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Ua r I- w TL IRISII AMERICANVOLU- ME V XXVNO9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 27 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS INTELLECTS bt Many Nations Win Illumine Proceedings ot Eucharistic Congress J s Montreal Will Bo Center ot Attraction For Next Few Weeks I AbloMindsWlllPreparePapers Oil One Great Grand i Theme NONCATHOLICS MORE TOLERANT 1 1In solemnity grandeur and mag nificence the Eucharistic Congress which will be held In Montreal next month promises to surpass any re lIglous demonstration ever seen in America not excepting the Catholic Congress in Baltimore the Congress of Religions in Chicago or the late centennial celebration In Now York City As the famous drama at Oberammergau depicts in a wonder ful manner the passion and death of Christ so the Eucharistic Congress portrays and emphasizes one scene In the tragedy the Last Supper or the Institution of the Eucharist in which Christ promised to continue his personal presence among men to the end of time The festivities will begin on Tuesday September C when Car idlnal Legate Vannutelll will be formally received at the Cathedral IFrom then until the mammoth street procession on the following Sunday each day will have its particular functions At the suggestion of a devout woman in 1789 whose humility for bade the use of her name the idea of holding great international con gresses in the principal cities of the world for tho purpose of studying the doctrine of tho Eucharist Was taken up by priests Bishops and Cardinals among the clergy end by jurists magistrates and public functionaries among the laymen all over the world The result was that these great congresses have been held for thirty years In leading cities of Europe Including Lille Frlbourg Rhelms Paris Jerusalem Brussels Lourdes Rome London Although the opposllontO Ihis doctrine prevented the public pro cession in its honor two years ago in London it is a remarkable fact that within two yeas of that date public sentiment so moderated in the matter that today the royal corona tion oath denouncing the doctrine has been modified It is also a significant fact that at the Euch aristic Congress held In Cologne last year the German Emperor although a Protestant sent a personal repro sentative to represent him in the procession The lack of hostility to the doctrine as it becomes better un derstood is also shown In America by the fact that Vie Protestant can didate for Mayor of Montreal with daws this year In order that a Catholic might hold office during the Congress and that Lord Strathmore though a nonCatholic has tendered the use of his place to the Archbishop of Montreal lor the entertainment of the Papal Delegate and other visiting prelates The programme of the confer ences for the congress is a masterly arrangement of Eucharistic topics studied varied comprehensive but each with reference to the one central theme the Blessed Sacrament of the Eucharist in all its various phases and effects as sacrament and sacrifice the center of Christian Catholic cult In both English and French sec tions the Catholic whos who has boon ransacked to procure writers eminently and especially suited for each particular paper In their choice the committee have gone the length and breadth of Canada and the United States They have gone to Newfoundland too which will be splendidly represented by Arch bishop Howley of St Johns He will road a paper on Frequent Com munion From Ireland comes the Bishop of SlIgo the Right Rev John Clancy who will ead a paper with the cap tivating title The Blessed Euch arist and the Early Irish Church Only two ladles have been Invited to contribute Miss Anna Sadller a Canadian writer and Mother Mary Loyola Bar Convent York ihe Eng lish nunauthor of Welcome and First Communion and more recent Heavenwards The beautiful significance of Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament thb newest in vocation of the Mother of God will be explained by the Rev Reginald Bucker the Dominican preacher and author Father Bernard Vaughan the widely known Jesuit whose sermons crowd Farm street church London Is expected Of the three laymen who have promised to write one is from England Dudley Bax ter Secreafry of the Catholic Truth Society whose paper will be on The Participation of the People in Liturgical Singing These assemblies aro divided into three sections the Public Assembly at the Windsor H i1theP- riests at the Ladies of the Sacred Heart in Alexander street and the Ladies Section at Stanley Hail There will be in all thirtytwo pa perasixteen at the Public A seem bly beginning Thursday wonting September S and finishing at the afternoon p Mkm Friday pptwn ber 9U 0- a n I c- i r t ETERNAL SLEEP Comes to Joseph P Hen nessy In His Early Youth After a long illness Joseph P Hennessy died at the family residence 737 East Chestnut street at 8 oclock on Monday morning The deceased was a son of Mrs Winifred Hennessy and the late John Hen nessy Ho was In his sixteenth year and was a graduate of St Johns school He realized many months ago that his time on earth was short I preparationI sls1Itersiel J John Harry and William HennessyThe which was very largely attended took place from St Johns church at 9 oclock on Wednesday morning The Rev Dr George W Schuhmann celebrated the high mass of requiem and preached a feeling sermon at the close of the mass It was an ad monition not only to boys and girls of tender age but to grown men and women as well to keep ever In mind that this life Is fleeting that the life to come is eternal Joe Hennessy he said had received the advantage of a Christian education so that while ho had learned to strive for earthly prizes and success he had also kept In mind that higher prize that lasting success eternal I happiness with his Redeemer SUPREME I1EADII Of Catholic Knights and Ladles of America I Coming I M F P Leonard the new Supreme I President of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America will pay his first official visit to Louisville to day He will arrive from St Louis this evening and will be met at theII railway station by John J Stephen J McBlliott Andrew Kast Dr P S Ganz and Joseph X Kesslck Mr Leonard will be escorted to the Galt House where he will spend the nIght On Sunday afternoon he will meet in conference with delegations from each of the local branches of I the order at McDougherty Mc Elliotts funeral parlors 1227 West Market street The conference will pejn lrest is the frre ot the order ought 1o be on hand tomorrow to hear the address of Supreme Presi dent Leonard He will also appoint district deputies and other members of the order will deliver addresses Tomorrow evening at 8 oclock he will attend n banquet in his honor nt Fontaine Ferry Park The ladles who will speak at the affair are Miss Mary Sheridan Mrs Andrew Kast Mrs Mary Richards of New Albany and Mrs Daniel Dougherty Hon Edward J McDermott will be the I toastmasterThe visit of Supreme President Leonard will give a fresh Im alHllLadles BUSY MACK1N I I West End of Y M I Coun ell Always Has New Projects i i President John T Kenney presided II over a well attended meeting of Mackin Council on Monday night Seven members were reported on the sick list The joint debate between rival teams from Mackin Council and Sarto Council will be held at Owens I boro on Sunday September 11 Woman Suffrage will be the question and Macklns team will take the affirmative Her representatives will be William Burke and Louis Kleffer It Is expected that several hundred members of Mackin Coun cil and their lady friends will go to Owensboro to hear the debate Several extra coaches will carry the excursionists Macklns lawn fete will be given on the club house lawn on the even Ings of Tuesday und Wednesday Sep tember 7 and 8 The member who disposes of the greatest number of tickets will receive a certified check to cover the expense of a trip to the worlds championship baseball series William Link Secretary of Mackin Council has been placed in charge of the electrical illumination of the lawn and something new and invit ing in the way of lights is promised HONOR FOR PASTOR From letters and postcards re celved by his parishioners it is learned that the Rev Father Thomas P White pastor of the Church of St Frances of Rome was received in private audience with the Pope His Holiness gave him permission to im part the Papal blessing to his flock on his return During his absence his parishioners are building an ad dition to the parochial school Father White will be home a week from to morrow jt FOR1 UROHTQWER The Rev father Ignatius Ahman will soon have a handsome clock in atlCovlnrtonieeti from all part the city His heartilyIlatel I = j 11fo 0 11 II a i r LAWN FETE For Worthy Charity Is Expect ed to Attract Big Crowd Earnest Workers AVill Aid Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Good Sisters of Charity Are Under Heavy Expense at Present LABORED LONG AND FAITHFULLY Great preparations have been made for tho lawn fete to be given for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital next Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon and evening The fete will be held on the spacious hospital grounds Meetings havo been hold each Sunday for a month and laymen and women are working hard to make the enterprise a success I The following committees have been announced I I Dining RoomMrs Groft Chair man assisted by Mesdames Nadorf Rchmldtt Hick Miller Schwartz Hansel Scharffonberger Harley CandyMisses Smith and Nagle Country StoreMrs Doherty Chairman Mesdames H Reeder P Ernwlne Butler OConnor J Gor man and Miss Doody Refreshments Mrs P S Ganz Chairman assisted by Mesdames JtA Miller Kinberger Quigley Drake Misses Roche and Chairman WheelMiss WathenII Z Underwood M D Snively E Holleran Misses Dora Barrett HlgginsPressCurran I All of these committees will at tend tho general meeting to be held at tho hospital tomorrow afternoon at 330 oclock There will be many attractions both afternoon and oven Ing and amusements for both young and old I Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hos pital was founded more than thirty five years ago by a benevolent gen tleman now deceased Since its es tiYftthM1fThey havo done a great work during all these years and have made many improvements Now they have found it necessary to erect an addition This work will entail an expense of 80000 To meet this the Sisters ask their friends to assist them in making the bazar a success The now addition will bo four stories I hgh and will contain several surgi cal wards an operating room a pharmaceutical labratory and other necessary adjuncts The new addition will be equipped in the latest manner and will make Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital ono of the finest in the South Thero are few families in the city of Louisville who have not at theImlnlstratlonsity of Nazareth They have been untiring In their efforts and have won the affection of all who have been their patients Clergy and laity are working hard to help the Sisters now In their hour of need From I groundsjalllWednesday CountyPresidentvited the Ladles Auxiliary and the four divisions of tho Ancient Order oqeformammoth euchre games both after noons and evenings Miss MolUe Curran who is head of the commit tee promises to have plenty of tables I to accommodate all players U I L CONVENTION I Will Gather Many Irish Patriots to HearII Envoys I Buffalo Irishmen are preparing u warm welcome for the delegates who will attend the national convention cf the United Irish League which will be held in that city next month Every section of the United State w111 be represented The delegates will be welcomed to Buffalo by Bishop Colton Mayor Fuhrmann and President Henry W Killeen of tho local branch of the United Irish Ieague National President Michael J Ryan of Philadelphia will de liver the response On tho evening of September 28 a mass meeting will be held at which the Irish envoys Hon J E Red mond Hon TP OConnor Hon Joseph Devlin and Alderman Boyle of Manchester England will bo tha chief speakers The convention will bo of great Interest to Irishmen everywhere be cause the crisis in the fight tot homo title is at hand If the English Government sees that the Irish in Amer tea are in earnest in their demand for homo rule for Ireland the next session of Parliament will see the question settled MIHS JlUWaUU Wi 8 AUlU That IrishAmericans load IB hustlls abllltr Is ones more at tested by the victory of Bites Araa 0 tj to I f 11 0 h I 11 tHoward of Ashland Ky who won first prize in the contest set up by the Ashland Wally Independent Miss Howard received 266723 votes Her nearest opponent re- ceIved 2192660 As a reward for her hustling ability Miss Howard will receive a Handsome automobile Miss Howard ista daughter of Capt Thomas Howard a veteran Hiber- nIan The young lady Isa member ot the Ladles JtAiixlllary and will help entertain the visiting ladies at the coming Stag convention RECEPTION 11 andl To State County Pres Idents TjPlanned by Division 2 M CotJFordPresident presidedI over a well attended meeting of Division 2 A oJjcH on Friday night of last week John Burke who has been seriously j 11 was reported to be much dmproed It was decidedI not to fix the ate for Division 2sI outing until the next meeting Presi dent Ford announued that the nextt meeting would also be In the nature of a social session with refreshments I In fact It will partake of th nature of a reception to State Presi dent George J Butler and Count President Patriot Welsh who repre sented the Kentucky Hibernians at the recent National convention att Portland ore he members of the lcomeIwill be the large iof the year iIlECENj DEATHS Richard Barry seventy years old died at the OLeary Home Barret and Christy avenues on Tuesday evening Deathcame suddenly andI was due to heart disease The de ceased was a native OT Ireland For several years hoWas a teacher att St Marys College in Marion county Angolot 1I iam and MorySghelan 522 Zane Infanicont et Idol of his parents whoso greatest consolation In thjlr grief Is that an angel awaits them in heaven Thet funeral took place Monday after noon with interment in St LouisI cemetery y1 IThomas E Holland twentysix years old died Jtt the family residence i 2102 West Main street on Saturday afternoon He had been suffering from tuberculosis for sev e 31ieA3Tit1tYeil It tyv7 il1 yett1dkL parents Mr add Mrs J W Holland a sister Miss Cora Hol land and two brothers Raymond and Delmar Holland Many old friends of the deceased attended th funeral which took place from St Columbas church on Monday morn I ingMiss Margaret OKeefo died at th family residence 1231 South Seventh street early on Thursday morn Ing She had been 111 two years and suffered from nervous trouble She is survived by her mother Mrs lIar nah OKeefo two brothers John and Patrick OKeofe and one sister Mrs Hannah Lee The funeral will take place from SL Louis Bertrand- church at 9 oclock this morning POIIular1 II mourned by many friends and ad mirers 1Michael Davin died at the res dance of his daughter Mrs John Smith 1823 Portland avenue on Wednesday afternoon The de ceased was born In Ireland seventy years ago but had spent more than forty years In Louisville Ho 1 survived by seven children The are Mrs John Smith Mrs W P Burke and Miss May Davin andi Peter John Robert and FrancisI i ravin The deceased was popular with all who knew him The funeral- will l take place from St Patrick- church I at 9 oclock this morning ISt Augustines parish in Jeffer sonvflle mourns the death of one of its most devout and highly esteemed members Miss Addle Hughes daugh ter of Mr and Mrs George Hughes deathloccurredof her birth and the funeral took place Tuesday morning Rev Father celebrantlotside her father arid I Hughes is survived by four sistersI and two brothers as follows Mrs John B Field of St Louis Mrs Joseph Swing Miss Jennie Hughes I Miss Josephine Hughes Charles R T Hughes and Edgar Hughes all of Jetforsonville FOREST PLAYGROUNDS The national forests of tho UnitedI States are growing in use as national 1I playgounds Before the years outing season is over nearly half a million persons will have sought recreation and health in the national iI forests of the United States Accord Ing to the records of the UnitedI States Department of Agriculture the total last year was in close figures 406775 With the finestt mountain scenery and much of the best fishing and biggame hunting lonallforestsceMlble each year through protection and development the Govern ment are fast becoming great national playgrounds for the people The use of the forests for recseatfo- fa as yet in its beginning but iIsI growing steadily and rapidlyl 1InI tare of the forests at the rate oft 108 per cent per annum The day acetic not- periods far distant when a millionI will annually Ttoit them 1 r1 J jI I y jarJ CONCORDAT What the Term Menus and Its Obligations On Both I Sltlcei Jesuit Journalist Gives Able Exposltin of Churchs View Temporal Power Must Always Be Interior to the Spiritual I THE ONLY VIEW FOR CATHOLIC I So many articles expressing as many varied opinions relative to the present strained relations between the Vatican and the Spanish Govern aemajority of American Catholics have ofythetJesuitstsaw had given rise to many misconceptions So in the latest edition of America he states the matter very plainly Almost any child that has come to the use of reason can under stand him He says In part I A concordat evidently means an agreement and the word is confined nowadays to agreements between the Holy See and the supreme civil authority concerning ecclesiastical administration There are three possibilities regarding the relative con ditions of parties to an agreement They may be equals and Independent or one may be superior and inde pendent the other inferior and do pendent in some respects yet having its supremacy in others Those who look upon tho Church and Stato as equals and coordinate hold a con cordat to be a strict contract In which each party acquires rights that can not be extinguished except un der conditions expressed In it or by new agreement Few hold that Idea regarding Church and State conse quently this notion of a concordat Is rare Some Catholics It is true regard it as a contract but In doing so they add so many qualifications that they eventually do not differ practically asz6thosegwhD oldat3leamoro ap proved doctrine Such as consider the State as absolutely supreme and trio Church as a subordinate society completely dependent upon Jt within lookeupon a concordat as a civil law by whIch the former controls the latter changenor addedoto the concordat concluded with Plus VII his organic articles and pro claimed them part of that instru ment It is the view of the Liberals tcday According to them a concordat is negotiated with the Holy See to humor the Catholic con science Its only validity comes from itsWhich may be amended or repealed as the State thinks fit The Catholic doctrine of the re lation between Church and State Is that each is supreme in its own If Older in purely spiritual things the State is interior to the Church and in matters in which the spiritual and I temporal orders come Into conflict the right of the former prevails In Itself over that of the latter since the spiritual is of Its nature superior concordatsfrom tho Catholic point of view is a byythe Roman Pontiff For a clearer idea of its nature rnd binding force several things must be noted The power of the thingssis administrative only He is con trolled In the exercise of his office by the unchangeable constitution which our Lord gave the church in freoIto grant any privilege that may bo desired And since he only adminis ters an office instituted by Christ he can neither restrict the rights of that office nor the power of its oc cupant to exercise those rights fully whether such occupant be himself or a successor Hence he can not bnd IrrevocablyIbut he and they retain the power t- I recalling a concordat The civil power is bound strictly by the concordat and can not free Itself from its obligations by rejecting it Should a modification of a concordat be de sired the civil power must ask it stating sincerely what it wants and why without conceding anything and above all without any hostile In tention of using new concessions to the detriment of religion From all this Catholics can see that the question of concordats as It Is a living issue today is essen dally religious bound up with the divine constitution of the church They are not free to hold what views they please but are bound to support the Holy Father and main tale with him the cause of Christ against all enemies of our holy faith ji I BLESSINGSICardinal Vannutelll left Naples on Monday en route for Liverpool where he will sail for Montreal His farewelladay and comes to America as the Popesspecial legate to the Worlds Eucharlatlcl Congress which will be held In Montreal September 6 to 11 bleUlngftoI CJ 0 c n 0 QIf I u- rJ t l 7 1 IIMAKING GOOD AfterI Ir rShort Weights and MeasuresI I I IClem boyishlookingand Measures Is making things hot for people who sell at false weights and short measures His campaign brought posthaste to New York the best convincers manipulators at torneys and special agents of big scale manufacturers all willing to do anything In the world if New York will only let them go on sell ing the same sort of scales as before I And the kind of scales that have been selling in New York said Commissioner Driscoll before a Marge gathering of scale men the other day wouldnt be tolerated In any decent country certainly not In England France or Germany There is no use arguing about It A pound has got to weigh a pound on the scales that you sell in this city or there will be trouble His full name is Clement James Driscoll and he was born In Ne York less than thirtyfive years ago and looks like a boy Since he took hold he has been a terror to mer chants who sold seventysix Inch blankets and represented them to be eightytwo Inches wide He is also after Ice men coal men huckster- and all dealers who use short weights Driscoll was until appointed by Mayor Gaynor a reporter on I New York newspaper MAJORITY REPORT Favors Irish Control of Railways of the Land The editor of the Dundalk Demo crat says tho majority report of the Viceregal Commission on Irish rail ways which is signed by all the Irishmen on the commission adopts tbo view that if the Irish railways are to carry out the purpose for which they were sanctioned by Parliament that is to afford the best transit facilities and develop the trade and resources of the country they must be placed under Irish control The editor says it was clearly dem onstrated to the commission that tho system of popular control has worked well in Denmark Belgium Germany Holland Switzerland and the colonies but the Commissioners were especially Impressed by the grsI nQtUtYJI1 JomtJtlonal railway control In Prussia aiilNew Zealand It Is worthy of note that the Irishmen on the commission Lord Pierre Col Hutchinson Poe and Thomas Sexton although select ed by the Lord Lieutenant are rep resentative of all the Interests In the country and have the confidence of the people- If the recommendations of the majority are adopted the County Councils the Harbor Boards the Chambers of Commerce the Cattle Traders and the Industrial Develon ment Associations will be directly represented on the Board of Directors of the Irish railways NEW CHURCH Plans For St Charles Bor romeos Are Undergoing Inspection I Plans and specifications for the new Church of St Charles Borromeo are undergoing inspection in the Building Inspectors office As soon 09 they have been approved Architect C A Curtin will proceed promptly with the erection of the new edifice at Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets The work will be pushed as rapidly as possible when once begun The new church will be built tho Italian renaissance stylo of inII Itectura and will be a stately handsome structure It will be ninetysix feet long and sixtyseven feet wide The sanctuary will be twentyfive by seventeen feet and the two sacristies will be each twen tytwo by nineteen feet The es timated cost is 75000 The frame work will be of steel covered with buff Indiana oolitic stone I For several years St Charles parish has been growing rapidly and tho necessity of building a new and more commodious structure has been apparent Father C P Raffo I the pastor will be a very happy man whoa his new church is completed POPE BLESSES KNIGHTS On Wednesday Pope Pius X re ceived in audience a delegation of 150 American pilgrims including- fifty I members of trio Knights ofII Columbus The pilgrims were pre sented by the Rev M J McGlveny of Mlddfotown Conn National Chaplain of the Knights of Colum bus His Holiness expressed great i satisfaction at meeting for the sec ond time within a month members of an order whoso work in theI United States he so highly appte elates He gave the pilgrims his Apostolic blessing and bade the Knights remain submissive to their J Bishops who represent the church I NEW SPRINTING RECORD Running at Olympia Park New York last Saturday Melvin W Sheppard established a now distance iiI taping record by going twothirds- of I a In 244 25 Thl cUps a t secon- dte from the record held by I Langhl the Italian Sheppard Is the1 Iotack sprinte- rlIrishAerican of the New York Athletic Club C 1- tl u- J II KERRY Home ot Poet Peasant Orator and Fishcriolk Is ranted Afar Angels Fold Their Wings anti Host in That Eden ot the West Killarncy Ire ciuldys Rocks LOUISVILLE HAS KERRY CITIZENS r1 1 The County Kerry is on the Thewc unty and its natives have been famed in song and story Kerry is bounded on the west by the Atlantic ocean on tho north by the River andLimerick IConslengthtrom toBolusgreatest breadth from Mweelin Isfiftythree areaIspopulation of 201039 countyIssome trifling exceptions being mountainous The Kerry Mountains ltiatcoversthose ot Cork they generally run in chain east and west They include thl grandest combination of mountain Bcenery the most perclpltous steeps and the finest valleys in Ireland One of the prominent mountain MucgllicuddysReeks feet high is the tallest summit in IrelandThe Gap of Dunloe a magnificent ravine cuts Tight across the chain from north to south separating the KllJarneyMountains tion of the chain to the east West of the Reeks the most conspicuous 1 mountains are Drung 2104 feet high and west of it Knocknadobber 2266 feet tall both rising from tbpvuercshoreofapinglaBay et whole of the Dingle peninsula iaja mass of mountains The grand mountain Brandon 3127 feet high stands directly over the sea St Drendan from which Brandon takes its name was a native of this dis trict and lived in the sixth century He is often called Brendan the Navigator on account of his famousrrvoyage In which It is said he spent seven years sailing on the Atlantic ocean more than 800 years before Christopher Columbus made the attempt His little oratory under Drandon Mountain is still hold in venerationThe of Kerry is pierced by deep bays which cut the land and narrow peninsulas and from these larger bays innumerable small ones branch off presenting an infinite variety of the finest seacoast scenery the entire way from Tarbert to Ken mare Kerry is watered by many fine rivers ncludlng the Shannon the Blackwater the Cashen tho Fcale the Brick the Clydagh and the Owineg Then there is the lit tle river Lee that flows past the town of Tralee and gives the town ItsnameThe of Kerry Is Its combination of lake and mountain scenery The Lakes of Killarney are three in number and are noted the world over The Kerry people are noted fisherfolk and cattle raisers The Kerry cows are especially noted for their yield of milk and butter In recent years American cattle raisers have imported herds of tho Kerry cows and many of them have found homes on the bluegrass fields of old Kentucky Talee Is the assize town of Kerry and has about 10000 inhab Itants Other well known towns in the county are Llstowel Killaruey Dingle Ballyferretur and Cahlry clveen trio birthplace of Daniel OConnellAntiquarians and scientists tell us that remans of antiquity both moreIInteresting In Kerry than in any other county of Ireland There ra chapels or oratories in Kerry coeval with the introduction of Christianity Into Ireland In addition Kerry has Its round towers or pillaratones with inscriptions in Roman letters Four venerable citizens of Louis QOQnl1Kerryothy OSulllvan John Moriarty and John OConnor All pf them have spent years in St Louis Bertrands parish Among the younger res idents of Louisville who han from Kerry are two Dennis Ji McCarthys j one a stonecutter and sculptor andj the other a machinist Mona brothers the grocers Michael ftn John Sergeant Dan Moriarty ani Officer John CooineY- THOUSANDS WILL PARADE r A large meeting of tie HOW Nrim societies of the arrhdl Mot Ball more Is being dfolnextOctober in Washington Address will bo made by President Taft Cai FICOnIQclergymen of Baltimore and Ington There will 1be a parade wffl about 10300 Catholic men In llfl Q D fl fl I TEI LV 1 KENTUOgy xx1 j iITO6KY lRlift flMUIfiN1 itretcd t the SecUl ui Meal Advaaceen ej Irish Amtriciwf tad Ca4s1ki Officially ladorsed by AD cleat Order ol HiberniansI Young M na Institute and Catholic Knights of America NTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publlaher SCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc P trd at tltlLoml Poltofflee at 8co4CIasa flitter Aldrm BH CwsKHBlctMoBB to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oren St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 27 1910 TEMPEST IN TEAPOT A good many New Yorkers worke themselves Into frenzy when It was announced that a replica of the old P peWter statue of King George III was to be erected in the great citys Bowling Green During the days of the American Revolution the original statuo of the tyrant lUng was torn down and cast Into inor than 87000 bullets to shoot the English soldiers New Yorkers did not want a replica of that sttftuc and threatened to go after the persons Who wanted to erect It Now comes Henry C Julmby a lawyer of New York who declares that It is a patriotic movement He says that It is not the intention of the promoters to glorify the memory of King George but will condemn him Instead He also says that an Inscription on the pedestal will read This replica of the statue of the tyrant King George III is erected in memory of the American patriots who destroyed the original and moulded it Into bullets that wer used in battling for America HEerty If these patriotically incline people want to do something why not erect a group showing the Revolutionary patriots destroying the statue of the tyrant King 4 REMEMBER GOD FIRST Why is it that there are so man people who do not go to divine services of any creed on Sundays Visiting ourCatholIc churches uoe sees them apparently well attendee at each mass on the Sabbath day but in every parish and community there are many who do not go at all The able Jesuit orator Fathr Bernard Vaughan is exhorting the English people to be more regula In their attendance at mass and what he rays of the English IIs equally true of the United States tlJeJtsaldtothelr credltffthiA cXthollcs are more regular In their J attendance than nonCatholics oC any creed Father Vaughan in a recent sermon said some blame thoU- lukewarmness on the staleness of the services the poor quality of the music and sermons while others point to the outdoor attractions isi a reason for staying away Fathei Vaughan says the real reason is alack of religion People are becoming engrossed in things that appeal to the senses and as a consequence forgetful of God In America as in England there are many men and women engaged In workshops and factories six dayi In the week Sunday is to them the only day of rest Forgetful of God or ignoring Him altogether many spend the greater part of the day in bed or in idle pastimes The Catholic church does not oppose healthy amusements even or Sunday but It wants its adherents to attend to their religious duties first Parents should see that their children attend mass before going to picnics or ball games on Sunday Some amusement IE necessary but Catholics should attend mass on Sunday before REPUBLICAN WOE Minnesota will be the storm center fovr the Republican party during the next two weeks and all attention of WIitlcal leaders will be turned in tresi direction On September 6 the National Conservation Congress wIll meet in St Paul and on the same lat1eI BalllngerPlnchpt ingestlgat Sng committee with Senator Knute kelson of Minnesota will assemble in Minneapolis to formulate its hudlngs Democrats as well as Republicans anxiously await the Issue A break Wtween the progressive or insurgent Republicans and the stand patters inean t certain victory to the Democrats In November Already the Insurgent wave has lit the old line Republican leaders rul not a Jew have been bowled over Jjither the insurgents nor the fHnder of the administration want 1agaln as Speaker of the IBO fr Representatives Look at list of conspicuous stand patters either have announced that f would Jftlreor have been ated forieelection Nelson W Mcli in EKode Island Eu ene 16 in Main Howard M Snapp ill olejo1in JL JHull in Iowa ih iI Cole in Ohio Charles T I James X MtHer William A Irhead anlHTlUimai I MiUer In Dunci Ik McKiakf JaMes McLachlan and Sylvester C Smith iIn CaliforniaMore and more serious breaks are likely to come as the result of the BalllngerPinch muddle and the conservation congress It is a time for Democrats tto prepare to grasp an opportunity THE CHAMPLAIX The Champlain a journal dedicated to the interests of the Catholic Summer School has made its initial appearance It is a clca neat type of chronicle and will be a welcome addition to the Cathol field of journalism The editor says if the Champlain meets the necessai encouragement a winter number of the Journal will be Issued The Kentucky Irish American wishes the Champlaln its editor and manage long life and prosperity lUNG GEORGES WOE The editor of the Sprlngflel Republican one of the ablest journalists in New England says Now that the only limitation upon the personal freedom of King George is that he must be some sort of a Protestant Christian we might Inrer that is progress indeed toward the religious emancipation of His Majesty although he remains the victim of a species of slavery which none of his subjects would endure That the ultraAnglican should have I ought this concession to the Not I conformist is not surprising Jn established church becomes a kind of absurdity if the Sovereign himself Is to be no longer obliged by law to be a member of lb and it Involves no great hazard to say that the action of the House of Commons the bulk of all parties concurring brings nearer the day when Englan will tolerate no longer the officlo maintenance ofa particular church by the State In preference to any I othr IFre Forcht who ias ElrYCd- I for seven years asr J iecuI Commissioner for Jefferson county has again been selected by the Democratic City and County Corn mlttee as its first choice for the position The selection was ratlfie by the State Board at Frankfort on Thursday The choice was the bes that could have been made as Commissioner Forcht enjoys theI confidence and respect of all the political parties Columbus Ind still enjoys the distinction of being the center point I of the countrys population The returns thus far announced Indicate rainy even growth in all direction and a population approxlmatlni 96000000 AGED MATRON MOURNED Mrs Addlgunda Schwab seventy reven years old died at the famll residence 1806 Frankfort avenue In Thursday night of last week The deceased was born in Germany but ame to America with her parent when twelve years old The family icslded for a time in Indiana and later removed to Louisville She rhlld resided in this city more thai halt a century Her husband Johi Schwab died about six months ago Four children survive her They are Mrs John J Moritz Andy and Clchael Schwab and John F Seger funeral took place from St Jo IThe church last Saturday morn lug and wars attended by many old rlends who recognized the worth Ind Christianlike charms of this ruly good woman WANT CENTRAL HOME At the regular monthly meeting ol the Central Committee of Clncln latl and Hamilton county of the Catholic Knights of America hel on Friday night of last week the Ighteen branches represented were Invited to each appoint a conference committee of two members to discuss the advisability of a merge of all the Catholic Knights of America Into one largo branch in Hamilton ounty so that the erecting or purchase of a headquarters building may soon be accomplished There re many Louisville Knights who avor a similar plan for this city VISITOR FROM WEST F H Thorpe assistant cashier of the Consolidated NaUonal Bank 91 Tucson Ariz left Wednesday for lew Haven Conn While in Louis vUle he was thoguestof William G Norton of 2025 West Main street lfr Thorpe was very favorably Im resBcd with Louisville He ex Jects to spnd several weeks with platlves in New Haven GETS NEW BERTH Former Officer John QuInn has 8 pcepte4 a position as night clerk att1te 8t Meholai Hotel Few young lea In Loutevllle have more friend and Mr Qalmse connection with the otel will add to Hi popuUrltyl IJ jt t uus- sciiv iJIf1 i Miss Allco B Hickey is in mJW York City Miss Alice Curran is visiting her brother Charles J Curran iof Chicago Miss Florence Minton left Satu day to spend two weeks at Iake Maxlnkuckee Misses Margaret and Mary Sull van of Oakdale aro visiting friends iu Cincinnati Miss MaggIe Dalton line been visiting at Warsaw the guest of Miss Mary Weyler Mr and Mrs Harry Whalen of Birmingham Ala are visiting rela tlves in New Albany Mrs Mary C Valla visited 1 In Memphis last week the guest of her brother John J Raggio Mr and Mrs Frank McGrath are expected to return home today after a two weeks visit to New York I IMiss Susie Cox of Mlddleton has been spending a week here as the guest of Miss Margaret Finnegan Misses Margaret Mary and Mario Desmond havo gone to Midway Ifto spend several weeks with relative John Malley and William A Cassin left last Saturday for Chicago where they expect to spend ten day Miss Mary OHearn returned last week to her home in Oakdale after an extended visit at Asheville N IC Miss Elizabeth Monahan of 1321 Dumesnll street left last week Ito visit friends and relatives In New York I IFrank Kelly of St Louis is I1 In New Albany visiting his mothe Mrs Bridget Kelly 245 West Spring street I IWllllam HIgglns and wife wllo have been summering In Beechmon returned lost week to their home I1In the city I I1IIsses Nelllo and Margaret Flyn and Maymo Ketter havo gone I to Chicago to spend two months with relatives J Miss Maggie Coughlan has been having a delightful visit with Mr and Mrs Joseph I Gordon at Wash Ington Ind I IMrs Charles Roster of Jeffersoi vllle spent last week visiting her cousin Mrs William Hosea IIn I IndianapolisMr Cook Wells of Cincinnati were here this week to visit Mr and Mrs Phil B Thompson and relatives in Clifton IIMisses Stella Tlernoy and Ann Vetter were among thoso from LoulBvllloyreglstered thlB weekt I IIHannon Margaret Welch Tulc Me Cullough and Nellie Hantfbn or Clifton are In New York Cjly I I1IIsses Anna and Elsie Burns and Katherine Green have returned frbt Springfield Ky where they wer the guests of Mrs J A Schrader I Mr and Mrs James B Kelly and two little sons left Saturday ror Denver and Colorado Springs to be gone until the last of September I i Hon Edward J McDermott and wire and children Susan Catherine md Edward Jr will return nex week from a trip to Wequetonsing Such I IMiss Anne Elizabeth Carr of the Evening Post left Monday for Old Sweet Springs W Va to Join a- II party of friends and spend two weeks I I1IIss Agnes Collgan of 1114 Wes t- Oak had as her guests this week Misses Jessie Brady of Stith on and Katherine fcynch of Wes EointSJohn Maloney of Parkersburg W Va has returned home after a onths visit to his sister Mrs Mary aven of 1714 West Chestnu treat I IMiss Cella Laven left Saturday to New York to be gone three weeks She was accompanied as far as Park rsburg W Va by her mother Mrs Mary Laven Miss Emily Stewart of 1016 East Green street who has been ill at the Norton Infirmary for the past ten days is progressing favorably toward recovery Friends of Mrs Barbara Gleason wire of Officer Robert Gleason of effersonvllle will be sorry to learn hat she is seriously 111 in the Jef ersonvllle Hospital Misses Ruby M ConkUng and Nelly Conkling are spending thn ummer In the East They will visit Atlantic City New York Phlla elphla and Washington Hrs foR Petty and her sister lisa Hanna Malia have gone to lenton Harbor Chicago and other iterestlng points near the great lnkesto spend two weeks Mr and Mrs Andrew Schuler and lisa Maggie Geher have returned torn a five months trip abroad lisa Cellars letters in the Record attracted universal attention Mrs Rose Ansback has returned foom Chicago where she enjoyed a delightful two weeks vis to friends and relatives A number of perlhonorennover ot Cincinnati leave een- Ule guests of Mr anc Mare Andrew Oarof 190 S Marshall street tldll week They were the recipients J n 0 f u aI of much social attention during their brief visit and look forward with pleasure to a feturiT trip I Frank OConnell a well know telegraph operator now located IiIn Chicago but well known In this his old home Is visiting his mother Mrs Mary OConnell of 1360 South I Sixth streetII Judge Charles A Wilson has ar flounced the engagement of his daughter Miss Annie Jansen Wilson to Roscoo L Heaton of Fort Wayne Ind The wedding will bo solemnized in October I Misses Genevieve and Mary ODonnell Edith Doherty Emily Lyons and Charlotte Tucker of New Albany havo gone to Chicago and Michigan resorts to spend the remainder of the summer I IMrs George P Deuser Mr George Ernwlne Mrs Harry Alber Miss Louise Deueer Miss Llzzl Fehder Miss Ora Stevens and Miss Jennie Smith formed a party which loft Saturday for Benton Harbor I IMrs LaWrence Mackey and children Edith Edward and Mary who have been spending the summer iIn Ohio visiting relatives at Fremon Port Clinton Cedar Point and Cleveland are expected to arrive home today I IMisses Mary and Helen Flynn daughters of Street Commissions James Flynn 912 Culbertson avenue New Albany have gone Ito Corydon to visit their aunt Mn Matt BIrx until after the count fair next week I IMr and Mrs Thomas D Clines and Masters Thomas and William Clines left Thursday for Niagara Falls Buffalo and other Easter points While in Buffalo they will be the guests of their aunt Mn John J Martin They will be gone two weeks I IMiss Nelllo Tlerney and Edwar Puff popular young people of the West End were quietly married at the Cathedral on Thursday of last week The ceremony was performe brtbe Rev Father Daniel J Gallagher The attendants were Mr ndi Mrs William Brueggoman TheI bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mn Thomas Tierney I IMiss t Emma Grove and John Meurer well known and popular 1In German Catholic circles were united in marriage Wednesday morn ing at St Elizabeth church A larg I number of friends wOre present toI witness the ceremony which wasI performed by Rev Father Assent Following the nuptial mass thet happy couple were tendered a reception at the homo of the bride The engagement of Miss Mlnnl t Martin and Offleer Thomas Joyce hasI been announced t and the wedding will be solemnized on September 28 The bride Is one of the most popula girls of the younger set in the Wet End and is the daughter of Charles F Martin Officer Joyce his been a member of the police force abou seven months and isiat present ti- chauffeur at Central police 40 stattbz Misses Eulalla arid Elsie Cullen daughters of the veteran railroad clerK and Fenian Thomas F Cullen returned from Savannah Ga their old home While there thlY were the guests of their aunt Mrs M A McIntyre They are now spending a fortnight with their sis ter Mrs J B Ford In Cincinnati preparatory to resuming their studies at Sacred Heart Academy Crescent Hill I Mr and Mrs Lawrence Donahui entertained with an Informal part on Tuesday night In honor of their granddaughter Miss Cleo Donahue or Covington The guests wer Misses Mario and Leona Loeser Ruth Heldlinger Stella and Louise Huyn May and Alberta Rauchfuss Louise and May Ruff Messrs Ha ry Heldlinger Harry Emerson and Henry Edmonson and Mesdames C Brothers Marie Loeser Mary Heidel berg and Minnie Ruff i iMr and Mrs David OConnell of 1024 East Washington street an nounco the engagement of their daughter Miss Mary Frances OCon nell to George Edward Eaton The wedding will be solemnized at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament or September 14 After a bridal tour through the East Mr and Mrs Eaton will begin housekeeping ir Louisville The brldetobe is one ol the most charming girls in the East End Mr Eaton holds a responsible position with the ReadMcGill Company ENCAMPMENTI t After attending mass tomorrow ornlng the two military companies of the Catholic Knights of America ommanded by Capts A Monte onlco and Oscar Mater will go into annual encampment on the banks of tho Ohio above the water works They will leave In cars on tho PrQs icct line and will be accompanied bYI many who are Interested in this ranch of the order The editor of tho Kentucky Irish American acknowledges an Invitation to be present as a special guest A tent will 110 pitched for the Supreme officers ind it is rumored that Major Gen Ilchael Relchert will announce a timber of promotions and appoint monte omEF IS AWAYI IFIRElmothY Lehan Chief ot tho Louisville Fire department and MechlnICIofNf Y attending the annual meeUntf ot the Fire Chiefs of tho United States They expect to obtain many new ideas for improving the local fire ayestem During the absence od Major Lehman Assistant Pat Carroll Js acting Chief Capt Klrley is act- Ing Assistant Chief and Fergus Ken 11Hook1 MACKIXS LAWN FETE Mackn Council Will give a laws rete on the club bouae grounds on dlai cpenie attached to tie ereetten of t I A rnt WflUUtt 4i41iil SUBSCRIBE FOR THEgs 8 KENTUCKYIt fzY 4 ft AMERICAN4z1m l Z I oSS9Brightest Catholic Weekly in the Southwest C J r w ss ONE DOLLAR PER YEARbIt tiA fyfy If You Want All the News and Particularsof Happenings k U in Catholic Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This Paper yy h- yy n i Foreign Countries 150 Per Year Home Phone 946 vv q iS4 4 4 t o X 4 H t S1Pp45 4 f t0r 0 A rHM t a stained glass memorial window iIn the new Church of St Cecilia The window will cost 600 and will depict St Cecilia seated at tho orga with choirs of angels hovering over head UMTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The council at South Bend Ind will open their new quarters with ia festival and housewarming on October 12 At thq laying of the cornerstone of St Matthias church at Muscatlne Iowa the Knights of Columbus were oIn charge of the exercises A council has been instituted at Belle Plalne Minn Knights from all parts of the State witnessed the exemplification of the work IISouthI I Bend Knights have been in vited to participate in the cornerstone laying of the new 4000 church for St Michaels parish at Plymouth Ind II When the Erie Knights move Into their new hall in the Penn block they will have the most elegant quarter I in the city They will celebrate the event with a banquet and ball on- t Columbus day- Indianapolis Council will dls tribute 700 copies of Father Hol lands completed list of Catholic books in the Indianapolis public Library and have asked other socfe ties to do likewise III The council Instituted with fifth members last month at Alamosa Col will have an exemplification of Irthethregreesthtstallwh i1 t li- ffUsi expected there will be a class of between fifty and seventyfive can dldates LAST RIVER TRIP The last river excursion of thc returnIonSt Augustines church Fourteenth and Broadway Dinner and refreshments will be served on the boat and there will be first class music There will also be singing and some new turns by members of the minstrel company Father Felten and people will make this their hisI success and anyone wishing to a delightful day on the water should not let this opportunity pass TheI steamer Columbia will leave First street at 830 In the morning re turning at 730 In the evening HUNTING FOR HEIRS It may be that some of thc Creedens residing in Louisville are heirs to money lOft by Daniel Creeden an aged recluse who died in a hut at Woodside Burrough or Queens New York a few days ago Public Administrator John P Robinson executor of the estate an nounces that Creeden loft property worth 16000 and 9300 In bank Creeden is said to have three grandchildren In Ireland and other rela tives in the United States The names of the grandchildren living Iin Ireland aro said to be Ellen OCon nor Michael Downing and Nellie Downing DELEGATES HONORED Tho young men of Memphis Tennheld a most enjoyable recep tion and watermelon feast in the rooms of Chickasaw Council Y M LI on Tuesday evening in honor of the newly elected Grand President George A Lawo and the delegates to the Bellevue conventlbn Grand President Lawo is well known for Ills activity in the Memphis council and as this is the first time Jha Jurisdiction has elected a maniojdi side the Bluegrass State hIsfri6sregard tho honor one of especial distinction James J Barry also ot Meraphis has been named as Deputy Grand President LIGHTNING DOES DAMAGE Damage to the extent of several hundred dollars was done to St Mary of the Knobs church and rec tory In Floyd county Indiana last Sunday when a bottof lightning truck the church tower Part otI the tiling was ripped from tho tower but this damage can bere paired without serious Incon renlpncfl From the tower the elec rio fluid ran along the telephone wire and into the rectory where it tore the plastering from the wall Rev Father Joseph Ser IThe was in the room at the time but escaped Injury J I COVINGTONIIc Ross Hanlon and his estimable witt celebrated their golden wedding I1 alTerMry at their residence Siq luMell street Covlngton last Setur 3 a cm- c CUNNING LEWIS CON W Cor Third and Jefferson EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP 0proposingHave a look Dont delay We must clean up T J Cunning Louis Lewis T J Ransdell C F Brotzge KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur antI Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTINU SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING IDown the River Moonlight Excursion Division 3 O Boat Lcavei Portland Wharf at 8 Oclock Sharp Committee John Rilcy Hugh Hourignn John Kariuan H It It It tt I It It Ht It It I fcriXE WINES AL KGhgPOGf 345 West Green Street UQCOKB CIGRII1 + t + sIsr+ stt It Ii 0 U 4t It It It I HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudevilli AN- DMotion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows datly Sunday contln oilsCASINO AND ORPHEUi THEATERS FIRSTRUN FILMS OUR MOTT These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses In Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre seating only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic RIVERVIEW Louisvilles Favorite Family Resort Presenting High Class Vaudeville T Matinee and Night Free Concerts by SIGNOR CARLO ULIYIERPS BAND Dancing Best Restaurant in South the Joy Rideeverythlng newgrander than wettake West Broadway cars FREE ADMISSION FREE day with an allday reception to their friends and relatives Many congratulations and handsomo pres worthylcouplebeen residents of Covlngton for the past sixtyfive years and were married by Father Butler at the Old Cathedral on Eighth street ST PHILIP NERI FETE The people of fit Philip Neris arlsh will give a lawn fete on the chool grounds for the benefit of the hurch on the afternoon and evening if Monday and Tuesday Refresh teats will be served amd there will be plenty of good MHBie and other ttractloss A deUghtful tiib to romlwd all wae atte 1r cc0 f II HIGH II CLASS 321 W Opp 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Try Dougherty Lanning for the best quality of Pittsburg and e1Hco Coal HOME PHONE 1783CUMB 907t YARDS 1SIH X MAGNOliA nH I MAGNOLIA I All the late and new Styles and Shape I can be found here at reasonable pricei Call and see us I Give yoar bell ao edMttlei that will pre parr ACM tar life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 113 W BiWway LoBlflvSlIe Ky CMtdttcUd by Ike Xavertan Br tfeen Ctewfc sMkrw1 f L e er f L ct1 0 0 rJ i SURPRISED Prince of Good Fellow Remembered by Friends 1 I Friends of John J Barry the popular Democratic leader of the I Fourth and Fifth wards assembled at his home 124 East Maket street Ion Tuesday evening to assist In cele orating the fortythird anniversary dotI his birth On behalf of the many fi lends present Col John H Whal len presented him with a handsomei I ringI speech Col iWhallen said This stone is no whiter no finer cut more lustrous than you John Barry It is a token of the love and esteem in which your friends and fellow Democrats hold you It is the greatest pleasure of their lives to honor you thus onI the fortythird milestone of your life Mr Barry made a brief speech n thanks and then Invited all those assembled to the abundance of goodI things that had been provided IILEASED PEOPLE Attendance of Thousand- Is I Proof of Knights Popularity The outing at Fontaine Ferry park I on Tuesday given under the auspices at tho Central Committee Catholic Knights of America attracted thou sands to that popular resort Not only were the Knights of the three Falls cities present but many members of the order from out In the State were on hand to entourage the local members Among the visitors was Sylvester Rapier the New Haven banker who is well known to all Louisville Knights Hon N A Green Mayor of New Albany with his Night Chief of Police Capt Thomas Cannon arrived at the park early In the afternoon and remained until late In the evening Both were hall fellow well met with the Knights and enjoyed all that went on Everybody who attended was pleased with everything they saw heard in the park At 10 oclock andII throng assembled around the stand to witness the drawing of the tickets calling for two prizes CalltI Oscar Mailer presided at the drawing and the winning numbers wereI drawn from the wheel by Lancaster 1 V Pottinger a smftll boy and sonI of an Owensboro Knight I Ticket 3049 won the rocking chair and ticket 5118 won the cen ter table Although the primary object of the reunion was to make the Knights and their families bet I ter acquainted the enterprise re sulted in an appreciable monetary gain for the treasury of the Central CommitteetBOWLING GREEN Last Saturday morning the remains of Mrs Frances Vogel one ofaha9idaet Lnost1lgWY S teemed women of Bowling Green were laid to rest In St Josephs cemetery In that city The deceased I was a native of Bavaria and came to Louisville fifty years ago but later moved to Bowling Green where she has since resided Rev Father I Hayes was the officiating priest at the funeral and requiem mass and in his sermon paid high tribute to Mrs Vogel for her devotion to her 1tues1 NATIONAL The Catholic Young Mens National Union an organization similar to the Y M I In Its alms and purposes I will hold Its thlttyslxth annual convention at the Catholic Summer School Cliff Haven N Y on September 5 6 and 7 Reports inivariousI that some definite action looking toward the merging of the C Y M 1 N U and the Y M 1 will be taken I JESUIT INVENTOR I I The Rev Father J1 A Devllbiss j ClevelandlII change in schools In using the globe the intention Is to have each child color the seas and countries for himself and paint or write in tho geographical names The globe may be placed on the market at art early I date I BADGE FOR CAPT HOGANf Capt Michael J Hogan of the Seventh district police station was taken by surprise last Saturday nght when he was presented with gold badge studded with diamonds Is a handsome specimen of the goldsmiths art and reflects esteem In which Capt Hogan Is theII by his admirers In the Seventh trict The presentation was by Attorney James P ReedyII FONTAINE FERRY PARIC I Fontaine Ferry Park is nearing AIsi by no means waning One of the big days this week was Tuesday when the Catholic Knights of America held their reunion Another good vaude ville bill will be presented next week and new musical programmes will be rendered at the afternoon and evening concerts I FALL RACE MEET The Louisville Jockey Club fallIIP race meeting now only five weeksI oft rill surpass any meet ever heldl here Secreatry Lyman Davis has j the programme about completed which Includes ten stake races with the best horses tor contenders En tries show thftt each event will be well filled CONFIRMATION t Bishop ODonaxhue will make his first official visit to OwiMiboro andL Davies eountY on SeptMriw 11 wken he will eentlra large eta uses 1 UP o- J tt U 0 at the three churches at ow and the one at West ensboroIpl fore returning to this city IndianapolissBishop at the consecration of Dlshopelcc tt Joseph Chartrand BIG STEAMERS Of the Cunard Line Must t Make the Irish Port The announcement made by the Directors of the Cunard line from September 1 to December thatII all their east bound steamships ex laureII1 as Flshguard has by no means tended to placate the Irish who have been agitating for peopleII tendon of the Queenstown the Itinerary of the line Nothing I btfq satisfied it is stated The next step an outcome of the recent allIreland meeting ofpro test will be a deputation headed by the Lord Mayors of Dublin and Bel fast which will start from Queens town on September 22 en route to Csthey will lay their grievances before Frank H Hitchcock Postmaster General TROLLEY RIDES POPULAR Trolley lines in the Eastern States are fast attaining a popularity equalI to it not surpassing the old railwa lines This is in large measure due to the rates which are not more than half those charged in this sec tion of the country The 0 from City Hall New York City t the center of Boston by trolley iis 256 miles and the fare is about 3 Assuming that all connections are made and the regular schedule made on the entire route the time take for the trip should be twenty hour- and twenty minutes but it will be well to make allowance for an occasional delay Those who undertake the Journey generally arrangeI to stop Overnight at some convenient place halt way to Boston IT THE TRUTH IIS that Mackin CouncilsI Bachelor Club is to be bereft again This time it Is George Simonis who is to answer the call to forsake bach elorhood to take up the duties of husband Frank Adams Jack Mc Queese and Charley Raldy are arranging a shower for George and his blushing bride if he brings her home from Lanesvllle Ind next week i IUNITY COUNCILS OUTING Unity Council Y M I of New Albany is making extensive prepara tions for the Labor day picnIc to beheld I at Glenwood Park on the first j Monday in September The committee in charge is made up of George Bittner John Stumler John Poncc trlch Cornelius McBarron and J Francis Uhlen Ll r ACTING NIGHT CHIEF ICapt Michael McAullffe has been filing with grace and dignity the office of Night Chief of police dur ing the absence of Major Patrick t Ridge Major Ridge and his wife have been enjoying a visit to his j venerable mother and other relatives 1 at Bedford Ind j IS SLOW 1DIPROVElmNT 0 tho well known New Albany merchant who j was kicked in the face by a vicious j horse several weeks ago Is improv 1 ing very slowly Although he is now able to be out his wounds have not entirely healed and he may lose the sight of one eye InURAL IlIPROVEMENTSj j A new brick church and home for the nuns who teach the parish schoolII at Wavorly Union county arc beingI erected Father McNeil the pastor rtenderedtlri flock I NUNS TARE REST Sister Appolonia Wise and Sister Mary Martin of Cedar Grove Acad nmy have gone to Bethlehem Academy in Hardin county for a week or ten days They will return iin time for the opening of the school season PRELATES GENEROSITY To induce the study of Celtic literature the Right Rev Bishop Conaty has presented the public library of Los Angeles Cal with a valuable collection of books on Irish history and illuminated manu scripts HOME FOR NUNS Iomw school season opens teachling1 I relcently eI pastor Rev Father Berreshelm NEW SCHOOL NEEDED The members of Holy Cross par ish expect to build a new parochial school and rectory jn the neat future Every member of the con gregation is anxious to assist Father Sheridan in his work- SPIRITUAL RETREAT The Very Rev Richard Wuerth F M pastor of St Donlfa church Is spending this week a Oldenburg Ind whore several hun Iidred of the Franciscan community are in retreat MACH DAY A NEW LIFE Let us seek to begin each new day as serene and calmas though t were a new life with nothing of the old remaining but He wisdom 1U WMt Bunftbrlw Its duties its re sponBtblHttee and tW bop 8 joys prlvllegee love and ouwsel0at the old life Lao bequeathedto ui IIPRQUD LIMERICK Division 4 Excels Record ofTen Years In Receipts jOll1tInlslnesson Monday evening and President John H Hennessy Is prouder than ever of his Limerick Hibernians DrCharlesmirably instructive address on tuber culosis and his talk was heard with attention State President George J Duller WelshIwereonrecent national conversion Each made an interesting talk John lies slon and D J Coleman visitors from Division 3 also made interest lug talks Refreshments were served and an hour or more was spent In social conversation The attendance was the largest ol the year and the receipts of the evening were the largest in ten years SUMMER SCHOOL Of Cliff Haven Appreciates Work of Its Afumnal theICliffYHaven N Y under the direction its President Mrs Charles Murray held its annual midsummer meeting 0on Thursday of last week Tire GoModerator was present for the oc casion This splendid association which has done such tine work for the Catholic Summer School has thentwosbeautiful cottages erected on the groundsThe election of officers resulted in the reelection of Mrs Charles Murray and the selection of the following board of officers Miss Rose F Egan of Syracuse first Vice President Mrs Francis P Walsh of Philadelphia Second Vice President Miss Katherine Hogerty of Brooklyn Recording Secretary Mrs Edward J iFtlzgerald of New York Corres ponding Secretary Mrs Ida L Galla her of White Plains Treasurer RIVERV1EW Patrons of Rlvervlew Pak and lovers of good music are glad to know that Manager Simons has ar ranged for the popular Banda Roma to finish the season there The vocal soloists will be Miss Hattie Belle Slater and Mme Arnold who have become great favorites The swimming pool attracta much atten tion and the merrygoround Joy ride chutes scenic railway and other amusement devices continue in operation and please everybody Rlvervlew never looked prettier than therewillthe Newsboys Hotke- TYPHOIDS VICTIM Friends in Louisville were sorry to learn of the death of Miss Nora McElligott which ocucrred at her home in Frankfort on Thursday of last week Death was due to typhoid fever The deceased was the daugh ter of Dan McElligott a well known Frankfort tailor She was highly respected and her griefstricken father has the sympathy of many friends The funeral took place from the Church of the Good Shepherd on Saturday morning ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE With the annual pilgrimage to the shrine of St Ann Isle La Motte the ninth week of the present session of the Catholic Summer School at Cliff SundayIThethe most successful ever held more oniportunltq This annual pilgrimage which was Inaugurated by the Rev John F Mullaney LL D of Syracuse has grown in Interest and numbers with each succeeding year- PERFECTING WIRELESS Clippings from the Bureau of the Catholic Truth Society of New York tell us that Father Richard Dell S J head of the department of phy sics at Santa Clara College Cali fornia has Invented a machine that produces continuous oscillation in the wireless telephone which has heretofore been seriously handi capped because the vibrations could not be made continuous TVYBRANTS NEW STUDIQ Wybrants photographic studio has removed to 643 South Preston street and asks the patronage of old friends Frank Wybrant the manager Is an export with the cam era He excels In both indoor and outdoor photography and makes a specialty of llfeslzo portraits Pa trons can make engagements for fittings t by calling the Wybrant studio over Home telephone 29G2J MOTION PICTURES For the entertainment of the patrons of the Orpheum and Casino theaters next week the very latest approved films have been secured promising good summer amusement There will be views never seen here before a number of which will bee both Instructive and amusing lat character and well worth a visit GREEK PRIMATE ARRIVES His theMost ReV An drew Alexander Roman Sheptyskl Archbishop of Lemborg land Primate of the Greek Catholic church fut Galacla Austria arrived Jn New York on Tuesday He is en route to Montreal to attend the 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desirable Ina Gas Range J The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL J It ranks high in the estimation of the 1 public DR J T CHAVVK j Veterinary Infirmary and Harass Shoeing Forte ISCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING tieree Clstrn4I+ fo l 7 I I PFPICE AND PQWlJ 7Ja7s SIWTH lASfWBJ o 0 or tt- G DD P r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Past WeekQenral- News Notes Division 5 of Toronto Can has decided to organize a fife and drum bandThe Minnesota State convention will open at Farlbault on Septembe 21 and continuo for at least three daysThe sick and funeral benefits pald out by tho order for tho two years ending December 31 last wasI 886643 i Division 3 will announce the dater for tho Phoenix Hill reunion an entertainment at the meeting to beheld on September 2 New York City Hibernians willI have their field day tomorrow The promise the greatest day pf I holsdt next week that of Division 2 on Friday night An invitation is extended all members of the order tc be present With its eight divisions Indian apolis sent the largest delegationI that ever represented the Hoosier capital to the State convention att Terre Haute The Ohio State convention was held at Dayton this week Muc- good I for the order was I and the work will bear fruit won I into the future Division 1 of Minneapolis is ar ranging for a big Initiation on Sep tember 4 It need not be surprising if Minnesota soon leads in the race for new members Wisconsin held its State conven tion this week at Janesvllle Amon- thej delegates from Milwaukee were II Prof Michael G Rohan and Presl dent Joseph Gallon The Juvenile Hibernians of San Francisco have made rapid strides this year Their baseball team wonI eighteen out of nineteen games played before August 1 I I IBefore leaving Jordan Minn for IJRenvllle the Rev Father Fahey was tendered a reception by the local I Hibernians when he received magnificent and costly presents and ia handsome purse I The donations of the Ancient Order for charitable purposes during I the last two years reached the enormous sum of 94850 This Is a record next to that of the St Vincent ISocietyI Its State conventio- this week at Richmond openin- Tuesday with high mass at St Peters church The reports were highly gratifying and show a steady r growth of the order All members who possibly can drI so should respond to the Invitation of the good Sisters and be present at the lawn fete for sts Mary andl Elizabeth Hospital on either Tuesday or Wednesday of next week Features of the Vermont State convention at Burlington this week were a big Initiation parade solemnl high mass and sermon public meet Ing banquet and entertainment Ui l iafternoonon Lake Champlain andI grand ball- Kentucky is the only Souther- State l that teaches Irish history i I any of Its parochial schools StateI Chairman James P Barry says the work has only Just commenced here and that the next report will show I centI willl at theI FederaitionOrleans this fall We would suggest that he be invited to spend at least one day and night in Louisville I while on this trip An official visit would bring all together and bo productive of Incalculable good INOTED VISITOR Assistant Mother General Is Visiting Home of Aged Mother Alexis of St Teresa As sistant Mother General of the Little Sisters of the Poor spent this wee at the Home for the Aged and In firm conducted by her order a Tenth and Magazine streets Mother Alexis Is making a general tour of the orders homes In the United States Not the least important Is the home In Louisville where nearly 400 old people are cared for Theru are fiftyone houses conducted by the Little Sisters in the Unlled States The largest is In Baltimore where there are 1200 Inmates I Mother Alexis is from St Pern France where the mother house is located It Is presided over by Mother General TeresaII BIRTh DAY SURPRISES I The young friends of Miss Nannie McCuo entertained her with a sur prise party on her birthday August 19 at her home at 2207 Duncan street Refreshments were served on the lawn which was decorated with lanterns During the evening games and musical numbers were In dulged In and all the folks had a good time Covers were laid for the following Misses Ruth Stone Emma FaheyVirginia 1larrlGallagberl Gilllgan Mary Campbell LIU Harrington Nellie Barry Wltlna Klotz Mary Margaret Swift Gertrude Carr Helen Barret Nannie McCue and Messrs Roger Cline Will Barry Joe Barry Frank Barry George Campbell John Fahey John Davis Patrick Swift Rhinehart Fuchs John Kelley Steve Bannahan and John McQue NECESSARY IMPROVEMENTS Our venerable Cathedral of the Assumption one of the oldest and stateliest Ip the United States con tlnuee to undergo Improvement The lalltwlntellItlug anfl thli will won be succeeded by painting NewarJllwbt1U l nj n rfi r h ti Ii tr SOCIETY DIRECTORY o I13- DIVISION y 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First andI Third Tuesda- yPresident1homes Walsh Vice PresidentWilliam Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P LawlerFinancial Secretary Thos J Dola 2129 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market ForddVice PresidentRaymond Barrett SecretaryWilliamMeehan T Financial SecretaryJno J Kenney i streettoLynch SergeantatArms David M Mti phII SentinelWilliam Nash DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third MondaysI Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretory Thomas J Uevens Financial Secretary John G lIes hTreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArms James P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyE Lan1 gan 734 West Oak Assistant Financial Secretary D J R llly- Recording Secretary John A Winn Treasurer Harry Brady SergenntatArmsWUllnm Callahan g Outside Sentinel Michael McDer nott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVII1LE Beets OH the First and Third Tues days at Plans Hall PresldentJ G Cole MurphyRecording Df 3rody tFinancial SecretaryJ E Cole J Treasurer Bernard A Coll FlahertyInsideFlahertygYO 11Q Ii- teICIPi COUNCIL 205 tleets Monday Evenings at Club- House i 344 North Twentysixth President John T Kenney AlCasperSecond Vice President Thom F Bachman r Recording tiecretaryBobert Os Borne fCorrespond1ngSecretnryWllliam i 4 rin1cfFinanciahecrefaryPrank GIdams fe1 Treasurer Dan Weber BartschnLinknIOutside SentinelJoseph Stewart I dows will be the next thing In or I IsIsI sI I approveEreo the hours and the quarters as yore LAST APPEARANCE Of John McCloskey and Milwaukee Club This Season j John McCloskeys Milwaukee I thIsIwitItheI h y has a host of well wishers herd who ankd rooting Is pretty evenly divided It manty of fans have had to see some o tlo now men Allen Galbraith Burke and Byrd being unknown to tho majority It is a little early for the local management to arrange to next season but popular favor and the support of the fans can be secured right now by contracting with Jimmy Burke to lead the team expertlments ability as a leader All critics hero agree on this with the exception ofr editsIdt I but10fI a young man who not only attempts to regulate our sports hero b velnly endeavoring to dictate after bringing his secondhand column1 here i HOlIONS THEATER Hopkins Theater will reopen to morrow as a high class vaudeville and moving picture house During playhawse more modern equipments Installed lIt will be as heretofore the leading moving picture house of the South and will be conducted by the Princess Amusement Company whose able management has Wad the motion pictures such a success In Louisville Admission will be only ten cents There will be three performances daily- SOJOURNER RETURNS Alderman James Treasy returned tto Louisville on Tuesday after spending three months In Europe HIs Itinerary Included Ireland the iritlih Isles Trance Belgium Germany and Switzerland Heallwitnessed the Passion Play at Ober beenIbenentedbroad but was glad to pt beck tq drld Leyklk nso k 0 r 1 k l IRELAND Record of the Host Important at the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I The late Ernest A Klnncar of Tralee left a personal estate valued at 55000 Draperstownnj County Derry Is healthy and strong at the great age of 106 years The annual collection of Peters pence In the various churches in the Dublin diocese has amounted to 8000 At the Interment of Mrs George Maher at Nenagh her nine sons with the father were the chief mournersA of sympathy with the Agllsh evicted tenants has been passed by the Callan Board dl GuardiansDuring the first part of August withrgreat rapidity over South Tyrone antI the Clogher Valley districts- P J OCallaghan assistant In the Strabane Gas Works was appointed gas manager In Omagh at a meeting of the local Urban Council The Rev J Flynn of Clonakllty has been ordained to the priesthood by the Most Rev Dr Kelly the Bishop of Ross In the ProCathedral at Sklbbereen The late Manus McFadden J P of Letterkenny whose death is mud lamented was father of Edward McFadden and Bernard McFadden Secretary of Donegal County Council rDr S R Richardson a native of Kesh County Fermanagh at pres ent engaged in the Lock Hospital at Dublin has been appointed house surgeon to the Fermanagh County Hospital A memorial service was held In St Nicholass Collegiate church al Galway in connection with the death of Miss Blake who perished In the tire In Menlqugh Castle There was a large congregation The Kerry County Council decided to apply to the Roads Board for a grant of 100000 for the repair and reconstruction of the roads In the Klllarney and other tourist sec dons of the county owing to the severe wear and tear caused by the Incessant motor traffic A verdict of death from exhaus etion and exposure was returned at rergarding the death of John Geary a native of Roundstono Connemara who had been missing and whose body was found by some shepherds on a mountain near Maam General regret is felt in Limerick at the death of John Gilligan In spector of the night watch a posi tion occupied by him for the past eleven years He was appointed during the Mayoralty of John Daly who effected a reformation of the- as old system of regulating the control of the city night watch Much regret Is felt In Galway at the death of Peter OShaughnessy proprietor of the Court Theater which occurred at the County Hos pltat jLfrLiWS dtritTloughni6ve- OShaughnessy has been In Galway for many years and enjoyed much popularity among a large section of the community ABLE DELEGATES Will Represent Kentucky at Supreme Council ofofY M I James T Shelley Supreme Director of the Y M I will leave Louisville on Tuesday for San Francisco where the Supreme Council of the order will assemble on Septem ber 5 and remain in session a Week The age Ilimit now thirtyfive years will be the vital question discussed Mr Shelley has been urged to make the race for Supremo President of aps predate the honor he has not up his mind to make the race gratifying their pleasure ADD SHELLEY ARTICLE i Robert T Burke Kentucky Grand Councils delegate to the Supreme convention of the Y M L left Louisville for San Francisco on Wednesday He will ably represent- f Kentucky and our State will cer tainly be well taken care of by lasers Shelley and Burke INJURYrJames T Shelley was slightly In jured in a headon collision between a Big Four and a B and O train the other day Mr Shelley was traveling through Indiana on business For tunately his injuries were of such a nature that he did not have to cur tall file trip Although limping slightly Mr Shelley bears his pain pleasantly and Is thankful that he got off so lightly His bruised leg will not prevent his trip to the Y Banrtelephone was busy for several days through calls of anxious friends and he declares that he Is Just realizing how many friends he has Through the Kentucky Irish American he desires to thank them all for their sollcitious Inquiries and expressions or sympathy JEFFJERSONVILLB WEDDING Miss Julia Buebler and Gus Vise ing well known young people of Jeffersonville will be united In mar riage at St Augustines church in ate fondants will be James Buehler a brother of tho prospective bride and Miss Louise Gllooley of Louisville The brlde elect Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Buehler of 409 Pearl street and the fortunate groom is a plumber and resides with his father Henry Visaing of 1011 past Maple street CAPT KANE IMPROVING Capt Gus Kane who submitted to a serious surgical operation at St Jpuephs Infirmary on Tuesday iIi inaklnr favorable progress toward recovery His friends expect to see him out within a week y tJJ u ti O- U u 0- l t eeeeeeeoaewkeeee+wee + e eat New + For Your Furniture Wa- II I WANT YOUR TRADE i iIMy stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best I JAMES GREENEI 425 427 and 429 East Market Street I It+ 4 + 4 4 Academy of the Sacred Hear CRESCENT HILL LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY CONDUCTED BY THE URSULINE SISTERS This beautiful garden spot enriched by nature and 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