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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v iv V 1 u n PTO f l tT t rJ IRISHVOL- UME r XXVNO8 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 20 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS WORLDS I I Greatest Congress Will Assem bio at Montreal Early Next Month Its Object Is to Promote Devotion to Sacrament of Eucharist Moro Than Six Score Bishops Have Promised to Be Present OPEN AIR MASS AND PROCESSION Many ot the ablest churchmen of the age will gather at Montreal to take part in tho Eucharistic Congress which will open on September 6 and conclude on September 11 The opening feature will be the solemn reception at the Cathedral of Car dinal Vannutelli the Papal Legato and the closing functions will be the solemn procession and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament Thus far 123 Bishops have sig nified their intention of attending Besides there will be thousands of priests and laymen and women It promises to be the most noted Con gress ever held In honor of the holy sacrament of the Eucharist During the week addresses on subjects dealing with devotion to the blessed sacrament will be made in English French and Latin Among those who will speak will be Car dinal Vannutolli the Papal Legate Bishop Clancy of Sligo Ireland the Rev Bernard VaughanS J of London England the Rev Arthur J vctellier of the Blessed Sacrament Bathers the Rev Richard Neaglo R of Malden Mass Bishop MacDonald j of Victoria British Colum Jia the Rev William J Finn C SII P of Chicago Rev Thomas jr- 3ampbeil S J of New York City he Rev John Cavanaugh President f Notre Dame College tho Rev L J Lambert of Scpttsvlllo N Y the J ery Rev Alexander P Doyle C S J of Washington D C Mother I oyola of York England Miss adlier of Montreal Archbishop lennon of St Louis and Arch J bishop OConnell of Boston II In addition to the ecclesiastic- aleaabaytlaerovllLbenice J y nal meetings for the clergy for lay men for lay women and for j SepItembertendered the Cardinal Legato and Archbishop Bruchesl On Friday morning a Pontifical mass will he celebrated in the open air Archbishop j OConnell will preach the sermon This mass In the open aIrII on the slope of Mount Royal beautiful J at all times but in September outdoing itself in natural splendor J ns the green of summer and autumn gold meet for a while and linger to gether will be a preparation worthy of Sundays procession Catholic societies all over Canada and from many places in the United States will send representative lay men to take part in that grand procession Coy Pothier of Rhode Island and his staff will be among those who will march four miles as guards to the Blessed Sacrament An Immense baldachin or monu ment in the form of an immense canopy is being erected at Parc Manse where benediction of the Blessed Sacrament will be given This monument will be made of etucco will be 100 feet high and will be supported by eight columns of two feet eight Inches in diameter I The four facades will be artistic and I will represent the monogram and tho various Eucharistic symbols The ornaments will be in stucco and gold From the center will depend hang- Ings of velvet fringed with goldIThe Eucharistic Congress will be clrcle911dur IItheII no disputed argumentsbut I every moment will be spent in furthering devotion to our Lord and I Saviour In the blessed Sacrament of the Eucharist VICTIM OF ACCIDENT John Duddy the veteran express man woo was seriously injured when a runaway team collided with his wagon at Twentysixth and Bls mark strees on Monday evening isI resting ae comfortably as could I expected but is not yet out of dan ger On tho day following the I toIaccident it was found necessary remove him to St Josephs In firmary His daughter Mrs John Henehan and her two small children Were in the wagon with Mr Duddy when the accident occurred For tunately they escaped with a few sUght scratches and bruises Mr Duddy is one of the best known and most highly esteemed residents of the West End and his speedy recovery in heartily wished for iron ST LEOS CHURCH During vacation an addition to St Leon ecbool building Highland Park has been erected This necessary addition has doubled the capacity of the school thereby giving 1more comforts and convenience to tho 8Isteriand pupils The Town Board of Highland Park has ordered granitoid aidevalki which irllln fee an additional heavy expense attar bulldln the chcl addition To kelp the paatorfthr Rev latter Jpkn J G1 rB l o 0- P tI Fitzgerald meet these obligations the ladies of the congregation have arranged to give a euchre with re freshments in the school house on TqUrJl1I DEATHS HAND Laid on Richard B Ban non Member of Pop ular FunnilyI The large attendance at the fu neral of Richard B Bannon on Tuesday morning was a testimony in acme degree of the esteem in which the deceased Vas held Solemn requiem I mass was celebrated at the Church of the Sacred Heart by the Rev Father Patrick Walsh assisted by the Rev Fathers C P Raffo and P M J Rock Father Rock preached the funeral sermon and while his remarks were mainly an admonition to the living he did not fall to pay tribute to the character and worth of the deceased Father Rock had known him from childhood and was eminently qualified to speak of his lifeMr I Bannon died at St Anthonys Hospital last Saturday Death followed an attack of Brights disease I He was the son of the late Patrick Bannon and was born in Louisville nearly fortyfour years ago He was educated at St Xaviers College In Louisville and St Josephs College Bardstown After leaving college he became associated with his father andbro hers Jet Bannon and ihr1cckrfann Aert1 e tfmeifils death Mr Bannon was a director In the P Bannon Sewer Pipe Company and in the Kentucky Vitrified Brick Company He is survived by his I wife who previous to her marriage was Miss Mattie Pickering and sixI children The children are Misses Louella and Alma Bannon and Sherley Homer Carter and Richard Bannon Jr Three sisters also survive They are Mesdames Llllle Hardesty Robert Burrell and Edward OConnorIDick Bannon as boy and man- made I friends of all of those ho came In contact with Ho was quiet and unassuming in his manner and his untimely death is regretted by a large circle of friend- sMACKIN COUNCIL I Heard Reports On Busi ness BothOld and 1 NewII I Mackln Council met Monday night with a big attendance and much enthusiasm John T Kenney the President occupied the chair Great interest was evinced in the re ports of the delegates to the Grand Council which met at Bellevue last week It was announced that a team from Mackin Council would go to Owensboro on September 11 to de bate with a team from Sarto Coun cil Many of Mackins members will accompany the debating team to the scene of combat The committee arranging for the lawn feto to be given on Mackins grounds reported progress and an nounced that manyt members were working hard for Us success More than usuaj interest was taken by the members in tho ex cursion to Niagara Falls and as a result more than 150 happy ex cur lonlsts rolled away on Wednes day morning Many of Mackins leading members are in the pats Tho excursionists will arrive home TuesdaySupreme Delegate Robert T Burke was given a royal reception and many congratulations to all of which be responded in his usual modest manner The next important event in Mackin will be the celebrar tlon of the birth of the council on Sunday September 18 when all the members will approach holy commu nion in a body I GRAND SUCCESS The annual outing for the benefit of St Josephs Orphan Asylum was held on Wednesday and was an unqualified puccem The spacious grounds were throng dfroutearlrmorning until late in the evening Quite a nice Bunt was realizedl for this worthy charity OERTD7ICATK POft 1JIS OP Messrs V K Ecker James B Kelly andDanleIf Hennessy are the members of the committee selected tI by TrinHy Council to present to Bishop tiDonaitoue a rtl6etitO life meinobc rH La the eottMil eertlfleate fs handsoinetir iriESrei TileII J tlI G I ti n- n c a i t F REUNION 01 Catholic Knights oi America Ought to Draw Large Crowd Mayors of Three Cities Invite to Bo Guests ot the Order Central Committee Vorkln Hard to Make Event a Success SOME PROMINENT WORKER Tho annual midsummer outings the Catholic Knights of America of heldiatday afternoon and evening The two uniformed military companies and tho seventeen branches will participate Mayor Head of Louisville Mayor Greene of New Albany anc Mayor Burke of Jeffersonvlllo have been invited to be present The reunion will be held under the aus pices of Central Committee of which Eugene McCarthy is Presl dentThere are few residents of any of the three Falls Cities that do not know something about the CatholIc Knights of America The order was founded as the result of a plague of yellow fever that desolated the South about thirty years ago Little by little the movement grow Louis vllle was one of the first cities tc take it up For a time it prospered beyond measure and then came troublous times Death devastated the ranks increased assessments were called for and dissension grew rUe With true Catholic spirit the leaders put their trust in the Lord ind with abiding faith guided the bark back into less dangerous waters For some years past the Catholic Knights have been prospering and the treasury is ample to meet present demands but it Is the earnest wish of all the members that the vder should increase in numbers end in prosperity To this end the Central Committee was established In Louisville It serves a double purppse 4 inasmuch as if gives the ltItarybusiness and at the same time gives meelleach3ommittee has given these summer outings and reunions It has caused ill branches to attend religious services which were preceded by treat processions it has given winter reunions and dramatic enter evcntjhasrder in the Falls Cities I This year Central Committee expects to make its reunion more attractive than over Fontaine Ferry Park will be more han usually attractive according to the management and a special musical programme is promised The order is headed by Arch Ishop John J Glennon who Is the spiritual adviser and the entire American hierarchy indorses this society that provides for the widow and orphan It has spent millions to protect those wno would have been otherwise unprotected Among those on the Reception Committee for next Tuesday night ivlll be Thomas Feely P J Dowling William Bennett William Benedict Newton G Rogers Major Gen Michael Rolchert M J Burke rlenry F Cassln Gen Joseph P Mc 3inn William Coonan John Gault Nick Halloran Capt Gun Kane D X Murphy Dr T L McDermott EV J Norton Dave OConnell Rev father P M J Rock John J Slat lery Frank W Smith Rev Father John S Sheridan George Droppel nan A Fangmann Joseph Gott irath Ben J Goda Prof C Koll ros Ben Moellman John F O rtelI J B Ohllgschlager Edmund Rapp dam Weber John J Soeder Lawrence Steinmetz Jr Eugene Mc Carthy B A Mueller Oscar Maier Peter J Hoffmann Charles Falk Stephen Vollmer George J Butler John Fackler Louis M Hammond Michael Lally Dr William B Do- herty Thomas J DIgnan R W 3alway Patrick Holley Thomas F Henley Thomas Keenan Sr Michael Sheehan Henry F Stoerr WIlliam T Meehan P J Schreck P R DeLeull M F Hill E S Mann C J Desse Harry A Veene ran Bon Beckmann J M Scharfen berger Philip Ackermann John B Alberts Henry Bosquet Anthony JJontedonlco Jr John Kenney Joseph Sayer J J Mueller Nicholas Bosler Herman Deddens Joseph L DIersen Charles J Dome Theodore hers Martin J Gathof Adam S Oat Jacob Goby Philip Haiti Henry Hunold F B Horstman Charles A Hill John Lopping 3eorgo J Rautenbush A G Sund Herman Wessels George Bohr George Fcldman August Muennlng hoff E X Wolpert Sylvester Adel berg Officer John Kelly Michael Vlaloney William Phelan James welsh William Cashing iprank layer B ACon Capt Jon B Murphy PD Madden Patrick Tracy Alex yeeneman Thomas Co Hinea John J Score A J Sheridan Dr WillIam H Wiithen Frank A Seller Charles Fttrtuicfc John Saw rfeoraas A BohAn Joseph irnorde iChumJT AQ 0 1 L Brownfield Daniel J Dougherty John M OFarrell John T Oar aghty Charles Tl Taylor Lawrence J Veeneman Henry Klapheke Joseph B Nlem nnCapt John HUbIbucbI Harpring Henry jNadprff and John J Schultento dlstriblttlngtfcketsa ticket holder who attends tho picnic and deposits a coupon in the boxes at the park entrance will be entitled to a chance on a handsome chair or center tableTILEWIIY Ser t Jerry QuillI Remains Single nil Keeps Smiling it HIti it not that Jerry Quill never married asked a friend of Lieut iffiko Rawley Jerry is now a Sergeant fair fat and forty always smiling and good I natured and I 6 ten wonder why I uPIsaid 1 Sergt- Quill y Jfl is argopd ind faithful police man and an all round good fellow WomanII llsh what I am going to tell you in the Kentucky Iri ih American Sev eral years ago Je ry watched a belltI in the business district where ajj floral establishment was located I Jerry was vigilant and attentive toI duty He had a girl friend and thoI understanding wasHhat they werq to iiI be married One day she told himI that the following day would be herI birthday He said he would send her a rose for every year of her life He went to the florists place and ordered eighteen roses When theII manager came ltand found out whoII had ordered the flowers he told the assistant to put liBia dozen more so that Jerrys owesUHeart got thirty roses Instead of eighteen That is why he never married Instead she married another follow and Is theII mother of nine children including I two sets of twins Jffhat is why Jerry always smiles S SOTJNDfpDVICE IJII Given Newslpys by Noted New Yoftker andII Poll InI I 1 I 0BigQOJ Ypr JiliQiII 0 ne 1 ti8 thealhid 1 th t1ly r aa Stdtmlay and later gave them all they 1 ranted to eat and drink When I ailed on for a speech the noted politician left his seat and said III My advice to every newsboy is I never to drink anything intoxicating I and never tell a lie And when I oure selling your papers day by I ay always keep one back Read ItII and read it well forit Is better thanII all the libraries in the world If you do that you will put yourself on in equal footing with the sons of illllonalres who graduate from ollegotbt4 11 Big Tim was vociferously cheered by the newsboysII t IlEOENT DEATHS IIMrIII IIcalledII Ing The little one was seven yearsII old The funeral took place from St i Vincent de iPaul church on Thursday morning The child was a niece of John S Martel of New AlbanyI Miss Charlotte Mary Stenger died i at the family residence 1502 SouthII gate street early Monday morning I and her funeral took place from the lacred Heart church on Wednesday I morning The deceased was sixteen ears old and was beloved by all who knew her She la survived by her mother Mrs Isabella Stenger and everal sisters and brothers Mrs Mary D Scanlon an old and respected resident of the West End died at the family residence 11837 Bank street early Thursday t morning Death followed an attack 11 of erysipelas The deceased is surI Ived by three children They areI Detective Dave Scanlon Dennis Her jiI IIfuneralatrlcks church at 9 oclock this morning The deceased was born in I roland nearly seventy years ago MrslcanlonI roman and mother ASSUMES NEW DUTIES The Rev Father Francis OCon cor who recently celebrated his first I high ffiaifi at St Johns church has asIslstanthunch at Owensboro Father Mc Jonnell who has been pastor for wentyfivo years is in poor health The assistance of Father OConnor will be of much benefit to him SHEA MALONEY Miss Imelda Shea and Davit J- aloney will be united InmarrlagoI at St Mary Magdalens II 630 oclock oa the morning of Wednesday August 31 The Rev l ather William GaHvepohl will perform the ceremony After a brief bridal tour Mr and Mrs Maloney rill begin housekeeping in Louls rUle Hiss Shea is an accomplished QHsIciaa and has lIMn much sought tier socially Mr Maloney is a fang young kttstossB man and c- reW bon laiaHklalclrcler- JSt1 f J I rib iJ ENGLISH Friend ot Homo Rule Move niont Passed Away in London Fifth Earl ot Spencer Was LOllS a Loader ot the Liberals t Was Twice Lord Lieutenant ot Ireland and Loved the Land MANY IRISHMEN ARE SORRY The Right Honorable Jobn Poyntz fifth Earl of Spencer diet In London last Saturday as the resul of old age and paralysis Earl Spen cer was in his day one of the Liberal leaders an advocate of home rub for Ireland and openly fought for Ireland in many a debate in Parlla mont His death is regretted by the people of Ireland who regarded him as a friend Earl Spencer was seventy slx year old He had been Lord Lieutenant of Northamptonshire since 1872 Chancellor of the Victoria University up to 1907 and graduated from Cambridge in 1867 In that same year ho was sent to the House of Commons He succeeded to the title upon the death of his father tho fourth Earl of Spencer in the same year In December 18C8 ho was appointed iLord Lieutenant pf Ireland during the administration ot Gladstone from 186874 and again from 188285 During his tenure of office be became a strong advocate of home rule and as re cently as 1902 when the question was raised by Lord Rosebery he declared that the abandonment ot that feature of the Liberal programme would mean his withdrawal from politics On May 6 1882 during Earl Spen cers second tenure of office as Viceroy of Ireland Lord Frederick Uavendish Chief Secreary and Mr Thomas Henry Burke Under Secretary were assassinated in Phoenix Park Dublin Earl Spencer who hud been expecting Lord Frederick CaVendlsh and Jin Burke to dinner 11l1t1ie uigtitthey were ssassinated was utterly prostrated oytne news tut far from being daunted by the ppalllng state of affairs he later cpressed his determination to pursue a vigorous policy and root out he evil which had caused the deso atlooxof tile country After these terrible events It pray Ically tell to Lord Spencer to admln ster the provisions of the crimes act Tn March 1883 Earl Spencer re sIgned the office of Lord President of the Council but still remained a member of the Cabinet until the lose of Gladstones administration In Juno 1885 On Gladstones return to office in February 1886 Lord Spencer became for the second lme Lord President of the Council 3y this time he had adopted home ule opinions and hla support was u1 great value to the Government hough the bill Was never carried Earl Spencer was First Lord of the Admiralty in 18921895 and in 1902 was chosen the Liberal leader In the House of Lords In 1904 it was fully expected that here would be a dissolution of Parliament and in that event the ate King Edward would have summoned Earl Spencer to form a Cab Inetbutthe storm blew over and the Liberal party did not come Into power In his younger days Lord Spencer was popularly known as the Red Earl owing to the peculiar hue of his long and bushy beard His half brother the Right Honorable Charles Spencer will succeed to the HUe UNION VETERAN DEAD The funeral of John Cusick who lied at his home 1502 Bardstown oad on Friday of last week took place frota St James church on Sunday afternoons He had been in ill palth for several weeks and his eath was not unexpected Mr uslck was born in Ireland seventy our years ago but came to America when quite a youth At the opening of the civil war he entered the Union army as a member of a New York regiment and served to the end He was wounded in Gen hmond1Mterjpulsvllle He Is survived by his I rife anil by two nephews Martin J uslck and Peter Cusick For more I I ban thirty years the deceased was Connected with the firm of the Mc knight Carpet Company He was I este med by all who knew him and his death Is mourned by many RECEPTION TO ARCHBISHOP The Most Rev Archbishop I rloellqr who arrived in New York ast Tuesday will reach Cincinnati on August 30 when tho clergy and eople of that city will tender him united reception at the Cathedral Tchblshpp Moeller hai been spend ng the summer In Europe and in Maggieleherfthe country DEOAiE A NUN J Miss Miry Maloney formerly oft Louie Bertrams prlh took r yews as a 9iser ofMtreyat ItCa 1 Content Aaet =roadway j I U- st U U- j CJ on Tuesday morning She will henceforth be known as Sister Mary BIshopODonaghuemony and was assisted by a number of local clergymen The annual1 summer retreat for the Sisters of Mercy closed on Monday the feast of the Assumption WILL GET KEULTS Supreme Delegate Burke Ready to Start West rtPAttorney Burkd will nextlW tute which Is to assemble In the Golden Gate City early In September Mr Burke will go as the official delegate of the Kentucky Grand Council There is no doubt that ha will make an able representative of Kentucky and that his efforts will bo valuable to the local ahd State councilsMr I is a rising young law yer yet always finds time to take an active part in Y M I affairs His evident interest caused him to be elected President of Mackin Council In that capacity ho proved his worth and was made Grand Presi dent of the Kentucky jurisdiction Now upon his retirement from that office he has been given still higher honors In being chosen Supreme Delegate I Both Mlcfdnt and Trinity Councils expect RbbeTt to get results In t icscal rLNmrtUi t JlP 111 ENTHUSEDII Over Splendid Showing of Division 1 AOH The best of feeling prevailed at J the meeting of Division 1 A O H on Tuesday night largely duo to the fact that John Holden was off the sick list and Secretary Thomas Dolan was recovering and that another ap plication was received The climax was reached when Chairman Keenan turned over the proceeds of last weeks outing which with that received from the County Board greatly swelled the division treasury Vice President William MurphY I occupied the chair and announced that the sick list was again clear and on behalf of the division ex pressed appreciation of the work of Chairman Keenan for the Irish American day reunion County President PoJ Welsh was present and gave a succinct but in erecting account of the proceedings jf the national convention The representatives from Kentucky were present at all the sessions and through their efforts the South will hereafter receive greater recognition from the Ancient Order After complimenting President Thomas Walsh for his assistance and encouragement the County President pointed out the necessity for attendance at County Board meetings and the observance of the precepts of the order President Walsh Secretary Lawler Thomas Keenan and others made short talks and all expressed the pleasure felt at the presence of the county Delegate and the splendid start made for the year VENERABLE WIDOW DADA great throng of old friends attended the funeral of Mrs Mary ash which took place from St Cecilias church last Saturday morn ng Hodeath occurred at the homo of her daughter Mrs Clifford loete 414 North Twentysecond treat on Thursday afternoon ot last week The deceased was born in reland sixtyfive years ago but tame to America when quite young Nearly all her life had been spent in oulsvllle Prior to her marriage she was Miss Mary Enright Her lusband John Nash died several ears ago Four sons and three laughters survive her They are John Richard William and James ash Mrs Clifford Soote Mrs ratr Ick Boyle and Mrs John Green MraNash was held in high esteem by all who knew her and her death- S I generally mourned ROAD TO RECOVERY t Patrick Regan Superintendent of he American Ice and Storage Com paay who was Injured on Monday I much Improved While directing Pine work at his plant a block ofII ce fell oa his foot He suffered a I btlrwmi w u it U u U U 1 U 0 y AMERICAN Pilgrims Hear Feeling Expres sion From His Holiness the Pope Their Faith Imparts Comfort to Head of Apostolic Church Many Knights ot Coliiiuhus Made Pilgrimage and Via lied Genoa WILL SEE EUROPEAN CITIES The Right Rev Bishop Van Do Vyver of Richmond Va last week resented a party of more than 200 American tourists to Pope Plus X Monsignor Kennedy Rector of tho American College Rome assisted in presenting the Americans The Bishop of Richmond addressed the Pope in Latin in behalf of the pilgrims His Holiness replied in Italian which was later translated F for the benefit of the Americans In tart the Pope said- I thank you venerable brother for the sentiments with which Iin your name and in the name of your fellow citizens you expressed your lively faith and attachment to tho Holy See sentiments which can not but fill my heart with the greatest consolation and the liveliest com fort Seeing my children who come from distant lands animated by tho one spirit of the faith to venerate the tgmbs of the apostles and to pay homage to the vicar of Jesus Christ that is such comfort that however you ijay say you are the last called to the true religion yet I seem to see In all of you my beloved children true signs of that faith which while yet young showed Itself in the early days of the church when such as professed the Catholic faith met with tho greatest troubles and offered wllllpgly their blood and their lives And I seem to see while older Europe so often favored by the Lord with singular privileges Tails to recognize tho blessings of heaven the words of the Prophet fulfilled The kingdom shall be taken from them and given to those more worthy I thank you then for the corn 1c7rwh1ch you TT5gt8my neTCFD and I feel the deepest thankfulness for the lively faith with which ypii are animated and of which you have given proof by your visits to the holy churches and by your sentiment of affection which will be for me a source of great joy and a most meritorious work for the everlast- Ing glory of the faith in our most holy religion You are going to Oberammergau In the spirit of that faith There in that country favored by the Lord with special graces assisting at the fair of tho holy spectacle be sure yoa keep the faith bright in your hearts Do not forget to pray to the Lotm for him who is now speaking to yo The blessing Which your Blshd asked for yourselves your famllil and for all dear to you may it I found a great comfort to all a Before the general audience members of the Knights of Col In the party were received bl Pope In the throne room wb thanked His Holiness for tht Ings conferred by the Pope ol councils of the order more than a year ago After the Papal audience the pU Brims were received by Cardinal Merry del Val Secretary of State On the following day the seventh annl versary of tho Popes coronation they attended mass in the famous Sistine chapel The Itinerary of the American pilgrims includes Obef ammergau and the principal cities of continent and Dublinthe European Ireland On Tuesday of this week they visited Genoa the birthplace of Columbus and held a banquet there in honor of his memory HONOR FOIl UNiT Unity Council Y M I of Ne Albany held a rousing meeting thi week and tendered a most cprdtelxte eeption to James M Ashaprhnner the newly elected First Vice President of the Indiana Grand Council and Fred C Reisz and John pontrich who were Unitys repre sentatives at the Richmond convention Mrs Ashabranner had just completed his term as Second Vice President and his election to tho higher office is looked upon as an honor for both himselfaM Wlty Council now one of tho strongest in tho Indiana Jurisdiction L MARRY NEXT MONTIT The engagement has b nounccd at Newport of Miss lotte Grace Halloran the at and highly accomplished days Mr and Mrs John Halloran Third street and Robert B V Walnut Hills Their marrlil be solemnized In September be an event of much Inter clety circles of Newport i and Cincinnatir t SOCIAIJ8E88IOJIl Division 4 will have a social a lion after the ordinary routine In1 seas la disposed of on Monday nc Dr Charles Sdelen Will deUvvjl lectureJ on an interesting nJ oplc The Entertainment Con lee JfiU provide refreshments clan p iff II i V c r I S o 0- 1l1 rT w ruI3rUoK2xx1 AMeRIOAN EHtUGKY IRISH flMERtCflN lie the Stclal art Moral AdveceMeutef Irish Aawrkwn and CatfceHci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN POINTING CO Incorporated Puhllehere SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 56 entered at tht LeatavHI PortoWc u SecoadClmjo HslUr AMrM aM CtMHlcattui the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreo St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 20 1910 I F FIFTH BIRTHDAY r The Kentucky Irish America I extends Its best wishes to the Denver Catholic Register upon at taming Its fifth birthday Like many another Catholic journal It has suffered from lack of advertising tn patronage but this Is dally increaf Ing At the samo time the rapidly U a Increasing Catholic population of Colorado Is adding to tho Register roll of subscribers The Increased advertising will come in time Long life and prosperity to our esteemed contemporary DEFEND YOUR FAITH Now more than ever does the world need the services of Catholl men and women who can Intoll gently and who will courageously In public and in private stand for the principles of the Catholic faltt 1 The Catholic layman by his exam pie can show the worth of spirituality to a world that 1 IsI rapidly growing materialistic the worth of principle to a people that rushes after riches and pleasureI while forgetting or ignoring God Ho can show to his materialist neighbors the strength of a man grounded in his faith who knows whence be came whither ho aspires to gOj whose universe has its sure beginning and find Ho does not have to obtrude his faith andI religious practices on others offensively but he should be able and willing to defend the faith that Is in him at all times WOEFUL CONDITIONS The Rev Father Bernardl Vaughan always a plain speaker has been saying some very plain thing to the society people of England At London reoently he said Mere words are powerless to ex press the thrill of horror whldh 1 feel as a patriotic British subject- w If I reflect upon the consequence to England of thu ideas now in vogue among fast married people concern ing married life The very existence of love between husband and wire has become bad form whllc the great sacrament Instituted by God himself has become a mere question of convenience and personal ex pedlency Young persons about to enter upon the holy state of matrl JUan actually determine the number of children they will permit them plves to have in much ot th0 same slness lIke fashion as they settle law many servants tliey propose tc Kep The future of England the liborn generations tlhat should late this fair land of ours ardent upon such petty trifles as ball dress or a new motor t Father Vaughan has said old and English society it equally true of America but in this country rdce suicide Is not confined to society circles The warning DIof this plainspoken Jesuit ought to be erg and heeded throughout the land Hear Ihlm again The claims of personal health the claims of personal convenience tho claims of society even the claims of Dame Fashionall these things are put forward as sufficient to prove that It is the business of husband and wire or both or of lijther and not of their Creator to settle the momentous question of the nursery and the number of chil iren to be allowed in It SAjnd what does this destructive philosophy of life really moan Wall know well enough that the empty cradle must eventually moan the empty home but it means in finitely more than that It means B demoralized and depopulated country ripe for the hand of the tn1ad tr I means the fate of anfiMrilomeT ORANGEJIEN SNUBBED Catholics rejoiced when the House of Commons cUmin ertln objectionable language tie oath of accession oC the f England but the Irish peo I more reason to rejoice than f other The editor of the k Democrat says I gelodgel haVe been for tome weeks past for withdrawal ordefeat of the bill amend the oath of cceaeIon la jir eyes we have no doubt the st caimg of the Kntllth KOarch their loyalty and love M nU kring that all Pp tWeN Rors and he o Arlnof their K h utterly false an4 fdaawable he ICiaci of Bnrfiand w re rdig to tbeiIw ot tbilr c country the Orangeman no doubt felt justified in holding and giving effect to his own peculiar views as to the enormity of Popery Thi humble member of the lodge could not be blamed If he imitated the bad example of the Monarch The Kingj said Popery was Idolatrous The II Orangeman echoes to h with tie Pope it was pretty much th same sentiment in different form of words I IThe oath was drafted in the days I when the English political party the i used Protestantism as a weapon had I routed the party of the later Stuarts who were supposed to be Catholics and who were backed by the Cath olics amongst others The oath with all its Infamies of verbiage was designed to prevent any Papist I111 disguise ever taking ibIs seat on tbe English throno It secured that the King should not only be a Protestant but should execrate and condemn Popery It marked and perpetuated the triumph of the Protestan arty and the rout of the hated Stuarts and their Catholic supporters It was quite in keeping with the spirit of intolerance that fount expression In too penal laws ButII It was as much out ot harmony withI the broader and more ChrIstian views of our day as is the Orange order itself A hundred years ago we bad Catholic emancipation The old disabilities of Catholics were supposed to be removed Papists could not alone practice their religion but were actually allowed to hold property to vote to sit In Parliament on equal terms with Protestants But tho King of England was stll required at his accession to the throne to swear that his Catholic oubjccts were Idolators and theli most cherished religious beliefs nc better than idol worship When tile late King Edward ascended the throne be had to swallow that disgraceful oath4 and only the Irish memb0rs in Parliament protested against it But the seed then sown has borne fruit A bill removing the objectionable words lias been passed through both houses by sweeping majorities In future the King oJ England will be required by law to- be a Protestant He will not be asked to Insult his Catholic subjects or revile sacred things This has been done despite the thunder of the lodges It is pleasant to reflect that it has been done by Protestants of both political parties encouraged and applauded by llbcral Protestants throughout Ireland and England of whom we believe the members of County Louth Protestant Society were amongst the first But It has been done against the Insolent demand of the Orange SQclety to which many members of Parliament have bowed against their wishes The lodges have got their answer They have beet shown what enlightened and tolerant men in any age of toleration think of the spirit that would fain bring back the penal days English political parties have seen the sort of thing Orangelsm is and they have shown their contempt for it Why not Judg0 for themselves also the home rule cause of which the Orange party are the only real and avowed enemies in Ireland 7 Why not deal with tlhat question also on its merits and disregard the Idle vaporlngs of the bogus loyalists Orange Ism is only a nasty bogey with a drum in Its Inside Parents havo you mado your arrangements for sending your chit dren to Catholic schools The educational year begins next month and If your children are to become rood men and women they must be given a Christian education The parochial schools of Louisville are irst class If you want your chll Iren to take the more advanced ourses you are not under the ocesslty of sending tbem out of the State There aro plenty of colleges academies and commercial schools in Kentucky Tutider boys and others who sicbff at immigrants as lacking In ntelligence wonder why Kentucky Is not more prosperous One reason Ie that we get an Inconsiderable umber of immigrants They stay It New York work there make the city big and prosperous and the IteetPoatofftee ataUtlca1tqw they artf ending home an average fUOOOOOO In money orders each MBth J I Montreal ip to ie fkvoredu Wv i U other elUM tbIa year iaaraiMli j IJ n aa It la ta hayo tho World EucharistiC Congress Men learne In the church men devoted to honoring our Lord and Saviour I1In the Blessed Sacrament are Ito assemble there for a week of prayer and devotion Surely that city wl1l I be blessed Let us hope that the day Is not far distant when a slmjlar honor will come to Louisville the cradle of Catholicity In tho West A Minneapolis preacher complain that the bicycle and the automobile have diminished his congregatlo and now he fears that the advent of the airship is going to Btlll furthe lessen the number of his flock Why not trade the church In for a machine and Join the bunch Ho will not be the first preacher to go up in tbe air A combination of Inaurge Republicans and Democrats 1In Congress wilt restore the country to prosperity In that event look Jor a Democratic President in 1912 The Kentucky Irish American takes great pleasure In nominating Hon Judson Harmon for the Presidency With Presldnt Taft and exPres dent Roosevelt at cross purposes iIn the Republican party things look good for a Democratic victory in the fallSHERALD AND POST Trylngto Start RcllslouI War For Sake of Politics It Is amusing to read in the Evening Posts dally abuse of the police about the perfect force of the Grinstead administration and how the police were promoted for long service merit etc Take for Instance the famous Capt Luschlngoi who was promoted froni a shipping clerks assistant on Main street to detective and then Captain and Boone Jamison who was promoteI from a carpenters bench to II Lieutenancy As these two were I not promoted for long service th6Y must have shown their police effl clency in wrestling sweat boxe and making posts Cor fences Dut the prize promotion of all was the lease of the noted Capt Robert J Foster who after serving a term IIn I the military penitentiary In California in 1902 came here and secured a position as night watch man at Belknaps and In 1908190 was a Police Captain under the Republican administration Everyone will have to concede that was sure enough rapid promotion Inside of six years tram convict to Police Captain Another dally fallacy o r the new and true sheet Is that the police and firemen did not pay political assessments under the Grinstead administration Tho very I kids in the street knew that the police and firemen were driven to the Illinois Life building at Fifth and Marke streets by their superior and forced to contribute All fairminded people are becom Ing disgusted at the attempts of the Post and Herald to start a rellgloui war here by soliciting aupscrlptloni from the A P A societies and their following for Wendllng although at the same time neither deny that he Is of the lowest character findI guilty of continued Immoral prac tices in the past If Wendllrig Is Innocent he will be proven so In the fair trial which ho Is sure to get irl the Criminal Court and not because of the money raised by skulkIng contributors who ate afraid to have their names published nor because of the efforts of the Herald andI Post to Inject politics In the case YOUNG LIFE CLOSED Great sympathy Is being expressed to Mr and Mrs Lawrence Reichert of 4200 West Broadway whose laughter Miss Ruth Relchert diedl of typhoid fever on Friday of last reek The deceased was eighteen ears old and was very popular mong the younger get In the West End social circles Miss Relchert was cultured tChd charming and her parents are much distressed over her ntlmely death She is also survived by a sister Miss Lillian Lelchort The funeral took place on unday afternoon and the numerous oral designs bore testimony to the esteem in which she was held PAST FOUR SCORE Mrs Mary Carroll who has conducted the Sherman House Jeffer ionvllle for more than fifty years celebrated her eightyfirst birthday on Monday evening A principal feature of the celebration was the orally dinner which brought together a son a daughter two broth ers several grandchildren and great randchlldren The son Is Capt John E Cole and the brothers were Capt Michael A and William Sweeney Many friends called to extend congratulations and to wish her happy returns of the day VISIT BY STORK The stork visited on Brook street last Saturday and delivered a wee thof humanity at the home of Idward L Pope The little follow ill be christened Michael J in 1McClusky1 Ing in from friends and it is hard to tell which of the two father br randfather smiles the most FETE FOR ST ANNS St JLani church will give a lawn fete on the church grounds Seventh and DvtaM trtext Tuesday ternfton and veolncAn ex cneat rapper will Iw served In the lChool house for twarityflve cents trloua games will be provided and IiUR1 bndio prlM will be eon gdor11tt II ri- II SOCIETY IIkssueioesiosOsJames tion of ten days in Indianapolis I Miss Irene Sullivan of Clifton I11 visiting relatives in Toledo and Detroit I Misses May and Mattlo Farrell were among last weeks arrivals ati White1 Mills Miss Julia Burns was among those from this city spending the week at White Mills Miss Mae Connor of Deer Park has returned from a ten days visit at Pleasurevllle Miss Lena feeder of Portland left Monday for Talmage to remain Until September I Miss Margaret Conroy of Cllfto Is visiting her sister Mrs Ploy Burns In LexingtonS Miss Virginia Driscoll of Deer Park left last week for a visit to friends at Shelbyvllle Mrs John Hubbuch has been en tertaining her sister Miss Edith Her bold of Jetfersontqwn Mr and Mrs Frank McGrath leU for New York last Saturday and ex tiect to be gone two weeks Miss Virginia Drlscoll of Deer Park went to Shelbyvlllo last week to visit friends and relatives Mrs Joseph Nevln and daughtei I Miss Lillian left Tuesday to SPOOl I three weeks at Petoskey Mich Mrs George W Kremer and chll dren are at Atlantic City and wllI remain in tho East until October Miss Mamie Halloran had asI guests this week at her home Inl Clifton Mrs Leo Edelen and littleI son Misses Catherine and FlorenceI Hines are enjoying a visit to Nlagar Falls and other Interesting points In the East Myron Sheridan of Meadowbrook has gone East to spend his vacatloi with relatives In Syracuse andI RochesterMisses Agnes McGlll and Mtnnl Schrecker left Saturday for a trip to Buffalo Niagara Falls Detroit amI the great lakes Miss Joyce Gilbert of Parkland has been spending a delightful wool with her uncle Col Will semonin at JeffersontownMr Edward Heintz oft Cincinnati are jvisiting Mr antI Mrs Louis W Bqrhtraeger of 293JI West Market streetIt Frank Martin and Miss Margare Martin his sjsterShayo gono to Chi cagot6b34lm78uestsiof Mri antII Mrs Thomas Tobin 11IIIss Angela Henncssy arrived It her home in New Albany last Satur day after a much enjoyed visit toI friends In Indianapolis Chris Grpto has gone to West lInden Springs to get in condltibl 5for the bowling season Ho will re turn in about ten days Mrs C J Enrlght of Cincinnati I and Mrs J W Bryne and daughter I Miss Virginia are at French Lid for a visit of ten days Miss Mao Cavanaugh of the city I and Miss Mildred Mulllns of Win Chester have been the guests of Mrs Jet Mulllns at Eastwood Mrs Eliza Long of South Louis ville has gone to Grayson Springs I and with her daughter Miss WillieI Long will spend two weeks there Mrs William Bolger and daugh ters Misses Adeline and Nellie of South Louisville are at Dawson Springs to spend the rest of August Misses Fanny and Ella Sullivan and Eugene Sullivan Jr of tho West End are spending the week with M T Donovan at Russellvillo Miss Nonie Gibbons of 3720 High avenue who has been spending her vacation In St Louis Kansas and Denver will return the next week CltYj Philip Mazzonl and wife daughter Miss Katherine nave gone East tb spend three weeks at Baltimore Atlantic City and New York I Mrs John L McCloskey ot New York City arrived here this week for an indefinite stay with Mr and I Mrs Joseph J McCloskey 1337 Floyd street Judge iShackelford Miller and sons Sbackelford and Neville Miller and Mrs Miller who are at Muske gon Mich will return home the first of September Miss Margaret Malone of the Highlands had as guests this week he Misses Marguerite and Katrlna oflChattanooga Mr and Mrs Patrick Scally have theirIdaUghterEdward F Duffy The wedding will place next month Itake I J Flynn Master Mechanic of the L and Nat Nashville spent Monday hit birthday with his fam- Ily la this city During his brief tay he met many old friends Joseph Gobber an old and well known resident of Irankfort hal1 iUBll1hiI I Thomas H Hiae bu returned rom fct Catherines Convent in I Bhlngton oonatr wkere be want Lo ttoit his lUm ktiM aMiM Anna I v t cu jU V UU of t+ Ulr + mm + IUW SUBSCRIBE FOR THE tI ISKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN II ofIft I Brightest Catholic Weekly in the Southwest H Sl PssJIONE DOLLAR PER YEAR vv- Vs J ssIfYou Want All the News and Particulars of Happenings k I in Catholic CirclesHere and Elsewhere Take This Paper 8 vqs r s Foreign Countries 150 Per Year j Home Phone 946 i 4SYVIT z joooo 4 t bs4 oe H s r r r oxoo = x 9to o0 000Hines a novIce in the Dominica Sisterhood Miss Hines will make her profession next spring Mr and Mrs Dan Dougherty and son James Dougherty and Mn Edward Callahan and Mrs Dell Sheehan and son Elliott are spend- Ing the week at Niagara Falls Dr M Casper and wife and George Rleger and wife and Mia May Rieger are among tho number from this city who have been so Journlng at West Baden Springs Mrs V Link and her sons A CI Link and W A Link have returne from Cincinnati where they wit nesed another son of Mrs Link receive the habit ot tho Brown Frar clscans Roy Wharton the well know plumbing contractor and son Roy left Thursday for a short visit Ito his mother Mrs Jennie A Whartoi who is a frequent and welcome vis Itor to Louisville Misses Mayme Russell and Loren and Regina Lee ot New Albany and Mrs Eugene Applegate of Jefferson vtlle left Wednesday for Niagara Falls Toronto and other points of Interest In Canada Mrs Dan W Cunnlff and daugh ters Misses Mary and Tlllle Cunlfl who are ona visit to Washington Philadelphia New York and thp ocean resorts will return home the latter part of next week Miss Margaret Gilmour of 2336 Maple street has announced the engagement of her sister Miss Ros Angela Gilmour to Carl Doll The wedding will be solemnized nex month but the exact date has 110t been fixed Mrs L D Beard of Newark N J Miss Nell Brennan of Clncln nat Mrs Henry Terrell of Dan ville Ill Mrs W B OConnell am Misses Florence and Clara Kenny of Newport and Misses Anna Thorn ton and Nora and Teresa McDermott ot Paris were members of a house party entertained this week at the home of Mr and Mrs John P Han ley Crescent Hill Miss Emma Schmidt and Charle J Nadorff Jr have announce their engagement and the wedding will take place next month The bride Is the charming daughter ot Mrs Anna Schmidt of 2309 Wes Market street The groomtobe IIs a member of the firm of Nadorf Pros on Second street Both are extremely popular In Catholic socla circles and a host ot friends extend congratulations hEARD TALKS From Leaders on Recent National Meeting In Oregon Division 3 A O H had a very well attended meeting on Monday right with President Patrick T bulllvan wielding the gavel One ap lUicatlon was received and William Mulloy was obligated Patrick OBrien was reported ill and Officer Charles Brown who has been 111 was reported back on duty The delegates to the State convention from Division 3 will leave for Ash land on Sunday September 18 The convention will open on the follow- Ing day State President George J Butler and County President Patrick J Welsh were in attendance and each made characteristic addreses on their Impressions of the recent national convention at Portland Ore Those who heard the remarks of these leaders enjoyed them and re solved to become better Hibernians bUlKEMK iKUSlDKNH COMING M F P Leonard of St Louis PresidentIOfast May will pay his first visit to Louisville a week from tomorrow During his stay in Louis vUle a general meeting of the local hisIhonoralncd with a dinner Ferry Park REVEREND VISITOR The Rev Father Emmet B Ken- nedyi an old Louisville boy now in charge of a pariah 1ft Mobile Ala has come to Louisville tb spend abort vacation and will probably celebrate the tate maw and preach at St Brltldg church tomorrow tor11hiany old frteadB la1 UU city are C- Jn DaII IJ 1 j BIG DAY FOR ALL WITH THE Catholic Knights of America AT FONTAINE FERRY TUESDAY AUGUST 23 For this day the committee has arranged for a special and pleasing vaudeville bill special music and special attractions for young and old The Catholic KnightsSinvite members of all fraternal societies to participate in the reception to be tendered the Mayors of the three Palls Cities in the evening TWO FREE PRIZES Two free prizes a handsome Rocking Chair and Cen ter Table will be awarded at 1030 Bring your friends There will be no charge for tickets or admission Down the River Moonlight Excursion Division 3 A 011Boat Leaves Portland Wharf at 8 Oclock Sharp Gomnuhcc John Illloy Hugh Honrifinn John Knrntnn r IJ iSS im 8IIIIIIof In the Summer I Time s presIli I enough to bear without the hard one of POVERTY Have a SAVINGS 1 ACCOUNT here to PROVIDE for the future You may start it with ONE DOLLAR and every dollar you put into it will bear interest COM POUNDED twice a year I U t Ky Title Savings BankS mand Co 00Fifth and Court Place 1 Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p mlfiJi + 44 t 4tIf I ItitI ttI + + 4t + tttt 11 + 0 I 0 + 1 + 1 + I tf + ijlIJO WlJfD CHAKPAOmP AL KOLE345 West Green StreetLlQUOIUI CI-GI4tbt tI ttnn CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTFO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladies and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre seating only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic glad to see Father Kennedy looking so well MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Division 3 A O H will give a downtherlver excursion on the evening of Monday August 29 The boat will leave the Portland wharf at 8 oclock sharp The committee HughlHourfganI ion 3 nejor docs anything by halves I and the moonlight excursion prom Ises to be a great success I CONDITION IMPROVING Bernard P Mulloy of New Albany who was kicked in the face by a horse la steadily Improving though stilt confined to his home His friends are pleased to know that he will not lose the sight of his eye Which was seriously linjured RAISING IRISH FLAX Officer John Kelly of the Fourth district has raised a fine crop of Irish flax at his home In the county Mr Kelly does not pect 1to go Into the business as a means J lIvelihood but he takes great pride 1m exbibltlBC mple1 of fete J crop to his Irish friends Aug 29 RIVERVIEWLouisvilles Favorite Family Resort Presenting High Class Vaudeville Matinee and Night Free Concerts by SIQNOR CARLO UL1VIERPS BAND Dancing Best Restaurant in South the Joy Ridcevcrythlng newgrander than ever take West Broadway cars FRf3ADMiSSONPRES fF HIGH CLASS BVBRY NIGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY Monday Trust 1Open ONTAINE FERR THE PARK BEAUTIFUL VAUDEVILLE FREE CONCERTS y 1 3OPM I800 P M GREGGS TWICE DAILY BYIDANCING PHOENIX HILL PARKS For the Season HOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics SocialsOutings J geatlyImprovedequipment throughout Societies adparties shoujd consult tle aaagsente- fPhoeix Hill bfoneololsgusractso n o 0 cil I u- y ri Q- SJ j- JXV KENTUCKY IRI8UAlMERICAN 3 ran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietorr Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice T 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 1 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND t23 Je J BARRETTS SONS r FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSI ss East 11a1zi StreetIk oD J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET i ee + ef f + NNNNO OM 4lNpN S J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS i AND EMBALMERS I a Fun IsIied on V 11Curlar Notice t 1531 W MARKET STREET iNRNO OPNW1N4 THOMAS KEENAN Fungal Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All call promptly attended to day or night Carriage furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladle and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 10- 77CBTHOMPSON ixOi ISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Gods11e Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the fittest of their kind In the city Bteks Magazines and Religious Articles t or XVBKV DJMOIUFTXOIY 434 West Jefferson Street PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville lad own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and egUeptic patients Both male and female AtteritsAre admitted Rates very reas oaable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REQINA TIERCY HOSPITA- Lsrka AVCIM JeHcrsanvllle ltd HERRMANN BROS ncroaraaa rIsE WINES AND LIQUORSi DUUllors and Wholesale Dealers luI PioMt Brand of Kea tacky WhtokiN Mpwially Pearl of Nelson OTTLXD IM BOND W b M 1141 M4 IIXTH STMfT C L j CUSCADEN t ICE i CREAMWITH I I Designs in the CenterI- S f ALL THE RAGE TELEPHONE 518 AND 584 We ship to all railway stations Spe clal rates to churches and lodges 1 309311 Second Street Louisville FOR I I Furniture i Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYERI 419 W MARKET ST Jet Dougherty Everett Lansing Dougherty fanning COAL COIn- corporated Pittsburg and Jellico Coal Now is the time to lay In your winter supply of Coal Try Dougherty Lanning for the best quality of Pittsburg and ellico Coal HOME PHONE 17831 CUMB 907a YARDS 15tH I MAGNOLIA 7TH I MAGNOLIA All the late and new Styles and Shapes priCMCall Olre yen begs ai edeeatlea that win tree pare tken fer Hle ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broa4wy LANtovlllo Ky the Lnriau ttrrUare Cltw d rr l o a l os 1 KEPT BUSY Central Committee Mak1 Ing Progress PorC K of A President Eugene McCarthy presided over a busy session of tho Central Committee C K of A at St Marys Hall on Friday night of last week at which the different branches and the two military companies were represented Wllllar i M HiggIns reported tho programm for the reunion of the Catholl Knlghta that takes place Tuesday August 23 at Fontaine Ferry Park and upon motion Invitations wer extended Mayors Head Burke and Greene to be present An invitation to visit the encampment of the Uniform Rank was accepted Announcement of the illness of Gen Gus Kane was received with reget AVllllam T Meehan outlined plan for increasing tho membership after which Chairman John Schalda called a meeting of tho committee for Frl day night Newton G Rogers was present and made suggestions that were appreciated by all present Gen Michael Reichert and Sergt William Meehafi told of their visit to thr Catholic Knights of Chicago and th hearty reception tendered them They were successful in their mIs- sion and found the best of feeling for tho order on all sides Following their report and the reading of con respondence resolutions were adopt ed calling upon the Supreme officers to appoint a Deputy for this city and wIthISTANDS HIGH Humphrey OSullIvan Loyal to Old and New Comrades Among the Catholics In America who have attained remarkable distinction In the business world 1li Humphrey OSullIvan of Lowell Mass This captain of Industry Is a printer a Hibernian and a Knight of Columbus Mr OSullIvan was born In Ireland In 18M Coming tc New York at an early age ho learn d the printers trade In that city and still carries a card In Big Six Some years ago ho removed to Lowell Mass and engaged In the shoe business He is the inventor at the rubber heel and the originator of tho rubber heel Industry A present he Is Treasurer of the Sullivan Rubber Heel Company rreasurer of the OSullIvan Brothers Shoe Company and of the Mer rlmac Clothing Company a director if the Lowell Trust Company Be ides ho belongs to the Ancient Order of Hibernians the Knights Columbus the B P 0 Elks ofII nights of Erin the Celtic Cluli the Washington Club the Veteran Fire I ncns Association the Catholic Club of New York and the IrishAmerican I Athletic Club of New York FOR WORTHY OHAKITY I Tuosday and Wednesday after loon and evening August 3jO and 31 iI lawn fete for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital weal be given on the hospital grounds Twelfth and Magnolia avenue The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth are und r a very heavy expense in build- Ing an addition to their already large building and ask the public to incourage them by attending tho oming fetes Many handsome end I useful articles are to be disposed of SHERIDAN RETURNS J F Sheridan a former well nown resident of New Albany but for some time past Division Super railIroadI atcher of the Louisville division ho Southern railroad His ofII oturned with him and their many rlends were glad to welcome them lack to their old home Mr Short dan Is regarded as one of the most ompetent railroad men in this section of the country LORETTAS GREAT DAY Thirtyfive young ladies took arlous steps in the novitiate at ioretto on Monday The mass was elebrated by the Very Rev James P Cronin V G who went as the BIshops representative because BIshop ODonaghuo celebrated tho ontifical mass at the Cathedral hat morning Several of tho young ladles were just entering the novitiate others received tho habit and others still took their final vows HARIONS OPENING Jack Harkins will have a grand opening celebration at his cafe on he northwest corner of Eleventh and Broadway next Tuesday and Vednesday There will bo music and a fine lunch on both days He has invited hundreds of friends and expects to make his cafe the most popular emporium In that section of ho city ICE CREAM FESTIVAL Branch 32 C K of A more amlllarly known as St Vincent do Paul Branch will give an leo cream festival at Zlegleru Park on Monday evening In the event of rain theI estlval will be postponed until theI following evening Tickets of admls- IItnl and including ico cream areI only fifteen cents Dancing will beI ree The park is on the Shelby street car line- SISTERS TRANSFERRED Sister Constance has been transferred from the Academy Im aaculata Newport to other duties In Louisville and Slater Cecilia hit city wilt assume charge of the academy n Newport GETTING WISE At a conference in Sheffield EHIJ land tile Revr H Freeeoroug the newlyeiaetId President of the Mtoran Reform Ualwu ip akisi OR tHe aope for the future mUty of n 11Ir MENS 15 and 18 SUITSFor 10I Twopiece and three piece cassimeres cheviots worsteds and homespuns also some pure wool BLUE SERGESand a few CRAVANETTED MOHAIRS Regular 15 and 18 Suits for 10 LEVYSThird The Bright Spot in Louisville the Christian church said he firmly believed the great agency for th unification of Christendom was tht Roman Catholic church No other church had the outlook machinery tradition wealth and ability to bring together all the forces of Christen dom It was a strange thing to say In a Prostestant union but the secet lay there- KNIGHTS OP COL1IB1 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and elsewhere The grand total of the mortuary fund is now over 3000000 Louisville Councils next initiation will occur on the first Sunday In October and as the class will be n large one it is urged that applica tions be presented as soon as possi bleThe St Lous Choral Club made a great hit at Quebec and Buffalo and the Bison City Knights may opportunityIorganization Preparatory for the groat finding tay celebration which will be held October 12 the Chicago Chapter has arranged for a three days retreat for members next month Owing to Ibo large membership the spiritual exercises will be held in three sec uons of the city It Is stated that the Milwaukee councils have purchased the mag nificent Johnston property at Fifteenth and Grand avenue the price being under 50000 The stone residence thereon cost 90000 and when remodeled will equal any K of C club house in the country WEEK AT CUFF IIAVEN This was the eighth week of the season of the Catholic Summer School at Cliff Haven N Y It Is popularly known as childrens week and the youngsters certainly en Joyed a great tlmo The chief event was the open air procession on Mon day the feast of the Assumption It was the seventh annual procession on Assumption day but surpassed nil previous efforts After marching around tho grounds all knelt at a rustic shrine for benediction ot the Blessed Sacrament Rev Father Louis OHern C S P of Win chester Tenn preached an appro priato sermon FONTAINE FERRY PARK Another good vaudeville bill and excellent open air concerts are promj ised at IFontalno Ferry Park next week This popular resort continues to grow in favor A feature next week that promises to attract a big crowd will be the annual midsummer reunion of the Catholic Knights ot America All the usual attractions will be provided and special music will be rendered for the Knights FOR WOMANS EYE Brighter tints are predicted for the coming season Veils are less aggressive than they have been heretofore Suitings for fall lean strongly to ward the mannish effect Organdies are more modish than they have been for years Wings are placed upright on both large and small hats Coat sleeves are long and plain and rather close fitting Velvet and velveteen promise to be extremely popular fabrics Tho smaller the bat tho larger the aigrette or plumage seems to be the ruleClouds of mallne continue to frame fair throats especially in dance costumes Belts bags and shoes are at tho height of elegance when matched With the toilet India rubber bead are quito new and consist of hollow tubes simulat ing dull bugles White linen hats embroidered with white or gold are among their fancies of the hour rheturnback cuff Fr6nch cuffs on lingerie shirts Hem to be toeing favor with men Checkered gauaeJi to white and black are stylish the foundation matching one ot the eMcki m VARY TJtUM The Catholic who ry a sood ez pleprMoMiJ i it lel ZiJpu 1I 0 t t t G fit vI a 1 CROAWI PATRICK Thousands of IrlshPIi srlms Braved Inclem ent Weather More than 30000 persons took part In the annual pilgrimage to tho holy mountain of St Patrick or Croagh Patrick as iH Is called A1 anythingbutdeterred many of them spending tha night on the mountain side In order to get an early start next day The mountain presented a magnlflcen spectacle It was crowded Jn ever part and one of the largest congregations that has ever listened to a sermon gathered to hear the distinguished Augustinian preacher Father M A McGrath who journeyed fom Rome to preach the sermon Archbishop Healy of Tuam In behalf of the pilgrims sent the following cable message tto Pope Plus X To cardjnal Merry Del Val the Vatican Rome The Archbishop ot Tuam with the priests and people from all parts of Ireland and trot many other countries assembled 1 In the pilgrimage on Croagh Patrick Mountain send to the Holy Fathe Plus X the same greetings whit St Patrick himself from this Saul spot sent to Leo the Great an expression of undying loyalty and affection for his person and his thronp and prostrate on our knee we humbly beg his apostolic benefllc tlon DOUBLEHEADER Opens Series Between Colonels I and Kansas City Tomorrow Joe Cantlllons Minneapolis teas will play their last game hero with the Colonels today and a big Satur day crowd is expected to seo the leaders who at present seem to be sure pennant winners this being the first time that Minneapolis won the pennant flag since the organization of the present American Association although they have been closo con tenders during the past three sea sons Another team which hai made their best showing this sensor Is Kansas City who will be here to morrow and open the series with a double header Our locals still have a chance tc get out of the despised last place before the season closes as thoy bave a long stretch of games at home Indianapolis Columbus and Milwaukee being scheduled and from whom tho Colonels should win i majority Kansas City will have their star first baseman in the lineup and this is his last season in the association having been purchased iy Pittsburg where he will replace Flynn the best man Pittsburg has mad In years but who will be removed because of tho Jealousy of Wagner and Miller Good critics say Flynns tatting kept Pittsburg In the race LOST TO ATHLETICS Frora New York comes the announcement that Martin Sheridan he Ir shAmerlcan Clubs allround champion has under consideration a- very liberal business offer from a Western concern and Is considering Accepting it This would mean his retlre rent from athletics after the present season The departure of ohn J Flanagan the IrlshAmerl an Athletic Clubs hammer thrower who has resigned from the New York police force and who will remove to Toronto Canada will leave mother gap in the ranks of metropolitan athletes CON8EORATIONDtTE The Right Roy Joseph Chartrand he Coadjutor Bishopelect of Indianapolis will be consecrated in the Cathedral at Indianapolis on September 15 Tho Most Rev Mon sIgnor Falconio the Papal Delegate rill officiate at the consecration end will be assisted by Bishop Donaghue of Louisville and BishOp Mending of Fort Wayne The Knights of Columbus will give Bishop Chartrand a reception in the evening XAVERIANS IN CHARGE When St Patricks parochial ichool opens next month the Caverlan Brothers will assume charge of tho boys department The taverians taught the boys at St atrlcka for many years and until the late Father Gambon was made pastor Father Cronin desires to sake his school for boys second to tone In the city RIVERVIEW Rlvorvlew Park with its many novelties and addition of something new each week is prospering more than at any time SInce its gates were opened to 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Tues day night The Right Rev C P Maes of Covington will be one of the central figures at the State convention at Ashland Division 4 meets Monday night When a number of visitors are ex peoted among them the State and County Presidents The Indiana State convention will be opened Tuesday at Terre Haute New Albany and Joftersonvllle will be well represented Division 2 of Manchester N H has arranged for a big bazar for which the merchants have mad many splendid donations Indianapolis Hibernians are tak ing prominent part In the arrange ments for the consecration of Right Rev Bishopelect Chartrand Ten thousand people made merry at the celebration of the Milwaukee Hibernians one of the most success ful affairs ever witnessed In Wis consin Division 23 of Philadelphia has arranged a banquet in honor of President Nicholas Lonergan on the eve of his departure for the State convention at Shamokln The Colorado State convention- convened at Pueblo on Tuesday and was well attended Reports showed that the order was strong and en joying a healthy growth- Nothwlthstandlng the large sums appropriated for benevolent and charitable purposes there has been no decrease thus far In the treas uries of the Louisville divisions Thomas Howard and John Burdlss are leading the Hibernians of Boyd county In preparing a reception and entertainment for the delegates and visitors to the State convention next monthDivision 7 of Philadelphia has over 500 In Its treasury 1731 Invested in the Hibernian Building Society and a club house valued at 9000 making Its total assets about 13300 Louisville will send a delegation of fifty to the State convention at Ashland next month Quito a number of Hibernians and members of the Ladles Auxiliary will accompany the regular delegates At an Informal reception tendered National President Regan by his division at St Paul he was presented with a diamond pin as a toKen of the esteem in which he is held by the Irishmen of that city Tomorrow the ladles auxiliaries of Kokomo and Tipton Ind will hold a big joint initiation at tho first named place The degrees will be exemplified by the County Board team from Indianapolis The Ladles Auxiliary held an Interesting I meeting Wednesday night and It was announced that complete arrangements for the trip to the State convention would be ready for publication at the next meeting The Indianapolis Hibernians re gret the departure from their State of Rev John Ferry Chaplain of the Tenth Infantry U S A who has been transferred to the more Important post at Fort Leavenworth Kas I The Ancient Order will take prom inent part In the celebration of GermanAmerican day at Minne I wl11II Alliance The athletic carnival of the Ancient Order of New York county which takes place at Celtic Park on August 28 promises to be the great neighborhood track and field events will bring out the largest entry of cracks yet seen this season OLD RESIDENT DEAD Paul Vllller who it is alleged was the oldest born resident of Portland died at his home 3634 High avenue late Wednesday night The deceased was sixtyeight years of age He had Ibeen ill ten days The deceased be gan his lifes work as a carpenter jand later carried on a contracting business More recently he served as sexton of the Portland cemetery II He was a lifelong Democrat and was always true to his party nominees Mr Vllller Is survived by his wife and two sons Charles A Vllller Secreary of the Kentucky Elevator Company and Irwin Vllller His funeral will take place from the Church of Our Lady in Portland at 9 oclock this morning The de coased was held in high esteem by all who knew him- PORTLAND VS GLENWOOD Capt Harry Lallys Portland team will play at Glenwood tomorrow this game toeing their second meet Ing in the threecornered contest be tween these two and Butchertowa to determine tho semiprofessional championship of tho Falls Cities Last Sundays game between Butch ertown and Portland at Portland Park broke all attendance records for the local parks about 3000 people being present- HEPTASOPIIS i REUNION The Improved Order of HepU sophs will give a grand picnic and family reunion at Rlvervlew Park next Wednesday The gate will be free on that day but ticket holders are naked to gave coupons 1n order to have a chance to win prlaea A first claw band will furnish maete for duncinf darfar thep afternoon 1- o SOCIETY DIRECTORY 11r AO H DIVISION 1 Meels at Falls City Hall oa First and Third Tuesday- PresldehtJrhomlLs Walsh Vice President William Murphy 11LawlerI 2129 Treasurer Portland aTenueII SergeantatAnns Louis SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market PresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentRaymond Barrett Recording Secretary William T Meehan Financial Secretary Jno J Keaney 1607 Dumesnil street TreasurerJoseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur phySentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentPatrick T Sulllran Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J UeTcns Financial SecretaryJohn G Hes sion 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noo- nSergeantatArmsTames P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyVice Financial SecretaryThos J Lan gan 734 West Oak SecretaryDJI Recording Secretary John J I I WlnnTreasurerHarry Brady I CallaghanI Outside Sentinel Michael McDer nott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIDLE I Beets OH the First and Third Tues days at Plans Hall PresldentrJ G Cole I MurphyRecording Mc Jrody i i Financial SecretaryJ E Cole Jri I TreasurerBernard A Coll FlahertyInsideI FlahertyIY IMC I i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 tleets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth I KenneyFirst J A CasperSecond I Vice President ThomasI F Bachman Recording Secretary Robert Os orneCorresponding Secretary William 4 Link f 0AdamsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal Joseph Bartsch Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart j iCAnD OF THANKS We desire to express our sincere thanks to how Fathers Norman Crane and t Sheridan for their words of consolation fajlherthe Knights of Columbus Mr Al Emler and his Deputies the chow of St Cecilias relatives reavement We especially thank th nentucky f sympathy WIFE AND CHILDREN and evening All the usual attrac tions will be provided BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr and Mrs Bon B Schieman thelrjlawnj in honor of their daughter Miss Marie Refreshments were served and the young people enjoyed pleas ant games Among those present were Misses Elvira Miller Catherine Bannon Wllhelmlna Ulrich Marguerite Smflh Freda Schmidt f Grace Pfianz Florence Goss Adelf Relllng Mary Ulrich Inez Oleeson Nellie Meagher May Brennan Cath erine Shea Catherine Kline and Messrs William P Kelly Arthur L GleesenDleruf Leonard Goss E O Her shon Henry Rolling and Bernard Bchloman The evening was one of real jollity and will be long remem bered by those present OUTDOOR SHRINE An outdoor shrine in honor of the Immaculate Conception now adorns the already handsome grounds of Sacred Heart Academy Crescent Hill The shrine Is made of pure white concrete in several ter traced elevations surrounded by white columns and surmounted by a cross A statue of Mary Immac ulate fashioned from white marble will repose In the shrine The concrete work columns and statue were I donated by J B Ollgnschlager John t Wagner and Henry Gohman Mr CJohmans daughter Miss Emily re cently entered the Ursullne order I TOOK BRIEF REST The Rev Father Patrick Walsh pastor of Sacred Heart church returned I last Saturday from West Baden Springs The Rev Father I Daniel OSullivan pastor of tbeII Church of the Blessed Sacrament Vbohas been sojourning at the same 1 place Is expected to return home tomorrow J FUIf FOR BOYS The outdoor gymnasium for the boys of St Lawrence Institute has been comnl td and the boys are enjoying exerelie on herlzoHtal bars trapeaes nrtiM and pther things l tgot MMM ap the gymnasium I of 04 IH- cSr art tt all IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Flaxpulling has commenced and the crop shows a very promising appearanceFire broke out In Pierce Sons blg machinery works at Wox ford caused a loss estimated at 200000 Hon J C R Lardner member of Parliament for North Louth has beet elected High Chief Ranger for the Irish National Foresters In Bantry Catholic church Michael Sullivan aged seventyfive died from heart failure In a confessional box while making his confession The number of mowing machines bought this year by the farmers In the Farney locality Is said to be re markable nearly all being Irish madeA force of 170 police accompanied by six bailiffs proceeded to the Newman estate at Agllsh County Kilkenny and carried out evictions amidst considerable popular excitement A County Kerry centenarian Pat rick Donoghue who died in his ono hundred and first year was in terred at Nohoval graveyard He was able to dance a jig blithely up to his ninetyninth year Up to March 31 last the number of laborers cottages erected wider ell acts was 29186 In course of erection 6249 and authorized but not begun 9631 This information comes from the Chief Secretary The death of Mrs Alice Ward at Rathkeale has evoked feelings of widespread sorrow throughout West Limerick The funeral to St Marys church was one of the largest wit nessed in the district for many yearsThe Joint Committee of Manage ment of the Ballinasloe District Asylum has reelected the outgoing Chairman and Vice Chairman Rev Dr ODea and D J Kelly L Con roy was unanimously elected Deputy Vice Chairman Three young priests who were ordained In Castlebar left that town fur the mission in the United States 1 hell names are Rev J Mannion and Rev B J Fahy who go to Massachusetts and Rev J Brennan who goes to Brooklyn Steps are being taken In Jlmerlch to present William Monahan a vet eran Nationalist with a testimonial in recognition of his services to the country He served a term of im prisonment for his connection with the Fenian movement of 67 There has just been erected at Ennlsklllen a splendid memorial cross to the memory of the late Dean of the diocese of Clogher the Right Rev Thomas Swollen who died last year The cross is a massive one is of Celtic design and executed In the finest Irish limestone During a severe thunderstorm the Court House at Monaghan was struck and considerably damaged What was looked upon as pJiPinonv ehal was to see hailstones In August but strahger still did It seem that there should be heavy hall showera accompanied by thunder and light ningJoseph Connorn of Kllleshandra while returning home after spending the day at Dunn Point fell over board from a small boat that was oc cup led by two others Frank Rogers and John Craig and all efforts to Ileave him were unavailing He leaves a wife and five children for whom there is great sympathy monstereI Last Sunday Lady day Castle demonstration of Nationalists all parts of South Ulster The dem onstration was organized by the local branches of the United Irish League and the Ancient Order of Hibernians two bodies that stand out for unity and Integrity in Irish nationalityThe to the late Brother Yorke the founder and for forty years the head of the Dundalk Chris tian Brothers schools was unveiled on Sunday August 6 The ceremony was fittingly performed by Very Rev Andrew McArdle S J a dis tinguished priest of the great Jesuit order and a member of the popular Cembrlcvllle family whose early education was acquired under Brother presidedaand thousands wire present K OF C PICNIC The annual outing given by the local Knights of Columbus for the members and their families at Fern Grove last Tuesday proved to be one of the most enjoyable social affairs ever given by the local council and the morning and afternoon boats carried capacity crowds Coffee lemonade and Ice cream were served free and the merrygoround and other amusements were run free for the children After sack race po tato race fat mens race and other such events were held a ball came between two nines of the members was played In which the Barrys defeated the McBrldes by a score of sixteen to seven the features of which were the batting of D G pleeson the fielding of George Cack Barrett and the first base playing of Rev Fathers Cleary and Crowley who were on opposite sides To make it more realistic Umpires Coleman and Krul were mobbed by the spectators DAMAGED BY FIRE Fire of unknown origin damaged the grocery of W E Hancock 2231 Lytle street to the extent of 3000 late Sunday night Mr Hancock Is the father of Joseph Hancock a Hwyer and Very active mem ber of Muckln Council He has received many expressions of sym pathy over his loss- HENDER5ON WEDDING Miss Jessie Lee Searcy of Render son and Hugh P Wlllett of Nash ville were united in marriage at Henderson OH Monday by the Rev Father Edward Lynch pith are popular young people jn l re p4etv eoVaraumltlw Q D- n n it Xk v WaneI I WANT YOUR TRADE II My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms 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