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Ili c KENTUCKY IRIlltI VOLUME XXVNO 4-1 LOUISVILLE SATUJFAY JULY 23910 PRICE FIVE CENTS IMPORTANT Propositions Are BethgConskl eredat Big National Moctingr Docjjates to iiuernlnn Oath J I ering Are Having Busy Weeki f Archbishop Portland Opened Proceedings With Mass MANY SOCIAL ATTENTIONS PAID The fortyseventh national conven ton of tho Ancient Order of I Hibernians began Its sessions at Port land Ore on Tuesday and it is ex pected that all business will be conII eluded by tomorrow Hundreds of delegates from various parts of the United States are in attendance The convention opening was preceded by Pontlflclal mass at the Portland Cathedral at 9 oclock Tuesday morn Ing Tho Most Rev Archbishop Christie was celobrant and the ser mon was preached by the Right Rev John P Carroll Bishop of Helena Mont I I After mass the delegates proceeded to the convention hall and heard an address of welcome from P E Sullivan of Portland National PreslI Matthew Cummings responded jent of the delegates toII S the delegates got down ness Portland people are lavish in furnishing entertainment and dis pensing hospitality to the visitors The Ladles Auxiliary is also holding its National convention at Portland The Hibernians assembled in the Tar Northwest have several Im portant matters to consider as well as a multitude of minor subjects Onq big proposition is that which wot Id unite the United Irish League the Sinn Fein the Gaelic League aud the Ancient Order of Hibernians All f these societies are working for the lime end home rule and liberty for rolandL and the betterment of her leoplont home and abroadIAi other big proposition that the dole ates fire considering is a move mont to 1 duce the ablebodied Irish Teope td leave tho c ngested cities nd akoJt iigriculti ilpursuRs1A- r 1 fftArelfe rgIcuKural and where ve taken to farm life In i they have made It pay The ians believe that many more of their counTrymen would become prosperous did they seek life on the farmStill another big matter before the Hibernians is the proposition to or ganize a National Hibernian Insur Society and one that would it compulsory on eyery tco to branch become a member of The election of National officers of both the Ladies Auxiliary and tho Ancient Order of Hibernians will probably take place trfday There will doubtless be a spirited contest for the Presidency of the A O H Massa chusetts has given its solid Indorse nient to Matthew Cummings for re 0 eiectlon as National President Penn tI sylvania and other State are backing favorite sons The South wants at l tast me member on the National Hoard at Directors On Tuesday evening the visiting delegates were given a reception and ball antI on Wednesday evening were quests at a banquet tn the Armory j An orchestra of thirtyone pieces and 1L trained chorus of 100 voices rendered Irish National airs during the feast Dr Andrew C Smith was its toastmaster and among those who responded to toasts were Arch blshop Christie National President- iinmings Prof MG Rohan Miss nao Maim Rev Father P C ke J Hennessy Murphy T P iichdn Dr J C Monahan and I JollyinI there was a id street parade Yesterday was fn up with business Today the at feature will be a sunset trip ho Columbia river i Jie reports of the national officers i V that the order has made sub tlal progress having Increased II membership many thousand and vlng a gain of over 500000 In jorty tate President peorgo J Butler j County President IP J Welsh t represent Kentucky interests at National convention reached I rtland on Monday Since then y have been among the busiest of- te delegates 1LEIGflTIt SU1REMJC COUNCHiI I upreme President L E Mahan is issued the official call for the phth Supreme Council of the Young kns JnatHuleto meet in San Fran scb on Monday September 5 Ken Vky will be represented by James l Shelley who is a member of the Sard of Supreme Directors and a ipreme Delegate to be elected at the rand Council at Bellevue next orith CATHOLIC 8UMMBB SKUIOOI The closing July daYIJetlkeOlltr Lveii Catholic ummer Seaool have en yery beautiful aDd full of In rest There his been a nobble kreasc in tfc attepdliBC =J 1I the Dgmmmes for the Week vtrtHhs fit yet presented Hi tnoruior t tII next week will be firen by I- IJ UJ the Rev John T Drlscoll S T L of Fonda N Y On Monday and Tues day Miss Alma Grafe of Philadelphia will give violin recitals On Thurs day and Friday DrT F ReillY of Binghamton will speak on St Peters and the Vatican The course in education will be continued next week by the Rev William Turner D D Professor of Philosophy at the Catholic University who will expound as his general thesis the hIs- tory of education t 11GEORGE11 Stato President and Delegate to the Hibernian National ConventionII IFATAL J Sustained by Deputy Sher rIr Every Hibernian in Louisville was shocked and grieved Wednesday to learn of the unforeseen death of Deputy Sheriff John Cronen which occurred at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital at 630 oclock that morn IngSoon after midnight on Tues day Mr Cronen fell in front of a street car on Bank street near Twentyninth The car struck him breaking one of his thigh bones and Inflicting numerous cuts and bruises The injured man was removed to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital There ho received the last sacraments and died about five hours later Although a native of Jefferson county Kentucky John J Cronen was intensely Irish His hand was Over in his pocket for the IrisJi causp jordtI x hdU t J no 4- j1 font Jl1Ptf rf 1rlshm n W11 was a renegade from Nation or Church For twenty years he was engaged in the electrical contracting business Last January he was appointed a Deputy Sheriff and was filling that position when he metI with the accident that resulted in his deathThe deceased Is survived by his wife and four children all of whom I resided with him at 2827 St Xavier street The children are John James and Thomas Cronen and Miss Stella Cronen A brother James Cronen also survives Mr Cronen was a member of Division 1 A O H of Louisville Council Knights of Co lumbus and of the Pathfinders i Many sorrowing friends attended his funeral which took place from ISt Cecilias church yesterday morning II SPECIAL FAVOR Pope Plus Extends Bene I fits of Portluncala Indult His Holiness Pope Pius has granted additional privileges this year to those desirous of obtaining tho Portluncula indulgence These special privileges are granted in honor of the seventh centenary of the Fran ciscan order By a motu proprio the Pope indorses all the concessions of indulgence to privileged churches and he grant faculty to all ordi naries to appoint in ther respective Jurisdictions one or more church or oratory where the faithful havltig duly confessed and approached the holy table and praying for the Popes Intention may gain the toties quoties plenary indulgence applicable to the souls In purgatory In other words a person having received Jhe sacraments V penance and holy eucharlst can gain a plenty in I dulgence every time he visits the privileged church from the vesper hour on August 1 until daylight ends on August 2 Pope Pius goes even further and allows the same privilege on the succeeding Sunday but with the provision that the indulgence can be gained only once between the vesper hour oh Saturday and sunset on Sunday lfATRON MOURNEr I The whole Catholic community re grets the death of Mrs Josephine S Echsner which occurred at the family residence Hancock and Jefferson streets on Monday afternoon The deceased was the beloved wife of Ferdinand J Echsner and was fortyeight years old Death resulted1 from taberculoelB Mrs Kchsner had been ill six months but bore her suf fering with heroic Christian forti tude She Ii survived by her hun l1l1t1atfrom St Bonifaces church on Wedneeday roornlnjc and WM very largely attended The deceesed wee well and tavorably known as aB af fWtlouate wie MMi wether to4fd i mtvu LL1 rt t rint 1- o o SEVENTH Centenary ol Founding1 ot the Franciscans to Bo Observed Fcnst ot the Portluncula Means Much to tile Zealous FrnrS Preach Peace Charity Bud 5I Good Will to Entire AVorid ORDER WELL REPRESENTED HERE This year is the seventh centenary of the founding of the Franciscans and the big religious celebration of the day will be held on Tuesday August 2 which will also be the feast of Portluncula There are twoI branches of the Franciscan fathers in Louisville the black and the brown The former belong to the Order of Minor Conventuals while the latter are called Order of Friars Minor Both are followers of the AsslsI Assist son of parents in affluent circles he broke with the world at an early age and when he was only twentyfive years old he had begun to live a life of severaIyearsprayer accompanied by severe bodily discipline In 1209 Berriari of Quintavalle a rich merchant of Assist and Peter of Catana a canon of the Cathedral of the same city who had long witnessed and admired the heroic virtue of the saint openly joined themselves to him This is considered the real beginning of the Franciscan order But in the following year 1210 St Francis went to Rome to obtain the confirmation of his rule The Pope at that time was Innocent III At the first Interview with Francis the Pope rejected the saints petition Francis humbly withdrew but the same night the Pope dreamed that he saw a palm springing up from the ground between his feet aid grow gradually until it became a groat tree At the same time was neilitun2n Jlndatlti U Iir2f i If desIgnated the poor petitioner whom he had repelled the day before Pope Innocent ordered that Francis be brought before him again In slmnlo language the young saint expounded before the Pope and Cardinals his alms and object his desire to preach and labor for the conversion of souls and to bring sinners to repentance Several of the Cardinals thought the poverty prescribed by the rule of St Francis was too great but Pope Innocent gave the young man his verbal approbation and it is this event that the Franciscans will cele brate this year The verbal confirma tion of the rule of St Francis was solemnly ratified by Pope Honorius III in 1223 St Francis died in 1226 Ono of his admonitions to his followers was this Let your behavior in the world be such that everyone who sees or hears you may praise the heavenly Father Preach peace to all but have It In your hearts still more than on your Jlps Give no occasion- of anger or scandal to any but by your gentleness lead all men to goodness peace and union wy am called to heal the Wounded and re call the erring For there are many who apnear to you limbs of the devil who will be one day disciples of Jesus Christ The Order of Friars Minor which name St Francis chose for his Insti tute waxed and grew strong He saw branches established in various parts of Italy in Spain Germany England and Ireland At the first general chapter which was held at the Portluncula In 1219 no less than 5000 Friars were present No order In the Church has surpassed the Franciscans In their zeal for the propagation of the faith By a bull of Pope Clement VI in 1342 the guardianship of the holy places at Jerusalem was committed to the care of the Franciscans a privilege which they still retain- Louisville is fortunate in having four churches presided over by followers of St Francis The Brown FrancIscans are In charge of Stt Boni faces and St Josephs churched and also maintain St Bonifaces monastry St Anthonys and St Peters churches are In charge of the Mack Franciscans The order of St Francis has given five Popes more than fifty Cardinals and many Bishops aid Patriarchs to the Church The Portluncula Indulgence takes Its name from one of tho churches at Assisi It means literally little door There according to common tradition Jesus Christ appeared to St Francis In 1221 and bade bingo to the Pope who would give a plenary Indulgence to all sincere leriitents who should devoutly visit that church Two year later Pope Toriorius III granted the Indulgence- In 1622 the Iindulgence was extended to all churches that pbaerved the rtttft fBt FramcliI Later still the Indulgence was granted to all- churebee in which the third order oft Fmacie wju eftnonioally eetab ll1hM OATHOWO WOOON c Mors thai iii dtJiIt 4j rL many visitors repre ntlng 1 5000 Catholic women in 11 parts of the United States aroassembled in Cleveland at the tr ennial national convention of tho ladles Catholic Benevolent Assoclal pn The con vention was formally opened Tues day morning with Psfeh mass In St Johns Cathedral Business sessions are being held in We Chamber of Commerce auditorium and will occupy all of next weptfj Great interest centers in the eleptjant of a Presi dent to succeed MrsllMco wan who foundaIuon serve any longer VINCENaUANS SK Will Hold GenialMeeting and Recelve ommun ion Tomorrow willI Tomorrow the general communion day for life various local conferences of the SV Vincent de Paul Society The members will re ceive the holy sacrantknt at the 730 oclock mass at theCathedral The day will be the festal day of rnJ society and every jjjtVlncentlan u urged 10 approach thjuholy eucharist At 3 oclock In tlie afternoon the general meeting of the society will be held In St Francis Hall In the basement of the Cathedral The Right Rev Bishop OjDonaghuo and the general officers Ieiro a full attendance at this meeting I J DJ COT- 4Hibernian N 8fI N ikWst Outing WOMANS RIGHTS I I I Archbishop Mesmer Gives His View On Modern Question Most Rev S G Messmer D D Archbishop of Milwaukee delivered the opening lecture of the season at the Western Catholic Ohautauqua on Oeonomowoc Lake Wisconsin His subject was Womans Rights In his discourse Archbishop Messmer said the modern Woman Question was an outcome of the French revo lution In his opinion the question of womans rights was a religious as well as of a social nature Rights of persons are determined absolutely by the purpose of the being in question said the Archbishop and the point then arises what is the purpose of the two sexes what is the difference We must come back to the Creator for the answer Religion I gives us the only true answer The theory that demands equal rights must be denied absolutely said the Archbishop It Is a mistake to say equal rights instead of similar rights Men have certain rights that women have not and women have certain rights that men have not No rightsglyenwomanWhy should women claim equal rights when it comes to a question of politics 7 asked the Archbishop What does politics mean politics means the governing and ruling of nations and too one who understands this would demand equal rights It would interfere with womans calling which makes her queen of the house hold It would destroy her female character and destroy her influence on mankind He declared that tho true solution of the womans question may be found In religion Hear him Through the sacred scriptures runs the Jaw that woman is subject to t man and therefore man takes the principal part As he is the head of the family man must take the lead ing part and on man rep 4 the author- Ity of the State Woman is not however considered Interior to man even though the enemies of the Church say so for the Catholic Church equallyhighbetween man and woman is the dir ference in their purpose or worK as assigned by God Instead of saying equal rights one should say similar rights PLANNING FOR BAZAH Arrangements for the big bazar to be given for the benefit of the Sisters of Mercy In October are progressing satisfactorily A novel ocheme to at I tract the ctiarltabWtlteJlnedW1ll- bethedfpo of a handsom piano at one cent e chance Combination boob have beeid dIetrIbitd The next general meetinjrof the worker for the ttqutLig et 1tll8it1L 1 rj 11 A OUTING The Annual Midsummer Fete 01 the Ancienti Order Next florida Musk Dnuclriff Itclrcalimcnt anil Oaines to Amuse Ladies Auxiliary Joins Hand AVithvHiberniniis For Success TAKING A GLANCE BATOR The annual outing of the County Board of tho Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Ladles AuxilIary- will be held at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday night and all Indications point to a record breaking crowd Of course the smiling countenance of State President George J Butler and County President P J Welsh will be missed but those worthy of ficials have been representing Ken tucky Hibernians In faroff Portland OreThe Executive Committee that has been arranging for the outing during the past six weeks Is mado up of State President Butler County Presi dent Welsh Con J Ford Thomas Walsh Patrick T Sullivan D J Coleman John H Hennessy and Miss Rose Sweeney Division 1 will have charge of the refreshments Members of Division 2 will have Charge of tickets and the gatq Music and dancing will be in charge of Division 3 and the committee has engaged iProf Dennis Collins and his orchestra It is unnecessary to say that an excellent programme of old Irish and the latest popular American music will be rendered Division 4 will have charge of the games and amusementsThe Picnic Committee of the Ladles Auxiliary is made up of Mrs J Z Bennett Miss Fannie Kennedy Miss Mary Corcoran Mrs Daniel J Dougherty Mrs Rose Ansbach Misses Julia Kelly Julia Hessian and Llllle Callahan and Mrs Davern The ladles are especially interested In the sale of tickets and each division has entered a favorite Iltte 4 Q diamond ring to be awarded the one selling the greatest number of tickets The candidates are Miss Katie Lally representing Division 1 Miss Mary May Graney Division 2 Miss Jiflia May Hesslon Division 3 and Miss Mamie Curran Division 4 Each candidate is striving hard and each Is receiving the hearty backing of her division A feature of the even ing will be the tugofwar Martin Sheehan is Chairman of the com mittee arranging for this and ex pects to present two teams of strong men John Mulloy is Chairman of the Committee on Irish Dances He has secured some of the best talent in the city for Jigs reels hornpipes and breakdowns All the committees have done ex cellent work and show that the Hibernians in Louisville are work ing for the common weal One com- mIttee that deserves special mention is that on advertising It is hoadcd by D J Coleman and he has work ed early and late In getting out a fitting programme boosting the picnic through the press and talking it up to everyone Mondays outing will recaP to many the glorIes of days gone by when the Hibernians of Louisville held their summer outlns at the old Woodland Garden Floral Park National Park and Phoenix lull In those golden olden days the picnics were usually held on lily 4andt- he rent for the parks varied from 1300 to 11800 Tickets were sold IRISH AMERIOAN Gal C Marshall then nt twentyfive cents instead of ten cents as at the prownf time Still thy made more mUller then than in more recent years Matthew Curran Thomas Ounce James Rogers John Gillen William Hughes John J Barrett Owen Kelran John Hennessy William Sullivan Patrick Dwyer and many others prominent in the ranks at these outings years ago have passed to their eternal reward While the living Hibernians are en Joying themselves at Phoenix Hill Monday night therewlll be many a little group foregathering on the leaders of other Everybody ClaysIouting and all time The country store the candy wheel and numerous jtlher attrac tions will furnish amusement for all LEXINGTON Last Saturday Thomas McNamara of 322 Chestnut street Lexington received a letter from Prosser Wash ahnduncipg the death there ot his brother John A McNamara on tune 22 No particulars were given but letters have been fieht to ascertain the cause of his death The deceased was born In Lexington about thirty hive years ago and is survived by his brother Thomas and two sister Misses Nellie and Annie MeNamara 1ST DWA1tD- SAAtinidiUflinerfetial FmE forth bane 1t of jtt IBdwards church Jefferson tow will be given it oWhellas Orchard o1l the Taylorernit interurban line on Tuesday afternoon east aiWBlK The ReV FathrTheojori Kmrea pester ot tt LIWe I O- Jo r LTS and his entire congregation expect many Louisville friends to attend Cars will leave the Louisville inter urban station Green street near Third dVery halfhour beginning at 220 oclock The cars leaving at I 220 320 etc will be doubleheaders Refreshments of all kinds will be served and a notable feature will be a good country supper St Edwards has hiyl no picnic for two years and the members of the con gregatlon are very anxious to meet their old friends from Louisville I PATRICK J WELSH County President and Delegate to the Hibertan National Convention HONORED GUEST Bishop ODonaghue to Be Feted by the YMI The Young Mens Institute ofii Louisville will give a banquet at the Gait House on Monday night in honor of the Right Rev Bishop ODona ghue Covers will be laid for 500 Mackin and Trinity Councils have united In an enort to make the af fair a successful welcome lor the new Bishop Quite a number of clergy nearly all of them members of the Y M I will attend Among them are the Rev George M Connor of Owensboro Rev J B Odendahl ot Henshaw Rev Bonaventuro CIcek O M Ci Rev Seraphim Schlang O M C Rev J A QGrady and the Chaplain of Unity Council New Albany The members of Unity Council have been Invited to th- egtL1t h I LJ The committee arranging the affair is made up of representatives from the two local councils They are Robert T Burke iEugene J Cooney Louis J Kieffer Dr J A Casper Charles S Raldy Frank G Adams J 0 Klrchdorfer Dr J R Leezer F Valnottl and Frank Brinkman Grand President Robert T Burke will be the toastmaster The address of welcome to Bishop ODonaghuo wilt be delivered by the Rev Father George M Connor of Owensboro Grand Chaplain Others who will respond to toasts are Rev Father Seraphim Schlang Rev Father J A OGrady Louis J Kieffer Thomas D Clines Dr A R Bizot James B Kelly Vie K Ecker and Dr F S Clark SOUTH MOURNS Untimely Taking Off of Popular Covington PriestI The entire South mourns the death of the Rev Father John Kyran Larkin which occurred at Johnson City Tenn on Wednesday of last week During the past three years he had been Chaplain of the Soldiers Home at Johnson City Father Larkin was born in the Bounty Limerick Ireland fiftyfive years ago Ho made his theological studIes at Maynooth and was ordaIn- ed in 1878 Early in the 80s he came td the United States and was for several yeals a professor at Mount St Mary s Emmlttsburg Md Later he removed to Tennessee and took up work on the rural missions- In the diocese of Nashville Then he was brdught to Memphis as assistant pastor of St Patricks church From 1894 to 1907 he was pastor of St Irlglds church Father Larkin was worshiped by young and old and his I untimely death IS a cause of sincere regret I IFORSAIrn TIlE WOuLD Academy otf Chero hoe drive was the scene of solemn ceremonies on Thursday when seven young ladles entered the novitiate of tho Ursuline nuns and twelve novices made thorr profession rhelI young ladies who received the habit of the order are Misses Helen Ober ausen Theresa Wessel Mildred Farnam Josephine Petty Elizabeth Bloom Katie Rose foiling and Mary Fischer Miss Oberhauson Jis a niece of John H Hcnnesey President of Division 4 A a H N VISITING PARENTS George B CoIl former Prosecuting Attorney ef the Clark CirculVCourt end a brother of Councilman Berney lll butBOwat Dallas Texas where Mlllccnnecledvlth the legal department of the MiMourl Kansas eMi railway Is In Jefferaonville for a visit tct kit parents r8ndIauriee Cell who Q tebraed their pMen wedding on July S toft Cel- lisaexiMpianIsd by hU 4ught r I L 0I 4 juLiL A rDOWN The Burial Place pi Sit P Uric Located 1 Picturesque County t its Mountains and Hills Add to the Beauty oi the Scenery Has Many Historic Towns and Villages Within Its Jt Boundaries WHERE COL MATEER WAS BORN The County Down Ireland takes Us name from Downpatrlck a little town near the dun or fort close to the Cathedral Patrick was added to the commemorate tae saints con nection with It Down from Cran field Point to Donaghdeo is forty LisburntomilesItsquare 272000Towhile Louth is on the south Armagh on the west and the Irish Sea is the physicalfeaturerange of the Mourno Mountains near the center is the much smaller range of Shove CroQb All the rest of the country is an endless succes sion of cultivated hills valleys and small plains SHove Donard is 2796 feet high and is the tallest mountain in Ulster Its summit is only two miles from the seashore at New Castle Other ConimedaghSlieve Shove Bingen and Shove Martin The coast line of County Down ex cept by the deep inlet of Strangford Lough i Is not much broken For the greater part It is rocky scarped and dangerous having few promi nent headlands and few bays or harborsThere Is quite a little in Strangford Lough which are Maheo Island archipelagorr Neudruw on which 1tabllshedand which still retains some ruinsrofLheoldbnIIdisgslncludingiLhd kremains of a round tower Beagh P Island Castle Island and Chapel Island Belfast Lough separates Down from Antrim Except the Bann and the Logan which drain the west of the county all the rivers are small The Bann rising In the Mourne Mountains flows through Down till it enters tho County Armagih two miles below Gilford The Lagan rises in SHevo Croob runs through Down to Molra and then forms tho boundary be tween Down and Antrim for the rest of Its course Among the smaller rivers in DoWn are the Ravenet tho Blackwater the Ballynahlnch the Ballyshannon the Burren the Anna long the Kllkeel the Newry tho White Water and the Narrow Q WaterNewry the principal town has a population of 15000 but a third of the inhabitants live in that part of the town which lies in Armagh It is a town of considerable trade and manufacture Down has many other historic towns but all are small and the population sparse Among them are Warren Point Rosstrevor Kllkeel Newcastle Dun drum Ardglass Strandford Kllly leagh Comber Newtownards Grey Abbey Kircub1in Ballywator Don a ghadee Bangor and Holywood More important still is Down Patrick the assize town and the burial place of St Patrick It has a population of 3400 A part of Belfast called Ballymacarret be longs to Down and has a population of 23917 Down formed a part of the ancient territory of Dalaradla Tim old name jof the Mourno Mountains was Bonn naBolrche The Danes Cast In the west a little to tho south of Gilford is a part of the ancient rampart dividing the Kingdoms of Oriel and Ulldla Downpatrlck Cathedral is built on the site of a Cathedral one I of the most ancient edifices in Ireland I which was destroyed by the I Danes and in which Itls said the remains of St Patrick St Brlgid 5 and St Columbklll web burled It t was reerected in 1140 only to bef burned duringl the war of Edward Bruce It was restored in 1412 anC burned again In 1538 In 1780 the present structure was placed OB the ruins vCol John McAteer of this city P fIMcAteer has made Beyera trips home since ho came to Louisville more than forty years ago NEWS OF ST LEOS Next Sunday evening the yrIJ Fitzgerald the indomitable and pastor of 9fc Leos 1hardworking Park will leave 1 to spend a two eekyaJon with relatives and friends in New York and the Kt During bin sence the affairs of the pariah be cared for by Dominican fat from 31 Louis Bertranda A Fttsg rId hiM arrange frVJT Ions toSt Leos schools Inia flourishing condition an bore TerlOO PUpUfr His c Usa white TClsataK him ft a- v111 heartily welcome him hj 0 ptJ tKNtJUOY mtIa AM RICAN bIIvrJI Ji- I 1ME i68 r Jtj cmeffleat ofIrish AmrkMi and Cith4k8I iY1ndOrs i j Jrtt exit Order of Hibernian Young Mens IniUtutfeTHnCathoHc Knlghta of America v It I KKNTUCKY IRIsH AMERICAN PHINTINQ CO Uoorportted PublltheraI kUBSCRIPtlONI PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc BnUred at Iks UwttvIM PDMHIC ii SecondClaai flitter Ai4rMaMCMBMlfiiMMi te tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Weal Oreci St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 23 1910 r JUDGE DOLDRIOKS MISTAKE Little by little Louisville Is agaln being crowded with Idle and shiftless negroes and complaints are being I 2 heard on all sides of their conduct In public places especially on street cars their Insults to white women being reported very numerously It must be admitted that since the inauguration of Jtlayor Heads ad ministration the police have done all j in their power to break up the negro crowds who congregate on corners and act in general as If the Grinstead Foster regime was in control but enIeourrtgem I Judge Boldrick who docs not grasp the situation as his friends had ex pected Instead of encouraging the police in their crusade he gives them a grilling and in the majority of cases if the negroes era fined it Is a fine of one or two dollars which will hardly get them to the work house gate and give a free meal before they are free A trip through the negro districts would prove very profitable to Judge Boldrick in hls administra tion of justice to this class which 1 a is detriment to Louisvilles prosperity His present course is only pleasing tither Evening Post which should be enough to warn him that ho is in r juring himself and the present ad ministration as well A GOLDEN OPINION It is very seldom that one sees an editorial worth while in the clnI seemsjIhortMayor Brand Whltlock characterizes the agitation over thoI moving pictures of the Reno fight an a spasmodic accession of righteous ness over something of little or no 4 consequence in contrast to a gen erally supine attitude towardlnlI Sdustrial abuses in real need of cor rection Long words but an an jnjrate teJDent9f Jlicasep- rize tTJhjii fighting evils will correct themselves in due course In the fewo I States where still they linger Abuses of larger public concern call for lh firm hand WanDS WOllTJl IlEglHNG I During the recent session of the I Kentucky State Bar Judge Benton of AssoclatlIII a paper that was not only of Interest 1 J to the lawyers but would be doubly 1mlt1 Benton goes after what he calls the I toGourt House Lobby Not long ago the Kentucky Irish Am attention to the state erlcancalledII isting In and about House From tba tone ot Judge Ben tons paper a similar condition pre vails in many sections of the State I Judge Benton sounds a note of warn I ing thusIt be a revelation to some members of the Bar Association to bo told that in many of the cities and counties of the State there are men because of somfc real or self claimed tJlnuence thEII power t InII action of juries whose assistance connection with jury trials is more f eagerly sought by litigants than the jIodof the lawyers who actu IsII fa the Thecases services of these Won especially in desperate crimi nat cases demand a higher price than Js usually paid the attorney who represent the defendant in Your r This statement is not I in ended as nor is Itthe ranting of L muckraken but it is a calm spbcr II JonyfcUcm the result of what has I lban regrettably observed in some I of the best counties in the State There IIno name that so fitly ap1I plies to the men who engage in i title nefarious business as that of 1C1 and bar of the State than promptly put such lobbyists o tof bufinees The countenancing of I such practices by attorneys itho failure ot the judges to severely I condemn them JUid utter the most Rigorous protest Rarast such prac M will make thg effort to admln i slice a pjodlcioui farce die profeftia of lw and rts and J eosrt proceeding ihameful di repute 1 nd Ke Benton al o sUUeCtua TIe saya thai public enU t1i M Unit appaId tpV as4 101 aSof4 rUt the pJA nV ofTens ofembraery ehEd and 1goious1y p adds I s been but one reference to that crime by our Appellate Court and that was almost a century ago It then approved the definition of the crime given by the oldest law writers as follows Embracy as where one attempts to corrupt influence or in struct a jury or any way to incline them to be mote favorable to the one side or the other by money letters promises threats or persuasions ex cept only by the strength of evidence and the arguments of counsel in open court at the trial of the cause so also by laboring a Juror to appear and act according to conscience or by indirect means as where persons procure themselves or others to 1be sworn on a jury to serve the onside Judge BenUms advice is wellI worth pondering over- SUCCINTFLI5I STATED At the recent meeting of the Catholic Educational Society at Detroit the Most Rev Jolla J Glehnon uttered potent truths in a succinct way He told his auditors The Catholic does not build his schools to fight Protestantism Th 31 Catholic wants no State church He opposed to It The Catholic willI lis r demand from the State one cent I1to help in Catholic propaganda or a9 I recompense for teaching Catholic doctrine The Catholic expects that for secular teaching the State if it pay 1 for any should pay for all I The Buffalo Catholic Union andI Times hands a clever but timely jolt 1 1to Rockefeller in the following Cleveland last Sunday Brother IIU declared that the time has come for a universal religionI Theoll king is away late The time for a universal religion came with Christ He established it But man who is so much wiser than his Maker would not accept Christ nor live in accord with his teachings Warring sects are not cOnducive to uni versality t 1itL 7 1 The editor 9ff the St Louis Church Progress declares Sometimes we hear it said that we have too many Catholic fraternal societies One wouldnt think so to road the death notices iij our daily papers and note the number of Catholics thus shownl to be affiliated with fraternal so cieties that are not Catholic Men and women worry over their condition in life Yet It either wouldl attempt to walk off the feeling they would encounter people much worse off than themselves If you are oft the worrying kind look around andl you will find some people much worseII off than yourself IHis Majesty King George has ac knowledged the letter from the American Catholic Federation re garding the accession oath and returns thanks for the kind wishes and prayers for his reign CIAIt1ItAYAN- Miss Irene CIarkand William Ryan were united in marriage at the Church of the Sacred Heart last IonI day morning The Rev Father Patrick Walsh performed the ceremony After the nuptial mass which Jfollowed Mr and Mrs Ryan left for Cincinnati and the North on a brief bridal trip The bride Is the pretty laughter of Mr and Mrs Noble Clark and has been much admired in Catho lie coclal circles Mr Ryan Is familiarly known as Babe He is one of the most popular amateur baseball umpires in the country Memberd of the Portland balL team IIi presented Mr and Mrs Ryan with a set of solid silver knives and forks S USE FOR OLD STAMPS 1I I ITile White Fathers who have es tablished their mother house in Quebec have appealed to Catholics everywhere for cancelled postage tamps These stamps are sold and the money that accrues Is used in I I purchasing the freedom of slaves In Africa During the past year thirty one negro boys and girls were paved from slavery in this manner but it- trequired nearly 16000000 canceled stamps to secure their liberty All I1 charitably inclined persons are urged to save their cancelled stamps and to forward them to the Rev Father Director of the AffJcan Missions 37 Ramparts street Quebec c nlI I GOB8 TO LXlNOTON Dr Henry f6Kenn a most promising young phynlelanl for the put yr aMoeiafcd with Dr J 0 Robertf of title city hag accepted ihe post of lntnw at St Joephi1I I ROfItttJtat Lexington Dr McKsnai wlloM ftiM la in Tatrneld ia a Emduate Of the L6tiayUla School of Medicine Ae taa ooumln of Circuit Clerkame Or oers aod JtIGWr the Rlajru caitalsX1s iLonlivlIfS friend iwrti kta iiiirtoy UOCCH in hfo aew fields Iif i w l ft 1S0E t I p 1- I iJISUI0 f 4 Mr and Mrs Frank Menne have gone to their cottage in Michigan I- III IMrs James ONcil of Parkview spent last week visiting relatives iat Owehsbbro I Miss Sadie Gratz visited in Men phis last week the guest of Miss Alsha Meehan II Miss Helen Qwsley of Burkesville is the guest of the Misses Dannen hold Crescent Hill J11JohnI T Fitzgibbons of tlio New iI York Store iis home from a visit to friends at Shelbyvllle I1Itudge Matt ODoherty and wife will spend the month of September in Montreal and Canada- I I Messrs Rudy and Joe Herrmannj have been enjoying a weeks vac tJou at Sweet Sulphur SprIngs I I Judge Samuel Baldrlck was among the prominent visitors who spent last week at Crab Orchard Springs I Miss Pearl Leary of South Louis IIvllle lies returned from a weeks visit with relatives In the country II Mrs Kate Monlcke of St Louis Is here on a visit as the guest of Mrs John C Graves of 852 Fifth street I 1MrsI Joseph H OHara and daughter Gertrude left Monday to spend two weeks at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Jeannette Hetchof Oakdale has been entertaining Miss Emma Dillon a welcome visitor from Newport II Miss Elizabeth OLeary has re turned to Shelbyvllle after a two weeks visit with frlends in this city I cloy Augustus E Willson and wife will leqve next week for a months stay at Vequetonsing and a tour of the lakes iI Miss Nora Raney of St Louis iis spending two weeks here as the guest of John Swift and family of 1100 Zane street I Mrs C J Boldrick andlltUe daughters Tdary and Elizabeth have gone to Virginia to spend six weeks at OCean View I Misses Hilda and Frances Hlnke beth of New Albany spefll the past week with their aunt Mrs Klein In Jefferson county I Mr and Mrs John F Greeley oft 619 West St Catherine have Just returned from a two weeks visit in Southern Indiana I Miss Mnmle Lillls who was the guest of the Misses McAullffe In Jef fersonvllle tort Saturday for her home InFrankfort rKI 4 Y SKA rjiiSwWi v- 1Xrblm t Macauley and Patrick E Henchey were among the Louisville visitors spending last week in New York and the East I Misses Emma Carraro and Ger rude Allgeler are home from a mostl enjoyable visit to Mr and Mrs W L Sauer at Anchorage I1lIssl Helen ORourke Parkvlew gave a delightful picnic at Cherokee Park in honor of Miss Olive McMil lan of Ellzabethtown I IHarry Cooper of Preston andl Ormsby avenue has removed to Chi cago to accept a position with al leading mercantile firm I Mrs H S McNutt and Mrs Lily Clmlottl gave a largely attended and-l delightful garden party on Wednes day at their home at Orell 1 I1Mr and Mrs J J Caffrey and sister Miss Ora Brownfield will jaill from New York next Saturday to spend some time in Europe I IlIsse8 Mary Sullivan and Antoinette and Llllie Dubourg of Shelbyville I were this week the guests of their aunt Mrs Wilt Kaltenbacher JJ Mr and Mrs John T Welch and daughters Elizabeth and Margaret are visiting in New York City I Mr and Mrs J F Dannenhold of Cresqent Hill who left last week for Detroit will visit Atlantic City and Philadelphia before returning I 1 Mrs Matt ODoherty entertained I Informally at bridge on Friday afternoon Jj in honor of her guest Miss Marjorie Jame of Dayton Ohio I Lieutenant M J Hawley of the First police district has been spend- Ing his ten days vacation watching the Colonels perform at Eclipse Park IMlss Nettle LGleasbn and Miss Kathryne C Carroll left Monday for a two weeks visit in Chicago and Milwaukee and other points in the orthwestIIMr and MrsV Van ODanlel and lit I tle daughter arrived home this week from Central City where they were the guests of Mrs Arthur Murphy and enjoyed a very plasant visit IMrs John Belvjy and daughter Miss Josephine have returned to their home on West Seventh street New Albany after a most enjoyable visit to relatives at Columbus Ind AlellghUUl supper was given In heor of Jacob Prick of Cincinnati by ralid tin CKarlM tIerltat their fMidenc 3U4Wtntoatl- wr wliire ftra were laid for twthtyrpne I IISquire OOBITY has l hit KUMti t hte home Thirtyriecond and Kpltr i lib ntirl Still Cioderji aid her fettghter MiMfi Uttie dlGtor1 ClndeM of I4IniD9IlLl t A plwZ eyptot list Week w the delUrhtful snrprUe flven Mini 11 4 t liaqhtesFalkIin honot f her J rthday I 1lrand Mrs Owen Sullivan and children and Miss Iary Sullivan a Sister of Mrs Owen Sullivan are spending the summer at French Lick Miss JosephineSullivan of Portland will be their guest for two weeks I IIr and Mrs C M Bartlett of Athens Ohio and Mr and Mrs N W Holzer of Madison Ind and Mrs Mary McHugh aJio of Madison are spending the week with Miss Maggie McHugh of G30 South Seven teenth street I IViliiam Repetto who has been en- joYing the balmy breezes at CapoI May N J expects to return to hisI duties in Iroulsyille next week In a posta to affriend he writes that the New Jersey coast reminds him of the climate of Genoa I I Miss Helen Loretto Cassidy and Frank S Meagher will be united iInI 1the holy bonds of matrimony at St Louis Bertrands church at 8 oclock on the morning of Wednesday August 3 The bridetobe is the charm Ing daughter of Mrs Ella E Cassidy while the fortunate young man Is the son qf Dennis Meagher Both young people are well and favorably knoW in Catholic society circles CHEAP TJRIP To Niagara Tails OfferedI by Mackin Council Members Mackin Councils trip to Niagara Falls via rail and steamer is meet olng with general approval The ttour will include Cincinnati Cleve land Buffalo Toronto and the Greatl Lakes Roundtrip tickets Including all expenses will be sold for 27 rhe committee In charge is made up of Joseph J Hancock Frank L Lanahan Ben J Sand and Robert T Burke The train will leave the Union Station Tenth and Broadway at 8I oclock on Wednesday August 17 and is due to reach Louisville on the return trip at 920 oclock on the evening of Monday August 23 Ar rangements for reservations tickets and desposlts should be made with1 Joseph J Hancock 704 Louisville Trust Building between noon and 2 oclock each day More than 200 per sons have already expressed their willingness to make the trip Friday Saturday and Sunday will be spent atl the Falls Toronto and other nearby interesting points This will be the only excursion of the kind fromI Louisville this year j I IJOINS RELIGIOUS ORDER t Miss Margaret QDonnell of South Park one of the most widely known and active workers for the numerousI charities in this city and vicinity left last Saturday to enter upon her novitiate at theCriother house of theI ifSlsters Qtt ijabd Shepherd at par thage Ohio Miss ODonnell Is a granddaughter of the late Mrs Brlgld ODonnell a pioneer and resident of South Park and a niece of Sister Paul who was so long station ed at the Good Shepherd Convent at Twentythird and Bank streets but has now been transferred to Indian apolis I VICTIM OF ACCIDENTI James L Corcoran a well known young man of the West End was found dead In bed at the family resl dence 1729 West Broadway on Wednesday afternoon It is believed that Mr Corcoran shot himself ac cidentally while attempting to clean a revolver The deceased was thirty one years old He is survived by his wife who was Miss Ollie Ballard of bant Ky his father Matthew Corcoran Sr two brothers Andrew J and Matthew Cbrcoran Jr and four sisters Misses Anna Belle Mary Margaret and Helen I nt8T HIGH 3IASS I IIThe Rev James Hermes formerly a boy of St iPeters parish who was ordained last fall in Rome will cele brate his first high mass tomorrow morning at St Peters church Seven teenth and Southgate streets Since his ordination Father Hermes has been touring Europe and arrived in New York the first of the week Rev Father Leo Greulich Provincial of the Franciscans will preach the sermon and will not again visit Louis yule until after his return from Rome GROWING SCHOOL I The enrollment of pupils at St Philip Nerls parochial school has become so large that They Father Ack erman finds it necessary to provide another room and teacher for the next session To meet this additional expense the people of the parish are planning a olg lawn fete for the benefit of the pchool building fund Father Ackerman and the congregation are justly proud of the school and will make every effort to ade growthIOOVIXGTOX PRIEST DEAD I I The Rev Father Thomas B Cooney died at the tame of his patents in Covington Friday evening of last week Fora while Father Coon y Was a missionaryl in the mountains ot Eastern Kentucky tater he was appointed pastor of the church at Richmond but after serv ing two years had to relinquish 1Ills charge on account of ill health Father Cooney was held in high es teem by all who knew him rJiOtCOTBD I j Officer Patrick Meehin farsev- elar yeftrsone of the rwst faithful nvemWa of the Louisville police forcer WM ttk promoted te titIposition of girgiiiaC in recognition of hlIDerititMaahaft ti a wrttoo aM eoHerf t Iv pcaoo oflkMipv 4fl4 hit Mirr i rLidi predict tlwi 4e will jtf jaifli higher JU T KNIUllfSij OF UOL MilS1 Late News That Vlll Interest Menibers Here and Else where There are now 1100 Knights JnI Milwaukee and GOOO in Wisconsin where the order was Instituted only ten years ago splenIII jganized choral club under the direction of Prof Leo Schmidt The Knights of Colorado Springs Telofr are looking brighter eYerI dayKnights of the Far West are elated over the appointment of John H Reddin of Denver as Supreme Mat ter of the Fourth Degree for the United States and Canada one the most coveted positions in the ofI orderIMembers of the order in Louis rUle are looking with pleasant anticipation to the annual outing at Forn Grove on August 10 The Entertainment Committee will have some surprises that are out ot thet ordinary run Under the auspices of the New York Chapter a series of special re treats for members of the order con ducted by the Rev Father Shealy S J was inaugurated yesterday at Fordham University These retreats are in the nature of a weekend vaca flea commencing Friday night and ending Monday morning REGENT DEATHSI 1 Mrs Mary S Brown a well beloved matron died at 1St Josephs In firmary on Tuesday following a surgical operation She is survived by her husband David S Brown and a daughter Miss Eleanor Brown She was a olsterinlaw of R S Brown passenger agent of the B O S W Her funeral took place from St Brigids church yesterday mOrning and was very largely attended Friends and relatives of Mrs Mary Sauer beloved wife of Norman I Sauer of 2028 Portland avenu were grieved and shocked by the news of her untimely death Monday follow ing an operation for abscess Mrs Sauer was twentytwo years of age 1and is survived by her husband andII one child Her funeral took place Thursday morning from St Anthonys and was attended by many mourning friends and relatives John McCue a well known em ploye of the Louisville Railway Com pany died Sunday morning at the home of his father Peter McCue 137 Bullitt street after a three weeks Illness of typhoid fever One sister Mrs Margaret Morris and three brothers Daniel Martin and Michael McCue survive him The funeral took place Tuesday morning from the Cathedral nany mourning friends and relatives attending the solemn obsequies JI1 pLrsJCatholne F Carroll whojlled at the ffdine of her mother Mrs Bridget Cottingham in Jeffersonvllle early on Friday morning ot last week tooK place from St ugU8tines church on Monday morn ing Many sorrowing friends attend ed the requiem mass The deceased was thirtyfour years old She is survived by two little sons John and Arthur Carroll her mother Mrs Bridget Cottingham and four broth ers George Daniel John and Thomas CottinghamMrs Bell Warner Zell died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital at 7 oclock Thursday morning She had been ill several weeks and death resulted from a complication of all ments Her husband John Zell and two little daughters survive After her death the remains were removed to the home of her aunt Miss Lizzie Grady where they remained until the funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption this morning Mrs Zell was a popular young matron and her untimely demise Is generally re gretted St Columbas parish mourns the death of Anthony R Schwind son of John Schmind end Jne of the most highly esteemed young men of tie West Eend The deceased was formerly with the Louisville Nash ville but for several months had been ill of consumption He was a grandson of Tony Landenwich and is survived by a large number of rela tives The funeral took place Wednesday morning Rev Father Kalaher celebrating the mass and preaching a feeling sermon in which he paid tribute to the exemplary life ot the deceased 1nOSr6Y READY The plans for entertaining the delegates ahd visitors to the fortieth annual convention of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America i which will be held in Boston during I the second week of August have been completed The convention will I be attended by some of the most noted Catholic men of the day and the jUzigramme will be varied and interesting IWELoonE AWAITS HIM I Archbishop Mbeller who has been abroad several months Is expected to return to Cincinnati on August 30 The Catholics of that city are pro paring to give him a grand welcome home All the uniformed bodies will meet him at the depot and escort him I to the Cathedral Later he will be tendered a reception at St Josephs 1ollobi3lngI CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OUTING J Time various branches of theCtho Uc Knights of America of the FillS Cities atlUl ted with the Central Committee will give their annual I oUIIIat IFontal ieFerrT Iart nl Taeeday August 21 AU entertaln I RMntc given bjr the Cant ml Commit 1 tee JMtye proven yalt1D4 u17ar the member promtM to J8akAt H mot entertaining tbUtUJ I I a i i41r LORETTO Boarding School For Young Ladies I NINETYNINTH YEAR BEGINS SEPT 5 1910 I For Terms apply to Directress Nerinx PO Kyjj + + 4 + + + + +4+ +++ 444 1STSTMARYS COLLEGE M tRY MARION CO KY o Commercial Course with Business College features High School C urse preparation for Law Medicine Phar 4 macy Dental and Engineering Schools o Collegiate Course preparation for Seminaries and Uni I versitiesNewGymnasium j with Instructor For Catalogue address oREV MICHAEL JAOLOWICZ C R President St Mary Kentucky t Academy HeartjCRESCENT HILL LOUISVILLE KENTUCK CONDUCTED BY THE URSULINE SISTERS This beautiful garden spot enriched by nature and embellished by man stands on an eminence detJod king the pike leading to Cfiefokee Park distant about one and onehalf miles The Curriculum handled by a competent faculty is thorough and comprehensive The Academic Course includes besides tht usual studies in science special advantages in French German Latin and Eloci tion The Commercial Course is taught extra The Conservatory of Music conducted on the plan of the European Classical Conservatories has won the highest praise from leading nruslcians In the Art School every opportunity is afforded The classes pursue a thorough course id pencil crayon and charcoal drawing in oil water colors pastel and china paint ing For illustrated catalogue containing full information address MOTHER DIRECTRESS PO St Matthews KY Sacred Heart Academy Both Phonts 2399 AWNINGS AND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than anyone lirlee Orders by mail promptly attended to f i Etimates cheerfully furnished j Kentucky Tent and Awning kI BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST IIALFOEYWhin DIAHOND WALL PLASTER in Your Building MANUFACTURED DY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated PlantLouI8VIIlr DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered S OFFICE AND FORtH 713715 SEVENTH STPRF1 f SUNSETWITH SATURDAY JULY 30 10 STEAMER COLUMBIA M AGKIN SOCIAL CLUB Dancing Tuells Orchestra Tickets 50 cents Boat leaves First Street Wharf at 530 CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater es pecially to Ladles and Children PRINCESSand COLUMBIA Under the same management We present only the standard productlonl- historic dramatic and co- micRIYIVIEW Louisvilles Favorite Family Resort Presenting High Class Vaudeville Matinee and Night Free Concerts by SIQNOR CARLO ULIVIERrS BAND Dancing Best Restaurant in South the Joy 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Grippe Catarrahl Affection also for Debilitated or Weak Lungs This medicine can oe used prophylactic or as a preventive against the above mentioned disorders and is also an excellent tonic LESELIA is entirely harmless and is guaranteed not to contain Quinine or othercinchona preparations or injurious ingredients of any kind nor heart depressers like the cold tar derivative In other words LESELIA is a purely vegetablecompound bold in Two Size BottlesI Oo iud SffclOO None Genuine Without Signature of Brother Dennis I PREPARED B- YSJIXA CO952 SIXTH STREET I Louisville Kentucky- At Biiscberaeyers aud alldrurglsts Give your boys SB education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE I 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky I conuucted by the Xavetianrothcre ctaalcal- SdentUie and fluslneii Course Preparatory De WeilEquippedGymnasium Uome Phone 5657 Comb Main 2712 a llENRYFUCllSFLORIST I Plants Designs Out Flowers 1 Flowers and Designs for I all Occasions Store 556 Fourth Avenue Opposite Post Office Greenhouses Chailes and Texas All the latest Spring Styles and Shapes prlcesCall REIiRYflUNOLD BKAZXR IK StapleIldFllty Oric1u- k FIRT3LAIAMPLE MOM IN OOMMf 8TMN Oil WMsktos alfidlik fm US WWALNIT o t 1 iif f J f I INTERESTING WaMeeting of Division 1 AO H Tuesday Night f I Division 1 AO H held a meet lug Tuesday night that was of more than ordinary interest from the fact that there was a splendid attendance with Peter C slck Tim J SullivanI James Barry John Rogers and other earnest workers again to the fore President Thomas Walsh occupied the chair and T J Sullivan presided at the Financial Secretarys desk In the Absence of Thomas Dolan who has been afflicted with eyo trouble John Holderi was reported still ill but with hopes for his speedy re covery Walter Coakley was obll gated and several new members were promised for the near future Dur ing the proceedings Messrs Martin Cuslck Thomas Keenan and James Barry reviewed the work of the or der in past years and urged their hearers to turn out Monday and swell the crowd at Proenlx Hill to the oldtime proportions Keenan report i Chairman Thomas ed the arrangements for IrishAmeri can day under the auspices of Divi sion 1 at Fontaine Ferry on August Id which are In the hands of the following Martin Cusiclt John M Mulloy James P Barry Thoma Dolan Councilman Charles J Fine gan William M Higgins James Kll kelly William Murphy Tim J Sullivan and Secretary Thomas Lawler This committee and others interested have been called to meet Tuesday night at the office of Chairman Keenan when a special programme will be prepared At the next meet ling alternates to the State convention will be elected ANNIVERSARY Of Substantial Harclln County Attracted Crowds The Catholics of Hardin county as sembled at Ceclllan op Thursday of last week to attend the twentyfifth anniversary of the dedication of St Ambroses church The services were presidedover by the pastor the Rev Delphlne Antheman He was as sisted by the Rev Father John J Abell of St John Ky the Rev Father John Jastaldl of Colesburg and the Rev Father Constantine C P of Louisville Rev Father Gastaldl celebrated the solemn high mass St Ambroses church was built by the Very Rev Father James P Cronin now Vicar General of the diocese Although he has been away i from CeciUan many years rather Cronin is still affectionately remem bored by the older parishioners Many addresses wore delivered by pioneer members of the parish jGRANI EXOtmsiOX I n to Madison Ind will be given for the benefit of St Augustines church on Wednes day September 7 The steamer Co lumbia will tarry the excursionists and will leave the foot of First street at 830 oclock in the morning On the return trip the boat will reach the wharf at 730 oclock In the even ing Rev Father Felten pastor of St Augustines promises a most enjoyable day to all who attend St Augustines band will furnish music and the mlnlstrels will give a vaude vHlo entertainment Besides there will be dancing and other amusements Roundtrip tickets wll be sold for thirtyfive cents FOR ST COLUMBAS Next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings a grand lawn fete will be 1 I given rot the benefit of St Columbas church on the lawn Thirtythird and Market streets Each afternoon there will be euchre on the lawn and games will be called at 230 oclock Tickets are being sold for fifteen cents and each ticket entitle the holder to a saucer of ice cream Sup per and refreshments will be served on the grounds I AWAY FOR insAimr I The Rev Father A J Brady pas tor of St Cecilias church had gone to the highlands jf New Jersey to a mrmtb From there ho will go tltjiiu to Mount Clemens Mich and ex pacts to return to Louisville In much better health During his absence the Rev Father Norman Is In charge of- St Cecilias parish Ho will bo as sisted on Sundays by the Rev Father I Crane I FRANCISCAN ChAPTER Tho Rev Father Peter Englert 0 F M Is In Cincinnati attending the general chapter Of the Franciscan Fathers which began on Wednesday Questions of vital linportancetO the I various parishes under the guidance of the Brown Franciscans were discussed the reports of various parishes and houses were received and ex jamined and recently orddlned priests I I were assigned tp charges lAWN FETEI I I Next Wednesday and Thursday evenings the men and women of St Brldglds congregation will give a lawn eteon the church grounds on Baxter avenue near Highland the proceeds to be used for repairs forth school Many Int resting outdoor amusemepts have been planned and a light appetising lunch wjll be I daintily served A good time Is guaranteed to all who attend I nBTKBAT FOR NUNS The Rev Father f H Healy 0 P- who with the Rev FAtherJ RI MftAgaer recently conducted a mlll Iqnat Sti Louis BertrftRd ehurcb Iii oonduciif a retrwit for the Domlnlt 1 ann nuns at St Catberhiei CenTent this tre k Seyer1 hundred nuns j from various ptrto of tbe United tatM we gathered fey tie aptt1 ezerdbei t to 1 i 4 J h t t WE1 ARE JROCUEROCUEI 11 I ICLOTHINGI IIII- II I 25- Gods 30- Goods 35- Goods 40- Goods 1250 II 1500 I 1 1750IIII Mens and Youtht Suits and RaIn- coats Business Suits and Droll I Suits blacks blues and fanoy pat I terns We bought the entire cloth lag stock of Roohe Roche who retire from the clothing business LEVYSThird B 1t1THE BRIGHT SPOT IN LOUISYI L a CUSCADEN ICE 0 CREAM WITH Designs in the Center ISALL THE RAGE TELEPHONE 518 AND 584 We ship to all railway stations cial rates to churches and lodges SpeII 309311 Second Street Louisville LITTLE ITALYII iIIIII Feast of Our Lady of Mount curmel In New York The Italian colony in New York celebrated the feastday of Our Lady of Mount Caringlwfoyal style from midnight last Friday until tile following midnight In the district known as Little Italy and which covers about eighteen blocks every bouse was decorated with flags and multicolored lanterns and electric lights From early Saturday moinII 1 copUnualLady of Mount Carmel and fully 50 I 000 people attended Visitors streamed in from all sec Lions At 6 oclock on Saturday even ing a parade headed by the members of the Society of Our Lady of Mount Carmel started from the church IenJJ and women pinned money ann Jewelry to banners carried by theI marchers The festivities closed withI a brilliant display of fireworks OAUDIXA1YK imiTllriAY I Today Cardinal Gibbons Is seventy 1 six years old bUthls celebration Will be a quiet one Next year he will celebrate a double jubilee the fiftieth anniversary of his priesthood and his twentyfifth year as Cardinal Cardi nal Gibbons Is popular with the peo plo of all creeds and Is a veritable shepherd his fiockIto own i i INCREASE IX SALARIES j The Louisville Nashville Rail road Company has Increased the I wages of Its employes In the Louisville shops 6 per cent This was a welcome surprise arid was unknown to the 5000 men effected until they received their pay envlopes on Monday The inceased went into effect June 1Y O W TO CELEBRATE Iw wood Socials Camp 11 of the Woodmen of the World will give their first ice cream festival and dance vat Fishers Garden 1127 Gosa avenue on Thursday evening Au gust 18 Tickets are only ilfteen cents Schneiders union orchestra will furnish the music All who attend arc promised a good time LATEST IX STYLES j Turbans are flat and broad I Square veils wIth embroidered borders are muchin vogue and are becoming IAnetrectlve Leghorn hat his a crown of yellow roses and a cluster of the same flowers under the left brim I A morning blouse of any white material may be Bet off by a yoke and I cuffs of the new mustard shade or of blue and should be worn with a I belt of tile same shade Attractive waists for summer ate made of eyelet embroidery or of white linen embroidered In brown dots Belts tie and Stockings phould match the colpt of the dots II Evening gowns art simple They show the Inifutince of the pecunt style Initead of being on splendid lines with gOrga ornamentation J thef are unusUally eimplc n- ExquUilt art ouutr tth Dinso- wer etrLd iBU Hoa jBoaif otthe blonis of tIde matorUl are trtnmod vitft iHlb of u jvt iriiito nessftn bbqrd br tiny bloNd blinds J U LJ k t ww Chosen ip Repre- ision 3Jat Ashland Meet Division 3 A 0 H had a splen MTondamight livan presiding The principal feature of the evening was the electlpn of five alternates to the State conven tion There were twentyfive nomi nations and the balldtlng was spirited The alternates chosen were Lawrence J Mackey Thomas Quinn Jame Stevens Charles Doyle and loutit Mulloy All are good men and tlili selection reflects credit upon the wis dom of the members Officer Charles Brown was reported recovering frpm r cent injuries It was announced that on August 1 Edward J Mackey formerly Secre tary to Hon Swager Sherley would address the division on life in Wash ington D J Coleman reported that he had a good list of willing worker for the picnic on Monday Lawrenco J Mackey Thomas Quinn and npPollltcddelegat UP TO FANS To Help Detent Minneapolis TeRm Tomorrow At tornoon 0 The Louisville baseball team will again try conclusions with Mike Kellys St Paul team in a double header and Manager Del Howard will endeavor to capture both games by means of which he hopes to bring the team out of last place which would have been accomplished this past week Jut for a series of mis fortunes the principal one being the crippling of little Jimmy Doyle who has been a tower of strength to the team both in fielding and In hitting The hitting and fielding of Doyle Howard and Stanley has been mainly the cause of the clubs big improvement but praise of Stanley is always IJlayerissinging his praises Every fan In Loulsile male and female should be on hand for the double header with Minneapolis to morrow and come prepared to root beIall season claiming the pennant last years was won by foul methods and outlofthat the Minneapolis players always exert themselves to defeat Louisville by onesided scores for revenge Sot behooves every fan to be on hand and give them the best we have in the shop GERMAN ORPHAN PIONIO I Committees are busy making arrangements for the annual picnic for the benefit of St Josephs Orphan Asylum which will be given on the spacious orphanage grounds on Wednesday August 16 Nothing will be left undone by the St Joseph Orphan Society to make this the biggest and best picnic ever given in Louisville MOTION PICTURES With the electric fans cooling the atmosphere the Casino Princess and Columbia continue their hold upon the public and are well patronized The bills for next week comprise films of more than ordinary interest being the latest productions and both Instructive and amusing At each will he heard the illustrated song hits of the day- ENJOYING THBJfSMfELVES I Joseph P Grj ney and William F Leislng are making a tour of the East including Niagara Falls Pitts burg Philadelphia and Washington On their return they will join their colleagues of the Criterion Club who have pitched their tent In a shady spot on Auberys farm at the foot of Market street- CONDITION IMPROVED Mrs Margaret Ford the venerable and highly esteemed mother of eX Councllman Lawrence Ford who was thought to be critically ill at her home on West Sixth street In Jefter sonvlllo has improved greatly and New York relatives who were wired of her condition have been notified of the change SUNSET EXCURSION MacKlns Social Club will give one of its delightful sunset excursions next Saturday evening The steamer Columbia which will carry the ex cursionists will leave the foot of First street at 530 oclock Tuells orchestra will furnish the music for dancing A number of good vaude rule turns will be presented OF OirARlTli ISrSTERS for the Sisters of liarlty of Nazareth was brought to a close th Tu f day It w Is conducted by the Rev Father IIark1OPToward its close the Rev Father Daniel McGuire Prior of Sacred II Heart Retreat Louisville went to Nazareth to assist him FORTY HOURS PRAYER The beautiful devotion of Frty Hours prayer will begin at Holy 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at Ashlars will be as important as any ever heldI in Kentucky arid its deliberation will require at least two days The Hibernians of Tennessee suffered I a severe loss by the death of Father Larkin for years a chaplli and earnest worker for the order I During the past two years theI membership has Increased 11600 while the value of properties of the order shows a gain of over 500000 II IrishAmerican day at Fontalm Ferry Park under the auspices of Division 1 on August 10 will bo 111 recordmaking event for that resort I With fair weather Phoenix Hill should be taxed to Its capacity Moll day night Every member of the order and all his friends should be thereAll the divisions of Indianapolis assisted at the Lady ot Lourdes church festival held this week Thursday night was set especially for the Hibernians Milwaukee Hibernians are now prosperous and are making eJforl to have their 1910 celebration excel that of any former year It Will take place August 6 I The committee nrmnging for Division ls Irish Amerlcan day aL Fontaine Ferry will meet Tuesday night at the office of Treasure Thomas Keenan Division 2 announces a big picnic for August 29 at Phoenix Hill Part Con Ford and the committee will arrange an entirely1 new and original programme of amusements Milwaukee has the largest ttvlsior of the Ancient Order in this country with about 700 members among whom are many of the citys lead Ing professional and business men Every Hibernian in Louisville should turn out Monday night te make the County Board outing at Phoenix Hill Park surpass the old time gatherings the order held there The Ladles Auxiliary of Minneapolis Initiated a large number of new members Monday night Members from all the auxiliaries in the cityII were present to witness the cere monyA large crowd will enjoy the downrtheriver excursion to be given by Division 3 on August 29 Messrs John Riley Hugh Hqurigan and John 1 Karmen are arranging a fine musical programme in addition to a number of novel features The Ladles Auxiliary of St Paul presented National President Matthew Cummings and National Presi dent Anna Malla with souvenir spoons at the reception tendered the Eastern delegates en route to the national conventionIThe are arranging a grand reception for the Fathers Cunningham who are visiting the Emerald Isle and are expected to return about September I 1 They were born In Ireland and their mother still lives there In the County Galway I Some day declares the Milwaukee Catholic Citizen the Ancient Order I will build a monument to Prof Michael G Rohan His work In pro noting the study of Irish history is more important than the work of many patriots known in two world LEXINGTON C1TIEX DEADI Hon Patrick Slavin a retired business man and for years one of the most prominent Democratic politicians in the Bluegrass region died at his home in Lexington last Saturday morning His funeral took place from St Pauls church on Monday The requiem mass was celebrated by the Rev Father De Waegenaer and many old friends Irrespective of creed or politics attended the obsequies The deceased was born In Ireland eighty years ago but had made his home in Lexington since he was twentyfive years old lIe made a comfortable fortune In the grocery business before ho retired a few years ago He also served both is Councilman and Alderman Five children survive him They are Mrs Klalr wife of Hon William F Klalr Mrs Kirby of Pendleton county James Slavin John Slavin and Mrs Boprkhoot all of Lexington riOXIC EUCHRE IX TTOI Next Wednesday at Phoenix Hill park there will be a grand picnic eUchre and lotto entertainment for the benefit of St Pauls church and school of which Rev Thomas York s the pastor The euchre and lotto games will begin at 3 and 8 oclock md 100 prizes will be given away i feature will be the grand chorus of3QQ children and a fluo musical I irogramme The ladles will serveII an excellent summer supper and in Addition coffee sandwiches and other I refreshments The admission fee IsII only ten cents and for the ticket elders there Are twenty valuable Sizes to be awarded FONTAINE FERRYS OFFERING Next weeks vaudeville bill at ontalne Ferry will be headed by I fcladon heralded as the greatest naglcn since the days of the elder I lerrmann Other attractions will III I- be found lit Butler andBaflSett1I hampldi Ice skaters John R Oar don iCo in a comedy sketch What Would You Do Columbia Comedy tyur singers ndfllMakUAlA- rthur Rlgby the favorite inlntotrel JIuel Spentfer a pretty youag j erWl111Jet1M sew topel MkOs wttb Gents bead r tJ T J rat u n o r eft- r taw t f 1SQCIti i TLLt TOiL 04A6ADIVISION 1 Meets at TaU City flail on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh 1Re1 2129 Portland avenue I TreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller SentinelDavid Whelan- DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market PresidentC J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJno J Kcaney 1607 Dumesnll street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur phYSentlnelUlam Nash- DIVISION oJ 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas Jc Uevens Financial Secretary John G Hes sion 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArmsJames P Stev ens DIVISION 1 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hcnnessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J Langan 732 West Oak Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly Recording Secretary John J WlnnTreasurerllarryBrady SergeantatArms William Callas han Outside Sentinel Michael McDer nott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIULE Ieets on the First and Third Tues days at Plans Hall President J G Cole Vice President J B Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc body Financial SecretaryJ E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll FlahertyInside Y JVtoI MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Beets Monday Evenings at ClubI House 344 North Twentysixth KenneyFirst J A CasperSecond Vice President Sherley JuniffRecording Secretary Robert Os orne Corresponding Secretary William i10 Link Ii- J Financial becpsitaryFrank 0 4damsTreasurerDan WeberI IlreasurerDanI I G Wobben Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart ST FRANCES OF ROME IIFOR The congregation of St Frances of Rome church will give a lawn fete on the church grounds on the after noons and evenings of Wednesdayr and Thursday August 3 and 4 Euchre games will be called at 230I oclock Irr the afternoon An appetiz Irg luncheon will be served from GI until 8 oclock This will enable the players to remain for the evening games and other amusements A goodl time is promised all who attend The proceeds of the lawn fete will bo devoted to enlarging and improving the parochial school building TheI management of the fete is in the hands of the following committee Charles F Breckel T H Merlmee Elmore Sherman George F Martin Peter Helm B W Obermeler Mrs J X Kessack W J Wobb Dr Mehler J D Baldez and Misses Min nie Wiest Mary Shockency and Rosa Shea PALLS CITY GIIA3EPIOXSHIP The game tomorrow between the Portland and Glehwood clubs at ortland Park is the first of a three ornored series between the above named two and the Butchertown earn for the much disputed cham ilpnshlp of the three Falls Cities and botoh teams will endeavor to get off with a flying start by winning the ipenlng contest All three teams ave a host of followers and rooters who believe their favorite is the best and an abundance of rooting will be beard at these games CaVt Harry Latty of Portland will use Doherty and Brady for his battery while Ramsey and Vetter will work for rleuwood aiAOKIX COUNCIL Macktn Councils meeting room was thronged Monday night and there was great enthusiasm when the Back to Town Committee turned ivbr 1000 cash and reported that there was still more to come Four members wero reported on the sick list but none are in serious conca lon President Kenney presided and1 a number of encouraging reports were received The undertaking to provide a memorial window for StI Cecilias church is pushed and it Is expected the fawn fete will realize he fund that Is lacking COUNTRY FETE Th country Members of 5tIGeorges congregation will give a lawn fete for the benefit of the new church building f Ddat the rest enee of William A Janslng on the vlgRtenthetreetJIOdabout three lock from the city limits next T ueedar eTR4 K They wish to into Mkelr frttwk u well as all riMuU of tke parteh tothia festival wJek1rtnba rss11yI enjoyable at tr S Ji fJffIfA f L x IRELAND i card of the fleet ImporUat e1 the Recent Events Culled Pr nJExchnrll James McCullagh J P of Gla a lough County Monaghan left a personal estate of over 60000 Reports show that tho potato has made Its appearance In a great many districts In the west of IrelandThe continuous rains have injure crops In the Ardee district and in St Marys church prayers were offered for favorable weather Rev J Lennon of Togher has been appointed to Termonfectyn In place of Father 3ogarty who has been transferred to Ardee At the last meeting of the Castleba Urban Council the Cleric M P Daly was formally reinstated in his poe tion after a suspension of six months Q H Shannon of Birr has been appointed Resident Magistrate to be stationed at Dundalk succeeding the Honlfr de Vere Pery transferrei to WicklowA named iPras Murphy of Monaghan whqattempted to commit suicide by throwing himself Into the canal has been declared Insane and committed to the asylum Joseph Carroll the well known Newry solicitor has been appointed a Resident Magistrate by the Lord Lieutenant He is a Catholic and ia Nationalist highly respected by an classes in South Down John Carmody R D C Llstowel has been sentenced to three months imprisonment in default of finding ball for threatening his brotherln law John Dlllane with serious In- Jury He went to Jail Much regret followed news of tnb death of Bernard Duffy an old and respected resident of the Lour Eglsh district He was a near rela tine of the laTe Owen Duffy champlo hammer thrower of the world Hugh Hardy one of the best known residents of Castleblaney who tor many years carried on business on York street is dead after a lingering Illness His funeral was one of the largest seen there for some time Thirtysix tenants have been re- Instated or provided with new hold- Ings in County Cavan since the passage of the evicted tenants ad and free grants amounting to about 21000 have been sanctioned 1In thirtyfour cases The body of Anne Agnew wife + of a Drumacavoy farmer was found I1In a drain at Kalians Deceased had been to the market in Carrlckma cross and It appears she missed ber footing and fell from a little brIdge that spanned the drain Deep regret was occasioned among a wide clrclo of friends by the death In his fortysixth year of Thorns Fitzgerald J P which occurred re Gently at his residence Mallardstown County Kilkenny Deceased was the second son of the late James Fitzgerald at one time Coroner for North Kilkenny The Most Rev Dr Healy has pro rooted the Very Rev Canon Thorns F Macken of Tuam to the pastors charge of Dunmore in room of the late Very Rev Canon Lynskey Canon Macken is one of the most learned and accomplished priests of the arch diocese of Tuam and his appoint ment to such an important parish la a- very popular one Edward Coleman a young carpenter and native of Channonrock near Inniakeen was drowned In Cor ball and lake near Smlthborough County Monaghan He had gone Lo bathe and must have been seized With a cramp Great sympathy was felt for the parents and the funeral was the largest seen in that part yearslNews of appointment Very Rev Dr FInnegan of BaTIlnamore VIcar Capitular of the Diocese to the See of Kllmore in room of the late Most Rev Dr Boylan was received with great gratification throughou the diocese where he has spent hjs entire ministerial career He is held in the highest esteem by all sections of the community by reason of his genial disposition his Interest In everything tending towards the wel fare of the people and his sterling Christian character AICrriM OF ACCIDENT The Shelbyvllle community Is mourning the death of Cornelius J Sullivan who died on Thursday of last week Death resulted from lock- Jaw which developed after he had stepped on a rusty nail The de ceased was fortythree years old and had been a resident of Shelbyvllle since boyhood He was held in high esteem there and had served the city as City Engineer and as Chief of Police He is survived by his wife who was Miss Mayme Duborg and six children Three slitter also survive They are Mrs Edward D Bhinnick of Shelbyville Mrs G A Lee of Middlotown and Mrs John McClusky of Cumberland Md His funeral took place from the Church of the Annunciation on Sat urday The Rev Father John H Rlley celebrated the requiem mass and preached the sermon in which lie paid fitting tribute to the worth of the deceased ItIVERvtEw Rlvervfow Park natures beauty spot will start tomorrow what should rove ono of the most interesting vfijeks of its season With a striking audevllle and the popular park band concerts a leasing feature Will be he appearance of Miss Edna Whistler the Ixmisvllle soloist who bas been received everywhere with high favor Added to the numerous attrac lona will be James M Tynell the rlsh swimming champion who will give daily exhibitions In the new poor DEPTli OP OCEAN The greatest depth of the Atlantic oceania 27386 feet while that of he Pacific U 30000 lest TJw At antle has an area of 24ilt890 quare Mile sad the PaeIAe JOu i i00 square wilee t 0- s4 4 u o c 0 r 7taFn NNlNNNNN1Hi O Ih for Your Furniture Want 1I WANT YOUR TRADE l1 I IIMy stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street I BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE IH McKenna Distiller Fairfield HY Il IlForI the FILTERED WATER I III I1 I 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