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KENTUcKY IRISH AMERIcAN VOLUME XXIIINO S LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 21 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS I1 EVERY Province in lie Eniernld Isle Is to Be Itcprcsontcd at Picnic t Joint Outing Will Bring Grand Gathering of Irish Together Abler Ladles and Gentlemen at Head of Each of the Committees COUNTRY STORE A FEATURE I If you see time smiling face of At torney Patrick T Sullivan these days and hear him humming to himself you may know he is felicitating him self on tho prospects for the success of the Joint picnic to be given under the auspices of Division 3 of which ho is President and the Ladies Aux iliary of the A 0 H This is what he hums Bless the good fortune that brings- us together Big men and little men short men and tall Some from the seaside and some from the heather Townsmen and countrymen Irishmen all Ulstermen Munstermen Connacht men Lelnstermen Faithful to Erin we answer her cal1- Ulstermen Munstermen Connacht men Lelnstermen Truehearted Irishmen Irishmen all Warm Is our love for the island that bore us Cool it will never whatever be fill Ready are we as our fathers before us To strive for her glorywere Irishmen all Genial and gallant menfearless and valiant men Faithful to Erin we answer her + call Oenlal and gallant men fearless and valiant men- Truehearted IrishmenIrishmen all Pat Sullivans heart is set on the success of that picnic but there are r others Just as much Interested and the spirit of his song is breathed by all the members of tho two organiza tions that have planned the picnic The Executive Committee is made up of Mrs Rosa Ansback Mrs Dan J Dougherty Miss Mary Corcoran and Messrs Tom Stevens and D J Coleman For a month past the Ex ecutive Committee has met at least 1 1once a week and as more frequently as was deemed necessary Next Tuesday Is the day and Phoenix Hill Park is the place Prof Dennis Collins orchestra of eight pieces will furnish the music and plenty of it Miss Fannie Kennedy is Chairman of the committee in charge of the euchre Miss Nellie Downey will preside over the refresh ment booth and the country store which will be something novel at a local Irish picnic will have Miss Elizabeth King as its presiding genius Dancing and music havo been left to the tender mercy of Miss Rose Sweeney and Martin Sheehan is to superintend the athletic games Tom Dolan of Division 1 will assist in supervising the tug of war and athletic diversions and William J Connelly and William P McDonogh are to be tho chief spellbinders at the country store State President George J Butler County President P J Welsh and all of the other State and County officers will be in attendance Tho dancing floor will be in charge of Attorney Edward Mackey Dominic ODonnell James Stevens William J Leonard John Karman John Riley Tom Stevens Martin Sheehan and John Jlesslon IRISH SERVICES Conducted In Historic andL Ancient Church of Cologne Tho Catholics of Ireland were duly represented at the recent Eucharistic Congress in the great city of Cologne Germany More than that a spelcal Irish service was hold and an Irish sermon preached in the historic church of St Martin That venerable Abbey was founded by Talamhauch an Irish monk In 690 A D In 975 A D when it became a Benedictine foundation the first Abbot of its new rule was another fIonof Erin Mimborlnus At least one Irish saint figures in church history as one of its inmates He was St Hellas a native of tho County Monaghan Many Irish pilgrims passed through the abbey attn one IrJsh King Bran of Leinster died there In 1052 It was St Hellas who introduced the Roman plain chant into Germany and Berno of Relchenan who wrote tthe earliest manuscripts on the laws of symphony and tone dedicated this most important work to the Irish t saints h MERITED PROMOTION JDfrclorsot the LouIsville Na tienal Banking Company met Tuev day and elected Capt John It Leath len Pteddegt ofthat I titutiott Capt Leetfaerg ia recognized aa one ot the eMert financier ia the city and has twtti with the bank for r1wenWd note pMt Hen C i t LOUISVILLE LETTER CARRIERS AFTER NEXT NATIONAL CONVENTION li gJ W BOKNTRAEGER D W CUNIFF J S EMMONS E B ROBUCK C W Ill UEHI lMtiyiyiGSX yttBSQXKKKll a l y8ff88 oo Q Weaver Jr was elected Cashier to succeed Capt Leathers Mr Weaver has been connected with the bank for twenty years and worked his way up from the bottom of the lad der For several years he has been Assistant Cashier and his promotion is a merited one Both new officers of the bank arc gentlemen of the highest integrity and always have the best interests of Louisville at heart AN AMERICAN Y1EW How Writer In Virginia Paper Sizes Up Ire land Thinking people should give some special thought to Ireland in many respects the most remarkable coun try on earth say the Leader of Richmond Va Nowhere in history is there record of a territory so small and a people so few giving the world so much No other nation has Its blood so widely diffused among the strong peoples of the earth adding strength energy and dash to tho best of them No other people has sent Its blood to be shed on so many bat tlefields and In so many causes and so invariably far to the front It is dne of the familiar but pathetic humors of history that the Irish have done more for almost every land on the globe than for Ireland and there is much truth in that famous and somewhat tattering sneer that the Irish rule all countries but IrelandIThey have contributed to every department of human endeavor In this republic Irish names and Irish stock are everywhere active in the doing of things from the digging of ditches to the leadership of armies and the creation and conduct of great enterprises A very large majority of the citizens of these United States have more or less Irish blood in their veins and consequently sympathy with and affection for IrelandAside from that all the people must recognize the debt they owe to Irishmen for achievement in war for brilliancy in statesmanship for poetry literature art science and commercial and industrial triumphs When we recall that the island is about threefourths the size of the State of Virginia and at its most populous period never had more than eight uilllons people we must be astonished at the influence it has had in the world and at its rich contribu tions to the roll of heroes and the greatness of mankin- dREALTIIY SIGN When Members MakeGood- Suggestions for Campaign Division 1 A O H held an excellent meeting Tuesday night and every minute of the session was full of interest President Thomas Keenan opened the meeting with prayer William Kilkelly who has been seriously ill was reported im A communication was received from Mrs John Shaughnessy returning thanks io members of the division for their kindness to her late husband during illness and for the checlc sent her at his death The communication was received and filedThomas Dolan Martin Cusick James Barry Thomas Walsh and James Kilkolly made interesting talks on the spirit of Hibcrnianism and each offered valuable sug gestions for a fall campaign to in crease the membership of Division 1 An invitation to attend the annual outing of the Catholic Knights of America was accepted Joseph E Farrell read a chapter of Irish his tory before the meeting closed ENJOYING GOOD HEALTH Rev Brother Richard of St Xaviers College Louisville and Rev Brother Norbert of St Josephs College Baltimore who are spend- Ing the summer In Europe recently surprised the venerable and Very Rev Father flax and Ms niece Miss Dymphna Veeneman who are sojourning at r11lburgHellant Hol Jland Brother Norbert formerly taught at St Johns school In this city and both Xavcriana are well known id rather Bax They were the first Kentuckians Father flax laid Miss Dymphna had seen since tliteft XouiajUle last falL Both are toying good health and node manyNnquiriea about old friend in Low le HUSTLERS Will Try to Laud Letter Car riers Convention For Louisville Commercial Club Will Send I Representatives to v Boost Mall Men Will Gather From Every State in Union GREAT THINGS FOR THE CITY Louisville letter carriers are much bythomerchants in aiding them to lay plans to capture the national con vention of carriers in 1911 It means that if tho local delegates are suc cessful in landing the convention more than 1000 mall carriers from every State in the Union and from every large city will come to Louis ville two years hence and the ma jority of the delegates usually take gatl1erlngsPostmaster accompanythethe next convention The approaching meting of the national body will assemble in St Paul Minn from Monday August 30 to Saturday September 4 Tha delegates from Palls City Branch IlorntraegerCnrlJoseph Ascherman Daniel W Cunlff Charles W Huber and John S Em mons Each and everyone of them are good mixers good talkers and hard workers They expect to stay up late and early until they hav secured the national gathering for 1911 They wiir rest after they re turn to Louisville Many of the leading merchants have donated merchandise or its equivalent to the local delegation and if the convention goes else where it will not be the fault of time Louisville carriers- It will ho a merry party that will leave Louisville for St Paul next Saturday morning It will include Messrs and Mesdames Edward B Robuck D W Cunlff C W Huber and Louis W Borntraeger wife and family Mr and Mrs J S Emmons and daughters went to St Paul Mon day night Mr Emmons is a mem ber of the Committee on Laws one of the most important committees in the organization and has gone ahead to help formulate the report to be made to the convention Postmaster Robert E Woods Col Jacob II Hanger JW Brown A Engelhard Jr Fulton Gordon J W Wanner J B Judah and Len UJ Herndon representing the Louisville Commercial Club will follow several after the carrier delegates and will aid in booming Louisville Letter carriers are a high type of Uncle Sams employes They are polite careful intelligent and hard working If tho nationalconvention comes to Louisville in 1011 the visit ors will be given atastqof real Ken tucky hospitality and can go back to their respective homes whether in Maine or Oregon St Paul or New Orleans and advertise what manner of town Louisville Is and what her merchants and manufacturers have tosellLetter carriers meet and talk to many people in their dally rounds and every carrier delegate well treated here will go back home a walking advertisement for Louis vide VANDALS ROB CHURCH According to advjces received from Vienna thousands of dollars worth of silver and gold sacramental cups and crucifixes many of them fine examples of medieval work and some Jeweled have been stbjen from the ancient Cathedral of Capo dlstria which is famous for the rich contents of Its treasury During the night the robbers who are supposed to have concealed themselves in the church during the day and allowed theniie vetob locked in broke Into the aorl1t7andforced an old Iron chest which contained the valuables Thy also took from the tabernacle atopy the chief altar the monstrance or crucifix a fine piece of Jeweled work of jthe fifteenth century which is alone worth 10000 They then opened one of the church doors and escaped without leaving any chewII I RECOGNIZED WORTH it I President Mahan Pays High Tribute to Mackin Council I Supreme President Mnhau of the Y has appointed James T representthenual convention of time National Catholic Young Mens Union which will meet in Boston next month It is the highest honor that could conic to a member of the order and the recognItionMi Shelley was the first President of Mackin Council which in its six onlybecomeKiicessful of any council of the or der It owns Its own home and Is continually improving it and adding to its equipment JjMr Shelley has always maintained an active interest in the work of juncjdn Council nUll is thoroughly in touch with Y M r affairs J It has beenJhcBiro of both the I andNCTYTM If for severalyyears to unite the two organ izations into one grand coast to coast organization Both are work- Ing for the good of the young Catholic men and all their aims trend in the same direction It will devolve on Mr Shelley to further negotiations looking to the coalition of the tow organizations He in a natural diplomat but can be firm when necessary In the the negotia tions are successful the Y M I con depend on Mr Shelley to protect its interests CONSISTORY Is Promised By November Says Roman Rumors A cablegram from tome to the New York Herald says Pope Pius X has decided at last to hold a con sistory in November for tilt creation of Cardinals Thus n consistory will be held after two years the longest interval in modern times between two consistories No information is yet forthcoming as to tjie Cardinals to be created beyond the fact that they will be unusually numerous Since the last consistory nine have died and time Sacred College instead of comprising the full number of seventy noW is reduced In member ship to fiftythree One new appointment certain at present is that of Monsignor Blflleti the Popes mnjordomo who has occupied this position more than five years Father this week begun his seventh year in the Pontificate Taking a comparative rest from the ilaily routine of receptions Cardinal Merry del Val left the Vatican for the villa of Colonel Blumenstil one of the survivors of the Papal Zouaves The villa is only twenty minutes drive from St Peters but it is a few hundred feet higher than the city and commands n view of the sen The Cardinal will remain there until the end of September return Ing to the Vatican once n week for the transaction of business ASKS A CHANGE The Catholics of Loveland Cal are rejoicing over the approaching advent ofa resident priest and a well authenticated rumor has it that the Rev Father William J Howlett is to be the clergyman For some time past Father Hewlett has been pastor of SU Ignatius church at Pueblo but on account of the increasing demand for his literary works be has asked the Right Rev Bishop Matz to transfer him to a parish where his sacerdotal duties will be less onerous Father Howlett was at one time a resident of Ken tucky and Isa close personal friend of many priests in the diocese of Louisville AOlRmcnmTUQAY Mine Ethel Barrymbre the talented actreee who recently became Mrs Rue1lCo1tWltlftr pars old last Sunday hIatIoflIhU adelphia and a member of a family of Catholic acton Her education wu received In a Catholic convent 4 u FUTON inventor of Steamboat Born in Umpire State of Irish Parents I Offered Ills Invention and Sell to Fight For Irelands Freedom New York Irishmen Preparing to Assist in a Mammoth Celebration BIG BENEFACTOR TO COMMERCE The Irish people residing in New York State will have a large part In the HudsonFulton celebration in New York City from September 25 to October 2 Some time ago the New York Sun declared a fact not generally known and that was that Rob ert Fulton the Inventor of the steam boat was born of Irish parents at Little Falls New York in 17CG Be sides being an inventor he was an artist and patriot Writing to Lord Greenville he said Were you to grant me an annuity of 100000 I would sacrifice all to the safety and independence of my country Tho British Government had sought to bribe him to suppress his Inventions so that tho United States could not utilize them The Irish Americans will one day erect a monument to his memory in the national capitalFultons closest friends were Thomas Addis Emmet and Dr Mac nevon both Irish exiles Emmet was his legal adviser and the latter as sisted him with his scientific knowledge Fulton placed his Inventions at the service of the Irish patriots and volunteered his personal services for another fight for Irish in dependence and that is why New York Irishmen are uniting now to honor his memory At the invitation of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick all the Irish so cieties of New York have united In the movement and under the Chair manship of William Temple Emmet tho work of preparation has been pushed forward with remarkable energy The first event of Importance dur ing the celebration will take place in Carnegie halt on Sunday evening September 26 when masterpieces of Irish music and song will be rendered both In English and Gaelic and old Irish dances will be performed before a cosmopolitan audience On Tuesday September 28 there will be a mammoth parade and the IrishAmericans are objecting because they will not be allowed to present more than 10000 men Tho Irish Volunteers will hayo the right of the line and the Friendly Sons of St Patrick the Ancient Order 06 Hibernians and other organizations will march In the order of the dates of their respective original organiza tion Many floats will display the part the Irish people displayed in the upbuilding of tho Empire State Fultons invention of the steam boat was a great benefit to American commerce and he won the encom lunsof tho skeptics who had previously derided him and his strange looking craft the Clermont which made its Initial trip from New York to Albany in August 1810 Tho Clermont was 150 feet long and eigh teen feet wide The engine was of English manufacture Plume fagots were used as fuel Henry Hudson who ll to be Jointly honored with Fulton was an English sailor who was In thepay of the Gov ernment of Holland when ho explored the Hudson river in his sailboat the Half Moon But the Irish of New York will not let the English nor the Dutch beat then in assisting In the dual celebration DON XAVERIAX 1LUJIT Out ot twelve young men who are preparing to become members of the Xaverian Brotherhood and who re StsJosephstcQlsVllleT1tRoffered up the holy iacrica of the amass and invested th ovlceawltb boysthuswill be known In religion as Brother Ambrose Edwin Cocke as Brother Edwin Ambrose Clarke as Brother Silverius Philip Thompson as Brother Philibert Simon Worland Brother Bertram Bertram Ritter as Brother Dominic and Andrew Ferry as Brother Stephen They will spend another year in the novitiate before they begin teaching ABLE AND EARNEST Is New Head of Great and Growing Body theKnightsAFlaherty paper man Moreover he is the ed itor of La Verlta and American QuakerCityIn the Interest of Italians in America DeputySupremenational convention was raised to the KnightOn Mobile last week he was met by his fellow Knights of Philadelphia and tendered a most cordial welcome home Mr Flaherty is in his fiftieth year and has been showing an active interest in Catholic affairs all his life Foi seven years he was President of the Catholic Young Mens Archdlocesan Union of Philadelphia Later ho har KnightStateFourth degree in his State After that ho became a member of the DeputySupremeKnight Flahertyhassellor for the American Society for Visiting Catholic Prisoners lIe also organizations sisters who are nun- sSTRICKEN FAMILY Mourns the Loss of Aged Irish Catholic Lady It is with feeling of deepest re gret that we chronicle time death of Mrs Elizabeth Kirley one of the oldest and most highly esteeind cityShe idence 1627 West Chestnut street Sunday afternoon Mrs Kirley had been suffering from a complication of ailments for several months yet uncomplainIng mother Her husband Patrick Kir ley the well known blacksmith and wagon manufacturer two sons William and John Kirby a member of the No4 Engio Company and laughIThe deceased was a pioneer mem ber of Sacred Heart parish and from that church her funeral took place on Tuesday morning The large attendance was proof of the high esteem In which Mrs Kirley was lucid Born in Ireland seventy years ago she had snent half a cen turv in Louisville Kind charitable a dutiful wife and an affectionate mother Mrs Kirley was one of those Christian women that make the world better for having lived in it GIFT TO NATION On August 24 the patrons of the Cliff Haven Catholic Summer School will present to the nation a heroic statue of Commodore Macdonough It is now being erected In Mac donough National Park on the shore of Lake Champlain The presenta tion speech will be made by Rodney Macdonough the great grandson of the Commodore Major Gen Leonard Wood will accept the monument on behalf of the Government SUPERB RESU1T Final figures on the Catholic char ity bazaar held in Boston last November have just been made pub lie The superb total of 8630776 was left after paying all expenses The won v has been divided among a scare qfiJBeceean charities 50000 mortg golBg Bie Working Boa lions to CAMPAIGN Is Ou in Knrnast mid All Is Working Favorably for Democrats Big Jencrsonlnn Barbecue Will Do Much to Encourage Workers llcpiiblicnns Depend On Negro Vote to Carry ThenI Through WHAT ARE THE POLICE DOING l terrorforwho are striving to elect Hon W O backhimclean cut Democrats for every office electionThusquietly Every night has had its precinct and ward meetings and the organization is rapidly working into a perfect whole it is the most com effected oughness will be shown both In the registration and at the polls number makes his tufyearanco and at a Joint meeifig of the Eighth and Ninth ward Deomcratlc clubs Thursday night he made an address that evoked great enthusiasm The first big guns of time campaign September bigJeffersonlanFair grounds The ablest orators In andItcrats will attend and by word and example encourage the local workers RepublicanismlicanismWhile preparing for the barbecue the Democratic City and County Committee is not unmindful of the fact that negroes are pouring into the city One locomotive engineer hauled three passenger coaches filled with negroes into ix lusvllle last week The train was stopped outside the city limits and the negroes were marched to a camp in the western uburbs and from thero scattered over the city by twos and threes Thoy expect to be voters in November but the Democratic workers will see that only those entitled to the franchise cast their votes in November- In an effort to keep the people from remembering Foster and his JJrutal assaults on respectable citizens and to keep them from talking of other Republican rascality the Louisville Evening Post is making an awful fuss about Orville Stivers and the Jeopard Surely that does not display any more Ignorance than tho Post writer who told about Robert Emmet coming to New York and opening a law office After the barbecue things will warm up In earnest and Democrats from every walk In life will take tho stump In the interest of W O Head and the rest of the ticket Tho peo ple want good government and an improved police force Recently both the Post and the Herald had editorial notices boosting the splendid work of the LolUsvllle police force As a matter of fact tho police force is by no means as efficient as It was two years ago when it had considerably loss men Within tho past six months there have been seventyfive robberies on West Broadway and less than 20 per cent of them ever found their way into print and the authorities have been so mortified and chagrined that less than halt of these robberies were reported In the police bulletin Why All these robberies Is it because the police are too busy taking a poll of the voters on their respective beats Another menace to our fair city is the influx of negroes mentioned before So rap idly are they coming in that there is not room Enough for them In the negro sections and now they are In vading white neighborhoods This means a decrease in the value of real estate wherever they land Yet tho Republican machine knows It can not eelct Mayor Grinstead with white votes alone They expect to hold the negro vots as a balance of power The main fight for Democrats Is to prevent tho negroes from illegably reg istering and voting- CELEBRATED SILVER WEDDING Mr and Mrs John F Chester cele brated the twentyfifth anniversary of their wedding at their home 188 Pope street Thursday and from early morning until late itnight the residence was filled with friends who called to wish them many happy returns of the day Many handsome presents were received arid all the guests wero royally enter tained Dr Vincent Fallsl of Little Rock who is here to visit hiss par ents remained to arrange the musical programme for the silver wedding Vocal and instrumental music was rendered without stint during the afternoon and evening dnot a guest departed without expressing the hope that Mr and Mrs Chester would live to celebrate their golden wedding in the same happy mannerV CLEARED NICE SUM11 J Returns of the recent Irish picnic retItCongressmanwas the principal orator of the day Athletic games were features of the dayr A iJ w V on KENTUOKY IRISHAJMERICAN f KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN Devoted to t- Officially he Social and Moral Advancememen of Irish Americans 8d Calholcs Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knlghtsof America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 entered tl the LouUvtlle Poitoltlcc ee SecondClaef letter Addreu all CoemdalcitloDi to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West ireei St I UNION TRAOEs UNtAeet LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 2l 1909 TK DKlM Custom bus mnde It u rule for the people of the United States to devote one tiny the last Thursday iu November to thanksgiving Tlnlnk giving tiny it is called and the early fathers of this republic were to a certain tjxtent a religious people True enough they burned witches ducked scolds anil scandal mongers anti enacted blue laws but they had the spirit of religion Tliniiksglvhi 4 day is Htlll with ustime tiny is but little of the spirit of the early days of the republic is left Shops and factories are closed the festive turkey is roasted and the festive pumpkin pie is finked and that 1 Is allIt remains for the Catholics ofi America to bring back the trite religious spirit of the thanksgiving to offer their hearts tthelr prayers their worldly goods their lives If necessary In thanksgiving to QUI Fattier in heaven For almost two years the country has been beset by a panic that was a scourge It disrupted homes separated husband and wife parents and children stopped the wheels of progress and turned a land of joy into o vale of woe Let us not walt for grim anti bleak November to give our thanks The dawn of prosperity has already broken Let us be up and return thanks now in the full tide of harvest for the blessings we are about to receive Catholics say grace before meals as well as after And why should not all Americans join with their Catholic brethren In returning thanks No epidemic of disease exists in these United States We are at pence with all nations Throughout our vast domain our people orb in the midst of harvests that excel an records in the history of man While the fertile fields of the Middle West are furnishing bumper crops of morn wheat rye and oats the sunny South is yielding her treasures of snowy fiber to clothe alike the rich and poor The Wet ttl1I plains are filled with sleek cattle and every mountain and hillside is covered with sheep that will yield wool enough to clothe every man woman and child In the United States The fruit and melon crop the truck farms and every crop that grows will be enormous this year Many more freight cars arc needed This means more iron more locomotives greater electric power an increased demand for coal It also means that there is no room in the United States for idlers Neither isi there any disposition on the part of our people to shirk Americans as arule ate alert active energetic Laziness is the exception rather than the rule and for that we have rtn additional reason to give thanks Our republic Is only in its adolescent state and yet it is the marvel of the age If it con tinues as it has begun if its people continue to work for God anti coun try the United States will lead the world for centuries to come UNJUST INSINUATION On Friday of last week the Louis ville Evening Times said The St Joseph Infirmary property on Fourth avenue between Chestnut street and Broadway Is not for sale It cost a Loulsvile real estate dealer a tidy sum of money to ascertain the fact but he finally received a positive reply from the Mother Superior ofII the orders that owns and controls the property I What manner of insinuation Is thin How did it cost a real estate dealer anything to find out that the property was not for sale A month ago the Times said It was rumored that the property was about to be sold and that the infirmary would bit removed to a more suitable loca tion That same afternoon the Kentucky Irish American asked the Iother Superior how much truth there was In the rumor Her reply came emphatically and unhesitatingly to the effect that the Sisters of Charity were Very yell satisfied Where they were and that the property was not for sale The statement of the Mother Superior was published nth Kentucky Irish American and there is ho occasion for any real estate dealer or any newspaper to Insinuate a case of broken faith i MAYBK MAYOlfS JOKE Frankfort papers are authbrity for tle statement 1J1at Mayor Hume acilnltl4ertireq t from Adjutant Generall P P Johnston hjw issued Prtsweepingpolice to wnwt alt Idte maa jn the j city and tfcrt he will iee Uflt that i p are put to work extaaah wter I I I mains and electric light wires to the I proposed camp for the First Reg mint of Kentucky If it Is R8 bad as that why not arrest the loafers in the Capital city all the time The people consider the lIre snt First I Regiment a huge Joke anyhow Time was when Louisville was proud of her soldier boys aud bulldeI for them a mammoth handsome and costly armory but things have sadly changed A little brief authority has made a military martinet out of what history and tradition declares wasI once a valiant wearer of the and incidentally has resulted in the rapid disintegration of the once famous First Regiment There 1 la little likelihood that the Louisville soldier boys will need much ground- at the forthcoming encampment SIIKKIKF USING NKGKOKS rA few days ago the Associated Press dispatches in dealing with the strike of the employes of the Pressed Steel Car Company at McKee Rocks Pennsylvania Said Sheriff Gumbert today resumed the eviction of the strikers families lie is being aided by twentyfive negroes hired by the rental agency for the companyIn words the captains of Industry behind the car company pro pose to win the strike through an appeal to race hatred They want to set the negro against the foreign and native white strlkors It Is time that the people of Pennsylvania were calling a halt on the oppression practiced by the car company Cer talnly there are enough properly disposed Ipeople In the great State of Pennsylvania to put n stop to this atrocious work- IIIIOAIMINIED JKIOIANS Emperor William and tho Govern ment of Germany were represented at the recent Eucharistic Congress held at Cologne On the day of the great procession of the Blessed Sacrament through the streets of the marvellous city the military lined the route of the procession and presented arms as the cortege passed through This is In direct and pleasing con tract to the conduct of the King of England and his Puritanical Govern ment In London last year WORD TO TJIK WISEI Now Is the time to Select a Catholic educational Institution for your boys and girls Do not neglect the matter There is no time like the present and rest assured you will not regret- It if you select an academy school or college that advertises in the columns- of the Kentucky Irish American These institutions otter superior advantages and are not afraid to let the Public know about them Women In the garb of nuns are collecting money under false pretenses In several Western cities It IsltIKentucky Be certain that you are I giving your charity to persons properly accredited SISTER ALEXIA THAXSKKIIUHI cl1dcIUYw11uf Sister Alexia who after four years in Louisville has been selected to be Mother Superior of St Helmets Convent at Lowell Muss largestEastern stranierthereyearstherelleawe elltuclyhUllleobey the call gf religious duty She Isn daughter of Mr and Mrs Tim othy OSulllvan of Seventh and St Catherine streets Mr Sullivan hllRI another daughter Sister Dolorita now in Western Illinois wlio is nlHOI a member of the Dominican order Sister Frances Mother Superior of St Francis de Sales Convent at hariestown Mnsfl and who hnltI been recuperating her health at St atlierlnea Academy accompanied Sister Alexia on her Journey to New England jinoTJiim cASiMius UBTUUN I The Rev Brother Caslmer of the syrerlan Brotherhood has returned toi the East after a brief visit to his mother Mrs Mary Wbrland 1024 Ruler avenue and to his brothers I and sisters It was his second visit home In fifteen years For several years past he has been engaged In teaching In the Xaverlan College In 1 East Boston Mass He went to Baltimore last week to be present c when his younger brother Simon Worland was Invested with the habit J of tle order at SU Josephs College TOimiXa IRELAND Judge and IsM ODoherty are evidently seeing all that istitter- eating l 1 la Ireland According to the- Derry Standard the Louiwglllejdrlat- 4ud tilg estimable wife UyvItied that far northern co fe of tMI a rmW Jcte TMr wlll boas utU tirly Is t I 7 awlr Iw 9s wmwl sy6 ei iw9 l SOQ1ETYI r tj Miss Llllle Kearns of ssClifton is I visiting friends itt New haven j Miss Minnie Kearns IHas returned I from a six weeks vl itto Chicago Miss Ella Mannix is home after n two weeks vacation spent at White lIlIsIMrs J 1C Leahy of Crescent lIil1 is spending a month in various l1eh ligan lake resorts Misses Alice Belle Cullen and Nellie A Brown are visiting friends at Englewood 111 Dr and Mrs T M Keaney are spending month lit Sweet Sulphur Springs Velpen End Alvesta Loretta Ilnl1Dewc Mooneyof Portland are visiting relatives in Meade county Miss Katherine MooneyOf 1or land is home from a three leeks visit to Blue Pock Springs Misses Jennie Kearns and Sophll1 Murphy who have been visiting iIn Corbin have returned home Miss Mary Glenn of St Louis Is visiting Mrs Ellen LyonsJ and Mrs J W Oulllon oi South Louisville 111111CatherInebrief vacation nt Martinsville Tml Mrs Henry Sullivan of South Louisville has returned from Mur fordville where she visited relatives ledge T TI ONeal Mrs ONen and 7 T ONeal Tr have gone to Michigan to remain until September Mr and Mrs Bernard M MnDcvlf and son Robert Thomas are spend ing the heated term at Saratoga SpringsMiss Mayme A Hartlgan is visitlni her sister Mrs G R Holt niul brother T W Hnrtlgan nt Somerset Ky Miss Margie Rellhan will leave Monday for White Mills where she will remain about ten days on her vacationGeorge A Borntrneger of the L and N Car Accountants office liui returned from a three weeks trip to Texas Misses Margaret Klynn Ida aiu Susie Arnold ulid Augusta Ilebi have returned from a delightful visit to Smithfield Misses Elizabeth Feline am Florence Bauer of St Matthfcws have gone to Anbury 1ark N J to spend a month Messrs G 11 ICustes W M Kaiser mad Louis Green nil of llii hlan i Park are spending ten days in Chicago and St Joe lIch Miss Catherine Carr of 2V2 rif fiihs Avenue is in Oweusboro the guest of Miss OBivau daiightei of Hon W M OEryan- Mlsi n Alice Hickey her niece iliss Blanche Cunningham nnd Mis Florence Bell have returned front u- IvisitI to West Baden Springs Misses Mary mid those Hnnnfee daughters of Mr and Mrs Wlllinu fnnafee of New Albanyare visiting friends at Princeton lad Mrs John Welshof 2429 West Broadway and her niece Miss Elizabeth Conley are visiting Mrs Martin Murphy of Cincinnati Miss Mary Sweeney who was the guest of Miss Nan Dehoney of ebatioii lust week wall the reiip lent of many social attentions Miss Eunice Strain of Vevay Ind arrived Thursday to spend two weeks as the guest of Mrs Thomas W larpey of West Chestnut street Mrs Nellie taunt mad sun Williiini hate returned from a brief visit to Lexington where they were time guests of Mrs Mitry IK Keatingl Mrs Delia Burke of Highland I4trk cud little graudsojii C f- Jr Moss are visiting Mrs BurkeVdaugli ter Mrs Chris Sclmefer of Clinpee Mrs Charles L Hulbiuh and little son will return to their hone 2107 oiling avenue today after a two weeks visit to Beater Horboi Midi Michael Finegan of South Sixth street who has been seriously 111 for several weeks Is now convalescent toi tho great relief of his family and friends Miss Mamie Hennessy of 737 East Chestnut street returned yesterday from Mooresvillov Ind where slue- had been the guest of Mr and Mrs p Rappe Mr und Mrs Fred Struck and eliiitlren left Thursday for n two lticeke visit to Philndelpliia Atlantic City New York Baltimore iim ushlngton Hisses Aileen Mnun and Mary di- Gill of Bardstown and Misses Alma Parsons amid Gertrude Dowling oJI Louisville have gone to Niagara Falls for a yrief visit Mrs John F Oertel and children and Airs William Rueff were mem- bels of a party this week that made the round trip to Evansvllle and return on the steamer Tnrascon Misses AHIe Cullen and Nell Brown ire in Chicago the guests of Miss Culleussister Mrs M C IlackfStt They expect to visit several North am lake resorts before returning tome Misses Trent and Dolly Sullivan of Clifton hate returned jhom from H pleasant visit io Toledo They trite companted by Miss Grace yisher- who will be 4hclr guest for several weeksColToliii I It rnrpliy and Benian A Coll well known oltizen of Tef fersonvllet have been Appndiinjf se- eral v daya nt pnipntQWn TCjruthe rae1t of Mrand ltrs fiiarl i A TIOowni i qty 1d Weet Madison street and her sister 159 Theresa Kchoe have gone to for N1ngarfallsa r six Weeks Mrs Peter Jennings of Lake Cormorant Miss who has been vlsltin her father Michael Finegan o South Sixth street for severs t weeks will return to her home 1In the South today Miss Mettle Williams and Thorn W Beard were quietly married In St Louts Bertramls convent parlor las Saturday afternoon Ortlytie in mediate relatives of the contractir parties were present John V McDermott was busy this week perusing the Litany of Saints but only trying to find a suitable name for a new Miss McDermott that arrived at his home 1427 Sixth street last Monday night llev1 S Kearns S1 arrived here from Nubile Tuesday to speid u few weeks with his parents M11 and Mrs J 11 Kearns Saute Loui ville before going to St Louis Ito pursue his theological studies Hon and Mrs7 Ben Johnson u r Bardstown loire announced the liI gagement of their daughter Iha Rebecca Cox Johnson to Joni Daniel Talbott Both young peopl are members of old Catholic fmnillia in Nelson county Misses Genevieve Murphy and Annie Cole of Teffersonvllle llft Thursdaj in Company with Mr and Mrs John Hurle and Mrs Ivan Tohn son of New Albany for n three weeks visit to Atlantic City New York and other interesting points ini the East Attorney Thomas Walsi has vi turned from spending his summe vacation on the old homestead iin Indiana Since his departure from Louisville a few weeks ago Mi Walsh has taken on consliiernbl weight but the Increased avolrdupo is quite becoming Mcsdames F A Clegg A Murj M Goss R Welcome amid Misses Lillian Clegg Huth OConor Melon Grass and Irene Welcome mad Al bert Clegg Peter B Smith and Harold Welcome are members pf a house party given by Mrs H Wei come a sister of Mrs Clegg nt Paw Paw Lake Michigan D J Gleeson has resumed his duties nt the head of the J M Hob insonNorton Dry Goods Company s jewelry department after n vacation of two weeks lie spent his time IIn fishing In the Olin river and tributary streams Mr Gleeson say that he is confident lie could hate aught at least mine fish If he halt V weeks more of practice ST MARYS COLLEGE advertisementkiarys College one of the mildest educational institutions west of the lllegheny Mountains St Marys iIs located in Marion county about six yseven miles front Louisville It iis Ill lIChllftldt by time Resurrectionist Inthers mind has many distiiiguislie uen numbered among its forme uipils Perhaps the latest of hi ilunlni to be honored js the flight tier Peter J Mlldoon1 DlShOIofthe new diocese of UocJ Marys hits a commercial course a high school course with preparatory instructions tor the study of law ilmrmacy medicine dentistry and sngineerlug a collegiate course nnc an excellent gymnasium with capabl instructors Parents who wish their buys to receive a first class Christian training should communicate with the resident Rev Father iliehael Jaglowicx C R THE LATKST BANNON Patrick Bannon Is working over time this week In sketching plans for ai new book which he intends to entitle What Shall We Do With Our Boys Lost week he had two and had planned careers for them but anew scion of the hoUse of Bannon arrived at his residence 2219 Rowan street this week The advent of the latest baby has upset his former Ideas With a father like young Pat and a grandfather like the late lamented Pat Bannon Sr there Is every hope that the latest arrival will become an Archbishop at least The baby will be christened at St ejjllla8 church tomorrow The father Intended to call It Mary but his ideas have been entirely upset FROM THE PAR EAST The Philippine Catholic a weekly review of religion literature science and art edited by the Dominican Fathers and published at Manila issued an illustrated double number in honor of the consecration of the Right Rev Bishop fllrordo of Cebu The paper Is printed in the English andSpantsh languages in parallel c iliimns and the double number was- far superior to many American Weeklies in every respect Rev Father JR Volz formerly Prior or- StLouis Bertrond Convent in Louis vine is one of the editors Father Volz was one of the Dominicans who represented his order at the consecration of Bishop GlrordO lONOREI FRIENDS MEMORY Tuesday was the anniversary of- the death of Spalding Coleman member of the Board of Public Works andesteemed citizen OwellTyler- one of Mr Colemans warmest friends paid tribute to his memory by sending white carnations to tho other old friends of the deceased Asi long as Mr Tyler lives the 1lIemIory of Spalding Colemoa wmboIkopt alive- IhltOTBbat RICHARD AT IJHUmsI Rev Brother Richard of St- Cavters College who Is spending the j summerin Europe leas sent a postal card to the Kentucky Irish American J rhecardbears a photograph of St I Francis Xaviers Institute Bruges I Belgium the mother house of the- order Brother Richard sends his re- Bards to alh He will soon start on hisi homeward Journey andVUl have Wonderful tales to tell of his tr yel8- lohls dear boys In LOulsilhiJ srna FOR CHUftcif s The WoodUwn Home Company of- Kawport has presented Blahop Maeae of Ck vlDKtoD with A ilte for a new- dbulcb 1 r t E MARTYRS WhofAssembled at Grosse Isle attUnveiling of time Shalt- AddresYcsiii Gaelic French and KngliNli Followed the Ceremonies I HEROES OF SIXTY YEARS AGO The monument erected by time Ancient Order of Hibernians to the memory of the Irish immigrants famineein 184017 was unveiled at Grosse Isle twentyseven miles below Quebec foul in the St Lawrence river last Sunday Canadian Irish men and IrishAmerican dignitaries of the church from both countries national officers of the Anciei Order of Hibernian French Cath olics and American Catholics vied Whit each other in assisting nt the ceremonies Above amid over all was time protecting hand of our holy Father Plus X whose Canadiu Delegate was the central figure lit the exercises nntiumw4tIn every age have erected mom mcnts to their heroes who fell IIn- Anelemist of Hibernians to honor their countrymen and women who tell rjctims to famine and fever but who were none the less heroic IIn their suerifites More that 4Q000 ofi them died on foreign shores because they would not abjure the faith They were martyrs as were the martyrs of time Roman arena their saluted bones have made why the Eastern shores of Canada their monument has been indelibly in scribed in the hearts of the Irish globeItMoiisignor Sbaretti the Papal Delt gate from Ottawa to unveil that Celtic cross erected to the memor ItsI an Idle jaunt for Archbishop OCoii nell of Boston and Hon Matthew Cuniniings National President of the Ancient Order of Hibernian Thousands were there to assist at the unveiling ceremonies and the Irish were not ulomeboth French Canadians and Americans were there in numbers to applaud time spirit of the Hibernians- Tlie monument a Celtic cross tuts been erected on Telegraph 11111 Grosse Isle It overlooks time graves of the Irish dead near its western shore and is constructed of gray granite It rises to u height of fortysix and a half feet so that its total elevation above the Iherlis 141 feet Panels on which the in seriptious are curved are of dark ebony lhete nee four of these pali ell one on each side of time pedestal On three of them is time following Inscription in Gaelic English and French respectively Sacred to the memory of thousand of Irish emigrants who to preserve their faith suffered hunger and exile in 184748 and stricken with fever ended here their sorrowful pit grlmage The fourth panel or memorial tablet will contain the names of fortytwo Catholic priests who ministered to the sick and dying during those terrible times of epidemic Visitors from Washington Tor onto Ottawa Kingston Montreal unit other places assembled at Quebec Saturday maid Sunday The Canadian Government steamer Druid vas at the disposal of the Hibernian committee in charge and the steamer Alice hudon hoard the lieutenantGovernor Chief Justice Fitzpatrick lion Charges Murphy Secretaryof State Monsignor Sburetti and Archhlsiiop Begin The scenes on the island were im iressive A small temporary altar laid been erected on the flat ground back of Telegraph Hill near the cemetery cord there U low mass was saidI by Rev Father llanley a tedemptorist and rector of St atricks church Quebec Monsignor ibaretti and the Archbishop of Quebec attended in their episcopal ropes After the muss Archbjshop Begin sang the Libera or Il for the dead while the chpir Stt Patricks sang the responses While this was hi progress theii n blazing sun the vasT uf visitors knelt in rapt At the conclusion of the mass nev Father AE McGuire Chaplain of the Hibernians preached p ser mon In English Father ORuark of Sew Brunswick preached n sermon iuGaellc mud Archbishop Begin in both French nnd English Monsignor Sbaretti imparted the Apostolic leasing to the vast congregation efore time unveiling ceremonies properJ AH many us possible of the ist concourse ascendedl tai the top of- the hill where Monsignor Sbarettl pulled nside the curtain that veiled the granite shaft Canadian thugs Irishand American flags were ilis pllledou every side Addresses were made by Archbishop Begin Matthew uinniliigH Charles J Foy Of On turie mill Major McCrystal of Veto Yorktliu Charles Murphy time nn11Ian Secretary of State amid stuiaeh Catholic made nplell for- the erection of atl1ble1 to this Canadian clelRyho had died from contracting the fever while ministering to tide suffering immigrants of 1847 He offered to start the sub irlptloji with tl00 and asked that the work lia entrusted to the A O n whose directors he thanked for- goinghis Government the privilege of assisting at the ttnveilirij of the monument Major McCrystal ofI New fork and Mr Turcolte M P delivered their addrese in Gaelic The new monument is risible tip or down time St Lawrence river for ten nidleia a BON JSBJUJI ShOuld ebYl UttII arths a1ere the ran would- toplear61ne Ita tjiie color acconHnc tai rdirgflr tm4 o 41 o 4 e iii November Election 1909 i 1 IIVOTE FOR Ii I II0Y HEADIi 1 Ii AND THE ii II Straight I II I 4 i Democratic it Ticket+ + + + 4e4 N q Grand ExcursionT- OJASPFERI Via Southern IND Railwayi BY THE KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN COMMANDERY No 80 Sunday August 29th 1909 Train leaves Union Depot Seventh and River at 745 a m sharp Returning leaves Jasper at 7 p m 50ChIldrenI rrrrprCNICJi TO BE GIVEN BY LADIES f AUXILIARY and DIVISION 3 A 0 H PHOENIX HILL PARK TUESDAY AUG 24- LEuchre afternoon and evening 15c 1O TSII I PARK Louisvilles Brightest Spot FREE Catering especially to ladies and children Dancing every afternoon and evening except Sunday FINEST PARK RESTAURANT IN THE SOUTH THE PARK Free Band Concerts High Class Vaudeville Dancing and Popular Features FREE GATE Falls City Cleaning and Dye Works- J M QARVEV Attnuger EXPERT CLEANER and DYER Skirt CUwteJ Mi fniM 7Sc SoakCIIeedliarFr I111 AM Work CtainwtoW Or No i lI ttt- iti 1 Htftmmim 4WiHFU8T uv SON 2IS WEST MARKET STREET SEH Tint CEIEDRATHD NNORTH STRRR REFRIGERATORR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features oh practical value that are considered desir EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the ARTISTIC10DubllcSIMPLY 1 RIVERVIEW CONCERTS FONTAINE FERRY BEAUTIFULI jlC GEHER RangeThe CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILES FOR 150 i ON THE ELEGANT STEAMERSfCity of Cincinnati City of Louisville One of the above steamers leaves streeteverySundayfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving hoineabout 8 p m ROUND TRIP 6NLY SOc PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For time Season NOW IS THE TIrE TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicstSocials Outings greatlyhaprevodwithnewaequtpmantitthroughout Pat thii orSocletik lhiddeotHc clGdacCII ai 4 KENTUOKY IRISH AM RIC1s1 T i ++ 4 + + 4 N N N N1 1N a N NO m Ii MONUMENTS In order to make room for the en II offerr i exceedh1 i it ii MULDOON MONUMENT CO i d 3J8320 WEST GREEN STREET i N N 1N N NN NN N NN 0 P t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BAQQETTSSONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS e SOS mast IMtaJjn Street D J DOUGHERTY S J McBLLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers- Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Ctlls Answered Promptly Diy or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET tt J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS rr STREETSt I Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages 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have created nine llibeiiiinn scholarships iI Iliiludelplila has 104 divisions the largest number of nny city in the I world The Ladies Auxiliary lies Issued over 100 charters since the national cornelian last year Dayton Ohio HiheriiiiiiiK have n movement on foot to renew Interest in old Irish athletic gamwi- IcniiHylvania Hibernians request thnt the next national convention beheld lit same place more central tlmn Iortland Ore The Ladles Auxiliaries of Water bury Mows tire endeavoring to have Irish history taught at the public schools of that town The Philudclphiit County Hoard appropriated 4400 to pay the cur fare of orphan children to a home which had been provided for them Miss Mollle Brown a prominent member of the Ladles Auxiliary Is at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital suffering from typhoid fever Division 0 of Utica N Y will have Its annual picnic trod field IluJonLabor day September 0 A novel programme of sports Is being ar rangedMrs Richards of New Albany an active worker lh the Ladles Aux iliary and who had been ill for six weeks was reported fully recovered at the last meeting Actual building operations have begun on the Hibernian building at McKeesport A favorite trip for guthereThe united divisions of the order in Buffalo are preparing for a big tinyStptemholfinest awarded under the rules Since the membership contests of last fun the attendance nt the meet ings of Division 2 of the Ladies Auxiliary Minneapolis have been well attended and1 increasing in interestDuring home coming week at Mil waukee the local division of the or der was much In evidence One of the most attractive floats in the parade was one representing Ireland a Nation The Ladles Auxiliary held a well attended meeting Wednesday night and all the members were en thusiastic over the prospects for the success of the coming picnic at Phoenix Hill Park Miss Kathleen ilhbous daughter of Chief of Police John Gibbons was an easy winner In the McKeesport Dally News popularity contest His family Includes six active members of the A O H and auxiliary Ohio Hibernians anti Ladles = Aux iliaries will hold their State Convention nt in 1910 andofunds 11111IOKeIare planning an outing and field day on Saturday August 28 Father William McMahon for u number of years editor of the Cleveland Universe who recently cele heated the thirtyseventh anni versary of his ordination is an old and valued member of Division 7 of Cleveland and has always shown a deep interest in the welfare of the order FOIISAKK THE WORLD In connection with the celebration of the feast of the Assumption last Sunday at St Marys of the Woods Convent near Terre Haute Ind eleven young ladles made their first vows The Right Rev Silas Francis Chatard officiated and Invested the novices with the habit of the order These young women who have chosen to forsake the world for the cause of religion as Sisters of Providence are Josephine ONeill Chicago Sister Teresita Edna Sullivan Chicago Sister Theresa Margaret Marlon Walker New York Sister Perpetuna Mary ODonnell Terre Haute Sister Marry Noella Bertha Buehler In dianapolis Sister Mary Ambrosia Josephine Henry Ft Wayne Sister Catherine Margaret Catherine Kelly Vincennes Sister Margaret Loretto Cecilia Foley Chicago Sister tyarle Frances Anna Hastings Chicago Sister Gertrude Rose Mary Hastings East Chicago Sister Gorglna Marie Harriet Reitzel Clayton Indi Sister M De Montefort AHCIIBISHOP COMING IIOMK Archbishop Farley is expected to return to New York next week after having been abroad since June The greater part Of his trip was spent In Rome For two weeks he has been the guest of Cardinal Logue at Armagh where the two eminent Irish ecclesiastics have been camping out enjoying nature In the rough as did the Irish Bishops and scholars centuries ago Archbishop Farley Is a native of the COunty Armagh but came to America with his parents when quite a boy- II00D00 OAK Miss Nellie Flnegan who was seriously Injured In a street car accident several weeks ago Is able to be up but has not entirely recovered The news that car 672 of the Sixth street and Barret avenue line had jumped the track in the same place twice on successive days seemed to cheer her Up considerably Miss Elnegan Is In 672 will be retired on a pensionthoat It was on this car that Miss Finegan was injured recently JIEETS OLD FIUKXDS Rev Itrothcr Celestlne CS C formerly James Casein Is vlaltlng friends and relatives In Louisville this week Brother Celestine is sta tioned at Notre Dame University but spends a few weeks In LoulsYille enthtteiastialoverI nglthe1TAJUIV APPMNO HONORED iptrry A Appllng one of fIfe beat Enowu1 buainw men In Louisa vllleraZ5honored Wednesday by be Ing elected Vice Preeidentofthel Na tional XiMMcMittai of Mercantile AMROdm Th oonventkm wu held UT Boeton ifi c i mimiA 1e You Making a lilt Pretty j Go0II LivingII ffAnd atmtliving Iit ALL UP W 3m are you going to live on when m nHadnt11 11ularla part of SAVEregff t SAVINGSmt f nas ONE DOLLARand get ff- II COMPOUND INTEREST on t all you put Into IIt II ttmtt tt Jfttlf1ml J JI f1 I m f t Imt Trust Co fftt mt Fifth and Court Place mJ InmlIn == = jjJ KNIGHTS OP COLIIBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The council at Detroit Mich Is planning to build a 90000 club houseSAt Columbus Ohio the Knights are planning to erect a hall and of Lice building to cost 100000 Archbishop Elder Council of Cin cinnati will conduct an excursion for its members and their families oa Septemebr 5 The Right Rev John J Heunessy Bishop of Wichita Kas was in a recent class that took the Fourth degree at Independence- The council at Mnnltowoc Wls U preparing to initiate a large class on Labor day September 6 Green Bay Appleton Fond du Lac and Sheboygan Councils will present candidates Tbe Knights will have the distinc tion of opening the new Milwaukee Auditorium and the week from Monday October 4 to Saturday Oc tober 9 will be devoted to a series of lectures by Bishop J J Keane of Cheyenne to Catholics and non Catholics EXCURSION TO JASlKIt One week from tomorrow Com mandery No 80 Knights of St John will conduct ah excursion to Jasper Ind via the Southern railway The round trip will only cost 150 for adults and half fare for children between five and twelve years old The people of Jasper are eager to welcome the Louisville In vaders and a pleasant time is assured all who attend KONTAINK FERRY IAKK Another week of prosperity was enjoyed by Fontaine Ferry Park dur ing the past seven days The open air concerts and excellence of the vaudeville bill were the main feat ures but all the amusement devices attracted their share of patronage Another good vaudeville bill Is promised for next week HAXDSOMH DONATION James J Hill of St Paul Minn and one of the worlds greatest rail road magnates has given the Right Rev Bishop McGoh ck 10000 to aid in building his new 00000 Cathedral High School at Duluth Mr Hill Is not h Catholic but his wife and children are devout members of the church FIRST AMERICAN SAINT On August 30 the church will commemorate the death of St Rose of Lima the first native of America to be honored with canonization St Rose was a native of Lima Peru and died on August 30 1617 She was a Dominican nun and St Rose Convent at Springfield Ky was named In her honor AGKO IRISH WOMAN Mrs McGrath an Inmate of the Home for the Aged conducted by tho Little Sisters pf the Poor in Mil waukee was 112 years old last Sun day She is a native of Ireland Two years ago she met with an accident and has since been unable to walk Up to that time she had never been ill In her life- PREJUIICED ORANGEMEN According to advices from Dublin Orangemen at Portadown County Armagh attacked a pArty of Catholic excursionists made up largely of members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians last Sunday and stoned the train It was necessary to call out 600 policemen before the attack Ing party was dispersed IMMENSE DIOCESE Cardinal Gibbons officiated at the dedication tof the new Cathedral at Utah last Sunday and was assisted by many of the Archbishops and Bishops of the United States The diocese of Salt Lake Includes the en tire States of Utah and Nevada and comprises 163768 square mules or more than seven time the size of the territory included In the Louis ville diocese GBRiANoAxHOLIOanUKOJIR8Thn Catholic churches ou Manhattan eonltIrtrgft la tINS mother n IRELAND Recordof the Host Important of tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Cornelius T OConnor has been ntcalwnyt purehusedliavensdale Thomas Dlxon The death of Peter Trodden a re spected merchant of Armagh Is gen erally regretted Mrs Bridget Cullinan who lived1 In H house in the tuna district of County Clare was found lend Thomas Whittle hits been chosen Alderman and Mayor of AVnterford to succeed the late James Murphy Justice Andrews congratulated tin Curlow grand jury at the recent assizes on tho peaceful state of tits enmity The Dungurvuu Urban Council have secured lands for the construction of nu auxiliary waterworks to cost 20000 Mrs Conry an inmate of till Newry Workhouse died as a result of injuries received by falling intoI the Derrybeg river The Chief Justice 01 County Kit dare congratulated the grams jury at the summer assizes on the peace ful state of the county Justice Fitzgibhon in addressing the Donegal grand jury congrat ulated the members on the peaceful condition of the county John Brennun a young former of the Togher district County Louth sustained the loss of his right hand by the explosion of a gun Patrick Flynn has been rlelelted unanimously us Chairman of the Proposals and Finance Committees of Leitrim County Council John Clancy of College Burnt own lies beets chosen to succeed the late Patrick Keating ns a member of the Wexford Rural District Council The Limerick Industrial Associa tion will communicate with Ameri can societies of Irishmen relative to supplying souvenirs and emblems Time County Derry grand jury was only called on to Investigate three cases at the summer assizes and iu ho case had the taw been evaded since the previous assizes The potato blight has appeared in the Derrynane and Watervllle districts in southwestern Kerry Tints far It has not made munch headway and is confined to the earlier crops lames 1F Harry former Mayor of the city of Limerick has been elect ed Coroner Edward OToole has been elected City Treasurer and Michael Donnellan Water Secretary John Unlsh a Sllgo mull who was arrested for not leaving a light on his cart told the court that the sun had never set on hint in town for thirty years He was fined twelve cents mid costs Throe Barrystowu copper mines which gave employment to a large number of people sixty years ago are soon to reopen Recent surface borings indicate the presence of silver and zinc ns well us copper Hon Otway Cuffe former Mayor of Kilkenny presented a valuable challenge shield to the organization that is getting up the tournament in aid of the new Irish Residential College at Ring County Waterford Not one of the twenty tlmree jurors summoned for the July assizes in County Tyrone was a Catholic It seems to be nu unwritten law that no Sheriff of Tyrone is permitted to summon other than Protestants for grand juryservice Jnines Current an aged resident of County Kildare was found with his throat cut at his home in Athgur van Ill health and grief over the death of leis wife are supposed to have led him to commit suicide while temporarily insane ENGLISHMAN NOTES CONTRAST In a recent lecture In Edlnburg William Stead the distinguished ed itor of the Pall Malt Gazette gave a generous tribute to the power of the church In conserving virtue Ho declared that there was no blinking the fact that If they took a Protestant family and a Catholic family and placed them In a London slum four years afterward halt of the Protestant family woujld have gone to the bad while every member of the Catholic family would have retained his or her virtue Con tinuing his eulogy of the virtuous power of the church he said I was astonished to see people In Ireland living In poor cabins who whatever else they might be were most virtuous AUSPICIOUS OUTING The annual outing of the Catholic Knights of America conducted 1by the Central Committee at Fontaine Ferry Park Wednesday afternoon and evening brought out a crowd of over 6000 The Knights and their families were very much In evidence and all enjoyed a pleasant outing ofthetheirfortsguests and when the evening closed the committee came away with a check for a tidy snip DECIDES CHAMPIONSHIP The Portland Stars will begin a series of three games tomorrow with the Butchertown team for the local championship of the season The merits of these two teams has been a much mooted question since I the opening of the season their respective admirers being firm In the opinion that their team was Inac- lass by Itself Doherty and Yantz will be the battery for the Portland while Harper and Evans will act for Butchertown A record breaking crowd Is 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and In the evening of that day the father died The funeral of tho aged man tool place from the Cathedral of the Assumption Sunday afternoon and of the son at Memphis Tenn on MondayThomas Keyer Sr Is survived 1 I four sons and two daughters The sons are John B William F and Joseph Keyer of Louisville and Robert Keyer of Vlcksburg Miss and the daughters are Misses Mat and Elizabeth Keyer Mr Keyer vas born in Ireland seventynine yea ago but came to America with bls parents when a child For more than forty years ho had been employed as- a boilermaker in the L and N railroad shops and was an expert in his line Beloved by his fellowworkmei he was idolized by his children To his sons he was a companion as well as a father He was the type of man that sets an example worthy of emu latlon and his death is mourned 1 a b wide circle of friends and relative MACK13 COUNCIL Prepares to Celebrate Its Sixteen Years of Success President Louis J Kieffer wielded the gavel over a well attended meet- Ing of Mackin Council Tuesday nigh James G Schrembs who has been on the sick list was reported Improving The delegates to the Grand Council reported the proceedings iot thht body The matter of erecting a large and modern gymnasium and bath house In the rear of the club house was informally discussed but definite action was deferred until the follow Ing committee has an opportunlt to Investigate and report the prol able cost of the improvements Robert T Burke William Kerbert Charles S Raldy James T Shelley and Samuel Robertson Mackin will celebrate its sixteenth anniversary on the evening of Sei tember 16 and President Kieffe asked that as many members as possible be present on that occasion so that the project for building the new gymnasium and refurnishing the club house might be fully digested The Membership Committee was Instructed to meet Friday night and arrange for the anniversary celebration and also to outline plans for a fall campaign- lOUTICFUL ORGANIST HONOUEI The choir of St Brlglds churc honored Miss Marie Adelberg their youthful organist with a little sui irlse on Friday evening Miss Adel berg was to celebrate her seventeenth birthday on Sunday and so the choir celebration would not conflict with he solemnity of the feast of the Assumption It was held on Frlda evening When Miss Adelberg cam for choir practice she found the pastor Rev Francis Jansen the choir nembers and vlsiyng singers from other choirs assembled She was congratulated on her approaching birthday and the evening was spent with vocal and Instrumental music and social that Visiting singers were Miss Ella May Rankin alto Mrs John J Score soprano and Theodore Werter tenor Refreshment were served during the happy hours MIG NIGHT THAT NIGHT President John H Hennessy 1Is preparing to sing It Looks to Me Like a Big Night Tonight when he yields the gavel at the opening of Mvlsion 48 meeting Monday night Only the most necessary routing business will be transacted before the meeting is turned over to tin jtterary Committee for the loom esslon State President George l ruler County President Welsh and titer officials will be present t encourage the amateur talentof Mvlslon 4 Only members of the rder will be admitted to the festiv- Ities Refreshments and cigars will be furnished by the Literary Com ilttee rATiONS JKATH REGRETTED Y Mrs Helen Connell Foley one ot the most popular young matrons of Paris died at Danville on Monday and the news of her death was deeply regretted In both cities TUG remains were taken to Paris and tine moral services took place from tha hurch of the Annunciation on Wednesday Rev Father Goreyot lovlngton celebrated the requiem mass and was assisted by the Rev ather Hausterman The funeral cortege was one of the largest ever seen on the streets of Paris FORTY HOURS PRAYER Tomorrow at the late mass at St Frances of Rome church in Clifton the beautiful devotion of the Forty Hours Prayer will begin The lurch will be appropriately decor ated for the occasion and the Rev Thomas W White will be assisted by nreral of the local clergy The exor cbes will conclude on Tuesday morn- Ing t COL MAOAULFA HOME Coll Jolm T Macauley is home from New Yorlhetehe succeeded hti booking the finest list of attractions that ever came to 8 Louisville theater When the season opens itrons of Mncauleys Theater will find one gopd bill following anotheri MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Division I A 0 It of Jefferson le will give its second annual oonlight excursion on the night of edneoday September i Th boat ill leave Loufavile at ft oclock Had ertoavtu at S0tsttd wta re- t about W oelndk Oood gaht 4 SOCIETY DIRECTORY Ao Ill- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and TuesdayPresidentThomas Sr RyanRecording Lawler Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergeantatArms Andrew Curran SentinelLouis Roller- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretory T J Stone FlnanclalSecretary no r Keaney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArmsJohn T Brown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Suljlvan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G llesslon Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bcrtrand Halt Sixth Street PresidentJohn II Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Mc Donogli 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice President Robert Gleason Recording Secretary Thos OHern Financial Secretary John G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y 2VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President ThosDCHnes Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording SecretaryThomas F Bachman SecretaryWilliamF Financial Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside SenUne J C F Dartsch Outside Sentinel William D An driott fJ111t tlb oENlgs ToC Wonderful to Take at Change of Life Plata Ark March 2nd 1006 I flare taken Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Toni during 18 rears at needed and always got the desired results here used It for all mj amll and recommended it to friends and stranger I Although It 1Is not recommended for I EBTI found It good during pregnancy it will dohwi with all those distressing symptoms such ai choking smother palpitations hysterics I trembling end leeplMsnecs try it Istersl It IIsI wonderful and will not injure you or child I I also and this Tonic good for gas on the itomael and Indigestion one or two doses will relleri that distressed feeling at once from II to S doses will cure any case of ordinary headache I rind this Tonic wonderful to take at change ol willinotAurelia G Medina writes from Chacon New Hex Feb 23 1SXH sulTered 7 years from pal pltatlon of the heart after basing used Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic I feel entirely A Valuablo BopkweuIF REE VOU8 patientDiseases andaSarnpl Prepared KOINIO of Fortdb sinceWayne 1876 andnow by KOENIG MED CO theI100 Lake Street told by Druggists at 51 per Bottle 0 for M Largo SUe 175 J 0 Bottles for 0 refreshmentsIwUl I thoIfun and to that end have arranged- a series of old fashioned quadrilles and State President Butler County President Welsh and Division Presidents Keenan Ford Sullivan and IKnnessy are in full sympathy and an excellent attendance from the Kentucky side of the river Is promised RKOENT DEATHS John OBrien fortyeight years old died at Norton Infirmary Mon day morning following an operation for intestinal trouble The deceased resided at 037 Jiaslj Market street and was proprietor of a cafe nt Baxter and Hamilton avenues James Lynn a venerable resident of the West End died at the home of his son John Lynn 2323 Duncan street Friday morning of last week He was seventyfour years old and was respected by all who know him The funeral took place from 81 Cecilias chruch Saturday morning and was attended by many old friends The funeral of Michael Boyle who died at the family residence 1810 Portland avenue Saturday morning took place from St Patricks church on Monday morning and was largely attended Death resulted from heart trouble The deceased was thirty three years old HJsI mother Mrs Mary Boyle and two brothers Jharles and Thomas Boyle survive rim The young man had a host of fiends who mourn his death The funeral of Wiliam Boyle who lied at the United States Marine lospltal on Monday morning took lace from St Michaels church iVedneftday raornlnp The deceased vas thirtyy rsofage and isi uur vlvedby his mother Mrs Anna Boyle of 131 North Fourth avenue nila brother Edward Boyle Mr aoateamboat clerkaDdI ratRite yMpular Among rirenam Uia untfanqCd t1i la gnerelly re rtted CENTRAL COMMITTED Plans to Maintain Interest in Affairs of the C K of A The Central Committee ot the C K of A met at St Marys Hall Fri day night of last week and made final arrangements for their annual outing which was held on Wednesday at Fontaine Ferry Park President John Schalda opened the meeting with prayer and many branches and both military companies Were represente Messrs Charles J Desso Anthony Montedonlco Jr Capt Gus Kan Joseph P McGinn Harry Veenema Charles Falk John Schalda Matt Schlang and Joe Herp were named ias- a Reception Committee for the outln Harry Veeneman reported for the Organization Committee and told at plans for visiting every branch In the Falls Cities William T Meehan reported that the Ritual Committee Wilt still at work and would soon coner the third degree on a large class The Dramatic Commltte reported progress and stated that there would be a meeting of the dramatic club the following Friday night It promises a pleasing entertainment in the near future Ben Speaker manager iof the club is very well pleased with tho talent df the members of tho organization INDIANAPOLIS TODAY Louisville Baseball Team Meets Hooslers This Afternoon The Louisville baseball team after a very successful Western Invasion returned home last night and will meet the Indianapolis team this afte noon in the first of a series of five games to be followed by the Columbus team and then away for a two weeks trip which will be the tears last away from home games Mcssr Grayson and Chlvington have been endeavoring for the past two weeks to secure a hard hitting Infielder and outfielder and it Is believed that the have succeeded and the names wlll be announced in day or two which will surely be good news to the loal fansFor the sake of the good name of baseball here someone ought tto squelch the youngster who Is wriling baseball for the Evening Times tas his continual attacks on Umpires Owens and Conahan claiming that these two capable and honest oil dials are responsible for Loulsvlll losing games when every mat woman or child In this city who knows the difference between the game of baseball and football Is aware that the teams weakness at the bat has cost them many a game and not the decisions of the umpire The Times young man might Improve by tudylng the methods of the Posts competent sporting editor TRINITY COUNCIL Every officer of Trinity Council was in his chair when President Tames B Kelly rapped for orde last Monday night Tho member displayed quite an interest In the proceedings Eugene Cooney and Vc K Ecker reported the proceed- Ings of the recent session ot the Grand Council and both reports wer heard with more than ordinary Interest since both had been honored by election as Grand officers T J rommltteeIarranging for the outdoor am dance at Phoenix Hill Park on September 8 reported progress on be half of his committee and additionsI members were added to the commit tee arranging for the children I council and baby show to be held on Thanksgiving day I ILEXINGTON LADY DEAD OHara one of the most respected ladies of Lexington died at the residence of her daugh tel Mrs James MceKnna In tha city last Sunday morning She haiI been 111 for many months and her death was not unexpected She wfl born in Ireland seventynine yrrar ago but had spent more than half ia century In Louisville Five children survive her They are Mesdame Tames Naughton and John Costello if Louisville Mrs James McKenna Misses Kate and Elizabeth OHan end John OHara of Lexington The funeral took place from St Pauls church on Tuesday morning ST ANNS LAWN FETE A lawn fete will be given on the grounds of St Anns school Seventh and Daviess streets next Tuesday nud Wednesday afternoon and even lugs The ladies of the parish are making extraordinary preparations for the event An excellent supper wl11 be served for twentyfive cents and many beautiful prizes will be warded Refreshments of all kinds dll be provided in abundance Rev Father John T Rill the pastor w1l1- be delighted to meet his many friends and extends a cordial inn ation to one and all to be present on one or both days- REVEREND YISITORI The Roy Father Samuel B Spald- Ing pastor of St Agnes church in West Chester Pa spent several days InI Louisville this week en route home from Marlon county Father Spald- Ing is a native of Kentucky and a member of the family that has given soI many sODS and daughters to the ruse of our holy faith At the University of Louvaln Belgium Father Spalding was a collegemate of the nev Father B H Westermann now pastor of St Marys church In this city I OS ENTERPRISE The Illinois Central Railroad Com- pauy through Superintendent A II Egan announced this week tb titw- ould Immediately proceed to erect a new depot on the present site to- cost 700000 Three fourstory ructures on Main street beginning attbei corner of Seventh havoJHo- been purchased 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