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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r AMERICAN t VOLUME XXIIINO 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 31 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS SOCIALISTIC 1 Ideas of Former Harvard Presl dent Is Cause For Wide Censurey Bishop McFaul Says They Would Be Ludicrous Unless Pitiable Catholic Church Will Endure as Long as the World Lasts OTHER MINISTERS TO THE FORE 1 Dr Charles W Eliot President Emeritus of Harvard College has protests certain utterances of his before the theologylustligion Dr Eliot said It will not be bound by dogma or simplebutdiscipline will be the training in the development of cooperative good will it will attack all forms of evil There will be no supernatural ele ment it will place no reliance on dnytiling but the laws of nature Prevention will be the watchword and a skilled surgeon one of its members It will not deal chiefly with sorrow and death but with joy and life God will be so imminent that no intermediary will be needed Its priests will strive to improve social and industrial conditions The new religion will not attempt to reconcile people to present ills but the promise of future compensation These Socialistic utterances had hardly appeared in the press before Dr Eliot was belabored front nlll sides and the man who seems to have wielded the most weight was the Right Rev James A McFaul I Bishop of Trenton N J Said theIiI Bishop in part It appears that Dr Eliot has now assumed the role of a prophet I am sorry for this because always I have esteemed Dr Eliot highly and have observed that modern prophets are not very successful in thqir prognostications In my comments upon re ported assertions of the Doctor my point of view must be that of a Christian and a Catholic Dr Eliot I nm informed is a Unitarian and therefore denies the Trinity and the divinity of Jesus Christ Conse quently he is not a Christian It is easy therefore to draw the con clusion that our ideas upon religion must be very different- It has become fashionable in the last few years to speak of the church in a very wide sense and as including the doctrines of various nonCatholic denominations some of which are contradictory to one an other Thus sqme in speaking of the church would include Christians and nonChristians or Catholics Episcopalians Baptists Methodists etc and Unitarians under time term church When I speak of the church I mean the Catholic church governed by the successor of St Peter and the vicar of Christ in Rome I consider her alone the Christian church in the strict sense of the word It would be ludicrous were it not so pitiable to hear a man of Dr Eliots reputed learning and char neter outlining the church of the future God help humanity when it has to deal with the socalled re ligion of the future Catholics always held that religion is a necessity and it has been just as neces sary in the past just ns necessary in the present as it ever will be in the future We have not to wander about in the midst of doubt and con fusion looking for religions of the future and dissatisfied with that which we possess like the Unitarian and other denominations The Doctor says the religion of the future will be bound by no dogma or creed In that case it will lie a sort of nondescript jellyfish religion It will be hard to find not easily caught mud diffIcult to retain In fact few even will be able to recognize it when brought into con talking IIevsi could any religion exist unless it had fundamental principles lIe 1Jays the workings of the religion of the future will be simple Yes I should say so in more senses than oneOCIt will attack nil forms of evil In that case It will not differ from the Christian church She has been attacking all forms of vice for nine teen centuries nnd she stands as the only institution which offered nn toeffectiveevil of every description It is true she has not succeeded In extinguish lug evil but she has greatly limited Us influence and its progress and she is still warring against it as ourageously us when she uprooted the unspeakable vices of ancient Tloctorpaganism alonehathas tits promise been made by Divine Founder that she never shall fan nnd that she shall be the church of the future until the cpnaumraa lion of ages All signs point to fulfillment of this promise for we Catholics now number between 15000000 and 20 000000 in the United States and we ara making converts- to the Catholic church from the ronl Catholic body at the rate of over suicidea year Besides raceUQ9 Is not fashionable among our people moreAmong tip there aret not bHsbretr clergymen of W D Co also htt enea to deno the ppheer of Dr Eliot The clergy of other cities also defended their respective creeds The Rev Joseph Grimmelsman S J President of tit Xaviers College At Cincinnati said Catholic church has stoodI IThe the storm and stress of years and if the world Is here in 10000 years the Catholic church will be here Christianity or at least the Catholic section of Christianity is stronger today than it ever has been in its history USERS OF WOOD Ought to Keep Up With Our Forestry Bureous According to advices from Wash Ington D C a statistical study of the woodusing Industries of Ken tucky will be commenced early next month by the State culture Forestry and Immigration in cooperation with the United States orest Service The objects to be accomplished through this study are first to ascer tain the species and amounts used in the hundreds of factories wIth the purpose particularly of determ fining what woods should be grown for home consumption and second to compile this information for the benefit of buyers and sellers of lum ber in the State The data will be secured largely by correspondence All information given by the manufacturers will be held confidential so far as the individual reports are concerned the result as a whole be ing compiled into u report which will be published and distributed among those interested MEN OF GENUIS Who Accomplished Much In Their Long Lives Two able Irishmen who v were prominently identified with the progress of America passed into eternity last week One was Col John Median a noted civil engineer and the other was Patrick E poach u famous contractor Col Meehan died at his home in Brewster N Y lidII with Halleck Sheridan nnd Horace Porter in martial engineering Be fore coming from Ireland to America he was chief of the Royal Engineers in the British army After the war he superintended all the topographical surveys of the Croton water shed and the shed of the pro eightyItwoPatrick Roach also died on Satur day at the home of his daughter Mrs Harry A Verhage of Cincinnati He was born in Ireland In 1827 and came to America when n young mnn As n member of the firm of Boyle Roach he built the first great Government locks of Sault Ste Marie river and the con struction of the Louisville and Portland canal wns the result of his genius as a builder Another of his successful projects was the tunnel lug through the mountains of Kentucky and Tennessee for time con struction of the Cincinnati Southern railroad Ho was ninetytwo years oldI EXTUAOKDlNAlliT Powers Confered on Form er Louisville Priest by Pope Word has been received here that the Rev Father Albert Stroeble has received extraordinary honors from Pope Pius X In being permitted to administer the sacrament of con firmation to the colored Catholics to whom he is ministering on Old Prov idencQ Island in the Carribean Sea The news yas first communicated to the Most Rev A BrioschI Arch bishop of Cartngenu Columbia South America It will be remem bered that Father Stroebele was pastor of St Augustines church for colored people in this city in 1899 Father Stroebelo left the diocese of Louisville in 1901 and devoted amongtheIsland Upto that time there worn no Catholics on the island For three weeks he preached in one of the Protestant churches and at the peoplebecameStrobele returned to the United States and under permission of Car dinal Gibbons and the lute Archbishop Elder collected funds to continue his work From the alms thus collected he returned to Old Providence Island and erected a Catholic church The Rev Father St John an American priest went to the island four years ago and the number of converts has been so great that a second mission church has been built Recently Father Stroebele has been enlarging his missionary labors by working in Cuba and is nt present engaged in establishing an American colony there Ho does not expect to return to Old Providence Island until November when he will administer time rite of confirmation to those properly prepareu ANOTHER REFORMER WRONG David H Burwell who is a Prohi bition orator of note and who was employed by the Prohibition party in Indiana during the last campaign was arrested at Buffalo last week and sent back to Indianapolis for trial He must answer to charges of bigamy and embezzlement Hunvell is said to have been married three timer without the formality oi R dliorce arid htllR domtexaHnf 9400 iron a voting machine company Tim mother reformer has gone wrong 0 r DOMINICANS And Frnncisclans Will Observe Two Great Feasts Next Week Portlaiicula Indulgence MayBe Gained Tomorrow Or Monday Followers of Two Saints have Always Worked in HarmonyC- ONTEMPORARIES AND FRIENDS The church observes two events of more than ordinary importance next week the indulgence of the Portiunculn mid the least fif St Dominic The first is observra from the first vespers on August 1 until sundown on the followiny day St Dominics day falls on the fourth of August but will be celebrated on the Sunday following The Porti uncula was inaugurated by the fol lowers of St Francis of Assisi who was a contemporary and friend of the great St Dominic Both occa sions will be duly observed by the faithful in Louisville As Saints Dominic nnd Francis were con temporaries and friends so also are their followers at the present day nil over the world The brown gown of the Franciscan and white robe of workingtogetherkind all over the world St Dominic died in 1221 and St Francis of Assisi five years later Time Portiuncula takes its name from a church in Italy whero St Francis of Assisi used to minister It was known as the church of the little gate Many miracles were performed there and later an in dulgence was granted to all who ap proached holy communion and PopeInnamed as the day for the nnnunl celebration of the Portiuncula and the indulgence was extended to nil churches where the third order of St Francis hind been canonically establishedThis confessions in prepara tion for the feast way be made today tomorrow or Monday morning and communion received in any of the privileged churches on Sunday or Monday A plenary indulgence which may be applied to time souls in purgatory rmnyoei ned as often as one visits one of the privileged church from 2 oclock this afternoon until sfcnset Monday provided of course that during each visit pray ers are said for the intentions of the Pope St Dominics day will be cele bruted on Sunday August 8 and the Dominicans have invited the Very Rev Father Richard Wuerth O F M and several other Franciscans to celebrate the high mass at St Louis Bertrnnds church Each year it is customary for the Dominicans to have the Franciscans say the mass on St Dominics day and on St Francis day the Franciscans return the St Francs and St Dominic both founded great orders One devoted his life to works of charity while the other founded nn order of preaching friars In the twelfth century St Dominic set out to com bat the tide of heresy that was sweeping over France lIe was em inently successful and in his work preached a great deal on the holy rosary Both lived to see their or ders flourish and to have convents and monasteries in many lands andStgreatest friendship has existed among their followers All the detnilrt for the celebration of St Dominics day nt St Louis Bertrnnds church will be announced next week UNVEILING Of Grosse Isle Monument Will Attract Many- Dignitaries The unveiling of the monument to the Irish fever victims of 184748 will take place at Grosso Isle on August 14 under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of America tis expected that many of the ArchbishopSi Bishops and other high dignitaries of the Dominion and Republic will be in attendance also the Canadian Cabinet Ministers and representatives of the American House of Representatives and Senate The monument will be unveiled by His Excellency Monsignor Sbarrotti and grand mass will be celebrated by Archbishop Begin of Quebec Benediction will be given by Arch bishop OConnell of Boston National Chaplain of the A O H of America The oration of the day will be deliv ered by Sir Charles Fitzpatrick Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada and actingGovernor of the Dominion AGED LADYS DEATH Jeffersonvillc lost one of its old est and best known matrons in the death of Mrs Sarah Mangan which1i occurred at the home of her dangly ter Mrs Raymond Stanton 325 East Chestnut street on Friday night of last week Death resulted from waspbornhad spent the greater part afobut rin Jefferaoaville She k survived by her uuabiuid Prof Tames A Mangan and two daufb en Vn Raymond Stanton and ck 4 Miss Mary Mangan The funeral took place from St Augustines church Monday morning the Rev Father John OConnell conducting the funeral services The pall bear ers were Tames W Fortune Bernard A Coil Capt John B Murphy Martin Fogarty Peter Madden and Edward Fitzpatrick The friends who knew Mrs Mangan best admired her forcer many kindly Christian traits and sympathize with her bereaved family in their grief To more than anj their sympathy goes out to the aged husband who has been bereft of the life partne of his joys and sorrows City anti county Oijcials the rich and tin poor did honor jtd the memory of Mrs Mangan by attendance at hoi obsequies HIGH HONOR Rev Father Chidwick Is Chosen Head of Seminary The Rev Father John P Chidwlcl has been appointed President of St TosephsSemlnartYat Dumroodle St Josephs is the greatest of all the theological seminaries in the United States conducted by secular priests It is from that place hut most of the young priests of the archdiocese of New lork are graduated The appointment of Father Chidwick has been received with sat Isfaction throughout the archdiocese He will be suceeded as pastor of St Ambrose church by the Rev Dr Tames J Driscoll who recently resigned as head of the seminary af Dunwoodle Father Chidwick is fortysix years old and a native of New York City After completing a course in the parochial schools and at Manhattan College he pursued his theological studies at the seminary in Troy After his ordination lie was assistant to the pastor of St Stephens church New xork City for several years and in 1895 he was nppolntedI Chaplain in the United He was Chaplain t tof the battleship Maine when it was blown up in the harbor of Hnvanrf in February 1898 and his heroic devotion to the sur vivors of that tragedy iincreased his already great popularity in the navy In 1903 Father Chidwick was appointed pastor of St Ambroses church New York City and under his guidance the membership of the congregation has greatly increased In 1905 he was alfro appointed Police- Chaplain anti n few weeks ago lie preacled ascrm n to the police In St Patricks Cathedral At the funeral of Lieut Petroslno Father hidwlck rode on horseback with the other police officers RECENT DEATHS r i The funeral of Mrs Sarah M- cCarthyWhoxpledSatlt r cedence 2626 Crop street oh Saturday took place from St Cecilias church on Monday morning The deceased was fortynine years old and leaves many Friends to mourn her loss James J Black a popular resident- of South Louisville died at the fam- Ily residence 2411 South Floyd street Friday afternoon of last week The funeral took place from Holy Name church Sunday afternoon The deceased was thirtyfour years old He is survived by his wife Mrs Mar Joyce Black Mrs Mary Glenn thirtythree years old died Saturday morning at the home of her sister Mrs Patrick Fllburn 2507 Magazine street She Is survived by her husband Dennis Glenn The funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption oil Monday morning and the large attendance testified to the esteem in which she was held John Sliaughncssy a member of Division 1 A O II dies at the family residence 1215 West Chestnut street Monday afternoon and his funeral took place from St Patricks church on Thursday turning He tad been ill several months and suf fered from a complication of dis eases Mr Shaugbnessy was well known in Hibernian circles and his death is generally regretted Mrs Barbara Albert aged sixty seven died at her home corner Jackson and Ormsby avenue Friday night of last week She is survived by her husband Gabriel Albert Mrs Albert was highly esteemed in the community in which she lived The funeral took place from St Vincent de Pauls church Monday morning Death resulted from heart disease after an illness of three months Be sides her husband six children sur vive They are Misses Frances Josephine and Miiry Albert and George Benedict and John Albert ADD RECENT DEATHS James Welsh for u number of years n well known member of the Louisville police force died at the family residence 2319 Bank street early Wednesday morning Time de ceased was fortythree years old and was well liked by all who knew him The funeral took placo from St Cecilias church yesterday morn- Ing and many of his old associates on the police force were in attend anceTime funeral of Miss Gertrude Rat crnmn who died at her home 512 South Thirteenth street on Friday- of last week took place from St Garys chit ircli at 0 oclock last Sun lay morning The attendance was very large and the floral offerings were numerous and beautiful Miss tatterman was a young lady of harming character and her untimely death is mourned by many rlendfj who extend their heartfelt sympathy to the bereavefi family BISHOP SCHWEBACH ILLN The Right med James Schwebach ho has been Bishop of the diocese ofLa Crease IVis since nil W iriouely ill at the Aleidaii Brothers Hospital in Chicago JI speedy rc overr in hoped for d + r PILGRIMS From All Parts of Ireland Mad Annual Visit to Crongh Patrick Revival of Ancient Pious Custom- Is Growing Rapidly in Favor Masses Continually in Progress From tS oclock Until Noon MORE ARE EXPECTED NEXT YEAR Last Sunday was a great day iIn j the County Galway Ireland for Iit was on that day that thousands of pilgrims from every part of IrelandI and others from all parts of the I world journeyed to Crongh Patrick the Sinai of Ireland Both history mid tradition tell us that St Pat rick himself sanctified the noble mountain by his prayers and fasting on its summit and for centuries the j devout people of Connaught have been making pilgrimages to the shrineIn 1432 history tells us Pope Eugene IV granted an indulgence to nil pilgrims who would ascend the mountain or Croagh Patrick on the last Sunday in July and give alms to ward the repair of the venerable chapel which was then crumbling with age on the summit There also can be found in the archives of givenIinof Lyons to testify that they had i visited In devout pilgrimage the holy mountain on which St Patrick nightsiinstances and many more that might be quoted it is manifest that the modern pilgrimage to Croagh Pat rick Is only the revival of an ancient one which was recognized centuries ago at home and abroad by priests and people Princes and Popes The modern pilgrimages began with the advent of the Most Rev Dr Healy to the archdiocese of Tam At his direction a chapel was erected on the summit of Croagli Patrick in 1903 and since Pll1grlmagesfive continents On the last Sunday I oneII This year mass was in progress on each of the three altars from 9 oclock until noon Two sermons were preached one in Irish by the Rev Father Nicholas Fegan of Ennlstymon whose fame for fluency In Gaelic is known on both sides of the Atlantic The Rev Father Bernard Kneafsey O F M of Lim English honor of St Patrick to take the temperance pledge for at least one year The railway companies ran ex cursions to Westport from all parts of Ireland and the fare was unusually low Returning to Dublin train left Westport at 6 oclock and other trains all filled with the pious pilgrims followed at intervals of twenty minutes Greater preparations than ever will be made next year on account of the home coming and it is expected that hundreds of Americans will make the pilgrimage to the mountain made famous by St Patrick himself MINISTERS VIEWS Says Protestants Ought to Follow Example of Catholics The St Louis Globe Democrat gives un outline of a sermon preached by Rev Earl Henson in n cityMrpartCatholics us much in respect mind reverence for church buildings Protestants tatter and leave their churches with about as much reverence ns they enter and leave a street ear 1 entered a Catholic church one night not long ago and taking a buck seat I watched the worshipers as they came and went und was deeply Im pressed with their reverence and devotion Before leaving I dropped on mightlivewould enter and leave their churches in the same spirit that was manifested by the worshipers that night I was so deeply impressed at what I had seen that I went home and wrote to Archbishop Glennou and asked him for the opinion as to why Catholics were more reverent than Protestants He made a prompt and courteous reply setting forth a number of reasons The two that made time strongest appeal to me were Their belief in tile Real Presence of Christ dwelling in the church and The Catholic church teaches life death and eternity In time spirit of realism and the Cath olic mind is subdued and reverent In the presence of these mysteries so presented BOSTON IRISH AOl The new Boston College will have a Daniel OConnell hall which wll be devoted to Irish antiquities and specimens of Irish art ancient end modernJ and Jn h ohwiU be erected statues of famous Irishmen Witt deiicrlpt Ve tablets Nothirir like this ba yet been attempted anywhere The project hat enlisted C J populationblood It is good thus to commem orate the fact that Boston at the time of the building of the new college has the largest element of Irish blood In any city of the world and that there in the ancient stronghold of the Puritans the Irish immigrant maintained his faith and worked his way to prosperity not seldom also to distinctionIn the face of dfflcultics greater than those encountered by his fellows anywhere else in this land ROUTINE AFFAIRS Occupied Time of DivisIon 4s Members Monday Night Division 4 A O H had a well attended meeting Monday night with presidingHugh and Itichard Monoban were elected to membership John JScore was reported ill but somewhat improved Michael Doyle and John Healy were reported on the sick list and Willam Coyne was reported fully Indisposition nounced that it would report a pro gramme at the next meeting pro viding for an entertainment for members only- Attorney Newton 0 Rogers said in a brief address that he would probably attend the Catholic Na tional Federation at Pittsburg next month and also told what the local Federation was doing Financial Secretary William P McDonogh made Ins report for the second quarter It showed that Division 4 hind a comfortable balance William J Connelly William Callahan and Thomas J Langan were appointed1 a committee to audit the books John P McNamara was present after n long absence and was given the glad hand on all sides The Rev Father Charles Christ mas O P Chaplain of Division 4 announced that he would renew his interesting instructions on the holy sacrifice of the mass at the next meeting LOST A FRIEND- IrishAmericans Mourn the Death of Estimable Man John Hebden for fortyfive years foreman of the L and N boiler shops died of acute indigestion at his home 2164 West Broadway last Saturday morning lIe died in the harness as it were having been at work until two days before his death Mr Heb den WAS A native of Indiana but re moved to Louisville in 1862 and resided hero ever since He was a thorough mechanic full of energy anti also full of human kindness He Is survived by two sons James B and John F Hebden und two daughters Miss Mary Hebden and Mrs John K Freeman Two sisters Miss Jane Hebden and Miss Isabella Hebden are also left to mourn his loss The funeral took place on Monday morn ing and was attended by hundreds of the L and N employes and other friends of the family For forty years John Hebden was the friend of Irishmen He was kind patient fraternal No one ever saw him angry Few ever heard him complain He was a student of human nature and possessed won derful personal magnetism Always was he ready with an excuse for an others faults but never for his own He helped others to win by example rather than by advice and many there are In Limerick and South Louisville who won their little homes through the moral if not material aid of John Hebden To those the news of his death was n source of sorrow and many there were who feelingly said May his soul rest In peace CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Central Committee Pre pares for Its Annual Outing Central Committee of the C 1C of A held a special meeting Friday night of last week with President Jclmlda occupying the chair Time at tendance was excellent and quite n lot bf routine business was disposed- of Time committee accepted an in itation to attend the homecoming celebration of Branch 042 at Dep pens Garden Tuesday night and that event proved n grand social sue cessAfter a full and free discussion the committee determined to hold the nnnual outing of the Catholic Knights of America at Fontaine Ferry Park on Wednesday August 18 All the branches Jn Louisville Jeffersonville and New Albany will cooperate to male the outing a sac cess The Entertainment Committee is arranging with the park manage ment for a number of special1 feat ures for the young folks The Central Committees Dramatic Club through its manager lien Speaker tnnounced that weekly re hearsals were being held and that It entertainmenttoa pleasant surprise to the members of the various branches No definite elate has been fixed for the next initiation MOTHER SUPERIOR RETIRES Sister Mary Hyacinthe for forty one years Mother Superior of St Brands Hospital nt Trenton N J retired last Saturday and expects to tMideir founder of the tioapiUli which is now valued kt tOO OO9- c MAJORITY a Of Government Greatly Itc duced on First Division in Parliament Backing of the Ministry Was Cut Down On Birrell Bill t BeingMadeParty HOUSE OF LORDS MAY DEFEAT 1arl1ltmeut11Oe ontimelastweektecIa hlsletterus thatnosacted oftimemojoritywent ofthlrtouthethenormalGovernmenta1 isbandUnder the Birrell qnflotationasswnlldbyi toottheforabout1230000So billIsUnfortuimntely isthatfuture as a 3 per cent stock and not hopedthntby the orsomethingthatthereforeloss on flotation or a much smaller actAnd c theInteresttenantIs4 31hferper nnntim The n ofhalfthetenantsboughtwill31 whoIiavenpother finterestmustleadBut of course the compulsory por outb9should happen a delicate und diffI- cult situation will arise It is plain wiIJbe + tobetllfflcultforthelandlordsout for bigger prices and In that oflaudTories should come into office in a year or two they could easily remedy bysingle a while dwelling on this defect and other defects in Birrells bill those who are conducting this tremendous epoch making fight are compelled to think also of the other proposals of the bill They have to think of the assumption t nual loss on flotation to the extent of 1250000 lint more than this they have to think of those parts of the bill which deal with the congested dis tricts The importance of this part of the bill can not be exaggerated The congested districts consist of s those portions of Irelandmostly on the western land where you have on me side in juxtaposition population congested into miserable patches of lund rock seaweed swamp thick na sardines and on time other side vast grazing lands now called ranches in Irish political phraseology and in consequence you have terrible and abysmal depths of poverty side by side with the fertile lands that might transform the poverty into comparative prosperity Purchase which has gone on with such lightning rapidity in the richer parts of Ireland has been at n stand still in these regions with this curious and even absurd result that relief has come where It was least n wanted and has been refused where it was most wanted The landlords of these tivsolate regions have proved more greedy andrecalcitrant than In any other part of Ireland 1 and in short while half the rest of Ireland has passed from the owner ship of the landlord to that of the people the congested districts have y remained in the slough of despond Mr OConnor also writes that new attempts are being made to disrupt the Irish party He says Thought Willam OBrien has re tired the facUOIllsts have not ceased- their attempts to disrupt the Irish party They are engaged in whole sale misrepresentation they are trying not to amend but to wreck Mrrells bill because they think that If they wreck Barrens bill tbey Fray also wreck the Irish party ann the leadership n of Redmond I amnot sure that these efforts vill not be sucessful for tie House of Lords hates the principle of compulsory sale so much hates sp much the principle of popular election to the congested districts board and hates BO much Birrells laying aside 5000000 n year for the special relief of ithes unfortunate region that they require little encouraged went to mutilate the Birrell bill to suet a ne tent as will make 1 it ira posslblefortheIrishpartytoaeeetltthe should comp to piles Ireland may 1eri1 6ra bestinewainto the hor rora and perlli of a land wAr a KENTUOKY IRISH AltIERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement of Irish Americans and Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publlahera SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Cntcrcd it the LouUvllIt PoitoHlce a SecondCUn flitter Address all Conmnalcalloni to Ibe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qreei St UNION THAUESIJ Fl COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 31 1909 HE REVERENT IN CHURCH I Those Protestants who visit Cath olio churches are accustomed to note and comment upon time reverence of Catholics in their own houses of worship This fact alone leads many of our dissenting brethren to visit other Catholic churches to inquire the cause and E finally to become members of the true church As a rule Catholics are reverent and devout in our churches but unfortunately it is not always- so Only too frequently pastors are called upon to rebuke their people for undue levityat marriage cere monies They seem to forget for the time being that matrimony is a sacrament just as baptism con firmation penance the Holy Euch arist and holy orders are sacraments Men find women young and old gather in the church gossip aloud comment on the attire of the bride the prospects of the groom and laugh talk and otherwise conduct I themselves as if they were in a theater This is all wrong More frequently perhaps than at any other time nonCatholics visit K Catholic churches to attend wed dings It is a time of rejoicing of course but what will these non Catholics think and what comments will they utter when theyysee men and women standing on the seats of pews and hear them laughing and chattering like so manymagpies Catholics rebuked for these practices feel that they have been personally humiliated hell they deserved the itrThey know better but they forget laiiiolic men and women need their wits about them in the church more than anywhere else They will not deny the real presence of our Saviour in the Blessed Sacrament they would be the first to object to undue levity at mass on Sunday or at benediction Why then do they subject themselves to adverse corn ment on the occasion of weddings- It has happened here in Louis ville that bride and groom have taken a few steps from the altar when they are held up and slobbered over Quite frequently the portals of the church are deluged with rice h by overzealous friends of the con tracting parties- It would look hard indeed to have to call upon the city govern ment to furnish a policeman to keep 1 order during marriages but unless better behavior is forthcoming strenuous action will be necessary Catholics must set an example of reverence for holy things nt nil times I Klfffi PROPERLY REIiUKEI In passing sentence on Cornelius P Shea a former Chicago labor leader Judge Foster of the New York Suprem Court uttered some scathing but richly deserved truths Shea had been convicted of attempt ing to murder Alice Walsh a girl whom he had misled after he had deserted his wife and children in Chicago He received an indeterminate sentence of from five td twenty five years in the State prison In r passing sentence Judge Foster said Your services for humanity3 are urged here in your behalf because you have been active in the affairs of organize labor I believe in the I rights of labor to organize but there is a prejudice in this community and we must admit its existence against organized labor because such men as you dominate it with your brutal methods and your coarse offensive personality and a part of the community has come to look upon organized labor as being composed of brutes and securing their victories by brutal methods Rut that is all wrong I believe I am helping the cause of organized labor by ridding it of one suck as you and sending you to States prison Would Iit be possible for Louisville L to borrow Judge x Foster for a while Louisville labor circles also need a little housecleaning ONE PROFESSORS IDEAS j Professors in the University of Chicago have a peculiar faculty for getting free advertising and they do not seem to care what is said of Them good or Ulj as long as they I are Jn the limelight The latest Bidder for free doings is a pry forhi time divinity school who is j represents l aR haying said Boys 4In the Sundayscbool should not llearn ing catechism They do not- need it and they can not t grasp it theiInfinity pf bur Dirtn Craator dos tIda ul NnMdprofww pra e to uy that s boy AIM ttM tie MH ti his duty toawrd his neighbor that he must love honor and obey his parents that he must submit him self to civil authority that he must submit himself toall his teachers pastors and masters that he must conduct himself so as not to injure others in word or deed that he must be sqber and chaste that he must learn to labor and to do his duty to the State his family and himselfAll these things the catechism teaches and surely every boy and girl ought to be taught as early as possible the difference between right and wrong TRADING STATESMEN Is there one man in this country Democrat or Republican foolish enough to believe that the present Congress is trying to make a tariff according to preelection promises very succeeding day shows the fallacy of such an idea Mr Aldrich i will consent to free hides if Mr Payne will consent to a reduction on leather goods and Mr Payne will consent to a reduction in the tariff on hosiery if Mr Aldrich will eon sent to a reduction on cotton Resides Speaker Cannon who is an intimate friend of Mr Littriuer a millionaire glove manufacturer has secureda higher rate on gloves Thus it is that our statesmen are not legislating for the country good but trOlling among each other for personal gain OUR DEBT TO ITALY In listening to some of the lecturers professors and statesmen of this country and hear them prate of this AngloSaxon land one almost forgets the debt that wei Americans owe to Italy Were Iit not for Christopher Columbus Amerigo Vespucci luau and Sebas Han Cabot and Juan Veraszano this Western hemisphere might still bo peopled by the Indians First of all then the credit for the discovery off America is tine to Italian navigators ifut besides the sons of Italy Iin America I have done much for th world of finance for music and art i for the Church and State and fo these reasons the Italians in Amer ica are entitled to the respect of their fellow citizens- CATHOLICS GAINING Time Baptist World says While the Protestant students for the ministry in Germany have decreased I by half in the last eighteen years the Catholic students have stcndily grown in numbers Why is this Is Protestantism losing its grip on modern Germany Sonic German Protestants believe very little to preach Germany is a commercial nation It may be added that German Protestants are not the only Protestants who believe too little to preach ithodlstIhaTeIasked a Sundayschool teacher to resign because he had aligned him self with the business men of the- State in opposing Stntewide prohibition This seems to be one instance where Protestantism opposes a man thinking for himself I DOMINICANSIThe Rev Father Just O P of j parIsh ville lie is a native of this city and met many old friends here The Rev aFther John A McIIugh O P of the Dominican House of Studies in Washington has also returned porentRrrandcity The Rev Father ODaniel O P also of the Dominican House of Studies and the Rev Father Brook bank of Minneapolis returned to their respective cities this week after a brief visit at St Louts Ber trands Convent The Rev Father Charles Christmas O P has re turned to Lpuisville from New Haven Conn where he visited his EugeneVNew York City is expected to return home tomorrow ARCHBISHOP HARTY ILL Archbishop lIart of Manila IIs slowly improving after an illness of several months Recently lie had to submit to for the removal of an abscess He will not bo able to return to his JCathedral city from the hospital at Baguib for soma time REPRESENTED DOMINICANS The Rev Father J R Volz 0 P formerly prior of 81 Louis Ber clframnei boil professors at St Thomas Tmihj verslty Monti fIenttt1Cebu as- rri reiteatatiresoffjlae Dowlnicatm to icud tie cmraeerttiop 1Nehep tfj II 1IMiss Reginla McCrory is visiting friends at Corydon Ind James It Scally has returned from a visit to Chicago and St Paul Miss Mary Sullivan of Parkland is visiting relatives at Brandenburg- Mrs George Hosier and children are visiting relatives In Hartford Ky Miss Eva Mason is visiting her cousin Mrs W C Kelly of Hawcs vllle Miss Mary swe nelwas last week the guest of Miss Nan Dehoncy at Lebanon Mrs A Fitzgerald and daughter of Clifton are visiting friends at Bellevue Miss Vera Flynn of Colorado is the guest of Miss Itoscanna McCann of Clifton Miss Anne Elizabeth Carr has re turned from a delightful visit to French Lick Mrs Edawrd Butler of Portland entertained her euchre club Wednesday evening inCovingtonMisses Martin Mrs J P Collins alldcchildren have returned from a visit to relatives in Marion county Brady of Clifton is expectedto return from Coving ton next week Mr and Mrs Edward Bonier are tlsltlng New York Atlantic City and other Eastern points Miss Anna Elizabeth Moriarty and Miss Mary J Lovctt are visitingI relatives in St Louis Mrs Charles Jordan of South Louisville has returned from a visit to relatives in Covington Miss Mary Speak spent several days this week with Miss Elisc Coumey of the Highlands Mrs Frank Burkle sold daughter Minnie have returned from a visit to relatives at Comillton Miss Katie OBrien of South Louisville is rapidly recovering from her recent spell of illness Mrs Thomas Moran and son Frank of crescent Hill are visiting relatives in Wellington Ran Allmnyist but is expected home next week Mr nnd Mrs William Obrecht of South Louisville have returned from a pleasant visit to llnrdiu Springs Misses Margaret Montgomery and Miss Mabel Score left Monday for a ten daysvisit at Tatham Springs soneElmer have gone to Danville Ill to spend several weeks with her par rents Miss Geneva Mooney of South Louisville is time guest of her cousin Miss Jennetta Speak of the West EndDr Frank Corrigan and wife daughter and granddaughter are expected to return from Brooklyn tomorrow Mrs T J Harrigan 808 East enjoyingNew York Miss Margaret Maloney of Lexing ton who is the guest of Miss Nettle Summers is being very extensively entertained Misses May and Susie MeKlernnu are spending two weeks at Bloomfield the guests of Mr and Mrs 7ack Thomas J The Southern Apollo Club held a very delightful social at time home of Miss Leon iaux 1914 Maple street Thursday night elIses Irene and Dolly Sullivan of Clifton are enjoyhig a months visit to their grandmother Mrs Henry of Toledo Ohio Mrs Spalding Coleman and daughter Miss Virginia have gone to Wequetonsing to spend they re mainder of the summer Mrs P F Sweeney and daughters Misses Ethel and Viola of South Louisville have returned from visit ing friends nt Nashville Miss Elizabeth Guthrie of C17 last Washington street will return from Cincinnati today She was much en tertained in the Queen City James McDavitt a popular letter carrier is confined to his home on Duncan street by a threatened attack of appendicitis William Glenn and daughters Mrs Joe Bywater and Miss Kath erine Glenn have gone to Red Boll ing Springs Tenn and will remain several weeks Miss Mary Rieger who Is spend ing her vacation at Sweet Sulphur Springs won a match game at duck contestantsSphDryne who submitted to an operation for appendicitis at St Josephs Infirmary last week Is much Improved anti lies been pronounced out of danger Miss Jennie V Murphy of 1003 Dumesnil street has returned from a two weeks visit to Dayton Ohio where she was the guest of her sister Mrs Joseph Jlarriwell MC Rieger and M rRml 1MrsChnrlosT Rieger sand Miss Mary Rieger left tlast Saturday for ja two weeks sty at Sweet fjuf1 phur Springs Velpen lnti- MaryMUM and Nore Kealey of hXefferaoBtWo daughter pi Job ft t 0 Kenney have gone to Henry county to spend their vacations with their aunt Mrs Jonathan Roberts Ed Feeney formerly of Louisville but who has been in Texas for sev eral years past has been spending several days in South Louisville as the guest of Stephen Everin Miss Myrtle Work of St Louis ar rived Thursday to be the guest of Miss Anna Mayme Score until next Tuesday when they will both go to visit friends at Bowling Green Misses Eleanor Martin and Bessie Daumelster of Louisville and Miss Mornc Martin of St Louis are spending the week with Mrs D W Meschendorf at Beards Station Mrs1 Bert Huinler of 1818 Third avenue has utt her guests Miss Nell Ryan and her brother John of Piedmont W Va Several social functions have heun arranged In their honor Mrs Enoch Armbruster Mrs MaryArmbrusterreturned from Oldenburg Ind where they spent a week visiting friends and relatives John Dolan a draftsman in the employ of the American Car and Foundry Company at Jeffersonville and who suffered a severe attack of nervous prostration last week Is utmost fully recovered Miss Margaret Dixon daughter of Patrick Dixon of Jeffersonville has returned from a visit to Indianapolis and Is accompanied by her cousins whoIllMrs Thomas F Moynahun of 513 East Market street JefferHonville has arrived here from a two weeks visit to Eddyville Ky where she was the guest of her daughter Mrs L J Linderman who is paying a return visit to Jeffersonville Mrs Michael Burke of Belgravla typhoillfeeridly nearing convalescence nt Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital but iit will he a fortnight or more before she will be able to return home Misses Nell and llltn R Keaney left Saturday for St Louis where they met their sister Miss Mneme Keunpy who has been traveling through the West for the past month During their stay in St Louis the Misses 1Kenney will be the guests of Miss Stella Jennings Misses Daly and Clara IKberhart two charming young Iladies of Dallas Texas are here to spend sew eral weeks as the guests of Miss Mllda Schwieters of West Main street Both visitors have beerSi much admired and many entertain meats have been arranged in their honorCards are omit announcing the ap preaching marriage of tins Sophia Frances Murphy and John Archer of Ctirhin The brideelect Is the daughter of Tim Murphy a well known locomotive engineer She bone of the most popular girls In South Louisville The wedding will take place early in the fall Miss Dollle Bohannon und Edward J Hollorau popular young people of the East End surprised their friends last Thursday by n quiet wedding at St Josephs church The Rev Father Taiilinus Kranz performed time ceremony Immediately after tilt wedding Mr and Mrs Holloran left for Niagara Falls and other Eastern points Theywill be at home to their friends at 1724 Frankfort ave nue after August 15 Miss Teanetta Spunk entertained lust Saturday in honor of her visitor Miss Geneva Mooneyof South Louisville Among those who enjoyed Miss Speaks hospitality were Misses Geneva Mooney Agnes Cath erine and Margaret Dignan Ruth nod Mildred Higglns Annie and Veslta Shunkland Lillian Treaudeau Agnes Crowdcr Lillian Wlgglnton Alma Mohlenknmp Mary and Jean etta Speak Mrs William Speak and Robert Wielnnd I THEY ARE BOGUS CITIZENS Declaring that the noiiMinion mine workers are bogus American citizens and are like the Tories who aided the British during the Revolutionary War Rev J J Curran pastor of the Saviour church Wllkesbarre made a vigorous speech at the open Ing session of the annual convention of the United Mine Workers of America for the upper anthracite coal fields He declared that the indifference of mine workers to the union was shameful and disgraceful as they are receiving the benefits in increased wages and reduced work ing hours which the union won with out doing anything to aid the or ganization which gained this for them GRAND PRESIDENT Maurice J Scanhm of Indian apolis Grund President of the Y M IL Indiana jurisdiction paid a visit to New Albany this week and a special meeting of Unity Council was held in his honor on Tuesday flight It was mire of a social session than a business meeting and all of the members were accompanied by their lady friends Grand President Scnnlan made a brut address oethe progress of the order in Indiana The Rev Father Cl G Borries and Fred Relsz President of the Gallagher Club also made addresses Sev ernl of the ladies rendered vocal solos Refreshments were served and the Wen ing closed with a dance FORTUNATE CONTRACTOR Fred Leeezr the well known brick contractor Will do the brick work on the new 34000 plant for B F Aferyons It means Ute laying of 6000000 brick the employment of many men and at union prices Mr Leezer isl not only a successful contractor but lis one of the Demo cratic nominees for Alderman He hnil n Inrgp following nivl nil rejoice in his success WILL VISIT IRELAND Archbisiipp Farloyivill Rpemltle I next two weeks in lr land alltle it et of wrdinal Logiajll will Nall ftorNew York bo Augirtt 18theArchbishop has been Abroad nine Mmjr M and pout a great I timeif BOMt t partotjj CSBK8S08 8 U ttfa yttxoKqaa tY r SUBSCRIBE FOR THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Brightest Catholic Weekly In the Southwest i Q u e 9 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Subscribe Now and Get All the Particulars of the j Big Irish Home Coming Next Year Foreign Countries 150 Per Year Home Phone 946 S a ONE WEEK HENCE Grand Council of Y M I Will Convene In Louisville Ono week from tomorrow the dele gates to the Grand Council Y MI L KentuckyJ jurisdiction will assemble in Louisville for the annual convention On Sunday the opening day no formal business will be trans acted but the delegates nnd alter nates will be entertained by mem hmfornmlly1nring delegates will be present front Mem phis Owensboro Knottsvllle Leb anon New Haven Lexington New port Bellevue Carrollton Frankfort Winchester mid the two Louisville councilsAfter attending mass on Sunday the delegates and visitors will assemble at the Galt louse where Frank G Adams Chairman of the State Hoard of Directors will Issue badges acordlnp to rank of delegate or alternate The afternoon will be spent in sight seeing On Monday morning all the delegates mid visitors will assemble at Trinity Coun cils club house and march to St Aloysius church to assist at the holy sacrifice of time mass at J oclockThe first business session of the Grand Council will begin at 1030 oclock Monday Augiist 9 A short recess will be taken ubout noon and at the close of the afternoons ses sion the delegates alternates and visitors and their lady friends will be given n trolley ride over the vita preparatory to a banquet and inset at Rennings Park Louis J Kieffer President of fackln Council will be the toastmnster and responses to toasts will be made by Grand Presi dent LnVega Clements of Owens boro Camden McAtee of Mnckin Council Past Grand President James B Kelly who is now Presi dent of Trinity Council lIon To seph A Cassidy Mayor of Bellevue and others Several clergymen are expected to grace the banquet hoard with their presence All the business sessions of the Grand Council will be held nt Trinity Councils club house Baxter nod Morton avenues The election of the new Grand officers will occur to ward the close of the session on Tuesday The convention will close with a moonlight excursion In honor of time visiting members on Tuesday evening I TARRY QUINLANS SURPRISE Larry Qululan the hardworking and conscientious short stop In Louisvilles baseball team was pleas antly surprised last Sunday by a number of his Louisville admirers When he stepped to the plate for the first time Umpire Gerald Hayes culled time and in a few words pre sented Qulnlan with a Knights of Columbus gold button encrusted with diamonds Larry was so com pletely taken by surprise that ho could not say a word Instead he showed his appreclatqjiby lacing out n hit The donors of the pin were TameR and Jack Shelley Charles Raidy Andrew Knst Her man Waltring T Jeff Bnnnon Iat rick Bannon William P Bannon Henry Appling John J Barry S1J Iiffo Charles OConnor Al Smith David Welsh W J Brady J Cnl lioune William E Davis Frank Montz J Sommers and William Malone I BISHoTfchteCT CONGRATULATED The Castleblayney Rural Council has adopted the following resolu tions congratulating time Very Rev Patrick McKenna D D on his ele vation to the episcopacy Resolved That we herebyoffer our respectful congratulations to Father McKenna of Maynooth on his appointment as our Bishop and hope he may be long spared to exer else in a higher sphere the talents of which he is the possessor and bring to the discharge of the duties of his sacred office and bring to the discharge of his duties in the episcopacy those high qualities of mind and heart which have endeared him to his future flock CAPT MCANN INJURED Capt J A McCann a traveling salesman for the Muldoou Monument Company and a prominent resident of Jefferson town fell from a ladder in his barn Tuesday and sustained a compound fracture of his right ankle He was superintending the storing of hey when the accident occur edCa1t McCann IRlIlxty years old anti he will be confined to liis home for some time- IRVERvIEwI PARK I Next weeka MndotoolorOO uWlee singers will lie the bigat vftatbM at Bi w Jw Park lord time adieu of the dttttry bdtec and Ii beaux will furnish amusement toI lovers of comedy Glllilands Black Hussar Band will close a two weeks engagement at the park with con eveltingLeroyhypnotic stunt is the main attrac tion in the free vaudeville this week Another line of splendid vaudeville artists Is promised for next week KNIGHTS OF fiflLBMBllSI e Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Nashville Council is planning anew club house to cost 30000 Oskosh and Fond du Lac Councils will hold a joint outing at Calumet Harbor on August 11 On Monday Toronto Council will exemplify the first degree in the Dairy Building of the Dominion Ex positionAmong the notable attractions at the national convention at Mobile next week will be the famous Choral Club of St Louis The Tier Father D J OSiilllvan State Chaplain of the order in Mis souri was the guest of Denver Coun ell last Friday night Milwaukee and Marquette Councils meld n joint outing for the members and their families at Spring Bank Wis last Saturday and Sunday The council nt Orange N J will play host to the visiting societies on August 29 when the cornerstone of the new church of Our Lady is built At least 5000 members of tIll order from Chicago attended time outing given by St Ayr and Daniel Dowling Councils at Rock Run Park last Monday Tom Karl the noted opera singer whose right nnme Is OCarroll has received an offer from the Mil waukee Council for a series of twenty song lectures The members of the council nt Binghamton N Y attended the en campment of the Royal Landers of Scranton nt Endlcott last Sunday Time Rev Father Moylan celebrated mass in the open air Time magnificent new home of the council at Binghamton was formally opened on Tuesday night The lawn was brilliantly Illuminated with Jap anese lanterns and several able ad dresses were delivered MACKIN COUNCIL Mackin Council hail a good at tendance Tuesday night but 110 th ing except routine matters were dis cussed It was announced that everytljng was in readiness for the entertainment of the delegates to the Grand Council Dr Vincent FnlissI of Little Rock Ark who is spending his vacation with his par eats in tuba city was given a warm welcome home and made a nice talk to his old colleagues and chums At the meeting next Tuesday night a committee will ue appointed to ar range for celebrating the sixteenth anniversary of the council on Sep tember lo- FONTAiNEI FERRY PARK Fontaine offered another good vaudeville bill in addition to the free concerts this week send the attendance was good every afternoon and evening The people seem to take advantage of the parks attractions and spend all the time lar resort Next possiblemore excellent vaudeville turns will serve to attract crowds to the park and the free concerts will continue as before VISITING PARENTS Ihe Rev Father J 11 Rlley of Shelbyville has gone to Fall River Mass to spend three weeks with his parents Father Riley is pastor of the Church of the Annunciation at Shelbyville and during the few years that he has labored there has made n host of friends irrespective of creed or class His parishioners wish him a delightful trip and a safe journey home- SISTERS ENTER CONVENT Misses Alice and Spalding Young the charming and cultured daugh ters of Col Milton Young one of the leading thoroughbred owners in Lexington left for Albany N Y yesterday to enter upon a two years novitiate at the Sacred Heart convent An elder sister Miss Marie Young Joined the Sacred Heart community several years ago FATHER HILLEBRAND COMING Time Rev Fattier J II Hlllebrand of Evansvlllc and formerly of St Marys of the Knobs will1 l e In Louisville and New Albany next week to visit old friends- YARDMASTER PROMOTED MM 3s CongtiHnyl jwteIMser of the Queen ft Crwotnt railroad at Dmn flUe baa beea promoted to the of i 1 1- i I Cut PriceIClearance In- DUTCHESS TROUSERS Grades98c ft 48Grades1 98Grades1 48Grades 98Grades 48Grades 98Gnd10c for every button that comes off 1 or a new pair free if they rip LEVYSThird All new Spring and Summer styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses IleleotroPaIEtc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 lice of Freight Agent He succeeds T J Council who resigned to be come City Freight Agent of the Southern railroad at St Louis FOR ST ANNS SCHOOL Great preparations are being made to entertain all who attend the lawn fete for the benefit of St Anns parochial school on the school lawn at Seventh and Davies streets on the afternoons and evenings of Tuesday und Wednesday August 24 and 25 Many handsome prizes are to be disposed of and the Rev Father Hill is very anxious for the presence of all his friends MRS 1L A J PULS INJURED Mrs H Ae Puts one of the best known ladies of the West End was seriously hurt in a street car accident at Tewntyflftb and Market streets this week One of her hands was dislocated and she sustained severe bruises about time head and chest It was at this same corner that her husband was injured in a street car accident last year Her many friends hope for her speedy recovery ENJOYED TIlE REST George J Butler and John M Mulloy two popular Hibernians ami well known business men returned home Wednesday night trama Weeks visit to West Baden Both were greatly benefited by the trip and declare that they enjoyed the rest Immensely FRANCISCAN PROVINCIALS Tile Irjenhial chapter of the Fran lJ clwans will be held In Iha various American provInwH in August whennUte election of provincial ana of toUt defialtora fore k prorfaee m triki piwwa 11 I I KENTUOK IRISH ELMERICAN HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SOS East MioJLtx Street t ttttD J DOUGHERTY S J MCELMOTT 1 DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT if Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CAftRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Antwmd Promptly Day IT Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET I It t I It tt tt OHNN 0 J E TRACY L H STRAUB I BOTH PHONES 363 r TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carrl STREETShortU O 11 Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET0 TELEPHONE 810 THOMAS KEENAN 9 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AIIcalll promptly attended to day or night Carriages luruUhed for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Lads and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1O77 Falls City Cleaning and Dye Works- J M QARVEV Manager EXPERT CLEANER and DYER Skirts Cleaned and Pressed 75c Suits Cleaned and Pressed 100 All Work Guaranteed Or No Pay Home Phooe 5S92 416 S FIFTH ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avcoue Jclferianvllle lid HENRY A Jlr POLS DYER AND CLEANER Laiiis and Gilts Wearing Appars WORK GUARANTEED Proiiesas 528 Fifth Street n HENRY flUNOLD BEAUCR INrSfQtllld fyGrCIrIls A pM iT lUll SAMfLE OllIN NNNECTION- fyl Mtkhaa rl- laaMM u llTr Mi WW ifiiiMT a tcy 1 FOR FurnitureOf at the LowestII I Prices go to j WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST C p 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 TilE SOUTH FONTAINE FERRY liTHE PARK BEAUTIFUL Free Band Concerts High Class Vaudeville Dancing and Popular Features FREE GATE 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 wharf 1oat foot of Third street every I Sunday at 9 atagoes about seventy lye miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 8 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TI SECURE DATES FOR Pjcnics Soc alsIOutings This beautiful park haa been greatlyr Jimproved tlrJi season and it furafabdI wifh nw throughout Par tiac or itMishouldi consult the maa MWMttt 4f PhOHlijK ifill Won dodflffr a tIIIcItIo 0 f HIBERNIANS What They have Been Dokrx the Past WeekUeneral- Nowa Note I The Milwniiket division will UH iinnunl summer outing at bncII Park on August 7 Dlvinloii iwill hold UH regular meeting1 next Tuesday evening nnd a full attendance is expected- A I new division of the order with twenty charter member hUH beet I established at Kuinfonl Maine A plan Is on foot In Milwaukee to hold annual athletic field meets similar to those of Eastern cities The Boston Highlands Building Association is preparing to street n new home on a prominent thorough fareMembers of the order in Portland Ore are making great preparations for the national convention next yearAt the latest meeting of Ladies Auxiliary No It of New Britain Conn twenty new members were initiated The Ladles Auxiliary will nice next Wednesday night undl severe interesting committee reports art expected Hibernian Knights of St John New Brunswick are holding weekly drills in preparation for their nail to Quebec The divisions nt San Francisco Oakland antI San lose will take par in the California Y M1 Js Grand Council parade at San Jose on Aug list 1If- lJohn J Klanagaji nod Matt Mc Grath the noted New York athletes will be among the contestants at the Hartford Conn outing and field tiny on August 7 The Hibernian Baseball League oi St Paul Minn Is attracting great crowds and all the Sunday games are well patronized Division 1 lends in the race for the flag Next Thursday night Division 3 will meet and further arrangements will be matte for the joint picnic with the Ladies Auxiliary at Phoenix 11111 Park on August 24 The Massachusetts State Hoard met in Boston last Sunday and dis cussed the next State convention and parade The matter may not be definitely settled before January 1 Daniel L Shea who has been President of the division at Windsor Locks Conn for six years has re tired anti has been presented with a handsome desk as a token of esteemDivision 2 will meet Friday night to perfect plans for its picnic euchre and dance to be given at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday September 20 A social session will follow the regular meeting The division at Jonesville Vis held a picnic on Thursday Tames J Regan of St Paul National Vice President J P Callen of Mil waukee State President and Prof MI G Italian of Marquette Unl ersitywere the speakers ENJOYING VACATION Mrs James Noonan of South Preston street arid her daughter Miss Mamie Noonan a popular clerk at the New York store will leav next week to spend a month with relatives in New York and other Eastern cities- Arthur Kinselln general manager for the M1 S Moses Clothing Com any Is spending a well earned men tion of two weeks in Chicago and the northern lake resorts MAMMOTH PARISH A parish of over 14000 square mites without a single Catholic church has fallen to the lot of a CodyVyoall kinds of placesin houses houses dance halls watch and camps He has ouc full set of vestments and nn extra one which he carries on his journeys fromI place to place DEATH AT OAlinOMTOX I Henry Glauber a well and favorably known resident of Carroll ton Ky died at his home In that city Wednesday morning Death re sulted from tuberculosis The deceased was the local freight agent for the Carrollton Washington railroad and stood high in Catholic circles Ills wife who was formerly Miss Lillian Wllholte nnd one son survive him HOJIIK ON A FURLOUGH Michael J Foley formerly Deputy County Assessor and one of the hardest workers in the ranks of Jet ferson county Democracy spent sev eral days in Louisville this week Mike is now 1n the employment of the Pullman Palace Car Company with at Atchison Kan- lIe JC prospering In the West and will remain there indefinitely CINCINNATIS NEW MAYOU lIon John Galvin Vice Mayor of Cincinnati became Mayor of tim Queen City on time death of CoT Mnrkbreit Mr Galvin tookIjcufjuiu the oath of office on Wednesday and assumed his new duties at once Mayor Calvin is an IrishAmerican and has many friends In Louisville who believe he will fill the office with credit GOOD SELECTION Mr Walter M Klarer of New Al bany has Veen selected as manager of the ONeal ONeal bowling team in the Falls City Dowling League for next season and will ar tinge tar the team to participate In the national tournament at Detroit Walter is deservedly popular with the bowlers and is sure to make rood REVEREND VISITOR The Rev Father John Creary formerly of Louisville now at St Pat ricks l urchFondlu Lac Wis paid a ltto relatives and friends hi Louisville this week Father 11the11 I PORTLAND VB GLEN WOOD TbeP rila d8taJllbU Wit wilt try to even up for the fiwly df dorm defeat of Nte aaaon that tisIj ifrterad a0IuIt tfetta when ti y qi Jfi r it r hookup with Manager BOb Dundons llenwood team tomorrow Afternoon at Portland Park Time Portland boys have certainly held their own with the Indianapolis Cincinnati another outside teams this season and their splendid showing deserves the support of nil baseball lovers who lave an Interest in local talent ST ANNS DAY Numerous Press Reports of Pilgrimages to Her sII Press reports from various clUcK tell of the crowds flint thronged churches dedicated to St Ann mother of the Blessed Virgin on Monday her feast day Prom Kan knkee Ill comes the story of the restoration of sight ta the three yeuisold daughter of Mr nnd Irs EdivArd Fountain IJie olhlld hull been blind since she alas RCVCII ninths old The childs mother had made a novena to the saint at the shrine of St Ann St Ann 11 and nn Mon day led the little one to the altar The child started bars in affright as her closed eyelids opened The mother weeping with joy carried the little one away One of the most remarkable re ligious demonstrations ever seen in the United States occurred nt the Church of St Ann New York City Monday when thousands of lame blind and people otherwise afflicted sought to gain entrance to the church It became necessary to summon details of police to keep the crowd In line A number of miraculous cures were reported on each of the nine days of the novena WORKED LONG AND HARD I Andrew Mack the sweet Irish singer nnd actor has achieved suc cess only after long and arduous work He was born in Boston forty six years ago and from early chill hood had a penchant for the career of an actor At the age of thirteen he began his stage life but it is only within the last few years that he came into prominence as a star RARY snow AT PICNIC Mush interest is being taken in the arrangements for the picnic to be held at Spring Dank Park Monday August 8 uniler the auspices of the West Broadway Social Club There will be a baby show during the afternoon and a number of handsome prizes will be awarded At night n grand rtisplay of fireworks is prom ised FANCIES OF FASHION Shirrings are on their way back Soft cool blouses of China or Japanese silk are popular for summer wearGray tan khaki and even darker shades are more worn than the white linens Stockings match every variety of shoes and the more fashionable dress shades The Pysche knot Is still worn but has become smaller standing out less from the head The twopiece linen suit has a great vogue especially for traveling and automobiling Hat brims seem to get lower and lower Unless they cover almost the entire head they are not modish Strlpes are promised a run in the late summer and already it seems that striped cheviots are to have first place Long sleeves will be worn on all tailored waists but the soft fluffy afternoon frocks will have elbow sleeves Fashionable women are using fewer tan shoes for street wear than for some time and have gone back to black Never was the vogue so great for harmony of the whole costume and the most stylish women appear with gown hat shoes and accessories of the same hue ST PATRICKS HUMOR leII of Jonas relating how the ship in which Jonas had embarked was on the point of sinking because the prophet was not yet willing to obey the command of God strictly When the saint had concluded his dis course he was about to leave but n pagan stopped him and said I clo not like the kind of justice and right your XJod uses WIIYMaid the saint Because replied the pagan if the story you were telling n little while ago is true He was going to drown u whole shlpful of people on account of the crime of ono man the worst judge We ever had in Ireland would not do the lilts of that Come with me my good man said St Patrick nnd he led him to a mossy bank where the saint knew there was a nest of bees Now stay here said Patrick till I find a hive to put these bees Ind Patrick left and when he came back he found the pagan fighting frantically with hands and feet against the bees hundreds of them 1lying dead on the ground and hun dreds more falling Oh why did you so mercilessly destroy these poor bees remonstrated the saint Oh the little demons the little demons yelled the pagan Without the slightest cause or reason one of them stung me on the cheek And said Patrick on account of the misconduct of one you killed them all I thought you said that was an unjust thing to do and that tIle like of it was never done in Ireland The pagan had not a word to say He submitted to St Patrick and woo baptized by him Translated from Irish by the Rev M P Mahon ENERGY AND WILT Energy anti will ititJte soul qt every great character Where it is there is resolute character where its not there is faintnesswith ef offenilnacy duty and failure The strong lndl vidua and the waterfall says the proverb channel their our path CURB FOR ANTS A small quantity of tartar emeUe aa much sugar and cover with wafer Put In a small dirk ortand- pat where the ants are foqnd and A I Ibon time they will nf one RL IRELAND Record o1 the nest Important al the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Patrick Fallon Ins been chosen ToWn Councillor of Drogheda The Right Rev Bishop Fogarty blessed the cornerstone of a new church at Killaloe Tames H Ryan a noted County Clare Nationalist died recently at his home In Killaloe James Delany Surveyor of Kings county died suddenly and his death is generally regretted The Passlonists have established a new novitiate at Blessed Gabriel s Retreat near Ennlskllien Thomas Walsh has been elected County Surveyor of Queens count Ho Is a native of Tlpperary John Thompson a grocer and bachelor of Cavan died Intestate leaving a fortune of 120000 Drummond Grant exPresident iof the Derry Temperance League is dead and his loss Is sincerely felt i in the county The body of Timothy Riordan tof Limerick was found floating In the Shannon He had been missing sev eral weeks Magistrate P J Flynne is the United Irish Leagues candidate toI fill the vacancy In Parliament from North SlIgo Dingle County Kerry Is to have a new free library and 10000 of the money has been contributed by Andrew Carnegie- John Laverty a well known con tractor and the builder of the Belfast Cathedral is dead at the age of fiftythree years Dr Thomas Mulroy while cycling in the County Down was run over by a trap and received injuries which resulted in his death Mrs Mary Shanley of Ballymahon County Longford and her sixteen yearold daughter were attacked by dlptherla and both died on the same dayCrops are looking at their best Corn and flax have been benefited by the recent rains and a large quantity of grass hits been cut ant saved Twenty church choirs assembled for the annual choral festival at New Ross County Wexford The Right Rev Monsignor Darcy preached the sermonJames Bennett a tenyearold boy dived into the Grand Canal near Phillpstown Kings county and res cued a threeyearold child that had fallen into the water The Right Rev Bishop OCallag han celebrated his silver episcopal jubilee at the North Presentation Convent County Cork He received many handsome presents Mrs Ellen Toner Is dead at Strokestown County Roscommon at the age of 105 years Until a week before her death she was able to sew and knit without the aid of spectacles The Rev Father Michael Ddnnel lan one of the most popular priests in Galway is dead at the age of forty years He was held In high esteem by his Bishop and brother priestsThe Right Rev Bishop Tohill has appointed the Rev Father James P Clenaghan B A D D of St Malachys College as Catholic Dean of Residence in the Belfast University Dr Arthur G Martin has been appointed medical officer at the Bally kelly dispensary In the County Derry He succeeds Dr John Ross who resigned after forty years of service Mrs James Nixon wife of a farmer in the County Cavan became mangled In a rope attached to a frightened heifer and was dragged a hundred yards She was badlyI scratched and bruised As the result of the shooting of Terence Kellly by Samuel Qllpm on the streets of Killeshnndrn County Cavan trouble js feared between Protestants and Catholics Keilly is seriously Injured and may die Patrick Monait and Tohn McCou stand both residents of County Down have been presented with gold medals by the Swedish Government in reward for their heroism in rescu- Ing eleven Swedish sailors from a inking boat Many priests attended the obsequies of the Rev Mother Vincent Murray at the Brlgldine Convent County Carlow Mother Vincent was the oldest member of the Brigldine order in Ireland She was a native of Kilkenny and a niece of the Right Rev Dr Haly Bishop of Kildare JOINS HISTORIC BODY Cardinal Gibbons has notified the Albany N Y Burgesses Corps that he had accepted its tender of life membership in that historic body which probably numbers more famous Americans among its mem bership than any similar organiza ion in the country The Cardinal has also permitted his nomination na honorary chaplain ST LOUIS CENTENARY St Louis is to have u centennial celebration next year and the Cath olics will have a large part in it Archbishop Glennoh will be one of the foremost figures In the big event and has given permission for the bells of the old Cathedral and the other churches to ring at 6 oclock on the morning of October 3 tIle first day of the festival EDWARD ROSLER HONORED Mr and Mrs Edward Bonier re turned yesterday from a visit to Boston New York and other points of interest in the East Mr Bosler attended the convention of the National Leather and Shoe Finders Association in Boston last week and was honored by appointment on the Executive Committee of that pod 8ISEPLE OERBMOND3S The flight Rev Xfonsignor Ander son of Boston was consecrated Auxiliary Bishop of that arohdIoccM kit Sunday ArehbUhop Wi lli Connell wan thee conMcratjn pre ste The ormony took Cat a low aaaaa andI rro sermon Mao 4upolbd f n 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Rte tiJNNrMer11N l4 PMw 151 RELIGIOUS Crisis Is itapldly Approaching and All Eyes Arc On France Spiritual Consolation Refue the Dying nod Abuses Continue Cardinal Andrlcii the Centr Figure in Fight For Liberty WHAT BAYONNES BISHOP SAID nip Rev Father Kelly of the Catholic Church Extension Society who is now sojourning in France writes The dying in the hospitalsI asking for religious consolation are refused it Robbed and scourged by a dishonest Government are the clergy of France forbidden to anything for the glory of God and the honor of their country yet t often we in America who ought know better turn to them with I blame upon our lips No greater service could be done today in t cause of justice than to have the American people know because they are a fairminded people when they do know just what is the situ ntion in France A crisis seems to be rapidly approaching in religious matters Iin France the Government appears be abondoning its cautious seizure of one point of vantage after another in its attacks upon the church and to be determined to force tissue h no win one grand final cunfli with the hierarchy of France Within n few months six Bishops have been presented under the s 3 called separation law The Bishop of Cahors was fined 5 for forbid ding his flock to send their children to antireligious schools The Archbishop of Audi and six of his priests were fined 10 each for the same reason They have refused to pay and will probably go to prisoni The Bishop of Bayonne was fine 100 for declaring excommunicated the purchasers of eontisente- thureh property Tne Council of State has given judgment in the case of the great votive basilica of Mont madre in Purls It declares that the church forms part of the arch- Iepiscopal meiiso and it is to be confiscated by the Government The editor of Rome says the t other prosecutions are in sight an it is quite clear that the church Ii Iti France is entering into the las stage of the conflict that will mean death or victory The recent letter from Pius X to Col Keller has been falsely heralded by the AntiClericals as a condemnation of republicanism general and of the French repub in particular Needless to say no interpretation can with any ilie be placed upon it nor wa so intended by the Holy See On their side the members of the I Iitnil the great central figure Abou- him are gathered all his fellow t IHshops Elght five of them have written to him letters of congratu lation and of adherence to the standII lie has taken The Bishop of Bayonne summoned in his turn beC fore the civil court also made splendid declaration of principles There are some who believe he said that in this world there i j but one power the civil poewr In l truth there are two To the civil3 I power God has entrusted the tern I I poral order for the natters reI ng to the religious order He atIconstituted n spiritual entrusted to Ills church These twoII powers have each their proper and distinct domain they are therefore Independent The church has th right of opposing the intrusion o the State in its domain as the State can repel the incursions of the church in purely civil affairs The Caesars made uneasy find jealous by tins rival power which I iroclalmed its dominion over mens j louls tried to obtain possession of for their own purposes or to de stroy It They command the apostles to be silent the apostles refuse to obey and are cast into prison and put to death I have said that there are laws which it is a duty to disobey And I have said that to lay it down as n principle that the law is to be blindly obeyed nil that it commands or 1pohlblts absurd and monstrous It would mean the glorification of servitude and tyranny When a law is in op position with the divine law or when it violates the rights of eon science it is no longer a law me you have not a revolutionary it before you The Bishops are the most respectful of citizens toward just laws but they are also the defenders of the rights of con sciences and In certain cases they have n mission to protect the weak resisting the strong MISS NELLIE FINEGAN IIUIIT Miss Nellie Finegan of 1039 South ixth street sustained serious in fidoaboard n Sixth street car en route 1l1eavilyFinegnn was thrown violently froJt1Ie her seat and sustained serious 11hi jurles to her back It may be a week before the lull ext at of her Injurlt s known Less than a year ago Miss Finegan waif injured in iti similar ac cident and was confined to her home- or three months as a result IN AID OP ORPHANS The Trustees of St Josephs Orphan Asylum cordially iinvite tbs public to attend the annual outing ntlteasylum grounds Cregfnt be Hill aft Wednesday August 11 En terUiriiBir latiirw have been ar ranged for young and otd aldCi numnrousi prises will be 4Upo ed ofcl during the aftarnooB and evening aheab1u11t aDd supper will be j SOCIETY DIRECTORY e A O IX- DIVISION 1 I Meets at Falls City Hall on First and I Thlrdfuesday- Presldentlhomas Keenan Sr RyanRecording Financial SecretaryThos Dolan TreasurerCharles J Finega- ndiSerguantatArmsAndrew Curran SentinelLouis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings President Con JrFord nlVice President D D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone KeaneyTreasuSergeantatArms John T Brown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEveningsb and Main Streets SuljivanVice SecretaryThos6tevenFinancial n TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Begley 4dMeets Second and Fourth Mondays StreettoLyncbFinancial M- ho U Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmsTohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Melts on the First and Third TuesI todays at Pfaus naIl KennedyPresidentLouis Vice PresidentRobert Qleasoh Recording SecretaryThos OHern ColctTreasurerBernard I Standing Committee Redmon- Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y lX x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Ttventq sixth Street KiefferdDCllnedPresidentSamueld L Recording Secretary Thomas F Bachman SecretaryWilliamF Financial SecretaryFrank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Sentinel J C F Bartsch dOutside AntiI 1g I 9I o An Old merchant 6 1fl01ifor30yeenAboutl0eanegoIwesemkt tore specialists buttoned no relief until I wa advised br a friend to try Pastor Koenig s Nerve Tonic 07 the me of which I here been cared I feel tare the Nerve Tonle will help many who are suffering from nervous troubles W c DUNES Could Not Remember My Own Name 1801aJ wee afflicted for 6 months with nervous 1 prostration to such an extent that I did not re member 017 own name and did not even recognize t easeafnlljr as 10 complicated that Iro not i like to think of It After I had taken the first bottle of Pastor hoenigi Nerve Tonic began to feel stronger and after I had taken 8 bottles I am entirely cured MBS A BOYLE I I A Valuable Book on Nor FREE vous Diseases aDd a Sample bottle to any address Poor pa J FortWayne 1 KOENIG MED CO Chicago III StreetfULorgeserved on the grounds Caring fbr i the orphans isa pralseo vrthy charlity and all should help the asylum l Trustees acording to their means MEANS MUCK Tne Result of Games With the MinneapolisTeam A battle royal for pennant honors will be inaugurated at Eclipse Park this afternoon when Jimmy Collins Minneapolis team will begin a four game series with Oraysons Colonels and it means much to the victor as insures first or second place in the race for several days at the least On their last trip here time plcldngfrthree straights but better things are expected from the Colonels this ManagerAielute argame of his lift snit an article of t siballcrowdsTho new owner William Grayson certainly made a bid for popular when he made the announcement of a reduction in price of ad for the ladies This is as it be for the presence of the has a good tendency In file be of the crowds and no hotter ndvortfsing medium could be iu voiced as the fair sex will certainly prove goodl boosters for this tam FEDERATION CONVENTION D The National federation of Cath olio Societies will begin its eighth annual convention at Plttsburg1 one week from tomorrow when the Right Rev Bishop Cannevin will celebrate and open with Pontifical high mass The Initial Sermon will preaohedDythe Right IleY Bishop Maesj of CoTinglon Anthony t Sheridan President of the Jefferson of Federation of Catholic SoJ I + eq and rAitonrtsy Newton 0 i Louisville at Ire thenatimralthev will 0 jjjjj jjj DESPERATE Seems to be Plight of the Post la Its Efforts Against City s Democracy- r Tries to Play Both Sides In Fruitless Endeavor to Curry Favor The Republican Machine Would Like to See Democrats Divided CITY OFFICIALS IN THE GRAFT Day after day the Louisville Evens Ing Post is attempting by innuendo Democraticttcketrmake a plain statement it asks a question that lends doubtful Thomases astray It awnts to see the Democratic party disrupted and in so doing is liable to be split in attempting Grinstead ticket on one side and an independent Democratic ticketonthe other The chances are that the Post will slip and be split from the pelvis to where its brains ought to be The Post is urging Col Morris Belknap for head of the First Kentucky Regiment That is not strangel The Post dearly loves a Democrat Time man with money is wisdomThequestions but fails to publish the answer Here is one it might answer Who is the Captain of Police tIlelpatrol wagon easyfora fight at a fishing camp on the Ohio river on July 18 in which one man was badly beaten and is not a prominent county official materially interested in the welfare of campHas ever answered they Heralds question as to which of the ofI fice was indicted for permitting gambling on his saloon premises and thereafter confessed a fine The 1Post harps continually on the Cum yeAttorneyt friepdof the telephone compan and of time Post Members of the General Council are not allowed under the city char indirectlyinterestedH but If one gets a look at the city lor county pay rolls they will show that sons nephews brothersinlaw and other relatives of Councilmen and Aldermen are either Interested in contracts or drawing salaries from either the city or county The Republican administration has been guilty of so many sins o omission and commission that it i seeking to hide away and at the same time cries out against the al leged crimes of the Democratic theRepubpartyAnotherIt deals with Pat and Mike the two white horses that draw the Central patrol wagon The story is current changedtocause they hauled Democratic policemen in 1005- A1tCi11SIS1I01 KEANE VERY ILlJ According to the latest novices the Most Rev John J Keane Archbishop of Dubuque is dose to death and his physicians entertain no hope of his recovery He is suffering from ArchbishopKeane workers in the American hierarchy priesthood ington D C His learning and zeal caused him to be raised to the pre lacy as Bishop of Richmond Va It was to his lot that fell the work of organizing the Catholic University at Washington and his hard and anxious work in that task undermined his health Later still he was c elevated to the Archbishopric of Dubuque He is noted In Catholic circles as an educator scholar and champion of total abstinence All over the United State prayers arc being offered up for his speedy recovery or happy death COL DORAN HONORED Col John J Dorian has been nom Cpurtbwas twice elected City Treasurer of Paducah and rack time ran ahead of the ticket Moreover he wns the first Republican ever elected to a salaried office in that Gibraltar of Democracy There are few Republi cans in the State more widely known than Col Dorian who has not missed State convention of his party in prede know him believe that he will temper justice with mercy PLANS MATURING Plans for the joint picnic to be given by Division 3 and the Ladles Auxiliary at Phoenix Hill Park on August 24 eve rapidly maturing and the folowing ExecuUveCommlHee has been appointed Mrs Daniel J 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