Immortal souls Nearly every parish has Its ralseiori every two or three years but these are usually In the fall winter or spring A spiritual retreat during the summer when the world seems atltsbe t when the fruits of field and orchard are ready for thaharvest geerripvery desirable At tlia season man has before him the risible love of thiCrvatof fSr Hisi creatures tke fruits and the grains This is theI time to return thanks to our I omnipotent Father i iIt might mean rising a trifle earlier and hearing a little more ofI tho word of God a little more exam inatlon of conscience but it ouid be a change and the men who en gaged in it would return to theirII ordinary duties refreshed and bette men Is the experiment worth try ing in Louisville Fo the first time in Its hlstor Louisville has clear water and the credit is due to two men now dead doubIthe greatest engineer that ever lived in this city He had confidence in monIthan thirty years President of tho Louisville Water Company had con fldence in Mr Hermany To these two men now asleep in death is the credit due for filtered water For a living man to accept tho credit and to sit at a banquet in his honor would bo like stealing a dead mans shoes His only excuse would be the dead man does not need them Prohibition is State wide in Georgia Yet during the six months closing July 1 the records of the Police Court of Atlantis shower 1875 arrests for drunkenness as against 1123 for the same period in 1908 Once more tho people ask Does prohibition prohibit Residents of Mobile Ala have learned that prohibition does not prohibit It is alleged that only two saloons in the town have closed despite State wide prohibition USE OF WORDS According to some of the recog nized authorities the Standard Dic tionary contains more than 300000 words and the Century Dictionary something more than 225000 It may be interesting to note in this connection that not more than 30000 of these words are in practical use at this period In all his classic productions Shakespeare makes use of only about 15000 words while Milton head command of about half as ofv superior culture and education at tile present time are generally credited with vocabularies of no more than 5000 words The average person makes use of from 2000 to 3000 while the illiterate classes find 300 words quite sufficient to express their united stock of ideas GROWING POPULATION The vital statistics of the German published over the showing The figures in dicate that the population increased 900000 during the twelve months The births during the year were 2060973 a slight falling off from tho previous year Thal a nation with such powers of multiplication exults one well known Nationalist journal need not be concerned approachesthehour is as clear as daylight DONT MISS MASS Tho Catholic that allows himself to grow negligent about hearing mass on Sundays is losing the faith He can not hope to have the grace of God infused into his soul if he per sistently neglects the means of ob taining it Missing mass Is the first sign of Indifference and unbelief The horrible practice of staying away from mass on Sunday implies the neglect of other Catholic duties LIFE SAVING DEVICE To prcfent nn explosion of dust or gas in the event of an incandescent globe breaking in a mine a new lamp has been devised in which the usual globe is inclosed in another filled with air Should either globe break its said the air would extinguish the carbon before it could I ignite tho dust or gas- BEEFICIAL RAYS According to a French scientist the rays from incandescent lights are beneficial to human health de stroying bacteria stimulating circulation and cellular activity and re ducing pain NEW HARBOR ENTRANCE yearstothe new entrance to New York harbor which when finished will be 20QO feet wide and forty deep SOUNDS OOOIi The only clothing worn by a tribe of Brazilian Indians who inhabit an island at the mouth of the Amazon river Is a sort of earthenware apron SALT IN PLENTY v Austria believes it lies an inex hausliblesupply of salt almost the byleposftsKITCHEN HINTS cabbgedandelion uPQfUandiltlercare any in ttoia u Lan SOCIETY Daniel Russell is visiting friends iin I New Albany I Miss Jennie Egan of Chicago iSs visiting Mrs Samuel McKenna Mr and Mrs Edward J Boslcr are in New York to remain until August Miss Amelia Downing isdsitlngI Miss Mary Hughes at Bowling Green I Miss Catherine Fitzgerald Is spend fig the week with friends at Evans vllle I I Miss Alice Schnulie is visiting rein tlves and friends in Missouri Kansa land Colorado 1 Mrs Sam J Pant has as her gues her mother Mrs Sylvester Rapier of New Haven I IMiss Minnie enrnsis spending I in Chicago and othc i Northern resorts Miss Nellie Hnnley of 1214 Wes Oak street is visiting friends and i relatives in Nashville Miss Georgia Ferriell is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs George A Ferriell at New Haven Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Welch of Beechmont are visiting friends in Atlantic City Louis J Kieffer and Will Daly have returned from Hardin Springs where they spent their vacations Mrs W J Mahoney and children of Crescent Hill are spending the summer at South Pittsburg Tenn Mrs P J DeLeull and children art expected home next week from New Haven where they visited relatives William DIerkin and Edward Lynch have returned from Frankfort where they were extensively enter tamed Mrs Emma Reilley and nieces Misses Bernardino and Loretta Liston are visiting French Lick Springs Misses Mnyme and Edna OBrien and Julia May Hession are expected home today after a two weeks sTay in Cincinnati Miss Percy Doyle of Jeffersonvillc Is visiting friends at Cambridge Mass where she expects to spend the summer Miss Anna Lee Ward and Samuel Rodman popular young people of Bardstown were married in that city on Thursday MHss Estelle Kehoe daughter of Mr and Mrs M J Kehoe of Jeffer sonville is taking a summer course at Hanover College Miss Julia Burns of Clifton enter tained last Saturday in honor of Misses Agnes Tobin and Henrietta Richie of Bowling Green Misses Margaret and Bridgie Con naughton left Louisville Sunday and on Thursday sailed for Paris They wilt be gone several weeks MUss Elizabeth Molloy one of Shelbyvilles most popular girls is the guest of Miss Mary Kent at Kentwobd Jefferson county William Finn one of Indianapolis most successful undertakers lion re turned home after a brief visit to his sister Mrs William T Speak Miss Elizabeth Grant of Parkland has as per guests Miss Margaret Sheridan of Frankfort Ind and Miss Mabel Puller of Indianapolis Miss Katherine McAughnn of South Twelfth street who has been confined to her home with an attack of rheumatism is now able to be out Miss Annie McGill who has been spending severeal weeks in New Thprsday months Mrs James R Vathen and daugu ter Miss Nora and James B Wathen Jr and wife spent last Week visiting relatives in Lebanon and vicinity Misses Rose and Susie Mullaney and little niece Susie Connelly have gone to Memphis Tenn to spend two weeks with their cousin Miss Katie Talty and other relatives and friends William T Speak who came homo to witness the graduation of his son Joseph J Speak has returned to Salem Ill where he holds a re sponsible position with a Railroad company Mrs Charles Desmond and young son have returned home after a de lightful visit to Duckers Franklin county where they were the guests of Mrs Michael Ilogan a sister of Mrs Desmond Edward L Pope and bride returned rom their honeymoon trip Tuesday and for tho present will be at home to their friends with the brides par nts rand Mrs M J McQlusky on South Brook street Eugene A McCarthy a prominent igure in the Catholic Knights of America leaves today to spend two reeks at SandUsky Ohio with his uncle Daniel McCarthy and his wife who was formerly Miss Lucy OCon nor Judge Matt ODoherty nUll Mrs Doherty will san from New YorkI for Ireland on July 24 Judge Doherty has earned a vacation omething he rarely avails himself of and will remain abroad seyernI lonths Martin J Robertson and bride fly rived in Louisville Monday after an extenSive trip through the East and are at home to their friends at 626 North TAventyrthird street Mrs lobertson was formerly Miss Mary Josephine Mllllgan MINI8TRII COMING HOMK It N announced in Washington 1 u that Hon Maurice Francis Egan poet author literary critic and at present the United States Minister to Denmark will return to this coun try on n visit next month Ills wife and daughter are now en route to tfie United States There is current gossip in Washington that Mr Egan will be given n better post in the United States GERMAN AMERICANS Of Kentucky Pass Resolutions Opposing Sumpt uary Statutes The Kentucky branch of the Ger mauAinericnn Alliance met at Coy ington the first of this week and tin Louisville delegates were very much in evidence and came in for a fail share of the offices The delegates adopted resolutions deploring the prohibition wave and called upon the Legislature of Kentucky to enact statutes more favorable to the legiti mate liquor trade and to repeal other statutes antagonistic to the liquor trade The resolutions will also include an appeal to the Legis lature to consider German as a part of tile public school text The new officers arc John Hublg Newport President Sebastian Weis back Louisville First Vice Presi dent William C Beckman Dayton Second Vice President Albin Wolff Covington Corresponding Secretary Alfred Reinhart Newport Financial Secretary Anton Gelstlich Louis vine delegate to the national con rent ion John Hollenbach Louisville Chairman of the Legislature Commit tee OLD MAN GROUCH Driven to Cover By Good Work of Louisville Team The splendid showing made by the Louisville baseball team this past week has driven the knockers to their holes the star playing of Outfielder Reilly coupled with his hitting be ing an awful jolt to tho men with a grouch against individual members of the team The Colonels will wind up their series at Indianapolis to morrow and return home to begin a fivegame series with John Mc Oloskeys Milwaukee team on Tues day One special source of pride to the loyal fans of late has been tho satis faction of defeating the Indianapolis Hoosiers and the decisive beating of Louis Durham with tho Columbus team While on the subject of the Columbus team tho attention of the local management should be called to the actions of Odwell whose lan guage is Insulting to tho spectators ant espepially to the clergy and ladles who are now attending the game in great numbers Rowdy ball players should not be tolerated WELL EARNED REST John J Slattery one of the best known and most influential businessmen in Louisville has retired from the Presidency of the Todd Donigan Iron Company and his resignation was accepted with regret Mr Slat tery became President of the com pany when the firm was organized in 1881 and remained at its head for twentyeight years He will con tinue to act as a Director of the company Richard W Donigan another member of the firm succeeds Mr Slattery as President INTERESTING LECTURES Prof J D Creager who conducts a commercial college at Second and Breckinrhlge streets gave a lecture at his college Wednesday night on SystemsProfan instructive talker and held the attention of his audience for nearly practlcc1demonstrntion pupils Miss Louise norell1 riling who developed a speed of 249 words a minute BIG TIME TONIGHT Louisville letter carriers will have their annual outing at Fontaine Ferry Park this afternoon and even lung A big wheel from which many prizes will be drawn Is one of the attractive features This will be in charge of Charles S Itaidy one of the most popular men who ever wore the gray uniform of a letter carrier The proceeds of the picnic will be devoted to the benevolent fund of the carriers OUTING FOR ORPHANS The outing for the benefit of St Josephs Orphan Asylum will be held on the asylum grounds Crescent Hill on Wednesday August 11 Many novel attractions will be offered and at night the lawn will be Illuminated with electric lights and Japanese lanterns The officers of the society pre Frank G Harpring Central Ires ident W M Block Recording Secretary Edward Hill Financial Secre tary and Frank P Senn Treasurer ASYLUM HOSPITAL The Trustees of St Josephs Orphan Asylum have opened a hospital on the asylum grounds It will be used wh never eruptive diseases levelcp and thus the patients will bo Isolated from the other children The builidng now converted into a hospital was formerly used as a res dence by the overseer of the asylum rounds EDUCATORS IN SESSION The sixth annual convention of tho Catholic Educational Association meta Boston this week arid all the lead J ng Catholic educational institutions are represented Louisville Is represented by the Rev Brother James of st Xavier College St Marys Col age Marlon county also has representatives there NOTED PRIEST ILL The Rev Father Thomas J DuceyI p8stor ofSt Leos church New fork City and a nanof national lame is seriously ill at his home in j be great metropolis A fortnight ap Jas piyiel n decided to 6p4rt y EMI ANNU J- CLEARANCESALE OP- p Entire Stock Hi hGrade Furniture Continues Throughout the Month In the semiannual clearance sale of Highgrade Furniture perhaps more than in any other of this stores big events the mighty power of the organization with which the Stewart Dry Goods Company is affiliated is most strikingly exemplified Think of the great possibilities open to the managing buyer known to be the biggest furniture buyer in the world who can go to the great furniture manufacturing centers prepared to exe cute any trade deal that might be conceived no matter how great the quantity or how much capital might be required to handle it This enormous buying power naturally brings to this store the cream of really good things the various big makers have to offer theretailer and brings the cost price to the lowest level and is the principal reason why this store can and does sell furniture of the highest grade at prices lower than elsewhere Every Piece of Furniture in Stock Reduced 10 per cent o to 50 per cent Less Than Regular Prices+ I STEWART DRY GOODS CO Incorporated 1M CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCKEEBY fc CO NEW YORL tj oocessaoojsaaceaaaacKKaacoec JI O I SUBSCRIBE FOR THE 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANJ 5 Brightest Catholic Weekly In the Southwest S ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR i Subscribe Now and Get All the Particulars of the Big Irish Home Coming Next Year Foreign Countries 150 Per Year Home Phone 946 IwyyQffs Q on him on account of intestinal troubles and while ho realized the of tho surgeons knife he refused the use of anaesthetics Hopes for his recovery are enter tained RETREAT CLOSED The annual retreat for the Sisters of Loretto was concluded at the mother house of the order in Marion county yesterday The religious ex ercises were conducted by the Rev Father Isidore C P Several hun dred nuns irom other parts of the United States came to Kentucky for this retreatjj ANOTHER NEW CIIURCIf The Itev Father George Harding recently assistant pastor at 1aducah has formed a congregation at Fern Creek Jefferson county and hopes to be able to build a church in the near future For the present the house of George L Long is being used for religious services DOMINICAN VISITOR The Rev Father T II Justa 0 P is paying a brief visit to relatives and friends in Louisville Father Justa is now attachedto St Vincent Ferrers Convent in New York City He is a native of Louisville and has many old friends here DELEGATE TO CHICAGO Police Commissioner John P 1111I ply of Jeffersonville is in Chicago this week attending the meeting of the Supreme Board of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America lIe will have something of interest to tell when ho returnsII FANCIES OF FASHION Hosiery novelties include stockings of shaded silk II Overskirts of soft material are modish and are here to stay Valenciennes pace real and imita tion is in demand once more v Cluny lace is as great a favorite as it was a season or two ago I The amethyst tones from deep to lighttareln the height of fashion I The pointed syafst line is n novelty after the straight cross effects of the All empire of the cutII as the finer roll at the brim The silk skirts pre tight fitting to the knees then a full sun plaiting is used as a finish Foulard facing for the smart revers sounds a new note in tailoring and dress combinations jLI Folds and fichus over the shoulders are quite a feature of theI summer evening dresses Linen end pique outing hats trimmed with a severe band of pat ent leathersare popular In millinery there i1a decided taste for the combination off black and dark purpli li bluer Morning robes and tea gowns are- appnletrwlthout slaevO Jceeptasl nc III Prices CutI Now On All OverII I the louse At LEVYSI Mens and Boys Cloth- Ing Furnishings Hats and Shoes Ladles and- Girlsi Shoes and Hosiery IAll new Spring and Summer styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices they are made of contrasting materialHat demand that the hair be flat at the front wide at tbojj sides and full at the back t Nget to the popular amethyst colorings the favorite of Paris lust now is a faded light green White wash braid with a dash of color is an exceedingly pretty trim ruing for a young glrlfs wash dress necklaces ofnalcutj b beads will be wont much this summer toy those who favor tYioellrrleesgowns In FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Free Band Concerts High Class Vaudeville Dancing and Popular Features FREE GATE RIVERVIEW PARK Louisvilles Brightest Spot FREE CONCERTS Catering especially to ladies and children Dancing every afternoon and evening ex cept Sunday FINEST PARK RESTAURANT IN THE SOUTH SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILES FOR 150 ON THE ELEGANT STEAMERS City of Cincinnati City of Louisville One of the above steamers leaves wharfhoat foot of Third street every Sunday at Q a m goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 8 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY SOc PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES fOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImproV3dwith new equipments throughout Par des or Societies should consult the man gement of Phoenix Hill before closing ontracts Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Wkh laad Drmig ladies ad ChMreo a Specialty IIOQPODj It- a f o 4Io I 1 t- I KI NTUc KYIRrSH AlIIERICAN NNNNNIiNNN1N NNNNNNNNNNNa-NN MONUMENTS NNNNNN 4NNNNN 11- I ItY I ifni Y CLASS MONUMENTS at exceed ingly low prices Cand examinett I MULDOON MONUMENTl COe i 318320 WEST GREEN STREET i 10 N NNNON NNNN NINNNNN++ HOME PHONE OBuCUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East JtIain Street II t I I I D J DOUGHERTY S1 McELLIOTT e DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalners Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t t tt NNNA NNLONNN 4+44444444444 4444444 +4444 + J E TRACY L H STRAUB iBOTH PHONES 33II TRACY STRAUB i FUNERAL DIRECTORS CmWa AND EMBALMERSII NNNNNN NHi 4 NNrNNe 4 4 444 4 Oran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AH Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETA TELEPHONE 810 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarrlaltes 1225 W MARKET ST 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 reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTtiERMARYREGINAMERCY Sparks Avenue Jelteraavllle lad BY ftAIJJ 1 PPOLSU DYER AND GLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing AppanlI WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3635 528 Fifth Stre- etHUJ4RYflUMOLD BKAUSR IN Stapli and Fancy Grocirta A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNEGTHIN 000W1i kIipeda1trn M aelptoM M 540 W i WALMWT 1 FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to Jm F MAYER I 419 W MARKET ST II- COC 8C9CC8C8C dC6C8 8KiC8C6CK K8C6K8X CBTHOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- HeleotroPe Etc emetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS=FINE WINES AND IDUOJ- SSDlatl1lersand Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BONO TSlpklteatl41li ZS4 SIXTH SjltflT il t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr Q tbe Put WeekUeneral- Ncws Note I Division 1 of Covington took InI eleven netv members It the last Initiation Duluth Minn yield n joint initia tlon lust Sunday and put through a class Of 200 Con Hnllnlmn of Indiana Harbor is us loyal a Hibernian as then he left Louisville nine years ago Twenty candidates were initiated at the last regular meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary at New Britain ConnJ T Walsh has been elected Mempl1lsTennJames Iteiy Division 7 of Superior Vis char tered a special train to Duluth Minn Sunday to witness the initia tion of a large class Memphisdivisionorganization will have 200 members enrolled before next St Patricks dayDivision 1 of Norwich Conn car rimed its new Irish flag in the parade on the occasion of the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the townState President Foley of New Hampshire has called on all the Ladies Auxiliaries in the State to make efforts to increase their mem bership Boston Hibernians will have a field Septembermembers of the order are expected to be present Germans have united with the Hibernians In an endeavor to give a cordial reception to the national delegates when they meet in lortland next year Jlev Father John Cavanaugh C S C President of Notre Dame Col Ilylaudshistorya text book in tho university Tom Dolnns Portland team has challenged Division 4 to another tng of war The contest will be pulled of on the Shlppingport grounds ut 11 oclock tomorrow morning Division 11 of Dorchester Mass timirtyfivefiremen its rolls This division was instituted two months ago and has 250 mem bersThe State Board of the Ladies Auxiliary in New Hampshire has of fered a handsome banner to time division in that State that will se cure the most new members before January 1010 At the fair for the benefit of St Cecilias church Syracuse which will Auxiliaryhasthe Hibernians presided over the refreshmentsAt Mass a committee of Hibernians examined the boys of St Jeromes school in Irish history and were so well pleased with the result that they presented the nuns with two works on Irish history Hibernians and Knights of Colum bus played a game of ball at Bing hnmton on Monday July 5 where the Hibernian picnic was in prog ress Two thousand spectators saw the Knights defeated by a score of twelve to one Several hundred ladies and gentle men visited St Columbas parochial school hall Buffalo N Y to wit ness the conferring of a gold medal for the study of Irish history on Howard E Le Barr a fifteen year old boy His essay Is Ireland Capable of SelfGovernment was enjoyed by all who heard it The proudest man in Division 4 is Tom Campion former policeman and now commission merchant In explaining his absence from the Hibernian picnic July 4 he said I would like to have been there but business before pleasureI had to stay home and nurse the twins A boy and girl had arrived at his home just when Torn was getting ready to help in the tug of war BISHOP MAES BETTER The Right Ilev C P Maes Bishop of Covlngtoh went to Michigan a fortnight ago in order to recuperate The latest advices are to the erffecjt that His Lordship is making rapid improvement RETREAT AT NAZARETJI The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth are having their annual retreat at Nazareth this week It is being con ducted by the Ilev Father Xavier Sutton an eloquent Passlonist priest NEW CHOIR DIRECTOR Miss Louise Shelley a talented young musician has consented to play the organ and direct the choir at St Louis Bertrands church at the childrens mass during the summer UltSULTXES DEVOTION This week time Itev Father Wilfrid every C P has been conducting a retreat for the Ursuline nuns in Dnviess county It will close today CURE FOR RHEUMATISM This dimple rule has cured rheumatic troubles of long standing Be careful to follow directions Dis solve onehalf teaspoonful of cooking soda the best In onehalf Talewater nearly hot Is better three times a day onehalf hour before eating for three consecutive days then skip three days then take it three days and so on for six weeks or more according to the severity of the case The soda is for excess of acid in the system ttiq cause of many of our ailments USING TIlE WIND Over 1000 American windmills were erected in Cape Colonyand elsewhere in South Africa last year WORK FOR THE HENS i sliqrsthat11thatljKKpOOQOO received on Manfcat Islandl this year and that they wqlcoat aboui nifldJMQ t r IJ 4 THE SCOTCHIRISH A Are ye gnngln to time meetin to the mcetln o the clans With your tartans anti your pibrochs lirogans1ThereI shire and Mulligans from Maine- McCarthys from Missouri and a Ten nessee McShnne DaccysbyAnd O 1 arrnl of Virginia whom the Trilbyites adore There are Cochranes born Cor coran as polished as you pleaseAnd nndII MurphysAnd lungtti slueAs we quaff the flowing haggis to our lasses bonnie oyne And well join in jubilation for the thing that we arc not I For we say we arent Irish and God lknows we arent Scot JACOI1SWEAVER Capt John Jacobs of the No 8 Engine Company and for eighteen years a member of the Louisville fire department and Miss Josie A Weaver a daughter of Mrs AmeliaI Weaver of 1023 Twentyeighth I atIthe ceremony they were entertained by Judge Hudson of this ctallllater went to Buffalo N X where they are the guests of Capt James Jacobs who is now sojourning in the East Capt Jacobs and his bride have been sweethearts for some time but only recently decided to give their friends in Louisville the slip and be married on the quiet Their friends in Louisville wish them many years of joy- UNITY COUNCILS OUTING Unity Council Y M I of New Albany will give Its annual outing at Olenwood Park next Monday The members invite all their friends and members of the order to come and bring their friends or sweethearts along Dancing and euchre will help while away the afternoon hours and at night the Manhattan Minstrel Company will give a performance The price of admission will be only ten cents but an extra fee will be charged for dancing and the minstrel show YOUNGEST BISHOP The Right Ilev George W Mundelein S T D the new Aux iliary Bishop of Brooklyn is the youngest Bishop in America if not in the world Bishop Mundelein was born in New York City thirtyseven years ago After graduating from Manhattan College he pursued his studies for the priesthood in Koine UlglltHevsistant he has now become VISITS IllS FRIENDS Con Ilallahan a former resident visitingfriendscityduringyears after removing from Louisville Mr Ilallahan made his home in St yearsheAmerican Steel Foundries at Indiana Harbor near Chicago Ills many old home friends are glad to welcome him GERMAN CATHOLICS TO MEET The fiftythird annual convention of the German lloman Catholic Verein of North America will be SeptemberThissocieties in the United States and in the entire world and its members are noted for their fealty to holy mother church Louisville will be represented at the forthcoming con vention ST GEORGES LAWN FETE I The congregation of St Georges church in Marydale will have n lawn fete on time church grounds on the afternoon and evening of July 20 and 27 The funds that accrue will be used to help build a new church to take the place of the present small structure Rev Father George Weiss expects all his old friends to assist in making the lawn fete a success RETAIL CLERKS COMING The Retail Clerks International Protective Association will hold its biennial convention In Louisville next Tuesday and from all indications it promises to be the largest meeting ever held by the organlatlon Representatives are expected from every State in the Union and Local G4 will leave nothing undone to entertain their guests In true Kentucky style Moll ANTHONY HONORED On Thursday the New York State branch of the Daughters of the American Revolution dedicated a granite arch at Stony Point to the memory of Mad Anthony Wayne Gen Wayne was a hero of the Revo lutionary War and the son of Irish parentsw COLUMBIA ATHLETIC CLUB Tho Columbia Athletic Club will hold Its annual picnic and bratwurst test at Phoenix Hill Park on the evening of Monday August 9 The club is made up of young men of St Vincent de Pauls parish who are banded together for social purposes MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Jeffersonville Hibernians cordially Invite Louisville friends to their moonlight excursion which will be September at 8 oclock and Jeffersonville at 830 oclock SEVENTYF1bTII BIRTHDAY r seventyfivebut the formal celebration will not take place until fall GOOD FOR STOCK A little lima sprinkled in a wateiS Jrigr trough used or live took will keep the water svfeet and prevent the formation of stoat n t f IRELAND Record of the Host Irnportant of the Recent Event Culled From Exchanges IrThe ofII ltiIgrettedIn County Klldnre Justice P J I Doyle hns been reelected Chairmen of time Nuns Board of Gut rdians From various counties comes the splendidweatllerRev Father pastorGnlaJcomesCalmerIistraneRev Father Collins who has been ministering to tIle people of North toCountyLimerick County Council by a vote infavortanned by direct labor DelnllJhaetJleIongfordThe Rev Father Meehan who has been professor at St Jarlattts Col lege County Mayo Is a fluent speaker of the Irish language ConnlngtonisBollymote County SlIgo The present school may be taken for a town hall Daniel ODonoghue and Michael CountyClareorders and will soon be ordained priests Great regret is felt in Mitchell town County Cork over time death of Daniel J McCarthy who for many years was a successful merchant in that town Hereafter the Coroner of Limerick must be able to understand the Irish Inngunge The matter was settled by a vote of nineteen to six In the County Council Thomas Heffernnn an employe of the Galway Urban Council was knocked down by a horse and re ceived injuries front which he flied within an hour Mrs Elizabeth Dillon diet at her home nenr Galway County Kilkenny at the age of 101 years She had never been ill enough in her life to require the services of a doctor At the opening of the Crown Ses sions County Derry the Recorder congratulatea the grand jury be cause there were only three cases of comparative importance to be heard GorlYCountJatII ncUinjen New South Wales heirs have been asked to communi cute with Rev John Durneyof that placeThe Right Rev Bishop Browne pre sided at the obsequies of the Rev Father Eugene OlHordnn who died CountyCorkseventy years old Mrs Mary ONeill who was born in the diocese of Armagh and who It is said never was outside of it is dead at the ago of 108 years Her remains were Interred in the churchyard of Brougberg Miss Eileen Campbell of Dun given County Derry recently swam from the Skerries off Portrush to the mainland a distance of one and a half miles ann received many congratulations for her pluck nnd en durance Jphn F Murphy of Stonetown County Louth has been appointed a member of the commission of peace for the county The appointment was made by the Lord Chancellor on recommendation ot Sir Henry Bellingham Mr Murphy has been a member of the Louth Rural Dis trict Council and has always proven himself a progressive and en lightenedmember DRIVES AWAY FLIES Mignonette is abhorred by flies and in a room where pots of the flower are set no fly will linger for a moment Now is the time to sow the seeds and for early blooming the pots must be subjected to gentle heat Instead of flypapers and bore rib sticky brown mixtures left about a room in glass dishes what a blessed resource as a deterrent to the irritating fly is the sweet whole some flower of mignonette SMOTHERED POTATOES For one quart of sliced or chopped raw potatoes make a pint of sauce with one pint of milk Season with salt and pepper and mix thoroughly with the potatoes adding a smut onion if desired Place in a buttered dish cover and bake an hour or longer according to quality and temperature Uncover and brown the last twenty minutes after sprendfng with a wellbeaten egg CARROT HANGING BACKETS Take a large carrot cut out the center Time small end you cut off Turn it upside down run a string through each side to hang It up by the window Keep it filled with water and in a little while you will see it sprout and grow little fine leaves making a fine vine IDEA OF LAZY MAN To save a person getting up on n cold morning to start the kitchen fire a Montana man has patented an attachment to an alarm clock which strikes a bundle of matches and pushes them into tt piece of inflam mable material under the grate IMMENSE TRAFFIC At the present rate of increase in time travel of the New York subways it will mean the carrying of yenrthanPICKLED CHERRIES Seven pounds 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s at all times essential and there is no time when It Is ap preciited more than in the summer A- FARRANDCECILTA3ST PIANOWill supply this music If there is so one In the family that selectioncanIs to Insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks toatosecureshow you more about the FarrandCeclllan t ONTENEGRO = RIEtlM MUSIC CO Incorporated UUlHono PURTH AVENUE 4++4 4 + +++ + + 1 1N1N1NNNONNNNO I Creagers Business School J D CREAQER Principal lokkeeplns Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting and kin subjects taught Day and Night Sessions Students may iiB at any time Our system has superior i Itexperienced teachers and the nicest quarters o polhli I HUUUU For Tea Or Coffee Call MuIIoy Hell send you dependable goods the kind that have built up his big business Phone a trial order for his SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC 45cexcellent 1 ULLOy COFFEE LVi ROA9TBR 1 Home Phone uaj SSla W JVIARICIST STREET yVCKKf0 JJ t i TENNISRACKETS Daisy 150 and 125 Lob 200 Essex250Prince HorsmanAI t 650 irrr L U Slotted Throat 750 Doherty 800 75cGOOdrichParand Slazenger Balls Sutcliffe Championship Balls 3 for 100 Practice Balls 25c each Double Court Nets 1 and up Tennis Shoes 65c 1125 150 pr i 6 M 1ij flcoil 0 p 10lNN1 1N011NN0 10M 1 N1NNNNONNIN i I WE WANT YOUR WORK i I Were Prepared to Do It promPtJyl1 and in FirstClass a I I i PRINTINGf i Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 I r i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN t31O WEST GRKESIV SrRGET k J I NNWNNN NNNNNNNIO NNNNININ NNN RJ Te CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and f Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Celled For and Delivered hHi Phensl 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 7I371S SEVENTH STREET I AUSE THE HOME TELEPHONEI BOTH LONG AND SHORT DISTANCE t Has the Largest Number qf Subscribers and the Bit Service That Can Be Obtained ln LW I I n 0 LATEST 1 Stunt ot Foster Is to Arrest Mnu Twice tor Snmc- Oilense Emmet McDermott Is Beaten by Jnvert of Our City Police Republicans Are Dropping Oil Ticket and Causing Scare ABOUT THE BUILDING LAWS Cnpt Robert J Foster bobbed up Sundaylieassaulting J 11 Greenwell of the Mammoth Grocery Company Henry Lopping a well known young busi ness man and others during the past year This time it was Emmet McDermott a molder and for all Foster knew a man without friends The assault occurred last Sunday at noon and from nil accounts was absolutely unprovoked McDermott boards with John lines who conducts a saloon nt Seventeenth and Main streets Last Sunday morning he was standing in front of Blaes place and had just addressed Frank Senn Are you going to the ball game this after noon V was McDermotts question Just then a hand was laid on his coat collar and he was jerked forcibly around Dont tear my collar Foster Ill go with you if that is what you want said the in offensive man and then Foster planted a blow on his face loosening several of his teeth McDermott was taken to the Fourth district station nnd was charged with loitering Sbon after John Dines with whom he boards went of his bond and secured his release Mr Blaes is a veteran of the Union army a member of tIle Grand Army of the Republic and an Intense Republican but he dislikes Injustice and brutality He wilt see McDermott through his troublesIMonday morning the McDermott east was called in court and the de fendant failed to answer Mr Rlaes explained that his friend was at his attorneys office After half an hour Judge McGee declared McDermotts bond forfeited and ordered an at tachment or bench warrant for him His trial is set for today About three weeks ago McDermott was arrested at the instance of Foster and at the same corner Two policemen swore he had not worked in twentyfive years Then the President of the Louisville Stove Company produced time books to show that McDermott had worked every day except when the foundry was shut down Now Foster has a new charge of loitering aginst Mc DermottOne the Kentucky Irish AIDeri ans readers Inquires Is it not a t11IrjteenShelby and Rupp streets because the wall was built of eightInch hollow cement blocks but let other similar work go through Does the present city administra tion home Itappreciate industry I would seem not Henry Ferguson I night fireman at the City Hall a- very efficient man was discharged I and n stranger from Kansas City has been installed in his place I Rats desert a sinking ship says an old proverb and the RepublicanII yacht seems to have I Tames L Clnrk and John Snunders j two of the nominees for AM rmen dropped out this week Both are business men of standing and both realized the company they were in JUVEKVIEW PARK This has been a big week at River view Park In fact it has been the II great week of the season Webers baud gave the concerts during the afternoon and evening until Thurs day when it was compelled to go to Philadelphia to fill another engage ment Next week Gillilamls Black I HUssar band will furnish the music every afternoon and evening It is said to be the most elaborately tint formed band in the United States B D Gilliland the director is one of the best known and most popular bandmasters in America BASEBALL AUTHORITY Frederick Bismarck Stengel of the Frank Fehr brewery is rapidly es tablishing a reputation as a baseball authority and critic A Iegular attendant at all the Louisville games and with pencil and private score card keeps tab on every playand player and files the dally records Any dispute or technical or peculiar plays is always left to Freds de cision and the suggestion has been made by many fans that he be given a position on President OBriens staff of umpires ALMOST CENTENARIAN Mrs Mary Brady one of the old est residents of New Albany died at St Edwards Hospital Monday afternoon She was ninetynine years old and a native of Ireland but had lived in New Albany sixty years Mrs Frank Anderson of 803 West Main street New Albany la her daughters Her funeral took place from Holy Trinity church on Wednesday morn Ing TRANSFERRED The Rev Father Lawl r OPiw- ho was one of the assistant priests- at St Louts Bertrands church a few years ago and who did wonderful work In organizing the Gregorian choir has been transferred from the Dominican church at Somerset Ohio to Minneapolis J PORTLANDS VS HELLERS I The Portland ibaseball team will mept a worthy rival In the Heller I Bras tetitd tomorrow at the Part 1 1iind ttorads ThaTlallers hQVSbaenu I o SOCIETY DIRECTORYY e AO H DIVISCON 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice President Mark Ryan Recording SecretaryThos Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergoantatArms Andrew Curran Sentinel Louis Roller- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKcnna Recording SecretaryT J Stone FlnancialSecretary JnoT Keaney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Brown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Suljlvan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J G lleesion DoughertySentinelThomas SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertram Hall Sixth Street President John II Hennessy LynchFinancial MC Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Yinn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice President Robert Qleason Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial Secretary John 0 Cole TreasurerBernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y IMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louts J Kieffer First Vice President Thos D Cline Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording SecretaryThomas F Bachman Corresponding Secretary AVililam F Burke Financial SecretaryFrank 0 AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside SentinelWilliam D An driott tft111t A tIn IOttllQs rlb1C An Old merchant 6 I Accord NY July 6 1007 I am an old merchant and have been In bust Den for SO years About 10 years ago I was afflic ted with nerToufprottratloD I consulted doc tors specialists but found no relief until I was advised bl a friend to try Pastor Koenlgl Nerve Tonic obI the use of which I here been cured I feel suro the Nerve Tonto will help many who are uueriug twin nervous troubles W C 1UINES NameIprostration to such an silent that I did not remember mJ own name and did uotevenrocagoiza 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 Kooni i Nerve Tonic began bottlesIam A Valuable Book on Nor P REE Samplebottletlcnts also get tie medicine Ire FortWarpKOENIG MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake StroetSold by Druggists at SI per Bottle 6 for 96 Large Size 17561 Bottles for 59 vanquishing other teams around tile Falls Cities for the past couple of tackleIMarty Schmidt will comprise the Portlands battery and Clarence Owens rival Babe Ryan will umpire tI KNIGHTS 1 OF COUDDDg1 I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The council at Portland Ore has been augmented by the addition of severity new members No less thanTtSO Knights went from Niagara Falls Council to attend the recent initiation at St Catherines Ontario Tho RlgbtRcvJ J Keano Bishop of Cheyenne Wyo will deliver n weeks course of lectures under this auspices of the Knights of Columbus at WJlwaukee during the first week in October The lectures will be open to nonCatholics DOING EXCELLENT WORK The Rev Father James Conniff pastor of Our Ladys church Port find has Installed a new hettIng plant in his church and has wiped- out a debt of 8000 Onlya lea minor debts remain to be cleared off BACK HOME Quijo Fontana one of the best known and most popular caterers that ever resided In Louisville but who has spent the past twelve years In St Louis has returned to this city and lintends to make It his home a Ue has purchased the cafe at the southdasj corner of hliland Green streets anl1ls now greeting his friends with the old time pearly HisbirQthorj I sociated with lust la the cafe- Y b S 4 MANY IRISH Were Heroes In the American Nary During Revolutionary War Work of Barry and Ills Compatriots Caused England to Halt History Delvers Declare That Jones Proper Xiuiio Was 1lullh BONAPARTES IRISH ANCESTORS One rarely sees in histories of the United States used as text books in schools and colleges any mention of the part played by the IrishAmeri durIngtheone may find n mention of Saucy Jack Barry but that is about all The very first naval battle In the war for independence was fought and won by IrishAmericans In Machins Hay off the coast of Captllin there were six of the OBrien brothers In that affrny Two of them were killed and three were wounded John OBrien another brother fitted out the privateer Hibernia at his own expense Cnpt John Barry whom Gen Washington honored by giving him the first command In the American navy and which entitles him to be called the father of the American nloneinto2800000 It was losses like this that caused the British merchants to petition the British Government for pence David Porter another naval officer in the Revolutionary war and whose career has been styled n grandfather JJIJortcrIlppolntedHenrretary of the Navy John Mitchell StateNIIserved without pay He was a native ofCorkCommander Perrywasnative of Newry County Down MncDonoughWas oughof Revolutionary war fame anoUlerIrisJlmnnpointed Commodore of the Pennsylvania navy and repelled the attacks of the upthe1770Americans oftheTheIronebetterprowlogaScotehmanandthatPaulUurpJlY tothebyTthellnekJlenrted weeleRToJmsecretary and Matthew Mease one theCountyo Ireland Revolution cept Charles Carroll shipped most of the powder to the patriots from ImznllpthIntteronparte and it is through her that the recent Attorney General Bonaparte line nn ancestral claims to being de ofthisGROCERS 1 LAX OUTING ofLoulsvlllctame Ferry Park next Wednesday goodtondclltlontoan old fashioned country storo where you can purchase pills pure gone plows perfume and celluloid collars In fact the grocers will I prepared to sell you anything In the museum will he II sample of MartyDollthe hustlers for the picnics success XA BRIAN miOTHEIlS AWAY The Rev Brother James President of St Xnvlers College Is in Boston this week attending the sessions of tlie Catholic Educational Association Brother James Is a native of Lowell Mass nnd Is perfectly nt home In Boston Brothers Con stantine and Anistastas are pursuing a course of studies In Cincinnati and Brother Julius is perfecting his knowledge along certain lines at CQJlegeopensreap the benefit of these trips t VISITORS RETURN HOME Patrick J lelaney a former res dent of Louisville but for the past twentyono years a resident of Mem phis Tenn nnd a trusted erfiploye of the Illinois Central Hallroad Company lies just closed a visit to old friends here On Saturday he re turned to Memphis with his daugh ters Hisses Elllen Lizzie and worn Delaney The young ladles were much admired during their stay In Louisville BOWLERS GET TOGETHER The Falls City Bowling League beIdaspecial meeting at Haagers Assembly room Tuesday night President Frank P Daclier presided nd time following teams were repre seated Lewis Piazza Stjulro Adams Fern Cliff Jellico Laurel CooaCoJa Coal Barons Sales Manu acturiDg Company and Korn promtseatot CitY League nC IB 1 CUNNING f LEWIS CON W Cor Third and Jefferson Sts Mens and Young Mens Fine Clothing Nothing Else Big Cut Rate Sale Commencing Today 3 25 2250 and 20 values now 1375 Eventually youll know this as the One Best Clothing Store for you Nothing gets In here that is not the very best 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