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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 J I LVOL- UME XXVNO 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 13 Uuu PRICE FIVE CENTS YOUNG MEN Will Guido and Guard Destiny ot the Y M I In Old Kentucky Picked First Class Talent toFill Every Office in Grand Council Itohort T Burko Chosen toRep resent Kentucky at San Francisco CONSOLIDATION IS FAVORED The thirteenth annual Grand Council of the Y M I Kentucky jurisdiction was held at Bellevue on Monday and Tuesday From a social as well as a business standpoint the meeting was a success The election of Grand officers was held on Tues day and the result was a victory for the young man Idea The officers chosen were Grand ChaplainRev George M Connor Owensbor- oPresidentGeorge A Lawo Mem phisFirst Vice PresidentGuy Hazel Knottsvllle Second Vice President R Bezold Bellevue Secretary Charles Harbour OwensboroTreasurerVictor K Ecker LouisvilleMarshalJohn Holman Carroll tonGrand DirectorsFrank G Adams and Joseph Klrchdorfer Louisville John J Barry New Haven Albert Oberst Owensboro Joseph A Cas sidy Bellevue Retiring Grand President Robert T Burke was honored by being chosen delegate to the Supreme Council which will meet in Sa Francisco at an early date J B Shannon of Lexington was made th alternate delegate The memUers almost unanimously voted to consolidate the Ohio Indiana Kentucky and Pennsylvania Jurisdictions into one Grand juris diction as was the case formerly This move Ts expected to save money for the treasuries of the individual councils Grand Secreatry Cooneys report showed that each of the councils powaaffll atedw nsound I developed that several minor coup cils in rural regions had succumbed through lack of Interest The new officers are all well known workers in the Y M I ranks Grand President George A Lawo holds a responsible positio- with the Louisville Nashville Rail road Company at Memphis He ha been honored in the past by Chickasaw Council and hid earnest work has done much for the order in Tennessee i Father George M Connor has just served a term as Grand Chaplain and is very popular with the young men Charles Barbour the now Secretary holds a responsi ble position with the Owensbo- rpostoffice The new Grand Treas urer 1s Victor K Ecker Secretary and Treasurer of the American I I serY1inglI All of the other officers and Directors are tried and true workers Frank G Adams who has been reelected a Grand Director has just finished his third term of two years He has always worked to the best interest of the order and Ills worth is readily and cheerfully recognizedRobert T Burke who was hon ored by being chosen to go as Ken tuckys representative to the San Francisco convention is one of Louisvilles brightest young attor I He has served as President 11neys and as Grand President still higher honors have come to him and Kentuckys interests will be well cared for at the coming Supreme convention The legates who attended the BellqvHO convention were Dr JACasper William A Burke John Hancock and Hon Samuel L Rob ertson of Mackin Council James B Kelly J C Klrchdorfer and J B1 Cunlffe of Trinity Council John Hills Jr Phil Sheridan Council of Bellevue Fr3 Arnold and Joseph Oberst of sarto Council Owens boro John Holman ot St Georges Council Carrollton ueorge Hazel of St Johns Council Knottsvllle 4Joseph Barry of Chickasaw Council v Memphis P J Clark ot Barry Council Lexington and John J Barry of St Catherines Council New Haven r CASTLE BURNED Menlo Castle In the County Gal- way Ireland and known to theI great majority of American tourist- through the Green Isle especially s I 0to a number of people living 1 Louisville was recently burned to Po the ground The tire was pathetic in that three lives were lost the unfortunates being Miss Ellen Blake an invalid and Delia Early anti Annie Brown servants In the house Menlo Castle was beautifully situ sated on the shores of Lough Corrlb within two miles of Galway Si Valentine Blake and Lady Blako n were la Dublin at the time pt the conflagration the former being in a a private hospital BELOVED MATRON DEAD The Untimely death of Mrs Sarah UalWchY who yseeed away at he ntiom XI 87 Bolllag avuaue earl Hf nd7 mprateg W4 a revere skis o to her family and many friewU TkI- deceased to survived by ker UwbMd k U I- J Charles L Halbach a threeyearold son and four sisters Misses Katie H Bridgio and Mamie Maloney end Mrs Eugene Sullivan Mrs Halbach was held in high esteem by all who knew her and hundreds ot friendI atfebded the funeral which took place from St Georges church on Wednesday morningII III JOSEPH HUBBUCH SR President St Josephs Orphan Society POPES LEGATE May Spend Two Months In Seeing North America Monsignor State Tampieri one of the Secretaries In the office of the Papal Secretary of State and a mem I I ber of the suite attached to the per Vannute1ll1whoInternational Eucharistic Congress I has arrived in America to represent the Cardinal in the arrangements that will be made for his reception Ho spent several days In Boston as the guest of Archbishop OConnell MontrealnAccording to information received Care dinal Legate may remain two months on this side of the Atlantic While in Montreal he will be the guest of Sir Thomas Shaughnessy President of the Canadian Pacific railroad- A committee of well known rail road men has arranged a programme whereby the Papal Legate will be able In n short time to cover a largo part of this country After the close of the congress he will visit the l hamplalnand then go to Washing ton where he will be received by President Taft Cardinal Gibbons will entertain him at Baltimore and Archbishop Glennon of St Louis expects him to visit that city atnwhich he will represent the Pope I tosMontreal the largest gathering of Catholics that has ever assembled in I one city in North America In fact it will be the most important assemblage ot Catholics that has everI gathered on this side of the Atlantic I The tolerant spirit is exemplified by II the welcome of such men as Lord identifiedowith tho progress of Canada LordI btrathcona not only sent his check to the committee but placed his Nonl treal Several Archbishops will lodge there during the i BISHOP ceremoniesI I DUNNEII Texas Prelate round Dead In Bed While On a Visit The Right Rev Edward Joseph Dunne Bishop of Dallas Texas died suddenly at Green Bay Wis on Friday of last week He had been in ill health for some time and had gone from Dallas to Wisconsin toII recuperate He gave signs of appar I lent improvement for a time but on Friday he was found dead in bed At the time of his demise ho was ablest of the Right Rev J J Fox Bishop of Green Bay I Bishop Dunne was a native of Chicago and was born in 1846 He I Was consecrated Bishop of Dallas on November 30 1893 He had juris diction over 108 counties in north western Texas The territory cov prod an area of 118000 miles His strenuous duties and constant travel I are believed to have superinduced heart failure The remains of the dead prelate were brought to Chicago and the solemn requiem mass was celebrated 1 in the Cathedral thero on Wednes day Archblshpp Quigley officiated A number pt priests from Dallas at tended the obsequies The remaln- wer consigned to the Rravd in tho cemeterynRichard I Dunne I IIj HONORED FOR HEROISM The French Government has be stowed medals for heroism on sev eral of thei missionary priests and orf extraordinary courage succoring theImassacres perpetrates against these defenceless Christians by the Turko In April 1909 GETS NEEDED REST Rev Father Oscar Ackerniann NerlYweekkat1V61sSulphueraoattoa fer several years c r APPALLED Cardinal Gibbous Warning Against Greed For Riches- Approaching Age Such as Pre cecdcd Old Roines Fall I Deli cs the Gospel of Christ Will Save the Present Situation HOW HE VIEWS THE CONDITIONS S 1 That we are closely approaching n reproduction of the age of ox travagance and inordinate pleasure In which the Romans lived just be gore their city was destroyed Is the belief ot Cardinal Gibbons He made that plain In an interview last Sat urday with a reporter for the Now York World Cardinal Gibbons is spending a few weeks with Father James F OHara of Southampton L L I was on the broad veranda of Father OHaras home that the Cardinal received tho reporter Since you have taken the trouble to come to see me he said with the courtesy that Is so closely a part of his simplicity of manner I am pleased to see you But you see I am down here fir a little rest I would prefer not to enter Into any discussions just at this time As jtho Cardinal talked Southampton cottagers flashed by In autos and carriages I think we are very cltsely an proachlng the ago of extravagance and inordinate pleasure enjoyed by Rome just before the fall said the Cardinal The cry today is for more and more riches The rich man is greedy for more He seems never to have enough to satisfy his desire It Is the same with the well todo Tho cry Is the same every where Then there is the desire for Inordinate pleasures We have many more channels of pleasure than there were In the days of Augustus Caesar yet there is the desire for new pleasures and for greater enjoyment I have been told that many people mortgage their homes to buy automobiles If we did not have ltlesaa tka vtl eawonliisnfmlxt- the desire to mortgage the home for this purpose and so each new pleas ure brings its demand and Its toll When the Cardinal was asked what ho thought would be the result of this condition of extravagance the I replied believe the gospel ot Christ will save the situation There was no Christ you remember to save Rome I hope the people will see their folly and realize the true situation The spirit ot selfdenial unselfishness nnd love the principles of Christs theIsave us where Rome could not bo saved This great desire for riches is making people very selfish he went on with deep earnestness I do not speak of individuals for we havo many generous ones among the rich wouldIbefortunateI spoke of the great extravagance of women and added significantly that the women of Rome wero very extravagant too As to the comparative degrees of andbywholiveappetites4 added can not be said of all the rich men ot this country Do you mean Mr Rockefeller was asked repliedthetold the old story of the peasant and the nobleman who met in a wood youInI came out here my man in search of an appetite replied the nobleman And you 7- I I came out here In search of something to satisfy my appetite pqasantI the Cardinal rising nothing pays so good returns- as good health FORTY HOURS FortyHours inSthighsmass and be conducted by tho Rev Father Constantine who is in charge Whiteis theIthe large attendance expected The services will come to a solemn close on Tuesday LIFES WORK ENDED With ogret we announce the sud den death of Patrick Parlln which the resIdenceBorden 544 North Seventeenth lofthisillnessthatsixtythreeabadhoesrtParllu wrw kaowR M an hottest and taught MM tlteugh ke took little u 1 D 0- e part in public afalrs but was a good Irishman a good citizen a practicalt Catholic and one who never turned a deaf car to the call for charity He leaves one son Morgan Parlin and four daughters Mrs Bridget Borden Mrs Cello Andrlot and Mrs Kathryn Thorpe all of this city andl Mrs Salllo Ganrion of St Louis t mourn his loss The funeral too place Wednesday morning from St Patricks church Rev Father Cronin V G being the celebrant ofr the mass of requie- mANNUAL VISIT Abbott afr Gethsemane Will Attend CistercianI Chapter It Is believed that the extensive Improvements now In progress at Gethsemano Abbey will be completed beforeIthe Right Rev Edward M Obrecht the Abbot will pave for France to attend the annual Grand Chapter of the Trappists He will sail from New York for Havre on September 1 The Grand chapter will convene at the Abbey OR Clteaux the home of the Cistercian monks since 1038 AD if The Improvements at Gethsemane Include now cloisters with concrete floors and thirty stained glass windows of Munich design and work manship The design of tho new cloisters Is mediaeval the paving is 1ntthe form of vaulted arches It Is hardly possible that the new cloisters will be dedicated until Abbot Obrecht returns to Kentucky in October I DEN B CHIEMAN Member St Josephs Orphan Society ExecutlvS Committee U RECENT DEATHS The funeralfoTtHattle Veeley the slxteenyearoldjjlaughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Jjeeloy 923 Dumesnll street took place Tuesday morning from St LoutsUjBertrands church Miss Veeeley was popular and respected in her Ifcle and for the bereaved pares there Is the most prtlliriiditd Yffiif The funeral ot Miss Anna Rudy a highly respected young woman of the East End who died Sunday morning at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs John Rudy 1809 Frankfort avenue was Jargely at tended Tuesday morning at St Jo sephs church Miss Rudy had been ill for several months but had borne her suffering with Christian resignation and fortitude Besides tier parents she leaves one sister Miss Corinne Rudy With feelings of most profound sorrow was received the announce ment of the death of Mrs Josie Gilllgan which occurred Saturday evening at St Josephs Infirmary Deceased was the wife of Bryan Gilligan of 1429 Mellwood avenue and was known through the Eatt End for her many virtues and ex cellent traits of character The funeral took place Tuesday morning and was one of the lagestseen at St Josephs church for ollong time past The many reelatlves and friends of Mrs Mary Zoeller beloved wife of William Zoeller of 429 West 0 street were grieved and shocked when they learned of her death on Sunday night at Sts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital Mrs Zoelleer had been 111 for several weeks but de spite all that love and skill could do for her she passed peacefully to her eternal rest The funeral took HolyNameofficiating at the solemn obsequies AD RECENT DEATHS Mrs Mary Maloney and old and esteemed resident of the Hill died I at the family residence 1231 Hull mornlnsSheseveral months and her death was IyherSergtJamespolice The other children are Mrs I B J Hourigan John Maloney and Maoney1Thei I Johns church yesterday morning and was very largely attended HIBERNIAN DELEGATES Division 1 A O Hot New Al bany one ot the oldest of the order In Indiana has elected Messrs John Gouiding Daniel Walsh James OHara and Charles Skelly as dele beheldust 23 They are all men of experience and ability In the affairs of the Ancient Order and it would not bo surprising If any one ot the number became a memberotthe Stale Board a recognition to which Southern Indiana Hibernians are Justly enUUedII CLOSES ON MONDAY j The annual retreat for tbeSlstera SturdayatltCBroadway ooDd MdIIY the Rev Ratkex Simon Pnwin some li a MIWt5Ua I 0 i OUTING I For St JoHtphs Orphans Asy GreatkResults German Catholics 01 Louisville Show Example For Others Old and New Attraction and a Flue Dig Feed For All SPIRIT OF PIONEERS SURVIVES galadayJosephsAsylumalone be an annual festival for theparentless boys and girls but it will fortheGermanCatholic dotheira greater success than ever Last sixtieth theInstitutioncomIngyear Inthebeautiful suburb of Louisville The buildIngsGermanCatholicsdonable pride In this institution haveseenscore years although the original asylum was located near the center of the city In time the number of children becameso great that larger and more congenial quarters had to bo secured The Directors of the platInbuildingthatJoseph as their patron call home Each year has seen new improve ments What was once in the coun StreetshadA modern heating plant had to be toboati il g were other matters that called for the expenditure of money The Shod German Catholics that Societyhaveonce a year they ask the general public to help them In rearing and educating these little ones who have been left parentless Many of the best men in Louisville are proud to be numbered among OrphansSocietycharity toward the orphan and the friendless as they have inherited their Catholic faith In the old days many of the leaders were poor ob scure and unlearned in the ways of the world but they had brought from the Fatherland that boundless charity that overcomes all shortcom lugs TlTo work begun by pioneer German Catholics Is now being car ried on by their children and grand children Many of these have been blessed with much of this Worlds goods and none are chary of giving It toward worthy charities- In 1850 when tho society was first established the officers were Urban Stengel George Schweiz Joseph Stuckenborg and Nicholas Boes With the exception of Urban Stengel all of these are gone but their spirits still live in the present officers Joseph Hubbuch Sr H H Frencke Henry J Gude Henry Ellert and Frank P Senn Additional amusements will bo afforded all patrons of the outing this year New games and attrac tions for young and old will be found and the grounds will be beautifully illuminated in the evening Dinner and supper will bo served In the new addition where several hun dred persons can be accommodated at one time ChairmanHoftee and his chief assistants ar- oHH Frenke Henry Gude Henry Ellert Frank P Senn Frank A Ocher anti Charles Staueble who will hsslst as Chairmen OthenII mlttees are J B Ohligschlager Leo C Schuhmann Henry Bosse George Springman Theodore Evers JohnIl Whims Martin Kolb J H A Driesbach Domino Zehnder George Seldermann Rev J B Pelfer John A Miller Oscar Maler Uehry Michaels Dominic Lubbers D B Schiemann W F Mayer Bernard Fritch Henry Bosquet Jo seph Twlckler Alvls Ohlman Fred Kaolin John Rothman Frank Bauer FJ Herrmann B J Gehor Jacob J Hubbuch Ed G Hill J J Mueller H H Schnieders L W Uugelmeyer John Sass F F Lutz J Kupper S O Hubbuch Jlf Schreckor C L Crush Jacob l George Bohr and Dr W A Blnde waldoIII It will be pleasant news to the orphans and to the members of the society to learn that the Right Rev Bishop ODpnaghue has accepted an invitation to be present and will at tend the outing during the afternoon ond evening HANDSOME COMPLIMENT County Pre liePatrick Welsh had quite a lengthy conference lrof Mlcbael G Rohan ot IthII QKette University while they were attending tk Hibirfttiin Nattaftl ceaveRtio In Portland Mr WeUfc 11 U t J feels particularly good aver what Prof Rohan said about the work ptt James P Barry of Division 3 This learned educator Is head of t movement to promote the of Irish history In parochial hoe and ho says that Mr Barry has re 9e dered him more assistance and do more efficient work than any oth member of the orderI I HENRY BOSQUET Member St Josephs Orphan Society Executive Committee MDERMOTT Prof Monaghans Tribut- Distinguished Louis ville Citizen Prof James C Monaghan who recently completed a most successful lecture tour of the country under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus in his letter to the Columblad pays a tribute to Hon I Edward J McDermott Gran I Knight of Louisville Council tha will be appreciated by the Catholic of Kentucky Prof Monaghan says- I am now in Louisville I am waiting at this moment for McDermott who is tq take me toI his home to dinner It you haventt beard of Brother McDermott hear about him now He belongs in the class with Joe Scott Neal Powerf Senator Guerin Pelletier and the fine fellows who are writing their names and our names high in the land Intellectual athetlc witty true quick as lightning full of fire and fight when tight is the word t of the Kelly and Burke and Shea r hasearncd ihis jighttp tho- ifilfcfnl e lfj8A tiI Henry W Grady A man told m- on the train yesterday that he had heard Marlon Crawford and Brother McDermott on Pope Leo XIII and that the latters presentation of the great Popes life was as far higher than the formers as Pikes Peak f above the foothills ot the Rockier Brother McDermott Is to introduce me I hope sometime to introduc- him to a vast audience In Carnegi- Hall Ho is a hero but I am lot to lift the pen or pencil that is t tell tho tale of how he has had to suffer for being a Catholic Thanit I God Kentuckys biggest anil haoiltheseI winIhesterI I him in the breach and in the ope field I am at a loss for words ti say how very grateful I am to th men and women I met last after my talk The hall was nightII decorated Tho affair was a success It strengthened my belle In our power to lift American so ciety to make it as fine as that fine old French society Here one f Impressed by the charm of Southern hosIpltalltyI grow less but radiate until all our land is like LoujavlHe LECTURE COURSE At the Catholic Summer r School Instructive and Enjoyable Many Louisville Catholics have the time and money to enjoy a vacation I but the number ot them tha take advantage of the Ca Summer School at Cliff Haven Y Js discreditably small The ables- thinkers and orators in the Unlte- States give lectures at the Catholi- Summer School The Central an New England States are well reprejIi Islpeople to this fount of wisdom It is not too late yet This is the seventh week of the present season and all the lectures have been o E especial interest Among the speakers were the Right Rev Henr Gabriels Bishop of Ogdensburg an I first Vice President of the school I I Rev Father Thomas Shields LLD noted educator and professor at the Catholic University 1a Washington Very Rev George M Searle C S P a noted Catholic astronomer Hon f Edward E OMalley Attorney General 1 of New York State Miss Rose Egan of New Rochelle College andI r the Rev Father John T Driscoll who conducted the exercises at threading PLEASES circle on TuesdayII Last Saturday the Cunard line declddd to revert to Queenstown Ireland as a port of call on east bound journeys landing passengers e end maps there before continuing to Plshguard the new port pn tke Welsh coast All sieaners except thEI I Lueltanla and the Mauret la will put in at both QueeMtown and Fish guard begiimlag mytemser 1 111 340 wOO I RANGINGho In the Balance Is the Fate of erpremier ICabinetI BcDlschased Mooting 0 Eight Men Hold Fate 01 IJrltuales Millions in Their Grasp IRISH MEMBERS HOLDING ALOOF unUJNovembervarious parties overthecontinent Bndonesays a heavy pall of silence hangs andthatpolitical that the conference on the Lords veto Issue meets again in October faeauthority to a secret conclave oteight men who for the time hold In thoKingofDritlshThe session wound up In an extra ordinary transformation from ittf opening During the first six weeks there was daily possibility otacollision between Asquith and Red mond with a long period of divided thetiCabinetAsquith to accept the realities of the situation and announce his determination to face King Edward- r with a point blank demand to take batUeIon the side either with the Peers or with the people brought the Premier down to the lowest point In his whole career annouttceJhisfrom the sovereign his prestige was thedeathbenumbed by the transfer of all once more brought back the old fissures In the ranks of the Minis discouragement alfd ylvlslonbegari posslblUty tween Asquith and Redmond Now the Government ends the session with a blaze of prestige and anysother man His transformation is due to two causes He managed the oxtrae downhfeelIIng in England he finally passed jt Into a law and everybody breathed a sigh of relief at the removal of this CatholicsItheIdangerpuely sessionnmore Redmonds outstandingo uslNthattfluenclng the present extraordinary situation In England + s the coming coronation of the King The desires IK general that this great event la the history of the new reign and the new sovereign should take place amid surroundings as tranquil as possible as this is one of the many things which are producing so pro found a feeling that peace ought to be made with Ireland When the late King Edward as j cended the throne there was some hope that time Irish people would be represented at the ceremonials by which his reign was inaugurated There was no response from Ireland Tho Irish members could have H seats In Westmlnste Abbey at the coronation but they refused tof appear confert homeNupholdtIrishdforthIwilVifor the downfall of Asquith and his Cabinet BLUEGRASS PHYSICIAN DEAD EThe people of Fayette county are WilliamY StJoIeephs Hospital Lexington fast Sunday Dr Fqley was County Health Officer and until recently Major In the Hospital Corps of tho State militia He was a native 0 graduatinfpursued his medical studies In Gi survlvedbyhl1wlleIwho was Miss Tello DanaKy three small children Louis Lucy and John thljrIl J and was active In church work His funeral took place froth St hauls church on Tuesday morning and VM very largely attended ELECTED FOR LU k Trinity Council hu elected tI Right Rev Bishop ODoawbue member for life HLft Lordship C talaly appreciates the eoinpllmen It i I i IT i K NTUOKVI rapaAlMeRIOAN KENTUCKYI IRISH MERIGflN doted io the Social aid Meral AdvaacelH of Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America NTUCKY IRIsH AMERICAN PRINTING CO lucorpormd Publisher UDESCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered t the Loulnllie PottotHc a 8coodCI i fUtUr lflrmrtallCinBMteitteM to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West drees St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 13 1910 Y t I j a J LiAGJEE t i Li I I l I I I I I I I I I I I I II II tI I r was only thirty miles Exten J of the eastern limits ofcc have reduced the distance I twentysix miles and a fast pas train will carry you between c two points in fiftyseven minutes I a few days an electric car line II bo established that will carry between the two towns Ilittle more than an hour I I All this is good for Louisvlllo andl I is good for Sholbyville It is the people of the two towns together and making allII than ever of old Kentucky yet but some day Louisville andI will be one great big ontueky metropolis and a statue Editor Shinnick should adorn of tho parks or boulevards I FOUND WANTING The practical people of Minnesota finding out that the educations in public schools are not they aro paying for A tele via the Associated Press from says I The Minnesota Bankers Associa will go before the next Legisla I I and ask the appointment of la State commission to investigate conditions in Minnesota authoritative statement tha i will be done foreshadows ra in which the question of and a discussion of the of the 14000000 so IIdispositionannually in Minnesota II I educaItionII attacked We believe that tho I system is not bringing re for the money expended said1 I Chapman Jr Too much I I beUeveIp II to the practical We in fact turning out educated loafersKicks like this aro not forthcoml concerning Catholic educational1 In thefco the moralI and higher intellectual I are combined o 1It1IIItIilOE i11 SAGIZAb1 C 1An esteemed Catholic contempo says the divorce evil is a menace to society Ifi is merely a civil contract t Is no reason why the interested should not dissolve the just as they do with other partnership please With Catholics marriage is a sacrament an ordinary business trans For this reason it is to the care of the is subject to her laws not to of the State The Stato may legislate concerning the marriage because the rights and duties the married state aro not derived the civil power These and duties existed before were instituted and before were founded LAND OF CALVIN Switzerland Is hailed as the land Calvin cause that unfortunate j I churchFatl I as essentially a Protestant j but it has a 1 atlon of 1279664 as against I of all other creeds Neither it generally known that the Swiss I pay particular devotion toIleast thirtytwo saints who j of Ireland Irish monks I ched love of God and liberty to hardy mountaineers more than centuries ago I The new Bureau of Mines establish its first three one at Birmingham Ala at Huntington W Va and the at Wllkesbarre Pa Other will be established through the country as soon as plans are and the best sites chosenI ach rescue station will be directed a man of practical mining This shows that aUons of Archbishop Lancaster Spalding and John are bearing fruit The Daily I xpressof London an organ and hitherto antiIrish has come out in favor of home rule on ground that this policy alone will amicable relations between Britain and the United States and advantageous It isi that the sudden change of Express was due to the advice influence of the King Holland has lew tfeaa half the of Ireland but it his 8000000 inhabitants onethird of are Catholic These 2O91090- Catheuna support fifteen OaUioHe rJIU n rR r daily papers and au purveyors of news the Dutch journals rank withII the best In Europe This for Americanbe a lesson Wo have not even ono Catholic dally In the United States I It is worth recalling that the men I who are prominent in the British I Government which has thus far 1 I passed the bill modifying the royal i oath of accession do not belong toII the Church of England Premier I Asquith Is a Congregationalist Minister Blrrell is a Baptist Minister Runclman a Methodist and Samuels President of the Local Government Board Is a JewII The attempted assassination orI Mayor Gaynor on Tuesday Is tho cause for just indignation and I sincere regret all over the nationI Assassins and wouldbe assassins ought to ba summarily dealt with I The man who made an attempt on the life of Mayor Gaynor ought to be put where he will never have a chance to harm any other I lThe RegistrarGeneral for Ireland reports a decrease of 890 In the I population for last year The excess of births over deaths was 27786 which was offset by an emigration I of 28676 Of the births registered 973 per cent were legitimate the remaining 27 per cent being almost I altogether contributed from Orange Ulster The Heralds sporting editor IsrI I r now filling his egotistical column with abuse of Col Whallen Capt Carney and others thinking his wide and varied experience will sWl1YI I public opinion We say wide and torithatI Next Thursday the venerable Francis Joseph Emperor of Austria I will celebrate his eightieth birthday iOf his eighty years sixtytwo have the service of his I been spent In IIII people as Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary Francis Joseph IsI a most exemplary Catholic I IIIWho are the six valiant citizensI who went to St Louis to testify to Vendllngs good character and whoIII I are furnishing the Wendling defense fund Its a cinch that Uncle S ins I Boys the A P A dark lanternI workers could throw some light onl this question I i II I Secretary Blrrell has Informed tho Irish members that they were nearer than they imagined to a homoI rule settlement by which each of the three kingdoms will have charge oft its own affairs The Post and Herald cried loudl andtloud for his release Its certainly hard to satisfy some people I I YOUNG PRELATEI I I BishopElect Chartrand IS rOnlyForty Years Old The Right Rev Joseph Chartrand Coadjutor Bishopelect of Indian andhI was born on MayX11 I be the youngest Bishop in the UnitedI States He Is of French and IrlsnI extraction After attending the St Louis University he studied for awhile L at the celebrated University of Innsbruck Later ho returned to the United States and completed his course of studies at St Meinrads Seminary By special dispensation he was ordained before the canonicalI ngIThe Bishopelect is recognized as one of the most learned and eloquent men in the diocese of Indianapolis lie speaks French German andIII Italian as well as English As Father I Chartrand be has been beloved andI II esteemed by the clergy and laity INVESTITURE CEREMONY II cEmtle A Link a son of Mrs Vic itorla Link will be Invested with the habit of the Brown FranciscansI at Cincinnati on Monday He began Olhls studies with the Franciscans five ago and expects to complete I course eight years hence He IsI jx younger brother of William LInk Secretary of Mackln Council and of Aloyslus Link DOMINICAN VISITORS Mc1e1 of Studios Washington D C and the Rev Father John Justl O P of St Vincent Ferrers Convent york are at present stopping NewII Louis Bertrands Convent these able Dominicans are natives of I Louisville and each has relatives in this city Father McHugh isa sow of Mr and Mrs Patrick McHugh of Eleventh and Maple streets eDAOIC FROM EAST The people of St Leos congrega tion at Highland Park were delighted over their pastors return from the East and gave him a cordiall welcome last Sunday Father Fitzgerald had been visiting relatives In New York and judged from appearances his vacation was beneficial as well as enjoyable MERIT REWARDED T Fink Martin has been appointed Assistant City Ticket Agent for the L and N railroad with headquarters In the Paul Jones building He succeeds L W Hughes who has been promoted to City Passenger Agent at Memphis Mr Martin is a son of Albert V Martin one of the L and Njitldrneys He spout four yearsi In tM general offices of the oompaiiy sad has darned his present Promo Ron IJ t4tt tail t1- I N a 11 I t SOG1ETY itiStfStfStiSttSttSOttStiattass Misses Mario OHearn and Laura Hollenkamp are visiting in Asheville N C J Miss Margaret Maloney is visiting her sister Mrs Charles Kruger In j Chicago I The Misses McCloud left Wednes day for a fifteen days trip through the East i Mrs R H Edelon has returned from a visit to Miss Carrie Edelen at Springfield Miss Mamie Barrett has returned from a visit to the Misses Foley at Pewee Valley I IMisses Anastasia Wlcl stead and Bstello Fraule aro visiting friends In Daviess county Miss Josephine Holntzman of Fifth and L streets is visiting rela tives in Chicago Illi Miss Mary Lorotta Schweers is visiting her classmate Miss Mattie Rapier at Bardstown IMiss Ella Kouwenberg left last week to visit her sister Mrs Ben Johnson at Bardstown I IMisses I Anna and Alice Cahlll are at Bay View Mich where they will spend tho rest of August J I I Patrick Clifford and wife of Port land have Deen spending tke week with relatives in ChicagoIIEdward Doyle and wife and children of 0 street have been enjoying a visit to relatives at Lexington Mrs Anna Burns of South Louis I ville has been visiting Mrs Millet and other relatives at CincinnatiI IMisses Nellie Bulgur and Loretta Keegan of South Louisville visited friends In New Albany last week IMiss Mary Louise Murphy Is spending the week with her cousin Miss Ollle Kuhn in Frankfort Ky Misses Frances and Eleanor Mc Kenna of Fairfield arrived last week to visit friends in Louisville i IMiss Margaret Morgan of Dumcs nil street left last Sunday for a I weeks visit to friends in Chicago I1lIses Margaret Murphy and Lor etta Brennan are guests of Missi Katie May Ragan at Sellersburg Ind I IMiss Ethel Lapallle of Portland Is home from Memphis where she formed one of a weeks house party IIaHsses Julia ONeill and Elizabeth Bender of Portland loft Saturday for Valley Station to vIsit relatives I John F Oetken and Albert D Gregg have been at Shelby ville this week attending theShelby county fair I Judge Matt ODoberty and wife sina svheethOYI1 XDldSWe l lIP Spring Vir weeks niltrSevra11 I11rs Rose Ansback of West Jef ferson street has been spending the week In Chicago the guest of her sister I IJohn Ryan and wife of Highland Park left last week to spend some time with relatives in Glasgow and vicinity I I IMrsI L McCloy of Clifton had as guests this week Mr and Mrs John Burns and daughter Pauline of Chicago I Miss Ida Couchman has returned folio after a months visit to friends in St Louis Jefferson City and Holt SummltlIo I Mrs Mary Murphy of South Louisville will leave Monday to visit her daughter Mrs J C Hale at Howell Ind i EveningPostIndianapolis tho guest of Mrs G F and Miss Alice Hofman j Misses Mary and Augusta Holmes of 1916 Fourth avenue have re turned from a two weeks visit to relatives at Hodgenvllle IIisses Katie Henley and Cath erine McAughan who have been vis Ring in Chicago will spend next week at Benton Harbor I daughtor morrow from a two weeks sojourn with Mrs Victoria Nqdortfij Mrs William Dalton of Collins Court has had her sister Miss Nannie Davis of Bardstown Junc tion as her guest this week I 1Irs Lawrence J Timmons who Ehzaboth 1 to the great delight of her friends I Guy E Osterman the genial Seel bach cigarstand manager has been on his vacation this week going to French Lick fortt three days stay anddlughIterI North Twentyfourth street loftt Monday on a trip to Cincinnati andI t Detroit IGov Willson and wife arrivedl I from Frankfort last Saturday andl on Monday left to spend three weeks at Weauetonslng and in the Laka region I II I andviiil City New York and other places of f Interest I Misses Mae and Clara Gauepohl of Covington spent Sunday in Louisville as guests of Mr and Mrs Harry A Veeneman of East Chest nut streets DoianandJamee J Kefe united in mar lags fcy tbe Very Rev bather Crnat It Patricks eau ilre ea Tuesday after 0 noU Ci Rt ++oeHeot HoHi mtm mmmwmmmmm +++ + + + + mwmf 8 H IiyIi 51t KENTUCKYYII- I f u IRISH AMERICAN it- w ii- rr U t Zrr s3to Brightest Catholic Weekly in the Southwest X- Z s vvo ONE DOLLAR PER YEARlyy AA- yy 1h- ss sIfYou Want All the News and Particulars of Happenings tin Catholic Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This Paper i yy Yyy yy yy h- II Foreign Countries 150 Per Year Home Phone 946 it r NNNN 4 4 a NMMM NN M1SN M NNNS1lN NNN N NMh N MI H NNN N N N N N NNA rA A A A noon Both have hosts of friend who are extending congratulations Mr and Mrs Keane have begun housekeeping at 607 East Gray street Misses Nora and Mayme Murphy of Smyser avenue have as their guest Miss Nanna Trautman ol Paducah with whom they spent the month of July Mrs Catherine Morgan Mrs Nannle Morgan and Frank G1 r gan of Portland loft Saturday for a tour of the Western cities and Yellowstone Park Misses Loretta and Florence Reh have gone for a Western tour thatI will include St Louis Kansas City 5and St Joseph Mo They expect f0 be gone several weeks Misses Katherine and Dee CullI van of New Albany were last week members of a house party at the residence of Mr and Mrs C H Dairies of Flora Heights Mr and Mrs P H Callahan and little daughter Edith who have been abroad since May arrived home on Wednesday The greater part of the time was spent in Ireland Mr and Mrs Matthew Brennai are spending the summer at their country homo on the Cane Run road Dr and Mrs W B HendrIcks am Jesse Vonslck were their guests this week Chester Wentzell and bride win was Miss Anna Mllllgatf will return from their wedding trip next Saturday when they will be at home to TwentyIwill leave today to spend a wool t sitngjfrieitdswatwBloomtleld Shl will bo accompanied by her daughter Miss Mary Clines and little grandson Thomas D dines Jr 1Edward M Thoben has been visit at Lawrenceburg Ind the guest ling Mr and Mrs W A Taylor At an entertainment given In his hono he gave a first class vaudeville performance and made many friends 11IIss Eleanor Sullivan entertainer on Thursday evening of last week in honor of her guests Miss Non Sullivan of Lafayette Ind and Miss Clara Haley of Frankfort The guests were Misses Florence Ruehl Josephine OConnell Georgia Ruehl Margie Rellhan Jane Keans Mabo Hamilton Katie Gleason Mar Mallon Rosa Lee Imelda Shea Mary Hogan Rita and Mary Sullivan and Messrs Earl Hamilton Henry Schaeffer John Hogan Wll Hanrahan Thomas Muldoon Dante Lawler D J Gleeson John Flynn Louis Weiss Bernard Morthorst Patrick Flahlve Frank Smith Arthur Hill John Dwan David J Maloney and John Sullivan PROUD OE IT Londons Lord Mayor Is Not Ashamed of Faith Sir John Knill the Lord Mayor ol London is an active practical Catholic He is President of the Superior Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society of England and took active part In the conference of the society at Sheffield In urging young men to Join the society ho raid that it Was his privilege to join the Society of St Vincent de Paul In 1S77 when his father was President ol the Superior Council The young men of the present day he con tinued think very little indeed about the poor their chief idea was pleas pleasureicouldin their own homes to take part in their troubles to help them and if possible to put them on a safe footing in the world Sir John Knlll Is the second Catholic Lora Mayor of London since the Reformation his father having been the Itlrst MRS COLL IMPROVES Jeffersonlvllle was can of gasoline exploded at her home t last Saturday is much improved It Is not believed she will be per manently disfigured as a result of the burns and her family and friends are congratulating her on her fortunate escape from serious Injury ANNUAL K OF C OUTING Louisville Council Knights of Columbus will give Its annual out- Ing at fern Grove next Tuesday Only members of the order and their families will be permitted te attend The steamer Columbia will carry the eceuraioalsts from the ferry wharf la the morning and lallt1te d 0- U a- D a- r ui JI 1 i c c t COLUMBIAN COLLEGEOWENSBORO KENTUCKY- A Thorough and Practical School For Boys and Yuung Men Commt rclal Preparatory and Collegiate Courses Boarding Students reside in the College Terms reasonable Write catalogJOHN COONEY A 111 Pres KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING I t + + t I t I VFIWE WINES CHAMPAGNES AU KOLJB345 West Green Street EZQUOKZ OIOARI ftMe M t UiUjV JU J 1 I h PETER M ANDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET afternoon The start for home will bo made at sundown There will be music and dancing games for chll dren and In the afternoon a big ball game for tho Knights Ice cream and other light refreshments will be furnished free- KNIU111S UP IIOLIIHBDg Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Indianapolis Knights are arrang ing a presentation to Bishopelect Chatard In the future I adjdresshomo on Rock river for the Knights of Itockford Ill I The coming fall initiation at New port will increase the membership there to over 200 This is one or Kentuckys live councils Niagara Falls Council will exam plify the third degree for a large class early In the fall The ceremony will take place at Niagara University The Knights of South Bend IndI will move into American Hall on October 1 and will soon thereafter hold an autumn festival that will last a week Rhode Island Knights will cele brate Columbus day at Providence banI quet They will Invite all Catholic societies In the State to participate TOURING OLD COUNTRY Letters received last week from Alderman James M Treasy Robert J Hagan and Clem Huggins who are touring Europe say they are en- Joying the trip immensely and are In the best of health They have been through Ireland and will have tome interesting experiences to relate on their return home BEWARE THE QUARREL Fathers and mothers do not quar1 reI at any rate n Un the presence yf your klldren If you must sayt- 1 I I 9 t i jJ foititi r IOpplnlcrurbanI t CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses In Louisville 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season attended the outing given b I Division 1 A O II at Fontafn- Ferry Park on Wednesday evening j Hibernians from every section oft the city were on hand and not a few were accompanied by German friends showing that tho German Irish alliance Is not an empty dream Thomas Keenan Sr was Chairman- of the committee that had arranged1 the affair and tho manner In which the programme was carried out showed careful thought and efficient executive ability- Everything smacked of Hibernian Ism There were Irish songs Irish orchestral music and harp solos that brought out tho rare music of Erins melodiesTho amusement devices caught the crowd and all entered i Into the rollicking Spirit of th evening There was ono event thaeltI I the Stonebeat kissing Blarney watching Sergt Jerry Quill and Station Keeper Grassy Dolan bump thebumps Neither are light weights and their attempt at maintaining dignity in their descent brought tears as well as laughter to th throngState President George J Butte and County President Patrick Welsh sere present and were given tho glad hand by hundreds of old friends Time and again they had to repeat the story of tho recent national convention at Portland Ore Martin J Cusick Officer Thomas Fitzgibbons William M Higgins James P Barry Thomas Lawler Thomas Keenan Jr Austin Nally Sergt Patrick Meehan and a host of other Hibernians helped to make the evening enjoyable Col Tony Landenwich was indefatigable in hisI efforts to please and well he succeeded As a result of the outing a tidy sum will be added to Division 1s treasuryII HEART FAILURE I Caused Sudden Death ofI Popular Local Jeweler I Ii i Jacob Brunn the well known c jeweler was found dead on a bench I in Jacob Park on Tuesday afternoon J Death resulted from heart failure Mr Bruni had not been in good health for some time but his i condition was not regarded as serlII OUStHe took a ride to tho parltr Tuesday morning leaving his store on Jefferson street near Third about 10 oclock His body was found four hours laterCMr Brunn was born in Germany seventytwo years ago but had lived In Louisville since 1872 He established i a jewelry business on his arrival and soon built up a thriving i trade Ho is survived by his wife I and the following children Max I Charles Arthur and Benjamin Brunn and Mrs Joseph Kahn and t Mrs Vie Lorch The deceased was liberal in mind amMnpockot Ho gave muchto theII cause of charity yet his giving was j always unostentatiously done Hotwas a splendid citizen and a man that anyone would be pleased to call a friends11 EXPECT BIG CROWD The game tomorrow afternoon between Portland and Butchortown at Portland Park promises to make a record for attendance at a semipro fessional game for this city and will be the second game beween these I two for the city championship I Butchertowri won the first game last Sunday at their park in an ex citing three to twp contest before a crowd which rooted every minute for their respective favorite Capt t Harry Lally will use Boardman and Harperland t Butchortown Umpires Ryan and Melvin will offlclntcEFETES FOR IOSlITALII Arrangements for the lawn fete to bo held on the hospital grounds for tho benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital are progressing I very favorably Both the ladles and gentlemen behind the movement are I rapidly Interesting hundreds ot oth I ers In the good work The fetes will I oe held on the afternoons and evenings of Tuesday and Wednesday August 30 and 31 Committees are meeting twice or thrice a week and everything points to a successful i outcome MONSIGNOtl MDEVlTT NOW Catholic Philadelphia is rejoicing I over new honors bestowed upon three of her worthy sons The Rev Philip t R McDevltt Diocesan Superintendent of parish schools has beenI beenIt made a Knight Commander ot the t Order ot St Gregory and Samuel Castner Jr a Chamberlain of the Cape and Sword VISITING IN CHICAGO Rev Father Charles Curran pas NewlI visit in Chicago where he has a number of friends REAL ICE HELP To keep a plate or bowl from slipping off of the ice in the ice chest I first put one thickness of newspaper I on the Ice and any vessel can then be placed on ft with perfect safety I as it will not slip- CONCERNING CHARACTER Character IB made up ofsmall duties faithfully performed of de 1nlalot MlfMCrllce of kindly and duty The backbone o Ij character is laid at home an i whether the constitutional tendon j clee be good or bad home influences I will aa a rule fan them Into activity Kindness begets kind new and truth and trust will bear a rich harvest t i I of truth and trust There are many I trivial acts of kindnew which teach1 a r charactethattmattr m D k 0 Gn n 1 FERMANAGH Ancient House ot the Maguire Is Full of Olden Metuorieso Mountains and Hills ArcAmoiig Most Picturesque In Ireland I Rivers and Streams Are Note sIL In Modern History of Jjivnd CONTAINS VARIOUS OLD RUIN Fermanagh Is another Irish county full of historical and traditional in forest It belongs to the Province o f Ulster is bounded on the north by Donegal and Tyrone on tho east by seateh by Cavan and on the west by Leltrlm Its greatest length Is forty five miles and its average width l twentyseven miles The population Is in the neighborhood of 80000- T county took Its name from a tribe called FlrMonach or the me of Monach and these were named from their ancestor Monach fifth descendant from Cahimore King of Ireland from A D 120 to 123 Monach settled on the shore of Lough Erne in the northwestern part of the county His posterity eventually spread over the entire county Topographically Fermanagh has been described as a trough in the bottom of which lies the great chain of lakes formed by the two Loughs Erne A belt one or two miles wide along the lakes at both sides is level but beyond this on either side the country Is nearly all hilly or mountainous 2188landrespectivelyI919 feet high It is a conspicuous and precipitous rock noted for its caves In several of these caves are ancient inscriptions in Gaelic Slleve Rushen and Knocknlnny are other noted hills In the county Slleve Beagh celebrated ln legendary his tory is on the point of junction ot the three counties Jermanagh Tyrone and Monaghan The river Erne Is the great drain age artery of Fermanagh and has its through the greater part of the county Into the Erne or Its ex pansions flow a number of rivers down the sides of the trough tram northeast and southwest Other rivers in the county are the Cladagh tho Arney the Slices and the Roogngh Smaller streams are the Colebrooke the Tempo the Bellna mallard tho Bannagh and the Ter mono f Eiinlsklllen the asslzq town has a population i of something like 5000 It is built on an Island formed by branches of tho river Erne and has suburbs on the mainland on both The town is situated In the midst of a beautiful and well cultl vated country Newtown Butler Rosales Llsnaskea t Tempo Kesh Irvlnestown and Derrygonnelly are oolong the more Important towns In the county- In olden days Fermanagh belonged to the Maguires and for ages was known as Magulres country Belle tale In Upper Lough Erne formerly belonged to the family of MacManus and from them it received its old name of Ballymacmanus or Senat Macmanus It is memorable as having been the residence of the great Irish scholar Cabal Maguire dean of Clogher In the fifteenth century who compiled the annals of Ulster a most valuable work which still remains to us IFOUR GOOD IIAIUTS There are four good hablts punctuality accuracy steadiness and dispatch Without the first of these time is wasted without the second mistakes the most hurtful to our own credit and Interest and that of others may be committed without the third nothing can bQ well done and Without the fourth opportu nities of great advantage are lost which it is impossible to recall LATEST FASHION FRILLS Black satin Jackets are finding favor Tailor made suits of silk and satin are the fad of the hour Chains are superseding leather straps for handbag handles Young girls are wearing great numbers of frills and jabots I Many foulard and pongceo suits are made In Russian blouse style Lingerie and tailored waists of white seeem about aqually in favor Cottons now Como printed In all sorts of Persian and old world de signsBlack chiffon jumpers piped wi t Persian silk or with black satin are attractive novelties Embroidered nets are fashionable and colored net waists havo been seen for some time Now gulmpes are of the simplest order sheer untrimmed unobtrusive and shallow Linings for evening wraps and coats are of contrasting color eltho of chiffon or soft satin Unlined short wraps made of chiffon voile and marquisettes are being shown in tho shops Childrens narrow belts whether In patent leather or suede are to b I had in a wide range of color- sdlwLltetwalete embro- lderedwlastcoloor r r or trimmed with colored bands IMany of the drew fabrics are shown in metallic shades and rib buns of the same tone are to be worn Leading waist jaodela Have low B Cka sad elbow steeyw many are Made with tkrtttjwarUr or elbow alesrar n- U UI D D- tt vrt 0 ST DOMINICS DAY Solemnly Celebrated at St Louis Bertrands On Sunday The largo congregation of St Louis Bertrand church was augmented by many former members and friends last Sunday when tho solemnity of the feast of St Dominic was observed The principal relig ious function was the solemn high mass at 1030 oclock It was cele brated by the Rev Father Peter O F M with Rev Father Rcmiglus as deacon and Rev Father Lucas as Bubdeacon Brother Protaginus was RightRevthrone In tho sanctuary His deacon- of honor were the Very Rev Fathe- James P Cronin V G Very Rev FatherDoyleDominicaSi the main music of the auarThomass was Gregorian chant and was rendered by the choir under the direction of Prot Hem mosbach thfpanegyric of St Dominic and all who heard him were pleased and edified He told why St Dominic was honored of his great work i combatting heresy and of the great order of preachers that he had nosoverlook the fact that the first priests to como to America with Columbus nor that the first founda UnitenStates was made near Springfield Ky mora than 100 years ago He praised the work of the Illustrious Dominican order and told the con gregation that it was to be congratulated in having tho Dominican guidesAtBIshopODonaghue Tho Bishop and visiting clergy were entertained at dinner In St Louf- Bertrand convent HOME WEDNESDAY Crippled Colonels Ending Foreign Trip With Hoosiers Our Louisville Colonels will begin a fourgame series with their oldf rivals Indianapolis this afternoon after which they will return home opening here next Wednesday with dUferencebetweenIndianapolis of former years Is tha Instead of fighting it out for fire- position l they are both fighting har l eto keep out of last place but on th playing merits Louisville should be tar ahead or the Hoosiers their many accidents keeping them in the rear while the Indianapolis team has never had a strong lineup With all its difficulties and poor showing Louisville has again proven its claim to being a good ball town having drawn as well as the first division teams Minneapolis with the prospects of winning their first pennant is only drawing 1500 or 2000 peo ple and Louisville with the same prospects last s6ason was drawing 8000 and 10000 crowds Tho Louisville public Is still loyal to President Qrayson and will still root to get out of last place before the final tap of the gong FISH FRY AND OUTING The Delmont Club will tomorrow give Its annual outing for members and their respective families at Scherzlngers Grove on the Prospect Interurban line One of the features of the outing will be a fish fry Everyman woman and child will receive t bountiful supply of fish and the best vegetables In the market In the event of Inclement weather the fes tivities will take place In the Del mont Club house- CONDITION ALARMING Andrew Mahar of Jeffersonvllle arrived home last Saturday from 110 j Springs where ht was for severs I months on account of Illness andI his condition is so serious as to alarm his many friends Mr Mahar served for some time as Assistant tl Chief of the Jefforsonvlllo fire department but for a number of year- past had been employed as a guardI at the Indiana State Prison at Mich- Igan City INDIANAPOLIS Catholics of Indianapolis are making great preparation for the consecration of the Right Rev Jo seph Chartrand which will occur next month Most Rev Diomedo Falconio the Apostolic Delegate will be the consecrator and will bo assisted by Bishops ODonaghue and Aterdlng COUNTYIRhode Island not only Is tho small est State In the Union but It has the smallest county Bristol which con tains but twentyflye square miles Eight hundred Bristol counties cool be placed within either Ouster county Montana or San Bernardino efghhcounties a quarters within the confines of the city of Chicago AMSTERDAM POTATOES Take eight medium sized pota toes pare boll salt and mash T0e four cups of mashed potatoes add th well 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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 I LORETTO Boarding School For Young Ladies NINETYNINTHl YEAR BEGINS SEPT 5 1910 s For Terms apply to Directress Nerinx PO Ky III 3 Piano Values==Our Methods In advertising our piano values and our methods It is qur purpose to advise with all along intelligent linesthe course i to pursue In selecting a planu one of real worth for the money you Invest We are confident of having the largest lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano the day you make your selection by investing a small amount of cash as first payment Our oneprice policy must convince even the most doubt- Ing of our superior service In treating one customer the same as another and is a point to he well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite inspections and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC COeI Incorporated 68630 FOURTH VENUE ST MARYS COLLEGEr ST M RY MARION CO KY Commercial Course with Business College features High School Course preparation for Law Medicine Phar macy Dental and Engineering Schools Collegiate Course preparation for Seminaries and Uni versities New Gymnasium with Instructor ls y vJiR- EV For CatalogueaddressJ J I i MICHAEL JAGLOWICZ C R President St Mary Kentucky NNN e + + + NN NN NNN 0 uuhUUUuuuuuuuUu uuUu Ii Home Phone I3 3 uu u silt Pbeea rM w ICED TEA FREE If you like this pleasant beverage come to my tore and try a sample glass FREE SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER This week I give one 7 12 quart Blue Enameled Pre serving Kettle with each pound New Blend Tea at 60c MULLOY alROASTBn2al t11 W I1dtARJCET i91 = E1 I D I ooiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii N t o t t FRESH EVERY SUNRISE ffn z f Ss ri J f y s s s TIPTOP II- BREAD 11- xx x s + for s Y1Joy- fii SAVE TIJE LABELS f ii iy1Xooi Yxo oo o 2 of GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET suIT THE CULUnRATED NNORTH STAR REFRIGERATORR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered deslr ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in thp estimation of them bUc DRJ T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and H rse Statist Forge JCIEtiTHC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Hereof CalM Per aad Delivered e 0000001CfOlOl 713715SdYnfc1H ST IEt s- l o IF rJ J Y LL- p0 k NlBkiI 1ANS WIt They Have neon Uuir g tbe Put Week General News Notes e of visitors are expected and ata Interesting session is predicted The Kentucky state Ladles Aux iliary was represented at Portland by the State President I IChairman Keenan will rePort U 0 result of the IrishAmerican day celebration at the meeting Tuesday nightNext comes the down the rive excursion of Division 3 on August VIC K ECKER Reelected Treasurer of Y M Grand Council 29 which promises to be a most enjoyable affair Patrick Holley one of the pioneer Hibernians of this city shared the honors with the State and County President at Fontaine Ferry Indianapolis Hibernians were among the first to congratulate Right Rev Joseph Chartrand on h election to the Bishopric of that diocese Division 4 continues to Increase in membership and holds its place as the leader in Kentucky Applica dons for membership are received at every meeting Lowell has formulated all arrange meats for the Massachusetts Sta convention and fir the big parade when it Is expected there will bo 15000 men in line The Hibernians of Syracuse and vicinity met County President Kelly with a band and red fire upon his arrival home at Marcellus from the national convention That way a big and happy tur out Wednesday night for Division Its members should bear in mind that every one of the other divisions were fuly represented The question is frequently ask 0s to when the Ladjes will hold an other initiation There are many who are auxlous to see the exercises in the new paraphernalia Division 3 will hold its meeting Monday night when three new mem hers are to be received As usual there wjll be cigars for all and a b turn out may be looked for When National President arrived at his home in St Paul was met at the depot by a largo dele gation and the entire day was spent in receiving congratulations All the members of Dlvislonl are expected to bo present Tuesday right to receive the State and county officers There will also be business of much Importance to be acted oni Prof Michael G Rohan of Mil waukee announces his candidacy for the National Presidency on an Irish history platform He is Chairman of the Irish History Commute- Miss I Anna Mafia National Pressi T dent of the Ladles Auxiliary will continue the policies advocated dur- Ing the past two years regarding juvenile departments and teachln- Irish history Division 2 meets next Friday night ot First and Market when ever member should be present Prosi I dent Ford will announce the date and appoint committees for the Phoenix i Hill outing and reunion A number I State President Butler will visit all the divisions that meet no week accompanied by County Presi1 dent Welch They will bring wit them the proceedings of the nations- convention and all who can should hear them- Ashland Hibernians have almost completed arrangements for the entertainment of the delegates and visi Hors to the State convention to beheld there next month The entire programme will be announced within the next few days The death of Michael Ward removes from the ranks of Division 4 and the order a Hibernian whom I everybody liked and respected After the funeral services at St Michael I1 I church the body was taken to Fairfield for interment The Ladies Auxiliary meets J Wednesday night Miss Rose Sweeney the President urges all th women to be present as plans for the fall and winter season will be discussed Reports of the proceedings of their national body at Portland will also be submitted CENTRAL COMMITTEES OUTING On Tuesday August 23 all theI branches of the Catholic Knights of America In tide three Falls CitiesI that affiliate with the Central Com mittee will give a picnic at Fontainei Ferry Park All the usual attrac tions will be In working order and special attractions will be provided for the Knights and their families It will furnish an excellent opportuCnlty for the members of the branches to become better acquainted FONTAINE FERRY G Fontaine Ferry Park Is now at the i enlth of its popularity and the most successful season of its history seems assured This beautiful place Is vis ited nightly by thousands of Louis villas best people who are delighted with the high clalto TRudeylHe show the open air comcfxts and other at tractions iftr next week another fine bill Idte bf the lt fUle MatliOnlaI promised u n I tV i O r Ji ry t ii SOCIETY DIRECTOR A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentThomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P Lawler Financial SecretaryThos J Dolan 2129 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr- SergeantatArtDsLouls Roller SentinelDavid Whelan 2rMeets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and ilarket President C J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording SecretaryWilliam T MeehanFinancial Secretary Jna J Kenney 1G07 Dume nil street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SorgeantatArms David M Mur phySentlndWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThomas J Uevens Financial SecretaryJohn G Hes sion 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArmsJames P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street- I HennessyVice Financial SecretaryThos J Lan gan 734 West Oak Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rffilly Recording Secretary John J Winn TreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArms William Callag bane Outside Sentinel Michael McDcr r uott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIBLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall President J G Cole MurphyRecording Me toIrody Financial SecretaryJ E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll FlahertyInside Y iwr iMACKIN COUNCIL 205 ileets Monday Evenings at Clu 1house 344 North Twentysixth KenneyFirst J A Casper 6herleoy unlff Recording Secretary Robert 0 orne 4 Secretary1VlllinA Financial Heoretary Frank 0J dwns WeberigInside SentinelA C Link StewartheVITAL SUBJECTS Discussed at Meeting of Division 4 On Monday Evening Division 4 A O H held one of Iiecareer last Monday evening Bertrand Hall several talks pertaining to Hlbernlanlsm aut d the benefits of Catholic unity bean thegroe President John Hennes evidently being the keynote Sta weqJ to s pertaining to the State convention beIAlternates from Division 4 were AlcElllotIt McNamaratl Callalg At the next meeting of Division 4 on Monday August 22 the Entertainment Committee has arranged for a lecture on an Interesting mad1 cal subject by Dr Charles L Edelen to be followed by a smoker and social session and the committee is endeavoring to have every member of the division present that evening Treasurer Harry Brady was present after a ten days Illness and stated that he had sev oral interesting propositions to brtn tbefore the State convention nex month A short talk on the light and heat merger project was made by Councilman J McDermott ENTERPRISEe The Catholics of Helena Mont will spend snore than 1000000 In that city this year for educational and church structures A new Cathedral IE being built and ita approximate cost will be 350000 A new die resan college Is also under way and when completed it will be three times as largo as Montanas Capitol1 building Bishop Carroll has been aided in his enterprises by gifts o the living and bequests of the deadII MACKIIf JUST RESTED Mackin Council took a night off Monday in honor of the Grand- ouncil Many of the boys were onI hand but all formalities were dIS- pensed with It was decided to give arousing welcome on Monday night to Robert T Burke the retirlnIrand I I President and Supremo gate i ST MICHAELS BRANCH Branch 32 C K of A fmlllarly flanfl afternoon and eyenlBg or Monday August 2ZJJirotap other branches and Meads of the order app eoWIally invited r r a IRELAND Record of the Host Important el tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The handsome school which was recently erected at Aughhaclea near byfifireAt many of the County Assizes the Judges are receiving white gloves the mark of freedom from criminal casesMuch regret is felt in Ballymote at the death of John Gorman who BARlOURElected Grand Council was Postmaster for the past twenty three years- Tllkenall around harvest prospects for the farmers in the Carrick macrpss district are brighter than for many years The Lord Lieutenant has appoint ed Louis C P Smith to be Crown Solicitor for the County Cavan succeeding Hugh P Kennedy deceased General regret is expressed throughout Mayo at the death of the Very Rev Canon Grealy Newport which took place at Bally haunls Widespread regret is felt In West port and district at the death of Mrs Maria Gill wife of Joseph Gill one of the largest merchants in the provinceJames McFadden a farmer of Portadown died from injuries sustained through a motor colliding with a trap he was driving at DrumannonFor third time the jury disi trialballeged murder of an old couple at I BtewartstownA Patrick Coffey has Countyyand wounding his cousin a farmers named Michael ODonnell CountynIMayo the Lord Chief Baron said that atJcattledriving but they were insig nificant and the county on the whole was In a sound state of law and order The Irish Land SubCommission has announced fair rent decisions in about twenty Queens county cases In a good many of these fairly substantial reductions are given there being only one case in which the rent was raised RockcorryCounty named Peter Paul McNally an evicted tenant was further remand ed on heavy ball charged with hav- Ing fired at Robert Mills the- o caretaked of the evicted farm At GHn the hottest day of the thermometerdI i whenggan suddenlysy Itelasted but ten minutes the streets became heeded LtA shocking fatality occurred at Llmavady Junction when an aged man named Shields father of the local station master was cut to pieces by the Belfast to Derry train when crossing the line The old man was deaf and failed to see the mangledhimAt the Roscommon Assizes before Judge Kenny twelve men from Donamon were acquitted of a charge of unlawful assembly and riot This was the second trial of the case as at the spring assizes the jury disagreed The alleged riot arose over a dispute about direct labor with the triedJworking on the roads aptto the administratorship of that parish In room ot the Very Rev Canon Thomas F Maclen who has been promoted to the pastoral charge of Dunmore in room of the late Canon Lynsky The Rev Father Conroy professor of Irish in St Jarlaths College Tuam has been appointed President of the collego IrHigginspointed parish priest of Cummer in room of the late Rev W McHugh lUVEUVIEW ATTRACTION Int teresting features again next week as Manager Simons has obtained numerous attractions certain to please the parkgoing public The Banda Roma and Madame Arnold and Miss Edna Whistler continue to draw immense crowds and maintain their popularity The exhibitions of fancy swimming and high diving by Bonnie the human fish are the best seen hero and always greatly Interest the women spectators IWSUOSDALEtt Barry Shahnon a well known and popular resident of Lexington has toKotmosdalewhero I elated in business with hie brother lnlaw B jGert Both are capable and reliable men and there ie no itltk nrueeeod r o- a N N NS NMN NNNMN- For Your Furniture Wan I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street f + Academy of the Sacred Heart CRESCENT HILL LOUISVILLE 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