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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t- a t tr KENTUCKY ikiSll AMERICAN VOLUME XXV NO 2 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 9 1910 PRCE 1IVE GENTS3 cm DARKNESS And Silence Shroud the Cor- pscfOt Uncle Sams Boys t Society Born Too Soon Seemsi QtiIckIyLa1d t- Reat o Proprietor ot Han Tolls ProT r motors Premises Are Not Available SOME CATHOLIC AMERICANS Uncle ami8Boys seem to have kept discreetly quiet since the expose of tholr preamble and ritual by the Kentucky Irish American a week Ago The hade on the dark lantern society has been pulled to obscure the light et those moles are b r- jrowlng in the dark Col Petty of flhelbyvllle the new United Slates Collector of Internal Revenue for this the FIfth district of Kentucky has been heralded as a highly 1t patriotic and upright citizen It has V teen said that he will make his ad ministration the greatest in the history of the district Does he pro pose to accomplish his end by allow f Ing his subordinates to Join Uncle Sams Boys an organization that proscribes Catholics Nobody be Haves that he will tolerate such a state of affairs and yet it is saidI upon good authority that quite a number of revenue employes are now enrolled under Uncle Sams Boys banner It is also stated that ono of the chief organizers Isa Store keeperGauger and is employed in a West End distillery It is up to Col 1 lector Petty to show his hand The person referred to as one of the or ganlzers is a remnant of that ill omened crowd that organized the A- Pp Ays in Louisville in 1893 The expose made last week seems 1p hkve knocked the plans of the I prompters of Uncle Sams Boys Into I smithereens Whatever has been n ono iu the dark they have made no move In the open since the last ap Inearance of the Kentucky Irish knlericari What a namoforan American escrfptlve society We are all kle Barns boysCathoUcProtes- Wan D USotJiJ twe Uncle 8ft- Why sn d Americans proscribo- i Catholics Wtthollcs made America I possible They Catholic navigator Christopher cVumbus aided by i funds furnlshcdW their Catholic I mtjestiec King tWdlnand and Queen Isabella shower the way The I Cabpts and Vettpd cio came later I and all this before Martin Luther be gan his alleged Reformation St Augustine Fla is the oldest 61ty in tile United States It was es tabllBhed oy Catholic missionaries in I t 1565 A little later Catholic mis slonaries also founded Santa Fe N I M Marquette discovered the Mis siselppl river DO Soto explored it I F Both were Catholics and both loved i America I In 1654 Father Semon le Moyne i f- 1 2 Result discovered the salt springs at Onondaga N Y The grst person i to draw attention to the mineral oil TVfllsi at Lake Erla was Father J h de la Roche dAllon and the I cargo of wheat to pass down the wtes sslppl from Illinois was the prod ict of a Jesuit mission The 11 sugar cano grown In the vicinity of 1 ew Orleans was cultivated by Jeiii ts To whom more than Lafayette do Americans owe thanks for aid In gaIning their Independence Yet Lafayettewas a Catholic and In 1834 the bell in Philadelphia that xngdout the Declaration of dependence completed Its mission In 1 0 connection with the Reyplution when It toiled the death of Lafayette Tlie Catholic Church is the same ttheworld over Her sons In what ever clime worship at the Same l f vhrine Catholics in America are not fighting the Baptists Methodists L S Episcopalians Hebrews Qr any other denomination but they will not stand tor any trespassing on their Tights to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness t mptiovtrMt last Thursday night Dodgers t jiijd Iteida printed In an attempt to draw a crowd It wee advertised jihat the Rev M P Hunt Pastor of the Twenty eeond and Walnut street Dnptlot jchurch and the Rev Robert E Reed pairtor of the Twentyslxh and arket street church would ad dreek those present Probablytwen tyflye certainly not more than thirtr heard the addretisors whoever they were They heard a tirade i againstl Catholics la general and I against cellurg BubcellurB and the j lemon faced Pope on the Tiber Next day the proprietor ldUDele ISams Boys the lull wag engaged for several seasons to come UMTS WORK BNDHD I Oebbardt Hthkbin i htr 6van years Idons of N w Albany bMt Vnowu and nibBthPIT r epeoted- itiitrih I illgdt Tueday at bihosne 409 I 8S thebouelnihl p He was a ahoemaker 1Lde at his trade up to a few go Fiftyeight years ago Mr Hinkebeln waa married I Marys church Alcbth sad It Q GrayiM treetpi Louisville and im mediately following the ceremony he and hlf bride repaired to the BoUse in New Albany where he died He is sutvlvedby his wife and the follow1 lug children Benjamin S Hinkebeln former City Clerk of New Albany Mrs Ant neHe Zimmerman Miue- Mary and Frances Wlnkobeln and cNeWc devout member of St Marys Catho lie church New Albany from where the funeral was held His widow 1 is eighlyttvo years of age j IUQHTVIEV Judge ODoherty on Cele bration of Colum bus Day 0 judge Matt ODoherty of this theImethod of observing Columbus day in the July issue of the Columbiad the official organ of the Knights of Columbus Judge ODoherty says In partIThe great event which we aim to commemorate on Columbus day has a patriotic or national as well as a religious relation and significance and so the celebration of the day should have regard to both of these aspects Columbus was essentially and preeminently a man of subline faithIt was this faith whichsus talned him in hid many trials whichl enabled him to overcome the many bbstacles in his path obstaclesi which to any but the heroic soul that the was must have proved insur mountable He possessed in an ex ttraordinary degree the courage and zeal of an apostleIndeed he wasi an apostle no less than explorer or djscoverer The religious sde of thei celebration should therefore be Itsi most prominent feature Columbus day should it seems tome i especially in those States W h i IIt has been made a legal holiday ereI1 I holy communion day for the i IIfirstI may rest assured that Columbusi would have It so If he could be con I suited A capable and prominent speaker should be selected tQde Iliver an address appropriate to the J occasion in the aftfrnopn or night In some public hall In some places J It may be better to have a banquet I where a number of speakers can be I heard Local conditlora will have a J great deal to do in determining the I I particular form the celebration I should take but its rejjglous aspect should not be disregarded In any case III The religious feature of tXe cole l018llLwsMI noon or night broad enough to be Interesting alike to all Americans I Catholics and nonCatholics All are under a deep debt of gratitude to Columbus and all should have a like tII ObIIligationI Is true that in a particular way we t who share the faith of Columbus f Are his heirs and wear his name but we should not attempt to monop ollze his fame We desire to make his name and memory dear as they should be to the iXaarts of all our people and we should therefore be f careful not to needlessly offend even the foolish prejudices of some of 1 our nonCatholic fellowcitizens I I The Judge declares that balls lances minstrel shows etc should not be thought of or tolerated ZEAL ADMIREDJ t Henderson Catholics Are- sShowing Appreciation of PastortThe Rev Father Edward Lypcb pastor of Holy Name church at HenEorson spent several days In Louis vllle this week His old friends here were glad to see him in such good health He has the loyal support of the Catholics in his city and has many friends among t nonCatho ics It would be hard to find in Kentucky a congregation that is more loyal to its pastor than that X Hen derson j During the absence of Father Lynch the people of the parish busied themselves putting down granitoid sidewalks around the church and within a short time will substitute granitoid steps for the old wooden terrace 5 TAKES NEWMISSION The Her Father Joseph Schunicht 0 MC left yesterday for TrentonE tf J where he is to be assistant pastor at St Francte church Father Schunicht was ordained about four years ago and is the son of Mr and gMadisonj the young Levlte hag been Btattoned j at Centuriai Wls While in Louis ii- vllle he sn nt many pleaMtnt hour Iwith his parents hte brother JF fIS- Shkh1ad other reJaUjci OATOLIO MAYORS i I J Connecticut now1 hu aIr Catholic1 Ma ora All KnlchU of ColumbUs l dwarclrIttbl lhunj iominently mentioned ai Dembcratic candidate for Governor Daniel P t Dunn of Willamantlc third term 1 c iTfcomM L RelUy of Meriden third term 8t p4a L Chartert ot An sania fonrtb tenn j j 1 T COUNTIES UnionsThat Dear irlsli Names S Erins Sons Were Pioneers an Loft Their Trails Behind I From Coast to Coast and Lakes to Quit They LIt 4 Marks FOR FREEDOMr AND RIGHT I In the United States war on the I Catholic church has always taken foreignerTherei would resent the statement that Christopher Columbus was a foreign er Yet foreigners have been the pioneers in every walk of life whether the field of battle the ifarm the forum or In the realms of science and art Of the 119 counties in Kentucky ten were named for natives of Ireland pioneersKansasIng Irish names In olden days the Irish immigrant was certainly fond of the South Ip Georgia we find Burke Bryan Carroll Coffee Cal DoughertyEarlyBrady Heard Jackson Jasper Talbot and Wayne Eleven of these were named after men born in Ire ofIIrlshmpn I are named after Irishmen Burke county is named after Qov Thomas Burke a native of Galway Harnett county was pamed for Cornelius Harnett a native of Dublin and a member of the Continental Congress Arthur Dobbs once a GoV- ernor of North Carolina was a native of Carrickfergus and a county is named after him Mont RlcbardIDavidson counties were also named after Irish heroes of Colonial days Gaston Jackson McDowell and Wayne counties were named In Irishmen1MICalgiiRlil4Blt tl B WayneIcounties named for Irishmen Among them is Baltimore county named pioneerIty named after George Talbot of Roscommon Garrett and Mont gomery counties San Patricia county Texas was named by a Spanlshlzed IrishmanI Patrick county In Virginia was undoubtedly named In honor of an Irishman I There are counties in the United States named OBrien Conway Ulster Kearney Kane McDonough MoKean Fergus Meagher Kearney I Harney McHenry Taney Shannon Sheridan Dunn McCurtalh Sharkey Walsh Callahan Nolan Regan Donnelly McMullen MoLennon Daw son Calhoun Cochran Crockett II Gillespie Hayes Jackson ITwelveI I I ties eleven have Calhoun counties while there are eight Butler and ix Sullivan counties Carroll wasI of the signers of the DeclaraI ion of Independence Calhoun was a Vice president of the United States and a son of Patrick Calhoun otjj Donegal Butler was a Major Gen eral in the Revolutionary war and one of the five brothers who were officers in that memorable conflict and Sullivan was the son of John Sullivan a County Kerry school J masterRECEIVED IN AVDD3NGE I Among those who were received in private audience by the Holy Father last week were the Rev Dr James P Mc rawof Syracuse the Rev Thomas Brennan of Berkeley Col the Rev Hugh and Daniel I Mac RevThomasYork and Mrs Henry C Loughlln of Philadelphia There were no au diences during this YeekIWJ Plux X and all hs court entered a retreat Implying silence and retirement for eight days ObWE HAVEN r Cool andbeau futwith the- rounds a perfect garden spot the- ceond week of the Catholic Summer School at Cliff Haven opened last Sunday wIt molt encouaglnc pros pecti The first family gathering on- unday evening brought out every one oa the aeeentfely grouadi and proved a moat enjoyable oceaeion The iR y Fathff HIckey preelded and preflted tlie yazIousapakers The leturw on IrUk art and literature have been of unuiual interest while the evening recitals are proving very entertslnln On Monday the even Dr programme of patriotic selectlonn by MissI MaryC Vf NevlUe of Tew York was qulte in keeping with the cplrlt of the day and were admirablyt done The BeleotlonB by Miss Neville were wpplemented by a reading ot byIPM1I I l patriotic airs blithe audlnce The first ball pf the season was held at the Cha1lplal Hub on Wejijetday evening avid wM well attendedi Tie prograntfBe of Round Table Talks will be Inaugurated next week by Helene H iMagratn of New York I TrliThroughThe eveifng see Ions during theI coming week bYfMlrle taken up by song recitals A Zeckwer of PhiladelphiaV IGRANiJ SIGHT iSoldiers and Citizens Wlt tness Military Mass at ChicagoI Prior to the ripening of the great Fourth of JulyJBiilltary tournament the first military mass eVer celebrated In Chicago was held in the arena In GrantUPark and was for the JljOOO soldiers encamped there and others who wished to attend The mass was celebrated by the Rev theFltthThreehundredmusical portions of the mass and the Paullst cadets executed the military rites An altar had been constructed In front of the Reserved seat section of the arena at 4e foot of Van Buren street and fromfthls point Father Murphy conducted the mass TheI Paullst cadets were drawn up surrounding I the Chaplain priest and dl rectly In front ofiim was the Paulist Choral Society and the Irish Choral Society comprising 300 singers The military Jnasa was prImarily for the beqSfll 6I the soldiers in the camp who attended Ina body but the general pubHc was given an In vitation to attend occupying seats in the capacious grand stand Officers of thf camp announced that those who attend the ceremony should go to thTarena in a reverent i manner and witness the mass Just as 1 they would In nlfeurch No smoking or talking was permitted as permis sion was only given for the holding of the mass after assurance that it- lwould be heard 1to a befitting manners l and not be glveti as a performance for amusement iflhe general public The Twentyse nth Infantry and Fifth field arttUfjry bands combined to furnish the IliSftcumentai music for the massOhli II Murphyhas cole IJrated milflaryj sea at a number of army gather ndthe cere rnony Monday fnb of the most elaborate of avfitof them The military mass dj pjvback to the days of tht Knights KJphn when this famous mllltai originated the high thilltary and had regular priestsrVAqt MACKIN COUNCIL Arouses Interest In Its Coming Lawn rateV J The election of delegates to the pGrandheld at Bellevue in August drew a large attendance at Mackin Council on Monday night President John v TheIw delegates chcfcen are Hon Samuel JgiRobertson William BUrke Dr J AeCasper and John H Hancock The committee arranging or the memorial window in St Cecilias church reported favorable progressgj and distributed the combination I books among the contestants Thd winner will be given a trip to the worlds championship baseball series hThement to secure a childrens play ground for the West End It was decided to appropriate UOO toward equipping the playground In the event It was secured A class of ion candidates is ready for initiation and a date for conferring the degrees will be annQuncedfilOona RECENT DEATHS a The home of Capt John and Mrs Elizabeth Flahlve 740 South Twen tythlrd street was cast in gloom Tuesday when the angel of death claimed their infant and only child Michael Francis Flablve aged eight months Funeral services were held Thursday morning and the Inturment was iu St Louis cemetery For the parents there is the most heartfelt sympathy though they have the consolation of knowing an angel awaits them In heavenVThe funeral of MIsS Mary F Doherty sister of DanrelE Doherty whose death was due to the infirmities o of old age took pace Monday tl morning from fit Mary Magdalens t cfcurch the Rev Father William Gansepdhl offlsiatlng at the solerpn obsequies Mlia Doherty was a na tlve of Ireland having been born in Strabanein 1823 She came to this country with her parents In early childhood and wWJfvedln iwuisvllle Wforr ftlpnNt7rjMAN lIn OJtTt h Last lattfrjUy at SaUimore rune young TO ea ehtt r d the SaVerlan t- rBrotherhoo4 at Mount St Josephs tot College mong those who entered were three frpp Kentucky They are lnIL fulhOL LouisvilleJ Joaeph w- Wi emaqf Eiiibtktown4 1JdT hFattoermonacterB officiated at their receiH a lion Brother J Chrysojfom of IB81 slum aoJB the head of the order was III present inA closed the cereQionlot wkhI e of an elaborate nature REDMOND Irish Leader Now In Position t Dictate Terms In British Politics Asqulths Delay In the BudgetII- Fight Prevents Serious Clash Price For Fight Against tile Lords lind For Homo Rule GRAUE PERIL HAS PASSED Redmond scored again last week cables T P OConnor to the American press With the veto guns silenced for the moment by the con ference and the budget with no relief on thq whlsTty tax com gbn im SOUledaysj hadinsistedthe stages of the budget and at the prolongedtheveto fight Redmond wtVild have been obliged to vote against the budget and destroy the budget and the Government Such a step though Inevitable must also have brought some grave calamities such as the postponement of the fight against the Lords the postponement of home rule the exasperation of the Liberals and therefore the creation of two politicsInsteadingly many anxious hours Jor Red mond during last week Tie situa 4earedAsquithspromiso coupled with n postponement oMhe later stages of the budget to tLse I slUlngBleaves Redmon master 3f the situation l By the time the winter sittings begin I one of twothlngs will have hap pened Either thV Government and the Tories will have agreed to a compromise on the veto or the con ference will have broken up and the veto fight once more will be raging 1 with the old fury If the Govern meat jnakes a compromise hostile I to home home Redmond can defeat I the budget and overthrow the Gov I ernment It the Government enters once more into a courageous fight I ag iUl JlLei ItIrIBk e1 Jal W l back Redmond in swallowing the budget as Irelands price for u real j fight against the Lords and for home rule Though the prospects therefore are now enormously brighter than last week Redmonds difficulties are not entirely removed LloydGeorge made an enormous blunder In yllediug to the clamor of the ultratemperahce arty and the renewing of the whisky ax The results on the Irish whisky trade will be serious though greatly exaggerated and OBflen and Healy witlyhichame was tried in the spring and In a hopeless failure and fac tipn Is dying hourly in Ireland The conference situation still is mysterious and nebulous The enera Impression Is that It must end in a failure This was reflected in the widespread rumor thSt the conference already had burst up The impatiencej among the Radicals also as reached such a high point that written remonstrance would have been presented to Asquith if the soothing tongue of the master of Ellbank the chief Liberal whip had not calmed the mutineers The result of all this pressure must be to hurry up the conference and strengthen the Liberal negotiations any weak concession to the Tories Winston Churchill still speaks hopefully of the possibility of compromise In the conference and the two successes of tie Liberals In two recent byelections will help the Liberals weaken the Tories In any case however Redmonds sittingshas i the Irish Once again Redmond has shown himself the real leader of the English Radicals and has made the Radical as well as the Irish tastlcs win Thus the week which began in gloom and uncertainty ends in energy confidence and aclosernnion of the English and Irish progressive fbrcee and the near future promises either the acceptance by the Tories I gtyohe I hey want or an immediate and more I violent renewal of the campaignJagainst the present House of Lords I MOURN IJgDftATir The death of Patrick OBrien the ell known hotel keeper caused a of indeepread glo hon Mon y ay at Frankfort where he was held the hlAh teateem nllfiNE tt Mrtous illness wag early lait fall but e rallied considerably from the at lack aid his many irlendi were hope ul that he would be fully reetOred health He had some serious kit IlIo C eeks ago hii eauJltfon became so- bserious that dhy itclani gaf up all ope He Ungeed until Monday w- tternoon thougk he was UDoon clous for aereral days He had hemka resident of W Jbdford county for topiFrankfort Hotel amfde for aim tJ seltan enviable reputation for honesty and square dealing in all his business ventures He Is survived by his wife and two sons His uncle Peter King to whom he was very devoted died a few days ago In New wereIWednesday morning at Frankfort attAr which the remains were brought to this city fur interment lu St Louis cemetery FIFTY YEARSV Mr and MaurlceCoII Cele brateThelr Golden Wedding The most notable social event of recent years In Jeftersbnville took place yesterday When Maurice c n- and his estimable wife celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage at their home 808 East Chestnut street An unusual fact connected with the event Is that both of the attendants and the priest who offi elated at the marriage are still living wedding and Miss Maria Herron was on July 8 1860 at the Cathedral Louisville omclatlug J10WMrsbrldesgroomsbrotlier in PittsbUrg The worthy couple preferred a quiet celebration and family reunion but they are so well known and popular that this was out of the question and all day their home was thronged with friends who called to offer congratulations All the chll dren and a number of grandchildren of Mr and Mrs Colt were present for the happy occasion They are Mrs Cornelius McNamara a daughter of the celebrants and her children of Keokuk Iowa George CoIl a well known attorney of Dallas Tex Ber JerfersonvUleperous business marl who at one time was Treasurer of Clark county John P CoIl a leading Jeffersonvllle gro cer Mrs Nellie Edelen wife of Dr Charles Edelen of Louisville Charles IColl and Krnest Coil of Jefferson ViHe James Coll of Cincinnati and Cdmond CoIl of South Bend Mr Coil is s native of County Doi 3gal Ireland and was born No vembVc 27 1833 A good part of fhevllle for orty years ahd was formerly a villknown machinist He served two ears In the City Council as a mlmbe rom the Fifth ward Mrs Coil is aatlve of New Orleans and is about tfiYbe years youngertljlVJJ I j 7 VB j HV estimabi oman with hundreds of friends 1TIi e gathering Friday was one of the most enjoyable ever held by the family ALTERNATES S for Delesatea to Hiber nian State Convention The fact that Division 1 A O H will elect alternate delegates to the State convention at Ashland at the meeting to be held at Falls City Hall on July 19 is expected to bring out the biggest attendance of the aumii mer This is an honor that many covet and in which there is great in terest President Thomas Walsh presided over the deliberations Tuesday night which wore spirited and Im portant Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr Martin JCuslck Secretary Thomas Lawler and others madeIJ timely talks and spoke for the County I Board outing at Phoenix Hill and also for the celebration under the J auspices of Division 1 at Fontaine t Ferry next month Walter Coakley Was elected to membership and it is nOw certain that an Initiation will be held in tm II near future All members of the order were surprised and grieved I when the Visiting Committee reported I that Secretary Thomas Dolan was suffering from bye trouble ned that Officer John Holden was again confined to his home BoUt h valued members of Division 1 arefI It is earnestly hoped their illness will be of short duration President Walsh It urged those present to assist Miss Lally who Is their candidate In the I County Board contest now In pro gress J II ENVOYS ciiaV J John Redmond Chairman of the tt Irish party who is coming Over to attend the great convention of thet I United Irish League of America t Buffalo next September cahjectbat will beaccomxiffnI4Ktby Measra 1 Devlin Daniel Doyle and T P OXJonnor three of the ablest Irish leaders in the House of Coin mons The envoys w1UsallSep l ember 7 and with the exception of- lMr QCbnnor will spend at least lit l Theyp4111it deitkroulbOfeallaghaa of DeMon VPROQflON lIWP C pVrhCllBeavjM bfle ofte A WanV It ashier attire commercial1 Bank D- dITrst Company hag b en conflrmed a y the dJrectdriit Mr Cllns had m- nIIhtiiif bani since its founding and each promorjbn hu bG nltaWlrd r nem TJie young banKer IsoeJof the Ae t known yoowr jTiahAmerl t ane InuJoulBvUle and is prominently In Yx M i and Hibernian ti i circle I BAZAR For Sisters of Mercy Reoevl Irish Origin of Their Order I Catherine DIcAuJey De4s4iJ I Fortune to Found Grand WorkoV Obedient to Authority Alwxyg Achieved tire Purpose Desired JNUNS WORK IN THIS CUT In view of the fact that arrange ments are being made by Louisville i Catholics to give a bazar In autumn to aid the Sisters of Mercy who havli labored long and zealously in thm diocese It is apropos to say that tmj order is of Irish origin Sijtera otMercy are teachers primarily and their graduates are among the fore most maids and matrons of the cornr munlty Mary Catherine McAuley foundress of the Order of Mercy was born at Stormestown House Dublin county September 29 1779 Her parents who were Catholics died while she was young and she and her brothejc and sister were brought up 1 Protestants At eighteen she was aakMr and Mrs OCallnghan JOlbelief1 affectionate and encouraged her Imposed ministrations among poor it was almost necessary for to practice the observances of J religion in private yet so great Catherines influence that she hi J the satisfaction of bringing both t jthem over to the Catholic Churcl fbefore their decease Mr OCaJJ laghan died in 1822 having survived but a few years leaving Cath Jerine a large fortune which she determined to devote to oJksofmercy She accordingly bought a f plot of ground in Baggot street Dub IInapd without welldefined inter oltnsl aldtheaMtQTh Lions laid the foundations pf an ins tutlon for the education of tl young o1 the city and the Plo el tton of ervants and women pf goo characteJvarid to serve i a a horn f 7itsY e VVthe sick and dying This Hoi Our Blessed Lady Of M rcrLw completed In 1827 For three years Catherine tcAulej and her friends continued their ruin istrations without recognition as a regular order December 12i 1831 she and two of her companions after a searching novltate of fifteen months pronounced according toihe rule of the Presentation orAr their vows of perpetual povert astity and obedience subject to whatever alteration should be deemed necea Bary for the due performance oC the duties of the new Institute of the Sisters of Mercy Catherine MC Auley was by ArshbishoR Murray canonically appointed mothersuper ior Thus a now order was fOunded which has since thread over the world and in 1863 numbered i5jconvents under its rule The JnsOll tutlon of the order was approved I M Pope Gregory XVI in 1830 iS died November II 1841 and vy burled In the little cemetery 4djoj jOuocharacter of Catherine iMefAuleyl the most precious legacy that Jchildren can inhecl lrdia hejv chief strength seems to Hel i simplicity It was this thai pro preserved her through the tjU which her faith was exposed her younger years and kept I being chilled and hardened d so long a period of her lifeJ unable to practice her rell cept lin mere necessaries an allowed to make any ppc of It Yet we find her after sh passed forty able to begin the of mercy with which her nufn iiII and gentleness hklii d1terseUmoi without ciatIi any of the la brought w tal lig The Sister long and earne5nT They conduct the A adI Lady of Mercy on tfast and the Sacred 118 av 0 ilqetrtreetBesJdelII order are engaged i acfj local parochial ach- otCWTPIiAthIs i Words tnhot e of rather pr mother ot their flrsMrfro i if can le as athetic handsh nIi I am SOE h this inartrfesi that Jtf helping iCai Bd his estimable wiff under the ttts of the Michael 5vho djajlV venliiitr Little MIctii i nly eight months old hi o both father and in uneook pluc fr eul 40 Bout tree day rC uf j lJ DKENWUOKY JI a E xc l11 iINTUGKY IRISfl1IMERlGftti ed to ithe Social aril coral AYIKhflrlilt l Aiwrfctis and Cttheilcs oiftclnUy Indorsed by Ancient Order of HlberniMW Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knlgbtsof America KtNTUCKV iKliH AMERICAN PRINTING COU rT f ted PYhllehre SUBSCRIPTION PK1CR ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC- NafreA tHM UiitfTUU PaatoMleal a BeeeadCIa flatter cross til+ CMMMlcittMi te the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Wed ktei St OUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 9 1910 BASE HYPOCRISY Worldwide seems tobO the crt tide against the JeffjeriusJohnsoi moving pictures Governors that arc =sand Governors that want=to bo have uttered their anathemas against the brutal sport And It Is well Why should a man want to see blood spilled They do It and pay big prices for the privilege The man who had the rhino to get to Reno paid the price and paid anothe price At Reno The man who did not have the price consoled himself on July 4 with the thought that he was saving something and that he woult e the fight for ten cents at a later tte Suddenly a wave a simoon A jfrocco or whatever you may please to call this spasm of gentility has spread Over the world and th authorities will have none of It these same authorities will titan day after day and week after week for moving pictures depicting marital Infidelity yet they say nothing Moving pictures have shown u- itmerlcan soldiers fighting In the s where black and brown rp slaughtered by wholesale wholesaleI slaughter count y worse for one man to fight er than for one country to fight erf he era of the moving picture Ilis ly dawning Men like Mien Kin oy and E W Dustin will bring the musement up to an educations standard In time we will see picture 61 the Crusades of the battle lIon tart of the Thirty Years War of Cromwell of Patrick Sarsfleld of thi Irish Brigade at Fontenoy of Nero and the burning of Rome of Solomon irid ills temple and of Adam and Eve a the Garden of Eden All of us have read of thesethlngs Aftl we be any better or worse for HardltForght ther i viYj t rr ders h indittons ofsthe candidate or istlp honors and have since re sled UB with stories of the bfacl utanaylotory These newspaper storl a fire worse than the pictures The pftjWftjj tell the truth while the reported draw on their Imagination The people attempting to stop the pictinaj are hypocrites or worse 1 1isroe with the Irish Stan jiftrd that there was DO time In thi history of Ireland when the need o unity was greater than It is now w Arid Ireland Is not seriously wantlni Tii that restfect today for a country with nlQAtenths of Us representa tives following the leadership of oh roan certainly can be said tu b iTltedi There are those who are beaming Impatient because Mr Red spud didnt force the Issue of Home tuto before the budget was passed r Redmond ia no novice in the art KfaloSnanship and if he and nine iithsr of his colleague saw fit to tiow ihejr present course it is the r of every loyal Irishman to sub too tliplr judgment and not be too id uttering the childish retort- you a0t aerall Council of the city of a did well to choose men oUJohh H Whalien and Frank ehtr as directors of the Louis Gat Company Mr Geherand- Wliailen are thoroughly identl vitii the citys interests It the LiTs of the General Council idse same forethought T ulsyille would onded Wll- enasked If andidate fQr- Jillalnouilna rpw and will not for him nhaa- Di mocratic party toe attlf bc longer taken tiB its standard bearer L ent ion of lMpaat grand Oereraon county WM oalleit Oiatlon of ibi child labor ttMi rutOtihegrsnd i ifcc pftji Intor the offendtr root e f Jtfit lid the Jury Ib jilMUAt- rhna neither waoraI- ct l necessary for theoLouls i to go to Churchill Downs mobile races Stroll along r Broadway aaj even lock and tf Bll see lb your Irish World we would state that the Cor Ington diocese and Lexington are both in Kentucky and that Bishop Maes has not been to Nebra- skaSQCITYi ss N03i SThomas J Newman and family of Clifton have returned from a visit to friends in Nashville Mrs Sam Robertson had as her guest for the Fourth her sister Miss Tee Maddox of Mlddletown Miss Pearl Leary of South Louis ville left last week for a visit with Mrs J J ONeil at Longford Deputy Assessor J Guy Nevin was among those fom this city who spent the Fourth in New York Mrs Rosa Volz has returned from a short but pleasant visit to Mrs M R Scully at Pewee Valley Mrs J J Maloney and daughter Miss Marie have gone to Dawson Springs for a two weeks stay Miss Mary Eberhart has returned from a visit to Misses Annie and Georgia Killlck at Leitchfleld Miss Gertrude Heffernan entertained her card club Wednesday evening at her home in Portland Leroy Keating has returned to Paducah after spending the Fourth with his parents in South Louisville Miss Louise Maloney is spending a week with Mr and Sirs Edw L Pope Barrett and Longest avenues Miss Marjorie James of DaytrfiI Ohio Is here to spend several wrtKs with Judge and Mrs Matt ODoerty Miss Lena Thurman of sonfahas been spending a week her as the guest of her sister Mrs Elbl OBrien Misses Agnes Tuerffs and Marcella Xustes of Highland Pfk have been spending the week nt Alexandria Jndv the guests oft Mrs Lou- ts1iteefftiralozMisses Mary Brannigan and Cath erine Hickey will sail from New York today to spend the remainder of the summer Mrs J P Hanley Crescent Hill Is home from a delightful visit to relatives at Cincinnati Paris and Frankfort James T Shelley who has been at home nursing a carbuncle on his jaw for ten days or more Is able to be out again Miss Helen Thlckstun daughter of George Thlckstun of Terre Haute is visiting her grandmother Mrs Delia Thlckstun in Jeffersonvllle Miss Florence Holllhan of Crescent 11111 had as guests for the Fourth of July Misses May 0 Bryan and Lll1 Han Cook of Jeffersonvllle Misses Norma Kelran Enid You mans Stella McGrath and Hortense Johnson left Saturday to spend the Fourth with friends in Cincinnati Mrs Walter E Glover and daub terse Marie and Antoinette spent several days this week in Frankfort as the guests of Miss Emily Thomas Mrs Peter MoMahan of Pasadena F aand Mrs James Mc Mahah of this city haye been visit ing Mrs Ben Yates at Jeffersontowh Mrs William B Ifcherty and daughter Miss Henrietta accompanied by Paul fioheriy have gone North to spend the remainder of the summer Misses Bettle and Mary Joe Mc- Kenna have returned to their home at Palrfleld after spending a most enjoyable Fourth with friends in this city 00 P Murphy and wife Dr B J Lammers and T B Kelly were among the inumber front Loufsvllle spending the peat week at West Baden Springs Mrs W T Speak and daughter MfeM Jefnetla will Icaye next week for Salem 111 where ilrs peafc will join her husband who holds a res sponslble position there Robert J Hasan and Clem W Hugglna sailed from Nevi Work aid will spend the summer in Europe Tftff pill Tlrtt all tkei principal itfes and points of interesti jMiprli Cnni CBtoni of toe Tew Xprk Store will leiT for New York mat week c1oll July 1lwlU sail uU Xris 8Ledake farsC of September B Cordon formerly of jlhia pity but now floor manager f one of Cincinnatis largest deltrtment stores was here with his Janly last week for a visit to friends Ind rela tn w Mr and Mr George myn Ban kin who were married Jnfc 81 bees etttrned from tbehl lt a im0P aa4 re t Ue Votne slit ia I 1h iDeposltsI For Million Dollars THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK8 t rJ 4 iAS CONSOLIDATED WITH THE 11 f SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK i22 WEST MAIN STREETf 1 Transfer of Assets and Liabilities made Wednesday Ni ht All business will be transacted from office of SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK AH Officersand Employes qf Third National Bank will be associated with Southern Nations Bank where they will be glad to welcome their friends and acquaintances parents Mr anti Mrs W T Speak 1910 Maple street Mrs Louise C Pilson has an nounced the engagement of her daughter Miss Ida Blanche Pilson to Joseph E Conkllng the well known attorney The wedding wll take place in August ADD SOCIETY Misses Nellie and Annie Flnega returned home Wednesday after an three weeks visit to Rosedale Miss where they Were the guests of Mr and Mrs Peter Jennings James Gt ONell of Baltimore Is hero to spend part of the summer vacation with his classmate Dan A Driscoll on Hamilton avenue BotJ young men have just comepleted their course at St Charles College and will enter the seminary next yearMr and Mrs William A Brown of 526 West Brecklnrldge street were entertained by a number of frinds at the Seelbach last week in celebration of the fourteenth anni versary of thir marriage Both were the recipients of unique tokens of the happy occasion Mr Brown is with the L N and is one of the most popular employes The TriMl Club gave an outing at St Matthews Grove on Sunday July 3 Those present were Misses Eva Walter Carrie D Herrmann Nellie Mae Costello Josephine O + Connell Anna Mae Moyer Josephine Oertel Josephine Tierney Mary Ridge Catherine Ecker Minnie Shalk Edith Pemberton and Messrs John Waechter John Hennefey Pi J Sand man Frank Brigman Ferdinand Valinpti Ben J Sandman V K Ecker Coleman Ridge John Ritman + Joseph Bell H iC Staecher and John L Cunlff APPOINTOIENTS POPUIiAlt Thomas McDonou h has been appointed Clerk ot the Quarterly Court and Ray Flan gan has been made his assistant Both appointments are popular Because the people know Messrs McDonough and Flanacaa are careful cajMhk and energetic COUSIN A Pnniwr IdOMi J1 Doyle a well known reit a alof1ie uObany arrlyi4 home l1eed y from Bfc Louis where brt yent to witnowTthft orAteatlan to tae holy prietbood of hU eoukta John r Murphy Archbishop Glennon performed the ceremony Mr Doyle KojfMt to soon bate Bather iCnrpby with hiss for a IIhqrt visit 1 Ji POPULAK Pi IDJr Jnam r The Rev Fattier Bernard Cunnlnc ham p itor of Vincent Ualoa eonuty spent tieBti1 days In Iou1v rlUe this week her C snuht tani U inpoor health but Wi fflMt lope a RroIonced wrt w 1J1f bea- K thIm llJflti C = 3 ITS MONI3Y NOT WORKT- hatI J shortens mans life and robs him of the happiness and contentment m tnt he ought toibti getting out of his life work A SAVINGS ACCOUNT 1I ffwith this bank would decrease YOUR worries about the future Increase 1m- I your earning capacity and put the insphation of success into your work I You may START an account with ONE DOLLAR and get interest COM- POUNDEDI TWICE A YEAR on every dollar you put into it 1m tKy Title Savings Bank I and Trust Co 1Fifth and Court Place IIOpcn Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m iiJiSi g TIRED PLAYERS Should Have Rest On Bench Without Any Salary The Toledo team will be here to day for a series of four games with the Colonels and as they have been going at a fast clip lately Manager Howards aggregation will flntt them a harder proposition than either the Indianapolis or Colurnbus clubs In the Toledo lineup are several Louis ville favorites amqng them being Billy Hallman the fast outfielder Grover Land of Frankfort and Charley Hickman their star slugger and popular throughout the Associa tionAlthough sore over the late miserable showing of the Colonels the tans are ready to rally to their support at the first sign of improvement and this could be brought about by Manager Howard giving a long rent- on the beach to several of the present commons ItIVERVUtW Rlvervlew Park ili now a center of activity for sunnier amusements and young and old arel swarming brepkingtoryof this pdpulw retort Bvery attrition is IE full blast The free eooeerts vaudeville show awimmlng pool1 Bcenic railay and outer fir vice hive caught ths fancy oftke crpwdit and there seems tobt no- ueufth totheir popnlarlty A ommaui t JL lawn fete And ice ojeam social for the benefit of Holy Crrai cnureh will be glT n on the cbrch lawn Thfrtyjeepond and Broadway on Monday and Tuee4 y An fat 1 and t An elegant Dutch lu ned by the ladles of th don TlcleeUi are Only t- euh ticket 10 stood to Supper will be served from 5 oclock until 8 CATHOLIC FEDERATION The Catholic Federation will meet at the Catholic Womans Club next Thursday evening and a full attendance of delegates is desired Matters of importance are to be dis cussed and all societies affiliated with the Federation are requested to have their delegates present ST BIUGIDS FETE A lawn fete for the benefit of St Brlglds church will bd held on the church grounds on the evenings of July 27 and 28 The lawn fete promises to be ona more extensive scale than anything ever attempted In the Highlands VISITED RELATIvEs ReV Father Donald Manning assistant rector of Holy Trinity church New Albany ha yfetumed from a vIsit to relatives in Indianapolis CATHOLIC AVOMANS CLUB The Catholic woman Club will give a euchre and ptenlq at Phoenix lint Park on Tued ylJere will be a country store and otja r attrac anus to amuse young and old TRIX1TY COUXCHJ 3IOXIC Trinity Oowreil will give tan nual outingl afc Porn Groye on Taelday July 1 Tickets are only twenr tyilvq cents and each ticket holder will ilea contestant for a prIM ot10 Incol4 The stetmcni Columbia and lute will be used There will bj music and danelug to and from the picnic grounds GOTXGTO BOMB 9 Archbishop Mourner left Mil waukee last Wednesday for New m w toe will eU for y He will be and will spend i bY Iw + ai tINNts iiKNlNI iN 0 Ni0NaM0 N Fur Your Furniture rwt1 i I r WANT YOUR TRADE I z My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best I JAMES GREEN 1 Y 425 427 and 429 East Market Streetifs ZewssseN oeeeeeleNNeeeoeioeeo0b BE SURE TO CALL FOR l ari McItENNAWHISKY II IT IS ALWAYS PURE Distiller Fairfield lip lijMcKenna HALF0F YOURTROU BLE GONE When You Use DI AHOND WALL PLASTER jn Your fluldingM- ANUPACTURnn feV KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COTIncorporated Plrt nd River both Ttomt 467 Also operating Rooster Wl1liIirall LouUvHI K Jef raonvUlcladPhone llI GEiWR 6 SON 2IS WEST MARlClT STREET S8U THK C I BRATKD If NORMtN STAR REFRIGERATOI ThOOply Reingeratot with Cork Insulation TbeQUICIMEALGASr Combines not a few bat all f prApUcal vl e that ate consldaU er desirable in a QM Range The QUICK MEAL has 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Been i the putIWeekOn News Notes I Indianapolis Hibernians wit d their annual Irish day celebra nj August 15- ZVlaconsln I Hibernians wijn j deavor to bring the next n at convention to Milwaukee I I Division 2 has been making Y progress this year and will hjan excellent report for the State fn tion I Division 3 Is still receiving fete for the hospitality of Its las et I ing Such affairs help lucre he attendanceChicago j Hibernians throu ate Secretary OBrien have madopd some donation to the Irish fila J mentary fund- IDiTlslon I 1 expects to havjflne set of pictures and a real It roII gramme for Its IrishAmerl at JTheyJ at Memphis The division the ded five new names last week at the next Meeting will Initiate fany jThej bore approximately 2rf 00 00 mom In cluding that splendid body oltho lic women the Ladles AJlary which is making remarkable rem JWithJ ding hotels and drives around deities there will be entertain men e for the delegates to the natto nven tion when they arrive at si ll and MinneapolisAll I of Dlvlsla rill be notified to attend the not feeling In addition to the I electInate delegates to Sucpnventt- tion I there will bo buslrasjt vital Importance for considerate Upon all sides is hear alre fqr another initiation Kacljifpe fpur divisions has candJdatj waiting the degrees and as DIvlbia has a besuxppliflcaionj for longer delayef I i Monday night Dlvisiq will reII celve reports of the rail of the Phoenix Hill outing anJrii all In dications TTJey will be pa gratify ing It Is also probablitt at thisImeeting the alternates ilp for I convenjinDivisionI cresting meeting Monday night Rdorts will be received from the duly Board Executive Committee iqalso the programme for the tom Ibernlan celebration for which sent Hen nessy will name a nubtf of subcommittees I 1 No society of Cathol I11 closer to- the priesthood of e Catholic church than the Anc t Order of Hibernians This is fded as it I should be since it wa gtnized pri marily to defend the seated and outlawed priests in u penal days the old land across B water Much interest Is bejL aroused In the contest between rtour young ladies to be decided atp union celeC at Phoenix H Each one a large number friends who selling tickets 1 hot cakes The rivalry is spirits ut friendly and before long man besides the Hibernians will be tmg an active part The prizes to awarded are valuable and Worthy arnest struggle EFFECT OP jUTir A Protestant lady sting of the Passion Play at Ober mergau stops when she comes to scribing the ene of the cruclfi i She says So much has been Itten of this part of the play the shall pass it over The vast au nee held Its breath faces were t with tears While It lasted no 01 moved so In was the excmient It Is possible to witnx the Pajloii and not be chn ed by It It would be well for Btestants says Sacred Heart R ew to reflect without the tat of the Catho Church without s influence on I the lives of the plays such a presentation of the spas n and death of Lord could not B given What made it possible asks the writer quoted above for htse Bavarian peasants thus to po ay the life and death of the Savl7 And she replies Faith In Hn Precisely where natal the Catholic Church Is such fal in Him to be found T ENJOYS coo HEAITH The Popes beat continues ex ntRecently I suspended private audiences In cler to take part a series of rei Ious exercises which he himself tiabllshed by de He has bee stronger and brighter since ell noting the au ences which so times are very trying on him phj tally especially the summer mo hs PnovINcTAL VETERAN The new Provi Ial of the St Province o the Brothers of Christian Sch Is Kev Brother Emory was a boy oldler In the civil enlisting in is early teens in Illinois regimes His life Is thus lesson in Itself of combined pat riotism and Catho city a splendid type of Amerjcaa iltlzenshlp OATTlVATBi RUSSIANS tries Mildred K arney daughter of late Dennis Barney of San Francisco has r turned to Ireland om Russia whephe has been n9hilland then go to berica lor x short visit Bheit te brtunate a ten year w tract to appear f Russia Probably no other marl- heldartist leas BOH long a contract 0WHITB 1Ddtl t1 1g waging jwtttte dress ekL pfR t y t RIVERVIEWLouisvilles Favorite Family Presentlng1High Matinee and Night Free Concerts by J SIGNOR CARLO ULIVIERIS BA Q Dancing Best Restaarant In South Ihe Joy RldeeverythlnRpewgrander thdn ver take West BroadWay cars FREE ADMISSION FREE CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater es peclally to Ladies and Children PRINCESSand COLUMBIAU- nder the same management We productionshistoric 1f ONTAINE FERR THE PARK BEAUTIFUL r 800CLASSI PM P M1 I FREE CONCERTS GREGGS TWICE BANDYII EVERY NIGHT I EXCEPT SUNDAY DANCING PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnic Socials OutingsT- his beautiful Fark has been greatly and is furnished with perfect throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts CUSCADEN ICE CREAMWITH Designs inSlihe Center IS ALL THE RAGE 1t TELEPHONE 518 AND 584 spcclal309311 Second Street Louisville FORJ FurnitureOf at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST KNIGHTS OF COLIIKI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Last week at Shelbyville Ind a class of fourteen received the first degreeThe Knights of Grand Rapids Mich have planned to erect a fine home next year At the recent initiation at Huron S D a class ot sixty new members was received Into the order Tho fourth degree members are ar ranging for some big doings at Indianapolis during thoralIjj A picnic Is to be given under the auspices of Colorado Sprigs Council for the benefit of St Francis Hos pitalJudged bathe preparations being made at Quebec the coming national convention promises to brf tho greatest yet II On the afternoon of the Sunday preceding Columbus day there will be exemplification of the fourth d gree at Boston Buffalo Council has paid in 3000 its full proportion of the endow meat fund for the Catholic University of America The Knights of Denver attended tna body the first mass of Rev Christian Darley 0 S S celebratedi adl t St Joephs cpurch Lawrencen booawhich thetR4rJaoiit T QRellly Iis emetine in that city last Sun U week about 500 Katfktt asvbmbled at Oswego to witnatw th mum WicatioD of the t1iird d ot IRELAND Record of the non IImportant el the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges appointedAssistant The death has occurred In llitchels town of James Finn a Fenian of the 68 days for whose capture at the time a reward was offered JudgeCurranon claims in connection with cattle driving to William H Mulock Bally cumber The Very Rev Canon Flavin and Thomas Duggan have been unani mously reelected Chairman and Vice Chairman respectively of the Clonmel Asylum Board compensation malicious injuries at Ennis Quarter lncludicgLordAt a recent meeting of the Athy Urban Council Michael Bradley was appointed Town Surveyor The vacancy was caused by the death ot John Coleman priesthood was the Rev T E Garde O P son of the late T Garde J P Castle martyr County Cork Judge Green at Armagh Quarter Sessions received white gloves This was the second sessions in succession at which he received the emblem of no criminal business Over 100 policemen attended the resumed evictions at Cloonshanagh County Roscbmmonr on the Tredlnlck estate The two remaining tenants gave up possession peaceably Michael Cloherty and Bartley Con nor have been returned for trial at Galway by J Kllbrlde R ML on a charge of driving fifty cattle off the lands of Mrs Meldon Bushy Park Annie Meehan aged thirty a farm ers wife at Ballyconnell about ten miles from Sligo has died of in juries believed to have been sustained by the kick of a cow which she was milking A young farmer named John Henry Brackenried of Moybrone near En nlsklllen has been remanded charged with having fired a short at Edward Elliott with intent to murder him A death Involving some mystery has taken place In Balllna Union Hospital A man named Ben Fordy was recently working In a field near Swinford when he was shot through the leg by a rifle bullet Some time afterwards he was taken to the hos pltal where after lingering for some time he died The Rev Michael McDonald ot Westport has been raised to the dignity of Canon and has had also the title of V F conferred on him Tho Rev Father Flatley of Clare Island has been appointed parish priest of Aughagower in room of the late Canon Flatley The esteem In which the RevA v Gallagher pastor of Glenfln County Donegal is held by his old parishion 1agentleman and presented him with an Illuminated address a set of vest ments and other gifts The Quarter Sessions which were held recently for the City of Kilken ney and a district comprising nearly half the entire county were unpre cendented as there were only seven defended cases There has been a gradual falling oft In litigation in recent years There was no criminal businessA bathing fatality occurred In the River Foyle at Derry the victim being Thomas Curran a carpenter W ged twentyone years of Duke street Curran and two other companions were bathing in tho Foyle opposite a place called the Bolles when Cur ran got into difficulties and stuck In the mud and though he made frantic efforts to extricate himself he failed SOUND COMMON SENSE The Park Commissioner of New York refused to issue orders to ex clude the children from playing on the grass In the parks It seems that some crosseyed busybodies Interested themselves as usual In attending toC public business which they receive no J pay to superintend It Is this same class of people that will freeze their hands and generous ears to feed the squirrels In winter but fall td see that children are as Important and often as hungry as animals The foolkiller should be discharged He is constantly loafing on his Job DESERVES MONUMENT Definite steps are being taken 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Handsome 8 inch Glass Berry Bowl f Dont tail to take advantage of this offer i MULLOY StlBctTcc MethodsI- n COFFEE ROASTER t I tJPhOf333 Q11VV MAI31itET SrREET I gl8 asto8 1wwww i iX Srtrr P5 rti wwwrw w zFRESHi EVERY SUNRISE 1tss f TIPTOP x s f p zF t BREAD ryS s 1- 8AV Ir = t TiJ35TLAB s f JohzyitAJJrrr r r r LOKETTO r r Bearding School For Ill Young Ladies iii NINETYNINTH YEAR BEGINS SEPT 51910 J For Terns apply t Directrtss Nerinx PO Ky AWNINGS AND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent Wedonnreand better workthan any one hreel JJders by mail promptly attended to 4mates cheerfully furnished Mucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST 1 1 VEENEMAN1rqIMgr i- 1 i- 11Vtrtflot d Brick Co r JNCORTORATED l lEudoh1rr v J RIFlED PAYING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS WtltJIfftntISIrHft t Wicks liUacNNi Ant lf Stfii tN mE- PHOHK Itl tEtiIHONKZIZCi iDRJ T CHAWKu YetsetnaryInxrmary and Ben h etitTIRC1NJ PftACTKAL flnG- tr a C f j wn ed IIs AMERICANS Carry Off High Honors Jn- University of Apol llnprl Two American priests the Rev George J Lucas of Plttstonj Pa and the RevJames P McGraw Chancel lor of the Diocese of Syracuse have carried off the highest honors this year in the canon law examinations at the University of Apolllnari The examinations for doctorate in canon law have been made especially severe so only 50 per cent of the trained scholars entered were successful At the head of this list were the priests mentioned above In civil law Father Henning ot Syracuse was among the few successful students Father Dolan at one time of New York now rectos pf file English speaking churchof San Silvestro in Rome t we a dinner for the new doctors Among those present were Cardinal Vlncenzo Vannutelll Arch bishop Seton Bishop Kennedy rector of the American College Mgr Prior auditor of the Rota for the English speaking world Mgr Luzlo professor of canon law Father Com mlakey at one time of Scranton Father Brennan of San Francisco and many other distinguished ecclesiastics BENEDICTION Bestowed atCatholic Edu rational Association Convention fThe Popes apostolic benediction was bestowed with impressive cere mon upon the kneeling delegates to the INatIonal Catholic Educational Associations annual convention at Detroit on Tuesday by Archbishop Dlomede FalconIo The bestowal of the benediction followed the celebra tion of the pontifical high mass by Bishop Foley of Detroit who 1ft welcoming three hundred priests and as many nuns representing various teaching orders formally opened the conventionDuring the day technical addresses having to do with education and re ligion were presented by the Rev Thomas J Shahan President of the Catholic University of America Washington and other prominent churchmen It was announced that Mgr Falconlo bore a message of con gratulation and advice from the Perpe which would be read Thursday OAPT RYAN DEAD therbest known men in Jeffersonville for many years Superintendent of the army depot in that town and lattV City Clerk for one term died early Friday morning at his homo on Ohio street CapU Ryan returned to his home from St Louis a fevy weeks ago he having given up a position at tha army depot there on account of ill health Capt Ryan was sixtyseven years of age Capt Ryan entered the Civil war as a drummer boy in Com panyiit Thirtyeighth Indiana In entry andiserved until July 15 1865 He was popular among a large circle of acquaintances He is survived in addition to Mrs Ryan by the following sons and daughters Thomas William Edward and Ernest Ryan Miss Nona Ryan Mrs Catherine Gannon and Mrs Elizabeth Casey He was a member of St Augustines church where the fun eral services were held with Rev Father OConnell as the officiating priest ILEA8ASTLYREUIDIDERED Rev John D Kalaher the energetic young pastor of St Cp lumbas church was teuder dabap py reception on Wednesday evening of last week at tho home of his ven erable mother Mrs Mary Kalahor the occasion being the tenth anni versary of his ordination to the holy priesthood Among those present were Rev Fathers John D Kalaher Rev Joseph Schoenlg O M C of Trenton NJ Rev Donald J Manning of New Albany and Messrs James G ONeil of Baltimore John- S Pike John D Fallen Daniel A Driscoll Charles J Dome Sr Albert Thompson Frank J Martin Fergus Fall n Sr Martin Finnegan 8r Martin J Kalaher iFrank Schuckman John J Finnegan Fergus Fallon Jr and Martin Fin n ganJr For Father Kalaber the evening was a pleasant one and will be long remembered by those who were present GOOD PERm BILL Conspicuous among the announce ments of Fontaine Ferry for next week Is the engagement of Madge Caldwell as vocal soloist with Greggs band In the daily free concerts Miss Caldwell saps herself Into favor in stantly and repeatedly at the park last summer A big vaudeville bill wlll also hold forth with the fol lowing contributing iGeorge Reno Co presenting JThe Misfit Army Webster Culllson Co offering a farce called Stung u the three Misses Weston dainty musicians the everpopular Quartet and Samdrolf and Sonia Russian dancers j MOTION rlOTUIlES Another spread oCfine moving pictures has been provided for the patrons of the Casino Princess and Columbia next week Those who Visit these ehqwa a couple of times each week find there a greett deal pi clean educative pleasure wfthout atteriesllof lheIhl TteYbIf Marergin at 8t Vincent Ae l4 lt ehafth Shelby and Oak rt thf UA tomorrow Uornlngi and WII etmse oleten COM 1M 3b1e a opr wad 7 so LVY DIRECTORY =A O- D1vI6IQ14 H u 1 Meet lat Fall18Cttyll1oD First and Thlri1ri day 4Pro aldenttrhom ValeI Vbe President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thorn i Py LaWler tFinancial Secretary Thos J Dolan I 2129 Portland avenue i- Trcasurer Thomaa Keenan Sr SergcantatoArmaLouls Roller Sentinel David Vhelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market Presidentb J Ford Vice PresidentRaymond Barrett Recording Secretary William 1 Mechan Financial Secretary Jno J Keane 1607 Dumesnll street- TreasurerJoseph Lynch VOI Sergeantat rmsDavld M Murphy SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T SulllVan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J Uevens Financial SecretaryJohn G Hcs shin 1710 Baird DoughertySentinelThomas SergeantatArms Jamea P Stev ens DIVISION 4 fleets Second and Fourth Mondays BertrandHall Sixth Street HennessyVice JLanganU32Assistant Financial Secretary D J R illy- Recording Secretary John Jr iVInn Treasurer Harry Brady CallaglanOutside Sentinel Michael McDe uott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIULE fleets OH the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall PresldentrJ G Cole MurphyRecording Mc jlrody Financial Secretary JEJC6le JriTreasurer Bernard A Coll SergeantatArmsp Flaherty Inside Sentinel=J Flaherty Y 2kt I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Beets Monday Evenings at Club Hou e 344 North ventysbcth KenneyFirst J A CJasperSecond BherleyJunlftRecording Secretary Robert Os CorroepondhgSecretaryWilliam L Link iJfitl Financial ecretars1 =Franlr5 Q idams iTreasurerDan Weber WobbenInside r Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart i SEMIANNUAL I CLEARANCE OF Dutchess r tf TrousersStrongfI another fmir free if I they rip Seven big lots f I III I I I IGradeI I I IGradel II I IGradeslII I IGradelIIJ I J P IGradeI AU kiI of mater- ialsi andaUernl all sizes fo I men and young ni LEtYSTlirdSII J I SIr TJ B4lii ibulnnfrboJ tl r ii- ther Ia a Fit IUtDatton to rat patter lrr x- r i rrAJ our rti STILIYINu- w eratheri Marquette at In BlK Chicago parade sadlng float in the Illinois secfolt Chicagos monster Fourt JoflAageant was produced by the Jygjof Columbus The float rep faFather Marquette as the lfaE lonary and explorer in the mla an Indian village with voyjMas cbmpanlons with Indlin Ihe act of rushing twoIItheiritQ11o upraised whlu greatexplorer is shown the at llftbigSloft the cross reUg appe life the savages The thetreprOrf worn y mlssl y and discoverer All of In costumes were designed VOItbe ew to making the float as in keeping with the orig inal H as possible The scene Thou the renee OShaughnessy from which ofII the ft is located at the toot of Robe set on the Chicago river whew her Marquette first landed I when Ing the site of the present Chlcah 1C74 OPE PIUS i i i Nan TH Kelly to form I rt of CardinalsII Tho Hughes Kelly of NewII York with Mrs Kelly and broth ugene Kelly has been in Rome the last month has been official ppolnted by the Pope to I form of the suite of Cardinal ma1nuuuAIontrealrI 1 afterII Canad 10 Cardinal Legate will rmake fllclal visit to the United I StAtes that New York will cer I thinly Included in his itinerary I Mgr Tpleri of the Papal Secre- III tary ofate Department will also form oijf the party The Cardinal will be bearer of a special mes I sage frUhe Pope to the Congress which i be the first gathering In America be solemnly opened by a Cardlna gate I POHTlJ VS UNION PRINTERS I John Dugans crack union printer e ball club of Cincinnati will be e tomorrow for a game with the rtland Stars on Portlands grounds Thirtyfifth and Rudd avenue i a record breaking crowd Is expect as the Cincinnati printers are com with a large delegation of rooter nd the local allied print I Ing trade dll turn out In numbers Loulavlll ypographlcal Union has made anements to entertain the 1 team and e printers accompanying them 7 team is entered in the contest fc Washington this summer tor tile el iplonshlp of the printers Jleague it Harry Lally of Port land p rises to takoitbelr mea uro the sake of local pride and will Doherty and Brady for his batter Howard Williams Port lands era shortstop is expected to be in the eUp tomorrow YOlfc MATRON DEAD byhundreds I llearnedl th Mrs Mary Bush had died that i rnlrig at the family rest dence 102 outh Sixth street Death was due a complication of ail ments M Bush was born in this city thirty ght years ago and the greater pa of her life was spent here She survived by her bus band Albe H Bush a well known members i the Knights of Columbus IK mother one sister and I three broth Joseph Torpey yard master for ie Louisville Nash vllje Railro Company is her eldest brother TJ funeral toon place from St Louis trand church yesterday morning ai was attended by many sorrowing f nds ENJOY THE EVENING I11r ands Thomas D Clines en tertained 01 the evening of the Fourth at tar home 658 Grainger Court in hor of Frank HIggins and the cia of 1910 ol St XavIer College Tb evening was pleasantly spent with v al and Instrumental music and a mber of games Those winning the rlzes were James JJ Gleeson Ma n Ridge and John E Klein Late In the evening the graduates wij seated and did full Justice to th lalnty repast prepared by Mrs CHi 5 The house was decorated In d white and blue and Illuminated th many varicolorod lanterns Up i leaving all joined in saying they I a spent a most enjoy able evening HONOR PIESIDENT BURKE Robert T I irke Grand President ottho Kentuc f Jurisdiction paid an official visit t the Y M I council of Memphis st week with most satisfactory suIts Following a large and ent elastic meeting of Chickasaw Coi ell the Grand President was hono id at a banquet pre sided over by George Lawo when addresses wer delivered by Ilev Fathers Sulllvr i and Farmer Wr M Stanton J M apale and others Tbe Catholics c Memphis apprectetdt he visit and ark of President Burke m BROTHB OBLE6TINE Numerous L uUvIllo fronds and elatlvea of Br er Celeatine who I but r memS fed as Jame Cawln if Notre Dame nlverwlty and whoa u tom It ban to spend hii an nil Tftcailou i Keatuekymaynot Ue thd ple tu of reels him thin Liar The Dtier Catholic 3R liter but net his iretence la C6ioradA Brother B fcstln C 0 C etre Dame Ia L the travelis e maitre fort eAve If ne Ili to oprl nnnmmmnrimnnm ir ILcWIEPINOTIL1l II 198 iJffdJ J OF THE BOSTON a SHOE CO 441443 All styles and leathers in this seasons goods all sizes in every price lot E clean fresh hlgh class goods 250 goods for 400 goods for II IJ Childrens Slippers 148 Childrens 98C AVIiBOSTON BUILDING II IILadies Oxfords Pumps and Slippers valE148 298 3 goods pairs off Plngreemade pumps and Oxfords 3 and 3 50 igoods 4T I styles and leathers this seasons gbods in largest Iand finest mens shoe store in South 300 Goods a 509 and Goods for I 7 =i White Kid and Pat ent Leather Iall sizes regular 100 and 125 values u tIt price dress sAcb 250 350 600 300 Goods Silk Infants Soc sfor I 1 I goods for 500 for A 200 theAll the SIOO Goads and Tan II k Pumps and rrji II r In all styles and leathers for and vi In price lot i- wjGoods Goods I c j C iii In fine silks llsles and cottons all sizes solid colors and fancy Ladles 150 Hose = and I50c t SO Ladles SOc and 75c I Hose II and Childrens value for r 198 1981 Mens Oxfords I 1 III Anklestrap II Sweeplngo 248 348 uptodate 348 298 IIMisses Childrens Oxfordsj andsiztavetit i i 1 f 1 f IfJ j 1l i I BoyVrYouthVani Lv 0xfr i ir I 1tiJ r I Ladies and ildrensl 1lWWUUWWUWWWUlUWJ 99CI 29C IIInfants WUWWWWUUWWUWW Wllllljilii 98C E Ua 1WRIIII 3LI J tm8 Hosiery I 39cr lllliit N4 l4MNN ST MARYS COLLEGE ST M VRY MARION CO KY Commercial Course with Business College features High School Course preparation for Law Medicine Phar macy Dental and Engineering Schools Collegiate Course preparation C for Seminaries and Uni versitiesrNew Gymnasium with Instructor For Catalogue address REV MICHAEL JAOLOWICZ C R President St Mary Kentucky OEM X4+ 0 llFor the FILTERED WATER LOUISVILLE SOAP GOS r SOAP M DB IN LOETIQVIIX3a A 00nnH tt ilttn tJl nHn 1 +lWlJfa r111rx1tirYg ALkoJLJ3Lf 845 Wit On Street 4Ian ae hr1 Hf + iF- k 4