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KENTUcKY IRISU AMEkICAN i VOLUME XXIVNO 26 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 25 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS I GATHERING Ot Great Churchmen Will Attend J Eucharistic Congress I in September J I 1 Cardinal Vannutelli WilLComo as Holy Fathers Spe cial Legate I s t Elaborate Programme Pro r iiied For Solemnities oi the Week e HIBERNIANS WILL PARTICIPATE o U The Eucharistic Congress to beheld I fn Montreal Canada September 6 to i1wlU be the greatest church event of the year In America if nolr In the world Montreal is an old Catholic city in fact the oldest In North America hence it has been called the Rome of America It Is expected that three Cardinals two t scores of Archbishops 120 Bishops and several thousand priests will I gather for the occasion Of course I this means that Innumerable laymen E porn many lands will visit Montreal but less than 10 per cent of those assembled will be able to get a gllmpso of all thd solemnities The 1 Congress is purely spiritual In chnrff I acter and is tnus described in the Qmannouncement of the programme made at Montreal The main object of the work ofI Eucharistic Congresses which were Inaugurated some thirty years ago Is to promote the knowledge love and service of our Lord Jesus Christ In the most holy sacrament of the ibyi strive thereby to extend his social reign throughout the world Hence It Is that among thie many Congressest that are being held everywhere Eucharistic Congresses are second to none In dignity and excellenceDiPope Plus X will be represented at the Congress by Cardinal Vlncenzo Vannutelli Prefect of the Apostolic Slgnaturea of Rome and Cardinal Protector of the Sulplclan Order He Is one of the most distinguished Princes of the church both in his striking appearance and In the record of his accomplishments His Cardl o nalate Is that of St San Sylvestre Incoplte the name of too English speaking Roman Catholic congrega tion at Rome Cardinal Vannutelli was born In 1831and was created Cardinal in 1889 Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore head of the American hierarchy and Cardinal Logue Primate of all Ireland will be the other Princes of the church to attend the Eucharistic Congress Cardinal Vannutelli will arrive In Canada a week or two Before the opening of the solemnities but will remain strictly Incognito Mayor Jj 1C Guerln an Irish CatntJtNT will welcome the Cardinal to Montreal Lord Strathcona has placed his resi dence at the disposal of the Cardinal Legate during nls stay At a reception to be held by the Congress Committee at St James Cathedral Tuesday evening Septem ber 6 the Cardinal Legate will hand his credentials to Archbishop Bruchesl The following evening a I civic reception will be given for the Cardinal Legate and on Thursday the more ceremonious events of the celebration will begin At midnight a solemn Pontifical mass will be celebrated In Notre Dame church Only men will be admitted and the pews will all be removed affording room for twelve thousand persons on the main floor and in the galleries Also on Thursday will begin the sectional meetings for men women and priests to be held separately both In French and In English in different hallsIThursday morning there will be a Pontifical mass at St James Cathedral for religious communities and I on Friday morning the sectional 1 meetings will continue Papers of I great Interest will be read on theseII occasionsOn 1 morning September 9 1 a great openair service will be held at the foot of Mount Royal The sertt mon In English will be delivered by Archbishop OConnell of Boston and In French by Archbishop Touchette of France Cardinals Vannutolll j Gibbons and Logue and Archbishop J Bruchesl will receive the public in the rcheplscopalpata eISc Patricks church the largest English speaking church in the Dominion will be the scene of a notable ceremony on Saturday Sop tember 10 when PoiUlflcial massI will be celebrated A procession will be formed under the escort of forty Hebernlan Knights mounted and the Congress Guard of Honor a military body organized solely for the week the uniform of which will be white and gold the Papal colors By way of Dorchester street this guard wjll enter the church grounds by what thereafter will be known as 1 the Cpngr M Gate and at the same elm3nent will be heard for the first 4 tlmea new chime of ten bells which I were cntal Whltechgpel foundry U and dedicatedI on Pentecost Sunday U Admission to the1 church will be by ticket only even for priests Within UM church the sanctuary will be Pre served for thtCardnaltland the rehblflb pofontreal Cardinal Vannutelli wit be the celebrant of tle maMj and Archbishop GlennonQ 2 of fit Louis one of the mot tlpquent U of the prelates of the Roman GatUo i lie chuirb In the United tMes wilt preach the nrThe culminating feature ot telI c Congress from the standpoint of t popular Interest will bo the solemn profession of the Blessed Sacrament- on Sunday September 11 This procession is a feature of every Eucharls tic Congress Worldwide attention was drawn to It two years ago when Mr Asqulth the British Premier forbade the carrying of the host In the parade at London His excuse was that he feared a hostile demonstration The procession will Include all the priests in Montreal the Hibernian Knights the Congress Guard and all Catholic organizations which may desire to participate Sir Wilfred Laurler the Dominion Pre piler members of his Cabinet and members of the Canadian Parlia went will walk In that procession LIGHT OF FAITH Given to Learned Minister of theEpiscopalianChurch I On the second Saturday In this month the Right Rev Thomas M A Burke Bishop of Albany ordained I eleven young men to the priesthood t In the Cathedral at Rochester N Y J They were all graduates of St Ber nards Seminary Twelve other graduates of the same Institution have gone to their respective dioceses for ordination Thus the fame of St Bernards Seminary is growing and it now ranks among the leading Catholic seminaries of the United StatesThe life history of one of the newly ordained priests deserves more than passing notice It Is that of Rev Francis McFettrlck who was for fifteen years one of tho bestknown members of the Episcopal church In Pennsylvania and until two years ago rector of St Simans parishr Philadelphia Father MdFettrlck is a native of Philadelphia Following his ordination In 1895 ho served as minister at St Barnabas Episcopal church at Reading The minister p who succeeded him there the Rev Mr McGarvey also Joined the Catho church and was ordained a priest one week after Father McFettrlck Last Sunday Father McFettrlck celebrated high mass In Philadelphia In the same church In which he renounced Protestantism He has been appointed Professor of English In St Bernards Seminary It Is a remark fable coincidence that the Rev Ludslow E Lapham now deceased who filled this chair before Father Mc Fettrlck was also a convert and an Episcopalian minister RECOVERED I Precious Reliquary Con taming Heart oT St Joseph I tt Rome cablegrams to the American press say that the precious reliquary with the heart of St Joseph which was stolen from Leoness last week has been found Thus the bubble of an Americans theft of the casket t has burst and the press has quieted down The reliquary was found abandoned in a wood nearby There was such a commotion that evidently 1 the thieves were afraid to carry It away it being too bulky I This recalls the time when the marble tortoise of the famous tor C toise fountain in Rome disappeared The citizens were so furious and kicked up such a row that the thieves E understood that they could never sell it so they threw it away in a public r place where It was soon found tI t TRINITY COUNCIL Will Have Inltlatoty Cere I monies Tomorrowt tA1ternoona Even though tho weather was quite warm last Monday night Trinity Council Y M I had its usual large attendance at the meeting and much r routine matter was disposed of bectore President Vie Ecker announced t the adjournment A G Schneider Chairman of the Picnic Committee reported that the members were I working hard and stated that ho was f atisfied that Trinity would again take the record crowd to Fern Grove on I Tuesday July 19 I Initiatory ceremonies wilt be heldff tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock I after which refreshments will beIserved Next Monday night the elec Lion of delegates to the Grand Council will bo held and on the same evening the bylaws of the council which have recently been revised will be offered for adoption This I has been a successful year for Trinity Council and at the present rate will surpass any in its history OOMJIENDABLI3 APPOINTMENT Gol Willson last Saturday announced his appointments for the Kentucky Library Commission Al were received with general BaUsfac tlon especially that of Dr Wllliim B Doherty of Jthls city Dr Doherty has had experience and will prove one of the most valuable member of the body and for his selection the Governor will be commended POPES PRAI9M The Pope hae sent a brief to Arch biihop QuIgley of Chicago highly praising the Catholic Church Bxtu ilbn Society Tto Pope hal decided to appoint a Cardinal protector of this societyl and he will probably name Catdinal Martinelll Protect of the Odngrogation of Rites wno formerly wM Papal Delegate In the Uatted 8t tc DELAY In Discussion of Vexed Quos tion Prejudicial to Irish Interests Budget Not Popular in Irelandl and an Outbreak May Occur Looked For Coniereuce Is Near But Agreement Not Probable GEORGE WANTS IRISH ESTATE doIngInsettlingtheHouse of Lords King Edwards death has undoubtedly given a setback to the great constitutional struggle between tho two British Houses of Parliament Should this delay prove of long duration the result may be damaging to the Irish Parliamentary party Hence John Redmond and his lieutenants eye askance any propositions for com- promIse between the Liberal and Tory parties The Irish members having voted for the budget on the strength of Premier Asquiths promise to proceed promptly In the matter of tendering advice to the Crown with respect to the required guarantees find their position will be uncomfortable In no small degree If this promise Is not crowned with speedy performance The budget Is not pular In Ireland and nothing save the prospect of an early settlement- of the national question would have obtained for It the support It re- ceIved If that prospect becomes more remote a falling off In subscriptions If not an actual outbreak against the Irish Parliamentary party Is highly probable The British opposed to home rule Ireland are aware of this and to putoff any action looking to ward relief for the Irish They stick to the old idea that the only way to conquer the Irish Is to divide them Redmond and his colleagues have faith in Asquith but his first attempt to shelve the home rule question will mean the desertion of tho Irish party- Since Parliament resumed its sittings the Government Is passing bills at a breakneck speed always avoid- Ing proposing any but the noncon troversial proposals For the first time In halt a century tho House of Commons Is keeping seasonable hours and nightly rising In time for din nerAs the time when a conference between the opposing parties must take place approaches the conjectures rumors and attitude of mind change with every hour The genral Im- pressIon Is that the conference Is bound to end rapidly In a hopeless disagreement On the other hand Premier Asqulth has hopes that the conference may end In a settlement f tho questions at issue Mr Balfour it is said is ready to surrender in many points on which everybody expected him to resist to the end The Tories at last realize that the present House of Lords will no longer o tolerated by the electors of England and they are prepared to meet the coming storm half way by agreeing to even a drastic reform One rumor has It that Balfour Is vllllng to accept a purely elective House of Lords Another rumor Is to the effect that he will Insist on memo rule for Ireland The situation to say the least is delicate one and the Irish leaders rear that the Liberals may rush into some patched up compromise which ivill offend their own supporters One thing Is certain the Tories recognize that there is no present chance of their winning the next election and the impossibility of longer lefendng the House of Lords King 3eorge remains friendly to roland It Is said that he Is anxious to ask funds from Parliament with whIch to establish a royal residence In that country Some say that the King Is very anxious to preside at the opening of an Irish Parliament In Dublin In tho event home rule IsI obtaInedI HAPPY FAMILY i Is That of Lcwrence Mor rlssey Has Fifteen- Children A family after Roosevelts own heart is that of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Morrlssey of Tecumseh Neb whose children number fifteen They range from thirtyone years to five and all are healthy and happy fn this family are eleven boys and tour girts The father and sons make an even dozen enough for a jury In court Mid sufficient Voters to hold the balance power in a close election district Mr Morrlwey has always been a Democrat in politics although he IB an admirer of Roosevelt who dorrlaer provingly Lawrence Morrlwey the father ii- I native of Ireland but has lived la Johnson county Nebraska stnc ISCTr x 187C fat married iClw Budget Oonl4 eixteen children ere born to thaaJ only one haa died Mr MorriKiey U flirtythree J 1 I l t years old and his wife fiftyone 0 the fifteen living children four are rmarried Mr and Mrs Morrissey have seven grandchildren There js one set of twins In the fifteen children Martin and Matthew Mr Morrissey has supported him self and family on his Nebraska farm It Is hardly necessary to say that the Morrlssoys are Irish Catholics MAYOR MCARTHY Is a Native of Ireland and a Born Leader of Men Hon Patrick A McCarthy the Mayor of San Francisco denies the language attributed to him In the course of an Interview In Chicago It was alleged that McCarthy be came wrothy because Gov Qlllett had ordered summary steps taken to stop the JeffriesJohnson fight and that the Mayor had Intimated that the Governor bad better mind his own business also that he would use his police force to combat the State militia JMayor McCarthy admits his chagrin over the Gov ernors Interference but denies that he had any Intention of breaking the law or advising others to do so Mayor McCarthy was born in the County Kerry Ireland fortyseven years ago He came to the Untied States at the ago of eighteen He settled in St Louis where llie work ed at his trade as ship carpenter There he was one of the organizers of the Carpenters and Joiners Union After five years spent In St Louis ho removed to San Fran cisco and at once became a figure In labor circles on the Pacific coast In 1894 he organized the San Fran cisco Building Trades Council und was elected Its first President In 1907 ho was the Labor candidate for Mayor but was defeated because the labor vote was divided In thc 1909 election the Labor element was united and McCarthy was elected Mayor He has always had the hearty support of many leading busi ness men and when he headed a delegation to Washington during the first week In June he had us his sup porting delegates both bank Presi dents and labor leaders The press of the country seems prone to poke fun at him because he Is an Irishman Mayor McCarthy Is able to take care of himself and of San Francisco RECENT DEATHS The funeral of William McDonald who died at his home 1640 Tyler avenue on Saturday took place from St Patricks church on Tues day morning Many friends of the deceased attended the regular mass John Vogel died at the home of his father Anton Vogel 435 South Seventeenth street on Saturday picefromThe deceased was held In high esteem by all who knew him and his funeral was largely attended William J Scalley twentysix years old and a clerk at the L N railroad office died at his home 2031 Portland avenue on Wednes day morning The deceased was a son of Officer Patrick Scally and was well liked by all who knew him His funeral which took place from St Patricks church on Friday morning was largely attended The funeral of Mrs Mamie Meyer the beloved wife of August Meyer the grocer at Adams and Fulton streets took place Monday morning from St Josephs church with solemn mass of requiem Mrs Meyer was twentyBsven years old and her un timely death Is mourned by a wide circle of relatives and acquaintances R sldes nor husband she leave a small child Thomas Cunningham an old and respected resident of the Dominican parish died at his home 1015 South Seventh street late Saturday night The deceased was sixty years old He is survived by this sister Miss Julia Cunningham rind a niece Miss Lucy Cunningham IA largo number of friends attended his funeral which took place from St Louis Bertrand church oij Tuesday morn lIngII The remains of jPeter King who died In Now st Sunday werecc brought tjM le on Tuesday I and repose ime of his sIstercc Mrs AnnkT 0 Portland ave nue untll02al on Wednes day mornln teased formerly liven In Lp He was a prosI porous con i fl was a brother of the latel d Martin KIngII The deceasi mired by manyII friends and ral was largely attended Jj ANOTi I SChOOL t The now ulldlng com pleted at aJ25000 In St Marys parIs sky Oho was formally dFlth Imposing ceremony la afternoon The dedicatory t I delivered by the Right 1n P iFarrelly Bishop ot Cl J fSlxoung SIX l I O5IASelved graduat- Ing honors f cademy of Our Lady of W prlday of last week Ther Isses Jennie K Gnau Suaan I Emma S Mc Brlfle Clara rpMary J Keely XIaerelel sumed nearly1 two hours The diploma and prlzea were awarded by the Right Slev Bishop ODon ahuee QiJ DOMINICANS Honor Memory ot First Bishop ot the Diocese oJ New York Archbishop Farley Present at Elaborate Exercises on Sunday Native ot Ireland Who AttalneL Prominence in Great Order NEVER ABLE TO REACt HIS SEE Sunday was a great day for tht priests and people of St Vincent Ferrers congregation1 New York City It was the occasion of the commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the Right Rev Luke Concannen the first Bishop of New York Bishop Concannen was a Dominican and it was eminently fitting that his centennial aifilversary should be celebrated in a Dominican church Bishop Concannen was an Irishman by birth lived long In Rome before he wase to the episcopacy and then was prevented from reaching his See by war He never had any opportunity of ad ministering the affairs of his diocese His Grace Archbishop Farley pres- Ided at the services last Sunday but the celebrant of the solemn high mass was the Rev Father Matthew L Heagan O P the brilliant young Dominican recently elected Provincial of the order The sermon was preach ed by the Right Rev Monsignor Patrick J Hayes Chancellor of the Archdiocese of New York Arch bishop IFarley gave the final absolution Many distinguished priests and members of other orders were gathered in the sanctuary The body of the church was filled with the lead- Ing Catholic laymen of the great metropolisBishop ncannen was born in Ireland but his biographers differ as to whether In 1740 or 1747 Those were hard times for Catholics in Ireland and young Concannen was sent to Europe to be educated He pursued his studies at Louvain Belgium and in Rome He was ordained In the Basilica of St John Lateran In 1781 he was elected Prior of St Clements Convent a famed house of the Dominicans 4a Rome Eventully lie became the Master General of the Order and agent at Rome for the Bishops of Ireland Bishop Carroll the flrpt American Bishop and later the first Archbishop f Baltimore made Father Concannen iis special representative at the Vatican and later suggested him for the post of Bishop of the diocese of New York Pope Plus VII appointed him and he was consecrated on April 24 1808 Bishop Concannen mado wo efforts to reach America but felled to elude the searching eyes pf Napoleons emissaries Ho was the bearer of Important messages to the Archbishop of New York also the pallium for that prelate Hearing that there wero American vessels at Leghorn he started for that port with an extraordinary amount of baggage consisting of a collection of vestments church furnishings etc intended for use in his charge When he reached Leghorn he found Napoleon had mastered the question ot traffic bo ween European ports and North America The American vessels were lot permittedjto leave the dock and he prelate returned to Rome Two years later ho made the last light He heard of a vessel to leave from Naples ad secured passports ant passage JOn his arrival at Naples he validity of his passport was questioned and he was practically held a prisoner until the vessel sailed He lied a few days afterward at Rome In the sixtyeighth year of his age A result priest Father Koblmann ado mInistered the affairs of the diocese intll the arrival l of his successor Bishop Connolly who ateo was a Dominican In the correspondence of Archbishop Troy of Dublin there Is a statement to the effect that that prelate believed Dr Concannen was arrested because the French were curious to see the papers ofa person so long the agent of the Irish clergy In Rome and going to Americas a Bishop Father Heagen who celebrated the centennial anniversary mass and who Is now jfrovlnlclal of the Dominicans was formerly stationed it St Lous Bertrand Convent In this cltr YIELDS NOTHING 3ut Points In German Let terArc Satisfactorily Explained According to a cablegram to the New York Herald some incorrect accounts have been published of the attitude of the Vatican in the settlement of the recent incident with ermany The cablegram says It is tot true that the Holy See has wit ihawl the passages which caUses tbe commotion The 1P6p0 merely xplained the fAlse Interpretation that lad been put on them The encyclical I ai a whole WM meant to glorify theI treat Catholic reformer St CharleBI Borromeo cud condemn the heresy of the JIlodernttane feferencea in It to the Protestant Reformation f the sixteenth century wore purely incidental and historical and wore never meant to refer to the religious movement of the present day other than as a modernism Great satisfaction Is felt in that no such RomoII arisen as to the Popes meaning either In England or the United States The cablegram speaks for Itself but good Catholics will wait until they bear authoritatively before they believe that the Pope had to explain his language as purely In cldentalJJ ERINS FLOAT Prominent Feature of Chi cagos Sane FourthJJ Parade promoters July celebration which will consist of a great pageant and army I maneuvers In Grant Park The Irish Educational Association will enter afloat In the parade It wIU repro theIscene being a cartoon of Ireland In the seventh century when that coun try was the source of European edu cational activity Ireland Is typified as a beautiful woman in the costume of the seventh century with white silk tUbIc Interwoven with threads of gold Over the shoulders of Erin is thrown a great cloak of crimson made In Imitation of the cloak worn I by Connor MacNasa King of Ulster in the first century The men representing the various nations of continental Europe are clothed In the garments of skins and coarse handwoven cloth In which the warring tribes of Europe of the seventh century dressed These men are shown approaching Erin to learn from her the graces of literature the beauties of art and tho science of music and the crafts of industry The committee In charge of the float will consist of the Rev J K Fielding Thomas J Consldine Leo J Doyle John Hayes J S Hyland John J Mahoney William McKinley Frank OBryne John J Ryan James J Stokes and Richard W Wolfe BLESSES ALL Pope Plus Spoke In Praise of Religious Liberty- In America These are warm days In Rome Nearly all the colleges are closed for 1thefaculties and ecclesiastical students have betaken themselves to the hills for the rest of the summer At the close of this month the regular Ro man season at the Vatican will come to a close According to the list I kept at the Major Domos office It will prove that a record number of Americans have been admitted to the presence of the Holy Father Last week tho Pope received three American prelates A rchblshope Moot ler of Cincinnati Bishop Hennessy of Wichita and Bishop Fitzmaurico of Erie At his first audience Bishop Hennessy presented a largo group of pilgrims organized by Chevalier Mc Grane The Pope blessed all pres ent and said ho Intended his blessing to extend to all Americans whatever their creed Pope Plus spake in the highest terms of the religious liberty accorded to the Catholic Church in the United States LAWN FETE Will Aid Noble Work of the Catholic Womans Club The ladles of the Catholic Womans Club will give a lawn fete and re ception on the afternoon and even- Ing of July 12 at PhoenIx Hill Park the proceeds of which will be to further the work being done by this splendid Catholic organization A arge number of attractions have been arranged for the entertainment of the guests Including a euchre both afternoon and evening and In addi tion an excellent supper wilt be served on the grounds The different booths will be In charge of the ladles l of the board assisted by a largo com mittee Some of the attractions wil include a country store candy stand fish pond lemonade stand gypsy camp beaji bag games and wheel It is the earnest hopo of the Womans Club that all of the Catholic ladles and gentlemen of the city will come to this lawn fete as every effort will be made to have them enjoy the day a OLD CEDAR GROVE Historic Cedar Grove Academy held its annual commencement ex ercises on Friday afternoon of last week Miss Josephine Herrmann was the only graduate She read an essay and her subject was Whats the Use It was a discussion of work done during the many years at school and Its value Miss Elizii abeth Neale an undergraduate de livered an address of welcome The Right Rev Bishop ODonaghuo was the chief guest of honor 1 URGED TO PErtSEVERE Advices from Rome say that the- Pope i tbrougH Cardinal Merry del t Val the Papal Secretary of State has addressed a letter to the new Bishop of Wlnbna Montlgnor Helfron at one tlme Predldeat bf thy etelatlastteal seminary at St Paul Minn The Pope praliwl him jar hit conduct of that charge and urges him not 16 lois his interest in the subject of eecleataatical education now that be has been ralaod to the episcopacy t h DON GAL IITi- me Picturesque Abounds Int Magnificent Bays and Lakes v Historic Points Scattered Over All Parts ot This Old County I Homo ot the ONeills and Tyr connclls For Many Illus trious Ages HER TOWNS CITIES AND RIVERS The County Donegal Is named for the town of the same name The town took its name from the fortress of the Galls or foreigners these foreigners being Danes who settled there at an early period The county from Inlshowen Head to Maim more Head Is eightytour miles long From Bloody Foreland to the boundary a little south of Castelflnn it Is fortyone miles wide It has an area of 1870 square miles and a population of 206000 Donegal Is a region cf mountains and long valleys and thero Is a large extent of bog and waste The only moderately level land lies In the eastern half of the barony of Raphoe and in the southern halt of tho barony of Tlrhugb The coast line Is broken the wholA way around presenting a grand succession of bays promontories cliffs and Islands Donegal is also rich In headlands Beginning at the northeast is In nlshowen Head At the northwestern extremity is Malln Head Dunuft Head and Fanad Are at either sides at the mouth of Lough Swllly Horn Head Is a lofty rock rising out of the sea at the western side of Sheep Haven Others are Bloody Foreland Dawros Head Malinmore Head Car rlgan Head Muckros Head St Johns Point and Doorin Point Still another Is Slleve League which rises 1972 feet steep from the sea The oast from Carrigan Head round by Qlencolumkllle to Loughros Bay ex- hIbits the grandest combination of cUff scenery In Ireland Donegal has its mountains and too The two ranges of the Derryveagh and Glendowan moun tains run parallel from northeast to southwest The highest summit Is Doolsh 2147 feet It is In the mId- dle of the Derryneagh range over Lough Beagh The county has its islands also Tory Island lies eight miles from the mainland It Is about two and a ialf miles long and stands out of the sea so as to appear like a great jollectlon of towers and pinnacles ItI contains the ruins of an ancient ecclesIastical establishment Includ- Ing a round tower founded in the seventh century by St Columba Aran Island contains naerly seven square miles and rises 750 feet over the sea Besides there ore many Ittle islands In the lakes and rivers Ml are full of historic Interest Two deep bays Lough Foyle ana dough Swllly nearly insulate the barony or Inlshowon Many other bays and harbors Indent the coast lear around the country Donegal has many celebrated and historic streams and rivers The Foyle separates Donegal from Londonderry The river Is formed by the Finn and the Mourne which Join at LIfford Other rivers of note are the Eask the Eaney Water the Bunlackey the v lien the Owenea the Owentockor he Gweedore the Oweobara the Swllly and through Glenbeagh a stream flows northwest which takes mccessslvely tile names Owenbeagb Owen arrow and Lackagh It flows Inally Into Lough Swllly and Into the same bay flows the Leannon I The county is noted also for Its fine mountain ia35 with splendid scenery Among the towns in ionegal are Ballyshannon with somet- hIng under 3000 population Bun loran a famous watering place with I ess than 1000 Donegal with 1400 and Letterkenny which boasts 2100 nhnbltants Other and smaller towns but none the less historic are Ballybofey and Stranorlarlaphoo naphoe hi the way Is one of the most ancient episcopal Sees In Irer land t Very fine white marble Is found af Dunlewy at the base of Errlgal mountaIn and near Raphoo there It formation of steatite a soft stone easily carved and yery durable Donegal was the ancient Tlrcon nell inhabited by the Klnel ConnelU who were descended from Conall son of the great King Niall of the NIne Hostages who flourished between 378 add 405 A D and who possessed f early all of Donegal Their Inr uguratlon place was the Rock of loon near Kllmacrenan Four miles northwest of Derry on a hill laGreenanEly the ruins or Alleacb the ancient palace of the ONellls the Kings of Ulster who were also for many ages the Kings of Ireland Among Kentucklaus who boast Done ala8 their birthplace are DT Vllllara B Doherty of Louisville and Cot John J Dorian of Paducah JoU DorIan has mud eYeral tripe o hig native country since heft t cam to America jinssioxs TO NONCATHOLICS The Rev Father tfaTier Sutton d P of Sacred r1R ireatt1 mdactlBg is a ralpeton to nonOathe- iei at Coleebnrg phI week Tomor He will openia jlmllar mlssloa lromI Lebanon Junction KE1 TTUOKV IRISH AMERICA rJ f fCt HTUGKY nisei fiMRECfiftt- d to the SocialI aril Moral Advascemet seat el trlsfcJ Amcrlcaas and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Cathollc Knights of America KNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered i the LouUvlll PoitoHlee a SeccadClij flutter Aliireti all ComrauBlcsHoni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreea St ru 1910IOUtSVILLEt ANOTJIEU YEAR hasfl f lifefJ J Us Initial bow Its work and llsi efforts to please have been appre clattfd by many but at the same J time Its subscription list has room for Improvement What paper iIs there that does not try to build up Its circulation The Kentucky Irish American hasI tried to give Its readers a clean uptodate Journal It has fought for the right and has always op posed graft and corruption in poli- tIcs This policy it will continue If you are a subscriber for the Kentucky Irish American renew your subscription now and show your appreciation of our effort Recommend the paper to your friends and see that they subscribe If you are an advertiser take advantage of our columns to let he public know what you have for sale Help the Kentucky Irish America and It will help you A WORD FOR THE SISTERS The excellent pr9grammes that are given althe- commencement exerciseIi of our Qithpllc schools can not fall 1 to win the heartiest appreciation of those who attend them says the Minneapolis Irish Standard The priests Christian Brothers and SIsters are to be complimented on the excellency of their work and of thes the latter deserve special mention These devoted women have chosen to live a life of seclusion from the world and are devoting themselves wilh herolo valor to the service of God In the noblest of occupationsthat ot training Christian men and women Their only pleasures are those they receive from doing their duty but for them these are the sweetest pleas ures in life Their work is not done for any applause it may merit but for the greater glory of God to whose service their lives haVe been consecrated And to what a worthy cause an they devoted They are Implanting Christian Ideals in the hearts and minds of the young and those in turn whose characters have been mouldec by their benign Influence will go Into the world to transmit by example thet lessons they have learned And thus the good results of theIr labor are not limited but go on accumulating They are sending refining Influence Into society Improving the standard of citizenship 1 the State and nation The evils such as divorce dishonest and loose morals that are stalking about defying correction at the bands of legislators are being more suc cessfully eradicated by this silent army of workers than they can ever ii he by the most exacting decrees ol the highest civil tribunals The evils I that threaten society can be best by Inculcating in the 11eradicated the young a love for God and a horror for all those influences that are debasing This is Vhs t the k Catholic sisterhood is doing To them we owe much and for the still greater success of their noble work we wish heavens choicest blessings A very large number ot Catholics n old as well as young declares the I Denver Catholic Register sadly need a course of instruction tnthe cathechlsm Unfortunately they will not bis Impressed by our remarks on this subject as such persons seldom or never read Catholic newspapers ROOSE1i3IVr THE PATRIOT t Theodorp Roosevelt is home again after an absence of fifteen Honth and his every utterance marks him as the same old Teddy Neither hunting big game in African wilds nor the glamour of European coliftB affected his Americanism His V foolish friends fooled him td Rome but Roosevelt took the blame like an American gentleman His welcome meW a Auspicious one on- ep that wood turn the heads of most ordinary morUU but Teddy lalt8 extraordinary mortal That wekoaoo InNuw York wai hOt tie Nekoorne of flew York Mate orettyrsIt walt1M wpdntaH sour wel- smme of the entire nation Uyor Caynpr deliverwl the ifonifcl wetlr cone address to the exlheuldenrrt II and while his rtmrarki w r Wteand to ttiepoint it i was the reply of Mr Roosevelt thit won the appltusst- he multitude Hew bljn I have been away a year and mi quarter from America and I hate seen trance and interesting thin- gsL In the Mart of 1lle frowning mesa and fa the oapiuia oft the mightiest and most highly pol- Ished of civilized nations I have thoroughly enjoyed myself and now t am more glad than I cay say to get home to be back In my own country back among people I love And I am ready and eager to do my part so far as I am able in helping solve problems which must be solved if we of this the greatest democratic republic upon which the sun has ever shone are to tee its destinies rise to the high level of our hopes and its opportunities This is the duty of every cite zen but it Is peculiarly my duty rot any man who has ever been honored by being made President of the United States Is thereby forever after rendered the debut of the American peoplo and lis bound throughout his life to remember this as his prime obliga tion and in private life as much as jn public life so to carry him self that the American people may never have cause to feel regret tha once they placed him at their head That is American spirit It ought to be the spirit of every patriot in every line Although he has held tho hjghest place in the nation he is now an humble citizen and willing to work for the benefit of all the people in any sphere to which he is called It Is highly probable that Mr Roosevelt will never be a can didate for political office but it Is safe to say that his advice In matters political will be heeled always INTERESTING EXPERIMENT An interesting experiment In the nature of a convention is about to be held In the city of Little Rock Ark It will ibe a Catholic laymens convention to be attended by delegates from every parish In Arkansas The meeting will be for the purpose ot building up and encouraging a lay apostolate by bringing to the notice of the men of the diocese the press ing needs of the church In the Far West Ways and means of assisting the Blshopnd priests of the diocese will be thoroughly discussed and a movement started which will be the means not alone of a vigorous religious crusade but also of the spiritual growth of the people Dur ing the convention lectures and ad dresses will be delivered by some of the most prominent men in the Catholic church in the State of Ar kansas hach parish of the State is requested to send four delegates to the convention which will give about 250 delegates The convention and its results will be awaited with more than ordinary interest PLENTY NEGROES LEFT The editor of The Focus seems to be worrying about the disappear ance of the negro He cites news dispatches from Frankfort to show that the number of colored chil dren of school age in Kentucky has decreased 15000 Inntne years while the white children have in creased 25000 in the same period 1he editor also cites reports of the City Health Officer to show that the number ot negro births in decreas ng and the number of deaths in- creasIng Then ho wonders whether tho negro Is dying out or is leaving Kentucky for greener fields The Focus man need not worry If he takes a Jaunt along West Chestnut or West Walnut street any lay or night be wilt find all the ne rues necessary for his food for re= lectlon It is recognized that one Tom Watson of Populist tame has re- tUrned to the Democratic fold and wants the party to celebrate by elect ng him to Congress Thomas has been floundering around in the mud banks of bIgotry and hate for some t1IESG past His slimy mouth has beenI roofing poison If the Democratic partythe party of the people wants that lof cattle to repre sent U In Congress we are 8OYfOrl ItL Watson Is not capable of repre J entlar anything or aybody Thus peaks the Syracuse QathAlle INK rhlehr Uyi no favorites among those ho are JB any paaaer opposed to JCIhrjfltian religionwind teacklac Hurrah for the Germans and tb- fahahotIta I Irll the Catholic JiJl t- falOnowIa Irian Lieoerkrenz tkI result bar great extent ot mar ado 1bttwten young mwt an4 WOM A ot th two natlqnaiUiea it bef1II aoclal surreys to a traszlesII Dr John iC Murphy a prominenttI Ubman sad loading physician of t Chieago hu beM choaen President 141 of the AgsetIAI YNtb aocl tloii t I JIMrs Hewitt Welch and son cot M street are Visiting friends nt Birmingham Ala Miss Belle Curran entertained bOr card club Wednesday evening at her home In Portland Mrs Emmet Butler has gone Ito Lebanon Junction to spend severe weeks visiting relativesI Miss Georgia Carroll of ditto has gone to Walton to spend the summer with her mother Mrs Sylvester Rapier of New Haven arrived last Week to visit her sister Mrs Jasper Whelan Leo and Frank Flanagan have been spending their vacation at 1lrs ClsselB on Muldraugh Hill Mr and Mrs Alex J Schulte left Thursday for a three weeks trip to Boston and New York Mrs Christine Cfush has gono to Chicago to spend the summer at the home of her son in Rogers Park Miss Gertrude Ryan of Atlanta has been spending the week here the guest of Mrs W W Moore Kenned Court Mrs Floyd Burns and children Pauline and Cary of Lexington hay beep the guests of Mrs L McCioy iin Clifton Misses Ethel and Viola Sweeney ot South Louisville will spend the month of July with friends at Sanders Mss Margaret Lynch who has been visiting Thomas Lynch and family has returned to her home al West Point Samuel McKenna Jr of Portland left Saturday for Chicago to spend his vacation with his aunt Mrs Emma Fagln Mrs P A McMahan of Passaden Cal arrived last week and are visit Ing Mrs J P McMahan and famll at Flora Heights Miss KatherIne Hines is home from New York where she has been at tending school to spend the summe with her father James J Hines Mrs J H Sullivan and daughters Misses Carolyn and Mary of Parkland have been spending the weel with relatives In Meade county John Harvey Beck who has been a student at Rose Polytechnic iIs home to spend the summer with hIs parents Mr and Mrs John W Beck Miss Rita Flanagan who has been visiting In Fremont and Omaha for the past month will spend two week In Milwaukee and Chlcago before returning home- Councilman and Mrs Ben Sand have returned from a pleasant visit to Campbellsvllle They report tha the Rev Father Thomas A Murra Is happy and hearty Miss Adelaide Crush gave a picnIc Saturday afternoon In Cherokee Park In honor ot Miss Louise Kothe of Indianapolis who was the guest of Miss Edna Haupt Mrs James Flannery left Tues day night to spend three weeks at Fort Smith Ark as the guest of her brother Louis Bredelle and her sister Mrs Mary Milward Mrs G H Kustes of HIghland Park has returned from Martins yule Indtand her friends and rela tives will be glad to learn that lies health Is greatly Improved Mrs Mary Moran of Cleveland Ohio Is visiting her mother Mrs Ella Goes ot Henryville Ind Mrs Goss is seriously ill and fears for her recovery are entertained Misses Virginia and Anna Blanche Welscn who have been attending St Catherines Academy pear SprIng- field are home to spend the vacd lion with their mother Mrs Mary Welsen Crescent HmI Miss Margaret McTlghe of Mem hls Tenn Is spending the week vith Mrs Val Lester of 721 East Valnut street 3Ilss McTlgbe eX- pects to spend the remainder of thp seated term at Nazareth Miss KatherIne McTlghe who has been attending Nazareth Academy pent severall days In Louisville as he guest of Mrs Val Lester On Sunday she went to Memphis to spend vacation with her father The marriage of Joseph Schoo and Miss Catherine lobe both well known and popular In German Catho Ic society circles wilt be solemnized with a nuptial mass on Tuesday nornlng at SIt Boniface church Gerbardt Hlnkebeln eightyseven years old and one of the oldest resl d Oats of New Albany sustained a trpke of paralysis on Monday On pcouht of his advanced age fears tor his recovery are entertained D J Gleeson Superintendent of the jewelry department ot the J M RoblaaonNortOR Dry Good Co- mranyhasbeen In New York and tbejr Metesnt cities on busIness dur IIIIg the past fortnight He la ex feted to return home next Week red Gi Kchaiier and bride who ru Mlitt Mary Q Hill will return rom their honeymoon trip next week rid tie at borne to their friends at I814 91 Vln streettTIuir11arrtal- wtas solemnized at Bt Mary church o L wednse4Ia3ndgI Cria Week Miss Mary Oi Llppi of 1711 telbyatoeet New Albany and Clan eaae L Smith of SIB Diet Fourth uet New Albany were united In arriage b the Rev Father Curran Holy Trinity chnren on wednes y moralof Huptl i mail followed t wedding osreaspnjr Maty friends k t 4 1 I 1 w- I tJ f of the young couple thronged the church and afterward offered their congratulations Miss May F Shrader and Androw A Connell popular young people ot New Albany wore united In marriage at Holy Trinity church at 10 oclock on Wednesday morning The bride Is the daughter ot Mr and Mrs George Shrader and the fortunate groom Is a son of Mr and Mrs Andrew Connell of West Seventh street Mr and Mrs Connell have gone to Omaha to take up their resN dence Mr and Mrs Joseph P McGinn entertained at their home 515 West Chestnut street on Thursday night of last week with a miscellaneous shower in honor ot Miss Mary Florence Shrader of New Albany who became the bride of Andrew Connell this week The parlors and dining room were decorated with American beauty roses and field daises The presents showered upon the brideelect were numerous ornamental and useful One of the last June weddings at St Anthonys will be that which unites Miss Mllda Schwleters and Edward Stemmelen The ceremony will be performed at9oclock next Wiednesday morning The brides maids will bo Misses Alma Schwelters and Carrie Herrmann The ushers will be Messrs Leo Schulten Edward Boslor John Schwleters and John W Waechter After a Northern trip Mr and Mrs Stommelen will make their home iin Cincinnati where the fortuante groom is engaged In the lumber business The brideelect is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Schwleters Mr Stemmelen former ly lived In Detroit Both young peo plo have many friends who wish them success on matrimonial seas ANOTHER DEGREE Added to the Collegiate String of President Taft President Taft has annexed an other university degree to the sev eral that he already carried This- time he has attained the dignity o Doctor of Jurisprudence The de gree was conferred too by a Catho llo institution Villa Nova College which Is under the direction of the AugustinIan Fathers Presdent Taft came into close contact with the Augustinian while he was Governor General of the Philippines His ad miration for that order has not diminished with time Instead he seemed In his happiest mood when I he reached Pennsylvania last Satur dayArchbishop Ryan ot Philadelphia twitted him about his many Journeys You look well said the Arch bishopDid you think I was getting oJdl asked the PresIdent No but you look well for all the running around you do retorted the Archbishop Why do you do IU Well I tike to breathe this pure air answered Mr Taft thus Inti mating that the air of a Catholic college was not contaminated by politics as Is the atmosphere of Wash ington SUFFERS FROM INSOMNIA The Rev Father Thomas McGuIre who has had temporary charge of St Peters parish Stanley Ky has returned to his own diocese Cleve land Ohio Serious illness caused by long continued Insomnia has caused him to retre from the diocese of Louisville While here seeking restoration to health he was for several months the guest of the Rev Father Patrick Walsh pastor of theI church of the Sacred Heart Later he had temporary charge of theI church of St Agnes Unlontown and St Francis Chicago Ky during the absence of the regular pastors From Chicago he was transferred to Stanley where he remained until last week During his stay In the Louisville diocese Father McGuIre won the hearts of all by his kind ness zeal and eloquence His Many friends hope that he will be speedily restored to good health COMES AFTER BRIDE Ernest Waller a wellknown and successful young business man of Lexington and Miss Florence Daly the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mrs Mary Daly 2300 West efferson street will be United in the holy bonds of wedlock Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock by the Rev Charles P Rafro The attendants will be Will Dtjly brother ot the ride and Lottls J Kieffer Fol lowing the nuptial ceremony there trill be a wedding dinner for the ImmedIate relatives at the home of the brides mollfjSjjItgr which the appy couple fl H r the Blue- graSs capital H Ky will make their future hi2 FLO- J T WedseningJ Next the Catholic inn F en jbf Flora lights and rill enjoy a lawn fete and at the real ence ot MrAI I Philip Mc oveff 2213 ienueI and a fired all who plelisantevenare j eeds will be dded to a fui ost deserving use and thi Invitation is defiled to i re charitably jspottd Anj programme Is being arra le fete R um rouslfeatur the ew band eudev1l1e bills at and fine we dominant al actions and Ing large Atid pleas d croy verview Park e cry aftern ivenlng The Banda Roma 8 forth In the German Oar h sought apot where Madamd a hlghcla8 J i prano aolist has been engaged to Ii- I ag84eBCll =i ncirtfbe flwImMing pooI was thrown open yesterday and F w ill soon meet Vita much favor AI- anr amusement renfrt Rirerview Ii- the equal of any IIrJ the country and Sa now in hub favr with tile public iill SemiAnnual MorningJuneAgain we announce the date of the Seasons Greatest Mer chandising Occa ion an event always awaited with interest by thousands of palls City Sho- ppersSTRAUS GREAT SILK SALE T Starts Monday Morning June 27 Watch Sunday Papers of 26th for details Well quote the lowest prices ever offered by any Louisville establishmentr HERMAN STRAUS SONS COnFOURTH AVENUEINCORPORATED MARKET STREET I KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Else where Indianapolis Council will open camp about July 2and will enter Lain with picnics and outings durIng the remaining two months Tomorrow at Oswego N Y DIs trlct Deputy Griffin of New York City will exemplify the third degree and there will be 100 candidates The next Indiana Legislature w11 ha asked to make October 12 Columbus day a legal holiday iFlfteei States have passed the Columbus day law evilfhold a Joint smoker Thursday even ing Business meetings for the summer season will then be discos tlnued The Knights of Elmira N Y have under consideration plans for a new home which If they mature will result in a fine club house on Lake street just north of the City Hall SOUNDS BETTER IrishAmerican Actor Has New Version of Old Sons Wherever there Is an Irishman he loves the martial and rollicking aIr of The Wearin 0 the Green ever though he dislikes the words ordl narlly used with the air Th Fenians had another song By the Rising of the Moon to the sam air The music is unmistakably Irish but the words ordinarily used an the merest dross Dan Fitzgerald an actor wel known to the New York stage recently furnished a new stanza ot The Wearln O1 the Green to the IrishAmerican press He does not claim that it is original In fact he Is inclined to attribute it to the late Dion Bouicault The stanza is more meritorious than any lately seen In connection with the murlc and IIt runs thus Oh Ireland dear Ireland Let foes say what they will The color that you always wore Youll proudly wear It still And for their cruel parchment laws Care wea mere thranean While all our hills and valleys too Are proudly decked in green plantLikeIt never fades in autumn But it blooms the winter through That little plant shall deck my grave When flaws cant intervene Nor habeas corpus acts prevent The Wenrin O1 the Green GRADUATES DINED The junior class of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy entertained the senior class with a delightful din ner at Rivervlew Park on Monday evening Miss Lillian McNulty of fered a toast to the graduates and Miss Jennie Gnau responded The graduates were Misses Jennie Gnau Helen Gathof Clara Hurst Emma SusanRyanAgnes McGill Rachel OBrien Gladys Hoertd Loretta Desse Lillian Mc Nulty Louise Fowler Alexlna Simon Mario LoUise Nobbe Marie Gottbrath Trula Bowman Lillian Ross Ethel Ryan and Marian Dunigan ST XAVIERS COLLEGE The large auditorium at St Xaviers College was crowded on Tuesday and Thursday evenings by the parents and friends of the 500 pupils The closing exercises were unusually entertaining and the ora Lions showed careful thought and diligent research The musical numbers won great applause To add to the general enthusiasm Bishop ODonaghue conferred the diplomas and presented the medals 3m FIiHtIhLK litmNi D Mrs Al L jFreYHie wife of one theproprietors ot the National Foundry Company Was severely 6urnuat her om2Ui Wet Dhetnut street on Wednesday Mrs lreme WM ttm tla to light the gar stove wifttb leaking f gut ex ploded It IIB believed that her Jn arise lueaces will not renult la serioiu i conII A111BR MURRAY C t BRATRD I The Bert Anther Thomas A Murray pastor of the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help at Camp CUNNING LEWIS CON 3 ti wli1 W Cor Third and Jeffersonf fI i it CHOICE OF FINEST SUITS i YfIJ- HQ J 1975 i Values 3500 3000 2800 2500 Now 1975 1 1475ijValues 2250 2000 and 18 00 Now 1475 Why pay more when you can buy as Fine Clothing- as is manufactured these prices In some of the big stores you will find the same Suits from 750 to 1000 over these prices in the cut rate sales THIS IS OUR TIME For unloading all thats left of these Finest Garments Better have a look now and get the benefit of choice selection Sale has just begun BLACKS AND BLUES EXCEPTED T J Cunning L Lewis C lF Brotzge T J Ransdell fiY U- Odd r L U Slottedhandle PRINCE or COURT 300 Racket will increase ESSEX 250 the speed of your ballLOB Fullsize Racket 200 25 per cent price 750 DAISY 150 and 125 UITSONEngllshto 900GER and GOODRICH QUEEN designedespeBalls 3 for 125 cially for ladies extra SUTCLIFFE Practice y tine finish 650 Balls 25c PREMIER double cenCanvas Shoes pure rub 11 ter strings wrapped ber soles 100 to 175 shoulder 0 500 Other Shoes 60c to 90c KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING n 321 W Jefferson Oppl terurba Station1 t aaaI The Last Dollar I- lJ l That you spent fpr something you did not NEED would have started ajjtt fff SAVINGS ACCOUNT withJthis bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED W Iff twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR J must b spent ormetbing you DO NEED The SAVING now ot the dollars yata are wastlngf might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank i and Trust Co r Fifth and Court Place t Open Dally Un tI13p 010 Saturdays Untilf 1pm n b liIITllleKi celebrated the tenth gintuUtlbne +Oa the same mornlag tnalTtnaiT of hU ordination kit he I vi holy eonmuoloB to three lutdar Several Louisville triads dtfldrm Thi bulic of the Altar wee present to exted their eon Society presented him with a purse- Y I Im K NTUOKY JRISHAM RIOAN I++ I4 + 444tft+ ift4f4tt+ II it + + + + 4 + 1 + 44 IIIt+ Oran W Smiths Son 1 AL SMITH Proprietor i Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 I p I J HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 I r j J J BARRETTS SONS r r FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS ss East Main Street 44 I444 + e I e4 + + + f 4t + + tt4I4tt4+ t3t4G + + 4 + 6 I IIU + D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers L 1 Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS t All Calls Anivmtd Promptly Day er Night ti 1231 WEST MARKET STREETi + 4II + 4I4t + 4tI + t + tt4IftfI4tt + tttt4tttttt+ I IN eeeee eee e J E TRACY L H STRAUBI IJ BOTH PHONES 363 o 11 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS CasrIagsPuruihed on 1531 W MARKET STREET L 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JHtHflyfkl M LLHERIRMANN BROS LIQiO 4ds of Ken tucky Whiskies wiwcUlly Pearl of Nelson 4DOTTLZU Iff BCNID CUSCADENICE I CREAMWITH Designs in the Center IS ALL THE RAGE TELEPHONE 518 AND 584 We ship to all railway stations Spe clal rates to churches and lodges 30931 Second Street Louisville I Home Phone 5687 Cub Main 2712 a HENRY FUCHS FLORIST Plants Designs Out Flowers Flowers and Designs for all Occasions Store 556 Fourth Avenue Opposite Post Office Greenhouses Charles and Texas All the latest Spring Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see usn ROADWAY TO SUCCESS Make the most of your opportu nities They are too precious to be wasted Make men have confidence in your ability and your Integrity iMake your work so good that it will be valuable to any employer tMake light of your disappoint mentSf and lighter of your successes They are to be usejlnotto be dwelt upon Make them respect you rather than fear you Respect always Outlives fear Make your work helpful to others It you want it to be helpful to ydu Make the smallest teak worth while and the big thing will come without your hunting for tem Make your aneceis tkrojfh your own ability ik fod qt trough ai otheti ioily t Mk8tb end of your vrark ago iluthe beginning Doat fo- rJithe llaa l stroke on spoil41R e 701aWrtoomlnraAlIthe nwster fyouor M kd youvel aiifl otierii rwkUM 7uiirCI MHVUOK DOLL AM SUBWAY Boston tbopnlaf dlstriet tub wmjr wfttah CIOIItttOOOOOt it the 1md l N II l fS i L 1 ttf 1f If or J HIBERNIAN What They Have Been Dolr I the Past WkOeneraI News Notes Division 4 will meet on June 27 being the last for the first hat of the- Y ar There Is now a promising new divi slon at Heppher the first in that sec tion of Oregon The Baltimore reunion was lick Tuesday with a number of the national officers present Division 1 meets Tuesday night 1whenmatters of Importance Baltimore has two cadet com panies and the formation of several more is anticipated Miss Cecilia Nallan State Presi dent has organized very promising auxiliary at Sharon Pa The Ladles Auxiliary of Clntotr Mass Initiated fortyeight new members during the last quarter The Ancient Order of Wisconsin will award a scholarship in the Catholic University at Wasnlngton The division and auxiliary at Win nipeg now number about 300 and a campaign to double this membership ix 1910 has been started St iPaul will send four delegates to the national convention They aroJ D Higgins William Shlely James Furlong and S J McDonougn In the Milwaukee division thereI are fortytwo men with college de grees some of them ranking very high An the professional and busi ness life of the city Delegates to the national conven tion and their friends will travel from Chicago via special train They will leave on the evening of July 15 and arrive in Portland on July 18 at 8lfi pm- There should be a great reunion at Phoenix Hill Park next Monday night Division 4 and the Ladles Auxiliary have arranged a pro gramme with features that are certain to please all Wednesday was Irish day for the Hlberlans of Plttsburg and Allegheny county and royalty It was observed Last years record of 25000 was shattered by the attendance at the celebration at Kennywood Park County President Thomas Kelly New York City has purchased for the Ancient Order the property known as Wakefield Park Athletic Field comprising nine and onehalf acres The price paid was 58600 Montreal Hiberlaris contemp a the establishment of an Immigration bureau for the benefit of Irishmen coming to Canada Such a bureau would assist Incoming settlers from the Green Isle and serve as an em ployment office Rev Francis lit Gavlsk was the celebrant of a requiem high mass for deceased members of the order at St Johns church in Indianapolis last week Father GaVlsk Is the County Chaplain and tho mass is the annual custom of the order- The quarterly initiation of the Ladies Auxiliary ot ilndlanapolls took place Sunday wjth many visit ing women present from various parts of the State The degree and drill teams gave exhibitions and an excellent programme was rendered One of the big events of oldI home week at McKeesport Pa July 2 to 9 will be the Informal opening of the magnificent new four story Hiberlan Temple the property and future home of Division 16 known all over the country as the division that does things State President George J Butler and Secretary William J Connelly will pay an official visit to the Paris division on June 26 They wll be accompanied by a number of prominent members of the order from this city and If time permits will do some organizing work In Lexington i l LARGEST WATER FRONT l So far as available water front j for shipping is concerned no city in the world can excel Now York The I water front of Manhattan island alone that Is available for vessels IH about twentyfive miles long thir teen miles being on the North river nine on the East river and the rest I on the Harlem There are about seventyfive piers on the East river below Eleventh street and nearly fourscore on the North river belowI Twelfth street The city controls thoI docking privileges and thesoareI held ort lease by the various ship ping companies The Dock department of the city government is in charge of the water front MOVING rlOltfRES The Casino Princess and Columbia have arranged for next week moving pictures of decided merit They In elude good dramas and humorous theme the very latest film produc- tl ns and will be interspersed with the usual Illustrated songs With the regular changes picture lovers are sure to be well entertained at either of the three bpus SAHOX COUNCIL Sarto Counqll YMrof Owens bbro will initiate A elena a week from tomorroW The decree team has jeoelved Jt new uniforms and wlW be busy reheartlng until the initiatory xfJrciHl The ladle of the auxiliary wll attend the ban quet JL1I OwronBNl Amour the IQ1 students registered at St Bernard Seminary at Rochester NyareftT Whor natives ot the Philippine Islands Bfore closingl fOr the summezvsca tion twelve students who had odnt rfeiedi the Ufyer eon passed rigid examinations and were ordained priestsi MILK BXTDfOrriSHES FlU A fire caused by an exploding Imp mty be quenched with milk wtityr ay ptsdli the burning ji J ffl II LEAD MB LORD Lead me Lord when doubt assails me Help me when temptations S strong See my weakness Lord and guide me At the Cross twixt right and wrong A voice from out the darkness cries Ohl God lot me my Saviour see Open Lord open mine eyes That I may feast them Lord on thee As a thUd dear Lord you let me see You Can such joy be now attained If doubt must come with age and wisdom Can happiness eer be truly gained Bee my Father where doubt arises Was such the faith of Calvarys thief Ah you see I need thy guiding Help me Lord regain my belief B J Mallon TOURIST CENTER Americans Disprove Le end Rome Is Malarl al Spot If the Romans of a century ago were able to open their eyes they would be astonishes to see the Eternal City a center of tourists without Interruption during the whole year The palm for this achieve meat must be given to tho Americans who first disproved the legend that Rome was a malarial spot In summer iFor twenty years statistics have demonstrated that there has not been a single case of malaria of the old type of Rome fever In RomeIn the hospitals or among persons living In the town Today over 200 Americansquite- an unprecedented numberare going about the Eternal City sightseeing while an equal number are already booked In the hotels for July Au gust and Septemb- erRESPONSiVE CHORDS Touched by Col Roosevelt In Addressing Emigrants ExPresident Roosevelt has been away from America something like fifteen months He has traveled in many lands and has seen and talked to many peoples Probably be never spoke to a more appreciative audience than that which crowded around him in the steerage of the Kalserin Auguste Victoria last Sun day Aboard that ship he attended a Catholic service held for the bpneflt of 1200 Russian and Galllcian Poles The improvised altar had been draped with an American flag Mr Roosevelt was called upon to address the emigrants at the close of the service He accepted willingly He welcomed theta to the United States bade them avoid association with strangers when they flanded exhorted them to be mindful of the duties of citizenship and to protect the rights of women On the same day he addressed a gathering of German emigrants along similar lines His remarks were translated by a Polish and a German CatholicIpriest On Monday and addressed various crowds of pas I sengers in French German and Polish On each occasion his interpreters were Catholic priests i FONTAINE FERRY PARK I Fontaine Ferrys management promises its patrons another fine lino of attractions next week The theater programme in particular j looks promising being made up of the following star acts Onaip the famous Hindoo musical mystlfier J Francis Dooley and Corinne Sales II a favorite comedy duo Williams I Thompson Co presenting The Black Tourist Boudlni Brothers It expert accordion playern Bob t Tip Company In an acrobatic nov I city and some new motionpictures Julia Martin who has been singing I with the band this week has been retained as soloist because of her instant popularity and with Greggs band will help make the free con cents again a delight EIGHTEEN VACANCIES Col1legeirlijiouttheconsistory took place December 16 1907 When next consistory wilt beheld is yet uncertain but high church officials are inclined to the belief that the United States will receive one and perhaps two of the appointmentsLtTiJST STYLES Il i The black satin coat of all lengths Is favored About nine out of ten handsome gowns are collarless Dyed linen laces are high style for J linen and cotton dresses I Among the new veilings are those with crepelike borders Chiffon voiles marqueltetts and silk crepee ar having a wonderful rageinylltWe Too t6r heeds are uNdI as IrjramiBK Ion small girlsj everyday hats The yoke and eolUr matching the color of the material are not often leI HOW trpoB ill handsome or dressy fown wuih girdle belt or bow ef f cU of ribbon appear Aetual drtprJM ar rlntrtxluod only in nit of silk or llhtw l iit material A good deal of eoutachlng is seen on some of the sniti in odd bands sad panel arrangements Something unique end xeMdlndr beautiful IIs the chrysanthemum opera j Nc to IrHk craekX A I Ii rtorf IRELAND Record of the lost Important oi the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges A fish canning industry iis about yKerryPeter Woods has been coopted as CountyCouncnCouncilThe death of P Cunningham is WarrenpOintCounty The Donegal Guardians elected Q Dunnion to the position of Clerk ot the Union and District Council Antrim experienced very severe weather and Rathlln Island was cut ort from shore duty for some days The death of Mrs Michael OCon nor of Longford at the ago of fortysix years is much regretted The Watt distillery at Derry em ploylng over 200 hands and one of the largest in Ireland vflll cuose July 1- The Baltinglass Board of Guardians have granted ID Ahearne late Master of the Workhouse a superannuation allowanceTwentyeight men were ordered to find ball In connection with the cat countyfiveKlldare is mourning the death of John Coleman Borough Surveyor of Athy and William Ryan a well known stock breeder Recently John GUmartln a well known resident and politician of Ballymote passed away His death caused profound regret in the dis trictThe Belfast trams carried nearly 4000000 passengers during the month of April a slight decrease compared with the same period last yearJ McDonnell of Rathkeale was unanimously elected to the vacancy on the Limerick County Council caused by the death of Michael NaughtonA drowning accident took place near Trim as a result of which a lad named iFrancls Sherry aged about sixteen lost his life In the Boyue From Nowry comes news of the elghtifour cessful exhibitor at Ulster agri cultural shows During the recent violent thunder storm that broke over Kerry much damage was done Mrs Brosnan aged thirtyfive years residing at Klllaha was killed by lightning ConsequQnt upon the regrettable Indisposition of the Most Rev Dr LelghUna complete rest for five or six weeks The arrest of Felix Kllbrlde charged with having falsified the ac counts of the Athy Loan Bank caused a keen sensation Kilbride denied any wrong doing and was allowed out on ball In the presence of a vast gathering the first stone was laid of the new Catholic Diocesan College and Cathedral which it is proposed to erect in Galway at a cost of 350000 Bishop ODea presided amonghisfriends In the diocese by the death of Very Rev Walter Canon Keoghan which occurred at his residence Connhy CountyKllkenny iMichael Keane clerk in the Kil kee postofilce while out shooting curlew near Baltary County Clare slipped when crossing a stone wall The contents of a gun he was carry- Ing were discharged into his left breast shattering one of the ribs and lodging In the lung TIlE WAY TO LIVE The secret of their long lives Is frequently given by men and women who have passed the Biblical limit but the best and truest rule not only tOT length of days but peace es wells that offered by Private John Clancy of the Soldiers Home MU waukee who on May 1 completed his century There Js but one way to live he said when asked what men should tio to reach his number ot years Have the will of God about you1oIt his name were un known the answer would announce him to be a eon of Holy Ireland WANT NEW CATHEDRAL The city of Buffalo N Y Is to have a magnificent new Cathedral and It is hoped that definite plans for its erection will be made in the near future The diocese owns a commanding site with a frontage of 396 feet and a depth of 303 feet Bishop Colton has assurances of sup port whenever his plans are ready DUTDOCKS Of the thirty drydocks in the World large enough to hold battle ship ot the Dreadnought type England and her colonies have ten and the United 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more and better work than any one hree Orders by mail promptly attended to Etimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST ir 1 I ffllVEENEM re tary IL IkIL Co i 12B2 9th uIIDIh r DR J T HAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge fSCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Hers Called For aid Delivered edb Phesee 2alL QpfICE AND tOe 7Id 115SIV T8 stREeT It i fH HltrttJllHUt fftt nxWIX JO aw1Au KULJ3aa 4Q 88 West l Stmt 11 J3gUblaan TIMELY IDEA County Presidents Sug gestibn to Division 4A0H J President John II Hennessy cupled the chair at a well ocII meeting of Division 4 AO H on J Monday night Michael MoHUgh and I Jofin OConnor were reported on the sick list All of the officers were present except Harry Brady the Treasurer who Is not enjoying the best of health at present It was announced that Stdte President George J Butler and County President j Patrick J Welsh would represent Louisville at the national con vention which Is to be held at Port land Ore next month Prayers were offered for the repose of the soul of Stephen J Toomey who died since the prevlou meeting The members of Division 4 were glad to receive a commun cation from the Rev Father Charles Christmas their former chaplain who Is now stationed at the Dqmlr lean church at New Haven Conn The members extended him their best wishes for successful work IIn his new field- County President Welsh was present and requested Division 4 to have Its degree team Initiate the class of Division 3 on Juno 29 when refreshments would be served and all would enjoy a pleasant evening President Welsh also suggested that the Hlberlana in Louisville have a memorial day as is done In other cities In Irish oeciers In the East and West the Hiberlans of cities and towns have a general memorial mass and vespers The Count President would like to see the same custom established here The Plcnl Committee then reported progress LOVING CUPS Por the Whallen Brothers Presented by Their rrlends Admiring friends of Cols John Hand James P Whallen assembled at Rlvervlew IPai k on Sunday night and presented them with handsome silver lovlg cups The affair had been handle with great secrecy and the Messrs Whallen were taken completely unawares Major William A Colston made the present tlon speech to Col John Whallen and Mayor W O Head presented a sImi- lar cup to James iP Whallen On the side of each cup a rooster the emblem of Democracy Is en graved On the reverse side is en graved the Inscription Presented to Col John H Whallen by some of the boys In the trenches as a troph of his splendid and successful serv ices to the militant Democracy of Louisville and Jefferson county In the campaign and election of 1909 The cups were similar In design with the names of Cols John H and James Po Whallen The donors are among the leading Democrats in the city and county Y1LLANOVA Will Today Confer Degree UponPresidentTaft VlllanoVa Cdllege said to be the only one which confers the degree of doctor of Jurisprudence will bestow Unit honor on President Taft When he attends the commencement exercises there today But three tbcrs one of whom was exPresident lleveland have received the degree PrsldentTaft will arrive at VII mova at 1030 this morning and rill be met by the Rev Laurence A lelurey D D President of the col jge members of the faculty and a umber of prominent Maine Line citizens who have been Invited to meet the Chief Executive The degree of doctor of laws will also be conferred on Secretary Charles Nagel of the Department of Commerce and Labor andthq Rev Francis Xavier McKenny of St Charles College Ellicott City Md VIlTonova Is condutecd by the Augustinian fathers and is one of the great Catholic seats of learning In the United States The college was founded In 1842 and has about 00 students LOUISVILLE BOYS HONORED Several loulsvllle boys were In- the limelight In the eightyninth annual commencement of St Marys College Marlon county last Tuesday Three sons of John T Featherstone formerly of Loulsvlllo and now of- New Orleans attained prominence in their respective departments Raymond Featherstone won second hon ors In the commercial branches Ronald Featherstone was distinguished In the Junior military drill and Mlllam Featherstone was honored with a place In the personel of the mrtencement drams Merlin Ho gin son of Capt Michael Hogan of the Louisville police department was awarded the Lebanon umber Companys medal for excellence In gymnastics and athletics UP TO TIlE FANS The Lolusylllel Colonels play at Inneappjla again this afternoon and morrow and then journey to Sit lul for a series of five games beginning Monday The remarjtao e Improvement In the lubrecentowing baa ac ln set the fans at- fever heat and If the team makes a ood showing on the road tilt trip- and Judging from their playing of t lhltYaruretfor the boys on their return homo f4 inageri Oraysoq and the clubmaal Cement have shown a dlepoition to please the fans by itnelr scent ranges In the club ndlf It jup to th a fans to reciprocate by felvlng rem hearty support In return The longest lineup at present mi 1 be HugbM to j U ward lb s SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I3- DIVISION 1 Meets at Palls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday WalshIMurphy 1P- I Lawler Financial SecretaryThos J Dolan 2120 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday lted Mens Hall First and Market President JJ Ford Vice PresidentRaymond Barns Recording Secretary William T Mcchan Financial SecretaryJno J Keaney 1607 Dumesuil street Treasurer Joseph Lync- hSergeantatkrmsDavid M Mur phySentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThomas J UevensFinancial SecretaryJohn G I1es sion 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noo- nSergeantatArmsJames P Stevens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J Langan 732 West Oak Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly Recording Secretary John J WinnTreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArms William Callaj tan Outside Sentinel Michael McDe nott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIBLE Ieets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Tfaus Hall President J G Cole Vice President J B Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh MI Jrody Financial SecretaryJ E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll SergeantatArmsP Flaherty Inside Sentinel J Flaherty Y 11d x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President John T Kenney First Vice President Dr J A CasperSecond Vice President Sherle JuniffRecording Secretary Robert Os Borne Corresponding Secretary Williat A Link Financial Secretary Frank Gi damsJreasurerDan Weber MarshalAllen G Wobben Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart Magee 2b ilorlarty ss Sulllva 3b Doyle Stanley Flournoy and JNelll for the outfield with Robinson for utility infielder RECENT DEATHS Mrs Lula Williams a popular young matron of the West End died at her home 3125 Southern avenue at noon on Wednesday Her funora took place from Holy Cross churcl yesterday morning and was attendee by many friends of the deceased Many friends and relatives sympathize with John and Mary Joyce of 618 North Eighteenth street li their grief over the death of their Infant son John Martin The funeral took place Tuesday when the re mains were tenderly laid to rest it St Louis cemetery Mrs Johanna Donnelly died at her home 1610 West Chestnut street at ntdnlght Wednesday She had been Ill one year and Buffered from a implication of ailments The deceased Is survived by her husband John Donnelly a son Edward Gare md a daughter Miss Molly Gare ibrother John Flynn of Louisville tad a sister Mrs Nellie Driscoll of eftersonville also survive Mrs Donnelly was an aunt of Fire Chief Timothy Lehan Her funeral tool place from Sacred Heart church Hugh Houghton a highly esteemed member of Holy Trinity hurch and an excellent resident of New Albany passed peacefully away Monday morning at his home 1743 East Elm street He was seventy hree years old and was long a popu ir employe of the old Depauw glass works The funeral took place Wednesday morning with a solemn mass of requiem when the church was thronged with friends and rela tlves Surviving are eight children three sots and five daughters They are Thomas Houghton of Port AI ljgheney Pa Hugh J Houghton Jr and J W Houghton of Nov AK bany Misses Jane and Rebecca Houghton Mrs Edward Jackson and Mrs Jacob Hutt of New Albany and Ors Harry Egan ot Sellersburg PORTLAND VS TASTE TELLS aHbllclubwmIThe Portland meet the strong Taste Tells club of Indianapolis tomorrow afternoon tit oriltnd Park Doherty and Brady being the battery for Portland and Iewes and Schmidt for the Taste ells Interest In the comng game on July 16 between the Union rlnter club of OlncittnaU and Drtland ptlll continues unatoaUd and the banner orowd of the ea0n lII expected at the popular West Bad patic on that Flay Loulavllle Typo aghical Union No 10 atItsmeet- rg on last Sunday made an appro nlattoo to entertain their fellow rattrmea and the visitors from Over tile tthtntx 4 i 1 I i GOOD lYE St Anthonys Flock Says Aufwledersehen to Pastor The Very Rev Father Leo Greu llch 0 M C for ten years pastor of St Anthonys church bade farewell to his congregation on Thursday evening It was a farewell of Joy and sorrow of smiles and tears Sorrow and tears because ho was leaving smiles and joy because be was going to a higher postto c come Provincial of the Order of Minor Conventuals with headquarters at Syracuse N Y the mother house of the order In the United States Father Leo Is one of the most beloved pastors that ever lived in Louisville He has been all that a priest should be all that a good citizen should be and more than that he has entered heartily into the citys spirit of progress whenever the occasion offered Just as he succeeded the late Father Henry Miller as pastor of St Anthonys so has he succeeded him as Provincial The people of St Anthonys rejoice over his preferment and would be pleased to see still higher honors come to him but whether he be elevated to the dignity of Bishop or Cardinal he will 1 be Father Leo to them The people of the congregation St Edwards Commandery Knights of St John and the Concordia Sing- Ing Society assembled In JSt Anthonys school han for the part- Ing Appropriate addresses were made to Father Leo and he replied In kind The sentiment of all the talks was not a long farewell but the good old German Aufwlede sehen RESOLUTIONS On Death of Two Members of CllftoCrescent Club The CllftoCrescent Club which Is composed of prominent Catholic ladles and gentlemen of Clifton and Crescent Hill has adopted resolutions on the deaths of Mrs Fanny Smith Lysagbt and Miss Mattie K Davidson The resolutions are as followsThe club Is grieved and shocked over the recent demise of two tour beloved members their deaths coming so close together making the loss harder to bear In their every duty they were conscientious and faithful especially so In their active interest and labors In the club and work for St Frances of Roma church In their family relations they were devoted and affectionate Their similar cheerful and kindly dispositions and manners endeared them to their associates and coworkers and permit of the same terms of endearment and praise We mourn their loss and will always hold them In warmest remembrance To their respective families we extend our sincere sympathy In their great bereavement This tribute ii- to Is be placed on the minutes of the club a copy is to be sent to each of the bereaved families and to the Kentucky Irish Americ- anIUtADUATES Received Diplomas at St Catherines Famed Academy St Catherines Academy welcomed hundreds ot parents and friends of its pupils to Its spacious portals and beautiful grounds last Tuesday I- uas the eightyeighth amual con nuicemont Graduating honors were conferred on Misses Emily J Tal bolt of Bardstown Piety and Mar C Barber of Springfield Marie E Ualoiiey of Louisville and Miss Gladys W Randall of Dallas TexasThe programme was replete with vocal and Instrumental music essay and patriotic and religious dramas It the close an able address was de liVered by the Rev Father Wllllan Dunn 0 P of iLoulsvllle Head monished the graduates to remember the lessons they had learned at St Catherines ad to live lives of ndustry and selfsacrifice St Catherine s Is one of the oldest educational Istltutlpna In the State but age has not Impaired its vigor Its graduates are able to compete with those of the best academies It the East GONE TO REST Patrick J Ahern aged fourtyfoii yearS brother of Michael and John them and one of the most active lad widelyknown men of the city died Sunday afternoon at his rest den e 709 East Oak street after a short Illness of dropsy Pat Aherr lad spent his life here and was mown for his big heartedness to the deserving poor and those In distress who never appealed to him In vain With the election of Edward Barry be became Deputy County Assessor nd was one of the most obliging and popular officials about the Court louse Besides his brothers he leaves a wile and son and two sisters Ilsses Mary and Margaret Ahern rrhe funeral took place Tuesday lornlng from iSt Pauls church Rev Father ThomasYork being the cele rant of the mass of requiem which Wall attended by a large concourse of mourning friends and relatives 1AI11 SHOUT VJfHT John T KMtMrstone JSuperfn tcnctentof Construction for tile tmberland Uetephone and Telegraph Company with fhwdquartflrs t New Orleans spent a week hferia vlitinl hit children r vani rend Before returning to the reant City Mr Neatheratoneteat to 8t Mary CollJge to attend the- bnrmenoementexercises cHis sons Udam and Kaymoad r vataeratono tjiiaxl prominence In the saretoM iyt SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER 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