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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a I r VOLUME XXII1NO9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAy AUGUST 28 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS i 1 CAMPAIGN II OfDemocrats Will Open During Week Tliat Is to I ComeII I I Mammoth Parade anti Barbecue Wll Begin Warfare For II AutumnII Many Marching Men Will At tract Attention to Party VhltcII I DOWN WITH NEGRO DOMINATION j The Democrats of Louisville and Jefferson county will open their Campaign formally during the com ing week On Tuesday and Wednes there will be a big barbecue at the State Fair grounds and on those two days the ablest Democratic or ators from the mouth of the Big Sandy to Desha creek will be on hand to preach the Jefferson and Jackson Democratic doctrine On Tuesday night there will be a mam moth parade of the Democratic clubs of Louisville and Jefferson county The parade will start mov i ing at 8 oclock and will conclude in ample time to allow the marchers to hobnob with the outoftown visitors The organization is as well nigh perfect as can be made The clubs from the various wards will rendezvous on Broadway from Shelby street west to Tenth The 11 route will not be long nor fntiging I It will comprise a line from Broadway I north on Fourth avenue to Jef ferson thence west to Seventh I north to Market east to Brook north to Main street and then west to tho placo of disbanding Besides the precinct and ward clubs the Kentucky Colonels and the MOBO Greens will be very much in 1 evidence The visiting Confederato veterans will also be given a post of honor in the parade and the review I ing stand will be erected in front of the Willard Hotel The Mose Greens have secured the servlces of St Augustines Band a local organization I of colored musicians that msI won fame in the past- A I prize of 50 in gold will beC awarded to the Legislative district making the best showing in the parade and 25 will be given to the I y best float and 10 to the next best I Nearly every automobile and private vehicle In the city will have some part in the parade and a corps of thirty physicians and surgeons will be scattered lurough the line of march to render relief in case of emergency Attorney Patrick T Sullivan has charge of the decora dons along the route of the parade I and he and his coworkers have received promises that indicate that the buildings will be a mass of bunting from start to finish Felix Cocizzl the local representa Live of A L Due will have charge I of the fireworks both at tho parade and at the barbecue During the pyrotechnics I and more elaborate displays will bcII made at the Fair Grdunds on Tues day and Wednesday evenings Every band in time city has been engaged and it is estimated that at least a dozen bands will be imported from I Cincinnati and Indianapolis The barbecue committee has had J n force of men at work at the pits day and night for the past week The pits are in readiness and the fuel and cattle are at hand All that is now necessary is the arrival of the time Every convenience will be found on the State Fair grounds The sanitary arrangements are per fect as medical tents emergency hospitals and other accessories have allprovidedA in the parade and at the barbecue both Tuesday and Wednesday will be the inspiring strains of the United States Indian Band led by James Rlley Wheelock Each of the musicians is attired in Indian costume They will furnish music for the parade and also for dances and concerts at the barbecue This band is making a hit at Glen wood Park New Albany this week V John Tully the old lifesaver has donated the use of tents awhings flags hammocks and bunting to the camp of the Confederate veterans and Oi 0 Blckel has contributed several thousand cigars made for the old soldiers that wore the gray Among tho speakers at the barbs cue will be Congressman Ollie James from the First district of Kentucky Hon A O Stanley Sec ond district ExLieut Gov W P Thorne Judge James W Hazelrigg K lion Swagar Sherleywho repre sents LotHsville In the United States House of Representatives and Congressman W E Cox of the Third district of Indiana f While the rank and file of Demo crats tire preparing for the barbecue no time Is being lost In canvassing the various precincts and in taking note of the negro influx It ist- oJ estimated that there are 25 per cent more negro men in Louisville now r than there was a year ago Every negro duly qualified must be al lowed to vote Every negro thatls not qualified must be prevented l from voting heRepublieansare responsible for the recent negro outrages in Louisville thefts robberies burglaries and assaults upon young white men The recent ex pose ef thee flee Tern given neg- roellli the vicinity of Tenth anti Walnut aisnot n Wtilthbeen going o fooe the Manning of this Grinstead udmtaUtratton and the promise of the 13oari- vwtigate of Public Safety44f- aiths In it VM not made in good Thii to not a man connected wife twassthet r wants any other condition to prevail They want negro votes because they need them to win Foster Is now tipped for Chief of Detectives to succeed Capt Tom iMaher who wants to retire on half pay on account of ill health Well he has slugged a few Inoffensive white cltizens while In Louisville to say nothing of his United States PanamnIand Quartermasters Depot Jeffersonvlllc He Is too big for the detectives office He ought to be in charge of the State troopers at McKces Rocks Pennsylvania The Evening Post has been working itself Into a frenzy over the injunctions granted against the Republican administration Now if the same Judges will grant an in junction against the Dalley Grin stead Ryans and Belknap family from holding all of the city and county offices to say nothing of controlling the First Regiment along suffering public will be duly grateful Lewis Humphrey an Evening Post employe and a Bel knap soninlaw was added to the list this week as an Election Commissioner and still they come The city and county offices should be labeled for family use only FOREIGN RULERS Seldom Exchange Person Greetings With Our President President raft of the United States and President Diaz of Mexico are to meet on the border between the two great American republics on October 15 and after the exchange of courtesies Presi dent Tnft will cross Into Mexican territory to visit President Diaz in Juarez In almost less time than it takes to tell it our President will be back In American territory to wel come the Mexican Chief Executive nt El Paso Texas Of course the people of both nations will crowd around their respective cities to see what manner of man the other fel lows President is but there will be no fuss nor feathers about either visit Not since 1876 has the ruler of any foreign nation visited the United States At that time the late Dom Pedro Emperor of Brazil and his Empress attended the Centennial celebration in Philadelphia They were cordially received in Washing ton by the late President Ulysses S Grant It was the first occasion of a reigning sovereign coming to this country and many troublesome ques tions of etiquette arose all the more difficult to solve by reason of the absence of any sort of precedent to Borve as guidance Gen Grant settled most of iiem by Invariably yielding the pas to his dis tinguished guests in accordance with what appeared to him to be the dictates of official as well ns of private courtesy Only on one occasion did he take precedence of the Emperor It was at a big dinner given by Sir Edward Thornton then British Minister at Washington who had spent ninny years at Rio as Envoy This enter tainment was primarily for the Em peror But In view of the fact that then Grant was the President of the country to which Sir Edward was accredited he outranked everyone else present and headed toe proces sion into time dining room with the host the Emperor following in his wake with the Vice President More over the first toast proposed by Sir Edward was one to Gen Grant and it was only after it had been duly honored that the guests were invited to drink tile health of Dom Pedro YOUNGEST BISHOP Dr Duhlg of Australia Is Visiting In Ire landJ The Right Rer Dr Duhig Bishop of the diocese of Rockhampton Queensland Australia is at present visiting Ireland the land of his birth and line met with ovations wherever he has gone Dr Duhig is tIle youngest Bishop in the world and is only thirtyeight years old He was only five years in Australia when elevated to the episcopacy His visit to Monaghan the Cathe dral town of the diocese of Clogher was hailed with delight He praised the magnificent new Cathedral and its appointments and preached the sermon there on the second Sunday of this month His subject was Devotion to the Mother pf God lengthuponple to the Blessed Virgin through Irishipeopletheir devotion to Mary Most Holy to America Australia and to all parts of the globel He will remain at least another month in his native land NEW MOTHER SUPERIOR Sister Francesca has been chosen head of Holy Rosary Academy on West Ormsby avenue to succeed Sister Vlncehtiawho has been transferred to one of the Dominican convents near Boston Mother Fran cesca Is a native of Lexington an- is d a sister of the Very Rev Father L F Kearney Provincial of th I J Dominicans PROF JDOWD RETURNS havne returned from Atlantic City and other Eastern points utter an abjwiea of1t two 10ntbLProfDoWd Is greatlyr Improved 10 health and will sops lOpeD 1bm1 dancing acadwr for tUII talll M wlpUtr MOUm t CANONS Ot Armagh Tender Cordial Wel copie toNArcbblshopot New York- MonslgnorFarleyCrosses Sliaits- oi I Wit With Cardinal Logue Courtesies Exchanged Between Two ot Greatest Irish Churchmen RESTS AT CARDINALS CAMP- his Grace Archbishop Farley of New York was given a rousing welt come when he arrived in Armagh to visit His Eminence Cardinal Logue II early this month Archbishop Far Icy had planned to spend a week of quiet and rest at the Cardinals camp at Corlingford but the Very Reverend Canons of Armagh ordered otherwise and tendered the visitor from America a rousing welcome because he was an Irishman a na tive of the prlmatial diocese of Armagh and the Archbishop of the greatest American metropolis- In presenting his distinguished guest to the Canons Cardinal Kbgue took occasion to apologize for the welcome Among other things he said I know it was the desire of Your Grace to come here for a quiet visit and to get a little rest because you have very little rest at home I know Your Grace would have preferred no display but these Canons of mine would neither obey me nor obey their Dean nnd Ido not know PopeIhave been ten times more grateful Sf you had never allowed me to come back from New York After thanking the Cardinal and Canons for their cordial welcome Archbishop Farley said that he felt the welcome was intended for the people of New York and of all America as much as for himself But I hardly think it is fair for your Cardinal to put a poor man like me unaccustomed as I am to public speaking to embarassment this way Now I feel like an old statesman Cosmo di Medici lie was dying and on being asked if he forgave everybody he snidI forgive nil my enemies but the Good Book does not tell us that we are obliged to forgive our friends So thatI withhold until my good plens ure my absolution from Ills Eminence for what he has done to me Archbishop Farley then talked to the assembled Irish ecclesiastics on the wonderful growth of tho church in New York lie said in part Be ginning with one small church 100 years ago today it has 145 churches nnd over 1000000 Catholics To the blood and the faith of the Irish people that is very largely due thank Godl With regard to myself and what you have been pleased to say of me to bo sure I am an Armagh man n fellowdiocesan of yours and of course nn Irishman Although it was a very important event in my life when I came to this diocese first I wart not consulted personally about it and hence I take nd credit to myself for it In regard to whatever I have done in my career as a priest Vicar General Bishop or Archbishop I feel there is much more to be regretted tItan to bo proud of When one looks back at the history of one nearly forty years in the priest hood you Very Reverend Canons who have giver so much of your lives to the service of God can well understand how much there is to be desired in the lives of all of us I have enough to think of to keep me humble but there is one thing I do feel justly proud of and that is that I possess the friendship of the most distinguished ecclesiastic in the Three Kingdoms today Ills Emin once Cardinal Logue There are some things you have not heard of in his visit to New York last year and r do not know that I should tell you all he did and said there The newspaper reporters first came in contact with His Emin enceon the steamer before he touched New YorkIt happened to be in a very dense fog nnd the first question put to Cardinal Logue was What do you think of America I have not seen America yet There has been such a fog since morning that I can see nothing but the ships surroundings From that time until he left the reporters were camping on Ills trail and his wonderful personal magnetism won the Catholics and completely hypnotized time Protestants We are all waiting againEaterLogue and Archbishop Farley re paired to the Cqrdioklft camp at Carlingfqrd to remain a week JMEXIOOS GRAND CATHEDRAE tire recent earthquake in Mexico did serious damage to time mag nificent Cathedral of the city of Mexico It was the citys chief mostemajestic and inspiring edifice It is located on the BI leot the Plaza Mayer de Ja Conatit lon the prln elpftl square in the city It covers a greater area than any other church in theyWestern hemisphere and way urlMs din this respect only by St Peter in Rome andtbe Spanish Cathedral to Seville Erection of the Iedtfio wM tann to the last half o- fatdwtY eemmt y ind is ws- uiii1i iiiii iii two centuries later I eforo the build ing was finished WiO railing of the choir is gold sil rcf and copper and is said to have jsost 1500000 I ofIeyo PLAN REUNION l Division 2 to Give Picnic and Euchre Next Monthj y t I Division 2 A 0will give a picnic euchre and 1Bill at Phoenix Hill Park on September 20 and every division and the Ladles Aux diary is invited to Kelp swell the crowd on that occasion The Execu tive Committee that arranging the picnic is made up o President Con J Ford John T Kea ey Tim Stone Dan McKenna and Jjie Lynch The Euchre Committee made up of Raymond Barrett y 1111am T Mee lyDivision f the oldest divisions and as it name indicates was the second est bUshed in the city and has done excellent work since its establishment President Ford and his colleagues arc anxious for a grand gathering at the forth coming euchre picnic and dance They want to mal e it a reunion of old members anlrof irlends and on their part will leave hothing undone to make the evening an enjoyable one STRICKEN S DDENLY- LexingtonPrlestSuccumbs t After Very Brief Illnessk Rev Father John J ONeil as sistant pastor of St Peters church Lexington died nt his fathers home morningDeathof paralysis Saturday morning he celebrated mass and went about his pastoral duties is usual that day While sitting in his fathers home at 730 oclock Saturday even Ing he was suddenly stricken At 1030 oclock he lost consciousness nut remained In that condition until his death Father ONeil was born in Lexing ton fortynine years ago mid is survived by his father James ONeil aged ninety years and a sis ter Miss Susie ONeiiy After attend ing the parochial school in Lexing ton the deceased priest attended St Johns Seminary at Mllawukee and was ordained by Ili hop Macs in ISSO He wasjnrtde assistant pastor of St Peters chui i under the pastor Father Brossnrt now Vicar General of the Covington diocese Later he served as assistant pastor at Newport Nicholnsvllle Frankfort and again at Lexington The remains lay in state in St Peters church from Tuesday evening until Wednesday morning when the tight Rev Bishop Maes con ducted the funeral obsequies Father ONeil was regarded as a brilliant as well as a most lovable priest RECENT DEATHS manyfriendsW L Cashing whose infant daugh ter Helen Catherine died at the family residence 1301 Hull street Monday morning The little one was only twenty months old but had found a warm place in the hearts of her parents The funeral took place front the residence on Tuesday James McGuire aged eighteen years died at the home of his parents 2814 Fourth avenue Tuesday morning and the funeral took place from Holy Name church on Thursday morning ThQ deceased was a son of Thomas McGuire the well known L and N engineer Ho was quite popular with all who knew him and his untimely demise is a cause for general regret Ernest J Pilson a popular young man of the East End and n member of Trinity Council YM I died at the family residence 721 East Chestnut street Monday afternoon Death resulted after months of patient suffering The deceased was only twentytwo years old lie is survived by his mother Mrs Louisa Pilson five brothers Clifford Robert Frank Walter nnd Harry Pilson nnd three sisters Misses Ida Blanche Nina and May Pilson His funeral took place from St Johns church Wednesday morning and was attended by many sorrowing friends Mrs Carrie Baldwin one of the best known matrons in the East End died at St Anthonys Hospital at noon Tuesday She had been removed to that institution from her home 1284 Willow avenue in order that an operation might be performed and succumbed a few minutes after reaching the hospital She was born in Louisville thirty four years ago and is survived by her husband John R Baldwin time following children John William Anna May Eleanor Mary Katherine and Madeline her father John Whitman and two brothers Fred erick and James Whitman The de ceased was a devout member of St Brigids church and her funeral took place from that sanctuary on Thurs day morning FATIIEU JIEANBi ILL It will be with regret thaUhe elder members offStLotls Bertrands parish learn that the Rev Father R J Meahey pi P Trwldeut of St Patrick 1 College at CalUmbtUr Ohio IIB su ffering front an attack of typhoid ver rather M njrwM boraand pew to manhood la St LoutsJ Ber trands pariah e TRAINING Colored Girls to Become Useful MeiHbersof Worlds Workers Great Good Accomplished bj the Sisters ot Blessed Sacrament Founded by Mother Katharine Drexel Less Than a Decade DOMESTIC SCIENCES ARE TAUGHT For distinctive past a quiet and very and at the same time a forceful work in the educa tional field has been developing in the St Francis do Sales Institute for colored girls at Rock Castle Va byMotherunder the personal supervision of her own nuns the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament No effort was spared to make building and equip ment as nearly perfect as possible The institute is located about forty miles from Richmond Va The build ing is constructed of brick with granite trimmings and according to the modified type of Elizabethan buildinglooksand the wings face Deep creek on one side and Lick creek on the other The situation is ideal for earnest study since beautiful nature is pre eminent while distractions and noises of a city are remote Time Sisters of the Blessed Sacra ment were founded about twenty years ago by Mother Katherine Drexel for the education of the col ored and Indian children These earnest and selfsacrificing nuns make a specialty of their work and are always seeking to have the best and to give the best to the two races to whom they exclusively devote themselves A cordial welcome is extended to all colored people re gardless of creed to send their daughters to enjoy the privileges held out by St Francis de Sales In stitute and no attempt is made force the Catholic faith upon interfere with the religious conitoI tions of the pupils One of the aims of the Sisters is to educate their pupils physically mentally and morally to form them Into truly noble wholesouled women and thus make of each m lUlUu vidual a potent factor in tho better ing of the whole race Time purpose of the school is found in its broad well rounded curriculum It is unique in this that it liar no primary department Pupils must come pre pared to enter the Sixth grade that is must have successfully passed Fifth grade examinations In time literary department there are two courses an academic and an intermediate course Each course covers a period of four years The intermediate completes the full grammar course and gives to the pupils a thorough education in nil the es sential branches of every day life For pupils who wish to fit them selves as teachers or take up more advanced literary studies the academic course is admirably adapted comprising Englisn litera tore botany physics chemistry higher mathematics Latin and time elements of pedagogy and psychology Besides a thorough course is given in domestic art beginning with a preparatory class in dress making and designing of costumes In order to acquire a certificate In either intermediate or academic de partments it is essential that students finish this one years course in domestic art as the management of the school feels that a womans education Is not complete without this necessary and most desirable accomplishment Lessons in fine needlework lacemaking drawn work and art embroidery form one of tho most attractive features pf the school The gold medal for the best display of needle work was awarded tho school by the James town Exposition Lessons In fine nrt needlework are elected specialfeaturein general cooking folowed by a course in homo nursing and Considerable s and on the table musicVisitorsand instrumental to time institute are invariably charmed by the kindness of the Sisters tho beauty of tho building and its en vironments The chapel class rooms music rooms library cooking school dressmaking department dormitories and infirmaries have their own distinctive interest while the dining room and kitchen are centers of attraction at certain times each day- Time i charges are merely nominal being s5 a month for board and 10 to 15 yearly for incidental ex departmentheingt who have visited this splendid InstiV tution commend the work under taken by Mother Drexel and her self sacrificing colleagues It use to be seen to be appreciated CATHOLIC PRESS At the opening of the recent con CatholicFederationMae bt CovlBgton paid the follow prewS the liberty of the press Noble efforts are being made to lift the Catholic press to the height of Its worthy vocation and we applaud the energy energieshisrights bf Christ upon the souls of all hundredsjournalsThosowork in this cause make barely more than a struggling livelihood Re member that to organize a strong press we need not only men but money Your own personal help is wanted You are never too poor to pay for the defense of your faith L FEARS PUBLICITY John D Crimmins Scores Those Who Live Abroad John D Crimmins one of the wealthiest and best known Irish American residents of New York and Gen James Barry of the United States army are touring Ireland While in Dublin Mr Crimmins talked entertainingly to the correspondent of the New York World on those Americans who prefer to live in England lie said in part- I havel read many letters in the newspapers over here from people who call themselves Americans and I wonder it they really are Americans in the name perhaps but not in the spirit There may be some reason based on family connections to account for some persons prefer ence of country in which to live I know but little of the English home life but I do know tile American and there is no more delightful more wholesome life among the people of any country than we have in our midst There are exceptions of course say one in n hundred No where is there such healthy family life as we see in our suburban set tlements and country homes I live among them anti know of what I speakThere are ninny whom America can spare and any country who would give them homes are welcome to theirs even if they carry a few of our dollars with them A reason made to serve the AngloAmerican in his choice of a home is the publicity the American press gives to the inner lives of society people As Americans or any others make thick beds they must lie in them Many Trillions in America live lel cently nnd may be spoken of as genteel people whose names have gossipIholea very small world in which livo beIlarge world in pursues the even course and lives the clean pure American life- G1t21ND SUCCESS Joint Picnic at Phoenix Hill Park Attracted Big Crowd It was a good oldfashioned Irish crowd that gathered nt Phoenix Hill Park Tuesday night to help Division 3 and time Ladies Auxiliary celebrate Time ladies outnumbered the men in attendance and all were liberal spenders Without doubt it was the most enjoyable Irish Cath olic social event of the season Irish men and women their sons and daughters assembled fpr n holiday and they surely hind it It seemed that everyone knew everybody else so that the afternoon anti evening passed splendidly The members of the Ladies Aux iliary certainly contributed their share toward making the outing a success and the prizes accorded the hardest workers were well observed Miss Rose Sweeney and Mrs Daniel Dougherty were awarded gold rings bearing the emblem of the order while Misses Fannie Kennedy Josio Godfrey and Mrs Rose Ansbnck re ceived the second prizes gold pins emblematic of time order The presentation speeches wore made by lion W 0 Head Democratic nom inee for Mayor Attorney Thomas Walsh and Patrick T Sullivan President of Division 3 While the men received no prizes there certainly should be something coming to D J Coleman P T Sulli van State President George J But ler Dan Dougherty County Presi dent PJ Welsh nnd John Hesslon A vote of thanks Is also due Prof Dennis Collins for the excellence of his dance music After all bills are settled a nice balance will be left to be divided between the Ladies Aux iliary and Division 3 The next big social event in Hibernian circles will be Division 2s picnic on Septem ber 20- The tug of war attracted great enthusiasm and both teams had respective admirers There was only one trouble the men were too stout for the rope and at time first yank the rope parted In the center and the men went down in a heapon either side JEFFERSONVILLE HIBERNIANS Next Wednesday evening the Jet fin onvllle division bf the Ancient Order of Hibernians will give an excursion up the Ohio river and all their friends on tithe side of the river are expected and cordially Invited to tttend Good music will be on hand knd an able committee led by Louis npnstantine Robert Gleason I Tomas OHern and Capt John B lVhirphy will see that the Louisyllli dopttgleave the Louisville wharf af 8 ockand JeUerliIiYiDe at 8l30 k i1 PUN GALORE Mirth and Music Helped WhileV Away Hours at Social Sessiona Division 4 Itoyally Entertained by Its Own Vaudeville Artists t Brlet Business Meeting Prior to Several Hours Pleasure NIGHT WORTH REMEMBERING Division 4 A 0 IT held an ex cellent meeting last Monday night One might say two excellent meet ings because the social session was entirely distinct from the business meeting and both were well attended President John II Hennessy pre sided nnd was pleased not only with the attendance of his own division but over the fact that so many visit ors from other divisions were present The business was hurried through with all due celerity so that ample time might be given to the social feature r Joseph McCarthy and Richard Monohon were obligated the appli cation of John Hcnehan was received John Healy who has been 4 ill was reported unimproved and Michael Doyle was reported fully re covered from the injuries to his foot Rev Father Christmas 0 P Chaplain of Division 4 gave a short talk on the holy sacrifice of the mass This was a treat especially to the visitors from other divisions State President George J Butler complimented Division 4 on its prog ress and invited all to attend the joint picnic of Division 3 nnd the Ladles Auxiliary on the following night He also praised the division for its work in securing as Chaplain Father Christmas and said that every Irishman and man of Irish ex traction should affiliate with the Hibernians and help safeguard time rights of holy mother church t He also urged the members to push the study of Irish history in the parochial schools and thereby per petuate time glorious order in which they were affiliated The business laving been brought to a close all adjourned to the big hall where William P McDonogh William J Connelly nnd Stephen J McElliott who constituted the Entertainment Committee took charge In the big hall Prof Dennis Collins and his orchestra of six pieces were already installed and for fifteen minutes the air was full of old and now Irish tunes and late popular American music All were proud that Prof Collins was a member of Division 4 John Green a popular Hibernian vocalist sang n baritone solo and was accompanied on tho piano by E G King The rendition was well received Attorney Newton G Rogers made an address on time recent Catholic Federation convention at Plttsburg and also gave personal reminisenccs of former days in Hlbernianism t Next in order was nn Irish medley JI on the flute with John E Browne as the star performer Irish jigs tingfew seconds after Mr Browne started Joe McCarthy and Teddy OToole were hoofing it for all they were worth State President Butler D 7 Coleman and John Hesslon all visit ors from Division 3 insisted that Dave Keilly sing The Irish Jubilee and all who heard it said time even- Ing would not have been complete without It Robert Emmet an Irish epic of 101 stanzas was sung by Richard Monohnn and all mar veiled at his powers of endurance Pat Mitchell and Pat Burke sur prised their friends by knocking off- a hornpipe at a lively clip Mike Welsh sang one of his favorite ballads and then came the piece do resistance as they say In Limerick French It was a Marathon break down with Tom Dignan and Stephen J McElliott as starters i took steps that no dancing master or ballet premiere danseuso ever dreamed of Both appeared to have been carefully trained Dignan displayed the greater avoirdupois but McElliott beat him in length of limb At the end of twenty minutes the judges declared the honors even and nil members agreed that theatrical managers wore overlook Ing a bet if they did not immediately sign up the Daubing Duo Dignan and Mac- Refreshment and cigars were 4 served in abundance during the evening and all will long remember Division 4s latest social session POPE PIUS AUTOMOBILI Pope Plus X while deeply grateful to the Americans who presented him with an automobile had no place to use it other than in the limited space of the Vatican Gordons According to the Rome correspondents he kept it for a short while for forms sake and- o now has made n present of it to time Papal Secretary of State Cardinal Merry del Val lNJOYlXO TOUR Judge anti Mrs Matt frDanertr are enjoying their tour of lr1iJandj The latest iidyloe show that they have ben peat of Ssuutaa Mac Minus at aw home In BoiMgsl rr41 KENTUOKY IRISH A11 F RICAN teHTUGKY IRISH 1 fMERIGflN l 1Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemeraent t of IrlshAmerlcans ad Catholcs OtficiaU MensyInstitute and Catholic Knights KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 30 Entered at tbl Louisville Poitoillcc a SecondCta natter KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oreca Stthedress ill CoamunlMtloni to 1 1A TAADLS COUNCIL AUGUST 28 1909SATURDAYf LOUISVILLE KY SHOWS IKOFER SI nrrII The spirit xhlbjted by the United I Irish Societies of Chicago last week is worthy of emulation Xo loss than 20000 Irishmen were preEent when the following resolution was adopted We approve tbe policy pursued by the Irish Parliamentary party II p and express our confidence in the I honor fidelity and ability of theII Irish leader John E Redmond I his patriotic colleagues We pled I to the United Irish League In Ireland our sincere cooperation in the heroic struggle for the possession ot Irish lands and liberty We rejoice at the noble and cheering spectacle afforded by the unity of the Irish people Catholic and Protestant i In demanding an Irish government ror the Irish people of all creeds and races We gravely warn American statesmen who may think otherwise that we denounce with all our strength any attempt to disregard the advice of George Washington tto avoid entering Into entangling alliances especially with Great Britain the persistent treacherous enemy ot the United States We extend to our German fellowcitizens the right hand of fellowship and good will and pledge oruselves to stand with them shoulder to shoulder In opposing all English or socalled AngloSaxo schemes In this republic Irish and Germans are the bone and sinew of this country and neither race will consent to the United States making an entangling alliance with Great Britain milSBAXES BLUNDER William Randolph Hearst eof yellow Journal fame and for some years the possessor of Presidential aspirations has permitted his man Friday Arthur Brisbane editor tot the Now York Journal to throw the fat In the fire A majority ot the IrishAmericans vote the Democrat ticket but Brisbanes recent attack on things Catholic lost the Journal any respect the Irish people had tor him or Hearst Only a few months ago Brisbane told of his Irish parentage but now the Irish can thank heaven he was not born 1In Ireland In reference to the revolt tlonary outbreak In Barcelona Brisbane wrote All power to the real men and women ot Spain and to thei rebellion against darkness super stition and the divine right ot the halfIdiot Alfonso The first affront to law order and religion was followed the next day with a cartoon representing King Alfonso on his way to the Down and Out Club Qn the walls of that structure were portraits ol Wllllai Jennings Bryan Castro the depose Sultan of Turkey and the Pope Blaine had his Burchard and Hears has his Brisbane It is now Hearst turn to take a life membership In the Down and Out Club ItEDEEM KENTUCKY There is no time to redeem Kentucky from Republican rule like tit present and the place to begin is ir Louisville What has the Republicdr party done for the workingmen Made slaves of them What is It doing for them now For nnswei look at Pennsylvania the banner State of the Union as far as Republicanism is concerned Workmen within the present week have been shot down like dogs manacled men have been fastened to horses and dragged through the streets Bj a whom and for what Not by hired thugs but by inen clothed with the authority of law as law goes In n Pennsylvania byd11y accredited deputy sheriffs and State troopers Their only offense Is that they re fused to remain the slaves of the American Pressed Steel Car Com pany at McKees Rocks Now an other charge is made that of peonage Albert Tamos an Austrian complained to the Consul of his r country at Plttsburg that lie had liven forced to take the place of strikers in the plant and when he wanted to leave was BO badly beaten that he had to be sent to a hospital Yamos and the Consul say that many more of their countrymen are being worked as peons against their will All this In a free country and under ttic boasted good government of Republicans This Is what will come to pasf In Kentucky unless s rtliings are soon mended Why else was the First Regiment dials r tegrated save to put in Republican officers to do the ttolng of the Republican machine7 4t the coming tall election Loolarill and all Yen tacky must be redeemed trout tbM llberIaloudfact that liberty is for them anl1 slavery for the people JUAlU YOUR CHILDREN Many parents of the present gen oration are spoiling their childrc n- I by allowing them too muci of their own way Sometimes the father is to blame and often the mother rbo father knows the pitfalls into wh h his sons and daughters may fall 1 b associating with bad companions and keeping late hours On t1I other hand the mother is prone 1 to think that the father is too strict that boys will be boys and girls wlll be girls She gets that peculiar Iden tint many people have that younj sters must sow their wild oats These mistaken mothers und fathers live to regret this and yet regret does not seem to cure the habit I The boys and girls allowed theil own tvnysoon lose respect for their parents Love and affection departs and It the parents live to old age they must pass their declining yeas in some old peoples home fhe trials and in some cases the hart ships which parents have undErgone in rearing and educating their chi uren are forgotten by the children All theywant is a good time anti the old folks are always in the way CANON LECTURES BISHOP Leaders in the Establishe church of England are engaged in a row over the divorce question Cano llensley Benson of Westminster Abbey who recently visited thc Lnlted States has taken the Bisho of Manchester to task because the latter forbade a divorced Eplscc pall 1 minister to marry fhe Canon claims the Bishop had no justification in depriving a clergy man of a right which the lav unquestionably secured him Afte all the Catholic church is the onl one that maintains the indissoliblllt of the marriage tie Federal statistics show that tIle present prohibtlon wave sweeping over the country cost the GovernIment during the fiscal year June 30 the sum of 8600000 Certainly it line cost cities towns nnd States ten times that much and tho deficit will have to be made uj Those who dance must pay the fiddler and the Prihibitionlsts are lancing nowwThe Catholic Mirror of Memphis well says If men talked religion a constantly and earnestly as they do politics the churches would not hold half the converts Yet seine peopl ire of the opinion that Kentucky 1Is the only State in which politics iIe the sole and constant theme The International Catholic issuer a splendid edition on the occasion ot the dedication of St Marys Cathc Iral In Salt Lake City The Catholic press like other signs of progress ill looming up in the West BAD COMPANY Boys are not the only mortals that tad company ruins No person can withstand or resist the evil influent ot bad companionship Parental Influence can not check it No virtue 1IK so strong no Intelligence or educa Ion so superior or enlightened ns lot to fall a Victim to the baneful nfluence of evil companionship The proverb says Tell me with whom ou associate and I will tell you who ou are Or again Companionshlj Is among likes or makes likes This being so therefore should the reatest vigilance be exerted in this espect St Augustine says Bad oinpany Is like a nail driven Into a past which after the first or second low may be drawn out with little difficulty but being once driven up to the head the pinchers can not ake hold to draw it out but which an only be done by the destruction of the wood WINNERS The Central Committee of the C u of A have awarded the prizes ffered at the outing at Fontaine Ferry Park last week The tableI SQesto the holder of ticket 3523 and lie chair tp 13418 Holders of these tickets can secure an order for the prizes by presenting the coupons at thettflce of the Kentucky IrIsh AmelcanI I ST LOUIS YII ISt Louis will inaugurate Its ceiii ennial celebration with a Churcl day celebration on October ft rchbtshop Glonnon has given the Idea his approval and sevehtyrsjx lurches in the city will participate In the exeroiies of the day Tablets+ tobei unveiled on the early churches OfStLOullwnl show how important pert the missionaries ofthe ch fch plaln UM wwrty hlatory of 1ar and growing WHO EDWARD BARRY IS 1 Good Record of the Democratic Nominee For County Assessor Edward A Barry the Democratic nominee for County Assessor Is a Kentuckian born and bred lie was born In Louisville thirtythree years ago anti received his education in local schools graduating with high honor For several years he held a responsible position with the Bridge ford Stove Company und Inter with the Geiger Fiske Company He then took a position as sanitary in spector in the Louisville health de partment and served faithfully and well in that capacity for six years During that time Dr M K Men was Health Officer and declared that he had no more capable or I JIi K96S6S636969S9S9S96S6SS9E Michael J Hickey Is enjoying 1 rest at West Baden Springs Miss Marcie Vlgllnl is tfpendln several months in the East Mr Arnett Conway is visiting hll mother Mrs Brown in Selbyvllle Edward J King of West Wulnu street Is visiting friends fn Chicago Thomas J Kenney linn return ell from a short business trip to the EastMiss Katie Bertelkamp of Portland Is visiting relatives at Depew N Y I Attorney Eugene J Cooney lert Martlnsjvllle Messrs John Brennan and Ton Riley ore among those registered White Mills atI Misses May and Pearl Leary are spending a week with friends Covington InI Mrs Joseph E Hill and daughter are visiting friends at Glencony for several weeks Misses Margaret Purtill and Marj Grimes have gone to Evansville tt spend several weeks v Charles Brunn is hoine from at extended trip to Atlantic City and other Eastern points Misses Lucille Sullivan and Elk and Katherine OMalley are vlsltlnt friends at Nortonvllle Miss Evelyn OReilly is spending a few weeks at Mt Washington as the guest of the Misses Hagan Mrs Robert J Burrell is visiting Mrs Charles C Casper at Iher country home near Madison Ind Miss Kate OConnell is expected to return next week from Atlantic Cityew York and Baltimore Miss Mary Driscoll who has been visiting friends In Paris for a fortnight Is expected homo next week Misses Rltl1Rand Nell Keaney have returned from a two weeks trip to Chicago and the threat Lakes Mrs Thomas Horrigan of New Albany has returned from visiting relatives in New York and Boston Miss Mary Scally of 954 South Fifth street is away to visit relatives at Russellvllle and Indian apolisMiss Margaret 0 Hannon of 1320 Bardstonw road has as her guest Miss Anna II Stinson of Indian polls Miss Grace Maher has returned to Toledo after a pleasant visit to theses Irene and Dollle Sullivan of Clifton Ml e Catherine OBrien of irmlngham Alars the guest of dies Essell Hoffman on Fourth avenue Miss Mantle Sweeney leaves today lor her home in Indianapolis after atendayst visit toI188 Xilllan odf rey Mrs T P Roth its tkMtruet of Tube atlln Mrs Daa Callahan in JAB e T jm Before returning how efficient assistant than Ed Barry Upon leaving the service of the citys Health department he took n temporary position with his brother John Jt Barry who for the past ten years has conducted a cafe on East Market street For general probity the Messrs Marry have a reputation excelled by no citizens of Louisville Edward A Barry is pos sessed of every qualification necessary to fill the office of County Assessor and if elected will discharge I the duties of that position I theItaxpayersshe visit her uncle Owen Call han of Pulaski C E Laverty and granddaughters Misses Elizabeth apd Alleen Laver ot Franklin are visiting friends In Parkland Mr anti Mrs James Broderick a11l1 little daughter lichen Marie me spending several weeks at McKee port Pa Mrs George W Griffiths a11l1 daughter Miss Blandine Griffith are spending several weeks at Wequetonslng Mrs Wyble Mapother and daug ter Miss Helen are not expected to return from Neatawanta bitch be fore September 10 Misses Margaret and Katherine Hines of JefTersonvllle have ire- turned from Colorado where they spent seven weeks Miss Madora Fitzpatrick ot Quenemn Kns is visiting her cous- Ins Misses Lula Jennings and Mary Young of Parkland Miss Nonie Gibbons of 3720 HIgh avenue has returned front a for nights trip to Benton Harbor Mi waukee and Chicago William Rlhn Jr Walter Frau andi Henry Blandford have gone to Niagara Falls New York and Wash- Ington for two weeks IJohn Raverty a prominent wholesale cigar dealer ot Lexington spent several days visiting old friends 1 In New Albany last week Mrs James Fitzpatrick and children Walter and Dollle and 1IIss Ruth Dawson have gone to Chlcng to spend several weeks Misses Mary and Lizzie Kelly popular New Albany girls are en eying a vacation in Atlantic City and other Eastern points Misses Joslo and Margaret God rey Rose and Bridle Mooney an Will Duncan arrived home rues ay ifter a weeks visit to Cincinnati John T Fitzgibbon and daughters Misses Marie and Lillian have returned from Shelbyville where they spent several days visiting friends Mesdames G H Kustes and Franl Custcs and Miss Alberta Kustes all or Highland Park are expected to eturn from Tar Springs next week Mrs Armour McFarland is visit- Ing her nieces the Misses McCormac at West Point Miss Katherine Flynn Is also a guest of the McCormat household Mrs James 1 Hannon of Chicago pent several days in Louisvlno thus reek as the guest of her mother Mrs Mary T Barrett of 838 Fast Main street Miss Margaret Martin who re ehtly returned from ii visit to relA Uves In St Paul Minn left Sunday for Owensboro where she Is the guest of rlrscBluu rand Mrs M L Davern of 221 West Walnut street have as- lelr guests Mr and Mrs Arthur Schultz and sons of New Orleans and Miss Jensen of Henderson Among those registered at White Ul1l1t1l1B week were Misses Agnes elaney Bgseia Haupt fayme rennan Belle Gannon Mary Bren in Blanche OConnor end Mrs eyeisr r B rJ Ktixmh and alaUra wa andNon0a Kelran I 1 1 A TYPICAL MAID OF ERIN Dedicated to One of the Kind Its n pretty little shamrock that She Wears upon her breast justTheTheres an emerald on her finger Theres a burning in her heart For the land where turf and blame Always play the leading part With a bit of roguish humor eyeShesShes a golden butterfly She can charm the melancholy ilepressccShesIn a richly feathered nest She can sing of Dear Old Erin And the Wearing of the Green And the hymn of dear St Patrick Shes an Emerald Island Queen Then slid loves the song America But tis her hearts endeavor To resound the dear old motto That of Ireland Forever Virginia Andriot Miss Theresa Benslnger and Mr Dorse Dellart have returned horn after a pleasant visit to relatives fin CincinnatiMiss Timmons and Mis Mary Hanlon are visiting Niagan Falls Canada Buffalo and Rochester In the latter city they will be the guest of the Rev Father T J Tin mons and his mother The engagement of Miss Iary Anna Thoben and Victor IL Webe has been announced and the wed dingwill be solemnized on Thurs clay September 10 Rev Dr O I Ackermaif will officiate John Hanrahan Otto Kaufman Emmet Hanrahan and Patricl Sheehan spent Sunday at the Cummings country home at Belmont where they were entertained inmost a hospitable manner Miss Margie Sheridan and her aunt Mrs J T Went of Syracuse are visiting Mrs J Sheridan of Kenwood way Meadowbrook The hostess is the mother of the first and sister of the latter named guest Mr and Mrs John J Clare and daughter Miss Mayme of New Al bang have gone to Elmira N Y to spend a week at Mr Clares fox mer home Mr Clare is an applican for Railroad Commissioner Ini IndianaCharles Anderson son of Em11 Anderson resident of the South ern Planing Mill is suffering from ia malignant attack of fever at his fathers home on Virginia avenue Ills family and friends arc hoping for his speedy recovery Masters Emmet and Will Hannon Suns of Edward D Itannoii Chair man of the Board of Aldermen of Paducah have returned home afte spending five weeks in Louisville aR the guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs Thomas Hannon 1321 Bardstonw road Daniel Livingston of Lawrence Neb who has been visiting his mother Mrs Ellen Evans of Nev Albany has returned home He has resided In Nebraska for twentyntm years and has prospered Mr Liv Ingston lis editor and publisher of the Lawrence Locomotive Miss Catherine Ludwig anti Clarence J Schmitt well known young people of the East End were united in marriage at St Bonifacei hurch Tuesday morning The irideelect is a daughter of Andrew B Ludwig and the lucky groom holds a responsible position with the oulsvlllo Nashville Railroad Como any Miss Ella M Gibson and John T Hack well known young people of New Albany were married by the lev Father Charles Curran in the ectory of Holy Trinity chunk on ionday evening Mr and Mrs mack left for a trip to the Northern akes and will be at home to their friends at 530 East Eighth street New Albany atter October 1 Miss Genevieve Magdalene Conroy and Alphonsus L Shader will be united In matrimony at St Frances ot Rome church in Clifton on Vednesday morning September 8 the Rev Father Thomas W White officiating Miss Mary A Fitzgerald and Dennis Lanahan will be the attendants After breakfast at the rides home the happy couple will leave for New York and the East Miss Conroy is the daughter of Mr nd Mrs John P Conroy of Clifton NEW ALBANY PRIESTS ILL The Rev Father James Ryan as istant pastor of Holy Trinity church New Albany Is slowly improving at St Edwards Hospital Early in tho week ho was stricken with what ap eared to be typhoid fever Since then the physicians have declared his ailment to be malarial fever It Is hoped that he will be fully recovered store another week goes by The venerable Father Faller of St Marys church New Albany was also quito m1I early in the week and om account otl his advanced age great apprehension was caused Fortunately he huts taken a turn for the better and is now paved to be on the high road to covert JAMES LYNN REMEMBERED- At the regular meeting of St jcilias Conference of the St VIn- cent de Paulls Society last Sunday iproprlate resolutions were adoptI edi on the death of James Lynn n nerable and respected member of- the conference whoso demise was ted recently The committee thatI drafted the resolutions was made u- pofleter Tevlin Peter M Andriot and Edward D Kelly TALKING PRODUCES WRINKLES A prominent scientist has given theI world the valuable Information that too much t lklngproiluctJI Inkles Wrinkles will come sooner or later to art who live long onearth- t j too much talk often brings rable ABJr before the llaee that indteatfttlte piaaalnc of yeara appear 1909 November Election 1909 f VOTE FOR IIi W 0 HEAD I IAND THE I Straight rrDemocratic Ii it Ticket t N NN N Od 4N NO N N NNN N+ N N N N Grand ExcursionTO ASPER IIND Yia Railwayr Soulhern BY THE NIGHTS 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 50ChIldren1 1 GRAND OFFICERS Elected at Indianapolis by Delegates to Indiana Jurisdiction The Grand Council Y M I Ind ana jurisdiction met at Indlanapoll on Tuesday and Wednesday and disposed of a vast amount of business The following Grand officers wer chosenChajlalnItcv Francis Gavick Tr dlanapolis President Maurice J Scanlon Indianapolis First Vice President Paul Bonnet IndianapolisSecond Vice President James Aslinbrenncr New Albany SecretaryJoseph C Schrclner In dlunllIiolisfreasurer II Callahan Terr hauteMarshalH IL Sherlock Lafayette Grand Directors Patrick Hanlon Indiailapoljs and John Jleichlc ot North Vernon Holdover Director Joseph Sowar Brazil M F Me Charty Indianapolis The Committee on Laws presentee a voluminous report and the Grant Council was called upon to consider ninetyeight amendments It was decided to hold biennial sessions ot the Grand Council after 1910 All new councils will be hereafter carried on under the Detroit plan that Is a member on reaching the age ol thirtyfive years must retire from active participation After paying all expenses more than 1000 was left In the treasury It was decided to begin an active campaign fox new councils at once Among the visitors were Deputy Supreme fresh dent R M Kellly Supreme Secretary Slinger and Supreme Trustee Charles F Pfeffer ILLNESS PROVES FATAL William J Bishop a well known member of Division 3 A O IT died it the home of his brother in law Charles J Finegan 314 North Nine teenthftreet Wednesday Afternoon in failing health for twoearspast and his death was not unexpected The deceased was hirtyfour years old and is survived jy his wife Mrs Susie Bishop and his parcntsi William anti Barbara Bishop Mr Bishop had been engaged in the grocery business since boyhood and until his final illness vas associated with his brotherIn aw Charles J Finegan The funeral took place from St Patricks ihurch Friday morning He was affiliated with the Woodmen of the World as well as with the Hibernians amI was held in high esteem by all who knew him MAOKIN COUNCIL The attendance at Mackin Council was small TUesday night owing to- thefaet that many of the members vere participating in social affairs Isewhere The committee arrang- Ing for the celebration of the six enth anniversary of the council re orted progress All the other bust ness transacted was ofa routine ature tSTMASTER WOODS HONORED A Postmaster Robert E Woods returned home Wednesday rom Toledo Ohio and other points hi- the East and North Mr Woods attended the national convention of ostmasterij at Toledo last week itd was honored tll rebye1ectlon- asa Vice President of the orgaiiiaa on Richmond Ya was chosen an the next plea of aieetlnf t D 7Vt1tULEVSThursday Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday Matinee AL G FIELDSMINSTRELS FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Free Band Concerts Nigh Class Vaudeville Dancing and Popular Features FREE GATE RIVERVIEW PARK Louisvilles Brightest Spot FREE CONCERTS Catering especially to ladies and children Dancing every afternoon and evening ex cept Sunday FINEST PARK RESTAURANT IN THE SOUTH SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILES FOR 150 ON THE ELEGANT STEAMERS City of Cincinnati City of LouisvilleO- ne of the above steamers leaves wharf oat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a m goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving tome about 8 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season N OW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings 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BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind In the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles DZ8CIUPTIONU34 CB THOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRY 1 JJ1 PULS DYER AND CLEANER Lashes and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3638 528 Fifth Street HENRY MOLD BHAUCR IN Stapli and Fancy Grocirits A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty ceP eu 540 W WALNUT MACAULEVS I Theaterwillengagemente dayotoAIfacauley has booked the beat rJine of attraction that evercame to Louisville for th4 ooinkif MMOB r rj HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Ilss Elizabeth King made a hit with her country store Division 1 will not meet until a wet k from next Tuesday night Mrs DIe Welsh Was the star in the Irish breakdown Tuesday night Divisions I 2 and 4 were well rep resented at the Hill Tuesday night Wednesday night is the regular meeting night for the Ladies Aux diary The division nt Pueblo Col ex pects to Initiate a large class in the near future The four divisions at Pawtucket IL I have inaugurated a movement to secure a new hall Division 2 will have a social ses sloe next Irldny night and all the divisions are invited to attend The County Hoard will meet next Wednesday night Matters ot fur portance arc to be discussed State President George J Butler wore a beaming smile when he saw the great crowd at the joint picnic Thursday will be the regular meet- Ing night for Division 3 and plans for the anniversary celebration will be elaborated upon Members of the order in Minneapolis have taken preliminary steps taughtinThe social session given by Divis ion 4 Monday night was a hummer It put all in a goon humor and made them all better Hibernians- D J Coleman was the premier hustler for Division 3 at Ihoenix Hill 1nrk Thursday night He seemed to be everyhwere nt once Returns from Connecticut divisions indicate that the order in that State is better off in membership property and finances than ever Boston will probably get the next Massachusetts State convention be cause It is the only city large enough to handle an affair of such magni tudeThat Hibernian crowd made a fine impression on the Democratic candi dates who were visitors Tuesday night They were given Warm welcomes but were not importuned to blow themselves St Paul Minn has a Hibernian baseball league and when Divisions 4 and 0 crossed bats the last time the score was close until the ninth inning when Division 9 made nine runs and won the game STILL IN TIlE RACE Louisvilles baseball team will play the final game of the present series with Columbus on the home grounds this afternoon Tomorrow they will open a series of three games at Toledo and before the Colonels return they are scheduled to play four games each at Colum bus and Indianapolis Thus far the Colonels are holding up well mud still have an excellent chance for the pennant What the team feeds most now is encouragement The local fans quit too early in the action An error a base on balls or a strike out is condemned at once as an unpardonable sin Time fans forget the star work of A player of the day before Just boost the Col onels a little and see what the result will be The team will return home on September 9 to remain un til the season closes BISHOPS CONSECRATION The Right Rev Edmund Dunne will be consecrated Bishop in the Cathedral at Chicago on September 1 and will take formal possession of his see of Peoria on September 8 Very Rev Father D J Riordan pastor of St Elizabeths church Chicago who preached the sermon when Btshop elect Dunne celebrated his first mass will also deliver the sermon on the occasion of his con secration FOR LOCAL CHAMPIONSHIP Great interest is attached to the second game of the Portland and Butchertotvn teams which takes place tomorrow at Portland Iark the first game last Sunday resulting in a victory for Portland The win ner of the series will then play off with Glenwoods for championship of the Falls Cities Doherty and Yantz will be the battery for Portland while Harper and Evans will be the mainstay for Butchertown Umpires Ryan and Murphy will officiate IJEFFERSOXVILLE WEDDING Miss Nellie M Spahr and William B Cisco popular young people of Jeffersonvllle were united in mar riage in the recto of St Augustines church by the Rev Father OConnell on Wednesday morning The attend ants were Louis Kerberg and Miss Ray Cook After a breakfast at the home of the bride Mr and Mrs Clscp left for Atlantic City and New York on a bridal tou- rscuoor SUPPLIES The Charles A Rogers Book Com pant whose advertisement appears in another column is prepared to supply school books stationery and school supplies at the lowest prices Parents with children of school age will do well to visit the Charles A Rogers Book Company before mak- Ing purchases of school supplies CATHOLIC CENTRAL VEREIN The national meeting of the Ger InIndlanapthe people of the Hoosier capital are making great preparations to enters theOathollcI CLEAN BRASS Pour strong ammonia on Itthen scrub well with a brushy rinse in cold water and polish with a soft dry cloth Lacquered brass should be washed occasionalU wjth warm soapy water and then dried With V dryhaJDOblIkIaf U VERY SLOW i Is Progress of LloydGeorge Budget la the lionscoi Common The Irish Parliamentary Party Is Pursuing AiiJEven Tenor Dig Meeting at Mouasterhoici e Pledges Support to John Itedmoml STRONG RESOLUTIONS PASSED While the people of England gen orally and the House of Commons In particular are growing more anilI more divided over the tloydOeorge budget the Irish party in Parlia meat is pursuing the even tenor of its way They want the BIrrell bill passed as well as the budget Home rule will come next Lord Norfol- and the English Catholic clergy for getful of the aid glvcl them by the Irish members of Parliament are trying fo place every possible ob cominginto pllrascltorEnglandtine nglandfirlltlimit the Irish members are mov ing right along nndnre receiving dayVeryf Irishmen was meld at Monasterbolce for the purpose of strengthening the United Irish League In that district and of furthering the division of the pleJosephQueenstown presided Mr Dolan is President of the Executive Commit tee of the league N T Murphyof Monastcrboice presented resole ions which read in part as follows That we pledge ourselves to sup partyingovernment for Ireland and in or der to do so that we help to establish and strengthen a branch of the parishIneverylegitimatebreak up the grass lands and have them divided among the small farm ers and deserving laborers in dis tricts so as to relieve congestion- In presenting his resolutions Mr Murphy said that all would have to admit that the Irish party was do ing all that was possible for the re lief of each and every one of them In his opinion he said the Uirrell bill would be n great improvement over the land bills that went before it and the idea was to get that through the House of Commons Hon Thomas Callas Mayor of Drogheda seconded the resolutions and took occasion to say that the untenanted lund belonged to the people If the people get this land their young men will not have to emigrate to make a living but would remain contentedly at home explainedthntment had been on foot to restore the land of Ireland to the Irish peo pIe and the movement was still going on with Irresistable force If the landlords he said can hot set the land on the eleven months sys acceptthelow it to be divided among the peo pIe who would turn it to the most advantage After several other speeches of a similar nature the resolutions were adopted and It was decided by unanimous vote to stand by Hon John Hedmond and his partyFriday of lust week the House of Commons held an all night session and the Government succeeded hi passing through the committee clauses of the budget imposing a tax on land values but the land tax as amended and passed differs ma terially from the measure originally proposed Under the original the cost of the valuation was imposed on the owners This charge has been taken over by the State how ever which will be called upon to spend for this purpose 10000000 This will be more than the first years taxes will produce FANCIES OF FASHION Most of the new coats show added fullnessShadow striped mohairs are ex cellent for traveling wear AN the pretty faded washed ou dyes continue to be modish Oriental designs and colorings have a great vogue among parasols There Is a rumor that jackets will not figure In the autumn styles High waisted onepiece frocks are quaint and charming for children Narrow embroidered silk ties are worked in colors on white or a color Messaline silks In exquisite Dres den pattern make the daintiest of underwearGold silver threads and col ored silks are much used to ornament filet net lace Skirtings are nearly all striped which adds to the long lined effects of the season Cross stitch embroidery has a re vival It Is used on cushion covers table covers bags etc Filet lace or embroidery on net ting Is one of the most fashionable e trimmings of the hour Sashes are used wherever a line needs lengthening or floating end will enhance an effect Shaded chiffon In two umbers Isto thlsfaUoversUkI iU A few gathers have crept In as a relief from the tight skirt anti even plaitt are once more employed 3 IRELAND Record of the non Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges reportthatAll Don gal Is mourning the death of the Rev Father John McAteer curate ot Mevagh Patrick Morris a blacksmith died at his home In Louth at the age of 100 years and five months Belfast is becoming very progressive During July the electric cars carried 848371 passengers James Halpin M P member for West Clare died recently In London Ho was a staunch Irish Nationalist Thomas Ctmugh has been unan imously elected relieving ofllcer for the Llsburn district by the Llsburn GuardiansJames Nolan has been reelected Chairman of the County Kerry Com mittee of Agriculture and Technical InstructionMaster James Fitzpatrick of Newry County Down received two spenkIng Waterford Guardians have passed a vote of condolence with James Walsh a respected member on the death of his wife ork dered prayers for fine weather to be said in the mass until the first Sunday In October Robert Tierney a laborer at the Galway gas works became sud denly ill on returning from work and died within two hours Arthur Hughes Dundalks harbor master died after an illness of five days He was popular with all classes and his death Is generally regretted enJoyIng vested and the crop is good Second crop potatoes are In bloom and most promisingThomas Grady has been elected clerk of the Petty Sessions at Crusheen County Clare to succeed John Hehir who resigned after thirty years service John Olancey and Thomas Casey both of CarrlckonSulr have been Oarnegleheroboy from drowning in the River Suir The saw mills at CarrlckonSulr County Tipperary have reopened after lying idle for ten years Forty hands are now employed and the number will soon be greatly In creasedThe wife of Joe Connors of Clohamon County Wexford has given birth to triplets The little fellows seems to be particularly healthy and are doing well Sister Mary Malachi an esteemed member of the Presentation commu nity at Mldleton County Cork Is dead at the age of sixtyone years She entered the convent when nine teen years old Before becoming a religious she was Miss Margaret MaloneyGeneral regret is expressed in County Louth over the death of the ROT Father Peter McCartney pas tor of the parish of Mullabawn Father McCartney provided factories in order to furnish employment for the young people of his parish and to keep them in Ireland CRITERION CLUB DANCE The Criterion Club announces Its fourteenth annual select dance at Liederkranz Hall Sixth and Walnut streets on Monday evening October 18 Collins band will furnish the music TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council is preparing for a big initiation next Monday night President Kelly is anxious for a full attendance of officers and members in order that tile exemplification of the degree work may be mnde duly impressiveAUSTRALIAN CATHOLICS The third Australian Catholic Congress will convene at Sydney on September 29 and will close October 3 His Eminence Cardinal Moran will preside at the sessions and will open the congress with Pontifical high mass On September 30 the delegates will be entertained with a music festival KEEPING SILVER BRIGHT If a liberal sprinkling of baking soda is added to the boiling water In which silver cutlery is immersed it will come out clean and bright also use a little soda and alcohol to re movq dark or persistent stains on silver This is better than the mineral compounds as soda is soluble and therefore requires less work to gain good results WHEN MAKING JAMS When making jams and mar altogethertmore way In the oven Instead of cooking on top of the range where constant attention and stirring are imperative Turn the burner down low and as your jam thickens around the edges of the pan kettle or crock stir It down No further attention Is neces sary until it Is done and you run ab uolutely no risk of burning It ANOTHER PLACE There was pie fordessert and the small son of the hostess taking ad vantage of the presence of company pleaded for a second helping and got it After he had eaten it all he showed signs of distress and was soon howling lustily and doubled up with painA rather prim lady who was press ent said to the boys mother Hes got no business to yell like that If he were my child hed get a good sound spanking He deserves it1 the mother ad mitted I dont believe though in stomachsNeither do 1 said the visitor but you can turn him over TROUBLESOME INSECTS Saturate a soft sloth with coal oil and thoroughly rub outside of screen loon Thte le enpeclally Rood form FRANK FEHR BREWING CO JNOORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INOORPORATED LOUISVILLE JCY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Homo 76717672 Cumb Will 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 1913THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bare and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ri- N JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORA TB- DBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM EERii 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST WINES LIQUORS IISARS VALS SALOON VAL LJCqTJCR Paor Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 4C4S W ORE2IS2V C40T HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PearlI of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1848 234 SIXTH STREET ore opening on a porch where flies a mosquitoes congregate They will never come near If oil Is used as directed LEANSLIGUlOAJtP TS Try block magnesia rubbing it thoroughly IIn the ca and sweeping This is a good tiIenI okaa bath rugs that ire adt H ie1 as they de not ifcare to b Wt1t CtI1 I All new Spring and Summer styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices r I Joi Dougherty Everett fanning I Dougherty Lannins BEST QUALITY Pittsburg and JellieDl Coal Now Is the time to lay in your winter supply of coal Try Dougherty Lanning for the best quality of Plttsburg and Jellico Coal 1 Homo Phone 1783 w ss W Cor Seventh and Magnolia Give your boys to education thud will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xarerian brothers Classical Scientific and Business Course PrepAratory De EquippedOvnnadum MONON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO lining and ParUr Care Palace lrawlflRealty Sullen E H BACON DP A N W Cor Fourth and Market Sti Loniiv xy- rt iI 0 1 t KTiSOSY IRISH AJMEQRI AN 1009Net Cost Per 1000 Age 21 1327 Age 38 oj 3075 Age 55 This illustrates what the SOUTHERN NATIONAL LIFE will do for you in the matter of RATES oft highclass life in surance Its BETTER than you can do in other companies FEATURES about insurance And there are other SPECIAL in this company which appeal to a wideawake level headed man i Phone Main 280 write or call Southern I Nationalw Life InsuranceI a CompanyHome Office Lincoln Building Louisville Ky ED L WILLIAMS President W L KENNETT First Vice Pres J H DICKEY Treasurer JOHN W RAY General Counsel W O HEAD Second Vice Pres K ALLEN Medical Director B H POINDEXTER Secretary M MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there Is no time when It Is ap predated more than in the summer A PIANOFARRr Will supply this music If there Is ao one In the family that can play AU one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection- Is to insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- eclllanMONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OQlS030 PAUIiTI1 AVENUE tjse NNN NNN N NN+ +NNONNNNN1 NNO Creamers Business School 1 J D CREAQER Principal Bookkeeping Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting and kin dred subjects taught Day and Night Sessions Students enroll at any time Our system has superior advantages have teachers and the nicest quarters of i the business schools Iin Louisville Call to see us if mayII SECOND AND BRECKINRIDCJE KK REPEAT ORDERS For any article are the best evidence of Its merit Ask any Mulloy customer about the quality and freshness of Mulloys Teas and Coffees Phone a trial order for his SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC 45excellentC- COFFEE MUJLLOY ROASTER NomePhonaldal Q14 W IAI2KIDT a TRIDIrr I g GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SUM TUB CELEBRATED NORTH STAR RffRlGfRALOO I The Only Insulation with Cork The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered deslr ered desirable In a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the public TRY US FORy ARTISTIC JOB PRIN TNG DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and IHdrse Shoeing Fore I SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Iet4 Phorn 2399 OFFICE ANDFOROI 713715 SEVENTH STREET NO GET T E GENUINE DIAMOND 0 SU8 KENTUCKY WALL Manufactured WALL PLASTER PlASTERCD by the Incorporated Brook aulS River Phoua 267LollIvlJeIC Also Operatlaw Hoosier Wan Ploater PntJeffonoltvlUo Iud Pheae e5- 5riu 1 nt HUH U U lU WIXM tJlfiuIIAfiIY- a 14 TIT I 1 StretdAL e JJ 4j-Z Z a 4 ON TO JASPER Knights of St John Plat Mammoth Excursion Tomorrow I Commandery No 80 Knights of St John will conduct an excursion to Jasper Ind the center of a grea j Catholic community tomorrow morning returning tomorrow night I The run will be made via the Southern railway leaving the Union Depot Seventh and river at 74 oclocksharp On the return trip It will leave Jasper at 7 oclock Tin good people of Jasper have mad great preparations to entertain the Invading hosts from Kentucky am a good time Is promised all wo par ticipate in the excursion Many Knights and their friend have signified their intention of carrying their families along A rate of 150 has been made for adults children under twelve half fare and children under five years free Com mandery No 80 Is perhaps more familiarly known as St Anthony Commandery because the majorit of its members belongl to St Anthonys congregation but the Knights from the other command eries in Louisville Jeffersohvlle am New Albany will participate In the excursionIn to St Anthonys there are cbmmanderles ut St Bonifaces St Martins St Peters and St Jo sephs In Louisville St Anthonys in Jeffersonville and St Marys In New Albany The Knights ot St John 1Is one of the strong Catholic fraterna insurance organizations In Ken membershipII Is largely German inNety 1ehnsylvanla and Ohio the jnajorit of the Knights are Iris- hEXPERIENCE With His Own Helped toI Save Anothers Baby James Maher of Brooklyn is the father of eighteen children am what he doesnt know about eon vitlmons measles mumps whooping cough and such things wouldnt taki a doctor long to learn Maher also iis inspector for the Coney Islandant l Brooklyn railway This much is tliougn to lead up to the main story A young mother had a young baby in a street car Saturday afternoon and the Infant gotconvulsions and the mother got hysterics and tin other women in the car got into the street The motorman stopped tin car which was all he could think ol in his excitement Here yelled Muher as he got aboard and took in the situation get to that drug store on the cor ner quick and bring back some mus lard and a dishpan of hot water The motorman soon was back with them Maher swiftly took the babys clothes off and lad its feet in a hot mustard bath while the womer gathered around and wondered why none of them had thought of it Youve saved the kids life said a surgeon from Seney Hospital Youre all right You did just what was needed t All the women Insisted on shaking i hands with Maher before the cat started again i iAS PAPA SEES IT i A young student of the festive t game of poker met Thomas D dines i Saturday and inquired Does three t of a kind beat two pair Well re i plied Tom Ive got three of a kind t and it seems like a full house to- met He wajl thinking of the third boy that arrived at his home In I Grainger Court last Friday night the new baby will be christened at Holy Cross church tomorrow after noon Another proud young papa this week is John T Rodgers the popular linotype operator A fine baby boy has arrived at his house 1020 Bank street The first one was a girl and both are treasures of the Rodgers household CATHOLIC CHAUTAUQUA The Western Catholic Chautauqua which opened at Spring Bank Lake Ononomowoc Wis last week is well attended this week and even a still greater number of visitors arc ex pected during the coming week No admission fee is charged and all visitors are made welcome The speakers arid subjects for next week areMonday German Americanism and Its Meaning William George Bruce Tuesday The Parish Schimatlc Rev Sylvester J Dow ling Thursday The Russian Schism Rev Joseph S La Boule D C L Friday Conservative Rad icalism lIon Paul D Carpenter IIEPHERD WELCOMED HOME The Most Rev Arclibishop Parley arrIved In New York harbor Wednesday and was given a rousing wel come home by his priests and people An excursion steamer was chartered for the occasion and evornl hundred clergymen and lead- Ing laymen met the ship down tho bay where they greeted the return- Ing Archbishop Monsignor Joseph F Mooney administrator of thb rchdtocese notified every priest In the vicinityof the arrangements Tater the people will bid Archbishop parleya welcome home in one of the large New Yfrk halls FORGING AHEAD Frank Cunningham General Pas enger Agent of the Henderson orate with headquarters In St iouis spent a touple of days In ouisville this week He brought Oer the members of the St Louis dvertlslhg Mens League to attend he national convention of the Asao ilated Advertising Clubs of Amerlc fir Cunningham is forging right tam thQ front In railroad circles and li eqognized as one of St Louis most rdgreselye business m8n P011TAINIi xIlRY PARK Thee rammer eMbii tit JVonteM Ferry Park Is drhlwng rmpSdlj to 1 lose but tM r Mem to be no SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets at Fa11s City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr RyanRecording Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergaantatArms Andrew Curran Sentinel Louis Moller- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresldentrCfln J Ford Vice President D D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FinanclalSecretary JnoT Keaney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Brown SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeen and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Suljlvan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens FlnanclalSecretaryJ 0 Uesslon Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Wm P Me Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Wlnn Treasurer Harry Brady SentinelMichael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall County President John Kennedy resldentLouls Constantine Vice PresidentRobert Qleason InFinancialTreasurerBernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmoni Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy j Y 101 r MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos D Clines Second Vice President Samuel L Robertson IRecording SecretaryThomas F Bachman SecretaryWilllanFBurkeFinancial SecretaryFrank 0 AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside SentinelWillIam D An drlott t 1I1EIOEttlq tln tb l Wonderful to Take at Change of Life i2 Plate Irk March 2nd 1808 Hue taken Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tool during IS years as needed find alwlI1I got the desired recalls hue used It for all raj famll strangersAltbonbsand It good daring pregnancy it will do awa with ell those dis resting symptom such a chokinG sDlotherllg palpltatlonl hytterics tromblliur IIlldJ5leefleSlatllJ 1try it slsterilI It IIs wonderful you or child II- also find this Tonic good for gas on the stomach and Indigestion one or two doles will teller that distressed feeling at once from I to S headacbelItry aliment not disappoint yon MRs J W WESTCOTT NewHexpitation nf the heart after baring used raster Koeulffs Nerve Tonic I feel entirelyI well A Valuable took on Nor FFREE Samplebottltlenta also gut the medicine free Prepared by the REv FATHER KOKVIO ot Tort Wayne lad since 1876 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III too Lako Street told by Druggists at SI per Bottle 6 for Mi Urge Sire 17511 0 Bottle for SUo falling off in attendance It is a quiet and restful place as nature made it but the free gate open air concerts and vaudeville have corn bined to make it most attractive Next week the usual attractions will be in full blast and with good weather the crowds will be as great as ever PRIEST MOURNS MOTHER All Kentuckians condole with the Rev Father Thomas 8 Major of Frankfort whose venerable mother Mrs Ellen Dudley Major died at the residence of her daughter Mrs R C Auld in Indianapolis on Sunday The deceased was a native of Ken tucky and was a member of one of the oldest families in the State Be sides Father Major and Mrs Auld the is survived by another son Dr George Major of Bellevue Ky She was eighty years old and had been In ill health for some time MR SIIAUGHNESSr RESIGNS John Shauglmcssy has tendered his resignation as manager of the malt House after two years of faith ful service He will rest and recupe ate at his former home in Madison Ind before seeking a new berth luring his stay in Louisville Mr ihaughnessy made many friends mrtlcularly among the Irish and Catholics and his departure is sincerely deplored Arthur Zlnk for Home time past chief clerk at the popular hostelry haft been appointed tanager ORGAN FOR ST PETERS According to advices from Rome 81l International committee has been t presenttnKahis forthcoming golden episcopal jubilee a colossal rganfQtlnlltalla Atonresent there are a number of organ JIn St PeUfrsY but all are of very interior character The- rohlymaof d 8ljfnlng an Instrument that will IiarmonliB with tbf proper tIODIcDC1itle of the great builds Is a ffluienh ow I i CANADAS CATHOLIC Will Hold First Plenary Council In Quebec Basilica The first Plenary Council of Can ada will take place at Quebec In the Basilica of Notre Dame on Sunday September 19 The Archbishops Bishops Vicars and Prefects Apqs tolio and Administrators of vacahi sees will attend Besides the auxiliary Bishops and titular Bish op of the Province the Mitred Abbbl of Oka the proctors of the absent Bishops the delegates of the chap tore of tie metropolitan churches tint Cathedrals the Vicar General am domestic prelates of His Holiness Plus X the rectors of Catholic unlver slUe the supervisors of the higher seminaries provincials of the relle lous orders and the theologians am canons of the Bishops wilt have ta voice In the deliberations The Apostolic Delegate to Canad will preside at the council Two days preceding the solemn opening of tin Council will be spent in nominating the omcers members of commissIons and such matters Decrees studlei by special commissions will be dis cussed in the plenary meetings am In the solemn sessionpromulgatedbo held every Sunday In the Basilica of Quebec The acts ant decrees of the council must then be submitted to Rome for approval by the Holy See ALL ABLE MEN Were Delegates to the Great I T U Meeting The best test of a national convention is shown when the people iIn the city In which it was held want it back again That the members of the International Typographic Union conducted themselves Ilk gentlemen Is shown by an editorial in the St Joseph Mo Gazette Ihe typos recently held their annual convention in that city This is what the editor says The delegates to the International Typographical Union convention wil close their work today and leave for their homes St Joseph has heel glad to have them here and it regret that its visitors arc so soon to leave The sessions of this conventior have brought new light to every moat not a member of the craft who liar attended one of them First it hat been a convention of strong able men Not a single State in tin Union can produce a Legislature composed of such uniformly strong high grade men as compose the body just now closing its deliberations If more rcgislatures were of as high grade as this convention the country would hAve better laws In procedure the convention has proved itself composed of able parliamentarians It has been most dignifiedand orderly more so than the overage commercial body 01 State Legislature The delegates are not only fine looking men but their work on the floor proves that the ability goes with the good looks Indeed President Lynch might and I memIPresident Ritter of the Amerlcar Newspaper Publishers Association with every assurance of winning the beauty prize I IThe convention ends with St Josephs respect for the craft it rep resents highly increased These men have proved themselves fine able types of American citizenship and St Joseph gives them all a hearty I gomIIlone come a permanent resident of this I cityIf you can not stay now come again and come soon I IYOUNG MANS POLICY National Life Insur ance Company whose home office IIs lin Louisville and whose advertisement appears In another column has I inaugurated a new policy for young men At the age of twentyone years the net cost per 1000 Is only 1009 at thirtyeight years 13271 and at fiftyfive years 3075 per annum The company is a home institution and numbers among its officers and Directors such men of sterling integrity as Ed L Williams President W L Kennett First Vice President W O Head Democratic nominee for Mayor Second Vice President B H Polndexter Secre tary J H Dickey Treasurer John W Bay General Counsel and Dr M K Allen Medical Director NOTED PRIEST DEAD The Rev Father Thomas J Ducey rector of St Leos church New York City and one of tho most vldely known priests in the United States died at St James Hospital Long Island last Sunday He suffered from dropsy and had been ill nore titan a year For several npnths past his case had been regarded as hopeless Years ago father Ducey was a friend of the late James 0 Blaine and had tests of friends among nonCath lies Ills death is generally and Incerely regretted RIVEUVIE PARK Fireworks free vaudeville and the olored jubilee singers continue to draw crowds to Rivenlew Park De pith the cool weather the attend aqce this week has been above the rdinary The management prom Istes another fascinating line of at actions next week and favorable weather will be the one thing neces sary to insure good crowds both fternoon and evening- TAKES BRIEF REST Henry fA Kraft President of the Kentucky Market his wife and chll dren jety Tuesday to spend several eeks at Bay View Mich Mr Kraftjmay visit Detroit Chicago Newo York and Brooklyn before rep irhlng home Ks deuyed life trip tQIi Witness the fiolnblnr toueheso- he KtoUckr Market Hoot sifttd Grsu ST MARYS COLLEGE ST MARY MARION CO KY Commercial Course with Business College features High School Course preparation for Law Medicine Pharmacy Dental and Engineering hqol Collegiate Course preparation for Seminaries and Uni versitiesNew Gymnasium with Instructor For Catalogue addressYREV MICHAEL JAOLOWICZ C R President ST MARY KENTUCKY CnttrM11iA N CottI E61 FOR BOYS OF GOOD CHARACTER Courses == Preparatory Commercial College CAMPUS OF FOURTEEN ACRES Boarding students safeguarded morally and physically Rates reasonable For particulars address JNO M COONEY A M PRES Owensboro Ky I For Your Furniture Wants r I WANT Ryi My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best JAMES GREENE r 425 427 and 429 East Market Streetoj NN NN NN NNNN N NNe HOME PHONE 5687 CLIMB Main 2712 A HENRYlSb FLORIST Plants Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE Charles and Texas Sts 556 4th St POS OPPOSITB +r OPPIO t 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