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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w v 1 rU o KENTUCKY j JfI1UME XV NO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1910 PRICE FIVE CEN A vOiv L ASANT sea Awaited the Supremo resident ol Knights and I Ladles 01 Executive Pays Official Visit to Cradle of Ills Order I Heart to Heart Talk With Able Members Promises Good Results a BANQUETQ AT FONTAINE FERRY I F P Leonard Supreme President of the Catholic Knights and Ladles M America paid his first official visit to Louisville on Saturday and spent Sunday and Monday In over looking the field of his order in this city Mr Leonards home Is In St Louis and he was elected Supreme resident of the C K and L of A at the convention held there last May As Louisville was the cradle ci the order Mr Leonard thought it fit to come hero for inspiration to guide him on other offical visits to itherparts of his field The older Knights and Ladies re member that the late lamented Granville W Smith was the founder of the society that has done so much for the widow and orphan The Catholic Knights of America had been in existence several years when Mr Smith saw the necessity of extending its benefits to Catholic women He broached the idea to several Catholic friends who saw its merits and as a result the new ore or the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America was established and was made absolutely inde pendent of any other organization The order grew rapidly In the be Inning It is still growing not so rapidly but with more healthful re sults Now there are twenty branches in Louisville and the visit of Su premo President Leonard is expected to give each of them an additional Impetus He has his own ideas about the guidance and governance of the order and he voiced those ideas to those most interested while ho was i In Louisville I I Mr Leonard arrived in Louisville last Saturday evening was met by aff representativesofIhoofdc Oalt House during the evening On iI Sunday morning he was escorted to mass shown points of Interest In the I city and had his first formal confer- Ence with members of the order at Dougherty McEllIotts mortuary parlors 1227 West Market street at 3 oclock on Sunday afternoon The assembly was made up of leading members of each of the local branches John J Score presided and Miss Mary Sheridan acted as Secre tary After Chairman Score had stated the object of the meeting and had Introduced the Supreme Presi dent Mr Leonard took the floor discussed the aims and objects of the society told what difficulties and obstacles were to be found and sug gested the means to surmount them and then appointed Miss Mary Sheri dan State Deputy for Kentucky Each of the local branches will have Its own deputy appointed by the Su premo President Other delegates save informal discussions on affairs of interest to the order The meet Ing closed with a better understand ing of affairs all around In the evening at 8 oclock the local members of the order gave a Tjjinquet in honor of Supreme President Leonard at Fontaine Ferry Park About fifty persons sat down to the feast Mr Leonard was the principal speaker at the banquet board Others who made short talks for the good of the order were John J Score who was toastmaster Dr Peter S Ganz Miss Mary Sheridan Mrs Mary Richards of Now Al banyJohn B Stickler and Mrs An drew Kast After the speakers had concluded Supreme President Leon ard and the other members of the order visited the vaudeville theater and other concessions at the park On Monday Mr Leonard spent an other day of sight seeing In company with local members of the order When seen at the residence of Thomas Keenan on West Market street Monday afternoon President Leonard said his visit to Louisville had been a series of surprises and sill pleasant surprises The prospects tor the order are bright ho declared and his idea of establishing now systems seems to meet general approval Ho expects to give his di rect official supervision to all the affairs of the order He made iit clearly understood that the now ad xiinlstration had gone to work and expected a big increase in member ship and branches CLARE MAN NAMED The Very Rev Father Patric Cluno lies been dignlsslmus In tho terna for a suc cessor to the Right Rev Dr Gibney Bishop of Perth West Australia Father Clune is a member of the Tledemptorlst order and was born iin the County Clare TRIPLY IrelandI Many friends sympathize wi Detective Dave Scanlan and his sinter Miss Mollle Scanlan whoseI brother Dennis Scanten died at hisI l SturdayI tuberculosis from which he hd lon- been g 1 a sufferer Only two week before hb mother Mr Mary Roan a 0 r rs 1 tan had been called into eternity and her death had been hastened by the demise of another son John Scanlan a month previously The funeral took place from St Patricks church on Monday morning and was largely a ended MADE GLAD I John Graves Finds But Few Changes at His Old Home John C Graves tho well known grain and commission merchant has returned from his old home Mam moth Cave and is as tickled over his trip as a small boy with his first pair of redtop coppertoed boots sinkMrwonder and he returned to find conditions much as he left them Yet he missed many of the old neighbors of long ago The majority of them HowIII to see John C Graves the erstwhile boy and youth who came to Louis ville became a merchant capitalist and real estate owner D L Graves father of John C was for five years manager of the hotel at Mammoth Cave Tho elder Graves died a few years ago but his memory is held in esteem by the old neighbors in the vicinity of the cave From 1870 to 1875 Mr Graves conducted the hotel and proved a beloved boniface Mammoth Cave was visited Oftener than ever before during those years John was only a boy In those days but he soon learned the intricacies of the cave and acted as a special guide on many occasions Ho loves every rock of the old wonder and certainly en Joyed his visit of last week Among the old timers who came to visit him were Squire Oliver Shackel ford and his wife both past the eightyyear mark Mr Graves is pleased with the installation of a telephone system by which parties traveling through the cave can communicate with the hotel office at any time He also noted that tho old pipe line constructed by his father nearly forty years ago is still fur nishing clear water It Is brought a distance of threo miles Mr Graves Is so exuberant over his trip that ho says he feels like handcuffing all his friends and relatives together and dragging them to see the many natural beauties of his old home place IGALA DAY Spent Encampment bYM j fJUniformed Catholic KnightsII IThe two local military companies of the Catholic Knights of America held their annual encampmen in Stephen Wagners Grove above tho Louisville Water Companys pumping station on the River road last Sun day The members of the two com panies attended early mass at their respective parish churches and then hied for the camp via the Prospect interurban cars Rashers of bacon friend eggs and aromatic coffee made the atmosphere redolent Those that did not bring appetites ac quired them on the grounds The breakfast was soon dis patched Capts Tony Montedonlco and Oscar Mater dispensed with the ceremonies of inspection and drills and all enjoyed a day free from care and work An excellent dinner and supper were also served the campers Choice cigars were supplied in abundance and the smoke that arose campfireIn the afternoon Major Gen Michael Reichert head of the Uni form Rank made his apeparance Ho was not feeling well but went in order not to disappoint the boys The fresh air the general environment and the good fellowship restored him HarryVoonemanJr BoatClubwillIngwaters of the Ohio Charles Meehan and Tobo uptheirrideAboutbroke totheirnot hungry A encampmentorchestra which Tendered a varied and well arranged musical pro gramme CONTRACTOR COMPLIMENTED Squire John M Adams is being generally complimented on his work in completing the roadbed of the taSholbyv1l1e roadbed asonduringbad ReceiverdCol Thomas 111 nary President of the Louisville Railway Company are among those who have examined the theMessrsIi I TO IRELANDIIDAQIC I MurphythtransferredfromIreland where he has been appointed Father General of the order Ill health la responsible for the transfer The Very Rev Father Eugene PkeUa has bees enttoAmerica as Provincial 1 i I Co o p L f 3- s t o Ir GEN BARRY I Has Taken Clmrgs ol the Mill I tary Academy at VcstII Point I I No Officer in tile United States Army Has a Higher Record- Complimented I by the President and Prelates For Ills Work ALWAYS INTENSELY AMERICAN Major Gen Thomas H Barry U S A who became Superintendent of the United States Military Academy at West Point on September 1 Is what Justice OGorman of the New York Supreme Court terms a typical product of New York City Tom Barry was born and reared In the old First ward New York and there are still men In New York City who will tell you that Tom was the handsomest boy in the old ward and that when he came back from West Point on furlough the younger boys were wont to point him out as their hero That was thirty years ago Robert B Roosevelt an uncle of the now famous Teddy appointed young Barry to West Point Theodore Roosevelt as President of the United States made him a Brigadier General and finally a Major General Police Capt Patrick Lahey of the New York police force was one of the youngsters in old Greenwich village to whom Barry as a cadet was a hero He was older than the rest ot us boys said Capt Lahey the other day but I remember him well I recollect when he came home from West Point He was the straightest finest looking lad I ever saw and We kids just stood around and ad mired him I saw him years later when as Grand Marshal he rode at the head of the great parade that went up Fifth avenue at the time of the Catholic centennary celebration In this city and handsome as he was as a boy he was even handsomer as a General of the army Nobody who ever knew him is astonished at the great record he has made Gen Barry received his Prelim In- 1rYo Jcation ina ewg gram i It flnlpall t a at rick Gavan Duffy who later became DuffyiDuffyrecammended Congressman Robert Roosevelt and he was appointed to West Point in 1872 He entered upon his career there on July 1 1873 He was one of the most popular cadets there dur ing his four years was a good student and held front rank as an athlete In June 1877 he received his diploma and as Second Lieuten ant was assigned to the famous Seventh Cavalry Custers old com mand After three years In the Sev enth Gen Barry was transferred to the infantry arm and assigned to the First Infantry as a First Lieutenant promotedCaptainpassingthrough1903 President Roosevelt made him a Brigadier General In April 1908 the same President promoted him to his present rank tho highest under the present law that an army officer an attain He is the second officer Of his rank to hold the appointment as Superintendent since West Point was founded The other was Lieut MajorGeneral1876 No officer in the army has a finer record than Gen Barry In the SpanishAmerican war he was an Adjutant General and after the close thePhilippinesernment failed to make good several years ago with the result that the Americans had to occupy the Island President Chief of the army of the Cuban pacification as it was known and in that capacity ho did his work PO wasforown people to rule Gen Barry was accorded when he loft an ovation such as few officers have ever received at home or abroad commandinto be Grand Marshal of the Catholic centennary parade At the close of dinedbytheCatholicwas one of the speakers and when hishandbigbrothersaIdthePhUlpplnesJso gracious and so handsome that I saidtoand if ever I get into trouble I will got him to get me out of it Gen citytohimself spokenonpralBedthesoon to become the head of When GenBarryNew York I was was not asked if I was a Catholic or the son of an andhelpedin the way that I thought tt and as tang as I retaaltied at Wert Point I wasI toorJk x over thrown up to me Furthermore in the thirty years I have been in the army the conditions have been the same When I went to Washington to be made a Major General Presi dent Roosevelt said to me Barry you are not mado a Major General because you are a Catholic or be cause you are an Irishman but you are made one for the same reason that I was made President that is because you are an American Officers who havo been associated with Gen Barry say that he will prove to bo one of the greatest of West Point Superintendents and the academy has bad many who deserve to be remembered among the truly great I INTO NEW HOME i SeventyFive Orphan Boys Brought to Preston Park 1Thursday morning seventyfive hQarty and hap y orphan boys ar rived in Louisville from St Thomas Asylum at Bar town and were in stalled In their i ew home at iPreston Park The little fellows were In charge of the Very Rev James P Cronin V O and were accompanied by eight Sisters of Charity Upon their arrival at the Tenthstreet depot the fatherless little ones were met by Messrs M J Walsh Thomas Feely Al Smlth and D J Coleman representing tho St Vincent de Paul Society who ha4 them placed Inan omnibus and transferred to Preston Park which will be their future home Alhtough no definite an nouncement hasbeen made it is thought in many quarters that the building vacated at Bardstown may be remodeled and converted Into a diocesan seminary Years ago St Thomas had a wide reputation as a seat of learning and It is the devout wish of its oldtime students that it may regain its former prestige RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Charles Scadler who died Sunday evening at the home of his father George Seadler took place from St Vincent de Pauls church and was largely attended Tho deceased had been ill for over a year but had bprne his suffering patiently and was fully prepared for the final summons Surviving him are four sisters and five brothers The funeral oJHMrs Nellie Holley who died on Ftay morning took place Sunday atti noon and was one of the largest seln for a longtime at Holy Name ajchurch Deceased lIR tt 1a Holley foreman of the Louisville S Nashville round house and her death is mourned by a wide ircle of friends and relatives Mrs Holley was a sincere friend and Christian woman who will be long missed In Holy Name parish Miss Mary Stewart twentythree years old died at the family residence 2418 Bank street on Tues day She had been suffering from typhoid fever Her parents Mr and Mrs Patrick Stewart two brothers John and Joseph Stewart and one sister Miss Regina Stewart survive her The deceased was one of the most popular and lovable girls in tho West End and her funeral which took place from St Cecilias church on Thursday morning was very largely attended Mrs Rose Rlckelman wife of Joseph Rlckelman 120 Coral ave nue and one of the most highly esteemed women of Clifton passed to her eternal reward Monday morning after a short Illnes of heart dis ease Though not wholly unexpect ed the news of her death came as a shock to her many friends and relatives Besides the husband her mother and a sister and brother survive her The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Frances of Rome church Mrs Mary Grady an esteemed and veperable resident of the East End died at her home 1222 Payne street on Monday evening She had been ill several weeks and her death was not unexpected Tho deceased was born in Ireland seventyTour years ago but had lived In America more than fifty years She was the widow of Patrick Grady and is survived by five children They are Misses Mary and Katie Grady and Gus Dan and Joe Grady Her funeral took place from St AloysIus church on Wednesday and was largely attended RETURN THANKS The lawn fete for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital was a decided success Both nights the spacious grounds were crowded with pleased and happy people whose only regret was that the fete did not con tinue longer Tho good Sisters of Nazareth return heartfelt thanks to all those who in any way contributed to the success of their undertaking HAPPY UNION One of tho prettiest of the seasons weddings was witnessed by a throng of friends and relatives that crowded St Mary Magdalens church Wednesday morning when David J Maloney led to the altar Miss Mary Itnelda Shea As the bridal party entered the church the Ceclllan Choral Club rendered a selection from Loheitgrin The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev Wiliam Gausepohl who was also the celebrant of the nuptial mass The bride and groom are widely known In Catholic and musi cal circles and then beat wishes of a host of friends follow them into their new life Following an elegant wedding ltr kfat the happy couple left on an exuded honeymoon trip Y u k u o 4- I j c I DEVELOPING Of Catholic Charities im United States Object ot Great Conlerence Clcrgyand Laity Enthused Over tlloComlngVashingtonScsslon Delegates Will Not Be Bound by Action Taken by the Majority I MAY LEAD TO GREAT RESULTS I Members of the Catholic clergy and laity all over the United States are being aroused to activity by the Very Rev Monsignor William White- S T D of Brooklyn who is making every endeavor to have an Immense gathering of Catholic charity work eta attend the National Conference of Catholic Charities which will be held in Washington on September 25 to 28 Pope Plus X has declared that his Apostolic blessing will be conferred on all who attend tho coming conference I The conference is the outcome of a feeling which is deepseated and widely shared among experienced Catholic men and women that steps should be taken to bring about closer relations among charity organiza tions New views of poverty new methods in relieving It and new principles are coming to the surface every day Some of these are of undoubted wisdom Others are of questionable soundness All of them affect public opinion and public policy to a greater or less extent States are working out policies In relief cities also are working out such policies The principles and views and practices thus developed touch the Catholic attitude toward poverty and relief at many points It would seem that steps arc necessary to set fairly before tho modern world our principles our methods and alms In charity and at the same time to adopt such features of gen eral relief work as commend themselves to our judgment and meet the approval of our faith The officers of the organization that has called this conference are His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons 4JMonsof the Catholic University Presi dent Hon William H DeLacy Treasurer Rev Dr William J Kerby Treasurer The Vice Presidents include such well known men as Thomas M Mulry New York Thomas G Rapier New Orleans Right Rev Bishop Anderson Bos ton Mrs Thomas H Carter Mon tana James J Kennedy Chicago The first sessions of the conference will be held at the Catholic Uni versity Membership in the conference as an organization and attendance at the meetings are open to all Catholics who are engaged in char ity work All Catholic charity asso ciations are entitled to send any number of delegates Each diocese State or city may send representa tives It has been determined that tIle conference will not attempt to enter the field of relief or displace any existing organization nor will it attempt to bind its delegates by vote Tho larger purpose of the or ganization iid to discover the guiding forces In Catholic charity in the United States to enable its repro sentatives to meet and exchange views and to endeavor is bring about such regulations in charity work as will promise the highest ef ficiency and most cordial sympathy among organizations thus engaged lOne entire day will be devoted to the reception and discussion of re ports from cities States and dioceses on the general contrition of Catholic charities The work this year will bd devoted almost entirely to a discussion of lay charities Among the papers that will be read and their respective authors will bo Institutional Care of Chil dren Very Rev James Sullivan C M Emmittsburg Boarding Out of Children James E Fee Boston Placing Out of Children William J Doherty New York Fresh Air Homes Joseph W Brooks Balti more Probation Timothy D Hur ley Chicago The Big Brother Patrick Mallon Brooklyn Cooper ation With the Juvenile Court A B Reid Pittsburg Day Nurseries Mrs Thomas Hughes Kelly New York Friendly Visiting Miss Teresa R ODonobue New York GraceOBrienthe Home Mrs James Ryan Balti more Purchase and Preparation of WilsonChicagoDispensaryDrTuberculosis Among the Poor Dr PhiladelphiaLegal Fox Cincinnati Temperance Work Among the Poor Rev Peter OCal laghan Ofl P Chicago Prison PhiladelphiaOrganized John Marron Pittsburg Caro of the Unemployed William F Downey Washington State Boards of Charity Rev Francis H Gavisk Indianapolis Schools of Philan StLouisthoPoorDoyleCAmong the Poor Itev John T McNicholas OP New York Catholic charity organizations are namestoUniversity Washington D C is y o- Ji- o i to order that a complete directory of Catholic charities in tho United States may be compiled I i DUTY CALLS And father McHugh Goes to Post In Dominican Seminary The Rev Father Ambrose Mc Hugh O P who spent the month of August in Louisville returned to Washington D C on Wednesday to take up his duties as professor of theology in the Dominican House of Studies Father McHugh is a iLouls vlllo boy a Limerick boy and a son of Mr and Mrs Patrick McHugh old and respected residents of St Louis Bertrand parish During his stay in Louisville Father McHugh as sisted in the work at St Louis Bertrands church but had some tlmo to spend with his family and eld friends After completing his course of studies at the Dominican seminary Father McHugh spent two years abroad and returned with his S T L degree During his recent visit he had time to look around and note the progress that Louisville is mak ing He is enthusiastic over the work the Dominicans are engaged in in the National Capital Louisville old Kentucky old Lim erick if you please has given two able men to the Dominicans Father Richard Meany who was the de signer and builder of the House of Studies and who Is now President of the Dominican college at Columbus Ohio and Father McHugh There are few families in St Louis Ber trands parish that is without hope of at least having one son follow the example of Richard Meaney and Ambrose McHugh GREAT TIMES Planned For Delegates to State Convention of A O HI The Kentucky State convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Ladles Auxiliary will meet at Ashland on Monday and Tuesday September 19 and 20 although many of the delegates will arrive on the scene on Sunday September 18 The Louisville delegates will leave this city on Sunday morning at 9 oclock and are due to arrive at Ashland at 3 oclock In the afternoon The Paris delegation is expected to board the same train at Winchester- J B Burdlss is Chairman ot the Aa Comm ttee tha made th IAterrs t n1 dnlO ranged is as follows Sunday Visiting delegates re ceived at the railroad station and escorted to headquarters at Ventura Hotel by Reception Committee After supper the visitors will be enter tained with an ice cream supper by the Ladles Auxiliary of Ashland at the home of County President Thomas Howard Sr- MondayVisiting delegates and Ashland Hibernians will form at Division Hall and headed by the Ashland band march to the church where high mass will be celebrated After mass the delegates will pro ceed to the convention hall and be gin business sessions In the even ing there will boa dance at Clyffside Park and an open air concer by tho Wright Saxophone Trio of Colum bus Ohi- oTuesdayThe convention will be called to order at 9 oclock a m The entire day will be devoted to business After supper there will be a musicale at the Hotel Ventura An Interesting feature of the convention will be the reports of State Presi dent George J Butler the State President of the Ladles Auxiliary and County President P J Welsh on their impressions of the recent national convention at Portland Ore CATHOLIC SUMMER SCHOOL This was the tenth and concluding week of the lecture programme of the Catholic Summer School at Cliff Schoolhasthose attending will participate in the Eucharistic Congress At Montreal 1 next week Many of the dis tinguished visitors to that great event will visit Cliff Haven either en homeBy securinggreat numbers of people will take apartments on the Summer School assembly grounds and go in on the kayoCliffmorningthe congress IRISHAMERICAN NIGHT John 5f Mulloy has been named as Chairman for IrishAmerican night 8ettoiMulloy will appoint a committee of twentyfive or more to assist him and it is safe td predict that Irish American night will witness the banner attendance of the week MAULIFFE HONORED One of the handsomest gold badges ever seen in Lousvllle was presented to Capt Michael Mc Auliffe of the Second Police district by his admirers last Saturday after noon The presentation was made in the Police Court room and in the presence of several hundred friends Col H Watson LIndsey made the presentation speech and paid tribute to the worth and efficiency of Capt MoAullffo The Capt tnwas stricken dumb for a few moments and then recovering himself told those present how proud he was to Win their esteem The badge la studded with eighteen Diamonds I i ri- r a U- o n en o n n HILDA And ItS Historic Cu lr Are Yet Famous theVorld- Ocr Most Level County in Ireland and Watered by Many Streams Ruins ol Ancient Abbeys and Palaces Still Abound In Parts MANY NOTABLE FORTS EXTANT I The County Klldare takes its namo from tho town of the same name and tho town in turn took its name from a little chapel or cell built by St Brigld in the fifth century The cell treeThisreligiousfor ages afterward It was called Cllldara the church of the oak Tho old oak tree stood there for several hundred years after the tlmo of St Brlgid end in memory of her it was held in great veneration longfrommiles wide It has an area of 654 square miles and a population of 70000 Klldare is the most lovel county In Ireland There are several hills over 1000 feet high in tho eastern margin but they are mero MountainsNearragh the finest racing ground in the British empire if not in the world The Curragh is six miles long and two miles broad It is a gentle un dulating plain covered with a fine velvety elastic sward perpetually grpen From the most remote period of Irish history the Curragh of Klldare has been used as a taco course and its Importance in old times may be inferred from the nu merous raths or forts and other ancient earthworks scattered over its surfaceThe famous Boyne river rises in Klldare at Trinity Well in the northwest of the county and Slow through part of the county befoJ It becomes the boundary line J Kings county and Meath t nitfcfthr Lx row Iu t= Rye kr and the Blackwater are othc streams that run through Klldare Among the historic towns in Ki dare are Athy Monasterovin Ki dare Naas Newbridge Colbrldgo Loixlip and Maynooth The last named town is the site of fhe great seminary for the education of young men for tho Catholic priesthood It contains the ruins of the castlo of the Fltzgeralds Earls of Klldare tho ancestora of the Duke of Lelnster whose fine demesne lies beside tho townThe northwestern part of the county which is that part that in I t eludes the baronies of Salt IkealtK Oughteranny Clane and part of Vv Naas and Connell formed the ancient Hy Faelan Up to the close of tho twelfth century It was the territory of the OByrnes The southern part of the county was the original homo of the OTooles who like the OByrnes were driven out of their land by tho AngloNormans in tluj twelfth century JJ- In olden times thorn were threj royal residences in Iildare JETSifl asstheli mound beside the town Ifi the re1 nant of tho old palace Dun slim on the hill of Knockaulln was a other palace of the Lelnster King Perhaps the most noted of the thr palaces was the Hill of Allei anciently called Alma It was home of Finn the son of CumalltJ of the most celebrated ot a Irish heroes The hill is nov dered more conspicuous by pillar on its summit in the err of which the vestiges of Finn palace fort were nearly obllteva There are also remarkable forts Ardscull Mulllnmast and Maist j These great fprts are also t4 mains of the residences of Kings One of the finest specimen round towers is found in an cemetery near a chapel in j County Kildaro It Is considrJ bo ono Of the oldest tower J land It is called Round Castledermot Other round t in this county are at Klldaro v ashee Oughtcrard Old KUculJer Taghodoe JOHN MGUIRE DIES John MoGuIre seventytt of age and for over halt a a respected resident or1I died Wednesday night at 1934 West Chestnut to short Illness of BrlghyH McGuire married in 1 a Pendergast of Louisvji vices him He is1 rfiirv five sons Charles Eft John and William tin i ters Misses Annie XcVa ence and Alice McGuire J side at 1934 West Oh The funeral will ins- 1j0UIt i3t Cardinal Mar CeleanniversaryI her 16 purihgv celQbrated his pilr of the SeeD J I JrJIC jfVSjMiv vs liV1lv i FSAtu +2 a jk fJ rircuisaadatholcckni- ghyIAMEPtICAN rdt bung Xen cII I PRiNtlNGh ucorporated Publlthera o SRIPTION PRICE OMB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINQLB COPY IeI EnUrei et ih LwitavW Peetei He M SeeeedCteu Hitler Comlcdte II to fife KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Green St LOULE KySAlURDAy SEPTEMBER 3 1910 GOOD IV TRUE Our Catholic exchanges take quite seriously a recent Rome cablegram which states that the Holy Father has decided to create another r American Cardinal In tho near future and that the honor will go to Bishop Thomas F Kennedy Rector of the American College In the Eternal City Bishop Kennedy Is a native of the city of Philadelphia d is a figure standing prominently the forefront both In affairs at k Vatican and In Catholic affairsII WughoUt America He keeps In as close touch as possible with the latter and Is well known to all leading American prelates He tIs the personage In Rome through whom audiences with the HolyJ Father himself are arranged and It- S thus that he has become personally acquainted with many American Bishops and Archbishops with whom he Is a great favorite He Is a prelate of scholarship and of great talents and It Is moreover well known that ho Is one of tho prelates In whom the Holy Father has great confidence as well as being one upon whom all tho America- I prelates can unite In favoring hisI selection for the second Cardinal InI the United States SCHOOL DAYS The school season will open onI Monday This means that both r parochial and public schools will throw open their doors to the boy I and girls who are to be the men and women the legislators the fathers and mothers of tho future Eac succeeding year now boys and girls enter these institutions They begin to learn to read and write in the public schools In the Catholic schools they also learn about God their Creator They learn why they were made whence they came and where they will spend eternity cording to their good or evil duct Cn the Catholic schools the dren larejjtaughtLalso totepIV1t r the great events oflife They e caused to look forward anxiously a happy first holy communion to nor God and to reverence his holy tame to desist from servile work on- o Sabbath to honor parents and guardians to avoid quarrelling lighting and murder to shun immorality to be honest to avoid Blander and evil conversaton and to Void envy and covetousness No public school teaches these nines of morality It is sslble slnco they are secular- s and must perforce avoid us and doctrinal teachings jdoes It avail a boy or girl to he multiplication table or how Ire interest unless he or she the value of his or her own Vhat proflteth it a man to 4olo world if he loses his a dour Blessed SavIour P Suffer little children Aio me I J IiIi xife plain duty of parents and- O n rtlsend their children to pys and tncro Is no 8 iiem In Louisville Most o ifochial schools are free ois and besides there are ges and academies for those ite attained higher grades I urse of study In all of these I Lions keeps pace and often sets ce for the public schools See I your boys and girls start to a olio school on Monday U CAN STAY AT HOME illlam Jennings Bryan thrice tated for the Presidency ofII ij trl States and as often I I has announced his fflon to Judson Harmons lacy for the Presidency of the States At the same time he- t1atne I I is enough interested jjian togo to Ohio to denounce I the event he is electedII if the Buckeye recently was discredited I tibcrats of his own State ltllearning to finil hI91Wn businessii talked rflmself out of ftES HIS i of CREATORII U the editors of spapers are in use Emperor aei a religious- address I t to his weJ1avenoW William Mild e grace of GodL I are American Ye eat work R v S travel think and have our being b the divine grace of God alone Without it we are nothing- It would seem that Emperor Williams critics are hypercritical They do not realize that a monarch who reigns over GBi00000 people can thank his God from whom alll blessings flow- Victqria I II was Queen of England Empress of India Defender of the Faith etc ad Infinitum et a I nauseam and all by the grace oft Goitero sI II present day from ages There are low real Catholics who do not say I live I work I am by the grace oft God alone j Give the German Emperor a chance PLAYING FOR TIME There Is no news of value toI IrishAmericans coming aeries the I Atlantic Just now As yet no more conferences have been held between the Liberal and Tory leaders and the reason given is that Hne has heart disease so severely that his physicians have advised him to sixIweeks1 Scotland It is rumored that Mr Balfour has submitted to the conference a scheme providing for imperial representation in the House 9of Lords as the beginning of a system of Imperial federation claimedhI would strengthen the House of Lords something that the LiberallsI do not want In the meantime theI Irish people are anxiously awaitin the outcome They want home rule for Ireland Balfour or no Balfour They are not in a humor to bo trifled with I SEASONII The school season will open nextytl everCathoisend children under their care to a Catholic educational Institution Tho diocese of Louisville is 102 years old and some of Its educational institutions are hovering around the century mark Catholic education iin Kentucky is continually making progress and now it Is mor flourishing than ever Look where SChOOIS1colleges find evidence of progress St Rose is sending her young men to teac and preach as followers of St Dominic Nazareth oSt Catherines Loretto Our Lady of Mercy and the followers of St Ursula are constantly sending young women from Kentucky to teach in other fields The XaverIan Brothers fo more than forty years have been making good business men of our l boys All of these institutions are jkeeping pace with the progress of the age The motto of Catholic IJ educators in Louisville Is Onward rand upward Evidently the Herald sporting editor must be writing editorials for his paper In a double column editorial on Thursday the Herald tells how Coll Whallen would not let Judge Miller run for Circuit Judge last fall or even let his name come before the Democratic convention Judge Miler can truthfully say such is fame Several prominent Louisville IRepubllcans who were solicited to CampaigniCommittee I declaring that they were Just a1 little bit particular as to whom they would associate with And when the election rolls round it will be found that the good people approve their action ISend your children to dIocesan findIthemRemember too that cur Right Rev Bishop is doing everything in his rower to foster higher education to make our boys and girls better men and women as well as better Catholics IParents should remember that every advantage the child needs to acquire can be obtained in the Catholic schools Catholic parents have no Just excuse for sending their children elsewhere St Peters in Rome the largest church in the world will lhlsIto In answer to Inquiries constantly idA t- u pgrs lftiis urod tom h1v V4liffm a tell ittf the nJnJ h kik- vfhen the eeaupet a opens Roast Chowte seefes to be theI favorite dish among New York barristers these days I Teddy Is certainly stirring up the animals in the G O P- iSTVi I I I 1IiS sMiss Tlllie Burns of Clifton IsI visiting friends In Nashville Tenn YIMissI I Addle Dillon left last week for Buffalo to spend a week withl relatives ljfi ffl i 11II Mrs L McFarlan has been theI guest of Mrs Alexander Wilson at Slmpsonvllle I j I thQllrumberI I ftapledr at New Haven IIMissI Margaret Glues has been visiting at Russellvllle the guest of Miss Mary Ryan IIIMiss Clara Kersting has gone to Evansvllle for an indefinite stay with the Misses Wallrath I I1IrsI Louts Doyle is spending two months in New York at tho home of her sister Mrs Claude Flynn Mrs W A Arnold of Lebanon Junction has been visiting here as tho guest of Mrs Disney Ryan I IMrI and Mrs Thomas OMalley an I children of South Louisville are vis iting relatives at St Joseph Mo I avenueris expected home today from a two weeks visit to Dawson Springs t Mrs P Rone and her daughter Margaret of St Louis are visiting their cousin Miss Ella McMahon I IMiss May Berrelter of Chicago Ill is visiting F L Borntraeger andi family 2229 West Jefferson street II IMiss Anna Pierce of Zoneton en tertained last week in honor of her guest Miss Eulia OConnell of this city I IMrsI J II Welch and daughter Katharine of South Louisville lot last week to visit friends at Owens bare gIMissI Kate Lyons of 2812 Thirdl avenue spent last week at Sanders and is now visiting friends in Cin cinnati I IEdward Blven and wife and chit dren of South Louisville have been spending the week with relatives at iFairfield l I1Iaster George MandlehrhasMxe grundparoent Mr and Mrs Jerry Brlslan at Frankfort I IlIlIes i I Sallie Murphy has returned from Shelbyville where she attended the fair and was the guest of Mrs Dennis Ryan I 1MhsesI Mary Donahue and Katie beenespending the week visiting relativesI in Indianapolis 1Mrs J J Foley of 3820 Fourth avenue has been entertaining her daughterhi Edna of Paris Miss Rita R Keaney has returned from Worthington where she paid a weekend visit to Mr and Mrs Ed win C Schuler Miss Rita Keaney entertained last attendred and happy china shower In honor of Crushl 1035 South Sixth btreet has returned from Shelbyville He admired everything he saw at the Shelby county fair II Mrs Agnes Sheridan Miss Mollie McCarthy and Miss Lillie Gordon have returned from a pleasant visit to West Baden Springs Mrs Stafford McKenna and daughters Misses Mary and Regina of Fairfield were the guests of Louis vine friends this week I Miss Laura Raffo of West Chest nut street and Miss Elizabeth Cur Un of New York spent the week vIs- iting in Bowling Green Mrs Jack Richardson and chil dren have been visiting at Munford vllle the welcome guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Richardson Mr and Mrs Michael Flynn and son Mortimore have returned to Su Louis after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends In this city Edward G Hill and wife will leave tomorrow for Montreal to attend the sessions of the Eucharistic Congress and visit the cities of Canada Capt Fred Heffernan of the No 15 Engine Company has returned from a vacation of ten days spent in Chicago and at Niagara Falls Philip Mazzoni and wife who have been spending some time at Atlantic City and the East have returned J their home on Cherokee parkway toII Mr and Mrs J W Bryne and daughter Miss Virginia Bryne and Mrs 0 J Enright of Cincinnati have returned from French Lick Springs Judge Walter P Lincoln Mrs Lincoln and daughter Miss Mary Lincoln were among the guests who registered for a week at Olympian Springs I i I Mr and Mrs Frank G HarprinK have announced the engagement of their accomplished sad popular daughter Miss Teresa Happrlag to I f l- n u Blse L Karcher Tie wedding will take place in Octobers and will be one lot the society evenia of the season I 11lasters James Edward and Rob ert E McGrath have returned to their homo at 83 5 r South Seventh street after a pleasant visit to rela tives in Sf Louis l I IDave Rellly one of the veterans of Division 4 A O H is sepnding his vacation as a guest of his niece Mrs Percy Bareford a few mll back of New Albany I1lIss Mary Etta Burke of M J Burke formerly of this city but now of St Louis is hero to spend several weeks with her aunt Mrs Joseph Foley Sixth street r Misses Elizabeth Hannon and Catherine Montgomery have returned from Lake Chautauqua New York where they were engaged in kinder garten work for several months t I Mr and Mrs Theodore McCrory and daughter Miss Grace McCrory and Misses Edmonla Dougherty an Grace Mllllgah have returned fro a visit to Sweet Sulphur Springs I Tom Benson Newman of Crescen- Hill has returned to his post atte a vacation of two weeks spent a Frankfort and other places in the vicinity of the Forks of Elkhorni I LMrs Helen Honaker and Misses Anna Mary and Margaret McGovern Claudia Honaker and Maud Walston have returned from a delightful trip to Benton Harbor St Joseph and Chicago IIJosephI Traut of Hamilton avenue is tho happiest man in the High lands due to the arrival at his hame of a promising candidate for Branch 642 and the Catholic Knights America I Misses Marguerite and Katrln guestsd al weeks at her homo on Willow avenue returned Saturday to Mem pills Tenn Mr and Mrs John Score are re joking over the arrival of a pretty little daughter at their home 1039 South Sixth street The happy papa and mamma are receiving many congratulations I IMiss Mayme Mackey of 1901 Gri fiths avenue entertained J on Wednesday evening in honor her cousin Miss Stasla Leary of Buffalo N Y and George Rlehm11 of St Louis I Miss Corinne Lyons of 513 South Eighth street has returned from visit to friends and relatives at Ci- c cinnati and Covington In both she was the honor guest at a number of social functions I Miss Lena Hill of 420 South Twentysecond street arrived horn Saturday to be present at the birth day celebration of her mother Miss Hill spent the summer with at Twin Cave and vicinity L Misses Theresa fkatterman an Llllle Dean are making an extende- visit to places of interest in the East From Washington they go to Norfolk New York Atlantis City Buffalo and Niagara Falls I IIHarry Colgan representing the Standard 011 Company who was here for a short visit to friends and rela fives left this week for another ex tended business trip and will be away until late in the fall I IMrs John Harrington of Birming ham Ala is hero visiting MrI and i Mrs Thomas Bennett 424 East Main street and will be their guest till the close of the State fair She is ac companied by her little son I IMisses JohnII Julia and Mary LaPaillo have returned home after a ful visit with Mr and Mrs P Garvey of Cincinnati formerly o Louisville They also spent several I days with Mr and Mrs Irvin Rudolph of Bellvue I William Cushing is enjoying a va cation of two weeks from h1 arduous duties at the Kentucky Dis tillery and Warehouse Company He has taken his wife and family to th State capital where they will visltt the Frankfort fair and other point of Interest In the Bluegrass region IIWith a nuptial mass and in thei Presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives Miss Agath- Ott I and Virgil Bowles were united it marriage on Tuesday morning at St i lartlns church Rev Louis Ohio per formed the ceremony and the bride and groom were showered with con gratulations IA jolly little social was given lastl Friday evening by Mrs GeorgeI Dettllnger and Miss Anna M Mackey of 526 North Seventeenth street i i honor of their guest Miss Stasla Leary of Buffalo N Y One of th many pleasant features of the even- Ing was a donkey party in which Miss Anna Haley and Fay Solg cap tured the first prizes and Miss Maymo Mackey and Will Kellet the second prizes Among those present were Misses Stasla Leary of Buffalo Anna Haley of Jeffersonvillo i Mayme Emma and Ida Mackey Esther Farrell Mary Lyons Marie Farroll Lilly Mackey Edna Coll Mayme Mackey Mary Costello Anna lIfMackey Camnilla Dettllnger Mesdames Anna L Mackey Emma PMackeyMessrs Ray Gohmahn Winter Har BradyWillFay Selg Lawrence Mackey and I Will Payton CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Branch 25 C K of A has ar ranged with the management of the Broadway Theater for the presenta tion on Monday and Tuesday nights September 12 and 13 of high class motion pictures and specialties Robert Thurman well known as a I femalo impersonator and a fine I singer will DO heard both nights There win be two distinct pro grammes of new pictures and vaude ville turns add the Knlghbr promise 1 their friends an entertainment that Is 1 certain to please A4isslon will bel only ten cents 4 j ri i f PO ii Uo M oM H + oot I il IIi i SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ll- l J N KENTUCKY i= f IRISHr AMERICA V jSji jij tb bBrightest Catholic Weekly in the SouthwestNj i loNE DOLLAR PER YEARhh M If You Want All the News and Particulars of Happenings 4 dia in Catholic Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This Paper YYY tti s 1iN iSN 1 4 4 JN N MINM iii N SN 1MN N N LIINiNN N iNiNNNNNNNNJLI SNN N NN NN S JaIKNIGHTS OP COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where recentlYlnsUI tuted now occupies its new hall said be one of the finest In Wisconsin Ito Colorado Springs Council has beef gan preparations for a fitting cele bratlon of Columbus day on October 12 Denver Council opened its series of social meetings Tuesday night with the Denver and Lincoln baseball teams as special guests The Knights of Utica N Y have charge of tho country circus to be given next week for the benefit of St Johns Orphan Asylum- II The Knights of Lexington are pre offon Henran deliver the address on the occasion I As this will be tho first occasion since ithe Kentucky Legislature made Columbus day a State holiday spe theaitsngThe Knights of Columbus of Buffalo kept open house for the members of Mackln Council and their friends while in that city last week theegreater appreciated because wholly unexpected slLEASANTI I SURPRISE Southdbirthday last Sunday She had in tended to have a very quiet celebra 1118MaryHenryIVogolhusband Charles Hill prepared a offriendsandtheverypleasantly APPOINTED George Mcllhenny the well known InstructorhasI tor at the Young Mens Hebrew As I sociation gymnasium This action I I was taken at a meeting of the Board nightF ort untilIof gymnasium work is manifest to the Y M H A ABROADsI Dr G P Beutel Jr one of Louis istoneaof the Berlin medical schools before returning to Louisville to resume the practice of his profession Ober ammergau was on his Itinerary and theaClarencetIs in London to participate in the athletic games ARCHBISHOP SELECTED The Most Rev John J Glennon the young and eloquent Archbishop byIthe New York diocese to deliver the StrPatricks Cathedral on October 6 Intere est and also tho occasion for one of the most notable gatherings of Catholic dignitaries in the country FERRYS BEST SEASON Fontaine Ferry has but another week in which to complete the most successful season in its history Tony thisIjearo business which up to the pres ent time has topped all records The vaudeville will be one of merit and Greggs band will present an entirely new programme and all the amuse ment devices will be running SEEING THE WEST J L Sullivan the well known railroad conductorof Rockport Ind and his two daughters Misses Cecilia and Jennie Sullivan are spending thirty days at Colorado Springs Col Mr Sullivan and his daughters expect to visit Denver and see everything j In Colorado before returning to their home in Indiana SMASHED ALL RECORDS Two worlds records were broken last Sunday before a large crowd at the second annual track and field meet of the Chicago IrishAmerican Athletic Club Matt McGrath of the New York Athletic Club set a new I mark for the 58pound weight throw I for height toseing thee weight six teen feet 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COAL COIn- corporated Pittsburg and JellieD Coal Now is the time to lay In your winter supply of Coal Try Dougherty Lanning for the best quality of Pittsburg and ellicoCoal HOME PHONE 1783s CUMB 907a YARDS I5IH S MAGNOLIA 7IH S MAGNOLIA All the late and new Styles and Shape I can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us dive year bays ii Ocatiea that will prepare tfeeafer lift ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Br4w y LonIavUIe Ky toaduded ylYe7ceria8rettieth taa 3ett aSc aa4Brafaae Coone Prepa wenr L J 1 6- t i HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dalrjg the Past WeekOenera- News Note A full account of Division 2s meeting last night will appear next week The net gain membership ot the entire order during the past four years was 18374 Organized last April the Ladles Auxiliary of Malden Mass has in itiated 362 members Among the delegates to the Call fornla State convention was Mayor McCarthy of San Francisco There are 1753 members in New Brunswickand Nova Scotia with over 20000 in their treasury Ohio reports prospects good for a big increase in membership during the remaining months ot this year Fifteen hundred couples attended the grand ball thnt closed the Call fornia State convention at San Jose Tho Ohio State convention sent greetings to Pope Pius X and also to the German Alliance in session at AkronWith assets approximating 2500000 tho Ancient Order can not well be looked upon as a poor organization The Ladles Auxiliary meeting will andIwfUland convention Massachusetts has 240 divisions Over 700 delegates reported in Lowell last week to attend the Massa chusetts State convention Division 1 will meet Tuesday night at Falls City Hall when president Thomas Walsh will announce the programme for the fall months Division 3 meets Monday night and as it is not probable that any loeeting will be held during State convention week all members are urged to attend In the State parade at San Jose the members of the Young Ladles In stitute Y M I lent a softening touch to the scene In white dresses and carrying white parasols I Reports from New England State conventions show increases in both membership and finances in Maine l New Hampshire Vermont Rhode Island Massachusetts and Connecti I cutThe excursion of Division 3 Mon day night was all that could be de sired and everybody enjoyed the ride to the fullest extent The com mittee is to be congratulated on its successJohn E Healy banker builder and contractor of Wilmington heads the Ancient Order in Delaware for the next two years The Right Rev Bishop Monaghan was chosen State ChaplainAbout 200 delegates attended the Wisconsin State convention at Janes illle last week The city was decor ated and green flags hung out in Front ot nearly all business houses in honor of the guests- Minneapolis will have its first German day celebration September 4 and theHibernians wilt form a dlvlsr ion in the parade To cement the peace pact between the Germans and Irish National President James Regan has been selected as one of the speakers I The Hibernians of Jamaica Plain will dedicate thel new 75000 I building on October 3 Modern hi its appointments it Includes four large storIes spacious lodge rooms withII anterooms and committee and one of the largest dance halls In New England TRINITY COUNCIL Arranging For Its rail and Winter Entertainments Trinity Councils meeting was well attended Monday night and the proceedings quite Interesting President Ecker was in the chair and an nounced that Alderman Fred Leezer and David B Garvey who have been on the sick list were Improving rapidly but the name of Paul Henry was added to the sick list After a number of Interesting talks Presi dent Ecker appointed a committee to arrange for a series of dances and entertainments to be given during the fall and winter months The so clal affairs given by Trinity during the past years have been much en Joyed by the young people of the East End and have contributed largely to the popularity of the coun cil The committee which has charge of the outdoor euchre to be given ot Phoenix Hill next Thursday re ported that everything was in good shape and that a largo attendance was expected Under the present ad ministration Trinity Council Is making much progress Increasing In membership and decreasing the debt on the new club house The report j the first of the year promises some very agreeable surprises JIACATJLEYS Macauleys Theater will open the season in a blaze of glory next Mon day evening The attraction will be Lew Fields minstrel troupe an old favorite In Louisville New songs new costumes new comedians andI snow jokes will give a proper flavor ltd tho opening ot the season at this engageIment matineejFIeldSat Macauleys by some of the best at tractions touring the country EXCURSION WEDNESDAY Next Wednesday tho Rev Francis Felten pastor of St Augustines church will give his charity ex cursion up to Madison and return on the steamer Columbia to which the public is invited Every arrangement has been made for the pleasure and comfort of a large 1 abundlanee lance be the music which will bo fur fcy St Auguetlnes colored tetrad of fJRy pieces The proceeds FathererrI i JJten among the colored people of toe city Q DO I It MEN S 75c Shirts 5SrcIIIII i Fine Percale Negli gees coat styles cuffs attached sizeS 14 to I 17 cut full andmade well Regular 75c shirts for 5- 5cLEVYS Third and Market The Bright Spot in Louisville YEW I10NOKS Thrust Upon Local Catho lic Knights by Their Head The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will hold its regular monthly meeting In St Clarys Hall next Friday evening and President Eugene McCarthy wants every member present as matters of Importance are to be taken up Dr P Gaudin of New Orleans the Su preme President of the order has is sued commissions to Major Gen Michael Reichert and President McCarthy as Supreme Deputies They are to be Tree lances and are ex pected to visit all the branches or the order In the IFialla Cities as often as convenient for the purpose ot en couraging the members and keeping the order Intact Dr Gaudins communication also requests President McCarthy to mart out a list of those to be appointed Supreme Deputies In the three Falls Cities He makes it clear that no deputy Is to have supervision over the affairs pf the branch with which he is affiliated but must be assIgned- to a neighboring branch This will give the order seventeen Supreme 14putieeonefor each branch In LouIsville New Albany and Jefifer onville and two free lanco deputies Gen Reichert and President IcICarthy LONE BOWLING BARRISTER J Albert F Martin for some years I an efficient special agent of the I Louisville Nashville Railroad Companys legal department Is now a full fledged barrister He went to Shephordavlllo several weeks an swered 153 of the 155 questions pro pounded by the examining attorneys and on Wednesday of this week he was notified to go and bo sworn in as a member of the bar Hereafter ho will be the arbiter of all disputes in bowling and Y M I circles and has already won the name of Judge MartinTREAT I FOR PATIENTS I IMIss Marie Glover who has been studying music In Paris and under the best masters for several years treated the patients at St Josephs Infirmary to a vocal concert on Fri day afternoon of last wOek Miss Glovor Is the daughter of Mr and Madame Walter Glover and faavocalist of splendid accomplishment Her sweet soprano voice rang out through the corridors and reached every part of the large Infirmary The Sisters of Charity and the pa tients are very thankful for Miss Glovers visit and sweet serenade I IOAPT KANE IMPROVES I Kane who submitted to JosephsIntfrmary abletoreceive friends He hopes to be able rewdaysj HIS STUDIES jjRESmIES SJ who has been withhiSaturdaytoruJesuit university at JIt1Jo1iS5 While here Mr Reams visited Irany Jrteadi Nod enjoyed a dellflfctfHl Mfttkm n IRELANDj Record of the heat Important at the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges reelectedChairmanTIpperaryAgrIcultural slxtyelghtdied CharlestownCounty While pulling thistles an old man named Richard ballon living con Kilkennyago Tho Local Government Board has provisionally approved of he ap UrbanCouncilveyor Harvest prospects In South Sllgi rainshavingcrops The potato blight has become general districtgreatdamage thunderThomas Hennessy a farmer was cartlpg a load of zinc from Ballyporeen when the cart over turned In a boreen with the result causinginstantThe death is announced of the Very Rev John Canon OBoyle ol the diocese of Raphoe His demIse lemoves one of the oldest priests In DooeyLettermacwardLettermacwardThere eight candidates be fore the Manorhamllton District Council and Board of Guardians for the position of clerk and in a final vote Edward Walsh of Dromuhalro was declared elected Sir Alfred Newton Governor ol tho Irish Society handed over to the City of Derry tho now ornamental pleasure garden which has been founded at the societys expense on the site of the old Town Hall A Guild of Women Workers for Ireland has been formed In Dromard County Sligo The members wear a badge with the Irish trademark and are pledged to do all in their power to promte the Industrial re vIval v While some men were engaged ex cavating for a spring well In the ownland of Blundells Grange near Armagh they came across a large vein of goldencolored ore A sam plo has been sent to a Government department for analysis Kilkenny Corporation has decIded- to ask tho Most Rev Dr Brownrlgg to perform the ceremony in connec tion with the opening of tho new brIdge over the Nore which is expected to be available for public use In tho course of a couple of months To mark their esteem for one who had always shown a practical inter eat in their welfare the Parochial Committee of St Johns Kilkenny passed a resolution tendering the Rev Patrick Treacy ther sincere congratulations on his promotion from Kilkenny to the pastorship of ConahyThe Very Rev Canon McDonald of Westport who next to the Arch bishop of Tuam has taken such a prominent part In reviving the ancient pilgrimage to Croaghpatrlck las been appointed to the pastoral charge of Newport in room of the late Canon Grealy During his long term In Westport Canon McDonald was very popular with all creeds and lasses FOR LAI30Jt DAY Celebrations at Phoenix Hill and Glenwood Parks Unity Council Y M I of New Albany has made every arrangement- for a big Labor Day celebration next Monday at Glenwood Park when a prize will be awarded the most popular worklngman in the Falls Cities Jesldes there will be dancing thea trical performances and other amuse mentsIn Louisville the observance of the day will be general This year there will be no parade but the thousands ot union men and their friends will enjoy a monster picnic at Phoenix Hill under the auspices of United Prades and Labor Assembly The ad Mess for the day will be delivered by Mrs Eva McDonald Valesh of New York who has given many years other life to the study and uplift of the men and women toilers of the country Of course there will be two bands of mjislc and In addition there will be attractions that will make tho lay pass pleasantly for all who at tend ST GEORGES BAZAll A grand bazar and Dutch feast for the benefit of St Georges church will be given In the new church building Eighteenth and Magnolia avenue beginning next Monday and closing on Saturday evening Admission to tho bazar will be free A fine supper will be served each even- Ing from C oclock until 9 and the cost will be only twentyfive cents The Rev Father Georgo Weiss pastor of the church invites the gen oral public to attend He wants all to see the interior of the new church and to enjoy a good supper furnished by the ladies of his congregation in the costumes worn by the dames of Holland a- tJATHUIIU LJi III1ATIO Tho Catholic Federation will meet In regular monthly session at the Catholic Woman Club next Thurs lay night A full attendance of delegates is desired as matters of Importance are to be discussed MAHRY IN IOWA Thursday morning news was received here of the marriage of Charles McDermofct and Johanna Tracy at Council Bluifs Iowa Both are ldentBot Louisville and the riRounceoieat came as a surprise to c- I r i T FRANK t Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY l OURr J SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LnUI3VIIL X14 FALLS CITYBREWINGCO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THI WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at leading bars and cafe Renowned for purity strength and excellent Savor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK i WALTERS Clay=Street Brewe 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUIS- VILLJOHNFOERTELC6INCORPOR- AT80BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED 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SEVCffTH STRIWI a f 0 r 1 t OLD FRiNDsr Were Glad to Welcome ilnd j Greet rather Cmmet I IKennedy rThe Rev Father Emmet B Cen nedy assistant pastor of St VIn cents church at Mobile Ala who has been visiting his mother and other relatives In the Highlands dur- Ing several weeks past has gone to Philadelphia and other Easter points for a fortnight He will spend n day or more at his alma mater Mount St Marys EmmlttsbUrg before returning to Louisville about September 14 Father Kennedy Is a Loulsvlll boy a product of St Brlglds parish and proud to be recognized as a Hlller Unfortunately his Oldl neighbors and friends have not yet had an opportunity to hear bLm preach The young priest knows something about labor unions too He was a printing press feeder bi fore ho began his studies for the priesthood and he is Just as good a- I union man now as he was ton years I agoIn a talk with a representative of the Kentucky Irish American Fothe Kennedy told several Interesting things of the South He is assistant pastor of St Vincents church at Mobile Ala a city of 65000 peoplI FathIKennedythe church in the South He rei ognlzes the need of colonization iIn Southern States He told of a Chicago capitalist whp has broughtl a colony of Irish immigrants to Baldwin county Alabama just across the bay from Mobile Foley Is thel name of the Chicago capitalist and I Foley Is the name of the colony 1 he has founded The land in that viclr Ity produces three crops of potatoesI and vegetables annually I Father Kennedy has a world of fIn- formation that is useful and pract cal about the Southern States andI about the church and its needs In the South but he will never forget Louisville and old Kentucky PRIZE CONTEST Will Be Feature of Mack a Councils Fete Next Week I Mackin Council has completed al1I arrangements for its lawn festivalI and prize drawing contest to take place at Its club house Twentyelxt and St Cecilia streets on the over rings of next Wednesday and Thun day The beautiful and spacious lawn of the club house will be artistically decorated and electrical I illuminated the decorations andI illuminations being iboth novel and unique There will be ample entei italnment for both young and oK The Mackin Social Club will onto taro with a dance on each evening for the young folks An outdoo musical programme will be rendere for the enjoyment of the older folks and there will be cool and delightful nooks whore they may sit and chat There will bo the candy wheel andI the wheel of fortune for those who wish to try their luck On Thunc day night the holders of the luck tickets In the prize drawing oontoa will be announced and also will be made known the member winning f the contest for selling the greatest number of tickets the prize for which is a trip to the worlds series i baseball games with all expense i paid I The proceeds derived from this al I fair will be used by Mackin Cquncii to install a memorialI window in the name of Its members In the new St Cecilias church which is nearin completion KNITS LIBRARY Will Be Formally Opener and With GreatI IPomp The members of the Knights ot Columbus of Louisville wfll be Inter ested in the announcement of the formal opening of the library whicl Is scheduled to take place on Sep tember 30 Quite a creditable selec tlon of books has been made and It is Intended to keep adding to the number on hand I Elaborate ceremonies will marl the throwing open of the privileges of the library on the date mentioned tu the members as this event wit bo the beginning of a new and Interesting epoch In the history o4 the council Classes in bookkeeping Christian doctrine and other branched are already under way ir thc council and the library will be Instrumental In making this work more valuable and interesting NEARINO THE END ThE Louisville baseball club will play today tomorrow and Monday at Toledo closing with a doubleheader an Labor day after which they will teturn home to open up with Columbus on Tuesday After Columbus tripttolowed by a home series with Indian polls which will marke the close of he playing season in this city The teams Improved showing during the Milwaukee and St Paul series gives them an opportunity to still climb out of last place which it Is hoped hey will do and at least beat out ndlanapolls The club now has some promising nextyear material in Jeyer Rellly Allen and Burke ands a comfort to the fans in the dark dreary winter to come the management should endeavor to land that hustling IrishAmerican old reliable JImmy Burke as a leader for 1911 nOPInKSTBEATER Hopkins Theater has njade a very uccessful reentry Into vaudeville and enjoyed good houses during the newlvauffered next week It is the largest nd most comfortable vaudeville Muse in the South and never lacks Nonage y u w I SOCIETY DIRECTORY i A Os 11- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P LawlerFinancial SecretaryThos J Dolan 2120 Portland avenue TreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJno J Keaney 1G07 Duinosnll street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Murphy Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sulllran Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThomas J Herons Financial SecretaryJohn 0 Hes sion 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArmsJames P Stev lens rI DIVISION 4 Elects Second and Fourth Mondays Bcrtrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresIdentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThos J Lan gan 734 West Oak II Assistant Financial SecretaryD- J R illy 1 Recording Secretary John J WinnTreasurerlIarry Brady SergeantatArms William Callag banOutside Sentinel Michael McDer uott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIBLE Beets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall PresidentJ G Cole Vice President J B Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc jrody Financial SecretaryJ E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll SergeantatArmsP Flaherty Inside Sentinel J Flaherty r 1ki I III MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Beets Monday Evenings at Club 344 North Twentysixth IIIIHouse John T Kenney Vice PresidentDr J A Casper1 Second Vico PresidentThomasI F Bachman IIi Recording Secretary Robert Os I orne 11j Corresponding Secretary William 4 Link Financial Secretary Frank O Adams 4 f Treasurer Dan Weber i MarshalJoseph Bartsch Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart j AVENUE OPENING St Elmo the novel that every woman knows and the stage version acordtnglybethe attraction at the Avenue Theater for the week beginning with Sunday matinee Willard Holcombs dramatization was made by consent of AugustsEvansGlaser Company presents the only original version The comedy clements of the play are contribute naturally and In tho period by aiold darky servant and a poh white theheroinethe South in the vicinity of Chatta inGeorgiaoppartunUyMatineesThursday and Saturday RIVEBVIEW Bivervlew Park with its picturesque thoroughfares and widely maint free open air concerts with a now programme every week continue to merrymakcrsthatmanagement has a surprise each week for the visitors IIpnmnSING STUDENTS Daniel Drlscoll who is studying for the priesthood has completed his course at St Charles College Bill cott City Md and will take up his theological studies at St Melnrads Seminary In Indiana next month John Fallen will return to St Meinrads for his second year and Frank Mania will return to St Charles Collect All of these boys are from St Jefcaa parish III j 0 J 1 IIk I a 1 r 1 SUDDEN SUMMONS Charles Heverin Pell Vic tim to the Eternal Reaper Charles T Heverln one of the best known and most popular men 1III Louisville died at his home 7 1C East Broadway on Tuesday afternoon Death was due to uraemic poisoning superinduced by congestive chills He was born In Ireland Jlftythre years ago and although he came to America when quite a child ho cowl regale ibis friends with many a tale of stirring times In the Emorlant Isle during old iFenlan days Mr Hoverln is survived by his wife who was Miss Josephine Uhrlg and nine children The children ar Edward and Charles Heverin and Misses Marie Frances Clara Rose Margaret Anna and Catherln Heverin Edward Heverin a brother Mrs John VVIllo of this city and Mrs Charles Forster of Boston also survive The deceased was always a Democrat In politics acd was one of the fifty charter members of the Louis vllle Lodge of Elks He and his brother Edward established the bill- posting firm of Heverin Bras and forItwentyfive years controlled that ness In this city Ten years ago he sold his Interest to the Consolldatd Bill Posting Company but was an rfc tlve employe of that concern up tto the time of his death Among those who knew him Charley Heverlni word was as good las his bond No man ever asked him for a favor and was denied His funeral took ilaci from St Johns church on Thurtda morning and many men occupying i thigh places in the local governmeu turned wit to pay their respects to his memory PLEASED Mackins Members Com pllmcntJoseph Han cock on Work I Mackin Council held a very wel attended meeting last Monday night with President John T Kenney fli- the chair Seven members were re- Ported 111 but Improving Josepl Hancock who was chairman of theI l committee that arranged the ilinerar of the trip to Niagara Falls mad his Teport It showed that the trip had been without accident and hadI resulted In an Increase of 220 to i the council treasury All who made the trip enjoyed every movement I Hancock was loud in his praise Of the treatment accorded the Ken tucklans by the Knights of Columbui at Buffalo If any Buffalo Knight ever come to Louisville they will be due for a sure enough dose of Ken tucky hospitality The debate with a rival team fron Sarto Council at Owensboro will beheld In Owensboro a week from to morrow Special coaches will carry the Louisville party to the Davless county capital The question to be debated 1st That women should 1Resalved rights with men In suf- frange IIlIacklnCouncll has the affirmative and Louis J meter and William Burke will be Its I representatives The council made a substantial donation to the Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Mr Hancock was accorded mud praise for his hard work In connection with the Niagara Falls trip While In Buffalo the members of the party made up a purse and presented him with n stick pin cuff button and collar buttons FEDERATION Has Two Able Delegates Attending Catholic Congresses The Most Rev James A McFaul D D Bishop of Trenton N J has been selected to represent the American Federation of Catholic So cieties at the Eucharistic League at Montreal next week Bishop McFaul II referred to as the father of the Federation and his new appointment Is eminently fitting The Most Rev S G Messmor Archbishop of Milwaukee is Jthe rep resentative of the Federalon at the German Catholic Congress now in session at Augsburg Both prelates will mako interesting reports of the respective congresses when the American Federation of Catholic Societies holds Its annual convention at New Orleans on November 15 and 16 PORTLAND VS GLEJttVOOD With fair weather tomorrow the ttendance at the PortlandGlenwood ave tat Eclipse Park promises to cllpse all records ion attendance at mateur games as the game promises to be a contest for blood Both teams are evenly matched and each has a large following who will be- n hand early to root for their reo pectivo favorites The game was riginally scheduled for Portland Parle but the large and unwieldly crowdr which attended the Portland lutchertown game a few Sundays ago caused tho management to look for better accommodations for this contest which Is one of a three ornered series to determine the championship of the Falls Cities Xjerhoefer and Votter will act lI Henwooda battery while Boardmau and Schan will represent the West End boys HURT BY PALL While playing seesaw with a nuin ber of child friends last Sunday fternoon little Lucille WIckham the eightyearold daughter of Ofti eer Stephen WJckham fell and BUS iced serious Injuries Upon being removed to her home at Twenty eventh and Chestnut streets it was covered that her left arm had boon broken and her head so badly cut that two stitches had to bo ken The arm was set and the child Is now resting easy j I U h 1 hIir For Your Furniture W- II WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREEN425 427 and 429 East Market Street N NNN Academy of the Sacred He CRESCENT HILL LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY CONDUCTED BY THE URSUUNSTEi This beautiful garden spot enriched by nature and embellished by i stands on an eminence overlooking the pike leading to Cherokee Park dls about one and onehalf miles The Curriculum handled by 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