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I KENTUCKy IRISII AMERICAN VOLUllE XXIIINO G LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 7 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS F EXCELLENT Advice to Catholics On Our Free Libraries and Their 1 Use Have the llight toPeinand That Their Literature Be Handled Federation Has Endorsed More Frequent Visits to LibrariesIa It t CATHOLIC BOOKS SHOULD LEAD 1 1 William Stetson Merrill a writer iI of unusual force has an excellent article on Catholic Literature In I I Public Libraries in the July number of the Catholic World He tells us that there are now In the United States over 10000 public libraries 1 containing more than 50000 volumes j each and fiftynine of them with I more than 100000 volumes each I Most of these libraries he says areI suitably Loused ably administered 1 and are supported by taxes paid by t Catholics as well as non Cathottca Mr Merrill also gives this advice Catholics may without either com 1 promising their principles or burden lug themselves with expense secure all the benefits to which they are 1 entitled and really all they want byI preparing lists of the Catholic books In each local library by drawing these books for Home reading andI by recommending the purchase ofI others by the library The writer also tells us tha librarians when reproached with the small number of Catholic books on their shelves have replied by saying that the books are not called for and that the purchase of books for th library being limited by appropria tion must be made along lines of reading followed by te majority o terspatrons Then ho adds and the librarians are right Further along the writer tells us that the efforts of Catholic members of the library boards are sometimes not known and appreciated as the should be A catalogue recently prepared at Chicano lists nearly 3000 volumes written by Catholic J authors and obtainable at the Chicago J Publlo Library The writer J also quotes the resolutions adopted by the Catholic Federation at Detroit in 1904 where the following oc curs Catholics should insist that I public library directors should sys tematlcally purchase Catholic books and wherever librarians are unable to make a proper selection of Catholic books the Catholic citizens should demand the appointment of such n person as will respect the rights of all As a result of that resolution the International Catholic Truth Societ published a comprehensive catalogu- of j dCatholic books In the English an German languages The whole won was edited by the Jesuits of Canlslus College The list covers 100 pages and the titles are classed under fiction church and secular history biography travel philosophy scl Pence education Bible study co troversial and devotional book- poetry s drama essays and Catholic periodicals Sinco then the Knights of Columbus at New Haven Conn and Chicago have gotten out cat alogues of books for readersMr Merrill asks and answers theI questlon What will be the effect upon Catholic literature of a wide spread movement to list Catholic books in public HbrarlesrxTho more Catholic books are read the more will1 they be written and the greater will1 be the success of both authors andI publishersIn Mr Merrill sums up the subject as follows Some of the finest scholars and writers in the world are Catholics some of the best fiction In the world perhaps the very best has been written and is written by Catholics Catholic literature should lead the world In every department It needs to be booked and the best way is to boom it Is to show the world there is a lot of It There is no nobler service that Cat olio organizations all over the cou try can undertake than to make known the Catholic literature In public libraries of their vicinity and to take steps to increase its extent and use among Catholics and non Catholics in the community AMERICAN TOLERANCE Speaking before the agents of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company in Milwaukee Justice David Brewer of the United States Supreme Court commended Ameri can religions and said One of the Chief Justices of our nation was ai Jtspresentmelflbers i could charge that the conferenc- which are held to discuss the vari decisions and questions there Vould ever dream that there was any rej ligious differences between tile members of that board OUR OQLOREiy BRETHREN Our Colored Missions is the t1 of an Instructive journal published annually and devoted to the propa gatlon of the faith among the col ored people of the United States It Is under the patronage oJ Cardinal GibboBfti Archbishops Ryan Farley Bleak and Bishops Byrne Alton andI IlImrtte Dlwotor OeneraV of tie Cath slit Bow4ol iflMtoa Work mong the cotorojLjMOple Tfee little map sin e is quite instructive and contains many Interesting items concerning mission work among the coloredoln pie Our Colored a great work sad Father should be given material aid DurkeII as moral support in his work magazine can be sedated by address imtg Rev Father John E Durke No Madison avenue New York City CANOE CAPSIZED And George H Ratterman Sinks to a Watery Grave George H Ratterman one of the best known and most popular busi men In Louisville lost his life In very distressing accident last Sun day afternoon He was drowned in the Ohio river while his wife daugh ter and son looked on powerless to help him Mr Ratterman might have been saved lAbfl he not called to his wouldbe rescuers to save his friend Confident of his own strength lie attempted to swim ashore but the current was too much for him He was swept beneath a barge anti drowned Hay Rntterman a seventeen year old son of the deceased and a num ber of companions had established a fishing camp on the river bunk about two and n half miles below River IastISunday the lather left Louisville to spend time day with their son at the camp Dr Edward Buechel friend and brotherInlaw- of Mr Ratterman accompanied the party About 3 oclock Tr DIe hel and 3fr Ratterman went out In n canoe and were apparently enjoying themselves Suddenly the canoe capsized but both men were rescued They tried it again and again time canoe overturned Both clung to the side of the canoe until Ray Rattermnn anti a com Drtcan called Rattermnn Dr Duechel wn taken ashore and the boys hastened toward the elder man Before the beenesucked under by the current amt drawn beneath n sunken barge His son Ray Ratterman and oth made heroic efforts to rescue the body but In vain The grief stricken family wept In agony The deceased is survived by lie widow who was formerly Miss Tope Ray nynineyearold daughter two brothers Frank A and John B flatter man and three sisters Mrs William Herbold Mrs John Duettllngcr and- RntterroniMrs J A Hillerich Mr was born in Louisville fiftyfour years ngo nnd for thc= pnah twenty yenta was engaged in the feed business on Eleventh street between Market and Jefferson Mr Rattermans body was not re covered until Tuesday morning when it floated to the surface near where he was drowned It was prepared for burial nnd removed t the family residence 1930 West platfrom bydn friendsk CARDINAL GIBBONS And Many Other Prelates tonUtah Sunday August 15 will be the histare I of the Catholic church in Utah sine t the missionary fathers planted the first time time cross in that forII ritory for on that day there will et dedicated the new Cathedral of j Mary Magdalen The event will call Illghdlgnltarlcsi America These will include Car iafoot Gibbons Archbishop P AV Riordan of San Francisco Arch lbishop J J Glennon of St Louis Archbishop Christie of Portland Bishop A J Glorieux of Boise 3 Bishop Lcnlhnn of Great Falls Mont Bishop Richard Scan ell of Omaha and Bishop J J Keane Cheyenne These have signified their jiintention of being present In add Mathz annLillis of Kansas City will atten vithleave Chicago on August 2 in a spe clal car placed at his disposal by the Harriman system At St Louis byArcbblshopGlenl1on teed westward and make a tour of the Yellowstone National Park onSatnrdliyAJgust the dedication will take place THROWN FROM WAGON Patrick Tracy a well knovn grocer of Jeffersonville while in Louisville on business Monday morn wageede t famed severe bruises about the head and body He was able to drive to lmig home however and while atlll a little sore from the shaking up sillof lracrlatheTracy4e j VISITS HIS MOTHER The Rev Brother Bernard Direc tai of the Xayerlan CpHege at Bat th more hoe been spending several weefc with hU mother Jrs Karyr J Price at New Haven HU aleetMiss Bewte Demar otOwetuboib U also vlsitJoi her Paour Mm Price M- rwlf REVISION Of tile Latin Bible Goes Steadily On But Very Slowly Indeed Commission Appointed by Pope Pius X Has Years of Labor Leery Care Taken to Insure the Correct Text in New Version HOLY FATHER DEFRAYS THE COST The commission appointed by Pope Plus X to revise the Vulgate or Latin Bible is making excellent progress in its preliminary work hilt twill take an immense amount of money and eight or ton years of hard work to bring it to a successful completion Dom Gasquet General of the Benedictines has been placed at the head of the commission which Popehimselfheavy cost of this production Be sides the printing of this Bible considerable progress huts been made during the last year with the preparation of a hand list of all the Latin biblical manuscripts in the libararies of Europe which when completedJ I will be of great use to the revisers As tile collators finish their work in the various libraries or archives where biblical manuscripts are found I H they send their annotated copy to San Anselmo where they are bound and added to a collection which userslibrary of all the different versions of the Bible Seven Important collations already have been made and at the present rate of work the number- of these volumes will Increase rapI jIdly To determine the relative value of the different manuscripts collated I iit Is necessary to know the country of their origin and the influences to subjectedThebe found In most ancient Bibles at the beginning of each book of the Scriptures are now recognized asIfurnishing a useful clew to their I place of origin as they differ consld I stably according to influences of time and locality III Abbot Gasquet has written an ac ountof thoworkof St Jerome inrwhich he has described the causes Jwhich led to the corruptions and confusions of the Jerome version This version was not adopted generally until Pope Gregory the Great issued a peremptory order The text In use today Is that Issued by Pope Clement oof the Tabors of a commission extending over forty years The Clementine unsatIIsCactoryI I Pope Pius X consequently de termined to have a new revision based upon scientific research The Gasquet commission has been directed to search all the libraries of Europe for reliable manuscripts Thu work also will be prosecuted 1 n northern Africa in the hope of dls covering treasures that were carried oft by the Moors when they war e driven from Spain In an article de scribing time method of work the Rome correspondent of rollowedI don Times says I collatioJa eibeen printed each page being left blank twothirds of its surface th remainingtlllrdS stops and no words dividedso as to resemble manuscripts as far as pos sible When a reviser wishes to collate any manuscript he has only J to correct this print like an ordinary I proof sheet and so reproduce every I helothim I versions of the Psalms made by S II specialtreatment l first two the Romana and the Galllcana made by St Jerome from ofold Itala version corrected by I haybeena part common to both versions follow middlde thlle servIngItOYAL GREETINGI Extended Kighis of Colum bus by Citlqens of Mobile The national convention of the Knights of Columbus was heldatMobile Ala this week and from all accounts it was the greatest conven Ion stet held by that body Aside from the convention held in Lout vllle a few years ago it was time fir time the national convention met In the South The entire 3ta Alabama joined the citizens of vlsltorllEerysented and besides there Nero visa ors and delegates from Canada PhUlpplneIno Although the conrentlpn dldnotopen amoral Tuesday Mobile had put on gala attire before said Sundays hPi city war decorated after the mannerI of Mardi Gras timesBanners of red white and blue which are the u Uonal colors is well M thole ttte Knight of poIunOnia flotiea everywhere and thoucand of c rl r smartly dressed men and women thronged time streets Excursions on the bay moonlight automobile dinners and festive gatherings rlllesl kinds added to the pleasures of the delegates and visitors The National Board of Directors met at New Orleans on Monday and discussed several Important matters that were later laid before the can vention One was time proposed in vestment of an additional 100000 of presenttheand has n cash surplus of 300000 New councils are in process of es tablishment at New Foundlaud and Alaska IMMENSE GATHERING Of Catholic Temperance Workers Held This Week The Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America convened in Chi cago this week and edch day busy sessions were held On Tuesday evening the National Executive Council met in the Auditorium Hotel Visiting delegates were also given a reception there by local members of the society On Wednes day the delegates assembled at holyfi nightnePontifical mass at 10 oclock The OCnl1aghanCfirst business of the tconvention wasIheld in the Auditorium Theater at 1130 At 2 oclock the first sifter noon session was helil T Wednesday evenIng nt 730 the visitors took part with local mem temIperancoparadc1 by a mass meeting at tile Auditorium Theater The Right Rev J Regis Canneyin Bishop of Pitts burg delivered an address on The Observance of Sunday The Rev Father James Df Rsiardon of St Pauls Seminary spoke on The Catholic Church and the American Saloon Time Rev Ulmer Mueller C P P S had for oTotalDurISocietyI at tended n solemn High mass of requiem for deceased members at St Marys church Business sessions eenlngOnn boat excursion on Lake Michigan RECENT DEATHS al RossItCl1urchoni i at deceased was a member of an old and well known Catholic family of i hlbrothersCharlesRosswas formerly a resident of Louisville and for many years was connected DookCompany IThe funeral of Mrs Emma Reilly WestMnrkett i j t week took place from St Cecilias church Sunday afternoon The do ceased was fortythree years of age Jobnn oStwas well beloved by all who kne generalldy IJohn Evans thirtyseven years of StLOulsa j streetSaturday funeraSs morning i s JosepKoyerEvans of the Louisville fire depart jovialImourn his untimely death Owenttoolsk churchMondayby his wife Tho deceased was fifty timeIIlllnolas withbox Inthei hlvLARGE FAMILY MOURNS The funeral of Peter Herborger resIdence t lastFridat Martins church Monday morning MrHerbergerGermany sixtyeight years ago Budj came to America with his parents when quite a small boy During tho past fortyfive years he had resided retiredfewry a successful trade as a butcher Hon setatd a getrrevtoh tart survive him The children are Nllllaandm Mrtedi Barbara Herberger CATHOLIC CIIAUrAUQUA u Catholic prelates plergy and Jajv wets of national repute will lecture at the Western Catliolla Chautauqua Spring Bank JVIdprlni the latter part ipf this month and the ear JofifowfluM will be poe of the prior clpal lecturtim J- rj J fl PROGRESS On the Blrrell Land Bill Is Kinking Haste Very Slowly treat Fight On Bill lu House ot Lords AV111 Coiho Next LloydGeorge Makes Agreement With Irish Lenders nt Last TilE IRISH PARTY STANDS WELLS The Irish land bill made some progress in the House of Commons last week declares T P OConnor M P but further consideration of it has been postponed for three weeks and it will not reach the House Lords before September The real- ghting on the bill In the House of Lords will begin about the end of that month and It is practically certain that that body will not reject the bill but it may so mutilate it that it will not be acceptable to the isprettyHouse of Commons Is concerned Redmond was angry with tho post ponement to which the measure has been subjected and on the other I hand the Governments members are at tllelr wits end because of the con gestlon of business and the terrific fight and terrible waste of time over the LloydGeorge budget However LloydGeorge sent for Redmond and an agreement was I I landItwo Fridays were given to the Birrell bill in July lull a big block f time is to be devoted to its dls Ion in August The clauses of lIctnslugIis fairly certain that by that time the Government will be ready to make substantial concessions I But it is rather consoling now to look back on all the forces that were In alliance alt with the one object of destroying the leadership of Red 1 mond and the unity of the Irish party The consplratorss are now lying rather low but they will at tempt to make mischief during th o discussions of the Irish land bill They began the first day the bill was untlzrdisednsIOndenouucingwi terms which were obviously extrava gant and dishonest and ignoring all the many benefits which It will confer on Ireland In England another faction has been doing its utmost against th party Some Tory clergymen either Scotch or English have been oppos ing the candidates supported by the Irish party raising once more the question of the Catholic schools The Catholic schools have been saved from attack by the Irish party The Tory gentlemen never think of returning any gratitude They are sixteenth century Tories n good many of them are Tories first and Catholics afterward and are part of that antiIrish combination of which the Duko of Norfolk Is the thoughwCatholic is more antiIrish than the I I Protestant Tory But the Irish PIlO pie have been roused to indignation by the attacks made on their leader and are backing the party up every where as best they can The Irish party stands well triumph over fac tion and with the two English parties equally pledged to give Ire land a new measure to close the tan struggle But it would be a mis fortune all the same if the lane struggle were not closed now and closed by the passage into law o Blrrells bill GRAND COUNCIL Of Y M I Will Meet Here Por Its Annual Session I Frank G Adams Chairman of the I i Hoardi of Grand Directors of the I yU L declares that everything i tin readiness for the annual convention to be held here tomorrow Monday and Tuesday In addition to the local councils delegates will como LexingtonIlrankfort Owensboro nail Knottsville Ky and Memphis Tenn The Gait House will be the headquarters for time vis frets during their stay in Louisville Tomorrow morning the visitors will attend mass In company with members of the local reception com mi tee and in the afternoon will be informnly entertained at Mackin and Trinity Council club houses A the business sessions of the Grand Council will bp held at Trinity Cou ells club house Baxter and Morton avenues On Monday warning local- and visiting delegates wlllassemllle tbat Trinitys hall and proceed to St lnaBsThoflrflt10 oclock The afternoon session will close in time to allow the dele particlesindanceThecarswl11leaeparty1ltiddne to of the city From there the train attlendto e There an elegant banquet Will jbti eEylOe fKUkhtoastmaster Those who wifeasad fT iI LaICain I nowIresldentlastGrundJoseph A Cassidy Mayor of Belle willbeenjoTuesday morning another business session will be held and the election of officers will be held In the niter noon Tuesday night the sessions will close with a moonlight excursion on the Qhlo river GREAT BABY SHOW Will Be Feature of the West BroadwaySocialsOuting Nothing except the weather can iInterfere with the success of the to be given by time Broadway ocial Club at Spring Bank Park on Monday afternoon Many of the best known business and commercial man- n time West End their wives and children have engaged In working up enthusiasm and as the proceeds are to be devoted to a worthy char i promisedDuringwill be in progress and proud fath displaytheirone of the handsomc prizes to bo awarded There will bo a grand dis eveningThe admirably fitted with Chairmen James hienteig an expert at the business will be in charge of the refresh ments Theodore Deacon will be in charge of the dancing hall and Airi lIuperlntenll Ing room will bo Mcsdames Klundcr Baker Pfeiffer App Riddles Walz Kachler and Avolf who will be as girluMary and Margaret Dalton will pre side over the candy booth Messrs Will Pfeiffer will be in charge of tho entertainments and W A Gathof in charge of the fireowrks Thomas D Clines and B J Gerst will have charge of time baby show and propose to make it a special feature ENJOYING HOLIDAY Pope Plus X Takes Dally Walks In the Vatican Gardens byothe hot weather and perhaps none enjoys this more than ills Holiness tidesItaglYeseLSurmnntime inthe open air and he daily takes his walks in the Vatican gardens hisi springthereand so many pilgrimages to receive theseepleasurable walks Never more than one companion attends him on hia rambles Recently while on one of these walks the Pope stood still and then stretching out his arms cxcclaimed And some people deny Godl How can they on n day like this Such n crime is greater it seems to me iin Italy than elsewhere lime Pope continues to enjoy the best of health anti if his confine matt in the Vatican is irksome none over hear him complain He arises early celebrates tones devotes as PapalbusinessI a general rule he takes a brief siesta after his dinner and then spends several hours in the open air FOR ST JOSEPHS ORPHANS Leodn annual outing for the Asylume Wednesdayfor street cars pass In front of the onlyflfteenthe city The asylum Trustees ar preparing an eruptive hospital on th e grounds to care for the orphans In- case of contagious diseases This and other contemplated Improvements will entail an expense of 5000 and it Is to meet this obligation h that the outing will be given There will be numerous booths of fancy work refreshments cigars thsb grounds Many handsome prizes willt be disposed of during the afternoon and evening RIPE OLD AGE Daniel OSullivan a welt knowni resident of Shelbyvllle died at hist home In that city on Friday of last week The deceased was born i i Ireland eightythree years ago an came to the United States in thei early SOs During the civil war he served as a Confederate soldier in ai Georgia regiment At the close llthe war ho located at Shelbyville an lived there the remainder of his life manny years One son Michael OSulllvan editor of the Shelby Sentinel and a former member pf the survive him The funeral servl were held at the Church of the An nunclatlpn on Sunday morning AItERNv BREAKS RECORD YorkIrishAmericanl the worlds record for two hops an- a Jump last Sunday at Celtic Par i wnbeing held under the auspices the Ckmn Gael Ahern covers WhJqhIsl j d made py Danl Shanhahanl of Lliu wgoTtuarksh br e American Aihletlc t1JlIOaoaoeraf tt tt SHEPHERDS Among the Flock oi ColoredrCatholic Arc Very Few Laborers in time Mission Field Depend On Charity Qt Whites Four Colored Priests Are Now Laboring Among Their Mace NEGRO BISHOP TOILED IN BRAZIL The Catholic church is doing a great work among the colored Catholics of the United States but un fortunately time bandof missionary priests engaged in the work is small and their resources limited These priests necessarily labor among very poor people and have to depend alto gether on the bounty of charitable white Catholics it is needless to say that most of the priests in fact more than 00 per cent of those en gaged in missionary work among the negroes are white At present there are only four colored priests in the United States Three of the four arc members of the Josephltes while the fourth is a member of the Con gregation of the Holy Ghost Of these four the Rev Charles Randolph Uncles was the first ordained Ho was born in Baltimore and was ordined there by Cardinal GIbbons in 1891 Since his ordination he has been a professor in the Epiphany College at Wallbrook near Baltimore That is n preparatory college for students who afterward prepare themselves for the colored v priesthoodThe colored priest is the Rev Father John H Dorsey also a native of Baltimore who was or DalthnoreInat the ordination Father Dorsey is CollegoforAla The third is time Rev Father Joseph A Plantvlgne a native of Louisiana He was ordained by tho late Right Rev Bishop Curtis at St Josephs Seminary Baltimore in 1007 He is now assistant pastor at tlku ucanaisXavieria ohurchf New York dltone of the largest and oldest Catholic parishes for colored countryThe ordained Cal ored priest is the Rev Father Jo seph A Burgess who was ordained at Paris France late in 1007 at the seminary of the Congregation of the professor order nt Cornwells Pa The first colored priest ordained In the United States was the Rev Father Augustine Tolton who was born of slave parents in lillinois He 1 completIng ordination he was made pastor of St Monicas church Chicago in 1807 South America has had many col ored priests mind the first negro Bishop in America He was tho Right Rev Silvera Gomez Pimentnr Bishop of Marianne Brazil Bishop parentsIleunder many vicissitudes but was finally ordained In 1002 he wastelevated to the Bishopric of Marl anna where he was the spiritual shepherd of 2000000 souls Ills new office was by no means a sinecure andnreligion was at a very low ebb He was almost alone and without re hefbroughte a hard work as Bishop brought his life to a close io 1005 Bishop Pimentnr was a man of vast learning and had a high reputation among Orientalists for his knowledge of Semetlc lan guages + t SUCCUMBED TO INJURIES John Dolan a foreman of construction for the Louisville Gas Com injuries Dolan was superintending work in a trench on A street between Third and Fourth when electric linemen overhead dropped a live wire into the trench It struck Joseph Fleltz sobadyJdayMrdeath until he finally succumbed last Friday He wan t1fty two years old childrendfuneral which was largely attend + ed took place from St Michaels church on Monday morning AUXILIARYceThe Ladies Auxiliary A O II had n well attended meeting Wednesday night and transacted quite a lot of routine business One now member was elected and one application was lreaided todPohoenlHul II l J anofoutinhall Hibernians are requested to 7 t AlimUwaiaaUc guar the pcorpcots for taw U picnic t l- 1t F SEI TUOKY IRISH AMFiRI0A14t KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advanceraemeot of Irish Americans and Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IIRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY Sc Entered at tho Uulivllle Potottle a Second Claa flitter SiAddressi iiTRADES acct c ON COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 7 1909 SOMEllODYS NEUGKNCE The tmniuier iis just at its prime and already ninny lives have been lost in accidents on the Ohio river Some of these accidents have been due to carelessness on the part of t the victims but the distressing death of Mr Katterman lust Sunday seems to haVe been due to the negli gence of the Government in failing to remove the sunken barge under which the unfortunate tutus was dragged to his death It Iinn the duty of the Government to keep the chan nel free of obstructions Certainly the presence of the sunken barge was known to Government officials njul should have been removed r CITY AND TUB PUMPS The announcement made last week by Alex tL Barret Chairman of the Board of Public Works tha the city intended to furnish free water is heartily approved by all1 right thinking people Few if any of the old pumps are furnishing Ovate free from pollution and they should be torn down ns speedily as possible The erection of drinking fountains at street corners in lieu of the pumps will cost money and lots of it but It will prevent fever epidemics and death As speedily as possible the new drinking fountains should be erected and if it is done the movement will lie one creditable to the city administration COWARDLY ATTACK The cowardlyI attack of men and boys on Umpires Conahan und Owens last Sunday nt Eclipse Park surely did more to give a black eye to the good name of baseball than to prove the valor of the attackers who certainly showed 11 spirit of bravery in attempting to asasul- two unarmed men who had their backs turned and were saved from probable serious injury by the prompt action of dipt Steve Wick lunu and his men To an un prejudiced mind there can be no contention that Umpire Conahan gave an honest decision which was concurred in by Umpire Owens an furthermore their decision was up hell by every National und American League umpire Not one whit less cowardly than the mob was th action of the baseball writers of thei Coturler Journal and Times who claimed that the decision was upheld by the National and League officials because of clannishness An apology is certainly due Messrs Conahan and Owens ANENT PAUPER IMMIGRANTS Congress has rightfully orderedI that pauper Immigrants must not be admitted to this country We haye more paupers now than we shouldI and there is no just reason to allowing ourselves to be burdened with more If it were permitted the United States would soon be the dumping ground for the lame tin halt the blind and infirm of every nation in Europe Yet Congress has not drawn a flue line as to what degree of impecunity constitutes a pauper The Commissioner of Immi gration in lieu of any Congressional enactment recently ruled that alll immigrants must be possessed of at least 25 and a railroad ticket to his destination This sounds only lair1 since no immigrant man or woman can find employment the day after landing Until they do find employment all must live Many in foe the majority of the immigrants now coming over do not understand a word of English They may bring sirong hands and a willingness to become good citizens but they must learn the language before they can obtain profitable employment The 25 regulation seems to be aright II yet it should be adheres to and administered with consideration and intelligence We have members of Congress and millionaires woo dI aunt have 25 when they retched our shores but they were willing ener gear and intelligent There should be Rome discrimination shown between the immigrant who for lack of funds is likely to become a cliarge on public or private charity and those wild while desperately poor yet haveI youth and rigor on t their sides bte generally enforced the fact should be proclaimed in foreign countries to sere prospective mmigipnts from deportation ttt nTh thirdiuiabet ofe Mtdlan Quarter a 1 Bvew1 ma eiit g perU t la wek d eotitafu 4nttatber t 1aWMtlng ate Ja I IL struetive articles Possibly the sanest thing that has yet appeared jin the war on tuberculosis is the article from the pen of Ret Father George M Connor and is entitled Thou Shalt Not 111111he Midland Quarterly Is really a high class magazine and is improving with eachj I issue The New York Times recently printed1 an editorial dificiiHRlng the iuestlon 117mt is the now prevail Ing Jlritish idea nif an American t What real American cures what the Hritish idea is MAKING CARDINALS A prominent priest of New Jerse In a letter to the New York wort takes the secular press to task for its efforts to create new Cardinals HeiI In I gIprostI speculation as to candidates is co tulnly not edifying and must bo worthyArchblsholS cumbents of New York Chicago SanI Francisco Philadelphia Boston Stt Louis and St Paul have been spoken of not once but many times as su I of being appointed Evidently these good Archbishops were not m of sturdy character many of t despatches would be sufficient to Ills turb their equanimity If not calculat ed to make them negative Men 1no veryhumunwhat one really thinks to have tNcourage of ones convictions an utter them as the phrase has it is l times dangerous and with such a dignity dancing before ones eyes on Is apt to become as conservative as the splnx which ornaments the arid wastes of Sahara Does It ever occur to the minds of these misled journalists that anyot other than the Archbishops me tioned could be raised to thein Cardlnalate One would be led to ArchbishoptI I l1ght not Plus the Tenth a model old pastor and practical shepherd of the lock deceive the prophets and cast about for son good saintly Bishop or humble efficient priest whose name Is iii lheralded every morning in th o prints It is just as likely and would be one of the surprises of Plus X the Pope who has taken the motto mdn das Master a choose the weak to confound the strong What the worthy priest writes Is edttoere papers joining with those tohelpI CILIRITYnNew York has a new charity or rather what is termed preventive charity It Is proving practical and Is worthy of emulation In oth cities In every city there are ma families barely able to meet theI expense of living and clothing de tolayTIfatheres condition 6 new helpful organization steps 1 in gives Immediate necessary relief ax secures employment for the sick per ableeto there is no embarrassing or hurtful charity HISTORY OP PRIVATEERING- Privateering dates back to the Englandfromfirst potentate to adopt that meth hoRedaysu7dwarddrollthe I WithEnglandnations of Europe lost no time in adopting this plan of attack on the issuedtbv a belligerent nation to vessels owned and manned by private persons i hostilitiesotherbelligerentchantmen finally led to piracy ZIMMERMAN TO AIl IRISH LondonEugene marrlthel andhasaummd L subJectfurtherChester has many fisherfolk on its thesethat1 taken off Ho argues that the Unit States only lproduces 20000 barrels while the anmial output from Ireland Is 125000 barrels RUMORS FIUXU ROME I A home correspondent declares MonsignorFalconlow1l1 as the Papal Delegate but that Mon ormerlyApostolic111or corresH Deeeheren new Cardinals will be tll4ljAreh My btahfap ir entlllio i i iilI r I SOCIETYiI1ttt tti Miss Lillian Greenwell Is Visiting friends at New Haven Ky Mrs Charles Welscnberger is vis Iitlng Miss Flora Mudd of Spring field Miss Mary Sheridan is spending some time with Miss Irene Broolst at Zoneton MissAnna Tracy of Jeffersonville Is visiting her aunt Mrs 8 A Beech of Alton Ill Visa Margaret Martin is visiting her sister Mrs Mary Anderson at St Paul lInn Miss Florence Brennan of 1210 West Oak street is visiting her sister nt Lexington Misses Marguerite Han and Oren e IsltItto friends nt Lebanon Miss Alice Schatilie of Clifton iIs touring Colorado in an with n partyof friends Mrs Anna Barrett of Now Al linny has returned frpin n visit to friends nt Maysville Ind JjIsBowles of Highland Park rchtrnrty1 1 Suld phur Springs Velpen Ind Mr and Mrs Sun J Tant are tho uests of Mr rinde1Di H Sylvester at New Haven Ky t itre daughter nnd granddaughter have returned from an Eastern trlp Mrs nose Slnttery of Memphis IisI Jthe guest of Mr nnd Mrs John 1 L Slattery 031 South First street dmtghtrifr eenf Sthet Mrs Edward Corcoran of Cincinnati is visiting her mother Mrs Joseph Villiman of Jeffersonville Walter Brady Las returned from thls e Mrs Laura Let crone and Mrs llIltlugfriendsWeek itt ncnIn New York nnd other Eastern cit lesI isMr and Mrs Charles DrIller m daughter Miss LlllJnn Defiler tt i SeptemIi Lto n s hoi was the guest of tier sister Mrs i ML Moccin I ed returndis nnlWilhlngton1 Miss Minnie Beck has returned t Jeffersonville offer n pleasant via to Mr and Mrs J H Welsh of South Louisville dattghteliss r t nut street are spending the summer at Pnvpaw Lake Mich trlflyto 1e toIarrive hone September 15 lira returnedfrnml sleIjtheuguest Irs Lawrence Perrin Miss Julia A Penn of New Al withnof Providence nt St countjIndIndMrs J B Ohligschhiger and chii dren nnd Mrs Lena Ohllgschlagcr of the Highlands have gone to La Chautauqua to spend the renmind of the summer ladeAmong the Louisville people regis tered at West Bade Springs this week are J D Kelly James JMeagan and Mr and Mrs H O Terrell and child theSecretariesofEqualization otherfriendsMiss Agnes Laven and her mother have returned to their home West Chestnut street after months visit to hunger Lake n other Michigan resortsII Jaanaghleftweeks In Boston with her Sister Cnllista and Agnito of St Francis de Sales Convent OConnorioCTwentysldh leaveTudayMt4 Clemens Mich to spend the re mainder of the heated season inedhis eightysecond year Philip Ackennuu and Joseph Gottbrath left Wednes day to spend the remainder of thfl summer at Mt Clemens MlchV Uflrltlinel1tovisit to her sister Jirrs James rHannon of Chicago She was ac companied home by fiss Mix a Hannon Mrs Thomas Barker andliltla daughterst Clara lyjnani Vlrglrila and Jean ancj Misses Annie Irvin and Elbe Taylor left Tuasday to ape 1 d six weeks at weef Ckaty betlthdt3prinnaiti Yi Ysad Bfr Pr M rtby aad jI daughter iEayare expected home to night from a three weeps trip through the East nnd thence by ocean to New Orleans and from there to Mobile Mrs Charles I Cate and her two children who have been In Panama for two years are expected to arrive today to spend several months with her mother Mrs Donohue on DeDarr street Coleman and Miss Mary Ridge of East Broadway will leave next Tuesday to visit Mr and Mrs D Wi Williams of Bedford Ind Before I returning home they will visit Indianapolis also LMisses DInn and Elizabeth Busch ermohle two well known Louisville girls why are now employed hi Cincinnati are dsltlnrhere thisweep ns the guests n Irs Nellie Buscherinohle of C21 East Gray street Prof IX F Dowd the well known dancing master and his estimable wife ore spending several wefts nt Atlantic City and other points of interest In the East As n result of the sea aid Prof Dpwds health Iis improving rapidly eMiss Dolly Gannon the charming nniT accomplished daughter of Mr John Gannon left Thursday of last week on nn extended trip to different points In Kentucky to be gone until time to resume her studies at the Girls High School I IX J Gleesbn superintendentt of the juewlry department of the J Mf RobinsonNorton Dry Goods Com pony and Guy E Ostennnn of the Keellmch Ilumlrr C Nolan cigar plajillg1 pinochle at night v laughter0 spent two weeks here as guests of their mint Mrs Kate Breslin of West St Catherine street returned home Thursday and were noeont pnpied by Mrs J OLnughlln and daughter Madeline Eugene A McCarthy returned homo Monday tram n trip to Detroit Cleveland 1ul in Bay Cedar Point nod Snndusky Ohio In the latter city he was the guest of his uncle JfCArthye I c amilsltllIthe Ursullne Convent Friends of Miss Mary Elie snrpriseUirthdaySaturday and the young spent n very enjoyable day Those present were Misses Mary Ellen Maloney Marie Dougherty Venitn Johnson Margaret Hlgpins Flor IrRIlButIeTosephllInh9 MiMdchaperoneIIMiss Helen Marie Broderick of Intertalnedhlr1 Mary Sheehan presided at the piano nthGglrlswall won by Miss Mary Sheehan and James T Broderick won thei potato race Among those present were Misses Florence and Helen SheehanElizabeth e Broderick Louisa Straub Nellie Nee Margnreittt non John Sheehan and James Brod erich Refreshments were served and ortIle1 crick snug Klllnrney in excellent style I WELCOME TO TUB TEMPLE llIb1lcatlonInpoop made Its Initial appearance on Fri editedby1 mattert class also from a typographicalI standpoint From all points of view it should be welcomed Into the ltHeld of Kentucky journalism and modernJowe bigotry STORM RUINKD PROSPECTSi keThe oreerr the city Thursday night of last week played havoc with the annual outhn c1UrchUlghlands 01UIOIIgh tonitJ evening The several committees met Thursday night of this week and will minoiiVo time fortunate orthef JOHN HANNANS PROMOTION Yearono beenpromoted to the posltl011l of route agent with headquarters in Louisville Mr Hannan assumed his new duties on Monday He is a native of thAe Adams Express Company about delighted CATHOLIC YOUNG MEN The thirtyfifth spatial convention National on September 0 and 7 Delegates present80uemeat on Soot to consolidate the NationsUnfott 1 sire to anialgHmate failed for tin known reasons DBLKOATE TROD IRELAND thathenationald t ofErtn Ancient Order of Illber l nians has unanimously resolved t tend a delegate to the United Stateei ttd lay lietoro tlie6rder In t I8hoO the condltloH of affairs In lThe depte will also repl t the erltldflna of Nattoall Prert dent Matthew CnmttUfth u o kF SDTCLIFFES REMOVAL SALE We move to 220 SI Fourth now Bycks Shod Store about August 25 where we expect to open the largest and best equipped Sport ing Goods Establishment in the Southwest We are anxious to move as little as possible and start in the new place with all articlestoBaseball GOOdSiII Gun Dent1 I Bicvcle Barfains i 400 Samples and Odd Mitts and Gloves slightly soiled 500 Mitt 200 300 Glove 125 200 Glove 90c 100 Glove 50c 756 Glove 40c Others down to lOc 100 Bats 60c 100 Boys Suits SOc 50c Caps 15c 75c Caps 25c Big Reductions in Tennis Sweaters Gol Fishing Tackle Etc S w 119 S U ra8IO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE KENTUCKYIRISH Brightest Weekly In Southwest ItI Irish Next Year I Foreign Countries Per Home Phone Rogersi BOOKS ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city iClet or EVERY UKBCKIPTIOI 434 West Jefferson Street IIKNIGIITS OP COLUBIIS1 I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The Rev Father P McGivney hns been chosen National Chaplain Louisville Council will have en neateBy unanimous vote the Knight Decided toehold the next mammal cult vention in Quebec- A Michigan man M II Carmody of Grand Jlnpids leas been Deputy Supreme Knight helpgnational convention this week Fifty new members have been added to the council at Fniribaiilt Minn as the result of the recent initiation Jones A Flaherty of Phila delphin has chosen Supreme kpntySuThe Supreme delegates created anew office National Historian and yfsAs n slight reward for courtesies Supremedelegates Jr n member of the National of Directors Many delegates iron tine North and East nra expected to stop in Louisville on route home from Mobile They will be entertained at Louisville Councils club house tonight and tomorrow VERY QUIET WEDDING Miss Hattle Maddox of Louisville and Officer John P Moran a popular member of the Covlngton police force were united in matrimony at St Patricks church in ington last Saturday morning The Cusack officiated at the ceremony The weddlng was a very quiet one FONTAINE FERRY PARK lulsenjoyedanll freshovaudev111ebill Thet4toYytntacTille WH Is promised for next w l Marlin Repeating Gun 1475 4500 Nationall 3500 Ithaca Hammerless Gun 1475 3500 Daytonia 2500 1700 Hammerless Gun 11 90 3000 Princeton 1775 800 Hammer Gun 590 2000 Escort 1350 500 Single Gun 350 Velocipede 4 to 6 years 125 250 Hunting Coat 135 350 Velocipede rub tired 225 250 Rifle 22 115 Richardsons Skates pair 125 Big Cut in Prices on Gun Cases Gne lot Rink Skates 4 grade Revolvers Etc sizes 5 to 8 119 Fourth di fourth Grp Catholic the r i I Big Home Coming 150 Year 946 oJ S Q PRAYER AND our J its elected been Hoard Cov RevJjather I Takedown DIAMOND JUBILEE PICNIC FOR THE BENEFIT OF Sf Josephs Orphan Asylum On the Grounds at Crescent Hill Wednesdayf August llth9 1909 IIn case of Rain Festival will be held on following day Excellent Music Entertainment Good Meals Refreshments accoraAGITlISSIOnj Big End of the Season Sale- Now On RemarkableCut t All Over the House SPECIAL Mens 18 20 and 2250 Suits tO All Sizes All Patterns MSMDS8SUOJDcorporaled 1 MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Nens Wear Store Mens and cloys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Kinsella Gen Supt I KENNEY IS POPULAR j John Kenney a well known res lnglswI some frIend I to become a candidate fer City Clerk while othera want him to run forCoi ltitrHr K4it ey poueteea 4rN111t1eatlbhe that 8t him for either ofAo rJ f NAAMh1 M MAM h1 MM- i 5l iutI CAST A- NAnchor fm 1 jmt to fluU Windward mt amYou may do so by opening 1 SAVINGS ACCOUNT and thus be r- eerjff U weather the financial that may come along jffonly ONE DOLLAR to mf and REGULAR f however small from your 1 1 to make your illffcome quickly Interest into accountff savings deposits is COM U POUNDED twice a year t I Ky Title- Savings Bank and I Trust Co E Fifth and Court Place Open daily xst191 p m Saturdays until 7 pm r GB THOMPSON iLQRI j R YFloralI S3B obRlBt AV3BiSrtlB aik iMM as AU orilon rraiw Pr ttilllatiO n- mQ Nitftcdatt fcuaf LT 1 KEN UOKYIRISH AMER AN H t K HOME PHONE Ba CUMBERLAND 123 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SOS East OVEadLxi Street D J DOUGHBRTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED fOR ALL OCCASIONSi All Calls Answtrid Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET viN1NON N N NON N NN6N0lONNH N N ON t J E TRACY L H STRAUB I BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB I i FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS If Carrlt STREEThI I eNONNN FaNNNNNlNNN OON4- e N bran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor f Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriage Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET0 TELEPHONE 810 tttttttH THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nleMCarrllees 1225 W MARKET ST t Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNBSSMITH- LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1077 Palls City Cleaning and Dye WorksJ- M OARVEY Manger EXPERT CLEANER and DYER Skirts Cleaned and Pressed 75c Suits Cleaned and Pressed 100 All Work Guaranteed Or No Pay Home Phone SS9Z 416 S FIFTH ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS rsonvi11eIndala for the care and treatment of Insane an femalatientsonable For further particulars apply t MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelferssirllle Ilid RENRYAft 1 1JJ POLSI DYERS MID ClEANER Ladles aNi Guts Wearing AppanlI WORK GUARANTEED oa36J552fift Street c HENRYflUHotD IIAlaRuIr SI fHCYBrlcarlls A ff fu WHtE MHHIf iN c fuOT1iN- AM1 Wk ktMa 8p V- I919 Wi ib Pf i RIVERVIEWPARK 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 FONTAINE FERRYI I THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Free Band Concerts High Class Vaudeville Dancing and Popular Featur- eFREE GATE SIMPLY CHARMING i AND SO VERY CHEAP FORRJU 150 ON THE ELEGANT STEAMERS 11 City of Cinclnhatiit City of Louisville One of the above steamers leaves evcrySundarfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where arriving1oROUND TRIP ONLY SOc PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season FalPicnicse Socialsol Outings greatly1mthrougboutPartlos agement of Phoenix Hill before cloel contracts BEDDING PLA Geraniums Rses- Ueleotrope Etcc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE TRICES JACOBSCUULZ THE FLORIST I 550 S FOURTH AV Bath PW Mjp 223 q FIR II38U MAYOR Few yew Yorkers are aware- d thai Ul buducM ttborouffbiiure known Y DuD street wait named jtfter Jamen Putno who was the flat Ifepor of New York after the Swofottop HIJBEttNIANS What They Have Been Dolrjt the Pt Week General New Notes i in n m Hartford Conn expects 25QOO people at its field day A iicw division of the Ladles Aux iliary linn been organized in Iowa CityAt St Joint New Brunswick mem hers of the order nre preparing to hold a Vmnr in September New York Hibernians lIlhactheir minimi field day nail games nl Celtic lark on Stnulny August 29 Ojtinvu Hibernians propose to raise 5000 to endow a chair of Irish history in the Ottawa University prepnrIngi Western Catholic Chautauqua at Spring Bank Wis Division 3 met last night and dls qussed further details of the picnic to be held at Phoenix Hill Park on Wednesday August 25 couotyrassnehusettll ton will participate in an outing atAthe Point of Pines on Labor day The Central Council of Irish County Clubs will petition the next Massachusetts Legislature to sus pend the laws relating to athletic games on Sunday The Joint committee of members of the Ladies Auxiliary and Division 3 held a short but busy session at D J Colemans residence on Port land avenue Friday night Division 1 held a fairly well at tended meeting Tuesday night with President Keenan presiding and alli the officers present yet nothing hut routine matters were discussed At New Haven Conn the Iliber todayball AI events an open air concert fire works and dancing will be features nighandt expectedBoth the hustUngforat Phoenix 11111 Park on Wednesday August 25 The three divisions of New Britain Conn have voted to con solidate The combined member ship will be 700 The object of the consolidation is to secure a building which will be devoted ex clusively to members of the order HEADS TOKIO UNIVERSITY The Kev William Engelen S J philosophyInChien Wls has been selected as universityPokioby the General of the Jesuit order nome reached Father Engelen last week at Notre Dame convent Mil +vnukee where he was conducting a retreat and was contained in an order from Father Meyer S J former President of Marquette now Director of the St Louis province WOODMAN FOR DELEGATE W II Woodman one of the stereo typers of the Louisville Times force will leave today for Kansas City Mo where he will represent Local No 32 at the internation convention Electrotypers thorough union man and will ably represent his local at the convention next weeK I SNEWSPAPER HUSTLER Moses Mendelssohn the hustling Assistant City Circulation Manager PostleftSnturdn t JallslJostonexpecttos P and is expected home next week MKT WITH ACCIDENT memherli it to his room In Little Rock as a re yardAsr will go to Oklahoma to locate per manently if he finds conditions favorahJeI It NEED NEW CHURCH I A movement is on foot to build Ifenryvillinadvent of Rev Father James Sheo rapIdJo small to accommodate the worshipers WELCOME NEWS I DBJoseph W Byrne who submitted appendicitisSt at ks i I wJllbegltov PAST THREE SCORE ConatyDlshop SundayDg He Presllent leaderSin IMMIGRATION FALLS OFF There isa falling oft in the num her of immigrants landing at t a port pf New York Poland and Ita are now sending sthemost and 282fromne 13 there were 5D 411 in May EXPORTS INCREASE irEm rapIdlyp e total exports of this year will not be lees Jba109I080QOO Jn value JijfRAb QATHOLICS 0 +JIU Xuiiii ttOf = Cardinal Koritn baa eJl d tie third oontCDtion oi A qlli l7dnqctrmt it 1 THE SONG OF THE THRUSH AllI the May was grand this mornlnl Shure how could I feel forlorn in Such a land when tree mid flower tossed their kisecH to the breeze quietWhileriot An the birds of free America were II treesIIn the songs that they were slngin ringingBut I whistled like n Ind 01 my heart wntl warm to love them tlUI11Porhelpedmo inSothotrrodesireAncomradeshipthat Till a new note sounded stillin trl1l1nlAIIthe fields about Athlone Where upon the whitethorn awayindrnJlnIuthat the restlerenl ginidwas the one I knew the best iT A Daly A11MENS1TY Of Liberty Statue Is Amazing to Its Every- Observer Many Amerlcansand many visitors withDartholdls realIze Thrstatue Is more than twentyfour years old having been completed in 1884 though It was not placed In Itst I present position on Bodices Island until 1886 onetimepiratesThe1 allthe1 the supervision of Bartholdi de signer of the statue who it Is said spent nearly twenty years on theI work The statue weighs 100000 willhet feetIncenter of a space made by the double walls of old Fort Wood rljhtarmfourteeneet the right index finger Is eight foot with a circumference of five feet the fingernail measuring ten by eighteen atlenstThetabletjextiaguiehed JorlackafterthethLighthouse ment An electric elevator was in 1JP8Heretoforo reach the head had to climb more 1907had1 destruction a boy to spite a coo putting four sticks of contractors dynamite In the coal The discovery bytheplaced in the stove HINTS ON STYLE I I Artificial flowers are more worn than ever Tucks and shlrrings have crept 1in as hip decorations The sixteenbutton boot is the leader In footwear anionsBlack and white combinations are all the rage for hats Oriental colors continue to be popular for trimming- It Is predicted that puffed i liwill return before the end of thei summerThe summers negligee maybe anything from dotted Swiss to crepe de chine Many of the new cotton fabrics1 show n touch of the Persian in cola and design The white lace veil that In the tinae day mano11 y other trimming The long black silk coat which Is again modish is one of the generally useful fashions tof the hour JThere is a strong rumor that ha taller In the crown and narrower the brim are to be bought out Corset covers and chemises fit al thereDelngrp Linen coats with foulard gowns cololIsBatiste for the first time in the history of the fabric is making upEs andvoilesA novel sleeve arrangement is to cover thee stitching with a row of1 soutache braid ending under a small fiat button WHAT A GIRL SHOULD LEAK To sew to cook to mend to be gentleto value time to dre avoaagelmake good bread to keep a house tidy to le shots gossiping lo make tempertoi sweepdQWl1cobweb IMPROVE nAKED POTATOES Let themm stand fnavanor cold w trfrabout aa hour then put them in the oven while wet This jinjrto steam them and gook them muoiltqucltero LO7JR8lt1OTTtl A MM = baa jpeeti cotaW =r ate leas that Meitttyi locks io11k bottle r IRELAND Record of the non important ei the Recent Events Culled From Exchanged lcctedClllllrmunians fierce Carrigan of Seskin House Thurles is dead He left ninny friends to mourn his lossl Andrew Carnegie has promised 15000 for the ufreeDaniel McKenna Is lend nt the ad vanced age of 110 years nt his home Corniulnrra County Cnvnn Miss Nellie Gertrude Malone of Llstowel frmanyiendsPatrick Green has been chosen to represent Gortahurk district in the Ennisklllen Rural District Council whilebnthlngwent beyond ills depth and was- rowned I Most Rev Dr McCormick who re Gnlwnhas bishop of Nisibim Councillor James Cnhill has been elected Mayor of Clonmel Tipperary through the oMayor InCorktheCorki lortndownCounty mouthAPatrick Loughran n carpenter of seizedhnvLceneelectedorGoernorsInflrmarmanyearsyearsMary gatelieeperatMayo was found burned to death in her home J thelamesAfter 1 nnlsJdllen cided to give Irish coal a chance and trialtThe death of Joseph Butler who occupied mercial cornlife gretted He was held in high esteem allover Tipperary Fire thebicycleD CountDownJohnConnerys lehaelOCorryresent District No 2 County Limer i Jndustrl111Congresa InBelfasttime body of Mark OFIaherty an J ofOulwnJstubleAtem 1porarily insane was rendered ONeilkJ atsrecently Clonll1clInJohnsCollegeand1laynootl WHAT A DAUGHTERCAN DO There is much candoHard tknow where to begin Suppose thellOusethoyoungermother has hnd the obothrelleed1ntlent1has drudged along with no thoughts but for her childrens welfare and duuglotarsbringsIntohergirlsauntyou Now you have a chance to re verse things Your shoulders are young and strong help lift the bur shouldersrborne so long Let her see that you appreciate all that she has done for you Take the heaviest part of the house work off her Manila Make her stay in bed in the morning while you get time break herselfieverydayisWHEN TO MANAGE A MAN Ins1 woman who seems to know says that lien secret of married hap pines is never to say anything at all likely to awaken the slightest annoyance before or during break fust She does stet discuss nays thing but murmurs gentle nothings If the coal is out she oaks JTor it at night if money must be had there no time like time early evening for unpleasant business if there repairsaboutreminder necessary about his fall theI1 IVuysbeenher manageNwhen comfortably filled tend after all man is the well not the king o beastn exactly but the superior o tdalll animals rnTHE1 PEDESTRIAN IN 1010 ChugChug lrr11 brrrj Hohkh6nklGilUgilluggiHtgillugl The pedestrian paused at the Iin tersection of two busy cross streets He looked about An automobile was rushing at him from one direc ilea a motorcycle from another rm autotruck was coming from be hind and a taxicab wasp speedy approaching Zipzigi Zing lugl r vdlrect1YaboveJibnrapid deM nt There YM but one chance He aaaaholee81sr qv d stud Jwnped into the bole iost in FRANK FEUR NOORPOHATED BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWJs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE ICY FALLS CITY BREWING COe INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Streeti Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Comb Phone West 191 1913TIIJL WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue Elfo3OR Furniture i i Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to U WM F MAYER Sl B419 W MARKET ST SC e MKC8S SSSM3SSS3S3 S83C1 I I WINES LIQUORS IGARS VALS SALOON e VAL LATER PaOP Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 1 GREEN8T HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS LIQUORSfDistillers and Wholesale healers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TtlHheni 1148Z341XTH STREET SubwaytraIn CLEANS GAS RANGJj The easleet qulokest and roost sit Igfaptpry say of Cleaning tqp burn rBt valves and zinc dripping plate of your gas range la tke use of a Sk tatnrated with gwwlise It othegrease and grime better th nr amithins eIe and IN drsta few tml atMv Y I All new Spring and Summer styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices los Dougherty Everett ginning Dougherty tannins BEST QUALITY Piftsburg and JellieD Goal Now is the time to lay In your winter supply of coal Try Dougherty Lanning for the best quality of Pittsburg and Jellico Coal Home Phini 1783 Sr WGor Seventh and Magnolia Olve your boys en education that willlpre pare theta for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brothern Clauleat Scientific and Builnexi Course Preparatory De wenEquipptdGymnssium MONON ROUTE 0 BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAQO tT BEST LINE TO French Lick and- WeitBldelj Sprikf UNION lIONoIILOUISyiCLE j DEARBORN STATION j CHICAGO n IIAMB and t ittslwIAgNe E H BAcON DPAN W + Cor Pomib awl Ms ht 8N LouiirllW 1 V KENTUOKY IRISH AMlRIOANV- H 4 GUARANTEED PREM- IUMREDUCTION Which means the LOWEST RATE you can get any where on GOOK LIFE INSURANCE Wed like to tell you all about it Just TELL younot WORRY you about taking out a policylet you decide that for yourself Call Main 280 if youre interested Or write Or drop i- nSouthern National- Life Insurance Company Home Office Lincoln Building Louisville Ky ED L WILLIAMS President- W L KENNETT First Vice Pres J H DICKEY Treasurer W O HEAD Second Vice Pres JOHN W RAY General Counsel K ALLEN Medical DirectorB H POINDEXTER Secretary M MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there Is no time when it is ap predated more than in the summer A FARRAISTDOECIT IAN PIANO With supply this music if there is EO one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection- Is to insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecilianMONTENEGRORIEHMt MUSIC CO Incorporated aQSaBO FOURTH AVENUE NNNNNN1 N + e Schoolret J D CREAdER Principal Bookkeeping Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting and kin Y dred subjects taught Day and Night Sessions Students mayiienroll at any time Our system has superior advantages have experienced teachers and the nicest quarters of any of KYSECOND the business schools In Louisville Call to see us if possible I P +++ + + t + + + + This Weather Is VariableH- ot as Denver pne daycold as Medicine Hat the next The quality of Mulloys Teas and Coffees js the same 365 days each year always the best Phone a trial order for his SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C ACCexcellentgrade MULLO y COO BR Ji Home Phone 1313 Qrhf W ALAi I ILT STREETg 8KNNNNeNe e m NO NN FI Ir R WEWANTYOURWORKWere IIWere I I and in FirstClass Style PRINTING I Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN oho wizenr GREEN STREET + + + + HNNNNNN11e0NN11 DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and JHorse Shoeing Forie2 SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL NORSE SHOEING horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE ANDlFQRQe 7I3TI5 SEVENTH STREET AND GET THE GENUINE D AMOND 08 S 0 theKENTUCKY WALL PLASTER Y r ereKrllvrPk 22f7TefeviltaKy- 1M l nttI Walt Hn1et ltsssYi Jefbnwdlk irk Thw IM ORPHANS DAY Col Lum Simons Makes Pleasure For Little Ones The orphans of Louisville will have an outing and picnic at Rivervicw Park next Saturday afternoon and evening The affair is to be knffwn as Orphans day and all the orphans of the city will be invited Col Lum Simons has generously donated the use of his park for that day and all the orphans will be admitted free to the park and all its attractions and ninny visit and enjoy any of the amusement devices itS often as they desireOrphans day will be in charge of the Waller Doll Club and the Orphans Pleasure Club two organl zatlons that lend their energies to the welfare and hopplneRs of parent less little ones The public is cor dialy Invited to visit Rlverview Park next Saturday to participate In the joy of the little ones Prominently identified In the affair are Mrs Carrie E Waller Mrs Peter Doer hoefer Mrs Lum Simons and last but by no means least Col Lum Simons People are prone to forget very important things but the charityof a man toward his less fortunate brother should not be forgotten Prior to 1893 when the new city charter went Into effect the eleemosynary institutions of Louisville were governed by a Board of Charity Commissioners For years Col LUm Simons was a member of that board and in fact its most active member He visited the jail the workhouse the almshouse the City Hospital and the Eruptive Hos pital at least once a week and he always went with a pocketful of coin He heard tales of woe and tribulation and soothed sorrows not with empty advice but with a quarter here b half there bud a dime or a nickel to the next one He was loved and respected by the unfortunates and when he retired from office the ladies and gentlemen who Lad been associated with hIM gave vent to their admiration of his worth Since 1893 Cot Simons has continued his charity work but as he is not acting in an official capacity he does not get the credit for it The orphans of Louisville will give him credit this time SUCCUMBS TO TETANUS The news of the death of Capt James A McCann who passed away at his home near Jeffersontown Tuesday afternoon caused a shock to his many warm friends in Louisville A week previous Capt McCann fell from a ladder in n barn at his country place and sustained a com pound fracture of trio right leg After the bones had been reset Capt McCann appeared to rest easy until Sunday evening when tetanus devel oped From that time he sank steadily to the end The deceased was born in Fayette county sixty two yenta ago but for many years had been employed as a traveling salesman by the Muldoon Monument Company of Louisville and was regarded as an expert in his line He is survived by his wife and three children Capt Arthur McCann Mrs E It Palmer and Miss Bessie Mc Cann Time funeral took place from Ids residence near Jeffersontown on Thursday ST nojnxicrs DAY Wednesday was St Dominics day but the solemnity of the feast will be observed by the local Dominicans with a solemn high mass at St Louis Bertrands church at 1030 oclock tomoarow morning The Very Rev Father Richard Wuerth O F M pastor of St Bonifaces church will officiate as celerbant of the mass and will be assisted by other Franciscans as deacon sub deacon and master of ceremonies The panegyric of St Dominic will bo preached by the Very Rev Father J R Clark 0 P Prior of St Louis Bertrands church The mens choir will sing the Gregorian chant Many of the local clergy will occupy plnces in the sanctuary IIKSTAUIIANT INCORPORATES The American Restaurant which has flourished under the management of the Messrs Mlvalez has I filed articles of incorporation The incorporators are Charles E and AIAllpllngthan twenty years the American Restaurant has been recognized asII one 5f Louisvilles lending halls and It is the intention of theII Incorporators to lkeep it in the rank of places that eater to the I inner man- CATIlOLiC KNIGHTS OUTING The annual outing of the Catholic Knights of America will be given at I WednesdayAugust aged by the Central Committee and every branch of the order in New Albany Jeffersonville and Louisville will help make the outing a success In addition to the usual attractions furnished at Fontaine Ferry Park arrangements have been made with the management for several addi tional features As usual the gate will be free to all and the general public is invited JHVEIIVIEW PARK Rlverview Park continues to tie a haven of rest for the hot and presentheatedfrom the Ohio river cool the fevered brows and entices sleep where it was otherwise impossible Time ride to the park is enjoyable in itself and once inside there are llots of at tractions for old and young Nejffc week the management will present another good frea vaudeyllle bill the colored jubilee singers and on Fri day nights an elaborate display of fireworks PAILS CITY BOWLERS The regular fall meeting of the hibehlnext Tuesday night Time following teams ill be rflprente Squire Adam QNenl and OTJeal LewU Mid Pisno gorakraeker the Berke 0 SOCIETY DIRECTORY t A O JH DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice President Mark Ryan Recording SecretaryThos Lawjer Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Charles J FInegan Serg ontatArms Andrew Curran SentinelLouis Roller- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCOn J Ford Vice President D D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FlnancialSecretary JnoT Keaney Treasurer1 Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Brown SentinelWilliam 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 llession DoughertySentinelThomas SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Rail Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretarYWm P Mo Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady SentinelMichael McDermott SergeantatArms John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice PresidentRobert Gleason Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos D dines Second Vice PresidentSamuel L RobertsonRecording Secretary Thomas F BachmanCorresponding Secretary William F Burke Financial Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber MarshalAdolphus Andrlott Inside SentinelJ C F Bartseb Outside Sentinel William D An drlott ff1t1 R 9 c IOEtiI S lft 1orfJG Wonderful to Take at Change of Life 2 Plata Ark March 2nd 1906 Have taken Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic during 18 Tears ai needed and always Got the desired results have used it for all mi family end recommended It to friends and straw Although it is not recommended for I have found it good during pregnancy it will do away with all those distressing iyroptoms such at choking mother palpitations hyterica- tremblincandsleep essnasatry It sisters I It is wonderful and will not injure you or child I also find this Tonic good for em on the stomach and Indigestion one or two doses will relieve that distressed feeling at once from 1 to S beadachelIlife do try it sisters for this ailment it will not disappoint yon MRS J W WESTCOTT Anrelia G Medina wdtes from Chacon New Mex Feb 231001 I suffered 71 years from pal Dilation of the heart after baring used Pastor Koenlg3 Nerve Tonic I feel entirely well A Valuable Book on Ner FFREE Samplebottletients also get the medicine treat Prepared by the REV FATHER KOENIO of Fort Wayne Ind since 1878 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago IIL Ihop Lake Street told by Druggists at SI per Hattie 6 tor 15 Large Slie 175j 0 Bottles for B Allmembersattend Any team wishing the other franchise will please make applica tion at the coming meeting FATHER AND SON OBLEIJUATE Col Andrew Kast and his son lIen B Knst had a dual birthday celebration at their home 1938 West Madison street last Sunday afternoon Allen Kast was celebrating his twentyfirst anniversary1 while his father does not exactly remem ber how old he Is Of course I could look it up he said but whats the use No man is old until he fails to enjuy a game of baseball and I dont believe I am ever going entertamedceived many hearty congratulations T OAPT MINTON RETIRED Capt Patrick Minton for thirty six years a member of the Louisville fire department and for thirty years Captain of the No 8 Engine Com- pny has been retired He served under four chiefs and was never suspended during the thirtysix years of his service lIe has many friends who wish him long years of rest and happiness He is one of the most popular men in the Tenth ward x I SUCCESSFUL CONTRACTORS lJ McClusky and W P Adams have been awarded the contract for completing the T uisyllle Eastern railroad from Beechwood to Shelby vllle a distance of twentytwo miles The contract involves m rethan 100000 Messrs McClusky and Adams expect to begin the work at once and will employ 20 men at good wages ST BRIGIDS NEW ORGAN MnII1HlnltalIedBiildechurelt in place of the old raelodebn Mine Mark Ad be1lwUl continue to tot M orftudrt J 0 STRICTLY BUSINESS Was the Meeting of Mackin Council On Tuesday Night Mackin Council held a fairly well attended meeting Tuesday night with President Louis J Kieffer jms siding From first to last the meet ing was strictly business William Kalbfleisch was elected to membership James Schranz was the only member reported ill It was an nounced that there would be no meeting of tho council next week on account of the annual meeting oC meetingfollowingl placeTrinityto Mackin to assist in its carnival and baby show to bo held on Thanksgiving and the day following The invitation was accepted and Mackin donated 10 in gold as one of the prizes The House Committee was instructed to purchase new and comfortable chairs for the club house and to arrange for a new and uptodate equipment of the home throughout This will include a number of modern shower baths When completed the equipment will make Mackins club house the most attractive place in the city for young men COLONELS GO WEST Louisvilles baseball club after a series of splendid games at home is now on another Western trip and on Thursday opened with a game at Kansas City After a series of three games there they will cross bats with McCloskeys strong Milwaukee team tomorrow and before return ing home will play Minneapolis and St Paul four games each The Colonels will arrive home on August 21 to meet their old enemies the Hoosiers Graysons men have been playing great ball recently and if they maintain their present stand nrd on the Western swing they will be dangerously close to first place on their return With Oyler hurt mind several of their crack twirlers Mlnneopollsteamto remain in first place nUll it would appear to baseball talent that the fight for the pennant is between Louisville and Milwaukee ROME ON A VISIT Sergt John Lincoln of the Mobile police force and formerly a member of the Louisville police force has gone to Ireland for a visit of three months lIe will first visit his old home in Tipperary but expects to see many other places before he re turns Sergt Lincoln came to Amer ica twentyone years ago and after serving some time in Louisville as an employe of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company became a member of familiarlyknownthree inches tall and built in pro I portion About eight years ago Mr Lincoln went to Mobile and later I forceImade Sergeant and his Louisville friends rejoice in his promotion I IJOINT A O II PICNIC I Arrangements for the joint picnic I onIare getting along swimmingly and all the details are being gradually ar ranged Capt Tom Dolan and Lieut Sheehan of the Portland team have I picked Thomas OHara William Holleran John Broderick John DonogIme teamlofpicInie i every Sunday morning at Meyers I brlcjcyord and invites its friends to come and enjoy the sport GIPPERICIISPRINGMAN HenrySpringmnnthe Hast End were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St church on Tuesday morning The Rev Father Louis Ohio offi ciated and celebrated the nuptial tunas which followed the marriage rite During the afternoon and evening Mr and Mrs Springman were tendered a reception at tho home of the bride 033 East Ken tucky street and a bountiful repast was spread The bride is a charm ing young lady and the fortunate groom is the manager of the Louis ville Oyster and Fish Company The young couple have begun housekeep ing at Shelby and Roselane streets JUDGE BATSON NOW Homer Batson who has been honored by Gov Willson with an ap pointment to succeed the late Judge Emmet Field as Judge of the First division Common Pleas Court Isa yearsoldEastern Kentucky and engaged in the practice of law with United BradleyHeRepublicans alike as able inteligent energetic and just Those who know him best Relieve that he will make an excellent Judge TRINITY COUNCILS EXCURSION Trinity Council will initiate a class MondayAugustcouncil one of the largest in Ken tucky jurisdiction Next Tuesday night Trinity Council will give a moonlight excursion up the Ohio river and all the delegates to the Grand Council will be the councils guests The general public is in vited Tickets will be sold at fifty cents each There will be good music dancing and refreshments CHOSE GOOD MEN John J Barry editor of the New Haven Records has been elected delegate to the Y M I Grand Coun cil which is to meet here next week St Catherines Council never tanks to shoW Us appreciation of Bditor parry A Jasper JphBton was chosen alternate Both have maul friends In Louisville and wherever the TM t is known 4 For Your Furniture Wants- II WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street f Ne + NN INNNN NN44 4 4Q4 MONUMENTS l 1largement1 CLASS MONUMENTS at exceed + ingly low prices Call and examineif 4 MULDOON MONUMENT CO ii 318320 WEST GREEN STREET ii NNN NN N N11Ne NNNNN NN- s+ ++ + ++ NNO NNe oNe Ne oe GEHER SON 2IS WEST MARKET STREET SEII TInt CELEBRATED NORTH STARR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation Theh QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered desir ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the public Wf BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA I WHISKYI IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKennaf Distiller 9 Fairfield Ky NNNN 1NNe111N N10NNINNNNOONNNIN T HOME PHONE 5687 CUMB Main 2712a i SZJI FLORIST JI 0 Plants Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE i Charles andTexas Sts 556 4th StIg orm Ia- aN 1 eNNN NNNe t FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET I F SULLIVAN Manager SIDADQiTArJcR FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords In Choice Cult of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Bestand Purest I wd in the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product JOUISYILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY TVIr v vvv v Tl n na 7M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRINQ Pre 1 Mgr Vlc Pni 1 Trti Sicrilary FPu Banon Sewer Pipe Co e Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Bannoas Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Copfaif Drain Tile Vitrified Street Pacing Brick Fire Proofing Flee Pipe Flee Lining Fire Brick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON I TBtBPUONB573 WOIUS03th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and totbX- BLBPUOHB 2833 Ac tIIAtIIatIIatII at v aa A West Louisville Brewing Co INOOniORATKD Thirty Fourth and Market Streets arewer uDOUBLE BREW CREAM BEER Bottled Expressly for Family Use Home Phones 33088000 IU t U t n r HJJK l IIarCl3AMPAOW I AL KOLJ3 Sr u- q 345 Wait aren StrictrrLI4lIIOIRkr tn JIrJ Wm O CS 4 A