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T KENTucKY IRI1I AMY E SVNO3 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 16 1910 PRICE Fill CHIEF EVENT rOf Catholic World in Presen Year Is Rapidly- Approaching All Eyes Are Being Centerc dl Upon City ot Montreal jiuor From Europe Bearing Delegates Equipped With Altars DUKE OF NORFOLK COMING The great Catholic event of the year is drawing rapidly nearer and because America is to be tho scene idt tho various functions the eyes of the Catholic World are turned on the Western hemisphere The Worlds Eucharlstlc Congress will be held at Montreal Canada September 611 lelusive All arrangement have been limpleted and the clergy and laity K Canada have united in preparing deceive visiting brethren The Executive Committee In Mon tral estimates the attendance at up wfljrd of 20000 and provision is be ing made for the accommodation m relfglous institutions of prelates irMsts and the laity unable to find mitkble lodgings His Eminence- ar Inal Vannutelll of Rome will be irreitftut as the special Legate of Pope Plus X Other Cardinals who rill be In attendance at the Eucharistic Con grew are Cardinal Logue of Ireland Wind Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore Besides there will be many prominent irchblshops and Bishops present mong them Archbishops Bourne of higland Farley of New York Ire knd of St Paul Glennon of St- outs I OConnell of Boston Bishop I aes of Covlrigton Bishop Neylen fNamurj Bishop Touchot of Orleans france Bishops McDonnell and lundeleln of Brooklyn OConnor rNewark and Cusack of New York he Duke of Norfolk of England a launch Catholic and a scion of one t the oldest aristocratic families in reat Britain has also promised to ttend OnctfjB E press of Ireland sailing ort verphol on August 28 for IwnilDe the P pal egate the ps forty five BIshops about ed prleUts and a score or e nobility of Spain Austita rmany and England A more altars will be erected rger compartments of the r the celebration of dally tent among the lay organ o take part is the Catholic New York In the solemn n of the Eucharist on the day this club will act as of honor to the Sacred Host 11 be carried In a monstrance ble tabernacle for public onay evening September 6 the egate will bo received by then g St evening James Cardinal receptionFF tendered a civic willgross open nass In the Church of Notre- n the first hours of Thursday her 8 On the same day thero- a solemn service in St James ral and a celebration In Notre in the evening- ay morning Septehber 9 there e an open air service In Mance Serjons in French and h will be preached and in the g the Papal Legate will hold lie reception The following ng there will be a pontifical in St Patricks church and a al meeting in Notre Dame- h in the evening Sunday morn eptember 11 Cardinal Vanutelll be the celebrant of a solemn pontifical mass in the Cathedral procession of the Eucharist will from the church of Notre Dame fl afternoon REUNION J Havjige Perry ntalneII lie regular monthly meeting of i Central Committee of the Cathp Knights of America was held a Marys Hall on Friday night of week with a lair attendance of MCIityreports from all the committees h were satisfactory Major Michael Rejchert and Newton G ers Tvere present and In addresses tI were earnest and eloquent stir tthei delegates to action that must Vgood fruit Chairman John rida told those present that the Enbership Committee would soon ugurmte A oampalgnt1at wouldl i cease j seventeen kiofaei u in had beenII ted and sub lallrlntiJtiJiChiOfthe fte Ent was ival ructed7 of Jo Knights at 1I Ltanet ferry Park the latter part ext monthi for which there wtUI I amusesPerle1 its Thdf Is an occasion that will1 leantly anticipated u4 i jlll bringf fce perkone oftheaeaI01t- t fe gatherings Chairman Meehan I rJ G Fti and the degree team are now ready and will soon be doing effective work for the order at large There was regret at the absence of Col Gus Kane who has been ill but the re ports from the Uniform Rank were very encouraging HUSTLING Mackin Council Active It Affairs of Public Interest I The business of Mackln Councill shows the interest that society iis taking in a variety of public affairs With President Kenney occupying the chair there was a hustle and an un usual amount of business transacted Secretary Link announced the re covery of H Everslage but his place on the sick list was taken by Seb Dlttmeler Will Burke reported that satisfactory progress was being made for the lawn fete and that already there were seven contestants for the trip to the games of the worlds base ball championship He also an nounced that the opera committee would be ready to report In full next j MondayBy vote Mackin de cided In favor of the banquet and en tertainment to be given In honor of Bishop ODonaghue the latter part of this month and also favored the play ground advocated for the children on Twentysixth street If the Park Board takes up this work tho council will contribute 100 Encouraging reports were received from the com mittees having charge of the Niagara Falls trip and the sunset excursion on July 30 in both of which there II- a It growing Interest The programme of the proceedings and entertainment for the Grand Council at Bellevue was made known and It Is probable that a number of members will ac company Mackins delegates FIRST MASS Young Priest Who Was Ordained Yesterday Morning The first mass celebrated after the ordination of a priest Is an event of more than ordinary Interest in any parish as will be witnessed to morrow morning at St Vincent de Pauls church Shelby and Oak streets Yesterday morning at St Mary Magadalens tho RevSecundo Mensa was ordained to the holy priesthood by the Right Rev Denis Qi st1erIJi- ii i PFather 13ck + I first holy mass at St Vincent de Pauls church for which great preparation has been made arid it is needless to say That there will be a great gather ing to receive his blessing The Rev Dominic Barthel O S B will act as deacon of the mass assisted by the Rev Patrick M Monaghan as sub deacon Rev A J Thome pastbr of St Vincent 3e Pauls will be the assistant priest and will preach the sermon which will bo worth going along 1I way to hear The ladles of the Altar Society have left nothing un done to beautify the sanctuary and the choir has prepared a special musical programme for this occasion BIG DAZARII For the Sisters of Mercy- Is Attracting Great I Interest I Leading Catholic men and women of every parish in the city are taking a deep interest in the bazar that Is to be given for the benefit of the Sisters of Mercy for four days beginning II October 18 The Very Rev Father Cronin V G who has pre sided at the general meetings has announced the following committees Executive Dr Peter S Ganz Chairman J B Ohllgschlager Sec retary Al Smith Treasurer J C Kirchdorfer E W Berkley and Thomas Tarpy- ArrangementsJames B Kelly I IFloor Jacob Hubbuchj Jr Chair man Doll Booth Mrs Fred Knobbe RefreshmentsMiss B Small Linen Booth Mrs ThomasKeenan County Storeidrs P S Ganz Novelltles and Candy BoothMrs serve both dinnerHuschemeyerI of the four days donated thus far are a piano a 200 sideboard a gold watch and a prize of 50 donated by Walshti subordinate committees will be held from now until OctoberII IRETREAT AT NAZARETH The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth who have been on their annual re treat at the mother house at Nazareth all week will bring the exercises to a close tomorrow The retreat which began last Sunday has been con ducted by the Rev Father Mark C P Next week the Sisters will hold an Important election l lOLTFP ilAVKN II The third week at Cliff Haven was marked by Intellectual offerings ot the highest order The course education by the professor of th II Catholic University the round table talks the evening song recitals the Sunday evening family gathering andl Itbe lectures constitute delightful prpcr m na sit of ivfaicli portend tritrahuftatbr the fhtrafaerQatholt a lIoMo1 i T rf- u fI- J REDMOND Succeeds in Getting Large Sums For Aid of the Irish Poor British Lenders Are Now Confi dent They See Pence Ahead 1 if All Sideshow Expect Gouler once io Itcsnlt in nu I AgreementN- OME RULE AGAIN THE ISSUE TP OConnor M J who will soon visit this county with Chairman Redmond and the envoys of the Irish Parliamentary party cables the American press that the situation is greatly changed In tho House of Com mons and the whole political world John Redmonds success in getting tho Ministers to have November sit tings and to postpone the final stages of the budget till then has produced equal delight and appeasement in Liberal and Irish circles The Liberals are pleased because the postpone ment of the budget leaves the fate of the Government entirely in the hands of the House of commons and thus prevents any chance of any such com promise by the Liberal negotiators principles of misgiving and revolt which threat ened open rupture between the Mlnl Istry and its supporters has been exorcised and the whole political tem per again Is tranquil and even cheer ful so far sthe Liberal and Irish ranks are concerned Another curious sign of the times is the feeling jamong the more rational Conservatives that the conference if it means a compromise on the con stitutional question of the Lords veto may also mean a compromise on the Irish question Evidently everybody feels the solution of tho Irish question can not be much longer delayed This feeling is aided greatly by the spectacle of the Irish party controlling all English politics at this moment It was tho Irish party which forced Premier Asquith and the Cabinet Into tho announcement of the demand of guarantees horn the ifia bht t that passed the budget and forced it down the throats of the House of Lords and It was the Irish party which forced the November sitting The Tories are thus driven to con template the desirability of removal from the Imperial Parliment of so disturbing an element Another factor is the well known opinion of the present King that the local ques tions should no longer occupy so much of the time and attention of I the Imperial Parliament and that a ysterh of home rule all around should leave the Imperial Parliament to deal solely with the Imperial afalrsi Ulster and the Orangemen are the only obstacle left to a settlement be tween the two parties on the home rule question John Redmond scored another big victory last week LloydGeorge though Ife is hard pressed for money and though he failed to get i4000 000 from the city of London at 3 per anotherImllIlon vieltoryof the rural constituency In England to explain that the Irish party Is the most powerful factor in getting any thing done In the present Parliament In concluding Mr OConnor de claifes that LloydGec te has hisi and of these are adImlrerSI are due to his merits his demerits He is generous offhand desirous to pleaseIn hlSiIi I weillstandl body who knows him well believes that LloydGeorge would surrender anything that would stand for home rule He Is too good a Nationalist for that And he could not betray home rule without betraying Welsh disestablishment and that Is unthink ableTho peril that LloydGeorge has to confront Is some compromise- on the Lords question which would give them more power than the Lib erals are disposed to allow- II These are the reasons why the con ference will probably end In rupture Nelther side has anything to give or to surrender that OConnor can see RETURN8 TO KENTUCKY I Sister Eustachja bid farewell to Colorado Springs last Tuesday All the graduates gathered around their I toyed teacher In a little farewell re ceptlon Moat of the girls rem em bered Sister Entachte from their first school dayslnitMarys school The good Sister has been Superior of St Marys Be convent for the past ten MotherIII flaring that time she has I school and academy among the tore moet educational Institutions of the preseateliedIetertoken to show heft appreciationi for wJtIChbelparting between the good Sister and v her + girls aa jfbi coifed them was e tho701Uit l a 0- Y r seemed visibly affected Sister Eustachia left Thurarayj afternoon July 7 She goes from here to tIle mother house in Kentucky where she will remain until tholelection of the Mother Superior ofm the order She will then be asslgnedfto her new field of work Sister Eustachia leaves Colorado Springs with tho good wishes and prayers of the whole con gregation of SU lltarys lurch The foregoing appeared in last weeks Denver Catholic Register and the mother house referSd to Is at Loretto this State W P JUST MAiN Called Suddenly Ato Enter Upon Mia Eternal Life W Another landmark lnthe history of the Dominican parish was lost when William Chawjc we veteran fireman passed from life temporal to jJ i life eternal last Sunday IriHngMr i Chawk had been ill several weeks but his cpndltlori was nit considered serious until a short time before his death He died as hejjllved a just man and an example tat any man might be pleased to follow His death occurred at hIs home 1043 South Sixth street boreinMr Chawk was Ireland sixtyeight years agoj ut came to America when quite j child He learned the trade ot hi nessmaking and became an expert at the busi ness Thirtynine yeapfago ho was II employed as a harness= aker for the OUymirJ4 rDexrt ilti rIjrej capacity i Ell h7 death During his long career in the fire department he was never even reprimanded He was thrifty as well as Industrious and amassed a com petency All his life he was the same humble and unassuming citi zen I His wife and two sons survive him The sons are William Chawk Jr I bookkeeper for the Globe Tanning Company and Dr Jonn T Chawk tho city veterinarian The esteem in which the deceased was held was attested in some de gree by the large attendance at thQ funeral which took place from St Louis Bertrand church on Tuesday I The Very Rev Father J R Clark 0 P celebrated the high mass of requiem and also preached the sermon in which he dwelt upon the sterling qualities of the deceased The pallbearers were Daniel and Patrick Sexton William J and Michael J Sullivan John H Hennessy and William J Connelly I The Louisville Fire Department was represented at the funeral by one member from each fire company All were in dress uniform They es corted the remains from the house to II the church and formed in line again at the entrance to the cemetery j and escorted the remains to the grave IPIUS GIFT Four Boils Per New Cam Are Dedi ipanlle I Apropos of she near completion o the new Campanile of St Marks a interesting ceremony was held in Venice last week In front of th Porta dells Cart of the Ducal Palace when the four bells which are to be placed in the Campanile were dedi cated These bells are a present fro the Holy Father Pope Plus X an after the conclusion of the ceremony in question the Mayor of Venice thejlfollowingOn this day dear alike to you Holiness heart and to ours the solemn dedication of the bells whic shall spread their voices from th new tower of St Marks being finish ed Venice through me expresses trYour Holiness its gratitude for you magnificent gift The ceremony which was partly religlqua and partly civic followed l tho traditional exercises on similar r occasions with altar mass and In cense A great number of notables was present at the ceremonies HURT BY FALL Joseph Hubbueh Sr the wel- known Market street wall paper dealer had a narrow escape from serious injury Monday morning When coming up towri Mr Hubbuch fell from a street car intq ail excava tin near Tw ntrsttoa4 and Market luBtainlng painful bruliHM ad a shock He was re eud from his poal tioa Land taken io hit store wfiti re he soon recovered from the eteet of file mishap r I tI- n KENTUCKY Will Bo IleprcHOiitcd by Ahl Mon nt Big Convention atPortland Grandest Gathering ot Hihcr lmans Oregon Has Ever Known The South Ought to Have Rep rcscntntion on National Board FEW LAW CHANGES EXPECTED D State President George J Butler and County President Patrick J Welsh left Louisville on Tuesday for Portland Ore where the biennial national convention of the Ancient I Order of Hibernians is scheduled to begin next Monday County Presi dent Welsh was accompanied by his wife John Kelly and wife of the Louisville Elevator Company journeyed to Portland with the Hibernian delegatesMessrs I Butler and Welsh chose the long or Northern route to Portland i SouthernroutejThe I where the Louisville party spent half- a day From Chicago the party went to Portland by way of St Paul Vancouver S C and Seattle They expect to arrive In Portland today After the conventual the Louisville Jntinerants will return home by way of San Francisco Los Angeles cOlo- rado Springs Denver Salt Lake City Kansas City and St Louis The trip will consume from three to four weeks Before leaving Louisville State President Butler stated that his sole aim as a delegate to the national convention would be for the general goodI of the order and the promotion bettor organization In the South County President Welsh indorsed the sentiments expressed by the State President but added that he would use his utmost endeavor to see that the South was represented on the National Board It is expected that muny important matters will be dis cussed at the National convention Both State and County Presidents will have interesting reports to make to Kb to Gtawc n option inaSeptember AshlanaTKy will be fully prepared to take care of all the delegates and their friends Thomas Howard of Ashland is Chairman of the committee that is making ar rangements for the entertainment ofJJ StateII CovlngtonIwith prayer He will also celebrate the mass and preach the sermon at the religious exercises prior to the convention Rev Father Cotfer of Ironton Ohio will attend the banquet I of Hiberlans at the State con ventionI changes in existing laws will be proposed at the National conven tion to be heldi in Portland next week One of great importance to Kentucky Hibernians provides for a more thorough organization of the order In the South Of course the Southern States are nor getting even a fair share of Irish Immigrants most of them are either stopping in the New England and Central East ern States while the majority is seek goldenNorthwest ITlhe Impression prevails that many changes In the National laws will be presented but the delegates are all true and tried as well as conserva tive men Take the Kentucky rep resentatives State President Butler and County President Welsh for in stance Mr Butler has held every position of honor In his division county and State and has also been honored In the past with election on the National Board County Presi dent Welsh has been a Hibernian 1lnce his early manhood He has afHenhas also made good as a County Kene Lucky Hibernians will be safe in the hands of these twogentlemen Ever Hibernian in Kentucky wishes them andmhomedI FRIENDS BOOM ROBERT BURKE I I Robert T Burke flrand President t Jurlsdicr Lion has made a faithful member ot anhd Presiedent of Mackin Council or In the arrgate to the Supreme conventionI which is to be held in SanFrancis In September Mr Burke is modest about announcing his candidacy but there Is little doubt that he would accept the honor If It were conferred reflectcredite t order It he li chosen 1JEFFRRsONVILLE I John A Kennedy torn te Jeffe sonvllla thirtysix years ago and oft late years one of the moat popular em dl F suspadrri rofItaatwMkXeaaetlvla t ofeL Augustines churcfc anTTOatho lUMttotr aJtalrs lUvtas ben special ly 3t9pered by the Ancient Order of HlfeeriUns ot wktcfc he ua-O s 1 l recognized leader Though ill tot about six weeks the news of Mr Kennedys death came as a shock In all parts of the city SunvJvlng hen are a brother and sister Richard Kinneyboth funeralowore conducted by the Rev Father OCounoIS Rn Monday morn ing the church being filled with mourning friends and relatives YOUNG MEN Elevated to Dignity Of the Priesthood by Bishop- ODonaghue Two young men were ordained to the priesthood by the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghuo In his private chapel yesterday morning The young Levltea are the Rev Fathers Secundo Joseph Mensa and Patrick Monaghan Both belong to this diocese and will be assigned to charges at rfn early date Father Mensa received minor orders on Tuesday was raised to the flubdeaconate on Wednesday the deaconate on Thursday and together with the Rev Monaghan who was already a deacon was elevated to the priesthood yesterday Father Monaghan will celebrate his first mass at St Patricks church at 8II oclock this morning The Very Rev Father Cronin V G will be his as sistant priest Father Monaghans family asides in Central City and he will celebrate his first high mass 24Ian Italian I but both he and Father Monaghan were educated for this diocese WEIGHTY WORDS Proselytism as Viewed By an Eminent Pre late I Archbishop Glennon of St Louis speaklhgf recentlyiuponi prosglytlsm said in part ff- III The one who would for instance offer with one hand the sandwich to the dependent child and with the other put into his pocket an anti popery tract Is not a charity worker but a downright criminal and should Le punished by any decent code for the crime of soul snatching We look with horror on the people who go to the cemetery by night and take therefrom the bodies of our friends Who are sleeping JTo my mind It is More criminal toleadewvo rtt robeth llttlechi1drea of their faith and to snatch from them that which is their souls life and which according tb the Chris tian standard at least is worth much more than their bodies I In this matter I am pleading for l the Integrity and the rights of all the churches and faiths and we should be together In saving the children from the system which by its very nature must exploit secularism and unbelief at the expense of revealed religion and definite creed There Is a feeling In the minds I of some that the separation of Church and State means a necessary hos tility between them Why this feel Ing should exist I know not except It be the outcome of prejudice or ignorance of the spirt of the Constitution DAYS OUTING j With Varied Amusements Is Planned for St Michaels I I IStJMichaelsI Stowers Grove on tho Eighteenth street Interurban line next Wednes day The members of the parish are lending their efforts to aid In making Father Martin OConnor in making the outing a success Cars for the picnic grounds will leave the inter urban station Jefferson street be tween Third and Fourth every half hour beginning at 8 oclock In the morning- II A feature of the day will be a base ball game between the Pleasure Ridge Farmers and St Michaels Shamrocks The game will be called at 10 3Q oclock Besides there will be a baby twelveyyears are eligible to entry The prize winner will receive 45 but each youngster entered will receive some iI thing The ladles of the parish will rensonjameI 1 have abundance The been ofrefrEbmevtsI I General Chairman John J Barry reIIsoftedrinks Charles Beadles lights John C Schildt Ben Sandmann wheel of fortune Arthur Eraslme baseball I Councilman T J Garvey general ar rangements WANT OWN HOME I Following the example of Mackln and Trinity Councils of this city a proportion has been submitted and 1I committees appointed to formulate plans for the erection of a handsome atrMemphis Thllstbe largest pro ject ever attempted by the Y M I of Tennessee and the proceedings iw1U be yeilr carefull and thorough It lIS hoped that within a short time the place VllV be well under way The eommlttee in charge is determined to attain the end in yiew arid have prbmlMd to stWt to the difficult tack until the final goal Is TMohed 1 u r A v DUBLIN I has Many Famed Towns addT Rivers Within Its ConfinesC Capital City ot Ireland ling Given Famous Men to a the World t Picturesque Strands and His toric Ruins Are Found 1 Everywhere TOWN OF THE BACK POOLF County Dublin has given many o r noted men to the world and the malJjority of them ajB classed as English BqrkeIsEnglishlyricbards DublinThe county lies on the eastern shore of Ireland abutting the Irish sea It Is thirtytwo miles long and sixteen and onehalt wide and has an area of 3541 i square miles The n population is about 400000 The city which gave its name to the county got its own name from the river adjacent The Lltfey near where the old city stood formed a pool which was called Dubhllnn which means a black pool and the name is as applicable to the river now as in olden times The more meanIng count of the old hurdle Bridge by which the Lltfey was crossed The county Is skirted on the south by mountains the rest of the coun ty is level and Is all in grass or hyfnumerousDalkey the shore Is precipitous In same parts the strand Is beautiful Velvet Strand between Majahld and Howth Is one of the finest strands in Ireland The two rocky peninsulas of opmOSH j TurveyThothe height of 660 feet and presents a succession of splendid sea cliffs nearly the whole way round and at Dalkey and Kllllney Is another series Qi tfl cllffs terminating inSorrento iopposite Dalkey Island Many picturesque islands are oft the coastls of Dublin and the little Island of Dalkey contains a Martello tower ruinInumerous streams and rivers The Lltfey enters at Lelxlip end from thence to its mouth Is about twelve miles Other rivers in Dublin county are the Dodder the Tolka Broad Meadow Water the Delvln and the BrayDublin Ireland W country It has a population ot 250000 but with its suburbs the Kingstown bay Is the mall packet station be tween Ireland and England It Is also the chief station for steamers plying between Holyhead and Liver pool Other towns In Dublin that are ChapelIzod = fields Kilmalnham Clondalkin Tere nure Dundrum and Bray Lead and butitheextensively IAmong the Louisville people who Ml1ryAnn printerinville Times GUEST OJP HONOR Bishop ODonaghue toBeVfeted by LocalY MI Councils The Young Mens Institute of IqhonorODonaghue on Monday evenings July 25 The Chaplains of Mackin and Trinity Councils will also be guests TInotIDeen madelotIbers of tho Y M I Grand Presi1 Robert T Burke Grand Secretary Eugene J Cooney Charles S Raldy J c Kirchdorfer D J Rk HenryStuckerValpottlFrankman This committee Is snow busily engaged Is completing all details far the banquetrCELEBRATB6 Catholics of Daviess county turned out In numbers last Wednesday to tweatyfifthfwthe venerable father A T UeCorinell 0 at St Stephens church Owen boro fterso mnhlgh mass at fit Stephens In the morning Father Mc Connell entertained the local and visiting clergy with a banquet in the afternoon In the evening he received the laity at his pastoral residence Men uonJCatholice aUedto wish I tf1If u r ri- u 1 jq M iU u- V- w ucxY XXSH A1ERIOAN i Eenvoi merlcanrand olkr et HIberUiaas Yoa sg M lghti6f America jJ ICA 1TINQ COIecorporafeiiP lichen RICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc BnUred at the Loalivlll Pettoffle a BeeadCIaftatterA- idreed rill CoeimaeicatleiS td the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreea St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 16 1910 n ENFORCING T1D3 LAW j btu Hon Patrick Fllburn the State Labor Inspector Is trying his best to enforce the laws regarding the emI ployment of child labor It Is against 1L the statutes of Kentucky to employ 1 children under sixteen years old in either shop mine or factory Mr Flrburn has even notified the pro prletors of moving picture shows U that ho would proceed against them unless they ceased to employ children under sixteen on the stage He expects to see that all the provisions of the law are rigidly enforcedr But State Inspector Firburn can not do It all He must have a fairminded L judiciary and a feeling In the com munity that what Is good for the In dividual Is good for the community behind him The State Board of Health should t combine with the State Legislature A h In enacting measures conducive to the general health of the people State legislation should provide for the regulation of the labor of women r make physiological conditions for womens work and prevent their em ployment for stated periods before and after childbirth regulate the age I at which they should be given em ployment and make laws regulating the hours during which they are to be employed- In some States these laws have been enacted already but It Is often necessary to have municipal authori ties to enact additional ordinances State Inspector Fllburn Is doing the best he can with the statutes now ex tant but a few ordinances by local clfy fathers would help along tho good work r WHERE EVIL LIES For twenty centuries the Catholic Church has declared the Indissolubili- ty of the marriage tie Divorce eras- one I of the curses Inflicted upon theII human race by Luther and XIIL Some Roman philosopher is feSpotlJlbie for the axfom tfiatvGobd It ness diffuses Itself Likewise It r seems that evil diffuses itself The divorce of MartIs Luther from the Catholic Church worked untold t harm to millions When Henry XIII divorced himself from Katharine of Arragon to marry Ann Boleyn he 4 founded a precedent for his courtles and after then the common people English Immigrants brought the di vorce evil with them to to Jamestown tJand to New England The evil dif fused itself The Catholic Church alone has stood as a bulwark against It Now Protestants and all nonCatholics are crying out against It Only last Saturday Judge W D Ellis of At lanta Ga was compelled by the laws of his State to grant seventy divorces o f grantingfsaidThe divorce evil In Georgia It get ting to be a question of terrific Im- o port What you have heard at the term Is repeated In my court six times a year The evil Is growing n Every year sees ItsIncrease It ha3 got so now a little quarrel between b husband and wife results in a row and the row results In a divorce and these divorces result In one or the other of the parties marrying again and getting a now victimIWe talk about suppression of vice In the slums I cant Imagine any thing worse than tho divorce evil We expect vice In the shims but whenI virtuous young people marry wo ex pect them to make homes and raise children What Is truo of Georgia Is true to a greater or lesser extent of every State in the Union I CLASS LEGICLATION I The many pictures of the Jeffries Johnson pugilistic contest continue to I 1 bg for their dally advertising bread o Incidentally a few Mayors night mares Governors now and Governors notyet have a little of the calcium ked uponthem- rrhe question is Where Is the law to prevent the exhibition of the pic i ture Many Mayors have made more C3 ileicraceful exhibitions of themselves Ilion Winston Churchill Home See Wtarf for England after all the Mrs frost London to Cheapewlck tad prouduned agates the pictures announced that the e was no kw isI i Great Britain to prevent lrax hJbitioa 1 Rev O R Miller President of the t International lUfftra BvrMM broke f nto the limelight hy oolong Mayor Ctoyaor to prphlWt tM kJWtlo Ht i f 0- u Q New York This Is Mayor Gaynors answerIf It Jay In my power to say whether the pictures should be exhibited It would not take mo long to decide It I do not see how It can do anyone any good to look at them But will you be so good as to re member that ours is a government of laws and not of men Will you please get that well Into your head I I am not able to do as I like as Mayor I must take the law just as It Is and you may bo absolutely cer lain that I shall not take the law Into Il my own hands You say that you are I glad to see that the Mayors of many cities have ordered that these pic I tures shall not be exhibited Indeed t Who set them up as autocrats IfI there be some valid law giving any exIerciseI ing exercise of arbitrary power in this country by those put In office would be far more dangerous and I Is far more to be dreaded than certain other vices which we all wish to minimize or bo rid of People little know what they are doing when they II I try to encourage officials to resort to arbitrary power The sole trouble seems to have been that the black man won Jef I fries put himself on an equality with the negro and the negro proved his superiority Very few refined peo PIe like prize fight exhibitions but1t Is class legislation to prevent those who like them from attending them Uncle Sams Boys are working I under cover at least In Louisville The recent expose In the Kentucky Irish American has caused them to abandon the general meeting place proIprietorI to them further even though they offered to pay In advance Not one IOf them has come forward to an nounce his affiliation with the order I nor to voice to the faith that is in him Rank and file are made up of ykulkers J cowards and Assa891nFtQ i spectable nonCatholics despise them I In ord yr that American vitality may reach its maximum development the National Government the States and the municipalities should stead reIsourcesI ple from disease Such protection is quite as properly a governmental function as Is protection from foreign Invasion from criminals or from fire I It Is both bad policy and bad economy to leave this work mainly to the weak and spasmodic efforts of charity or to the phlanthropy of physicians I A section foreman from the rural regions mistook thV new L N passenger station at Baxter avenue and Beargrass creek for a toolhouse this week and unloaded crowbars I picks shovels etc Into the waiting room Hardly anybody blames him smlII MAY GET BIG According to Washington dis patches the Catholic University of America will recover 350000 from the Bankrupt estate of the late Thomas E Waggaman Its fprmer i Treasurer who owed the Institution 900000 when he was adjudged I bankrupt In 1904 A compromise to this end was reached with H Rozler Dulaney Trustee for the bankrupt I and Justice Stafford of the District Supreme Court has ordered tho ratification of the agreement unless tho other creditors of Waggaman on July 20 show cause why the terms should not be accepted REVERND VISITOR Rev Father Desire D Miller of Huntley ill Is in Louisville visit- Ing relatives and old flerfti During his stay here he Is the guest of the Rev Father Denis Murphy pastor of Bt Williams church will leave on a Fathel1rurphyII Father Miller was a vllle prior to his ordination He illI pastor of St Marys church at Hunttt ti vt 111 JIll many frlendsln touts irllKare glad to see him looking so i well LoraErmNTos TO ELECT The Lorettlno nuns from all parts of the United States are gathering J at the mother house at Loretto In1I Marl n county for their general elec ton and annual retreat The retreat J rill begin next Saturday BIVOTIIBR JA EB6 JUBILEE J I While Rev Brother James Preslll1 dBtofSi Xavier College ta taking J a vacation In Detroit the old boys ort1e tIOll jelnLOuIn1eare pre irinc A fitting celebration for the pItlo8l M1eb raUoA wllf talc place within a tt- t c t wnitgE 1 1- 1lJ r Ii llIii8IiIS I refts eIETvJr NewII Dike Ella Tlannlgan of Albany has gone on a visit to friends at DenverII Miss Margaret Ford has returned from a delightful visit to Miss Ruth Ryan at Crestwood I Miss Minnie Murray of Clifton has gone to Cincinnati to spend the summer with frlendjg I Miss Ada L Moritz of Clifton Is visiting her cousin Miss Dorothy Moritz of New Albany Mrs J J Shelley and Miss Louise Shelley will leave soon for Petoskey Mich to spend six weeks Miss Edna Peake has gone to New Haven and will spend the summer with Mrs Charles Mahoney Miss Clara Keating has returned from a visit to Misses Mary and Jen nie Craddock at Munfordvlllo I Mrs John Morlarty and Miss Mar garet Moriarty left last week to visit Mrs JJ Lenihan at Eureka Springs Ark I Mrs J W McDermott returnee home Saturday from a ten days visit to Mrs George Dunning at La grangeMrs Frank Menne and daughter Miss Catherine have been visiting at iBardstown the guests of Mrs Stocker JuliaI Iuss Sadie DonaEue who has be the guest of Mrs Daniel Tlvenan of Payne street left for her home 1In Louis this week ISt Misses Mary Brannigan and Cath erine HIckey sailed Saturday fron New York for Europe t remali through tho summerIIMrs John P Hannan has gone East to spend the remainder of the summer with relatives at Philadelphia and Atlantic City IMissI Cora Wallace has returnee from Indianapolis where she went to attend the wedding of Mis Eugenia Poirier and John Haley Misses Mary and Rose Dolan of Portland last week enjoyed a shor but most pleasant visit with the Misses McCollum at Flora Heights IMrs John J Lyons and daughters Mrs A D Lewis and Miss Irma Lyons of New Albany are at Frencl Lick Springs for a stay of several weeks Mrs Christine Crush announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Mary to Dr John A Spalding Their marriage will be solemnized In Sep tember I IMiss Alice HIckey sailed Saturday from New York on the Baltic for a tour5otIrelandiEnglandIlandiFrancem fandVllUbl lriyEuropa forTabout Ihrae months IFormer Magistrate Adam Spahn left Saturday for a fortnights visit to St Paul and tfie Northwest He may Include Seattle Wash In his Itinerary ICapt Thomas Coleman and sisters Misses Nanno and Katherine Cole man are at Wequetonsing where they have taken the finest cottage for the summer Invitations have been issued for the wedding of Miss Carolyn Miller of New Hope Nelson county and Tyler Richards of this city which takes placo July 27 IMisses Beth Higgins and Margaret Meagher have been the recipients of much social attention at Newport where they spent a week as the guests of Miss Eleanor McCarthy IMrs J F Jacques Miss Minnie Jacques and Mrs John Octken of New Albany have been spending the week In Chicago Before returning they will visit Mackinac Ireland Mr and Mrs Richard E Wathen have returned from a wedding trip that Included the British Islesr France and Switzerland Until autumn they will reside with the brides parents Mr and Mrs Patrick F IMIss WalshII Anita Cronan has been enter dellghtI Her guests were Misses Annie Allen Catherine Malone Florence Tierney Katherine Nilest and Mrs Mary Cronan Miss Loretta Tighe who has been visiting her grandmother Mrs J Murphy and other relatives at Michl- gan City Is now the guest of rela ives In Indianapolis Before re I turning she will spend a week with rlends at Lafayette Ind Mis Gertrude Latnmleln and Fred I manjagebyIthecontracting parties Charles Borromeo church to witness i1ie ceremony and extend congratu atlons Bernard Fylnn Jr who has been journeying at Houston Tex for a year or more will arrive Some time next week to spend some time with his father Bernard Flynn Sr Twen yflfth and Market streets Toots expects to recover his health while InI Louisville Mrs John J Barrett of 822 East Main street has grown Into rrandmotTVr habit grjwefully theII test arrival Isa little daughter P HannonMr and Mrs James 317t Brandeis avenue MrsJ famnooi who wan MlM Virginia Bar r ttJ And the Jbabyl are doing nicely J hnT Henneery entertained a Jeter1pTty Fqnlalne Terry Park I t Monday evealaEyntioner of MleaM J ItMto And iMIki Dop kale Of1 a J Louis lit the party wereMls8ea Be ale and Sadie Donahue Mary Ridge Margaret Hennessy Martin Ridge Jerry DrlseelL and John and Harry Hennewy Miss Irene Clark and William J Ryan will be united In marriage Sacred Heart church at 630 atII Ion Monday morning The Father Patrick Walsh will perform tho ceremony and will also celebrate isIthoi Clark and Is quite popular In Catho lls society circles The fortunate young man Is a son of former Representative John Ryan and Is rapidly making his mark in the tobaco trade The young people are receiving many congratulations and wishes for future happiness SYMPATllr Extended to Brothers In Hour of Bereavement I Division 4 A 0 H held If regular meeting on Monday evening at Bertrand Hall and heard report from Financial Secretary Thos J Langan and Treasurer Harry Brady for the quarter ending Juno 30 the reports showing that the division had paid out nearly i200 In SIck One death benefits for that short period and stops were taken by the Finance Committee to replenish that loss during the present quarter The Visiting Committee Deported JaS Riley as recovering from his Injury and Pat OiDonnell convalescing from his re cent Illness The applications of Pat Gilmore and M J Mullen were received N O Rogerts delivered a short address on the benefits of Catholic Federation President John Hennessy appolnte I John J Barry D J Reilly and Thos J Langan to draft suitable resolutions on the death of Wm J Chawk the father of Wm J Chawk Jr and Dr John T Chawk which are as I follows Whereas Almighty God In His In finite wisdom has seen fit to call this reward the beloved father of our i brothers Wm J and Dr John TI Chawk and- WhergasII We realize that a nea and dear one has been taken fron them and one whose place can nevei be filled lii this life tflerefore be itl I Resolved That we assure our brothers of our deepest and heartel sympathy In this their hour of grea affliction and that we lovingly refer them to that Savior whose promise are I will not leave you comfortless I am with you even unto the end f i the world JOHN J BARRY iiD J REILLY THOS J LANGAN Committee HUSTLING PARISIIIONERSv The members pf Holy Cross congregation are making great prepara tlons for the lawn fete and Ice cream social which will be held on the church groundson Monday and Tuesday afternqo3and eveninOAugusl iand Thcnadies of We parlsh wll serve nn elegant Dutch lunch Col John H Whallen Is Chairman of the General Committee Among those as sisting are Messrs Fontana Dutt linger Clines Horn Whitty Fllburn Wulf Ratterman Gerst Deeken Weiss Magistrate George Berry and Alderman B J Campbell Holy Cross parish has been very successful In Its ventures thus far and It Is the earnest desire of the people to wipe out the entire debt this year ONE BIG DAY Next Wednesday the people of St Anthonys congregation will as semble at Phoenix Hill Park for their one big day and yearly outing for which every arrangement has been made The different parish societies will have booths country store fish pond and numerous amusements for old and young and all the afternoon and evening the ladles will serve ex cellent meals at popular prices A band will be In the park to furnish music and all who attend are as sured a real good time- AWARDED PATENT Bernard P Mulloy 6t New Albany but formerly ol Louisville and a veteran In the tea and coffee business has been granted a patent on an automatic weighing device that will save much labor la the merchandise business The apparatus can be arranged to weigh automatically from one to ten pounds of sugar coffee tea flour or other commodity Mr Mulloy has been at work on the device for several years and is now receiving congratulations on his success r LADY TOURISTS Misses Beezie Hannan Mollle olllns Margaret Keenan Carrie uetur Margaret and Winifred FlahII irty are members of a party of tourists that will sail from New York for Europe today They are all engaged In the dressmaking or mll inery businessIn Louisville and have rone abroad to do their fall buying Incidentally they will visit the Tyrol sea the Passion Play at Oberam aergau take in parts of Switzerland and Italy and with ijturn l WJy of Paris ENJOYS IIDISELF Alderman James M Treasy is enjoying a trip on the continent of Europe In Paris he met William J aird and Attorney Dave Sachs Mr reasy will visit Oberammergau to wItness the Passion Play En route home he will have a jaunt through Ireland VICTIM OF ACCIDENT 111 ILI tapping ona rusty path Lockjaw M developed and hit family andII lends are very Apprehensive Mr I ulllvan jUsfli high IB the Shelby Onatty Indall JutWr eti1TD 1 11 I t f tit sir i i DELIGHTFUL Is the Story of Col Stone Brief Tour of Ireland ICol AttorneyRailroad Company Is always Interest particularly IrelandHisphical names would be unpardonable lawyersknowthat to them orthography Is one ol the lost arts His worst offense In this line t g Muck Rose Abbey for Muckross But Col Stone Is lust aa happy Tan unsophisticated Kentuckian that walks In a gyahden and smokes a segah Muck Rose and Muckross sound much alike After describing the beauties of Ireland that Is the few that he saw Col Stone wonders what Is the mat ter with Ireland He does not un dertake to answer the question him self but quotes an article from a popular magazine as follows The trouble is burdensome taxation When the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland was form ed 110 years ago with one Parliament England assumed equal re sponslblllty with Ireland for the Irish national debt of a few million pound privllegeEngland for her national debt of II few hundred million pounds Today each Englishman pays less In taxation than before the union with Ire land while each Irishman pays four and a half timeD as much TIle British Government raises in Irelant a revenue of almost 10000000 This Is 4000000 greater than t110 revenue of Norway 5000000 mor than the revenue of Denmark doubit the revenue of Switzerland and three one one hnlr tm E the revenue If Greece No wonder that Dean Swli exclaimed wlinii ho heard an EnRlIMl1 Duchess urnie the salubrious cllmaf In Ireland Sh madam Dont say a word about It InEngland or thevl tax It A second trouble with Ire land Is ihe railways Instead of de veloping the resources of the cbun try In order to Insure future revenues they hamper its development by charging prohibitive rates A recen Trench investigator found that whit eggs could be imported into London from Normandy at twentyone shillings per ton and from Denmark at thirtyfive the British stepchild iIn Tipperary paid nlnetffour That Iis Irish railway policy The third Injury to Ireland Is due to emigration The population has dwindled from 9000000 In 1847 to less than 4500 000 iFlfty thousand of the stronges and ables young people of the country are emigrating annually Ninety five per cent of them come to this country And yet Ireland Is believed by competent authorities to be capable of sustaining 20000000 people In comfort and plenty Col Stone does not say that he In dorses this explanation but he leave needMfor the explanation There are hun dreds of Irishmen In Louisville that could have told him the same thing 1JtEOEXTI DEATIIS IFuneral services over the remain of Thomas Jordan Sr were held Tuesday morning at St Patricks church and were largely attended Mr Jordan was a well known molder and was held In high esteem In the West End where he lived with his family for many years Besides his wife he leaves four daughter and two SonsTho funeral of Mrs Bridget Car roll for many years a highly esteemed resident of this city took place Monday morning from the Cathedral Mrs Carroll some time ago fell and broke her hip and this hastened hot death She was a native of Ireland but since girlhood had lived In Louis ville Several sons and daughters survive her- eFrank IP Andrlot a well known painter of the West End died at bis home 3 05 North Twentyseventh street early Wednesday morning The deceased was born in Louisville thlrtytJo years ago A wife an four children survive him The funeral took place from St Cecilias church yesterday morning and wa largely attended 9I Mrs Annie Sullivan died at the homo of her brother Owen Sullivan 1252 Cherokee road early Wednesday morning The deceased was sixtyfive years old and was the widow of Anthony Sullivan a river pilot who died early In the 70s One son WG Sullivan survives her The funeral took place from thee Cathedral yesterday morning The deceased was held in high esteem ball y who knew her Mrs Matilda Schoene aged twenty seven beloved wife of WilliamI Schoene Jr the concrete contractor died Tuesday morning after a short Illness of tuberculosis and the sad news came as a shock to her wide circle of friends Besides her husband she leaves one child and three brothers and one sister The funeral took place Thursday from St Philip Nerls Rev Father Acker man being the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem STS MARY AND BLIZABETIL A lawn fete for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital will bo iven on the hospital grounds twelfth and Magnolia avenue and uerut 30 and 31 Tickets are being oldfor ten cents A fine leather Couch is offered as a prize A good lucre supper will be served for fifteen cents POPULAR APPOmroiHNT Gov willson has appointed Judge C R McJDowell of Danville ijo IUC- eeed himself aV Dempcraitle Election mmissloner The appointment al1rovifbeeatJJu bu elvers irretpefeUTa of polities w nJn o f f f SPECIAL ATTRACT- SECOND ANNU Retail Grocers I Wednesday July 20 1910 FONTAINE FERRY PARK The Greatest Country Store unEarth The Biggest Bargains You Ever Saw Anywhere PKOF GREGGS IMPERIAIimASS BAND 165 GOLD TOLEDO COMPUTING SCALE will be disposed of for 10 cents The scale is displayed in th show window of Johnson Rapiers Clothing store cor ner Fourth and Jefferson ILL BE THERE WILL YOU NN NNNNS ONIONN N NNNNNNNNN NN ST MARYS COLLEGEi iST M tRY MARION CO KY iiCommercial Course with Business College features o High School Course preparation for Law Medicine Phar i SchoolsCollegiate Seminaries and Uni- versitieso 0 New Gymnasium with Instructor o For Catalogue address i REV MICHAEL JAGLOW1CZ C R President St Mary 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SCARE OFINSANEAND- LEPTIC PATIENTS Iof Mercy o3eersonvII1e- tbt manage a private hospital- d treatment of Insane and filemlttedurtber particulars applyito F MARYREOINA Y HOSPITAL JffgmnvIIIe 114 ANN BROS ItiitPORiiaS S AND LIQUOR id Wholesale Dal it Brands of Ken kics especially jI NelsOn ED IN BOND i 214 SIXTH tttUOX nn LESELIAan For All Kinds o- f19VFRS And IESPECIHay I GrippeCatarrahi I I I or Weak Lungs This medicine canoe j 1agalnstI not to contain Qulninefor other cinchona preparations or injurious ingredients of any kind nor heart depressers like the cold tar derivatives In other words LESELIA is a purely vegetable compound Sold in Two Size Bottles OO and 100None Genuine Without Signature of Biwiier Dennis PREPARED BY LESELIA CO952 SIXTH STREET Louisville Kentucky- At Buscbemeyers and all druggists dive your boys ae education that will pre pare them for lifeIST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xavetlnn Brother Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De JtqurppedGymnalum Home Phone 5687 Cumb Mala 2712a HENRY FUCHS FLORIST Plants Designs Gut 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 u- sFIFNRY MOLD JIu1t I Staple and Fancy Brieirlis A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Qidwel I a1ty i 4 MI W WAUIUT U HIBERJNIAJNS What They Have Been Dolrf the Past WeekOeDeral News Notes Division 3 will meet Monday night at which time arrangements will be made tor representation at the State convention Division 1 will meet in regular ses- sIon next Tuesday night Reports on the proposed outing are expected and a full attendance is desired- A large rowd attended the meeting of Division 2 last night Quite a lot of detail was threshed out and a more extended notice will be given next week The auxiliaries of TIpton and Kokomo Ind are arranging for a big Joint Initiation upon the return of the State officers from the national convention The National conventional will as semble at Portland Orev on Monday and the Kentucky Irish American will have Interesting reports from the moment the flag falls The County Board with the as sistance of the Ladles Auxiliary ought to make a hit at Phoenix Hill Park on July 25 The ladies engaged In the ticket selling contests are all hustlersThe Ladles Auxiliary will meet next Wednesday evening and hear en couraging reports from various com mittees The report from the Joint outing with Division 4 will be particularly gratifying Division 4 was converted Into a Lodge of Sorrow Monday night on account of the death of William Chawk Only the natural father of William Jr and Dr John T Chawk he had adopted every member of Division 4 as his sons Pennsylvania delegates to the national convention will ask all who are opposed to a third term for President Cummins to rally to the standard of Joseph McLaughlin of Philadelphia who possesses every qualification for the high office Officers and delegates to IPortland were given a hearty welcome when they reached Minneapolis Following a banquet at the West Hotel they were tendered a public reception at the Elks Hall to which all members of the order and auxiliary had been Invltedi Eastern delegates to the national convention arrived In St Paul Sun day morning and were met by National Vice President Regan and the county officers The visitors were taken on a sightseeing tour of the city in automobiles and then enter tamed at the Hibernian halls by thei Ladles Auxiliary GROCERS OUTING The Retail Grocers Association will give its second annual outing at Fontaine Ferry Park next Wednes day All the usual attractions will be on hand The grocers will have the greatest country store ever seen in Louisville and will offer great barpina The 166 gold Toledo computing scalerwhlchi wIllbe one hiIand JeffersoA streets DONT WAIT If you are a graduate and Intend to enter the industrial field for a liveli hood plunge into the surf before you are cramped with a tired feeling The sooner a young man or a yQung woman begins to assist their parents in maintaining the household the better for them and for the social fabric CHURCH LAWN FETE I J The Boy Father Assent and the people of St Elizabeths congrega tion announce a lawn fete on the church grounds on Burnett avenue for the last week In August His flock is enthusiastic and have plan ned numerous delightful attractions- for the occasion DR FAL1S1 HERE Dr Vincent Fallsl of Little Rock Ark Is upending a vacation of ten days In Louisville While the part of his time is taken up greaterjj parents he Is never averse newing old acquaintances Dr Fallsl Is making good in Arkansas FIRE CHIEFS RETURN Capt Tom MannIx of the No 20 I Engine Company and Capt Pat SheeI ban of tIe No 11 Epgine Company are back on duty after a bflef vat thin Part of the time they spent inspecting the fire department In Cincinnati SIMPLE COLD REMEDY Have a druggist mix e smarTquan tity of menthol Into five cents worth of white vaseline apply a bit Into each nostril one at a time Close the mouth and the free nostril lightly Breathe deeply until the effect Is felt through the head and throat repeat In a few moments through the other nostril Relief will come at once THERE jutE OTHERS Father what Is efo empty title Well an empty title Is your mothers way of calling me the head of the house BEPORANCB3 OF DEEP BREATHING Nervousness can be cured by forming the habit of breathing deep and preIscribesI i I women All singers ire Invariably hVghchwted and tree from colds or chronic coughing spells It Is becauseI 11II they bavo learned to breathe from the waist instead of the top of theI dolToI heart at clrculatkmr It mean a full hlkhroheetv and broad Hhouldert Jt meani practical Immunity from the daagers InMirred by exposure It means a goo4 Mrrlafe and wel1- IpoIsed bod ADd bntol lllnI mean perfect physical hultt n II rMS Moses Co1 L SensationplI I I Clearance Sale I CommencesI I Saturdaywith Greatest Cut on iCeSII Mens and Boys Clothing Hats and FurnishingsEver in Louisville See That You Get Yours MS Moses Go Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Mens Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Klnsella Gen Supt PETER M ANDRIOT SONS I WAGON MANUFACTURERS I Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET COMPANY Boorbell started ringing Pilled us with dismay Father got his collar And put hIs pipe away Mother In ahurry- Straightened up the room Aunt Jane looked It over And swept It with tho broom I Sister got some powder And put It on her nose I Told me she would cuff me I 11nJ sp Ihpdil tbMlt llNeatEverything all ready To pour a cup of tea I Then the door was ooened I am laughlh still Twasnt anybody But a feller with a bill- Washington Star t LOURDES Tribute Which an Anglican Minister Has Just Offered 1 Writing frqm London a correspondent of the Buffalo Catholic Union sand Times has this pleasing reference to the worldfamed Catholic shrine That the influence of Lourdes Is widespread no devout client of ourflady ever doubts but it Is refreshing to hear the tribute which an Anglican I minister has Just offered In a din j tinctly bigoted paper This gentle man in the course of a walking tour through the Pyrenees came to the famous shrine He was coldly de sirous of investigating for himself the deVotlon practised there which he considered was In modern parlance a paying buslnes What he found he describes with awestruck rev erence The simple devotion the touching faith the marvellous spirit of prayer which brooded over the place so blessed by earth and I heaven caused him to fall upon his knees In the midst of the crowds of great and humble folk and pour out his own supplications together with theirs Moreover he proclaims that money does not enter dnto the scheme of things at Lourdes which Is p lml Ive In Its perfect faith LATEST IN STYLES The durable pongees are more popular than ever Underwear of cotton crepe Is a new fad that will be popular All white gloves are worn less thaniI they have been for some timeli l The newest tailored shirtwaists are made with the yoke in the back Ribbon embroidered Is revivedII Plain colored parasols are most liked The one seam small bishop sleeve I Is waist the favorite for the tailored slfrt Striped chiffon looking quite like tucks will make an effective yoking for the more elaborate gowns j Facings pf hats may Jef velvet or ot silk and while black IB most used colors may be used also1 A belt witha lender buckle gives a longer waiBJti a white belt should be worn with a white waist unless one is long indited t Suede glove are more worn than a Irae kid probably because the tit IB much better and the hand looks smaller In them 11 Cue of the wrtrUit fixing for Uti hlrtftSatttIaf Pm trlrnm4 silk I 4w6t Ovbow There U ao end to tteI iehms to wfcleh It toad itself If cftiL f tI ttL1 it 4 9 f MIGHTS OP COLWIISI Late News That Will interest Members Here and Elsewhere ITh outing of Cedar IPolnt on Lake Erie which opens tomorrow and closes July 24 will be attended by thousands of Knights from Ohio and the adjoining States The three degrees were conferred upon a class of fifty at Leadville Col on July 3 Five hundred ladles and gentlemen sat down to the banquet that followed In the evening Knights of Peoria 111 have IThe Theodore Roosevelt tQ come city on Columbus day and deliver an address The exPresident wlll make every possible effort to be thereColorado Springs Council will Initiate another large class In Oc tober and by this step establish a record over all other councils In Colorado by initiating two classes In one year Denver Knights are elated over havingtheDay parade The float was skillfully arranged and portrayed The Discovery of America picturing Columbus and his brave sailors as they planted the cross on the hores of the new land PORTLAND VS MERITS The Indianapolis Merits will be the opponents of the Portland ball club at Portltad Park tomorrow afternoon and the fans of the West End are sure of a close contest as the Merits have one of the strongest semipro fesslonal lineups that play in the Falls Cities Brown and Zinkhard Will be the Hoosier battery while Capt Harry Lally will put Board man and Brady to oppose them Port lands easy victory over the union printers team of Cincinnati has boosted their stock wonderfully and the tyos are wining ttf bet that Portland ranks second to none of the other semiprofessional teams In this section- S LEADS THEM RIGHT A prominent Bishop In an address recently to the members of a Catholic society said that too never knew any of the members of a Catholic family that subscribed continually for a Catholic paper to go astray or to commit any crime to bring a blush to the face of their relatives or the community at large In view of tftls assertion It surely ought to be worth while for our fathers and mothers to give more attention to the cause of the Catholic weekly paper AT FONTAINE TERRY Another alKstar vaudeville bill will hold forth at Fontaine Ferry next week Among the attractions will be the Exposition Four mixing music and mirth Swains Cockatoos a gorgeous flock of trained birds Fred Hamlll and his Bathing Beauties Cecile Francis Co In a little bit Hawthornel1MadgeCaldwellvocal soloist and Greggs band will render many new and popular airs HOMEWARD BOUNDII Mr and Mrs John Herron who traveled from Wichita Kan to Jef fersonvllle to attend the golden wed- dIng of Mr and Mrs Maurice Coil have returned home Mrs Coll is an aunt of Mr Herron STILL TOURING IRELAND Advices from Ireland state that Mr and Mrs P iII Callahan and little daughter Miss Edith continue to enjoy their tour of Ireland They are expected to return to Louisville ome time next month- ENJOYING VACATION Jailer John R Pflanz left Monday or Martlnsville Ind where he Is spending his ten days vacation Dur- Ing his absence the duties of tfaq of fice will be looked after by the Chief Deputy Jailer Eugene Banford MEMpRIAL TO FOUNDER The Georgetown University Alumni Association has agreed to raise a 15000 memorial to Archbishop John Carroll founder of the college PUT UNDER BAN Football has been put under the ban by the faculty of Fordham Unl ersity Georgetown and Holy Cross t Is expected will follow suit SMOOTHED FLANNELS Instead of Ironing flannels fold smoothly as If to iron and wring in rinsing water through the wringer then hang out to dry and they will look as smooth as If Ironed This saves time and no danger of scorching THE ICE BOX Never put food in the tie box until It becomes perfectly cold If not allowed to cool the steam caused will permefete the chest and the contentb will become strong and spoil in spite of all the ice In the refrigerator VEAL LOAF For everycupful of meat add a cupful ot groun d or grated bread crumbs when making veal loaf The loaf will not be so solid and heavy It will be less expensive more wholesome and more delicious PREVENTS TABS BREAKING When canning fr lt1f a silver jartbeforepourln ThIs iftlM PUN when it Is desired to put h1ciesaert in a cut glassl dish WILL OKA TfOOr Odiolrtehcucumber near their favorite fecaata FRANK FEHR BREWINGCQ JNOORPORArBD Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVIXlrro KY a OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN j BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED X4UIZZvX41C KYW FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horn 76717672 Cumb Wist 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 13THBWIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leadlrffc bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavct i Gruber a Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN H FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KYu JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY W C CUNNINGHAM H A HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporated Special attention given to traveling men Best In the city for the money Have your mall addressed in our care First class sample room- sAMERICAN PLAN RATES SZ 00 and 250 With Bath 300 BERT HICKS Manager Center and Jefferson Sis Oppjcurt House SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 1501 ON THE ELEGANT STEAMERS City of Cincinnati City of Louisville One of the above steamers leaves wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 tu mt goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY SOc CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated- N W Cor Third aid Green Sts We furnish the home complete on easy payments WM CALLAQIIAN Mgt Sales Dept JOHN JRYANCOB- UILDERS+ + 1710 WEST MADISON STREET Before you build yoUr hope cal1 fA kt out fijturea Kstl matvtes and other Information cheerfully futnilhec BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- tleleotrope Etc k Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHUi THE FLORISTV 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HENRY AAIJJ PPULSID- YER U AND GLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparf WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3638 528 Fifth Stfttt WINES LIQUORS GISARS VALS SALOOVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 9 to 1230 oclock 442 VGRE JSLIII MONON ROUT BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICA BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Baden loIL J DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO n Wag ami fikrleit Cars Paiaot j- i N EH- N W Cor i u KENrUOKY IRXSH AMERIOAJSr r ie 01 oceo 6C8Kce c ei ce Extraordinary End of Season Clean Up Sale 4iljEW STO EToday a Dollar Will Actually Buy More Merchandise H Than On Any Day of the Year Come Now Secure Years The week was almost ntirely consumed by the managers of all departmcnts arranging their for inventory and prep ring for his extraordinary end ofseaso clearance sale past At this particular period of the season it is absolutely necessary to disregard profit to make a complete clearance of all summer merchandise and a glance at the comparative at which they have been marked will show how enthusiastically each section of the store has entered into this event to accomplish that end If you havea summer need of prices any description look here the coming week for it Every purchase means a saving and this announcement only tells a part of the story These Specials Are For Todays Selling Watch the Daily Papers For Additional Bargain Specials IHH J QQ CLEARANCE AT BIG STORE Come in today and pick one of these big bar gains Mens Suits 690 775 940 1130 THE BIGMILTON M MARBLESTONE b CO p 424 West Market Foirth Between and StII Piano f Values==Our In advertising our piano values and our methods it Is our purpose to advise with all along intelligent llnesthe course of real worth for theto pursue In selecting a pianoone money you invest We are confident of having the largest lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal to the ownership of a pianoterms of payment privileges you the day you make your selection by Investing a smaUamount of cash as first payment Our oneprice pollcy must convince even the most doubt ing of our superior service In treating one customer the same as another and Is a point to he well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite Inspections and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorponttd egseao FOURTH AVENUE Jtitfj f5J5firJ 5Yu 7JJfJJ Come In and Drink a Glass ICED TEA FREE I want you to sample my excellent NEW BLEND TEA and as a still further inducement otTer special premiums with each pound at 6Oc BItOA GUom Phoni 1313 a1g V ARKEr STRGGT II tjj JXJ t C i t i L FRESH EVERY SElIffY v i i jft TIPTOPI 1 t u oJ f y T V BREAD I J i t tsv = SAVE THE LABELS i j- Tiit i11X11oorBX111ooKOOs+ u AWNINGS AND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than anyone hree Orders by mall promptly attended to Etlmates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST GEHER 61 SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET BBM TUB CBIKBRATKD N RIH8IAR RlfRIGRAl RR- The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Co not a few but all features o1 prac cal value that are considered deeir ered desirable In a Gas Ranee The QUICK MEAL hac NO EQUAL U ranks high In th tttlmatkta of the pcbUeH GONE When You Use DIAHOND WALL PLASTER Iii Your Builtlin j KAM0IACTtBDBY TUY WALL PLASTER COlDaDrJIIOCt1t4 = Jd Phcoes W70 aho tlq WIl rHoPboae 1 GERMAN BANKER Enters Into Eternal RestI and Is Mourned by Community Many Louisville people mourn the death of William H Kdlnger president of the German Insurance Dank and moan of general affairs He had been ill seven weeks and while his death was not unexpected the news of his death at his home 223 East Cheslffut street on Tuesday was received with general regret The deceased was born of German parents at Marietta Ohio in 1844 but had lived In Louisville since infancy He was in every sense of the word a selfmade man He began life as a farmers boy Then he carried news papers and attended night school Later he engaged In the grocery business Ho was successful in all his ventures In 1896 he was elected President of the German Insurance Dank and remained at the heard of that institution uhlil his Math The deceased Is survived by hisI wife and the following children Walter Scott and Edwin R Edlngei and Mrs William V Richter Two brothers Jacob Edinger the wagon manufacturer and Andrew Edlngei of the Edinger Flour Company and one sister Mrs Sophia B Barrlngei also survive Although a man ot strict dealings In business the deceased gave much to charity and tor years was deeply interested in theI German Protestant Orphan Asylum Mary friends attended hisI funeral on Thursday afternoon ORPHAN BOYS Will Find New Asylum at Old Preston Park Preston Park has been closed as- a seminary and within the noxVVf out I weeks will become the home of the orphan boys now domiciled at St Thomas Asylum in Nelson county I The young men studying for the priesthood In this diocese will pursueI their studies In other diocesan seminaries until other arrangements are made The students of theolog am philosophy will attend St Meinrad I Seminary in Indiana Those not so far advanced will he sent to various colleges ad semlarles The Right Rev Bishop ODona ghue has shown much forethought In these changes The removal of the orphan boys to Louisville will be of benefit to the boys in many ways If present plans work out successful the diocese of Louisville win have the beginning of a firstclass theo logical seminary within five years Of course It will take years to develop It Bishop ODonnghue has the will the zeal and the virility to carry out his alms moreover ho has the loyal support of his people God willing the diocese of Louisville will becomeI I once more the cradle of Catholicity in the West and South TRINITY COUNCIL Ready For Annual Fete at Fern Grove Tuesday Trinity Councils meeting last Monday evening was well attended oven though the weather was warm A O Schneider Chairman of the oramlttee arranlng for the excursion to Fern Grove next Tuesday reported that the committee had things In nice shape AH indications are for a good crowd Robert Kaltenbacher entertained the members with a storje of his recent trip through the North west IFollowing the usual custom Trin- Ity Council will give iIt sannual out door euchre and dance at Phoenix 1111 Park during the latter part of August or early la September Henry Irles Is Chairman of the General Committee Eugene J Cooney reported that the two councils Mackin and TrinitY would give a banquet In noupr of the Right Rev Bishop CiDonaghue on Monday July 25 OUT FOR ALL DAY On Wednesday August 3 St Vln ent de Pauls church will give an llTdiay picnic at Phoenix HUt Park icludlng euchre lotto and many other amusements The women of he parish will serve meals at noon and evening and refreshments of all lads all day long This picnic lis to- be given for the benefit ofStYlnc- ent de Pauls new school building and merits a generous patronage trom people ia all parts of the city F9R WORTrtYOAtfSV I The ladies of the onitregaUop Of- Bt Mary of the Knobs church Flora COURt Indlfliui wttl fiviv M kIt- ertfD festival on Suooay kfternoou- d T olo liJulr9f to rar te- jpenj of palnilnr the roctoryi- hool bulldtrg aha Sisters rerid nee SOCIETY DIRECTORY AOHDIVISION 1 Meets at Fals City Ran on First andl Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P LawlerFinancial Secretary Thos J Dolan 2120 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatAims Louis Roller Sentinel David Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red1 Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice President Raymond Barret Recording Secretary William T- Meehan Financial Secretary Jno J Keane 1C07 Dumosnil street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David 1L Mur phySentlnelWl1l1am Nash DIVISION 3 Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sulllran Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J Ucvens Financial Secretary John G Hes slon 1710 Baird SergeantotArms James P Stevens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Han Sixth Street President John H Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas iJr Langan 732 West Oak Assistant Financial Secretary I J R llly- Recording Secretary John J rUTreasurer Sergeantat mil WllHami I Callag uancOutside Sentinel Michael McDer uott V1J DIVISION 1 JEFF RSONVIDLE ileets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall President Jv G Cole Me Jrody Financial SecretaryrJ E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll ST JWti IA MACKIN COUNCIL 205 tleets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth KenneyFirst J A Casper if Second Vice President Sherle r Junlff Recording Secretary Robert Os ornD V Corresponding Secretary WllHa 0 Link Financial Frank O odamslreasurerDan Weber r Marshal Allen O Wobben Inside Sentinel AC Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart FATHER LEO GOING ABROAD The Very RQV LeoiGreullch O M C Provincial of his order fn the United States and for ten years pastor Of St Anthonys church will sal1 from New York for Europe on July 30 and expects tobo abroad two months Of course he will visit Rome first Later he will traverse various parts of Germany nON VOYAGE Hon Jeremiah H Sullivan of Richmond Ky sailed from New York on Wednesday He will make an ex tended tour of Ireland and expects to visit many important cities on the European continent during his threeI months trip abroad MOTION PICTURES Visitors to theCasflo Princess andl Columbia next week jwlll see motion tictures never exhibited here and from the worlds best beforeI Vlth the electric fans atmosphere thoso Who would es- caPe the heAt and bo well entertained rill find nothing to compare with the visits made to either of these pic- ure shows RIVBIIVIBW Another great vauiievllle and mote utdoor feature thas ever will dra rowda next week forTtivervlew Park rhleh grows IB favor with the public rand Is conceded to be Natures eauty spot on tke Ohio river The and concerts and foCal number 11 aye pleased tbwtani and the next rokramme wUl be tie beet yet The ii1fl Ual Spool Ur oii m rwhoJUT lerestdd In the IrM wmpi6n DII- hill kick divine and Jtoey wlmmlo n proven an intensotliuc feature iI LOCAL INTEREST Aroused by the Capture o a Notorious Negro Convict Local interest has been aroused tn he capture of George Crawford alia- Wlthrow a negro convict who escaped from the Frankfort nen tentlary eight years ago and whose recapture was only effected last Sat urday On May 31 1871 Crawford watchman at Muldraughs HUt He 1was arrested found guilty and sentenced to life Imprisonment During the regime of Gov BradleY and during his absence from the State Lieut Gov Worthington par doned Crawford Soon after ha was convicted on the charge of house breaking and was serving his sen tence when he made his escape 1In 1902 Peter Garey the man murdered bY Crawford in 1871 was an uncle of Attorney Patrick T Sullivan Cour oilman T J Garvey and Dave Garvej all now of Louisville Although Crawford was recognized aa a bad negro he was defended In each IOf His trials by Attorney James font gomery a member of an old and re spected Irish Catholic family in Kentucky Ono of his brothers Alex Montgomery served as Congressman and another kinsman from Kentucky was Bishop of Gal SILVER JUBILEE Eloquent PriestIs Remcm bered by Holy Name Society The Rev Father William R Dunn 0 P assistant pastor of St Louis Bertrand church and Spiritual Dl Irector of the Holy Name Society let foryhe BasVon Wednesday to cele 1 rat hls811v r sacerdotal jubllet hextTuesday Father Dunn was one of six young men ordained to the priesthood twentylive years ago Several of the class are dead The survivors are to meet in the city in which they were ordained It was at the last minute that the members of the Holy Name Society had word of the proposed trip of their Spiritual Director They got busy and presented him with a purse before he left FalSer Dunn Is at eloquent Dominican and his absence from St iLouls Bertrands ever though temporary is deplored DOUBLEHEADER Between the Colonels and Kansas City To morrow This afternoons game with Mil waukee will end thelK series with 1the Colonels and the Kansas City Blues are here for four games open Ing with a double header tomorrow and as the Blues have been golttg at a fast cUp lately being in the first division some hard fought contests are in store for the fans The large rowd of lost Sunday will probablj be eclipsed tomorrow as the re nvenatcd Colonels have Inspired their dmlrers with confidence as they havt proven lately that they may be beat en but the other team Is sure of a run for their money It was predicted In these columns two weeks ago that If Del Howard was given a fair trial as manager bet would make good which fac Is be Ing proven more and more day to day The playing of Mageo Doyle Stanley and Flournoy is especially pleasing to the fans little Jimmy Doyle now being the popular favorite of the crowd his hard earnest work In the field and his steady hitting hav ing won many friends among the rooters The Colonels all in all now have a team of workers and no shirk ers and it Is only a question of a abort time when they will be out of the dosplsed cellar position PIOSlO FOR SCHOOL Phoenix Hill Park should bo crowded on Wednesday July 27 the picnic for the benefit at- St Pauls school will he given Pleas ant features will be tho euchre and lotto games both afternoon and even ing and the grand chorus by 300 children There will be a fine sup per for the hungry and also coffee sandwiches and ice cream and cake galore Father York hopes that this picnic will greatly reduce the debt resting upon the new school building CONDITION niw vma John Halllnan who fell from a lank street car last week sustaln rig a dislocated shoulder and other Ivere iHJurle U making favorable IrocreM toward nwovtry at hit home iSiO West Main atrett IUU thbustht aif will b out looa thouali it may I b everal vreiM before bean 1urn io ibl dntlea 11 0 i t f jfEWYOItISTOItE rI Previous and Greatest Bargains stocks Convincing SALE THE STORE Methods MULLOY LPOPYOUR TlOU8LE sorrowing MondaysI DoughertyI Hennessy MurphyRecording FlahertyInside Secretary hlflwaymankilled Sacramneto LORETTO Boarding School For Young Ladies NINETYNINTH YEAR BEGINS SEPT 5 1910 L For Terms apply to Directress Nerinx P 0 Ky KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING 321 W Jefferson Oppl nlerurbaa Station IFor Your Furniturei Wantst i I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the Itandmy terms the best fT JAMES GRE425 427 and 429 East Market Streeti T BE SURE TO CAUL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PM RE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield K For the FILTERED WATE LOUISVILLE SOAP COSJ SOAPI AD XN LOTX8VXLL DR J T CR-V aV- Veteriniry Infirmary a Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL nORSE Horses Celled For and Dell Betii Phenw 2391 OFFICE AND POBflg 7IL7IS SE + t t It 4IDo wnras uOLi 345 W tt Qr n Street xawtomm J u 0