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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr I KENTUCKY BUL VOLUME XXIIINO il LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SAW THINGS For Himself and Writes in an Interesting Manner of Ireland Judge Matt ODoherty Tolls Old Friends About Ills Tour Praises Parl y Party and Gh tilt to SIGHT ing portion of the population and greatlylmprovedIn the land laws are plainly visible already and as you well know it o1anylawsfelt or can be tully appreciated The amendment to the land laws which the present Parliament is sure to pass will be more farreaching j and of still wider benefit to the country It means the compulsory sale of tracts which could not have existinglaw 1 that Secretary Birrell and other includingthefar as the public opinion of the I permit IrelandThey I have been led in the right path as we might say educated to bythefrom OConnell to Dillon but this I ought not to detract one iota from their credit nor does it I I am very glad to be able to say a1JIparty4 popularI grosslyexnggeratedlhe support of a goodly portion of the younger element but it can not be regarded unqualifiedly as a dissen sion although on the whole I think it ill advised Even the appearance of dissension should be avoided but where men feel and think as car nestly anti intently as do the people of Ireland in reference to their countrys welfare it is quite reason opinionLaterJudgeODoherty patronizing r their efforts in the cause of temperance Through their efforts there are stores in Dublin Belfast I and elsewhere where none but Irish products are sold To quote the Judge again Without going into further details I might sum up the result of saying the tidy appears to have at last turned In favor of Ireland The peer pIe seem to have taken on a new spirit and there is a hopefulness nay more a determination to make Ireland prosper everywhere which is most gratifying CATHOLIC PREMIER Count HolBtelBLedreborg1 the new Premier of Denmark is the first Catholic Prime Minister since the Reformation Although he Js past the age of seventy lie is looked on as the broadest minded statesman in liia country and after tha King of Denmark had consulted with nearly every man of note includlnfl Admiral Richelieu l1efelt himself under the necessity of VecalllnJC Comi ITolsteliijLedrebcrjr who had Men out of politics for over ninej teen years That no protest what ever nor even the slightest criticism of Count HolsteinLedreborg has been made on religious grounds shows that religious intolerance is becoming less and less in all Protestant countries this has been largely brought about by the tact of the hierarchy and of Catholics espcciallJ BELOVED MATRON Called Suddenly to Enter Upon Her Eternal Reward Sincere regret was expressed among Irish Catholics all over the city Monday when it became known that Mrs Johanna Connelly had died at her homo 1132 South Seventh street early that morning Mrs Connelly was born In Ireland about sixty years ago but had spent more than forty years in St Louis Ber hadbeennoon nnd dbl not complain of fool If l- mBrigade in the army U4 t to FT S lmbwfast dInyearshavetried by the English courts and sen tenced to death on the charge C1fI high treason This sentence was Imprisonmentfor I yearin tforthat President Roosevelt acting in aE securedIiiscitizonslmipCol Australiaethe son of an Irish colonist and civil engineer Arthur graduated from the University of Melbourne and engineerIllswhere he pursued his studies stillr further and also devoted much time to German French and English lit erature After publishing several i books on scientific subjects he took lip journalism as a profession and was sent to Paris as correspondent for the London Mail For the same paper he was sent to South Africa when the Doer war was declared lIeS sided with the Boers organized the first Irish brigade to help them arid fought side by side with Col John Q Blake until thewar was over GRAND GATHERING I Of Hibernians Is Expected At Division 2sOuting meetingInFriday night of last week President Con J Ford occupied the chair and complimented the members on the attendance which was the best in several months It was announced that there would be several new can didates proposed for the next meet lug Joseph Lynch the Vice Presi dent reported that the committee I arranging for the picnic was making rapid progress in ltd work and that there was every indication that flattering success would attend their efforts Raymond Barrett who will bet in charge qf the euchre an nounced that many valuable prizes had been secured tor both the afternoon and evening games After the regular business had been concluded fie Literary Com + mittee provided an abundance of refreshments and the members en- Ernest joyed a social sisaion with C Smith as toastmaster T R Ran made art interesting talk and all the members enjoyed a pleasant evening Everybody talked about the picnic on Monday September SO awl all promised to inakG it nollfas1i honed Irish reunion Breakdowns and oldfasWaiifkl quadrilles jvllli take up part DC the time in the danciiiff Hull ilHitrttiere will he plenty of wptod t dftaoe music for the young peoplenr GRATIFYING Is Increase Shown in Enrollment Pnroclilrtl School Pupils Catholic Parents Have LearnedI Their Value For Their Children Commercial Schools and Acad emles Arc Affording Higher Education RELIGIOUS ORDERS ENGAGED The parochial schools academies and colleges of the diocese of Louis ville reopened for the school term of 190910 last Monday Notwith standing that it was Labor day and a national holiday the enrollment was most gratifying and every parochial school in the city showed an appreciate increase in the number of pupils The colleges for boys and academies for girls also showed proportionsbutfull enrollment will be reached any where before next Monday Parents should see that their children start promptly and attend regularly if they want them to keep upwith their classmates Catholic parents are taking more interest in the parochial schools thou in former years Formerly it was claimed that the schools were not up to the standard That may have been true in some cases but the tone of all these schools have vastly Improved as the years have gone by Such an excuse holds good no longer Many Improvements have been made also in sanitary nr rnngehients in our Catholic schools and they now are on an equal loot- Ing iu that respect with the public stools of this city Another thing that has caused Catholic parents to revert to the parochial schools is that they want their children brought up ht a Christian environment In the city schools their children might he placed Ride by side withantiCath olic children and children of no faith The Catholic children might soon lose what little faith they had and could not regain it by attending a catechism lesson for half an hour on Sunday Besides the parochial schools or rather in connection with two of them Holy Name South Louisville and Sacred Heart Seventeenth and roadway excellent commercial courses have been established for the more advanced pupils In these Bookkeeping stenography and type writing are taught and within the past few years the graduates have secured lucrative positions in the commercial field There are a number of excellent teaching orders in Louisville Among them are the Sisters of Charity Sisters of Mercy Sisters of Loretto Ursuline Sisters the Xaverian Brothers and Brothers of Mercy ach Order has its own field and all arc doing good work St Xaviers College for boys on East Broadway shows an increased Presentation Academy Cedar Grove time Academy of Our Lady of Mercy Sacred Heart Acad emy and the Ursuline Academy nil show more pupils than were en olled last year The same gratifying reports come from the Cathedral St Patricks St Marys St Louis Bertrands St Bonifaces St Joraphs St Philip Neris St Pauls and St Vincent de Pauls St Peters St Georges St Helens St Cecilias and Holy Cross Even St Columbias on West Market cafe of the infant parochial schools huff seventy enrolled last expectingatMonday PRESBYTERIAN Mission House Has Statue to Gull Ignorant People A priest recently sojourning in Philadelphia has written an in uctive account of Ills wanderings in the Quaker City Speaking pf the efforts of Protestant ministers to proselytize Italian Catholics he says Thieve has been a very systematic effort malleto proselytize the Italians There are seven Prot extant churches in Philadelphia all erected by the mission societies for the purpose of winning converts One of them the Big Tin church as it Is known erected by Mr Converse President of the Baltimore locomotive works has something very novel for a Presbyterian house of worship This is a very beautiful statue of the Blessed Virgin Besides this there is an electric cross above the platform which looks very mtich like a Catholic altar All these mission chapels retain many Catholic emblems presumably in time belief that these simple pee pie must be weaned away little by little from the old faith The Episco palians have a college for boys with a statue of the Blessed Virgin above tht door I lave wade many in quirk anti have good reason to toossuccessful 1 A zealous young priest said to roe We spend tkousandsof dollars emery year in setHlfatf mUsionarieis to pagan land we inlflft well Qu stand a few extra thoi at the very work Protestant missionary s doing The problem of the Italians may bo said everywhere throughout t These people come her familiar with the langui ers to the customs and people As the Governnu the clergy at home th difficult to realize that go down in their pocke America nnd help to huh and schools Many of the men lID fcctcd by tho anticlr palgn which has been cr Italy for several general women are pious nnd g most allof them are pi goers The country gets and most ignorant classc reputation from the rellg point is acordingly not STATE FA1 Opens Monday Continue Wh- Week The Kentucky State Pal on the grounds in the so part of this city Mondn n n JOHN J BARRY Chairman on IrishAmerican Night and will remain open during the entire week There will be special features every day and every night Wednesday has been designated as Louisville and Southern Indiana day and the Mayors of the three Falls Cities have proclaimed hnlf holidays in trhesheep and of the kind ever seeniiiaJSiiKentucky There will also be special displays of poultry and collie dogs Harness racing will be a feature every after noon and some of the best saddle horses in the State will be on exhi bitionNight features have been arranged as follows Monday School chil drens night with Prof E IF Mark as Chairman Tuesday German American night Louis Seelbach Chairman Wednesday Labor night John Recktenwnld Chairman Thursday Military night Col Harry Qrinstead Chairman Friday Irish American night John J Barry nightJyIrIshchosen to preside on IrishAmerican night has named the following committee to assist him George J Butler P J Welsh Thomas Keenau Con J Ford Patrick T Sullivan John IL Hennessy William M lug gins Stephen J McElllott Joseph Lynch David Rellly Major Pat Ridge Joseph i Lcnihan Edward A Barry William J Connelly Dr John T Chawk Frank P Burke Thomas Dolan D J Coleman D J KavanaghJohnDohcrtyThe ville divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians the Jeffersonville and New Albany divisions and the Ladles Auxiliary are all expected to be on hand Likewise many Irish members of the Knights of Columbus Y M I and Catholic Knights of America will turn out to make IrishAmerican night a success FRIENDS EXTEND SYMPATHY Dlabelcircumstances last Saturday morn ing took place from the residence of her riunt Mrs Anna Kern 1010 Elwood avenue Monday afternoon at 3 oclock and from St Aloysius church half an hour later Mrs Zabel had long been a sufferer from a complication of ailments and her death followed a period of mental aberration She was beloved by all byherager of Phoenix Hill Park and one son Theodore Zabel Jrwho have manyfriendsASSISTANT PASTOH Rev Father Welsma who has been administering to the colored Catholics of Lexington for the past year bias been appointed pastor of thatcityFatherlater to the colored flock of the Fayette capital BROKE DISCUS RECORD At the Ancient Order of TUber nians athletic r meeting at Water bury Conn last Saturday Martin If Sheridan the Yew York athlete established anew record for ithrow Inif the discus He threw the flat missile 144 fHtoneinchoritourfeet ahead of the forjBet3rco di gati The is Rev Dr St Philip Ackerman toll primlaymen peoplethem mis putrIbuteail how they had preserved their milertimr and tribulation TfiS colored Catholics had given heroes to the world too he said both in church and military affairs St Michael the Archangel and Prince of the heavenly host he said has been the protector of the Cath olio church It has dwelt under his divine protection since the cross of redemption had been placed on the J brow of man He dwelt forcefully nnd eloquently upon what the church had done and was doing for peopleThethat of the white man made in the image of God The church had shown Itself to be leading the van guard in the solution of the negro problem and the promotion of the welfare of the race Many colored Catholics he said were temperate virtuous and honorable The speaker also paid a tribute to hyIJathcr thatldstold blessings on himself and on his 2Ackermmanbrave upright and manly men He also spoke of tho history of St Augustines church and told how its first pastor Rev Father John Lancaster Spalding had now become an Archbishop anti one of the lead AmerIca The services closed with benedic tion of tho Most Blessed Sacrament Both before and after vespers many of time colored people congratulated Father Felten and expressed time ninnymore LABOR DAY Celebration Attended by Thousands Union Men The Tabor day celebration at afternoon several thousand people It was held under time auspices of the United Trades and Labor Assembly and was successfulLaborchile in years There was no street parade as formerly but the working men their wives and families en joyed the day In dancing and other amusementsThe feature of the after byFrankFederatlon way from Washington D C tp be present at time affair given by the AssemblyHeAmerican organization of working GompersfireeaterInstead anhoulwlthaconditionsreformInt1truatln 1p Cloth council j dear to Mac Tho funeral rr Cecilias church at i morning and was nttS sorrowing friends ilea received many marks of from their acquaintances IRISH ENTHUSED Over Approaching Ce bratlon of Hudson Fulton Times The Irish section of the Huds Fulton celebration which is to t place in New York the last week September and first week in tober will attract interest from classes Ills Grace Archbisl Farley has been chosen Chairman the evening for Sunday Scptcm 6 Tho concert will be held in negie Hull Victor Herbert the c brnted Irish composer will II charge of the music William 1 wig the noted Irish baritone sing several selections and an chestra of sixty pieces will ret Irish airs Severn hundred men women from the Catholic Oral will render choral music presentbestYork pmmeaton September 28 Besides 1 marching men they will have t floatsthe Dongan the Fulton time Erie Canal floatsIn the Hi march 1 NEXT WEEK Will Decide the Pen Race In theAmerica Association The Louisville baseball fans much enthused over the spl road showing of tho Colonels still figure them as pennant f bllltles notwithstanding time road they have to travel next In meeting John McCloskeys gamesJimmyteam for five games This ul IQngInteamfnotprtimewUlp1aIoledos morrow and should have jio tr in winning both games Baseuall in this city has rec a big boost since the auverit of Grayson and the good showln the tenor with the promises a ther improvement has mails baseball Suture look very brljt the ani1a8 Messrs Grayson H and chvhgtpnhaveth utitios fitfenfce of the fans here X t I paImorrow I 4 lint IRS come at of Ireland is over the hills and e landscape from the fiegal to the Cove of Cork the Irish American repro tTs the impressions of Judge Mutt Doherty wino sojourned awhile th reland after an exile of more than hirty years John D Crimmlns of ew York and others competent to estify take n similar view Tlit eopl of Erin have taken on a icw spirit They ore working their wn farms manufacturing their own vnres and eating their own products list end of sending them to English mirkets while theystarve nt hone nut this is not enough Greater rood must come yet The Irish arliamentary party has done great Irk but it must be supported nnd neournged They must fight to Inns the Jlirrcll land bill Then Aithln a few years home rule will lot he nn idle dream WAIT A WHIM Commander Peary now claims to mve discovered the North Pole and couts the idea that Dr Cook was here before him It would seem hat a long and an ugly controversy i in prospect Surely there is room t the top of the enr hfor two mcrlcans It used to be that only lie mere Irish were accused of ighting among themselves Just its hold judgment In abeyance ntll we get data from the rival X lorers Both may have been tccessful and then there Will b- e4gory enough to go round ILL SHOW CATHOLIC INCItKASB From the daily press it is learned iat statisticians fully qualified to iidge estimate that the census of ho United States to be taken next ear will show a population of be ween 90000000 and 9COOOOOO tome say they would not be Bur irised should It reach 100900000 n this case the number of Catholics hould also show a large increase vcr the census of 1900 PROUIDITJONOVEROOmJ It appears that prohibition is elng carried to the extreme In labama Ant nlosplraa wealthy talian merchant applied to the Attorney General of the State for miis lontoServe wines to the uests at milsI daughters wedding he State offlclajsr replied that per ilRsIoii could noit be granted under lit Fuller law Jji Imndgruta who Q 0 Cm3 r New Al nut Mrs noli then and daughters Je and Margaret are ie week in Chicago duughter1IIUIIlII tended visit to Bay View Mich Mlmies Mary and Fizzle Kelly of New Albany have returned from Atlantic City and other points in tlo East AlnughterItcnotown where they wcrw the guests of Mrs Mary OMeara Misses Elizabeth and Winifred Walsh have returned from Colorado and Wyoming where they have been spending the summer Miss Mary Mulverhill entertained a number of herod friends at her home on High street oh Wednesday evening of lust week lIses Mary Alum and Mllda Sehwleters have arrived home from a three weekV visit to relatives in Chicago and Fort Wayne Mrs Honora Sullivan left Louis vine Sunday night to visit her sis ter Mrs Anna Callahan who Is III at her home In Alton III Misses Eva and Estelle Dohcrty of J519 Spring street Sew Albany have returned from a months visit to Chicago and Benton Harbor Mrs Ella Dalton and daughter of Louisville are spending a few weeks with Mrs Daltons sister Mr Nicholas A Sullivan of Frankfort Mrs IL S Murphy tad Misses Ilanmptoi1Vhitlock joyable trip up the Kentucky river Mrs J Kilkenny and sons Der nard and Martin Kilkenny have rev turned from a fortnights visit to New York Atlantic City and Phila delphiaMrs Nellie Bnschermohle mid granddaughter have returned from Cincinnati where they were the Henrylloemer Officer Patrick T Mullen a mem ber of the Louisville police traffic squad has returned to duty after spending his vacation at West jjnden Springs Mrs William B Doherty and sons William ant Paul and daughter Mary wil return home tomorrow after spending tho summer ht Hay View Mich Miss Margaret Plrtle entertained a few friends at her b011 in Portland on Thursday night of last week The Louse 9as tastefully decorated for the occasion Miss Mary Gcraldine Kavanugh has returned from a three weeks visit to Boston and suburbs While in the East she was the guest of fhe Dominican Sisters Miss Ella Grady a popular mem her of the Cathedral prtshr is ill at her home Fifth and Walnut streets Her many friends hope for her f p edy recovery Jirfc blot Griffin orJ Frankfort a n c a r F = 5P 0 b RISH r A1tIERIOANId home after spending a ilsvHle where she entered r Miss Alice as u pupil leart Academy lea Unrrlty fell from jimile visiting friends at anti sustained severe lie accident will prevent to Louisville for several Mrs A F Steber have an lie engagement of their Miss Blanche Allenc to White The wedding will in the latter part of Mrs 11 T Ksterlc of e visiting time families of ply and Joint Fitzgerald Ind nnd from there will cousin Hugh Tarpey at Ih uise n Killlan of New nd George J Miller of were united in marriage rys church Tuesday morn Jtev Father George ficintcd oherty one of the lending of leffersonvllle has ipokane Wash to spend eks Before returning he II that is worth seeing ate Exposition and P 11 Brown left last ir Atlantic City timid other the Lest P B Drown will irly next week hut John ill go on his regular bush through the East wise B Killlan of New Al George J Miller of Louis u united in marriage at St liurqh New Albany on morning The Rev Fattier lorries officiating 1 Mrs George F Ulan of o but formerly of tins ounce the engagement of ghter Miss Lottie to An rst of Owensboro Time the wedding will be fixed is more joy in the house limes at Sixth and Zane girlber and Mrs lilacs are now d M MKPM OIH of n ho lilt IElla Compton and party o days at Mammoth Cave c Among those who accom ter were Misses Blanche Delia 1urtlll Viola and tiff and Vera Mullen All u most delightful times ill Louisville have been d that a pretty baby girl vet at the home of Cary ii n manager of the cigar nnijrr the Ihoenlx Hotel Lexington Both Mr hurt Mrs Osterninn were residents of Louisville until I recently Miss Mary Murray n prominent member of the Ladies Auxiliary of Covington TS spending n few weeks as the guest of Mr and Jirs James Landers of East Main street She tins ninny friends among the local auxiliary njembers and will probably remain until the reunion of Division 2 on September 20 There was joy in the hone of loin McLaughlin Fifteenth street south of Oak last Sunday and all because his twin baby girls had been christened Their names are Irene and Louise Mr McLaughlin is a popular employe of the L C It IL and has been kept busy receiving congratulations on his good fortune Miss Aline nod Master Virgil cyan of Detroit Mich who spent ten days Fete visiting their grand father Chris llolfes of 920 East Walnut street and other relatives have returned home While in Louis rifle both young people were guests of honor at various entertainments anti left a charming impression on all who met them Miss Mayme Fallon entertuIned last Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Anna Stfnson of Indianapolis Her guests included Misses Anna Stinson Lillie Cuniff Margaret Han non Katie and Mayinc Mclliigh Catherine priscoll Mary Haley and Jennie May Burns mind Messrs Theodore Martin Theodore Desse Fergus Fallon Daniel Driscoll Frank Martin John Fallon and Charles Lcderman Miss Hazel Todd Shaw and Harry Hazard popular young people of the West End were quietly Married at time rectory of Sacred Heart church by the Itev Father Patrick Walsh on Thursday evening of last week Both young people are favorably known to a wide circle of acquaintances Time bride Id the daughter of Mrs Josephine Bowman Shaw of 1037 West Chestnut street and the for tunate groom iH1 member of the firm of Hazard Bros contractors FOXTA1NK FEUU1 PAUK The summer season at Fontaine Ferry 1nrk will be brought to a succssfiil close tonight Time usual open air concerts will be given in the afternoon and evening and the vaudeville bill is one of the best that has been offered During the sum mer the Catholic Knights of Amer ica and other fraternal societies todk advantage of the attractions at the park and held their outings there The people of Louisville regret that the season at this popular J overMITI PASSIONIST It Is rumored In Eastern eccle siastical circles that the Very Heather Felix Ward C P liar been elevated to the epiccopacy and will be placed In charge of a diocese In the Philippines Father Ward is well known in Louisville where he was for several years Prior of the Sacred Heart Retreat He isat present upeothoprovince ofj the United States Few Passionists are better or more favorably known FIxED TIlE TIME I MomdgVibr MuBdelln time new Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklyn will he eonMcrattxl on Tuesday pteD INr tt W Q o SAMPLES Ot Flnnhelcriii on Part ot the Grinstcnd Administration Amaze That Deal With the University Shows Queer Business Tact Anybody With the Cash Cat Get License to Open Saloon I LAWLESS NEGROES THRONG CITY Boosters and spielers for the InudlngthoimproTement streets Where does the improve ment come in What has bcensthe cost for street reconstruction and what material has been used good or bad Take the asphalt paving on Fifteenth street for Instance It Was put down within th hunt twelve months Today it Is rote and full of holes Whose fault is taxpayersNow perfcctlythe City Hall and replace it with wooden blocks dipped in creosote Louisville has experimented with wooden blocks in the past and the experience has been a sad one It Is nothing short of a criminal waste of the peoples money Yet the boosters of Mayor Grinstead say this Is a business administration Is it wastingthepresent administration took hold it presented the property between Eighth nnd Ninth and Chestnut street and Broadway to the Louis dUe University anti gave the university 25000 to take it off its hands RepublicanSchoolerty at Center and Unlmit streets and now propose to buy for 40000 that section of the university prop erty that includes the old medical college at the corner of Eighth and Chestnut streets Is not this finan ciering The Louisville University gets 03000 of the taxpayers money nnd retains threefourths of the property presented by the present city administration pronisedtoout the joints It raised the license from 150 to 500 a year ami all the joints remained open This year several saloonkeepers quit business rather than pay time 500 Now the administration claims to lack funds because the saloonkeepers have not anybody disreputable cnn get a license by producing the necessary amount of cash It was promised that the SundayAll crats are closed and the police keep a strict watch over them but there are many Republican joints and dumps where negoes congregate that are open on Sunday and proprietojj and inmates are never moleste Sot only patrolmen but all tile officers including the Chief and the members of the Bardof Public Safety are thoroughly cognizant of this all denials to the contrary notwithstanding Hespectable Republicans as well as Democrats realize that this is a white mans town ail unless some thing is speedily done to cUrb the lawless negro element there will be a terrible upheaval here ere long It is absolutely unsafe for a white pedestrian to move on Walnut street from Seventh tq Thirteenth any night in the week mind the colored thugs and desperadoes are insulting thedaymacc boulevard is rapidly becom ing as bud as Walnut Time corners at Seventh and Tenth and Walnut streets are infested with the worst cityTheyhonest penny colonizing vote them in NovemCcr W H Newman Freight Agent for the Motion railroad recognized a dozen negroes from Nelson county and ofIollceoclockMrn negro burglar at work in his room streetAfternegro MrNeummmansnegro and reported his name to the otletecthesNo totimetheGrinstead 1907Grinstead Simericycarriedpeople of Louisville felt that one year of Republican rule was more enoughRecently a meeting of time Re loseJaneintroduced He spoke Jn this wiseI poweruson sidewalk before a burly policeman Sincethenepubllcans the police tip their hats to us andsayt Good evennmV gentlemen FKOBSTKINSELLA Miss rda J Probst and Lee Kinsella StArthonys 1 mornlagimmediatefamilies I J weddingbreakfast 1 parents In time afternoon Mr and mfrsFinaella left tort Easton a fcrldal tourrx n KENTUCKY STATE FAIR LOUI8VILLE SEPTEMBER 1314 15 16 17 8 THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS IN PRIZES Greatest Exhibition of Liv Stock in the World IRISHAMERICAN NIGHT FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17 Night Horse Shbw in the 100000 Pavilion Trott ing Pacing and Running Races every day Twenty five side shows Something doing every minute J w r1T EVltIAN Secy PICNIC EUCHRE DANCE TO BE GIVEN BY TiE Ancient Order of- DIVISION tl ernians Phoenix Hill Park Monday 1909 Excellent Music and Va GuaranteL Dr HendricKsDENTIST cityfromyearsHeWest Market Street and invites the puhlio in general to call on him when in need of Dental Work of any kind Only best material will be used and prices will be moderate All work done by latest and improved Painless Methods Remember the number 436 W Market St KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Montana has 938 members but no councilLittle seventythreeKansas hash fortysix councils and Missouri fiftyone Kentucky has seventeen councils with 2083 members At Junesville Wis the Knights and the Elks played a game of base ball on Labor day According to the report of the Supreme officers at the national convention the order has 1381 coun ells and an aggregate membership of 220289 State Deputy J T Donovan of Paducah was honored at the na tional convention with a place on the Committee on Laws and Reso lutions The Knights at Kenosha Wis have decided to remodel their pres eat club rooms and to erect an addition which will include pool and billiard rooms New York leads all the States with Z14 councils while Maseaohusettas secondAvi i J30 Th rd In tame raeeIs flints with 113 and Pennsylvania next with 1Q4 couneils J mer1hstores llfedaaeaaa7aftenlloJi on M7 tULEYS SPpt13Matinees JOSEPH M WEBER Presents THE CLIMAXDir- ect from its N Y Triumph 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 except Sunday FINEST PARK RESTAURANT IN THE SOUTH PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings greaUyImprovQdwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the win agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts count of the KC outing at the Proctor Knott Chautauqua grounds Several Fourth degree initiations TheyincludeOctober llV Indianapolis and Salt Lake City on October 12 VATICAN THREATENED From a cablegram to the daily I apr ttlis learned that time Vatican buildings were In danger last Satur tc day when flames destroyed a num ber of adjoining buildings A largo partof the fire department of Rome assisted by volunteers from inside time yattdan succeeded iin extlpgnisb Ineth J stubborn blaae 1JheSt Annaimoliuroh Inside r tUe Vatican walls caught fire 4ereial tire butt the flssntus were promptly extinguished Both Phones 299 All Calls Answirtd Prom 1231 WEST MARKET o ooet+ J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB 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to build a handsome hall cen trally located At New Britain Conn the Irish History Committee is working haul to further that study In pnrochfall schools and no less than 300 his tories of Ireland have already been placed in St Marys and St Josephs schools t Members of the order in New York Lad a grand reunion picnic and field day on Sunday August 29 Only 8000 were on hand owing to the threatening weather but the nth letic games and dancinjj contests were of n superlororler GREAT iniSII ENGINEER Danief E McCarthy of Detroit Mich has been designated by the Secretary of War to superintend the erection of the fortifications contemplated by the United States Government at the entrance to Manila harbor MapCarthy was formerly professor of mathematics at St Peters College County Wexford Ireland and afterward Borough Sur veyor of that county lie Is one of the few engineers who have been given a mark of 100 per cent in the United States civil service examinations for both experience and training HOLY SEPULCHRE RETAiNS IThrough the Associated Press Monsignor Falconio the Papal PopePhisthe holy sepulchre fo be removed from Jerusalem to Home Monsignor Falconio says that the Pope would be the last person in the world to consent to the transfer of the tomb of our Saviour The story of the removal was sent from Home by correspondents of American dailies several weeks ago- CAT1IOIAO CHATAUQUA i The season of the Western Cath olic Chautauqua at Spring Bank Okauchee Station Wis has been very successful and its promoters are planning to make the season longer next year and to secure more speakers The organization has the full approval of the Most Rev S G Messmor Archbishop of Milwaukee It proposes to be to the West what the Catholic Summer School at mittI Haven N Y Is1 to the Catholics of the East KAISER INSPECTS NAVY Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany after withsfeetyacht the Ifohenzollern at mel last Supday and reviewed the flower of his navy There were 110 vessels In the assembled fleet Great landing maneuvers took place continuously from morning until Tuesday night on the eastern coast of Schleswig Holstein CAKES FOR TYPOS lies Father Evers pastor of St Andrews church Ney York City will offer the prayer at the opening of the Printers League convention to jbe Iheld at the Hotel Aster New York City on September 22 Father Evers is verymuch devoted to the typos and several years ago urIranged for masses for printers atI 230 oclock every Sunday morning Since then several cities have had priests who followed hla example UABSIOJf PLAY IN WEST The Franciscan Fathers of St Bonifaces Monastery San Francisco are preparing to stage the sacred drama of the Passion Play this fell Mueh titaeI arid labor have been expended on reliwtsala during thepathree years I is expected that floe drama will draw Crowds IfromftU over the United States w well u Callfornla Wli be vlsi- Another 1 will take phil will be visible Middle Western Siut of the sun wilt not be part of America RIVEIIVIEW PARK Rivervlew Park promises a better vaudeville performance thou ever for State Pair week The jubilee singers fireworks and other aUral tlons will mId to the attractiveness of the resort The season is fast waning and many people will take advantage of the remaining days at popular lUvcrCiew Park CATHOLIC GOVERNOR GENERAL Sir Percy lirouard a FrenchCan adian has been appointed Governor General of British East Africa a colony which includes the region of the great lakes and the important mission field of Uganda He is a Catholic and will deal wisely with the problems that confront Linn PAT LALLY IMPROVING Put Lully the genial inspector for the Louisville Railway Company greetdelightMr Lally was knocked down and trampled by a team of frightened mules two weeks ago and for a time his life was despairedof IRISH EXPLORER Ernest Shackelton the Lieutenant n the British army that came crone to the South Pole like all other great Englishmen who nro not Scotch is an Irishman and a Catholic to boot He is coming to America to lecture before he returns o the Antartic regions PAINTING STEEPLE Time steeple and cross on St Hauls church at Lexington was rc painted this week The cross is the highest point in the city It is also thatitit night IST BERNARDS CHURCH One week from tomorrow the new tonKycornerstonoblessedBishop of Covington will officiate The new church will cost 75000 HEAVY WAR TAX In the midst of universal peace the United States Is today taxed five hundred million dollars for purposes of war President Taft Is going to reduce the army to 80000 men for the sake of economy CHANGE TO HIGH MASS Beginning tomorrow the 10 10 oclock mass at St Louis Bertrands Duriniithewas celebrated at 9 oclock on SundaysTALENTED MUSICIAN Miss Marie L Costigan has taken charge of the organ at St Helens church It is one of the largest organs in the city and State EMBER DAYS Next Wednesday Friday and Sat urday Illbo the autumnal ember days and of course days of fasting and abstinence fromm flesh meat EARLY LENT- LentJ yearFabraary9fall on Varek lrl the tturtntlath an Bivtriwry of the grsatLoutavltla erel9ne i u D llt ducted fiftyfiveNationalist that followed grave testified which he was liel Mss Annie Mary Me honor certificate and Miss wonhlstordln Ladonyoung ladies are daughters of Ber pupilsofKudareFEDERAL CHAPLAINS nluelytwaclergymenreceive yearSixtytwoarmytwentyfour penltentidrics twotWfntyoneonly Catholic chaplain of Congress was the Rev Father C C Pise who theSenateC Calhoun presided over that body ST MICHAELS ALMANAC St Michaels Almanac for 1010 has published of the Divine Word and sells for twentyfive cents a copy The pro ceeds are devoted to St Josephs TechnyBlGerman This almanac is replete with interesting reading matter and one of the most instructive articles is entitled How to Find the Distance of a Star CENTRAL VEREIN CONVENTION PapalDelegatebe one of the speakers at the coming convention of the German Catholic Central VereIn which will meet in ItIstiny September 19 will be one of the inheFAITHFUL FAMILY Recently in the Convent of Mercy slstorsMissesRyan pronounced their vows as Sistera of Mercy Present at the ClaraRyanand belonging to the same order and Brother Benedict Ryan OS B Drother of the three nuns They are all natives of Philadelphia EUCHAIUSTIO CONGRESS The next Eucharistic Congress will take onSeptemberTIectcl1toPreparationsprogressOno celebr1ted probable that the delegates will have ofattenl1lngmldnight NotroDaniel ISHMAnTlRSOUSE Catholic Irishmen all over theworld rejoice to learn that time cause of e11orthe lalt few mecMtc In Aopib BU- TCELEBRA 1400 to 1 BOTH PHONES 8- 91FOR Furnitur Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to VIM f MAYE 419 W MARKET ST WINES LIQUORS VALS SALOOVAL LEt3TER PLOP Hot Lunch every morning fro to 1230 oclock 44g VV GREEN HERRMANN BR IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQU Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nets BOTTLED IN BOND Ttlinhent 1948 234 SIXTH 81 IN m lOmur In loving roinembraiico of odora J Sche e who died Sept 12 1807 Two long years ham passed a Slace fay dear husband was away Vat iriy heart is broke fSiwce tine last sweet words b Bi Hut dkt1HMltTot keiMy deMltuabuMIn to V WJf Mllf at never know this T Try m- yFOOFFEE OR SOC 45cej f LOYROAXARI X1k STREET S EHER Vic SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SBr1 TUB CHIEBRATBD RTH STAR RffRIGfRAUlR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation e QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE nubines not a few but all features of ictlcal value that are considered deslr d desirable in a Gas Range Che QUICK MEALhas NO EQUAL ranks high in the estimation of the bllc- FOR PRIN TNG rrI CHAW 7 lnftrmaryand Shoeing Forge PRACTICAL NORSE SHOEING ed For and Delivered FORQE 713715 SEVENTH STREET T THE GENUINE DIAMOND LLPLASTERManufactured CKY WALL PLASTER GO Incorporated 4 River Phone 3267 Louisville Ky t JcffenoBVllIe ladI Pbotto BBS p ollu tcralKir- i 0Tbi stnii nI11Str v knN te iNN rusei T manj lie city iKcn ill BUtl fa ordered him ephs Infirmary run was performed u not rally from the s Bath occurred nt 23C iresdny afternoon The rte vhs thirtytlyec years old ovember lie married Miss j3Ttita llorders Who survives him Ho Is also survived bv his father Maurice Ilnlloran gnlta brother Udwnrd nnd three sisters MissesII Mamie and Julia ILnllorrin and Mrs Noule Edelen The funeral tool place from St Frances of nome church Thursday morning PRESIDENT IRAVIX NOW Luclan T Irwin who has been forI some time past General Superin tendent rtnd General Passenger Agent of the Louisville Ilendersoi St Louis railroad was elected to the Presidency of that railroad ni n meeting of the Board of Director ion Tuesday morning He succeeds the late Attila Coy as chief execu the of this company 3tr IrwlnV rise in railroad circles lies been rapid and he is held in high esteem by his fellow railroad men He wail continuo to reside in Louisville For the present at least he will con- tinuo to act as General Superin tendent and Passenger Agent as well as President He Is being con gratulated on all sides overulS pro mption BECOMES THESPIAN lloy Finnegan has gone East to join Louis Jaines theatrical company and expects to follow the stage as a career lie is a son of Michael T Finnegan Secretary and General Manager of the llocal office of the Central Coal d Iron Company The young Thespian is a graduate of the Louisville High School and was a member 01 the 1007 foot ball team In the Louis James company he will assume important roles in King Henry VIII and The Jealous Wire Ills first professional appearance in Louisville will be looked forward to with interest DOUBLY BEREFT John Sappcnfeld a highly re spected merchant of Covington has been doubly bereft within a month Throe weeks ago he received a telegram announcing the death of his brother August at Los Angeles Cal Last Saturday the death of Ills sister Mrs Anna Grobmeyer of Carrollton was announced Doth died of heart failure and about the same hour of different Saturdays Mr Sappenfeld and Mrs Grobmeyer were prominent in their respective Catholic circles fAIL Jon EUROPE Edward J OBrien the well known tobacco broker and his son Joseph D OBrien have gone to Europe on business It is the annual fall trip for Mr OBrien but it is Joes first ride on the briny deep Mr OBrien Is one of the largest tobacco buyers In the world WELCO3IED Ul FRIEJfDS The niany trjenda of Mlwf Thereca Mepermotl are glad to know that be has returned from Paris where the spent the summer 1 tJitre1aUves Mtofi McDermott Is State Secretary ofHw Ladle1 AuxlUrryandils well kaown la Louisville whet eke will Ipen the winter rnemuel l j Thomas F Secretary Wlllla al1 SecretarYFrank G Treasurer Daniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andriott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William D An drlott fJ111 ER 11 OEI 1 nroJfINot Like Certain Doctors I Dr J A Dronln of st Jofensbnrr Vt writes Feb 20 1907 lam not as certain Goctorl ass antagonistic to proprietary medicines when i know their value As to Pastor Koenlga None Tonic I hue tested its quality a long time ago and have often prescribed the same lor persons who applied for it repeatedlyI afterwards- Ilopeyille W Va Sept 6 1907 As farmer being often exposed to the rain I was frequently troubled with Rhenmatlim and my stomach was also afflicted The doctor diagnosis of my case indigestion Last fal I was troubled frequently A pain beginning In my right side would more towards my stomach and would become so violent that I suffered a s much as a human being could endure for hours at a time I then began to take Pastor Koenlgi N no Tonic and after haying taken the first poonfall stopped Then I took tbe rest of the bottleand the pain has never retnrne FRANK IlEHSB A Valuablo Book on Nor VOU8 Diseases ondaBamp I paIPrepared by the Her FATUKR Koxxio of For yayne lad since 1876 and npw by the I KOENIQ WED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street Sold by Drunlsts at SI per Bottle 6 for 6 Large Slie JJ76J 6 Bottles for 0 MONUMENT UNVEILED Memory of Jesuit Mission aries Honored in Cast Tha memorial cross and tablet erected on Broughton lull near Canandaigua N Y was unveiled with elaborate ceremonies on the afternoon of Labor day The cross and tablet commemorate the early Jesuit missionaries who labored in that region 250 years ago The Flight llev Thomas F lllckey D D Hlshop of Rochester presided and the principal address was preached by the noted Jesuit orator Rev Father John If OKourke of New torte City Tie bronze tablet on the monu neat narrates the deeds of the throe Jesuit missionaries Chaumonot Marnier and Plerrqn from 1057 to 1087 when Gannagaro a village of 1000 Indians was destroyed by the army of French invaders Many nembers of the Ontario County Ills orI6al Society and delegations of vnights of Columbus attended the invelling ceremonies OKIJOHNS SEES PHOSPKHITV Hon John D Crimmins a retired banker of Xew York City and prom nent all over the United States in rlshCathoHc circles returned from v prolonged trip to Ireland last Sunday In response to the queries of the representative of a New York ally Mr Crimmins said Ireland Is returnlnjj to prosperity under the vise legislation that has been enacted lay her people in the last lecftde EralgratlpnI is dwindling RJIl farmers are better off and more contented I doubt If Ireland will ivcr exist apart from England but he time seems not far distant when iiIllewlJlbe going her way pro Per miily under a government similar to hat of many of this British colonies E heir is witnMaiiig a growth if aatUfmetlon among Irishmen a It com more nlfe tthatthti nturtes of misrule ace at an end II c reap ears lie in 1833 anll i s correct The as been traveling at million miles a day for T years and up to the pros noTinie has escaped camera fiends This time they are lying in walt for it It is expected that the comet will appear close to the con stellatton Orion YOUNG rIFE CLOSED Theodore J Herrmann the thlr teenyearold son of lion Michae Herrmann the French Consul In Louisville succumbed Thursdaj morning to chronic gastric trouble after an illness of several months The boy was exceedingly bright nntl intelligent for his age All duy Thursday the Herrmann residence at 1330 Hepburn avenue was filled with friends who called to express their sympathy with the bereaved parents The funeral took place from St Brigids church Fridaj morning Solemn requiem mass was celebrated with the Very llev lather Edward Dunn Prior of Gethsemane Abbey officiating and with the atev Fathers Herman Tan mien and Peter Berreshelm acting as deacon and subdeacon respectively DIVISION 1 BUSY President Thomas Keenan presided at a well attended meeting of Division 1 Tuesday night Will Kll kelly who inns been ill was reported recovered James harry read ia chapter of Irish history Among tin visitors were President Con J Ford of Division 2 and President Patricl k J Sullivan ol Division 3 and County Vice President Joe Lynch The last named reported tlmt all the divisions were making favorable progress President Ford extended a cordial invitation to tle members of Division 1 to attend Division 2s reunion at Phoenix Hill Park on September 20 JohnM Mulloy was present after a prolonged absence and made a nice talk showing that he was ready and willing to put on the harness once more MAQKIX C1IANGKS NIGHTS Mackin Council held a meeting Tuesday night that was only fairly well attended President Louis J Kiefer presided The only feature of interest was the decision to change the night of meeting from Tuesday until Monday of each week By this means it will give evry eligible member an oportunlty to devote Tuesday night to his own particular sweet heart Thfe Is only a means toward the end bf putting an end to the Bachelors Club and giving n chance to Charley Hahy and Frank 0 Adams to cultivate a closer relation with the fair sex- CIIILDIIEN S CARNIVAL Trinity Council is making elab orate preparations for the childrens carnival and baby show to be held at tho club house on Thanksgiving lay November 2tf The baby win ling first prize will receive 50 in fold a dozen choice photographs a lifesize portrait of the baby and a liandsome frame for the picture the second prize includes 20 in gold and a dozen choice photographs The1 third and fourth prizes ivlll draw 10 Jn gold and a dozen choice photographs each PRIESTS ENJOY REST Tine llev Father Bernard A Cun ilngham has returned to his pas oral duties at St Vincent Union lounty after spending a few days of rest and recreation at West Hden Springs Rev Father Joseph P Welsh of HopkinsvHle is also tome from a Visit to the popular ndiana watering place KENNY GUILFOYIU Miss Catherine Benny of Ney ort and Mask Guilfoyle of 311 St r1illgwUli be united in matrimony at Newport next Wednesday TIle brideelect ii a sister of Mrs YillUm m oConne HanalrweJlmown in Frankfort and TonlsvJlle Mr Guiilfbyl ik one of the lending IbuineiM OMU of Mt SterUnf u 0 ENE and 429 East Market Street t + + e HOME PHONE 5687 CUMB Main 2712a 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