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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN f 1 VOLUME XXVNO11 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1910 PRICE FIVE CENt MONTREAL Address of the Papal Legato Opening the Eucharistic Congress Cardinal VannuteHl has Only Praise For American Catholics Declares That Providence Led r to the Discovery ol This Country NOTABLE RELIGIOUS GATHERING With the arrival of Cardinal VannutelH representing Pope Pius X Cardinal Logue and Cardinal n Montreal thishweekntheassembled notable religious gathering ever witnessed on th American bishops ntshops and- IIepriestsAthat numbered thousands wore there toI conIgresswere also present able att tlngulshed laymen Every arrange ment was made for a fitting Tecep- tion theliltsltoccurredvisttorsdandon- ot a The churches of the city were thronged from Sunday morning until the close and the services surpassed anything ever before witnessed in AmericaCardinal VannutelH the Legate of the Pope addresed the EucharlBtie congress rruesday After expressing his appreciation of the welcome ten dered him he continued In part as tollowsHow beautiful Is the spectacle presented today to the entire universe by the Catholic church In this fortunate land of America Europe stretches out her hand to America and America In a sublime en thusiasm Joins with her to exalt the greatest of the sacraments under the guidance and with the encourage ment ot the Supreme Pastor It seemed at first as It the difficulties of such a long voyage would deprive America of the honor and satisfac tion of entertaining an International Eucharistic Congress But faith will move mountains and when planted in the heart as It Is In those of all Canadians It regards no difficulties It sees onlyt hanoed hlch itnhaeyt i lit tlnd nftestxifonJ total belongs the honor of receiving r within Us walls the first inter national Eucharistic Congress heldX m the American continent but there Is 2vorw reason to hope that thanks this first example other con 1 1to xatingllwith those held in in Europe America and parts of the world Toward the end of the fifteenth tho discovery I century a great occurrence of America revealed the aims reserved by Providence for modern times God said to his church as Ho had said to his Divine Son I shall give theo an a heritage all the nations of the earth I shall give unto thee the countless population of these Immense regions to bo added to those already in my bosom I shall raise up apostles who will spread my words through these new landsI Here in particular to this beautiful valley of tho St Lawrence shall come champions of the faith and of civil ization who will quickly transform this deserted forestclad land and will found a colony to establish hero p the Catholic religion and to effect the conversion of its savage peoples Canada shall be the cradle of a great Christian world Barely two centuries and a half shall have J NorthAmercaattached to the ancient hierarchy of the churches of the old world and the universal Shepherd shall show to an astonished universe the old and the new world realizing the uni versality of the church predicted by the Saviour to his apostles Where can this universality prepared by divine will better manifest Itself than In an International congress such as this which I have the satisfaction to salute In the name of the Holy Father a congress of rep resentatives of all tho races and all the nationalities united as members of a single family ot Bishops from all quarters of tho Orient and Occi dent ot priests of divers rites gath ered from every country of the faithful of every colony as on the day of Pentecost I can not less admire the strong tho beautiful unity of which we are here the witnesses unity of spirit in the truth union of hearts in love On either side ot the ocean we chant the same creed If you greet with such enthusiasm the Legate of the Pope It Is because you wish to manifest before the whole world your love and your obedience to him at Rome whom you recognize- as do all Catholics as the sole chief the sole shepherd the sole father of all souls Where else can one meets ch unity of faith such unity of leadership such union of souls in u love In convictions and in conduct This unity which has shown Itself BO magnificently at Brussels at manytout to still greater advantage in this city of Montreal in this Cathedral which strives to reproduce the Basilica of the Vatican The secret of thls unity the bond of this union lies in the sacrament o I which hIM ibrought about this con grewthe Eucharist Grouped Around the same altar united in the oblation of the same sacrifice seated at the wane table Invited io the Base banquet we drink from the same 4cwp we et tke same feread the 1i CI- t body of Him who In uniting Himself to us unites us all to Him This mystery Is the same in all places and all times from the catacombs of the first century to our congress of the I twentiethReciting the history ot the foun dation of Montreal when the first act of tho colonists was to erect an altar and celebrate mass Cardinal VannutelH continued Was not this a first Eucharistic Congress of Canada I and America 1 It was in any case under tho plans of God the preparation for the congress of i11910 The missionary who delivered the sermon at that mass foresaw theI great congress of today when he said What you see is only a little seed but r have no doubt that from It shall grow a mighty tree Wo have before our eyes this mighty tree We await from this congress great victories for the right May it be the source of a new fruitful ness of the Catholic life of America May it check the fire which everywhere menaces with subversive ideas the old and the now world Cardinal Vannutelll concluded with a reference to the difficulties of the Roman Catholic church in France expressing the hope that Canada tho daughter nation to clemjencyher the breath of life and should see her again restored as before to the religious liberty the life and the faith of her ancestors iPROF KOHAN t I Great Educator May Be Brought to This City President Thomas Walsh presided over a splendid meeting of Division 1 A O H Tuesday night when another member was added to the roll Chairmen Doran reported that Michael OBrien who was on the sick list was improving and that Thomas Dolan the Financial Secre tary was almost entirely well State President Butler was a wel come visitor and paid high compli ment to the officers of the County i Board for what had been accom I panled this year Martin Cusick alsoIdelivered a short address in ho said Indiana was to be congratu lated on the selection of Patrick B Walsh of Terre Haute as State President The suggestion that these two distinguished Hibernians be re quested to visit Louisville some time during he fallor winter met with the approval of every one present and it now looks as if a rare treat is in store for the Hibernians of the Falls CUres and their friends Prof Rohan is one of th best known pJtlR 1t thecnu attd J1a past two years has been head of theIIrish History Commission State President Walsh is a leading citizen of Terre Haute and is at present one of the Police Commissioners of that city Messrs Butler and Cusick will I have the thanks of all the divisions for their suggestions which will re sult in much good to the order hero MONUMENT I I t In New Albany to Memory of the Late Father Kellyii I I A monument to the memory of manyIyears rector of Holy Trinity church In New Albany will be erected in Holy Trinity cemetery on the Green I Valley road with the fund ot 500 provided for that purpose in the will of Father Kelly together with a fund subacrlbod by members of the con gregation The monument has been designed by the present rector the Rev Charles Curran and it is planned that the names of other priests who may be burled in the same lot with Father Kelly can be Inscribed on it as a memorial to them Tho monument will be of Barry granite and will be seventeen feet high surmounted by a cross and will occupy an Imposing emin ence in the cemetery It is likely I the memorial will be erected this fallI iI I I AMERICA I I Named Por Appointment as Cardinals at Next ConsistoryII I reportsfrom i said to be good authority bat nt the consistory to be hold durlay the month ot November Archbishop Far I ArchbishopOConnell Cardinals This will be the first consistory in three years and It is also said that Monsignor Thomas F Kennady of Philadelphia will bo raised to the Cardlnalate as a token of the affection ot the Pope for the American people Monsignor Ken nady has been Rector of the American College 4n Rome for the last five years and he will probably be at tached to the Papal court and reside prelates consistoryAmericaI whole number of red hats dIs- tributed as only nine prelates are to be promoted I I I IlUAICINGA RECORD I I confirmations established tookchargef histripsmitesbyI t J l- t rJ J JOHNSON Looks Like One Best Bet in the GubernatorialStakes Shows More Strength Than Itest ot the Candidates Combined OutSpoken Opposition to May I or Head Right Hero in Louisville MGEE AS POPULAR CAMPAIGNER Interest In the race for the Demo cratic nomination for Governor In 1911 Is rapidly increasing but from present writing 1 + looks like one man against the field and that is Hon Bon Johnson of Nelson county the exSenatorIJames lowing McCreary and Head being the closest contenders In the con vention Addams and Hendrick would probably have the vote of their own districts while Mayor Head would get probably a majority from his home county but would Jose to Johnson right hero in Louisville whMe Senator McCreary would depend upon a scattering vote over the entire State Senator McCreary Is handicapped in two ways old age being one fac tor against him while the fact that he has had every office within the gift of the Democratic voters of this State 4s another In the case of Mayor Head there is not a Demo cratic voter outside of the administration that is no outspoken against him for Governor and all are unan imous in saying that the Democratic party elected him Mayor for four confinehimselffor that period in Justice to the aldutyfifths of Mayor Heads administration are heartily opposed to him Jeopardizing the interests of the entire administration by seeking an other office and throwing away the I fruits of the victory so nobly won In November and whenever the Gov- erno s race lad cuss utemb youeII can hear the sentiment expresses that the Mayor is acting selfish by trying to force them into the stress of another campaign With its ha d work and financial losses As a proof of Congressman Ben Johnsons record a case is now being cited in the campaign between Don Edwards and Caleb Powers for the Republican nomination Every single Powers orator is citing Ben John CongressI man telling what he has done for his district and tho people of the State and using this as an argument against Edwards claiming that he hisipartyan of the entire State and from present writing it looks like his name will bo the only one to go before the convention and that he will lead the Democratic party to victory in 1911 The local race here for Congress man and Judge of the Court of Ap peals between Swagar Sherley and Judge Miller on the Democratic ticket and Judge McGee and Robert W Bingham on the Republican ticket would be dull and uninterest ing It It wasnt for the amusing ef forts of the Post and Herald in trying to convince the public what a campaignerJudgeman of the people when every one knows the Judge never gets within a mile of the great common people that Is It he can help himself All good politicians believe that Mr Blngham has made the mistake ot his life In lining up with the Republican party here and that it he had stayed tin the Democratic ranks future honors were In store for him Readers of the Herald are liable to get a little twisted on the political saying w111IprobablY Pound Keeper HONOR THOMAS WALSH beautifuldeof the monument to the memory of Brooklyntwodeservedly admired has been select ed to road the memorial poem at the teunlon of the Army ot the Potomac n the battlefield of Antletam on September 16 In the presence of President Taft members of his Cab net and many others prominently dentifled with the nations affairs CLIFF RAVENS CLOSE This was the eleventh and final week of the nineteenth session of the Catholic Summer School of America at Cliff Haven To the very end the notaIble the school too much credit can not be given for the splendid improve ments and changes dn all depart ments of the school activities The moat notable event of the week and one of the a ott Important of the session ks been the conventVmof the Catholic Young Mens National UaloB Te delegates to tile oeHvenI J cI t tlon arrived on Sunday evening after a trip through the historic lake from which tho assembly takes its name Sunday was a sort ot banner reception day for delegates to the jconvention and distinguished clergy men on the grounds many of whom won en route to the Eucharlstlo j Congress at Montreal yY C YN1 U 1 Hold National Convention at Catholic Summer- School On Monday uil convention of the Catholic Young Mens National Union I was formally opened at the Catholic Summer School itat Cliff Haven N r Yby the celebration of Pontifical mass by BlshopijColton of Buffalo The sermon of welcome was dellv cred by Rev DfJ Hickey acting President A business session of the convention props was held on Mon day following presided over by tl1lmass of Washington opening I speech ot the session was made by Rev Edward FlQulrk of Newark I N J Spiritual Director ot the union At the afternoon session ad dresses were mad by Bishop Colton Rev Thomas McMillan C S P Rev D J Hickey and Charles Webber I r Monday evening a banquet was given at the Champlain Club which was a splendid occasion and thoroughly enjoyed A euch o and bridge was given to the delegates at the Jersey Clubi Tuesday was also given overI to the business jit the convention followed by a reception and dance at tho Champlain Club On Wednesday the Summer School officials entertained the delegates of the conven tion with a laune party The Cath olic Young MensJ National Union which has been dying such excellent work durlag the Shirtysix years of Its existence Is truly to be con cratulated on its showing and plans formed for future work augur success of t tangible and cer tain definite chara ter The move ment is truly one of great signifi cance and deserves the support of the clergy and laity dn every section of the country jThe good that Is being done is ofjincalculable value u Wf ELMUlRATE I Ceremonies set Knights of ColumJfrtMi Library I I O =1 lngII A notable ovciitJln the history of 2flQQ1UongTof Sraptcmpcr 8u when a the formal oepnlng of the library in stalled In the home pf the council will take place For the past few months the council has been en gaged in building up a suitable li brary and elaborate ceremonies will attend the throwing open of its privileges to the members A choice literary programme has been pre pared consisting of short addresses by talented members and music and singing by the Choral Club of the council will be features of the occa sion The Entertainment Committee will attend to the social part of tho programme which will be of a pleas- Ing natureII i DEATHSII The funeral of Joseph Aufenkamp took place Monday morning from St Mary Magdalens church Rev Gather Gausepohl conducting the solemn obsequies Deceased was the son of Mrs Mary and the late Ben Aufenkamp and had the respect of all who knew him A wide circle of friends sympathize with the bereaved motherii IDy the death of Marianaus Heuser whose funeral took place Mdnday mernlng St Anthonys church loses one of its older menlbers and the West End an industrious and respected resident Surviving him are his wife and two sons Henry and Charles and three daughters Misses Josephine Lillian and Anna May I HeuserIi I I i IMiss Margaret Scanlon tho seven teenyearold daughter of Elizabeth I and the late James Scanlon died Tuesday night at the family res idence 727 South Thirteenth street and the sad news was the cause of profound grief among her wide circle of friends and relatives This is the i familydurldgter Mrs Martin Joyce dying in May Miss Scanlon was a girl of sweet disposition and was a favorite with all who knew her Besides her mother she leaves several brothers qlaceThursdayHeart church with Rov Patrick Walsh as celebrant of the solemn mass of j requiemtt I IMonday morning the Sacred Heart I church was thronged with mourning friends and relatives who came to pay their last tribute of respect to 1 August Westerfeld one of the old hlghlyesteemedmembels sudden and unexpected Iloweda paralysis Rev Patrick I the celebrant of the mass of requiem and In a feeling manner paid tribute to the life and character andChestnutWesterfeldhadII 1S survived by his wife and eight LouislandandAuniaeWPAPER CENTER lIo11otceJcaHtlaaawwM r l hit t t l HOSTS Will Gather at CouvcHtlon oi United Irish League in Buffalo Promises to Bo the Largest Ever Held by That 1Body riA 1 Envoys Who Will Represent the Irish Nationalist W Party PROGRAMME AS NOW ARRANGED The Catholic Union and Times In Its last issue announces that the plans for the national convention of the United Irish Leage of America and the reception of John Redmond leader of the Irish Parliamentary JosephIDevllnIn Buffalo September 20 to 29 are now completed and all indications point to a most successful and en thusiastic gathering Among those who have signified their intention to be present are the following gentlemen who were present at the organizalon of the Land League In Buffalo in 1881 Col Roger F Scannell and Michael P Curran of Boston Patrick Ford I editor of the Irish World and Gen James OBelrne of New York E OMeaghei Condon of Springfield Mass John J Hynes of Buffalo who was Secretary of tho Land League will as a matter of course be present Boston will send 1G6 delegates while other towns in New England will swell the total Brooltlynhranches and so it goes The national officers will all be there They are President Michael j Ryan Philadelphia Vice Pres idents William Temple Emmet New York Michael E Smith St Louis Charles F Cooke Chicago Patrick Martin Baltimore Hon John Fitz patrick New Orleans Hugh McCaf frey Philadelphia Secretary John Oeallaghan Boston Treasurer T 0 Fitzpatrick Boston Among the members of the National Exeuctlve Committee may be named Hon W Bourko Cockran Patrick Ford l iLltPatrickMichael Breslln Roderick J Ken nedy New York City John J OCon nor Hon James Dunne Brooklyn Right Rev Monsignor Denis OCal laghan D D P J Timmins M D T J Dillon M D Boston Patrick J Duane Waltham fllss Rev T OReilly Lawrence Mass Hon Augustine J Daly Cambridge Mass Edward OMeagher Condon Springfield Mass John J McDonough LL D Fall River Mass Thomas Rollly James F Lennon Michael Donohoe Dr Hugh P McAnlff Dr William J OBrien Philadelphia Patrick F Martin M D Baltimore SabinafJudgeIMPortland Ore W H Grady Bangor Maine John Boyd Jersey City N J John J OConnor Bellows Falls Vt Rev James C Walsh Providence R I James A Dailey Toledo Ohio L R Buckley Dr =ohn Guerin Rev Denis Hayes Dan iel Hanrahan J V Clarke Chicago Rev Frank L Reynolds Aurora Ill RevICP Sullivan New Orleans Hon James D Phelan R C OConor San franclsco Michael Fitzgibbon Mon treal Can Joseph Geoghegan Salt Lake City Utah M J Costello Pueblo Col Rev John M Harring ton Orono Maine William OHer tin Parcons Kanfl Hush Gallagher Montgomery Ala Frank P Walsh MoI decided upon is as follows Monday September 20 morning Arrival of the Irish envoys John E Redmond T P OConnor Joseph Devlin and Daniel Boyle afternoon reception to arriving delegates at headquarters in parlor H Iroquois Hotel EveningMeeting of the National Executive Committee at the Iroquois byMichaelNational President of tho United irsh League at 8 oclock In Loyal Order of Moose Hall Court and Franklin streets at 830 oclock a smoker and reception will be ten dered the delegates and friends by Parnell Branch The Irish envoys and national officers will be pros addressesIAt 10 oclock convention of Irish League will open In City Convention Tall Bishop Charles H Colton will deliver the prayer and Mayor Louis- Fuhrmann will make the official ad dress of welcome President Henry theIRyan of Philadelphia in behalf of the United Irish League and John E Redmond In behalf of the Irish envoys At 8 p m In Convention Hall the great mass meeting at which Hon John E Redmond MP will de liver the principal address will take place Hon T P OConnor MPHon Joseph Devlln M P Alderman Boyle of Manchester Bourke Cockran of New York and M J amongthemen who will fee present and who will respond briefly ireActingMayor John Purrby Mitchell of New I n r 1 I r York Mayor Fitzgerald of Boston Hugh McCaffrey of Philadelphia T B Fltzpatrlck of Boston The meeting will be free to the public Wednesday September 28 morn Ing and afternoon sessions of the United Irish Land League will be held In the evening a compli mentary reception to Mrs John E Redmond and other ladles who will bo there with their husbands will be given by the wives and lady friends of the members of Parnell Branch I Thursday September 29 the Irish envoys and the delegates to he con vention will be taken on a trip to Niagara Falls REUNION Division 3 A O HWel I camed Many Last Week I Division 2 A O H had a most enjoyable reunion of its members on whenImanyin an appearance and received a cor dial and hearty greeting from President Ford and the other officers The work of the evening was hastily dispatched in order to hear from Couny President Welsh who told of his trip and work at tho national convention Others called on for addresse were Charles J Obst now residing in the county and Al J Barrett who said he came in the role of the prodigal After tho reading of the official call for the State convention County President Welsh gave Instructions for the local delegates who will leave Louisville for Ashland over the Cheaspeake Ohio road on Sunday morning September 18 I Will Greaney and Ernest Smith presided over the festive board and beingdIsposedJohn Hellon of Division 4 Will Meehan Joe Lynch John Keaney and others who responded happily and expressed appreciation of the I hospitality of Division 2 The finan cial report showed the division In healthy condition with not a mem ber on the sick lis- tSILVER i JUBILEEI Memorable Celebration atl the Good Shepherd Convent Thursday of this week the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin I I was a day of rejoicing at the Convent of the Good Shepherd on Eighth I QtrQrtOItAotIlaYj her as jU JIWItinH coH r n 11 first place It was tho sixtyseventh1 anniversary of the founding of this order in America for It was here the beIlngI also the twentyfifth anniversary or silver Jubilee of Mother Frances Xavier the Sister who has charge of the Magdalens With her cele brated three of the Sister Magdalens who also for twentyfive years have worn the black veil and the black I habit Then in addition there was aIprofession ot six Magdalen novices iI who received the black veil from the hands of the Right Rev Denis ODonaghueBishop celebrantleast a dozen of the local clergy were present and assisting MACK IN COUNCIL Will Take Good Crowd to Owensboro Por Debate Mackin Council held a busy ses sion Monday night With results that wore gratifying to President Kenney and the members present The Visit Ing Committee reported but on the sick list and they threeII proving When announcement made that the Social Club had over 200 to turn into the council treas ury there was n hearty round of ap plauso which was repeated when the committee reported that every arrangement for the lawn fete had been completed and that all Indi cations pointed to the realization a sum sufficient for the payment ofII the beautiful memorial window will be placed In the new St Cecilias completionAll to representativesMessrs I WilUamBurkewhen tho much talked of debate with Sarto Council will take place The trip will be made over the Louisville I Henderson which will provide spei peopleItyoung people of the city to learn that the Social Clubwlllibe con tinued and will repeat its series of successful winter dances and enter tainments SOCIAL CLUB OFFICERS SocialClubofficersPresidentDrCasperViceFallahaySecretaryI Treasurer A C Link Last year was the most successful SocialCluDtheirfriendsnewPresidentoepnlngdancecess will be given the latter part of this month They will contnue the extra dances which made such a hit Rat year and will also add new ones ma1tYIirlnll+ I tJii fa+ READY I IF It For Opening ot tiio Kentucky State Fair Next Monday Improvement in the Grounds Buildings Premiums and Displays t 1 Record Breaking Crowd Expected For IrlsliAmcrl can Night GROUNDS PRETTIER THAN EVER If you have not taken your vaca tion It will pay you to remain In the city until after the Kentucky State Fair which opens Monday for the fun and enjoyment of the attrac tions scheduled for the event cannot a be duplicated or even approxi mated All Is in readiness for the great event and tho grounds are prettier than ever this year and will surprise the visitors who have at tended previous fairs When the ipresent location was secured there wore some criticisms that they were not as attractive as such should be but time nature and the lavish ex workedIwondersgardeners under the supervision of Superintendent E F Durbeck has added during the past eleven months as much of material Improve ment when it comes to pleasing the eye as has the work of the con ttractors and builders This year there have been numerous improvements In the buildings and also in the premiums and displays Due to the temporary finan cial stringency In State affairs the appropriations made at the last Legislature toward Improving the grounds were not as great as had been anticipated and the extension of the grand stand together with tho building of permanent structures here and there all much needed had to go over for two more years The turning of travel toward the grounds however in anticipation of the fair opening has begun and when overItentucky enterprise14l Ww 4Ki- 1ThT5HIGI n t roingI tavbetdw to suffer because of lack of aid from the States cotrers- Wednesday his been set aside for IrishAmerican night when the banner crowd as in former years is expected to fill the spacious grounds John M Mulloy is Chairman for IrishAmerican night and has ap pointed the following well known citizens to serve on the committee with him Messrs John J Barry William M Higgins Samuel J Bold Caffreyinay Capt a IT Cbawk E J McDermott Matt ODoherty Joe Dougherty John Hennessy Harry Brady C J Ford Charles J OConnor Daniel Kane Lee R Yates Dr B J OConnor John B Campbell P H Callahan M J Bannon George J Butler Martin J Cusick Tom Riley Thomas J Keenan Sr Thomas Walsh Thomas Dolan James P Berry Thomas Tarpy P J Welsh William Con nelly D J Coleman Peter Cusick John H Whallen James P Whallen a Frank McGrath Frank Dugan Peter M OReilly Thomas J Riley John Ryan Mark J Ryan Edward T Tierney E J OBrien Michael J Duffy Dr Charles A Edelen John T Garaghty and Pat Regan Especial attention has been paid to the Important feature of provid highclass entertainment for each a ling of the fair so that those who aro to attend but once will fare as well comparatively as those who go oftener Thus the closing day of the fair will ikely be marked by an attendance little If any Interior to the big days In the middle Of tho week The drawing card will be Pains fireworks display oft Pioneer NewIman success FAREWELL EUCHRE The ladles of St Columba congregation have arranged to give a andmighthouse at Thirtythird and Market streets The parish house will be irebeingproperty farther west on Market street The ladles will be prepared also to serve lunch and re freshments and as they will display their usual generosity in the matter of beautiful prizes it is their hope that a large number of friends will attend and that a nice sum will be realized to assist the pastor Father ICalaher in transferring the present church and house to the more suit able location which he has selected for St Columbas future new church OPENING AND RECEPTION The Franciscan Fathers who con duct the Mary Anderson Monastery NeWA11lanying Just erected on Sunday Septem wiltbethreeFallsaddition to the monastery Iie forty beenItsput two months 5 0 rs iI r p S i flVV- V p 1P 1 11- r 5 KENTUOKY IRXlltIII AltIERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftNDe- rated to the Social and Moral MVflc lte eat oft Irish America s and Cathellci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America PublishersKNTUCKYbUf1SCRIPTlON BaUred at the UalivllU PostoNles II SecoadCUu fUtttr s Addreu e11Comt UatlM to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West times St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1910 4 AIlCllUISIIOl TO HIBEKXIANS At the Massachusetts State convention of the Ancient Order ol Hibernians recently held In Lowell aYtmost notable address It was terse and timely and no doubt can be entertained of Us good effect The eloquent prelate most truthfully vx said Unfortunately the great glory or enoughaby tho younger men I refer to the IrishAmerican element of the race t born In this country They are A Inclined to minimize what they hear of Irelands history and what she has done for civilization and learning In yetrliving or dead has done real Justice M to Irish history The great and true lover of Ireland has yet to write the story of Erin The Irish race has a primacy among the races no matter what Its material financial or government conditions maybe The history of Ireland as written Is a conspiracy against the truth There Is so much purposeful misrepresentation and I say It regretfully of Irish history that the student the seeker after tho truth must wade through dense volumes to get at the kernels of Erins history to gather here and there the real sentiments and spirit that animate the Irish race It is not necessary to go Into details to prove this statement I make It with the that It may echo through every Iris r heart listening to my words The Irish race has been patient for three centuries It Is time to open the oyea of the worlds historians on the Jeweled pages of Irish history These are my solid convictions as an Irishman and as a deep student of history Thank God I am Irish by blood iby sympathy and one might sayb desire Speaking as a l student It seems to me that thus far there is lacking a true understanding of the spirit of selfsacrifice that th- rJnildrenofIreland 0r have made fo the faith of Jesus Christ and to keep the spirit of Irish nationality His Grace is a native of Lowell the son of Irish parents and of a stock eminent in Irish history AID THE OLD Truly is lt said that nothing 1 Is morn beautiful or Christlike in the character of the young than a kind and gentle regard for the old They I whose falling steps are slowly f descending the sunless slope of ag have but one consolation as the years speed by them and that is the tenderness and consideration of those whose lives the beauties of the morning are breaking Ago Is a season of physical InfirmityVV of mental retrospection of- earthlyshattered dreams and disappointments No more for the old Is there a glamor in the rolling stare no more a freshness In the t spring no more a triumph in the ycais The thousand melodies of the present sound far off fo their aged ears and its charms are blurred in tho dimmed eyes whoso tears fall on tile graves of old affections Treat them gently youth and theiryonly of existence in the world in whose splendors you exalt but also for the prosperity and happiness you thoughtlessly enjoy Never mind if she or hi be old and feeble and of humble garbthey look to you In their helpless years to hid with gentle courtesythelr tottering steps Gods blessing will reward you if you do WHAT WINS There are none who will not agree with the Rochester Catholic Citizen in its declaration that every youth beginning his life in the world of affairs should know that pleasant address respectful attention to everyone rich or poor high or low is what wins A sour gruff surly answer to questions asked never pays and never will A pleasant yes sir orno sir goes farther than most young men or young women realize Acting out the boor may be a natural trait of character but It does not win At the old Lindell House in St Louis a gentleman out of health stopped a 9few Weeks The table girl who wilted on him took special pains to get what would be relfshed best by the sick man Most waiters avoid invalids and do not care to watt on them She had a sympathetic nature and it showed itself whenever there ate an o portunltysick uffia n left MM hotel and bout a year after tim ccme a draft to tie table girl- Y 6 Q- Fa of three thousand dollars The man was dead but her name was not I forgotten in the will It pays to bo civil And again a young lad a bootblack in the streets of Now York City obtained a position In a bank by his pleasant yes sir no sir to everybody It made him President of the bank I do not know dont care none of my business always pays over the left Many a boy has been lifted out of poverty to affluence In the end by his gentlemanly manners In i his boyhood days The Louisville Railway CompanyI should seriously confider the advisability of putting on Jim Crow ItlIswhen the public will demand it Persons compelled to use this lino pro finding it more and mor objectionable every day loud and boisterous negroes of both sexes taking full possession and as always I was the case If twenty negroes boari a car they take twenty different seats and prefer to sit with white people before their own color Loots like the Walnut street line will be a bad advertisement for dur visitors to the State fair Tate arrest of two Englishmen Brandon and Trench at Borkum on I GermanyIhasa Teutonic invasion of England and warlikehI t preparations across the North Se may create a deeper reaching scaret than any of the preceding ones III I The raise of phone rates from 4 Ito G a month and the installation of party lines is a palpable violationl I theIHomeI its franchise Our officials should enforce the contract made with theI Homo people or revoke theI franchise Thene skfrom ues day aJballotln gj I rlrNevIHampshire t poor comfort to the standpat Republicans Prospects for Demo erotic control of the next House of Representatives are constantly brightening Fortysix cotton mills in the vlnclnlty of Fall River Mass suspended operations this week throwing out of employment 18000 people Other industries have also makinethe situation rather serious I When you receive a samply copy of the Kentucky Irish American iit an Invitation to subscribe Why lis help to increase its circulation and influence by getting your neighbor to subscribe The unreliability of Home news via the Associated Press is apparent- n the rtfspatch which says that Leo XIII at one time intended uppressing the Knights of Columbu- es u Catholic society THE THREE CROSSES Do the boys and girls know the difference between the Latin Greek and St Andrews crosses Many grown people do not and it Is reasonable to assume that the younger readers may need the in formation The Latin cross Is one with which we are nil familiar The lower limb is a good deal I than the other three limbs longerIII Greek cross on the contrary limbs ofthe equal lengthtwo pieces crossed in the middle at right angles St Andrews cross Is in tho form of the letter X The Greek cross is sometimes called the cross of St George and is blended with I that of St Andrew to form the flag called the Union Jack TIlE TWO MEN INSIDE I An old Indian once asked a white I man to give him some tobacco for his pipe Tho man gave him a loose handful from his pocket The next day he came back andasked for the white man For said he the found tobacco a quarter of a dollar III Why dont you keeep it asked a bystander I Ive got a good man and a bad man here said the Indian pointing I I to his breast and the good man I says It is not yours glvo it back to the owner The bad man says Never mind you got it and It is your own now The good man says No not you must not keep it So i I dont know what to do and I think I to go to sleep but tho good and bad man keep talking all night and trouble me and now I bring the money back I feel Like the old goodII a good and bad II bad man Is Temptation the good nllsCOBldnce and they keep talking for aai against many tblagi that sCe do awry dy Which wine ulJ J r i rV I Miss Anna B Donahue is in Chi cago for a two weeks visit Miss Florence Rapp left Monday for Nazareth Whore she will attendI school I Miss Frances Conroy has returned I from a four weeks visit to friends I1at Frankfort Eleanor Mary and Mattie BaldI I win of the Highlands left Monday for NaznrethIi I IMiss Edna Nally spent last week at Lebanon Junction the guest ol Miss Josle Dugan ICharles Ga1llgan leaves this morn Ing for a two weeks visit to friends at Pomeroy Ohio Tho Misses McCloud havb Just re turned from a two weeks stay at West Baden Springs Miss Nellie Ward was last week the guest of Editor Shlnnlcks family at Shelbyvllle Peter V Mitchell of Milwaukee Is visiting his cousins the Misses Agnes and Mary J Delaney Mltis Eliza Egan of St Louis is the guest of her cousin Joseph D Poutch In New Albany David Scanlon Miss M Scanlon guestsIlastMiss Margaret Ryan is homo from Lebanon where she visited the tam MaddeneMrs Thomas Mahoney spent last week at Now Haven the guest of her daughter Mrs Joseph Pottinger Miss Nellie McBarron of New Al bany is in Evansville visiting Rev Father MoBarron and other friends Misses Julia Mullen and Anna Connolly returned Saturday after a three weeks visit to friends in Chicago Miss Edna Boeswald of Deer Park spent last week visiting friends at Bardstown and attending the fair Mr and Mrs Charles F Tayo left Wednesday for Mud Lavall foar two weeks Russell Miller the contractor hasI returned from a very beneficial twoI weeks trip to Detroit Niagara Fail I and Canada Mr and Mrs D Ryan of South Louisville arrived home Friday from a two weeks sojourn at French Lick Springs I Mrs Julia Treanor Gordon who has been visiting here for the past month left Monday for her homo at Franclsvllle Ill jE e81rtWfl iIni tOr 1821 West Jefferson street haveI been spending tho week at the Cin cinnati Exposition Harry C Meehan the popular Clerk of the Police Court has beenl enjoying a weeks vacation at French Lick Springs IThomas OMalley and wife and children of South Louisville are homo from a much enjoyed visit to relatives in Missouri Mrs David Hanloy of South titgaI Margaret Cormack of Nashville Judge and Mrs Walter P Lincoln and daughter Miss May Lincoln have returned from a delightful so journ at Estill Springs Mr and Mrs Michael Winn and family of Flora Heights returned last week from a delightful trip to Council Bluffs Iowa Mrs J L Riehm and son who spent the summer with Mrs Riehms parents in Seymour Ind returned weeksAlbanyhast visit to her sister Mrs Edward eating in South Louisville I Mrs Albert Stelger Miss Elizabeth I Stelger and Master Albert Steiger and Miss Mamie Boes have been spending a week at White Mills Miss Mary Ridge of East Broad way is visiting in St Louis as the whoIday for Benton Harbor to Join his family who have been spending the season at the Michigan summer re sorts IDennis Hagan and bride who was roturnedfromat home to their friends at 318 LI streetMisses leftbionday atCincinnatiexpositionthere registered wifehiraand T M Kelly IMrs John T Malone and children expectedhomewhere they have been spending the summer months 1bliss Eleanor Sullivan has Just returned from New York after a two weeks stay In which business IbadShehadI brotherBoyda trip to Little Rock Denver adColorado Springs They expect to be gone about two Hwntbs t nc 0In I John and Sidney Sullivan have returned to Chicago after a pleasant visit here to their sister Mrs Craig Bcnsoy and Mr and Mrs Charles Ernwine West Market IMills streetII comIpolledMills on account of illness hopes to return to that resort the last of the month to Complete her vacation Mrs j L Otto 1130 Bardstown road IB spending a two weeks visit at St Catherines Academy Spring field Her cousin Loretta Kennedy went to resume her studies there I IMiss Adelaide Crush gave a largely attended linen shower last Saturday afternoon at her home in the Highlands in honor of Miss Mary Crush who is to bo married the latter part of this month I IWalterI Higgins of Mobile Ala was here to spend Sunday and Monday with his parents Mr and Mrs I William M Higgins He is now connected with the Auditors depart ment of the Mobile Ohio railroad IjIThomas Jennings Kcaney an nounces the engagement of his sis ter Miss Rita Raphael Keaney to George Melkel Wilson of Memphis IiTenn formerly of Louisville The wedding will take place the latter part of October I ISt Augustines church In Jef fersonvllle Sunday morning the first bans of George A KImmick and Miss Anna Kehoe were read by the RevI conIgregatlolle solemnized the latter part of this month I CARD OF THANKS The ladles of the Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital Sewing Society wish to return their most sincere thanks to the ladles and gentlemen who by their cheerful and selfsacri ficing labor made their lawn fete the success It proved and to the public who so generously contributed to Itl and patronized it also to the press I cdImost cordially the members of th sowing society and also all who con I lawnII kind help extended by the Kentucky Irish American WEDDIXG DELLS I Invitations are being issued for the wedding of Miss Maymo Scbaeft I bothIsociety circles The marriage core stony will be performed at St Peters church with a nuptial mass on Wednesday morning September 28 The young couple will spend three weeks on a honeymoon trip and on their return will reside at 2421 West Madison street- DELEGATE TO MONTREAL I At a special meeting of the New I York City Dominican Lyceum high honor was conferred on James S McDonogh a former Louisville boy but now a successful lawyer of the Mbtr6p6Hsr4Wiffirthe Rev P AI Maher 0 P Mr McDonogh was elected a delegate to the Eucharistic Congress at Montreal His Louisville friends are pleased with the IIhe Is making and expect him to g still higher CHURCH EUCHRE On September 15 Mrs Victor Heukcht will give a euchre at he I streetIB l begin oclock p m Numerous handsome prizes will be awarded congregaItlons11 0 be there In large numbers GOES UP HIGH Harry T Esterle for a number of DispatchCompanymoted to the responsible position of State Freight Agent for Arkansas RockThoughand success his removal from Louts ottrlendsCLERICAL CHANGE I The Rev Father Charles F Christ LouisjBertrandss1 ConnhasYorkCityfieldforI leftlargewho will be glad to read of his ad vancement RETURNS FROM PANAMA Charles I Cate and wife and two arriveint DGalliganI years ago Mr Cate was appointed to a Government position in the Canal zone and this is his first vacationHe will be here for about a month i RECOVERED I I GusKaneGeorgRileyhave recovered from the effects of iI the operations they underwent a ConstableRlle1 Is thought Capt Kane will be able to be out next week I STUDY MUSIC ABROADI IWJLJJ Marie Glover and Miss An toinette Glover will sail for Europe on October 9 where they will spend MarieGlovor1I Wattermoveras New York returning to Louisville on October 15 I I CAKEI cup of butter one cup of sweet all i 4 whites of four eggs two teatspeons baking powder two cups of hoar pr iBre Flavor with vasllla i n q Y Z to1 ti + oo 1i + oo1m tt trtml+o AO +H or D SUBSCRIBE FOR R i THEII UI1 KENTUCKY I IRISH AMERICAN I VY ss h W MMi Brightest Catholic Weekly in the Southwests s n ssssONE DOLLAR PER YEARVY hh- VY h4- VY f ssIfYou Want All the News and Particulars of Happenings bb in Catholic Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This Paper H- VY h-hnVY vVY t Foreign Countries 150 Per Year Home Phone 946 = ssss h 0SrH 4 1 I X 0O XXKKKMXKKKKKKKKK K XKC XKKKK XKMXK XK XKK X XX I5 KILKENNY Has Boon a Center of Catholic Activity and Zeal For Centuries Many Hills But None Exceecl ingly high Make Plctn resque Scenery RoundeTowers Are Found On Sidesd INLAND CAPITAL OF IRELAND Like several other counties in Ireland Kilkenny takes Its name andIthefom the St Oanlco in the sixth century It was called ClllChannigh the Church of St Canice St Canice was Abbot of Aghaboe in Queens county where he had his principal church Ho died In the year 593 Kilkenny is fortyfive miles long measuring from the bend of the Sulr at Moonvoen west of Waterford City to the north angle of the county near the village of Clogh Its breadth east and west from the Barrow to the western boundary Is twentythree miles It has an area of 796 square miles and n i opula tlon of 96000 The entire northern margin of the county is moderately uplands and hilly The hills that occupy thee barony of Fassadlnln and the north of the barony of Gowran are com monly called the Castlecomer Hills hough the elevations are some Iraes up to 1000 feet over the sea loyal there are few conspicuous hills- r among them as they slope very gradually and the plain on which they stand is itself 300 or 400 feet tbeII theINoreI The Nore river coming from Queens county runs through Kil kenny in a direction generally to ward the southsoutheast and joins the Barrow two miles above New Ross The Birrow coming from Ccrlow irst touches Kilkenny at jIDuninga and from that south to whero it enters tho Sulr a distance of thirtysix miles foms the eastern I boundary line of tho county The Sulr coming from the west forms the southern boundary An other rivers in Kilkenny are tributary to the above three The only lake In LoughCullenboundaryIt withiiThe city of Kilkenny has a popn assizeItowni called the inland capital of Ireland It has been from the earliest times raLgards ecclesiastical and civil affairs It is ono of the most Interesting and Ireland and many other fine ecclesiastical ruins Kilkenny Castle the seat of the ortthe Nore Other but andlocatedBallyraggetThomastown of them have historic ecclesiastical isCallontlsiroundKellsItseLf aItheton River Dlnin is Castle comer The extI Kilkenny and occupies ofFnssadinlnofGowran ofthemarble In the district lying around the city of Kilkenny It is quarried manufacturedItombstones and various kinds of architectural ornamental work wasincluded theNoreHere Eber and Eromon the first theMienian ThefortgavethEtStatesGourt I n- I W1 u KENTUCKY STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE SIX BIG DAYS= cSEPTEMBER 12 TO 117 Running Trotting and Pacing Races daily Best Amusements ever featured in the South Superior display of Live Stock and Farm Products KentuckyNaliettos IrishAmerican Night Wednesday September 14 For Catalogue apply to J W Newman Secretary SURPRISE SPCCIAL SALE NO 556 Boys Knickerbocker SuitsV IN ADVANCE FALL STYLES An immense assortment of the latest autumn styles suitable for school or dress now sqVI THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE dr CO IBetwecn ScHooL FOOTWEAR FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Bring your children to us for their School Footwear The most complete stock in the city to select from All the latest styles and makes and at prices that will surprise y- ouMICHAELVOLZ 336 WEST MARKET STREET KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING H H t H It tIS WPINE WINES AL e KOLjAGE3 f 845 West Green Street LItfVOR3 OItA1Ret 1t UU R U 6 H HOPKINS THEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows datly Sunday contin ous CASINO AND ORPHEUH THEATERS FIRSPRUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladies and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre senting only the standard productions historic drain 1UIl and comic Assistant Fire Chief James Cassia and Matthew J Cassia all hailed from historic Kilkenny I a 25 424 321 W 7u Beginning Monday Night and All Week With Usual Matinees the See the Ziegfeld Beauty Chorus THE NEW MATINEESSunday Tuesday ThursdaySaturday wand 1 Jeffersono- pplaternbaa Station 7C7flULBYS The Girl with Kimono AVENUEStarting Sunday Mat IIRefurnIshed Sept IIAll The Port of Missing Men Nights 1C 25 GO and 7- 5MRflAflDllERTY I Y1SBF1NS TOMHER J Voice arid Piano bid1 W St Catkritt LMlivKte tfk Ii a- e 0 K NTUCKY I1 I AltIERICAN V It t It It It It It t than W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carrier Furalshed for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET i TELEPHONE 81O A HOME PHONE 1111 CUMBERLAND 128II I J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S ast Maims Street HI I I I t I It t I t t I i D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT i FuneralI Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS I All Calls Answind Promptly Day or NIght 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Jeffersonville lad own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Icsane and epileptic patients Bothmsle and female patients are admitted Rates very reas sable Fqr further particulars apply to TIER MARY REGINA TIERCY HOSPITAL Sparks AVMHH JetferaanUle lad HERRMANN BROS On IMPORTERS FJJNE WINES AND LIQUORS DUtitton andWholMAte Del en in Finest Brandt of KBB tacky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson1Y BD 1ffJloMD- J orJ 234 SIXTRSTIISETu CUSCADEN ICE CREAM WITH CenterbIS ALL THE RAGE TELEPHONE 518 AND 584 5pedal309311 Second Street Louisville FOR Furniture Of 111 Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WMe MAYER p I 419 W MARKET ST Jos Dougherty Everett lanning Dougherty fanning COAL COIn- corporated Pitt sour and Jellico Coal Now is the time to lay In your winter supply of Coal Try Dougherty Lanning for the best quality of Plttsburg and ellico Coal HOME PHONE 173 CUMBo 907t YARDS 151H I MAGNOLIA 7TH 8 MAGNOLIA All the late and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us r Give year key as edacattee that will fre pare tlter life ST XAVIER5 COLLEQE 113 W rM4a1UleK1 adaka + 15wrw rersMeIto J Ij D Q n- n r rl r SPLENDID Meetlngand Large Gather- Ing of Hibernians Monday A largely attended and en thusiastic meeting of Division 3 A O H Was held Monday night with hot ono of the officers absent Tho first business was the obligation of James J Carroll and tim report of tho Visiting Committee that Patrick OBrien had recovered from his Ill ness Stato President Butler County President Welch and President P T Sullivan were present and in in teresting talks outlined the work that w4s expected of the Stato con vention to be held next week at Ash land D J Coleman reported the successful results of an official visit by State Secretary William J Con nelly and himself to Covington where they wore given a genuine Hibernian welcome Following an Interesting address by Lawrence J Mackey on the re sults of the national convention and the work to be done to strengthen the order in the Southern States Messrsi Michael Sheehan Patrick Holley and Michael Dlneen pioneers IIn the work of the Ancient Order in Kentucky were called upon and made short talks that were well re ceived On account of the State con vention and the absence of the offi cers from the city adjournment was taken till the first Monday in Oc tober COV1NGTON Jubilee Celebration of St Annes Church Big Event Judged from the last reports the coming jubilee celebration of St Annes church in Covington will be the greatest event in the history of that parish and of more than or dinary Interest throughout the dio cese The pastor Rev William B Ryan one of the best known priests in Kentucky assisted by several committees of energetic young hui tlers is working hard to complete an elaborate programme which will cause this jubilee to be commemorated in ideal fashion The church is undergoing many Improvements and will present a beautiful appear ance on that occasion as will the rectory and the Sisters residence which are also being improved Father Ryan was for a number of years Grand Chaplain of the Young Mens Institute in this State and it is expected that a number of the councils will be represented at the jubilee VANDALS RAID CHURCH Burglars got Into St Bonaventuro College at Allegheny three miles west of Olean N Y Friday night and stole seven golden chalices from the altar of the adjoining church They also tore and destroyed altar draperies and trimmings that were I I poorboxcontents taken The total damage J and loss to the church was about 1700 fc CONVALESCENT Mrs Patrick Ansbro one of theJ best known and highly respected I women of Jeffersonvllle who has been critically ill at her home 512 fandf to the great relief of her many friends and relatives t HOT AND COLD j I The hottest and coldest tempera tures are reported from American cities Miles City Mont shows the greatest variation 111 degrees in summer and 67 degrees below zero I In winteran extreme variation of 178 degrees Records at Phoenix i Ariz give 119 degrees and Yuma Ariz 118 degrees The southernmost point of Florida is the only place in the United States where a jI freezing temperature has never been recorded The Tatoosh Island In tne San Juan de Fuca waterway between Oregon and Vancouver shows the least variation in temperature i varying between 80 degrees for the highest and 50 degrees for the lowest GREATXESS Greatness is not the result of mere chance or genius it is not the fact of being brilliant nor the des perate sally of ambition but on the contrary the combined results of strong mental endowment and per sistent determination to succeed vigorous cultivation of the best In us honorable design and a wise direction of all our forces and un swerving from that which our con science tells us to be right DARK CAKE The following recipe is 10r a dark cake which makes either one largo I cake or two small ones Two cup fuls of light brown sugar onehalf Iji cupful of dark molasses two cupfuls of sour milk onehalf cupful of I I butter or oleomargarine four cupfuls of flour two teaspoonfuls of soda one teaspoonful of cloves or I allspice one and onehalt cupfuls of raisins By adding morB fruit will make a fruit cakeII BAKED DA ANASII Peel six bananas and place in an agate baking pan Mix one third of a cupful of sugar with two tablespoonfuls of lemon juice and two I Jablespooafuls of melted butter Pour this over the bananas and bako twenty minutes in a slow oven take out turn out into a dish and Jet away to cool Serve with whipped cream GERMAN CHOP SUEY II Two pounds basibupger fry a nice brown three onions oaehalf boat of noedlea one 1l1J1Ulch of 041171 chopped up in Kemil pieces one can toaatoee pdt fist pepper toll one tourt J e LI We Want Your Boys to Come to Us For Their School Clothes All Our Fall Suits are in and Ready Boys Knickerbocker Suits SI98 to 750 Ohildrens Russian Suits SI98 to 600 M S Moses Co 514516 West Market PETER M ANDBIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS j Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET I J Ii KNIUIITS OF COL1Ha t Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The two Milwaukee councils spent I Labor day at the Sprtngbank Catholic Chautauqua I Four hundred persons attended a smoker given by Denver Council last E week in the now hall It was the first for a number of years past Milwaukee Knights havo filed articles of incorporation with theC Secreatry of State The capital stock is 5 00 00 and the object the maintenance of the new club house A big escort of Indianapolis Knights is being arranged to receivet the Paple Ablegate Monsignor Fat onlo when he arrives to participate In the consecration of Bishopelect Chartr ndtt Commencing Sunday October 2 1 the Rev Bernard L Conway Paulist father of New York will give a series 1 Ct lectures under the auspices ofE Ferre Haute Council which will conclude t on the succeeding Sunday The New Orleans Fourth Degree Assembly are making groat preparations for the exemplification in that city on Sunday October 16 Follow tug the exemplification will be aIbanquet at which prominent menI from many States will bo speakers Theodore Roosevelt will be the guest of the Knights of Peoria 111 on October 12t and will speak at the banquet commemorating the landing ot Columbus 418 years ago With him will be Bourke Cockran the great New York lawyer and Demo cratic orator VISITING HIS BROTHER Rev Emmet B Kennedy of Mo bile Ala left last week to spend a fortnight in Philadelphia and at Mt 8t1Iarys College Emmlttsburg Before his return he will visit his brother Joseph Kennedy at Annap olis Father Kennedy will reach Louisville next week and will be with his mother until he leaves for Mobile FOR WOMANS EYE Heels are to be lower The plaited frill holds its vogue wonderfully well Jet for buttons is not quite as popular as last year The colonels plume is more than ever worn on small hats Lace and plain linen turnovers will be worn on stocks of silk Black satin tallormades are good The smartest new hats are low broad affairs New and fetching are bags and belts of cretonne incrusted with fine white soutache Turbans are rising in height and ofIder Is the popular gauzy material for evening gowns Small hats of sealskin bell shaped with a small brim and mili tary turbans are to be much in vogueHoods are seen on many of the handsomest evening capes These care often finished with a tassel more or less elaborate Gilt buttons which have been exceedingly popular on the colored tub dresses this summer will be I jwwxai allll IIB better than wide folio of the Mine material or pain of0 MM color used la tow TYaro air umtri mad- dI o J t- oJ b tl DEPUTIESV Named by President Leon and For Knights and Ladles In a letter to the Kentucky Irish American Supreme President Leon ard of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America expresses appreciation of his treatment while In Louisville by the Rev C P Raffo Thomas Keenan Hon E J McDer mott Dr William B Doherty At torney P T Sullivan and quite a number of others Under the new administration the affairs of the or der are being brought into excellent shape and an active campaign Is now In progress while bright and lasting results are looked for from Louisville the cradle of the order The following are the Deputies ap pointed and commissioned for the Louisville branches- C J Thoben Mrs Cora Richards Mrs Ella Brooks John B Stickler MS Theresa Kant J X Kessick Miss Katie Henley Mrs Mary Weis pnborg Edward Barrett A Hucken beck J J Score Michael Lyons Mrs Isabella Scanlan Andrew Kant Miss Mary Corcoran Martin Stocker Miss Rena Weisenberg Dr P S Qnnz J B Murphy Miss Katie Reardon Stephen McElllott Emery Schlafer NEAl TIlE ENl Louisville Base Ball Club Goes On Last Trip Tnls Week The Louisville club will begin a fourgame series with the Toledo ag gregation this afternoon and the Colonels will have a hard struggle before them as the desperate race for second place between Columbus and Toledo has those two teams hustling The majority of fans here hope Toledo will land as they cer tainly helped Lousvllle to win the pennant last year by defeating Min neapolis and Milwaukee When the race was very close The Toledo lineup has several Louisville favor ites among them being Hallman Hickman Hinchman Elwert and McCarthy After this series the Colonels go away for an eightdays trip to Indianapolis and Columbus then returning home for he closing games of the season which seems a fitting close for a disastrous year both being tallenders Hope is expressed for better things next year but it looks like a great many new men are needed Stanley Doyle Rob- Inson Hughes Heilly Halla and Slagle being about the best material ofqJ nresent season according to the opinion of a majority of fans who are good critics v I BISHOP BURKE x J There was much rejoicing In the ranks of the Ladles Catholic Benefit Association when announcement was made that the Right Rev T M A Burke Bishop of Albany N Y had consented to act in the capacity of Supreme Spiritual Adviser for that great womens organization This was made known last week at a reception tendered the Supreme Presi dent Miss Kate Mahoney at Troy RFCALLS AWFUL TRAGEDY James Fitzharris bettor known by the name Skin the Goat who drove he cab containing the assassins of Lord Frederick Cavendish Chief Secretary for Ireland and T H Burke the permanent Under Secre tary to the scene of the crime in Phoenix Park May 6 1882 died Wednesday in the Dublin workhouse J Fltzharrls was released in 1903 after serving twenty years of a life sen tence for his share in the tragedy CHARACTER FORMING Have you ever noticed how an Icicle is formed If you have you noticed how it froze one drop at a time until it was a foot or more long it the water was clear the circle re malned clear and sparkled almost as brightly as diamonds in the sun muddythewas spoiled Just so our characters are formingone little thought or thoughtbelovely and sparkle with happiness but If impure and wrong thee will be deformity and wretchedness HAPPINESS In every relation of life our hap somebodyHusbands sisters parents and children co workers in office or shop all hold one anothers peace and happiness to some extent in the hollow of their hands In the midst of our tri umphs our Joy or success a small taunt a sardastlc woutitUng speech transforms our cup of honey into gall FAIRY TALES While the most exact and rigid truthfulness should be practiced in our dealings with children and they should be taught to shun all equivocation and lying still we need babyImaginationstalr landrhey early learn to find the truth wrapped up in thp husk of the story ORANGE MARMALADE cutinfocupfulsfruit and let stand twentyfour houra and then boil fortyfive minutes Let stand twentyfour hours again and cupful until thick or Jellylike This makes twelve glases of marmalade ESCALLOPED CUCUMBERS e largcucumbersalternate Layers ot cucumbers and cracker crumba add salt peppy JaMotfakethrWi I IJIoI T FRANK BREWINGaNOORPQRATBD Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE SY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one Who has tried it lelephone 452 SENNT ACKERMAN1 BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUJ vILL1t HY FALLSCITYBREWINGCO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Comb Will 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phose I3fTHE WIEDEMANN H INcozpe- RATRDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky r JOHN Eo FRANK WALTERS Clay= Street Brewei 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOI WORPORA- TBDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER I 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 8PI LOUISVILLE KH W C CUNNINGHAM H A HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporated Special 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the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privilegeslOU to the ownershIp of a piano the day you make your by investing a small amount of cash as first payment Our one price policy must convince even the most doubt Ing ut our superior servIce In treating one customer the same as another and Is a point to he well considered when purchasing o piano We Invite Inspctlons and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated asas030 FOURTH AVENUB OOONNONONNNNNNOOOONNNONNNINNN000N ST MARYS COLLEGE ST MARY MARION CO KY Commercial Course with Business College features High School Course preparation for Law Medicine Phar macy Dental and Engineering Schools Collegiate Course preparation for Seminaries and Uni l versitiesNew Gymnasium with Instructor For Catalogue address i REV MICHAEL JAQLOWICZ C R President St Mary Kentucky NNNNO + + Frtr COLUMBIAN COLEGE0 OWENSBORO KENTUCpt- ffcThorough and Practical School For tfoys and Yuung MenI Commtrclal Preparatory and Collegiate Courses Boarding 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AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Heraea Called Yet aaet Delivered omce AM potaig 7iwn stvwfrH STIIEI y u iJ n I o I LI I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Deli is the Put WeekOenera- News Notes Colorados next State convention will be held In Denver Milwaukee will have the Wls consln State convention two years henceWith 242 divisions and nineteen military companies Massachusetts basa total membership of 24620 Three hundred guests attended the banquet and closing foatlvitf of the State convention at Janesvlll- Wis A feature of the Maine State convention at Bangor this month willI be a class Initiation of 100 candidates I will be no mooting of Dlvf I IThere 2 or 3 or the Ladles Au cosn Division 1 will soon begin preparations for a winter entertainment that will surpass any It has yet un dertaken The annual Irish day of t Indianapolis divisions was a succe German flags worn conspicuous the park About sixtyfive delegates of the order and forty from the Ladles Auxiliary will constitute the Maine convention on September 20 The graves of deceased members were decorated at St John N B September 4 This tribute to departed brothers is observed annually in that cityState Presided John J Mahoney of Chicago declares the Illinois State convention at East St Lou euccessfloverul I Division 4 meets Monday night when all the arrangements for tho trip to Ashland will be announced President Hennessy wants all the members present At a recent Hibernian demonstration at Omeath Ireland the proces sion extended over two miles in length Louth Armagh Down and Antrim sent large delegations Directed by State President P B Walsh one of Terre Hautes mo j representative citizens Indiana wl show a substantial increase 1n members during the ensuing wo years I Tomorrow trio Ladles Auxiliaries of Indianapolis will have a coon j initiation and on the following Su day the divisions of Tipton and IJKokomo will Initiate at the latter placeMuch praise is being bestowed on D J Coleman by members everywhere tor his energy and work which has been of material benefit to each of the four divisions and tie Ladles AuxiliaryM T FollowingtlTtate comes Ui1f county convention and t electionl of officers for the next two years With the material to select from a County Board of great strength and ability will be chosenlt John Keaney Secreatry of Divisi ion 2 wore a broad smile last week and with good reason for on Suni day a little John Jr was christenedU At the meeting of Division 2 last Friday night he had to have an assistant in order that he might have time to receive the congratulations of his Hibernian friends who hope the youngster may follow In the footsteps of his worthy father and grandfather Michael Keaney- DWCAULEYS Tho Girl n the Kimono a production that has had a long run 1 Chicago which speaks well for Ii drawing power will be Macauleys opening offering for next week It Is a farce with music and the stage setting and costuming are said to I be beautiful A large chorus with some stunning dance effects are said to make The Girl In the Kimono a picturesque offering fo the early season HOPKINS THEATEK The large dally attendance at th Hopkins Theater attests its popu larlty with the amusement loving 4public and gives assurance of most successful season Well ve- c n tllated roomy and comfortable It f an Ideal place to spend the leisure hours The management J a programme for the third week o Its vaudeville season that is rich i iattractive features and a run o motion pictures that Is squall meritorious CLUBjThe Chanticler Dancing Club ha organized for the coming season and will give a series of dances a Utopian Hall the oopning dance be Ing Tuesday September 27 The JCallonI DavIdCi McTigheJamesCharlesFI BurkeFrancisand Ben H i DomingII SISTERS VISIT SISTERSII YountCarmelI t ofRI number convent home In New Orleans She StLukeSouthNorwoodI COUNTRY SUPPER The people of Powee Valley and vicinity will give a euchre on Thursday September 22 for the benefit of St AloysIus church when a good country supper will be served for vis I itors from the city Father Edward Boos Is the pastor and the proceeds will go to help him In the work heI Is doing for God and his peopleII I GOOD WOMAN DEAbI formerhighly I kay died last Sunday in Indianapolis and the Md news was a I shock to her wany Meads and tale t r SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O JET DIVISION 1 Meets at Fals City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P Lawler Financial Secretary Thos J Dolan 2129 Portland avenu- eTrcasurcrThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller Sentinel David Whelan 2eFriday Red1 Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice President Raymond Recording Secretary William MeehanFinancial y KeanezTreasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mu phYSentinelWilliam Nash DIVISION 3 MondayhB SullivanatPresidentMartin n Recording Secretary Thomas J Uetens Financial Secretary John G He slon 1710 Baird TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArmsJnmes P Stevens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Streets President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThos J Lant gan 734 West Oak SecretaryDJl Recording Secretary John J WinnTreasurerHarry Brady CallngbanOutside Sentinel Michael McDer nottDIVISION JEFFERSONVIIJLEjj days at Pfaus Hall President J G Cole MurphyRecording McIlFinancial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll FlahertyInside Y 2MC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Beets Monday Evenings at Gl u House 344 North Twentysixth Kenneyhe J Casper f Second Vice President Thomas F Bachman Recording Secretary Robert Os orne I Corresponding Secretary William 4 Link Financial Secretary Frank O 4doms- Treasurer Dan Weber MarshalJoseph Bartsch Inside SentinelA C Link Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart Learn Wireless RR Telegraphyy Shortgage of fully 10000 Operators on account of hourlaw and exten sive wireless developments We operate under direct supervision of positivelysWrite for catalogue NATL TELEGRAPH PhiladelphIaMemphis S C Portland Ore lives The remains were brought t Lawsonn the funeral taking place Wednesda- morning from St Marys church Mrs Lawson was an aunt of MrsI Charles F Pfeffer and is survived sisterseKreltzer and Ernest Lawson DONT 1WIIGBX TJUS sBranchI 25 C K of A forgeithoi I a ittdi anYTuesday nights number of pleas lag specialties have been securedI and Robert Thurman will sing at each performance For Tuesday changdtFOn HIS nor Charles F Platter prominent in Y M I circles in the Falls Cities an- a Director In the Supreme Council a weekIdenled storktibrought him last Saturday Ills friends are congratulating him and say they will Bond him to the nex I Supreme meetingtI t IREADY FOR EASTER 4 According to advice from tho contractors the last atone will be lard 1n the steeple of the new Denver Cathedral by October 15 Work on the Interior can then be carried onC with increased speed It Is proposed to have the edifice ready for the first service on Easter Sunday to partslofwill bo fifty two stainedglass win dows the contract for eighteen of which was awarded to a Munich firm The total cost of the windows will be 50000 P CARD OF THANKS We desire to extend our sincere thanks to our relatives and friends for their heartfelt sympathy extend daughter cially do we thank the Rev Father Norman the pallbearers and choir ot 8t Cecilias the donors of floral faitanyI Mother and Children t IRELANDI I Record of the float Important ot the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The extensive saw mills owned by James Ahearn at Balllna were completely destroyed by fire The damage is estimated at 16000 Much regret is felt In Newtown ards at the death of Joseph Watson for nineteen years associated with the Ann street hemstitching factory Very Rev Canon Eugene Mc- Kenna of Aughnamullen East has been appointed to Carrlckmacross In succession of the late Dean Mc Glone DicVerryTCarlingford personal valued at about 11000 much of which was willed for the poor of the parish ofrDrogheda and Rev Thomas Cassldy of Monasterbolce accompanied Car dinal Logue as chaplains to the Eucharistic Congress 1John McGarron of Aghacarrow County Leltrlm was killed by fall ing over the cliffs at Bundoran and a Coroners jury found that the fatality was accidental The outlook for the harvest is not thesseason In the western section thou sands of acres are under water and much of the crop irretrievably turned Joseph Weir aged thirtyone years of Quigleys Point County Donegal was out shooting when his gun accidentally exploded and the shot entering the body near the heart killed his instantly Before leaving for Canada Car DieDonald Quinn as the administrator Dundalk Father Quinn has take over the pastoral charge of Cnrllng ford With tho assistance of twenty five police at Feahoe Mrs Alice Cassidy and childen were evicted ThroughtheKeonan they were subsequently reinstatedThe has occurred at Ballln teskln near New Ross of John Power who was nearly years a member of the New Ros promInent movement Before a bench of five Magic tates at Longford Joseph Callag ban Newtownforbes was charged with intimidating a man named Mat thews by preventing him selling cattle The bench after a long casebThe death announced of Rev Father W Burke of Kilmacthomas yearsAbeen In failing health he continued with the zeal and care characteristic of him to discharge his onerous duties His death is widely lamented Tho Curates new residence at Castleblaney Is now fully completed suitably furnished and In occupa tion and the work of erecting a new convent for the Sisters of Mercy on Laurel Hill is being rapidly pushed forward When completed the new convent will be one of the finest in the province The consecration of trio Most Rev Patrick Finnegan as Bishop of Illmore will take place In the Cathe dral of Cavan on Sunday September 11 The ceremony of consecration will be performed by the Most Rev Dr ODonnell Bishop of Raphoe and the sermon on the occasion will be preached by the Very Rev Peter Finlay S J who is returning from Germany specially for tho oc casion The new Bishop is a native baptizedoreceived first communion and 1nyBishop AVENUE THEATER sThe Port of Missing Men will be the Avenue Theater offering for next week and is said to be a pro duction of much merit presented by a large and capable company It willttheIAvenue are the changes and Improvements and are giving Manager Shaw much praise IMOTION PICTURES The Casino and Orpheum will present entirely new changes of pro gramme of moving pictures next week which are claimed to be the equalof any over produced Both these houses are enjoying an over Increasing patronage and are thronged dally by pleased ladles and thetlatest approved are ex hibited SHELBYVILLE The Rev John H Rlley returned lasttSunday after a most enjoyable vaca Lion of several weeks with his par ents and relatives In the East Since coming to the Church of the An- nuncIation Father Riley has made numerous 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