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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN C 4 VOLUME XXVNO LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST G 1910 PRICE FIVE CEN I IIn BLAME For Clash With the Vatican Best Upon Spanish Prouder I His Progamme Was Not Ar ranged With the Ilotieof Accord No Power Cnn Make People Break With Holy seeII WHAT BISHOP OCONNELL SAID I The Associated Press which is i not always reliable states that not withstanding the extremely strained relations between the Vatican and the Spanish Government tho recall of Marquis de OJeda the Spanish Ambassador to the Vatican caused a sensation In Rome Tho Vatican InlI semiofficial communication says that the recall of the Ambassa dor proves that the programme of Senor Canalejas the Spanish Pre mier was not arranged with the hope of accord but with a desire for fight He will have his fight the communication adds I Bishop Dennis OConnell of San Francisco and at one time rector of the Catholic University who was visiting Cardinal Gibbons at Baltimore last Saturday Intimated that the present crisis between Spain and the Vatican will end when Senor I I Canalejas goes out of office The Bishop In saidII tions long negotiations arc necesr sary and each phase of the proposed settlement is thoroughly threshed I out But tho method of negotiations used may vary A Premier whose term of office may be uncertain gets Impatient and disregards the cus tomary methods of settling disputes The Holy See Is never hasty and never yields to the impatience of a 1 Premier and it is not within the power of the latter to modify an agreement to suit his pleasure In international relations there is a code which must always be regarded For Instance if I received a caller brusquely and showed him any dls J courtesy he would be perfectly justified In leaving So It is In relations of a higher sort There is a coda ofvert+ petBOna1i ntact and if this is disregarded J1msagreementBishop OCohnell was asked 11Thenl ferences which developed In the pros 1- ent state Is attributable to the inherent disadvantages of the character fPremierI have said leads him to be im patient Tho Bishops reply to this was a a hearty laugh And he continued It is generally understood that when a new treaty is in process of forma j tion the old one stands until the new one is completed There are ethics in international relations as well as In personal ones When asked about the possibility of violence which the dispatches gducllonproItender1 I fronts the church The people are still profoundly Catholic ho said and no power on earth can make them break with the Holy See They are still loyal and will be loyal 101he Vatican Sometimes It happens that the peo pie can express their views more openly and directly to the church at Rome and be close to It without a third party to Intervene The third party the diplomatic representative Is there in the interests of the Cab Inet and in a number of cases he does not voice the interests of the i whole people Now that the Premier i has spoken he will have to look out for himself as the people are loyal to the church I The clash In no wise affects the Teal relation existing between the people and the church Thus it is only the external relations whicnPI have been broken by the recall by 1 bythe1 Papal Nuncio at Madrid The population I of Spain Is overwhelmingly 1c Catholic and I think that tho people are loyal and united in their devo tion to the church of Rome ARCHBISHOP ON COMMISSION Gov Hadley of Missouri has ap pointed Archbishop Glennon of St Louis to head a commission of fif teen ripen and women to make nn ox Tiaustlvo Investigation of tuberculosis in that State This conunls slon will begin its work at once so flndhjgstLegislatureCLIFF HAVEN The attendance at the Cliff Haven Catholic Summer School has been large the weather most ideal this week aBd everything points to a fine August crowd and by reason of the Eucharistic Congress at Montreal1 an unusual number will enjoy the beautiful September days The Week has been marked by most be flttlng exercises participated In by the Rev J H ORourke S J Rev William Turner D D Rev D J Hickey and rIJtOlT T Wllklnion The in education given by the prouwori of the Catk die teattrMtU5 u large attention and attendance as does also tho song recitals of Miss Bertho Clary The annual grand concert which takes place this even Ing under the management of Ber nard Sullivan will boone of the most notable musical events of recent years MEAT CROWD Of Hibernians Will Attend Division 1s Coming Outing Next Wednesday will be Irlsh American day at Fontaine Ferry Park The outing will be given under the auspices of Division 1 and every Hibernian and every member of the Ladles Auxiliary are expected to be present All preliminary ar rangements have been made for the proper reception and entertainment of the thousands of guests expected HlberI most optimistic of the success of the coming outing Irish music Irish vaudeville Irish moving pictures and Irish dances will be the order of the day Divis ion 1 13 now neatly forty years old ani its friends are legion Like all Hibernians the members of Division 1 seek to prevent the bodies of their comrades from lying in unhallowed graves to cheer the widow and sup port the orphan and to encourage and foster a love for Ireland and Irish history Among the tried and true members of Division 1 are President Thomas Walsh Treasurer Thomas Keenan Thomas Dolan Officer Thomas Fitz gibbons William J Norton James Kllkolly Martin J Cusick William RyanJohn WINCHESTER Corner Stone Laid ror the JosephsI With impressive ceremonies and In the presence of a vast throng of People the Right Rev Bishop foes laid the cornerstone of the hand some now St Josephs church at Winchester of which the Rev Her bert Hlllenmover Is the pastor last Sunday afternoon Assisting the Bishop were visiting priests from SterlingGeorgEtown places and special titilns were run from Lexington the birthplace of Father Hlllonmoyer and Covlngton where thefirst years ofhlsprlesUl lido ty6io SP PSeSerri was by Chancellor James L of Covington and was Go most and eloquent effort The ladles of St Josephs cared for all n the Opera House block and on the grounds with that hospitality for which the Clark county capital is Winchester is one of the most progressive cities of the Bluegrass belt with an everIncreasing population large element of which s Catholic Its churches schools and other pub lic buildings would do credit to larger towns The little old frame church which had served the congregation of St Joseph had long outlived Its day and it is a matter of congratulation that It will be replaced by the handsome new one which Father Hillenmeyer and his people are building LEADERS Who Will Address United Irish Societies at Chicago Announcement has been made by President Lawrence Buckley of the United Irish Societies of Chicago that Capt Edward OMeara Condon the noted Manchester hero of 18C7 will be the principal speaker at the annual celebration ol the IrlshI American organizations of that city on August 14 at Brands Park This is one of the great events of the yearn the Windy City and the fact that the next Hibernian national convention is to be held there will give it Inn added impetus Other speakers- at the celebration will be the Very Rev M J McHugh President of St Jarlaths College Ireland Albert W May of Chicago and the Rev F L Reynolds pastor of Queen of Angels church who will preside For the field events there will be many prizes and the entries already Include nearly ill the great athletes- of the country SUPREME PRESIDENT COMING F P Leonard of St Louis Su premo President of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America Is expected to arrive in Louisville on Sunday August 21 and It has been suggested that tho Advisory Com mittee and the heads of the various branches of the order arrange for a welcome meeting in honor of the chief executive President Leonard has been an earnest worker for the Knights and Ladies and it is his purpose to increase the membership everywhere The Falls City branches will doubtless be awake to theTra portance of this visit from their head MRS KASTS DEATH I Mrs Margaret Kast a highly re1 Bpected resident of the West End died at her home 2914 Greenwood avenue early Tuesday morning The deceased was sixtyone years old and had been a lifelong member of at I Marys church and her funeral took plaelrels that lulrelt pn Thursday morning TkedeeeaMd wasx alter tf Mrs Andrew KMt Hr liMOS e ike codas f wrrow to mtairifrVwidiiU 1C n 0Vi rn 1 f ASSUMPTION i i1 j Or Ladyday Will Be Observed at Cathedral With Solemnity DueII III Commemorates the Transmission ol Blessed Virgin In to Heaven Fecst Has Been Celebrated Since Very Early Chris tine Ages II t I GREAT HOLYDAY OF OBLIGATION I Monday August 16 will be the feast of the Assumption and conse quently a holy day of obligation It has been set apart by tho church to commemorate the assumption Into heaven of tho body of Mary the immaculate mother of God after her death It is moreover the titular i i feast of the diocesan Cathedral As It will be a holy day of obligation II all Catholics are bound to hear mass IIThetion at the Cathedral have not been completed but It is probable that Bishop ODonaghue will celebrate Pontifical high mass unless other duties intervene It is not qulto certain where the Blessed Virgin died but the common t tradition of the church represents her as having been buried In Jerusalem where her empty tomb t was shown to pilgrims In the seventh century In any case It is certain IexemptionI actual did not prevent her paying 1 this common debt of humanity Still although the Blessed Virgin tasted of death her body was preserved from corruption and It was united to her soul in the kingdom of heaven The church signifies her belief in this fact by celebrating the feast of her assumption annually on August 15 There Is no distinct assertion of the corporal assumption I In the corporal prayers of thefeast j enIIcouragesfrom the fact that she selects for the lessons during the octave a passage j from St John Damascene in which the history of this corporal assump tion is given in detail This pious rrhYacltAwwllttrinsic f Is natural to suppose that our Lord i did not suffer that sacred body In which He had dwelt and from which He had formed his own sacred hu manity to become a prey to corrup tion The corporal assumption of the Blessed Virgin Is not an article of faith but the general teaching of theologians is that the denial of the Blessed Virgins assumption Into 1 heaven though by no means con a trary to the faith is still so much opposed to the common agreement of the church that it would be a mark of insolent temerity The feast of the Assumption has been role brated since tho sixth century The Louisville Cathedral Is dedi Assumption pened that the chief events connected with Its building occurred on feasts hubscription the feast of the Annunciation The digging of the foundation was begun on the feast of the Visitation The cornerstone was laid on the feast of the Assumption and the dedication HolYRosary LOYAL FRIENDS Remember the Birthday of Andy Kast and His Son Monday was the anniversary of the birth of Andy Kant Superin tendent of Sewers and Drains Neyer mind how old he Is That Is pat of his secret It was also the birthday of his son Allen Kast and their family and friends saw that the forgottenThe sonted him witha handsome leather Dad13rsettleverhlll Kline Queenan Cowherd McCullough Newman Collins Higgins 1 Garvey Knoop and Davern In the evening a number of his Irish German and American friends j surprised Andy with an Informal visit but the supper served by Mrs Kast showed that she was allvo to s partythatI j JeffBannon I AndySchwaband Val Kast Their Joint gift was I a mammoth silver trimmed tray and I silver trimmed glasses lIrKastalso received a diamond stud as theigift of his wife and daughters Many other presents were received by Mr Kast during the day JIOAIU IOn Till AUUU St Theresas Home for the Aged wellknownopeninglastwas present and blessed the building and Attorney Fitzgerald made a few isbeingaf d by pmmlaiitt Catholics men and women The house tu fourteen reomr thrhltssiy paotouf and u IIit r- Cs the interior Is beautiful like many old homes about tile Queen City The ofiotta Gibsons home Already there is quite a list of Applicants DOMl ICS DAY IST Patron of the Rosary Will Be Honored With- Solemnity Thursday was tie feast of St Dominic In the Cdtholio church cal endar but the solemnity of the feast will be observed at St Louis Bor trand church tomorrow The Rev Father Richard wurth O F M pastor of St Boniface church will officiate at the solemn high mass at 1030 oclock ahd win be assisted by other members ot tho Franciscan order J The panegyric of St Dominic the Illustrious patron of the Holy Rosary will be preached by the Very Rev James Po Cronin Vicar General Many other clergy of the city have been Inv ted to attend St Dominics day is always a great occasion In the annals of St Louis Bertrand parish ajid the celebration this year promise to eclipse all others 1 BELL YUE IiReady For Voting Mens Instltutcj Grand Council Sheridan Phil znncil and the citizens of Bellovue have made ex tensive arrangemer ts for the entertainment of the thirteenth Grand Council of the Y ung Mens Insti tute Kentucky Ju ledlctlon which will be in session there the first three days of nextj week Bellevue people will decorate the town In of the visitors and invitations have been extended the councils rep resented at the convention to be present at all thef exercises The programme for thef three days Is an Interesting one and Includes a visit to tho parks and rgsorts about Cln dnnaU trolley rids through the Kentucky suburbs reception at Balkes Opera and ball and on Tuesday Hole a banquet at Wahles Hall- Following Sunday morn ing the delegates nd visitors will register at Phil lerldan Council rooms and reo lve their hedges The convention wl t be formally opened Monday nw fag with a high mass at St Anthow 8 church and the sessions wily lheld In the IJLeBentatlves who will be accompanied- by a big delegation of members The committee that arranged the pro gramme Is composed of Messrs Edwin Trlmbur John Hils Jr Henry Bezold Harry TIeman Al Fredricks and exMayor Joseph A Cassidy Phil Sheridan Council Is at present In a more prosperous and flour ishing condition than It has enjoyed since Its organization and is on the lookout for a suitable location for permanent home of Its own RECENT DEATHS Miss Ada B Lochner twentysix years old the daughter of Mr and Mrs Bernard Lochner died at her home 324 East Kentucky street last Sunday morning The deceased was admired by all who knew her and her death is generally regretted The funeral took place from St Pauls church on Tuesday morning and was largely attended The funeral of Gilbert Lee Rose the sevenyearold son of Charles and Magdal6he Rose 1354 South Fldoyd street took place Monday morning from St Philip Neris church and the large number pres ent attested the sympathy felt for the bereaved parents Rev Father Ackermann D C L was the celebrant of the mass and preached a sermon that deeply impressed those present The funeral of William J Stephens took place from St Louis Bertrand church on Tuesday mon Ing Many sorrowing friends Including representatives from each of the fire companies attended the obsequies Mr Stephens was sixty eight years old and for the past thirtyfive years he had been the chief operator in the Loulstlllo fire department IJe Is survived by his wife and two children Miss Mabel and Clarence Stephens DANGER POINT PASSED Bernard P Mulloy tho New Al bany coffee merchant who for several days was in a precarious condition the result of being kicked in the face by a horse is now out of danger and resting easy at his home in the country Mr Mulloy sustained concussion of the brain and for a time was unconscious nnd it was also feared he would lose the sight of his right eye His physicians have stated that the eye would be saved and that he will now improve steadily and the favorable hews will be welcomed by his many friends in Louisville as well as in New Albany DEDICATES CHURCH The tfew Church of Our Holy Redeemer at Chapeze Nelson county was dedicated by the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue last Sun day His assistants were the Rev Fathers Charles P Raffo John Davis John Gaataldl and Eugene personsfrom LuncheonleasHitherto mass kM bean oelebrated Im taItkfalCaustic nr- U r 0 7rb t fYT L HOME RULE For Ireland Now Thpugiit to Bb Growing Nearer Hourly Events Since Roosevelts Ad vice to King Presage Its Conning Secrets ot the Coulcrcnco of Leaders Are Well Kept HOW YOUNG TORIES STAND Cabling from London the New York Worlds correspondent declares that whether the conferences between the Government and opposi tion leaders evolve home rule or not there is no doubt that the Influences set In motion by Theodore Roosevelt are operating strongly toward settling this great problem The Worlds dispatches told that at a confidential Interview Theodore Roosevelt advised King George that a measure of self government In Ireland would range the United States alongside Great Britain In any crisis The King urged this advice on the leaders of both great parties and In conse quence the conference of which Premier Asquith and Balfour the leader of the opposition are members has been discussing not the Lords veto as has been generally supposed but home rule Since the publishing of this exclusive Informa tion several significant events have shown which way the wind Is blow ingIrish Secretary Birrell addressing the Eighty Club composed of younger Liberals told them they probably are nearer than any of them imagines to a settlement home rule by which each of ofI three kingdoms will have charge of Its own local affairs Birrell representing Ireland and her demands is a member of the conference of lead ers which still continues and every one has connected this declaration of his with what has been going on behind the doors of the conference The Dally Express hitherto a fero cious opponent of home rule came out with a strongly sympathetic pronouncement which largely para brase th 1 lEITiplJflJeareJl g a 1 ti Jt influential leader of political thought but it could have plunged for home rule only on knowledge from inside sources that a mo mentous development hi that dlrec tion impends I But most significant of all is the tenor of the talk among tho Tories in j the House of Commons lobbies The younger TorIesand a good many pfII the older onesare weary of being tied to the coat tails of the Ulster Orangemen Moreover many Tories are convinced that the cry The Union is in danger will never again rally the country to the polls to vote the Tory ticket Furthermore the Tories fear they can not hope to ac quire control of the Imperial Parlia ment so that they can further tariff reform until the Irish members have atIhomeI whose name wpuld command respectIi I everywhere if he permitted here said to the It would correspondentII tion If I told you especially those younger school who have come to me to say they would accept home rule now It Is the most remarkable change in political sentiment that I have known in my time and It is the healthiest for It Is spontaneous It remains now only for the conference to show why there should be home rule and the Irish question will be settled at last I have never known a political secret to be better kept than that of the conferences doings It Is dif ficult to believe that the members of the conference are indifferent to the Influences now working In the Tory party Perhaps your prediction that one of King Georges first acts after his coronation may be to open the Irish Parliament in College Green Dublin may not prove as far fetched as It may seem to those not In the know It is significant too that during the debates on the Kings civil list this week the Irish members rejected all overtures from the Radicals and Laborites to Join them In trying to cut down the Kings allowance King George will announce shortly that j he and the Queen will visit Ireland next year It the home rule move ment receives no check before then King George will receive asgrat a reception in Ireland as his father did SUPREME SPIRITUAL DIRECTOR- In response to the invitation of Supreme President Gaudin and the officers of the Catholic Knights of America the Most Rev John J Glennon Archbishop of St Louis has consented to again be the Spir itual Director of this great order This is an honor which the Catholic Knights must prize highly because It emphasizes the good will that His Grace bears toward their order DROPSY PROVES FATAL Ms Margaret Ford a highly re spected resident of Jeffersonvllle died at tier home 706 Sixth street on Friday night oflastweekSJte deathreeuitdfrom agobttt1OOrII r Q r than forty years She is survived by one daughter Mrs Edward Tracy and two sons exCouncilman Lawrence and William Ford Her funeral took place from St Augustines church on Monday morning and Father John OConnor paid a fitting tribute to the faith and fidelity of Mrs 1 Ford I GLAD HEARTS Homecoming Day Largely Attended at St Johns Pilgrims from all over Louisville and Jefferson county some even from New Albany and Jeffersonville were at St Johns church last Sun day to assist at Father Francis OConnors first high mass It was a veritable home coming for St Johns parish Not only were many old parishioners there but the oft cers of the mass and the acolytes were St Johns boys The mass was solemn high with the Rev Father Francis OConnor as celebrant the I Rev Father John Kalahor as deacon and Rev Father Michael Melody as I JohnIstudyingtQrDr George W Schuhmann pastor of St Johns was master of ceremonies t sermont anni versary of Father Schuhmanns first mass so that the occasion was LucyOConnorpriest Christopher Charley Robjert Dr Bernard and Alex j his brothers his sisters and numerous nieces and nephews occupied pews In the front of the center aisle An augmented choir under tho di sangtheOConnorImpartedassembled After the mass many old friends remained outside the church until Father OConnor ap abouthimcongratulations I EDWARD MACKEY Talks Interestingly on Life In IIngtonII I II Not for some time has there been InterestIng Monday1trtAftetftU7J M andPatrickI tho sick list were reported almost entirely recovered announcement arrangementhaddown the river on August 29 when Division 3 will have a real pleasure trip for its friends I I Attorney Edward J Mackey who had spent a number of years InlWashington as the Secrcatry of Congressman Sherley was warmly geoted when he was Introduced to deliver an address on life in the na tional capital For thirty minutes ho spoke on his observations and experi ences which were many and was en 1Ir1MackeyI lights on Washington city life andjj was at times eloquent in his word pictures of many of the leading 11Captj I ciplent of many congratulations on the strength and valor of his tugof war team which was again victorious at the County Board outing and still holds the I championshipII DUMB FROM JOYII I Sight of Son Causes Irish Mother to Lose Her Speech Joy over the sight of her son caused Mrs Sarah Ann Haggerty to sustain partial paralysis when she landed at Boston on Wednesday Mrs Haggerty Is seventy years old and until a few weeks ago resided In Londonderry Ireland She came to America to make her home with I her son James Haggerty a resident of Pawtucket R I i The son was waiting on the dock when the steamer came in She recognized him from the deck of the vessel and they exchanged greetings i at that distance A few minutes later they were clasped in each otners arms but the vocal chords of the Joyful mother were paralyzed Physicians who have been attending her believe that the paralysis is of only a temporary nature SUMMER jj WEDDrNitI t1 One of the prettiest and most interesting of tho many summer wed j dings was witnessed by a large gathering of friends and relatives at 6 oclock Tuesday morning at St Johns church when Attorney Jo seph E Conkling led to the altar Miss Ida B Pilson and Rev George W Schuhmann D D celebrated the nuptial mass and united the happy pair in the holy bonds of matrimony The bride looked lovely In a white marquisette gown draped over mes fiaUnq satin with the conventional tulle veil She was attended by Miss NellieIConklinglingerie gowns green sashes and white picture hats Roucoe Conkling and Thomas Courtenay were the groomsmen After the wedding bridesmotherrNew Mexico They will retina Sep1i tuber 1 aad he at home at 1 Wok Oak street 51124II 0- L iI b t GALWAY Noted County in ConnaugntHas Many Children in Kentucky Beautiful Bays and Harbors Are Nevore ding Glories to Ireland Fertile Fields and Dreary lUoj r rasses Fight Ever For Supremacy SOME ANCIENT CHURCH RUINS Galway is one of the most noted counties in the Province of Con naught and there are many natives r of Galway in Louisville From the Eyrecourtin f west the county is ninetyfour miles long from the boundary south ct Gort to Ballymoe Iit Is llfjtythrf miles broad It has an area ul 2462 miles and a population of 240000 The county takes its namo from the river now called the Cor rib but which in ancient days was called the Gailloamh pronounced riverj of Lough Oorrlb about onethird of the entire county is nearly all lakes mountains and moorland The southern border including a good part of the baronies of Loughrea and Loltrim Is also mountainous and west of this In the baronies of Klltartan and Dunkellln there Is much rugged rocky surface a con tinuation to the north of the Barren Hills in Clare The eastern part of the county Is comparatively level Galwayhastile land but a deal of dreary bog and morass The Twelve Pins In the barony of Ballynahlnch form the finest mountain range in Galway and ono of the finest in Ireland They form overtopIconical lakes Benboum and Bencorr are 2395 feet and 2336 feet high respectively East of the Twelve Pins is the Joyce Country a region of bare limestone mountains Tho Partry mountains run for some dis tance on the boundary between Gal Kl11a11barboThe coast from Klllary harbor all the way round to Cashla Bay is an interminable complication of bays Inlets creeks islands peninsulas and headlands from Cashla Bay to Galway Is a stretch of shorn almost unbroken east of this several small Inlets indent the land from tho head lof Galway Bay The coast of Bally aahlnch Is skirted with innumerable Islands and sea rocks On the south of the barony are the Aran Islands sheltering Galway Bay on the west consisting of three chief Islands Inishmore Inishmaan and Inlshcer and the little group of the Brannock Islands at the western extremity of Inlshmore North of Inlshmoro is Gorumna which is four and a half miles long Near it is Lettermullan and Letter more West of this is St Macdaras Island held In great veneration In honor of the old patron St Macdara and containing the ruins of his prim itive church near it Is Croaghna heola One of the Islands in Lough Corrlb belonging to Galway Is Inchagolll which contains the head stone of Lugnat a nephew of St Patrick and the oldest Inscribed Christian monument In Ireland St Camln founded a monastery on Inls caltra or Holy Island In the seventh century It became one of the great ecclesiastical centers and the Island now has a most Interesting group of ruins which Includes a round tower and several churches that date back to the time of Brian Born The beautiful River Shannon bound Galway on the east and southeast for forty miles or more Other well known streams In Galway are the Corrlb the Cregg and the Balanabrock All are noted for their beautiful scenery Galway the assize town has a population of 150 00 Other noted tbwns In the county are Menlough Klnvarra Portumna Eyrecourt Balllnasloei Gort Athenry Lough rea Tuam Dunmore and Headford The Rev Father John J Fits gerald pastor of St Leos church Highland Park Iitf a Galway man Other residents of Louisville that had Galway as their native county are Mrs Kate Fitzgerald and her sis ter Miss Molly Tyrell of West Walnut street Mrs Catherine Bradley of Garden street Mrs Mary Mc Nally Miss Agnes McCann Mrs Delta Lucas and Mrs Ellen Welsh MINOR CONVENTUALS CHAPTER The Very Rev Father Leo Greullch former pastor of St Anthonys church and now Pro vincial of the Minor Convent als In the United States sailed for Rome lost Saturday With him were RejV Fathers Hyacinth and Henry Tney have gone to attend the jjjjneral chapter of the Order of Minor Con ventuals which convenes In Rome pa August 23At that gathering anew General of the order Is to be elected but It is probable that the Very Rev Dominic Reuter of Albany will D succeed himself as General TEXAS AND ALASKA G a StatutiChkiago to the Gulf of iffmico or I xuIJIoN u Pprtipn f 4 r rijpt Mfissirig 1jIII ii- 11- t iEJrn I KENfUOKY I IERIO KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftNrte- votri te the Serial art Menu AdvMce weiit el Irish Amerlctw and Cithellcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRlNTiNQ CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc 6eterelet the LouUvlII Poitofflc al 8eoadCUfUtUf Agreea all CHlcaHut lie KENTUCKY IRISH AMER1CAN3192I West Oren St LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY AUGUST 6 1910 o THREATENING EVILS Last weel the Kentucky Irish American called attention to Cardinal Gibbons warning anent divorces and now It desires to echo his advlco to young men In thts advice are words of wisdom for tho old man as well as the young man He says In part Let more young men of educa tion and virtuous Ideals give themselves to the public service aril if they do so with clean hearts and hands tho pregnant evils of govern 1 ment must be eliminated In serving your country you aro serving God I have preached this illand written It again and again The better class of our citizens too often stand aloof from practical politics and the conduct of campaigns One result of universal suffrage lIs that elections very frequently turn upon the votes of that large class made J up by the rougher and baser sort As I have written In Our Christian Heritage to influence and organize this vote Is the dirty work of politics Gentlemen naturally shrink from It Hence It has gotten for the most part with the general political machinery Into unreputabl hands and from these hands Issue the election frauds which thicken in the great cities and gravely endanger our Institutions The ballot Is the ready and potent Instrument which registers the will of a free people for their own government and tho violation of Its purity leads directly to the point where there la either loss of liberty or revolution to restore It The privilege of voting is not an Inherent or Inalienable right but ft solemn and sacred trust to be used In strict accordance with the Intentions of the authority from which It emanates When a citizen exercises Ills honest judgment In casting his vote for the most acceptable candidate or for a measure that will best subserve the Interests of the community he Is making a legitimate use of the prerogatives confided to him But when he sells or barters his vote and disposes of a it to the highest bidder like u merchantable commodity he Is clearly violating his trust and degrading his citizenship Tho enormity of this offense may be readily perceived by pushing It to its logical consequences If one may sell his vote so may the multitude Once the purchase of votes Is tolerated or condoned or connived at the obvious result Is that the right of suffrage will become a mere farce money and not merit will be the test of success and the election will be determined not by tho per sonal fitness and Integrity of the candidate but by the Ifgth of his purseWe can see evidences of this bribery and corruption all around us Corruption at elections is a crime of which both Republican and Democratic parties are guilty If the country is to be preserved the purity of the ballot must be secured Cardinal Gibbons has told old truths in a now and forcible way PROVED InS WORTH The capture of Joseph Wendllng the alleged murderer of Alma Kellnor by Capt John P Carney r aunt a chase of more than two months and on a Journey qf more than 11000 miles reflects credit on the police force of Louisville the entire city administration and on Capt Carney The fact that Wendling was captured is by no means conclusive of his guilt but th t he ran away will militate against him even with those who have believed In his innocence Enemies of the administration made all manner of fun of Capt Carney when ho apparently disappeared from the earth Despite the knocks and the calumnies he pursued his quest Indefatigably Capt Carney eventually got his man Had he stopped to answer knockers or tp refute his calumniators his quarry would have gotten away Capt Carney Is not that kind of a man Brass band detective work Is tftit in his line Ease quam vldere la hie motto li is to be hoped thatn WandlVng will have a speedy and fair trIRiand that the mystery will 80on1leH eleared Capt Carney t tlltltIieaUlpeet Indefatigably and he bM the stamina to follow the mystery to a1 succesatulsolution BOM BIDDJCN PARTYH 1 The Repnfcueanis of Louisville sari fferson county propose to hold A ke convention on d7 AveuBt Even the thoughtful R fBlJ Bs see that the convention will be only I la makebellevo affair The candidates for Congress and Judge of the Court of Appeals have already been settled upon by a few men that have arrogated to themselves the title of leaders The delegates arbitrarily chosen will not In any sense repre sent the voters but must perforcj do the bidding of machine bosses The Louisville Herald the only real Republican organ in Louisville has served noticeon the bosses that they are going too far and protests against snapJudgment politics But the protest has fallen upon deaf ears The machine bosses have determined upon a line of action and nothing short of a miracle will interfere An old line Republican Is to to nom recreantIDemocrat for Judge of tho Court ofI AppealsLet them go ahead The real Republicans will have nothing to do with this ticket They will prefer not to vote at all and so much the better for Hon Swagar Sherley and Judge Shackelford Miller There are many honest Repub licans who would prefer to see clean I andIcandidates OUTLOOK FOR IRELAND Hon T P OConnor M P Chairman of the United Irish League of Great Britain takes a cheerful view of the outlook for Ireland A reason for this is that the Irish party is still master of the situation It can ho declares pass or reject the budget and if the conference proceedings become obviously dis honest the party would destroyboth the budget and the Government The present prospect then is that by November the conference will propose a compromise and that twill be carried through either In the autumn sitting or next year This compromise will make home rule Inevitable and perhaps even bring It immediately for the opinion grows hour by hour that u settle ment of the English controversy means also the settlement of the Irish problem and the land question It is well known the desire of the King Is to have a contented Ireland and It Is the equally strong desire of all parties to make the coronation a big sendoff for the new reign All will help make the settlement of the Irish problem easier and it now is desired almost equally by all parties COLUMBUS DAY The Catholics of Massachusetts are in earnest in their endeavor to make October 12 a national holiday In honor of the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus They want to make It a big day but these Yankee Catholics also want to make It a safe and sane holidaya holiday that will show love of God and country To this end 40000 men representing the Catholic organiza tions 61 Massachusetts the sailors and marines of both the United States and Italian navies which are expected to be In Boston harbor at the time and the Ninth Regiment MMassachusetts Volunteers will be In the line of march Dignitaries of tho United States and of Italy will ride In the procession in carriages The parade is to be held under direction of the State Council of the Knights of Columbus Among the organizations to participate in the parade will be the Ancient Order of Hibernians the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of the arch diocese of Boston the Holy Name Society which has a branch In every parish In the archdiocese an1 the various French German and Italian Catholic societies of Boston Solemn Pontifical mass will herald the festive day and the sermon will be preached by Archbishop OConnell As a climax to the days celebration there will be a gathering of all nations in the evening when a chorus of 500 men and women will sing patriotic airs and orations will be delivered by prominent citizens New York Philadelphia and other cities are preparing to follow Massachusetts lead The Kentucky councils of the Knights of Columbus willInprogrammes adjournedlastits MMtons until November 11 Many of the members will taka advantage of the THeN for trips ip It AifIIr1lnilr Jr Q will continue to hold conferences on the Lords veto powcr Irish home rule and other leading questions Several of the Irish members will visit the United States during the recess Diplomatic relations between the Vatican and Spain have been broken off according to cable dispatches The trouble seems to be the unholy alliance of Church and State If that is the real trouble the sooner the church Is separated from the State the better It will be for all concerned Meanwhile Catholics everywhere are awaiting official Information from the Vatican Glancing over the personnel of tho delegates to the coming Republican city and county convention one is Impelled to believe that more than 90 per cent of them are good government fellows It looks like good government to see them riding roughshod over the Republican boys In the trenches More Americans have visited Rome this summer than over before This Is shown from the fact that Monsignor Kennedy has averaged fifty requests a day since June 1 for I audiences at the Vatican Verily all roads lead to Rome t SUDDENLY John Coleman Capitalist and Financier Is Called The entire community of Louis I ville irrespective of race or creed lost a staunch citizen in the death of John Coleman who passed away I at his summer home at East Hamp ton L I on Sunday morning His wife and threo sons William C John and Robert Coleman were with I him at the end His daughter Mrs I Walter Clark did not arrive in Lon Island until twelve hours after her fathers death After a requiem lI I mass in the Catholic chapel at East Hampton on Tuesday the remains were placed in a vault There they will remain until autumn when they lI I will be brought to Louisville for in terment I LOUISIvllleI the son of Thomas Coleman an Irish emigrant who came to Louisville early In the preceding century His father amassed a fortune before his l death John Coleman was recognized as one of Louisvilles leading citizens and capitalists Besides his wife and children Mr I Coleman is survived by his brother Thomas Coleman and three sisters One of his sisters Is a nun ROME GOERS Hundreds of IrishAmeri cans Make Pilgrimage to Ireland I I More than 200 IrishAmericans left New York last Saturday on the steamer Arabic of the White Star Line for Ireland They form part of the Irish homegoers that have joined in a continual pilgrimage since May last Among those who sailed were Terence V Powderly former Immigration Commissioner I Major Robert Emmet Uroll Francis J Kilkenny the father of the home going movement and Joseph D SulHvan Secretary of the association that promoted the homegoing II On the eve or sailing Mr Kil kenny said These sailings are proof of the success of the homegoing movement Never before were so many passages booked for Irish ports The movement that we start ed a year and a half ago is now showing results We are looking for tho promotion of the various Industries of Ireland In such a way that the old country may take advantage of the knowledge Which her sons regardtoIt Is our intention to attempt to persuade the farming classes to make use of the various agricultural implements used In this country Most byhandi DIED AT IHS POST locoImotivefreight train was wrecked at Kcs wIck last Saturday EngIneer Everln stuck to his post of duty was burled beneath the debris andII deceased was a son of Mr and Stephen Everih Sr and made his home with his parents at 2917 South Third street Besides his parents he Is survived by two brothers Michael and George W Everln and six sis ters Mrs R P Cochran of East wood Mother Mary Barber of MaggieEBsleThe funeral took place from tho Church of the Holy Name on Monday morning and several hundred en gineers and firemen attended the requiem mass HERO DAVE BURKE David J Burke the grocer at 633 Twentysecond street and former policeman was the hero at an in TuesdayHisStammerman was cooking on a gasoline stove when It exploded Mr InMrsthen turned in a fire alarm Mrs Stammerman was badly burned about thetimelysult might have been fatal FONTAINE FERRY PARK More high claw vaudeville and attractionsatThe popularity et tkli MM resort seaseawaaea J JIJp n R DE WILT MOTOR THINKS 1OU ARE Whilst walking down a crowded city street the other day I heard a little urchin to a comrade turn and say I Say Chlmmy lemmo tell youso Id be happy as a clam I If I only wuz de feller dat mo mud dor tinks I am i She finks I am a wonder an eho knows her little lad Could never mix wit nuthin dat wuz ugly mean or bad Oh lots o times I sit an tlnk how nice twould be gee whiz If a feller wuz de feller dat his mudder tinks he Isl I My friend be yours a life of toll or undiluted Joy You still can learn a lesson from this small unlettered boy I Dont slim to be an earthly saint with eyes fixed on a star Just try to be the fellow that your mother thinks you are wall S Adl- cinSOCIETY I 1 l9eltw Mtutw w7iS w1f1 occupying Miss Minnie Murray is enjoying herself as the guest of friends in New York Miss Florence Rapp left Sunday to spend some time with friends In IndianapolisMr Mrs Thomas M Barry and son are spending a week at White Mills Mrs Walter Brady of Portland has returned from a weeks visit with relatives at Lebanon Margaret jNaughfton and her mother of Indianapolis were here this week visiting frleude IP A Higgins and family arrived last week at White Mills for a sea son of rest and recreation IIrs J Baxter Knemer spent las Webbgand family at Slmpsonville 11Irs William Flood of Eastwood has had as her guest her niece Miss Martha Flood of Slmpsonville ILittle Miss Pauline Whelan has theIIHenry Schwelters and wife left last week for Cincinnati to visit their daughter Mfs Edward Stemmler Mrs Clarence Ryan of South Louisville spent a pleasant week vis iting her parents at Bowling Green 1Miss Florence Lutkemeler of Frankfort will remain here next week visiting friends and relatives Mr and Mrs A1 Kolb and children left Thursday tc spend ten days at Sweet Sulphur Springs near Vclpcn Ind tiMisses Miatle andhoiia Bowling have been enjoying a visit to rela tives at Now Haven and Howards town IRobert Kaltenbacher Chief Deputy i Sheriff midwife left Thursday for a visit to Atlantic City and the East I I Misses Elizabeth Edelen has been I spending a week as the guest of I Miss Beatrice Mahoney at Now Haven I IMrs J H Welch and daughter Miss Katherine of South Louisville have gone to Owensboro to stay until October I1Irs Harry Grobmeyer has re turned to her home at Carrollton after a pleasant visit with friends In this cityII 11IIss Mamie Martin has to her home In the returnedI I an enjoyable visit with friends Frankfort InII Mr and Mrs Charles P Byrne and children and sister Miss Mary Byrne have gone to Atlantic City for a fortnight Col and Mrs Charles P Dehler and Miss Lillian Dehler have gone to Mount Clemens Mich for a pro tracted visit I Miss Katherine McCarthy of 2817 West Kentucky has returned from a visit of several days to friends at ISt 1IatthewsII John McGuire who has been sort ously ill of typhoid fever is reported iaa Improving at his home 2618 Fouth avenue I I IMiss Margaret Fltzglbbons Is in Central City where she will spend the summer with Mr and Mrs George Gordon Miss Bessie Donahue of St Louis J will arrive next week to spend some time as tho guest of Miss Mary Ridge 1213 East Broadway II Misses Alice and Mary Everln of South Louisville are home from a delightful visit to their aunt Mrs R P Cochran at Eastwood Misses Frankie Pulford and Ocr trude Speaker arrived home last week from a delightful trip to Do trolt Niagara Falls and Canada Mr and Mrs P H Callahan and little daughter Miss Edith who have been touring Ireland since May aro expected to arrive home tomorrow Mrs Eugene Polloy and Miss Anna eXItendedI York and other Eastern points interest ofIIII I Misses Lily and Norma Ketran left Tuesday for an extended trip East and before returning will visit Buffalo Niagara Falls and Toronto Canada i The following JPpea jolly party ttt have sae on a ten days trip to Atlaatte OUy MMM Carrie Sebmld Mae Dride W tok TMe eid limp 041 f Mi Hte C D i Wisort Margaret Gatkof Blanche Cord Messrs J Griffith J Nickster George Yennor N McGrath W Quinlan Leland Heady G Heffer nan and H Hansbrough Miss Nona Sullivan of Lafayette Ind and Miss Clara Haley of- I Frankfort are visiting the family of John F Sullivan on East Breckln ridge streetIMiss Marie Driscoll of Blue Rock Springs and Miss Agnes Saffell of Frankfort were last weeK the guests of Jtllss Blanche Price at her home Crescent Hill Mr and Mrs Sam J Dant of Gethsemano and Miss Bessio Rapier of New Haven loft last week for a two months visit to San Francisco and the Pacific coast I1lr and Mrs Merritt Drano had as their guests this week at their home In Crescent Hill Mr and Mrs Thomas Fitzpatrick of Chicago parents of Mrs Drane Miss Margie Rellhon has just re turned from a visit to White Mills but expects to return there again the latter part of next week for an other stay of ten days A pretty little daughter has arrived at the home of Charles C Cullen Soventh and Florence Place Mr and Mrs Cullen are receiving many congratulations Misses Mamie and Gladys Held of 1206 Zane street are in Birming ham Ala the guests of Mrs Mc Ginn They will visit other points In the South before returning home Misses Mary Elizabeth and Jean otta Keyer and Messrs and Mes dames M J McMahon and E Kllllan were among tho past weeks so Journers at Sweet Sulphur Springs Mrs Stephen J Dunigan and daughter Marian return next week from Chicago and Hammond Ind where they have been visiting for the past month as the guests of rela tives James Kilkelly of the Scanlon Coal Company and daughter Miss Lettie Lee Kllkelly leave this even theytwill spend the next ten days with relatives Mrs Martin J Cusick and chil dren Catherine and Sheridan are In Galena Ill visiting her slater Mrs David Morlwether Mr Cusick will leave today to spend a week there and return with the vis itors Mr and Mrs Charles A Schmuck of the Highlands are home from a weeks visit to relatives In Davicss county They were accompanied by their daughter Miss Josle who spent July there and was extensively en tertained by friends and relatives A handsome elevenpound girl ar rived at the home of Mr and Mrs Harry T Esterle 2206 Frankfort avenue on Thursday morning The mother and child are doing nicely Grandpa Philip Kelly Is receiving almost as many congratulations as the proud father and mother Mr and Mrs Albert F Steber have announced the engagement of their oharx ng and accomplished daughter Miss Amy Lee Steber to Frank J Deuser well known in business circles and a prominent figure in a number of Catholic so placeIlnciety event of the season I1II1s9 Anna Maye Scoro entertained Monday evening in honor of her visitor Miss Blanche Compton of Bowling Green The guests were Misses Ethel Mudd Evelyn Wempe Stella OConnell Alma Score Henri etta Wempe Irene Jenne Lillian Score and Anna M Score and Mensrs Edward Moore William Mudd War ren Andrews George Oker Ben Werner William Larkins Louis Walsh Edward Score and Harry Beeler A most enjoyable evening was spent by all present ISISTERS VISIT BROTHER ISister Olivia and Sister Loretta of this city and members of the Ursullno order have been visiting their brother Rev George Smith pastor of St Philip Noris church in Indianapolis and also Rev Al phonse Smith of the Cathedral From Indianapolis they went to St Marys of the Woods Vlgo county to visit their sister Sister Alphonslne ONE OF THE FINEST William J McGrath a well known member of the Hibernians has been appointed patrolman by the Board ofj Safety and reported for duty this past week Bill as he is known to his foflner fellow employes of tho Louisville Nashville railroad and his many other friends is sure to make a trusty officer and a terror to evil doers OATHOLIO KNIGHTS The Central Committee of tho williholdday night at St Marys Hall As the interestandI outing will be announced it is hoped that delegates will be present from each of the seventeen branches FORTY HOVRS1 PRAYER The Forty Hours adoration at the Church of St Francis of Assist 01 the Bardstown road will begin at the high mass tomorrow morning and conclude on Tuesday Rev Father Rotheut will conduct the beautiful and Impressive services and will be assisted by a number of his friends among the city clergy ImVERVIEW GAIETIES IThe splendid music the natural surroundings and the high class vaudeville offered promise to draw larger crowds than ever next week to Rtvervlew Park It Is an ideal place to spend an afternoon or an evening FEW PBBFBOT EYE0 Only about oBet of every fifteen persM i M both ttywi la perfect comm iHtion o I 1 BE WITH US- IRISHAMERICAN DAY I IJ UNDER AUSPICES OF Ancient Orderof DIVISION NO1 Wednesday Aug 10 1910 FONTAINE FERRY PARK PROGRAMME INCLUDES Irish Music Irish Vaudeville Irish Pictures Irish Dances For this occasion the Park management has provided a number of special features and Division 1 promises a day of real pleasure to those who attend A general invitation is extended the mem bers of all fraternal societies to participate in this celebration ANNUAL JUBILEE PICNIC FOR THE BENEFIT OF Sf Josephs Orphan Asylum On the Grounds at Crescent Hill WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17I- n Case of Rain Festival Will Be Held on Following Day Excellent Music Entertainment Good Meals Refresh ments and Electric Illumination at Night ADMISSION 25 CENTS Children under twelve years accompanied by parents free KODAK SUPPLIES t And Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING PRINTING POST COLUMBIAN COLLEGEOWEN- SBORO KENTUCKY- A Thorough and Practical School For Boys and Young Men Commercial Preparatory and Collegiate Courses Boarding Students test In the College Terms reasonable Write catalogJOHN COONEY A ML Pres 1ft 3j IiIinI 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Louisville Kentucky- At Buscbemeyers sad all druggists Give your boys an education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Classical and Business Courses Preparatory De partmentIargeSwimmingIoolWellEquippedGymnasium Home Phone 5687 Cumb Main 2712a HENRY FUCHS FLORIST Plants Designs Out Flowers Flowers and Designs for S 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 us HENRY HUNOLD IJlxu IN u Siapli ud Fancy Gncirits A FlRIYQUIIIAMPLE MUM u IN MNNECTMN- OU WUUUM ji SfMbKr wits PfeMH 4JM 540 W WAUUti I f- iI r tLi 0 f- i 90 01 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr r the Past WeekBeneral- News Notes The Ladies Auxiliary now num bers 61000 members Let all be with us Wednesday night at Fontaine Ferry Our auxiliary now extends to thie Hawaiian Islands having been or ganized there recently The Ladles Auxiliary can con Igratulato Itself upon the part taken the last two outings Iln Is is estimated that there will ho 8000 men in line in the Connectlcu State parade in Waterbury The national delegates will receiv- a hearty cead mlllo failte at Fon- tal e Ferry next Wednesday Attention now turns to the State convention to be held at Ashland It will bo important and much depends upon its deliberations Hibernians will take prominent part in the great celebration planned by the women of Niagara Falls In honor of our Blessed Lady on August 15 Division 4 meets Monday night when it is expected to elect alternates to the State convention Presi dent Hennessy urges all memebrs to bepresentWith erection of the Emmet Hall in Jamaica Plain and the now building at Roxbury the Ancient Order will have six hans in Suffolk county Majss Two of our local divisions added new members this week If this were continued during the coming year the organization would outnum ber any in Louisville Hugh Hourigan and his cowork ers are enthusiastic over the pros pects for Division 3s downtherlyer trip on August 29 A big attendance and jolly time are assured Among those who sent greetings and blessings to the national conven tion were Pope Plus X Monsignor Falconlo Cardinal Gibbons Arch bishop OConnell and President Taft Division 2 has postponed its Phoenix Hill celebration until Sep tember This was done in order not to conflict with the excursion of Division 3 The men of Division 2 display the right spirit State President George J Butler and County President Patrick Welsh are home from the national conven tion and their visits to the local di visions will attract a large attend ance of members They commend the work of the national body and were for the officers elected MADE FRIENDS HERE Billy Williams the minstrel who died last month in Elizabeth N J was well known throughout the country and had many friends in Louisville where he appeared a num ber of times at Macauloys Williams was born in Dublin Ireland sixtysix years ago His father was a prom inent physician When quite young Williams came to America and at the age of ten ran away with a circus Later in life he used the fortune left him by his father and organized his own company During the time of the yellow fever plague in Memphis In 1878 and 1879 he gave 10000 to the sufferers In recognition of his philanthropy oil this occasion he received a decoration from the Pope He was always a Catholic and for many years a member of the Knights of St John TOTAL ABSTINENCE COHORTS The Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America win meet at Faneuil Hall In Boston on next Wednesday It is pnTbablp that the sessions will continue through three days Archbishop OConnell of Boston and Archbishop Keane of Dubuque will deliver the principal addresses A mammoth street par ade will bo a feature of the meeting DIRECTORS REELECTED At the meeting of tbo Supreme Council of the Knights of Columbus at Quebec on Wednesday the follow ing four Supreme Directors were re elected to succeed themselves Jo seph Mercler Montlaal Victor J Dorr Augusta Ga John H Reddin Denver Col and W D Dwyer St Paul Minn AMONG TIlE CLERGY Rev Father Anton Hodapp O M0 of Syracuse was hero this week at St Anthonys and visiting his many friends and relatives Rev Father Klllian 0 F M who was transferred and is now the chaplain of St Anthonys Hospital is also a former resident of Louisville his parents still living here WONDERFUL CENTENARIAN Perhaps the most wonderful cen tenarian in a land of centenarians is Mrs Cranley of Monastorovan County Klldare Ireland The ven erable lady is 124 years of age and still halo and hearty She is the mother of five daughters and three sons the youngest being over seventy years of age CATHOLIC FEDERATION The regular monthly meeting the Catholic Federat on will be ofII next Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club on Walnut street President Sheridan will have important I questions to submit and I therefore requests that every Catholic society in the city be fully rep resented VISITED PARENTS slstelAlphonl1spent several days here last week visiting Mr and Mrs Stephen Everin parents of the former at 297 Third avenue The Sisters were on their way from Loretto to Pueblo Col and St Louis TOOK THE VEIL Richard Naugatom and daughter Miss Mary went to St Catherines s Convent Washington county on Wednesday to be present when an other daughter Mlsa Margaret Nnuchton took the white veil of the Dominican nun on Thursday a f i JIO3r i Yc 1 Cut Prices now o- nSTRAW HAT- Se of our finest in Mens Straw Hats I 4 and 5 goods for 295Mens 3 Straws 195 95ceMens 1 Straws 75c Finest Panamas Values up to 9 for 4955 Panamas 395 4 Panamas 265 Amazon Panamas 39c I LEVYSThird THE BRIGHT SPOT IN LOUISVILLE III CUSCADENICE CREAM WITH Designs in the Center IS ALL THE RAGE TELEPHONE 518 AND 584 We ship to all railway stations Spe clal rates to churches and lodges 309311 Second Street Louisville Jos Dougherty Everett tanning Dougherty tanning COAL COIn- corporated Pittsburg and Jellico Coal Now is the time to lay In your TryDoughertybest quality of Pittsburg and elico Coal HOME PHONE 1783 CUMB 907a YARDS 15TH X MAGNOLIA 7TH 8 MAGNOLIA CARD OF II1A mSIWe wish to express our thanks toI nil ong friends who were HO kind to us during the illness and death of our beloved wile and nincr and also for the beautiful floral offerings- M J GAVIN AND FAMILY PORTLAND AT BUTOHERTOWN The Portland baseball club will clash with its old rivals the Butcher town team at the latters park to morrow afternoon this being the first meeting of these two teams this season in the three cornered series to settle the semiprofessional championship of the Falls Cities Portlands game last Sunday with the Taste Tells was about the prettiest seen around here for some time but would have been easier for Portland It not playing a crippled line up FOR WOMANS EYE No more white gloves gloves match the costume Walking dresses made of blue serge are prominent Wide shirring has found dts way even into the bolero Bead fringes matching the costume are seen on smart gowns Taffeta and supple silks in black are favorite fabrics for bathing suits A feature of all misses dresses is the extreme shortness of the skirts Slippers match the costume but stockings with them are flesh col ored Velvet Is used to a quite unusual degree in trimming garments and gowns Embroidery is used on all belts collars and on many of the small yokesSleeves haVe settled down to short and threequarter lengths for sum mer wear Mousseline gowns of two tones areImuch worn Eyelet embroidery is fashionable In every form this season and especially on a gown Tho material mostNjn favor for bathing suits brllllantjne because It does not cling to the figure nor does it become heavy with water like flannel HIGH AND LOW The highest and lowest points In the country exclusive of Alaska are In the same State California and within 100 miles of each other They tare Mount Whitney 14600 feet above the sea level and Death Valley 460 feet below the sea SPLENDID SHERBET l Juice of thre lemons and one orange two ouofsugaroneQn shredded piaeaiwU three quarts of trwkt1Il fowell beaten ifla FrMM aa ai Iii brim oJ 71- no Ir X Ir- 4ry i k IRELAND Record of the float important ct the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Dr T Laverty has been appointed certifying surgeon under the factories act for Rathfriland Recent deaths in County Mayo are John McGreal at Westport and Felix Kelly at Ballinrobe At a meeting of the Sligo District Council John Cowley of Ballymore was coopted member in the place of the late John Gilmartin There were seven cases to bo disposed of at the County Armagh As sizes and Justice Dodd congratulated the grand Jury on the peaceable state of the county- A shocking fatality occurred in Rathfriland whereby a young man lamed Loughran a carter lost his life by being crushed underneath the wheels of a heavy cart operatlonsCounty Monaghan Thomas Reilly a porter Was caught by the buffer of an incoming engine and klllec instantlyE of Balllngarry has been elected Chairman of the County Limerick Pension crerks Spcjety with E G Casey of Rathkeale as Vice Chairman and J P Rahilly as SecretaryBridget Gevlln was evicted from her holding on the Shibbuld estate near Claremorrls a force of twenty police attending A Ijttal bailiff has been put in possession under police protectionMuch regret has been felt in Galway at the death of Austin Tem ple Although he had attained his ninetyfirst year he attended meet ings of the Ratepayers Association up to tho time of his death John Lynch of Ennis on behalf of the tenants on the Toureen property of Roche Kelly of Slxmllebridgc succeeded in arranging for purchase the tenants agreeing between them selves to the adjustment of rents Two boys named Cassidy and Fegan at Granemore CountY Armagh exploded a cartridge used for blasting purposes and sustained severe injuries and it is feared that Caosidy will lose his eyesight There was only three cases to be disposed of at the Fermanagh As sizes opened at Ennlsklllen and Justice Madden expressed satisfac tion at the diminution of the number of cases of intemperance in the countyThe death has occurred in a private hospital in Dublin of James O Boyland who for many years past had been Town Cleric of Monaghan He wab only thirtyfive years of age and leaves a wife and family to mourn his loss The death has occurred rather unexpectedly of the Very Rev Dean McGlone at Carrlckmacross Two or three days before his death he at tended the retreat for the clergy of the diocese in St Macartens Semin ary Monaghan Tre death of Joseph Madden the lion of Michael Madden a popular resident of Roscrea and brother of Dr Themas J Madden medical of Dispensarydlstrfcfdeeply regretted by a wide circle of friendsThe Most Rev Dr Clancy Bishop of Elphin has promoted the Very Rev Canon Coyne of Boyle who has for many years been Canon Theologian in the Diocesan Chapter to the position of Vicar General of the diocese rendered vacant by the death of the late Monsignor Mc Loughlin MANS DUTY Speaking about doing our duty as we encounter it let us remember that where one man is called to bo a hero on some great scale ten thousand men are called to be courteous gentle patient There are conspicuous virtues which make reputation and there are quiet vir tues the virtues of private life which make character It Is not every mans duty to fill a large place but It is every mans duty to fill his own place well and give good example to others YELLOWSTONE FREAKS There Is a spot in the Yellowstone National Park where the same stream sends water to the Pacific and the Atlantic ocean at the same time It Is called Two Ocean Pass When the stream overflows the water spreads over the continental divide some going east and some west There is one spot where a person In a few seconds can walk in four dif ferent States It is where Colorado Utah New Mexico and Arizona meet about fifty miles from Durango Col INTERESTING FIGURES Tho mileage of the blood circula tion reveals some astonishing facts It has just been calculated for in stance that assuming the heart to beat sixtynine times a minute at ordinary pressure the blood goes at the rate of 207 yards in a minute or nine miles an hour 220 miles a day and 80000 miles a year If a man eightyfour years old could have had one single blood corpuscle float ing in his blood all his life it would have traveled In that time nearly 7000000 miles WATER AREAS I North Carolina has 3686 square miles of water area Minnesota has 8824 and Florida has 3805 Mich igans water area is 500 miles but it has 16653 square miles in Lake Superior 12922 In Lake Michigan 9925 in Lake Huron and 460 in Lakes Erie and St Claira gran total of 404601 square miles Mich igan has as large an area in water as Ohio has in land KEROSENE Half a cup of kerosene set on the kitchen table or any place will remove the troublesome flies 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T B tiTiiiiiiiii1iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii c iiiiij1 4 w x r Ii FRESH EVERY SUNRISE H Itt IJ y t tSTIPTOP II t- t i f Xi its LAt iI BREADsJt ft l SAVE THE LABELS U t M M M bo IM ot oJ lj oox frGEHER 6c SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET saw THE CKISBRATBD NORTH STARR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features ol practical value that are considered deslr ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in tho estimation of the nnblic DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For sad Delivered Btifc PfcMit 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET I WHY NOT USE THE u OME TELEPHONEIIIIFOR U n 1 ON GR A CETALKS- u o SERVICE THE BEST 8 1JnuI tt U r u- r s 14 I i ORPHANS Will Be Beneficiaries of Outing on Asylum Grounds The annual outing for the benefit of St Josephs Orphan Asylum will be given on tho asylum grounds Crescent Hill on Wednesday August IT All tho committees are making strenuous efforts and when I the time for the outing arrives every- thIng will be in applepie order All the amusements of former years will be called Into play and new ones added In the evening the grounds will be brilliantly illuminated with electric lights- President Joseph Hubbuch jSr President of the Orphans Society and Edward Hill ChAff paft of the General Executive Committee are enthused over the reports of com mittens and predict that the coming outing will be the most successful ever given for St Josephs Orphan Asylum The ladles are working I with the men and will have charge of the dining T6om refreshment stands and fancy work booth- sALTERNATES Division B Holds Its Bes Meeting of Present Year The fact that Division 1 was to elect alternate delegates to the Hibernian State convention at Asb land next month brought out a111I attendance that crowded the hall to fore President Walsh called the meeting to order The delegate chosen were James P Barry Martin J Cusick William M Higgins James Doran and Thomas W Tar pey A number oj brief addresses I lent Interest to the meeting which was declared the best of the curren yearAfter Joseph M Harding had been obligated Chairman Barry submitted the report of the Finance Commit tee showing Division 1 to be stll i In splendid condition notwithstand ing the large sums paid out for sicl benefits and charitable purposes The members were pleased to learn that Financial Secretary ThomaiI I Dolan and John Holden were recov erlng and would soon be able to return to their duties Chairman Keenan reported an In I cresting programme for the celebra i tlon at Fontaine Ferry Park next Wednesday to which the various Catholic societies of the Falls Cities are all invited Before adournmenl I thankingIt YrljIL I Mackin and Sarto Councils Will Debate Next Month t At a well attended mee tlng of Mackin Council President Kenney announced that the long looked for debate between the local body and Sarto Council of Owensboro would take place on Sunday September 11 The subject to be debated will be tho right of women to vote Macklna I representatives taking the affirma I tive side They are William Burke and Louis Kieffer and their friends are supplying them with much dope on the question It is likely that arrangements will be made for several special coaches to carry Mackins followers to Owensboro on that day- Besides the usual routine business an invitation was received to attend the opening of tho Grand Council at Bellevuo and be tho guests of Phil Sheridan Council on Monday Will I Burke reported the success of tho sunset excursion which surpassed expectations and netted a handsome sum for the treasury From John Hancock it was learned that interest is growing in the Niagara Falls trip on August 17 and a party of at Progressishaving charge of the fete and bazar to be given for the benefit of the memorial window fund s I MOHANS NEW BEUTII I Thomas A Bohan has resigned as Auditor of the Kentucky Wagon I Iftnufacturing CtVpany to become otfice manager of the Kentucky Packing and Provision Company Mr Bohans resignation will take effect on September 1 and he will assume his new duties immediately Mr Bohan went to the Kentucky Wagon Manufacturing Company as bookkeeper in 1889 He became successively the advertising manager treasurer and auditor of the company The Kentucky Provision and Packing Company is a corporation recently organized Among the Incorporators are J J Caffrey Judge Matt ODoherty and E M Caffrey The new company took over the Louisville Packing Com panys plant and its Incorporators propose to conduct a general abbatoir and packing business CASINO AND OUWIEUM The moUon pictures listed for next week at the Casino are of the qualISty that both appeal and surprise and promise the best entertainment populartcttsreusual changes of films ao that the programmes will be entirely new as will also the illustrated songs With electric fans everywhere and cool fresh alrA they afford a pleasant place for a brief rest these warm days COLUMBIAN COLLEGE Columbian College a thorough and practical school for boys and young men will open for the fall term next month It is located at Owensboro and la the real high school of DavleM county But It has students from alT over Western and Southern Tvsiitucky President John Ii Cooney AKwon hldecrlIat Mary Collate The adwtl KM ol CohiMDlaa College appear tn aadtbcr oolann r 0a e U o UDJ n SOCIETY I1RECTORY A Ac p IID- IVISION 1 Meets at FalsCity Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy PILawlerFinancial Secretary Thos J Dolan 2120 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Boiler SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday ned Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice President Haymond Barrett Recording Secretary William T Mechan Financial Secretary Jno J Keaney 1607 Dumesnll street TreasurerJoseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur phySentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J Uevcns Financial Secretary John G lies slon 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noo- nSergeantatArmsrJames P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J Langan 732 West Oak Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rffilly Recording Secretary John J WinneTreasurerlIarry Brady SergeantatArms William Callag tan Outside SentinelMichael McDer nott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIULB Ieets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pfaus Hall President J 0 Cole Vice President J B Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc Jrody Financial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll FlahertyInside yoII M x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Beets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth KenneyFirst J A Casper PresidentShcrleyJuniff Recording Secretary Robert Os LorneCorresponding A Secretary William 4 LinkFinancial O4damsTreasurer Dan Weber MarshalAllen G Wobben Inside SentinelA C Link 1Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart KNIGHTS OP COL1IBI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Denver Knights welcomed and en thelcelebraUonMonday I The St Louis Choral Club added to its laurels at the annual outing of the Buffalo Knights at Fort Erie beach on Thursday I Columbus day will be made tine beginning of a movement in Indian to have that day made a State boll day by the Legislature I John Flanagan and Martin Sher idan were listed in the field sport events at the third annual outing of SaturdayIa house and council quarters Milwaukee Knights have almost consummated the purchase of a alto for a club house The property 150x190 feet is on Eleventh street between Grand and Wells and the price is 22500 John A Cody of New Albany recognized as one of the leading Knights of Southern Indiana has been appointed District Deputy far the counties of Floyd Clark HarrI- son Crawford and Washington State Deputy James Rogers of Lexington last week named Judge Frank P OConnell of Maysvllle District Deputy for the Fourth Kentucky district which Includes Ashland Lexington Somerset Frank tort CovIngton and Newport The Knights of Oswego have arranged a two days benefit for SL Johns Orphan Asylum The speaker jn the first day will be Hon John Delaney and on the second Dr John G Coyle both of Now York City A feature will be a country circus In one of the parks adjoining tho city OFF VOlt MINNEAPOLIS Mr and Mrs John A OConnor and Mr and Mrs Martin Pugan leftI hursday morning for Minneapolis Messrs OConnor and Dugan will attend the International Typographical Union convention that will bo In session there next week Both expect to meet old friends among the ypos that will gather In the Flour lily next week Mrs Dugan and- re OConnor have friends and relatives in Minneapolis I WITH IKK POPII The Right Rev Jarne J Hartley MvUop of CohmVw+ who IB now I II nI Rome WM retY d la private I LUdienc by Pop Piua X on Mon I IT Btefeop Havktor submitted a MHt ratifying rsg ort of the eondl tona hi isle dkMMk lIewUl Had I Ulao in Art u t- flr c 1- o I AUXILIARY I I Holds Pine Meeting When Alternate Named the WereII I The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians had n onIWednesdayran who was one of those who won a gold ring in the ticket selling contest at the County Board picnic on July 25 expressed her thanks to the members of the Auxiliary and also asked that the Kentucky Irish American through its columns thank the members of the order whir had BO loyally supported her The alternates chosen to represent the Ladles Auxiliary at the State convention at Ashland next month are Misses Mayme Curran Nellie Nolan Julia Kelly Bell OConnell Mar Butler Mary Lally and Lizzie Callahan JAMES J BEGAN Newly Elected Head of the Great and Ancient Order James J Regan the newly elected National President of tho Ancient Order of Hibernians was born at Coothlll County Roscommon Ire land July 10 1867 Ho was educated in the National schools of Ireland and later was assistant teacher for three years In 1883 he went to Montreal Canada and two years later came to St Paul Minn and entered the St Paul National Dank where he was employed until 1904 when ho engaged in the steam power supply business The same year he was elected a member of the Legislature He resigned as As semblyman in rebruary 1907 to become Superintendent of Streets of the city of Sf Paul which position he still holds In 1903 Mr Regan was elected State President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians which office he held for two terms At Ute national convention held at Saratoga In 1906 he was elected NaUonal Vice President of the order serving two terms Mr Regan was a charter member of St Paul Council Knights of Columbus and prior to his elec tion to the office of State President of the A 0 H was Deputy Grand Knight of the council He Is married and still resides In St Paul ROTTEN UMPIRING Feature of the American Association This Year Manager Del Howards crippled Colonels will again try conclusions this afternoon with Danny Shays Kansas City team and again tomor row with a double header these games meaning a whole lot to both as Kansas City is endeavoring to close In on Toledo and St Paul while the Colonels are striving hard to got out of last place before re turning home The Colonels show ing with St Paul and Minneapolis the two leaders has been very fair and the same strength with Mil waukee and Indianapolis ought to give them a majority of games on the road In addition to the Colonels crip pled condition they have had to contend with very poor umpiring only two real umpires being on tho staffOwens and Blcrhalter Bob Dunfloli of the Evening Times has sized up the situation right when he states that Babe Ryan the local umpire would be a welcome addi tion to tho staff and President Tom Chivlngton should give him a trial Instead of signing incompetents from the Podunk league The Times brilliant sport writer Is very mucn right in this contention in spite of tho denial of the Heralds writer Who flatters W P McLoughlin of the New York World by using his style and copy even If he doesnt give credit VETERAN AT11M3TK DEAD John Kiley Sr died at his home 1322 West Jefferson street on Tues uay afternoon and his funeral took place from St Patricks church on rnursuay morning Mr Kiley Is Bur vived by his wife and the following children Thomas John and Dennis Kiley and Misses Nellie Josephine and Mamie Kiley His sister Mrs Thomas HiCKe also survives Tho deceased who was about sixty years old came to Louisville thirtyfive years ago and at once took rank with the Fenians In this city Mr IuTeT Was an allaround athlete Ho was a sprinter a boxer and a wrestler Time and again he sought to encourage athletic sports among the IrishAmericans in Louisville John L Sullivan Bob FiUslmmous and other noted athletes of years gone by were familiar friends of John Kiley He was big in stature and big in heart He served his God as best he knew how he loved Ire land and would have given his life for it and he would have sacrificed all his life and property for America G ItBAT CHICAGO IDEA Charles Murphy Secretary of State of Canada has accepted an Invitation to addres the Knights of Columbus in Chicago on October 12 when the Chicago Chapter proposes to hold a PanAmerican Columbus day Archbishop Quigley will be tho presiding officer A representative of the Latin nations of South Amer- Ica and a prominent official of the United States will also speak at the celebration LAWN PETE Atameeting held this week 01 the congregation of the Church of- St Elizabeth it waS decided to give a lawn fete on the church grounds on Burnett avenue on the afternoon and evening of August 29 and 30 Committee were appointed tg make rrangementsland they promise a umfet of new ad novel teature t- lheR Y JV Assent 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