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AMERICAN I j VOLUME XXVNO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS HIBERNIANS lloveivcd by the People oi Ashland With Open Arms IMost Successful and Harmoni ous Convention Yet Held In Kehtucky Tile Ladles Auxiliary Was Also in Session ot too Shine Time OFFICERS FOR NEXT TWO YEARS repreIsentatlvesI loft the city Sunday morning In a special coach over the Cheaspeako wheretheI Stato convention In the history of the Ancient Order in Kentucky was I bold on Monday and Tuesday At Lexington the Louisville delegation was Joined by the Paris contingent while the Covington and Newport delegates came by the way of Ironton I Arriving at Ashland the Hlbor nlans were received at the depot by tan Immense crowd of people head ed by Messrs Thomas M Howard sr J B Burdlss Sr and Thomas Howard Jr and the Ladies Aux iliary The visitors were escorted to Comus Hall where an informal reception was held followed by a Dutch lunch refreshments cigars etc When all had been refreshed calls were made for both the How ads father and son State President George J Butler Judge Michael T Shine Thomas Keenan County President P J Welsh Squire Pat rick T Sullivan Con J Ford and I others who responded with short and happy talks each speaker tak lag occasion to pay nice tribute to State President Butler for his hard and indefatigable efforts during his term Upon all sides were evidences of the friendly feeling for the Ancient Order and numerous banners were displayed about the city bearing the words Cead Mille Faltho and Welcome to Our City A O IL and L A 1 Sunday evening there wasaI largely attended add mQst enjoyable recepttonand Icecream BoclaUBtheJ 5hei tiful residence oiCOutif rcsl dent Thomas Howard Sr on West Winchester avenue at which tho tocal Ides Auxiliary assisted in hospitality was dis pensed most generously and with ji Instrumental and vocal music a very enjoyable evening was spent I Bright and early Monday morn Ing all wore astir and ready for tho work bofoo them Assembling at the hall of the Ashland Hibernians a parade was formed and headed by the Ashland Concert Band and sev eral Irish and American flags and banners the ladies and everybody marched to St Francis church mak ing a splendid showing at various points along the route The high mass began with the Rev Father Cusack of Covington as celebrant assisted by Rov Father Marks of Cincinnati as deacon and Rev Father Snyder of Ironton as sub deacon II Right Rev Bishop Macs of Cov ington occupied his throne and preached an eloquent and forceful sermon taking for his text Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with thy whole heart thy whole mind and thy whole soul and thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself Tho Dishop showed himself very familiar with the history of the Ancient Order and the history of Ireland calling attention to tho fact that Ireland was the only nation that had never turned on Holy Church but had remained faithful and true since St Patrick had planted the seed of Gods faith upon her soil Continuing the Bishop said when you speak of an Irishman It Is a synonym for Catholic The Hibernian watchword has been Cath olic first and Irish second He paid a glowing tribute to the order in saying that the Hibernians were the first to give 50000 for the en dowment of a chair In the Catholic University of which he was a di rector At the close of the mass the entire congregation led by the choir sang God Save Ireland In a man ner that was spirited and edifying Headed by the band the march was resumed the parade being over the principal streets to the Comus Club rooms where the sessions of the convention were held James B Burdiss Sr Chairman of the Reception Committee welcomed all to Ashland on behalf of Mayor A H Moore who had been unavoidably called to Portsmouth State President Butler responded on behalf of the order and thanked the Ashland members and citizens In general fore hospitable reception tendered fhe State convention Rev Father ICusack of Covington then opened the convention with prayer and made a few remarks urging mem bers to attend church and receive the sacraments regularly for the good example they would set for other State President Butler appointed State Secreary William J Connelly County President Pr Welsh County President Thomas Howard Sr Judge M T Shine and James Callary as the Committee on Cre dential While this committee was preparing its report the convention was addressed by Attorney Thomas Walsh of Louisville who was given aa1 hearty reception close attention n Iii u iQ C- x Eln 0 and at the close was loudly applauded Tho Credentials Committee re ported fiftythree delegates present and entitled to seats in the conven tionIPresident Butler next read his re port for the past two years which showed the Ancient Order In Ken I tucky still vigorous and loyal but he urged that united efforts be made to Increase the membership Ho also made a brief report for him self and County Prsldent Welsh of the work of tho national convention aV Portland The following com mittees were next announced after which the convention adjourned un til Tuesday morning Rules and FinanceJudge M T Shine D J Coleman A J Toner P J Kane M J Ryan Constitution and BylawsP J Welsh P T Sullivan Joseph Mc Breen John Hennessy M Purtle Sr Grievances J B Dempsey H J Brady James J Maloney Thomas Walsh John Seery PressJoseph Seery B H OKelly John Sheridan John J BarryOfficers ReportsThomas How ard Sr Thomas Lynch Phil Don nelly P H OKelly Con J Ford Military Insurance and Ladies Auxiliary John Callary John Winn Thomas Langan D L Reed OeorgeMcCulloughII ResolutlonsvThomas Walsh J MurrayThomasFollowing the adjournment the delegates and visitors were taken on automobile rides over the town and adjacent country and some were taken for a fifteenmile interurban ride to Huntington yo Va The dance at Clyffeside on Monday evening proved tho piece de resist ance There were Irish Jigs and reels In addition to dances for the younger folks but the quadrilles brought out some dancing talent that proved pretty shifty with the heel and toe notable among the number being D J Coleman John Hesslon J B Burdiss Thomas Lynch Will J Connelly John J Winn Squire P T Sullivan Thomas Howard Sr John Hennessy and P J Welsh This was one of the hap piest social occasions during the convention and was attended by several hundred people Tuesday morning the convention was called to order By Statb Presi dent Butler who read a con gratulatory telegram from the len tueky GermanAmerican Alliance expressing best wishes for the con vention State Secretary Connelly and State Treasurer Howard submitted their reports which corre sponded In every detail and were re ceivod with evident satisfaction 1Jr Upon therecqmmendiatinj oftho tdioxequirrtaglotMri State conventions Was abol= iahettho fItcsoIuto t s CQnini tefftt ported resolutions indorsing the Kentucky Irish American and recom mending It to the members for their hearty support Another resolution that was unanimously adopted provides that the State officers and a committee of three members will meet Jointly with a similar committee from the GormanAmerican Alllanco with full power to act Other imporant resolutions that received favorable consideration recommended an increase in the initia tion fee that the State convention be held In August Immediately fol lowing the national convention and that the promotion of the study of Irish history be advocated and urged everywhere I generousdonationlein as an appreciation of the many courtesies received at his hands and then adjourned for dinner Upon assembling the election of officers was the first order The Rev Father Cussack in a nice speech placed before the convention the name of George Donnelly for State President and his election was by acclamation The State officers elected to servo for the next two years areIi President George Donnelly Cov ingtonVice PresidentPatrick Kane ParisSecretaryWilliam J Connelly Louisville TreasurerThomas M Howard Jr Ashland The election was very harmonious and the hearty support ot all the delegates was pledged the neW offi cers It was noted with much pleas ure that for the first time in Ken tucky all the State officers had been elected by acclamation Upon the invitation of the Jeffer son county delegation Louisville was selected as the place for holding the next convention The following res olution was read and adopted amid j great applause The deleagtes of the Ancient Or convenIuoni i ognizing and fully apprqclatlng the royal welcome that has been ex tended them by the good people and by the officers and members of Di vision 1 of Ashland therefore be It cenvontlondesiresgratitude for the very kind and hos pitable manner in which the delegates and visitors have been welcomed and entertained and the many overyhandmost delightful one for all the dele gates and hereafter they shall al ways recall It as among the most pleasant memories of their lives Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be furnished the press and that the same be spread upon the minutes of this convention President Butler announced the appointment of Judge M T Shine LangtrytheStateQermnAmericanThe newlyelected officers were next iaUttlled and after a number 1- C J FatherJi r o t ttrrY z Cusack advocated support of th Catholic press declaring should bo a Catholic newspaper every Catholic home tho most successful Hibernian convention ever held in Kentucky was brought to a close At a meeting of the now State Board before leaving Ashland the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue of Louisville was the unanimous selection for State Chaplain Messrs George J Butler andI Welsh and William J Connelly were appointed a special committee to notify him of the action taken and ask his acceptance of the position Tho attendance at tho banquet in the Ventura Hotel diningroom on Tuesday evening represented the flower of Ashland about 125 being present In addition to the outof town people The banquet was opened with prayer by Right Rev sumptuous address was made by John E Pur tell toastmaster followed by the Reverend Bishop who in a short address made special mention of the Ladles Auxiliary and the good they were able to accomplish Hon E B Hagar followed in a welcome address on behalf of Mayor Moore which was warmly received State President George J Butler prefaced thankingthecourteous and hospitable treatment and said that his trip to Ashland memoryRevFrancis church thanked the mem bers for tho edifying sight they had HolyJoamllyTodayfollowedof Huntington W Va on the Catholic IrishAmerican Squire P T OurLadiesRevFatherHuntingtonItsGloriesone of the most eloquent addresses FatherAltmoyerwith the history of the Green Isle past and present and at the con- clUsIon of his address was given an ovation Thomas Walsh kept the oflaughteroftwentyoight occasionedbyat his bachelor life The programme MyWildjoinIng l tvcoaipanistaThoi therJ i fullyasOrdbr v All of the idimsDS were reported fn 1Purishjng condition and thaofflcerawer c gratlfledotkr the full representation Coyingtan sided over the deliberations of the ofteellngnounced the following as tho corn mittees for the convention LottioHowardMrsFlnanceNelUeDowneY MaryJoyce Cls111eNelUeSchurto SalUeCullensoy Mrs Cross MaryMurphyKateBurkePress Nellie Nolan Lula Mur JuliaKellyJennieEaganLavinKate madeinthis expedited the business of the convention and furnished the ladles opportunity to take full advantage awaitedthemnumber of the clergy and also an official visit from representatives of the State Board who brought words of encouragement from the other body then in session The election of State officers resulted in followingPresident Ben nett Louisville Vice President Catherine How ard Ashland lIurphyCovlngton Treasurer Salllo Moran New portFurther proceedingssue being overcrowded CONVENTION NOTES A group photograph of the dele gates and also one ot the ladies was taken In front of the Hotel Ventura byConHibernian in Catlettsburg Many delegates went short on sleep as the jokesters kept the halls filled with burlesque serenades un til early morn The members of tho Ladies Aux iliary are anxious to discover the identity of the ghost who prowled about tho hotel at midnight State President W J Connelly received an ovation when his name was presented to the convention promisedtoranksD J Coleman and John Hen nessy were urged to run for State President but both declined Squire Patrick T Sullivan was prominent figure and worker in th convention i Ghosts are pretty hard hitters as one member of the auxiliary can e eyfromI ry i 5 S n- n 5 c If 0WARNS h I Ills Hearers Against Triple Alliance oi World FIeh and Devi- lFntherlnnghnuI I IJJFxIlnI1l8 Ills Attitude Tu rl- H testan I f iCalls Racial Sal ine Construc tive Treason Agaiiibl Law I ol GodI t ffIi it CRIES OUT AGAINST DIVORCE f1 Rev Father Bernard Vaughan the able and eloquent English Jesuit whoso utterances atj the Eucharistic Congress attracted Widespread at tentlon and much comment was the guest of the Montreal Catholic Sail ors Club before whom ho delivered his lecture on Religion Divorce and Suicide and also explained his attitude toward Protestantism The lecture was a masterpiece of its kind and exposed the many vague and shadowy systems of religion that are without goal Or guide I Father Vaughan eclared It isa healthy sign that tpcro should be a general recognition that the re ligious element has some Important function to perform in the evolution which society is undergoing But religion to be of practical use must be definite In its dogma and doc trines it must be able to withstand the strain which temptation and trial put upon It and it must have the power of reforming the lives of men Yes it must give a man something to come back to when he has forgotten himself jt must teach and help him not only to get right but to keep right with God I Attempts have been made by some modern writers to persuade the world that tho good influences of Christianity in times past was duo to the truths of moral philosophy which were found ito be bound up with what they pleased to call silly superstitions and childish ex travagance suitable perhaps to a Christianity lnfii Infancy but- wtiollyoutof Matpand out of place in phllbsbptauffiirowtb to maturer years and beltan nse But truth tCr tellathero la nqthlng more de lusive than the comparisons between philqsophy QiQP hboPtote the vices of human nature byTppeairngwl8thlr head and Christian +y by educating the heart Greece undertook to educate mans mind Rome to subdue his will but it was left for thb Catholic church to win and train his heart She alono has the key to his in most heart I I have been charged during my stay here by the press with attack lag Protestants Nothing has been further from my wish For a largo percentage of them I have the truest and deepest respect feeling as I do that if we Catholics had to share with them their spiritual menu we should long since have died of starvation They set us Catholics in too many instances the object lesson My socalled attack Is not directed against Protestants still less to con Presumethatweighing Protestantism In the scales of the sanctuary and In proclaiming aloud the results of my in ridiculousisto profess my religion to be the one InIstltutedI andProtestantismthedifferenceI thedogmatic kindToare overwhelmingly indebted Once more I have been accused of publicly stating that Protestants are on the beWhatrepeatnamelYsooner or later checked among non Catholics their numbers must neces thedeaththantheappreciable nonCatholica Inthefromthirtyoighttwentyfive and twentyfour per thousand it wasnotmystatementcountryWasboundtoringwarning about the disastrous conc raRltfromnotconceiveshortsightedfOlly thatofthemselves up their fists and shaking them in theface OodAlmighty qtHimIncrease wedespll Icallconstructivetreason themarriedtoshirkconsequences stateofinstitution seeminglYtheso clear and definite and resolute about the sacred and Indissoluble character of the marriage vows and about its responsibilities and duties with retard to children that it will U xf rj 1 o r- Y v i not for a moment tolerate even the thought of divorce nor for less than a moment even Investigate any arti ficial methods of checking Gods will touching the fruits of the sublime the sacred and sacramental wedded stateSurely it requires no prophet or- son ofa prophet nor even a single glance of the prophetic vision to geeorationspopulations of Catholics and non Catholics when the former repudiate altogether divorce and racial suicide practice ever racial suicide is practiced whether In France or In England or in the United States or in Canada heavilyhandicapping for population with Catholics as to make it a walkover for us while they will be out of the running With all the vehemence of my soul I shout out to all whom it may concern Quit yourselves as men be real husbands do your duty as fathers leaves yourselves in the hands ofhisthe Divine wil- lItOBER T BTJKKE Returns to Kentucky With ISupreme Office in Y M I I Robert T Burke and James T Shelley arrived home this week from YoungMenscisco and both expressed pleasure at again being on Kentucky soil The Supreme officers elected are HonnessySanI Vice PresidentsRobert T Burke SpokaneSecreary dianapolis Treasurer Michael J McCrea ScrantonDIrectorsMaurice J Scanlon Indianapolis and A L Will Frost burg Md Upon tho suggestion of James T jurisdiction ODonaghueunanimous selection for Supreme Chaplain The convention was in session six days and transacted a great deal of YoungMensterest being the ratification of the YoungMensimated debate upon the question of consolidation of jurisdictions it Was deemed best to make but one change which places Ohio and Maryland In the Pennsylvania jurisdiction The others will remain as heretofore al thoughJthero1isasantlmon r three divisions tolie known as the Western Central and Eastern Another Important change related thirtyfivefortytlveShelley who had each served two terms declined to hold office longer and therefore the Supreme Board is the youngest in the history of the Y M I the oldest member being under thirtyfive years of age The Supreme officers will select the next meeting place and the honor is already being sought by Minneap olis and Detroit The Californians entertained tho convention In a most hospitable manner and every dele gate was the recipient of numerous souvenirs CHARITIES Will Bring Many Catholics ConIferencc IThe next event to attract the at tention of tho Catholics of this coun try will be the National Conference of Catholic Charities whim opens tomorrow at Washington D C and will hold its last session on Thursday Sunday night a great public meeting will be held presided over by Cardinal Gibbons and it is expected that Cardinal Van nutolli the Papal Legate to the Eucharistic Congress will be pres ent The programme called for but two addresses by laymen one by Judge Matthew ODoherty of Louisville and tho other by United States La latItorI therefore Judge ODoherty who left yesterday for Washington will ii have the distinction of being the oonferIenceI The conference will cover the whole field of charitable work and will serve to demonstate in large measure the methods and what is being dpne by the St Vincent de char1tYIorganization Many papers have bone printed and will bo distributed to tho dele gates and discussion of them will take place the time of each one who beinglimitedpected delegates from as far West as Seattle will attend 1 I LIVED MANY YEARS The funeral of Daniel Greulich the venerable and highly esteemed father of Rev Leo Greullch former nastor of St Anthonys church who died Monday following a long Illness of stomach trouble was held Thursday morning when a solemn high bytheFather Clark as deacon and Father Jerome as subdeacon The deceased seventynineyears LouisvilleIM 0- i J f I Groullch who Is Provincial of the Franciscan Minor Conventuals Is now In Europe where he went to attend the general conference of the order The burial took place in St Michaels cemetery UflHAPPlNESS i I Pate Before Woman Who Maps Out Business Career I Mrs Agnes MurphyMulligan the only woman member of the New York Real Estate Exchange has announced her retirement from busi ness after thirty years of money making She doesnt believe that women should go Into business Their physical limitations are too great and they are almost certain she says to lose the ideals that are rupbringingwas William Jay Murphy one of the pioneers in developing tho Bronx HiSIdaughterI I was graduated when she was sixteen years old Her father died and the care of an in valid mother fell to Agnes She took up her fathers business where ho dropped it and became one of the best known real estate dealers in New York City Her husband Is William G Mulligan I Thirty years of business she said has convinced me that motherhoodgirls tho oldest seventeen years old I the youngest two months and I should consider it the greatest calamity If one of thorn went Into business I did it because I had to1 As things are today I do not think that women should be in business They have a place in tho business awayfrommain at home and be partners with their husbands The most successful business women are married women i Women defeat their own ends bybc yearsIand one thing has impressed itself on me As soon as women get forgettheirness lose their ideals A girl who maps out a business career maps out a career of unhappiness BISHOP LUDDEN Will Consecrate Cathedral at Syracuse On Sunday IrnmaculateConceptionatSSyraggse4will ooratedIoniotno ith ls4ioratej byArchbishopof New York City assisted by the Bishops of the province These are Right Rev Thomas F Hickey D D of Rochester Right Rev Charles Henry Colton D Dof Buffalo OgdenaburgBurke of Albany Right Rev James RightRovand Right Rev George A Mundeleln D D Bishop and Auxiliary Bishop of the Brooklyn diocese Right Rev RightRevSyracusediocesezealousness of Bishop Ludden that the Syracuse Cathedral has been cleared of debt and is now ready for consecration The Cathedral was built by the Rev James A OHara one of the pioneer priests of Central New York and is one of the fnest churches In tho State outside of New York City FATHER CORDY Monument to His Memory Nearly Ready For Unveiling It is expected that the monument to be erected to the memory of Father Corby on the Gettysburg battlefield will bo ready the latter part of next month and the unveil ing ceremony will bo held at that time or early In v November The memorial is now being modeled by Samuel A Murray of Philadelphia It Is of heroic size of bronze repro seating tho brave priest in the act of bestowing a blessing The figure will be mounted on the rock from which Chaplain Corby gave the gen Cathol1cIsoldiers of the Union army on July S HIS The statue will cost about 5000 and more than 4000 has Already been subscribed An effort s being- i made to complete the fund at once The design has been approved by the War departemnt It will contain the following inscription To the memory of Rev William Corby ElghtYclghthReJ1ment ond Brigade First Division Second Corps Irish Brigade July 2 1863 NOTES FROM NEW ALBANY Rev Joseph Byrne who was called to New Albany by the death of his aunt Mrs Martha Parad whose funeral took place from Holy Trinity church returned Wednesday to In dianapolisMrs streetiscalled by the critical illness of Her HardyMrs who has been very ill at her home on But Elm street is now convalescent to the great relief of nor relatives and friends iyI I o i E BUffALO Iteatd y For the Reception of the IIrish Envoys Next Week largest Convention the United Irish League Has Ever Hold John Redmond and Colleagues Expected to Arrive Today WILL DE WARMLY WELCOMED IJohn E Redmond leader of tho I Irish Nationalists Joseph Devlin M P Secretary of the United Irish a League T P OConnwr and Daniel Boyle M P for North Mayo ar rived at Queenstown Saturday even- Ing on the steamer Lusitania They comprise the special mission of the Irish party to the United States and they wore given an ovation on the eve of their departure by large crowds that had gathered there to greet them- I Mr Redmond in a brief speech said ho was going to tell the Americans that the cause of Irish freedom Instead of being subjected to the hostility of tho people of Great Britain was tied up Inseparably with the wellbeing and freedom of the democracy of Great Britain The struggle today he added was between the whole mass of democratic forces In England Scotland Wales and Ireland combined against tho last relic of feudalism Tho mo ment tho power of the House of Lords disappeared the road to home rule he declared was absolutely clear Irishmen foresaw plainly early victory for the cause Tho Irish envoys come to attend the convention of the United Irish League of America which will be In session at Buffalo next week and for the entertainment of which ev ery preparation has been made The convention will be a notable one and Its action will have a far reaching effect on the Irish cause His Honor Mayor Fuhrmann will open the convention and will extend to the sons of Ireland the freedom ofothe city Mayor Fuhrmann is one of the best Mayors that Buffalo has ever had he has made wonderful progress and has gained wonderfully in the estimation of the people since be took office He is an ardent ad- Yocat homeuleforIroland and for honetnest + govarumontr IT 0 Every large city in the country la arranging fo ra meeting to be ad dressed by one of the delegates at least The principal meeting at Carnegie Hall New York City on October 2 will bo addressed by all of the delegates Former Chief Justice Hon Morgan J OBrien will preside and every Irish society in Now York will participate- At a meeting held at the Hoffman House the following delegates wero appointed to represent New York at the convention John Purroy Mlt chef Col Louis D Conley Michael F Corbloy Patrick Ford John D Crimmins Robert OFlaherty Pat rick Gallagher Matthew P Breen Dr Joseph Brennan Dr John C Coyle W Bourke Cockran P A Moynahan Gen James R OBelrne Patrick Egan and Edward OMeag her Condon JUAGKIN COUNCIL Programme For Its AnniRversary Celebration i Mackin Council Y M L will celebrate tomorrow the seventeenth G anniversary of its organization and the programme announced is one that must commend itself to its friends and the public This organ ization is one that Catholic fathers anamothers are proud of for It has safeguarded their sons did much tor the cause of charity been public spirited and deserving of the success achievedThe will begin by tho members attending a solemn high mass at St Cecilias church at 7 oclock in the morning and receiving the blessed sacrament in a body Assembling at the club house at 130 in the afternoon the council headed by a band of music will march to St Anthonys church where the Rev Father Seraphin Schlange 0 M C will officiate at the solemn vespers and preach the anniversary sermon Following the vespers there will be a reunion and reception at the club house to which Trinity and Unity Councils have been Invited when Mackin will servo refresh ments In abundance At intervals there will be short addresses by prominent clergymen and members of the Y M I All members are re quested to wear their badges and be present at both the morning and afternoon services The committee that has made the arrangements is composed of Presi dent John T Kennoy and Messrs George J Lautz Samuel L Robertson William Kerberg Thomas Bachman and Charles S Raidy rHOME PROM WEST oXrJ L Sullivan and daughters 0 of Rockport Ind have returned from a trip to the far West all pleased with the scenery of Colorado and adjacent State but glad W 1 again be among their frleai la Indiana u P oJ r I 7j = 1krT TTZWY wr KENXUOKY IiEZISI3 iMPiRI0A1 T KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNriev- otod to tke Social and Mari dva celte est af Irish JerJcHunclCatlleUc 8 Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Menf Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated PuhlUhef e SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY b Entered t the LoalirltU PoitoHIc M SecondCUn flatter U4rell all CommuslcaMoal to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Welt Qreei St tl JISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1910 FATHER JJAMBERT t Friends of the Very Rev Father Lambert D D the famous Catholic educator and veteran editor of theI Now York Freemans Journal an they are everywhere throughout thoI country are praying for his recovery from the Illness that hasI threatened his life for the pastII month Father Lambert was t while spending his vacation In New Jersey with Father Qulnlan hi I former altar boy Physicians attribute his condition to hardening of the arteries on account of oldl r bageI surprised If death came at an moment With the rest of theI Catholic Press we trust that Godl may restore his health to the extent that lie may spend still more years of service in championing the causeI of his Divine Master whom he ba so faithfully served In the holy priesthood for over fifty years SEPTEMBER IN KENTUCKY Tho Chicago Tribune must have had Kentucky In mind when It said that In these September days It 1 good to turn from politics and money getting flats and trolley cars buy 1 ing and selling worrying about bllli and quarreling to consider the great silent miracle that earth lis spreading before the eyes of those who will see Once more she turn the magic ball of tho seasons andI summers blazing harmonies give place to tho deeper and richer paint ing of autumn Over tho sky iie drawn a subtle veil as if that magic element which blesses Italy had1 spread across the Atlantic to soften our garish American light In the meadows masses of boltonla wave 1In the wind The golden rod is turningI to a bronze more beautiful t earlier gold but the sunflowers clin 1 to the gay yellow of their prime The first birds of the migration llaveI comeThere is no land under the sun where autumn should be prized as it should bo with us because there i is no land where its serene and suggestive beauty is more needed to refresh the spirit The high keyed life of America the hurry and striv ing belong perhaps to a race like ours But all the more do we vies 1 I some moments of that rich thought fulness which earth in autumn Inspires It in the civilization we are making there must begin th main or for centuries to come that which belongs to the hard brightnessI of our atmosphere and Jtho clear cut outlines of our landscape all the more do we need to dwell sometmes sI on beauty that turns the spirit inward that beckons the soul DEBS GONE CRAZY That Eugene V Debs years ago held In respect by the American workingmen has gone crazy on Socialism can no longer be doubted The Kentucky Irish American has always warned its readers andl breadwinners against the SocialistsI and their antiAmerican and falseI doctrines Every man who loves thisI country and its free InstitutionsI should ponder over the utterances I IIII made by the Socialist leader which certainly provo all our former c contentionsLast Debs opened the falll campaign of the Socialist party iin Chicago in a speech that shows him in his true colors He launched Into philippics against the United Statesl Supreme Court tho National Constitution labor unions Federal Judges and finally individuals In the latter class ho named Theodore Roosevelt John Mitchell Samuel rompers George B Cortelyou Judge Peter S Grosscup and August Belmont I LiniteStatesd document It was prepared toy the tlnctlidl 1 down Alexander Hamilton an r aristocrat wielded tho chief Thle Supreme Court of the United States always has been a capitalist organization It is made up of nfa corporation lawyers and its master li the trusts who control the Government in every department Tho TesttectslarI fi1te is toI IndustrialorganlzaX nOtJUt a collection of labor unions The dy of the labor union is passed It wag a good thing once but now li the tool of the capitalist and the eftpHjaTfei politician I Kett who preach each tuffareeneaetei of their country and ton c o accomplish their unworthy ends would not even stop at treason The Socialist Is the worst foe tni0 American workingman has to contend with Recognizing neither Got dameans ruin and distress whorpve given a foothold I IDIBGRAOEFUII The First Regiment KentuckyI disgracersul showing whllo attending the mill tary encampment at Fort Benjamti Harrison in Indiana Never was a regiment more severely censured ror tyIts inefficiency and bad First is now a blot on Louisville and Kentucky and should be mustered lout of service without further Bela PhD Kentucky soldiers have bee prs tanewas their language that Chaplain Ewell Cralk of the First Regiment took Profanity for his sermon at tho Sunday services The people of Louisville are cer talnly getting a poor return for t money invested in the ArmorY ands the maintenance of the bunch now occupying it As now conducted the Armory and regiment are a detrlJ ment to the young men of the city Hon John E Redmond Chalrma of the Nationalist party T P OConnor Joseph Devlin and Daniel Boyle members of Parliament and envoys from Ireland to the United Irish League of America that moot- fa Buffalo next week are expected to arrive at New York today They will1 receive a hearty welcome from all1 except the disgruntled editor of iii Gaelic American and his erns coterie of followers I IThe recent elections have so thegy see chance for gaining thirteen seat which would place them in control of the next United States Senate e They are confident of electing ia majority of tho House of Representa tlves- i MOURN HER DEATH Announcement of the death of Miss Katherine OSullivan only daughter of M OSullivan editor of the Shelby Sentinel cast a pall of gloom over Shelbyvlllo last Satur day Miss OSullivan fell a victim to typhoid fever after an illness of two months She was nineteen acreem plishments and happy disposition made her a favorite with all who met her Miss OSullivan graduated from the Sacred Heart Academy this city in 1909 and since had been assisting her father in the local department of his newspaper and gave great promise of attaining high rank- In tho field of journalism Beside- her parents she is survived by two brothers Daniel and James OSullii van and an uncle Dan McGann the well known ball player The funeralI took place Monday morning from the Church of the Annunciation which was thronged with mourning relatives and friends of tho bereaved family Rev John H Rlley was the celebrant of the mass of requiem and in his sermon paid high tribute to the dead girl whose life was onei that all should emulate To thot bereaved parents we tender ou riheartfelt sympathy IIJEFFERSONVIJJLE A very pretty wedding took place in St Augustines church at 630 oclock Tuesday morning when Miss Anna Kehoo and George Klmmlck were united in the holy bonds o wedlock Rev Father celebrated the nuptial mass and read the in themarriage ceremony pros ence of a large number of relatives and friends of the worthy couple who are well known and prominent in Catholic social circles The at tendants were Archie Kohoo and Miss Maggie Kehoe cousins of th breakIIgroom the East on an extended bridal trip and upon their return they will reside fin Jeffersonvljle Their hosts O friends wish them a long and happy married lIroIII PapaLegate1 spent last Friday In Ottawa the guest of Premier Lauder From Ottawa the Cardinal proceeded to Winnipeg and thence to St Paul to prelandoItinerary willi Washington I whence ho will sail for Naples IMISSION BY JESUITS Tho Rev Father Ackermann DI 0 L has arranged fors weeks mission at St Philip Neris church beginning on Sunday October 2 Itt will be conducted by two of the ablest and most ltedmlsslonarl of the Jesuit order Father Patrick OLeary and Father Albert Dierckes The hours for the services will bas e usual for mission and they willI o9t0 n i ti dI SoCIiYlIIii8G8 i di Miss Florence Filcher loft Monday I to resume her studies at St Marys College cMissI Ida V Kellner will be home Monday from a ton days stay at Dawson Springs s I IMissI Eva Beck has gone to Naz areth Academy to attend school for I the coming year I IMiss Elizabeth Coyle has been I I at Lebanon Junction the guest of Mrs Nannio Thompson I IMlss Eva Deck who graduated from Presentation Academy has gone to Nazareth to study for a year Mrs Sarah Mullaney spent a most delightful week visiting her niece Mrs Ellen Harris at Crest wood Mrs J A Murphy has been spend ing the week at Springfield Ill I RIHeitzMiss Margaret R Finegan has gone to Washington D C to spend IIrolDrennanMr and Mrs James Buttlmer Newcastle have returned home hav oconnellIrMr and Mrs Edward Eaton have returned from their bridal tour and 9221yMrs T J Mackin who has been the guest of relatives and friends for a week has returned to her home at Lebanon Miss Adelaide Crush left last week for St Marys of the Woods in herhestudies wInterIMrs William Wright and Miss Susie Brady have returned to Frankfort after spending a week with friends in PortlandII I Misses Alice Culllvan and Hettie Connell and Mrs John Beoler of New Albany have returned from a trip to Mammoth Cave Miss Margaret Murphy of Port land has been spending a week vis slUng friends at Huntlngburg Ind and attending the I fairII Mrs Mary Murphy of Mcadow brook arrived home the first of thee I week after an enjoyable visit to her 11daUghter Mrs J C Hale at Howell I IndII I I James B Kelly and wife and little sons James and William who have been spending the past month in Colorado will arrive home about October 1 I Mrs J R Gleason who was hero to visit Mr and Mrs G H Kustes t at Highland Park and attend the fair has returned to her home I West Point atII I Vitas Beezle Hannon has returnedl home from her European trip MissI Hannone niece Miss Alone Hannon I joined her in New York and accom panted her home I Mr and Mrs Edward Doyle ott South Louisville have been enter taming their nephew Joseph Mc Cullough of Lexington who came for the State FairII Miss Mary A McGinn Is in theI East on a visit to the larger cities and before her return will spend a week with her niece Miss Anna Clary at Marlon Ohio M J Walsh the contracting- s painter and sister Miss Mary are visiting In Cincinnati and attending the Ohio Valley Exposition Misses Lillian Ryan and AnnetteI Cooney were this week the guests of Miss Sadie Foreman West Third and Main streets New Albany I Mrs Peter Herberger and Mrs Andy Denzlnger have been spending the past week visiting friends In Cincinnati and attending the Ohio Valley Exposition I iI Mrs F T Hoffernaii of 1268 South Preston and sister Miss Lorlno Wachtel returned Tuesday from a two weeks trip to Chicago and the Northern lake resorts 1 jDave F Haag telegrapher ot tho United States warship Tennessee- f was entertained at supper Thursday 1evening by Miss Annastatla Walsh at her home on Oldham street I IMrsI E F Receuver announces the approaching marriage of her daughter Miss Ethel Receuver and Hugh Bryant a popular railroad con ductor Tho wedding will take place 3In October I IMrs I John D Beck and Mrs George H Ratterman have returned from Terre Haute where they act companied John Harvey Beck Al bert Clegg and Raymond Ratterman to the Rose Polytechnic Institute IAmong the many from Frankfort here Saturday and at tended the State Fair were Mrs J L Sullivan and daughter Mrs P McDonald and daughter George L Hannen Con McCarthy and Jerry Blxler Aievent of much Interest in Catholic society circles will be solemnized withlachurch No invitations have been Issued Mrs Robert W Brown the esI t editortunder treatment at8t Josephs In reoaveredsto be able to return to her homeJ116 East Gray street J Mr an4 Mrs D J Heffeman off Weft Chestnut street were given aJJ urprlM party on Tuesday evening i the ocaslon being their wedding an niversary Mr Heffernans fellow Deputy Sheriffs presented him with a handsome Morris chair 1 ONCE CONVENT GIRL fl Now Foremost Actress On the English Speaking Stage IMargaret Anglin who will appear at Macauleys next week in the Awakening of Helen Richie Is acknowledged by critics to be the foremost emotional actress on the Englishspeaking stage Miss Anglin was born in Ottawa Canada In the MISS MARGARET ANGLIN Parliament buildings where her par ents resided her father being Speaker of the House of Commons I Her early education was obtained In the Convent of the Ladies of the Sacred Heart in Ottawa and in Lor ptta Abbey Toronto It was In tho Jatter school that Miss Anglin as a child first appeared before audience She recited a poem calls The Exile of Erin by Campbell The last three years of her school life were passed In a French convent In Montreal It was at this school that Miss Anglin studied her firs part graduating from the convent IAfter was imbued with th spirit and armed with 1 ters of introduction she came Now York for the purpose of study Ing for the stage and In a littlej enteringIthe leading womans part in EmpireIwith James ONeill and with Sothern respectivelyIcareer h been a series of phenomenal suc ceases like unto that of Mary Anderson Her fame now extends theaId houses every night of the perform ance REMEMBERED Nearly a hundred members af MackIn Council assembled at the club house Saturday night to say farewell to William F Burke one of its most faithful members who has left the city to enter the Dominican order As a token of esteem he was the recipient of a meerIg Ato KenneyThea MrIB t talks worn made and all wished him unbounded success In his holy voca Won GONE TO HER REWARD The remains of Mrs Mary Omara who died Tuesday at Monon Ind were brought to this city and her funeral took place yesterday from Holy Cross church Rev Fathe- Sheridan officiating at tho solem- obsequies Mru Omara was the widow of Martin Omam and the aunt of Squire Patrick T Sullivan KingDavidThomasGarvey AnnMeliayears Mrs Omara resided In Har herdeaththStateHAPPY DADDV Toe Gathof the popular pressman Americanhas erring to devote his time to the en visrtothatphonehasI gratulations INVITATION ACCEPTED President Denechaud ot the Louis iana Federation ot Catholic Societies I has announced that invitations to address the American Federation of Catholic Societies which will be In session in New Orleans from November 13 to 16 have been accepted by Congressman James M Graham of Illinois Jo seph E Ransdell of Louisiana and F P Kenkel of St Louie Leading Catholic laymen and clergymen et the country lack ding the Apostolic Delegate and Cardiaal Gibbon will attend the convention a- G j 1 Iti n u Kl WALKOVER SHOESAre You Particular The makers of WALKOVER Shoes get out more new patterns each season than any other manufacturers Not many radical or freak departures but most of the new ones are made different enough to give the WALKOVER Shoe that indefinable mark of exclu siveness that commends it to 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free letcures to nonCatholics by the well known Ptiullst Roy Bernard Conway I Ground has been broken for the new building the Knights will ere- on Golden Gate avenue San Fran Cisco It will cost 150000 and wiIii bo fireproof When completed If will bo the equal of any societ building on the coast When Rev William ORyan cele brates the twentyfifth anniversary of his ordination the Knights of Denver and the Queens Daughters will give a reception In his honor Ireiiltwenty years overI UNKNOWN CAUSES tICritics Cannot Agree Ore t Reason of Colonels etMisfortunes playIndlanapollsand tomorrow the Sunday game be- Ing the windup of the American As sedation season and the close of the most unfortunate season the t local club has had since its advents in the league eight years ago The Louisville team has had a run of hard luck many accidents bad weather poor management and noi two critics In the city can agree on which trouble was the greatest fac tor In the local teams misfortunes rectalfeaturecan be attributed to a combination of misfortunes President and conrtdence 1 belleveI thtowns I Isoneshould take into consideration fo next season the managerial end asdi If not too late he might accept the thlipsdI is secure hustling Jimmy Burks pilot the Colonels GOLDEN JUBILEE Tho golden Jubilee of St Ann parish In Covlngton was celebrated with great splendor last Sunday and reflects much astore committee who Programmecelerbated by tho Rev Father Igna TamesCusackRyannaGoreywas asnGenMichaeln and at the parish social reunion held Monday night addresses were made ThejubileewUlnotRESTS IN PEACE whoseunexpected summerhomekitJulywidecirclearrived was terred in the family lot in St Louis andotherwasrclubmanIpoor and rated as one of our wealth Louisvillesuftered RETURNS FROM EUROPE Judge Jero J Sullivan of Rich mond who has been spending the herotodaywas an extended one and included all points except the North Pole WELCOME VISITOR wellknownKentuckyLithographic visitor to friends herealldthe I t 300 FOURTH AVE Opp Paul Jones Bldg IIIIl The Brilliant and Distinguished Actress I MARGARETI NGLIii i IInthe Great Success of Her Career THE AWAKENING OF HELENA RICHIE I IAdapted by Charlotte Thompson from Margaret Dtlandt Novel LOUIS NETHERSOLE Manager MatineeISOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meet at Fnls City Han on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh etVice President William Murphy PILawler DolanYavenue TreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller Sentinel David Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice PresidentRaymond Barrett Recording SecretaryWilliam T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJno J Keaney 1607 Dumesnil street TreasurerJoseph Lynch SergeantatrArms David M Mur phySentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThomas J Uerens Financial SecretaryJohn Q Hes sion 1710 Dalr- 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Call and seeus Give year bays aa edttcatlea that will pre pare tlKst fer Hf- eST XAVIERS COLLEGE BndwayLonIev111eKyyICo dttcted by Xafttku Brother li PrepR5tansei I 0 f NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB I AUTUMN Nineteen Days Racing Beginning Saturday October 1 With St Leger Handicap and Ending Saturday October 22 SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 2 OCLOCK I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr the Past WeekOsneral- News Notes Tho next New York State convention will be hold at Watertown- St Paul sent thirty women and forty men to tho Minnesota StateI conventionIndianapolis has nine divisions of tho Ladles Auxiliary besides a prom- Ising juvenile division The auxiliaries of Indianapolis now hold quarterly Joint initiations with most gratifying results The eight divisions of IndianapolisI held their county convention Thurs day and elected officers for the next two YearsInew roommate next convention as ho doesnt enjoy sleeping in hotel lobby chairs I Tho Minnesota State convention opened Wednesday at Faribault and was the largest yet held The sessions lasted three days John J Winn who was a delegate to the Hibernian convention at Ash land stopped over at Lexington for a few days stay with friends Tim Hibernians of Daviess county will have a mammoth float in the parade during tho home coming cele bration next week at Washington tad Members and their families to tho number of 400 will sit down to the banquet that will follow tho comin MontIgomeryI Tho Hibernian baseball club won the pennant in the St Paul Retail League The same team won the J I championship in the Hibernian League last year John T Keaney the genial Secre I tary of Division 2 following tho convention at Ashland left to spena a couple of weeks in a trip to Now I York and Chicago Thero were eightyfour delegates conven1I1 I ed State President New Jersey Hibernians will erect a monument at Bordentown in honor of Commodore Jack Barry The tablet will be erected opposite the place on the Delaware where in 1777 he fought and captured an English schooner II Mrs Laney of Buffalo who for ten years has been tho honored State President of tho Ladles Aux iliary was presented with a beautiful fourleaf clover enameled pin with pearls and diamonds upon re i tiring from office i Now Hampshire has a member I of 2400 whichship the new State IRightII ChaplainforI Memphis Hibernians celebrated ThursIdI I meetingTho ortlonlbYI I musical selections Tho division there is increasing steadily- I I Tho only man to find fault with the work of the New York State convention Is the editor of the Gaelic American For years his liver thereforehIsStephenJdent for another term 1 i LIFES WORK ENDED The Rev William S Hennessy one of tho best known priests In Chicago was called to his eternal reward last Saturday and his death is dioceseFather perary Ireland and was educated at ColIlegecountry in 1890 ho was appointed assistant pastor of the St Columb kills church of Chicago where he served eight years He established a 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church After the ceremony tho couple will take a honeymoon trip and upon their return will be at home at 2503 I Griffith avenue CREAMED CELERY Use all pieces of celery which do not look inviting for the table wash rUIftrookingh tfeeefi and boil in salted water one hour tAllow water to cook away MM sari then to it tidnallk la mover the celery and thicken wit butter and flour rubbed together r rac ir c MEETING IRELAND Record of the float Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges dine are dlingTho death is widely regretted alt Strabane of James Donnell who was well known In commercial circles The Dingle Irish College has been registered by the National Board as a training college for the teaching of IrishJames ONeill Balllnan KIll owes County Down retired masts- mariner left personal estate at more than 38000 The Rev John Breen of Dromln Limerick has been appointed parish priest of Templeeglantlne in placo of the late Dov Daniel Daly Most Rev Bishop McKenna was presented with an address of wel come from tho Urban Council upon the occasion of his first official visit to CastleblaneyAt of the Dingle Distract Council it transpired that Rob art Fitzgerald has offered a free site for the free library for which Mr Carnegie has given 10000 The sudden death took placo at his residence at Stewartstown df Michael McGowan master shoe maker who was one of the oldest and most prominent men in the townThe FennellyArchbishop 25 toward the expenses of the Gaelic teams from TIpperarY and Cork which visited the Brussels ExposItionThe five outgoing members Messrs James McCourt J M John andII great applause Tho people of Dom have decided to present Patrick Kearney who has been for the past fortyfive years principal national teacher in that parish with a suitable testimonial on his retirement on pension Tho eviction took place at Clare morris of James Heneghan who carjj ried on licensed and general provis ion business In tho Square A vigor defense was offered by a num er of men who were in the house which was barricaded ITho recent awards of the London andIMissesICissie and Annie McArdle daughters of Bernard McArdle of Drumcon rath who are pupils of the Convent tho Holy Cross at Kilcullen James McGarry of tho Irish House Claremorris Chairman ofjtho Mayo County Council was at the 1 Swinford Petty Sessions sworn in a Justice of the Peace for the county by Col W H Johnson P J Malone I of Balllna has also been appointed a Justice of the Peace for Mayo A wanton and malicious outrage was recently committed in the Old Chapel burying ground at Nowry The crosses which surmounted no less than fourteen of the headstones were broken oft and a number ofIimmortelle wreaths were The matter is at present in the hands of the police but there is asIyet no clue to the perpetrator or perpetrators of so dastardly an actI The death took place in Carrick macross Workhouse Hospital recently of an old lady named Bridget McGee at tho venerable age of 102 years She was the last of an old Irish family who were remarkable for their longevity She was a na tive of the district and was hale and hearty up to a few days before her death She attended mass every Sunday and could read and sow without the aid of glasses The old ladys memory was very clear and often she would tell of the many stormy incidents of Daniel OCon nells time The meeting at Tara was her chief delight In recounting for she saw and experienced the great excitement that prevailed on the day of that enormous gathering BUSY LIFE ENDS T 0 Caummlflar flftyttvo years old and long one of Louisvilles most widely known and highly respected business men was called to his eternal reward last Sunday evening after an illness of long duration Last June Mr Caummlsar underwent an operation but without relief and gradually sank to the end for which he was fully prepared He baa spent nearly all his life in Louis ville and resided at 244 East Chestnut street Surviving him are his wife and nine childrenFrank T J H Leonard 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ing of our superior service in treating one customer the same r as another and Is a point to he well considered when pur chasing a Pnano We invite Inspections andcomparlson MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO y Incorporated C Bsa13Oii0 FOURTH AVENUEnr c sNNlNNlNNNlN110lNNlNNlNNlINNNST I ST MARY MARION CO Commercial Course with Business College KYII High School Course preparation for Law macy Dental and Engineering Schools r s uniIverSltJesI a1NONNNNNN NNNloslOt NlNNlNlNNNN 4 PN A H 3 J Try My New Blend Coffee i I THE NEW PRICE OF I IAT1 2 Lbs For 55c j J thats meant thoroughly perfection up to the Mulloy i S Mulloys Coffees and Teas are always fresh and j pure JOHN M MULLOY J j Horn Pbon 1333 W MAJEZJCKT OTRI5BT J S i i N M ctN N NSNr f ox x N a iSI L 4 FRESH EVERY SUNRISE =N f 1 A- Ai xxss t X TIPTOP UX c A t 1 BREAD S ss T 6 f rr s SAVE rHE LABErSvo + x s1S oooX L 0 1 Hoo +s J 111 2Nn GEHER SON 21S WEST MARKET STREET filth TUB CStEBRATBD NORTH STIR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered deslr eyed desirable in a Gas Range EQUALItnubile DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Htrse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Hers Called Far ad Delivered OfPtCB AND POftMg 7I37IS HYBNTM STRCgl r r 3tt o u 0Go ca r i f I tr FRANCHISE TALKS The Franchise Ordinances At the present time the gas and electric companies of Louisville are engaged in a competitive war which threatens the investment which has bleen made in these companies by hundreds of Louisville people of both sexes and all classes In addition this existing situation makes it impossible for the companies to raise funds fornecessary I plant improvements and extensions of service to the outlying districts whichl at present are without gas or electricity There is only one way in which this condition can be remedied and that is by merging several concerns into one company that iis financially able to givi ttie ENTIRE city the BEST services obtainable at EQUITABLE RATES Public service commissions and all other authorities agree that while competition in certain industries may be beneficial it does not protect the interests of the consumer in the public utility field Competition in gas or electricity is never permanent for sooner or later the weaker competitors are forced to retire from the field In order to safeguard the investment in the local companies and to assure the proper development of Louisvilles gas and electric industries the several companies seek to effect a merger This can bo accomplished only by means of the franchise ordinances now before the General Council The ordinances are fair in every particular and provide for i LOWER RATES FOR BOTH GAS AND ELECTRICITY than arc provided by the franchises which they would supercede In order to keep the entire franchise matter out of politics we are telling our story direct to the people of Louisville through the advertising columns of the local newspapers I f The Gas and Electric Companies of Louisville III GOING SOME I Catholic Knights Steadily y Increasing Their Number The Catholic Knights of Louisville are evidently awakening and from all quarters encouraging reports arc being received Branch 642 which has geon meeting at Campbell and Broadway will hereafter have its headquarters at St Michaels school hall on Brook street a more central point for the members A rousing meeting of Branch 2 6 was held Monday night in St Jo school hall at Clay and Walnut and there was much enthusiasm when Secretary E J Mann Issued certificates to five new members President Meehan and the officers of this branch are determined to overtako it possible old Branch 6 at St Martins The announcement of the vacancy In the office of Treasurer caused by the sad death of Charles J Desse was received with feelings of deep est regret After the adoption of ofumnd Vice President and F R DeLeull was the unanimous choice for Treas urer At the next meeting a number of Important reports are looked tor and a nice sum will iho added to the tr The work of arranging for the visits of ithe Supreme and local deputies to the various branches Is almost completed and the aates will soon be announced I SCHMIDT NADORFF Many relatives and friends will throng St Anthonys church at9 oclock next Tuesday morning to witness the marriage of Miss Emma Frances Genevievo Schmidt and Charles J Nadorft which will be solemnized with a nuptial high mass celebrated by the Rev Father Seraphln assisted by the Rev Father Hlllebrand of Evansvllle and Rev Father Murphy The brideelect is the accomplished daughter of Mrs Anna Schmidt and has been a popular favorite among her wide circle of friends She will be hand somely attired and will wear the conventional wreath and veil Charles Nadorff has been engaged in business on Second street for a num ber of years and is well known and highly regarded The ushers wl1lI be Jacob Nadorff Matthew Goetz Edward Nadorff and George Schmidt Following the ceremony there will be a wedding breakfast and recep tion at the home of the brides mother 2309 West Market street The couple will spend their honey moon in the East visiting Niagara malls Syracuse and other points ro turning October 16 when they will be at home to their friends at 212u West Market street I FALL RACES The fall meeting of She Louisville Jockey Club which will continue for nineteen days opens next Saturday This promises to be the best meeting i ever held in Kentucky as the entries are larger than ever before and In elude all the stars of the American turf Manager Wlnn and Secretary Davis are enthused over the prop tI r I e I D I pects and with Judge Charles Price in the stand a season of sport is assured that will bring thousands to this city f There will be six races every day If I DEATHSIMrs RosarintfKnable who died last Friday at the residence of her daughter Mrs Frank Bartllner near New Albany was ninetyeight years of ago and the oldest resident of Floyd county Her maiden name was Duffy and ahe leaves a of relatives in Louisville among them Assistant Tax Receiver John Ouffy The funeral took place from St Marys of the Knobs John P the Infant son of Join and Margaret Moran 1721 Dank 1luJtSundaygloom a home made bright and happy by his cpmlng The little fop low was the Pride of his parent- who have the sympathy of the com munity where they reside The funeral took place Tuesday morn ling and tho body now rosh In St Louis cemetery The neralot Miss Johanna Schade daughter of Clemens Scbade 429 Preston street took place fro St Boniface church and was attend ed by the Young Ladies Sodality and other societies of which she was a highly esteemed member Miss Schade was stricken while visiting relatives In St Louis but returned home and died last Saturday morn Ing Besides her father and mother she leaves one brother throngeTuesdaySheridan held the funeral services MaryWellington diseaseThomanyvirtues anherwhoknewvived by her mother four brothersI and three sisters They are Thomas fothey r I Wellington Mrs Vltua Miller Mrs AgnesWellington i BISHOP AT STTTHTON PrO Right Rev Denis ODonaghue was at Stithton last Tuesday and Admin I confirmation I I theBishops iicc was greeted by the priests of theII adjacent territory and a Urge con prepared I I RevFather J doIngexcellentcountyJj BELLEVUE j IJ I J l YMeighteenth anniversary In a manner tDornIngcommunioninsung in honor of the occasion Dur ing the evnlng there was a reception and reunion at the new home of the congratulatedthereal and pledged1 their hearty sup a pert 1 ijt c ha a PfiOGRESh Being Made In Erection of St Georges Church Splendid progress IB being made In the erection of the new St George church on eighteenth street which will long stand a monument- r to the zeal and enterprise of the pastor the Rev George A Weiss Every evening numbers of the par Ishloners gather to Inspect and ad mire the structure in which they are so Interested and it is gratifying to hear their expressions of satisfaction The work of installing the steam heating apparatus is being oonduct ed by J L Brownfleld S Co and will be finished about October 1 This is all being done in the latest andsContractor Brownfield declares that when the edifice is completed It will be ono of the most comfortable churches in this diocese Father Weiss took the parish with scarcely a handful of people but through his untiring efforts a nice and increas Ing congregation has been built up formward to the date of the dedication of their new house of worship which will be made a memorable event In the Catholic history of Louisville MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS At the regular meeting of Branch 25 Catholic Knights of America held Monday night the following resolutions reported by Messrs E J Mann Thomas F Hill and F R OoLeuil were read and adopted Whereas It was the holy will or Almighty God In his divine prey idence to take from our midst our brother and true friend Charles J Dense and- Whereas The branch has lost one of Its uncut beloved and worthy members whose place in the branch and society generally will be long remembered and IWhereas The State has lost a good his wile a loving and devoted husband and the children a kind loving father whose example both in church and home life was a pattern to follow In his way there tore bo It Resolved That Branch 25 C K of A extend to the family our heartfelt sympathy and condolence In this bereavement and pray GodI will give them strength to be reconciled to his holy will who does all things for the best and be It further Resolved That Branch 25 C K of A have its charter draped for a period of thirty days out of respect for our late brother and that a copy thejloan and also entered upon our minutes HOPKINS The Hopkins Theater has an picturebillvariety of singing and dancing turns comic eketcbea and other features the audiences will get their moneys worth With each week there has been a marked Increase In attend once and eaathuatesm which insures bright season for this popular peoples play heuse i I Ly- r f slNNl lNANN1t NNla H For Your Furniturei Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Stree- tNNNlNNlNONNNNONNNlNN SCHOOL FOOTWEAR FOR BOYS AND GIRLS i 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 you Mens and Womens Footwear in Great Variety VOLZ MICHAEL336 WEST MARKET STREET tiClr m If Safety and Freedom From Worry Jl1 rather than speculation and anxiety are what you want in an investment jtt lll for your idle money then theres nothing available that would he better Ifu for you than the nonfluctuating nonspeculative MORTGAGE BONDS Uu ll tITiTLE I to which and the priority of lien being guaranteed by the KEN U TITLE CO bearing Interest at 5 per cent payable semiannu offered now at par with accrued interest yielding the investor 5 liltlilttitle I It cent net Ky for sale by th- eTitle Savings I m t tand Trust Co BankIIII Fifth and Court Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays UU == = u E HALFOFYOURTROUBLEGONE When You Use DIAflOND WALL PLASTER in Ynur BuildingM- ANUPACTURBDny KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated PlantLoulvlllei8 JlRiII BE SURE TO CALL FORI McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna DistillerJ Fairfield Hy For the FILTERED WATER I ILOUISVILLE SOAP COS I sow I I IlUADE XI r XOUXC3VZXXwI M WOLTRINOPros FPu Bannon Sewer Pipe Co t i Salt PipeBannon a for Steam Coadalts IrickFireGrate and Boiler Tile Ground lire Cfay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BrlcHY OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBtBPHONB 67- 3WORKSI3thd Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pUs and soft TSLBPHONB 2833 Ll oi 0z i I I II i It It t E1FIWB WIUL OHi9Pt4f- lflAL G KOT3V845 West Green Street rJ Ion L j 00aAU1 otl A