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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iH c hi i fI N f- q KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIAN VOLUME XXIVNO 25 LOULSVELLE SATURDAY JUNE 18 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS I f JUBILEE Vicar General ot Louisville ri Diocese Made Most Happy Tjventyllfth Anniversary 01 L t Ills Ordination Duly Celebrated O gregation Shows Apprccla tlon by GUt ot Electric Cab r ri VENERABLE PARENTS PRESENT I J Happily begun and as happily 7endedt were the festivities attendant upon the silver Jubilee of the Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G pastor of St Patricks church Thir teenth and Market streets From the opening event on Sunday evening until the close of the banquet on Tuesday afternoon there was not a hitch in the programme The Jubl larlan was made one of tho happiest of men by the many tributes of es teem paid him by his flock and by his ecclesiastical colleagues The celebration opened on Sunday night with an entertainment by the children The childish programme was replete with Irish and American songs dialogues dances and dramas Everything betokened love of God and of country The programme was repeated on Monday evening and on both occasions the parochial school hall was crowded to Its ut most capacity In fact the crowd was so great on Monday night that several hundred were unable to gain admission After the children had concluded their programme on Monday night the Executive Committee of laymen made up of Edward J OBrien State Senator Mark Ryan Martin Cusick James P Barry D J Coleman Capt M J Lovett Henry Grassman Capt Thomas Tyrell Capt Thomas J Buoy John Zoll and the Rev Father L B Ford ascended the platform Mr Barry was the spokesman for the laymen Addressing Father Cronin he saidEight years ago Father Cronin you became our pastor and by your mercrWhenby the zeal which you have shown to make our parish a prosperous one you have made each of us your devoted children On this thb eve ot your silver Jubilee as a priest of God we are gathered to offer sour congratulations and best wishes In the name of this parish I beg to pledge anew our loyalty to you and our willingness to hearken at all times to your voice and heed your counsels We hope that this cele bratlon will be only the forerunner of a grander one and when you will have stood at the altar for half a century As an expression of our I love I beg to present to you the Ttey toa handsome electric cab which now awaits you in the school yard We have tied the key to the color of the land of your ancestors the land you love next to America We hope that this gift will do much to lighten your burdens as pastor Prolonged applause followed Mr Barrys address Father Cronin was choking with emotion when he arose Ip reIllY He controlled his voice long enough to say After all I have seen and beard my children I feel that I must heed the old say Ing that silence Is golden and byr my actions and my renewed zeal to serve more faithfully as your pastor I will hav to shpw how much I ap preciate this token of your love Tears again came to his eyes and Father Cronin sat down On Monday morning the children attended a high mass of thanksgiving celebrated by Father CronIn He was assisted by Father Martin 4 OConnor as deacon Father Michael Melody as subdeacon and leather Ln Ford as master of ceremonies The sermon was preached by the Very Rev Father J R Clark O P Prior of St Louis Bertrand church The Dominican orator paid a worthy tribute to Father Cronins devotion to duty and his love for children Father Cronin also de livered an address to the children The losing ecclesiastical feature of the Jubilee was the solemn high mass of thanksgiving on Tuesday the actual anniversary of Father Cronlns ordination father Cronin was the celebrant with the Revf Father Patrick Walsh as deacon Rev n rather Dominic Crane as sub Wchc The Right Rev BJshop QDbnaghue occupied a throne within the sane tuary with the Rev leathers PYJRocV and Leo Oreullch O MC as b Themullcarj KdMnltt was Inspiring and beautiful Tke sermon wrs preached by the 1IilartriotUbanODJted for the task Father Hocarty prepared Father Cronin for hitI tint communion thirtjrflve years ago and- o Sid watched his career with pride ever elncj YuhJli sermon ha tow of the dJ priesthood andr Rpaid lltyprth seal of the jubt lrlair After the mass Father Cronin itras host at an elaborate breakfast at the fioolbach Bishop ODonaghuo tod mere than 150 4 prteiU waia hit gassU Only two a4dre Wa1L14s 0 W Isbo p 04 ODonaghue and another by Father CroninMr and Mrs James Cronin the venerable parents of the jubilarian came to Louisville from Lexington on Sunday and were present at all the exercises They were Justly proud of tho honors paid their son Besides the automobile Father Cronin was the recipient of many handsome and useful presents These Included vestments hdusehold and church furniture and a gold watch FITTING PLEDGE New York Clergy Intend to Pay Debt on Their- Cathedral Tho Most Rev John M Fancy Archbishop of New York celebrated the fortieth anniversary of his ordination in St Patricks Cathedral New York City last Saturday The chief feature of course was the Pontifical mass of thanksgiving celebrated toy the Archbishop All the Suffragan Bishops of the archdiocese were present and many dignitaries of the church from adjacent dioceses Incidental to the anniversary celebration the clergy of New York pledged themselves to raise 300000 of the 500000 necessary to pay off the debt on St Patricks Cathedral Of this debt halt Is already at hand and the priests have promised to gather the remainder in time for the Cathedral to be consecrated in Oc toberThe date of the consecration has not been definitely fixed but It will probably be early in the month Many foreign dignitaries of the church are expected to attend The Eucharistic Congress at Montreal will bring together many notable churchmen from all over the world It will be the endeavor of those In charge of affairs attendant upon the consecration services of St Patricks Cathedral to bring many of those ecclesiastics from Montreal to New York for the consecration Among those expected will be Cardinal VIn- cent Vaimutelli who Will come to America as the special Legate of Pope Pius X to the Eucharistic Con gress LIKE OLD TIMES Will Be Picnic of Division 4 On Monday Next The Hiberlans of Limerick offi daily known as Division 4 are look ing forward to a big time at IPhoenix Hill Park next Monday night It will be the first time In seven or eight years that Division 4 has un dertaken a midsummer outing This time the division will be assisted by members of the Ladles Auxiliary After the routine business of DivI- sion 4 had been transacted last Mon day night President John H Hen nessy called Stephen J McBlllott Chairman of the Picnic Committee to the chair afl while reports show ed that details were all in hand It was found necessary to appoint the following additional committees Dancing Hall Lawrence J Meaney musical director Fred Mooney Teddy OToole John J Wino Thomasl Farrell Dave Rellly and John Gilmore WilHam Cashier William J Connelly ThQmasLynchCountry Store Councilman G Country Stor e Councilman Michael J McDermott Stephen J McEllIott John Phelan Michael J Walsh William P Donogh and Jose L Lenlhan A special meeting of Division 4 Is to be held at Bertrand Hall at 130 oclock tomorrow afternoon at which time ail ticket money Is ex pected to be returned to the com mittee The services of Prof Dennis Collins orchestra have been se cured and a special programme of arrangedMembers areinvitedtheLadleseveningNADOItFFDITTIi1EIER Wedding Bells Rang Mer rlly at St Anthonys Church One of the prettiest June weddings at St Anthonys church was that which united Miss Phllomena B onWednesday theVeryslated by the Rev Fathers Jerome Bonaventure and Seraphim Sfolemn nuptial mass followed the ceremony wtthfriendsing parties whiteMcwhite roses and she carried a ilhow- erotbrfcleiroMl Miss Elizabeth andMlplphlne GlMgen wtrcVthe brldMmalds George Dlttmeler was the best man and Leo Nadorff and pV T Wlmsatt were the ushers MnDittmeIrAttert1ITfriends stt MO 1 Garland avenue The fortunate groom 1s a son of Mr and Mrs John 8 DUtmeier The bride is noted for her many charming I 11nrrIi i tilh i j1j1i J s i i SEEKING To Abolish Accession Oath ol English King Causes Discussion Able Jesuit Orator Denounces Language ot the Declaration Words Are Needlessly anti Gratuitously Insulting to Catholics WHAT ACTION mi BE TAKEN The Catholic subjects of King George V in England Canada Australia India and South Africa are asking the questions Will the King take the oath that declares our faith Idolatrous Will he stigmatize millions of his most loyal subjects as Idolators These are vexing questions in deed and It seems that the new King will have to take the oath on the occasion of his coronation unless Parliament comes to his relief by abolishing the objectionable clause In the coronation oath Ho hesitated on the occasion of his accession when asked to sign a declaration required of British Sovereigns Must I sign this he asked He was told that It was required of him and he signed Now he wants to be rid of the objectionable oath His ques tion Must I sign this II reflects his sense of religious tolerance and good Protestant though he is his disinclination to do anything that savored of antiCatholicismLord of those Peers who are strong for tho abolition of tho declaration There may be an outcry in some quarters if the Government carry out Its Intention of bringing In a bill abolishing the declaraton he writes but It will be an outcry of no sort of importance The only difficulties that can possibly arise will be If the Government at tempts to tinker the declaration or to substitute another in its place Tho only wise and reasonable course as It Is far the easiest is to introduce a bill of one clause abolishing the declaration altogether The declaration is an old and effete thing the meaning of which very few people have any Idea of for the almple reason they have never given it a thought One of the Kings inherited titles Is Defender of the Faith and strange as It may seem he has to declare that faith false and idolatrous Tho Rev Father Bernard Vaughan the noted Jesuit orator is strong in the belief that the mind of the country has at last begun to consider the anti Catholic clauses of the royal declara lion in the light of common sense History he writes shows them to have sprung from the panic and religious rancor excited in England brtbe archperjurer Titus Oates Reason condemns them as wholly In effective for their purposes and therefore needlessly and gratuitously Inauilng alke to the monarch slid his loyal Catholic subject- slFatherDernardVaughan goes straight and true to the Ipoint when tie further says The declaration is it stands is a painful reflection apon the Intelligence fta civilized and enlightened community If under the excitement of panic some excuse may have been found for It aone at all can be made for it now The main point now is not whether the obnoxious clauses safeguard the PrbteBtant sueceMjon or notbJ1t whether the charge they convey 1Is true eaJ1ymatterReea ment offaturdr British common lenso Dr Johnson to DollweUIlug 1dojrqizsiThey Relieve God to 1be there and they aapreJHlmJ Jjo f p talto tether from insult to Catholics our monarch has tartedhlrelin by t declaration which ordinary refle T tlon must show to be false and this In order to prevent his being a Catholic iin diifuls This is Indeed a corn plimnt M CfttboUc integrity h f 1 S p g S I t I I I S S S I I 1i i Parliament has resumed its ses solns but thus far the mooted question has not been brought before either Mouse Of coursei there will be some objections from bigots but peoplearbelievedn e tolerance to otter any serious objec Lion to the declaration The cumin ation of the objectionable language would make King George none the less a member of the Established Church ANNUAL EXERCISES Of St Xaviers College Will Attract Immense Crowds St XavIers College will hold its annual commencement exercises in the college auditorium next Tuesday and Thursday evenings Tho num ber of pupils is so large that it be came imperatively necessary to hold the exercises on separate evenings Tuesday night will be for the Junior department and Thursday for the seniors tout the exercIses will be the same each evening After the customary overture con ducted by IProf C Kplross John E Klem will deliver the salutatory and tits address Then and Now will be the first la thet oratorial contest The vocal class will sing The Stars In the rieavens Are bmlling Francis H Pbschlnger and Gilbert S Ganz will render a duet Come Where the Rosebuds Sleep James J Gleeson tbo second speaker In the oratorial contest will have for his subject A Man Among Men Carl G Zoll will sing a solo iBobollnk and the subject of Bernard B Schie mans address will bo The Milton of the South Barry J Meehan will have for his theme Kentuckys ROll of Honor Charles H Kirn and Bryant S Ott will render a duet In the Woodland Martyr or Crimi nal Which will be Bernard J Baetes subject The vocal class will sing Moonlight On the Lake Quests will bo the subject for Arthur L Hoerter the valedictorian The Very Rev Father Louis G Deppen will deliver a brief address to the students and will award the prizes and diplomas Tho alumni address will be delivered by Attorney Eugene J Cooney The closing feature will bo a congratulatory talk to the graduates by the Right Rev Bishop OT onaghuo MACIUN COUNCIL Has Many Projets In View For Months to Come Mackin Council had a well at tended meeting on Monday night and there wAs a vast deal of business discussed and transacted President John T Kenney presided It was announced that an Initiation would be held on June 20 at which time a large class Is to be put through Delegates to the Grand Council will be elected at the meeting on July 5 and tIe expected that there will bo some lively scrambling for the honors The following committee is to arrange for the memorial window In the new church of St Cecilia Wit iiam F Burke Charles tRaldyFrank Adorns Frank Lanaban Dr Casper Earl Reilly and Con Walker Mackin Intends to make this memorial a lasting tribute to its dead as well churchilawn fete on its own grounds on the even ings ot September 7 and 8 Interest the excursion to Niagara Falls1ln August is Increasing and the Venture promises to be a grand sue cess- MQNTGOMI1IRYIIURKH Miss Cornelia Burke and Judge popularInwere united In marriage at at Johns irectory Indianapolis 6n Tuesday afternoon The cereWoay wr pin Grll1tnetJsni eEgurkeand is a young lady of jnany accomplishments Judge Montgomery the presiding Judge or the Clark Circuit Court He has been nominated by the Democrats of Clrk county to taocMd himself S I 4 p t t S S S S S S S CONVICTS Contribute Toward Fund tor Priests Requiema Mass Splendid Tribute Paid Dc ceased Jesuit by Seecu lar Journal Father Daniel McErlaiie Was Always a Sleuths lorN Souls EXEMPLAR OF CHRISTIANITY The Rev Father Phelan the venerable editor of the Western Watch man of St Louis has challenged the world to produce a case similar to that occasioned by the death of the Rev Father Daniel McErlane S J when inmates of the Missouri penitentiary took up a collection for a floral wreath and for a memorial mass for the repose or hlsy soul Father McErlane Had to renquish his work as a Jesuit preacher and teacher many years ago Ho was given up by physicians as a man for whom there was no hope of physical recovery Nevertheless ho lived many yyjrs as a ministering angel to the derelict in the St Louis Jail hospital and in the Missouri penitentiary Here s a tribute paid Father Mc Erlane by W Marion Reedy editor of the St Louis Mirror a weekly of nonsectarian character A man died in ths town one day last week On another day he was hurled and at the great church where the service for the dead was Intoned there gathered such a throng of people as filled the edifice and trickled out Into the surrounding streets This man was a Catholic priest his name Daniel McErlane The socalled lost were tho quarry of this loving pursuer He sought out the ruffian In his lair brought low by drink or the diseases that fluorlsh in the fast life or the foul or crazy blow of some drunken or Jealous suspicious pal Ho found the outcast by all others deserted and comforted him He made real to such men the God who to them had been nothing hut an oath He found them raving in blasphemy and left them murmuring curiously halfforgotten prayers Many of them were in the throng at his fun eral I romembere a dear fellow whod gone all the paces and had been told by the doctor the end was near He joked about his coming going and jibed when I asked him It hed like to seo A prijst you mean Not for me he sqid And then one night I droppeit around and the doomed man laid He got me Who I inquired McErlane the Jail priest Did you tell him Isaid I had not believer by God he climbed In through the window this afternoon I sort 6f dozed and woke up and there h6 was sort of smlUlng and saying Well I found you Then we had a talk and well oh Welltyou knOwho got me And say dod If I dont feel better for it When he left I Just told him Let no guilty man escape and he said Thats my motto How he heard about the plight of the iboyanI some of the glrlswL never know down there in the realm of the rounder and the racketer but ha always did especially If one was born a Catholic and had fallen away Ha was a large man or seemed BO though he was only a shell contain Ingafine heart and soul and for ye rshe hadnt more than half a lung of his own He was the con Louisnd der the burdens they cat upon him And wten he met you casually at onto dlld you thought the toOJlInaomevday IQ whynot come In now Tow felt he might even it he had to noma In while you slept by way of the yindow Aid the girl worn to weaninees by- too j pouch Ion of loving seeking 1 d perhaps or dmwing herself I to the home wherein her name hal not been mentioned for years to- dlothe good father was on her trail too and then she went back into the old downward way no more Mostly thus he recaptured strayed Catholics but many the con verts he made The man radiated so much goodness and love that the easllyargtieUness and love of which he told them Never did Daniel McErlano ro proach anyone no matter of what the person stood accused To him there were no lost ones If man or woman mocked film as they did sometimes he parried with a smile and passed onand the mocker was ashamedand so the first barriers to that soul were down I dont think Daniel McErlane was much of n theologian or strong on dialectic but he could reach the heart And he did save soulsnot alone beyond the grave but here Indeed It seemed as if in some cases ho created souls in some men and women He made men and women of the dregs of city life He was worthy of the association of his name with those of St Vincent do Paul St Francis Xavier St Francis of Assisi and any or all other heroes of charity He wrought miraclesat least I should so call themIn the transformation of brutes Into human beings who Cou2d love and pray and master themselves against their long familiar and hardtobeshaken de monsWell lid he deserve the tribute of the poor the remade broken men the recovered women In the out pouring at ills funeral He had given his life for them and their kind He showed in his own lite that Christ was not a figment in a fairy tale He was one who tried Christianity and found It to fee no failure CATHOLICS Joined With Father ritz Gerald In His Feast The Rev Father Edward S Fltz Gerald pastor of St Pauls church at Owengboro celebrated the twenty fifth anniversary of his ordination with solemn cermonlea on Tuesday Father Fltz Gerald was celebrant of the mass with the Rev Father A G Meverlng of Browns Valley Davies county as deacon the Rev Father John D Kalaher of Loulsvlle as sulbdeacon and the Rev Father Denis Murphy of Louisville master of ceremonies Rev lather Charles P Ratio of Louisville preached the Jubilee sermon While his address was a tribute to the Jubilarian It was more aVjknegyrlc of the dignity of the priesthood The music of the mass was excellent After the re ligious ceremonies the priests as sembled were entertained at break fast by Father iFitz Gerald On Wednesday morning Father Fltz Gerald 41elebrated mass for the children ofSt Pauls Father J R Odendahl of Stanley was deacon of the mass with Father PoJ Mc Neil of Waverly as master of ceremonies and Father Louis Herberth of Rome as subdeacon After the mass Father Fltz Gerald and the visiting priests were entertained at breakfast at St Francis Academy which Is conducted by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Later the pupils of the academy gave a musical and literary entertainment in honor of the visiting clergy A feature of the Jubilee celebration was the presentation to Father Fltz Gerald of a check for 2100 Father Fltz Gerald was born at Chelsea Mass In 1860 He attended tho parochial schools of his native city and graduated from the Jesuit j College in Boston He came to Louisville to take up his theological studiOs and was ordained by the late Bishop McCIoskey In the Cathedral at Louisville on Juno i4 1885 He J served In various missions for sev eral years and then for five years was the late Bishop McCloskys I private secretary He bad been pas tor of St Pauls Owenshoro about sixteen years and has accomplished wonders Father IFitz Gerald Is a mart of brilliant attainments Ho is revered and loved by all who know him ST LEOS PICNIC Will Draw Great Big Crowd to Highland Perk on Thursday The closing exercises of St Leos school at Highland Park took place on Thursday evening The attendance was large and the entertainment pleasing throughout The children acquitted tuemselves admirably InI their songs and childish dramas Tho Rev Father John J Fitzgerald pastor of the school delivered an ad dress and conferred the medals and prizes The exercises closed with the hymn Holy God We Praise Thy NameSt Leos schoftl Is not many years progressIn i application of the puplW Theannualplcnlcandreunlon ot St Leos oongregiilldn TrMl beheld on the church grounds next Thursday afternoon and evening The Sefiond street carl to Highland Pak pass tile grounds A fine selection of prIzes will be coi4eetEd f rand th Udies1 IIaiof all buds of young and J old i bta tttltling the howr JII a Iha In all prices are only tUicents ehJ father nqera14Inl1 vitas nts frIends from other parishes to atdmd 60RK Irelands County ot Flue lIar bors ifind Beautiful Rivers Has Morq Territory Than Any Other County In tile Country Good Mon From the Banks of Leo and Blnckwatcr In Louisville S HAS SEVERAL THRIVING TOWNS Cork is the largest county In Ireland Its greatest length is from Crow Head to Youghal 102 miles breadth from the boundary at the Mullaghrelrk Mountains to Cork harbor is fiftyfour miles It has an area of 2890 square miles and has a population of 495607 In the sixth century St FJnbar founded a monastery on the edge of a marsh the mouth of the river Lee around upHence ty Cork which the English have Shortened from the Gaelic word Corcach signifying a marsh On the whole Cork is a moun tainous county The most rugged part Is the west where the mountains generally run In chains east and west forming part of the great mountain group that covers the western parts of Cork and Kerry In the middle and southeastern parts of Cork there are stretches of plains alwaysInand headland Is full of historic In terest Cork harbor the opening of the river Lee with a narrow entrance Is one of the finest and empireYoughalbayRoaringand Bantry bay are a few of the other harbors along the Cork coast i lineThe greater part of the county Is drained by three wide rivers the Blackwater the Lee and the Bandon and their tributaries They run nearly parallel their direction be lag east and all three bend south toward the mouth The Lee rises In GouganoDarramiles it expands into the longwind ing lake of Lough Allua It con tinues along Its eastern course through a long and beautiful valley with a continued succession of demesnes and villas and many old endUe ruins on both sides till it expands into the broad Lough Mahon below Cork when it turns south and enters the Irish sea between two headlands In the barony of Duhallow there is an extensive coal field which Is worked at Dromagh three miles southwest of Kanturk Copper ore is also found in various parts of tho county The present county nearly coincides with the ancient subking dom of Desmond of South Manster Corkalee tho old territory of the ODriscolls originally comprised all tho southwestern district from t Dantqbaymore restricted Cork city Isoncof the largest population chief trading and commercial city ot ithe southern half of Irelahd It was originally built on an Island in closed by the to branches of the river Leo but In modern tIaeIthas been extended far beyond ou both sides of the river The tlty has a most picturesque appearance as many of the streets arid public buildings are built on tho slopes rcrown the summits of the little hills oyer the river Lee Queenstow Is the chief town near Cork It has a population of about 10000 Its harbor Is one of the best in Ireland Other noted towns In the county of Cork are Ballan temple Blackrock XHanmlre Passage West Monkst wn and Youghhi the one time home of Sir Walter Raleigh Among the residents of Louisville who are natives of county Cork are the Rev Father Daniel Gallagher David lurkeand John Keneflck The latter two are prominent mem bers of Division 4 A O H RURAl PRIEST CELEBRATES The Rev Father Robert Craney of Morganfleld celebrated the twen tyfith aiinlversary of his ordination on Tuesday With Fathers Cronin and Fltz Gerald he was ordainediji the Cathedral at Louisville on June 14 188d The greater part of Jnls time has been spent on poor Inls slons Modest and unassuming with out an assistant and in a small rural pariSh he made no attempt at dtor play on the ocesjon ot his silver Jubilee Yet father Craivey U raw ed by aonCatbolics as Well M Catboi mIn Morg nfield f BRANCHING OUT John J1 Ryz11the popular lumber dsaU r0ftnd planing mill man buembarked again in the bulldln business Th new venture trill not interfere with the Planing mUIII1- Rran can be reached at any time at hist home 1710 West Madison street Few men In Louisville know more about building material or the proper construction of buildings than does John J Ryan 11 a D KJ3NTUOKY JMERXCAN r Vi KEN TUGKY IRISH ftMERlGflNUv- oMte to the Social sad Moral Alivasce eilat ol Irish AmerlcsaHI Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO laconterfted Publishers I SUBSCRIPTION PKICE ONE DOLLAR PER IAR SINGLE COPY gc BnUrtd at U LaliTlll PottetttcTM SeeoodClu n ttr AdJrCasIl CoMramrcatloif t tbeJj hTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreei St V4 LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY JUNE 18 1910 1 BEWARE AMBITION Dung the present week the Hon W Oi Head has announced his can didacy for the Democratic nominan tion for Governor of Kentuck It Is 7his great American privilege to aspire its high as ho pleases but the majority of Louisville Democratic voters we have met believe that Mayor Head owes It to the city and to his supporters to remain at his post as Chief Executive of Louisville His candidacy for Governor will c necessitate his retirement from the Mayoralty or a neglect of the citys business Mayor Head started out well and has named a good cabinet His retirement would cause a disrup tion of municipal machinery It Is hard to see where he gets any en r couragement for his Gubernatorial aspirations at this time EVILS TO BE AVOIDED Last Sunday morning the Rev Father Patrick Walsh pastor of the Sacred Heart church preached a ser mon that sank deep Into the hearts of the parents present It was a 4 lesson to all parents be they Catho lie or Protestant His theme was the necessity of watching over children during vacation season He die not object to children having lots of time to play but he pointed out the fact that Parents and guardians should know at all times where their children are and in whose company they were S This Is good advice and the parents that do not heed it are guilty of criminal negligence This Is the season of the year when the children fresh from school take liberty for license Boys particularly are prone r to wander off to the river or to treacherous ponds Scarcely a day goes by that one family d esnot lose a child in this way Then too there are excursions where young boys and girls go boat riding Somebody rocks the boat and perhaps all are drowned Jumping on street cars and steal- IngI rides into the country on rail road trains are other dangerous customs of the vacation season Many are malned or killed outright each season In this manner Parents ought to see that their charges are in the house early in the evening too No good can come to the boy or girl who roams the streets at night There are plenty of healthful amusements for children during the summer months Nearly every parish has Its picnic or outing Be- sidesk parents should take their children to the parks of Louisville p There are plenty of tree parks and lots for them to see It is not neces sary to burden children with booksIi during vacation but to study the habits of birds the growth oi flowers plants and trees Is helpful and a delightful relaxation Give the children a chance to en Joy themselves but see to it that you always know where they are and whose company they are keeping s WHERE TUB IRISH STAND Thus far the much mooted com ripremise between the Liberal and Tory parties in Parliament has failed to develop It has been intimated that exPremier Balfour is willing to meet the Liberals half way but since that would mean concessions to tho Tories and nothing for the Liberals the Indh party look Askance upon o any programme of compromise Nota hundred party conferences will mike the LiberalRadical party budge an Inch from its Toeltlon as serts the radical Nation it Is obvious that should the conference attempt any settlement riot pleasing tQ them Hon John E Redmond anti 4iL cpWeogues ln the Irish party willi turn out the Government imnedlite IYK Redmond Is silent Tmt his lieutenant T Z OConnor who II- the tt interagdiary beta n the Irish leader and the Cabinet has this to- AJ liThe NatiorialtatB hare no enthu siasm jSw anything wklch might n even be iratnred into RH appear ance of wavering on te part of the Government Tfrom the tint hour of the fight the pailcy they bAte urged is one of prompt enefetlc ufa co m pr msJn fiJagainst the House of Lords That was th poliCy uUi mately set forth in the historic declaration of ifc Asauith just be rOle King Edwards death The mo mont that policy was announced the Irish party gave the Government its wholehearted support They will t 4 J ellev continue that support M J A long as the policy of Mr Asquiths declaration is adhered to It was expected that something would develop on Monday but the expectation proved vain Meanwhile the Irish party seems to hold the balance of power AD MULTOS ANNOS I IThe silver jubilee of the Very Rev Father Cronin V G was a- veryI happy event Happy not only to Father Cronin but to the people of St Patricks congregation and of the entire diocese Father Cronin has been tried and has never been found wanting To his people he iIs the Soggarth Aroon to his Bishop he Is the right hand to his fellow priests he as an example of zeal and energy With a man like Father Cronin as Vicar General the diocese of Louisville will go strong Next to being proud of hll priesthood he Is proud that ho is a Kentuckian and Kentucky Is proud of him May ho live to celebrate his golden jubl less and many years thereafter ls the wish of the Kentucky Irish American 1INCHOT HAS TIlE IDEA Gifford Pinchot who has done so much for the conservation of AmerI- can forests and hence to uphold the Interests of the American people has this to say regarding party lines a party leaders When political parties come to be badly led when their leaders lose touch with tno people when their object ceases to be everybodys wel fare and becomes somebodys profit Itlis time to change the leaders One of the most significant facts of the time is that the professional poll ticlans appear to be wholly unaware of tho great mora change which has come over political thinking In the last decade They fail to see that the political dogmas the political slogans and the political methods ot the past generation have lost their power and that our fpeople have com at last to Judge of politics by the eternal rules of right and wrong A new life Is stirring among the dry bones of formal platforms and artificial issues Morality has broken into politics Politicalleaders trust bred and trustfed find it harder and harder to conceal their actual char acter The brassbound collar of privilege has become plain upon their necks for all men to see They are known for what they are and their time is short But when they come to be retired It will be of little use to replace an unfaithful public ser vant who wears the collar by an other public servant with the same collar around his neck Above all what we need in every office is freemen representing a free people Mr Pinchot Is right in this as her has been In many other things but his righteousness seems to have been objectionable tc Secretary Balllnger No matter what the verdict of the Congressional investigating commit tee Is the people believe in Pinchot ANSWERED PRAYER Here is a pointed shaft from the trenchant pen of the editor or the Catholic Union and Times of But falo Because the radical Social ists were prevented from making a demonstration In Rome last Sun day owing to wet weather the agi tators accuse tho Pope of praying for rain If the Holy Father has been asking heaven for moisture his prayers surely have been answered Our rebellious friends should take heed The Pope may take it into his head to pray for brimstone Yesterday was the one hundred and thirtyfifth anniversary otthe battle of Bunker Hill HOLY ItOSARY ACADEMY The annual commencement ex erelH otHolYROHry Academy Wsby avenue near Fourth took place in it Loufti ttertniiu Hall on Thursday morning Graduating hon GraeeIrorihprat Holly Roaary Academy s- ilanolr1an favorite ffehopi with onisvHle Catholics AMKKICAC8 THRONG ROMB The number qf Americana who have been reeelTednby the Pope tkUi yearSsaupnHedented iiars the Rome eorr poadentptNeW Yorkn Blabbp Kennedn rector of the Am rian College yho at tends exclusively to the Pfp l pros ntattons says that since aster over a thousand Americans hay- been received by the Pope wjpkly Be T per eeat ol them ou is0EI w1J JohnM Hannan was a Visitor at Frankfort last week f Mrs John Shea left last week for Sulphur to visit relatives Mrs C P Kane has returned from a visit to Mrs James W Lambert at Henderson Mrs Enola Rafferty returned Satur I day after a pleasant visit to Miss Lola Hanley at Pewee Valley Mrs G A Grimes Is home after a delightful visit to Mr and Mrs Harry Swann at Pewee Valley The Misses Burns of Waverly Court have been entertaining Miss Mahon a visitor from Covington Miss Jennie Flanriery of Bowling Green Is here to spend the summer with Mrs J D Gibbs In Portland Mrs Mary B Kenney who ar rived last week to visit friends here has returned to her home at Leitch fleld iMrs T M Swann had as her guests last week Mrs Hardle Rlpy and Miss Margaret Rlpy of Lawrence t urg I Miss Madge Compton who has been visiting Miss Katherine Wag gener has returned to her home at MuntordvilleS James M Treasy and J J Dono hue were among the number from Louisville who spent last week in Now York City Air and Mrs M J Quinn of Nash yule arrived last week for a visit to their sister Mrs J L Sohn Bolling avenue Mr and Mrs John Murray hareI been visiting at West Point theI guests of Mrs Murrays mother Mrs Anna Applegate Mrs H J McMullen of Chicago has been here for a week as the welcome guest of her mother Mrs Patrick J Grogan Miss Agnes Laven will leave next week for a trip to Oklahoma KansasI City and St Louis She expects to be gone three weeks Clerk Rae the wellknown railroad engineer and wife of South Louis ville left Sunday for a two weeks stay at Atlantic City Misses Nellie and Annie Fineganl have gone to Rosedale Miss to spend three weeks with their sister Mrs Peter Jennings Mr and Mrs John S Berry are rejoicing over the arrival on Mon day of a twelvepound boy at their home 952 South Sixth street Mr and Mrs John Egan of iFul ton arrived Tuesday to attend the SellerGordon wedding While here they were the guests of Miss Ger trude Egan Henry iP Bigley has returned from St Marys where he attended th4I alumni meeting and banquet on Mon day and the fit Marys College com mencement exercises on Tuesday William Smith and Miss Catherine McDunn well known In Jefferson vllle will be united In marriage at St Augustlves church Rev iFather OConnell will perform the cere mony Andrew Connell and Miss Minnie Sharder will be united In marriage next Wednesday The groomelect arrived this week from Omaha and Is the guest of George Sharder 221 Park Place Mr an4 Mrs Henry Terstegge of New Albany left Wednesday to spend the summer in Europe They will include Rome In their itinerary and have letters which will gain them an audience with Pope Flux X Misses Bertha May and Mary Berry who have been attending Nazareth Academy returned home on Thursday to spend the summer with their parents Mr and Mrs John B Berry of 952 South Sixth street Mr and Mrs James A Wathen have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Rose Wathen to James Edward Gamble Their marriage will take place in the fall and will be one of the most bril liant of the season J Raymond Barrett thp funeral director has been so busy receiving congratulations this week over the arrival ofa baby daughter that he has had little time for business pur suits The little one arrived at hjs home on East Main street last Sat urday morning Thomas F Cullen the venerable Fenian who sustained severe inv juries in afan at his home 961 Second street three weeks ago is able to be out and at work in the L ft N aflroadroffices His family and friends are delighted at nts spe recovery Mr andtri Thoas D Clines Grainger Court eaterlaiaest on Thursday of last week with an even inK dhmellIn honor of Mlil May Paw DWholitf the guest of Misses J Mary CllttM and Vamle Cunninghitm j Kftfc street Covers were laid for sixteen and the evening was greatly 1 enjoyed by oU present j 1 u JMfr and Mrs Albert PJock were sts of honor at an informal supper Saturday evening iglren by Br aDd Mrs James aKranci-Mn lPl ck will l TDixtW8ek for Grlori Springs their ntiure tl1net Mrs Plock is ac1arm q younir ma tron and a number cf receptions were given in her honor this week Aoil tIM weeks d lhtfol 14- e1eJ I an tfisif t farewell rty given in honor of11lss Monica CoughWn at her home on West IFront street Jefferaohvllle She will leave shortly for St Louis to reside The decorations were in red and green Those present were Misses Agnes OH rnj Mary Conroy Emma Kennedy Margaret Kennedy Mabel Spieth Agnes Dixon Nora OTfeil Catherine Lynch Monica Coughlln Messrs William Dixon James ONeil John Leonard Roy Golmyor James Cummings Patrick Burke James Kennedy William Leonard Charles White LADIES AUXILIARY Is Enthusiastic Over Pros pects For Mondays Outing The Ladles Auxiliary met Wednes day night with a large attendance Miss Rose Sweeney presided Miss jQRourke who has been ill was S J MELLIOTT Chairman of Division 4 and Ladles Auxiliary Picnic reported as improving A great part of the evening was spent in dis cussing plans for tho joint outing with Division 4 at Phoenix Hill Park next Monday night It was decided to have a country store candy wheel and refreshment stand Miss Daniel Dougherty and Miss Mary Corcoran will have charge of details at the park and Miss Fannie Kennedy will be the General Chairman- A feature will be a popularity con test with 1Irll Rose Ansbach as can didate for a prize as the most popular widow while Misses Fannie Ken nedy and Emma Fisher are running as popular young ladles All present promised to do all in their power to make the picnic a success and to try to divide honors with Division 4 CENTURY MADE WISE CHOICE Miss Mary Dalton and Miss Edna Klnsella two well known Louisville girls went to Nazareth Academy last Saturday to take up the work of Sisters of Charity Miss Dalton is a daughter of Mrs Ella Dalton of 8617 West Broadway Her father was the late William J Dalton for several years Deputy Sheriff and Deputy Jailer Miss Kinsella Is a sister of Arthur Kinsella manager for the M S Moses Company Both young ladles might have attained prominence in the social world but na in tho story of Mary and Martha the sisters of Lazarus Misses Dalton and Kinsella chose the better part PRESENTATION ACADEMY The auditorium of Presentation Academy was filled to overflowing on Monday morning when the commencement exercises were held The Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue closed the programme by conferring diplomas on the following young lady graduates Evelyn F Beck Ethel M Dupaquicr Adele E Gast Mary D Hollenkamp Edna E OBryan Anna C Ryan Marguerite E Ryan Elizabeth M Shea and Isabella C Shea The exercises wore interesting throughout and each number was in keeping with the aig nity of old Presentation ADDRESSED KNIGHTS New Albany Council Knights of Columbus had quite an interesting soiree on Monday evening The Knights and their lady friends to the number of 300 enjoyed a very pleasant vocal and instrumental musicale During an intermission Attorney J J Kavanagh of Louisville was introduced by Grand Knight Cody and delivered his lec hire on The Power of Example Mr Kavanagh was heard with atten Lion and received many compliments on his address MONASTERY DEDICATED Rev Daniel McGuIre C P Superior of the iPasslonlst Retreat on the New burg road and the Rev Father Wil fred C P returned the first of the week from Chicago where they at tended the dedication of the new Pas slonlst Monastery When completed It will he one of the finest in the United States The dedicatory ceremonies were conducted by Arch bishop Quigley and were witnessed bYa great outpouring of the clergy and laity SOUTHERN VISITOR Mrs M T McIntyre of Savannah Ga and a sister of Thomas F QuI len arrlrl in Louisville last week Incidental to her visit she attended the commencement exercises at Sa cred Heart Academy where her two rileeM Misses Kulalia and Stole Cullen hare been attending tcnool for the past six yea ilBeC6terflturning home she wJH riett friends at Owewboro West Louisville antiICincinnati tc TOMATO ATII o I tOn peck groetornatos ehpppe1 cutfUlsgranulatedpr half cupfulu ne roDe teaspoon ful of any kind of spice you would Ike in and a pinch of nit Coot I ibout ten mlnutoc Nttto and NflII I ICENTENARY I Of Loretto Academy Duly Observed on Last Tuesday The graduation exercises of Loretto Academy took place on Wednesday and many Louisville people went to that historic spot in honpr of the occasion The graduates r were Misses Mary A Dllncoe Virginia C Murphy Nettle B OBrien Flora It Hecktenwald Anna M Meclcalf Lauro JL Kaufer and Mary A Spaulding Miss Recktenwald was the salutatorian and Miss Blincoe I I t the valedictorian The diplomas and honors were conferred by the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue who also made a brief address During the exercises Attorney Thomas Walsh of Lo isvllle read an original pieni At the comple tion of the programme a statue of the Rev Father Charles Nerinx the founder of the order was unveiled In honor of the one hundreth anni versary of th Institution The visitors from Louisville and elsewhere spent a most enjoyable day on the beautiful grounds sur rounding the venerable academy IUVERVIEW Rlverview Park has a splendid card for next week and with fair weather should attract large crowds An Interesting vaudeville bill has been arranged all theperformers be ing wellknown stage celebretles and presenting original turns Music lovers will be treated to an excel lent programme both vocal and In strumental and the numerous amuse ment devices will be in full swing FATHER WHITE WILL VISIT The Rev Father Thomas W White pastor of St Frances of Rome church expects to leave Louis ville for Europe a week from to- morroW Father White has earned a prolonged rest and expects to spend two months abroad He will visit his native Ireland and will latex go to Rome and will see the Passion I Play at Oberamnergau I IRELANDTOURING I Postal cards have been received here by many friends of Mr and Mrs P H Callahan who with their little daughter Edlth are now sojourning in Ireland Judging from the tone of the messages the visitors from Kentucky ore enjoying the time of their lives Their numerous friends In Louisville hope that all will re turn home in the best of health ADDITION TO hOSPITAL Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital is to have an addition whose esti mated cost is i80000 Tho addition will be five stories in height and will be 200 feet long and 100 feet wide The building permit was is sued on Wednesday The new por tion of the hospital will contain sev eral wards a pharmaceutical and a special surgical department FIRST hour COMMUNION A class of thlrtyfalx boys and girls received their first holy communion at St Augustines church Jefferson vllle last Sunday morning The pas tor Rev father John OConnell celebrated the mass and gave holy communion to the children He was assisted by the Rev Father Maurice OConnor who was recently assigned to be his curate- REJOICED IN RECOVERY The Sisters of the Good Shepherd of this city and their friends are rejoiced over the recovery of Mother Aloysia who for some weeks was critically 111 at the Good Shepherd Convent on Bank street Mother duringMotherto Carthage Ohio JEFFERSONVIIJiE With their new pastor the Rev Father Lucius Matt the people of St Anthonys parish Iri Jefferson vllle wilt soon begin work and make several needed improvements They will first erect a parochial house at Maple and Wall streets after which the present rectory will be converted Into a home for the Sisters NEWPORT John Sheehy and bride who was Miss Clara Brandt will return to morrow from their honeymoon trip and wlI then be at home to their friends In a pretty flat on Columbia street Newport Their wedding last week took place at St Stephens church and was one of the prettiest of those In Newport this month NEED CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL The Right Rev 0 IP Maes Bishop of Covington paid an official visit to Lexington last Sunday and while there met the trustees of the two churches St Peters and at Pauls After due conference he advised the establishment oa Catholic hign school to be used Jointly by the chil dren of the two parishes INDIANA DELEGATE UUIIndianaKnights ot St John and jj prominent athblfc of New Albany will be one of Indianas representatives at the national convention of the Knights of St John which met temorrow at- Ctdar PointtQhlU c WBLL WORTH BEADING The Most Rev Archbishop Ireland has written an article oak Moth edict propaganda In tome jt will appear In the July Jbittot the North American Review VJOMBN WHO ibABCHR l There are 6000000 wageearning women In the United State One Jffht tunic these fiares startling but th7 se tsbIo A OH PIONIOIIUNDER AUSPICES OF Division AuxiliaryAncient MONDAY JUNE 20 1910 AT PHOENIX HILL PARK I 1tRIVERVIEW FamilyResort High Class Vaudeville Matinee and Night Free Concerts by SIGNOR CARLO ULIVIERIS BAND Dancing Best Restaurant in South the Joy Ride everything newgrander than vertake West Broadway cars FREE ADMISSION FREE CASINO THEATEIR 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisvlllo We cater es pecially to Ladies and Children PRINCESSand COLUMBIAU- nder the same management We present only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic ifF ONTAINE FERR THE PARKBEAUTIFUL HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE FREE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY y 300 PM 800 P M TWICE DAILY BY GREGGS BAND DANCING PHOENIX HILt PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnic Socials Outings This beautiful Fark has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts KNIGHTS OF fiOLUMlS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Another council will be soon ad dod to the list in Colorado ynere the order is making much progress With the initiation tomorrow Louisville Council will pass tho 700 mark and bring the Kentucky membership to over 3000 Seventy members were added to too ranks of the council at Fort Wayne Ind at a notable gatnering and initiation there on June 5 The card party and reception given by members at Lafayette Iud tot the Orphans Home was largely attended and netted about f 300 Kentucky Increased 22 per cent in total membership during the past year and is entitled to an additional ropresentatlve in the National Coun cil One of tho most appreciative au diences ever assembled under the auspices of Louisville Council greet ed Prof Monaghan at the clubhouse here Wednesday night His address was given the closest at surpassedtheA new council has been established at Ashland Ky and started out with seventyflve charter memlbers John C McCarthy Is the Grand Knight John B iPurtell Is the Deputy Grand Knight James G Serey is the Treasurer and many more grand Hlberian names are to be found on the roster COUNTY BOARD OUTING The Picnic Committee of the County Board A O H continues to meet every week or as much oftener as is necessary to arrange details for the annual outing which is to beheld at Phoenix Hill Park on July 25 During the afternoon there will be euchre games In the evening there will be dancing country store tug attract1lonsThomasmanaged the tugofwar and other athletic events on former occasions has retired this year In favor of Martin Sheehan Mr Sheehan wants his Portland team to try Issues with Con Fords Limerick athletes John Mulloy of Division 1ls accepting entries for the Irish dancing contest t Handsome prl1eswUlbe awarded the ladles selling the great est number ot tickets leech of the four divisions is expected to enter a lady candidate Miss Julia May HeMion is the candidate from DivJaIOrit Division ZallOlias a candidate hut her name has not yet been announced Divisions 1 and 4 are expected to announce candidates next weecCIQQPDXiI c Among umani who secured licenses to wed on WOdday wer Albert Hawkins and Mary Hrterty Joseph H Rtttmtn and AIuaOj Batdvio Willltm B eteltenkamp ad Amelia Be Iy sad AHMI J OrJ41 a4 Pras a f LIId Ifr SIMPLY CHARMING IAND SO VERY CHEAP JI 1150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 150 1ON TilE ELEGANT STEAMERS City of Cincinnati City of Louisville One of tho aboVe steamers leaves everySundayfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where arrivInghome 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1 ShapecanpriceCalland HE flUNOLD ALRJN Staple Fancy SrIcsIlN- A Fl ft SAMPLE lOON HE8TWN o 0sepseisltjr Is i48 W fAUlT MACKIN COUNCIL Busy With ManyCnterprls es ror the Summer HB Season President John T Kenney pro alded over Mackln Councils meet- Ing on Monday nIght and despite hot weather tho Attendance large The new members thaFFBhrlnor and H P Robertson obligated It was announced Mackin Councils ball team cross bats with a Y M I team from Cincinnati on July 3 and 4 They will play in Louisville on July 3 andfl In Cincinnati on July 4 Tom buddy is the captain of Mackln ball team Combination books for the lawn fete wilt develop a great contest Ai trip to tho worlds championship series of baseball games will be awarded the two members selling the greatest number of books Entries arc now being received The sunset excursion on July 30 Is also arousing lots of interest and the excursion to Niagara Falls In August promises to eclipse any en- terprIse undertaken by Mackln Council SUCCESS Attends Joint Efforls ofe Division and Ladles Auxiliary The picnic given at Phoenix Hill Park Monday night under the joint auspices of Division 4 and thet Ladles Auxiliary of the A O H was a success socially and financial ly The keynote of Its success Wa- Its happy democracy From start to finish It was one big happy family Everybody knew everyboy else and all were sociable While there were modern dances for the young folks the elders and latest arrived IrishAmericans enjoyed old fashioned Irish dances The candy wheel country store and slmljar attractions were well patronized Miss Fannie Kennedy County President of the Ladles Auxiliary won the popularity con test The picnic of Dlvinlon 4 and the Ladles Auxiliary wll long be remembered pleasantly IMPORTANT Matters Discussed at Last Meeting of Division 1AOl1 Vice President William Murphy presided over the meeting of Division 1 A O H on Tuesday night on ac count of the absence of President Thomas Walsh Mr Walsh how eveningTheGorman who had been ill for several months was reported fully restored to health John Callahan was reported 111 It was determined that Division I 1 would give an outing at Fontaine Ferry Park early in August the ex I act date to be determined later It was also announced that Division 1 I would elect alternates to the State convention at the next meeting An Invitation to attend the open meeting and social session of Division 3 next Wednesday was accepted SILVER WEDDING f Monday was a Joyous day for Mr v Mrs Thomas Welsh of 1208 twentyChtlknuiverSary fifth X During the day and evening riagetof frlendt called at the a legloirver congratulations and home to oiuall left with the hope goldenthatJubilee of theand popular Welsh Is a wellknowVjfe who berailroad man and his wt3 Christina fore her marriage was Mfted by all Stelnmetz Is highly esteem who know her SURl niSEI FRIENDS ni Miss Maggie Callahan and JoT Meyers surprised their many friend on Tuesday by slipping quietly down to St Patricks church where they were married by the Very ReV James P Crdnln an uncle of the bride After the ceremony Air am Mrs Meyers went to Chicago on ia bridal tour and are expected to re turn tonight The fortunate Is a salesman for the Stewart Dry Goods Company The bride Is the charming daughter of Michael Cal lahan and former Secretary of the Ladles Auxiliary A O H WILL fEET BROTHER Misses Eulalla and Elise Cullen left Sunday night for their old homeI at Savannah la to spend their vacation with their aunt Mia John Mclntyre During their visit they will meet their youngest brother Edward Cullen who is a marine engineer on the steamer City of Columbus plying between New York and Savannah They have not seen their brother for six years All are children of Thomas F Cullen a citybutCONFIRMATION CLASS ODonalihuewntdren at the Sacred Heart Retreat at 9 oclock tomorrow morning Of these six made their flrst communion last year and the other ten children recevcltJjffBlet 8acrament for tka flrtl Ume tact Sunday wTIN 1QVRS iPioturn of exceptional promlae are v sch 1 JfjrJlexkeek aJ the Caalno iplrlneejn and CoI1Dbll1j elyIntothttbe also many seentc flume that will be found of more than ordinary interest The teteet sod most musical Illustrated o fa wtU a1Io ie aura t Come GetaCool Suit flfor 10 Mens twopiece featherweight Worsteds Scotches and Homespuns I LEVYSThird J LnIIIJtI CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater es pecially to Ladies and Children PRI NCESS and COLUMBIAU- nder the same management We present only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic RIVERVIEWLouisvilles FamilyResort High Class Vaudeville Matinee and Night Free Concerts by SIGNOR CARLO ULIVIERIS BAND Dancing Best Restaurant in South the Joy Rlde everything newgrander than ver take West Broadway cars FREE ADMISSION FREE f n unm ONTAINE FERR THE PPARK BEAUTIFUL CLASSVAUDEVillE FREE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY y 300 PM I 800 PM IGREGGSI DANCING I PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings KreaUyImprovedequipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts ST COLIDIBAS LAWN FETE The congregation of St Columbaa church vrlll give a grand lawn fete for the benefit of the church on the lawn at Thlrtythlrd and Market streets on the afternoons aud even BCS of Tuesday and Wednesuy ilikyi 26 and 27 The euobie gamv JuKbe called at 230 oclAVs Th 5 Iw11l of the congregation servo ladles and refreshmentE tickets supper Ion are only fit ecents 1of adm t1ALYN J0c710 tlerred Fordham Unlvem l Iteraturo- tliedegreo of Doct nJlfingulslied on one of her ffaont die Uor and sons Tiidinag A Daly pla Catho manager ot the Puiladelp Dr Daly lie Standard and Times ipoet and Is enjoying fame as adohumorist He has won hW gree fairly ACII lASSIONkT TO Ill t Daniel ltc The Very Rev Father IlOnderson claire OPI will go to on at JIoly today to deliver the serm when sew Name church tomorrow Columbus oral hundred Knights ot itoOn Rev will assemblel for an JnltW will cele Father Edward J Lyncl brat the mass A1 LAUNCHING TOo j sbelnr The mqtprboat hat rd Jetter built at Hawardg skip VbUen oavillt for Cal John H to w111bfi will be 1 launched tOdayft around the largest and fMtect e tire Falkj cities FOR THE PAR XI- LI r thtl past AIpboMe HdJUman ft city left iywnii a reslieuL of th Dakota Monday for Stwhan Soii nele BeT 1111 will join hl Plus Boehm and make Botbm I nu future home Pifchei Imina ar O- feulate oftConception and has e UM three Indian mlselon c wttk UM Crow Crack Reeerraj MANY MOURN Sorrowing Friends Attend MrsThps Batmans runeral The funeral pf Mrs Thomas JT Batman who died Saturday after noon took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Monday morn lag and that edifice was thronged with sorrowing friends of the de ceased All who knew Mrs Batman admired her womanly traits She was a faithful friend a loving wife and tender mother Mrs Batman was a native of Virginia She came of a prominent family of that State and was a grandniece of Joseph Thompklns at one time Vice President of the United States She Was also a distant rela EdgarAHenThomas J Batman and had resided In this city ever since her marriage Her husband and eight children sur vive The children are Mrs T C Mapother Thomas J Batman Jr Mrs Thomas R Waters of Belling- ham Wash John L Sherley and Klrwan Batman and Misses Marie and Miles Batman SPECIAL Social Session of Division 3 A 9 MSWednes day Night Division 3 A O H will hold a special meeting In Its hall Nineteenth and Portland avenue next Wednesday evening A number of candidates are to be Initiated and the team from Division 4 has ac cepted an Invitation to exemplify the degrees All the other divisions are expected and Invited to present any candidates they may have for initiation President Patrick T Sullivan will preside during the busi ness session ALter the initiation there will be an open meeting and members of Divisions 1 2 and 4 have been in vited to be present and make merry with Division 3 State President George J Butler and State Secretary William J Connelly will be among the special guests at the social session BRANCHING OUT Trinity Council Will Enter the Musical Comedy neEd Trinity Council has decided to enter the musical comedy field and to that end has perfected a permanent organization whoso duty it will be to arrange all the details The committee organized for this pur pose is made up of Dan J Hennessy Chairman James B Kelly Vice Chairman Ben J Sandman Secretary A G Schneider Treasurer Prof Leo A Schiriltt Musical Direc tor and Phil VT Hanger Stage D1 dector The purpose of this club is to give a musical comedy at one of the local theaters It will be directed by Prof Schmltt and Phil Haager These gentlemen directed the per formances of Mikado Eli Canltan and The Mocking BirdIduring the past three years They are both considered experts in their respective lines The idea Is to produce a popular musical comedy early In the fall The name of the comedy and the date Will be announced later ALWAYS WELCOME The Rev Father John Creary of Fond du Lac WIs arrived Monday and is spending the week visiting old friends and relatives Ago MS dealing gently with hintIHe is still as buoyant anI energetic as he was forty yearben he was a clas tile and cjassyy professor at St Thomas OmiIHrY and the now Right ItevY Biejaop ODonaghue was Just Denny fellowstudents and teachers During his stay In Louis villa Father Creary has been the guest of Mr and Mrs John C Graves FREE OF DEBT Archbishop Bourne issued a letter the first part of the month declaring the new Westminster Cathedral In London free from all debts owing to the united generosity of English Catholics The solemn consecration of the edifice the largest and finest In the British Empire will take place next Tuesday ST XAVJE1VS ALUMNI The Alumni Association of St Xavlers College will hold its annual reunion and banquet at the Gait House next Tuesday evening These gatherings are always pleasant reminders of school days Several bright young men will respond to toasts this yer- KNIGhTS OF ST JOHN The tooth biennial convention of the Knights ofStJohn openedat Sandusky Ohio on Monday The Right Rev Bishop Farrelly of Clove land celebrated the Initial mass The business andociil Melons werei held at Cedar Point and continued throughput the Week OATnouo stflmnm jaciiqoi Spring Bank the hone of thek Western iCathbilc Chutauqua at OkaucheeWIol pcoflompwoc i 1 lake irlll op n for the ieon next Wednesday oltRjeDdSG elm rDDi Arcablihop pf Mil waukee will aeiltei the dpenln lecture qf the summer school course r 4hy4oF 5 fiatis1 will W saidl at Spring Bank oh all SundaYs andl holy daya of obligation and Rev Cbarlea F MeBrMe of Oconomowoc c- ijjjjjjjj7jj r FRANK FEHR BREWING CO Ii oorejpt MATED r Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVITlTm KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by 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B1NNON JB L J VESNEMAN- r Pro Mr Vlco Prea A TrsaaScrtary Kentucky Vitrini I a BrickCa INCORPOR- AThnA2uauYsoturr o2 VITRlFIEDPAVINGBRICK PRSTPETS AND ROADWAYS 01052lWest tfMI Street W SIMapiII YtIItM aid 10th TE EHoE 73TELlEpiHoNa1ZI2 t DaJ T CHAWK ytfrikary Infirmary and Hire Shoini Fore SC fN11f1b AMD F AtnGAL HORSE SHOEING C lioness Ca4J Par le Dlivrdtrc Phaea t OPPICB 4N6 POM8 115SyBtJlt STPl3I1- Q11IL1i I n nl n J fft t nlI nftlt uUtf n- ftJIII WIUJIII 1111r+ i AL KtLDE r 84S Wwt GreencWLiA71i r 4 HIBERNIANS 1IatTlM1V B ea Doll I the Put Wk==Central Nawa Netei THe LadlesAuxlllary otNew Hampshire gained over 100 members during the past year New Hampshire has thirteen auxiliary dlylslons all doing good work and prosperous Plans were started last Sunday for the organization of a juvenile divI- sion at Terre Haute Jnd The Ladles Auxiliary is flourfs lug In Indianapolis Marlon county has now nearly 800 members Terre Haute Is making grea preparations for the State conve tlon to be held there next August Over 6000 tickets were sold for the drawing ad card party of the Ladles Auxiliary at St Paul last week Division 4 meets Monday nlgM and as the result of the Phoen Hill picnic will bo reported a large attendance is expected State President Butler and StAle Secretary Connelly are making the final preparations for the State con vention to be held at Ashland Division 2 will hold the first July meeting next Friday night The ot fleers urge alt members to be preS ent as the business will be Im ortantIi The Hibernian Rifles recently or ganized in Syracuse have elected officers and will strive to become 01 of New Yorks leading military or ganlzations Division 6 of Duluth will give tt proceeds of Its annual picnic to 1be- held at Lincoln Park on July 20 1 to the buldlng fund of St Clement church now In course of constru tlon Prof Michael Rohan of Jlnrqueti University awarded the prizes offer 6d by the Hibernians of Milwauk for the study of Irish history at St Johns Cathedral In all the prizes amounted to 207 Division 3 extends a cordial IIn vltatlon to all members of the Ancient Order In the Palls Cities to witness the Initiatory ceremonies and enjoy Its hospitality next Wednesday evening Tomorrow there will be a big Initiation at Dunkirk N Y when the degrees will be Conferred on candidates for a number of division Great preparation has been made for the reception of visiting members The Ancient Order In Memphis Is recruiting Itff ranksf rm the younger generation Thursday night seven prominent young men were initiate and there was a large attendance of old members to give them encouragement TRY HOWARD Colonels First Baseman Deserves Trial as Leader Our luckless Colonels will play again at Milwaukee this afternoon tomorrow and Monday and then tourney td Kansas City for a serle if three frames before returnin homo the first home game gain with Columbua Saturday The teamS showing on the road has been very disappointing to the fans and load of suggestions are being offered the management as the proper emedles for the team among then which is heard the most is to brIng Immy Burke back as manager Vtolle the writer believes a little Celtic ginger Infused by popula Jimmy would work wonders It iIs only fair that Del Howard should be given a trial asVteader this popular player having shown himself a gentleman on aid off the field anc ai classy baseman The awfulxroast handed the Louisville fans by the Minneapolis Journal ehould make them grit thou eeth and pull fon the Colonels and probably on the qjlnneapolls clubs next visit In Jul eTBaybave the pleasure of seelngVQLnv pulled from heir proud P aItlolUalfgJilt under fire as they dldJaJ t t POUTLAND GOiAWAY The Cincinnati Super lf will pll1Y the Portland team tomorrow atte w11be10 when the famous Union Printers earn will be Portlands opponents ortland will play at Madison Jnd Ju11 3 and 4 and a big crowd of ortland rpoters is expected to accompany the team The reputation oflhe Hoosier boys Is widespread and a battle royal can be expected between the two teams Doherty and Brady will be Portlands battery tomorrow VATICAN COJ1MEXDS SISTERS The Sisters of the Congregation or Notre Dame who celebrated the golden jubilee of their community at Jourbpnnals Ill laiti Monday hay eceired a letter of commendation frtom the Vatican The letter which raa addre eed to the Rev Mother stI Marie du Cenaolt the Superior was signed by Cardinal Merry Del a1The Holy Father most cordial r blerned the work of the Sisters in- ieCAUseoftl Christian education and estoVs upon all his apostolic bane Ictlon This patemtl blessing His ollnees most lovingly extends to it pupils and expuplle of the es ibltihmeht in the hope that Itnihy t eater in their hearts deep sentlnieata r attMkMent to the principle of h 31y taitb TWQ NKW I1iBitO- PCAbadviceqfromRorge 1 announce tat on Tvtftdky the Conel ria- 1joqreptlon presided over by Cardl- U Be bat has flamed the Rev other Charles W Currtor ot BirftlII- more to b4 Biibop of l+ambo nia id the Rev father M P Foley of BOtItOD to bo QUhop of Tugrgarao 80th itiocNMM ereip the iPhlUpprne land The Pope has couflrmod the- mptntotatL e t r 1 f CASCADE ICE CREAMWITH Designs in the Genie IS ALL THE RAGE TELEPHONE 518 AND 584 We ship to all railway stations Spe clal rates to churches and lodges 309311 Second Street Louis vlL FO- RFurniture Of Ml Kinds at the Lowest Ji kPjjicofiJao to I GirlsF MAYER 419 W MARKET ST SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION l 1- feets at Pass City Sail on First and Third Tuesday Presldentrrhomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording SecretaryThomas P ittvrler Financial Secretary Thos J Dolan 2i29 Portland avenu- eTreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArm Louis Roller Sentinel David Whelan DIVISION 2 ifeets First and Third Friday Kci Mens Hall First and Market PresidenfcC J Ford Vice PresldentrRaymond Barrett Recording Secretary William T Meehan Financial SecretaryJno J Keanej 607 Dumesnll street Treasurer Joseph Lync- hSergeantatArmsDavid M Mur hySentinelWilliam Nash DIVISJ 3 heats First and Thlrd Mondays Nineteenth fatid Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording c1JIiry Thomas J tevens Financial Secretary John G lies 810n1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel r J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArms James P Stev ensii DIVISION 4 eets Second land Fourth Mondays Bertrand frail Sixth Street HennessyVice Financial Secretary Thomas J angan 732 West Oak J SecretaryDReillyRecording Secretary John J JinnTreasurerharry Brady Cal1oghanOutside SentinelMichael McDer lott j DIVISION aljEFFERSONVIIlLE eets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaua Hall President JG Cole MurphyItccorllng Mc rodyFinancial Secretary J E Cole Jr- TreasurerUerpard A Colh FJahertyIns14eI J- sX i jlVCKIN COUNCIL 205 eels onday Evenings tWCJub- lIo 3UNorthlwcnt sixth toJehn eykIrs A- CIlJi e see V president Beriey an Re9o K tryRober Os orne d f JCorrel1 ndiic See tryVhlam 0 Ltak Financl ecr taryVFriank G aamgTreasi er in Weber w Mara ATh n O WODben LinkOutside w8rt tUltPIZrOIFI01iIi Om1RE IFrlsndi tlMichael OHare rprbwd ldniMonday evening when ey Hiinx noned him to the Critertoa tub El hteeftk and HIChtJtsi goldlocketWI bilk r OHares thlrtywscond rthday imlVWiiwry Attar reoyer- gfrom hllrJJrIHMrO U + ire asked t he denote itad pronliWl to doI all til hli S6wVr to retain their frJlyvlihp ft i j itrPiimOft1 alSll NNetCbonyoCstei p He onto who ku been lmot 4 to jkicHor dignity with quanatt mothtr Jwntedn Lfayett Indi Sister Homonta It- beeo ai hjMrlor of UM kiMpltal ldOl It waiybiillt and her prodmrt ad IlqlI lion GIlts affairs 11piiopi 1 il IRELAND Record ef the Host Important t the Recent Events Culled Pre Exchanges trf Wire did damage estimated at 1COO to the flour mills of John CalvIn at PortadownThe P Kennedy at Long ford the result of a fall from a horse Is much regretted- A familiar figure died recently In the person of John Gllmartln Vice Chairman of the SlIgo District Coun cll At a meeting at Castlegar County Galway Stephen Gwynn condemned cattle driving as injuring prospects of satisfactory arrangement with the Congested Districts Board Great regret Is felt in Ballybofi and a wldo area of County Donegal at the death of P W MCDermott who was a prominent figure In theI business and public life of his dls trlct The Magistrates at Klnloug County Leltrlra unanimously refused Informations and discharged Patrick MoGover who was charged wlth causing thq death of Patrick Gums tin at Greelagh County Sllgo Westmeath County Council has de elded to postpone the consideration of the taking Under Its care of tbe historic castle and ruins at Rathco nell pending the receipt of a complete list of Weatmeaths ancient monumentsHis friends will hear witb regret of the death of Martin Scan Ian Clara Castle For a great number of years he was Secretary of the Clare Irish Land and Labor Assocl tlorf and did much to bring It to iIta present well organized position- At BaHlnamuck County Longfor a man named Michael Donohoe who has been boycotted In consequent of having taken some bog land wblch another man held formerly has been arrested on a charge of having wounded a boy named iPeter Masts son aged twelve Houses were shaken open door banged and dolt rattled on tbl shelves by earthquake shocks S iat Newtownards and other parts of County Down About a dozen earth tremors were felt people ran Into the streets and for a time there was much excitement- At Ballymahon a destructive fire brokXout In William Murphys bus neaf establishment and despite eves loI al help to distinguish it tbe pramjjses and effects were reduced 1 to aVties Absolutely nothing was saved Considerable damage was done to adjoining property Another tragedy is reported from Kynbcks works at Arklow In which Daniel Molloy who had a large family dependent on him lost his life Molloy was in charge of the Kessler plant when he was overcom by the escape of gas Two men who saw him fall ran to his assistant but in spite of medical aid he did not regain consciousness A man named Michael Burke had an extraordinary escape from death by an explosion near Ballymoe Cour tyMayo Burke Was quarrying stones for the Congested District Board and put down some charge of dynamite Ina rock One of tho charges did not explode and while Burke was afterwards working on the rock the charge exploded Injur Ing him onthe arm and head A fatal quarrel occurred at Wind ttown a short distance irasl Navan resulting in the death of James Mar tin aged thirtyone unmarried H- Ived with his father Christophe Martin at Nerlnstown It appear hat he had an altercation with George Callaghan a cattle dealer be longing to the district In course o which the latter gave him a p4 and the deceased tell and djed 8nori ly afterwards Callahan hB7beenplaced nuder arrest J FONTAINE FmftlV As the summer ogresses the attendance Increases at Fontani perry NexLveek the park management prom ses the banner lot of at ractlonsof the season At the heater wlll be such well knows audevlflle stars as OBrien Havel 8 Co tne Primrose Four Neuss and iIdp d the Four English Rosebud afA Karl Emmy and his pets Mis Iola Locke a charming vocalist wit also make her debut as the nev soloist with Greggs band Iin the free oncerts of every afternoon and even lng SILVER WEDDING Mr and Mrs Henry Knapp of 631 East Jefferson street celebrated th Wentyflfth anniversary of their wedding last Friday by attending a high nass at St Boniface church Mr nd Mrs Krapp and their five chit Iran received holy communion dur- Ing the mass On Sunday they hac an allrday reception for their friends and received many presents and can gfratuIatloBB They were married ir It Bonlface church twentyfive years ago and have lived Inl Louisville vet since HOGAN APPREOTATEI Hon Timothy S Hogan of Wells on Ohio has been nominated b- hlo Democrats as their candidate or Attorney General Mr Hbgai Is one of Ohios leading attorneys He iiI also prominent in Hlborlai Irclee Mri Hogan Is a cousin of Col Michael Hogan of the Courier ournal and mimes telegraphic atatf- ndhas paid several vltltB to Louis llli iAiOTillil HERO t The Catholic priest Is ubiquitous iitle the fire that wreclced The H raid omceat Montreal wad lai pro Irrets one of the first to arrive was potter Martin the Catholic chaplain p thei Are department He ucoeeded 111s eatering tie baeenteut where the JBdery girls and Linotype orperttors fr being burwed lo dea handgayei- nsral absolution JFatber Martin CowadoQe man plnn d n atha- beny beam kid helped nd directed le flremen in rescuing him from wltt tiiMMured to he a most aconlt IIN 4iew J SPECIAL fREMIUM OFFER i I 42PIEGE DINNER SET42 Given Away With One Y toe Koiltiloky Irish I timcrical AND 200CASHThis beautiful Fortytwo Pie Southern Dinner Set is hand decorated in Jasmine sal and gold effects and any housewife would be prow o possess one of same We are offering this set fo iHmited time far 200 in cash and one years sub ption You 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