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IIKENTucKYIRIsH AMERIcAN 14 1909 PRICE FIVE CEN7S I CHANGES That iluvo Come Over Aincri cans in Attitude Toward Catholics Eloquent Sermon of Archbishop Glcntiou to Knights ot Columbus Prejudice Igorancc and Bigotry Are Being Rapidly BanishedKNIGHTHOODS TO DUTY Few more eloquent sermons have been delivered In America than that of the Most Rev John J Glennon Archbishop of St Louis on the occasion of the opening of the na tional convention of the Knights of Columbus at Mobile last week The Right Rev Bishop Allen of Mobile celebrated the Pontifical high mass and was assisted by National Chaplain Father P J McGIvney of Middleton Conn and members of the Mobile clergy The sermon fol lowed the mass In speaking of the change of people toward Catholics In America Archbishop Glennon said in part It may surprise some of those present yet It Is no exaggeration Jo say that In many cities States and I might even add at the national cap ital there has been a persistent neglecting of the Just claims of cit izens who profess our holy religion I do not say Catholic claims for the church has no claims except such as her children have a right to demand as citizens And strange to say this silent and sometimes public oppres lion is defended and Justified by pta pie who would claim the exclusive privilege of patriots and the zealous defenders of a Constitution which guarantees equal rights to all Its citizens As an evidence of the point Mr Roosevelt drew on himself the criticism of not a few of his fel lowcountrymen by declaring that some lime in the future a Catholic might be President of the United States Had any President the courage to write that thirty or forty years ago he would be Judged as a danger ous man and his sentiments as thor oughly UnAmerican and yet thirty or forty years ago Just as a hundred years ago and just as today it should not require any particular courage for the President or anybody else to say that a Catholic might be Presi dent for he would therein be saying what the Constitution says and applying the most dominant principle of that Constitution to the life of tho nationFortunately the time Is passing In fact the time Is pastwhen the written laws governing our nation shall have the limitation put upon them of unwritten laws emanating from prejudice Ignorance or religious hatred The time is past when any man or number of men claiming the spirit and laws of America as their governing power may set themselves against the equal rights of their fel lowcitizens whatever their or their fellowcitizens religion may be Hence Mr Roosevelts rather novel but in no way as I take It heroic proposition that a Catholic might be President of the United States the only serious opposition or criticism published came from a body of Ger man Lutherans Being Germans and Lutherans they took themselves seriously but nobody else did and most of us are inclined to think that under neither heading was their criti cism In good form The time I say is passing when such people exercise Influence or may be treated serlouly- We are In and have reached the day when all people have come to live according to the Constitution in spirit end In truth and who want to make a glorious reality of that which tho fathers gave as the life and law for this new republic Now with the dissipation of prejudice with the abatement of re ligious bigotry with the broader view and the better Way for all the people there opens up for our faith also a broader way and a brighter future Indeed the conditions around us are not unlike the conditions of the Icebound river when the spring times comesthe ice breaks the Ice floes form the sturdy craft goes down while the weak ones are crushed through beneath thelice So in the breaking up of today this bark of ours strongly built ably guided should go through the Ice floes should safely march onward heedless of the little obstructions knowing them to be but the relics of other days Indeed wherever we turn to day there stands apparent before the church that potent word JQpportu ttlty A thousand ways aro open that heretofore were guarded by the iron gates of preju dice a thousand fields lie tallow which seek now only the steady hand of the husbandman a thousand tills lie whitening and ripening for the harvest awaiting only the sickle ot the harvester a thousand presses are ready to give to the waiting world a the message ifI message we have to give them a message encased though it be In heraldic armorings yet which comes from out the heart of time and the soul of truthr In conclusion His Grace said We watch to see what answer your knighthood will give to this call of duty to this call of faith Will that slower be the clarion call to arms Will it be an answer chas aU your history your proclamations your aspirations lnavedeclared as the way you are ready log Will It mean not alone that 4bestokeu cpm mtind tto glrea tallsJ following 7 J nca 0II 0 J ACTIVE WORKERS AT THE Y M I GRAND COUNCIL CONVENTION the word and tho command that honest potent and valiant response In action that must lead to victory because It Is the spirit of God who would lead you and the victory of Christ you would win We who sym pathize who watch and hope and who would gladly help and if need be lead are interested in the answer that you would giv- eCOLUMIIIAN COLLEGE Secures Handsome Home for the Training of Youth A deal was closed Saturday night last whereby the famous R Monarch place and later known as the Rose place at Owensboro became the property of Columbian College a vigorous institution for the educa tion of Catholic boys and young men It was established In Owensboro sev eral years ago conItalnsyears ago at a cost of 90000 It Is built of solid masonry and is fireproof Around It is practicallyI of fine land onehalf of covered with a beautiful grove of maple and the other half Is devoted to play grounds and gardens The purchase of this splendid property so admirably adapted to the purpose ot the college has filled the people of Western Kentucky with enthusiasm and many parents who formerly would not send their boys to the college because it was in the city have expressed their intention ot becoming patrons since the site has been removed to the rural dis tricts There the boys will bo well taken care of without being exposed to the distractions of the town Very recently the Columbian Col lege students defeated the Owens boro High School team in a public debate and by their progress and demeanor have won for themselves an enviable reputation The faculty expects a considerable number of students from Louisville this year REUNION McGllllcuddys Will Assem be In MassachusettsSoon i The third meeting of the McGilli cuddy Association will be held at 395 Dickinson street Springfield Mass on Wednesday August 25 All fam ilies of that name are requested to send representatives to this family reunion Michael McGllllcuddy ot 2725 St Xavier street Is a member of the organization but will not be able to attend the reunion this year T D McGllllcuddy of Cleveland Ohio military historian and honorary President of the association urges as many members as possible to attend In calling attention of the mem bers to the meeting he says Among the features of Interest to be consid ered will be the feasibility of organ izing an IrishAmerican colonization society for securing permanent homes In this land of golden opportunity for oppressed sons and daughters of bleeding Ireland The money sent by those in this country to free Ireland in the past sixty years If judiciously Invested would have provided comfortable homes for the peasantry of the Emerald Isle- COLESBURO CELEBRATES Yesterday was a great day for the Catholics of Coleeburg Ky It was the tofSt Clare patron of St Clares church whloh was established at C leburg 101 years ago Many former residents of the little town returned to help celebratel and after mass the young and old gathered on tb church lawn to dlluoldUD1c WELL BEGUN= =WELL DONE i f Grand Council of Kentucky Young Mens Institute Held Very Successful Meeting in This City and Prepared ForCmpaignsin the Future I I Laws Revised and Changes Made Only Where Necessary to Make Them Conform to Those Promulgated the Last Supreme Convention r The annual Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky jurisdiction opened in a blaze of glory Sunday and not until tho moonlight excursion concluded Tues day night did that glory glimmer and fade Of course there was no work on the part of the convention last Sunday except that local delegates met and greeted tho visitors and escorted them to mass at ono of the churches accompanied them to hotels and to the various parks Tho con vention proper began on Monday morning when visiting and local delegates and members of tho Reception Committee assembled at St Aloyslus church Payne and Cooper streets where the Rev Father Ambrose C P celebrated high mass In the absence of Father J A OGrady who is away to recuperate his failing health An augmented choir under the direction of Miss Ann Henne Larger rendered the music of the mass in an excellent manner At the first gospel the Rev Father Ambrose preached a sermon that con tained admirable advice to the Y M I delegates In part he bade them work worthily in the vocation to which they had been called and recalling an epistle of St Paul he ad jured them to glory In the fact that one suffers for the Lord and His church They as Catholic young men he said were called to fight with Christ and under His cross and he reminded them that It was Christ who had called them to exercise that measure of selfcontrol that wards off sin The speaker also urged them to give the world a shining example In overcoming the world the flesh and the devil Mankind he said needed a brako for Its inclinations In conclusion Father Ambrose spoke of the emblems of the orderthe star the cross and the laurel leaf The star is emblematic of our guide portionthroughings of our Saviour and the laurel leaf is emblematic of that brighter crown if we remain faithful until deathAt the close of the mass the Te Deum was sung the members of the Y MI Joining In After the religious exercises all the delegates and visitors repaired to Trinity Council Hall where the business sessions were all held In the absence of Grand President La Vega Clements of Owensboro who was unavoidably detained Grand Vice President Ed ward E Kelty called the convention to orderAfter actingGrandwas to name the following Press Committee William M Higgins Louisville Mackln Council John J Barry New Haven St Catherines Council and Albert F Martin Louisville Trinity Council George W Cantlin was appointed Grand Marsha and Casper Hill of Carrollton was named to occupy the Vice Presidents chair The following Cre dentlals Committee was appointed M J Kearney Newport Joseph Mayer Louisville and J H Danahy Lexington A brief receee was taken to permit the committee to formulate Us report On reconvening the committee re- Ported the following councils repre seated by their respective delegates Maikln Council Louisville Rob SullivanCanulenan4deorg1 Lautz f hti- I i Trinity Council Louisville JoI seph Mayer E J Cooney and V K Ecker Council9ggURttoloAlbertB Lambert Young Council Frankfort D J McNamara Barry Council Lexington J B Ginnochio and J H Danahy Chickasaw Council Memphis George A Lawo and George W CantlinLafayette Council Newport M J KearneyPhil Council Bellevue Joseph A Cassidy NewlavenJohnThe alternate delegates were MackinDan Weber William L Burke William M Higgins P T Sullivan and Thomas Bachman TrinityJohn J Sullivan Sr Raymond Eyl and Clem Ellert Sarto John H Berry Jr Lambert YoungWill H Olber manDarryEdward Houlihan and P S Clark Chickasaw E F Longlnottl and P J Rega- nJafayetteGeorge T Weitzel Phil SheridanWilliam B Gerl onl St Catherines A Jasper John son The Grand Council at once got down to business and President Kelty named the following additional com mitteesState of OrderRev George M Connor P T Sullivan Dennis Mc Namara William Oberst and J B Ginnochio Law and RevisionRobert T Burke E J Cooney and George LawoFinance CommitteeGeorge J Lautz Hon Joseph A Cassidy and V K Ecker Rev George M Connor made his report as Grand Chaplain and It was received with applause The Grand President La Vega Clements who had business ot Importance In an other part of the State communi cated his report which showed that the order was in fine condition Sec retary Owen Canty read the report It showed that during the past year that several of the councils had made I an Increase In memberj hlp while pthers lost but that the financial gala had been excellent considering the hard times The report was re ferred to the Committee on State of the Institute I Grand Secretary Owen Canty also submitted his annual report showing that Kentucky jurisdiction was sound financially His report was referred to the Finance Committee Frank G Adamas as Chairman submitted the report of the Board of Grand Di rectors which was full and commendatory of the work of the present Grand officers Grand Treasurer David R Kearney also submitted his annual report which showed a healthy balance Thomas D Clines of Mackln and Joseph M Mayer of Trinity were named as a committee to wait upon the Rev Father Ambrose C P and Invite him to the deliberations The convention then took a recess for luncheon until 2 oclock The first afternoon session was a little llate In assembling but was finally called to order by acting afternoon eration ot tha report of the Commit u Vj Irf7 tee on Laws and Revision submitted by Chairman Robert T Burke The revised laws were of minor Importance and were recommended for the purpose of having the laws of the Grand Council conform with those of the Supreme body At 5 oclock the session adjourned to per mit the delegates and their lady friends to enjoy a trolley ride On Tuesday morning the Grand Chaplain Father George M Connor opened the meeting with prayer Acting Grand President Kelty again presided Supreme Secretary Charles A Slinger of Indianapolis was present and in response to the cordial welcome received delivered a stirring address that was full of en couragement The speaker also of fered a number of timely suggestions for the guidance of the members and delegates Deputy Supreme President Albert F Martin and former Supreme Director John J Barry n pioneer member of the Institute de livered stirring addresses following which the consideration of the report and recommendations of the Com mittee on Laws and Revision wore resumed After a full and free dis cussion the report was unanimously adopted Before adjourning for din ner the delegates returned thanks for an invitation to visit the Falls City brewery Many visitors attended the final business session Tuesday afternoon and among them were Supreme D- Irectors Jame T Shelley and Charles Pfefter and Deputy Supreme Presi dent Martin all of whom made ex cellent addresses Albert Oberst of Owensboro re ported on the State of the Institute His committee recommended that lyceum and lecture bureaus be estab lished by the various councils in or der to sustain interest in the work of tho order The committee also recommended the quarterly publica tion of a pamphlet containing data regarding the membership and finan cial standing of the Kentucky juris diction and that these pamphlets be distributed among the members of the various councils The committee further recommended that where pos sible the Right Rev Bishop be re quested to appoint chaplains for the various councils All the recom mendations of the cofrimlttee were adopted Tho question of consolidat ing jurisdictions was deferred until the next Grand Council It was de cided to reduce the per capita tax from 110 to eighty cents a member All the councils were declared in good standing Supreme Director James T Shelley introduced a resolution providing for a conference of the representatives of all Societies of Catholics with a view to closer unity and for the pur pose of strengthening the weaker bodies where necessary to consoli date the weaker ones If deemed ad vantageous This was favorably acted upon Before entering upon the election of officers the delegates gave votes of thanks to the local Entertainment Committee Trinity and Mackln Coun cils the local press and the citizens of Louisville for their hospitable re ception President Kelty announced that the time for the election of thedelegtesThe Rqy Father George M Connor of Paducah was selected as Grand Chaplain Rpbrt T Burke former Prod d t dent of Mackin Council Was elected Grand President by acclamation The other officers chosen were George A Lawo of Chickasaw Council Memphis First Vice Presi dentM J Kearney Newport Second Vice President Eugene Cooney Trinity Council Louisville Grand Secretary Vic K Ecker Trinity Council Louisville Grand Treasurer Casper Hill of Carrollton Grand MarshalThe new Grand Directors are Al bert Oberst Owensboro John J JosephAholdover Directors John Shannon of Lexington and Frank G Adams of Louisville constitute the new Grand Board Mr Adams was re elected Chairman which is a de served tribute to his ability and Indefatigable work In behalf of the order The place for holding the next Grand Council was left to this Board ot Grand Directors and will be an nounced later Robert T Burke George A Lawo and Eugene J Cooney were continued as members of the Law and Revision Committee and were Instructed to have the laws as amended printed and distributed among the members The convention adjourned and the readyforDeputy Supreme President Martin conducted the Installation of the Grand officers Not tho least profitable and pleas ant of the features was the social side of the Grand Councils sessions Unless during their sleeping mo menta the visiting delegates were never loft alone by the local members of the Y M I But the two big social events occurred on Mon day and Tuesday evenings On the former evening the delegates their ladles and members ot the two local councils boarded a chartered train of trolley cars and were whirled to the extreme West End of the city where all alighted and were shown through Mackins handsome club house Soon after the train was boarded again and the principal streets were traversed to Kenwood Park There Fred Senning had ar ranged a banquet that would tempt the appetite of the most fastidious Scores of happy youths and pretty maidens sat down to the banquet board and did ample justice to the viands placed before them Louis J Kieffer President of Mackln Council was toastmaster and filled the part in his usual happy style James B Kelly Past Grand President of Kentucky jurisdiction and at present President of Trinity Council was the first to respond to a toast Mr Kelly reviewed the his tory of the order In Kentucky and showed where the young and unwary might avoid pitfalls of danger by listening to men of experience Camden McAtee one of Mackin Councils members who is rapidly making a name asa speaker was next Introduced He spoke earnestly and well ot Y M I recruits He was one of them himself he said In continuing his remarks Mr McAtee said I believe that the greatest question of the Y M I Is to unify the Catholic young men of the city town State and nation and I feel that the unification can only come as we all know by organization In unity there Is strength If we stand together if we fight onward and upward with our motto before usPro Deo Pro Patrla for God and Countrythe result will be an or ganization which will be world wide In scope That is the work of the Y M I- Thirtyfive years ago when that band of men organized the Y M I in California they had no Idea there would ever be a brilliant gathering of the order such as this tonight The spirit of today is not that of doing but of thinking and feeling Look ing at the Y M I as it stands to day we find some results of mis directed efforts but there Is no or ganization without these One the other hand we find the result of per sistent and well directed efforts the good work of the council and the con stant striving after the divine to form an organization which will be a credit to each member Hon Joseph A Cassidy Mayor of Bellevue was the final speaker and he made his remarks brief but none the less entertaining They dealt with the future of the order In the State and nation and the necessity for the organization to safeguard young Catholic men At the con clusion of the last address the young men and merry maidens engaged in an enjoyable dance until midnight On Tuesday evening the delegates and visitors were guests of a moon light excursion given by Trinity Council The steamboat Columbia was used and the trip up the river and back was delightful Several hundred young people enjoyed tile trip and all were pleased with the evenings entertainment VEXEUAI1LE LADYS HEATH The funeral of Mrs P M Hanley the venerable mother of John P Hanley who died at the residence of her son 2745 Field avenue on Thursday evening of last week took place from the Cathedral of the As sumption on Saturday morning The deceased was ono of the oldest mem bers of the Cathedral congregation Sho was born In Ireland eightytwo years ago but had spent more than half a century In Louisville Two children survive John P Hanley Secretary of tho Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company and Mrs J R Hemingway Her hus baud died several years ago Mrs Hanley was a devout Catholic and was noted for her charity and kind ness to all Her death Is lamented by a wide circle of acquaintances who extend their sympathy to the bereaved children Oil AND GAS The known petroleum area of the Uhlted States embraces 8860 square ihVlesV and thlp natural gas area 10 JO 5 5 square miles l U LADY DAY Beautiful Feast ot Assumption ot the Blessed Virgin Is Tomorrow Body ol Our Holy Mother Saved Front Corruption Alter Death Xo Relies oi HcrMortnl Remains Have Ever Yet Been Found t OBSERVED FOR MANY CENTURIES Tomorrow the church throughout the world celebrates the joyous feast sedVirginthefactashertheBlessedknown although the Fathers In a manytocityThe common tradition of the atJerusalem u centuryit supposethat hlmselthadformed his own humanity to become a prey to corruption This doctrine is confirmed by St Andrew of Crete St John Damascene and by many ancient martyrollgles and missals- It Is moreover a striking fact that notwithstanding the zeal of the early church in collecting and venerating Virginsbody bybothin the sixth century and has been observed ever since The church has set apart August 15 to commemorate holydayIn European countries August 1C Is celebrated under the name of Ladys day and each town village and hamlet Is the scene of great merrymaking It comes at that bountiful season when the earth is yielding her harvest of grain and fruits and Its celebration tends to make tho people love God and His Blessed Mother aH the more The doctrine of the assumption is India solubly a part of the church In the + rosary we are taught to meditate on the assumption and also on the cor onation of our Blessed Mother In heaven Many churches have been assumption is one thus honored and is called tho Cathedral of the Assumption During the octave of the feast the lessons read in the mass contain a passage from St John Damascene In which the history of the Blessed Virgins corporal assumption is given in detail One doctor of the church writing on the assumption declares The denial of the Blessed Virgins k coropral assumption is so much op posed to the common agreement of the church that it would be a mark of Insolent temerity The feast will be celebrated at the Cathedral and at several other local churches tomorrow with solemn high massesANNUAL OUTING I 1 For thcCatholicKnightsof America Comes Next Wednesday 4 All the branches of the Catholic Knights of America In the three Falls Cities will unite in tho annual out Ing at Fontaine Ferry Park next Wednesday The affair is given un der the auspices of the Central Com mittee and every branch shares In the enjoyment of the day Many of the Knights will not be able to reach the park until evening but their wives and children will spend the greater part of the day there In addition to the free concert the usual vaudeville performance will be given both afternoon and evening and other amusement devices and at tractions will be provided by the Knights Handsome awards will be made during the afternoon and evening The gate will be tree to all and the general public Is Invited The Catholic Knights of America Is an organization of Catholic men for fraternal insurance purposes During its thirty years It has paid out millions of dollars to widows and orphans and has done an untold amount of good These annual out Ings are given not so much for the purpose of making money as to have the Knights and their families gather In friendly reunion- DIGNITARIES GATID3U Salt Lake City Utah Tylll be the scene of a great gathering of catholic church dignitaries tomorrow when the new Cathedral of St Mary Magdalen will be dedicated e Cardinal Gibbons will officiate at the dedicatory exercises and wilt cole brate the Pontifical mass Among other distinguished churchmen who Will assist at the exercises will be SailFrancisconon of St Louis Archbishop Chrltl of Portland Ore Bishop Ay JV Glbrieux of BOIse Idaho Bishop Richard Scannell ot Omaha and Bishop J + JaneofCheyenJ e y r WT- 1 KENTUOKY IRISH AltIERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN e Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement ol Irish Americans and Catholics I Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorpot ted Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered at the Loulivllle Poitottlce ii SecoadClaiJ nitttr 5tAITRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 14 1909 CATHOLIC EDUCATION Of all the evils that threaten this country Ignorance Is the worst be cause there is so little excuse for It City town village hamlet and coun tryslde have their respective schools and the parents who neglect to send their children to these Institutions are robbing their offspring of their birthright But worse than all is the Catholic parent who sends his children to nonCatholic educational In stltutlons where the word of God Is unknowns where the education Is r only from the worldly side and where the teachings of our holy mother church are unknown and scoffed at The children may come from these schools cultured maYbe in a worldly sense but scoffing not only at the Catholic church but at all re- ligion1 No Catholic papers or books for them They have been taught c notcuniverse The denial of God is the acme of Ignorance Who Is to blame The parents f The father oncp a good Catholic perhaps has caught the worldly spirit He wants his sons to shine in the professions and for that he hoards gold and neglects his relig Ious duties The mother too wants e her daughters to shine In society For that she slaves from morning until night Not one word of God is spoken In that household Catholics papers and magazines are tabooed The family is on the highroad to prosperity maybe but very seldom Without religion the sons turn out rakes and wrecks and the daughters worse and the ailed fathers and mothers sink Into the grave with shame and without a word of re morse from those shameless children fcThe real Catholic father and mother order things differently From early Infancy the sons and daughters are taught to lisp their prayers Good Catholic books juvenile tales Catholic magazines r rind papers are brought to that home be it ever so humble The little ones are sent to Catholic schools The girls are taught not only to read and wijlte but to sew and help mother r In many ways The boys are taught to assist at mass thus learning their first lessons In selfsacrifice They are taught to recognize the omnipo tent hand of God In the firmament the field the flocks the ocean and the barren rocks Tho children of these parents grow up to be useful men and women They become the fathers and mothers of loyal Catholic children Often they have a spiritual vocation and become priests or nuns This pleases the hearts of true Catholic parents more than all elseto give r a son or daughter perhaps both to the service of God and His holy religionCatholicity Is making great prog ress in America It Is true but now more than at any time in its history does it feel the need for Christian v education The management of these schools share a responsibility with the parentsthey must keep their schools academies and colleges up to as high a standard as possible IX IlIOHT DIRECTION The Catholic Camp Association has been organized in New York Cityj i and Its object is to provide Catholic youths of moderate means with a safe and healthful place of recreation during the summer months Arch bishop Farley and Bishop Cusack are among the patrons The site of the camp is along the shore of Lake Ponkonkoma This Is a move In the right direction and is worthy of emu lation in many other cities These camps can be made schools of Instruc tion as well as places for healthful recreation In fact the ancient Irish monks held their colleges almost altogether In the open air and some of the best literature of ancient times was written by sqholars who studied In the woods and fields The New York idea seems to be a good one and with competent teachers the boys could learn much about ii- K birds and beasts flowers and plants ADMIRABLE SUGGESTION The Young Mens Institute Ken tupky Jurisdiction closed a very successful meeting of the Grand Council Tuesday evening andelected an admirable set of officers The Delegates represent the best element of young Catholicl manhood in Ken ttUokyand Tennees i As long as the urledlcUpn continues to exist the delegates will be welcomed to Louiaville wltko8arm8 One wtbc beet wBCwitau mMe tfartef tha MMM wutUt of Supreme Director James T Shelley who advised the calling of a confer ence of all societies of Catholics to help the weaker ones and where advantageous to consolidate two or more of the weaker organizations The suggestion seems admirable Look where you will In Kentucky you can not find a society of Catholics that has not done good work in Its special field The Y M I has cer tainly done its share in caring for the Catholic youths It should lie supported and made stronger In stead of two councils like Mncklu and Trinity there Is room for ten In Louisville The material Is here to work with The boys now about to become men will have the example of a Shelley Raldy Sand Lautz Kelly Sullivan Cooney and other leaders to encourage them on their way Let us hale that conference and help the young men SPEAKS WELL FOR IRISH Out of twentythree Inmates of the Indiana Reformatory who are foreign born and liable to deporta tion not one Is of Irish nativity Canada England Sweden Australia Russia Germany Hungary Belgium Austria and Wales contribute their respective shares but it Is gratifying to IrishAmericans that Immigrants from the Emerald Isle are entirely missing from the list Last year there were fortyseven foreign born inmates received at the Reformatory and not a native of Ireland among them JW DOIIUKTVS AIM Dr William B Doherty is urging the other members of the Louisville Free Library Board to erect a brand library in Boone Square Such an Institution would be highly appre elated by residents of the West End Dr Doherty is certainlyI the right man In the right place and few it any men In Louisville are more conversant with the needs of our citizens AIDING POLICY 11OLDKHS The jlvest and wisest life Insurance men have taken up the study of pre ventive medicine and are now in league with physicians and philan thropists who are making war on tuberculosis A Yale professor has informed these agents and Presi dents of life Insurance companies that it would not be difficult to lengthen the lives of many of their policyholders if proper steps were Taken They have seen too the ef Torts made by fire Insurance com panles to protect property and reduce lossesOne life Insurance companyI has announced the establishment of a policyholders health bureau in con nection with its medical department Its purpose will be to guard the health of patrons against pre ventable diseases From time to time bulletins will be sent out to explain the latest discoveries in med heal science and will give policyholders the benefit of the experience and advice of able medical authori ties On their part the policyholders will be requested to communicate with the company regarding their physical needse One of the pig New York com mnies is considering the desirability- of providing and maintaining a tuberculosis sanitarium for the benefit of policyholders afflicted with this malady Legal difficulties seem to stand in the way of an Immediate realization of the Idea but It Is significant nevertheless- It would seem that the companies thus protecting their patrons would Increase their own business and erelong the most Influential ones will aid in preventing the spread of contagious and Infectious diseases The Catholic Sun of Syracuse well says Week in and week out the Catholic press lays before the Catholic parents the reasons for Catholic education The Catholic school Is the theme of many an editorial The Jatholld school that falls to acqUaint- Its pupils with the Catholic press Is not playing fair Many editors of Catholic papers are often discouraged by the lack of reclprocatory Interest shown by some of the educational institutions It has been announced that the Doardor Public Works IB preparing to erect fortyone public hydrants or drinking fountains That Is well enough as far as ilgosbut forty one Is by no means enough The uqtJlUl1IAauloaeat uiat-pof r j jsjRob tub rash Jtnrjft rf SOCIETY le wlwlweMe aoe ib1M- iss Hattie McGuIre left Monday to visit friends in Cincinnati Mss Lizzie McCloud has gone to New York to spend three weeksI Miss Nannie flax has returned from a visit to friends at Lyndon Miss Nellie Hanley has returned from a visit to friends in Nashville Mrs J P McMahon of Flora Heights Is visiting friends at Malott Misses Mattie and Emma Bangert are enjoying their vacation at Valley Station Miss Edna Quiulan is visiting her cousins the Misses Richard of New Albany Mrs A Torpey and Mrs J M Nehan are spending a few jnreeks 1In New York City Miss Gertrude Parson of Highland Park has returned from a visit to Shepherdsvllle Miss Lillian Davis Is spending several weeks with Mrs Elberg John son of Chicago P J Geagan has returned tto Chicago after a ten days visit to friends in this city Misses Mary E Fllbln and Sarah Scally have returned from a visit to Brooks Station Fred A Peake of 704 Florence PJace is ill of typhoid fever at SI Anthonys Hospital I Miss Cecilia Belle Lovely of Port land Is home after an enjoyable trip to Northern Indiana Miss Katherlno McLaughlin has gone to Chicago to spend the re mainder of the summer Mr and Mrs John Gorman of South Louisville are enjoying the waters at Martinsvillc Ind Miss Eileen Neighbors of South Louisville has returned from a visit to relatives at ElIzabethtown Mrs John T Malone and family are spending the summer In their cottage at Petoskey bitch Mrs Charles L Crush and daiigli ter Miss Adelaide are spending ni month at Green Lake WIs Miss Margaret Moran of Jefferson vllle has gone to Indianapolis to spend tfro months with relatives Misses Anna and Julia Ford and Anna Fellows have returned from a visit to friends at Fern Creek Edward Holleran and bride have returned from the East and have begun housekeeping in Clifton Miss Florence Daily has gone to Lexington to spend two weeks with her cousins the Misses Krieger Mr and Mrs A G Conway of 323 West Broadway have as their guest Miss Margaret Geagan of Chicago Mr and Mrs W J OLeary of 606 North Twentyfourth street are spending two weeks in Atlantic City Bernard M Hacked is expected home next week from Niagara Falls and other points of interest in the East Miss Henrietta Kaiser will return today from an extended trip to At lantic City Philadelphia and other placesMisses Victoria and Alma Crovo and Alberta Leverone left last Sunday for Cincinnati for a stay of two weeks Miss Maria Merrlmeo entertained with a euchre and lawn fete at her home 241 Haldeman avenue Tues day evening Mrs Disney Ryan of South Louis ville has returned from Lebanon where she spent two weeks with friends and relatives Mrs R E Lee and Miss Anna IKeefe are visiting at Elizabeth town and will go from there to Frankfort next week Misses Clara and Marie OConnor two charming Frankfort girls arrived Monday to spend several weeks with relatives and friends Dennis Gleeson has been confined- to the family residence 917 South First street for the past two weeks but Is slowly improving Dr and Mrs J M Keaney and little daughter Alma left Wednesday for Elwood Springs Ind where they will spend several weeks nittle Miss Katie Exner of High land Park has returned home after at visit to her cousin Miss Marie Kaolin of the East End Misses Eva and Estelle Doherty of 1519 East Spring street New Al bany are visiting friends In Chicago and Benton Harbor Mich The everbusy stork in his rounds last week deposited a little Hibernian- at the residence of John J Barry 633 West 8t Catherine street Misses Margaret E Coleman Anna S McGuire Adeline and Nellie olger and Ida M Cummings are spending a few weeks at White Mills Miss Annie May Whalleu and brother Edward of Portland have returned from Ohio Falls where they were the guests of their aunt Miss Mary Cain MillerElizabethFlorence Smith left Monday to spend thl8lr Vacation in Chicago and Benton Harbor Mich Mrs Ralph McDar ielslandIIWe son Richard of New Albany and Mrs Francis Richard of LouisvilleI are in Lafayette Indtoreln until aeptembar 1 IR i 0 Larry Gntto who has been ill a his home 329 West Jefferson street Is considerably Improved and his family and friends are gratified at his speedy recovery I Mrs W T McNally bf San Francisco and little daughter Elva Winifred aro guests Of hel mother Mrs B H Gilmore of 2226 West Jefferson street Miss Kate Gleesbn and niece Miss Kate Gleeson also who visited Mrs T J Leonard sister and aunt 1iin Chicago returned home Monday evening after a delightful trip r r1IIss Loretta Langan of Sout- Louisville has gone to Joplin Mo to visit her sister Miss Gertrud i Langan who took the Veil In the Lor ettlne convent there on Tuesday IT Jeff JUannon has gone to Chi and Milwaukee on a businessI trip and en route home will stop n Bass Lake where Mrs Bannon am I children aye spending the summer I I Misses Margaret Norton Lllllni Busath Henrietta Neuritter and Nell Jennings have gono to NiagaraI Buffalo and other points of Interest- in the East to spend ten days o more I IMrs John C Graves and daugh ters Llda and Ethel Mrs Guy E Osterman and daughter Mary Cath I erine and Miss Margaret Henness will leave tomorrow night for a two weeks visit to St Louis Mrs Edward Heintz of Cincinnati who came here to attend the funera I of her cousin Frank L Fach will remain two weeks or more as tho guest of her cousin Miss Maggie Fach and Louis W Borntraeger Frank J Deuser and George P Welsh left Thursday for Atlantic City and New York Before they re turn home they expect to visit Boston Philadelphia Baltimore and Wash Ington They will be gone about fifteen days Phil McGovern a very popular letter carrier is enjoying his seven teen days furlough If there is one carrier on the local force that Is entitled to a furlough it Is Mr Me Govern He earns every minute rest he gets- Charles Ulrich and wife of New Orleans will arrive in Louisville to morrow to spend two weeks with his sister Mrs Pauline Raldy of West Main street Mr Ulrich was formerly a resident of Louisville and has many friends here o Mrs Charles I Cate and two chil dren who have been In the Panama Canal zone for the past two years and who returned home last Friday will remain with Mrs Cates mother Mrs M Donahue 1321 DeBan street until September 3 Misses Nannie Morgan and Nellie Bell and Joseph Adamo all of Chi cago are visiting Mrs Morgan and family of 3R4 North Twentysixth street Mrs Morgan and daughter and Miss Bell will go to West Baden next week and Mr Adamo will return tc Chicago Misses Loretta Tighe Margaret Scally Philomena Gilligan and Anna C Butler are enjoying a vacation at St Catherines near Springfield From letters to relatives the young ladles seem to be enjoying themselves anddo not Intend to return home for several weeks William G Kennedy who recently submitted to a serious surgical opera tlon is convalescing at the home of his sister Mrs Joseph L Otte 1130 Bardstown road Mr Kennedy is a brother of the Rev Father Emmet B Kennedy recently ordained and now engaged in parish work in Mobile The pretty little miss that recently arrived at the home of David B Garvey 2319 West Main street was christened after vespers at St Boni faces church last Sunday afternoon The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Peter Fnglert o F M and the name given the little one is Madallne Adele after her mother and aunt respectively EXCURSION TO JASPIJU Knights of St John Commandery No 80 will give a grand excursion to Jasper Ind on Sunday August 29 The excursion will be made via the Southern railway the train leav ing the Union Depot Seventh and the river at 745 oclock sharp On the return trip the train will leave Jasper at 7 oclock in the evening The round trip tickets will cost 150 with half fare for children between five and twelve years old and under five years free Jasper is the center of o great Catholic community and Knights and their fellow excursionists will be given a warm welcome DKATII OF FATHER BECK Word was received in Louisville Wednesday of the death in West Paterson N J of the Very Rev father Ludgar Beck Guardian of the Franciscan Monastery there father Beck came to America in L874 and was for several years one of the assistant priests at St Martins church In this city At that time St Martins was under the care of the Franciscans The deceased priest hadi many warm friends In Louisville He was a native of Bavaria and ieventyeeven years old FONTAINE FERUY PARK All week the patrons of Fontaine Ferry Park have filled that popular resort both afternoon and evening The vaudeville bill was unusually goodand much appreciated Next week another excellent bill will be presented and the tree concerts will be continued Special additional features will be presented Wed 1es day afternoon and night the occa sion of the CK of A outing KAOK AT POST Mr and MrsT B McCabe re turned to Louisville Tuesday from a- trip to Niagara Falls and the Thpu sand Islands where he hoe been since July 1 Jt1serch Of health Mr McCabe IB the local commercial agentof the Illlnoir Central railroad and one of the roost popular railroad men in LoulBvllle Mrs XOCabe alto ijorml the trip fat SDTCLIFFES REMOVAL SALE- We will continue our Removal Sale during the next ten days until August 25 when we move to our new location 220 S Fourth bet Kendrick and Klaubers Come in now before best things are gone Fisnins Tickle 200 Steel Rods cork grip 75c withhagates It 175 300 Sutcliffe Casting Reel 190 50c Silk Lines 35c 125 Silk LinesIt 80c 150 Tackle Box 85c 75c Tackle Box 45c 12cdlOc Big reduction in Hooks Floats everyl TENNISr200 Tennis Racket Covers 75c 120 Tennis Racket Cgvcrs60c 75c Terinis Racket Covers 35c 119 119 S fourth v KNIGHTS OP COLllBBSi Se Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where CavingtonThe order now has 1381 councils and an aggregate membership of 226289 At the outing of Buffalo Council a washljne contest for girls proved a novel feature Contrasts for furnishing the new Minneapolishaveopening will not take place beforE October 12 At Seattle Wash the Knights today begin a three days celebration at the AlaskaYukon Exposition Today the first second and third degrees will be exemplified Tomorro the visitors will be entertained Informally and on Monday there will be work In the fourth degree John F Rogers Council of Bridgeport Conn will celebratE Columbus day October 12 by send Ing a relay message to Grand Knight A S McSwigan of Duquesne Coun ell Pitts burg The message will be carried by relay messengers in automobiles through Connecticut New York New Jersey and Pennsylvania HOME NEXT FRIDAY The Louisville baseball team will arrive home from St Paul next Friday finishing a fourgame series at that place on Thursday The team plays today and tomorrow with Minneapolis and if a majority of thE games can be annexed by the Colonels they will arrive home In n nice posl tlon to make a dash for the pennant The baseball fans of this city should congratulate themselves on the show Ing of the Colonels thus far when the miserable showing of the Indian apolis Hoosiers is taken Into comparison the pennant winners of last year now trailing In the dust and losing every series in the last six weeks Messrs Grayson and Chlv ington are endeavoring to secure an other 300 hitter before the team arrives home WANTS HOLY SEPULCHRE According to the dally papers Pope Plus X Is negotiating with the new Sultan of Turkey for the purchase of the Holy Sepulchre which he desires to remove from Jerusalem to Italy It is said he has Interested Emperor William to lend his good offices IIn conducting the negotiations The holy sepulchre for the sanctity of which the crusades were taught lies In the great Church of the Sepulcher which has for centuries been the center of Christian religious thought In Jerusalem The tomb itself is ia cavity in the rock covered by n marble shelf five feet long two feet wide and three feet high The tomb lies In the tiny chapel of the sepulchre a room six and a halt feet long six feet wide and very low CATHOLIC SUMMER SCHOOL The Western Catholic Chautauqua- at Lake Oconomowoc will open next week and Prof James C Monaghan a lecturer of national fame and a well known American Bishop will be among those who will make addresses The committee In charge has not yet announced the dates nor the full list of speakers The site for this western summer school has been admirably chosen Archbishop Iessiner and Bishop Muldoon are among the patrons of the enterprise CONVENT BURNS Two hundred and fifty girls Inmates of the convent of the Good Shepherd New York City escaped from the burning building last Saturday and 500 girls and nuns In ad acent buildings also had to run for their lives Five firemen were over come by smoke and five others were hurt when the burning stairway gave way under them The damage to the convent Is estimated at several thou sand dollars RETREAT FOR IXWHTTINES The Rev Father Cyril C P who has been acting parish priest at Holy Cross church In Cincinnati arrived In oulsvllle Monday evening and later went to Loretto to help the Rev Father Mark C Pln conducting the retreat for the Sisters of Loretto- CAPTLLAUGIILINNOW Officer James McLaughlin has bseri raised to the rank of lnof the NewAlbany police force He had been Sergeant for several years and hist latest promotion hat beau Well eti J c c C Athletic Goods Baseball Gloves Mitts etc at 40 to 60 per cent discount Hammocks 50 per cent reduc tion Sweaters 50 per cent reduction Remnant Baseball Suits at half priceBathing Suits 40 per cent dis countCroquet Sets 40 per cent dis countBoys Baseball Suits shirt pants and belt gray flannel 50c in in be is of at 45 35 30 S 18 and NIGHT Knights are of fraternal of therefore to us one of to be W Jefferson to or do 30 28 25 1500 in to in on on to in I Windows Designs Texas Louisvilles Brightest Catering to and Dancing every afternoon evening except RESTAURANT IN THE BEAUTIFUL High FREE GATE and DYER Slckti Mi Pressed 75c Ck wd fi All 414 ST Bicycle Department Judging from our the first week riding wheel Now the one opportunity getting them price National with coaster 3500 Daytonia Bicycle Foot Pumps 25c 50c BellsIt 30c CUTLERY 200 Pocket Knives135100 Knives 65c 50c Pocket Knives 35c 100 Hickory Razors 60c All guaranteed goods Jd JSEASONS BIG HOLIDAY Fontaine Ferry Park Wednesday August Central Committee Catholic Knights ANNUAL OUTING Special Programme Added Attractions FOR BOTH AFTERNOON AND The Central Committee and Catholic desirous making this the banner day the year and ask friends and the public celebrate with them FREE GATE FREE GATE- Be with and you may receive the prizes awarded PCUNNING LEWIS CON Car Third and S- tsI15I FINE CLOTHINGNot- hing more say and values IIROUNDUP PRICE exceptional values Blue get this come We Want Show You See Display Ourt a1L215 II TUB few but all ot that are It in the of the o i and and 556 D Spot ladies children and Sunday FINEST PARK THE SOUTH PARK and J M OARVEV Manager and tleMti Salk Wotk Ga r ntWd Or No Pity S FlITH sales town will a a 2600 1775 1 their WEST MARKET STREETS CBIEDRATKD n The Only with Cork Insulation The MEAL GAS Combines not a features practical value considered deslr EQUAL ranks high estimation public I Plants Gut Flowers fGREENHOUSES STORE I Charles Sts 4th Z- OONONN PARK FREE CONCERTS especially Free Band Concerts Class Vaudeville Dancing Popular Features Falls City Cleaning Dye Works iEXPERTCLEANER WHtPrcMU HMcrtowlMC everybody Pocket Fourth GEHER SON NORTH SIAR REFRIGERATOR Refrigerator QUICK RANGE RangeThe NNINNNONOOONON000Oi0NON0000000000N0t00No HENRY FUCHS TJL FLORIST StOPPOSrT RIVERVIEW FONTAINE FERRY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILES FOR 150 ON THE ELEGANT STEAMERS City of Cincinnati City of Louisville One oj the above steamers leaves everySundayfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where boatarrlvlngbome ROUND TRIP ONLY50cc PHOENIX HILL PARK Open PoI the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socialsi I Outings greatlyImprovadi rarties aesnsatof Phoenix Hill hforeclosings- contracts s t KENTUOKY IRISH AlMERIOAN + + 4+ + e 1 N N 111ViJ N NUMENiSIn order to make room for the en i llargement of our workshop we offer sour extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceed- inglyt low prices Call and examineII MULDOON MONUMENT CO i 318320 WEST GREEN STREET i 6 M r N N NN N N N I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 1- 23JJ BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S8S Fast JOfIa1ti Street u t D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELUOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT t Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET + ++++ + +4444 J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carrlag Short NoticeSTREET+ N 0 0 NN tf It It I I I I I I I I Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor r Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET0 TELEPHONE 810 THOMAS Funeral Director TELEPHONE All all promptly atteud I Carriages lurnUbed for 1225 W Independent of All KATIE LADY Washing and Children a nOME BEDDING Geraniums Cemetery Work REASONABLE JACOB THE 550 S Both PRIVATE FOR THE CARE OF EPILEPTIC The Sisters of Mercy lad own and manage I for the care and I epileptic patients patients are admitted onable For further MOTHER A PIERCY AND Rooers GOu ROSARIES taste Give us aIour line of are the finest of and city Religious Articles DESCRIPTION a 2I8TSpecialty Street Designs prompt AVENUE 1050 attention ft J POLSP U hINSWNS14t6Idfi GLEANER Wearing Apparel 528 WINOLD Fifth IN Street Fancy Grocariisr SAMPLE CTION ROOMI a Specialty 540 W WALNUT NERVE TONIC i called to the adver Koenjgts nerve column We are we never published S umO 1a1S than those lk medicine This and nervous speciall remIc aei given fro to r I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolt I the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes I In Ireland there are C46 divisions I of the order with an aggregate mem bershlp of 60000 members I Division 1 will meet In session next Tuesday regularI I tendance President Keenan desires a National Secretary Nugent reports that during the last two years 1416 divisions have been added to the order In Ireland The eight divisions of the order in Indianapolis held a very succcssfu outing and field day at German Park last Wednesday Division 2 Is due for a big meeting next Friday night President Fore wants as many present as possible I to help map out a fall campaign Division 3 will meet Thursday night the last meeting prior to the joint picnic and President Sulllvtu is anxious for every member to be presentThe meeting of Division 4 on Mon day August 23 promises to be a hummer All sorts of Hibernian stunts will be provided at the social sessionAll the divisions of the order and the Ladles Auxiliaries of Onondaga county N Y are preparing for a mammoth outing and field day or August 25 All the Hibernians and members of the Ladles Auxiliary are cordially Invited to attend the C K of A out- Ing at Fontaine Ferry Park next WednesdayCapt Dolans tug of war team continues to practice every Sunday on their Shlpplngport grounds My team could pull the starch out ol King Edwards shirt says Capt torn The Executive Committee from the Ladles Auxiliary and Division 3 arranging for the joint picnic at Phoenix Hill Park Tuesday August 24 Js holding meetings once or twice a week The various divisions of the order In Onondaga county New York which Includes Syracuse wilt hold a mass meeting at Pompey tomorrow State President Brown will be one of tile principal speakers The Milwaukee division has sent delegates to the unveiling of the Hibernian monument at Grosse Island tomorrow Many States of the North and East will be represented by one or more delegates FALU CITY LEAGUE Falls City Bowling League held Its egular meeting at Hangers alloys fuesday night and In the absence ot President Frank Dacher who Is taking his vacation Secretary Albert F Martin called the meeting to order Fred Schmidt was elected emporary Chairman The Korn rackers Ferncflffe Lewis Piazza Boston and ONeal ONeal teams vero represented Preliminary steps were taken to get other teams to take the remaining franchises The members adjourned to meet gain at Haagers on Tuesday night August 17- ASSLMES HIGHER DUTIES 1 The many friends of James B Smith will be gratified to learn that he has been elevated to the lposition of general manager of the Insurance firm of Barbee Castleman to suc ceed the late Arthur G Lartghanu Mr Smith has been with the company hlrtyflve years and thoroughly un erstands the business Mr Smith alco succeeds Mr Langham as gen eral manager of the Shawnee Fire Insurance Company of Topeka Kas INITIATION DEFERUEU Trinity Councils initiation which was to have taken place on next Mon da night has been postponed until Monday night August 30 President James B Kelly requests all the members to be on hand as the exemplification of the ritual Is both In tructlve and entertaining The candidates of whom there are a largoI umber are requested to be on hand romptly at 8 bclock- SUItPIIISED FRIENDS Mrs Margaret R Faucette and Harry P Donnelly well known Cov igton people were united In matrimony by the Rev Father Brossart Vicar General last Saturday even- Ing Immediately afterwardMr and- re Donnelly went to New York on a bridal trip Mr Donnelly is a member of tile firm of Donnelly Jros funeral directors The marriage was a surprise to friends of both bride and groom NEW SUPERIOR CHOSEN Sister Bernadine has been chosen uperior of Presentation Academy to succeed Sister Eulropia who was recently elected Mother Superior of Nazareth Academy For several years past Sister Bernardino has been in charge of the senior class at Presenta ion and her elevation is not a sur irlse She is well known In Louis llle Catholic educational circles WANTS Td VISIT IRELAND Those In touch with King Edtsardn- sires say that he will probably visit Ireland this fall but at any event not later than next year It Is said that luring the early fall he may cruise on his yacht and put Into several Irish ports Rumor has It that he Is desirous of Spending a week In Dublin and that be will also visit Cork Waterford and Belfast MAJOR BURKES TRIP Major Edward Burke Night Chief of the Louisville police force left his city Tuesday on iris annual vaca lon His Itinerary includes Chicago etroit New York and Rochester The Major has relatives in the latter cltY DBKtfONT CLUBS OUTING Tomorrow the Delmont Club Will glve a basket picnicl at Spring Bank JheehlblandIfTclult will supply liquid r trrsh HiW bat til memberiare pgosd 1 h riJJ I I and 20- Suits I for 1250 3Pieceand 2PieceSuits Suitsin all Kindsof PatternsLEVYS Third and Market to bring their substantials In baskets- It will mean a days outing and a octal reunion for all the members Music and dancing will be one of the bIg features ROBERT T BURKE Elected Grand President of Y 101 I JUDGE LINCOLN HURT Judge Walter Lincoln while visit- Ing In Knox county last week fell from a porch and sustained serious but not necessarily dangerous injur lea His right arm Was broken In two places and two ribs were fractured At last accounts he was resting as comfortably as possible under the circumstances but will be necessarily confined for several weeks CONDITION CRITICAL Joseph Morgan one of the oldest and most prosperous farmers in Southern Indiana Is suffering from paralysis at his home near Henry rllle Ind Mr Morgan Is eightytwo years old and fears for his recovery are entertained His sister Mrs Mary Fitzgerald of the Highlands eft last week to spend several weeks at his bedside COSTLY STRUCTURE St Marys Young Mens Associa tion at Buffalo N Y is In n vary Nourishing condition and proposes to rest a club house at a cost of 80000 It will he a fourstory structure equipped with all modern conveniences This society of Cath sllc young men numbers 200 mem hers VILL MAKE STRONG CANDIDATE ofJeffersonllleshighly esteemed citizens has an pounced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Mayor of that Ity If nominated ho will make u very strong candidate since he has many friends In both parties CHOSE RELIGIOUS LIFE Miss Anna Hines a popular young lady of St Louis Bertrands parish who went to St Catherines Convent to enter the novitiate last year has been given the name of Sister Mary Raymond The novice Is well and supremely content In her new en vironment GALLAGHER CLUBS FETE The Gallagher Club an adjunct of Unity Council Y M I of New Al bany will give a euchre and dance on the club house grounds 805 East Main street next Wednesday evening The club Invites Its friends in Louis ville and Jeffersonville to attend MAKES STRONG CANDIDATE Bernard A Coll aspires to the Democratic nomination for Circuit Clerk 6f Clark county Indiana Mr Coll Is one of the most popular men in Jeffersonville and served severa terms as County Treasurer of Clark county AVITIl F1REJIEN William Steele engineer of the No 8 fire company and one of thee most competent men Jn the fire department la able to be on duty again after a weeks illness Ton Callahan Aide to Chief Tyson is expected homo from Michigan next week after a ten days vacation oxrIURLOUGHAndrew stimt tchief of time Jeffersonyille lire depart sent and now a1 guard at the Indiana Rate OJ1iMlcilpnCItYIIi upend atgR ton days furlough with friends Md relatives la JfcfferaonvlHe u IRELAND Record of the Host Important f the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges IFrom the latest list published the city of Belfast has 72800 voters an increase of 102 over 1908 Joseph GHtesple1 a well known farmer in the County Armagh dlecI at his residence in Tynan John Brogan of Clones at the IIsk of his own life rescued James Me Mahon from drowning In Clonkeei LakeWhile temporarily insane Patrick Kelly twentyseven years old committed suicide at his home near ClonmelMrs Honor Quinn Is dead at Balhighadereen at the age of 102 years She could read knit and sew without the aid of spectacles The death of the Very Rev Father Smollcn dean of the diocese of Clogher occurred at Ennisklllen His demise Is generally regretted Michael Loftus seventytwo years old and one of the oldage pensioners committed suicide at his home 1III Sligo while temporarily Insane The dead body of Edward Archer a well known young man of Dublin was found floating off Bray Hem He was twentynine years old and marriedRev Father James W Campbell a son of J H Campbell Town ClerIc of Queenstown was one of fitly priests recently ordained In the Church of J3t Sulplce Paris At the opening of the Derry summer assizes the presiding Judge congratulated the grand jury on the fact that the county was In its normal state of peace and quietness The Dingle School of Irish in the County Sllgo has opened its second year and among the students is Joseph Dunn a professor at the Catholic University In Washington D C On September 30 an infirmary will bo opened at Moyne Park Count Galway for the reception of aged and nflrm priests It will be under the control of the Catholic Bishops of IrelandRichard Holahan a well known Kilkenny farmer while driving from 3allyogue to Callan was seized with heart failure and died almost Imme llately He was thirty years old and highly respected At a convention held in the Town Hall SlIgo Thomas Scanlan a solic- Itor was nominated for the Parliamentary vacancy In North SlIgo but It is claimed that P J Flynn will contest the nomination The remains of James Halpln M P who died recently at Euston England were taken to Newmarketon ergus County Clare for interment Mr Halpin represented East Clare In arllament and was highly regarded At the opening of the Kilkenny Assizes the Chief Justice thus addressed the grand jury I rejoice to Inform you that there is no business to go before you We meet gentlemen to part I congratulate and discharge you At a meeting of the Birr Guardians InI Queens county Dr Michael Quig- ley of Clonaslee was appointed medical officer for the Frankford llspensary distrlctr to succeed DrI Brown who retires after nearly fty years service R1VERVIEW 1ARK This has been another great week at Ulverview Park and today promos to be a record breaker because all1 the orphans In Louisville have beon invited to be Col Lum Simons guests It will not cost the little ones cent to enter the gate shoot the chutes or to enjoy any of the other evlces The free vaudeville and colored jubilee singers continue to attract crowds Next week there will be the usual attractions with flre worls on Tuesday and Friday CORONATION ANNIVERSARY Monday was the fifth anniversary of the coronation of Pope Pius X and it was celebrated with due pomp Cardinal Merry del Val the Papal ecretary of State officiated at the ontiflcai mass All the Cardinals then In Rome and members of the diplomatic corps and relatives of His Holiness were In attendance During the day the Pope received many felicitous messages OAPT HANLONS CHANGE Recognizing the executive ability of Capt Thomas Hanlon the Democratic statesman of Floyd county Ind Hon J C S Blackburn Governor of the Panama Zone has offered nlm a nice position there Capt anion and Gov Blackburn are personal friends of long standing and theotrer U being favorably con Idered FIREMAN ON TRIP Fergus Kennedy better known among his friends as Paddy Sox a ardworklng member of the No 1 Hook and Ladder Company has gone to Niagara FallsonI an extended trip and other points of interest in the East ABLE REPRESENTATIVE Attorney Gerald Connelly represented the diocese of Covington at tbe Catholic Federation convention In Pittsburg this week Mr Con nelly Is a clever lawyer and the Interests of Covington Catholics could pot have been in abler hands VENERABLE ORATORS Dr Thomas Addis Emmet a randnephew of Robert Emmet and Patrick Ford editor of the Irish World will be the principal speakers at the annual celebration of Chi agos United Irish societies at Brands Park tomorrow Dr Emmet Is now eightytwo years old TRANSFERRED The Rev Father Francis Cassllly S J has been transferred from time JesuIt University at Chicago to the- facultyotBt Francis Xavlers Col legeC1nclnnattFathe1 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Ursarhl Itai HiNa Uotpid NOTED CHUKCIIMEtf Addressed the Sessions of National Catholic federation The eighth annual convention ot the National Federation of Catholi Societies met in Plttsburg this week with seevral thousand delegates frog all parts of the Union in attendance As is customary the convention opened on Sunday morning when the Right Rev Regis Cannevin Bishop of Plttsburg celebrated Pontifical mass In his Cathedral Many Archbishops Bishops Mon signori and priests were In tho sanctuary while the lay delegate filled the body of the church Tho opening sermon was preached by the Right Rev C P Mae Bishop ot Covington In the afternoon at 53 oclock the delegates assembled and heard several able addresses The first mass meeting was held in Carnegie Hall at 8 oclock In the even IngThe attendance was very large and many could not find entrance to tho hall The delegates were welcomed to the city by Bishop Can nevin Major Magee and Gov Edward Stuart Edward Feeney of Brook lyn National President of the Federation responded to the addresse of welcome Brief addresses were also made by Archbishop Sebastian Messmer of Milwaukee and Archbishop W H OConnell of Boston On Monday morning all assembled at St Pauls church whore a solemn requiem mass was offered up for the repose of the souls of deceased delegates An all day business session was held in Carnegie Hall beginning at 930 oclock with an hours recess at noon Another business ses- sIon occupied the daylight hours on Tuesday That evening the second mass meeting was held with the Right Rev James McFaul Bishop ot Trenton as the principal speaker His subject was The Apostolate ot the Laity Many matters of Importance were discussed during the two days busl ness sessions but as yet complete reports have not come to hand The following national officer were reelected President Edward G Feeney Brooklyn Vice Presidents J B Colkers Newark N J Thomas P Flynn Chicago G W Strong St Paul Henry Wessing Boston J J Hynes Buffalo Josepl W Conroy Cincinnati National Sec retary Anthony Matre St Louis National Treasurer Mrs Elizabett Rodgers Chicago President Feenej and Secretary Matre were reelected It was decided to hold the next national convention at New Orleans PROGRESS Reported in Arranging For Coming Great Joint Picnic President Patrick T Sullivan presided over a well attended meeting of Division 3 A O H on Thursday evening of last week Every officer was present and three applications were received W J Bishop who has been ill was reported unim proved President Sullivan read a very Interesting chapter of Irish hls1 tort D J Coleman reported favorable progress In the work of arrang- Ing for the Joint picnic to be given at Phoenix Hill Park on Tuesday August 24 A number of handsome euchre prizes have been donated and another handsome prize will be given in tho tugofwar The committee on dancing has everything arranged admirably and Prof Dennis Collins orchestra will furnish the music The members of the Ladles Auxiliary are working in harmony with Division 3 and Miss Elizabeth King who has charge of the country store reports that all are working hard for tho success of that branch of the days outing All Division 3 and the Ladles Auxiliary now desire Is fhlr weather Before the meeting closed in structive addresses were delivered by State President George J Butler and Patrick T Sullivan ADDHESS ON MASS Hibernian Members Heard Instructive Talk by Chaplain Division 4 A OH held a well attended meeting Monday night with President John H Hennessy In the chair The application of John Han rahan was received Michael Doyle was reported confined to his home with a mashed foot John Healy was also reported 111 Rev Father Charles Christmas Chaplain of the division gave another of his Inter- estIng and instructive talks on the holy sacrifice of the mass All of his addresses are appreciated by the membersIt announced that at the next meeting August 23 an entertainment for members only will be given There will be plenty of vocal and Instrumental music and refresh ments In abundance Division 4 has lots of talent and her own members rill furnish the specialties There ire violin players flute players and lanceru galore In the organization and all are anticipating a good time LAWN FETE AWAJIDS As a result of the annual outing tor the benefit of St Leos church highland Park on July 29 the lot lowing premiums have been awarded John Struck sideboard May A Slier Iron bedstead George Ecker tip In gold Henry Klein case ot- wlneL Daubert gasoline stove rohh Struck settee Mary Elevens jotatdes Mamie Schipper magic antern Mrs An Scroggln load ofeoal Lena Oeltzen 5 S Haw ctns box of cigars MIO Stocker hOtographs Mrs Flanagan years lubscriptlbn id the Olaubensbote 3 F ehat Dr HJ Couch m nrQ8aryCBurwlnkl years ubucrlptlon to the Kentucky Irish American John Wersf tankard Ben chipper fine picture Mr McNally jewlcaiket P Vlgllal Company tad of coat Maggie ackey purse Chares Palter monkey f a 1 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O EI- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr RyanRecording Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan TreasurerCharles J Finegari SergoantatArms Andrew Curran SentinelLouis Roller- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings Of Each Month PresIdentCon J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T T Stone FlnanclalSecretaryJnoTIieaneyTreasurerJoseph SergeantatArms John T Drown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Setenteenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrIck T Suljivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThos Stevens Financial Secretary J G liesslon DoughertySentinelThomas SergeantatArms Patrick Beglej DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyViceFinancial Secretary Wm P Me 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 Plans Hall KennedyPresident Vice PresidentRobert Gleason Recording Secretary Thos OHern Financial Secretary John G Cole TreasurerBernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentyslxth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos D Clines Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording SecretaryThomas F Bachman SecretaryWllilamF Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams WeberMarshalAdol Inside ScntineiJ C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William D An driott toNER FRVE IEtJlQs ro IC Wonderful to Take at Change of Life Z 1908HaveTonidaringdesired result hue used It for all my tamil herfoundwith all those distressing symptoms such as smother palpitations hsterlcst- remblfnlr and eleep assnssstry It sisters litIII wonderful and will not Injure you or child I also find this Tonic good for gas on the itomao and Indigestion one or two doses will relief that distressed soling at once from 1 to S headacheI1 oflitehot disappoint you MRS J W WESTCOTT NewHexpalItatlonufPastoiKCoenlgsBook on Nor FREEAValuoblo audaSampl address Poor pa treePreparedPoriWayneKOENIG MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street told by Druggists at 1 per Bottls 6 for tfUrge 5lz 11761 6 Bottles for SUo RECENT DEATHS Frank L Fach died at his home 613 East Walnut street early Mon day morning He had been suffering from dropsy and heart trouble for years aild his death was not unex pected The deceased was born in Louisville fortyfour years ago and had lived In this city all his life Two brothers Fred and John and four sisters Misses Maggie Elizabeth Mary and Agnes Fach survive him The funeral took place from St Bonifaces church on Wednesday morning and the large attendance Indicated the esteem in which he was held Mourned by many warm friends was Emile Banet whose funeral ook place Iron the Church of the Sacred Heart on last Saturday morn- Ing Mr Banet died at his home 512 South Twentieth street on Thurfiday evening of last week He lad been suffering from spinal rouble for six months For years 10 had been steward at the Pen Tennis Club and was regarded as a culinary expert Mr Banet was a dievout Catholic His wife and three ihildren Mary Agnes Joseph and Thomas survive him UNITED IRISH DAY All the Irish societies of Hamtl on county Ohio and Campbell and Kenton counties Kentucky will par Iclpate In a picnic at Chester Park Cincinnati tomorrow Field games lave been arranged and Irish pipers will play Gaelic airs The Hibernian titles will give an exhibition drill and delegations are expected from ayton Springfield and other towns In Ohio miHANS OUTING SUCCESSFUL The annual outing for the benefit f St Josephs Orphan Asylum was old on the asylum grounds last Vednesday afternoon and evening The attendance wag largerl than usual and the mot sanguine expectations if the Trustee were exceeded The irppoMd hospital can now be coin listed and properly equipped x u MUCH ENJOYED Annual Reunion of Knight of Columbus Well Attended The annual outing given by tho local council of Knights of Columbus for members and their families was held at Fern Grove last Tuesday oer 700 people making the trip which was much enjoyed by everyone present Col Tom Evans was In charge of the grounds and saw to It that everyone was kept entertained the games for which he was sponsor making d hit with the crowd The events were as follows Boys race girls race egg race and potato race for ladles sack race and the star event of all the fat mens race which proved a corker The entries were John Mulloy Dan Kane Harr Nehan Leo Yates R Edelen and J B Alberts The race resulted in ia dead heat between Dan Kane and Harry Nehan the Judges John J orderIngthemhimself a winner by a narrow margin The ball game between the Third Degree and Fourth Degree team was Interesting although being an easy victory for the former by ia score of fourteen to six under tho leadership of Capt John J Barry Capt Al Smith leading the defeatet team The feature of the game was the batting of Gleeson for the ThIrd Degrees while the fielding and batting of AI Smith tor the Fourth Do grees was a revelation to the rooters AI handling himself at short stop like a veteran The game was made very realistic at the close by the attempt of the crowd to mob Umpire Andy Kast who made a thrilling escape under a shower oC pop bottles etc The Entertainment Committee served refreshments tree and engaged the merrygoround tor the children during the entlre day WANT CARRIERS Organized Effort to Brin the National Meeting Here Louisville wants the biennial con v ntion of the National Letter Car tiers in 1911 and an organized tt tort Is being made to secure it This year it will meet in St Paul Wis en August 30 and Falls City branch No 14 of Loulavllle was the first to call attention to tho desirability o t bringing the national body here ext year Falls City branch has elected the following local letter carriers to represent a In the forthcoming deliberations at St Paul and also to urge bringing the national conven tion to Louisville two years hence Louis W Borntracger Carl Settle mayer Edward B Robuck Josepl Ascherman Daniel W Cunlff Charles W Huber and John S Emmons The Louisville Commercial Clul not only Indorses the efforts of the carriers but has appointed the fol lowing committee to aid tho delegate In their work Postmaster Robert E Woods Col Jacob H Haager J W I Brown A Engelhard Jr Fulton Gordon Len G Herndon J B Judah and H J Wanner This committee met and organized by electing Robert E Woods Chairman and Len G Horndon Secretary A definite line of action was mapped out and the entire committee will invade St Paul to fight for Louisville in 1911 The National Association of Letter Carriers will bring between 2000 and 3000 members with their ladles tc any city In which they meet and as the carriers como in contact with all classes of people the national conven tion is considered a good advertisement for any cit- yPASSIOMST PHIEST Fell Victim to the Dread Tuberculosis In This City The Rev Father Richard Barrett C P one of the best known Passionists at the Sacred Heart Retreat died there at 615 oclock last Sunday evening Father Richard caught cold during the Christmas holidays Pleurisy and later tuberculosis developed For several weeks little hope for his recovery had been entertained and his death was by no means unexpected The solemn requiem mass was celebrated in the Sacred Heart Retreat chapel on the Newburg roadon Tuesday morning The remains were interred on the Passionists grounds Father Richard was born in Ire land fortyfiVe years ago and entered the Passion1st order when quite a youth He was the first member of the Passlonist community to conduct nonCatholic missions in the United States Later Father XavIer Sutton 0 P took up the work and was sociated with Father Richard Tor the past six months Father Richard was Incapacitated for missionary work He was a man of fine character and profound religious zeal JEFF WON In a debate between Daniel Walsh Jr and John Sweeney representing the Now Albany High School and James Sweeney and Russel Kehoe representing the Jeffersonvllle High School at Qlenwood Park last Saturday the Judges decided in favor of tho Jeffersonvlllo team The subject of debate was Resolved That large rusts and combinations of capital ntpnded to monopolize trade should be arguedellot the Jeffersonvllle youths who handled the affirmative side EUCHRE AND SOCIAL Miss Marla lerimee will entertain Ion the beautiful lawn In front of her eildence 241 Haldeman avenue on text Tuesday afternoon and even- Ing Miss iMerimee and her friends have made elaborate preparations to carafor a large crowd Euchre and Ice cream will be the special features All who attend are promised a good ime In advance The funds accru ng will be devoted tda lImIt worthy urJ iq i COLUMBIAN 1 COLLEGE FOR BOYS OF GOOD CHARACTER Courses = Preparatory 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